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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lIrr P WEDO PRINTING FIRST CLASS WORK GI ThiN Ollicc YourI Next Order I I i I VOLUME XXXIII NO 22 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY DECEMBER 5 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS JESUITSJ y Penetrated New York Wilder ness and Worked Among the Indians Their Old Missions Stations and Chapels Can Yet Be Traced Father Patrick Kelly Celebrated First Mass in City of Buffalo WERE AIDED BY FATHER BADEN By James A Rooney LL D The first division of the great diocese of New York by the estab t lishment of the diocese of Buffalo April 23 1847 with the Right Rev John Timon C M as the first Bishop relieved Bishop Hughes of the care of its sixteen churches The diocese Included twelve counties a great region that had been for un known years the habitat of the Seneca and iCayuga Indians tribes of the bloodthirsty treacherous and warlike confederacy of the Iroquois and it was to bring Christianity and the light of the faith to these savages that the early French Jesuit missionaries from Quebec and Mon treal penetrated their wilderness nearly two hundred year before the date mentioned Traces of their old missions stations and chapels still remain and the tragic record of their labors and sufferings Is part of the history ot the church in New York StateAmong the first to come were Father James Fremin and his com pantone iHe was the Superior of the missions and took up the work in response to the request of the Seneca chiefs for priests He ar rived in the country of this tribe on All Saints day 1668 and the next year visited the home of the Cayugas near the present village of Cayuga nqt far from Auburn at the bead of the Cayuga lake In August 1669 Father Fremin presided at a synod of his missionaries held on Indian Hill near the recent village PoanPey where was the Great Council house of the Onondagas With hIm at this first ecclesiastical synod In tjie State were Fathers James Bruyas John Plerron Stephen de Carheil and Sullen Gamier Father Pierron took up his permanent residence at the Seneca town near the present village of Victor in 1671 and Father Carheil built a hapel in the principal village of the Cayugas near Union Springs in 1668 There was a chapel of the Immaculate Conception near the preesnt village of Lima where the Senecas had another of their large towns All these missions were located in what is now the diocese of Rochester but there were also many Jesuit missions within the boundaries of the present diocese of Buffalo which prospered until the wars between the French and Eng lish The Iroquois took sides with the latter and the French Jesuits bad to fly for their lives taking with them many of their Christian Indians to new homes on the St Lawrence The flrst mass within the limits of the present diocese of Buffalo of which there is any definite record was probably that celebrated by Father Louis Hennepin a Franciscan of the Recollet branch the date be ing fixed as December 11 1678 We know that La Salle who was once a Jesuit scholastic and Father Hennepin entered the mouth of the Niagara river from Lake Ontario on December 6 The next day with a party of Indians Father Hennepin paddled up the river and made a landing on the Canadian side near the present suspension bridge at Lewlston It may not have present ed so favorable a location as the American side and on December 11 their canoes grated on the river beach on the American shore not tar away ifrom which the party found a convenient camping ground with a Tine spring of water Father M J Rosa C II one of the Vlncentlan missionary band whose home is in Niagara University located on this direct road of the old Indian portagq which Hennepin traveled to reach the SFalls has explored this whole region He is of the opinion that Father llenneplns first mass In New York State was offered at the above spring now known as Brandts Spring and still to be seen about 400 yards ifrom a ravine Tvhlcbj would have offered a splendid land Ing placo to Hennepins party As for the first mass in the citY of Buffalo the celebrant seems to have been Father Patrick Kelly and the date 1821 when he was ordained by Bishop Connolly and seat to the northwestern part of the State He was stationed at Auburn and Rochester and the same year visited Buffalo whore he offered the holy sacrifice in a frame building on Pearl street Father Badln the tint priest or dalned in the United States whoso field was In Kentucky also visited Buffalo and It was he who prompted the Catholics to organize a congrega1 tkm and build a church Louise La Couteulx donated the site at the r corner of Main and Edwards streets The deed was presented to Bishop Dubois when in lSUne Included Buffalo in his episcopal visitation finding about 700 Catholics wherep Ti h4 bMa given tq believe there Were only sixty or SeyentrIJa 1829 Patter J 1 r 7rrv J T KENTUCKY IRIsh AMERICAN I was appointed pastor and on December 13 of that year he laid the cornerstone of what afterward was St Louis church holding divine serv ices meantime In the frame building on Pearl street near the old Eaglo Tavern Father Mertz was the hard working pastor of the early Buffalo Catholics for eight years In 1837 being then seventythree years old he was relieved of his arduous duties and was appointed pastor of Eden where he celebrated the golden jubilee of fcls priesthood March 13 1841 He died while pastor there August 10 1844 in his eightieth year REPUDIATE CASEMENT Sir Roger Casement whose activities as an Irish Nationalist leader and relations with the German Foreign Office have at tracted considerable attention was repudiated In a resolution passed by the Municipal Council of the United Irish League and Affiliated Irish Societies iin ajneetlg at the Emmet Arcade New York City which was held Friday night and ran on into the early hours of Saturday morn ing The resolution which was pro posed by Patrick Egan former Min ister to Chile seconded by Robert Sullivan and passed unanimously readsResolved That It having been widely circulated through the press of this country within the past few days that Sir Roger Casement rep resented as being connected with the home rule movement In Ireland aiffl this country and as leader of the Irish Volunteers had been received by the German Foreign Office in Berlin and was assured ly the Jm penal Chancellor that Germany never would Invade Ireland with a view to Its conquest or the over throw of any Irish Nationalist Institutions but that should her troops ever go there they would land not as an army of invaders to pillage and destroy but as the forces of a nation inspired by good will toward Ireand and her people for whom Germany desires national prosperity and freedom this meet Ing desires to place on record the facts that Mr Casement who has been a British officer and a British Consul has never been in any way connected with the Irish home rule movement in Ireland or this country and never friendly to its objects or policy but always hostile and that he is In no way authorized to speak in the name or on behalf of the Irish volunteers or their friends In either country he having been several months ago utterly repudiated by the Irish Volunteers and the Irish National leaders in both Capt Stephen McFarfand presided at the meeting Committees were appointed to take charge of arrangements for the Metropolitan convention of the various branches of the league and its affiliated societies which will be held in Terrace Garden on Tuesday evening Decem ber 15 Delegates will be present at the convention from all five boroughs and the neighboring towns of Long Island and New Jersey EUGENE J TrENCHEr Many friends regret the untimely death of Eugene J Henchey which occurred Sunday morning at his home 934 South Sixth street after a short illness of pneumonia Born In Ireland Mr Henchey came to this country when but twenty years old bond became popular with all classes For a goodly number of years he was a member of the wholesale furnish ing goods house of Grauman Henchey Cross and at the time of his death was the Southern representative of the Brandt Lear Company of Cincinnati Mr Henchey was a member of a number of Cath pllc and fraternal societies and always found time to be of service to others Illness overtook him all too early In life for he was a com paratively young man To his sor rowing wife and children many friends extend their sincere sympathy The funeral was held Tues day morning from St Louis Bar trands church and was very largely attended FORTY HOURS DEVOTION The Forty Hours devotion will begin in St Patricks church at the 1030 oclock mass tomorrow morn- Ing ahd the closing exercises of the devotion will be held on next Tuesday which will be the Feast of the Immaculate Conception On Tuesday evening there will be a reception into the Sodality of the Blessed Virgin Mary at 730 oclock the members of the sodality to meet in the school hall at 715 and go in procession to the church where the TheI19 and 10 oclock and in the evening a sermon will be preached on The Immaculate Conception and the Blessed Sacrament LADIES ELECT The Ladles Auxiliary A 0 H held a largely attended meeting Wednesday night interest cantering in the annual election of officers which resulted as follows President Mrs D J Dougherty Vice President Miss Nellie No Ian Recording SeretaryMise Mar garet Harrigan Financial Secretary Miss Mamie DonahueTreasurerMts Lilly Callahan Sergeant tArIIs Miss Nellie Downey Sentinel Mise Lizzie Callahan Mrs Dan Baln will head the Standing Committee HELENAS NEW CATHEDRAL The new and imposing Cathedral at Helena Mont will be dedicated on Christmas day At present the basement of the Cathedral la being UMd for divine worship D f ti L OCONNOR Writes That Tynosldo Irish Rush to Battle Flag Under English Different Even From His Own Countrymen in GrentI Britian War Office Bungling and Dcley Help Swell Englands Regiments MOUSANQS LOST TO IRELAND i T P OConnor M P In his weekly letter refers to the moment of crisis that confronts England and thus portrays the NewcastleonTyno IrishI was present at a meeting of Irishmen the other day at New castleonTyne which was typical of the Irishmen In Great Britain at this moment of crisis The Tyneside Irishman is different even from his own countrymen in great Britain He swarms all over the place largely because this is one of the great mining centers of England and the Irishmen who were driven out of Ireland in thp days of the great famine gladly adopted mining because it did not at first require any great skill was well paid and the hardships wOre not such as to affright men who had rushed in flight from famine and froth plague In the first Invasion by the Irish the Tyneslders did not receive them kindly There are old Irishmen in Newcastle who can recall days when their countrymen were hunted through the streets But that is more than half a century ago and today the two races have mingled intermarried fought together for the elevation of the miners lot one of the greatest social Improvements of the last half century of reform In EnglandToday the whole labor movement in this portion as in other districts of England and Scotland is largely run by Irishmen The Tyneside Irishman shows this extraordinary Intermingling of races by speaking the Northumbrian dialect one of the hardest In England to understand Sometimes 1 have found It Jdifficult toAf9 oW1taj SJtQJlbefwefen Tyneilde also has adopted some of the char acteristics of the people among whom he lives He is slow of speech he is resolute and ovn a little obstinate he forms his opin ions with perfect individual inde pendence In that region there was not a moments hesitation as to the attitude Irishmen should adopt to ward the present war It was not that these Irishmen were less extreme in their day than the Irish men in the other portions of Great Britain On the contrary there was no district in the country where their patriotism was fiercer It was on the Tyneside that Michael Davitt and the other leaders of the Fenian moveemnt In the 60s found their largest number of recruits and their most daring spirits Thfd Irish spirit though transformed has remained strong enough to keep the race still enthusiastic The Irishmen have their own club their own entertainments their own lectures on the Tyneside and the United Irish League has there some of its most prosperous branches When this war came they made up their minds with the same promptitude and they acted with the same decision They at once applied to the War Office ifor the privilege of raising Irish regiments on the Tyneside There was some bungling and some delay at the War Office and for the moment the project had to be abandoned However the effect was that of the 4000 new recruits who were raised In Newcastle 2000 were Irishmen They had to go into English reg- Iments and thus they were to a certain extent lost to Ireland The project of an Irish regiment did not die out though Joseph Cowan son of a once celebrated English demo cratic leader owner of the chief newspaper in Newcastle and a wealthy man as a brlckmaker re talne4 the same affection for the Irish which always had been shown by his father who was one of the first English home rulers and Immediately offered 50000 to help Newcastle to raise an English a Scotch and an Irish regiment The lists were opened for the Irish regiment again In eight days 800 men joined and in a few days from now the regiment will have its full complementA man Col iByrne has been appointed commander all the other officers will be Irishmen and soon those men will be on their way to the headquarters in Ireland where the new Irish brigade will be formed s CENTRAL COMMITTEE Next Friday night the Central Committee o the Catholic Knights oC America will close its work for the year at the regular monthly meeting to be held at St Johns Hall Clay and Walnut President Ben Kruse is being urged to serve another term but declines The honor This will make the meeting exciting as the al1nualel UonwUlbll held and seVeral popular men will be placed In nomination for the Presidency All delegates art urged to be present I f COMING EVENTS December 20 Entertainment for St Philip Nerl church at Wlndthorsb Hall Floyd and Woodbine December 2830 Minstrel show at St Charles Hall Twentyseventh and Chestnut Tuesday December 2Euchmfor Belgium sufferers at St Will lams school hall ITuesday January 12 Euchre and lotto by Cathedral Altar Society In new Cathedral hall January 2728 iLadles Sewing Society annual charity euchre and lotto at Phoenix Hill for St Anthonys Hospital ICONOCLAST I Editor Hands Out Hot Roast to Bigoted Editor of the Menace Calls Teddy Walker the exMin ister ft Pinhead and Without Brains A Refers the Meanaco Gloating Over Defent10f Catholic Candidates BIGOTS STRICTLY UNAMERICAN Editor C A Windle of B ranns Iconoclast pays his respects to the Menace and its editor in his last Issue in the following manner In his issue for November 14 the editor of the Menace prints a front page article in which he describes a Papal Parade Up Salt River There is little hope for a man who Is proud of his perfidy One must sink very low indeed in or er to be able to glory In the Infamy of having opposed the election of an American citizen to public office on account of his religion Walker considers three of his vIc- tims deserving of special mention The defeat of Gov Glynn of New York filled his cup of Joy to the brimThe defeat of Hogan of Ohio and Sullivan of Illinois for the United States Senate made the Aurora ed hyenaInhi forms Iayeader8hatt1jefirSt rtigersacting as guard of honor to the political remains of Martin H GlynnHe refers to Prince Farleys carriage of State and outriders in the livery of the blessed Pope Details from the Knights of Columbus Ancient Order of Hlberj nians and military marplots is given special attention We then have The Honorable Timothy Hogan of blessed memory BishopSchrembsheels is Tims goat got some time after the closing of the Ohio polls and restored later minus horns and whiskers Following these we see Rev Washington Gladden of Columbus Papal apologist and chaplain specially commissioned for the retreat Ing Papal brigade of Ohio The Illinois division is lIdd by the Honorable Roger C Sullivan In the Quigleyfollowedderer Next In the parade is Editor Foley of Qulncy hotspur of the Alton diocese defender of the faith armour bearer to St Peter etc etcThis is all of the disgusting rot I care to print There is not a man mentioned in his silly screed who Is not mentally and morally so far above Editor Walker that It makes them dizzy to look down upojr the putrid little pismire In all the essentials of Americanism it would require the quintessence of ten thousand Teddy Walkers to equal lHogansH1Uethe Western Catholic forgets more every day than the whole Menace force will ever know There Is more brains honor and manhood In Roger Sullivan than could be found In a regiment of pInheads like Ted WalkerIf man knew of a sane reason why these men should not have boon religionhethem But the man who voted against Hogan Sullivan and Glynn because they were Catholics Is an1 American in the same sense that a boa constrictor is an Eagle No man can be a true son of Jefferson or Lincoln who makes a mans religion a test of his qualification for public office If Editor Walker wants to engage in something more honorable than the business of defeating American citizens for office on account of their religious faith let hIm steal pennies from the eyes of dead niggera- JEFFERSON VILLE Jeffersonvllle and Southern In diana friends of John Kenney will ake earnest effort to secure his polntment as one of the assistant tfborkeepers at the biennial meeting Ot the Indiana Legislature which willl convene early In January For a longi time he was a guard at the In lana Reformatory but his health haV beenbad for months HIsapo- jtmentiwoUld be a most popular I I 1 FROM ZONE Charles I Cate Tells of His Seven Years Spent in Panama Slides Only Arc Hindrance to Operation of the Great Waterway The Catholic Church Makes For Christian Advancement and Progress FORMAL OPENING NEXT MONTH Charles I Cute and wife and two children arrived in Louisville last week from iPanama where for the past seven years Mr Cate had been employed by the Government In the construction of the big canal They have been in the United States for some time visiting in New York Harrisburg and Washington where they were extensively entertained Mr and Mrs Cate were quite prom- Inent in Catholic circles on the Isth mus where they will be greatly missed Mr Cate Is a Past Grand Knight of Panama Council Knights of Columbus and always took an active part In forwarding the Interests of the church and order When seen by the Kentucky Irish Amen can representative Mr Cate said The eevnlng before we left for our Louisville home about forty of the Knights of Columbus accompanied by their ladles came to our house and presented me with a beau tiful watch fob the emblem of the order bearing an appropriate Inscription on the back The ladles presented Mrs Cate an artistically embroidered linen table cover and also gifts for the children As they retire early on the Isthmus all gath LangSynefuture departed for their homes after an evening that will long rl main a pleasant memory Territorial Deputy J L Kerr came to the dock presentedMrs hangefromyear is decidedly radical but for tunately the weather since we landed l perfectthatwe4if- when loft LpulBvillein July i9O1 the work on the canal was just getting in full swing and remained to see the practical completion ofl the great undertaking when the ships began to pass from ocean to ocean My separation from the service was not voluntary at this time but was caused by the reduc tion of the forces owing to the com pletion of the work undertaken by the Government This reduction has been going on for some time In the transportation department and has now reached the mechanical division and will eventually affect the other departments The only obstacle to the rapid and final completion of the work is the slides In Culebra Cut and when these will be over come no one can give any assurance whatever About two weeks before I left the channel was completely closed for a length of 1500 feet with several ships waiting on both sides to go through It took ten days to open a channel which would permit of their passage and about a week later this closed up again The offi cial oepnlng is set for January 1 and will take place If the slides behave There Is no warning when these bcdur but slowly the bottom of the channel seems to rise until it is level or nearly so with the surface of the water Then the ordinary routine is changed to feverish activity and with dredges barges and tugs the assault Is renewed There are two dredges with dippers oU fifteen cubic yards capacity each and smalleriones with fiveyard dippers the material Into barges which the tugs tow to the dumping ground There are suction dredges also with relay pumps on the bank Which pump thil material through pipes over the hills to the valleys and swamps behindICatholics on the Isthmus have been active In church work in towns where the church was established The Rev Father McDonald C M Is in charge of Catholic affairs in the Zone With the assistance of a few men he secured a building in Corozal where I lived and opened ncongregAt months the number had Increased to 125 which has since been about the average Father McDonald has se cured a site from the Governor and Is now engaged in raising funds with which to build a substantial concrete church at Balboa facing the Pacific ocean and which will be a suitable and enduring monument to Amen ffordlngalconvenient those who remain there permanently I whatjhadyears I am glad to get back to Ken tucky and receive the warm welcome pf my many friends Through tbef Kentucky Irish American I have been kept in touch with things Catholic in Louisville and therefore dont feel a tqtal stranger ANCHORAGE The rnarnlagotMis Ida Jo erbu Ic this city will bo solemnized this evening at 630 oclo k at Spring I Farm the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs George J Morat at Anchorage The Rev Father Boes will perform the ceremony in the presence of the two families The only attendantts will he the brides brother George J Morat and Wilfred Bowser a brother of the groom Mr and Mrs Bowser will leave after the ceremony for a wedding trip to New York and will be at home at Anchorage on their return- CONGRATULATIONS Last Monday was the birthday an niversary of the Right Rev Denis ODonaghue Bishop of Louisville and while there was no formal celebration many took advantage of the occasion to tender fcearty congratulations and best wishes for many more years of health and usefulness Bishop ODonaghue was born In Davless county Ind November 30 1848 He began his studies ifor the priesthood at St Meinrads College Spencer county Ind later studying at Bardstown and completing his theological course at the Grande I Semlnaire Montreal Canada On September 6 1874 he was ordained to the priesthood In Indianapolis I Ind He was at once appointed as j j secIretaryI i cesan Chancellor In 1899 he was made rector of St Patricks church I Indlaanpolis and Vicar General of the diocese which office he held until appointed auxiliary Bishop ofi1I Indianapolis by Pope Leo XIII and consecrated Titular Bishop of Pomarib April 25 1900 After the death of Bishop McCloskey he was transferred to the Louisville see onlj February 7 1910 being enthroned j March 29 of the same year ills ad ministration of the affairs of the church has given a fresh impetus to I I Catholic activities throughout the whole diocese WRITES CATHOLIC SISTER From Washington It has been learned that President Woodrow Wilson has written a letter to one I cathIerlnesI which he expresses the belief that i sober and just counsel among the I religIous prevailHis I Mary Augustine McAfee and is as t follows I My Dear Sister Mary Augustine McAfee Mrs Champ Clark was kind I enough to send me your letter of October 23 I have read it with the I I deepest interest and you may be riure sympathize entirely with its plea for fair and truthful thought and action rtlcularlyJn the flld l I of religion i wrher1aBpartisanship and flecta lan feelIhBuseemipeculiarly outt maybeany opportunity that offers itself to counteract such influences I hope and believe that they are only I temporary I have great confidence in the prevalence of sober antI just counsel among our people and any thing that I can do to hasten the day of more thinking I shall gladly do You may rest assured that the Government is doing everything it can to check the Influence in Mexico ot which you speak With much re spect sincerely yours WOODROW WILSON Sister Mary Augustine McAfee Convent of Mercy iLoulsvllle Ky I j I Sister Mary Augustines letter dealt with the general subject of religious intolerance and persecution of the priesthood and Catholic laity in Mexico and elsewhere When called Tuesday she very modestly declined to be Interviewed only saying she was highly pleased with what President Wilson had written HAD MUCH FUN From the Mobile Item we glean the following which shows the activity of Col John A Hughes J C Sullivan T T Palmer A J Grove and James E Duggan the Hibernian leaders in that city The streets from 10 oclock until midnight Monday night were crowd ed With lucky members and their friends of the Ancient Order of Hi bernians who were bringing home the spoils from the annual Thanks giving turkey festival given at the Knights of Columbus Hall All street car rules were violated when a grand rush for the last car was made Many lucky ones With two turkeys in their arms and many peaceful sleepers were awakened by the noise of geese and pigs which were brought from all directions Among the lucky participants were Mayor Harry Pillans Commission ers Laz Schwarz and Pat J Lyons The committee In charge of the affair were well pleased with the entertainment and declared that they would continue the practice In the future One hundred and elghI teen persons received turkeys six carried oft pigs and three had geeseI GENERAL MEETING The general meeting of the St Vincent de Paul Society conference of the city has been called for Sun day December 13at the Knights of Columbus Hall President John A Doyle who Was delegate from Louis villa to the recent National Confer ence of Catholic Charities in Wash ington will deliver the principal ad dress and this alone should interest all Vlncentlans TAKES PERMANENT VOWS r Sister Mary Frances who before taking the veil was Miss Lily Rose Klefer will take permanent vows at the Sisters of Mercy Convent on Eaat Broadway next Tuesday even ing which is the Feast fit the Tm naeulaUi Conception the Ceremonies to begin at 8 otclockc 0 fl WE DO PRINTINGFIRST Give This Office four Next Order CANDIDATES For Democratic Nomination For Governor Not So Active Senator Johnson Camden Not to Decide Until End of Term Repuhllcans WillBo Strong Con tender With George Long as Lender OBRIEN AND BOSLER POPULAI candidatesforforGovernor have satoandarethey will be Gubernatoniabchairprincipally tqthe fact whomthewillsupporttholatterstrongest asset in case of cor4neredvotoherethe Issue Incidentally this vote onojconditionsexisting leaderscreditiIsMcGrathwhol to the ntost shipinofvictories Inits local career That this situationis realized candidatesti1wiroherGdallyconfinedthe hotelobby thesecolumnsgreatadvocates systemIoflis hardly believed that Congressman Owaley Stanley wlll raceascommand the sarnostrength which thlastmuchofantiBeckhamvoteand could noVbe otherpoliticalSenatorJohnson eattermitpuitpolCd15tandp6ih theleadlrsatthatthatlongIntentlons GannettIsandwould orhispresentofficeOarMcDermottanYgrassandaremacdwaspromInent ofgoodboQsteraasunderhis administration would show ad Donocratfenomination equlvalentre turn to life of the Republican party MarshalGeorge nIbattevember election in 1915IBilly Klair of Lexington thepresent Railroad Commissioner LouisvilkjTuesdaywould be a candidate for reelectionand Is making a bid for the Louis BBarretthasthehlafriendsoJthisofIlardstownwith a clean record from the stand point of Democracy and will also cut a figure in the race Another officeIseral M M Logan of Edmonsoit county who is being boomed for The office of Attorney General andJiasmany friends In every district Sen ator Hite Huffaker will again be a candidate for reelection and Judg wlUbeandtakescity Two prospective candidates LegislatureFqi1yeighthseveral leaders while the other is Harry Walllngford who is anxious so the gossips say to take a fail out intheeputylGasYotBuschemeyerpopular selection when he chose Eugene T OIBrlen who had many thEYKentuckyfrom a political standpoint he could not be excelled as a wheel horse In the Democratic ranks Gene and his brother John OBrien being a strong ass t of the party In the d1NinthOBrien brothers being Iegl l1A1other deserved appointment wW that of William N Boiler as Superintendent of Sewers and Drains be- Ing a practical civil engineer apd a sterling Democrat with many friends among the young men of the party Capt Harry Buhd fru to beAnK tipped for the Superlntwdency yct 1Gwould KkNXUOK XtU RIQ r KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGftN PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY gUvefed to the Social ud Moral Adyasceaeaeat otllrlsll AncrkHc add CiflMllct Officially Indorsed by Anctoat Order ot Hlberalans Young Mtna Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Pabllehro iuiSCRIPTION PRICK ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc HaUrid at the LealwIUe PerteHlce ae awQdClsJI flatten AeNrHa aU CMsmlntlMi tot ttJaiKk IIlaslf AMEX1CAN a 21 Wt ORes St I UMON TRADES COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY DECEMBER 5 1914 IGNORANCE RAMPANT When that sturdy old Irishman Alexander Campbell born In the County Antrim started the Cam bellite or now socalled Christian church little did ho think that shorthaired women and longhaired men would ever be allowed to nscend the pulpit In one of his churches tto display their Ignorance Mrs Anna Atwater of Indianapolis y was allowed to speak In the Interest of the Men and Million Movement at the First Christian church on last Sunday This movement is for the purpose of collecting millions of money to send mlssloi arles to benighted countries like Italy Mexico and Africa to convert the population which Is now mostly Catholic Among other things Mrs Atwater told her auditors according to the published report of her sermon 1 In the dally papers that South America was a neglected continent and had not yet seen the light of Chrlstlanlt though any encyclopedia would havo advised Mrs Atwater that there are millions of intelligent Catholics 1In every country In South America IOf these people Mrs Atwater said they worship the Virgin Mary Where was the Rev Dr Powell pastor of the First Christian church when Mrs Atwater made that statement Manifestly he was not preesnt for he would have contradicted this statement for Dr Powell and every intelligent member of the Christian or Campbellll church know full well that Catholic In no country worship the Virgin Mary They simply pray to her tto Intercede with her Divine Son I to send the Holy Ghost to remove froml the minds of such as Mrs Atwatc and other illiterates the darknessI which obsesses their minds There is much Illiteracy in Kentucky Indiana is credited with many free schools and also maintains night schools We suggea hat Mrs Atwater take a course at feme night school either In Indianapolis or in New Albany She speaks of Indians in Canada who worship the Great Spirit Why Mrs Atwater thats what we are all doing Leave ithe Indians alone and send some missionaries to the l mountains of Kentucky and to the Knobs of Indiana who will preacl Christian charity and not bea false witness against their neighbors by accusing them of Idolatry We really feel sorry for Mrs Atwater She should study the history of the countries she essays to convert Alexander Campbell God help him would hybomlnate a woman oC Mrs Atwaters intelligence And she 1Is a missionary Lord save the mark TAKE CATHOLIC STAND Gradually but surely Christian people are realizing that the Catholic policy regarding education protects tho moral as well as Intellectual and vocational training of children At the recent State Student Conference of the Kentucky Young Mens Christian Association at Winchester It was unanimously resolved as the sentiment of the conference that moral development and training should receive as great considera Lion in the education of the youth In our schools as the intellectual and vocational that our educational system should make provision for such moral development and train ing In the memorial the confer ence appeals 4o the Christian people of Kentucky the Voters of Kentucky The General Assembly of Kentucky Boards of Trustees Presidents Superintendents of Education pro InstructorsVto moist that our youth be brought up fa reverence and with faith in God In our Catholic parochial schools children are brought up to respect God and the law and thus I become good citizens FALSE ALARM Many persons were puzzled and some alarmed by the British Chan cellor of the Exchequers statement to the House of Commons that a- the outbreak of the war this country owed Great Britain about five billions i of dollars which helfas unable Ed collect This brings from the Now York Herald a refutation lichY1I that what Lloyd George had in mind doubtless wan the total amount of British capital invested In the waited State which IRf1 times has bees u tattH1Im he mentioned biTeetMetit ta ashler end mills andrattros4m TifruMitid a by ownership of shares and bonds Ot courso the sum represented by these could not be collected and this country doesnt owe it The holder of an American bond is entitled to the interest but nobodY will owe him tho principal until It matures ten twenty thirty years hence Those who hold stocks an partners in the corporations Issuing them and nobody is pledged to buy these whenever their holders wish to sell Our actual debit balance abroadwhat we owedwhen the war broke out was little more than 5 per cent of the startling sun mentioned by the Chancellor of the Exchequer In payment we sent a large amount in gold and a larger amount In wheat and other product and in merchandise The barometoi of international commerce and finance is the rate of exchange between the countries and this toda Indicates that we have now paid about all that we actually owed tto Great Britain I JOHN BULL MAD Whom the gods wish to destroy they first make mad seems to appl to the situation in Ireland at the present moment This week the Irish Freedom a publication iIn Dublin was confiscated because I It did not approve of young Irishmen joining the English army The dls patches further state that there is an agitation in England for the suppression of these and similar IrIsh publications TAKE RIGHT STEP The proposal of the Supreme Council of the Knights of Columbu to spend 50000 In spreading the truth and correcting falsehood is Ia long step in the right direction The Knights are doing big things and doing them well It Is a pretty good Idea to get the thought firmly fixed in our minds that charity begins at home We have plenty of people all about us who need our assistance Next Tuesday is the feast of the Immaculate Conception and a holy day of obligation All Catholics must hear mass on that day Honeyboy Evans the minstrel man very truly states that if Roosevelt was President the war would be overover here- ADVENT Advent Is a time of preparation for the coming of Christ at Christ mas It Is not a mere makebelieve preparation for an event now long past It is a real getting ready for a real coming of the Saviour The Word was made flesh indeed nearly twenty centuries ago The birth Into the world once accomplished can take place no more But Ills mere birth into the world will do us little good unless we make it possi ble for Him to be born into our hearts The spirit of the church during Advent may be summed up In the two wordspenance and expectation In the words of St John the Baptist every mountain and hill shall be brought low We must clear away the mountains and hills of our sins by te most substantial of all penances a good confession Then there are the valleys tobe tilled the valleys of our man de tects This filling in proces may be Just as painful a penance as the tearing away of sin We may find it hard to bo more patient more tad more unselfish more attentive I to our prayers But Advent is a ime of penance and our little of orts will be magnificently rewarded jy the newfborn King There is however no more effective way ot filling in the valleys than by employing the forces of the King Himself in daily communion We rust also be full of expectation luring Advent Nothing so IliU cases our appreciation of a gift ajF to have waited for It long and anc ously That friend is most leartily welcome whose coming was poked for eagerly A great gift is in tore for us each Christmas Our test friend is on his way to our hearts Four weeks is not too long J to look forward to his great coming Not a day should pass without our f thinking often of our Visitor and I flung on Him from afar that He may hasten his coming Then oh that eventful midnight we shall be ready at tho door to give our eavenly Guest a real welcome And re shall not llkethe inhabitants af Bethlehem turn Jesus curtly I way because there is no room ARCHBISHOP RECOVERED The thousands whq were sorely grlered to learn of the serious ill c- nNl in Chicago of the Most Ray 1 JamSllt Blenfc Archbishop of New 1 OrlMBawUlbe equally pleased to araof her recovery His admitIn 11 Jamie i iefa tat he may fee spared any yew to continue 110041wIrk for God and country i0 L SOCIETY nl U U JI InUU EoQ Mrs J J iBurns spent the weekend with friends at Lebanon Juni tlon I Miss Mary Hagan has roturne from a Thanksgiving visit to relatives at New Haven Miss Mary Power of JFrankfor Is visiting in Beechmont as the guest of Miss Ann OKeefe Mr and Mrs S L Lynch and little daughter were recent visitors with friends at Clark I Miss Marguerite Hughes of Chicago arrived Monday to be the guest of Miss Maggie Judge Miss Loretta Conway Flora Heights had as her guest last week Miss Lillian Heldenrach Mr and Mrs James A Wathe are home from a two weeks trip Ito New York and Baltimore Mrs A W Nickell Deer Park has as her guest her sister Mis Lena Flannigan of Virginia Mrs J H Hanley of Crescent Hill was a recent visitor with Judg and Mrs Dennis Dundbn at Paris iPlumblng Inspector James Me Grath who has been ill at St Joseph Infirmary Is Improving rap IdlyJames Reilly Oa Chicago has been visiting his son E A Reilly Eas Elm street New Albany Iris forme home Miss Mary Hngan spent the week as the guest of her grandparent Mr and Mrs William Hagan at New Haven Miss Eugenia Stchlln of the Highlands was on Thursday the dmne guest of Miss Edna Shea South Third street Miss Bessie Applegate has re turned from a visit to the MisseS I YVnithen at Elmwood near Hard town Junction Mrs Kathleen Cunningham Mc Cabe has returned from a visit toI MCjCabeJoseph IP Hines Secretary to Congressman Sherley who has beenI washIIngton Misses Regina Constantino andl Margaret Conlin of Jeffersonvilli lire on a visit to relatives and friend In Chicago and St Paul I Miss Anita Cronan who has been visiting her aunt Mrs Alvin H i Moraweck In New York City has returned to her home in Bank SpringIII Dr Michael Casper and Mrs Casper West Broadway had as they guests the past week Mrs Augus Heck and Miss Huberta Heck of Cannelton Ind John Goulding who has been III of erysipelas at Ills home on East Fifth street New Albany has almos recovered and expects to be out again next week Col and Mrs Frank McGrath and their little daughter Helen who have been making a tour of Call ornla and other points West were In New Orleans this past week I Miss Mary Catherine Cotter a beautiful and accomplished young lady of Shelbyvllle is here on a visit as the guest of MrsA M Bcrogglns housekeeper at St Leos rectory Highland ParleII Mrs John F Lynch who has been in Boston Mass since June arrived Tuesday to toe the guest of tier mother Mrs James Shelley Mr Lynch has been detained in Boston and will come to spend the Christmas holidays James Hundley one of our most valiant fire fighters IB one of the happiest men In the city since the arrival ot a lovely baby girl at his home 303 South Jackson street Her christening will be made an occa k of good cheer for the proud jjifiers friends I Misses Edith and Anna were hosts Saturday afternoonMoranII tea in honor of Mrs Percy ofC Nashville who Is the guedt Misses Alice and Elizabeth ofII Their guests Included Mesdame ercy Williams Theodore Powell George Twyman J Sidney Jenkins Joseph Scholtz Fred Von Bowies Misses Alice Hayes Elizabeth Hayes Elizabeth Smith Evelyn Lyons nma Bruer Surotta Redmon Mil red Ouerbacher Adelaide Crush rene McCabe Catherine nines Cjalnerine Malone Margaret Zapp ranees Henchey Edna Waggoner A delightful surprise dance wat given at Miss Eunice Wattersons home in the Highlands to Brand Connor in honor of his birthday Thoso present were Misses Freda iannon Bessie Watterson Margaret ilckerson Bertha Slnclare Lula enson Virgin Bewyer Josephine owyer Elizabeth Adams Mary lavison Margaret Seelback Stella tubaker Elizabeth Anderson Car Usle Rihms Margaret iFilbcrn j Eunice Watterson Messrs Bernard IOConnor William Baker Roy Don t aldEdward ClarenceTompson c Hays Henry Ballard Robert Claire Arthur Juncker Lawrence Warren Ray Marks John Lambert William arrett Leo Adams James Bryton Archie Gilbert jf ST PATRICKS AWARDS A The following are the awards in nnection with the recent euchre held aest Patricks church Hand j me center pieces Mrs P W Don illyj handmade 3aUenberg lam equin Miss Margaret Keenan e indembroidered quilt KrtMraft Morris chair Miss Mary 1t- TfflJl f The following are the com 4- J r f a bination book awardt i Punch etMrs Z T Underwood IBrussel rug Miss Mary Barron vacuum cleaner M Rlttenauer load of coal John Malone gents stick yin George Fitzgerald lladles gold ring Mrs PF Button clothes brush John T Malone infant set Charles E Don nelly PICTURE OF BELGIUM The following is an extract from the writings of Corra Harris a writer in the Saturday Evening Post describing her Impressions of the effect of the war in Belgium The Belgians like people whb have had the very world in which they live literally destroyed are reduced to their faith in Godthe last resort for the bardpressed soul of man One of the most pathetic sights I have witnessed in England was a crowd of Belgian women and children standing In the railroad station of an old Sussex town where they were met by English women who were to conduct them to home These pallidfaced Flemish peasant mothers with the eyes of crucified Madonnas with wailing children clasped to their breasts and cllngln to their skirts craved another shelter Their first question was Where Is the church And by the church they meant the Catholic churchSo they were led there already shriven by the mighty sorrows oC war and sacrifice stripped of their worldly goods and often of every earthly tie tp make their prayer to the Prince of Peace who is theI Kaisers God of War Their faith was not shaken it was Intensified They fell on their knees before the Mary Mother in this little vlllag churchfifty women with their eyes fixed on the passionless fhces ot their dear saints I could not bear the sight I waited outside the church door with the Protestor women who had taken them there We stood with bowed heads Not a word was spoken Not a sound came from within Even the famished children had ceased to cry in wonder at the peace and silence of that sanctuary I thought of a preacher I had seen crazed by the scenes of carnage through which he had passed walking with his hands lifted In horror and repeating over and over this dolorous refrain The God that failed I The God that failedI Presently the women filed out strangely comforted their faces sweetly calm They had been fed and clothed In that place by their faith by the evidences they some how retained of things hoped for beyond the vision of this awful me ment In their lives They had projected themselves into that peacefulI future of believing souls They had prayed xt last before an altar for their dead sons and husbands and fathers These were now safe The IIpriesttheypromised also to praynot for them but for their dead at Mallnes who had not even been burled and who had been trampled beneath the feet of the Gorman soldiers trouble with us Is we think IThe of the providence of God iIn the terms of time with the mortal sense of limitation As I watched these simple women I understood that this war and the horrors 1It brings are only moments In the fat of these people Beyond the moment of death beyond these swift years of poverty and privation for those who survive there remains Eternity in which to live and to accomplish righteousness and peace ORPHAN SOCIETY ELECTION- A general meeting of the membership of the Catholic OrpBai Society will be held Sunday after noon December 13 at Bertram Hall for the purpose of nominating candidates for central officers to serve during 1915 the following to be nominated President Vice President Recording Secretary FInancial CorreIthe first general meeting branches since the permanent organization of the society and the following Sunday the election of the Central officers will be held In addition to the election of branch offl cerll COUNOIL MUSICALE Prof Leo A Schmitt has arranged a vocal and Instrumental musicale for the benefit of the local Knights of Columbus at the club house next uesday evening The next social ffalr of the council will be a reception and dance on New Years eve and the day following New ars day open house will be held lYe 1 to 12 p m At the last meet- Ing in this month there will be a reunion of the Past Grand Knights M J Wlnn R A Watson Charles J OConnor P M OReilly Charles Fi Taylor AI S Smith Matt Doherty Thomas A Bohan S M laffo E J McDermott J William Clapheke P H Callahan and C W ecker jj- rr FEDERATION The Jefferson County Federation ot Catholic Societies will hold its last session of the year next Thursday night at the Knights of Columbus Hall Fourth avenue President Ganz urges a large attendance of delegates as the annu election of officers will then take place In addition several committees are expected to submit interesting reports SODALITY RETREAT A trlduum or three days retreat tor the Young Ladles Sodality of St Frances of Rome church will begin morrow afternoon at 3 oclock and closenext Tuesday evening the Fealtofthe Immaculate Conception t unclosing exercises to begin at J30 oclock The retreat will Ba inducted by Rev Father E A Baxter of the Dominican order j SACRED HEART ACADEMY Prof Patrick OSulllvan tl aJ ted Louisville pianist and coji poser will give a recital in the audl torlum of the Sacred Heart Acid MnY Creaeent Hill on tSe tternJpn oeloekpyhleIle patrons and MiuM ot tire i ttl 1 tJfltfjani invited 1l licJ SNIGOTSOP 80LIIMBIIS Lato News That Will Intere Members Here and Else where Rhode Island has a total mombe ship of 4176 The fourth degree membership has passed the 25000 mark Forty candidates received the three degrees at the initiation at Peru mad- Right Rev Bishop Garrigan addressed the Knights at Cherokee Neb while there last week The Alhambra enters upon iIts career in Syracuse with 125 members and a waiting list of eighteen The Knights of Dayton Ohio will Incorporate a building company and Issue 25000 stock for financing their new home New Albany Council made a fine showing Sunday morning when tho members visited St Marys church In a body and received holy communion t The color guard under the command of Capt William J Costlgan attended the annual solemn vesper service of Nativity Council last Sun day night in New York City St Josephs Orphanage between Oklahoma City and El Reno will benefit from the charity ball of the Oklahoma Fourth Degree1 Assemblj which always donates the proceeds to the orphans I Right Rev Bishop Duffy deliverer a stirring address at the Installation of officers of St James Council iat Kearney Neb His theme dwelt with making Kearney and the sur rounding country more Catholic RECENT DEATHS Mrs Mary Christ Ernst slxtyon years of age yielded to apoplexy Sunday morning at her home G32 1E Jefferson street She was the widow of William B Ernst and leave three sons five daughters and two grandchildren by whom she will bo greatly missed Her funeral was conducted Wednesday morning trot St Martins church Miss Mattie Mills twenty years old died Sunday night at the homo of her sister Mrs Gus Myers 19P2 Portland avenue following a short Illness of pneumonia Her parent are dead and surviving her are two sisters and two brothers Her fu neral took place Tuesday mornini from St Patricks church of whit she was a lifelong member The funeral of Miss Margare Doollng the sixteenyearold dough ter of Martin Dooling of the Louisville fire department was held Sun day afternoon from St John church Rev Father Schuhmani conducting the solemn services Mis Doollng died Friday morning fron burns received Thursday when hei clothes caught fire from an opei grate at her home 839 East Mali streetClarence W Curran a well knows clerk and popular In marine circles from Cincinnati to the Gulf died at the Marine Hospital hero after a brief illness of pneumonia Survlv ling him are his mother Mrs Isabella Curran two sisters Misses Annabe and Isabel Curran and a brother Charles Curran The funeral tool place Sunday afternoon from the residence 620 South Seventeenth street Funeral services over the remains of Charles Eddie OBrien the six yearold son of Mr and Mrs T B OBryan 1153 South Sixth street were held Sunday afternoon at St Louis Bertrands church attended by many relatives and friends of the bereaved parents The little fellow was the victim of a gasoline explosion that occurred while ho was playing in the yard of his home with his younger brother and sister who were in a playhouse and thus es caped Injury EUCHRE LOTTO SUPPER The Ladies Sewing Society have secured Phoenix Hill for their an nual euchre lotto and supper for the benefit of St Anthonys Hospital to take place on the afternoons and evenings of January 27 and 28 Many of the leading ladles of the city are Interested In this worthy charity event and will award a largo number of handsome prizes LOSES IN COURT Word was received here Thursday that the 175000 damage suit Instituted against the Sisters of Mercy of Dubuque the Bishop of Indianapolis and a number of residents of effersonvllle by Mother Mary Regina Kerr formerly head of the effersonvllle Mercy Hospital had been dismissed by the Federal Court at DubuquoMINSTRELS The men of St Charles Bor romeos congregation will give an ther minstrel show at St Charles Hall Twentyseventh and Chestnut streets on the evenings of December 28 29 and30 Every effort will be lade to give the public their money s worth and the indications are that tho coming entertainment will even surpass all previous affairs of tho kind given at St Charles Hall BARRY JOINS FIRM John J Barry the well known Democratic leader of the Fourth and FUth wards has entered into partnership with the firm of Reagan Imorde wholesale whisky deal eni who have offices In the Paul Jones building Mr Barrys many lends wish him success in his new venture ATTENDING REGULARLY Members of the Catholic Choral Union are delighted with the at- fendanceat the Thursday night ihearaalti at Baldwin Hall on ourtli avenue Their next concert wUl be for the benefit of St Law re Working Boyer Hone and o t F CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Loulsvlle Catering especially to Ladies and Children Under the same management Presenting onlyI the stand ard productions historic dramatic and comic WHEN IN NEED OF Cut Flowers or Design Work CALL OR VISIT THOMAS DE SPAIN- ZI laISTH- ome Phone Shawnee 868 2344 West Chestnut Street FURNITUREFor the Bed Room Dining Room and Living Room Large selection good quality and reasonable prices WM F MAYERMa- rket 9 c Bet Fourth and Fifth home City 10 10 oALL Cumb Main 1005 ALJ EN TAXIOAB OO l TAXICABS AND TOURING OARS SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT 205 E CHESTNUT ST LOUISVILLE KY Dome City 3101 Cumb South OOOY DOUGHERTY LANNING COAL CO INCORPORATED Best Quality Pittsburg and JellieD Coal Office and YardsFifteenthand Magnolia Avenue West CompanyINCORPORATED Brewers and Bottlers of Famous DOUBLE BREW Dark Beer Home Phone Shawnee 5253 Phone For A Case I If i You Want e a Pair of the Best ISawI For the MoneyCome toII LEVYS For a Pair of i EXCELLO TROUSERS At 250 5350Or 500 I II He BOSSE SON Funeral Directors and Embalmers BflO FEHR itV NUE Talephaae 30i2 drr by Mad Will RccchrcT Prtmpt Attention DISINFECTANT PRBB LOUISVILLE ODORLESS VAULT CLEANING CO BEN HOLLOWAY PROP Vault denning Dry Well Digging Sewer Connections Made Satisfaction guaranteed or no charge I OFFICE 031 E MAIN ST Home City 5103 Cumb Main 631 A Residence 235 Clay Street Home Phone 4920 hat It will be a musical success Is already assured Any who desire to become members of the Choral futon will be welcome at the rehearsals CRACKER PUDDIKQ I Half pint ot pieces of cracker Token four eggs threefourths cup ot sugar piece of hurter size of an egg salt plenty ni lnsJllnchofs- oda half teaspoonful of cln amQJI and same of nutmeg one qu milk Soak crackers in milk about Jlalf hour Bake about an hour la tbderate oven Bat with a plain adding aaoe c iVo CHRISTMAS PRESENTS FOR CATHOLICSRogers 129 S FOURTH AVE FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N W Corner Fourth and Jefferson The Best Place to Buy Your Drugs Is At RECTANUS DRUG CO INCORPORATED Preston and Market Sts This week and every week In theyear the drug store at Preston and DruaJIPatentand Brandy at a less flffuro than anybody else This drug store en Joys a very large business because squaredealingsand Theyhavein Loulivlllo- Saulbbs Olive Oil pint GOo SqnJbbs Cod liver all pint 60o Squibb Epiom Salts pound 35o- Aromlntl 3 for 10o Alophen Pill 100 3So Aspirin Tablets 4ozen100Phe- nolax 100 300 A B S Pills 100 lee Bird Seed pound 100 Hamburg Tea So Quinine ounce 350 Capsules 100 70 Calomel Tablets 100 100 Strychnine Tablets 100 150 Peroxide pint 8So Peroxide Cream lOo Laundry Soap a bars e109 Soap 3 pounds 15o Borax 2 pound 150 Cleaneasy Soap 3 bars 100 Searchlight Matches 3 boxes lOo Glycerine pound 3So Alcohol denatured pint 10e Alcohol trroln 4Bo Welsbach Mantels 3 for ISe Pull quart Mellwood WbtikyBse Quart Charter 88 A Quart of Old Prentice see A quart of Headwater 750 A quart of Port Sherry or Ca tawba Wine 96o A AppleJack750 A quart of 4yearold Whisky SOo Olive Oil Pompelan a pint 46e Melllns rood 36o and f 55ee Green Bed or Brown Stamps Olvea With Eaoh Purchase Rectanus DrugStore Prestos andlllarkt S J INTO TRUE FOLD The names of sixty clergymen ot tie Protestant Church of England whohaye become Catholics Mnet 1UOare printed in the London Tab kt They make a strong ooapwiy 1- ofeoavertg ri 11rs I vy T NiiiTr- v Atp t h u 1 I KEONTUOKY IRY JMERIOAN RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS I Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility CELEBRATED EXTRA BRAT WURST WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAY Zu P BOEITWABSEB TJO Incorporated 923 GEIGER STREET Home Phone 1802 and 377 Cumb Phone Main 877 ASK TOUR DEALER POB IT ENGRAVERS SCHLICn ENGRAVING COMPANK ARTISTS ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERSP 835 W Main St LouIsville Ky Home Phone City 5764 SOUTHERN STAR SLICED BACON All Ready for Your Griddle in 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Directors Embalmers IHI11ZIISIII1UIIIIIHUHSS BARRETTS FUNERAL DIRECTORS EMBALMERS Eas1lM Stree1 R NWSMiTiis s N1 IFuneral Director 81- 0JEFFERSON Embalmer WEST STREET SEE POOLETF Confidential Loans BEST RATES ANY SECURITY CUWritorTelephone City 2541 tp POOLEY KtiM CQ4rJearaal- 41u Xli rt iket SHALE BRICK MADE BY Coral Ridge Clay Products Co the BEST BRICIC MADE IN JEFFERSON COUNTY Sales Office 1010 InterSouth Bldg AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES VULCANIZING DISTRIBUTORS Federal Tires PALLS CITY VULCANIZING co 1101 East Broadway Free Service HOUSE WIRING AND FIXTURES A 0 LINK Practical Electrician Home Phone Shawnee 1186L 2020 Bank Street BAGS Manufacturers of Sacks for Flour Mills Grain Dealers Produce Men Fertilizer Dried Grain Ice etc Write for price on anything you may want In the Sack line J WALKER lit Co4 211 W Main Street Louisville Ky Long Distance Telephone Connections AMERICAN IRON WORKS- C H GERRARD Prest and Genl Mgr Sheet Iron and Plate Metal Work of Every Description BOILER MATTERS AND MACHINISTS Special Attention given Automobile Repairs Boiler Repairs and General Machine Jobbing Work Solicited Cumb Main 411 Home City 8611 L2t East lIaIn t Louisville uy SOMETHING NEW Fuel Saving Device Vapor Heating J L BROWNFIELD CO Steam and Hot Water Heating 111 N THIRD STREET Home Phone 7846 Cumb M 1592 SHOE REPAIRING AMERICAN SHOE REPAIRING COMPANY 114 West Market Street Home Phone City 6381 Louisville Zy Old Shoes Made New Work Done While You Walt THE PHIL HOLLENBACH CO INCORPORATEDDistillers OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASK HOLLENBACH PURE RYE C28 W Main St Louisville Ky PLUMBING AND HEATING CONTRACTORS H W NEWMAN Contracting Engineer Steam and Hot Water Heating and Sanitary Plumbing Homo Office 440 Second Street LOUISVILLE KY and Co COLUMBIA BUILDING FOURTH AND MAIN STS CAPITAL SURPLUS 62000000 Receives money subject to checks pays interest on Time deposits and per forms duties IN ALL FIDUCIARY 111 + 111 111111 I L 1227 WEST MARKET STREET Funeral and BOTH IO1T1IS Cumb Main 200Sa Home City 2008 M1 + + U++ HOME PHONE S8 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971yY J J SONS AND 822 n S N n e e e Q AL S SMITH PROP 1 and BOTH PHONES s 809 A A A A A A vX P t k F are 1 S 2 3 t AAtlteIat44a4 asw Itylelaatt a aaledscalla 4S HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGenera1- News Notes Division 4 will hold an initiation immediately after the holidays Division 1 will meet and elect officers next Thursday evening When will Kentucky have a visit from some of the national officers Martin Cusick of Dlvison 1 who has been seriously 111 is conval escing Division 3 will hold their annuall election of officers next Monday evening Capt Tom Farrells basketball team will play in New Albany next Monday evening Division 2 had a good attendance at their smoker and reunion on Thursday evening The Hibernian Social Club will probably arrange for several dance after the holidays The Hibernian Knights of Quebec contemplate visiting New York City on St Patricks day More than 500 attended the an nual Irish tea and entertainment of Ladies Auxiliary 8 of Boston The quarterly initiation of thE Ladies Auxiliary at Indianapolis last Sunday was A big and successful eventPresident John Doyle and the Maryland State Board have laid plans for their extension work this winterDivision 3 of Baltimore the larg est in Maryland has been pledged to secure 200 new members before March 1- Nashville Hibernians are engaged in an earnest effort to get back in tho order those who were former membersDivision 1 will hold its annual election of officers at the meeting next Thursday night which will be the last of the year Hibernians of Wdlkesbarre have under consideration a proposition for the amalgamation of the five divisions of that city Division 2 of Syracuse initiated a Ilarge class at its last meeting President DP Connelly secured twelve of the candidates The Hamilton County Board has appointed a committee to arrange for an appropriate celebration of St Patricks day at Cincinnati National President McLaughlin pleased with his Brooklyn visit will present a handsome Irish flag to the division making the largest member ship increase during 1915 Since its organization Division 1 of Peru Ind has expended for char itable purposes over 4000 and con tributed liberally to all appeals for the motherland Charles B Can non is now President Division 1 will hold only one meeting In December the second Thursday when tho nomination and election of officers will take place The next County Board will see a number of new faces The Indiana State officers and vis itors from Louisville and New Al bany witnessed the initiation last Sunday when the nine divisions of the Ladies Auxiliary presented fifty candidates at Indianapolis President Thomas Tarpy appeals to all members of Division 1 to be present at the meeting next Thurs day night when ofiCers for the en day night when officers for the enj will be important business and every member should attend TRINITYS ELECTION Trinity Council Y M I will hold their annual election of officers next Monday evening and will also dis cuss the advisability of increasing the monthly dues and death bene fits President James B Kelly re quests every member to be present at the meeting ST PHILIP NERIS The school children of St Philip Norls church will give an enter tainment on Sunday December 20 In WIndthorst Hall adjoining the church Floyd and Woodbine streets Rehearsals have been in progress for some time and an excellent pro gramme is promised RANKS AS MAJOR Rev Francis Brooks Doherty of the Third United States Cavalry at Fort Sam Houston Texas owing to his splendid record and fine en dorsements has been promoted by President Wilson to be a Major in the chaplain corps of tho United States army CHEAP VALUE Mrs Henry A Morgan Chairman of the home economics department of the General Federation of Womens Hubs estimates that the average housewife Is worth 800 a year None but a woman would set so cheap a value on a good wife VALUABLE FEATURES With the December Issue of the Catholic American Chronology and Historical Sketches written by James A Rooney LL D the bureau completes two years of its publica tion It was an entirely new field in Catholic journalism and now has attained an assured popularity be sides having the warm approval of the ecclesiastical authorities They have been published In the Kentucky Irish American and nineteen of the leading Catholic papers in most of which It has been a feature and Is BOW appearing aas regular depart ment In connection with the chron ological tables hundreds of columns of Catholic historical sketches have been furnished which are now rec ognized features of our Catholic papers r- NBGRODS IN COUNTRY The latest Government O HBHB popularlionThe males number 4886881 aad tbtf feualec 4M1SI2 0 off ii c 1 N ICE CREAMPLAIN OR BRICK For Family Party and all Social and Society Gather ings Purity Guaranteed Vanilla per gallon 7C- oFrnltper gallon 85o Brick per gallon 100 WATHENPhone 439 SOUTH EIGHTH S- THamaM SOCIETY DIRECTORY A 0 H- DIVISION 1 Second and Fourth Thursday Lieder kranz Hall Sixth and Walnut PresidentThomas Tarpy Vice President Henry McDer mottRecording Secretary Walter CusickFinancial SecretaryJoseph Far rellTroasurerThomas Keenan S- rSergeantatArmsrim Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at St Williams Hall Thirteenth and Oak President C J Ford Vloe PresidentJ J Sullivan Recording Secretary John T KenneyTreasurerJames Welsh Sargeant at Arms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannoq DIVISION 3 Meets Every Monday Night Eighteenth and Portland PresidentJohn M Maloney Vice President Matt J OBrien Recording SecretarYJohn P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes sion Jr- TreasurerD J Dougherty Sergeant at Arms Martin J Kallaher Sentinol Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President Jehn H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial SecretaryThomas J LanganTreasurerPatrick Connelly SergeantatArmsThomas Far rellSentnelM J McDermott Y Mol MAOKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth President Gebrgd J Thornton First Vice PresidentJohn Ken nay Second Vice President Fred SchulerRecording Secretary John R BarryFinancial SecretaryWill Cassin Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch MarshalRaymond E Scbott Inside Sentinel William Schott Outside Sentinel L E Gratzer Executive JommlbteeF G Ad ams Geerge Slmonls Frank Geller W A Link Chas Schuler HOME Home is where the heart finds its greatest content Home is tho result of learning to bear and forbear Home is the best school for mak ing true men and women Home Is Gods blessing to man kind the safeguard of the world Home is tho dearest earthly shelter from the cradle to the grave l Ij Home is an inn where love is landlord and contentment chief guest Home is where happiness health harmony hearts ease holiness heri tage heaven dwell Home is where the wife is neat and clean and the husband sober and industrious and the children respectfulHome is a comfortable and necessary retreat and shelter for us in advanced age and if we do not plant It while young it will give us no shade when we grow old FIREPROOF CURTAINS As light muslin curtains often catch fire it Is a good plan to put an ounce of alum into the last water In which they are rinsed This will mako them almost fireproof or if they do catch they will not blaze up enough to ignite the woodwork HOME BREAKFAST CAKES One cup of sweet milk one table spoon sugar two teaspoons cream of tartar and one of soda two and a1 half cups of flour Bake in a quick oven MAKES POTATOES WHITE If a teaspoonful of vinegar is put strainingtheblackness out and make them white and floury w DEPENDED An Englishman meeting an Irish men greeted him thus Are you good at measurement II am thatsaldPatThen can you tell me how many sheets I can get put of a yard Well replied Pat that depends on whose yard you get Into PURITY OF COFFHB poursoldsumes a brownish hue It ybe I oaelHded that tllel8H ehfeery with It 6NM1111 IRELANDI r Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled o From Exchanges Stephen McDonagh Clerk of Petty Sessions and Harbor Master Foynes died suddenly while walking outside the town The average price obtained for flax at the Coleralno market recently was over 24 per cwt nearly double last seasons price The death of the Rev Robert T Bailey M A Carlow has occurred at the residence of his brotherin law at Warrenpoint The latoE P OKelly M PIBaltlnglass left personal estate valued at 17340 all of which he bequeathed to his family The Rev J Canon Sweeney and C E Rogers Killybegs have been elected Commissioners of the Kllly begs PIer and Harbor Board Messrs J J Waldron Bally haunls and John Gill Claremorris have been appointed to the Cop mission of the Peace for the County MavoThe death is very much regretted of the Very Rev Bernard Sheridan at Klnlough He had been parish priest of Klnlough for over thirty five years Death duo to a gunshot wound was the verdict at an inquest in Nenagh in the case of Mrs Mary Barry thirtVHflve wife of John Barry of Curraghtemple The death of Sister Mary Vincent Kehoe of the Presentation Convent Stradbally is much regretted Sister Vincent was third daughter of the late William Kehoe Abbeylelx Father McHenry Foxford denounced the Dublin Independent and Sinn Felners for the conscrip tion scare which had so frightened a few young men as to cause them to emigrateThe is much regretted throughout South Kilkenny of Ed mund McDonald brother of Rev Walter McDonald D D MaynootTi College and father of Rev W Mc Donald of Dublin The death Is announced at St Ignatius College Sydney Australia of Rev Christopher Nulty S J brother of Rev Father Nulty of Klnnegad Father Nulty was born at Navan seventysix years ago Damage estimated at 10000 at least and partly covered by Insur ance was done by an outbreak of fire in the extensive timber yard and hardware shop of Messrs Ballanec Lennon Dungannon A meeting of the Gaelic League committee was held in Athenry It was decided on the motion of Solic itor Nichols to raise a fund for the defense of James Carter who is under a prosecution by the Crown At a recent meeting of the Tulja moro Rural Council an order to close the Killelgh cemetery was re ceived from the Local Government Board The board acted on the re port of their inspector who found overcrowding in several parts of the burial ground The Longford Urban Council de cided to borrow 3500 from the Ulster Bank to complete the new houses The terms of the bank were repayments of 350 a year for ten years together with 4 per cent In terest The council asked the time to be extended to twenty years At a recent meeting of the West meath County Council there was a lively discussion on the proposed new railway between Mullingar and Kells The concensus of opinion was that the taxpayers should incur no liability as there was no urgent need for an alternate railway route FATHERS EXAMPLE The father who sets a good example to his sons is their best in structor in religion They see him go to mass every Sunday abstain from meat on Friday receive the sacraments frequently observe the fast of Lent go to the meetings of his Catholic society treat his wife with loving kindness act like a good neighbor to all his acquaintances pay his debts avoid profanity and drunkenness use every available opportunity to do good and advance In gentleness kindness justice and mercy from day to day He Js tho Christian life in practice He is the catechism fulfilled and the mission sermons carried into action He is the proof of the beauty of grace and the evidence of the daily miracle of Gods love to man Tho boys look to their father to learn from his conduct what is right and what is wrong knowing that he will follow Happythemisled and scandalizedA d LATEST IN STYLE Embroidered taffeta is one of the new effects Quiet soft colors are likely to be In vogue for winter Hip pockets are one of tho mil itary features now seen The blouse of colored lace to match the suit Is still in favor ontheSilk and wool crepes are excellent for the new types of plaited gowns Blues like sapphire arid cobalt are used as much for evening as for day wearA goldembr01l1eryis tones Combinations of Jet and white satin cords are seed among trimmings Odd little bunches of flowers are combined with ostrich feathers on black hats The fall challis are in soft dark colors with stripes or allover flower patterns The attempts at the long bodice have been much more succMful than anybody would have expected PKBVBNT TARNISH foreoateIt RUlenialavNtarnik- FRANK FEHR BREWING CO Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Onto a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb What C9 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 THE WIEDEMANNnWORFO- RATEDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled BeersSv Sold at all loading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent a1ll QRUBER DEUS J3R Managers Louisville Ky JOHN B FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KT IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING JOHN F OERTEL COINCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859 LOUISVILLE KY t BE SURE TQ CALL FOR McKENNA I WHISKY IS ALWAYS PUREt tITHo McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky Ii THE 100 BOX DELUXE our Saturday Special is the most remarkable Flower value obtainable JZ Other BOXES DE LUXE at 200 and 300 Coupons with every par chase Plano Your Orders Friday for Delivery Saturday JACOB SCHULZ Since 1873 THE FLOWERS SHOP AT 3SO S FOURTH AVENUE HERRMANN BROS 1IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers In Finest Barnds of Ken tucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND TelwteM 1943 234 S SIXTH STREET Give your boys am eCncatton that will prepare them for lifo ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 119 W Broadway loolavllle Zy Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers Classical Scientific and Business Courses Preparatory Department Large Swimming Pool Well Equipped Gymnasium Terms Moderate Bro James Dlr THE 2 FAVORITES of LeaisYllles Particular Smokers TARPY SPECIAL tOe Cle- arLITTLE A J Sc Cigar The cigars without an equal In quality and flavor Homemad Unionmad and the bestmade for the money For sale at all dispensers of smokers 1e W TARPY COe MATOBBS SEVENTH ST NEAR MAR- KETMONUMENTS l+ r We have Jut received five carloads of Monuments ranging a price from 7500 to 20000 and which we can give at a bargain Before purchasing pleace give us a call at our warerooms 318330 WestOreen St New Muldoon X MonumiitGi MAIL TIIIS KENTUCKY HUSH AMERICAN COUPON tiso4tADLER PIANO FACTORY 4 S RioS9 veWi4tzont any obligation oa any art tEl Dre e oofD0T ter fir Dlease arid sae free a34lirw abeNa+ PlanoYdIketII TIIX FAUTO PRIOR I3 TIC LOW1418T 1Uot ALArat k H r t rf u J I KENTUOKY a i8x AldERIOAN J f r What the Club Plan Is And What It Means to You The Club Plan is an extended payment plan Instituted purely and simply for the convenience of our patrons who wish to buy Hous hold Goods such as Furniture Carpets Rugs etc When you Join the Club Plan you are asked to pay 3 per cent of the amount of your purchases for Joining for nstance The membership foe on a 2500 purchase would bo 76c Tho membership feb on a 5000 purchase would be 9150 Tho membership foe on greater purchases would of course bo in proportion You are then asked to pay 10 per cent of your total purchase- as the first payment For Instance on a 2500 purchase you pay 250 down In addition to the membership fee making a total of 325 The goods are then delivered to you and you arrange to pay tile balance in small weekly or monthly payments i When you consider that goods bought on the Club Plan are purchased at our cash priceswhether special or regularyou will more clearly see that our membership fee is nothing in comparison with the additional cost Installment houses place on their goods for the privilege of time payments FUUNITURE CAIUETS BUGS HOUSE FURNISHINGS AND OTHER HOUSEHOLD GOODS ARE SOLD ON TIlE CLUB PLAN Any further Information regarding the Club Plan will bo cheerfully given by our salespeople or at the Credit office on the fifth floor BAC N r ON INCORPORATED We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons 411111111 t r I HI II S I III J I till J II UI II I tJ r r n II till Ii BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS CANDIES AT IDEAL CANDY CO535 WEST MARKET STREET All Kinds and All Pure L WV VVW W VV W W W tWI- II GENUINE IRISH TEA II- II WE HAVE A SPECIAL IRISH BLEND i IMPORTED BY R J THORNTON CO 126 Bullitt Street Louisville Ky tAVVVVV viVV VVW VVW VlV DAN J HENNESSY EDW A AXMAN HOME PHONE OITY 3938 Hennessy Axman POPULAR PRICE TAILORS UPSTAIRS STORE 425 W JeIIers9n Street I IF The Last Dollar a1SAVINGSmast be spent for something you DO NEED The SAVING now of the dollars you are wasting might keep that hard time from ever coming a Ky Title Savings Bank and Trust Co Fifth and Court Place Open Daily Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p m + J IaIMI c 0r QEO KEELEY Wholesale 7 c tI HJ l DR J T CUAWKI Veterinary Infirmary I 713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET 3 TilnlMMSCnb S 299a HMM City 2399 3 Uf WM KEELEY and Retain ECgELgy BRO11IIry1a1T MARI DT- IIi teFkeae City 7831 135 1V Jeffersoa St rINX W1NBS GiA L KLOLB y ass Wo4t Grcoa Street yLQt70JLtI 1f N N NN OINNN NNeNN NN NNN N M NiNN N1N NN N N- NINNNNN10Ni1NN Ni1 NN N N N 0 IiounmII Let This Toy Store Help You Complete Your Christmas Plans Toys hero are conveniently arranged In our Basement so that satisfactory selection1 Is a matter JT of very little time The immensity of our stocks insures variety to suit every individual choice Se lections made now will bo stored and delivered when requested Wo especially emphasize our pro parcdncss to meet the demand for wheel toys In addition wo show everything that is now reveal T lug the products of master minds of the world ti 1arV I r eTOYSa 0 S 0 tGke A 9a ytT S Ss 0 UMs IIJtccll Chairs lOc and 20c Square Tables 2cGOc to 128 Round Folding Tables 50c and 9100 White Enameled Table Tea I Sets 100 1060 Swinging Horses 305 to Enameled Pile Cooking DRESSINGSt Enable you to the Christmas package giving it the Christmas spirit which will add much to the Joy of giving At our Christmas booth will found assortment of Cliristmas Cards Tags Seals Labels Cord Ribbonzeno Holly Mistletoe Tissue Paper Gum Tape Gift Boxes Coin Boxes Handy Boxes Greeting Cards etc THE CHILDREN WELFARE GOODS Z In our Book Department you will find half a dozen Games Pastimes Sewing Outfits Painting Kits etc especially prepared for little children Each and every ono of tJicso liMI Ii been by expert kindergarten teachers are well considering when nuke your ttIChrIstmas selections The prices are and and include the following A125cCu- tout Paper Dolls tp bo painted and cut out paints brushes and trunks to hold dolls and Farm to ho painted t IItrousseau outM50c Pastime occupations Gifts fort the children to make blotters calendars or sachets Each box i complete with paints brushes ribbons etc year book is n of and a constant reminder of M I is no more gift To learn the books published to our equipped and selections the assortments 1 1 grownups folks J j 4N NN00 NNNN NNN NN NNNN iY I TIlE CHURCH days of obligation on Which every Catholic who has come to the age of reason Is obliged hear mass and to rest from servile work unless hindered by sickness or sufficient cause 1 All Sundays in the 2 The of yearIor Now Years day 3 Ascension of Our Lord May 13 4 The of the Blessed Virgin August 16 5 All Saints November 1 6 The of the Blessed Virgin December 8 7 The Nativity of Our Lord De cember 25 Fast day on every Cath olic who has reached the age of twentyone and Is not lawfully ex cused All the week days of Lent beginning on Ash February 17 The Fridays in Advent the Ember days four times a viz the Fridays and Sun days following 1 The first Sunday In Lent February 24 27 2 May 26 28 29 3 The fourteenth of Sep tem er 15 17 18 4 third Sunday of Advent December 15 1718 Also the vigil of Pentecost May 22 of the August 18 CAll Saints October 31 ot Christmas December 24 When It feast falls on Monday Is on Saturday preceding In some the Friday of the Ember days is the only Friday in Advent on which is an obllga Lion to of abstinence on which we are not allowed to eat flesh meat All Fdrlaya In the year and all fast days of obligation excepting those on which the use of flesh meat is expressly allowed by the proper authorities Solders and sailors in the service of the United States however are exempt tram the rule abstinence all through the year excepting upon Ash Friday and Saturday in Holy Week and upon the vigils of the Assump tion and of Christmas In most dioceses of the United States dispensa tion from is granted to the laboring classes and their household on day Fridays Ash Friday and Saturday of Holy Week and the vigil of Christmas LOURDES IN Tomorrow at 8 oclock St Hall Thirteenth and Broadway there will be a most en tertaining and Instructive picture show which will consist trip through Lourdes with a lecture and full of each picture and the many wonderful cures effected there This will have an especial Interest on account of the nearness of the Feast qt the1m maculate which will be Tuesday There will also be an trip Yellow stone Park The admission will be ten oehU for adults and five cents for children the to be for the church vestment fund White Cradles 18 Inches 25d 24 inches SOC Panama Driver automatic toy 100- Kitchen Sets pure aluminum 8plece set 100 Tea Breakfast and Dinner Sets 25c to 700 embellish true be complete Tinsel GIVE Cutout games approved worth you 25c OOc 26 excepting proceeds IVOREX PLAQUES Modeled by Arthur Osborn and imported from England aro truly artistic and In every way desirable for purposes Finished in modified colorings which shade from buff to brown celebrated characters and places they will at once ap peal to lovers of high art The prices range from 100 to 500 There are over 100 subjects in the collection among which arc The Forum The Gleaners Sir Galahad Ruins of the Colosseum Rome Why Worry and many others Stationery Dept IIToy IIIronDENNISONSGIFT ircllucell IIRcllucc 11This GIVE BOOKSpleasure the 0r1 There appropriate holiday of this come in Department early are com plete Choice books for and THAN BOOKS FOR GIFTS N N NN N NOiNO N YEAR to Circumcision Assumption Immaculate Conception binding Wednesday Wednesdays Whitsunday September Assumption ot the the dioceses fast of Wednesday aTstlnqnco Wednesday Wednesday PICTURES night at Augustines description entertainment Conception observed Imaginary through giftgiving portraying I r JlIniL 1 Deserves Success to IISurely August 1912 notPAI ItriedI tookPastor thenIworkagainII theIMr F Cherry of Stevensvllle Mont becomeamlctedcausewhatsoever bottleTontohadrecommendtookPastoragallnst2JfverY often fREE I IIQS 1btf ourmill nervousnessMr A Valuable Book on Ner SamplebottlepalIel1lPrepared by REV FATHER KOENIO 11 Fort led tine 1876 and now by th KOENIG MED CO Chicago Ill 62 W Lake Street Bear Dearborn Md SSLreAMERICAN CHRONOLOGY Timely Record of Some Memor able Events in the Catholic History of America By James A Rooney LL December 6 1818 Dedication of St Josephs log church at Somerset Ohio built by Rev Edward Fen wick O P on ground donated by tho Dlttoo family a twostory log house nearby became the first Dominican convent December 7 1649Father Charles Gamier Jesuit missionary in the Huron country mar tyred at St Johns Village on the eve of tho Immaculate Conception while In the act of absolving a dying Indian Doecmber 8 1850rCathedral of the Immaculate Conception Mo bile Ala consecrated by the Right Rev Ignatius Reynolds Bishop of Charleston probably first church in the United States dedicated under title corner stone laid January 31 1836 December 9 1841The Right Rev Wlnand M TVigger third Bishop of Newark N J b rnin New York ordained June 10 consecrated October 18 1881 cornerstone of St Patricks Cathedral June 11 1899 died off pneumonia January 5 1901 December JO 1890n invitation of Bishop England three Ursuline nuns Mbther Mary Charles Malony Dieterl Mary Borgia Mc Carthy and Ittiter Mary Antbnla Hughes arrived at Charleston so j 0 IIlor and aao Kitchen DlnlnJroomi i+ II and any Special Values In ART NEEDLEWORK SECTION IILarge assortment of Cliildrens DressesStamped representing ii Those Stamped Dresses are on white flaxon pique and colored poplin In the entire collection will ho found all ages from 1 to 14 years Regular prices B5c 51c 75c 100 125 150 1 A good continual source best season well Book make wIllIe little i NOTHING BETTER Holy other year The vigil kept there Days ofa long long Rome III M Wayne I D Canadian A that 1865 laid ONTO WATSON The following Iis a copy of a letter written to Thomas Watson the ed itor of the Jeffersonian the bitter A P A sheet published at Thomp son Oa- Thomas E Watson Thompson Ga care of Jeffersonlan Dear Sir I have been one of your supporters fqr years Every bait you threw out I like hundreds of others swal lowed thinking that you were out friend and loader and that we could trust you at any and all times But the piece about Catholic priests and Catholic wives was so unreasonable that I commenced to investigate Catholics and priests I had a niece that had gone to a Catholic school and from the training that she got I knew that something was wrong and after several visits to a larger city I find that the trouble was In Thomas E Watson and the false reports that you have been sending broadcast to get up a bitter feeling so that you could deceive the illiterate class and get a large cir culation for your paper I also notice how you are trying to get up a bitter feeling about Woodrow Wilson and Hoke Smith the two best statesmen in the world today who are doing more for our country than any two that we have ever sent to Washington I now realize that you are nothing but a common sore head and I am now wide awake to your tricks and deception You have fooled me your last time I feel re morse for ever following you and being deceived by you po long But thank God I am now back in the fdld of my fathers to stay and I will spend the balance of my days trying to correct the harm that I have done trying to follow you So Ttinmle goodbye I for one of your fold am gone never to return Yours truly J D SMITH N BPleaseput this in your pa per and discontinue mine as I do not want my little girls to read your dirty trash any longer as it corrupts their morals and makes them feel like everybody Is dirty and that virtue is in past history alone BLESSING OF STATIONS The new stations at St Leos church Highland Park will be blessed tomorrow afternoon by Very Rev Father Leonard Superior of the local Franciscans and who will also preach the sermon The many Louisville friends of Rev Father J J Fitzgerald the pastor should tako this opportunity of visiting St Leos church which has been entirely renovated and repaired since the fire of last winter Services will begin at 3 oclock ST ALOYSIUS AWARDS I The following are the list of awards in connection with the bazar held at Pewee VaJIoy for St Aloysius church Ales Agnes Woe for Louisville a live pig J McCormick Creetwbod a dressed turkey M X 8chlmpeler Pewee Valley a live turkey Mulls Mary M Sullivan Louisville a shirt waist rt 1 For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street AA A A A A CANDIED REQUEST We respectfully request our patrons to leave their orders for Christmas Candies as soon as pOllibleandavoid the rush of the last few days RUDOLPH BAUER CANDY MAKERS 230 West Market 219 West Jefferson N NN Wt U9 J1IOt Mulloys Special Blend at 25c Ib- Is superior to many Coffees sold at higher prices If you wish a good Coffee that is always satisfactory try our Special Blend JOHN M MULLOY Ptioo ijaj aia w MAJEUCBTP TP E5IBT aIIgIIIoe e te tt INCORPORATED wSOLI3isALJ3 AND R1 TAIL PHONESOUTH 2Sw CITY 1866 Tip Top BreadII I Guaranteed 100 Pure Labels good for picture show tickets any kind of trading stamps ar many other useful articles carried in our premium roomsN- iN4NVN1NA11NNN4N Y GERMAN BANKWe Are Now Occupying Our TEMPORARY QUARTERS 124 SOUTH FIFTH STREET i BETWEEN MAIN AND MARKET Pending erection of pur new building at Fifth and Mar- ketOHLMANN 0 1 1 0 1 + 1uSloH+ + U + H oJ 01 10 + + 01 t + + tHHoJ FRANK A GROCERIES FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES- You Can Make a Square Meal of Our Round Steak Cumbo Pkm Mate 987a Boats PhOH City 5252 900 Franklin Street 4++ +10+ + + ++ + + + lUW GAS HEATERS We have the best assortment of Gas Heaters in the city and you can save money by buying a Gas Heater direct from us and letting your plumber make connections I QEHER t SON 215 WEST MARKET ST p +Ii UIB n SIll Oil HII r 11 S I11I S II IIIIII1 H+U 1111 M J BANNON P BM NON JR LAWRENCE 1 VEENEMAN Pus t Mir VIei Pru i Trtas Secntiry P BANNON PIPE CO Sewer and Calvert Pip- eSaaaeasPateat Lidded Pipe far Steam Ceaialts Wall Coping Drala Tile tltrllei Sr Fire tree5a j Flae LialB Fire Stick Grate and leilerTile GretiBi Fire Clay Chimney Tops OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON HOME PHONES CITY 5731786 OUMB MAIN 507 WORKS oi 13 tit Mid Br oV a dMgfioH Xvlkiffk aad1 lr1ffhi44I- f c x