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Digital page images are linked to the text file. if WED iii FIRST Cttvw Till Next 1I VOLUME XXXIII NO 26 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY DECEMBER 26 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS ISUMMARY Social Reform and Programme of the Federal Govern ment The First Report of the Indus trial Relations Comnils lon f Catholic Social Action Is Un questionably the Need of the Day kI NINE CAUSES OF THE UNREST The first summary report of the Industrial Relations Commission based on an exhaustive investiga tion was published several weeks ago The commission which was established by Congress to ascertain the cause of the present social unrest and to propose a social reform programme to remedy those problems has completed Its first years work Nine cardinal causes of the un rest most generally agreed upon by employers and employes alike were presented to Congress Of these nine the charge of misunderstanding and prejudice which is agreed to by employers and employes is of special interest and notice Catholics more than others can appreciate this assertion The relationship between employer and employe is one of misunderstanding and not one of class difference Bigotry is at presents special brand of this prejudice and misunderstanding and has caused much unrest and is steadily becoming more serious and alarm lagrIhQ second cause that the unrest Is largely a worldwide movemeht arising from a laudable desire for better living conditions and that this charge is especially advanced by representatives of labor Socialists and employers and generally en dorsed by other interested parties likewise should hold the attention of Catholics Unquestionably the desire for the betterment of ones living conditions has been a potent neoessarllytor ItheThe cause agreed to by both em ployers and employesthat the rapidly growing feeling that redress for injuries and oppression can riot bo secured through existing institu tions merely verities the need of social reform It is observed by the commission that underlying all industrial unrest and discontent there are funda mental causes that statesmen economists sociologists employers and workers have been concerned with certain of these causes ever since Industrial organization brought us employing and wageearning classes that the experiences of these men and women and their theories as well as the facts must be studied in order to gain an adequate conception of the causes and effects of such fundamental phenomena of modern economic life as the changing distribution of wealth the worldwide rise In prices and the cost of living the movement of population from rural to urban centers the everincreasing Invention of the laborsaving ma chinery the discovery of new Indus trial processes the almost rhythmi cal recurrence of prosperity and de pression the development of great Industrial and financial corporations and the Increasing Influence of the working class These conditions have brought about a series of problems some serious some not but all clamoring for an answer and a solution Cath olic social action or Catholic social service is unquestionably the need of the day Indifference and even apathy among Catholics is too con spicuously prominent n BISHOPS JUBILEE Tomorrow will mark the twenty fifth anniversary of the arrival In Duluth of Right Rev Bishop Mc Golrick On that day he will have 8completed twentyfive years of serv- Ices I as Bishop of the diocese of Duluth The celebration will be held r in his honor In commemoration of this event Since December 27 is on Sunday the celebration will bee held on the two days following Mon day and Tuesday Tho services of Bishop McGblrlck began with the organization of the diocese and it is expected that many of the best known men 4n church circles will bo present to do him honor on the occa sion of the celebration The dis tinguished churchmen will include Archbishop Ireland of St Paul and many of the Bishops of Minnesota Wisconsin North and South Dakota y WILL NOT PASS Debate OB the Immigration bill pending In the Senate at Washington continued all the week with early indication that action on the measure would be deferred until after the holidays This was made practically certain as a revolt of the announced intention of orator Lewis of Illi nois to introduce an amendment to proposedilteraeyserved notice as the Senate to that effect fallowing a conference with President WfliJW hole opposed to the Jitwucy tat est the ground that it iis not a felr tt fer OM woklagA W KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICANu admission to American shores The Presidents opposition in the opinion of several Democratic Senators i leaves the fate of the bill hanging in the balance Sponsors of the measure assert that to strike out the literacy test provision would cause the defeat of he bill because no substitute method of restriction has been agreed upon SOME WAR ORDERS Although the United States is sup posed to be neutral in tho present European war the present figures showing the amount of ammunition i and war supplies sold by this coun try are staggering to say the least They are compiled by George Viereck editor of the Fatherland RemrIngtonridge Company 200000 rifles of regulation 303 caliber with 200000000 cartridges The Union Metallic Cartridge Company will also send to England its total output of artillery cartridge cases The Winchester Arms Company Is selling the same buyer 200000 rifles 200000000 cartridges 500000 rifles of 22callber the latter to be used for drilling purposes The Colt Works are furnishing 1500 machine guns 50 000 revolvers and the Auto car Company is furnishing the British with 200 armored motor cars with machine guns The DuPont Powder Company is sending 4000000 pounds of powder France Is receiving from the Bethlehem Steel Company 900 sixinch howitzers from the DUPont Com pany 7000000 pounds of pow der The sane power Is also order ing 100000 Remington rifles and 13000000 cartridges Russia has ordered fifty 92 inch guns and artillery ammunition from the Crucible Steel Company amounting to 12000000 while from the Win chester Company she has ordered 100000 carbines and 100000000 cartridges The same buyer has fromII DuPont Company and ten car loads of aeroplanes from the Wright havingbeenMOURN HER DEATH A telegram received last week from Moro N M announces the death of Sister Sylvester a daughter of Robert A Bowling of Nelson county who was a member of the order of the Sisters of Loretto Her death was due to heart failure al though she had not been well for some time It was on account of ill health that she had been sent to that State Her age was thirtysix years She was known m the world nsJtllss Betsx Bowling and was born i and reared near Bailtown She entered the novitiate fifteen years ago and the greater part of her re ligious life was spent at Mont gomery Ala She was a universal favorite with all who knew her and many will mourn her death She is survived by her father Robert A Bowling and four brothers Messrs Russell Thomas Harry and Frank Bowling and three sisters Mes dames Nick and Will Greenwell and Miss Annie Bowling GIVEN ANOTHER TERM Branch 45 Catholic Knights of meetingheldpreciation of the old officers by re electing tho entire board for another year and naming Charles A Hill for State Delegate Following are the officers who will be installed next month Spiritual Director Rev B H Westerman President Will iam B Norton Vice President Louis F Steiner Recording Secretary J SecretaryCharles yearsJohnBELOVED BY ALL Sweeneytook2830 West Market street last Friday morning at 830 oclock and from St Columbas church at 9 oclock where Father J D Kalaher the pas t deceasedtellingand her faithfulness to Mother Church and also told of her splendid assistance In establishing his church In that section she being one of the bytwoAgnes Sweeney NAMES MISS HINES I Judge James W Fortune of the Clark Circuit Court has announced the reappointment of Hiss Margaret E Hines of Jeffersonvllle as official court reported for the ensuing six position Montgomery following the latters election In November 1904 The reappointment Is under the recent election of Judge Fortune Several months ago Miss Hines was admitted to practice In the Clark Circuit Court LARGE CONFIRMATION CLASS What is thought to be the largest class In the history of the diocese was confirmed last week by Cardinal Gibbons at St Johns church Baltimore It was certainly the largest class ever confirmed by the personsIn100 adult converts MT STERLING Double pneumonia claimed Owen Laughlin at Mt Sterling on Tuesday morning He was a native of Ireland eightytwo years old and had been engaged in business th refor fifty years He had served for twenty droolBoard f r f t HAPPY Arc tliertomea on Tlils llountc ons Continent at This Season Thought of Manger Brings New Comfort Strengthnncl Life Seek Out Those Waltng Kindly Hand and Encouraging ii Word END WE SHOULD STRIVE FOR I Oh really lam longing for the Merry Christmas day It brings one back in fancy to a land thatS far away It reminds me of childhood when the mind from care was free And the many gifts Ive token from the laden Christmas tree Another return of the good old season A time that warms the heart and calls forth the finest human sympathies as counter actives to the cold winter blast The dearth of employment and the depression in trade and business In general for the past months will doubtless be felt especially among the working class at tills season I Neither Yule block may blaze upon the hearth nor mistletoe hang from roof or rooftree yet In the majority of homes on this bounteous continent I there is happiness abounding at this season I Happy Indeed are those homes where the family circle Is complete but alas how many are there where Death has been a visitant since last Old Christmas appeared Even there I where the circle Is broken Faith stands beside the vacant chair beckoning on Hope to fill the void The heart may sicken at the of those who are gone beforethoughtI I Faith and Hope with their efforts lighten the burden of Memory and make the circle whole I again It was but a link that was missing and these twin virtues kindly heal the rupture restoring contentment and pleasure In some I degree to those who mourn the loss of a friend or relative Many homes arIflIctedi smallest of those who go to form the i family bond Even with these which II of them can say that ere another Christmas comes and goes the1 circle shall remain Not one No not even one II And such is life The cradle and the grave alike so natural The one opening into innocence and the lat ter too often closing over all that Is corrupt and bad And yet how few there are who have loved the advent of this season for all the goodness in its train who needIfear the darkness of the I Faith and Hope are ever by their I tide and the coming gloom of dis solution Is made brilliant by the thought that Christmas was always welcomed by them as it should be endjhij the approaching end of the year In the spiritual life it Is the birth all that is good and holy and ofII Worldlings and materialists may- an ear at the thought or mention of the crib of Bethlehem but there are others besides worldlings and materialists inhabiting this earth ai and to them the thought of the manger brings new comfort new life strength and happiness Chrlstlanltrdawnedpier conception of a thought tending toward the alleviation of poor out fering humanity than that with the poverty of the connecteaII Infant ManGod has occurred or even can occur Naturally then our I I I thoughts at this season revert to the poor Poverty is too often the In I heritance pf a vast plaportlon of mankind Even in the most favored countries poverty may be found poverty sharp and painful In the extreme Such a state is always calculated to awaken the best sym pathies of our hearts but when we see It in the cold dark days of wjn ier it is sure to be Intensified So we think of the humble manger then of its poverty and winter cold Let those of us who are blessed In even the smallest degree above the actual point of watt seek out those who are waiting for the kindly hand and the encouraging word to help them and cheer them on their weary path Those of us who are blessed with comfort and affluence should see to it that we neglect not our I Imperative duty In this respect It Is Incumbent on all such to bring light and warmth to the cheerless abode of the poor There Is many a bitter trial and temptation in store for us all during the ensuing year Every act of beneficence and kindly thoughtful word to the poor of the present Christmas will prove a blessing and a strength to enable ua to bear the trials and temptations stored for us In the unborn future of 1915 Many Are the ways in which the benevolent heart may succor the afflicted Each ones disposition will discover that reflectiondevoid of some small share of merit will but enhance the happiness of bur homely fcetivitlM and give a ChrlstJ11asJoyITeHowIpr up a good old custom j r t j COMING EVENTS December 28Euchre and lotto In St Patricks school hall Thirteenth and Market Euchre and LottoSt Anns church Tuesday afternoon and even Ing December 29Iisc1tool half December 2830Minstrel show at St Charles Hall Twentyseventh and Chestnut 29Euchr61foriams school hall I January 5concert for benefit of St Columbas church 1in school hall Thlrtyfifth and Jefferson January G7Euchre1and lotto for St Mary and Elizabeth Hospital to be held in hospitall building Tuesday January 12 Bucnre and lotto by Cathedral Altar Society IE new Cathedral ha11I January 24Catholic Choral Union concert at Macauleys Thea ter for benefit of St Lawrence Insti tute for Homeless Boys January 2728Ladles Sewing Society annual charity euchre and lotto at Phoenix Hill for St Anthonys Hospital 11110011110101 110111111 I wish the Ientucky rich American Its friends and readers a Merry Christmas Daniell McCarthy iLoulsviUe December 2914 GRAND KNIGHTS REUNION The meeting next Wednesday evening of the Knights of Columbus will be devoted to a reunion of the Past Grand Knights of the council who are M J Wlnri Charles J OConnor P M OReilly Charles F Taylor Albert s1i Smith Matt ODoherty Thomas Ar Bohan S M Raffo E J McDermott J W Klnp heke P H Callahau and C W calledII 1011 hlsII tory of the Knights of Columbus On Thursday evening there will be a re ception and dance for members and ladyIopen house from 1 to 12 p m UNCHANGED The St VincentSt Thomas Orphan Society last Sunday elected central officers for the year 1915 as followsPresidentWilliamlT i Median presldel1twIlUamtT Veeneman Harry T Colgan Financial SecretaryS R Hard man SecretaryJosephA Treasurer 1ampb jMtU McDlnn There were no changes the mem bers reelecting the organizers of the society as a mark of approval of the excellent work they have done for the orphans Only one year old there are now twelve branchse In the city and the membership rapidly Increasing The installation of the generalIASICS PRIESTS HELP In the hope of alleviating the discomforts of prisoners of war and the anxiety of their relatives at home IPope Benedict lias Instructed all Bishops In dioceses wherein are military prisoners to appoint one or more priests who are acquainted with the languages spoken by the imprisoned soldiers These priests will be instructed not only to offer spiritual counsel but so far as pos sible to look after the material welfare of the prisoners Particular I efforts will be made to discover whether the prisoners have com municated with their families and if they have not done so to persuade them to send word home immedi ately In cases where prisoners are unable to write letters the priests will perform this service for them They also will use every effort to see that such letters are sent home safely ANNUAL ELECTION Branch 25 C K of A held a well attended and harmonious meeting Monday night in St Johns Hall Clay and Walnut A number of visitors were present and from the remarks of the speakers there will soon bo a marked increase of the membership pf St Johns branch The annua election was held with the following result Spiritual Director Rev G W Schuhmann Commander Will iam T IMeehan First Vice Com mander G W K Mattlngly Second Vice Commander S R Hardman Recording Secretary M F Hill Financial Secretary 13 J Maim Treasurer E A McCarthy Trustee Benedict Thomas Sentinel Joseph A Ruhl Eugene McCarthy was named for State Delegate FISH CALENDARS For the benefit of subscribers and patrons of the Kentucky Irish Amen can calendars will be distributedat this office next week which will have attached a calendar pad which shows all the feast and fast days of the year In addition to the holy days ot obligation There has been a great and Increasing demand for this convenient calendar every year and they will be distributed free to our patrons ST MIOILVELS ALMANAC f The Society of the Divine Word which does much for the promotion of devotlo s to the Sacred Heart of Jesus thr ugh its mission prose has issued StMlchaels Almanac of 100 pages fqr the coming year It la a- very fie publication which should be in every Catholic family The mission press profits go to a ants sionary fund and those who buy the aflmsnac which Ihspldlfor twenty five cents will to aiding a worthy charity e- r j r i n PAULISTS lersonalRentinlsccnccs of Rev Father Hcckor and His Enrly Associates I I Fathers AVnhvortli and Ifewit Vcro Descendants of Old American Stock I Labor When Catholicity Was Not in Favor in the Empire State BIRTH OF FIRST CONGREGATION By James A Rooney LL D The writers earliest recollection of the Rev Isaac Thomas Hecker C S iP one of the founders and the first Superior of the Missionary So ciety of St iPaul the Apostle whose death on December 22 1888 Is well remembered In New York was as a tenyearold altar boy serving his first mass every morning for a week during a mission he gave In 1852 to the Catholics of SU Marys then the only church In the village of Schenectady N Y of which the Rev John McOeough was the pastor He was then In the prime of his splendid manhood at thirtythree Assisting him part of the time in the confes theIattracted and held spellbound throngs of the village people others from Scotia and settlements along the Mohawk all the way from Amsterdam to Cohoes as well as numbers of the Irish Catholic laborers still working along the line of the Erie canal were Father Augustus Francis Hewlt and Father Clarence A Walworth all converts all Americans all Redemptorlsts and all fresh in the mlsslofi field of the diocese of Albany coming at the in vitation of Bishop John McCloskey later our first Cardinal It was a time when Catholicity was not In favor In those parts when all adher ents of the faith were classified as Irish when the spirit of Know nothlnglsm was yet alive and In the atmosphere though dying with great reluctance rvlten aJSatholIc boy who Avor3fafetPfttrlck Cross = on iMarch 17 knew that he might have to defend it and was ready With all this the nonCatholics could not keep away from the Catholic mission Father Walworth was an American of the Americans a descendant of the old Patroons with a family record going back to 1689 and the son of Chancellor Walworth the last holder of that distinguished title Besides all this he himself was an alumnus of Union College having graduated In 1838 when eighteen years old He was then in his thirty second year with a magnetic per sonality a dramatic delivery and an Indescribable power over the emo tions of his hearers so If theres a Union man In the church today who heard Father Walworth then he probably owes to him his conversion Father Hewitt was of Connecticut Congregational stock tie son of a minister of that sect the grandson lof United States Senator Hillhoupc from that State and a graduate of Amherst In the class of 39 Like Father Walworth he came to Rome through the Episcopal church after he had abandoned Calvinism as a failure and groping his way to the truth mainly through such Prot estant Influences as Rakes His tory of the Popes and Gulzots His tory of European Civilization He was baptized by the Right Rev Pat rick N Lynch Bishop of Charleston S C on Easter Sunday in 1846 making his first communion the same day He was ordrlned March 25 the next year He was an orator of great power and no one today unless he can transport himself in spirit Into the environment of that New York village in 1852 can appreciate the furore produced In the com munity by the sermons of these en thusiastic missionaries The altar boy attached himself to Father Heckor and the missionary even spent some time in his fathers house meeting there two of his aunts and discovered to them their vocation to the religious life He In troduced them afterward to the Rev Mother Mary Agnes in the old Houston street Convent of Mercy whore tooth later took the habit one to serve as the Rev Mother M Augustine founder of the House of Mercy and war time nurse In the South ithe other as Sister Mary Francis the first Sister of Mercy to receive the habit In the original Brooklyn convent Father Hecker was born In New York City was Jjioughtful and studious and of a religious temperament a farsighted young workman who took up the social crusade early and in the political campaign of 1834 he milt Orestes ABrownson alreadyfamous as a social reformer Young Hecker was looking for the truth He spent six months at the Brook Farm colony in 1843 where he was known as Ernest the Seeker His search ended in the Catholic church into which he waa admitted August 1 1844 by Bishop McCloskey In the following year he entered the Redemptorlat novitiate In Tronde Belgium and was or dained by Cardinal Wiseman October 23 1847 After two years on the English mission he returned to America and from 1851 to 1857 was misblots and Fathers Waiworth Hawit Deehori and Baker all native Ameri t t C9 cans being the mission band of the Redemptorlsts July 7 1858 marks the date and birth of the Congrega tion of St Paul the Apostle with headquarters at Ninth avenue and West Fiftyninth street New York of which Father Hecker was the Superior until his death RETREAT AT NEW ALBANY The retreat given for the Catholic men of New Albany under the aus pices of the Knights of Columbus closed on last Sunday night Cath olics have lived in New Albany for nearly a century and during that time there have been many missions and retreats but from outward ap pearances at least this was the most successful of any heretofore held About 700 men of Holy Trinity and St Marys churches attended the services every morning at 5 oclock and every evening at 730 this not withstanding time weather was in clement and bitterly cold during most of the time The Jesuit Father Jensen of St Louis conducted the retreat On last Sunday morning all of the men of both congregations went to holy communion bringing together the largest number of men ever assembled in St Marys Fathers Selbertz and Curran rectors of the two churches have reason to feel proud of the men of their re spective congregations May the effects of the retreat prove per manently beneficial I GERMAN ORPHAN SOCIETY Officers ot St Josephs German Catholic Orphan Society were elected Sunday afternoon at a meeting in St iBonlface Hall Votes for the various candidates were cast at meetings held In the morning in twelve churches having branches In the central body The branch so cieties officers also were chosen Joseph Schildt was made President of tho central body Other officers chosen were Vice President John Tobe Recording Secretary Frank A Kopp Corresponding Secretary NIc Bosler Financial Secretary Sebastian O Hubbuch and Treas urer B Ratterman Result of the voting at the branch meeting was tabulated at the central meeting in the afternoon representatives from the twelve churches carrying the outcome of the separate elections Nominations for the offices were made several months alto Tho now officers will be Installed at the next general meeting to be held January 2 at iSt Josephs Catholic Orphans Home In Crescent Hill Annual reports of the retiring offi cers will be heard at that tlnie ELECTED IJY KNIGHTS M New Albany Branch Catholic Knights of America has elected the followiim officers for the ensuing year The Rev Charles Curran Spiritual Director Daniel Walsh Sr President Mrs John McBarron Vice President Mrs PeterRlchards Treasurer John McBarron Secre tary Mrs D J Turney Miss Marie Close and Mrs David Malony Trus tees Peter Robards Doorkeeper John J Lyons Sentinel Miss Mayme Morgan Branch Reporter and Dr C W McIntyre Medical Ad visor COVINGTON The Knights of Columbus will to day take the part of Santa Claus at St Elizabeths Hospital In Coving ton by distributing nuts candies and toys to the orphan children of that institutionThe Ladles of Columbia elected the following officers Chaplain Rev Father Declan Carroll President Miss Nelllo Shannon Vice President Margaret Quigley Mon itor Mrs Lew Applegate Recording Secretary Mary Florence Taney Financial Secretary Mrs G A Seller Treasurer Alice Shaw En tertainment Committee Mrs Peter Hart Mrs Lew Applegate Mrs G A Seller Irene Brady Sick Committee Margaret Quigley Mrs Henrietta Kiefken Mrs Ellen OConnor HOME GUARD PROTESTS At a meeting In Manchester Engr land a protest was made to the Kings Ministers against the appoint ment of Sir Henry Howard as a special Minister to the Vatican and the protest stated that this action will strain to the uttermost endeav ors of all loyal Englishmen to sink all differences and work together for time interests of the empire It is worthy of note that these bigots who are under such a strain to sup port the empire are doing It a long ways from the battle front MINSTRELS BY AMATEURS Col James P Whallen and James Weed manager of Keiths Theater who have been witnessing the re hearsals of the Si Charles minstrels are loud In their praises of the work of the company which will give per formances Monday Tuesday and Wednesday nights at St Charles Hall Twentyseventh and Chestnut streets They feel confident the company will present one of the best amateur productions the city has ever enjoyed A leading feature will be the appearance of J Forrest Thompson who will play and sing the latest ragtime songs and pre sent a number of new wrinkles COVINGTON The Ancient Order of Hibernians of Covlngton have elected the fol lowing officers for the ensuing year President Hugh Ryan Vice President George Kelly Recording Sec retary Bernard Moore Financial Secretary Patrick Joyce Treasurer James W Maloney SergeantAt Arm P Ji Finn SenUnelCJ Crawford Standing Committee P J Carroll James P Laatry James G Brennan A J Toner William Broil rtelc 1 y I WE DO- PRINTING FIRST CUSS WORK 4 Give This Office Your Next Order DEMOCRATS Will Have Choice of Many Can didatctrin the StaterRaces Every Office to Be Hotly Con o tested Frtr in August- Primary V Nominees Must Bo Choice of the Voters to Defeat Iteorgaii bed G O P v y i- JCITY VOTE DETERMINING FACTOR This past week has witnessed tho v official or semloflclal announce ment of many prospective Democratic 7 candidates for State offices and judging fro indications there will be a large field for the voter to select from in the August primary There Is not a single State office that will not be hotly con tested for and the class of candidates entering will make a problem of picking the winner as many of them are expert campaigners who do not run for the advertisement but with the expectation of landing the Job Consequently politics is going to be quite an absorbing topic throughout the State for the next several months and as stated before In these columns the large number of entries for each office will preclude any arrangedbyorganizationAnybe met with the hearty opposition of ninetenths of the Democratic press throughout the State as the news paper men realize that a nomination this time Is not equivalent to elec tion and the nominees will have to be the choices of the people to deteatythe reorganized Republican party In the general election From the present yutlook the candidates for Governor will be Lieut Gov McDermott Auditor Bosworth Attorney General Garnett possiblYbutStanley all of whom would be ex cellent timber for the Democratic nomination For Secretary pf State Senator Charles D Arnett Assistant Auditor G B Likens and Judge Virgil P Smith will be sure contestants For Attorney General M M Logan the present assistant to Mr Garnett has announced as a candidate on his record and in all likelihood John E Duffy and Col George E Stone will be In the race For Superintendent of Public Instruction Prof V O Gilbert Mack B Eubanks and Prof R Dean Squires will make up the entry list iFormer Speaker Claude B Terrell will try for State Treas urer and Robert L Greene the present popular Clerk of the Court of Appeals for Auditor against Tom RheaIn the race thus far for Commis sioner of Agriculture Matt S Cohen Is now without opposition For Rail road Commissioner in the Second district Billy Klalr is a candidate for reelection and will be opposed by John E Newman and Sidney Douthltt Representative George Barrett of this city Is still a doubt ful entry several of his friends wanting him to again try for the Legislature while others on account of His railroad experience would prefer him as a candidate for Rail road Commissioner and if he an nounces would surely get a big por tion of the Democratic strength here which contains the bulk of tho district vote Many of the above list of candi dates and prospective candidates are busy these days flirting with the leaders of the Louisville Democracy realizing that the large Democratic vote here will be a big factor in all of the State races as there Is sure to be a large percentage of the regis tered Democratic vote cast in these races while out In the country or rural districts the vote wlll not bo so heavy because of the date of the primary being at an Inconvenient tiijiefor the farmer or farm employe to cast his vote Thus the city vote will be the deciding factor and tho large vote of Louisville is now thee prize being eagerly sought for by the candidates DREW NICE PRIZES At the combination drawing held ab the Hibernian Home on Portland avenue many nice prizes were awarded among the lucky wlnnera being Robert Donnjwe who re ceived the brass J Welsh a handsome rocker George P iButler 5 In gold Miss Eva Collins a load of coal and Mayor John iBusche theKenhtckytIrishauspices of the Hibernian Social Club of Division 3 a euchre and lotto party will be given at the clubhouse nfriendsvlted I HOLIDAY WITH PARENTS Miss Dorothy Hackett who Iis at ConcLptleaAcademy n atftMarys lEdwardMotarathJohn StMelnradAbhithe priesthood to spead thelr Christ mas vacation wHK rslatiw thorn iI KfiA ii r- r T9ifIL w i i VWM biirf U- I TPOKs 1aXIIUAMEaXOAN1 E EkTLJt3tcYfiMRiGfift PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY kiNTeNII OlMMy ladorwd by Aaclwt Order of HJMmUat Veerg Maa Ina tote sad Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IIU8H AMERICAN PRINTING COIacorpotMed Puhllhr iUBSCKIPTlON PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 1C BnUred at the LsuITlllIl PnWHet M S tteiCut nur AUreHtUCtBMiUttteii tto tilt UNTUCK UKH A4WUCXN JW21 want 0eea St UNION TRADES COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY DECEMBER 26 1914 t HE THANKFUL FOR PEACE At the dawn of the now year 3 I Iwhen we ate celebrating the coming of Him who proclaimed Peace on earth good will to men the people n of the United States and of Louis yule and Kentucky especially should give thanks to Almighty God from the bottom of their hearts that we have peace not only In the nation but likewise In our state and city Our Holy Father the Pope our President our pastors and all good men have urged us to pray for f place to pray constantly that mens hearts may be changed so that the wars now going on may come to an end Prayers are offered up every day In the masses that peace may obtain and that war cease and It Is our duty to continue those supple cations That war pas not Invaded our beloved country we should give thanks for Happily we have o Chief Magistrate who la a lover ot peace and Almighty God may yet show him a way to bring about peace among the warring nations Some of the great editors among them Henry Watterson have ob served that one may well question whether Christianity Is not a failure when one considers that the great nations now at war profess the Christian religion Christianity is not rt failure Sup pose we gIve Christianity a trial Is suggested by one statesman and that statesman Is right We have not i Weiprofess to follow the teachings of Christ but do we do sot Let each one answer from the bottom of his heart Certalply the nations now at war are not practicing the teachings of Christ who proclaimed Peace on earth and good will to men If they were practicing good will to ward men they would not be at each others throats Let us all thank God Almighty that we are living In peace with all nations Let us have good will to ward our neighbors and peace will naturally follow In the city In the State and In the nation OPEN THEIR EYES Those goodnatured optimistic persons who are firmly persuaded and fond of declaring that this country has outgrown religious IIntolerance had their eyes opened by the elections So general were the manifestations of bigotry during the campaign and so unscrupulous the methods employed by political conspirators to defeat Catholic candidates that oven the President himself felt called upon to declare publicly that an American citizen should nevdr vote as a sectarian but as a citizen Other repudiations of tho infamous movement were more emphatic than this decidedly so But there Is no accounting for temperaments any more than for tastes President Wilson must be exceptionally academic and his mild deprecation of the Interjection of religion Into politics is perhaps a product of his accustomed style of comment As a rule men show more or less warmth when expressing indignation This Is the modest view taken by the Ave Maria with which nearly every body will now agree- BRYANS LECTURE William Jennings Bryan our 09sometimes Secretary of State sho ld add to his Chautauqua series of lectures one entitled Why Cath olics Were Murdered In Mexico i The Democrat who does not now know whether he wants a platform convention before or utter the pri mary will never know Give the peo ple a good platform and they will select the candidates best fitted for it This will obviate dodging and treachery to party principles t The Christmas editions of pur contemporaries were all excellent surpassing all issued during former years They attest tho high standing the Catholic press tins attained and show the publishers appreciation Wishing our patrons and readers a happy and prosperous new year the Kentucky Irish Americana returns iMcere thanks to glQf their gen fcrputf support during tho year now a endin ll- A ylce commission looks like a 1 goad Mtcusfl for some to go 14pamIQJ tt 9lMday Tlgw Yeara guy tube x holy ilat of ohligwtloa- d Q IsGT tec Mrs Martin F Casper Jr and son have been visiting Mrs Manford Paisley at Cannelton The Mackin Social Club will enter tain with a dance at their club house next Tuesday evening Miss Freda Hang of Oakdale was the weekend guest of Miss Helen Gorman In the West End Fred Doyle son of Mr and Mrs John A Doyle Is home from Van couver to spend the holidays At M Herrmann Is home for the holidays on a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs Michel Herrmann Edward Dlerken who has been visiting in Frankfort for the past I two months has returned home Miss Maggie Maguire 1320 East Elm street New Albany returned last week from a visit to Oklahoma Harry J Hennessy of Toronto Canada arrived home Wednesday noon to remain during the holidays Al Link is home for the holidays from Southern Indiana where he is engaged with a big electrical con tract Miss Constance Cassllly is hon rfrom St Catherines Academy at Springfield to spend the holiday seasonMr and Mrs Roy C Keebler of New YorkClty are visiting Col and Mrs Charles P Dehler 127 South Third streetaMiss Eva Casper who spent several months here visiting Miss Alice Casper left last week for her home In Cannelton Mrs William Glenn Sr of the Boulevard has beon entertaining this week for Mrs John Glenn of BowlIng Green Mrs J F Lally and Miss Frances Lally of West Broadway were recent guests of their mother Mrs L W Clark at Marydale Misses Mary OConnor and Mary Barton for two weeks the guests of Mrs James White have returned to their home In Covington Miss Mary McKeirnan has re turned from Atlanta where she was extensively entertained during her visit to Mrs John C Stallings Misses Regina McKenna Mary Lee and Evelyn Ross have returned from school and are with their par ents at Fairfield for the holidays James and Edward McGrath who are pupils at St Josephs College are home spending the holidays with their parents Col and Mrs Frank McGrath Miss Viola Hoffernan arrived Sun day from Austral Tenn to spend he holidays with her parents Mr and Mrs W J Heffernan on Frank fort avenue Miss Catherine Menne Is home from St Catherines Academy and is spending the holidays with her par ents Mr and Mrs Frank A Menne of Kenllworth ofJeffersonvilleguest Miss Florence Kelly a young lady popular In society circles In Cleveland Ohio Miss Anna Belle Corcoran has re turned from an extended visit to Mr and Mrs Andrew J Corcoran atII Corbyvllle Ont and Miss Mary Roche of Baltimore Mr and Mrs Walter M Higgins and son of Mobile are here for a visit and are with Mr and MrllII William M HIggins 732 South Twentyfourth street Miss Kathleen Fischer a student at the Sacred Heart Academy St Matthews has returnedto her home toritheMcDermott have with them for the holiday vacation their daughter Miss Susan McDermott who Is at tending school In New York Mr and Mrs Charles Cummins and son of Chaska Tenn are visit ing their parents Mr and Mrs George Holbourn and Mr and Mrs J Cummins South Louisville Miss Margaret Ripy who Is at tending Nazareth Academy Is at her home in Lawrenceburg for the holi days She IB expected to visit hero before returning to her studies I I Miss Cecilia Louise Sullivan who Is attending school In Cincinnati arrived here Monday to spend the holday vacation with tier parents Mr and Mrs Owen Sullivan on Cherokee Drive ElisabethMalonefront CiBfcianati where they are at tfcutlinr school n4 art with their- S S J i STATE POLITICS M M LOGAN Democratic Candidate For Attorney General The announcement that M M Lo gan the present Assistant Attorney General will be a candidate for Attorney General has met with favorable comments from the Democratic voters and leaders in every part ol tho State who know that Ifglven i the nomination he will lend strength i to the ticket In the general election In November 1915 as his candidacy will be sure to attract many voters especially that class of Independent voters who believe In supporting the man of ability for the once This class is sure to be attracted to Mr Logans candidacy because ot his success and faithful performance of duty In his present position his rec ord having established him as one of the strong men of the Democratic party in Kentucky and in the event of his success the people as a whole can rest confident that they will have an Attorney General ever capa ble in their behalf and ready to guard their Interests at every turn Mr Logan is a native of Kentucky and received his education in this State having the reputation at school of being an industrious and faithful student who received many honors and favorable mention the consequences being that at early age he was admitted to practice law and has been uniformly successful In his legal work being zealous In the In terests of his clients and fearless in the discharge of any duties assigned him His work the past three years as assistant to Attorney General Gar nett has justly fitted him for the of fice to which he aspires and in the opinion of many this Is only fairness and justice as a promotion or re ward is always due for a meritorious record whether In public or com mercial life Attorneys at the bar parents Mr and Mrs John TI Malone In the Highlands Misses Kathleen and Jean Bullelt Hazel OBannon and Mildred Gwart ney pupils at the Sacred Heart Academy have gone to their homes at Corydon Ind to spend the holiday season with their parents Phil Kelly of Frankfort avenue has as guests tor the holidays his brother Charles Kelly of Timpson Texas and Mr and Mrs H T Esterle of Little Rock Mrs Esterle being a daughter of Mr Kelly Misses Helen Mapother and Louise Walton who are home from school to visit their parents Messrs and Mesdames W A Mapother and Druid A Walton are being enter tained us honor guests at a number of social functions Miss Durrett Oglesby of Pres tonia returned Sunday from St Catherine of Sienna Academy ac companied fly her classmate Miss Catherine Kelly of St Louis and they will be with Miss Oglesbys mother Mrs S D Thompson until the end of the holidays APPOINTEDi HY GOVERNOR Gov McCreary on Tuesday ap pointed the Very Rev P M J Rock rector of the Cathedral a delegate to represent Kentucky at the meeting of the National Mercy Conference Other clergymen thus honored are the Rev E L Powell Rev rSLyon Rev Charles Ewell Cralk and Rev William Thalheimer ST ANNS EUCHRE A euchre and lotto under the auspices of the congregation of St Anns church will be given In the school hall Seventh and Davies avenue next Tuesday afternoon and evening and many handsome prizes have been secured for the occasion The afternoon affair will begin at 230 oclock and In the evening at 8 Sixth street cars run past the hall I MAHRTAOE A SURPRISE News of the marriage last Satur day of Clarence Sears an electrician and Miss Elizabeth Dannenhold daughter of G M Dannenhold came as a surprise to friends and rela tives of tho bride and groom While all were occupied with their holiday affairs the couple quietly crossed to Jeffersonville and proceeded to St Augustines church where the Rev Michael Halpin performed the marriage ceremony MOVING PICTURES An excellent moving picture en tertainment portraying scenes In the life of Christ will be given at St Williams Hall Thirteenth and Oak next Wednesday and Thursday nights the proceeds to be devoted to the church fund These pictures possess especial merit being in colors and perfect in detail 1QU1ETIA WEDDED Roy W Browning and Miss Vlr ginia Wiesen both welt known In the East End were quietly married at rRoIlutThomas W Whit oMeI ting t v In t Iif j If t ijI and attaches of courts throughout the State generally concede that he Is the logical successor of Mr GarnettThe subject of this sketch halls from Edmonson county one of our Democratic strongholds and the esti byhisadage that a prophet Is without honor In his own country as the people of that section are strong In the support of his claims for the of fice end if given the nomination Edmonson and the outlying district will give the Democratic party an oldtime bannqr majority In Novem ber Mr Logan s home county is in the Second district which is always found in the Democratic column on election day and the selection of a native son for the nomination fov Attorney General Is sure to be re I thatIof the party I Many of the Democratic leaders in the different districts throughout the State have already declared them selves in behalf of Mr Logans can didacy as they know that his serv ices to the party In the past are deserving of reward his time and money being always used in aiding the efforts of the Campaign Commit tee and his speeches in behalf of the ticket have resulted in much good Mr Logans Democracy Is of the tried and true variety and the Dem ocratic voters of the Commonwealth will make no mistake in espousing his cause and giving him their sup port In the August primary next year As heretofore stated If given I the nomination M M Logan Demo cratic candidate for Attorney General I will be one of the strongest assets of the party in NovemberI ROUT TJ OIIKKXK Robt L Greene Clerk of the Court of Appeals has announced his candidacy for the office of Auditor of Public Accounts subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held next August and in all sections ot the Commonwealth people tire rallying to his support While Mr Greene has long been prominent In public life he has never held but one elective officei the one he Is now filling and from iI I which he will retire with a record unsurpassed by any of his predecessors iBorn In Gallatln county and reared in Bracken he has been an earnest worker and his experience gives him exceptional fitness for time office to which he aspires and should succeed As Clerk of the Court of Appeals Mr Greene has I been kind and affable to all and at the same time always attentive to his duties not having missed a day tram his office when court was in session and even in vacattbTV when his services were needed The office of Auditor is one of the most Important In the State government he being its head fiscal agent and by virtue of his office a member of the State Board of Valuation and Assessment also of tho Sinking Fund Commission It Is needless to go into the importance of the position either as Auditor in his official character or as a member of these boards but It is well to remember air Greene can be trusted to look after the peoples interests and that if nominated his name will add great strength td the ticket the Democrats will present next year Unwilling to neglect any part of his duties to make a personal canvass for the office Mr Greene will rely largely upon his friends over the State who can be trusted to look after his Interests and give him a well deserved recognition ST MARTINS Branch 6 Catholic Knights of America the larg p ltand one of the first organized in entuCkY Is arranging for some big doings at its first meeting in January when the following officers will OB Installed Spiritual Director Rev IL C Ohle FirstVlceond Vice President Jolna Soeder Jr Recording Secretary B A Muel ler Financial Secretary 0 waler Treasurer Pv r1 Hofmann Tmrtee J N Herp State Delegate Claries Falk Alternate John Boeder Jn I 1 u s+ + nnt DONT FAIL TO JOIN OURd CHRISTMAS SAYINGS CLUB FOR NEXT YEAR J I CLUB NOW FORMING l1l1- I WeekIIIi I Join Any Day This t Ii NO MEMBERSHIP FEE 1 1iI l ilYouil if FIVE CLASSES i weekHIt if weekClassii djl1250 Class E i JOIN AT ONCE== DONT DELAY j Ii j g I f Ii and Place Louisville Ky i2 ICE CREAMPLAIN OR BRICK For Family Party and all I Social and Society Gather ings Purity Guaranteed Vanilla per gallon 75c Fruit per gallon 85o Bride per gallon100 WATHENPhone 439 SOUTH EIGHTH ST M WHEN IN NEED OF Cut Flowers or Design Work CALL OR VISIT Thomas De Spain FLORISTHOME PHONE SHAWNEE 868 2344 West Chestnut Stree- tDirectors HBOSSESON Funeral and Embalmers 6X0 PICII12 A CIXXTHES ARE WANTED Many poor families in the city are badly In need of clothing for children and persons having apparel they do not need can send such to the St Vincent de Paul Society which will see that the poor and needy receive their charity Tho tender years of children and the in clemency of the weather ought to appeal to the resources of persons more fortunately placed HELP RELIEF FUND Under the direction of Mrs John- S Berry a euchre lotto and dance party will be given at OConnoll Hall Thirteenth and Oak next Tuesday afternoon and night the proceeds to be given to the relief fund Many handsome awards will be made including a cash prize and a turkey ua consolation prize An enjoyable time is promised all who Attend L j- II i t r Ltj t I i ij di CI IiasstN 11I11 f ilforil i jtgandIiFifth Court r TEriLTJ- Tslehes1412 Belgian 2500 II CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR flOTTO These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Louisville Catering especially to Ladies and Children Under the same management Presenting only the stand ard productions historic dramatic and comic i For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices IIJAotdNEf I StreetIFidelity and ColumbiaI Trust Co 1 COLUMBIA BUILDING FOURTH AND MAIN STS CAPITAL 200000000 i 1Rlvi 1 I 1eeNI I t OOOO t DR J Te CUAWII Veterinary Infirmary 713715 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET t T KCIIIIIIS2991 H M City 2399 ari aB ION 106s1 Ad8f bete HOLIDAY PRESENTS FOR CATHOLICS Rogers Church Goods Co 129 S FOURTH AVE i f c fOrdf DISINFECTANT FRKH v LOUISVILLE ODORLESS 1r i VAULT CLEANING CO i I BEN HOLLOWAY PRPP I 1II- Vaalt Cleaning JJ j JSewerJ 01OFFICEe i i1 Home City 5103 CumbaL A a Reiideaee 235 Clam Home Phbae 4828 r re j Iei t e i n i i rT F AMERJQAN uiitL4JWhat i I And What It Means to You Tile Club Plan Is an extended payment plan Instituted purely and i simply for the convenience ot our patrdns who vl6h to buy House hold Goods such as Furniture Carpets Rugs etc When you join the Club Plan you are asked to pay3 per cent of the amount of your purchases for joining for Instance The membership too on a 2300 purchase would be 76c The membership Leo on a 3000 purchase would beIGO The membership foe On greater purchases would of course be in proportion You ate then asked to pay 10 per cent of your total purchase vi the first paynentFor instance on a J2500 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 pa meats When you consider that goods bought on the Club Plan are purchased at our cash priceswhether special or regularyou will moro clearly flee that our membership fee is nothing in comparison with the additional cost Installment houses place on their goods for the privilege of time payments FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS ROUSE FURNISHINGS AM OTHER HOUSEHOLD GOODS ARE SOLD ON THE CLUB 1LAN Any further information regarding the Club Plan will be cheerfully given by our salespeople or at the Credit office on the fifth floor BAC N e ON INCORPORATED We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons CII t IIII1I i III 111111111111111 tit It I1111I11II t 111 H A CANDIED REQUEST I i We respectfully request our patrons to leave j their orders for Holiday Candies as soon as and avoid the rush of the last few days I pLpossible I r RUDOLPH CANDY BAUERII 230 West Market M1 1 DUU tObl THIRTY SURETY COUPONS The quality of our Coffee is always the highest Fresh roasted daily M Pass any mini W XULAiECSCEDr ar THIBT RI i maci tAirtoeC uo t5 c Does Mean to You you spend carelessly thinking only of the next pay en to como account with thIs Safe Conservative CO Year Bank stop the leaks Itwill make one mindful of the little ex and more careful of the large ones money in bank on Pay Day the desire to see it larger urges youSo add to it right straight along Ve give you safetY Pand 3 per cent on time and savings f I 1 Under the BiIY ClockSecond and Markit 1 i Supervision II II t11111 II II U foil II I J II nH 11111 1111 tiEO KEELEY Wholesahr r I Mulloys Special Coffee 65cUNew JOHN MULLOY I IIIIaeo PayDay INSURANCE t BANK WholesahI i i 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 GEHER SON 215 WEST MARKET ST WM KEELEY i iIand Retail I I I KgJtLEY BROAT XARKETftsae Flume City 783 135 WJeUer8R St wiNBe OKAYPAGNJIIiiII v A o Teat Green Street OXGARaU I i0+4F1 + 4MN3 P4Fi4 N ftt FlMN4Of41Flo M t I i4 3 e34MF 3 4 i BRONCHIAL I COUGHS When the bronchial tubes are affected with that weakening tick ine cough oftmu- cous need immediate and sensible treatment The breath seems shorter because obstructions usually fever is present and your bead jars with every J cough Your chest aches and the inflammation often spreads to the lungs 1 THE REMEDY FOR BRONCHIAL COUGHS WEAK LUNGS i AND SORE CHEST IS I STUARTS LUNG BALSAM ff- It drives out the cold which is the root of the trouble and checks the cough by aiding the healing process of the enfeebled membrane iioes 255 and SO Cents THEO RECTANUSINCORPORATED coII Preston and Market Sts Louisville Kentucky + J uJ J J + +04t r 4M3MI FOt + + + U t 4 +t 4304a A STUDY Into the Matter of the Supply ot Natural Gas and Electricity for the Cityor Louisville Discloses puny Interesting Facts toIII I During the nine months prior March 1914 nearly 200 miles of twelveInch pipe were laid and I tested by the Kentucky Pipe Line Company In the meanwhile the Louisville Gas and Electric Company built about fifteen miles of medium I I pressure line from sixteen to ten Inches This starts at a reducing station on the outskirts and forms a belt line about the city serving eight new regulating stations Through these regulators gas is fed Into the low pressure distributing mains and holders The company was fortunate in contracting for its gas supply In West Virginia as this State Is the largest producer In the Union and the supply Is enormous Upon the introduction of natural gas Into the city about the middleIof last March the gas was discontinued The gas makers however are kept upon the companys pay roll being retained as helpers In the various branches of the gas distribution department With everything prearranged as It Is In case of trouble with the citys supply of natural gas the manu facture of water gas would begin within one hour By utilizing all of the holders of the old companies about one winters day supply is stored in the city Growth In the electric department of the Louisville Gas and Electric Company Is noteworthy Electricity Is still manufactured from coal but great changes have been made since July 2 1913 The four old electric companies had been operating seven generating stations and two sub+ stations Most of these were antiquated and Inefficient A care ful investigation showed that by making certain additions to one of the plants all of the others might be shut down thereby effecting a great saving in the manufacturing cost The station selected for development was well located on the Ohio river where condensing water was abundant and where two rail roads as well as the river provided an unfailing coal supply This plant had been designed along mpdern highcapacity highefficiency lines and was laid out and sufficient real estate provided for four or live times the load the consolidated company had connected at the time With all haste compatible with thorough study of conditions and plans addl tions to the companys waterside station were begun The city had bJen paying for arc lighting at the rate of 67 per lamp per year After the merger 56 per year was charged for lamps In the overhead district and 60 per lamp in the underground district From street lighting alone there has been saved to the city since the merger approximately 45000 It has been through the use of natural gas however that the great est benefit has accrued to the citizens and strange to relate it was the promise of natural gas which seemed to excite most of their sus picions Prior to the merger the rates for gas were 1 per thousand cubic feet for lighting and sixtyfive and seventyfive cents for fuel The company contracted to bring natural pas from West Virginia by July 1 1914 and sell It for thirtyfive cents The company at once equalized all rates for heating gas at sixtyfive cents and on March 1 1914 started billing all gas at the new thirtyfive cents rate Natural gas was first admitted to the mains on March 15 1914 It took some weeks to get burners adjusted and the people accustomed to the new gas with its much greater heat value Complaints were numerous enough at first but tHey gradually disap peared Recently under the encourage ment of the management fortnightly meetings of the employed have been held These meetings are open to all permanent employes of the com pany Papers reports arid discus sions have been largely along prac tical and educational lines AsideI from their apparent functions these gatherings are developing a sense of community of Interest between all the employes between the employes and the company and between em ployes and the public the company serves I HIBERNIAN REVIVAL I J Rev T J McCaffrey State Chap lain ot the Ancient Order of Hlber mans and James McBreen State President have addressed a letter to the different divisions in the State urging steps for a big revival In HI bernianism in 1915 and say that the time Is ripe for such a move Father McCaffrey especially urges harmony anu unity in the divisions and pre J dicta with a united front the order will soon coma into Its own in Ken Lucky Both send Cferifttraa greet ings to aUottke mMBUM on ItPE I Ii+ 1 Surely Deserves Succet 10 MB Nave It seemed u If I could not raeeem It deserve Martin Orelf Mr U P Cherry of Mont I then consulted a pbyil tea who only relieved me but one bot tneud It to all amlctod with nervousness FREE tlilq1 i1offJf II 1912aV atIuttookIsterthenIworkqaIDSUvenavfflo becameaalctedwhatsoever TontohadtookPutoragallnetsthreenNerIVOU8 i Si htWan fedetas 1876 andcsoawKbyNthi KOENIG MED CO Chicago IllI 62 W Lake Street star Dearborn IsM ILirIHUIR OF floumu ate News That Will Interest Members Here and Else whore Many councils will build now homes next year All the Kentucky councils are re ported booming and making prog remi San Domingo Council of Philadelphia now numbers over 1000 membersThere are three successful coun cils in Cleveland one of which has 900 members Seven councils are being organ- Ized In Maryland one of which will bo instituted New Years day Loretto Council of Cold Spring N Y recently donated two perpetual scholarships to Our Lady of Loretto schoolSt Josephs school at New Ken sln ton Pa now floats a large American flag the gift of the Knights of that town Since the Institution of the new council at Helena with sixtyseven charter members Arkansas has seven flourishing councils- Exemplifications of the fourth degree are announced for February at Boston Providence Newark Pittsburgh and Davenport Iowa Memphis Knights have secured the Latham property at Madison avenue and Montgomery street where they expect to erect a handsome per manent home Cardinal Parley and Govelect Whitman have promised to attend the annual charity ball to be given by the Knights of New York City in Madison Square Garden on January 27 1 The new fourstory home for thp Knights of Springfield Ohio will be ready September ljTt will boone of the most modern cljib houses In the State and will represent an Invest ment of about 80000 J HAMS AND CHICKENS The men of the Building Associa lion of St Patricks church have secured an Unusually large number of tine hams and chickens which they will dispose of at the euchre and lotto to be given under their auspices in the school hall next Mon d iy evening This holiday enter tainment will mark the close of a successful year of the ladies and gentlemen interested in the affairs of the Building Association and they are working hard to have aIbanner crowd FLOURISHING The annual reports of the officers show the St Charles the Great Benevolent Society which will cole brate its golden Jubilee two years hence in a flourishing condition Its membership now numbers 260 and is growing steadily Meetings are held on the second Monday of every month The installation of officers meeting and general good time Peter J Hofmaom lathe President and J H humors the Secretary KEPT SECRET WELL CFriends and reVm of Edward Sinkhorn and Ml5i PllWHs Dietz were given an unexpecteaV surprise list week when it beeame known that they had eloped to JefferVjnivllle last August sad were married VThe couple kept their secret until they decided to have aCathoUo marriaze Mremony which will take pktee January Uit Holy Trinity churchV au J AMERIOAN CHRONOLOGY Timely Record of Some Memor able Events in the Catholic History of America By James A Rooney LL D December 27 1904The Right Rev Thomas F Lillis consecrated Bishop of Leavenworth Kas born in Lexington Mo In 1862 ordained In 1885 appointed Coad jutor of Kansas Citty Mo March 14 1910 succeeded to the see February 21 1913 December 28 1832College of oJesuits at St Louis chartered by the Missouri Legislature under the title of St Louis University founded as St Louis Academy by the Right Rev Louis W Dubourg in the house of Madame Alvarez Third and Market streets Novem ber 16 1818 December 29 1891Death of the Right Rev John Loughlin first Bishop of Brooklyn N Y born in County Down Ireland Decem ber 20 1817 ordained October 18 1840 consecrated by Arch bishop Bedlnl October 30 1853 at which time there were twelve churches and 15000 Catholics in the diocese December 30 1821 Building on the Vauxhall property Broad street Charleston S C blessed by Bishop John England at his Cathedral the Rev John Tuomey celebrant of the mass at which the Bishop preached this was the be ginning of St Finbarrs Cathedral December 31 1838 The Rev John Timon afterward first Bishop of Buffalo N Y preached in the Hall of Congress in Houston then the capital of the Republic of TexasI1 I I Mexico founded by the Rev J Ignacio Maria de Casto rena y Ursua precentor of the Cathedral of Mexico afterward twentyfirstt Bishop of Yucatan which see wasI established by Leo X January 1518 27II January 2 1912 Death In of the Very Rev Eugene Henry I Porclle S P rt formerly Su perior General of the Fathers of Mercy and founder of the parish of Our Lady of Lourdes Brook l lyn N Y- FEDERAL BUGABOO Thai or concerning the placing of afgti4it l ague baseball team in LifivlU8has served its pu- rposverttsing i for some who I enjoy Mekktg in the light of pub Betty If there had been any toundatieH tothe rumor wherebY tel l iL1iited here it is a sat bet tMtJHpeuld not draw flies In thelfirstjplice the majority o playqfinMawT are castoffs of the major rtatttCiass A leagues these LeagueIsaltier ply becoming topnotchers1 local jfaSBjremembering how Carr Lepntia tt the Delehantys for in atp nee 1 m about through in the standingofr MBthat circuit Although Iadlrtilapelfe under Carr won the l+ tanUfijennant nevertheless the VWEers lost money on the enid only one team out of the eJiStfajiiybetter than break evon The t iiisville fans are perfectly satisfied with the class of ball fur nished by Owner Wathen and have no desIre to see the league of downandoutors represented here MAKES MANY HAPPY The Kentucky Title Savings Bank has disbursed the savings of the year 1914 to the members of its Christmas savings club which was the means of bringing happiness to many The total savings for the year amounted to nearly 200000 made on the easy plan of depositing small savings weekly This plan has been most beneficial to many and gave to them a nice fund for the holidays There are thousands who thus began their first savings The Kentucky Title Savings Sank is now forming an other club for 1915 and we ask our readers not to overlook the advertisement appearing in another column POPULAR CONCERT A grand popular concert for the benefit of St Columbas church will it be given in the new school tall on Tuesday January 6 the proceeds to be given to the church debt fund A II pleasing programme is being ar ranged by the committee In charge and a treat is assured those who attend Tickets are twentyfive cents each HOME FOR HOLIDAYS Dan DrIscoll who has been pursu ing his studies for the priesthood at St Louis It home for the holidays f ona visit to Ida parents Mr and Mrs P P DrlKoll of Hamilton aye Bue n- Q r 111101 Ilnl Hlilli flU + 1 + 1111101110 11 n II 0U04 r HERMAN STRAUS t QlT9rouern Avenue wca aurfo Wishing i You and Yours ff- i f- j fF F I t U J A Merry Xmas c and ratJ v Happy New Year coI1111111111111511111111111111111811 FURIYITURJSLivingRoomreasonable prices WMe F MAYERMarket Bet Fourth and Fifth aa aAAAA I I NHOLESALE lnCU URATADIIPHONESOUTH 25w CITY 1866 GERMAN BANKWe Are Now Occupying Our TEMPORARY QUARTERS f 124 SOUTH FIFTH STREETBETWEEN MAIN AND MARKET Iii Pending erection of our new building at Fifth and Market DAN J HENNESSY EDW A AYMAN 3238atilennessy Axman POPULAR PRICE TAILORS UPSTAIRS STORE 425 W Jeffersan 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City 1449 Cumb M 1023 I rGRAN W SMITHS SON i AL S SMITH PROP Funeral Director and Embalmer BOTH PHONES 810 i 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREETjj i14f4 4+ l o4l4NNABON 1Ni4+ N H JDOUGHERTY McELLIOTT 1227 WEST MARKET STREET 1 Funeral Directors and Embalmers 13OTU PHONIDs t Climb Main 3008a Homo City 2008 Ii 11101 11111111 H II III111IIIII So v awws s+aa au J HOME Je Ph oNEBARRET1ZsDS 3971y I i I FUNERAL DIRECTORS IIAND EMBALMERS Il Main s eet J i I I1R1eCU 1010 CALL Cumb Main 1G05 ALLEN TAXICAB COtTA2CIOAOBS AND TqURL TQ OARS SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT 205 E CBKSTNUT ST LOUISVILLE KY SEE POOLEY nfidelltialLoans PINY Gall Write or Telephone PQOLEY II 1 CirterJearal 41bearh8tretU D I 1 INCORPORATEDDistillers FORTUNA r 1 Attthe late aacl zee Stylw sad Shapes prieNCall J I tr f r HIBERNIANS HaveWhat They Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 4 will meet next Monday eveningDivision 2 of Syracuse admitted twelve new members this month Division 1 will have a large gath eying at Its Installation of officers Capt Tom Farrell of Division 4 is busy training his basketball team A number of new faces will ap meetingiIi Joe Lynch the Presidentelect of Division 2 Is already busy can vassing for neW members The Butte Mont Ladles Aux iliary celebrated their twentieth an niversary with ah elaborate banquet The Ladles Auxiliary division of Charleston S C has a larger mem bership than the two divisions of menDivision 4 will soon have a big Initiation President Hennessy and his men Intend making this their record year- Following 1 the Installations next month the County Board will begin preparation for the observance of 3t Patricks day The Ancient Order will next year observe the thirtyfifth anniversary of Its organization in Wisconsin Bay View had the first division His past experience in fraternal organizations will make Mark Ryan the new President of Division 1 a valuable man to his division President Tom Quinn of the Hi bernian Social Club Is mapping out a social programme for his organization after the first of the year County President Connelly assist ed by Vice President Maloney will Install the new division officers at their first meetings next month Everything looks bright for County Board work the coming year as the delegateselect are all hustling and enthusiastic workers The annual initiation of the eight Indianapolis divisions last Sunday was a great success as was also the banquet that followed at the Oneida HotelMinneapolis Hibernians will have a general installation on January 3 and have arranged a fine programme for the State and county officers who have been Invited Division 1 of Dubuqque has Inaugurated I an active membership campaign At the last meeting seven candidates were Initiated and sev eral applications received The Ladles Auxiliary of Colum bus Ohio will celebrate the anni versary of St Brlgld on February 1 with a concert and vaudeville show in the Chamber of Commerce John J Kilkenny of Division 3 has not been regular In his attend ance at the meetings lately being busy entertaining the young Hiber nian who arrived at his home recently rrhe Hibernian Social Club Invites all members to bewlth them on I January 6 when they will entertain with a euchre and lotto party at the Hibernian Home Eighteenth and Portland avenue Division 72 of Boston will celebrate Its fifteenth anniversary with- n public Installation on January 3 Gov Walsh Mayor Curley exMayor Fitzgerald National and State off cers and several of the clergy have been Invited to be present JOHAi1St Edwards Commandery Knights of St John of New Albany hRS elected the following officers The Rev Charles Curran Spiritual Advisor the Rev AlhehyyWieke Chaplain Charles Tr dent John Zellers First VtcjMigipjdont Frank Earl Second Vjiiupdent SOllamMl1Jer llallor Will John Al sson I Icerif I i taln Den Husson First Liitttandt F Huth Second Lleut FORTY 1101 I lliirslAdoratlonSt Michaels beginning with the hlgdcontinuing until Tues f beautiful devotions will by the Rev Father Martin who will be assisted by h the local clergy JANUARY WEDDING Mrs Mary Christ of Deer Park I announces the engagement of her I I daughter Miss May Christ to John I Hanafee of New Albany The wed ding will take place Thursday January 7 at 930 oclock with a nuptial high mass at St Brlglds church Rev Father Jansen the pastor will perform the ceremony lOIOSELY BUNCHED Much Interest Is being shown in the basketball games of the six teams In the Mackin Council League Each tenth has played four games and all have won but the Old Rosebuds lead In the taco closely followed by the Teutons and Emeralds Games are on Friday nights and friends the council are invited to witness he contests BORAX GETS PLACE John J Haynes of Buffalo Supreme President of the Catholic Mutual Benefit Association of tho United States and Canada has appointed Thomas P Hoban of Scranton as Supreme Recorder of the order to fill the unexpirod term caused by the death of Joseph Cameron of Hornell N Y I IDISHOP OCONNOR l IThe thirtyseventh anniversary at- Ithe Right Rev John J OConnor of Newark N J was cele last Tuesday Bishop OCon nor wars born In Newark and was consecrated Blskop In July 1961 I if I I f r t FRED ERHART- T ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING- N W Corner Fourth and Jefferson SOCIETY DIRECTORY AOH DIVISION 1 Second and Fourth Thursday Lieder kranz Hall Sixth and Walnut PresidentThomas Tarpy Vice President Henry McDer mott NatterCusickFinancial SecretaryJoseph Far rellTteasurerThdnas Keenan Sr SergeantatArmsr Tlji Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets First Thursday at Llederkranz Hall Sixth and Walnut PresidentC J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Recording Secretary John T KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms J Cunning hamSentinelThomas Hannon DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday at Eighteenth and Portlan- dPresidentJohn of Maloney Vice President Matt J OBrien Recording Secretary John P PriceFinancial SecretaryJohn J Hes sion Jr- TreasurerD j Dougherty Sergeant at Arms Martin J KallaherSentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial SecretaryThomas J LanganTreasurerPatrick Connelly SergeantatArmsThomas Far rollSentinelM J McDermott Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205- Ueeta Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth President George J Thornton First Vice PresidentJohn Ken neySecond Vice President Fred Schuler Recording Secretary John R BarryFinancial SecretaryWill Cassin Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch MarshalRaymond E Schott Inside SentinelWilliam Schott Outside Sentinel L E Gratzer Executive Committee F G Adams George Simonis Frank Gellw W A Link Chas Schuler RECENT DEATHS Mrs Elizabeth Reis widow ot the late Severin Rels died Saturday at her home 2710 West Jefferson street For many years she was a devout member of St Anthonys church from whore her funeral took place Tuesday morning Three sons survive her IThe funeral of Frances E who died Saturday afternoon was held Tuesday morning from St Charles church Rev Father Rnffo celebrating the requiem mass Miss Warken das the daughter of Michael and Mary Warken with whom she resided at 831 South Twentythird street FOR WOMANS EYE IIn the most expensive coats the flare jit the bottom is extremely wideOne of fashions fancies is the wearing of a bright velvet rose on the lapel of the velvet suit Scotch plaids in silk and wool will play an Important part among young girls dresses this spring The slender woman will be becomingly dressed in a suit with a dropped waist line with a straight sash of the material used In the suitMilitary blouses are being made of flesh colored crepe de chine with high military collars and white silk braid binding Hats range from the small Scotch hat sot at an absurd angle to the picture hat leather laden and with flopping brim In spite of the rivalry of the one piece frock and the topcoat the suit important The jumper front is fashionable becoming and economic1 as it can be made from two or 1iree remapts of material that oneymay find in the piece =trunkt x TheJblack gqtfn la doubly econom ical because jJVBn not only be worn I longer tharolker gowns but be cause blts bf chiffon velvet and net can be iHiljzed In It f BABY BIRTH RATE ytbout 36000000 babies are born each year or at tho rate at about s4venty a mUwteI IRELANDI Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges James Gallagher of Foxford has been appointed a Magistrate for- M yoIThe Most Rev Dr Brown has app pointed Very iRev Canon Doyle ot Ferns to be Archdeacon of Ferns halbeenUnion There were five other can didates James McKlbbin aged fortyfive of Annalong who went to shoot rab Its was afterward found dead with his gun beside him iP Horan Secretary Wexforfl Harbor Board was presented with a purse of sovereigns by the local National Club on the occasion of his marriage Tho Magistrates of Abbeyfeale Petty Sessions adjourned the court as a mark of condolence with W L Creaghe Harnett J iP on the death of his brother D C Harnett The Nationalist members of the Cork County Council adopted Dep uty Coroner J J Horgan as candi date for the vacancy In the County Coronershlp by the resignation of J iHorgan The body of Maurice ReidY of Clahtine was found In the river near the railway bridge at Tralee It Is thought that his hat had blown off recoveritJohn Rourke of Arva who rescued William Mulligan from drowning In Lake Gulnlgan last July has received certificates from the Royal Humane Society and the Carnegie hero fund trust Information has been received of the purchase by the Congested Dis tricts Board of the Ruttledge es tate The property extends over a large portion of Mayo and Includes 3000 acres in the Hollymount dis trictLouth County Council has approved of making an offer of 5000 for the purchase of Omeath Park A report recommending the purchase adoptedTheplans for the erection of new county offices In Dundalk at a cost not ex ceeding 30000 Exciting scenes were witnessed at Geashlll when over 1000 men as sembled to drive cattle off grazing ranches on Lord Dlgbys estate Tho men mustered In the village headed by two bands marched four deep to the lands of Ballydownan from- which they proceeded to clear off the cattle and sheep Justice Barton in the Chancery division made an order for the pay ment out of court to the Most Tier Dr Foley Kildare and Lelghlin and Rev H Cullen Somerton oY 136272 which has been lodged by the Carlow Urban Council In respect of the purchase of the lands of Gralgue for the purpose of the housing of the working classes In connection with the convention for the selection of a Nationalist candidate for the division the Tullamore Urban Council has passed a resolution stating that as the home rule bill Is now an act tho necessity for conventions does not exist declining to appoint delegates to the convention and asking the Irish party to adopt the system of voting that gives every voter access to the poll BURSTS IN CHURCH Associated Press dispatches bring intelligence from Rome that a small bomb exploded Tuesday In the courtyard of the basilica of San Clemente which Is the titular church of Cardinal OConnell of Boston Another bomb which had failed to explode was found Windows of the church were broken but no other damage was doneti CANADAS OHIIjF JUSlJlmII Sir Charles Fitzpatrick Chief Justice of the Canadian Supreme Court Avas sixtyone years old last Saturday Like our Chief Justice White he is a practical Catholic who reflects credit on the bar and profession Their ability and integrity have won for both the confidence of the people of both countries SLIGI1TLV MISTAKEN Our good friend Prof iRooney who furnishes most interesting Catholic chronology errs when ho states that the Syracuse Cathedral was erected and paid for by the late Bishop Ludden St Marys church which afterward became the Cathe dral of the Immaculate Conception was built by the Rev James A OHara and this whritf Syracuse was yet in the Albany diocese The writer was a contributor to the building fund and witnessed the cornerstone laying a number of years I before the Syracuse diocese was i created Bishop Ludden did phenomenal work and to him Is largely due credit for the consecration ot the Cathedral the finest church edifice in Central New York 1 AUTO WOULD I1ELIII Bishop Hennessey ot Wichita at the meeting of the Board of Governors of tho Catholic Church Ex tension Society in Chicago spoke of the capUchin fathres in his diocese These priests have several counties under their charge and owing to the Inadequate transportation facilities they have a hard time tending to tho spiritual wants of their flock An automobile would solve a great runny of their difficulties said the Bishop The fathers find It a great hardship to make the rounds- on the various missions with the ordinary mode of conveyance which happens to be a local freight that never runs on time The passenger trains run at night time which in the case of p night sick caUhelps- out occasslon lly but there are no day trains And the freight is often letained two or three hours An automobile io carry the fathers to theysay n FRANK FEHR po BREWING C I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Arc Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb Will 0- 9SALVATOH Dark LIFE SAVER Light Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 TIlE WIEDEMANNI nrcoaroa- ATEnBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent flWB ORUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky JOHN B FRANZ WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KIN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER SATISFIES THAT LONGING JOHN F OERTEL COINCORPORATED PHONE CITY 859 LOUISVILLE KY i BE SURE TO CALL FOR 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