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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l WEDO r FIRST Gite T1iie Next VOLUME XXXIIINO 23 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY DECEMBER 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS TRADE UNION The School For tho Higher Education of tho Work4 ingman Secretary of Labor Wilson Was Graduated From That School S His Address at American Federation of Labor Worth Study HUMAN BEING VERSUS MACHINE The son of a common working man later a miner and a member of various trades unions for forty threo years now a member of Wil sons Cabinet a foremost statesman of the land Is the record of Hon William B Wilson a graduate of the school of trade unionism Indeed It was not his family connections or education nor his wealth and grad ual rise In Government employ that mado a statesman out of tho trade unionist but merely the experience gained in the weekly and monthly meetings of his union at the annual conventions of his trade and later his attendance at the many conven tions of the American Federation ot Labor It was there In the labor movement and later in Congress that he voiced the hopes and views and gave expression to the wrongs Inflicted upon labor and worked and accomplished much for labor and for tho people generally It is of much Interest fo trade unionists and particularly to all workingmen that his address to the delegates of the American Federation of Labor at Philadelphia is studied by all Secre tary Wilson said in port We have taken the ground and we think Justly that employers and employes have a mutual interest In securing the largest possible produc tion with a given amount of labor the larger the amount that is pro duced the larger the amount that Is available for distribution that their Interests only diverge when It comes to a determination of the share that should go to each and the methods under which the material should be produced As their interests only diverge at those points it is the proper thing for employers and em ployes alike to sit down around the council table and work out the problem they have to deal with on as nearly as correct mathematical basis as possible Working from that theory of the mutual Interests that each has in production we have proceeded to the consideration of these problems And again we i have been critVflzed as being par 1 tisans upon the theory that the De partment of Labor in acting as a mediator performs Judicial func tions and there is no more reason that the Department of Labor should be debarred from handling trade disputes upon a diplomatic basis be cause it Is interested in the welfare of the workers than that the Depart ment of State should be debarred from handling International dis putes because of the fact that It is n part of the Federal Government of I the United States What we need in handling trade disputes and what we have at tempted to select in handling trade I disputes is men who have experience and who are levelHeaded and un derstand the technicalities of the sub ject matter they are to deal with You can not take a man who has had no experience you can not take a man who knows nothing about a trade no matter how big he Is and Inject him Into the negotiations for the of a trade dispute and expect to get beneficial results from his Injection into if You must take men who have had prac tical experience And so we have gone on with this line of work kind as I have said in nearly every in stance We have been successful And those instances where we have been unsuccessful have been principally due to that class of employers ex tremists a class becoming smaller and smaller as the years go by who simplyatablishments to be treated In ex actly the same way as they would treat other machines with this dif ference that the Inanimate machine In their shop is so constructed and so standardized that they can calculate with almost mathematical accuracy what the working strain and what the breaking strain of the machine Is and they know If they crowd the machine up to the break Ing strain and it does break It will cost them something to replace the machine Not so much with the human being that is employed by them and that they look upon as a machine He Is not standardized be is not uniform In his physical and mental equipment there has bean no method determined by which you can calculate the breaking strain or the working strain of a human be IngEven the worker himself does not know what his own breaking humanstrain and it does break then It costs the employer nothing to re 1 place It We have held throughout that the human being is an entirely different thing from the machine and ahould be treated entirely ail ferent from the manner In which you treat the machine The human beIng who la employed in the tdant lit 3 living BiovIng i sentient being like enwfllYW irtui ill the Kopec and KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN all the aspirations that God has Im planted in tho human breast and Is entitled to the same considerations as you would give to any other human being who Is not engaged as a wage worker We have all along recognized that tho employers own the land that they own the plants that they own the machines but wo have positively denied continuously denied that they own the men and for the first time in the history of this or any other country we have that idea embodied in legislation that labor is no longer a commodity or article of commerce and can not bo any longer considered as such OFFICERS ELECTED Despite the rain there was a good attendance at the meeting of Dlvis ion 2 A O H and the pleasant reunion that followed President Ford occupied the chair and extend ed a cordial greeting to County President Connelly and other vis itors present Secretary Daniel OKeefe read a communication from the National Secretary and pre sented another application for the initiation to take place at the January meeting The division by unanimous vote approved tho recom mendation to hereafter meet in the Llederkranz Hall building Sixth and Walnut on the first Thursday oC theelectionserve longer President Ford ex pressed his appreciation of the courtesy and friendship extended him during the seventeen years lid presided over Division 2 The fol lowing officers were then chosen ton the ensuing term President Joseph Lynch Vice PresidentDaniel OKeofe Recording Secretary John T KeaneyFinancial SecretaryEdward J KeiranTreasurerThomas Hannan SergeantatArms John P Hel ton Standing Committee James Welsh John J Sullivan William T Meehan Owen Sullivan Michael OKeefeCounty President Connelly in a1 heart to heart talk commended the spirit exhibited by the members present He had only words of en couragement and said there was no doubt that Division 2 was entering upon an era that would restore its former prestige Complimenting the retiring officers he expressed the be lief that their successors were earnest and willing workers and with them the Division would go for ward and enter the front rank Will lam M HIggins Michael OKeefe and William T Meehan spoke briefly after which all enjoyed the luncheon and refreshments presided over by James Welsh and Joseph Lynch Jiv the nearifuture the division will en tertaln with a euchre and dance CHARLES J MGUIRE Announcement of the demise on Monday of Charles J McGuire after a brief illness of indigestion was a shock and surprise to his legion of friends and acquaintances through out the city and State Deceased was born in Birr Kings county Ireland sixtyfour years ago and was brought by his parents to this country when but seven years old The greater part of his life was passed in Louisville over forty years being spent in the home where he died on Gray street Charlie McGuire as he was familiarly called was an affable gentleman whose sterling qualifications and scholarly attainments won him strong friendships True and steadfast as a friend with warm hearted sympathy for those less for tunate he was one who struggled for the upbuilding of the beautiful city that mourns his death For ten years ho was Secretary and Treasurer of the Louisville Transfer Company when he became identified with the Greenbaum Distillery Company from which he retired five years ago to engage in the real estate business Mr McGuire was a student of his tory and sound literature and while a true and patriotic American he never forgot the land of his birth and to see Ireland free was his ardent desire He was a devoted husband and loving father and leaves to mourn his loss his wife who was Miss Ella OConnor two daughters Misses Mary and Rose Mc Guire a sister Miss Nettie McGuire and two brothers James McGuire and the Rev Father Thomas Mc Guire whose illness prevented him from attending the last solemn ob sequies The funeral took place Wednesday morning from St Johns church when Rev Father Schuh mann paid feeling tribute to the exemplary life and character thatj had left them The pallbearers were Dr J W Fowler Dr John Galvin Prof W II Bartholomew Dr Met calfe Lawrence Veeneman E J Mann and Charles OConnor MERLIN TUB MINSTREL One of our local citizens went into the Tax Receivers office the other morning and going up to one of tho windows questioned the young man stationed thereabout his tax bill but was amazed to have fired back at him Why does a chicken cross the street and What makes more noise than a pig la a gate Before the taxpayer could reply the deputy begged his pardon and explained that he had been rehearsing his lines for the minstrel show to be given by the members of the St Charles ball club on December 58 29 and 30 In St Charles Hall Twentyseventh and Chestnut streets The deputy was Merlin Hogan the crack outfielder who is also due to make a hit as one of the sweet singers SECOND TO ITALY After Italy the United States hate theCetYglletHocMM find diseases 1 1 vtf GLADDEN Preaches Another Convincing Sermon On People and Friendship Scores Those Who Question the Loyalty of Catholic Citizens The Foundation On Which the Commonwealth Must Rest RELIGION REQUIRES LOYALTY Dr Washington Gladden the noted Protestant churchman of Columbus Ohio in his Sunday ser mon in the Congregational church replying to several questions said in partBut some of you are asking a question that wo dften hear Can a Roman Catholic be loyal to his country It is a little like asking Can there be a sky over our heads and earth under our feet Look about you You know a good many Roman Catholics Are they not as a rule patriotic people Do they not as a rule obey the laws like other people and pay their taxes as promptly as Protestants Are they not ready when their country calls to give their lives in her defense How many of them left their bones on Southern battlefields Can a Catholic be a loyal American Did you ever hear of William T Sher man or Philip H Sheridan Oh it is shameful to utter such a suspicion You can of course by put ting your own construction on the Catholic doctrine make it clear to yourself that a Catholic can not be loyal but the simple question is how does the Catholic understand it Every intelligent Catholic declares that his religion resulres him to be loyal to his country and Catholics by the 10000 have sealed that doc trine with their blood But there are a good many Prot estants who though they may not consciously adopt the policy of disfranchising Catholics are dlspctaed to do all they can do discredit them Their minds are full of suspicion they are quick to credit anyevll tale that can be told about Catholics and not slow to give it currency It is sickening to note tho eagerness with which such stories are welcomed and retailed I am speaking now of Protestants and I am saying these things because I am a Protestant and because Protestantism is dis honored and defiled by such methods of controversy In the name of all that is sacred and honorable in the religion of my fathers I protest against these campaigns of calumny To make answer as many do that the Catholics are equally abusive and libelous is to descend into the gutter If that were true would it be any justification It Is a pretty cheap sample of a man who does not hate such methods whoever resorts to them but it is when they are preached in aid of a cause that is dear to me that they become to me doubly execrable and infamous then It is that with all my soul I abhor them So we come back to our question and repeat the confession of our faith that religious people can be friends and must be friends Prot estants and Catholics living together on this broad continent working together in fields and mines and shops and stores and offices and factories partners in industrial and civil life have got to be friends What other attitude will they take toward each other but that of friendship Shall they hold each other aloof put each other under suspicion treat each other as though neither trusted tho others sincerity That will never do You can not build a Common wealth on any such foundation as thatOh Christian men what am I say Ing To whom am I speaking I am speaking to men and women who believe in God the Father who aro known as the disciples of Jesus Christ Let me cover my face for shame I am standing here nine teen centuries after the angels sang peace and good will over the plains of Bethlehem and trying to prove to men who bear the name of Jesus that they can be and ought to be friendsHas it come to this that such a plea is needed May God forgive us alit TOMORROW AT ST BOND7ACE Tomorrow will be the anniversary of a number of the societies of St Boniface church and being the Sun day within the octave of the feast ol the Immaculate Conception there will celebration at thebe an Impjeeslve solemn vespers in the afternoon The Rev Father Fitzgerald pastor of St Leos church Highland Park will preach the sermon on this occasion a distinction seldom conferred on any but member of the orders K OF O LBOTURE Dr Peter S Ganz will deliver a lecture at the Kof1C Hall next Wednesday evening for the benefit of the members his subject to be a report of the Catholic Federation and what it propose to do In the future Thomas WaJlI the CoHn cl1 Leetwrer kw l arranged a splendid programme for every Wemtway Teaing during the lecturers w lom t L COMING EVENTS December 20 Entertainment for St Philip Nerl church at Wlndthorst Hall Floyd and Woodbine December SOrChrlstmas entertainment St Leos school Highland Park December 2830 Minstrel show at St Charles Hall TwentyseventhI and Chestnut I I Tuesday December 29 Euchrft forI Belgium sufferers at St Will lams school hall i January 67Euchre and lotto for St Mary and Elizabeth Hospital to be held in hospital building Tuesday JanuSr12 Suchre and lotto by Cathedral Altar Society in new Cathedral hall January 24 LCatholic Choral Union concert at Macauleys Thea ter for benefit otSt Lawrence Insti tute for Homeless Boys January 27 Sewing Society annual charity euchre and lotto at Phoenix Hill lor St Anthonys Hospital + OO+OOON 01l0 0 0l040Os P RILi iJ Tries Another Icthod of Bleeding ItA Dupes and Fol it lojvcrs L Wants Subscribers to Pay For Life Time Subscrip tins tt- I tnd It The Publisher Sees Beginning of the End of the A P A Movement j WANTS SOME GETAWAY MONEY HAttention readers is called to the hard luckstory of the editor of the Peril an A P A sheet which has been published at Wllkesboro North whlph only recently subscribers In carOllnaand of moving Its to the appeal does not offpublicationThe tlntedo1onoSpecial Appeal Edition the editor and publisher requesting that his dupe following come forward with 6 each to assist him in buying a linotype machine and press to cost 7000 but does not explain what became of the thousands of dollars he received for support in the past and which was growing by thousands weekly The Peril publisher further confesses that he only sent out two papers the last two months but jollies his subscribers who are com plaining that in his next Installment he will publish more Disclosures of the Horrible Workings of the Detroit House of Good Shepherd He further states that the Peril will make a special campaign against the houses of the Good Shepherd and that the battle cry of the Peril will be Down with the houses of the Good Shepherd and that at once In wanting to move his plant and also pleading for what ho terms life smoothtongueddisturber writing on the wall that the end of the A P A movement and per cu tion is in sight Tho following lshls appeal as printed in the Peril I am going to make a personal appeal to every subscriber and friend of the Peril to help me buy a linotype machine and printing press so that I can set up print the paper and send It out regularly I have been hiring my type set and printing done in WInstonSalem N C eightyfive miles from Wilkes boro and by the time I paid my printing bill freight bill and my own expenses in going to Winston Salem to read the proof and help make up the print forms the ex penses of getting out the paper and receiptsfromFor the sake of the cause the paper represents and because of the hard work that I have put on the publication to make dt a power against the Roman political machine I appeal to every subscriber and plantoa linotype machino and printing press so that I can print the paper regularly and send It out and to help me raise the fund A linotype machine will cost me 2500 and a printing press 4500 making a total cost of 7000 Here is my plan to raise this amount A lifetime subscription to the Peril is 5 and a fiveyearsubscription is 1 If the majority of my Subscrib ers will send me a lifetime sub scription and those who can not possibly spare the 5 for a lifetime subscription will send me 1 for a five yearsubscription I will have the pubUcatlon my subscribers and friends to send me fB for a lifetime subscription which will be only a small amount from you but which will mean when all your lifetime subscriptions are put together a sufficiently large amount for me to fully equip the Peril and make Ita fullfledged weekly which I shall make it as soon as I get the new equipment In stalled As stated above if you oan not possibly spare 6 to put you on my ulwerltploa list for life Md tie+ n for five 7tic- r 1 NATCHEZ John Mary Joseph Chanche Was First Bishop of That Diocese Irish Priests Ministered to Early English and American Settlers During Eleven Years Episco pate Chnrch Made Marked Progress ESTABLISHED MANY MISSIONS By James A Rooney LL D After twice declining the miter in two of the most Important sees In the country once as coadjutor to Archbishop Whltfield of Baltimore and again as coadjutor to Bishop Dubois of Now York the Rev John Mary Joseph Chanche S3 President of St Marys College Baltimore finally accepted the Bull Universl Dominic Gregis of Gregory XVI dated December 15 1840 appoint ing him as the first Bishop of Natchez Miss From a worldly viewpoint it was one of the most desolate and unpromising fields comprising the entire State of Mississippi but with sacred tradi tions of missionary effort on the part of Jesuit and Capuchin going back many years The adventurous De Soto was there in 1540 then came La Salle in 1682 claiming the country for France next Dlbervlllo attempted colonization and his lieutenant Font built Fort Rosalie not far from Natchez In 1727 the Jesuits and Capuchins labored among the Indians and French and the Jesuit Father Du Poisson met a martyrs death in the Indian massacre of 1729 While the region was In the possession of Spain the Government In 1787 sent four Irish priests to minister to such English and AmerI- cans as might be attracted as settlers They were Fathers Con stantine McKenna William Savage Michael Lamport and Gregory White A tract of land now within the limits of the city was purchased and dedicated to the purposes of re ligion but this was confiscated by the United States lntaklnfepossesu slon of the country In 1797 on the ground that the title vested In the Spanish Government and was prop erly Included In the Louisiana pur chase When the Irish priests with draw the Catholics were ministered to by occasional missionaries includ ing Father Anthony Blanc after ward the first Archbishop of New Orleans and Father John Tlmon C M afterward first Bishop of Buf falo and the only priest there at the time of the unheralded arrival alone and at night of Bishop Chanche was Father Brogard The Bishop was a magnificent specimen of manhood in the prime of life at fortysix tall and com manding in figure handsome of face and Ibland and gentle of man ner He was a descendant of wealthy refugees from the negro outbreak in Santo Domingo and was born in Baltimore October 4 1795 Having been educated by the Sulplclans he became one of them and was ordained June 6 1819 taking up his duties as professor In St Marys and succeeding the Rev Samuel Eccleston as President in 1834 on the latters appointment to the see ot Baltimore One of the most accomplished preachers of his time he was in much demand for sermons before and after his consecration He was master of ceremonies at the first council of Baltimore and theologian at the fourth His consecration took place in the Baltimore Cathedral March 14 1841 the Most Rev Archbishop Eccleston officiating assisted by Bishops Fenwick of Boston and Hughes of New York He started for his see on April 27 and he ar rived unaccompanied at Natchez May 10 by boat from New Orleans He landed at night and had neither reception nor ovation the only one to welcome him being a negro who shouldered his single piece of bag gage and preceded the Bishop to the hotel where he put up or the night But he lost no time in letting his people know that he was on hand for the very morning after his com ing which was Ascension Thursday he offered the Divine Sacrifice in Mechanics Hall preached and ex Plalned somo of his plans He said he came to them to organize tho diocese and he began practically without church priest or school or funds to provide them His people made s ready and generous response and the trustees conveyed to him a splendid property at Main and Union streets for a Cathedral With every assurance that he would find united support he started North to seek ad ditional help and among other gifts received the sum of 8500 from Bishop Blanc a fund that had been provided by the Association for the Propagation of the Faith He returned very much encouraged bringing with him some accomplished teachers two of them his own nieces He laid the cornerstone of his new Cathedral February 24 1842 as listed by the Rev Jolla O Francois abdtheRevP P Deagaultler and authorstis Though not quite finished the Cathe followingChristmas of lnnt churches established thirtytwo mis- sionsI and increased the number of his clergy to eleven He Introduced the Sisters of Charity from Emmits burg and other teaching orders who have since established many houses throughout the diocese Bishop Chanches last episcopal act was to participate in the first provincial council of Baltimore In May 1862 At its close he paid a family visit to some relatives in Frederick Md There he was stricken with his last Illness a virulent form of cholera morbus from which ho failed to rally and he I passed peacefully to his reward July 22 1852 in the fiftysixth year of his age and the eleventh of his I episcopate MACKltf COUNCIL Mackin Council had the most ex citing and enthusiastic meeting of the year Monday night when the annual election was held Every candidate had his personal following and this brought out an immense attendance President George Thornton wielded the gavel firmly otherwise the meeting would have lasted until morning Intense In terest centered in the various con tests and not until the last ballots were counted could the results be foretold One application was re ceived and cheers greeted the reporb that not a member was on the sick list President Thornton announced that next Monday night Charles I Cate would tell of his seven years experience in Panama which would prove interesting and Instructive Ho also urged the members to work for bOIheldTwelve tellers were appointed to conduct the election which resulted as follows President Tohn J Lynn First Vice President John W MurphySecond Vice PresidentMartin- P SchaddTreasurerGeorge J Thornton Financial SecretaryWilliam A Cassin Recording SecretarYWilliam G BickelMarshalharry Alberts Inside SentinelEdward Gratzer Outside Sentinel Georgo Dwyer Executive Committee Frank G Adams Thomas Bachman Frank Geller A W Andrlot John R BarryThe officerselect will be Installed at the first meeting in the new year and it is proposed to make it one of the most notable Mackin has yet held COVINGTON The city of Covington mourns the death of Senator Walker G Hall whose funeral was held Saturday morning from St Marys Cathedral Vicar General Brossart a personal friend of thQ late Senator was tho celebrant of the requiem high mass and in paying tribute to the deceased alluded to the fact that only the week before in a conversation with Senator Hall the latter made reference to a sermon touching on the preparedness for death Many State officials attended the funeral among the number being Lieut Gov McDermott accompanied by State Sen ators Knight and Huffaker bf Louis ville Spears of Frankfort former Judge Lasslng State Auditor Bos worth and his assistant Peter Jones of Frankfort and Senator Webster Helm of Newport FATTIER HUGH LILLY The older members of St Louis Bertrands parish were grieved when they learned of the death of the Rev Father Hugh Lilly Preacher General of the Dominican order at St Anthonys Hospital in Columbus Ohio which occurred after an illness of pneumonia Father Lilly was eighty years old and is remembered by tho older generation For a num ber of years he was Prior of tho order hero during which time the Church of St Louis Bertrand at Sixth and St Catherine streets was begun under his direction He made many mission tours over the country and through his zeal and persistent work rose to the rank of Preacher General His funeral and interment took place Monday In New York City PRESENTS FOR CHILDREN Santa Claus will come to the Shelby Democratic Club as usual this year on December 26 The committeemen have been working diligently for two months collecting presents which will be given to the children of the Second and Third wards Last year 1600 children enjoyed the occasion and plans aro to make this years celebration equally as enjoyable There will be six Santa Clauses Magistrate Frank Dacher Phil J Flelg Jacob Hartstern Dr C W Schmitt Jo seph Seller and Lawrence Stelni metz GENERAL MEETING The general meeting of the Louis villa Conferences of the St Vincent de Paul Society will be held tomorrow afternoon in the Knights of Columbus Hall on Fourth street President John A Doyle will address the members on tho work of the National Conference of Charities at Washington to which he was a dele gate A record attendance is looked for JEFFERSONVILIjE The Columbian Club of Jeferson ville has elected officer for six months at follows Otto M Schnat ter President William H Cole Vice President Charles Heuver Secre tary George Schnatter Treasurer Jardee RUHr Thomas Kelly Bd ward OlSrien andiO W tte Di rector w WE DOx PRINTINGFIRST Give Thin Office Tour Next Order CANDIDATES Testing Public Sentiment With Semiofficial Announcements Henry Bosworth Anxious to Get In tho Governors Race Some Local Candidates Not in Great Favor With the Voters MIKE TYNAN NOW IN THE JAIL j The semiofficial announcement of State Auditor Henry Dosworthij I thoI f announcement of his fellow State officer Attorney General James Gar befollowedi the raco of Commissioner of Agriculture J B iNewman but the latter I i ofthecelve from the Democrats of Louis thefIghtcause him to step aside at this time thIsdistrIctHenrySchweltersrun the latter will devote his en ergies toward securing a big vote for Tom Rhea for Auditor The re port will not down that exMayor Head will be In the race for the Gubernatorial nomination but if ho closestfriendsthe above list are hesitating about their candidacy Lieut Gov McDermott Is busy receiving many pledges nslderthatand thus far ho has enlisted quite a formidable organization There seems to be a disposition on tho fotlStatebutthisnominalations candldatellforthe name of Merit ONeal has been suggested as an entry for Judge of Pleasbranchand an able lawyer Judge Muir Weissinger Is a sure candidate for expectedthatcandidate for reelection There la sure to be several sharp contests for Judgeships in the election next year and there is quite a feeling In the ranks of the Democratic voters positions organizationIndates and strange to say are of the opinion that they are needed on tho ticket to insure success The mention in these columns last week of the possible candidacy of Henry Wallingford against Adam Spahn for the Legislative nomina tion in the Second and Third wards has brought to light another strong contenders if he listens to the sug gestions of his friends and that ft George Kottler who has proven himself a big factor in Democratic cir cles in that district and if he enters the race a battle royal is In sight Itis also believed that Logan Rock will fithefi composed of the Sixth and Seventh wards Dr J A Casper has also been urged to enter the race for the nomination In the Fiftieth district which Is the Tenth ward If he cares to run Will Duffy will be unop theFiftyfirst s To the gratification of the many who know him Mike Tynan was ap pointed on Jailer Charles Fosters force this past week and if there is a loyal and faithful Democrat de + + appointeeThisJailer Fosters most popular selections and will redound credit to his already successful administration publication alocalImpression that the making and bigfigurecandidateforbut the truth Is Mr Dugan iIs as ear prised as the next when be cornea across his advertisement the ban different hleknowledgepopularity and strength MARTIN OTOOLE KILLED Martin OToole forty years old and residing at 1836 High street sustained fatal injuries in ana explosion on the Portland canal where he was engaged in construction work by the Bickel Company The unfortunate man was setting a fuse lead ing to a charge ot dynamite when the charge exploded He was rushed to the hospital butt suecunbed a short time after reaching there Kls wife and the following sisters cur vlvehlmMrsJohn Burke Mrs Patrick Sweeney Mrs Mary Reardon and Mrs Margaret Dunne The fu floral was held Monday morning from Sty Cedllas church of whlcj the dead man wag tones meinb pr V- m y L LY Y YYd I1 YC AI IRISH flMERIGflN EVERY SATURDAY i I A4vMC aeaBt el IrUh Aawrksw and CtAeHcs Order of Hlbermlani Young Msaa CatboUc Knights of America PRINTING COl corporUed Pubfhr IKiNTU6kY DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY SC IU ItI Pteatca u SiwadGUM nth UNTUCKY d- IABFl COUNCIL 1WSII AMERICAN JW21 West tetea St SATURDAY DECEMBER 12 1914 IN AND OUT OF MEXICO Why the sudden abandonment of Vera Cruz by the United State troops asks the editor of Lesliei Weekly Even the best friends of President Wilson were surprised by It The World criticises him severely Hearsts American says that the Presidents policy in Mexico has proved an utter and humiliating failure and the Times rejoices that we are well out of It A letter from Mexico to the editor of Leslies confirms the statement of Cardinal OConnell at Boston recently that atrocities are being t committed In Mexico against priests and nuns It is said that when the attention of President Wilson was brought to this condition and the c American Government was urged ttc extend Its protection to the Catholic church In Mexico It was decided al r once to withdraw tho troops from Vera Cruz and get out of the entanglement as speedily as possible And now the question arises why should we have embroiled ourselves with Mexico even to the vergoof war Did we count the cost What good has been done Is Moxlcc better off Are we better off We s have Jeopardized the trade of a neighboring republic at the vory moment when It would have come to- us because the Germans who con trolled It largely have withdrawn President Wilson did not know the i Mexican He found Mexico with a President who had been recognized by all the other foreign nations He leaves It now with two or three claiming the Presidency and none ol them recognized by our Government or by any other If conditions at the outset IIn Mexico had been as dangerous to the peace and security of American residents as they are now we should have been Justified In interfering bt there was no Justification after Pr Ident Huerta had been constitution 111 inaugurated and officially recognized by all the great powers Our interference has cost us at least 10OOQ000 and the loss of seven teen lives of ibrave marines a costly bill for the shortsighted policy of an obstinate idealist undoubtedly In spired by the inexperienced states man at the head of our Department of State ONLY TO LIVE Coming from the reverend editor of the Catholic Advance this is more than good and will doubtless cause some serious thought Wo think the time is now ripe to establish a great society of Catholics for the purpose of getting permission to live In this country of which they were the first possessors and enjOY a little of that free fresh air with which God has supplied us all so abundantly This society should also guarantee to the general public of all and sundry kinds from Plymouth Rock on down that Catholics would not occupy any public offlco with money In it that they would assure the same public of their determina tion to eat only humble plo at all times and when buffeted never to strike back that they would have absolutely nothing whatever to say in the making of the laws of the land but that they would pay their taxes willingly and keep themselves end their church absolutely and Irrevocably separated from the State and the respectable people comprising it This gre society whatever it would do for Catholics would certainly contribute to the peace and contentment of a multitude of soap box orators twentyfive cent Rome howlers and gutterwallowing ed itonr NEWSPAPER FIGHTERS trite German army has scored decisive victories against the Rus sianr French and Belgians but are being whipped dally by the British In the newspapers EASY MONEY publisher of the Peril an A- pA whet waata his subscribers to pay lifetime subscriptions and it le ti cinch he will get away with them as tho class who swallow that Jltera tareand believe it art sure easy money SBMOUS MISTAKE A murderer and BU two aoeat sories hafi just beaa gives heavy penalties itt our criminal court They made the 1ftkit of sot using automobile in oonnltting ttf i e I A little gift to the needy parI tlcularly at this season of tho yea will bring happiness to the recipIent and will bring to you a better feeling No charitable act ever goes unrecorded even if It is not done with the blare of trumpets Four men were recently court martialed in the army for being absent from their post of duty What would happen to William Jennings Bryan did this rule apply to Cabinet members The December Issuo of the Peril appears in a white shroud That vile sheet Is practically dead despite Iits frantic appeal to Its dupes for 70001 RECENT DEATHS Frederick Haag of 810 Rubel avenue for many years in the grocery business died Tuesday after ia two years lllnesss of bronchitis HIs funeral was hold Thursday morning from St Brlglds church Surviving him are his wife and two children Fred and Anna Haag Sympathy of many friends is ten dared Mr and Mrs William OlLeary 450 North Twentysixth street whose Infant daughter succumbed early Sunday morning to an attack of convulsions Her funeral was hole Monday afternoon the body being tenderly laid to rest in St Johns cemetery The funeral of Miss Theresa Person beloved daughter of Henry A and the lato Lena Person was hole Monday morning from St Martins church Deceased was twentytwc years old and resided with her father at 815 South Hancock street Miss Person was a young woman who will bo missed by her many friends Funeral services over the remains of Thomas H Byrne were held Sunday morning at Holy Name church Deceased was the brotherinlaw of J B Cummings 2727 South Third street and was widely known and highly respected throughout th State His death was due to in tlrmitles incident to his advance years Many Louisville people mourn the death of Mrs Margaret Orien beloved wife of tho late Mlchae OBrien a highly esteemed member of St Michaels congregation Mrs OBrien was the motherinlaw ot John CEfendrlcks 736 Washington street and had been a resident of this city for many years Th funeral was held Wednesday morn- Ing the Rev Father Schuhmann conducting the solemn services The last solemn rites were said Monday afternoon at St Louis Bar trands over the remains of Mrs Mary OConnor widow of tho late William OConnor iFor some tim Mrs OConnor had been ill at her home 1127 South Sixth street and though eighty years old her condition was not considered critical until shortly before death She is sur vlved by one son Robert OConnor and two daughters Mrs Bart Scan nell and Miss Teresa OConnor Tho funeral of Miss Anita Elliott laughter of Mrs Mary Elliott 411 North Twentyfirst street was held from St Cecilias church Miss Elliott soon after returning homo Saturday evening was stricken witl hemorrhages and died before a physician could be called Beside her mother Miss Elliott leaves two sisters Mrs A Carman and Miss Llllto Elliott and four brothers John Edward August and Charles Elliott Her father died two months tgo John E Sullivan aged fiftythree and a well known employe of the LouIsville Nashville railroad died uddenly Tuesday afternoon on the Taylor Boulevard Monday night he complained of headache Ho remained at home Tuesday and in the afternoon became unconscious cx tiring before a physician could be called A son John L Sullivan Jr SpinkirvlveFriday morning from Holy Name lurch KNIGHTS RETREAT Under the auspices of NeW Albany Council Knights of Columbus a retreat for men will be held at St larys church in that city beginning next Wednesday and continuing until Saturday night The retreat will be conducted by Rev Father 3 W Jansen S Jf of St Louis as isted by Rev William F Selbertz inter of St Marys There will be a mass at 5 oclock each morning and in the evening special services at 730 oclock FATHER LYONS BETTER Rev Rs Lyons O P who was threatened with an attack of pneumonia and was confined to his room at reporteddughoint I SECURE ANOTHER CHURCH Under the leadership of Rev Jo eph Wueet the colored Catholics ofj Detroit Mich have purchased the roptrty of the JK Mary Bplacopal arch Society and will couvwt the edlfloeSlato aplaoft of Catfiolle WrI- p nJI aIl SOGI TV10iI0 t n Iiiei I ee Councilman Al Stelger is threatened with pneumonia Mrs Alice Curtin is visiting iIn Covington tho guest of Mrs L L Smith Miss Nell C Flnegan is Just recovering from an attack of acute 1In- digestion Mrs Thomas M Barry has been 1111 at her home In iBeechmont with an attack of the grip James OConnor the well known contractor Is seriously ill at St Josephs Infirmary Miss Annie May Whalen enjoyed II pleasant visit with Mrs Thomas Barry at Beechmont Col James Hackett and son Lawrence Hackett left Tuesday to spena a month in California Miss Mary Virginia Campbell iIs home from Bardstown where she visited Miss Lida Lltsoy John Garritty for years a leading grocer in Jeffersonville has returned from a long visit to Ireland Miss Julia Burns entertained her 500 club Saturday afternoon at her home in Waverly Court S Edward MonaTian and Chart Boldrlck loft Thursday for Lebanon to spend the week end hunting Miss Bezzie Hannan who has been suffering from an attack ot lumbago is reported as much improved George Welnbrenner is setting em to the boys on account of tho arrival of a little boy at his home Monday afternoon Herman Deddens Ed Bossmeyo and Albert D Gregg have Just returned from a hunting trip up Kentucky river The Bon Tons Club will give the second of their series of dances at Trinity Council Hall on Monda Y evening December 28 Little Geraldine and Mary daughters of Mr and Mrs J J Drlscoll have just recovered from an attar of ptomaine poisoning Mrs H J Touhy who has been the guest of Mr and Mrs George Kremer in the Highlands has returned to her home in Butte Mont Miss Constance Cassllly will return December 21 from St Cath trines Academy at Springfield where she is attending school for the holidays Misses Susan McDermott and Elizabeth Hogan who are studyin In New York will arrive next week to spend the Christmas holidays at their homes in this city Misses Helen Mapother and Louise Walton who are studying at St Marys College Garden City L I will be here to spend the holiday season with their parents Tho Young Ladles Sodality of St Louis Bertrands church entertains the ibasketball team Wednesda evening with ice cream and cak after the regular exhibition game Miss Mae Adams Lincoln will arrive December 20 from Boston where she Is attending school to spend the holidays with her parents Judge and Mrs Walter P Lincoln Miss Mollie Collins formerly of this city but now located in St Louis Is out on crutches Just recovering from her recent accident In which she sustained a broker limb W G OConnor with the Illlnol Central and prominent in Sou thorn railroad circles who was here to attend the funeral of Chatles J McGuire left Wednesday night for his home in New Orleans A baby boy arrived at tho home of Mr and Mrs J C Buckman 1034 Sixth street this past week and has been persuaded by his uncle Martin ilullaney to sign a future contras with tho Shamrock ball team Miss Mary ONeill was given a urprlso dinner at her home in New Albany by a number of friends in celebration of her birthday annl ersary Those participating were Mesdames Frank Beaucond Catherine Fallon and Joseph Keehner Misses Mary Fallon Anna ONeil anti Mary Keehner of New Albany Mrs rank Spleth and Misses Mabelle ipioth and Mary Conroy of Jeffer sonville Mrs Frank Receveur and Miss Anna Conley of Louisville Mrs Jl P Leahy and Mrs James McMahon of Bedford A wedding of much interest in louisvllle social circles will take place this morning at 9 oclock at- St whenIssactive and accomplished daughter lof Mr and Mrs 0 William AIls filler will become the bride of Gary Blackburn Taylor the well known young attorney and son of Mr and Mrs Charles F Taylor Father taffo will be the celebrant of the nuptial high mass and will perform he marriage ceremony The happy couple will leave this evening on their honeymoon trip and after De tuber 24 will be at home at 2421 Vert Walnut street- ORP13AN SOCIETY oulertrandsThomas Orphan Society will hold its first general meeting arid nominate officers for the year 1915 Not qultea year old this society has one excellent work havinginstalled Itctric lights and other Improve teatii Ialt Thomas Asylum and- o arranged for a water eervka Utat will flU a loacftlt aJUinMdea watItJ I Mens Shoes at 350District Floor Fuel Jones Building Fourth and IIIISecond Watterion Hotel JeUer8ooii FOR Xmas Presents SEEJOHN B STRUBEL JEWELER346 EAST MARKET STREET NEAR PRESTON Goods Reserved on Part Payment SUITABLE XMAS PRESENTS I Cameras 200 Upward Fountain Pens 100 Upward Christmas Post Cards Something Different 321 West Jefferson Street apqW8lgaggW Opposite interurban Station Diamonds Watches Jewelry Silver Lavallers gold set full cut diamond 5 and up Ladies Gold Filled Elgin Watches guaranteed twenty years and up Diamond Rings 5 up to 500 Diamond Ear Screws 1050 and up Diamond Buttons 5 and op Full line of everything belonging to the jewelry Open nights Green Trading Stamps W P BRANDENBURG JE L R632 WEST MARKET ST- REETFURNJTUREFor the Bed Room Dining Room and Living Room Large selection good quality and reasonable prices WM Fe MAYERMarket Bet and Fifth KNIGHTS oF COLUMBUS ate News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere The membership In Oregon is In creasingThere are 200 fourth degree members in Milwaukee Fifty candidates wore Initiated Sunday at Aberdeen S D With forty members a council was Instituted last Sunday at Seneca During October seventy new members were received Into the order at MilwaukeeOklahoma City has the only K of C band in the United States and it is a good one- Instituted last January the Knights of Athens Ohio initiated a second class of sixty on Sunday Tho Knights of Faribaalt have presented the Public Library there sixteen volumes of the Catholic EncyclopediaFour fourth degree Knights acted as escort to Cardinal Gibbons upon his arrival In Scranton to visit Bishop Hoban Last week seventyfive candidates received the three degrees at Alton Ill Fully 300 visit ing Knights were present Tomorrow there will be an initiation at David City Nob and it is expected to have a largo class for December 20 at Hastings I After the initiation of sixty candi dates at La Crosse Wis Bishop Schwebach complimented the order and urged young men to join Union Council of Syracuse con ferred tho second on forty candidates on December 1 and has a large class for the degree on December IB CHRISTMAS ENTERTAINMENT The pupils of St Leos school of Highland Park will take part In an entertainment at the school hall on Sunday evening December 20 the programme consisting of vocal and Instrumental selections and two little playlets MOURN rom DEATH St Cecilias parish Is called upon o mourn the death of Mrs Margaret Egan beloved of John Hgan 3804 tLytla street was called into eternal reft Wednesday night saying awide circle of friends who sonrnm her death Nor funeral was laid ye tardy morning Ref Vta r i i t 1 FRANK ANGERMEIER Of 5 Character Just Above the High Rent he Up Stairs Store For Men I I solid with 1150 Cuff business Fourth Has Sunday first wife who ICREAMI PLAIN OR BRICK For Family Party and all Social and Society Gather ings Purity Guaranteed Vanilla per gallon 75o Fruit per gallon SCo Brick per nUoo100 WATHENII CHRISTMAS PRESENTS FO- RCATHOLICS Rogers Church Goods Co 129 S FOURTH AYE FRED 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Fountain Syringe 980 150 Hot Water Bottle x880 Spearmint Gum 3 pack loo XMAS GIFT DE LUXE A GILLETTE RAZOR I +M2l31316tw1MS o4 4+ + t 1001 MSMFO idOF l Ij What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes How about a big initiation for St Patricks day- Division 2 will send a strong list of delegates to tho County Board Many former good workers for the order are again dropping into har nessDivision 2 will hereafter In Liederkranz Hall building Sixth and WalnuttDivision 4 will hold Its annual election of officers next Monday eveningThere is much feeling in local circles against tho Irishmen enlisting to fight for John Bull Thomas Hannan of the old guard will prove an able director of tho financial affairs of Division Sergeant John Maloney and Matt OBrien will continue their good services as leaders of Division 3 The eight Indianapolis divisions will hold the big annual December Initiation a week from tomorrow The Ladies Auxiliary of Dover N H last week conferred the third de gree on twentyeight new members Divisions 5 and G of Indianapolis are running a close race in the mem bership contest that closes next week Edward Kelran will make a worthy successor to John Keanoy Two better secretaries could not bo named I Misses Catherine Cody and Anne Richards of the New Albany Aux iliary attended the big initiation at IndianapolisHibernians from all parts of Wis consin assembled at Oshkosh Sunday week when thirtyfive candidates were initiated The good judgment exercised In the election of division officers augurs well for the future of tho order in Loulsvlle- DivisionI 1 of St Paul had a joy ful celebration of the thirtyfourth1 anniversary of the founding of the order in Minnesota I Indianapolis Hibernians have organized an amusement committee of one from each division to prepare for the St Patricks day celebration Con Ford rounded out seventeen years as President of Division 2 and therefore declined in favor of1 Joo Lynch of whom much will be ex pected 1 When it comes to making visitors feel at home James Welsh of Dlvhn Ion has no superior In the dis pensing of hospitality be sees that none are overlooked Some of County President Con nellys brother members dropped In on him recently and were treated so royally that they walked all the way to Limerick singing as they went Ask John Hennessy or Tom Lynch about It Persuaded Into erecting a theater Instead of building a home for the order the Trustees of the New York Hibernian Building Association have lost their land on the corner of Fifth avenue and One Hundred and Six teenth street This has had a disas trous effect on the order in the metropolis KNIGHTS OF ST JOHN At the annual meeting of Com mandery 80 Knights of St John one of the strongest in the South hold Monday night in St Anthonys Hall the following officers were elected for the coming year President Fred Herp Vice PresidentMartin Zinser Recording Secretary Ambrose MottlingFinancial Secretary Louis W BorntraegerTreasurerJohn J Schulten Messonger Edward Graf Executive Committee Thomas Graf Louis Wernert George Kruse William Drees August Schwartz The military officers yere all reelected and CaptainLouis Wernert First Lieutenant Fred Herp Second Lieutenant John Henken Third xLieutenant Edward Graft The installation will take place In January when men prominent in the order will be special guests- RECUPERATINGI Rev Francis OConnor the genial and zealous assistant pastor at St Cecilias church has beta taking needed rest at West Baden Springs for the past week His physician reports the change quite beneficial Father OConnor was accompanied to the Springs by Mrs Lucy OCon and R E OConpor RETURNS FROM RETREAT TIle Rev Father Cletps Brady C POIhas returned from Nazareth Academy in Nelson county where W conducted a retreat for the novices which closed on the feast of the Immaculate Conception when there mil a reception into the order of the ilittera of Charity COURTMY TO PROTBBTANTi In a content Anger where 4 r ++++1 t ++ ++++ to t to t tot or When In iBottlesi I 2 2 Double Stamps with each Mazda lamp the kind that gives three times the light 10 20 35 40 watt 300 GO watts 400 100 watts 70o 150 watts 9110 350 watts 180 100 watt nitrogen 9250 200 watt nitrogen 300 400 watt nitrogen 500 5000Specialage quantity or contracts 1THE COI+ + HIBERNIANS are nor l YOUSEND YOUR FRIENDS SOME LEAF TOBACCO They Will Appreciate It By Parcel Post any size package 20c per pound plus post- ageDOLAN CO 1135 West Market Street Home Phone City 22- 09Christmas Goods Diamonds Rings Watches From 1000 Up All Goods Warranted C M Wiseman Son 130 W Market St Orderi by Mill Wet Receive Prompt Attention DISINFECTANT PRBB LOUISVILLE ODORLESS VAULT CLEANING CO BEN HOLLOWAY PROP Vault Gleaning Dry Well Digging Sewer Connections Made Satisfaction guaranteed orno charge OFFICE 031 E MAIN ST Home City 5103 Cumb Main 631 A Residence 235 Clay Street Home Phone 4920 SOCIETYDIRECTORYA DIVISION 1 Second and Fourth Thursday Lieder kranz Hall Sixth and Walnu- tPresidentThomas Tarpy Vice President Henry McDermott Recording Secretary Walter Cusick Financial SecretaryJoseph Far rellTloasurerThomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Tim Lyons DIVISION 9 Meets First Thursday at St Will lams Hall Thirteenth and Oak PresidentC J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary John T KeanoyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets Every Monday Night Eigh teenth and Portland PresidentJohn M Maloney Vice PresidentMatt J OBrien Recording Secretary JohnP PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes sion Jr- TreasurerD J Dougherty Sergeant at Arms Martin J Kallaher Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch JIBarryFinancial SecretaryThomas J LanganTreasurerPatrick Connell- ySergeantatArmsThomas Far rollSentinelM J McDermott I Y M I MACION COIJKCII 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentGeorgo J Thornton First Vice President John Ken ney Second Nice President Fred Schuler Recording Secretary John R Barryfinancial Secretary Will Cassin Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch Marshal Raymond E Schbtt Inside Sentinel William Schott Outside SentlnelLoE Gratzer Executive Committee F O Ad ama Ceerge Simonls Frank teller W A Link Chas Schuler Red Cross station IB established the nuns allow Protestant Beryieea to beheld in the Cathode Ahapol attached to the borne 71 per twit of the wounded tMtengiag to the Chureh of Bnjland Menwood full quart B30i Taylor fall quart Headwater fall quart Old Charter full quart 9SoIITopmost fall quart Spring Kill full quart Prentice fan quart Virginia Dare quart Port Wine quart Claret Sherry quart Wine quart 8SoiiApple Brandy 4yoar old qt Apple Brandy Cyearold qt 1 meet LOUISVILLES BEST DRUG Preston and Market Mii t ++++ + I IRELAND Record of the Most Important of tho Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Charles Craig of Inch has been appointed a Justice of tho Peace Michael Daly Augnacloy has been appointed a Magistrate for County Tyrone I The late Miss Grace F Wynne otI Sligo left personal estate valued 47875 atI The Most Rev Dr Browne has appointed Very Rev Canon Doyle to be Archdeacon of Ferns The Marquis of Sligo has ap pointed H H C Knox J P Ballln robe to be a Deputy Lieutenant for County Mayo At a meeting of Wicklow County Council D Condon was elected Chairman and Mr OKelly was coopted as a member At a recent meeting of the Splddal Volunteers it was unanimously decided to remain true to the original Provisional Committee A well known and popular j in legal circles in LimerickfigureII passed away at Castleconnell person of T H Enright theII The Press Association says that a convention for the selection of a GalIwayI James J OConnor Wexford has been sworn in a solicitor and intends to practice with his father M J OConnor at Wexford and GoreyThe three men most seriously in jured in the disastrous fire at Lurgan Messrs A iMalcomson W Moffett and W Gracey Jr are making satisfactory progress When the Dublin train arrived at Tullow William Farrell of Dublin who was about to pay a visit to his brother in Tullow was found dead on the floor of a railway carriage Westmeath County Council hav ing discussed the proposal for the projected railway line between Mulllngar and Kells rejected the scheme by a vote of thirteen to five The death is much regretted in CarrlckonSulr of Miss Ellen M Kennedy Deceased had been a most useful member of CarrlckonSulr Board of Guardians for the past fifteen years John Redmond M P visited Limerick City and addressed the Irish National Volunteers on Sunday December 2 Col Moore and several prominent XI Ps and clergymen wero present- The appointments to the Magistracy for Mayo are announced of Messrs Joseph Gilmartin Chairman Castlebar Guardians Patrick Timlin and Thomas H GillespIe editor Con naught Telegraph The death of Jerome OMahony of Dunmanway at the age of seventy four is much regretted As a mem ber of the Fenian Brotherhood in his young days he was the life and soul of the organization in his dis trictA very handsome monument has been placed in position outside St Marys church Klngscourt in mem ory of the late Father Flood pastor of the parish for more than twenty five years and whose memory will ever remain enshrined in the heartsI of Klngscourt men CONSISTORY News comes from Rome that Pope Benedict will hold a consistory on December 19 The first consistory of his Pontificate was held Immediately after his election when ho conferred the red hat upon three Cardinals created by Pope Pius X who had come to Rome to attend the conclave URGES CHRISTMAS PEACE From Rome the Associated Press cabled on Monday that Pope Benedict is urging that an understanding be arranged between the warring factions under which a truce will be possible during the Christmas holidays It is said however that His Holiness has little hope for the success of his efforts DEAD AT ROME From London came intelligence that the Central News received a dis patch from its Rome correspondent sayIng that Cardinal Angelo dl Pietro doyen of the Sacred College died Saturday morning Cardinal dl Plotro was born May 26 1828 He was Papal Nuncio at Madrid In 1887 and he was created and proclaimed a Cardinal priest in 1893 GIVES MARBLE ALTAR Mrs WInthrop Rutherford daugh ter of former Vice President Levi Po Morton has had placed in the new Catholic church at Allamuchy N Jan altar of white Dover marble seven feet long and three feet wide which it took two years to carve The inscription on the Altar Ili Pre LivingMonMortouMreRnthecferdprotided church Jq tl t 1 FRANK FEHR o BREWING CO I Brewers and Bottlers l LOUISVILLE KY FALLS CITY BREWING COsit INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Or i- r1ftCase for Your Home Horns 76717672 Cumb West C9 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light iI Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 I TIlE 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education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Xy Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers Classical Scientific and Business Courses Preparatory Department Large Swimming Pool Well Equipped Gymna slum Terms Moderate Bro James Dlr THE 2 FAVORITES ol LoaisvIIIei Particular Smokers TARPY SPECIAL 10c Cig- arLITTLE AJS- c Cigar The cigars without an equal in quality and flavor Homemad UnlomBiad and the bestmade for the money For tale at all dispenses oLsmokers 1e W TARPY tOe MAKBRS SEVENTH STet NEAR MAR- KETMONUMENTS We have just received five car loads of Monuments ranging n price from 7500 to 20000 and Which we can give at a bargain Before purchasing please give m a call at our warerooms 318330 West Green St New Muldoon MonumiRt Co MAIL THIS KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN COUPON Jt- o c FACTORYeqSuess tie9 pm BtYQentlomenlptiq R 0e Without any obligation on ray part to pareJuuw 4oWeptg or pay tor anything please used we free and pe91 mJd your Piano Book ass tall txfenuttea alM tO of Yiasoa and Player Flano j iIJIJIIII oi nnn n on- Htltr o SHS FACTORY PRICK 18 THH LOWW7 PRICE ALWAYS w o Q r t 10 ENTUOKY IRISH AME RIOANCJII f I I lellJ I 01 III t t II S 11I1I11 11111 t II + + 1+ II I tIll t 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 ot our patrons who vrlsh to buy House hold Goods such as Furniture Carpets Rugs etc When you Join the Club Plan you are asked to pay 3 percent of the amount of your purchases for Joining for nstance Tho membership fee on a 2500 purchase would bo 76c Tho membership too on a 5000 purchase would bo 150 Tho membership foe on greater purchases would of course be In proportion n You are then asked to pay 10 per cent of your total purchase as the first payment For Instance on a 2600 purchase you pay 260 down In addition to the membership fee making a total of 1325 The goods are then delivered to you and you arrange to pay the balance In small weekly or monthly payments 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 jKSiilififcSsl FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS HOUSE FURNISHINGS AND OTHER IIOUSEHOLD GOODS ARE SOLD ON TIlE CLUB PLAN Any further Information regarding the Club Plan will be cheerfully given by our salespeople or at the Credit office on the fifth floor S- XB INCORPORATED Couponsw4d41411M14A- Ta Z 111t 11111 Zoo III Z III II I I I 11I1 t 11 BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS CANDIES r IDEAL CANDY CO535 WEST MARKET STREET AH Kinds and All Pure r VN11N11NN N1tiVi- i ESTABLISHED 1- 872LHUBER SON 336 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Jewelersand Opticians COMPLETE NEW STOCK OF Xmas NoveltiesOPEN EVENINGS WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS c I zz I t I 11 t I I I t 01 I I IIII t I MMMMK u What Does Pay Day Mean to You Do you spend carelessly thinking only of the next pay en velope to come Aii account with tills Safe Conservative CO Year Bank will stop the leaks It will make one mindful of the little ex penditures mid morn careful of the large ones With money in hank on Pay Day the desire to see it i grow larger urges you to add to it right straight along to We give you safety and 3 per cent on time and savings accountsGERMAN INSURANCE BANK IIUnderthe Big ClockSecond and Market 1 StateGovernment Supervision III Ii I 11 n t In t I II S II I 111111 S 11 S 111111111 I II I II 11 DAN J HBNNESSY EDW A AXMAN s HOME PHONE CITY 3238 Hennessy Axman POPULAR PRICE TAILORS UPSTAIRS STORE 425 W Jefferson Street titDR J TCHAWK Veterinary Infirmary 713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET TiltyhMiCiH S 2991 Nom City 2339 lt41 itjii 99 yrax WINKS ORAYPAGNBS AL ROLE323 WeatGrOOR Street XJQTJOSS n tiIOAB1il 0 NlN0e10eeNNNONNNNeeNN6eeeiceeeNNNNNNNe AeeeeeNNNN9e00eN NeeNieeeceNeNeeNNNrNNeNMeNNNNNMeeNNeNNe0cee000N011NeeN HERMAN STRAUS q SONS 0FOURTH Avemie wcaaPOAatEO MARKET STREET Let This Toy Store Help You Complete jj Your Christmas Plans Toys hero ago conveniently arranged In our Basement so that satisfactory selection Is a matter very little time Tho immensity of our stocks insures variety to suit overt individual choice So made now will be stored and delivered when requested Wo especially emphasize our pro IIIIof to meet the demand for wheel toys In addition wo show everything that is now reveal =A tho products of master minds of the world TZe Reed Chairs lOc and 20c Ii Square Tables 25c Silo to i 25 Round Folding Tables SOc and Z 100 White Enameled Table Tea I Sets 100- Swinginj i 1050 Horses 305 to DENNISONS GIFT DRESSINGS Enable you to embellish the Cliristmag package giving it the true Christmas spirit which will add much to tho joy of giving i Y iil f t IIIIAtI 25c Dolls to be cut out paints trunks to hold dolls and Farm to bo painted IItrousseau outAt 50cZ Pastime occupations Gifts for tho children to mako blotters calendars or sachets Each box i complete with paints brushes ribbons etc s This A Is a sourcO pleasure a constant reminder the giver is no moro appropriate gift the best tills season come in to our Book Department make early while the assortments are plete books for grownups little folks q THAN FOR GIFTS i eeoeNeeo t ELECT OFFICERS Division 3IA O H held an old time rousing meeting last Monday In their club house on Portland avenue the annual election of officers being responsible for the large attendance present Sergeant John M Maloney the present President was given a splendid Indorsement by being reelected for another team although wanting to step aside for another leader as he phrased Itbut was persuaded to again be a candidate His running mate Matt OBrien the present Vice President was chosen after following in President Maloneys footsteps by wanting to decline to be a The other officers elected were Secretary Thomas Killeen Financial SecretaryJohn J Hes slon J Dougherty SergeantatArms Thomas Noone SentinelMartin Kaleher Thomas Quinn President of the Social Club announced that there would be a euchre and lotto in the hall next Monday evening and that the combination book awards would be announced on that date Emmet Desmond and Will Riley will be the committee in charge of the affair County President W J Connelly waS present and the divis ion on its progress during the year HOME AGAIN Col and Mrs Frank McGrath who were accompanied by their little daughter Helen arrived home this week from an extensive tour of the West and other points While away they visited In Califor nia Colorado and Texas stopping in all of the principal cities and points of interest Col McGrath that one of the most enjoyable surprises his tour was that he ran across a copy of the Kentucky Irish American In New Orleans which was as welcome as a letter from home LEAGUE IS FORMED The Mackin Basketball League has been organized for the coming with six teams There is much enthusiasm among the players and the season is expected to velop a number of stars Manager Uubsch Is earnestly working on his baseball team for 1916 and asks those who may wish to play to get In touch with him- FUNERAL THIS MORNING The funeral of Joseph Kelly who died Wednesday night at his home 2029 Lytla street will be held this morning from St Patricks church Deceased was a well known ma chinist wasborI1in this city twentythree years ago His father John R Kelly and two sisters Misses Annie and Mary Kelly sur vive him BMBBR DAYS Nxt Wednesday Friday and gturdr will IM Ambr days and oon fiu ntly diyc of fectingl t A White Enameled Cradles 18 Inches long 25c 21 inches long Soc Panama Pile Driver automatic toy 100- Kitchen Cooking Sets pure aluminum 8pleco set 100 Tea Breakfast and Dinner Sets 25c to 700 I IVOREX PLAQUES Modeled by Arthur Osborn imported from England aro truly artistic and In every way de sirable for glft Rivlng purposes Finished in modified colorings Which shade from burt to brown portraying celebrated characters and places they will at onco ap peal to lovers of high art Tho prices range from 100to 500 Thero are over 100 subjects in tho collection among which are Tho Forum Rome The Gleaners Sir Galahad Ruins of the Colosseum Rome Why Worry and many others Stationery Dept good book continual of and holiday To of published and Choice BETTER BOOKS t oNNNo- NN eNeeeee Y candidate Recording Jr- Treasurer0 complimented Far de and and f JG I ary ourmmAtlastI afflicted I ewhatsoeverl bottlerecommendnervousnessMr threeasonthai Valuable Book on Ner F I COENIG MED CO Chicago HL I 62 W Lake Street near Dearborn tea AMERICAN CHRONOLOGY iir1i Timely Record of Some Memor able Events in the Catholic History of America December 13 1829Cornerstone of the first Catholic church in Buf falo N Y laid by Father Nich olas Mertz on ground donated by Louis lo Couteulx at Main and Edwards streets December 14 1860 Cathedral of St Boniface Manitoba whose bells were sung by Whittier de stroyed by fire December 16 1892The Right Rev Nicholas Aloysius Gallagher ap pointed administrator of the dio cese ot Galveston ordained December 25 1868 consecrated titular Bishop of Canopus April 30 182- December 17 1841 Diocese of Kingston Ontario Canada di vided western half erected into the diocese of Toronto with the J Right Rev Michael Power as first 1 Bishop consecrated May 8 1842 December 18 1891 Death at Salt Lake City of Gen Patrick Edward Connor served in the civil war and against the Indians In Utah decisively defeated them at Tongue river in 1865 born in Ireland March 17 1820 December 19 1842 Decision by Judge Preval sustained by United i States Supreme Court that ordinance passed by the New Orleans City Council prohibiting priests to officiate at burial services except in the old Cathedral mortuary chapel was Illegal out growth of wmtrpyersy between Bishop Blanc and the trustlatter dMfaUd In courts yielded la 1844 I lor00011Toy IIiroII ilJIandyOutfitsIIART NEEDLEWORK Special Values InII Largo assortment of Stamped Dresses representing iiincomplete stylo ranges and ibroken sizes Prices materially TT reduced for immediate Those Stamped Dressesdisposaliiwhite flaxon pique and poplIn In the entire collection will bo found all ages from 1 Regular 14 years prices toii35c 50c 75c 100 125 25c 115IIGIVE BOOKS tyear of There learn books well equipped selections com and NOTHING eoeeeeeeeeNeeeeeceeeeeNeeeeeeeoeeeeceeeeeeN states of 1J1EqJr 10NownotgetItrle4tookPutoxworkagaJnthemmcesGrelt2frt TonlohadtookPastoragailnatSt SamplefiKOENlaII ILU SONGS SONNETS ESSAYS A revised and enlarged edition oC Songs Sonnets and Essays by Rev D O Crowley LL D of San Francisco and Very Rev T Ii Crowley O P of St Louis Ber trands Convent has Just been Issued I and tho many kind comments in both the religious and secular press from both sides of the Atlantic have cre ated considerable Interest in the work the following being an extract from the Irish Independent of Dub lin It Is a real pleasure to scathe n volume now Issued by Father Crowleys nephew the gifted yours g Dominican priest Rev T L Crow I ley of Aquinas College Columbus Ohio who shows that the genius o I the uncle is not a solitary flame by a choice selection of his own poems These are all tinged with a deep re ligious fervor and beautifully ez presslve of Catholic devotion Benzingers Magazine comments asI follows Father Crowley O P has hero gathered into permanent form the stirring and plaintive verses of his uncle the Rev D O Crowley as well as his own most notable effusions y i Included in the book are essays on Fathor Tabb and James Ryder Randall that will be found by many to be the finest contribu tions ever penned to the memory ot these matchless sons of the South Songs Sonnets and Essays can be secured at Rogers book store or a11 the Dominican Convent One dollar per copy TRINITYS OFFICERS Trinity Council Y M I had a splendid meeting Monday night and a spirited election when tile follow ing officers were chosen for the ensuing yea- rChaplainRev J A OGradY President V K iEcker First Vice PresidentM Bldwr Second Vice President Henry DriesRecording Secretary Paul E BowlingCorresponding Secretary A H DlernatFinancial SecretaryC Edward MuellerTreasurerHenry Sehlacliter Marshal Ben Minsterketter Inside Sentinel John L Sullivan Outside SentinelRoger Glenn Executive Committee James B Kelly A G Schneider Alex Kaiser 04 Frank Brlgman John L Tlmmel Collector Edward D Kelty Council Deputy William Gods NEW ALBANY Unity Council Y M I has elected and will Install the following officers for the year 1915 John Pontrlch President Carl L Fenger First Vice President Merlin Cor- coran Second Vice President Oscar PRauclrlRecording and Corre sponding Secretary Frank Zoeller Jr Financial Secretary Edmund E Schmitt Treasurer George P Car rick Marshal John E Qulnkert In side Sentinel Edward Tighe Will lam P Noon Frank L OHara Jacob Rend and Solomon DJeckmann Bxecutlva Committee Dr John Gat tersr Medical Examiner 1 o Y i = For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENE 1425 427 and 429 East Market Street W V VV WW V WV WM t A CANDIED REQUEST We respectfully request our patrons to leave their orders for Christmas Candies as soon as possible and avoid the rush of the last few days RUDOLPH BAUERtCANDY MAKERS 230 West Market 219 West Jefferson weast6ue IIi ICIW Mulloy s Good Coffee Makes a Delicious Cup Coffee IbAtEqual to Coffee Sold at 25c Fresh Daily We Give Surety Coupons JOHN M MULLOY 18Ue Phone ijjj Ql1a W lUARKET ftlTREBT aIi miIo itIeM l2VaOL SAL INCORPORATED AND R TAIL 1PHONESOUTH 25w CITY 1866 NN14N- r EAT Tip Top Bread i Guaranteed 100 Pure Labels good for picture show tickets any kind of trading stamps er many other useful articles carried in our premium rooms AVwrutreHas++ee+ + NNNNNeNNNNNNONeeeNN1 J GERM AN BANK t We Are Now Occupying Our QUARTERSf124 SOUTH FIFTH STREET ii BETWEEN MAIN AND MARKET Pending erection of our new building at Fifth and Market t+ f+ 3N+ UtH + f + 1OO + Iof + + foot + + zt1o+N33 oio 3 NNI T I FRANK A OHLMANN i GROCERIES FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES You Can Make a Square Meal 01 Our Round Steak i Cusb MOM Yels 967a KM PIHXM city 5252 poo Franklin Street e4++NN+ IMI + + I + f + + e1i GAS HEATERS v 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 QEHER SON 11 215 WEST MARKET ST tmam mm M I IANNON P BAKNQK JR LAWRENCE J VEENE Fret ft Hgr Vice PrM Trias StertUry P BANNON PIPE C Sewer cad Cmlvert Pipe- Bagaeas Fateat Lidded Pipe1 fer Steam Ceaimtts Wall Cepia Drain Tile Tltrilei MR Fira Preen Fla Liaise Fire BricK Grate aai leiler Tile Greaa4 Fire Clay Cklmaey Tops OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON HOME PHONES CITY 5731786 CUMB MAIN 507 jj- WORKS13tksfh1 Break axd Mggolia Ave Bet 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