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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y PATRONIZE GREAGERS BWSlfNESSIi iSCHOOLij SecwHl aid BreckiirUte d a I y VOLUME XXX UtlPh LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JANUARY 24 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS III OtMUNS j t fJ I r Reception of the tellgtotl8 1 nb t rsqnl the JJlyst 4 ji1St v1 J r- n to U fteal Motive TlmfcPrompts Girls t tb Embrace the neUsiou8is Lifci llI tt tr- S Efforts Made to IncJThtse r Good Women Prove fjUnvnilingg tov KilN LlKE6ENfLE DE f i 1 Six young ladles I whose ages Tanged front sixteen to twentxfpur received the habfrof the SisterS of St Joseph lit the CaUi ali at Wichita a weeKf aKO laat Saturday Noting the important event th Catholic Advance most truthfully says U t r I A ceremonyof this kind cannot bo witnessed with Indifference One tray well ask dt a girl of sixteen knowB her own mind sufficiently to 1eelJiue1sl e wlJ1lJ contented with Uta so rept1gn nt to every hums inclination Thosanib question has peen a9kdiafdt answered by the Catholic church Reception 4 of the religious nnbltls only the first step There follow two years o f novitiate during which time the aspirant familiarizes herself with the duties and obligations to be im posed upon her wlien she shall haVe poygrtdhastlty r ur enemies imay sny girls thnt nter a convene are always fro to leave it and It lIs Jn tat1Uncommon occurrence to see them return home liven after having received A the 1abit Strange as1t may soundSreligious communities are anxious to eecufe or keep subjects than subjects aro deslrouB ilof en goring a community Close attention I1+ paid to the characteristic traits ot each novice and those Who show the least dissatisfaction with their own J choice arp sent back immediately to I their relatives I It is thought sometimes by goo tfeopWthat cdfltentt safe the havens wf lovesick imajdens or world I + weary matrons WeJdiiJiPUeaj ha1 1 a few such may not occastonall- glide I past the convent doors andII forgetting the past start a new I life thanks to the assistance o Gods grace- companions and the example of thei But these are very exceptional cases for mourning I over a dead love or disgust of man I kind In general docs not mix well1 with the requirements of an active selfsacrificing life Convents do not want broken hearts and will not accept them unless the candidates happen to bring along some prety good cement with which t piece firmly together the shattere- fragments Not one girl outof a thousand had a heart affair before I entering the convent The real motive that prompts girls to embrace the religious life is enthusiasm not disappointment Girls of sixteen eighteen or twenty are not gen orally suffering from aggravated melancholia One IB appalled at the thought of what would happen If the vast army of Sisters now found in the United States were suddenly to disappear Silently but constantly they have gone on Increasing in numbers until today they cover the land like a gentle dew Wher ever stricken humanity needs help they are to be found By the bedside of the sick and dying near helpless old age or faltering orphan childhood over the desks of am bilious pupils and in close touch with every effort to better or re lieve the human race stand our Sisters peerless queens of the vast kingdom of suffering and ignorance 1 Chivalry demands of every man respect for womanhood but only the basest of degenerates would dare lift his hand against the woman who makes a holocaust of herself so that she may be useful to others War against nuns has always recoiled on the heads of its Instigators Francis calling back her nuns arid Portugal will do the same The efforts that are being made to Injure the Sisters of this country willi prove unavailing for the broad lis commonsense Americanhas already pronounced Judgment and it is entirely In favor of those White r gadens I The maidens who take the veil I ST PATRICKS DAY The County Board A 0 H is making preparations to celebrate St Patricks day with an entertainment leadingtheaters I Connelly has appointed the follow ing Committee of ArrangementsX Thomas Keenan e JInJ celebration will necessarily taketplace on the Sunday evening preced ing St Patricks day which will be March IB PLAIN TALK A tremendous sensation wasercaused in the American Lunchcor Club In London last Friday wher Senator Jamey Hamilton Lewis o IlllnPla the clubs guegl of honor criticized Great Britain by saying Rout can there M ipeci with t nation that to Inciting our nelghbon to waropou borders Thomat I j at t th1 n t I KEN1UCKY IRISH AMERICAN J McNaraara Parliamentary Secre tarywt the British Admiralty ha- reslgod d to the one hundred AmerU1 cansftpresent the 6 customary sentif ments hoping thai the United States andEnglan would eyerib bound byptfiio tieaJofpeace ano Senator Lewis speech follows The Illinois Senator continued Presldetit Wll- s 1 Js l e with honor butr honor P2iSJS 1 d there amust b honor t peace AmEr thelJtamewhlskereddi and sayings Senator year speech will be an inspiration to all Amerl cans iI I I j OHOUAL CUMOtf CONCERTI i 1 Tomorrow evening Louisville lovers of good music will have a thancolo enjoy a popular concert tit Jfasonlc Theater which will iven by jho Catholic Choral Clu Louisvilles fbremost musical of ganlzatlon This is the first concerttl season e evenWoJtIllsrefits Institute for Working Boys Arthur Mlddfoton the famous Chi cage barytone has been engaged to DIng all the principal parts arid to render throe solos r Hofmanns s beautiful cantata M lusinnrwlii1 ebo the principal number on th programme The chorus consists o 300 of the best singers of Louis vine recruited from the iriouB church I gthevifhbsongs Any augmented orchestra 6 of fifty pieces will Play the hccont= panlrnQnte Prof Anthony rIolen graft wIll have charge of the con cert Given or so worthy an instl tuiion It Is hoped there will be a great audience r rnoF CONNS VIEJV j lEnthuslaBllc apostles of eugenics thYC6nll of the Wesleyaii University al Middlotowri Con It fnan article f a recent magazing for their tailore to distinguish between the evolution of animals andthe evolution of man In heir tresslng pf organic Inher IItance he ijBarges them with over looking4hI tact that man Is sul InherrItancetUsI than his organic He instate tlm mental and eUtlcAlt tendencies conII trlbuted by organic Inheritance are few and vague while social in herltance is great and increases with 1 Iliventioldf serving fife rfchietiments WffKfiTace1 javing made rhlsVtranamtssio heYonvkconcapYstating that among animals th e Individual counts In the progress of ottsprlngThespring tsar contributed nothing t the race has left no trace n Inheritance With mankind It Is different George Washington left no offspring at nIl but his contribution to the people of America and even to the people of the world cnn hardly be measured Dr Con might have used every Roma Popde time or future times as another Illustration in JOHN DAITON DKAD as Tltq many relatives and legion o friends of John M Dalton for policedepartmentWhen they learned of his sudden and unexpected death early Tuesdane jjJeffersonjj shortly before midnight Monday he was stricken with cerebral hemor Jermanntho last sacraments Deceased was fifty years of age and a native ot this city Besides his wife twd children survive him He also leaves one broUlcer Deputy Circuit Court Clerk Edward J Dalton and tw sisters Miss Maggie Dalton and Mrs Mamie Collins wife of Cor petal James Collins The tuners1 1ern was held Thursday morning from StmMarys church Eighth street antj sometimeHONOR COL IIOYNB At the meeting of tho senior classes of Notre Dame University on of January 18 the 1914 Dome was dedicated to Col William Hoyne LL D K S G dean of the law school at Notre Dame The Dome the annual year book of the university published by the senior thedenn at He was born in Kilkenny Ireland anduringUnion army and later received dfogross In the Uuiveraltfea ofllIchlgan and Notre Damo In 18734 he was editor of time New Brunswick N J j Dally Times and in 18812 w editor of the Peoria Daily Tran promInent 1912 Col aKnightThe order of St Gregory is one atthemostly of European noblemen COLORADO CATHOLICS There are 109182 Catholics in the Denver diocese which includes all p olorado There are 33464 in Des These are the official figures MonIgnorllandor the Annual Official Catholic Dl1 ectory There IB a gain of about 000 Catholics In the State over la tar The estimate are ultra co erv tlve as none but practical Call lice are counted J FRANKFORTi The Scene of Probe C iriinittccSl rntH Investigation This 3PastAVeck 4 j 1 y Louisvilles Legislators Makin Good in Both Assembly Branchesy Councilman Dolan Will Intro slues Mr Binfords Scgrcga Ordhtnncob CUSICK AND BENNETT 110E t Both houses of the General As sembly have had quite an unevent ful tiihe this pastl week probing billsj and Investigation of different iinstitutions being the feature of the lobbylntg f womens suffrage and the little crowd of Progressive commission government supporters from lla Both measures seem tlooM failure the first becausg it was proven in the last year or two the the women are not even Inter enough to vote on school question s the only interest being manifesto by that class of womed who are not overly fond of home and ready to adopt any passing fad The other proposition due to receive the cold shoulder from the Legislature Is the commission government plan Whose supporters compare In a way wit e women faddists their sole purpose seeming to be self= ddverttsln thno public press anB always endeavoring to secure a strangle hold on public opinion with their pet alms and measures which for the most part are the vague Ideas Of dreamers Louisvilles delegation this session has made a most pronounced hit beingfreelyto the apparent youth of Messrs Duffy Barrett McNally Perry and OBrien to say nothing of our two They Senators Knight and Robertson e senior Senator Hite Huffaker JohnIDrescher delegaalion ab n JiUttJl1 tN4Lc s 1911 J loen t Frankfort so the paper says ofIwhich Adam is the editor and bust InoBuschemeyero a ministration has been launched successfully many are of the opinion lIfgregnUonY Walter D Blnford at a meeting o whonMr Blnford quoted the adoption o such ordinances by Baltimore and eothertlons There can be no question but real estate values have taken a dro Louisville due to the advent o negro tenants In what was regardsI white sections heretofore and fin detrif I ment to the white laboring man and mechanic who after struggling for many years to own Ula own little home found himself and family t literally driven away from the by the entrance of who only have to follow the load of one of their number who was t able to pay a high price for scyne but by doing so secured rents of homes fOr his own 1 kind that followed in his wake To the casual observer this is aptly proven by a trip west on either Chestnut or Walnut street where family alter family of blacks are whitoe mans lifetime savings at little expense living in homes with all mod conveniences while the former or steady working white are forced to content themselves In some humble littl cottage at practicallyythe same ton Councilman Thomas Dolan has an nounced his intention of fathering this ordinance in the near future for which he will receive time thanks the community Jailer Charlie Foster has retained Peter Cusick and Tom Bennett for merit deputies under Jailer Pflanz which Is a tribute to the merit and efficiency of these popular Demo crate both having made hosts of I friends during their official cares the city hostile and their services and efforts will go a long way toward making their employer an ideal Jailer and who by the way made splendid recommendations r the management of that institution to the Fiscal Court t NIGHTasBranch 642 C K of A installed its officers Tuesday night and In connection therewith enjoyed a very big evening There was an un usually large attendance when President Joe McGinn opened the meeting The business of the was Just finished preparatory to t installation of the officers by life Secretary TJeehan when the Kn1gh were surprised by the appearance of President Ben Kriise Secretary Schulten and a goodsized delegatior rom the Central Committee hheonvisitors were given a cordial l some by the officers and member following the installation Wee r o recipients of the second eurpriir ohotto hear addresses dltri l4ChnlnViit Cmhlon and others Tot bur- nllIOOQhad tMdy an excellent Dutch luncheon and smokers Brand 642 Is located at fit Michaels Hal on Brook street tand the report- show that it is steadily gaining iin strength with Hlirea applications pending for actlonVat the next meet ingl If RECENT DEATHS John Koehler retired carpenter contractor and clVll war veteran and one of the oldest members of the SteadsgY He was a native of Germany but had lived in this cjUy fpr three scot years his homo being at 920 Felt venue Three bone three daughters and three grandchildren survive hl Following an Illness of pneu monia Thomas J 0Neil forty years old and a well known molder was called into eternal Test Tuesday night at the home of hls61ster Mrs Mac kin Thornbury 1 l32 West Oak ThurD i Berandsd and the only ieiti er of his family surviving Is MrsrVTliornbury I T I everybodyhlI resident of this cUV died Sunday evening of old ago por years ho wasI a well known figureI on the polIticsl g and kind word fqri everybody Thei Wi morntndv Gus Henry 2 02 Portland avenue Sdt hol j r s ti Mrs HenrlettafRotbhans belovedI wife of Louis RotithaS 417 MarretI avenue was calleafto her eternal re ward Tuesdny mojnlnarund the nows cast n feeling otaleopfJloom nmong her many friends Sjje underwent hichh were too much Jpr her weakenedi condition Time 1nerdlsorvlcea wetein Sgt Philip Ned church1 a large attend once attesting the respect in which the deceased wasSlield Funeral servjpesj over the remains of Matthew McLaughlin well known In the WesUEndj were held Monde morning at St Jjtfrlck church For a number of yeqtsaho deceased was a member of thej IqfaJjpoIIce lotto but resigned ypecausg of falling health Surviving hlnTfrare his aged mother Mrs Ju11 aTc Ugh In 1833i RbjertJ l uEltllln and two brvthorsCharle a J ro 1m UiM ughltit t i 1J jJ c faurlco Ilallora ne of the oldes I and most highly respected members of St Frances of Rome congrega j lion succumbed Sunday night to the 1 1 of age at his home 227 I Pope street Besides his son I Edward who is a member of the j Louisville fire department he leaves three daughters Miss Mamie Hal I loran Mrs Julia Martin and Mrs I fLeo Edelen The funeral was held I requfenft paid ex life and noble traits o f character of the deceasedO COUNCILfMackln Council had an Interesting meeting Monday night and President Thornton feels elated with tin marked Increase thus far this year Besides the usual routine business 8 time was given to the reports and reparations tor the Joint initiation to be held In New Albany on Sunday February 8 From present Indlca tlons Mackln will have a large class Much Jnterest was aroused by the h rumor that the Bachelor Cluh will1 lose Its leading dentist member soon after Easter which will leave Charley Raidy and George Slmonis almost solitary and alone Secretary Casein has taken hold In an energetic way and already the treasury tl Is showing the results of his work DIG K OK C nAY f One thousand visitors were in Henderson last Sunday to take partI NtIHenderson councils Knights of Columbus A specal train arrived over the Illinois Central early In the morning and brought several hundred from the section below Hen derson Many were also there from Owensboro and other cities of the State Albert J Oberst of Owensboro spoke on Fraternity Six hundred Knights sat down at the banquet that followed the after peons work I TRINITY PROGRAJIME i Trinity Council Y M I will have a smoker at the meeting next Mon day evening when It is planned to have a reunion of the old and new members and also elect delegates to the local Federation of Catholic Societies On the following Monday February Frank Martin a member of the council who is studying for the priesthood at St Marys College Baltimore will deliver a lecture which is sure to be both entertain hrft hethor appearances during the past alttotrirges the members of Trinity to beII iresent at the total initiation Trinity Mackln and Unity Councils s vhlch will take place in Unity club New Albany Sunday after February 8 Many of Trinity- embers have signified their Inten on of Joining the California Club hlch Is tP be composed ofrnembe comisltlon in San Francisco in 191 an J Hennessy being the repi inUtlve of Trinity who is fur lishlac all particulars 4 8BOSTON Anniversary of Mons Chevcrus Vlio Was Its First I IBIHhollJ I Cardinal and Peer of France Once a New England Missionaryr mtDid the Work of the Humble Pioneer Priest Among thefIndians DIOCESE INCLUDED SIX STATES The one hundred and fortysixth anniversary of the birth of Boston- first Bishop the Right Rov Jean Louis Lefebro Cheverus which occurs on Wednesday January 28 chronologly I the early days of the churchs strug glen In that inhospitable field wheni Catholicity was n plant of recentt growth and when this indefatigablej missionary destined to the dignity of the Cardlnalate and the Peerage of Franco was laying the founds tlbns of the faith there Beginning his labors that ex tended over twentyseven years ast EnglnndIndlnnswhose dialects he mastered he did the work of the humble pioneer priest walking long distances min Istering to scattered Catholics nurs the sick consoling the af fllcted burying the dead victims of yeljow fever and performing miracles of devotion to duty he came to be regarded and Idolized as the father friend advisor and guide of his people He inspired them with confidences In the near advent of better days and he disarmed deep rand prejudices against the faith won all hearts So when he was nominated as tho first Bishop of jBoston it was an occasion ofIuniversal rejoicing shared by tlieii friends he had inade in all denominations and among all classes as his dlgnltnrJnPnq as acalamIty to hf rAba i5 ir hfnrii bras JAItUnry2S1i6 t n n December i 8 1790 by special ills n ensatlon before he had reached his twentythird year it being the last I public ceremony of the kind In Paris before tho Revolution He refused to take the prescribed oath and esJ I caped to England In disguise In three months he had mastered Eng I llsh and then a letter from his old I time teacher In the College of LouIsleGrand Father Francis A Matlgnon in Boston telling of the need of zealous priests in America directed his thoughts to the New orld and he arrived in Boston ctober 3 1796 with all his belong saga In a small trunk the same one he used years later in taking his departure For fourteen years he performed all the arduous duties of the pioneer priest and when the See of Boston was established by Plus VII April1 Iin 1808 and he was consecrated Its first Bishop on the feast of AllI Saints 1810 In the BaltimoreS Cathedral by Bishop Carroll there were but 720 Catholics In Boston There were only three churches Holy Cross St Patricks New Cas tie and an Indian chapel at Point Pleasant though the diocese com- prIsed the territory now included 1 in the States of Massachusetts Maine Vermont New Hampshire Rhode Islnd and Connecticut where now JjHiswas his faithful assistant and among the other early priests who labors with him from time to time there were the following Fathers James Romagne John Thayer Francis avler Broslus Dennis Ryan Paul1 cQuade Patrick Byrne Virgil H Barber Philip Larlscy an Augus I tlnlan Charles D French a Domini can and Father Eugene a Trappist He took up the work of his eplsco pate with the vigor that had marks epl3Ipoints as the following Newberry port Dedham Wrentham Pleasant Point Portsmouth Newport Bristol1 Portland New Castle Salem Prov I Idence Pawtucket New Haven Hartford New London and Damaris cottaSome of the notable converts a mitted to the church through 1t ministrations were Dr Stephen Cleveland Blythe and family Thomas Valley of Brookline the f Rev Daniel Barber and family Samuel Bishop of New Castle and many others less prominent He Issued a French edition of the New Testa ment and also the Roman Catholic Manual a prayer book In 1811 he built St Augustines churchJJ which was originally intended as a 1 mortuary chapel and as mausoleum for Father no blowot I the Bishop I btxis services were In demand out side his own diocese and he found limo to dedicate St Patricks oldJ I Cathedral in New York pn May 4 J copsecration of lArchblshop Marechal in J Baltimore December 14 1817 Exhausted and la poor health J searsn otIf c a to eturn to Ws native land and on waatrsnaferre be ed ilemted a few years liter July SO lSUto the Archblihoprlc of Bor Beaux and died a member of Sacred College and a Peer France July 19 1836 at the meat of the elevation In a m offered in his sick room THREE ADVANCE STEPS Kentucky lags behind nelghborln- Staten in allowing children uncle- sixteen to work ten hours a day according to a statement Issued oy the National Child Labor Commit tee A now child labor bill draftsby the Kentucky Child Labor Asso elation will be Introduced in the preesnt Legislature and Huston Quinn President of the Kentucky Child Labor Association has asked he assistance of the National Child Labor Committee in the Importantfentureprovisionlimiting1 under sixteen to eight a day Owen R Lovejoy General Secretary of the National Child Labor Committee be- lIeves that the experience of Ohio Missouri Illinois and the fiftee other States which have already provethat bust advantageous to the In dustrles involved Ho says employ ors in States with the eighthour law have emphatically stated that although they opposed the provision dFa restriction Another important pro vision according tb the National1 Child Labor Committee is the es tablishment ofa twentyone you r age limit for night messengers Sec retary Lovejoy says that a study of the night messenger service has proved conclusively that It Is to the moral Interest of the public to es tabllsh this limit between tile hours of 9 p m and 6 a m Little can be gained from the night messenger committeebutdisorderly houses are an Inevitable part of the experience of messenger boys Seven States have already adopted twentyone year limit and eighteenCommitteee childrenTheY with 300 coal mines giving employ YetKentuckyof fourteen for this work as forI IrLovejoycoal mine fatalities every year Iis sufficient argument for a sixteenyear age Hmjt In mines t I V l NOVEIrV KtilUK h1 iq ire and 1 oqn J tertalnment arranged by President Den Kruse and the Central Commit tee Catholic Knights of AmerlcnI I StVincentlarghalltoII thathns I Ing the past tow years the Contra1 Committee has entertained the StnteI convention endowed a ward at StII Anthonys Hospital appropriateP IbeautUulI parade and entertainment of the membersnumerous other good works and nIlI without assessments or dues from ofAmericaexpenseshavesthatI hopes of replenishing the treasury that this entertainment is given For the euchre and lotto players there will be a big array of desirablel awards but the fun will be In the novelty drawing which will develop many pleasing surprises Nearly every branch Inthe city Is taking an shouldbringfrom each congregation where the order has members For those wh i do not play the committees will have other amusements that they will en y Representatives from all the met this week and heard encouraging reports especially as to the number of prizes many of them quite costly that had been donated FROM SOUTH BEND Father John Cavanaugh of Notre Dame University addresses SocietyInstInc Among the topics he spoke upon were sex hygiene the r Fathedx hygiene should not be taught in tin schools that this is the duty of the 1mother in the home and the priest In time confessional He also touched upon the present goto church Sunday movement I cant blame any Catholic for not thisisn taught all Catholics from childhoodI up to go to church One of the features of the meeting was the male chorus of 400 voices TRIAL BV JURYII Ellzabotmodh by of her friends will sing Gilbert and Sullit vans famous cantata Trial by Jnnnoary 28 for the benefit of the members and their friends Among tnoso who will take part are Misses Olty and Male Hubbuch Rita Flanagan Etta McAtee Bessie Cronin Mary Flynnn Mayme Schuhmann Anna Zoll Mrs Frank Gerard Ryan Messrs Ray Flanagan Nicholas Bohn Thomas D Clines Robert G Walt Philip Coady Edward Wolfe Emmet Hanrahan John M Hennessy Theo M Thomas Kennedy THeodore OTo Edward Pope Joseph McGHI Jo J Crotty J J FlfrthYtTfanfc Bye Dennis Ryan and Edward McDonpgh WECO PRINTING FIRST CUSS WORK GIve Thfe Office Your Next Order T 1assI iIlls Xavnl Demands Bring Cabi BreakingrPoint Optimism of Asquith Has Ditesi Tears and Silenced Tory Papers OntWith Interest Rather Than Anxiety RULEnNot until Parliament moots next expectedconcerning The cables of the past week contain only the corroepondentssomewhatdIvergentrom London Phillip Everett cables AsquithsNewthroughtttelensttempomrlly assuringtheirwas about to fall out over home reformInneverbeenpolitical situation than at present orm successNosnLlsfactorywnyJ found as soon as Parliament meets LordGeorgegrowing Immensely since It has become evident that the great estate owners are to be forced to bear their taxatione 1 situaYt tain that the moment has come when the Cabinet continue Tu intheoydGeorgeTorypnpers obstacle and all kinds of ridiculous personal seasons are given as piplanatloo As a matt er pf jractjLlpydGeorge Who tltoroasygqgoodarid who feels grateful to Churchfor his stanch standing by him dur ofChurchillsCnbInetmanytimeschequer when other Ministers Indulgent Isdeterminedpreventhurchill andItoccupies an Isolated position in the ngnlnstChurchills fiercelyThere though less hostilityhe occasionally contemplates Thebreakdownseats of all serious competition and the general despair of the Tories strikingleader a Hisviolentnever be satisfied with any position abort of leadership and as leader ship in the Liberal party now is suspectedothat he looks for It elsewhere This performanceshave remained inexplicable- If the Ministry and the Irish party should finally fall to come to terms with Ulster Churchills utterances would enable him to take up the Ulster cause and give the force of hIs brilliant gifts to the Tories and thush himself on them twhether they were willing to take him or not Thus some of Churc hills colleagues probably would be glad if he should leave now rather desertionrsituation Is much involved and enext week may see big developments though it Is possible that the natural hesitation of men facing such a big possibility as the de parlors of a leading member of the Cabinet on the one side and shrinkingtrompostpone the crisis some time longer Irishmen look on these move ments with Interest rather than anxiety They believe that even Churchills transference though not negligible would not be important enough to put any serious obstacle in the way of the ultimate passage iofi VISITED ORPHANS twoushundred members of Louisville Council Knights of Columbus with their wives and friends paid a visit andiswa one all will long remember and for which t9ITohnDoyle phanboysgramme The Knights however had arranged a welcome surprise for the little fellows who were treated to afterleFlynhit sabplause of all present KENTUOKY I Ii AMERIOAN lG 1fiMLRI6fiNL7 1 aivrted to the Social aad M oral UrMcenemMt elllrI1I Aaerkau and Carbolic Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Icorported Publishers DESCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY gc Baltrtd at the LvdliYlll PortoWe u SwoddCUaj norS AMrist all CcMMlcatltii ti he KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31911 West Often St u u LOUISVILLE KY eo eo SATURDAY JANUARY 24 1914 HELP THEM Our readers who love must should not miss the Catholic Union concert tomorrow nigh- Besides an evening of real enjoy ment they will have the satisfaction of assisting one of Louisville most deserving charities St Law- rencet Institute for Working Bo- yi where through the efforts of Brother Plus and his assistants many boys have been cared for and saved from ruin ILLITERATE Attention Is called to the sample of Illiterate rot being circulated by some of our out In the State papers our news columns containing fn sample taken from the Mountain L Advocate published at Barbourvllle W B Munford the Horse Cave correspondent of the Hart County News Is also making a bid fo- rAP A honors In a recent article stating that the Mexican trouble was caused by the teachings of the Catholic religion this sage advise advising that for the good of the world In general the Catholic reoi llglon should be wiped oft the face of the earth SUNDAY OBSERVANCE Remember thou keep holy the Sabbath day Is a command of beein very this command It Insists that the faithful assist at mass That Is the first duty of the true Catholic and none will attempt to shirk remarks the Catholic Sun We used to hear a good deal about the European Sunday in this country Our some what Puritanical friends expressed general alarm that we wero on the verge of wholesale smashing of the Sunday and they seem not to have been much amiss In their calcula tions But who is to blame Certainly not the Catholic church Sunday Is observed by Catholics just il always was They do not TfaVe be urged to go to church It f tot necessary to resort to cannr birds vaudeville whistling ministers picture shows and what not in order to attract A good deal of false witness has been borne against Cath olics and their methods of observing Sunday Innocent pleasure Is not prohibited for us The workingman FT engaged throughout the week inf hard labor is granted the privilege of enjoyment If the young ma finds this enjoyment in a game of baseball surely It is not a mortal sin for him to indulge in this harm less pastime It the Catholic finds pleasure in communing with Nature under Gods blue canopy may he not bo granted the privilege of wan dering afield and doing what is most pleasing to him Sunday business however Is strictly prohibited but nevertheless certain enterprises ar I permitted to use Sunday in a wII that should not be tolerated but thist is because the laws are not enforced Wo would like to see our people rer numbers attend evening services in our churches To begin the Sunday with attendance at mass and close it with Benediction of th Blessed Sacrament is a guarantee that the week will be well spent and i that we will retain in our minds our Heavenly Father who condescends to dwell with us in our churches ENDOWMENT TEATS LIMITLESS The Catholic heart is susceptible 1of largo inspiration This was magnificently shown when 500000 was presented by the Knights of Columbus to the Catholic University In answer to an appeal made byII Popes Leo XIII and Plus X This money came from 300000 mena from members of the Knights of Columbus drawn from the rank and file of Catholicity It is significant I In showing how the Catholic mind so easily grasps broad and humane con siderations for public good TheI foundation of fifty graduate scholar ships for young men anxious to equip themselves for higher duties under the guidance of the Institution now recognized as the center of Catholic educational Influence In the United States young men drawn x from all sections of the country will I Lave a most beneficial influence uponiI the communities from which they l i cornsr and will reflect their train tug when In contact with those about them Viewed In this light the final luence of the endowment is limit se The Catholic church and the 1 athdlle father and mother have ittch totgain as theo favored eon of fen community will as the years II go by return to stimulate mentally and morally the young minds of their younger associates Wo shall alin the future speak of the graduate ante now accustomed to speak of the graduates of the great colleges ot Europe Religion will gain much from this endowment and will b e countrsr that needs It sorely and in an institution where the instructors will not be called upto to subscribe to per nicious doctrines economics or mora false gods and where tho student will be taught to Seek first the kingdom of God and all else will bie given unto them Mark Sullivan is now the editor o f Colliers weekly He is the fourth editor of that publication the other three being Peter Finley Norman Hapgood and Robert Collier whom he succeeds Collier hast lost prestige that Editor Sullit van can restore Congress has refused to create II standing committee on woman suf- i frage and the dames led by Dr Anna B Shaw are so grievously shocks that they forget themselves and make dire threats Their conduc thus demonstrates their unfitness for suffrage The Catholic press Is valiantly doing its part in the propagation off the faith There is a good deal o C unnecessary sneering at the Catholic press but let Catholic papers an periodicals cease to exist and the disastrous result would soon be noted The decision of Judge Glegerich 1In New York declaring California divorces Invalid makes all Western decrees questionable according to lawyers Which goes to prove there should be only one general and uni form law to prevent this awful evil 0 The praBf fish New York opfoSesRepresentatlveStanley- s antitrust law That was expects- y from the Journal that favors only trusts and English monopoly where our best Interests are concerned The Kentucky Legislature shou t enact Into law the Arnett concealed deadly weapon bill Its restrltclona arp none too severe Such law en forced would save many lives an the State great expense nbill has been Introduced in theI Massachusetts Legislature that penalizes the tango and animal1 dances TRIBUTE ADOPTED tAt the regular meeting of the St Vincent de Paul Society Conference of Holy Cross church the following tribute to the memory of the late I byeRicharYd Whltty Barney was read and adopted Once more Death has invaded our ounmost valued members and activ workers John H Whallen Ho was a Vincentlan In the truest sense o the word His charity was by n aet the Sunday meetings but scarcely a day passed that he was not assisting the sick and the needy and helping to bury the dead which are the essential works of our society Many of those he left behind will sincerely say But 0 for the touch of a vanished hand And the sound of a voice that is still To his brother and daughters we extends our deepest sympathy and the assurance that though gone from us he will not be forgotten anj the prayers of St Vincent de Pauls Society of Holy Cross church WILL GO TO ROME inuring the year 1914 the Bishops from all parts of the American continent will make what is known as their ad lImina visit to Rome either In person or through a representative While in Rome they pay their respects to the Holy Father and present a report of the status of the church In their respective dioceses In accordance with a decree published four years ago all Bishops save those depending directly on the Propaganda must visit Rome every five years and furnish the Holy Father with a report of the state of their dioceses The year 1911 when the decree went into effect was reserved for the Bishops of Italy and the neighboring witnesseddtheBelgium Scotland Spain France Holland Ireland and Portugal The past year was utilized by the Bishops of Germany AustriaHungary and other regions of Europe During 1914 the Bishops of America will pay their ad llmlna visits and In- j1916 their example will be Yo- 13owsd j by the Bishops of Africa Itia sad AwtmMaV I HWprn a 1 CSOCIETY II I I Mrs Josle Dreher spent last weekt with relatives at Bedford Ind Frank Mitchell and wife of SouthL Louisville are visiting friends ini Nashville Miss Ola Lee of New Albany visited In Lafayette township last week the guest of Mrs F A Best John H Hennessy of East Breck midge street went to St Louis this past week on a business trip John Tracy of Jeffersonville wan e Charlestown last week visiting Mr and Mrs Gordon Connor Mrs Joseph Foley was host at a theater party last Friday afternoon for Mrs Albert W Burch Jr Miss Anna Mary Ryan of Loretto has been the guest of her mother Mrs J A Bowles at Highland Park Miss Josephine Mlnogue of Clif ton has been the guest of Mr andI Mrs James Welch at their home fIn tile Highlands 1Miss Alice Curtin of Crescentl Hill has been spending the week fin Covington visiting her sister Mrs E Lyne Smith Miss Agnes Ford entertained with a theater party Saturday followe- f by a luncheon at Kleins in hono of Miss Catherine Fellows Mrs E E Sweeney and Mrs Mon aree theJY visited Mrs E E Mrs Elizabeth Boerslg mother of the late Father Boerslg has re turned to her home In New Albany after visiting relatives in Madison Mrs James McKenna and Misses Margaret and Betty McKenna whp vlstled friends here for several dogs have returned to their home at Fairfield The many friends of John F Greely will be sorry to learn that his threatened with appendicitis n his home on West St Catherine street Misses Mary Agnes and liven of Lebanon are visiting her 1as the guests of their cousin Sits Abbie D Chester of 1911 Sout First street Mr and Mrs P Toner celebrated their golden wedding anniversary last Saturday at their home on th Bardstown road Many friends an relatives called and extended the congratulations Miss Marie OBrien returned th first of the week from a ten days visit to Chicago where she was th guest of Mrs John A Bennon Mrs Bennon accompanied Miss OBrien to guests enterd garet Welsh who had as her Misses Julia Corbett Edith Welble Evelyn Atherton Minnie OHearn Messrs Will Yartier Harvey Genung WilldMiss Marguerite Hughes of Chicago who has been spending several bitsdMaggie Judge and Mrs Ernest Lee Hughes will leave the first of th month for her home accompanied by Miss Elizabeth Booker who will be her guest Irrhe many friends of Mrs Mar garet Norton who lias been ill ather home 722 South Fifth street and was removed to St Mary and Eliza beth Hospital will be rejoiced to know that her condition has undergone a decided change for the better and that she is now convalescent A pretty wedding was solemnized Tuesday afternoon at St Frances ofII Rome church when Miss Catherine 0 Fellows the accomplished daugh ter of Mrs John Fellows became the curre Fatheer Thomas White the pastor and was theftheyowish a long and happy married life The date for the wedding of Miss Mary Helen Michael and Leo E Schulten which will be one of the most brilliant and interesting society events of the winter season has been set for Wednesday January 4 The ceremony will be solemnized at StIBoniface church with a nuptial high mass at 9 oclock in the morning Both bride and groom are members of prominent families and popular in- Cathollc social circles uld Lang Club which is compose Of present and former residents of Limerick held one of their reunion dinners at the res idence of S J McElliott 722 West Oak street Thursday evening Those present were D J Reilly Thomas Campion W J Connelly William J Chawk John J Barry John P Mc Namara P J Welsh John D Holland Thomas Muldoon Cary B Hines John T Hanrahan and S J McElliott SACRED CONCERT A fine and artistic sacred cone with Prof John Rectenwald as director will be rendered at St Michaels church Brook street between Market and Jefferson on Sunday night February L As this concert is given to raise funds for the pointing and painting ofttMichaels which are much needed all the members and their friends are requested to help this grand old church which for half a century has done good work for religion In Louisville The work is a preliminary by the pastor Rev Martin OConnor in preparation for the golden Jubilee celebration All are Invited to en- joythil at rare mneilall treat the ad IlltweDtyf1r IIou ONE DOLLaaa month keeps you on th ayroilin event of disability caused by sick ness or actident Can you afford to be Without this protection t ITRANSYLVANIABen Jones Building BARBOURVILLES MENACE The Mountain Advocate Edited by County Clerk Knox County VilifyI ing Catholics People of Kentucky and the United States at large have often sympathized with the great State of for unfortunately being the homo and of the vile and filthy Menace but judging from the present tactics of the Mountain Advocate published at Barbourvllle Ky we have a publication which for the dissemination of ignorance and religious bigotry is endeavoring to even outdo the Menace Threefourths of the first page of this latest A P A sheet contains vile attacks on the Catholic church going so far as to insult the sick room customs of those of the Catholic faith sneering at the uses of the blessed candle crucifix and other necessities in the administration of the Blessed Sacrament The Advocate styles itself as the official organ of the Republican party in Knox county and the editor is W H Mc Donald who is also County Clerk of Knox county As a sample of the vile matter ladled through its columns the following doggerel is published Tho Block Nunnery Catholicism thou proud and haughty beast How long wilt thou on bleeding victims feast gearsdThe priestthy toolwith purple stole Enchains the sense and damns the soul Great God when will the Protestant awako To kill this crawling cursed Roman snake Thy hellborn creed has long the Christ withstood Thy lustcut robes are dyed in martyrs blood Before thy gates are piles of bones Within are sighs and groans Both priest and nunthy fallen toolsMake victims in thy cursed schools Thy system void of conscience truth and heart Is unexcelled in depth of cunning art Within thy cloistered walls are living tombs Where Virtues lovely flower scarce ever blooms Shehumbledin sublime Yields to the Roman priests embrace The priest christ and the virgin 1 nun Complete the sin the church begun stoletsoul That dark hole in the wall what sin is there Where Romes black hand has deftly laid the snare afterpartesobthe bleeding heart frtendhfew short years and then the end The girl once pure and sweet and passing fair Must die of virtue robbed in this dark lairi iII Seclusion hides thy heinous crimes and sin withindnunrpassions hot course run And then the illegitimate hateefinger tips on Infants nostril pressed breasteThy coils round legislative halls are wrapped entrappedThysword r soughtTo landsstrongThyO Protestants wake up this Roman beast feastOurLet loose her slaves TIs Justice calls Unfrock the priest unrobo the nun wonsThe goThe loweProminent State educators have bemoaned the fact that Kentucky as establishevenabove sheetis issued but It can be seen from the above that education and enlighten suchrandKnox county have the sympathy of all educated and fairminded people u TACKY PARTY Louise Sheehy was hostess aty6 delightful tacky party on Fri dpy night of last week at her home m Sixth street given In honor of her visitor Miss Regina Wathen Miss Wathen will return to her country home in Lebanon next Thursday Misses Glynn Dorothy Edelen Orene Mackin and Mary Virginia Edelen served the punch Miss I Sheehys guests were Misses Louise Wood Reglna Mackin Viola Battes Aleene Scannel Oath erine Brown Norlenne Kotton Bradley Mershone Nora Hollahan HortenseMayorEloise Spalding of Leb anon Ky Regina Wathen of Leb anon Ky Louise Sheehy Messrs Dae Hagger Bennet Spalding Jr EdgarMurphreelludd Dick Kerin Frank OBrien Frank Barton Harry Redmon Paul Ware Roy Earl Kay Charles Custer Arthur Parsons Edward LeonJr Benjamin Young Jr Mesdames P Glynn William Mackin F R Woolridge J C Sheehy FLOURISHING 1 A 0 H met Tuesday night with a splendid attendance of members who proclaim themselves to Increase their number An Interesting report was submitted from the County Board In which was given Information as to what has been done toward the celebration of St Patrick day All mem TSeTBwere notified that the national per capita tax must be paid this month which ought to bring many to the next Though several reports were not complete they showed Division 1 In a flourishing condition A number of talks were made and a feeling of Interest was manifest by all present VATICAN IS GRIEVED Rome specials the first of the week state that Pope Pius X and the Vatican authorities are deeply grieved over the Illness of Cardinal Martlnelli formerly Papal delegate Washington and one of the most active member at the Sacred Col in curia ItiIs feared that he completely lore his TMUWB I r t q LN Canada Genl Supt L Bruner President Sixth Floor Paul II of Missouri birthplace Mountain muffled disgrace Mackin Whitney Stlnnetto Division determined meeting KffflTS OF 88L11MBUS r i Ute New That Will Interest Members Here and Else where I Omaha Council will initiate sixty new members February i Tomorrow a new council will lIe established at David City Nob Twentyfive candidates received the third last week at Laconia N H Milwaukee will have a fourth de Washingtonbirthday Forty candidates received the three degrees this month at Armour dale Kas Indianapolis Knights will have II special car to Lafayette for the Initiation tomorrow Another instance of interest and activity was the large initiation last Sunday at Columbus Neb Union Council of Syracuse with over1200 members has just knighted sixty more candidates Tyler Council of Providence R I i the last two weeks conferred theft J degree on thirtynine candidates- If councils keep up the January rate for the year the Increase in membership will surpass all previous recordsThe Knights of Oklahoma City held an open meeting Wednesday night for the members of St J ssopha and St Patricks parishes John H Reddin announces that his lecture plan is assured and that David Goldstein the antiSocialist will be the first man booker The Supreme Board of Directors gave a dinner at Delmonicos New York City last Thursday evening in honor of the Right Rev Abbot Gaa Quet EXCLUDING FOREIGNERS Had the ancestors of some of the promulgators of the present anti Immigration agitation been com polled to remain at home the men who are now most active in the at tempted exclusion of foreigners would have been peddling garlic or shoveling refuse In lands meropt the ssLA f Manufacturers SemiAnnual CutPrice Clearance In Dutchess TrousersMens and Youths All Sizes In Seven Great Lots I i 150i250 PANTS 350 PANTS 500 PANTS 148 248 348 300 400 600 I semiannualIlargestfseasoniI The manufacturers must cleanup every get rid of all thats left of the seasons makeup Years ago we persuaded them to do this through us to ADVERTISE the brand among our thousands of customers and attract NEW customers by cut prices The manufacturers found this the very BEST advertising they can do And our cus tomers have found DUTOHESS TROUSERS at OUT PRICES the BIGGEST BREECHES BARGAINS they ever get hold of All kinds of materials and patterns all sizes for men and youths best styles best fit and every pair sold under the original and worldfamous Dutchess Guarantee of S I Ii ion Suits For Every Button That Comes Off They Shown In West MarketStreet Window LEVYSTHIRD ON ORDERS amounting to or more WE PAY POSTAGE by Post for or more WE PAY EXPRESS 200 miles from Louisville and- Overcoats X16 Up N TOD IS Time StovesFirst ThoughtCold weather is coming Second Thought We Stove Third ThoughtGeher Son The best place to Stove or Range is where the assortment is large and the prices are reason able Therefore it is to your own interest to call on the old and reliable firm of SON215 W Market St Bet Second and Third 425 ITHEGAYETY THEATER I Ono OoBiBi nctiuf Sunday atlas Big Detective Play THE CONSPIRACY FIRST HERE Presents a startling story of the evils of the metropolis Play and company receive commendation everywhere PBXOSB Sunday Matinee lOc 2Ec 35o and 600 Tuesday Thursday and Satur day Matinees 1000 seats at 26c Nights lOc 25c 35c 600 and 76c ATIONAFifth Li REAL VAUDEVILLE Great Six Reel Photo Play The Lion and the Mouse First Time in Photographic Form The Rathskeller Trio Premier Cabaret Entertainers These three young men are counted upon for an Introduction of popular songs and entertaining piano playing S OTHER STAR ACT5 Matinee All Seats lOc Nftfat lOo and 20o FIRST IN Formal announcement was made Monday by Capt W Fortune of Jetfereonvllle who is recognized as one of the ablest and best equipped lawyers In Indiana that he will make the race for the Demo ensUe nomination for Judge of the Fourth Judicial Circuit at the Demo crane county primary on March While may be other candi datea there seems little doubt ofldB nomination and election I co I 98c I I PANTS PANTS PANTS 198 298 398 season have 1Or a Pair iIf Rip i MAIL 1 Parcel orders 5 For need a buy a GHEHER wk Police TIME RACE James 6 there New Home Phone City 3238 I WANTED Employment by a Catholic young man Any kind of laboring work Call Shaw nee 364 P Viglini CA Co Office 138 South Fifth Fro and Tornado lInsurance LOSSES PROMPTLY ADJUSTED Home Phone City 5200 Cumb Ph ne Main 161 Mt St Agnes Sanitarium NEWBURG ROAD- A most desirable place for rest fresh air and care for all torts of nervous sad mild mental trouble SISTERS OF CHARITY IN CHARGE Home Phoae Highland 27 CENTRAL FURNITURE CO Incorporated N W Cer Third and Green Sta We furnish the home com plete on easy paymenta WM CALLAQHAN Mir SaiM Put PAUIiISX MISSION The Rev J D Harney of the Paullst Fathers who last week con ducted a moot Bucceeeful mission In Bt Patricks church at West Point opened another weeks mlsetOB ott Monday at Rineyyllle Y S i0 pPr IJ aEJSTUOKY 1 Ill A1lIERXCAN yNHi N NlNNNM N NNl NN N HN NN GRAN W SMITHS SON i AL S SMITH PROP Funeral Director and Embalmer BOTH PHONES 810 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Z Z 1 1ootzzHoso HH I 1 I 01 to 01 H011 1 HI Ho1z THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer 1221 WEST MARKET STREET TELEPHONE CITY 365 I HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071y J J BARRETTS SONS I jANDj 822 last Main Street aa a a DOUGHERTY McELLIOH 1227 WEST MARKET STREET Funeral Directors and Embalmers soma pxoxsS Cumb Main 2008n Ilomo City 2008 a OL- DFORTUNArb BOIII2BUNl + THE PHIL HOLLENBACH COINCORPORATED DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS aHtaa+aa41Tht441 I 1i1U14 PINE WINES O- ffAL KIOLB AGNJOSII 323 West Green Street LIQUORS CIGARS 4 41iri4 wl Wh r 4tt o0+ i404 P N00 i DR Je T CHAWK jI etermarykfXf 713715 Infirmaryii t UT 1 11 BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky All the late and sew Styles and Shapes priCHCaU HERRMANN BROS xP0aTzU FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers aad Wtralecaie DeaK eta la PlMst Bemads ef KM rocky WMskles aUIPearl of Nelson itOTJLIDDl BOND Taigleu 114 IMJOiN MMiT BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses Heleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Pk n233 4flve year tors art etsrinse will TCflV are IfiMMaX fee ttaTt ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 1 lla W ae 1V i 1K7Oteaa by tk xavrlaa feet aM attie sea Weert- 9ri t iR Lrr NOVELTY LUG RE AND LOTTO GIVEN BY THE CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF AMER- ICAWEDNESDAY EVlE JANUARY 28 New St Vincent de Paul Hall Shelby and Oak Many Very Handsome and Valnable Awards will be made in both games I Come and Participate in the Blind Drawing and see the many surprises therein Remember There will be many unique and novel features and something for you Gameswill be called at 830 oclock Admission to all only 25c TALK FOR HOME Division 3 A 0 H had a well attended and enthusiastic meeting Monday night when one applicant was reported favorably and tho VJsU Ing Committee announced that none were sick Stirring addresses were made favoring the proposed Hiber nian Home the plans being discussed by exNational Director George J Butler Thomas Quinn John O Hes sian Matt OBrien Dan J Dougherty Charles Doyle Martin Sheehan and Thomas Noon Tho suggestions met with favor and developed the fact that President John Maloney is determined to make a record as head of this division AU were pleased to see the new officers at their stations and working with their President for a highly success ful year Upon all sides were heard expressions of approval of the com mittee assignments the members giving assurance of faithful performance of their duties A special meeting has been called for Monday night the time of which will be given to the home proposition LIFES WORK ENDED Patrick Cunningham a widely known old resident of this city succumbed to heart disease last Sun day afternoon at the residence of his daughter Annie Cunningham 600 West Walnut street with whom he had been making his home He had been 111 for some time previous and his death not altogether unexpected Surviving him are one son John Cunningham and three daughters The funeral was held Tuesday morn ing from the Cathedral attended by many old friends and acquaintances as a testimonial of respect ELECTED COL AVHALLEN The election of Col James P Whallen as a member of the Board of Directors of the Louisville Gas and Electric Company to succeed his brother the late Col John H Whallen whose death was deplored in resolutions adopted marked the regular meeting of the board of that corporation last Friday Henry M Byllesby of Chicago and also Otto E Osthoff attended the meet ing in person Daniel E Doherty for years a member of the Board of Directors retired because of ad advancing age JEFFERSON VILLE The Young Ladles Sodality of St Augustines church Jefforsonvlllo has selected the following officers Miss Nell Dully President Miss Marie Davis Vice President Miss Maybell Spleth Secretary Miss Mary Boyle Treasurer Misses Julia Mullen Mayme Fogarty and Nell Hill members of the Entertainment Committee THE BABY COLONEL Col John J Score the newest Colonel on Gov McCrearys staff at tended the reception and ball given in the Governors new mansion on Tuesday evening and was greeted on all sides as the Baby Colonel Col Score reports that he is still a little bit dazzled from the bright lights and gorgeous raiment worn by some of the guests MATCH GAME Adam S Dlttmeler the local bowling alley owner has arranged a match game between the Queen of Nelson and Fortuna bowling clubs to take place at his alleys tomorrow afternoon at 230 oclock the pub lic being Invited to attend FORTY HOURS PRAYER Tomorrow morning the Forty Hours prayer will open at St Anthonys church beginning with the high mass and ending Tuesday This is one of the periods of marked devotion at St Anthonys and the services are always conducted with solemn splendor ANNUAL CHARITY EUCHRE The Ladles Sewing Society of St Anth nys Hospital have completed arrangements for their annual char- Ity euchre and lotto entertainment which wiill be given at Phoenix HII for the care of tho many poor pa tients received at that hospital dur ing the year ARCHBISHOP HARTY The new occupant of the See of Cashel Ireland Archbishop Harty was born at Murroe County Lim erick In 1867 and was educated at St Patricks College Thurles and Maynooth and subsequently studied at the Gregorian University in Rome He was ordained in 1894 and was appointed professor of dogmatic theology In Maynooth In the follow Jag year He has been one of the editors of the Irish Theological Quarterly since Its foundation and has acted as Honorary Secretary of the Maynooth Union since 1904 HOMEWARD MOVEMENT The Homeward movement from the Church of England has con tinned at an accelerated pace since the conversion of the seventy monks and nuns who endeavored to live M IBenedtotinee In the etbH hment Both CldeY Abandst Brides Abbey feare teeont spiritual centers for distressed High Church Ipeople j F and many scores have already followed the religious into tho fold of Rome But the most remarkable sequel is tho submission recently of no fewer than seven Anglican clergymen ANNIVERSARIES Our second war with Great Britain was on In full force a hun dred years ago 1814 That was the year of the battle of Lundys Lane where young Gen Scott made his reputation In August the Brit ish captured Washington and burned our Capitol But in September we delivered a counterblow We destroyed their fleet on Lake Cham plain CONSECRATED ARCHBISHOP Tho Archbishop of Cashel Ire land the Most Rev Dr Harty was consecrated last Sunday COLONY FOR WIDOWS New South Wales will have a colony for widows Kansas might also have one as there are 15000 widows in that State WORST COOKS pureroodcan women ore worse cooks than those of any other nation This is due to the fact that girls of the day are being taught the cullnnrg art In the schools instead of the kitchens at home NKWKST IN STYLES Many new suits show the tunic skirtThere is a flare in all the new teats White caracul Is modish for even ing wraps All bodices will bo loose fitting and bloused- In buttons Chinese effects are very popular The proper afternoon blouse Is of white satin Yokes are a feature of many of the new garments All gowns show an Increasing full ness In the skirts Novel and chic are hats of straw and colored cotton crepe In neckwear the soft simple low neck styles will predominate The Jaunty outing hat is trimmed with broad full feather quills tobeofsilkNewest waists have the peplums coat tails and girdles showing out side the skirt whitePanamaswhite chiffon and wings suitjacketwill reach Just to the waist line DECIDED A FAILURE experimenting has decided that she is a failure SALT WATER GOOD Black and white cotton good should first bo solutiontheblackCATHOLIC HOSPITALS In the United States there are over 400 Catholic hospitals Louis ville has three THE MASS RQCA The eighteenth century was the topographythe MassRoCkmap of Ireland What memories cling around each hallowed moss clad stone or rqcky ledge on the mountain side or in the deep re whereonforsacrifice crecy the death penalty hanging worshiperNotwas Inter rupted by the approach of the ban bythesprang up in those days the in famous trade of priest hunting five paidbya priest or the head ot a wolf The utmost care was necessary In placenxedpoor halfstarved people flocked in ones and twos to the spot to avoid suspicion being aroused and before mass began sentries were posted all around so as to obtain an early view priNthuntershuntersYet despite all vigilance not In priestdyedIt might M Inferred that one hun dred years of this persecution would have extinguished Catholicity but on th contrary God as If by a mir vitalityiland after one hundred and fifty years of bloody persecution rose from its sepulchre and Walked forth full of life No mere human faith ooald have accomplished this traM fonmmttott I TRINITY COUNCIL President James B Kelly occupied the chair Monday night at awell attended meeting of Trinity Coun ell Y M h the proceedings of which were very interesting Reso lutions were reported and adopted expressing deepest regret over the death of R Denzingcr who had been a faithful member of Trinity Chairman Brigman told what had thus far been done for the organiza tion of the proposed California Club to attend the Panama Pacifle Ex position In San Francisco While no definite arrangements will be made for some time the committee has reason to feel encouraged and think the undertaking will be a success Several appicatlons were received and Trinity now has a large class awaiting the degrees Announce ment was made that preparations bigjointhome of Unity Council In New Ala bany on February 8 I MANY ARE SICK During the past two weeks there policedepartmenttism and accidents Among those forced from their beats were Lleuts GeorgeSchuppPatrolmen John Morris J H Mc Glllicuddy Dave French George Gay Jerry CammozzI A C Con nelly Julius Kersey Dave Nolan Louis Lehman and John Carraro Fortunatey none were seriously 111 and a number are again making their posts Dave Nolan Is at St Josephs Infirmary where he under went a surgical operation IIEART DISEASE FATAL Miss Annie McGoff who was born In Ireland sixtyfive years ago but bad spent nearly all her life in Louisville died suddenly Wednesday evening of heart disease at St Anthonys Hospital Miss McGoff who made her home with her niece Mrs Mary J Brady was taken ill pastfortnightIn the hospital for heart trouble Wednesday she was allowed to sit up by the advice of tho attending physician but fell dead when she prepared to retlre- SECURED MANY MEMBERS The Mens Society of St Boniface nhurch had a most gratifying meeting Tuesday night when they entertained the married men of the congregation In timely addresses the good work of this society was reviewed St Boniface Hall was well crowded and those present en- Joyed the luncheon and smoker that followed when twentyfive new members were secured LECTURES IN NEW ALBANY The Rev James H Ryan of St Marysofthe Woods former asso ciate rector of Holy Trinity Catholic church will deliver an address before New Albany Council Knights of Columbus at a special meeting to be held at Holy Trinity Hall tomor row night His subject will be The Church and Some Modern Prob lems ALTAR SOCIETY EUCHRE The Altar Society of St Williams church Is arranging to give a euchre and lotto in OConnell Hall 1226 West Oak street Thursday afternoon and evening February 12 and fol lowing the afternoon games will serve a lunch- FATHER CAVANAUOH ELECTED Rev John Cavanaugh President of Notre Dame University has been elected to deliver tho sermon at the PanAmerican mass next Thanks giving which Is held yearly at St Patricks church In Washington D 0 Father Cavanaugh will speak on the subject Peace In Central and South America FIRST GIRT CmLD Mrs Frances Beaubleu the first white child born In South Bend Ind and the sister of the first student of Notre Dame died in Detroit Mich January 13 at the age of eightytwo She was the daughter of Benjamin Coquillord the only white man to assist at the death of Father Louis De Seille in the log chapel where Notre Dame now stands CORCORAN MEMORIAL The armory of the famous Sixty ninth regiment the Irish regiment of New York has been the scene of many brilliant military functions and other Interesting spectacles but on January 30 the most significant thflsfarwilltakepublic memorial ever raised In the city of New York to an IrishAmeri NewYorkportraittabletMichaelCorcoran YOUNG TBRBS Our MttoBal fonwfe extend from Alaska to Porto Wee Tksre areJn surieegJ- o FRANK FEHR BREWING CO INCORPORATED Brewers and Bottlers 1LOUISVILLE KYIOUR SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved byevery one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENN ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANYINOORPORATED LOUISVILLE KVm Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 193 THE WIEDEMANN i I2WORrO- RATEDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent ftatq 1 QRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky FALLS CITY BREWING CO i o- INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Orates a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb Wilt 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewer A 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING JOHN F OERTEL COINCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859 LOUISVILLE KY FOR A DIFFERENTAND A LITTLE BETTER FurnitureFor go to WM F MAYER 413 W MARKET ST Special Notice to Altar Societies Wa have on hand a large and ex clusive line of Altar Alb and Surplice Laces We have determined to place a special discount on thee goods tits month If you are think Ing of purchasing the above soon It will pay you to look over our stock at once Judging from the put sales of these laces we know you will be more than satisfied with our nice display We ales carry a fall line of materials and findings for making and repairing vestments Write for SamplesROGERS CHURCH GOODS CO 4 18 W JEEFERSON ST Oldest Kentucky Home of Church Goods FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING- N W Corner Fourth and Jefferson HBOSSE 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llowest and my terms the best 8 Nd JAMES GREENEI f 423 427 and 429 East Market Street j t jI jj j j WEWANTYOURWORK I I Were Prepared to Do It Promptly and in FirstClass S- tylePRINTING j I Cards Bill Heads Letter Heads Circulars Dodgers EtcsDance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty HOME PHONE 946 t KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN QR7ECKiKa rRJiIaT f MM t i C a n r 1 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Pat WeekGeneral- News NotesMt I Hats off to Division 3 for Its en terpriseMatt OBrien makes a good Vic President for Division 3 Division 8 of Indianapolis has inaugurated a course In Irish history The County Board Is working hard for the St Patricks day celebrationn Squire P T Sullivan Is never too busy to attend his division meetings Division 3 will hold a special meet- Ing Monday for the purpose of discussing their home project Every member of Division 3 should attend the special Hibernian Home meeting Monday night The Hibernians of Columbus Ohio have started a campaign to secure the 1916 national convention John T Keaney James Welsh and Dan OKcefe represented Division 2 at the last County Board meeting The euchre party and reception of the Ladles Auxiliary last Wednesday evening was a decided success The four divisions two auxiliaries and Hibernian Rfles of Columbus Ohio all made substantial gains last year Reports at the County Board meet- Ing tomorrow at Syracuse will show all the divisions in flourishing con dltlon Thomas Tarpy and Thomas Nat are endeavoring to secure a prom- Inent speaker for St Patricks day entertainmentDivision of Detroit has ju celebrated the twentyfifth an versary of Bishop Foleys entran ce into the order applicatiosis promised eleven being proposed Robeirt e e FoiitWayne held a special meeting this week to arrange fpr the annual St Bridgets day entertainment Many national convention goers will remember the eloquence of Congressman Curley who has ju been elected Mayor of Boston Blvlstan 4 meets Monday night President Hennessy wants all the members present to hear the reports for the St Patricks day celebration The IrishAmerican night of Divis- Ion 4 and Ladles Auxiliary 8 was one of the most successful events that have ever taken place in St PaulFor bringing In th6 most members during the year the Ladles Auxiliary of Hyde Park Mass presented Mrs Margaret Nagle with gold rosary beadsToronto Hibernians are the chief promoters of the Canadian Irish HIst- orical Society Its object Is I to spread the truth concerning Irish history The Manchester Emerald notes a number of initiations In connection with the Installation of officers by the New Hampshire ladles aux llIarles Capt Jerry Hallihan one of told guards left this week for Lewis burg Tenn to superintend the con struction of an extension for the Louisville Nashville railroad surpassffairs all a iits euchre lotto and dance party given on February 11 Every mem berls doing something for i success Toledo Hibernians are alrea planning for the Ohio State convention next August With the homo rule bill then passed the convent will also assume the proportions of a large Irish home rule celebration The nine divisions of the Ladles Auxiliary of Indianapolis number Ing over 1000 members will observe t atendinging holy communion In a body In honor of their patron called the Mary of Ireland Mobile Hibernians offer 500 toK ward a pedestal for the monument the Rev Abfam J Ryan the Poet Priest of the South The monument has been placed on a flat base on a toot from the ground level a school children playing around m swing on the outstretched arm ALUMNI GOLDEN JUBILEE President Robert O Wulf has a goldjubilee sCollege Alumni Association which HenryWattersonoclock In the evening Responses toasts wmba made by the Re Brother James Director of t college Robert A Watson Fr Harlg and Joseph L Lenihan Efforts of the alumni to make t anniversary banquet the largest a fair of its kind ever held in Loul- vino have resulted in commute- being appointed by every class the college to work for a large attendance I This year marks the clo of tiny years work by the IoulavlllOfficersi uroFirst1 Dieruf Second Vice President SecretaiilliamRalmondSergeantaArms ChaplaInGAYETY THEATER One of the sensational hits of the thocalledI poUcedtectlve In 1 i first presentation next week at the jllaYlndcompany ptapeonmd V to ScansBandthtaclose attention of Ita audiences to e pUHertYY Madeline Deimar and boIeaC plovers are announced n lc c SOGIEltl RECTORY 11 DIVISION 1 eets at Falls Clty Hall on Flr and Third Tuesdays President Thomas Tnrpy I Vice President Henry McDe- e mottII CustckFinancial FarjrellI SergeantntArmsTlm Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Williams 1 Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresidentC J Ford Vice PresldentJ J Sullivan Recording Secretary John Keaney TreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meels First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentJohn M Maloney Vice PresidentMatt J OBrien Recording Secretary John PI PriceFinancial SecretarYJohn J Hes slon Jr- TrensurorD J Dougherty Sergeant at Arms Martin J Kallaher sitSentinelfhomae Noon DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street stPresidentJohn H Hennessy Lyncha1Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial SecretaryThomasP LanganTreasurerPatrick Connelly SergeantatArmSThomas Farrell Sentinel M J McDermott Y JX I MAOKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentGeorge J Thornton Kestn neySecond Vice President Frod SchulerRecording Secretary John R Barry Financial Secretary Will CasslnI TreasurerSebastian Hubbuch Marshal Joe Keane Inside Sentinel William Schott Outside Sentinel F E Gratzer Executive Committee Fray Adams Charles Raldy William LInkIi AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY Timely Record of Some Memorable Events in the Catholic His tort ef America January 25 1824Degree of Doctor of Sacred Theology solemnly conferred In the Baltimore Cathedral by Archblshop Marechal on tthe heSulpiclan Fathers James Whit field Louis R Deluol and JohnI B Damphoux and In August theto next year was organized the faculty of theology by permission of liltL Pope- January 26 1C11 Fathers Pierre fIIBfard and Edmond Masse Jesuit missionaries sailed from Dieppe isfar Port Royal Arcadia arriving there May 22 to begin their mis dyBlonary work later taken Iby to what is now Bar Ha bor where they founded the coll knJanuary 27 1618 Diocese of Yucatan established by Leo X belle v ing the newlydiscovered land be an Island decree modified toby I Clement VII when found to part of the continent first resident Bishop Francisco Toral O sivj 15 1562 made an Archbishopric 1906 January 28 1768 The Right Rev JeanLouis Lefebvre Cheverus tofirst Bishop of Boston born at- M yenne France arrived in Bas ton October 3 1796 consecratedI lyNovember 1 1810 transferred to ndISee of Montauban France Janu Dooyt deaux July 30 1826 Cardinal1 February 1 1835 died July 19 mo January 29 1894Death at NorrIs town Pa of George Derlng eaWolff convert born at Martins burg W Va August 25 1822II editor of the Baltimore Mirror and1 Philadelphia Catholic Stnndar- assisted in establishing t Ittoe viewhe 30 1866 Death at SiedSt Frances Xavier Irma SlsttlhefS 184Pboea3 ofVest as an Apostolic Woman January 81 1834IDeath at No DaniellllctArmaclAeof the Friendly Sons aedwellian6 on Wall street New City before that basinstss purposes BlTECnEL MAKES GOOD George debut aa pr motor and manager of the big IIr18teDaliand Y over SOOQ Perons witnessing the atch and evincing much Interest the sport which prqmlses to bec- Omeannouncedpopular tn this city Itwas Zbyszko the famous Polishwrestler would an pear lien jbn iebrujiry 3 jtnfiddUlo n the winner of the CiitlerfloKuft bowlt which takes place In Qfilcsfgo this week Thjp local promoters guard Against say of the be whlfth are so nijnie Quhl N wrestling game inS as long eahq tj1tlOhrotsure of liberal d tronce IRELAND Hi Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled atFrom Exchanges cooptedrAgricultural and Technical Committee At a meeting of the Dundalk Ur ban Council J McEntree was elected assistant electrical engIneerI Annaghonecoalfield been successfully worked by John McNally of Cookstown 1The backfiring of an engine led millsIn6000TorJameswhose wife died only the previous week being interred on St Stephens day At a recent meeting of the Kil macthomas District Council Patrick electedChairmangerald who resigned Patrick Jelllco a farmer of Dally founddead tobed thJvicinity of Carrick and hundreds of dlsportinthemselves orMrst CashelHerf s on the mission In Illinois was pres ent at her last moments RoscommonQuarter JudgWakelytte tte as a token of a maiden sessions The death has taken place In his seventyseventh year of James Walsh of Carriganima near Mac prominentlyassociated ment MagIstrates expressIngorAldermanof the condolenceAt a meeting of the of the united parishes of Clonegal and Klldavln held recently In the parochial hall steps were taken to erect a memorial to the memory of the late pastor the Rev John Byrne jI I Darby Shea a farmer of Cap tivaka he attempted to cross His body was swept down the stream and was afterward found on the north shore of Kenmore river J Deep regret Is felt for the death which took place on Christmas eve at the parochial house at Balla of the Very Rev John McDermott who was much esteemed and revered b the people of the parish during the period ofhis zealous ministration thereAt I I 1 a special meeting of the Leltrim County Council to deal with the i question of the proposed extension uptoappoint a deputation to watt on the directors of several railway companies with a view to their light railway Mrs Mary Doyle the wife of a small farmer living In Rossen Gran ard was burned to death In her own house on Christmas eve Her hus band and his niece left the house two hours earlier to visit a shop in returnedlfloor almost burned to death and she died In a few minutes otter ward LEADERbeGov John K Tenor of Pennsyl vanla the newly elected President of the National Baseball League was born In County Tyrone Ireland July 25 1863 and when quite young came to Pittsburgh with other mem bers of his family Gov Toner learned to play ball at school and his first professional engagement was In the New England League as a pitcher Wllbert Robinson the present Brooklyn manager being his catcher Tener going to the Chicago National League club in 1888 under Anson After a two years stay at Chicago he joined the Brotherhood League and after its collapse went to Chardlerol Pa where he was elected to Congress In 1907 and in 1910 was elected Governor on the svgsheand owners and during his four NationalSt andLTHEATERrnThe Lion and the Mouse will be ineat startingofen acted by the sama company which was seen in the resent film produc andrew presented account of the unusual length of 4 tills photo play the matinee perform ances will begin at 215 and the flint evening performance will begin bigoNa- 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