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Digital page images are linked to the text file. cv 1 r o I I rI KENtUCKY IR AMERICAN f LOUISVILLE SATURDAY FEBRUARY 10 1912 PRICE FIVE CENTS VOLUME XXVIII NO 6 CHURCHILL Greeted With Loud Acclaim When Introduced atto r Boltast14 Declares England Is Not iCec J inif pVe With World Movement Regards Home Rule as theFirst Milestone to Eventual UnityI ORANGEMEN SHOW COWARDICE The expected and dreaded strife which has been long threatening by the Ulster province Orangemen as a protest against the home rule demonstration broke out Friday morn- Ing with the arrival ot Winston Churchill First Lord of the Admiralty who with John Redmond leader of the Irish Nationalists were the chief speakers invited to address the meeting When Mr Churchill who was accompanied by his wife loft the train and entered an automobile the crowd broke into hoots of derision and a rush was made toward the machine Singing Brit tanla Rules the Waves and God Save the King members of the mob broke through the lines of police and soldiers and tried to prevent Mr Churchill from entering the car Re inforcements weo hastily placed along the guard lines however n the weakest places and the mob was held back A heavy rain was falling but the crowds paid no attention to the inclement weather There were cheers for A Bonaf Law Unionist leader Iin I the HouSe of Commons and for Sir Edward Carson M P the Chairman of the Ulster Orangemens Association but hone for the leaders of the political parties which are fight ing for home rule Scores of placards were posted about the Belfast rail way station whore the FIrst Lord of the Admiralty could not help but seeing them and none was compli mentary to either himself or Mr RedmondAdmiralty could not help but seeing them and none was complimentary to either himself or Mr Redmond The heavy rain had turned the 1 7lNl1n d lUcr tke scene of the demonstration into a quagmire and the soldiers who were on guard there stood in mud to their ankles A heavy detachment of Irish constabulary bad been on guard all night and at dawn it was relnI forced by a squadron of dragoons Several bodies of infantry their rifles equipped with bayonets took up a strategic position about the Held during the morning By 11 oclock huge crowds were moving to ward the grounds Police stopped all persons who did not hold tickets of Invitation to the meeting and turned them back toward the city Despite the many Orange threats the only clash occurred when Mr Churchill started from his hotel tor Celtic Park at 1 o clock Crowds ol workers who were temporarily idle during the dinner hour gathered about the hotel When Mr Churchill appeared he was greeted with yells and cries of derision The mob closed in overpowering the police men so the British statesman could not reach his automobile Wielding their clubs the officers drove back the angry men and women and opened a lane for Churchill to pass through Among deafening clamor tho Admiralty Lord entered his motor car and was whirled away When iMr Churchll arrived at the huge tent which had been erected onl the football field as a shelter against the rain ho was enthusiastically greeted Thousands of adherents of homo rule were on the grounds and other thousands word pouring through the police guard lines TheI Admiralty Lord Was escorted by a detachment of police and constab ularly Other distinguished visitors bad preceded Mr Churchill to the grounds Among them were Johnt Redmond Lord Plrrle and many Liberal and Irish Nationalist mem bers of Parliament LAtter being Introduced Mr Churchill rose to speak but was Interrupted by the thunder of applause After the cheering was over the audience began to sing home rulei songs Mr Churchill opened hisi speech with an explanation of thei Government policy Qf the Liberals but keenly criticized the present Par liamentary methods of Great Britain rttylng that they were not sufficiently TepresentatlT of the local and pro vincial life ef the nation Recited1 the fact that Englands two closest rivals for commercial supremacy ueraamy and the United States are governed by twentythree andI fortysix legislative bodlea re spectively In order to keep pace with the world movement he said It Js vitally Cery for England to learn how to combine the fullest dV preuioIiofnaUonal and local Inter Nt with the strongest brain of im pijI1 runity Mr Churchill de clared that he regarded homo rule a the first milestone along the road V to Teatutf wnjtr ef the Englhh iaI 11 P 1IfI 1Y DE4TI n With IIBoerieCfet irtM reiv- e4zoC mMC etfc of Mnrr tJMift rrM r I u L L t tl Sunday morning at her home 1709 Magazine street Mrs Clare was a woman who possessed many estimable qualities not rare indeed among Irish Catholics Sho was a model wife and mother and brought up a large family the members of which are in every way a credit toII the city that gavo them birth Mrs Clare was born in Ireland slxtyrtwo years ago but came to Louisville at the age of fourteen and had been a resident of this city since She ii survived by three sons James Clara of Chicago Thomas and W111laDlI Clare and three daughters Miss Mollio Clare Mrs Clarence Curry and Mrs Stephen Lewis The fu neral Wednesday morning at Sacred Heart church was vort largely at tended Rev Patrick Walsh was celebrant of the high mass of requiem and in the sermon dwelt upon theexample she set by her upright and straightforward lif- eBAZAJI For St Vincent de Pauls School Opens Next Monday Judging from the results accom pUshed by the untiring activities of the general and special committees and the enthusiasm shown by nfl the bazar of St Vltjcent do Pauls parish which opens Monday night promises to beat all records The donations that continue to come In lromaJI quarters of the parish and many from outside must certainly make every booth a shop of winning attractions The project so recently set agoizigifor the benefit of the new St Vincent do Pauls parochial school at Shelby anl1 Oak streets where the bazar will be held has developed Into grand propor tions and the pleasure and satisfaction of success wilt compensate all who are so generously aiding Fathers Thome and Ruff Whole evenings of delightful enjoyment will be round lu the varied booths which will bo presided over by the following the Chairman being named first Doll Misses Nettle Hutmacher Josephine Hutmacher Christine Voll Mary Klclnhenz Tela Schweri AnnI Jenneweln Box MIsses Anna Werner Mar tina Schwlerman Gertrude Olliges Theresa Kronnenwelter Lillle Schalda Mary Hellman Ice Cream Misses Sophia Mueller Louise Tobe Josephine Bishop Lor ena Dirksen Katie Mueller Candy Misses Tilllo Zabel Helen Zettel Helen Gerard Eva Hellman Master Frank Bronge- rConfectioneryMisses Clara Llch tefeld Mary Summers Ella Lichte feld Country StoreMisses Ophelia sJ pg FallerLboulse Hellman Ladles TagMisses Nettle Gehrlg Ida Klumb Rosa Lauer Viola Kremer Leone Kremer Euchre and Lotto Frank Bronger and Misses Rosa Luker Josephine Bishop Mella Hoffman Frances Roppcll Dlna Amsnoff Ida Klumb Helen Walse- rLinenMrs C Neff and Mrs JOB BetzDining Room Mesdames Max Jennewoln Buchhett Hutter Brede man Grass Dlehlman Brongor Nlo man Zettel Blumhofer Gehrig Novelty Aug Bronger Mrs Joseph Twlckler Peter Buchhelt Will lam Grunelsen Frank Schweri Will lam Bohnert Joseph Herrmann Jr Poultry Frank Klumb Henry Yochum Oliver and Joseph Burry Mens TagJohn B Schwietors Henry Walser Henry Martin William Voor Frank Zettel Jr Frank Kopp Jr John Voor John Osterholt RefreshmentsHenry Walser Jr Joseph Nieman Sr John Ecken Henry Walter Jr- Gallerylion Osterholdt George Osterholttr PLAIN VIEWS Upon Preak Between Wilson Watterspn and Harvey Hero are two plain views upon tho break between Gov Wilson Henry Watteron and Editor Harvey one from tho Chicago Public the other from the Milwaukee Citizen Weaker than a flying feather are the assaults upon Woodrow Wilson most of which come from politicians of a different breed and nil of which are inspired by Big Business The latest is the awful accusation that ho Is ungrateful to It is evident that the whole story has not been told as yet In the Wll sonWattersonHarvoy break Fuller explanation to the figure cut in the episode by Thomas Fortune Ryan and his money must be awaited The question is suggested Did Gov Wll son refuse to make certain pledges toI the plutocrats and was Col Watter son their agent bringing with him promises of political contributions Wo must await Col waterSni fulll proofs socalled which he Is willing to submit to a company of gentle men but not to the tericanpeo pie CONNELL BEELER- MiM Henrietta Connell daughter of Mr and Mrs Andrew NCefanell West Seventh and Storing street New Albany and Dr Dennis B Heeler who la engaged in the prae nee of dentistry la Louluvllle trere married with a najrtkl maitat Holy Trinity church JCuesday moraine at 6 oclock After tHe ceremony1 they left for a trip to Florida and New Orleans and on UNIt return they will reside in Loulffrllja A large therlngof fri hde kssembled alp t to Wvtbe eceaoa lart letter ouirItszktIOflE I If tfl fMfr 54 IH J i f 1 tf POLITICS Compulsory Primary Law Will Hurt the Republican Party5 I One Good Clause Suggested In tYie SutoIRpperoj If 5 1 nUl Louisville Democrats Happy Over Change In Insur a cEBill POSTS IDEA OF MODEL OFFICERS I The compulsory primary law which will be in effect sixty dafter the present session of the Legislature promises to play havoc with the Republican party especially in local politics as the t- ractions of that party the Bradley followers and the PostFusion ele ment are hopelessly split and both are sure to havo a candidate in the primary In that event the third and strongest faction in the Republi can party the colored brother can put up a candidate of its own and run away with the Republican nom- Ination which will entitle him to the Republican emblem on the ballotI In the November election In the State Senator Bradley and his friends have the Republican party machinery In their vestpocket and the delegates to the Republican national convention will be instructed solidly for Taft who has been generous to Senator Bradley in tho mat ter of patronage and for this reason will be knifed by tho Post and Iits followers In spite of the many indignation meetings beld hero to protest against the ripper bill which would change the status of tho present Board of Education the feature which appeals to all Walrmlnded men Is the clause suggesting that the members be elected from the Legis llative districts and the fact being that the five present members of the Board of Education are palpably unfair to the residents of the western and southern sections of the city Although the friends of the present Board of Education members claim there is no dangor of its passage they have sent a strong lobby to Frankfort to protest against the bill WennhTbjnWttTes tem House it is expected that one of the Louisville members will Introduce this amendment The Louisville Democrats are in great glee over the feature changing the selection of the proposed Insurance Commission members which was believed to have been a scheme to create a berth for Dan OSulll van the amendment being to the effect that the power of appointment be placed in the hands of Auditor Bosworth which removes any doubt of the man who fought tho election ofr Mayor Head and the Democratic ticket being given any of the fruits of Democratic victory The Evening Post again camo to the front this past week with an attack on tho present Board of Safety and the police department claiming that the latter Is disorgan- Ized and incompetent but does not dare mention names in comparison with the personnel of the Grlnstead force The Posts idea ofn competent police Captain or officer is ex Capt Foster who worked up a popularity contest foi that paper or exCapt Julius Luschlnger who used the Fifth district patrol wagon and station house officers to distribute copies of the Post from house to house after nightfall during the 1909 campaign FATHER JlANLEY Will Lecture For Mackin Council on Sunday Nlsfht Rev father Benedict Hanley the eloquent Passionlst missionary will deliver a free lecture tomorrow night at Mackin Council club houso on Twentysixth street to which the public is cordially invited Arrange ments for the lecturo were com pletcd at the meeting of Mackin Council this week when all the members were urged to be present and bring their friends Father Hanleys subject wilt be Catholicism and Socialist and that it will be ably handled Is assured President Frank Adams presided and announced that lelght more ap plications had been received for the Initiation dot for February 18 All imombers having appllcatlona were instructed to preeent them not later w1l1ibetorily arrange for the banquet that follows the Initiation The opera committee reort d that their work was progressingI favorably and that rehearsal will Wpn commence ALTJMNAE ELECTS OFFICERS 1 tI At a well attended meeting Tues day afternoon hell at the Aeademy Fourth and iBrtckinridj theI Klumnae of Presentation Academy II1 age lie officers taaerfe for the ea mtinrTMrt Mt C IrtiMftyr WMi Meted Preefdeirt flNWdieC-yl i Do Vice resident MtarlMbel a Ma TnuwttrerV1 lAM Mnt fc Hi WlMli saePmtryJlI4M Iana Lip f OJ Clorg t was the uftaalmous choice for delegate to the meetings of Ithe Nazareth Alumnae ot which Ithe Presentation Academy is a branch There are about elxty graduates of the academy InclUded In Its alumnaeri CONTEST r j rea u eoft r heand Supper PorSt Ann I Church On next Tuesday February 13 there will be a euchre supper asocial for the benefit of St Anns church held in the school hall Sev enth and Davies avenue There will be games at 31 and 8 oclock while the social feature for which the ladies have made elaborate prepara tlonwlll begin at2p m In addition there will be decided a spirited folIlowingMisses Marie Hpfellch Mary Ecken Mary Klnna Lorefea Rbhrman Margaret Higgins Catherine Kinna Dar bara Schweickhardt Gertrude Schmidt Mary Kaufllng ndDellaI Murphy This contest has been vigorous from the start and promises to be the most Interfstlng feature of the year Father Hill has accom pUshed much slnc he founded I 8tI Anns parish and those who attend this affair will assist and encourage hls work and spenda most enjoyable afternoon or evening DIVISION r jadeofWh8Uen Brothers Winter CommissaryiIf Surplus3t tMonday afternoon final division was made ot thSUrPlus of the Whallen Brotheliu winter comnils- iRry fund whlc amounted to l2462O Of tbliLthe Allsoclated- Charltles rocolvedj74L20 and the Board of EducatiosS5pO The gift to the BoardWIprompted by tbo Iact that during the Work of the winter commissary the Whalien Brothers foundthat many children were umable to Attend school for want pfjiioes and proper clothing The 1kseNt to the Board of Educaubm was accom panied by a letter asklngthat tho money be used to jp bvlde for similar CRses in the fut k e A detailed tatemont of the urIhutions and the persons iisslSot if tke winter commissary In bM1cl1 order w1l1 bi pubUs1 tbIwaT fut re 2 lIECiT AT tkflWjA- fter an Illness of pveral months Mrs Henry C Kleior was last Saturday called to her eternal reward During these months she showed her Christian fortitude and was perfectly resigned to Gods will Mrs Kleler was cherished among a wide circle of friends as she possessed every trait of the devoted wife and daughter She was twentysix years of age and before her marriage was Miss Uidine Petty youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs J S Petty 410 East Gray street Her husband her parents nnd several brothers and sisters survive her The funeral took place Monday afternoon from St Michaels church Rev Father Mar tin OConnor officiating at the solemn services Funeral services over the remains ofr Mrs Annie McMabon beloved wife of Frank iMoMahon 1719 West Oak street were hold Sunday afternoon at St Georges church the Rev Father Weiss officiating The deceased was twentyfour years old and a most estimable woman Many friends and relatives mourn her untimely death and for the bereaved husband there is felt the most sincere sympathy By the death of Mrs Carmella Nola beloved wife of Charles Nola which occurred Sunday at her home 520 South Third street the Cathedral loses another of its older members Mrs Nolot was sixtythree years of ago and was held in high esteem by all Who knew her Tin f neral took place Wednesday morn- Ing and was attended by many mourning relatives and friends Sunday evening Mrs Emma Ams loff wife of Herman Amshoff iqssed from this life at her home 2211 West Market street ending an llness that had been borne with Christian forfltude Mrs Amsbotf was thirtyone years old and her death isTOonrned by a wide circle of friends and relatives Her funeral was held Wednesday morning from St Anthonys church Patrick Linehan aged thirty seven and well known in the East End was summoned to his eternal rest Tuesday morning His funeral1 took place Thursday morning from tho residence of his sister Miss Mary Llnehan 613 Pine street latS30 i with solemn mass of requiem at St AloysiHB church at 9 oclock The funeral of Harry Klapheke the trail jteown stove founder took pl8c T Tueeoay frQmllL Briglds church of which ae had for years been a faithful member The balI bearers were his seven grandeoao- flard John andL o Goes Vincent and fltigeae Klaplielie Bernard Barker and ILouls KfopHeke OATROLIO SENATORS r With tie admicwion of Hon Josephi KvRHnad JI of Louisiana and Hon JJttmrj f Arturtt oC AriBftbrflwll1 be thrs Ott1iolle member of tli UsHed Wat Sewte th otbT iplug Senator OfOonoan ot New York i J a 1 o I FORECASTS For Home Rule and Irish l ar I t Ilamont Have Revived Interestf Were Inspired to Test Sentl t 4 f t i- knieut ot Commons and People 1111 Foreids the Establishment or Endowment ot Any Religion DENIES FEUD WITH ASQUlTHl The London correspondent of the Chicago Tribune cabled that paper last Sunday that with Parliament reconvening in ten days Interest has been revived in the terms of the home rule bill which the Ministry is to Introduce Forecasts which ap- parentlY are inspired to test the sentiment of the House of Commons and the country are appearing in the press While there are Important discrepancies in these it is eV- Ident that the Ministry intends to provide for the creation of an Irish Parliament consisting of a council and assembly to reduce the Irish representation In the British Parliament which is now 103 probably to seventy to limit the votes of Irish members of Parliament at Westminster to imperial and purely IrIsh questions and toglvo the Irish treasury an annual subsidy until the country is selfsupporting IIi order to meet the charges of the Unionists that an Irish Parlia ment would make Roman Catholic- Ism the State religion a provision will be included in the bill forbidding the establishment or endow ment of any religion It will impose aL disability to confer advantage i of any kind on account of religious blot or to appropriate revenue for religious purposes The point has not been cleared up as to whether the Irish Parliament will control the excise customs Whatever is determined in this connection will certainly be accompanied ly a provision for free trade between Ireland and Great Britain f- It is expected te bill will be the forerunner of the Intention of tho Ministry to bring in measures tp give 2fllor rulcotandand Wales J tbtrrrsd lftf rarJlamentarYJ Secretary to the Board of Trade IIn a speech Friday night said the vital difficulty now was arecent Irish demand for unchecked financial autonomy Home rule he declared xrnld not be granted on any such basis It would be equivalent to the disintegration ot the United Kingdom The situation in Belfast caused grave anxiety at Dublin Castle IIt was realized there that this is a job which the police can not cope with The police never can handle a Bel fast mob when Its blood is up and while the castle authorities ar j reluctant to do so they practically decided that it will be necessary to pour troops into Belfast on the day In question The General command- Ing the Belfast district has been 1 in communication with the war office In London its well as with the castle and it Is said has been told that ho can have all the soldiers he wantsIt not at all unlikely that martial law will be proclaimed for the day and that Winston Churchill will drive to the meeting along streets lined with troops Martial law is no new thing in Belfast but tt usually has come after the polio have tried and tailed The safety of a Cabinet Minister is too serious a matter however to take any risks and the mob wont have a chance to overthrow the police The really I amazing feature of the situation IIs that the English Government takes no steps to deal with the instigators ot riot Nationalist III Ps have been sent to prison for far less CONVERT President Tafts Slsterin Law Joins Catholici if s t Church Mrs Henry W Taft wife of the Presidents brother has become a convert to the Roman Catholic faith says the New York Times of Wednes day ghe renounced the Episcopall faith and was received into the Cath olic church last Friday in the chapel ofSt Ignatius Loyola church Father Vaughan tim English Jesuit priest who has loNg been a friend of Mrs Taft received her formal confession of faith From childhood Mrs Taft was a devoted member of the Prot eetant JjJpJecppal church She fol I wail whattSJ known as the high church service Mr Taft and his brother President Taft are Uni Brians M were their ancestors for some generations Mrs Taft Was Ml85 Julia Walbridge Smith of Troy u I DIED WITHOUT FEAR Seaator Thomas Francis Grady New Torki most powerful repre stave In the Jjeglsjalure fer a decade famous throughput the conmtry for lila brttllaat otttory anaI wrHaaientary skill and one of thii ebeet ka6V poUtietaMr otlbin time dUd jferturtar soritagl leon afLr i o1 ff dok at WtIlfl put4ir r j rr J tEeth street At the bedside when tho end came was his sister Miss Margaret Grady his spiritual iad- viser the Roy Father Donahue his physician Dr Edward J Donlin his secretary J J Joyce and two nurses Senator Grady was con scious until a few minutes before his death and recognized those about tho bedside I am not afraid to go ho whispered to his sister just before he expired Senator Grady made and held a vast circle of friends As an orator he had few equals While ho was a master ot sarcasm it is for his brilliant wit that he will be best remembered Early in his career he was called Silver Tongued Grady and this tribute to his oratorical powers al ways clung to him For twentyfive years be has swayed national and State conventions with hlselo quence while his wt has charmed those about the banquet board WELL DONEI Hibernians Give to Card nal Gibbons Memorial Building A gathering that filled the hall greeted President Hugh Hourlgan when Division 3 A O H Was called to order Monday night Another application was filed the degree team being instructed to prepare Ifor an initiation in the near future The condition of Michael Dugan was ire- ported unchanged and John F Martin was placed on the sick list True tto faith and education Division 3 donated liberally to the Hibernian fund for the Cardinal Gibbons memorial building at Washington Upon announcement of the death of tames C Horan the charter was draped for thirty days and an order drawn for his death benefit besides which the division will have celebrated a high mass of requiem for the repose of his soul Vice President iMaloney gave a detailed account of the proceedings of the County Board meeting and Secretary Stevens reported for the Cath olfc Federation Inviting all the members to attend these meetings After the invitation of the Ladles Auxiliary had been accepted calls were made f r Magistrate Sullivan George J Butler Sergeant John Ualoney John Hesslon Pat Mulloy John East Martin Sheehan and Matt OBrien whose remarks were received with hearty approval UNDISTURBED King and QuceTos r IrelandJn Ut rly P Ml tlL From Dublin comes news that undisturbed by the prospect of the home rule rumpus the persistent report that the King and Queen will tour Ireland in tho early summer has given great satisfaction In all parts For the conviction has grown In the south that King George is anxious to signalize his reign b securing a marked improvement Iin relations between Celt and Saxon As at present outlined the royal yacht will be used for the trip escorted by two or more cruisers Dublin will be visited first after which Belfast and Londonderry will be called at At Londonderry Lord Mayor Ballan tlne has just informally opened anew guild hall butit is rumored that there will be a State opening by the King when he arrives there Iin Tune After that the royal party will steam round by the west and south calling at Galway Cork whence a trip will be made to Killarney and possibly Wexford If In the meantime the worst of the obstacles In the path of homo rule can be over come It will be a fine opportunity for the King without actually mix- Ing in the fray to exercise an Influ ence for peace in Ulster that will be a mighty aid In establishing a new government In Dublin unhampered by provincial distractions SUCCUMBS TO lNEIDroNIAI The Roy Thomas Jefferson Jenkins pastor of St Vincent do Pauls church at New Hope and one of Kentuckys best known priests died Thursday at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital following a two weeks Illness of pneumonia He was a native of Bardstown and was sixtythree years of ago He studied for the priesthood at Louvain Belgium and was a priest for almost forty years At one time he was assistant to the Very Rev Lawrence Bax at St Johns church in this city Father Jenkins Is survived by a brother J W Jenkins a traveling man and Aslster Mrs Martin Stone both of JJoulsvllle The fu neral services will bo held at New Hope Monday morning SULLIVAN IS CHAIRMAN County Judge Muir Weisslnger has appointed Magistrate P T Sulli van as Chairman ot the Courthouset Committee ot the Fiscal Cuort andl as a member of the Second District toad Committee to succeed Magis trate Andrew P Vpgt MagistratesI Berry and Rdbb are the othermem ers ot tthe Courthouse Committee FORTY HOURS Tomorrow morning the Forty Hours adoration will begin at the high maw at L Martins church om Shelby street Added interest witJ be lent to these beautiful but solemn devoMoas by the prd sson of the ehuVdilooietiM Tlsv rattier Okie irill c ndUot thet iMrvkM Iin faiehvhe 1 baaeuIetij b1 many of the Jqoal- rgy J Thy wjl continue till TJues 1rn4h Ip fJlJ D C PHILLIPPINES Strong Appeal From the International Catholic Truth Society Duty Catholics Owe Coreligloa ists In Those Distant Islands People and Clergy Engaged In Fierce Fight Against Divorce QUICK ACTION 1IS ASKED ff The following letter from the i3 ternatlonal Catholic Truth Society reveals a startling condition of affairs in our faroff possessions a condition that merits the attention of lovers of religion and good gov ernmentI you to present the enclosed letter which has just been received by us from one of the Bishops in the Philippine Islands to tho readers of the Kentucky Irish American The thrusting an absolute divorce lafw upon the people of those islands an splto of tho religious and moral con lotions of the vast majority of tng Inhabitants is indeed a sad c9quence of American annexation the women pathetically statedjl their resolutions of protest have got along well during all t centuries without this curso tour landevery argument In fa of absolute divorce Is sufflciei met by the separation which is j lowed for just reasons by church I the Spanish law Wo Catholic Americans ovl duty to our coreligionists in tl distant islands to protect them an institution the exits of whlcll being universally deplored in own land and consequently vim that our readers collectively ar dlvidually send letters of e protest to the President and t tary of War begging them to this disgrace to the Phil slands A strong protest a moment should be effective it tiling the measure at least In I ing final action upon it to ll erred Until tho inhabitants Islands will havo had a chantl mr ss thelr wishes in the n following JI the I1bstace e1ved TnejiPl and Jergy of 1 Philippine Islands are now engaged In a fierce fight against divorce I am requested to ask you to assist us fihe Philippine Assembly passed on December 6 1911 by a vote oil fortyfour to twentysix an absolut divorce bill Said bill is now befor the Commission or what I miehJ call tho Senate of these ifllai whose approval is necessary tom It operative I do not know h the Commission the majority which is composed of Americans Bards this Infamous measure All- IS who are responsible forthguarding of the prerogatives an prestige of the church over hero at awaiting anxiously the voice of th Commission in this most import matterThe Assemblymen who took U lead In this wretched business tej resent the sentiments of Plllpplno people less than even French Deputies represent the f Ings and aspirations of their peo The Fillpplno women by tem thousands and I may say byJ dreds of thousands sent protest the Assembly against the inlqult bill But those blind laWmakers splto of public opinion had t way And why you will auk reply by giving three reasons First because they think t people should be uptodate hence the good and tim bad of B ern civilization should be adpptec Second because of thllr a Catholic spirit The church za the people what they areriiW the only Christian people J ihl Orient and consequently Abe people over in that part of 8W amongst whom W9man can take place which God has given her 1 these lawmakers wish to sEx that churchff I Third because the prime jnoj In this new Jeglslatioa Is1 am to married to a good decent worn who is not now aristocratic nou for him and hence he wlahei repudiate her and marry snot who moves In higher social circles What cares he that the dl tegration of the family and ltd c sequent destruction will be int luced Into these islattds by hi jf billI as long as be can advance worldly Interests The Assem jhould in my humble opinion condemned in the strongest 7tei and the TesoluttonS sent ta President and Secretary of jBut whatever ig done should b quickly as delay may boJ Tfafat J LIBRARY FOR KNIG 1J A joint movement ha augufated by Lecturer 1 meler and members of t ment Committee lookln establishment ofal1 KnlghtBotCoJutnbua fort It Is thought very materially in cj and a demand for Mye literature f V contemplated whiI form a nucleus frd Hlfrany wilt nVa ttlii il j n O a k 7 u l- T o 1I TTJ T oar AlrD3RIOAN V fiMRl6fiNTusrs4ce to Ute Social ni Moral A4V1J1UIHIBHt el Irlsfc Americana surf Catkel- r Iice Officially Indorsed by Ardent Order ofHlberalJias Yonn Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of An erica riNTUCKY II1I6H AMERICAN PRINTING COIncorpoated Publisher DESCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY Bftlerd at the LouUyMU Poitoffle n SecoadCI j nttr iMreM all CoBEnsnUitleat U tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West dreea Sf RADESUNIONCOUNCIL LOUISVILLE KYSA1URDAY FEBRUARY 10 1912 CATHOLIC SOCIETIES Are we having too many Catholic societies On the theory that wo can not havo too much of a good thing it Would seem not And yet they come and go Old ones pass out and now ones beg for favors Unless there Is a good reason for its existence sooner or later tho germ of tecay attacks every organization no Ither a society must offer some = Uiing better than has been before r its management must be tlna n umlly more in accord with the needs and wants of its prospective memi bers It it hopes to maintain itself Each society has for Its prime object the attainment of some social re ligious or beneficiary feature It is not well to incorporate too many objects in one organization Tho succeed best which hold closely to one object and exploit that If a 0 Is proof tha tits day 6f is past And t ClCltYfanSltlIJes to wax stronger has set in are suggested by the Innt activity in local socletf ich have just begun the new year Ih new sets of officers We hope at 1912 will be a banner year for of them and In this respect we sh to call attention to the intere r clergy and spiritual advisers re taken In the several societies which they aro attached With Ir presence and encouragement efforts of laymen will be given erful impetus CHURCH GROWTH he population of tho United es Is increasing at tie rate of it 2 per cent a year But church ibership is Increasing at a rate JBS than 2 per cent Church gaining in number and the body ilnlstors Is Increasing says Dr Carroll former director u 008 ceustru but tho be t crom cants is not enlarging in- Iue proportion The figures are made tho worse for the Protestant bodies by tho extraordinary growt of tho Roman Catholic denomination Since 1890 that churchs adherents have increased from 6231417 to 2G56612 in 1911 a gain of overj 00 per cent Next in rder come the Methodists Baptists resbyterlans Disciples and Eplsco allans with tho others trailing ong with less than 800000 be tween them all A total church membership of around 33000000I Is llttlo more than a third of theI countrys population and less thani half the population within what may be called a religious ago And otI ils membership nearly a third ibe rogs to the historic Christiani utrch whoso great progress here I nder Tellglqus freedom refutes a ption that its interests lie In State Hlances or domination I DROP TIlE FADS The New York Herald has greats ect for President Taft and de ires him one of the sanest an est Presidents We have eVer had tit this is not all For that reason hat great journal expresses sorrow ti d him taking up foolish tad s treating them in a demagogic T Jfuch as peace congresses over hick people get to fighting and the ofquest for an International confer nee itt Washington on the high cost if living Why not Include his alii C ante with England which is certain to prove detrimental to this country Iniihe end and Is his worst move Editor OMahoney of the Indiana Tatbollu who has frequently quoted row pur columns answering a reaueet a few weeks ago gave what urporled to be a list of Catholic Rperi published in Indiana and ad oinlng States from which the entuck Jrleh American was Ipltfod Whether an oversight ortc ended the matter was let fo un Iced until this week when we see siIndianacaajJaJewWh magazines This ck of knowledge of the CatW joss that Is ihoomprehenirble IH Editor Oliahoney should G first tena of Sooialiaia U Uwaukee the past Tear taxpayers fSflMpO most extravagant ad t cjty hM yet had pa In progress Jato a Pamorei on Mlhraukee Ja a m which pdMr the the boring and re ccption hero last week will create more friendly relations between Louisville and the State Mayor Head struck the right note when said whatever is good for Ken tucky is good for Louisville and whatever Is good for us is good for Kentucky If for nothing else the present Legislature Is to be commended for providing for the erection of a now Governors mansion in Frankfort The coming Lent may be the last one you will spend on earth Ai you prepared to spend the next reIn heaven JUDGE DUNNE Judgeseax the importance to the democratic Democracy of Illinois of making it successful are attested by theI announchement has called out from Hears I et t Whoever is any longer misled by Hearst sins against light In the politics of San Francisco of New York of Chicago he has revealedI eshimself for what he iss mere self seeker unprincipled unattached and ready for any kind of political adventure that promises spoils f Hearst The spoils Hearst see I stnow are delegates to the Democrat- national convention where he cal1 culates to figure as a dark horse Part of his plan Is to push into tho background with his buccaneering newspapers every strong candidate roreIlIlground temporarily tho weaker one Hence his olambang opposition to Gov Wilson hence also his fatal friendliness to Speaker Clark wit I I Mayor Harrison held in reserve Iin case Clark grows strong At the ap preaching Democratic primaries any vote against Dunne from whatever motive will turn out to be a vote pemosunderstand those in the rest do not they wou Jffwell to Inform theml Bolves IPe they vote EMIGRATION DECREASING Gennanylike thorho wore only 226500 from German ports as compard with 300585 in 1910 These figures cover immlgra tfon through Germany as well as from Germany so that even they 1must be cut down to reach the real Germanic influx of the year The German immigration has been of in calculable value to American prog ress not only because of the Ger manic virtues but also because the German was by race character and1 IdealsIcan institutions were founded There were never any truer Americans In the deeper Ideal sense of the word than the German revolutionists of 48 And when they failed and had to flee their own land they came republicbringinge and high ideals of citizenship Tho tuturoIwill be one of Its greatest sources of strength INDIAN MISSION BUREAU The Indian Sentinel published annually by the Society for the Preser Indiandl Children has been received and questiongenerousCathollcsot missionsNo one will ever miss the few pennies given to the Indian Bureau and those pennies in the ag gregate will aid in carrying on a work the greatest Importance Send twentyfive cents to the bureau 1326 New York avenue Washington D and get a copy of the Cardinal Farley number of the Sentinel It is pamVhletandentertaining reading matter VISITS HOLY FATHER a St Monsignor Giovanni Bonzano paid visit Friday morning to the Vatl can where he was received by the PapalDelegate a which office he has Just been appointed In succession td iDlomede SFalconlo who recently was elevated the Cardinalate The occasion was the Feast of the Purification usually known as Candlemas Mon gnor Bonzano in presenting his re to the Pope said that he felt the weight of the reponsbllHy had fallen on his shoulders with his acceptance of the office of StatesThe her cold he knew that Monsignor Bon sane was extremely 4reH toted fore poet COMING THS8PL1N M j McDermott Jr sw of Coun oilman f J MoDenaott liz Written vaudeville act fort himself and rtner which lie expeeta to prodnee tile Empire or some otherbl hjlc- bku circuit In the near future For benefit of news pf We iriendi act WM produced at the Crown a Theater last Friday evening and literally epoiktBC brought down tM toots w BrD1 Mrs Martin Norton was last week the guest of her father A C Cook at Ellzabethtown IeThomBB Lynch and wife and a onM were recent visitors to Mrs J Lynch at West Point bliss Margaret Joyce of Dayton Ohio arrived Saturday for a visit with Mica Marguerite Scholtz Miss Irene Henley was hostess tolaS8 EOO party Tuesday In honor of M Constance Bell of Richmond Ind Mr and Mrs J H Kelly wore this week the guests of their parents Mr and Mrs Devore Bnjy in Jefferson n vllle heMlsses Margaret and Bettlo Mc Kenna of Fairfield spent several days visiting friends In this city last weekllitss JosephineFati+ell returned Saturday to her home In Lexington after a ten days visit to Miss Sarah Rubel Mrs J A Wathen of the HIgh- lands i was a weekend visitor with Mr and Mrs Nicholas Wathen at Lebanon Mrs John A Manlon left Sunday for Indianapolis where she Is VIsit- Ing her sister Mrs Lawrence Hendrlo Marriage licenses were Issued I Tuesday to Louis Rlebel and Nora j t Murray and James A Duffy Catherine Quinn andII J J Mclaughlin of Denver a etCormer resident of Now Albany was among the outoftown guests at the ConnellBeeler wedding He spent I the week visiting his old friends acquaintances andII I I Miss Margaret Weber a well known and popular young lady of the East End has been confined home 205 Payne street with orlher attack of the grip for the goohc d quaintances for a speedy recoveryjjj j Mrs Andrew J Corcoran enter tined Saturday afternoon with a matlneo party at Keiths and a teas at Kleins in hotter of Miss Irene Curran Mrs Corcorans party tIn cluded Misses Irene Curran Joseph- h i Inc Jett of Savannah Blanche Hop kins of Victoria Texas Annabel Corcoran Margaret Corcoran Ethel Wathen Mary Roach Mary Corcoran and Mesdames R II Somes and Matt Corcoran I I I tt An interesting and brilliant wed ding will be Witnessed next Wednes day morning tat St Augustine church in Joffersonvuie when tb Rev John OConnell wilt solemnize with n nuptial mass the marriage of mss Genevieve Murphy daughter o Police Commissioner John iB Mur s phy of that city and John F GIlII hooley of Louisville Both are pop ular and a large gathering will wltI ness the ceremonyII The wedding of Miss Virginia Nunn of Frankfort and George M t Eady will be quietly solemnized nos Monday morning at 7 oclock In the rectory of the St Louis BertrandI t church Miss Fannie Lewis Eady sister of the groom will be the maidL I of honor and J Morrison Wilson I will be Mr Eadys best man The I couple will leave immediately after I the ceremony for San Francisco where they Will make their home 1Inli the future I I 11 Capt Edward T Bright nn ntunces the engagement of hisi daughter Miss Elizabeth Bright and George J Tepe Their marriagei will be solemnized Wednesday after noon at 4 oclock at St Charles Bor romeo church Rev Father Raffo performing the ceremony Both ar popular In society circles an though no cards have been Issued a large number of friends will throng tho church to witness their union and extend congratulationsIEjI I I Miss Anna OBrien was given a pleasant surprise by a number of friends on Friday evening of last week at her home In Portland Among those present were Misses DIcksle Payne Lillian Leltchfleld Theresa Leltchflold Mario OConnor Viola Bates Anna OBrien Cath I erlne Volpert Virginia OBrien I Stella Ott Maymo Volpert and Messrs Ray Gresham Frank Lan ham Jerry Osborne Edward OBrien Martin Newton Roman Trletz Tom OBrien Herbert Har land Lem Mattlngly and Roy Lltsey NOTED PRIEST DEAD Monsignor Richard Lalor Burtnoted Catholic priest and pastor of Marys church in Rondout N Y died last Sunday of pneumonia at l the Benedictine Sanatorium at Kingston Monsignor Burtsell was member of the suite that recently accompanied Cardinal Parley to Rome Monsignor Burtsoll was taken 111 last Sunday but refused medical attention until Wednesday when he was removed to the sane torlum Attar the announcement last week of Monsignor tBurtsells serious condition a cable message I Merrydelblowings from Pope Plus I whose Papal household XofII Burtsell recently was made a mem FOB BUILDING FUND givennextevealag a 615 West Walnut street tie after Boon games being eelled at 280 and oclock and the evening games at 8515 ocfocfe The proceeds will be to the building fund of the Ilt Cathedral The ladles in charge are j working faithfully to make the affair talk raceest ant those who atteadcan eveningkaoMas l ould be asaittbir a worthy cause 0 r 1BLUSTfR Winston Churchill Invited to Belfast by Prominent Protcstantson Nationalists Had Nothing to Do With Organizing This Mooting Ulster Uu10nl Association a Its Inevitable Climb Down THE PUBLIC HAS BEEN AMUSED The last issue of the Dunda Democrat has a calm review of ti Belfast situation and the Liberal meeting that was to bo addressed Winston Churchill First Lord of the Admiralty and John Redmond Thoi wildest conjectures have been haz arded and allegations equally wild and mprobable havo boon printed san newspapers As times goes 0 however the public mind is less an loss agitated over the prospects of bloodshed In Belfast True Sir Ed ward Carson and other Orange leaders speaking at a perfectly safe dts keepIare endeavoring situation but it Is evidentand the saner Unionist organs dont attom to conceal the fact that public opln ion Is against the Ulster thugs and that the best thing they can do is Ito climb down while there Is still time Indeed there is evidence that th areISecretary of tho Ulster Liberal Asso elation puts out of court the Conte- to tlon that it is a Nationalist meetss- a n provocatively announced to be in the citadel of Belfast Orangelsm Mr Graham declares that tho meet Ing has been summoned by hlsassoclatlon which is composed almost exclusively of Ulster Protestants I that tickets for the meeting were is sued only to members of the asso elation and have been applied for twice over that no tickets are suetf1 able or have been offered to the out side public and that the meeting will therefore be a meeting of t Protestant home rulers of Belfast and Ulster So far as the Nationalists of Belfast are concerned they have had nothing to do with the organlz of this meeting from start tling Messrs Churchill and Devlin have been Invited by the Protestant Ulster Liberal Assocla tlon The Ulster Hall where thee meeting is proposed to be hold is a public hall uhder the control of the Belfast Corporation tho same hat gIn which Lloyd George not very Ion since addressed a meeting under thi same auspices Not only Lloyd George but Secretary BIrrell r Gently addressed public meetings Liberals in Belfast and there was no question so far as the public knew of breaking up or preventing those meetings- t The insane project of the Ulster Unionist Association to prevent Mr Churchills meeting can only be ascribed to a species of rabies duel to the Imminence of home rule and a desire to arouse their followers to frenzy and thus Induce the world t believe that the talk at armed re slstance to home rule in Ulster iis more than the mere bluster we allI know it to be During the week the public was amused to read that the Ulster Unionist Association had be gun its Inevitable climb down ForII days the public had been invited t visions of riot and bloodshed N have been told of the hundreds o thousands of resolute Orangemenl who wero to throng the streets of spdI purpose of resisting It necessary the wholo British army An Orange orator recalled how the Protestant had kept the British army at suggestedthatequal to performing a like feat Timorous residents of Belfast were arranging for special policies of insurance for their property and excursion tickets for themselves and their families Special corre spondents of the English press had unlimited sensational copy There were hints at Secret Plans which rPilesday bolo dotfanco of the Ulster Unionist tothethoUlsterUlsterHalleoncertinthebulldlngtlienlght IlI forhurchill couldhmeans of making themselves and = their armed insurrection bluster thepublicprevent the right of free speech in Belfast had aroused the condemna FItheUlsteiRan = tochangethat t Liberalsdeclareeholdingtheftresolved to attend and speak The bloaterlagdriveCathollogirla the Catholic pnolioaas shopand on equally reedy to brag and bluster talk cheap treason of the kick varietyhoer the willaful tempting to wake 6OOdthtr tall lCo i IIs New touches IMM flower effects are I being added to we store oat neckwear anm poaelbtritiernj tkls I Birdseyo View of the Wheeler Santa Fe Oil Field Carter County Oklahoma IdJUDICIDUSI INYSTMNTS The Only Safe 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Geraniums Roses- Heleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 PETER Ire ANDRIOTSONS WABOI MANUFACTURERS CtrrIap ndlWitr JhI Ml AND 117 WiiT MMIN STMBT I BASE BALL Lively Interest Now Taken In New Catholic Asso elation Much enthusiasm was displayed at the meeting at Stt Anthonys Hall when the organization ot the Falls Cities Catholic Athletic Association was completed Nine teams were represented and about 100 fans awl players were present Capt Frank Rolchert made An interesting talk Tho other Directors who were elected at the previous meeting Father Charles P Raffo H F Wlllenbrlnk John Flood and Matt Foley either announced In person or sent word that they were pleased to bo chosen and all declared that they would gladly servo The following com mittee was appointed by Father Murphy to decide upon the cost o tho franchises and the time for the start of the games Chairman Will lam Ryan Georgo RIggs St Louis Bertrands Andrew Uhrig Holy Cross J Gonshoimer St Anthonys Georga M Nally St Williams James Whallen Sacred Heart Al bert Fie St Philip Nerls Julius Bondomlller St Martins Stammer man St Charles Borromeos and Rabba Holy Trinity The franchise price was fixed at 15 and the com mittee reported that it favored 930 oclock as the best time to begin the league games allowing fifteen min utes of grace after that period This report was unanimously adopted The next meeting will take place February 16 FORTUNES May Be Realized From Oil Lands In Oklahoma Fields James T Burns a native of this city hut for the past twelve years prominent in real estate circles in Oklahoma is hero interesting his friends and organizing a company for the development of the oil fields adjacent to Ardmore Mr Burns says ho brings back to his relatives neighbors and friends a proposition that is guaranteed The company he is organizing will par chase 1280 quarter acre lots for 100 each which will also entitle tho holder to seventyfive shares In the Scully Oil and Gas Company Any lot owner on whose land oil Is de voloped will receive 12 per cent of the product which from a 200 barrel well would realize 1876 per day to which will be added the cUyIdonde flow ot oil the larger the profit The balance will be divided equally among the 1280 lot holders This appears like a safe Investment and tho amount required to buy a lot is small GONE TO REST James M Welsh for over twenty years a popular employe of theI Louisville Nashville railroad died Monday afternoon at tho residence of his sister Mrs Julius Scott 1752 Frankfort avenue The deceased was thirtynine years of age and was foreman in the railroad yards at the time of his death He Is survived by his sister with whom he made his home and ono brother William Welsh The funeral took place Wednesday morning from the Church of the Blessed Sacrament Rev Father OSulllvan being the celebrant of the solemn mass of requiem Fellow railroad men and mourning friends and relatives thronged the church and attested the respect In which the deceased was held EUCHRE AND LOTTO The euchre and lotto for the bene fit of St Williams church will take place tomorrow afternoon and even- Ing at Nadorffs Hall Eighteenth and Kentucky and a large and happy crowd lla expected Rev Father Ford and the people of his parish have been busy arranging for this affair and they assure their friends some handsome prizes Be sies the games there will be other entertainment of a pleasing character HAPPY PARENTS Mr and Mrs Albert Arts of Third supremelyhappy daughter born to this household and Itisneedless to say that they are search ing the list for a name just pretty enough for this little girl LUDLOW The formal opening of the auditorium of the handsome new St James parochial school building at Ludlow in the CovIngton dlocjese will take place on February 20 The occasion will be marked by a public reception for which the Ladles Cath olic Benevolent Association are mak- Ing elaborate arrangements RECOVERED The many friends of Rev Father Jansen pastor ot St Brlgids church will rejoice to know that he has fully recovered from the attack ot grip from which be suffered and residence LINCOLNS BOITHDAY I1 KnlgbtsotColumbus Mondaywith be an entertaining programme and an address by George H Heater CATHOLIC POPULATION According tothe Catliolifl Dtr donthleatJtouc1 Umpire is 11174000 teat year thee number was 1816886 Ireland is credited with 881000 and Bogland l MS000r- y L r Ifr You pay no middle mans profit when you buy the Adler Southern Piano fl No dealer in Louisville handles our instruments We have no retail stores JI WeseHon the easy ayment plan if desired ff The Adler Southern is sold RETAIL direct from the factory to the home at factory pricesI Sold Only At Our Factory I Adler Mfg Cor Incorporated 9 Makers of HighGrade Pianos 29th and Chestnut Streets Louisville Ky KNIGflTS OP COllIBBS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Headed by St Vincents boy band 200 Denser Knights journeyed to Boulder for the exemplification for a class of fifty n v There Is inmh ac4lfity in Central New York wt the icouncjlslnall the towns and citiestaro lIncreasing their membership Albany Knights have already chartered a special train ot Pullman cars to carry their members to Washing ton for the unveiling of the Columbus memorialCardinal Farley and Mayor Gaynor were honor guests of the New York Knights at the annual charity ball last night in the Sixtyninth RegI- ment Armory Erie Knights have arranged for the Christian burial of friendless poor who die at the county almshouse thus rescuing their bodies from the State Hospital dissecting room At the banquet following the In stallation at Olean N Y when covers were laid for 100 the prediction was made that that little town would have over 200 members before the end of the year Deputy Attorney General Jerry Conner was toastmaster and Excise Commissioner Charles Norris of Al bany was the principal speaker at the banquet following the installation at ONeida N Y The Knights of Rockford III have perfected the organization of a Cath olic boys club for which they made an appropriation of 500 Tho club will be for the physical and moral training entertainment and recrea tion of boys between fourteen and twentyono years and will be self governing AVENUE THEATER Through Death Valley next weeks Avenue Theater offering is a Vivid and exciting exposition of I MieS MIA2W3ARJ3T SNOW The Heroine la Death Valley lift In the Far West during the time the Mormons ruled the land between Utah and California wad IB eptete with high clan melodramatic features The ylot hinge on the vlltalny of a letter Day SafAh who attempts to cperoe a young girl to jnarry his a1I1tioaTJar if said to be nay amouut of exciting In cident In the action Including a fierce battle between the Indians andrhlteiaD4 the story told la not only entertaining but iaatruotive j Y well INVITED Ladles Auxiliary Will Wit ness Next Hibernian Initiation Division 1 A O H held a well attended meeting Tuesday night and completed Its part of the arrange month for the Joint Initiation to take place at Falls City Hall on February 20 President Martin Cusick was absent from the city attending the national meeting of merchant tailors and Thomas Keonan was called to tho chair Daniel McCarthy acting as Vice President Two now members were obligated and the reports of the County Board meeting wero received iMessru Daniel McCarthy William M HIggins Thomas Keonan Thomas Tarpy and Thomas Lawler were named to represent Di vision 1 In the Catholic Federation The Secretary was Instructed to notify all candidates and members of committee tLadlesAuxUary Wednesday Aux1ary appreciationaccordedthemthe divisions and as there will be a exemplification ceremonies Division 1 will bo host and this means a good time for allpresent TRINITY COUNCIL Short But Spicy Sessions Bring Out Young Men Short provIngand are bringing out the young men numbersMonday candidates routinebusInessAll present The Literary Commit tee of which Vic Ecker Is Chairman reported that their programme for the coming season bad been ar ranged and would be inaugurated next Monday night with a Lincoln penny contest This will prove In structive and amusing for which all should be provided with a Lincoln penny The programme includes lec tures literary entertainments and social evenings that should prove popular In tho contest Monday night the prize to be awarded will prove a surprise to the winner The committee in charge of the coming opera reported that the rehearsals were well attended and that admirable progress was being made by cast and chorus Announcement was also made that the recent euchre was a success In every way I MISS AiDONALD ILL Mfss Effle McDonald the organist at St Frances of Rome church Is 111 at Sts Mary and Elizabeths Hos pital with an attack of typhoid fever Miss McDonald is one of Louisvllloo most accomplished vo calists and musicians and has taken part in many Catholic entertainments for charity and is especially remembered for her rendition of Irish ballads In the St Patricks day entertainment of last year Her many friends and admirers hope for a speedy recovery MASONIC THEATER SECURED At a meeting of tho County Board A O H this past week called by County President Thomas J Dolan reports were heard from the committee appointed to make arrangements for the celebration of St Patricks day and It was de cided to have the lecture and enter tainment at Masonic Theater Man ager John J Garrlty submitting a most liberal proposition to the County Board John J Barry Hugh HourIgan Thomas Lawler and County President Dolan are now arranging tho programme for that evening and prospects are bright for one of the most successful celebra tion In years HURT BY FALL manyiOhio railroad slipped on tho Icy pavement Tuesday on Spring street Jefforsonville and in falling suf fered a bad scalp wound BENEFIT EUCHRE Miss Margaret Tobin will enter tain with euchre next Friday evening at her residence 734 South Fourth avenue and extends an Invitation to her friends to be present as the pro ceeds derived from tho euchre will be donated to Sacred Heart Retreat K OF O DANCE Local council Knights of Colum bus 390 will entertain with a dance next Monday evening for the mem ben And their families at the clubhouse Thomas W Tarpy Chair man of the Entertainment Commit tee la In charge of the arrangements SHUBERT MASONIC The Gamblers will be the at traction at the Shubert Theater for three days beginning Monday February 19 This splendidly con structed and absorbingly Interest tag new play by Charles Klein established the record for long rune among the plays of the past season remaining at Maxine Elliott Thea ter New York City Sot over 200 consecutive performaaeee BUFFALOS NEW CATHEDRAL The cornerstone of the imposing and handsome new St Josephs Oaths dral at Buffalo will be laid on Sundays April J8th8 feast of its patron 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Louisville Ky WALNUTSTTHEATER Starting Sunday Matinee February 11 LAURA DRAKEI- n the Leading Role of the Seasons Greatest Production Att the Meicy off Tiberius Miss Drake is a sterling actress and is remembered for her brilliant work in other standard dramas Matinees Tuesday Thursday Satir day Best seats 25c Night Prices 25c 3Sc SOc 75c i AVENUE THEATER Week Beginning With Matinee Sunday Afternoon- A New Drama ef the Far West Thru Death Valley Vivid exposition of Mormon rule in Utah and Calfornla replete with melo dramatic features and exciting action POPULAR PRICKS s Night Sunday and Holiday Matinees lOc 20c SOc Daily Matinees 10c 15c and 25c HOPKINS THEATER High Class Vaudeville AND Motion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENTS Three shows dally Sunday coatln now CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO TheM are the Leading Moving Pk tore HOMM So LbuUvlll Catering especially to Ladles aittlCJd- ldrCObUMBIA 5s tJalatortc kinder lbeana manyasemt Pre tI r1 CJELTIIOMPSONONLY Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 532 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1080 I All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonvllk hospitalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very ray onable For further particulars apply ta MOTHER MARY REQINA MERCY HOSPITAL Sparks AveiM Jefkrw IHe Is- PULSI I HENRY ftAIJIJ P I DYER AND GLEANER I Ladles and Gull WiiriirApjunV WORK GUARANTEE Phne3s38 528 Filth Street CENTRAL FURltTURECO lucorporittd pN5twV We furnish the home coin ptete oa easy payments WJK CALLAONAN Mer Seiae rite yep Mys aa Nessus- pare aallerNk 5T XAVIERr5 C 115 W aree4Ny tti =tt the Yanrlan qaaeeintLa1rIIneyuato IEt fd isM S ii l ff tXaiiji I j Is o KEJSTUOK I 0 SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS WearingApparel aa t i i f NNNIt MN fatiNNw f1l1MNSA10Nti6NiA6lii9dtir 1Nt+ NPlNNSIHIOPNHNO H hm DONT ENVY THE WELL DRESSED MAN BE OINC YOURSELF TheITbest dressedmen in the iin the largest cities are I clothes are now accepted as a standard in over 100 cities CLOTHES IV1AKE A DIFFERENCE i iInthe way a man locks They make a bigger in the way he feels It doesntJ t cost any more to look and feel right It is only a question of judgment in buying right IiI SUITS 15 MADE TO MEASURE SEELBAOH HOTEL BUILDING eee oetalhalf see+ etHaao eo eaHs oaaT THE BIG STORE Midwinter Clearance Sale The chance that comes only twice a year is now on SUITS OVERCOATSP- ants Hats Underwear etc all going at wonderfully low prices ii THE BIG STOREMILTON MARBLESTONE d00 aaoaoss eaostoa- seosetrwst WINTER 4Z4 West Market Between StIIFourth and Fifth JfmrJ MULLOYS COFFEE la welcomed into every home where quality and freshness are required Youll be pleased with his special grade at 3 Lbs for 75c r PHONE A TRIAL ORDER JOHN H MULLOY Hone Pfaon 1333 aim W MARKET STREETB JAs J NAUGHTON JOS N HIGGINS CHAS E NAUGHTON Naughtons Pharmacy Prescriptions Filled By Registered Pharmacists Only Telephone Us and We Send For Them Home Phone 897 TENTH AND JEFFERSON STS NiNa s101N1 1 FOR GOODNESS SAI E EAT MOTHERS BREAD I Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South v + H eowa+ 11 swaeaP4 oe41N MM MULDOON Practical Horse Shoer Handmade Shoes of all kinds Trotting horses a specialty I All work promptly attended to and guar anteed Horses Called Per and Delivered 404 EAST MAIN STREET Ii HOME PHONE 5579 U IT DOESNT PAY J Toargue against QUALITY Get the BEST in the start ands JMI satisfied in the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER 1 MANUFACTURED BY KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COpr s Incorporated PInt1AttlnlRer c PORTLAND UNDRY L C OASPBRSBN PROPcCOLL- ARSanellSc Per 0 ozeoII FAMI YWASHINGrt Crbs l4W7U Mete lPlreas71i8 w 611 R lroXJAtNAVE Jlj n rf1 F t I HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doln the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Tho National Board met last week- In Now York City New York Sato will show marked increase In Its report 1911 Much will be mado of St Patricks- day by the Hibernians of Hibbin Minn The Ladies Auxiliary has a flour- Ishiug juvenile division in Indian apolisPreliminary reports Indicate most prosperous year ahead for Ladles Auxiliary With twentyone charter membe a promising division has been iIn- stituted In faroff Fargo N D Committees are now conferring reference to the erection of a Hiber- nIan building at Cambridge Mass Theannual reception of the A cient Order at Fort Wayne held the Commercial Club was a notab social function Divisions 1 and 6 of Portland- tllalne are arranging a joint celebration for the anniversary of Robert- Emmet on March 4 Owing to the hard times Division ot Dunkirk Ni Yhas votedcol state all members in arrears witho the payment of back dues The St Patricks day parade wl be made a big feature by Terre Haute- Hibernians who have invited all th divisions of nearby counties to tak partTho juvenile division organize- last month by the Ladles AuxlUnry- of Minneapolis has now a membership of fiftyfive with prospects fora splendid future Boston Hibernians will not parad- this year on St Patricks day bu instead will visit their churches and receive holy co munion in a body The divisions of Worcester Mass will celebrate St Patricks day wit a concert in Mechanics Hall As feast day falls on Sunday It was d cided to have no parade At a recent meeting of Division of Duluth the Right Rev Bishop McGolrlck presented President M J Harney of Division 1 with an Irish- bog oak gavel which came from Ire landFrancis J Hartln Roderick Kennedy and William McDowell hea committees arranging for tht Huber nian annual parade reception and ball In honor of Irelands patron saint In New York Things look bright for a successful year In Hibernian circles In Now Hampshire Arrangements are be- ling made in Manchester for a banquet and fitting observance of St Patricks day and a ball after Easter- b the four divisions and auxiliary to Increase the fund for the enter tainment of the State convention this fallPlans are well arranged for a rec cordbreaklng Hibernian celebration In Indianapolis The Irish national holiday falls this year on Sunday and a vast throng of visitors are expected There will be emblematic floats another d Interesting features to the parade which will probably bo the largest ever seen In the Hoosier cap ital HOPKINS THEATER For next week the Hopkins Thea ter management has secured some of the cleverest talent on the vaudeville stage and the programme will be one of unusual merit The comedy turns sparkle with twit and dialogue while the musical and other num bars are all high class The excellence of the entertainment given constantly adding to the- opularity of the Hopbine EUCHRE AND LOTTO StLouislain with another of their series of euchre and lotto next Ijriday after noon and evening at Bertraad Hall street between Oak and St Catherine the afternoon games called at 230 oclock and the even tag games at8U oclock Espe cially handsome prizes have been secured by the Jtdles and Wlsa Fan ale Kennedy President of the wdallty aanounoa ttiattlle paves lill l eglnprelmaptly on time and xd fiM all deajrow of plWIK t4wttt S h SOCIETY DIRECTORY I g I A O 11- DIVISION I 1 Meeta at Falls City Hall n Fir and Third Tuesday President Martin J Cuslck Vice President Charles J Finn Q ai gan for Recording Secretary Anthony J TompkinsFinancial Secretary Joseph Far rollgFinancial Secretary Jos E Farrell 1808 West Market Treasurer Thomas P Lawler SergeantatArma Louis Roller Sentinel Henry McDermott a the DIVISION L Beets first and third Wednesdays rsOdd Fellows Hall Sixth and Walnut streets ForduVice Treasurer James Welsh SecretaryDanielut J SecretaryJohnle J SergeantatAlmsJ Charles Obst Sentinel Edward Erennan 4 DIVISftff3 2 Yeet8vrjllanI11lKMda1s PortlandnPresldontrHugh Hourigan MaloneytRecording SecretaryThos Stev enseJ SecretaryJohne G DoughertydSentinel Thomas Noon DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monda StreetGHonnessyhLynchmRecording SecretaryJohn J Barry Dhomacb Jr Langan 807 West Oak BradyeSergeantatArmsJohn Coleman 1SentinelM J McDermott DIVISION 1 Moets First and Third Wednesday At Elks Hall County President Lawrence FordJ ColedVice President J E Murphy Recording Secretary Hugh Mc Grodjr Financial SecretaryJohn Hogan Treasurer B A Coll1 Michael Gar rity SentinelThomas Gleason Marshal Mtehael Noon I Y ii I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at tilub House 344 North Twentysixth Q Adams First Vice President A C Sink Second Vice PresldontWl lieml RlhnFinancial Secretary Wm Link Recording Secretary Robert Os borne OeorgJiLltuttTreasurerdobert BurkeMarshalJohn Inside SenUaetpeteriAndriotO- ufAtlde SentinellIoseph Hlggins I 3MIDWINTER FESTIVAL For the benefit of St Francis of Assist church otf he Bardstown road the members of the congregation and Rev Father Potheut have arranged lot a great midwinter festival to be given in the school ball oa Monday and Tuesday February L9rand20 t6 AspleadIdand every effort will tie made to en tertain the patrons both afternoons and evenings and make this a moat foJlowingladlellGeorge Glass Mrs Charles Fegen- bush Mni Cnarle Huber Mrs Frank Bauer and MreLoula Zimltcb STOP FOB LSNT f I Gl The Loulifllle Couacil say a- largely ot 1 attended ytud eajoyable H wctatkta will lie ta4iMt noo1MI 1 seat until aftM IJtit Jr Y 0 IRELAND Record of the Most Important oit the Recent Events Culled Exchangesst Tho death of the Very Rev Cano OMahony of Crookutown Is wldel regretted James Roche a newspaper vendor has been nominated for election to the New Ross Urban Council Charles Kennedy hosiery menu facturer at Glehtles was sworn In a Magistrate for County Donegal There being no criminal busine at the Mayo Quarter Sessions th Judgo was presented with whit- gloves Out of five candidates Miss Clare Phelan has been unanimously select ed nurse matron of Carrjckmacross Fever Hospital There was no criminal business a Dundalk Sessions and Judge Gree In acknowledging a presentation o white gloves paid a high tribute to the crlmeletrs state of County Louth The death of Michael Collins f Limerick removes an old and prom inent citizen He had been Identified with tho Fenian movement and was also prominent In tho amnesty movement Speaking In Mulllngar Cl1thedral- the Most Rev tlr Gaughrah said every ten years tr1M last five decades some 10000 Catholics left the diocese of Meath for foreign lands The Committee of of the Ring Irish College has passed a resolution deploring the death of recordingadeep appreciation ofhis generosity to the college William F Barry County Sur meetyIng of the Wexford County Council unanimously elected County Sur veyor of Wexford at a salary of 2 COO per annum Serious damage has recently been caused by flooding In Fermanagh Hundreds of acres are under water along the shores of Lough Erne the upper lake of which Is over three feet above the level The Right Rev Dean Kavanagh of Now Ross was unanimously reelected Chairman of the New Ross Urban School Attendance Committee for the ensuing three years and P Murphy Vice Chairman While a boatman named John Mc Grath was taking two policemen across Rosspolnt Day County Mayo a mishap occurred and all three were drowned The empty boat and one of the bodies were found the follow ing day Tho town of Balllna was decor ated in honor of the consecration of the IMost Rev Dr Naughton as Dlshop of Klllala Previous to his elevation to the see of Klllala Dr Naughton was President of St Muredachs College The house of Michael Ryan on the Ballyhanahan farm County Clare has been fired Into and both Ryan and his wife wounded A District Councillor named Timothy Flanigan of Corofln has boon arrested In connection with tho affair The premises of E Sheridan boot merchant Newly With their con tents were destroyed by Ire Mr and Mrs Sheridan who are both over seventy years of age were rescued with difficulty The damage which IB not covered by insurance is estimated at 6000 MOTION PICTURES The moving pictures shown dally at the Casino and Columbia were never more pleasing for lovers of this kind of amusement With the latest films and frequent changes both houses are constantly filled with delighted patrons For next week the Include some of the most pretentious and Interest Ing pictures ever shown here WALNUT THEATER 11 The Walnut Theater will next week offer Its best production of the seMon Laura Drake one ot the best known of the character actresses who grace the American stage has been especially engaged to play Elllce Brentano Inetha V er production of At the actressIITiberius Thin sterling will be remembered for her la The Btohopa Carriage The Ninety and NiB ad The RWM NextDoorirabe win toe Wfl= poM4Ht1tJnc bisapany t- k r n L Save Both Phones 2207 617 S Fourth Ave NNt1N country difference good JEFFERSONVILLE SergeantatArms PresidentFrank Management programme OVERCOATS X15UNION AT Yyy THE BEST THE LATEST FOR THE LEAST We are showing this season in Ladies Duchess Boots the snappieststyles in all the finest Leathers and Cloths inJ Lacey High and Low Tops- At the same popular prices that appeal to all Special attention given to fitting children New Home for the Celebrated EMERSON Shoes for Men For Louisville New Albany and Jeffersonvilje MICHAELo336 WEST MARKET STREET Wantsfl AnI YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best r IJAMES GREENE I StreetIKODflK SUPPLIES Every Requisite For Amateur and Professional Photographers Photographic Developing and Printing J fI SOUVENIR POST CARDS PICTURE FRAMING ll 321 West J8fffarces- loaisRle Charlie White=Moon THE COW BOY HERBALIST COMCELSAR andHerbsHome Office and Laboratory 37293731 W Broadway Louisville kr JOHN CAMPBELL Practical Horse SSlioer Toe Cracks Split Hoofs Corns Con tracted Feet and all Ailments of the Feet Properly Shod Rubber Pads Hand Made Shoes Driving Horse Shoes of All Kinds Horses Called For and I Delivered Home Phone 5283 Ja 525 13th St Bet Walnut and MadisiR i GEHER SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET Offer Their Complete Lineof the Latest Improved STOVES AND RANGES Gas Ranges Gas and Oil Heaters Especial attention is drawn to their line of Stoves aad Ranges llmade ia LoulsvlUeI t t t t t FIJIz WIJIM OJJAJoq p4 AL KOhBS45 West Green StrtLllR- 1JOlM I p f c H 1f i r flJifF 1 r i olJ f