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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t1 i PATRONIZE CREAGERSBUSINESS BUSINESSSCHOOL Sccend and Brecklnrldje r VOLUME XXXII NO 5 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JANUARY 31 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS I OBLIVION Crushing Defeat For William I OBrien In the Municipal Election ThirtyOne Nationalists Return ed totho Now Cork City Council Rebel City Has Returned to Its Allegiance Under Nation mistsu- INIDNISTS Banner VOTERS ARE ROUTED Thee results of the municipal elec tions In Ireland have Just been a- nconsiderednounced separately or in the aggregate they thearepeoples flBellty to the national incauseand loyalty to the Irish party Out side of the northeast corner In few cases did Unionist candidates show courage enoUgh to offer themselves for election and where they did make a bid for public support they were Ignomlnously defeated But above and beyond all the rest there is a deep significance in the result of the elections to the Cork City Council From the Southern capital is announced glorious news tor all Ireland except the weeping willow of AllforIreland William OBrien has been swept off the political map and the Nationalists nave been returned with an over whelming majority The most san partycouldmagnificent and so emphatic The municipal elections in Cork are a triennial affair At the previous elections three years ago the OBrlenltes secured a comfortable majority but ever since then the by elections have proved that the power of the archfactlonlst Is on the wane and for some time the Nationalists have been the predominant party The whole strength of the Allfor Ireland party was focussed on an at tempt at the present elections to regain its tottering prestige A tierce political campaign was waged and William OBrien took the hust ings on behalf of his candidates He Tips had a disappointment as cruel as jiyeivbUghtedthehopes dfmanaTihe one place where Jthought ai jor Ity was secured to him has sent him to political oblivion The constitu tion of the new Council Is as follows Nationalists 31 OBrienites 13 and Independents 11 Those are Illuminating figures emanating as they do from the city that is associated In everybodys mind with the OBrlenite revolt The Independents are mostly Councillors elected on a ratepayers asociatlon ticket in commercial wards and with the exception of an insignificant Unionist quotawho may be trusted to vote hand in glove with the tiny remnant which Is all that survives of a once blatant factionlsmthe In dependents are supporters of the Na tionalist policy But without reckon Ing their votes at all the supporters of the Irish party have a substantial and unquestioned majority It is asfe to say that the last has been heard of the AllforIreland re volt as a serious political factor Cork has returned to its old allegi ance under the banner of the ancient orthodox nationality of Ireland If OiBrlen has any sense of honor he will resign from the Par liamentary representation of a city that shows it is only thirsting for the opportunity to cast him out When it is considered that there are 2500 Protestant Unionist votes In Cork every one of whom to the last man voted the straight OBrlen ite tllcketit will be understood how complete and overwhelming the routI of OBrien has been He represents only a fraction of the people of Cork who are in favor of home rule Speaking before an immense gath Bring at Waterford last Sunday crohnI Redmond said Every sane man knows that bar ring accidents the home rule bill will be the law of thq land thfsI year If any change Is made in the home rule bill it will only be by the good will of our opponents But I say frankly that I see no prospects of their good will being purchased aU any price whatever Good will is worth purchasing at a big price but any change in the bill should be con sistent with the unity of Ireland POPE IS WELT The Rome Trlbuna published an article saturday on the health of the Pope which brought forth a denial from the Vatican Although the Pope daily receives Cardinals and Bishops says the Tribuna fre quently granting collective audi ences his health causes anxiety It has been observed that the Pontiffs eyes are at times unusually brilliant and that periods of appalentnorma1- Btrengthare succeeded by moments of great weakness It has been learned that the Pope sometimes requires the administration of stim ulants so that he may be able to grant audiences which It is his wish to grant at any cost From the Vatican comes emphatic denial of these statements it being declared that the condition of the Pontiff is quite normal The Vatican officials add that precautions have been taken to conserve the strength Audlepceshaveceremonies have been maintained la his apartment in consequence of the c e r t N I t + KENTUCKY IRfl AMERICAN rigorous winter The explanation is I also made that heart stimulants are administered only on the orders of tho Popes physicians Tho most recent visitor to the Pope was G J Gaul who bore a letter from Archbishop Quigley of Chicago According to his judgment the Pope was In as robust condition as could be expected at his age HQ considered that the Pope showed wonderful energy and great mental activity CATHEDRAL HALL OPENING The new and handsome Cathedral Hall on Fifth street near Walnut will be opened with a mammoth bazar lasting one week from February 2 to 7v The new hall which will be used for meetings of the societies and sodalities of the parish Is built of brick trimmed with stone 25x85 feet and two stories high It is just to the rear of and adjoining the rectory forming a continuous passage from the rectory to the sacristy under one roof The public entrance Is through the yard be tween the rectory and the Cathedral the upper floor being reached by an Iron stairway It is heated by steam and lighted by electricity The upper floor finished in hardwood with maple floor will eventually be used as a chapel The basement of the Cathedral known as St Francis Hall which has been used a number of years for society meotlng81 has been abandoned as such The old rectory which was originally built for an orphan asylum was torn down to make way for the new hall During the bazar dinner will be served from 1130 a in to 2 p m I and supper from 5 to 7 p m the whole lower floor being used for this purpose Meals will cost but twenty five cents which also Includes ad mission to the bazar Chicken dinner on Thursday fish dinner on Friday Special attractions will be provided each day A full meeting of all committees was held last night when the final arrangements were announced and each one assigned their respective duties IJUEST TO MINERS Among those asked by the Indlun welcome to that city when it assembled in Tomlinson Hall last week was Rev Farncls H Gavisk Chancellor of the diocese and pastor of St Johns church Father Gavisk said In open ing In this day and age no one needs to make any apology for organized labor There Is no apology to be made for the presence of a vast assembly of organized labor in In dianapolis I welcome you to this city I have done sp ijt the past I otachurchmembers But I do it as a citizen of this city and of this country Men Who deny organized labor stand fn thoir own light There never was a strike that could not have been set tled in advance by a conciliatory method If men had been willing to arbitrate If they had admitted that there was something to arbitrate In stead of contending that there was nothing to arbitrate these strikes would not have happened heartyInvitationto attend St Johns on Sundays while they are here As those of you who are Catholic well known he said In the Catholic church ev ery Sunday is a church going Sun day So you will have to go to someI Catholic church and as St Johns Is the most central I expect we shall see many of the miner delegates as we always do during convention time iFather Gavisk who is well known to most of the Catholic dele gates was heartily applauded FAVORS BOY SCOUTSI Official recognition of the movement for the establishment of CathII ollc boy scouts in his diocese inlI affiliation with the national organization 11 has been given by Cardinal Farley In a letter appointing theII Rev Francis J Sullivan spiritual director of Catholic troops the CarII dtnal made known the conditions under which he approved the scoutI movement These provide that the I 1 scouts be distinctly Catholic troQpsI that the scout masters be approved by the church authorities and that no Catholic boy be allowed to joinI the scouts unless he be a member of the Junior Holy Name Society or kindred organizations BOWLING GREEN Not until the first of the week didIIt become known that on the Thurs day preceding some one entered St Josephs church at Bowling Green of which the Rev Thomas Hayes is pas tor and tried to set It on fire be sides defacing it in varlous ways Charred matches were found over the church a candle was found burning so clove to the foot of one of the statues that the latter was scorched The poor box hdd been broken into and all the money taken and in it were found some burnt matches In trying to force open the tabernacle the lock was broken The lock on the baptismal font was also filed and broken The police are investigating and if the vandals are caught they will be given merited punishment St Josephs is one of the hand somest churches in the city ST ALOYSIUS EUCHRE A euchre and lotto for the benefit Valley afternoon and evening February 4 at Trinity YM I Hall Baxter and Morton avenue and those desirous of aiding a worthy charity in add evenlagFather Does the pastor and his struggling congregation in their worthy rat rprlre FACTS FORFANATICSa Right Rev Bishop Gunn Stirring Address to Holy i Name Society Rally at New Orleans I HIs Liberty of Conscience Fact or Faction the Question For All Fait Minded Americans The Kentucky Irish American is in receipt of many communications and indignant protests concerning the vile and Indecent attack by the Mountain Advocate published at Barbourvllle Ky on Catholic priests and nuns which was reprinted in these columns last week It has since been learned that the editor W H McDonald is prom inent In Red Men circles being a Past Grand Sachem of that order many of our local Catholics who aro members vouchsafing the informa comI estants to rise up and crush the Catholic snake as he terms the Catholic church and its followers As was expected McDonald Is also a member of the Junior Order of United American Mechanics which Is particularly strong in his section this explaining why the educational authorities always report a prepon derance of Ignorance and lack of edu cation in the mountain section In connection with this wave of re ligious bigotry which now seems to be in the midst of one of its spas modic revivals the Kentucky Irish American wishes to reprint part of the stirring address delivered by Right Rev John E Gunn Bishop of Natchez Miss at the rally of Holy Name societies in New Orleans last week his subject being entitled Is Liberty of Conscience a Fact or Fic tion In the United States Bishop Gunn said i It is a regrettable fact but syij a fact that waves of religiousInol orance like Mississippi fioods7pay unwelcome visits to our land ofllb erty of conscience they are i as- variedJIPtJJlC911 at F hnllr froil Bossthatsnssame some promlence I have noticed how ever one remarkable phenomenon about them all that they only come Into existence when the country is at peace and free from yellow fever The entire religious history of tho Colonies may be summed up in a strife of creed against creed In POP3Iequal abhorrence This lasted until the war of the Revolution began Then the Guardians of Liberty sneaked out of sight and let half the Continental army be recruited from Irish lads Catholic France and no ble Poland were not looked upon as emissaries of Rome when they helped to drive the Red Coats and the Union Jack out of the country foreverI what Andrew Jackson would have thought or said when in your own New Orleans Cathedral he thanked God for his victory and the Ursullne ladles for their prayers If he could have looked out on the coming century and have seen tho men he helped to nationality and freedom that there would be among them some so craven and so mean as to make it their business to vilify tho very religion which gave him his bravest fighters and the noble Sis ters to whose pure prayers he as cribed his victory Before American independence there was no religious liberty but with peace and independence were born the twin principles of that civil and religious liberty on which this Government rests The experiment of religious liberty was novell It was accepted Joyfully by the fair minded and honorable but it was not long until the New England bigots and their agents tried to work antiCatholic restrictions into nearly every onbof the original Colonies You know how long dis crimination was practiced against Catholics In the various State laws The methods of bigots are always the same false charges forged docu ments forged oaths and loud profes sions that they alone are tho guardians and protectors of liberty The war with Mexico broke out and the selfconstituted gaurdlans like the wary ground hog crept back into their holes and let the Catholic boys do their share of the fighting with Generals OBrien OGorman OReilly etc until Old Glory waved over conquered Mexico With peace out came the swaggering guardians again and the infamous Know Nothinglsm from 1851 to 1858 Is their work Its programme and please remem ber our American principles guaran tee equal rights for all privileges for none freedom of consclencp for all and religion no bar to civic ad vancement Its programme was to resist the Inslduous policy of the church of Rome to place in all of fices of trust or profit in the gift of the people or by appointment none but native American Protestant citizens The invincible in peace and Invisible in war bigots scored a wonderful triumph for seven years and their lineal descendents point with a family pride to the intense MC tartan fetlinr crestedto the fact that titer bought a rope U hang then Papal Nuncio tlfat they tarred and feather and mad Insane from tor ture several priealsthat they cre ated a day whlchveryone In Louis ville knows as VBloody Monday and that they scared Sisters burned convents and so forced their bigotry on tho country that bills were pre sented to the various Legislatures depriving Catholics of everything that life lIbertY nd the pursuit of happiness is supposed to stand for Convents were to be classed as dives and subject to police protection Then came the civil war and as usual the bigots and antiCatholic vlllflers dropped their agitation and let the Stars and Stripes fight it out with the Stars anjl Bars without in terference which might mean the In convenience of smelling gunpowder The Invincible In pence and invisible in war played possum when the boys In blue and in gray lived and fought and died to defend a principle of the American constitution As bigots only lIvo to destroy principles they were well out off place during the war V After this fierce struggle our broken mangled country was given time to readjustchanged conditions and a temporary respite from big ptry was given to Catholics Them en who fought and lived respected those who fought tind died and re spected each other The country was becoming sqlidly welded together ThEf61a soldIers at their reunion n veKjfetlioUght of putting BeaurcgaVd sherman Sheridan Rosecrnntor lelds on the traltoru or cowafjilsKQSfibecause1 they were Catholics Gollbtitbe homes of the old veterans o Forth or South and ask them wlia they think of the- Cathollc1Sisters io nursed them ln hrJ1lpitntcarnage Let a distinguished Methodist minister of Cincinnati give ex pression to the thoughts of these old soldiersIThe Sister in her robes of office has ever commanded the respect and admiration of Jew and Gentile pagan and Christian Catholic and Protestant There has never been a battlefield too red with blood to keep away her ministering hand of love there has never been a con tagion sufficiently destructive toI blanch her cheek with fear She loves her church and believes In It I but the touch of her gentle hand and the smile of her Christlike illuminated face has been for suffer ing humanity of all creeds and colors I The next needful protection the country had was In 1887 and again the protectors assumed charge I They carefully scanned the political horizon and seeing no war In sight t an oracle from Ohio announced that the country was In danger He called round him his men loyal and true to renew the business of vilification The followers of the now movement were to be Ignorant of history creosoted in bigotry and hostile to the American principle of liberty of conscience They were all needed to defeat a newly discovered Catholic conspiracy viz a con spiracy to destroy the common schools to destroy the civil liberty and to destroy religious liberty They protected the country In the usual methods of flooding it with antit Catholic literature Intimidating mostly women and children and do- Ing l everything to create distrust and disunion Where there was civic peace they made war where there was harmony they created discord where there was confidence they created distrust they adopted the Voltarlan principle of Llele al ways some of It will be believed The splendid programme failed be cause the history of the war was fresher in the minds of the Ameri can people than the stories of the inquisition and the horrors and tor tures inflicted upon some walled up nun in the middle ages The pro tectorsof America failed to make any impression on the country This failure was hastened by the war with Spain the very talk of war drives these protectors and guard ians of bigotry back to their holes Yes they are driven out of sight but the slime of the serpent has stained the pages of American his tory and the disgraceful chapters of intolerance intimidation bigotry and persecution have added to the work of the American apologist of today and the work of those who in years to come will have to try to harmonize the theory and practice openIIngWe are now on the crest of the last big wave of bigotry The first thing we notice about the present burst of intolerance is the amount of money which tho bigots must control They evidently have a well organized business plan of vllliflca tlon and a well tilled commissary They have taken all that was best of the old fxprfttrt bnsinees they let these poor outcatfai the victims U l f H 0 I of sin and shame they ordain them ministers of bigotry and put them on a profit and sharemaking plan from the beginning These poor tools and fools put their names to books they dont write and deliver awful disclosures To Men Only which they did not and could not com pose If the expriest supplies are not enough it is easy to substitute Impostures These are the field agents and the advance guard of the new bigotry I No mans religion is ever dis I anIless that man Is a Catholic and then 1 the cry of Rome at the polls is heard and the priest in politics Is denounced When a Catholic mis I Cath10llc I dreds of thousands of copies of the vilest charges against the Catholic church are spread Just to prepare a way for the messenger of peace and as a fitting prelude to the celebra ConI fecting the church you could steer guidedbypriests Knights of Columbus hor rors of convents etc The most scandalous business of the vampire press lis Its unnameable attacks on the Catholic Sisters There is no crime of which they are not accused There Is no degree of degratlon with which they are not represented as familiar There seems to be a special depart ment of the vilifying business re served for nuns alone IThis rapid glance at these various waves of Intolerance prepare us for the Incident that happened in Pittsburgh The combination of antl LGatholiA lectures1 and ire tjian Jour CCWlthIfair play that last fall the Bishop of Pittsburgh called off the Holy Name parade so as not to give an occasion of a breach of the public peace I was in England at the time of the incident and I had the benefit of hearing it discussed In club and car in public and private meetings The burden of comment was not on the sectarian strife but on what had become of the famous American constitutional principle of Liberty of Conscience People could understand the massacre of Jews In Russiathere was no lib erty of conscience there there was no religious principle involved Peo ple could understand French spoliation and confiscation a political vote was all that was needed to steal 200000000 worth of church property to empty thousands of pulpits to forbid the administration pf the sacrament to the living and dying to justify even the armed entrance of cloistered womanhood oven at the midnight hours to drive to tho streets the daughters of France who were even then praying heaven to avert evil from and shower bless- Ings on La Belle France But France has no constitution it has not prin ciple of liberty like ours and the action of Its Government created little surprise What do we Catholics want In the first place we want an aroused healthy normal public opinion We want nothing more and nothing less than the rights guaranteed to every citizen under the constitution We ask for nothing that is not strictly right and we will submit to nothing that is wrong To bear an open slander is a curse But not to find an answer is miih worse We appeal to the public press the great maker and unmaker of public opinion Examine the justice of our claim and then give us even a sharo of that mighty support which saved an Innocent Jew from Russian hate and soon the vampire press will be a thing of the past only a disgraceful memory Wo appeal to our separated brethren who deplore this unworthy attack on the oldest of the Christian religions some of the bitterest foes of antiCatholic bigotry are to be found in the pul pits and In the pews of our non Catholic friends Those who are sincere themselves give others credit for sincerity We have a right to ask the Government not to put or to permit the vast machinery of its postal service to do the carrying wishes of a reptile press Could it not frame and pass a bill for the whole country making unlawful the writing printing publication circulation or distribution of any false statement matter or thing purport Ing to be the ritual ceremonial or ceremonies or part thereof of any church religious society organize tion or corporation or any fraternal beneficial or secret society organi zation or corporation and making certain testimony In respect thereto competent and making violation thereof a felony and providing pen ally therefor This Would be a good appendix to thprlnepl4qf II iI 1this1 and to the Government I will let a Hebrew organ give the first an swerAs regards the Catholics moreover let us not forget that they well nigh constitute the backbone of our fighting forces on sea and land and they are holders of law and order in our cities and villages It is anopen truth that the Catholics furnish the largest proportion of blue coats blue jackets and boys in khaki Here Is another witness Senator Mark Hanna There is a crisis coming which will have to be mot and tho sooner the better there is no place in this country for anarchy and treason In this connection 1 once said that in the day of trouble the United States must look to the Supreme Court and to the Roman Catholic church I will go further now and say that I believe dIe best friend and protector tho peope and the flag shall have in its hour of trial will be the Roman church al ways conservative and fair and loyal This is the power that shall save us And finally let us hear from that grand old man one of the greatest minds and statesmen of the nine teenth century W E Gladstone The Catholic church has marched for fifteen hundred years at the head of civilization and is harnessed to a chariot as the horses of a triumphal crr the chief Intellectual and material forces of the world her art the art of the world her genius the genius of the world her greatness her glory her grandeur and majesty have been almost though not absolutely all that In these respects the world has to boast of Her children are more numerous than all the children of the sects combined she Is every day enlarg ing the boundaries of her vast em pire her altars are raised In every clime and her missionaries wherever there are men to be taught the evangel of Immortality and souls to be saved And this wondrous church which Is as old as Chris tianity and as universal as man kind Is today after its twenty centuries of age as fresh and vigorous and as fruitful as on the day when the Pentecostal fires were showered upon the earth MOURN HER DEATH Late Saturday night at her homo in New Albany occurred the death ot Mrs Margaret Shrader beloved wife of George B Shrader 221 Park place after a year of constant sut fering from stoniach trouble Mrs Shrader was a most earnest Christian woman whose life seemed devoted to the welfare of others and who was ever seeking to do an act of kind Bessr Iiliad helplhghanc1or comforting word to those In distress She was born In Ireland sixtyfive years ago but came with her par ents to America when a small child and had lived in New Albany from girlhood She was ever a devout and active member of Holy Trinity church Besides her husband she is survived by two sons and four daughters George J and W S C Shrnder Mrs Gertrude Albaugh Mrs A A Connell and Misses Anna and Alice Shrader and eight grand children all of whom live in New Albany Two brothers and a sister John and Joseph McGinn and Miss Mary McGinn of Louisville also sur vive The funeral services were held at Holy Trinity church Wednesday morning when requiem mass was celebrated by the Rev Father Cur ran CHORAL UXIOX SCORES Last Sunday night at the Masonic Theater Prof Anthony Mohlengraft and the Catholic Choral Union scored one of the greatest musical successes ever witnessed in Louisville The theater was thronged with the best people of Louisville and every number on the programme was re ceived with enthusiastic applause Encores were generously responded to and the chorus work was excep tionally fine There Is no doubt now that the Catholic Choral Union will rank first among the musical organi zations of Louisville During the intermtslons short addresses were made by Col P H Callahan Presi dent of St Lawrence Institute for whom the entertainment was given and Dr Peter S Ganz President of the Choral Union The promoters are greatly elated over their suc cess and the benefit that will accrue to the home for working boys JAMES FORTUNE NAMED The bench the bar and the people of Southern Indiana hailed with approval last Saturday the news that Hon James W Fortune of Jeffer sonville had been appointed Circuit Judge to succeed the late Judge Harry C Montgomery Judge For tune took the oath of office Monday morning and at once began prepara tion for his new and responsible duties As a lawyer and man he stands in the front rank and there should be no doubt of his election for the full term Judge Fortune says it will be his endeavor to con duct the buslhess of the court on the lines of his predecessor and there fore there will be no changes among the officials under his control- NICIIOIu19VILLE Miss Margaret Flynn and Louis Stephen Blanchutt of Kelllher Minn were married Wednesday morning at St Lukes church at NIcholasvlllo with a nuptial mass Miss Nora Flynn sister of the bride was maid of honor and William Blanchett of Glencoe best man Miss Frances Kelly of Lexington and Miss Ada Weidlich were bridesmaids Ed Kelly of Lexington and Harry Garbt of Glencoe were the groomsmen Father iRolfes per foroMd the ceremony I WE DO- PRIN11NG FIRST CLASS WOR- Ks Give Thi Office Yoar Next Order 1 DEMOCRATS I Pleased With Appointment of Sand Secured by Congress man Shcrley Commissioner Newmans Doom For Governor Receiving Severe Setback Street Cur Employes Should Consult Neal Funk For Aid- REAPPOiNPMENT FOR DIG ANDY Congressman secure the appointment of Ben J Inspectorwas anlltileIndlg sioner Newman for his hasty dis LaborInspectorcampaignsimply totheandhoursfactoryofforMayorProgressivesEvening i thelatterpositionItalongthatareceptivecratic nextyearSandtalrpubllcaIssued FedtlonpufinalidealandthemanyRepresentatives r Frankfort W A Price of Coy succeeded in stirring up theJ when ho introduced a bill tA Sanfordthey were lobbying andj thIfto stir the selfcomplacenc aforesaid Percy who in his 1 to regulate the politics and ai the people has earned the u of all regardless of party anti astliat1 fI c out its threat of expulsion and he succeeds In getting Haly on t crossexaInatlonearned the approbation of all who domineeringtactics Local Democrats are amused at the actions of some of the street railway men a delegation of whom Thursday concerning the organization of a beingtoadministration In their undertaking which to say the least is considered a feat of nerve when it Is taken into campaignjustnearly to a man were hearty sup porters of the Bull Moose ticket despite the fact that Col Haager a Progressive leader was the indi vidual who knocked their previous strike into a cocked hat by placing police on the cars and wouldnt even let them look crosseyed on the corners Then again Neal Funk of the legal department of the railway company lined them up solidly for Axton which raises the questiontwhy dont they get their leader to intercede for them with any requests they may have of their employers now Another despairing wail of the Progressives was heard last Saturday when the Grill appeared on the 4 streets in the hands of some news boys while a couple of thousand copies were given away free to tho employes of the L and N shops in the evening this publication contain ing some of the old rehashed cries of fraud and a continuation of tho attack on former Sheriff Emler The Grill is edited by J C Armstrong anew resident of Louisville and it Is Minimapolis the funds for Its maintenance are contributed by the same parties who led the Axton contest fund they still planning a revenge on their success ful Democratic opponents The reappointment of Andy Kast as Superintendent of Sewers and Drains gave general satisfaction as this big IrishGerman has a large following in this city who are for him first last and all the time his services always being at the disposal of his friends for charity or other wise Incidentally under Superin tendent Kast the largest amount of completedInwhich fact in Itself was sufficient indorsement WILL PRESENT PLAY I The Columbia Athletic Club has engaged Macauleys Theater for February 15 when Silas the Chore Boy will be presented The castawhich wjll be a large one has been working hard for many weeks and has made much progress under Ben Beckman who is the director Those cast for specialty and eccentric feat ures include James Dpnahue Leo Sullivan and George Ryjv Past per AthleUcClubwith this offering it Iis hoped to score the greatest incceM t IfI Y K NTUOKY 1IL AlMERIOANi A L9fiMLRi6fiftI ftiTMcd to the Social sad Moral AJrMceneseital Irish Amrkias and Cathol let J Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order ol Hibernians Young Mens Ics ltute and CathoHc Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PnlNTTNa CO Incorporated Publl h L SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY BC Baltrtd it th LHlfTlIU PoitoHIc u 8 ce dCU ntter tkeeIt I LOUISVILLE Kyto SATURDAY JANUARY 31 1914t- rs FAIR PLAY The Peoples News published at BarbourvUlp and edited by Charles Davis takes the Mountain Advocate to task for its wanton attack upon Catholics and their religion Under the head Mistaken Zeal Editor Davis shows the true Christian feeling the feeling that should prevail everywhere when he says We regret to see the spirit manifested by our esteemed contemporary the Mountain Advocate In Its recent attack on the Catholic church and particularly the tiara ter of the attack as exemplified in the poem The Black Nunnery Such attacks are foreign to t spirit of our Master and hind rather than help the cause of Christianity We are Protestant the core but we believe In fair play and In exemplifying the golden Idrulethat they should do to you WHERE CATHOLICS STAND Rev Father Cavnaugh President of Notre Dame in a sermon in St Josephs church at South Bend stated plainly the stand the Catholic church has taken concerning the sex hygiene question now widely discussed over the country Cath olics have been criticized here and there for their opposition to the tehing of a certain kind of physi In the schools It has been i sex sanitation but a better would be oex insanity We are to submit our clean strong tic boys and exquisitely pure Ic girls to a course of instruc a matters which Catholics shrink from Mere e never made or kept men one knows better than in the evils of the drug o class of men suffer hose evils than the phy ilarly text books showing es wrought by alcohol ares to make the rising gen temperate In the Case of gs and the drink it Is the ng of the will that is necessary not merely illumination of the d The same Is true of sex Cachings It is even more true of because while information about drugs and drinks is at least Innocuous the very discussion of sex problems is injurious The Catholic church has been teaching sex hygiene during all the centuries Under her direction Catholic mothers and Catholic nuns have been saying to our pure girls the little that is neecsary In the dimi ness of the confesslqnal holy priests have been giving all the instruction that was needed to our cleareyed cleanthinking boys The clamor for sex Instruction in the schools comes from those who have lost the confessional Let them not wonder if we do not take up the cry with enthusiasm Let them find the way back to the feet of the stoled priest 1 with hand uplifted in absolution There in safe ways and through hoi channels they will learn what fis needful about this tremendous subject They will learn it fromii consecrated lips they will learn it In that holiest of conditions whenI they stand so to speak for a mo r anent at attention before God ToI I Introduce promiscuous teaching into the schools would be to make them r universities of corruption MEANS MORE STRENGTH The present disreputable and virulent campaign of bigotry against the Catholic church is everywhere awakening and deepening the creed consciousness of Catholics The attack of such papers as the Menace Is so obviously from the gutter the line of offensive operation has about It so much of personal villlflcatlon filthy defamation artd cowardly in sult that the indignation of the j Catholic body is thorough revulsive and widespread But It means as the Catholic Citizen says more strength because it welds our unity develops our loyalty and stirs our virility o NEVER FAR APART The remark of Gov Glynn ot New York recently concerning edu cational matters is significant 3 sttJactions are so closely watchedas the actions and words of a Governor efagreat State like New York would beThe hue and cry raised against Catholics and the charge that the Catholic church is openly opposed to our free public school L Thesystem 3is e1feetlylyanllwered byce Life words ot GOT Qlynn When We Th c realize says the Governor t twenty million children are being molded into American citizens by our public schools we realize that America can make no mistake t America can not rectify Education as we know it Is under obligations to many men and many Ingle fluences but there is no aid glea factor to which education owes greater debt than it does to rellg IonThe shrine and the schooY house have never been very 1 apart at any stage of the w progress S I WISCONSIN EUGENICS i tieThe much heralded eugenic 1 law erof Wisconsin so much talked about by those who proposed to usher tothe new order of things in the unl verse and who seemed to see the mlllenlum as a result of this pie of legislation has been declar unconstitutional The measure was held to conflict with religious liberty Although the courts praised the intent of the framers of the la It was declared to be the sense of the court that the law which pro vlded for a physicians certificate of health including a certain t known as the Wasserman test in violation of the constitution and that it further conflicts with religious liberty because It tends restrain marriage This decision I in conflict with the ruling of t Attorney General of Wisconsin who held that the law might be enforced without the application of the Waserman test the purpose of the test being to determine whether or not the applicant was free from certain private diseases The agitation and the arousing of public conscience regarding ti moral and physical fitness of per soon contemplating matrimony has not at this late date been left to titoto State Religion has ever been vlg ilant and the transgressors of the moral code will entertain but little respect for legal mandates especially when the law In this instance Is Impossible of enforcement and may be defeated by a common 1law marriage It takes some people a long time to reallzt the truth of the adage that a man can not be made good by an act of parliament The Syracuse Catholic Suns thirtytwo page edition last week wherein the Catholic church and Socialism were dealt with from all angles will meet with commendation from those who respect relig- Ion and their country Its contents expose Socialism and will open the eyes of all thoughtful persons to ii threatening dangers The rabid Peril under the guise of loyalty and patriotism denounces not only the Catholics but all officials i from President Wilson down This filthy sheet would destroy the Government for place and power that Its deceived will never attain The miscreants who have4ieeXrI placing steel wedges between yve lifedeservet a 1 tentlary Every citizen should kssist prosecution fi Secretary of Commerce William C iRedfield declares that business conditions in America today ar better than anywhere else In th i world The Southern Baptist Educational Association sounds warning against attempts to Carnegielze their denominational colleges PARISH REPORT Sunday morning at all the massesi PatrlckWalshpastorortho teenth and Broadway read the an members r elated over the showing of the pastt year Among the improvements elejtrlctightsI church All expenses were mot tho smallbalanI yearsbligationsbligationsPICTURE EXHIBIT Tomorrow night at 8 oclock Ini WestJJroadwayand interesting entertain eat consisting of the Life of Christ In new and beautiful pic tures of which there will be 100 With the pictures there will be an explanatory lecture In addition i there lUbe Illustrated sonars n which theSt Augustine orche t1YtoIngI 81 general admission wlll W ten for adults and Star pea for children G LOVE BESIDE TIlE FIRE The pride of autumn fades away wooded vale and hill The days are growing grayer and the nights are growing chill Then hey for homo and happy ey and Joys that never tire Well face the worst that winter brings with love beside the fire Oh sweet as youth the springtime Stwas and fair were summers bowers And golly glowed the pageantry of autumns golden hours With sadness from the hills we saw their sunlit days retire But winter brings us back again to love beside the firel So bolt the dor against tho blast and hatstart the cheerful blaze And let us sit sweetheart of min and talk of olden days Of days when first you woke in me the dream of young desire When yet I hardly dared to hope for hatLove beside the fire Denis A McCarthy ID SOCIETY 8 g g Q ttlswere ington S Mrs W T Nolan who was here for a week visiting friends has r turned to her home at New Castle toInl a very delightful bridge party on Monday at her apartment In t OwenHill ceAirs Mary Martin 1114 Soutn edFirst street has as her guest her niece Miss Marlon Walton of Little Rock Ark WestwChestnut street has returned from West Point where she visited li J T Bland stHarry McCarty and wife and son isof South Louisville left Sunday for a visit with relatives and friends at Clarksvllle Tenn toMrs George Wentzell has been PortsHenryheJ H Hobbins and daughter Sarah who visited Mrs H J Sullivan South Sixth street have returned their home In Hart county Trinity Council Social Club an nounces the next of its series of dances for Thursday evening Februi housetieMrs William J Mahoney of Knoxvllle Tenn arrived this week be the guest of her sister Sirs J G McLeary in Crescent Hill Mrs Harry C Montgomery and niece Miss Jean Burke of Jefferson ville are in New Orleans to siend several weeks with relatives James E Fahey clerk In Judge Lincolns court is smiling over the advent ot a sturdy young Democrat who arrived at his home last Monday evening Airs E Hauck announces the en gagement of her daughter Miss LanghartplaceInMrs Mary Thixton announces the engagement of her daughter Mies Elizabeth Lynn Thlxton to WUHnm J Merten The wedding will take place In February- s Phil Kelly who has been spending a month visiting relatives in Little Rock Texas and Louisiana returned last week and is again on duty with the L and N railroad Miss Mary Ellen Furey of 613 1Zana street left Sunday evening for a two months visit to Atlanta where she will be the guest of her aunt Mrs H B Pierce A society event of the coming week will be the marriage of Miss SchultQnIcbJ Wednestv chore f I Miss Marie 0Brlen entertained SaturdayInCormlck and Mrs John Bennon of Chicago Covers were laid for ten and the favors consisted of bouquet Therparty at Macauleys Mrs Phil Bush entertained a thea ter party in honor of Mrs Will Han non of South Sixth street who ha gone to Lexington to reside The guests were Messrs M J Duffy Joe H robe H L Schaefer John J Meagher John Duffy Will Harnon Fred Herman Misses Elizabeth j OBryan sad Louise Meagher of St Louis j Miss Helen Brands and Joseph S Bowling were united in marriage Wednesday morning at St James church Rev Father Wjllett cele i brated the nuptial mass and also performed the ceremony which was witnessed by many friends of the I bride and groom Mrs Bernard Brands was the matron of honor and Messrs Paul Bowling and Walter Plleon were the groomsmen The many friends of Mrs Patrick Welsh the amiable wife of the Stato President of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will be gratified to learn that her condition has dm proved and hopes are entertained for her speedy recovery from the attack of inflammatory rheumatism hat has confined her to her home threemonthsA delightful surprise party was rwLMiss Annabel Cox Friday even a Among those present were Misses Edna Drane Row OConnor 8t Camille Detert Mareella WinD Freda Weitell Mary Wahl Luella at 1 I e ONE DOLLAR month keeps oaYou on the payroll in event of disability caused by sick nags or accident Can you afford to be without this pro stection Kibby Annabel Cox Jennie McAvoy Margaret Condron Odle Dick Nellie Fay Margaret Lee Elizabeth Butler tllary Flsher Marie Cox Messrs A S Todd Earl Downs Harry Kibby Henry Bostic Ed Putoff Everett Thompson Frank Detert Den Mor ton Edward Deniston John OCon nor O Regel Edward Hlkel Dennis Lannahan Edward Beck Ed Toole Michael Sullivan F Schotte A PROTEST 7Editor Kentucky Irish America- e There appeared in your last issue a copy of a vile poem taken from the columns of the Mountain Advocate published at Barbourville Ky which contained the basest and most Infamous slanders against the fair names of our priests and nuns that Is possible to conceive rather I should say the foulest fiend sunk in the depths of hell Itself could nut vomit forth anything as foul Those vile ana hideous charges should be flung Jxick in this creatures face by everM cathqllc man in Kentucky who beUevesJn honoring the chastity of their women and the upright lives of heir priests and an explanation d c manded by every honorable man or woman of this community The teemen who rode with Morgan Albo Sydney Johnson and Brecklnrid gel or those who followed Grant Sherman or Rosseau besides others in IfleOHara whose glorious patriotic words are the epitaph over many sol dlers graves should demand a re traction of these vile and Infamous charges This detractor should know that in those nunneries are our daughters sisters and dearest lkin dred who for more than a hundred years have been instructing both nr10 have been an honor to Kentucky and our beloved Southland Further more this slanderer should know that Catholic Kcntucklans pay their pro rata of taxes to support the schools In which in all probability he rs ceived his miseducatlon and that aa citizens we are entitled to rights and tthat like our ancestors are real lv to defend them Peter J Dowling Louisville Ky URGE CONTRIBUTIONS At the meeting of Division 4 A 0V toH Monday evening John E Browne addressed the meeting on behalf of contributions to the Irish party in its final struggle for the home rule bill the speaker stating that any of the members or their friends who wished to contribute to the cause could deposit same with him President John H Hennossy urged the committees having the IIn- vestigation of applicants to report at the next meeting as an initiation In the near future Is contemplated John E McCoy and Owen Devaney were elected to membership and the latter being present was obligated Charles McCaf frey i was reported Iill and Michael Doyle of the Visiting Committee was reported as unable to attend to his duties on account of soreness in his pedal extremities THREE DAYS BAZAR Very elaborate preliminary preparations are being made for a three days bazar to be given on the evenings of February 17 18 and 19 in the large school building connected t with St Frances of Rome church Payne and Cavewood in Clifton While Its projectors are not hoping to have the bazar surpass in size any that has been given during the past years they are am bilious to have It altogether worthy of public patronage and the cooperation and support of the friends of St Frances of Rome church Hun dreds of enthusiastic workers o energytogointog congregation and friends of Father Thomas White are promising a num ber of surprises somewhat out of the ordinary and the general public ape confidently and cordially Invited to attend each of the three evenings Cl1ftnight n l ight and Thursday Everybodys n ght There will be a most palatable and satisfactory supper a a small price on each evening and everybody IB expected to eat as much as he wants and more Next week the prQgramme and committees wit1 I be announced ST PATRICKS DAY The County Board A O H has engaged Macauleys Theater for Sun day March 16 for the annual St Patricks day celebration and has secured Lieut Gov Edward J Mc Dermott for an address on that even i ing In addition a vocal and instru mental programme is being arranged consisting of old and popular orchestraTheW J Connelly Thomas Keenan MaloneyJohnand Thomas Walsh The members securingLteutworking hard to make this celebration the most notable in the history of the order + HAPPY DADDY Tom Fllburn the genial furniture missedforbecause he was entertaining a hand some little baby girl that arrived at his home Wednesday morning Tom has been receiving theglad hand and doing the honors among his host of friendsIWASHINGTONIAN EUCHRE j The St QPatricksWashlngtpnian euchre and lotto on Monday evening February 16 In one Patrick Hall Thirteenth and Market streets the es to begin 8 oclock sharp l TRANSYLVANIA EN Canada Ben L Bruner President Sixth Floor Paul Jones Building BEN J SAND Government Labor Inspector ENJOYED CANTATA Tho production of Gilbert and Sullivans cantata Trial by Jury It- on Wednesday evening last by the pupils of Miss Elizabeth Chase and a few of her friends at the Knigh of Columbus hall was pronounced rtall those who had the good fortune to witness and hear it to be one J the best rendered musical affairs recent years It was given for t entertainment of the members of t organization and their families and friends The Entertainment Cow mlttee of the council Is to be con gratulated upon having arranged It The principals without exception sang their parts beautifully and tooj much can not be said in their fav and the excellent training they r ceived from Miss Chase The char is also deserving of compliment and their work was much appreciated and generously applauded Preced- Ing the cantata there were severalI solos rendered by some of Louis villes best talent and also several1 Very Interesting monologues HIBERNIAN SOCIAL DANCEl The Emerald Hibernian Social Club will give the next of their series of dances at Utopian Hall next Wednesday evening February 4 8 to 12 occlock The Reception Committee will be James McTlghe L J Meany Thomas Farrell anilN Patrick Connelly RECENT DEATIIS The Angel of Death last Friday visited the home ot Joseph E a Ida Blanche Conkling 1042 South Fifth street taking from them their Infant son Upon all sides the sad news was received with expressio of deep sorrow and sympathy fort bereaved parents The funeral of Miss Matilda Bur daughter of Mrs Helen Burg 967 South Jackson street was held Wednesday morning from St Mary Magdalen church For some time she had been a sufferer from a com placation of diseases and the end was not unexpected Besides h aged mother she leaves one broth and five sisters Mrs Margaret Corcoran wife Patrick Corcoran 1618 Bank street died Saturday morning from dsis She was sixtythree years of a devout member of St Patricks parish and was held In high esteem as a neighbor and friend who w ever ready to help those who needed assistance Besides her husband she leaves two sons William and Martin Corcoran The funeral wa held from St Patricks church Monday morning fAlong and useful life ended wit Bhaughueaegyears ago vllle in his youth being active as volunteer fireman and machlnls- f For a long time before retiring from lifes activities he conducted n suc cessful grocery business Surviving him are two daughters Mrs T A iI Murray and an- l two sons W A and A V Shaugh Tuess day morning from St Columba- t church Rev Father Kallaher con ducting the solemn obsequies EUCHRE AND LOTTO i II A euchre and lotto party that promises much pleasure will be givenI at St Charles Hall Twentyseventh I and Chestnut streets Monday after noon and evening to which the pub Tic Is invited Games will be calla at 216 and 8 oclock and fine prizes will be given GUEST OP HONOR The annual banquet of Capital Council Y M L of Indianapolis will take place at the Severin Hotel I on February 12 to which the Right Rev Dennis ODonaghue Bishop of Louisville has been invited as guest of honor Rev John OConnell former pastor of St Augustines Mtransferreddianapolis will deliver the principal address GOOD WRESTLING CARD The wrestling devotees of Louis ville and the Falls Cities are prom ised their first view of some of the countrys leading stars In the wrestling game when Charles Cutler the most prominent aspirant for the worlds title will meet Mamutoff the 320 pound Russian grappler at the Armory next Monday eVening this being one of tho elimination matches to decide the most logical St contender for the title now held by gnn Frank Gotch In addition to this important match another good card the programme will bo the meet her at two other leading wrestlers Zbyszko and Frlborg Tickets arc sale at Sutcllffes Seelbacha Watterson Fontana Broe Delmar Cafe Boston care Firth Avenue ud Hotel sad HumJer k Nobtai G CASUALTY INSURANCE GenISupt 1IrsTMurphy Grand Euchre and Lotto FOR THE BENEFIT OF St Aloysius Church f Pewee Valleyf Ky AT TRINITY Y M I HALL BAXTER AND MORTON WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON AND NIGHT FEB dr 14 GAMES CALLED AT 2 AND 8 OCLOCK and valuable wilt be luekqadmissionTICKETS lOc GAMES 15cH Uffifflfi OF COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere Chicago and Cook county have over 28000 members CltybyreceptionobeingohJeA class of thirtyfive or more will receive the first degree on February 22 at Trinidad Col Nearly one hundred young men were given the three degrees at the Initiation at Dubuque thcrst e llBnot less than 100000 Mobile Knights had a jubilee the 18th when the Chicago degree team initiated thirtyfive into the order Milwaukee will confer the fourth on 260 February 22 and entertain 600 at a banquet on the day follow ingUnder the auspices of the Knights I the Rev B L Conway the notedJ New York Paullst missionary w l deliver a series of public lectures Evansvllle Exemplifications of the fourth degree are announced for Washington s birthday at Watertown and Albany Y Austin Texas Muskogee Okla St Joseph Kansas City St Louis Chicago and Milwaukee AWFUL DEATH numbernil of years employed by the Louisville Gas and Electric Company m with a sudden and shocking des streethe8ae killed by an electric wire B standers who saw him fall rushed thgy reached him life was extinct He was twentysix years old and r sider with his wife at 617 South Eighteenth street The funeral ws held Monday morning from t Sacred Heart church Rev Father er Walsh officiating at the requfe teellnesermon on the uncertainty of Ufo ofbIACSUL COMPANY Preeslndg ment at Nineteenth and Portland avenue with all of the latest ma prelfr line on the shortest possible notice with prompt delivery throughout th city Charles F McDevitt and Jobs n L Sullivan are the business heads of the Macsul Company and have already received much encouragemen friendhs acquaiptancesY JAMES P LANGAN dietLangan at Corbin on Saturday morn Ing Mr Langan was born in LOuis ville He had made his home tin yeardago Ala at which place he lived up to hfsago s I flitted with dropsy He is survivedI by one brother John J Langan an engineer on the C V division o r the Loutsvlllo Nashvlile railroad I and numerous relatives in Louisville FORTY HOURS PRAYER The Forty Hours devotions willIl StIthe high mass tomorrow morning and continuing until Tuesday These beautifully impressive services will be directed by the Rev Fathe- Ohle the pastor who will bo assisted by a number of clergy from other churches APPOINTS CONNOLLY is Speaker Clark of the House of Representatives has announced the appointment of Representative aurice Connolly of Iowa as a of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institute at Wash ington Congressman Connolly takes the place made vacant by the death of Representative Irvin S Pepper of Iowa Hon Edward White Chief Justice of the United States 1s Chancellor of the Institution FUNERALS TINS MORNING The funeral of Mrs Mary Corrl gan wlfo of the late Thomas CorrI gari will be held this morning from Philip Nerl church Mrs Corn li who suffered a lingering Illness was flftynlno years of ago and had spent her life in this city Surviving are several children This morning the last services over the remains of Roger OToole will be held at the Church of Our Lady He was eightyfive years old was well known and held In high eitecm by all who knew him n a F co GAYETY THEATER On Week Commencing1 Bandar Matins SUPERB PRODUCTION THE SPENDTHRIFTPRESENTED CAST OF UNUSUAL EXCELLENCE dellghtfl1landabsorbingandexcellentmedicinePBICEg Sunday Matinee lOc 26c SEo Saturday Nights10c NATIand WalnutL IIREAL VAUDEVILLE MUSICAL COMEDY FOUR MARX BROTHERS In productlonthatineludeaslateenjuve silt singers dancers and comedians MR GREENS RECEPTION A musical review that allows for much featurel5OTHER STAR ACTSS Mntince All Seats lOo Hifilit lOo sad 20c WANTED Employment by a Catholic young man Any kindof laboring work Call City 2839t aeWANTEDPosition as Representative or Collector for Catholic publica KyeISP 1 CViglini at Com FifthgFFire and Tornado IInsurance LOSSES PROMPTLY ADJUSTED 5200Camb Mtt Stt Agnes Sanitarium ROADeA most desirable place for rest fresh air and care for all sorts of nervous and mUd mental trouble CHARGEsHome Phone Highland 27 TURECJL 0 Incorporated N N Cor Third and GreeD Stile 9We furnish the home com plete os easy payments IWAt CALLAdHAN Mir SUM Dmt- n rFOIt WOMANS EYE The wide and picturesque hat is making its appearance felt Soutache threatens to be more popular than ever on the new spring suits IVest fronts on the sheerest of blouses continue to strike the mss culine note importationsrshow the three piece suit style tor the exclusion of most others Strange but true the oldf shftoiled bustle somewhat modulated gaining a bit of n foothold Advance fashions for spring show the three piece suit more marked than during the taU and winter Short sleeves now generally stop below the elbow Few of them are above unless on evening gowns There is no indication that the lohg kleeve is going out In fact more long than short ones are to be seenThe tendency toward taffeta for ii house and evening dresses cbnv tlnues the only difference being the corded weave Spanish turbans of taffeta and moire silk with cunning wings poIsed coquettishfy at each side are shown In varied colors On underwear there is a marked nomination for lace to succeed em broidery This tendency which was noticeable last taU has become an established fact- FATHER CATJLEY The Rev Joseph M Cauley liaa been appointed head of the City Planning Commission of Kris for Tw term of live peon o 1 f vv v V 1 1 J KENTU KY 3LRISH A71IERIOAN t tj GRAN W SMITHS SON t AL S SMITH PROP Funeral Director and Embalmer BOTH PHONES 810 r 809 WEST JEFFERSON t-eiff I 1o11 + 1z11 + 10 z+ I t I J t Ho++ lo + JoJi J Ht THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer 1221 WEST MARKET STREET TELEPHONE CITY 365 IIjmrNEBARR CUMBERLAND SONS MAIN 3071y I IDIRECTORSI J H r r DOUGHERTY McElLIOlT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH PHONESC- umb Main 2906 qIIomoCity 2008 OLD FORTUNArBOURBUN THE PHIL HOLLENBACH COINOORPOHATKD DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS to PINE WINKS AL OHA1oIPAGNESii 323 West Green Street LIQUORS CIGAHS + 1 t 11 oJuIHz 11 lt 2 t t I J J t t 11 II I t 11 J I S J 111111 J I I III 1 I I 1 DR Je Te CHAWK iii Veterinary Infirmary 713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET TiletfcHMCmri S 299a Hem City 2399 t BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKE1 NAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE McKenna Distiller Fairfield Tiy IIB W Alt the late tad ssw Styles and Shapes caa be found here at reasonable prices Call and see ns HERRMANN BROS ZUFOKIZM FINE WINES AND LIQUORS L Distillers aid WHlale Deal en to Placet 14sulldr ef Ken twky Whiskies jHdalJy r Pearl of Nelson gOTiMD IM BOND telex 1141- U I4ltXyM BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses Heleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both PkJttM 223 live year yya eMIea that Win ysefsre m tog Jill ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 118 W MselweyLO trrtMe Z- 7o ta ly tII Xavtfu tlsraUmUlo tad iai 7 Larlfe M SeaR James Dir Li i APPROVEDI I I Religious Training For SchoolI Pupils of Greater New York I I Catholic Teachers Plan to InI I ClthII FnlthII ThousnnITeaehb ers Will Engage in Work HAS BACKING OF THE CARDINAL A movement to secure religious Instruction for public school children has been started by New York teach ers who are Catholics says the Suu The Instruction will take place after school hours and will be confined to children of Catholic parents The movement has the approval of Thomas W Churchill President of tho Board of Education and Dr William H Maxwell Superintendent of Schools and the enthusiastic back Ing of Cardinal Farley More than 1000 teachers who are Catholics are in the organization which is a branch of the United Catholic Works and Is known us Chapter Theta Phi Alpha Miss Katherine A McCnnn prin cipal of Public School 17 President of the chapter has assured Dr Max well that there la to be no proselyt ing and that the organization will confine its efforts to finding out what pupils of Catholic families do not attend Sundayschool Such Catholic children as are found to be nonattendants will be Invited to attend a class one day a week In the hall of the parish church nearest the school to which the pupil goes Dr Maxwell said that when Miss McCann accompanied by Miss Mar garet F OConnell principal of Pub lic School 31 and John Whalen one of the School Commissioners called on him recently to explain the plan he had told her that no official sanction from him was necessary since the work was to be under taken entirely out of school hours Dr Maxwell added that he thought the plan was excellent So far as he knew no similar work has yet been undertaken by Protestant or Jewish teachers or organizations Cardinal Farley told the teachers at the first meeting of the new or ganizatlon that they were working to fulfill his prayer for years You are not at liberty he said to give toyour pupils religious in struction during school hours Hence the poor children are treatedasthrough there was no such thing as eternity There is no morality taught In the public schools and no religion Hence 800000 children are left without a suggestion of religion except what they get by accident ilsgr Lavelle said the movement would not stop until every Catholic teacher In the public schools was en rolled and every Catholic child was under religious instruction President Churchill said he be lieved the movement might accomplish good providing those in charge of It were careful to avoid the charge of bringing religion Into the public schools There certainly can be no objection he said to Cath olic teachers giving religious instruction outside of school hours to Catholic pupils whose parents are willing President Churchill said he understod that the problem of giving religious Instruction in the schools had been solved in part of Canada by having distinct Catholic and Prot estant schools- UNIONISTS AGAINST EXCLUSION In London it Is said serious attention la given In the more thoughtful section of the Liberal party to a suggestion made by Thomas Lough an ardent home ruler who went early this month to Ulster as the representative of a dozen or more members of the Commons of kindred sympathies seeking a settlement by consent Lough found that many of the Ulster Unionists who signed the Carson covenant are strongly opposed to any plan excluding them from tho new home rule scheme and that they would be willing to give more favorable consideration to Redmonds programme It for the first say twenty years of the Irish Parliament the representation of the Unionist minority should have a deflite proportion in both Houses If for Instance the Irish Commons membership Is to be 164 the Unionist minority would be satisfied with seventy seats SHEVMN KNIGHTED James Shevlin a leader In Brook lyn has been made a Knight of St Gregory by Pope Plus X because of his contributions to Catholic char ities This Papal honor Is one of the highest that may be conferred upon a Roman Catholic layman and only two other residents of Brooklyn have been so honored The others were Edward Feeney President of tho American Federation of Catholic Societies and Thomas W Hines President of Particular Council of Brooklyn of the St Vincent De Paul Society HEAITHY SLEEP Sleeping on the side and a little to ward the front of the body Is helpful and restful and the limbs should be relaxed and bent just enough at hip and knee to be comfortable It Is a mistake to sleep all huddled up with knees drawn toward tho abdomen and chin sunk down into the chest It 1 is wisest also to cultivate the habit of sleeping on the right side turning over on to the left side only occasionally for short interval when restless and wakeful When the body lion the right side the heart has more freedom of action and the cir culation Is better and the body builds up strength and vitality during sleep as It should ACADEMY READINGS notedII a series of readings Tuesday afternoon at the Presentation Academy for theI pupils of that excellent educationalI Institution ORPHAN EUCHRE The Sewing Society of St Josephs Orphanage will give a euchre party at St Marys Hall Eighth and Grayson next Thursday All friends of the orphans are invited and prom ised a pleasant time JOSIE GALLERY DEAD Miss Josle Gallery twentyfive years of age died at the resident of her parents Mr and Mrs Cor nelius Gallery 950 South Sixth street after a long illness The funeral was held Monday morning from St Louis Bertrand church Miss Gallery was a young lady who pos sessed admirable traits of character and her death Is mourned by a wide circle of friends DECIDE TO PURCHASE Atan enthusiastic special meeting of Division 3 A O H it was de cided to purchase a site for the new Hibernian buildings and before the meeting adjourned many liberal sub scriptions were pledged Further reports will be made Monday night when the deal for the property will be ratified SOCIAL CLUB DANCES The Young Mens Social Club one of our prominent local Catholic or ganizations will give another of their enjoyable series of dances at Utopian Hall next Thursday evening and the Increasing attendance at these affairs Is justly a tribute to the growing popularity of these young men COMPLETE REPORT The Kentucky Irish American Is in receipt of a copy of the annual report of the State Railroad Commission which contains much valuable and in teresting information pertaining to the different railroad systems oper ating in Kentucky covering the amount of operating mileage taxable property of each road In each sep arate county number of people killed or injured etc The book was compiled and edited by our local W J J Preuss who is Rate Clerk to the commission BENEFIT OF ST ANNS A euchro and lotto will be given for tho benefit of St Anns church at tile school hall Seventh and Da vless avenue Wednesday afternoon and evening February 11 the after noon games to be called at 230 oclock and the evening games at 8 oclock The Sixth street cars run right to the door of the hall BARS CHAPEL The War Department has refused permission to the Catholic church to construct a chapel on the military reservation on Governors Island New York Judge Advocate General Crowder held that the law authoriz ing the construction of Young Mens Christian Association buildings on military reservations did not grant authority for the erection of de nominational places of worship DIES AT EL PASO Patrick H Clarke Judge of the Special District Court and one of the first delegates of the Irish National Land League to the United States in the eighties died Saturday at El Paso Texas He was an associate of John Boyle OReilly T P OCon norlIL P and Michael Davltt M P He was eighty years old EMPEROR AVILLIAM DONATES Emperor William of Germany has just donated tho sum of 2000 to the building fund of a church which is to be erected in Brussels Belgium for the special use of the German Catholics residing In that city AVHERK WOLFE TONE SLEEPS The Irish Local Government Board has Issued an order closing Bodenstown churchyard County Kil dare the burial place of Theobald Wolfe Tone from April 1 1914 PORTRAIT OF CARDINAL A life size portrait of Cardinal Gibbons has just been completed by Miss Anna K Shea an Ohio artist It will be presented to the Catholic University at Washington by the Cardinals friends The portrait pltbws the Cardinal in his brilliant scarlet vestments and is regarded as a faithful likeness COULD DRILL Fro mthe Emerald Isle he was looking for work and so took his stand in a group at the gate of a large engineering establishment By and by the foreman appeared Are there any drillers here he askedYes answered Pat stepping forwardHe the Job at once but had not been working long at a machine when it broke down Where man did you learn drilling demanded tho foreman In anything but a pleasant mood In the militia was the reply WANTS GOOD WORKS A priest was hurrying to catch the Dublin express but on the way met J the Bishop who learning what the former was hurrying for pulled out his watch and said Well we have seven minutes yet let us both walk together end catch Jt They arrived at the station in time to see the departing buffers IDo you know I had the greatest hopAV1 faith without rood wot n d CHAPLAINS Influence of Those Vho Came I ItoAmerica With French Fleett With Washington in the Critical Days of Struggle For Independence Volunteered For American Mis slon When the Revolution Ended CULTURED AND EDUCATED MEN The reference in our chronology under date of February 4 to the death of the Capuchin chaplain Father Oneslme in the wreck of the unfortunate La Bourgogne of De Grassos fleet prompts inquiry as to the number and services of the Catholic chaplains In the four French fleets that came with such timely aid to Washington in the last critical days of the struggle for in dependenceAs army and navy were composed largely of Catholics It was to be expected that the troops and ships were well supplied with Catholics chaplains and we find the four fleets carried about ninety Catholic priests twenty of whom like Father Oneslme were sons of St Francis in the Capuchin order and of these twenty four lost their lives in the war After a series of disheartening events when Washington almost de spaired of success and said If we have not money and soldiers from France our cause Is lost an alliance was concluded between Catholic France and the free Protestant Colonies as some of the fanatics of that day were wont to designate the young and struggling Union This event was as important for the church as it was for the Colonies Such opprobrious terms as Popish and Romish became unfashionable and the general attitude of the political leaders of the day toward the church took on a decided change which even the numbers of Catholic officers and men in the Revolution ary ranks had failed to effect Congress found it convenient to assist at solemn thanksgiving masses and Te Deums In deference to the example of French Spanish and other Catholic diplomats just as President Wilson did recently rather than offend their religious susceptibilities In all of this the influence of Catholic France and the Catholic chaplains bore no small part The latter were found to be cultured and educated men some of them of noble blood all of them men of courage and devoted to the callingFromof the Capuchins in America by the late Rev Otto Jeron O M Cap we learn that the following Capuchin chaplains were attached to the ships of the four fleets Fleet of Count De Grasse Father Firmin on La Ville de Paris Father Movln on LAlgrette Father Remy who died August 25 1779 on Le Diademe Father Oneslme who as stated was lost In tho wreck of La Bourgogne Father Zephyrln on Le Glorleux who was made a pris oner when the ship was captured by the British April 12 1782 Father Dorothe on LAuguste Father Bernardin do Villar on LHector Father Frederic do Bourges and Father Barnabe who died July 9 1781 on Le Sagittalre DupontReflechie Fathers DIeudonne and Damase on Le Citoyen Father Marc on Le Vaillant Fleet of Count dEstalng Fathers Casimir Durandcau and Bourdy on Le Magnlflque Father Nicholas who died on board Le Fendant February 2 1781Fleet of Count de Ternay Fathers Maurice and Frederic on Le Jason which brought Rocham beaus army to Rhode Island and afterward was attached to De Grasses fleet Not a few of these chaplains see ing the scarcity of priests volunteered for the American mission after the close of the war Father Charles Whelan who was present at the surrender of Cornwallis re signed his chaplaincy to organize old St Peters church New York and was the first regularly settled priest in that city Fathor Nugent was also attached to St Peters and Father du Rosey did missionary work in New England and later in Maryland Fathers Flynn and Helbron were other Capuchins who labored here as secular priests GROWTH OF CHURCH The English Catholic Directory for 1914 credits England and Wales with a Catholic population of 2100000 an Increase of 300000 over the former estimate The grand total of Catholics in the empire is estimated at nearly thirteen and a half millions Commenting on this the London Universe says However much the churchs en emies in Great Britain may rail against 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Invitations r a Specialty HOME PHONE 946 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 819 VEST GREEN 9TRIET Notice to Taxpayers The County Board of Tax Supervisors will meet in the office of the County Assessor daily between the hours of 110 oclocka m and 1 12oclock noon for a period of thirty days to equalize the assessment of property for State andcounty taxes for the year 1914 I f In the abence of the Board complaints may be lodged with the Secretary of the Board in the office of the County Assessor between the hours of 8a m and 5p m The Board will adjourn Saturday February 7 11914J PC WELSH ALLEN E SMITH Secretary ChairmanIJ il HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Pa+ t WeekCeneral- News Notes Hibernians everywhere prohibit the tango and like dances Macauleys Theater has been engaged l for our St Patricks day celeI brationDivision TresYof r Il dent county Division 2 invites all Hibernians tits o meeting next Thursday night IIn the hall at Thirteenth and Oak All committees have been appointed 1 and are now preparing to the observance of St Patricks day Division 1 meets Tuesday nigh- President Tarpy makes a special re qucst to all members to be presentl Sioux City Hibernians are holding a series of extra meetings 1In preparation for their St Patrick day celebration National President Regan has bee accompanying State President Doyl- to i a number of installations and meetings In Minnesota Division 3 meets Monday night Every member has been notifie- and Is expected to attend and become a worker in the home project Judge James Deery County President expects that the coming St Patricks day celebration 1In Indianapolis will be a record breakerThrough protests from the Hiber mans the box office receipts were reduced to a minimum when Mc Faddens Flats appeared in Du kirk N Y- Division 2 of Manchester Nr i H Initiated seven and received five candidates last week after which two teams were chosen for a mem bership contest Omaha Hibernians will hold their St Patricks day celebration fin Crolghton Auditorium Hon Edward Whelan of ONeill will de liver the address Division 2 looks for a big turnout at its euchre lotto and dance a Thirtenth and Oak on February 11 The exhibition of Irish dancing willi be well worth witnessing Ladles Auxiliary 90f Indian apolis celebrated its fourth anniversary with a banquet at which were present the State and county officers and 500 members From our exchanges come ac counts of lively doings everywhere Installations have been well at tended new members gained and tho banquets and social features are more numerous than ever before Tomorrow morning St Bridget day the 1230 members of th Ladles Auxiliary In Indianapolis will honor their patroness by at tending St Johns church and receiving holy communion in a body The Ladles Auxiliary meets Wednesday night Much interest at LiteraryCommltteefagreeable surprise This division of the order Is making remarkable e prorgess Tho Ladles Auxiliary of Port land Ore will attend mass tomor row morning at St Patricks church in honor of their patron In the evening they will have a ban quet for members of the order andI their friends In the Multnomah HotelThere Is no longer doubt about the Hibernian home for Division 3 Now let the members of the order render every assistance possible for the erection of the building It 1 isI expected that the deal for the groundI will be closed before their secondl meeting this month There will be something doing at the meeting of Division 2 next Thursday night County President Will Connolly will Install the officers after which there will be ad dresses and a good time Besides theI annual reports the special committeeI will present their programme for theI euchre lotto and dance UKAXDS BOWLING The marriage of Miss Helen Brands to Joseph S Bowling of this city was solemnized Wednesday morning at St James church In tho Highlands the Rev Father Wlllett being the officiating clergyman Mrs Bernard Brands was the matron of honor and Paul Bowling and Walter Pllsen the ushers The bride wore an Ivory crepe meteor gown long court train The bodice withII tunic were of real lace pearls She carried a prayer book with a shower bouquet of lilies of the valley Her veil was of tulle and was worn with a cap ol pearls The matron of honor wore a yellow crepe meteor gown Tho bodice and tunic were of chiffon and gold lace She carried an arm bouquet of yellow rosebuds The musical Programme- was rendered by Mrs Dave Maloney and Miss Nellie Hannan Imme diately after the ceremony breakfast was served at the home of the bride on Maryland avenue after which the young couple left for the East on their honeymoon GAYETY THEATER fortheSpendthriftmake the home of her busy husband as attractive as possible far exceeds forcinghimchange brought about by a mistake In Judgment when she borrows money to help him It makes of her the right sort of a helpmate and wife Is the story told by a cast of unusual excellence ANOTHER PAGEANT An energetic committee has been planeforfinefI Irish historic pageant produced spring In Now York This pageants but one of the series prepared by I the author Anna Ttoroop Craig for the special purpose of bringing be tore the Irish In America and the 11Fb AtaertaHi public In general the treat ttm of literature and arts which are the heritage of the Irian Datlona I o SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O I3 I DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays President Thomas Tarpy Vlco President Henry McDer motto Recording Secretary Walter Cusick financial Secretary Joseph Far reUTleasurcrThomas i Keenan Sr i SergeantatArms Tim Lyons lDIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Wlll lams Hall Thirteenth and Oak President C J Ford 1Vlco President J J Sullivan IrRecording Secretary John T KeaaeyTreasurerJames Welsh Cunnintg ham SentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland nPrealdentJohn M Maloney Vice President Matt J Recording Secretary OBrienIp1 Price dFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes slon Jr- TreasurerD J Dougherty Sergeant at Arms Martin J Kallaher I Sentinel Thomas Noon DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President JohnH Hennessy LynchnRecording Secretary John J Barryr SecretaryThomas LanganTreasurerPatrick Connelly SergeantatArmsThomas Far rell Sentinel M J McDermott V ACCii I MACION COUNCIL 205 Clutb House 344 North Twentysixth presidentGeorge J Thornton First Vlco President John Ken ney Second Vice President FredI SchulerRecording Secretary John BarryFinancial SecretarYWill Cassin TreasurerSebastian Hubbuch MarshalJoe Keane Inside SentinelWilliam Schott Outside Sentinel F E Gratzer Executive Committee Fran Adams Charles Raldy Willia Links AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY Timely Record of Some Memorable Events in the Catholic His tory ef America t By James A Rooney February 1 1880 The Right Rev Martin Marty Abbot of St Mein fads Benedictine Abbey conse crated Bishop of Tiberias by the Right Rev Francis Silas Chatard and appointed VicarApostolic of Dakota first Bishop of Sioux Falls 1889 transferred to St Cloud Minn 1894 where he die September 19 1896 February 2 1801 The Right Rev Louis Amadeus Rappe first Bishop of Cleveland born at Andrehem Franco consecrate- October 10 1847 his first Cathedral was St Marys on the flats the only church In Cleve land In 1847 built presen Cathedral In 1852 resigned fin 1870 to do missionary work In th diocese of Burlington where he died September 8 1877 February 3 1807 The Right Rev Edward Fitzgerald C M pastor of St Patricks church Columbus Ohio consecrated second Bishop of Little Rock Ark bprn in Limerick Ireland 1833 ordained by Archbishop Purcell In 1850 1dedlcated first church in ATkan sas for colored Catholics at Pine Bluff Way 27 1894 died at Hot Springs February 21 1907 February 4 1783Death of the Cupuchln Father Oneslme chap lain of tho unfortunate ship La Bourgogne of Count de Grasses fleet when that vessel was shipwrecked while coining with the French fleet to the assistance of tho American cause February 5 1827 The Right Rev Sylvester Horton Hosecrans first Bishop of Columbus Ohio born at Homer Ohio convert and alum nus of Fordham where he gradu ated in 1846 ordained at the Propaganda in Rome 1852 con secrated Auxiliary of Cincinnati in 1862 transferred as first Bishop j of Columbus March 3 1868 died Otcober 21 1878 February 6 1825Death at his res idence 512 Broadway of the Right Rev John Connolly dis 1 tinguished Dominican and second t iBlshop of New York born at Slane County Meath Ireland in 1750 consecrated at Rome No vember 6 1814 reached New York November 24 1815 ono hundred years ago next year diocese then Included all New 2 York and Now Jersey February 7 1859Death In his sev entyfourth year while American I ConsulGeneral at Paris of Rob ert Walsh catholic publicist and diplomat born at Baltimore in 1785 member of first class of Georgetown where he graduated in 1801 founded the American Review the first American quarterly publication and the National Gazette in Philadelphia HONORED THEIR CHAPLAIN About two hundred and twenty five members of the Lieutenants As sociation of the police department of New York City attended Jiigh mass Inabodr at the Church of St Aloyalue of which their chaplain Francis tT Sullivan has lately b eenaippolatajd pastor Their attend wHa token ot their love fc Jor him hl IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled Prom Exchanges Whilst at devotions In the Cath olio church at Duncannon Capt Patrick Stafford died suddenly Tho farm of the late T F PH auctionrin the Court House at Ardee for 20600Tho SlIgo Corporation recently decided to call a meeting for tho purpose of forming a volunteer corps for tho town James OBrien a native of Clon mel missing from his home since December 6 has been found drowned In the Suir near Kllshee Ian The death of John W Salter of Rathrilly Vice Chairman of Baltin glass Guardians has occasioned much regret He was very popular In tho district By order of the Local Govern ment Board the graveyard at Dur row which is over 1500 years old has been closed owing to Its over crowded condition Very considerable Improvements are about being carried out to the Kllnan Catholic church between Ballleboro and Shercock at a cost of almost 10000 At the last meeting of the Castle comer Board of Guardians the mas ter Thomas Brennan handed in his resignation of tho position and same was accepted The opportunity that Ireland has awaited for a century is not slow to be availed of by Ennlscorthy and the ranks of the Irish Volunteers are steadily swelling oPerativaJover twenty years was seized for debt by Denis Kerigan Subsheriff who sold It by auction Thomas Walsh County Surveyor of Queens county tendered his resignation of that post to the Queens County Council The counclj accepted the resignation with regret J Ledwith presided at a largely attended meeting In Granard Town Hall when a motion to form a corps of the Irish National Volunteers was passed and over 100 names were handed in for membership CountyRCarthy presiding passed a resolu flea of sympathy with the relatives of the late Very Rev John Cullen and adjourned the meeting as a mark of respect priesthoodkconventmchapel at Ballaghadereen of Rev D Casey son of John Casey of Ballaghadereen The ceremony was performed by Most Rev Dr Mor rlsroe Bishop of Achonry The death occurred at his resl dence at Plassy near Limerick of J Finucane who was brother of the late Commissioner FJnucane of the Irish Eand ComniissIonTnnd James Finucane of Cahcrconllsh He was widely known and re spectedPatrick Tuohy a farmer of Portumna died suddenly at hta residence Ho was evicted twenty five years ago on the Clanrlcardo estate under the plan of campaign and two years ago the Estates Com thedTho people of Maynooth have presented an illuminated address to Rev Father McDonnell on his de staydof nine years during which ho endeared himself to the parishioners by his active Interest In all that welfaretThe death took place at Glentles monthseago was appointed Deputy Lieuten ant for County Donegal He was a brother of the late Most Rev Dr McDevitt Bishop of Raphoe and was a former member of the Done gal County Council and Chairman of the Glentles Guardians MAGKIX COUNCIL Mackin Councils regular meeting Monday night was presided over by George Thornton who was pleased with the attendance Three applica tions were received and two new members elected which makes al must certain that Mackin will have thirtyfive In the class for the joint initiation In New Albany on Febru ary 8 President Thornton an nounced that special meetings would be held in order to prepare candl dates and have everything in readi ness for the occasion Seb Dltt meler who has been on the sick list for some time was reported Improv ing A committee to provide entertainment at the meetings was ap pointed and the quetslon of organizing a baseball team was discussed All who took the floor favoring the project It Is believed that from the- 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