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Kentucky Irish American: January 1, 1916 Kentucky Irish American 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 kec1916010101_sn86069180 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: January 1, 1916 Kentucky Irish American William M. Higgins Louisville, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. t fe Kentucky Irish American NO. 1. fell away to almost nothing in tho early days of tho war. From tho be- VOLUME XXXVI. v LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, 1916. PRICE FIVE OENTS. Moose ticket came ENGLAND J Dealing Death Blow to Ainer-- " pica's Export nnd Import Trntlc. Great Britain Manufacturers Given Trade Secrets by Government. Mnjoritj of American Press Un- peaceful commerce. It would seem fair in Treatment of Warring that this advantage should satisfy her and that she should bo above Countries. resorting to small tricks to further her commercial interests. MERCHANTS PROTEST STRONGLY INTO ETERNAL REST. ginning the British attempted to make the national motto "Business as usual." Even now It seems that, while they have found that nothing can be as usual during war, they are straining themselves and their ethics to keep the mercantile machine in operation. Tho truth is that Great Britain, through tho strength of her navy and the extent of her mercantile marine, has a firm grasp on tho trado of the world and means to keep it. Her superiority In sea trado is especially effective at this time, when the war has removed through Incomternment, destruction or of mandeering more than tonnage from the world's one-quart- er sea-goi- "ana-militari- Ono predominating feature from an American standpoint in the present European war Is the unfairness of the great majority of the press of the country in discussing contentions arising with the different contenders engaged. Any news antagonistic to Germany is featured, while any news unfavorable to the others, and England especially, is published In an obscure part of the paper with doubting headlines "as an introduction. Onjy recently six German subjects were removed from American ships In West India waters by a French cruisers with no reason given save that they were Germans. This of the prinis In direct "violation ciples which the United States has always stood for, and in accordance with which it released the ConfedCommissioners Mason and erate Blldell, who were taken from a British vessel by a Federal cruiser during the civil war. Secretary of State Lansing cabled to the AmeriagalnBt can Ambassador a protest seizure, but to date the the daily papers above mentioned are not emphasizing that protest. During the different stages of our protest to Germany and Austria this same press went into hysterics atsentiment arouse tempting to against those two countries. Now take England,' for example, in regard to the tying up of our export and import trade. This is an Injustice to our merchants and business men and a blow to the country press in general, but the in its mad attacks on the Kaiser Is too busy to take cognizance of this outrage. Apropos of this a writer in Leslie's Weekly high-hand- ed pro-Engli- sh Christmas morning God called to her heavenly reward Sister Mary Bonaventura. for over fifty years a member of the Ursulino order and for the greater part of that time a teacher in the parochial schools of this city. Sister Mary died from the effects of a paralytic stroke she suffered eleven days before while making some fancy work as a present for another Sister. The stroke occurred just as the aged nun was finishing the needlework in tlte presence of other Sisters, whom sho had called to her room to see the piece. For a week sho had prayed that she might die the day tho Christ Child was born. By a strange coincidence it also was the day on which sho had planned to give tho fancy work to her colleague. Sister Bonaventura was born in Cincinnati seventy years ago. Her worldly name was Miss Catherine Ricdenger and she was educated in the schools of the Ursulino Sisters. Fifty-on- e years ago she made her religious profession as a member of the Louisvillo branch of tho Ursulino Sisters, whoso mother house Is at 805 East Chestnut street. After re ceiving holy communion, as she had been praying that sho might be able to do, sho passed away just before noon with her companions in the religious profession gathered about the bedside at the mother house on East Chestnut street. Tho funoral was held Monday morning from the convent chapel, and was attended by relatives and friends from Cin cinnati and this city. ASHLAND. ' sm says: Two glaring instances may be cited, although there are many others on record. In the Birkfeldt filter case the facts briefly stated are as follows: The clay which is used in the production of these filters is found only in Germany. The filter Is the only one known that Is wholly satisfactory for the filtration of antitoxins and for that purpose It is in medical research work, in laboratories, In hospitals and by phyAn American firm of imsicians. cm-ploy- ed The Hibernians of AnhlnTwl rlnnnil the year with one of the best meete, ings ever nearly every member being present. This was In a measure duo to the fact that Thomas Howard, Sr., President and a pillar of the order, would be present and install tho officers of Division 1 and thn Trips' Auxiliary. Dlirlnir tho nwtilnr- - ctlr. ring talks wero made by Messrs. J. a. uuraiss, t. m. Howard, Sr., and held-ther- ncers installed were: President Frank T. McGllnchy. Vice President John B. BnriHss. Sr. Howard, PlirMp. wlilnli pronto,! much good feeling. Tho division of-- Financial Secretary b porters ordered a supply of theso Biters prior to March 1, 1915, and filed an application for their release from Rotterdam, complying exactly with thfe requirements of the- British Government. The caso hung fire for months, being delayed on one pretest or another. In the interval an English there came a letter-fromanufacurer offering to supply the American firm with niters, for scientific use, and claiming superiority for his article over the Birkfeldt ono. This offer was followed by others from different British manufacturers, showing that Information about the order for the Birkfeldt filter had "leaked" and that the British manufacturers wero endeavoring to make use of it to introduce their goods Into this market. Another case Is that of an order for $1,000 worth of glass scientific instruments for research work at the Rockefeller Institute. Theso goods, after much effort, wero Teleased. But the British Embassy added to tho letter authorizing their liberation substantially this statement "Similar goods may be bought as cheaply in England and it is confidently expected that future orders for them will bo placed with British manufacturers, which will avoid such delays as applicant has erperienced." This was signed bj the British Ambassador. These and similar Instances show that tho 'nformatlon obtained from American importers is not hold In confident b the British authorities, but in some way gets to manufacturers and exporters, who use it to further their own trade. Not only has England practically killed the business of our Importers from Germany and Austria but she has also stopped all exports from tho United States to either of these belligerents. As a consequence neutral lines of steamers plying to Europe, rather than have their vessels held up, searched and cargoes confiscated, refuse to accept in this country any goods intended for enemies of Groat Britain, and will not carry goods that are not certlfiod by tho British Consuls in America. While Great Britain is suggesting to American merchants that they should buy from British, sources instead of from Germany or Austria, she is also restricting exports from the United States to neutral countries to an extent that suggests that sho is endeavoring to force Importers In neutral European countries to order American goods from British dealers, who in turn order them from America, and make a wax profit on them. This has been charged repeatedly, and there 1b confirmation of this charge in the rapid recovery trade, which of the British m re-exp- Recording Secretary E. J .Clin ton. Sergeant-at-ArmJohn Mulligan. Treasurer Martin Holmes. Sentinel Walter Cheap. Chairman Standing Commlttpo Thomas Howard, Sr. Following are the auxiliary offiB Jr. Thomas M. cers- President Mrs. James O'Neil. Vire President Miss Mario O'Neil. Financial Secretary Mrs. Thomas M. Howard, Jr. Recording Secretary Mrs. Mat thew Collins. Treasurer Mrs. John Burdlss, Sr. s Mrs. William Mlstress-at-Arm- Weber. Sr. Sentinel Mrs. Thomas Howard. Affnr thn InctnllnMnn rflfroolimonta were served and a pleasant hour en joyed by all. MOBILE GETTING READY. Tho place for holding tho national convention of tho Catholic Knights of America will bo Mobile, Ala., as will be seen from the following letter frOnr that city: At the meeting of both branches of the Catholic Klnghts of America of this city, held las night, it was decided that an organization to han dle tho supreme convention of the order, which will bo held hero In May, 1916, should bo organized. It was stated that this was ono of the most enthusiastic meetings held In some time, and that It was the unanimous sentiment of all present to proceed at once with arrangements for tho caring of the guests. The follow ing committee to plan the affair was appointed: Messrs. John A. Hughes, Chairman; Frank J. Thompson, Secretary; Edward G. Dreaper, Treasur er, and George A. Sullivan, ChairCommittee. man of the Financo These committeemen havo planned to work hard and arrange many ways of entertaining the visitors. They will hold frequent meetings and discuss their progress, which will be reported through tho press. CONCORDIA. Tho Concordia Singing Society on of Louisville's oldest and most successful musical organizations, on fifty-nint- h Tuesday night celebrated tho anniversary of the founding of the society. Henry Bosquet and Adam Miller were presented diplomas membership And adfor a fifteen-yea- r dresses were delivered by President Julius Holzknecht, Fred J. Echsner, Joseph Hubbuch, Alios Ullrich and J, Mueller. A number of songs wero suns during the social hour that fol ' lowed. near carrying this district because of the big vote then given Teddy. As forecasted in these columns, Mayor Buschemeyer appointed John J. Barry as Wharfmaster to succeeu Frank Dugan, Circuit Prospects Being Much Discussed and this appointment is pleasing to Will Not Solve Moving Ousts American Bed Cross While Picture overy man in the local Democratic Mexico's Poor People in Both Leading ranks, and especially the ward and Problem on Educational precinct workers, who realize and Starve. Parties. Side. . appreciate tho splendid work in past elections of the Fourth and Fmn ward leader. It Is truly a reward & Soup Stations Close Just as Itoosovclt Stcaliug''way With of merit and the Mayor's appoint- Shows of the Bight Type ment Is ratified by a unanimous Are a. Money From United States Nomination of .Republican vote of tho "boys In the trenches." Valued Asset to Any ComTho Late Pontiff Adhered to the Tho position pays $2,400 a year. Was on Way'. Party. munity. Circuit Clerk Frank Dugan has Same Policy,' ns Leo and announced his list of deputies and Benedict. his office roster will bo as follows: Circuit Wilson Will Havo Hard Task Deputy, Clerk, Frank Dugan: Chief Bring Back Something The Light Crops of This Year Louis Stein; Assistant to of Family Clerk, John A. Duffy; Clerk Crim With Another Opponent Point to Even Greater Amusement For Old and inal division, Joseph Heenan; ChanRoman Question an Important Than Teddy. Distress. cery branch, First division, James Young. Prolilcm Wllich Europe W. Bryan; Chancery branch, second Must Solve. division, Joseph W. Hunt; Common Pleas branch, First division, John JOHN J. BARRY WHARFMASTER Lally; Common Pleas, Second divisOUTLOOK APPEARS MOST GRAVE ion, M. O. Porter; Common Pleas, THREE SOLUTIONS ARE OFFERED Third division, Fred Nichols; ComMatter of Independence of the mon Pleas, Fourth division, Morse Holy Sec Can Scarcely Be The prospective nominees for English; Suit Clerk, George Butler; After conducting relief work for Assistant, Henry Evaded. President this year In the two lead- Edward Dalton. Nitzken; Collector, Legislation will not solve the several months in' Mexico, in reIs now ing parties an uppermost moving picture problem on the edusponse to an appeal from tho people cational side. It will simply help subject In all of the States and both FATHER RILEY'S JUBILEE. of that country, the American Red d of tho in tho solution of Cross has recently withdrawn at SOLUTION WILL BENEFIT WORLB tlio Democratic and Republican parpicture The moving Arrangements for the banquet Droblem. o ties are in a tangle. The roquest of Gen. Carranza. This the Republicans aro much agitated over which the citizens of Shelbyvlllo will problem consists of three parts: request came just at a time when the Roosevelt boom Which was give on Monday evening, January First, keeping out from exhibition increased relief funds wero available 10, In honor of Rev. Father John H. all immoral pictures and pictures from the American public, including Not the least of the important Riley, in connection with tho cele- which incite to crime; second, keepa special appropriation from the problems which Europe must enbration by his parish of the twenty-fift- h ing from children of an ImpressionRockefeller foundation. This re- deavor to solve at tho conclusion of anniversary of his ordination able age pictures haunful to them quest came with assurance from tho as a priest and the tenth anniversary by forming wrong ideals but not is the vital and conflict harmful to adults; Mexican Government that adequate the present Roman question. The of his pastorate of tho Church of particularly third, preventing the excessive uso plans for the relief of suffering wero Imperative the Independence of the tho Annunciation in that city, are of type of boing carried out and that tho Red matter beginning to tako on definite form, of tho moving picture as achildren. Holy See can scarcely bo evaded. amusement for growing Cross was no longer needed. In the Whether they will or not, tho conbut the full programmo will not bo Legislation providing for local middle of October, when the Red ference of tho powers will almost announced before next week. The boards of censorship will help solve Cross agent, Charles J. O'Connor, certainly havo to concern them Committee on Speakers reported that tho first part of the problem by inleft Mexico City, however, he felt selves with this unsettled problem, Gov. A. O. Stanley has accepted an suring National Board by thot tho situation was, serious. He the DroDer solution of which will Invitation to preside as toastmaster making in feature films not had found that the official record of not only mean benefit for the respond to "Our Common- handled by National Board, and by and burials In ono cemetery in the early church but the welfare or Europe wealth." Other distinguished men carrying out local Ideas on tho part of August gave starvation as as well. A number of continental who havo already sent in their ac moral values of tho pictures. tl the cause of 8 per cent, of the law experts, especially Fillppo ceptances to invitations to respond Tho conditions of tho moving picIn Italy, havo shown of late deaths. How the lack of food with to tho toasts assigned them aro tho ture business must bo remembered. of help of typhus has swelled the how untenable the break-dow- n tho Hon. Edwin iP. Morrow, of Somer- Tho attendance of moving plcturo has death rate may be gathered from tho tho law of guarantees Tito mado tho set; the Hon. E. J. McDermott and shows is a big thing for the chil present present situation. deaths In tho Federal district. .In Judge Frank Peake, of Louisville; dren, but tho attendance of children early Ootober the daily number of Pontiff, because of the many presstho Hon. Harry Schoberth, of Ver is a small Item in moving plcturo ing necessities of tho time, has 'ssssssHf MmnmW deaths was about 300 In a population wisely refrained from pushing forsailles, and tho Hon. William E. business. Investigation in several of about 700,000. Tho normal num- ward this matter until tho proper Dowllng, of Lawrenceburg. Others cities has shown that week in and or a death ber used to bo eighty-onare yet to bo heard from, and sev- week out tho attendance of children arrlv(e for its considforty. The death rate moment will the same time he has rate of about The New Wharfmaster. eral local speakers will bo added to under fourteen jears of ago is only eration. At In early October was thus in thfc not departed one lota from the hisIs tho purpose of the about 20 per cent, out of a total atneighborhood of 150 to 1C0, or ten toric position of his predecessors. In sprung by Wall street at tho Gary the list. It charge to issue about tendance of all classes of moving committee in times that of Now York City. fact it is most interesting to note dinner, and unless the other leading 200 invitations to personal friends picture houses. It is of course neighborhood Conservative estimates place tho how harmoniously his views accord candidates for the Republican nom- of the guest of honor In different higher in a n number of people living on charity with those of tho 'beloved Plus and ination, Borah, Cummins and Fair sections of the country, many of picture house than In a in some form a's at least 100,000, how this policy In turn coincides banks, combine their interests, them men of distinction In tho va- picture house. Now wo can not exand probably as high as 200,000. with the unmistakable position of Teddy will steal away with tho rious walks of life. Theso added to pect moving plcturo men to run Money of tho Constitutionalist Gov- Leo XIII. nomination In the coming conven- - the 100 men from Shelby county, their business for tho benefit of In Uiq r Vienna tloruat- Chicago- - . . ernment was worth.only a, small-pa- rt t 'form a omtfif th j.Jhelratrons although, The Bull Moose strength which notable company, hostsr"wlll largest the attendance of that of its face value, $15,000 being equal Relchspost, the great Catholic paand tho to about $1,000 of United States per of Austria, with one of tho has floated back into tho Republi- over assembled In Shelbyvlllo on any since they aro children, may bo thq, haa can tanks is openly espousing tho most Important part to society, Cardinals who currency. A small loaf of bread prominent similar occasion. A feature of this Curia sold for $1, a larger olaf for $2, and worked in the Roman us an under Rough Rider's cause, and with this banquet is that It originated with owing to the influence on charinter- as an asset it is most probable that tho late Pontiff, gives acter. The problem Is to prevent a cake of soap for $1. Yet wages esting insight into the attitude of he Is tho strongest man from an in- and will be financed by men who are children from seeing pictures which substantially tho old were paid on shows dividual standpoint, and just as not members of Father Riley's con- aro mushy or which present wrong question. It Pius X. on values a laborer receiving about us, too, in a the surprising manner how gregation, but who hold him In high Industry was paralyzed keenly the great church reformer stated above, if the same is not regard both as a man and a priest, Ideals of action. $1 a day. There aro three solutions of thl3 realized by the different contenders and even where Jobs could bo had understood tho situation in Europe. Roosevelt is assured of success. Tho whom they delight to honor. problem. First, children's days may It was not surprising that men re- As Patriarch of Venico, tho then Chicago Tribune describes tho situabo arranged in moving plcturo fused to work at such a wage. Tho Cardinal Sarto, in the course of AVEAKEXING. RePATRIOTS "flabbergasted" in shows possibly on Friday afterforesight of Americans and other several festivities, had occasion to tion as ranks, and at this tho noons and evenings, if children aro distance foreigners had led them to buy large come Into contact with members of publican is fairly applied. The only the term Tho American Citizen, ono of tho permitted to attend in tho evonlngj supplies of corn and beans last the Italian royal family, which fact solution Is for a caucus of tho oldest A. P. A. papers In existence, Tho programmes may bo picked out January. These they used for their at the time of his elevation to tho leaders which will enablo has been attached by tho Sheriff of by somo ono selected by the school families and employes, selling small Pontificate gave rise to tho rumor them to unite on their strongest Rochester, N. Y., on a suit to re- board. Moving plcturo men are genquantities to the latter at a low that the Pope would seek closer re candidate. cover $243. C3 duo for rent. When erally ready to in this, Time price. But for this forehanded lations with tho Quirlnal. Tho Kentucky Irish American last part of tho plant was found just as an advertising plan. Tho many office clerks, store sales- proved how absolutely mistaken this week in roviewlng the situation attached action in a freight car ready to bo shipped tc&dency of such special days Is to men and factory operatives would idea had been, for though Pius did from a Democratic standpoint stated to Philadelphia, where tho proprie- bunch tho attendance of tho chilkept not Insist upon an immediate con- that President Wilson was not as tor? hoped to resume publication as dren on tho days when theso prohave starved. Some employers situation, of their employes on their pay rolls at clusion not the irritating be known strong as ho was a year ago, and the organ of the Stoneman, a now grammes come. It will not of courso fail to let it ho did this opinion has been commented "dark lantern" organization which keep children away at other times. much sacrifice. as to his views on the matter. upon pretty freely, many being of When the Red Cross agent went "Pius X.", as his former assistant tho Opinion that it is not too lato has been formed in that city and Its advantage is that it can bo earring nlt wIMlnllf n pnnaMnrnhla naf from Vera Cruz to Mexico City it in the Curia tells the Relchspost, took a prominent part In the recent was some weeks before supplies "was far removed from minimizing to chooso another standard-bearemunicipal eelctlon, only to suffer a of special installation of moving could be brought in because of the tho Roman question In tho midst while others say tho time for mak- stinging defeat. The American Cit- picture apparatus In school build- fighting lines around tho city. For of tho religious labors of his Pon- ing a chango has passed and that izen some time ago merged with tho ings. A second method Is to prepare tho early Red Cross relief $18,000 tificate. Much to tho contrary, ho the Democratic party will nave to Peril, which was formerly puglished was available. With a largo part of concerned himself very Intensely sink or swim with Wilson as tho at Wllkesboro, N. C, tho merger be- and havo published In tho papers nominee. The writer can hardly this money a supply of "chick pea" with tho question of. tho complete agree with the Evening Post, which ing affected only after the Peril had a white list of films appearing each By falling to mention bad day. was purchased. This vegetable Is Independence of the Holy See. As endeavored to locate In Louisville, statement to not eaten very much In Mexico, but if he had had a presentiment of tho In replying saida "that the or tho a fac simile of the letter requesting films no advertisement Is given to of this Tho shortcomings Is exported to Spain, whore It Is war troubles of tho ensuing years, Fatherland, do not vote as a unit and financial support being puglished in them. known as garbanzza. With this sup- tho Pope ever greatly feared that have not in tho past." It is hardly the columns of the Kentucky Irish method Is that good films may bo ones. in ply, which the owner had not been tho law of guarantees would in tho fair in summing this up to cite past American. It will only bo a short mixedthird with bad Is by tho introA solution able to export, and with somo meat decisive moment show Itself inap- elections, as they can not be ac- time until the bigots behind, tho propriate and worthless. At tho cepted as a criterion. There has duction of moving plcturo apparatus and vegetables, a soup was prepared same movement will turn on ono another speschools and churches awaro for distribution through eight sta- of thotime, Pius X. was well of tho never been a uko case, so to speaK, and expose past and present schemes. Into programmes of pictureswith selected fact that tho 'how' cial In various parts of tho city and tions believing This is tho history of every A. P. A. with caro for their Interest jmd Roman question was the four In tho suburbs. About 30,000 solution of tho darkness. The Pope's that they have been wronged as a revival. in great wholesomeness. This gives comdally veiled of a solution did not liters of soup wero distributed hope rest on people .by the President during tho plete control of the programme. It to 15,000 families. on European war controversy, and it theoretical propositions nor WATCHMAN STRICICEX. would tend to draw children away From all groups In tho community diplomatic deliberations on Interna- can bo taken for granted that they from moving plcturo housost - althe Red Cross received splendid co- tional contracts. Plus X. declared will voto moro as a unit than at any would not prevont their Patrick Keenehan, aged seventy- - though operation. As many as 1,000 volun- that in splto of the present uncer- other time In their history. Thon Avo nnrT fnr nvor thirty Years a attendingIt regular houses and thou clubs, tainty the solution of the Roman again tho Wilson policy in Moxieu night watchman on Main street, was teer Investigators from sands would go every week as churches, tho foreign colonies and question would come automatically has been an unpopular one. '' rec- stricken with paralysis aionuay It would meet moro opposl-organizations ren- as a work of Divine Providence, In ognition of Carranza being a griev- night at tho Southern National tion from tho proprietor of tho various sorts of applica- a wav that would render Insignifi- ous mistake, and that this Is true is rtnnir TTn won dered efficient service. The discovered by small moving picture houses, who tions of about 27,000 families were cant all previous attempts at a solu- seen in tho attitude of Roosevelt, George Wilson, who summoned a could not afford to lose any considwho, always ready to take tho pop- physician anu private amDuiance, i erable portion of even approved and about 14,000 applica- tion." h of Thus is revealdd tho singular ular side of an Issue, has already which he was removed to his homo, their patronage. The managers of tions wcrp ponding. It Is estimated widely advertised his disapproval of 518 South Sixth street. An exam- the big houses frequently foresight who was that probably 150,000 people needed sneeringly of tho Pope bo of tho tho administration's Mexican policy. ination showed that Mr. Keenehan's In enforcing laws keeping children relief. Such a number could have poorest of declared to But summing It all up, and unless right side had been affected. The out after certain hours and might diplomats. It stands kept alive for from $30,000 been In such competitive film to $40,000 a month. Cordial rela- forth, in striking contrast to the ruin there Is a miraculous change in the last report was that Ho was resting tho great exhibitions, for tho simple reason tions were early established with the and chaos whichhavo brought states- opinions of the leaders,of Wilson will nicely and would recover, tho Demothat tho attendance of children is International Charity Committee, or- men of Europe it forms the upon again be tho nominee That basis crats, and in all probability Roose- CONVENTION OF IRISnBACE. not a largo item. g themselves. ganized by foreign residents of the present Papal policy Is in- velt will carry the Republican standA third educational difficulty and seventeen nationalities. The Joseph McLaughlin, of Philadeln encouraging. In his will divide tho method of this committee was to sell deed situation last June,expressions ard. This vote, as both candidates phia, National President of tho a very important ono in tho use of on the the Papal and moving pictures is food at low cost, but it had difficulty Secretary of State, Cardinal Gaspari. will be unfavorable from their Ancient Order ofof Hibernians, pub- that it leads to anwith . children of , excessive uso Now York, In obtaining supplies. It was asked practically Robert E. Ford, tho thoughts of point of viow and tho is3uo then tho passive forms of recreation by the Constitutionalist Government Plus X. Tho Pope, ho told us, tho American people will bo lisher of tho Irish World, aro tho to discontinue tho work about tho "thinks first of tho miseries of tho "war or peace," with the latter an signatures to a lengthy call sent out Character is not built chiefly by sitCharaiA United ting and watching time tho request was mado to tho peoples of Europe and then of him odds-o- n favorite, insuring Wilson's to IrishtoorganizauJns in the conven- ter Is a bundle of things. and is habits attend a national States Rod Cross. self." In his role of election in November. as which has not foimed by doing things. tion, Tho relief work of tho Mexican tho Pope could not in tho very be Roosovolt's position was aptly yet the date for paragraph from instruction is not tho wholoJust eduof been set. Ono a definite pro- stated by the late Honoy-Bo- y Evans, Government was well planned, but It ginning outline cation, so the passive forms of recwas not adequately supported. It gramme In regard to the solution of the minstrel man, in which ho told the call explains the object of tho reation not a among other things, for tho question without unduly an his audience "that if Roosevelt was convention: "An atrocious war of part in should life. boTho predominant provided, child ticipating tho course or events and President the war would done bo Intimidation is now progressing in this is tho building up solution of the salo of food at low prices from of an adennd Ireland Government stores. For lack of sup- tho designs of Dlvlno Providence. over," and after a pause bo would Great Britain and all tho with all quate recreation system, which will ancient furnish plies theso sometimes closed, how- Nat at all has he thought of the add "over hero." From a Kentucky the old fury other forms of more active with the Democratic cruelty. The slanders and sneers recreation which will more gen- ever, within a few days after they Indoflnlto postponement of the mat- - standpoint flung English of opened or had for salo only part of tor. In due time can wo hope to party in power in State and Gov- in tho faces ofare revived and tho the helpless people, uiiwijr juuuenco cnaractor. attitude firmly anMoreover see the Papal wo can also to some ernment offices Wilson would bo and the Intolerance and bigotry tho articles advertised. nounced, and POSITION AT FRANKFORT. tho poor often did not have the degree bellevo that that attitude given a big majority, while right which placed the stigma of inhero in the Fifth district Congressmoney to buy oven at the low price. will be the final ono adopted by the man Sherley, who in all probability feriority upon our raco boforo tho Miss Alice Clasby, daughter of Mr. At tho time of tho request to with- Powers of Europe. C. B. of C. V. public opinion of the world is again will be tho nominee for and Mrs. Frank Clasby, will leave draw, tho Red Cross, after a period would sweep tho district. But in being flaunted insultingly." Repre- Monday for ! of uncertainty as to whether funds Frankfort, where she CALLED TO CINCINNATI, tho event Wilson is given the nom sentatives aro asked from divisions will tako a position as stenographer would be supplied by the American ination and is opposed by somo old of the A. O. H clubs of tho people, was planning a, renewal of its 'branches of the United in the office of the Cleric of the Dr. J. J. Connolly, of Fourth and line Republican who steers clear of work on a largo scale. Tho with- L streets, was on Thursday called the war question and advocates Irish League, Irish historical socie- v,iiurt oi Appeals. Miss Clasby Irf a drawal necessitated the abandonment to Cincinnati on account of the seri- "back to prosperity" the Democrats ties, Irish National Foresters, etc. graduate of Holy Name school, where pf the soup stations, except in a few ous illness of his uncle, Maurice will have to hump themselves and The call says "there is more need v tcwoneu uign nonors. she has cases where neighborhood commit- Reardon. As soon as the patient's the Congressional nominee will have now for a congress of the race than mo ue.sr. wisnes or uer many Lout tees took: them over, The poor crops condition will ,permlt he will be a time to wln as four years ago at any time since the Land League riue inenas anu acquaintances on the Bull movement was inaugurated." of this year point to even greater brought to Louisville for treatment. when an .unknown uer new location. CARRANZA distress and starvajtloti in the months ahead, and the normal planting was not done owing to'ttho fear of farmers that the soldiers would take everything they cotild and that there would bo difficulty in selling produce: The outlook appears to be extremely grave. r PRESIDENTIAL LEGISLATION Clerk-elec- t, HOLY SEE. - I 1- - one-thir- old-lin- cut-ou- ts cut-ou- ts Crls-opl- e, down-tow- " - .- who-willbe- tho one-fift- h, anti-Roosev- elt r, German-America- ns German-America- ns bo-fo- re. 1 one-fift- -- rcpre-sentlp- German-America- ed bo-fo- re poace-mak- er Clan-na-Ga- JKDBTPTJOJKY IJEIS,II KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. EVERY SATURDAY. Jsretee to the Social and Moral XivMcmcmnt of Irisk Aaerkra and Cflrollc Offielally Indorsed by Aacleat Order of Hlberalans, Yoang Men's Institute aad Catholic Kalghti of America, PUBLISHED SUBSCRIPTION Miss Gussle Blandford was last week the guest of Miss Mary Mackln A1UKJ&J3LT&AJU:. Always the Best KENTUCKY IRISH AMKBIOAN PH1MTINQ CO.,Icorportd, Publlhf Miss Halllo Crawley was a holiday SINQLE COPY BC PRICE, ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR visitor at Lancaster, the guest of Swqnd-ClMrs. Michael Hayes. BnUrtd t tkl.ujtaa Ptottlc nttr. West dreea St. AMreM cH CoBauaUiHoai to the KINTVCIr HKSH AMERICAN, Miss Mary Elizabeth Campbell was host Tuesday morning at a most pleasant 500 party. m 319-2- at Springfield. For ILcss. J.BiEES0N INCORPORATED Severity Years Under the Same Name. 1 Sheets, Bedspreads and Pillow Cases BEDSPREADS We have only 1 case of these spreads and they are full bed size and hemmed ready for use; an 89c spread; at the speOOc cial price, each HEMMED SHEETS PILLOW CASES These are large size spreads These sheets are size 72x90 They are hemmed ready for either scalloped or fringed; inches; they aro a 40c quality; uso and size 42x36 Inches; a they aro mado for metal beds specially priced in this sale at, 10c pillow case, at each 8o and are a good value at the each 32c regular prlco of $1.75; special PILLOW CASES price, each $1.37 HEMSTITCHED SHEETS Either hemmed or hemstitched BEDSPREADS and made of good muslin; sizo Theso sheets aro also size 72x 42x36 inches;, sale price, 90 inches and aro a 50c qualspreads These aro fringed each ity; special at, each 12 c 30c mado for use on metal beds; they are large bed size and PILLOW CASES worth $1.39; we have only 1 HEMMED SHEETS Mado of extra good quality case to sell at, each $1.10 These sheets aro size 81x90 muslin and hemmed ready for Inches; they aro made of good BEDSPREADS use; size 42x36 inches; an muslin and are worth 69c; 18c pillow case, at each a'ro fine scalloped These 15c sale price, each 50c spreads in an extra large size; PILLOW CASES they aro made for use on HEMMED SHEETS metal beds and are an extra Made off fine muslin and hemMado of extra good cotton and special value at stitched; they are worth 19c; $2.25 seamless; they aro size 81x90 sale price, each 150 BEDSPREADS inches and are a 79c sheet; PILLOW CASES sale price, each 00c Theso are satin damask spreads with scalloped edges; These aro hemmed em- they are largo bed size and aro HEMSTITCHED SHEETS broldered pillow cases; they for uso on metal beds; they are Made of extra good quality are sizo 45x36 inches; 65c worth up to $4.50; special at, sheeting quality; and size on 81x90 salo at, per each $2.08 inches; an 89c sheet for. 75c pair ..50c I TRADES iffigTj COUNCIL Miss Geneva Alderson has as her New Year's guest Miss Marguerite McConnell, of St. Louis. BEDSPREADS Capt .John J. Lyons, one of the Democratic leaders in Indiana, is ill United States. Two views have been of rheumatism in New Albany. GREETING. BEDSPREADS prominently put forth. According to Mrs. V. Wellington was a recent extra quality are These patrons wo one notion labor will be so scarco To our friends and visitor at Bardstown, the guest of spreads hemmed ready for wish a happy and prosperous new and wages so high in Europo that I. J. Cotton and Mrs. Perry Bean. use; they aro worth $1.25; year, and for all good health and few will want to come to America priced In this at, sale Miss Sue Goerlng has been spendeach continued success, both spiritually at the close of the war. The other $1.00 holidays with her grandparand materially. Let us all pray view has it that men wil come In ing the and Mrs. L. C. Goerlng, at BEDSPREADS ents, Mr. that peace will bless our country and thousands to escape the crushing Hawesville. only of these case One that the disastrous European war burdens of taxation that the war spreads; they come in MarMiss Minnie Murray, of Clifton, may soon end. must bring in Its train. The Chamseilles patterns and are mado next week for large size beds; worth ber of Commerce of the United will return Is spending from Latonla, the holidays where she $1.75; on sale at, each....S1.3T cilristmas. States, which includes leading busi- with relatives. ness men and business associations BEDSPREADS Christmas was observed In Louis- from every section of the country, Miss Virginia Kraft is here from These are large size damask ville with true religious spirit and is going to try out a plan for get- Nashville to be with her parents, bedspreads; they are hemmed Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kraft, until more generally than ever before. ting ready for use; a $3.00 spread; real Information concerning after the holidays. streets to sell at the special price Long before 5 o'clock the immigration, instead of Of $2.20 were filled with people wending their relying on speculations as to Miss Alice Miller arrived last what week from Nashville to be the holiway to the Catholic churches, and may BEDSPREADS come to pass. The plan seems day guest of parents, Mr. and when the priests ascended the altars to have been suggested by the pas- Mrs. John H. her Miller. These aro extra lino satin mass there was not one senger traffic manager of for the first damask spreads in assorted dethe LackMr. and Mrs. Edward F. Frless edifice that was not filled. And the awanna railroad. signs; they are largo bed size It is the experi- spent Xmas with Mrs. Frless' and aro worth $3.50; sale same may be said of the masses that ence of his company that about mother and brother, William J. price, each $2.50 followed later. At the orphan asythe immigrants coming into its Coakley, in Portland. lums, hospitals, homes and other territory have had their transportaMiss Mary O'Connor, 1713 Catholic institutions there were joytion paid for by relatives in this street, has as her guest for the Bank holious ceelbrations, and the collections country, if that is a fair assump- day season her cousin, for the poor children were generous. tion an inquiry in America in the O'Connor, of Indianapolis. John R. AXMIXSTER RUGS AXMIXSTER RUGS DRAPERY SCRIMS Louisville certalny had a merry right quarters BUXGALOW NET would indicate whethTheso are dropped patterns of Mr. and Mrs. Leo C. Schuhmann Christmas, a day of sunshine without er a large Immigration movement In three different patterns of These are fast color drapery rugs made by Sanford and This is a nice quality of and family have been spending the XY ? rain or snow. dropped designs; they are scrims in a number of attracHartford; size 36x72 inches, is now preparing or not. Railroad week with Mrs. Schuhmann's mother, bungalow net in 45 and made in soft, rich colorings and sell regularly for $4.00; tive patterns; they are 1 yard ticket agents and steamship agents Mrs. Ludorff, at Indianapolis. widths; the regular price WHOSE cnoioE? special price, each $3.75 and are worth regularly $22.-5wide and sell regularly are In a specially favorablo position for is 60c; special at, per yd....25c WILTOX RUGS Phil Kelly returned Wednesday price, each $20.00 15c; priced at, per yard 10c A local Baptist paper cYltlcises the to get Information of the kind need- from an extended triD to Olclnlmmn LACE CURTAIXS These are tho best rugs mado 4 so it Is proposed to gather Texas, ) Arkansas and Louisiana, Catholic press for protesting against ed and TABLE COVERS for wear; we have them In a AXMIXSTER RUGS Made with double and twisted variety of beautiful patterns; the where he visited his relatives. says from such agents throughout the recognition of Carranza and In the best quality made; These are reversible damask size 36x63 inches; tho regular thread and lockstitch edgo; that is proof sufficient' that the Cath- country answers to these and sim Mrs. Benjamin Glldehaus, these are dropped patterns in price table covers with fringe all is special $7.00; they are 3 and 3 yards long money being East Elm street. New Albany, 1508 questions: Is olic church Is in politics. If pro- ilar nine different designs; size 9x price en$5.50 around; size tho regular and wo have only 2 or 3 of a 12 feet; regular $27.50 qualtesting against the murder of priests saved now to buy transportation for tertained at dinner Wednesday in TAPESTRY BRUSSELS RUGS price is special $1.50; pattern; worth $2.25; special ity; wo are selling them at honor and the outrages of nuns is political possible European immigrants? Do cadet. of Earl Knoob, a West Point Theso are good quality seamprice less than the manufacturer's $1.00 price, per pair $1.50 the belligerent naIn character, then Catholics will the letters from less rugs In three dlffeernt patprice today; our prlce....$10,50 terns to select from; size 9x12 CRETOXXES LACE CURTAIXS have to plead guilty. The above tions received In your section indiJohn D. Holland, the well known feet; they aro worth $14.00; PRIXTED LINOLEUM This material Baptist editor further argues that cate an unusual Interest in America? Postal operator, has christened his makes lovely special in this sale at... .$12.50 This is a fine lot of odd curIn am endless variety of patOf those who talk of coming, are latest arrival Louis Bertrand Holand we have it Carranza Is the popular choice of tains; with 2 or 3 pairs of a IX LAID LINOLEUM terns; this is tho new process land, In honor of the Dominican pattern; they are made with in a variety of pretty patterns; Mexico, but fails to concede that the farmers or artisans predominant? church. In wood and tile patterns with linoleum and will outwear any double and twisted thread and from 3 to 10 yards in a piece; colors through to back; the lowest character In Mexico would Are many going to Europe to look printed linoleum made; reglockstitch edgo and are 3 and regular price is $1.19; special regular price 25c; special at, ular price 50c; sale price. Der staafter relatives? It Is conceivable have arrived at Carranza's high Michael Finnegan, who is attend3 yards long; worth up to price, per square yard square yard $1.00 per yard 45C igc tion with the backing furnished by that a comprehensive Inquiry of the ing school at Madison, Ind., Is spend$3.50; per pair. $2.50 the holidays with his parents, Wilson's administration, allowing the kind proposed may throw a great ing and Mrs. Mr. Dan Finnegan, in exportation of ammunition to his deal of light on the problem of Immigration. troops and granting his armies perMrs. Blanche Shelley RECEXT DEATHS. mission to cross through United and Mrs. THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT Kate Shelley Newman will give a LOOKED OX AS AXAItCHY. States territory. ij. TRuf, the sixteen- New Year's tea this afternoon in Miss Mary daughter of William and Washington correspondents last honor of Mrs. Charles Jones, of year-ol- d CRITICS OP WILSON. Clara Ruf, 719 Lampton street, was week gave a fair statement of tho Portland, Ore. laid to rest Monday morning, her Carranza Idea of religious liberty, President Wilson's course In Mrs. Frank Burke and Miss Jean funeral taking place from St. John's ing with the countries now at war which seems to bo the absolute ex- Burke, of Jeffersonville, have as church. Her death on Christmas nas not pleased many in his own tinction of tho church, tho banish- their holiday guests Frank Burke, of evo brought great sorrow to her Indianapolis, and George Maurrer. parents and relatives, as she was party. There are signs of strong ment of clergy and religious, and the of San a girl whoso pleasing traits made Francisco. of church property. opposition developing in Congress, confiscation her a favorite among her young and to what lengths it may lead President Wilson and his Cabinet Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin F. KHng friends and associates. These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Louisville. before the next election can be only may be able to dovetail tho Carranza and children, who spent several Catering especially to Ladies and Children. John Moore, aged sixty-ondays with Mrs. Kling's sister, Miss a vaguely conjectured. That the plan with their own conception of Carrie Somerflold, in Under the same management. Presenting only the standAurora, Ind., well known resident of the West All the late aad new Styles and Shapes American people will hold the Presi- American religious liberty, but there have returned to Louisville. End and former member of the loard prodnctions, historic, dramatic and comic. are others, and they are by no means cal fire department, died Thursday cn be found hare at reasonable price. dent to "strict accountability" for Joseph P. HInes, Secretary to morning at his home, 2026 Lytle tho course he has pursued in dealing all Catholics, who look upon the Congressman Swagar Sherley, has street, following a stroke of paras puro anarchy. method with tho European belligerents Is taWIHlfflfflffifflHlKKIfflfflflgffl been here on a holiday visit to his alysis. Ho Is survived by his wlfo Com-Cel-S;IA&K&S tho prediction of a number of Senar parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. and one son, Robert T. Mooro. The WHY XOT? funeral will bo held this Saturday Hines, 1023 South Sixth street. ators, Democrats as well as Repubafternoon from St. Cecilia's church, licans, who are preparing to submit The United States Supremo Court Walter Biggins, of Mobile, has of which the deceased was long a to the country an analysis of the The Great Stomach, Kidney nas decided that the law of 1912, been spending the week here at- faithful member. results of the administration's fortending the annual vear-eiWe respectfully request our patrons to leave mn. Liver and John Monahan, aged thirty-threeign policy. The Senators who are under which it is unlawful to import vontion of salesmen for the Louismoving picture films of prize fights, ville Varnish Company and visiting died Sunday at the residence of his their orders for Holiday Candies as soon as planning a vigorous attack on the parents, his parentt, President's foreign policy include id constitutional. Why can't the M. Higglns. Mr. and Mrs. William han, 511Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Monapossible and avoid the rush of the last few days. West Hill . street. For these two counts In their indict- same law be applied to vulgar photoyears ho had been with tho B. F. plays that not only offend Christians Miss Jane Violet and Will Sheri- Avery Company, and nino weeks ago ment: of all denominations, but axe degrad- dan were married by the Rev. Father was iuKen in wan President Wilson has failed to locomotor ataxia. O'Connor at the rectory of Holy Besides his parents ho leaves a An Ideal Tonic and Body stop British depredations upon ing to the youth of tho country? iiuuiu vuurcii, ana are spenumg a brother, Benjamin Monahan, and two Builder. American commerce and has tolerat England's Cabinet Ministers have week will Lexington. On returning sisters, Misses Margaret and May they ated British violations of Interna reside with Mrs. J. Sheri- Monahan. LegallyGuaranteedto satHis funeral was held 230 West Market. 219 West Jefferson. declared for compulsory military dan, of 4908 South Third street. Tuesday morning from St. Louis tional law and British breach of isfy you or money refunded. aMi8tfraMKffliKlfflKIl1KKtt3 service, which means conscription. church. American neutrality to an extent Miss Grace and J. One dollar for 3 boxes. that brands his administration as For the smooth passage of the bill it Griffin Carlisle Marie Kirn united in Creel were Martin Kelly, a well known mais possible the measure will not ap marriage last Monday eevning and chinist, who returned to this city Qn sale at all drug stores. Although all tho beligerents are ply to Ireland. Tho case of Ireland immediately following tho ceremony eighteen months ago from the Canal ignoring International law, he has is exceptional, since registration left for a bridal tour East. The Zone, where he had been employed Mrs. brido is and Mrs. singled out the Teutonic empires there has only been carried ont in a Edward a daughter of Mr. Magnolia for some years until his health be away Elizabeth Bowman, who passed on Christmas night, was gan falling, died early Wednesday at partial manner and there has been no street, F. Kirn, of East to hold to "strict accountability," and has popular in tho homo of his sister, Mrs. Mary held from St. Louis nnrtmmi'a Derby Catholic circles. been groom tho result of impairing present attestation there under tho INCORPORATED. The is a Brady, 2238 Sycamore street. Sur- church, attended by many sorrowing well known young business man of viving him are his wlfo and one friends and relatives. Mrs. Bowman and future rolations with those group Bjsiem years of ago, a native of this city. After January 10 they will child and several brothers and sis- was fifty-tw-o 207 PAUL JONES BUILDING countries, and has pursued a courso If the Wilson administration were bo at home to their friends at 1136 ters. His funeral was held from St. Louisville and a daughter of the lato which has not prevented the sacrl-fic- o Prances of Rome church, Rev. Father Peter Doerhoefer, tobacconist. Sho as actlvo against England as it is South Fourth avenue. of 150 American lives up to White celebrating the requiem mass. is survived by four daughters, Mrs. against Germany, in enforcing AmerLouis Oestreich, Mrs. E. B. Stern, Mis3 Nellie R. Smith and Grover date. neutrality Maguire were married at St. Louis After a long illness, borne with Mrs. Martha Lemko and Miss CathAccording to these critics of the ican laws and rights, its questioned. Bertrand's church Monday morning Christian fortitude and perfect res- erine Bowman; two sons, Benjamin Administration the President is en- could not) be at 9 o'clock with a nuptial mass, the ignation to tho will of God. tho soul and Louts Bowman; throe brothers, titled to no credit for "keeping this It is a good plan to sidetrack the wedding ceremony being performed of Michael Brady was called to Its Michael, Peter and Basil Doerhoefer, country out of war," for it Is evi- pest who is always telling you how by Rev. Father R. G. Lyons. The eternal reward. Mr. Brady was and four sisters, Mrs. Joseph Baron, li bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. aged n and for many years Mrs. Julius David, Mrs. Adama dent that tho last thing desired by things should be done. B. R. Smith, of 726 Seventh street, had been timekeeper for tho Louis Reihle and Mrs. R. Schindler. Germany and Austria Is trouble with nnd the groom is a son of Mrs. Ma ville Brass and Iron Works. Ho the United States. guire, of 2518 South Fourth street, was of a genial disposition and Tho British losses now total GKEETS HOLY FATHER. '" Of course, it is easy to understand Theso figures are from Pre and a brother of Thomas Magulro mado friends of all with whom he Pope Benedict on Thursday of the and Mrs. C. J. Waldschmidt. After came In contact. Besides his. wlfo the source of these criticisms. For mier Asquith. a wedding breakfast at the bride's he leaves three sons and two daugh- past week received tho Sacred Colmany months President Wilson's homo the happy couple left on a His funeral took place Tues- lege, headed by Cardinal New Xear'8 day; the Feast of tho bridal tour East, and on their return ters. morning, course has been severely criticized which visited the Pontiff for day when large numbers by those whoso sympathies Incline Circumcision, Is a holyday of are expected to locate at Ludlow. the purpose of extending Christmas attended as a final tribute of greetings. The Popo returned the toward Germany. Tho President greetings warmly and oxpressed reDOUBLE WEDDING. his friends figure that this opand Friends were grieved to hear of gret that "Man's weakness, which "As Near Jo You as the Nearest Phone" scnooii ixsPEcnox. position will be offset by gains Mr. and Mrs. D. Kalaher have an- the death of Mrs. Mary Kennedy, had caused the European conflagraamong those who dislike Germany. Our Special $3.00 Spray St. Patrick's new school will bo nounced tho enagegement of their widow of Thomas Kennedy, which tion, would prevent the traditional At any rate, opines tho True Voice, open for Inspection Sunday afternoon daughters, Miss Alvlna C. Kaleher, occurred Tuesday morning at her rejoicing thi3 season." Ho hoped Special $5.00 Wreath there is likely to bp a great defec- from 2 to 4 o'clock, and tho Build- to Charles A. Gocke. and Miss Julia homo, 1308 Highland avenue. Mrs. that peace would reign again before Oar Kennedy excellent party lines in the next ing Society members who will bo in M. Kaleher, to James L. Mullarkey. woman andwas a most high es- next Christmas. tion from The largest values in Fune was held in an tho inspection will take tho ral Flowers ever offered in election. Whd will benefit by the charge of to all to view extendnow Their 'marriage January. place con teem In Catholic circles. Two sons, NEW YEAK DANCE. latter part of this Tho invitation Louisville. changes of party allegiance remains and educational institu tracting parties are popular In the Thomas and Louis Kennedy, and For prompt delivery call ?2$ The Heathen Club will entertain to he Men. President Wilson will tion. Tho school has all the latest youuger society set, and much in- three daughters, Misses Abble and both phonei. terest will be taken in the double Clara Kennedy and Sister Mary with a New Year's dance, in the lighted liaVe a thorny road to travel during modern conveniences, well Flava, of the Sisters of Charity at afternoon from; 2 to G and in the and ventilated, with splendid toilet event. Cut Flowers for all occasions. the next few months. Columbus,. Ohio, survive her. The evening from 8 to 12, at Utopian facilities. The new school is located Special attention given funoral was held Thursday morning Hall, Twenty-secon- d SACKED COLLEGE. and Garland at 1524 Wert Market street. from St. Brlgld's church, the re- avenue. On next Wednesday evenorders. IMMIGRATION SPECUIiATION. Miss Madeline Durrett, a pupil at quiem mass being celebrated by ing the club will give a banquet and W W f sunit law The number of Cardinals is now Academy, and Miss Presentation Jansen, NEWNANZfcNEUNERCO. Much speculation has been in Sallle Roberta Thompson, a pupil sixty, ten short qf a "plenum." There Father tribute who also paid a dance at the same hall, and those atMfV kvtrftft IniMia IsviIwsVIa I to the deceased. are twenty-nin- e tending the New Year dance will be Italians by birth and kindly dulged in m to the probable effects of Holy Rosary Academy, are at thirty-on- e INCORPORATED. given an invitation to the "foreigners" In the Sacred their homes In Preetonla for the Tueeday morning the funeral of ' meat next Wednesday. the war on immigration to the jholldays. "Flowers telegraphed everywhere M I College, 657 FoKrtb Ave.. Leaiavllle. Ky. -post-bellum LOUISVIDLE, KY. .SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, 1916. one-ha- lf RUGS, LACE CURTAINS AND DRAPERIES 0; 50-in- ch 8-- 4; over-draperi- es I after-the-w- ar CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO e, Car-ranzis- ta A CANDI(E)D REQUEST ul e, Blood Remedy fi RUDOLPH & BAUER, CANDY MAKERS Ber-trand- 's I Central 'fth Coal and Iron Co. I COAL sixty-seve- Render, Jellico, Smokeless, Anthracite 1 Van-nutell- l, te FLORISTS out-oMo- miFrJ&4mh;ifa emte-rtain- - jkbottjo: RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. AMERICAN ELEVATORS &IADP Jft&ISK AMISIfcXOAIlSr. SOCIETY DIRECTORY. A. O. H. DIVISION 1. Second and HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing General . the Past Week News Notes. IRELAND. Record of the Most j A "GRAN W. SMITH'S SON--f AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Important of t THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCORPORATES 00. evening. Division 2 IN LOUISVILILiB ELEVATOR MACHINE CO. ENGRAVERS BY & Distillers Of OLD FORTUNA HOLLENBACH" 528 W. Main St. SOUR MASU PURE RYE will meet next Monday will install officers next AMERICAN BCHIJCn ENGRAVING I IIP. great celebration. Effort will bo made to organize a ARTISTIC PRINTING "SOUTHERN STAR" division at Jackson, Tenn., before the next State convention. SLICED BACON FIRST CLASS WORK Next Tuesday night Division 33 "All Ready for Your Griddle in the GIvo This Offlco Your Next Order of New York City will confer deMomlng" grees on 200 new members. 317 W. GREEN ST. SAUSAGE HAMS, LARD, Officers and members of Division Telephone City 946 LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. pleased with this 1 are evidently (Incorporated.) year's doings of the mother division. County President W. J. Connelly rrnctlco Medicine and Surgery will install the newly elected division officers at their first meeting In JanuJ. T. HULSKAMP, M. D. 'The Place Where Old Clothes Are ary. K emoted to Suite 812 Storks Bldg. Made to Look like New." Members of the order throughout Louisville, Ify. of SPALDING DRY CLEANING CO tho city hope that the Illness a. m.; 8 p. m. 1 Hours Thomas Shelly will bo of short dura1 PHONES 1887. a. m. Sunday tion. The Ladles' Auxiliary juvenile diCumb. S. 981 CO. Home, City 981 vision of Indianapolis is planning a celebration for the feast of St. Receivers and Shippers of nay and MISS JOSEPHINE WOLF Brlgld. Grain. Manufacturers of Shur-963 SOUTH THIRD STREET Every member of Division 1 is Pleez Poultry and Stock Feeds Hay, Grain, Flour and Mill Feed CONFECTIONER AND CATERESf- urged to be present at the next meeting to assist In tho installation of Weddings and Parties Given Chas. A. Cyphers' New Buffalo officers. Special Attention Incubators and Brooders Charles Wolf, Manager An earnest membership campaign LOUISVILLE, KY. In Louisville should bo productive of good results and greatly strengthen JOHN B. WATHEN R. JEUNESSE the four divisions. FURNITURE MOVER and PACKER The Ladles' Auxiliary of Wlnsted, BUILDING CONTRACTOR WAGON OR VAN Conn., has presented $350 to Father Andrew for a window for tho new 2C25 West Walnut Street 810 YORK STREET St. Joseph's church. PIONIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY The Hibernians of South St. Paul, Phono South 1753 Louisville, Ky. following their Christmas custom, Home Phone Shawnee 19 8 6 received holy communion in a body at St. AugUBtlne's church. ARTHUR A. WILL THOS. J. BR0DERI0K Division 8 of Baltimore continues Its activity and as a staiter of its PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE extension campaign reinstated seven and secured six new applications. Home Phono City 4392-- J Montgomery Street There will be two new faces in tho County Board from Division 3. 1000 Zane Street Home Phone Shawnee 1010 L. J. Mackey and John Riley, and one from Division 4, James Home Phono 1191 AVM. ISGRIGG InConnelly County President Hollenbach's Wine Houae SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR tends to call a meeting of the KARL A. HOLLENBACH, Proprletoi County Boaid as soon as the new 4105 Henry Street officers aie installed in the four Importer and Dealer In divisions. WINES AND LIQUORS Home Phone, Shawnee 1383-President Mark Ryan was highly 144 South Third Street pleased with tho attendance so closo on tho eve of Christmas, and in a 0. G. STIGLITZ & SONS SEE POOLEY fellcltlous manner extended tho seaFOR MONEY CONFIDENTIAL MANUFACTURERS son's greetings. RELIABLE Many applications are expected at Louisville Made Furnaces the meeting of Division 3 on Mon F. R. POOLEY In S. Ninth St. Building day, as all are pledged to bring tno Room 1, Courier-Journat least one now member under Home Phone City 2542 415 Fourth Street new initiation fee. Speaking at Watertown, National President McLaughlin declared that in the Ave weeks spent in touring LAWRENCE M. J. BANKON, J. VEEHEMAN, P. 8ANN0N, JR.. 4 New York State he had seen more than 6,000 new members initiated. Vice Pres. I Trees. Pres. & Mgr. Secretary. Over 200 wero seated at the re cent banquet of Ladies' Auxiliary 2 at Indianapolis. State and county officers wero present and Rev. P. H. Griffin delivered a flno address. Vice President Thomas Lynch, of ; ; Sewer and Culvert Pipe, Division 4, was absent from the Bannon's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits, meeting Monday evening for the Wall Coping, Drain Tile, Titrified BrlcH, 5 first time in years. Incidentally Mr. Lynch holds the record for bringFire Proofing, Flue Lining, Fire BrlcH ing in new members in the entire Clay, Chimney tops. Grate and Boiler Tile, Ground Fire city. Thuisday night was a big night OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON Holy for Brooklyn Hibernians, Cross Hall was overcrowded for the HOME PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN 507. county initiation, when a tremen WORKS 13th rndBrcck. and Magnolia Ave., Bet. 9 tit and lOtli. 1 dous class received the degrees. National, State and county officers participated in tho ceremonies. COMl'AN ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS Louisville, Kr 886 W. Main St., Home Phone City 5674 Division 3 Recording Secretary Daniel McMonday. Carthy. To all members we wish a happy Treasurer Thomas Keenan. Louisville, Ky. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Tarpy, and successful New Year. The Ladies' Auxiliary will Install DIVISION 2. officers next Wednesday evening. BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY Plans for the celebration of St. Meets First Wednesday Llederkranz Patrick's day are now being disHall, Sixth and Walnut. Fruit Cake and Charlotte Russo cussed. President Joseph Lynch. Our St. Patrick's day committee 1104 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET Vice President Daniel O'Keefe. will soon be busy preparing for a 'Recording Secretary John T. City 6574 Homo Clancy. Fourth Thursday, Lledor-kran- z Hall, Sixth and Walnut. President Mark Ryan. Vice President William Cushing. Secretary Edward Financial the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges. The death occurred rather sudyear of denly in his W. Parkinson, Chairman Abbeylelx Rural District Council. Kilmallock Branch of tho Gaelic League has voted a condolence with Mrs. O'Keeffe and relatives on tho death of the late Jorome O'Keeffe. A vote of condolence on the death of John Mullally was passe'd by the New Ross Board of Guardians, a member of which he had been for thirty years. At a meeting of tho Meath County Council A. Grogan was elected First Assistant Secretary at $750 a year. The other candidate was C. Corcoran. The Kerry County Council at their quarterly meeting sanctioned for the tho borrowing of $8,000 In erection of technical schools Llstowel and Klllarney. Patrick McCarthy, a farmer, aged over seventy, Ballygurteen, Bansha, mawhile attending a threshing chine, of which ho was the proprietor, suddenly dropped dead. Keaveny, Laurence Assistant Clerk of the Manorhamilton Union, has been appointed Clerk of the by Manorhamilton Petty Sessions five votes to four given for P. J. fifty-seven- th Funeral Director and Embalmer BOTH PHONES 810. 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET J HUUVmUUHUUUMMUUHMMMMHMVkMMUUUMUM HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071-- y e)eM Piono, Keaney. Financial Keiran. Treasurer Secretary Edward J. Hel-Io- h. J. J. BARRETT'S SONS! FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Hannan. John P. itoxjk:i DIVISION 3. Meets 1st and 3rd Monday at HiberPortland. nian Homo, 1818-182- 0 President John M. Maloney. Vico President Matt J. O'Brien. 822 East Main 5W::rt. VVAVwVW ttf TtAiTaafaafI f f yfnfiifrifc-T- f1 T1 i i 4 J I 10-1- 7-- sion, Secretary Recording Thomas Kllleen. Financial Secretary John J. Hes- Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- Jr. DOUGHERTY & McELIOH 10-1- D. J. Dougherty. s RITTER-HENNING- S her. Sentinel Martin Kale Thomas Noone. McGulnncss. The Rev. 1227 WEST, MARKET STREET, - DIVISION 4. Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. President John H. Hennessy. Vice President Thomas Lynch. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Langan. Secretary John J. Recording Barry. Treasurer Pat Connelly. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Thomas Far rell. Sentinel M. J. McDermott. v Very Rev. Father St. George, O. S. A., deceased. At a meeting of the Castlebar Urban Council Fred Ryan was unanimously elected Clerk of the council in room of M. P. Daly. Jphn Rod-ge- rs Father Crotty, O. S. A., foimerly stationed in Limerick, has been appointed Prior of the Augus-tinla- n order in Drogheda, vico late Funeral Directors and Embalmers i BOTH Cumb. Main 299S-- n IPIIOICEJftS. Homo City SODS Y. M. I. MAOIUN COUNCIL, 205. Monday Evenings at Club House, 344 North Twenty-sixtPresident John J. Lynn. First Vice President John W. Murphy. Second Vice President Martin P. Schadd. Treasurer George J. Thornton. Financial Secretary A. C. Link. Meots h. BUILDER 1 Mc-Tig- Recording Secretary L. MarshalHarry Alberts. Inside Sentinel Edward Gratzer. Outside Sentinel Harvey Pfelf- fer. Executive Committee Frank G. Adams, Thomas Bachman, Frank Geiler, A. W. Andriot, John R. Barry. COMING EVENTS. 12-1- Buckel. William G. rate collector, Carrlck-on-SuRural district, County Kilkenny, fell dead as he was entering Carrick-on-Suwas well Postofflce. Deceased known throughout Kilkenny and was very popular. The Most Rev. Dr. Harty ap pointed the Rev. Thomas Dunne, uasnei, to uappawime, in room or the late Rev. T. O'Dwyer, and tho Fitzgerald, Rev. James chaplain Convent of Mercy, Templemore, to Cashel, in room of tho Rov. T. ir ir County M. Council Roscommon Ballymoe, Leech, Tallyho Lodge, was elected Assistant County Surdeveyor, In room of M. Dolan, ceased. There wero six candidates. Philip Walsh, income tax and was appointed rent collector for tho cottages. At tho quarterly meeting of the FRANK FEHR BREWING CO Dunne. 210-22- 2 al January 3 V. G., Klllygordon, has Euchre and lotto at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, caused deep regret and borrow afternoon and evening. The death is announced of Sister Mary Raphael Kane, Convent of the Holy Faith, Celbrldge, who had been a member of tho community for thirty years. Deceased was sister of Mother Mary Dlonyslus, of the same convent, and came of an old County Meath family. The news of tho death of the Right Rev. Monslgnor Bornard Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE. KY. IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE BANN0N PIPE CO. January 24 Motion pictures and vaudeville by Hibornian Social Club at Norman Theater. 7 January Annual charity cuchro and lotto for St. Anthony's Hospital, Phoenix Hill Hall. January 27 Leap Year dance of Ladies' Auxiliary at Schrelber's Hall. February Carnival at Trin ity Council Club House, Baxter and Morton. 26-27-- 10 KNMTS OP COLUMBUS. S73-178- 6. AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES PLANS FOR FUND. Late News That Will Interest schools. Members Here and Elsewhere. Omaha Knights will have another class for February. The big attraction at the Knights' headquarters at Columbus, Ohio, are the bowling alleys. Thirty-thre- e States have pro vided for tho observance of Columbus day as a legal holiday. Tho John McCorraack benefit con cert added almost $12,000 to the fund for tho Now York City home fund. The now council at Montlcello, in Iowa, was estabtho fifty-firlished last week with a membership of 100. trees provided by Christmas councils in many towns and cities brought happiness to large numbers of poor children. Congressman Casey, of Pennsylvania, has introduced a bill making Columbus day a legal holiday In tho District of Columbia. One of the principal social events at Olean, N. Y., is the annual New Year's turkey dlnnor for tho members and their families. A committee of 100 ladies will have charge df the leap year party to be given next Wednesday by the Knights of Roxbury, Mass. Louisville Council will havo its next initiation during February. Tho membership will soon reach 1,000, after which there will be big things doing. st among tho Catholic people of the Strabane district, whero he as siduously labored for a quarter of a century, doing much to uplift tho social condition of tho people. SATISFIES THAT LONGING. A public meeting of tho Bagenals-tow- n parishioners was held for the purpose of making arrangements for tho erection of a suitable memorial to tho late Very Rev. Monsignor INCORPORATED Burke. After some discussion it was PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. KY. unanimously decided to let tho matter stand over until after tho appointment of the new parish priest. Cumb. Phone West 191 Home Phone M$ Most Rev. Dr. Hoaro has apTHE pointed Very Rov. Canon T. O'Reilly, Mullahoran, to tho charge of Carrick, rendered vacant by the death of Very R6v. Canon Gilligan. Canon O'Reilly had ministered for almost ton years In INCORPORATED his late parish, and did a gieat deal In the way of building churches and OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER JOHN F. OERTEL CO. pas-otr- al WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers, GREAT FEAST. FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. FREE SERVICE. FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. 1101-0- 3 EAST BROADWAY. At tho meeting of Division 4, A. O. II , Monday evening, plans were discussed to raise a fund for tho donation of the new marble altar steps in St. Louis Bertrand's church, and President John Hennessy has appointed a committee who will report back at next meeting in regard to an entertainment to be given in the spring for that purpose. FORTY HOURS. The Forty Hours' Adoration will open tomorrow morning at St. Peter's church. Seventeenth and Garland, with beautifully Impressive services and musical programme. Rev. Father Kaiser will direct tho devotions and will be assisted by priests from other churches. Tho closing service will be held Tuesday evening. BROTHER ISIDORE. The Very Rev. Brother Isidore, F. X.p Provincial Suporior of the Xaverian Brothers in America, is a visitor to the houses of his order in Kentucky. Brother Isidore camo from Baltimore and spent last week at St. Joseph's College. While here Tie also visited St. Xavier's College ana St. .Lawrence institute, whero he was favorably impressed with the work conducted by Brother Plus. C. .MAYSVTLLE. Tomorrow is the Feast of tho Sold at all leading bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excellent ftawfi Most Holy Name of Jesus. As usual W GRUBER & DEUSER, Managers, Louisville, Ky. the feast will bo observed in a special manner by the thousands of members of the Holy Name Society In all parts of the United States. FRANK JOHN B. HOSPITAL EUCHRE. QUICK MEAL GAS RANQE the world. Easy to clean, cooks quickly, bakes perfectly and consumes the least possible amount of gas. It is made to last. The most popular cooking device in There will bo a euchro and lotto for the benefit of Sts. Mary and Ellzaebth Hospital given in that in- sttlution Wednesday and Thursday, January 12 and 13. Gold prizes will bo a feature, while other novel and unique prizes will bo offered. WELCOME AT OIHOAGO. conies to Chicago, to which place tho Holy Father has sent him, 800 priests will marshal the army he will command; tho bells of 350 churches will announce the hour of 120,000 students his installation; and pupils In Catholic academies and parochial schools will greet him; 1,125,000 Catholics will bid him welcome, and their welcome will be WALTERS' Clay Street Brewery . 508, 510 and 512 CLAY STREET. LOUISVTLtilC. TELEPHONE 209 EI. When Archbishop Mundeleln A Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case of FALL CITY BEER Extra Pale Lager Peerless Common Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, and if you have tried the rest get the BEST. PHONES Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. GEHBR & SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET. spoken in twenty-flv- o tongues. DIOCESE FOR NEVADA. First Communion Books ROSARIES SCAPULAR MEDALS BECKMAN 318 Wt Market St. PHOTOGRAPHER New Yeari Is the great "at home ' day. If you can't be there, a fine pho tagraph will help. Patrick Slattery, eighty years old See oar aew book, ''How to Get and a man of sterling character, died at his home near Maysville on TuesMa.ried." day, after a three days' illness of I! very Devotional Article here. pneumonia. During his residence in Kentucky the deceased had led an No tremble te ahaw good. active and industrious life, enjoying the respect and confidence of Rogers Church Goods Co. community in which he lived. the Ho was the father of Thomas D. Slattery, 129 S. FOURTH AVE. United tSates District Attorney, of Covington. SrLENDID POSTAL SERVICE. Postmastor E. T. Schmltt and his assistants deserve high commendation for tho promptness and efficiency displayed in tho delivery of the holiday mail. Tho mall this year was tho heaviest In tho history of the Louisville but it was gotten out on time and In a manner that was most satisfactory. This was an achievement the public appreciated and reflects much credit on the local office. as California rumors declaro Reno Is to be mado tho see of a new diocese coextensive with tho boundaries of Nevada. This would take a large section of territory away from the Bishop of Salt Lake. Other dioceses also would surrender land. GERMAN BANK -- " . "r JmZi, ijjf$5.MiH && aakv JMffl IPI SAVE YOU IRISn COLLEGE GROWS. The Irish Collogo in Romo expects a largerv body of students this year than last. The once flourishing French college has been almost wholly sacrificed on tho battlefields of Franco. What France will do for priests in tho next generation is a problem her Bishops are thinking about. cigarettes are bought in Dublin with patriotic pride and smoked with enjoyment, and it may be only a matter of time when Irish cigarettes will bo known the smoking world over. The raising of tobacco in Ireland is one of the new industries which are being undertaken, and the quality is pronounced good. TOIIACCO IN IRELAND. Irish tobacco and Irish cigars and Oft v PER CENT Post-offic- e, ffifftSSfl ft Gnmi Fifth and Market Sts. Blve your tioye an assertion tbat will prepare tnem tot life. Schneider's Meat Market FIFTH ST. the Cathedral. Choice Beef, Vaal. Lamb, MbIIm. llama, Bbgoh, Perk. Lard, Sausaia. 440 SOUTH Opposite HERRMANN IMPORTERS BROS. CORCORAN MEMORIAL. Telephone City 2241 FRED ERHART ARCHITECT NORTON BUILDING N.W. Ctfucr Fur! aiul Jefferiwi FINE WINES AND LIQUORS. Dletillersand Wholesale Dealers In Flnett Barnds of Kentucky Whiskies, especially. Pearl of Nelson, BOTTLED IN BOND. TettfttM 1143.1 234 S SIXTH STREET Referring to tho proposed mem orial to Gen. Corcoran, the gallant commander of the New York a Presentation Sister writes that two of the General's grandnleces are members of the Presentation order in Aberdeen, S, D a is a Trapplst at Mt. Melleray, Ireland, and a niece in the Mercy Convent, Bristol, England. TURKEY PRIZES. Monday night a New Year's lotto and euchre party will be given by the people of the congregation at St. h Charles Hall, and Chestnut streets. The games, which are always spirited and enjoyable, will begin at 8:15 o'clock. For this party turkeys will be' given as ' yriaes. Twenty-sevent- Sixty-nint- h, HaBOSSESON Funeral Directors and Embalmers. ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE Conducted by the Xaverian Brother. and Bualaeaa Scientific Classical. Courses. Preparatory Department, Larre Bwlramlnr Fool, Well Equipped Ojrasi. (UK. Teraa Moderate. Sro. Jams. Itfr. 113 W. Broadway, XoalaTlUa, X7. grand-nephe- w sio itosbr Tehrteae 112. jkrvmTxxm S G JKEXTCODXJOICY IRISH AMEWIO.AJS: REAL PLEASURE AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR SET Send to your loved ones away from home. Contains all disinterested party to the questions at issue. The influence of the Holy Father knows no national boundaries and is strong in England also. His great spiritual prestige must be conceded by all countries. Henco the appointment of a Dutch AmLooked Upon ns Only Possible bassador to tho Vatican is not only the fulfilling of a Peace Maker Amoung "Wagreat and ideal duty toward the Catholic fellow citizen, but also, unrring Nations. der existing circumstances, an act of peace and wisdom, not to say a meeting of an urgent demand of the His Will Bo the Haiul That Will times." HOLY FATHER HHMMtMHIMtMWHteMH HERMAN STRAUS wcorposwro fOURTH AVCKUS SONS MARKET STREeT JI long-neglecte- d, $1.00 PER YEAR ANYWHERE TO IN THE the NEWS OF INTEREST UNITED STATES. FOREIGN COUNTRIES and will be a WELCOME WEEKLY LETTER. uh ' OPO jS THE $1.50 Will Be Guaranteed to Those Who Receive a YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION KENTUCKY sympathy. nor nor And it nor Is for this reason that of all tho MACKIN COUNCIL DOINGS. neutral monarchs Benedict XV. is tho only ono who has already been Monday night there was a well ata powerful and tended meeting of Mackin Council, able to exercise beneflcient influenco on the belig-ere- when the members enjoyed a forceful nations. and timely address delivered by the It is truo that the Pope's appeal Rev. Father Francis O'Connor, of tho for peace on the anniversary of tho Cathedral. Father O'Connor spoko war has so far met with no prac- words of encouragement for Mackin tical results, but it has wo feel suro and pointed out for tho young men touched a responsivo chord in tho how they should conduct themselves hearts of suffering millions who aro praying daily to God to put an end and thus stand out for commendato this abominable conflict. For all tion everywhere. President Lynn resides have had profound lesson, minded the members of tho installaand no matter how defiant their tion to be held Monday night and words, they must bo longing for urged all to bo present to give Seb some way out, with honor if not Hubbuch and his administration a with victory. Tho saintly lifo of good sendoff. Chairman John R. Pius X. was cut short by grief at Barry announced that tho basketball tho fratricidal struggle that had just team was ready to start tho season burst forth in Europe, and Benedict on New Year's day. Tho team, he XV., who succeeded him, took tho said, has been strengthened considsuffering world to his paternal heart erably by tho addition of Kavanaugh and resolved to devote his whole and Hogan, and with Schott, Michot, S life to the arduous work of recon- Meisner and Rlhn, from last season, ciliation. "Turning," ho says, "a will compare with tho best teams d fearful glance at tho 's battlefields, wo felt the anguish of around tho Falls Cities. Tho quintet will defend the title of a father who sees his homestead tho devastated and In ruins before tho past,West End, as they havo In tho and would like to hear from fury of tho hurricane. And thinkto arrange for ing with unspeakable regret of our teams desiring young sons who were being mown games. down oy tho thousands, wo opened our heart, enlarged by the charity LAST OF YEAR. of Christ, to all tho crushing sorrow of tho mothers and of the wives Division 1, A. O. H., held its last made widows before tholr time and meeting of the year on Thursday of MONEY will be earning TIME TO JOIN is now, as to all the inconsolable laments of last week, and to tho delight of the tho little ones so early beroft or a "old guard" interest for you every day time is limited. Let us urge Mark Ryan father's care.- - Sharing In the anx- expedited the President and all were business ious fears of Innumerable families, enabled o depart early. Classes until next Christmas. you to come at once, as after All affairs and fully conscious of tho impera- of tho past year were We Give and Redeem Profit Sharing Certificates settled and tive duties imposed on us by tho now forming. the classes are closed no one can to suit everybody are sublime mission of peaso and lovo tho division's interests in general ! II 8 HH4 entrusted to our caro in the days of pronounced in fine shape for 191G. Come next week. join. so much sadness, wo conceived at Thomas Shelly, Michael Claire and once tho firm purpose of concentrat- Michael O'Brien, who were sick, woro ing all our enrgy and all our power reported improving. Before closing to the reconciling of the peoples at the meeting President Ryan spoko ONE DOLLAR starts a Savings Account with perceptible emotion of tho dewar." with this safe, conservative, Interest paid in our Banking Department on Savings Accounts and Certificates of Deposit. And so the Popo appeals to tho parted members, and appointed SecBank, to which you can add $1.00 or more Powers to put an end to tho hor- retary Daniel McCarthy, William M. rible slaughter that is dishonoring HIggins and Martin J. Gavin a o at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 Europe. It is tho blood of brothto draft resolutions on tho per cent. No cost to you whatever. ers that is being poured out on land death of Patrick Harty, an old and The same courteous attention eiven the and sea. Ho says: "Tho most beau- faithful member of tho order. depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. tiful regions of Europe, this garden of tho world, aro being sown with HONORED LOCAL JUDGES. corpses and with ruin. There whore but a short time ago flourished the On Tuesday of this week there industry of manufacturers and the Under tho Big Clock Second and Market two frutlful labors of tho field notf were city, important gatherings in State Government Supervision. this tho Circuit Judges and thunders fearfully tho cannon, and lawyers of the State and tho Louis- &&&&&&&&&&&& In its destructive fury it spares neither village nor city, but snreads ville Bar Association. There was a banquet at tho Seelbach Hotel and everywhere havoc and death." Tho Popo appeals to the senti- ablo addresses by Judge John D. iVVlVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVWVVVVV II ment of nationality. What will n Carroll and others. Tho Bar AsC. L. A. Johnson, R. W. Delph, Ernbry L. Swiariageo, John M. Monohan, sociation houored Judge James II victorious nation gain by tho J3 Cashier. Assistant Caihlsr. Vice President. President of territory, bv an across Quarles with tho Presidency for the coming year, while tho Circuit of unwilling populations? Nothing dui a legacy of discontent and mis- Judges selectod Judge Samuel J. ery. What has happened so often KIrby as the head of their associa uuiuie win nappen again in en- tion. TRINITY COUNCIL. larged measure, for as tho Holy 3SSk3$h3k$$$k3 Father goes on to point out most CARDINAL GIVES APPROVAL. of the year of tvuly, nations Tho humbled Good Coffee a Morning Necessity 1 Trinity last meeting M. I., was well and oppressed, do not die; under tho With the consent of Cardinal GibCouncil, Y. they chafe attended. It was announced that yoico rrom generation to generation, bons tho Prayer Meeting Committee Labels good for picture show tickets, any kind of Yiu'll find that Mulloj's Colfei Is JUST what w want tho next initiation will take place a mournful heritage of hatred and of the Billy Sunday campaign mantrading stamps, r many other useful articles carried Sunday, January 16, and tho de- vendetta. Is there to be no hope agement will send a letter to the grees will bo conferred by Mackin of reconciliation and peace until Catholic clergy of Baltimore asking 2 1.3 lba. New Blend Coffee with C in our premium rooms. Council's team. Tho Carnival Com- this miserable struggle, which has their Special Rebate Ticket. ood for lOo in a prayer for mittee reported that a genoral meet- set tho world running red with the success of the Sunday campaign VWAMWVMWVVWkMWVWWWrtWWVtVtWWVM a n iu iruue ing for all members and those who human blood, is fought out to the In that city. This announcement was The Malloy man is in your neighborhood contemplate assisting in tho home bitter end and each side is con- opening carnival will take place Diiuiuuu iu iay aown us arms made Monday at tho meeting of the WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED IN DUST PROOF BAGS every week Phone as and have hint call. Suuday afternoon, January 9. This through sheer exhaustion? Blessed Executive Committee by tho Rev. Dr. carnival will be held in Trinity's be he who first extends the olive George C. Peck, who with tho Rev. 9 home, February 7, 8, 9 and 10. Tho branch, cries tho Father of Christen- Dr. Don S. Colt had been appointed a W. MARKET ST. BOTH PHONES 1323-21- 2 installation of tho newly elected of- dom, and tenders his hand tn tho committee o call on tho Cardlm.4. ficers will take placo Monday even enemy in offering his reasonable Tho Cardinal, according to Dr. Peck, said he was glad to approve ing and will bo followed by a conditions of peace. Jeace can not bo hrniidi- oiinnt Sunday's soundness of doctrine in smoker. On Monday evening, JanDAN J. HENNESSY EDW. A. AXMAl5 uary 10, Trinity will elect delegates In a day, but tho voice of the Su- certain great truths neglected by HOME PHONE CITY 3238 to the Federation of Catholic Socie- preme Pontiff has gone unheeded, many modern churches, and stated Fall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. .. . .$1.00 Larties'JSults Cleaned mul Pressed ties, and on tho same evening Trin- for we know that tho warring na- that he had no objection to tho sugity Aid Society will also elect offi- tions that seventeen years ago gested letter being addressed to the Gentlemen's Suits Cleaned and Pressed 1.00 would cers and directors for tho coming peace not admit to their abnrHvn clergy of his church. Gentlemen's Palm Beach Suits Cleaned nnd Pressed.. ,COc conferenpe at the Hague a year. Gentlemen's Suits Sponged and Pressed 25c Dr. C. J. Giesler reported that representative nf tho Holv Son nm BADLY MIXED. now the organization of Trinity's Basket- ence sensitlvo of the moral Influball Association had been completed them, of the Holy Father. Somo of Tho writer of tho Catholic church like England and Holland, and that an eight-tealeague had for the UPSTAIRS STORE. 425 W. Jefferson Street been formed, consisting of members which had no representative at tho noteswas badlySunday Courier-Journ- week. mixed this Vatican, havo now envoys there to Both Phones 2635. 426 South Fifth St. of Trinity Council, and also reportfacllitato intercourse between tho None hero know anything of a dln-ned that the schedule was complote Pope by prominent Catholics of and the opening games will bo resent.and tho governments they repin honor played Tuesday ovening, January 4. stances Historians record many in- Louisville Gibbons, of His Eminence to tako place Cardinal It will require nearly threo months Which in tho course of centuries in January But there will bo. as to play off the basketball schedule offices thO PODB has linnd lifa irnnrl heretofore9. stated in these columns, as arbitrator and mediator. and by that time an 'Indoor baseball uuu dinner in in league will be formed among tho dict's iu iu not uniuteiy mat Bene- an annualtho Cardinal,Washington the of at which will bo tho members. Indoor tennis Is also be- eventually restore hand that will honor Father C. J. O'Connell, Rev. of coming quite popular In Trinity's peace in Europe. the blessing of Bardstown, has beon invited to bo In his "Contribunow gymnasium. From tho present ono of the distinguished company. tions to the History ouhook Trinity Council enters tho of tho Great War" M.ofB.tho Origin Valter, a 713-71- 5 New Year In a very encouraging Protestant SOUTH SEVENTH STREET writer in Holland, says: FATHER DALY STRICKEN. manner and it is forecasted that S. 299a. Ksm, City 2399. TtWMM-Ctho coming year will bo the most "There is only one power standing without and abovo the parties (to ttK"t-4Aj. ' Wednesday tho sad nows reached 4 Interesting" and best in tho history th'o struggle of nations) and en- this city Rev. Father Hugh of tho organization. titled by its moral position to inter- Daly, for that the 9G0-"- ? noma, City 3101 twenty-seve- n Guiub. South years the fere. When it thinks the opportune loved pastor of St. James church beat THANKS. moment has come this power will Elizabethtown, had been stricken The Little Sisters of the Poor undoubtedly do so? This power is and was critically & ill. Father Daly to tender their most grateful His Holiness the PoDe. All thnnn thanks to the kind friends and who love peace for itself, be they is about eighty years of age, and INCORPOItATBD. benefactors who havo aided them in Protestants, like the author, or his recovery was looked upon as their work of caring for the desti- Catholics, and who feel Impelled to extremely doubtful. Ho was always tute and homeless aged poor. They plead for peaee with some man, an energetic and zealous priest, and Jellico Coal. pray that God may richly com- must go to Rome, and not direct tho news of his death will be read with regret pensate each deed and their appeal Office and Yards Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue prosperous New Year, grant all a, one of which to governments, not and State. throughout the dloeeite ean be considered a n, pro-Austrin. Death called twice within three days at tho homo of Miss Minnie Campbell, 1523 West Jefferson The Influence of Pope Benedict street, tnklng from her on Friday her saintly mother, Mrs. Eliza CampXV. Knows Not National bell, widow of the lato James T. Campbell, and on Sunday her sister, Boundaries. Miss Annio Campbell, and tho double funeral was held from St. Patrick's church Tuesday morning. Mrs. THOUGHTFUL MEN WONDERING Campbell became ill on Tuesday of last week with pneumonia and sank rapidly. She would have been seventy-three years of age on Saturday and had been looking forward to a Now that the year of 1915 has happy family Christmas passed into history, thoughtful men of tho anniversary. Tho celebration daughter, are wondering If Pope Benedict who had been an Invalid for years, In bringing peace was greatly affected by her mother's XV. will succeed to the warring nations of Europe Illness and before her death suffered during 1916. When one considers a nervous breakdown. She soon the position of the Pope in the lapsed into consciousness and on world today it is not surprising that Sunday passed away without knowing that her mother had died. Both people of all nationalities are lookVere devout members of St. Pat peaceing to him as tho possible rick's church, being members of maker of Europe. Tho powers ex- Third Order of St. Francis and the the ercised by tho succossor of St. Peter Sodality of tho Blessed Virgin. Miss belong to the office ho holds. 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