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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r r I ii R w o 7 I pI 1 ipTuciiy lnlVOLH lffIlLNO 1 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JANUARY If 1002 PRICE FiVE CENTS L LOUISVILLES LI3GISLATORS i Senator H S McNutt I +e + Herman D Newcomb IRepresentative S Representative John M tetterle I IIItepresentaliveJahn I Young Representative Lawrence Reichert I LABOR BAZAR 0 Will Open at Music Hall Next Monday Night Week For the past two weeks members of the Central Labor Union have been perfecting arrangements for the labor bazar which opens Monday night January 13 at Music Hall and continues all the week The recently formed ladles auxiliary will have charge of a number of handsomely decorated booths where will be displayed for sale articles of nearly every descrip Lion A unique feature will be the Ger wan village which will be patterned after one of the famous resorts in Germany at the suggestion of James Dougherty of the Printers Union There will be attractions each evening and a concert by Ludwigs orchestra Tuesday night will be for the press and fraternal societies the others being divided among the different unions Chairman Moore of the Salesmens Union has labored very hard for this affair which should prove most successful The funds realized will be used to defray expenses incurred in securing legislation from the General Assembly that has long been demauded for the workingmen of Kentucky e 1 DENTE NEW FIELD Michael J Burke for several years credit man with J M Robinson Norton Co wholesale dry goods house has entered the insurance field as special r agent for the State Mutual Life Assur ance COmpany of Worcester Mass bring associated with Will Colgan gen eral agent for Kentucky Mike has a Host of friends many of whom will be glad to give him tbk patronage and at the sane tine provide for those whom thY u lIOBIethneJeavebehhK1 The Kentucky IrWi American Commends I him to nil iU rcadent c HOLf RELICS Bones of St Magnus and St Bonpsa Received Hero V I Tuesday I 1 Martyrs Who Were Put tq Death by the Order of Nero Will Bo Deposited Under the Altars of St Martins Church ALSO BLOOD OF MARTYRED SAINTS Last Tuesday the remains of two Cath olic martyrs who sacrificed their lives for Christianity and met death under the Roman Emperor Nero in the year 255 A D were received here from Rome the boxes containing them being first opened at the office of the Surveyor of the Port by Monsignor Zabler of St Martins church to whom they were consigned in the presence pf Surveyor Barnett Deputies Cureton and Guffy and other officials and newspaper reporters These holy relics had been sent to Monsiguor Zabler rector of St Martins church Shelby and Gray stteets who secured them through the aid of friends in Rome who had them sent here to be deposited beneath the altars in St Mar tins The remains are those of St Magnus a Roman centurion who em braced Christianity while a member of the Emperors army and St Bonosa a Roman Virgin The hanes had been for more than 1400 years in the catacombs of Rome whence they were taken and deposited in the vaults of the Convent of Agnani near Rome about 200 years ago Less than a year ago the Italian Govern ment issued an edict suppressing this convent and as the nuns had to move from the country they were obliged to make some disposition of the relics that lay in the vaults of their church It was then that Father Zibler put himself in communication with his friends at Rome and managed to secure the relics The members of St Martins church regard themselves as particularly fortun ate in beinglpble to get the relics There QPLzin feYk t aUs es have the bolies of one or more saints deposited beneath their altars though according to ecclesiastical law all churches should when possible contain some sacred relics The bones were packed with exceptional care and Father Zabler inspected their several coverings very closely About the time the bones were shipped he sent a messen ger to Surveyor of the Port Barnett asking that he might be allowed to be present when the box was opened and the seal broken Mr Barnett compliedl with his request and yesterday allowed Father Zabler to break the Papal seal himself The bones came in two small receptacles each a little than two feet long and about ten tare square On eachieceptacle was the name of the saint whose bones it contained Both were contained in a closefitting wooden box which was itself surrounded by a box of zinc This fitted into a large wooden box The red Papal seal was upon the lids of each box and up6n the knots of the cords binding the boxes together These were also carefully pre served by Father Zabler In each receptacle with the bones was a china bottle which once contained the blood of the langJrfes were once filled with it Special services will be held at St Martins church when the remains of the two saints are deposited beneath the altars The bones of St Magnus will be placed beneath the altar of St Joseph and the bones of St Bonosa will be placed beneath the altar of the Blessed Virgin With the bones were certificates in Latin as to their genuineness The time for these services willbe set by Bishop McCloskey and they will be very elaborate and impressiveI4 PATRICK A COLLINS I A Poor Irish Boys Struggle to Success and Position Patrick Andrew Collins Mayorelect of Boston was born in Fermoy County Cork Ireland March 12 1844 andwhen four years old was brought to this country by his widowed mother The family settled in Chelsea Mast and when only twelve years of age the boy began to earn money ins Chelsea shop and later as office boy for a Boston lawyer When thirteen he was taken to Ohio where he engaged in physical and mechanical labor of the hardest kind Returning to Boa ton he worked for eight years at the trade Upholsterer until following his ambition to become a llawyer he entered the office of James N Keith and finally tooca two years course in the Harvard law school front which he was graduated with high honors in 1871 when he was duly admitted to the Suffolk bar ills oratedeal gifts early woni him reputation and while yet a student at 1wJae WM Cl t ftoti kaeMehMeetta JltiM b- p1saeyRej where b s nr d through 16 and 1899 sadini 1970 and 1871 be was a member of the Senate In 1873 and 1874 he was Chairman of the Boston Democratic City Committee in 1876 Tie IIwas made Judge Advocate General on I heIwasDemocratic conventions of 1876 1880 vcrmanentChairmanl made a great speech seconding the nomi resiIdencyI i I 1882 and was twice reelected From 1884 to 1894 he was Chairman of the MasI sacbusetts Democratic State Committee In 1893 be was appointed by President Cleveland to be United States Consul General at London in which position he served until 1897 U EDWARD J DALTON Reappointed Supervisor of Gasoline Lights For Another rm I Among the appointments under the new city administration none were more popular than the appointing of Edward I J Dalton as Supervisor of Gasoline Lights the position which he filled so acceptably Ed Dalton is favorably known by a large circle of friends who are gratified at his success and its ap preciation by the city authorities Mr Dalton is a Louisville boy having lived In the East End since he was a tot He he has been commended for his courtesy and integrity as a public official Hud has added hundreds to his hosts of friends who wish him further advancement a JEEEiiQmrL I Loses Another of Its Most Prominent Catholic Citizens Augustus Ri Duble one of Jefferson villes most prominent and highly re spected citizens passed away Wednesday morning at the family residence 410 East Maple street after an HlnAs that had lasted for nearly four years He was a brotherinlaw of Messrs Edward Fitz patrick of the Times Joseph Fitzpatrick of the CourierJournal and John Fitzpatrick Jeffersonville who were with him almost constantly during the past four weeks Augustus Duble was fortytwo years pld He went to Jeffersonville from his native city Cincinnati twentyone years ago and was employed by Perin Gaff Manufacturing Company at the old Prison South as confidential clerk and bookkeeper Afterward he traveled for this firm in the South and Mexico remaining with the company until Novem ber 18 1880 Then he became bookkeeper under Gen Rufus Saxtou at the Government Depot in Jeffersonville He was frequently promoted by the successive Quartermasters Cols Robinson Hodges and Barnett He was an expert accountant and stood high with the War Department Aside from his efficiency he was exceedingly popular Gus Duble always had a kind word and never criti eked anybody He came from a prominent Ohio family His mother was a relative of Gov Dennison Ohios war Governor His father was CaptJobn A Duble who in the anterebellion days was one of the leading steamboat captains on the Ohio and Mississippi rivers He died about three months ago at the age of eighty three years A brother William D Duble is manager of the Cincinnati clearinghouse and was here during the last illness of the deceased Another brother Chajles Duble lives In New Or leans Nineteen years ago Mr Duble was married in Jeffersonville tto Miss Mary Elizabeth Fitzpatrick Their mar ried life was peculiarly happy The fol lowing children are left Charles E i aged Seventeen years Raymond thirteen May six Helen Jour Carai a daughter aged five years died three years ago Mr Dubles illness originated from an accident sustained at the armory where he was engaged Iu decorating for an en tertainment for St Augustines church The funerayodk place Friday morning from St Augustines church Rev Father OConnell being the celebrant of the edbyRevL Vsthrollledblong time 1baa there been witnessed in Jeffersonville such a testimonialof n sped and esteem To the surviving rela pAthyhltheir tf tbipe CM W HUle UM whicltl tthe OTyice of God HfMuda B 1 l 11ARousb4 Two Important Quetions Pcml Jng Before Ir 8IlAmen ettiSocloi1 i r irOne That Sick amlBpath Bottc 1fits Bo Hereaftjjrf Dis- continueilji f I iMany Advocate Iteoffanlzation With Social nnitoHUU I cal Fcatu 0 a NEXT MEETING WILL Bf A HOT ONE- s The IrishAmerican J ciety held its first meeting of the year hursday night at Hiberijiali Ha1ind e sess lyes rather exciting from art finish President Nevin was in the chair and Secretary Flynn records tbfe proceed ings Owing to the at reace of large numbers of members nl rtoutine busi ness was transacted fhii beirig the last meeting uuder the presc at administra tion a review of the pa t rears work was made nearly all men ers participat ing in the discussion President Nevin in an j oquent address pointed out the great fu ire before the society and dwelt at SOD s length upon the obligation taken and hat the memo bers owe each other Jlis remarks started the ball rolling fnd those who had deserted the org tiization were roundly scored The suggestion was u ule that here after sick and death bell fits be Discon tinned the society here fter to be pf a social and political lUaracter This proposition has many suf porters mainly because of the lack of iutrest taken by members who beloiiRilo other and stronger benevolent i j organizations Among the speakers were Messrs Thomas Tarpey Will Lawler Mike Francis W M Murphy Pat Grogau and Tim Lyons While others waited a larger meeting before expressittrf their opinions upon tbQ future policy tt he society At the next meeting Thursday night January 10 time annual ll ctiou of officers wilUbe held after whicl the foregoing propositions will be t d upon This should bring out everyfjt emberand the utcauotis are tuat tne 11i iedtngs vIIlt be the most lively for inkny a day The present officers favor a ttbauge through out in fact a reorganizatjpn This society has had itMtips and downs with opposition from wBMu and from without but the mewb are not dis couraged It isthelnt tan when the new officers are Installed enforce the laws upon all and those do not comply with them will be si Rimarily fired The ritual will also be a fcemplified more frequentlyThose who h tve application should summit their I tsatthe next meeting in order that a angements may be made for a grand nitiaion in the near future All who ave at anytime been members are inv ed to the next meeting which will be hot one YOUNG CONGRESSMAN How He Planned and Won His CampaJgn olver the Polltlcl te Representative John f Feely of Chicago who beat the real Republican boss Billy Lorimer in the last elec tion is the youngest member of the House ae id even youii jer than William Jennings Bryan was wh n he was elected to Congress Mr Fei ly dictated this statement regarding his method of breaking into politics I started a inoveme it for the renova don of the politics of t ty ward as they all do when they are reaking iin and after several attempts as successful in the spring of 1900 Be ng a factor I re quested the support o the party managers for the Congress onal nomination After a contest with 1 uree other candi dates I was nominated on Jnne 30 IgOO The nomination was regarded by the wise party leaders as si nply a filling out of the ticket I placed no reliance upop the politicians who hind managed or mismanaged the campaign of the past and organized a campaign Committee of young men many of wmBBT were law lhethtJet We organized and ot a personal rep fesentativeln each ofttl e214iprecincts of the district Little TaaJv assistance was received from the tttteiRntl- the campaign had to est upon the ex pendittirea of myfrien sand myself it was October 1 before received any en couragement from men bets of the p8rty outside of the yp ng men who consti tuled my campaign c HHwittoe It was generally conceded twf weeks before the election that ifwegaa fair count Ute Democratic candidate idwll1lbe Dcmocratlc itidans scoffed at the idea of a greenhorn geltij i fair eo tat Each Sunday befii the election 8i4 men were mud tnn1 law pflcei as to the workings of the cU m nwcljitKiry and taught hoW to weforf eysr trick that had t Mn kirawaB W hIStOrY o- elCtio ai1w Ji 415- Lri t iiWh1t 1 kIiOW ttIhalldJecUatrlc and I It 5 fortyeight mles llong aiul iIncludesl the great UnlotlStbCkyardstbe packiiig houses the McCprmick Reaper Works and the shops of tbe h1 goRack Island Pacific togetherwithihe most fashionable suburbs of Chicago and several towns devoted to agriculture I attribute my success in polilics first to energy good judgment and sobriety and secondly to frankness and dir ct ness in tny dealings with politicians I regard political activity asldo business activity All politicians1 know where I stand ou allquestiops Mr Feely la just twentysix years old is unmarried and lives with his threesis ters at Englewood a fashfbnable Chicago suburb GOES TO TEXAS Bright Louisville Youth Casts His Lot In the Lone Star State t Last Sunday night Jauies S McDonogh the promising young attorney bade farewell to Louisville and commenced his journey to Port Arthur Texas where he will begin the active practice of law En route lie will atop at St Louis Kan sas City and Beaumont T xRsto visit friends and schoolmates At the latter place he wilt look over the oil fields investigating the standing of some of tile companies in the interest of some local stockholders James McDonogh is sum exceptionally bright young man having graduated front St Xaviers College in this city ill 1890 carrying off the honors After leaving school he accepted n position with the Kentucky Vagon Mnnufactur big Company mid acted in the capacity SfiipP sfkrl fnrttiaEictab1hmf until September 1898 when he resigned to take up his studies at Georgetown University Law School Washington He entered the office of Hamilton Colbert the leading legal lights in the capital Who have a national as well as local reputation Mr McDouogh commenced his studies with that energy for which he is noted and took second honors in a class of 1890 He again took second honors in 1901 when be graduated there being a difference of about 310 of 1 per cent between himself and the young man carrying off first honors He successfully passed the examination and was admitted to the bar in Louisville in June 1900 before graduating He re turned to Washington and passed the ex amination for admission to the bar of the Supreme Court of the District of Column bia in December 1000 and was admitted to practive before the Court of Appeals in Washington January 4 1901 While here he read law with the Hon Matt ODbberty When he reached Washington he was acquainted with but few people but when he left there last summer he parted with as many friends as he has in Louis vill Wherever he goes Mr McDonogh is bound to make himself felt and great results may be expected from him He is universally popular and his friends iu this city wish him all success 4 MAYOR GRAINGER Made But Very Few Changes Among the Cltys- Employes The Boards of Safety arid Public Works last Tuesday m dckitawnthe appoint ments recommetfded by Mayor Grainger t and as heretofore stated in these columns there were not as many as had been pre dicted The ji niber reduced were wand far between but all retain good positions aud are succeeded by excel lent men i Chief William SulHvah continues at the iead ef tIme Detective Bureau and will haye as Aatist nt Chief Capt Thomas Maher who hWndvsuperjor and Vew equaliias a police officer The friends of Tom Fitzgibbpns afcd James ginpari uey are elected PVr their promotion as ie those of the others The appoint ments give general satisfaction Now 1geJhe Jilumber qf jaen in bothdet partmemts and give the suburbs the pro tectlbui to which theyare entitled =ONIXEOALTIO SUR1IRIS- DThMimberspfiUmgiitineSchuch itt Jeff r onyille were given a Iwppy holi day surprise WIt 1t they entered the church Ckritdiyw aioraing tlieir eyw lie held a luagalficeut new warWe alUrtt- bnU t1ytnulUlt4dfithel etric Ulhtlj ail the glftoftbrloWp iprt JlVfJbii bConJwlt Time parfJjUmer at plctd wltli tlje gift and hardly know Isow io ipake miaiteat tiiiltp Saii xrf Pitfier OCttinolVi wmkucehecaUzemutthem i z SENATOR SEWElit Bravo SokhiorProiniucitraw yorntHl tntcsian flIed l L 8flWcQc r4 0 iProntotdtoMajorGeneraIEOmS oJ ofthicOhIJi War v- r iin1critiS an Attorney and a- Recognized tender Ilit time nS Senate BORN IN THE COUNTY MAYO1IRELAND 541 r4 Hon William Joyce Sewell United States Senator from New Jersey who died December 27 was a native of County Mayo Ireland a fact which the press seems to ignore and like most Irishmen came to this country at an early age By energy and perseverance he attained success and fame He became prominent as an attorney in the East being a recognized authority on corporation law served with bravery in some Of the most noted battles of the civil wars being promoted from Colonel to Major Geueralbecause of his gallantry was elected and re elected to Congress and the Uuited States Senate being a leader ou political and State questions He was one of the few men in civil life to whom President Mc Kinley though an adversary politically offered a Major Generals commission in the SpanishAmerican war Of him our New York uamcsake says United States Senator William Joyce Sewell a good Irishman a brave soldier a wise statesman a splendid business executive a model citizen generally died at his home in Camden N Jafter a long illness Gen Sewell was born in the town of BalHua County Mayo ire laud hi 1835 His mother a womanof no mean mental ability kept a little store in the town She was a Methodist the only one in the place With his brother the late Robert Sewell one of the leading lawyers of his time in this city he came here at an early age Both attained that success and prominence that this free land holds out for men of push ability and genius Geji Sewell1 entered time Unlou nrniy ttLbeihreakefthsf civilwrrint1i Fifth New Jersey Volunteers and par ticipated in all the engagements in which his regiment took part down to the bat tie of Spottsylvauia in May 1864 In the battle of Chancellorsville be assumed charge of a brigade and at a critical point in the engagement led it forward in a resistless charge and achieved one of the most brilliant successes of the war H captured eight colors front the Confederates and retook the regimental standard of a New York regiment His services were scarcely less brilliant at Gettysburg and other important points He was wounded twice at Gettysburg and Chuncellorsville He was made Brevet Major Geueral of Volunteers on April 0 1863 for gallant and meritorious conduct at the battle of Chancellars yule and Major General at the close of the war for meritorious services After the war he entered the service of the Pennsylvania railroad and became one of the chiefs of the Eastern division of that great corporation being at the time of his death President of the United Railways of New Jersey He was serving his second term in the United States Senate where he was always regarded as a wise and prudent statesman He never forgot the land of his birth and ever proudly acknowledged lila fealty to it as a sou of the Joyce country In his death we have lost a fine representative of our race and the republic one of its most estimable citizens Muy he rest in peace CONCEITED AND HOMELY Is What Alls Englishmen Who Ought to TraVel and Learn Alfred Harmswortb manifest in a signedl stateuI I tgreal desDOUdency jreganling the Britislrtrade outlook He saSs uque way of waking up 3ugland would be toiinsist upon the members off the Cabinet occasionally 1leaving their own country to see for themselves what is being done by our commarcialCnemIeC Those who like Rosebery Carnegie Lipton and JPuruess have taken the trouble iidf investigating matters appear wellawarq that this couptry iis being hopelessly defeated jn aiinost every branch of industry The optimists are confined to the people like my1 friend IiJBalfour whose travels beyond tfce fourifflile radius are not extensive iiJl week itrtli Unfed Steles wpuki not fafito bring boW J the most nupleast- ant fact that Mt the l1t Lmonient UK iIndividual Auiencani proe a great dh1sore efficient and Industrious tiiM itkliL vidualBritori 4Vheu we were ciitii oieiics44iIn- dustries the ngH wsiwa a imotable both beimIspharea- In 1 theeI the truJ D rwway W the =45Oere Qir lie deatTGi by if4thise- siPlc2cls Jfi c I I In t I hUOUISViLUES iEOISLAT RSfI1I v Co Senator William L Weller i tB i1 Representative Ht James P4 Edwards I tI 11 Representative H P McDonald t t e Jill Representative Michael Burke 4fl 11 O Repsesentatide Thomas Drewry M ARCHBISHOP CHAPELLE 1 V Will IInstruct Who Are to Be Sent to the V Philippines A press dispatch front New Orleans says a cablegram from Rome onnqunces tbe departure frpiuAhat city of a number of students who will come to New Or leans where under Archbishop Cha pelles tutorship they will Jbe educated for the Catholic ministry in the Philip pines This arrangement is a part of the plan suggested by Archbishop Chapelle for the church government of the Philip pines the intention being to have priests educated in America supplant the friars now in theislamls and who are unpopu tar with many of the natiyes Ttefirt class of students will conic tto Nw Orleans so that Archbishop Cliapclle who uuderstarids the Philippine situation so thoroughly can give then instructions as to the spiritual needs of time Islauds but lateron other students will be sent to tlfl other Catbplq dioceses in the island EUCHRE AND DANCE 1 I xiHaty9ftrh1 u rraLgenients fortheirselect euchre aai pslugstreet8les nw4rdinvitatiuumsi hats b sis pcJJiaeil J hytt li ezptdr- ise odJ qMttmiajig commhm iimcitisf- oh1owiI E ohirmning sn popnlar 15e M1amle iLsy President MiasLi Cisniti Cbiaii Mrrn Jsme ICeflyMrilf Tr Qicmi lsses Mairy tellawoaryyooMhi1 Annie Ptlfcit CWTIC UAJeu AirwhoI attend an tairai ijift etijbf able rime ThsipissYfl heiid att 234and8Ir oelth jind Jtfee IiHanefs will receive hendsouit prizesr f w r C v i f i rvtr SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Btttored st the Loalavllte PostoMlce as Secoad Class Matter KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 Vestt Qree Street mien ill Cn m ahaU BI tto te Io oII A4CQu suu i f LOUISVILLE KY H SATURDAY JANUARY 4 1902 I WHO ARE ICKINOI The howl against the increased tax rate is loud but by no means onlygeneralfive cents over last year the three cents for street sprinkling and one cent for library being for new pur poses and the increase is likely to be expended for more and better police and fire protection The cry of extravagance is at least prema + ture and certainly unfounded till we see how the money is applied But who are the kickers They may be divided about as follows The property owners in the busi tnetsand residence centers of the cit vwho get all the benefits of city taxes whetherthe tax rate is high or low and for several years have got what the suburban property owners paid for and did riot get The owners of vacant property who will neither sell rent nor use it simply holding it for a raise A higher tax rate increases their cost The chronic objectors to all taxes who are certain and always ready to oppose every improvement they always kick many of them never did and neverwill pay taxes high or low without denouncing the city State and governments gen erally as organized robbery and all public officials as thieves They are amusing sometimes aggravat ing but not dangeromv The politicians and their friends and partisans who are not in the present administration of course kick They must kick even if there p kick about That iis their trade when ittti in politics If they have to invent something they must kick against the II ins But the people who are to pay the taxes we mean those who pay n sure enough do not seem to be kicking much After four years of low taxes and economic administra tion they seem to have had enough of it from the way they voted at n the last election The raise in taxes will be satisfactory if they get what they pay for and are entitled to in return If they dont then will be their time to kick and their kick will count Every reasonable man tax pay ers included knows that it requires money to run the city and that it requires more money to run things right than the way they have been carried on for several years Every intelligent person including many of the kickers knows the only source of money for the city is taxes and more money can only be had by increasing taxes The cheapest is no more satisfactory in public than in private business On the contrary the best though the nominal cost my be more is always the cheapest and by far the most satisfactory Louisville has tried both and the cheap fellows lose comparison of results Mayor Grainger and the Council have started right They propose to improve the efficiency of the various departments and give the people the benefits of city govern ment They made their investigations and estimates and levied the tax to meet the cost The people expect better than they have been getting for less money If they get it there will be no complaints from the people croakers and partisans not counted If they dont get it then Mayor Grainger end the Council will catch it as tyteyt will deserve 0 1 HOLD ON TO EM ritWM propoped to sell the dtys stock in theWater Company on the plea that it pays no dividends Now it fc propped 1 the dtya stock iinn tktCfctn Company which furnishes the city gas for public uses at nominal price and pays a dividend besides The city should sell neither as the citys interest gives the people some protection That both corporations fail to give the people what they pay for is true the gas light is poor the water filthy Neverthe less the fault is with the city whose representatives on the boards of directors do not remedy these evils These stocks are assets of the city and should not be sold It is not good business policy to dis pose of assests when the evils com plained of are due to negligence Let the city force these corpora tions to do the right thing as it has the right to do as a stockholder instead of selling out to schemers whose real purpose is speculation The Gas Company can and should be made to furnish good light the Water Company can and should be made to furnish pure water and it is the duty of the city authorities to see that they do The city being a stockholder has more direct in terest and opportunity to do this and there is no excuse for not doing it The city should not sur render its interest and control by selling its stock- INTIMIDATION RESORTED TO There seems to be a deal of playing to the galleries to keep up a noise by the Hopkins county coal operators in their war against or ganized labor They have dragged in the State and Federal courts deputy sheriffs and troops caused a reign of terror with rioting and bloodshed but do not seem to have yet succeeded in banishing organ ized labor Now they are seeking to frighten away from the State all union miners by warrants and in dictments for alleged offenses dur ing the troubles about their mines Every union miner and especially all union officials seem to be under banPresident Wood of the Mine Workers was indicted several weeks ago for accessory to murder of a nonunion negro Mr Wood has been in the western part of the State ever since but not arrested Last Sunday he was in Henderson and offered to surrender to the Sheriff After consulting with the Circuit Judge the Sheriff agreed Wood stated he would like to go Evansville Ind to consult his at torney and would return Tuesday morning and was allowed to go In Evansville at a late hour Mon day night Wood was arrested on an order from Dixon Ky and taken to jail and locked up no one being permitted to see him Mr Wood refused to return to Ken tucky until promised an early hear ing In Henderson on Wednes day he was ordered taken to Dixon and released on 4000 bail The effort of the coal operators to brand the officers and members of labor unions as criminals will not succeed That crime was com mitted during the trouble in the Hopkins district is not denied but labor unions neither advise nor encourage violations of law as will be demonstrated when the cases are brought before court as they will be though such does not seem to be the purpose of the coal oper ators They wish tohave warrants and indictments to keep union men away from Western Kentucky Butt it wont work HOPE THEY ARE HAPPY Itr Fittsburg Christmas eve a boy was run down and fatally injured by a traction car On being carried into a drug store he earliest for a priest A ekrlc wet after W t 1e was and asked to ride in the am bulance that he might administer the rites of the church to the dying boy The policemen in charge re fused telling him he could walk to the hospital if he wanted to go and drove away Father OConnell ran all the way to the hospital but when he reached there the boy was deadThose policemen gratified their hatred of Catholicity and doubtless feel proud of their deed Whatever of pleasure it is to them theyare certainly welcome to it but if the Catholics of Pittsburg rest till those police are bounced they deserve such brutal treatment and worse LETS TRY IT AGAIN Extravagance I is the frantic cry against the increased tax rate Well of all our Mayors Charles D Jacob and John G Baxter were the most bitterly denounced for extravagance yet under their rule Louisville prospered as never be fore nor since Indeed about all of Louisvilles progress and devel opment began during those ex travagant administrations and had we continued that policy per haps we would have a city with business to support its population and still progressing and develop ing But we reformed and have run the economy policy to the cheap screw point and the city is a dead one Lets try a little extrava gance again for awhile and see iif things can be revived Chili and Argentina are having a little spat over a boundary and some neutral territory Reports via Lon don stated that negotiations had been broken off the Ministers re called troops were being mobilized and war was likely to result but that Argentina had asked King Edward to arbitrate the matter which be would do if Chili con sented and that warlike preparations had been suspended awaiting Chilis reply Reports via Havana stated that Chili and Argentina failed to agree as to their respective rights in the neutral territory pend ing the settlement of the boundary that their representatives had been recalled for further instructions re suiting in the signing of an agreement denying all intentions of war and that England or any other power had been asked to arbitrate Looks like another attempt of Eng land to push to prominence and possible foothold for interference in South American affairs and turns out an English fake Usually South American revolu tions do not attract more than passing notice but the establishing of closer relations and increasing trade with the United States which is interfering with the commerce and future plans of European nations cause the disturbances in South America to be of worldwide inter est and discussion the United States and our probable course in future being commented on in ad vance The object and meaning of the Monroe doctrine and American rights under it are freely criticised by the foreign press Whether they settle the issue satisfactorily or not does not matter The United States will not claim more than we are entitled to and as usual maintain and enforce the Monroe doc trine according to American inter pretation The report that the Boer war would be practically over by Janti ary i stopped the decline but failed to bull the London stock market and recent Boer victories the send fug of 15000 additional men to South Africa and the call on the colonies for more troops have again depressed the stock market tight cued money bewildered tradesmen and puzzled the jingoes They simply misconstrued the encouraging report some other January i will find the Boer war ended So far the Boers show no signs of quitting and the British have riot discovered way to let go without discredit to British prestige though the ootiUn J- n J 0 5 struggle isbecomiug- barrassiug to the en rovempire as the call on The Samp onSchley controversy caused by tine vilifying of Schley who called for a board of inquiry which vindi ated him from all the charges prt ved his accusers to be slanderers esulting in the chief mouthpiece being summarily dis charged fro n his position in the navy seven 1 gossipers being cen sured and ill warned to keep silence has iLeen declared closed by President i osevelt the Navy De partment and Admiral Schley That closes t he case except for the partisans wlno sought and are still seeking to pake politicall capital out of it Admiral Schley how ever seems ra have too much sense to allow them to use him in that way Germany i s having a difficult job devising a taj riff that will exclude American pij ducts without appear ing discritniating for discrimina tion against American products would result in counter discrimi nating dutic is to exclude German products fu the United States about the bejlt market Germany has for her expo 5s The United States is not HkeJLy Up act until Germany adopts and enforces such a tariff lbut Germai ys experience with American jiork indicates what action may se expected and Ger many would get decidedly the worst of the exclusion game The new tax levy of three cents for street sj rinkling is condemned as unnecessary There is no greater nuisance injurious to health prop erty and bu iness than the dust in the dry season The money spent by citizens fjfjr private sprinkling is of little baiefit because of their economic neighbors who do not sprinkle Ufider the new ordinance the streets Will be sprinkled at less cost to the enterprising citizen be cause the economist will pay his share in his tax bill Street sprinkling is as necessary as street ea i at S io Motif It is not surprising though a trifle embarrassing to some folks that thexCjjurt of Appeals should decide as n as it got a chance as it did on question of the city bond issue hat all ballots cast in an election llmst be counted before the result cap be definitely known This decision may result in invalid ating the bbi id issue but it is right and it j b Iter for all that the bonds should be invalidated before than after tbjey are issued Christmas brought many visitors to LouisviUs who formerly lived here Thu re compelled to move s elsewhere obtain steady employ ment at In ing wages This is stating it so newhat different from the usual society note but it is cor rectThe Posto ce Department should leave the newspapers alone KNIOtiTiOPCOLUMBUS Ohio during the month of January- A council of seventy has been insti tuted at moo ington 111 by Deputy Supreme Kid ht P J McArdle of ChicagoCouncils will be instituted in San Fran cisco January 1and Los Angeles Janu ary 26 by Dept ty Supreme Knight John H Reddiii of penver The lecture ourse under the auspices of the Cincinnati Knights opens January 12 with Hearjr Austin Adams and fol lowing him cdme Right Rev Bishop Spalding HOB Bourke Cockran and Hon Jo111alaney who will close the series April 131 The Coloradc Knights are very busy completing the organization of councils and instituting few ones to start the new year In Denver and Colorado Springs the three degrees were conferred by Supreme Knight Richard Fe Hayden of Kansas TOOK rrow new councils will be instituted at Cr pple Creek and Pueblo and candidates initiated at Leadville One of the pt tttiest and most edifying sights seen in C doradol Springs on Christmas waswhat the 8 oclock mass when the Knidnta of Columbus marched up the center eal St Marys church and received Wr communion in a bOdy Mass was eelliratd by the chaplain of the council 4v Father McMenatuin Eighteen candidates were introduced to the Biyt riMi the first and second le grwM the Ms Sunday and all were present to re fvc the third degree at Denver on M w Years day Among the Mwtidittw wire PthnClark aad GloekMr it- J II jfi c n- r k e I THE DAY AFTER CHRISTMAS lOb the paint is on the baby a J Jr 11 uiepiint is off the camel And the yak and kangaroo And the wombats gay enamel Lines the youngster through and through He has chewed the sheep and shepherd And hes munched the Hottentots And hes dined upon the leopard Till his stomachs full of spots Oh he whirls in fiendish frolic Till he like a pinwheel files In a knot of painters colic That no peppermint unties And from Frisco to Atlanta You can hear him through Use night Yelling things about old Santa That are rude and Impolite Wishing hell neer turn a calm leaf In his book of life below Where a premiums on the palm leaf And there isnt any snow rS0Gm1i Michael C McCarthy left Tuesday for New Orleans where he will remain for some time Mr and Mrs John M Flanagan of Mount Sterling were visitors here New Years day Miss Agnes Hayes and her guest Miss Hildegarde McKenna leave today for Washington Edward J OBrien is expected home today from the East where he went on a business tip Miss Georgia Beckley leaves Monday for Washington where she willvisit Mrs John Norton Miss Margaret Leachman of Spring field is visiting her sister Mrs Edgar Martin 1113 Third street James B Doherty a leading citizen of Jeffersonville spent New Years with relatives at Hamilton Ohio Miss Anna and Josephine Kelly will return from Memphis where they have been visiting their father the first of next week Mrs P J Murphy of Southgate street gave a delightful entertainment Thurs day night iitt honor of Misses Anna and Alice Noonen Michael Farrell a prosperous business man of Memphis Tenn spent the past week visiting friends in New Albany where he formerly resided Mrs Thomas Hannan has returned to her home in Clifton after a delightful Jyjliday visit jsiOi Jh MMP Qouncilmai Edward D Hannan of Paducah It is rumored that quite a number of our wen known young people are going to join and journey through life bandin hand before the new year is very old George Coll and wife of Galveston Texas are visiting the family of Maurice Coll in Jeffersonville Mr Coll is one of the leading attorneys of the Lone Star State Miss Anna Chase Deppen whose liter ary attainments have won her much dis tinction leaves next week for Washing ton to visit her sister Mrs Katherine Chase Clark Miss Marie OBrien who has been spending the holidays with her parents Mr and Mrs Edward J OBrien 1811 West Jefferson street returns today to Nazareth Academy Her many friends will be glad to learn that Mrs Richard J Curran pf 237 East Ormsby avenue is recovering from ia serious illness and expects to soon be able to be out again Miss Gertrude Wolff who has been the guest of her cousin Miss Helen Wolff at Montgomery Ala was the re cipient of much social attentions several receptions being held in her honor Miss Alma Parsons has returned to Loretto Academy A pleasing incident of her holiday visit was the reception given in her honor by Mrs Charles F Breckel at her residence in Parkland Misses Elizabeth Grimes Mary Rose Finn and Sammie Robertson the charm ing guests of Miss Louise Graham 1703 Fourth avenue were given a delightful reception and party Tuesday evening They leave today for their homes at ElizabethtownMiss Keegler who spent the holidays in Cincinnati returned home last night accompanied by Miss Mamie Concannon They will be entertained next week by the Superba Club with a banquet at the residence of Mrs John Fisel East Main street John J Maloney for many years a valued employe of the Carter Dry Goods Company has severed his connection with that house to accept a more lucra five and responsible position with a leading Baltimore firm He was popular with all connected with the Carter firm and his associates regret his departure Fred Sutherland a popular buyer for the Continental Tobacco Company celebrated his twentyfirst anniversary New Years eve by entertaining his friends at- an elegant Dutch supper at the Arizona Club rooms 1519 Portland avenue There was a large and jolly gathering and all joIned in wishing him a happy and sue essful future Mike FiUgwald returned Tuesday from West Baden Springs where be had been recuperating for the pelt couple of wicks While the be beoame acqaftiated with Richard Crocker the well known New 1 1 t I visitMrI very favorablrof Jhe yrf t Nhawynnr gincnown to bacco inspector was married Monday morning to Miss Adele Sweeney one of the loveliest girls in St Louis The ceremony was performed at the Jesuit Catholic church His many friends in Mils city were quite agreeably surprised by the news having had no previous knowledge of his engagement One of the most delightful receptions and euchres of the season was that given Wednesday afternoon by Mrs Mary Walker with W Trumbo Co to about fifty of her lady friends at the Key parlors Seventh and Jefferson The decorations were very elaborate and beautifuland the guests spent a really pleasant afternoon Following the dis tribution of prizes alt were seated to an elegant and bounteous collation prepared under the supervision of Mrs Clarence Key Mrs Minnie V Bosche was awarded the first prize a lovely pedestal and jardiniere two handsome plaques going to Miss Annie Finn and Mrs Clarence Key Mrs Walker proved a charming hostess and all present ex pressed the hope that they might be her guests soon again GOOD MAN GONE William Delaney Succumbs After Short Illness of Pneumonia William Delaney proprietor of De laneys Exchange Seventh and St Catherine streets died at his home on West Oak street last Monday morning after a short illness of pneumonia The deceased was a member of one of Limer icks most respected and best known families and was esteemed by all who knew him and was especially loved by his intimate acquaintances for his char- itablel disposition and big heartedness Will Delaney was born and reared in Limerick and always resided there with the exception of a short time spent in the Indiana gas belt where he has two brothers engaged in business Besides his wife he leaves two little daughters to mourn the loss ofa kind and loving protector Previous to the funeral there was a constant stream of callers at the family residence to pay their tribute of respect and take a farewell look at the remains of their departed friend The funeral took place Wednesday morning from St Louis Bertrauds church the at tendance being very large after which the remains were tenderly laid away in St Louis cemetery May the earth rest lightly upon him ORDINATION New Years morning at the Cathedral Right Rev Bishop McCloskey ordained to the priesthood Rev Father McNeil of the Allegheny Seminary The young clergyman was at once sent to St Pat ricks as assistant to Father Cronin CLOSE TODAY I Applications for the vacant rectorship- at St Patricks church close ttoday iiQ examinations will immediately 4 and it is expected that Bishop McCloskey will next week announce the successor to the late MonsignorGambon whose place is now being so ably filled by Father Cronin FASHIONS FOIBLES Another new silk equally desirable for the costumes is the glove skin It is soft and clinging and can he bought in all the latest shades Velvet ribbons ore now seen with vel vet on both sides The center is solid color with striped edges combining the center color and white Furs are regal this year the best wraps being of threequarter length in blue fox and are as popular as ever Muffs are flat and drawn up at the top In boas sable ranks first the most luxurious ties being those where five or six animals are joined together anti show a variety of beads and tails Lace again is to be used freely with furs and the linings of the best models are of white and pearl gray satin though a good many china silks are also used Velour panne is a fabric high in favor It is an antique velvet with the pile flattened and the design printed upon it This material is charming as a trimming for a cloth gown A new silk which has the sheen of velvet isjknown as the gravlnette weave The warp is one shade the weft another It comes in blending of delicate green and mauve peach and white and a soft grayblue and rose It is exquisite for the clinging gowns so much the fashion The ne v silks toss economy to the winds No woman can resist them In their coloring and design they make a picture worthy of an artist All the im preasioH weaves are the vogue And not only are they scattered with faint tinted 1- 1n v 7 UpSufrj Ovir Entllih Wooten fIIlaStorett One Door Wilt of the Dix Store IDEAL DENTISTRY- at reasonable prices at th- eMammoth Painless Dental Parlors 436 and 438 W Market Street Superb Crown and Bridgework Elegant Gold and Pprcelain Crown Best equipped office in the city LOUIS Ar BRORING DrDr S1 PROPRIETOR Lessons on Piano BY Miss Julia Kelly 1731 PORTLAND AVE Terms reasonable to young pupils who join classes now GEtMSON A Complete Assortment of the Latest Styles and Best Makes of Cooking and Heati- ngSTOVES Cast and Steel Ranges TELEPHONE 821 214 Market Street Near Seco- ndJOHNDRODERI H ij 432 to 440 E MaIn St Louisville- KENTUCKYK I WAGON FACTORY MANUFACTURES flatform Spring Dump Wagons and Carts Farm Plantation and Spring Wagons Carts Drays Etc MudTem pering Wheels Mud and Brick Wheelbarrows Work guaranteed Brown Leghorn Eggs 5CENTS CHARLES JACQUES r 2422 St Xavier LayTwelvehensJan 12 Feb 20 March 187 April 133 May t 42 June118 July187 Aug 161 Sept ISJ Oct 83 Nov 83 Dec 61 blossoms but they are printed with Ori ental designs The demand for black Chantilly lace is increasing It is used in bands for dres trimmings in allover for fichus and shoulder trimmings used as applique mainly upon white chiffon for evening blouses and long neckties With it on the ties is combined fine white lace as an trimmingWhat sayabout millinery as developed by trade the manager of one of the largest millinery establishments was asked Ostrich plumesplumes above plumes was his answer The season is gay but black hatsall black are in great demand and a plume goes on wherever there is room for it There are a great many women who never look well In what is known as the real tailor made and this class will bless the return to the Russian blouse style which can look its best in heavy serge or tweed properly weighted and pouching over so slightly back and front over a jeweled band or simple fold of glace deftly swathed round the form Written for the Kentucky Irish American GRATITUDE Lovelier than the roses perfuming the air With the fragrance they ever exude Brighter than the lilies chaste and fair The souls noblest trait is gratitude Deeper than friendship tried and true Stronger than love with all its power Gratitude wins with charms ever new And gives to the heart its richest dower KATHUJHN DON LKAVY FRENCH LICK SPRINOS MONON ROUTE The greatest mineral waters oa earth Fine accommodations and excellent fare Natures own antidote for stomach liver and kidney troubles Pamphlets free by addresing E A Bacon DP A Monon Route Louisville Ky r I 2- a r f h5t S j 9 iiin l 1 KSTUOxy JRi UAMERICN SELECT DANCETO BE GIVEN BY DIVISION 4 A 0 H Liederkranz Hall Friday Jane 24 r COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS John Jri M J Shaughnesy William Miller- TicYcetss Admitting Lady and Gentleman 50 Cents Music by yVehrleya Orchestra Bowling alley in charge of the Division STATIONERS The Bradleyy Gilbert Co INCOKPOIllTED PRINTERSBlank Book iPaper Box Manufacturers BINDERSReprasentatlreoftheHammond Typewriter tor Kentucky Typewriter Supplies Ribbons etc for all Machines BOOKSELLERS Cor Third and Green Sts LOUISVILLE KY r BEST 15 rns CHE PCST 2ioo7r7reeprnqiwiw an 0to 3 U Wend FarNtawJue su pvileItJ Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist in his line We are now in our new home N E Cor Second and Walnut streets The finest and best arranged school building in the South Visitors always welcome School open all year Students can enter at any time E J WRIGHT President BUCKINGHAM WEEK 5SUNDAY Matinees Sunday Monday Wednesday Saturday THE BIGGEST YET Reilly and Woods GREAT SHOW Oue big dazzle of smart snappy daz zling American and European acts with largest vaudeville burlesque show in the wor- dREAGANS EXCHANGE S W Cor Preston and Market Wines Liquors an- SPECIAL d Cigars Best Old Whiskies in bottles and jugs six and eight years old from 200 per gallon up Hot Soup and Warm Lunch 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE n TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS 4c Anrono sendIng a sketch and description may gnlcId uoortaln our opinIon free whether an Invention is probably patentablo Communion- tlonestrlctlfconadentlali naadbookonPatents- sent tree Oldest agency for ecurtnepatenU Patents taken through Munn theCo receive tpfctat notice without charge la Scientific Jhttericati A handsomely Illustrated weekly Tareest cir culation of any aclentlOo Journal Term 13 a year i four months ft Bold brail newsdealer MUNHCoter New York Ilranch Qfflce C25 F 8U Washington p Co BIO FOUR ROUTEI T- OIndianapolis Peoria CHICAGO AND AM POINTS IN INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE No 218 Fourth Ave IS J aATB 8 General Agent Louisville Ky WARREN J LYNCH G P A WM P DEPPEA G P A CINCINNATI O Iv bor U capital Labor has the sum right to protect itself by trade union ate aI any other form of capital mighttt IIcl1niforitaelf CardinalMatadtug 0aa n FRANKFORT t fi 1 A Battle Ilovftl Is Now Ou For the United States ScnIntorsliip i The Capital City Will Present Candidates For AUIOffices Young Mathew Madigan Re ceives Appointment to West Point INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS SUNDAY pecan orrespoUl ence of e en uc y Insh American FRANKFORT Jan 2The advance guard of the General Assembly of 1902 have arrived at the State capital and every train from now until Monday January G when the Legislature con venes will bear the new lawmakers to this city The hotels are rapidly filling up many Representatives and Senators having engaged quarters several weeks ago The four candidates for United States Senator Gov McCreary Judge Cantrill Congressmen Charles Wheeler and Dave Smith have all engaged and will open their headquarters this week Many of their active lieutenants are al ready on the ground and a battle royal is now on and will continue until the Democratic caucus which will prob ably meet next week selects the nomi neeIn point of pledged votes exGov Mc Creary has decidedly the best of it so far but he is still several votes short of the number necessary to elect While Judge Cantrill will probably be third man when the result of the first ballot is announced conservative politicians say he has an excellent chance to win Congressman Wheelers friends claim that he will show greater strength on the first ballot than has been conceded him by the newspaper reports sent out during the past few weeks while Congressman Dave Smiths managers say he is in the race to stay and expects to win The Smith people are not giving out what they base their champions ultimate success upon but McCrearys lieutenants say it is Upon the withdrawal of both Wheeler and Cantrill which is not at all likely to oc curThe caucus when it meets to select officers for the General Assembly will have before it a number of Frankfort candidates among them being Miss Jennie McDonald for Enrolling Clerk of the Senate Mrs Taafe for Enrolling Clerk of the House Mack Phythian for SergeantatArms of the Senate John E Miles for doorkeeper of the House Will iam Cromwell for Chief Clerk of the Senate and numerous others for minor places There are also a large number of nonresident candidates for the above offices and many spirited contests are looked for Frankfort people are particularly interested in the race for En rolling Clerk of the Senate and sincerely hope that Miss Jennie McDonald may be successful as everything indicates she will be Much interest is also taken in Mrs Taafep race andshe will doubtless be successful as she has made an excel lent canvass The series of euchres to be given by Lambert Young Council was resumed on Thursday of last week and one will be given each week until Lent commences when they will be discontinued until after Easter One of the largest crowds that have yet attended was present and spent very enjoyable evening Special prizes were awarded Mrs J A Sullivan and Mrs J G Schneers Mews Walter WeitzeVaad Owen Canty The ChriMuM andj New Years pro gramme rendntitby the choirti tthe 4 Good Shepherd while not ulf to itsUsual standard was excellent and while several members were detained from being present on account of sickness ami absence from the city the programme rendered goes to show that the Good Shepherd choir is one of the best in the State On January 8 the local lodge of Elks will initiate a class of over fifty members representing the leading young business men of Frankfort This brings the total membership up to 160 making it one of the strongest lodges in Kentucky and assuring the construction of the new pro I posed Elks clubhouse work upon which will be begun in early spring and pushed tocompletionThe I installation of officers of Lambert Young Council Y M I will take place Sunday afternoon An invita tion has been extended to the Young Ladles Auxiliary to attend the installa don ceremonies and a very excellent prO gramme has been arranged The members of Lambert Young Coun cil and the Ladies Auxiliary contemplate giving an opera shortly after Easter possibly the latter part of April or early in May Both organizations possess ex cellent material for an opera The coun cil will at its next meeting appoint committee to act in conjunction with the auxiliary committee looking toward getting up the opera It has not been de tided what opera will be produced but it is said that it will be something new and not heretofore witnessed in Frankfort Matthew Madigan Jr son of Mat Madigan formerly of Winchester but fo the past three years a resident of this city where he holds a position under thfState administration a short while ago received his appointment to West Point and will leave for Chicago about May 1 to stand his examination Mr Madigan is a member of Lambert Young Council V M I of this city On Tuesday evening last the Young Ladies Auxiliary gave its initial enter tainment in the form of a grand masque ball The orchestra was the best obtain able in Central Kentucky and fully eighty couples tripped the light fantastic toe to the enlivening strains of the ex cellent music It was by far the most brilliant and successful social event of the season of 1001 and the members of the auxiliary very naturally are proud of i the success of their first entertainment There were many beautiful visitors from surrounding Kentucky towns who ex pressed themselves as having spent a delightful evening Much of the success was due to the intettainment committee composed of Mrs L J Brislan Misses Jennie Sullivan Maggie Gobber Katie a Dolan Margaret Berberich and Katie Schroff The floor committee Mesdames P H Newman Jr C E Collins M J 1 Meagher and Miss Margaret Berberich were untiring in their efforts to make every one have a good time andright well they succeeded The hoys of the Catholic school under the direction of Sister Anthony who takes a deep interest in their spiritual and intellectual welfare gave a very pleasing entertainment Christmas A small1 fee was charged and a nice sum Sister Anthony as of great assistance to tile promoters Ihe boom for new mem- hers organized a few months ago by th Young Mens Institute and urged all under her direction who had reached the required age to join Every one that was old enough was securedD RECENT DEATHS We regret to chronicle the death off Mrs Bridget Gallagher an old and respected I resident of this city She was native of Ireland but came to Louisvill- many years ago Her funeral took plat Friday morning from St Patricks church Mrs Gallagher was seventy three years old and resided at 1405 WestIl Jefferson street Mrs Peter Doerhoefer one of Louis villes most exemplary Catholic ladies died Wednesday at her home on Westt Chestnut street aged seventyfour years She had spent an active life in this city and many will feel keenly the loss of hef charity Her funeral this morning at St Anthonys church will be one of th largest seen there for a long time Joseph Deppen uncle of Rev Father Deppen and John Deppen the merchantt tailor succumbed last Saturday morning ito the infirmities of old age and general debility For over sixty years a resident of this city and long one of it leading and most influential merchants he saw Louisville grow from a village to the foremost city of the South Twenty years ago Mr Deppen retired from active business life and had lived quietly at 622 West St Catherine street Besides his wife four children survive him The funeral services were held Monday morn ing at St Louis Bertrands church SOUND THOUGHTS Conscience is Gods deputy in the soul Not education but character is a mans greatest need anti mans greatest saf guardThe best thing todo is to do well what ever God gives us to do If nobody took calumny in and gave it lodging it would starve and die of itself An evil intention perverts the best actions and makes them sins Cast your bread upon the waters but do not wait until it is too stale for your own use- Neglect mending a small fault and it will soon be a great one Humility is the altar upon which God wishes that we should offer Him as sacrificesThe that Is flying holds more eternity than all our past and the futu holds none at all MAGNIFICENT PANORAMA Next week at Music Hall there willleenteJDoers famous Bible illustra tions representing the life of the Saviour The works ol art to be sees include for large oil painttagB exteHing over 6rJ5fr feet of wmvM U r THE NEW CENTURY of AiiRplciniiH Opening Fur Cntlio- llcltyti Future In the IIUnltcd The First Year One of Active in Work Tending to Unity t- hor Efforts t Three Important Movements Uniting Hierarchy Clergy and Laity TO ADVANCE RELIGlW AND MORALS t Three remarkable movements in the Catholic church as existing in the United theafirst year of that new century which was dedicated solemnly from its opening hour to Jesus Christsays the Sacred Heart Review Though the hearts of men thrilled high at that midnight mass it may be doubted if ninny among us dreamed that before twelve months had in tnnsrwould actually receive a clear response and this not only Once but thrice There ore at this Christmas season the first Christmas of the twentieth century it is tb very proper that we should gain for ourselves an exact idea of these three promi nent movements so that we may lay them as gifts at the feet of the Infant Jesus and ask his Christmas blessing on the work a The first of these striking answers to t our petitions of last New Years eve came at the convention of missionaries to non Catholics in Winchester Tenn in Au gust A few earnest men met there together two Bishops some secular priests a member of one of the strictest religious orders two laymen and some of the Faulist fathers at whose home in the Nashville diocese the meeting was held It was composed of men who have at heart as their vocation their lifework their enthusiastic and holy ambition the conversion of America to that Catholic l faithwhich first planted on this continent of the cross of Christ in whose holy name Catholic discovered it Their hope is to win this countryf to the church and a this hope has begun to be realized in those missions to nonCatholics which have met with so much success and have o occurred in about thirty dioceses through out our land while in several dioceses there have been priests and almost al if ways diocesan priests set apart for these messions as practically their special work Meanwhile to quote Jhe eloquent report of the convention Last of alland best of all a great tide of intercessory prayer for the apos tolate is breaking aainst the throne of God In convents a1 id in seminaries at the altar and in they orld holy Souls are theireprayers and sacrifices for a Catholic AmericaIt reserved he wever for this year to witness the first regular meeting to gether of these zeal us missionaries in a convention which promises to be hereafter a frequent even and which resulted in so remarkable an c inhibition of united brotherly love and stitch plans of heroic endeavor as to recall the churchs early todaysl theethatemeeting that even th c wide boundaries of our own vast country became too narrow to content these apo toile men To quote againOne would have to be present to know how our heart i leaped at sentences like Before God we take the churchs foreign mission hero es for our inspiration and our modelsjr at the modestly spoken story of the complete selfeffac ing sacrifices of some apostle of the South Priestliness and the priestly passions zealwere phrased in every sentence read and voiced iii i every utterance delivered In nothing was this GO well itIlustrated 03 in the ft equent and affectionate mention of th s foreign missions There is the test of the genuine mission 1dry spirit Gives at i instinctive love for spontaneousreverence that is nost worship heroes laboring in i t and you have the forever unshakable granite bedrock o the missionary cha racter Now in al most every sessio i there was some touching reference t our brothers of the cross in heathendom The project of a seminary for the h me and foreign mis sions was ardently talked over iitrau informal way and cvc ry heart prayed God for the hastening ftbe day when in some American ci y we shall have a house like the hot le of heroes in the Rue du Bac with i 11 its glorious tradi lLee Hall of Martyrs But to preserve this apostolic andl martyr spirit and o bring about these myriads of desire conversions one thing above all Ian ededthe grace oftr God working ou th t soul of the mission ary so that he mabe holy as Christ iis holy and may per oral the work in the power of his spirit for human strengthI win never be suffi tent And here we approach thesec and great Catholic movement of this earthe Eucharistic League meeting in t Louis in October On that eventful oo asJon vast congrega Ironsbowd down Mfore testis Christ iin his sacrament of sa Parasols led by two Archbiabps eleven Jfohops and hundreds reof adoring priests At the same time precisely a great c onventioa of Episc- palians was being hi ld in San Francisco and the divergent and discordant ele ments in faithnod morals that sway Iit served to bring iat slut more brilliant t light this mulitude f the Catholic clergy and people united ia one common faith moedbycte brU of diviae lover prostrate before Hi ti whom they bailey without Who has said doubtingr r This is my body Ibis is my bloodH The direction of the Priests Eucharistic League passes on now into the direction i the Fathers of the Blessed Sacrament who were only in the year previous to this established in New York and who were founded by Pete Eyuiard his being to glorify the Blessed by means of perpetual exposition and to promote the constant worship sad increase the absolutely Marylike adoration of our Divine Lord his sacrament of sacraments From is step we can easily believe will result the complete formation of the Peo pIes Eucharistic League in our country I when at the blazing fire of Christs heart on the altar our hearts will become en kindled and through daily exposition with result at length the fulfillment of His promise tt I be lifted up I will draw all things to myself Thus will the fire of love be more and more the enkindlement and heightening force of apostolic fervor Moreover Eucharistic missions to nonCatholics have been given this year ThirdlyIn this present month of December a great Catholic convention has beet held in Cincinnati to promote more practical union and a clearer under standing among our various orgauiza tioHs such as the Knights of Columbus the Hibernians the Foresters so that they may present a firm and unlivided front in defense of all public questions that relate to Catholic issues may join the dissemination of Catholic truth as opposed to falsehood and misrepresenta lion in the daily press and in our depart ments of State government and in educa tional interests and may stand shoulder shoulder in a great crusade of truth and virtue which shall bring on the coming of the time when not only America but all the world shall belong to Christ the King The result remains to be seen but it is step toward concerted effort and cer tainly it can be accomplished without red tape rules or loss of personal freedom and personal breadth of enterprise It makes for union of purpose among breth ren for the loss of selfishness for the lofty spirit of chivalrous endeavor What matter whether I do this work or that so long as my brother does it and it is done for God Wide embracing is the scope of this new movement for our new terri tories are to be included In fact a rep resentative was expected from Porto Rico the first representative in a Catho tic public assemblage here of the millions baptized Catholics whom the fortunes of war brought under the United States flag so short a time ago Surely there is great work for the Catholic laymen now as well as for the Catholic priest and to correspond to this we must haven our part a strong and united determination to consecrate all we have yes and to be witting to lay down life itself need bein this crusade of the twenII tieth century- A spirit of manly and unshakable Integrity in politics and in business ought to rule our Catholic citizens a spirit above bribery aud unmoved by ridicule or scorn one that is founded on the titer 1 T n jj- o nn rindpleliof truthand instice ionics there should be purity and n ence obedience and honesty iu our se the faith of Christ taught fear lessly and first and above all things flour churches supreme adoration of Hi i t who saved us with our fellowcitizens kindliness and Charity with each other unity and in our hearts the overruling loving devotion to God above all thingsI I created So shall this twentieth century I which has seen already such marked 1al blessing of God upon our loyal consecra c tion of it to His service be indeed a cen I tury that belongs to Jesus Christ 01 I this Christmas then let us in farreach ing hope lay all its coming years to gether with these three great Catholic movements of worldembracing charity of Eucharistic adoration and of Catholic I unity at the feet of the Babe of Bethlehem I who is the king of kings SHORT AND BRIEFI Wednesday was the anniversary of Ed mund Burke who was born January 1I 1730The Democratic members of the Ken tucky Legislature will hold their caucu for the purpose of selecting officers Mon day night I The Young Mens Christian Association building in New Albany was levied upon bya Constable to enforce payment off several judgments The health of Senator Matt Quay who is in Florida does not improve and tb- t thfhe will resign soon Hon William A Shea State Superintendent of Education of Florida was elected President of the Southern Educational Association last Saturday at Columbia I S C Rear Admiral Schley has accepted th invitatiou of the Louisville Board of Trade and the Knights Templar and will visit Louisville He will be here January 29 and 30 The Commonwealths Attorney of Franklin county has advised Mayor Darnell that the boxing contests tiled to take place in Frankfort are iin violation of the law The first year of the new century was perhaps the best in the business history of Louisville Great and decided gains were made in nearly all industries and the number of failures was small IRISHAMERICAN JOCKEY Danny Maher the American jockey who has just returned from the English turf is said to have been engaged to ride the race horses of King Edward VII of England next year Maher is the first Yankee boy who has ever enjoyed that panod ling the Kings horses and if nothing happens to him with two or three other engagements which be tine for a year will net him over 56000 more money than the President of the United States receives or that is earned by any other jockey who Las ever thrown a legorerah- orse And Danny iit pot as Anglo1 e Saxon but a pure Celt of Hibernian extraction Jf mmn n MJLAI ILLUSTRATIONS 4 jELECTROTYPESj ADS I ALWAYS GO TO JV THE BEST EOUIPPED HOUSE IN Tf50- UTttItfr QU- NEcor3rd MAIN I joIisviItQKy ILLUSTRATIONS FOR CATALOGUES NFWSPAPER5 PERIODICALSEtcI I PATENT OFFICE DRAWINGS THE PRIZE BABY I Trinity Councils Third Chil drens Carnival Was a Lively Success Spirited Rivalry For the Most Popular Baby and Gifts For Little Ones Largo Attendance ant Enjoyable Entertainment For Young nod Old OPHELIA STEIaI WINS cT PRIZE k ITrlnitr Council Y M h held Ps ymafternoon at the council hall on East Gray street There was a large attend ance including anxious mothers antI Weeds of babies entered in the prize contest who were voted for at five cents vote Young and old made up the crowd who were entertained for four hours There was a mammoth Christi mas tree handsomely decorated illumi nated with hundreds of lights and loaded with good things Santa Claus Andy Schreck occupied the stage and dis tributed several hundred dollars worth of gifts to the little folks who joyfully appreciated the dainties and pretty thingsMr James Saunders minus hands attracted and interested the curious by shaving himself blacking his shoes and doing other things considered remark able Mr Mike Burke gave an exhibition of mesmerism and magic to the greats amusement of all The Punch and Judy slow by Prof Connelly was greeted with shouts and laughterThe solo of John Piazza aged eight years the club swinging ofMr Edward Kelty the vocal solo of Miss Bee Mullarkey and the ragtime songs of thee little Misses Ijames were heartily en joyed and applauded Among the attractions of the baby show were the fifteen months old triplets of Mr and Mrs pen Baxley Bessie Tessie and Jessie of Corydon Ind At 430 oclock the baby show was closed Mr W G Wetterer of the Louisville Trust Company counting thee votes the total being 2039 with result in order as follows Ophelia Steimle Raymond J Jutt Loyola McGill Loretta Ackerman Ele nora Esterle Baxley triplets Margaret Schupp Mary P Clark Agnes Murphy Gertrude M Kohler Elsie Koch Horatio- r Hansford Eugene Fusting Marc lla Ellert Carrie Lebmenkuler Cornelius Driscoll Campbell twins Helena Irmscher Lynda Miles Andy Suck Vir ginia Bradley Antonio Prtzykucki Eugene Hitcher William Jansen Albert Deatscha Robert Gebhart Ophelia Steimle received the prize of 10 in gold and Raymond J Jutt a dozen photographs So pleased were the audi sate that it is the universal wish that Trinity Council repeat the baby vsflpw yieibyearFX NEXT FRIDAY NIGHT 3i The Central Committee the Catholic Knights of America will meet for the first time this year next Friday night All delegates are urged to attend as there rwIl1 be business of importance to transact To sec the Liberty silks with Ilace de signs ii8to be tempted beyond one s purse slid reason Never before have such exquUitr 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Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOI I ON THE eIJWF2I ImWlIUIRl9 In an EIvEGANTPARtORSniNING CAR SfH BACON DIStrict Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J RE AgentCyH er WBKcDOXL Preside tad GlieralXaucwo u w a r IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges At a meeting of the various local trade societies in Newry it has deen decided to form a locall trades council the Cork corporation Councillo IAt Roche gave notice of motion that the freedom of the day be conferred upon John Redmond At P At the Munster assizes two men named Kelly father and son who were charged with moonlighting in the County dare were found not guilty and discharged The death took place on Monday ill the Sienna Convent of Dominican nuns Drogheda of Mother De Ricci aunt of John Dillon M P at an advanced age The grand jury at the Munster assizes in Cork threw out the bill sent up by the crown in connection with the charge of intimidation against the seven Limerick carpentersAs result of local meetings held recently it has now been decided to start a new industry in Sligo in the form of a shirt and clothing factory with the view of affording employment- An appeal has been issued by the Ten DeCOGradyCtenant farmers and other Nationalists of IrelandThe Mountmellick Young Mens So ciety have taken steps to erect a memorial to the late Father Doyle A prelim inary meeting has been held at which ia committee and officers were appointed to carry the project through At the Munster assizes William Dwyer his wife three sons and daughter were found guilty of the manslaughter of John Crotty a neighboring farmer The trag edy was the result of a dispute about a fence Sentence was deferred At a meeting of the Executive Committee of Cork Exhibition it was announced that the space had been overapplied for by 1000 square feet and the question of providing additional space was referred to the Buildings and Arrangements Committee We have to announce with regret the death of the Rev L Walsh of Ballyhea He died at the parochial house early on Sunday morning December 16 The office and high mass for the repose of the good priests soul took place Tuesday morningThe of Lisburn received a shock when it was annonced that Dr John S Ward Market square bad died suddenly during the night Although he had been complaning for some time past the decased was able to attend to his professional duties The dead body of a well known New townaids publican named John Tierney was found floating at the sea wall at Donaghadee County Down How the jle Paten ame1o11iLdeatt is at prejeni a mystery but the general opinion he walked over the pier in the dark atrr At a meeting of the Provisional xeca tive Council of the Ulster Farm rs and Laborers Union and Compulsory Purchase Association held in Belfast a letter was read from Secretary Wyndham refusing to receive a deputation from the union on the land purchase question An inquest was held at Belfast on the body of the girl Mary Kathleen Smith who was accidentally shot by her brother aged eleven years A verdict of acci dental death was returned both the Coroner and the jury expressing censure of the carelessness of the father in leaving a loaded gun among children Justice Andrews opened the business of Munster Winter Assizes in Cork and in the course of his address to the grand jury his Lordship said that having regard to the large district of Ireland which the assize county covered he could not regard that district as in other than a fairly satisfactory condition- At a meeting of the Cork Waterworks Committee on the motion of Alderman Kelleher the wages of the laborers em ployed at the waterworks were increased to 17s per week In the course ofa dis cussion on the subject Alderman Kelle her accused the corporation of sweating their labor employes an assertion which Alderman Dale and other members re pudiatedA driver named McCarthy found the dead body of an old man lying in a pool of water just by the railway bridge at the end of lieu street Skibbereen The remains were identified as those of Charles McCarthy of Ardrola about three miles outside the town and it is supposed that the old man had acci dently fallen in over the parapet from the public road- Mangerton Arnott J P third son of the late Sir John Arnott Bart died onII Monday at his residence at fallinglhealth1 demise was not unexpected He was High Sheriff ot the city in the year 95 I and was also prominently associated with the Cork Park race meetings of which he was Treasurer The Rev T H Quinn late of Col looney County Sligo on returning to Tourlestranle from Scallard where he had been on a collecting tour for the Diocesan Cathedral at Ballaghadereen was the recipient of a tremendous ova tion Bonfires blazed all over the parish the good pastor was met by a torchlight procession and was presented with an ad dress of welcome to which he suitably replied A prosecution under the statute of Edward III in which a named constabIularyturbances was for hearing at KildorreyJ petty sessions The alleged misconductI I was stated to have arisen agrarian dispute in which Mrs Nagle was one of the parties concerned On the application of the defendants solici tor the case was adjourned for a month COtn tyCoronerIlarty held an Inquest o 1ut 3lx IRISH SOmIYmRtCl A O IEI- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas J Dolan Vice President Newton G Rogers Recording SecretaryMike Tynan Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1011 Bank ureet- TreasurerIohn Mulloy DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month President William T Meehan Vice PresidentCon J Ford Recording Secretary John J Sullivan Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording SecretaryJohn M Gllles pieFinancial Secretary Joe P McGinn 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Rellly Treasurer Harry Brady DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County President William Reilly PresidentRobert Gleason Vice PresidentB A Coll Recording SecretaryJohn J Devitt Financial Secretary Frank Hogan TreasurerMichael Kinne- yIRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month First President Vice PresidentThos W Tarpey Second Vice PresidentWm Lawler Recording Secretary John J Flynn ByrneTreasurerThomas Sergeant John Kenney Sentinel Timothy Lyons on the body of a man named Michael Codd who fell through a hole into ia cellar from the shop 111 Upper Georges street Kingstown and died in St Mich aels Hospital from the injuries he sus tained Evidence was adduced to show that deceased fell through a place from which some boarding had been removed in connection with repairs going on in the premises The jury returned a ver diet of accidentaldeath- At the meeting of the Limerick Guardians John B Barrir gton J P as Chair man of the Finance Committee reported that the corporatibt owed the union for rates to the first proximo a sum of i I imnledlateIpayment The reprt recommended that the solicitor shoulc be directed to issue a writ for the rec very of the amount James O Reagan m red that the solicitor be so instructed lAfter some conversa tion Alderman OMara said that the city wasin aperfectly olvent state and the amount would be pat It was event tally agreed not t take legal action for the present On Monday mor ding a woman named Minnie Hanly a m tive of Corkfell or threw herself Int the River Shannon from the quay ni ar Wellesley bridge Limerick The tid e was on the flow at the time but then was a strong fresh running in the rive r owing to the recent heavy rains and th e woman was in immi nent peril when a gallant and successful attempt was madot rescue James Simpson first offic r of the vessel Francis Jane lying moore at the place seeing the womans dan er jumped into the stream to her ass stance and pluckily held the woman until a lifebuoy was flung to the gallant seaman and the pair safely landed It iIsaid that Simpsons action will be brow ht under the notice of the Royal Hum ne Society- At a meeting of t he Cork branch of the United Irish Leap ue Augustus Roche- T C who press led referred to the forthcoming munic ipal elections and said that they would no t recognize any candi date who had n t taken the League pledge He regre tted that the Labor party had not give i more consideration- to the propositiot of the League that they should join to secure a strong Nationalist represe itation in the Council but hoped that w atever clashing that existed at present between them would soon end and tat they would work laud in band Ifalso referred to the great work of the 1 rish envoys in Amer lea and announcer that on their return to Ireland the peo Je of Cork would greet them with a fitting demonstration PRESENTATION The employes of Walters Brothers Clay street brewer r showed their appre ciation of the kin ness and liberality of Messrs Frank at d John Walters last week in a substan ial manner The popular brewers rece tly refurnished their office and snlesrooi a with handsome new fixtures and the r employes surprised them with exqui te art glass windows making the place me of the most elegant- in Louisville The presentation was made by Sticks Welk ron behalf of the em iloyes who were 1 11 called in and royally entertained by ths jolly brewers The event was notable for the good feeling exhibited between employers andem loyes Would were were more like rank and John INSTALLATIONS Members of the oung Mens Institute- are looking forw rd with interest to the installations that take place next week Monday night th re will be a public installation by Tri Ity Council to which all lire envited ty Presidents Sullivan and Piazza An elaborate programme has been arrang I for the entertainment- of the friends of tl its progressive council Mackin Councili will install its officers Tuesday night aid has arranged for a reception and nwker for the members of the crier in the city Tbe exercises will beiargely atUadcd aadtepew officials given a boom Jrank Murphy is the residentelect4ii u u Yak HIBERNIANS What They Haye Been Doings the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 1 does not meet next week Division 4 of St Paul initiated a das of 100 at their last meeting President Jteehan wants the members of Division 2 to meet him next Thtirsda nightArthur Dolan of Division 5 la A candidate for President of the Boston Coin mon Council The St Patricks day convention of the Providence divisions held the first meeting last Sunday All three of the Councilmen from the Seventeenth ward of Roxbury Mass are Hibernians and Democrats The Ladies Auxiliary of Division 22 of Newton Mass will have its annual con cert and ball in Armory Hall on Feb ruary 12 The Hiberniahs of Albany and Troy have decided to honor the coming anui versary of Irelands patron saint with ia parade and celebration The Providence Hibernian Rifles held their annual civic and military dress ball at Hibernian Hall on New Years eve The company gave a splendid drill Woonsocket Hibernians are actively en gaged in making preparations fora great celebration of St Patricks day The opera house has been secured for the night by Division 0 Division 3 meets Monday night at NelHgans Hall President Cavanaugh urges all members to attend as they are vitally interested in several matters upon which final action must be taken The meeting of Division 18 of Provi dence last Sunday was an interesting one The charter was closed and be tween fifty and sixty candidates initiated bringing the membership above the 200 markTwo Hibernians were elected members of the School Committee at the election held last month in Worcester Mass They are Dr John McGillicuddy and Dr Francis Underwood Both are graduates of Holy Cross College All Hibernians are invited to the social session of Division 4 next Tuesday night The Limerick boys will provide a good time as well as a happy surprise for aU who attend Let there be a general turn out and reunion- Representatives df the ninetytwo divis ions in Philadelphia met at the Hibernian headquarters and heard reports from the various committees concerning the forth coming annual ball Progress and sue cess were reported all along the line The dance to be given by Division 4 Ancient Order of Hibernians at Lieder kranz Hall Friday evening January 21 promises to be a success as all the mem bers report a promising sale of tickets and the committee feels greatly encour aged over the outlook- sNew any Hi are TnTlE midst of a warm cont M for new mem bers It is the iikttejR n to have 200 enrolled before Pebary 1 and with this object in view a handsome goldemblem has been offered the one securing the most members The race lies between Will Thomas and Harry Welch with the former slightly in the lead At the meet ing held this week it was stated that fifteen candidates would be initiated at the next meeting for which extensive arrange ments are being made The New Albany division wants the lead in the Falls Cities and it looks like the Hoosiers will get there THEATRICALS Tim Murphy assisted by Dorothy Sherrod will be at Macauleys next Tuesday and Wednesday nights in A Capital Comedy The Temple offers three strong attrac tions next week They are Madame Herrmann Willis Sweatman and Baby Lund Six other equally interesting features are also announced Major James Doyle the diminutive comedian Louis Merkle and the rest of the original Lilliputians will be the at traction at the Avenue next week They will appear in the spectacular and ludic rously funny play The Merry Tramps- In three acts and ten tableaux The play has much fun in it and the two tramps lire responsible for most of it There are several ballets the scenery is very beau tiful and the mechanical effects are said to be nothing short of wonderful The performance given by this company is spoken of as being highly pleasing for young people Next weeks attraction at the Buckingham will be the Reilly and Woods Big Show and a more fitting bill for the first week in the new year could not have been secured Wherever vaudeville is patronized the name of Reilly and Woods is a household word as for the past eighteen years it has ranked as the foremost organization of its class in imcrica In the company this season are Included the only Pat Reilly and the popular Frank D Bryan the celebrated European MolassoSalvaggi troupe and the Joscary trio Leona Thurber and her troupe of pickaninies Purcell and May nard Czarina the prettiest of dancers the sisters Navette Bailey and Madison the Three Girls from Maxims Keough and Ballard and the entire company in the latest creation IIA Merry Whirl HAPPILY REMEMBERED The employes of the Louisville Nashville shops gave their aged and beloved foreman Jeremiah Kavanagh another token of their friendship and esteem last theIoldest employes of the company having been in its service thirtyfive years The presentation speech waa made by Timekeeper James OConnor When we see the maatleof our own guilt on someone else how quickly J condemn ourselves 3 5- ir i a How AreI I I Your Teeth W If they need attention there is no better place to have them fixed than at t- heLouisville Dental Parlors 544 FOURTH ST Right Next to Avenue Theater Their prices are the lowest work the best and all guaranteed They will treat you right REMEMBER THE PLACE Louisville Dental Parlors C33E3E FOURTH ST DDIUfiIUIUDUilIDDDl 1 KIDlEl 80nslgg i i And Embalmers I iiMISS KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmer I = Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short = NoticeII MOVED TO 700 WEST WALNUT 1 TELEPHONE 810 I DD ftDUDUDDDDI1IuftDDUUUftI FRflNK FEHR BREWING 60rINCORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY 1 IIIlU a1x1Im 1 L m 1 I I MllIUooll MOllllul6lltt6oiii lDESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF I = ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND 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