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LOUISVILLT&, SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1915. COMJNtt EVENTS. PRICE PIVE CENTS. regarding the health of Cardinal Agllardi made it apparent that his recovery would bo speedy. The rupe men enumerated me euons iih had made to render the war less terrible and said that he would continue to devote all his energies to the suppression or limitation of ihe inhuman sacrifice of life Popo Benedict's address to the Cardinals dealt entirely with the horrors of the war and the efforts he had made for peace or to mitigate suffering. These efforts, he said, had weighed upon him more (than any other tasks In cumbent upon him by reason of his position. Publicly and privately, the Pontiff said, he had left no way untried to show that there was a need and desire for peace. He also had suggested a short Christmas truco. Unfortunately, he added, Christian Initiative had failed, but he was not discouraged. Ho intended, he said, to continue his very effort to hasten the end of tho unoqualed calamity or to alleviate its sad consequences. The Pontiff spoke hopefully ot his project for an exchanging ot wounded prisoners Incapable of fighting further. He tmcouraged pastors and individuals to redouble their prayers In public and in private for a cessation of the war and to the end that "when the fratricidal arms fall to the ground theSiands that held them may bo returned to tho labors of civilization and peace." Archbishop Corrlgan thus summarizes the career of the illustrious John Hughes; "He was eminently a loader of men. 'He towered conspicuously above his contemporaries, displaying wonderful energy and activity in deof John Hughes Was Rnised Up hy fending by voice and pon the inter- Stinging Rebuke to the Letter Bigot Referring to tho ests of Holy Church. Ho rendered God For a Great Immense and lasting service to reN Election. Work. ligion by making Catllollclty rewell spected in America. Besides his known labors and triumphs in the trustee question and the question of Quotes Born of Respected Parents in the tenure of church property, and Ohio's Attorney General Constitution ofStato and his great zeal In promoting Catholic the County Tyrone, Ireland, schools, he began the building of the Nation. inl7J7. purchased tho Cathedral, new provincial seminary at Troy, founded Fordham, orSt. John's College, ganized the diocesan institution of pical RepreRendered This Country Invalu- the Sisters of Charity, Introduced Benedict Arnold Tj sentative of Guardians of the 'Ladles of the Sacred Heart, tho able Service During Civil Sisters of Mercy, the Sisters of the Liberty. , AVar. Good Shepherd and the Christian Brothers; established the Catholic Protectory and many other Institu- ARCHBISHOP HOGAN'S January 5 Concert for benefit of St. Columba's church, In school hall, Thlrty-'flfth IMPORTANT j PLATFORM Contention Wanted hy Democrats From Every District in State. Republicans Lading Wires to Have Newspaper in Louisville For Campaign. v and Jefferson. 7 Euchre and lotto lor St. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, to The Church Extension Society be held in hospital building. Opening a Seminary For Tuesday, January 12 Euchre and lotto by Cathedral Mtar Society in Mexico. new Cathedral hall. Catholic Choral January 24 Union concert at Macauley's Thea ter for benefit of St. Lawrence Insti- American Catholics to Assist tute for Homeless Boys. Stricken Church In South-- , 8 .Ladles' Sewing January cm Republic. Society annual charity euchre and lotto at Phoenix Hill for St. Anthony's Hospital. 4 February Church benefit, euchre, lotto and 'supper, St. Augus- Exiled Priests Have Gone to tine's Hall, 1308 West Broadway. Spain, France and South January 6-- 27-2- HADE CATHOLICITY RESPECTED When Father John Hughes, Vicar General of (Philadelphia, was consecrated IBishop of Basileopolls and appointed coadjutor to the Right Rev, John Dubois, of the diocese of New York, January 7, 1838 he received only a lukewarm welcome from the clergy and was confronted with positive discontent on the part of the laity; when he died after a brilliant and successful episcopate over a quarter of a century, January 3, 1864, he was the beloved of his priests nnjl the Idol of his people. Taking charge pf the great diocese when a fearless executive and ag gressive defender of Catholicity was needed, he bent all the powers of his great mind to the problems that confronted him. One of the first iHe had was the trustee system. plucked up the root of that evil in Philadelphia and he knew that many of the New York laity were strongly attached to a system that had long prevailed among the Protestants and besides had the sanction of the law. He knew this to be the cause of the discontent of the laity and that it had been a source ot much trouble to Bishop Dubois. He found the temporalities of every parish controlled by trustees who even claimed the right to nominate pastors and to fix and pay their salto crush the aries. He resolved system and the trustees themselves furnished the opportunity. They ejected from St. Patrick's Sunday-schoa teacher sent by the Bishop and he appealed from the action of the trustees to the congregation and was sustained. This was the end of the trustee system as theretofore existing, and while lay trustees were necessary under 'the law, their subordination to theJBIshop became a fixed principle. Archbishop JIughe3 was born in Annaloghan, County Tyrone, Ireland, June 24, 1797. His father, John Hughes, was a tenant farmer, comfortably well off, and his mother was Margaret McKenna, of the of Truagh, and of a refinement of character Inherent in the daughters of that ancient name, as the writer should know, his own mother having been Mary MoKenna, of the same barony. Young Hughesy at school was taken from early and set to work as a gardener until he was twenty, when he Joined his father at Chambers-burPa., whither he had emigrated In 1817. The young gardener found employment near Baltimore and he soon applied for admission to Mount St. Mary's, Emmltsburg, as a student. Ho was told there was no vacancy. Then he asked (Father John Dubois, the President, for work on the grounds. Can any one who knew that noble, distinguished and fearless "Lion of the Tribe ot Juda," and first Archbishop of New York, imagine hlon as a bronzed, stalwart young man, hat In one hand and spade in the other, asking work as a gardener of the kindly old Father Dubois, whose coadjutor and successor In the see of New York Divine Providence designed him to be? A-- bargain was struck and the future Archbishop went to work superintending the garden of the Mount for his board, lodging and schooling. That was in 1820. and Esther Dubois was sixty-foNo John Hughes was twenty-threneed to follow him through his student days. Ho was ordained by Bishop Conwell In St. Joseph's church, Philadelphia, October 15, 1826, and ho learned his first lessons in the sacred ministry from the Rev. Dr. Michael Hurley, O. S. A., of St. Augustine's church. After a brief stay at Berford ho was re where he called to Philadelphia, served at St. Joseph's and built and was pastor of St. Mary's. He scon took his place as one of the most eminent preachers of the city, being Invited to preach the opening sermon of the diocesan synod of 1832, and was appointed promoter of that ol By James A. Rooney. LL. D. tributed largely to the preservation of the iTJnlon during the civil war by his good offices with the Emperor Louis Napoleon, whom ho efficaciously dissuaded from recogof the nizing the Confederacy Southern States." 3, He died, as stated, January 1864. and the funeral took place in St. .Patrick's Cathedral, Mulberry street, iBfshop John McCloskey, of Albany, his successor, preaching the panegyric. tions. As a. citizen he con- J9T .;- JbBBBBbI fSeST saBBBBBF- K4i&? "; ssssssssnKr4 SbbbbPibe!' "' m&SIbbbT fBaiy' ,BBBBlt . - " ft BBBBBBBBBBBBlS f bbbibbmPbbbbbHL '' ivb BBJBjpBJBJBeBMlasSBSlBSSMPi bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbmbbbbbbbbbbBbbb!'' President of Division HON. MARK RYAN, 1, A. O. H. REGRET HIS DEATH. David M. Welsh, Jr., a popular youngs man of this city, passed away Monday afternoon, deeply regretted by all who knew him. The deceased was born in this city thirty years ago, and resided with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Welsh, 519 West Auch-naclo- g, Wednesday Breckinridge street. night of last week he became 111, and developed when double penumonia. Christmas, night ho lapsed Into unconsciousness, from which he never rallied. For a number of years young Welsh was a leader In local amateur athletic circles and was associated with his father in the plumbing business. The news of his death was a shock to his wide circle of friends, who called in large numbers at the home to tender their condolence to tho bereaved family. Besides his parents two brothers, George G. and John J. Welsh, surThe funeral was held vive him. Wednesday morning from the Cathedral, which was thronged with mourning friends and relatives. BARBER BOONE, The social event of the season In Springfield was the wedding of Miss Marie IBarber and Dr. Hilary J. Boone, which was solemnized at St. Dominic's church at Abat place Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock In the presence of townspeople and visitors. The church was lavishly decorated with smllax, palms and ferns. Mrs. Effle Robertson presided at the organ, while Mrs. Wathen Slmms rendered selections on the ' violin. The vocalists were Miss Nellie Slmms, who sang "O, Promise Me,", and Charles McKInney, who sang "Call Me Thine Own." The wedding procession was led by Miss Louise Barber, sister of the bride and maid of honor, who was followed by the bride, accompanied by Lyman Barber, her brother, of Louisville, who gave her in marriage. Next camo the bridesmaids, two and two, who wore Misses Louise Hamilton and Louise Marie Haydcn, of Springfield; Maloney, of Louisville, and Emily Talbott, of iBardstown. They were followed by the groomsmen, C. D. Robertson and L. O. 'McCarty, ot Springfield; fDr. Dave Smith, of Hodgenvllle, and B. M. Bowling, ot New Haven, The groom and his best man, Dr. Joseph E. Johnson, of (Louisville, mot the procession at the front of the chancel, where, tho ceremony wsb performed by the Rev. pastor of St. P. (F, Hennessey, Dominic's, After a bridal trip to body. in Cuba Dr. Boone and 'Mrs, 'Boone will He was largely instrumental healing the Hogan schism and it was make their home In Springfield. then ithat he learned the lessons INTENTION FOR JANUARY. that taught him how to deal with trueteeism In New York in later The League of the Sacred Heart years His controversies with the Rav. Or. 'Delancey and Mr. Brecken-rldg- as an apostolic work is the general who violently attacked Cath-oll- intention for January, It is the 3rst religion, were intention blessed by His Holiness and their memorable incidents of his career, Pope Benedict XV. He desires eviand to supply the need of a Cathollo dently that it be In the ohurch not organ to gjve publicity to the de- merely a devotion which bears fruit bates he established the Catholic for the personal sanctity of those Herald and edited that paper for who practice it, but also such that many years. Father Hughes was from the lives of the members of the chosen as 'Coadjutor Bishop of Now league there will radiate an InfluYork by the council that met at ence for good into the souls of 'ptljT Baltimore April 16, 1837, and he ers. The League4 of the Sacred was consecrated In St, Patrick's Heart he evidently considers a deCathedral by 111 (shop Dubois January votion not only for those within the 7. 1831. Two weeks later Bishop quiet of the .cloister, or for those Dubois was stricken with paralysis enjoying the consolations of the conand never afterward 'took an active templative life, but for those out on part in the affairs of the diocese. the active field of the apostolic work. " ur e. e, es , great Commonwealth, the mother ot so many Presidents, formed its first constitution this clause was inserted: BE EQUAL ALL MEN SHOULD "And no preference shall ever be given, by law, to any religious society or mode of worship, and no religious tet shall bo required, At the request of several readers as a qualification, to any office of trust or profit" the Kentucky Irish American pubThat provision !ls still In our State lishes below tho answer In part of disregard of which is Attorney General Tim Hogan, of constitution, you in the name of Ohio, to a letter written him by taught by It does seom to me Rev. E. H. Caylor, an A. P. A. leader "patriotism." honesty would suggest of that State, and who worked hard that common principles are to obtain to arouse prejudice against Hogan's that if your and the candidacy for the United States Sen- that the nation provisions State "take from tho ate In the last election. Although out these wise from Caylor has "Rev." affixed to his fundamental law, and inscribemotto: name It 'has been proven that he is the bending blue skies the or you In the same boat with tho Rev. "You must be a Protestant rights Walker, editor of the Menace, being have no governmental nation in then our a minister in name only, neither this country;" of being respectedand ns State, having a church, Walker exploiting they instead are by the civilized world, Caylor promoting the Menace and be placed exactly where you the Guardians of Liberty. Caylor wouldyour associates would have and wrote to Mr. Hogan after the elec say that my defeat was tion, boasting that he and his them. to You Rome's political practices due A. V. A. associates had defeated him politics. oecause of his religion, and received and purposes in American intimate I suppose that you mean to following stinging reply: the that' I was running at the suggestion D. D 'Rev. Edward H. Caylor, church. If you do, I mean Columbus, of tho you Station A, iBox 13, that you are making a let- fo tell Ohio Dear Sir: I received your am in a posifalse statement ter of November 24, 1914. Just tion to know it. and I far as religion So why you should assume the liberty goes J have as much right to run of writing me I do not know. In the for office as any other American of the society to "Annunciations" having it charged which you seem to belong I observe citizen without that some Institution is behind one. the seventh, as follows: honesty suggests a square "We are opposed to union of Common common honesty suggests deal and Church and State, and to all sup- that you nor any other man has the port of ecclesiastical Institutions tlie false statement to by State benefit of any kind two right my make candidacy for the United separate sources and resources." that Senate was referable to any My conception of the proper un- States derstanding or the separation of church. call to ..arms should come If the Church and State means that the people that you revile will be church shall stay out of State af- the among- the first, as they always have fairs and not seek to run them. It been, to sustain the American flag mnans an honest separation, one will- - and cherish thejlberty it stands for. wherein Driest andpreacher and your cowardlyTlreasonable same footing not one You unpatriotic associates will stand stay on the may meddle and wherein the preacher back, as you always have, letting In public affairs, use his pulpit for your Rome emissaries come to and against candidates, and seek to the front and bare their breasts for have the State run exclusively to the bullets of the enemy, and the the people of certain religious, per- hospitals of Catholic institutions suasions. open their doors to suffering (Freedom of worship in this coun- will wnat cnurcu try, ns well as freedom to educate humanity, not asking the gentle Sisto; you will, is well they belong you and to your children where revile, will love ters, whom understood as to Its meaning. Those extend their angeic hands to those of our who wrote the constitution help. country and of our State knew its longing forGod that I was not born I thank meaning. They understood that the anallce In my heart or hatred In conscience of a Catholic was not to withbreast. I have the same feeling of a Protestant my be in the keeping for my Protestant neighnor was the conscience of a Prot-- . of affection my Catholic neighbor. I bor as for estant to be in the keeping of a cherish as amongst my very best Catholic. They understood, top, the friends Methodists, Presbyterians, boundary lines between the things Baptists, Jews and United Brethron, that were of Church and the things all alike, and if you desire the that were of State. privilege of spreading poison on this 'Before the bloodstains were re- fair American boII, the responsigave moved from the iwords that bility, Doctor, Is with you, not me. us liberty, swords, Doctor, that were Respectfully yours, carried by Catholics, In a large Timothy S. Hogan. part (but history falls to record that there were any Guardians of Liberty bearing' the weapons that struck for the rights of the oppressed), there was emfc&mlM bodied in our national constitution a fundamental pact which requires obedience In order to lay claim tin patriotism, this wise provision In reference to the qualifications of Senators and 'Representatives: "But no religious test shall ever be required as a qualification 'x. Mra BPF3sssssssssHH8l jHHi i Kn for any office of public trust under the United States." v ' dsSBsLSSsW 'Now you put your wisdom and your Guardian of liberty patriotism above tho wisdom and patriotism of HsHbm.' iMBima ' Mt SbbbHHbbHK 7 sHHsUmaft. those who subscribed to that Immortal document, although tho first man to sign it was Ceorge Washington. If you hove tho opportunity BBBBBBSsf ' H iHHr ' HssSBs! and will take the time you will further observe amongst the signers to that document that Gladstone pro' " nounced to be "the greatest instrussssssssssssssk ''tfJsssssssH ment eyer conceived by the mind of adman" was Alexander Hamilton, mitted by all to be one of tho greatest statesmen who name added lustre JOSEPH LYNCH, to the pages of American history; there, too, is the name of Jamei President of Division 2, A. O. H Madison, one of the greatest constiYEARS. PRIEST FIFTY-TWtutional lawyers this country has ever produced; there, also, is the Archbishop John Ireland last the flame of Benjamin Franklin, and philosopher too bad, however that week observed the the philosophy of Franklin must now niversary of his ordination to the of be superseded by the fanataclsm and priesthood and the ithirty-nint- h chicanery of you and your Guardians his consecration as a Bishop. No of Liberty, socalled; there also Is formal ceremony was held, but the tho name from Maryland, where re- day was observed quietly. Archligious' liberty had Its first begin- bishop Ireland Is now the second ning amongst the Catholics of Cal- oldest prelate in the United States vert, of Charles Carroll. It might in point of consecration. The other be well to remind you that from Is Cardinal Gibbons, who jma conseCarroll to Sheridan and .from Sheri- crated August 16, 1868. dan to poor (Dan Haggerty, whose ALICE NEILSEN jJTNGS. brood stained the American flag at i Vera Cruz, the Irish Catholics have Alice Npllsen, theworld's famous been holding aloft the standard of liberty; .while your crowd of bigots grand topera star, assisted the chilcan claim 'Benedict Arnold typically dren's choir in the Kansas City representative of those who put self Cathedral at the early mass on and. greed and wrong above country, ChriBtmas mqrnlng. Before entering the operatlorfleld Miss Nellsen Bang loyalty, generosity and right.. Your Guardians, in the name of In the choir of St. Patrick's church, patriotism, In the last campaign, Kansas City, when Bishop Liliis was violated the letter and the spirit of paetrof that parish. The Bishop that Federal compact whose protec- and Miss Nellsen were always warm tion I was entitled to. In the af- rrihds and when in. Kansas City on fairs of life the man who violates aer conoert tours she. always made his contract and repudiates a debt is ita point to paj' her respects to her considered dishonest, when this former pastor. ed ed tBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSIlBBSBsP' America. BISHOPS FEEL DEEPLY GRATEFUL Candidates in Primary Must Win on Merits and Not Because of Baching. TOM IrTDONOUGH'S NEW CLUB i A most important bit of news was given out by the President of the Catholic Church Extonslon Society on his return from his second trip South in the Interests of the MexiHo ancan Republic last week. nounced that arrangements had been completed to. open a theological seminary In San Antonio for Mexico. The Garden Academy has been rented and is now being prepared for the reception of students. The purchase of the necessary furniture is being made by a committee representing the society, consisting of Fathers Hume and Jam lalr . &r ? f t?V" rector ot the seminary has been appointed by the The selected Herrara, Bishop of Mexico, who is in San at present. They havo Antonio WBPW SBBBBsHaHKdV - V' -- sbbbbbbbbbbbbbbKI1!&! Hk Hsf'sJsssnya smP"B1 HstssHstLlliBHi O John Wk Rev. if4f "? iBishop of Tulancingo. $ "Tkf' "vVbbbbbbbV Bishop Herrara will serve as rector until he returns to his diocese when peace is restored in Mexico. The Mexican Bishops pledged themselves ' to maintain five professors in the seminary. Negotiations have al- iBBBSSBBBBBBBBB ready been opened by the Bishop with the Eudlst fathers from France, but in the meantime another staff has been selected for the time being. The names of the professors have not yet been given out. They are being selected by the Archbishop of Linares and other Bishops of Mexfold. SERGT. JOHN M ALONE 1, ico. The Church Extension Society President of Division 3, A. O. H, Next year this will bo different. has pledged Itself to support the The present Republican leaders have seminary for a period of twelve cleaned house and are holding out HIBERNIAN GUESTS. months, paying all charges. The the olive branch to those Prodisturbing kind, gressives not students will all be In major orders. Division 4, A. O. H., at its regular starting anew of the a clean Ttlfttf nil onnttnvnd tilt V CJlj: mtnn with 4 1IUJ slate and IC nsii RLUlliCU Monday no factions. Then again In tho Re meeting Hall Mexico. jjf eVenlng in Bertrand guestson Very Rev. publican had for Its The great need of this seminary. list of reorganlzers and will be understood when it is known, Father T. . leadera there is none ,otjthe-rPercthat many of the exiled priests have Bertrand's church, and Rev. Haiy type or politicians aspiring tc already gone to Spain and France E. A. Baxter, one of the assistants dictate in the selection of nomine and South America. Many parishes of that church, both being called or the platform of the party. Taati are entirely without clergy. It Is upon by President John Hennessy the Democrats have grown tired oj necessary to take the students who for short talks after the evening's the Haly domination in party affair- are near ordination at once and business had been transacted. Father Is shown by tho result in the Ja give them an opportunity of com- Crowley stated that he was always primary, 'Beckham receiving j pleting their studies in order to fill ready to In any under- nomination in a closa contest ai the parishes when peace comes. taking of the A. 0. H., and that he was elected In November because lit is interesting to know that tho and all of the fathers stationed at the desire on the part of onai.7" Mexican Bishops are seriously con- the convent had a warm spot in their Democrats to cast a vote in favor of sidering the idea of making the heart for HIbernlanism, they realiz- the Wilson The administration. seminary permanent, especially for ing tho splendid 'help given by the last primary results show conthe sake of the Northern diocese in Irish residents In the early struggles clusively that tho Haly strength is that republic, but even the Bishop of of the Dominican church. Father waning and the class of men whom the largor diocese desires to keep Crowley further stated that In his he has selected as his favorites in several students permanently in this short time here he had found that the oast few years, not having any seminary in order that they may tho members of the A. O. H. were following, can not assist him to pre-- 'i learn English and also learn the always prominent and helpful in serve that strength. The candidate methods of the church in America. church work. Father Baxter when for any State office who brags or As the support of this seminary called upon surprised those present boasts that he will have the support will devolve entirely upon the by proving that he waa entitled to of Gen. Percy in the primary is ln-- J Church Extension Society for a year membership in A. O. II., viting hearty opposition and surel at least, the society would gladly full "of his parents the being born in defeat. both receive contributions which may be Ireland. He also suggested to the It is rumored that the Republll directed with the object of helping division that they invite Father cans have discussed the advisabiliti maintain it. The offices of the so- Crowley to deliver a lecture on Ire- of starting a daily newspaper ciety are located in the McCormlck land at some future dato, confiding Louisville to advance their InterestJ building, Chicago. Father Corwley's autoraobllG as they hold the opinion that thj Mexico feel that through Ireland several years local managers of the Herald hai The Bishops of trip deeply grateful to the Catholics of ago had fitted him for such a sub- not the power to change the policj the United States for the interest During the evening pipes and of that organ, believing that It that they are taking for the cause ject. by the Enter- committed to the Bupport of thl of the persecuted church in Mexico. tobacco were served the tobacco be- Progressive party by the tainment Committee, They feel that nothing which has ing a donation of Thomas Dolan, of owners. been done up to the, present will bo Another rumor is to tho effeot being the Dolan & more productive of good results than a special Company,leaf. tobacco that a Republican weekly will be natural the opening of this seminary. One established and that the present of tho Archbishops said concerning editor of a paper published in, CENTRAL COMMITTEE. it, that "If the church in Mexico is will be employed as edi saved, it will largely be due to the meeting of "or Then again the Herald owne The regular monthly generosity of American Catholics awakened to the needs by the work the Central Committee, CatholIc( the fortuneg oMho Bull , Mooseri Knights of America, will take place now that 'Teddy Roosevelt has take of Church Extension Society." next Friday night at St. John's Hall, up prohibition as an Issue, and O'LAUGIUilX DECORATED. Clay and Walnut, when, the follow- that event the Shaffer chain ing officers will be Installed for the papers, of which the Herald Is oul John Callan O'Laughlin, an Amer- coming year: are sure to be found in the C O. Fl ican newspaperman who accompanied ranks. fJ President Ben A. Kruse. the Christmas ship Jason with gifts In the coining week the .loc Vice President Oscar Maier. for children of the warring nations Circuit Judges are expected to Secretary Henry G. Schulten. in Europe, has been decorated with nounce their candidacy and also tf Treasurer Charles Falk. legislative candidates, but fros tho Grand Cross of the Order of Marshal Col. J. P. McGinn. Francis Joseph, by the Austrian EmJen. M. Relchert, P. J. present indications there will Trustees peror. lively opposition in several cases. II Dowllng. C. J. Kapp. With the beginning of the new, Is believed that every present,Judg the 'Right IHbbbbbbbbbbT old-tim- f Ci it 'bbbbbI fymMm!!s(R session of the At the Kentucky Press Association held here this last week politics were discussed by a great many for the newspaper men present, and it was pretty near the general opinion that a platform convention was essential to Democratic success in the State election next November, many being outspoken In their hearty opposition to the proposed slate with a e platform dictated by the mien who claim to control the Democratic organization. Attention was called to the class of men now handling the affairs of the Republican party In Kentucky, which makes that party a foe to be reckoned with, and especially when It is taken into consideration that with tho .Bull Moose party practically dead the Republicans will e again command their Btrength. Kentuck'y was one of the rare exceptions In the last election when It returned a large Democratic majority, other States showing a decided falling off, due to hard times and other causes, but the other States were not benefited to any extent by a strong opposition from the Bull Moosers, who although not casting a largo vote here, nevertheless stayed outside the G, O. P. mid-winter ready-mad- 111 W out-of-to- Ger-manto- , ilfty-secon- . visit thp homes of deceased Catholic with the exception of Judge Gregor The new combination church, Knights and recite prayers for the and Loralne Mix Is the only oi mentioned for that seat. In school and rectory for St. John's dead. .- !event of Mr. Mix being naming parish, Covington, was dedicated with solemnity last Sunday morning, NATIONAL PRESIDENT COMING. Ben Washer, Hunter Burke and Savage would bo applicants for the sixtieth anniversary of the old County President W. J. Connelly, post as Assistant CommanwH church. The Right Rev. iBishop Maes officiated at the ceremony, of the. local Ancient Order ot Hiber- Attorney. McDonough, Tom which was preceded by a procession nians, has received word that Na- the gel of the parish societies from the Hnnnl Proulilont Tnnnnh .MT.,ailllhlIn. Clerk ot the Board of Aldermej present church to the new building of Philadelphia, will visit (Louisville ..busy organizing a select Dem on Pike street, just east of Hermes. An nhnvctilav Toiiitamr 91 fProalilATlf. club with social features atte At the dedication the Bishop was Connelly has called a special meet- and to date has secured a nicl assisted by Rev. James L. Gorey ing of the present County Board .for of applicants, many of whom and a number of the diocesan next Tuesday evening at Bertrand leaders In the Dartv. Mr. Md clergy. The solemn mass was sung Hall to arrange for the national ough predicts that this club wl is a strong asset in future electiol by Father J. M. Lelan, and Rev. officer's visit. Every divlston Generose Stronk, O. F. M., a son of urged tcf have their delegates presSTITUTON WEDDIJTGJ ent at this meeting. the parish, preached the sermon. POPE HAS HOPE. Pope Benedict on Christmas eve received the members of the Sacred College in solemn audience for the exchange of Chrtetmas greetings, the ceremony taking on the pomp of the times of Pope Leo. Addressing Lthe of-so- COVINGTON. .mn. J 13... Mia L..D Tantnl ..A.. v",w PnmmfftAa Will- , will -. ..... Yin n .rw nnnrMAatn b..UMVW fni- v v ..... CODY IN LUCK. Cardinals the Pontiff expressed his regret at the absence of the. prelates owing to' Illness, referring especially to Cardinals AfHardt and VUrtinelll. He added that the latest Information was received on Monday in New Albany that the recommendation by Congressman Cox of John A. Cody for Postmaster of that city had been approved by the Postmaster General and that the Senate would confirm his nomination. Mr. Cody is one ot New Albany's most popular eitlsens, attested by the fact that ihere was no opposition to his appointment. The wedding of Miss Bel Huff, of Stithton, and Emeq Beard, of New Albany, wa cmnfzed at Stithton Tuesda) ng. The Rev. Father R. rector of St. Patrick's church town', performed the ceremony! rectory. Miss Huff is a dai of W, H. Huff, a StithtoH raef and Mr. Beard Is a traveling man for the Burley Tobacco pany. of Louisville. The coat reside in New Albany. 3 1, U jj. KBaraMJOBT? XjRIS KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. EVERY SATURDAY. ereeee ie ft SmM m4 AJraeeeaeaeat et ktah Asserkeee m4 CeeMee '-' fcy Aaelest Order el HleeraUas, VeeMg Hh'i OMetaa? laaessei IaetKute as CataoMc Kaifataol Asseriea. PUBLISHED M era! AMERICAN. yyeeyyefupeeeeeoOfOOeoeeaO' i; as SOCIETY. the East. I center of unity. When this prayer is answered the conversion of the whole world to Christ will quickly follow. RECENT DEATHS. at Rome, which is the divinely 3E2E X X X X. j esFeeoeeoeeeeeeeeee rTITTTl Tuosdny morning the funeral of Cornelius Hasselback was held from leenTrt, PeStsrs j Miss Mary Turner had as her holi the Church of Our Lady, of which he was the Rev. Father SINOLE COPY day guest Miss xrfMua aweeney, 01 Connlff oldest member, the requiem celobratlng Eminence. mass. The deceased resided at 2631 LMrirrttto hmMM m natter. ator M II AMERICAN, Chestnut Cornwall street, and Is survived by KWfTUCKY West 8mi St. M. J. Brennan, of West aeeraes an Cssj swinHM te tat street, Is out again after a severe two sons and two daughters. , ,. auuasfc-Jff- p saussskSSS: attack of grip. The Angel of Death called Into ' BESBEr JbeVSBF . Mlsa Mary Joe Hrgnn has been heavenly "rest Christmas Iday fMlss BeaVttaiB" visiting her mother, Mrs. Kate Har- - Annie 'May Kelly, beloved daughter of Daniel and Louise Kelly, 1815 gan, at Hodgenville. Bank street. Miss Kelly was a most SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1915 Mr. and Mrs. Dan Salle were estimable young lady and was LOUISVILLE, KY her Christmas guests of Mrs. John Wa- popular Intook s cial circle. Her placo funeral from St. Illegal act and bo liable to arrest ters and family In Frankfort. WItONO TEST. Anthony's church Monday- morning. and imprisonment. Colorado has been enMrs. Emma Newman Promoters of the immigration bill also adopted prohibition, but Its tertaining as her 'holidayhas The last solemn rites over the guest Miss present session amendment contains the proviso Agnes Newman, of Fairfield. remains of Mrs. Magdalena Hoertz 'want action at the Schuble, beloved - wife of Henry Opposition that permission may be granted for of Congress if possible. Shelby Santa Claus played the role of Schuble, 1133 South morning street, to this bill Is based chiefly on the tho sale or gifts of wine for sacrawere held Saturday at St. 11 Illogical provision mental and medicinal purposes. And Stork by leaving a baby boy at the Vincent de Paul's church, of which obnoxious and home of Patrolman Tim Swift. she was long an active member. Sur- Y" Imposes a literacy test on all this proviso requires a special act which viving her are two daughters, four aliens coming to the United States. of the Legislature to give it force. Miss Abbio D. Chester, the well Make up your mind before you take your eyes off of this advertiseis based, Bishop Granjon will base his suit known local entertainer, is Just re- sons, two brothers, two sisters and The theory on which this five grandchildren. ment that you will be one of the thousands who are right now sav- obviously fallacious as it is, is that on the contention that Arizona's new covering from an attack of tonsllitls. mg something for next Christmas. St. Ann's parish mourns the death because a person is unable to read law Interferes with the right of Miss Anna J. Whalen has been and write he is not capable of be- religious worship guaranteed by the spending the holidays with Mr. and of Mrs. Josephine Smith, twenty-eigHundreds are joining. Why not you? Remember, your first payyears old, who passed Into coming a desirable citizen. Other constitution of the United States. It Mrs.. Thomas M. 13arry, of eternal rest Monday morning. With ment makes you a member. All are welcome to join. merits of qualifications might render is to be hoped that the case will her husband, Shirley Smith, and two Come in Saturday and open an account. Learn the habit of saving. addition to our decide once for all, and in a most sho resided at 1423 South him a valuable Miss Mary Bello Boone has re- children cosmopolitan population, but such conclusive manner, this question turned from a holiday visit to her Seventh street, and was held in high It's one worth while. esteem In tho neighborhood. The things are overlooked. that has arisen so often wherever aunt, Mrs. Fannie Rapier, at New funeral was held Wednesday mornNo account Is taken of his moral the Prohibitionists have had their Haven. ing, Rev. Father Hill celebrating the virtues, of his capacity for earning way. Whatever one s opinion may Joseph P. HInes, Congressman requiem high mass. a livelihood, of his Industrious bent, be on regulating or suppressing the Sherley's Secretary, has been homo Sunday Miss or whatever other attributes he may, sale of liquors, he can not but fail on a visit to Ills parents during the ZIrnheld, afternooneighteen-year-ol-Mary M. ou Pav '0 cents eack week A d tho JX ou Pav 50 cents each week holidays. lace possess to make him a worthy and to see the absurdity In extending daughter of John and Margaret XfiAbb for 50 weeks. Total djC AA MCld& j for 50 weeks. Total society. If because prohibition to such a ridiculous useful member of dJOj AA ZIrnheld, 120C Lydla street, was 'Miss Inez Schmltt, of East Breckof circumstances for which he was length. There is, says the Irish inridge street, who is a student at called into eternal rest, leaving sevnot accountable he has been unable Standard, more than a suspicion Nazareth, has been home for tho eral sisters and brothers and a wide circle of friends who deeply mourn You pay 25 cents each week to avail himself of the advantages that malicious bigotry lurks In the holidays. You her untimely death. Her funeral D for 50 pay $1.00 each week of even a meagre education, he Is to hearts of those who would provent weeks. Total Miss Marie Mahoney, First street, was held Wednesday morning from be placed under the ban. by law the Catholic church from per- left Saturday for Springfield, where St. Elizabeth's church, of which she On the other hand, aliens who forming the supreme act of worship, she was bridesmaid at the Barber-Boon- e was n devout member. wedding on Tuesday. may bo criminally Inclined, anarch which Is the chief reason for her Death made desolate the homo of S0 governlata who are a menace to all E existence. Miss Daisy Belle ICehoe, who Is Alfred Nally, 1510 South Ninth scamps and disturbers of all street, when his beloved wife, Mary ments, attending college at Hanover, Ind., released from her Y HELP US BOTH. Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Nally, was kinds who can meet this test, are to earthly suffering from tuberculosis. Y' T permitted M. J. Kehoe, in Jeffersonville. find an open door and bo Besides her husband she leaves These Accounts Draw Interest at the Rate of 3 Per Cent. Entering upon the new year, It Is Y enter, unless perchance the to George R. Pope, of Denver, ar- four young children to miss her appropriate to call attention to the Government officials should disrived last week to spend the holidays motherly care. Her funeral was 4o No morning from St. ? held Saturday cover something that would warrant advertisements In this paper. The with his sister, Mrs. John J. Ann's church, Rev. Father Hill con at her home on First street. holding them up. This would be names of our advertisers should be ducting the solemn obsequies. the casa In but a small percentage familiar to every reader. They repJames (Boyle, of Griffiths avenue, Following a three weeks' illness of Instances, says the Catholic resent firms that are reports a new stocking for Santa The injustice and ab- and benefactors. It is their con- Claus to fill next year, a little girl of bronchial trouble, George A. Advance. Scharfenberger, surdity of the proposed bill are tinued patronage that enables us to arriving at his homo this past week. Sunday morning aged seventy, died 4 at the homo of his purpose Is to re- -. carry on the mission of tho Catholic apparent. 'If the John M. Hennessy, of East Breck- daughter, Mrs. Mace Goss, Shelby press. The point is this the adverstrict Immigration some otner ana inridge street, entertained the fellow and Broadway. Born In Germnny, Smbry L. Swearing en, President. more sensible plan should be de- tisers are our friends. They deserve members of his Choral Club with a the grenter part of his life had been E. W. Delph, Caibler. John M. Monahan, spent here, where he was well known loyal patronage. They help to pay stag party and Dutch lunch WednesC. It. A. Johnson, vised to accomplish that end. Ai ilataat to President. An Iitant Caahier. and held in high esteem. Besides the bills each month. They show day evening. Mrs. Goss several other children YOUNfl MEN'S CLUBS. their friendship, by using space, Thomas O'Mara and wife nnd John survive him. The funeral was held whether one or fifty squares each Tuesday morning from this fall week. We ask our subscribers to Rubsell came down from Clhcago to church and was largely St. Martin's Brooklyn priests have attended. spend Chrltsinns with Mr. nnd Mrs. $ been quite successful in getting noto the names of advertisers and James Russell at their home in ! rTTTVTTt t MtTtTf TTtTTf f enyoung men out of unwholesome EUCHRE AND LOTTO. to mention this paper when writing New Albany. their work is a to them or when making u. purchase. vironments, and Friends of Sts.. Mary and Eliza Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Higglns op most powerful argument for the es- - We ask that ithey be given preferbeth Hospital have young mena ence in trading. A response to this and little son, of Mobile, Ala., were preparation for .the made elaborate bllshment of Catholic euchre and lotto Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs. clubs. Many of our Catholic young request will be helpful to the Ken- Thomas 'D. Cllnes at their home In party to be given at that worthy Institution next Wednesday and men, after leaving the ennobling in- tucky Irish American and will be ap- Audubon Park. Thursday afternoons and evenings. jate News That Will Interest fluence of the parochial school, preciated by Its advertisers. Members Here and Mrs. M. L. Sullivan, who recently A feature will be the elegant lunchradually drift away from their re- came to this city as a bride, was eon that wlI be served between the games. iglon, from every uplifting ifactor, Among the awards will be TARDY PHOTEST. called to Blnghamton an Tuesday to gold pieces, loads of coal and many nd eventually are lost to tho attend the funeral of her brother, These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Louisville, d England's act in William Gehrig. valuable articles. A pleasant time church. Why? The answer Is found Slxty-flv- o la promised and all friends of the candidates received the Catering especially to Ladies and Children. raiding our commerce should have only too clearly In the condition of three degrees last Sunday at BedUnder the same management. Presenting only the standAlton Burckle, who was here to hospital are invited. young men must face In our met With a protest from this country spend the Christmas holidays with life ford, Wis. ard productions, historic, dramatic and comic. at the first offense. Even the many his parents, has returned to Chicago, DIAMOND JUBILEE. large cities. Taken away so abruptly The Knights have made a start newspapers here are accompanied t)y Joe Putts, who was toward building a news home at Au(rom the protecting folds of Cathollo St. Stephen's church In Owens- - burn, N. Y. teaching and advice, and limiting hard put for an explanation or de- also visiting here. boro, the landmark of Catholicity In Within a short tlmo work will fense of John Bull. their religious activities to one mass Mr. and Mrs. Al Kolb and daugh- Daviess county, and one of the begin on the ? 60,000 club house to pioneer Catholic churches In Ken be erected at Nashville. a week on Sunday, the Catholic boy ters, Misses Lorlne and Rose Kolb, Week Commencing Sunday Matinee, Janaary 3. Matiaeeu Taes. The Kentucky Irish American of 1214 Cherokee road, will leave tucky, celebrated its diamond frequently succumbs to the gradual Tho Knights of David City, Neb., nay, lliarsday and Saturday. notes with much satisfaction the Tuesday for an extended visit to the Jubilee Monday In commemoration will have an Initiation January 24, and seductive call of the pool room, recovery of "William of the foundation of the church Edw. W. Rowland and Edwin Clifford (Inc.) Offers H. Hughes,-edlto- r Florida winter resorts. seventy-fiv- e dangerous company, risque plays and years ago. Tho Jubilee making four within a year. Gatholic of the Michigan A PRODUCTION OF HUMAN INTEREST The Cincinnati Chapter has been was, Preacnea dv tne rector, sensuous brand of literature that has Miss Florence Kelly, organized, representing the seven after a serious operation at the been spending the holidaywhoseason f,ernlon A. T. McConnoil. FAREWELL TOUR Father "je'Rov. with which the papers and magazines Providence Hospital, Detroit. Editor with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stanton M4cConD?n "n han '" baree of St. councils of Hamilton county. of today areifilled. Now what Is the Little Rock Knights contributed Hughes Is one of the most valued In Jeffersonville, will return next Stephen s congregation for over GO Great New York, Chicago remedy? Too many cities and townB as a Christmas gift to tho chil''"TMf ?ears and ,8 much revere $ week to her home In Cleveland. and Boston Success. and popular members of the Catholic r. dren of St. Joseph's Orphanage. and beloved by people of all offer no lnduceemnts to the young Pres3 Association. A class will be initiated at and LMrs. John Dugan, Misses nominations In that section of the man. That should be remedied, for Hastings, Neb., on January 10. and Nora Neville and Bessie Francis, all there Is little strength In the argu- Those clubs in the Highlands who of Woodrlver, Neb., have been visit another at Omaha on January 24. J meut offered to a young man to keep would TIOWT4NG GREEN. reduce the speed of railway ing here during the holidays as the Activity prevails among Central FOUNDED UPON AN EMBLEM OF PURITY off the street corners and away from trains to eight miles an hour would guests of Mrs. Katherine Strobel, New York councils, where numerous BY EDWARD E. ROSE. Miss Mary Irene Fenwlck and Jo- exemplifications were held last week. tho pool parlors unless some sub do well to give their attention also Miss Mao Adams Lincoln, who has seph Archibald Black, well known Play, Cast, Fourth degree Knights, In their stitute is offered. Tho one available to the automobile speeder. Running been spending holidays with her and popular residents of Bowling official dress, attended tho New substitute offered in many places is anywhere fromflfteen to fifty miles parents, Judge tho Green, were married Saturday mornProduction. Sermon Walter P. Lincoln eve services in the Denver the Y. M. C. A. and a young man an hour, more deaths can bo charged and Mrs. Lincoln, will return to re- ing by tho Rev. Father T. J. Hays, Year's Written and staged bv the anthorof mors nrrMtM Hun nnv nih.r rector of St. Joseph's church, at tho Cathedral. playwright in the world. can scarcely be blamed .for affiliating to the automobile than to the sume her studies in Boston January rectory. Twenty-firInfantry RegiThe The bride Is a daughter of 4. himself with that organization when Mrs. Julia Fenwlck and a sister of ment stationed at Vancouver at an open meeting of he finds himself convinced that he Mr. John B, Keyer announces the Joseph H. Fenwlck, of Louisville. should keep off the streets and out Judge Greene's proposal to work engagement of his daughter. Miss They left for Louisville on a bridal the Knights there. .More ithan fifty candidates were of pool rooms, but with no place else jail prisoners on the county roads Adeline Mae Keyer, to Mr. Bernard trip. taken into tho order yesterday at to go. Hence It is readily seen that Is an excellent one and should go J. Campbell, Jr. Their marriage Topeka. This addition brings the FIRST WOMAN GUEST. will Catholic young men's clubs would Into effect at the earliest oppor- April.take place during the month of membership of Topeka Council up COLUMBIA BUILDING, FOURTH AND MAIN STS. Mrs. Carter H. Harrison was the to 300. a potent factor for practical con- - tunity. There Is no reason why guest of honor at a luncheon given Half a million pamphlets, giving ructlve work along the lines of hundreds of worthless characters Misses Dorothy and Beth Thorn-berr- y by CAPITAL - $2,000,000.00 the Irish Fellowship Club in the the complete history of the three havo returned to their home ffering a substitute for the pool should bo maintained in idleness In room of tho LaSalle Hotel, Chi cases In which persons attributing red In Montgomery, Ala., after a delight cago, Iibb several the Jail at tho expense of the m, etc. Louisville SURPLUS Saturday noon. This was tho false oaths to tho order were con $620,00000 ful holiday visit at the home of Mr. y active Catholic clubs of this first timo In Its history that tho victed of libel, aro being distributed taxpayers. and Mrs. Ourckle, 2341 West Madi club has Receives money subject to checks; pays interest on Time deposits, and per- notably Mack In and Trinity entertained a woman, It among son street. , has been host to three Presidents, forms duties IN ALL FIDUCIARY CAPACITIES. J noils and the Columbia Athletic What says Col. Watterson of FIXE OATHOHO PLAY. Miss Birdie May Wolfenberger, of to Governors, Senators, Bishops and b; and these havo accomplished England's treatment of our comhas been spending other notables, but a woman guest e really fruitful work. Too merce? His views are anxiously West Broadway, Bowling Green, the Is a distinct novelty. "The Hosary" will again be seen the holidays In eh credit can not be given them, awaited. at the Oayety beginning a week's en guest of her sister, Miss Norav WolFOR1Y HOURS. gagement Sunday afternoon. It is d parents should see that their fenberger, and her aunts, Misses WHEN IN NEED OF announced that this will be the Nellie and Gertie Bardmaher. HENNESSY WANTS RAIN. become members, as upon them Tho I'orty Hours' prayer will be- farewell tour of this popular play. oh will depend in the future. ! At the last meeting of Branch 4, Announcement la made of the en- gin tomorrow In St. Peters' church, The play is so well known that It Is Father Ed- quite unnecessary to go into detail C. K. aud L. of A., a surprise was gagement of Anthony J, DIetz and on Garland avenue. . ...i. ' PROHIBITION ABSURDITIES. sprung on John H, Hennessy, the Mise Catherine E. Goetz, who are mund Kaiser will direct the serv- about it. Through it moves the retiring President, who was given a both popular and have a wide circle ices, and will be assisted by the kindly figure of Father Kelly, the rohibltionlsts are not going to handsome umbrella in recognition of of friends and acquaintances. Their Franciscan priests of the city. The beloved Irish priest. "The. Rosary" ;; NORTON BUILDING ,, much respect from his services to the branch. The fol- marriage will be solemnized with a solemn plosing will take place Tues- has been popular since its first first production and has everywhere N. W. Carrier Feurth and Jefferson ; : by compelling 'Catholic lowing officers wer elected for the nuptial mass at Holy Trinity church day evening. CALL OR VISIT received the approval of the clergy, t go to court to establish new year: M. J, McDermott, Pres- on the morning of January 27. si to press and public. Seats are now on ROSENBERG'S DENTALv H. Henneesy, Vice Presiident lity of the chum. WfcM Rev. dent; John Delia Hughes, Recording sale, and any who have not seen this : Mies De CHURCH UNITY OCTAVE. jvQranjon, Blah op erf Tuscon, Secretary; Mies Mabel Score, FinanRosenberg delightful play should visit the Alvln CounclJAian M.'Ji The Church Unity Octave was first states tlr.the does not want to be Gayety next week. 'Matinees will bo hu been obliged to engage cial Secretary; Score, Walsh, Treasi: Trustee. ' observed in 1908 and each year its confused with the person of the given Tuesday, Thursday and :: prohl- - urer; John J. to test the State-wiFuneral Directors observance extends further and same name wfio takes fluke an aotive ?mendment, endorsed by the part in the affairs of the Junior :: HOME m INVITfC THEIR FRIENDS. SHAWNEE Ml further .over the whole world. It Hi the November elections. RECEIVED BY SULTAN. ,. The ladles of the Knternrise Club, has been approved and blessed by Order, and that hejs not a believer Embalmers. prinwho have conducted Arch" the (Pope, 2344 West Chestnut Street. ; ; if to a statement of Judge joyable affairs, Invite numerous en- bishops andmany Cardinals, octave in any of its ciples. The new APostoUc Delegate to ( Bishops. The their friend right, a prominent lawyer of Turkey, Monslgnor Dole!, was re10 JETCpEXR to a euchre and lotto party to be begins on the yeast of the Chair of ffee proposed amendment ceived Saturday by Sultan Mehmed PRKVKNT TAKtfJSir. held Monday afternoon and night at Peter .at 'Rome, January 18, and Teleebeee V according to a dispatch tttntioo of Artaoni will 8t. Charles Hall, from h ends on the Feast of the ConBrass that has been hlgBl- pol- Constantinople to Renter's TeleChestnut streets. There will version of 8t. Paul, "January 25, Ei or criminal for any andmany gram Company. MossignoT Dolel oa which aa apratollc delegate has awards and a pleasant time During the octave the faithful are ished will aet tarnish la jitSeet to the State to be Turkey asked to pray forts the destruction of weather if it be slightly smeared presented to the Sultan an auto- seen received by the ruler of of the and eonseqnentiy CMd wm the Intervention lotM to the 0 St. of schism end the reunion of all with vaseline. Briskly polish after- graph letter from Pope Benedict. without Ambassador. p m perfom aa Charles ebvreh His visit marked the first occasion Preach Christians vHa the Chair ! Peter wards with a dry rag. Miss Mary Winn left this week to Bpcnd some time in Washington and You KBHTUOKY IRISH AMKWIQAN PRINTING- - QO OCKIPTI0N PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER Y.EAR 4-- J-- k 4 TOAgj)eoK ejb5c72wPf Should Join Now Our 1915 - CHRISTMAS SAVINGS CLUB f Started Last Week 8 ht 8 Join One or More of These Classes for 1915 t flgcc f r ff rioco P $12.50 Class $50.00 8 Class E-jo-S- rT $100.00 Ma-lone- y, Join Now The Time Is Limited. Membership Fee. well-wlshe- rn Kentucky Title Savings Bank f and lrnst Company if Fifth and Court Place, Louisville, Ky. Erxrxrtitrirffff iff ttttmtmW mmn colims. CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR TIOTTO .Jl "si high-hande- pro-Briti- sh GAYJTY aMHEAaJR . de-M- u,-nl- THE ROSA.RV ... .... A GREAT st d VVVtVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV1 Fidelity and Columbia Trust Co. law-abidi- ng FRED ERHART ARCHITECT lVVVVVVVViM Cut Flowers or Design Work, Thomas fair-mind- ed J H.B0SSES0N and de iorisop Spain:: ', '. I Twenty-sevent- - !. u thaort fn. j 'ta& . :, HMf M"HH4I ni'iiiitt 1 c Club Plan Is 'hat It Means to You an extended payment plan instituted purely and T convenience ol our patrons who IeIi to buy House- bch as Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, etc. la 4(4444444444tt BRONICAL COUGHS When the bronchial tubes are affected with that weakening, tickling cough, they need immediate and sensible treatment. The breath seems shorter because of mucous obstructions; usually fever is present and your head jars with every cough Your chest aches and the inflammation often spreads to the lungs. o jKjvorrjeitY ifin AJsaoBtxoAj. 4ljlllllllIHlllllHlllllllHIIIIMIIHIIMMItl HERMAN STRAUS. TOURTrl Avenue wcoapowireo SONS MARKET STMfT THE REMEDY FOR BRONCIAL COUGHS, WEAK LUNGS ANN SORE CHEST IS i January Clearance1 DON'T WAIT Join the Club Plan you are asked to pay 3 per cent. of your purchases for joining; for .natance membership fee on a $25.00 purchase would 61.50. STUART'S LUNG BALSAM Prices, 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. m m m m m Coats, Suits, Furs, Dresses X X Iio membership fee on a $50.00 purchase would 'ho membership fee on greater purchases would course bo in proportion. la then asked to pay 10 per cent, of your total purchase vnr, inatnnpo nn a t2K.nn nnrchaao you nnnnn fO down in addition to the membership tee, making a total I tmi Knnito nm t.hnn delivered to you and you arrange to 'balance in small weekly or monthly pa. ments. r THEO. RECTAIMUS CO. INCORPORATED 25 stiacl SO Cents i .X Coats made up in fine quality chinchilla, astrakhan, ural lambs, Arabian lambs, zibelines, fancy mixtures; made up in the new styles, belted effects, Fox Trot and Colleee Cats. Well finished anb made by the best tailors. '. ' ! Preston and Market Sts. MACKIX COUNCIL. of Louisville, Kentucky. THIXITV'S INSTALLATION. consider that goods bought on tho Club Plan are Ked at our cash prices whether special or regular you will It...i., n that .in- mnmhomiiln fpA ts nothinc in comparison Ihn mtditlonal cost Installment houses place on their goods lor Fivllege of time payments. FltMTUllE, CARl'ETS, RUGS, HOUSE FURNISHINGS A.MJ IER HOUSEHOLD GOODS ARE SOLD ON THE CLUB 1'LAN. . am. ..... i.i w &. & luriuer luiuiiuauuu poirnrnintr inn iiiiii. rii.ii- w erfully given by our salespeople or at the Credit office on the r.h floor. vou 11-- Mackln Council, Y. M. I., will take place 'Monday night and Bhould bring out a big attendance. For (this The installation officers of ATEBQBH(i'5 Life Worth Living Again. 11 New Orleans, La., December, 1912. Suffering from severe nervousness and sleeplessness, against which Taster Koe-nljNerve Tonic has done moro for me than doctors, because now I find life worth living again. The Tonlo Is worth its weight in gold! the effect of it Is excellent: It goes right to the right place to act. J. Riley, 3d Precinct Police Sta. Mrs. P. Holland writes from Fort Pierre, S. Dak., that she became so nervous from overwork that she often to tremble: could scarcely walk across the room. Pastor Koenlg's Nerve Tonlo made a great Improvement on my whole system and even on tho appetite. Miss Delflna Williams writes from Santa Fo, N. Mex., that the nervousness which troubled her so that she became dizzy, when walking fast, dlsapcared entirely after taking Paator Koenlg's Nerve Tonic and that she suffered no more since. ra com-mnc- Coats usually selling at $10.00 to $12.50 for Coats usually selling at $13.75 to $16.95 for Coats usually selling at $17 50 to $20.00 for Coats usually selling at $21 50 to $25.00 for A wonderful lot of fine plushes and other fine materials, special sale at - $7.95 $10 00 $14.75 $18.95 $5.00 j ; ;; ;; ; f Trinity Council, Y. M. I., will Install its new officers next Monday :: evening and at the same time elect a Treasurer, the member chosen at ; ; Suits to Be Cleaned Up at Ridiculous Prices ': A great Bargain Suit, usually selling at $20.00 to $22.50, for $10.00 :: ' Another big lot of Suits, made in handsome broadcloths, shoat coat effects, trimmed with fur; sold at $25 to $29 50; special $14.75 ' Any Fur or Fur Coat in the house at 25 ner cent r(t " marked prices. Muffs and Neckpieces and a fine collection of T New Pony Coats selling for $25 now $18.75 X 1 -- We have selected a lot of Fine Suits, to which we have ' added a fine lot of new purchases, predicting the new spring ''. ;; metis, an ucuuiuuuy iuauu ana iinea wun guaranteed satin. ,, Bacon a son fcl."Mll11"''lI INCORPORATED f X .... a ' jBBBBnnnnnnnnnnnnti OTEE&ralHgiL, fx 4 "' LnnnlBBnnBBnnv wRfkMt SBBSBBBfflNBEraBi BBnnnnnnViflH bMBbbbV s oBSSSbBBb jHaWsJalt ffafln i shSLbbS We Give and Redeem" Surety Coupons. IffiaWaaaaSP " XL !bbbbbbbI t Fur Coats. X JjaV "fiafaaTaBBBat. BBBB2laiy BhGTk &&asx3mGsxxmxx ' Bbm JHBBBBal aYaYaaaYaYaYaYaaJ ! We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates 1 44 i 1 MMI"H"H"M"I' I II t'HI I ' i 11 Mulloy's Good Coffee JHE-- BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbV '' tsjBBsnBBBB& BBnBBnfikOc rf sbbbbkbj sssiiiJ7?!3issssssssnW BbbT j Served at breakfast touches the spot and gives zest to the entire day's labor. TRY OUR "OUH BLEND" al, Ponnd OR 2 POUNDS OSo Of OwC PRESIDENT JOHN J. LYNN, And You Will be Delighted With It. JOHN M. MULL0Y, r Q Hohm Phoiu tKKfC&3& ijaj. 010 W. JfeSAKKECX MTR0KT I The Last Dollar That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear interest COMPOUNDED twice a year; There MAY COME a time when your "LAST DOLLAR" must be spent for something you DO NEED. The SAVING now of the dollars you are wasting might keep that "hard time" from ever coming. For Your Furniture Wants WANT YOUR TRADE. JAMES GREENE " Marshal 'Harry Alberts. quent brevets for gallant service, Mueller. INCORPORATED Inside Sentinel Edward Gratzer. Treasurer Henry Schlachter. particularly in night attack on George Dwyer. Outside Sentinel Marshal Ben Minsterketter. 'FortSumpter in 1863 and at Fort A2VD RBTAI1V. Executive Committee Frank G. InBlde Sentinel John L. Sullivan. Fisher in 1865; baptized a Catn-oll- c Adams, Thomas Bachman, Frank Outside Sentinel Roger Glenn. PHONE-SOU- TH in 1872 li St. James church, CITY 1866. 25w. John R. A. W. Andrlot, Geiler, Executive Committee James B. Philadelphia. Barry. Kelly, A. G. Schneider, Alex. KaiBer, January 5, 1838 Jesuits opened St. Preparations are being made for 'College Orand Frank Brlgmon, John L. Tlmmel. at Charles' an initiation during the early part Collector Edward 3. Kelty. Coteau, La.; arrived at New Orof February. Two contest teams Council Deputy William Goda. leans on invitation of Bishop have been selected and an exciting Anthony Blanc, Jnnuary 22, 183"7. contest seems certain. The Basket- January 6, 1643 Father Julian KRIfOi: .MILKS. ball League continues to have its Gamier, Jesuit missionary in We Are Now Occupying Our weekly games with the Rosebuds The Hev. Michael Halpin, pastor Fifth and Court Place. Canadn, born in France; known as of St .Augustine's church, Jefferson-villstill leading. With their lineup apostle of the Senecas; first the Open Daily Until 3 p. m. Saturdays l&itil 7 p. m. ofliclated nt the marriage ot greatly strengthened the Braves exJesuit to "be ordained ia Canada Miss Estolla M. Kehoe and Earl S. pect to show up strong in the raco Quebec in 1730. Miles at C o'clock Monday evening in 1668; died in the and will endeavor to displace 1 1 loaders. "Mackln's Social Club held January 7, 1806 Roger Brooke at the home of the bride's parents, Taney, fifth Chief Justice of Spring nnd Market streeta. A numBETWEEN MAIN ANH MAPIfPT its holiday dance Tuesday night, States, married Anne ber of relatives and friends were United when the largest attendance of the Phoebe Charlton Key, sister of present. The bride is a daughter of 2 Pending erection of our new building at Fifth and Market. year was on hand and everybody Francis Scott Key, author of the Mr. nnd Mrs. Michael J. Kehoe. She went home well satisfied. Their 444a "Star Spangled Banner," whoso is a graduate of Hanover Colege and next affair will bo the "calico hop" daughter Ellen became a convert, until a week ago was a teacher In on Tuesday night, January 12. joined the Henryvllle schools. The bride- DAN J. HBNNESSV nnd whoso granddaughter EDW. A. AXMAN the Sisters of the Sacred Heart. groom Is n son of Mr. and Mrs. AlMUSICAL TREAT. I BOMB PHONE CITY- 3238 Boston, bert R. Miles, of Bethlehem, Ind. For January 8, 1892 Death at aged seventy-threafter a imin- - enma Hnin ihn hrMptrrnnm hn hpnn A musical treat Is in store for all years, of Father ' living at Abingdon, Va., where ho is istry of forty-nin- e who will attend tho grand popular William A. nienklnsop, rector or county agricultural agent. He also concert which will be given in St. My stocks are the largest, my prices tho Church of Sts, Peter and Is a graduate of Hanover College, Columba's new school hall on Tues(Paul, South Boston, for twenty- - and it was while the two were study- day evening, January 5, at 8 o'clock. the lowest, and my terms the best. Among those taking part will bo eignt years, wnose eariy pasiorat ing mere xnai uie romance ueguu. charge included a large part of They will reside at Abingdon. members of various Catholic choirs the 'Connecticut Valley; ordained of tho city and of the Concordia CALIFORNIA IS MOURNING. by Bishop Eccleaton in 1843. Singing Society, aB well as a UP5TAIB5 STORE 425 W. Jeffemn Slreet Students' Glee Club composed of Jnnuary 9, 185" The Right Rev. Tho Most Rev. Patrick William Dugan, Messrs. Henry (Frederic iBaraga, Vicar Apostolic Bernard MVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV appointed Riordan, Archbishop of San FranSheridan and Clement Boslor, of of Upper Michigan, Indianapolis; Joseph Kempf, of Bishop of Sault Sainte Marie and cisco, died at his home In the Golden 425, 427 and 429 East Market Street. JE Austria, Gato city early Sunday. Archbishop Evansville; Thomas Lodge, of Iowa in Marquette; born Riordan contracted a bevore cold fivo City, and James Maloney, August Juno 29, 1797; ordained Septem Fusenneger, cornetist, and Anthony ber 21, 1823; died January 19, days before, which developed into pneumonia. The condition of the Tompkins, pianist, of Louisville. 1868. late prelate took a decided turn for Others to take part are the followingthe worse shortly after midnight AFTER MAM' YEARS. Saturday. Stimulants were employed Director John P. Recktenwald. Pianists Mrs. Dave Malkemus, Henry J. Metten rounded out a to sustain heart action, but he sank occurred. Miss Dora Schweitzer and Louis well spent life Tuesday when death gradually until death We have the best assortment of claimed him, following an illness of Archbishop Riordan was born in Labels good for picture show tickets, any kind of A. ViollnlBt Lawrence Fitzmayer. of his sister, New Brunswick dn 1841, and was apbronchitis at the trading stamps, r many other useful articles carried Gas Heaters in the city and you Sopranos Mesdames Catherine Mrs. B. Mueller, home Goss avenue. pointed head of the San Francisco 907 Archbishop Riorseventy-fiv- e diocese in 1884. Newman, Q. A. Hulswede, T. J. Ben in Hanover, in our premium rooms. can save money by buying a Gas nett, Lela Guntorman, Agnes Wllker-- . Born years ago, Germany, he passed sixty dan was tho second Archbishop of born in lWWMMMWtWWVWVVVWWWWMWVWWWHWWm San Francisco. He was Becker, Stella Louisville, where Heater direct from us and letting son; Misses Eva Bennett, Mattle years in in the tinning he was August, 1841, at Chatham, New Whitener, Beronlta engaged business Ament, Catherine Turney, Alma until his retirement, Mr. Metten Brunswick, and spent his boyhood at !! ! ! t- ! t' !' Ivt' ' ' ' !' ! t"t" " your plumber make connections. ICipp and Hilda Loew. was a pioneer member of Branch 6, Chicago. His education was reAltos Mesdames Arthur Mussel-ma- Catholic Knights of America, St. ceived at the University of Notre W. J. Ernwino, John Albrecht; Martin's Men's Society and the St. Dame, Indiana. In 1864 he went to Misses Mayme Fallon, Elizabeth Vincent de Patl Society. The funeral tho University oi Louvain in Belgium Recktenwald, Rose Neenan, Florence services were held at St. Vincent de for two years further study. He GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES Kipp. Paul's church Thursday morning, a came to Chicago in 18G8 to fill the theology in the Seminary ot Tenors Messrs. Joseph J. Muel- long cortege following the remains chair of 215 WEST MARKET ST. You Can Make a Square Meal o Our Round Stek Bt. Mary's ot the Lako. Archbishop Joseph F. Hubbuch, Steve to St. Michael's cemetery. ler, Riordan held pastorates at WoodBchnurr, August Probst, Joseph Cum, rkm Mtbi 167-Rem Nmm CHy 5252 900 Franklin Street stock, 111., Jollet, III., and Chicago. Adam Emmetsberger, THE WRONG ALICE. WM. KEELEY Caseabella, KEELEY On September 1G, 1883, he was con- AaaaSaVAaLataaaVafcafa A J Dave Malkemus, August Schnurr. V Louis Young vouches for the fol- secrated Titular Bishop of Cabesa Bassos Messrs. ..John Hodapp, Julius Schnurr, S. Wllkerson, F. J. lowing mixup: A certain street and Coadjutor with the right of suc1 1 11111ii 1 1 1' i supervisor, who he calls Mack, Is cession to the Seo of San Francisco, i Iii i Echsner, Harry Soete, Peter J. M1IHM i Louis P. Hofmaa, William H. greatlyi smitten with a young lady, to which he was elevated December LAWRENCE M J BARmrna P. BAHNON, JR., I VfEKEHAN, Alice by name, and on leaving her 23, 1884. The Archbishop was to Frltsch and John Qrueseer. and Retail & Wholesale Vie f rii. t Trus. SmtfMy. Pm. t Mgr. recently one evening requested that have celebrated the golden Jubilee of she oall him over the phone next his priesthood in 1915, and arrangeSOCIAL. PLEASANT morning. After a hasty look at the ments were being made to observe New Albany Council, Knights ot phoneV. directory the nezt morning the evfent when many visiting priests Columbus, gave a social entertain- the young lady calls a Mr. Mack (not would be in San Francisco to visit ment Wednesday night in Us hall, her friend), and after a few queries the exposition. Sewer ami Calvert Pipe, Vincennes and Oak streets, for its about theSeather, what he expected IMPROVING. etc., all being Baaaea's Patent Lidded Pipe fer Steasa Cendaits, members and their lady frteads. The for Christinas, JKLEJAT programme was Interesting and was answered in slwjrt monosylables or Wall Ceping, Drain Tile, Titrifed IrkK, , Ifcra City 78S1. - 135 Jf. Jeffer St. greatly enjoyed by the many pres polite replies, finally the young lady Rev, cFather De Waegenaere, pasFire Preeani, Fine Lining-- Fire BricK said, "I don't believe yon know this tor of St. Paul's church at Lexingent. Grate and Boiler Tile, Grennd Fire Clay, Chimney Tops. Is Alice talking- - to youv" and her lis- ton, who for the past month has My 1616 OAIvJC Gan. Maia 1005 tener then informed her""he had the been confined to his bed at the Good MINISTER TO VATIOAX. OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON wrong Mr. Mack and the enly Alice Samaritan 'Hospital in Cincinnati as HOME PHONES CITY GUMB. MAIN SOT. Henry Howard on Tuesday he knew was his colored eoftk. This the result ot a delicate operation, is Sir improving 'and able to leave his broke up the conversation. presented to JPope Benedict his TOUXUTG WQHK8 room. His people In the IUueraw 19fc 4 Break. mmA MacKolt Ave., Be. 9tfc a as British Minister to the Military suits are well adapted to capital are anxiously awaiting his s ViJImn rata muni at IRnnMa will 81AVICB DAY AND NIGHT. I MH MM M return to their midst. jjovmwuum, be watched with world-wid- e interest. young girls. 1 occasion the Entertainment Committee has arranged a concert, together with a smoker and refreshAMERICAN CHRONOLOGY. ments, ithe intention being to give incoming officers a grand the send-of- f. Those to be installed are: Timely Record of Some Memor- President John J. Lynn. able Events in the Catholic First Vice President John W. History of America. Murphy. Vice President Martin Second P. Schadd. By James A. Rooney, LL, D. Treasurer George J. Thornton. Financial Secretary William A. January 4, 1894. Death at WashCassin. ington of Capt. Louis E. Fagan, Recording Secretary William G. IT. S. M. C. convert; served all Ouckol. through civil war and won fre- bottle to any addrett. Poor patient! alto et the medicine free. Precired br Rev. FATHER KOENtO. ol Fort Wayne, Ind., ilnca 1876, and now by the KOENIG MED. CO., Chicago, III. 62 W. Lalca Street, near Dearborn Se!4 by Drnfflita at $1 per bottle. 6 for SB. Lartfa Stse, $1.7S 6 Bottlea for $9. FREE AValuabla Book on Ner vous Diseases and Simple FURNITURE PRESIDENT V. K. ECKER. tho recent election not being able to The question of raising serve. monthly dues and raising the death benefit will too decided nt this meeting, this being the second reading of amendments. Followtheso ing are the officers to be installed: President V. K. Eckor. First Vice President B. Elder. Henry Second Vice President by-la- For the Bed Room, Dining Room and Living Room. Large selection, good quality and reasonable prices. Market, Bet. Fourth and Fifth. WM. F. MAYER, II w Dries. V Corresponding Secretary A. H. DIernst. Financial Secretary C. Edward Bowling. Recording Secretary Paul E. IH af ) ' tfiiMB I IWHOLKSALB Ky. Title Savings Bank VAAMAM4AM and Trust Co. GERMAN BANK! TEMPORARY QUARTERS 124 SOUTH FIFTH STREET e, i - e, Hennessy Axman POPULAR PRICE TAILORS GAS HEATERS Tip Top Bread Guaranteed Pure. 100 t' AT Cr-- ; FJtz-maye- r. j n, QEHER & SON, FRANK A. 0HLMANN 1 f liiH Hof-ma- n, m 1 n 1 1 n IIP. BANNOtt PIPE CO. KBKIvKY St BRQ1 MARKET XiEN TAXIOAB OO. :iOAB AND OAS . 573-178- 8. Je, ctnctht. it, ill HHillHHMHHHinilllltmiMl s t. KEWNJOKY IKI(H AMERICA: JABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly F urged to patronize advertiser whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our read- era by accepting only firms of known responsibility. CELEBRATED BXXRA DRAT WURST o HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Fait Week General News Notes. . tv v ICE CREAM PLAIN OR BRICK, IRELAND. Record of the Most Important of the Eecent Events Culled From Exchanges. The flax and saw anllls of A, P. Campbell at Donemana were destroyed by fire. The rank and file of the Deny tee FRANK FEHR BRE vr - ;tpORATEr SHALE BRICK MADE BY Suggestions are now in order for Coral Ridge Clay Products Co. the celebration of St. Patrick's day. are the ' Division 3 will meet next Monday Incorporated BEST BRICK MADE IN B3 OEIOKR STREET evening and Install officers for the new year. OHM Phone 1802 and S77 JEFFERSON COUNTY cutnb. Fnone Main an Sales Office; 1010 Bldg. County President Connelly will ASK TOVK 9X1L rOB XT install Division l's new officers ACCESSORIES BNGRAVjSRS AUTOMOBILE January 14. VULCANIZING DISTRIBUTORS Martin Dugan has been elected CHUCK ENGRAVING COMl'AMX President of the big division at Wa- Federal Tires ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS tertown, N. Y, FALLS CITY VULCANIZING CO. , Division 2 will hold their first ELECTROTYPERS 1101 East Broadway Louisville, Ky SSS W. Mala St., niepung in juieucrKrunz iiuu next Thursday evening. Free Service Home Phone City 5674 Rhode. Island Hibernians will en HOUSE WIRING AND FIXTURES deavor to have Irish history "taught "SOUTHERN STAR" in the public schools. SLICED BACON A. 0. LINK Some of the former prominent "AIL Ready for Yonr Griddle in the workers in the order are gradually Practical Electrician MornlnE" getting back in harness. SAUSAGE HAMS, LARD, at Now Britain, Home Phone, Shawnee 1185-The division LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. Conn., held a fair last month from 2020 Bank Street (Incorporated.) i which $700 was realized. The Ladles' Auxiliary of Portland, BAGS. STRUCTURAL IRON WORKS. Ore., had n Manufacturers of Sacks for Flour Mills, members and Christmas tree for the their families. Grain Dealers, Produco Men, Fertilizer, FoHBdry and Machine Shop. Dried Grain, Ice, etc Write for price County 'President Connelly has on anything you may want In the Sack been confined to his home the past GRAINGER & CO., Incorporated several days with an attack of the J. 8. WALKER & Co., 211 W. Main Street, Louisville, Ky. grip. Tenth Street, Louis rllle, Ky. Long Distance Telephone Connections State President McBreen has written all of the local divisions requestAMERICAN IRON WORKS IRON AND HEAVY C. II. GERRARD, Prest. and Gen'l Met. ing an early return of their annual HARDWARE. Sheet Iron and Plate Metal Work of reportB. Every Description Division 5, largest In ColumCarriage and Wagon Woodwork BOILER MAKERS AND MACHIircSTS bus, Ohio, has the started out to pass all and Hardware Special Attention given Automobile Repairs, Boiler Repairs and General others In the State before the next DION CO., rBDNKBDATS AND SATUUDATS . T. SCOaXWARSKB CO. Intcr-Sonth. I ings. Social and Society For Family, Party and all Gather Purity Guaranteed. Vanilla, per ftalloa Frail, per gallon Brick, per gallon $1.00 85a 75o WATHEN Phone City 7075 volunteers have remained under the control of the Provisional Commit . re- yWVWVVWWVVWV 439 SOUTH EIGHTH ST. illness. gret of the death of Mrs. James Holoway, of Bannghor, after a long Her many friends heard wjth I The Gaelic League is making good progress In Nenagh. The classes are well attended, and are conducted by competent teachers. lit was stated at the meeting of the Lurgan Guardians that no applications had been received for the Brewers and (incorporated) Boi L i TODD-DONIGA- N 809-81- 3 Incorporated W. Main street. 521 Machine Jobbing Work Solicited. Cumb. Main 411: Home, City 8611 convention. AND UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES. CASKETS (Wholesale Only.) NATIONAL CASKET CO., Incorporated Eleventh and Magazlno Streets. Homo Phone 7846 Right Rev Bishop McGolrick will East Main St., Louisville, Ky. be honor guest when the Duluth LaSOMETHING NEW dles' Auxiliary installs its officers on (Fuel Saving Device) Vapor neatlng January 12. 'Mrs. iD. J. Dougherty, the new J. L. BROWNPLELD & CO. President of the Ladies' Auxiliary, Heating Steam and Hot Water has always been an active worker 111 N. THIRD STREET for the order. Cumb. M. 1592 DISTILLERS. JOHN T. BARBEE 726-78- Incorporated COMPANY W. Main Street. 1 14 West Market Street Kentucky Weller, Old Barbee, Fay-MuJ. C W. Whiskies. Sole Owners Home Phone, City 6S81 lonlivlUe, Ky. Distillery No. 32. Phones Main Old Shoes Made Hew. Work Done 2586-City E263. While Ton Walt. 0 s, Res-leter- ed & CO., SHOE REPAIRING AMERICAN SHOE REPALRING CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH CO. INCORPORATED CONCRETE BLOCKS COLUMNS, ART STONE Distillers Of Estimates on All Classes of Work OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH Both Phones "HOLLENBAOH" PURE RYE Central Concrete & Construction Co. Louisville, Ky. 528 W. Main St. 961 Hamilton Avenue RITTER-HENNING- S PLUMBING AND HEATING CONCO. TRACTORS Receivers and Shippers of nay and H. W. NEWMAN Grain. Manufacturers of Shur-Plee- z Contracting Engineer, Steam and Poultry and Stock Feeds Hot Water Heating and Hay, Grain, Flour and Mill Feed Sanitary Plumbing Chas. A. Cyphers' New Buffalo nonie Office: 440 Second Street Incubators and Brooders LOUISVILLE, KY. LOUISVILLE, KY. ' HOME KILLED MEATS BRINTON B. DAVIS ARCIUTECT (Fellow American Institute of STATE FAIR MEAT MARKET A Full Lino of Fancy Groceries Call and Give Us An Order WE SELL FOR CASH Both Phones Architects 1000-201- 2 Inter-Southe- rn Building Cumb. M. 1023 Home City 1449. GRAN W. SMITH'S SON jj AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Funeral Director and Embalmerjj !! vision 2 of that place. Rev. William F. Dougherty, of Syracuse, State Chaplain of the Ancient Order in New York, last week celebrated the silver jubile of his Ladies' Auxiliary 10 of Boston Rave a highly successful whist party for the benefit of the Catholic missionaries in Texas. Division 2 of Columbus, Ohio, has made a handsome offering to Father Rossman to aid him in his libel suit against the Menace. Immediately after the Installation of officers for the different divisions there will be a meeting announced for the County Board. Splendid talks on Hibernianism were made by Very Rev. Father Crowley and Father .Baxter at Division 4's meeting Monday night. Tom Dolan, of Division 1, Is a great admirer of Pat Connolly, the wrestler from Galway, and Is always on hand at the big matches. Harry J. Hennessy, who has been In Toronto for the past year, was present at Division 4's meeting Monday evening and made a short talk. was declared the winDivision ner In the Indianapolis membership contest at the county Initiation when over eighty candidates were received Into the order. At the largest meeting since it was formed Division 5 of Columbus, Ohio, donated 1200 to Father T. J. O'Reilly as a Christmas gift toward his new church. The Hibernians of Portland, Ore., have organized a social club to revive the rendering of Irish songs and recitations and the development of the old style dances. Hibernians of Bellows Falls, N. H., have arranged for a big public meeting on January 13 In honor of anniversary of Dithe thirty-thir- d G BOTH PHONES 810. o ordinntion to the priesthood. per annum. a Caie for Your Home. On the motion of M. Culliton, the THE EXPERIENCE OF THE BEST Mountmelllck TELEPHONES: Homt 7671.7672, Cumb. Wtil C9. Board of Guardians INSTRUCTION IN DRESSMAKING have Thomas Fltzpntrlck to Is Yours At The LIFE S AVgR the council to represent the Trumera SALVATOR (Dark) QUEEN CITY SEWING SCHOOL electoral division. Armstrong Building Thomas MdDermott, who reaidea Cumb. Phone West 191 Home Phonl Third anil Walnut Row, Cootehill, alone at Cooney's THE NEW AIJBANY BRANCH was found dead at his residence. Vlncennes and Oak Streets McDermott had been a creel maker and formerly resided at Tullyvfn. Murphy, aged sixty Michael SOCIETY DIRECTORY. years, resident of Mungret street, ETCORrORATED died suddenly in St. Michael's church, Limerick, where ho was praying when he suddenly collapsed. A. O. H. Sanction to the appointment of J. Curran as Rate Collector in the DIVISION 1. reBallinamore district Second and Fourth Thursday, Lleder-kran- z ceived from 'the Local has been Government Sold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excellent ( Hall, Sixth and Walnut. Board by the Leltrlm County CounQRUBER & DEUSER, Managers, Louisville, Ky. President Thomas Tarpy. cil. Henry McDer-mot- t. Vice President The Trim Board of Guardians sanction of ffRi Recording Secretary Walter have received tho Board to the the JOHN B. apLocal Government Cuslck. pointment of Dr. A. E. O'Reilly as l. Financial Secretary Joseph Medical Officer of Enfield dispensary district. Tioasurcr Thomas Keenan, Sr. n Drogheda Guardians, on the Sergeant-at-Arm- s Tlai Lyons. of J. S. Kelly, seconded by Mrs. McKItterick, expressed regret at the DIVISION 2. .death of Stephen Segrave, Dunsany, Meets iFIrst Thursday at Liederkranz and tendered sympathy to his 512 CLAY STREET. 508, 510 Hall, Sixth and Walnut. Right brother, the Rev. Mgr. TELEPHONE 209 President C. J. Ford. Segrave, Drogheda, LOUISVULIjBJ. KT. Vice President J. J. Sullivan. Messrs. John O'Neill, of Donnel-loRecording Secretary John T. and 'Michael Mellctt and P. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE Keaney. Daly, of 'Ballinrobe, have been apTreasures James Welsh. pointed to the Commission of the Sergeant-at-Arm- s J. Cunning- Peace for the County Mayo, bringing ham. the number of new Magistrates for Sentinel Thomas Hannon. this division up to six. SATISFIES THAT LONGING. Commissions of the Peace for DIVISION 3. County Clare have been granted to H. R. Glynn, Kilrush; Meets First and Third Thursday at Messrs. Charles W. 'Healy, Mnnus; George Eighteenth and Portland. Walsh, Feakle; Thomas Studdert, INCORPORATED President John M. Maloney. Ballyhannan; William Frost, Pat- PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. KY. Vice President Matt J. O'Brien. Recording Secretary John P. rick Clancy and W. J. Corbett, Corofin. Price. Mrs. Nano Teresa Murphy reFinancial Secretary John J. cently sold by auction her farms at Jr. Columbkillo and Kiljames Lower. Treasurer D. J. Dougherty. Sergeant-at-ArMartin J. The area of the Columbklile farm Is 275 acres, and that of the Kallaher. holding twelve acres. The Sentinel Thomas Noon. holdings were knocked down to William Lennon, Thamastown, for DIVISION 4. Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, $50,000. At the Connacht Winter Assizes Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. James iF. Davis, and seven others President John H. Hennessy. from the County Galway were found Vice President Thomas Lynch. of Recording Secretary John J. guilty They unlawful assembly and riot. were discharged on their Barry. Patrick Financial Secretary ThomaB J. own recognizances, save enter Wallace, who refused to Into Langan. sureties and was ordered twj Treasurer Patrick Connelly. months' imprisonment. l. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas ed All the late and new Styles and Shape can be found here at'reasonable prices. Call and sea uit post of Medical Officer. Tho subscription of the diocese of Klllaloo on behalf bf the Belgians, In response to Most Rev. Dr. Fogarty's appeal, amounted to $8,000. P. 'R. Boyd was appointed Petty Sessions Clerk for Newry In room of R. Ersklne, resigned. The salary of the office begins at $1,125 LOUISVILLE. KY. FALLS CITY BREWINi Broadway and Thirty - First Street.! Are Brewing: and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Usq WIEDEMAN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers. Far-rel- WALTERS' and mo.-Ho- Clay Street Brewery n, OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER JOHN F. OERTEL CO. BE SURE TO CALL FOR Hes-sio- n, Kil-Jam- es McRENNA WHISKY j s IT IS ALWAYS PURE. H. McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, Ky. Far-rel- Y. M.I. preceding Christmas, met in the afternoon and elected officers and MACKIN COUNCIL, 205. MX then contributed $100 to the fund Meets Monday Evenings at Club for Father McCall's new church. House, 344 North Twenty-BlxtPresident George J. Thornton. l'tl'M4"IHW'l3l"IlHMlllM,lW'-M''I",t,t SUPERIOR AVEIGHT. v First Vice President John Ken-nePat Connolly, the champion Irish Fred Second Vice President wrestler, lost to Charles Cutler, of ji Chicago, at the Armory Wednesday Schuler. Recording Secretary John R. evening, being unable to concedo fifty pounds In weight to the Barry. 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, Financial Secretary Will Cassln. Chicago man, and lost In straight Treasurer Sebastian Hubbuch, falls, one he conceded to save a Raymond E. Schott. Marshal broken arm, while the other was a Inside Sentinel William Schott. holiday gift of Referee Mechllng, Outside Sentinel L. E. Qratzer. who erred unintentionally in giving Executive Committee F. G. Ad a fall to Cutler when both of Connolly's shoulders were not on the ams, George SImonis, Frank Geller, mat, all of ithe newspaper men W. A. Link, Chas. Schuler. ' rum r onnc Tr i. , "i W&JISC7 VlUOlU fliUin 4W4S4JIP iLUUD Vllly nnno T present disagreeing with the referee ; GONE. 44fl.rH"I"M"M-W"M-'M'-M"on his decision, which placed ConI tM fl M"H-fnolly at a disadvantage in the second , In memory of Hugh Patrick round. Cutler's fifty pounds adwho died New Year's eve, 1912. vantage In weight prevented Cons nolly from exhibiting his speed and Two long sad years, HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3971-- y unfortunately good spoiled a Yet more It seems, wrestling exhibition. In the opinion Since sadness crept Jn of many a match between Connolly 'Midst our happy dreams. and Hussane would bo a great God called him away drawing card. iFrom his pleasure and Joy, To place htm with those Who loved our dear boy. COLUMBUS TEAM WINS. We feel he Is "happy, 'Tls we who are sad; The Aquinas College basketball team of Columbus, Ohio, defeated He is free from all pain, JMLedLxi. d My sweet, lad. the Bertrand Athletic Club team In 'MOTHER. Bertrand Hall on Tuesday evening by a score of 37 to 25, the game being exciting from the start and y:"t";"I"M'4"KGENEROUS RESPONSE. excellent team work winning for the visitors, This is the first, defeat of In responso to the appeal of Archthe local club, having beaten some bishop Walsh, of Dublin, the Cathof the best teams in Louisville, in- olic of hla diocese have contributed cluding St. Xavler's, First Regiment orW 111,000 for the relief, of the and Mackin Council. suffering Belgians, This surely indicates that the Irish are quite well ' HURT BY FAMi. fixed financially. 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET at St. Augustine's church the Sunday Division 3 of South St. Paul received holy communion In a body Sentinel M. J. McDennott. KEPT ARCHBISHOP BUSY. an' BE The church blessed at Cottlesvllle by the Most Rev. John J. Glennon, Archbishop of St. Louis, was the fifth in tho archdiocese to be dedicated by His Grace during the past month. LEGION OF CONVERTS. 21 h. y. HOLIDAY PRESENTS -- HE 2 FAVORITE! Partlcalar Smokirs DOUGHERTY & McELLIOlT Funeral Directors and Embalmersl BOTH PHONBJS. . M I I r wvwwtvwwv Flue-gan- J. J. BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. - Street. at WVMVVM'iWt SSST The attraction exerted by the Catholic church must be powerful when, notwithstanding tho abuse to which It Is subjected, It can draw to Itself 30,000 Protestants In this country every year. Tho converts who come to It aro among tho most Intelligent, the most pioue, the most virtuous of our neighbors. They have to suffer to Join it. Yet they come eagerly, counting all loss gain to be in the church that Christ established, that has certainty, that has a definite faith, a sacrifice and sacraments, and that teaches with authority, claiming with unwavering assurance that ho who hears it hears the Lord. These 30,000 conversions comfort the church for the misrepresentations of which it Is the victim and for tho odium excited against It. They are evidence that God is with it. They are proof that the Holy Ghost draws men of good will toward it in these days Just as in apostolic times. HINTS ON STYLE. vogue. of Loaisyllle's TARPY 10c SPECIAI Cigar v FOR- CATHOLICS Rogers Church Goods Co. 129 S. FOURTH AVE. THE LITTLE A. J. 5c Cigar The cigars without aa equal In quail e ana uavor. unioa-e and the for the money, sale at all dispensers of smokers. Home-madm best-mad- $1.00 BOX DELUXE (our Saturday Special; is the most remarkable Flower value obtainable. , Other BOXKS DE LTJXK at $3.00. and $3.00. CoapoH with every par chase. Place Toar Orders Friday for Delivery Saturday. T.W. TARPY UAK1XB C SEVENTH ST., NEAR MAI MONUMEN We have just received tU loads of Monuments price from $75.00 to $200. ( which we can give at a Before purchasing please j a call at our warereoms. West Qreen St. blue-oye- Waistcoat fashions still remain in JACOB SCHULZ Sloet 1873 rnn DR. 713-71- J. T. CHAWK Grays are coming Into fashion again. The short wide skirt Is exceedingly modish. Cape effects prevail among even- THE FLOWERS SHOP AT 530 S, FOURTH AVENUE. HERRMANN Veterinary Infirmary. ., S. 5 Wnu- -t SOUTH SEVENTH STREET 2Hi. NwM,GNy23H. mint mintyrntwm i iihiuhmiijihihiiiii miini ohampasjow ttsm Mrs. Maggie Cunlfe, sixty, years of age, fell on the Icy pavement at Cooper and Rogers street and sustained a painful fracture of her left hip. She was removed to har home, 1126 Rogers street, where she is resting easy. SINK HINT. REVIVE IRISH CUSTOM. The old and very prettycustom of lighting the windows ofhouses with candles on Christmaseve was revived by many families In Chicago and the north suburbs thla year. This is an old Irian, custom with a deep religion significance. A.L. 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