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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a v f 1 tr t J KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICANi f i I VOLUME XXVI NO 6 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY FEBRUARY 11 1911 PRICE FIVE CENTS ELABORATE H Ceremonies Planned For Com t f lug Consecration ot New- Ii Prolate Many DIgnltares Will Attend Elevation ol Bishop Schrembs Louisville Relatives Will Visit Grand Kaplds On Occasion HAS HAD A NOTED CAREER The Right Rev Monslgnor Joseph B Schrembs who has been named Auxiliary Bishop of Grand Rapids ifich will be consecratedanWednesday February 22 He will be an able assistant to Bishop Richter of Grand Rapids who Is in ill health Monsignor Schrombs spent several years in Louisville InI his yduth as a teacher at St Martins school Shelby and Broadway Mrs Joseph Sayer wife of the popular tailor at 211 South Fifth street is the only sister of the Bishopelect Monsignor Schrombs was born in Ratisbon Bavaria March 12 I860 When he was eleven years old he camo to the United States and began his studies at the archabbey of St Vincent neat PItt burg where his elder brother had entered tho Bene dictine order several years before After completing his college course he removed to Louisville and taught school for two years In 1884 he was adopted as a student of the Grand Rapids diocese by Bishop Richter who had Just been conse crated as first Bishop of the diocese Young Schrombs entered La Grande Seminary at Montreal and for five rears pursued the study of theology and philosophy Ho was ordained priest on June 29 1889 and at once began his work in tho diocese of Grand Rapids After serving on rural missions for several years he was brought to Grand Rapids in 1900 as pastor of St Marys Three Years later he was made Vicar Gen eral of his diocese and in 190C was raised to thq dignity of Mon signor For eleven years at least e1JIa beoWb Btaho l rllg1tt hand and AJjfsf elevaton ttriho oploco pacy was not unexpected As Auxiliary Bishop his duties will consist mainly in visiting all hurches and religious institutions of the diocese of Grand Rapids which contains 2200 square miles of territory In that diocese there ire ninetyfour parish churches twentyfive mission churches seven tythree parochial schools three academies and three high schools The Catholic population is approxi mately 130000 The consecration to be held on February 22 will take to Grand Rap ids the greatest and most dis tinguished assemblage of Catholic dignitaries in the history of that dioceso Archbishops Bishops Ab bots and priests from all parts of the United States and Canada will be present at the ceremony The con- secrator will be the Right Rev Henry Joseph Richter who ordained Monsignor Schrombs to the priest hood Bishop Richter will be assisted by Bishops Maes of Covington and Foley of Detroit The sermon will be preached by the Most Rev Henry Mooller Archbishop of Cin cinnati A choir of male voices made up of members of all the Catholic choirs in the Grand Rapids dioceso will sing the music incident to the occasion Among tho dignitaries who have promised to grace the occasion with ArchbishopsMessmer Chicago and Qlennon of St Louis md Bishops ODonaghuo of Louis nIle McFaul of Trenton N J Janssen of Belleville Ill Colton of Buffalo Canevin of PIttsburg and Scbwebach of Lacrosse Wis The consecration of Monsignor Schrombs has more than a passing interest ifor Louisville people The new prelate is well and favorably tf remembered here not only as a t teacher at St Martins parochial ichool but on account of other visits to Louisville to relatives on special j xoccasions On the occasion of the silver wedding of Mr and Mrs Joseph it Sayor his brotherinlaw and f sister Monsignor Schrembs offi elated at tho Jubilee mass He also officiated at the marriage of their eldest daughter Miss Mamie Bayer who is now Mrs Fred Schmidt That ceremony was performed in Grand Rapids and Mr and Mrs Schmidt are now residing jj ere Ho came to Louisville again to perform the ceremony that upited Miss Mattie againtoCharles Schuchard now of Cleve aIland Ohio Tho two latter marriage ceremonies wero held at St Anthonys church His last visit to Louisville occurred about a year ago Jacob Schrembs a brother of the Bishop that Is to be is a cutter for Joseph Sayer the Fifth avenue tailor All his Louisville relatives i presentiCOTINGTONi ltinht Rev C TVMM Btabop of- C0YIMtenhas made public an app tll to the citlwn ol CoTlateii fortuadi1- i u 1 AW and modern hospital to take the place of the buildings now occupied by the Sisters ot the Poor of St Francis on Eleventh street Plans for the now building which will be constructed in the southwestern section of tho city have already been prepared and tho new institution will be one of the best in North western Kentucky In concluding his appeal Bishop Maes says The new hospital will be a haven of relief for people of all creeds and races in the most trying times of sickness suffering and poverty t BADLY HUKT friends of Prank Higgins Are Alarmed Over Condition According to advlces from St Louis Prank Higgins now a resident of St Louis but formerly of this city is in a serious condition as the I result of injuries received ina street car accident several days ago Be sides suffering from a severe wound in his head Mr Higgins has sue I talnod internal injuries His re covery is uncertain For more than ten years Mr Higgins has been engaged in the leather business in St Louis Ho is a brother of William HIggins of 1020 South Sixth street His wife is a sister of Officer John Kelly of the Fourth police district Mr HIggins has many friends here who are sorry to learn that ho has met with an ac client and who pray for his speedy recovery CAHROLLTON NextlYCouncilIThe Board of Grand Directors of the Y M I Kentucky Jurisdiction met at Mackln Council club house at 2 oclock last Sunday afternoon Those present wore tho Grand Chap lain Rev Father George M Connor Owensboro Grand President George A Lawo Memphis President Board of Grand Directors Frank G Adams Louisville Joseph Cassidy Bellcvue Albert Oberst and Charles Barbour Owensboro Grand Treasurer Vic K Ecker John J Barry Now Haven Joseph Klrchdorfer Louisville and Fred Arnold Owensboro the District Deputy for Western Kentucky J B Glnochio President of Barry Coun cil Lexington who was unable to- nbaFpresent aeutJaletter ot regroti Chairman Adams presided and the members hustled things through with all due diligence It was decided to hold the next Grand Council at Carrollton on August 20 21 and 22 Reports from the various coun cite showed all on the increase The State degree team reported that class initiations had been arranged for at Mackin TrltH y Sarto Barry Phil Sheridan and St George Coun cils When the last class is taken in iI the Y iM I in this Jurisdiction will show an aggregate Increase of 200 members Plans were discussed for voflpiistowns II CONSISTORY Does Not Seem Imminent Yet Cardinals Are Decreasing TIle Romo correspondent of the New York Herald says i News of a consistory is generally known five or six weeks before the ovent At present there is not tho faintest inkling of such news The Italian celebrations will begin in Romo on March 27 After that it will be impossible to hold a consistory until they are over- II The inference drawn from this Is that there will be no consistory and consequently no new Cardinals for a year The situation thus brought about Is in many ways anomalous singleCardinalI happened in some centuries The Sacred College has twenty vacancies there being only fifty Cardinals In stead of seventy I The disproportion between Italian Cardinals and foreigners has novor teen so small There are only t wentvnlne Italians to twontyono others Again halt the Cardinals are more than seventy years old CardinalsGruschaably the number will still further be reTTuced before it Is Increased Until a year ago Pope Plus was not averse to discussing with his advisers the creation of new Cardinals but subjectThoughI stttlngthattberenot live as long as Leo XIIIlf a misfortune occurred the choice of his successor would too unusually limited GREEM3V CENTENNIAL Thero is a national movement on HoraceGreeley NewYorkwarm friend of the church and of Catholics On his deathbed he was given conditional baptism by a Catholic friend His Bister Mrs Cleveland and her daughters also entered the Catholto faith Still later JtMr Greeleyii daughter Mrs Ida l aCatholicI I 1atrthl t L il L PARTY CRISIS Congressman Ben Johnson Declares lie Can Not Be- Elected Governor of KentucktyrBecauser He Is a Roman Catholic t r l Democratic Party Given Awful Blow if Charges of Nelson County Statesman Stand Test They Shoijld Be Given L LThe political situation in Kentucky and there has always been a political situation in this State seemed to be struck by lightning last Saturday morning when the with drawal of Hon Ben Johnson from the Gubernatorial race was an nounced The shock was occasioned both by his withdrawal and by tho reasons ho assigned therefor Ho declares unmistakably that he with draw because ho had arrived at the conclusion that the Democrats of Kentucky would not support a Cath olic for Governor This is a terrible arraignment of tho Democratic party in this State One can but hope that Mr Johnson is mistaken that he has been misinformed It his conclusions are proven cortect Kentucky will drop back another fifty years Cool heads warm hearts hearts teeming with charity aro necessary now to bring order out of chaos There is no doubt about Mr Johnsons earnestness no doubt about his hon esty Col Johnson has been honored by Kentucky and by the nation in the past He has never proven recreant to any trust His ambition was to be Governor of this State an jmbi lion worthy any man Now he sacrifices ambition to party patriotism Clay would rather be right than President Johnson would rather bo a Catholic and sacrifice his ambition than sacrifice his party- LLrCgidJohneonwisl lil ttle aovoreft fty years old He comes of one of the oldest families in tho State A na countyhocountyinber of tho House of Representatives as Speaker of that house as State Senator and is now reprcsnting his district in Congress for the third time and has been elected for the fourth term From 1893 to 1897 he was United States Collector of In ternal Revenue at Louisville an ap pointment he received from Grover Cleveland then the nations Chief peopleknow beIstatement is clear distinct scathing and if true deals a mortal wound to KentuckyItpassages from his statement Near I saysIthe word was sent out that I must be opposed be Statethereseek Catholic votes but who them CatholicAt defeatI should be nominated As to this I ThreeJUdges havebeennot vole for a Catholic for Governor One of these has but recently been elected In a district where the Cath wouldhavevotehadInhighprosed themselves wjth equal em thoseInhavofol1owCdhavedeclaredvote for a Catholic At first the mutterings were halt lastthirtybecomebolderreturntoWashingtonThursday thoSfateprobabilityi reJlglous Novemberi withstanding the obstacles that aro beliovoIof votes in the primary If counted I theIthatIDemocratcGuldKetl1lthe say that I will not further be a r j minIaUon Wleln naitlqnB01r uponthet prlaclII TJ f ri pie Was Liberty of conscience For this principle the fathers of the Catholics of today shed their blood I and fought shoulder to shoulder with the fathers of the nonCatholics of today many of whom are now say ing that the Catholic may pay taxes and bear the other burdens of gov ernment that he may go to war in defense of the Stars and Stripes but that ho shall not share in tho honors and emoluments of the country Which he has helped to build and which upon all occasions he has helped to defend promjnentLouisville said publicly in the Seelbach Hotel that ho would not vote for a Catholic That man has been put in a position whore ho can employ teachers who may impart that disrupting spirit to the youth of our land We hear upon every side that the Catholics want union of Church and State I feel that I can answer for every American Catholic that we want no such thing that we would take up arms if it were nec essary to prevent the accomplish ment of any such condition even if an element of Catholics were to un dertake it- Continuing 1 Mr Johnson states that the Catholic church in the United States furnished twice as many sol diers during thollate SpanishAmeri can war to free1CUba as did any other theiii 1 timeHeto injure him in his last race for Congress and declares he was elected by the largest majority ever given in that district Then ho says For more than thirty years I have given not a tenth but a fourth duringthatschoolhouses and churches and that without regard to creed I have thiskindonly when I was asKed woCathol1cslegislativeI live In a county moro than half Cath countytheremembers of the Legislature from SylvesterJohnsoncommon school law of the State the neverhadSchools That position in Nelson county is now held by a Baptist and I am surety on his official bond They also say that we Catholics want to get control of the army and navy Since I have been a member of Congress I have appointed two cadets to the Naval School at An napolis and two in the Army School at West Point In duo course of time all four of these young men will be officers two in the navy and two in tho army All four of them are nonCatholics Eighteen States of the Union are according to tho last eansus more than half Catholic Only one of these has a Catholic Governor Without tho Catholic vote thero could be no Democratic party in Kentucky capable of making a Contest with the Republicans Only one Congressional district In Ken tucky which is now represented by IDemocratic Congressman could send a Democrat to Congress without tho Catholic vote There are in Kentucky sixtyfive thousand Catholic voters fifty thousand of these are Demo crate they are anxious to redeem Kentucky this fall from Republican misrule notwithstanding tho fact that those who care but little whether the State be Democratic or Republican demand that a Catholic shall not be Governor- In conclusion Mr Johnson says I have now done what hardly any other man would do under similar circumstances This sacrifice of my own ambition is made for the good of the party which has been good to me and which I love and through which in the nation rell fmustcome to the pppreaed For myself I will support the nominee of the party whoever he may be and I sincerely trust that all Catholic Democrats in the State will do like- Wise Mr Johnsons stand has called eomweatsfrommain bias stand II praised By some liothat1 thus mistaken In tnt event the friend of Ben Johnson are as numer= one now as ttyr were before hw Onelot to his thoughts after the issuance of the statement was Capt WT Ellis of Owensboro a leading Democrat and a nonCatholic Immediately after reading Mr Johnsons card of withdrawal Capt Ellis told an In terviewer The policy pursued by those who control the affairs of our party seem suicidal and unless they listen to tho warning voice of the people I doubt seriously whether our party with all its majority in this State can elect its Stato ticket next November It was a manly courageous and pa triotic statement of Mr Johnson ofI the political situation which seems to confront him I think his summary of the situation justified this fact B F Johnson would make one ot the finest Governors Kentucky over had since the days of Isaac Shelby The only thing in my opinion that remains for the Democratic party this year to do if it really earnestly desires to reap a victory In November is to call off this primary and give tho Democrats of the State opportunity to meet In nn oldfash loned convention and select some man who can lead the party to vie tory in November Desha Brecklnridgo editor of the Lexington Herald is rather inclined to find fault with the attitude of Mr Johnson On Sunday morning he said in part rherecord of Mr Johnsons own lstSgDlljlvPiUiPQtlat1 Catholic church is not a bar to political preferment At the moment we do not think of any man In the State as young as ho who has had heaped upon him so many political honors And worthily has ho worn them Not only is his own career a refutation of tho charge that mem bership in the Catholic church is a bar to political preferment but nearly evry city and county in the State has given proof that political preferment is not determined by re ligious affiliations Members of the Legislature of the highest Judiciary of the State Mayors Sheriffs County Clerks officers of every sort era elected in Kentucky irrespective of whether they belong to tho Cath olic or to a Protestant church It is true that members of the Catholic church are strongly inclined to vote for those who belong to that church equally true that members of the Christian church the Baptist church the Presbyterian church in many cases are controlled in casting their vote by the associations formed and the friendship engendered because of church relations It is also true that there aro men who are opposed to any man who belongs to the Catholic church We are too young as is also Mr Johnson to recall when the Know Nothing party gained temporary as cendency But we are somewhat familiar as is also Mr Johnson with tho fight for freedom made against temporarily overwhelming odds which led to the destruction of that party We have read with intense interest the accounts of those days as we have also read the accounts of the debates between tho ropreuenta tlvcs of the Catholic church and the representatives of the Presbyterian church preceding and following the rise and fall of the Know Nothing partyWo at this day can but faintly realize the intense bitterness of those days It is not the part of wisdom for a man of the abiltly of tho char acter of tho attainments who has had heaped upon him tho political honors which have gone to Mr Jghn son to do aught to rekindle the ashes of that conflagration Undoubtedly the ablest editorial on the subject is that which appeared in the Louisville Herald ot last Sunday We quote- Congressman Ben Johnson gives as reasons for his unexpected re tirement from the race for the Democratic nomination that the ex istence of widespread religious candidacy inexpedientkandaamenace to his party Ills announcement of withdrawal impresses us aa a singularly frank and manly document and goes far to establish Mr John son In our regard It takes character and courage to relinquish a worthy ambition in order to serve the high set interests of party and State and the nan who manifests these quail teeis deeervingof honor from his fellow citizen whatever tinay be hue political allegiance But the elrcuni stances that have Impelled him to eliminate himself are not creditable to Kentucky That at thjra or hUtofy iu a time of enlightenment t j l1id1 rdligtou liberty a man should lUtllJiJ 1 feel that he is debarred from seek- Ing the suffrago of the people among whom ho was born and In whose service he has lived with distinction to himself because of the way in which ho worships his God is to be deplored As long as we cherish this spirit of bigotry we can not become a great people in the real sense of the expression A man screed is his private concern We have nothing to do with the religious beliefs of those who enter the public arena Our only fair ground of criticism of praise condemnation Continued on Second Page MORE KNIGHTS Class of Forty Receive Three Degrees at Etown Elizabethtown Council Knights of Columbus took in a class of forty now members at an initiation held last Sunday Visitors were present I from Louisville Bowling Green Henderson Owensboro Bardstown Lebanon and other towns The third or major degree was exemplified by a team from Louisville Council headed byp HC Callahan A II Egan Superintendent of tho I C railroad was in personal charge of more than 100 Louisville Knights who traveled from Louisville Visiting and local Knights at tended high mass at St James church The pastor Rev Father Hugh Daley celebrated tile mass and was assisted by the Rev Father Benedict C P of Louisville The Initiatory ceremonies were conducted at the Ellzabethtown Opera House I during the afternoon In the evening I I there was a banquet Orand Knight D M Cooper of Elizabeth town was toastmaster Addresses were made I by John Talbott of Bardstown Ron Ben Johnson of Nelson county Camden R McAtee of Louisville and J B Wise of Hardin county I IRISH PRELATE Dies Par Prom Beloved People of His Diocese Cable messages have brought intelligence of the death in London on Tuesday of last week of the death of the Right Rev John Lyster Bishop of Achonry one of Irelands oldest secs His Lordship had been ill since early in last summer lu July he proceeded to the continent and after a short visit to Vichy telt so much better that ho started home I uponIreaching London It was found that a surgical operation was absolutely necessary Later he obtained tem porary relief but never regained strength enough to continue to his IdioceseI Lyster was born at AU lone sixty years ago and was the eldest son of Patrick Lyster a well known architect In his time Tho future Bishop received his early education in Athlono After a number of years ho went to the Dublin Catholic Uni versity to pursue Ma classical and theological studies and while there had a distinguished career Ho fin ished at Maynooth where he was noted for his application to theo logical studies There he received his degree of Doctor of Divinity and was ordained Soon after his ordination he was a professor in tho Catholic High School in Athlone Aftnr some years SligoCollege dearlybelovedIreland GENEROUS Division 1 A O M Has Shown the Right Spirit I Division 1 A O H held an inter meetingTuesdayHibernian spirit regarding the ob servance of St Patricks day Fol lowing the report of the proceedings- of tho County Board meeting and approval of its action a resolution appropriating defraying the expenses of the entertainment to bo given at Macauloys Theater on Sunday March 19 Treas urer Thomas Lawler will turn over the check at the next meeting of the Committee of Arrangements it President Murphy occupied tho chair and the report that a number cf applications would soon be presented occasioned several interesting talks and a resolve to increase the membership this year Tho members were pleased to learn that Of fleer John Holden was able to return to his post after a long and serious alsomadeLouisville munion at St Patricks church on Sunday morning March 19 and it was urged that every member of occasionAattendance at Ute next mooting when tho business will be of more than ordinary Importance i COPPERSq Iu Patrick Flahlre John Qreeu and John J Burke well known citizens have bn appointed members of the Lotltitle police force They are all good men and ought to earn promotion rapidly 1e fl COLORLESS Was Speech ot Etiglnud rfin nt Parliaments Recent Opening Ale Majesty Made Itclercncc to Few Important Matters Reciprocity Between Canada and Untied Suites Starts Con hnstoil IRISH NATIONALISTS SATISFIED The now session of the British Parliament was opened Monday with all the fanflare of trumpets and panoply of troops incident to medieval ages The next question is What docs Parliament propose to do toward home rule for Ireland According to cable messages the Kings speech from the throne war brief and colorless It opened With a filial reference to the death of King Edward VII The only refer ences to foreign affairs were a men tion of the fact that negotiations had bees opened with Japan for a new commercial treaty and ttn allusion to the friction with Persia over the disturbance of British trade routes Only two proposed legislative measures received special mention in the Kings speech His Majesty sad legislation would be undertaken to provide Insurance against sickness and work for the unemployed Anent the trouble between Iho Lords and Commons His Majesty said Pro posals will be submitted without de lay to arrange the relations between the two houses of Parliament with the object of securing an effective working constitution From the lproposalsernment has determined to allow nothing beyond necessary financial measures to interfere with action on the veto bill The suffragettes are threatening trouble because the were not given oven unfavorab mention by the King and the Labol ites are murmuring because rlpromise of relief from tho battl JOnofItingamet and decided not to Intr any private bills during the pr session The evening session Monday was devoted to getting ship of legislation under 4 Premier Asquith gave notice ot intention to claim the whole time the House of Commons until tEaster recess in discussion of veto bill unless it was dispose KingdressconsoqinLord Lansdowne before tho and A J Balfour before Coml assailed tho proposed recipn treaty between the United State Canada in unmeasured terms the Other hand James Ramsay Donald the new Chairman of Laborites declared that Dal attack on tho reciprocity agre was the most awkward and c blunder he had ever heard in I mentJust now the reciprocity trei tween tho United States nnd everythingGreat any event produced such far r results in British politics a reciprocity treaty When the the treaty was made public t ticians in England were su and the surprise of thee quickly turned to horror wh Liberals chuckled at the 1 triumph of their free tradt In short tho confusion in t camp is complete A The Liberals now see noj wEy they should not rel yeaDuringenact their measures tittir bill the iionib ruIe bill an other measures on the projB Both Liberals and Tories are feoliCanadai SOUND ADVICE The ExPresident S Prom Shoulder il Bigots Former President Roosov RQnthisvigorous language We have got to bo again PIJtobeequatJa Protestant and We mu r the bigots on elthQrsld trouble to us in America1 I This is sound advice A t eepecfallKentuckylr JEIARDIN COUNTY Wfil Miss Mabel Slkear of V and G4erg Richie of F1 be nailed in marriage gets church Vine f2tiperforFather n r e- i 3jAi p r1f Ji ImvYr aAbNcnBHTUCKY IRISH ftMERKfflN iterahl to the Social ad Moral Advanceraefflent off Irish Anerlcws and Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRiSH AMERICAN PRINTING COI Orated PuklUh re SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Kotared at tki LouUvllle PoitotHc ae SecadClu flatter A4 rsa atLCiealcdIenl te the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Oreea St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 11 1911 COMBATTING DIVOUCE Too much publicity can not b given the sermon of Cardinal Gibbons in his Cathedrall at Dahl y more last Sunday morning He spoke against the divorce evil a evil that ho has long combatted 1hpart he said If Christianity Is the highest type of civilization and who can deny 1 Itthou is it not true that we are retrograding Instead of advanc ing on certain lines There isosocial scourge more blighting anti jnoro destructive of family life than Mormonlsm It is the fearfully Increasing number of divorce mills throughout the United States These mills like the mills of the gods are slowly but surely grinding to powder the domestic altars of the nation Husband and wife are separated o 1 the most flimsy pretexts And as if1 c the different States of the Onion1 were not sufficiently accommodating In this respect one State has the unenviable distinction of granting a1 Mil of divorce for the mere asking of it on the solo condition of a brier1 sojourn within her borders A lady prominent In society life once said to mo in Newport I do not recognize any law human or divine thatt can deprive a husband or wife ot the right to separate and to enter a fresh espousal when they do not live In harmony together You speak I replied of your rights your prlv lieges But you have not a word to say of your duties and obligations Ah my brethren If men and women had due consideration for their dudes and responslbllties their rights would take care of themselves There can be no rights where there are no corresponding obligations There are no rights against the law of pod Not allat once perhaps but eventually must be this advice heeded FALSE PROPHET UNVEILS i For years It has been common jmoiMsmongCathollcs thatrilibUarQj V Knott editor of the Louisville lBvenng Post was allied with the A P A element and the Junl orof Order of American Mechanics to destroy Catholicism By degrees ho las come out of his hole Sunned jrut or smoked out one knows not ground hog saw his shadow on ruary 2 Knott cast his shadow ebruary G- be Kentucky Irish American for rut years has shown forth thej lorant and A P Alstlc tendenciest the editor of the Louisville Post his admirers Catholic as we Protestant have scoffed at tL I that Mr Knott was antt Cat h On certain occasions he has soaped and flattered certain ollcs presumably for his own Mr Knott Is open in hisI nent that Catholics are better Its efthe public at home than Iceholders Ho leaves nod for retreat He burned hiss behind him Don Johnson Congressman the Fourth district of Ken published a declaration in the g papers lastl Saturday an ng his withdrawal from the r the Democratic nomination ivernor of the State What kto say ho said He said it It hurt It hurt State pride Kan pride and Democratic F It prlclftdt tho skin of the tsr too Then comes tho In tho gulsiTba Samaritan if balsaam and oil into lip wounds Editor Knott os ere are no doubt a number of istants who will not vote for a lie There are a number of IJcs who will not vote for a taut Wo believe this number h taco Is very small o bcllevo that the political I iltlon of tho Catholic church Iin In the hands of Protestants e Protestants of men who hat the first artlclo of the 4 ip Protestant creel is religions I perfect equality of men of 1 Jis not poly before the law 4 fore the community That Is 4 fUosUnt creefl by which the t PptMaadsor falls ifplalaertlte community tie law the Lord made the Ity for the benefit of nt officeholders and nWl- 1kathr rector ofj heaven lit the things above and Vv other A piJ sna1 1 would fain t1uaIs brl tJjeIH becaW it J isniri tboa britf 1p trA1 Mr Knott could not long agree with himself oven as controller of the- o universeEditor Knotts declaration regard lug his stand for Protestantism as against Catholicism shows that he 1has been forced Into the open Yet e sought to shaJow himself In hi editorial on Monday In the early stages and he Is quoted again he says of Ben Johnson He Is not a man who has Introduced a religious question Into his political campaign r into fits business Then he charges that Col Johnson did drag religion into politics Later In his harangue after announcing his stand for Protestantism the editor of tho Post says Mr Johnson has other and higher to recognition than that he Is a Catholic Furthermore there 1are other objections to Mr JohnsonI than that he is a Catholic TK editor of the Post Is now overlooking no chalIces to knock on the Catholics Ho rakes the grand old Roman slap fore and aft treats Don Johnson as If ho were prisoner of State to be flattered a man well enough to do service ii Nelson county and then proceeds to wreaK his vengance on Col Whallen not oven a horsemarine on the ship Mr Knott is only funny when he attempts to be serious If lie over makes an attempt at Jocoseness I somebody will take him seYlously Editor Knott was a confrere of Col Whallen for several years As long us ho thought he was guiding the waltz his partner was all right When ho found that ho was unable to control the dance jlie grew dizzy hesitated stopped and called for a change of fiddlers It has been the editor of the Post that has teen dragging hits new partner Religious Bigotry Into politics Neither lien Johnson nor Col Whallen had aught to do with iit In time of flood and disaster when riots tiro Imminent when succor to the weary and friendless Were needed ColI Whallens cash as ivelUas hlsimoralsuppprt were at hand eo He was never held up to Ignominy as a Catholic a follower tho oldest of Christian religions until Editor Knott found that Coli Whalion thought moreof hi s Creators wisdom than of the egotism of R W Knott voce any man In this or In another community believe Mr Knotts statement that there are some Catholics who will not vote for a ardentjadmirers must admit that he is not a truthful man IIDIII IToIn an editorial that appeared tin the Baptist World February 9 pne reads The Catholic church can not exist In tho modern world This action is an admission of defeat a proclamation of helplessness To escape dissolution to live at all must shut out the modern world its best as well1 as Its worst by tho triple walls of ignorance prejudice and clerical control An institution that ran not live with its eyes open I dayInat all Sooner or later it is bound to go What preparation will a young pries have for meeting the problems of today when ho comes out of a seminary which has sought to shut out the world absolutely and trans AgesWecan- not live in the world can not live at all permanently Well Well J mayhavelbeenlecturIngonly a few nights before h Are Ben Johnsons enemies rush ing to the front to vociferously TheBaptistefa saysMran aggressive candidate for the Governors chair supported by the CourierJournal has withdrawn from the race Ho says that being a Catholic he has ascertained tbat no Catholic has any chance for the partInargu MPercyt lC also No Catholic can bo elected Governor in Kentucky and because It he Js a consistent Catholic he will1 owe a higher and snore binding allegiance to the Vatican than to tk people The people could hte Nth to the people JnUleIllt rtlt QaUeUroJtj 1 t i It Is a mistake for the Democratic members to oust or to attempt to oust Hon Caleb Powers from his electesby an overwhelming majority of the people of his district even though they knew ho had been convlctqd of conspiracy in connection with theI murder of Senator and later Gov Goebol Who incited that con spiracy and murder Mr Goebel1 was not even a Catholic Are there any copies of the Posts editorials of those troublous days still extant In the early days of ChrlsUimity and later even in modern times when Catholics were persecuted be cause they were unable to defend themselves they became martyrs In these days when they are able to defend themselves and dont they are cowards There are some who profess to bo Catholics who say Dont answer Dont strike back These people arcs not worth bothers log about The Catholic bo he labor r mechanic merchant manufacturer or professional man who will nott defend his faith lest It hurt his personal pride or his pocketbook f a Is disciple of Judas the archpatron of illicit moneygetters and victim of false flatter Of course we are living In a land ts the views of some men the religion one accepts must be In accord with their thought or the believer at once becomes a person whose patriotism is decidedly weak A canvass of the Kansas Legislature developed the fact that only thao Lord prayer This Is no laughing Congronse to ascertain how many Senators and Representatives can recite It One more nick on his editorial revolver Wat Hardin William Goebel Ben Johnson The Post editor is whittling his knife to make another nick for the downfall of the Catholic church So Is Satan Poxslbly It Is pardonable pride toI say that the Kentucky Irish Ameri can was the first to callr Paul1I Daldy a hobo reformer STILL GROWING Plans For Charity Bazar Now Inclnde the Armory Preparations for the big bazar f Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital are moving along rapidly The com jnlttees are working n perfect har rifony and so great is the Interest shown that it has been decided use the Armory instead of the Lled erkranz Hall In the Armory there will bo ample space for dining and refreshment rooms booths wheels and all other amusements imag InableIAt a general meeting of the men committee on Wednesday night comI mittee reported that his committee had hold a very enthusiastic andl evqnIng said had made favorable reports He reported donations from the Cus caden Ice Cream Works Hirsch Bros Raymond Barrett Doherty McElllott William Slkklng Al Straus George Wedeklnd Derry Brothers L harem and others Col John H Whallen sent a letter of regret and Yoted that his absence Was enforced by Illness Nearly all of the mens committees reported progress William P Mc Donogh was appointed a committee of one to arrange for a fraternall bazarit that Prof Creager had tendered a scholarshipt at his business college as a prJz M J Bannon donated a brass bed Other donors announced were Joseph Klrchdorfer Rl10d sBurford Company I Sternberg W J Baird Old TaylorGeorge Holland Alex Zabel and Joh Gentle The assembly adjourned to meet next Wednesday evening ARCHBISHOP RYAN IMPROVI Late advices from Philadelphia say that Archbishop Ryan who been seriously ill for a fortnight 1 showing signs of marked improve ment and hopes for his recovery are now entertained During tho week CardinGibbons 8 with his visitor- PREPARE FOR NEW PRELATE Tho Right Rev John Ward the Bishopelect of Leavenworth Kas will bo consecrated in the Cathedrall that city on Wednesday February 22 Washingtons birthday The I Most Rev Dlomede Falconlo Apo tollc Delegate will officiate at the consecration and at least sixteen other members of the hierarchy are expected to attend the ceremonies byArchbIshop HOPKINS weeklsheadedTrio In a comedy skit Im m Wheels MraTrtl Mrs Dick Cooley are down for a singing talking and pianoplaying turn in witch they Have won much praise between bate hall seasons Cooley te weHknqwn Jn the Dig League having ecru ed as captain of the Louisvillel nine in I IpjK sajrietI cook P ny Moore and D J Dsjr fill tttt ttw uceell Itt bin V Duo 01 s a 1 SOCIETY dee lNgttiy tt wltw1etfeewle tlt Miss Laura OBrien has gone to Florida where she will remain until spring hire Katherine Kearns of SouthILouisville has gone to 1pend several months Mrs Mary Doyle has returned from a visit to her daughterand other relatives at Lebanon Miss Frances Stanley who wa the guest of Mrs T H 1VhaynelDt Saturday to attend Nazareth Mad Dmycc Miss Margaret Diamond left Wednesday for her homo In Philadel phia after a delightful visit with Miss Edith Malone Miss Beatrice Rodman of Bards town is here to spend several as tfie guest of Miss Lily Kearns of South Fourth avenue Mrs Sam Dant bad as her during the past week her sister and brother Miss Bessie and Rapier of New Haven John Hagan and wife and little daughter of Now Haven visited here the past week as the guests of Robert Pcake and family Mrs W H Rlhn and daughter Miss Annie have returned from ElIzabethtown where they were the guests of Mrs W B Fowler Misses Margaret and Bottle Mc Kenna have returned to their home at Fairfield after a visit to Mrs Henry of South Floyd street Mlssi Blanche Price entertained as weekend guests at her home 1 In Crescent Hill Misses Alice Hanloy Lucy Willis and Katherine Lord I Miss Margaret Wathen entertained at dinner at her homo 416 West Oak street on Monday evening in honor of several out of town visitors John F Lally Deputy Clerk who recently submitted to a serious surgical operation is convalescing at his home 3022 Bank street Mr anti Mrs Charles F TaYlo- who have been making a trip alon the East coast of Florida sailed has r week front Key West for a short vial 1to Havana Miss Louise Shelley entertained at bridge on Monday in hpnor of MI I Marguerite Dlamo 14of Philadel phia who was the guest of MissI Edith Malone Miss Katherine Glenn of Sout I Louisville has been entertaining Misses Mary Elizabeth and Nellie McCue who arrived last week from Bowling Green anod children of Lebanon are t tsitlni Charles Henkel Mrs Abels i at Pueblo Col They will remain tIn Colorado several weeks toMisses Clara and Theresa Sulllva- iiwho were extensively entertained while the guests of Mss Margaret Malone have returned to their homo at Grand Rapids Mich stiles Irene Binford left Tuesday for Ocean Springs Miss to be the guest of Miss Anita Dick Before returning she will vial New Orleans and witness the Mardl Gras festivities i 0alias Anna tae Mayer of this tit and Carl J Klefer Jr of spells will be united In marriage p Tuesday February 21 Tho bride Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Will1 lam 0 Mayer Miss Lulu Kuppor and Wlllla Oldiges well known young people of the Pleasure Ridge Park hood were united In marriage St Helens church on Tuesday TI Rev Father J B Pfelffer officiated ltiles Virginia Murphy of the Highlands gave a dinner at her home Windsor Place on Friday of aliasDcs Mary Griffin of Somerset Kyf Mario Murphy Bertha Colin Genevieve Hackett and Mary Lorctto Bchweers organizattonu a fancy dress and mask ball at Glenola Hall Twelfth and Kentucky streets on Monday evening February 20 The committee in charge is made u of Will Collins Martin Carr Ph Brodcrlck and George Attebory asWORLD DANCES v Of Macklns Social Club alAre Sources of Pleasure Macklns Social Club is homewar- bound by easy stages on tho goo ship Cecilia Her last stop occurre on Tuesday night when it arichor- ey Naples for the Italian dance The yoyagers wore wall received by the daughtersa of sunny Italyand while there received a telegram from King Alfonso an pouncing his desfrd to entertain them wass at once accepted and the next dance will be in Spain It will take place on the evning of Washingtons birth day Wednesday February 2 From Spain the voyagers will go to Holland and enjoy a real Dutch evening From there the ship will sail for Ireland with Charles Bars field Raidy as pilot A dance on the green swards of Erin another onI the ocean and they home VRTBRAN OTTIZKN DEAD Mfrtfii Bias1 a retired contractor r died at the home for the aged and llaflrm eoHdtwted by the Little 818 J tem ef the Po ratTaeta andYagi ultrMtI tact day afternoon r u n He had been an inmate of the homo for several monthsand his death Was not unexpected Mr Bias was born in Germany eightythree years ago but more than sixty years of his life had been spent in America Two had been spent in Germany Two sons Joseph and Edward Blast survive him Tho funeral took place from St Josephs church on Tuesday vetleran PARIY CRISIS r Pagesmeetttho tasks imposed upon them the fidelity they show to the duties of- itizenship If a mans faith makes him a good citizen honest loyal to his obligations kindly and courteous in his consideration of othejs chiv alrous in his defense of the weak thatwhichsubmitahis creed for our approval or in making It a test of his fitness for office narI rowness that makes dogma a factorS tordivide this State on creedal baste We need the united effort of all men to whom the message of religion has brought strength of conviction and aspiration after what is honorable and righteous In order to achieve those things that must be done for the common good There Is too purifying popular government promoting education and building for the future peace and happiness of tho people to excuse the injection of Indlvdual reeds into such vital matters Re ligious strife is bitterest of all God save us from it Lot us make honest intelligent and publicspirited Anyfaith1 good enough to be trusted Mr Johnson has our sympathy and our admiration in the course he has taken If ho Is right in his judgment and he should know bet tor than any man the conditions that exist he has done the big thing in campalgtn a phase which wouldI have been most unhappy In conse betheing on the part of the people gen orprevails to an extent havrgood men to unite in banishingjSince last Saturday friends of n ironis anssYoung of Mt Sterling fohrespectlefavoritesor It seems tto thatSelVtorchantnn SiKentuckyr tolocalOwsleyStanle colrI paperIMy religion consists In trying to make poeurunningagainst beknewpreacher and said he wanted to toll forCatholicfor a mo I told him that I had rather die and go to hell than to receive his vote that oariInfluence dtsfranchisedbigotsYwortnd mnmadeUp s 1not enterIng HonOllielionutconsequence Kentucky totoadwildernessMr flaretDe courtsIn Appeals JointcardThe Hon Den Johnson In his published mthethatthreeone of the highest courts of tho State theywouldforGovernor1 connection with what follows musti ofthofeel it incumbent upon us to reply to cardIlnever approved entertained orox beenheardanthatsinItannedI I JudgJTDCarroUShackolforMlllor I Both before and since that denialI was printed Mr Johnson has stated referredthat two I I giventhed most emphatically that Judge Shack potthet iI manII thattheof Education he alluded to was Dr Ii Ai B Weaver Dr Weaver Is quotedI as saying ho Las no recollection 6f uttering remarks derogatory t Catholics Is It poslblothat e memory for forgetfulness has boon abnormally developed afflrntsclnd DrWeaverl crat nor was he elected as a Demo PeopleqAPt ttYheJuniorIt IIs to be hoped that Mrt Johnso will be able to prove all faU utter antes for his own sake It he 1 e right In bis pretatees Kentucky wlH have a new Democratic party or a new party At present there IB a fit nOb tm TTT m Unusual Chance tttI III I oHE MANUFACTURE OF MOTOR CARS AND century Is the most promising and most profitable WAGONSIIII We have a splendid manufacturing plant in Ind and an efficient working organization tor the manufacture of cars IIII and tucks The construction is simplified improved and protected by patents admitting of lower manufacturing cost and showing a greater efficiency durability lower cost of operation and upkeep than any car on the market The profit possibilities are big Limited participation Is offered In the sale of Treasury Stock at par value 5 a share presenting excep tlonaiopportunlty for Rbfc and judicious investment Write today to THAI PEAKE fur full Information and list of rep re cntafive local business and professional men who have invested American Automobile Manufacturingn Company 1 40B413 Lincoln Bank Ilulldlnir Lonlsvllle Ky f USE THE Home Telephone BOTH LONG AND SHORT DISTANCE The Best Service That Can Be Obtained bitter feeling among all fairminded people throughout the State against exSenator McCreary and exGov Bcckham The only hope of the Democratic party Is their immediate retirement from politie- s1iU11EItY POOR Benefited by Big Hearted New York State Senator Last Monday was a big day 1n the Now York Bowery It was the occa sion of the annual distribution of 5000 pairs of shoes the gifts of State Senator Timothy Sullivan better known in his State as Big Tim In all 5000 pairs of shoes and an equal number of heavy woolen socks were given out No questions were asked of those who held the tickets that had been Issued at Dig Tims Christmas dinner to the poor of the shoesethe wearer desired Men of all conditions word in the lines and the only disappointed persons were the Bowery pawnbrokers In former years they had reaped a harvest by loaning small sums on shoes that fell into unworthy hands I I On Monday there was a heavy snow which forced most of the recipients to make use of their guts Big Tim was too modest to remain in Now York for the occasion Instead he occupied his seat in the Senate Chamber In Albany Senator Sullivan in dispensing omilnauguratedLittle Tim Sullivan jvjiq died about two years ago Tho shoes die tributed this year worn made accord Ing to contract and wore worth 350 madtYear- IU3CKXT DKATHS I Mrs William Doyle died at the family residence 121 North Seven eveningShor suffering with heroic Christian forti tude Sho Is survived by her hus band a member of the Louisville fire department and one daughter ylatlss Alice Doyle The funeral took place from St Patricks church on Thursday morning I ITheI funeral of Mrs Ellen Kinney one of the oldest and most respected plltcortOU1 thofaml1yon Friday morning The deceased was born In Ireland seventytwo years ago but had spent time greater part of hoTllfe In Louisville Her I andtwohermI f The funeral of Mrs Nora Brown fwho SouthClayplaceftomlongIlIncBsI ward Brown agoSixMaggioWheelerMiss Anna Brown of this city Tim othy Drown of the Louisville fire department and James and Edward InhighIMrs Elizabeth M Patrick an es teemed and estimable resident of this city died at the family residence Tenth and Magazine streets on Sun day morning Death followed a doIFortyfourd onlytf by two sons John H and Harry Patrick Tile deceased was a mem ther of the Ladles Auxiliary of the BrotherbooTT of Locomotive En gineers Her funeral took place from the Cathedral on Tuesday sorrowingequiem rejj Miss 80 ULTZSNmEUII Snyder popular young people of the county were united hi matrimony by the Rev Father John J Fitzgerald at St Leos church Highland Park on Wednesday evening Immediately Mrsnbridale1 Jacob Schultz a Jefferson county I farmer and the lucky groom Isa j deputy fader Jailer Jobs K Pflanx t 4 V j I 1 f rlf fI BOYS KNICKER SUITSI AT CUT PRICES 450 and 500 Suits 600 and 650 Suits 850 and 1000 Suits 298 398 498 All kinds of materials and paterns sizes 6 to 17- Some Norfolkstyles and some suits with two 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especially r Pearl of Nelsonh IKTTLKDIIfBOMDn Telspaeee IW W IIXTJ STMNrtV DJe- t c All the late and new Styles and Shap can be found here at reasonable price I Call and see us j GHas fte Rooeii 13001 BOOK GO I PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the cityJJ Books Magazines and Religious Articles or MVJCKT DEJsonirricm J 434 West Jefferson Surest CENTRAL FURNITURE GO Incorporated NW Cor Third and Green Sit We furnish the home complete on easy payments WAI CALLAOIIAN Mgr Sales Def JJLBrownfieldfiol 1 553 THIRD ST Engineer and Oontra for STEAM and HOT WATER HEATING Dont Build Without SeelmMe Home Phone 784- 6PRELATES VISIT POPEf The Right Rev Daniel F Fjjohan D D Bishop of Fall River Mass the Right Roy Joseph D I Rice Bishop of Burlington Vt anil the Right Rev Patrick Beaver Bishop of Springfield Mass arrlv d in Rome last week Bishops Fee lion and Rice arrived earlier than did Bishop Beaven and as a consequenc had audiences with Pope Plus X Bishop Beaven had an audience this week All three of the New J ngland Bishops wero received with nusual kindness by His Holiness and each had good reports to make from his diocese It is the first visit if these Bishops to Rome since their eleva then to the episcopacy As th sir busi ness in Rome Is purely of i n cede siastical nature their r spectlvc sojourns will be short KNIGHTS AND LAD ES Branch 71 Catholic Kn guts and Ladies of America met in Holy Name Hall South Lou vOle on Monday eveningi The Spiritual Ad vlaor Rev Father John T oconnor made a brief and an appropriate ad rises Miss Maty Sheridan Su preme IState Deputrt extended con l1ata1aUeM 0 Pr 7 far kin6 so often on tho roll of lybnor la theI fraternal journal An rf3WKast Inspector of Jlranck 7 Jjreporled that the branch was saund numtr+ fealtyand financially Vliltoral wer preeent from Branches 2 11 14eI ardItrrf jiit1iKI 1 r IIBERNIANS What TbeaveBeeD Dolt I the Past IWeekOeDeral News Note The Hibernians of Cairo 111 have forwarded a liberal donation to the Irish National fund National President Regan will attend the big InHlatton to be heM In Milwaukee next month National President Regan will soon start upon a our of tho United States in the interest of the order Buffalo Hibernians will give a grand ball n xt week In the school hall for the benefit of St Patricks church Division 1 is to be commended for its donation for the St Patricks day celebration Such action assures successIn fire that recently destroyed a largo part of Madison Lake Minn the division there suffered a con siderable loss- Division 2 meets Wednesday night Con Ford wants all members present to see tho practice games for the contest with Division 3 Barney Coll the best County Treasurer Clarkcounty over had has again been elected Treasurer of Division 1 of Jefferenvllle Judge ONeill Ryan dean of the St Louis University law school will be tho orator at the Hibernian St Patricks day celebration In Indlan I polisA mass meeting will be held in Syracuse this month at which P J Haltlgan editor of the National Hibernian will be the principal speaker I Tho Town Hall at Milford N IL was crowded for the party of the Ladles annhersaryI which each member had the privilege of bringing a friend The feast of St Brlgid was ob served in a special manner at three churches by the Chicago Ladles Aux iliary and a banquet in the evening at the Great Northern Hotel The fortyfive contest between teams from Divisions 2 and 3 should attract a large gathering at the next meeting of Division 3 A social session will follow the games The Ladles Auxiliary will have much business to transact Wednes day night Miss Mary Corcoran will announce tho arrangements and commutes for tho coming dance In Denver the Hibernians the Ladies Auxiliary and the John Doyle OReilly Club have combined In making arrangements to celebrate Robert Emmets birthday on March 4 There will be an important meet ing of Division 4 Monday night Re ports from several committees will be made and therefore President Hennessy urges all who can to at tendA large gathering witnessed the joint installation of Division 9 and Ladles Auxiliary 2 at St Paul the first ever held in the Twin Cities A banquet followed the Impressive ceremonies Faithful work la being done by the various committees appointed by tho County Board and a programme is rrpmleed for tho St Patricks day observance that will surpass any presented In Louisville for many years Under the auspices of the Ancient Order the celebration of St Pat ricks day at Bangor Maine will surpass that of any former year The big event will tako place in the City Hall and the proceeds will bo de voted to the parochial schools AVHERB AUXILIARY SIIIXES Ladles Auxiliary A O IL No9 of Pawtucket R I celebrated St Brlglds day this year by entertain ing the 200 Inmates of the Homo for the Aged and Infirm conducted by the Little Sisters of tho Poor The ladles had arranged a feast of turkey and the necessary accessories to a- New England dinner and went to the homo to assist in serving the old folks Gov A J Pothler was an invited guest Several members of Congress and the Legislature also attended the feast ST JOSEPHS EUCHRE The Young Ladies Sodality of St Josephs church will give euchres on eveningsFebruarygames will be called at 8 oclock each evening These entertainments will be given In the school hall on Washington street between Adams und Webster Miss Josephine Oertel President of tho sodality will be as slated by an able committee of young ladles who have the reputation of making a success of any event they undertake GAELIC LEAGUE ENVOYS The ROY Michael OFlanagan and Flonan MtCblum envoys of the Gaelic League have arrived from Ireland and are now touring the Eastern States to secure aid in carrying on Cot of the league in Ireland They wore given a royal welcome by the united Irish societies in Boston Father OFlanagan ad dressed the gathering in English and Mr McColum in Gaelic The league envoys may visit the West before returning to Ireland- OIIjOKASAWS AMBITION Chickasaw Council Y M I of Memphis Toon which recently undertook a campaign to raise 20001 for a new club house has dono very well In a card of thanks last week the Building Committee extended thanks for and appreciation of the generous response met with from both Catholics and nonCatholic who had helped to bring the cam palgn to a successful close LINCOLNS BISHOP DEAD The Right Rev Thomas Bonacum Bishop of the diocese of Lincoln Neb died at his residence last Saturday He had been Bishop of that diocese since his consecration on No fontetwenty years had a stormy career ilin the episcopacy Several priests o U r iii i c1 C L i t his diocese carried their cases to Rome Sometimes Bishop Bonacum was sustained and other times was overruled He was always regarded as zealous in his work for tho church The deceased was born at Thurles I Ireland but of German parentage QUEER CONDITION English Catholic Tories and Protestant Scotch Liberals In tho new House of Commons which began its sessions on Monday there are eight Catholics elected by English constituencies Their names anti the districts for which they were elected are T P OConnor Liver pool Scotland division James OGrady East Leeds Sir Ivor Her bert South Monmouthshire Row land Hunt Ludlow Major Archer Shoe Flnsbury Lord Nlnlan Crich ton Stuart Cardiff Lord Edmund Talbot Cllchester J F Hope Cen tral Sheffield No Catholic was elected from Scotland nevertheless a large major ity of the Scotch members are staunch friends and supporters of home rule for Ireland while five of tho eight Catholics elected In England are Tories and staunch opponents of Irelands national claim HOSPITALITY APPRECIATED The National Brick Manufacturers Association held its convention at the Seelbach Hotel this week and there were present brick manufac turers from every section of the United States The brick makers had a rare old tlTIto and enjoyed to the full Kentucky hospitality It Is these conventions that count Louis villes own favorite brlckmaker T Jeff Bannou teas head and front of all the committees that entertained and dispensed hospitality All of the visitors appreciated his efforts as an entertainer FAREWELL MINSTRELS The congregation of St Augustines church will give a farewell minstrel show In the old school house 1409 West Broadway on uie evenings of Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday February 21 22 and 23 There will be a band concert In connection with the minstrel show each evening As soon as tho weather permits work on the new church rectory and school buildings win commence FORTY HOURS The Forty Hours prayer will take place next at St Martins church be ginning at the high mass tomorrow morning and continuing until Tues day This is one of the largest par ishes in the city and tine devotions will be conducted with tho utmost beauty and solemnity MASONIC THEATER An entirely new production of the Bohemian Girl is promised for a weeks engagement at the Masonic Blanche Duffield and Paul Victor Theater beginning next Monday evening This revival of Dalfes masterpiece must not be confounded with any previous production of tho opera In America The management has prepared an ensemble of great magnitude enlisting tho services of a full grand chorus complement of soloists corps de ballet and augmented orchestra of upward of 150 people There will be the usual mat- Inees during the week AVENUE THEATER Paid in Full a drama of the present times will be the attraction at the Avenue Theater all of next week Paid In Full has boon soon Louisville before fft high priced1 1In The Company that will hl present It at the AveHue IB said te ke l uIalt1tJneeewUl f i KNIGHTS QP COLDHNi j I i Late News That Will IInterest Members Here and Elsewhere A new council has been organized at Laporte Ind Fifty members were Initiated into the order at Durango Col on Feb ruary 4 In the Long Island jurisdiction there are fiftynine councils com prising a membership of 9000 Plans have been completed by State Deputy Edward Delchanty for organizing a new council at Sterling ColThe Fourth district of Western Now York beginning In 1898 with fortyfive members has grown to lOOQ INearly 500 members frpm throughout Minnesota attended the initiation of a class of fortyseven at St Cloud the auspices of the two Mil IUndercouncils the Paullst fathers this week conducted a series of lec tures for nonCatholics The council at Uniontown Ky will have an Initiation on February 2C The third degree will be put on by a team from Evansville Council Under the auspices of the combined councils of Hamilton county a mission for men will be conducted at the Cincinnati Cathedral during Holy weekThe Knights of Loogootee Ind will erect a lodge and club room building this summer It will be built of pressed brick with stone trimmingsOf nineteen councils of the order which are established In Minnesota Hennepin Council of Minneapolis is the first one to institute a permanent home of its own Beginning with about ten rnemi bers twentynine years ago the or der has grown until today it has nearly 1600 subordinate councils and a membership of 350000 From the charity ball to Be given next Thursday night In the Academy of Music in Brooklyn it Is expected to realize 5000 to defray the expense Incurred by the maintenance of the hospital bed fund the annual pnasstoitable purposes PERTHS NEW BISHOP The Right Rev Dr Clune the stew Bishop of the diocese of Perth West ern Australia whose appointment has been very recently announced was born in the County Clare Ire land fortyseven years ago He was ordained on June 24 1886 and was assigned to country missions in Australia In 1893 he entered the Redemptorlst order and dis tinguished himself in missions throughout Ireland Later he re turned to Australia and was appointed Superior of the Redemptorist house in New Zealand Since Kien he became Rector of the Redemptor ists at Perth Now still higher honors have come to him FOR WORTHY CAUSE ff Both men and women young and old of Holy Trinity church Ken tucky and Dupuy streets are preparing for a bazar to be held in the church basement on Monday and Tuesday February 27 and 28 The bazar will be for the purpose of re ducing the debt of the church and on the new home for the Sisters teaching tho parochial school Rev Father Peter Berreshelm the pastor invites all his friends to attend on either one fir both afternoons and evenings ST COLUMUAS EUCHRE On Thursday afternoon and even ing a euchro will bo given at Eisen mengers Hay Thirtyfourth and Market streets for the benefit of St Qolumba congregation Supper and refreshments will also be served The affair will be under the direc tion of the young ladles of the Altar Society BISHOP IIKIWIIOXS VOYAGE The Right Rev Patrick R Heff ron Bishop of Winona Mimi sailed from New York for Cherbourg last Saturday Ho expects to spend two months in Europe and will visit many places of interest before going to Rome for an audience with tho Pope He expects to return early in April and to be present at the bog ginning of the building of the college that he proposes to erect for boys It will cost approximately 300000 ILECTURES ARE INSTRUCTIVE T The lectures given by different members of Louisville Council Knights of Columbus are proving attractive and instructive On Wednesday night Attorney Thomas Walsh spoke on Catholic Writers and Their Works Next Wednes day evening Dr Bernard OConnor will bo the speaker and his subject will bo the Value of InsurancoI PLUM FOR EGAN Thomas Egan of New Albany has been appointed doorkeeper in tho General Assembly of Indiana for the remainder of the present session of the Legislature Mr Egan Is very popular in his home city and his appointment is appreciated by him anti his friends I ARCHBISHOP AND PRESIDENT The Friendly Sons of St Patrick of Cincinnati are determined to make their celebration of St Patricks day this year tho biggest event of Its kind ever held In that city To this end they have secured Archbishop Glennon as orator for the occasion I President Taft will also speak TO AID ST JAMES During the latter part of May and first Week of June a baser will be t11re11fer the benefit of St James church Kdanalde Henry Beaten is Chairman of the Committee on Ar u J II j y j FRANK FEHR BREWING Wilrzoolif ol srLhn Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY r m OUR ffi SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 4- 52SENNACKERMAN BREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED LOpI8VILLE IiY FALLS CITY BREWINUCO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Climb West 69 1 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light 1 Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone ipij THJEC WIEDEMANNI4CORFO- RATZDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent fltret Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN E RANK 1 1 WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 50S 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY iJOHNPOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOW BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERr 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE ire W C CUNNINGHAM n A fliCKS WILLARD HOTEL KENTUCKY HOTEL COMPANY Incorporated Special attention given to traveling men Best in tho 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 HICKS Manager Center and Jefferson Sis Opp Court House Dive your boys an education tbat will prepare theta for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway LotsUvllto Ky Conducted by the Xaverian brothers Classical Scientific and Business Courses Preparatory De partment targe Swimming Peol Well Equipped Gymnasium Terms Moderate Bro James Dlr rangements The proceeds will go toward swelling the fund for the I new church I MOVABLE FEASTS In the year 1911 Easter the center of all movable feasts will occur on April 16 Lent will begin on Ash Wednesday Mardi 1 Ascension day will be on May 2G Pentecost on June 4 Trinity Sunday on Juno 11 first Sunday In Advent December SARDINE SALAD Ona box best sardines twelve small sour pickles four square crackers chop all togethw moisten with Julco of half a lemon Delicious served on round pieces of toast as an appetiser at dinner or as a salad on lettuce leaves EASY SUGAR TEST A simple test fortho purity of sugar Is to burn it It pure fire will entirely consume It If adulter atcd It will leave an ash e RIGHT IDEA I Johnnie1at wont you please buy me a microbe to help me with arithmetic FatherWbatgood will a microbe do youJohnnieTeachel says jalerobeeI multiply OliII Q BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses HeleotropafEtc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 HENRY AAIJJ PPULSU L S DYER AND LEANER ladles and Gluts Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Pbonoojs 528 Fifth StrA- AtftNRYtIUNOLD BKALKK INJ Staple and Fancy BrocaiWs A FIRST SLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whltklei a Specialty date Nit use 540 W WALNUT MONON ROUTE r BETWEEN LOUISVILLE AND CHICAGO BEST LINE TO French Lick and West Bided Spoilt UNION STATION LOUISVILLK- DEARBSRN STAT10 CHICAGO dally cad Parlor torn Pa1M Btw Rt eat IIe4M+ enKi HJIlc Iii D 1VA H W Cer Faialtlt ltd HariMf +M wjk VV I 1 j I Y r= e KENTUCKY XRISEI A1i2iRIC 1 oaasoiNNe+WT9 VITWWW i MAY CITIZENS BLOSSOM HONEY a remedy for Coughs Asthma Bron of great merit Hundreds of peo Honey We print a few testimonials after all other remedies have anodyne poisons which are so dan poisonous cough remedies frequently life May Blossom Honey contains I yet infallibly relieves croup Louisville Ky Dec 13 1910 1 suffered more or less with an affliction of IIPROMINENT on the market For the past ten say that the relief is so marked that daysff for another month my troubles will JOHN RV PFLANZ i Louisville Ky November 17 1910 that I have had occasion to use May Bios used by others and in my opinion it is the it is recommended Very sincerely yours i EDWARD SCHOPPENHORST Bottle rED HONEY NNN00 LOUISVILLE at All N Druggists KENTUCKY CO NONONON1010011N11 N1Ne For Your Furniture Wantsi 1 WANT YOUR TRADE i i My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best IJAMESi GREENE 425 427 and 429 East Market Street- NNNN0NNN11N1PN11101NON0101NN0 + + + + Piano Values==Our Methods In advertising our piano values and our methods it Is our purpose to advise with all along intelligent lines the course to pursue In selecting a 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 you make your selection by investing a small amount of cash as first Our onepricepolicy must convince even the most doubt Ing of our superior service in treating one customer the same and Is a point to be well considered when pur chasing a piano We Invite inspections and comparison MONTENEQRORIEHMl MUSIC CO Interpolated 688600 FOURTH AVENUE WMN 1 GIVE A REBATE TICKET Good for ten cents in trade with I my New Blend Coffee at 2 12 Ibs 65c Phone a Trial Order f JOHN M MULLOY Bit Phone ijaj 01O W JMAR1CIET STREET I oo rXKfQn NINOONIlNNNNNNONN WEWANT YOUR WORK Were Prepared to Do It Promptly I I and in FirstClass S- tylePRINTINGF Cards Bill Heads Letter Heads Circulars Dodgers Etc Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty HOME PHONE 946 j KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN eio wxssrr 0110111 STRR1ECT 1t4+ t9 + N GEHER SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET SKII ItIC C8IKBRATHD NMQRTII STAR REFRIGERATOR The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Colnbigeenota few but all features of practical value tb tare conridared d alr Nd dlrable lataOM RaG uNOBQUALItrII I bllon J C LEFT QUICKLY J Paul Daley rinds Wiles of Woman Too Strong iJ Paul Daley who came to Louis till sad posed as a reformer gave Jecturee la certain churches andre Mired pay for them was fined and put under bond In tho Police Court on Tuesday on a charge of disorderly cnduct Daley was arrested in a house of questionable repute on Monday His feminine companion was taken into custody at the same time and both were sadly In need of raiment when the arrests were made Even his attorneys were Irath to offer a defense for him Daley admitted that he had gone wrong said that ho was tempted by a beautiful woman and fell Friends paid his fine a local merchant fur nished bond for him and Daley shook the dust of Louisville from his feet and hied for other fields where the twath he cuts in the white slave traffic Is unknown SHOCK WAS GllEAT Big Stove Tell When Andy Kast Offered to Treat There aro some people in Louis ville who believe that Andy Kast the competent head of the Sewer and Drain department is a sorcerer and they date the reasons for the faith that Is In them Last Wednesday night Mr Kast and a number of friends who had been in attendance at a meeting of civic interest stopped at Dove Qarveys cafe on Fifth avenue to refresh themselves after several hours of dry debates Some one bought a round of drinks Some une followed suit and by and by It was suggested that it was Andy Kasts turn to treat Andy said ho had Intended to do that very thing What will have boys ttJUBt to pieces without warning and appar ently without cause Tho drum base and grate crumbled into small frag ments The legs and part of the coalBIwas filled with soot and smoke Dave Garvey Councilman Tom Garvey Dr John T Chawk Jacob Hubbuch John J Barry William J Connelly and Michael J Walsh organized a volunteer firemens corps and ex tinguished the flames When It was all over it developed that Andy Kast bad vanished in the smoke Like tho fairy in Aladdin and His Lamp Andy Just faded away JUG CLASS To Be Initiated by Mackin Council Very Soon Hon Samuel L Robertson pro sided over a well attended meeting of Mackln Council on Monday night Twentytwo applications were ro ceived and five were elected to mem bership The Library Committee re ported progress and asked the members to furnish the names of tho magazines desired All arrange ments were completed for the Initiation of a large class on Sunday February 19 to be followed by a banquet at the Louisville Hotel on the same evening The last chanco to propose candi willbenext Monday evening when at least fifteen moro names will be proposed It is expected that a class of fifty candidates will receive the degrees Speaker Robert T Burke called upon George J tautz who addressed the council on his recent trip through the State Chairman Bex J Sand also made a brief address and Thomas D ClInes recited several In teresting stories MOVING PICTURES For next week tile CaMiC lad Orpheiim picture houses bay an other run of entirely MIT dims that ane sure to plans tkelf pMreu nidta b iAf entettalatagtkarwth be found InitructtY and better than altA utirr 1 IA 7 SOCIETY DIRECTORYY A O 11- DIYiSON 1 Meets at Falls Clty Hall on First and Third Tuesday President William Murphy Vice President Anthony Tomp kins Recording Secretary Joseph E FarrellFinancial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Thomas P Lawler Sei geantatArmsLoiJls Roller DIVISION 2 Meet First and Third Wednesday Campbell and Broadway PresldcntCJ Ford Vice PresidentErnest Smith Recording Secretary William T Moolian Financial SecretarYJohn J KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergoahtatAras W 8 Nally DIVISION 3 Meoio First and Third Mondays Ilncteehth and Portlan- dPresidentD J Coleman Vice PresidentHugh Hourigan Recording Secretary Thomas Stevnns Financial SecretaryJ O Hes slonTreasurerD J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJames Stevens Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 MondaTBertrandHall President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial Secretary Thomas J Langan TreasurerHarry Brady Assistant Financial Secretary D J Rcllly- SergeantatArms William Cal laghanSentlnelM McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesday At Elks Hall County President Lawrouc FordPresldentJohn G Cole Vlco President J E Murphy Recording Secretary Hugh Mc GrodyFinancial SecretaryJohn Hogan Treasurer B A Coll SergeantatArms Michael Oar ritySenttnelThomas Qloason MarshalMichael Noon Y lI I 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 SecretaryF Q Adams Recording SecretaryR Osborne Corresponding Secretary H Ker borgTrcasurerW A Lin- kMarshalJ H Sheehan Inside Sentinel P Andriott Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart tpER 1 =dVE Can Sleep Well and Irna Splendid 1 AppetiteIndustry Feb 1 1909 The person for whom I used Pastor Koenlga Nerve Tonic Is a 56 year old lady she suffered from want of appetite of sleeplessness and was BO weak that sho could hardly walk a distance of about a mile when she had formerly done with cose with out having to take a reel several times she also had spells of dizziness and fainting when In presence of many persons ono bottle ao of at the Tonic sheall right has splendid appetite can sleep well and Is strong again Rev W DemeL Step by step disappeared my nerv ousness after I had taken one bottle of Pastor Tonic writes Mr Win Gordon 620 Cth St Louisville Ky FREE A Valuable Book on Ner Samplebottletlents also get the medicine free Prepared by the RET FATHER Roe rte of Fort Wayne lad since 1878 and now by tho- KOENIQ MED CO Chicago III 108 Lake Street Sold by Dr RIta at SI per UottU 6 for 65 Urge Slze S176 6 BottU for 99 In not one Is there an objectionable feature These are tho standard houses of the city and always cater to ladles and chlldror- iSAVAGEIIAW60N Miss Natalie J Rawson and Cornelius J Savage well known young people of this city were quietly married at the Cathedral of tho Assumption last Saturday after noon The Rev Father Rock per formed the ceremony Without delay tho young couple took a train for Cincinnati and other paints east and north The brldo Is the daughter of Mrs J A Fitzgerald The groom Is a rising young journalist of the Louisville Times staff- MACAULExS THEATER Denman Thompsons Old Home stead company will be the attraction at Macanleys Theater 011 of next week with tho usual matinees on Wednesday arid Saturday Among the cast Is the veteran actor Charles H Clarke who made his debut In 1858 He IB now playing the part of Seth Perkins one of the Old Boys Old Homestead has al ways been popular in Louisville STRIKING BARBERS BAM Tho Barbers Local Union will give a ball at Li derkranz Hall on Monday February 20 the entire proceeds to be devoted to the fund for the striking ltarbersriu nCJt- atlll out on ilrlk claim they are confident of winning In the end and how tpirlv4 from the ball will easy tfem to a jwecMtful ltd 0Uu + ooMoM eox tooX ooK t b r4rr83I HHn I 4JrII fi fiI13 j IRISH AMERICANH p B Y I 1 Brightest Catholic Weekly in the Southwest 1 yytt I I e r YpY ON DpLLAR PER YEAR 4 fb Y tt LsttI B Ifou War t All the News and Particulars of Happenings l- t in alholic Circles Here and Elsewhere Take This Paper Xiyy n i1 ItI ti oooox 0000 10xty r QUEEN OF NELSON Wins 350 in St Lou s Bowling Tournament The Queen of Nelson bowling leap of this city won 350 in prize mon y- In tho National howling tournament which closed at St Louis last Mon day This is tho best showing evor made by a Louisville team in tho na tlonal event Chicago being the only city in tho country finishing ahead ojf the locals The score of 2768 made by the Queen of Nelson team for three games is especially good bet ing an average of 922 23 per gamd The team lines up as follows t Hllmar Ehrmann manager AI Ft Martin Captain John J Barry Albert D Gregg Newton Fl Selbcrt William Fruechtenichtl Charles Zlnk John D Ootken and J X Klnbergor scorer Louisville bowlers won over 10001 the largest Individual winner bolnd Sheldon Caron with 120 The Old Charter team from this city was the only disappointment proving a rank fizzle In tho tournament who seem to have done their best rolling I In the newspapers before leaving home PRIESTLY HONORS Come to Oneof Louisvilles- GermanAmerican Boys i Tho Rev Dominic Miller a former- Louisville boy was ordalned pclest by the Right Rev Bishop Keanoj mortrfingHo ciscans or Order of Minor don ventualsFather Miller was born in Louis ville on January 7 1888 His par ents were prominent members of St Maryn congregation His father died when the boywas very young Sdme years later his mother died and young Dominic became an Inmate of St Josephs Orphan Asylum He had inherited piety and other Christian virtues and gave early evidence that ho had a priestly vocation- In 1901 the Very Rev Father Leo Greulich O M G sent young Miller to tho preparatory college at Tren ton N J After ho had completed his course there he was sent to the seminary at Syracuse N Y In 1904 he mado his first vows as a member of the Order of Minor Conventuals In 1907 he went to Montreal Can ada to complete his studios in theology and philosophy He has been ready for ordination for several years but had to wait until ho at tained the required age Father Miller will be one of the assistant priests t the Minorites Convent at Douglas Wyo SOCIAL SESSION To Follow Next Meeting of Division 3 A O M There was an excellent attendance at tho meeting of Division 3 A 0 H on Monday evening with Presi dent Coleman presiding John Gib bons was obligated Pat Cunning ham who has been ill was reported unimproved while John Purtlll was said to be Improved President Coleman mado a report as to the County Boards plans for the celebra SergtJohninitiation he witnessed at a meeting of Division 4 and complimented the degree team Short talks were made on timely topics by Patrick T Sullivan Mar WI111amIon the progress made by rival teams headed by Thomas Quinn and Lawrence Mackey The next meet Ing wjll bo followed by a social session and an amplitude of refreshments I ATTAINS FIFTIETH YEAR The Right Rev Thomas F Hickey Bishop of Rochester N J quietly celebrated the fiftieth golden mile stone of his life last Saturday and received many congratulations on the event Bishop Hickey was born in Rochester In 1861 Ho received his ecclesiastical education In St atTroyjutor to BlBhop McQuald Upon the death of that prelate Blafaop HIckey succeeded to the blaboprle Ha American one of the hierarchy youncettt m mbrs of 11II Y td i eta Investment Property A special bargain in colored property consisting of double cottage renting for 16 per month Price 1350 Two cottages renting for 20 per month 1650 Good clean property in best of condition Some one gets a bargain Let us show you We also have some fine residences near the Dominican church Sixth and St Cat- herineOREILLYCO 512 Paul Jones Building Home Phone 2755 taor Try That Captain I I Mike Home Phone I 5337 B J SAND Distributor 722 WEST JEFFERSON ST ALLI IT- SMOIES RIGHT iiiI i8BE S JRE TO CALL FORIMcKENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE 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