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F PATRONIZE Stcend aid r VOLUME XXXIINO LOUISVILLE SATUR AY JANUARY 3 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS II IIGNORANCE Displayed by the Melting otnnd Correspondent II George Buss To Refute Their Misstatements and Inaccuracies Almost Endless Task Ridiculous Manner in AVliich They Endeavor to Support Their Contentions t I SLINGINGMUD AT THE CHURCH To refute all the misstatements and historical inaccuracies of those papers which are now so diligently engaged in slinging mud at the church would be an endless task as every issue of these publications teems with such falsehoods As an example however of the crudity of their arguments and of the weak and ridiculous manner in which they endeavor to support their cop tentions by statements of supposed facts certain reputed quotations from well known Catholics on the school question appearing in the December issue of the Melting Pot are worthy of attention Bats Hate the Light is the appropriate heading which the Melting Pot has given to these quotations The very first presented runs as fol lows Education must be con trolled by Catholic authority even to war and bloodshed Catholic World The particular issue of the Cath olic World from which this is sup posed to have been taken is not givenIt Is a peculiar feature of such papers that they often suffer a lapse of memory as to dates and pages Of course the Catholic World has never given out any such statement as an editorial expres sion The concluding quotation who would believe It is sup posed to be a declaration by Prof Dune of the Jesuit University of Washington D C and reads The time is not far off when the Roman Catholics of the republic of the United States by the order of- thePope will refusee to pay o-ursry I I Jit r errndwititlsesfl bullefe to the breasts of the Government agents rather than pay It It will come as a click of a trigger and It will be obeyed at once Wo will take this country and build our In stitutions over the graves of ProtestantismBut error of all is the statement laid to the door of Cardinal Manning the noted con vert from Anglicanism in which the Cardinal Is made to sayiI do not consider we are doing our dutv i as American citizens in permitting such a system of public schools to exist as we havo today We are dot informed as to when or where the English Cardinal made this startling declaration Nor are we enlightened as to when he changed his citizenship It must have been done in ono of those secret hidden ways in which the Roman priest hood were we to believe the Monaco and the Melting Pot Is so fond of Indulging Any ono who is at all acquainted with the Car dlnalDemocrat knows ho not alone was not an American citizen but that ho never touched foot on American soil In this connection It might be in teresting to know that H George Buss former correspondent of the Menace has just Issued a collec tion of his writings which ap peared In that paper with a few additions in the form of a booklet In this cheaply gotteji up booklet he rehashes many of the stories refuted by Father McKey In the pamphlet Slime of the Serpent published by the Central Bureau of Central Vereln He devotes a page to a statement by Patriot Wash ington in which the Father of his Country says that he would never have signed the constitution If he entertained the slightest apprehen sion that it might possibly en danger the religious rights of any ecclesiastical society and that If 1 could now conceive that the Gen eral Government might ever be so administered as to render the lib erty of conscience lInsecure I beg you will be persuaded that no one would be more zealous than myself to establish effectful barriers against the horrors of spiritual tyranny and every species of religious persecution All of which Is very good if Washington really said it but Buss evidently forgets that it was this same Washington who rebuked the bigots in his army for burning the effigy of the Pope on Guy Fawkes day praising the patriotism of the Catholic soldiers particularly dur ing the late campaign In CanadaI These few facts show that the Melting Pot and the former Men ace correspondent either show but little regard for historical accuracy or are very pitifully Ignorant In charity although It Is most difficult to do BOwe would like to believe that the latter is the case C B DEDICATED Tuesday was a great dray for thr tiatholle of Feet Point and vicin ity wkea the Right Rev Denlrl ODosaffcHe Btahop of Loutevllle acsWgd fcr theRer Patrick Xonag hmu sad a number of clergy dedl KENTUCKY 1R1SI AMERICAN crated the handsome new St Pat ricks church just erected by the Rev Father Rudolph Ruff who is the pastor of St Patricks at StithtonI Following the dedicatory ceremonies there was a Pontifical high mass and to a class the sacrament of con firmation was administered The people of West Point had made every preparation for the entertain ment of visitors and the large num ber that attended THOMAS W TARPY President of Division 1 A O H CONGRESS TO BE INVITED It is said in New York Catholic circles that the completion of the tine new St Jean le Baptiste church Lexington avenue and Sev entysixth street which takes place on January 4 and 6 is to be followed at an early date by the announcement of the holding in New York of the great Eucharistic Con gress which met last year at Malta and a few years ago at Montreal On Sunday evening January 4 Prof Bethier assisted by the choir of the parish will give a sacred concert and organ recital in the church to dedicate the now 25000 organ and two days later Cardinal Farley will formally dedicate the church The sermon at the opening will be preached by Bishop Maes of Coving ton This church with its very complete parish buildings and schools and its spacious site will represent an expenditure exceeding 1000000 It is all the gift of Thomas iF Ryan of New York City The rector Is the Rev Arthur Letelllere The parish anew one in NewYarlrCltyrieincharge ofthe Congregation of the Blessed Sacra ment with headquarters In Rome but with a principal house in Mon treal The house in the metropolis Is the headquarters of a Eucharistic League which is a part of the leagues of the world having in charge the Eucharistic Congress With the completion of this splendid Ryan memorial and monument it Is therefore the natural thing for New York to invite the famous congress It is expected that the Invitation if extended may bring the congress by 1915 iI i IIiI I CON J FORD I President bt Division 2 A O H I RELEASED FROM SUFFERING I Christmas day the Angel of peathII released John J Egan a respected resident of New Albany from a suf fering borne with patience and fortitude during the long illness that confined him to his home 1638 King street The deceased was fiftyone years old and had lived in New Albany all his life Besides Ills wife he is survived by two sons John J and Edward F Egan and a daughter Miss Mary E Egan He also is survived by three brothers J= ward Egan of Washington idP J Egan of Washoo Mont and P J Egan of Butte Mont and two eltsers Mrs James Hogan of Washington and Mrs John Sahm of Llntqn Ind Mr Egan was one lit the first members of New Albany Council K of C and a lifelong communicant of Holy Trinity church from where the funeral took placd Saturday morning i RECEIVES AT VATICAN Pope Pius X Is In excellent health despite reports which have been circulating that he is indis receivedthethe Vatican headed by the dean Prince von SchonburgHartenateln Hunggrywhopreeented erpecialirbrightrepresentative He Oran joked or Frenel1waage i PETITION J Asking Mine Inquiry Filed with Secretary of Commerce and Labor The Right Rev Joseph Busch iI Deals New Bloy to the Iloiucfltnkc Also Secures Option On a Num ber of Promising Ore Leases CIRCULAR SHOWS SINCERITY A special dispatch from Sioux Falls S D brings news that the Right Rev Joseph F Busch Bishop of the Catholic church of the dio cese of Lead has filed apetltion with the Federal Secretary of Com merce and Labor asking an investi gation of the workings of the Home stake mine Bishop Busch formerly made his headquarters at Lead where the mines of the Homestake Company are situated but because of the refusal of the mining company to heed hIs request that the hours of labor of the miners em ployed by the company be so ar ranged that there would be no inter ference with their attendance at church services on Sunday ho some weeks ago transferred the head quarters of the diocese to Rapid CityThe struggle between tho Bishop and the mining company had its in ception in an address of Bishop Busch at the annual convention of the American Federation of Catholic Societies In Milwaukee While Blshqp Busch spoke quitq plainly on Sunday observance and severely criticized the mining company offi cials for their refusal to permit the men in their employ to be free to attend church services he since has maintained his remarks were re printed in a garbled form in some of the Black Hills newspapers adding fuel to the controversy between himself and the mining company In the evident effort to conduct a mine along lines which will meet his views of Sunday observance Bishop Busch Is said to have recently se cured options on a number oC cttat1have the mining ground covered by the leases developed Jn the near future It was reported from the Keystone mining district of the Black Hills that he had taken an option on all the mining claims be longing to Patrick OKeefe and next spring will start on a comprehensive scheme for developing the ground The claims are adjoining the Holy Terror mine which proved one of the richest in the Black Hills while it was worked Since the commencement of the controversy with the Homestake Company Bishop Busch has It is understood kept the Cardinals Archbishops and Bishops of the church in the United States fully advised of the various developments and of his various actions and it is further understood that all these dignitaries of the church fully sus tain his action Even the opponents of Bishop Busch give him credit for absolute sincerity in taking the stand he does on the question of Sunday rest for the miners employed by the Home stake Company Hls sincerity is shown In this paragraph which ap peared in a public circular Issued by himI gratefully acknowledge the do nation of 1000 without the least solicitation by the Homqstake Min ing Company toward the pro Cathe dral school and auditorium erected last year in order to draw our people more closely to the church but candidly and sincerely were I to be offered many times the amount men tioned even an amount sufficient to pay our entire indebtedness and provide an endowment for all our gladlytoregocould secure that freedom of wor ship the necessity of which even the civil law recognizes but which local conditions make It impossible to enjoy CATHEDRAL BAZAR The congregation of the Cathedral Of the Assumption will give a grand bazar during the week of February 2 to 7 in their now hall adjoining the rectory and meetings are being heldeach Monday evening for the promotion of the affair Combination books with tickets at ten cents each have been issued and the ladies will have a dining room on the first floor where meals will be served daily during the week of the bazar The proceeds derived will bo used to pay the debt on the new hall which was completed recently LONG ILLNESS ENDS Peter Doyle a well known molder MondayMightPatrick Hogan 622 Illinois avenue ollowing a long illness Born in Teffereonvllle in 1870 he had lived fnthatclty all his life CHe learned his trade as a molder at the car forlTears1 Mnployed In the Louisville ft IKaih me railroad chops Louisville Hlr nother Mn Mary Doyle died about year ago He Is wlryiyed by thrarstere and two brother Mrs iPat ck Duffy Mn Patrick Hogan u Mrs John Patriot Dennis Doyle and James Doyle S rvlces were held1 Wednesday mor ng at St Augus tines church me Rev Father Halpiri being the celebrant of the mass of requiem CALLAHAN +i Denies Rumors of Ills Candi lacy on theaProgrcsslve Ticket Iic Registered as Democrat With Louisvilles Bpst I Interests IfnsytiimI1 Courier Journal Substitute Edi tor Endeavors to Intimi date Colons 1 SOME MORE LATE APPOINTMENTS I i r The Kentucky Irish American Is in receipt of a communication from Col P H Callahan In which he states he wishes to correct the im pression that ho Is to be a candidate for Congress on the Progressive ticket this rumor having appeared in these columns and those of the Evening Post and the fact has caused him much embarrassment his interest In public questions and enterprises having been credited to the fact that he was doing this In furtherance of his candidacy He further states In all probability his contribution to the Pflanz contest fund was one of the direct causes of his alllgnment with the Bull Moose forces as rumored but that he only did this in answer to a personal plea from Jailor Pflanz who solicited the contribution stating that it Would aid his contest of Charlie Fosters election and that if the ballot boxes were opened he would be proven a winner Col Callahan also paid an indirect com pliment to tho widely read columns of the Kentucky Irish American when he said that twoof our dailies accounted for their knowledge by the rumor of his candidacy in these columns In addition to queries from others who had obtained their in formation in the same manner The Kentucky Irish American gleanedJts information from the- htomentPof ier rah loadingtPiol = gresslves during the last campaign they boasting that their candidate for Congress against Sherley would be a man of money Callahans name being frequently mentioned without a denial and one leading Bull Mooser stated after the election that in raising the proposed con test fund their prospective Con gressional candidate was one of the first to be solicited for a contribu tion Another fact that was responsible for the rumor was that in the gathering of those Inter ested in the vice merger commis sion and other questions Col Callahans name and purposes were always linked with our leading Progressives Politicians who aro posted on such matters say that the Progressives who were boasting of their Intended leader could have been made wiser by an investigation of the last registration when Col Callahan registered as a Democrat making him Ineligible as a Pro gressive candidate All eyes will be on Frankfort this coming Week and the doings and sayings of our Legislative solons will be rigidly inspected The majority of voters here however believe that they will not be Iintimi- dated by the substitute edltqr of the CourierJournal who while preaching the benefits of commission form pf government to give the peo ple more power is in another breath advocating a speedy death for the present Fiscal Court allow ing Judge Sam Greene the supreme power of appointing three commis sioners to govern the people which- Is not consistent to say the least Fortunately this measure is not expected to be passed upon favorably In spite of the frantic efforts of the above S E V The reappointment of DrJohn- T Chawk as City Veterinarian under the Buschemeyer regime is sure to give general satisfaction in Demo cratic circles as the popular doctor JB always on the fighting line for the ticket In every campaign his Influence and popularity In the Eighth and Ninth wards being a big factor In the splendid showing in that district lit the recent campaign The right man for the placeis the comment of those who know and can appreciate the duties of the City Building Inspector when the appointment of William J OSullivan was made this week his services as assistant to former Inspector Til ford bringing him into prominence during the Head administration Charles Barker began his new duties as Secretary of the Fire De partment his appointment being a reward for splendid services ren dered during the recent campaign when he worked unceasingly for the success of the ticket In apprecia lion of his appointment Charley liar commissioned Billy Connelly and Charlie McDevitt to Invite a few friends to a little spread one night next week CONDITION IMPROVED The many friends of Daniel Sex on the well known railroad er SYePBroadway1 hat hU condition has ImproTW fridieatlbni tree that lie mat full 1I erflOJllhe effects of hi InjurlM irbieh ears mrlotui j U EUGUNICS Based on Materialistic Vclw of Mankind Says Bishop Carroll Bound to Lead to Dangerous Re sults For Individual and Society Religion Only Power That Can Create Sound and Lasting Morality THEORY IGONRES THE SPIRITUAL Bishop John P Carroll of Helena Mont recently delivered a lecture on eugenics presenting the attitude of the Catholic church toward this new movement Eugenics seems to be a favorite subject with newspapers and maga zines said the Bishop Letters are given on It in every city town and village two International congresses have already been held to discuss its theories fellowships scholarships and chairs have been established In universities to pro mote its study Legislatures have enacted some of Its proposed rem I edies into laws efforts are being made in some quarters with suc cess to make it a part of the curriculum of our public schools- It is not because of the wide spread interest It has roused that the church speaks of eugenics but because of the moral issues In volved and because In the midst of the confusion of its teachers many are looking to the church for guid ance and direction Inasmuch as engenlcs seeks to eliminate racial evils and to develop the perfections which promote race betterment it is commendable In this sense eugenics has existed from the earliest ages and all know that the Creator himself subjected all living things to fundamental laws which in their working out eliminate the worst and preserve the best Even in the human family Godu providence permits evils physical Intellectual and moral to exist that In the struggle against them mans oulmaybegiven primarily to mans soul In ures to the benefit of his body It Is the only power that can create sound and permanent moralityand without morality there can be no physical wellbeing in the race Thus fundamentally eugenics de pends on religion for its support But the science and the art of eugenics as it has been taught and practiced since tho latter part of the nineteenth century has much in It that Is condemnable It Is over weighted with the discredited theory of evolution It advocates methods of securing racial betterment from which natural instinct the sense of personal liberty and the moral and religious feelings recoil with hor ror But the chief criticism of the movement as a whole is that it lacks spiritual aim and the purely material direction given to it The production of physical fitness as an end in itself is the prevalent idea underlying it Dr Saleeby has striven to check the purely material direction given to It by its founder Francis Gaston but he has not been able to raise it to a spiritual level and popular writers like G Bernard Shaw have done much to degrade it The tendency of eugenics at the present day is to subordinate the moral and the spiritual to the purely physical This Isa subversion of order which is bound to lead to dangerous results for individuals and for society If it is persisted in mankind is sure to be introduced to the ethics of tho stockyard and tho abhorrent practices of paganism will blight our Christian civiliza tion TRINITY COUNCIL Trinity Council Y M 1L has fully prepared for a big time Monday night when the annual Installation of officers will take place For this most excellent young mens organization the past year has been most successful and all Indications point to a splendid addition to their club house during the year which will then equal any In Louisville Fol lowing the Installation there will be a banquet for the members which promises to be the best yet given Trinity is making strenuous efforts to increase its membership and al ready has a large class of candidates for the coming joint initiation to be held in New Albany President James B Kelly promises to bring the number enrolled to over 600 LIVELY DOINGS The Columbia Athletic Club has had a most auspicious weekolie that indicates a most successful and prosperous new year Tuesday night the members turned out in full force and the announcements of President Ben Breckman and Will Oennes aroused a spirit of en huslaBm seldom witnessed The Ohristraas tree for the kiddies was beauty and from ceiling to floor vas ablaze with electric lights Vedneeday the spacious clubhouse vas turned over to the tittle folks hen Santa Claus gave each girl a andaome doll and a bag of goodie id plenty to eat the boy receivingg orn in lieu of dolls Thursday tiheColunlblc kept open house for Q their friends whowere treated roast shoat turkey and dressing toI 0d all other accessories in During the day and evening hundred visitors were entertained the club adding greatly to Its popularity From now on the members will work earnestly to pay off splendldhomeI credit to the Catholic young men 10f that section of our city I SERGEANT JOHN MALONEY President of Division 3 A O H CENTRAL COMMITTEE Next Friday night the Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America will hold its first regular meeting in the new quarters St Johns Hall Clay and Walnut That night has been set for the installation of officers anda good time is promised Full reports will also be made by the committee arrang ing for the novelty euchre and lotto to be given at St Vincent de Pauls new hall on January 28 For years the Central Committee has met on Eighth street and it is thought the change in quarters will attract a larger attendance PROVIDE FOR TEN CHAPELS In addition to the sanctuary and main altar of Archbishop Irelands new Cathedral of St Paul there is a number of chapelsten in all Two of these dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary and to St Jo seph are located just inside the vestibule of the Cathedral The Chapels of St Peter and of St Paul afcieachirjBlde of the juMnctuaryJard Ii6Kedvtlsetherxby x jettreiFl circling the sanctuary and dedi cated to the patron saints of the six nations whose inhabitants make up the present population of the North west namely St Patrick of Ireland St Augustine of England St Remy of France St Boniface of Germany SS Cyril and Methodius of the Slavic nations and St Ansgarlus of the Scandinavian peoples These chapelsboth altars and walls will be finished in different kinds of marble or other stone JOHN HENNESSY President of Division 4 A 0 H JOHN MNALLY DEAD John J McNalfy for many years connected with the car department of the Louisville Nashville rail road died Tuesday afternoon at his residence 1319 Dumcsnll street Long a resident of this city he was widely known and highly respected as was attested by the numbers who attended the funeral at St Williams church Thursday morning when Rev George Connor celebrated the solemn mass of requiem A son William McNally and two daughters Mrs Louis Cofer and Miss Nellie McNally survive him KNIGHTS AND LADIES Branch 92 of the Catholic Knights and Ladles or America closed a very successful year with an enthusiastic meeting at St Marys Hall when Rev Father Westermann was again selected for Spiritual Director and the following officers named for the ensuing year PresidentAndy Kast Vice President Matthew Dill mann Financial Secretary Theresji KastRecording Secretary Div p S Ganz TreasurerMary Cuniff TrusteesVal Kast Henry Well kamp TJ Garvey Sentinel Emil Rueff Sergeant at Arms Josephine Kant t Federation Delegate Dr P 1K GanzMary Ruhkamp National Delegate Thereat Kut alternate DrP 8 Oanx eye WE on- PRINIINfFIRST CLASS WORK Give Thi Office Year Next Order COMMONS Will Soon Decide Fate of Lon bSb Suffering Emerald Isle Home Rule and Freedom Prac tically Assured For Ireland Nothing More Serious Titan Mere Formal Protest From Tories THE KINGS ASSENf ASSURED Philip Everett the well known London correspondent cables that In the second month of the year the House of Commons wilt formally decide the fate of Ireland which in the future is to be free to settle its own internal affairs Nobody ex pects anything more serious than a ortheotCommonsshall not have been arranged be thehonor i ThoKingsassured for ling George though by no means a brilliant statesman has at least sense enough to know better than spurn the advice of his responsible Ministers and revive the thoughformallybeen used for so many years that itmay be considered dead The petition started by one of the most sensational of the London Conservative papers for the pur poseof proving to the King that the Government was out of touch with public opinion has been shelved some time and nothing will be heard of it again As for Ulster no one ever really thought that Ulster 1 would fight and everybody knows that Sir Edward Carson In spite of morethanrangement which will save his reputation before the time comes when he will be compelled to sur render unconditionally or run the actual risk of arrest t t Wlthyhoaii ralef wllr Inaugurate vin real ears new policy of land reform as LloydGeorge England able to provide its own food and provide employment for every worker In the country willing to leave the crowded city to go to work on what thanks to our pres ent system Is practically virgin Doll untouched by the plow for many generations When this meas ure comes up It will be seen that the whole fight against home rule has been a sham a mere skirmish and that only now is the whole strength of the Tory party brought forth to defend the privilege of the few against the just claims of the longsuffering masses The battle for the ownership of land will make or break the Liberal party The royal proclamation prohibit ing the introduction of arms into Ireland is regarded in London as ia j wise precaution that need not be taken as more than a warning The Nationalist view has always been that the drilling in Ulster is in the main spectacular and that the Italian rifles or which consignments are occasionally detected are of a type so obsolete that ammunition for the same is not now procurable Sir Edward Carson has often de clared that if his army were con fronted by regular troops It would be speedily supressed and his cal culation throughout has been not that civil war would seriously In commode the army but that the Cabinet or certain Ministers in the Cabinet would refuse to send troops Premier Asquiths declarations have dispelled this illusion and a great change has at once come over the Unionist attitude both as to home rule and as to the wisdom of tampering with the army The Government has proceededrunder the Conservative act of 1879 but It Is remarkable that another statutethe peace preservation act of 18S1 which might have been evry useful at this period was dropped out of the expiring laws continuance bill in 1906 This act enabled any Constable to arrest without a warrant any person sus a pected of carrying arms or ammunition and it authorized the right of search into private houses where suspectedThe posed or criticized by Capt Craig Balfour Walter Long T L Corbett Lord Clam rook Lord Ashbourne pad the Orange party as a wholo the Tory theory then being that the measure was necessary for the maintenance of law and order in the South and West It was John Red a mond who pleaded that the act was obsolete t We are therefore faced by theucurious position that Carson Ism In Belfast can flourish arms ancient and modern by virtue of the lapse of a statute which was secured by the Parliamentary pressure of the Nationalist party with Bryce as Chief Secretary FOREST SCIIOOL Thereis a flaurjbhtB g forest school in therPhlU pig andtwn tyeight men were graduated the class of IIIX F 4 KENTUOKY YCdSB ltERXOAN KEMTIMY IRISH flMEWGffltive- te4 to the Secleled Meral idvMceneaect et lr1t11 AncrkiM mad CaflraHc sI Officially Indorsed by Aactat Order of Hibernians Young Mtns Institute sad Catholic Knights of America tKKNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO lcorpormted PuHlh I SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOL COPY 6C Bound at tk LenlivHl Poit IHc at uadClua rUtUr 4MrtMilI CeBmitlMtUii to tilt KINTUCKY lUSH AMERICAN Jlttl West 0m a St LOUISVILLE KY It It SATURDAY JANUARY 3 1914 j MAKE STRINGENT 1 AV The first death of the new year it iIn Louisville occurred at Fourteenth and Broadway when Edward Mess mer was run over and killed by a recklessly driven automobile From all the evidence It was another plain case of murder The first work o the Legislature should be the enactmentof laws that will protec- the people from being run down by automobiles and prevent the fro quent recurrence of deaths by those who have no regard for either life or the law ONLY ONCE MORE v j On January 15 1913 after a debate which had lasted nearly two months the British House of Com mons eased the home rule bill to Us third reading and final stage Immediately after its passage in the Commons the bill was sent to the House of Lords where It was debated for four days and then re- Jected It then went back to the Commons In order to become a law In spite of its rejection by the Lords It mqstbo passed three times by the Commons without Important amendment A bill thus passed will receive the royal assent despite the Lords veto It has already been passed twice by the Commons and Upon its thir passage this year it will become law That this will be done there now seems no doubt PRIESTBIDDEN Referring to the charge often made against the Catholics that they are priestridden the following statistics taken from the Independent a Protestant publication prove mighty InterestingFrom the elaborate statist PS ofI the diverse Christian nominationsI s published we gather the result that the adjective priestridden at taco Catholics but In iIts t Protestant denomln These very st t Btllsshow that the Catholic priests have the largest parishes and the Baptists the smallest that the Methodists have tour times as many churches andI three times as many ministers the Baptists nearly five times as many ministers as there are Catholic priests in the country although the have little more than onehalf the i communicants The result is that there are only ninety Baptists on an average to one of the churches 110 Methodists to each of their congregations while the average number Of Catholics to one church is not less than 763 r NOBODY IQfOAVS The full membership of the Col + lege of Cardinals Is seventy but deaths have reduced the number to fiftysix and therefore the subjec- of holding another consistory IIs again being bruited Fortyfour have died during the present pontificate and thirtytwo hav been created by Plus X The real truth is nobody knows anything definite about the next consistory the first authentic news of which will be read In the Osservatore Romano about a month before the date fixed for the event Neverthe less there Jo every probability that a consistory will be held during the first half of the year when the vacancies caused by the ten deaths that have taken place since the last great consistory of 1911 will be tilled I JUNIOR ORDER BUSY The Junior Order of United American Mechanics are now busy all over the country urging Con gressmen and United States Senators to vote for the immigration bill which Is Intended to place restrictions on foreign immigration the Juniors real wish being that they could deny admission of all foreigners of Catholic belief TAFTS NOBLE WORK The Southern Guardian and other papers note in friendly manner the fact that since his retirement from tte Presidency William Howard Taft has kept aloof from politics As rofe eor at Yalo University he cx Ia pounds the mysteries of law to theJJ jBtatesiaen of the coming generation However hta professorship is not 1 confined to YaleaU the citizens of the United States like occasionally to sit at the feet of so distinguished tf Mikr snit to kindly withal His expreerfon are these of an Mlifht eed American who loves Sta country and would 1Ikeiee 4it grow 1811 r tame and prosperity There Is per haps no citizen of distinction in our midst who is so universally loved as Prof Taft and therefore his are eagerly listened to in a recent Interview he said among other thingsI am simply an observer of whoft newst papers but aside from that my in terest is chiefly In the constitution and the Independence of the Judiciary and I am willing to devote the rest of my life to those prin ciplesThat sounds like Taft No personal 1 aim but the maintenance of the constitution is what he has set before himself as the ambition dt hi life Worthy task for a great patriot And so opportune besides I when every sort of wild theories are threatening the stability of our Government iHow long are you going to keep those New Year resolutions made this week Even If you do it for only one week remember that good resolution is better broken than never made at all Most creditable holiday editions were issued by many of our leading exchanges which indicates increased growth and prosperity for the Cathl 101lc press When an automobile knocks man eighty feet it must have been going some sPRAISES TilE TITERS When Lord Grplate Governor General of safla was deliverng a speech at xtile laying of a cornerstone iiqEatatvayo Africa he recounte- I some of his experiences all admInis- trator during the Matabele rebellion in 1896 and paid Ii beautiful tribute to the Sisters who left preciousi memories behind them for their work in an African hospital Many a brave rough pioneer said he wltha heart of gold blessed aB he die d those gentle Dominican Sisters who appeared to him in his dreams to be as the angejs oC heaven I am indeed glad to have the opportunity now fifteen or six teen years after they have left of paying a tribute to the devotion which they showed in the trestmen- of the sick and suffering In the earl hospitalyone can ever e Dominican Sisters without being called upon by every true Rhodesian plonee to give a direct and an Im mediate account of his words They have eft a precious memory behindI them and Bulawayo and the wholeI of Rhodesia are the richer for thisI heritage I confess that by those who like myself are lovers of th I picturesque and the beautiful o t the atmosphere engendered by dis ciplined obedience to authority oft devoted selfsacrifice and of abso lute disregard for selfinterest finl concern for the welfare of others the passing away of the Dominican deetp regret CONDUCTING CONCLAVES cumewith and clavls key means a place that may be securely closed Whenl a successor to the Papal throne hI to be elected a conclave formerly a large room now a large part of the Vatican palace including two or three floors Is walled oft and the space divided Into apartments each with three or four small rooms or cells in each of which are a crucifix a bed a table and a few chairs Access to the conclave is free through one door only locked from without by the Marshal of the con clave and from within by thei Cardinal Camerlengo There are four openings provided for the passage of food and other notes saries guarded from within and without Once the conclave begins the door is not again opened until the election is announced except to admit a Cardinal who is late in arriving All communications from outside Is strictly forbidden under pain of loss of office and ipso facto excommunication A Cardinal may leave the conclave in case of sickness certified under oathIby a physician and return but not so a conclavist that is the secretary usually an ecclesiastic or serv ant taken into the conclave by each Cardinal A Papal election held out side of a properly organized concave is canonIcally null and void The conclave was first Instituted to lessen the danger of Interference- by secular governments and to pre vent undue delay in the selection of a successor to PeterII 1 DAVE REILTiY HURT David J Rellly the well known laidUphip which he sustained through a fall last Sundry morning The many friends of this popular Hibernian are glad to learn tltathe was not seriously hurt aa theY can not af ford to JoN the only aucceMful singer of The Irish Julrflee in this locality Dave Mllllna claM of his ob11tdr u r 1 SOCIETY u 1 I wttJtcK8y n jjIeclM IjIIjIIjI Miss Alma Keaney was hostess to a most delightful 600 party New Years day Julia Corbett has conclude IIMiss to relatives and returnedI from Frankfort Mrs John Kelly and daughter Kathleen spent the holidays withI relatives at Tell City Miss Josephine McGlll who hadl been visiting In New York for sev eral months hasreturned Mrs J M Donaldson was the holiday guest of her mother Mrs Ellen May at Central City m MainsStreet left Tuesday to spend wr Years with relatives In Cincinnati Miss Gertrude Paulln has returned from a holiday visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Andy Paulln at Telli City Mr and Mrs Edward M have moved into their cozy apart ment in the Mantel at First and Oak Miss Mary Joe Hargan went t Hodgenvllle last week to spend th holidays with her mother Mrs Mary Hargan Mrs Augustus Ott and daughters were the guests of Mrs Lizzie Mc Laughlln at Springfield for the holidays t The Young Mens Social Club wlll glve the next of their series of dances on Thursday January 22 att Utopian Hall Marnell Slack and wife vent to Qwensboro last week to spend the holidays as guests of Mr and MrsI IIR W Slack Mrs J Ford of South LouisvilleI has been spending the holidays with her daughter Mrs Henry Sims at Dayton Ohio dMiss Bessie Settle has returned tc her home at Maud after a most en Joyable visit with the Misses Forst of Walter avenue a1lIss Minnie Murray of CliftonI spent the holidays at Latonla the guest of her brother Eugene Murray and Mrs Murray r John Lutkemeler arid wife have returned from Frankfort where they visited the formers mother Mrs W C Lutkemeler andd1 daughter Mary Dorothy have beenl spending the holiday season with 1Miss Laura Laswell at Lyons Misses Elizabeth and Allene Lav erty and Ruth and Virginia McMac kin were weekend guests of Dr and1 Mrs M K Alton at Pewee Valley 000 Miss Lucille Hayes who attendsI Sacred Heart Academy spent her Christmas holidays with Mr andI Mrs C G Wright at Highland Mrs K W FrazIer South Louis ville entertained Mrs Matt ODo Dfarjorlye Miss Mary Gelsllng and Louis delsllng have returned from a boll day visit to their grandparents Di and Mrs Louis Gelsllng at Owens boro IAlblrt IMt Herrmann returned to Chicago this week having been1 spending the holidays with his par Herrf mann Lawrence Krueger and bride who was Miss Patricia McGrath have returned from their honeymoon trip to Florida and are at home at 3932 Grand boulevard Mrs Peter King and nephew e John J King and Clay King and1 Martin Feeney of Frankfort were here for a holiday visit with Mrs John King and family tileas Burns and son Bernard of Jackson were here to spend the holidays with her mother Mrs Ellen1 Lyons and sister Mrs J W Gulllon South Louisville Mr and Mrs John Bennett an nounce the Engagement of their daughter Miss Jeannette Bennett to William Duffy The wedding willI take place in the spring Masters James Hogan and Edward McGrath will return to St Josephs College at Bardstown tomorrow to resume their studies having been spending the holidays with their parents S waaa s tea at her home on Cherokee park way The house Was decorated in Southern smilax and holly Miss Kremer was assisted in receiving by the following Misses Antoinette Glover Katharine Page WhitesIde Clarissa Fehr Margaret Munn Susan McDermott Barbara BurgeI Minnie Louise Overton Lydia Ker win Pauline Ahrens Patricia Mat thews and Myra Warren EUCHRE AND LOTTQI Next Tueesday afternoon andj evening the ladles of St Elizabeths church will give a grand euchre and lotto at Trinity Council Hall Baxter and Morton avenue for which they have been making preparations for several weeks There will he many handsome prizes and features that I will provide a delightful entertainment for those who attend EASTERN FEDERAL FORESfs The total amount of land PUrI coated in the Eastern States for Federal loreeU U nearly 800000 i scree lie fr tile principal work n those tees hu mvoiyed their ttou a alnet tort tits I u t ONE DOLLAR month keeps you on the payroll in event of disability caused by sick ness or accident Can you afford to be without this pro tection BRENNAN FITZPATRICK Invitations are Issued announcing the approaching marriage of Miss Mary E Brennan daughter of Mr and Mrs MatthewBrennan of 12112 EmIIndsI church on Wednesday afternoon January 14 at 1 oclock Both are well known and popular especially in Catholic social circles and their many friends wish them Joy and prosperity N CLOSE WITH BALL lMackln Council will install its newly elected officers Monday night and promises are that the meeting will be most Interesting Tuesday night the neW officers will open their administration with a complimentary inaugural ball and reception to which the members and their friends have been Invited 1The hall will be specially decorated for the occasion and light refreshments will be served ATTENDS MEETING SupremeaKnights and Ladies of America will leave Monday for Chicago to attend a meeting of the Board of Directors which will be held on Tuesday fol lowed by a banquet in the Sherman Hotel on that evening given by the Chicago Advisory Board ENJOYABLE FUNCTIONS- t Louisville Council Knights ol Columbus had itwo largely attended and enjoyable functions this week Wednesday evening the members and their friends were entertained with the second reception and dance of the winter New years day the Knights kept open hoUse and all day there was a constant stream of callers at the home on Fourth street i RESIGNS FROM FORCE William J OConnell resigned from the police force on Tuesday op account of ill health having been unable to attend to his duties for over a year Though he Is fast im proving in health and now able to be around he did not consider himself strong enough at present to take up his police duties CATHOLIC FEDERATION The regular monthly meeting of the Louisville Federation of Cath olic Societies will be held next Thursday night at the Catholic Womans Club when the election of officers takes place President Qan z requests that all the societies hay their delegates present Much busll ness that Is important should be transacted and work for the new year outlined f THIRD EDITION The Stranger In the City from the pen of Dan Walsh Jr and first published in celebration of the tenth anniversary of the Catholic Womans Club Is now on the press for its third edition which will be sold for fifty cents per copy This is a work that has been highly corn mended by the clergy press and public and Is the only book that 1r1la mented Most Rev Father Bouchet Besides this the book is full of In terest and the reason the price has been reduced Is that copies may thereby be placed In everybodys hands HURT BY FALL James OHara for years a letter carrier and well known HibernianIwill be confined for some home East Elm and Seventh streets New Albany the result of injuries sustained Saturday night The Unfortunate man sUpped on an icy step at his residence and when examined was found to have sus twined a fracture of both bones In his right leg above the ankle SACRED CONCERT John Recktenwald the wet1I known local choir singer is arrang ing a sacred concert to be given for the benefit of St Columbus church building fund on Sunday evening January 18 at 8 oclock in St Columbas church Thirtyfifth and Market streets Many of the leading local singers will take part In the Interest of this worthy charity WOMAN BUILT CHURCH The building of the new churchl superlutended Mike Kerrigan She was on the JobI every day checked up all the wor and paid all the bills herself Sh was largely instrumental in collect ing the funds for the building of the church She is the wife of the Mayor of Quanah RECEPTION OF POSTULANTS THe Right Rev Bishop Maes yesterday presided at the ceremonies of reception and investment of six postulants into the order of the Sisters of Notre Dame at Coylngton The services were held in the chapel of the academy witnessed by friends and relatives of the young ladles who will give their lives to Gods work MEXICAN KISSES Cook together twb cups of light brown sugar a half cup of cream and butter the size of Un egg until j a little of it forms a soft ball in coldI water Just before taking from the 1 add a teaspoon of vanilla and j tir n A cup of the chopped ker J hels ef English walnuts or pecans beat all together until the mixture I begins to look crwuny and turn rots tapiherd topour While still warm tilt 1 into egUSrea with a knife 0- I s M TRANSYLVANIAE I I Sixth Flout Paul Jones Building wmn OP COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here arid Elsewhere t A new council will be instituted at Athens Ohio on January 11 I atWestfieldQlxtyslx charter members T A Daly the well known dialect poet has been secured as a coming s attraction for Indianapolis Council r The Knights of Grand Rapids plan the erection of a 50000 home i for which 30000 has been sub scribed A whirlwind campaign was recently inaugurated to raise the necessary balance- A feature of the charity ball of the New York Knights at Madison Square Garden on February 13 will be a flag drill under the auspices ofI the Daughters of Isabella In addi tion members of the Fourth Degree and Color Guard will give an exhibi tion drill A plan is being Inaugurated in New York by members of the order assisted by the Daughters of Isa bella and the lady friends of the Knights to raise 25000 for the erection of a home In the upper part of the State for the care of those suffering from tuberculosis CHARLES C FOSTER New Jailer of Jefferson County NATIONAL THEATER The Waltz Dream a musical thelTheater next week This will be presented by a company of ten including Mlle Mafsee and Jules La Barba and a quartette of Hawaiian musicians Mr and Mrs James R McCann and company presenting JlIy Dixie Dad a comedy playlet are announced as another important booking The rest of the pro gramme will Include Sadie Sherman In Photo Types the Melody Three songandpiano entertainers Tom and Edith Almond in Bits of Vaudeville and Finks Comedy Circus GAYETY THEATER Next week the Gayety Theater will have for its attraction a drama of the Southland of long ago The White Slave This melodrama has been on the stage since 1872 and its drawing power Increases with each succeeding season It will be given a splendid stage setting and the performance will be one pleasing to the Gayetys patrons WILL WED MONDAY Mr and Mrs James R Durrett widely known residents of Washing ton county last week announced the engagement of their daughter Muss Elise Monroe to Richard A Spald Ing the wedding to take place at St Rose on January 5 GOOD YEAR T iF Iends of the managers of the Clay Street Brewery founded by the late John E and Frank Walter did not fall to remember them New Years day This good old brewery still retains its popularity and the past year has been one of the best In its history Its many friends hope for a like report next year DISGUSTS JEWISH PEOPLE Every Jew who has the Interests of the Jewish community at heart will turn with disgust from the anti Catholic movement which has been YorkkargumentIwhich the antiCatholic fanatics use against the Roman Catholic church Ithat could not be used also against Governmeat New York are filled by Catholics is due to the fact that the American citizen whether Jew Protestant or Catholic cares very little about the religious belief of candidates and It is best especially for us Jews that In the future the concern of voters about the religious belief of candidates should be as small as possible Jewish Morning Journal ROMAN CURIAJJ The present Roman Curia com prises eleven Roman congregations three tribunals and five offices To the first category belong the Congregation of the Holy Office the J Conslstorlal Congregation and the Congregations of the Discipline of the Sacraments of the Council of the Affairs of Religious of the Propaganda of the Index of Rites the Ceremonial Congregation that JrcclerfsekicalAffairs c 1 Studies The tribunals are the t Sftcired Penitentiary the Sacred Jlota end the Apostolic fleinaturaV r 1 I 11 co 1 NNt1litN WEWANTYOURWORK I I Were Prepared to Do It Promptly and in First ClalS S- tyleHPRINTING Cards Bill Heads Letter Heads Circulars Dodgers Etc Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty HOME PHONE 946 i KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 5319 WT GREEN STRJfflJDCT INtS7ti a The Last Dollar That you for something you did not NEED would have started a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear Interest COMPOUNDED twice a year There MAY COME a time when your LAST DQLLAK mast be spent for something you DO NEED The SAVING DOW of the dollars you are wasting might keep that hard time from ever coming Ky title Savings Battk and Trust Co Fifth and Court Place Open Daily Until 3 p m Saturday Until 7 p m M1 BANNOM Pets t HIT +S I P BANHON JR Yin Fns I Tau IR Pr Bannon Sewer Pipe Co Salt PipeBannons for Steam Conduits Wall Coping Drain Tile Titrifled Street Paving Brick Fire Proofing FIB Itse Lining Fire Grate andBoiler Tile Grotla Fire Clay Chimney Tops Laws Vases Vitrified Sidewalk JJFFEItSONJTELEPHONE 573 WORkS13th cad Lexington sad Miagtiollet Ave 4K iidY6t1tM TELEPHONE 2833 DO YOU NEED SEE POOLEYCONFIDENTIAL LOANSYOUR NOTE OR FURNITURE F R POOLEYRoom No I Courier Journal Bldg 415 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE GAYETY THEATER en Week Oomannclag Sunday Matinee Elaborate Production of Bartley Camp bells Famous Southern Romance The White Slave Presented by Exceptional Cast SONG FESTIVALB- ya Large Chorus of Darkies in Plan Revelries PBIOHS Sunday Matinee lOe JBc 151 and GOO Tuesday Thursday and Saturday Matinees 1000 seats at ISo Nights lOc 2Bc SSc EOo and 76c N 111I111IIII111111111 MONEY ATIONFifth and Walnut LREAL VAUDEVILLE Musical and Daqcing Spectacle THE WALTZ DREAM Presented by Company of Ten James R McCann and Company Their First Time Here in the Com edy Playlet My Dixie Dad 5 OTHER STAR ACTS5 Matinee All Seats 100 Night lOa and 200 CENTRAL FU UUtIncorporated N W Cer Third sad Stat We furnish the home tom plate on easy payments IIWAtt CAtLt NAN Mgrt Saw Jut- II Finally the sacred offices are the Apostolic Chancery the Apostolic Datary the Apostolic Camera the Secretariate of State and the Secre tariates of Briefs to Prlnes and of Latin Letters OLDEST PfllEST CALLED Canpn Joseph Watson the oldest Roman Catholic priest In Englandt rhreeCatherine Convent Shiellfield Newcaatla r t St CASUALTY INSURANCE spent II Pipe Pipe BricK Brick Het tation Green snot Fojt 0 l0en- orsr u- TMaux Volz Michael 336WestMaketSt When you fcuy Emer sons you know you are getting correct stylesl havethatap pearance which is foundronly in other shoes t two costing times to fro thr mII Mt St Agnes Sanitarium NEWBURG ROAD A most desirable place for rest fresh air and caro for all sorts of nervous and mild mental trouble SISTERS OF CHARITY IN CHARGE Home Phone Highland 27 P Viglini Co Office 138 South Fifth Firs and Tornado Inswra act LOSSES PMKPTLY ADJBSTEi Home Phone City 5200 Cnmb Phone Main 161 WANTED Three reliable Catholic men or women to handle paying proposi tion in this city Must tarnish- ecommendations Apply 127 S street between 10 and 12 Saturday or Monday morning n IL 2 Y 73TTTiTOKY YR1JH MERI Aa u vq NNNN NN N 1lN MNfO NON N NNNN- NGRAN i W SMITHS SON AL S SMITH PROP Funeral Director and Embalmer BOTH PHONES 810 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET 1 f 44 JnI rHoof J 1 J J I I II J II I J I I J i I I N I JuI I I ooi I I 1 II THOMAS KEENAN Funerall Director and Embalmer 1221 WEST MARKET STREET TELEPHONE CITY 365 W J HOME JONBBARRETTSmms Ns I 822 FUNERAL AND East DIRECTORSII u DOUGHERTY McELLIOIT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH PHONES Cumb Alain 200Sa Home City 2003 OLD FORTUNABoURB0N THE PHIL HOLLENBACH COXMOORFORATBD DISTILLERSWINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS I raa+ I+rrw + FINE WINES CHAMPAGNES I AL K1OLB323 West Groan Street LIQUORS CIGARS 01 I J HitI U 1 J 11 J J 111 I JIll nHHoJJ 111111 J I H U I +bo0s+++++ J DR J T CHAWKft Veterinary f XInfirt 713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET KCIJIIII S 2991 Has City 2393 i4wl + aitNi4+lyM d BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAii WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky l1MM11i Au the late sad aeW Styles and Shapes pricesCall HERRMANN BROS mroanu PINE WINES AND LIQUORS DtstUten Aid Wholesale Deal ers in PINt Breads ef KM racky WkkUes MpeoJ- allyPearl of Nelson JTILapINBoXP o hl1N12S4ttmIIfIIET10 t BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- ieleotroPaf Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Pkwnes 223 Mir yams 1tQI a e4aertleatHt will jpwpave tfcMK ter JIll 5TXAVIERseOLLEOE llw fraflw3lr taeMritlaX7- CadrMN fcy the Xaverkui BrettMo- EaNMHar a1 BwMMM DNraetrN ra R row Jeee JMr t d r HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Pat VeekUeneral- News Notes Nineteen fourteen should be a banner year for the order LadlesAuxllIary 1 of Los Angeles has over 200 members Division 4 will announce the date of their Initiation at the next meet Ing In many sections the movement for organizing dramatic clubs seems to take hold The three divisions at Yourigs town Ohio have consolidated Into one strong body The local Hibernians have had a I I prosperous year and have done many works of charity II The Ladles Auxiliary of Dan bury Conn ends the year with over i 1000 in the treasury III Division 14 of Yonkers N Y has 240 active members and Is the largest in Westchester county Hibernians of LeRoy N Y will tender a banquet to their officers after the installation next week iP J ODonnell of Minneapolis was elected State Secretary at the annual meeting held In St Paul Division 3 meets Monday even ing Division 1 on Tuesday evening and Division 2 on Thursday evening State President Welsh has for warded the matter for the history of the order being compiled by John ODeaIt is a noticeable fact that in the majority of our churches the real workers and aides of the pastors ate Hibernians an many of the larger cities clubs are being organized to attend the national convention Why not one in LouisvilleFather Madden who or ganized the second division at Niagara Falls has been made County Chaplain A new County Board has been NewYorkated Bronx county Los Angeles Hibernians have en gaged a talented lecturer to stim ulate the study of Irish history in the parochial schools Instead of frequent banquets with much display the Hibernians believe in spending money with the poor and unfortunate The County Board of the Ladles Auxiliary of Essex county Mass voted to donate a chapel to the Church Extension Society The County Board will meet in the next week or two and Will have four or five new faces in the delegations from Divisions 1 and 3 The two divisions at Elmira N Y have been ynlted into one strong influential body with 320 members and a treasury of 4000 The Ladles Auxiliary will start promiselorone division of which every member of the order should feel proud Renewed activities along the most advanced lines have been promised by the Denver Hibernians for the new year The year 1913 was the most successful the or ganization there ever had Division 3 meets Monday night and after the installation of officers dotngPresidentInaugural address and it is hoped all the members will hear him Tuesday night Division 1 will In 1914Presidentmembers tcbe present and help map out a campaign that will double the membership before the next State convention The old guard of the seeherDEDICATION OF MONTHS Yearitthe fact that every one of the twelve months is dedicated to Catholic de votion in the following order January the month of the holy childhoodFebruary the month of the passionMarch the month of devotion to St JosephApril the month of the resur rection May the month of Mary June the monthof the Sacred HeartJuly the month of the Precious Blood August the month of the Heart of MarySeptember the month of the Pilgrim Orders- October the month of the Angels and the Rosary November the month of devo tion to the souls in purgatory December the month Of the Nativity of pur Lord Jesus NOT FOR HIM A German farmer was in search of a driving horse Ive got Just tho horse for you said the liveryman Hes five years old sound as a dollar and goes ten miles without stopping The German threw his hands skyward Not for me he said not for me I live eight miles from town and mlt dot horse I haf to valk back two miles FOR WOMANS EYE TBustle dresses main promise to become really the fashion Metal trimming Is peculiarly becoming to the average woman Russian blouse coats in three quartaY length are very popular Pearl necklaces are more fash ionable now than th yhave ever beenIn most of the new outdoor coats tweeds and loosely woven worsteds are used Sapphires are the favorite stones of the hour being more popular than diamonds Black velvet hats always look smart and cam fee worn with all sorts of dresses The jetted tulle hat konof the pretty jnillln ry feature fr both Northern and Southern = wear j Just as they did last season theI new corset models come only a fe Inches v above the waist line Short and narrow skirted evening dresses are being worn quite as much as those with long narrow train Blouses with and blouses withou- peplums have been brought over from Paris for models for spring and summer I I RECENT DEATHS Rev Father George Connor off I elated Monday morning at the funeral of George Ballard of 1217 iI Zane street The deceased was eighty years of age and the oldest member of St Williams congregation Surviving him are four sons and two daughters IFollowing n two months Illness HotrmanIWinter avenue leaving his wife four children add several brothers to mourn his loss The deceased WAS engaged in the spice business and was well known in all parts of the city His funeral was held WedneS- day morning from St Brlglds church Henry Reilllng one of the pioneer members of St Boniface church and for many years engaged in the tinning business succumbed Sun day to paralysis at the home of his daughter Mrs M E Weber Jack son and Madison streets Two sons and three daughters survive him His funeral took place Tuesday morning the burial being in St Michaels cemetery Funeral services over the remains agedeightythreemorning in St Patricks church She was the widow of Jerry Murphy who died twenty years ago and the aunt of Misses Mary and Katie Riordan 217 South Tenth street For a number of years past Mrs Murphy made her home on the Brownsboro road near Pewee Valley Three sons Jeremiah Emmet and Daniel Murphy survive her Friends and acquaintances were deeply grieved Wednesday afternoon when they learned that death had claimed James S Burns the well known piano salesman who resided with his wife and son Sydney Burns at 1319 Winter avenue Deceased was a native of Bath county but came to Louisville sixteen years ago and had been quite successful The funeral was held Friday morning from St Brlglds church Rev Father Jansen officiating at the solemn obsequies With regret we chronicle the death of Miss Hattie Hatzell daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Conrad Hatzell 822 North Thirtythird street She was a most estimable young lady and a favorite among her wine circle of acquaintances Besides her parents three brothers and three sisters are left to mourn her demise Her fu neral was held yesterday morning from the Church of Our Lady Rev Father Connlff officiating at the solemn mass of requiem To the be reaved parents is extended the sym pathy of their neighbors and friends By the death of Mrs Mary OKeefe beloved wife of F J OKeefe 1824 Magazine street the Sacred Heart church lost another of Its aged and respected members Mrs OKeefe was born in Ireland seventytwo years ago but nearly her whole life was spent in Louisville Besides her husband she is survived by two sons Frank and John and one daughter Miss Cath erine OKeefe Her funeral was held Sunday afternoon Rev Father Pat rick Walsh conducting the solemn services which were attended by many old friends and relatives WHEX FIRST USED In the early church the mass was called the Breaking of Bread the Liturgy the Eucharist the Lords Supper the Sacrifice the Gathering Together the Mysteries the Sacra ment of the Altar etc The first certain use of the word mass as the name for the sacrifice Is by St Ambrose in the year 386 He employed it in a letter to his sister Marcellina It appears to have des ignated at first that part of the eucharistic sacrifice at which the catechumens were allowed to be present for it means literally the dismissal They were dismissed before the consecration Later it was used for the rest of the sacrifice It became the accepted name for the holy sacrifice in the West after the tIme of Pope Gregory the Great I PIONEER CATHOLIC SCHOOLS I In New Orleans a Capuchin father opened a school for boys In 1722 and the Ursuline Sisters about the same time began there their academy for girls In Texas and Flor ida the Franciscan fathers con ducted Catholic schools as early as 1769 WORRY W FOLLY Let us not be low spirited over little things Worry never accom pushed anything It Is useless to cross a bridge until we get to it civil forebodings never lightened pronetoness of melancholy and sorrow cheerful patient BACON TOAST frybaconspreadltbacon between two thicknesses of toast It is appetizing and satisfy ing and should not be hard to digest WHITENS CIXXTHES I One woman whose washings were the envy of bernlchb1IIHc Ults of their whiteness finally confessed that her secret was the use of cream waterHeand used no bhiilf 1 e r IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled l3icliitn1eat By twelve votes to eight T A Hartigan was appointed clerk to the County Insurance Committee of LimerickGreat regret is felt in Milford at the death of Rev Father Magulre the result of an attack of acute pneumonia At an enthusiastic meeting held recently In Galway City over 1000 men enrolled themselves as recruits for the Irish Volunteers The Town Hall was packed The Irish Volunteer movement has been taken up with great en thusiasm In CarrickonShannon and several hundred young men are already being drilled- A J Maguire formerly a member of lsnaskea Board of Guardians has been appointed Re lieving Officer and SubSanitary Of flcer to the Rural Council Tne forty new houses undertaken by the Longford Urban Council are now completed and are a great ad dition to the appearance of the town There were many applicants for the houses- A verdict of not guilty was re turned at the Ulster Assizes before Justice Gibson In a case In which John Kelly ot Milford near Porta down was charged with the man slaughter of Edward Kelly Queens County coal is largely used throughout Ireland owing to the labor troubles in Dublin The compulsory use of Irish coal has exploded a belief that It was In ferlor to the imported article James Dunne of Geashill was ap pointed by the Cloneygowan Rural District Council collector of rents of laborers cottages The council also adopted a laborers scheme for the erection of fortyseven cottages The death has occurred in Balllneane district of Mrs Mary Rhatigan at the age of 109 She was the mother of Rev Father Rhatigan U S A who died about two years ago when home on a visit to see her A mother and daughter lliving at Raheens Coragh draw the old age pension The mother Mrs Linde who is 103 years old walks regularly to mass on Sundays with heri daughter She is still strong and her faculties are quite clear The death of Lindsay Talbot Crosbie Ardfert Abbey is much re gretted He was one of the few popular landlords in Ireland Since he came to his estate he devoted himself to the uplifting of his ten ants and took a deep interest in the industrial movementIThe reception has taken place In the Convent of Mercy at Wexford of Misses K Heslin daughter of T Heslin Ballybrittas County Meath A Walsh daughter of the late 1oki Walsh Garryduff New Ross Miss E Esmonde daughter of the late MI Esmonde Crandanlel Miss K Cullen daughter of J Cullen Silver springAt the meeting of the Kilkenny Corporation Councillor J Magennls proposed that the Town Clerk be given instructions to summon a public meeting for the purpose of forming a volunteer corps in the city He suggested that all the clubs and societies of the city be notified The proposition was passed unanimouslyA from the Dublin League branch presented to the Pembroke Urban Council a green flag bearing a large Irish harp and having In one corner the Pembroke arms The ORahilly said they felt recognition was due to the council for its action in giving Irish names to the streets The Chairman C P ONeill paid the council was proud to receive that handsome recogni tion of their efforts EFFECT OF FOODS Rhubarb will relieve constipation if taken without sugar Onions dissolve uric dcld contain sulphur and absorb poison Melons arouse the kidneys and bowels and keep the system cool Too much cane sugar Interferes with the normal action of the liver Peaches have iron for the blood Prunes are laxative and soothing to the nerves Beans spinach raw cabbage con tain iron and are a great benefit tn anemic people Celery is serviceable In counter acting conditions that lead to rheumatism and neuralgia Tomatoes stimulate the liver Potatoes contain salts of potash that counteract uric acid Turnips onions cabbage caulil flower and water cress contain sulphur for purifying the blood Apples onions and lemons tend to clear the complexion of dark muddy color caused by uric acid in the blood Carrots are rich In iron and increase the red cells of the blood They also tend to clear and beautify the complexion U36rrles are rich in iron but should not be indulged in in large quantities at a time as the seeds tend to clog the intestines The wise housewife should rti member that succulent vegetables and fruits contain an active prin ciple making different ones service able in different diseases as lettuce Is soothing as it has a principle similar to opium yet leaving no bad results WORTH A TRIALI aWesdemay be easily avoided Instead of greasltfg the griddle or waffle iron put three tablespoons of melted lard Makebatterhavolovelyt WIRELESS WAn VESSELS The United hates kaa 247 war wlrelMlGrtBt1taln2UPraneeld man 118 I Ii FRANK FEHR BREWING CO INCORPORATED Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBIB a INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE Iti Cumb Phone Wes 191 Home Phone 1913 + TIlE j WIEDEMANNINCORPORATED BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled BeersrSold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent tUrilf ORUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky FALLS CITY BREWING COuINCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use OrdM a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Nom 76717672 Cumb Wist 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light JOHN E FRANK WALTERS a1tiClcty Street Breweri l t 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER + n t SATISFIES THAT LONGINGII JOHN F OERTEL COINCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859 LOUISVILLE KY tie =FOR=A DIFFERENTAND A LITTLE BET- TERFurniture For Less Money go to WM F MAYER f 413 W MARKET ST Special Notice to Altar Societies WI have on hand a large and ex clusive line of Altar Alb and Sur puce Laces We have determined to place a special discount on these goods this month It you are think- Ing of purchasing the aNnre soon It will par you t look over our stock at once Judging from the past Bales of these laces we know you will be more than satisfied with eur nice display We also carry a fall line of materials and findings for making and repairing vestments Write for Samples ROGERS CHURCH GOODS CO 418 W JEEFERSON ST Oldest Kentucky Home of Church Good FRED ERHART- ARCH ITECT NORTON BUILDING- N W Corner Fourth and Jefferson H BOSSESON funeral Directors and Embalmers Li 10 F7lCSiit AvE11NT111i 11111 i THE 2 FAVORITES of Louisville Particular SMokers TARPY SPECIAL lOc Cig- arLITTLE A J vc 5c Cigar and flavor without Homemade an a Union rnadr and the bestmade for the money For sale at all dispensers of smokers 1 TW TARPY CO MAKERS SEVENTH ST NEAR MARKET x MONUMENTS We have just received five car loads of Monuments ranging a price from 7500 to 20000 and which we can give at a bargain Before purchasing please give MB a call at our warerooms 318330 West Green St New Muldoon Monumenti Go CB THOMPSON X4ORITtl ONLY ONE STORE YFloral532 FOURTH AVENUUMtBoth htepNaee OH Alt orders receive prompt atteatll aid satlsfactloa guaranteed A DelightfulSDtok e PHONH CITY 21 6 TOR CL OPATRAJs t 4i01YIOLAg It IA L DOfl3r-f C1awAleei D 1R rPII iTrIq 1 il iuC1 jRISII Alt raacAj 1 Jb c NN jHeresA Mighty Good i i Way ToSave pSavepGet t Interest On ItAud II I IiifIi j I liTo ii- t i JI i ijit i ij t 4 itl1II 4 + 4 1 t j I ONNINNe eNNe N eew e +ee+ e eNNN NNeN00NN e N JOIN OUR F CHRISTMAS I SAVINGS i H CLUB iII- joinYou may any time between now and January 15 NOWS the follows best time Four classes and small weekly payments asiiJ Class A Class 8 Class C Class D You pay 25o a week for 50 weeks total Yon pay BOo a week for 60 weeks total You pay 1 a week for il0 weeks total You pay 52 a week C for CO weeks total The club has just started to run 50 weeks at the end of which + time the bank will mail you its check for all the money put in with INTEREST added if deposits have been youveI1I required Open daily 9 a m to 5 p m Saturdays 9 a 7 p m if Kentucky Title Savings Bank ti and Trust Co 1f Fifth and Court eeN OOHON e Oe F rHERMAN FOURTH AveNue srciys SONSMARKET STREET I January Clearance itCLOAKS 1r4Jrii t f- rANDY It SUITS Low the Most Attractive Feature I + liI 11111 11111 11i0oi 0111 1 i UCH N I START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT- By Using Mulloys Good Coffee Quality Always Dependable Fresh From the Roaster to You Our Special Blend at 25cI- sa good test of our superior quality JOHN M MULLOY e Horn Pboo I3J D19 W lARKBT is7CRxoxfl M- 6oCQO i f e o n oIQQtS IJlfliSIIIIIISIIII111+t411i+++ llllllllllllll i Iit II- IS BETTERITHAN STOVES Seld now can beconnected now but when bought in the rush season we can not tell just when we cn get toyeur particular order LOUISVILLE GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY IT IS Time For StovesFirst Thought Cold weather is costing Second ThoughtWe need a Stove Third Thought Geher Son Thebes 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 on the old and reliable firm of C EHEKL SON2JI W Market stBet Second and Third t 1250 2500 5000f X10000ZZi PlaceIi WHEN GAS FRIENDS WERE THERE There were many most enjoyable New Years eve receptions and feasts In Louisville to mark the go Ing of 1913 and the advent of 1914 but none that surpassed that ten dered their friends and neighbors by Capt Frank A Bundschu of Engine Company 17 and Capt Ed ward McHugh of Hook and Ladder Company 5 and the valiant and genial fire fighters associated with them New Years eve the fire quarters at Twentieth and Garland was the scene ofa notable gather Ing headed by Aldermen Barney Campbell and Fred Leezer which Included numerous city officials business men and friends of the firemen Plates were laid for at least 200 persons and the tables were loaded with roast turkey and dressing shoat and sweet potatoes oysters and salads pies and coffee celery and all seasonable vegetables to which ample justice was done When the cigars were passed a so cial hour was spent In expressing thefieeladdlestheir house one of the best conducted in the country On watch all the year round they take advantage of Now Years eve to greet their friends who come from all over the city and are countless SERVED WITH HOXOR George Henry Torney Surgeon General of the United States army died at his home in Washington last Saturday night of bronchial pneumonia He had been in poor health for several weeks but his condition had not been serious until a few days before Gen Tbrney was born In Baltimore June 1 1850 and had he lived would havo been eligible to retirement from the service June 1 1914 His first service was in the navy he having been appointed As sistant Surgeon of the navy Novem ber 1 1872 and passed Assistant Surgeon in 1874 Resigning from the navy June 30 1875 Gen Torney was immediately appointed First Lieutenant Assistant Surgeon of tho army being promoted rapidly until he reached the rank of Major Surgeon June 6 1895 Lieutenant Colonel Deputy Surgeon General August 8 1903 Colonel In Com mand of the Medical Corps April 23 1908 and Surgeon General of the Army January 14 1909 Gen Torney saw rigorous service in the Philippines and in Cuba He was a member of the American Medical Association of Military Surgeons of the United States the American Red Cross and Chairman of Its War Re NavyClubYork and Bohemian Club of San Francisco ORPHAN SOCIETY ELECTSI Every German Catholic parish In the city was fully represented at the annual meeting of the St Jo seph Orphan Society when central officers for the year 1914 were elected They are President Joseph Schildt Vice President Benjamin Stoes ser iRecordlng SecretaryFrank A KoppFinancial Secretary Sebastian Hubbuch Corresponding Secretary N 1 c BoslorTreasurerJohn H Wilma societythroughoutpleased over the reelection of administration ful DEATH STROKE Death came suddenly to Joseph Hagedorn a highly esteemed Ger man Catholic and member of St Martlns church last Saturday While seated in a chair at life home 633 East Jacob street surrounded by members of his family he fell to the floor stricken with heart failure Born In German eightyone years ago he had lived IE Louisville over half a century and Is survlveed by a sop and three daughters The fa neral was hejd Tuesday morning at tended by mane old aaJd auociatei s SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O HD- IVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays President Thomas W Tarpy Vice President Daniel McCarthy Recording Secretary Walter Cu eke Financial Secretary Joseph Faf rellTreasurerThomas Keenan SorgeantatArns Henry McDer mottSentinelJohn Keane DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will- Iams Hall Thirteenth and Oak President C J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary Daniel OKeefeFinancial SecretaryJohn T KeaneTTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 8 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentHugh Hourigan Vice President John M Maloney Recording Secretary John P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes lion Jr- TreasurerDan J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJohn J East SentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vlco PresidentThomas LynchI Financial Secretary Thomas J ancan Recording Secretary John J arryTreasurerPatrick Conley SergeantatArms Thomas Far ellSentinelM J McDermott Y M x MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrank O Adams First Vice President Qeo Thorn Ion Second Vice President John J Lynn Financial SecretaryA C Link Recording SecretaryJohn R BarryCorresponding Secretary Harry C Kibbey Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch MarshalFred Schuler Inside Sentinel Lawrence Rapp Outside SentinelFrank ELGrat 1 p GONB In memory of Hugh Patrick Flnegan who dledN5fr Yearsevo 1912 XJSfrfcrvt jii4 One long sad year Yet more it seems i Since sadness crept in Midst our happy dreams God called him away From his pleasure and Joy To place him with those Who loved our dear boy We feel he Is happy I Tis we who are sad I He is free from all pain i My sweet blueeyed ladMother WORK FOR THE YEAR The Catholic church solicitous for die welfare of her children gives them work to do for each month in the year January Is the month In which wo are called upon to study the childhood of our Saviourhis obedience to Joseph and Mary What a grand lesson He gives to children even when they are grown as few are as obedient and respectful as they might be to ward their parents February brings us the Holy Family Jesus Mary and Joseph It needs no great stretch of Imagin ation to realize the beautiful happy home though poor and humble in Nazareth Would that this happy home were madly the subject of seri ous thought In these days when so many homes arc unhappy and divorce is no more looked upon as a reproach I March is dedicated to St Joseph the foster father of Jesus and spouse of Mary He itf the type of the humble contented laboring man Were his life studied thero would be fewer disturbances in labor circles all would be satisfied with the task God imposed on them As Joseph died In the arms of Jesus he Is invoked by the faithful for the grace of a happy death April is devoted to meditation on the passion and sufferings of Jesus May Is reserved for Mary whom Jesus loved so much the fairest and most fragrant flowers of earth showing honor to her whom God honored from the beginning of time June brings to our minds the Sacred Heart of Jesus July Is given to the Precious Blood which was drained to the last drop to wash away our sins August is devoted to the best heart after that of Jesus which all know Is the heart of Mary It would require volumes to relate all the favors this loving heart of Mary has bestowed i September with Its ripe and bountiful fields tells us that there is a provident Father above who takes care of the birds worms in sects and raucti moro of those who are of his Image October Is dedicated to the holy angels Are we aware that an angel from heaven Is with us day and night Are we true to his Inspirations and thankful for his favorsNovember brings to our minds the poor souls In purgatory Are there not some there for whom no pray ers are said especially since our separated brethren do not pray for the departed December fa for the Immaculate conception at Mary whose fttis- a preparatloarfor that of the nativity of her fret Son Uandsome Calendar Free WITH EACH PAID SUBSCRIPTION i Calendar Contains All Feast And Fast Days Of The Year III i aiAOKIN COUNCIL Monday night there was an Im mense gathering at Mackin Coun cil club house to bid farewell to the officers who served so well during the past year Frank Adams occu pied the chair and business was rushed In order that all might have ample time to enjoy the good things provided by Messrs Charles Raldy Seb Hubbuch Harry Klbby Val Kast Robert Osborne Dick Andrlott and Will Zinser Announcement was made of the programme for the joint Initiation and the installation after which Hon Samuel Robert son Vincent B Smith Ben J Sand Charles Raldy Will Quill and oth ers were called upon After com mending the work of the retiring officers they expressed the hope that the incoming administration would prove successful and be replete with much good Rev Francis Felten delivered a ringing address that aroused rounds of applause At largerBall dirertion rest of the evening was pleasantly spent with friendly greetings for the old and new WONT EXHUME BODY Rumors that tho Rome authori ties had ordered the exhumation of the body of the late Cardinal Ram polla on the discovery of suspicious circumstances regarding his last Illness were set at rest by the emphatic declaration of the Vatican that nothing of the kind was thought of and the assertion of the police that an exhumation was un likely unless suspicions of poisoning wore corroborated by sufficient evidence The rumor was started by the newspaper Messagero which an nounced that the search for the Cardinals last will had revealed that his death was not due to natural causes The Cardinals valet added to the mystery by saying that the physician who was called on the morning of December 17 the day on which Cardinal Rampolla died warned him seven hours before his death of the serious nature of the Illness but the valet neglected to Inform the Vatican or the family of the Cardinal This physician who was called again later but did not arrive before the death of the Cardinal certified that death was due to natural causes and that an autopsy was unecessary The organs of the body were examined before It was embalmed The Vatican Insists that the cause of death has been es tablished beyond all doubt IIAPPV BIRTHDAY PARTY Mr and Mrs William H Dennes 506 East Ormsby avenue tendered a party to their daughter Lucille on the occasion of her eleventh birth day the color scheme being pinkv and white Tho favors consisted of small pink baskets filled with pink and white candles the Ices white with a pink figure eleven and theIbirthday cake white with pink candles Covers were elevenI eleven namely Misses LoulsoI Seller Thelma Seller Elsie fockI Georgia Merrlfleld Martha Evans Willie Evans Aline LafertY Mar garet Snyder Lucille Denies andI Masters William Dennes JrandJohn Haley SOCIAL CLUB DANCE The Emerald Hibernian Social Club will give the next of their series of dances at Utopian Hall Wedpesday evening The popularity of these affairs Is being attested by the fact that the attendance Is increasing at every dance Prof Collins orchestra is one of theIspecial features FORTY HOURS PRAYER The Forty Hours Adoration is designated next for St Briglds church the first time in the new edifice These beautiful services will begin with high mass tomor row morning and will come toasolemn close on Tuesday They will FatherJansenslated by a number of the local clergy I Still Continues in Every Department I GENERAL i i STOCKii REDUCINGi i I SAtEff 2 iiWINTER GOODS AND WEAR THINGS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AT REDUCTIONS RANGING i FROM 10 TO 50 PER CENT i BAC N SON INCORPORATED M J CTJSICK TAILOR Located in Stark Building Room 211 Second Floor Suits from 30 up Your patronage solicited FOR GOODNESS SAKE EAT MOTHERS BREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South t For Your Furniture Wants- I t 1 I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street I RagtimePIANO Poiitivelr UufHt ta 10 to 20 1UMOB Write lot booklet j4 FOREST THOMPSON 2822 W MAw SJwwwe 2174 oJ r F