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PATRONIZE CREAGERS BUSINESS r SCHOOL Second aaA Brecklarldge VOLUME XXXNO 4 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JANUARY 25 1913 PRICE FIVE CENTS ILAUDABLE s Monastery Where Negros Will BeCared For to Be Erected Good Sisters Have Worked For Seventy Years in Louisville Here Infants Will Be Taken In as Well as the Grown Ups t PRESENT QUARTERS CRAMPED The Sisters of the Good Shepherd who have been performing a great work of charity In Louisville during the past seventy years are now about to begin a new undertaking which should appeal to every charitable person in Kentucky black and white Catholic and Protestant Volun tarily the Sisters have placed this new burden upon themselves They have confidence In Divine Providence and feel assured that their new un dertakingthat of building a mon astery and industrial home espe cially for the care of colored Infants and colored girlswill be success fully carried out though It will take years of toll and much anxiety to fully carry it forward The Sisters some time ago pur chased fifteen acres of land on the Newburg road not far from the Passion 1st Monastery and there ground will be broken next week forth new monastery to replace the ptqrieer convent of the order now locatedt at Eighth and Madisont streets This latter has become too cramped to hold all of the inmates offered and a new building and grounds had become a necessity even had not the good Sisters about a year ago placed an additional burden upon themselves by proposing to take care of children of the age of three years and upward There are quite a number of infants now in the Eighthstreet monastery which has a total of 160 persons including the infants There Is no Institution in Louisville to take care of infant negro children who have no homes and without any solicitation upon the part of the public the Good Shepherd Sisters undertook the work and now j proposetocary Ioutupon a large scalea The fart unit the Sisters are to give especial attention to the negroes Infants as well as grown ups must not be taken as an indica tion that the whites are to be neglected On the contrary they will be looked after with more care than ever in fact the Sisters will have better facilities for looking after the white females of all ages with the blacks all to themselves There Is a colored population of over 25000 in Louisville but no one seems to care for the poor negro children of tender years No one thought of them until the Sisters took up the matter and they Intend to solve It It matters not that less than 6 per cent of the negroes In Louisville are of the Catholic faith the Good Shepherd will look after them At no time during the seventy years of activity of the Good Shep herd Sisters In Louisville have they Inquired from those who knocked at their convent doors whether they were Catholic Protestant Jew or unbeliever They rejoice to receive all who are penitent The convent of the Good Shepherd at Eighth and Madison streets Is the mother house of the order In the United States From this house have gone forth thousands of penitents and some have remained as long as a half century or more one remaining until she passed away at the age of eightythree years About a half hundred of other con vents of the order have been established in this country and Canada since the monastery at Eighth and Madison streets was built and opened on September 8 1843 In deciding to take care of the negroes especially the Sisters have in mind the admonition of the Superloress General of the order who In ad dressing the five Sisters who first came from the mother house at Angers France said among other thingsI need not remind you my dear daughters to receive negresses as well as white children either as penitents or young childrenboth Jesus Christ asIsuregreat affection and gratitude The Sisters have done the very best they could for the colored chil dren up to this time but they hope to do better In the future They will prevent many of the negro race from becoming a menace to society and will make those under their care become useful citizens teaching them bow to save their souls and at the same time learn how to make an bones living when they go out into the world The Sisters teach the little ones their letters and the grown ups various arts such as painting music drawing sowing embroidery and cooking There is rio Idleness In the convent of the Good Shepherd After over 262 years okexperlence in Handling such un fortunates the Sisters know that work Is the thing to keep their minds from evil things and work work work lq1 their motto It must pot be Inferred however that tt Is all work and no play 1 la the convent The In mate if all clawwa lave tkWr recre t ration hours with music singing or ether dlvereloa Hard indeed rnw be nthe lot of 1- e TNTUCKY 1 IRISg 1 AMERICAN the Sisters of the Good Shepherd since they first landed at the Portland wharf In Louisville nearly seventy years ago They had no home to go to and were cared for by the Sisters of Loretto at their convent in Cedar Grove When they rented a house the landlord refused to let them move in when he learned the character of work they were to undertake to wit lifting from the mire of degredatlon women who are feared and shunned by society and of whom our Saviour said Neither will I condemn thee go now and sin no more OC all the orders in the Catholic church the Sisters of the Good Shepherd undertake the most disagreeable part Accounts of their labors never appear In the public prints The In mates are forbidden to give their names to their fellow penitents and their real names are only known to the Sister Superloress The work has always appealed to the editor of the Kentucky Irish American as being heroic Notwith standing their noble deeds In behalf of fallen women the Knownothlngs Insulted these good Sisters In 1855 and again In 1894 during the A P A fiasco In the latter crusade the editor of this paper was threatened with a libel suit because he de nounced the Insectivorous A P A cohorts who dared Insult these good women by demanding admission to their convent for a pretended investigation of their work thatItsaintly man Benedict Joseph Flaget first Bishop of Louisville which brought the Sisters of the Good Shep herd to Louisville While traveling In France he had an opportunity of witnessing their work at Angers and he Induced the Superloress General to send five Sisters here When the good Bishop died he was burled In the graveyard In the convent grounds and his remains reposed there until removed to the Cathedral of the Assumption The Louisville Sisters hold In veneration the name of iFlaget Bishops Spalding and McCloskey also appreciated the work of the Sisters as does the present Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue Bishop McCloskey visited the Sisters every Sunday while In the city during his lifetime and such was the custom of his predecessor Bishop Martin John SpaldingMother Mary of the Compassion Is rhe present Superloress of the con vent at Eighth and Madison streets and she has also undertaken the work of building the new monastery The Sisters of the Good Shepherd never ask for anything They try to make their work selfsustaining which they often do but how they are to build a new monastery s ithout more assistance than they have been receiving Is past our comprehension May success attend them and may the charitably disposed help them o Nothing has been sajd sin this article about the Bank street con = vent of the Good Shepherd which Is nourishing greatly the purpose be ing to draw attention to the extension of a new charity just about to be Inaugurated To write of the work of the Sisters in Louisville during the seventy years of their labors would require many columns that would fill this paper but from time to time the Kentucky Irish rlnh American will call attention to their work COMMITTEES Named by PresldentTarpy For the Current Year With a very good attendance at the meeting Tuesday night Division 1 A O H transacted much routine business When Chairman Thomas Keenan outlined the programme con templated for tKo County Board ob servance of St Patricks day the division pledged Its earnest support- to make this years celebration the best yet held President Tarpy an nounced the following committees to serve during his administration FinanceThomas Dolan William Murphy David OConnell Entertainment Walter Cusick Joseph Farrell Thomas Lawler Irish History Martin Cusick James Barry Daniel McCarthy EmploymentAnthony Tompkins John J Keane James Kllkelly ClearyI an ex the new year and expects to double its membership FRANKFORT Catholic News and Notes From the Capital City The euchredance given by the Young Ladles Sodality of the Church of the Good Shepherd was the most largely attended social function that has taken place in Frankfort social circles this winter Knights of Columbus Hall was crowded to its utmost capacity and a very substantial sum was realized for the proposed new school for boys work upon which will begin in the early spring At a recent meeting pf the Knights of Columbus Lecturer Henry Lutke meler reviewed the work of the past year and outlined the entertainment programme for 1913 which will be similar to the one just closed but with additional educational features combined with the social Lecturer Lutkemeler has arranged a series of history sketches which will include a study of sacred history ancient and modern history and principal countries of the worldI These sketehM have tees divided into twelve papers one for eaeh month and they have bee vatd n rlous members The first was as signed to Grand Knight J J King and the next will be read by Owen Canty at the February meeting On Tuesday evening February 4 the last of the series of euchres and dances to be given by Frankfort Council until after Easter will take place and Is expected to have the largest attendance of the season The marriage of W T Collins of Frankfort and Miss Margaret lib bons of Louisville was solemnized at the Church of St Frances of Rome with a solemn high mass on Thursday morning the Rev Thomas White officiating The bride Is the pretty and attractive daughter of Mr and Mrs James Gibbons and up to two years ago resided in Frank fort while the groom is a leading young business man of the Capital City and a prominent member of the K C After an extended Eastern trip the happy young couple will be at home to their friends at Frank fort on February 1 Their many friends both in Frankfort anti Louis ville extend to them best wishes for a long and prosperous life of wedded bliss MADE MERRY Pastor Honors Catholic Knights With Visit Tues day Night Tuesday night the members of Branch 642 C 1C of A were hon ored with a visit from their Spiritual Director Rev Martin OConnor pastor of St Michaels church Father OConnors visit was brief but he promised to return In the near future and address the Knights The school hall was well filled with bers and visitors from the meini StateI i Council and Central Committee I enjoyed the delicatessen feast provided by Henry Schlntzger President Joe McGinn occupied the chair and called upon State Secretary Meehan I to Intsall the officers When this had been completed stirring addresses were made by State President John Score State Treasurer Harry Veene man Peter J Dowling John Schalda President of the Central I Committee and others who pointed InIsurancereIfreshmentst n close a meeting that will be produc tive of good results 9 FIVE DAYS I Rector of American College at louvalnlstv4trvsComing 1 During the latter part of February the Right Rev Jules iDe Becker J U D Rector of the American College at Loitvaln Belgium and professor of canon law who is in this country on a tour of the United States visiting his old pupils who are found In every State from Maine to California will be in Louisville and Kentucky for a stay of five days dividing his time between Louisville and Covington While in this city Monsignor De Becker will he the guest of the Rev B H Westermann pastor of St Marys church on Eighth street The committee to make final arrangements for his entertainment comprises the Rev John B Peifer pastor of St Helens church and the Rev C J OConnell pastor of St Josephs church at Bardstown There are eighteen pupils of Monsignor De Becker In this diocese and all of them will greet their former teacher while lie Is here HOLY NAME Lexington Men Appealed to by rather ClementI Bocklage A large and appreciative audience heard the Rev Clement Bocklage of Carrollton in a forceful address be fort the members of the Holy Name Society of St Peters church Lexington Sunday evening Taking for his text the words of Scripture How wonderful Is thy name on earth 0 Lord the speaker dwelt upon the prevalence of swearing among men and the growing habit among youths of the land to indulge in blasphemous language Ho said that the purpose of the Society of the Holy Name was to suppress this growing irreverence and to increase the veneration of the world for the name of God rather Jocklage spoke of how the learned men of the church had written of the beauty and sweetness of the name Jesus which Jn itself means mercy and at the pronounciatlon of which all heads should bow and ex horted the members to enlarge their membership and to continue the good work wblch in the short history of the society pas had such a good Influence on the nTnbers and those with whom they associate Special music for the service was sung by MIss Margaret Benchart Miss Louise Keller Signor Amato and Ferdinand Keller and the choir tire services were concluded wltlPfitffejJedlctlon Rev W T Punch official ig i FORTY HOURS Tomorrow morning the Forty fours devotions will begin with Impressive and beautiful ceremonial atthq high may at St Vincent de pauls church Shelby and Oak com Ingto a close with solemn vespers and benediction Tuesday night spe- clal1 sermons will be premefied by eloquent priests at the night services ori each ot the three days rJ I GUARDIANS r HaviugTroublcs In Their Own ItnnksfCviiHc Trying to Save teethe Country IKCougrcssiniiii Hnlncs and Dr Dnrnct Now Busy With New A P A Movement t Latter tstntes That Lodges of Guardians Are Dying With Brief Sputter WHERE DOES DAVE ROSE STAND t IrishAmerican organizeAthe Guardians of Liberty at Scottish Rite Cathedral on May 23 last with several of Louisvilles promlnentcltlzens being conspicuous by their presence on the stage Post master Woods Assistant Postmaster Morey Fllmore Tyson Rear Admiral Watson exMayor Weaver Andrew Cowan D B G Rose business man ager of the Evening Post who be came the official head of the Guardian in Kentucky and others The speakers were Major Gen Miles Congressman Haines and Rev Dr Barnett al Philadelphia minister all taking a fling at Catholics as citizens and the Catholic church Now It seems all Is not peaceful among these saviors of the country and they are busy denouncing each other the fol lowing being a sample taken from the official Journal of the Guard ians Members of the Guardians of liberty from different parts of the Field hay advised headquarters of the receipt by them of letters In which thejnames of Charles D Halnes fQgubtus Barnett and J B Cleaver ocljur as the promoters of a new ordehasfjd on secrecy among its embersjtfphls organization has no relation jto or dealings with the iuardlansKjff Liberty even though the naraesBuiove mentioned are persons whoXSave hitherto been actively Identified wIth the Guardians Local courts sliolUl be on the watch so as not tob Misled into any confusion- on this liStfor Iii jJil keRev rtr Barnett who tR Is UJustusr1ng hot reply Since November 12 the date of my resignation I have been active with others In organizing a new order which seeks to remedy the fatal defects of the Guardians of Liberty We have refused to admit certain men though they have applied for We were determined that the new organization should have no wreckers In it Unquestionably this action was bitterly resented and I have been expecting somebody to hit back Dr Buck and Gen Miles were fully cognizant of my activity In this direction I want It well understood that I am forever disassociated wit the Guardians of Liberty since I object to my name for which I have more regard than my life being dragged through the slime of selfishness and treacherous Intrigue Dr Barnett said that no action probably had been taken upon his resignation in November but since then he had taken no part at all in the work of the organization He said I was compelled to take this action for good and sufficient reasons There Is no coherency about the order Courts everywhere go to pieces almost as soon as they ire formed I have hundreds of letters In my possession telling me of disintegration all over the country When n court 1 Is established there IIs- a brief sputter find then the under takerLouisville people are anxiously awaiting to see where D B G Rose of the Evening Post and the official organizer of the Guardians stands in the argument whether with the regular Guardians or the Insurgent Guardians and whether the Ken tucky courts are going out with the brief sputter Dr Barnett refers to INITIATION A Division 3 A O H Has Another Big Class Ready Division 3 A O H had a gig at endanca at the mooting Monday night when It was decided to confer the degrees of the order on a big class on the evening of February 3- to which all Hibernians will be invited Division 3 will hereafter hold ncnthly initiations conferring the degrees on the first Monday nights It Is thought this will increase the interest and help gain more mem bare Lawrence Mackey was desig nated to examine and prepare a re port of the changes made in the State and national constitutions When the routine business had been completed President Hourigan called upon a number of those present who responded with quite Interesting and nstructivo talks Announcement was made that a special meeting of the social club had been called for Monday night apd from hints dropped it will be lively and of Interest to the members HEROIC RESCUE Hut Jar tfae Manly assistance o- tdaptpa Kane the veilknown- jjl I river pilot there might have been serious los of life from escaping gas and flames early Saturday morning- at the residence of Mrs Mary ONeil 2716 West Chestnut street Miss Margaret ONeill was awakened about 3 oclock by gas and smoke and succeeded in arousing her mother and sister who were almost over come Capt Kane was attracted by the screams of the women and ar rived Just In time to rescue Mrs ONeill from the cellar He tele phoned for the fire department and then made three Ineffectual attempts to rescue B E Clark and his wife whose escape was cut off by the flames Capt Kane was overcome by the smoke and fumes and had to be carried into the open air after the firemen reached the scene Physicians were summoned and the victims soon recovered The ONeill home was damaged to the extent of 1500 Capt Kanes friends say he deserves a Carnegie hero med- alVINCENTIANS Throughout World to Honor Frederic Ozanums- Memory The movement for the celebration on April 23 next of the centenary of Frederic Ozanum is becoming gen oral on the Continent In Milan where he was born a special commit tee which has been appointed to prqmote it has decided to bring out a cheap edition of his life and in Paris where through his activity and his fearless devotion to the faith his Influence became so powerful for good the Catholics are taking steps to make the commemoration worthy of the man The Englishspeaking people are about to enter Into rivalry J with the foreigners in paying trl butes to Ozanjims memory Nothing could be better than that adopted at Milan for making his life better known and the stimulus of his extt ample more widely felt by the rising generation should be Initiated by fits admirers The world needs today as It did In his lifetime lay apostles governed by the spirit that animated him Too often there Is ground nowI for saying what was said to those around him before he founded the Society of St Vincent de Paul You are full of talk and theory but there It ends Ozanum was no mere theorist He was essentially practical and was ready to make any sacri fice In order that Catholic Ideals might be realize- dMACKIN COUNCIL Interest Increasing In Pro poseafd m1fm Building Another large attendance and good receipts marked the meeting of Mackln Council this week when two more applications were received and the sick members were reported Im proving So great has become the Interest in the proposition to build- a gymnasium that Its con Isderation has been made a special order for the first meeting In February In this connection Louis J Klefer physical instructor for the gymnasium class called upon those who desire to par ticipate In the March athletic meetI and carnival at the Armory to report within the next few days For next Monday night the Literary Society has arranged a debate that will prove interesting and In addition James Shelley will relate his experiences during twenty years as a salesman on the road The social club announces that the last of Its winter series of dances would take place on January 30 when all members and their friends would be welcome During the evening a number of members suggested that a movement be in lugurated for a Joint Initiation by Unity Trinity and Mackin the three Falls Cities councils at a date to be selected after Easter CONGRESS Sends Congratulations to Supporters of Home Rule Bill A resolution congratulating the British House of Commons and the Irish people on the passage of the the Irish home rule bill by the House of Commons was Introduced In the House Friday by Representative Goodwin of Arkansas The resolution declared that Irish struggles for freedom have appealed to all true Americans who love freedom congratulated the people pf Ireland and the House of Commons upon the passage of the home rule bill The Secretary of State was directed to forward copies of the resolution to Premier Asquith John E Redmond and Augustine Blrrell Chief Secretary for Ireland A cablegram was sent by Representative Donohoe of Pennsylvania to John E edmond the Irish leader congratulating him for friends of Ireland In the Ameri can Congress upon the passage of the bill POLICE CHANGES Several important changes were made jn the police department this past week and as stated by Chair man Edward Tierney of the Board of Safety and Chief of Police LIndaey were principally for the good of the service chiefly on the principle that a change In surroundings and loca Hon have a beneficial effect on the men this system being adapted by ayery prominent police department In the country Cattt Frank Port man of the Central district ex changed places with Capt Michael Hogan of the Seventh while Ser geant Pat Mullen was promoted to Lieutenant vlco Lieut James Gardner resigned Patrolmen John Ridge and Tim Stone were made Sergeants to fill the vacancies crei pleasingthem to be efficient la their duty In spite of the attempts of the Herald and Post to magnify minor troubles denyIngpolIceforcesplendid administration the best in the history of Louisville i1M I Splendid Initiation and Banquet In New Al bany Sunday Unity Council Y M I of New Albany had a gala day Sunday when twentyfive young men were received Into membership The hall was thronged with the manhood of New Albany and In addition Mackin and Trinity Councils of Louisville were represented by large numbers With this class Unity Council now takes the lead In Indiana The Initiatory ceremonies were conducted by the Louisville degree team composed of W A Link George Thornton Dan J Hennessy and J Robert Muhs who gave tile best exemplification ever witnessed by Unity Council Follow ing the initiation there was anelaborate and enjoyable banquet at the Tavern Hotel presided over by John Pontrlch as toastmaster The Invocation was offered by the Rev Father Charles Curran of Holy Trinity and among the number why responded to toasts were the Rev Father Seibertz ofSt Marys Supreme President Robert T Burke and exPresident Fred iRelsz Unity Council Is now contemplating improvements to its property that willI cost not less than 12000 GALWAY Chicagoans Will Revolutionize Industry In Irish Pork A syndicate headed by a couple of Chicago men Is In process pf forma tion In the West of Ireland which It Is believed will go far to revolutionize the Irish pork Industry In Great Britain The men In question are George J Coleman and Edward C McDonald who claim to have quite a unique experience of the business gatl red In the Chicago stpckyards UUI 1PIa jllh American continent The scene or their operations will be the city of Galway where they propose to set up a modernly equipped factory which will be capable of handling anything from 70000 to 80000 pigs annually and the main object will be cheap and rapid production which will have the effect of considerably reducing the price The promoters of the scheme have been trying for along time to understand the eco nomic considerations that prompt the Irish people to send their pork and bacon abroad while they an nually Import thousands of tons of meat from the United States and other places The experiment of en deavoring to keep Irish bacon in the land of its origin and oust the for eign product will be watched with some anxiety by the Irish industrial revivalists GUESSING ter Who Will Be thePlrstMcm ber of Irish Senate From Dublin comes Intelligence that a new kind of guessing game Is in considerable favor Just now with the most eminent politicians The problem Is to indicate who are the distinguished forty that will when the home rule bill comes into opera tion be chosen as the first members of the Irish Senate Of course you inevitably select the men that repre sent your shade of thought and some lively arguments arise when you chance to butt in against strong partisans of eminent nobodies who seem to retain a lot of Insignificant people up and down the country to give tongue to their praise Most people here however believe that the following names figure on the Governments provisional list of men suitable to serve In the Irish upper house Cardinal Logue the Bishop of Raphoe Earl of Dunraven Lord Castleton Lord Plrrle the President of Maynooth Lord Mc Donnell John Redmond William Redmond the Very Rev James Red mond S J John Dillon T W Rus sell Joseph Devlin Sir E Esmonde L GInnoll A Lynch Patrick OBrien and J G Swift McNei- lOREILLY9 DAUGHTER Miss Mary Boyle OReilly who appeared before a Congressional inves tigation committee last week in Washington though still young In years and in face and heart Is gray in useful action Her name is the best known IrishAmerican name In New England It gives her entre alike in the exclusive Back Bay of Boston In the offices of Governors Senators and Presidents among philanthropists editors and social workers in factories and In prisons This brilliant woman js the daughter of John Boyle ORellly the famous Irish patriot and poet imprisoned and exited for wig efforts to free Ire land and revered as one of the great names of Boston a EAT- ROSA BREAD TJNtcN MADE Labels Redeemable at Kirbys a and lOc Store CI1RD v 1Vas Passage of Home Rule DUl 8111 Big Irish11e tort Greater 11nJorlty her the Plan Than Unci Becit- ExpcctCtl Ulsters PIca to Do Left Out of1arllameut Will- Lose 1- CRRTAiN OF fINAL SUCCE SS The third homeruletriumphantlyhad expected There sanguino aHernialrfalcoalitionlargestmajoritybetweennlnetmajorItyotLiberals LaborItes and Irish almost lost their headsover the overwhelming victoryScene tollowed scene MenHIersto rose handkerchletsandof the cheeringcrowd outside the House penetratedto the effectivenessof this huge majority The with comparison the numbers In prevIous themagnificenceThe thirty bill In 1886 was rejected victory by 1893wasi Tmajorityonly ninetYfour at first and a hun was dred on the TherleereadIngshowspopUlaritya closer favor tightening of the Liberal ranks is Its More themanifestations incidentsThe Irishdetermined oftheexhaustedupabsenteesDonegalmember aDublinandleaningMeehanQtwens hisbedmonthsJohn dadJohnryreturnedsenleespoor p J Power Wh t1t dfed last DublinSntoIllnesssent tohis house to necessary poorfellowat tack tospeakBelfast andaIsninetyonespeechandSimilar efforts were made by the eightysevenHouse by n special motor car and goingIntobedsOnlythebillwas pairedIn closing days the debate was also marked by the conspicuous triumph of the home rule speakers Both Asquith and Redmond made thlJTorypressed Meantime considerable change has come over the Tory attitude Resistance to thV confessedtoUlster threats of civil war continue palpabledllcouragement Intentioltoceptance of the home rule bill the operation the final stages of the struggle will center The House of Lords fully expected to reject the bill this tlmif theHouse rJ Ldrds will accept the bill but insert serious and vital amendments and excludingUlster byIrishmenulwarkboththeHousetry remains firm and irreconcilaljV on this point never once showhiJF1 even momentary weakness in his do ertltreatsthe law against any attempt tg create a civil war roux OLYNff HOME John Glynn ofJeffersonvllle wl was seriously injured last week whi employed In the car works at Dq ton Ohio returned home Tuesd He sustained a bad fracture otM left arm and other hurts arid 1I 1J be some time before he ca- to his work ST COLUSIBAS A euchre and lottol party wll Thtfmhnoon and night January 31 It ber under the auspices of the liI of tile congregation an 1aIUit wilI the llast One of the winter season j Invite their friends arid aisurj pleasantl entertainment 1 If I- w R liiT73C5KY YICtIS AMERIOAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflNUs- TdteJ to the social and Moral Mrancenemeat oi Irish America and Catfcolks Ii Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and CathoHc Knights of America KBNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Iulllilahera INSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY Sotrd at the LoultvllU Pottottlc II SccondCli Hitter rMlretiall Coatnoalcatlon to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West One Sf UNION T ADES LABFL COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JANUARY 25191 I APPALLING The dally press reporting the Sun day sermons in a number of ou Louisville Protestant churches noto that the Rev Dr Aqullla Webb r pastor of the Warren Memorial1 church stirred his congregation wit I the following confession- I do not know the facts other denominations but the facts l re in the Presbyterian churches bot North and South are simply ape palling Last year 5117 Presby terlan churches did not receive a J single soul on confession of faith c This included all the Presbyterian churches in this country but the burden on the heart is fmutterable Dr Webb took for his text How shall we escape if we neglect so great salvation 1 saying The epistle 3to the Hebrews was written as a word of exhortation by the author to some special church And further the epistle is written almost entirely to Christians who were beginning to drift away from their great salvation Why did not the reverend gentle- manjl complete his confession by telling the people who was the author and when and to what special church the epistle was written Let him seek this truth and he will probably become aware that he ala is one of those drifting away fro their great salvation a salvation that God has vouchsafed only through the Catholic church the church He founded and against which the gates of hell shall not prevail I PREVENTS AVILL CONTESTS A most excellent bill was Intro duced last week In the Indiana h Senate by Senator Evan B Stotsen r berg of New Albany one that the Hoosier solons should enact Into law The bill provides that testator may file a copy of his last K will with the County Recorder andI f that all contestants of the will must P mett lr objections within one year f the1 Instrument has been filed MV Nfaro I time been studying thelaws relating to contesting of wills on the grounds of the insanity of the testator at the time of making the will and ha found that many wills have beenI broken that should have stood as the r testator left them His plan wouldI abolish contests of wills exceptl where the testator failed to file his will before his death- CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY Recently the Very Rev Thomas J Shahan Rector of the Catholic Unisi yersity at Washington received a most Commendatory letter from HisI Eminence Cardinal Merry del Val from which we extract the following I was delighted to learn fromI your recent letter that the Catholic University of America so wisely and U zealously directed by you has entered on such asuccessful year The Increase over the preceding year fs truly remarkable and gives bright off for the future Considering hold the university has already j taken in the Great Republic of the 1 West and the well merited coati dance it is inspiring in the minds ofI both lay and ecclesiastical aspirants to higher education and culture Ii t have no doubt that its Influence on I the spread of the Catholic faith of Catholic principles and Ideals throughout the country will be of the utmost moment and of immense BenefitAccompanying the foregoing wasa the apostolic benediction of the Holy FatherV MATTERS LITTLE Now the chronic kickers against peverything that savors of Catholic are bj inning to dread lest perchance a fdatholic should get a position in SVflJsons Cabinet Let them calm jthelr fears says the Irish Standard for it matters little who are honored with those positions so long as they 5 era capable and honest men with vsoiind views on public questions Ladies will commend the order of afnthe Tennessee Division of the 01 Federate Veterans prohibiting thewto the at Chattanooga next May Jickmin takes the highand Z view that the women In the ads are to rtprwwmt the mothers the South not taeHiBelveji1 t orof sent cpndUiOBi Only those lack jr In refinement will disapprove fife ton and the parade will IMS butt e tea plate tHhont them I F Miller ankf the Delaware Legislature to enact a law requiring residence in that State of one of the contracting parties before marriage rcan take place there The Govern makes this recommendation in order to restrain youthful hasty marriages thhe State other of the country Such a law is badly needed tin Kentucky and Indiana- S Xo matter who the man or how high his standing the social o political friendship of Col John Hr AVhallen and Chairman Frank Mc Grathmakes him a suspect and unworthy in the eye of the Evening Post Twas not always thus Dickie boy Though somewhat tardy Admiral1 Dewey like many other prominent Americans who mixed with th Guardians of Liberty thinking they were a patriotic organization has repudiated them and their bigotry The appointment of a Vigilance Committee in every Catholic parish in Massachusetts for the preventioni of delinquency among Catholic boy and girls is a measure of prevention that can not be too highly praised With Representative Ben Johnsoni partmCoony would have a safe and progressive leader for the 1914 campaign Burton Vance can easily get away from the government that Louisville has elected and appreciates Grip- are plentiful and trains leave the cit almost every hour- LIBERAL BEQUEST Among the charitable left by the late Mrs Lucy Whartoni Drexel of Philadelphia is the sumi Un1a versity at Washington RECENT DEATHS JjBt Vincent de Pauls parishi mourns the death of another of itsi highly esteemed matrons itrs Mary ft2ritrnt Shelby and GOBS avenue Her funeral1j was held Monday morning when many friends and relatives thronged Bthe church in respect to her memory Monday morning the funeral of Mrs Margaret McLane was held1 from the Church of Our Lady Rey Father Connlff being the celebrant at the solemn mass of requiem Mrs McLane resided with her soninlaw F R Markert 2520 Portland ave nue Besides her relatives here she leaves many friends in Indianapolis rind Cincinnati The funeral of Mrs Mary Moran widow of the late Lawrence Moran was held Monday morning from St Williams church Rev George M Conpor officiating at the solemn mass of requiem Mrs Moran re sided at 1227 Dumesnil street andI her death Is deeply regretted by he neighbors and a wide circle ott friends and relatives Following the sad news of her death at Toledo Ohio the remainsI of Mrs Bridget Walker were brought to the residence of her son JamesI Walker 1427 Melwood avenue TheI funeral was held Thursday morning from the Church of the Blessed Sacrament J the Rev Father Daniel pSulllvan being tho celebrant of the j solemn requiem mass I Monday evening little Helen Swift the fouryearold daughter of Will lam and Anne Swift was summoned to her heavenly home after a short illness The little one had endeared herself to her family and relatives whose deep grief over her death Is assuaged only by the knowledge that an angelic spirit has gone before and them in heaven Sorrow prevailed throughout Holy Trinity parish when it became known that Miss Lorlne SItzman daughter- of John and Mary SItzman 955 Vine street had been called by the angel of death The deceased was a most lovable girl and her many virtues made her a favorite with all her associates Her funeral took place Monday morning with a solemn requiem mass at Holy Trinity churchcEUCHRE AND SUPPER The Altar Society of St Philip Neris church will give a euchre lotto and supper at WIndthorsts Hall Floyd and Magnolia Thursday ternoon and evening January 30 afternoon games called at 230 clock and the evening games at i15 Supper will be served from 5wJ 730 and tickets of admission are Of good for either supper or euchre and holder to use his own choice of PIANO INSTRUCTION wiManyacquire the popular ragtime method piano playing are referred toProf In Forreat Thompson of 2822 Neat the Madison sttreet who guarantees com instruction In a course of from new to twenty lewoni Prof Thomp the1 l tU11vet tailed on application Hon D A r 7 Mtn SOCIETY 1 i M J Madden who was here for visit to his wife has returned to Le Ington 6eJohn W C Oetken returned yesterday from a weeks business trip to Lexington Mrs J E Conner is at New Hope for a two weeks visit with friends and relatives Miss Ne e Mooney of the West End spent last week with Mrs C H 3Jones in Oakdale Miss Betty McKenna who was visiting friends here has returned Ito her home at Fairfield Datrsoorn Springs where she will spend two months for her health Mrs Dan Talbott has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Sutherland near Bardstown Mr and Mrs John McAteer left Thursday for Comfort Texas to visit Mr and Mrs Vincent McAteer- r M P Kelly and P N Lanahan were among the Louisville peoplE seen in New York the past week Miss Mayme Kelly was hostess her bridge club Saturday evening at her home 502 West St Catherine street The Trinity Y M I Social Club will give the third dance of its springs series at Trinity Hall on Tuesday February 4 Miss Mayme Brennan of West Chestnut street spent last week iin South Louisville as the guest of her sister Mrs Frank Nolan Misses Annie and Ruth Fitzglb bons have been visiting in Central- S City members of a house party at the home of Miss Ruth May Joseph Bluel and bride who was Miss Laura Saffran have returned from their honeymoon trip and will make their home at Pleasure Ridge Miss Frances Henchey entertained at bridge on Tuesday afternoon fin honor of Miss Margaret Dempsey of Philadelphia and Misses Margaret and Edith Gans of Baltimore sMiss Annie Sweeney who has been dangerously ill at her homey s 1730 Culbertson avenue New Albany 1 is almost entirely well to the great relief of her many friends Frank J Martin returned Tuesdays evening from St Marys Seminary of Baltimore to spend a ten days vaca tlon with his parents Mr and Mrs A F Martin of 715 East Chestnut street Thomas Hart announces the engagement i of his accomplished and pretty daughter Miss Marguerite C Hart to Peter J Bauscher of Chi cago The wedding wil take place dttldhtardyspring Mss Mary Meany who has been spending the winter here left this week for New York where she willI join her brother Gen Meany an sail for Rome Italy They willI spend six months traveling in Eur ope Mrs Frank A Ocher who recently underwent a serious surgical opera lion at St Anthonys Hospital is nowf convalescent and hopes to be goo able to return to her home MrsL Geher Is prominent in Catholic so ciety circles and her return will be hailed with delight Miss Katherine M Hines gave Ia delightful tea at her home Monday afternoon in honor of her guest Miss Margaret Dempsey of Philadelphia Misses Margaret and Edith Gans o recefvinrg and Miss Edith Malone poured the tea The decorations were Klllarney roses i Mrs Agnes Herbert has announced the marriage of her daughter Rose to John B Ford the ceremony to take part at St Aloysius church next Thursday afternoon at 4 oclock Both are well known and popular fIn Catholic circles and their many friends wish them a happy and pros perous married lIfo The wedding of Miss Martha Hoaglan and Eugene Lancaster was solemnized Wednesday evening at the Cathedral the Rev Father Rock officiating Following the ceremony J a reception was given at their home I 1330 Christy avenue The attendants were the brides sister and the grooms brother Mrs Lydia Hughes and V D Lancaster Tlie bride is a daughter of J D Hoaglan of Buochel Mr and Mrs George Holbourn of 3166 South Third avenue have announced j the engagement of their daughter Miss Nellie Holbourn to lis Charles H Cummings The manlag will take place January 29 at the Holy Name church when the cere mony will be solemnized by the Rev Father John OConnor After the the bride and groom will leave for New Orleans where they will spend their honeymoon and witness the Mardi Gras festivities LEVYS RIG ADDITION t n- One of the largest building per mils in many weeks was that Issued Wednesday to Levy Brothers It provides for the new addition which bo built on the Thirdstreet side th the big clothing furnishings shoes hat store at the northeast corner Third and Market streets The Improvement will result In building ive stories high with basement and practically double the capacity the present store The complete structure will be one of the largest the country devoted exclusively to lines enumerated Work will commence on construction of the M building and the remodeling of prevent ttpr MbB and the truc will btfomplftttd probably bye middle jfauramw The mum dfiwjpf pre nt bul1 kI i r r a noteworthy feature will be extended to the addition Lev Broth preselocation ntn tury thus establishing an enviable record in the local retail field In order to make possible the Improve xbeing a conducted rebuilding sale Is now WATERJFORD Worthy Memorial Will B Erected For Famous Composer JS3f The city of Waterford which has long since recorded its admiration the achievements of Thomas Franc Meagher whose name is indelibly Inscribed on the military history of the United States has at last resolved to do honor to another of its sons who has worked in an entirely different sphere Waterford claims Wallace the composer of Maritana Lu line and scores of other productions of almost equal fame and popularity as one of its brilliant citizens but up to now exhibits nothing of a public character to commemorate the fact It is regarded as a sad commentary on the musical reputation of the Irish people that it should be left to Prof Mahaffy of Trinity College Dublin to lash himself into Indignation before his fellow citizens could tobe induced to do honor to the memory of the great composer The professor Is a notoriously hard hilt once he is roused and he has boldl told the Irish people that they are no longer a musical race but a na lion of political propagandists A committee has now been formed with men like Lord Iveagh John Red mond and Thomas Sexton at its head and in about a year or so a memorial worthy of Wallace will be one of the features of the city by the Syir LOSS TO CITY Richard I Nugent one of Louis villas best known citizens was calla from life in the best days of hisa manhood years and his death is distinct loss to the city in which he was born and reared A selfmade man he enjoyed the confidence and respect of all with whom he came Iin contact He had been ill for sometime but despite his strong physique he could not combat his malady and passed peacefully away after being fortified by the last sacraments The deceased Is survived by his wife who was Miss Florence C Burkley an three children Richard C Martin and Elizabeth Nugent He also iis survived by his moth r Mrs Catherine Nugent of Loul villa and five brothers and four sisters His funeral was held Monday mor Ing from Hot Name church and was the forge star seen in South Louisville ALUMNI ELE S St Xaviers College Alumni Asso ciation held Its annual meeting and smoker on Thursday at last week when the following ojfflcers were elected President William G Hume First Vice President A CIin g sccondVlce Hresldea its JBIssmeyer t SecretaryRaymond ASchuman Treasurer Robert G Wulf SergeantatArmsJoseph- d H Grieve JSpiritual DirectorThe Rev John T Hill V The following five members were elected to the Executive +ommittee E J Cooney Louis J Hackett Ed ward F Deuser J J Gleason Georgel A Ohlmann The meeting was wet- n 1 attended and Interesting talks war tmade by Brother James t Hume and others WOULD SPITTLE MYSTERY If Manager Horace McCrocklin the Buckingham Theater wants anII settle a long standing argument packsfdI II Adamson now prominent In the wrestling game with the Ed Adamson who was prominent in the wrestling game here several years ago Many followers of athletics here are under the impression that the two were one and the same man but this canI easily be dlsproven by reference to Dr Mechllng former Y M C A In structor Tracy Girdler Inspector ofr street repairs and Edward Groeschel of the Turners all of whom wereI close friends of the Adamson of several years agoII I ANNIVERSARY OF ORDINATION Last Tuesday the people of St Catherines congregation and New Haven and vicinity joined in the celebration of the fortieth anniversary of the ordination to the priesthood of their beloved and venerable pastor the Very Rev William P Hogarty The exercises consisted of an anniversary high mass in the morning and an entertainment given by the pupils of St darternoonwl1lchd the general public Father Hogarty one of the most widely known of our Kentucky priests and from all sections of the State he received mesa sages conveying congratulationsle STATIONS DAVE ARRIVED The handsome new Stations of the Way of the Cross for the new Holy Name church South Louisville Just erected by the Rev John OCoil arrived in the city this week They are works of art and when placed In position will add much to tho Interior beauty of that splendid J blchurchtime to place them but it IB thought e work will be completed net- weekso they can be blessed on Sunday evening February 2 TRANSFERRED TO CATHEDRAL naThesome time one of the assistant pastors at St Martins church has been transferred to the Cathedral of the seumptlon During his stay At S- tartins Father Friedrlch won the esteem of the congregation and the te1HefinOathedratj t G F WALNUT ST THEATER Starting Sunday Matinee Jan 26 ORIGINAL PRODUCTION THE THIEFDramatic Event of the Season With Marion Sherwood and big ca especially selected for this play I Tuesday Thursday Saturday Mate aces 25c and Sunday Matinee 25c 3ScIINlghts THE 2 FAVORITES SmokersIsTARPY SPECIAL 10c Cig- arLITTLE A J CigarrThe cigars without an equal in quail and flavor Homemade Unionmade and the bestmade for the money For sale at all dispensers of smokers T W TARPY CO MAKERS SEVENTH ST NEAR MARKET ROoerY1 b ate BOOK 60 PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a pall and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of ihdr Kind in the city INks Magazines and Religious Article or IITXKY JOJUPTJO ScreeisFIRST CL- ASSCOAL rowdThe Slag Daily TKADEWATEB LUMP a TBAEWATEB NUT 8336 SLAOE82281I1TSB11BGK JELLIOO LUMP 418 8428itSLjLOE 300AUI 9000 Ponn4- BEESESEEE WJI GIVE YOU TKB- OBBEN TBADZHO STAMPS FRANKEL COAL CO EIGHTH AND ZANE Some Phone City 9610 Ctuafctrlana Phone South lOUr Catholic Childrens Magazine The Child Apostle is a little mag nzlne published monthly for Catholic r children It is filled with and pictures It costs only twenty twentytyears subscription your boy or girl Address The Child Apostle 1183 McCormick building Chicago Ill Notice to Taxpayers U The County Board of Tax Super visors for Jefferson county Ken tacky will meet dally in the office of the County Assessor between the hours of 10 a m and 12 oclock a m for the purpose of equalizing the assessment of property as made by the Assessor for the year of 1013 Tho board will remain in session for 80 days and will adjourn Saturday February 8 1018 During the ab sence of the board complaints may be filed with the Secretary of the board In tho County Assessors office between tho hours of 8 oclock a m and 5 oclock p m- WAIPER S MILLER P J WELSH CnolriHJn Secretary j LAST BEFORE LENT Apother big euchre and lotto 1isI planned for next Friday afternoon and evening January 31 at Bertrand Hall Sixth street near Oak unde the auspices of the ladles and gentlemen of the different societies of St Louis Bertrands church the pro to be donated to the church fund The members of the congregation are greatly pleased with the financial progress of the church under Father McGoverns pastorate nd are working to make the euchre pleasing success The debt col ction of last Sunday amounted to Jeuchretoward as it Is earnestly hoped the last year of the church debt NEEDED MORE WATER Corporal Pat Kenealey of the local police department is responsi e for the following on Lieut Con Ilffe who had his young hopeful christened last Sunday with the following cognomen John Buschemeyer Frank MflQrath Conllffe Pat states that whenU clergyman heard the proud fatboccall off the above in response totals request for the babys me he Turned to the sexton and =id Bring In more water 8lva SACRED HEART RETREAT STNext Tuesday the Fassionist fathers at the Sacred Heart Mon eatery oil the Newburg road will en upon their annual retreat for and meditation which will on Shrove Tuesday February stale L JANUARVIs- t WUITt I SALt t I The sale every Hotel Restau I rant send Housekeeper in the fortyNOW IN PROGRESS This will be found the greatest sale of the season in this city HERMAN STRAUS Ei SONS FOURTH AVCNUf MARKET STREET s5t 0 DONT FAILTO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF BIG CUT PRICE SALE OF SUITS AND OVERCOATS CUNNING LEWIS BROTZGE I W COR THIRD AND JEFFERSONsa- N Mens and Young Mens Exclusive Clothes Shop MULLOYS COFFEE Never Varies in quality Fresh roasted daily MULLOYS tSPI30IAL1 Pound for 30o 2 Ponndufor55a3 PoundsiorSOcM-ail Orders of 100 or more postpaid by Parcel Post up to 150 miles JOHN M MULLOY i QQrJmOUR SPECIAL BREW sIsExcellent and Pure Approved by every lelephone452nSENN ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KYt BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Rosesl- 1eleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 HERRMANN BROS 13IP0ATBaar I FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal J ers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND TiUpktni 1918 ill SIXTH STREET OHN B STRUBEL JEWELER Watches Diamonds 346 E Market St HOME PHONE 4066 REPAIRING A SPECIALTY 11 ALL WORK GUARANTEED = year boys as fineattoa that will J rin ute lift XAVIERS COLLEGE Iia W Brefclwar lidHlirill Ky Conducted by the Xaverlan Brother Claelcel Eoleatlfle and EuHseea LargeBwlmtaialtTerms Mo9eratere Jueer TSlrl r FUR CAPS I 3 TWO STORES 228 W MARKET STREET 434 W MARKET STREET FOR Furniture Of 411 Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM Fe MAYER 419 W MARKET S- TflBOSSESON Funeral Directors and Embalmers JO FEHR A fCAT 9T1 TeleDkene 1022 vC srtrn B viV gI NTUCKY kii A ERiCAN S DO YOU NEED MONET I h All you have to do is to reach out and get it It is all around youjX Thousands upon top of thousands of public spirited citizens of Louisville viI gladly save l PROFITSHARING CERTIFICATES Red Stamp THE ONLY STAMP WITH A CASH VALUE To help any kind ofchurch organization or society if you will only ask themWIIQfJ11IJ exchangeableTheamount to hundreds of dollars per month Profitsharing certificates red stamps are given by hards Coffee tickets tags from Werk Soap Grocers Baking Company Bread labels and over 300 merchants in Louisville in appreciation of patronage Purity Oats labels WE ARE OFFERING ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS IN GOLDIn premiums to the churches organizations and societies saving Profitsharing Certificates Ask us about it THE PROFITSHARING COMPANYINCORPORATED 402 WALKER BUILDINGDIRECTORS DAVID KELLER JOHN L HELM HENNING CHAMBERS J L HELM JR M B COOLEY Oran We Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET ITELEPHONE 810 o lla e fiIOKi THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE CITY 365 Allcalls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 WEST MARKET STREET HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 I J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS ss East Naba Stree1 D J DOUGHERTY S J MCELLIOTT a DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT 9- ll Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Call Antwtrtd Promptly Day er Night 1231 WEST MATKP7P STREETi ft f t t t ftt FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing aridi Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Ordef a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Kent 78717672 Cumk Weal tit SXLVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light I 0- ni SIUVEIt WEDDING Last Monday Mr and Mrs B B Schleman 2023 West Market street were the recipients of almost count I less messages and congratulations from friends and relatives it being the anniversary of their marriage and sliver wedding In honor of the worthy couple high mass was cele brated at St Anthonys church with the Rev Father Seraphln as the officiating priest after which a dinner was served to the family and a few near friends During the afternoon and evening many called to express the wish that they might live to celebrate their golden wedding ST CHARLES CHURCH The ladies of St Charles Bor romeo church Twentyseventh and Chestnut will closo the preLenten season on February 3 when they will give another of their always en joyable euchre and lotto parties and a luncheon in St Charles Hall to which they invite the public The games will be played during the afternoon and night and those who desire may dine at the luncheon from 5 to 8 oclock Admission will be only twentyfive cents- LEXINGTON Mrs Catherine McAullffe an old and highly esteemed resident of Lexington papsed to her eternal re ward Tuesday night at St Josephs Hospital there after a long illness thqughthepneumonia Surviving her are five children They are Mrs James Mc Auliffe and Mrs Charles Weitzel of Frankfort Mrs A J Tweedie of Lexington and Mrs Ella Mulloy of Louisville and John B Weitzel of Washington D C GEORGE HOLLAND BETTER George Holland Superintendent of St Louis cemetery who underwent an operation at St Josephs Infirm ary is reported making rapid progress toward recovery His friends will rejoice to learn that he will soon be able to resume his duties PARISH COUNSELORS Last Sunday afternoon a well at tended congregational meeting of the men of St Marys parish New Albany was held when the following counselors were elected Frank Manus Jr Edmund Smith Clement Daj John Louis CH Broecker and Frank Zoeller NEWPORT The finale of the sensational episode In Newport at the Corpus Christi church New Years morning when William Glaser flourishing a revolver caused a panic In the con gregatipn was enacted in Police Court Saturday morning Joseph Bxtlne and Joseph Henderson com panions of Glaser were each fined 15 and costs on a charge of disturb ing a religious service Glaser was recently fined 100 and costs and sentenced to thirty days In Jail Henderson and Extlne testified that they had been out to a party all d ib A All the late and new Styles and Shape pricesCall CB THOMPSON PLOiaisfiIffifONLY ONE STORE SpecialtyFloral 532 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephone 1050 All orders receive prompt attention aid satisfaction guaranteed CENTRAL FURNITURE CO Incorporated N W Cor Third and Oreen Sts We furnish the home complete on easy payments WM CALLAOHAN Mir Sues Dtp night and had gone to church that morning with the Intention turn Ing over a new leaf They further testified that Glaser was causing the commotion and when asked to leave Henderson and Extine left without demurring and did not see the trou ble caused by Glasers drawing a revolver EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION Rev Francis W Howard Secre tary General of the Catholic Educa tional Association of the United States wlsln New Orleans last week and at a largely attended meet ArchbishopBlenkarrange for the tenth annual conven tion of the national body Besides publiclitethe city was present The conven tion will be held from June 30 to July 3 and tho interest manifested points to the most successful meet ing in the history of the association Among those who will assist In the work of preparing for the convention are Dr Felix Gaudln Supreme Presi I ofIof Catholic Societies A teaspoonful of ammonia ln a quart of waterlsaJ very good preparation for elarislng the hairbrush Dry the MUsh In the air after washing but never la the sun i 1fi HOLY NAME CHURCH Last Sunday the people of Holy Name church Fourth and 0 streets witnessed the blessing of the beauti ful lifesize crucifix presented to that church by Mr and Mrs Zippy Four handsome holy water fonts of exquisitely carved marble have also been presented Holy Name church by the following members of the con gregation Mr and Mrs John Gor man Mr and Mrs A J Richards Mr and Mrs William Mudd and Mr and Mrs J B Cummings- SEVENTYEIGHT YEARS When Dominic Belleville and wire of Merlden Conn the longest mar ried couple In this country passed the seventyeighth anniversary of their marriage all the Catholic so cieties of Sty Laurents parish at tended the big celebration given in their honor Mr Belleville was ninetynine years old August 15 and his wife was ninetyeight last July Both enjoy good health and are ap parently as happy as they were on their wedding day MORGANFIELD The people of Morganfleld gave Rev Father Rahm the new pastor of St Annes church there a most cordial welcome upon his arrival there last week Members of the congregation met him with a house warming at the rectory when they furnished both home and pantry with many necessities and comforts JESUITS BIG PURCHASE A 200acree tract of the Belle Meade land near Nashville Tenn known as the Red House field has beenbought by the Jesuits The con sideration was 125000 The tract in questions adjoins the famous Belle Meade Deer Park Great plans are under way for the Improvement of the tract by the purchasers It Is stated that buildings to cost 500000 will be begun at once PETITION TO CARDINAL A petition has been forwarded from Australia to the Vatican pray ing that if the Pope should see fit to appoint another Cardinal In Aus tralia his choice will fall on Arch bishop Carr It Is stated that the petition will be signed by every Aus tralian Archbishop and Bishop VATICAN PALACE The Palace of the Vatican con tains the largest and most valuable residence and museum in the world In the residential part are about 1000 rooms 200 of which serve as apartments for the Pope the court officials and others The number of printed books in the Vatican Library is estimated at not less than 350000 exclusive of the enormous number of manus rlpts codices etc ANCHORS OP SAFETY manahouldenI to have his life 1 insured and to have an account to his credit la a saving bank Theee are anchors to windward agalnit misfortune i PRANK FEHR BREWIN 69IN qpORATED Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE K- YJOHNFOERTEL COo INCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 191 fiYIlfs Qy r Cutnb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 THE WIEDEMANNraconroaersa BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled BeersW Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent flawc I ORUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky x OL- DFORTUNArBOURBON r+ THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO rxOORlOR TXD DISTILLERSWINE MERCHANTS IMPORTER U- II 5 W v 14 Jvr Ip s J JJENTUCKY 14a4 fMERIOAtt POSITIVELY THE GREATEST CLOTHING CHANCE OF THE AGE AT I THE BIG STORE i CLEARANCE SALE The finest Winter Suits and Overcoats go at ridiculously low prices Seize the golden opportunity and lay in your supply for future use THE BIG STORE SwMILTON M MAHBLESTONE di CO ee For Your Furniture Wants- II WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENE 1 e 425 427 and 429 East Market Street J WEDDING GIFTS FO- RJANUARY BRIDES- We have a large and comprehensive assortment of beautiful pieces la Solid Silver and Sheffield Plate embracing Tableware of many designs Candelabra Silver Service etc K of C EmblemsI- n pint charms buttons Gold and sliver novelties dia moods and other precious stones In beautiful settings Select Now S E LEDMAN SON 410 West Market St Yap Can Rely on Le manN 0NtOds0ie006 i 40N iN I1 THERE IS A REASON FOR IT i The great popularity and for the celebrated QUICK deluandII GAS RANGE is due entirely to its great effici ency durability and great saving quality Sold on easy payments and connected fre- eQEHER SON 215 Market St near Second 0 This Damp Cool Weather the Beginning of Winter BRINGS ON RHEUMATISM BUT A FEW DOSES OF Kampfmuellers RflEUMTlG Rend Quickly Relieves It Sold by All Druggists Made by the KAMPFMUELLER MFG CO Louisville Ky Incorporated MJIANHON P BANKOH JR L J VEEttKAN PfM Mgr VlwPrei and True Snrettry Kentucky Vitrified Brick Co INCORPORATED MANUFACTURERS OF VITRiFIED PAVING BRICK I For Streets and Roadways Office 528 West Jefferson Street Works Magnolia Ate Bet 9th armh1 II I A TELEPHONE 373 TELEPHONE 1252e REMEMBER USWhen You Want To Talk LONG DISTANCE THE HOME TElEPHONE Offers the Best Service at the Lowest Rates- To aU Important cities and towns In INDIANA AND KENTUCKY and ottie potato Call Long Distance Operator for information concerning rates LARGEST LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS r+ t 4+ t tr DR J T GHAWK if Veterinary t I Infirmary 713715 SOUTH SMV NTH BTfKBlHG TsiMbNiI mail S 25k s C W 23fN1- D jj J c i i- D IiiHIS HOLINESS i POPE PIUS X ANb THE VATICAN IN MOVING PICTUR- ESWINDTHORST HALLFL- OYD t AND WOODBINE SUNDAY AND MONDAY NIGHTS FEBRUARY 2 and 3 iit t ADMISSION FIFTEEN CENTS I This Moving Picture Was Taken byEspecial Permission and Every Inch of It Is Absolurely Genuine The following Reverent and Soulinspiring Scenes are shown The Permit for Takin2II Moving Pictures in the Vatican Front View of the Church of St Peter On the Terrace Looking Down From the Terrace St Peters Dome Pontifical Guard Swiss Guard the Gardens of the Vatican Replica of the Grotto and of the Basilica of Lourdes the Court of Pigna upon which the windows of the Popes room open Casino of Paul IV and His Holi ness Pope Pius X Address inquiries regarding this Picture to SHAW LECOMPT Avenue Theater till i Louisville Ky HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolnr the Past WeekOeneral- Newi Notes February 3 will be the feast oflSt Bridget patroness of the Ladles AuxiliaryEverybody will soon be taking alive Interest In our St Patricks day celebration The Hibernian Rifles of Columbus won one of the prizes awarded by the Inauguration committee There were plaudits all along thei line of march for the Hiberniani Rifles In the Inauguration parade iat Columbus Ohio The Ladles Auxiliary at PortlandI Ore presented the retiring preslI dent Mrs W Elvers with a ful pair of opera glasses After the officers Division 2 of New Orleans were installed the men born were entertainedl by IheyEaclIei Auxiliary of St Johns parish IJanuary 14 the Ladles Auxlllar of South Omaha installed offices Initiated thirty candidates and en joyed a splendid banquet That going some The Ancient Order had a big night last week In Pueblo Col when the division and auxiliary had a joint installation followed by a social and refreshmentsThe St Patricks day committee has been busy this week In our next issue will be given their report to the County Board at the meeting held last night The Ladles Auxiliary of Rhode Island will have a great union meet- Ing and class Initiation in Il1y Academy Providence on February 2 In honor of St Brlgld Minneapolis and St Paul have two fine Juvenile auxiliary divisions The girls of Minneapolis recently visits their sisters in St Paul and are noW anxiously awaiting the return visit Division 4 meets Monday night and all who possibly can should be will bepresent More applications received and arrangements furthers for the big Initiation that takes plat next month Through the efforts of Mrs W Elvers State President and Mrs E H Deery of the Board of Irish His tory the Christian Brothers Busl ness College at Portland Ore has been endowed with an Irish history scholarship CHICKEN SUPPER The ladies of the Altar Society of St Brlglds church In the Highland chicken supper and euchrwill give a next Wednesday afternoon and even- Ing at Phoenix Hill Hall They wl11 serve all the side dishes and promise Thean abundance of everything proceeds will go to the fund for the purchase of altars for the handsom new church being erected for tha congregation by the Rev Fathe Jansen WALNUT THEATER The Thief a story of how a wife 0000 francs to buy finery pilfered that if she under the mistaken notion well gowned as the most were as fashionable of her sex she would b the more certain of retaining the love and admiration of her husband will at the Wal be next weeks attraction nutstreqt Theater Miss Marlon Sherwood supported by an admirable in the role ot the- wifeii cast will be seen role first played by Mar garet Illtngton The usual midweek matinees are scheduled for tho en gagment MASS AT NOON Farley has received per rCardinal the Holy Father to lave mass celebrated in St Andrews church New York City at noon for rsThli dispensation the downtown work was secured principally for the Lentem season but may last longer The pastor ot St Andrew isI the Rev Luke J Evers who several years celebratlqn of mesa ago began the on Sund yat2S0 a tn for We benefit of the night workers The church will birrs the dtatlactlotlof U MONUMENTS Having purchased the entlrc stock of Monuments of the latc Muldoon Monument Compaq we are in a position to offer the same to parties wishing to Ire prove their cemetery lots at very low prices us a call at our ware IOlve 318320 West Green St COilEXPERT Voicing Action Regulating Prof Walter Klaussne 403 SOUTH SECOND IIome PIwne City 71D5 SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O a- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First e r and Third Tuesdays PresidentThomas W Tarpy Vice PresidentDaniel McCarthY Recording SecretaryWalter Click Financial Secretary Joseph Far ellTreasurerThomas Keenan SergeantatArns Henry McDei nottSentinelJohn Keane DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Wil lams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresidentC J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary Daniel tKeefo Financial Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning am8enttnolThomas HannonI S DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Monday Nineteenth and Portland PresidentHugh Hourigan Vice President John M Malone Recording SecretaryJohn lP Price Financial SecretaryJohn J Hes sion Jr- TreasurerDan J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJohn J East SentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial Secretary Thomas J anganRecording Secretary John J larry Treasurer Patrjck Conley SergeantatArms Thomas Far rellSentlnelM J McDermott Y Ski I MAOION COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrank G Adams First Vice President Geo Thorn ton Second Vice Presidentjohn J Lpn Financial Secretary A C Link Recording Secretary John R Barry Corresponding Secretary Harry T Ktbbey Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch Marshal Fred Schliler Inside SentinelLawrence Rspp Outside SentinelFrank E Grat- eHr vlng MltbraUd la It tine earliest aDd lat eC inane In the country KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interes Members Here and Elsewhere the exemplification of the fourth degree at Cincinnati Fortytwo candidates received the three degrees this month at Huntington Ind Indications point to a large fourth degree class at Providence R I on February 16 There will be an initiation and Iir stltution of a new council at Waterloo Wis on February 2 The formal opening of the new home at Little Rock took placo Wednesday with a reception Bedford Council has pledge 2500 for the Father White memorial to be erected in Brooklyn The three degrees will be qor erred tomorrow In Cincinnati Washingtons birthday will witness For the order this should be a memorable month on account of the number and size of the Initiations taking place Last Sunday a new council was IIn- stituted at Fowler Ind and tomorrow a big Initiation will take place at LafayettePhil Council of Brook lyn has turned in 800 for the memorial to the late Monsignor William J White Hon Thomas J Walsh elects United States Senator from Mot tana is a Knight of Columbus Every member of the Leglslatur voted for him Sixteen Past Grand Knights addressed the council at Milwaukee last week Each was called In turn the subject being assigned by lot so that any preparation was impossible New Orleans Knights will hold their Carnival fete on January 31 The decorations and illuminations will be elaborate and Fourth degre members will lead the grand march The Knights of Atlanta opened their new home Thursday with ia programme covering a weeks entertainment Bishop Kelley and Bishop Turin and the clergy of the city and irlclnlty were tendered a reception on the opening night ST PATRICKS CELEBRATION The local County Board Ancient irder of Hibernians have secure Masonic Theater for Sunday evening torch 1C for a St Patricks day celebration and at the meeting of the board last evening in Bertram Fall Chairman Thomas Keenan announced that a complete programme rould be announced next week The committee promises the best entertainment of Its kind In years MAMMOTH ENTERTAINMENT The Trinity Y MT Musjcal Club vlll hold their mammoth euchre otto and dance next Wednesday afternoon and evening at the club touse Baxter and Morton avenues the games to be called at 230 and i8- oclock Tickets of admission an good for either euchre or dance the latter to continue from 8 to 1 The Sxecutlvo Committee are J C Vettle Paul E iBowllng and Adam G Schneider CONDITION IMPROVED Catholics throughout the city wit beI inteersted to know that there has been a decided change for the better Ini the condition of Rev Father Ohle pastor of St Martins church who has been confined to his rectory suffering from a severe attack of Inflammatory rheumatism SEWING CIRCLE ELECTS The Sewing Circle o St Vincents Orphan Asylum held an enthusiastic aad well attended meeting last week whenthofoUowhig ladles were feted officers for the coming year Mrs Charles Sauter President Mine Ra Conroy Vice President i Mrs ihrader Secretary and the Sister iperlor of St Vincents Treasurer llQjmemlHtll tubersc c t I OU- RJANUARY i i I CLEARANCE a t 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 I represented COMEMONEY WILL BE MIGHTY Winter goods and winter wearing apparel for r men women and children being sold at generously reduced pric- esDONT FAIL TO COME I JBAC N Oti5iieNSN4+ NNNN 4+ faAN- eNHi4tltleeeed9 i0 atlt NIIO FOR GOODNESS SAKE EAT MOTHERS BREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South Neawoases KODflK SUPPLIES Every Requisite For Amateur and Professional Photographers Pinographic Developing and Printing SOUVENIR POST CARDS PICTURE FRAMING nnJtdwut 321 leffusnf Loulnm JAS J NAUGHTON JOS N HIGGINS CHAS E NAU- GHTONNaughtonJharppcy Prescriptions Filled By Registered Pharmacists Only Telephone Us and We Send For Them Home Phone 897 TENTH AND JEFFERSON STS RAGTIME pr JiG Positively Taught In Ten to Twenty Lessons Write For Booklet J FORREST THOMPSON 2822 W Madison St Shawnee 2174 BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE McKenna Distiller Fairfield Kb IIc illli I iII I = Southern Star Block Coal 42C PER TON Youll be more than satisfied with this or any other grade we handle Phone your order Home 510 Cumb S 1058Y Yards First and A Pope and Payne Fifteenth and Magnolia SOUTHERN COAL AND COKE CO INCORPORATED IT DOESNT PAYT- oargue against QUALITY Oct the BEST in the start and to satisfied In the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER MAN0PACTBRSD BY KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated hat and Rtvr Both Phone 1MT AUo operating Hoosier Wall Platter Plant LoaliYHH Ky JefferaonrIHe Ind Phone 669 1 to to to It to t It t tm wisnw aBAKIQ h KOLJ3345 Wt Green Street LIRIIt9 lCJlUll e- ii 9