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"4 si -- j KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN NO. 2. flag which were torn down and trampled on by Mexican soldiers, In one case Carranzlstas, and then returned to tho owners with directions to take them and show them to President Wilson as a proof of how little the Mexicans cared what the American peopla did. A year ago ta tho Metropolitan I published detailed accounts of outrage upon outrage upon our citizens by men rep resenting tho different factions; and I had already published detailed ac counts of the hideous atrocities I committed on nuns In 'Mexico. have seen many photographs of Catholic churches In Mexico that havo been subjected to almost Infamy and degradation. The administration has now recognized Caranza, after Insisting that if. never would recognize him, and after having refused with far less justification to recognize Huerta. The followers of Carranza have dono worse. Carranza derided and Insulted tho President. His adherents have committed every species of outrage on American citizens and on tho American flag. But tho administration sheltered itself behind the action of the States It has unwisely invited in to do the duty which tho administration Itself feared to undertake. It bowed with abject submission to the man who had defied It; and then with servile eagerness served him against his rivals. For a year or two Gen. Villa was the favorlto of the administration and his forces were permitted to supply themselves across our border with arms and munitions. About soventy of our soldiers have been killed or woundborder by the ed on the Mexican Villistas and tho other bandits whom they were fighting. The administration took no action to secure redress for tho killing of theso soldiers. Its only action was to send the Chief of Staff of tho United States army to negotiate a treaty or agreement with Villa, tho bandit chief of tho band of murderers. whereby this chief promised not to kill any more American soldiers on The promise American territory. was not kopt. Most of theso acts havo been committed slnco this promise was made; and now President Wilson has turned against Villa In the Interest of Carranza. He would not war on Villa to save American soldiers from death; but he eagerly wars on him in tho Interest of another Mexican bandit mur whose followers have also dered Americans. One course of action was just as infamous as the other; and when I use the word "Infamy" I use It deliberately as the only word that can describe with scientific accuracy the policy of poltroonery that the representatives of this Government have now tor five years put Into effect as regards Mexico and, above all, tho policy that has obtained for nearly three years. Latin-American VOLUME XXXVI. LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, JANUARY 8 1916. PRICE FIVE CENTS. In another column, It would not bo surprising to seo opposition develop to the present Board of Education at tho next election, when two are to be chosen, as tho muddlo in the payment of taxes does not sit well with the average taxpayer and it will take more than the rubber stamp approval of a few who pose as good government representatives for tho voters to swallow candidates lu November. Each succeeding election has shown a loss of strength tor tho board candidates and their latest move has capped tho climax. LYCKIN ROOSEVELT Calls Attention to the Adminis- KENTUCKY May Become Haven For Thousands of European War Victims. pie generally," says Mr. Sullivan in congratulating th, Bishop-eleon ct his new office. L PRESIDENTIAL Race From Republican Standpoint Narrows Down to Two Candidates. LABOR UNIONS Itov. Father Ryan Finds Fivo Good Reasons For Their Existence. RECENT !l)EATHS. tration's Erring Policy in Mexico. Friends and' relatives feel deep sympathy for MaHln J. and Mary niancho Duffy, who on Thursday laid to rest In 9t? Louis cemetery their Infant sonlj'Joseph Balder Duffy, whom Godioalled and Is nov with the angelic limits in heaven. -- Ji- Arraigns Wilson For His Recognition of the Bandit , Carranza. Congressman Sherley Contends "Wilson's Position Trying ' Bish on-Ele- Brossart Plans For j Mrs. Bridget Bfc, widow of then Supreme Justice Hughes and aiu viuiiu ijuri uiau, xuesfiay uner-nooColony Settlement in Roosevelt at tho home Sf. her sister, Mrs. ' Michael McMahon,J1527 South Sevtho Contenders. Mountains. Brlght's disstreet, ct I Ex-Presid- COUNCIL. enth Hon. Jcro A. Sullivan Suggests Founding Monastery in church. Diocoso.J ease. Besides Mrs: McMahon she leaves another slslsr, Mrs. William Davis. Her funera took place yes- "Wilson terday morning fr im St. Patrick's a v!ctlFof i i ' t SEES' HOPE One. ' FOR. THE FUTURE Congressman Swagar Sherley In his visit hero this past week discussed with a representative of the Kentucky Irish American the recent article in these columns concerning President Wilson's attiude on the European war and the Mexican Congressman Sherley question. pleads that the average citizen is a little hasty in his judgment of the Fresldent and that it must be taken into, account that his position has been a trying one, holding, so to speak, the destinies of 90,000,000 people in his grasp and endeavoring to keep them from being embroiled in the present war. Congressman Sherley also contends that President "Wilson Is acting for tho best in our dealings with Mexico and that he believed that there would be an improvement soon in the conditions In that unhappy country. The Kentucky Irish American claimed that Wilson erred In accepting the report of John LInd, who was proven to be prejudiced and biased In his report of conditions, and that It was a garbled one literature. taken from Since this fact was exposed LInd has never appeared in public llfo nor has the President endeavored to get a true report or accepted tho statements of reliable authorities, Protestant or Catholic, that priests and nuns have been persecuted and outraged. For this tho Catholic people believe he Is justly entitled Roosevelt to criticism. in an article In this month's Metropolitan calls attention to tho President's Mexican policy and cites the .following: I have before me as I write a copy of a paper submitted to mo anti-Cathol- ic tho absence of safety deof unnecessary accidents. "Fourth the absence of proper sanitation In many departments of Industry. "Fifth the lack of compensation for industrial diseases. "Theso flvo facts, the exlstenco of which can not be denied, prove the necessity of organizations of workers for their own protection. Individually they can accomplish but little, even when dealing with Individual employers, who aro becoming dally more rare. When dealing with corporations, which are really combinations of employers, they can not Individually accomplish anything. Tho resources of the average laborer aro small, sufficient to tide him over a few weeks perhaps, seldom more; while tho combination of employers, the corporation In other words, has resources many times greater.' and byCuBhlngStotson,theSecretaryof, j mtonrJ unrl TnvnfrpH"nf "ti1nnrtv'"ertTl JUmf,UJMynjlNMm3abji MSAnftears, f or. ltsl 'existence he-Society. It on Wasblngton'sDlrthaay, the American Defense TRINITY COUNCIL. vuuov oviua inutviuuui uuinui filets, I stood in their midst as wo apoplectic stroke suffered on Decem- Vice President Marshall, Senator rewero is the carbon copy of tho official repassed tho symbol of freedom and I ber 27. Tho deceased was a native Oscar Underwood or Champ Clark February 22, Spayd requested to be- poses them. In the face of acting port of W. O. Jenkins, tho port to A. C. for training, Mnnrlnv nlelit tho nfiwlv elected and In the light of tho various laws up with en- of Ireland but had lived In Louisville to United States Consular Agent at officers of Trinity Council, Y. M. I., saw theirasfaces light to them what since his boyhood. Ho is survived would be handy men call have around ginning January 7. Training will to Improve tho condition of labor Is sent out. be In case tho S. O. S. I explained thusiasm Pueblo, Mexico. It describes tho were installed by Council Deputy It meant. Among them aro in progress thereafter on Monday which havo found their way Into tho d by his widow, Mrs. Ellen Keenehan, The Hearst newspapers are now outrages committed on January 5, women, tho llnes,of and two daughters, Mrs. Lena Bob-l- fighting Wilson desperately and say and Friday nights. Training will statutes In recent years, it seems men and 1915, by the victorious Carranzlstas. In dash events, strange that anyone should meet opalso bo executed n and Miss Lizzie Keenehan. Tho that without the reveal recent and whoso faces The final fight, in which they were ranging from Boventy-flv-o to 880 position in plans to organize the lasorrows; there aro women funeral was held yesterday morning vote to aid Tammany Hall New yard poignant victorious over their antagonists, ocdashes, for tho Armory meet to borers for their own protection and York would be lost, and this same with infants in their arms, with lips from tho Cathedral. curred In front of the consulate. Yet organization has vote would defeat him in Indiana, be held In March. The Social Club betterment. aqulver and eyes poignant with tears Mr. Jenkins went out and examined announced that tho annual athletic always had strong opposition. Thero ReIll less than a week, Mrs. John Illinois, Ohio and Missouri. twenty-seve- n as they think of tho loved husbands dead men left the to embrace. Kilkenny, of 937 West Oak street, gardless of the source of this pre- dance will take place January 13, Is nothing finer In tho history of whom they are soon after tho fight was over. He found on tho calico hop democracy than tho fight of tho Many children are alone and remem-oe- r died Wednesday at noon at Sts. diction, it must be taken into con and pie February 10 bo hold, many of these men had been that when a heads of tho labor organization auction will Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, an- sideration and coupled with the big and they had been struck their parents only vaguely." killed after atpromised and Indifferprelate was deeply touched other victim of dread pneumonia. Catholic vote in tho Eastern States, good timo Is Sunday a those who was against the opposition among were unable to move, The down and meeting Last ence that they found tholr having been blown open by Father De Villo's story. He also Besides her husband, who Is yard which will be against Wilson be- tend. their heads steps taken for own members. and Initiatory reeclved a letter from Hon. J. A. foreman for the L. and N. railroad, cause of his recognition of Car- tield formation of an orchestra, to or they having been stuck with ranza. Democratic leaders can not "It is a fact of economics that tho Sullivan, attorney nt Richmond, In seven children aro left to mourn afford to be too hasty In this selec- tho knives. The victorious Carranzlstas which those playing musical instru- members of every class know someher death. Her funeral will take forced their way into tho consulate; which ho sayBS Rehour about tho that took tho American officer and his "I want to suggest to you and in- place this morning from St. Louis tion. If Hughes receives themakes ments will bo welcome. Anduring thing better than Interests of mat-t"smoker," nomination and friends from the house, and threatquire if St would not be wise if we Bertrand's church. Mrs. JCIlkenny publican the Republican slogan, was devoted to therolgned supremo, class how well anyono else, no other which sociability educated that devoted wife and much of ened to shoot them. Finally they could not bring about the location was a most among her friends and "Back to prosperity," ho will defeat For the outgoing officers thero were person may bo. They do not know mother, were allowed to return. Next mornin our diocese of some of the Belgian neighborsand Wilson simply because of members who in their for what her ing, however, a crowd of thirty solemigrants in tho present war. They cerely mourned. death will be sin- and large corporationstho railroads a number them unique and generous everything aboutthey do Is best somewill force talks paid know themselves, but diers again entered tho consulate, aro all good Catholics and good into the Hughes tributes. their employes thing. That is why labor disretook tho agent forth and threatened people, and after tho close of this Following a nervous breakdown camp by another year's contlnuanco garded theorists and organized to shoot him, and finally Imprisoned great European, war thousands and duration, Mrs. of the hard times cry, shorter FATHER RILEY'S JUBILEE. unions. Their organizations havo won him. Ho was released only by the thousands of emigrants will come to of only two days' thirty-onbe- hours, etc., though prosperity was aged Pearl for them many things which wo reefforts of the British Consul, W. S. America, not only from Belgium, loved Curran, William Curran, with In evidence everywhere. This is The three days' jubilee In cele- gard as commonplace nowadays, bewife of Hardaker, Tho Consul goes on to Dut from Germany, Franco and other corporation bration of the twenty-fift- h Company, shown right hero when anniexplain that Carranzlstas, Zapatistas accustomed countries, and most of them will bo the Grainger Iron, Works at the employes were working four dayB a versary of his ordination and the cause wo aro the early days to them, died Saturday afternoon of labor and Villistas are all alike. In the but which In Catholic, I hope, and why not bring home of her mother, Mrs. Mary week, desplto tho fact that there tenth of the pastorate of the Rev. report, after reciting the outrages wero unthought of. Tho B. J. SANDMAN. about the location of some of theso Mary Garritty, 427 'South Twenty-recon- d was plenty of business, simply to John H. Riley, of tho Church of unionsunions havo given men much committed upon himself and upon labor In our diocese, where land Is rich street, leaving many friends embarrass a Democratic administra- the Annunciation at Shelbyvillo, besides tho mero others, Jenkins asks why our Govmaterial adand cheap? Eastern Kentucky has to mourn her untimely end. Besides tion. will open tomorrow and will bo an vantages, though those are most imernment continues to allow muni- William A. Goda, who had charge an area tho best coal fn the her husband and mother she Is surof The The selection of Logan N. Rock, event to bo long remembered. For tions of war to be Bent to the Mexi- of the Installation ceremonies. tho United States and also very large." vived by two sisters, Mrs. Mary Mc- - of Louisville, as Special Assistant several weeks tho people of Shelby portant, especially inasmuch as men cans and to be used by them not officers installed were: O'Grady. given organizations have suggests tbe Erory and Miss. Ada Garritty, and Attorney General, 13 pleasing to ins county. Catholic and Mr. Sullivan also Chaplain Rev. J. A. only In murdering each other wlth- greater founding of a monastery In Eastern two brothers, George and Robert many friends and associates in tho havo been preparing for this cele- greater bargaining power, to back President B. J. Sandmann. rvnt rnncn nr rnnsnn. Vnit In destroy waiting power, tho power says First Vice President H. J. Hen- - Kentucky. "Some years ago," Jack-eo- n Garritty. Tho funeral took place Democratic party and It was an bration and testimonial to Father up demands by unwillingness to lives of foreigners as well ing the ao In the letter, "I went from on tho part of the Stanley Riley, who has been an earnest and Monday morning from St. Charles and even In shooting tho representa- nessy. conditions or under Vice President J. L, Second to Hlndman, Knott county, over church, Rev. Father Raffo celebrat- administration to reward him for euccessful worker In tho service of wprkimproper Improperand not starvo tives of bur own country? "It is a Cunlffe. salaries his untiring work for Stanley and the Lord. The programme for tne for the mountain roads. On that trip ing the mass of requiem. In men's lives traffic while remaining away from work A. H. Recording Secretary was accompanied by Col. C. J. Litthe ticket before and after the jubilee will be as follows: and nothing more; and I can not Dlenst. protest. tle, of Jackson, who was my client 111 only ten days, Owen Sunday morning at 10 o'clock, under Is not good for any class, save It can bo Thomas primary. Hero In Louisville Mr. possibly understand how "It Paul and who Is a Presbyterian, and by Sullivan, a retired rolling mill fore- Rock Is well thought of by all fac- high mass,with the jubllarlan as Corresponding Secretary countenanced by our Government." everything handed Judge G. W. Oourley, of Beattyville, man and pioneer member of tho tions of tho party and his selection celebrant. Sunday night, reception children, to havo They This question has not been an- Bowling. should have Financial Secretary C. Edward who was my associate counsel. I Ancient Order of Hibernians, Another by the parish, followed by Benedic- down to them. Is Indeed a popular one. swered. It can not be answered. say tho condiwas very much impressed with tho I have before me a letter from Mueller. Tuesday night to pneumonia selection this week was the reap- tion of the Most Blessed Sacrament. something towhich about live. They they Treasurer J. L. TImmel. country, with the magnificence of at his home, 533 East Chestnut pointment of John V. McDermott as Monday morning, high mass for the tions under J. A. Robertson, of Tennessee, deMarshal John L. Sullivan. tho timber, virgin forests and with Btreet. fortified by the rites of tho Chief Engineer at the Frankfort deceased members of tho parish. should bo trained to express their scribing what was done In the Inside Sentinel Roger Glenn. unions have been a Monterey consulate; how the Consul the depths and extent of tho coal church of which he was a regular Capitol building, and all Louisville Monday night, reception by citizens oplplons. The They have taught real Outsldd Sentinel J. Efflnger. who area. Gourley is not a Catholic, but and devout communicant. General was taken out of tho conOwen Democracy rejoices, as those capital of Shelbyvllle, followed by a ban- great school.to Council Deputy Yv 111am B. Goda. their members; they quet, at which Gov. A. O. Stanley democracy make frequent visits to the sulate; the consulato ransacked; the A. G. nls heart Is In tho progress of East- Sullivan was eighty years old and Committee Executive whole house torn up, and tho Schnelddr, V. K. Ecker, James B. ern Kentucky. Ho at length urged had lived an exemplary and useful would be lost If "Big John" was will bo present. Tuesday morning, havo taught them how to debate and American men, women and children Kelly, Dr. C. J. Golsler and B. J. upon mo the Importance of a Cath- life, always ready to do a kindly act not on tho scene to give them the Bolemn high mass at 10:30, with to listen to debate. That Is ono of w. their Important results. who had come thither for safety Osterholt. Gethsomano and respected by all who knew him. proverbial glad hand and welcome. sermon by the Rev. George olic church, another "Actual material results justify driven Into one room; while tho to tho one in this diocese, in He leaves a wife, Mrs. Kathorlno Ho was Indorsed by tho entire Schuhmann, D. D rector of St. Very creditable and encouraging similar John's church, Louisville. Dinner at tho exlstenco of the labor unions," American flag was torn down, In- reports were made by the retiring the mountains of Kentucky. Ho Sullivan; two daughters, Mrs. M. C. Louisville delegation. Louisville and Jefferson the rectory to the visiting clergy continued Dr. Ryan. "In whatever The describably outraged In tho public officers, especially so tho roport said they wanted priests there and Shay and Mrs. Fergus Kennedy; fared very will follow1 tho mass. line of activity laboring men or soldiers, and Biadc by the retiring President, V. orothers who would not only teach four sons, John L. Sullivan, Assist- county representatives square by Mexican For tho past few days congratu- women have organized, thoy havo finally tied to a horso's tall and K,. Ecker, who briefly outlined tho books, but teach the art of agri- ant County Attorney; Andrew F.t well in committee appointments this dragged down the street. Ho names general markings of the council culture In tho mountains, and to In- Eugene A. and Joseph Sullivan, and week in the Lower House, special latory messages from all parts of accomplished much to improve conMayzck various other localities where sim- during the past year. Tho meeting duce them to come there they could two sisters, Mrs. Michael J, Lawler honors falling to Perry and O'Brien, tho country havo been sent tho ditions. A comparison of any trade "Billy" jubllarlan. Will in which men aro organized with ilar outrages on American officials was largely attended. J. C. Klrch-dorf- easily give a largo area of timber and Mrs. John Durst, tho latter of Kuh. Duffy, Will Representative Adam Spahn those in which no organization ex and citizens were perpetrated; while reported everything in readi and coal lands to tho church for a Nltta Yuma, Miss. The funeral was Is also slated for something good, MOURN HER DEATH. ists will prove tho advantages of ortho condition of tho Spaniards was ness to start the new DasKetDau location. And Gourley very sensibly held Friday morning, from St. TTn Rnnrikn also of tho as it is claimed tho Speaker owes avart wino. ganization. Of all the benefits that league composed of eight teams, tho said that if the church had a mon Michael's church, Roy. Martin O'Con- his election to Spahn's work, but prevalence of loathsomo Infectious first games being scheduled on astery in tho mountains they would nor officiating at the mass and pay Tho unexpected death of Mrs. havo cohio to labor In recent years, diseases in these bandit armies and Tuesday night. Rev. J. A. O'Grady bave a foothold there they could not ing touching tribute to the Hfo and Judging from the Times every day Anna HetherlngtOn Byrne, beloved more have come from labor unions anything dono at Frankfort must bo wife of Joseph W. Byrae, 1270 than from all other organizations tothen dwells upon the fact that a council on the report otherwise acquire, and that the example of his deceased friend and attributed to tho Second ward Brook street, removes from the com- gether." few days previously to tho date of addressed the from tho economic Commission, being very church would havo a basis from parishioner. of the Vice statesman and many have grown to munity an estimable Woman and a argument Aside necessity of labor the letter, which was written No- interesting as well as instructive. which to radiate Its Influence. He for tho think from tho Times writings that Christian of high character. army of these In vember 8, 1915. an Mrs. Dr. Ryan quoted as authority connection with tho installation aid the epidemic of grip, change in Byrne had nursed her daughter unions. proposition that labor Tinlons PRIEST VISITS PARENTS. Carranzlstas, whose repeated in- of officers the council had a smoker tion that he contributed to the erecof the Catholic church at repreweather, etc., must be laid at through Illness from grip, when she for the sults to American official are necessary the encyclicals of Pope which was enjoyed by all. There a Protestant, Hpahn's door. The Rev, Father J. Ambrpse sentatives and outrages upon Ameri- will be something doing every Mon- Beattyville, althoughgladly assist report twd days Leo and that he would in years Speaking of the Second ward, the was stricken and died death herlater, of XIII. on laborofand the any number of O. can citizens have never been in husIndustrial Retho Coramfsslori day night in the future at Trinity. securing the required gifts to bring professor P for aDominican House General Council made a wjse selec- leaving to mourn her in the way redressed, were permitted by Delegates- - to the Catholic FederaMisses lations, His lectures on Industrial band and two daughters, electing our administration to pass through tion, wil be named at the meeting about the location of a monastery of Studies at; Washington, who spent tion this week In vacancy In Ben Virginia and Josephine- - Byrne; two economics are attracting great atten(n the mountains of Eastern tho Ken- a week here visiting his father, Pat- Beckmann to fill the our territory from Texas to Arizona. to be held next Monday night. to succeed sisters, Miss Katherlne Hetherlngton tion In the East. tucky. He said that the mountain rick McHugh, Eleventh and Dela- Board of Councllmen I have been shown photographs inpeople did not need simply book ware, and was the guest of the Charles Mann, as the new Council- and Mrs. J. C. Enrlght, of New fork, numerable of murdered Mexicans SAVAGE NOW JUDOB, FATHER. TRAINOR SUCCUMBS. learning, bat needed instruction, in Dominican fathers on Sixth street, man Is certainly a favprite with the and a brother, Charles Hetherlngand I have been shown many photoHer funeral was held Wednesthe art of agriculture, grapes and left Saturday for Hawthorne, N. Y., Democratic voters in that district ton. morning graphs of American property that from St. Louis BerPatrick H, Savage, the wtl 1wn(! The Right Rev. Monsignor James to on, and that the brotherhood where for some time past he has and has long been a worker for the day had been wrecked, including a phoJudge Mr, trand's church, of which she was an attorney, is now presiding. recognition. tograph of a Red Cross train on P.Tralnor, rector of the Church of tould bring that to them better than been stationed in the House of party without of the exemplary member, To the bereaved ever the Common Pleas Court, tak In Philadelphia any other influeuos he knew, besides Oratory in that order. Father Beckmann .is President which the Carraaslstas fired for sev- St, Thomas Aquinas priest,' died New Christianising the raonataine, tou and a widely kaowa will be remembered as one of Columbia Athletic Club and one of family Is tendered the sympathy of a ing the placet.of Judge Llieoftt. who eral minutes with riftes and wide eirele of friends and ac- - is spending two weeks is Fioriaa ohlne gua. I have myself seen one rear's 'day of "pneumonia. He was 1 were certainly the choice of! the the beys of St JCavler's College on our leading photographers. with the Juniper Hunting CHA, . In reference to a eard published qualntanees. clKwese ana Utr yeo-- huuk iiroaawsy. .Apwrlsaa flax and eae Red Ores sixtr years old. orleatt of the well-deserv- Br! inan, aged sixty-tw- o years, died T1 esday afternoon of bronchitis at tl k homo of her sister, Mrs. Mary J lllot, 41S North WOULD ADVANCE AGRICULTURE Twenty-firstreet? f She was sixty-tw- o LOGAN ROCK GIVEN HIGH HONOR years old antii ras held In high esteem by a wldeljelrcle of friends was and neighbors. Tlie funeral Newspaper critics and magazine In the free mountains of Kentucky held yesterday morning from St. Belgium Cecilia's church. refugees from editors far and wide are now disare td find a haven, If plans made cussing coming Presidential camThe Cathedral lost another of Its paign, the by Bishop-eleFerdinand Brossart, old and devout members when dential and a review of tho Presiof tho Covington diocese, aro suctimber, especially in the Reclaimed MrBjfMargarct cessful. Monslgnor Brossart will deathwidow of JohhiJF. Watson, Wat- publican party, is the order of tho son, who day. Tho same old story is told In endeavor after the war to settle a died Monday at herfhome, 311 West every article. First tho different colony of Belgians In Eastern Ken- Broadway. by three She tucky, which Is Included In tho seo sons, William, ISjSurvlved John F. candidates are enumerated, EHhu E.R. and over which ho holds Jurisdiction. Watson, and two daughters, Misses Root, ofof New York; John W. The opportunity may also be extend- Rose and Alma Watson. The fu- Weeks, Massachusetts; Theodore Ohio; ed to emigrants from other lands neral was held yesterday morning, Burton, of Charles E. which have been laid waste by war, attended by many "'relatives and old Hughes, of New York; Philander C. deKnox, of Pennsylvania; Charles W. but the plan was principally S Fairbanks, of Indiana; William E. signed to aid the Belgians. The friends. Bishop-eleBorah, of Idaho, and last has just received a letTho angel ot death has visited tho least Theodore Roosevelt, ofbut not Oyster ter from Rev. John B. DeVille, of St. homo of Mtehael Jfand Catherine John Borchmans church, ChlcagOi Horan Carroll, 252S' West Madison Bay. Then a description of their political strength Is given what ill. street, with tho summons for their assets they would have In and event the "I have just returned from Belgium bright and lovable of receiving tho Republican nominand was happy when I learned of daughter Catherine? who was a your elevation to tho favorlto among her little assoclaes ation. But after all is told the securing the Republican episcopacy," writes the Chicago parents, for whom chances for the Idol nomination Is nar President priest. Inclosed was a clipping andfelt deep of her sympathy. Her funeral rowed down for two, and those two Is to from a New York newspaper, which was held from St. Charles church, (old of his mission In Belgium. This tho remains being laid to rest In St. are Supremo Justice Hughes and ex- Presldent Roosevelt. It is believed tho Covington Louis cemetery. deeply interested S that Hughes can capturo tho nomin Bishop, for It described how after ation with a little effort on his part, three months of labor the Chicago Monday seems probable tho priest had brought to tho United Mrs. Ann mornlngp aged funeral of and It hardly throw aside the that sixty-tw- o Lyons,! opany man will 300 Belgian men, women and years, States 'Patrick's portunity to' citizen Tho refugees joined rela- church, was held from St. years she of our land. become tho firstthat he children. In the event where tives In this country. not desire the Belgians saw to- had been a devoutcommunlcant. A is sincere and docs is an absolute "Three huhdred nomination then It of short Illness developed pneumonia certainty day for tho first time tho Statue that the next Republican Liberty," said Father Do Ville. that caused deathi'' Surviving her Presidential nominee Is none other "They all came from their stricken aro one daughter, Mrs. Baxter Horan, than Rough Rider Teddy. country filled with love for generous with whom she resided at 1824 Bank The Kentucky Irish American f William, America, that has bounteously cared street, and four sons, Lyons, and was the first paper In this part of and Michael for them In their hour of need, and James, John grandchildren. the country to say that President nope to And on Columbia's hospitable also twelve Wilson was not as strong as he happiness that war has Bhores the might tho Patrick Keenehant for twenty-1- 1 vo should be and that their Democrats they look Into the robbed them of; not confine attentions serenity and trust years a well knowflguro on Main to him alono, but in the event of future with calm Btreet, passod peacefully away Tues- growing opposition to Wilson the In. their land of adoption graying PTnurlpnrnj tho day, night at hls.hSSie, 518 South party should.haye Hint It tvinv novBp Mrs. Bridget st war-ridd- en ct ct five-year-o- ld for-lmanresgrvocandl-aafefoarryth"e)ar'tyBbanner,a- of Mackln Council last Monday Can Defeat Roosevelt evening, when tho members encour- Organization Has Accomplished Much For Benefit of All Rut Not Hughes the ConLabor. sensus of Opinion. There was an unusually gathering at tho New Year's meeting Proves That Individuals Can Not Deal On Equal Terms With Corporation. large HAUE BEEN A GREAT SCHOOL Five main reasons to prove tho necessity of labor unions wero adduced by Rev. John A. Ryan, D. D., professor of economics at the Catholic University, Washington, D. C, In tho first of a series of addresses htlffWa tln HnAl.lH r euuruuun or i. Hi uv.v.u. mo uiuumju German Catholic Societies. "Facts of industry which prova the necessity of labor unions," said Dr. TO 1 Ryan, SEB. O. HUBBUCH. aged their new ofllcors and enjoyed a varied and interesting "smoker." President John Lynn reviewed the work of tho past year, during which great Improvements had been made In and about the club house, now one of tho best Ip. tho city, and In conclusion expressed gratitude to tho memDers wno nau maao nis aammis-tratio- n successul. Seb. O. Hubbuch and tho officers were then installed, and In his remarks President Hub buch called upon all to aid him in making this tho most successful year in Mackin's history. All other officers were called upon and responded by pledging their best efforts to retain tho lead now held'and strengthen In every way the numerical and financial standing of tho council. Notice was given that the sick benefit laws would be rigidly enforced and that neglect to keop In good standing would cause loss of all benefits. All members desiring to train for participation in tho second unsatisfactory condition of the wage question estimates show that of all adult male workers receive less than t iov per year, wnno irom bo to 60 per cent, of female workers receive less than ?8 per week. "Second tho length of tho hours of labor demanded from so many twd-thlr- "are: "First tho worKers. vices and the resultant number "Third sad-eye- et Gorman-America- Bm V2flH or e, non-Cathol- on cold-blood- 1 euc-eucb- or Mc-Hug- h, Me-Hus- th -- I - s u. IsClSITJOBCY IBtieXX A3UEE2RIOAB&KENTUGKY IRISH AMERICAN. EVERY SATURDAY. at Iris Amwkaw aad CaAstica ) feted to tbc Saclal aad Moral Officially Indorsed by Amclent Order ot Hibernians, Young Men's Institute aad CataoHc Knights ot America. PUBLISHED - C83SaaC8a83ttSS33SSS) SOCIETY. ctasaaexa3ssssssssssa 1 ivaet KENTUCKY IWIttH AMEHICAN PRINTING CO,, Incorporated, per YEAR S1NOU3 COPY ge Chicago. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, onb Mrs. Harry Gans and little daughfUtUr Bnfrd t Ut UatnrHta PnttWci i g9,ad-Cter were holiday guests of relatives to" West (ktea St. igsrsrt M CoBamaUsttoas the KMMTUCty MtSH AMBKrCAN, at Hawesvllle. - 'Miss Annie Bannon left Thursday for Miami, Fla., where she will TOArmg?fC0IUNCIL)l spend three months. dollar Thomas D. Claire has Just from an attack of Influenza. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Herrmann Publlehore left Sunday evening on a visit to Always the Best For Less. J BACON a SQfl -- 'INrnDDnDaTFn""'SBSBBSSSBBi Seventy Years Under the Same Name. m U 3P-2- 1 Sheets, Bedspreads and Pillow Cases BEDSPREADS. We have only 1 caso of theso spreads and they aro full bed size and hemmed ready for use; an 80c spread; at tho spe05c cial price, each BEDSPREADS BEDSPREADS HEMMED SHEETS PHjLOW CASES ' M LOUISVILLE, NECESSITY antl-Cathol- lc KY. OP PATIENCE. .SATURDAY, In concluding a lecture at Philamovements delphia on States, Rev. Peter lu the United professor of American Gullday, church history at the Catholic University, dwelt upon the necessity incumbent upon Catholics to show the utmost patience In moments of trial such as that through which tho church has recently passed, and said: "Wo know from St. Paul's teaching that tho purpose ot all God'B commandments is love for Him and palovo for our neighbor, and the necessary In Ameritient charity so can Catholic life is the charity which oeareth all things In silence and .wdureth all things In tho conscious ness that Almighty God will never obandon tho church, the spouso or nls Dlvlno Son. The better and more never enlightened with movements identify themselves and as so supremely Christiana and Catholics we should show our disapproval of all methods and un which are avoldanco ot American by a strict all similar methods In our defonso of Catholic rights and privileges There Is no need of arming ourselves Wo are a our Grandfathers did. strong to need that method ot too winninc Justice. Let every man do upright, an honest, Catholic citizen, and an upright American to his very heart, and the church will be recognized as America's most unique power in preserving the integrity of the nation.' cs God-feari- guest Watt Osborne, of Detroit. and Introduced Thangsglvlng day to Qolp out. Christmas is a particularly Tirino nonnrtn Kerrlell SDent the holidays wlh her parents, Mr. and Catholic festival. Mrs. J. A. Ferrlell, at New Haven. we speak words of kindness to If Tinrirn f!nfT(r was the hOUOr thoso who aro in need of comfort, guest at a holiday dance at the It wo attempt by our own lives to home of Miss Eva Casper at niako the world bettor and puror, we shall have accomplished a least a Afr nml MrR. H. B. MoOneV. of little. rilftnn linvo returned from St. Louis, where they spent tho holi days. Afiv jind Mrs. Alex. Thompson spent Christmas week In Indian SSHv '"llBSSM apolis with William J. L,awier ana family. rinoinnntr wpto last week euests of JANUARY 8,1916. Mrs. Elizabeth Burns In Clifton. Mr nml Mrs. J. B. Scannoll. Of England purltanlsm which tried In fain to make people forgot Christmas the West End, have had as their nml Mri. Vincent Burke. Of quality extra are These spreads hemmed ready for use; they aro worth $1.26; at, sale priced In this $1.00 each BEDSPREADS case One only of spreads; they como in seilles patterns and aro for largo " size beds; $1.75; on sale at, each these Mar- made worth $1.37 BEDSPREADS ssBF'jissV These are largo size damask bedspreads; they aro hemmed ready for use; a $3.00 spread; to sell at tho special price Of S2.20 BEDSPREADS ssssssssssh issssV Dhiiin Mnmhv. or Now Albany. has been spending a week In In dianapolis visiting his sister, jurs. W. A. Brown. bssssbLS' ssav Thomas McDon-oug- h visited in Frankfort on Sunday as tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. John V. McDermott. Matt Foley, of Mr. and Mrs. rhionirn who were hero on a visit during the holidays, went home Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Miss Annie Thompson has returned from Now Haven, where she spent the holidays with her father, Robert -- Thompson. vis-isto- These are extra fine satin damask, spreads in assorted designs; they are large bed size and aro worth $3.50; sale S2.50 price, each ) Theso are largo size spreads They aro hemmed ready for These sheets aro bIzo 72x90 uso and size 42x36 inches; a either scalloped or fringed; inches; they aro a 40c quality; they aro mado for metal beds 8o 10c pillow case, at each specially priced in this sale at, 32c and aro a good value at tho each PILLOW CASES regular price of $1.75; special $1.37 HEMSTITCHED SHEETS price, each Either hemmed or hemstitched and mado of good muslin; size BEDSPREADS Theso sheets are also slzo 72x Inches; 42x36 salo price, 90 inches and aro a 50c qualBpreads These aro fringed 12 H c each ity; special at, each 30c made for use on metal beds; PILLOW CASES they aro large bed size and SHEETS worth $1.39; wo have onlyl HEMMED ""Made of extra good quality $1.10 caso to sell at, each, These sheets aro slzo 81x90 muslin and hemmed ready for Inches; they aro mado of good uso; slzo 42x36 Inches; an BEDSPREADS muslin and aro worth 59c; 18c pillow caso, at each. .....15c scalloped aro fine GOc These sale price, each.... spreads In an extra largo bIzo; PILLOW OASES they are mado for use on nEMMED SHEETS Made of fino muslin and hemmetal beds and aro an extra stitched; they are worth 19c; Made of extra good cotton and $2.25 special value at sale price, each seamless; they are slzo 81x90 15c BEDSPREADS Inches and aro a 79c sheet; 00c PILLOW OASES sale prico, each. damask satin aro Theso aro These hemmed emspreads with scalloped edges; broidered pillow cases; they they aro largo bed size and aro HEMSTITCHED SHEETS are slzo 45x36 inches; 65c quality Mado of extra good for use on metal beds; they are on quality; sale at, per sheeting size 81x90 and worth up to $4.50; special at, pair inches; an 89c sheet for......75c $2.08 each 50c RUGS, LACE CURTAINS AND DRAPERIES AXM1NSTER RUGS Theso are dropped patterns of rugs mado by Sanford and Hartford; size 36x72 inches, AXJHNSTER RUGS WW and sell regularly for $4.00; special price, each $3.75 Special Assistant to the Attorney Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly and Mr. General. and Mrs. Griffiths were holiday at Tell City, tho guests of INTENTION FOR JANUARY. Mr. and Mrs. Mat Ulmer. Misses Mayme, Nell LOGAN N. ROCK, rs GOOD WILTj COME. Slowly our apologists for the war in Europe are convincing the people of the world that out of the war will come much good. That the nations engaged are on trial, being ground between the upper and nether mill stone to that fineness where tho grain t"hat is defective and unlit will drop out and only tho good, wholo- lo grain will romain, Is evident. Fltttlo while aco politics ruled France politics that shut out God and today tho soldiers of France are calling to God to assist them. They Implore Him from the trenches and tho battlefields. They look In his face and die smiling. Thero is no phaso of tho war where God is not wanted, where He is not urged to come, and thus is adjusted what pol Itlcs would llko to deny: that God Is always certain to bo proclaimed from our hearts no matter how blasphem ously He may be denied by Individual governments. TIME TO BE ALEBT. Tho friends of peace and of gen ulne neutrality would do well to be on the alert now when candidates for tho Presidential nomination aro being groomed by the wirepullers of the Already great political parties. President Wilson's renomlnatlon Is conceded, and Theodore Roosevelt baa Come into tho limelight tho patronage of Gary, tho Steel Trust man, who no doubt das a realizing senso of favors to coma as well as of the favors he re ceived during Roosevelt's term in tho Whito House. Whether or not tho later permits his namo to bo pre sented to tho convention is, however, a matter of very Httlo moment to tho friends of peace, of genulno neutrality and of fair play. What is of moment is that there seems to bo an understanding between tho wirepullers of both tho great parties to put a politician in the i running, so that no matter how tho election may go British interests will not "suffer by tho result. Now this Ik what the friends of fair play must guard against they must seo to It that they will not be obliged to make a choice between two evils. The time to prepare has come, and the friends of fair play should eet about organizing every Congressional dismeastrict in tho Union. Half-wa- y ures will not accomplish anything, nor will big meetings here and there In the big cities, but a strong, working organization in every district, with an eye single to its high purpose, will very quickly bring both ot the great parties to their national MBMe. If the evil spirit ot West Britonlsm, now rampant in this great land ot ours, Is to be exorcised, something more will be required than an oooasional big meeting with Its flamboyant oratory punctuated by "the loud collision ot applauding hands." appro-prlatoly'undpro-Briti- sh -over-the-fesce intention of the Sacred Heart for January recommended by His Holiness Popo Benedict XV. is "The Reign of the Sacred Heart in tho Family." The home of homes was Nazareth and tho family of families the was the Holy Family, and reason for both one and the other was simply this, that Nazareth was the home of the Sacred Heart. We aro to pray during this mouth that all families may be modelled on that sacred home, that tho Sacred Heart may reign In tho hearts of the parents and of tho children. All have of us are what our homes made us. The chief formative Influence In tho shaping of character Is that first fashioning of manners and of thought that is given near the hearthstone. Happy the man and happy the woman whose childhood has been passed In a homo llko that where for so many years dwelt tho Sacred Heart of our Lord. The reign of the Sacred Heart in the family depends upon the parents. Who Is to teach baby lips the holy names but the parents? Who is to train the growing boy and girl to walk In tho way that leads to eternal life and to take up with joy the burden of Christ? Who if not the parent, both by word and by example? If Catholic parents wero more llko Mary and Joseph, Catholic children would bo more like the Child Jesus. Fewer children would be a judgment on their parents, fewer hearts would bo In ashes, fewer hopes would be in vain. Calamity comes to thoso who neglect tho teachings of Christ and do not honor his Sacred Heart. If they would have joy, they must make Jesus tho center of their hopes, tho teacher of their ideals nrw? tli mnrlol of tliolr virtues. Then would bo fulfilled his prom ises to Diess tne nomes wnere ms Heart Is honored. Tho general League of tho TLEASED AVITH and Dora Barrett were members of a delightful house paity at the homo ot the Misses Foley at Powee Valley. Congressman Swagar Sherley and his secretary, Joseph P. HInes, left Tuesday evening for Washington after spending tho holidays here. Joseph L. Foley, now an attorney In Chicago, was In New Albany to spend New Ypar's with Mrs. Foley and his daughter, Miss Katherine Foley. Mlas Adelnlilo OurU was host on Wednesday at an informal luncheon followed by a theater party in honor of her guest, Miss Katherine O'Brien, of Chicago. II WW WW yi WILTON RUGS LACE Theso are the best rugs mado TABLE COVERS for wear; we have them in a AXMINSTER RUGS Mado with double and twisted variety of beautiful patterns; Theso aro reversible damask In the best quality mado; thread and lockstitch edgo; size 36x63 inches; the regular yards long tablo covers with fringo all they aro 3 and 3 theso are dropped patterns in special price Is $7.00; nine different designs; slzo 9x around; slzo tho regular and we have only 2 or 3 of a prico $5.50 12 feet; regular $27.50 qualprico special pattern; worth $2.25; special is $1.50; TAPESTRY BRUSSELS RUGS ity; we are selling them at prico $1.00 price, per pair. $1.50 aro good quality seamTheso less than the manufacturer's less rugs in threo dlffeornt patprice today; our prico $10.50 CRETONNES LACE CURTAINS terns to select from; size 9x12 feet; they are worth $14.00; PRINTED LINOLEUM This material makes lovely This is a fine lot of odd curspecial In this Bale at $12.50 tains; with 2 or 3 pairs of a In an endless variety of patand wo have it pattern; they are made with INLAID LINOLEUM terns; this is the new process in a variety of pretty patterns; In wood and tile patterns with linoleum and will outwear any double and twisted thread and 3 to 10 yards In a piece; from printed linoleum made; regcolors through to back; tho lockstitch edgo and aro 3 and regular prico 25c; special at, regular prico is $1.19; spocial ZVz yards long; worth up to ular prico 50c; salo price, per per yard squaro yard price, per square yard......$1.00 $3.60; per pair. 45c 18c $2.50 8-- 4; over-draperi- es In threo different patterns of dropped designs; they aro made i'n soft, rich colorings and aro worth regularly $22.-5price, each $20.00 0; BUNGALOW NET DRAPERY SCRIMS Theso are fast color drapery This is a nice quality of bungalow net in 45 and scrims in a number of attractive patterns; they aro 1 yard widths; tho regular prico for wide and sell regularly is 50c; special at, per yd....25c 10c 15c; priced at, per yard CURTAINS 50-in- ch ij Little Miss Marcella Smith, who spent tho holidays with her nunt, Sister Mary Rose, at Holy Rosary Academy, has returned to her homo at Bardstown. Mrs. L. C. Barry and Httlo niece, Mary Baker Wilfred, have returned after spending the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. J. Arch Wllklns at Bowling Green. Mr. and Mrs. Will Fahey gave an elaborate dinner at their home at Parkview for Mr. and Mrs.. Edward Buckman. Mrs. Minnie Coder and Men's $2 Soft Hats NOW n THE BEST $1, $1.50, $2 HATS AT CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving: Picture Houses in Louisville. Catering especially to Ladies and Children. Under the same management. Presenting only the standard prodnctlons, historic, dramatic and comic. aE-- fffcdKi4i?a w h fm ivri wmw Thomas Buckman. Corcoran and children, who have been the guests of Mrs. Corcoran's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Wathen, have returned to Belleville, Ont. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew These represent this season's popular styles broken lines but a full range of sizes; in brown, gray, serge blue, green, tan, etc. Every hat is in perfect condition and at the reduced price the offer is rare $1.48. M AH tho late aad sew Styles and Shapw can ba found bare at reaionable price. Com-Cel-S- ar The Great Stomach, Kidney Liver and Central Coal and Iron Co. ii INCORPORATED. 207 PAUL JONES BUILDING spending the holiday vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Angermeier, In tho Highlands. Miss Clara Angermeier has returned to school at Nazareth after Blood Remedy An Ideal Tonic and Body Builder. 4t4l COAL HOME- - Afnnr Vnt nitltfo. Nleht Chief of to his has been confined The commodious this past wees win new school erected at Sixteenth and sprained ankle, which he sustained Market by tho Rev. Father Cronin, by slipping on the steps of his resi V. G for the children ot St. Pat- dence. rick's parish, was thrown open for nnhlte. Inanortlnn Sunday afternoon. Wlllam B. Holland, of Cincinnati, For two hours patrons and friends fnrmnriv of this city, has been nnccnrl tVirnnrrh tho hiillrilncr. which spending the holidays with his was pronounced unsurpassed by any father, Jonn J. iiouana, outIn the city. Father cronin ana ine renewing old Building Committee aro receiving ers street, and praise for their work. Benjamin Warfleld Martin, of the CHARITY EUCHRE AND LOTTO. Stewart Dry Goods Company office severo attack of Tho Ladies' Sowing Society ot St. force, fainted from a Wednesday Anthony's Hospital will give their inflnoriTa emd lnmhacco a taxi- taken homo charity euchre ana lotto and had to be now roportea In improvannual Tuesday and Wednesday, January cab. Ho is 25 and 26. at Phoenix urn .rarK, ing. afternoon and evening. Tho ladles , .. TTonWft who Un- will serve supper and thero will be Many derwent an operation at .St. iamusic and refreshments. -- wospuai, handsome nrlzes will bo distributed. ward's a k.i. Latvia nn KftRt MSr- Thero will also bo a tally prize at street, New Albany, where she each session The proceeds will be ket devoted to the care or tne cnaruy Is making steaay inubo """- patients that aro sent to St. An- recovery. thony's. ... m iTnntinn TlrnnTe Mrs. wmiam '"""""i attack an " federation! this week sufferedWednesday of pneumonia and on Tho regular monthly meeting of was removed to Sts. Mary and the Catholic Federation will bo held Elizabeth Hospital, where sho is out Thursday night at the Knights of resting easy and pronounced ot or her Columbus hall on Fourth street dangfcr, to the great relief Many of the city parishes are now many ineuuo. sending delegates and President Qsju looks for a large attendance. FATHER DALY IMPROVES. Yearly Teports will be submitted and jpi, moTiv friends IhrOUKhOUt the some very interesting correspondence - . fha Ttc.tr TTneh -j ii read. Interest in the Fedoratlon is city ana uiuuemj steadily Increasing, and before long Daly, who has been seriously ill at c- -" it may be extended to a number of Ellsabetntown, wm rsjut has changed for other cities throughout the State. that his conditionWednesday he was the better and on resting well. His recovery now BREAKS ARM AGAIN. N seems assured. Rev. George W. Schuhmann, D. D.. pastor of St. John's church, fell BRINGING PALLIUM. and broke his arm last Monday afternoon, this being the second Right Rev, Monslgnor Ahern, break of his left arm. the former of the neighaccident occurring about two years Vice Rector Roma, North American Some ot, oar has been chosen physician has placed the nniimu in bors wen any about celebrating ago. InHis plaster cast, and though , onna Ttanatpt a the hearer of a Christmas 4ay religiously and pre arm Father Schuhmann Is not suffering, the pallium for Archbishop-sleferred to pm It over to tho follow- - J nevertheless he Is handicapped in Mundeleln. Monslgnor Ahera is expected to arrive here this month. Inc Bandar This to a relic of New hi-- i parish and ministerial work. Police, and handsome homo SCHOOL. LEVY'S Third and Market. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBDS. LegallyGuaranteedto sat isfy you or money refunded. One dollar for 3 boxes. On sale at all drug stores. "As Near to You as tbe Nearest Phone', Render, Jellico, Smokeless, Anthracite DAN I J. HENNESSY PHONE CITY 3238 EDW. A. AXMAN uii Fall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. Oar Special $3.00 Spray Oar Special $5.00 Wreath The largest values In Funeral Flowers ever offered in Loniivlllo. both phones. pBBM.MM Hennessy UPSTAIRS Axman 425 W. Jefferson Street POPULAR PRICE TAILORS STORE. Late News That Will Interest Members Here and For prompt delivery call ?23 -- J- jrtmm Niagara Falls. Louisville's next Initiation takes place February 6. Forty candidates received tho degrees on New Year's day at Topeka. After admitting flfeen candidates tho Knighta of Olean, N. Y., enjoyed a rabbit supper. Denver Knights will give a mask ball Thursday night to raise funds for charity wgrk. Permission has been granted for the second initiation within a year's time at Pueblo, Col. Next month 100 new members will receive the honor of Knighthood at Springfield, Ohio. Bishop Carrell, JJewport and Councils will have their 1olnt Initiation tomorrow at Covington. Masaachusetts KniKhts mourn the death of their State Chaplain, the Rev. James J. McCarthy, ot Ke-hoe A large class awaits Initiation at fllwhi K MDrWBLSnO j tourtti tmm loulrvllr IT joCK'Tt iiiuumu an The Last Dollar That you spent for something you did not NEED would hare started a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear interest COMPOUNDED twice a year; There MAY COME a time whea your "LAST DOLLAR" mast be spent for somethiag yoa DO NEED. The SAVING now of the dollars you are wasting might keep that "hard time" from ever coming. "Flowers telegraphed everywhere Ky. Title Savings Bank has introduced in the Senate the bill to make October 12 a legal holiday In the national capital. Knights are deeply Colorado grieved over the death ot their Dr. James F. State Advocate, Kearns, who passed away oh Christmas eve at his home in La Junta. He had been Mayor ot the city and was one of the most prominent men In Southern Colorado. and Trust Co, Fifth rfnd Court Place. Open Daily Until 3 p. m. ' ,.,... Saturdays Until 7 p. m. Cuiub. South Uotu. City tilOl OGO-- Y DOUGHERTY & LANNING COAL CO. INCORPORATED. et SEJKfBBrf EfloUsANlV. The new $76,000 home of the One hundred years ago this year Knlehta of SDrinxfleld. Ohio, opened on New Year's day, will be formally the United States contained only eighty-fiv- e priests; now It baa over dedicated tomorrow. United States Senator Saulsbury 19,000. Best Quality Pittsburg and Jellico Coal. Offica and Yard Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue szi&iscTXJOJErsr xj&xsxx RELIABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these colurns. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. AMERICAN ELEVATORS MADE IN LOUIS VHJLiB BY AMERICAN ELEVATOR & .jmd&ricaik. i . f iYiPAN W SMITH'S SftlV. THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH INCOIIPORATED CO. Distillers Of OLD FORTUNA "HOLLENBAOH" C28 W. Main St. SOUR MA8I1 PURE RYE Louisville., Ky. MACHINE CO. ENGRAVERS BCHLICH ENGRAVING COMl'AftV. BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS Fruit Cnko and Charlotto Russo ELECTROTYPERS Ky 1104 SOUTH SEVENTH STREET- LouIstIIIo, S8S W. Main St, Homo Rhone, City G574 Home Phone City 6674 "SOUTHERN STAR" ARTISTIC PRINTING SLICED BACON FIRST CLASS WORK "All Ready for Your Griddle in the Give Tills Offlco Your Next Order Morning" 317 W. GREEN ST. SAUSAGE HAMS, LARD, LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. Telephone City 946 (Incorporated.) FIRE Sale SHOES Men's, Women's, Children's AL. S. SMITH, PROP. Funeral Director and Embaimer BOTH PHONES 810. '?'1fcvvv J. J. HOME PHONE 88 809 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Ct xt eeeeeeev CDMBERLAND MAIN 3071., 5 BARRETT'S SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. Practice Mcdiclno and Surgery J. T. HULSKAMP, M. D. "The Place Where Old Clothes Are Removed to Suito 812 Starks Bldg. Made to Look like New." Louisville, Ky. SPALDING DRY CLEANING CO 1 a. m.; 8 p. m. Hours 1 Sunday a. m. PHONES 1887. 10-17-- ioijj?j:i STARTS TODAY Saturday, 8:30 A. M. REMEMBER THE LOCATION OUR STORE AT 822 Bast Main. Street. ft Jnfl ffm 1 f anTaaT T fatf Dougherty loo? wrcT & McELLIOTTii vr a Direr 10-1- 6oi S Cumb. Q. 981 Home, City 981 Receivers and Snippers of Hay and MISS JOSEPHINE WOLF Grain. Manufacturers of Shur-963 SOUTH THIRD STREET Pleez Poultry and Stock Feeds Hay, Grain, Flour and Mill Feed CONFECTIONER AND OATERESS Weddings and Parties Given Chas. A. Cyphers' New Buffalo Special Attention Incubators and Brooders ' Charles Wolf, Manager LOUISVILLE. KY. lUTIER-HENNING- cmrrT '.' 417419 Fourth Ave. Funeral Directors Cumb. fllnin 209S-- and Ernbalmers Homo City 209S X WAGON OR VAN 2C25 West Walnut Street PICNIC PARTIES A SPECIALTY Home Phono Shawnee 198C ARTHUR A. WILL JOHN B. WATHEN FURNITURE MOVER and PACKER It. JEUNESSE BUILDING CONTRACTOR Cash 417-41- None Charged None Exchanged None Sent On Approval No Telephone Orders Sale! both U xho2?cjb;s. FRANK FEHR BREWING I""JKcPORATEr 810 YORK STREET Cft Phono South 1753 THOS. Louisville, Ky. J. BRODERIOK 4392-- J BUILDER Montgomery Street Home Phone Shawnee 1010 2431 WM. SHEET ISGRIGG CONTRACTOR PLUMBING, GAS AND SEWERAGE Home Phone City 9 FOURTH AVENUE. 1000 Zane Street Homo Phone 1191 METAL Hollenbach's Wine Houie KARL A. HOLLENBAOH, Proprletoi J BISHOP BROSSART'S ANSWER. v AUTOMOBILE Chicago Opera Scheckler. The Financial Secretary, F. G. Adams. brought John McCormack, the Irish OAKDIXAI GIBBONS. ' G. tenor, back to tho operatic Secretary Recording W. stage Although In his eighty-secon- d Now Year's eve after an absence of year Cardinal Gibbons on Sunday Buckle. two years. McCormack appeared In Treasurer G. J. Thornton. preached tho sermon at the high "La Bohomo" with Gernldlne For-ra- r. Marshal Theo. Buckle. mass in tho Baltimore Cathedral and ROSARIES Five years ago when ho was Inside Sentinel James Radigan. Immediately afterward held a publio zr3-'-- , fifes with tho Chicago Opera Company Outside Sentinel H. Pfeicer. reception at the archieplscopal resiSCAPULAR MEDALS ho received $285 a. performance. dence? Hundreds of persons of all .,Wj See oar new book, "How to Get creeds paid their respects to the Friday nljsht he received $2,000, fiBEWSHKnHfifc ""W SAVE DINNER TO EMMET. PKR The box office sales showed the house Ma.ried." venerable prelate, each person being CKNT P YOU to bo tho biggest in tho history of presented in turn, and receiving a Rev. John Cavanaugh, C. S. C, Every Devotional Article here. warm handclasp. In bis sermon President of Notre Dame University, tho Chicago Opera Company. Ne trouble to show goods. strictly Cut Flowers lor alt occasions. the Cardinal confined himself Meat to the subject "Tho Universality of will deliver an address before tho RELIGIOUS CENSUS SURPRISES. Special attention given Goods Co. the Catholic Church." Making men- American Irish Historical Society at Hartford, Conn., according to the orders. 440 SOUTH FIFTH ST. Hotel, New religious census just completed by tion of the Vatican Council which de- the Waldorf-Astori- a Opposite the Cathedral. fined thedogro. pf tho infallibility York City, this Saturday on the oc- the Connecticut Bible Socioty, has 129 S. FOURTH AVE. NEW NANZ NEUNER CO. of the Pope, the Cardinal adverted to casion of a dinner, complimentary to 12,083 Protestant families to 11,354 film! tr.ii... .mam.., .nnKm Mvvp . vw.w Tt.r V.nl T INCORPORATED, the fact that ho was the youngest the venerable Dr. Thomas Addis Roman Catholic families. Despite Hams, Baeon. Park, Lard, SftHMjis. Bishop there and npw was the only Emmet. Dr. Emmet, who several the fXet of there being 738 more 657 Fourth Ave., Louisville, Ky. Telephone City 2211 years ago was a receplent of the Protestant families, the Catholic survivor. IMPMTEItS Medal given annually , by persons counted total 52,428 Laetare to Notre Dame University for dis- 41,935 (Protestant persons, Thus CHESTERFIELD MINSTRELS. FINE WINES AND LIQUORS. by Catholic layman CathollCB have more than 10,000 The Chesterfield Minstrel Club tinguished work science, is a grand-nepheWv year feoys aa dsoatloa. tbat irtlX Distillers And WholMale Deal-er- s performance In some art or more members of their families. In will ilve a minstrel jrepaxe uem lor uis. of the famous Irish patriot, other words, the Catholic families la Finest Bared af Kea auspices of St.-- John's under the Directors tacky WWkls, especially church at St Mary's Hall, Eighth Robert Bmmet, and is one of Amer- average 4.6 members to 3.5 mem- ST. XAVIER'S COLLEGE 113 W. r4wuy, Xoalartil, Xy. and Cedar streets, Sunday and Mon- ica's most distinguished surgeons, bers for the Protestants, or more day evenings, January' 23 and 24. his work in plastic surgery being es- than one more to a family. The Conducted br the Xaverlu Bret&era. NORTON BUILDING BusIbmm and Scientieo Tickets can bo secured from the pecially recognized throughout the Jews, with 3,882 families and 16,849 CUmImI,PreMratory Departaaeat, BOTTLED IM BOND. Law members of the Young Ladles' So- world. Dr. Cavanaugh will deliver persons, have a still higher average Courses, Tool. Well Bqulppe4 Qynwia AVBSWH K. W. Owner fmttk mm! JeffffSM Uwimming an eulogy on Dr. DmoMt, 234 3j StXH JTtf ET dality of St. John's church. TtkfttM 1143.9 or approximately five to the family. aiM. TeraM He4at. Br. Dir. TlehMa Mi2. When Right Rot. Ferdinand Bros- of Covington, was sart. Bishop-elec- t pastor at Lexington during the late seventies, tho town was visited by C. G. STIGLITZ & SONS SEE P00LEY epidemic. a virulent small-po- x In FOR MONEY CONFIDENTIAL an effort to stem tho spread of tho MANUFACTURERS RELIABLE disease, the city established an isolaLouisville Made Furnaces tion hospital, two miles out in tho F. R. POOLEY country, in this S. Ninth St. Room 1, Building twenty-seve- n and hopeless were housed l patients, all Home Phone City 2542 415 Fourth Street victims of that most loathsome form of disease, black small-poThero was not a Catholic among them, U 11 1 11 WtfrWM-WWbut when Ihey felt the near approach of death they cried for spiritual reM. J. BANNOH. LAWRENCE P. BANNOH, JR., J. VEENEMAN. lief. The attending physician, Dr. Pitt, t Hit. Vict Pret. I Treu. Secritary. Taylor, himself a convert, set out to seek a minister. He made the rounds of the town and called upon overy Protestant clergyman In Lexington, but none of these would rlBk a visit to tho pest bouse. The physician Sewer and Calvert Pipe, then returned to his patients and Sanson's Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits, told them of the failure of his misWall CoDiarf. Drain Tile. Vitrified Brick. A sion. Tho poor creatures begged him to try the Catholic priest; and X Fire Proofing, Flue Lining, Fire BricK the doctor called upon Father Bros-sar- t, Grate and Boiler Tile, Groand Fire Clay, Chimney Fops. at that time pastor of St. Paul's church, and explained tho pitiable OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON situation. Tho young priest mounted his horse at oifce and hastened on HOME PHONES CITY CUMB. MAIN 507. his mission of mercy. Ho arrived at WORKS---13Breck. and Alagnolia Ave., Bet. 9th aud 10th. 1 the hospital and was met by the warden. When that official learned W"WrtN-W-WWthat ho had com to visit the vicho extims of thq black small-poclaimed in amazement: "Father Brossart, I wouldn't go in that placo for a thousand dollars." "Nor would I for a thousand dollars." replied tho priest; "but If any FEDERAL TIRES, VULCANIZING. good can 'bo done for the salvation of an Immortal soul, I'll go." And FREE SERVICE. go he did, after taking tho necessary precautions against spreading the disease on his return to the city. On entering tho pest house ho found 1101-0- 3 EAST BROADWAY. stricken men and tho twenty-seve- n women lying upon their cots, raoBt of them perilously near death's door. So glad wero they to see him that in their Joy they grasped his arm, kissed his hands, and even tried to Ho worked with embrace him. lest for feverish rapidity, fearful come he might be too late. By 2 o'clock in tho morning his labor of The most popular cooking device in lovo was finished; he hadashurriedly best he instructed his neophytes the the world. Easy to clean, cooks quickly, could, administered of to them penbaptism, bakes perfectly and consumes the least uavlng sacraments unction, and comance and extreme forted them with the solacing considpossible amount of gas. eration of our holy Tellglon. All of It is made to last. them died, but tho heroic young priest had the sweet satisfaction of having helped them to meet their God with confident faith in the saving merits of our dear Lord and ("Saviour, Jesus Christ. L. 4105 Henry Street Home Phone, Shawnee 1383-- Importer and Dealer In WINES AND LIQUORS 144 South Third Street SOCIETY DIRECTORY. A. 0. H. NOTHING SENSATIONAL. Wo have been asked to comment on tho reported approval by Cardinal Gibbons of tho "Billy" Sunday revival in Baltimore, says tho reverend editor of tho True Voice. If DIVISION 1. the editors had read carefully the Second and Fourth Thursday, Lled- - dispatch from Baltimore they would Brewers and Bottlers OERTEL BREW CREAM BEER 210-22- 2 Courier-Journa- x. f W f Clancy. erkranz Hall, Sixth and Walnut. President Mark Ryan. Vice President W. L. Cushing. Recording Secretary Daniel McCarthy. Secretary Edward Financial Treasurer Sorgeant-at-Arms-i-Jam- Thoraos Keenan. Tim Lyons. DIVISION 2. English. Sentinel Meets P. BANN0N PIPE CO. Keaney. Hall, Sixth and Walnut. President Joseph Lynch. Vice President Daniel O'Keefe. 'Recording Secretary John T. Secretary Edward J. Hel- First Wednesday Llederkranz Financial Kelran. Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arm- s 573-178- 6. ton. Thomas Hannan. John P. I th rd H x, ACCESSORIES DIVISION 3. First and Third Monday at HiberPortland. nian Homo, 1818-182- 0 President Lawrence J. Mackoy. Vice President John J. Riley. Financial FALLSCITYVULCANIZINGCO. Recording Secretary Matthew O'Brien. Treasurer Daniel Dougherty Sergeant-at-Arm- s M. Kalaher. Sentinel Thomas Noon. DIVISION 4. Meets Second and Fourth Mondays, Hession, Jr. Secretary John J. QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE McTighe. Bertrand Hall, Sixth Street. President John H. Hennessy. Vice President Thomas Lynch. Financial Secretary Thomas J. Langan. Recording Secrotary James S. Treasurer Sentinel Sentinel M. M. Sergeant-at-Arm- s Pat Connolly. J. McDermott. J. McDermott. Edward Byrne. y. m. i. MACKIN COUNCIL, 205. Evenings at Club Meets Monday House, 344 North Twenty-sixth. GEHER & SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET. Schaad. First President Second S. O. Vice- Vico Hubbuch. M. President President R. F. L. have used a different heading for it r.OTJTSVXLLB, TTY". What the Cardinal said, according to tho dispatch, was that he was glad to approve Sunday's soundness IN BOTTLES FOR HOME USE of doctrine in certain great truths neglected by many (Protestant) churches and that he had no objection to the Sunday commtltee Bonding letters to his priests asking prayers for tho success of tho Sunday SATISFIES THAT LONGING. ampalgn. That Is quite a different thing from giving his approval to tho Sunday campaign. Whorover riunday has gone throughout tho country it has been widely commentINCORPORATED f ed upon that ho preached a great PHONE CITY 859. LOUISVILLE. KY, deal of Catholic doctrine. The fundamental truths of Christianity have been insisted upon in most of Cumb. Phone West 191 Home Phone ISIS his discourses. He has preached the THE divinity of the Saviour, tho punishment of sin and our responsibility to God for our conduct. So far, so good. These aro truths thnt too many Protestant churches are neglecting today. But they aro not INCORPORATED tho whole of Catholic doctrine. Sunday drives home many Catholic doctrines to his hearers. But he does not himself accept the whole of Catholic doctrine nor does he teach it. For tho Catholic truths that ho expounds so fearlessly ho deserves Sold at all lending bars and cafes. Renowned for purity, strength, excelteatrmr 4 commendation. That is a different GRUBER & DEUSER. Managers, Louisville, Ky. thing from commending the rejection of tho whole of Catholic teaching or approving of his preaching as JOHN B. IBTRANJK a whole. Tho Cardinal has not gone respect thnn have farther in this others who have studied Sunday and his sermons. It is hard to seo what objection tho Cardinal could have to the Sunday committee sending letters to. his priests. That by no moans implies that ho wishes them to join in the Sunday campaign for 512 CLAY STREET. 508, 510 "trail hitters." Wo believe the priests of Baltimoro know their duty TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVELOffi. KT. In this respect, and they can bo trusted to discharge it. Wo think that tho editors who made a sensaA Case of Good Judgment. Order a Case of ' tion out of the Baltimoro dispatch either misread it or misjudged it. There was nothing sensational in the Cardinal's action. Cardinal Gibbons says many good things for publication and he is known for his But he does not do Peerless Common Extra Pale Lager sensational things. Ho leaves that to newspaper editors to do. Due to the great demand we are now BOTTLING COMMON, JOHN F. OERTEL CO. ' WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY'S Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beersc ' WALTERS' and Clay Street Brewery broad-mindedne- FALL CITY BEER BREAKS ALL RECORDS. and if you have tried the rest set the BEST. Home Shawnee 58 and 59. Cumberland West 69. Company PHONES First Communion Books GERMAN BANK -r FLORISTS out-of-to- I ne Rogers Church HERRMANN Schneider's Market w. BROS. .t. i Fifth and Market Sfs. li FRED ERHART ARCHITECT T, 1,ACC1.tT w Pearl of Nelson, Jw, Funeral and Ernbalmers. BIO FKHR jkje&isxjoky January irish COMING EVENTS. 12-1- 3 23-2- 42G-2- AJbduaxtxcAJs. FRANKFORT. A happy and cordial welcome was Given the Rev. J. F. O'Dwyor on his arrival in Frankfort to become pastor of the Church of the Good Shepherd. Father O'Dwyor was met at the rectory by the Board of Trustees, where an enjoyable din- OUR CHRISTMAS 61M) SHIS CLUB doses Next Saturday Euchre and lotto at Sta. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital, afternoon and evening. January Chesterfield Minstrels at St. Mary's Hall. January 24 Motion pictures and vaudeville by Hibernian Social Club at Norman Theater. 7 January Annual charity euchro and lotto tor St. Anthony's Hospital, Phoenix Hill Hall. January 27 Leap Year dance of Ladles' Auxiliary at Schrelbbr'o Hall. January 28 Euchre and lotto St. Louis Bortrand'8 church, afternoon and evening. February Carnival at Trinity Council Club House, Baxter and 7-- 10 i nniiCMiiiiiiiiiiiimi h HERMAN STRHUS " SONS (gJi: wcapg?Areo rouftTH Avenue market street ' ., Morton. MONEY will be earning TO JOIN is THE TIME is limited. Letnow, as YOUR interest for you every day us urge time until next Christmas. Classes you to come at once, as after the classes are closed no one can to suit everybody are now forming. Come next week without fail. join. ner was served from a prettily decorated table. This was followed by a reception at tho Knights of Columbus Hall, during which about 300 members of the church called to greet the new pastor. Father O'Dwyor, with tho Board of Trustees of the church, Messrs. George L. Hannen, J. J. King, John Sower, Henry Lutkemeler, F. J. Lutko-meiand John Brlslan, composed the receiving lino, Mr. Hannen making the introductions. The Rev. Father O'Dwyer made a short talk In response to an address of given by H. F. Lutkemeler, nnd assured his congregation of his Willingness to give the best service of which he was capable to tho church, and in turn ho told them he expected their and assistance. or REMEMBER THESE ARE wel-co- Clearance Days With Their Wealth of Real Values, SECOND STROKE FATAL. Interest paid in our Banking Department on Savings Accounts and Certificates of Deposit. Kentucky Title Savings Bank and Trust Company. Fifth and Court Place. Embry L. Swtarligen, John M. Monohan, R. W. Delph, C. L. A. Johhson, BEN BECKMAN, New Councilman from Second Ward. TAXPAYER Assistant Cashier. Two strokes of apoplexy within threo days caused the death Sunday night of James O'Hara, one of New Albany's best known citizens. Ho was first stricken New Year's eve at tho Postoffice, where for twenty years he was a mall carrier. He was at once removed to his home and was thought to bo recovering until Sunday morning, when the second and fatal attack followed. Mr. O'Hara was a native of Ireland, but had lived In New Albany for over thirty years, being a pioneer among the Hibernians and an active member of Holy Trinity church, from where his funeral was held. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Catherine O'Hara: four daughters, Misses Nell, Catherine, Margaret Mary O'Hara, and eight brothand ers and sisters. I WE ARE CLOSING OUT REAL $ $1.00 and $1.50 SHIRTS FOR FATHER SCHUIUIANN'S GUEST. President Vlci President. Cashier. ! 'M II !! ! i Cunning, Lewis & Brotzge j N. W. COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON. Mea'i nnd Young Men's Specialist Clothes Shop. attempted. We announce for this week the greatest offer that we have ever Standard Suits and Overcoats in three prices, all marked special :: 10.75 $14.75 $18.75 All of these lines have been materially strengthened by many late additions of the newest models and a more extensive line of patterns and fabrics than ever before shown. They are superior at the price in all points which constitute good clothing-fabric-fit-tailoring and finish. We suggest an early call to examine what we are offering at this time in this January sale. Good Coffee Ym'II find a Morning Necessity 1 that Mulloj's A euchie and lotto for the benefit anniversary. Arrangements are beJudgo Robert H. Fox. of St. Louis Bertrand's church debt ing made for tho entertainment of years old, President of the Ken- and building fund will be given 1Hfln9R9aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV a notablo gathering. tucky Stock Condition Powder Com- Friday afternoon and evening, Jan- WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED IN DUST PROOF BAGS uary 28, in Bertrand Hall, and the Tho Ladies' Auxiliary of Valley pany, a Confederate veteran and road contractor, who amassed committee of arrangements will meet Falls, R. I., presented their chap BOTH PHONES 1323-21- 2 W. MARKET ST. lain, uev. jonn jj. uooney, witn a a fortune durine the earlv dovelon- - next Monday evening to prepare roi gift In honor of the sixth anni- ment of Bell county in the Eastern tho gathering of prizes. Kentucky mountains, died of pnou- versary of his ordination. raonia Tuesday morning at tho CENTRAL COMMITTEE. The division at Oconto, Wis., has homo of greatly increased its membership the Hackney, his daughtor, Mrs. Mary 725 South Eighth street. Next Friday night tho Central past year and President Nagle re Pox was born in Dublin, ports mat neroro tno winter ends Judge but came to America whon Ire- Committee, C. K. of A., will hold its Lndies'ISuits Cleaned and Pressed land, $1.00 but Bret meeting of tho year at St. John's the number will bo doubled. Gentlemen's Suits Gleaned and Pressed a lad of ten years. Ho lived with Hall, Clay and Walnut, when every 1.00 Colorado Hibernians and the an uncle in New York several years Gentlemen's Palm Beach Suits Gleaned and Pressed. . . .COc Ladles' Auxiliary aro writing their and later settled In Lexington. Ho branch should be well represented. Besides tho Gentlemen's Suits Sponged and Pressed , 25c The County Board of Tax: Supervisors will meet in the office members of Congress to support tho was a Lieutenant in Rrnirir'R nrmv. there will bo usual routine business several important matbill to set aside a plot of ground and when tho war andd ho of the County Assessor, Courthouse (fourth floor), daily between In A feature ters for consideration. Arlington cemetery for the pur- - one term as Sheriff of Fayette pose of erecting a monument to the county. He was County Judge of will bo tho installation of tho folof equalizing: the assessment of real and personal property for nuns who acted as nurses in tho civil Doll county four years and is said lowing officers: Both Phones 2635. war. to have been tho only Democrat 426 South Fifth St. J.JJ.KJ HAOi GROWING IN NUMBERS. to office The New York Supreme has . In absence of the board complaints may be filed with the ruled that only divisions Courtgood ever elected daughter In that county. Besides On Sunday afternoon, January 16, secretaries of the board between the hours of 8 o'clock a. m. and standing with the national in are sons, T. his and J. B. ho leaves two Fox, both of J. body Council, Y. will in5 o'clock p. m. entitled to use tho name of the McNary. Tho funeral was held Trinity class of about M. I., new memfifty itiate a Ancient Order. This brings to an Thursday morning from the The board will meet for thirty days and adjourn February end controversy bers. Under tho leadership of a of long standing 5, 1916. President Vic Ecker Trinity has had and will again place the Empire a most successful year and it the CHARLES- B. NORTON, Chairman. State among the leaders. NEW ALBANY. ambition of President Sandmann to P. J. WELSH, JOS .E. PIZZA, bring (he membership to over 500 Tomorrow Unity Council, Y. M. I., STOP COMING nERE. Secretaries. of New Albany, will initiate a class during tho year 1916. A social sea ftlon and good time wili follow the of thirty-fiv- e The tide of immigration to the club house at new members at the Initiatory ceremonies. United States ebbed to its lowest Tho initiation S05 East Mainy street. afpoint in more tkan twenty years dur- fair, beginningwill be an with mass In HONOR HOLY NAME. ing the past fiscal year, according morning, the conferring of the the de Last Sunday was the feast of the to figures made public at Washing crees in the afternoon ana a ban Holy Name of Jesus and was honton In the annual report of Secretary quet at Holy Trinity Hall ored churches. Wilson, of the Department of Labor. o'clock at night. Frank at 6:80 SpecialIn all our Catholic given was the The total number of immigrant will preside ae toastmaeter Zoeller feaat at observance Name at the the church at aliens, the report shows, fell from banquet and the speakers will be Third and OHoly solemn 1,218,480 in the previous year to the Rev. Albert G. Wicke. John high mass beingstreets, the''by celebrated the 326,700 in the periods ending June Pontrich and Gerhard Gohmann. pastor, Rer. T. O'Conaor, who, ,10 laat, 713-71- 5 All admitted arrivals of Kdrawnd K. Sehmltt U Chairman of also preachedJohn SOUTH a forceful and feeling' STREET alien immigrant aad HL the committee in charge,- and the i .i were only 42, X44, aa compared with ivvuvr mwwgwre are Jenm uoreoraa sermon. A feature was the excellent WHsIeal programme rendered I 1,408,801 the year heore. tad C. L. Tencer. by the ekoir. 4Sk 2 1.2 lba. New Blend Caffee with Specinl Rebate Ticket, good for lOo . in trade The Malloy man is in your neighborhood every week Photic hs aad have him onll. ..... Coffee Is JUST what yw want 65c The Rev. Otto J. Bosler, pastor Louisville, Ky January 4, 1916. of St. Catherine's church at Indian Editor Kentucky Irish American: apolis, has been spending the week As a citizen and taxpayer I wish to in Louisville as tho guest of Rev. enter a protest against the high- rather Schuhmann at St. John's handed proceedings of our present rectory. Father Bosler has numerBoard of Education in their attempt ous friends in this city. to deprive the taxpayers of their $ lawful discount In settling tax bills. QUEEN'S DAUGHTEItS. Not satisfied with the" snendine of millions Tho meeting for all memWhat They Have Been Doing of large of dollars in the building bers ofgeneralQuoen's Daughters, of and unnecessary schools the and tho Importation of teachers at which Mrs. Matt O'Doherty is Presithe Past Week General enormous salaried, they now attempt dent, was held yesterday afternoon patterns-Manche- ster , News Notes. to dictate to tho city In the spend- at the Convent of the Good Sheping of its revenue. To begin with, herd. On Tuesday afternoon there tho board Is not tho choice was a meeting of tho Board of Diof the Division 3's new officers were In signing people, tho men tlected re- rectors at the homo of Mrs. Alex. and otheis being chosen to Grlswold. This organization is stalled Monday evening. fill their places by a little clique In growing in public favor and the re Don't forget tho leap year danco control, and yet they say the school ports of its work aro most of tho Ladles' Auxiliary on January uoaru is out of politics. The old (Ely & WalKerj 27. school board had its faults and There weie 1,000 dancers at the proDamy there was politics in its afTRINITY DANCE CLUB. annual entertainment of the order fairs, but openly, and at that tho You can have your choice of either brand in average citizen of his district could In Philadelphia. Trinity Danco Club announces a Tho Ancient Order has paid out see his School Trustee concerning list of their coming dances, tho first Negligee or Soft Cuffs and you will find the very school affairs, but now the board Is to bo given next Thursday evening $25,000,000 for sick, death and an autocratic body with czars for at tho club house, Baxter and Moraccidental benefits. best lot of Shirts you have ever had the chance to Superintendent and Business Di- ton, and tho others to follow on Division 4 will meet next Monday rector, who evening and County President Con- mon with the have nothing id com- Tuesday, January 25; Thursday, pick from, at public, the latter only February 3; Tuesday, February 22; nelly will install the now officers. electing tho members of the board Tuesday, March 7; Friday, March Throughout the Eastern States ror a their many open meetings will be held to- to be temporary, period,or two places 17; Monday, April 24; Thursday, flllpd a month morrow for the installation of offi- tho election by secret choicesnftnv May 4, and Thursday, May 17. of cers. (he clique. Tho only difference bePRESIDENT. We Give and Redeem Profit Shariag Certificates tween the politics of tho old board Division 20 of Brooklyn after its Installation of officers had a pleasant and the present one is that the ,i iMJit t f ?ft 1 1 n i 1 1 1 c 1 1 n 1 11T t President entertainment for the Ladles' Aux- politics of the old board was open. of Harry J. Angermeler, the death the German Bank Bince Now a few fussy women select tho iliary. of tho lato Pierre ViglinI, was again Plans for the celebration of St. candidates for the people. Let the at a meeting of tho Board day will bo discussed- - at people elect men next time who of Directors on Tuesday. C. M. S. Patrick's next meeting of the County will not resign and who will not Hebel and O. A. Block were also rethe uno uvjuuak starts a Savines Account antagonize tho taxpayers. uoaru. cashier with this safe, conservative, ' H. M. It. elected and will continuo as German President Mark Ryan looks for a nd assistant cashier. The Bank, to which you can add $1.00 or more record breaking attendance next Bank is looked upon as one of the JEFFERSONVILLE. at any time. We add absolute safety and 3 Thursday night, tho flirst meeting most reliable financial institutions per cent. No cost to you whatever. In this section of the country. Mrs. Tuesday night the degree team of years a Annio M. Frank, for fifty The same courteous attention given the resident of Jeffersonvllle and Division 33 of New York City ex- a woman K. OF O. INITL1TIOX. depositor of $1.00 or the depositor of $10,000. of many sterling traits of emplified the major degreo for a enaracter died on Now Year's ovo at class of 200. The local Knights of Columbus her home, Utica Hibernians and the Ladles' folIowing.an312 East Market street, council plans to hold an Initiation illness of only two days. Sunday afternoon, February 6, and jS Auxiliary have completed arrange- On Christmas day Under tho Bifi Clock Second and Market sho enjoyed din- from present indications a large class ments for a notable Installation ner with tho State Government Supervision. membors of her family will bo initiated on that date. There Monday night. and was in Tickets for a Christmas dinner her seventy-tw- o excellent health despite will bo a reunion of all tho mem- &S&$&&$Q$Qt years. The follow- bers initiated since 908 at poxt were awarded by the Ladles' Aux ing children survive: Georce W. iliary of Poughkeepsle when the Frank, Louisville: JoseDh A. Frank. Wednesday night's meeting, this giving a chance for the younger mem- iVVvVVV'VVVlVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVtVVVV1 annual election was held. Clarence A. Frank, Chicago; G. Secretary John Hayes and Harry Frank, Mrs. Bernard A. Coll bers to make u showing. State Division President William Cass havo nnd Miss Delia M. Frank, at home JOHN KEELEY HURT. arranged for a great Joint installa- She was a member of St. Anthony's tion tomorrow at South Bend, Ind. church, where tho funeral was held John Keoley, of 1118 Rodgers Detroit Hibernians contemplate Monday morning and tho church the Okolona building their own temple and havo was thronged with mourning friends. street, a motorman on was seriously succeeded in rounding up a goodly Tho death of Mrs. Frank is tho third Interurban line, who when he fell Injured on Tuesday number or friends who are willing recent one In tho samo family cir and slipped from the top of his car to assist. cles. Tho first was that of Edmund at Audubon Park, Is resting easy at The Christmas tree of the Hiber- Coll, brothor of B. A. Coll; the sec- St. Anthony's Hospital. He was i nians at Portland. Ore., stood eigh ond that of his father, Maurice Coll, tho trolley when the acciLabels flood for picture show tickets, anv V inrl nf teen feet high. Men, women and three weeks ago, and the third tho dent happened. trading stamps, er many other useful articles carried children filled the large auditorium death of his wife's mother. to Its capacity. EUCHRE AND LOTTO. in our premium rooms. PROTESTS. HIBERNIANS. Or Three For $2.00 And any man that needs Shirts, now is the opportunity to get good spring pent E. W. 'and Brands f I 69c Each or Three for $2.00 D himihii " Htf n n Sixty-one-year-o- ld I German Insurance Bank 3EOD Tip Top Bread Pure. Guar an teed 100 ng On March 17 Division 1 of Pater-so- n, N. J., will celebrate its fiftieth AGED JUDGE, DEAD. t i JOHN M. MXJIEyO Y NOTICE TO TAYPAYERS! 29 THE MASTER CLEANER AND JC mJ JUM DYER eoi-vo- iI Puis Cleaning' and Dyeing' Co. BE SURE TO CALL FOR - s McKENNA all-da- DR. J. T. CHAWK SIVINTH Veterinary Infirmary. WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE. i.- McKenna, Distiller, Fairfield, By.