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Digital page images are linked to the text file. g r T 1 PATRONIZE Secead aad VOLUME XXXII NO 3 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JANUARY 17 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS T CRUSADE Against Modern Dances Inaugu rated by New York Clergy- CardhlnlFnrloy Deplores Pres vent Vogue as Inlll1olestnml Harmful Invitations For Big Charity Co tillion ICccallcd OLD DANCES NOT OBJECTED TO Led by tho diocesan authorities the Catholic clergy of New York City recently Inaugurated a crusado against the tango and other popular forms of modern dancing This be came evident when announcement was made that the invitations for the big charity dance that was to have been given at Delmonicos for the Catholic Institute fpr the Blind had been recalled and the affair had been abandoned Those who had been making the arrangements made the statement that the cancellation was made by unanimous vote In obedience to the expressed opinions of His Eminence and varloua Bishops throughout the country who have declared their disapproval of any entertainment given by Cath olics in which the tango the one step glide or the maxlxe are Indulged- In The Rev Dr Thomas G Carroll secretary to Cardinal Farley ex plained that while the church had not officially placed a ban upon dancing Cardinal Farley deplored the trend of the present vogue as Immodest and had determined to do all in his power to discourage it Having taken this position said Dr Carroll His Eminence felt that It would be most inconsistent on his part to permit such a form of enter tainment to be given by an organi zation connected with the diocesan activities for the purpose of raising funds for the support and mainten ance of diocesan charities or Institu tions It was not because the Cardinal had reason to believe that triii per danclng would be indulged Jmt1 14cgt otthe ouxUia that tits step was taken but lIrealized that so prevalent was tho present craze for the new dances that it would be impossible to pre vent some of those who attended from indulging in them without positively offending them It seemed much more discreet to abandon the dance This course has been pursued with other cotillions and dances undertaken by Catholic or ganizations for the support of dlo cesan work All Catholic societies in this city have been notified of the Cardinals opposition to dancing In Its present mode Although Dr Carroll would not say anything further upon the subject a Monsignor who is close to the Cardinal was more communica tive in discussing the ban upon what ho termed ballroom acrobatics Although It is the desire of the diocesan authorities to avoid the appearance of being unduly censorious nevertheless it must be apparent to every intelligent person who has watched the development of this latest fad that the dancing of today 1s open to the charge of impropriety and is often positively Indecent The church does not desire to assume the role of dictator in the amuse ments of her children but the mod ern vogue in dancing and the pre vailing modes in womans dress are both indicative of a moral decadence In society This decadence which has set in within the last few years Is today evidenced also in the popularity of salacious moving pic ture films and the filthy dramas which pollute the stage A halt must be called somewhere and it seems to me that the time has ar rived for decisive action Following the example set by Cardinal Farley no priest will permit the societies connected with the parish to hold dances while the present vogue of dancing exists nor will parish char- itiesI schools or other parochial Institutions accept funds raised in such a way This will be sufficient to bring our people to a realization of the moral dangers which lurk In the socalled tango and turkey trot We have no objection to the old time forms of dancing and this embargo on cotillions will only be llftod when tho people return to saner and more modest forms of ballroom amusement FATHER VOLZ WILL RETURN The Rev Father J R Volz O P formerly Prior of St Louis tBer trands church this city but now t Trofessor of AngloSaxon Litera ture and Critical History of the United States in the University of St Thomas Manila has been spending some time in Washington This univerrlty was established by the Dominican fathers In the year 1612 and at present there are sixty pro fessors and 2300 students under its roof FatherVolz expresses him self as most enthusiastic concerning the future of the Catholic church in the Islands declaring that there li a great need at present of more American priests He was flrt- r1ntroducodI to the American public through an eloquent appeal to build ai much needed chapel on the Ttrouad of fort McKitttay P I o KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN and previous to tho assignment of Father Brophy at this post the Catholic services were conducted by Father Volz He Is loud in his praise of the splendid work done by the Catholic Chaplains of the United States army in the Islands and hopes that permission may yet be obtained from the Government to build the chapel at the post Father Volz will return to the Philippine Islands by way of San Francisco thus completing a tour of the world CATHEDRAL 1JAAU Arrangements are being rapidly perfected for the grand bazar that will mark the opening of the new Cathedral Hall during the week of February 2 to 7 At this weeks meeting the following ladles and gentlemen were named for the various committees General Chairman Al S Smith SecretaryMiss Vlctorlno Daly Floor Managers Joseph P Mc Ginn Chairman Mr Kerrlck P J Dowling C R Bent Mr Klrkup Combination Books and Printing M A Meyers Chairman S R HardmanGeneral Solicitors Misses Ellen Purcell Mary McCue Winnie Mc Cue Sadie McQuie and Mesdames J Duffy and Mary MoDonald Linen and Novelty Booth Mrs J P Dant Chairman Misses Kate Rose Dant Louise Dant ahd Mes dames E Perkins Fannie Weasels J H Buschemeyer Dan Murphy Charles Taylor and Tom Tierney Country Store Mrs Louis Noble Chairman Misses Cora Davidson Nellie Mollhenny Frances Lebre Ethel Hancock Louise Fowler Helen Leonard and Mesdames Bell Lula Grady Batsch Mary Klein and C R Bent Refreshments and CandyMiss Elsie Burns Chairman Misses Theresa Carr Annie Rellhan Anna Burns Agnes Carr Mary Joe Luckett Alice Kemper Louise Fowler Llaudlne Doncaster May Mennett Theo Taylor Elsie Land ers Marie LInneman Sallie Goode Mary Crawley Annie Morlarlty Emma Kennedy Elnora Adolph Elnora Carr Goldie Landers Mary Wlnn Frances Wessels Catherine Kemper Agnes Morlarlty Grace Doncaster Agnes Coady Mrs D J Gleason and Messrs Otto Kaufman Denny Gleason and Allen Wobbon Fish Pond Misses Nellie Gordon Alice Gordon and Nellie Sohan Large Wheel Mesdames David Welsh and L Gatto In charge Misses Eugenie Daly Relckert Jennie Klrkup J Kerrick Mesdames Charles Gravlss James Cain and Messrs C W Decker Louis Noble John J Welsh Will Gatto David Welsh B H Kerrick and George G Welsh jfc 4lmarlesSmllhHoertz Jr Assistant Misses Myra Burns Mary Norton Virginia Mur phy Gallagher Hawkins Phoebe Harris W Pflngst Rena Ackert Mary Cummings Rose Quln E and Alice Hays Corinne Lyons Ludlow Mansfield Dowling A Marchand Morlarlty Marie Schlmpler Vic torine Daly Kate Burns Betty Mackey Ella Harris Watson Keyer Kate Colllne and Mesdames J W Calvin A J Schulten E E Ranney Aug Ropke C M Ferris Charles Rogers Henry Schlmpler J B Smith Phil McGovern G E Nether land H E Speckman E Kampf mueller Speed Atha Aud George Hoertz Sr J B Dowling Mary Canty Dan Murphy Frances Haw kins B J Janslng Mary Wlnnla Von Hcntoon Hoslfeld M J Duffy Fred Hlllerlch C M Ferris and Bedell HONORED AS MESlBERS Six members of St Josephs Orphans Society who have been connected with the organization for twentyfive years received diplomas of honorary membership at the an nual meeting at St Boniface Hall last Sunday afternoon President Joseph Schildt presided Installa tion of the officers was a feature of the meeting Besides President Schildt they were Vice President Benjamin Stoesser Corresponding Secretary Nlc Bosler Financial Secretary Sebastian O Hubbuch Recording Secretary Frank A Kopp and Treasurer John H Williams Annual reports of the Secretary and Treasurer showed a net gain of 4000 in receipts of the society during the year 1913 KNIGHTS AND LADIES Last week tho Supreme officers of the Catholic Knights and Ladles of America held their annual meeting in Chicago when they wore enter tained at an elaborate banquet by the Advisory Board of that city in the Crystal robm of the Hotel Sher man Fred J Crowley acted as toastmaster and happy addresses were delivered by Fathers W J Mc Namee S J Morrison F X McCabe C M Supreme President Marr Miss Mary E Sheridan Supreme Secretary Henry F Hayes and others A pleas- Ing number was the vocal solo by Mrs Fred J Crowley who is remem bered here as Miss Bee Mullarkey Reports showed the Knights and Ladles to be ina prosperous condition COLLEGE BURNED Tho large wooden building on the bluff overlooking tho Hudson river near Catskill Point occupied by St Anthonys Seraphic College and Novitiate was destroyed Wednesday by fire The priests and thirty students escaped but few of them effects were saved The Franclscar fathers bought It five years ago an converted It Into a provincial kqusf in charge of Fathers Sextus Lagorj and Gherubin Viola of St An thonyi church New York City Tfc loss was estimated at 100000i wit only Z 0000 Insurance o I FEDERATION Holds Annual Meetingand Elects Officers For Another Term c Work of the Year Reviewed In lieports of l rcsldentmHt Treasurer resident and Officers Invited to Visit Louisville Catholic Societies SPLENDID FINANCIAL CONDITION The annual meeting of the Louisville Federation of Catholic Socie ties was held on Thursday night of last week at the Catholic Womans Club when the annual election took place For the Federation the years work of the officers and com mittees was most satisfactory therefore the delegates would make no change and elected the follow ing officers without opposition PresidentDr Peter S Ganz First Vice President Henry A Vonderheide Second Vice President David OConnellSecretaryThomas J Dolan TreasurerJacob Hubbuch The Executive Committee will be chosen at the February meeting All the officers and many dele gates were present when President Ganz opened the meeting and soon the tables were cleared of all busi ness pertaining to the past year Chairman John Doyle reported memorial resolutions on the death of the late Col John H Whallen with the announcement that the Federation would have celebrated a solemn high mass of requiem for the repose of his soul at St Charles Bor romeo church on the morning of January 16 at 9 oclock The Federa tion was also requested to attend the Choral Society mass for Col Whallen at St Boniface church on January 19 when the musical pro gramme will be rendered by that societyPresident Ganz stated that the Rev George M Connor the eloquent pastor of St Williams church had acpted an InvItatlon audnwmI dellan ndess ajj owe of the meetings In bhe near futureTreasurer Jacob Hubbuch sub mitted his annual report showing the Federations financial standing which was greeted with hearty applause The report showed the re sources of the Federation to be nearly 4000 with no outstanding bills or liabilities He also stated that of this sum 3250 was Invested In Interest bearing 5 per cent gold bonds the balance being In bank for current expenses This report was evidence of excellent administration and shows the Louisville Federation to be on a firm founda tion and conducted on business principles The President reviewing the years work returned thanks for the undivided support given his administration by his fellow officers and delegates and also to the clergy men who had lent their presence at meetings and delivered lectures Attention was called to the duty resting on delegates whose accept ance of appointment placed upon them the obligation of attending the meetings and doing their part of the work that may be necessary Touching upon the National Federa tion President clans expressed the opinion that better times were com ing times that portend the uplift of humanity and the disappearance of IntoleranceBefore the adjournment there were several short talks during which Invitations were extended President Ganz and the officers to visit and address the Hibernian Ladles Auxiliary the Knights of Columbus Mackin and Trinity Coun cils and St Edwards Commandery of the Knights of St John which were accepted with the promise that each would be visited in the near future From beginning to end the session was full of interest and augurs well for the year 1914 REDEMPTORIST HEADQUARTERS From Baltimore comes the news that plans have been consummated for the removal of headquarters of the MarylandNew York Province of the Redemptorlst order of Catholic priests from Baltimore to Brooklyn N Y The province includes all of the States as far west as Illinois all the Southern States and Porto Rico In this territory are many educa tional institutions under tho care of the Redemptorlsts The Very Rev Joseph A Schneider has been Pro vincial since 1912 Headquarters had been in Baltimore for more than a lhundred years CONCORDIA The Con ordla dinging Society tho oldest German Catholic Maen nerchor of Louisville celebrated its fiftyseventh anniversary at Lieder kranz Hall on Monday night The programme WU made up chiefly of ocal and instrumental selectionseter Hoffman who has taken an tctive part In lho affairs of the SO lety for the past twentyfive years was presented with a gold medal br he society Adam Mueller an ohn Hp frle were given diplomat acknowledgement of their service of fifteen years jn the interest of tho society William Frltsch di rected the concert and Miss Viola A Weldekomp played the piano accompaniment The Concordia will be a prominent factor In the great Saengerfest to be held In this ftYqME I F f The CatliollcKijIghts Have Great Meeting ill St Johns 11 ill t State President Score Installed the Officcr For Central Committee I l ftWill Soon Begin Preparations For Entertaining Next State Convention 1 SOCIAL SESSION MUCH ENJOYED ti Not for several l I years has there been such a lar j and enthusiastic gathering of thejCentral Commit toe of the Catholjd Knights of Amer lea as that held in St Johns Hall Clay and Walnutt the annual sea slon of the con fulttee The pro gramme of tho eVeniug Included the Installation of officers presentation of repprts for the year 1913 and a social session tfhlch those present turned Into a mast enjoyable affair President JohjnSchalda called the gathering to order and presented State President John J Score as the Installing officer with State Secre tary Meehan aghls assistant The Rev Father Scnuhmann pastor of St Johns and Chaplain of the or der was given JRi hearty greeting and responded TV Ith a happy ad dress hoping tk meetings would be well attendee Father Schuh mann commends the members for their forethought in taking care of those who wlllbi+ left behind The spirit of theie Catholic Knight he said is notktho seeking of his own benefit butjjof the members of g tlJAfter welder and Anton bated as delegates from St Anthbhys branch Treas urer Charles Falk read his financial statement fox tleyear giving a mletailed5iropo thoecelpts and expendltl1Temh1r tho wlorkwiJ l1 Central Committee Before placing State President Score In charge President John Schalda who has ever been one of the most earnest and faithful workers for the Catholic Knights In this city took ocacslon for a brief re view of the years work which was encouraging as a number of branches had Increased their mem bership He expressed feelings of gratitude to the members for their loyalty and in closing asked hearty and continuous support for President Ben Kruse and the new of ficers who are certain to give theICentral Committee a good adminis tratlonINext followed the Installation and upon being Inducted into theIchair President Kruse delivered a ringing address Ho appealed to allI to lend their best efforts to theICatholic Knights of America and sounded the warning that he would Insist on all doing the work assigned them Ho then announced the following committees who will serve for the yearIEntertainment =William M Big gins Joseph Herp VisitingCharles Hill John SoodorIExtensionHarry A Veeneman Joseph P McGinn Peter JIDowlingPublicityWilliam T Meehan John J Score John SchaldaIAt this juncture a recess wasItaken during which refreshments and cigars were enjoyed StateI Treasurer Veoneman when calledI upon responded with a rather witty poetical address accompanied by the presentation of beautiful bou quets of roses and other flowers to President Kruse and Father Schuh mann Remarks were also made by Capt Oscar Maier Henry Schulten Charles Falk Charles Kapp and othersGen Michael Relchert con gratulated the Central Committee upon the change of meeting place and the return to their first home He stated that a number of com panies of the Uniform Rank were being organized and that com panies had just been placed in New Orleans and St Louis He Urged renewed interest In the Central Committee which will have his services always The General also paid the Kentucky Irish American a compliment that all appreciated State President Score was given assurance that the Knights won give him every assistance in arrang ing for the entertainment of the State convention next year which he said will be the largest ever held here Many expressed sympathy when they learned of the misfortune that overtook Supreme Trustee Michael Quinn of Brooklyn whose daugh ter came near losing her life by the explosion of gasoline in her homo Before adjourning prayers were of fered for the recovery of the slob tad the repose of the dead SUCCBEDS HIS BROTHER Eugene M Caffrey for some year Mrectpc and awMetant manager his een elected President of the Lou llle Cotton OH Company s6eeeedln- hlg brother the We JAboT Caffrey 0 NEWMANS Gubernatorial Boom Ilcccivcs a Jolt From the Labor Convention Delegates Oppose Suggestion to Have Him Address the Congress Calcium Light Performers Still Agitating the Commission Measure SHERLEY WIFHOUT OPPOSITION Aside from the doings of the General Assembly at Frankfort this past week the State convention of the Trades and Labor Assembly cut quite a prominent figure the dele gates putting a quietus on the pro posed Gubernatorial boom for J L Newman the present Commissioner of Agriculture the story going that State Labor Inspector Harry Leslie and his assistant Miss Madge Naves endeavored In every way to have the labor delegates adopt a resolu tion requesting Commissioner New man to address the convention and explain some of the labor features of his department but the delegates turned a deaf ear to their pleadings and cohtrarily passed a resolution requesting the present Legislature to probe Into the conduct of the present labor bureau under Mr NewmanMany of the delegates afterward explained their position by stating that they were opposed to the pres ent Commissioner because of his hasty dismissal of State Labor In spector Den J Sand who enjoys the confidences of leading laboring men throughout the State and that they saw no wrong in the issuance of figures in regard to hours of labor wages etc concerning any firm or corporation contending that the State labor statistics are gathered for the public and not the private benefit of the Commissioner of Agriculture Commissioner New mans action in dismissing Mr Sand thus far has only merited the ap partyaridtheWho saw fit to commend him for his course which was probably appre InspectorVTimes The little coterie of amateur politicians or agitators as desig nated by some are still vacillating between here and Frankfort In the Interest of commission government their latest report stating that they have secured an outoftown man to introduce their pet measure the entire Louisville delegation of Rep resentatives and Senators not even being approached as It Is known they are unanimously opposed to the measure and agree with Lieut Gov McDermott in his views against the proposed commission form of government Judging from the pres ent outlook there Is no earthly hope if the bill ever being considered but this will have no effect on the promoters their losing fight In the Pflanz contest and In their support af Axton for Mayor not having any apparent result and It is expected they will still continue to promote mass meetings on commission gov ernment the short ballot the gas merger vice commission labor movement womans suffrage or intact any plausible excuse to secure publicity in the dally press which seems to be the only logical reason for their futile efforts in tho cause jf the great common people whom they have appointed themselves to representThe of exMayor W 0 Head to the Board of Directors of the Louisville Water Company eliminates any possibility of his entrance Into the Congressional race For the Democratic nomination against Congressman Swagar Sher ley who is now serving his sixth consecutive term as the Fifth dis trict Representative and who en- Joys the confidence and support of men of all parties Congressman 3herley has made a splendid record and his lengthy term In the lower house has made him a power for good in the nation and of ines timable service to the people of this district and State The appointment of James OConnor as Chief Deputy in the County Clerks office was a de served recognition of this sterling young Democrats service to the party coupled with his clerical ability Loyal to his friends and courteous to the public Jimmy Is Indeed a popular selection and one that meets with favor everywhere especially with his former associates In tho railroad ranks FARMERS WIN VICTORY I The whole of rural Ireland ls rejoicing now over a victory won for the Irish farmers In the Dublin law courts The Court of Appeals has at length given a judgment idverse to that of the Marquis of Jlanrlcarde In respect to a pro osal by the Congested Districts 3oard for the compulsory purchase- if certain lands In county Galway nvolving on expenditure of public nonoy to the extent of between 1009000 and 1500000 This eclslon of the Court of AppealsI Fill prove a severe rebuff irge land owner A few years ago e successfully restatedl an act of arllament designed to defeat hlr position to the acquisition of cer vain of hisextensive land For a years he has ignored the offers of thelandlordsfrom Ireland Lord Clanricarde has shown least interest in the country and been the most oppressive HONE FOR GIRLS The ladles of the Board of Di rectors of the Catholic Womans Club wish to publicly acknowledge their gratitude to the clergy the business men and all good people Catholic and Protestant alike who have aided the work of the Catholic Womans Club during the past year It Is their greatest satisfaction to see that the club work is being more gen erally appreciated as It becomes better known As a concrete exam ple of this they are pleased to an nounce that the membership has In creased by 200 during the past few months Among these are some of the most prominent citizens of Louisville whose association with the club greatly encourages us During the past year the club has protection goodChrlsUanseventyfive working girls In addi tion to this several hundred women cityhavethe home The club has been instru mental in securing positions for many girls and many more have re ceived counsel and advice from the matron The board points to these achievements not in a spirit of pride and boasting but that all who are members of the club or who have helped in any way may realize the share they have had in this blessed apostolale They most sincerely hope that this will be a stimulus to others to identify themselves with the work and have a part in the Divine bless ing which must surely go with It This Is the New Years wish ex tended to all friends and friendsto be which they trust 1914 will bring them BRIGHT PROSPECTS County President W J Connelly installed the officers of Division 4 A 0 H Monday evening at Bertram Hall with a splendid attendance present Much enthusiasm was shown when the reports for the year 1913 were read by Financial Secre tary T J Langan In spite of the fact that the division had lost three members by death this year two of them in the last quarter there was a gain of sixteen in membership and 131 in finances over the close of last year the division now having tho largest membership in Kentucky President John H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch and Finan cial Secretary Langan made an aus picious start for the year by present- Ing the applications of eleven pros pective members as follows Thomas Dolan Michael J Mulloy John Collins Michael D Mulloy James H Burns Riley J Ford John E Mc Coy Timothy RIordan Martin Cos tello Dan Hartnett and Owen Devenay County President Con nelly complimented the division on Its progress and urged the members to give hearty support to their offi cers who had given him able assist ance In County Board projects during the year past- GRAND DIRECTORS MEET Quietly and unknown to the mem bership In the Falls Cities the semi annual meeting of the Board of Grand Directors of the Young Mens Institute of the Atlantic jurisdiction was held in this city last Sunday Those in attendance were Robert T Burke Grand President of Louis ville William J Madden Chairman of the board of Indianapolis Francis J Carroll Grand Secretary of Brazil Ind The Grand Directors hero were E A Connell of Cumberland Md Phil M Canale of Mem phis Tenn and V K Ecker of Louisville The reports of Grand President Burke the Grand Secre tary and Chairman of the Board of Directors indicated that the coun cils of the Atlantic jurisdiction which comprise all east of the Mississippi river are in excellent shape Membership rolls of all the councils show a decided Increase since the Plttsburg convention last August The session lasted prac tically all day during which time a number of questions were discussed that concern the future welfare of the Young Mens Institute Never before has the Y M I been better governed and this gives reason for a hopeful outlook for this most ex cellent society for our Catholic young men DEATH BRINGS SORROW I The untimely death at his home on Cedar street last Saturday of John Kllker brought sorrow to ills parents and many friends and rela tives He was thirty threo years of age and for a time was connected with the Loulsvllel police department The deceased was of a genial disposition gave liberally to those in distress and made friends of all whom he met Besides his father rind mother Mr and Mrs James Kllker he leaves two sisters and a brother The funeral services were held Monday morning at St Pat ricks church with a requiem high mass for the repose of his soul CONDITION IMPROVED The legion of friends of George W Holland Superintendent of St Louis cemetery will rejoice to learn that his condition Is much Improved during the past few days The first of the week he suffered a double stroke of apoplexy and for a time was unconscious but he rallied and there is hope for his recovery Superintendent Holland was born tad reared in this city and has been connected with St Louis cemetery nearly all of his life WE DOIPRINTINGFIRST Givo Thin Office Tour Next Order r nudAffnlr- Abandoned HOME RULE What Sir Edward Grey Hinted In Ills Speech at Almvlck Conviction Growing That Way Has Been Fount to Appease Ulsterltcs Religious Differences Can Bo Kept Out of time Business Scheme HIS WORKING BASIS FOR PEACE The more the press discusses the speech made by the Foreign Secre Alnwlckthegrowingthatof home rule within home rule wayhasoffending theIslandmost frequently commented on run as followsI Derwlcktwosettlement might be arrived at and I asked What Is It in Ulster they are afraid of under home rule They t8 will not tell us what they are afraid notlike t nothaveafraidIs S they will not go into particulars as willdoonlyleavepose what it Is In their minds whichiIs the real difficulty- I do not believe for a moment that the difficulty Is the difficulty 4 of race between Ulster and the rest Ireland They are all Irishmen to gether I believe that the real root of the difficulty Is tho difference of religion and that but for that religious difficulty you would not find there was any difference of race or point of view or anything else which made It difficult for the two parts of Ireland to work to gether If that be so it a little narrows the question doWn The religious difference will not affect matters of business It will not affect 1th9 management of t customsan l480rortb in 0 f Y me denominational considerations do not enter Are they afraid that the daily business of government in Ulster will be carried on In a Roman Catholic spirit in the parts of Ulster whore there Is a Protestant majority If that be so I say It would be not easy but at any rate it would be quite possible to meet them Take such a thing as educa tion for Instance Are they afraid that the Roman Catholic spirit will regulate the educational system of Protestant districts If that be so Itls perfectly feasible consistently with home rule for the Ulster members or by whatever machinery you like to arrange Ita grand committee of Ulster members or whateevr you pleaseto put their own education in Ulster and things of that kind of dally administration entirely in their own hands That Is perfectly consistent with the con ditions laid down by the Prime Minister at Ladybank perfectly consistent I with the establishment In Ireland of one Parliament and an executive responsible to that Parliam-ent for the whole of Ireland If you do that and go further and as regards appointments In Ulster put those In the hands of Ulster itself and 1f you give them In a word what I describe as home rule within home rule as far as all the administration of their dailY lives is concerned I really can not believe there Is any one looking at tho matter Impartially who can sup pose for a moment that the religious difference Is going to do an injustlry to the Protestants In Ulster If you put their own affairs as regards ad ministration and everything concerning their conscience liberties and dally lives In their own hands that surely ought to be a guarantee enoughSince I sketched out something of that kind at Berwick some one made a speech and said that noth ing I had said was helpful Why Is it not helpful If it is not helpful It Is simply because the Ulster pea plo will not look at the suggestion I have sketched out an offer that might be made We have no inten tion of withdrawing anything we have said before the bill Is passed into law a third time and if In the long run there is trouble It will not be because we have not shown a spirit of conciliation or compro mise It will not be because we have not offered things which would protect the people In Ulster as far as their dally lives are con cerned and education and so forth but because they have refused that and have persisted in pressing their opposition to home rule to tho length of destroying time very hopes of the settlement for which we have worked so long IRISH IN SPAIN It la expected that Sir Martin ONeill whose name bespeaks his InspectorGeneralretirement of the present incumbent Sir Martin won fpr Jilmselfc fa ae ae heheldthef Madrid under a former Conservative Ministry a y i a KENTUOKY cISH AMERIOAN 1lf G lflMR16INiwh l aargted is the Social tad Moral Urucemaeit alllrl1I terlcaad Catbeellei Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order ol Hibernians Young MensII Institute and CatboHc Knights ol America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated PubUchnrc i AOBSCRIPT10N PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY k Routed N Ik LelnllloPooHco ai StJondClii Milter I k Aitasi all Cowmailettlois le tb KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN JI92I West Qreei 1 4 LOUISVILLE KySATURDAY JANUARY 17 191 PUBLICITY FOR DISTURBERS The Catholic Bulletin of Paul recently published the name ofa number of business men that city who attended an an Catholic lecture as did the Kentucky Irish American when thE Guardians of Liberty attempted their advent here The men WhOSE names were given can not reasonablyI object to such publicity though have little doubt that they would much rather nothing were said about their activity In the anti Catholic propaganda Some of th tlI patrons might not like Itsome of them might even be Catholics H Irtld Tom What would they think A the True Voice also believes that our plan of publishing the names off those who by their presence a support encourage public disturb R should be followed The community has a right to know who are behind the movement to divide its citizens Into two hostile camps Usual these men work In the dark They prefer the darkness because they know their work is evil Criminal work In the dark when they can They can do little harm in the hg of day And it is so with these ttI anT Catholic sowers of discord he most effective way of combating them is simply to turn the light I their abettors We do not believe I in advertising the antiCatholli lecturer He is usually a nondescript or a scoundrel who seeks all the notoriety he can attract to himself There Is little use In wasting time or energy upon him But those In the community who secretly t slandoretrs of Catholics are a poeft tion They are sensitive to public opinion in their community and they should be made to feel iiI a weight whe they plot and plan IIn secret to sow the seeds of discordI among the r neighbors Catholics need not hlnk that they stand done In opposition to these dls rcrtfc The vast majority of non Catholic are tar from being iIn sympathy VIth their propaganda of hate It is only fair to them as well as to Catholics that sowers of discord should be publicly known The rest may be safely left to their sense of fair play t JEWISH OBJECTION The school board of Shreveport Int Louisiana has ordered that the Protestant edition of the Bible shan be read In the public schools of that city Whereupon The Jewish Ledger makes this comment It has always been a source ofr wonderment to us why the strenu ous advocates of the introduction of j the Bible into the public schools in almost every Instance they are Prot estant clergymen can so far forge- their duty to the State and nation as to subordinate it to the advantages they expect to gain for their i churches They oppose in the strong est terms the efforts of the Catholics to have the children of Catholic par t ents attend parochial schools of that church and desire that the public schools should be utilized by theI people Irrespective of creed and at I the same time they make every ef t tort to take away from the public t schools their character of freedom j from sectarianism so tlfat they maybe utilized by children of every creed i without doing violence to their feelings To this criticism The American Is raelite of Cincinnati makes this ad ditionThe Ledger speaks advisedly butc does ndt touch the crux of the mat ter The clergymen and their followers know that the reading of a few verses from the Bible in the public schools can have absolutely E no moral or religious effect Their object In insisting on Bible reading in is that they regard it as an acknowl tisnot only of Christianity but of Prot eatant Christianity And then there Is of course always the satisfaction of annoying the Roman Catholics idJewstheee gentlement who made the Catholic parochial school possible In the United States BEAR IN llINDCMany and foolish are the charges 1 brought against the Catholic church and therefore its Members should prepare thwnelye fer ehrefutapi tfett Tit Catholic church Is not and never has been a political body purpose If spiritual not material lle it teachea religion not polities and the hose Vjio ralaeI the cry that to church is a political body are peai purposeStin view There Is nothing 1 O doctrines and practices of the church ofthat would serve as a foundation for tIsuch a charge The church has no er been opposed to real scientific 1In vestlgatlon There Is a bogus science made up of supposed facts unwar I ranted assertions and false conch stone which the church has always Enwmust do The history of the church and of science shows that there has never been a conflict between them Whenever a conflict seemed to exist fIt was due to Ignorance either of the churchs doctrines or of the facts of scienceAnd those who would drag the church Into the woman suffra- red movement are reminded that Its at rltltudo toward womanhood Is that of her Divine Founder himself She has always been the guardian intolyr ests The church woman to her present plane and made her the companion and not the slave of man She has made woman queen f peahtIon of divine motherhood to which she raised the Blessed Virgin Mar Don Boscos Messenger publishedI onby the Salesian Fathers and giving promise of being an excellent monthly is the latest addition Catholic journalism We welcome the Messenger and wish It all success It is Issued from 29 Dio street New York City The Legislature has too much work before It to waste time hearing speeches from faddists and no members Let them appear before the various committees and not block the work of either house Parliament rmeassembles Febr ary 10 and it will not be long thereafter before home rule for Ireland will be an established fact 4 7 r Evllunto him who evil thinks i is still true STRICKEN BY APOPLEXY Miles P Mattingly aged seventy two years died at his homo Owensboro Monday morning as the result of a stroke of apoplexy sus tamed more than a year ago He was born In Nelson county and came to Davless county In 1851 In 1862 Mr Mattingly enlisted In the Con federate army He was a member of ten Tenth Kentucky Calvary and at one time was under Gen Morgans command Mr Mattingly was one of the most prominent distillers In the State being the owner of the M I I Mattingly Distilling Company and for many years had been active in the Improvement and advancement of Owensboro D FINDINGtThe rejection by the Segnatura Tribunal of the Roman Curia of the appeal of the Duchess de Talleyrand formerly Anna Gould from the verdict at of the Rota Tribunal annulling her marriage to Count Bonl de Gas tellane has been the subject of discussion in many quarters The Popehi when informed of the decision and 10 of the possible bad impression it might produce In the United States Is reported to have said that although it was to be regretted that the decision of the Rota Tribunal should produce such an Impression It was a matter which could not be helped as ecclesiastical tribunals be rendered their verdicts on the merits of the case independently of the moral effect it might have and without respect to persons CONSECRATEDin With Impressive and brilliant the consecration of the ofRightplace Wednesday morning In theej Cathedral at Milwaukee Archbishop J andMessmer was the coosecrator and was assisted by Archbishop Weber 1 ishop Rlchtor and many church Codignitnrlestion thorn was an elaborate dinner the Cathedral Auditorium for theB guests In the evening the recep on and Installation of the new Bishop at St Stanislaus church took place otter which there was a great banquet given by the Polish node ties In the Polish Armory In his honor From the Archbishops reo ence Bishop Koslowskl was es HE corted to the armory by a parade of The the Polish societies RESPECTED MINISTER Rev Dr Washington Gladden pi- ongregatlonal minister for over half a century has resigned his pulpit at Columbus Ohio Dr Gladden enjoyed a nationwide reputation as an outspoken cham The of truth as he perceived It He whereverhe elate agitation twenty Years ago he fear anly denounced the Intolerance of bigots Hewuan honored greatat the Catholic Federation oft onVflRtion in Columbus In 1911 cart J SOGIETY jI fJI111telI fi i ee e E Mr and Mrs J Rees of Crescen Hill spent last week visiting in Frankfort IeltUsses Margaret and Betty Mc Kenna of Falrfleld were visitor weekSMr and Mrs B S Mattingly wit leave today to spend six weeks nIna Pass Christian Biloxi and Loui Mr and Mrs Farris Lilley lieve been visiting Mrs Lllleys parents 4Sir and Mrs Slack at West Pol Mrs M Davern entertained IL st week at her home at Lynnhurst or Mrs C J Murphy and son of Park view Rev J A OGrady Edward jBosler and D V Phelan were amon vthe past weeks sojourners at West Baden Springs Richard OConnor and wife who have been making their residence at Eastwood have moved to their new home at Corilla i Miss May Andrews who has bee the guest of tiles Katherine Sullivan at her home in the Highland- returned to Indianapolis Miss Lillian Doherty has parted for her home at Hamilt Ohio after anew year visit ant Mrs James B Doherty in Jeffers- yule o geMrs Andrew Corcoran and son who have been the guests of 1Ir and Mrs James Wathen and other relatives have left for their home in Canada offifes Lucille Hays returned last Week to Sacred Heart Academy after spending the holidays with her mother Mrs Mattie Hays at Highland Park Richard Wathen and his charm ing daughters Misses Lizzie and Eula Wathen of tion have come to Louisville spend the winter Edward J OBrien and wife and son Edward J OBrien Jr were registered NevJMr and Sire James B Wathen Richttrd Condon and son Richard left Tuesday to spend the remainder of tin winter at Miami Fla Mr and Mrs Frank Happell an thenit daughter Miss Florence Happell I to Daniel J Duane Jr the wedding lo take place in February i Charles M McCann announces daughteur Mary Agnes McCann to Edwin Henry Haag The wedding will take place April 16 Mrs Roy Carter Keebler of New York City has been hostess andI delightful t ing her parents Col and Mr Charles iP Dehler Third street t ann1 t Broadway John E Sullivan an I Mrs Ellen Flarrlty of Bowling Green were recent visitors to MrsI Frank Pearson in South Louisville Mr and Mrs J B Cummings 2727 South Third street enter tained a 6 oclock dinner on Thursday of the past week in honor of Mr and Mrs Fred Weiss who have returned to their home in Chicago The Emerald Hibernian Social1 Club will entertain with the next of UtopianHallMeany James McTlghe Thomas Farrell and James Filben will act o the Reception Committee The marriage of Miss E Brennan and Charles E Fitzpatrick- was solemnized Wednesday morning 11 oclock at St Louis Ber trand church Mr and Mrs FltzI patrick left immediately after theI ceremony for a wedding trip to Flortt da and upon their return February will be at home at Twelfth and Garland Miss Katherine Hamilton Willett 1 and Dr Otto F Distrait will beIquietly wedded by the Rev Oscar Ackermann this morning at St Philip Nerl church The bride will given in marriage by her mother Mrs Mary Kennedy Willett and the only attendants will be the two ushers Messrs H B McBryde and Daniel Lawler After their wedding trip Dr Metcalf and bride will re turn February to their apartment the St Charles Mr and Mrs William A Brown 526 West Breckinridge street en- rtained Monday evening at dinner tin honor of Miss Mary E Brennan Charles Emmett Fitzpatrick whose marriage took place Wednes II- Iday at St Louis Bertrands church vers were laid for the following Misses Mary E Brennan Anna H Margaret Brown Margaret Irennan Mary Kline Mary Hinkle Agnes Hinkle Messrs Charles Em matt Fitzpatrick John Wlckstead William Hinkle Edward Hinkle t George Emmett Brown Dr James A Casper and Messrs and Mesdames George E Fitzpatrick William B- ndricks and William A Brown dinner was followed by a dance CATHOLIC CHORAL UNION L A notable musical event will take lace on Sunday January 25 at the a hubort Masonic when the Catholic o Choral Union will give a popular 8 concert for the benefit of St Law renee Institute for Working Boys ft programme will be one that all lovers of good music will appre c Hoffmans cantata Melu Int will ike up meet of the evening Besides this there will be several baritone IOfland three choral numbers Arthur HMletoB ChlMKo the grand opera and sop O baritone will ling the prJnr DOLLAR month keeps lONE on the payroll in event disability caused by sick Itness or accident Can you afford to be without this pro t tection clpal roles An orchestra of fifty pieces will play the accompaniments Many seats have already been sold and everything indicates that n large attendance will enjoy the concert I IHUIR OP COLUMBUS8 I Late News That Will Interest tMembers Here and Else where Kentucky councils all contributed libcraiiy to Mie Catholic Unlvtuait endowment fund Boulder Council has launched the campaign for preparation for the Colorado State convention next spring The Knights of Everett Wash have purchased ground for 9000 upon which they will erect a 2600 club house Preceding the annual banquet ot rthe council at Ashland Wis nearly receivedsorder The Knights of Helena Mont dehave taken over the Carroll Club andanCarrollhInThe Knights at Horton Kas In observance of their tenth anniversary received holy communion In a body and initiated eight candidates Rev Father Francis OConnor of this city was a visitor at the meet Ing of Indianapolis Council last week His remarks were brief but appreciated All the councils in Providence iiR I are increasing Last week sixteen candidates received the first degree and a large number of applications were received Master Frank Carroll announces that the necessary number of appll thereinj City on February 22 Dedicating their own home con ferring the three degrees ending with banquet and dance Now YearsI day will stand out prominently In the history of the council at Salina Kas Indiana initiations will be held at Indianapolis on January 26 when the first degree will be conferred and at Lafayette on January 26 and Connersville on February 16 with third degree exemplifications RECENT DEATHS Friends and acquaintances extend sympathy to Lee and Emma Hoer tor 1823 Lytle street whose little son Martin Norman has been called into the better world The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon from St Patricks church j Mrs Hannah Baldwin widow of the late Joseph Baldwin was called Into eternal rest Monday night fol lowing a long lllpesfe borne with resignation arid fortitude Besides one son William Baldwin she leaves two sisters Misses Mary and Mars garet Foley The remains rested at the residence of Dan W Cuniff 127 untildDiagdalensd Death has claimed another of the oldest and most faithful members of St Anthonys church In the per son of Mrs Dannenhold 2622 West Jefferson street She was seventy two years old and the widow of Adam Dannenhold and Is survived by four sons and three daughters Joseph F Andrew Charles and George Dannenhold and Mrs Katie Rutter Mrs Anna C Box and Miss Mary Dannenhold The funeral services were held Thursday mornr andnIng from St Anthonys attended by j acquaintances Thomas Hasselback fiftynine years of age a former policeman and a widely known resident of Portland died Tuesday morning at his home 3307 Rudd avenue fol lowing an Illness of a year of tuber culosis He was a native of Missis sippi but had spent nearly all his life in Louisville He was a brother of the late N Hasselback and is survived by two daughters Mrs Harry Bruder and Mrs C A Carpenter The funeral was held Thurs day morning from the Church of Our Lady Rev Father Conniff officiating at the high mass of re quiem MACKIN COUNCIL Owing to the social activities of Mackin Council the first of the year there was a lull at the meeting Mon f day night President George Thorn ton occupied the chair and presided j with a dignity and alacrity that presages a satisfactory adminlstra on Quite a number of applications- were received which encourages Mackin to believe that it will read the joint initiation to be held in New Albany 6n February 8 Reports from the Social Club and the Basket- Ball League indicated interest in both with prospects for a most successful season During the rest of the winter season the meetings will be made interesting by addrfesses by sad the younger members a feature that should Increase the attendance EUCHRE AND LOTTO i The ladles and gentlemen of St her Louis Bertrands church will give euchre and lotto next Friday afternoon and evening in Bertrand Hall Sixth street near Oak the Afternoon euchre to begin at 230 clock and the evening euchre at The proceeds will be donated to the church debt fund and as the ing ast decreasing debt of the church has enthused the members of the Congregation a large attendance Is tell expected to be present LEFT RELATIVES MERE MlBesx Margaret and Della Tool and Michael OTool who ing eM here Chia week resolved the Ni TRANSYLVANI coE N Canada GenISupt Ben L Brunei President Sixth Floor Paul Jones BMildin 11 Iiil OfferedlI January White of Undermuslins Petticoats 69- cPetticoatsMuslin straight narrow effect double panel M front and back finished withH I II69clIIand lace edge I t special price + 25o Of cut at with price i 25ccl 1 f Drawers Drawers softfinished muslin straight finished Ii special bottom scallop 26cI 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8 ocloc Those who are to take part art John P Recktenwald directo- Louis IFltzmeler violinist Irs Kate Newman Misses Angela Perry and Mary Schockency Mess Arthur C Becker Peter Brow Lawrence FHzmeier and W I Fritsch accompanists Mesdam- John P Becker J T Hines G Hulswede A Wilkerson T J Bennett J T Wills and Misses Eva Becker Stella Whitener Mary Cor corah Bernita Bennett Aline Zlx Nettle Ament Kate Wise and Mar Y Sheehan sopranos Mesdames Lucy OConnor Ida Noske Arthur Mussel man W J Brnwlne and Misses Ann a Janslrg Bertha Schmitt Ros 0 Neenan Elizabeth Siegel and Agnes Recktenwald altos Messrs Josep F Hubbuch Joseph J Mueller Adam Emmetsberger Eugene H Tlmmel Stephen Schnurr Josep Cassabella Henry Blgley and Henry Gottbrath tenors Messrs John Hodapp John Gruesser Sr Harr Soete A Wilkerson E Schlafe- William H Fritsch Fred J Echs ner John Gruesser Jr Hernia Holzknecht bassos This will be a concert of unsurpassed merit andI should be well attended MOURN HER DEATH The funeral of Mrs Anna A Hinkebein widow of Gerhard Hinkebeln and an old resident o f New Albany who died at her home 409 East Market street Saturda night was held from St Marys church In that city where she vas long a devout communicant Mrs Hlnkebein was eightyfive years oP age and a native of Germany She had lived In New Albany for sixty two years and for more than half ia century had lived In the house 1it which she died Mrs Hinkebein was a charter member of St Maryi church In New Albany which was organized more than fifty yean ago Her husband died a year ago and she is survived by seven chil dren They are Mrs Catherine Hus son Mrs Vincent Zimmerman Misses Mary and Frances Hlnkfc beln and Benjamin Frank an Anton Hinkebein all of whom live In New Albany I PLAN EXPOSITION TRIP Trinity Mackin and Unity the three Falls Cities councils of thi r Young Mens Institute will hold a general meeting tomorrow at Mackin Council club house for the purpos- of organizing their California Club It Is the intention of the three coun ells to visit the PanamaPacific Ex position in a body leaving Louisville immediately upon the adjourn ment of their Grand Council which will take place In August 1916 In this city It is expected that many tot the members from various parts pf the East and South will accom pany them The purpose is to or ganize a party llarge enough to use a special train ENGINEERS DANCE willMwaentertain with a reception and dance next Tuesday evening at the Uni versity School Hall Fifth and Zane streets from 8 to 1 oclock The reception committee Js composed of James Po Langan Edward Dwyer John Cache John Miles George Isaacs and Patrick Ryan Collins orchestra will furnish the music MAYSVILLE Mrs Patrick Flarlty aged seven tyfive years while talking to her family at her home in Maysvllle on Monday night suddenly fell over and was dead before aid reached her heart failure being the cause She is survived by three children and has relatives in Louisville ORPHANS TO BE VISITED Tomorrow afternoon there will be an Interesting and pleasing en tertainment for the Knights of Columbus and their friends at St I Thomas Orphanage Preston Park I The affair will be under the direc tion of John A Doyle BECOMES REAL CHURCH The Union chapel once a fashion able Protestant church at Lakewood on Chautauqua lake N Y has been purchased by the Catholic summer residents and Is now the Church of the Sacred Heart The Right Rev Bishop Colton has assigned Rev Father Harrlgan to take charge of the new parish The church Is be ing entirely remodeeld with a view to making it one of the prettiest on the lakeISUCCEEDS RAMPOLfcA The Pope has appointed Cardinal Merry Del Val arch priest of St Peters to succeed the late Cardinal Rampolla according to the official announcement made Monday A deputation of the canons of St Peters was received In audience by the Pope during the afternoon and discussed the appointment of And Miss Sarah Martin and Hugh M Thomas and Miss Glenna Mitchell- INVESTIGATE We Catholics Inylte Investigation of our doctrines und practices We Invite the closest scrutiny and we are only sorry that some men and women think that because they heard so and so about us that the case Is closed Investigate and find out for yourself end you will do as so many others have donerecog nize the Scriptural foundation of the Catholic church see Its elevating Influence for good and finally become a member of that fold now shielding against spiritual wrecking In matters doctrinal 300000000 of human beings The Antidote FIRST RELIGIOUS PRINT The first religious book published on the continent was print oftheThlWasUmovable type toned in the new world and bearsth date 1645 ttr 1 GAYETY THEATE It One Weak CommtneUf Hmflty Hatta11 The Great Big Cheer Up Song Corned Sixty and OneHalf People 1II NewlyWeds and Their Babe ModelrgownDallllngThe prettiest liveliest and beat drills Singing and Dancing Chorus in Ame- I r IIda 35Aday Matinees 1000 seats at 26c Night tOe 2Ec 3Sc BOc and 76c NATI0NALFifthI REAL Graham Moffats Players Present Theil Comedy Sketch BEIJhDont Fall to See CircusrThe Seasons Great Offering 5 OTHER STAR ACT5Matinee All Seats lOo Night lOa and 2Oo P Viglini Co Office 138 South Fifth aFire and Tornado Insurance LOSSES PROMPTLY ADJUSTED Home Phone City 5200 Cumb Phone Main 161 RECOVERING Martin C Mullaney is recovering from a severe attack of neuralgia having been on the sick list this past week CALLED TO CINCINNATI Mrs John F Oetken has been In thedMiller who has been dangerously 111 STAG PARTY ataF Chester 1911 First street beeing the twentyfirst birthday ot their son G Boyd Chester who during the course of the evening was given a gold watch and chain The new voter was surprised for a minute stating at first he was un able to respond but on second thought he endeavored to hand out a few remarks about watching him In the future or he would fix the clocks of some of the jokers who alarmed him with a surprise OCONXKLTj MENTIONED Rome dispatches say that Car dinal OConnell of Boston is stil prominently mentioned as the prob able successor of Cardinal Rampolla as archpriest of St Peters It Is ndt known however whether or not he would consent to give up the Boston see PKEACHEU SELECTED The St Patricks day sermon in St Patricks church in Rome will be preached this year by Rev Father McGinnis of the Carmelite order BELFAST WOHKEK8 The mills of Belfast Ireland em ploy nearly 30000 women workers HINTS ON STYLE Jet continues to be much liked The plain net gulmpe continues good Uacquard crepe Is seen In new frocks for the South There is no diminution in the favor shown to tassels Straight round belts for coats are coming back again The new lingerie dresses are often entirely of shadow lace All the fancy materials seem just now to be in great request The best veils show small designs on hairline and craquele meshes Full godet basques are noted on coats producing a flaring effect There seems to be no end to the use of black and white net frills The Japanese girdle bow is losing nothing of its present favor Crepe embroideries will be more apIproachesPrinted leather is expected to appear in the shape of waistcoats and halt belts Large beads of mother of pearl are among the rarest and prettiest in the market Gulrapea with low turndown collars are wholly of net heavily hand embroidered In parts shirtwaists are made with long sleeves and costume bodices have short ones Blue probably will be the greatest favorite among spring colors unless yellow proves too strong a rival MOCK ANGEL FOOD CAKE Sift four times one cup granulated teaspoonsbakingTake one cup sweet milk just come to a boil and stir the above in slowly eggsflavoran fortyfive minutes in moderate oven HINT TO COOK puttingwill prevent furring but do not whenitl AlargestirringtieI ALHAMBRA ELECTION I The Tyler Hotel was the scene 01 a happy gathering of Knights 01 Columbus on Tuesday night when the annual meeting of Al Sirat Caravan Order of the Alhambra was held followed by an elaborate buffet luncheon James A Kelly Grand Carsavan Cincinnati was present and d arrangements for a joint Initiation and also for various summer trips were discussed The local caravan c will entertain the national conven tlon of the Order of Alhambra IIn II September 1916 The order draws Its membership from the Knights ot Columbus and devotes Its attention- to the promotion of good fellowship among the members and the erection- of monuments at points of historic CamEScribe of the local caravan since Its r Installation was elected Grand Com mander to succeed John P Hanley The other new officers follow Rob ert G Wulf Vice Grand Commander Carl J Breckol Grand Scribe Charles F Taylor Grand Chamber lain George J Butler Scribe of the Exchequer Charles J OConnor Master of the Oasis A J Chappelle Captlan of the Bodyguard Al C Brand Master of the Wardrobe Raymond A Schuman Historiographer Chris L Leahy Sentinel of the Tower and Henry B McBride Sent inel of the Desert BOSTON ELECTS CURLEY Congressman James M Curley was chosen Mayor of Boston on Tuesday by a majority of 6000 Votes over Thomas J Kenny Presi dent of the City Council Of a total of 80000 votes polled on the coldest day of the winter the vIctorious candidate received 43309 and Presl dent Kenny had 37260 The Con gressmans election to a fouryea term as Mayor is the latest step In a continuous political career which began as a City Councilman in 1900 Since that time he has been elected to the Massachusetts House of Rep resentatives the Board of Aldermen and to Congress where he is now serving his second term The city made its usual pronounced declara tion In favor of license the vote be ing Yes 48341 no 26908 TRINITY COUNCIL Trinity Council Y M I had an excellent meeting Monday night the proceedings being full of interest The Membership Committee has been busy and presented another batch of applications Every pos sible effort Is being made to have Trinity In the lead at the New Al bany Initiation next month A num ber of reports were submitted upon which the action taken was favor able MADE GLAD Editor Ed Shinnicks newspaper friends throughout the State were made glad when they read that his son William Shinnick who was stricken while visiting his parents at Shejbyvllle Is making very satis factory Improvement with every in dication pointing to rapid recovery ST PHILIP NERIS The EntreNous Club of St Philip Neri parish will repeat Its great success the beautiful and original comedy Learning to Telephone tomorrow afternoon and evening at Wlndthorst Hall The performance last Sunday evening pleased a large audience STRICKEN FROM OVERWORK From Rome comes news that the condition of Cardinal Sebastian Martinelli Prefect of the Sacred Congregation of Rites who has been ill for some time became more serious Saturday The mental affliction caused by overwork hus become accentuated and fears are expressed that he may become a victim of cerebral anaemia In the same way as the late Cardinal VIvesy Tuto CATHOLIC NEGROES There are 10000000 negroes In the country 160000 of whom are Catholics with twenty seven churches 110 schools and 6460 children attending ten orphanages and charitable institutions There are fortynine priests working among them twentytwo Sisters and ten lay teachers and seventysix young men preparing for that work LAZY DAISY CAlm One cup sugar one and onehalf cups flour and two teaspoons baking powder sifted together three times Into a cup drop two whites of eggs fill cup up to onehalf with soft not melted butter fill up cup with milk add both and beat seven minutes Bake in a loaf Ice with one cup pulverized sugar and one tablespoon milk one teaspoon of lemon extract beat till creamy and spread This Is a most delicious white cake HIT V8 RUN A gentleman calling at a hotel itt his umbrella In the stand in the hallwith the following inscription attached to It This umbrella belongs to a man who can deal a blow of 260 pounds weight I shall be back In ten minutes 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JEEFERSON ST 3Ideti Kentucky Home of Church Goods FRED ERHARt ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N W Corner Fourth and Jefferson He BOSSE llSONf- uneral Directors and Embalmers r111o joH Jl vitNU J eYeet1M1 1 r THE 2 FAVORITES7o- f LofllsTlllei Particular SmokerfTARPY SPECIAL 1lOc Clea- rLITTLE A JM5c Cigar The cigars without an equalin quality and flavor Homemade UnIoa made and the best made for the money For sale at all dispensers of smokers T W TARPY CO MAKERS SEVENTH ST NEAR MAR- KETMONUMENTS We have just received five car loads of Monuments ranging n price from 7500 to 10000 and which we can give at a bargain Before purchasing please give us a call at our wareroom 318330 West Green St Nil Muldoon Monument Ci CBTHOMPSON E ORIT rr 1 i ONLY ONE STORE SpecialtyFloral 538 FOURTH AVBNUJi Htk T 1pka lose i aUUd t A Delightful SmoKe PHONE CITY 2310 FOR CLJBOFATRA 1oe GONDOLA g AL DOME ga a C3ay ftltMe t u imw Anw F 3 NiU KY IRISH AItJERIOAN xi HERMAN STRAUS ISQI FOURTH AVENUE O Y t January 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have started a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear interest COMPOUNDED twice a year There MAY COME a time whem your LAST DOLLAR must be spent for something you DO NEED The SAVING now of the jI dollars you are wasting might keep that hard time from ever coming j i I Ky Title Savings Bank i and Trust Co Fifth and Court Place IIOpen Daily Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p m I JJsfillH t I 1 101+1 111111111111111111 S 1I111 S 1111111111111 to M1J BANNOH P BANNON JR LAWRENCE J VEENEMAH Pres I Mar Vice Pres 1 Trias Secretary P BANNON PIPE CO Sewer and Culvert Pipe- BanDoRs Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits Wall Coping Drain Tile Vitrified BricK5 Fire Proofing Flae Lining Fire BricK Grate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON HOME PHONES CITY 5731786 CLIMB MAIN 507 WORKS 13th and Brcck and Magnolia Ave Bet 9th and lOth I 1 I I 11 11101010 + IOD IS Time For StovesFirst ThoughtCold weather is coming Second Thoueht We need a Stove Third ThoughtGeher Son The best place to buy a Stove or Range is where the assortment is large and the yrices are reason able Therefore it is to your own interest to call on the old and reliable firm e- fGHEHER SONUI VM rk Thirdy J a i f Ie t HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Pat WeekOcneral- News Notes Division 3 meets next Monday evening Division 4 now has the largest membership In the State A new auxiliary will soon be organized In South Omaha Neb All indications point to a bright year for the order In this county County Secretary Dan OKeefe Is faithful In his calls on all of the divisionsOmaha Hibernians are already ar ranging their programme for St Patricks flay The Nebraska State Board looks forward to a flourishing Ladles Auxiliary In Lincoln During the past year Division 1 of Portland Ore paid out 876 to Its thirtyfive sick members Tho recent Hibernian fair at llanchester N H netted a hand some sum for the building fund The County Board met Thursday evening at Bertrand Hall and ar ranged for the St Patricks day cele bration The ten divisions of Minneapolis held a Joint installation Thursday night Both the State and National Presidents attended The degree team organized at Manchester N H will strive to be come one of the most proficient in the New England States Division 1 meets Tuesday night The annual reports will then be read Much business that Is of In terest will be presented for action There has been a steady Increase In membership during the past year at Portland Ore and all undertak ings of the order have been success fulColorado State officers have sent letters all over the State requesting merchants not to sell caricatures of Irish life as St Patricks day souvenirsThe meeting of the Nebraska State Board Ladles Aux iliary protested the sale of any articles that caricature or misrepre sent the Irish people The Ladies Auxiliary has made a splendid start for the new year and at the meeting Wednesday night may arrange their programme for the ob servance of St Patricks day President Dwyer of Division 7 reported the progress made in the study of Irish history In the Syra cuse parochial schools at the installation meeting Thursday night President Crowley is bringing scores of now members into Division 1 at Concord N H His installation was the most notable since the or ganization of the division in 1878 The division and auxiliary of Montgomery Minn Installed their officers Sunday Children of members rendered an excellent pro gramme and the ladles provided a delicious repast The Hibernian Rifles Ladles Auxiliary and four divisions were installed at a Joint meeting last Sunday at Columbus Ohio Attorney General Timothy Hogan was among the speakers Father M A Shine the State President Father Peter Gannon of the True Voice and Father E F Flanagan enthused the Hibernians of Omaha with addresses at their first meeting of the new year The first Saturday of the new year Division 6 and the Ladles Aux iliary of Utica New Y held their first memorial requiem high mass in St Agnes church Rev Father Hayes preached the sermon FINISHING TOUCH During the past week a large box passed through the freight depart ment of the L and N railroad which furnished amusement to many who espied it It was con signed to one of our large public elevators here from a Southern point and during its transportation some one had written In chalk across the side the following Inscription Read the Menace and directly underneath It was an other label in different handwrit ing also in chalk which bore the following Inscription To h with the Menace Read the Kentucky Irish American A gentleman con nected with the elevator company phoned this office and wanted to know If the publishers of this paper had adopted a new method of adver tising as it surely attracted notice NATIONAL THEATER The National Theater has a meritorious bill for next week when Graham Muffats players will be seen in The Concealed Bed a comedy sketch that has won favor wherever seen The Rhoda Royal Circus will be another headline feature of the show which will pre sent five other high class numbers Patrons of the National are pleased with the attractions appearing there add are increasing the attendance SEWING SOCIETY BENEFIT The ladies of the St Mary and Elizabeth Hospital Sewing Society are ready for their midwinter enter tainment euchre and lotto party which takes place at the hospital next Wednesday and Thursday both afternoon and evening For those who desire there will bo an elegant luncheon and all will have a really delightful time The prizes are numerous and handsome FATHER GREENEI An Item going the rounds of the Catholic press states that the Rev John H Greene of Baltimore now ninetytwo years of age and totally blind Js working on the last chap ters of his forthcoming book The Natural Geography of Ireland Father Greene had a varied career as lawyer soldier poet and Jour nalist before entering the priest hood He did newspaper work on the Enquirer of Cincinnati and was also editor of the Catholic Telegraph Father G ewl11be remembered by many old rhleJltM the pastor of St Ausurtinee- r r d- J t SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City HalJ on First and Third Tuesdays President Thomas Tarpy Vice President Henry McDer mott Recording Secretary Walter CusickJFinancial SecretaryJoseph Far rellTtoasurcrThomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Tim Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Will- lams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresidentC J Ford Vice PresldentJ J Sullivan Recording Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland President John M Maloney Vice Presldent7 Matt J OBrien Recording Secretary John P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes slon Jr- TreasurerD J Dougherty Sergeant at Arms = Martin J KallaherSentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial Secretary Thomas J LanganTreasurerPatrick Connelly SergeantatArmsThomas Far reUSentlnelM J McDermott Y 2MC I MAOKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth President George J Thornton First Vlco President John Ken ney Second Vice President Fred SchulerRecording Secretary JohnR BarryFinancial Secretary Will Cassln TreasurerSebastian Hubbuch Marshal Joe Keane Inside Sentinel William Schott Outside SentinelF E Gratzer Executive Committee Frank Adams Charles Raldy William Link church on West Broadway where he served for a year and a halt about a quarter iof a century ago AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY ateTimely Record of Some Memorable Events in the Catholic His tory of America By James A Rooney January 18 1B35 First stone of the Cathedral of St John the Evangelist Lima Peru laid by Plzarro completed In ninety years and consecrated in 1625 body of pIzarro buried In one ol Its ten chapels diocese estab lished In 1543 with fathers Loaysa a Dominican as first Bishop January 19 1847Death near Cer alvo Mcjclco of the Rev Anthony Jley S J United States army Chaplain in Mexican war born at Lyons France March 19 1807 QeorgetownChaplain 1846 and ministered to the Wounded and dying at the siege of Monterey January 20 1902 Vlcarlate of Northern and prefecture of South ern Patagonia canonically ap proved missions of the North founded in 1833 by the Salesian fathers trained by Don Bosco the founder for this special work missions of the South founded in 1883 by the same fathers January il 1844 Death at New Castle Maine of Edward Kav anagh Catholic Governor of Maine born April 27 1795 alumnus of Georgetown served two terms In Congress Secretary of State 1830 Charge Affaires at Lisbon 1835 President of Maine State Senato 1841 Gov ernor 1843 January 22 1892Death at Brooklyn In her seventyeighth year of Mrs Adele Beyer nee Parmentier friend of the sailors and of Father De Smets Indians instrumental in introducing into Brooklyn the Little Sisters of the Poor married to Edward Beyer with first nuptial mass in Brook lyn September 8 1841 January 23 1844Death at Raleigh N C3 of Supreme Court Justice William Gaston aged six tysix years intimate friend of prqminent towns first student first Cath olic to receive degree of LI D from Harvard State Senator 1800 Congressman 1813 Justice Supreme Court 1833 January 24 1806 The Right Rev William Quarter first Bishop of Chicago born in Killurine Kings county Ireland ordained Sep tember 19 1829 by Bishop Du bois and appointed assistant at old St Peters pastor of St Marys N Y 1833 consecrated March 10 1844 died April 10 1848 DOUBLE WEDDING A pretty double wedding occurred at St Jeromes church in Fancy Farm on Wednesday when Miss Booker Hayden daughter of3 IA Hayden a prominent merchant and Perry Buckman son of O H Buck man were married by the Rev Father HaeBley The other coupler were Miss Edna Hayden acid Ruby Wlllett tie latter being a son of Q R WllUtt a t IRELANDI I Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges I IThe death of James Cox proprie I CarIa death of Talbot Crosbie of Ardfert I AbbeyThe Naas Urban Council decided to formulate a scheme for the erection of at least fifty dwellings for the poorer class of laborers The new chapel at St Flnlans College Mullingar was dedicated on the anniversary of the patron saint by Most Rev Dr Gaughran Recent County Mayo deaths in clude Mrs John Buckley Clare morris Michael Mullahy Claremor ris and Martin Lavin Klltimagh The death has taken place at Altamuskln of Andrew Corrigan who a few days previous to his death had attained to 100 years of ageA movement is on foot to erect a memorial to Commodore John Barry father of the American navy In his native parish of Tacumshane Barony of ForthAt Olin Petty Sessions Michael Ryan and his wife were declared elected caretakers of the Olin Court House having received three votes to two given to Mrs Sarah Holley At a recent meeting of the Baltinglass Board of Guardians there was but one applicant fpr ward master Owen Dunne of Clough and ho was unanimously appointed to the positionThe death of Rev James K Fitz gerald of Ardfert has occasioned feelings of profound regret in a wide area In the County Kerry Father Fitzgerald was very popularMost Rev Dr ODwyer Bishop of Limerick has appointed Rev John Reeves Newcastle West to be CountyClareJames OShea The Rev Brother David Doran a member of the Order of the Holy Ghost attached to Blackrock Col lege was knocked down by a tram at the college gates and sustained fatal injuries At a special court held at Black watertown John Fullerton was re turned for trial to Armagh Quarter Sessions on the charge of having assaulted Sergeant 11 Tighe while in the execution of his duty at CharlemontMrs flftyfiveIn Macroom and was killed almost Immediately It Is stated she merged from the shadows so sud denly that the driver was unable to pull up in time By five votes to three for Ser geant J iReilly the Magistrates at PettySessions tohisafter twenty years service h The Catholic church at Blllin lough County Roscommon has been destroyed by fire The building was closed by the sexton and during the night the fire occurred It was built fifteen years ago at a cost of 30000 and was the finest structure of Its dimensions In the county Four laborers were evicted two at Swords and two at Kinsealy as a sequel to their leaving their employ ment and remaining on strike No resistance was offered One of the men John Martin having nQ house to go to was left on the roadside with his wife family and effects EVIDENCE FOR CANONIZATION The Rev Father J P OHare of Howell Ind will leave the latter part of this month with the Rev Father Alphonse Smith of Indian apolis for Rome where they will present evidence gathered in the process of the canonization of Mother Theodore Guerln to the commission In Rome having charge of such matters Mother Guerin was a French woman who came to America from RulllesurLolr France In 1840 and established in this country the order of the Sisters of Providence whose mother house Is St Marysofthe Woods near Terre Haute During her lifetime she was looked upon as a woman of great sanctity and since her death a number of miracles are said to have been obtained through her Intercession To investigate those miracles and obtain evidence showing her worthy of canonization a commission of six was appointed Father OHare being one of the number ALTAR SOCIETY BENEFIT Mrs Irvlngton Earl the President and the members of the Altar So ciety of St Cecilias church have arranged to give an enjoyable euchre and lotto party In St Cecilias Hall 2521 St Cecilia street on the even Ing Of Tuesday January 20 The games will be called at 8 oclock and when concluded many valuable awards will be made Besides the games there will be other amusements All friends of the Altar So ciety ladies are cordially Invited and promised a really good time GAYETY THEATER The Newlyweds and Their Baby a musical comedy built around a group of cartoon charac ters familiar to newspaper readers will be next weeks offerfng at the Gayety Theater The chief figures in the play are Mr and Mrs Newly wed Napoleon Newlywed the baby and the Big Black Bear Harold West a comedian of the Lilliputian class will appear as the baby and his chief assistants will be Leo Hayes Milton Dawson BeattIe Evans Frances Fulson Fannie Thatcher John J Dyer Fred Evans W A Orlamond and a stunning chorus that can sing and dance HOME TlepreMat population of Rome Is estimated at 69M90 The city Ila I tTldd into fiftysix parMbee J n tP- Sf r N N iN NO + NO H NN+NiN tNN N Still Continues in Every Department t GENERALSTOCKI I i1 REDUCING SALE tWINTER I OFIING FROM 10 TO 50 PER CENT i BAC N SON INCORPORATED e NN NNNhHN NNN Nw For Your Furniture Wants- II 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 OVER HALF A MILLIOK STATIONS REACHED OVER 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