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Jiwteaw tt rwc m f fs r KENTUCKY IRIll kMERICAN v VOLUME XXVIINO22 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY DECEMBER 2 1911 PRICE FIVE CENTS POPE PIUS Presided Over Most Important Consistory ot Recent Years Three Americans and Sixteen J Others Made Princes ot Church Bestowal of the ted Hat and Stately Ceremony On Thursday I GREETED AT AMERICAN COLLEGE In the Hall of Consistories at the Vatican Monday tho formal ratifica tion of the Popes nomination of eighteen new members of the Sacred College was carried out with simple ceremonial The striking feature of the consistory which was attended only by the Pope and the Cardinals o resident In Rome as well as the via lUng Cardinals was the elevation of three American prelates Monsignor Farley Archbishop of New York Monsignor OConnell Archbishop of Boston and Monsignor Falconlo the Apostolic Delegate at Washington who now retires from that office The actual bestowal of the red hat was reserved for Thursday when the public consistory was held In the Hall of the Beatification and a much more stately ceremony marked the occasionThe himself seemed to feel the great Importance of the event with respect to the relation of Amer tea to the church In private con Kiroatlon he said that the flourishing Iwould of Catholicism InAmerlca remain in history as one of the chief characteristics of bis pontifi cate It was a decree of Plus X which removed America from the Jurisdiction of propaganda thus lift Ing It out of the class of missionary lands and the granting of three Car dinals to the great republic Is knce that that country has now raised in the eyes of the Holy o thp same level as the Euro vile countries which have a tad i attachment to the church Cardinals Falconlo Farley and OConnell after the ceremony re paired to the American College where more than 600 visitors came to offer congratulations Among the numberwero BeventeenCardinalsr4n eluding Cardinals Rampolla Van nutelll Martinelli and Logue The three Cardinals lunched at the cola whore they were enthuslas cally greeted by the students The announcement is made that the Pope has created another Car dinal in pectore The Identity of the prelate thus honored Is of course secret but those best informed think that the now Cardinal will bciho Patriarch of Lisbon Mondays ceremony though com raJvoly simple was carried out Itt a stately dignity and form that t1 characterized the institution Im the earliest days Save for those frtlclpatlngjt might have been a feno fromtne thirteenth or four ferith century in olden times the Lcjedr College met in secret contort and there discussed and nally decided upon the Popes nom atlona Frequently objections were Liffd to candidates and their names were never proclaimed Hence the privacy of the meeting At prosent however the consent of the mem hors to the Papal programme is assured in advance and the election is purely formal The consistory was set for 9 oclock As the moment arranged 6r ibe appearance of the Pontlt approached the assemblage thethronery ardlnal Blsho IS in another the r nal priestdf to whom the new F AmerCar nals will be added while CaTdin the ishfeaconelo Behind riche the Cardinals wor the Patriarchs Arch heads ot ordersp- othor BIB cps bishoPS high m rsonages and various fam lar to the Papal Court verllOns presently the door at the rear of wa opened and the noble in their brilliant uniform- stppeareilOaJdng guards way for the white clad flgureof Holiness Fol lowed bY Swiss guards and his suite ontJfpaused tor a moment at presentthetthe etedhem and then walked to the tre iThe procession before the followed Immediately Each y according to precedence ched u In turn and kneeling the Papal ring It was a long Tesome ceremony which Plus re with great patience As the- f the number paying homage n lto his place the master of nonlet loudly proclaimed Extra est and gradually the greater thor withdrew until the Pontiff the Cardinals were left alone for duties which had brought them therPlus X broke the silence t followed voicing a simple aver and then still sitting dolly ed a brief allocution The oonfirmatlpns campleted the aster of ceremonies threw open the jloor and the Noble and Swiss Guards reentered and escorted the Pope to his apartment The Cardinals lingered a few moments and then returning toi the waiting carriages were driven to their residences or temporary stopping places where the usnal receptions were held Monsignor Nlcol Dammloo Von tI fIca 1 master of eerdmonlee left the atlean forthwith to carry to each soCardinal tie official aotio of s appointment He was aceom Rniedbr Cardinal Merry del Val o C n n1 the Papal Secretary of State They drove to the American College whore they were met by Monsignor Ken nedy the Rector the Vice Rector Monsignor OHorn and the Spiritual Director Monsignor Mahoney and accompanied to the ball of the college which was decorated with the Cardinal red On one side of the throne was a picture of the Pope painted by A Mullor Ury of New York and on the other side were the statue of the Immaculate Conception a bust of Plus IX the founder of the college a bust of Washfngton draped with the American flag and pictures of Cardinal Gibbons the late Cardinal McCloskey and the late Archbishop Konrick of St Louis In a corner of the hall was a group of American and Papal flagsMany prominent ecclesiastics and Americans witnessed the ceremony that followed when the master of ceremonies was IIntroduced and pro sented to the neoCardinals Farley OConnell and iFalconlo the formal notices of their election At the same time he congratulated each heartily Official visits followed between the diplomats and the Cardinals the aristocracy the Knights of Malta high ecclesiastics and many Ameri cans now In Rom- eMACIIN COUNCIL Nominates Officers at Big Meeting Monday Night Mackin Council held a largely at tended and enthusiastic meeting Monday night when the four mem bers on the sick list were reported Improving The membership contest that will end with the initiation next January was launched with John H Sheehan and William L End as captains of the opposing teams of ten members each Following an in teresting discussion of subjects in Christian doctrine which will be con tinued regularly during the winter months the nomination of officers for the ensuing year took place President Samuel Robertson who has given Mackin Council one of its most satisfactory and successful adminis trations was the unanimous choice for another term but declined the honor because of his duties and nec essary absence from the city as a Representative In the Kentucky Legislature The candidates nomin ated are as follows Chaplain Rev Martin Welle kamp PresidentFrank G Adams First Vice PresidentA C Link Second Vice PresidentWilliam RlhnFinancial Secretary William Link Recording Secretary RoberM Os borne Corresponding Secretary Ge rgo J LautzTreasurer Joseph Steltenpohl Robert D Burk- eMarshalJohn Sheehan George Condor Inside Sentinel + Peter Andrlott fiayniond Riddle William End Outside Sentinel Joseph Higgins James L Mullarkey Frank Lanahan Joseph Kiefer Executive Committee five to be elected Samuel Robertson John Lynn Adolph Andrlott Charles S Raldy Martin Noone Sherley Cuniff Dr J A Casper Leo Klnsella P T Sullivan William End Ed Dillon Joseph Buffehr Medical Examiners two to be electedDr AR Blzot Dr Will lam Dwyer Dr M Casper The election will take place at the club house Monday night and will be celebrated by a large smoker USEFUL LIFE CLOSED Another devout and respected member of St Louis Bertrands par ish has been called to her eternal re ward Monday evening at the res- Idence of her daughter Mrs John Barrett 847 South Twentyeighth street occurred the death of Mrs Margaret Brown at the age of sixty two years Coming to this country from Ireland while a young girl her life had been spent here and had been marked by kindness to her neighbors and charity for the distressed Besides her husband Dan tel Brown with the Louisville Nashville railroad she leaves five sons Edward John Daniel Morris and Harry Brown and two daugh ters The funeral was held Wednes day morning at St Louis Bertrands and was largely attended NAMES MISS BROWN Judge James Quarles assumed the bench for the first time In the First division of the Chancery branch of the Jefferson Circuit Court Tuesday morning and the first order he caused to be entered was that ap pointing Miss Nora R Brown court stenographer under him to succeed Miss Emily Overman who was court stenographer under Judge Robert W Bingham Miss Brown has been private stenographer for GOT A E Willson at Frankfort She was sten ographer for Gov Wlllson before he was elected Chief Executive of the State Miss Brown at once entered upon the duties of her new position She Is well known in the courts and her appointment will be approved by the members of the bar CENTRAL COMJIITTKB The regular monthly meeting of the Central Committee 0 K of A will take placeatSt Marys Hall next Friday night when the impor tant buslneta will be the annual elec tion of officers During the patt few months the body bee awakened an Interest In the Catholic Knights of America and with the beginning ot the xeyr yarWiti proposed to arrange a series of meeting that will Include every parish in the city Every delegate Iis urged to attend this meeting J 11 r IJo INAUGURATIONt Programme Being Completed For Trip of Jefferson County Democracy Campaign Plug Hats Bamboo Canes and Special Train the Feature Vain Attempt On ot the Post to Criticise Mayor Heads- Administration SOME LIVE POLITICAL GOSSIP From present Indications the en tire Democracy of Louisville and Jefferson county headed by Chair man Frank McGrath of tho City and County Executive Committee Sheriff Al Emler and County Attorney Scott Bullltt will be present to witness the Inauguration of Govelect James B McCreary and their fellow towns man Lieut Govelect Edward J McDermott on Tuesday December 12 at Frankfort as a special train has been chartered the tickets going like hot cakes The round trip will cost 4 which includes railroad tare campaign plug hat and bamboo cane the bats being furnished by Shleman Bosse and are very attractive The distribution of hats and canes will begin next Tuesday December 5 at the Sheriffs office and those contemplating making the trip would do well to put in their appli cation early The Louisville delegation will be headed by Prof Edward Morbachs military brass band of twentyfive pieces while the CovIngton Newport and other delegations will also be ac companied by bands of music Separate cars on the special train will be provided for the different delegations from the legislative districts while a refreshment car will be carried with a variety ot soft drinks for the weary travelers On their arrival there a parade around the streets of Frankfort will be first on the pro gramme in wblch the out in the State delegations will participate in Its editorial cdlumns on last Monday the Evening Post quoted the Kentucky Irish American in its criti cism of the Haldemans In attempt Ing to dictate the nomination for Mayor ano otherTrfllcesin the coming elections after the weak support given the Democratic party in tho recent election and in spite of which the party was given a majority of over 5000 in this district This Is not done to read the CourierJour nal and Times out ot the party but In Justice to the boys in the trenches who do the work and who should be given the preference In suggesting nominations and in a distribution of the offices and the pie outside ot the city printing which seems to be a very liberal reward for the above Journals This is not done at the sug gestion of any one man or set of men as the Post Insinuates but as a matter of mere Justice to all con cerned Argus the political writer and dopester on the Louisville Herald Is in danger of losing his reputation IfI he comes forward with any more statements like that one of Wednesday when he stated that Daniel EI OSulllvan would probably be Assist ant Attorney General to the newly elected Attorney General James GrInett This Is very far from the truth as later announcements will prove fn this connection It can be stated that Chairman Van Sant of the State Democratic Campaign Committee kept the fact of OSulllvan being con nected with the Democratic press bu reau a secret until after the election proving himself an astute politician as all good critics are unanimous in saying that It would have cost the party votes If it had become known The Evening Post will find Itself in a hopeless minority in criticising Mayor Heads admlnlstraton as it Is being conceded on all sides that Mayor Head has made the best Mayor In the history of the city of Louisville and is now stronger with the general public than when inaugu rated The administration has the best disciplined and efficient police and fire department possible and has made many improvements in our streets sewers and other public utili ties The two future years will If anything prove more successful as there has been a continual struggle In the past two years to wipe out the debts of the Grinstead administration and in reorganizing all branches of the public service CUPID WAS BUSY Cupid was busy this week also tho clerks at the Court House who on Tuesday Issued marriage licenses to Thomas J Nally of Bloomfield and Rosa J Donahue John A Don lonaf Nashville James Hogan and Agnes 0 Heffernan William P Keep and Mary A Feeley Frank H Mattingly and Irene Jacqiaemln Peter A Crltes and Nellie Ridge Tony Fontana and Elizabeth Delsln ger Michael J OHearn and Alice M D P Fitzgerald and Lillian McDonald Otto B Wlrth and Mary Welsh and nineteen other oouples PRB8IDKNT ATTENDED at Patricks church at Washington was thronged at the PanAmerican Tfcaaxiclvtar day celebration when Rev Francis Dooryof Pik Ridge Landing sang the Thus Ankmg u those present may be mentioned President Taft members flf the Cab inet Chief Justice Whlte and Associate Justice McKenaa of the Supreme Court representatives of all the South American lentlons and His Eminence GONE CardinaltOibbonsTO Thomas P Morans Death Causes Wldcspead Sorrow s rt Widespread and very sincere regret was caused by the announce ment which was unexpected so far ae the publlc wore concerned of the death of Thomas P Moran Bailiff of the City Court which occurred Monday morning at the home of his mother Mrs Bridget Moran Browne Twelfth and Zane streets the house in which he was born thirtyseven years ago and In which he always re sided Bailiff Moran had been un der medical caro for several weeks and his constitution which was far from robust was unable shake off the effects of his tryingjlllness Per sonally he was one of the most amiable of men gentle + in his man ners and upright in character He held for several years ihe post of Constable until elected ifto the im portant position of Bailiff of the City Court In that Capacity he won the good opinion of the bar city officials and the public being a man not only of exceptional capacity but of courteous manners and oblig ing disposition ThomafXMoran was a very sincere Catholic and particularly charitable In word and deed Besides h4s othQrhe leaves one brother rob Moran and three sisters Misses Anfija and Mary Moran and Mrs Catharine Ahern As a mark of respect air session of the City Court was held Wednesday morning when the funeral took place and was one of the largest over seen at St Louis Bertrandschuroh of which the deceased hadbeen a life long and faithful member The act- Ive pallbearers were Prank Dugan Charles J Cronan Frank Reculus Martin Donahue Clay Hall Edward D OConnor Mike iPallon and Thomas McDonoghr MARIE GLOVER Will Sing at thcppenlnsrof Sodality Chapel and Grotto MARIE GLOVER The new sodality chapel and grotto at the Sacred Heart Retreat on the Newburg road will be formally opened on Sunday afternoon IJecimber 10v at 330 oclock This new chapel Is a work of arta beautiful shrine erected In honor of the Queen of HeavenThe Passlonlst fathers invite all their friends and well wishers to lend the pleasure of their attendance on that day to share in their homage to the Blessed Virgin Mary The Blessedness of Mary will be the sub ject of the sermon to be delivered by one of the most eloquent of the Pas slonlst fathers For this occasion the exercises wUlbe of an unusually beautiful and impressive character and many will doubtless wish to wit ness the opening of tne grotto An attractive musical programme has been arranged under the direc tion of Mrs Chase and a special feature will be the solo of Miss Marie Glover who last week made her American debut and Is well known in musical circles of Louisville Miss Glover intended sailing for Europe this week but her friends have prevailed upon her to remain here un til after the Christmas holidays RECENT DEATHS Mr and Mrs N W Crawford 643 South Fifth street are mourning the death of their eighteenyearold son Charles Crawford who fell a victim to tuberculosis Besides his parents he leaves three brothers and one sister all of this city The fu neral was held Monday morning from St Louis Bertrands church The funeral of John Mullarkey whose sudden and unexpected death shocked his friends took place Sun day afternoon from St Patricks cHurch Deceased was the son of the late Patrick and Bridget Mullarkey and had spent ibis life In the West End Surviving him are two brothers James and Patrick Mullarkey and one sister Mrs Fred Crowley of Chicago The funeral of Thomas Shelley who was found dead Sunday morn Ing took place Tuesday morning from Sacred Heart church The deceased was the son of the late James and Mary Shelley and was thirtyfive years old and unmarried When dis covered the body was In an attitude of supplication which leads to the belief that he was suddenly stricken while returning to ibis home Frank P Baron aged seventysix a highly esteemed member of St Johns parish died Tuesday morning at his home 327 Fehr avenue fol lowing an illness of uraemia For many years he was inthe hardware business In this city but retired from active commercial life a short time ago Ho Is survived by a widow four sons and three daughters The fu neral took place from St Johns Rev Father Schuhman officiating at the solemn requiem services WILL RECEIVE HABIT Miss Emma Stey one of the most popular young ladle of St Brlgldo church and an active worker la charity eirclea who entered Nat thehsbltcember tW qyy lfi- t r It f BIRETTA l Conferred on Thirteen Created Cardinals at Mondays Consistory Impressive Ceremony Occurred in Largest Hall at the Vatican Places Official Seal Upon Crea tion ot Princes of the Church AMERICANS GREATLY HONORED With all the Impressive ceremony of the Roman Catholic church Pope Plus X publicly conferred the red biretta symbol of the Cardinalate upon thirteen of the new Cardinals who were created Monday among them Cardinals Falconlo Farley and OConnell of the United States The ceremony took place In the con- sistorial haJJ of the Vatican and before a brilliant assemblage of pre lates Each Cardinal as ho ad lanced before the Pontiff knelt in the last genuflexion which he will make to the Pope Hereafter the only mark of honor In greeting to the Pontiff will be the kissing of the Popes hand as the Cardinals have been elevated to the dignity of Princes of the church The new Cardinals proceeded to the Vatican accompanied by their suites and to receive at the Popes own hands the insignia of their high office With the biretta was given the accompanying skull cap of red Cardinal Falconlo was driven from the Franciscan monastery of St An thony Cardinal Farley from the Hotel Bristol and Cardinal OConnell from the Hotel Quirinal Cardinal Farley who holds hto distinction of being the head of the largest Ameri can diocese was accompanied to the Vatican by Monsignors WG Mur phy and J V Lewis and a nephew the Rev John H Farley Monsignor Lewis Is Cardinal Farleys secretary The ceremony put the official seal upon the secret con sistory of Monday when the new Princes of thhf church were created It was also the first occasion upon which the newly created Cardinals came officially into the presence of the Pontiff Pope Plus was accompanledby a gorgeous retinue of prelates of his household in purple robes Their showing was almost as resplendent as that of the Cardinals themselves Pope Pius was borne aloft In the famous sedla gesatorla which was carried by Swiss guards in brilliant uniforms After leaving the chair the Pontiff seated himself upon the Papal throne Around him were members of the ancient Roman no bility his sisters and nieces the Grand Master of the Order of St Joseph Malta members of the dip lomatic corps and others Admittance was by ticket but only a fraction of the great number who sought to view the spectacle could be accom modatod The thirteen Cardinals entered in solemn procession Each after kiss ing the Popes hand delivered his special address which had been pre pared for this occasion Each Car dinal knelt as the official cap was placed on his bead At the con clusion of the ceremony the Papal Delegates left Rome for Madrid to confer upon Cardinal Vlco the in signia of his Investiture They will then go to Vienna to perform a sim- Ilar office for Cardinal Olmutz and then proceed to the other Cardinals The absent Cardinals will make oath to come to Rome next year for the red bat consistory which will be held on Easter Then it is likely the name of the nineteenth Cardinal created at Mondays secret consistory will be made public The biretta conferred Is a square cap with three ridges extending out ward from the center to the top The ecclesiastical use of the biretta began when the priests gave up the ancient custom of covering their fiends with the amice till the actual beglning of mass The accompany ing skull cap is known as the zucchetto and is worn In church being removed only at the most solemn moments of service FORTY HOURS PRAYER Tomorrow being the first Sunday In Advent the Forty Hours Adora tion will open at the Cathedral of the Assumption at the high mass continuing until the solemn close Tuesday night These beautiful de votlons should attract a large at tendance at all the services which will be most impressive The decor ation of the sanctuary and electrical illumination will be elaborate and be seen by many for the first time at night r JEFFERSONVILLE Following an Illness of several weeks from a complication of ail ments Mrs Margaret Mahar who was the widow of Andrew Mahar died at her home 405 East Court avenue Jetfersonville Tuesday She was a native of Ireland and was originally Margaret Rlley When a girl she came to this country with her par ents and they located at Pewee Val ley Ky where the daughter married fortyeight years ago A few years later Mr and Mrs Mahar moved to Jeiferaoaville and located in the tease where the widow died and whore her husband expired seventeen years ago Mrs Mahayla survived by I 41 one daughter and three sons as fol lows Miss Mary Mahar Andrew Ma har James Mahar of Jetfersonvllle and Thomas Mahar of Louisville A brother John Riley still lives in Ireland CONFIRMED Appointment of Bishop ODonaKhue and Other Prelates Among the American prelates con firmed in their offices at Mondays consistory in the Vatican were the Right Rev Denis ODonaghuo Bishop of Iioulsvllle James J Keane Archbishop of Dubuque Ed mund F Prendorgast Archbishop of Philadelphia Joseph Koudolka Auxiliary Bishop of Milwaukee John M Laval titular Bishop of Hloro oassaroa and Auxiliary Bishop ot New Orleans Joseph Schrembs Bishop of Toledo Ohio Peter J Muldoon Bishop of Rockford Ill John iParrelly Bishop of Cleveland Edmund M Dunne Bishop of Peoria Ill George W Mundeleln titular Bishop of Loryma and Auxiliary Bishop of Brooklyn James OReilly Bishop of Fargo N Dj Joseph J Rice Bishop of Burlington Vt John Q Lawler Auxiliary Bishop of St Paul Minn John W Shaw Coadjutor Bishop of Santonlo Texas John J Nilan Bishop of Hartford Thomas F Llllls Coadjutor Bishop of Kansas City Vincent Werhlo Bishop of Bismarck N D Timothy Corbett Bishop of Crookston Minn Joseph F Busch Bishop of Lead S- DToseph Chartrand Coadjutor Bishop of Indianapolis John Ward Bishop of Leavenworth Edward P Kelly Auxiliary Bishop of Detroit J H Tlhcn Bishop of Lincoln Neb PRIZE Excites Interest Among the Members of Division Pour Division 4 A O H met Monday evening at Bertrand Hall wltHa good attendance present and all officers on band with the exception of Treas urer Harry J Brady who Is still con fined to his home John Connelly Clarence Zuehmer and Michael Man nlon were obligated by President Hennessy The Visiting Committee reported John Healy as entirely re covered and George Holland and Nicholas Cotter still on the sick list The prize given to encourage attend ance was awarded to Vice President Thomas Lynch S J McElllott Chairman of the Employment Com mlttce reported thaU1Qwaa lea to state that at the present time Di vision 4 had no men on the out of employment list and delivered a short talk on the benefits of this fraternal feature A full attendance is expected at tke next meeting De cember 11 when election of officers will be held and President Hennessy urged every member to be present at the memorial meeting on Sunday December 17 which Is the date for the regular quarterly meeting of all the divisions ST Toomey and N G Rogers are the deceased members of Division 4 during the past year SURPRISE FOR FRIENDS Their many friends were surprised this week when announcement was made of the wedding of Miss Edna Genevieve Murphy and Matthew Or mond Foley which was solemnized at the St Louis Bertrand church on the evening of September 4 by the Rev Father F A Gaffney The young people Intended to announce tlelr marriage the following Sunday but before that time the bride was sent to Indianapolis by her family to visit her sister Mrs George A Perry who was ill The secret was disclosed to the parents of the parties last Sunday and they have since been recoiling congratulations Mrs Foley is the daughter of C C Mur phy and the groom is the sporting editor of the Evening Post Mr and Mrs Foley will temporarily reside at the brides home AWFUL DEATH James A Reddington thirtyfive years old a switchman In the employ of the Illinois Central Railroad Com pany died at 9 oclock Friday night after being run over by a freight train from which he was thrown at Eleventh and Rowan streets Red dington was mangled badly and never regained consciousness Both legs and his rIght arm were crushed off and hIs skull was fractured while his body was covered with cuts and bruises He lived at 1503 Mellwood avenue and leaves a wife and four small children His funeral took place Monday morning from St Jo sephs church attended by a large number of sorrowing friends and relatives UNIQUE DEBATE Should Men Marry Before the Age of Twentythree has been selected as the unique subject for de bate by the debating teams of tho Knights of Columbus and the Y M I of Lexington at the ball of the former the second Monday in December Those who will debate the question for the Knights of Columbus are Edwin Burch and Dan J Crowe Peter Clark and J B Gin ochlo will represent the Y M I In the controversy TAKES IDS PLACE Patrick Flaherty a fireman at the Government Depot In Jeffersonvllle who was struck by a train at Ekin avenue and Locust street several months ago sustaining Injuries that I fatalhasresumedi tjipally recovered 1 c NOME RULE Liberals in Paraliamcnt Arc Won Over to Side ot the Irish When Commons Again Assembles the Last Battle Will Be On Leaders Will Got Together and Draft Bill During Recess OPPOSITION WILL BE VAIN Parliament closes with home rule the big issue of the hour When Parliament assembles again the last battle for home rule will be on For lit is a foregone conclusion that home rule will win For now all liberal England has been won over to tho side of the Irish Indeed Ireland and the Irish have become actually majorityNotParnell has the cause of Ireland been accorded such sympathetic sup port among English people Wher speakersRedmondthe rest have spoken In their recent campaigning in England they bave been enthusiastically received This la the latest news from London and Is believed to be thoroughly reliable The recess will be devoted largely to informal discussion of the pro posed home rule bill Tho Liberal and Irish leaders will get together and go over the tentative draft of the bill in detail with a view to solving some of the major difficulties before the bill finally goes before Parlia alreadybeenmittee has been working upon the bill In general while a committee of financial exports has been working en the specific question of the financial relation between Ireland and Englandone of the knottiest problems to be solved Just what form the bill will as sume cant well be forecasted Some of the papers are publishing what purport to be outlines of the bill but none of these Is regarded as more than a guess One of the first ques FederaldThere Is a large class of home rulers especially Welsh and Scotch who favor home rule only In blanket form they want Welsh and Scotch borne rule too Of course the plea is logical but there Is grave question as to whether Federal home rule ran be put over now Consequently many of the Irish leaders while not objecting to Federal home rule in principle urge that the fight be a made for Irish borne rule now as In he past since there Is every indication that Irish home rule can be secured while there is some question as to the success of Federal homo rule They tell the Federal home rulers that they can accomplish more by fighting for Irish home rule as rIghtingtheonceThe Tories will base their fight against home rule on the question with1theof religion The nonconformists of the north of Ireland will do all In maybetion will be vain For the fact is that now the fight for home rule is practically over There only remains to go through a sort of a sham battle before the shouting begins- T P OConnor also cables that the home rule campaign is going on with the same steadiness and the same enthusiasm All over the coun try the meetings packed and en thusiastic continue to greet all of the Irish speakers The Eighty Club a formidable organization of the younger race of Liberals now Is organizing a separate campaign The last was another feverish week full of significant events and throbbing with many alarms The Tories are cheered by their big victory over the Liberals in Somerset and their increased majority in Hertford and Somerset The defeat Ministryhaslargelyduoworkingman as the candidate in a rural constituency The increased majority in Hertford was natural when a Cecil was a candidate in tho county with which the Cecil family + has been associated for centuries XMAS APPEAL The Rev P J Wendel S V D of Meridian Miss who last year started a parish with only three Catholics that now numbers fortywith 160 children In the parochial school makes the following XmasteDeal for his loWDeargoothingsyouknow littieChristmas is like any other day In the year The SJsters and thels tearthemBethlehem and to make good and themPleasecusla place on your ChrlitmisKlft liar These little ones spray for yeYl Any contributions may HI Meat tdOlnfweatworstaneesp l Iur w P s tk x 4 KENTUOKY IRISH AlaERICAN KiIRiSHTUr I flMERlGM devoted to the Social tad Moral Advanccmeneot ol Irish Americans and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KBNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICK ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY Ie Entered at the Lonlivlll Pottoffle u SewndClau rutttr Mdren all CoMpaalMtUai te tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 3IWI West Oree St UNION COUNCIlTRADES IJIaFl LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY DECEMBER 2 1911 ALLOOunONI From tho meagre reports WO have received of the allocuton e oft Pope Pius X delivered at MondaysI consistory It is gleaned that the Holy Father began by sayIng that the present year Is a year of mourning for the church All feel that this phrase alluded to the clamorous commemoration of the Italian Jubilee which It Is felt offended thi I rights of the Holy See Through tbeI manifestations of sectarians hatred tho Catholic faith the toI continues was promoted thus fending the faithful of the whole world while the supreme greatnessII of Italy Is this faith which had inspired every civil progress and whichI alone Is the source of peace and last Ing prosperity The Pope lamentedI the Immunity whlch was granted to tho enemies of religion in Rome especially tho Iniquitous body as he refers to them which opposed tho existence of God and the Christian order Plus X then dwelt with the persecution of the church in Portugal by the name body and expressed tho hope that tho Portugueso nation boasting of centuries of attachment to the church would react against her enemy The evils of modernist and naturalism were counterbal ancod the Pope continued everywhere by the love of the Holy Eucharist as was proved by the congresses held In Cologne London Montreal and Madrid Spain especially had he said demonstrated ber true religious sentiment He ended with the hope that God would pre serve her from the evil threatenlni her peace and happiness SCHOOL SYSTEM During the past week the daily press have given currency to rumor that bills for the abolition of the present public school system would be Introduced In the neXt Legislature when there was no foufidatlon In tact for them To all is apparent the truth that tho public school management for the past year has beer somewhat disappointing owing to fads and regulations introduced un der Supt Holland and the present board but they are not such as can not be remedied When so much Is Invested the people want the best return lor their money and when r v Improvements are suggested they should not be taken to mean the abolition of the schools which is Impossible NEEDS OF NATION Discussing tho needs of the nation and capital and labor unity Gov Dix gives expression to views worthy of earnest consideration The industrial strike he says was once the ccapted means of settling disputes betweenuqr and capital but today It Is superseded by the arbitral tribunal Tholworld needs indus trial peace peace founded on justice right and human brotherhood The world needs economic peace The world needs a cessation of dema gogic attacks and appeals to class prejudice This nation of ours can maintain its comamnding position as a pioneer in the enduring progress and civilization of mankind only In the measure that there Is partici pation In public affairs in civic con trol and in municipal State and national government by patriotic and unselfish men of business in every State In the Union The time has come for words of peace and justice Economic and political evils have existed and do exist They exist in every country In the world Reform is needed tn many directions Yet It remains absolutely true that this nation of ours is sound in every fiber Is still the land of opportunity and that in busi fleas and finance Its leaders and prominent figures are unsurpassed in the world for high aims personal honesty clean conduct and fidelity to Ideals The relations of capital to labor 711 is awell worn phrase yet capital and labor are if not 8ynonyjBo + atlealst Interbleading terms dJ ife capitalist Is a tollerl even if SPPwltli ila brain and tide J fT is a capitalist even if his i capital be that of brawn Em jrer and employed are coming totter understand t1g Industrial e through arbitration is coming IB the rule wher V few years ago as the exception N a George Bernard Shaw resenting the erltioiso of Uw Irish plays and- players by tb Irt tut Am den and Ireland MdBlK in TKrkrife abuse of American Ja whlefc ire 4elzree that his own Dlar the Snrlns U9et tanoo et to ehaMetr study Americas young men of toda 10f are hard drinking foul mouthed persons lost to the de condos of life This abuse w11l convince all that thoIrish are rIght Though they may not be express condemned it Is best for Catholi men to keep away from all secret nonCatholic societies Even where not forbidden their tendencies are usually not in consonance with Cath olio life and liable to lead to grievous evil effects Our socletle are therefore safest and the Proper I place for both young and old men well known Western attorneYI IA spent a week in Now York Clfy and saw Yeats and his Irish players i says that the criticism which theI plays are receiving in Irish and Catli olio papers generally Is well founded The plays are pagan in their nature and not representative of modernI Ireland Gov McCrearys official majority in the whole State is 31335 while 1that for Lieut Gov McDermott 1 is 130644 The latter led tho ticket 1in Louisville tItis only a short time now when Congress will be again In session andi Washington will be the magnet of public attention because of the important legislation expected CROK13U IN KENTUCKY Richard Croker former leader of Tammany Hall New York and who for several years has been living iIin Ireland and devoting his attention largely to the turf arrived In Lexlng ton from Now York to make a vlsl t of several days to E R Bradlej the turfman at tho Jattera stock farm Idle Hour near that city 1lr Crokor was accompanied by Ills daughter Miss Amy Croker They were met at the train by Mr an I Mrs Bradley and taken in automobiles to Idle Hour farm Althougl Mr Croker Is more than sevent years old and his hair and close cropped beard are snow white het seems as alert and vigorous and active as a man twenty year younger He declined to talk about politics and said he expected to makeI a quiet visit to Mr Bradley and per haps visit some of the stock farmsI and other points of interest In the Bluegrass He will then continue his journey to Palm Beach Fla when lie usually spends the winter AGED WOMAN DEAD Mrs Bridget Seery mother of Pa trolman Nicholas Seery of the Nev Albany police department died Tues day night at the family residence 719 East Ninth street after a linger Ing Illness She was eighty years old and was the widow of Patrick Seery Deceased was the mother of Misses Catherine and Margaret Scary of Nev Albany She was a member of HoilY Trinity CatholIa church from which the funeral services were held Friday morningIWILL MAKE PROFESSI NIMiss Mary Cassidy well known and esteemed in the Cathedral par ish who entered the Convent of tbeI Good Shepherd at Carthage and received the habit and name of Sister Mary of St Jerome will make her profession on December 8 A number of her relatives and friends will go to Carthage for the happy ceremonyGREATLY ENJOYED One of tho most enjoyable private Satur1daywas given by tho Jolly well known young ladles BunchII pf some of Mackin popular members There was an abundance of refreshments and those present were given a pleasant time by tho club- 1VELCOME PRIEST VISITOR Rev Father Harry F Kane of St Peters Clavers church pre of the best known and most popular priests In Baltimore was In Frankfort last week on a Ylsltto tys aunt Mrs Kate McKeever arid family on the South Bide The wasthe 11rst time Mrs McKeever ever saw one of her sisters children and Father Kanes visit was mo t gratifying jo her EXPRESS THEm SYMPATHY In a letter to the Kentucky Irish Amedcanexlpressing sorrow over the death of Dennis J Coleman County President Thomas B Howard of Ashland tenders the heartfelt sym p8thy of the Hibernians tB01dbounty to the divisions of Louisville who lost a faithful member and earnest worker fox the pause of Erin SIXTYTITREE The Catholic church begins Its pew ecclesiastical year with sixty bree q rdinalfitYen yren ot whorn Swill bereMaentinRome and hlrtyalr resident of different idlei Romebittylourh rsiwJhnwa elx AusitrJaij 41ly- da tlire of the TJnKqd States two tft Germany and one eaeh to Eng Hollandortugal j StDGIETY Iim jI Mrs John Stoerr has had as her guest her sister Mrs J B DawsonI I of Lebanon I i Mrs John H Wetzel of Deer Park has as her guest Mrs lames Ryan of Baltimore I I Miss Katherine Mattingly has rv turned from a visit to friends In Leb i aeon and Georgetown- Mrs Bernard Dant has been entertaining as her guest Miss Georgia Ferrlell of New Haven Airs Samuel McKenna her euchre club Monday entertainedI her home in Portland I Miss Florence L Mlnton let i Wednohday to spend with Miss friends Virginia in Chicago ThanksgivingII turned from Shelbyvllle where she visited Miss Laura Vannatta i Mrs P J Newman of Portland has had as her guest her mother Mrs S T ODonnell of Eminence Mrs Walter P Lincoln entertained at bridge last Saturday in honor of Mrs John W Kelly of Montgomery Ala Russell Kehoe returned from Hanover College to spend ThankS- giving with his parents In Jefferson vllle I IMrs Mary Hardesty elghtyseve I years old left last week to visit her son John B Hardesty and family at Taylorsvllle Miss Lottie Byrne who has been iaI guest of Mrs W A Taylor in Oak dale has returned to her home 1inI Indianapolis I Upon their return from their wedding trip Mr and Mrs WllllanI Wellman will reside at 1830 Sher wood avenue I Mrs W E McCann of Lexington was here this week visiting he r niece Mrs Harry Woodard North1 Bayly avenue I IIMrs Alexis Schulten gave a de- I llghtful bridge party yesterday after noon to a number of friends at ho r home In the Highlands Among the Kentuckians noticed at the New York Horse Show last week were P H Callahan and A M Delaney both of this city I Mrs John F OBrien loft Tuosda for Birmingham Ala where she will spend several months with her daughter Mrs Thomas Judge r1Irs J Mullen and children of Portland left last week for a hole day visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Ott Wolf at Lebanon Junction I Misses Margaret and Bettle Mc- Kenna who arrived last week for ta visit with friends here have returned to their home at Fairfleld Mrs Ben Gildehaus ontertalne her birthday club with great hospitality Monday afternoon at her home 1408 East Elm street New Albany IMrs H T Esterle has returned I willIavenue Miss Frances Shanley who is at tending Nazareth Academy returned for the Thanksgiving holidays and Is with her aunt Mrs Cella Warrel In the Highlands Mr and Mrs M Gorman and son have concluded a pleasantvisit to Mr and Mrs John Gorman on the Boulevard and returned to their home at Paris Tenn I IMiss Mayme McLaughlin who has been spending several months at I Colorado Springs Is expected hereto be the guest of Mrs Richard Rhodes 3767 Grand boulevard I George J Wehner and Miss Mary L Renn highly respected young peo pIe of New Albany were united In the holy bonds of marriage Tuesday morning at St Marys church in that city Mrs John B Meyer who was op orated on recently at St Mary and Elizabeths Hospital Is recovering rapidly and will soon be able o bo removed to her home 768 South Preston street IMrs Anna Spalding of this cty ot V L Spalding manager of Southern Guardian was e5 peeled In Little Rock Thanksgiving day She will spend the winter with her son and his family Henry tersw s treating verybody to cigars Thanksglylrig day In honor of hla becoming a grand father the stark havfng left a ljne boy at the home of his soninlaw Fl Stemmelen 2213 West Jefferson treat The stork last week visited the homes of Mr and Mrs Thomas O Leary 1832 Portland avenue and tr aid Mrs John W MeNally 2127 Dnm aim street n1at each lett a andsome boy Their arrival was duly celebrated on Thanksgiving day at both homes- Lawrence wrarne ana Miss Nan- nle Stumler were married Tuesday Yenlng at Holy Trinity rectory JI- New Albany Rev father Charles erforinlng the ceremony Both have awfde circle otfriends arid acquaintances who wish them a long and appy marlred life I One of the mot welcome visitors off the pkst week Was the Young tnI that arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs John Ryan 1823 Sherwood venue Friends from alt parts of he city have been making trips too- ie Highlands to Wee the boy and enfler congratulations w t HT and Mw Patrick Tarr ll who t ere marrledIreeentlyatt Ionia I ertradB hurchf were tbe gaeMz I t a dinner In heir 2Io801t the I n home of Mrs Matt Clare 2211 I Dumesnil streettf Monday evening Before her marriage Mrs Farrell Joyce was Miss Bridget Joyce IHor many friends will rejoice to that Mrs James W Klnnarney of CIS East Broadway who has been ill for tho past six weeks and underwent a dellcato but successful opera ton at St Mary and Ellzabethsii Hos pltal Is again at her homo and tho way to complete recovery Ion Lloyd Dale Chlsm and bride who was Miss Helen 0 Barry are spend- Ing their honeymoon in Cleveland rbore they will remain until Januar I when they return to Louisville and will occupy apartments In the Lennox The bride is the daughte ot Mr and Mrs James E Barry South Brook street IMr and Mrs T Al Barrett were a surprise party on Wednesda at their homo on East Mar ket street the occasion being their Ofth wedding anniversary The affair was arranged by their respective motherInlaws Mrs Jacob Hoert and Mrs Mary T Barrett and waS thoroughly enjoyed by the many pre eat Miss Alice M Doyle and Michael J OHearn wore united In marriage at St Cecilias church Thanksgiving afternoon The bride is a popular young lady of St Cecilias parish while the groom is a well knows locomotive engineer and is Secretary Treasurer of the local B of L E Their many friends wish them joy and prosperity Miss Agnes 0 Heffernan and lames B Hogan were united IinI marriage at St Louis Bertrandi church last Wednesday and after tbe ceremony left for an Eastern bride tour They will go to housekeeplni on their return The bride is ia- I daughter of thQ late Patrick Heffer nan and the groom Is a popular res ident of the Dominican parish A pretty home wedding occurre ThuredaYevening when Miss Llllla Hellenman became the bride of Rich and J Brown The bride is theI daughter of Gottlolb Hellenman of I 1406 Sixth street and is a popula BrowII 1 and Is well known In business clr cles They will go to housekeeping In the West End A largely attended and pretty wedding was solemnized Thanksgiv- Ing afternoon at St Anthony church when Miss Frances Waltz be came the bride of Albert Musselman the Rev Father Seraphim Schlanj performing the ceremony After leaving the church the happy coupl and their friends were tendered a reception at the home of the brides parents where they were the recip Icnts of many valuable and handsome presentsMiss Llllle E Muench and Eugene Norton were united In marriage wit a nuptial mass Wednesday morning at St Vincent de Pauls church The bride Is a sister of Joseph Muench connected with tho Associated Press and resides with her sister on Lawton avenue The groom Is twentythree years of age and is a valued employe In the mailing room of the Evening Post He is the son of Mr and Mrs William G Norton 2025 West Main street The couple will reside with the brides brother Joseph Muench 2208 West Main street for the winter J 1 KNIGHTS OF IQIlitBUSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere The first and second degrees were given a large class at Fond du Lac on Thursday The Knights of Milwaukee ran their club house for the last year at a profit of 1356 Syracuse Council has decided to place in each Catholic school of theI city a copy of Dr James J Walshs Popes and Science Sixty candidates received the sec ond and third degrees at Evansville on Thursday About 600 were seated at the banquet that followed The Knights of Lawrenceburg Ind will soon occupy their new home Elaborate preparations are being made for the formal opening Bishop Carrel and Newport Coun cils held Joint memorial services for deceased members Thursday night at tho new home of the Covingtons council x Tho order will spend at least 1QOQO in connection with the memorial of Columbus now being erected by the Government in Washington Syracuse Council has become af filiated with the Federation of- 4merican Catholic Societies the firstcp ncll of the State to heed the suggestion of Cardinal Gibbons that the Knights of Columbus associate Itself with tho great work now car- rIed on by the Federation YOUNG ICONS SOCIAL Falends of the Young Mon 8 Social flub composed largely of the ounger set oft LimerIck were de tghtfnlly entertained a1 a reception lance given Monday night at Utopian rail This was the clubs first en t ertalnmcmt and the committee Ed- rand Wolf Thomas iMullaney and Thomas iElggs have been urged to ive another in the new year CLOSED TUB SERIES Mackln Social Olub loS Its fall arise of entertainments Tanksglv tgeve with a largely attended and enjoyable souvenir dance Each lady resent was the recipient of a hand ome souvenir The officers and members of the club are much elated over the success achieved during the fan series which will be followed by Bother after the holidays WOBTH MILLIONS i Wjq 4h Caihojlc church property I Davenport IB incorporaiad under s dlu Aws of Iowa In Oceordafloe with ii- aUI resent order ofthe Pope avalu I Ion nthat oltycould by conaerys I Jhely la ed M err Z60000 J a N eeHlNNOtHN01-s 1 WALNUT STREET THEATRE SUNDAY BARGAIN MATINEESTUESDAY THURSDAY SATURDAYALL SEATS SGo ii i THE SPECTACULAR AND lIerld1Adapted from Cardinal Wiseman Pablola by Martin V B Elaborately Stated and Perfectly Acted i j iiiiMost Ever Offered at Moderate Prices I hNOfNNNNO W0000 ENGLISH Recognize and Pay High Tril utc to Baltimores Grand Cardinal Leading Catholic Organ SayRI Ills Influence Is AVorll Wide Also Recalls Ills Words ot Comfort When Manning- Died I n tt gI HE IS BELOVED IN BRITAIN In the Current Issue the Lon on Tablet tho leading Roman Catholi organ In England devotes an edi torlal article to Cardinal Gibbons and pays a high tribute to the American Cardinal It mentions the celebra Lion In America of the fiftieth anni versary of his priesthood and the twentyfifth of his Cardinalate and remarks that it will bo difficult for anything to happen to His Eminent now that will not be of the nature o a climax already anticipated HIgh as he is in his ecclesiastical station he has mounted to far more extraor dinary heights In the good will of his fellowcitizens and the affections of his flock In a rapid age the Tablet goe I on to say Cardinal Gibbons hall been slow to move slow to speak inr a trivial time has been wholly sort ous and in a land which witnesses the triumph of materialism he has stood for the things that contradict In so many of their aspects the strength and wisdom and wealth ol the modern world After referring to various phasesI of the Cardinals career the Tablet says There Is about His Eminence a touch of the unexpected that has undoubtedly done much to endear him Precedents from the Middle Ages have not always appealedl to him as binding and he has dorm and said In his day things which seemed quite uncovenanted in the eyes of those to whom custom Is final law and a great prelate little more than a Right Reverend Automation Some body who seeing the Cardinal for the first time saw him put his penny In the blot and seat himself In the weighing chair In a London underground railway station exclaimed that It must be the first time a Prince of the church occupied such a throne Perhaps But the Cardinal who then learned his own weight has made It felt In another sense all the world over He has preached to decadent France a lesson in church freedom He has recognized the human right of a brotherhood such as that ex pressed by the great association of tho Knights of Columbus and has fought triumphantly their battle at the Vatican Other words spoken aptly at a critical moment come to mind words of solaco to Archbishop Keane when he withdrew from the Rectors lp of tho Catholic University at Washington Your noble soul has grown from your noble understand ing you are masterpiece of your own training words of brotherly warn 1ing to Paris American priests would be ellghted to help the French church to shake off Its sloth the sou tbells Is no longer sufficient to draw eopleJo welloondltloried brotherlywelcome to all comers to a Parliament of Re ligions from whose deliberations there resulted ho thought a clearerl apprehension of religion as moaning the love and service of mail greater- liberty of thought and wider toler ance ofopinion being inculcated and the ideas of the Fatherhood of God and the Brotherhood of Man being llearned more thoroughly than ever before And we remember reading the exceedingly American remarks of a paper reported how this Prince of the church when a young priest once stepped into the pulpit ot a Baptist chapel in the absence of Its oninister and conducted a gospel service to the edification of all those assembled Are not all peoples and all tongue gathered within the blessed unity of Peter many wearers1 of one Red mong the rest Very close at- nyrateare the bonds of sympathy between all Cardinals of English speech very close now and in the past and closer yet to boin the difficult days ot the church that are shortly to comes From Cardinal Ribbons as we well remember came the word of comfort to the widowed I jhurch when Manning died Man I ijng the mediator standing be LWMB seed and greed with bands of I mtreaty pleading for the rights of leek 3aborers the cH1ItIIfonoOhris I Ian educattea1 for the waif of the lures the stwUfMt friend ef Ire and And as nfetitabor too at the atieaa CouerJ qfJrt N eaNe oer0 NO NNN0N0fWEEK STARTING MAT DEC 3 NNOO4 e0sOttr I MATINEE PRICES ii1 I INSPIRING which A Play cf P t A ILOUISEt eaoemte dIHONtNOltON1000101010101eNNOGeNNN- t iWARM UNDERWEAR FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN i MISSES VESTS AND PANTS 2Sc Medium weight nicely made pants with drop seat 39c values 25cspecial this week for garment MISSES SOc UNION SUITS 39cSwiss ribbed medium + weight pure white sizes from to years limited r 9threeC 1 j CHILDRENS VELASTIC VESTS AND PANTS i 25ciZ 39c values special this week for w WOMENS 3Sc CORSET COVERS 25c Pure i CandWOMENS SOc UNION SUISTS 38c Swiss rib 38cueliCHILDRENS VALASTIC UNION SUITS SOco 50cdropCHILDRENS SLEEPING GARMENTS SOc i 50cii HERMAN STRAUS q SONS fio AVENUE wrnaanarm STREET f- I 00 NNOIOINNOINOONi0N0100llNNONN00 HOME PHONE 7550 HOUSEHOLD GOODS CHASSFURNITUREit 4 R STOVES RUGS MATTING ETe 321 East Market St North Side Bet Preston and Floyd M j BANNON P BANNON JR H M WOLTRINC PPBaDnan1oor Treat rPipi f Eij Salt PipeBannonsP e for Steam Condait l laaDonirant Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving lire hO Lining ire Grate anti Boiler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk OFFICE WEST JEFFERSON TELEPHONE 57- 3WORKSs3th and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet 9th and ipthT- BLBPUON8 2833 rqT = MATT ODOHMTY President M A MeO EdleyTnee 1 p CHAS A ROGERS BOO sINCORPORATED 418 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Religious1 Articles Vestments andlesO Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Pictures and Picture Frames Cat and Miscellaneous Books Both PhonesHome 1434 Cumb M 603zl FALLS CITY MEAT MRlifI iNew Louisville Packing Company Owner i AllSICp1iPOlsaTlaD V iv JDressed Poultry fresh and Smoked Sfe PURE LEAF LARD FRUITS AND VEGETABLES JL F Sullivan Manager 226 South Second Str Phones Home 251 Cumb M231 Westminster recalled by iiis brother of Baltimore as moved from teat to seat the council chamber smoothing difficulties with argument and appeal With Cardinal Vaughan there was the association of their signatures attached along with Oardin Logues to a protest favor of arbitration In lieu o1 those horrors of war against which has once mqre aroused = and let us hope effectually atlastthe conscience of Christendom WITH TUB SICK Patrolman William OConnell of the Fifth district who bas been seriously ill of stomach trouble for several months shows no material change In condition Patrolman Robert Riley of the Sixth district who has been ill of pneumonia since November 1 slowly improving CHAIRMAN IS CATHOMO The Chief Justice she Supreme J I n NIGHT asd SUNDAY seal 15c Z 12 16 MARKET IricK EricH Erich 528 s he in Jn Italy while in of 2Sc 3Sc SOc ary MONUMENT We are now receiving from Barre Vermont three ear loads of Monuments for our 1bestj 1 r I9frsrI MULHfjKrNrI IJP Monument Company j18 W Green Si Louisville ky Court of Canada 8fr Charliii TVoh patrick has Hen appointed Ohatr+ luau er tiff International Owrt btabllaktd between Great Britain and the UItl 48t ot L