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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r IL I AfIJOli I IIcREAGEFrfdc s I VOLUME XXXII ND 7 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY FEBRUARY 14 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS 1 lLEGISLATUREIt 4 I Idling Time Away With Sense icss Probes nn4 Foot Pro hibition Bills Backwoods Statesmen Bent on Reform For the Wicked pities CULlrlcrJoiirfll hUt Times on H tlnncllWhen Pork Barrel Is Tapped WOOD AXTON FOR CON6RESS It Is the general opinion thus far that the present Legislature has done absolutely nothing for the good df the public ninetenths of its time being occupied with Useless probe investigations and antiliquor bills The only probing that the general public was Interested In wrp the resolution of Representative Price of Covington calling for an investi gaLlon of the lobbying tactics of Percy Haley this suggestion meeting with general approval but Haley and his friends were strong enough to force a withdrawal of the meas ure thereby depriving the present body of the opportunity of obtaining a reputation In addition to the good l would do the public and the Democratic party In particular But the chief weakness of the majority of the present General Assembly is their penchant for in troducing antiliquor or prohibition bills tho authors principally being residents of some country district Bdt oven on a railroad line this class endeavprlng to regulate the morals of the pepple fn the cities the latest fbdl bill of this kind in troduced Thursday providing for a liquor commission In evryxhe of tile 127 cpuriftes although a large perce tgge are supposdiy dry Closing saloons at 1 oclock not al lowing beer to be carried out of a saloon and saloon owners not to ffll tobafccp cigars or nnythlng else fn conntionSAnother section provides that breweries can not own buildings to feht for saloon purposes or fixtures to sell possible buyers this being on adroit attempt to practically put Breweries t of business It further jtJ thQ 1m posedJlq2rSS tdllr c nhltt Slffth flkSt class woutdtepelve 1QOO each and graded down tb salaries of 100 each all to be appointed by the Governor which would give that official life opportunity of building tlie most powerful political machine k own In spite of the absurdity oqd expense attached to the above measure the present Legislature will probably give It due and careful consideration The substitute editor of the CourierJournal professes to be very 1indignant because the Legislature doesnt throw the present members of the Fiscal Court out by the scruff of the neck and quotes Senator Sam liobertson and other Louisville members as being lenient with the Jefferson county Magistrates the ajSove writer accusing Senator Rob frtsoij and his colleagues as being strict advodates of the pork barrel ftieory seeralng to overlook the fact fiat the CourierJournal and its evening appendage the Times are always on hand to secure their hunk of pork In the way of printing the Slate and county tax delinquents city printing and other official advertising The Courier further ad vises that the voters should paste the names of the Louisville repre s9nta l1y tn thelli scrap books for tuttlru Deference forgetting that two can play at that game especially In- ThWfthe fact that Vhs services of the Haldemaff organs In the recent campaign were very lukewarm to say the least the Times going out of its way to give the Progressive candlr slate for Mayor a clean bill of health after the election and putting the Democratic Campaign Committee in 1helIght of being falsifiers and traducers of the first degree It is conceded on all sides that the management of Jefferson Bountys affairs by the former bodies of Magistrates sitting as a Fiscal Court cpuld be Improved upon but when It Is taken Into consideration that only 17000 out of a possible 63006 voters registered their Benti merits on the commission plan in tlje last election there is not a Tjurnlnfj desire on the part of the thet4I tOg vQ them an opportunity to 1m prqyo on the actions of the last Fiscal1 Court Tf as the commission advocates claim the people want commission government the Progressive ticket would have been ejected In the last electlpd this being ono of the principal planks in t Votettest than tlip haphazard niajorlty in the question of abolishing the Fiscal Court This fact seems to be real 1ze4 by the Present Legislature as Cpll Pat Callahan and Henry fTohn Son caq attest they being Present dalfv sit Frsinkfort endeavoring to persuade some member outside of this city to introduce a cbmmiHlon bill without puccew thus far Ti r local Prbgrewilvei1 have elected Wood Axtoh as theli execu fiye bead which la perfectly jut P 4 prpr when tU iatakeI1htM nsIdratIon tlatt WootYw barrell 1JW tiieJul rbbtl6 ca ipIgn going ltbIrit leetIOn iind a 1ltt1 fittpr Ji l l M 1 to ktrit lm 1 lt KENTUcKY IRIsU AMERICAN N shops and other large plants on Saturdays With the object of letidltag aid and assistance to the Bull tMoose candidate for Congress who Will SOon be led oUt for slaugh ref4 and will probdbly be Mr Axldn himself MARTIN T NORTON Martin J Norton aged sixtysix and for many years one of the prom- Inent stove foundry men of the South and West died Sunday after noon at his home 1521 West Jefferson street For ten weeks he had been ill with kidney trouble which caused his death Martin Norton was a natltve of Ireland coming to Louisville when a boy of fifteen years of age Later he engaged In tile foundry business with his brother the late Michael Norton they founding the Kentucky Stove Company which has given employ ment to a large force of men The deceased was for years active In public affairs and served a couple of terms as a member of the General Council Besides the sister with whom he resided ho leaves several nephews and nieces The fu neral was held Tuesday morning from St Frances of Rome church In Clifton Rev Father White offi elating at the mass of requiem NEW LOCAL MANAGER Joseph Overberg the well known local grocer and member of the Board of Aldermen has accepted a flattering offer to become manager of the local branch of the Acme Evans Company distributors of the celebrated White Plume flour which Is considered one of the leading brands of the United States Mr Overberg will be located in the warehouse at Seventh and Magnolia atstrlbutn1poIntpose of his grocery business which Is located at Seventh and Y0rk streets the Overberg grocery St that corner being established there- In 1866 and has a reputation as one of the citys most reliable bust ness enterprisesi ELECT JOHN DOYLE The Particular Council of the St Vincent de Paul Society recognized as the head of the twentytwo local conferences of that great Catholic charity organization met Monday night at the Knights of Columbus Hall for the purpose of electing a President to Succeed the late J J Caffrey All the conferences were represented and the meeting was graced by the presence of the Right orLo1lsvllleDonahue bf the Cathedral The 01l1iPI of the most arnesrworKers In the Vlnpentian ranks and who is cer tain to make a worthy President His selection will be heartily endorsed by every member In Louisville At the next meeting the other officers will be named TilE OLD AND TilE NEW With the consecration ot the new 3000000 Cathedral of St Louis the old Cathedral built eighty years ago In which three Archbishops have been consecrated and one Bishop and where thousands of people have worshipped will become a quiet little church tucked away In the hurry of everyday life In the towntown section of St Louis almost on the river front Erected when St Louis was little more than an outpost In the wilderness the old Cathedral Is the most ancient build- Ing of its sort In the valley of the Mississippi When It was built in 1830 the aristocratic portion of St Louis was on the river banks It saw the growth of the Mississippi steamship trade the Inrush of the German Immigration in the forties M1squr1Catholics befote starting for the Mexican war and It wAs there that ttlje forty niners crossing the plains to Cali fornia Jflade their peace with God before staging pi the long trill PETER RYAN DROWNED Tile body of Peter Ryan one of Louisvilles oldest citizens and the fShertfflndState Senate wan found In the riVer Thursday opposite the foot or Thlrtyrthtrd street The body was IIdentified by Mark Ryan who broke down ahd wept at the sight of lhis fathers dead body It is thought that the body was brought to the cOalbargestaken down stream this morning by the towboat Duquesnq When first seen It was in the riVeI JUst below the K and i bridge between Sand Island and the KentuckY shore where a lot of barges had been tied up rile only explanation is that the old gentleman who of late has been rather feeble must have Buf fered an attack of mental abbera tion and fell in the river FATHER KAISERS GUESTS iRev Edmund Kaiser the genial and appreciative pastor of St Peters church had as dinner guests on Wednesday night of last week the choir members of his church arid Miss Elizabeth Chase their d orthlrtlWQAn enjbyable feature WM the tnUslcal programme rendered I d REHEARSE ORATORIO The choir of St Jeters church Seventeenth and Southgate under thei dffeetlon qf the organitt MIMe ElizabethtfaChMe 18 Th ni nrlttie oratorio The Ven titWord oij Christ on the CroM which will be el mnly rendered at St Peters oi1raJ llafdayrr f It 3ft Y MtI Memorable Day For the Three Councils of the Falls Cities Unity Trinity and Mackln Hold Big Initiation in New Albany Eloquent Addresses at Elabor orate Banquet Aroused EntinislaisinS MANY CLERGY WERE PRESENT This has been Indeed a great week for the Y M r of the Falls Cities and the Atlantic jurisdiction The dedication of the new 5000 addition to Unity Councils club house In NOW Albany was preceded by an Imposing sight Sunday morning when the hundreds of members and the candidates for initiation at tended mass and received holy communion Promptly at 130 in the afternoon the dedicatory services began conducted by Revs father Selbertz after which the Initiatory ceremonies for Which three months had been spent In preparation were carried out all three councils presentIngnew hell was taxed to Its capacity and the members witnessed a cere mony that will never be forgotten Following Initiation a line was formed and about 300 marched to St Josephs Hall where an elaborate banquet had been prepared Presi dent John Pontrlch of Unity Coun ell who presided da toastmaster in welcoming the clergy and guests said they were about to witness the dawn of a hew era an era of brightness that will make the Young Mens Institute the Ideal organiza tion for Catholic young men Seated with the toastmaster were the Rev Patrick Monaghan representing Bishop ODonaghue Rev Francis Felten Grand Chaplain antI Fathers Curran Selbertz Halpln OConnor OGrady Wilke Reldford Vollrnth Rloharts and Elchenlaub Rev Father Monaghan hind the happy privilege of representing the Bishop and expressing his Interest In this young niens society As a rgfethIghhyfdtfled1ithI splendidinitiationwas he said Incumbent upon the members and society to act and set an examplo that would gain for the Y M rthe aims for which it was founded In concluding Father Mondghan said they should be strengthened by frequent communion and ever hold aloft the banner that will show the true Christian spiritGrand President Robert TI Burke hafl for his subject The New June diction and after a review of the origin of the Y M I he dwelt at length upon the present satisfactory reasonsthittlantic and Pacific jurisdictions He urgeainterestvention to be held in Louisville In 1915 Rev Francis Felten pastor of St Augustines and Grand Chaplain was vociferously greeted when he arose and delivered an address that Speaking assistance and guidance the young man heeds Thlsls the time he de claredl that all his moral strength is necessary to keep the young man in tile right way The young niah needs a well balanced mind strength of character and training of the Mart These are the vocations and yshouldwillthetlJ11dangerous tromknow1edgelife the greatest success that can be looked forward to They wilt then be good citizens and need no urglngt1 defend their home and country Dan To Herinessy who followed Benedict Elder had an explanation rather than an address and then set forth the origin and purposes of the PanamaPacHc Club Its object will be to provide a pleasant way of visiting every place of interest In the Great West and the city that was ywillconpanlel1 by the ladles and many projoothadTuesday night Unitys club house was thrown Open to the public with the Mayor and City Council as Spe cial guests There was an ex cellent musical programme and re nightthea brilliant affair Unity CouricJJ1 now has a homo In which it and the Catholics of New Albany can feel great pride SS MAttTIN J QUIRK d It is with regret that we chronicle the death of Alarlli J Quirk which occurred Monday afternoon at hii residence 732 Weet Brecklhrfdge JtQLeral years past hid conducted a euc ceMfal fcrocety bu lneM fV Eighth and Lexingtonf treetf Two Wka PIIcIrzeanytrij t j John T and Martin J two daUgh tenS Mrs Jullk 1in egan and M U Nora Quirk and a brother John1 Quirk Funeral services were held Wednesday moVhing from St Louis Bertfand clidrdh1of which the de ceased faadTfeen a faithful memberr r BUSY LIFE rr r The hIo1y Father Now Nearing El hti6tli Vnnlyersary of Ills Birth I L Keeps in Close Touch With the lf Concern the atrslliltI 1 Ills and Presenty Dully Kptitiiie Told in i DctallI RECEIVING AMERICAN PRELATES r I 1 Frequent reports that the Pope Is Indisposed have caused inquiry Into the real condition and prcesnt mode i of life of His Holiness who will be eighty year pf age In June 1315 He Isotcourse about eleven years older than when he was elected Pope Therefore his In timates and doctors have Insisted on his taking care of himself and using certain precautions which are quite justifiable Iin a man even twenty years youngjer He has yielded to reasonable suggestions so now he does not get up at halfpast 4 in the mornings ashe had always done summ rand winter but stays In bed until late as he calls It rising from halfpast 5 to Q Contrary to the custom with his aged predecessor ho requires no assistance In dressing and shortly after rising celebrates mass In his private chapel and r hears another celebrated IDJJ one of Ills secretaries generally Mgr Brassn Breakfast follows It Is not as light as in the past whenrhe used to have nothing but a cup ot black coffee He has consented to add to it Ute yolk or- an egg beaten up with sugar and a roll After this His Holiness leaves the private apartment and without using the elevator descends to the library where Isjtrec elved first Car dinal Merry 1Jel5yaTj tiQ1ioimakes a report on thejiiiblltlcalfcaffalrsiofjthejll 1T 11 5 1 r1 h 1i1lttl1 JiJfl lf fUJ bytne doctors to make as short as possible These instructions he finds difficult to follow as Plus X wishes to know the least detail of very subject The Secretary of State Is followed by one and some times two other Cardinals and by some great personage or Italian or foreign Bishops This year there have frequently been American prelates as the five years wherein they have to pay their visit ad llmlna expires In 1915 For this purpose there ace now at Rome Mgr Beaven Bishop of Springfield Mass Mgr Rico Bishop of Bur lington Vt and Mgr Walsh Bishop of Portland Maine all belonging to the province of Boston The Pope has consented to cut down the time of audience also and now Mgr Rannzzl his Master of the Chamber only grants private audiences to especial people on Impor taut questions Instead His Holiness grants numerous large collective audiences during which according to circumstances he either simply appears imparting the apostolic benediction or delivers a short ad dress or even goes about giving his hand to kiss to each person By the time this is over It is halfpast 12 or 1 oclock when tho aged head of the church takes luncheon which also has undergone some changes in the substance and quantity of the Ingredients according to the suggestions of PrpfMar hiafava Mia has also abolished the wine which all Italians drink at rteal times In tjie early afternoon the Pope indulged in a lttti rest and later resumes his audiences td leading ecclesiasticsl Thlp evening mOal Is simple The Pope retires between 9 and 10 How man men can bbast ot so full a life at eighty CIIURCIJ GROWTH The Rev H K Carroll Associate Secretary of tho Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America who has complied his figures from denominational reports gives the totall membership of all the churches In the United States as 37280370 all increase over 1912 of 655908 tho Catholic church gain being 212500 With respect to size of membership the denominations according to Dr Carroll occupy the following order EUrst the Catholic church with a membership of 13572961 Second the sixteen MethQdlst bodies of the country with a membership of 712506 Third the fifteen Baptist bodies numbering 5924602 Fourth the twentypne Lutheran bodies with a membership of 2388721 IFlffh the twelve Presbyterian bodies number mqh1belshlpfIgures Christians in the United States are as follows The Disciples of Christ 1519369 the Episcopal bodies 997407 the Latter Day saints or1 JCprmona 35OQQth United Brethren 328000 Evangelical 187 04B the FriendsJpffiee1 the Brethren or Dunkards l1tc8Q six bdctlea of Adventists 88882 and time two branches of the gklvatlpn Army 271474 From thww figure it will be seen that tIle Cath uciilJire than diiblethie number dtEly other etht atIoii I 1itf S f fII S th FATHER KELLER Makes Appeal For Holy Rosary Industrial School For Negroes Work Which Deserves Support pC the Catholics In Every Section Children of Colored People ArcI Instructed and Properly Trained NECESSITY FOR THE INSTITUTION Rev Father P L Keller for twentyfour years pastor of the Holy Rosary church at Galveston but now engaged In the crowning work of his life the erection of the Holy Rosary Industrial School for colored people at Lafayette La pleads for space for the following Dear Reader While you are en joying the blessings of true religion there are In your neighborhood that is in the South of this progressive country which boasts of every possible Invention and an Incomparable wealth nearly 10000000 of people of African descent whose fore fathers were brought to this prom ised land a hundred and two hun drqd years ago About half of these millions belong to the various sects while over 4000000 have never been baptized and less than a quar ter of a million are members of the Catholic church We have therefore from a missionary standpoint a field of the same Importance as Africa and which offers the same opportunities for activity and which deserves the same support espe daily of our Catholics here as the dark continent or any other missionary country In years past how ever this field did not receive the attention which other countries re ceived because many people not only In the South but also in the North gave little or nothing toward these missions in consequence of their prejudice ora certain amount of aversion to the negro and they would sooner give toward mission ary enterprises In distant llands than for the conversion of the colored ima fiourr9VJl loor But tiieim tta foiictivItam-ong t me negroeihi the Unld States has been Held out to our Catholics so frequently that most of them are fully acquainted with It and it is gratifying to see them take more interest In latter years than any time before The kindh of work required in our colored missions Is pretty well the same as in Africa and In other mis sionary fields There every effort Is made to gain the youth without of course neglecting the conversion of adults He who gains the youth lays a solid foundation for the future The work therefore Is to have schools homes for poor children In dustrial schools etc in which the children Of these poor people are In structed and properly raised Such Institutions are to a certain extent more necessary among these people than among civilized nations These latter have received schooling and catechetical Instruction and they are able to teach their children many things and show them the proper example while the former have had no training or instruction and can therefore not give their children what they themselves do not possess If therefore great stress Is laid on schools and instruction It Is all the more Important In a work like our colored mfssJbns And the histruc tion In these schools and Institutions must extend beyond reading writing etc and catechism children must be taught regular habits and such wbrk that will enable them in llater years to erirn their llvilng In ah hotiest and honorable way With this object In View we opened an industrial school for colored children some time ago at Lafayette LS The aim of the Institution Is to Instruct children In their religion dnd teach them the proper manner of performing their religious duties and give them at least the most nec essary schooling and furthermore teach them all usefull and necessary work for their home and its Burr undlngs We started a building some months ago which will accom1 modate over a hundred pupils The necessity of such an Institution is seen from the fact that negroes In waltIof children until the new building Is finished We have already sixteen pupils whom we could not refuse ad mission They tire housed In a building which served formerly as a corncrib It tho building could accommodate more we would have a larger number even now There is one particular point which deserves special mention in connection with our work and it ta this In a section of the country like this where so many negroes are Catholics an institution like burs Is of the greatest importance for the preservation of faith among these people There are in this section especially in the rural districts thousands of negroes who hav6 been Catholics ever since the emancipa- tiOn but many of them know noth ing about their religion except that they have been baptdaed and per haps made thelf first communion They have no schools where they could M Instructed and in some churches even they are not welcome A Catholic inklttitioir like unks therefore as one of the Vicar Gen orals of New Orleans expressed it an absolute necessity It is not only a question of propagation of faith but also of preservation which latter la certainly as important as the former If priests and Sisters Bacttticeisthen the preservation of faith among these poor people should receive atI least the same attention To meet I t- ii 11tiiwe are short of means to complete Ih To contract debts Is more serj ous in an undertaking like this than in the erection of a church or school in a parish I am obliged therefore to put this matter before our Cath olics in the North and other parts of the country and beg thorn for some assJstatice especially at this time to enable us to complete out building and furnish it In conse quence of the many demands on the general collection which Is taken up annually for the negro and In dian missions of this country a spe cial enterprise no matter how Im portant It may be can not receive any large amount The colored people being mostly poor and hardly able to raise the means for their dally needs are not able to con tribute much toward an undertaking like this They give cheerfully but their contributions do not go far to ward meeting such heavy expenses Therefore I am all the more obliged to use this means to ask our good Catholics and friends of the negro for some special assistance In this work I am aware of the many demands for the support of churches and schools at home But alms giving does not make any one poor and If the smallest one given In the name of Jesus for the alleviation of any corporal want of our neighbor receives Its reward and special con sideration at the last judgment then a donation to help our neigh bor In his spiritual needs Is bound to obtain greater reward Contributions for this undertaking may be sent to the office of this paper or directly to Rev P L Keller negro missionary Lafayette La COLUMBIA CMJBS OKFKKIXO Tomorrow night at Macduleys Theater the Columbia Athletic Club will present its annual theatrical production under the direction ot Ben Beckman For this year the young thespians selected Silas the Chore Boy a romance of New Eng land life In three acts The advance sale of tickets Indicates a crowded house and a success as great as that oflst year Silas the Chore Boy differs from the usual play at tempted by amateurs being a rural ngthijit1Ulathedy Imposingra severe test of dramatic ability on the part of the players a test that has been fully met by the Columbia Athletic Club performers Miss Lillian Score who has the leading part will eclipse her former successes James J Dona hue as Silas will have ample oppor tunity to display his talents and will be ably assisted by Miss Mabel Ray who needs no Introduction Miss Elizabeth Keating will create many a laugh In Aunt Nancy Others who will have prominent parts are B Huntoon McCann William H Dennes Leo Sullivan George W Ryan and Edward T Score This will be a performance well worth seeing and should realize a nice sum for the liquidation of the debt on the club house MACKIN COUNCIL Mackln Council and President Thornton had a hearty welcome for the new members Monday night and the meeting was full of interest Announcement was made that the Rev C P Raffo and Dr M Casper would deliver addresses at the meet Ing next Monday night when it Is expected the hall will be thronged An Invitation was received from the Social Club for the dance on Thurs day Februady 19 which will be the final one of the winter series Basket ball is growing In popularity games being played twice every week Secretary Will Cassin is do Ing good work financially and will soon have 4 big treasury NEWPORT WEDDING The marriage of William T Sullivan and Miss Irene A RIordan of Newport wilt fake place In Newport next Wednesday1 morhlilg at the Church of the immaculate Concep tlon Miss Marie Riordah a sister df the bride will lie liridesmdld and Eugene Lawler of Louisville a cousin of the groom will be best man MIss RlordaVi line been a fre- Quent Visitor to this city and has a large circle of friends here A re ception will follow the wedding and the young couple will leave for the South that evening Upon their return they will make their home in Louisville ALTAR SOCIETY PARTY The ladles ot the Cathedral Altar Society are arranging for a euchre givenIlnFeVruary 24 that will surpass any they have ever given Besides the games there will be a number of pleasing feature and handsome prizes The ladles Invite all their friends to tome and spend a delight ful evening with them OWENSHORQ Mr and Mrs G Fihlau of Owen boro have announced the engage mont and forthcoming marriage of their attractive daughter Leona Anna taTThomas H Bader well known and popular In Owensboro and vicinity Tne ceremony will take place at St Pauls at 7 oclpek en tkf1l1ralngot February 24 t WEDO- PRINflN FIRST CUSS W9RX Give This Office Yoar Next Order I PEEL SAFE Nationalists See the End of Ire lands Long Struggle Near at Hand King George Opens Historic See sion of Parliament in London Home Rule Bill Is Expected to Become Law at This Sitting LIBERALS ARE STANDING FIRM Irishmen and friends of Ireland the world over feel elated over the news of the past few days from London which would Indicate the suc torhomehope In the press dispatches espe cially those of the Associated Press which follow customaryStateopenedtheof Parliament which according to all reasonable probability will see the thlrtryearspartytoThe lhome rule bill which Is now to be presented In the House of Commons for the third time will Jf carried receive the royal assent wlfh or without the consent of the House of Lords Whether the bill will pass as It stands or whether It will be amended to meet the susceptibilities of Ulster will depend on the nature MinIster would make at the proper time The Kings speech In a grave passage expressed the earnest deslro to attain a settlement by consent and this desire was fervently echoed by Premier Asquith in the House of Commons and Viscount Morley In the House of Lords The scene In the Lords was brilliant In the extreme and in the Commons decorous The appearance of the assembly gave no Indication of the passions surging in the opposing sides or that the ses mightJeadWar Despite the conciliatory t both PremIer Asquitfan oru Morley small hope was felt In the lobbies of Parliament that the settlement of the home rule question would be reached by consent Tho Ministers attitude clearly shows that the Government will neither consent to an appeal to the country nor accept a ssolution based on tho exclusion of Ulster from the opera tion of the bill The Right lion Austen Chamberlain just as clearly Indicated that the opposition will accept nothing less than the ex clusion of Ulster unless the Government agrees to an appeal to the country He declared in his speech in the House of Commons that the exclusion of Ulster was the only possible basis for a settlement by agreement and that It would be useless for the Government to offer less Civil war was certain If Ulster was not excluded It is evident however that the crisis which has been threatening has been postponed for several weeks Premier Asquith declines to divulge the proposed concessions at the present stage OH the ground that thE opposition would only use that knowledge as a lever to secure still greater concessions Apparently the Governments proposal will be something in the nature of Sir Hor ace Plunketts plan but will not bo announced until the bill is again submitted to the House of Commons sqveral weeks hence Sir Edward Carson the Ulster Unionist lender referring in the lobby tb the Premiers speech said it carrIes u no farther it Is stat ply marking time There is nothing In it that should induce the Ulster Qpveijanters to relax their prepara tions fbr resisting hom rule Other Unionist members of Parliament ex pressed their strong disapprovallofS- IS Horace Elunketts suggestion that Ulster should consent to cpme under the bill with tie optlott of passing out after a certain number of years That homo rule will pass Is a foregone conclusions qajiles Phillo Evere ijothlnjf icon possibly stop It now and as sopii as the Kings signature has boOn affiXed to the measure we shall see the ipglprlous collapse of Sir Carson who Will be exceedingly careful not tp incite the people of Ulster t6 declare civil wards soon as the Conditions which per mltted him to utter all kinds of treachery without the slightest rlsK Qt punishment have become yeah Ulster Hotheads may commit foolish acts and bloOd may flow in Belfast but no one believes in civil War least oi all Sir Carson himself He has J11ItbIerduring alt these months 1 that his game would bo up tlfOvory moment when hits bluff was called and the moment wben 4t wilt be called is rapidly approaching FORTY hOURS DEVOTION Tlje different societies of St ait1C1palug bf ttfc Poty Hdtlfs UTbUdB ri morroW i6rnlnffvaC tb Ii80Qeloclc BlaIrnr and alii at the olope 0I tlesd1Y eyerihng 0 R KENTUOKY YYZTSH AMFiRYOAPt A KEHTUGKY IRISH flMERIGflMfts- vried ta tile Social Mil Moral AdnnceMt est el irlin Ai erlciM and Catholics Olficlall MasinstltuteAMERICAN PRINTING CQI c fpoi Ud Pufclltir1 4C = NTUCKY IRISH UMSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR paR YEAR SINGLE COpy g- antrd dtll Livlii PtHlce al 8Hadc u tiltr AMres aU Clte firs KINTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 Wet One St 1419141LoUWCLOSED INCIDENT Since the last Issue of the Ken tucky Irish American Col James P Whallen has withdrawn this offer to build a statue of his deceased brother Col John H Whallen In Shawnee Park Col Whallens offer was accepted by unanimous vote by the members Of the Park Board was publicly Indorsed by Mayor Busche meyer and other leading citizens and would undoubtedly have been gladly received by the people who use that park Opposition arising however In the ranks of those who P constantly seek advancement by ap pealing to religious prejudice Col Whallen promptly withdrew his otter preferring to take that course rather than permit his brothers namo to be used for the motives proposedTho Irish American hils a good deal In mind that It would like to say about this matter and which could be said with propriety but we have received a request from Col Whallen that we refrain from making the matter a subject ofI controversy and confine ourselves to merely mentioning the fact of the withdrawal of the offer In taking rat this position Col Whallen adheres to the course he originally mapped out for himself namely that he will not personally take any step calcu lated to stir up religious feeling iin Louisville and that Tie will urge all of his friends to follow his example Under these circumstances we faave decided to follow the advice of Col Whallen and treat this matter as a IncidentLSTILL SAFE The Irish Nationalists scored a decided victory Wednesday when the House of Commons rejected the Unionist amendment to the addres from the throne which called tor the abandonment of the homo rule bill until that measure had been Pjjffijriflujimltted to the Judgment 12rt the country The Government hat a majority of eightyeight Despite Bonar Laws prediction of civil war there Is every Indication of a peaceable settlement and passage of the bill HOSPITAL OPENING The new City Hospital has had an auspicious opening and Is now in full operation This Institution ono of the most improved and bes managed In the country reflects the highest credit upon Superintendent J W Fowler the Hospital Commis- sionersiv and the city government Modern in every detail here the sick and injured will receive the care and attention that becomes a Christian community Our hospital is a credit to Louisville and Kentucky and with Dr Fowler at its head there is every assurance that 1U Affairs will be conducted In a manner satisfactory to its unfortunate inmates and the general public APPROVES PATIENCE Our contemporary the Omaha True Voice edited by Rev Peter Gannon speaks true when It says A P A ism was not an unmixed evil When the fever of fanaticism had passed It was seen that the church had lost nothing but on the contrary had gained much In the revival of faith among careless Catholics and In the higher esteem of thinking men who watched the waves of bigotry harmlessly beat against the church founded by Christ It IB true that any attempt to enkindle relIgious prejudice re sults in unpleasantness for the time V being Individual Catholicsrand- even communitiesmay have to suf for injustice and Irritating annoy ances But there are compensating features Persecution purifies and strengthens the faithful as no other ordeal eau It Is not persecution that we have td fear but the dead enlng Influence of Indifference We would rather that Catholics should to militant than Indifferent and we 7ronl4 rather meet militancy than blank indifference in those outside the fold Oh tat they tellsack horrible lies about tut Yea they do But those will recoil on the heads of thoM who concoct then Bran calumnies ktre vs an opportunity to explain the real Catholic doctrines and praettoM to laiflairers Is that nothing Of eourw if we can not1 explain the oppprtwnJty is lost hut the fault Js cMtN We should be able to aPhiiaourre1la1oltil1wm gently1to thosenot of the fold Non CRtholtcs Judge our religion largely by tbe llTeiol Catholics whom they know The Inventions of lee turers and antiCatholic publications do not deceive as many as Wo may suppose Only let the lives of Catholics be blameless and they need not fear the tongue of calumny We often think that good effort 1IIs wasted In refuting old Cmnles and answering notorletyseeklni t lecturers Tho lecturers an out for what money Aey can get They are only too anxious to get into controversy with respectable people It gives them a standing that they would not otherwise hay in the communities which they visit We need not be alarmed over thl antics of these disturbers The give us an opportunity to know our friends and also to know those who would harm us In the dark That iIs worth something Quiet observatloi is in order at the present time rather than voluble expostulation against the nondescript bigots who are working themselves Into aI frenzy In their efforts to attrac attention We can afford to be patient for we have nothing to fear from the attacks of malignant enemies HAVE NO NEED Friends of Ireland were elate over the recent dispatch from Dublin which said the Trustees of the hom rulo fund are so confident of the home rule bill passing the House o Commons within the next fev months that they have issued ia formal notification stating that no appeal for funds would be mad this year either in the United State or elsewhere Louisville has ever been generous to the Irish cause and would again have responde liberally had there been an appeal from the Trustees who control tho fundThe number of immigrants In Kentucky IsI small Indeed but this does not llnany wily affect or pre vent illiteracy According to l a Government publication just Issued in Washington there are In this State 208084 Illiterates who are ten years of age and over of whom 146797 are native whites 3301 foreignborn whites and 67901 are negroes There are 87511 illiterate males twentyone years ot ago and over in Kentucky and only 33683 in Indiana where there Is ia large Immigrant population The literacy test In the Immlgra tlon bill is a dishonest sham and none know this better than the men who are trying to foist It upon Congress Unless amended the Senate should reject the bill It Is not too early to begin thu annual campaign in opposition to the monkeyfaced caricature and tho green pig which some dealer imagine are appropriate souvenir of St Patricks day Kentucky were better off were the Legislature to adjourn at once Few members are earning their 1C per Much of the proposed legislation would prove disastrous to the StateWhen you would kill use your automobile For those who take life in this manner there is no punIshment in Louisville MENACE DISTRIBUTOR Editor Kentucky Irish American On behalf of the many Catholic patrons of the C and 0 railroad I wish to enter my protest against the coons of a conductor on that road who in his trips to Ashland has acted as a distributor for the Menace and tho Peril these two filthy A P A sheets which are even obnoxious to all fairminded men of any religion This conductor whom I learned on inquiry Is Edward Hughes has made tho boast in rout of passengers on that road that hie has secured hundreds of subscribers for the two cesspools of filth bore named and has not even dis- crimInated in his distribution of heee organs Catholics and men with Jatholic relatives being handed cop comIfacials of the C and 0 and Inquire 1f persons of their faith are to be nsulted by an employe of a road rtdch is expected to receive support rom all classes regardless of their religious belief The truth of these tatements ean be substantiated and oanbe borne out by a little inveati atlon Would suggest that the bore Catholic hater be given more eisnre time to pursue his efforts as B dispenser of A P A literature JTK CSTY OF KQHB fThe present poj il tJon of Rome to tteMtod t 100000 The city li Tided sin fiftysix parishes s 6- 3i SOGIETY JI O O i U D Mrs M A Wathen has been mak ing a short visit in Cincinnati Miss Effle May Renfro Is home from a visit to friends in Lexington I Mrs Hugh Rodman left this week to Join Capt Rodman in Panama Wallace Renfro has gone to Wash ington for a stay of several weeks I Miss Margaret Kelleher visited Mrs Frank Prewitt in Okolona last week Mrs Thomas Holland line been entertaining Miss Irene House of Ellzabothtowq Miss Agnes King of South Louisville has been visiting Mrs Hene han in Marydale Miss Margaret Fitzgibblns Is home from Central City where she viMted Miss Ruth May Miss Annie Hagan of New Hayen has been the guest of her sister Mrs J Hagan L street Miss Edith Malone entertained her bridge club Monday afternoon at her home dn the Highlands Mrs Thomas Lynch has as visitors her parents tMr and 1IrsT W Patterson of Hawesvllle Mrs John Snyder has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs John Conway at Canneltpn Ind Col Thomas G Batman and wife are expected home today from a so Journ at West Baden Springs Mrs Efigene Constantine who has been visiting friends in Chicago 1Is again at home In Jeffersonville Miss Margaret Lynch of West Point visited here the past week the guest of Mrs Thomas Lynch Judge Samuel J Boldrick has been spending the week in rest and recreation at West Baden Springs Mr and Mrs W T Bannon who were here for a short stay have gon to Florida where they will spend the winter Miss Elizabeth Klein will give prenuptial dinner Thursday in honor of Miss Frances Tucker and Elliot Thompson Mrs F J Brennan and Mrs P H Murta and daughter Lois Mae were guests of Mrs J C Kast In Parkvlev last week Mrs Eugene Constantine of Jef fersonvllle is home from Chicago where she lied an enjoyable visit with relatives Mr and MrS Edward J OBrle and son John 0BJena have returned dafter spending several weeks In Paris France Mrs Peter Zaaind and Miss Kat Wathen left Thursday for New York and today they wit sail to spend six months abroad Many will regret to learn tha Miss Mary Maloney Is ill at the home of her parents 224 West Slxtl street New Albany Miss Rachel OBrien had a delight ful entertainment Monday afternoon at her home In the Highlands foi her embroidery club Tom Brady and wife who were the guests of Mr and Mrs J H Alder son at Buechel have returned tc their home in Indianapolis Miss Mary Doherty who is attend ing school at Nazareth spent the weekend here as the guest of her father Dr William B Doherty Miss Lottie Byrne who has been for several weeks the guest of Mn W A Taylor in Oakdale has returned to her home in Indianapolis Mrs T J Nunn who has been spending a month with her daugh ter Mrs George Eady left the first of the week for her home in Frankfort Miss Mayme Dutllnger who spent two weeks with her cousin Miss Viola Sweeney in South Louisville has returned to her home in Nash S villeMrs Florence OSulllvan has returned to her home at Lebanon Liter spending a week with Mr and Mrs B S Mdttlngly in the Highlands Miss Adelia Rolling will entertain next Tuesday in honor of Miss Franc js Tucker whose marriage to Illlott Thompson takes place this monthIMrs B Fallen and son Michael FaJ1on of Jeffersontown were last week the guests of her daughter Mrs Mamle Hummel in Livingston eights Mr anld Mrs William Speak of Salem III have been visiting here as the guests of their daughter Mrs George Wayne Rankin 4819 Grand boulevard Louisville society circles willl relcome Mr and Mrs James T- DuUyof Jeffersqnville who will love to this city and make their home here after March 1 John Pendergast aide to Chief Jndsey is rejoicing over a visit from the Stork who on Tuesday mornIng left a beautiful baby girl att his home Seventh and Oldham rests Mteeesl Marie and Henrietta Ban nOD who are attending school at St Catherine Academy were hero to read the weekend with their raadiuother Mrs JB J Campbell 107 Rowan street ihtrl leriekbdr1s the ONE DOLLAR month keep you dn the payroll in even of disability caused by sick rjess or accident Can you afford to be without this protection name of a baby boy who Is makin happy the home of Mr and Mrs Jacob Hettlnger on Campbell street The christening took place Sunda afternoon at St Martins and was followed by a big family reunion In the presence of many friends Miss Mary T Keller and George H Bauer well known young people of New Albany were married Tuesda morning in St Marys church The Rev Father Selbertz performed the ceremony and was celebrant of the nuptial high mass Miss Nellie Nolan has been visiting In Indianapolis the guest of her aunt Mrs J T OHern and was entertained at a number of sock functions When she returns she will be accompanied by Mrs OHern who will pay a short visit to her sister Mrs John Fallahay 1711 Duncan street The marriage of Miss Marl Mueller and Richard Albert Wathei will be solemnized this afternoon at 430 oclock in the convent of the St Louis Bertrand church Fathe Parrent officiating The ceremonyI will be followed by a home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Adolph E Mueller on Fourth street After a wedding trip Mr and Mrs Wathen will occupy their apartment in the Milton PRAISE FOR FLYNN From St Louis where he is study- Ing music comes word that Thorn ton J Flynn son of Mr and Mrs John J Flynn of this city will develop Into a second John McCormack whose voice and work have won for him the first place on the European and American stage Young Flynn recently appeared in amateur opera in the Mound City and was hlghpl praised by the critics for his hand some stage presence and quality of voice which they say compare favorably with that of the famous Irish tenor GOES TO CANADA Harry J Hennessy one of Trin- Ity Councils younger members and also popularly identified with the Emerald Hibernian Social Club leit Tuesday for Toronto where he will take a position with the Canadlai Creosote Company which iff a sin liar concern to the American Company with whom he was connected here Skcets as he is bette known has the good wishes of his local friends for success but they hope that the opportunity will arise for him to return to his old Kentucky home TWO WEEKS MISSION St Louis Bertrands church will havea two weeks mission beginning- S itdaYt March 1 thejr t week for women and the seconqffor inenrTh e masses will be at5nnd8 oclock IIn the morning and the evening serv- Ices at 730 oclock consisting of rosary sermon and benediction Con- Cessions will commence on Tuesday of each week at 330 oclock In tbe afternoon and will be heard afte the 6 oclock mass and in the even lug at 730 Blessing of religious articles every evening after benediction except Monday and every morn ing after the 8 oclock mass except Monday KUCIJRE AND LOTTO The ladles and gentlemen of St Louis Bertrands church will give a euchre and lotto next Friday evening in Bertrand Hall and again hay made a specialty of securing a large number of cakes for prizes this In novation at the past few affairs of this kind making a decided hit everyone striving to win one of the cakes Very Rev Father McGoven announces a net profit of 270 on the euchre of three weeks ago this sum being applied to the church deb fund SACRED CONCERT A sacred concert under the dlrec Mon of Prof John Recktenwald wit be rendered at Windhorst Hall Mag olla avenue between Floyd and Brook tomorrow evening beginning at 8 oclock As this concert wll urpass those previously given by ref Recktenwald all lovers of music should attend The proceed w1l1 be used for the building of the new St Pauls church recently destroyed by fire- REPEAT ENTERTAINMENT On account of being unable to accommodate the large crowd at the entertainment given by the Hlber Ian Social Club on Tuesday evening the committee has decided to spent the performance on Tuesday evening February 24 the pro nramme to consist of motion pictures vaudeville and amateurs first performance will be at 630 oclock and the evening at 8 MISSION IRev Father Assent pastor of St ilizabeths church East Burnett venue has announced a two weeks missIon for his congregation beginning Sunday March 1 It will be ohdncted by Father Meyer and ather Pregenzer of the Redemp odlst order who will come from StLouis The first week will be for the women and the second for themen HAPPY UNION A happy marriage took place day morning in St Andrews hurch at Harrodsburc when Miss Viola Cole became Ute bride of John Caller Rev Father Qabe performed tke ceremopy which was solemnized rith a nuptial mass Both bride nd groom are well known and opulur and were the recipients of lany congratulations sad good labia for along and happy wedded tfe r TRANSYLVANIAE N Canada Genl Supt Ben L Bruner President Sixth Floor Paul Jones Building II RESPEGED Very Rev Felix Varela D D Pioneer Priest of New York Philosopher in Cuba and Rcprc sentntive to the Spanish Cortes Purchased Christ Church From Episcopalians For Bishop Dubois FOUNDED HALFORPHAN ASYLUM Among the pioneer priests and most zealous colaborers with Bisho Dubois in the diocese of New York was the Very Rev Felix Varela D D whose death sixtyone years ago is noted in our Catholic chron ology under date of February 18 Ho spent the last thirty years ot his life in New York a devoted missionary a founder of churches and an editor of publications for the de fence of the faith displaying an ex- traordInary charity and an unbounded zeal that made him unl vereolly loved and respected Father Varela was a Cuban hav ing been born in Havana Novembe 20 1788 After his ordination iin 1811 by Don Juan Jose Diaz Espadi y Landa the second Bishop of Havana his conspicuous learning was recognized by an appointment to the chair of philosophy in the Col loge of San Carlos In his native city In writing of hIs career as professor Father Juan Crespo Alvarez C M Vice Rector of tho College of Matanzos says Of all native Cubans Father Varela must be ac counted the most worthy of the name of philosopher He illumine his chair with a brilliancy surpassed by none He was the author of n course in philosophy Institution Phllosophiae which was published In Spanish and Latin So much was his learning valued and so highlY was he personally esteemed that h was elected as representative of Cuba In the Spanish Cortes at Madrid but on the proclamation of the liberal constitution consequen upon the military Insurrection of 1820 Father Varela was proscribe and in 1823 he came to the United States arriving In New York on December 17 of that year during the administration qf Bishop Con nollyHaving friends In Philadelphia he paid a long visit to that city to perfect himself In English and while there he published a Spanish periodical El iHabanaero which had a wide circulation among the Spanish residents and merchants of that city and New York When master of English he removed to New York and was assigned as as slstant at old St Peters At tha time there were but three churches In the city St Peters St Patrick and St Marys and Bishop Dubois found that a fourth one was sadlI needed The task of founding it he gave to Father Varela who Inr March 1827 purchased Chris church from the Episcopalians witl his own funds and money advanced by his friends tho Spanish mer chants The church stood on Am street then and after the necessary alterations it was solemnly dedl Gated by Bishop Dubols on July 15 of the same year The parish prospered from the beginning and fron it sprang two other churches In a short time the Church of the Transfiguration then on Chamber street and St James church then and now on James street Father Varela wan the pastor of Christchurch from its establishment mitt 1885 and from then until his death of the Transfiguration I Although summoned to attend the first Provincial Council of Baltimore which opened October 4 1829 Bishop Dubois having contemplated for some time a visit to Rome sailed from New York on the good ship De Them on September 20 leaving hit dioceso in charge of Fathers Varela and John Powers as Vicar General It was then that Father Varelc founded what was called the Half Orphan Asylum as a refuge for chil dren left with only one parent the nucleus of the necessary funds being a gift of 800 from one of his devout parishioners With all his zealous activities he found time to defend the church its doctrines and practices which in hose days of bigotry were assailed with a persistent venom Ho pub lished The Protestant Abridger and Annotator in 1830 the Catholic Expositor and Literary Magazine in 1841 to say nothing of his splendid defense of Catholicism in his Letters to Elpldlus besides which he was a constant and able contributor to the New York Weekly Register and Catholic Diary of which Father Joseph A Schneller was the editor Ho was a resourceful conversationalist and his clear and logical wrIt- Ings commanded general attention During his thirty years of active life in New York he had been ihurches and institutions multiplied the numbers of priests constantly rowing and the progress of religion so marked that New York was made i Metropolitan see under Archbishop lushes with Bishop McCloskey ifiterward Cardinal as coadjutor nut toward the end his health began to fall and he was induced to take a reet in the more genial climate of lends He sever returned for ho- leddl in St Augustine on February 118 18K3 attended In his last mq nents by Father AubrllSP M EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION The eleventh annual meeting of the Catholic Educational Association f the Tuited States will e held o under the patronage of Right Rev James A McFaul D D Bishop ofII Trenton at Atlantic City on 29 to July 2 1914 Through kindness of the Augustinian theII St Nicholas church has been for the religious services and the large and commodlous halls of the news school building adjoining are I available for the business of the meeting The Hotel Rudolf on the beach has been selected as head quarters KNrOOTS OP COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere The fourth will be exemplified In Indianapolis on May 31 Beatrice Neb will have a coun ell after February 22 Omaha Knights initiated a clas of about sixty last Sunday Tomorrow the three degrees wit be given a class at Connersville Ind Denver Knights are engaged in an exciting pool and billiard tournament About thirtyfive will be knighted at Missouri Valley Iowa on Wash ingtons birthday About 250 Knights will become members of the fourth degree at Milwaukee on February 23 Criminal prosecution has stopped circulation of the fake and llbelou oath attributed to the order The Knights of Anderson Ind have purchesed the Brownson Clubrooms and all their fixtures Gov David Walsh of Massachusetts is expected to witness the fourth degree exemplifications at Chicago and Milwaukee The Alhambra reception to Bisho Burke at Albany was a notable affair The Armory was brllllan when Bishop Burke and Gov Glynn followed by Mrs Glynn Mayo Stevens Attorney General Carmod and Mrs Carmody tho Rev Fathe Franklin the Bishops Secretary Monsignor Delaney and others en tered the han and took their place s to receive the hundreds who awaited them RECENT DEATHS Monday morning funeral service were held over the remains of Mrs Margaret Hillenbrand wife of Andrew Hillenbrand at Holy Trlnlt church Mrs Hillenbrand was fifty two years old and a native of thiS city She was prominent in German Catholic circles and her death wil be deeply mourned in Holy Trinity parish Besides her husband she Is survived by four sons Oscar An drew P Jr Carl C and John Hillenbrand two daughters Mrs Loren Smith of Indianapolis and Miss Margaret Hillenbrand of this city four sisters Mrs Barbara iReppert Mrs Rose Beintz Mrs Julia Elden and Mrs Matilda Krupp and six grandchildren Following an illness of severa months Mrs Georgia Brunton an aged and highly esteemed membe of St Frances of Rome congrega tion passed to her eternal reward at the home of her daughter Mrs Phil D Thompson 110 Clifton avenue Mrs iBrunton was the wldov of Newton Brunton former englnee at the Galt avenue school who diet last March Besides Mrs Thompson she leaves another daughter Mrs Fannie Wells of Cincinnati Her funeral was held Sunday afternoon the Rev Thomas White conducting the solemn services Friends and neighbors feel deer sympathy for Frank and Mary Rus sell 1515 Highland avenue whose home Death entered and claimer their beloved daughter Mary Law renceMlss Russell was sixteen years old and was a favorite wIth the young set in which she moved Her funeral took place Sunday afternoon from St Brlgida church Rev Father Jansen officiating at the sad obsequies Sunday afternoon the funeral of Miss Mary Dougherty daughter of the late Susan and Eugene Dough erty was held from the Cathedral of which she was a member since girlhood Miss Dougherty was ia native of Louisville and was held ii high esteem by a wide circle of friends and acquaintances who were grieved to learn of her death Sur viving her are four sisters Misses Elizabeth Rosella SalUe and Mag gie Dougherty and one brother William Dougherty Michael Walsh one of the oldest residents of Limerick was called ta his eternal reward Monday night following a long illness and the Infirmities of old age He was born in Ireland eightythree years ago but had been a resident of Louis vllleslnce the close of the civil war Besides his wife who resides at 939 South Seventh street several chil iron survive him The funeral was held from St Louis Bertrands church Wednesday morning Following an illness extending over two years Thomas L Corcoran aged thirtyfive was released from his earthly suffering Monday morn- Ing at his home 720 East Walnut street Until his health failed he had been engaged in the grocery business and was widely known and respected He is survived byJ1ls mother Mrs E A Corcoran four sisters Mrs William A Teel Mrs D R Frazier Miss Nellie and Miss Virginia Corcoran and Itwo brothers John J Corcoran of Louisville and William C Corcoran of Chicago Funeral services with solemn mass of requiem celebrated by Father Schuhmann were held Wednesday morning at St Johns church MEN LOSING OUT The cigar factories in New York mploy nearly twice as many women s they do men I Q CASUALTY INSURANCE co I GAYETY THEATERO- n Wk oommsaclng lu4Q lsctt- iaasrNations Favorite Jesters OSCAR and ADOLPH Portrayed By RIOE AND CAD And a gorgeous garland of glorious girls The seasons big whlrlyglrly song review and dance froUc- PJUCEBSunday Matinee loc sec lien SaturdayNightlOc NATIONFifth and Walnut L IREAL VAUDEVILLE NINE BIG ACTS Carter the Amerlc n Magician Presenting Sensational Illusions Nettie Carroll Troupe Five Beautiful Girls on the Tight Wire Joseph in the Land of Egypt Moving Picture in Four Reels Tanean and Claxton Dutcb1I1I1tBry 5 OTHER STAR ACTSS Matinee All Seat 100 Night iCe and 20o La Dinette Restaurant 412 WEST WALNUT Famous For Good Things to Eat Ladies Dining Room in the rearWe guarantee prompt service and every attention- sBail y iumgardnerpProprs MENS 250 and 15 OvercoatsFOR I 775 Long heavy coats withconvertible collars belted back styles and standard models Big lot only a few of a kind Sizes 33 to 42 LEVYSTHIRD t JI WANTED Position as Representative or Collector for Catholic publica tion S A Swift Louisville Ky YOUNG LADIES SODALITY The Young Ladles Sodality of St Johns church Clay and Walnut will entertain with a euchre and lotto party next Thursday afternoon and evening at the residence of Miss Irene Schmitt 1031 East Breckln rIdge Their friends are cordially invited to attend and secure one of the many handsome and useful prizes READY FOR BAZAR Every arrangement has been com Meted and the committees and poo pie are ready for the opening next I Tuesday of the three days bazar for the benefit of St Frances of Rome church in Clifton of whidh the Rev Father Thomas White is pastor Thero will bo entertainment for old and young and at the different booths will be found bargains galore COVINGTON The Ancient Order of Hibernians of CovIngton who are strong lumerlcally and financially and are oing excellent work have installed he following officers for 1914 President Hugh Ryan Vice President Robert Lother Recording SecretaryC J Ryan Financial Secretary J G Lother Treasurer MJohn P Lantry Sergeantat Arms Daniel Daly SentlnelTC J Crawford LIBRARY nooK SHOWER For the purpose of enlarging the library there will be a book shower at Mackin Council next Tuesday fight when tbe friends of the T M 1 are expected to fill the shelves now vacant For those who attend there will be a dance and other ea ertalnmeat There WlUHB wet one for alll especially the ladiee urged to H prevent IWboar J a f i ENTUdKY iRTSH AIVIERIGAlT 9+ NiN1 NiN + ONNNl+NNN9 riRAN W SMITHS SON i S SMITH PROP i iALFuneral and Embalmer BOTH PHONES 810 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET f HH ++01 11 J t II J J Jt oJ 2 It i + loI ++ 01 01 JluS I 1001 JIll J I J THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer 1221 WEST MARKET STREET TELEPHONE CITY 365 HOME PHONE BBCUlUDnRLAND MAIN 3071y i J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1 AND EMBALMERS i 822 Easi Main Street HooE+JoIII 2 I 2 frxa S I II H J I JZJ I J H I I I DOUGHERTY McELLIOH 1227 WEST MARKET STREET Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH rzoxsCUrab Main 209Sn Homo City 2008 OL- DFORTUNArBOIIRBUN + THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO INCORPORATED DISTILL RSWINE MERCHANTS IMPORTERS 0 HL+iLl 4144441441 14I 1 3 1 +4 1 +NrI++ISSIIIIUISIIIlJa FINH WINKS AL KOLB AO8ii 323 West Green Street LIQUORS CIGARS iI S 1111 UoJo11 oJ I I S I Ii I 11+ 11 U 111111111 n 10111 U Ht BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNAWHISKY ITS ALWAYS PURE McKenna Distiller Fairfield Hy IHw l I n BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- Ueleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACO BSCUULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both PkOttCB 223 HERRMANN BROS Dtroarmat FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers Whetotale Deal Sri la PlaNt Brad of KM tacky Wkbktes especially Pearl of Nelson BOT LED IN BOND Til fciu 1141 3S4 SIXTH STREET CElrrRALFURNITUftE GO leoorpontd N W CMY T kas4 Inca lRa we fiirabh tkekeRe ecm Iriet em ewy pyateate WM CALLA MAN Mfr Ss rigid All the lateand aew Styles and Shapes priCNCallNee year boys MI Ila8l8 tat will nan team tot ate ST XAVIERS COLLEGE US W Srtaawayt itealrrUle Kjr cCaet1 kr the XavMrUa Brothers claleai BeJaatlso sadn BvtlBem oPrlJYteIf DepertaeatLar o- awtatr IMI wfl qnlppd- Me 0 rraa Iced raM ben Jaaa 4r GRIGSBY HAYDON Cards have been issued announc ing the engagement of W P Grigeby and Miss Ida Hayden popular young people of Washington county who will be married at St Dominics church at Springfield the latter part of the month JOINING TRUE CHURCH Germany is alarmed over the exodus from the Lutheran ehurch In one day at Berlin recently 8000 persons registered the fact that they had changed their religion the Oatliollce obtaining most ofth eon Yerte Of the 14101411 population fla Oernany 22014461 now OMbollL I a DANGERS Tlint Threaten From the Lack of Catholic Education and Training Able Address Delivered by Ben edict Elder Last Sunday Evening Training Necessary to Fit Nan For His True Destiny in leaven APPEALS FO Y M I MEMBERS The subject of Catholic education could be adequately treated In a book it could be Intelligently treated In a lecture It can only be outlined in an afterdinner talk Catholic education Is the develop ment of the whole nature of man his spiritual as well as his material faculties his moral as well as hIs mental traits it is the building of human character along the broad architectural lines of eternal happi ness and unchangeable truth It begins with the simple and obvious truth that there are two distinct orders in the universe the natural and the supernatural and to corre spond with these man is created with a body and a soul To the in fidel the materialist to all who deny or doubt the existence of the supernatural Catholic education da superfluous but to the believer and especially to the Catholic it Is nec essary in order to fit man for his true destiny in heaven He would sooner think of blinding one of his eyes or of paralyzing one of his arms than he would think of hinder Ing or neglecting the development of the spiritual and moral faculties of his character Having denied the existence of the soul the unbeliever consistently decries Catholic education and in that far is he Justified But he Is without Justifi cation who believes In the souls ex istence and yet neglects or refuses to attend to its harmonious develop ment and trainingICatholic education is opposed to secular education Secular educa tion teaches many branches ol knowledge touching on material things but it does not teach so much as the name of God it teaches biology embryology physiology psychology all about the body but not so much as the existence of the soul It develops the material side of human nature teaches the mind and draws out the mentality but it neglects the spiritual Ride does not train the heart or discipline the will or cultivate thl moral traits of hu man character If good men and women come forth from its school pqtbecausethings but in spite of It not language or mathematics or commer cialism which secular schools teach make men good but the fear and love of God and the hope of heaven which these schools do not teach Catholic education is not opposed to public schools or to free schools as such but only to those schools which neglect the development of the spiritual side of human nature and thus fall short of a true educa tion Instead of training up a correctly proportioned man these schools make a sort of monster man who has only one side of his charac ter all swelled and bloated while the other side is all swivelled and dwarfed Catholic education stands for the harmonious development of the whole nature of man We are told that the first and greatest duty of man Is to love God with his whole heart and his whole soul and all his strength ana all his mind and it is plain that to do this re quires the faculties of mans whole nature and to do it well requires the training of those faculties Catholic education is not only necessary to the correct development of the individual it is also necessary to the orderly constitution of society No government can survive the destruction of Catholic training among its citizensfamily ties would be broken moral habits aban doned law and order would die liberty would be crushed and ciVIl- ization burled by the passionate on slaught of barbarities unrestrained Catholic education is religion and without religion man lives an aimless and unworthy life like a rud derless and dismantled ship in tho night he drifts across tho ocejin of life in n dark and somber cloud now moved by an unknown instinct now drawn by an unknown destiny But heedless of this plain truth and unmindful of the experience of nations In the past the American people have established a system of teaching that banishes all thought of religion Barely two generations have gone since this system was set up and what do we see Fifty per cent of people do not go to church half as many do not even profess religion the spread of infidelity and anarchyrindportentousCrImemore crime than any other ten nations except Russia Suicide has grown apace an American city is credited with tho highest rate of suicides in the world suicide clubs exist in some of our cities and every year we add 10000 to the list of selfmurdered Raco suicide is even more common it threatens to consume tho body as well as the soul of the nation So forward has become this hellish practice that our capital city not long since witnessed the spectacle of a woman rising in a womens convention to say that It ought to be a disgrace to fee the father of a large family Divorce IBl an unholy twin evil of race suicide It is Americas national night I onedivorceI hundredII InIdivoreea agaeaUy in our eeroatry there are more that 0OQO We II have 8000 ooortr whore authority r Is dally Invoked to disrupt the mar riage tie 5000 Judges whose duties require them to destroy the unit of society to spread discontent among families to strike iron into the hearts of little children and td blacken our name among civilized nations by piling up the wreckage of millions of homes These conditions of immorality and unrest are symptoms of a dread disease The disease is godlessness And our people whether unwittingly or not Instead of checking this dIs ease are actually engaged In its pro pagation Through a system of god less schools the boys and girls of our nation are given every encourage ment to become godless We spend more money on education than any other two countries of the world we teaoh law art and science politics and economics agriculture and mechanics sociology and civil gov ernment language mathematics commercialism trade we have a system of teaching that Is the won der of the world but nowhere in that system Is it taught that there Is a God or a spiritual existence or a human soul And out of this Institution at the rate of twenty million a generation are coming the future men and women of our na tion Christ weeping over the City of Jerusalem was not more prophetic of her ruin than this swarm of infidel fledglings is of our nations downfall To breast this sweeping tide of unbelief there Is one old rugged breaker the Catholic church She lifts her strength against the rising waves and they break and shatter around her The mother of sci ence the patroness of art the queen of learning the deposit of divine truth the Catholic church is the only security for the happiness of man or the welfare of society In her system of education rests the only hope for true manhood or true progress She appeals to the mothers and fathers of the nation not to suffer the spiritual training of their children to be neglected and she warns them that no happi ness can come to the parents or to the children of parents who turn a deaf ear to this appeal Her own people she commands In a voice of Infallible wisdom and certainty not to neglect this duty under pain of mortal sin She requires no sacri fice in this that Is no sacrifice of things worth while She offers to her children an education that even In material things needs nothing to be added from the secular world True her education has not the modern frills and foibles that ac company secular school life It has no Greekletter societies with their saturnalia It teaches no champagne etiquette or banal conventionality it sends forth no apostles of new thought no ministers of new re ligions no fakirs aiming to dissect or to measure or to photograph the soul it encourages no doubt as to the divinity of Christ the truth of the Bible or whether man is a monkey or a chimpanzee it teaches everything that Is for Gods sake mans sake or its own sake worth learning but a danger mark is drawn around learning for the devils sake which It holds out a warning not to cross It teaches that the childs first knowledge should be of God Its first recollection of prayer that as the flower of its little mind unfolds It should be sUr- rounded by the atmosphere of Ute Catholic school that as the bloom of youth advances It should be supplied with Catholic literature Catholic art and Catholic companions It reminds us that harbored within the child are many hostile forces that test the fortitude of parents and jt evil forces from without be allied to these such as bad home influ ence evil associations unwholesome education few parents wilt have the courage or tHe strength to face and overcome them- Catholic education does not begin and end with the school room itt begins before the child Is born and it never ends Nor is It all con tained in the little catechism it s- In everything that touches the life of humanity from its dullest needs to Its brightest hopes from its lowest instinct to its highest aspiration The sum and substance of Catholic edu I cation Is the training of children to associate all things In their growing lives with a thought of God and heaven To do this is the holy duty of all who have been crowned with the crown of parenthood There is no duty of man more holy none more imperious or lasting none that calls for more effort or more prayer than the duty of the parent to teach the child to know God and to strive for heaven I am not sermonizing Truth Is as fitting to be uttered here as elsewhere Nor am I pleading for religious vocations I am pleading for something that will give to us Catholics a character of our own a character that will set us apart like the early Christians as an example for unbelievers SuchI a character is proper ito us Our holy faith with its sublime mysteries its sanctifying sacraments its inspiring liturgy its grand symbolism not to speak of Its divine mission and its infallible authority is a wonderful institution with a magnificent or ganization and a marvelous his tory it infinitely surpasses any Other Institution in the world Why does not the conduct of our people reflect more qf this singular great ness than it does A chief reason is that either in the school or out of the school the spirit of Catholicity has been allowed to languish and the spirit of godlessness where it has not crept dnto our lives has been suffered to surround them We need to build up a now atmosphere indicatethatwith us Here lies the work of the- Y M I and other organisations of Catholics It is the work of all Catholic laymen The world is looking to Us for the fruit of the churchs mission Showme your work cries incredulous America and it Is for us to answer that cry We can answer only by good example by Godfearing lives in patience courage And strength We can ac quire theee virtues only by devoting our highest energy and our deepest love to the wholesome development of our spiritual faculties and those of our children by putting in prac tice the precepts and the counsels of the Catholic church the most experienced teaeher of knowledge in all the world the pioneer of teaeMng In all elrlliMd eouatrjea la Araerk no lew than otlOrL A hundred years before the Pilgrim Fathers landed on our shores Catholic teachers were at work here a hundred years before tho Dutch Reform school of New York or the Latin school of Boston began a Catholic school in America had an enrollment of 600 pupils Long before these first nonCatholic schools were es tablished there were Catholic schools that were both public and free reaching in an unbroken lino from Quebec to Mexico and In them was taught not only a knowledge of God though we may be sure that was given first place but also a knowledge of language and mathe matics agriculture domestic science and manual training There Is no reason for us to be ashamed of the history of Catholic education In America any more than in other countries There is in fact every reason for us to be proud of it though that fact is Ignored by un fair critics and often suffered to be denledby lukewarm Catholics I hope there are none such in this organi zation I hope every Y M I will plant the banner of Catholic educa tion in the front of the work of this society and stretching forth his arm will point to It as the only standard of education that was ever borne aloft by an advancing people Its the only standard to which humanity can look upward and be led onward to Its great destiny TALKS ON BURNS Judge Matt ODoherty and ex Postmaster Robert E Woods deliv ered excellent addresses Monday night on Robert Burns before a large and appreciative gathering of the Louisville Literary Club The programme also Included a number of readings from the works of the great Scotch poet- AGAIN AT HOME Edward J Hackett who went to Asheville N C six weeks ago for the benefit of his health has re turned to his home In New Albany his condition greatly improved EUCHRE AND LOTTO Next Thursday night the men and women of St Peters congregation will entertain with a big euchre and lotto party In the school hall at Sev enteenth and Garland avenue Every preparation has been made for the entertainment of all whq attend HAPPILY WEDDED Miss AbbIe Rogers and Austin Mattingly a popular young couple of the Whltesville neighborhood near Owensboro were united at St Williams in Whltesville on Tues day Rev Hugh OSullivan perform dug the ceremony COMMISSIONED Rev JE Rochford of Olcott N Y who passed the examination for admittance to the Chaplain Corps of the United States army has been commissioned Almost one of the first official acts of President Wilson after his return from Pass Christian Misslwas to sign the commission of Father Rochford He Is allowed one months leave of ab sence after which he will report to Fort Washington where he will make his novitiate under Capt Arnold MARRY AT PARIS Miss Nellie Tobin and Charles Browning Jr both of Paris and well known in the Bluegrass section were united In marriage fonda the ceremony being performed by the Rev Father Eugene de BruynI CONSECRATION Bishopelect Althoff of Belleville HI has received the official docu ments of his appointment His con secratlon will take place in the Cathedral at Belleville on February 24 SEE CARDINAL OFF One of the passengers on board the Saratoga sailing last Saturday from New York was Cardinal Far ley who departed for the Bahamas and Havana on a diocesan call Among the official calls he will make will be at the home of the Benedictine Fathers in Nassau There he will confirm a large class of children at the St Francis Xavier church who have been waiting the arrival of the Cardinal There was a large crowd of friends including many prominent clergy men at the pier to see the Cardinal away BUILDING CHURCHES Several new churches are to be erected in the Eastern Colorado mis sion field In the summer of 1914 This announcement was made by the RevA Kleffer the missionary pastor of that section when he vis ited Denver last week A movement is being started at LImon to raise a fund for the work and it is thought that the Catholics In at least two other towns will be able to con struct chapels before long FOR WOMANS EYE Striped goods are predicted to be in favor i Net gowns are to be modish this spring and summer RIbbed weaves threaten to be popular this spring The surplice and the fichu will continue to prevail The bolero is quite as optional as last year and Just as stylish Cotton fabrics are destined to play an Important part this season Many printed goods come in plaids and are going to be modish Most frilly spring gowns have the sash and girdle effects well developed I The new lingerie gown now appearing has lost its conventional lines Roman stripes at the 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11Joy l I the aster IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges White gloves were presented to Judge Todd at Coleraine Quarter Sessions and to Judge Green at Lurgan Quarter Sessions At the monthly meeting of the Portadown and Banbrldge Wate Board Thomas Coulter a Portadown man was appointed inspector Mrs Walsh is the first Jadj elected to the Traleo Urban Council Her husband is a solicitor and she has two brothers who are lawyers I The Balllnamore District Council by a majority of nine to four rejected a direct labor scheme presented by ONeill Clarke Count SurveyorThe of sixty extra police in the Belmullot district has caused much surprise and comment Thor has been some dispute about grazing lands in the district Rev J Doyle of Newry has been appointed to Tullyllsh in room ol the late Very Rev Dr McConville and the Roy Daniel Grant has been appointed administrator at Newry At the annual election for Urban Councillors held recently in Kells the following were elected Matthew Garland Patrick Collins Michael Keenan Thomas Skelly and William CookeMartin Kelly a farmer of Klllelery near Geashlll was killed by a fall from a cart while going home from Tullamore The bodY was found on the road the skull being fractured The death has occurred in the Loretto Convent Omagh ot Mother Aloysius Superioress of the community Deceased was a daugh ter of Dr Shannon an eminent County Clare physician Dr William OConnor who hat been appointed tuberculosis doctor for the County Wexford at a salary of 2000 a year tendered his resig nation as medical officer of the New Ross and Ballywllllam districts Ac an aged man named James Neylan was returning to his home at Derry from EnnlJtymon market he tell out of the car In which lie was traveling and received such in juries that he expired almost Immediately County Longford can boast ol having the oldest husband and wife living in Ireland at pr sentThell1 names are Mr and Mrs Dan SherI- dan of Ballinamuck The former has passed his 110th year and his wife is 101 In Athy there were no municipal contests this year the five retiring members of the Urban Council having a walkoverMessrs J A Duncan J P P P Doyle Michael Murphy T J Whelan and Thomas Plowman J p Chevalier Bernard Hannigan Knight of St Gregory died after at illness of three weeks duration dlt his residence In Derry H6 was dis tinguished by toe munificence olf his bferiefactlpna to religious am charitable purposes Patrick Ryan a farmer and well known hurler residing at Bally Patrick about five miles from Thurles was killed by a kick from s i young horse He was kicked In the Chest and died before medical alt could be summoned The Carlow Board of Guardians unanimously appointed Dr Thomas J OFarrell BorrlsInOssory as medical officer for the Bagenalstown dispensary district Dr OFarrell was also eelcted medical officer ol the Bagenalstown Hospital Robert Doyle K C Recorder of Galway addressing the grand Jury said he was extremely glad 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