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PATRONIZE CREAGERSBUSINESS SCHOOLSe- cond and Brecklarldge L VOLUME XXXNO 3 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JANUARY 18 1913 PRICE FIVE CENTS PRECINCT Conventions For Democrats All- Over I the State This After noon licckhnms Strength Wanes as Ills Vcn1cncss6s Are Being Shown Friends of Itreiinnii and Bingham Busy With Mayoralty Petitions CHANCE TO PROVE POPULARIT- In accordance with the new rules of the Democratic State convention i as promulgated at Louisville last May this afternoon will witness the J first step In the reorganization of local Democratic committees all over the State At 2 oclock this after noon the Precinct Chairman will call the precinct conventions to gether and elect a Precinct Committeeman I the latter to meet In their I different Legislative districts next Monday and elect a District Chairman these to meet the following I Wednesday and elect the Chairman and official head of the city and It county committees In this the Fifth district there will be but slight changes in the party organization I which Is the most successful of its I kind in years and its detail workII from the Chairman down to precinct I workers isa veritable rock of 011II braltar and the rank and file oftt Democracy are contented with theIpresent regime In the First wardII our Next Postmaster Dick Schmitt I will succeed George Heller as Chair man while Judge Gocke John JEBarry Robert J Hagan Joseph Overberg Theodore McCrory and John L Gruber will be chosen with out any opposition These District Chairmen will again select Prank McGrath as Chairman of the City and County Committee his ability as an organizer and a harmonizer of all factions making him the logical manII for leader of the Democratic hosts As a tribute to the present successful committee every Democrat should at tend his precinct convention this afternoon and voice his sentiments for the reelection of the above gentlemen New that Percy Haly has finished his volley of press clippings s h1eII of the country papers containing reasons why Beckham should be given the nomination for United States Senator the reaction is begint ning to set in and the servative Democrats are asking would it be wise policy to risk a seat In the United States Senate by choos ing a man who In the last several I years has been responsible for more I quarrels and splits in Democratic I circles than any other ten reasons His forcing of the liquor question I Into Democratic politics his continual I warfare with Henry Watter I son his rupture with the Louisville J Democracy and his last years fight I with Billy Klalr and the Lexington I Democracy have made him very unpopular I and his nomination would again split the party asunder which I end the Louisville Herald and Even t Ing Post have been openly work In for their advice to Democrats to nominate Beckham being good am j sufficient reason why he should be defeatedtt There Is dally talk of other candidates I for Mayor announcing in the Democratic primary but In the t week petitions have been circulated urging Harry Brennan to enter the race and It Is rumored that Scott Newman Laban Phelps and LyneI Herndon are his principal backers The Evening Post Is working halfheartedly only for BInghams entry as Editor Knott is not now such a pronounced BIngham advocate since It Is rumored that W B Haldeman and the Judge have patched up their I former differences ExFire Chief Tyson and exPolice Chief Haager are also supposed to be urging Bingham to make the raceIHarry C Nehan the present Police Court Clerk is the only official announcement in that race thus far while Charley Cronan bears the same distinction In tho Sheriffs race al though friends of Dan Russell say that he is busy dealing in promised deputyshlps with the view of run Ing Sheriff Emler and Joseph Tim mons are now the only entries in the County Assessors race but another is expected to announe this week All of the races are free for all this year and the many who believe that the people are hankering for a chance to vote for them can satisfy their own mind in the primary which glves all an even chancy OYSTER SUPPER The ladles of the Altar Society of St Leos church Highland Park announce an oyster supper and lotto party for Friday January 31 in the- school ball adjojnlng the church Tko oyster supper will be a boun patronizedbylaltep gctend a cordial nvltntfont o the friends pt the pastor Father Fitzgerald to visit them that even dug Fpr tl9 lotto party there will he many unique and handsome awards DIES Age MASS Airs Elizabeth TIerney an agedl member 9fStf Patrleki church ex l lrfl jwWjnly while attending mpsf tiers Sunday mernjnj the wae When Mrs Peter Curran and otiter a 1 r T r KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN seen to fall forward suddenly and parishioners hastened to her side she was dying The Rev Father J P Cronin was summoned and admin istered the last rites of the church A sad featuro of her demise was the JIa 1137 South Sixth street was on his way to visit her at the time He arrived at tho church a few minutes after her body had been removed Her funeral was held Tuesday morn ing INSTALLATION County President ConnellY Installs Officers of His Division County President W J Connelly installed the officers of Division 4 MonY a short address following compli mented the division on the successful campaign they are now conducting for new members seven applications I being received at the meeting as fol lows G F Masterson Joseph T Hanrahan Joseph D Hennessy D J Tierney Paul Schnell George Mas terson and M J OLoughlln In ad dition to the applications E J Brady Edward Byrne Edward Brown Charles McCaffrey and Pat rick Gilmore were elected to mem bership Robert Mitchell one of the orders veteran members spoke and urged hearty support for the Initia tion on February 24 and in the course of his remarks said that In his thirtyfive years membership in UK order he never knew of my t member who had done more toward the upbuilding of the A 0 H than President John Hennessy County Financial Secretary Dan OKeefe wasI present and predicted that this would be a banner year for the order In this district and also invited the members of Division 4 to attend the Installation of Division 2s officers In their now ball on Thursday February 6 John J Score advocated support and encouragement for the degree team and hoped Division 4I would have a record breaking class at Its next months initiatio- nIIRUEDERBUND Men of St Martins Cele brate ThirtyEighth Anniversary With their clergy present the St Martins Church Bruederbund had a happy celebrationLthirtyig- hth anniversary Wednesday night when handsome gold emblems were glen Frank Mueller and Hugo Seld who had been members for- wentyfive years The presentation was made by President Oscar Mater who spoke on the work of this ex cellent society and the relief it af forded young and old members in times of slckrtess and distress In placing the emblems ho hoped the wearers would live to celebrate the golden jubilee of their membership Henry Hell presided and in welcom ing the largo assemblage said the yearly celebration was for the pur pose of bringing the members to gether and creating a friendly and brotherly feeling The programme was interspersed with musical num bers by the Bruederbund choir under the direction of Prof Dentlnger the Concordia quartet and Will Martin Rev Father Bohlsen who delivered the address of the evening was al ways glad to welcome men banded together for the noble purpose that actuated this brotherhood He then dwelt upon the benefits of organiza tion and the great good resulting therefrom pointing to the recent Federation convention as an Illustra lion This brotherhood he said has helped dry many a tear and prevented misery poverty and want thus proving an angel of charity Father Bohlsen urged every man present to become a member thus making themselves better Catholics and citizens Rev Father Frederlch spoke upon federation telling his hearers that when they have some thing good to keep it rolling The editor of tho Kentucky Irish Ameri can was present to congratulate the brotherhood upon its success and the fact that it bad over 5000 with Which to protect its members Oth ers were called upon and spoke while an abundance of refreshments was being served and cigars distributed Before dispersing quite a list of names were presented for member ship FRIENDS INVITED On Tuesday night January 21 Branch 642 Catholic Knights of America will Install Its officers for the year 1913 at St Michaels Hall on Brook street between Market and Jefferson Branch 642 prides Itsel oh having more lady members than any other in Kentucky Officers of the Kentucky State Council will be special guests and all Catholic Knights will be welcome Chairman Henry Schnltzger and a committee will serve a delicatessen feast at the conclusion of the installation that all will appreciate MARRIAGE AT DANVILLE John Brown a well known bust ness man and Miss Nora Listen popular in Catholic society circles both residents df Danville were united in marriage in Sts Peter and Paul church in that city Tuesday morning by the Rev Father Osmund Welsneth O p L Whey left ffint r mediately upoa a honeymoon trap tp Detroit and other points In the North aril East Upon thejr return they will saye apartment at the Hotel dileher a OUR OWN Grnduatetof Catholic High School lies a Blue Ideal of Dignity of Catholic Woman hood Rev Father Garrison Points the TVny Girls Should Pursue WHAT WORLD DEMANDS TODAY Doubly armed writes the Rev Father Gavlgan In the Christian Year Is she who is a graduate of a Catholic high school and a frequent visitor to the confessional Broad minded she may be In many ways but her broadmindedness never countenances any moral laxity She has a high ideal of the dignity of womanhood Her entrance Into the Industrial world is another influence for uplift Temptation may some alternatlvelGiveI up though her salary is needed at home She knows that nothing can com IntegrltyjShej gentlewoman She has acquired selfmastery the first essential inII education What is the education of the majority of the world asks Edmund Burke Reading a parcel of books No Restraint and dis cipline example of virtue and Justice these are what form the education of the world And James Phinney Monroe adds Selfre straint and selfdiscipline are what public education must Instill if it would rightly preface and forestall the work of the greater school the world Without these the furnish- Ing of mere book learning will be like giving dynamite to children and Gatling guns to warthirsty savages The world today demands that education shall be efficient The world stamps efficiency on that education which fits the girl for the needs of everyday life Graceful manners in pouring at an afternoon tea ability to discuss the latest fic tion knowledge of the matinee 2prthesinger who makes love so beautifully but can not get along with that cross woman his wife are not fundamental courses In an efficient education They do not swell the pay envelope of the business woman She has a commodity to sellher labor She may be working for a corporation that may have been so close that when asked by a stranger to tell the time of day he took off five minutes from the cor rect time for his own commission l The corporation is interested in dividends The officers expect Miss Stenographer to be graceful at the typewriting machine to have the ability to take rapid dictation to have knowledge of spelling punctuation and good English and to have enough sympathy to work a half hour overtime occasionally In the rush season Such a young woman Is not the first to bo laid off or let go when depression hovers over business Such a young woman is found in positions of responsibility In every Important city In this land In many many Instances she Is earning a larger salary than her brother The man it must have been a man that started the rumor about woman not being able to keep a secret had not received complete returns from all the buslnesshouses when he framed the slander Many employers prefer a woman employe In positions where patience loyalty and dependableness are required Woman has made good in the business world and she has come to stay As years roll on she will be Joined by an everincreasing multi tude of her efficient sisters whose number will depend in no small measure on the increase of Catholic high schools for girl- sJOLLIFICATION featured Annual Meeting of Central Committee CK of A Notwithstanding the downpour of rain the annual meeting of the Cen tral Committee C K of A drew the largest gathering of the year to Sf Marys Hall let Friday night when State Secretary William T Meehan installed the officers Charles Falk who is now serving his eleventh term as Treasurer presented a report that was received with applause the body having a small reserve despite the heavy ex pense of the past year Secretary Ben Kr ise was instructed to write a letter of condolence to exStato Treasurer Sylyeter Rapier whose wife was run over by a street car and killed A letter was also sent D H Todd of the Southern Railway Company expressing appreciation of his treatment of the Central Com mittee When the officers had been Installed President John Schalda and Vice President Charles Hill pledged their every effort to fincrease the nierabership of the order They ex pressed iM hope that the comsittee would work willia4lyl iMii faithfully arid accomplish much this year Jonn Kinney delegate from Jeffersonville also delivered an excellent address The business over Capt Oscar Maier Invjted all to an adjoining room where John Lepplng had prepared a bountiful delicatessen luncheon and cigars and an hour was spent In Jollification HORRIBLE Mary Boyle OReilly Exposes the New York Canning Camps 00- 0t r Charges That Gliiidrci Toil AU Atipay and I lrlntotho Night 1 Mothers Were Afraid to Leave Babes in the Shacksd P uvtdcd- GOVERNMENTI I INVESTIGATINGi j I j A picture of men women and chil dren the latter only five and six years old working under filthy conditions and living In squalid canning I camps of the New Y rk Fruit and Vegetable Canning Company was presented to the House Rules Com mittee at Washington last Saturday by Mary Doyle OReilly a social InIvestlgatorThey supported a resolution in troduced by Representative Allen of Ohio for an investigation of conditions I In the canning industry throughout the country Frank Gorrel Secretary of the National Canners Association declared that his organization representing from 70 to 75 per cent of the canning out put of the country invited the fullest Investigation of conditions In theII Industry and would lend every as sistance possible to Congress for making the Inquiry thorough The IIadvisementII Miss ORellley and Mr PraeteI from notes made during personal Investigation of the canning camps In New York gavea the committee I detailed descriptions of horrible working conditions filthy housing conditions and tack of sanitary equipment Miss OJReUley was in l1iutu1rerst1 n I mlttee the plight of little children sent Into the camps to earn a few cents a day There are children in the camps four and five years old she said and there are children of ten and eleven There Is no record of child labor and the employers maintain that the children g10 the factories with their parents I know of a camp where three children working to gethor earned fifty cents a day Working In the stripping shed under the New York law Is not con sidered factory labor Women In the camp are paid one cent a pound for stripping peas A strong vigorous woman can strip about fifty or sixty pounds a day A woman is paid 1- a day for husking corn but the work Is very heavy I know of two little Italian girls who are steady workers They are sisters five and six years old In one cannery T visited five Italian boys from fifteen to seven teen years old worked 115 hours in one week They ended the week by working from 7 oclock Saturday morning until 2 oclock Sunday morning nlver leaving the factory One of the boys Tommy Soccoro re fused to go back to the factory Monday morning When his mother called him he waved her away say Ing Im going to cut It out There aint no use there aint no God Did you say he worked 115 hours a week demanded one of the com mltteeWhy yes returned Miss OReilly I know of women who have worked 120 hours a week and girls of sixteen and eighteen years who worked twenty hours a day The factories and shacks occu pied by the workers Miss OReilly said aro overrun with rats bugs flies and overy sort of vermin The mothers often are afraid to leave their children in the shacks while they are at work because of rats The labor in the camps Miss OReilly I Bald was largely recent Immi grants Poles and Italians I Mr Praete presented the report of his investigation of nearly fifty canning camps In New York State Including camps at Webster Lyons Clyde Marion Rome and other towns throughout the fruit and truck garden sections of the State His description of housing and factory conditions of filthy shacks where the workers lived and of conditions of water and sanitation moved Rep resentative Denver of Ohio to ask I yourIselfare the result of my own investigations returned Mr Praete I could not find words to describe the conditions truly Some of the places are so filthy thatt no pig would have been at home there- RELIEVED i SUFFERING During the Put week many citizens have dose much for the TellerI of the local flood sufferers work performed bjr Matt Connelly of ijf 1414 Story avenue WM moat n l- Y1AtthelJ weretirltyifrom j t7lt T FEDERATION Annual Meeting Largely Attended by Representative Cath olie Men Spirited But Friendly Contests Marked Election of Officers President Ganz Submits Tutor lug Review of Years Work WILL NAVE REGULAR INCOME I The annual meeting of the Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies held on Thursday night of last week at the Catholic Womans Club was largely attended by representative Catholic men of the city nearly all bodies that affiliated respondhlgIWhen I Peter S Ganz occupied the chair and all the officers were present Final reports were submitted by the vari ous committees who were then dis charged That of the Executive Com mittee was most satisfactory as it showed excellent business manage ment and foresight The funds have been invested in gold mortgage in terest bearing bonds which will produce an income that it is hoped will meet the expenses of the Federation for the next twelve montha at least Dr Peter S Ganz the President I read a paper reviewing the work of the Federation during the year 1912 In which recognition was given the Fiscal Court Col John H Whallen the press merchants and business men nonCatholics and the public generally for the assistance given in entertaining the great national con vention last summer and the parade that surpassed any ever before seen In the South The people of this city he said were to be thanked for the spirit shown toward their Cath illc fellow citizens and the assistance rendered in maintaining Louisvilles fair reputation Along tho same line com mendatory remarks were made by Magistrate P T Sullivan John Doyle Thomas Dolan Thomas Tarpey and others When the election of officers was a1JI tp gda JhS4tUxtb n as+ h- iWwas in evidence a spinForTnteresT and the contests that followed were eagerly watched but all were friendly For all there were a num ber of candidates but the count of the votes showsd the following to have been electe- dPresidentDr Peter S Ganz Vice PresidentsDavid OConnell W A Link E J Cooney SecretaryThomas iDolan TreasurerJacob Hubbuch Executive CommitteeWilliam M Higgins Robert T Burke V K Rcker J W Klapheke John A Doyle Dr Charles Edelen Miss Fannie Kennedy Mrs J A Miller H A Vonderheide- A number of others are to be I added to the foregoing committee but their selection was deferred until conferences of the delegates of their organizations could be held There was a lively discussion upon the question of tho per capita tax many arguing that for the present the Federation could get along with out it while others believed It would be best to increase the funds in the treasury and thereby be always bet ter prepared to meet any unlooked I for but necessary expenses that may arIse After a number of amend I ments had been offered the whole subject was referred to the new Executive Committee who will give It their careful consideration and report at the February meeti- ngIEINRAISST Priests and Students Fulfill Vow Made Half CenturyAgo Despite the cold weather and the roien roads the 200 students of PreparaItoryearly Monday morning trudged to thee height of Monte Casino one mile away to fulfill a vow made fifty years ago The solemn promise to perform this pilgrimage of thanksgiving each January 13 resulted when the seminary and college were delivered from the smallpox plague For more than half a century each succeeding generation of aspirants to Ithe prlesthqod has made the Journey despite blizzards almost Impassable roads and even floods All during the winter of 1860 the dreaded smallpox raged In the little town of- St Melnrad and finally even Invaded the abbey Tp deaths resulted and the venerated 1Father Isidore then Superior assembled the students and seminarians and all vowed that a solemn mass of thanksgiving would he celebrated each year in a chapel built on Monte Casino Accordingly the young ecclesiastics constructed a wooden chapel in honor of Our Lady iof Monte Casino on the crest of the 11180IIi on building and it was in this quaint edifice that the Very Rev Dr Gregory Bechtbld D DoO S B rector of the seminary celebrated the spi ens 1alrhot thanksgiving Mon day The proc wloa started trom the i seminary at 7 oclock and made Its upthej I cereIs their books TRINITY COUNCIL Liberal Donation to Catholic Church Extension Society tore titan a hundred members were present when Trinity Councils meeting was called to order last Monday evening The Sick Commit tee reported that C J Haffner Dr P N Delus James J Garrlty and A A Grantz were Improving and would soon be able to be out again Several applications were received and only arrangeforPresident of the newlyorganized Social Club reported that the club I had Its first dance on the previous Thursday evening and a large at tendance was present The Japanese garden dance by the Miss Dolly Dollars Club on Wednesday evening was a great success It was very unique and nothing like it had been attempted before by Trinity The principal event of the meeting was the club house annex discussion This was made a special order of business and every member was called upon to express his views on the subject President Ecker ap pointed the following committee to formulate plans and confer with Architect J J Gaffney to determine the cost of the annex J B Kelly J C KIrchdorfer A Q Schneider Clem Schlldt J Robert Muhs Benedict Elder anti J L Cunlffe This committee will report back to the council at an early date Trinity made a donation of 200 to the Catholic Church Extension Society to assist them in building additional chapel cars Trinitys musical club will entertain their friends with a euchre lotto and dance on Wednesday January 29 DIPLOMAS Awarded Eight Members of St Josephs Orphan J Society The annual meeting of St Josephs German Catholic Orphan Society was hold Sunday afternoon Joseph Hub birch the retiring President occupy o1wcelienli decided to authorize the Bard of Directors to make tho necessary ar rangements to accept children under two years in the institution Heretofore only children above that age have been admitted During the year 7000 has been spent for improvements Including a parsonage for the Rev E Bachmann chaplain- of the home according to the report of President Hubbuch Plans aro now being prepared for fireproofing- the whole building by replacing the wooden stairs by iron ones and cementing the walls A new sewer also will bo built Although the expenses were large they were paid for out of the current receipts The society has 1106 members while the newly organized Womens Auxiliary boasts of 1n membership of 444 There are at present 130 children In the Institution Treasurer Henry Ellert reported that after the payment of all the bills there was over 5000 left In the treasury The following new officers who were elected in December were Installed President Joseph Schildt Vice President Ben itoesser Financial Secretary Sebas tian Hubbuch Corresponding Secretary Ben Geher Recording Secretary Dominick Lubbers TreaEurer John H Wilms Diplomas for mem bership extending over a period of twentyfive years were given the following members Joseph Allgeler Joseph Discher Henry Feldhaus Fred Kaelln Frank Allgeler Joseph Lhlhaus George Feldman and L H larprlng MAOKIK SOCIAL CLUB Mackin Council Social Club has perfected every arrangement for Its mammoth euchre and lotto party to- be given at the club house next Thursday night January 23 There will be awards for almost everYbody Including 5 In gold loads of coal boxes of cigars and a great variety of handsome and useful articles Games will be called at 815 oclock and wilt cease about 1030 The Social Club will close its winter season with a dance on the following Thursday January 30 ENJOYED THE SUPPER Rev Father Edmund Kaiser 0 M C pastor of St Peters church Seventeenth and Garland avenue en ertalned the members of the choir trustees of the church and parish collectors at an elegant supper ThUrsday night Over fifty enjoyed the feast which was followed by a number of musical selections and impromptu addresses Father Kaiser has at his church one of the bestI choirs in the city- PAINFUL JH8HAP Will Larkin one of the most popular residents of the southeastern section of the city met with a painful and serious mishap Sunday evening While out for a walk with some neighbor friends he accidentally slipped on the icy pavement sustaining a bad fracture of thelleg at the ankle He was removed to his home on Logan street where he will be confined for the next eight weeXs I EAT- ROSA BREAD UNION rADJC Labels Redeemable at Krbys a and IOc Store SHATTERED Great Break In the Tory Ranks and Factions Become BitterI Home Rule Bill Being Rapidly Pushed to Thirdrr Reading Nationalists Have High Hopes of Carrying Dcrry City Election v LEADERS DESERT BONAR LAW T P OConnor M P cables the press that for several days last week It looked as If the Tory party were a breaking all to pieces Few of them oven entered the House of Commons lefttoone of the Ulster Orangemen who r seated alone and still snorting fire a and flame though with manifest de thelast f ofDonardally longer and more melancholy and he also seldom visited the House of Commons He was allowed torr sit for hours alone without the cheering presence of a single one of his fellow leaders of the Tory party when he did attend In the meantime the grim and 4rmelancholy silence In the House of Commons was in great contrast with the deafening and horrid din of the rival newspapers The Morning Post and Dally Express foamed at the mouth over the proposal to drop food taxes while Lord Northcliffe In the Dally Mall and Times went on his way with his characteristic serenity not replying to the insults but stick ing obstinately to the cry that the food taxes must be dropped Lancashire added to the confusion of the situation by sending a deputa tion to Bonar Law headed by such a powerful leader as Lord Derby and demanding also the dropping of the ood taxes If Lancashire was to be saved from the Liberals and free ttraders It became evident to even thevmost fiery food taxers that tht coultl not go on and that a compromise and truce or open flghllreaBa t d 1J1 Lion regained tivesFOet IJrlror ca eraass tt fa so ws evident that fa spite of the fulminations from Austen Chamberlain and the whole Birmingham school the free fooders formed the overwhelming majority of the party and that they must get some con cessionAll this led up to a compromise which Is deliberately ambiguous al lowing both sections to claim the victory The Immediate prospect is that the truce will be maintained for the next two years for all of the Tories are made desperate by tho prospect of seven years more exclusion from office and the loss of the next and fourth general election in succession If they do not close up their ranks Their one watchword for the moment is to get the Liberals out of office and win the next elec tion The seeds of future disruption remain however for protection IB so discredited by the gigantic boom of English trade and by the three bad general elections that many of the Tories still pray that protection may ultimately be abandoned Bonar Law may at any moment by some other muddle headed announcement once more put tire fat In the fire The liberals and the Irish and home rule have naturally grown stronger and more selfconfident during this Tory disruption and the final stages of the home rule bill are passlg without the smallest trace of Interest and usually In a deserted House of Commons The third read Ing will be passed on Thursday next and probably by at least 100 maJor- Ity a final and crushing proof of the solidarity of the Liberal party and British opinion In favor of the meas ure In the midst of this final crisis comes the momentous byelection in Derry City The whole battle is considerably Influenced by the re sult If the Nationalists win they will hold seventeen to sixteen In the repreesntatlon of Ulster and the wlnnlnir of even this small majority will help obliterate the claim of the Orangemen that they represent an overwhelming majority of the opin ion In Ulster The Nationalists have wisely chosen a Protestant arid a Liberal instead of a Catholic and Nationalist to make their fight and this candidate also Is a large and kindly employer of labor and Is per sonally popular The Orangemen have a small majority on the register but the Nationalists hope to win the seat CONVALESCENT Nicholas Hubbuch who underwent an operation at St Anthonys Hos pltal has boon removed to his home on Richmond avenue where he Is making nice progress toward recov ery It Is now thought ho will soon be able to return to his business duties THE HIGHEST ALTAR The highest altar1 in the world Ila located on the summit of the pent du Geant There mass js celebrated regularly for the little armyot4- lplne guides These faithful iron est simple folk Have erected Uwe a colossal statue of tie Blewed Virgin Mary ur Td er J- T KENTUOKY 1- H AJMERI AN 1 auHTUCKYK j tt- K IRISH flMERIGflN A flivHW to the Social and Moral XdvHceneneit et Irish Americana end Cathellci Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America ftBNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated PublUhen SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLE COPY Enur d utile Loaitvlll Poitottlc a 8 caadCIt lutrI- ddreee all ContnuoKitloni to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Qreei LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JANUARY 18 THEY NEED HELP High water has again visited Louisville and rendered hundreds of poor families homeless The waters In the Ohio river rose to a fortyfoo stage completely inundating the Point and Shlppingport Profltl- a by past experience many of those whose homes were on the river front removed their small effects before their quarters were submerged thus minimizing the loss and damage I Fortunately there has been no severe neverIthelesssuffering For four days policemenI II offiremen and scores busy with wagons and skiffs and did valiant work in helping the unfortunates away from the danger that n threatened them Many of these poor people are In destitute circumstances and are in need of help and there i fore all who can should assist in I relieving the distress that follow- the flood A visit and inspection of the flooded districts should open the j purse strings of the most selfish and i hardhearted j j x Inquiries STRANGE have lETlIODSII i tucky Irish American regarding the I reliability and standing of an Insurance company that has bee soliciting business from the priests throughout Kentucky The same methods were pursued in Missouri and the best answer is given In the following letter written the Fort nightly Review by a priest of the St Louis archdiocese There is an indemnity and accident insurance company in Min neapolis which sends its agents allover I the country producing numer ous testimonials and getting con tracts under the most glowing representations They appeal espe dally to the clergy to whom the make a reduced rate on the plea tha a clergymans name is a splendid advertisement They tell you tha- fi biess pr accident ail yo have to do iarToBfeTrd your claim accompanied by a physicians cfirtifl cate to headquarters and you will1 get your Insurance The rater are so alluring that however sceptic one may be he is induced to take a policy on the strength of the representations made orally and black on white But when the policyholder gets 111 or meets with an accident the promises are not kept Blanks must be filled out the physician is called upon for additional statements and after a considerable Interval the policyholder is notified I that his policy has been cancelled and his premium is returned If the company were honest in Its dealings why does it neglect to have an examination of the applicants health made before issuing a policy as other insurance companies do SULZEK NOT AFRAID 1 Irrespective of party one can not but admire the vigorously independent r manner in which Gov Sulzer I begins his administration TheII dismissal of Gen ORyan from com mand of the State guard by Gov Dix had a suspicious look his reappoint ment by Gov Sulzer proves thatjj gentleman to have a sense of fairness not often met with The frills and poppycock generally attendant upon Gubernatorial inaugurations were cast aside by Mr Sulzer who wente into office without ostentation or vainglorious display Possibly the present administration may not be BO full of social gayety as has been the custom but that fact will not cause any sorrow among the plain people to whom Mr Sulzer has ever been a consistent friend More power to you Governor LIBERTY HELL SILENTlj l The local Socialist organ thet Liberty Bell has not appeared foril the past two weeks and the belief is IfthatIIfI j for aid Twas ever thusthe Socialists who are In favor of giving have oUilng to give while those who are in a position to give wont give I HIDING SO LONGER Robert Blatchford the well known Socialist leader In his recent book God and My Neighbor giTM additional evidence of the fact that Bociallftu today is not trying ar in ih pMtt conceal Its true attitudet toward rtllflom tIn general Stand t Christianity in parttenlar On has page IM wireadr I bay not lone Jan r out of my way to attack religion is because I found religion in my way that I attacked it I oppose the Christian religion because I do not think that the Christian is beneficial to mankin- de j Precinct Committeemen through out the State will be chosen by thi Democrats this afternoon All who can should attend these meetings aml help select good men So well and satisfactorily have those holding the position in Louisville performed then duties that few changes are likely to be made IThe investigation made regarding the Incendiary fire In the Kentucky 1State University has resulted f sensational developments Two men have been indicted for the crime which seems to have resulted from Jealousies engendered over athletics rsUnless Turkey accepts their terms before the end of this week the Balkan kingdoms will reopen hostilities The allies are firm f their demands but up to Thursday there appeared no other solution- i than a continuation of the conflict Hon Swagar Sherley and HonI Ben Johnson have already done great work in tho present Congress uponn Kentucky and should win for them the gratitude of the nation J1ACKIN President Adams Pints His Position Though- Crippled President Frank Adams wielded tote gavel Monday night at the meet hg of Mnckln Council despite the Tact that he could use but one arm beingfwasttine attendance members business was gone through without- t any delays Six members were re visituJJl rqmmItt but orlttnately oRe are In serious condition They are John Buckley Frank G Adams Ed ward Dillon James Schrembs John R Pflanz and Martin Feeney The retiring Executive Committee sub trftttpd Its final report which commended the retiring Financial Secre tary and Treasurer for the excellentt manner in which they performedI their duties and the perfect condition of their books They also submittedI recommendations for the government of the council that met with unan imous approval Though only re porting progress tho committee that has the gymnasium proposition In Charge have been working and have plans well advanced RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Mrs Ellen P Green beloved wife of C M Green 1115 West Oak street took place Wednesday morning from St Will- Iams church Rev Father George Connor officiating at the mass oft requiem Mrs Green was fortyfive years old and her death followed along illness J Funeral services over the remainsI I of John J Kelly who died Sunday I morning at his home 1807 High 1 street were held Wednesday morn Ing at St Patricks church He is survived by his wife who before her marriage was Margaret Kellett and j to whom many friends tender heartfelt I sympathy a Charles A Smith an aged and respected member of the Sacred Heart parish died Sunday night at his home 623 South Twentieth after a ten days illness of pneumonia Besides his wife he leaves several children The funeral took place Tuesday morning Rev Father Patrick Walsh officiating at I it the requiem mass Friends and relatives were grlved when they learned of the death early Monday morning of Mrs iLoiiisa Moellman wife of Bernard Moell man 621 East Broadway Besides her husband Mrs Moellman leaves S sons five daughters a sonin law and two grandchildren The was held Wednesday morn from St Boniface church i The funeral of James ONelllf years of age son of Cor ONeill and brother of the late J ONeill was held Monday morn from the Cathedral Rev Father Rock officiating at the solemn high requiem mass assisted by Fathers Raffo and Donahue For years the deceased was a prominent figure at F I Churchill Downs and Douglas Park J and had a wide circle of friends His health began falling two years ago and his condition steadily grew worse until his death on Saturday The pallbearers were Logan Schwaner John Fontana Lawrence Laffan William Lavell Harry Me Si Devitt and Mf J Brennan CHAPLAIN FOR POLICE Rev Father Edward F Quirk of Josefs church Newark N J tbeen Jappointed the Police Chap b ini of ta city and o 0 1 SOCIETY lI I Miss Beezie Hannan has from a brief visit to New returnedII ICMrsI Peter King of Frankfort has been here for a short visit with rela tives I 51MIT and Mrs John P Hanley who I spent the holidays at Paris arrived home last week Misses Louise and Ann Forst were recent guests of their sister Mrs B M Elliott at Parkview 3Miss Agnes Kelly spent last week Itin Hawesvllle visiting her parents r and Mrs John Kelly J T Sullivan was among the number from this city spending the past week at West Baden Springs Mrs Annie Burke has been spend ing a week at West Point visiting her sister Mrs jr J Lynch eMrs Thomas Curran and Mrs MrslMiss Margaret Dempsey of Baltimore arrived Thursday to be the guest of Miss Katherine M Hines Miss Mary OHern of Oakdale was the weekend guest of Miss Edna Oberhausen In the West End returnednfrom Lebanon Junction where she visited her daughter Mrs P F Stone Mrs Edward E Sweeney and son Joseph pf South Louisville left last week to visit relatives in Indianapolis Miss Edith Malone gave a bridge ofnher guest Miss Margaret Gans of Baltimore Miss Mary McCann 1707 West Broadway has recovered from a illness that confined her to her home for the past two weeks Mrs Charles Schupp South Floyd1 street entertained on Thursday of last week for Misses Margaret and Mary Finegan of Clifton Miss Louise Griffin who was her for several weeks as the guest of her grandmother Mrs Mary Cronan has returned to her home in Frankfort Mrs Harry ODonnell Miss Jane ODonnell and Master Harry ODoni nell and Misses Anna and Lucille Tobin of Frankfort visited here the latter half of last week Mrs William H Osborn 4617 Grand boulevard left Wednesday for Syracuse N Y where she was called on account of the critical Ill ness of her brother Patrick Myron Mrs Walter Glover and Miss Marie Glover left Tuesday for New York Mrs Glover will return in two weeks and Miss Glover will sail for Paris where she will continue her study of music Mrs James Naughton who ha been spending the winter In Lexington returned home this week Her friends will be rejoiced to learn tha eke has been restored to perfect In health John T Maloney and Frank Olem ens who spent the holidays with Mr and Mrs John J Maloney 324 West Breckinrldge street left last Friday for St Marys College where they are students Accompanied by their mother Mrs Elizabeth Cooper Misses Mary and Catherine Cooper returned Sat urday to Nazareth to resume their studies after a three weeks holiday Vacation spent with relatives at Bardstown Lebanon and this city Miss Laura Marie Saffran andi Joseph Blenel were united in mar riage Wednesday morning at St Pauls church a largo number of their friends being present to witness the ceremony Bride and groom i are popular residents of Pleasure f Ridge Miss Helen Gathof of West Broadway who is visiting her cousin in Nashville is being quite extensively entertained On Thursday of last week Miss Nellie Murphy gave party at her home on Thirteenth avenue in honor of the fair Louisville visitor Miss Katherine Grimes daughter of Mrs D J Heffernan who has been ill of tonsilitis at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital for the past two weeks Is now rapidly recovering and Is expected she will be able to ntxttew the Miss Adele Murphy gave a box party at Keiths Saturday afternoon 2 followed by a luncheon at Klein s jHer guests were Mesdames H Van Brown J J Murphy and Misses Margaret Higgins Elvira Randall Georgie Louise Sehon Elizabeth Rudd Mary Wilkinson and Ruth White Miss Ida Mae Sullivan gave a 6ofthe decora QIonswhite The guests Included Misses to r Jessie Kate Claxon Olive Johnson was ilaymle Hoertz Jessie Ballardac acSarahj fr4Bessiejaefling and Florence SullivanhItj rvMiss Rose M Heverin gave a party Friday afternoon at her home 121 East Gray street Those present were Misses Amelia Bennett Margaret Heverin Aline McClair Ruth DonnellY Catherine Thompson Sarah llourigan Edna Highlan the Anna Heverin Catherine Heverln York Ruth N Keller and Rose M leverlB Mr and MrsP L Mallon ente lined at dinner Monday evening In Irish oner of tktir routine MtMri John i Josepb Mullln oft Paul Mina JI- their guests were Messrs and Meg furnishes a reliable account of the dames James Canty P L Mallon struggles ofthe Irish people for Misses Mabel Canty Fannie Canty home rule An Informing and com Sherrill Mallon Mamie Martin and prehenslve Introduction is con nAt the present day when so many plays are being presented which deal with questionable subjects it is i relief to turn to a drama whit breathes purity and good fellowship and leads the way to a brighter view of life and humanity Such a play is The Rosary written by Edwar- e d E Rose expressly for hissers Row land and Clifford and produced bjy them The theme of the play concerns a man and woman happilj married and surrounded with every luxury that money and culture ca secure But the husband is an unbeliever an atheist without faith ot any kind There is a Jarring note in the household harmony a personality at war with the peace and love of its members No one notices this Messrs John Mullin and Joseph Mullin of St Paul Fink Martin Raymond Canty and James MalI- onJUBLLATIOy 1 J V tiOver Recognition Accord ed Irish Priests In All- s Lands Great Jubilation is being expresee Ireland as to the number of Iris priests who have been of recent years selected for Bishoprics all over the world In many instances no doubt their predecessors also were Irishmen particularly In the case of American and Australian seesI Nevertheless some of the new BIsh- ops Archbishop Mannix for in stance have been selected directly tram Ireland and the great mission ary College of AH Hallows seems now at the zenith of Its Illustrious career and usefulness At Liverpool the other day Father P J Dowllng assured an audience that when he was studying the records of the for eign work of the Irish monks ho was simply astounded by the greatness o teat work There was scarcely a known land in Europecertainly no civilized landthat did not owe the beginning of its civilization to the Irish monk Irish priests were In fact born missionaries Recent his torlcal Investigation had proved that had it not been for the zeal and faithful and constant care of the Irish priest In days of old a great many elements of human knowledge would have utterly disappeared LITERARY ENTERTAINMENT At the meeting of the County Board A O H last Friday evening- In Bertrand Hall it was decided to celebrate St Patricks day with repetition of the literary entertainments aII of the last two years which were much enjoyed by many President W J Connelly appointed I I following Committees of Arrangements from the four divisionsII Thomas Keenan Sr vision 1 John J Sullivan Division Hugh Hourigan Division 3 John Barry Division 4 and the committee will make its supplementary report at the meeting next Friday night FATHER OIILE SUFFERS Rev Father Louis C Ohle pastor St Martins church Shelby and who has been seriously 111 for past three weeks Is still confined the parish rectory Father Ohle stricken with a severe attack of I Inflammatory rheumatism which he is making only slow jj- toward recovery During Illness Father Schmidt of St lonlface Convent Is assisting at St Martins a HISTORY OF CENTURY A Hundred Years of Irish History by Barry OBrien Just from press of P J Kenedy S Sons City Is an Interest Jng and timely book covering the period be tweep 1800 and 1900 revised and Igtnallylrldel1vered Literary Society of Dublin The nfetkor has added an appendix which luppliee the hiatorieM evidence andJrr- r1 r i until a friend of the husband comes Father Kelly a priest of the modern- a world with a deep Insight into hu man nature and a divine love for his fellow men And when stress and trouble come when the home is wrecked and husband and wife are brought down to the depths of suf ferlng agony it is the priests calmII courage and faith that saves them drives away the clouds of suspicion doubt mistrust and brings them i both into the sunlight of hope and clove Tho play will be seen at then Walnutstreet Theater all next week starting with Sunday matinee with H G Keenan In the role of Father Brian Kelly the priest The usual twentyfive cent matinees will be given Tuesday Thursday and Satur day u tributed by John E Redmond M P whose efforts for home rule have been his life work To the busy man who desires a brief but satisfactory account of the struggles of the Irish people for selfgovernment during the past century we know of no bet ter book It can be obtained from the publishers or the Rogers Book Company by mail for sixtysix cents HNIfflTSI OP COLDMBUSC 1 dVIll Interest Members Here and Else where A council was Instituted last Sun day at Kentland Ind Fortytwo candidates received the three degrees at the Denver initia tionQuite a number were received Into i the order last Sunday at Percy IowaFebruary 2 forty candidates will i be received Into the order at Bates vllle Ind Only 50000 now remains to bet paid In for the Catholic University endowment fund Right Rev Bishop Schrembs wasc present at their meeting last week and addressed the Knights of Toledo OhioKnights of Lancaster Ohio have purchased for St Marys church there a 6600 pipe organ one of the best in the State The Knights of Milwaukee will have a benefit performance on Janu ary 20 when Flsko OHara will ap pear InHA Rose of Kildare The winter series of entertain t ments given by the Knights of Frankfort have not been surpassed CapitalICity council at Valley Falls R I of IThe ofto increase its member shIp every month FiveII candidates s ter received the first degree Tuesday night Moyne Council of Syracuse has ILe 250 to the St Vincent de Paul Society permanent fund and will give a minstrel show to further ItsaidThe banquet for the recent big in itiation at Logansport Ind was served by the Hibernian Ladies Auxiliary Fortyone candidates re ceived the degreesofAdmiral Council will not grhangemany other prominent Americans has repudiated the Guardians of Liberty and their bigotry In Milwaukee it is suggested that the Fourth Degree Assembly being SOc devoted to patriotic purposes should = Join In the local civic celebration of the Lake Erie naval victory of 1813 J J McClure business manager azJFathervisitor at the local club house this and week Tho Rosary beginsa weeks fiveengagement at the Walnut Theater flue tomorrowrj giRTEYVILLE MlsS Annie Mary Head and knownIresideNts InIt j Abtll The bride Isi a daughter visors n III To the Democrats of Jefferson County After mature consideration I announce my candidacy for the Democratic nomination for the office of Judge of the Jeffer Eon County Court In making this announcement I fully appreciate the impor tance of this office with its fourfold responsibilities in the County Quarterly Fiscal and Juvenile Courts 3Iy observations and rather close study of the various functions andduties pertaining to the office have led me to the definite conclusions FIRST That the fiscal affairs of Jefferson County should be administered by a commission of three elected from the county at large who together with the County Judge would constitute the Fiscal Court SECONDThat there should be a nine economical and effective system for the expenditure of the nearly one million dollars of the county taxes now collected each year and espe cially should the large sums spent annually upon our county roads outside of the city secure better and more permanent resultsTJIIRDThat more ipublicity should be given to the receipts and expenditures of the county FOURTH That the Juvenile Court law should be amended in such way as to secure the right of appeal in most instances and to provide for a commissioner selected because of his fit ness and adaptitude for his work who shall have entire charge of this highly important work for the future betterment of our citizenship and who shall give his entire time and attention theretoDuring the coming months I shall endeavor to discuss these throughtheThe judicial and administrative duties of the office of County Judge are very attractive to me For many years before and since entering upon the practice of law I have had a great deal of experience in teaching training and working with governmentisextendedinvestigationconvinced vjwtu that the County Commission is the most available chicle for governmentIf the Democratic voters of the city and county conclude to endorse my candidacy at the primary election next August and if I am elected County Judge I shall go into office freo from the dictates of any person or persons and not bound by promises of patronage or favor RespectfullyHUGH saeoneeeedHeesosesetl ee eseeeee eseeaa+so I JANUARYI WUITf 1 SALfff The sale every Hotel Restaurant and Housekeeper in the Falls Cities has waited for STARTS MONDAY- JANUARY 20 HERMAN STRAUS tj SONSFOURTH AVENUE avCOaPDggtCO MARKET STREET t+ MSHea NttNN NNeNN4eHa fa0N 0aaCi eafaeae Southern Star Block Coal 42 p IL01TYoull be more than satisfied with this or any other grade we handle Phone your order Home 510 Cumb S 1058Y YardsFirst and A Pope and Payne Fifteenth and Magnolia SOUTHERN COAL AND COKE CO INCORPORATED James Head and is a young lady most pleasing manner and charac WALNUT ST THEATER Starting Sunday Matinee Jan 19 Seascns Best Offering THE ROSARY Approved Wherever Presented Thisflay li a wonderful preachment s mighty power of the saving of the good that lies all about us with the higher threads of sane humor Tuesday Thursday Saturday Mat nees 25c- Nlgbts and Sunday Matinee 25c 35c Catholic Childrens Magazine The Child Apostle Is a little magI1 I published monthly for Catholic ildren It Is filled with stories I pictures It costs only twenty I cents a year Send us twenty 1I cents In coin or stamps for t enblecrlptioa for your boy aII rl Address Tfacf Child Apostle McCormick building Chicago mIJNotice to Taxpayers I The County Board of Tax Saper P fer Jefferson county Km 1 L FUR CAPS IV 71VRE7 220 W MARKET STREET 434 W MARKET STREET tucky will meet dally IB the office of the County Assessor between the hours of 10 a m and 13 oclock am for the purpose of equalizing the assewBieat of property as made by 1013ITheSO days and will adjourn Saturday February 8 1013 Daring the ab of the board complaints may e tiled with tho Secretary of the board In the County Assessors office between the hours of 8 oclock a m and 6 oclock p ni- WALTER S MILLER J WELSH Chairman Secretary t i 1- uIif 7 i ij r KENTUOKY ii ix AMERIOP BE SURE TO CALL FOR I McRENNAWHISKY i IT IS ALWAYS PUREtt HI McKenna Distiller Fairfield iiv Iaul Gfliwr irc Dl DOUGHERTY SI McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLJOTT9 Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answirid Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET1 H t H r + Gran W Smiths Son4 AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer ICarriages Furnished tor All Occasions on Short Notice J 809 W JEFFERSON STREET Jii 4 TELEPHONE 810tf c t f t t of HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J0 BAIRETTSSONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S8S mast C ain Street QOXtXfyg y THOMAS KEENANFu- neral Director and Embalmer 1 TELEPHONE CITY 365 1- ll Allcalls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions js 1225 WEST MARKET STREET I SC9C833C8C8I9CKSCKK8CK8C8COI83 IT DOESNT PAYTo argue against QUALITY Get the BEST in the start and be satisfied in the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER MANUFACTURED BY KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER CO-x Incorporated Irt and River Both Phones 2387 Also operating Hoosier Will Plaster Plant Loulivllle Ky JeffersonrlUe Ind Phone SW HBOSSESON Funeral Directors and Embalmers S1O FFIi1Z AVBNU Telephone 10- 22BEDD1NO PLANTS Geraniums Roses lieleotroAafEtc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONAILEP- RICESJACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 HENRY MOLD DBAXBR IN Staple and Fancy Grocirds A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty lisle ta 4831 524 W WALNUT HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers aad Wholesale Dtal era in Finest Brands of Ken tacky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson MOTTLED IN BOND- Tr1erh11113 214 SIXTH STET o u FIRST CLASS COALBuy Large Clean Coal Preih Prom The VOatn Dally TKADEWATEK LUMP 353 3335TKADEWATEBSXiAOXQ235PXTZSBUBQH JEZiUCO ZiUMF 8415- BTBAIOHT CREEK LUMP 435- STBAIOKT I OBEEE NUT AND BLACK i 1 6300AU3000 Pounds- BEMEMBEB iraOXVB YOU THE GREEN TBADHJQ STAMPS FRANKEL COAL CO l1 EIGHTH AND ZANE Hose Phone City MIDIOumberland Phon South lOUYI eiv your boys ea education that will prepare them for We ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 113 W Broadway lionlaTlllo Xy Conducted by the Xaverian Brothers Classical Scientific and Business LargeSwimmingslum Terms Moderate Bro James Dlr CB THOMPSON FLORISTiWONIy ONE STORE SpecialtyFloral 532 FOURTH AVENUE Beth Tetephotna 1050 All orders receive prompt attenttes lad satisfaction parAllteedJJ n INSTALLED Catholic Knights Honored by Presence of Su preme Delegate Monday night Branch 25 Catholic Knights of America held one of Us oldtime meetings in St Johns Hall Clay and Walnut When the routine business had been completed Su preme Delegate Joseph P McGinn who was a welcome visitor was called upon to install the officers for the year 1913 Upon taking j charge Delegate McGinn proceeded jI with the duties in a dignified man nor giving to each officer an im pressive admonition and urging them to assist tho officers in bringing Branch 25 up to tho numerical strength It deserves Chairman Brownfield distributed the smokes and invited all to be present at the next meeting when they would be given another treat This affair was unusually well attended and thor oughly enjoyed President Meehan says the meeting to be held next Monday night will be of Interest and benefit to the members and he therefore hopes the hall will again be filled CLONMEL Prlslon Is Now Practically- a Memory of Former Days Clonmel prison Is now practically a memory Two years ago Tip perarys Tombs of patriotism was converted into a Borstal Institution a place of detention for Juvenile of fenders from all parts of Ireland but the recent retirement of Peter Whelan for nearly thirty years warder of Clonmel prison inevitably recalls some of the stirring scenes the old prison witnessed In the most stormy days of the land of agitation and bids one remember at what a heavy price progress In Ireland has been purchased Among those who passed before Warder Whelan and through the portals of tho county gaol of Tlpperary were most of the well known Irish members of Par liament including John Dillon William OBrien the lato Dr Tan ner David Sheehy Pat OBrien John OConnor John Cullnan and Thomas J Condon as well as many famous Irish Journalists who never hesitated about paying the price of their cherished freedom of speech They were an exceedingly agreeable body of gentlemen to deal with de clared Warder Whelan and they gave no trouble whatever I was on the very best terms with all of them RECEPTION TOMORROW The officers and members of the Catholic Womans Club invite all their friends and patrons both ladles and gentlemen to be present- at their reception tomorrow after noon from 3 to G oclock as they especially went to show the progress made in the past year and their prospects for the future Those who assisted them in the recent Herald contest when they won the distinc tion of being the most popular and worthy organization In Louisville are specially Invited to come and par take of their hospitality ST AXTHOXYS The Seven Last Words a mag nificent oratorio by Dubols will be gIven during Lent at St Anthonys church Twentythird and Market streets A portion of the oratorio will be sung on each Sunday night during Lent and on Palm Sunday the whole composition will be sung St Anthonys choir of thirty voices to training for the great composition under the direction of Leo Kollros Arthur C Becker will preside rt the organ GONE TO REST Sister Mary Demetrla twenty three years of age a sister at the Ursuline Convent at Shelby and Chestnut streets died Wednesday at the convent after a lingering 111 ness Before taking her vows about three years ago the young nun was Mss Anna May Coleman of this city The funeral was held Friday i morning from the Ursullne chapel and the burial was in St Michaels I cemetery SEWING SOCIETY TO ENTERTAIN The Sewing Society of Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital will entertaln next Tuesday and Wednesday atterjj noon and night at the hospital with a euchre and lotto party and luncheon for these who desire This society has been doing much char Itable work and they therefore look for a large gathering of their friends on both days SUCCESSFUL OPERATION George Holland Superintendent of St Louis cemetery who has been ill for somo weeks past submitted to a successful operation on Monday St Josephs Infirmary His litII friends throughout the city will olce to learn that his recovery and I restoration to perfect health Is now assured It Is thought he will be able to be removed to his home with- In the next fow days- SPECIAL SERMONS During the Forty Hours devotlqns which open tomorrow at St Peters church there will be a special series or evening sermons They will be preached by the Rev Michael Murphy O M 01 of St Anthonys the Rev Ignatius Wilkens 0 F M ot St Boniface and Father Louis 0 M C of Jeffersonvllle In the order named DESTINED TO BE EMPEROR Stonyhurst College and Seminary Englands great institution I lsalfI its most distinguished i Francis Charles Archduke studentII tria and destined to be the future Emperor of Austria He Is eighteen yean old FI SemiAnnualCutPrice l r Sale o- fDUTCHESSI II TROUSERSand scale of CutPriceson I tIOther Makes I Goods 150 100 50Goods1 00Goods 50Goods 00Goods 50Goods 00Go L EVYS THIRD AND MARKET Biggest thing ever pulled off In Louisville All the late and new Styles and Shape can be found here at reasonable prices Call and see u- sMONUMENTS Having purchased the entire 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 atvery low prices Give us a call at our ware rooms 318320 West Green St New Muldoon Monument Co ST VINCENT DE PAULS On Sunday January 26 the Forty Hours prayer will open in St Vin cent de Pauls church Shelby and Oak streets On Sunday Monday and Tuesday evenings during the devo parishesInsermons HINTS ON STYLE For tailor mades the rough woolen weaves are most worn Simplicity will be the keynote of the early spring styles The latest forecast Indicates that spring modes will be similar to those of winter Brassieres with adjustable shoul der straps for wear with evening gowns are the latest thing The taffeta hat never runs over into spring for it is only a makeshift from one season to the next There is a notable revival of small muffs worn by women whQ have the stylesI in lot A new washable shirt waist is made up on the lines of a mans shirt with pleated bosom front dickey collar and black cravat A British Journal which deals with the dress question laments what it calls the tendency to go un clothed on the part ot women- LM1WUAGES There are now 61100 known lan guages and dialects but many are very little spoken FOR CRACKED EGGI Add a teaspoonful of salt to the water in which It Is boiled and It will cook without oozing from the crack in the shellAPPLE PARING iAPPL1IBoiling water poured ever apples will laoeea their skins and sake paring an easy matter I GOOD TIME lFor Members When Catholic Knights nstall Officers I ICatholic Knights of the city had iu Jolly good time when Branch 6 Installed its officers for this year St Martins Hall being crowded Timely I talks were made by John J Score representingtheCharles Hill of tho Central Com mlttee and members of the branch There was a general regret over the absence of Major Gen Michael Reichert who was detained at his home because of the Illness of his wife The officers Installed were President J J Soeder Vice Press GeorgSehlaugMueller Financial Secretary Oscar Maler Treasurer Peter Hoffman Trustees Charles Falk Lawrence HerpWhenwere concluded all were treated to a luncheon and refreshments over which Capt Oscar Maier presided as toastmaster After the cigars had been passed old and new members were called upon and pledged them selves to work earnestly for the advancement of Big Si- xFOSSILIZED Thats What Young Davit Says of University Governors Tho militant spirit of agitating that inspired the late Michael Dr in his historic Irish land campaign appears to have descended to his son in another sphere of human activity Young Davitt who is a science graduate of Dublin Uni versity thinks the governing body of that seat of learning has become fossilized and that a little new life should be infused into its working arrangements He advances the view that a drastic change is neces sary in the interests of Irish educa tion and insists that tho present governing body is animated by a spirit of intolerance toward young men of progressive and advanced views Supported by a few of his friends he claims the right of better representation by the introduction of more graduates of the university on the governing bodya claim that will be strongly resisted by the men who have had the management for several years His fathers political views which they fear young Davitt inherits do not inspire the present governors with any great confidence In his discretionary powers so that there sire all the elements of a pro tracted conflict in the new situation FORTY HOURS Tomorrow morning the Forty Hours devotion will open with a ilph mass and procession at St Peters church Seventeenth and Garland avenue They will close Fuesday evening with solemn vespers and benediction A special musical programme will be rendered tomor row by the excellept choir under the direction of Miss Perry NEW ALBANY The Catholic Knights of America of New Albany are making extensive arrangements for a euchre that will be given at St Josephs Hall Tuesday night January 28 Numerous prizes will be awarded to successful play ers and a large attendance Is antici patedSt Edwards Commandery Knights of St John installed its newlyelected officers at a meeting at St Josephs Hall Thursday night Visitors were present from Louisville and Jeffersonvllle and good speak ers were heard Refreshments were served after the exercises and the meeting closed with a smoker PRINCESS GIVES CHALICE Miss Mary Kennedy Boone who recently arrived in Baltimore from Munich Bavaria brought with her an exquisite chalice of gold studded with precious stones the gift of Princess Louise Ferdinand of Bavaria to Cardinal Farley for the new Spanish church in New York The chalice Is ornamented with the coat of arms of the Princess set in diamonds and the whole is in a black leather case lined with satin and bearing the royal arms The Princess was a Spanish Infanta PRAY FOR RAIN Right Rev Bishop Conaty of Loc Angeles last week appealed to the clergy and people of the diocese to unite In asking God to bless the land with seasonable and abundant rain From all sides in Southern California there is expression of the need of rain not only for the land and the crops but also for the health of the people The dry season with Its wind and dust has affected the health of a large number of the people APPOINTED PROVINCIAL The Very Rev Alexander J Bur rowes S J President ot St Louis i University has been appointed Pro vincial of the Missouri province which Includes six universities and several colleges and other Jesuit institutions The appointment was made by the Very Rev F W Wernz of Rome General of the Jesuit order Father Burrowes will have Jurisdic tion over the territory north of Tennessee from the Allegheples to the Rocky Mountains FATHER A JUDGE Sister Mary Hlldegarde who took her final vows at the Ursullne Con vent at Galveston Texas is a daugh ter of Judge Goff of New York EUCHRE PARTY The ladies of St Peters congregation will give a euchre rtyol1 January 23 at St Peters school hall Eighteenth and Southgate stmt i Il FRANK FEHR BREWING CaI- N f oanaATCn Brewers and Bottlers ILOUISVILLE KY our SPECIAL BREWI- s everyone SENNACKERMANeyBREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED 71 LOUISVILLE ET JOHN B FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Ordef a Case for Your Home I TELEPHONES Nom 76717672 Cumb West 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Li- ghtJOHNFOERTELCOINCORPQR- ATSDBUTCHERTOW BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEEFt1400 to 1408 StoryxAvenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISYJ IIi v7 Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 191 d THE WIEDEMANNl LORPO- RATLDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent flam e ORUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky OL- DFORTUNA BOURBON THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO INCORFORATXD DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS FOR- t Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST I ceeKpa xgsxgggx 3 tK THE2 FAVORITES of LealiYlllei Partlcolir Smokers TARPY SPECIAL lOc Cig- arLITTLE A J 5c Cigar The cigars without an equal in quality and flavor Homemade Unionmade and the best made for the mosey For sale at all dispensers of smokers T W TARPY CO MAHXR8 SEVENTH ST NEAR BARRET JOHN Be STRUBEL JEWELER Watches Diamonds 346 E Market Stt HOME PHONE 4066 y REPAIRING A SPECIALTY- ALL WORK GUARANTEED Gtias fl Rogers e BOOR GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us A call and Inspect our line of goods They are the finest of thii kind in the city Bees yagazlics uf wel Mils AffisIK or yJUlr DOJIJPnOX 434 West Jefferson Street CE AALFVANlTUHEOOIIncorporated N W Cot Third aid Ones See We famish the home own plete os easy payaeats WM CALLUHAN Mgr Sues B fl TI L ITptrTTrTr 1 h- lcENTUCgy rr IRiSL ldERIOA C f I THE BIG STORE BIG CLEARANCE SALE Is On and Creating the Wildest Enthusiasm People are coming by the thousands We are cutting prices right and left Come and get your share I THE BIG STOREMIL- TON M MARBLESTONE CO 424 West MarktSf- Betweei 1Fourth and HNi 1 For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENE 1 425 427 and 429 East Market Street J WEDDING GIFTS FO- RJANUARY BRIDE5 We have a large and comprehensive assortment of beautiful pieces in Solid Silver and Sheffield Plate embracing Tableware of many designs Candelabra Silver Service etc K of C Emblemsi- n plus charms buttons Gold and silver novelties dia monds and other precious stones in beautiful settings Select Nw S E LEDMAN 6c SON 410 West Market St You Can Rely on Le man momr 01 OINt M00 N I THERE IS A REASON FOR IT i MJIANNOH Pres Mgt Filth The great popularity and demand for the celebrated QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE due entirely to its great efficiency durability and great saving quality Sold on easy payments and connected fre- eGEHER SON 215 Market St near Second YYYYTTYTYTTYYYTTYVTTYTYYYVTTYTVYYYYYY YYY This Damp Cool Weather the Beginning of Winter BRINGS ON RHEUMATISM BUT A FEW DOSES OF Kampfmdlers RHEUMflTIG Remedy Quickly Relieves It Sold by All Druggists b Made by the AMPlrMUELLER MFG COLouisville Ky Incorporated I E 4k is P BANNOH JR VloePrej and Treas L J 11Secretry I 11 Kentucky Vitrified Brick CoI I INCORPORATED MANUFACTURERS OF VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK For Streets and Roadways I Office 528 West Jefferson Street Works Magwlla AM let 9th aoJ rthIIII TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE 1252 II REMEMBER USWhen You Want To Talk LONG DISTANCE THE HOME TELEPHONE Offers the Best Service at the Lowest Rates Je aU Important cities and towns ia INDIANA AND KENTUCKY and other polats Call Long Distance Operator for information concerning rates LARGEST LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS c c z a a A aLA Ri Tto CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary 713715 SOUTH SEvm TH STREET riihwethat s2 Ir a tfiN 2391- F Z Time Extended Until Saturday January 25 In Which to Join th- eChristmas Savings Club So great was the rush during the last few days that we feel that many more would like to come in and so have decided to extend the time ten days until Saturday January 25 inclusive Over 11000 already in Make hay while the sun shines Make small weekly deposit for 50 weeksI 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 the first weeks payment and become a member Bankopen for this business until 5- Pm daily and until 7 p m Saturday Kentucky Title Savings Bank and Trust Co Fifthand Court Place L HIBERNIANSI I What They Have Been Doiiv the Past Neekgeneral- News Notes Division 1 meets Tuesday night when work for the next few month will be outlined Our endowment fund for the Catholic Church Extension Society now amounts to 38000 Many divisions and auxiliaries IIn the Eastern cities are holding join installations They have been mos I beneficialDivision 3 meets next Monday night and as the business will Ue ol interest to every member it is hoped their will be a full attendance The division and auxiliary at Clinton N Y presented the new St Marys church one of its most beautiful stained glass windows The time has arrived when a canvass should be made for candidates With a united effort the membership in Louisville could easily be doubled The hall was crowded to the doors to hear the forcible address of Na tional President Regan at the joint Installation of the divisions In Min neapolisThe Ladles Auxiliary of South Omaha will be entertained Monday night in St Marys Hall three prom- Inent women of the city being the hostessesThe Ladles Auxiliary of New Orleans Installed Its officers last week In McMahon Hall for which a- very interesting programme had been arranged President Tom Tarpey will an nounce the standing committees for Division 1 at the meeting Tuesday I night He requests that all members try to be present The Hibernian Knights of New I York City under comamnd of Capt James McGuIre promise to become one of the leading military organiza tions of the metropolis The Ladles Auxiliary at St Cloud I Minn presented Miss Anna Kennedy who had been President elevenI I years a beautiful mirror In remem brance of her splendid work The divisions and auxiliaries of Columbus Ohio will publicly install their officers County President Dunigan has arranged for the great est turnout yet made there Division 2 will have a gala night February C Following the installation of officers there will be a spread and social session in honor of the county officers and visitors that all will enjoy rhe year 1913 promises to be a banner one for the Ancient Order In Portland Ore The divisions there have acquired a well located lot on which they will erect a building that will accommodate their future growth 1 AFTER FORTYSEVEN YEARS After a service of fortyseven years as a faithful and beloved teacher In the Louisville public schools twenty years of which she was Principal of the Smyser avenue now the Benjamin Franklin school Miss Margaret Sweeney has resigned her position and will go to Cali fornia to spend the remainder of the winter During her career as a teacher in the Louisville schools Miss Sweeney taught many of our most prominent business men Prof K O Holland Superintendent of Schools said that her withdrawal rope the teaching force was regretted by himself and the Board of Education EUCHRE AND LOTTO The ladles of the Holy Name con gregation In South Louisville announce another of their alvaya enjoyable euchre and lotto parties to be held In the school hall Fourth I and 0 on Tuesday January 21 lames will be played both afternoon and night and many handsome and valuable awards will be made The pro eeda will go to the fund for the MBlfitof tko beautiful Holy Name kurck weat d by th Zev Father oleo OOonn r the Interior deora tIkm of VhlcW will ice most artistic i t j 1 I 1913 November Election 1913 HARRY C NEHAN CANDIDATE FOR Clerk o r elCouJ1 f Subjoct to Action of Democratic Primary Auft 2 1913 SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Palls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays PresidentThomas W Tarpy Vice PresidentDaniel McCarthy Recording SecretaryWalter Cu sickFinancial SecretaryJoseph Far tellTreasurerThomaa Keenan SergeantatArns Henry McDer muttSentinelJohn Keane DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St WI11 lams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresidentC J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary Daniel OKeefeFinancial Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentHugh Hourigan Vice President John M Maloney Recording SecretaryJohn P PriceFinancial Secretary John J Hes sign Jr- TreasurerDan J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJohn J East Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial SecretaryThomas J LanganRecording Secretary John J BarryTreasurerPatrick Conloy SergeantatArms Thomas Far rellSentinelH J McDermott Y M Z MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrank G Adams First Vice President Geo Thorn tonSecond Vice President John J Lynn Financial Secretary A 0 Link Recording Secretary John R Barry Corresponding Secretary Harry T Kibbey Treasure Jebtlaa nub1Juch MarshalFred ScKuler Inside Stoatlnal Lawrence Rapp Out Ide twtfrti Frank B Grater l J Class XA I Total Payments You pay 50c the first week 49c the second week and so on At the end of 50 weeks you get back 1275 with interest added Class 2A Total Payments 127511111i1 2550 IIIIII You pay the first week 98c the second week and so on the end of 50 weeks you get back 2550 with Interest added IIClasses 5 and 5A I I 1 At Paymentsii You pay 5c the first week lOc i the second week and so on or 250 the first week 245 the second week and so on At the end of 50 weeks you get back 6375 with interest added i I Class Bii You pay 1 a week for 50 weeks and get back 50 with interest added i i i IIRELAND TRecord of the Most Important of the Recent Events CulledI From Exchanges The Cushenstown national schoolI near Xew Ross was recently burned downAn old lady named Ellen Gorman of Kilkenny died suddenly on theI street outside the door of her rcsI idenceA of eight acres and a small house at OBriens Bridge County Tipperary have been sold at auction for 4100 and fees At Dundalk Petty Sessions Dr J V OHagan of Dundalk and T M Moore of Prospect were sworn in as Justices of the County Louth P D OMalley has resigned his position as Assistant County Sur veyor of Killala and Belmullet Unions on the grounds of ill health The death is announced of Dr A B Ryan at Silvermines who retired only about a month ago from the position of Medical Officer of the districtRev P J OGrady of Keash has commenced the building of a new hall in the parish and the movement is taken up with great enthusiasm by tho people The County Ware Asylum Commit tee appointed Rev James Monahan of Ballymacally to fill the vacancy created by the death of Rev John Garry of Ruan The death of Morton McLoughlin Chairman Claremorrls Board of Guardians has created feelings of intense regret throughout the Union where he was very popular Nearly 18000 turkeys were pur chased in New Ross during the Christmas holidays being brought In from districts in tho Counties Wex ford Carlow and Kilkenny Mary OBrien who was probably the oldest inhabitant of Dublin has just passed away at the great age of 109 years Her mind and memory were clear almost to tho last The death took place at an advanced age of Miss Anastasia Hall of CarrickonSulr a sister of the late Very Rev Walter Hall who was far many years Catholic rector of St Patricks Wolverhampton There are now over 150 men en gaged In the Beauparc copper mines In Meath The shaft has reached a depth of 250 feet and off it are five galleries at various distances from the surface The lode is stated to be richer further down Patrick Arklns pleaded not guilty at the Munstor Assizes to an Indictment charging him with assembling with another person unknown at Toormore County Clare for the purpose of compelling Rachel Fitz patrick to give up her farm He was round guilty and sentenced to seven years penal servitude Very Rev William Meagher of Tallow unveiled a magnificent Cal vary group presented to the parish church by Roy M J White of Newark N J In doing so he spoke of the great kindness of Father White in his remembrance of his native town and congratulated Mrs White the good priests aged mother on the piety and generous zeal of her son The freehold ground rents of the town of Kllmacthomas County Waterford were sold by directions of the trustee of the estate of the Marquis of Waterford The rents amounted to over 1000 per annum add the sale was held with a view to giving the existing tenants an op portunity of purchasing their hold lings The lots numbering thlrty three In all were purchased by the present occupiers YOUNG LADIES SOCIETY The Young Ladles Society of St larys church Eighth and Grayson Invites friends and the public to a rand euchre and lotto party to be given In the school hall next Wednesday afternoon and night They Assure allan enjoyable tiny anll will aitfrlbuUI many han lsopl8 warda Games will bec 11edt i80 and 8 oclock n Y f WALNUT A PLAY OF- HUMAN INTEREST IDestj I I 1EDTHE JAnI i S ROSARYLike the Poem and the Song It Will Live Forever NEXT WEEKTHE THIEF rI fatH- I I 1 OU- RJANUARY I i I 1 I 1i I CLEARANCE j i NOW GOING ON As usual it is being conducted in the characteristic Bacon way meaning that it is a strictly bona fide clearance in which every department is fully I represented COMEWILL BE MIGHTY IIMONEY and winter wearing apparel for children sold at men women being generously I reduced prices j I I DONT FAIL TO COME II I I I J IAC ON5 I INCORPORATED fitN = oor i s sAi tNlNtNtNMatN rI i i i i MOTHERS BREADi Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South i faMO s4 BN aMt fr is INNaOtf r 1J If You Are Not a Booster For MULLOYS COFFEEI- tsbecause you have never enjoyed its delicious flavor and freshness lMULJOYS SPEOIAL1 Found for30o2 Pounds for 550 3 Pounds for SOc JOHN M MULLOY9 aam1 m The Last Dollar 1m 1m aIJIJ That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started m SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear interest COMPOUNDED n fm twice a year There MAY COME a time when your LAST DOLLAR fl must be spent for something you DO NEED The SAVING now of the j dollars you are wasting might keep that bard time from ever coming j i Ky Title Savings Bank and Trust Co j Fifth and Court Place i Open Daily Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p m IIJASJ NAUGHTON JOS N HIGGINS CHAS E NAUGHTON I I Naughtons Pharmacy Prescriptions Filled By Registered Pharmacists Only Telephone Us and We Send For Them time Pfcoae S97 TENTH AND JEFFERSON STS I RAGTIME IPLAYINGII Posltivel Tasght to Tea to Twenty lessORS Write Fot Booklet I J FonREST THOMPSON 2822 W Madison St SlIawee 2174 I I I II I t t I t Ixz WIx14 OIIAYN- IIGIp1KOLJB AL845 West Gratin Street UQ1fCDIL TtoLta0 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