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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a = c J PATRONIZE CRE Second aad VOLUME XXXNO 2 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JANUARY 11 1913 PRICE FIVE CENTSi TRIUMPH For the Liberals and Irish When Commons Ends Ulster Fight Home Rule Bill Will Soon En ter Third Reading Stage I Asquith Premier Till Irish Par liament Meets on College Green TORYS RANKS ARE BADLY SPLIT The close of the week cabled T P OConnor M P last Sunday finds every home ruler In high spirits especially because of the events of Wednesday night when the Tories after long helstatlon de cided to move the amendment to exclude Ulster from tho operation of the home rule bill When this proposal was last discussed there was a slight wavering among the Liberals and indeed the proposal came from the Liberal benches Thou the Government majority fell down under seventy and severall Liberals abstained from voting but last Wednesday with a single excep tion the Liberals stood solid and the majority against the proposal mounted up to ninetyseven Premier Asquith John Redmond the homo rule leader and Winston Churcklll First Lord of the Admiralty made brilliant speeches against tho pro posal The whole debate was a triumph for the Liberals and Irish and Asquith heartily congratulated Redmond on the magnificent suc cessNext week the debate on the report stage of the bill wilt be finished and on Tuesday January 14 the debate on third reading starts and will end in two or at most three days and by January 20 the discus sion will open in the House of Lords No doubt now Is felt that the House of Lords will reject the bill though many of the English Tories are beginning to get restive under the complete servitude of all tho English conservative Ipterests to the narrow Intolerance of the Ulster Orangemen Of course the bill will be passed by the Commonsa8econditlmeJiWitkln QfeWiveoksof1 Jeatlon ythe House of Lords and thne we shall begin probably an era of proposals of some kind of compromise by the saner Tories Any compromise will be made difficult by the continuance of the Irreconcilable attitude of the Orange men who this week reiterated their determination not to accept home rule even If in another election the British declared In Us favor This irreconcilable at titude compelled A Bonar Law opposition loader to make the open admission that if home rule were accepted by the British constit uencies again he would bow to their decision but Law wound up the debate on Wednesday with the as tounding declaration that he would support the Orangemen in any action even civil war which they might take against home rule The Ulster Nationalists who know Ulster the best laugh at these views and Premier Asquith is not In the least affected by them and he Is ready to take all the steps neces sary to indicate home rule when It It is passed Into the law of this land During this week however as during the last all legislation and every Liberal move were submerged In public Interest by the spread of the big split between the food taxers and the free fooders in the Tory party In spite of every at tempt of some of the Tory papers to postpone or hide the split the dis utmostlivelinessthe different sections continue to apply to each other terms of ferocious and almost hooligan violence and insult The triumphs of the Government In this lucky week were completed by Chancellor Lloyd Georges overwhelming defeat of the doctors on the Insurance act The break In the doctors ranks which began in tricklets swelled to a big stream as the final days of the fight proceeded and now LloydGeorge has more doctors than he wants There Is no foundation for the ridiculous press rumor that Premier Asquith contemplates an early gen eral election He will remain Premier barring accidents till the Irish Parliament meets on College Green CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Branch 0 C Kt of A the strong est In Kentucky had a big night Wednesday when officers were In stalled for 1913 The meeting was held In St Martins Hall and was largely attended many members be ing accompanied by friends Speakers pointed out the strong financial standing of this order and helped Inaugurate the campaign for more members Before leaving all partook of a nice luncheon and refreshments INDIAN MISSIONS The returns from the Society for the Preservationof th Faith among Indian children for th year 1912 shpwthe receipts to vebeen 1816169 in excess of thoetthepreceding year William JIKetchaii Director of the Indian Bureauj My this is Cath01ff r a r i KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICA I 1 I H great measure to the special efforts that have been made during the year to promote the society It iis encouraging to note however the awakening to the needs of the Indian missions which this report would seem to manifest If this ratio of gain can bo maintained for a few years the Catholic Indian mission problem will have been solved At oppositionto duringtheest Importance that adequate financial assistance be provided for them TRINITY COUNCIL Addition to Club House Now the Important Subject Trinity Council Y M I held the first meeting of the new year Mon day night and at the same time DeputyInstalledfollowing the Installation ceremonies a luncheon and smoker was held and enjoyed by the large mem bership that was present The reports of the retiring President P J Sandman and the other officers showed that the year 1912 was a- very successful one for Trinity both financially and numerically An an nouncement was made that on next Monday night at 9 oclock a special order of business would be had for the purpose of affording the entire membership an opportunity of ex pressing their views with regard to Trinitys proposed addition to the club house which is proposed to take In as much space as the pres ent quarters This announcement was received with much pleasure On Monday January 20 Trinity will Federation Trinity for a number qf years have taken a deep Interest in federation some spirited contests are looked delegatesAlthoughonly a few weeks old President J II Hennessy reported that the membership had already exceeded fifty This club Is arranging for several dances to take place before Lent Announcement was also made that the Dolly Dollars Club would entertain their friends with a dance on Wednesday January 15 Imme diately following the meeting next Monday night Trinity Aid Society will meet and elect officers and directors for the present year and I at the same time declare a dividend to the stockholders From present indications Trinity expects to havd iInjthenew4yearSitaken up at practically all of the I weekly meetings for some time to come MANY CAME HiberniansInstall Offleers and Have a Love- reast Despite the downpour of rain Falls City Hall was well filled Tues day night with Hibernians who came to attend the homecoming of Divis ion 1 A O H and witness the Installation of officers President Martin Cusick presided and wel comed the visitors among whom were County President W J Con nelly Secretary Dan Keefe and President John Kinney of Jefferson ville all of whom delivered stirring addresses during the evening The annual report showed the division in excellent financial condition with nota claim outstanding The installation was conducted by the County President assisted by his predecessor Councilman Thomas Dolan the ceremony being beautiful and impressive Upon taking the I chair and gavel President Thomas Tarpy was warmly applauded and In response said words failed to his appreciation of the expressI crowned his thirtyfive years I bership He loved he said principle of the A O H everyII culcates love Of God and countryi i brotherlyfriendship iI up to the standard of his predeces sors which would mean another prosperous year for Division 1 Cigars were then passed and for an hour thero was a love feast when Daniel McCarthy John Kinney W J Connelly Councilmen Charles Finegan and Thomas Dolan Thomas I Keenan Martin Cusick Thomas Walsh and Dan J Keefe made talks that aroused groat enthusiasm County President Connelly found it a pleasure to Install officers so well qualified and worthy of trust and in calling upon the members for sup port for the administration he said that on all sides were to be seen signs of progress which portend a i banner year for the order i NEW ALBANY i pfUnityJosephsHallI a new club house on the site of theIpresent home of the council at 306 East Main street The estimated cost of the proposed structure is 12000 and the council which has been raising a building fund for a year or more has on hand 5000 The new building Will contain a pub lie hall In addition to the clubroomn At the meeting held Tuesday night officers for the year were installed and President John Pohtrlch was presented a handsome gavel The presentation wag made by Oscar Rouck Unity COuncil iIt one of the strongest Cuthglie organizations in Indiana t 1 1ST LAWRENCE INSTITUTE FOR BOYS I What Is Being Done Here For the Health and Happiness of Those Who Are Friend lessWarmly Clad and Sheltered Provided Wiih Employment and Started Right in LifeConcert Sunday Night Above Is an excellent picture of St Lawrence Institute located on East College street and a number of the boys who find there a safe and comfortable home On the right will be seen the Rev Brother Plus who founded this Institution a little over four years ago The St Lawrence Institute which makes no distinction between poor boys be cause of their religious belief is Just at present full to Its capacity and has taken care of 164 The fact that in this city there is no other institution that cares for boys between the ages of fourteen and twenty years gives St Lawrence Institute an im portance far beyond that attached to many other charitable Institutions Hero the orphan and friendless boys find a home where their moral train ing is safeguarded while their Char acter is being formulated To this work Brother Plus and his assistants give their special care and their successJs ectedplaxthe faet that- ii t one DoywnonasDeenaninmate lot St Lawrence Institute has become waywardThe see that the boys In their charge are provided with the best of food and are warmly clad and housed Particular attention is given to their morals and education for which there are evening classes DEPLORED Loss oflj Convent Where Georgias Daughters locked The Convent of St Joseph at Washington Ga destroyed by fire a tow weeks ago says America was conducted by the Sisters of St Jo seph with such marked ability that the flower of Georgias daughters Protestant as well as Catholic flocked to their school and the virus of bigotry was eliminated and not seldom replaced by Catholic convic tion There the daughters of Joel Chandler Harris were educated and the teaching and example of the Sisterhood had no slight influence in bringing the gentle Uncle Remus into the Catholic fold for which his life and principles had marked him Many Protestant parents entrusted St1Josephalumnae Is a dafIghter of the notorious editor of the Jeffersonian But the convents destruction was a particular poignant blow to the Catholics of Georgia One of the oldest Catholic churches In the Sato was founded in Its neighborhood nearly a century ago and the present Superioress of the convent Mother Aloysius Burke is the daughter of an Irish colonist who Some seventy years ago trudged every Sunday sixty miles to attend that church then the nearest to his residence The total loss of over 20000 result- Ing from the fire included tho books and clothing and all the possessions of the students and tho Sisterhood Father McMahon the pastor at Washington writes At great dan ger to themselves the Sisters saved every child In their care from death but lost all else except the honor of our Catholic sisterhoods The chil dren Catholic and Protestant filed into the church In scanty raiment to ask God to spare their convent home Perhaps the Catholic public will give practical answer to their prayers when it learns of the heroic devotedness of Sisters and pupils TheIr long services In a nonCatholic community have been incalculable and their calm intelligent heroism in sudden imminent danger reflects credit on our Catholic sisterhoods everywhere LARGE NUMBER PRESENT At the installation of officers of Division 3 A 0 H Monday evening in their hall an unusually large attendance war present to encourage the new officers and County President W J Connelly who conducted the installation The officers In galled were President Hugh Houri for those who are employed during tho daytime Tho Brothers also secure posltfeyis for these boys and take care of their money so that later they will have something with which to begin life a battle when they leave this institution So satis factory has this feature worked that at present Brother Pius has several calls for good boys For the benefit 6f St Lawrence Institute and to bet iBrother Pius in his noble workagreat concert under the auspices ef4the Catholic Choral Union wilt glven at the Shubert Masonic iTJie ter tomorrow night when It isViSfjid there will not be a vacant eJKJaThe Catholic Choral Union wluinlzed about five months ago fort purpose of giving now and then r contort to bring before the public the best and highest in music Ties 00 men and women who cohstitut the chorus have been in traintnor the past four months under the ble guidance w1o1lsoi l Musical ClubSir Arthur Sullivans beautiful cantata The Golden Legend will be Its first offering This Is a masterly composition and the chorus numbers are very ef fective and melodious Alma Beck concert soloist of Cin I singIgan Vice President John M Maloney Financial Secretary John J Hesslon Jr Recording Secretary John P Price Treasurer Dan J Dougherty SergeantatArms John J East Sentinel Thomas Noon Standing Committee John Broderlck Martin Sheehan William Lawler John Riley and John Karman PreslI dent Thomas Quinn of the Hiber nian Social Club announced that there would be a meeting of the club next Monday evening and requested all members to be present on ac count of special business to be trans acted on that evening THOMAS W TARPY Thlrtyfivo Years a Hibernian and Now President of Division 1 JEFFERSONVniiiE The lecture that was to have been delivered by the Rev Maurice OConner of St Marysofthe Woods at St Augustines church this week has been postponed until next Tuesday night Father OCon ner formerly was assistant to the Rev John OConnell and has many admirers In JeffersonvilleIGETS TERM Mayor Burke of Jeffersonville on Monday announced the reappointment of Capt John B Murphy as a Police Commissioner which position he has held since 1901 His first ap pointment was under Gov Winfield T Durbin andhe hal been renamed every successive three years since then The appointment for some CttptMurphyi mieetoner and his reappotntment meets with universal approval the soprano role After graduating from the Conservatory of Music of her native city she went abroad for the finishing touches of the great masters attending the Royal College of Music of London and later going to Milan Italy where for two years she devoted herself to the study of the opera and oratorio work Since returning to the United States Miss Beck has sung in many of the large churches In New York Chicago Philadelphia and Boston and par ticipated In the various song fes tivals in such as The Messiah Creation Stabat Hiawatha Redemptioni MaterI and Elijah Other soloists of the evening will be Alice Turner Par I nell soprano Joseph Schenke tenor and Douglas Powell barytone all artists who have achieved success In church concert and oratorio work There will be an orchestra of twentyfive musicians to accompany the soloists and 300 voices that con prise tko ChdrlTt TtcketuS al ottau1A at the Masonic Theater at the iiera Book Company Henry Fosse Geher Son and by all the directors of the Catholic Choral Union and ooeedsforwill go to the St Lawrence Institute for homeless working boys APPROVAL Thea Proposed ter For New York City magazine article a In a recent nonCatholic writer expresses his surprise at Cardinal Parleys ap proval of the proposed Catholic theater for New York The writer evidently is not aware of the fact that the church does not disapprove haprovedterterbyIt y and Passion Plays under proper aus pices as a means of edification The feeling of some well meaning per sons of other religious bodies who thought It their duty to hold up their hands in horror ata stage payer waschiefly1 which the theatrical profession fell during the reign of Charles II in England Students of the drama are beginning to realize that this fall was owing to the reaction which naturally followed the unreasonable rigidity and repression that existed under the reign of Puritanism The promoters of the Catholic theater believe that a man or woman can boa good Catholic and yet be a player though theatrical llfo has many temptations Many persons over rate the vices and the foibles of the theatrical profession because Its members private lives are made public but the vices and foibles of which Ve hear are not peculiar to actors and actresses Jamauschek and Modjeska were splendid types of Catholic womanhood and thqlr art gained much from their religion while their profession did not seem to have made their religious feeling less fervent Cardinal Farley real izes that the stage is a powerful mould of public opinion and an effective Instrument either for good or bad in forming tho morals of a nation The Catholic theater promises to be a potent force in purifying the atmosphere surround lug the theater For that reason if for no other it should be welcomed by pl true lovers of the drama HOLY FATHERS MEDAL The Holy Father has a medal struck every year commemorating the most important event of that years reign In 1913 the medal of Pious X will commemorate the com pletion of the American Catholic Encyclopedia FATHER BRADYS BEQUESTS The will of the late Father Brady I WM made known this week and in It 1 1000 was bequeathed Miss Katie Doyle for the pMt fifteen years h- is1l i faithful housekeeper Besides his bequest to Miss Doyle Father Brady left 5000 for the poor children of tho congregation 1000 for the Sisters of the Good Shepherd and d number of smaller bequests The remainder of his money goes to the Bishop of the Loulsvllle diocese for the education of priests Father J P Cronin is named executor of the will It Is estimated that Father Brady left 25000 In money and personal property which was amassed by careful investment from his small yearly salary during his fffrty years as a priest The priest left but little to his relatives who rBlde in New Yor- kMACSIN s COUNCIL Meeting Monday NlghtWa- sWelAttended and Interesting Mackin Council held a largely at tended and Interesting meeting Monday night when the annual re ports were submitted and officers Installed for the ensuing year Presi dent Adams despite his broken arm occupied the chair with every officer present The annual reports were read showing the council In splendid condition One application was re ceived and Martin Feoney and John Buckley were reported recovering from their illness Chairman James Shelley stated that progress was be ing made on the gymnasium propo sition which was satisfactory After Treasurer Burkes report and a let ter of appreciation and thanks from the Sisters of the Good Shepherd had been read announcement was made that everything was in readi ness for the euchre and lotto on January 23 for which there would be hundreds of awards Upon the recommendation of a special com mittee it was unanimously voted that Mackln would not give its operatic performance this year Supreme President Robert T Burke Installed the officers all of whom pledged their best efforts to make this Mackins greatest year Rev Father Felten was called upon and said he will feel it his duty to sug gest the best that comes to his mind In the Interest of the young men He urged them to always move forward each doing the best he could which will bring reward to all Guy Novln Will Link Ben Sand and others commended the officers for their work during 1912 after which light refreshments and cigars were served At the next meeting Messrs V B Smith Charles Raldy James Shelley Ben J Sand and R W Galway will j reportreso u ions on the death of- tiefllateRe iJDtldq OaO1 MAN New York Senator Wanted Por Gen eralship James A OGorman Junior Sen ator from New York will be Attor ney General under Wilson if a way can be found to Induce the New York Legislature to fill the vacancy In the United States Senate with an other man of similar caliber It was learned definitely in Washington that Presidentelect Wilson has his mind set on Senator OGorman as Attorney General for he feel that while OGorman Is a distinct progressive his appointment would be an assurance to the business in terests of the country that a calm and Judicial mind wquld be brought to bear on every trust and banking problem that might arise Also that the Senators experience on the bench would be of incalculable ad vantage to him in giving the Sher man law its true application Senator OGorman wants to accept thrIpost the one thing standing In the way is the probability that the resig nation of Senator OGorman from the United States Senate will be followed by the election of William F Sheehan as his successor Sen ator OGorman Is another one of our most prominent men in public life who received his education in Cath olic institutions of learning for he has the degree of doctor of laws from Villa Nova College and Ford ham University He also has a de gree from Georgetown University For eleven years he served as Justice of the Supreme Court State of New York and was elected United States Senator on March 31 1911 and his term of service will expire March 3 1917 KEEP OLD VOW Wednesday the ninetyeighth an niversary of the victory of Andrew Jackson and the Americans over the British in the battle of New Orleans on the feast of Our Lady of Prompt Succor was observed In the Ursullne Convent of that city with solemn high mass and the singing of Te Deum The services were in ob servance of a vow made by the Sis ters on the eve of the battle that If victory favored the Americans the event would be observed forever The statue of Our Lady of Prompt Succor before which the vow was made was brought to New Orleans from France by the first band of i UVsuIines BUILDING NEW CHURCHES I Marked Catholic activity In the Covington diocese is planned for this year when five new churches will be erected They areSt Pauls at Lexington St Augustines and St J Johns at Covington St Bernard at Dayton and St Lukes at Nichol uvllle And In addition It is ex pected that the new St Elizabeths Hospital at Covington will be corn leted during the Doming years y EAT ROSA BREAD UNION MADE Labels Redeemable at Klrbys 5 and lOc Store x I constituencies particularly ANOTHER masterpieces Catholic Attorney GERMANY Benefits Conferred by Her System of Municipal Labor Exchanges Disposscd AVorklngmans Fam fly Seldom Seen in That Country Most Practical Solution of Labor Problem That Is YQt Known SYSTEM IS BEING WIDELY COPIED In a heap on the sidewalk are a bed a table chairs and a mattress A woman huddled together sits be weepingfacolittle children cling to her garmentsscalling pitifully for papa to come to take them back into the house The scene needs no explanation The family has been dispossessed The rent was unpaid for months The father and husband is running out of breath to enlist the aid of some dispossessedfamily everylargecommon because as a nation we have not yet found a way of dealing ade quately with unemployment The story of every family thrown out In the street for the nonpayment of gent is the story of Joblessness The head of the family loses hfs place and fails to find work elsewhere The State the municipality have not assumed responsibility for his con dition They have not cOmo to his assistance with a word of advice with a suggestion let alone financially They let him drift The law Is explicit on such matters The landlord must be protected The home of the Jobless workingman is broken up with every regard for strict legality There are few such broken homes in Germany In the fatherland tho Jobless man Is not allowed to drift as he is In this country The Ger man State or municipality takes a vital Interest and even assumes responsibility for the man utoflwork It does this not in the spirit of eharlt or phnantl ropy but JIl saU preserrYlytinp sahoml1f1sdrlft in 1 a lp Of state which spells ultimate pernThe trade unions and employers likewise assist in minimizing unemployment The Germans have not abolished seasonal or cyclical fluctuations In industry But they have adopted means of making the periods of un employment as short as possible by bringing the man and the job to gether with a precision which is scientific Every industrial munici pality In Germany of any magnitude has a municipal labor exchange with departments for men of trades as well as unskilled workers These exchanges are supported by the municipalities Nationally they are combined Into a Union of German Labor Exchanges They publish a LaborMarketexchange in Germany was estab Ished in 1887 To date there are nearly 500 This practically abol agenciesWith theheaddepartmentsthe exactnessThein a certain industry and is suddenly thrown out of work by the closing of the factory naturally has a cir cumscribed vision His outlook knowledge and experience are lim ited to the community he has lived employedinon searching tor work for months municipallaborknow exactly the national market in his particular Industry Instead of allowing the man to drift for months until he has found work and have I his home broken up In the meantime the municipal labor exchange comes to his assistance and finds work for him in the shortest time possible Quick reinstatement of every dis charged worker in a new place and if necessary in a different Industry so as to make his period of invol possibleIs practical ment problem as Is known so far The agricultural market is studied as much as the industrial market IdleinforhimhomeIntranspOrtation employment caused by sudden de v byStatemunicipality or State keeps the necessary public works for Just such seasons Employment on these pup lie works is limited to residents and married men There are other naLion such as public Insurance The trade unions have their out of work bone owjilabormunicipal labor exchanges however GreatBritainPOOR diLAltld h alargee =j HEEE itrD TTI r 4 4 KENTUOKY XsH A1 iEAIOAii J j KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflNis- toM o to the Social sad Metal WTaflceaeaeBt el Irish Amerlcaas and Cathetk a Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order ot Hibernians Young Mans Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5 BoUrod at the LvnliYlIU PortolHc at Scoed CIa riittir Address irC BBBilMtl ii tto the KENTUCKY IMSH AMERICAN 31921 West Owes St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JANUARY 11 1913 I CHURCH UNIT OCTAVE For the sixth time The Lamp 6 sues its call for the observance the Church Unity Octave from the feast of St Peters Chair at Rome January 18 to the feast of the Conversion of St Paul January 25 Every year the importance of observing this octave increases becauste every year it becomes more Imperative that nil Christians should clearly recognize the Chair of Peter as the divinely constituted center of unity and that the Separatists of the East as well as the Protestants of thi West instead of any longer fighting against God by opposing the Papacy should return to communion wit h the Apostolic See and thereby gl such a demonstration of Catholli unity that the whole world wouhd believe and prostrate at the feet of Christ cry aloud with St Thomast My Lord and my God The Church Unity Octave has received the sanction and blessing of the Holy Father Cardinals Archbishops Bishops and priests The way iin 1rwhich It may be observed is by prayer and daily or frequent holy communion on the part of the faithful w generally offered to the Sacred Heart for the fulfillment of his prayer That all may be one ENCOURAGE EXTENSION The last issue of the Extehslo o J Magazine carries the seventh l report of the President of thiI Catholic Church Extension Soclet An impressive item in the report 1f that which announces the building ninetythree chapels by the socie- bb in its past fiscal year Since its or ganlzation seven years ago the society has been instrumental erecting 630 chapels mostly in I tr South and West The President ol the society In his report makes a remark the truth of which must be felt by everyone who has noted the growth oi Tsffc srtHStonary spirit the United States in recent years The society he says has done something which can not be measured dollars and cents It has awakened the missionary spirit on the part of I our people and made thorn see t1 necessity of supporting causes other than those under their eyes Every missionary cause in the United States wAS benefited by the establishment of Church Extension The enthusiastic way we went at it put greater enthusiasm into them to the material benefit of the causes represented So that the last seven years in the history of the Catholic church of the United States have teen the greatest seven years for missions The Extension Magazine which has become one of the great organs of opinion in this country and whose assistance has been ofi Incalculable value is deserving of the encouragement now being accorded it3 PRISON CONTRACT LABOR Public sentiment against contract labor in prisons Is growing The Booher bill which provides for the abolition of such labor in Fe horn 1 I penitentiaries is now pending i Congress and will probably bo favorably reported by the Judiciary Committee of the United States Senate It iis likely to pass Wher ever there has been a radically honest investigation of contract t labor in prisons this has been con demned As the Catholic ColumbianI point out it tends not to reform the convicts but to brutalize them It sapo their strength to make profits for the contractors It places them and their welfare subordinate to the interests of the outside business that has contracted for them like so many machines j Their health their right to humane I treatment their selfrespect their hopo of reform are all subordinated to the grocd of the contractors toII make more money 1 JUST SOtt A correspondent of the Onlaha WorldHerald says anent the vary t lag translations of the Bible about which the sects are now disputingIIi I aThe Lutheran and other churches will not accept the Improved Version The Danish Bible has also been revlesd and Is used by the Lutheran church The Danish i Baptist church paper accuses the tranalatprs of knowingly translating St wrong and urges their members in pot to use and distribute it When a church find omothlnf in the r Bible that la contrary to iU par i tleuUr doctrine they caltlt an tauthorlMd addition or lntrpo a wrong tran laUbnj or wrong punctuation and smetlmes make out a passage to mean the oppoilt sof what it reads An outsider m1 ofask Which is the true and in spired word of God Just so says Rev Father Gannon In the True Voice And who but an infallible church can tell these poor gropers after divine truth which IIs the true and inspired word of God Im The Catholic church settles this matter in her doctrinal pronounce tmoats But evidently it has not occurred to the warring sects i0 consult the one authority that could settle this dispute ENCOURAGES RECREATION veFather Phelan of tho Western Watchman is an earnest advocate 01 healthful and innocent amusements There never was a tlmo in this coun try ho asserts when people were so bent on amusements as now And tho character of the amusement s offered is on the whole healthy an d innocent Ho also insists it is one of the first duties of civilization to minister to the joys of the people The Catholic church has always fostered innocent popular amuse monts The history of the growt and prosperity of the church in this country is intertwined with paris festivities In the good old day parishes had their festivals and bazars and all classes of tho peopl took part in them Then for a quay lter of a century there was a lull ante the parishes did not come together pleasantIevening Commending the general parishtYa popular the venerable St Lout priest editor adds peoplh0 singingfand dancing together on an averag of once a month We never had even in the palmiest days of our parish festivities anything like thin e numlier vfestlvalsthataro now being held all over the city And we hear on every hand that good has resulted Young people meet ieach other under conditions favor able to honest and honorable courtship and the number of mixed marriages is on the decrease in consequence The bond of a common faith Is strengthened and the out look for happy domestic Catholic life Is broadened and brightened As the theaters havo felt the ruinous competition of the picture shows so now the picture shows find their recelptr seriously impaired by the prevalence of the parish festivities ENGLANDS POLITICS At the beginning of the now year the leader of the once great and powerful English Tory party Bonar Law is a general without an army because he still stands upon the an lent ways of protectionism and even proposes to revive under the name of imperial federation the andtthe colonies with each others busi ness which nearly a century and a half ago lost England the United States and which if carried out to thenloss of England of her great overv seas dominions The Conservatlv party today is like a defeated and routed army trying to gather its troops in new positions under the violent fire of the enemy for the radical press of course is fully aware of the confusion in the other camp and makes the most of it As to what the Tory platform for 1913 will be Jt Is very hard to make a guess af the present time Certain it is only that Bonar Laws days as leader are numbered and that the only thing which keeps him in the saddle Is the fact that the real leaders realize the truth of the old saying Dont swap horses whllo crossing a stream And all this portends to home rule for Ireland and the rights and liberties accorded Canada and Aus tralia The Christian Year our Coving contemporary ably edited and always interesting has entered upon ito second volume May every succeeding year increase its circuW tlon and prosperity MINISTER DEPOSED Df Alfred G Mortimer the leader of the movement to change the name of the Protestant Episcopal church this country to the American I Catholic church was laat week deposed fwR tfae ministry by Bishop j Rtilnelander 0f Philadelphial Ev idently the Doctor became ie preoccupied 1 appropriating another name for hie church that he c neglected to take carpHof hU t1- Rgoodname l O Ui SOCIETY leU 8U Miss Mary Giles has been th guest of Miss Jessie Hill at Carroll- ton Jerome OhlLcschlagcr has returne to the Catholic University at Wash ington I Miss Mary Malone left Sunday to resume her studies at Manhattan vllle N Y Miss Sylvia Sands has returne from a visit to Miss Lucille Green at Springfield Mr and Mrs John Moritz have moved into their new home iIn Rpberta avenue Miss Ruth OConnor has been vis itlng in Indianapolis the guest off Miss Florence OConnor I Mr and Mrs D J Gleeson of Slaughter avenue have gone to Chicago for a ten days visit Miss Marguerite Kautt returne Sunday to Nazareth after spendin ten days with her parents in the Highlands Misses Helen and Elizabethh Malone and Clara Angermeier who were here for the holidays left Mon day for Nazareth Mr and Mrs J C Walsh and Mr and Mrs Robert Ryan were among I those from this city spending last tt week in New York Hiss Marie Glover will be hostes at a theater party this afternoon iIn- II honor of Misses Louise and Sara Gibson of Baltimore I LLAlphonse Ohllgschlager left Sun day for Troy N Yto resume his I studiesat Rensselaer after spending the holidays with his parents Mrs W O Head has been th guest of her brother Eldrld Bean at Danville while the Mayor has been on a hunting trip in Florida I IRichard Wathen and his two I daughters Misses Lizzie and Eula Wathen of Bardstown Junction afe there for the remainder of the winter Thomas Cook the well know tobacco man of Taylorsville was I here Wednesday on a business trip and reports a prosperous season 1lin the tobacco business Mr and Mrs Frank J Kelly of Rochester Wyo who spent the holidays with their parents Mr and Mrs John iF Kelly 823 Soutl Eighth street have returned home Miss Roesllne Delaney who has been spending the holiday season with her parents Mr and Mrs W S Ackloy 1707 High avenue has returned to Mt Sion Academy to ro sume her studies Mfs John 3f Moritz entertained the past week in honor of Mrs Eugene Braun who was here for iI Mestdames Eugene F Erhart Charles Borntraeger and Quest The Young Mens Social Club wll 1 give the next of their series of selec dances next Thursday at Utopia Hall and this sterling young organizations simple announcement iIs an advance guarantee of a pleasan eveningThomas H Hayden the genial Superintendent of the K and I iIs rejoicing over a visit from the tork who on Monday left a fine baby boat y his home 2614 West slain street Tom says the new arrival has it oi all the other boys in the West End Dan Walsh Herman Ensllnger Elmer flitter John Flynn Thomas McGrath and John McBarron stu dents in St Melnrads Academy whoI had been spending the holiday vacation at their homes in New Albany returned Monday to resume their studiesA welcome New Years vis itor has come to the home of Mr and Mrs Vance Kennedy 842 Speth Court who will be named Thomas Kennedy when he is christened tomorrow No one feels prouder of the little fellow than the grand father William Kennedy xA number of young people com prise a jolly theater party at Keiths this afternoon followed by a luncheon at Kleins In the party will be Misses Ruth OConnor Grace Mazzoni Clara Dannenhold Rudlna Bauer Eva Beck Lillian Nevln Corynne Mazzoni Florence Storch Edna Tierney Mary Ellen Michael Jeanetto Dannenhold and Mrs Wilton Preis 7A pleasant affair of the past we was the theater party given at Keiths by Mrs W P Bannon In honor of Miss Marie Bannon fol lowed by luncheon at Kleins Mrs Jr V Thompson Miss Rose Bannon and Mrs R H Moore chaperoned the party which included Misses Catherine Bannon Jessie Bannon Mary Ellen Campbell Josephine Burkley Stella Stark Constance Casslley Marie Schimpler Isabel Steidles Florence OBryan Blanch OBryan Adele Schneiderhan Mary McGuire Rose McGulro Mary Flynn Angela Flynn Angela Huber Henrietta Dempf Julia Kyle Margaret Beas ley Irene Fisher Lucille Clarke Henrietta Bannon and Marl Banes I Wednesday evening a large number of friends and relatives assembled at the Church of Our Lady in orttand to witness the marriage of Miss Anna Louise Glllooly andI James T Galvin the Rev Father onniff performing the ceremony The bride is the daughter of Capt and Mrs John IT Gillooly and Is an exceptionally attractive and charming young woman The groom Is connected with the IlliholK Central railroad in thlclty and Is quite popular Following the church ceremony there wtua reception at i homoot She brides parent at Bank Street rftter which the happy couple left for a bridal trip Upon their return they will make their home at 2928 Bank street Capt Gillooly father of tho brIde Is in charge of the Louisville Life Sav Ing Station A veteran in the serv aei grandfather and is the proud head includingtwinsily to challenge the admiration oven of a Roosevelt CUTS DEBT Father McGpvcrns Splendid Work During Past Year Very Rev Father McGover Prior of St Louis Bertrands church read his financial statement for the year 1912 at all the masses lastl Sunday and every member of the congregation was more than pleased with the splendid progress made toward wiping out the debt which has been standing for many yenta Father McGoverns report showed that at the beginning of the year the total debt amounted to 25623 and that 12025 had been paid on this amount leaving a debt of 1359 at the beginning of the present year This amount the reverend pastor hopes to decrease greatly or wIpe out entirely this year and therefore urges the congregation to work faithfully to that end Father Mc Govern has been untiring in his labors and has the satisfaction of a record year in the Dominican parish FATHER CRANEY Popular and Loved Priest Transferred to St Cecilias The Rev Robert Craney who 1Is well remembered as an assistant toe the lamented Father Lawler at St Patricks church this city but f quite a number of years the bolov pastor of St Annes congregation at Morganfleld has been transferred to St Cecilias church to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Rev Andrew J Brady Father was ordained twentyeight years ago at the same time that the Very Rev James P Cronin present pastor of St Patricks church and Vicar General of the diocese was ordained HE3 is fiftythree years of age Whiles his former parishioners regretted his departure they are rejoiced that comes to a larger and more heSt tant charge His last mass at Annes was largely attended and Father Craneys farewell sermon was very touching especially when 1 referred to his affection for h Is people and called attention to the fact that a largo per cent of them have received from him all three sacrr meats of baptism communion and marriage He has recently caused to be erected there a large handsome day school a dream of many years 2ather Rehm a native of Stlthton but for some time past stationed at Lebanon has been sent to St Annes by Bishop ODonaghue and the people will rejoice over his appointment Father Craney will at once take charge of St Cecilias and will likely celebrate mass there tbmorrow PRESIDENTS Only Ten States Have Had 1Honor of ruling Office In only one respect can Virgin I still be properly called the broth of Presidents only as to the number of years Virginians occupied the i executive office not as to the num ber of residents of Virginia elected to the Presidency or succeeding Ito the Presidency Since the beginning of the Government Presidents have been taken from only ten States Virginia Massachusetts Tennesse- Now York Ohio Louisiana New Hampshire Pennsylvania Illinois and Indiana There have been five from Virginia New York and Ohio three from Tennessee two from Massachusetts and Illinois and one From New Hampshire Louisiana Pennsylvania and Jndiana It was a remarkable fact that at the end of President Roosevelts term March 4 1909 New York had had the Presidency about nineteen years out of the twentyeight since the inauguration of President Gar field in 1881thu period covered by the White House service of Arthur Cleveland and Roosevelt Still more remarkable Is the fact that at the end of President Tafts present term March 4 1913 New York and Ohio will have had the Presidency thirty two out of the thirtysix years slnd the inauguration of Hayes Probably most remarkable of all is the fact that Virginia New York and Ohio have held the Presidency seventy three years of the 124 since the be ginning of the Government CATHOLIC WOMANS CLUB The Catholic Womans Club an nounces a reception at their quarters 615 West Walnut street on Sunday afternoon January 19 from 3 to 6 oclock All friends of theI club aro cordially invited to attend FOLLOWS HER DAUGHTER I Burns sustained while she was attempting to extinguish the flames that enveloped her daughter Mrs Nellie Nuttman on Christmas eve caused the death Friday night of Mrs Ellen 3IcDonough at her homo 1922 Lytle street Septicemia had developed and her great grief at the death of her daughter tended tore- tarrIa successful combat against the lseaaeShe was eightytwo years I old Mrs McDonough leaves one son Patrick McDonough Her funeral took place Monday morning from St Patricks church HoNoRS FOR JIOEMER StatePresidentAmerir wf11kJoJher tln If You lVan to Be Sure to Have Money for Xmas Join the ChristmasSavings Club Make small weekly deposits for 50 cents and get it all back with interest two weeks before Christmas Seven classes join any one or all of them in your own name or for anybody else Bring or MAIL tho first weeks pay ment and become a member Open daily until 5 p m Sat urday until 7 p m- Kentucky Title Savings Bank i and Trust Con FIFTH AND COURT PLACE n I Louisville has been again honorsby the Knights of Newport At its last regular meeting Branch 626 oft that city elected the following officers Spiritual Adviser Rev H GHoemerGeorgeOchsLouisHuntemanedA Miller Treasurer James Dieter JohnFellenhaar Trustee John Flelsch eyDEMOCRATS t Will Name 2179 Precinct Committeemen Jon Hazy 18 resolutionthatjaw of the Democratic party at there lastMay tobeof the State on Saturday January 18 The Democratic voters in each theStateafternoon of the date specified The retiring Precinct Committeeman or should there be a vacancy existing some qualified Democrat designated callthepurpose of the meeting The Pre bytheanotherStateand how their successors shall be followingtheir20 the Precinct Committeemen will meet at their various county seats and organize by selecting a Chairman and Secretary In those counties Legislativemen for each Legislative district will organize by selecting a Chairman and Secretary Calls for the preclpc byaeYthe County PRINTING Has Been Fostered by Vat scan Since Fifteenth Centurye The Vatican printing office which has been equipped with the latest Mergenthaler linotype machines from which were printed the first edition of the Psalterlum Brevlarii perfecttoeating hit of history of the office and its institution sent the Mergenthaler Company by Signor J Nelson Banks manager of the Socleta Linotype Itallana whose office is at Milan The Tipografla Poljglotta Vatl cana was founded by Pope SIxtus V who thus became one of the earliest Introducers of the printing art into Italy The first printing office however was not In the Vatican but was installed in a convent ate Subiago near Rome and it appears that it was there that two German Gutenbergfirstthe protection of SIxtus V Shortly afterward the printing office was removed to the Vatican and installed over the Pontifical law courts where it remained until the acces sion of the present Pope Pius X The latter recognizing the necessity of modernizing the institution had the present building erected equipped It with the latest and best machinery and appliances and placed it under the able management of Comm Pasquala Scott The library of the printing office is most interesting and its exhibits form a complete chain in the progress of printing from the fifteenth century to the present day Here maybe seen for J instance books printed on hand J presses from type held together by a poker passed through each separate character LONG VACATION TRIP Rev J R Meaney O P President of Aquinas College at Columbus Ohio and well known hero in Louisville leaves shortly for an ex tended vacation trip aoroadHe will tour various foreign countries Including Rome in his itineracy and will aprad considerable time In the HolylUnd During Father Kane yS atoenof Rer DI Wynn 0 P111 haVe c arge at the QOl10f1 JoinAny nay Up to- Jan IS second weeks second BY Four 815 1913 I AND Games Called at p Tickets for or s admission to MUSIC Delightful 7 p m The Fine ing now a until you what means AND Mens Young Clothes Shop 1 Pound i czcr OVI rash For Great Catholics of Ireland have received with pleasure the the approval of the Arch bishops Bishops a great national to Lourdes is about to be place Many Catholics of course Joined in annual to famous shrine in of France but be the first national cially from Ireland general meeting the Bishops approved of project Cardinal Logue has stated hopes to OrganizingCommittee diocese in has been formed there be no doubt the project be warmly Irish SECOND SELECT DANCE Trinity Council Y M I Social Club wil give the second of their series of select dances at Trinity Baxter Morton avenues hursday January 23 tho mittee of pr par- Ing a pleasant surprise for those ENTERTAINED AT Right ThomM F J rector of the American Collfff In visiting in lbC IClasses and 1A Total Payments You pay lc the week 2o the second week and so on or 50c the week 49c tho sec ond week and so on the end of 50 weeks you get back 1276 interest added and 2A Payments 7511 2550 IYou pay 2c the week 4c week and so on or the week 98c the theIIweek and so on At the end 50 interest you added get back Classes 5 and 5A IIII Payments 6375 liii pay 6c the week the week and so on or 260 the week the second week and so on At the end of 50 weeks you get back 6375 interest added Glass B pay I a week for 50 weeks and get bacc50 interest addedliii POPULAR CONCERT CATHOLIC CHORAL UNIONF- or I Benefit of Lawrence Institute THE GOLDEN LEGENDCelebrated Soloists 300 In Chorus Twentyfive in Orchestra Sunday P M January 1913 Masonic Theater Grand Euchre and LottoFOR THE BENEFIT OF St Aloysius Church Pewee Valley FRIDAY JANUARY 17 Y M HALL BAXTER MORTON 230 and 730 nu TICKETS 10 ers load cream and and 15 cents holder tames GOOD A Lunch will bi served from 5 la ATTEND personally conducted sale Cloth in Dont dollar see this to you CUT PRICES FOR SURE CUNNING LEWIS BROTZGE N W COR JEFFERSON and Mens Exclusive FRESH ROASTED DAILY Mulloys Special Coffee for30o asoSJOHN M MULLOY I Horn Pbotu 1333 aai w 2hx 9T1 1ii LOURDES Catholics Preparing National Pilgrimage announcement that with and pilgrimage organized and wilt take next September Irish have tho pilgrimage this the South this will pilgrimage spe organized At their last unanimously tho and that he accompany Ireland and can that will supported by Cathblicit Hall and com arrangements are attending UNIVERSITl Rev Kea lorae now tils eoifctryj 1 IIII 12 1 first first At with Classes 2 IIII Total first first with Total IIIif You first 10c first 246 with You with St 12 I cakq ticks of progress spend THIRD and J A WALNUT ST THEATER Starting Sunday Matinee Jan lJ2 COMEDY TRIUMPH Cohan Harris Will Present Here With BJg Cast at Popular Prices The Fortune HunterPe- rfect production of the best written and most delightful comedy of the sea son Clever and novel throughout Tuesday Thursday Saturday Mat nees 2S- cNights and Sunday Matinee 25c 35c SOcFURCAPS 2- IIATS rBATS T STORES FW- Z28 MARKET STREET MARKET STREET rai in Washington the past week and entertained by Mgr Snahan at the Catholic TJnlwiUy I 1Y E TT7SOSY IRI H AMERICAN tl BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY X IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McHenna Distiller Fairfield Eyf D J DOUOHERTV S J MCBLLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTTFu- neral 9 Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Call Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREETfttJ tttt Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 We JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 1e J1 BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East Halm StreetH e e eJfe THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE CITY 365 jj All calls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 WEST MARKET STREET ttsyasx0 j IT DOESNT PAYT- oargue against QUALITY Get the BEST in the start and be satisfied in the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER MANUFACTURED Y KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated I RiverL6nbvII Both Phonei XM7 H BOSSE lQSON Funeral Directors and Embalmers 610 irajHiTe- leohoae AV NUE 1022 BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses lieleotroFafEtc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 HENRY MOLD DBAXMR IH I StapleI and Fancy Brocertesss- A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty IItIIIt PIMM 4311 524 Wi WALNUTi x tiE RMANN BROS IMPanrsas PINE WINES AND LIQUOR Distillers aid Wholesale Deal en in Finest Brands of Kea Urtacky Wbkktes especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND TMl1ee1i I ilfSIXTH II r Mao operatlnt Roolerl- elfellODvlReIDd W IIrhoneII FIRST CL- ASSCOAL Buy Now WMIe the Trie Is tow Large claw Coal rreifc from Tie Bones Dally TBADEWATKB 2TOKF 353- TEAEWArES HUT 335 TEADEWATE1t raT AND BLAOEtUG- PITTJlUBOK rtTHP 495- JIeLLIOO LUMP 5415 fidSBTKA1OHT8AOK 300 I AU Par Toni of 8000 Poun- dsunsExuz WJJ OrVTB YOU TU OXEEN TADDIG STAMPS FRANKEL GOAL co1 EIGHTH AND ZANEI Home Phone City 2610- Casaber1aad Phone South 1048T elve your boys MI education that will prepare them for llf ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 113 W Broadway lioulrrtllo fy Conducted by the Xaverlan Brother Classical Scientific and Buslaww LargSwlmmlDICalum Terms Moderate Bro James Dlr r CB THOMPSON FLORISTI ONLY ONE STORE Rosebuds a Specialty Floral1 Designs 68S FOURTH AVENUE 1itk Yetytter I Me promptIatUatUi C1 BACK TO ERIN Hopeful Signs That Emigration Has Reached Maximum While the stream of emigration from Ireland goes steadily on there are hopeful signs that It has reached its maximum as there Is quite an influx of men and women returning to the Old Land from the British colonies and the United States These returning exiles appear to be prompted by two motivesto take a hand in developing the Industrial and agricultural resources of the country and to spend their remaining years in the land of their birth The division of the grazing lands and the sale of landlords interests to the tenants are chiefly responsible for this new condition of things which is putting fresh life and vigor into the general activities of the country Within the last month or two as many as 250 men and women have returned to the counties of Mayo and Galway from the United States and Canada to take up small farms and estates hitherto in the occupa tion of the Marquis of Sligo and Lord Oranmore The conflict be tween the landlord and tenants on the former in the early eighties gave birth to a new word when the de structive weapon of the Land League was applied to Capt Boycott who was the Marquis agent in Mayo V K EOKBR Again President and Head of Trin ity Council Y M I EUCHRE AND LOTTO The ladles of St Aloysius church Pewee Valley will entertain with a euchre and lotto at Trinity Council Hall Baxter and Morton avenues next Friday afternoon and evening January 17 the afternoon games to bo called at 230 and the evening games at 8 oclock Lunch will be served from 5 to 7 and a musical programme will be rendered in the evening This struggling parish andI its pastor Rev Father EW Boes aregreatly in need of assistance and those desirous of assisting a worthy charity should take this opportunity to patronize their social affair next Friday BASEBALL MEETING President iFrank A ReIchert this week Issued the call for the annual meeting of the Amateur Baseball TuesdayeeningFourth street The terms of Presi dent ReIchert Vice President Saund ers Treasurer Leathers and Secre tary Dundon will expire at this meet Ing but there will be no question as to their reelection if they will consent to serve another year To their efforts is almost wholly due the success of the Amateur Federa tion WELCOME VISITOR J IL ODonnell professor of science at St Marys College was a welcome visitor to the Kentucky Irish American office this week Prpf ODonnell Is a native of Trux ton N Y but so well does he like Kentucky that he has concluded to make the Bluegrass State his home for the future VANDALISM During the past week St Michaels church on Brook street has suffered the loss of a highly prized painting of the Blesed Virgin and the Infant Jesus Father Martin OConnor the pastor reported the theft to the police but thus far no clew has been discovered that gives any hopes for Its recovery JAILER PFLANZ BETTER Jailer John R Pflanz is reported well advanced on the way to recovery with the confident hope that he will be able to resume his official duties within the next few days Jailer Pflanz was taken seriously ill last month and has since been con fined to his home on Rudd avenue For a time his condition was regarded most critical DILLONS HEALTH FAILING His colleagues of the Nationalist party fear that the British House otI Commons will see little of John Dillon in the future Two serious accidents have reduced him to a state of health that demands peace rest and quietness HIs attendants during the debates on the home rule bill severely taxed Ids physical re sources and he would have tqken aj more conspicuous part In the dis cussions that followed had his health permitted DODGED THE DANGER Of the men who sank the M rrl mac In the mouth of Santiago bar bor to bottle up the Spanish fleet for Sampson and Schley only Richmond P Hobson how a member of Congress from Alabama Isbom monly remembered But there were four jrlshAin rkant with him Daniel Montaguej Trancta Kelly Oflborn D inftn DdJ O Murphy one Trencoman George Ctiarette andODe Norwegian Rudolph All the late and new Styles and Shape can be found here at reasonable prices Call and see us MONUMENTSHaving stock of Monuments of the late Muldoon Monument Company we 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 318320 West Green St New Muldoon Monument Go Catholic Childrens Magazine o The Child Apostle is n little mag nzine published monthly for Catholic children It is filled with stories and pictures It costs only twenty five cents n year Send us twenty five cents in coin or stamps for a years subscription for your boy or girl Address The Child Apostle 1183 McCormick building Chicago Ill Clausen Who were the other two And where were the AngloSaxons and the patriots of all the secret antiCatholic societies r Catholic Columbian KNIGHTS OF DOLIWI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Milwaukee Knights are conducting a skating contest which Is exciting much Interest- Efforts will be made to have the fourth degree put on in the early spring at Wichita Kas- I e Moyne Council at Syracuse will exemplify the first degree upon a large class January 28 Over 400 Knights attended the initiation of fifty candidates on January 2 at Tiffin Ohio Syracuse Council had a reunion night Monday All the old timers helped and roast pig was passed The council at Oswego N Y Initiated forty candidates last week and on Washingtons birthday will confer the third on a class of 100 The council at Janesville Wis bas voted f200 forjhe building of anew hospital there ThIs amount Is one of the largest given by any society or corporation In the city The event of the season in Okla homa City was the charity ball last week which surpassed anything ever undertaken by the Knights of Okla homa all sections of the State being representedThe 75000 building of the Knights of Mason City Iowa one of the best in the city was opened Monday night with a banquet E G Dunn recent candidate for Governor was toastmaster LATEST IN STYLES The lingerie collars cuffs and vest fronts of fine embroidered batiste are still favorites on morning frocks Cretonne with its designs worked over in colored wool is used for collars and cuffs of the new tailored coatsIn buying white gloves choose kid skin rather than lambskin if you want them to wear most satis factorilySilk braiding promises to be in favor for satin tussor suits which means as braiding always does a military air Some of the new square collars on linen dresses are fitted smoothly to the shoulders and the little ties are of linen Dresses for the South are being made of mousseline and cloth Alpaca and cloth are also used for between season costumes The lingerie dresses Just beginning to be shown in the shops frequently have the fullness of their skirts taken up in handrun tucks Fashion authorities tell us that with the spring will be seen millinery flowers of colored tulle with tiny pearls and stones for petals In trimming young girls dresses a great many small colored rosesusually of chiffon are seen Bright blue velvet sashes edged with small silk roses are used for lingerie toilets GERMAN CATHOLIC PRINCE The German empire is now repre sented at the English court by a Catholic Ambassador Prince Lich nowskyan intimate friend of Emperor William and a hereditary member of the Upper House of the Prussian Diet He was born in 1860 and is decorated with the Order of the Golden Fleece HOME NO MORE Workmen have completed the destruction of the old home of Fran lsScottKeY a thor of the Star Spangled Banner where Key lived from 180atp 1828 The Francis Scott Key Memorial Asso- cIation failed in its efforts to raise enough money to preserve the structure To remove can er in the mouth touch it frequwitty with bicarbonate of soda the ordinary kind1 used in bakIng To remove riiyaafrom a finger swollen by their tightness dip the nDlerlnliMeolfr aoudialid the ring will come oft easily BARRYMORE Modifies His Views and Will Retain His Irish Home I Lord Barrymore who it will be remembered was one of the most Irreconcilable of the Irish landlords agItation antagonism to home rule Two years ago he declared ho would quit Ireland in the event of a National Parliament being set up ip Dublin and actually prepared for the emergency by instructing his Irish agent to find a purchaser for Fota Island his beautiful place in Cork harbor His American wife strongly protested against such a proposal at the time as she had found her Cork nelghbors most congenial acquaint ances while the homely spirit of the people in general strongly ap pealed to her Lord Barrymoros agents in Dublin have now received an intimation that he has abandoned all idea of disposing of his Irish home and many of the valuable pic tures and heirlooms that were re moved to London have been returned to Fota Island It la said that His Lordship has for the last twelve months or so como under the influ once of Lord Dunraven who for some years has been promulgating schemes for a more progressive Irish administration than that which has obtained under successive British GovernmentsFRANK G ADAMS Who Will Servo Second Term as President of Mackin Council FATHER CUSAOK RESIGNS A wide circle of friends through out Kentucky heard with regret that on account of ill health the Rev James A Cusack last week tendered Bishop Maes his resignation as pas tor of St Patricks church at Coy ington Father Cusack has been pastor of St Patricks since 1908 when he succeeded the late Rev James Smith its Sounder and pastor till his death During his incum ben4 Father Cusack deeply en deared himself to the congregation who view with keen sorrow his departure from them ELIZABETHTOWN In the presence of many friends and relatives W Frank Fowler of Colesburg and Miss Nettie E Thorns berry were united in marriage Tues day evening at St James church in Elizabethtown Rev Father Hugh Daly performing the ceremony The bride and groom are widely known in Hardin county where the wedding was one of much interest PARCELS POST WARNING The people will have a great deal to learn before the new Parcels Post can become really satisfactory and so will the Postofflce officials from the highest to the lowest Consult your Postmaster before attempting to mall packages and be sure you do not put letter stamps on a parcel Use only the special stamps sold for that purpose DIED IN ROME The sad intelligence was recejved Monday by John C Murphy 713 Melgs avenue Jeffersonville of the death of his grandnephew Ralph Murphy LEstrange who was study ing for the priesthood in Rome His death was caused from an attack of scarlet fever WONT HELP THEM The papers have been giving much publicity to tho pilgrimage of a band of suffragettes from New York to Albany to present a petition for woman suffrage to Gov Sulzer The Episcopalian Bishop Doane of Albany hit off the situation when he said The suffragettes who made this march from New York to Al bany are a band of silly excited and exaggerated women Their sole aim in making this pilgrimage as they are wont to call it was the attrac tion of attention This demonstra itlon will not help their cause any HER NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS I IYes Ive cut out the slang stuff Nell was telling her latest gentleI man friend Gee but my talking was getting fierce Id worked up a line o table material that had George Ade backed oft the map andI guessin for wind but Ive ditched all that now I seen it was to me to switch onto another track Jammed on my emergency brakes one day and says to myself You mut where do you think youll wind up if you dont slough this rough guff youre ehovln across on your unprotected friends You never will land a Johnnyboy thats got enough gray matter in his cupola to want a real I bangpp dossy lady for his klddo linII stead of a skirt that palavers like a brainstorm with a busted stearin gear Any girl dan talk like a lady even if she never gets closer to one than to stretch her neck when some swell dame buzzes past in her gas wagon I says to yours truly Its to reformat your grammar little cuter and you botcher iwrt lift Ire cut the mustard u I FRANK FEHR BREWING CO INeDPORATED Brewers arid Bottlers ILOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 4- 52SENNACKERMA1S4 BREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED LOUISVILLE ET JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY E FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order- a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Horns 76717672 Cumb Wilt 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATADBUTCRERTCWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERt 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 i LOUtS LUlQ Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1912 y THE WIEDEMANNCtCORPO RATED BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beerser Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent flam GRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky OLD FORTUNAcBOURBON JTHE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO iwoonronATiD DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS F0Rr Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER f 419 W MARKET ST ute41 ti ei THE 2 FAVORITES of LttliTlllei Particular Seekers TARPY SPECIAL 10c Cig- arLITTLE k Ji 5c Cigar The cigars without an equal in quality and flavor Homemade Unloafflada and the bestmade for the money For sale at all dispensers of smokers TWeCOj CAKKHS- SEVENTH ST MARKETr La o JOHN B STRUBEL JEWELER Watches Diamonds 346 E Market Stt HOME PHONE 4066 REPAIRING A SPECIALTY- ALL WORK GUARANTEED Oiias fle Rogers Is BOOK GOsee PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSAIIIES To suIt every taste Give us a call and Inspect our line ef goods They are the finest e- ttrir kind in the city Inks Magazines aid RsNgleas AriMc or BTXMT BBwcsunrrxox 434 West Jefferson Street CENTRAL FURNITURE Cle Incorporated N W Cer Third M arm Ik We furnish the home cess ptete oa easy paymentb WM CALU8HAN Mgr SuN hptr r- r It ltE TUOKY JR S1w AlMBRJOAN i THE BIG STORE CLEARANCE SALE OF Mens and Young Mens High Grade Suits Overcoats and Pants Hats and Furnishing Goods This is a clearance sale that will justify every economical bvyer investigate Sale starts Saturday morning Come early THE BIG STORE9 424 StlBetwcea MILTON M MARBLESTONE di CO t itf For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE x My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best a JAMES GREENEI JMMMtttiMlttttttttlttt 425 Streetr I 4 WEDDING GIFTS FOR BRIDESvWe have a large and comprehensive assortment of beautiful pieces in Solid Sliver and Sheffield Plate r embracing Tableware of many designs Candelabra Silver Service etc K of C Emblems in pint charms buttons Gold and sliver novelties dia monds and other precious stones In beautiful settings Select Now DMsAN SON 410 West Market St You Can Rely on Le man t I s Mgt Every Requisite For Amateur and Professional Photographers SnalQiraphic OeveWpin and Printing SOUVENIR POST GARBS PICTURE FRAMING lL 321 Wait Jtfftrtm UuIirllJ I THERE SA REASON FOR Tl The great popularity and for the celebrated QUICK I GAS RANGE due entirely its great effici ency durability and great saving quality Sold easy payments and connected fre- eGEHER SON 215 Market SL near Second 1N P This Damp Cool Weather the Beginning of Winter BRINGS ON RHEUMATISM BUT FEW DOSES OF II Kamofmuellers KODflK SUPPLIES demandI RflEUMfflG Remedyy Quickly Relieves It Sold by All Druggists Made by the KAMPFMUELLER MFG COLouisville Ky Iseerporated 4M J oAJvrluT- 1Pr l is to on I A P BAHHOH JR VfoePre and Treas L J VEEJlEMA- NSeeretry Kentucky Vitrified Brick Co INCORPORATED MANUFACTURERS OF VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK For Streets and Roadways Office 528 West Jefferson Street Works Magnolia Ate Bet SIM rrh A TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE 1252 k I + + t + + 4w + + f+ + C cc DR Ja T CHAWK I1 Veterinary Infirmary 713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET TiliMMMtClHrtS2IMI INe II 23II f r HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- Ncws Notes I Andrew Gorman of Division 1 is again on the sick list Martin Cusick can look back over his administration with the utmost satisfaction Following the meeting Monday night of Division 1 of Syracuse there was a fortyfive contest for prizes Division 2 will install ita officers next Thursday night and a feast will be prepared for all who attend Vice President Dan McCarthys address Tuesday night reviewed fond memories and pleased the mer from Kerry Indianapolis Hibernians will have a two days celebration in honor of St Patrick this year one on Sunday and one on Monday County President Will Connelly and Secretary Dan Keefe are always sure to receive a hearty welcome when they visit Division 1 Cardinal OConnell finds it impos sible for him to be the guest and speaker for the Milwaukee Hiber nians on St Patricks day The Ladles Auxiliary and Divis- Ion 1 of Cortland N Y each gave Rev Father Donahue 225 toward finishing his new St Marys church thereNever before was the Ancient Order so strong in Indiana The pas year shows marked gains in mem bership and unity prevailing every where Ladies Auxiliary 3 of Indianapolis celebrated its fifteenth anniversary Wednesday night with a banquet and elaborate musical and literary pro grammeThe meeting of the Ladles Auxiliary will be held Weddesda- night at Falls City Hall The pro ceedings promise to be interesting for those who attend All Hibernians are invited to at tend the meeting of Division 2 at St Williams Hall Thirteenth an Oak when they will be entertained at a buffet luncheon Members who attend meetings regularly do most to strengthen their division and encourage their officers Those who continually ab sent themselves are lax In their duty The Indianapolis Ladles Auxiliary are making extensive arrangements for the Joint observance of St Bridgets day on February 3 Tom linson Hall has been secured for the occasionHibernians throughout Kentucky fervently hope Father James Cusack who is remembered for what he did for the order at the time of the Paris convention will be speedily restored to healthNational President Regan State President Doyle and State and county officers witnessed a big h stallatlon of officers of the neapolis divisions last Sunday large attendance was present Many were heard to express the hope Tuesday night that President John Kinney of Jefersonville could be induced to repeat interostfn aidress whenever the County Board cityDivisions Monday night at Bertrand Hall All the members are urged to be pres ent as the committees will be announced The business will be of much interest and will include an outline of work for the coming year The Insurance plan in force in Indiana has proven a vital factor iin strengthening the order in that State Unless the next national Convention promulgates a uniform Insurance plan Kentucky would do well to follow the example of her sister State JIlbernlansheld I pose of celebrating the Night o the Big Wind in Ireland All Irishmen proIvldedi i I Irish dances music and singing and also refreshments i J3UCHRE AND SUPPER Rev Father Felten and the people of St Augustlnes church for colored people Thirteenth and Broadway forinextI in St Augustines Hall which has accommodations for between 400 and I 500 persons The afternoon games will be called at 230 will be followed by the octookandII evening games beginning suppers provided by the people this parish have been excelled ofII none served in this city and it is said the menu for next Thursday nightr will surpass all others During the afternoon and at the close of the I night games many handsome and valuable awards will be made This will be a very enjoyable entertain ment the proceeds of which will be for the benefit of the church HERTEIr I JNTZ Ono of the prettiest of the new year weddings in this city Will be solemnIzed at St Josephs church on I Wednesday January 22 when MIss Emma Hertel will become the bride of George Lentz Miss Hertel who is the daughter of Mrs ElizabethIII Hertel 1427 Quincy street several years been connected with Herman Straus Sons and is one of the most popular and highly es teemed young ladles of St Josephs congregation Tho groom who Is a well known young man holds a responsible position with the Ahrens Ott Company Rev Father Alex ander will perform the marriage ceremony and the attendants willi be Miss Virgie Lyons and John Hertel brother of thebrlde Follow- Ing the church ceremony the bridal party and friends will bo tendered a reception at the forte homo on Quincy street The worthy couple will realde at 2301 West Ormsby avenue where they will receive their Mends MANY ENTRIES I 1 Local council Knights of Columbus IB now conducting a poor and billiard tournament for members 1 Daly sir the club house evwrrTuwi 1 lay Thurtday and Saturday evan SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O RD- IVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall a First and Third Tuesday President Martin J Cusick Vice President Charles J Finns gan Recording Secretary Anthony J TompkinsFinancIal Secretary Jos E Farrell 1808 West Market Treasurer Thomas P Lawler SergeantatArms Louis Roller S11UnetHenry McDermott- DIVISION J tleets first and third Wednesdays Odd JrellowiHall Sixth and Wal nut street- sPresidentCon J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan JshRecording Daniel J CKeefe Financial Secretary John J Kesney 1607 DumesalL Sorgeamt at Arms J CharlesI ObstSentinelEdward Breentn DIVISION I Meets First and Third Uoadays Ilnetehth and Portland President Hugh Hourlgan Vice President J M Mstanur Recording SecJetaryTJt6 Stev ens GtHesslon 1710 Baird TreasurerD J Dougherty SergeantatArms James Stevens Sentinel Thomas Noon- IIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Street Presldent John H Hennessy LynchyRecording Secretary John J Bar= rr Flnancl 1SecretaryTbomas J Langan 807 West Oa- kTreasurerThomas Downey ColemandSentlnllY J McDermott Y JMC II MACKIN COUNCIL 206 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrank G Adams First Vice PresidentA Co Link Second Vie President William Rihn Financial Secretary Wm Link Recording SecretaryRobert Os borneCorresponding I Secretary Georgel Slmonla Treasurer Rotfert T Burke Marshal Fred Schuler Inside SentinelPeter Andrlot Outside Sentinel Joseph Higgins toTaxpayersA I The County Board of Tax Super visors for Jefferson county Ken tucky will nisei dally In the office of thgI hours of 10 aiand 12oclock ft m for the purpose of equalizing th assessment of property as made b the Assessor for the year of 1013 The board will remain In session for 30 days and will adjourn Saturday absence be meet with tho Secretary of the board In the County Assessors office between the hours of 8 oclock a m I rand 5 oclock p m- WAIEBB S MILLER P Jt WELSH Chairman Secretary Ing being set aside for the games entrIesICommittee reports n reception and dance for members and their fam llles on Friday January 24 at the hall DEATH UNDER WHEELS Mrs Mary A Klster Rapier wife of Sylvester Rapier formerly a prominent banker of New Haven Ky but for some time past a res fTlnt of this city met a shocking death early Thursday morning when she fellon the car track on Winter avenue and was ground beneath the streetImorning she arose as usual and at 6 oclock was missed by her daugh ter Fifteen minutes later her husband who instituted a search for his fromIupon finding the lifeless and man gled body beneath the car It was necessary to call the wreck car to the scene and Jack up the car to re move the body the work consuming an hour Death had been instan taneous Her head was almost severed the left side of the skull was crushed her left hand cutoff and the right hand crushed to a pulp Mrs Rapier had wide family connec tions in Kentucky Besides her husband Mrs Rapier is survived by three sons Nicholas A Rapier of New Mexico Sylvester J Rapier andI E Obrecht Rapier of Louisville six daughters Mrs Samuel J Dant Mrs A J Bowling and Miss Mildred Rapier of Louisville Mrs J I Greenwell of New Haven Mrs Ned Lawler of San Francisco Cal and Sister Mario Joan of the Loretta Convent at St Louis Mo and a Mater Mrs Joseph Whelan of Louisville She was a member ofI St Brlglds churchr- 1TTRAfJTIVI7 ENTERTAINMENT The YoungtCLadies Sodality of StIJames church will give an attractive entertainment on January 21 and 22 when tueywlll present A Trip Around the W ldrrunks handbags j suitcases and all the paraphernalia j requisite for the trip may bo I purchased at the depot Sight seeing I parties will lve the station at 1 all hours with guide service fur t nished free of barge Refreshments in the form ot a Dutch supper will t be furaliaed Irent I to 9 oclock andJ a moit attractiY nu served- r j IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges At the Belturbet market two weeks before Christmas over 4500 were realized on the sale of turkeys The South Tipperary County Coun cil has elected P Mulcahy of Cahlr a member in room of the late Coun cilor McQulsh The Newry Guardians elected Dr CountyArmaghaghmore Dispensary district The death of the Rev J ONeill President of St Patricks Academy at Dungannon Is muchregretted He succumbed to an attack of pneu monia A large detachment of military was expected to arrive in the Long tenet barracks in January but it is stated the order has been counter manded RoscommonIhas been fired at by poachers whom ho found shooting at Carnlough on the borders of the Counties of Roscommon and Galway- A shocking tragedy occurred at Askeaton where Michael OShaugh nessy was burned to death In a limekiln where he sought shelter from a downpour of rain The death Is announced of J Mc Ateer head of the firm of J McAteer 8c Son monumental sculptors of Newry and father of Rev E Mc Ateer of Lower Drumgooland The Rev Father OSulllvan O P for about twelve months at St Saviors Waterford has been trans ferred to St Marys Kilkenny He will be replaced in Waterford by Rev RlB Duggan O P from Lim erickThe people of Klldalkey County Meath have learned with much re gret that the Rev Richard Smith who had labored so zealously among them for the past four years is about to leave them to take up pastoral charge of Bohermeen When Secretary OHartigan of tho Evicted Tenants Association and a large crowd with a band assembled recently at Ballyclough near Limerick to hold a meeting 1IB connection with Mrs Laffans farm the police Intervened and would al low no speeches to be delivered Recently in Dublin a fire broke out in the historic house known as the Prescati but it was ex tinguished before it had caused any serious damage In the old days it was the town house of Dermott McMurrow King of Lelnster and in later years Lord Edward Fitzgerald lived there for a short period The customers in Callan of the Munster Electric Light Company Rev P CarrIgan presiding have decided to form a cooperative so clety to purchase the electric light plant by which the town is lighted A committee of nine members of the Town Commissioners was appointed to negotiate with the Munster Com pany Great popular rejoicing took ofethe restoration to health of the Very aetownywas a torchlight procession headed by a fife and drum band marched to the Canons residence where a selection of music was played Clergy from all parts of the Archdiocese of Tuam as well as a large gathering of his friends and parish ioners were present at the funeral of the late Rev John McEvllly Of fice and requiem mass were first solemnized at Crossboyne parish church by the Rev P Nicholson In presence of the Most Rev Dr Hlg gins assisted by the Right Rev Monsignor Kilkenny Claremofrls and the Very Rev Canon DAlton Ballinrobe FORTUNE HUNTER The Walnut Theater next week will have one of the most prominent attractions of its season in The Fortune Hunter one of the most delightful and successful comedies of modern times The story of how Nat Duncan whose education and position are useless in obtaining success for him in the large city follows the advice of his friend and seeks it in a small town is one of the finest sources of enjoyment that the stage has given us in some time Consid ering the success of this piece In the highpriced houses the Walnut should be sold out next week as this Is the first opportunity to see it at popular prices Moreover the cast offered is exceptional as it has no other than William Deming as Nat Deming follows such actors as Jack Barrymore and IFred Niblo in this famous part The rest of the cast and the production is practically the same as seen Intbe firstclass houses SURPRISE FOR FRIENDS Friends and relatives were given a pleasant surprise when announcement was made on Sunday that Miss Bertha Cohn daughter of Col and Mrs Herman V Cohn and Thurman G Wright of Nashville Tenn had been quietly married December 28 There was no objection to the union and their engagement was known but the young couple decided on a quiet marriage while the groom was here on a visit Miss Cohn will be remembered as one of the stars in MackIn Councils opera and prom inent in musical circles The couple will make their home in Nashville where the groom is engaged in bust nessMORGAN NAMED PATRON J PJorpont Morgan has been designated patron of fine arts and letters by the Catholic University ofI America at a meeting of its Board of rusteos This distinction con ferred upon him Is of unusual interest because it is the first time any honorary distinction has been conferred by the governors of the insti tuttyn It gives public expression to the eatisfacfion with which the church in the United States regards the lervlcen which Mr Morgan has given to the cause offlpe arts and letters I NNNsiN s e s uNNNNN NeiH N s s OU- RJANUARY I CLEARANCE NOW GOING ON As usual it is being conducted in the characteris tic Bacon way meaning that it is a strictly bona fide clearance in which every department is fully represented COMEMONEY WILL BE MIGHTY Winter goods and winter wearing apparel for e men women and children being sold at generously reduced pric- esDONT I FAIL TO COME X I RACON aSONt 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