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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rwiwT 1 PATRONIZE CREAGERS BUSINESSSCHOOL Second and Brecklnrldje I V VOLUME XXXIINO 2 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JANUARY 10 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS T BIGOTRY r ProForeigntion Bill Junior Order and Other A P A Societies Urging Our- Itepresentath es 4U I Same Bill Was Vetoed dents Clcvelaiii Taft h 1INSINCERE IN THEIR At The Immigration bill Intended to shut out the e j foreigners or restrict their rII Is now being pushed with I tho Junior Order of IJcan Mechanics tho Guar Liberty the Patriotic I America and other A P A irAf lantern societies the membwrl yij 1 each being busy telegraphing PM t sending petitions to their Coafct men nad Senators to vote forsake bill their sole purpose which they i are trying to cover being an attack con the Catholic church becoming I frightened at Its tremendous growth f It seems strange that In a country I as sparsely settled as the United t States there should be any fear of I overcrowding of overpopulation I Yet such fear has been expressed at 1 each restrictive movement that has I passed over the country If the present population of 90000000 were dumped into the State of Texas that State would not bo as densely populated as Germany f There have been Including the c present one three of these re strlctvc vacs In tho history of the country The first onetJecurred at tho time of the KnowNotulnga whose cry was America for Amerl cans The United States had at the I time three persons to the square I mile The KnowNothing movement was not alone an antiImmigration I movement but It was also bitterly I antiCatholic At that time the agitation was against the aerMani conLeeNrtt1y H flttsttI erg man 01zens or Our rash Fellow CItizens w imply because they havo votes enough to resent most effectively any attacks uponI them It is needless to add thati the spirit that prompted thoI hostility against the Dutch and the Irish is the samo spirit that now manifests Itself against the Italians and other Immigrants from South ern Europe and it la not much or a venture to predict that In a few years tho despised Dagos will also become Our Italian Fellow Citizens In looking over the Congressional Record of those daysI It will be found that the same arguments were employed in behalf of keeping the Dutch and the Irish out of the country as are now usedI against the Italians and othersIThe next restrictive movement took place at the time of the A P- As which was also an antiCath olic movement In fact these agi tations for restriction of immigra tion were always contemporaneous with tho antiCatholic waves that save swept over the country at dlf Terent times This movement was chiefly concentrated against tho Irish The Germans had already taught the American politicians the wholesome lesson that It does not pay politically to fool with the Dutch While a cowardly Congress crlnglngly passed an Immigration Dill to suit the A Po As there was one strong man they had to reckon with President Cleveland who promptly vetoed the iniquitous measure In fact during all these troublous times there were always found In America men of strong and broad convictions to withstand the tide of fanaticism and hysteria M tho time of the A P As the United States had eleven persons to the square mile with plenty of elbow room for more At the same period Germany had 310 persons to the square mile We now come to the present effort to restrict immigration It Is en tirely at par with the past efforts and Is again accompanied by an antl Catholic wave The Junior Order of American Mechanics the Guardians qf Liberty the Patriotic Sons of America and similar political black hand societies all bitterly anti Catholic have been moving Leaven and earth to have the literacy test passed by Congress The Immigra tion Commission at first worked on the broad basis of excluding from tIlls countryand very properly so all Immigrants who are mentally morally and physically deficient and nnBOund This covered a large ground but it did not satisfy the fanatics The literary test wag promptly suggested and introduced It first required a knowledge of I reading and writing but the Sen ate had the grade to mitigate the assinlty of tho provision by cutting out the writing requirement and thus deliberately weakening its own pet clause Presdent Taft rose tp tho occa Ion and promptly vetoed the bill because the reasons given for thee introduction of the literacy clause I were evidently Insincere tt la well known that the Junior Order of American Mechanics has been most Industriously M wprk in behalf of the literacy tetT1 Ii organization la udmlttediy antiCatholic and by throwing a cloak over their real i kENTUCKY IRISH I AMERICAN sentiments and reasons they are able to Induce labor organizations to pass resolutions which on a little reflection they would reject as ridiculousAll and patriotic citizens agree with Presidents Cleveland and Taft that the reasons given for the Insertion of the literary test are Insincere and the prime motive behind the effort is religious bigotry pure and simple SISTERS HOLIDAY GREETING Mother Mary of the Compassion Superioress of the Convent of the Good Shepherd Eighth and Madison has sent out the Holiday greeting as customary wishing all a happy Now Year The pamphlet contains a brief outline of the work for the year There are at present in the community eighteen Sisters forty six Magdalena and fiftyone pre servates In May there were twen tyeight baptisms All of the In mates at the Eighthstreet convent except the Sisters are colored The pamphlet states that the Sisters had hoped to have begun work on their new convent on the Newburg road ero Christmas but one thing or anther delayed The Sisters have fifteen acres on the Newburg road and the project of building there has not been abandoned only delayed Tho Mother Superior and all pC the Sisters are praying for the lay when they may move from Eighth street Although this con vent is the cradle of the order In these United States it Is now so surrounded by undesirables and noise that the good Sisters pray constantly to be allowed to go to the country Some time soon the char table men who promised to aid the Sisters will no doubt renew the movement to raise sufficient funds to build a new convent The Sisters feel deeply grateful to those who have assisted them and to the good Men who are to aid them in tho future In undertaking to build anew convent for the colored women and girls who are the most abandoned and need the guidance of tho Sisters For seventyone years the Sisters have been in their present convent on Eighth street DAY OF JOY Cardinal Gibbons greeted more Jiaa a thousand persons including many henCatholics at his annual New Years reception on Sunday The ordeal ofckaying early mass preaching a tjermoil Ii solemn high mass and receiving hT guests shortly altward did not so2to haveia1trrai l AC If sett orausde4- tha lftlMr M ti or ipf i gels Berlin nor eve ju Rome Is there so great a regard for quietude and orderly tranquility on the Lords day as In Baltimore and other cities of the Union But a closo observer can not fall to note the dangerous Inroads that have been made on the Sunday rest in this country during the last forty years If these encroachments are not checked In time the day may come when tho salutary thoughts of God of eternity and the soul will be choked by the pleasures and dissipa tions of tho world We must not confound the Christian Sunday with the Jewish Sabbath The Christian Sunday prescribes the golden mean between rigid Sabbatarianism on the one hand and lax Indulgence on the other Sunday is a day of rest of Innocent recreation and pastime and of healthful diversions where profitable to mind and body Let Sunday be a day of gladness and in eerier sunshine which the name of Sunday itself suggests TEACHING EIGHTY STUDENTS Louisville Council 390 Knights of Columbus now has about eighty students enrolled in the various classes of the night school being conducted in the class rooms of the home at 816 South Fourth avenue No charge being made for any course of instruction given any young man or boy wishing to do so is invited to enter any class he may desire at such time as would suit his con venience Bookkeeping mathemat ics physical culture and how to speak In public are the principal courses now being given This is assuredly a noble work upon the part of the Knights and many should benefit therefrom JEFFERSONVILLE Division 1 A O H of Jefferson vllle one of the oldest In Indiana and Including in Its membership ofifollowing officers John G Cole County President Thomas Gleason President Patrick Dixon Vice Pres ident Frank Cavanaugh Recording Secretary John Hogan Financial Secretary John Kinney Treasurer John Fogarty Sentinel John Kennedy SergeantatArms the Rev M J Halpin Chaplain The annual reports show the division In good condition Following the cere monies the officers pledged their best efforts io make this one of the best years the division has had RECEIVED COBIRSSION Vincent C Burke recently pro moted Postofflce Inspector on Mon day received his commission from Washington with instructions to report at the office of the Chief In- Spector for the Fifth district at Cin cinnati for Instructions Mr Burke was recommended to the department at Washington by Postmaster Schmltt 4 and besides had the back- Ing of Congressman Swagar Sherley and later paesed a rigid examination For the put eight years he has been employed an a distributor lathe city division of the local Poetofflce HIs promotion gives satUfactlon to hli former awKWiatw and a wide circle of friendi throughout the city r fRANKfORT The Scene of Many Political Skir mishes During Past Week Becldmm Haley Combination Hurt by Affront to Lieutenant Governor Impression Growing That Beck Would Be Weak Candidate COMMISSION PLAN IMPOSSIBLE The first skirmish for State political strength took place In Frankfort this past week during the election of officials in both houses and events proved that the Beck hamHaley combination were in the saddle and furthermore that Gov McCreary who has always ranked as an astute politician is being hood winked by certain of his own appointees many of the present ad ministration giving secret aid to Beckham and Haley in all their maneuvers and knifing McCrearys Senatorial aspirations at overt turn one of our local Representatives be ing authority for the statement that 90 per cent of the present adminis tration is against McCreary The fact that they had control of both branches of the Legislature probably turned their heads figuratively speaking causing the Beck hamHaley combination to lessen Lieut Gov McDermotts prestige by taking from him the power of ap pointing help In the Senate desiring to use the patronage for the benefit of their machine but their move acted like a boomerang the rank and file of Democracy being dis gusted with their petty politics which Included an Insult to one of our distinguished leaders and the second highest official in our State From an unbiased standpoint it can be truthfully said that the op position to Beckham is growing dally In tho ranks and many of the dyedinthewool Democrats are go lug on record In saying that they will l timetnatonhrralctimes 4urtigR the past weskfb ylmefii rcrssr w idt staunch Dernberatseid d taco would seem like political suicide for the State Democracy to chose a weak candidate when It is taken Into con sideration that President Wilson only carried the State In 1912 BY A PLURALITY OF 455 and fell 3096 votes behind the combined Taft Roosevelt vote Another move which Is believed to be strictly a political one is the proposed Tax Commission measure which proposes to do away with County Assessors elected by the people and have the State divided Into fifteen tax districts the head assessor being an appointee of A State Tax Commission composed of three men this board not only naming the District Assessor but would probably dictate all his sub ordinate appointments What a Juicy morsel for the present dictators of State Democratic politics If this went Into effect Our local representatives say there IP fio chance of a commission form of government bill being passed at this session as stated by the Evening Times the advocates from Louisville not receiving much encouragement from the State at large out of town representatives realizing that the proposers are still probably writhing under the sting of their recent defeat here Speaking of one of the advocates one of our local politicians remarked that if he didnt cease making politics a business all the year round he would follow In the footsteps of others of that class and be forced to the necessity of wearing a straw hat In the winter time Louisville and Jefferson county can justly be proud of their Senators and Representatives at Frankfort they being found voting on the side of economy and retrenchment In every Instance this past week Their combined strength is bound to yield good results In the passing of beneficial laws State Senators Charles H Knight and Sam Robert son are very Jubilant over the vic tory in tho Senate of Miss Jennie McDonald as Enrolling Clerk she being their especial candidate they also voting for another winner in Cash Shaw for Doorkeeper George B Cack Barret In the House Is already hobnobbing with the lead ors and is always surrounded by a crowd of country Representatives listening to his droll stories of experiences on the ball field in the role of umpire EUCHRE AND LOTTO Monday afternoon and evening the St Joseph Sodality of St Brigid- church will entertain with a euchre and lotto party In the school hall at Baxter and Hepburn avenue The young men of the congregation ar endeavoring to raise a fund sum lent to pay for the side altar o St Joseph for which they deserve much credit All will be welcome and are promised many handsome prizes They will also award a pedal tally prize- OUTFIT FOR RYAN Thomas JfKyan mwly appointed Deputy under Sheriff Charles J Cronun has time recipient of anI outfit Appropriate for bU official 1 duties the gift ofhllIHmocratfc a friends the presentation speech be ing made by Hunter Burke Wednesday noon In tho presence of the donors the speaker referring to Ryans long and continued services to the Democratic party and prophesying for hlm a splendid rec ord as an officer jot Jefferson county Deputy Sheriff Ryan was taken completely by surprise and re sponded feelingly in a few hoping that ho would wordsI I merit the good wishes of his friends At the close of his remarks j on opening the parcel It was found to contain a tin badge about the size of a pie plate with his name stamped thereon a little toy pistol used by boys as a squirt gun and an Imitation blackjack made of rubber RECENT DEATHS Friends and relatives extend their heartfelt sympathy to Leo and Bertha IollrosJ South Twentieth street whose little son Will lam Robert was claimed by the Angel of Death last Wednesday fol lowing an attack jof pneumonia The funeral of Miss Blanche Jacobs daughter of William Jacobs 2425 Bank street was held Monday morning from St Cecilias church Miss Jacobs had been ill a month when pneumonia developed She was twentyfour rears old and be sides her parents leaves three sis ters I Louis Scholl aged twentysix son of Martin Scholl 3311 West Jeffer son stfeet died Wednesday of pneu monia He was widely known and news of his unexpected death was a painful shock to his friends The funeral was held yesterday morning from St Columbas church the Rev John Kallaher officiating at the mass of requiem Monday morning the Rev Father Patrick Walsh officiated at the fu neral of Msr Anna Weaver at the Sacred Heart church which suffers a loss by her death She was forty four years old and the beloved wife of Edward Weaver 1702 West Wal nut street To the bereaved hus band many friends tender their sncere sympathy agedseventyeightH B StrubeJfXthe East Market street shoe died suddenly Wednesday morning from heart dis ease Sho was the widow of Ber nard Strube la jHfa native of Ger many but hadM t most of her life In Loulsill mer funeral takes place hl8niojrni1trom St Martins chllr tWitr jir iPii1f ivo o monla Frank Hurley fiftytwo years of age was called to his heavenly reward Saturday night He was a well liked employe of the Ken tucky Wagon Works and resided with his wife and three sons and a daughter at 633 Davies avenue His funeral took i lace Tuesday morning from St Anns church Rev Father John Hill celebrating the solemn mass of requiem Funeral services over the remains of William Curran an aged and re spected member of St Charles Borromeo church were conducted Saturday morning by Rev Father Raffo His death followed an ill ness of two weeks at his home 2227 West Broadway For many years the deceased had charge of the Louisville Nashville railroad paint department and was well liked and popular with the officers and em ployes Besides his widow Mrs Mary Curran two sons John and William Curran and two daughters Misses Mamie and Ella Curran sur vive him GOOD START MADE Division 3 A O H started the new year with a large attendance at the meeting Monday night when practically every chair was occu pied The officers for 1914 wero installed and Instructed as to their duties by County President William Connelly who in an eloquent ad dress stated that he was personally acquainted with each one and that the division had selected an ex cellent set of officers Resolutions jof sympathy on the death of the late Col John H Whallen were re ported and adopted President Maloney announced his committees ho appointees promising to serve faithfully When tho annual report was read showing the division in splendid financial condition stir ring talks for a Hibernian home were made by Magistrate P T Sullivan Georgo J Butler John G Hesslon Thomas Quinn William Holleran Patrick Begley and oth ers and it seems almost certain that a site will be secured before the end of tho year President Maloney outlined a programme tha pleased his hearers and will greatl- strengthen the division k GETS THREEYEAR TERM Capt John B Murphy one Jefforsouvilles most popular an remainsPolice Commissioner of that city having been appointed for another term of three years at the meeting of nighteCapt Murphy has rendered good conf tinued as Chairman SOCIAL CLUB DANCE The Young Kens Social Club announce the next dance of their serve e to be given at Utopian Hall 01n Thursday evening January 82 from 830 to 1 ocloek The ReceptloiL Committee In charge are TR fie Hn JY BaaWwia D L WalhM-q Mullaner JfR McGrath and B N Highs n MACDONOUGH Ills Anniversary Should Receive Due Recognition Next September HisI Lake Clmmnlaln Victory Helps Defeat Great Britain Atoned For the Mismanagement null Inefficiency of Land Campaigns DEFEAFS OVERWHELMING ODDS v From the Chicago Tribune of last Sunday we take the following which will prove opportune redaing at this time when the former enemy of this country would envelgle us into a peace celebration while refusing to take any part in the PanamaPacific Exposition at San Francisco next yearSeveral years ago preparation was begun to give to the centennial of Perrys victory in Lake Erie the recognition It deserved from the nation particularly from the West This year the centennial of a more ad venturous and not less important victory may receive scant attention even In the East Possibly it was Thomas Macdonoughs misfortune not to have a phrase or a phrase maker His memory deserves more than may be granted to It It was late In the war when the British assembled under Sir George Prevost undertook the invasion of New York by the route taken by Bur goyne thirtyseven years before tho natural route through the gateway from Canada For It the control of Lake Champlain was essential Prevost had command of 11000 men It Is easily forgotten that this was numerically the most formidable expedition dispatched by Great Britain against the United States Ross burned Washington with 4000 menThe strategy was that of earlier years unsuccessful before when the farmers boys came pouring out of stoppedBurgoynegagement at Bohnlngton and later tft ecllrrinHab Ii rJll y saved the opublicthen butMtheyy were not saving it when Prevost with his larger force threatened to drive a wedge down Into the heart of the country New England was passive Massachusetts with her 75000 trained State troops said It Is Mr Madisons war Let him light It Gen Macomb In command of tho troops at Plattsburg had 2000 effectives with whom to oppose Prevosts 11000 On the lake to clear the way for the expedition and maintain Its line of communication was a fleet of one brig two sloops and a dozen gun boats The construction of a thirty seven gun frigate had been begun The Americans had on the lake a heavy corvette two smaller vessels and ten gunboats and under con struction a brig Capt Macdonough was In command of the fleet When his vessels met the British In Sep tember 1814 he was inferior in metal and men Perry on Lake Erie was superior in both to the enemy Even as happened to Perry Macdonoughs chief vessel the Sara toga became disabled but Mac donough did not desert 4t He suc cessfully performed the operation of winding ship presented an unscarred and effective side to the foe already in Imagination vic torious and in the following half hour forced the enemys flagship to strike colors The other ships of the British squadron then lowered their flags and the Americans had control of the lake Prevost marched back Into Canada without having the opportunity to strike at the vitals ofa nation weakened by the virtual New England secession and by scarcity of trained and disci plined soldiers Again the navy which the Jef tersonlans had refused to support because It vas a Federalist Insti tution had saved American terri tory and atoned for the mismanage ment and inefficiency of land 6am palgns It was late In the war and possibly the disaster of a reversal on Lake Champlain could bo exagger ated now but Prevent successful would have given geographical Isolation to the New England States already Isolated politically from the rest of tho nation Massachusetts at stoppingywas Ing the other New England States to a frank consideration of seces sion The union was not cemented Now England had much to complain otherdmore had tho specie of the country it had sound banks and manufacturers tho aggressions of France and England had stifled Its commerce but It was trading in foodstuffs even with the enemy and was holding military sup port from the Union When the Hartford convention met In December 1814 to obtain such amendments and explanations of the constitution as will secure them the different States from further evils It was prepared to pronounce in favor of separation Land the bearers of lie resolutions to Washington carried virtually an ultimatum to Preeldent M lon and Congress They ware hummed by the fromNQrlf declared Jackson had won The retreat of the New England dele gates was almost Ignomlnous What would have happened If Pre vost had been successful where Burgoyne had failed and had split tho country apart and what these New England States would have done Is useless subject for present conjecture but one with substance enough to justify a lively sense of gratitude In remembrance of a young commander not often enough re memberedThis essentially the Easts cele bration but the entire nation could well prepare to give the work of Macdonough its due recognition next September PRESENTED TO CARDINAL A check for 500000 from the Knights of Columbus of the United States for the Catholic University at Washington was presented to Car dinal Gibbons at Baltimore on Tues day by James A Flahehy of Phila delphia Supreme Knight of the or der Monsignor Thomas J Shahan President of the university and members of the faculty attended the presentation Ceermony which took place at the Cardinals residence Nearly every national officer of the Catholic laymens organization and several distinguished clergymen were at the presentation ceremony The money was collected during the last four years and will be used for the establishment of fifty lay scholarships at the university Ed ward H Doyle of Detroit Chair man of the Fund Committee In pre seating tho gift to the Cardinal said that his committee would recom mend that the Knights raise an other 100000 for the erection of a suitable dormitory to house the scholarship students James A Flaherty addressing the Cardinal said that the endowment was the offering of 300000 Knights of Columbus in the cause of education and as some evidence of their love for the orders first and greatest Friend and benefactor in the person of Your Eminence Cardinal Gib bons responded feelingly in an ad dress of acceptance thanking the givers In the name of the Holy See find his colleagues on the Board of Trustees of the university I find only one parallel for your magnan greatmedievaldevoted merchants guilds of those former Catholic days he said In an age of spiritual unrest and de spair you have renewed that miracle of faiththe steady and affection ate cooperation of a multitude of men In the fulfillment of one mighty purpose whose Immortal Influence shall run like a fertilising river through all time and spread on all Ides most welcome benefits f 1 = l- bj oJr INSTAtiUEDOFFICER County President William J Con nelly received a hearty welcome Tuesday night at a well attended meeting of Division 1 A O II President Thomas Tarpy occupied tho chair and was pleased with the number present One application was received and with a number of others will be reported at the next meeting Chairman Tom Cleary of tho Visiting Committee reported James Gilmore off the sick list and Thomas Lawler and George English Improving Officers for 1914 were next Installed by the County Presi dent who delivered a short but forcible address in which he stated that the four divisions and auxiliary had made steady progress during the past year and entered the new with still brighter pros pects In concluding ho expressed appreciation of the loyalty of Divis ion 1 and the support given the County Board by its officers Responding for the division President Tarpy returned thanks to the County President for his presence and encouraging words and also to Daniel McCarthy the retiring Vice President Treasurer Tom Keenan reported the funds in his hands which total a nice sum despite the heavy drain for sick and death benefits ACCUSER MAKES APOLOGY Public retraction and a fine after two frenzied hearings for slander Saturday are expected to close she case of Prank M Stewart charged with falsely accusing father William D Malone of Immorality The pub lic was excluded from the hearings Frank M Stewart who had accused the priest of improper relations with women publicly admitted the charge after the court had taken his case under advisement He then offered full retraction and apology to the clergyman who accepted It Stewart was then set free Frank Monteen a contractor charged with circulating the same slander was given a hearing pleaded guilty and accepted a fine Father Malone first took the stand and denied the truth of the stories circulated Two other witnesses testified that Stewart had made statements to them reflecting upon the character of the priest Stewart was arrested Friday on a warrant under the new Wisconsin law which provides a heavy fine and jail sentence for slander Father Malone said that the Archbishop had Insisted on a vigorous prosecution This is a deliberate effort by an anilCatholic agitator to besmirch the priesthood he continued The story Is baseless and I am convinced that It would not be believed by any fairminded man- EXERCISE THATS HEALTHY A terpsichoreaness thinks the Catholic Advance too strict In condemning dancing which is for in stance fine exercise for the limbs She asks Father Maher triumphantly what could he suggest instead of it and he has no hesita lion In recommending the Stations of the Cross Try this exercise for the limbs UI fine and healthy WE DO- PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK Give Tliia Office Tear Next Order THEY IAILa Tactics Designed to Rush Prime Minister Are Without Result a Tory Compromise For Home Rule Has Failed of Its Purpose Liberals Hall the Attitude o Premier Asqulth With Delight NO ANTIAMERICAN ENTENTE Winter has descended as suddenly on English politics as on English soil Both are snowbound cables T P OConnor M P This fact must discount the belligerent mes sages which the Tory leaders send to Tory organs for the New Year and their renewed encouragement to Ulster Orangemen to continue their fantastic drillings and other mock heroic war preparations These mes sages simply mean that for the moment the Liberal leaders have given no Indication of readiness to accept any extravagant proposal such as the perpetual exclusion of Ulster which Is all that Bonar Law can yet be Induced to name as the price of peace and which no Liberal Minister could even look at without breaking up the Liberal and the Irish ranks In other words neither side has yet come to close quarters and this delay exasperates the Tories and weak ens tho Tory position while Premier Asquith can afford to wait Bonar Law on the other hand Is surrounded by eager and nervous friends who have to choose between compromise or risking their precious necks In civil war This Is the ex planation as to why the Tories are trying every plan to rush the Lib erals Into some disastrous deal but Asquith stands by his declaration that he will not be hustled As to the temper of the Liberal party this attitude of Asquith Is hailed with satlsfactlon exasperatlon suspicion compromisebeing e moodnewedlly t Al4Cancheste 1 Q diMR ilSllf ressing for r1pld1tlg 1J atf so as tonrovent an ol fburst ot vie lenco bytlrTOrtn I n the early days of the coming session but these apprehensions I consider exagger ated Christmastide produced sig English to extremes Bishops and parsons prayed and preached in favor of peace which is an indication of such general sentiment In favor of settlement as to make accommodation InevitableThe In American paapers over suggestions of an anti ii American entente between England and Germany has found Its way I across tho Atlantic So far as we know In London this plea is entirely unfounded It certainly has noth ing to do with the PanamaPacific searchingInquiries the exposition and this is exactly how It stands Some minor officials 1 unfavorablypurely on business grounds It was reported simultaneously that while England was asked to spend Congresshad500000 Only a few English business men were at first consulted and their answers wore unfavorable All this took place while the question of Panama canal tolls at an acute stage Another came later when a powerful wasllmitten of English business men f ganized by William Goodo a keen tactful and alert young man from Newfoundland took things in hand and the Government relaxed its first attitude and seemed willing to con tribute under gentle pressure from Its Parliamentary supporters and the business world Although Lloyd George may be able owing to the splendid prosperity of England to meet even tho enormous additions to expenditure he could not spend another dollar without resorting to new taxation and now taxation al ways Is a dangerous experiment and especially at moment when the Gov r ernment Is attempting to rush through the final stages such con troversial measures as the Irish and Welsh bills- Meantime the action of the Government meets with universal con demnation In the Liberal as well as the Tory press and Goode Is preparing a now memorandum to Asquith which will receive I be hove the signature of a majority of tho members of Parliament in all parties and thus the last word Is not yet said and can not be said until Parliament meets and the mem bers have further opportunity of Impressing their views nearer at hand on the Ministers But emphatically there Is no antiAmerican entente The only trace I can find is a soreness of feel ing regarding tho extension of the Monroe doctrine apparently exclud ing all English participation in the F employment of capital IB Central or ttbI1IfeelingBritish Journals and dose not affect the overwhelming sentiment of the masses of English people l for cordial relations with America u f- ii HI riS I gOLZaKENTUCKY 1RXSH A X3 KUbITU6KYY IRISH flMERIGflN htekd te the Social and Meral t4yalceese el Irish Aaerlcae and CaAiltea Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernian Young Mtns Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated publlahara DESCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY Bc natterII Bntrtd dIll UaltTllI Poitoffic M 9eadClue iMrsit all CoBBiiUatltit to tks KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Oeeee St1 LOUISVILLE Ky sATURDAY JANUARY la 19141 APOSTLES OF HATRED truthitheThere Is no mistaking of the words of the Rev Dr Morgan M Sheedy who declare that Just at this time there seems to be a renewal a sort of recrudescence of the spirit which animated the ancient hypocrite denounced by Christ This spirit eof renewed bigotry and bitterness Is aI wave spreading over the land and Influencing millions of Ignorant y and narrowminded people We cannot blame many of these people for they know no better Those who deserve blamo are the more Intelll gent agitators of this narrow and dangerous spirit some of them mas- queradinga as ministers of the gospe l of Christthe gospel of love and the gospel of truth These are the men who in secret hire halls bring into communities reprobates with less decency and more courage than themselves to defame and calumniate the faith of their fellow citizer and to stir up hate and bitterness against their neighbors These men know better therefore they have no excuse The poor Ignorant and narrowminded Individuals who igo to hear such performances are more sinned against than sinning for they do not know that the stories they are told are and must be lies And the men who lead and encourage for their own personal gain G those societies which prey upon tho Ignorance of their members and encourage them to believe that Catholics are dangerous citizens are equally to blame They have brains enough to know better and they are prostituting their Godglvei intelligence to the basest of aU usesthe fomenting of hate and bitterness among their fellowmen OPTIMISTIC V Leading newspapers note that with the first week of the new year the current of opinion among businessmen of the country grow decidedly more optimistic and kpyjithe many expressions of opinion rain the men of wide rang of Information thero is hardly a dissenting note hso bett r times in the immediate future r The reem ployment of thousands of men laid off a few weeks ago Is announced and from Illinois Pennsylvania Ohio Massachusetts and other industrial States come reports as to k return of idle labor to the mills am the factories The Public Service Corporation of New Jersey announced last week an advance In the wages of their employes in certain classes of labor and this advance affected the per diem of nearlY 4000 persons More than 2000 men in Jew York City employed In the building trades enter the nev year with an advance in wages granted them by their employers and these advances in pay are a direct refutal of stories of great numbers of men out of employment in New York and New Jersey Not for a century has the country en tered a new year with such brllllanl prospects for large business for secure business for sound and safe business in all its area as It does now in the beginning of 1914 NEAR BOTH SIDES Now that the Evening Times has published a statement from Wood Axton recent Progressive candidate for Mayor In regard to wages paid s In his factory why not hear from former State Labor Inspector B J Sand on the same question espe cially the part referring to the hours of labor each day and which was not Included in the Times carefully worded explanation STOPPED The Chicago Board of Education has ordered the discontinuance of sex hygiene lectures in the public schools of that city They should never bane been introduced and It la evident their evil effects have been realized These lectures had been given as a special course during tho last school term and were of such a Vile nature that printed copies were denied admission to the mans by the postal authorities EUGENICS MARRIAGE The Immediate effects of Wis consins new eugenics marriage law are only what was to have been ex- potecl Ignoring the fact that OMtriwony Is a church sacrament the ffaal outcome in Wisconsin unless the law Is changed must be depJor Me Already one Register ofj Dfttds has announced that he would record common law jaarrtege con 1 tracts for ten cents each No doctors fee is necessary he says only ten cents to register the contract No marriage certificate no doctors no pastor required The registration of the contract is necessary to obtain recognition in the courts Here is food for thought and an incentive to all creeds to follow the example of the Catholic I church regarding marriage And divorce also MYSTERY Our local Board of Park Commissioners state that they can not see their way clear to build a shelte house with conveniences for the benefit of the amateur ball player of the Catholic and Protestant baseball leagues and others at Shawnee Park With an approxi mate appropriation of 160000 for park purposes and conceding the the ball players and their follower are In the majority it does seem an unexplainable mystery why the members of the Park Board refus to cater to popular sentiment Frank M FIsher Postmaster at Paducah for many years prominent in Republican politics In Kentuck and the guiding spirit of tbe Paducah Evening Sun has soled hls interest and retired from newspaper work Frank has been successful and will know how to enjoy the relaxation and rest that now confront him His newspaper friend throughout the State will wish him continued good luck even who fighting him politically According to an estimate based on the vital statistics for 1912 Germany will have 80000000 Inhab- Itants in 1930 twice Its population when the empire was founded in 1871 The number of deaths In 1912 was the smallest ever recorder and tho number of marriages the greatest so the statistics on the whole make almost satisfactory 1 showing Wa8hington6warmtrbate toili patriotic swhich Americas Catholics rendered to the cause he so nobly championed ahd led should shame to silence the foul calumnies of the proscriptive bigots now masquerading under the title ol Guardians of Liberty Chancellors Kirby and Quarles granted twentythree divorce de crees last Saturday Quite a number were Jeffersonvllle marriages which are as much a farce as the Kentucky divorce laws They would disgrace any State There should be no opening of the Postofflce on Sunday The new sys tem has given the greatest satisfac lion to the business public and the postal employes and any change should be frowned down OLDEST STATUE The oldest known statue of our Lord has been identified in Con stantinople It dates from some where between A D 190 and 210 This means that it was made within two or three generations of the life time of our Saviour It was found In an early Christian tomb near Damascus to which the church ex tended In the lifetime of the Apostles Work of this character la extremely scarce Only for a brief period could It have been per missible to make such a statue of the Saviour In the Byzantine church which later developed in this region It was forbidden to make statuary of Christ or other sacred personages iris possible that some of the pictures of our Saviour in the catacombs at Rome are older than this statue There is also the sacred shroud preserved at Turin which is said to bear our Savlours likeness node by the Impression of his own body For the statue the claim is made that it is the oldest carved portrait This statue represents our Saviour as8o shepherd bearing o lamb upon his back The artist must have known exactly how a Hebrew shepherd of our Savloucli time looked PACTS ABOUT IMMIGRANTS They contribute 89 percent of all he labor In the Iron mines and teal mills They refine nlneteontwontleths of the sugar They build and keep In repair the allroad tracks They build fourfifths of all the furniture They do ninetenths of all the work in the cotton mills They make nlneteentwenttetbs of- aU tha clothing They mine 90 per cent of the sall They own 81 percent of the farms they operate Which facts love the American Leader to remark It strikes us that the problem IB not What are wliolng to do bout him but What would we dc without hlmD r SOCIETY MJI l t Mrs M J Sullivan Is the guest of her mother Mrs Meehan in Avery court Miss Maggie Judge left yesterday for New York where she will spend several weeks Miss Mary K Beating spent last week In rest and recreation at West Daden Springs i Miss Mary Virginia Campbell has returned from a visit to Miss Llda Lltsey in Bardstown Dr Roy McCarthy spent last week In Bedford Ind the guest of Dr and Mrs C D DriscollII R E Wathen the well known distiller returned Sunday evening I from a ten days stay at French LickMrs Elizabeth Burns Waverly Court has had as her guest the past week Miss Anna Donahue of Cov Ington Miss Anna Kelly and William Kelly of Panama are guests of their parents at Thirtysecond and BroadwayMiss ate Sullivan and niece Miss Eula George returned Saturday froth a visit to James Sullivan at FrankfortMisses Doris and Goldie Herfurth were last week the guests of the Misses Mamie and Blanche Tobin in FrankfortOwen has recovered from an illness of grippe that confine him to his home 617 East Elm street New Albany Mrs Walter Glover and daughters Misses Marie and Antoinette Glover sailed Tuesday from New York for Paris where they will spend the winterMiss Adelaide Crush entertainer Monday at her home In the Wels elngerGaulbert In honor of her guest Miss Helen Brooke Griffin of IndianapolisMr Mrs William F Tafel have announced the engagement of their daughter Miss Luise Tafel to Clyde Grady a prominent resident of Henderson Mr and Mrs Richard Dehoney and daughter Miss Elizabeth Dehoney spent New Years week in Frankfort visiting their father W S Dehoney Ben Elder and wife and family have returned from Taylorsvllle where they visited the families of lI rand Mrs J J Elder and Mr and Mrs J W Crume The marriage of Miss Mary E Brennan to Charles Emmet Fitzpat rick will take place at St Louis Bertrands church next Wednesday afternoon atJL gclock Miss Margaret Bannon returned Tuesday to St Catherines Academy at Springfield after having spent the holidays in Birmingham Ala with her father J R Bannon Mary Rose Fitzgerald adopted daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry C Bach has returned to her studies at St Catherines Academy having been spending the holidays at home Mrs Charles F Spalding of Chicago announces the engagement of her daughter Miss Louise Bertrende Spalding to John Coleman Jr of this city The date of the wedding has not been set Mr and Mrs Lee R Yates an nounce the engagement of their daughter Miss Madeline Yates to Walter D Dawson The wedding will take place at St Charles Bor romeo church the latter part of this month Mrs Mary Daly of the New York Store will spend Sunday In Lexing ton where she goes to greet a lovely granddaughter who arrived this week at the homo of her daughter Mrs Ernest Waller formerly Miss Florence Daly and sister of Will Daly Miss Jeanetto Dannenhold gave a heater party Saturday afternoon followed by a luncheon at Kleins ties Dannenholds guests included lesdames Edward H Hlhkebelu B layless Keller Misses Ruth OCpn nor Elise Mazzoni Lillian Nevin Idna Tierney Mayme Michael Florence Storch Rudlna Bauer Eva Beck and Rosella Kirn Miss Josephine Tierney was host at a 500 party at her home on West Broadway the decorations for whIch were in green and red Her guests were Misses Theckla Block Claudine Wiser Mildred PItt E irwan Tierney Anna Boswell lather Vowels Ruth Patterson Virginia Williams Vera Root Her lena Block Loraine Daughet Helen Robertson Loyce Norton Dorothy Root Josephine Tlerney and Eleanor Jeyers Miss Nell Fitzgibbon entertained T esday afternoon at her home on Sixth street in honor of Mrs John ranch Newsom of Jacksonville Fla The house was attractively decorated in holly and Christmas greens Miss Mario Fltzglbbon and MisS Ella Agnes Dignan presided at the punch bowl The guests included the following Mesdames ohn Branch Newsom Joseph Fitch lames Hoye Lawrence Williams J T Fitzgibbon Mitchell Rankin and lisaes Alice Murphy Ethel Torpey Nell Condon Jean Mitchell Bell Mea y Mary Murphy and Ruby arch Miss Rudlna Bauer enterta c- 1rron a delightful car 1aYtWlth ia the Highland Muo Were Misses Edith lt rkJlama iLacher GenevUve Btlth JttbrtBe SehlllltJtuth Connor Xfcrolyn Adelberg flor= I 1 ONE DOLLAR month IceepsI you on the payroll Iin event of disability caused by sick ness or accident Can you afford to be without this tection proI nco Storch Josephine Burkley Stella Stark Anna Ryan Katherine Klein May OBrien Virginia Lutz Marie Roth of Paducah Mrs Ed ward Hlnkebeln Misses Mar Hinkle Honor Murphy Grace Maz zonl Marie Harprlng Edna Born wasser Marie Adelberg Viola Born wasser Jeanetta Dannenhold Mary Helen Michael Corinne Mazzoni Elsie Harprlng Miss Irene Schmitt entertained Monday evening at her residence 1031 East Brecklnrldge street iin honor of Miss Helen Brandts and Joseph E Bowling who will be married the latter part of this month The color decorations were green and red and following a dinner dancing was indulged in to a late hour During the course of the evening vocal solos were rendered by Misses Helen Brandts and Mary Q Rldgo and Messrs T Finck Mar tin Walter Pllson and John B Hennessy The following were present Misses Helen Brandts Mary Lawrence Bax Mary G Ridge Irene Schmitt Messrs Joseph Bowling Joseph Kelly John B Hennessy Walter E Pilson and T Finck MartinAn enjoyable party was given at- the residence of John Noonan 103S South Fifteenth street in honor of- his grandsons John and Joseph Murphy the occasion being their nineteenth and seventeenth birthday anniversaries Music dancing and singing were enjoyed by the young folk Piano music was fur nished by Misses Julia Nau Olivia Wempe and Hazel Nau drum by Arch Nau Refreshments were served the table being beautifully decorated with ferns and holding two cakes lighted with candles Toasts were given by Messrs Utz and Noonan Those present were Misses Catherine L Garr Thelma V Habig Olivia Wempe Adella Wempe Rosalie Wempe Anna Rlhn Ellshia Noonan Margaret Noonan Amelia Koenig Florence Rlhn Ade aide Tollman Helen Lubbers Thelma Utz Julia Nau Hazel Nau Myrtle Schott Martha Utz Mary Driscoll Agnes Driscoll Messrs L Gulser G Everhart G Glbney Jr A Westerman A Nau W Schott H Litany J Mahoney W Murphy Joseph Murphy John Mur phy Messrs and Mesdames Elmer Utz John Cronin John Noonan and Mesdames Mary Noonan Hannah Rlhn and Margaret Murphy SHERIFF CROXANS DEPUTIES Sheriff Charles J Cronan last Saturday made known the names ol his deputies in the office Walter- S Miller member of the City Board of Equalization has been appointed Chief Deputy at a salary of 2000 per year The other deputies are- A M Emler Jr Charles G Schmitt William Crader J A Ludwig L P Rammers Val Kast D J Heffer nan N H Christ Elmer Watson Phileis1 chupp Lee Barbour Seibert Potts E D Waters T L Smyser C H lartledge R C Bennett C P eeney J G Krause W H Able J J Sandmann W M GuthrJe J A leckley Phil Hendricks George Clnnarney G G Buckingham Thomas Ryan Thomas Duddy Mar Ryan George DeGrella W L Veller Jr Robert Gray GRAND CATHEDRAL BAZAR A large and enthusiastic meeting of the committees in charge of tho ifferent booths for the grand bazar to be given for the Cathedral of the Assumption during the first week In ebruary was held at the rectory Monday night when all made re ports that Indicate progress and ucccss Special amusements for the children will be provided especially in the afternoons of each day luring the bazar It will take placo In the new hall and the whole lower floor will be used as a dining room where the ladles committee nder Mrs Charles Smith will serve Inner and supper every day The text meeting will be held Monday tight when further reports will be made MACKIX COUNCIL The Installation of officers took ip the time of Mackin Council Monday night Quite a number of applications were received and the irogramme for the Joint initiation was announced Mackln expects to have a big class that will bring the membership to nearly 7QO Tuesday night the officers entertained the members and their lady friends at a sally enjoyable Inaugural ball at the club house supplemented by an ibundanco of dainty and light refreshments RECEIVES UMBRELLA Councilman M J McDermott 10 elved quite a surprise at the last meeting of Branch 4 C K and L- of A being presented with a hand ome umbrella in appreciation of his servIces as President of the branch this past year In addition ice cream and cake were served by the Entertainment Committee composed of John H Hennessy M J Walsh Col IT J Score and Thomas Lynch who claim that tho branch President ate so much of the cream he needed the umbrella for a balancing pole on his journey home and that they are lung to back hjim against the orld as an eater of that dish DOLLS FOR TTNNEGAN The handsome bride and groom dolls which were exhibited in a trketstreet window during the Ways were awarded to Martin innegah of 612 East Washington treet under the auspices of tha Young Ladle Sodality of St Johns lurch Miss Mamie Henneaey the Prefect on behalf of the sodality wllhe to thank all through these liranB who aMlaUd in making a ieeewi of their recent Bttrtaia InL- rl tv TRANSYLVANIAE N Canada GcnISupt Ben L Bruner President RNMTS OF COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere The second will be exemplified at Indianapolis on January 26 Rev Father Clancy leads the K of C basketball team of Albany OreThe year has started well in Kan sas There will bo four third degree Initiations this month At the last meeting of Tyler Council Central Falls R I twenty four applications were read Eighty candidates will be in itiated tomorrow when the new council is instituted at Athens OhioThe Knights of Olean N Y celebrated New Years day with a dinner and dance In their club houseDelaney Council of Pawtucket R I at a very interesting meeting last week knighted a class of thirty can didates Two teams are having good suc cess In securing candidates for the Initiation at Newton Kas on Janu ary 25 when tho three degrees will boconferredYoung who would perfect their education should take advan tage of the free night school con ducted by the Louisville Knights at their home on Fourth avenue In New York City Boston Chi cago Baltimore St Louis San Francisco Milwaukee and elsewhere the Knights brought cheer to thousands of children during the holidays SECRETARY TO SHERLEY Congressman Swagar Sherley this past week announced the appoint ment of Joseph P Hines as his private secretary to succeed Mr Wakefield the latter having resigned to accept a position with the Treasury Department Mr Hines the new secretary is a son of Mr and Mrs Thomas H Hines of 1023 South Sixth street and comes from a family who have always been act eve in the Interest of the Democrat party tho appointment having been Indorsed by all of the local Democratic leaders He is a graduate of St Xaviers and Creagers college and for the past two years has been with the Continental Car and Equip ment Company but is known mostly through his connection with thi Catholic Baseball League having been catcher for the St Louis for trand team and considered by man the star catcher of the league In addition to his universal popularity Joe possesses all the qualities nec essary to the making of a good official and the friends of Congressman Sherley are confident that he will have no cause to regret his selec tion Mr Hines will leave tomor row night for Washington t WOULD NOT AGREE The conference between Premier Asquith and the opposition leader Andrew Bonar Law on the home rule question has broken down according to the Unionist Morning Post which says there may possibly be another interview but that ny hope of a compromise must be abandoned Asquith having refused to meet tho demands of the Union- Ists for the exclusion oven temporarily of Ulster from the opera tion of tho home rule bill Tho Post represents the Prime Minister as having been personally inclined to f accede to the temporary exclusion of Ulster but declares that he was overborne by John Redmond Joseph Devlin and John Dillon DATA FOR YEAR Ground Hog day February 2 Is on Monday Lincolns birthday February 12 Is on Thursday Washingtons birthday February 22 Is on Sunday McKinloys birthday February 26 Is on Thursday Stv Patricks day March 17 is on Tuesday Memorial day May 110 is on SaturdayLabor day will be observed Mbn lay September 7 Thanksgiving day will be on November 26- FQbrui1ry 25 is Ash Wednesday Sunday April 12 is Easter Sunday May 31 is Pentecost Advent starts on Sunday November 29 Christmas falls on Friday Spring begins March 21 at 603 a m summer June 22 147 a mj lutumn September 21 426 p m winter December 22 1116 am BISHOPS PRESENT Thomas Cruise a banker of IIelena Mont gave 100000 as IhrictHMM present to Btehop CaraI oll to complete the Cathedral in P coFloor Jones Building i7l Newwull Cut riceSale of Mens and Youths Fine Suits 20 and 25 Suits fr 14 i 5 Hart Schaffnr Marx 28 aud 30 Suits liii 5 NEW Suits made toeurorder from the piece goods selected byyaNew STYLES all SIZES and SHAPES lens stouts and regulars NOT small lot and few ofa kind but THOUSANDS suits and all k- indsLtvYs THIRD AND MARKET Li OVER HALF MILLION STATIONS jREACH OVER THE NOME IIIITELEPHONE nn r I I I iI I v J r a a A a JjjSTA MOMENT LongDistance OUR Service It Will Save You Money Lowest Rates 1iastdSiaervice THE Home Telephone DO YOU NEED MONEY SEE POOLEY CONFIDENTIAL LOANSYO- UR OR FURNITURE No 1 Courier Journal F R POOLEYRoom 415 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE NATIFifth and REAL VAUDEVILLE LOTTIE MAYER AND HER SIX SEPTEMBER MORN BATHERS Other Headline Features W M ckirs Travesty Band and Jiwtlls MiotUu Plrrst Time Here Five Reel Photo graphic Production TOE THIRD DEGREE 5 OTHER STAR ACTSS Matineo All Seat iOn Night lOo and 20o GAYETY THEATER Lao Week Comaumetog assay aMsa GREAT RELIGObS PLAY THEROSARY Breathes the Spirit of Harrison terry as father Kelly Presented by Capable Company This drama its hold on public favor as no other has done It portrays the priests deep Insight and diviae love for hU fellow men when in and trouble PSIOBB Sunday Matteee 1002150 lie aril 60e Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 1000 aeata at S6a Nlgat ion Esc abc Bpp P Viglini a COO 138 South Fifth Firi and Tornado Insurance LOSSES PMMPTLY ABlilSTEI Home Pkone City 5200 Camb Phone Main 161 that city This makes a total of 180000 Mr Cruise has con HeIorgan m completion 1u CASUALTY kINSURANCE ISixth Paul II LOUISVILLE Co INCORPORATED NOTE Bldg WalnutL Purity retains distress Matinees 1Jt60 fJcc Volz Michael 336WestMaketSt When you buy Emer sons you know you are getting correct styles Furthermore they have that smart custom ap pearance which is found only in other shoes Itwp1 Mt St Agnes Sanitarium NEWBURG ROADd A most desirable place for rest freely air and care for all sorts of nervous and mild mental trouble SISTERS OF CHARITY IN CHARGE Home Phone Highland 27 1 CEITRALFURNITUftECI Incorporated- N W Car Third tad QTMI Sts We faralah the hose ease plate ca Hey payments WM CALUiHAN Mir Sven iaet 1 U- U r i I 1w rr t lt- J RENTUOKY RTSfI MERIGAIT- iGRAN W SMITHS SON i AL S SMITH PROP Funeral Director and Embalmer i BOTH PHONES 810 I 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET i 1+ HHKKI 1H 11 11 r Hr +IH HHI+ IoJ + THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer 1221 WEST MARKET STREET TELEPHONE CITY 365 HOBIE PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 i I J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS 822 AND EMBALMERSii DOUGii McELLIOTTi 1 1227 WEST MARKET STREET Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH rxorzIsCumb Main 290Sa Rome City 3008 OL- DFORTUNABOURBON + THE PHIL HOLLENBACH COINCORPORATED DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS 1001 1 I oJ I U I S III IIieti4e+ nkttararttiaa111 +rr+ snag WINES CHAMPAGNES AL K1OLB I S23 West Green Street LIQUORS CIGARS d11 1 iMiII 1 ItI1 tooeoOO+OO H DR Je CHAWK j1 Veterinary s l 713715 SOUTH Infirmary SEVENTH STREET jT l fkmsCMti S 299a HHM City 2399 4 tAW4MMN 9 BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky Ilf nl1nfI All the late and sew Styles and Shapes pricMCUaad HERRMANN BROS nspoaTaxy FINE WINES AND LIQUORS JDbUllen and Wholesale Dea- lIn l fat Fliest Braids ef KM tMky Wkllldpecla- llyPearl of Nelson BOTJtBD IN BOXP T1I SS4 ttXTK ITMCT e BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- Ueleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOBSCUULZ I THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Botk BbattM 223 I INn reds Mee elaeato aM trtu K lae ea tee Kee ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 111 w leefslxal ineaimlUe XT Cestlaetel b7 thXaYerSaa JlceUlIl- 8oautl1 UAeca 1a- 9HcPDNyata iagrra- sie +ar 14+IwMtL rr Jire71r- r WILL REIGN LONG A rumor which spread rapidly throughout Rome last Saturday night that the Pope was dead caused Intense excitement for a time The Vatican was overwhelmed with in quirks but at that very hour the Pope was quietly conversing with Cardinal Basllius PomplII who had not long before congratulated the Pontiff on his vigorous appearance The police instituted an inquiry relative to the origin of the rumor and learned that It was the work of a socalled practical joker who had telephoned to a friend at one of the big hotels that he knew the Pope was dead A Sergeant of the Swiss Guard commenting on the incident thus moralized Threatened people live long Like Pop Leo the present Pontiff will reign a Quarter of a century DOUBLE WEDDING A double wedding of unusual in terest will take place Tuesday Janu ary 13 In the Church of St Ann at Howardstown The contracting parties are William Bowling and Miss Leona Whalen and Palmer Bowling and Miss Gertrude Boon The grooms are brothers and sona of Joseph Bowling a well known farmer Miss Whalen Is a daughter of Mr and Mrs John Whalen Miss Boon Is a daughter of Josle Boon and both brides reside at Howards town The wedding ceremonies will be performed by the Rev Father Alphonsus Shea- MERITED APPOINTMENT The appointment of Dr J W Fowler as City Hospital Superin tendent yesterday by the Board of Safety was a well merited one his record under difficulties with the temporary hospital during the past couple of years entitling him to recognition In addition to this Dr Fowlers recent countrywide trip and study of other hospital manage ments will be a guarantee of splen did management in Louisvilles new million dollar hospital and which Superintendent Fowler states Is second to none in the country UNIFORM RANK EUCHRE Company A Uniform Rank C K of A has nranged for a big military eachre and lotto party next Wednes day night at St Martins Hall Shelby and Gray streets and it is promised that none who attend will be disappointed For weeks the committee has been gathering prizes for the players and in addition each holder of a ten= cent ticket will be entitled to a chance on a valuable sHk umbrella TAKE WARMER BEAT January is a hard month for the policeman and those who now get their vacations would not exchange except for July or August Off this week were Officers William Butler Dan Tivenan J E Harlow John Beirne Joseph King and Corporal Hutchison Those who will have the warm beat next will be John ODonnell William D Murphy J P Connelly John Heckman and John McSweeney and upon their return Emmet Bell J J Burke John Fitz patrIck end Dave Gibson will be out of the cold for ten days ST JAMES NEW BELL The new bell which was secured for St James church will be blessed tomorrow evening by Right Rev Bishop OtDonaghue at 730 oclock during vesper services and the sermon will be preached by Rev Father Ratio The bell weighs 2000 pounds and wag purchased from Menealey Bros of Watertown N Y the St James Bell Club rais ing the money during the past sum mer by subscriptions and entertain ments GENEROUS TO ORPHANS The Catholics of New Albany contributed liberally to the support of their orphan asylums On Christmas day when the collection Is usually taken up throughout the Indianapolis diocese for the orphans Father Curran of Holy Trinity col lected over 400 and Father Selbertz of St Marys collected 440 These were the largest collections ever taken up in these two congregations for the orphans INCOME TAX LECTURE Attorney W P McDonogh will deliver a lecture to the members of the Knights of Columbus during the Lecturers session at the meeting next Wednesday evening his sub ject to be The New Income Tax This law recently enacted has caused much discussion and the speaker is expected to bring out many points of information on the subject APPOINTED SUPERVISOR Friends and the public approve the appointment of Squire George Berry to the position ot County Supervisor made by Judge WeIs singer to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Walter S Miller who had boon selected by Sheriff chl1fdeputyHONOR FOR THE MAINE An elaborate programme 1s la preparation at Washington for the sixteenth annual commemoration of the sinking of the battleship Maine which will beheld at Arlington Na tional cemetery on the afternoon of February 15 Admiral Slgshee Roy Father Chidwlck President Wilson and his Cabinet the Cuban Minister and others have been Invited to be present GAYETY THEATER At the present day when there are so many plays which deal with toturnpurity nd good fellowship Such a play Is The Rosary which comes to the Gayety Theater next week The theme of the play concerns a man and woman happily married and surrounded with every luxury But the husband is an unbeliever an atheist without iWth of any kind There is a Jarring note In the house 1 n- U SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H DIVISION 1 Meets at Palls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays PresIdentThomas Tarpy Vice President Henry McDer mottRecording Secretary Walter CusIck Financial SecretaryJoseph Far rollTtoashrorThomas Keenan Sr SergoantatArms Tim Lyons Standing Committee Martin Cuslck James Barry David OCon nell William M Higgins William Murphy DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will lams Hall Thirteenth and Oa- kPresideptC J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary John r KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelTjuomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresIdentJohn M Maloney Vice President Matt J OBrien Recording Secretary John P PriceFinancial Secretary John J Hes sIon Jr TreasurerD J Dougher- tySergeantatArmsMartin J Kallaher Sentinel Thomas Noon Standing Committee William Lawler Chairman Charles Boyle Martin Sheehan P J Nelligan David Alurpfly DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays I Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresIdentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial SecretaryThomas J LanganTreasurerPatrIck Connelly SergeantatArmsThomas Far tellSentinelM J McDermott Executive CommitteeS J Mc Elliott Fergus Mooney John Burke W P McDonogh Patrick ODonnell Y M x MACKIN COUNCIL nor Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth President George J Thornton First Vice President John Ken neySecond Vice President Fred SchulerRecording Secretary John R BarryFinancial Secretary Will Cassln Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch MarshalJoe Keane Inside Sentinel William Schott Outside SentlnelFE Gratzer Executive Committee Frank Adams Charles Raldy William Link hold harmony a personality at war UsIFather Kelly a priest of the mod ern world and with a deep insight into human nature and u divine love for nls fellow men and when stress and trouble come when the home is wrecked and husband and wife are brought down to the depths of suffering agony it Is the priests calm courage and faith that save them TRANSFERRED Rev Father Peter C P has been transferred from Cincinnati to the Sacred Heart Retreat on the New- burg road this city While In Cin cinnati Father Peter was Director of the Passionist preparatory school at Holy Cross Retreat NATIONAL THEATER The vaudeville bill which will be Introduced at the National next Monday will have three headline features In Lottie Mayer and her Six September Morn Bathers Windeckers Travesty Band and Jewells Manikins In addition to three other acts the National will also present for the first time In Louisville a fivereel photographic production of Charles Kleins famous play The Third Degree This Ib1 a bill that Is certain to en tertain and please the most exacting audiences HINTS ON STYLE Cloth suits are frequently made with velvet collars edged with fur The waist line has gradually worked Its way to the normal line The gathered ruffles used eo much becomll1gtoTartan braids and tartan silks are novel and pretty trimmings to oomo of the velvet suits The big china buttons of garish coloring are used with good effect on the while silk and satin waists We have hosiery novelties in the shape of rainbow shaded silk stock ings with horizontal gradations of colorThe sweepingand raising it over a cone shaped supportShort coats cut almost in bolero smartness are worn aide by side with long threequarter coats hav ing basques displaying hip plaits A new street coat has a panel inserted down the middle of the back which is cut six inches longer than the sides hanging like a sash to the knees HER YOUNG MAN Father That young man of yours has more brains than I gave him credit fir v Daughter Oh papafou dont really moan it iI comingIto we make sailed f ere up on the telephone u DECREASING DEBT Very Rev Father McGovern prior of St Louis Bertrands church read his annual financial statement at all the masses last Sunday at that church showing that 9267 had been raised from the debt collection taken up in church once a month In addition to several little entertain ments the church collections alone amounting to 666944 an average of about 646 on each third Sunday of the month The present debt is now only 5310 which Father Mc Govern expects to wipe out In a short time ANNOYING Since Highland Park has been made a substation of the Louisville Postoflce many people have failed to note the change and continue to address their mall as before Atten tion was called to this mistake by the Rev Father Fitzgerald pastor requeststhesaythatPostofflce in Highland Park the officials would be saved much an byhavIngEast Wampum street Louisville as required by the postal authorities ST PETER CLAVERS The Willing Workers have again andImtertalnmentPeter Claver church at the new school hall on Lampton street be tween Jackson and Hancock on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings at Manyhandsomeand refreshments and lunch will be served Rev Constantine Schaaf 0 F M the pastor extends a cor dial Invitation to all to come and spend a pleasant and social evening CHORAL UNION CONCERT The Catholic Choral Union Louis organization Sunday evening January 25 for the benefit of St Lawrence Institute This will bo one of the big musical events of tho year for which some noted singers have been engaged to sing the principal parts A large orchestra will accompany the chorus which numbers over 300 singers who are now rehearsing under the leadership of Prof Anthony Molen graft MOURN ills DEATH Many friends and relatives In New Albany mourn the death of James McManus whose funeral took place Wednesday morning from Holy Trinity church in that city Rev Charles Curran being the celebrant of the high mass of requiem The deceased was one of the best known men in the city a loving husband and devoted father and was ever ready to lend a helping hand to any worthy charity or those in distress His death is a loss to the com munity in which he resided TRINITY COUNCIL TrInity Codncll meeting hall was thronged Monday night when the newly elected officers were installed and given a most encouraging send off President Kelly made known that Trinity would have at least fifty candidates for the joint Initia tion in New Albany on February 8 Following the addresses the mem bers were entertained with an en joyable smoker SEEKING HEALTH Edward J Hackett who resides at East Eleventh and Elm streets New Albany and is extensively en gaged In the coal business in this city has gone to Ashevllle N C for the benefit of his health He expects to remain there tho greater part of the winter His many friends earnestly hope the change of atmosphere and rest may prove beneficial HOSPITAL BENEFIT iFrlends of Sts Mary and Eliza beth Hospital announce a benefit euchre and lotto for that worthy institution on the afternoons and evenings of January 21 and 22 at the hospital They are arranging for a series of pleasing attractions and will make numerous handsome awards In addition an elegant luncheon will be served each even- Ing TABOO IMMORAL PLAYS As a step toward injecting the Christian standard 6t morals into the theater the student body of Trinity College at Washington last Sunday Issued a statement naming thirtysix Immodest theatrical performances with the declaration that any play house showing them would be denied the students pat ronage for at least one season The Board of Regents of the college numbering among its membership many women prominent in Washington society also announced that the action of the student body would be indorsed Trinity College Is a Cath olic institution for girls PAUMST MISSIONARIES COMING The Apostolic Mlpalon House rec ogntzing the need of nonCatholic missionaries in the Isolated Southern district has agreed to defray the expenses of a band of mission aries who will evangelize those regions It is well known that much prejudice based on Ignorance of the Catholic faith and practice exists in out of the way places in the United States especially In some of the Southern States and doubt less much of this will be overcome by the work of these zealous priests ADOPTING ATHLETICS The Columbian Club of Jefferson ville founded by members of the Knights of Columbus js planning connectlon following committee which has full power to act as it sees fit on the question has been appointed James Hous r Chairman Charles OHara Schntterp FRANK FEHR INCORPORATED BREWING CO Ii Brewers and Bottlers 1LOUISVILLE KY OUR ITsone who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKI3RMAr4BREWING INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE Jnr Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 TIlE WIEDEMANNUTCORPOEATED REfCelebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leadIng bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent fiarwf QRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky 2 FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling 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where reasonableon the old and reliable firm of OT3HER SON215 V Market St Bet Scond and Third f t rI HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Pat WeekQeneral- News Notes St Patricks day falls on Tuesday this year Hibernian prospects for 1914 are very bright Division 1 will soon have an other goodsized class for initiation The Emerald football team repre sents the Hibernians of Indianapolis County President Connelly has been doing effective work this month The County Board is now busy with the problem of the St Patricks day celebration County President W J Connelly will install the officers of Division 4 on Monday evening County President Connelly will be a visitor at the next meeting of Division 2 and install the officers State President Pat Welsh and County President Will Connelly are both earnest and painstaking officers Division 1 of Jeffersonville has chosen representative men for officers and should enjoy a prosperous yearPrediction is made that before the year ends Division 3 will own the site for a permanent Hibernian homeMonday night will be Irish night In St Paul Minn under the aus pices of Division 4 and Ladles Aux iliary 8 Rev Father Halpin will be the chaplain for the Hibernians of Jef fersonville They are to be con gratulatedThomas Quinn and the Hibernian Social Club of Division 3 will render effective service for the Hibernian home project President Tom Tarpy feels confl dent that Division 1 will enjoy a year of great prosperity and double itsmembershipPresident H Hennessy and Vice President Thomas Lynch of Division 4 are now busy rounding up some applicants Division 10 of Central Falls R I initiated four and received several applications last week making a good start for 1914 The Ladles Auxiliary and divis- Ions of Columbus Ohio have secured Memorial Hall for their St Patricks day entertainment C J Ford President ot Division 2 says that he now has more time to devote to Hibernian affairs and promises good work for his division New Years night Chicago Hiber nians gave a grand ball In Emmet Memorial Hall turning over the en tire proceeds to the Irish Parlla mentary fund- President Hugh Hourigan made a successful President for Division 3 Despite the heavy expenditure for death and sick benefits the treasury Is still the strongest in the State With Thomas Shelley Tim JSullivan Martin CusIck Thomas Walsh David OConnell and others present the old guard of Division 11 was ably represented Tuesday night Most Rev Archbishop Christie was a welcome guest and delivered a brief address at the holiday enter tainment given by Division 1 and the Ladles Auxiliary at Portland OreThe next meeting of Division 2 should be a rousing one being the first of the year Every member Is called upon to be present and help inaugurate a campaign to double their number Priests professional and business men State and county officials and members to the number of 180 at tended tho banquet tendered Rev Andrew J Timon by the Hibernians of Manchester N H Everybody had congratulations for Police Sergeant Tom Fltzglb bon at the meeting of Division 1 Tuesday night When called upon he responded with sentiments that were generously applauded HIS LAST BAT Andrew Hlllerlch member of the firm of J F Hillerlch Sons manu facturers of baseball bats and widely known among the baseball players of the country died Wednesday morning at his home 1321 East Washington street His death was caused by anemia after an illness of eight months He was seventy years old Surviving him are his wife Mrs Mary Senn Hillerlch his brother J F Hlllerich and four sons William Joseph Andrew and Carl Hillerlch and six daughters Mrs George Feldman Mrs Frank Bauer Misses Adelaide Ann and Agnes Hillerlch and Sister Mary Carlotta of St Elizabeths Hospital at Lafayette Ind He was a mem ber of St Josephs Orphanage Society St Josephs Mens Society and the Catholic Knights of America The funeral was held Friday morning from St Josephs church and was attended by many old friends and lifelong associates ST PATRICKS LOTTO The ladles of St Patricks church will entertain with a lotto In the school hall Thirteenth and Market streets Monday evening January 19 at 8 oclock and the Mens Club of the parish will also announce on this date the winners of the recent range end stove contest Very Rev Father Cronin announces that during this past year through subscriptions and these little entertainments he was enabled to raise a fund of 10000 toward the building of the now church COSOIEMORATED The first anniversary of the death of the late Father A J Brady who died January 2 1913 was commemorated with a solemn high mass at- St Cecilias church where he had been pastor for many years The mase was sung bythe Rev Robert Craney the pastor assisted by Rev John Kallaher of St Columbus as OConnorotthe direction of the 8111e music Wu rendered by a choir made up of school1 children j c Join the KentuckyTitle SavingsBank Bankand Trust Cos Christmas Sayings Club BetweenNow and- January 15 Four Classes25c 50c 100and 200a I t tI II eekkkEj o IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Both parties in Ennlsklllen arc preparing for a desperate fight in January for the control of the Ur ban Council Two customs officers have arrived in Newry from England to assist the Newry staff In preventing the hn portatlon of arms into the district The Congested Districts Board has purchased the WellsSanford estate Ballinlough which had been for some time the subject of negotia tionThe Ennlscorthy Guardians have unanimously adopted a resolution expressing approval ot the Irish Volunteer movement and pledging It every support eighteennoscreawireless telegraph station He has received signals from ships 800 miles west of Fastnet John Joyce landowner and far mer of Creggan County Galway whose death in his eightieth year recently took place was the recog nized Chief of his clan The Ardee Town Commissioners have approved a scheme for the pro posed electric lighting of the town which it was stated was favored by all the leading ratepayers- At a recent meeting of Athy Ur ban Council it was unanimously decided to proceed with a second housing scheme to provide thirtysix cottages for the working classes John Byrne retired merchant and farmer fell from his seat while en gaged at prayer In St Peters church Athlone and died after re ceiving the last sacraments In the vestryAs a mark of their esteem the parishioners of the Rev Chancellor McHale of Kilglass presented him at his new parochial house with a check value for a substantial amountAn of a serious nature happened to a miller named Patrick Reilly residing at Drumcar near Dunleer One of his arms was almost torn away by being caught in the cogs of a wheel The Limerick division of the Irish National Foresters have pledged themselves to cooperate with other National societies to give the city of the violated treaty its proper place in the Volunteer movement John McCarthy of Sklbbereen has died as a result of injuries sustained by his being knocked down by horses that he was driving at Bally dehob bolting and upsetting the car to which they were attached The body of John Nolan a farmer aged fifty residing near the River Drlsh about a mile from Thurles was discovered In a gullet near the Drlsh bridge He had been missing since the early part of November Thomas Flynn of Derrycasson was at the Ulster Assizes sentenced fortheArva Prior was an exLondon policeman Flynns plea was self defenceWhile training a young horse at Carnan near Stewartstown a far mer named James Duffy seventyone years of age was kicked by the rear ing animal in the head and suc cumbed to his Injuries soon after wardA remarkable instance of long ClogherIare in good health at the great age of 104 and 103 years respectively They were married eightythree years ago As the result of a deputation from the Cork OGrowney Branch Gaelic League the Cork County Council has unanimously passed a resolution deciding to keep Ballinacanga Castle in a state of preservationA sum has already been raised for the erection of a suitable memorial at Cahlrclveen to the mom ory of the late anon ORiordan of that parish The project also in cludes the placing of a mural tablet over the grave of the late Canon BrosnanThe occurred suddenly of Rev James OShea of Cratloe He had not been in robust health of late and had intended traveling to Limerick by the early train He was taken HI at the railway station and despite every effort to revive him he did not rally He was attended by Rev Father White of Slxmllebrldge who was traveling by the same train SEIMER SUCCEEDS MATRE Anthony Matre for over ten years Supreme Secretary of the Catholic knights of America has resigned his office in order to give his entire time to the services of the American Fed ration of Catholic Societies leav- Ing a record that reflects the greatest credit Supreme President Gaudin has named as his successor Henry lelmer of St Louis who has been an Indefatigable and Intelligent worker for the Catholic Knights of America His familiarity with the work of the order fits him well for the position of Supreme Secretary sand no one doubts that he will make good in his new position The annual reports are now being compiled and show that the order Is steadily Increasing In membership OVELTr EUCHRE AND LOTTO Elaborate plans are under way for the midwinter novelty euchre and lotto festival in St Vincent de Pauls new school hall which will be held under the auspices of the Central Committee C K of A on Wednes day night January 28 President Ben Kruse and the members of the various committees are working earnestly to make the affair a success Many valuable gifts and donations have already been made and Indications are that the coming euchre and lotto will surpass any drmer attempt As la well known the affairs given by the Catholic Knights have always been pleasant Ilnd enjoyable and this one is regarded with interest- a n u I Still Continues 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