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II PATRONIZE FIVE CENTS IMMIGRATION Statistics Shows That Kentucky iVBbycbticd by Imiiil i grants Congressman Langley Should Discover the Real Cause of This Easily iJiSuperior CouJudge hams Ex l ose of the Union Labor Bogey 1IGOTRY IS THE CHIEF CAUSE In discussing the proposed Immigration bill in the columns of the KentuclcyI Irish American last week it was pointed out that Kentucky recetvedut few of the immigrants due tothehostlle attitude of the Junior Ordjei of United American Mechanics the very small number of immigrants coming to this section shown in the report of the Immigration Bureau for the fiscal year end Ing June 30 of last year Out of 1107802 immigrants coming to this country only 0000 settled in the combined States of Virginia Ken tucky Tennessee and NdrthCarolln which is convincing evidence why these States are not progressing as fast as their sister States who have received thobulkot the Immigra Lion Congressman John W Lang ley of the Tenth Kentucky district in investigating the immigration question discovered that the immi grants arrIving at Baltimore were supplied with maps of the United States and that on these maps Ken tucky was marked with a blrfck spot this Intending to convey the meaning that Kentucky was an undesirable State for Immigrants but states tjiat he has no information as to who or what is responsible for the boy cott of Kentucky and considers It an injustice to the State The Investigation of Congressman Langley dOes not aee nto have been a very thorough one or he would have dis covered that the greatest opponents of immigration are the Junior Or der and furthermore this prder is reputed to be very strong In his OWB bII1 J 14 1 a tlon bill from a llabor standpoint In addressing an audience at Chicago recently Judge Hugo Pam of the Superior Court said in part We must first of all remember that the Immigrant who now comes over does not come to take the place of the skilled laborer He is of the unskilled class and comes to fill a need in our country Tim German the Irish the Scandinavian immi grant has vacated the place that the now immigrant comes to 1111 We will suffer if we close off the source that is supplying this want Nothing is more false than tho statement that the immigrant helps to lower Industrial and social conditions Turn to the South the most back ward section of the country The percentage of immigrants going there is the minimum Yet see what conditions Jrev tI there Child labor is not only tolerated but State assemblies refuse to pass a restric tion bill Women are slave driven working hours unlimited labor unions hardly known In the States where immigration is greatest child labor is not tolerated Illinois Is a fair example In the immigration States laboring hours have been re duced since 1872 in the woolen In dustry alone from fiftynine and sixty hours a week to fiftythree and fortyeight hours Among the socalled desirable citizens from Northern Europe only 10 per cent belong to organized labor while among the socalled undesirable im migrants 16 per cent support organized labor In the South 12 per cent of all labor is child labor In the great immigration States of New York and Massachusetts only 8 per cent and 37 per cent respectively of all labor are constituted by child labor They call the Italian Immi grant a bird of passage and say for Instance that after they dug the subway of Now York they took their hardearned coin back to Italy Yes It was declared but they left New York Its subway which Americans would not have dug Thus It can be seen from the above that the labor question is only a blind to hide the real feelings of the Junior Order and other kindred A P A societies their sole purpose being actuated by religious bigotry and If Congressman Langley or any of our civic or commercial organiza tions want to know the real cause of Kentuckys sloth in the march of progress it can be traced to the door of the Junior Order who are the real foes to its progress by their unAmerican campaign of religious bigotry BISHOP AT GAMES Bishop Harklns of Providence while visiting at Notre Dame University llast week was an interested spectator at the track meet between the teams of that Institution and of the Illinois Athletic Club While at the university the Bishop addressed the Eucharistic Guild at a banquet at which he was gueet of honor TDQINQ GRAND WORK TItISMtetyot tkePropAJationof- t l FftLot the JfrelidiffMM of Jfcw TTorJr fbuniied tn war MO fcr o f I Ii AMERICANtCardinal Farley has just issued Its annual report which shows that during the ten years of Its organiza tion the society in New York has become the largest contributor to the mission cause In the world Through Its help 243 churches and chapels were erected fourteen schools and four orphanages built fiftyone altars erected and fifteen priests educated In addition to many other works for missions hospitals orphans and Indians MISS CANT1 DEAD After three months of suffering borne with resignation and fortitude the soul of Miss Alice Canty went to its reward on Friday night of last week Miss Canty was the daughter ot Mrs Mary Canty 2502 West Wal nut street and wall so well known that it Is superfluous to speak here of her many good qualities For the past three months the deceased had received the tender care of those near and dear to her who hoped against hope while submissive to the will of God To the sadly bereaved mother for this Is the second of her children to be taken from her since her husbands death the sympathy of the community goes out Her mother Mrs Mary Canty five sisters Mrs Harry Leonard Mrs L Schumann and Misses Fannie Minnie and MadelineCanty and two brothers William and Joseph Canty sur vive her The funeral was con ducted Monday morning from the Sacred Heart church the solemn mass of requiem being celebrated by paidteallngexemplary life of the deceasedal- ife worthy of emulation MYSTERY EXPLAINED Persons living In the neighbor hpbd ot Seventh and St Catherine arid Twentieth and Bank streets had visions of kidnapping last Sunday owing to the mysterious actions ot three well known citizens and a securely closed automobile The creepingdownCatherine street und when It came to a stop near Seventh a short stout man was seen to hastily run out of the gate and jump into the ma chine following a signal of a toot from the auto horn Those in the West End neighborhood say the same scene was reenacted another short stout man fairly flying out of his rear entrance and entering the closed automobile It afterward de veloped that there were three short stout men inside a Captain of police a veterinary surgeon and a well known bookkeeper all three wearing dress suits anil beaver bats and were on their wyTto attend the r fIfflJatJMrsyingtift all therewerothobiThii ful tO exhibit their gay attire to public gaze BIG SURPRISE leswerethis past week when the marriage of Miss Mary Conroy and Joseph Stel tenpohl was announced they having been quietly wedded at St Cecilias church Tuesday morning with a nuptial mass at 6 oclock Rev FatherCraneiperforming the ceremony After the ceremony a wed ding breakfast for the immediate privatediningthe room being appropriately decor ated The bride is one of the lead ing church Workers of her district being prominently Identified with the Young Ladies Sodality of St Cecilias church and an energetic worker for other charitable enterprises The groom is connected with theiamouscils bachelor club whose ranks have become sadly depleted in the last year Mr Steltenpohl served several terms as Treasurer of Mackin Coun cil and has always been an active loader In local and State Y M I circles Amidst many congratulations the happy couple left Tuesday noon for a ten days honeymoon trip to Chicago and on their return will be at home to their friends at 350 North Twentysixth street Charley Raidy one of the old guard and survivors of the Baechelors Club Is marshaling his forces for a reception on their return TWO WEEKS MISSION The mission for women which Is the first of a two weeks mission to be given at St Louis Bortranda church will open at the 1030 oclock mass tomorrow morning a mission sermon being given at this againtomorrowrosary Instruction recitation of the rosary and a sermon beginning at 730 oclock Confessions will commence at 330 oclock on Tuesday and will be heard in the morning after the 5 and 8 oclock masses and again In the evening after the serv ices An indulgence of 200 days is granted for each exercise attended a plenary indulgence for those who attend at least one exorcise a da and a plenary indulgence in the form of the Papal blessing to all who have attended at least one exercise a day for five days who have worthily received the sacraments and who unite at the close in saying some prayers for the Holy Fathers intentions CARROLITON Dispatches received Monday from Washington announced that Con grossman Rouse had recommended Harry Grobmeyor for Postmaster at Carrollton andVitkat Senator James approved the recommendation Harry Grobmeyw is one of Car Utpne leading citizen and la1 well known hrougbout the State This will be welcome uewa to hto may friendtIL tIde city ThV eotumtolon of tW pmant 1ostnuiatr expireI March 7 1 i ARCHBISHOP ON WASHINGTON II- J 4 1 j Most Rev James J Keane D D Delivers Stirring and Patriotic Address Oil theLoye of Liberty and Government at W shjngtons Birthday Celebration I IandBanquet of Louisville Knights of Colum bus at tIe Seeibach following rlsi the address of Archbishop Keane Right Bev4Biehop Mr Chairman Rev Fathers and Follow Knights The good Bishops hopes must cer tainly prove true and be fulfilled I am reminded of an illustration used by a great New York orator on an occasion of a National Republican an unpopular thing in Louisville I think convention held at Minne apolis some years ago He said that during the progress of the civil war the Southern troops came to a swamp The order rang out Wade in and cross it After they had labored for some time with the mire one soldier turned to another and said Mike J think We have struck this thing lengthwise That Is how I have struck Louisville its hospitality Us geniality and its oratory Conviction Is one of the greatest forces of the world When tan idea Is taken into the mind of an individual it influences his life and character We become what we love If we know and love what Is true and pure and beautiful wo become true and pure and beautiful That is true of an Individual It Is true of a people An Idea that Is strong and fresh which gets into the heart of a people naturally and necessarily evolves a nation Tho people who loft Europe tossed by the harshness of despots and of despotic majorities sought kindly atmos pheres and broad freedom in Amer- Ica The idea to which they set their hearts grew and when the providence of 11 cited them to resist unjust aggression it offered them an opportunity to crystallze and give consistency to that great Idea liberty It might have lain dormant or died in the horning had it not found the mind and heart of a genius tog express It and energize the forces I that could give It free and open I field I II We look back now to the per Bpective ot another century and see thofIgure calm and stately Im ortal I he lives nQt hlonel In the JI gelf 0 ItQt 11t er fsKeil ira ftlo Hflassoclaled To wlfimh e progress and life of that Idea embodied in our constitution It orig- Inated largely with him and it gave him and his thought permanent home Washington and Liberty The one word calls up the other and the dual association evokes memories and stirs patriotism Liberty mans sacred Tight Liberty to live his life and to exercise his faculties to be himself Jo think his own thoughts not what he will but what he should To live It out and then to protect the fruits of his activity Freedomliberty means security In the exercise of these faculties In the play of these powers which make man That Is the individual But every individual has a social side He is born to live In society and for the exercise of liberty he needs protection Here are two things that are mutually repulsivepro tection and liberty Yet they must be brought into harmony Men associate and form a nation and recognize authority In order that they may have protection They give up a certain measure of their freedom They sacrifice some of their native liberty Authority is centralizing It naturally and necessarily tends to centralization That is Its danger And no society is pro tected against calamity by mere majority Democracies have been autocratic despotic and govern ments despotic in form have been magnificently liberal in administration and in the exercise of power So that mere majority Is no protec Lion and consequently no guaranty of a continuance of liberty Athens went to ruin under the great liberal majorities in the days of Eubulus Majorities helped Rome to ruin Her life was stopped before the barbarian hordes devastated her fair plains Majorities paralyzed the heart of Spain In the seventeenth century and majorities grew drunk upon the blood spilled In the name of liberty in France in the eighteenth century The majority awoke from its dream to realize that there was less of liberty and less of fraternity than there had been be fore the cataclysm Power is the same whether It Is vested In a King pr Emperor or a President It tends to centralization to the destruction of Individuality and when majorities agai9tIncidentalgiving up a birthright which may greaterthegovernment in Its relation to foreign powers but tho weaker it is as regards national development The framers ot the constitution ave us the largest liberty com oatlble with a fair measure of security We have never beer yetthet he marvel of modern times ecd nomical educational and aesthetic ind the development of true citizen becaulItereneasure of initiative He hu oiwcioueneM of personal response MUty nd feels that dignity which jI he proudest Inheritance of the Ire ianIiAre we parted from tie old way hr is a growing jwhool la or owtrf ffUeM pd to U the Stt to Interfet to a thouwnd l t orftj things that were catef for in some way in the past byfree association or by strong individuality Itv may be a blessing If ItftJa It Is a bless ing of an hour which must become the curse of the futjire We are re stricting association the rights of association I beIiptethat the great power secured by rijalth to those who possess it needs some restric tion hut I fancy IIt should not be constitutional Por any restriction of association will necessarily limit the freedom of actftn of the indi vidual curtail his liberty and Increase the number of State func tionaries Now evry increase of State functionaries to diverting from nobler purposes touch of the best talent of the country because It is multiplying officeseekers who sac rifice the right to Individual thought principlesAndingtons lIhterpretitlon of the thought and uhtru to lhis forecast of the future The country Is encouraged along that line of activity by the loud call lit foreign speech that Is heard acrosB the continent In the name of liberty now they ask the State to become a foundling house and to take away from the father solicitude for his honje dee nying him the right to posses in struments of gain and the right to distribute the natural product of his energy What must result tHorns Is home strong in Its beautiful Influences just because of the relations which depend upon the dependence of the children on the wageearrier It Is the fatheVs safe tO1unsoiallifeence piety and defotedness which continue the characteristics of the individual family and give the beauty of purity to a free petipfe And just as It tendsto destroy fam lly life by taking away from the father all solicitude tlndjcare for tbef morrow so does Itt jfdtaeetroyl- iberty have said II 1ffJrjiIIuralJYentra1f7r rl decelig U tencroacIitei Ol e ae sTh Individual rights and Individual privileges It tends to yield only In those things that are absolutely necessary for good order It tends to keep In the hands of the Individual and associations the Instru ments of production A good man has a right to his own activity He has a right to a reasonable share of the product of his activity That Is a natural right prior to any social contract Because a man before he was social was an individual The rights thatare his by virtue of nature and prior to his social life are his Inalienably So liberty and property are mutually Involved If one must be sacrificed the other is lost That was well Illustrated in one of our great papers during the Balkan war At the head of a lead Ing column one morning appeared the words The Balkan Farmers Are Irresistible There were men made free by rights of property re sisting professional soldiery mar shaled by the high authority of State There were free men pitted In the field against slaves Arid free men are heroes Why Be cause there are interests that are sacred Home country mean much to one who has a share In the countrys wealth property and powerHome and country mean nothing to the slaves And for me I should rather any day be a halffed freeman than a glutted slave Is there any reason for this alarm I have also studied care fully the growth of a certain idea and policy within the last twenty years We are welcoming I think too heartily too much State Inter ference with our personal affairs and consequently with our individual liberty We are encouraging the State to Its strict association of rights and powbr I grant It is nec essary because of the selfishness of man but I sincerely hope that It may never Influence the majority In this our country so as to Incor porate such restrictions Into what I call the constitution Men are ex cited by their cycle of abuse There are few who have an opportunity to learn the benefits and blessings to this country of capitalized wealth It has created a haven for peace and a home of plenty for the starv- Ing multitude of Europe Capitalized wealth has opened up the treasuries of America a good half century be fore they would have been touched If the development had depended upon the State action And If there were great gains there were also a lot of risks and only capitalized wealth will risk I have seen valleys made to blossom from rough rooks granite mountains pierced hidden treasures produced from what recently were unknown lands to enrich the multi tude and when I ask who Is It that has created this empire of oppor unIty I am told it Is Mr Hill Mr Harriman or11ls predecessors J enow there are many tOl1pbrall heir beneficent deeds But all ar brown together hotchpotch for in Mserlmjnate denunciation WewerE Teaching a solutlo1 wentyflve yam aGlhentliN real Interests Involving power KB with w ps hU by few Noa I1la l vhuUne oftrdttftrjr the nrilnwjh of Amrlw re I cfT owned by between two and three million of our citizens becoming more and more popularized day by day because of that Instinct of self preservation and the stirrings of our righteousness for Individual liberty and the continuance of that blessed Influence of freedom secured for us by the constitution and continued in the tradition of a hundred years Men are not made virtuous by legislation No man becomes a saint by secular training Law alms to direct external action that it may not infringe the sacred Tights of individuals But to make a people virtuous you must secure the Influ ence of some force that will appeal to conscience Ruskin says that the great cities of Athens Rome Venice and Naples secured their ascendancy and maintained their power to teach the world wisdom by and so long as they were conscious ota presiding Deity which dwelt In the Acropolis the Capitol or the great Cathedrals of St Mark and St Peter It would be quite an easy to show that the period of decadence sot In when that faith was repudiated and as the dependence of man upon God and religion was forgotten We need not emasculate that great heirloom which has built up the most wonderful people the worlji has known a people great in enter prise in courage in chivalrous de votion to high Ideals There are other remedies fpr present evils The great source of uneasiness that which leads through Its un selfishI ness some that will cure its causes and yet leavfe the power of Initiative to honest Individuals There is no power to effect that change but the power of religion and that Is why the Christian church has always been a popular Institution protecting and encoufaglhg the parents of- t4epeor stirring external resistance to arbitrary encroachments of the encrOsojiIftpan Iflr big ilzj res t ag 1of 11Ye ilid tSOlT 0 lie horse and the stag They roamed over a common field and In occasional conflicts the horse suffered defeat Yet he had a large measute of liberty He might have gone unmolested if he had had the wisdom to keep his place and know his limitations But disheartened by his lack of success he asked the man to lead him to victory He was bridled and saddled and the man vaulted upon his back and took after the stag and killed the victor The horse rejoiced In the victory but discovered that he was a slave Bridled still the fields were no longer his If Individuals are put to some little imaginary inconvenience be cause men of genius and courage have taken advantage of economic conditions and acquired power the individual who feels that he suffers Is unwise If he asks the State to take his part It may curb ambition and restrict the power of Initiative but he will awake from his dream only to realize that he has become more enslaved I have no patience with the illogical promises of Socialism promising millennium of freedom Once an individual lets the State put a rope around his neck It deprives him of all source of power and that product of liberty the safe guard of private property I am Impatient with it because it Is not the remedy and can not fulfill Its promises I would ask fair America In this hour of trialfor methinks It is a hour of trial for that force has heen growing alarmingly and our National Government has been yielding to the pressure of the in fluence and the clamor of the pro test restricting associations and cur tailing activities of Individual a- nergyI would ask fair America to look into the past and ask itself to night on Its anniversary of Its great father whether It fancies the future with less liberty iis to be more pros perous and happier than the blessed pastI need not remind you of the great social task which the author of Christianity said was the liberation of the individual from the tyranny of the State Men were slaves They were all slaves because they had a wrong idea It was wrong because it was false The highest ambition of the Roman was to serve his country and his greatest and highest act of devotion was the worship of the Empercr Ho was subservient for he knew not his Worth I am a Roman citizen was his loudest and highest boast lit was Into that world that the Nazarene looked when He said I will set men free Through what nstrumentallty War No He jade the disciple who drew the Word on that mysterious night in he garden Put that sword in U- Ptcabbard He who draweth thf word by the sword shall perish Vas it by legislation No not br egjslatlon How then You shal now tho truth and the truth shaV- et you free The Greek philoso hers and the Roman stateemei sard the new gospel He echoed Igher truth than this I am oraan citizen you area citizen o- it eternal sky He Razed upon tr- tterea rage of tjheheggar hey wl1 ta the treeUpof a Mqueetere village and hhafor I7ieratad IA 1torI perfect citizen of the kingdom of eternal peace and the proudest philosopher of Athens when the light broke In upon his mind saw the new light human dignity and ha venerated not the powerful alone but the poor all his brothers in God That false Ideal and false philosophy which exaggerates the civil relation of the Individual had destroyed the old Idea of domestic society Woman had become a chattel She had no rights because the philosophy and best thought of the day regarded her as an inferior being Under the most perfect form of law she might have been sold at any hour and on any pretext and when the man who was her master died she became the personal prop erty of an older son Hers too perhaps but yet her master A man or woman Is not a slave by wearing chains Men or women are slaves I when their spirits are broken when they acquiesce in the misery of their condition and have lost hope and lost ambition in the world and in that day there was no higher hope there was no stirring of ambition for better things until the light and grace of the Nazarene stirred the conscience of the slaves into a realization of human worth measured not by earthly standard but by divine Then man began to Yardhis helpmeet as his equal Wise not only In speculation but in the choice of expedients and they threw the Amazon the harsh brutal woman from the pedestal and niche of honor and enthroned there the sweet Irre sistible form of the Virgin Mother of the Incarnate God Passing men gazed and as they looked they saw tho lips move evangelizing and bringing to their thoughts arid hearts this new truth that woman was mans equal she was mans superior Once man understood his dignity he respected his fellowman and that mutual respect growing of better knowledge than pagan philosophy ever thought Introduced Into the world a new force a new light of itself shining and the steel manacles melted from the slaves and the world was a great brotherhood And now all can gather at the foot of the same altar and feel their hearts unite in the common love of the common Father the Father of all the units of the racp- Gulzot who loved not the Chris tian creed testified as the hlsTtdilip Had It not been for that Christian church the world would have a hundred times been crushed beneath tvl UPP tablo weight of I materialism if r thITi t republIc KOOti Jat fdt1i e i that walks out into fhtsgenOration from the page of the gospel Hear that great truth which solves the social problem of a more hopeless ageLearn to respect one another and through common mutual respect yield not to the Impulses of right eousness and we shall continue In the possession of our cherished liberties With the Incentives of exceptional gains stimulating men of superior talent to greater efforts we shall go on from progress to progress under the leadership and expert direction of those who must be exceptional in every generation There are not many at any time who create new Ideals There are not many who can crystallze the best impulses of a generation to further any great high project They are the few And that exceptional talent Is discovered only when exceptional reward is offered tor Its exercise and development and the entire gain of the community is enhanced by the greater talent of the few Take away from men that Incentive tell them tomorrow that the State must own and control all sources of gain and product the machinery of the country you Intend to make them equal but you reduce and lower their earning power and In the end you pauperize the people by robbing them of that one great source of greatness exceptional talent or heroic endeavor tAway then with this new revolu tionary spirit For me I kiss the blessed constitution which has so benefited not the citizens of one Commonwealth but the people of the world through four or five generations and which has proved by Its workings that It Is capable of still advancing the Interests of the race and making for them a brighter and happier world I shall not detain you longer Our constitution is the embodiment of an idea The constitution is not a law it is rather an idea It was con ceived In liberty It was formed to safeguard that great fact which excited the fathers of anteRevolu tionary days to give their hearts to Achievements that they and the world might profit by their sacrifices and be made happier and better In fruits of their victory the embodiment 4n action of the glorious conception ot the largest measure of personal liberty possible with a minimum of government FORTY HOURS In this city the Forty Hours devo tions begin tomorrow morning with the high mass In St Cecilias church under the direction of Rot Robert Craney and Rev Francis OConnor They will continue until Tuesday and at tho evening services on Sun day and Monday there will be special sermons plAN OF LAW Joseph Callahan a Catholic Irish American and until recently pro departnientotNotre I appointed dean of the College ot Law at Ohio Northern Ada Oho Helis the tint Catholic it is Mid to told a profcworakip In that intitu lion 4 tVgDd PRJNlfN nUT CLASS weK Give TIii Office YoHr Next Order DEMOCRATS Amazed at Dictatorial Policy of the Louisville Courier Joiiriml Abuse of Magistrates and Legislator Not Relished by Democrats Courier Journal Record of Dem ocracy Not Consistent or Loyal PROHIBITION GIVEN A JOLT Louisville and Jefferson county Democrats are amazed at the as theCourierJournal Magistrates theialdemantimidate the Legislative members threateningthemcratic part and the withdrawal of otterforfromMagistratesSchulmanMuennlnghoff theLegislative saysThe for andtItatlargewas concerned by the CourierJour nal which Is neither a Dull Mooser oflongerested devotion THAN THE WORTH ArTHEHERE QUOTED This is a pretty nervy assertion coming from a paper which not so nationalDemocraticsupportedPalmerMugwump1rcto lnKun the Democratic party and Its chancesj while some of the above CourierJournalwerGloyalY I tnthe artYJladlrecrQlltrdl tJ H tI ii f4M riirJ ig h n4ag 1 nuo lnlonof many Democrats the feeblo suppprt given the Democratic ticket by the Courler Journal and its evening appendage in the last cam paign does not consistently entitle It to assume the role of dictator to the members of the Legislature or tho Democratic organization There Is no denying the fact that the past management of Fiscal Court affairs could have been Improved upon but the small haphazard vote taken in the heat of a municipal cam paign does not represent a crying demand for the summary dismissal of the Magistrates chosen by big majorities and It Is pretty near a safe assertion that It the question was left to the whole of the voters an opinion would be registered in1 favor of tho Magistrates completing the terms to which they were elected nor is the average voter In sympathy with special train junketing trips ta have them removed or their duties curtailedQuite a setback was given to the rabid Prohibitionist bills otthepresent Legislative session when the called for report of Auditor Bos worth was read Thursday showing that the liquor Industries pay annually to the State the sum of 57125415 and their taxable prop erty is listed at 852171205 and in the event ot the disruption of this industry it wpuld take an Increased tax rate of six cents on the dollar to make up the deficit In addition it might also be stated that this in dustry pays to the counties the samo amount of county taxes as the sum paid the State This statement should serve to put a quietus on rabid bills being Introduced as well as the select coterie of State politicians Who are agitatingl this question for selfadvancement of their political schemes or aspira tions i a CARRIOK FACED DISASTER From CarrlckonShannon Ire land came news Sunday that a quak- Ing mass of bog several square miles In area was on the move in the neighborhood of Carrlck and the panicstricken inhabitants of the countryside wdre fleeing before the threatening disaster The bog slide has been brought about by abnormal rains Many thousands of lIin the counties of Leltrlm and Roscom mon are submerged and the roads are impassable except in boats The people In many instances have been Isolated from communication with their neighbors owing to the Shan non breaking its banks The flooded stream is carrying many carcasses of cattle and other livestock while hay tacks and outhouses as well as farm Implements have been washed away The shifting hog bears tho appear nce of a treacherous morass broken up by hugo fissures filled with water Desperate efforts are being made to drain away enough water to aheck the advance of the maya CONVERT BECOMES PASTOR The Rev Russell J Wilbur for lerly Archdeacon of lht Protestafct Iplecopfll diocese pt Fond du Lcas returned from the A Berlo a CW ge Rome ome fctotafcMit 8tLooutI i SfftW miWfcv i UU Kiv f KBNTUeKYX I8a AMERIOAN t It K T1fiMLRI6fiNT CatbelkseeiedOfBclaUr Indorsed by AmcUnt Order of Hlbernlani Young Mtno Institute and CatnoHc Kalghts of America JCKNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN flINTINQCOIBcorporated PuYIIhr SUBSCRIPTION PRICES ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLES toP gc i BnUrd al ta LratovUU PMtattn aI ladClul nUor AMriH ill Conlidsatlns 116 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Qreei St 1914III4 4ATRIBUTE i Louis entucky Irish American dUe Uf- GentlemenEncloscl1 find check for t 2 one year In advance for your valuable paper I certainly would r 81gool1l81I and magazines but to be candid with l you I would rather read the good I Irish American than nggresIsireI truly l 1 JAS G SERBV Ashland Ky NOTE THIS The parochial schools were closed Monday in honor of the memory of GeOrge Wanhlngton Superintendent Holland Issued notice that there t91d if be no holiday for pupils of the public schools For his strange action no reason was given This is another instance showing that the Catholic schools teach patriotism asandreligion REASONS FOR FASTING Last Wednesday was the begin aining of Lent Lent begins ata closed grave an ashes strewn tri undii All seems gloom annihilation Dust thou art and to dust 4return mother church solemnly utters when she signs our sorrows with the symbol of our physical existence our material substanc T tile value a few grains of ashes But Lent closes in the presence of an opened grave and the pale whitet taco that on the Good Friday even Iing was framed In the darkness of Calvarys Mount is clothed in theI Impassible garb of risen glory Between the closed grave pad ills gar den tomb of the resurrection morn agn everlastin pendulumvibrating the I churchand ai children The spirit of Lent should z be for Catholics the spirit of self sacrifice and they should bend with reverent head to the churchs decree that desires strict abstinence and fasting knowing the divine law that rests upon its ordinance th antiquity of Its origin for as St Chrysostom says The command to fast was coeval with the creation of the world and man God forbade Adam and Eve to eat of a certain fruit of a particular tree in the Garden of Eden He wished to tes their power of abstinence and obedience to a Creators word No that In their Innocent state they needed the abnegation and mortification necessary to subdue the passions inherent in our present race as they were not until after the fall under their demoralizing Influence The command was to make them realize In feeling the deprivation of a surrounding pleasure their total d pendence on a Sovereign Maker We read In the Bible that David in t penitential raiment bewailed his sins fasting keeping long vigils of c prayer and supplication begging for giveness frcm an injured Jealous God Tho patriarchs prophets of tho old law fasted in atonement for the peoples sins St John the Baptist the father of Christian penitents his only food was locusts andwild honey his sole resting place a stone on the desert sands a rockhewn cavern in the wilderness Our Lord himself fasted for forty days in preparation for his public ministry TAKES DARK VIEW The paramount problem of Ulster and homo rule makes no visible progress toward settlement by con sent and therefore constitutes the oppositions chief hope of forcing a general election It is difficult to see how any way of peace can bet found out of the present deadlock and yet more difficult to imagine the pySelblllty of civil war In a country which say what we willl is more prosperous and easygoing on the whole titan any other part of the United Kingdom Speaking as an Jr JIli iwtka fairly wide know led of tie country and people the- talk of the politicians and the threat of flery agitators on both elites seem to J O P Bland fantas fie irreconcilable either with the facia of everyday lifeor the real t+wntafteptBi pf the people Catbolks orI ProUntarit It is impoBlbl for any t on iwbo bM lived in Ireland in re cea Sin to eacopa thet empklon this Ihbq Wtonalt asptreafoae of the- peantMr7 fundfheUfateroveaat A ers opposition thereto have alike I been excited and exaggerated in the arena of politics at Westminster j All the efforts of the opposition will be concentrated upon forcing a general election before the act becomes the law for the land for the simple reason that if by any means thenhome rule and disestablishment bills would have to be introduced afresh and pass through another three years of Parliament act procedure This is a feature of the situation not generally appreciated which points to the certainty of politics at high pressure for the next tour months A general election even if It re turned the Liberals to power would rob them of the fruits of all their labors of the last two years It Is WASTE Tin iit TLME The Pittsburgh Catholic regrets that our separated brethren at their meetings waste so much time and energy In attacking the Catholic church and in planning missions to us poor benighted Romanlsts When one considers how many millions in this country of ours make no pretence to believe in the Saviour who is common to Catholics and Protestants alike it seems as if efforts of our earnest friends might with greater profit be directed to ward them rather than the Catholics Britishers will not have anything to do with the PanamaPacific Exposition at San Francisco Sir Edward Grey Foreign Secretary said Tuesday to the House of Commons that the Government could not consider the matter Sir Edward also said the British Government had taken into full account the Im portance attached to tho matter With this action before them what will the hundred years of peace men howsay about Englands friendship for the United States this consideration which unites a Ministry often divided on minor questions on the determination to pursue its unswerving course de spite certain unmistakable symptoms of dissatisfaction in the urban con stituencies it is this which com pels the Government to hold the I coalition together at all costs FprIII precisely thesame reasons the tei compel a dissolution before the two great controvelsial bills make their way onto the statute book The Kentucky Irish American j representative met State Senator weektwho said Kentucky has too many nott good laws All of which Is very true Had we fewer laws and better enforcement matters would be more satisfactory all round It is quite certain that the forger the swindler and writer of the Black Hand letter have nothing to fear from the literacy test In the Immi I gration bill which has passed the I House of Representatives It is only the honest unlettered workman who Is discriminated against Suppose England had built the Panama canal through her own territory and with her own money would she Insist on submitting the matter of tolls to an international court ot arbitration We guess not Andrew Carnegie has given wo million dollars to be used for thoII promotion of peace through the 11giveI 11 c1urchesljj I The kind of an expluslon law that we need in this country 1S8 law excluding Jingoes and other kinds of J dangerous fanatics from membership in Congress Syracuse Herald I Italy has appropriated 400000 and will participate In the PanamaII Pacific Exposition And this without any hundred years of peace talk Make this Lent worth while Remember it may be your last on ruth NOTRE DAMEAMarch 4 will be a great Irish American day aV Notre Dame Uni versity On that day United States Senator Thomas F Walsh will present the university with the sword of Gen Thomas Francis Meaizher o1torHenBourkIeulogy on Gen Meagher and the glorious services of the Irteh IiImlnoli s rtJhi1 u 1 SOCIETY t ti tt + IJI i Misa Celia Laven Is spending two weeks IIn New York H G Spa1dlng was last week a I I guest of the Hoffman House In New j York City Mrs James Wathen has been entertaining as her guest Miss Eula Bradford of Lebanon j Thomas M Ryan the well known traveling man left Wednesday for a ten days trip to New York and the East I Mr and Mrs A Wathen returned Monday from their wedding trip and are at home in their apartment In the Milton I I T J Riley and John T Sweeney were among those from this city spending the past week at West Baden Springs Mrs John Buchart has returned to her home In Sellersburg after a visit to Mr and Mrs Lawrence Ford i In Jeffersonville Miss Virginia Murphy entertained Monday at her home In Windsor Place in honor of Miss Mary F Mullen or Parkersburg WVaI Mrs Sam McFarlan and daughter Clara Ruth and Mrs M Collins have returned from a visit to Mr and Mrs M B Tobin at Bowling Green I Miss Belle Gannon 2122 High avenue has returned from Boston Mass where slid was called by the I death of her brotherinlaw P W i Fay Elmer Borkenheim and wife of Now Albany have been spending the week hi New Orleans visiting rela I tives and witnessing the Mardi Gras carnival Miss Louise Walton who is com pleting her education in St Marys School Garden City L I will spend the Easter holidays with relatives In New York Anthony Monyhan who has been 111 his home In New Albany for IIImproved I I Mrs Charles H Knight enter tained a theater party Saturday fol lowed by ni luncheon at Kleins in honor of Mrs James L Newman and guests of Frankfort William B Curley the well known Illinois Central engineer is In New Orleans where he went to witness the Mardi Gras festivities and visit a number of friends Mrs D J Heffernan wife of Dep uty Sheriff Heffernan left Wednes day afternoon for Cincinnati where she was called on account of the critical Illness of Attorney Lowe Mrs John B Riley of Birming barn Ala has been spending thej week in NewAlbany called there on account of the illness of her mother Mrs John Klelnstlver 706 East Oak street Misses Helen Mapother and Francis Smyser who are attending- St Marys School at Garden City I toospend the Easter vacation with their I parents The marriage of Miss Margaret Sweeney and Albert C Lehring place Tuesday evening at the conven of St Lduis Bertrands church Only the family and immediate friends were present at the ceremonyII Registered at the New York hotels the past week were John J Crotty J L Lynch S J White C H Bax ter and Misses M Kelly M Hertle and Mrs C E Austin all representing Louisville dry goods houses Mr and Mrs Gus Smith enter tained a number of friends last Saturday night at their home 2100 Bank street In celebration of the third anniversary of their marriage The evening was devoted to music dancing and a bounteous supper Dr J Halpin OReilly announces the marriage of his daughter Miss Fannye Bess OReilly and Mark C Mowrey which was quietly sol emnized Tdesday afternoon at the rectory of the Cathedral of the Assumption The only attendant was Master Richard Gilbert nephew of I I the bride who acted as ring bearer Mr and Mrs Mowrey will make their home in Indianapolis Mrs W M McCullough was the guest of honor at a card party onJJ Friday given by Miss Julia Burns at TheJIfollowing Misses Ruth Fisher Margaret Flnnegan Mary Finnegan 1 Mary Breckel Fern McLaughlin Jean Smith Amelia Layer DessejI I Burns Anna Lea Wachtel Suo Cox of Middletown Miss Virginia Murphy was the hostess at a Charming Washington t tea Monday at her home in Windsor I place 3n honor of Miss Mary Mullen t of Parkersburg The home wasII artistically decoratedn Southern sJU lax and cut flowers the color scheme being In nose Miss Murphy was assisted In receiving by her I mother Mrs Daniel F Murphy I Miss Mullen and Miss Ruth OBrien Mrs Robert T Burke sister of the presided at the tea tab1e1 ssisting Miss Murhy were Miss Frances Careen Miss Marie SchoIU and Misges Hauer and BjJnetaMur phy About ventyffv8 guests were l presentoFIFTY SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN 1 The fifty graduate scholarships founded in the Catholic University of America by the Knights of Columbus re now epos to competitive exam Only young laymen who hy obtained the darewa ltaclsgloi of seta b4clielor ot uctotwt ort eorv rerpaudla Kru lijdla to- otllewecLcarakipf ptloa t- ptlitlli t I ONE DOLLAR month keeps you on the payroll in event of disability caused by sick ness or accident Can you afford to be without this pro tection be by preference Knights of Columbus or song of members of the order and must contemplate going on for the masters or doctors de gree In the schools of philosophy sciences letters or law Forms ot application may be obtained from the Right Rev Thomas Shahan D D Rector of the university until April 1 The candidate must present three certificatesfrom the Grand Knight of his council attesting his right to compete from his parish priest attesting good moral conduct and from the President or Secretary of his college attesting the graduate degree received IEM1IET NIGHT Division 1 A O H will next Tuesday night celebrate with appro prlatee exercises the birthday anni versary of Irelands martyr patriot Robert Emmet to which all members and friends of the divisions and aux cordiallybe held in Falls City Hall and will be attended by State and county of fleers AttorneyTT Kavanagh will be the speaker of the evening beIPatrick OSulllvan and Prof Leo Schmitl will direct the vocal and in strumental programme which will SchmittIbtiseHenley Miss Vivian Canary Daniel McCarthy Carl Bundschu and Maste- Robert Seymour Thomas Tarp will preside and looks for a large and enthusiastic gathering ST PATRICKS DAY The County Board A O H me last evening in fcertrand Hall to further complete the plans for the St Patricks day celebration which will take place at Macauleys Theater o Sunday evening March 16 With Lieut Gov E J McDermott to de liver an address as the feature of the evening a crowded house is sure to be the result In addition to the address there will be several vocal and instrumental numbers of Irish plcI for the first time The pictures em brace all of the different points oft Interest In Ireland and will be well1 Worth seeing Reserved seats are now on sale and can bo secured from any of the different Hibernian divis ion officers BECOMES LAWYER Young George K Dehler son of Col Charles P Dehler who is welli known in society and business cir attorneyLastt rigid examination the i result off which was most pleasing to the Judges and his friends Attorney Dehler at once became associated with Kohn Brigham Schloss Spindle and a bright future Is pre dieted for him In his chosen profes sion for which he seems in every way fitted UMPIRE BARRETT Hon George B Barrett membe- of the Legislature from the First- I ward has just been appointed um pire in the Eastern Baseball League and at the close of the Legislative session will begin training for the hitm many friends are sorry to miss his con genial company especially the con tlngent who Inhabit the third base section at Eclipse Park receiving the benefit of the correctness or Incor redness of each decision GENEROUS BEQUESTS Martin J Norton in his last will and testament dated December 31 1913 orders that 600 be set aside for a monument on his grave and 100 for masses Thee Little Sisters of the Poor are bequeathed 1000 Mrs Carrie Edelen is to receive 2000 and the rest of the property is to be divided between the children of his deceased brother Mike Norton and children of his sister Mary Norton Harrigan His niece Jennie Harrigan Is appointed executrix INJURED WHILE COASTING IDennis Ryan was seriously Injured while coasting with friends Monday night and came near suffering the loss of his eyes The accident hap pened in the Highlands vhen he lost control of the sleigh he was riding and ran Into a barbed wire fence his head and face being badly cut Mr Ryan was at once removed to the Jewish Hospital where it Is said no ill effects will result from the accident LADIES ARE ELATED Mrs David Welsh and the ladies of the Cathedral Altar Society are elated over the success pf their en tertainment on Tuesday in Cathedral HallSolargQ was the attendance that many were unable to find place In the games that were played The Altar Society feels grateful to Its friends for their generous support laURT BY FALL Edmund Gerst is at his home a victim of the recent icy spell suffer lag from a broken leg Monday he sUpped and sustained a hard fall and when examined it was found the bone was fractured He is now test ing easy but It will be several before he will be able to b3 ut RAISED TO DEACON h raaynhi students for the prloftihMd were raeedtol deaeonsklp atlSf MelnraiTir ik Jinary by the flight JteV+ BMiep Cnartraad of Ja diaaapelifl arrehtllo Dumber being Jpfti Palloa wfcf will to ordained tar= the Ioaae gs oesetlme li70rr i o I TRANSYLVANIALSixth Floor Paul Jones Building IMHfflt OP COLUMBUS Ute News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where t Nebraska has twenty councils Calumet Council of Chicago is the largest In the world having a mem bership of 1786 Plans are under way for a new council that will include the entire territory of Cranston R I Judge Ben Lindsey the Juvenile Court jurist will speak before the Knights of Denver on March 17 Sixty candidates received the three degrees last Sunday at Kokomo Ind The Hoosier Knights are certainly going some Grand Knight David Enright con ferred the second degree on sixty seven candidates for Union Council at Syracuse The twelfth semiannual dividend has been declared and paid by the Knights Building Association of Kenosha Wis The new council instituted last Sunday at Beatrice Neb started with fifty members Bishop Then attended the banquet following the initiationThe of Cheyenne have recently purchased a block of ground andrformed a building association They are very much alive Evansville Knights are being con gratulated for the lectures under their auspices for nonCatholics Father Conway the eminent Paul questiontFrankfort Council gave a lunch eo smoker Monday night at tnef Frankfort Hotel in compliment to Legislan ture who belong to the order RECENT DEATHS Sympathy of many friends go out to Charles and Caroline Klapheke 1015 Baxter avenue on the death of their infant daughter Virginia Vic toria whose funeral was held Satur day afternoon Peter McCue an aged and respected resident of Louisville died Saturday evening at the home of his daughter Mrs John Morris 616 South Twentieth street His funeral was held Monday morning from the Sacred Heart church Rev Patrick Walsh being the celebrant of the high mass of requiem The funeral of Mrs Susie Huklll Dawson wife of James Dawson a grocer on the Seventhstreet road took place Wednesday morning from St Anns church Father John Hill officiating at the mass of requiem Mrs Dawson was only twentyseven years old and her death has caused profound grief among her many friends i Mrs Mary Cullinan aged sixty years and long a resident of Louisville died last Monday mourned by a wide circle of friends and ac quaintances She was the widow of Thomas Cullinan and made her HrBreunig 1736 Frankfort avenue Her funeral occurred Wednesday from the Church of the Blessed Sacrament Rev Father OSullivan conducting the solemn services I Funeral services over the remains of Mrs Maggie Snyder beloved wife of John Snyder of the No J Engine Company were held Monday morn ng from St Johns church Father Schuhmann celebrating the requiem mass Mrs Snyder had been a pa tient sufferer for two months at her home 804 South Shelby street and was fully prepared for the summons that called her into eternity Besides her husband she leaves one son William Snyder and three daughters Misses Lula Sallie and Mayme Snyder Seldom does a community receive a more severe shock than that of the death of Mrs Adele Kainpfmueller Pflngst which occurred suddenly Saturday night in her apartment in the Weisslnger Gaulbert Mrs Pfingst was a member of the Cathe dral congregation and for years had been prominent in society circles Besides her husband she is survived by two small daughters Mary Frances and Adele Uarda Pfingst her mother two sisters Mrs George Hoertz Jr of Louisville and Mrs Charles W JoneS of Portland Ore and a brother Harry Kampfmueller of Louisville She was the daughter of the late Dr Ernest Kampfmueller who was a druggist at Seventh street and rBoadway Tho funeral was held Tuesday morning from the Cathedral attended by a large concourse of mourning friends and relatives HAPPY EVENT A pleasant event of last week was the celebration of her eightyfourth birthday anniversary by Mrs Eliza beth Ryan ono of the oldest and most esteemed residents of the city of Bellevue at her residence 3 Glen wood avenue on Friday night Mrs Ryan has been a resident of Bellevue for the past sixty years and is the widow of the late William J RyanI who was a member of the first Coun cil elected la the city after its Incorporation fifty years ago The home was beautifully decorated under the direction of her daughter Mrs Frank Griffin of Covington Four generations were represented among the guests four children eleven grandchildren and fourteen great grandchildren Those entwere- Mr and Mrs William Ryan Spencer Ryan H N Ryan Mr anH Mrs Frank Griffin of Covington Mr and Mrs George Vanderventer and tam Iily Mr and Mrs Robert Venn and family Mr and Mrs Charles Ryan and family Mr and Mrs William Spalding Mf and Mrs Omar BtubM Charles4rimmeleen 1 OriameiaeeqWfiiieas ilia Walter L RyaaaatfeibitIy i- Ii t CASUALTY INSURANCE I CASINO AND ORPHEUM FIR6T RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Louisvile Catering especially to Ladies and Children Under the same management Presenting only the stand ard productions historic dramatic and comic Men s 1250 and 1500 i s Suits d i AT tIVYSTODAY FOR tc i r r 77 LALIESGET READY FOR EASTER Bring your old straw hats and have them cleaned dyed and reshaped Thirty latest styles to select frpni Hemp hats a specialty Feathers cleaned and curled FALLS CITY STRAW WORKS 713 West Jefferson Street North Side r UQI The Last DollarT- hat1m Iyou spent for something you did not NEED would have started a n SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear interest COMPOUNDED III twice a year There MAY COME a time wbea your LAST DOLLAR must be spent for sometbiag you DO NEED The SAVING now of the dollars you are wasting might keep that hard time from ever coming J Ky Title Savings Bank and Trust Co Fifth and Court PlaceI Open Daily Until 3 p m iliJiIi iliii fVg lI The Rev GOLDEN JUBILEEI I potill the beloved pastor of St Mary Magdalens church who is now eightysix years old will next Sep tember celebrate the golden jubilee of his ordination to the priesthood Despite hiss years Father William Is still active and Is looked upon as one of the young old priests of diocese theII I HIBERNIAN CELEBRATION Monday night Division 3 A 6 H will hold a general meeting in their hall at Nineteenth and Portland ave nue in celebration of the new home for which they extend an Invitation to all Hibernians President Maloney and the Trustees will ar range the programme and those who attend are sure to spend a most enjoyable evening CONDUCTED RETREATS I The Rev Clotus Brady C P rector of the Sacred Heart Retreat Newburg road last week conducted the annual spiritual retreat for the Passlonlst community at Holy Cross Monastery Cincinnati The Rev Benedict Hanly C pconducted the annual retreat for the community at Normandy St Louis PRIZES AWARDED At the social given for the benefit of St Aloysius church Pewee Val ley on February 4 the following prizes were awarded Mrs Peter Zoeller OBannon shirt waist Mrs T Palmer Louisville silk dress Mrs Herman Blatz Louisville 6 in gojd INTO SOLDIERS HOME Thomas J Grogan an aged res ident of New Albany and a veteran of tho civil warlett Tuesday to enter the National Soldiers Home at Marlon Ind where be expects to spend his remaining days- COVAk1QT0Itl Martin Zimmer Jri twentyone ton of Martin Zimmer a well known Covington newspaper man mured aj UoeMfl fttturday to merry Mist Nora1 Pltepttrtek aged eighteen ails at I t GAYETY THEATER 8al Wllk CoxrauBolnff Sunday Matln e Return Engagement MUTT and JEFF IN PANAMA Late Song Hits and Big Chorus IA comedy production that has made everywhere has played to overcrowded bouses Carefully selected company and original stage setting PRICES Sunday Matinee lOc 2Ec lEof and 50C Tuesday Thursday and Satur day Matinees 1000 seats at 25 x Night lOc 25c 35c 500 and 76c iN co THEATERS 5 TIO3STAFifth L IREAL VAUDEVILLE HEADLINE OFFERING Fields and Lewis Funniest Act In Vaudeville MAZEPPAT- he Horse With a Human Brain Splendid Picture Production oftiThe Merchant of Veni- ce5OTHER STAR ACTSS JUatiaco All Seats lOo Night nd2Oo La Dinette Restaurant 412 WEST WALNUT Famous For Good Things to Eat Ladies Dining Room in the rearWe guarantee prompt service and every attention Bailey t Baumgardnir Propra WANTED Clerical position by young man formerly book keeper also clerked in a bank Phone City 946 thateltYIhe ceremony was pet+ formed in the evening at the par= seams M lit Patricks etwre NTUOKY 9i 1RT AMERIOAN GRAN W SMITHS SONI1 PROPiiAL S SMITH Funeral IBOTHI i 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET itTHOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmerf 1221 WEST MARKET STREET TELEPHONE CITY 365 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071y J J BARRETTS SONS s FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS I 822 ost Main Street 11 J t t HMMH DOUGHERTY McELLIOlT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOTH PHONSS Cumb Main SOOSn Homo City 290S OLD FORTUNArBQURBON THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO INCORPORATED DISTILLERS WINE MERCHANTS 40 sa f Jot t 1 1 iHHH I S ill 101 It II U I U J 1 + oraHr + astr roHo FINE WINDS OHAMPAGNES I AL KOLB323 West Green LIQUORS Strectii +HJooI t J t 10+++01101 I I I JH 1 t II IIo + oIIIz+oI1oO1 I + prlq 1 i iwalR BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky IH = BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses tleleotropetEtc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE BoUt PfctlUB 223 HERRMANN BROS 1PoRTint FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal en in Finest Braids of Kea tacky Whiskies pecia- UyPearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND 1Nheg1IUt 114 SIXTH STREET CENTRAL FURNITURE CB s Incorporated N W Cr Third u41r M Sts We hirahn the koaie cem pkte M Mty pay teite WM CAIUMAN Mgr t Safes1eo4U All the lateand sew Styles and ShapesI cam be found here at reasonable prices Call and see us tn 7erl07 r fiuo Uom that willl Dugs theca fer Bra ST XAVIERS COLLEGE MS W BrefUhray luoairrflls XT- Cenduetet by the Xaverton Brother Cla0le l BeUnUflo and Baalneoi Courses Preparatory Departwent Lari f Bwlmralnc Pool Wall Kqulpp Oynaa liM Tnart MotcrtMe Ere Jsun XMr ANNUAL RETREAT The annual spiritual retreat of the Passionlst community at the Sacred Heart Retreat Newburg road Which11I came to a solemn close this week I was conducted by the Rev Yatt Miller of the Immaculate ewI tloa church Cincinnati Matthew is a brother of the Henry Miller who was formerly roe tor here of the Sacred Heart Retreat FIPT110TU BIRTHDAY The Right Rev John T Carroll Bishop o Helena Mont and Con gressman Michael Ikmohoe of the Fifth Pefiiwylavala ware born ion WMhingtoiti UrtMdaft sad lee t Sunday they both MMmtU4 tJau tlftleth1IDI rysuy- i i KOfCI I Hold Glorious Celebration in Honorof AVtiHhingtons- Birtlfclay Confer Fourth Degree on Class of Nearly a Hundred Candidates High Church Dignitaries Grace the Banquet With Their Presence RED LETTER DAY FOR ORDER Last Sunday was assuredly a red letter day for the Knights ol Colum bus of Louisville and Kentucky whose celebration of Washingtons birthday reflects the greatest credit on both the Commonwealth and the order During the afternoon the Fourth Degreo Assembly had an exemplification for a class of about a hundred candidates that was ad mittedly the best ever witnessed in this section of Kentucky The ceremonies were largely attended many of the Catholic clergy of this and other dioceses being present In addi tion to Archbishop Keane Bishop ODonaghue and Right Rev Edmund Obrecht who were guests of honor When the exemplification had been completed a banquet followed at the Seelbach where covers were laid for between 300 and 40Q Grace was offered by the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue who with Archbishop Keane Abbot Obrecht the Rev Fathers James P Cronin Patrick Monaghan Charles P Raffo Rudolph Ruff Edward Boea George Connor William Gausepohl Peter Brelntner Eugene Bertello occupied places on a raised platform with Grand Knight Decker Dr J W Fowler John P Hanley Lieut Gov McDermott Robert Watson and others When Justice had been done the menu Dr J W Fowler expressed the delight afforded by the presence of the hierarchy and clergy which was an Inspiration and then paying McDermottGovernor as toastmaster Gov McDermott happily ack nowledged the honor and then in a patriotic address In which he paid tribute to Washington and the con stitution deplored the tendency to ward State interference In the private affairs of Individuals This Is a tendency he declared which threatens to undo all the work that Washington and his farseeing as sociates accomplished It threatens to impair the working principle of personal liberty There Is a popular approval of the Idea of government detailRcynforindiscarded by Washington and his associates more than a hundred years ago Mr McDermott deplored the growing willingness for changes In the constitution The feeling grows he said that the constitution was made only for the needs of those early days and that it can be changed In these latter days without impairment of national integrity This belief he declared to be both false and dangerous It Is no answer he said to say that the con stitution Is out of date Those who find the constitution out of date he declared will find also the Ten Commandments out of date Men of small caliber Iin these latter days are ready to change the constitution In any particular If such a course is given headway one change will lead to another and this to another until there Is no telling what the end will be He declared that men are not swayed by weighty arguments but by the dogmas of great per sonalities that they respect and that the need of today was for a man of Washingtons typo and measurement to cry a halt In the popular move ment toward bureaucracy and point the people back to the Ideal of personal liberty The toastmaster presented Bishop ODonaghue who esteemed it a great pleasure to introduce fie Grace Archbishop Keane who he hoped would depart with pleasant recol lections of the Knights of Columbus and Louisville The address of the Archbishop appears In another col umn and we commend Its careful perusal to our readers INTO THE FOLD f Hon Hannis Taylor diplomat and prominent counsel has become a convert to the Catholic church Mr Taylor has been special counsel for beforetheStatesdieInternationallaw CONSECRATED The Right Hey Henry Althoff theblocesesecrated Tuesday Archbishop Quigley of Chicago was the con- secrator and Bishop Schrembs of Toledo preached the sermon The ceremony was witnessed by a large gathering of the clergy BELLEVUE The marriage of Miss Ella Mech toBaallatAnthonysKehbe was celebrant of the nuptial mass and performed the ceremony CENTENARY This year the old Plaza Church of Our LadY of the Angels Los Angeles Cal will observe its centenary In commemoration of the 4vfat the iltorjc 4ito lJs b inz restored The soulltone WM klIVt 1814 but 1JJat11UUI COMMISSION ORGANIZED According to spefal dispatches from Milwaukee where Archbishop Messmer has taken interest In the movement the Roman Catholics in the United States are leading their coreligionists In all the world in ttie founding of the first Catholic Social Service Commission The name and I plan of work are the same as those of the Protestant Commissions The movement began with the American Federation of Catholic Societies and the first conference on the subject of such service was held In Louisville following the Federation national convention in that city Now the commission comes into existence with Trustees and a Secretary with headquarters In Milwaukee It Is announced that this new commission will not try to organize commissions In other dioceses but will limit Its work for the present to news and literature The aim is to crystallize Catholic sentiment In favor of such work It is proposed a little later to hold conferences in different cities and eventually to establish if possible a School of Social Service that will train national lecturers and workersDECLINES TO DISCLOSE In the House of Commons on Tuesday the opposition tried to ob tain from Premier Asquith a dis closure of the concessions to be offered to Ulster In the home rule bill by supporting a resolution in troduced by Bertram G Falle the Unionist member for Portsmouth linperatlve that the Premier should submit his proposals without delay The Prime proposalssayingwas prepared to put forward Its sug gestions at the earliest moment that they could bo adequately considered by the House which would be before Easter The Government he de supplicatetorwhite flag of surrender To his followers he would say that the Gov ernment was not going to betray a great cause at the eleventh hour EMBER DAYS Next Wednesday Friday and Saturday are the spring Ember days but workingmen and their fam ilies are allowed the use of flesh meat once on Wednesday and Saturday SHELBYVILLE M L Dubourg one of Shelby vllles most widely known residents who suffered a stroke of paralysis last Saturday continues to imfrove and his recovery is now confidently expected WEDDED ON SUNDAY Thomas McCrohan the popular clerk at tho National Hotell and Miss Ella Holleran both of Mt Sterling were married last Sunday at St Pat ricks church at that place Rev Father Edward Rohrer performing the ceremony TEDDYS FRIENDVI 0 Rev Walter J Power rector of St Dominic church at Oyster Bay L L who was stricken while celebrating mass death resulting within a few hours was the close friend of Col Theodore iRoosevelt Father Power would have been fifty years old next month and had been a priest since 1889 He was pastor at Oyster Bay for fourteen years- FOREST FIRE LOSSES Forest fires In the United States have caused an average annual loss of seventy human lives and the de struction of 25000000 worth of timber WOMEN MOST TROUBLE Mrs Katherine B Davis Commis sioner of Correction In New York City says that 100 women prisoners are more trouble than GOO men of fenders WORLDS GROWTH According to the Bureau of Universal I Statistics which has just an nounced Its figures for the year 1912 the population of the earth now Is slightly over 1900000000 an increase of 140000000 In the last four years Asia now has 933000000 Europe 484000000 Africa 188000000 America 187000000 Oceania 57000000 Other figures show a total of 625000 miles of railroads or enough to girdle the globe twenty five times FOR WOMANS EYEt Girdle bows are being made of netBeaded handbags are always in good style Scotch plaid will trim the new morning suits Point desprit makes some of the prettiest fichus Straw hats for spring are being Gdgejdj wltlj Jur The tub silk waists never go alto gether out of style The shapes of the new Jackets and fichus are endlessly varied Silk buttons and trimmings will be seen qn the new spring fichus Now the fascinating flesh tint iis seen even In marabou trimmings Flowered cotton crepe IB used even for young girls nightgowns White shadow lace and black net are used in neckwear for half mourn Ingf Somo of the new dress linens are like the silk crepes with broche figures Black soutache braided on bloc net is ono of the new ideas for half mourningBig I of satin and gold tissue are among the favored girdle flowers o for evening Cherry colored taffeta Is used for girdles and ravera oa white cotton olt frocks JL I pretty tort of neck filling 1IB plain net with a elilzlI tuck and hem stitcheddgaTlte Irt fiabi V ldr4 cottot erepea are bwrijc mate up wtt taffeta bindings n 1 i HARD WEEK IBut the Friends of Home Rule See No Reason For Alarm k Orange Threats Have Produced Little Results on British Electorate Feeling in All Quart As tans High Against Ulster Exclusion IRELAND PROVES STEADINESS Hon T P OConnors review Indi cates that the Government passed through another hard week Success of the Liberal candidate In PoplarI coming at the close of the week offset the loss of Bethnal Green and put resolution and confidence Into the Ministerial ranks The political situation undoubtedly will be af fected for the Orangemen overlook- Ing or denying the obvious facts will i make more extreme demands but as a matter of fact It is plain that Orange threats have produced little results on the British electorate and it Is certainly proved that no tidal wave against the Ministry and homo rule has as yet begun to show I itself England remains quite calm and the elections proceed after the well known fashion of success alter nating with defeat to both sides Further proof Is given that the Orange cry produces little result in the fact that Bethnal Green and Poplar were both fought on the In surance act as the supreme ques tionEvery day continues to bring forth a new plan as to the form of home rule amendments but everyday also reveals extraordinary dim culty In forming any plan which will not meet with more disapproval than approval Not only Is there serious anxiety and some possible division between the Nationalists and the OBrlenlte and Healyite fac- tionists but there are much fiercer and even more outspoken differences between Ulster and Southern Irish Unionists Apparently Balfour and Carson by their last speeches will be satisfied with nothing less than the permanent separation of all Ulster from the Irish Parliament but every Southern Unionist is up in arms against any scheme which leaves them without the protection they declare necessary against a Catholic majority The Irish Time which is the chief and Ablest organ of Southern Union Ism comes out with an article declaring that the exclusion of Ulster would condemn Ireland to an eter nity of national Weakness Industrial impotence and sectarian strife This Journal even goes thfe length of declaring that the betrayal by Ulster of loyal friends Is worse than civil war William OBrien and the Dally Independent organ of Will iam Murphy thunder equally against exclusion partly doubtless In the hope of embarrassing Red mond in this most critical hour But on the other hand home rule within home rule which OBrien still hotly advocates coupled with a veto on the Irish Parliament by the Orange members fills Ulster Nationalists with even bitterer apprehensions for they see In such c scheme espe cially If extended to education police and patronage a further extension of subjection to the Orange terrorist and persecution which they have endured for centuries and hoped at llast to have the opportunity ojt throwing off forever Meantime Immense pressure Is being exercised on Asquith espe daily In those strong Tory circles which surround the King to offer some compromise which whatever Its Injustice to Ireland will save the King from the perils mostly Imaginary of civil war In Ulster For the moment feeling runs high In all quarters friendly to Ireland against exclusion In any shape or form English Scotch and Welsh I radicals oppose it as vehemently as Irish Nationalists and the only plan which attracts any support in either quarter is that of Horace Plunkett namely Immediate conclusion with the right after a certain number of years to vote for exclusion It is Impossible at this moment and in the face of such innumerable compll cations to forecast what form final settlement will take though 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next weekThe St Patricks day celebration Is only two weeks away Division 3 Is living up to the name of the live wire division The ladles have organized an aux iliary at Nashville that promises well A juvenile division of the Ladles Auxiliary has been formed at Dan bury Conn The Ladles Auxiliary of Lynch burg Va closed Its first year most successfullyThe parade In Indianapolis on St Patricks day will move In four divisions The St Patricks day committee should have the assistance of every individual member Omaha Hibernians are preparing for St Patricks day and will surpass former celebrations Division 4 will distribute shamrocks especially imported from Ireland at their next meeting After a six weeks campaign 30 new members have been receive- Into the order at Wheeling Division 3 of Cincinnati has a rifle company that will be in good shape for the Ohio State convention Eighteen societies will turn out with the Hibernians In the St Pat nicks day parade at Pawtucket R I All tickets to the St Patricks day celebration will be reserved and can now be secured from the committee Division 2 of Binghamton N Y has started a lecture movement an to be given each month during th yearDuring the past two months Divis ion 6 of Baltimore initiated twenty rive new members and has ten more waitingDivision 1 of Nashville at its first meeting this month initiated five new members and received eleven applicationsDenver are planning a big parade for St Patricks day to nighrThe Ladles Auxiliary County Board of Duluth Minn elected their President Sara A Murphy delegate to the national convention Division 3 has adopted and for warded to the relatives memorial resolutions on the deaths of Michael1 Sheehan and Joseph Lannon Hibernians will first prepare them selves for the observance of St Pat nicks day by receiving holy com munion on Sunday March 15 Division 6 of Poultney the secondI largest in Vermont gives the use of its hall without charge to the Ladles Auxiliary and all church entertain mentsDivision 1 extends an invitation to all local members to be present at Its meeting next Tuesday when a Robert Emmet entertainment will b providedDont forget the home celebration of Division 3 on Monday night or the Emmet night of Division 1 next Tuesday Hibernians are extended a cordial invitation to both Mayor Joseph E Bell will preside at the Hibernian mass meeting i Indianapolis on St Patricks day Capt Charles L Barry and Rev Joseph iF Byrne will be the speakers The membership contest among the divisions of Suffolk county Mass culminated in a big initiation at Roxbury when the four degree- were conferred on a thousand candi datesToledo Hibernians will hold their St Patricks day celebration In th Auditorium Theater Bishop Schrembs and Rev Robert Condon of LaCrosse Wis will deliver ad dresses The divisions and auxiliaries o nearly all the larger cities are plan ning to celebrate St Patricks day with banquets which will be ad dressed by leading men in all sec tions of the country- SIlAlmOOItS I FOR MEMBERS At the meeting of Division 4 A O H Monday evening in Bertrand Hall President John H Hennessy appointed a committee to secure shamrocks from Ireland to be dis tributed free to all of the members attending the next meeting which will be the second week in March The Emerald Hibernian Social Club which Is an adjunct of the division reported that they were endeavoring to secure the Crown Theater for a picture show the thatl part of April and Messrs L J Meany and lames McTlghe suggested that any profits derived from their dances and entertainments be the nucleus for a building fund for the division this suggestion meeting with the hearty approval of those present Thomas DIgnan one of the patriarchs of Di vision 4 stating that owing to the large number of young members ef forts should be made right away to Inaugurate the home plan with an humble beginning the home to be located in Limerick Mr DIgnan reviewed the history of Division 4 and said that In his long period of membership he had never seen a better opportunity than the present to inaugurate this plan GAYETY THEATER For next week at the Gayety Thea ter Manager Taylor announces the return engagement ofIfMutt and Jeff In Panama Although Mutt and Jeff has played in this city three different weeks it has the unique record of never having played to an empty seat The company Is strong and perhaps the best that has ever appeared in this mirthful pro duction MISSION NEXT MONTH Next month there will be a two weeks mission at St Mary Mag conI ducted by two Redempiorlst fathers As this Is the first one held there for some years It Is expected thera will be a large attendance toth fieksThemluhil will he forsea- athlles as wall ate CaUollw 1 SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O SD- IVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesdays President Thomas Tarpy I Vice President Henry McDer molt Cusick Recording Secretary Walter Financial SecretaryJoseph Far rollTicasurerThomas Keenan Sr I SergeantatArms Tlal Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Williams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresldentCJ Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary John Keaney TreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentJohn M Maloney Vice PresidentMatt J OBrien 9ecretaryJohnd P Financial SecretaryJohn J Hes sion Jr- TreasurerD J Daughert- ySergeantatArms Martin J Kallaher Sentinel Thomas Noon DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy LynchoJohne Jr BarryFinancial SecretaryThomas Jr LanganTreasurerPatrick Connelly SergeantatArmsThomas Far rollSentinelM J McDermott Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth President George J Thornton First Vice PresidentJohn Ken neySecond Vice President Fro i Schuler Recording SecretarYJJohn R BarryFinancial SecretaryWill Casslni TreasurerSebastian Hubbuch lIarshalJoeKeane Inside Sentinel William Schott Outside SentinelF E Gratzer Executive Committee Fran Adams Charles Raidy William Link AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY Timely Record of SOMe Memorable 0Events ia the Catholic History ef America Mdrch 1 1704 French and Indians under De Rouvllle recover from Deerfleld Mass bell made ii chinFrance for the Chapel of Caugh 11 conveying which had been cap tured by a New England privateer March 2 1699 Pierre Le Moyno dIborvllle most romantic of Americas naval heroes discov ered mouth of Mississippi which exsplored the river and later foundedIIfirst French colony at Louisiana March 3 1861George Ellis Pugh I soldiereAidedecamp to Gen Lane iin Mexican war In 1848 Attorney General of Ohio 1852 elected to United States Senate born at Cin dl diefMarch 4 1900Death of the Right Rev John Hennessy third BishopI and first Archbishop of Dubuque born August 20 1825 founder of St Josephs College and Theo logical Seminary present at Vati can Council March 5 1731Cornerstone of theI mission of La Purlsslma Concep cion near San Antonio Texas laidl by Father Bargarro and Capt Perez of the San Antonio garri son- March 6 1777 Adoption by the Constitutional convention of New York State In session at Kingston of an amendment offered by John Jay to the effect that every for eigner shall abjure and renounce all allegiance and subjection tall o and every foreign King Prince Potentate and State in all matters ecclesiastical and civil fIn effect until 1784 March 7 1776Commander Phile mon C Wederstrandt U S N born In Talbot county Md second student to enter Georgetown Col lege December 20 1791 served on the Constellation in actions against LInsurgente and La Vengeance In 1799 and 1800 active In defense of Baltimore In war of 1812 died la Louisiana la 1867 AT ELLIS ISLAND The Kentucky Irish American i In receipt of a letter from the new Government Labor Inspector Ben J Sand who has been making hhnselfl pretty well acquainted with Wash ington being thoroughly versed about all of the points of interest In addition to getting a lino on all of the political good things In the capital He left there Tuesday for Ellis Island to take up his new duties OUTLER VS SAMPSON Manager George Buechel of the First Regiment Athletla Association announces everything ready for the big wrestling match Monday night I CutlerwhoI the big Russian will meet Paul Sampson the German champion the winner of this bout to wrestle Zbyszko for the championship of the world Cutler irlll weigh In about I 225 pounds while Sampson will scaleabout 2iv Seats are mow on ale vtrf t J eKr IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges IP Garry of Shananea has been sworn In at Klldysart Petty Sessions as a Magistrate for County Cork An old and esteemed Kilkenny I theEan extensive drapery business i The death Is announced of William Nunan of Ballycloiigh County Lim erick Deceased was a prominent figure In politics for a quarter of a century I Rev Father Prendergast pre sided at a meeting at Cong at which aTpledgebound Irish Speakers Society I were established J Over 1000 men were enrolled as members of the Irish National Vol unteers after a public meeting at Dungloe West Donegal at which J IpresidedI prime of life of the Rev Denis Brosnan President of St Brendans Seminary Klllarney has caused deep regret throughout the Kerry diocese I A meeting of the Provisional Com mlttee of the Irish National Volun teers was held recently In Sti Macartens Hall Monaghan Over 600 men enrolled IIThe1 I Mayor of Sligo presided at a public meeting In the Town Hall when a corps of the Irish National I Volunteers was formed over 450 members being enrolled I After a rather heated discussion the Westport Board of GuardiansI elected Dr J J Hughes of Lahar dane medical officer of the Louis burgh dispensary district I The Drogheda Board of Guardians has passed a resolution of sympathy with the widow and relatives of the late Patrick Collier of they Dales one J I membersI dead of exposure He lost way ing home through the fields and lay I by a fence for twentyfour hours G Leonard was elected Clerk of Petty Sessions for the Ballycastle I district by three votes to two for M OBoyle Sergeant Bourke R I C was the only other candidate- i I The Most Rev Dr Sheehan and I Alex Nelsqn have been reelected Chairman sad Vice Chairman re spectivelY of the Committee of Management of Waterford technical schools Lenaghan an extensive far I IPeterthe Curries near Carrickon andkin a dying condition In a field at Drumlin He died while being taken In a cart to his home A meeting of farmers held at Lisnaskea passed a resolution in favor of the lowering of the level of Lower Lough Erne by two feet In order to save lands along the Lough shores from damage by flooding The death of Mrs Edward ORdllly of Belturbot Is much regretted She was a member of an old and Influential Cavan family I The funeral to Staghall cemetery was one of the largest seen in the district for many years Messrs L Ward and P Dunne have been disqualified as members lof the Dunshaughlln Rural District Council owing to nonattendance for six months both having been 111 but the council decided not to coopt successors in view of the near ap proach of the elections IIThe death has taken place at the Convent Wexford of Sls Iter Mary St John the Evangelist She was a sister of the Very Rev Canon Doyle of Ferns and Edmund Doyle of County Wexford and was for over fortyone years a member of the Adoration community NATIONAL THEATER A good bill seems to be in store for patrons of the National Theater next week judging from the advance descriptions of the features The headline attraction will be provided by Al Fields and Jack Lewis in an original comedy skit The Misery of the Hansom Cab which they used as members of the recent Lillian Russell allstar vaudeville show Mazeppa heralded as a 50000 equine wonder will be second on the bill in Importance Great feats re quiring human intelligence are at tributed to this horse The Four Cook Sisters Leclair and Sampson the Four Musical Baldwlns and Jack Howard will be other entertainers The Merchant of Venice a photo play In four reels will be an extra added attraction PERMIT ISSUED The permit for the erection of the new St Pauls Catholic church Jack son and Kentucky streets to replace the one destroyed by fire some time ago was obtained Monday from the office of the City Building In spector The permit was Issued in the name of the Right Rev Denis ODonoghue Bishop of the diocese of Louisville in whose name all the property of the church in this diocese stands The new church to be willsfront fifty feet on Jackson street and extend back 118 feet The lot is 78x160 feet The estimated cost is 15000 Rev Thomas York the pastor will push the work of build ing as rapidly as possible- BENEFITED SEMINARY The young Seminary for Foreign Missions at Maryknoll Ossinlng N Y should be gratified with the co operation which iit Is receiving from tho hierarchy and 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