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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ic y YR yy n r tdYtya + uvT t KENTUCKY IRIMI AMERICANYd rt I VOLUME VIINO 24 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY DECEMBER Ifl 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS IDRJ MM F= FOWLER Prominent in Catholic Federation Convention H GENERAL MEETING St Vincent do Pauls Society at St Francis Hall Last x Sunday A Largo Attendance and Plans For Relief of Poor- Discussed Prepare For Silent Work of oCharity During the Win tar Months THE ADDRESS OF REV FATHER OHLE I 0 r 1he general quarterly meeting of Vincent de Paul Society was held in St Francis Hall last Sunday evening Presi dent James Campbell presiding and all the conferences were represented over 200 members being present Reports were made and plans for poor relief for the winter considered The Right Rev Bishop attended and after a brief ad dress introduced the Rev Father Ohle t who spoke as follows The Bishop has just been asked to speak a few works and I know you would rather hear him than anybody present but as I have sworn obedience to the Bishop and as he has directed me to speak I will begin Right Rev Bishop and Brothers of the St Vincent de Paul Society that I was taken advantage of is the first complaint I have to make I was asked to come- downci here socially to say a few words and that some Vincentians of the city would be present I have a great deal of cares in my large parish but I am ever ready to contribute my mite and I said I would come and say something but I was very much put out rather not put out but not very much pleased when I saw in the paper that there was going to be a big meeting Of course to get up before a big meeting there must be prepa ration but I will offer what I have I am glad to see such a large assemblage of men who represent one of the finest Institutions in the country an institution which is spread in all parts of the world an institution which has a very warm support in the heart of not only our Holy Father the Pope but every Bishop and priest in the world for they at once see the good resulting from the labors of this society It is a society which makes for its prime object the exercise of char ity Charity you know is a positive duty God is the father of us all He therefore must and does provide for all but the distribution of earthy goods has been made and we find that it is not even It is therefore not according to Gods will The distribution is uneven some have a great deal whereas others have nothing despite their best efforts or because of what we might call their persistent bad work NoV therefore either divine Providence has failed in providing for them or Providence hasI placed a portion of the burden upon those who are better off God must pro r vide for all and He does provide for all and the only thing certain is that He does place a portion of providing for l some on those who are better off Asa I consequence those who are better off are bound to take care of those poof God has charged them with and if this were done there would not be that abject poverty and misery we find in this world This r society therefore is doing the work might say Of Providence in looking afto the poor looking after those whom Godl has net given earthly goods If I couldl 12ra81Y yoke so as to carry it into every corner of the world I would say to every n watt Become a member of the St ViMMt del Paul etfWh11ltlOn 100not want to become mew u Ws of hid society Is It that ttiey ate nvaricimw God help them Avarice in my mind is the worst Vice that can be found in theworkL Theavariciouamad the miser will see a man starving will see him in misery and poverty and yet will go by without being moved Avarice is the worst vice for this reason All other vices disappear with age of the man when he gets old his impetuosity leaves him the love of the world and its pleasures leave him but avariceno It has a grip upon him and will not let him go Instead of disappearing like other vices it will increase and draw him to the damned where he belongs Avarice fills the lonely road with robbers families with discontent business marts with frauds the courts with perjurers the homes of the poor with biting hunger and misery the eyes of the orphanand the widow with burning tears the pris ons with criminals and hell with its damned This avarice is a terrible sin I hope that none of you are even touched by this I know you are not you arc doing your level best according to your means to take the place of Divine Provi dence in looking after the poor for God must take care of them and He puts them under your charge The miser is very 4UU lLUkej pjgPIJJ1QJ1 the comparison but it is a fact The pig is of no earthly use while he lives only when he is dead so is the miser only when he is dead is he a benefit to somebody the heirs take his property the worms take his body and the devil takes his soul There must be charity Charity we must exercise and you have made it your work Christ has made it a correct demand Look at almost every page of the Bible you will find a command Give alms to the poor Christ himself has said it He is our great model The greatest saints have loved the poor and it is a remarkable fact that as a man advances in the love of God he will advance in love for the poor Where true piety and faith reign there is no poverty and wherever poverty is known it is relieved There must be something added It must be discrimi nating charity You know that there are a great many people who do charity but really do very little good It is npt merely to help the poor but help them so that they can help themselves St Paul the great apostle says I see some amongst you walk disorderly and work not at all So he commands them in quietness to work and eat their own bread Now St Paul was filled with charity but here he indicates your work exactly what you are called upon to do not merely give them temporary charity but help them so they can earn their own bread not give to those IIthat walk disorderly but see that they are able to help themselves and to earn their own breadas St Paul says Now surely the purposes of this society must appeal strongly to the heart of every Catholic and can it be possible that this society can be of no Interest to you Should that not be of interest to you in which the Holy Father interests himselfso much Has henot blessed your society with many indulgences Is that not of interest to you which St Pajil commands which our Lord himself has done He went about doing good and if you want to be a disciple of Christ you must follow his example If you look on at the poorifsurely there will be judgment to you who are without charity to the poor You know Christ is going to make that the criterionthe standard by which He will judge menfor that awful hour will come when He calls every one to his judgment seat for lIe says He will condemn those who have not charity I was hungry and you gave me not to eat I was naked and you clothed me not I was sick etc etc Depart from me into everlast ing fire Be good Vincentians there fore I exhort you for this will comet IUS all Be true to the purposes of your society not merely give them temporary relief but see that you help them so that they may eat their own bread OurIrewardr o E charity love of the poor but be perms nent members of this society for you are men not little children little children noticersome of the members taking their names off the list Perhaps they were not coaxed enough I taped that as super fllJiwithconvlctiouous work keep ton doing it for the time will come when be- foreChriskand be Millmoqnizeyou- a as Vince tin as one of life disciples A SUDDEN CALL Right Rev Mgr Gamuon Rec tor of St Patricks Dies of Heart Disease After SayingMass He is Stricken and Found Unconscious in His Room A Shock to Clergy and Laity Who Know and Re spected Him I SKETCH OF HIS LIFE AND LABORS Father Gambon is deadl was the re port that passed hurriedly over the city last Wednesday morning and shocked the community as it was not only sud den but wholly unexpected While Father Gambon was not a robustman and had been ill for several days he at tended to his pastoral duties without corn LATE GAMIION plaint or any indication of a fatal result up to a few moments before he was found unconscious and dying in his room and the announcement of his demise caused a shock tolill- Father Gamton was a zealous and active worker He had been in feeble health for some time but declined to rest and recuperate During the exposition of the Blessed Sacrament last Sunday he had a severe chill and on Monday while making a sick call had another but refused treatment or rest On Tues day he seemed better and attended his various pastoral duties and that night visited the Right Rev Bishop to discuss some diocesan business morning he celebrated 0 oclock maps and went to his room where he was shortly afterward found unconscious and lying Dr W B Doherty was summoned and made effort to revive him but he was beyond human aid and died in a few minutesRev PI Kelleher assistant rector St Patricks is illat Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital and the first priest to answer the summons was Rev Father Groghan He notified the Rigltf ReY Bishop who ar rived shortly after and was deeply affected Clergy and people with saddened hearts visited the rectory during the day all expressing sorrow and words of praise for the deceased pastor On Wednesday night the men of the andLordandEThe remain encased in a rich casket r were taken into the church and lay instate la the main isle with a committee in attendance till the funeral Friday morning During thlfl time the church I WM thronged with people to take a last look and pray for that r late pastofv The funeral Friday morning was one the largest eVer held in the city Ht Patrick church crowded at I the solemn requieiritusss and the burial 1 he J I o IllI cemeteryThe officiated at the mass assisted by Motwlgnor M Bouchet and Monsignor Francis abler as deacons of honor Rev Bernar t Westermann as deacon of the mass Rev John Sheridan as subdeacon and Rer Schuhmann as master of ceremonies The choir was in cualrge of Mr James Perry Those who bora lie remains from the church were vt Active Pallbearers jgdw J OBrien William McDonald Jolrr Fackler Nich olas Holloran Michael beehan Patrick I Sullivan Patrick Listotft John Riley Honorary Iall beart5W D Mon arch William M Liifcoln James T Campbell Charles JI White Patrick WInn John OHara john J Slattery Patrick Holley P Ja+ McGrath John Terrell Daniel DonovajjJ Owen Ward Right Rev Thomas Gambon V G was born in 1837 in cunty Waterford Ireland coming to tke United States when but a child Hey as educated for the priesthood In Mt Marys College- Md being a classmatS of Rev Father Sheridan of St Michels church At college he made a recorftas a scholar and was treasurer and instructor of jPHe in 1880 and Bishop McCloskey sedated his transfer to the Louisville diocese assigning him to the new parish of Sttf Paul Owensboro Here Father Gambon llabored unceasingly C THE RIGHT lAS P I lin the formation and putting working order the new parish and built St Pauls church one of the finest in the western part of the State In 1884 be was transferred to the Church Our Lady Portland where he served as pastor for eight years until 1892 when on the death of Rev M D Lawler he was appointed rector of St Patricks where he had charge for the past nine years Father Gambons ability and zeal in church matters were fully recognized by the Right Rev Bishop to whom he was a valued assistant in diocesan work being at the time of his death Charicelor and Vicar General Last year Father Gnrabou was granted- a vacation and visited Rome He was given an audience by the Holy Father I l who bestowed upon him the title and dignity of as a mark appre elation of his zeal and work in behalf of the church Father Gambons known relatives who survive him are a sister Mrs Hannigan in County Waterford Ireland a nephew Rev Father Hanuigan and a niece connected with a religious order In this cpuutry PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY One of the progressive industries of the city growing steadily from a small begin ping years ago and sustaining its special features is the Kentucky Wagon Pac tory John Broderick 432440 East Main Ills latest specialty is an improved dump spring for coal coke brick sand etc It has a capacity of fifty bushels can be handled by one man au dumps time full load It U the latest and superior to all others Brodericks is the pioneer wagon factory this section o countryBACONSOQANI DISPLAY Tak the children to see Santa Clans at grandofset ever seen city fDerrevolving flu tree with lu myriads of varicolored electric lights Laimpiy wonderful and is only one of the many delights there p I FEDERATION The oif Catholic Societies Hold in Cincinnati Welcomed by Archhiship Elder Mayor Floischmanu and Gov Nash Encouraging Addresses ify the the Clergy and Prominent Laymen LOUISVILLE REPRESENTED The first convention of the American Federation of Catholic Societies met in Cincinnati on Tuesday There was a large representation from the various Catholic of the country manifesting an earnestness and enthusi asm insuring the permanent establish ment and future growth of the move REV I RTHO Wednesday of immediately waidensely subsequently in of Monsignor of in Philadelphia of wagon of Harmonious Convention Hierarchy SOCIETIES organizations uncut Hon E J McDermott and Dr J W Fowler represented the Louisville Catholic societies The delegates attended solemn high mass at St Peters Cathedral the address being a hearty indorsement of the federa tion by Rev M J Lavelle D D rector of St Patricks Cathedral New York who was followed by the venerable Arch bishop Elder approving hud urging the need of union of Catholic organizations and unity of action and purposes The opening session at the Auditorium showed an unexpected large attendance of delegates and was addressed by Prof Anthony Matre President of the Cincinnati Federation Gov Nash Mayor Fleischmann T B Minahan President of the Ohio Federation President Freis vice President Fitzgerald and others who were all most enthusiastic in their speeches at the opening of the conven lion in the Auditorium predicting good results for society and the country The addsess of Gov Nash was repeatedly cheered as he referred to time good work of the church for law and order and for the suppression of anarchy Addresses were made by Bishop Maes of Covington Bishop Horstman of Cleve land Bishop McFaul of Trenton N- and J Bishop Messmer of Green Bay Wis Bishops Horstman and McFaul spoke at length the latter havinga care fully prepared address to show that the federation proposed to advance benevolent social and Christian work and especially to assist the Catholic press and add an official statement from the clergy and that of T B Minahan as ail official state laityfThe first session met at 8 a m and adjourned at 2 pm reconvening at oclock and remaining in session till 6 oclock reading and acting on reports and naming the varioust committees ad journing to ft a m Thursday Wednesday night the committees were in session con sideridj the matters referred taf them Qu Thursday telegrams and letters were u II HON E J 7UTDE5R71TOTT 1H Louisville Delegate to the National Convention of Catholic Societies approvingwas devoted to discussion and adoption of constitution and bylaws Dr Fowler of this city took a prominent part in the discussion and in committee and the convention has been one of the most active delegates at the meeting At the night session resolutions were adopted declaring the object of the federation condemning the assassination of PresS dent McKinley and wishing success to President Roosevelt On Thursday the convention finished up its business and elected the following officers President T B Minehan of Columbus 0 Vice Presidents Louin W Kaufman of New York T H Cannon of Chicago Daniel Duffy of Pottsville Pa Secretary Anthony Maitre of Cincinnat Treasurer Henry J Fries of Erie Pa ChicagoExecutiveof Iowa Gabriel Fracherc of Illinois E D Reardon of Indiana George W Gibbons of Pennsylvania P H McGuire of Pennsylvania M P Mooney of Ohio and Mr Falbacher of Louisiana The delegates sang America the benediction was pronounced by Bishops Chicagbthmethird1 Dr Fowler one of Louisvilles repre sentatives returned Thursday night and theconvention RESOLUTIONS t Adopted by the Men of St PatrlckJsCongrega tlbn Thursday night there was a largely at tended meeting of the men of St Pat ricks parish in the school hall and after an eloquent and feeling enlogy of their dead pastor by Dr William B Doherty the following resolutions upon the death of Monsignor Gambon were reported and passedWhereas AlmightytheMonsignorThomas CathoticltyhasSt Patricks church her most worthy minister and brightest ornament he died Wednesday the 11th inst at his resi dence on Market street near Thirteenth andWhereas We members of this parish all of whom regret the death of our be loved pastor many of whom will mourn his loss as they would the loss of the head of their own household give expression to their sorrow for his death to add their feeble tribute of respect to his memory their appreciation of him of his indomitable perseverance in the cause of truth and justice his exalted virtues Christian piety his good works and his disinterested and invaluable services as he only could render in this diocese be thereforeResolved That while we the members of St Patricks parish willingly bear tes profoundlearningworthy and much lamented pastor we most earnestly express our deep and poignant sorrow at our sad bereavement Resolved That we reecho the univer sal sentiment of the Catholic people of Louisville in deploring the loss of him who ever held dear the interests of Cath oticity far superior to personal consider ations as evidenced by the untiring zeal and diligence of his priestly duties I Resolved That in the death of him I who was an ardent promoter of religion and piety the church has sustained an irreparable loss Resolved That although his active connection with this parish has ceased- yet his memory will long be cherished- by us on account of the constant regard he parishResolved be draped with crepe for thirty days as an external manifestation of the respect we entertain for the virtues of our illustrious deceasedResolved That we hereby express our most sincere and heartfelt condolence with the relatives of our honored dead and sympathize most deeply in grief oc casioned by the death of such an illus trious member Resolved That a copy of these resolutions be transmitted to the relatives of i forinsertioni JOHN P McGKATii Chairman SecretaryMARTIN JOHN M Muiioy PAT J LIS- TORIjjjjOjjjjjT FAREWELL r Irish Envoys Grateful For Ate caption and Success Leave For Ireland 1 y t Had the Largest Meetings unit Heartiest Greeting Slricaf ParneHsrVisit Pleased with Results anti Prom ises of Future Unity and Aid 17 v For Irish Causeii t ISSUE ADDRESS TO AMERICAN PEOPLE 11 11J Vo 1 JODonnell representatives of the Irish Parliamentary party who came to this country to present Irelands case to the American people and urge unity and obtain aid from Irelands friends Jiavl completed their brief tour and left New York for home on Wednesday They expressed gratification for their reception and successful mission which was only equaled by that of Charles Stewart Par nell They have assurances that the canyontheirlegislation will be raised a committee of twentyfive having been selected to at tend to it They regret that the ap preaching meeting of Parliament necessitates their return and prevents theoj theyhaveaddress to the American people in which they sayWe here at the request of the United Irish League which is the organization of an absolutely united Irish peo pie at home The organization has bee atthballottook place twelve months ago and which resulted in the return to the British Parliament ofa body of Nationalist members aU onePoliticalleadersWe have no quarrel with Irishmen who desire to go further and who con sider that our policy is insufficient Every Irishman who desires to strike ajeffective blow against English Govern ment of Ireland has our best wishes bt pympathymovement which is organized upon lines that the experience of the past twenty years has proved to have been wise and successfulThe IrishLeagueParnell and the Land League taken up anew One of the foremost Items In the program of the United Irish League is the promotion of the Gaelic revivall movement The Irish people at home have contributed 150000 to spread the theefutureThe particular form in which we ask sstheofAmericanLeagueA 4 ELECTED OFFICERS St Edwards Cadets of St Mai church New Albany held a weiUUeiv meeting last Tuesday evening and the following officers President Louis Hussowd First Vice President Lpuis CksjT Second Vice President Harry Rut Corresponding Secretary Joe Kois Financial Secretary Paul Beclru Treasurer Joe Mprthorst AlhAndrewCaptain Louis Hus First Lieutenan Second Lie1 These Lie Aieuy I NTQ KY I J AMRIQfPII L fOHN JB FRANKc H WALTERS BRO- SIDRINK I I CLAYSTREET BREW- ERYCREAH COMMONBEER I t TELEPHONE 209021 810814 Giau Street Louisville wW r= t FmB HORSTMAN DEALER IN FINEST i Fancy GroceriesALSO Choice Wines 1 and LiquorsE My stock of Holiday Goods embraces everything i that can be found in a firstclass house I All the leading brands of Wines and Liquors Also Imported and Domestic Cigars ilfeiiM cor ram sad Green 990mnmmmtt-t JAMES A ROSS DEALER IN CHOICE Groceries Meats- Vegetables Lard Teas and Coffees FINE WINES LIQUORS CIGARS TOBACCOS N E Cor Eighth and St Catherine Groceries and Fancy Canned Goods appropriate for the holidays Nuts candies raisins oranges apples etc Choice poultry and game Goods delivered promptly to any part of the city 1t tt + tt mumnniinl iiiiuiiiiiiiiii iniiiiiiiii 1111fliRlfl2- s JCAMPBnrL J B CAMPimU B J CAMPBKII JR w HAS TOUR PLASTERING FALLEN QFF IF YOU HAD USED Diamond Wall Plaster READY MIXED PLASTERING MATERIAL Il rOUhD NoT HAV HAPPmNED W8 AtSO MANUl ACTDRB Campbells Cement Plaster A Plastering Material Without Sand WHGko wall Plaster ConanojNCOR- fORATBD U Telephone 2267 LOUISVILLE KY iimiimiimi Illlllllillllllllllll d DiINKc= ofbrau Pilsener eer BREWED BY- ACKERMANjQ COA vRATED LOUJVU4LB IJ 3clh I v vv 1 v vv n CHRISTMAS CANDIES Ijl 1 X Packed in Handsome and Unique Baskets and Boxes Z 1 RUDOLPH BAUER IHi I 234 West Market Street Louisville Ky II I YOUR SMILE Theres a laugh in the voice of the breez my sweet Theres a dance in the swaying grass And a robin is singing his best my sweet He must have seen you pass And the world is merry and gay my swee Because that you love but me And because you have smiled on me Jcindly sweet Why earth is heavenly The river is singing a song my sweet In itssilvery course to the sea The flowers in the suns bright ray my sweet Spring up on the winding lea The clouds have passed away my swee And the skies are an azure hue Andwaters and flowers and all my sweet Are telling of naught but you Tis thus in the light of your smile my sweet The gloom fades fast away And the stream of my life runs calm and clear Cheered in its gladdning ray And my hours are filled with flowers my sweet Of Happiness Hope and Love Wooed by the beams of your kindness like The sun ia tbeskiesabove And the Father who lavished these beauties sweet To deck the glorious earth Fashioned you too and dowered your mind With treasures of ponderous worth And this song with the coming of spring my sweet Doth find in my heart its clew And theres nothing that would not sing my sweet If it only thought of you CHRISTMAS TREES No house that has a child in it shoul be without a Christmas tree when Christmas eve rolls around That is one of the pleasures J would fain have every littl child the highest and the lowest born enjoy And it does not cost much to have a Christmas treeso little that every one with a home can well contriv one And it will be a source of joy boll as to recollection and anticipation the year through Moreover the plannta for it the trimming it will cheer the hearts of those who thus give thimselve up to unselfish effort at making other happy Never shall I forget the firs time I assisted at preparing for and decorating a real home Christmas tree for four little childrenhow happy iit made them and how happy it made me The only cloud upon my pleasure was the thought of all the ecstatic joy myown childhood had missed As for them they carried the memory of it asa time of unexampled bliss and brightness will them throughout the year nor ever once found aught but joy in recalling it and talking of it Again Isay that nohousi that has a child in it should be without a Christmas tree when Christmas eve roll around If you can afford but a little one two or three feet high do not covet a larger tree but make the small one at pretty as possible Set it in an erupt wooden bor fix it there securelyand cover the box neatly with paper or glazed muslin and stand it on a table where it will show off to the most advantage Hang on it some apples oranges a few strings of snowy pop corn some cotton balls a few of the pretty gilt balls sold on the streets at eight and ten cents a string a few candy toys and light it with five or ten cents worth of tapers and you will think there never was such a radiance ou earth before as the brightness of your childrens eyes when they see it MISSION OP GOOD HOMES We have spoken of the curse of snobbery The surest and quickest way to crush it out of American society is to teach our children to value others and estimate their own worth by what they eau produce that is useful and do what is beneficial to others And that their busi less jn life Is not to see how muck pleas ure they can gets but how much they can- give Instead therefore of weakly cling jngto our children and making them weak by pampering them la thee home let us feel that our part or theirs is not done until we have taught them tp be strong and forbear to do for themselves md carry help and cheer to others Let as not hamper their careers with our vain regrets at their leaving us but help them in all upward onward tendencies PRETTY CEREMONY On the feast of St Agnes January 21 ai beautiful ceremony fakes place in the indent church outside the walls of nome It consists of the blesaingof the lambs two pretty white ones being tarried tip to the altar by two eccleel eticB accompanied by torch and incense bearers A hymn if snug in honor olr St Ague and Uw lambs retbencoal- wy d to the Holy rather fat a second I dMtng They are then given to a coo wit of nuns who keep bent until it it little to slicer them Out of their wool art uuule the pallium worn by Arch A novel and dainty wVOl cooking little new onion iat9 boil them mudl terse them on total nrailar to atpar n UL POTEEN i d How Illicit Whisky Is Made IIn Largo Quantitlcsln Ireland f JLong Experience Has Madle Even tlio Gossoons Ex portrBrowors Some of the Many Tricks Playc Upon the Excise Officers PRIMITIVE SURVIVALS IN COHHADG1 Despite the unending activity of tbe police poteen illicit whisky is brewed in largo quantities in Ireland says the Kansas City Star Numeroi arrests and convictions have had no permanent effect in stamping out the poteen runners and in all likeliboc the people will always be within reaeh of a sup of th crathur A running sad to relate in most cases usually follows one or more of tbe poorer families being plunged into deb A cow pig or other animal may have died perhaps the potato crop is not up Ito expectations or tup oats have given a small return and there are a few pounds necessary to settle with the late lord As it takes very small capital Ilo start 8Ustill soon the news is flying across the hills and bogs that there goin to be a chance to kill a dhrop of the rale thing From the oozy depths of the turf banks the several parts of the still afe uncovered where they are hidden from the quick eyes of the bluecoated gentli men On a dark night the still ill1 setup in some desolate and forsaken corner and always in a place where the entire countryside can be searched with the nakedeye v In the western part of Conuaught and the islands lying a few miles off tbe coast in the Atlantic ocean the potee workin is carried on to a great extent Here the people have changed little duro ing the past 100 years and a few of the common conveniences of modern civil ization are known A quern the same crude mill that was used in the Holy Lands in Biblical limes is still used iin that country The quern is two stone fitted together A hole in the top ston receives the grain which is prepared for grinding by being dried over the turf fire in an iron pot By turning the top stone the grain is passed through he stones and finally falls from the rougl sides into a white cloth spread on the ground for its reception Nearly all the meal consumed by the natives of the districts mentioned is ground in quern the crushing of oats for poteens beinj only one of its many duties In a rale Irish still while the liquo is just beginning to trickle through the worm into the cup and until there is ia tidy sup of spirits in the small keg the children will superintend matters Long experience in spite of their tende years has made these gossoons exper brewers and more than once thellsar gent and his min have been fooled by these tricky youngsters The simplicity of the still will be seen at a glance The turf fire sends the steam through the connecting pipe in the copper worm into the barrel The barrel is filled with cold water which condenses the steam and sends forth th genuine stuff Little attention is paid to the age of the poteen in Ireland The worm work very slowly when compared with thi demand for the output therefore age becomes a secondary matter In fact iit drops out of the reckoning altogether There is only one casejan record of poteet ripenfnand that when it was buHe in a garden and its place of cpncealmen forgotten However that is another story1Vhenthe wee dhrop has been sue cessfully run public interest in it reaches an acute stage If the still is located ot an island in the lake as Is often the case at a given time the cots i long flat bottomed boats will be seen shooing 6u from the shores of the mainland ant making for their destination by circuitous i routes The cots are beached at dif ferent places and left in positions admit ting of ready escape Soon the fringe of natives around the still grows into a well defined circle The runner of the stil stands over a keg Of liquor with a tin cut in one hand and with the other keeping a firm grasp pa the wooden tap that draws off toe poteen In bottles ofall shapes arid makes the liquor Is carried away and the detnapd for H1 sanl cups far exceeds the supply Shilling and sixpences are taken out of the core mire of colored Uaodkerihief where t4ey have long lain toward a ettleineut with thellandlord on refit day Not a peony plea available nthe townlaad M will JOt well the run nets pile nnler the wWii I at home intederei wMcb offs seldom rive Indeed there would be Jmote chance for trouble were her baud to return to the hoae erithoutajee dhrop 6 brandy If one man runs al ort of money amtbeJ- c S has a sixpence or two to spare so that before tbe gathering has been long on the island there are signs of overindulgence By and by this one and that dis pose themselves on the grass to get a much needed nap There isa big decrease in the call for mugs and cups and a decided increase in the amount iof noise This even grows sometime despite many recruits to the ranks of tbe sleepers Then in most cases the ery PoliceI Police will come echoing over the waters In an instant all is excitement The wooden tap is pulled out of the keg and a bung Inserted Such of the sleepers as can not be aroused are flung bodily into the boats and when the still has been shipped mad race begin The policemen are in a large boat patterned after a lifeboat Everythit seems to favor them in the pursuit and yet they gain but little on their prey It is at once noticed how expert the countrymen handle their oars compared with the peelers who lack practice Gradually the unfailing regularity tof the cot men begins to hold their pursuers even and when the excitement of the chase has to an extent counteracts the effect of the poteen their increase strength of arms sends them ahead When the gap is seen to be widening loud cheers come from the pursued Such as are not rowing wave their orlUs and hats wildly and shout derisively iat the policemen The latter now know that they are on a wild goose chase but at least they must bend to tbe work for a little while longer so as to live up to tbe duties imposed on them One by one however they rest their oars and soon they are talking it over and laughing the while they blame the luck which gave them such exertion without results Ofttimes the pursuit takes place on lane and here the police generally succeed iin making a haul The poteen drinkers fire not half so lively in escaping ashore as afloat and besides the bobbies are a11 active men Over bogs and hills such as ash able to scatter and run for dear liCe A coat is thrown away here a waistcoat there suspenders are unbuttoned the hard leather belts tightened a hole and if the pace is a killer the old cloth hat held in hand will follow the rest of the wardrobe At the start the polic also scatter in order to capture the most prisoners In this way the pursuer frequently find themselves great dls tances apart at the end of a long chase The great object is to arrest the owners of the still When this is acComplished the victim seldom escapes a heavy fine or else imprisonment Many amusing inci dents are recorded of police being led Into traps by the pursued On one occa sion a policeman found himself in a bog hole nine feet deep and from whicl escape was well nigh impossible His comrades had gone in an opposite direction and no one heard his cries save a couple of bis intended victims They hauled him out of tbe mire and when be stood on the bank a perfect picture of dejection one of his rescuers suggestec th bist rimidy in the world for ia duckinIt never known how much poteet the three consumed before they parted but Mickeys Pat was always willing to swear that they wor that bad they couldnt till their own fathers The bog hole covered the sins of the policeman and it was rumored afterwarc when the sergeant heard of the occur rence he declared Och wasnt I th fool I didnt think of such a tbricl meself STORIES OF OCONNELL The London Daily News tells two good stories of Daniel OConnell both or Which will be new to most readers lIe once remarked in a casual way to ia pamphleteer of whose powers he had no very high opinion By the way I saw a good thing in that pamphlet of your tbe other day What was that asked the blushing author A pound of butter was the crushing retort OCon 11 ells great rival at one time was Ser geant Tom Gould pronounced Gold He was a confirmed old bachelor but when eighty years of age proposed and was accepted by a maiden of eighteen summers The engagement was announced by Gould to OConnell in verse concluding thus So you see my dear Dan that tbougl eighty years old A girl of eighteen fell in love with old Gould In replying the witty Daniindictee llie following couplet That a girl of eIghteen may love gold il is true Dut believe me dear TOUt it is gold without you u 4 OConnell was defending a Galway man ou a charge of sheep stealing The case looked very black against his client soDaieI bethought himself of a strata gene He told the prisoner to feign imbecility and every time he was spoken to Lo simply whistle and say in Irish Fag war shin elleave it as it is The trial came oil in due course and on being asked tp plead the prisoner whistled and aidhFac iuar shin eli repeating this phrase every time he WM addressed jnallythe Judge discharged him as wing incapable okuowtlrigbt from wrong Meeting the prisoner in the itreet OCotiaejT stab What about jniy feeI Whereupon the wilyculprit M auluedaliair of auaiplicily srid whiatled n OConnelli fcc saying Fag mar thin ellu ache walked off wKB bin ends lleaving QCooneU to 7whttle for his tfee 1- n i p 5 L + m ttmununnnatt MILLINERY PATTERN TATS I HELBURN CO 335 WEST MARKET ST Near Fourth Avenue Opposite Former Location Our stock embraces the choicest and designs in Ladies and Childrens Winter Hats which we are selling at prices within the reach of a- llATTENTION HMH t M M MM Im H+ I HOUSEKEEPER IF YOU GO TO THE lLOIJISVftIEm rPRGKINGI GOMPRNY RETAIL MARKET 352 SECOND STREETHE- ADQUARTERSPOR rr Christmas TurkeysV Game of All Kinds You can always find the best the market affords in Choice Cuts of Beef Spring Lamb Pork Cured Meats and Dressed Poultry of all kinds Also the Best and Purest Lard in the city They also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables In fact everything that a first class market should have All meats sold are inspected by the United States Government Inspectorsthe only market that has that advantage a 0 0 ee a I Northeast Corner Hancock and Breckinridge I Hia aS 3EtO3VJ3J SS2Aa a JJaII i iIILOUISVILLE I Saloon KENTUCKY i a a m iF Fine Wines Liquors and Cigars i BANNONSLOUISVILLE Sewer Pipe Works Manufacturers of Vitrified Salt Glazed Sewer Pipe Farm Drain Tile Fire Brick and Fire Clay Goods of all descriptions Office 5O8512 W Jefferson St Works Thirteenth and Lexington Street- sLOUISVILLE KY D LLD JBOO E f TO SUPPLYTHE Z 5 SICKCONVALFSCENTSFAMILIES tiINava5ewredCantro1OtTheF- ohausIentuckyBrandAndWifSeUItA1 DJ5TILtfRY Prices 6 YEAR OLD PER GALLON ZOO PfR PINT 25 8YfAR OLD PfR GALLON JaOO PER PIHT4 Gal 10 YEAA OLD ShipfledAnyWheret PER6ALLONJ400 etRMLSO I0 1111111 I 111011 ztHlt11HU 11111 111 1IHoHI z+H lit 11 1H- JAon xr AHERNS SLOONN W COR CLAY AND 1tA1N SlSfw4rIs txx4Ta3at iI lff1 Hru KYI n 1 s axe TUOK IRIH AlD3RIO Nor One Door West of the Die Store IDEAL DENTISTRY- at at reasonable prices at th- eMammoth Painless Dental Parlors 436 and 438 W Market Street Superb Crown and Bridgework Ele gant Gold and Porcelain Crown Best equipped office in the city LOUIS A BRORIN6 D D St PROPR- IETOR6LflFRSON A Complete Assortment of the Latest Styles and Best Makes of Cooking and Heati- ngSTOVES G Cast and Steel Ranges TRLEPHONE 821 214 Market Street Near Second JJOHN DRODERICK 432 to 440 E Main St Louisville KENTUCKY WAGONN FACTORY MANUFACTURES Platform Spring Dump Wagons aud Carts Farm Plantation and Spring Wag ons Carts Drays Etc MudTem i penng Wheels Mud and Brick A PK Wheelbarrows Work guaranteed WENIZELLl ll BROTHERS LARGE ST- OCKGROCI3RIES a FRESH MEIIIS aANDn VEGETBDLES S E Cor Twentyfirst and Portland Ave S J GRUBER Wholesale and Retail Dealer in o Beet veal IaMb Pork Sausage and Lard 8618 PORTLAND AVE BJBRUMLEVE 5i Dealer in All Kinds of a HayCornOats Mill reed Salt Lime Cement Axle Grease and Bedding 815 Sixteenth Bet Walnut and Madison MM1MURPHYM r 1733 Portland Ave a RETAIL GROCER Large stock of provisions and vegetables always on hand Fruits Nuts and Candies of all all kinds This is the place to buy your CHRISTMAS TURKEY We also carry a complete line of + Canned Goods and special brands of tine Wines and Liqu- orsLeghornIBrown Eggs SCENTS CHARLES X JACQUES s 2422SfvXavteiv BruwaLealaomatayTwelvtJ hewii tmlUU + 99 egu in 1M a APrfI1I3lIyf llH Deptt 1lJ V Oct 83iJ Novj83DeC litn U W g iJI MONUMENT CO i DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE MonuriintsARTISTIC WORKSHOP WORK AND STUDIOS ONLY I SOLICITED CARRARA ITALY OfWfliBfOODISS 3 2 to S m IMPOSSIBLE To Be a Good Catholic and Not Bo a Good Citizen Archbishop Elders Words of Counsel to Young Mens Institute Benefits of membership Therein Are Simply Beyond OnleulationII ADVICE FROM SUPREME CHAPLAIN Most Reverend Archbishop William Henry Elder of Cincinnati Supreme Chaplain of the Young Mens Institute who succeeded Most Reverend Arch bishop Keaue has issued his first address ofcounsel and advice to the order The Young Mens Institute has reason to feel grateful for his words of indorsement and encouragement and that every young man may receive the benefit thereof we publish the letter in full To the Members of the Young Mens Institute My Dear Children in Christ As your Supreme Spiritual Director it behooves me at the close of the year to address you a few words of counsel and encouragement The mottoinscribed on the banner of the Young Mens Institute For God and For Country indicates the twofold work of your organization work that constitutes your proudest boast and entitles you to the gratitude of the church and of society Unlike the foolish man who built his house upon the sand you have laid the foundation of your in stitute upon the rock ofagesGod him self without whose assistance they who build the house build but in vain Recog nizing that to Him alone belong the first fruits of whatever is good in manbe it body will or intellect you proudly yet humbly proclaim that obedience to Him and to his holy law is the principle near est and dearest to the heart of every member of the Young Mens Institute On the other hand as Catholics you know that the cause of God and the cause of the church are identical1 In the church you recognize the living organ and mouthpiece of God To be faithful to Godi you feel that you must be faithful to the church God then speaking to man through the church and the church revealing God and his holy will to man are the cardinal principles to which every member of your order pledges his alle glance But the crying needs of modern society in which God is relegated to the realms of the unknown Is not unknowable can not fully be met by mere individual action however exalted that Action may be When an organized army Invades a coun try mere guerrilla warefare is not enough organized forces must be opposed by other organized forces before the invader r can be repelled Hence the necessity among Catholics of associations like your own to meet on equal terms the banded foes of God and his church The associations moreover herald to the world those cardinal religious principles treasured Indeed in the individual Catholic conscience but less liable to be known and appreciated than when put forth ban y organized society Further still the benefits conferred upon the individual member by aa organization like the Young Mens Institute are simply beyond Calculation Each member acts upon other members and their action affects him inturnT9f the less enthusiastic the snore enthusiastic impart their enthuse aIm To the less gifted the more gifted communicate their higher aspirations The man of action instills some of his own energy into the man of counsel whilst the man of counsel infuses some orbit own caution into the man ofac tionV Thus even the natural effect of Catholic associations will be toraiHech l1btraboebioWii Individual level iwhtlst teod himself who has promised to be in themidst of two or three gathered c SPRING BANK LITHIA WATER q FOR LIVER AND KIDNEY TLEJEIIOi U06I I Iin his name will add to the combined efficincI ce In other words your aim is to he not merely good Catholics but likewise good citizens These two aims you have joined together because you are con scious that one is the effect of the other goodcitizenbe a good Catholic means to respect authority and to uphold its hands in all lawful measures since to obey authority means to obey God himself iinwhbm authority originates and from whom it proceeds To be a good Catholic means love of the neighbor since we are all children of the same loving Father redeemed equally in the blood of his only begotten son To be a good Catho lic means respect for the rights of others courtesy toward all forgiveness of in juries in a word it means that charity which deals with others as we would wish others to deal with ourselves Suppose these principles to be transplanted as they should be into the daily life and walks of society what would be the result Would anarchy dare raise its head in a country believing that obedi ence to lawful authority is obedience to God himself t Would we see capital and labor arrayed in deadly strife were society to recog nize that labor and capital should deal with each other as each would wish to be dealt by were theirpositions reversed Would the wealthy despise the poor or the poor envy the wealthy would the strong oppress the weak or the cunning defraud the unworldly minded if the law of Christian charity to love the neighbor as ourselves were the rule and guide of daily life And what renders it still more incumbent upon us to show ourselves good Catholics and consequently good citizens is the fact that outside the church there is no remedy for the evils just indicated Natural means will not suffice The stream can not rise higher than its source More than this friction and other obstacles will prevent Its rising to that height How then can we expect human nature fallen as it is and impeded by Its prejudices and passions todo a work that would tax its efforts even were it in the state of integrity and free from the various obstacles by which it is clogged God alone working through his church can accomplish all this He alone by raising the natural man to the realms of the supernatural can perfect nature in its ownorder and by his help enable it to take the measures necessary for its own regeneration And this is the higher supernatural work in which you are called to assist this is the work to which you are bound by the motto of your societyIM ns upon your organi zation and ntheia of a similar kind that our holy mother the church relies at least in part to counteract the evils which afflict modern society Bishops bythefurnish the needed strength you of the laity form the mass of Gods people and you must do the bulk of his work True the evils with which you contend ar great and numerous whilst compared with the masses to be regenerated your splJ8kJugiU was only last Sunday that we were read ing the gospel which tells of the small1 amount of leaven lleaveningi the entire yolusnllbe1etwhich tntectedInto jnoderasocietyi will quicken it i tolIewdb gberrnfeu n n y whose motto will be your ownIIFor God and for Country WHMAM HBNRV EIDER Archbishop of Cincinnati and Supreme Chaplain of Young Mens Instit- uteIRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The Chief Inspector of Factories has appointed Dr J Aird to be certifying surgeon under the factory acts for the Bangor district of County Down J J Hall son of A Hall J P Lim crick has been promoted from being accountant at the Lismore branch of the National Bank to manager of the Moate branch On Tuesday the first anniversary of the late Most Rev Dr McGivern Lord Bishop of Dromore was observed in the Cathedral Newry his Eminence Cardi nal Logue presiding The beautiful memorial erected by the people of Cappawhite and other friends of the late Father Crowe was unveiled on Sunday in the presence ofa large numbers of spectators Whilst hunting with the Meath hounds on Tuesday Capt Steeds of Clonsllla had a bad fall from his horse which rolled over him He suffered a broken leg and is much prostrated- A C Dixon professor of mathematics in Queens College Galway has been appointed professor of v mathematics in Queens College Belfast The Galway professorship is accordingly vacant The directors of the Belfast Hanking Company have appointed Joseph Watson Connell to be manager of the East End Branch Mountpottinger Belfast in sue cession to the late Robert S Ferguson- At noon on Monday in the Ulster Hall Belfast a grand bazar was opened in aId of the Good Shepherd Home MpstRevConnorAt meeting of the Cork corporation Barry Galvin was unanimously elected law agent and Florence McCarthy was appointed town clerk by thirtyfive votes as against nineteen recorded for Michael Murphy solicitor At Castlebar a man named Joe Wilson of Glasgow alias John Connor of Mayo alias John Collins of Ballinrobe alias John Sweeney of Clonmel was remanded charged with robbing a till in a shop in the main street 4 On Tuesday night lit the invitation of the Very Reverend President and Fathers of Blackrock College a large number of the members of the Blackrock College Union assembled at the college for the annual concert and conversaziones On Saturday the remains of the late Father laaffeof Tuilyalleu were interred in he graveyard attached to the church which he was mainly instru emental in bui ling His Eminence Card nal Logue presfikd at the obsequies On Tuesday anew boat called the Countess GrpevenorjswaB launched from estabe lished by the congest Districts Board on Arran Island Th4 christening cere mony was perform by the Countess Grosvenor Pierce OMahony ipetkittgrI M Chair man of B United Irishj League meeting at Dualavin Bald that though a landlord lie was proud to standt on such a platform and to advocate co tfipulsory sale and purchase as tber aolntiou of the Irish lend question fle thought the a i landlords time could be better occupied in smoothing the way for purchase than in complaining of what they called in justice done to them by the land act of 1881 Speeches were also delivered by Messrs James OConnor D J Cogan J J Clancy and P OBrien M Ps A boy named Denis OConnor aged about nine years died at midnight on Monday night at the North Infirmary Cork He had sustained internal injuries about a week ago through a car accident and was admitted a few days subse quently to the Infirmary An inquest was held at Tullow on the body of Richard Mooney an engine driver employed on the G S W rail way It appeared that the unfortunate man had accideutly fallen from his engine and sustained terrible injuries A verdict of accidental death was returned At Limerick on Mouday Mr Hickson held an investigation into the charge preferred against John McMahon of un lawfully inflicting injuries on a laborer named James Liddy Seymours lane from which he died Accused was committed for trial to the Munster Winter AssizesOn Saturday the body of a farmer named William Wilson was found in a disused limestone quarry at Drumcoo near Coalisland The deceased had been missing since the 3rd instHis legs had been tied together with his suspenders A large sum of money was found in his pocketsThe Manchester martyrs procession through the streets of Dublin to Glas nevin cemetery was the most imposing for many years Celebrations of the an niversary were also held at Kilkenny where the Mayor of Limerick spoke at Cork at Limerick Waterford Down patrick and elsewhere T Newenan Harvey died at his resi dence Newtqn on Monday Mr Harvey who had attained his seventieth year was head of the great printing and bookbinding firm of Harvey R Co numlberWards In the Waterford corporation and his death is much regretted On Thursday the County Coroner held an inquest in the Irishtown morgue on Use remains of John Butler aged twenty six a carpenter and a native of Bally g1asheen County Tipperary who had been missing since November 2 and who was found drowned in the river Liffey There was no evidence to show how the deceased had been drowned Great indignation was evinced by the Catholic parishioners of Lurgau when it became known that St Peters church had been entered during Saturday night or early Sunday morning by some indi viduals who had rifled the collection boxes in the church From invrstiga tious made it appears that the persons who committed this outrage had entered by the sacristy window Intelligence has reached Newtownards of a sad drowning accident which oc curred at Donaghadee A woman whose name is Saunders had been it appears taking her customary walk along the shore when she accidentally tripped over one of the cobbles along the shore wall and fell Into the water When picked up it was found life was extinct She was unmarried and about seventy years of ageAt the meeting of the Dublin County Council Chairman P J ONeill called attention to the great mount of lunacy that WAS produced by Intemperance and thegreat increase in the cost of llunatic l don resolutorapidlyincreasingi burden should be transferred from local to imperial taxation The resolution was unanimously carriedAt Balbriggan a laborer named Michael Brady aged about fortyfive years while employed along with a mason named Patrick Bisset fell off the roof of the Hamilton Arms Hotel which they were repairing through a ladder slipping Brady leaves a widow and three young children to mourn his loss Bisset also fell and received some serious injuries The ladder it appears was not safely secured On Wednesday an accident occurred In a new wing which is being constructed in the Convent of the Annunciation Mullingar While removing stays from under a concrete roof it suddenly col lapsed and Patrick Willis Joseph Dar gan and Patrick Casey were hurled to the ground Casey was only slightly injured but the others were more seri ously hurt and had to be removed to I I Westmeath Infirmary I J Our Drogheda correspondent an nounces the death of Patrick Byrne an old and venerable Mayor of that town which took place at his residence West street at the advanced age of eightfive fyearr1860the reformed corporation Until a few years ago he was President of the Drog heda Conference of St Vincent de Paul and held the position of President for about thirteen years I IMinatnre green copies of the posters which were torn down by the police in I Mallow last Sunday were found to have been put up in the glass tops of the public lampposts of the town This novel device for spreading the light in connection with the town laborers andI artisans grievances regarding the Town Commissioners proposed scheme of workmens houses of which complaint I was made in the destroyed posters referred to was also objected to by the police who removed the offending circu IlamppostsI the late I Very Rev James Walsh Kilquade County Wicklow were interred ill the little graveyard surrounding the old parish church in which the late vener- ableI pastor officiated for so many years I in presence of a large concourse of i mourners A solemn office followed byI I theIchurch His Grace the Archbishop ofI I Dublin presided The Most Rev Dr Donnelly Bishop of Canea was also present and there was a large attendance of the clergy of the diocese and of the deceased clergymans parishoners A bogslip has occurred at the village r villagesrholdings of from three to four acres On I the southwestern side of the village about 600 yards of the bog broke away and I moving at the rate of about twenty yards I villageJJ I blocked up a river that runs past iK twentyfeetI The occupier of one of the houses had to flee for his life leaving all his effects i villagershadpractically ruine- dGREAT SUN CIRCLE May Not Be Seen Again For Hundreds of Years A meteorological observation that will become historic was made at ClevelanddI FrederickiI Odenbach S J professor of physics in St Ignatius College The observation was that of the great sun circle or halo of Hevelius which has only been observedI three times before and probably neverI so perfect Hundreds of years may pass I I innerIJ I degree were tinct and the great circle of Hevelius I I IIcircumferenceI are iI urging Mayor Lowto name him for one of Now Yorks Park Commissioners MayorwitIfitness for the office o 1 IRISH SOCIETY DIRE A O IID- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth day Evenings of Each Mouth PresidentThomas J Dolan RogRecordingFinancial SecretaryPeter J r 1911 Bank ureet- TreasnrerJohn Mulloy f DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth T day Evenings of Each Month PresidentWilliam T Meehan Vice PresidentCon J Ford SuliFinanciall JTreasurerDIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and FoutH ti day Evenings of Each Mont HennessyVice LynchRecording pie Financial Secretary Joe P Mc1 515 West Chestnut ReillyTreasurerHarry DIVISION 1 JEFFERSON VIL Meets on the First and Third Tut at Pfaus Hall County PresidentWilliam Reill PresidentRobert Gleason Vice President B A Coll Recording SecretaryJohn J Dev Financial SecretaryFrank Hogan Treasurer Michael Kinney IRISHAMERICAN SOCIET Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Tl Thursday Evenings of Each Monti PresidentJoseph Nevin First Vice President Thos W Tar Second Vice PresidentWm Lawle Recording Secretary John J Flyn BymeTrSergeantJohn Kenney- SentinelTimothy Lyo- nsHOLIDAY SPEGI A- TCOLEMAN 1731 Portland Ave WASH DRESS GOOD Blue and Black 15c per yard yardSolidExtra Heavy Fancy 85c GloveStFlanne1ette i up yardLaundered quail only 50c- Fancy Holiday Handkerchiefs lOc 25c L s Good 104 Blankets 44c Table Damask new patterns The to S9 Latest Silk Neckwear 25c Ladies Mitts 5c and upwards J SHOES SHOES Mens Fancy Dress box calf doubt soles 2 and 275 Enamel and Patent Leather Shoes f to 350 flv50Boysand J1GO i Dongolli60cInfants Kid and Dongola Shoes to G5c Misses Custommade Fine Dress Shoe 1 to 160 Ladles Custommade Shoes doubt sole and high ankle 2 and 225 Custom Patent Tip heavy sole 125 and 150- Ladies best Kid and Patent Leather Shoes 2 to 325 D J COLEMAN 1731 Portland Ave nrlstmas Hit HOLIDAYRATES RATESVIA ROUTIf January 1 1902 tickets will beQUsalet1 between all local1 points onUlIBJlf i Four Route and D U R R alao toi many points on connecting lines in ilen j tral Passenger Association territory at a I rate of one and onethird fare for1 the J round trip Ticketswill be good for JOO2Iundersigned Warren J Lynch Geuer l Passenger and Ticket Agent W Jl ngeralticketS J Gates Qeners Agent Louisville Jty ILOW RATES TO NORTHWEST Home Seekers Excursions via Mono es i The Monon route will sell royiid U tickets at slightly in excess of our fVj November 6 ant19 and December 9 17 to points in Arizona British Colujj Colorado Idaho Iowa Manitoba igan Minnesota Nebraska New North Dakota Oregon South J Utah Washington Wisconsin Art ll wing Tickets will be good twent one days frout dl t will bear stopoverT point iti houses teen days and f 91c T I c F i 1pLrT3cIcr IIIsII AlnQJJp NTUGKy tRIM 1 MER 611N- ed to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish AmerIcans WIX4xIA11 1Z XIXQQXPi publlber CRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Htd rod ot the Louisville PostotHce as SecondClass Matter Jill Couoiailcatlonstotbe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Qreea Street 4 1TSVILLE KY SATURDAY DECEMBER I4 191 EQU1ESCAT IN PACE he death of Right Reverend gnqr Gambon St Patricks mourns the loss of a devoted alous father the poor a sym riiztns help the diocese an car and efficient worker and the iitimty a devout and exemp man whose lifes work was for eneral good and the lighten of the burdens and ills of lanity The sorrow of all at s the high esteem in which he i held Bat he lived and labored i for the glory of this world He gone to his reward- WSPAPER ADVERTISING he value of advertising is well wn to every merchant but the ter of how and where is not so iiitely settled It has been dis ed pro and con in conventions mbled in the various trade rsfon the streets and else ire and the consensus of opinion- S to be that newspaper adver ing Is the most remunerative tin and brings quicker and more ting returns Now when the shops are full of ght and pretty articles displayed attractively for the holiday Crthe merchant who ad tises is the one who finds his re most liberally patrpnized d la looking over the daysales rthe one who is most satisfied ith the days business Hn t electing a medium for adver ling all papers are not of the foTe value Many things must be ken into account The retailer ants a paper that goes right into- e family and is read not only bye bead of the house but by every iember thereof for each and every lieat various times is a purchaser nd this is the trade that is wanted LS only a clean bright paper will litbisbi11so it is that these papers have the preference The wholesaler while not over poking the family paper sees in the trade papers his best medium communication with his patrons nd also in those periodicals which ach the outlying country dts IcTs And it is not only the merchants who have found newspaper adver sing of unexcelled value but even lie bankers arc beginning to see Inew light and in the 1ast are king this means of letting the lublic know where they are situ Red and that they are ready for Idwihtrbrtsiness So it is with other lines and it behooves the up to iate man of affairs to act accOrd ingly An advertisement in a new pper of good circulation set up in attractive form catches the eye and is read and pondered where other kinds are passed by JUDGE DUNNE RIGHT Judge Hanecyof Chicago who veiled his name Hennessy before e was a judge and who was rottght into ridicule and badly Ratenid the recent Mayoralty cam algn again appears on the boards med down bf Jtidge Dunne It kms Hanecy has no l veorIeV Chicago newspapers since the Tatty election He recently pd a decision lriaKai suit h was subjected to criticism cartooning IJ jay the Chicago HlnectoraeredtherA U and the man were corpus and were released on bond Last Saturday Judge Dunne de cided the case holding that Judge Hanecy having decided and finally disposed of the gas suit there could be no contempt in criticising and ridiculing the decision or the judge and ordered the dismissal of the parties Judge Hanecy who is in for more ridicule and de nunciation consoles himself with the assertion that though Judge Dunne had the legal power he had no right to interfere with the con tempt proceedings in his Hanecys court The proper interpretatiop of that remark is the subject of comment and amusement in Chi cago to the annoyance of Hanecy Orders for the arrest of six other attaches of the American for con tempt are yet unserved and it iis likely they will be pigeonholed as Hanecy evidently has enough even if he has not succeeded in uphold ing the dignity of his court WRONG WAY AND RIGHT WAY Save us from our friends may well be the prayer of the Boers in regard to the course of some of their sympathizers in this country At a meeting in Detroit resolu tions were adoptee condemning the attitude and policy of the United States in the EnglishBoer war and demanding that our government stop Englands buying horses and mules in this country and that the United States mediate to bring about peace in South Africa Such action however well intended in jures the cause of the Boers in this country because based upon ignorance or disregard of facts the law ofnations and the lawful rights and duty of the government The United States Government being at peace with both belligerents under internationational law has pur sued the only proper cthirsestrictn- eutrality allowing to each all legal rights and denying to each any privilege violating international law compelling both to observe our laws and respect the rights and property of Americans everywhere Both are permitted to purchase and ship what they please from this country the English buying principally horses and mules and the Boers all kinds of supplies arms and ammunition while both are forbidden to enlist men organize or send from American territory hostile forces or expeditions This is in accordance with international law and the Boer authorities have expressed their satisfaction at the position and course of the United States while England has suggested- a restriction of Boer rights in the matterThe United States government months ago offered its services as mediator to stop the war the offer still standing unaccepted Thus the denunciation of the United States government is unjust- as the demands are senseless all being based on ignorance or mis representation Such action can not benefit but may injure the Boer cause in this country by giving rise to the idea that it is the Boers who prompt denunciation of our government and unreasonable and unlaw ful demands upon it for the Amer can people while heartily sympa thizing with the Boers are quick to resent unjust condemnation and attempts to dictate their govern m ntpo1crby foreign powers The resolutions were ordered sent to President Roosevelt who will Doubtless consign thmtotbe waite basket though iwmay reply Jo them as a courtesy How different ifiiiaracterj utter cje action and results lthe meet icago last Sunday nght It was called to aid in relieving the distress of he Boer women and l children to protest against brutality of the war and to urge the UnitedII States Government to use its influences 1t to bring about a cessation of II excesses and if paSSI blIThe meeting was large including prominent citizens of all parties and creeds the speakers were Hon W Bourke Cockran Archbishop Spalding and others the speeches and resolutions were devoid of rant rancor denunciation or ridicule and- over 5000 was subscribed for the Boers The protests were in the name of civilization and hu manity emphatic but respectful the request of the Government was as citizens and properly addressed to Congress and the President do not accuse or condemn the Govern ment for inaction in matters beyond its authority for what it has already done nor ask that which it can not consistently grant Such meetings respectful protests and requests on the part of citizens command respectful consideration not only of this government but ofall governments and will be mostlikely to produce the desired result the stopping of brutality if not the war in South Africa Their indorsement by this Govern ment and presentation to the Gov ernment of Great Britain coming from a government at peace and friendly and for which Great Britain professes friendship can not be regarded as unfriendly and is more likely to be effective Be sides it will probably be the fore runner of similar action by other governments for as it will be an expression of the public sentiment of the United States it will point the way for the people of other nations to give expression to their sentiments on what has excited in dignation everywhere Even the most powerful nation can not withstand public sentiment and only the vainglorious will at tempt it for public sentiment rules makes and unmakes governments after all armies and navies to the contrarySuch meetings and action as that in Chicago should be held in every city and the matter pressed upon Congress and the President and backed by public sentiment will be pushed to practical and effective resultspeaceably if possible but effective if the United States Government attempts it The antiChamberlain demon strations in Germany which seent to be spreading are developing into a proBoer party denouncing the British barbarity in South Africa and demanding that the German government i tervene to stop it This is causing grave ap prehension in England where the agitation in favor of the Boers is compared with the agitation in favor of the Cubans in the United States which caused the war with Spain and the liberation of Cuba Ports Rico and the Philippines Ij is argued that the situation and the conditions are the same and some incident is likely to occur like the blowing upof the Maine that may force or give an excuse for Ger many or some other power to in tervene in behalf of the Boers causing possibly a general European war and certain embarrassment if not serious loss to England This feeling is affecting the stock market and general trade which are already greatly depressed Presid Roosevelt is right about anarchy It defies and violates all law and rights teaches encour ages aids and commits crime all anarchists and those who uphold and approve anarchy aii and abet crime and as such should be amen able to the taw as all other crimi nals their aids and abettors that anarchists should be excluded from this country and all anarchists in the country deported anarchist organizations tteachings and litera ture suppressed and their utter ance publication and circulation prohibited add punished by severe penalties Anarchy is outlawry and it and iite advocates should be treated as outlaws by all iawabidJ Ing governments Any govern ment that refuses or fails to so treat keepland harbor them within its own boundaries and enjoy Vie exclus ive blessing of their doctriqes and efforts to better the conditions of the human race That part of President Roose velts message referring to labor indicates that the Presidents views are in accord with the labor unions If Congress will carry out his suggestions organized labor will gain what it has been pleading and working fort that is so far as the Federal Government has authority to grant it Now is the time to remember your friends with a memento that will remind them of you all year Send them the Kenthcky Irish American for a year In placing their advertising merchants should not overlook the Kentucky Irish American as by goirg into many families it is en excellent medium Asa means of reaching pur chasers the Kentucky Irish Ameri can stands near the top of the list and advertisers should make a note of the fact Do not let the matter of smoke consumers drop Keep at it diligently in season and out till the desired result has been accom pUshed PARSONS REELECTED Action May Be Void As IIt Was By Retiring Board of Works The eagerness for public office is causing all sorts of technical scheming and procedure even risking illegality and insuring litigation and confusion in public business The City Engineer is selected by the Board of Public Works and Clarence Parson was so selected for his expiring term The new Board of Public Works is believed to be hostile to Mr Parsons so to hold on to his office for the ensuing term the majority of the old board Satterwhite and Jefferson iu its last hours of official tenure reelected Parsons tea the coming four yearsThe new board will likely resent this infringement on their prerogative of naming their subordinate officers and either ignore his reelection or remove lira and elect a City Engineer for the coming term SWEPT BOSTON Gen Collins and Democratic Tlckot Elected by Largest Vote In Citys History Gen Patrick A Collins was elected Mayor of Boston Tuesday and with IBm the entire Democratic ticket a complete reversal of two years ago That this was due to the popularity of Gen Collins seems evident from the fact that he re vived over 52000 votes the largest vote ever received by any Mayoralty candidate- in the Hub City and a plurality of 20000 over Mayor Hart carrying eighteen of the twentyfive wards Two years ago Hart was elected by a plurality of 2281 The campaign was unusually active and vigorously pushed by both parties and the registration and vote nearly 50 percent greater than two years ago The Democrats elected the Street Com missioner a majority of the School Commissioners and both branches of the City Council Notwithstanding the active can vass and large vote the election passed off quietly RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Miss Catherine Hurley whose death causedsincere sorrow among her wide circle of New Albany friends took place Monday morning from Jioly Trinity church Rev Father Kelly cele brating the solemn high mass of requiem The heath of Mrs Margaret Corrigan last Sunday morning came as a great chock to her many friends as she had only been ill a short time The deceased was one of the citys first inhabitants and estded in Limerick until several years ago when she moved to her late residence 1111 Underhill street The deceased leaves a family of six children and two grandchildren and numerous rela ties who sincerely mourn her loss The fun ral took place from St Johns church Veanesday tuoraitag May her soul rest in peace 1Nellie daughter of Micbaqfand the- late Alice Bench died at tlft residence 1852 PortJendavenue jly Wednesday morning She bid beejf lUforlOme time being attended bjFather Gambon and had changed forEe better but and denly grew woraq With the result that abC died about an 1 our before her father onfeeeor was strfc en MIss Bench was teemed for her godquahlties and bet- deth cauaea gi earsorrow The funeral evieePrIdAy moriag was held in St Cecilia church ndtbe1teflneatt InSti ouLfotuiftery o the Marquis of Qnecnaberry is in great lbeadjudplnother distinguished English banknipt baa thua for eacaped the jail where his angry creditors would like to land him I Written for Kentucky Irish American A LILY OP THB SACRED HEART Tall and slender a flower frail With eyes of blue and teeth like pearl The thoughtful face so bright and pale Reflects the soul of this sweet girl Her gentle heartLoves golden mine Like the sun shedding his warm rays On all around to GodLove Divine Is consecrated forever all her days To honor our Lord she gladly gives Of her young life the better part Fair bride of Heaven she happily lives A Lily sweet of the Sacred Heart KATHIHKN DON LU- AvVsocirnv IMr Joseph Piazza the recently elected President of Trinity Council Y M I who will be installed at the first meeting in January is deservedly promoted haying faithfully served the council in other official duties Mr Piazza is a trusted employ of R J Thornton Co the well known coffee and spice firm Mr John J Sullivan the retiring Presi dent of Trinity Council closes an efficient andsuccessful administration the coun ell having grown and prospered under his guidance He is one of the Grand Directors of the Young Mens Institute well known and popular throughout the city John E Roche arrived home Saturday from Chicago Mr and Mrs Edward Monahan have returned from Missouri Mrs Frank Sheehan has been visiting friends in Bowling Green i Miss Marjorie Wyler a pretty visitor from Bowling Green has returned home Rev Father G A Vantroostenberg of Holy Cross was heFe the first part of the weekMrs D A Shanahan left Monday for Washington to be the guest of Miss Mary Flannery J V Murphy a well known citizen of Georgetown was here for a visit of a few days this week Miss Anita Muhloon was the star Mon day night at the greatest musicale ever given in Cincinnati Miss Lucy Kearney who lisa been the guest of Mrs Upton Muir has returned to her home in New York Mrs John Hays will entertain on the evening of December 23 for Miss Hilde garde McKenna of Washington Miss Kathleen Cunningham who has been ill with the mumps at her home in the Highlands is again able to e out Miss Lula Robertson has returned to her home in Elizabethlown after a pleasant visit with Mrs Theodore Winter smithILMr Charles It Jacques who was takenI suddenly and seriously ill about three months ago has improved so that he isII able to be out Miss Helen Traylor a charming visitor from Jasper returned to her home Mon day after spending a pleasant week with the Misses Hines in Jeffersonville Howard Gleasou well known in the Highlands has accepted a position in Southern Kentucky and will be absent from the city for the next three months t Eagipeer tee Iarkinwl eillnllllast week prevented his removal from I Lexington will recover his condition laving changed for the better His home isat m Twentyeighth street Mr smile Gross 561 6Wet Walnut treetj formerly Kith Seeltecii althe1 ouiirille Hotelbut for the put two years I loldiagl a good position at itkeland lies Il returned to hiacltyandia nowaMocUted JJ with James Council at Seventh ad Zane treetai where he will be pleaaed to have 1 all hit friends call tut himrh 1cu i io-t 1 J t+tfHHU H it H fHH f t rttH urn tt t t Of PIANOSDo you intend buying a Piano for Xmas If so dont do it till you get our prices and see the largest stock in the city Chickering Geo Steck Co Decker Son Schubert Kingsbury Smith Barnes And Other Good Makes of Pianos We Guarantee You Will SAVE O TO 1008SEE THE SPECIAL BARGAINS WE OFFER THIS MONTUa GASH OJX EJASY pAYMELS MONTENEGROI ij RIEHM MMUSICm COij 628 and 630 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky t + i4 + + + + + It It It It Ut + f It + toft + It + It + 4f + + 4 It f + ++ 4 + H H HOLIDAY PRESENTS 7 Prayer Books Devotional Books Books of Instruction Devotion Etc All the Latest Catholic Publications Catholic Tales f and Novels Rosaries Candlesticks Statuary Crucifixes Holy Water Fonts Sanctuary Lamps Albums Medalions Lamps Etc Everything in the Religious Line Appropriate Christmas and New Year g- iftsCHARLESAeROGERS 434 WEST JEFFERSON ST n n n n r sDANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENANII DOUOh6rtu K66nan- UNDERTAKERSi 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth T PHO 2402All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Carriages Furnished for All Occasions GENEROUS PRINTERS Furnish Ward For Sick Mem bers at the New Hospital The members of Typographical Union No 10 of this city have undertaken a work of charity that reflects great credit upon them individually and as an organ ization The Union has appointed a committee with instructions to furnish a ward at the new St Anthonys Hospital for sick and unfortunate members and the gentlemen are now performing this work When completed the ward will contain five beds and the furnishings will be as fine as any in the institution President Owen appointed the following gentlemen who are now visiting the various offices and receiving subscriptions toward the fund William M Hig gins John P Stack Thomas I Ledwith James Caldwell and A C Grice They will purchase the furniture and every thing necessary for the ward upon the door of which will be placed plate bearing the inscription Typographical Union No 10 The commendable spirit exhibited by the printers will be better appreciated when it is understood that all pay a monthly assessment for their magnificent ChildsDrexel Home at Colorado Springs for their aged and incapacitated members The institution has won the ad miration of the Christian world and is yet without an equal in this or any other countryAnd right here we would again urge our readers to have their printing done in union offices where these good men find employment fair wages and reason able hours CAUGHT THE ROBBER Offlcer Lawler Arrests Will Cook In SchneidersStore Officer Will Lawler captured negro burglar named William Cook last Sun day night in Schneiders produce and commission store and the business houses for some time to come will have one less desperate character to contend with The thief was a big husky fellow who at first showed fight but when the brave officer presented his pistol with the warning that he was nervous the black rascal weakened and submitted to arrest The officer entered the store alone and without assistance captured his man who was hiding behind the rear counter People should all be careful at this time of the year aa there are many petty thieve awaiting a chance to steal anything they can lay bands on This h the r attempt on officer Lawless beat and his vigilance will actae a warning to others UNITED STATES SENATOR The big Kentucky politfciau areJ watching witiTliveiy Wersat bc1folj teuteoC the eUdidtItSS for United States Senator BxGov Mctiry JIi In Jbllead but tiiete are those othink fudge CartrUl may jet the plum when be cancoi meet OoacnhMwo Wheeler wDO chaD eJrptfC a1 R1 jority vote fc k F 1i I ITIS NO SECRET I am glad to tell you the cause of my rich glossy suit of hair Yes Dandruff became very annoying my haIr was rapidly tail Izig Out gray hairs began to appear the hales were pUt at the ends I tried everything to get relief finally BALDINEDID When the hair becomes starved It needs a hair tonic something to Invigorate Its weakened condition BALDINE la guaranteed to Stop Falling Hair and Remove Dandruff M It permeates tho hair follicles and gives renewed strength to the hair growth It prevents BALD NESS and II bald posItively pro duces a new hair growth Every woman who values a luxuriant growth of hair fthould make frequent use of Baldlne It Is a delightful hairdressing and tonic Get It of your Druggist or vrrl teas BALDINE MANUFACTURING CO 200 W MARKET ST LOUISVILLE KY RENZ DRUG CO Distributers a Have You a Friend GrantedThat then why not send him a bottle or gallon jug of Old McKenna Whisky f for a holiday giftneatly cased in unmarked boxes of 12 3 4 6 or 12 bottles each Send us address well guarantee safe delivery to any part of the United States Merit Wins So we want your Christmas order for highclass Wines and Brandies Imported Munchener Wurtzbur ger or Pilsener Beers etc Have you tried our Peach and Honey or Apple and Honey OLD BLUEHOUSE HENRY BOSQUET PROP 245 Fourth AvcHHe MONEY TO LOAN dyinfht current Iowa catholic of Davenport contains an advertisement ef the iatUolic Mutual Protective Society of qwSf whIch Mates the organization kll monet jto joaata remarhablylowrstt oflnt zest The Uri of the Kiicittjr is to preeery the homeatead of stru lirig laboren againtt the iODfilcstoroL1 nterett charged by shirk corporatiotu The motive in OK excellent one K N11UQKY A aI AN J U eleile e IiIIor- I I RAFFO A received novel theI IfUrnitur6 ta- nd I comprise theII handsomest Dressers Music r r I IDeskslor Pieces etc etc I m Every article offered for sale is fully guaranteed as to 321I quality and low price You get exactly what you and Iit whenever wantw you get you i We satisfactionW Market St t n aBet Third and Fourth + H +M + Htt +++++4N t +4+ M Mt M M +t MI Hi YOU WA- NTStraightPure Whisky For Medicinal PurposesG- ETi IT FR- OMJ1RDANTAT i Pioneer Bottling House 913 West Broadway Louisville Ky tt M H M Ht H H MitMt tHt tMtIMt 1t4t4tttHut WM NORTON SON- N E COR NINTH AND BROADWAY WHOLESALE GROCERS Feed Commission Merchants Dealers in Flour Lime and Cement Special attention given to country produce TELEPHONE 1- 122WHISKY 4 HARPER Famous at home for generations past Famous t all over the world A threetime winner i Gold i medals at Worlds 1893 New Orleans 1885 S BERNHEIM BROS i Sole Controllers Louisville Ky VALS SALOON11 442 West Green Street VAL L STER Proprietor WINES LIQUORS CIGARS ETC Hot Lunch Every Morning from to 1230 Oclock JOHJV OS FRANK VVALTERSC Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET i Telephone 3093 LOUISVILLE KY THEATRICALS Laughter holding both its sides willbe practically Illustrated at the Buck Ingham next week the occasion being the first appearance this season of J Williams Imperial Bnrlesquers num baring thirtyfive people The principal comedy parts are in the hands of the well known comedians John Cain John Barton James Tenbrooke and M Stewart while the feminine contingent is w ll represented by such regal beauties M EdnaUrilne Grace Forrest Bnrke and JJkach Newcomb Following the first U pert Is a well selected olio of vaudeville acts introducing Americas sweet singer latch Newcomb and Charlotte Coates t tb popular song illustrator The closing feMnre will beespritaile military review utitlI On To The Front It k brim uYMtUetloultrikinClCenecyaudpnK The Avenue had crowded houaeitbe- pea w ek enjoying the Volunteer Q a11plytomorrow For Her Sake will be the- ft== bUl is a thrilling ayrrecounting Has all Inew and ideas t they things ever 9 seen in this city Side boards buy iit guarantee also IF and jKSxsxxe now Paris 1900 Fair 030 Harry- J Harry the love of a Russian prince for a peas ant trials nod heroism intrigue and devotion elaborately costumed and magnificent scenery the scenes being in Rus sia and Siberia Usual matineesI The Masonic Temple Theater as a re aultof loss in patronage dun to the panic of a few weeks ago closed its doors last Saturday Col Meffert being unable to sympathyforpany tried to resume but it seems their plans have failed IWSH AMERICAN SOCIETY The regular meeting of the Irlak American Society will be held peat Thursday eftnhcanda1t members are urged to attend The election of officers will take place and IeveraHli1portaatpropoeiUoJ1- 8pertalniur to the welfare and future policy of the society are to be considered propositionsfoeare expected sthue are still many Iri Amcricaiu who shonld affiliate with therorganlzatlou 1 Dublin dispatches say a warrant has been issued by Castle authorities for an other Irish member of Parliament J i 6 IRISHfllHERIGflNS LOUISVILLE Just a Few of the Men of the Irish Race and What They Have Done and Are Now Doing For the Materiall Advancement of Our Fair and Prosperous City 1 1 Merchants Manufacturers Professional 7 Men Railroad Officials and Men5 of All Crafts They Are a Factor That Must Be Always Taken Into Consideration i 1 w Prominent as Politicians They Have Served the City and State in Almostt Every Capacity With Satisfaction and Ability and All Find Favor1- y What have the Irish and Irish Americans done for Louisville is a questionI that is frequently asked in these days And again Who are the IrishAmericans I in Louisville Both questions can be answered but to be answered comprehensively and intelli gently would take months of toil and in vestigation not because the answer s are hard to find but because the men andwomen of the Irish race have been intimately associated with the history of Louisville from its founding They have formed part and parcel of its advancement and development in every line From the humble laborers to the leaders of the bar in manufacturing line in the mercan tile line in the ministry in the practice of medicine in politics and in every pursuit the people of the Irish race have and are now playing a prominent part in this fair city No newspaper sketch then can give the public any idea of what the Irish peo ple have done and are doing for this pros perous city of ours Their history is so closely interwoven with the history of Louisville that one can not be written without the other Let it suffice then to say a few brief words about the Irish Americans of Louisville of our own times Pick out any particular legitimate call ing in the city and you will find Irish Americans engaged thereinyes and al ways near the top of their calling Take the lawyers Are there any more able jurists men more highlyrespected by their brother attorneys than lions Matt ODoherty and Edward J McDer mott Both have national reputations as orators profound thinkers both are men who are not afraid to give utterance to their convictions The one is a native of Ireland the other a native of Kentucky but inheriting his talents from his Irish parents and both are proud to be reck oned among the IrishAmericans of Louisville But these are not all Thos P Walsh Walter P Lincoln Newton J Rogers Alderman James J Fitzgerald Judge John McCann Emmet Slattery and Ptosecuting Attorney Robert Hagan are also among the IrishAmericans who are ornaments to the local bar In the medical profession who stands higher than Dr William B Doherty a native of Ireland or Dr Corrigan Dr Clint Kelly and his son the Coroner elect Dr Harris Kelly These latter are Kentuckians born and bred but they are proud of their Irish ancestry But then these are only a few of the many physi clans who boast of Irish blood In the architectual line the Irish Americans are well represented It was C A Curtin known to his intimates as Neil who was the first man who had the hardihood to give Louisville a sky scraper now the Columbia building but when built was known as the Commercial Club building It was the first building of modern improvements erected in Louisville and will remain long as a monument to the grit and ability of this genial IrishAmerican But Architect Curtin has erected many other handsome buildings that reflect credit on his genius D Murphy is another IrishAmerican architect whose fame has spread beyond the State Many of the newest and handsomest churches of he diocese of Louisville are specimens of his handi work Then there is that magnificent new Doherty flat building at Second and Guthrie streets the work of James J Gaffney another IrishAmerican architect W J OSulllvan is another local architect and bridge builder now design ing bridges for the Louisville Bridge and Iron Company Mr OSulllaan Is one of that gifted family of geniuses of which his brother Patrick OSullivan the com poser and musician and Rev Fathers Hugh and Anthony OSulllvan are apart In the marble and monument line where in Louisville can be found a man of wider reputation than our own Mike Muldoon who is known in New York ay well as in Louisville and whose hand some works of art adorn cemeteries clear across the continent Take some of the manufacturing lines brick and sewer pipe working for in stance Who has achieved a greater measure of success than Pat Bannou and who now full of years and honor is happy to see his three grown sons going ahead with his business adding day by day toUt wealth he accumulated by- economy integrity and strict attention business Ye Tat Bannon can well be proud of his boys Jeff and Richard and Patrick Jr who have all inherlted their fathers bustaesr talents linesaythqAiafiea11S in it Lookattbislistt John IV Byrne Charles J OConnor Daniel Lady Dun Scsnlon Robert WaUoa Joseph Dougherty Joseph ODonnell John Duffy Spaldlng Coetnau all either natives of Ireland or of Irish descent n How about contractors IIHave not th l Nevins and Gleasons built more than half the streets in Louisville and still members of these famines are yet in the business Joe Nevin and John R Gleason Buying is an art It requires a shrewder person to buy than to sell That is the reason probably that Patrick E Henchey and Cornelius OBrien are regarded amen s of genius in their Ime one recognized as the best cloak buyer in Louisville the other as a leading buyer of dry goods and notions In the plastering business who Is better known than Barney Campbell and his son John In the employ of the various railroads and in various capacities there are scores of IrishAmericans like W J Harahan recently made thief Engineer of the Illinois Central road Daniel J Duane Assistant Auditor of the Louisville Nashville Railrfcid Company Jeremiah Kavanagh for more than thirtysix years foreman at the Louisville Nashville shops still there and good for many more years Then there are railroad agents like T B McCabe Will Newman John Dignan Jrd Ryan and L A Downs If you are searching for a steamboat pilot where can you find one more capa ble than Daniel JKane If you want a stylish suit of Clothes dont you hunt up Pat Walsh Matt Winn or James T Moran Ed Langen Martin Cusick or Edward Clancy Are there any better known men in the distilling business than Alderman William J OHearn George McCrann and James P Roche And wholesalers as well are James Thompson James L Hackett and John W SlackiLouisville is the greatest tobacco mar ket in the world and among the lead ing spirits of that market are such Irish Americans as Edward J OBrien Alder man Thomas Jefferson OBryan and John LaffanA coining to Louisville and in search of a hotel finds George Mulligan and his brother Dave in charge of the Louisville Hotell where you get the best the market affords In the high class plumbing line you will find men like Mike J Dully Dave Welsh Thomas Garvey and a host of others s- And there is Joe McWilliams another IriSh Amcricen anda Kentuckian by adoption the leading mechanical engineer Martin and Joe Kirwan owners i of the only firstclass sawmill in the city are of Irish descent Almost anybody will tell you that Owen Sullivan is the leading laundry man Charley and Joe Byrne the livestock dealers are recognized everywhere as the best in their line and are Irish AmericansIn political line say you Yes here as everywhere on the face of the earth where God has scattered them the Irish are in politics and wherever they have held office here there friends have had reason to be proud of them Take Daniel F Murphy the City Assessor I He has held that office for more I than a decade and always with credit to himself and satisfaction to all the people All is used advisedly because no word has ever been said against his ad ministration ofaffals Associated with him are IrishAmericans like his brother Con Murphy and Dan Doherty There Is Dick Langan fn the License Inspectors office and Dad Price Secretary of the police department Capt William J Sullivan at the head of the detective force and he is aided by other IrishAmericans like Eugene ODaly Martin Donahue John Sexton and Charley Hickey Why more than half the police force is Irish and the new Assistant Chief will be an Irish American Major Pat Ridge Has ever any one heard aught respect lug the integrity of that sterling Irish American Ed Tierney during all the years he served as City Auditor or as a member of the Board of Public Works John H Shea and Roger McGrath Secretaries respectively of the Boards of Safety and Works are specimens of what young IrishAmericans can do In the Tax Receivers office you will find more IrishAmericansWilliam Me 1 Kinley John Duffy Thomas J Shelley t and ElijahJ Mann Major Edward HugltChlefof the fire department is of Irish decent so is Assistant Chief John J Tully and about half of the various fire Captains Mike Tynan Depdty Baliff of the Police Court and Orri Whall u Deiuty t Clerk of the Police Court are also Irish American Last but 11u9 a MMs lout of the 1IlahAmeriCau iraga pd in heficlJmating game of politics are the Whalkn brother John H aitdIJWetl i Asking ovcUeadytodqf9friendathe ij i bet politicians of the rity Yes there Iri American DII Ou- e paper men in Louisville too Col R M Kelly has been edltor in chief of the Commercial for more than thirty years and appears to be In shape for thirty years more in the harness He is no ordinary Kentucky Colonel He won his title fairlyfighting for the Union in the civil war More than that he is proud of his Irish ancestry Then there are news gatherers or reporters if you like proud of their Irish names and parentage Edward Fitzpatrick of the Times and Bernard P J Kavanagh of the News For some unknown reason reporters are not considered as important as editors Editors take a crack at anything Is there a Boer war the editor must write something about it Is there an inter national canal to be dug the editor must have his say about that Should we in sist upon an open door policy in China the editor must give his views on the matter not necessarily because he knows all about any of these matters and nine times out of ten he doesntbut because he is an editor and he is expected to write about everything Often the less he knows about the subject the more his article is appreciated With reporters it is different A reporter is expected to be on the ground to tell truthfully what happened when it happened and how it happened He must get accurately news and dates and all the facts concerning current events of the day whether it is a personal or political feud a fire a busi ness failure or what not Friends and foes must look alike to him He is paid for gathering and writing the news No night must be too cold no day too warm no task too difficult for him No danger is too great to be shirked When the city editor says Go get such and such a thing Ay aysirl says the re porter and he goes Neither does he return until he gets what he is sent after or a thundering good excuse for not get ting it He does no editorial writing at long range He must be Johnnyonthe spot Such men are Fitzpatrick and Kavanagh Fitzpatrick hails from Indi ana but he has worked on local papers so long that he is to all intents and purposes a Kentucky IrishAmerican He has reported for the Louisville papers about sixteen years and when he started his career on this side of the river he had seeneight years of service as a news gatherer in Indiana Kavanagh was born and raised in Louisville and has been gathering news for the local press during the past eleven years Both Fitzpatrick and Kavanagh have done all sorts of news gathering but true to their Irish American nature they appear to be best fitted for gathering news of a political interest The man who gathers political nrws must be familiar with the politicians both of the city and State He jnust bury his own political feelings He must be polite and politic He must get the news Ed Fitzpatrick and Barney Kav anagh usually get it when it is going Look at the magnificent churches that adorn Louisville built either in whole or in great part by Irish Americam contribu tions St Louis Bertrands St Patricks St Johns St Michaels St Brigids St Aloysius St Paulsaye yes and St Charles too And yet they ask what have the Irish and IrishAmericans done in Louisville and for Louisville and what are they doing Why this sketch is merely an epitome of what they have done written hastily from what the writer knows nay from what came foremost in his mind There are hundreds not mentioned here who are equally as well known Take a city directory some time and go through it and youll find IrishAmerican names and IrishAmerican business men on every page There is no intention to slight any of them by leaving out their names but this article was merely written to show that IrishAmericans had done something and were doing something for LouisvilleAs earthly end of man ito the grave is it not fitting to end this sketch of IrishAmericans in Louisville with the men who sooner or later will carry u- stherethe undertakers Call them what you will morticians funeral embalmers or the plain old undertakers they are a body of men that is keeping pace with the progress of the world in science as well as style Are there any IrishAmer ican undertakers in Louisville Yes and good citizens too men to be proud of John J Barrett Dougherty it Keenan Granville W Smiths Son and Tracy of Tracydt Straub Mr Barrett during his twenty years and more experience has held every position of honor iu the gift of the undertakers both ol the local and State associations c 41iealso figured prominently ssa deHp4 to the nationall conventions of undertakers era several occasions Mr Barrett is proud that he wu born in Ireland and Iis ilttbefote front of all local movements erf au Irish character s tis also Thomu Keerian of Dougherty Keenan Mr Keenan leII FOR H- ISfCIIRISTMAS GIFT I IGOTO II LEVYS ShoesTmoney X suit him exactly 818 18 MJ MADDEN N E Cor Tenth and Walnut Holiday Supplies Nowhere in Louisville will you find a better or more carefully selected stock of Groceries con t taining everything necessary for your ChistImas dinner Also Meats Poultry and Game at reasonable prices Fresh Fancy Candies Oranges Nuts etc We make a specialty of fine Wines and Liquors for family use GOODS DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF CITY MMM t t t + 1111 + t t + t + t + +l1li ED L DALTONSCO i Northwest Corner Floyd and Main i I MIl J l1li t + t + t IHHIHIHHHHHHHIH1 1 I1 11 1 1 1 1 1 +11 11 11 I 11 1 DAVID WELSH PLUMBER SEVENTH ST NEAR WALNUTLOUlsVl t TELEPHONE 2034 4i dI 11ZYItHIHI 1 +1 H1 111111I IIIIf1I1 I11IIt1Jt1FlhiIIIS l DOUGHERTY CO WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Lump and Crushed Coke ALSO BEST Pittsburg Kentucky Anthracite and Jellico Coa CONTRACT COAL A SPECIALTY TELEPHONE 469 OFFICE I1207 WEST MAIN STREET HENRY C AUERTELEPHONE 1140 j FINE WINES AND LIQUORS LIVERY AND BOARDING STABI 407 EAST JEFFERSON ST Ij 421 AND 430II BRANCH HOUS 905 W MARKET IE JEFFERSON STt LOUISVILLE Ky JOHN F OEJRTBUBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY A CREAM COMMON BE 1400i404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE K succeeded his fatherinlaw the late James Dougherty in the business a business established more than forty years He is County President of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and National Dele gate from Kentucky Al Smith member of the Board of Councilmen is the son of the late Gran Smith founder of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America CHILDRENS CARNIVAL The third Childrens Carnival will be given by Trinity Council Y M I No 230 at their club house 718 East Gray street from2 to 6 oclock p m January 1 One of ttifeatures will be a contest for the most popular babies One of the prizes will bcIO iii gold donated by the ChUclrens Carnival Cb mlttee Another prize will be 250 in god and a gold ring donated by the Young Ladies Auxiliary of trinity Council With trite Srt and second prizes will be glen a dpaen photographs by two of tHe best photographers Very likely this committee will have a prize for eyery baby that enters this contest Any baby three years of age and under tan ehterfreejoi charge and any parents wisliin baby to enter can make apoJM puce Ol1bo01tscaUL 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Lady Assistant and Embalmer i Notlce1OVEDT0700 f TELEPHONE 81Q I J iJnMr 1 1 7ss HR lEI4EI fiNKFEHR BREWING 60 INOORPOKATBUJ ttlers I bAR13y GIM Attt ThE GOOD PEOPUE HERMIME TEMPLBTON IN AVCLURBS HAOAZING 4 J S 3 Sx4 5 ypppppep00000000000000p X uuuu u On the road between Kilcuny and Ballnderg Jerry Murtaugh the car driver told me his story Although only one living man of his own free will ever went among them there still any well learned person in Ireland can tell you that the abode of the Good People is in the hollow heart of the great mountain Sleivenatnon That same one man was Darby Gill a cousin of my own mother One night the Good People took the eldest of Darbys three fine pigs The next week a second pig went the same way The third Week not a thing had Darby left for the Balllurobe fair You may aisily think how sore and sorry the poor man was an bow Bridget his wife an the childher carried on The rent was due and all left was to sell his cow Rosie to pay it Rosie was the apple of his eye he admired and respected the pigs but he loved Rosie Worst luck of all was yet to come On the morning when Darby went for the cow to bring her into market bad scrans to the hoof was there but in her place only a wisp of dirty straw to mock him Mlllia uiurther What a howliu and screecbiu and cursin did Darby bring back to the house Now Darby was a bould man and a desperate man in his anger as you soon will see He shoved his feet into a pair of brogues clapped his hat on his head gripped his stick in his hand Fairy or no fairy ghost or goblin livin or dead who took Rosiell rue this day he says With those wild words he bolted in the direction of Sleivenamon- All day long he climbed like an ant over the bill looking for a hole or cave through which he could get at the prison of Rosie At times be struck the rocks with his blackthorn cryin out challenge Come out you that took her he called Ifye have the courage of a mouse ye murtherin thieves come out No one made answerat laste not just then But at night as he turned hungry and footsore toward home who should he meet up with on the crossroads but the old fairy doctor Sheela Maguire Well known she was as a spy for the Good People She spoke up Oh then youre the foolish blun dherinheaded man to be saying what youve said and doing what youve done this day Darby Gill says she What do I care says he fiercely Id fight the divil tonight for my beau tiful cow Then go into Mrs Hagans meadow beyant says Sheela and wait till the moon is up Byanby yell see a herd of cows some down from the mountain and yer ownll be among them Whatll I do then asked Darby his voice tbrembling with excitement Sorra a hair I care what you do But therell be lads there and hundreds you wont see thatll stand no ill words Darby Gill I thank you kindly says Darby and I bid you good evening maam He turned away leaving her standing there alone looking after him but he was sure he heard voices talkin to her and laughin and titthesin behind him It was dark night when Darby stretched himself on the ground in Hagans meadow the yellow rim of the moon just tipped the edge of the hills The time passed mortal slow and it was an hour later when a hundred slow shadows stirring up the mists crept from the mountain way toward him First he must find was Rosie among the herd To creep quiet as a cat through the hedge and reach the first cow was only a minutes work Then his planto wait tilt cockcrow with all other sober sensible thoughts went clean out of the lads ldead before his rage for cropping eagerly the long sweet grass the first baste he met was Rosie With a leap Darby was behind her his stick falling sharply on her flanks The ingratitude of that cow almost broke Darbys heart Rosle turned fiercely upon him with a vicious lunge her two horns aimed at his breast There was no sup pIer boy in the parish than Darby and well for him it was so for the mad rush the cow gave would have caught any man the laste thrifle heavy on his legs andended his days right there As it was our hayro sprang to one side As Rosie passed his left hand gripped her tail When one of the Gills takes hould ofa thing he hangs on like- a bull terrier Away he went rushing with her Now began a race the like of which was never heard of before or since Ten jumps to the second and a hundred feet to the jump Rosies tall standing straight up in the air firm as an iron bar and Darby floating straight out behind a thousand furious fairies flying a short distance after filling the air with wild commands and Ihreatenings Suddenly the sky opened fora crash of lightning that shivered the hills and a roar of thunder that turned out of their beds every man woman and child in four counties Plash after flash came the lightning hitting on every side of Derby If it wasnt for fear of hurting Rosie the fairies would sartenly have killed Darby As it was he was Mill with fear afraid to hould on and afraid to lave go waving in the air at Roeies tail like a flag As the cow turned into the long nar row valley which cuts into the east aide of the mountain the Good People caught up with the pair and what they didnt do to Darby in the line of sticking pins pulling whiskers and pinching wouldnt take long to tell In troth he WM jutt about toletohla houM and take the- chaneeiof a fall when the hlildde opened and whUkltb cow turned Into the mountain Darby found himself flying town aide high passage which grew lighter adbe went along He heard the opening behind shut like trap andhj- tJarl ahead topped beating fofthitwu 1 S ci J iJi nmn mmmnmnm nnnmnnmmnn the fairies home in the heart of Sleive na mon Hewas captured by them When Rosie stopped so stiff were all Darbys joints that he had great trouble loosening himself to come down He landed among a lot of angryfaced little people each no higher than your hand every one wearing a green velvet cloak and a red cap Well take him to the king says a redwhiskcred wee chap What hell do to the murtherin spalpeenll be good and plenty With that they marched our bould Darby a prisoner down the long passage which every second grew wider and lighter and fuller of little people Sometimes though be met with human beings like himself only the black charm was on them they having been stolen at some time by the Good People He saw Lost People there from every parish in Ireland both commoners and gentry Each was laughing talking and diverting himself with another Off to the sides he could see small cobblers making brogues tinkers mending pans tailors sewing cloth smiths hammering horseshoes every one merrily to his trade making a divarsion out of work Down near the center of the mountain was a room twenty times higher and broader than the biggest church in the world As they drew near this room there arose the sound ota reel played on bagpipes The music was so bewitching that Darby who was the gracefullest reel dancer in all Ireland could hardly make his feet behave At the rooms edge Darby stopped short and caught his breath the sight was so entrancing Set over the broad floor were thousands and thousands of the Good People facing this way and that and dancing to a reel while on a throne in the middle of the room sat ould Brian Conners King of the Fairies blowing on the bagpipes The little king with a goold crown on his head wearing a beautiful green velvet coat and red knee breeches sat with his legs crossed beating time with his foot to the musicThere were many from Darbys own parish and what was his surprise to see there Mauteen McGibney his own wifes sister whom he had supposed resting dacintly in her grave in holy ground these three years There she was gliding back and forth feruinst a little graywhiskered round stomached fairy man as though there was never a care nor a sorrow in the worldAs I tould you before I tell you again Darby was the finest reel dancer in all Ireland and he came from a family of dancers though I say it who shouldnt as he was my mothers own cousin Three things in the world banish sorrow love and whisky and music So when the surprise of it all melted a little Darbys feet led him into the thick of the throng right under the throne of the King where he flung care to the winds and put his heart and mind into his two nimble feet Darbys dancing was such that purty soon those around stood still to admire Backward and forward sidestep and turn cross over then forward a hand on his hip and his stick twirling free side step and forward cross over again bow to his partner and hammer the floor It wasnt long till half the dancers crowded around admiring clapping their hands and shouting encouragement The ould King grew so excited that he laid down the pipes took up his fiddle came down from the throne and standing ferniest Darby began a finer tune than the first The dancing lasted a whole hour no one speaking a word except to cry out Foot it ye dlviUHAisy now hes threading on flowers I More power to you I Play faster King I Hoorool hooroo hooray Then the King stopped and said Well that bates Banagher and Bana gher bates the world Who are you and how came you here Then Darby up and tould the whole storyWhen he had finished the King looked sayrious Im glad you came an Im sorry you came he says If we had put our charm on you outside to bring you in youd never die till the end of the world when we here must all go to hell But he added quickly theres no use in worrying about that now Thats naythcr here nor there I Those willing to come with us caut come at aUat all and here you are of your own free act and will Howsomever youre here and we darent let you go outside to tell others of what you have seen and so give us a bad nameabout taking things you know Well make you as comfort able as we can and so you wont worry about Bridget and the childher Ill have a goold sovereign left with them every day of their lives But I wish we had the couieitber on you II he says with a sigh for its airy to see youre great company Now come up to my place a1have a noggin of punch for friend ships sake l says he Thats how Darby Gill began his six months stay with the Good People Not a thing was left undone to make Derby contented and happy A civller people than the Good People he never met At first he couldnt get over saying God keepall here and God save you kindly and things like that which was like burning them with a hot iron If it werent for Maureen McGibney Darby would be ik Sleiyenamon at this hour Sure she au always the wise girl ready with 1 er crafty plans and warnings On a da when they two were sitting aloaetogett er she says to him Darby aeAri7lheitislt right fur a dacint ntan of amity to be spending bU dare cavoriiu nd idltuf the hours witU sport and nonknte We mutt get you out of here forjfhat ia a sovereigns ridprotect I Thrue for yet moaned Darby and my heart is just splittin for a sight of Bridget and the childher Bad luck to the day I set so much store on a dirty ongrateful threacherous cowl- I know well how you feel says Maureen for Id give the whole world to say three words to Bob Broderick that ye tell me that out of grief for me has never kept company with any other girl till this day But thatll never be she says because I must stop here tilt the Day of Judgment and then I must go to says she beginning to cry but if you get out youll bear a message to Bob for me maybe she says Its aisy to talk about going out but how can it be done asked Darby Theres a way says Maureen wiping her big gray eyes but it may take years First you must know that the Good People can never put their charm on any one who is willing to come with them Thats why you came safe Then again they cant work harm in the daylight and after cockcrow any mortal eye can see them plain nor can they harm anyone who has a sprig of holly nor pass over a leaf or twig of holly because thats Christmss bloom Well theres a certain evil word for a charm that opens the side of the mountain and I will try to find it out for you Without that word all the armies of the world couldnt get out or in But you must be patient aid wise and wait11 I will so with the help of God says DarbyAt words Maureen gave a terrible screechCruel man she cried dont you know that to say pious words to one of the Good People or to one under their black charm is like cutting him with a knifeThe next night she came to Darby againWatch yerself now she says for tonight theyre goin to lave the door of the mountain open to thry you and if you stir two steps outside theyll put the comeither on you she says Sure enough when Darby took his walk down the passage after supper as he did every night there the side of the mountain lay wide open and no one in sight The temptation to make one rush was great but he only looked out a minute and went whistling back down the passage knowing well that a hun dred hidden eyes were on him the while For a dozen nights after it was the same At another time Maureen said The King himself is going to thry you hard the day so beware She had no sooner said the words than Darby was called for and went up to the King Darby my sowl says the King in a sootherin way have this noggin of punch A betther never was brewed its the last well have for many a day Im going to set you free Darby Gill thats what I am Why King says Darby putting on a mournful face how have I offended ye No offense at all says the King only were depriving you No depravity in life says Darby I have lashins and lavings to ate and to drink and nothing but fun an diversion all day long Out in the world it was nothing but work and trouble and sick ness disappointment and care But Bridget and the childher says the King giving him a sharp look out of halfshut eyes Oh as for that King says Darby its aisier for a widow to get a husband or for orphans to find a father than it is for them to pick up a sovereign a day The King looked mighty satisfied and smoked for awhile without a word Would you mind going out an even in now and then helpiu the boys to mind the cows he asked at last Darby feared to thrust himself outside In their company Well I tell ye how it is replied my brave Darby Some of the neighbors might see me and spread the report on me that I am with the fairies and thatd disgrace Bridget and the childher he saysThe King knocked the ashes from his pipe Youre a wise man besides being the height of good company says he and its sorry I am you didnt take me at my word for then we would have you always at laste till the Day of Judgment whenbut thats naytber here or nor there Howsomever well bother you about it no more From that day they tbrated him as one of their own It was one day five months after that Maureen plucked Darby by the coat and led hint off to a lonely spot Ive got the wordshe says Have you faith I What is it says Darby all of a thremble Then she whispered a word so blasphemous so irreligious that Darby blessed himself When Maureen saw him mak ing the sign she fell down in a fit the holyemblem hurt so poor child Three 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Darbys house and in through the win dow where its end lay convaynient to his hand A little pull on the twine would drag the stray piece of holly into the gap and close tight the outside ring It was a trap you see When the fairies walked in through the gap the twine was to be pulled and so they were to be made prisoners between the two rings of holly They couldnt get into Darbys house because the circle of holly nearest the house was so tight that a fly couldnt get through without touching the blessed tree or its wood Likewise when the gap in the outer wreath was closed they couldnt get out again Well anyway these things were hardly fin ished and fixed when the dusky brown of the hills warned the neighbors ol twi light and they scurried like frightened rabbits to their homes Only one amongst them all had cour age to sit inside Darbys house waiting the dreadful visitors and that one was Bob Broderick What vengence was in store couldnt be guessed at all at all only it was sure that it was to be more terrible than any yet wreaked on mortal manNot in Darbys house alone was the terror for in their anger the Good People might lay waste the whole parish The roads and fields were empty and silent in the darkness Not a window glimmered with light for miles around Many a blaggard who hadnt said a prayer for years was now down on his narrow bones familythumpingPather and Aves In Darbys quiet house against which the cunning the power and the fury of the Good People would first break you cant think of half the suffering of Brid get and the childher as they lay huddled together on the settle bed nor of the sthrain on Bob and Darby who sat smok ing their dudeens and whispering anx iously together For some rayson or other the Good People were long in coming Ten oclock struck then eleven afther that twelve and not a sound from the outside The silence and the no sign of any kind had them all just about crazy when suddenly there fell a sharp rap on the doorMillia murther whispered Darby were in for it Theyve crossed the two rings of holly and are at the door itselfThe childer begunto cry and Bridget said her prayers out loud but no one answered the knock Rap rap rap on the door then a pause V God save all herecried a queer voice from the outside Now no fairy would say God save all hereso Darby took heart and opened the door Who should be standing there but Sheelah Maguire a spy for the Good People So angry were Darby and Bob that they snatched her within the thresh old and before she knew it they had her tied hand and foot wound a cloth around her mouth and rouled her under the bed Within the minute a thousand rustling voices sprung from outside Through the window in the clear moonlight Darby marked weeds and grass beidg trampled by invisible feet beyond the farthest ring of holly tSuddenly broke a great cry The gap in the first ring was found Signs were plainly seen of uncountable feet rushing through and spreading about the nearer wreath After that a howl of madness from the little inen and women Darby had pulled his twine and the trap was closed with five thousand of the Good People entirely at his mercy Princes princesses dukes dukesses earls carlesses and all the qualityof Sleivena mon were prisoners Not more than a dozen of the last to come escaped and they flew back to tell the king For an hour they raged All the bad names ever called to mortal man were given free but Darby said never a word Pickpocket sheep stayler mur tberin thafe of a blaggard were the softest words trun at him By an by howsomever as it begun to grow near to cockcroW their talk grew a great dale civiler Then came beggin pladin promisin and enthratin but the doors of the house still stayed shut an its windows down Patty soon Darbys old rooster Terry came down from his perch yawned an flapped his wings a few times At that the terror and the screechln of the Good People would have melted the heart of a stone Alt of a sudden a fine clear voice rose from beyant the crowd The king had come The other fairies grew still listening uYe murtherin thafe of the world11 says the king grandly what are ye doiii wid my people Keep a civil tongue in per head Brian Connor says Darby sticking his head out the window for Im as good a manu you any day says Darby At that minute Terry the cock flapped his wings and mowed In a flash there sprang into full view the crowd of Good People duke earls princes quality and commoners with their ladles jammed thick together about the rouse every one of them with his head thrown back bawHng and crying and tears as big M pigeon eggs roulicg down Lie cheeks A few JtawaY cna straw pile futhe barnyardstood the king his gold crown tilted on the side of hilJaetld hiei long reenc1Olabout him and liU rod in his hand bat tremblin all over In the middle of the crowd but tower lUlLhigh above them all hood Maureen McGibuey in her cloak of greets aal goold her purty brown hair fella down iH oil her shoulders an she the1 Crafty viUalncryinanY bawlini an abusin Darby with the best of them Whatll you have an let them go says the king First an foremost says Darby take yer spell off that slip of a girl there an send her into the house In a second Maureen was standing inside the door her both arms about Bobs neck and her head on his collar boneWhat they said to rich other and what they done in the way of embraciu1 an kissin an cryin I wont take time in telling you Next says Darby send back Rosie and the pigs- I expected that says the King And at those words they raw a black bunch coming through the air in a few seconds Rosie and the three pigs walked into the stable Now says Darby promise in the tame of Ould Nick tis by him the Good People swear never to moil nor meddle again with any one or anything from this parish The king was fair put out by this Howsomever lie saidat last You ongrateful scoundhrel in the name of Ould Nick I promise So far so goodsays Darby but the worst is yet to come Now you must ralayse from your spell every soul youve stole from this parish and besides you must send me ten thousand pounds in gooldWell the king gave a roar ofanger that was heard in the next barony Ye highhanded hardhearted rob ber he says Ill never consent he says PJase yerself says Darby I see Father Cassidy comin down the hedge he says an he has a prayer for ye all in his book thatll burn ye up like wisps of sthraw of he ever catches ye here says Darby With that the roaring and bawling was pitiful to hear and in a few minutes a bag with ten thousand goold sovereigns in it was trun at Darbys threshold and fifty people young an some of them ould flew over an stood beside the King Some of them had spent years with the fairies Their relatives thought them dead an burled They were the Lost Ones from that parish With that Darby pulled the bit of twine again opening the trap and it wasnt long until every fairy was gone The green coat of the last one was hardly out of sight when sure enough who should come up but Father Cassidy his book in his hand lIe looked at the fifty people who had been with the fairies standiu there the poor crathures tremblin an wondherin an afeared to go to their homes Darby tould him what had happened Ye foolish man says the priest you could have got out every poor prisoner thats locked Sleivenamou let alone those from this parish Would yer Reverence have me let out the Corkonians the Connaught men and the Fardowns Task ye he says hotly When Mrs Malowfiey thcre goes home and finds that Tim has married the Widow Hogan yeH say I let out too many even of this parish Imthinkln IIDut says the priest ye might have got ten thousand pounds for aich of us If aich had ten thousand pounds what comfort would I have in being rich asked Darby again To enjoy well being rich there should be plenty of poor says Darby God forgive ye ye selfish man says Father Cassidy Theres another rayson besides It sa- ysDarbI never got better nor friendlier thratement than I had from the Good People An the divil a hair of their heads Id hurt more than need be he saysISome way or other the king heard of this saying an was so mightily pleased that next night a jug of the finest poteen was left at Darbys door After that indade manys the winter night when the snow lay so heavy that no neighbor was stlrrin and whin Bridget and the childher were in bed Darby sat by the fire a noggin of hot punch in his hand argying an getting news of the whole world= A little man with a goold crown on his head a green cloak on his back and one foot thrown over the other sat ferninst him by the hearth HAYING FRIENDS Having friends is strengthening ones heart against trial it is giving it means of rising more easily to God Afriend is a conductor which carries off sorrow Nothing is so healing as the balm of af fection But friends must be won Being loved for ones self alone isa romantic dream God makes advances fowln friends why should not we Character doubtless has much to do with friendship affording more or less sym pathy but efforts complete What sym+ pathy has begun to have friends merit them WHEN IN TROUBLE i i How much sufferingapd sorrow would e avoided if we would only go to the Sacred Heart with our troubles =go with childlike confidence and ask for the help and grace we need Ha has promised to help ns and his promise never falls If poverty iis our lot He will help us to bear it and make it helpful to our eternal salvation If we are suffering from sick fleas He will teach us how to gain graces by bearing it with resignation In a word He will cnreaUi041r ills and turn darkness into light antisorrow into joy You love my daughter ejaculated the old man Love tied exclaimed the young fel low passionately whysir I would die forcer For the softglance front those sweet eyes I would fall myselfl from yon der cliff and perish upon the rocks two hundred feet below The old luau shook di1shea- dIm t a bit Oa UK ffiyMlf beemarked and one it enough for a small family like mineaEmperor William jrtu not allow attack on any religion recognised by the kw in hh empire i 0- r HINTS ON STYLE Brochee moiisseline is one of the fash ionable fabrics for evening gowns An odd fancy in skirt trimming is I thread velvet ribbon through button holed slits in the material Heavy lace boleros with sleeves are worn with untrimmed silk waists and can be bought in the shops all ready for use A dotted black net over white chiffon and white taffeta trimmed with black Chantilly lace insertion makes a very stylish gown A delicate perfume for the gown is made by dropping a little lavender into boiling water and holding the garment over the steam Velvets dotted all over with white pin spots are very much employed for street gowns made up very simply with a short blouse coat Velvet gowns in red brown blue green and black have put in an appearance already for street costumes as well as reception costumes Mirror velvets are said to be crowding out the popular panne for many pur poses but the latter has its specific uses and is not to be ousted Bands of black and white cloth trim a red cloth costume The collar extends across the back shaping up a little nar rower directly in the center Fancy buttons are seen on some of the new gloves and if you would have the modish thing wear gun metal colored suede gloves with rhinestone buttons with your black gown Oldfashioned cameos set in gold make a stylish belt pin a brooch for the neck or a scarf clasp one or all Cameo brace lets are transformed this way produc ing three useful articles The modish treatment for the pale tan and light brown tints in some kind of white trimming It may be embroidery fancy braid silk bands or velvet but white is the thing to have One pretty novelty of the season is the umbrella handle with tips to match in a pretty case For Christmas gifts those are certainly out of the ordinary while they have the advantage fo being useful as well Allwhite weddings have perhaps been the leading fad so far this season but varied objections to this fancy have come to the front recently One of them is that the bride is not so distinctive a figure with the bridesmaids all in white as she would be otherwise There seems to be no limit to the pos sibilities of combining lace net mousse line silk and velvet in one gown A few applications of white lace sometimes add variety to the decorated surface and again white lace insertions are used in striping lines from neck to hem on a black Chantilly lace gown WHOLE WORLD On the side of Loch Lomond in Scot land dwells an old man who never until recently had been prevailed upon to climb BenLomond the hill which has been before his eyes during a long life When he got to the top of the eminence his delight knew no bounds Eh monlhesaidI with evident pride in his exploit but the worlds a big place when you come to see the whole of itt HOLIDAY MEMORIES Memories of past Christmas days will come to those gathered around tables this month and as the old people tell of the wonderful events of days now long gone by many a youth will sigh as he thinks they are not half so fine now Let him bide his time for in future days he will make the young sigh for the glories which he will describe And so it will run on generation after generation EQUALLY PRACTICAL But can you keep house he asked doubtfully for he was above all things a practical man If you get a house and put it in my name she replied promptly Ill keep it all right enough Matters being thus satisfactorily settled their engagement was anuounced WHERE YOU LAUGH We have heard of an economical man who always takes his meals in front of a mirror He does this to double the dishes If this is not philosophy we should like to know what is I Why Pat said the Squire meeting an old servant whom he believed to be dead I heard you were dead and buried years agol Begorra sorr replied Pat so did I but I didnt believe it The following conversation took place between some soldiers in the Dublins after the battle of Cotenso First Soldier Oh my poor hand is destroyed for ever Second SoldFer Arraihl bad manners to you Look at poor Johnny there with his head blown away and he is not saying a word Huggins is you name eh said the Magistrate to the defendant who was a trifle deaf Married or single Mar= iedV replied the defendant in a low voice Hml Whats your excuse for icing drunk Speak loudeijISAY Im arriedthe defendant shouted this time Ahl Thats sufficient excuse Im married myself Discharged I want to know cried the irate vis itorwhether that item of yours in regard to me is an intentional slur or merely ditorial Mtinlnity What are you talking about my dear sir and who are Oftanyws yukedth editor Tot Dr Killlam and I refer to your an nouns meet of the sudden thuds of the Ion John Jones iin which you yiMr Jonas is iri greflt danger DrKilliamhu- bee called In n Stir all Miuces with aa wooden spooo until they thicken and begin to leave the fides tthepati Add flavoring ceucctt after taking the pot from the fire s rrFFEEFRESH Remember if you buy your Coffee from me you will get a Coffee that is selected for its fine drinking qualities roasted strictly dry No glaze or greasy substance put in to make it weigh My dry roast retains all the aroma of the Coffee and makes it pleasant Y and agreeable tto the taste and truly beneficial t 2 12 Ibs Coffee SOc 0 JOHN M MULLOY WTctC+ + HIT ITIITTT TTTTTT TTTI IT TTTT T T T TIT T T T T T T Fidelity Trustand Safety Vault Co 2O621O FIFTH STREET 1 CAPITAL 1000000 SURPLUS 700000 John Stites President C J Meddis Asst Supt R E Dept John W Barr Vice President John T Malone Second Vice Presidt James C Mahon Secretary Joshua F Speed Treasurer Trevor H Whayne Supt R E Dept C R Richards Supt of Vault 11 H H H M m +M M IM+ U tHHrH HENRY EGNERDEALER IN CHOICEI+ Groceries Fresh Meats Vegetablesv N W COR SIXTEENTH AND MADISON STS HOlidaySpecialties SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT To the Ladies Auxiliaries of Louisville IrishAmerican Societies I respectfully invite your inspection of a new and Varied assortment of orlleiSpecialJTHEf LOUISVILLE PICTURER fRAM8SUPPLY GOMPAN 246 East Market Street Louisville Ky D Z KAUFFMAN PROPRIETO LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE 421Z HtIHK 1lulH II1ht111I i1IIItHI 1 HH 1H HHI IH + I ADAM BALKV DEALER IN CHOICE n f lf CANDIES NUTSI AND ORANGES Northeast Corner Ninth and Jefferson Streets If BEST OP WINES DEER LIQUORS CIGARS AND TOBACCOS IHlXXIIHHHHIH+HHI+H IHHH1 HH+IIH+HIHI+H HHIH HI SHFAX6flf1NGL 330 3FMiTrr STReeTj LOUIS WABNITZ MANAGER 01 M M SHEA PROPRIETOR H HHI 1 +1 IHHHHoH1i 11iItI1 x IiIffHIIHIi1 J WHEN YOU VI- SITLIMERICK CALL UPON I John Hickey SEVENTH AND OAK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out SCHUCK WYMAN SALOONPOOL and BOWLING ALLEYS lNortheast Ceraer EIghie HtK lad Walaut hlngrcoodC CHAS SCHUC SIXTH AND WALNUT File Wiries t liquors Hbt Jlunch day and BIG FOUR ROUT T- OIttdianapoli Peoria CHICAGAND INDIANA and S MICBIG BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE No 218 Fourth Ave SI GATe XyWARRRN GPAifWMArkCINCINNATI 60 VEARS- EXPERIENC TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anroneendrnaaeketehanddescrl 0 liiTontlrn eeprobablr naICTItALl4 NCO 5- alitaudbonkartl r lloni Mrlotiy f r lontfroe Oi1taancrforsocotini i it fir Patents taken through Mann A co i Scfetttffic flmerjj- A v tmndfoniel Hlnitratrui wccl matron of unffclomiun Jonnj arw four montha l ttol M NNN Co cb 0- a1cqpiwfl jUjju iY III Z mn J WYJ mHt Y Jre In r i tiuran t AT tin flFI LOUISVILLES GREATEST STORE rj This Pretty Sterling Silver Comb and Brush 9Each set In a neat box we will sell at a the very low price of 164r Remember there are only a limited number of these and perhaps theyll be 18 dayWee entire line of drummers samples from one of the leading New theIterest every housekeeper Sterling Silver Coffee Spoons50CAtom Atomizers 33e For BohemIan Glass AtomIzers In all colors and pretty shapes 4OC For extra tine Atomizers all pret ty shapes and colors netcovered ball QJQ For fancy Atomizers with stander Other fancy Atomizers at 9Sc J124 149 JI Bohemian Glass Powder Boxes at 49c V 68c 71c 890 135 L1 Health Comforts Merrltts Health Comforts In 104 sizes IDlingcheese48readyextralargoqualitytacke1 roay or use prlce348Xmas Handkerchiefs for Men 12IcFor Mens Fino Cambric Hem Initial Handkerchiefs or 6 In box 75c same la alllinen 25c or 6 In box JL25 2Sc For fine Quality JlQmstitched Silk embroidered AT AN Id z 4oannounce to the public that 1 iam again in business at the old stand of Hubbuch Bros 110G1108 West Mar Set street where I have an entirely new ahdarefully elected stock o- fWall Rugs nee Etc Etc y Jong experience in business fstilleS the belief that I know how to cet the requirements of the people 13 cordially my old and listbriiers to call on me oS8phHubbuchSr 11061108 W Mar- ketYNGHA TINMRLILU 15 flay Saturday OUR BIG SHOE DEPARTMENT I LADIES GIRLS AND BOYS SHOES Holiday crowds are making our big Shoe Department a convenient stopping place And why not Our chic styles in Womens Cloth FeltartdQuilted Slippers Nullifiers and Jullettes the natty lines of Mens Slippers In big assortment offer a temptation hard to resist You are undoubtedlyloojdng for an ap propriate Xmas presentrthen see our own in Holiday Footwear for the home For the Street we suggest our For the Girls our 248 Womens Mannish Bootmade in lace welt stock tips 198 Street Boot made with the 2lift heellace patent tip 19 solesOr1 148 Womens Boots These are exceptional values 124 Good Valuemade for heavy and light wear Boys SchoolShoes at 148 Little Gents Serviceable Shoes at 124 SPECIALWomens Felt Nullifiers handsewn 68c e I Our Extensive E Comfort DeptWhite Honeycomb Bed Spreads in beautiful floral patterns 50eWehave just received afull line of Allwool California Blankets in white hemmed ready for use worth 750 our price large sizes 124 beautiful solid colored borders of pink blue red 00floralWhite Honeycomb Bed Spreads in large sizes in very pretty Homemade Comforts in full sizes made of fancy colored Madras Cloth up our to price date patterns hemmed ready for use worth Si75 t 25on one ng side and Figured Red Calico on the other good cotton 1 98 exquisiteThefloral ets in sizes in colored borders of pink blue and J 50edgesI Allwool California Blankets in 124 sizes colors white gray and 98ourpricei Mens FxirriisKingf Goods For XmasFor Mens Fine Imported Pure Silk Sox latest coloring 3 pair in a 2SChair ends9Cbox for 276 up3UtAi Q p 1 Mens High grado Novelties Silk Teck Ties In large assortment 240blackMens All wool Customtailored Jersey Office Coats in 50For colorings put up one In box and navy blue wool75CFor Mens Sllk lined Quilted Oxford Mufflers put up one in aav ooFor Mens Full Large Blanket Bath Robes handsome colors 75C boxJPIL1t qualities up to 800 d i Mens Flue Quality Silk Large Size Harvard put up e rd 0Just receivedanother lot of those handsome Thistle Down Night P 1 ooFor in a boxa1n P 1 for men sold everywhere for 160 Rugs Lace andI I ff For a Handsome Moquette Rug size 27x63 in beautiful soft flQfr For a Three Panel Screen 5 feet high In mahogany and oak PI rich colorings regular 250 values VO For a Beautiful Smyrna Rug size 3 feet by 6 feet regular C GQ For il Jhree Panel Screen 5 feet high filled with dainty color 200 priceedsllkoHnes Per pair for 334 and 4 yd Lace Curtains 56 and 60 inches 4 50For the latest style of Combination Fur Rugs in black bear 3 00 wide in elegant designs finished with strong button hole edge fawn colored in animal shape size 30x63 inches cheap 9fished pair for Satin Finished Damask Portieres 3 yards long fin at 500 I 1 with heavy tassel fringe top and bottom For a Three Panel Screen 3 feet high filled with silkoline Per Pair fr Hfiavy Ottoman Ribbed Portieres in all shades 69c t 298 finished with heavy tassel fringe top and bottom J J and 4th MARKET STREET 3d and Bet and MARKET STREET 3d and vNvvNrIrlrlN rlrlM yyV YJNrlrlN iGlJYrlrlNNGrrlVN vNGrGrrlGrNVilNarNNrlYrfIi yrl rrIrI llll yrrIrIilawiINrrI N YJiYrIlrfuVrfrIrlrIrh VYllNNiiU Paper the Invite friends ideas extra Muffler Bet Yrtlrl IN FRANKFORT Y MII Elects Officers and the Ladles Auxiliary Arrang ing For a Ball Special KentuckyIrish FRANKFORT KY Dec 1SOJ Sun day afternoon last the regular annual election of officers of Lambert Young Council Young Mens Institute 161 was held and more interest shown in the outcome oftbe election than in any previous one for the past several years which was in a great part doubtless due to the phenomenal increase In member ship during the past five months The first of last July the council had a membership of only twentyseven but now has almost reached seventy and each week marks new additions and applications for admission Their handsome club rooms in the Mason R Hoge buildingcorner St Clair and Main streets have been undergoing a complete remodeling during the past month and when completed will doubtless be the handsomest in Central Kentucky The followings a list of the elected for the ensuing year S Major President D J Mc amara First Vice President Geo B Saleader Second Vice President John R Sower Recording rtaryowenTCantyT- reaaurerohnAnrialab Financial SecreUry F DWeltul- CorretipondlnghCretalJSOwmJj r Marshal John H LutkemeJer SentiB l Wi A Dowa y Outside SentinelLambertNexma- nntiveCommltfetJ 1 P Henley James HeeneyCIWj itzlJecided to recommend the ineuforCoundlDep uty and his appointment will be for warded to Grand President J J Luby at Lexington for confirmation in a few days The officers are among the best and most progressive young businessmen of the city and the Y M I in Frankfort will doubtless prosper under administration during the year 1002 The newly elected officers will be installed the first Sunday in January and immediately following the installation the members will be entertained at a banquet by the officerselect An interesting meeting of the Young Ladies Auxiliary to Lambert Young Council was held at the Y M I Hall last Friday evening A large number of the members were present and much business was discussed which was the proposed grand mask ball for December 31 It was finally decided to give the ball on that date and the fol lowing committee was appointed to have charge of the arrangements for same Miss Jennie Sullivan Chairman Maggie Gobber Katie Schroff Margaret Berberich Katie Dolan Friends Iron all over Kentucky will be in Frankfort during the holidays and a very pleasant time anticipated On Thursday evening December 20 the next euchre will be given by Y M L 161 which will be followed by one each weekunti Lent begins The series will close withfour after Easter during April About thirty two couples are taking part which will be augmented after Christmas DJ M NEW PASTORS RESIDENCE The congregation of the Name tkurch Ilendarton Xyare erecting for the pastor ltev3SJ Lynch The foundation Is completed and the reawluder of hew9tkWllf be deferred tillnext Spring c LEXINGTON M L Name Officers For Next Year and Expect to Enjoy- Themselves Special to the Kentucky Irish American1 LEXINGTON KY Dec 13On Sunday afternoon fast Barry Council Young Mens Institute 144 held their regular annual election of officers to serve during the ensuing year There was a very large attendance of the members and a lively interest was evinced in the balloting for the various officers The officerselect will be installed the first Sunday in January at which time a feast will be enjoyed by the membera and newly elected Council has elegant quarters in the Operahouse block on North Broadway occupying two Soars and is In a flourish- Ing condition Having received many new additions to their membership during the past few months The officers selected are among the most popular andwell young business men in the city The following were theofcersselected- PresidentJohn E Fitzgerald First Vice President Rich J Colbert Second Vice President William j NortonRecording Secretary James J OBrien Corresponding Secretary Thomas A Shannon Financial Secestary James McGur- kTreasurerJ in Grant Marshal Job i H Danahy Inside Sentimil Bernard Wallace 4 Outside Guar Joseph Bourgeoisl Executive Cot ntitteeJohn J Woods Chairman Mik Dowd James T McCarty MJlrf y John F limes JFoleyThe counciittheLadlesAurdliry u propose giving several entertainments dunng the winter months Euchres dances and a pleasant social season is an ticipated SIMPAK SIMONI i I SELECT DANCE Division 4 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will give a select dance at Liederkrauz Hall Sixth and Walnut streets Friday evening January 24 The committee in charge to make this one of the swellest affairs of the sea son and if they only get the support of the younger Hibernians in Jefferson county it will be an assured success They have also arranged a pleasant fea ture for the older members and those who do not trip the light fantastic The bowling alley in the basement will be in charge of one of the committee and the receipts from that source will go to the Division so that everyone will be given an opportunity of helping along the cause The Committee of arrangements are John J Barry John J Grogan Michael J Hartnett Mel Shaughnessy and William Miller C K OP A MEETINO St Patricks Branch No 21 Catholic Knights of America will hold their regular meeting tomorrow afternoon in their hall at Thirteenth and A full attendance is desired A report is to be made from the Central Committee on the method of assisting old members or the disposition of the fund raised for that purpose Officers for the ensuing year are to be elected and plans for in creasing the membership will bedJs cussed After boiling a ham let itt cool iri the water in which nit was cooked This helps to make it more tasty moist an4- Leader The sanerule applies to tongue and corned beef collar Ladies UnderwearCottony Ladles fine Fleece Union Onelta style DOc tor35cLadles extra heavy Cotton Fleecelined Suits Onelta style fancy silk 75c tor50c Ladles extra fine and heavy yloeca Union Suits Onelta style fl for Ol Hosiery Chatelaine Bags GETTING IN SHAPE Executive Boards Officers Confirmed by Aldermen Mayor Grainger sent his nominations to the Board of Aldermen last Tuesday evening all being unanimously con firmed except R Lee who barely pulled through with twothirds vote four members voting against him were as follows Board of WorksJohn H Wel ler John H Phelps John W Vreeland Board of Safety Edward T Tierney Harry M Brennan R Lee SuterCity Bishop Comptroller Samuel Wilhite Gas Inspector Henry Hoertz Assessor Murphys report gave the assessed taxable property at 127 600000 Mr Murphy recommends that the Legislature be petitioned to the law governing city taxation and erection of buildings Mayor Grainger sent in his first veto disapproving contract binding the city to buy its from the Kentucky Vitri fied Brick Paving Company bolding the city sbouid be free to purchase iin the open market- A resolution authorizing the Mayor to purchase and distribute 10000 bushels of coal to the poor was passed The Council session was a busy ones number of resolutions and ordinances presented and referred The of Safety appointed Major Sebastian Guntber Chief of Police and Patrick Ridge Assistant Chief reorganizes the police force I reap 3 F Ir Dressing SaCqUes i 7 = redrrEiderdown Dressing Sncquo In golM blue heliotrope gray or fancy tripe outing cloth full front bell sleeves finished all around with crochet edge t74eGood quality Eiderdown Dressing Sacque a blue red or gray tnrndown finished with ir Extra Eiderdown Dressing Sacque front the bottom collar and sleeren eJ trimmed with satin ribbon and tfjl 124crochet edge i Egyptian Ilned Hults cream or gray regular quality Egyptian Union crochet regular quality extra lIned perfect fitting cream or gray quality Ladies Suter City City J City a brick brick Capt i In quality 1 Ladles fine Maco Cotton Hose double heels and toes In plain black and fancy regular 25o quality for ILadles extra sue Last Black Allwool mere Hose double soles heels and regular ties quality for lAdies extra tine Cotton and all the newest patterns stripe figure dotsQand fancy silk embroldered49c ehapee49e pockqt 24e IDags15eBACONS BACON SONSI BACONS3d Bet 4th MARKET STREET 3d 4th Bet 4th vwYrlN GrrlNYJGrN VNrlrlllrlrlNrlll Yrf IWI1M Stand Carpets Curtains BlanKet popularU Curtains Portieres DOINGS officers ChaplainRev Thos Inside known their able among Misses Holy a- newrwldence Yt Letter officers Barry known intend Market and They Public Public BuyerFred amend joint being Board tofillvaciniceStilUhe 98ethearound regular soleI toea35ci Womans Crowning Glory IS A HOAD OP Beautiful Hair F4lr treun malmprl1l ralaaut Mad bsuty dtwi uolt aIagta kilt i It It every ones duty to be attract- Ive Ila peraonal appearance True in both Social and Business fife an estimate Is often made of you at j the first lance Therefore be tidy don t hue your shoulders covered with Dandruff and Falling Hair betides befog untidy It leads to llaldnear flairBatDihRemoves Dandruff andthus prevents Baldness It restores natural health and vigor to the hair and b scalp If Paid Jdinoepas the one absolutely trustworthy ttm edy for restoring your hair A depend ab preparationYou deeds of people you know are using It Oct it of your Druggist or write us BALDIKC MAN FACTUfUNQ CO 200 WWARKST ST LOW8VILLE KY 0 RBNZ DRUG CO DISTRIBUTERS poiutment of Chief William ttUrviuJwaalso been decided upone J Q- f t