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PATRONIZE CREAGERSBUSINESS BUSINESSSCHOOL Second aad Brecklaridge XXIXNO 26 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY DECEMBER 28 PRICE FIVE MEMORIAL Sundry Afternoon ServicesatsHeld Bertram Hall Hibernians Pay Marked Tribute toplcmory of Their Dead Excellent Musical Programme Rendered by Auxiliary Choir GALLED FROM RANKS the near approach of Christmas and the numerous duties devolving upon members large numbers of Hibernians and the Ladles afterAuxiliary noon at Bertrand Hall at one of the most impressive and interesting meetings In the history of the order tatInservices were hejd fdr deceased JmembersandConnellyseated on the stage with him were the County officers Presidents of divisions State President Welsh and the speakers Owing to the absence of the County Chaplain Rev Father Cronin V G who was detained by his pastoral duties the opening prayer was offered by the State President In his opening remarks County President Connelly expressed regret at the unavoidable absence of Father Cronin They were he said following the custom of the Ancient Order which recognized no greater duty than holding these memorial services and prayers for the dead The Ancient Order helps Its mem J bers while living and remembers them after death and it was there for they entered Into the solemni ties of tho occasion and recalled the memory and example of those de parted who were loyal to both God and their home During this happy payhomagewere well to remember the dead proving our loyalty by the practice of the great Christian charity I The toll of the dead during the past year was read by County Secre tary jQKeefe the number being sYeitL They were E B Morgan of DiYISiP JamebC Horan Patrick IbU 1M adtp lbrry Drdaly Patrick Price and John Phelan of Division Next followed the rendi tion of The Angelus by the Ladles Auxiliary choir James P Barry speaking for Division 1 said that amid the many distractions that surround us we are apt to forget and it was therefore only proper that we gather upon occasions like this and remember those who gave the Ancient Order of Hibernians their untiring efforts and best zeal and had done so much to make their order the grand one it Is For these we cherish a full measure of charity and brotherly love They were assembled he said to pro claim appreciation of the work and virtues of these departed which may well be a mark for the futureWilliam T Meehan who was ex pected to represent Division 2 was called away from the city and could not be The choir rendered next Face to Face Lawrence Mackey paying a tribute of honor and respect to the dead said Division 3 had been visited by the Grim Reaper and three more called since last year It was he said consoling to know that those to whom we now pay tribute will in turn pay tribute to us These memorial exercises show the real Hihnrnlan and signify the true man and Christian William P McDonogh read the resolutions of Division 4 upon the death of three members which was felt as a severe loss In concluding a feeling tribute he asked that all continue their prayers for those de partedState President Welsh declared himself favorably Impressed with the exercises which were carried out as by no other society He ad vocated In addition to the prayers that there be also a memorial mass at which all will offer their holy communion for the deceased mem bers In concluding ho hoped the hand of death would deal lightly during the coming year Councilman Thomas Dolan for merly County President expressed a feeling of sadness at missing so many faces but nevertheless was rejoiced to see that those who had been called were still loved and remembered It was on occasions like this tie said that the Irish Catholic spirit was revealed and also enkindled with new life For the order he sympathy to the divisions and the relatives of the departed When the choir had rendered the Ave Marla the County President expressed tho appreciation and grati tude of all present for the part taken by the Ladles Auxiliary For all he yearhoplng ing from the next memoriall meeting GROUND UNDER WHEELS Saturday evening little Helen Mc GInty the fiveyearold daughter of William McGInty 723 Fehr avenue was run over and badly by aPewee Valley ear at She byand Green street The child had been to astore aid was returning to tier r 11 J KENTUCKY IRYSII AMERICAN I IVOLUME home across the street when struck by the car She was knocked down the wheels passing over her left leg and also bruising her about the body and face When taken from beneath the wheels the Injured child was taken to St Anthonys Hospital where the Injured limb was amputated Her condition was considered critical but at last ac counts there was much hope for her recovery BEN BECKMAN President Columbia Athletic Club VALENTINE Charges Brought Against Him Have Been Proven The Graham Committee on Ex penditures in the Interior Depart ment which has been investigating the Indian Office made Its report to tho House of Representatives in which it finds not only that former Commissioner Valentine who re signed during the recent campaign on the ground that he found it neces sary to do so in order to support the Progressive party was guilty of mis conduct In office and of law but that Secretary of the In terior Walter J Fisher In permitting Valentines conduct seriously re flected upon the administration of the affairs of the Interior Department The report is ThatIerately disregarded evaded and violated in a flagrant manner both the letter and the spirit of the civil service law and that in connection therewith he has caused bi1iM a11taaZliaGtheMcondt I Service under Mr Valentine was one of Inefficiency and disorganiza tion It will be remembered that this is the person who while Corn missioner of Indian Affairs Issued that notorious antigarb order which prohibited those of the various Catholic religious orders from wear Ing their distinctive religious dress while teaching In the Indian schools The order never became suspendedItwhile the President was besieged with for Commissioner Val pressurehadmissal Valentine resigned and his resignation was accepted Immedi serviceNowagainst him have been proven we ilongandOhlckenscome UWOYED Sir Edward Carson Gets Little Comfort lProm Unionists Sir Edward Carson is reoprted to have told the Irish members of Parliament after feasting with them at the Junior Constitutional Club that one thing more than all others filled him with surmise Itwas that he met so many men In this nothingOrangothem unmoved dummy cannon and sham rifles strike no terror into their hearts Sir Edward further lamented that In the upper stratum of society men said to Why do you bother about this You could go on mak prosTessionof ease and comfort The hint seems to have been delicately con veyed but It really amounts to this that some of the best people have allusively told Sir Edwe rd that he Is old enough to know better CLEJEBNTS FOR CONGRESS Hon Clements of Owens boro announces his candidacy for Congressman from the Second district to succeed tho Hon A O Stanley In case the latter is success ful in his race for the Senatorshlp Mr Clements was one of Stanleys opponents In his last race and the one who made the best showing He is very popular in the entire Green river district and his eminent fitness for the position should assure him the place FAITH THAT GROWS g During the last hundred years Catholic missionaries have spread 300O0oQOprusIn Australia and New Zealand had no missionaries arid few Ctfcoliaa To day there are more than a million r C MARRIAGE Catholic Impresses an Ohio Protestant Editor Moved to Write Article Pram ing Its Dignity and Reverence Np Cases of Divorce Or Free Love Among Our Catholics FROM THE DESHLER FLAG For ages there has been consid erable said and written both in Jest and in all sincerity about marriage has1beenmarriage in too many Instances we are sorry to say still to be I a failure and perhaps always will be until some different forms and laws I are adopted in this country makingII the marriage vow more worthy of reverence A few weeks I ago we had the opportunity and the pleasure of attending our first Cathj ollc wedding held in the Catholic church In this city and we were glad that we availed ourself of this opportunity ae It has furnished us with the thought for this article and if what we have to say results In one good turn we will be doubly glad that we witnessed this ceremony Uipon entering the church filled with friends of the contracting par ties we noticed that there was an air of sacredness pervading every nook and corner of the sanctuary something that we seldom observe at a Protestant wedding When the bridal couple entered and took theirs places at the altar to the sweet strains from the choir orchestra the scene wsa subject for an artist and one that will require years to fade from the memory of those who were pros ent While the entire was Greek to us the c proper the mass and iehionyII Ing given In Latin yet we realizedtt that there was enough in It to Im press the sacredness of the Covenant lobeobjsCwondertJbe1faresoit ti eoi+lgrreltHi tie eo te Pt l9ikNlt J Then we drew a contrast between the scene before us and the way we Protestants get married After a courtship of only a few months dura t Lion we rush to a minister a Mayor I or Justice of the Peace and flip presto change Another man and wife has been ground out to travel lifes rugged path In almost the twinkling of an eye giving little any thought to the obligations IfII were entering Into only to seek the divorce court In a week or two while I this Catholic marriage required quite an hour or more Quite a difference Something to It eh Have you ever noticed what few divorces there are among the Catholic people There must be something to such ceremonies that will cause men and women to dwell happily to gether until death do we part There is another feature about a Catholic marriage that should not be overlooked The admonition What God has Joined together let no man put asunder Is a command that Is highly reverenced by their faith We can not call to mind now that we ever knew of a case of free love among the Catholics and we have covered considerable territory during existenceWhile sat there in the church watching to us the very impressive ceremony the question came to us menlandwill cause man and wife to be honest and true to each otqfclihen in the name of God what Is wrong with our Protestant religion for we regret to say the divorce and freelove llarmiDgIratesent these thoughts to our readers especially those of the Protestant belief and ask thorn wherein are we wrong Why does not our bind men and women together with I that same devoutness the Catholic faith doesII Is It because our marriage vows are too meaningless- Is It because they are so frivolous consldIeratlononly If these be true let steps be taken to right the wrong at once Give us I more Catholic marriagesmarriages- that will cause men and women tot dwell together In union as God in- tendedI them to Then and not until ithejn will we have a better world HIS DEATH Friends of George P Kruse were deeply to learn of his death which occurred at the home of his Mr and Mrs George Kruee 995 Vine street following a short illness By his death Holy Trinity parish loses one of Its mot ex emplary young men one who was over attentive to his religious duties and who died and consoled by the rites of the holy church of which he was a devout member De ceased was only twentythree years i thelaaetioi o v r j 1 wt g trlous and sober and his kind and obliging disposition won him the friendship pt all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance and they were many Though his time was engaged as a wood carver young Kruse took active Interest in his parish society affairs and hero his services will be missed Besides his parents two sisters and seven brothers surylve to mourn his death The funeral was held Mon day morning solemn requiem mass being celebrated by the Rev Father Berreshelm after which the body was tenderly laid to rest In St Louis cemeteryIOs GOOD WORK Directors PorSt Lawrence institute= Sunday A rFriends and Supporters of St Lawrence Institute held an Interest Ing and very Harmonious meeting Sunday eventW when reports were read and new members of the Board of Directors werol chosen The new officials who will serve until 1915 are Col James L Hackett Jacob B Ohligschlager pohn Tobe J Will andITreasurert InIcellent work Brother Pius caring for over 100 wbjltlng boys Atten tion was called to the Choral Club concert which will be given at the Shubert MasonlC1 Theater on Sunday night January 12 for the benefit of this most deserving home and ail present were urged to take an Inter est in making ita success St Law rence Institute Is making good men of poor and parentless boys and de ser supportr Dt DIV PiColumblath letlc Clubs Lively New YearsP Jubileer jubilee1vU1gramme of Jhewe wire Columbia Athletic ClubJonday night the members were entertained by the arrangedtor pleasantIholidayeventeve Jubilee Tjlg latter du dl oftheclubtheirI l rmaayfriends tt Club members Those who attended last years Jubilee are enthusiastic over this decision Owing to the fact that Christmas eve and New Years eve fall on Tuesday It was decided to hold only one meeting on Monday January 30 Many members re ported that they had soW their tickets for the production at the Macauloys Theater on December 29 anotherIas was year RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Miss Mary Sheri dan a widely respected resident of the Eaat End was held Monday morning from St Johns church Miss was eightyone years old and made her home with her nephew William Madden 813 East Jefferson street She is survived by one brother Matthew Sheridan who resides in John Cdnnelly 713 East Madison street who had been ill since last October was released from his earthly suffering which was borne with patience and fortitude on Sun day evening He Is survived by his widow and one son for whom sym I heldIthe calebrant of the requiem mass Adam Eberle for many years a resident of the East End and mem I ber of St de Pauls parish succumbed to an attack of cirrhosisII of the liver leaving his wife Mrs Eberle and several children to mourn his death Deceased was amemberot the Catholic I of America which was largely represented at the funeral Tuesday morning when Rev Father I Thome officiated at the solemn mass of requiem I IHeartfelt sympathy Is extended to the griefstricken parents and friends ot Miss Marie G Dant who died Saturday night at the home of herI father John P Dant 620 West gradluated her for her many virtues and pleas Ing traits of character She Is sur vived by her and two sisters Misses Katie and Rose Dant and one brother John P Dant Jr Mon day the remains were taken to Chicago Ky where the funeral was held Tuesday morning with inter ment In the family cemetery HARD EARNED VICTORY The members of the Catholic Womens Club wish to return thanks to their friends who aided them In winning tho 500 cash prize offered by the Louisville Herald In the re cent popularity contest As a campaign manager 1tIrslIyraL Burns matron of the club certainly proved her worth In enlisting friends of the club in the contest Christmas day at the club house was one of Jollifi cation for the club members and friends t DEMOCRATS 1 Win Select Party and Traders on Saturday January 18 Life of Bcck lUlU Doom Fast Ebbing Away in Spite of Halys Frantic Efforts Socialists Standing Candidate For Congress Sore at Kentucky Irish American THE LATEST POLITICAL GOSSIP Under the new party law tho Democrats in every county of the State will hold precinct mass conventions on Saturday afternoon 18 and elect Precinct Committeemen one from each pre cinct they in turn to meet at a later rate and select a County Chairman and Secretary and in the larger cities to also elect Ward Chairmen The BeckhamHaly Democrats of which the Evening Post claims there are a large number in Louisville especially will be given a chance to show their great strength on that day and select a committee of their liking that will be more to their own idea of Democratic leaders The selection and reorganization of the party all over the State will strengthen it Immeasurably as this mode of choosing party leaders is in line with the true spirit of Democ racy and will make the party throughout the State the party of the people and by the people I The most noticeable feature In State politics at present is the rapid subsiding of the Beckham boom for United States Senator In spite of the careful launching and by Percy Haly It is dying handUngII greatest blow to its success being the ultimatum of many party leaders that Beckham was too weak a can dldate to risk chances with if de clared the nominee as the combined proIgressleSDemocrats would surely lose the Senatorship to the At the coming partyII two State Senators In addition to eight members of the Legislature from this county and thus far only two nas11H been mentioned foi thebClatorshIP 9 Iu- J DJltJll JJefferson countyan the Flret andV Second wards Charles H Knight present member of the Legislature from the First ward has been tipped to succeed Senator Herman D New comb who will retire In the Thirtyeighth district composed of the lower five wards Senator Mark Ryan will be given the Indorsement In the Legislative races Luther OwIngs Adam Spahn William J KuhP L Atherton William A Perry and Sam Robertson will be candidates to succeed themselves though Col Fred Levys name has been mentioned in Athertons dis trict as a possible candidate To succeed to Mr Knights seat Charles Barker and J C Kirchdorfer have been rumored candidates The local Socialist organ this past week contained a vicious attack on the Kentucky Irish American for Its criticism ot Wayland the former publisher of the Appeal to Reason Wayland having committed suicide while under Indictment by the Fed eral grand jury The article was written by Charles Dobbs one of the editors and Incidentally the biennial candidate for Congress of the Social ist party he having received 1493 votes against Congressman Sherleys 24795 In last months election this tact alone being a tribute to Louis villes voters in the fact that they havent been fooled by Dobbs and his dupe followers to any appreciable extent Much of Dobbs bitterness is due to the warning of the Trades and Labor Assembly delegates by the Kentucky Irish American to not allow the Socialists to secure an open Ing wedge in their ranks In his attempts to keep Catholics from attacking Socialism Dobbs also states that Decent Catholics also know that If controversy is pitched on the personal plane there is an inexhaustible mine of information about the immoralities of Catholic priests and laymen which may be opened at any moment This is really humor ous coming from this writer in view of his experience while on the staff of the Evening Times several years ago when he penned a short article attacking the people of St Martins church for adoring relics as he stated adding that this was In line with what P T Barnum said about how the American people liked to be humbugged After a storm of Indignant protests were registered led by the Kentucky Irish American Dobbs was fired by the Halde mans and is now a shining example of what everyone knows Scratch a deep and you will find an A P A at heartS- HOCIUNG CATASTROPHE The tragic death of Mrs Nellie Nuttman wife of Gus Nuttman en gineer on tho Southern railroad on Christmas eve shocked and cast a pall ot gloom over the community In yhich she lived Mrs was at her home 216 North Twenty fifth street preparing to play the role of Santa Claus for the children of the neighborhood when her cloth ing caught tire and she was so badly burned that death ensued an hour after she was removed to the hospital In the house with her was r t 4 her mother aged eighty who daughterjAssistant han and Patrolmen Rlehl and Htll erlch rushed to the house and suc ceeded In subduing the flames but they had done their fatal work Before being taken to the hospital the dying woman called for a priest and Rev Father Gleeson of St Cecilias administered the sacra ments for the dying The funeral took place yesterday morning front St Cecilias church and was very largely I JOS G KRAEMER Secretary Columbia Athletic Club LEXINGTON Death of Mayor Cassldys Aged Father Causes SorrowI By tho death of John T Cassidy last Monday afternoon Lexington lost another of Its oldest and most respected citizens and the sad news caused a feeling of gloom through out the city The deceased was the father of J E Mayor of Lexington and died In St Josephs Hospital after an illness of only five days Mr Cassidy was seventy three years old and had spent an active and successful life having been enjaged In farming and various business enterprises Before becoming a citizen of Fayette county he was for a number of years a res- Ident of Fleming county and tor some time conducted a general mer chandise store In Flemlngsburg There he was married to Miss Laura Cassidy who although of the same name was not a blood relation From Flo ingsburg Mr Cassidy and fam + 3afterirjFlie riioved Into Lexington Besides his wife Mr Cassidy is by five children They are Mayor J E Cassidy Samuel Ah CassidY Presi dent of the Lexington Cigar Com pany and well known liveryman Kenneth K Cassidy a farmer of the county Mrs J R DeMoss wife of the former principal of Johnson school in Lexington and now a res ident of Iowa and Mrs Bryant White of St Paul Minn Mrs White had Just for a Christ mas visit to her parents and was with her father when the end came Mr Cassidy also left one brother Dr James Cassidy of Covington who was notified of the patients serious illness and arrived in time to be with his brother in his last moments Mrs DeMoss reached Lex- Ington on Tuesday The funeral was held Tuesday evening Rev Father Punch officiating at the solemn obsequies APPLICATIONS Still Coming In at a Great Rate For Division 4 A O H The boom for new members is etill being continued in Division 4 A O H and at the regular meeting in Hall last Monday even Ing the following names were pro posed for membership Jiichael Wolfe Hugh Madden Edward Byrne Daniel King Martin HIggins Joseph McCarthy John Ansbro and Joseph T OBrien All of the above were secured by Financial Secretary Langan who states that ho is now on the trail of the other booster Vice President Thomas Lynch and a battle royal is expected between these two for the cam paign honors Joseph Monroe was present having recovered from his recent injury and the Visiting Com mittee reported John C iFlynn re covered from his short spell of ill ness The division plans to have its big iultlatlpn on Monday February 24 and President John Hennessy is urging the members to make that a banner night for the Limerick divis ion and invite the of all the other local divisions to be present on that date ELECT OUR BISHOP From the Indiana Catholic we glean that this year marks the twen tythird anniversary of St Patricks Branch No 6Catholic Knights of America In Indianapolis Shortly after the arrival fthe Rev Denis ODonaghue ae pastor of St Pat ricks parish he organized the branch Even after he became Bishop of Louisville ho retained his member ship In this branch and never misses opportunity to speak in the interest of the C K of ATo show Its ap predation of the Louisville Bishop the Indianapolis KnIghts have again chosen him their Spiritual making his twentyfourth term t Iik r 7 x W j EAT ROSA BREAD UNION MADE Libels Redeemable at Kirbys a and lOc Storet 1912 CENTS SEVEN Despite guiding present extended injured directly violation voluminous effective requests Unionist LaVega Ceremony continues ceremony1 religion MOURN grieved parents fortified habits bereaved Sheridan Colorado Vincent Matilda Knights parents Committees January Socialist Nuttman attended Cassidy survived arrived Bertrand membership members Director I WASHINGTON a Many Witness Imposing Cere monies and Midnight Mass Services Chimes Peal Forth Welcome From Mount Saint Sepulchre Ceremonies Carried Out Jnst asJ in Bethlehem Christmas NightT- RADITIONAL PROCESSION HELD On Christmas eve In Washington as the hands of the clock approached the hour of 12 throngs of the faith ful wended their way from far and near to Mount Saint Sepulchre which is situated on a hill beyond the little village of Brookland near the Catholic University of America to witness the imposing ceremonies gonethrough theInightI levery Christmas eve and these cars are kept waiting until after the serv ices for the convenience of thoso who wish to return home but many theGrottocontinue to be read after the mid night functions are over The convent bells pealed out across the still night air seeming to longbetoreMount Saint Sepulchre was filled to overflowing with reverent and plus attentivelythe office r chimed rungout a fromhundreds thoheavenlygiven forth onhlgbbYtheandInoffectlve ftfter t hery1 Hhqce were1nocommunloastfbi d t T rJ the Adeste iPldalesIhe traditional procession with the Infant Jesus to heldina semicircular niche between two stairways the sacred shrine with a Jtsflooring thatInwhere our Lord was born Around the star Is the Inscription in Latin VJrginMarypiousbenefactors slabforms t theInfantI k isherebeholds It with even the stone bench whereon reproducedof Nazareth Turning to one side we come to a cavern hollowed In the rock This Is the place of the waslaidclothesbyniche hewn in rock for the purpose of aIIin the grotto all the ceremonies are Bethlehem figure singsthebrought forth her first born and wrapped him In swaddling clothes theIntantplaceofthenfInished thoTothe venerationencouragedtheseintroducedby t wonderfully for tobecome otthe pofpriv SaintSepulchrelehem has been reproduced in Its lowlycityand the same beautiful ceremonies Christmas1nlghtI thegreatdevotions likethetheeastofBethlehem I ILONG EUROPEAN TRIP r pPresidentNotreDameC President of Holy Cross CoHete opJanuary pertion e oj I I KIQNIUOKY 1 1 AERIOANe J G 1fiMLRI6fiNi1 L 1 Hiveted to the Social and Moral Mrancemeaeot ot Irish American and CaAelict Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Pullahera SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Bturd at the UnllvIM PottoHlc U eeeoodClue jlitttr Mdrt8i all CoiaaiualestloBi to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Greta St H TRADES tarsIUNION COUNCIL I LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY DECEMBER 28 1912 DOBBS 1 Thero is in this city one Charles Dobbs who soma years ago achieve notoriety through an ignorant and scandalous article on the relics in St Martins church written for one of the local daily papers and for which he was said to have been discharged For some time after he was unheard of until he wormed himself into the Socialist party By hook or crook he secured the Social- Ist nomination for Congress in this district where public feeling was manifested in the small voto cast for him But Dobbsy still yearns for the limelight which he seeks through espousing the cause of the Appeal to Reason Wayland who committed suicide and a nauseatlni t attack on the Kentucky Irish AmerlII can Dobbs and hla effusion excite i only our contempt and we therefor I prefer to leave him still outside the i limelight and the pale of our serious consideration i I VETO TUB BILL J In Washington the opinion IIs growing that President Taft will return to Congress without his ape proval the bill further restricting the Immigration of aliens into the UnitedI States Much will depend upon Ule character of the measure as 1ItI emerges from the conference comI mittee and reaches him for his action The disapproval of the President iIfI given will be based upon the prevision applying what is known as the illiteracy test It III said PresIdent h t Taft does not believe this test Will I result in excluding undesirable imI migrants but will keen out man who under American conditions would become good citizens It iis pointed out that if such a test haII wondtfult gressman Sherley has consistent tnlght prQ- vV the forerunneolgreater and more inimical legislation against immigration I E WINNING CARD 1 The addition of Paul Plaschke the cartoonist and Charles Musgrove I the poet and humorist to the Even ing Times has secured a winning 6 pair as these two gentlemen rant second to none In the United States Ii CATHOLICS AND EDUCATION Ii Now and then her enemies say the Catholic church Is the enemy of education and this despite the fact that we find here in this country established and maintained by church twelve large theI F eightythree seminaries 200 700 academies and 5000 parochial schools with a total attendance ot b 1500000 pupils Besides maintain- Ing this enormous burden we find Catholics contributing their share in taxes for the maintenance of the public school system From the beginning of the world facts refute these charges against the Catholic church and facts are stub born things Ask her enemies who preserved for us the Bible and the great pagan classics Was It not the monks of the Catholic church Who established common schools all over Europe Let Hallam the great anr swer The praise of having originally established schools belongs t to some Abbots and Bishops of the sixth century AngloSaxon records tell of Theo dorIc Archbishop of Canterbury sent by the Pope in 668 to propagate schools In the AngloSaxon church In the beginning of the eighth century the schools of England under Egbert were remarkable for art and science In council at Alxla Chapelle In 798 Bishops were commanded to establish free public schools The third general Lateran Council 1179 renewed the order In Rome in r 1078 a school of liberal arts wasIi placed beside every episcopal schoolI Through the dark ages every Bishop had his seminary every monastery UH exterior school every priest was bilged to sustain free parochial school as may be seen from thev vynod of Mentz In 800 Council of some in 836 and Lateran ConnclJ in 1178 In the eleventh century the monastic system began to decline cholMtlclsm arose and with it arose I the universities of Parts Padua g 8alamenea Bologna Oxford Here i Jtll1loodt remember that Huber 1 e I ProteaUnt has IIldKoetof the Ij continental universities originated in i the church Thi new intellectual i r 1 i impulse sprang up not only on the domain and under the guidance but out of ecclesiastical schools Ranti adds A sure and unbroken progress of Intellectual culture has been goIng on in the bosom of the Catholic church for a series of ages The vital and productive elements of hums culture were here mingled and unitedIII ANOTHER ALLY counhyI I The Catholic papers of the were the first to oppose the proms cuous promulgation of the Science Iof Eugenics That the secular pressI now realizes the danger first ecentei I by our Catholic confreres Is apparent I from the following editorial pub lshed in the Saturday Evening Post IA well known man of scienceII declares with every s I sobriety Provislon must be made I for the birth of children whoseII brains shall as far as possible beI innately of good quality this meat- the II denial of parenthood to thos liable to transmit bad nervous SYSI toms to their offspring Now how could anybody have a good nervousI system if he took that sort of rotI seriously We do not know of any thing in modern life more likely Ito make normal people excessively nervous than wildeyed theories about regulating parenthood that are advanced from time to time undo the name of eugenics When science I discovers how to deal successfulI with whoopingcough we shall beI more inclined to Invest it with ja yardstick by which to measure theI right of parenthood outside of the imbecile or feebleminded or crim inally degenerate Probably a full third of the adult population IIn business and professional life hay had nervous systems and still man age to be tolerably useful Stead employment at fair wages with good housing good food som reasonable recreation and relief from a crushing doubt a9tp whe rrth4 next meal is coming from will I Im prove the breed of men Idiots andI pronounced degenerates should nott marry To that wellattested groundI science should stick for a long whit j to come When it can prevent sevenbynlne minds from inhabiting twobyfour bodies and vice versa lit may proceed tentatively and wits due modesty a little further FRIDAY ABSTINENCE Many of qur Catholic doctrines and practices are not understood ty rvesllFatherVoice For instance NonCatholics frequently ask why Catholics abstain i from meat on Friday Although the custom is really as old as the Chris Ian religion itself and although I nonCatholics are acquainted with11 the fact that their Catholic friends observe one days abstinence each week very few of them understandI why it is so Here Is a matter which Catholics can easily explain to the edification of their nonCatholic friends The proximate reason for abstin ence and fasting is of course the command of the church which has authority to oblige her members in such matters The church has made abstinence from meat on Friday obligatory on all her members It is not an obligation however which can not be dispensed from for a good reason Thus when Christmas Tails on Friday the law of abstinence docs not oblige on that day The same exception was last year extended to feast days of obligation which may occur on a Friday gain one who would be driven by necessity or a lack of sufficient food without meat on a Friday would be thereby dispensed from the law of tbstlnence In such a case however the necessity must not be a mere excuse but at least a serious inconvenience as the law is a serious one and only a grave reason can excuse from It- But beyond the law which 1m J poses abstinence there is the peculiar appropriateness of com lemorating each week the day on which our Saviour died by abstain I Ingfrom meat in honor of his death for us This is the reason why the 1 church commands us to abstain on IIrldayand this is what nonCath ollcs do not understand until it is explained to them The church i1 tehee us to learn to deny ourtj t l1 live In order to master more cornl pletely our sinful inclinations and lesions Abstinence on lIrldayisf- ixed upon in order to remind us tkatChriet Buffered Mil died for our niVheJ1 this is explained to mC tioMca tiwlr prejudice ilMt 111 9 U I what they formerly regarded as 8 superstitious custom vanishes They may not care to Imitate Catholics is this respect but they can not fail to have a higher respect for those who honor their Saviour by abstinence con Friday and who take their religion seriously enough to deny themselves something for its sake Friday abstinence is a mark of our faith that makes a favorable impression con those around us who understand 1 Its meaning After March 4 Major Gen Thomas H Barry now commanding the Eastern division with headquarters in Governors Island New York Harbor will ba Chief of Staff the highest position in the United States army The last Catholic to holt this position was Gen Phil Sheridan who died in August 1888 Gen Barry was born In New York his father being a native of Ireland and a leading spirit in the Irish patriot movement that followed our civil war 1Iost creditable special Christmas editions were issued by many of our exchanges notably those of the Catholic Union and Times QuIncy Western Catholic Catholic Tele graph Southern Guardian Toledo Catholic Record Pittsburg Observe Indianapolis Catholic Catholi Columbian Catholic Sentinel Prov jldence Visitor and Catholic Advance to whom we extend congratulations IDespite the crisis that threatens both parties in the English Parlla heirithooff fI IIthe Liberals and the Tories split andI Iin revolt over the food tax there i still a confident feeling that the Government will pull through safelyI which means the passage of the home rule measure for Ireland I INeverI before was there a more general attendance of Catholics at the Christmas services than thist I religIousII observance of the day and joy and I happiness prevailed in all the par- Ishes And besides there was ia Remembrance of the poor that assures its own reward I WITH STRONG CAST I What promises to be one of the best amateur theatrical performance ever seen in Louisville will be give by the Columbia Athletic Club at Macauleys Theater on Sunday even- Ing December 29 The Old New Hampshire Home a comedy drama in three acts is well suited for the performers and gives them a chance to display their histrionic training Thewiqrfprmance Jis for tho benefit o TBenew cl bIlouse which the mem debtIseen Ing Misses Lillian Score Mabel I Ray Elizabeth Keating and Ethel Whitney and Messrs Willlan Larklns John T Dennis James Don oghue Edward Score John Nuxol William Kuper and Julius R Boden mueller ALICE L HAGER One of the Cathedrals old and faithful parishioners departed this life Sunday night when God calle- to its eternal reward the soul o f Mrs Alice Hager widow of the late Henry Hager and mother of former I Assistant Fire Chief Frank Hager John G Hager Charles Hager and Councilljllrsolio woman and her loss will hi3 mourned by many to whom she en deared herself through her kind anc dIsposItionI day morning from the Cathedral when loving and well deserved 1 tribute was paid to her life ALL STARS WIN The progress in the basket ball league was amply shown In the work of the All Star team of MackIn Council Y M I this picked tear defeating the strong St Xavier aggregation by a 26 to 11 score this past week The features of the game were the all around playing ofC Mlchot Shelley and Alberts and the exceptionally fine guard work ofIr Hayden and Rihn Much Interest is being shown in the work of the dif ferent league teams and on playing nights increasingly large audiences are present LYNCH CHARMED Thomas Lynch platform superintendent at the I C railroad local freight house was presented with a andsome Knights of Columbus watch charm on Christmas eve as a little token of regard and esteem from his fellow employes The presentation speech was made by Adam Bmmettsberger and was feebly responded to by the recipient who was over ome with emotion- ARCHBISIlOPS ANNIVERSARY Last Saturday at his episcopal res- Idence in St Paul Minn the 1Iost- Rov Archbishop John Ireland celebrated the fiftyfirst anniversary or- Ills ordination to the priesthood umbers of friends called to congratulate him and he received many congratulatory telegrams from members of the Catholic hierarchy In various puts of the United States With but three exceptions Archbishop Ireland is the oldest member in point of service in the hierarchy In the United States He was ordained to 10 priesthood In St Paul on Decem er 211SGL ANOTHER ROOFING A new type of metal roofing con llaUBg of sheet metal coated with par lead mJ claimed to have many 1 niitagesayes mara familiar roof t- C I n I COLUMBIA ATHLETIC CLUBS QUARTERS I I Handsome New Home For Which Benefit Performance Will Be Given at Macauleys Tomorrow Night rFiv I MM ICol J L Hackett registered last- S week for a sojourn at West Bade Springs John Welch of New Albany left Sunday to visit his daughter at Richmond Ind- Harry King and William Ryan halVeI been visiting in Frankfort the guests of John J King Mrs James Fitzpatrick of Oak dale is spending the holidays wit relatives at Colesburg Judge and Mrs Matthew ODohert will entertain with a bridge party iatl their theme Tuesday evening John R Cavanaugh of St Jo sephs College has returned andI will remain until after New Years miss Helen Sullivan will entertain with a tea Party next Friday after noon at her homo on Longest avenue Hiss Minnie Murray of Clifton leftt Sunday for Latonlai to be the holiday guest of Mr and Mrs Eugene Mur ray Miss RilthOsbo eretUrnea from Loretto Academy to spend the boll days with her parents in Jefferson vllle Miss Katherine Glenn oj South Louisville has been spending lhe week with relatives in Bowling Green I Joe Harpring who has been attending St Marys College at Dayton Ohio is here to spend the holiday with his parents 1Uss KatherIne Hines has returneeI from Philadelphia where she was the guest of Miss Marie iBonner and MIsi Margaret Dempsey Misses Agnes and Mary Cav anaugh who are students at Naz areth are home to spend the holiday vacation with their parents 11IIss MinaC Amelung who is at tending the Sacred Heart Academ at St Matthews Js at her home inI New Albany for the holidays Councilman M J McDermott iis celebrating the arrival of a little Democrat who arrived ChristmasI eve at his home on West Oak street Mrs William Dalton of Collins Coujt has ass her holiday guests Misses Audrey Davis of Bardstown Junction and Manzelle Dalton ofr Okolona 3Jlss Mdry Malone who is attend ing college at Manhattanvllle N Y arrived Sunday to spend the holidays I with her parents Mr and Mrs John T Malone Mr and Mrs James Riley of 312 0 street are entertaining their nephew Arthur Griffin of Panama who will be their guest until after the holidays Mrs Charles E Cooney is enter taining her sister Miss Eleanor Wathen and her cousin Miss Frances Wathen of Louisville Syracuse Catholic Sun Mr and Mrs William J Currap have sold their country place at Ken wood and are at 232 East Oak street where Charles Curran and Miss Louise Curran are at home to their friends Santa Claus played the role of a stork at tho home of Billy Mc Devitt early Christmas morning leaving an elevenpound baby boy Both mother and child are doing well Paul Doherty who Is a law tudent at tho University of Michigan eturned Saturday to spend the Christmas vacation with his father j Dr William Doherty 1358 Firittt treet I Misses Frances Margaret and ettyYcXennawho have been pending two months in Chicago linneapolls and the Northwest returned for the Christmas reunion at their home at airfield 11 Mrs Julia Wolfe Heeler street III ew Albany aowie s the ee ae IJ But of her daaghUr Mien Marie thorns Marra to preen Woodruf- ft t Hicks The wedding will take place the latter part of January Mr and Mrs Charles Kelly of Murval Texas are here as the guests of Mr Kellys brother Mr Philip Kelly of Frankfort avenue also Mr Kellys sister Mrs Wllliai Farrell of Harriman Tenn William J Babe Ryan the well known local baseball umpire was strictly a home umpire Christmas day as a little baby boy arrived on that day and kept him busy watching for strikes and balls bawls Misses EloIse and Carmel Bland ford who are attending school at- Nazareth arrived Saturday and were the guests of their aunt Mrs J M Breathitt on East College street before returning to their home In Cei teal City for the holidays Mrs Walter P Lincoln will gIve a New Years eve theater party at Keiths followed by a supper at her home in Garvin Place in honor ot her daughter Miss Mae Adams Lii 1coIn and Miss Elizabeth Brown 01 Paris who will be Miss Lincoln guest Mrs Mary E Emerle has anl nounced the engagement of her granddaughter Miss Eula Lee Simons to Doris William Lynch i Jeffersonvllle 01f The marriage will be solemnized at the Churchof Ute Blessed Sacrament on January 8 at 830 oclock following which the e will be a reception at the home the bride I RETURN THANKS The Little Sisters of the Poor de- sIre to offer their grateful thanks to the kind friends and benefacto- who so generously aided them in mak- Ing their old peoples Christmas 1 truly happy one They also wit to thank them for their many kin 1 acts of charity during this past yen and beg to offer their best wishes to all for a bright and prosperous new year i JUBILARIANS Three happy jubilees were observeI J last week In Cincinnati The first was that of the twentyfifth ann l versary of the appointment of Rev I James Henry as pastor of St Pat ricks church The other two wetbI the silver jubilees of the ordinationj of Rev Bernard Moeller Chancello of the archdiocese and pastor of 81 Marys church and Rev Matthew 71 OBrien Bh D pastor of St Pat ricks church in Cumminsvllle who also rounded out a quarter of a cen tury of service in the sacred priesthood I MACKIN SOCIAL CLUB Mackin Council Social Club willl have a mey pwatch night lane party at the club house on Twenty sixth street next Tuesday night New Years eve The hall will b artistically decorated and illuminate- and will present a most brilllan- scene This will be one of the mos enjoyable of the many dances given by this popular club- CELEBRATED ANNIVERSARY Louis E Stein the popular Clerl of the Board of Aldermen and his estimable wife celebrated their sil ver wedding anniversary last Sunday at their home 233 East Breckinrldg street Though only relatives were present many beautiful presents andI congratulatory messages were received For many years Mr Stein was city editor of our neighbor theI Anzelger UNDER SURGICAL OPERATION Miss Marie Glover widely known and popular in Xjouisvllle society and musical circles who is at St Josephs InfirmarY is reported out of danger to the great relief of her many friends and admirers Miss Glover was visiting in Chicago when taken 111 and returned to Louisville on Friday Diagnosis revealed peritonitis and she was removed to St Josephs Infirmary where she underwent a lUccessful surgical operation Sunday orntngVISITING THEm PARENTS Daniel Walsh Jr and Irwin eaiteond who are pursuing their itidlaa for the priesthood at St elarada Ind are home to spemd the holiday vacation jrtth their par eltt U igew Albamy hI l- o WEWANT YOUR WORK Were Prepared to Do It Promptly and in FirstClass S- tylePRINTING Bill Heads Letter Heads IICardCirculars Dodgers Etc and Wedding Invitations a Specialty HOME PHONE 946 KENTUCKY IIRISH AMERICAN OlO WJ3SST GREEN STREET SPECIAL OFFER For a limited period the Kentucky Irish American will present FREE with each paid subscription either new or old a copy of C A Windles interesting pamphlets the Catholic Church the Deadliest Menace to Our Liberties and Civilization The writer is a nonCatholic and Editor of the famous publication Branns Iconoclast Dont fail to take advantage of this offerI Southern Star Block Coal 424 PER TON IYoull be more than satisfied with this or any other grade we handle Phone your order Home 510 Cumb S 1058Y Yards First and A Pope and Payne Fifteenth and Magnolia SOUTHERN COAL AND COKE CO INCORPORATED KNI01TS OP COLIW I Late News That Will Interes l Members Here and Else hwi vr r r tl where IfSixty candidates received the third degree at the last Covington initiation Thirtyseven received the degree of Knighthood at the Initiation just held at Hartford Ind Mich9lhave I I steadily Increasing their member thatrcity II Congressman Patrick F Gill and his successor Hon William L Igoe are both members of Kenrick Council St Louis The next meeting of the Supreme iiJI daysIhold the latter part of January In the new St Michaels Hall at Brooksvllle Ind will be an elaborate and largely at tended event Last Sunday the Indianapolis Knights and their ladies visited the Little Sisters of the Poor The visit willtt not soon forgotten ilJltIateda Green Isle Minn The villagers who visItingKnights quetREILLY I BECOMES MANAGER whoilocatedtwhere Mr Eellly has accepted a posh tlon as music department manager with the Grinnell Bros music house one of the largest In the West Mrs Reilly before her marriage was Miss Mary Agnes Wolfe of this city I YOUNG LADIES ELECT I Officers for the St Rose Society of St Josephs church composed of young ladles of the parish were elected at the annual meeting held last week They are Miss Rose Ecker President Mary Poll Vice President Anna Schmidt Secretary Bertha Qulno Treasurer Vlrgtaifc Fromang Librarian and Clara Staeuble Assistant TAKES NEW FIELD Announcement has been made that the Rev Dr JT Roche for several years with the Register Extension of Toronto Ont who this month sailed for Europe has been made European J correspondent of the American As sociated Press Father Roche will cable two letters on topical European subjects to the secular press of America Weekly and will also continue his connection with the Record iExtelon He Is well equipped for his new work- BACIfLLORS AND INSANITY Bachelors are more liable to M oome Insane than married meDae Bording to a report by Government t tlnUcaton at Wuhiagtox WALNUT ST THEATER Starting Sunday Matinee Dec 29 HERE THEY COME TheTwoMusicuiCl l1aprKaowa teAT MUTT and JEFF No musical comedy of the past decade has left such a trail of merriment ai ha4 this clever musical conclt by Bud Fisher the famous cartoonist Hurry for seats and dont fall to bring the children Tuesday Thursday Saturday Mat nees 25c 35cIc i TWO STORES jai 228 W MARKET STREET 434 W MARKET STREET WHAT THE RADIOPTICAN DOES It throws Pictures on the Screen of Post Cards Photos Clippings Draw Ings etc producing details and colors Full descriptive circulars gladly mailed on- application r electricitySOLD BY lt321 W JEFFERSON STREET Who also are headquarters for Cameras for the holidays Xmas Post Cards and Holiday Novelties AGED PRIESTS HOME A home for aged and Infirm priests of the New York diocese has been provided by Andrew J Connlck who has donated hte country SMt it Odd Spring N Y for that purpose The property was given in memory of the donors brother the late Rev Patrick T Connlek who during tils pas orate of fourteen yean made fete bore at his brothers oquntry hoses 1t a TO 11F IT a5 ENTUO Y Sa ERIOA r BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY 1 IT IS ALWAYS PURE McKenna Distiller Fairfield fiv IIH e I D J DOUGHERTY S J MCELLIOTT e DOUGHERTY MeELLIOTi9 Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Antwind Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MART STREET t tH Gran W SmithsmAL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET tTELEPHONE 81O HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND 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BOND TitMiiu 1141 914 MXTH IfMir U i7 5y FIRST CL- ASSCOAL lowlargeThe SClnos Rally TKADEWATEH LUMP 353 TBAEWATEB NUT 335 TBADEWATEB NUT AND SLACK 8225 425mrrxco425BrBAIGKrBIiAOK 300 All Per Toni or aooo Pounds- EEMEMEEZ WE I GIVE You MB GREEN TZDING STAMP FRANKEL GOAL CO EIGHTH AND ZANE Nome Shone City 9610 Owmtitxlaaa Phone South lOUT Siv your boys MI dnoation that win prepare ttesa for lire ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W BrondwAy lioaliTlUa Xy BrothersClassicalBuslDeHCoursesLargeSwimmingslum Terms Moderate Bro James D- irTHOMPSONCB FLORIST JWONLY ONE STORE SpecialtyFloral C531FOURrH AVMNTJJB ItIHer receive prompt attiINatulritbitaotfut naraata d- h r a OSIIATJGHNESSY Becomes Secretary of Our Embassy at Mexico City Nelson OShaughnessy of New York who becomes Secretary of tho Embassy at Mexico City is another product of the thorough education o- flour Catholic institutions of learning for he was educated by private tutors at Georgetown University Washing ton D C and at Oxford University graduating in 1899 He studied in ternational law In tLondon and lan guages in different countries of Europe He was appointed Secretary of the Legation at Copenhagen on March 17 1904 and on the next St Patricks day was appointedI Third Secretary of the Embassy a Berlin On April 6 1907 he wa made Second Secretary of the Embassy at Vienna and on January 27 1911 as Second Secretary of theI Embassy at Mexico City which pall promotedTheannual salary of 3000 OShaug nessy was born in New York City on February 12 187- 6SOCIETY BELLE Who Became Countess Es sex Attached to Irish Tenants Although the Earl of Essex has arranged with the Congested Districts Board In Ireland to dispose of his Roscommon estates to the tenants the Countess has made up her mind not to sever her connection entirely with her Irish friends Before her marriage she was a Miss Grant who In her day was regarded as one of the belles of New York society When she married the Earl of Essex his Roscommon estates were heavily encumbered and the tendency was to raise and not reduce the rents The I appearance of the Countess on the scene had an entirely opposite and from that moment up effectII present everything proceeded landIlordI ment of the estate and no reasonable concession was over asked for without 1 a generous response Her chief regret always had been that thereII was no suitable residence on the osII tate where she could keep In per sonal touch with the tenantry She is now negotiating with Mrs AdairII a well known American society I woman for the occupation of GlenJ belgh one of the best appointed I mansions In Ireland which is situated in Donegal on the border of havelani A GOLDAMETHYST ROSARY Warranted for ten years costs 126 We wilt send you one of these in a leatherette box and acyears subscription to The Child 1 Apostle for only 1 The Childc Apostle is the Catholic childrens monthly Twenty thousand of themI love its If you cant afford the dollar send only a quarter and we will send The Child Apostle for a year to your boy or girl We will send them a Christmas card telling them of your kindness Address Theitr Child Apostle 1133 McCormick building Chicago Ill CONVERSIONSIj During the past year fourteen Anglican clergymen at home and abroad and six theological student have made their submissions to the I Catholic church This Is only a fewtof the many noted converts received into the church this yeartI f TRAVESTY ON MORALITY Pedigreed marriages are now demanded by the Eugenists TheseCt people cant get away from the lan guage of the barnyard because they are advocating barnyard methods of Improving the human race Their talk is disgusting and their teaching Is a travesty on morality If they had any sense of decency they wouldtJ be heartily ashamed of themselves EXCELLENT MINCEMEAT j i Three quarts lean cold boiled beef finely chopped five quarts chopped apples three pounds chopped raisins two pounds dried currants one and onehalf pounds chopped suet five pints brown sugar one quart molasses ten teaspoons ground cinnamon two grated lemons three teaspoons ground cloves one teaspoon ground black pepper three tablespoons salt one pint vinegar and one and onehalf quarts cider I or one and onequarter quarts vine 1 gar and threequarters quart water In place of elder If too thick add 3 more vinegar and water Let boll up till thoroughly heated through and can as fruit This recipe makes about sixteen quarts and will keep years if canned I VERY TRUE As the express drew up at a sta tion in the early morning for a few minutes watt a pleasant looking gentleman stepped out on the plat form and inhaling the fresh air enthusiastically observed to the guardIsnt this invigorating 4No sir this Is Fort Wayne said the conscientious employe The pleasant looking gentleman retired WILL SAVE CAKE Be careful never to use top much butter In cake Use a scant amount rather than what the rule calls for aid It will save many a poor cake FRYING OYSTERS 1 dipthen j la orumbe before Immersing In th- edeetat They will Mfeaad4elicloas c All the late and new Styles and Shap ee I pricesCall MONUMENTHaving stock of Monuments of the late Companyswe are in a position to offer the same to parties wishing to im prove their cemetery lots at very low prices Give us a call at our ware rooms 318 320 West Green St New Muldoon Monument Co GODSCALL Answered by One of Old est Sisters In Ursu line Order A life with God ended Saturday afternoon at the Ursuline Convent Shelby and Chestnut streets when Sister Georgiana one of the oldest Sisters in the United States was called to her heavenly reward Sister Georgiana was born in Germany seventyfive years ago and on com ing to this country while still a girl toIcenI loveIprayers summer hergolden mer pupils some of whom are now old themselves attended the mass manyjourneying presEmtwhohadfully The funeral was heldjruesOay chapelthecemetery fp CHRISTAN JUBILEEiT I jubileeIn IthasEmlleierConstaniIlb 1 fi famousEdict madelawful willbeduringthechurchthatConstantineHerPopeVaticanbutthistimeeshe emerged from the Catacombs when Constantine put an end to the persecutions ELIZA wrIITOWN i St James church at Ellzabethtown andlensingThehandsome IntheeloquentFatherBowlingGreen greatforce ENDIII SPII OAIlAIGNI I teamsSaturday meeting Samaritan efforts thelastItIswill be sent In after the holidays as citizensAbout plete the new hospital i LATEST IN buildingsII There Is no doubting the craze for artificial flowers They are used In occasionsNopopularityII followsPatent daysand noon wear twotonedZIanysmallostrichnovelty forthisI Many Jaunty hats are decorated with striped ribbon For Instance a seal brown plush sailor Is trimmed ofbrownKid appears as a trimming on many of the smart models but it Is prettyfrockand cuffs made of dark red suede darktonebrightcoorshave 1 are thedeepermulberryMany smart frocks are made of velveteen and corduroy as velveteen successfullytovets qrwithlthplmpeeofchtffoJl emhreidory c TRTFLING 1 Sum Offered for Orang BanneratPublicAuctl S IIrl1shmen the world over will be Interested to hear of the sale at Stevens auction rooms Covent Garden of ai historic silken banner 130 years old and commemorating the battle of the Boyne Coming so soon I I Covenantexpected that a high price would l have been reaolied as the result ot- I i brisk bidding from enthusiastic I Orangemen But neither Its hallowed associations wltlhi the battle of the I Boyne nor the further historic Interest I attaching to the relic by reason of the fact that it at one time belonged to Spencer Perceval the Primej Minister at the head of the No I assnsIyears ago I clent to send up the price to any fancy figure The historic banner was knocked down for the modest hum of 625 AMERICAN Who Will Become FactorI and Do Much For Tlpperary I I Newport an obscure little village In the County Tipperary Ireland is going to become Americanized and Sir William E Waller who controls several department stores In New Jersey is to be the architect of Its new fortunes Until a few months ago when his uncle died the new baronet was plain Bill Waller and in spite of his unexpected dignity fae still maintains that he is a good American and means to retain his American citizenship Needless to say the simple peasantry of Newport are looking forward tp a revolutionary change In their social and economic conditions under the new regime Sir William assures his tenants that as soon as he is able to dispose of his American interests he will come and live in his native Tlperpary and cause such Improvements to be made on the estate that Newport will In a short time resemble a clean and busy American town Castle Cully which Is now In ruins and which has long been one of the most picturesque landmarks In the Suoth of Ireland will foe restored and here Sir Will Iam Waller mean to maintain the reputation of the ftmJy name for lavish lioalptallty v NAMED FOR PRELATE V The City Council of New Orleans has changed the name of Rldgeley street to Chapelle in honor of the late Archbishop of New Orleans TEACH THE1f A provincial and narrow person soften broadened by travel There are large classes of Protestants who though of average Information on current topics are dreadfully nar row and provincial on all things re lating to the Catholic church It is a big subject but It Is the one sub ject they seem to have never thought to study as they would for Instance a current topic like the Balkan war Their inherited traditions hazy and emotional and sometimes perverse they deem allsufficient The Cath olic makes a mistake In becoming impatient with this attitude of the Protestant If you meet the man who knows not teach him but much more If you meet the man who thinks he knows and knows not teach him too But do It kindly with patience with good will with out ridicule and especially without resentment Milwaukee Citizen DEAD PAST A young man was complaining to an experienced man of affairs the other day about ad old grievance he had against somebody Forget It said the older man The past Is mighty dead I have noticed that men wh are always bemoaning their past mistakes or bloviating over what they have done dont get very far They overlook their present opportunities GOOD COFFEE CARE Scald one and onehalf cups of milk When lukewarm dissolve one cake of compressed yeast and add enough flour to make a soft batter and let rise When light beat in two eggs one tablespoon of sugar and one teaspoon of salt Then add enough flour to make stiff spoon dough and spread with a spoon into cake tins let rise Just before put ting In the oven spread over the top some melted butter sugar and cinnamon Bake twenty minutes This will make three coffee cakes CHEESE STRAWS One cup flour one cup grated cheese butter the size of an egg salt and pinch of cayenne pepper Rub flour and butter together well then add cheese and other Ingredients Add enough cold water to make stiff enough to roll thin Cut In narrow strips and bake in moderate oven until light brown VARNISH FOIL FRAMES S If gilt frames are coated with copal varnish It will preserve them and they can be washed with water without removing the luster from the gilt COULD SUPPLY WORLD According to geological survey es Umates only about onehalf of 1 per cent of the available coal in the United States has been mined EARLY EASTER The earliest of Hasten save but one day cocura next year Ash Wednesday falls oa February lanll- ter Sunday follows on March SS FRANK FEHR o BREWING CO I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREW 0Is Excellent and Pure Approved by every tone who has tried it Telephone 452 V SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED ak LOUISVILLE KTi JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET Ur TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY FALLS CITY BREWING CO h f INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Ordef a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb Wilt 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE 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icesDIAMONDSAnd other precious stones lIna variety of beautiful settings We do fit watch repairing S E LEDMAN SON9 41d WEST MARKET STREET You Can Rely on Lcdnion OF With 2 12 Ibs for 75c Sixty With lb Tea for 60c I t 1 I It he my i d my terms the best f LJ 425 427 and 429 j I i A i M mPrH A Mgr Jefferson S73 SBANEW YEARS CHEERI- S ASSURED MULLOYS SPECIAL GRADE COFFEE Coupons Blend Coffee Conpons 1 Blend M MULLOY 8flaFor Your Furniture Wants WANT YOUR TRADE largest prices AMES GREENEMarket Street THERE IS REASON FOR IT demandjj The great popularity and for the celebrated I QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE I is due entirely to its great effici ency durability and great Sold on easy payments and connected freett QEHER SON 215 Market St near SecondII AAAAT y I Damp Cool Weather the Beginning of Winter BRINGS ON RHEUMATISM BUT A FEW DOSES OF Kampfmuellers I RflEUMflTIG Remedyy I I Quickly Relieves It by All Druggists Made by the K JIncorporatedt J I hII JIAHIfOti PBANNONR and Treas 528 THE L J V EM MAN Secretary I Kentucky Vitrified Brick Co of INCORPORATEDcf MANUFACTURERS OF r VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK e For Streets and Roadways I Offtei West Street I Saaaaaaa TELEPHONE USERS Thirty Surety New Surety New JOHN East I saving quality This Sold VlctPrti Wechls Magnolia Ate Bet 9th and JTjft TELEPHONE 1252 f an w164a3 fr ii t DR Je TCHAWK i orVete1 713715 T 1mIrr i I I r t HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolnt the Past Wee kOe n eraI News Notes Remember tho lotto and danco toI be given by Division 1 on Friday night January 17- Presidentelect Tonor la a worker who will Increase the membership of Division 1 of Covington The first division In Kentucky w organized In Covington with Louis yule following soon after Division 7 of Utica N Y offers 26 in gold to the one securing the most members before March 1 Rev Father Shine Nebraskas now State President will tomorrow cox plete the organization of a dtvlsl at Lincoln Seven members were elected J the last meeting of Division 2 J Utica N Y at which a music entertainment was given Seventeen years ago the Ladles Auxiliary had a membership of only fifteen Today the order has 881 divisions and numbers 66000 Every division in Louisville has made gains this year Despite the many extraordinary calls they are at In good financial condition Prof Rohan has Issued a neatly theInthe study of Irish history In parish schoolsProminent in the parade that preceded the dedication by Arch- Ie bishop Prendergast of St Edmonds church In Philadelphia were divis ions of the Ancient Order Indianapolis Hibernians ha launched preparations for their St Patricks day celebration Past County President Maurice Donnelly was chosen Grand Marshal Division 2 will hold its sniff al meeting In St Williams Hall Thir toenth and Oak next Thursday night All members are invited to be present and help make the housewarming a notable one Congressman Joseph Taggart from the Second Kansas district Is a prominent member of the Ancient Order A year ago he won by 1000 votes and in the recent election his majority was increased to 3124 Ladles Auxiliary 1 of Syracuse entertains Its members with devil auctions This Is one of the lea Ing auxiliaries of New York Stat and for the next year will prosp under the administration of Mrs Anna Lynch Col M J OBrien of the FirfflOhio regiment complimented ti Hibernian Rifles ofv Columbus upc dtheir success the past year and urge the members to make a most able showing lp the inaugurati- parade January 13 r DEATH FROM GRIEF St Augustlnes church In Jeffer sonvlllo mourns the death of MrsIi Mary Anderson one of its first un oldest members The cause of her demise Is attributed to grief over the death of her husband John Anderson three months ago which proved a great shock front which she did not recover Mrs Anderson was a native of Ireland and was or- Iginally Mary Gorman She was about seventyfive years of age and I Ifromto America by her parents Her home had been in Jeffersonvllle for years and she was married there to John Anderson more than a halt century ago The Immediate surJvlvors of Mrs Anderson are a son and daughter David Anderson and Miss Eva Anderson both of Jeffer1 sonvlue Mrs Anderson had been a c Il member of St Augustines cburchII practically from Its founding andIthe funeral was conducted from I there Monday morning Rev Fathe- OConnell I officiating at the solem- obsequies II iI BUSY TIMES FOR TRINITY i Trinity Council Y SI I will enl tortafn their members families andi lady friends on New Years afternoon with a reception from 3 to 6 oclock and will have pool contests pinochle contests and a large Christmas tree r with free distribution of toys for tho children A musical programme willl be rendered during the evening Inaeluding vocal selections by John M Hennessy Coleman Ridge John JU feecteLofflcersf recaplionof the afternoon programme The Installation of officers will tak place Monday January 6 and I smoker and luncheon will be held in connection The Trinity Musical Clubt will give dances at the club house on Wednesday January 16 and Wednesday February 5 the proceeds be used in defraying expenses of Dolly Dollars production PADUOAH A Christmas eve event of society Interest in Paducah and Owensboro was the marriage of Miss Ellen Rehkopf a popular young woman at Paducah and James Fleming Slack of Owensboro which was solemnized Tuesday morning at the parsonage of St Francis de Sales The Rev Father H A Connolly officiated Miss Madge King of Brookport 111 was maid of honor and Richard Slack of St Louis was best man Several put oftown guests were present Among thqm were Mrs R W Slack ofsl Owensboro mother of the groom Mrs J B Riley of Evansvllle Ind i Miss Madge King of Brookport 1111i and Mr and Mrs S M Dole of Danville IlL Mr Slack belongs toa prominent Owensboro family and Iis official in the Fostoff Ice there q1ANCIENTho Division 1 A 0 H of New Albany the organized many years ago and of the strong Catholic fraternal and of Indiana held its annual eeting Sunday afternoon and elect the following officers for the year Chaplains Rev Charles urran and Tier Michael ghw Pres Malel hVte President- anFinn Jlteordlnr SNkcretiiry J PrauttJi FiRuem tieeretary- f ce a SOCIETY DIRECTORY ei A Q Ii- DIViUGH 1 Meets at Falls City Hall K Wit f and Third Taeadar- PresldeatI Martla J Quick Vice Preitdent Caarlee J Flnn ganRecording Secretary Anthony J Tompkins Financial Secretary Joa B r roll 1808 Wet Market sTreasurerThomat P Lawler SorrelitatoArLoula Roller 8enUnMWr McDermott DITIIIOH I deets tint and third We t4UIt Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Wal atrtIUPresident Can J Ford SulltranLatWettkOflDaniel J Financial Sscretary John J Keaney 1607 DumeanlL Sergeant atArmaJ Chart Obst SentinelEdward Breanan DIVISION 4 Ueeu Firaf and Third Monday Ilaeteeath and Portland PresIdentHugh Hourlgan Vice President J M Maleaey Recording Secretary Thoa Stev ensFinancial Secretary John Hessian 1710 BaIrd TreasurerD J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJames StoveI Sentinel Thomas Noon veDIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Moada Bertrand Hall Sixth Street HennessyVice Recording SecretaryJohn J B q Financial secretary Thomac Langan 807 West Oak Treasurer Thomas Downey SergerfntatAriaa ohn Coleman ntlnil1t Jy McDermott y At i MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 3 4 4 Nortk Tweaty lxth Adamsd LineWllliaerRihn Financial Secretary Wm Link 08sborne SecretaryGeard go Treasurer Robert Schuleroil Andrlot Outside Joseph lrcIBarroniJ 1 CarneyiiThey will bo Installed at the first meeting next montlji i I OWE QRijJ ff Young Mens New Year t Will Eclipse Its Predecessors Sarto Council Y M I of Owens jboro obligated George Rapier and Joseph Zlmmerer at a very Interestt Ing meeting last week at which the Social Committee announced a Years eve dance that will NewII others held this year Monday 1 ing the Ladles Auxiliary gave a elegant luncheon that all very mucn I enjoyed and express hope that anIt Bachrannd LeolEgertrlmmlnsforieat Is the motto of this popular club and every bachelor is requiredt to be on hand Officers elected for 1913 held a meeting Sunday alter noon at the club rooms for the pur J pose of working out their plans soI J they may take up the work ImmeII dlately upon being installed They meeting with success in their preliminary efforts and will show a bunch of applications the night the I inducted into office Minutes o- he r Pittsburgh meeting were readl with Interest and the feeling Is that the Y M I will soon showia lively J TheI I takae I place January 2 and will bring to gether the Catholic young men of the city HAPPILY WED DImE 6Prof Edward Morback the well known musician and Mrs Adeline manylifriendsI members The ceremony took place a nuptial mass at 6 oclock at I i awhich the Rev Father MoGovern was ItwasIIt 11werpcircle of friends who are showering I I them with congratulations on their 11happybach will go to housekeeping and i reside ilt316 West Drecklnrldge j i iJAILERPFLANZ BETTER News of the sudden and serious I I illness of Jailer John R Pflanz spread rapidly Monday and caused much anxiety among his wide aca Jolter Pflanz was with cerebral healer age as entered the jail lobby falling into arms of Deputy Tom McCullough I Physicians were hastily summoned they worked with their patient several hours before he could be ItanueI lhIcoDdltionIEwuPfSanz sae d popular officiate Jefferson L+tntyerr land t r IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled ItProm Hxclianrci theehissersJordanA farm containing twentythree acres At CnrrnsolnbcK near 1orta adown was sold for 3600 AeloptollInnllHall At a coat of about G000 Even tho recent frosty wo thor has not checked tho output of rIpe wild strawberries In County Woxford P J Carroll ID C nallloboroiijch taT1lernanof Kolls James McDermott of Dallyma meander Relieving Officer for thirty seven years line tendered his rcslg nation to the Dundalk Guardians twontyeIappointed to Tomplomore In room of the late Very Rev Canon Mcagher The death has taken place at Nennbli of John Spain a member of an old Nenagh family Ho was for somo years Vice Chairman of tho Urban Council Galway County Council unan Imously appointed Rev Father CollegeGgoverning body LisIwas found floating In the River Feale at Ennlsmore Her dis appearance just a month ago occa- sIoned a sensation- y Deep regret Is expressed In Keash district at the departure of Rev D J OGrady who has been changed to byrDfJI thlrtIe t as principal teacher In Bansha Girls School The Clifden Guardians adjourned their meeting without transacting I any business as a tribute of respect ItoI the memory of the late Martin Greaney the oldest inhabitant of the town of Clifden basIta check by his friends in that town in token of sympathy with him in his Ihness and as a recognition of his services to the IrishIreland movement The death Is much regretted of the Rev Daniel Gilligan at Raheen which occurred at the parochial residence Father Gilligan was de inshigh esteem throughout Queens countyIThe townspeople of Balllna wave presented the Rev P P Finegan watchhpasture for the Australian mission Father Flnegan was ordained last June in All Hallows The Gubaveeny coal mines situate CountyCavanabout veralIiprospected are at last to be worked A company with 500000 capital has been organized The dwelling house of John Burke of Cunandran about six miles from roam was recently fired into and bedroomsIdamaged I vlously under police protection and the shots were fired shortly after the passing of the patrol The newly erected bridge over then Slaney at Ferrycarrig was formerly declared open by John Dodger J P Chairman of the Wexford County Council It replaces an old wooden trestle bridge which was built by private enterprise at a cost of 76000 as far back as 1794 The death of John Looby who was woll known In Waterford City and muchtwas a Tlpperary where at one time he was prominent in commercial circles He had an exceptional command of the Irish language and he took great pride in this accomplishment MUTT AND JEFF Budrbe presented all next week with New Years day performance by a com pany numbering fifty people at the Walnutstreet Theater The part of Mutt is in the hands of Ross Snow while Marty Healy plays tho role of Jeff Mutt and Jeff are a pair of race track habltuants who at the close of the Saratoga racing sea on find themselves as they term It flattened Irretrievably broke without a nickel in their Jeans not the price ofa circus loop Among the guests at the club house the daughter of the President of South American republic and herIchaperon from whom Mutt and Jeff learn of an immensely rich estate of deCeased revolutionary General j counIlikely soon would be confiscated by indispensableguns having been discovered on the property Mutt and Jeff determine- to impersonate the heirs of the estate and claim the property HONOR BENEDICT ELDER Benedict Elder of this city last week delivered this able and convinc I ing lecture on Socialism Society the Church before a large and appreciative audience at Frankfort II under the auspices of the Knlghta of Columbus Following tho lecturo John J King was host at a luncheon tendered Mr Elder nt the Frankfort Hotel Klllarnoy roses formed the table dctaoratlonB and many witty were responded to Mr Kings lIncluded Mesaw Benedict John R Sower W Elder o He ney Henry Lutkenwler John Corbett Patrick LlHIs William cngl Tabs Downey and Dr Joe vr I II fvm w si = J WE SPECI4tXJE PICTURESAs n Holiday Gift and offer some great Inducomenia in IRollg yframedWe make frames to order neatly nnd nt n most ronson able price Hubbuch Bros Wellendorff INOOnrORATBO 522524 WEST MARKET STREET aosseeotlMa N11ae4Af4N I BETTER SHOES MAN NEVER MADE Emerson ShotS For Mu Ducneis Shots For Ladies Sole agents for the Dr A Reed Cushion Sole Shoes for tender feet Cure corns bunions and callouses VOLZ MICHAEL336 WEST MARKET STREET t9HOIL FIrrRS TO TRIO FAlDY t te s REQUESTdWe respectfully request our patronst to leave their orders for Christmas Candies as soon as possible and avoid the rush of the last few days RUDOLPH BAUER 1 CANDY MAKERS 230 West Market 219 West Jefferson 0 4 Mdd- 0ir i OR GOODNESSS7AKE EAT Me MOTHERS BREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South dN JAs J NAUGHTON JOS N HIGGINS CHAS E NAUGHTON Naughtons Pharmacy t Prescriptions Filled By Registered Pharmacists Only Telephone Us and We Send For Them Home Phone 897 TENTH AND JEFFERSON STS LET MEKEEP YOUR RAZORS AND SAFETY BLADES SHARP Plain Razors 25c Each Safety Blades 30c Per Doz V C WATHEN DRUGGISTSe- venth and Jefferson Louisville Ky iIIii ii1m The Last Dollar That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear Interest COMPOUNDED twice a year There MAY COME a time whoa your LAST DOLLAR must be spent for something you DO NERD The SAVING now of the dollars you are wasting might keep that hard time from ever coming Ky Title Savings Bank and Trust Co Fifth and Court Place Open Dally Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p m + + I I I I I tdTIW WIJIIM OIA11OAeJ111 G AL KOLJE3345 W st Graan Strt AMfMUUHitdur t j