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HACK TO Kit IN.
Hopeful Signs That Emi
gration Has Reached
While the stream of emigration
from Ireland s-oes steadily on there
are hopeful signs that It has reached
Its maximum, as there Is quite an
Influx of men and women returning
to the Old Land from the British
colonies and the United States. These
returning exiles appear to bo
prompted by two motives to talcs a
hand In developing; the Industrial
nd agricultural resources of the
country and to spend their remaining
years In the land of their birth. The
division of the grazing lands snd the
sale of landlords' Interests to the
tenants are chiefly responsible for
this new condition of things, which
Is putting fresh life and vigor into
the general activities of the country.
Within the last month or two as
many as 250 men and women have
returned to the counties of Mayo
and Galway from the United States
and Canada to take np small farms
and estates hitherto in the occupa
tion of the Marquis of SUgo and
Lord Oranmore. The conflict be
tween the landlord and tenants on
the former In the early eighties gave
birth to a new word when the de
structive weapon of the Land League
was applied to Capt. Boycott, who
was the Marquis' agent in Mayo.
V. K. ECKER,
Again President and Head of Trin
ity Council, T. M. I.
EUCHRE AXD LOTTO.
'The ladies of St. Aloyslus church.
Pewee Valley, will entertain with a
euchre and lotto at Trinity Council
Hall, Baxter and Morton avenues,
next Friday afternoon and evening,
Januarytl7, the afternoon games to
be called at 2:30 and the evening
games at 8 o'clock. Lunch will be
served from 5 to 7 and a musical
programme will be rendered in the
evening. This struggling parish and
its pastor. Rev. Father E. W. Boes,
are greatly In need of assistance, and
those desirous of assisting a worthy
charity should take this opportunity
to patronize their social affair next
President Frank A. Relchert this
week issued the call for the annual
meeting of the Amateur Baseball
Federation, to be held next Tuesday
e-ening at 8 o clock at 220 South
Fourth street. The terms of Presi
dent Relchert, Vice President Saund
ers, Treasurer Leathers and Secre
tary Dundon will expire at this meet
ing, but there will be no question
as to their re-election if they will
consent to serve another year. To
their efforts is almost wholly due
the success of the Amateur Federa
tion. WELCOME VISITOR.
J. H. O'Donnell, professor of
science at St. Mary's College, was a
welcome visitor to the Kentucky
Irish American office this week.
Prof. O'Dounell is a native of Trux
ton, N. T., but so well does he like
Kentucky that he has concluded to
make the Bluegrass State his home
for the future.
During the past week St. Michael's
church on Brook street has suffered
the loss of a highly prized painting
of the Blesed Virgin and the Infant
Jesus. Father Martin O'Connor, the
pastor, reported ths theft to the
police, but thus far no clew has
been discovered that (Ives any hopes
for its recovery.
JAILER PPUXZ BETTER.
Jailer John R. Pflans is reported
well advanced on th. way to recov
ery, with the confident hope that he
will be able to resume his official
duties within the next few days.
Jailer Pflans was taken seriously 111
laBt month and has since been con
fined to his borne on Rudd avenue.
f or a time nis condition was re
garded most critical.
DILLOVS HEALTH FAIMXO.
His colleagues of the Nationalist
party fear that the British House of
Commons will'see little of John
Dillon in ths future. Two serious
accidents have reduced him to a
state of health that demands peace,
rest and quietness. His attendants
during the debates on the home rule
bill severely taxed his physical re
sources and he would have taken a
more conspicuous part In the dis
cussions that followed had his health
DODGED THE DANGER.
Of th. men who ssnk the Merrl
mac in the mouth of Santiago har
bor to bottle up the Spanish fleet
for Sampaon and Schley, only Rich
mond P. llobbon, how a member of
Congress from Alabama, Is com
monly remembered. But there were
four IrtBli-Amerlcans with him
Oaniel Montague, Francis Kelly,
Otborn IU'lgnau and J. C. Murphy;
one Frenchman, (ieorye ChaieliH,
and one Norweigun, Hudolph
All th. lata and a.w Styles sod Shapes
can bs found her. at reasonable prices.
Call and m ns
Having purchased the entire
stock of Monuments of the late
Muldoon Monument Company,
we are In a position to offer the
same to parties wishing; to lm
prove their cemetery lots at very
dive us a call at our ware
rooms. 318-320 West Oreen St.
New Muldoon Monument Co.
Catholic Children's Magazine.
The Child Apostle Is a little mag-
la.ln. 1. 1 1 1 .1 .1.1 M -t . 1 !
nwiio iuuuniira HFiii.iiijr Ilir VBLIIUIIC
children. It in fUled with stories
and pictures. It costs only twenty
five cents a year. Send as twenty
five cents in coin or stamps for a
year's subscription for .your boy or
girl. Address: The Child Apostle,
1133 McCormick building, Chicago,
Clausen. Who were the other two?
And where were the "Anglo-Saxons"
and the "patriots" of all the secret
anti-Catholic societies? Catholic
knots of msm.
Late News That Will Interest
Members Here and Else
where. Milwaukee Knights are conducting
a skating contest which Is .exciting
Efforts will be made to have the
fourth degree put on in the early
spring at Wichita, Kas.
Le Moyne Council at Syracuse
will exemplify the first degree upon
a large class January 28.
Over 400 Knights attended the
initiation of fifty candidates on
January 2 at Tiffin, Ohio.
Syracuse Council had a "reunion
night" Monday. All the old timers
helped end roast pig was passed.
The council at Oswego, N. T.,
initiated forty candidates last week,
and on Washington's birthday will
confer the third on a class of 100.
The council at Janesville, Wis.,
has voted $200 forjhe building of a
new hospital there. This amount is
one of the largest given by any
society or corporation in the city.
The event of the season in Okla
homa City was the charity ball last
week, which surpassed anything ever
undertaken by the Knights of Okla
homa, all sections of the State being
The new $75,000 building of the
Knights of Mason City, Iowa, one
of the best in the city, was opened
Monday night with a banquet. E. O.
Dunn, recent candidate for Governor,
LATEST IX STYLES.
Ths lingerie collars, cuffs and vest
fronts of fine embroidered batiste
are still favorites on morning frocks.
Cretonne with Its designs worked
over In colored wool is used for
collars and cuffa of the new tailored
In buying white gloves choose kid-
skin rather than lambskin. If you
want them to wear most satis
factorily. Silk braiding promises to be in
favor for satin tussor suits, which
means, as braiding always does, a
Some of the new square collars
on linen dresses are fitted smoothly
to ths shoulders, and the little ties
are of linen.
Dresses for the South are being
made of moussellne and cloth.
Alpaca and cloth are also used for
between season costumes.
Ths lingerie dresses lust beginning
to be shown in the shops frequently
have the fullness of their skirts
taken up in handrun tucks.
Fashion authorities tell us that
with the spring will be seen millinery
flowers of colored tulle, with tiny
pearls and atones for petals.
In trimming young girls' dresses
a great many small colored roses
usually of chiffon are seen. Bright
blue velvet sashes, edged with small
silk roses, are used for lingerie
GERMAN CATHOLIC PRINCE.
Ths German empire Is now repre
sented at the English court by a
Catholic Ambassador, Prince Lich
nowsky, an intimate friend of
Vmimrnr William and a hereditary
'member of the Upper House of the
Prussian Diet He was born In
1860, and Is decorated with the
Order of the Golden Fleece.
HOME NO MORE.
Workmen have completed the
destruction of the old home of
Francis Scott Key, aJthor of the
"Star Spangled Banner." where Key
lived from 1 SOS to 1828. The
Francis Scott Key Memorial Asso
ciation fulled in its efforts to raise
enough mouey to preserve th. struc
ture. To remove canker in the mouth
touch it frequently with bicarbonate
of soda ths ordinary kind used in
To remove rings from a finger
swollen by tbelr tightness, dip the
finger in lce-co!p soapsuds, and the
ring will come, off eatiily.
Modifies! I1I View and
Will Retain His Irlah
Lord Barrymore, who, It will be
remembered, was one of the most
Irreconcilable of the Irish landlords
in the early days of the land agita
tion, has modified his views In his
sntagonism to home rule. Two
years ago he declared he would quit
Ireland In the event of a National
Parliament being set up In Dublin
and actually prepared for the
emergency by instructing his Irish
agent to find a purchaser for Fota
Island, his beautiful place In Cork
harbor. His American wife strongly
protested against such a proposal at
the time, as she had found her Cork
neighbors most congenial acquaint
ances, while the homely spirit of
the people in general strongly ap
pealed to her. Lord Barrymore's
agents In Dublin have now received
an intimation that he has abandoned
all Idea of disposing of his Irish
home and many of the valuable pic
tures and heirlooms that were re
moved to London have been returned
to Fota Island. It is said that His
Lordship has for the last twelve
months or so come under the influ
ence of Lord Dunraven, who for
some years has been promulgating
schemes for a more progressive Irish
administration than that which has
obtained under successive British
FRANK G. ADAMS,
Who Will Serve Second Term as
President of Mackln Council.
FATHER CUSACK RESIGNS.
A wide circle of friends through
out Kentucky heard with regret that
on account of 111 health the Rev.
James A. Cusack last week tendered
Bishop Maes his resignation as pas
tor of St. Patrick's church at Cov
ington. Father Cusack has been
pastor of St. Patrick's since 1908,
when he succeeded the late Rev.
James Smith, its founder and pastor
till his death. During his incumber!-
Father Cusack deeply en
deared himself to the congregation,
who view with keen sorrow his de
parture from them.
In the presence of many friends
and relatives W. Frank Fowler,, of
Colesburg, and Miss Nettle E. Tborns
berry were united in marriage Tues
day evening at St. James church in
Ellzabethtown, Rev. Father Hugh
Daly performing the ceremony. The
bride and groom are widely known
in Hardin county, where the wedding
was one of much interest.
PARCELS POST WARXIXO.
The people will have a great deal
to learn before the new Parcels Post
can become really satisfactory, and
so will the Postofflce officials, from
the highest to the lowest. Consult
your Postmaster before attempting
to mail packages, and be sure you
do not put letter stamps on a parcel.
Use only the special stamps sold for
DIED IN ROME.
The sad intelligence was received
Monday by John C. Murphy, 713
Meigs avenue, Jeffersonvllle, of the
death of his grandnephew, Ralph
Murphy L'Estrange, who was study
ing for the priesthood in Rome. His
death was caused from an attack of
WON'T HELP THEM.
The nnneri have been giving much
publicity to the "pilgrimage" of a
band of "suffragettes" from New
York to Albany to present a petition
for woman suffrage to Gov. 8ulzer.
The Episcopalian Bishop Doane, of
Albany, hit orr tne situation wnen ne
said: "The suffragettes who made
this march from New York to ai
hanv ir. a band of silly, excited and
exaggerated women. Their sole aim
in making this pilgrimage, as mey
are wont to call it, was ins attrac
tion nf attention. This demonstra
tion will not help their cause any."
HER NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS.
"Yes, I've cut out the slang stuff,"
Nell was telling her lateB "gentle
man friend." "Gee, but my talking
was getting fierce! I'd worked up a
line o' table material that had
George Ade backed off the map and
guessin' for wind, but I've ditched all
that bow. I aeen it wss to me to
switch onto snother track. Jammed
on mv emergency brakes on. day and
says to myself, 'You mut, where do
vou think you 11 wind up ir you
don't slough this rough guff you'r.
ehovln' across on your unprotected
friends? You never will land a
Johnny-boy that's got enough gray
matter in his cupola to want a real,
bang-up, dossy lady for his kiddo In
stead of a skirt that palavers Ilk. a
brainstorm with a busted steqrln'
gear.' Any girl can talk like a lady,
even if she never gets closer to one
than to stretch her neck when some
swell dame buzzes past In her gas
wagon. I says to yours truly, 'It's
to reformat, your grammar, little
sister,' and you betcher .weet life
I've cut the mustard."
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