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PATRONIZE Second and 6rec41 I VOLUME XXXI NO 22 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 29 1913 PRICE FIVE CENTS IPRAISES J rFor tile Venerable Archbishop I John Lancaster Smldtngc Ett of Peoria I r tt- lwo Huiiured Visiting Clergy I men Attend Golden Jubilee Celebration I I Licht Gov Edward J McDer w motts Address atthe Banquet t GREATREUTE VERY fEEBLE i Monday hundreds of the clergy and distinguished men from all parts I of the country were In Peorla to celebrate the golden jubilee of Arch bishop John Lancaster Spalding a native of Kentucky and the first Bishop of that diocese Pontifical I mass was celebrated the Cathedral being packed to Its capacity Archbishop Qnlgley of Chicago was celebrant of the mass and Arch I bishop J J Glennon of St Louis delivered the sermon Archbishop Spalding who is feeble walked to J the altar with much difficulty One of tho speakers at the ban quet given by the Knights of Colum bus was Edward J McDermott I Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky ISSpaldingsIS many Keptuckians ho expressed his I joy that the Archbishop had been spared so long for his work j I The Spalding family Mr McDermott I family in said England was a dlStl ngulshedIIIin They came to Maryland with the colonists of Lord Baltimore in search of religious liberty when it was denied in England The Spaldlngs like his own greatgrandfather and his family came from Maryland to Kentucky shortly after the Revolutionary war The Maryland immi grants were mostly Catholics and the majority of them settled not far from Louisville In the neighborhood I aeeMbraced ta the counties of JlfeJlee t r HardinT Washington and t Me e Li deedarta are fillIhpreial tt Whether Roger I i 1 ti religiousI Utiny1n Americathe t difference in dates or merit being sHghtIWill not now discuss t though I believe the glory belongs l by priority to the Calverts As soon I as the Catholic colonists of Maryland t lost control of the colony re I ligious liberty was suppressed there I as In Virginia and Massachusetts The Spaldlngs came to Kentucky I with an ardent devotion to their I faith and with an ardent love for civil and religious liberty Nobody I has ever written or spoken with more eloquence or power for the I preservation of those precious rights I than the late Archbishop Spalding I of Baltimore and the living Archbishop I Spalding In Peoria There never breathed more loyal American t citizens than these two Most of the I descendants of the Spalding pioneers I In Kentucky have been thrifty re I ligious men and patriotic citizens I The most Illustrious of the family j and one of the greatest men Ken I tucky has produced was Martin J Spalding who was at first Bishop of Louisville and later Archbishop of Baltimore theiithe highest religious office open to a uathollc in America I As a scholar priest orator author and essleslastlc he deserves a high i rank Among tho eminent men of America His preliminary education was gotten at St Marys College and St Josephs College in Kentucky but he studied four years in Rome and there got a high degree from theI university with great eclat WhenI at his fathers death he received 10000 as his inheritance a large inheritance for a member of a large family in that day he immediately spent every cent of it on the new Cathedral in Louisville His brother the Rev Benedict J Spalding also was educated in tome and was anl able learned priest and gave all hisI inheritance for the Education of poor boys Their sister Catherine Spaldlng was the first mother of that great and beneficent institution of piety charity and learning Nazareth near Bardstown Ky a splendid religious order that now has about 900 devoted and highly trained nuns who In selfimposed poverty spend their lives voluntarily in tea9hlng the young and In nursing the sick with out discrimination as to religion In many parts of America She was also the foundress of St Vincents Orphan Asylum and the admired and be loved friend of some of the most eminent Kentuckians of her day The father of the present Arch bishop was an able prosperous man and before the war a large slave owner The Archbishops mother aI Mies Lancaster of Kentucky was woman of great mental endowmentsI She and her husband were religious- Vell educated and refined Their large and comfortable home tn the country close to Lebanon was a fit home for the rearing and culture of children With such an Inheritance of talent and prestige in such an atmosphere at religious zeal learn lag arid refinement with such a precious advantage in birth and breedlitK it was natural that John f8fjetrllplttlni should have been Rnown jHfted 1Hvsn eafrer tn3ent ja jrjUnt phoUri and1 a thfjmthtfnl kI hmhltJu of broad cympa n f n J f t KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN thies andot broad vision He was born on June 2 1840 and wasJJ highly trained In American and European universities His first serious work was to build and ad minister a church in Louisville for Catholtcjnegroes His uncle when a priest had given much time to the of the negroes of his parish in Bardstown The sympathies of high minded men of their type are broad enough to enable them to be just and generous to all nationalities and de 11IIghtfulthe Life of Archbishop Spalding who died on February 6 1872 In 1877 our friend was made the first Bishop of Peoria To the great ability and zealous labors here of his brother the Rev Benedict J Spalding was due I am told the successful building of your Cathe dralWhile priest and Bishop with heavy cares upon him he has found time to deliver many Instructive eloquent sermons and orations to large audiences in all parts of our country and has published many widelyread wholesome strong books on religion education and sociology He has even found time to gratify the cravings of his spiritual and poetic nature by writing poems of his ownI and by translating skilfully Into out own language in poetic dress some of the masterpieces of song In other languages especially from the Ger man His studies his teaching and preaching and the activities of his whole life have been those of the Ideal priest as he Is strongly and beautifully portrayed in that splen did book of Cardinal Gibbons The Ambassador of Christ He has been not only the good priest but also the diligent scholar the refined gentle man the unselfish and bold champion of the toiler In the field and shop the scourge of the mere money notorietyseeker With it Iseekerand been always the Intelli American citizen When President Roosevelt was investigatejlnthe anthracite region of Pennsyl he wisely chose this humane highminded man who un derstood tho poor who could sympathize with them and who at the same time could be just to all concerned There never was a time in the history of our country when there I was greater need than now of spir itual and political and social leaders with high mental endowments with accurate and broad knowledge of the history of man and nations and gov ernments with broad vision with broad sympathies and with dauntless moral courage Every man of keen a Intelligence tcanfieeevjl tendencies 1MIVi co rafe to try Some of our ablest men are wholly absorbed by the ambition to i become rich or popular or famous Not many have the constructive abil ity necessary to stop those evil tendencies Most leaders are not boldly trying to cure the diseases I but are only trying to hide or to diminish the symptoms Some such leaders whose boldness and whose I prolific suggestions are due to a want of knowledge of what has happened I In other times or other nations are I offering all kinds of innovations InII education family life religion and government The patriotic manwho I Is sometimes almost in despair will find much light and hope In the wise words and inspiring sentiments Inr the books and orations and in theE life of John Lancaster Spalding He has never despaired His heart has never lost Its courage America is still to him the best land not only i For us but for all men who love libtt erty and religion and humanity I IMPORTANT MEETING To further aid their efforts In theII compilation of the history of the I Ancient Order of Hibernians in I Louisville and Jefferson county State I President P J Welsh and County I President W J Connell have called ai general meeting for tomorrow after noon at 2 oclock In Bertrand Hall and especially request that the divis- Ion I Secretaries past officers and allII older members bo present to give anyI data or history pertaining to any of 1the local divisions The national officers have been urging State President Welsh to forward this matter as copy for the book covering the on tire country is nearly ready for print Kentucky being one of the laggards- In furnishing its quota and the meeting tomorrow is expetced to be the last necessary step for final In formation HAPPILY UNITED The impressive but beautiful wed ding of Miss Louise Shelley and John Francis Lynch of Boston Mass was solemnized with nuptial mass Wednesday morning at 10 oclock at St Louis Bertrands church the Rev Father T J McGovern officiating The ceremony was followed by a breakfast at the home of the brides mother Mrs James J Shelley onl Oak street Mrs Wilson Welch wasI the matron of honor Misses EdithI EJwang and Georgie Klein the bridesmaids and Misses Katherine Tucker and Virginia Musselman the flower girls The groomsmen were Messrs W H Koppelman of Baltimore John A McQlarty of Boston George Wathen and James J Shelley Mr and MSs Lynch are now on an extended honeymoon trip- JEFFERSON Ilt VILLE 1 A most successful Jubilee mission his in progress at St Augustines church in Jeffersonville and every night this week the church has been thronfed with women The coming week will be for the men and Father OConnellIt1ie pastor expects the attendance tad brlh all prtviour 1MOfd1 r r ioiiwiJ BARRYI Given llmulsomo Silver Service t by Dcntocrhts of IllsttDistrictt I DUll hll1eer Makes Pres I entatloH and Pays Nice Tribute I Bull Moose Party Not YctAwar That They Are Dead and BurledC- ONTRIBUTORS ttWANT MONEYc It is an unusual occurrence to surprise a politlcan but John IIJ the Democratic Chairman of the Fourth and Fifth wards received the surprise of his life last JOHN J BARRY I Tuesday evening when he was presented with a handsome silver service set at a called meeting of then Social Democratic Club held in Tur nor Hall the presentation speech being mado by Mayor John H Buschemeyer who paid a splendid tribute to Mr Barry stating that 1 aside of his active work for the Democratic party the friendship of man of his character he valedII above all When Mr Barry rose to I rMMMc eretielt n+ovation dint irnF1her ers o o a11T u n i spite of his emotion and after exIpresing his thanks he voiced the I fact that he expected to be a frequent I caller at the City Hall In the I future as well as in the past and that those visits would always be I In the Interest of his friends and especially the Democrats of his dis trict who are always loyal to his t leadership Frank McGrath Chair man of the local Democratic Committee complimented the club for its appreciation of Mr Barrys services I and the district for its recent splendid showing stating that John t Barry and the Fourth and Fifth wards were always in splendid trim I for a campaign The speaker also referred to the handsome present I saying that it was a token that Mr Barry could hand down to posterity I but didnt go Into details on the I question of which fine of posterity Squire Ben Schulman President of I the club gave a racy description of the recnt campaign which for language I of the track would have put some of the touts to shame and I also spoke of Mr Barrys faithful services to the people of the Fourth and Fifth wards Will Holley Clerk of the Police Court also spoke and predicted continued success for the Democratic party with District Chairmen of the caliber of John J Barry and the leadership of the present City and County Chairman Frank McGrath Turkey lunch and all kinds of refreshments were served after the addresses Fire Chief Sam Rees Thomas D Claire T J Garvey Al Rosenberg John J Sullivan Charles Cherry Dr Ben Benson and Capt Jerry Hanlon acted as Reception Committee and saw that all presnt had an enjoyable eveningAlthough as announced before the local Bull iIQse party had aban doned the contest of the election on account of lack of funds it is an nounced that they propose to con tinue as a disturbing element in local politics At a meeting Txesday evening JC Armstrong one of the leaders and only a recent acqulsl Lion to Louisvilles population an nounced that they had Just enlistedl for war and Intended to begin now on a fouryears campaign for the redemption of the city tHeir first step to be the publication of a book on the story of the recent election and the alleged wrongs connecte4 I with it On a motion to use the money contributed for the proposed contest some balked at contributing Iwith no job In sight while others stated they were only willing to pay a part but the motion carried many of those present not being con tributors acceding very willingly to contribute other peoples money especially of those not present and who are expected to maker a kick when they hear of the proceeding As a matter of fact the principal part of the contest money was contributed l by a taw the bulk being contributed by Axton and another Rtnntleman who registers as a Demo crat but for some unknown reason contributed liberally + o the Bull Moose fund his contribution helm even larger than Mr Axtonl Tt is imposed that the proposed book will contain the list of contributor IJ nd photojTMphs of urh a+ riltjrr Progrewlve leaders M SamOieAI- Yel Lapatlle Filmort Tytwn Dick Q- I Murray Col Haager Labe Phelps W J Baird and Charles Byrne all exDemocrats Many people were at a loss in the recent campaign to understand why 76 per cent of the streetcar employes were supporting Axton but this is easily explained that theft support was secured through the efforts of Neal Funk of the legal department of the Louisville Railway Company he coming in personal contact dally with many motormen and conductors in the different damage suits tried in our local courts I might be added that Mr Funk was atone time men tinned as a candidate for Prosecut- Ing Attorney Pf the Police Court subject to the Action of the Democratic party The announcement of the appointment of Mayor Buschemeyers executive boards Isl Expected at any mow ment and he his shown good judge ment by giving a careful hearing to claims of differenttheamanyapplicants His and plans thus far encourage everyone believeJhat Louisville is sure of a I uatlonof jthe good government given under Mayor he- adNIPPD Is 1 a Another Malicious Menace At tuck Prove False In Every Particular sv ttfe Charges the Bishop of Wheeling With Mistreatment ofsMiner t 1 tins Been Staunch Friend and4P Generoutfjto Working People N WHAT HIS NEIGHBORS SAY V o In line wtthts policy ot seizing upon any means no matter how false or foulfe1atfcack the priests and Bishops frf the church the Menace of October 25 contained an article entitle Priestly Blood Money which charged that Bishop P J Donohueof Wheeling had c- evlctedi poornifner in Beckley W t Va for nonpayment of rept The man lit troubl jhad had hits back broken in thevl HiinesJiofviWifest riJ it pZ t accordingmto oi Menace story coqldnt wait for his rent till the man recovered and got able td work but he must have his pound of flesh now and proceeded to pounce on the mans household effects al1E he has In the world and proceeds to I sell them to the highest bidder I while the poor miner is thrown into the streetII The Central Bureau of the Central t Vereln wrote to Bishop Donohuo t calling his attention to this article I and received from him a reply in which he denies any connection with the alleged inhuman eviction and t makes the following statement in its I regardII At the time of the alleged cruelII eviction of the man in Beckley IEwas In Boston Mass Beckley is about four hundred miles distant from my home and see Wheeling W Vn I had absolutely no previous knowledge of and therefore I could in no way abet or consent to jI any such alleged cruel or inhuman action against the miner Whether i as layman priest pr Bishop I have I never in all my life been guilty ofII any such Inhumanity to a fellowI human baing I The friends and neighbors of the t Bishop in his home city of Wheel Ing without regard to nationality I or creed are witnesses to his char itable work among those In needIOut of his own personal meansofIwhich he has a regular and monthly listhe gives for the relief of such unfortunates as he is charged with oppreslng many times more than the jent of the little cottage from which the minor is said to have been evicted There is in fact scarcely a call for charity ln Wheeling or in the State of West Virginia to which he does not liberally respond In times of flood or distress of any kind helpIngIn boats to the homes of the stricken ones to cheer and comfort them He is one of the laregst contributors to the AntiTuberculosis I Fund In Wheeling and annually con tributes the sum of 360 to the As sociated Charities of that city It is at such men as the Bishop of Wheeling that the Menace and other contemporary antlCatholio publications are continually hurting the epithets oppressor tyrant toII a which these men Represent and which Is as it ever has been the true friend and comforter of the downtrodden C B SISTERS GOLDEN JUBILEE In commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of the date of Sister Euphrasias entrance Iinto the noviate of Nazareth the Sisters of 5tJo sephs Hospital at Lexington gave an entertainment for their venerable Superior Friday evening in the corn munity room of the hospital The occasion was a very happy one and Sitter Euphrasla was the recipient of many expressions pf felicitations from the Sisters as well as from outside friends in all sections of Kentucky Thousands of persona live to bless her for her many charitable acts during the half eentppof her self crlficlHs labors for the toed of the ooiamunKy ai i 1cc T VINCENTIANS of t Soclologlats Find This Charity Society True Friend of PoorII II ii Whatever Conies Into Their Pos session Goes Out For Helpless Preserve Integrity of the Homo and Prevent Family Disruption I is It HAS NO DENOMINATIONAL LINES The St Vincent de Paul Society a worldwide association of Catholic laymen the proximate object of which is to relieve the sufferings of the deserving poor Although but one of the many char- Itable institutions of the Catholic church it differs in a marked degree not only from all the rest but from all charitable organizations whatsoever With the winter comes the season for its greatest activity and therefore its work and methods may interest the charitably inclined The constitution of the society is in the extreme Any practicing Catholic man is eligible for membership and every member gives his services freely with no hope of perquisite or reward Drafting as It does from all Classes of society it is yet like the church a vast democracy All have an equal share in its deliberations and all meet upon common ground A worldwide organization such as thls must of necessity consist of a large number of units in cohesion The unit of the society is the conference which is attached to its parish church and the field of whose Jurisdiction is coextensive with the boundaries of the parish The officers consist of President Vice President Secretary and Treasurer while the pastor of the parish or some clergyman delegated by him acts as spiritual director The conference meets once a week to and discuss Its cases and to transact whatever business is proper fo it All applications for relief are made to the conference Upon j receipt of vuch application tk ecl Ytilied1 X i1L who afterprovtrig forltsrlmme- diate needs report Its circumstances at the next meeting The conference then decides whether or not it Is worthy of adoption and if what shall be the measure of relief It Is then placed In the hands of two of the members who visit the applicant weekly bringing whatever sum of money or grocery tickets the conference has seen fit to grant and reporting regularly Upon its progress t- It is the great aim of all conferences to preserve the Integrity ol the homa and It Is tn tAt end that the visitors bend all their efforts when the family Is in danger of disruption t When such danger is averted the efforts of the visitors are directed toward Improving the case so that it may eventually become E selfsubsisting In doing this many exigencies arise which de mand the exercise of both tact and judgment on the part of the visitors There may ben family of delicate children whose parents are perhaps Indolent or Intemperate To what extent do the claims of the children t on the societys charity Justify It In pauperizing the parents Again there may be a wayward child which the society is reluctant to commit tq an Institution yet which J must in some way or other be corrected I It is for the visitor to de 1 cide the means Situations must frequently be obtained for those I who areIdle through no fault of their own or for those In delicate health who are working amidst unfavorable conditions and in this regard In times of panic or business depression the resources of the con I ference are often taxed to the utmost Few visitors fail to find families In which one or more members are Infected with tuberculosis They must be removed of course toIsuch hospitals as will afford proper treatment and It Is not Infrequent to meet with opposition especially on the part of parents So also the sick must be cared forclothes and shoes provided especially in cold weather and those who are aged as wall as Infirm committed to homes All this Is In the visitors hands and for the proper execution of which they are responsible to the confer enceAlthough the Society never draws the denominational line but helps freely the poor faU religions as well as those of no religious faith yet there are many distinctly spir itual works which It accomplishes in Catholic families Many a child isI sent to the Sundayschool through Its efforts and many a family brought back sometimes after on absence of many years to the reg ular and frequent observance of their duties The members of the St Vincent de Paul Society find a large and fruitful field for their activities in the various hospitals and Institutions for all classes of unfortunates The Inmatesl of these are personally visited literature is freely distributed and not a few are brought back tothe performance of their religious duties The individual conferences de fend mainly and In many cases en tirely upon the receipts from the i poorboxes in their parish churchesI CsthoBcconRrerations themselves from tUe humbler walks I life it is a curious and not unin teresting fact that with us the poor are largely helped by the poor and that the St Vincent do Paul Society acts for them in the capacity of custodian as well as dispenser of their offerings There Is much temporal as well as spiritual value In this for it tends to make the Vincentlan use the utmost care in his disbursements and to put him constantly on his guard against deception and unworthiness and to prevent the real purpose of the so ciety from being subverted by pauperizing or pensioning And now the question remains what is the most distinct contribution which the society makes to organized charity as a whole Many answers might be given and they would probably be to a greater or less de gree correct That it is first and foremost a laymans organization that drafting Its members equally from the ranks of high and low it yet an absolute democracy that is served without salaries or perquisites of any kind thus insuring I that every dollar contributed- to it will be used directly for one or other of Its good works that it avoids ostentation or selfadvertise mentThese qualities are all peculiar toI the Society of St Vincent de Paul and would in themselves be amply sufficient to distinguish it from all others yet Is there one note which stamps it with an individuality far more striking than all of these nndtthat is the motive which stands behind all its works and which is the source and the dccaslon for them all That motive is supernatural and to the Vincentlan this Is no mere sentiment but a profound and vital reality He is never unconscious of it never forgets that while his Immediate object is to doII for others yet the end of it all is selfsanctlf cation never expects any regard in the natural order to compensate him for his labor and pains Is never dismayed even if Ingratitude and occasional failure are the only response that his efforts can evoke It Is by thus working with purely natural instruments yet with a motive and an end transcending nature altogether that this Intersecting as it were ofB the human element with the divine makes the Society of St Vincent de Paul Just what it is I SACRED HEART CHURCH I Perhaps never In the history of any local parish has such a successful a Trlduum and retreat been held t as the one which closed last Sunday evening at the Sacred Heart church Seventeenth and Broadway Each morning and evening during the services the edifice was crowded with people making the jubilee 1 dwJth inter at o e- rbeadtifultandlsoal 1 irlKner11 11j I delivered by the Rev Tather Cyril the eloquent Passlonist missionary who has few equals His message at the evening service at the closeII of the retreat was strong and eloquent It was art appeal to thosetwho had made the jubilee to persevere t in doing right and persevere to the end He reviewed the purpose I of the trlduum expressed his gratefulness at its success and exhorted I the people to ask God for help and I grace to overcome sin and never to I despair Following the sermon was E the impressive ceremony of the pro t fesslon of faith and the renewing of t the baptismal vows concluding with I the benediction The Rev Patrick E Walsh pastor of the Sacred Heart church is being congratulated on every side for the results of the I Trlduum and retreat which brought- to the altar over 900 of his people I I OPEN MEETINGSI I I At the meeting of Division 4 A Oi H on Monday evening In Ber I trand Hall County President W J Connelly who was present advoII cated the more frequent holding ofII open meetings and believed that theyII did wonders in the upbuilding of theI order and also brought about a- more I fraternal spirit of the members President John Hennessy andI Vice President Thomas Lynch in this dorsed division celebrations along line especially in conjunction with initiations and suggested that as a great many applications were now on hand Division 4 arrange torI an affair of this kind Immediately after the holidays Michael Doyle Chairman of the Visiting Committee proved himself quite a philan thropist by volunteering to pay the dues of several delinquents until the close of the year Election of officers will be held at the next meet- Ing of the division on Monday De cember 8 EMZABETHTOWN St James church at Elizabethtown presented a brilliant scene Tuesday morning when MIss Jessamine Rlhn became tbe bride of Emmet Mc Namara the Rev Father Hugh Daly the pastor and Father T Ji Haye- slof Bowling Green being the offl elating clergymen Miss Nell De Vries of Bowling Ctreen was the maid of honor and the groomsmen I were Messrs Nick Hartig of fowling Green Claude Wiseman oft Hlzabethtown Harry Heller andI Joseph Dannehold of Louisville Following the church ceremony there was a wedding breakfast and largely attended receptiont for theI bridalI party INVITED TO CHICAGO Nelson OShaUghriessy Charge dAffafres at Mexico City has made a lilt with thQ Chicago Irish Fellow ship Club In a resolution adopted at the Hotel La Salle last week the club Sent him a verbal bouquet and an Invitation to dine and speak The Rev Father Maurice J Dorsey Speaker William McKInley Charles Red pools manager of the Philadelphia National baseball club and Dr Isaac A Aitt were the speakers at the mHtlu 1 i t WE DO PRINTINGFIRST Give Tlil Office Tomr Next Order VIOLENCE t Has Proved Larklns Undoing and Failure of Ills Plan of Campaign Dublin Opinion Steadily Grow ing Harder Against Ills Methods Tories Are Beaten and Ready to Accept Terms of Com promise REDMONDS SUCCESSFUL TOUR Cabling the American press tho T P OConnor Insists that James Larkins Intemperate language and the absence of any settled or Intelligible campaign have produced- an unfavorable Impression and his attempt to force the trained and sane union leaders of England Into syndicalism have failed The situation In Dublin still remains bad but may rapidly Improve as Dublin opinion outside Larkins own or ganization seems steadily growing harder against his methods The housing and other conditions of Dub life undoubtedly have Impressed- the national imagination and have won for Liarkfiin much sympathy in England but his speeches and tho examination into conditions on the spot by correspondents of the London press are producing considerable reaction against him Though Larkin thus looms so largely home rule still continues to create Intense oven feverish Interest Big meetings are still addressed by 7 the political leaders John Red mond has made a tour through the English cities which has produced an immense impression and lifted him almost to the position of British as well as Irish leader and favorite The Intensity of interest is Increased by the knowledge that we have reached moment when the Tories realize that they are beaten and show some readiness to accept terms of compromise but they are not yet In a suffi ciently chastened state of mind to suggest any terms that either Asquith or Redmond could look at 1 The Tories also continue to campaign apsW4elyapselatiatkMb008 w 5 ready for use In Ulster As the Tories are not j make anything like a rea and as Asquith is quite d to receive but uot initiate oi there is a pause in the negotiations and both sides continue to play for vantage ground Desperate attempts on the part of the Tories to forco the hands of the Government by wire pulling in the press are continuous For example the Times this week announced that Asquith had offered the temporary exclusion of Ulster to the Tories and the Pall Mall Gazette Improved on this by adding that the exclusion would last for twentyfive years This report spread alarm and anger in equal degree both among English Liberals and Irish Nationalists The rank and file of the British Liberals at this moment are fiercely against compromise in any shape for Sir Edward Carson has hardened and exasperated the Liberal opinion so much that any suggestion of retreat at this moment might prowee duce a serious revolt In the Liberal ranks Ulster Nationalists are shocked by the prospect of being put under the heel of the Orange bigots for an indefinite length of time These reports had not one word of Foundation and Official denial of s them was sent to the press by the MinistryMeantime there is also another and remarkable current running through the Tory ranks for accom modation on quite different lines A significant glimpse of this new tendency is shown III tho Times article and In Lord Lansdownes speech Both threw cold water on the idea of the exclusion of Ulster and offered suggestions for modifying the Irish measure so as to make h fit In with the general scheme oT federation or in other words with home rule all round This probably would mean a suggestion that the Postoffice and limited control of cus toms in the present bill would be de nounced and perhaps there may be a demand for further diminution of the powers of the Irish Parliament- I do not anticipate that any seri ous advance toward finding a Formula of accommodation will be made for a long time yet perhaps not till the bill Is within A few weeks of being placed on the statute book but I feel sure that the formula will be found ultimately and that the home rule bill with modifications that Ireland may accept Is now safe This Is largely due to the failure of all Tory hopes drawn from their vic tory in Reading that there Is any tidal wave in the British constituen cies against home rule and the proof even at Reading that although defeated there the Liberals still haveosuch ubstantlal and general support from the Scotch voters that they canproceed calmly to put home rule on the statute book with or without Tory assent i AUGUSTA lThe Right Rev Bishop Mass of Covlngtpn will visit Augusta onv December 2 and administer the sacrament ef confirmation to a largel class frt Ilt AttKUitiifcB chtireb 6 KENTtJOKY RISH AlMERIOAN iI KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflli ta iT CatbeilcaiedOfficially iDdoned by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young UMB Institute sad Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Ptabllehre UBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLB COPY ge fiatrod at th LcMlirlll Ptllee uuoedClue JTitUr r iMMMiHCMMMlu Mi to 1M KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN J 1921 West drew St LOUISVILLE KySATURDAy NOVEMBER 291913j AVOKDS T1IAT COUNT Carrollton Kyt Nov 10 1018 Kentucky Irish American Louisville UyDear Sirs In closed find check for 1 sub scripUon to August 23 1013 Pardon mo for not sending sooner Think your paper wetter than over and is doing a lot of good for Catholicism Yours very truly O A Hill I HAVE A CARE U This is the season of the yea when Louisville becomes afflicted with fake sample or cheap stores They are conducted by slid Itinerant bunco men who are simplY here for a holiday cleanup Our readers are warned to beware ot them Do your Christmas shopping with the merchants who are with us the year round GOOD NEWS latest dispatches from Belfast Ireland are that Premier Asquitl Intend the home rule bill to pass Into law as It now stands That IIs what he told a delegation of Ulster Liberals on Wednesday The dele gation visited him to protest against the exclusion of Ulster from the provisions of the measure This means that the Irish Parliament that will met In Dublin next year wll represent a united Ireland with a r justlclrto all its subjects This last declaration should forver settle the hODlejule With an audience composed o the Junior Order of United American Mechanics last Sunday evening Rev 1David iBrunlng pastor of the Ger man Evangelical church on Wes reef spoke onthtteadI- ble In the public school that the Bible is not rature and all objec iue grounds of sectarianism e false referring of course to the objections of Jews and Catholics to the reading of the Protestant Bible In the schools The attention of the speaker is called to the more dignified and liberal sentiments of Rev Dr W W Landrum pastor of the Broadway Baptist church who expressed himself as follows The Bible some say is not a sectarian book but kiwis word the only revelation of his will meant for all and unfair and unkind to none Others loudly declare that the Bible Is not a iProtestant book but broadly Christian and so should be acceptable to all Christians and indeed to all good men In reply f wish to affirm with distinctness and positiveness that If by the Bible you mean the English version the King James version usually Iread in Protestant churches then t the Bible beyond question is a Protestant translation With equal confidence I say that the Douay version of the Vulgate is a Roman Catholic translation used by the Roman Catholics only and declared tby them to be the only true version of the original Scriptures If then I put in the Schools my Bible by force and all action by Government Is force for in the last analysts all governments rest on force I violate Jlb9 law of love I do not treat my tik brother as I would have my brother treat me- Between the two views expressed above all sensible and fairminded men are bound to coincide with Dr Landrum but possibly ReyvBrunlng wag endeavoring to please the Junior audience who are great opponents of sectarianism in case an opportu nity is given to vent their A P A spleen upon tho Catholics v CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY Cardinal Gibbons makes an earnest appeal for the Catholic University for which the annual collection will bo taken up on the tint Sunday in Advent The follow ing urtrMt from the Cardinals letter tort j before the people the importaaen of this collection Ai tie first Sunday in Advent draws BlfM the day on which our jbatholie people are wont to cox JribuUl to the annual collection for the Catholic University pf America iauf moved to appeal moat earnestly to the matnbera of our Amerienn I Mr w6ajrK I1to oue1wyt and people for a continuance of the support they hate M generoujdr given us In the pott This1 support I n has made it possible for the university to live through the trying perIod ot Infancy and to reach the present conditions in which it his become an honor to our Catholic people visible source of public benefits of the highest order an evidence that American Catholics appreciate the practical uses of a higher education given under the auspices of our venerable religion and are willlnt and anxious to make great sacrifice for it in the interest of tooth Church and State Our Holy Father Plus X Is most deeply concerned for the present growth and the future de velopment of our university 1In which he recognizes one of thi principal agencies of Holy Church tor the formation of a highly cultivated priesthood and a grea body of laymen properly trained In all departments of learning and deeply devoted to the Interests of the Catholic religion in our beloved country JUTS HARD Dr Thomas OHngan noted Catholic writer scoring the Catholic press regrets thab the reading of Catholic Journals or the purchasing of Catholic books has not at all yet become a chronic habit with our Catholic people nor has the appre elation of Catholic journalism yet become so marked that the Catholic editor is regarded worthy of ia paltry largor than that of a paper hanger or stenographer The necessity for an able and wel supported Catholic press called from him the thought thatua Httli persecution might do the Catholics of this country some good and iIt mqy indeed come sooner than we JUnk The secular press does not Really care a fig for us except so tar as wo touch Its pocketbook Take for instance the shameful crusade of malign misrepresentation carried on against the church during the past two years by such sheets as the Menace The powerful secular dailies that p9s Jas morairarbiteriiand Jimpartial guides and claim toI hold the conscience of the people In their keeping have had scarcely Ii word of rebuke or criticism for the viperous crew that have been and are engaged in this nefarious and unAmerican work Why have they been silent when nearly a quarte of our American citizens have beet assailed maligned and misrepresented Are the few dollars of bigots coming to their coffers of more worth to them than the triumph of truth and justice The secular press of this country Jf It wished could put such sheets as the Menace out of business in one month Why does it not do so SHOULD NOT FORGET We remind our readers of the fact that they should not forget their duty to the merchants and their clerks in the matter of early Christmas shopping It Is now but a few weeks to Christmas and the bulk of the Christmas buying should be done at least the week before It is the persons who have no sym pathy for the clerks in the store who doter their Christmas buying to the two or three days just before the great Christian holiday Make a special effort this year to complete all your Christmas buying early and if we all accomplish this we will have given the movement for closing the stores on Christmas eve a great boost JUSTLY BARRED Chicago Recently started to teach IX hygiene to the children In her public schools Doctors are giving he lectures The National League for Medical Freedom decided to educate the parents on the subject and concluded to send copies of the ame talks to them The postal minorities refuse to send the lectures through the malls In the face if this somo persons still declare hat it can not hurt the children to hear these Instructions The stuff I l too filthy to go through Uncle- Siams channels yet it is being toured into the minds of Innocent oungsters Faddists might eland tor this but sod wont j Cardinal Seraphin VannutelH ubdean of the Sacred College was eventynine rears old Tuesday From the Hierarchy na11 parts of tno world 3be received messages of ongratuktjon Only another veek rename for Akinc the jubibe Tkecondition- npoeed for ita Making are easy iad every CathoUe lshojOd obtain the tUMinfi teaII 0 tj t rlllIIS0GiETy 1 Miss Nellie Ward visited in Shelb vllle last week the guest of Mrs Ed D ShinnickMiss Belger entertained the past week with a linen showed for Miss Lorotta Keegan i Miss Margaret Malones gues Miss Margaret Murphy has returned to her home in Cincinnati Mrs John Meagher had as guest last week Mrs Michael J Meaghe and Mrs Llbbie Meagher of Frank fqrt Mrs Charles OBrien had as her guest for the past week her daughter Mrs William Thurman of Sonora Mrs Thomas Brady of Indianapolis is here torn two weeks vlslt to her parents Mr and Mrs John Alderson Milss Margaret Connlf of Irvin ton has been spending the past week here with her sister Mrs Ethel Connlff Elliott t Miss Margaret Flynn entertains the Portland Card Club on Friday evening in her apartment at the Cath olic Womans Club Martin McGee and wife and Burch Hagan and wife have returned from Fairfield where they were guests ot Mrs Sam Simpson Sylvester Ford and bride who are on an Eastern honeymoon trip wul return next week and be ai home at 517 West Oak street Miss Emma Gilroy ot Lexington arrived hero the first of the week to spend Thanksgiving with Mrs Annl Sweet Crescent Hill Miss Camille Semonin of Jefferson town has been entertaining for Miss Isabel Downs of Clark her guest for the past week Mesdames William Higgins and Mollie Russell were last week the guests of Mrs Annie Talbott at the Talbott House Bardstown Mrs John Boleman and son Alfre and Mr and Mrs Dave Wells en toyed a delightful weekend visit wIth Mrs T R Lentsch on Haldemanave nue Mrs John Tully of Tar Hill has been enjoying a delightful visit wit her parents Mr arid Mrs Wllllai Dupln Twentyfifth and Griffith avenue Charles Melvin McCann announce the engagement of his daughter Mis Mary Agnes McCann to Edwin H Haag The wedding will take place In the spring v Mrs James Sower and children parIhntsand spent Thanksgiving with Mr andt Mrs J Sower TMr and Mrs DT Lynch who were here to attend the Lynch Shelley wedding and were at the Cortlandt have returned to thel home in Boston Miss Loretta C Keegan dnd John A Downes were married Wednesda evening at Holy Name church South Louisville Rev Father OConno performing the ceremony 1 1Jack McAvoy of Seattle Wash arrived this week from New York to Join Mrs McAvoy who is visiting her sister Mrs John Oetken 1725 Eas Market street New Albany Mrs Henry Terstegge and family rave removed from their home at Silver Hills back of New Albany Inid taken an apartment for the wlnte In the WelssingerGanlbert Mr and Mrs Thomas McGrath announce the engagement of their laughter Miss Viola McGrath to Laurence R Kroger The wedding will take place in December Mr and Mrs Matthew Brennan nnpunce the engagement of their Laughter Miss Mary E Brennan to Charles Emmet Fitzpatrick The marriage will take place January 14 Miss Mary A Masters who was maid of honor at the ClarkSmar wedding at St Charles Borromei hurch on Thursday of last week has eturned to her home at Bardstowi unction Mrs John Bywater Deer Park entertained on Tuesday for the following ladies Mis Roy Wharton Henry Coehler Al Bywater JW Raley Edward Langan J G Campbell J W Quest and John Chreste Miss Amy Breslln who is attend- Ing the State University at Lexington was home to visit her parents Mr and Mrs Frank J Breslln and had with her as guests Misses Amy Warder of Crescent Hill Elizabeth Iplegrove of Ashland and Sara Dell of Madisonvillet One of the happiest of the 1 Thanksgiving day weddings was hat of Miss Edna Mary Hanger and Jdward M Thobenfc solemnized at Stt Louis Bertrands churchThab- rIde is the daughter of exChief of Police and Mrs J H Haager and is a young lady of many accomplishments and popular In her social set The groom is yell known and con acted with the Federal Sign and Jlectrlo Company After the ceremony the bride and groom left for a two weeks honeymoon trip to Wash- Ington New York and the East Many friends extend them congratulations and wishes for a happy mar rledUte WHERH CHURCH GROWS That the Catholic church is grow ng in Arkansas it evidenced by the equent dedication of now churches In the diocese Last Kigtckiy thee Di41oa1Admnty one fthD w charebes r 41 u ONE DOLLAR month keeps you on the payroll In event of disability caused by sickness or accident Cart you afford to be without this pro tfCtIpZla Fiske OHara and Ethel Von Waldron in a Scene From IIIn Old Dublin Macauleys First Half of Next Week built by that tireless missionary i Father Mathew From Ola Bishop RussellIvlllededicated a small church in a mining settlement The next Sunday another dedication and confirmation tour will be made On this clay the Bishop will dedicate a church at McGehee Dermott and Warren therefore on Sunday November 30 he will go the previous Sunday one better and dedicate three churches At Dermott on that day he will ad minister the Bacrament of confirma tion PASTORS ARE ICHANGED There was much surprise mingles with rejoicing and regret in Jeffer Bonville when it became known Tuesday that the Rev John OCon nell pastor of St Augustine chUrch had received notice fron Right Rev Bishop Chartrand of his appointment to the Irremovable rectorship of St Patricks church li Indianapolis Father OConnel had endeared himself to all classes In Jeffersonville Catholic and Protestant whose prayers will fol low him when he departs to take up his labors in his new field Father OConnell has been pastor of St Augustines church since January 14 1900 He will be succeeded bj the Rev Michael Halpln of Brad ford Harrison county Ind As pas tor of St Patricks church he will Succeed Father Brucker who re signed because of ill health Bishop Denis ODonaghue of Louisville formerly was in charge of this church Father OConnell prepared tor the priesthood at St Melnrads In Spencer county He was ordained In indiana polls March 18 1893 and was sent to St Augustines church In jeffersonville ai assistant to the Rev Ernest Audran and remained there until 1896 when the was named chaplain at St Marys in tho Woods near Terre Haute Father LOogootee1IndFather OConnells pastorate In Jef fersonville In 1903 St Augustines church was burned after it had been remodeled at a heavy cost A new building was erected at a cost of about 40000 and the church now Is in a god financial condition The now pastor of St Augustines is thirtythree years old and has been in the priesthood ten years Father Halpin Is expected to assume his pastorato about December 7 SAENGERBUND The 1914 Saengerbund which meets here next June and for which tho local Saengerfest Association has established offices In the Courier Journal building will be the fourth entertained in Louisville in sixty years the first one in this city hay- Ing been held in 1852 and the lest in 1877 Preparing for the singers is no small task There are 176 singing societies with a membership of 6000 persons in the North American Fed ration and practically all of these bodies have been heard from and are expected to attend A chorus of 5000 voices will over something different from anything in the nature of i convention Louisville ever has en tertained Prof Anthony Molengraft Df this city and Louis Ebrgott of Cincinnati both experienced in con lucting choruses have acceptedcon tracts for their services AS festival directors This XIII be the greatest German gathering ever held in Kentucky or south of the Ohio river VICAR GBNBRAL DIBS The Right Rey Monnlgnor Joseph Mullen Vicar General of the Wheeling diooes and rector of the huroh of the Iramaaulate Coaeey ItJo Wheeling died Xoaday ef pnwi tonic He aa MTftfttnthre yearn otc TRANSYLVANIACASUALTY E N Canada enl Suptl nL Bruner President Sixth Floor Paul Jones Building KNIGHTS OF IflLIJMBUS Ute News That Will Interes Members Here and Elsewhere The fourth degree was exemplified Thursday in Buffalo Last Sunday a large class WM initiated at Keokuk Iowa instituteromorrow The Knights of Cleveland Ohio are arranging for a building of their ownLittle Rhode Island had a net gain of fortyfour for the month of OctoberTwentyfive candidates receive the first degree Monday night in In dianapolis Last Sunday week 100 Knights re ceived holy communion at St Mary chUrch Richmond Ind The acting Mayor Chief of Police and Deputy Sheriff of Astoria Ore are members of the order Wives and daughters of the Knights of Uniontown have formed ia club for the purpose of entertaining Ninetyone councils have failed to pay their prd rata for the Catholic University fund New York State be lag credited with onefourth Under the auspices of the new Nativity Council a grand musica vespers will be held tomorrow nigh in Nativity church New York City There was an initiation Sunda week at Pendleton Ore and at the mass preceding the ceremonies Bishop OReilly preached thevsermon Under the auspices of Evansvllli Knights the Rev Bertram ll Con way of the Paullst fatherswUl conduct a two weeks mission for nonCatholics the first part of Fob ruary RAPIDLY DECREASING Very Rev Father T S McGovern prior of St Louis Bertrands church Issued a financial report this pas week showing that In the past twen tytwo months and a half 21501 had been paid on the church debt leaving the present debt of 5300 which at tho present rate will bi wiped out entirely in a short time The debt collection which is taken ui In the church on the third Sunday of each month has averaged about 510 during Father McGoverns ad ministration MEMORIAL MASS County President W J Connelly of the Ancient Order of Hibernians urges all local members of the order and Ladles Auxiliary to be present if possible at the 630 oclock mass tomorow morning at St Patricks church this to be a memorial mass for deceased members of the order and will be read by the County Chaplain Very Rev J P Cronin V0 NEWPORT Newport Catholics and Protestants eel deep sympathy for Rev Father George OBryan of the Church of the Immaculate Conception whose aged and respected father Patrick Bryan died last Saturday at his tome 619 Patterson street Sunday and Monday there was a constant tream of callers including the Holy Name Society In a body who cameo the residence to offer condolence and pay the final tribute to their de arted friend The funeral services rere held Tuesday mOrning from the rarfuHSulate Conception church hither OBryan ibeing the celebrant f tbe solemn hlph maw of requiem n CASUALTY INSURANCE MACAULEYS THEATREThree Nights Commencing Monday December 1 Matinee Wednesday Augustus Pitou Jr Presents the Famous Singing Actor FISK OHARAIN THE BEAUTIFUL COMEDY ROMANCE IN OLD DUBLINBY AUGUSTUS PITOU Author of Sweet Inniscarra Garret OMagh and in Old Limerick Town Etc EtIExcellent Acting Company Beautiful Stage Pictures A Production of Unusual MeritIHear OHaras New Songs Peggy Gilroy Oh hay of Dublin Love at Last Rose Rose Rose and The Miasmal Boy HONEST AllT- HROUGH Duchess Made of the finest smoothest closest grained leathers is possible to procure Over footformed lasts Depend itIability sticks out allover them SHOE TO THE FAMILYVOLZ MICHAEL Ii N NNN N NNNN NNNN IIIIWere I and in FirstClass Style ilI Cards Bill Heads Letter HeadqCirculars Dodgers Etc i Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty HOME PHONE 946 IRISH 1319 wxneT GREEN ST EET NATI0NAL I REAL VAUDEVILLE JON AND ELLA GALVh AND COMPANY OF 20 Musical Comedy ArtistsO In Little MJss MlxUp 6 OTHER STAR ACTS6 Matinee All Seats 100 Ni4 utlOoand20c INTO TRUE FOLD The Rev Henry B Sanderson formerly of Milwaukee has resigned the pastorato of the Episcopal churches at Oakfield and North Fond du Lac Wis and will enter a Cath olic semluary to study for the priest hood He will be accompanied by the Rev Sigourney Fay who a short time ago left the diocese of Fond du Lac where ho was rector of an Episcopal church until he entered the true fold I WOMANS EYE I IFORBlack velvet is now out of favor for millinery purposes i Coats may be what one likes for really every sort is ito be seen The new high toques will all be raised on the right side not on the left as usual For muffs and stoles leopord skin combined with black fox gives splendid results Tailored costumes have lost the eccentricities that Were displayed early in tho season Skirts are apparently as clinging as over even though much more material Is put into them There has been every kind of anI effort made to revive the largo hat but so far without success I The latest novelty IBtheMlirle Stuart collar a sort of adaptation from the popular Medici shape and made of Mlchlla laeee jThe tailored costumes seen on the street now are almost as severely plain as they were last season and it is only these that smart women are wearing I IAfter a prolonged season of small bowl shapes preeeed down close on the head Partelennes are now go Ing to wear toques very much raised atone side- Dont erowd your Christmas shop ping into one whole day set apart for the oMBton As with vwwythmg eleeth t wtoiefc is dope hurriedly I o 1 1ti lc w co Shoes For Ladies II 336 WestI WEWANTYOURWORKWere PRINTING KENTUCKY AMERICAN OdrMUlt8I GAYETY THEATER OB Wk Commencing SlUldar Matins WORLDS FAMOUS MORALITY PLAY A FOOL THERE WAS ROBERT HILLIARDS greatest suc cess A drama of quality A story of passion and power Played one entire year at the Liberty Theater New York Notable company and production PRICES Sunday Matinee lOo 2Ec I5o and Soc Tuesday Thursday and Satur day Matinees 1000 seats at lie Mights toe 25c 86c BOo and 7Sc WALNUT ST THEATER tOe VAUDEVILLEAND soy IFEATURE PHOTO PLAYS 1 to 1z307 to 11 Vaudeville Bill changed Sunday and ThursdayPhoto changed every day M REICHERT FOR p CLOTH GLASS OR ANY KIND OF SIGNSArtistic Decorations Etc Call Home Phone City 205 CENTRAL FURNITURE CO Incorporated N W Cor Third sad Green su We furnish the home com plete on easy payments WM CALLAflHAN Mir Serea Dot 50000 CATHOLIC CHILDREN- are BOW reading the Child Apostle It Is a HWHthly magaztee of twoHty four pages of stories pictures etcn Jut for the chUdre It costs only tweBtyflve ceata a year Isat your boy or girl worth haying a little raagazlae aUthefrew Sead twentyfive seats im cola or ItaMpI for a years mVseriitttoB er ask for a lM1p1e oofy AddraMt- CTB CHILD A3POTL 11M IbOonnlek jBtdff Cfcte o DL S a- a II ILENTUOKY Sa RI GRAN W SMITHS SON I AL S SMITH PROP Funeral Director and Embalmer BOTH PHONES 810 i i 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET fill H IHH IHHH 1111111111111 IIII THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director Iin and EmbalmerI 1221 WEST MARKET STREETsTELEPHONE CITY 365 1111 n 4- rHOME PHONE SS CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORSI AND EMBALMERS 822 mast Main Street i i I I JuS I I tf+ostr E cw+taoN +axxvIi tot DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH PHONESICCumb Main 2098a Homo City 200S I l 1 u Hlnlll1nSZnU ttn l 1 OL- DFORTUNArBOURBON THE PHIL HOLLENBAGH CO J INCORPORATED I DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS 1MPORTE 1111 I I 1 I I I I I 11 I 1 1111 oS It i III I 111 +1 111 I I i 111 ZTNK WINES AL BIOLB AGNESIiIi IIL1QUORSI CIGARSII t s Z1 110 i I S I II II n I I 1111 I III S III 1 lun H + x DR J T CHAWK I1 fi z Veterinary S Infirmary z 713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET TelipbowsCw b S 299i Horn City 2399 Xoo BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE II McKenna Distiller Fairfield Kj Ii w uu shapeellcaCall and see us HERRMANN BROS IMPORTKRS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS DtetUbnaid Wholesale Deal ers la Flnett Brands of JKeti wtky Wkkklet eepeolally Pearl of Nelson ItdUP IN OMDY MSffcM 1ff4V+ l1r KTN flNiT 4N BEDDING PLANTS1 Geraniums Roses- heleotroPa Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOBSCIIULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Pfcdttta 223 sHre jrrnra set cHAtHa flee will ttufttt 1MM fee Stn 5T XAVIER5 COLLEGE IM 1C faeelweaeelev9geYY- Qe4wia by tkXTedM PNraNNtla ir atl e1e o ri NOMINATIONS Mackin Council V M I had the largest attendance of the yJaar at the meeting Monday night brought out by the proposition to create the office of Resident Secretary at a salary of 600 per year and the nomination- of officers President Frank Adams occupied the chair and obligated nine new members while three other were elected and seven reported favorably Seb Dlttmeler was reported Ill his being the only name now on the list The proposition torpay the Secretary 600 and remain regularly at the club house was dis cussed at length and met with favorllI but that the bylaw governing the office might be safely drawn the amendment was referred to a com mittee composed of Charles Raid Robert T Burke John T Kehney Ben Sand and W A Link who wlll report Monday night After tne unanimous selection of Rev Francis Felten of St Augustines church as Chaplain the following were placed nomination for the election to be held at the next meeting PresidentGeorge J Thornton First Vice PresidentJohn T Kenney I Second Vice President Fred Recording SecretaryJohn Barry Corresponding SecretaryLeo Rie gelFinancial Secretary Will Cassln George J Laut- zTreasurerSeb Hubbuch Marshal John Keane Inside SentinelRaymond Riuule Frank Donohue Will Schott I Outside SentinelEdward Grat zer Joe Stewart Frank Lanahan Shelley George Dwyer Executive Committee George Simonis Frank G Adams John Linn Frank Guyer Will Buckel Will Link Charles Schuler Robert Osborne Walter Coakley- Medical Examiners Dr A R Bizot l r M Casper and Dr William Dwyer the three composing the board BISHOPS BIRTHDAY Last Sunday the Right Rev Ed J ODea Bishop of the Seattle diocese Quietly celebrated the fifty seventh anniversary of his birth but not without receiving congratulatory messages from all parts of the country and words of cheer from his widely scattered flock Bishop ODea was consecrated September 8 1896 and under his administration his dio which comprises the State of Washington has made remarkable progress There are 168 priests and I 265 churches with twentysix col1 J leges and academies orphan asylums hospitals homes for aged poor In dian school houses of the Good J Shepherd homes for working girls and a Catholic population of over T 90000 AUSPICIOUS OPENING The new National Theater Fifth and Walnut the laregat and best equipped In the South had an aus picious opening Monday night and If the bills for the past and next iek are a criterion of what Man er Leo Goldberg will present acre this season its success Is 01C oady assured For next week the headline number will be John and Ella Galvin and their company ofI twenty musical comedy artists in Little Miss MixUp one of t eI best attractions ever brought to Louisville In addition there will be six other star pets at every performance The National isa beauti ful theater and a visit is worth more than the price of admission ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED The engagement of William OShaughnessy son of Mr and IrsI Peter OShaughnessy of York streetI Newport to Miss Marie Vuhleln theI attractive and accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs Julius Vuhleln ofI Walnut Hills Cincinnati has been announced The wedding which will be a brilliant society event will be solemnized next June The groom elect is one of Newports leading andI most popular young men I FIREMAN ADVANCED J Martin McNally for many years a valiant member of the local fire de partment and for some time past with the No 16 Engine Company has been rewarded for faithful serv ice by being promoted to the Cap taincy pf the No 13 Engine Com pany The appointment was madeI to fill the vacancy created by the re tirement of Capt Martin Pooling and was announced on Friday by Chairman Edward Tierney of theI Board of Safety I HENRY BELL CHOSEN Henry Bell was reelected Bond Recorded for a term of four years by the Judges of the Jefferson Cir SaturdaymorningBond Recorder for the last four years having been elected by the oflWrl ices have proved such as to entitle him to the second term CATHOLIC KNIGHTS This order established In 1877 has more than 600 branches scat tered over fortytwo States and a membership which Is steadily increasing Among its members aro one Cardinal two Archbishops fit teen Bishops and 800 piJests It has paid since organization to July II 1 1913 death claims 1836948760 Its resources at lat ter date were 113384043 HEAVY MATERNITY BONUS Areturn for the past twelvemonths shows that claims under the Australian maternity bonus act passed by the Labor Government have been paid to the amount of 607915 Every woman In Australia on the birth ofa child can claim a bonus of Uobut It was not Intended or expected that mothers In good circumstances would claim the amount Very many pf them however hay done so and that ac counts for so Tare an expenditure It WM intended that the bonna should be applied for only by three In necessitous clreumsUacec and the r J ri br SOCIETY DIRECTORY A 0H1 DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays President Thomas W Tarpy Vice President Daniel McCarthy Recording Secretary Walter Cu Ick Financial SecretaryJoseph Jar rellTreasurerThomas Keenan BergeantatArns Henry McDer mottSentinelJohn Keane DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Williams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresIdentC JFordVice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary Daniel OKeefeFinancial Secretary John T KenneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION S Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentHugh Hourlgari Vice President John M Maloney Recording SecretaryJohn P PriceFinancial Secretary John J Hes Ion 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 Secretary Thomas J anganRecording Secretary John JII t arryTreasurerPatrick Cooley SergeantatArms Thomas Far ellSenttnelM J McDermott Y M I t MACION COUNCIL 2 5eMeets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth I r PresidentFrank G Adams a First Vice President Geo Thorn I Jon I I Ir Second Vice PresidentJohn J Lynn I Financial SecretaryA C LinkEt Recording SecretaryJohn Ro1 Barry Corresponding Secretary Harry KlbbelrI Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch I MarshalFred Schuler Inside Sentinel Lawrence Rapp Outside SentinelFrank E Grate r III Labor Government purposely made nc discrimination in order to avoidI the expose of peoples poverty as would have been the case it class distinction had been made In the operation of thelaw Because tha bonus can be claimed by every mother It is contended there is no Justification of its being availed of by welltodo persons who come upon the State for maternity ex penses which they can well hear themselves ALTAR A RELIC An interesting rellce of the old Indian mission days Is to be found In the basement chapel of St Francis XavleTfs the collegian church of St Louis University It consists of a wooden altar dedi cated to Mary Immaculate which dates back to the year 1700 perhaps i even to an earlier date Not a nail was used in its construction wooden pegs being employed in stead It is a substantial structure elaborately ornamented with carved woodwork The tabernacle door haai neither lock nor hinges This altar was once the property of theI Kaskaskia Mission In Illinois nearly opposite the present St Genevieve This settlement long since washed away by the waters of the Missis sippi was the principal settlement of the Kaskaskia Indians to whom Father Marquette first brought the i light of faith Perhaps the altar In question was used by FathersII Allouez And Rasle of the Society of Jesus who labored among these In diane toward the end of the seventeenth century Thus today the holy sacrifice is offered up on the samo altar which may have been used by these saintly men who shed their blood in spreading the glad tidings of Christianity to our redskinned brothers GOVERNOR ACCEPTS Gov Ralston of Indiana has ac cepted the invitation of Father Cavanaugh to attend the exercises on February 24 on which day Gen Thomas Meaghers sword will beI presented to Notre Dame by Senator Walsh of Montana Gov RalstonI will address the students for the first time at Notre Dame on this day CADET CORPS To organize cadet corps In every Catholic school in Montreal under the control of the Catholic School1 i I i Commission was decided by the t Commissioners at a recent meeting GAVE ARCHBISHOP AUTO The Most Rev Archbishop Glen nod has been presented with an automobile UNION PRINTERS HOME The Union Printers Home fit Colorado Springs is now In charge of Mr and Mrs John CDaly both of whom are devoted Catholics This home fc now caring for 150aged union printers and on the grounds there has been opened a large pailentilTheprJftt1nl r the courrtry11 Justly proud of the Institution wfcleb is one of the beet equipped of lU Mad in the world I Seldom has MOCK THInLII Trinity Council more replete with educational and comical features or that was more appreciated than the mock trial held Monday night under the auspices of the Literary Commit tee The regular meeting was called to order at 730 oclock and the necessary business hurledly transacted after which an open meeting was declared When Judge Eugene Cooney called the moot court to or der there was a capacity crowd present to hear the case of John L Cuniffe against a big railway cor poratlon It is needless to say that the examination of Cuniffe as wit ness in his own behalf afforded much comedy while that of Dr Lammers was equally enjoyed The plaintiff had for attorneys Benedict Elder Edward Kelty and J C Klrchdorfer the last named making NotIwithstanding Attorneys Albert F Martin andttBenJ J Sandmann the Jury turned a verdict for the plaintiff I To add to the realistic appearance of the case John J Sandmann and John F Lally who serve re spectfully as deputy and clerk In the Circuit Court were acting In the same positions in the moot court and their presence facilitated the proceedings considerably Trinity is being congratulated upon the successful production of this trial During the evening a number of membership applications were filed which assures a good class for the January Initiation In New Albany Next Monday night Trinity will nom- Inate and elect officers for the year 1914 and another exciting meeting Is looked for- BERLIN HAS THE BLUES According to authoritative reports the big department stores In Berlin Germany are going to have the poor est Christmas In years Usually by this time the stores have begun add ing to the number of their employes and shopping Is In full swing but no extra help has been taken on so far and the shopping is far below the average of former years Tight money is said to be causing even those usually very liberal with gifts to curtail their expenditures this time The Industrial depression resulting in an immense army of unemployed since last spring Is keenly felt In Berlin where building is at complete standstill owing to the Impossibility of borrowing money on real estate and buildings This means that thousands of Berlin workers and their families will not have a semblance of Christmas celebration More than 10000 men and women who usually are able to earn extra pay for six weeks by the demand for extra help will be disap pointed this year- GAYETY THEATER The story of a man who threw away everythinghappiness social position and honor for the sake of en unworthy but fascinating woman will be tollat the Gayety Theater next week In the drama A Fool There Was Warner Oland plays Robert HilHards original part of the Fool It is an Intense character and excellently taken especially in the scene whore the husband attempts to throw all the blame for his downfall on the Woman This Is the second time In Its history that the play Will be shown at popular prices and those who go to the Gayety during its engagement willjj find the drama well staged and en acted by h thoroughly capable cast SILVER JUBILEE Last Sunday morning Adjutant General Clement Wiegand of the Knights of St John and his es timable wife who was Miss Marie Stengel celebrated the twentyfifth anniversary of their marriage with a high mass at St Boniface church t where they were surrounded by j friends and well wlahers The worthy j couple are widely known In fraternal and society CathollcII during the afternoon and many called at their home to extend j congratulations and wish that theyImight live to celebrate their jubilee anniversary CHARITY SUNDAYI Charity Sunday will be observed In every Catholic church in Denver on January 4 Special sermons on charity will be delivered that day This followed a meeting recently of the Denver pastors and the idea has been approved by Bishop Matz Ai better system for handling the Catholic charity work was also de termined upon at the meeting The St Vincent de Paul Society will be organized In every parish In the city FORTY HOURS Tomorrow morning the first Sun day of the ecclesiastical year the Forty Hours Adoration will open a tbo Cathedral with solemn high mas and procession continuing until Tuesday night when the close will take place with another procession and benediction POPES PHYSICIAN SENATOR The list of thirty new Italian Sen ators which Premier Clollttl has prepared for King Victor Emmanuel Includes Dr Ettore Marchlafava physician to Pope Plus and Socialisthouse and the reformed Prof Gulseppe Gatti of the Uni versity of Rome I FATHER OF IiABfltt DAY George McGuire long prominent in labor circles and known as the fatherof Labor 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your particular order LOUISVILLE GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY I I TOP IS 1I Time For StovesFirst Thought Cold weather is cominrII Second Thought We need a Stove I Third Thought Geher Son The best place to buy a Stove or Range is where the assortment is large and the prices Are reasonable Therefore it is to your own interest to call j on the old and reliable firm of I 3HEHER 7 SON215 W Market St Bet Second and Third I DOUGHERTY LANNING COAL CO INCORPORATHD FIFTEENTH AND MAGNOLIA AVENUE Now in the imetotiIly urwalbinwithour freshly Httined Star Block Coal 4J25 PER t1 ON2OOO POUNDS Horn MMM GUr 8101 I Crt Stka60t- e HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes I Division 4 will nominate and elect officers at the next meeting Sioux City Hibernians raised 26450 for the Irish home rule fund Omaha Hibernians will henceforth receive holy communion in a body every three months instead of once a year Milwaukee Hibernian met and honored the memory of the Man chester martyrsAllen Larkin and OBrienIrish night for the Hibernians of success treasuryToledo Hibernians held a baza- last week to raise funds for the en tertainment of the Ohio State con vention next July New York City Hibernians are after the play called Gen John ORegan which misrepresents both Irish priest and people National Treasurer Thomas Maloney Mayor of Council Bluffs has been In New York and Philadel phia on business for the order The Omaha division has appointed a committee to take up the proposi tion of acquiring a building site for the erection of a home for tale order In that city The auxiliary and division of Little Falls N Y held a Joint meeting and had as honor guest Rev Thomas Flannagan of Troy who delivered an eloquent address Division 2 will meet next Thursday night at Thirteenth and Oak This I will be an Important session and therefore every member is called upon to be present I Resulting from the membership campaign five candidates were in Itiated and three applications read at last weeks meeting of Division 1I of Manchester N H I I Division 1 meets Tuesday night and there should be a large attend ahce It is expected the time will be set for the election of officers and also for the next initiation I Division 3 has sent out cards call- Ing upon members to be present at the meeting Monday night when officers will be elected There will I businessIFran cisco is recounting some Interesting presentday facts about the old coun I try for the Coast Hibernians gleaned I I while spending the past summer In j IrelandCelebrating I the increase of membership Division 3 had one of the largest audiences that ever graced the South St Paul City Hall This division will initiate another large yearI I I of Mobile Ala had a novel and en IIjoyable Thanksgiving entertainment j Specialji Irish American Joseph C Sullivan I was Chairman and distributed many turkeys I I I Seventyfive candidates were In itiated Into Division 1 at Portland Ore on November 16 State and county officers were present and the State and County Chaplains assisted I at the peremonles which were fol lowed by an elaborate banquet pre toastImadj I i There should be a large attend ance at the meeting of the Ladles fi Auxiliary at Falls City Hall next Wednesday night when the annual election of officers takes place Misses Katie Nolan and Maggie Hourigan have displayed marked executive ability and their administration has I been most successful j Lincoln High School Auditorium at Portland Ore did not have seat ing capacity for the Hibernian Patriots day celebration last Sunday night It was an Irish night by Irish people who paid tribute to tho Illustrious men of their race Rev Father Leffen delivered an eloquent address on the Irish patriots In America FISKE OHAKA COMING Flake OHara in Augustus Pltou Jrs splendid production of In Old Dublin Is announced as the at traction at Macauleys Theater the first half t f next week The reports of the performances that have her alded its coming are extremely flattering to both star and the play It is a pretty and romantic tale of life in the Irish capital during the early part pf the nineteenth century I when the race course and yachting brought tho cream of the sporting aristocracy from all parts of Europe to Ireland As Nell Powers a young designer of boats fighting the in trlgues of the Dublin Castle set Mr OHara gives an Impersonation of one of the most fascinating of char acters His I rare personality wonderful j musical talent and intelligent analysis of such roles make him unique as an actor and easily the IcmpanI I recogIllIlzedaI The performances of Mr OHara have been attended by large theater parties of the Knights of Columbus and the A O H all over the coun try and shave given untold satisfaction to all lovers of good clean Irish plays of merit Mr OHara Is a member of both orders and his man ager Myleq Mrirphy is the well known Irish antiquarian and histori cal writer A successful engagement In Louisville may be safely prophesied for Mr QHafa and his clever company WALNUT THEATERI The Writ class photo play pictures and excellent vaudeville presented at the Walnutstreet Theater eon tinues to draw large and well pleated mudlsnces every afternoon and night Manager Hilton has bMnclvlac his patrons what they deajre and this has tirade the Wal tint the most popuUr amusement house of the klu4 In LouiairUl oae that old and younr cat safely Y sit j I Notice to Taxpayers All taxpayers of the city of Louisville are hereby notified thatII Board of Equalization of the kit of Louisville has organized and will hold dally sessions except Saturdays in the office of tho City Assessor between the hours of 9 a m and 4 pm Saturdays between the hours of 9 a m and 1 po m from November 15 to November 30 1913 inclusive for the purpose of hearing and determining complaints of any who think that their land I Improvements or personal property or any In which they may have an Interest though It be not assessed in their name have been assessed beyond their value for city taxes In the assessment made by the City Assessor thereof as of the first day of SeptemberU13 In the absence of the board com clerkrdaily between the hours of 9 a m and 4 p m W S MILLER President R J MBRYDE Jr Member H V COHN Secretary H C ROBERTS Clerk PRESIDENTnECn IANN Ben Beckmann one of the founders I of the Columbia Athletic Club BEN BECKMANN has again been chosen President of that popular and successful young mens organization President Beckmann hasEbeen closely identi fled with the clubs undertakings- and was largely Instrumental In securing the fine club house on St Catherine street The members have donned their working togs and are preparing for the grandest hustling membership campaign in the history Of tWe club which Will be inaugurate next Tuesday night Directly alto fthe1 meeting a cabaret entertainment Jyill be given for which the best1alent1 In the city has been secured tiFlere will be an abundance oft refreshments and every members tirged to be pres ent PresldoRtdBeckmann says this wlllba onll xothoseriesofcelebrations 1441at place during sloganwUJRECENT DEATHS Miss Johanna Barrett seventy five years old and residing at 523 South Seventh street died Tuesday afternoon of a complication of dis eases She was the sister of the DiaryfBarrett a mem ber of the Cathedral congregation Her funeral was held Thursday morning attended by many old friends IWith deep regret we announce of Miss Mary Goidlng the sixteenyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs William Goldlng 25 Bank street New Albany She was orabright and amiable disposition and was a favorite among her wide circle of friends Miss Golding had been a patient sufferer and was fully prepared when the final sum mons came Monday night Following an Illness of several weeks John F Schunlcht eighty years old died Monday morning at the home of his daughter Mrs P A Higgins 3425 West Broadway He was one of the oldest members of St Marys church from where the funeral took place Wednesday morning Surviving him are four daughters one son twentytwo grandchildren and three greatgrand children When death claimed Mrs Mary Cassln 2419 West Market street last Friday St Charles Borromeo church sustained the loss of another of its devout and faithful members and the community a woma held In the highest esteem The deceased was the widow of James Casein and before her marriage was Mary Mc Clair Her funeral woe held from St Charles church Rev Father Raffo conducting the solemn sere ices Deaths Angel last Saturday claimed Miss Edna Fahey and St Johns parish loses another of Us most exemplary and highly esteemed young women Miss Fahey fell vic tim to dread tuberculosis but bore her illness with the patience and faith that characterized her young life She was twentytwo years old and the daughter of Mrs Bridget Fahey 230 East Caldwell street The funeral was held Tuesday morning from St Johns Rev Father Schuh mann being the celebrant of the solemn mass of requiem- 1OPIILATION FIGURES The total population of the United States according te the J910 census is 91972266 of which 42623383 live in cities of 2500 or more or 47 per cent while 49348883 ior1i3- per cent live In towns of less than 2500 and rural districts The male population is 47812122 Qr 51 per cent whilst the female population is 44640144 or 4S per cent The average number of persona to each family la the UnUad States Is 55 In the Butru part of the country arrafoic slxtoa family and Ihthe Went 4 Crj IRELAND Record of the Most Important of CulledyFrom Exchanges Tho late Mrs Mary Barron of Castlecomer left personal estate val ued at about 10000 Three small pear trees are at present In full blossom In Samuel Shepherds fruit garden at Brooke vllle Monkstown road The CarrickonShannon Council at a recent meeting decided to take steps to safeguard the ancient monuments in Klltoghert graveyard The election for a Clerk of Petty Sessions for the Ballycastle district of County Mayo resulted in a tie and another election will be held Much regret is felt in South Kil kenny at the death of Michael Costello Ballyhale who was killed while training a young horse on his farm By ten votes to three one mem ber not voting the Lurgan Town Council has adopted a scheme for the electric lighting of the urban districtGeneral regret is felt In Loughrea at the death after a brief illness of Bernard M Toole solicitor He was the son of the late John Toole of St Brides The Baltlnglass Guardians co opted j rneor Ballihgulle as a member They also passed a resolu tion of sympathy with D J Cogan on the death of his wife Heavy rain has recently fallen In South Sligo districts and serious flooding has occurred lowlying lands along the Owenmore river be ing under a foot of water Miss McDonnell daughter of the late P McDonnell Poor Law Guar dian was coopted by Limerick Guardians to fill the vacancy cre ated by her fathers death By sixtythree votes to thirtyone recorded for J J Duggan the Carlow Guardians elected P J Byrne solic itor to the board in succession to his brother the late W M Byrnq In connection with the death at Buncrana of John ODoherty father of Rev W J ODoherty of Moville It transpired that John ODoherty brother of Father ODoherty passed away on the same day at the same addressAt weekly meeting of the Waterford Board of Guardians Nich olas Doherty was elected relieving officer for the Kilmackevogue dis pensary district In room of the late William Healy There were five other candidates By a majority of one the Tuam Town Commissioners elected R Ccnavan to the Town Clerkship The only other candidate was R E Car roll who had made no formal appli cation but submitted a consent of sureties and an affidavit of age A deputation of members of the Tcomevara Cooperative Society traveled to Balllnacally County Clare and presented an illuminated address to Rev 4 J McNama who had labored successfully amo the people of Toomevara for te yearsTho Westmeath County Council has passed a resolution in view of the settlement of the question in dispute between the Council and the County Itoscommon directing the County Surveyor to prepare plans for the erection of a new Court House in AthloneA of about eight Irish acres situated at Brownswood offered for sale by C J Irwin auctioneer Ennlscorthy at the direction of Baroness Gray fetched the re markably high price of 3000 which with fees etc brings the price to over 400 an acre Deep regret is felt in Killarney and the vicinity at the death of Rev Brother Dldacus OReilly O F M Deceased was born at Killarney seventynine years ago and entered the Franciscan order there in hIs twentyninth year Brother Didacus traveled all over Ireland collecting funds for the building of the Franciscan church and convent at Kerrys most famous resort NQTRE DAME NEWS Rev Charles ODohnell C S Coo associate editor of the Ava Maria and professor of Eijellsh at Notre Dame University read an ode in honor of ArchblshoD John Lancaster Spalding at the golden Jubilee cele bration of Archblsboo Spaldings elevation to the priesthood Goy Ralston of Indiana will ad dress the students of Notre Dame University on February 24 at the celebration exercises of Waehlnsr tons birthday The original date of the exercises was February 22 but ag this day falls on Sunday it was changed to the following Tuesday On this day also occurs the annual ceremony of the presentation of the flag to the school by the senior classThe members of the Minnesota Alumni Association at St Paul Minn hearing that Rev Andrew Morrissey Provincial of the Holy Cross order was passing through the city met him at the train and en tertained him at the St Paul Hotel Father Morrissey was on his way back from a visit to Columbia University Portland Ore a branch jchopl of Notre Dame j Traveling 3000 miles to play one game This distance the Notre Dame football team will have cov ered by the time they have returned from Austin Texas where they played Texas University on Thanks giving day This Is the longest trip taken by any team from Notre Dame Fearing that the climate might af fect some of the players twentyone men have been taken A barrel of water has also been taken alopg and 1s under tip care of Capt Rocknea rppablechemlstII We live continually in the midst of great human needs and everyone tits something to rive something that would help a little at least in supplying thtM needs If we have bringthemwe can ge forth and with them feed thousands Q 1hz 9 55S ++ i 14 In 111 1111 S 11111 II I II III J I I11I11111 Solo S Itln BAC N SON I re INCORPORATE- DWe Give and Redeem Surety Coupons Red Goose School Shoes The Finest and Best For Children Sold Here Exclusively in Louisville Red Goose Shoes For Misses and Children Made up in patent leather gun metal and viclI kid priced according to ilze SIzes 8 12 to 11 pairSi7Si-res 1112 to 2 pairS200Siz- es212 to 5 12 pair250Se- cond FloorJ Bacon Sons ISH S SillS IS II II 1111 tllll HBM Phew IJ Is OF CaSAR M There mdybe 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