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Digital page images are linked to the text file. si r KENTUCKY IRIS a H AMERICAN VOLUME VIII NO 6 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY FEBRUARY 8 1902 PRICE FIVE CENTS ENDED IN SMOKE Irish Party Pleased That Their Predictions Have Been Verified Failure of Balfour to Cripple Their Parliamentary Policy Will Keep the House DiscusSIng tiid Scheme For Weeks TORIES FEAR ALL NEW LEGISLATION A Londou correspondent cables the New York World that Balfours reform of Parliamentary procedure is devised not to facilitate legislation but to make the membership of the House of Com mons exact less from a large body of casual and dilettante legislators of whom Balfour himself is the model The cardi nal feature of his scheme is a rearrange merit of the hours of the session so as to give the members two hours to attend dinner parties and two clear days at the weeks enl to golf motor or yacht Nothing substantial is planned to enhance the efficiency of the legislative machine as the Tories fear all new legis lation and have no wish to provide weap ons which a possible Radical Parliament might turn to important account The Irish party naturally is pleased that their predictions are verified and that all threats of procedure reform to cripple their Parliamentary policy have ended in smoke However they expect to keep the House discussing this scheme for five or six weeks Speaking on the subject of increased punishment to be meted out to members coming into collis len with the Speakerwhich is directed solely against the IrishmenJohn Red mond the Chairman of the Irish party said v No penalty this House can impose will deter us from doing our duty as we see it The Government may be brought face to face with a contingency in which the whole Irish representation may with draw from this Parliament We would far prefer to see it attempt to govern Ireland arbitrarily as a = crown colony than by the fraudulent pretense of con stitutional rule now existing After a few months of that experiment England would be glad enough to offer Ireland home rule- Among II the troubles Colonial Secretary Chamberlain has succeeded in creating for Great Britain is one in Malta Last year he decreed that after the lapse of fifteen years English should be the sole official language of the island The Maltese protested against the suppres sion of their national tongue The ling lish Liberals whose fear of Chamberlain is ludicrous have turned a deaf ear to the appeals and petitions from the Maltese so J P Boland a young Irish Nationalist member supported by the Irish party took up the Maltese case Boland has now forced Chamberlain to basiearnedespecially as Chamberlain deprived the concession of all grace by pretending it was a tribute to Italian sentiment not to Maltese protests S VOLUNTEER SOCIALS Their Euchre and Dance Will Attract Very Large Crowd All the arrangements have been com pleted for the euchre and dance at Music Hall on Monday night under the auspices of the Volunteer Socials and the indi cations point to a very large crowd Sixteen handsome and costly prizes have been secured and the winners will have reason to consider themselves fortunate Prominent among the lady workers who are assisting the Volunteers upon this occasion arc Mesdames Ben Sandman Mary Gleeson Lahood Karem James McBride and Misses Mary McElliolt and Katie Foley Play will begin at 8 oclock sharp that tale floor may be cleared at a seasonable hour for the dancersThose who know Messrs Edward J Dalton James McBride A J Sheridan Bob Mitchell D J Gleeson and M Lyons say they are soldiers of long experience who never fail to entertain their friends in a manner that gives to the Volunteers a high standing socially This will be the last opportunity to cele brate before Lent and all who would have a jolly good time should attend DISCOUNT EXPIRES Those who fall to pay their taxes today r will lose the discount allowed for prompt payment Tax Receiver Brown and his accommodating and gentlemanly deputies have been kept exceedingly busy all this month SHEEDY ON HEROES The way to be a hero is to try your aarnde to get skilled if you dont get killed you are a hero said Pat Sfaeedy as be Mt in the 046eeofa Charleston hotel the other day That U jut the reaaou why Roosevelt U a u popularttelgn II 0 I have asked two hundred people in the last few years where Roosevelt was in that fight at Kettle Hill and they all say He was seventyfive to one hundred yards in advance of anyof us trying his best to be killed If he had been killed he would just have been a martyr and long ago forgotten But as he escaped he is a hero That is one way to be President Try to get killed in a war and if you dont get hit you may run for the Presidency PAULIST MISSION NonCatholics Only to Bo Admitted to New York Church There will be a careful watch to keep Catholics out of the church of the Paulist fathers at Fiftyninth street and Jinth avenue during the coming week All persons presenting themselves after a certain hour today will be met at the door by sentinels and questioned as toI their religion says the New York Sunday World If they reply that they are Cath olics the sentinel will say Sorry no admittance If they are Protestants they will be told to come right in The only way by which a Catholic can secure ad mission is by being accompanied by a ProtestantThe fathers are conducting a mission for nonCatholics and they want to make sure that it is really persons either of no religious belief or of a de nomination other than Catholic that they are addressing The two priests of the Paulist society who are to preach at this mission are Father Elias Youman of Calcutta and Father Burke This mis sion for nonCatholics will last till next Sunday Besides conferences lectures and sermons it will in clude the answering in public of dog matic questions and objections from the audience formulated in letters placed in the Question Box After the mission follows a week of inquery when those who may have been moved by the ex position of the fathers will have an op portunity of obtaining detailed instruc tion preparatory to embracing the Catholic faith Cardinal Gibbons ten years ago said that the Catholic church in this country makes some 60000 converts annually Queried recently on the same subject he refused to give definite figures but said that the annual average number of con varts has since then considerably in creased NARROWESCAPE Officer Dan Sexton Again Saves Officer Tom Connell Officer Tom Connell one of the best men on the local police force had his second narrow escape from injury within one week last Saturday night being again saved by the prompt action and coolness of Officer Dan Sexton Early in the week while attempting to board an electric car at Sixth and Green streets the motorman started while he was stepping up on the platform throwing him and catching his arm in such a manner that he was dragged until Seventh street was reached where the people who saw him succeeded in having the car stopped Luckily Officer Sexton who happened to be standing on the rear platform saw his danger and by super human effort held his brother officer in such position that he escaped being caught under the wheels Saturday night again when trying to board a West Market street car his foot slipped and he came near being crushed under the wheels but for the second time Sexton caught him this time haul ing him to the platform the only injury sustained being a severely sprained ankle Persons should take warning and not try to get on the street cars till they come to a full stop It is a wonder there are not more accidents as but few cars stop as they should MEETS WITH FAVOR An effort is being made by the parishioners of St Augustines church in Jef feraonville to raise funds with which to erect a monument to the late Father Ernest Audran Father Audran spent the greater part of his life in Jefferson villc and the suggestion to thus perpet uate his memory meets with favor OWN YOUR HOME They are a wise young man and woman who start out in their marrie life in a home of their own in someplace where they will have green grass about their house even if it is only a few feet It makes no difference how humble or how modest the house may be The smallest box of a house with a plot of green is a temple of common sense compared to the finest fiat or boarding house in the city If there is anything appropriate this life it is that young people should live somewhere whereeach day they can see their own unfolding lives reflected In the unfolding works ofnature There is no beginning in the same sense to a young married life so true so wise so llasting and so satisfactory as that No life in a city is comparable with that which is lived in a small house with green things growing over and around it where Gods pure sunshine bathes and sweeten every side of the house during the day and where the surest lifegiving odors that God give to hU children the thingsareeblotrn j a t FAVORS EUCHRE Excellent Moans of Providing Amusement For Society People Handsome Sums Have Boon Realized For Charitable Purposes Establish Pleasing Social Relations Between Old and Young SPIRITED CONTESTS FOR THE PRIZES The social season now coming to ia close has been a most enjoyable one iin Louisville scarcely a night passing with out its reception dance or euchre party the latter perhaps being the most popular form of amusement Indeed progressive euchre seems to have taken a firmer hold Upon society this year than ever before This is because it can be indulged in by larger numbers and with less formality than the majority of society functions and the contest for prizes lends an added spirit that attracts many who would otherwise be practically retired from the social whirl Another feather that popu larizes this exciting game is that by this means funds may be raised for the pro laudableIgenerous disposition There Is scarcely a charitable organization in this city hut that has by this means entertained its members and friends and augmented its treasury during the past winter And the amount of distress they have thereby relieved is almost incalculable notwithstanding that much of the money thus realized has been secured in pushing to completion a number of laudable move ments started in the early fall Among the many mentioned in these columns none were more brilliant than those of the past week which brought together larger crowds and established most pleas ant social relations between old and youngThe euchre and reception given on Friday night of last week by Branch 110 of the Catholic Knights and Ladles of America of NewAlbany attracted the largest gathering ever assem bled in Holy Trinity Hall and was a grand success socially as well as financially Ten elegant prizes were con tested for the lucky winners being Miss Skally Miss Pearl Harbison Mrs Helm Miss Delia Higgins Miss Werner Messrs Receuver Eagan Kirchdorfer John Richards and Golden The lladies of the branch having the affair in charge were so pleased with the results that they have arranged to give another next Monday afternoon and night at Holy Trinity Hall to which they cordially invite all their Louisville and Jeffersonville friends The afternoon game will not be called until 240 oclockin order to give all visitors opportunity to arrive on time Mrs Peter Richards President of Branch 110 will be assisted by prominent ladies and gentlemen of New Albany in receiv lug and all who attend are assured a delightful time Music Hall never appeared brig ter or more brilliant than on last Wednesday afternoon and night when a number of ladies prominent in Louisvilles leading society circles gave a social euchre for the benefit of the Sacred Heart Home on East College street Seven hundred players sat down to the tables the games being in charge of Misses Jennie Giles Nannie Mason Katie Hoffmann Jennie Clark Lena Hoffman and Mrs S D Gillis while Messrs Edward J OBrien and Tom Evans managed the floor While the older people were playing in the afternoon the children were enter tained in the large ball the pupils of the St Mary Magdalene Holy Cross St Charles and St Pauls schools attending in a body After the games refreshments were served and an hour spent in enjoy ment Both halls were required to ac commodate the throng at night when prizes were won by Mrs Katie Porter Misses Katie Alvey Annie Bosse Ella McDermott Bertha Young and Messrs Edward Rausch Will Larkin Andy Schuble A Isaacs and M J Doll Quite a number of useful and valuable articles were donated by friends to be raffled off for the benefit of the home and after the prizes were awarded all who could do so gathered around Messrs Andy Kast Nick Bosler ann John Cole man who had charge of the wheel of fortune The auctioneers kept all in the best of humor and succeeded in emptying many a pocketbook over J200 being realized for the home The Sacred Heart Home while not numbered among the strictly charitable institutions of the city is maintained for the accommodation of deserving women who are alone in the world and who desire congenial associations and comfortable surroundings The present building will scarcely accommodate those there now and it is the desire of the good Sisters to purchase the adjoining lot and erect thereon an addition to the home which has been in existence for a number of years having been founded by Mrs Pyne With the money now on baud and that realized front the euchre jt ie hoped to accomplish the desired epd Cffae ladiese credit fur their xcellentmaneement- n i q PROMOTED Will Mackin Made General Manager of Buttojj8 Grocery 3 Will Mackins host of friends throughout the city are congratulating hint upon his deserved promotion Abut four years ago A Button Sons added to their many grocery stores the one at j Seventh and Oak streets and among the young clerks engaged was William J Mackin nephew of the latp Father Mackin and well known in the West End where he lived until his removal to LimerickBy affable manner and strict at tention to business he contribu ed much to the success of his employers vho have shown their appreciation by making him the general manager of ttteir store This recognition by a firm that does the largest grocery business in Louisville speaks vell for the young IrjahArner scan whose example might well be fol lowed by many of our young tnn S U LENTEN SEASO I Regulations to Be Observed in the Diocese of Louisville t The holy season of Lent begins Wednesday and impressive services will be held in all Catholic churches r Right Rev Bishop McCloskey has41uedthe JriTythe Louisvillel diocese All the week days of Lent from Ash Wednesday to Easter Sunday are fast days of precept on one meal with the allowance of a moderate collation in the eveningThe excuses from the obligation of fasting but not of abstinence from flesh meat except in special cases of sickness the infirm those who are at taining their growth those whose duties are of an exhausting or laborious char acter women in pregnancy or nursing infants and those who are enfeebled by old age The following dispensations are granted for this diocese by the authority of the Holy See FirstThe use of flesh meat as also of eggs is permitted at every meal on the Sundays of Lent and at the principal meals on Mondays Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays with the exception of Saturday in Ember week and Holy SaturdaySecondCustom also allows the use of eggs butter milk etc at the evening collation and also at the principal meal on the days on which the use of flesh meats js forbidden Third The quality of food allowed at a collation in this diocese is bread fruit salads vegetables and cold fish FourthA small piece of bread with a cup of coffee tea or choclate can betaken in the morning FifthWhere it is not convenient to take the principal meal at noon it is law ful to invert the order and take collation in the morning and dinner in the evening Sixth Drippings and lard may be used in the preparation of the kinds of food which are permitted SeventhOn Sunday there is neither fasting nor abstinence but fish can not be used with flesh meat at the same meal on any Sunday during Lent EighthThose who are exempt from the precept of fasting can partake of flesh meat at every meal during the day when by special indult flesh meat is per milled at the special meal The time for fulfiilling the Easter precept of communion in the diocese extends from the first Sunday in Lent to Trinity Sunday inclusive By virtue of the indult granted to us by the Holy See March 15 1895 we permit to all workingmen and their families the use of flesh meat once a day on all fast days and abstinence days throughout the year with the exception of Friday Ash Wednesday the Wednesday and Saturday of Holy Week and the eve of Christmas Those who are exempt from the obliga thou of fasting arc free to take meat more than once in the days mentioped Those who avail themselve1 of the in dull are not allowed the use of flesh meat and fish at the same meal and they are earnestly exhorted to perform some other act of mortification such as abstinence frolUhstoxlcatingliquor The vacancies In the Board of Directors of the School ofReform havr bees filled by the election of Ho Joe T ONealt U s aitc1BefltreHII SOCIAL SEASON Brought to a Happy Close by the Hibernians of the West End Reception For Those Who Assisted at the Social Sessions Euchre Vocal and Instrumental Music Refreshments and Dancing DIVISION 3 MAKES SCORES OF FRIENDS Monday night at Hibernian Hall took place the last social session and reception of the season of Division 3 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and what memories it evoked It was the one en tertainment at which all met on an equal footing There were neither cliques nor sets and Messrs John Cavanaugh Denny Coleman Lawrence Mackey Thomas Quinn Patrick Walsh Will Burns and Hugh J Higgins worked hard for the success of the affair which was indeed enjoyed by the many invited guests as well as membersof the division Once a month during the past winter this enterprising division representing the West End has held a social session many young ladies and gentlemen not members of the order participating in the entertainment at loss of time and expense These socials have added much to the reputation of Division 3 and were a source of great enjoyment to the members But with the approach of the Lenten season festivities cease until next fall and with their usual thought fulness the Literary and Entertainment Committee determined to make this one that would not besoon forgotten sparing no effort in their endeavor to make it surpass in every way all that had pre ceded it The hall was brilliantly illuminated and the evenings entertainment began with a euchre twelve handsome and valuable prizes being contested for Pre ceding the games John Green who pos sesses an exceptionally fine voice sang a sentimental ballad and was warmly apt plauded Edwin Sabree also made many friends singing excellently = LSVhenSthe Roses Bloom Again and responding to the hearty encore with the Fatal Rose of Red Little Misses June and Lee james also made hits with their comic songs and a pleasing sketch by Messrs McAtee and Bauer brought the prelim inary entertainment to a close Misses Julia and Mamie Kelly presided at the piano in a charming manner Promptly at 0 oclock all who desired to play were seated and progressive euchre was played as never before every table but one being necessary to accomo date those who wanted to capture the elegant trophies The awards were made at 10 oclock the fortunate winners being Misses Mamie Sullivan Mlle Rousche Maggie Connelly Mrs James Coleman Mrs Mary Ijames and little Tunstal Ijames Messrs John Richard Edward L Sabree James Treacy Martin J Ford Thomas Coleman and Edward Kelty who received prizes in the order named By a strange coincidence nearly all were won by residents of Twentieth street who were quite exultant over their skill as players All were invited to be again seated when an abundance of refreshments were sesved Wathen furnishing the cream and cakes When all were satisfied the tables Were removed and an exhibition of fancy cake walking was given by John Tracy and June Ijames and Tim Golden and Miss Lids Meagher who by their in imitable evolutions caused Tiearty laughter Then dancing followed until the hour for dispersing when all lleft for home with words of praise for the hospi tality of this great Irish organization FACTS OP INTEREST Baby carriages propelled by electricity are in use in Paris In all countries more marriages take place in June than in any other month Great Britain has a longer coast line than any otber nation in Europe It measures 2765 miles with Italy second 2472 wiles Russia ranks third and France fourth- Anarrangement has just been made whereby the Berlin gas lamps in the streets will be lighted automatically and simultaneously by means of an electric attachment The current will be switched on from the central station and a spark will ignite the gas which will be turned on by a special apparatus England is only second in Europe in point of trains Whereas her fastest trains are put down as traveling close on fiftyfive miles per hour France shows upward of fiftyeight miles German trains come next with about fiftyone miles and Belgium fourth with forty nineThe strongest animals exist entirely oa vegetable food It is the ferocity of the lion rather than his strength that makes him so formidable An elephant is a match for several lions and is a vegetarian The animals with most speed and endurance the horse the reindeer and antelopeare all vegeta riansulK8ariH divers have not yet sue M kd in reaching 300 feet below the a r 0 surface with all the advantage of armor air supply and weights to sink them The effort has been made to reach ai wreck in 240 feet of water The accounts state that at 130 feet the diver began to experience serious trouble At 200 feet after suffering terribly he lost conscious nessNorways population is the smallest in Europe compared with her area Each of her inhabitants could have forty acres of land while the Briton would have to be content with less than acre 1 L KENTUCKY BEAUTIES They Are Rivaled Only by Girls of the Emer ald Isle Editor Kentucky Irish American There are few Kentuckians I believe who would be willing to conceds the superiority in beauty grace and charm of the maidens of any land or clime over their owu charming lassies of town or countryside Glorious in person song andstory and as much admired abroad as at home it would seem impossible to find their equals anywhere in the world But I find in the San Francisco Argonaut an individual opinion that would set aside our estimate of our own incom parable girls The writer says If asked Where are the prettiest girls in the world I will immediately reply in Limerick Ireland There is a freshness of face lustrousness of eyes healthful ness of color and complexion about the Limerick girls en masse that carry off the sweepstakes trophy The girls of Cork and of the lakesin fact of the country all the way down from Dublin are somewhat of the Limerick order In form they constitute a happy medium between the rotund English maids across one channel and the sylphlike Parisian demoiselles beyond the other But the Limerick face is the perfection of femal- ebeautya human ceramic without a blemish The Limerick girl is also the highest example of exquisite wit and in genuousnessan extraordinary assimila tion to be sure In other words while she is not insensible of her sparkle of words she seems like one who has never looked frequently into a mirror She has regular and sometimes very pretty teeth and if her nose is often inclined to retrousse and there is an Irish expres sion of mouth these but add piquancy to her other beautiful features 5 DELMONTSDEDICATE j WI tI rIi41i HillrfmlIl New Amusement Hall With Banquet and Interest Ing Exercises Monday night the friends of the Del mont Club to the number of 1600 assembled to assist in the dedication of the new 7500 amusement hall just completed under the supervision of Architect Charles Meyer The guests were given a cordial welcome and good fellowship was the distinguishing feature of the celebration The preliminary dedicatory exercises took place in the fine new bowling alleys Messrs Harry Weissinger Marion Taylor Postmaster Baker and Bob Brown rolling the first balls down the alleys Then adjourning to the assembly hall another new feature four hundred were seated at tables the big banquet being gracefully presided over by the popular Prisident George W Humbert There was plenty to eat and drink and two bands of music After the banquet toasts were responded to and high praise bestowed upon the Delmont Club which is in every sense a creditable social organization and de serves the magnificent success achieved during its short career The Delmont has been a prominent factor lin the social affairs of the East End and now its membership includes some of the best known citizens of the city Women also are frequently honored by the club with euchres and receptions in which all the privileges of the organization are ac corded the fair guests SULLIVAN AND DONAHUE The Mardi Grns festivities at New Orleans which take place next week will attract hundreds of thousands to the Crescent City and for the protection of the visitors Chief of Police Jennie has asked the assistance of the most noted detectives in the United States It is gratifying to note that among those for whom he has made special request are two members of the Louisville depart ment Chief William Sullivan and Martin Donahue who left for New Orleans Wednesday No detective department in the country bears a finer reputation than that of Louisville pence our freedom from the notorious criminals that infest large cities KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Hon William S McNary of Boston Past Deputy Supreme Knight of the Knights of Columbus is in the Southwest where he will organize at least two new councils This is the first time the great southwestern country has been invaded by this society His workwill be done in part in Albuquerque New Mexico and El Paso Texas The coun cit in Albuquerque will be instituted in the shadow of a Catholic church lhetwas built fifty years before tbe Pilgrims landed on Cape Cods ahoresand near the spot where the first mesa was sale br ttd in the United States early In the sixteenth cjotury L BANQUETED Irish Members of Pnrliniuont Hero to Complete Irish League llc ltiiontl and Devlin Expect to Remain SeveralrMouths 1 The Former Ono of the Readiest Speakers On the Irish Benches DEVLIN A SUCCESSFUL ORGANIZER William Redmond M P the brother of the Chairman of the Irish party accompanied by Joseph Devlin who have steamshipCymricIrish party to complete the organizing of the United Irish League throughout the United States and Canada William Redmond has been in America several times and is well known to the leaders in the Irish movement here He is one of the most active readiest speakers on the popularInJosephDevUnHe is in business in Belfast where he has a high reputation as a platform speaker and organizer Redmondexpects to remain in the United States two or three months but Devlin will stay until the work of the mission is satisfactorily accomplishedBoth slxtytwoIrishquet in the House of Commons on the departureAsdining rooms an American plan was adopted on the suggestion of Edward Blake MP the two delegates standing shakinghandsdidnot deem it advisable to leave the Precincts of the House of Commons for their banquet lest the Government take advantage their absence to carry Some opposedWilliam wife a charming Australian lady of an Irish family who was with her husband onsolPeotuisJo n toAmericatt w The United Irish League is spreading rapidly throughout the country a large number of branches being already in process of formation Branches of the inProvidencetwelve branches have been organized in Chicago St Louis has also thrown itself into the movement with enthusiasm Judge Thomas Morris being the principalmover in the work Wor BInghamtonalso making arrangements to organize the League William Redmond MP brother of the Irish leader and Joseph Devlin of Belfast will speak in the Hollis Street eveningMarchwill celebrate the anniversary of the birth of Robert Emmet the martyr patriot Mayor Patrick A Collins will speakersThe cityforGEORGE RUHL KILLED Run Over by Street Car and Body Was Terribly Mangled George Ruhl a well known German resident of the East End living at 624 instantlykUledWednesday morning his body being almost severed in two and terribly man gled The unfortunate man was crossing Shelby street near Rapp but did notsee the rapidly approaching car He was struckrby the fender and dragged a surprising distance when the body was forced under the car which had to be raised with jackscrews before the dead body could be removed Mr Ruhl was for many years employed by Harbison Gathrighl Besides his wife he leaves two grown daughters who were pros trated when notified of the awful catas trophe His funeral took place Friday morning from St Vincent de Pauls i church large numbers attending the sad obsequies POPE LOOKS STRONG The Holy Father is looking remark ably well and strong said Bishop Far ley of New York to an American corre spondent in Rome last Saturday Bishop Farley who is Archbishop Corrigans auxiliary in the archdiocese of New York and former District Attorney Philbin of New York had just been received in audience by the Pope I could per ceive no appreciable difference continued Monsignor Harley since I last saw the Sovereign Pontiff several year ago His memory and alertness are ill prodigious as ever Six thousand people greeted Admiral receptiohMonday o 1 6 r IQNTUOKY IRIi lItlNgIS7AlP1 KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflN ievotcd to the Moral and Social Advattcemettt of all Irish Americana Wl74trIA11d tK HIGGINS Publihejr iUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Entered at the Lotsfovllle Postoff Ice as SecondClass Matter 1 iddicriall CommniletUoniiolbe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 Westt Green Street np4a oe COUNCIL 4e oul LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 8 1902 PRINCE OF DIPLOMATS The secular press makes the sig nificunt announcement that the Pope has finished a bull relating to tbe possessions of the friars in the Phi ippines and that Washington already aware of its contents heartil approves of the sovereign Pontiffs recommendations We may be stue beforehand that Leo the greatest statesman of the age has uphel every principle and sacred traditio regarding the inviolability of eccles iastkal property yielding in nothing to the clamors of those wbo would find defects in the titles beld by the religious communities to tbe estates which they occupy in our faraway islands We are glad for the honor of our Government that its course in respect to these much coveted possessions has been in accord with its generally honorable tenor toward ecclesiastical property displaying no eagerness to confiscate in tbe name of the State acres whir rightfully belong to private copora tions writes the venerable Fathe Cronin in the Catholic Union and Times Secretary Roots proposal to buy out the present owners at ia fair market price has at least tbe basis of honesty to recommend it although the advisability of tbe plan may be disputed not only 01 economic but also on several othe groundsOf if Washington con curs in the views of Rome on tbis momentous question voices wil not be wantingto cry out tha Roosevelt has gone to Canossa and that Papal emissaries have gainer a fatal foothold at the White House The fact that Leo the prince of diplomats hts given the only equitable and practical solution of this rather international question will be overlooked by those bigots who would rather have our Govern ment go wrong than acquiesce in ca Papal plan of settlement Ye these disturbers are in the minor ity and we feel cauvinced tha their hostile attitude will have m effect upon the general good sense of our people or upon the deter mination of our Government to re spect the laws of justice in th disposition to be made ofthese re ligious possessions The ready compliance of the United States authorities with the plan proposed by the sovereign Pontiff instead of humiliating our Government will exalt it in the eyes of all lovers of justice nc matter of what creed or nationality and will be certain to contribute as much if not more than any other factor in bringing speedy peace tc the distracted Philippines The courtesy displayed by the Holy Father in acquainting the authorities af Washington with the terms of his plan relative to the settle ment of the question before pub lisping it to the world at large indicates a delicacy and prudence not always present in the transac tions of thee purely secular dip lomatConfident of his own position trusting likewise to the fairminded spirit of the American people and their representatives the Head of Christendom fearlessly commits himself to an exact statement of the case under issue proposing at the same time the only equitable tJsolution of a question which if allowed to drag its weary length along might involve Catholics and the sects in disgraceful religious i controversy The apostolic vigor of Leo his training and experience injionorable statecraft the personal sanctity of the man and the mo uwiitous nature of the question to be settled will make the forth coming pronouncement of the Holy Father one of the most remarkable and widely read publications of the age With the faith which children have in their great Father Catholics feel assured beforehand that the best thoughts of the times the soundest principles of equit and the most unswerving loyalt to the traditions of mother church will be revealed not only to us who cherish his every word but to those who long for solid doctrin whether of Church or of State PRINCE HENRYS VISIT All Americans agree with the New York World in its declaratiot that it would be a great mistake to regard Prince Henrys visit as only a special expression of the desire of the Kaiser and his Government to honor and compliment this coun try It is that and much more The German people and the Em peror are one in this matter If there were any doubt on this point it would be completely dispelled by the unanimous voice of the im portant newspaper editors of Berlin Every German sincerely wishes and confidently hopes that Prince Henrys visit will vastly contribute toward confirming and drawing closer the cordial relations between the German and American nations says Dr Wilhelm Lauser of the official NordDeutsche Allegemeine Zeitung Dr Kobner editor of the National Zeitung organ of the Na tional Liberal party declares that the object of the Prince is to fos ter the idea that good will and friendly feeling should be preserved between the two nations Editor Bachmann of the Vossische Zei tung says the wish of ell true Germans who love their country is that Prince Henrys visit will cement the relations between the two countries Dr Kronsbein of the semiofficial Post declares that in going to greet the great Amer ican nation the Kaisers brother is accompanied by the warmest sympathies of the German nation Editor Streit of the Borsen Courier the leading financial paper of Berlin refers to the warmth of the reception the American people are preparing for Germanys royal envoy and says it must tend to solidify the good relations of the two countries Dr Barth leader af the chief radical party in the Reichstag is as warm in his ap proval of the Princes object as are the Government organs It is he observes of the utmostimport ince for Germany to have the friendship of the American people lad to cherish it in every direction CIVILIZATIONS COMPARED A few days ago a great secular niversity the Northwesternre fused point blank to admit women as students of medicine We have tad numerous mournful shrieks since the refusal but the faculty has stood the abuse heroically The Northwestern will not be a tarty to the making of any more women doctors And over in Scotland as recorded in our columns last week the trustees of one of that coun trys leading hospitals unceremoni iusly turned out a Catholic woman toctornot because she was a latholie but because she was a woman Both these incidents took place in Protestant countries and in lands moreover that boast their iberality and progress writes the ditor of the Catholic Telegraph Nevertheless if we look back to he despised Catholic Middle Ages we find Catholic women who were c lawyers doctors teachers eve university professors As a rule the socalled new woman has a mighty grievance against the churchor imagines she has yet it is a fact that women receive greater justice in the Catholic ages than they do now Moreover it is an undeniable fact that at tbis very moment the Catholic University of Fribourg admits women Itto the study of medicine and confers diplomas upon them We great furthermore from Spanish exchanges that there are wome doctors over in Catholic Spain The socalled new woman ought enlarge her horizon Evidently her view is not sufficiently broad She is looking at the church and thinks she sees it instead she sees the cloud of abuse which intolerance has been pouring around i it for centuries Were she to come a little closer she would probabl change her opinion It would surprise her no doubt to learu that Catholic nuns have been urge by Bishops to vote over in Australia and that last summer the Belgian Catholic party offered to accept the Socialists demand tha women be allowed to vote in tha country The church is not the monster some people persist in painting her CONTRASTS Analysis of the interesting censu bulletins issued last week giving comparative figures of our great industries for 1890 and 1900 iis well worth while It affords the first body of evidence covering the entire country and bearing on thi actual influence of trusts upon pro duction prices and wages Betweei 1890 and 1900 the number of flouring and grist mills increased by nearly jooo the capital invested in them increased over 1000000 and annual value of their product by 47000000 The total numbe of wageearners employed was de creased by 10000 and the total wages paid decreased by 435000 The flouring and grist mill industry is completely controlled by trusts In sharp contrast is the story told by the census figures on the cheese butter and milk factorieswhich- are not yet trustowned Withit the same ten years the number o such factories has almost doubled the capital invested and the yearly value of the product have both beet doubled At the same time the number of wageearners has slightly increased and the total wages pair have increased by 1748000 a yeas nearly 40 per cent This comparison is both interesting and in structive Sufficient money has been ex pended by the organized working men of Kentucky in maintaining committees at Frankfort in an endeavor to secure legislation bene ficial to the breadwinners of the State to have paid the campaign expenses and elected enough mem bers to pass all bills that are neces sary What the workingmen need in the Legislature is votes and the only sure way to secure them is to elect Senators and Representatives from their own ranks All that bas been accomplished by the com mittees who visit Frankfort during the past twenty years is not worth i fig Isnt it about time the labor leaders gave this plan a trial Tley surely are not afraid their fellows will throw them down too Give your own boys a chance and you will accomplish much more Who will crack this nut Why is it Senator Hill the great New York democrat who passes through Louisville today with the Albany Burgess Corps bound for New Orleans will receive no recognition rom Henry Watterson who has won fame as an entertainer of Republican leaders It may be be cause Hill is traveling with a Republican military organization and again it may not Henrys Democracy seems to have under tone another change Day by day the fact is developed hat England was not the friend of he United States at the time of the outbreak of the war with Spain The German Foreign Office has ins oli dorsed the statement that the Brit ish Government initiated the un successful movement to havetbe big powers oppose our Government And Britain always treacherou and brutall still hates America Dont forget this Once more the Kentucky Legislature has killed the bill creating a State Bureau of Labor In no State is such a bureau more needed than Kentucky and the fear tha certain persons would be appointee to the positions it created will not be accepted by the organize workers as sufficient reason for its defeat Of all the promises mad the laboring men before the elec lion npt one has yet been fulfilled Knocked out all around unabl to secure the Mayors chair or a seat in the Directory of the Water Company Paul Booker Reed has decided to light out for Mexico declaring Louisville is doomed The cat will come back Lent begins Wednesday and aU Catholics should this year observe the holy season with more that the ordinary devotions The time for the return of such as have fallen away from their church has arrived SHORT AND BRIEF The British losses in South Africa up to January 31 reach the enormous total of 131240 The total force of the Doer never aggregated half that number The bill making Labor day a legal holiday was passed by the Kentucky House last Tuesday It is now in UK Senate and will be reported favorably some time next week The British Government has declined Hollands offer of mediation that the war against the Doers might be brought to an end declaring that if the South Africans want peace they must negotiate direct The outlook for fall racing at Douglas Park is rather gloomy the Western Jockey Club having refused the application for the removal of disqualification and for the assignment of dates for sa meetingThe House Committee oa Elections has reported in favor of McKenzie Moss who contested the seat of Hon John S Rhea Congressman from the Third Kentucky district Rheas friends will renominate him again- Representative Cochran of Missouri Introduced a resolution Wednesday in the House inviting President Kruger tc visit the United States as a guest of the country the sum of 25000 to be used in defraying the expenses of his entertain mentThe Kaisers gift to President Roose velts daughter Miss Alice in connection with the coming visit of Admiral Prince Henry is to be a diamond studded gold jewel case The center lid bears the por trait of the Kaiser in enamel and the Imperial monogram in diamonds The State capitol bill has been made a special order for next Wednesday in the lower house of the Kentucky legislature mud a lively fight and close finish is anticipated Its fate will be determined by the action of the Representatives as the Senators strongly favor the measure Fire that raged for ten hours Sunday night wiped out the best business section of Waterbury Conn causing a loss of over 3000000 The fire started in the big store of the Reid Hughes Dry roods Company on Bank street and the angry flames devoured over four acres of the best buildings in the city A grave scandal has developed in the British War Office it being charged that here has been a tremendous waste of the peoples money and that millions have gone into the pockets of horse buyers for the South African troops Other vast urns have been squandered on meat and army supplies in Cape Colony In the louse of Commons Major Arthur Lee declred that he had been offered the ervices of the chief horse expert of the United States army as adviser in the purchase of American horses for the Iritish army CLANCY RESIGNS Mr W P Clancy who for the past ten years has been Vice President and ieneral Manager of the Louisville Packing Company resigned his position last week because of failing health During this long time he has been ever popular with the hundreds of employes of the mammoth concern every one of whom regrets his departure It is probable that Superintendent John Moran than whom there ia no one more experienced or more successful in the packing business will succeed Mr Clancy His appointment would give almost universal satisfaction snda11 hope that it will bs confirmed byre Messrs Cudahy LONG LIFE ENDS Michael McDermott aged ninetyfive ears died Thursday afternoon at his homet J105 Dumesnll street Deceased was the father of Michael McDermott with the Kentucky Stove Company andwas a man remarkable in many ways He was a native of Ireland where he learned the carpenter trade before coming to America fifty years ago at which he orked until Ue was ninety years old ntil quite recently his sight was good and he had the use of all his faculties He only began to fail before Christmas but it was thin seen that the end was- not far off Hit funeral takes place this orning froa StLouis Bertrtads march U S9 SOCIETY Ji i F W Barry was here from Lexingto for a few days this week Jack Lowry who last week sailed for Europe will not return before fall Mrs Edward S Monahan visited friends at Bowling Green this week Mrs George H Wilson entertained a number of her friends at euchre yesterday Mr and Mrs John OLeary of Chicago are the guests of Mrs George Wi sonMiss Sallie OCouner has returned from a months visit with her sister at Pensacola Fla Mr and Mrs Patrick Glynn of 722 West Oak street are home after a pleasant visit with friends at Upton Ky Miss Margaret Thornton who has been visiting Mrs Samuel Boyle left Monday for her home in Lexington Col Isaac F Whitesides and wife leave tonight for New Orleans They may visit Cuba before returning Miss Minnie Moriaritys host of friends and admirers will rejoice to learn that she is convalescing from a severe attac of grip Sylvester Rapier and his pretty daugl laweekHaven Mrs Thomas Hayes and Miss Georgi Hayes will leave for Atlanta and the South where they expect to remai some time James H Mahoney a well know resident of Nelson county who was here for a few days left the first part of the week for New Haven Mat Klarer one of New Albanys best known citizens who has been quite iill pf grip at his home on Spring street iiis reported on the road to recovery Miss Myrtle Reasor of New Albany and Miss Fannie Banet of this city left Tuesday for New Orleans to visit friend and attend the Mardi Gras festivities Robert Higgins who has been ill of typhoid fever at the Graysonstreet In firmary is now convalescent and hope to be able to bejemoved to his home nex week Miss Anna McGill who fell Monda and ran a rusty nail in her knee sustain ing an Injury that was thought would prove serious is doing nicely at her horn in Jeffersonville The marriage of Edmund Driscoll of Jeffersonville and Miss Cora Lee Burk hart was solemnized Wednesday evening at Vine Grove They will make their home in this city Mrs Cornelius McNamara left Tuesda night for her home in Keokuk Iowa after an enjoyable visit of several week with her parents Mr and Mrs Maurice Coll in Jeffersonville Judge John McCann was in Frankfort Thursday where be was given a cordia reception by citizens and others con nected with the State government whet he represented this city in the Senate Miss Henrietta Von Shraeder of New York who has been with Miss Margare Coleman for several weeks has returned home The fair visitor received much social attention and made many friend here Mrs Frank B Burke who had been ill for several weeks at the home of relative in Jeftersonville asa result of malaria fever was able to leave for Indianapolis on Thursday She was accompanied bj her husband Announcement has been made of the approaching marriage of Clarence Ken nedy and Miss Patti Allen both well known people of Jeffersonville The bride elect is the lovely daughter of Mrs WIlliam Allen Miss Mary E Nolan entertainedsev eral of her friends at her home 228 Seventeenth street Tuesday night in honor of Misses Carrie and Lucy Otto tad Dr Van Meter Vocal gad instru mental music were features A pretty wedding was solemnized by- Rev Dean Pallor at St Marys church Thursday morning the contracting parties being Joseph II Roth and MisS elena Sohn well known and highly esteemed young people of New Albany Master Willie Norton is confined to his home on Second street where he is undergoing treatment for threatened typhoid fever His physician said yesterday there was no immediate danger and hat his patient would soon be out again Among the many marriages of the past reek none exceeded in interest that of Thomas E Scanlon and Mary Fleming rho were united in the bonds of matrimony Thursday when they were showered with congratulations by their numerous friends Messrs Allen Kinney Pink Varble and Howard Wedekemper are in Salt Lake City making arrangements for the ccomodation of the two hundred Louis vil1e Elks who will accompany Exalted Luler Fitzgerald to the annual reunion next August Miss Marie the lovely daughter of inley Shuck and Rodney H Baldwin of Nicholasville were married at the home of the brides parents in Lebanon on Wednesday by the Very Rev Joseph A Hogarty Both are well known throughout the State We are pleased to announce that Mrs Mary Constantine an aged lady who is held in high esteem in Catholic society ircles is again able to call upon her I L- In fronds after an illness of rheumatism that has confined her for three mouths to her residence 111 Hill street The many friends of Tint Lyous manager of Hibernian Hall will regret to learn of the dangerous illness of his estimable wife at the family residence COO Eighth street Mrs Lyons was taken tuddenly ill Sunday night sine which time she has been unable to leav her bed Prof Thomas OHagan the wet known Canadian essayist and lecturer passed through Louisville Tuesday on his way to Nazareth and Loretto where he will deliver a series of lectures Prol OHagan is the author of Canadian Essays He has visited Louisvill frequently and has numerous friend here The Night Hawk Euchre club was pleasantly entertained Tuesday evening by Mrs Richard J Curran at her beautiful home 237 East Ormsby avenue The parlors were handsomely decorated and the favors exquisite After the game the guests were seated to an elegant luncheon Mrs Curran is indeed an ideal hostess William Duddy and Miss Alice Hickey well known young people of the West End were quietly united in marriage by Rev Father Conniff and it was not until Tuesday that the pleasing news was made known to their many friend They had long been sweethearts and the announcement was no great surprise as they were both known to be adverse to any ostentatious display The Married Womans Club of Holy Trinity church New Albany gave another of their delightful social and euchr parties last Tuesday afternoon and night which was largely attended These progressive ladies have done good work during the past few mouths and will contribute much toward the imprvement contemplated by the Rev Father Kell before the jubilee celebration Mr and Mrs Patrick McCarthy entertained the members of their euchre club at a reception and luncheon this week at their home 1952 Floyd street The evening was pleasantly spent several vocal solos being exquisitely rendered The ladies prizes were captured by Mrs John J Flynn and Mrs Thomas BI Leahy the gentlemen winners bein Messrs George T Ryder and John J Caffrey The euchre and social Wednesday night under the auspices of St Edward Cadets at St Josephs Hall was as suc cessful socially and otherwise as any eve given by a Catholic society in Nev Albany It was a proud night for the young men of this progressive organization who are now beginning to realiz their popularity Lieut John Marte and the Cadets made all strangers feel at home with them A delightful surprise euchre was tendered Miss Mayme OBrien at her home 320 Ekin avenue New Albany Wednesday evening The prizes wen won by Mrs Clarence Livingston Mrs nary Parsons Miss Bridget Lannon Miss Ida Knirhim George Loebig Mike Thornton John Oetkins and Henry heeler Miss OBrien entertained her riends in a charming manner and the vening was most happily spent Miss Rosa Regan and Frank McHal were married Monday afternoon at St ecilias church The wedding was a quiet one only the relatives and a few of their intimate friends being present Miss Regan is the affable and handsome laughter of Mr and Mrs John Regan 120 Twentyfirst street and a sister of George Regan of the L N railroad Mr McHale is employed by the Southern ailroad in St Louis The bride and room left Monday night for their future home iu that city Miss Laura Miller and Eugene Klein were married Tuesday evening by the Rev Father Walsh at Sacred Heart lurch The attendants were Miss Minnie Wintergerst of Jeffersonville a cousin of the bride and John Klein brother of the groom Mr and Mrs Klein left on a twoweeks wedding trip and after March 1 will be at home in St- outs where the groom has accepted a position with the Southern Railway Construction Company The wedding was to have taken place one week ago but wing to the death of the brides brother nlaw Edward McDonald it was postponed nl J Cronin and bride of Lexington who have been spending a few days in this city leave today for Frankfort where they will visit with friends The appy couple were married Wednesday morning Rev Father Cronin rector of- St Patricks this city and a brother of- the groom performing the ceremony The bride is one of the fairest and most accomplished young women of the Bluegrass region Mr Cronin is a young man well known in Catholic circles for years a prominent leader of Barry Council of- the Young Mens Institute While here they were called upon and congratu lated by hosts of friends and well wishers Miss Louise Pulford entertained at euchre Monday evening Among those resent were Misses Annie Burns Mary Ruffe Lula Ratterman Nora and Margaret Moriarity Mayme Schrorer Della Martin Katie Costello Mayme Goettel lorence Montgomery Anna and Mayme Ismiller Katheryn Martin Mary Powers Annie Bredemau Minnie Baldis Katie Burns ana Sophia Pulford Messrs Jim Donahue Henry Grassman George hlman John Grogan Mal Shaughnessy Charlie Ratterman Louie Dressing Mart cKenzle Ed Ratterman Rob Vance Henf Leach Phil Wussler Will Reil ing Will Barfield Clarence Ledwith Henry Bredeman Charles Schwatzler Mr and Mrs George Schumate and Mrs Barfield Misses Fannie and Mary Alice Weller tertained the Philomathea Club in- honor I of Miss Forest Hlggiusof Denver J Up Stair Over Cncllth Woolen nuts sorlrI 1 One Door West of the Dig Store IDEAL DENTISTRY 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 AI BRORING DIDI S PROPRIETOR GO TO = BRUNNSFOR WATCHES DIAMONDS JEWELRY Here can be found everything suitable for wedding and birthday presents- A large stock of handsome Clocks at prices within the reach of all Repairing of all kinds done promptly and at reasonable prices 530 West Market Str- eet6U1RSON A Complete Assortment of the Latest Styles and Best Makes of i Cooking and Heati- ngSTOVES Cast and Steel Ranges TELEPHONE 821 214 Market Street Near Second dOHN DRODERICKij 432 to 440 E Main St Louisville- KENTUCKYr WAGONN FACTORYr lIIANUltCtURJtS Platfprm Spring Dump Wagons and Carts Farm Plantation and Spring Wag ons Carts Drays Etc MudTern periug Wheels Mud and Brick Wheelbarrows Work guaranteed SCHUCK WYMAN SALOONPOOL and BOWLING ALLEYS lortheast Corner Eighteenth and Walnut- A place where you can get something good to eat day or night CHAS SCHUCK1 SIXTH AND WALNUT Fine Wines Liquors and Cigars Hot lunch day and night Col last week at their home on Elwood venue in the Highlands Those present were Misses Marian Campbell Ethel Green Eva Dixon Mary Green Ethel Dixon Zora Dixon Viola Meyer Edith Valker Forest Higgins Genevieve itroud Clara Callahan Bessie Bowman Emma Nevin and Mayuie Callahan and Jessrs Wilt Heick John Rommel Rob Rommel David Weller Holbourn Nevin lerbert Gramig Charles Pomeroy Irvin Fox Butler Longest Arthur Fox Frank toll Dan Gray Albert Meyer John Little and Henry Sweets Miss Higgins who is one the seasons most attractive Isitors left for Denver Tuesday She has made friends during her stay in Louisville who regret her departure MEMORIAL SERVICES A large audience including many eople of denominations other than the ewish assembled at the Temple Adas srael Tuesday morning when memorial services were held in honor of the late Rabbi Moses The principal address was elivered by Rabbii Endow and was a masterly effort The musical programme was elaborate and beautiful The new Catholic Cathedral at West minister will be opened three days after- the kings cornation Cardinal Vaughan ceremonyIlltoIi the reservation that nothing unforseen shall intervene to necessitate a postpone mnt n 7 iNTISOIaY IRI H AMERIOAN I Mens and Youths 5 15 and 18 Suits f Overcoats and Ulsters 01t Some of the famous Hart Schaffner I tailormade goods in this lot and MarxImakes All sizes from 32 to 46 all patterns No its not too late to buy wintert iic1othcsatprices like tJ1eseii sLEVYBROSsITHIRD ANTI JVIARJC13JT I 4 M M M M M M M +++Ht++++ H t H H +BANQUETS WEDDINGS 9- i l DI S C RS SMOKms a D Rm PIlO S ALL FURNISHED AND SERVED COMPLETE a mjziieI h Bakery and Confectionery M Upstairs Are the Very Best S E Cor Seventh aud Jefferson Sts i With the Latest Style Round Tables TRY US WITH ORDER TELEPHONE 3213Y M M M M M M M M M + M M tHt I+ M Mt tH M Mt M HiFF44t t M M DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED B- YSENNACKERMAN BREV7ING COMEANYINCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOUISVILLE KY STATIONERS The Bradley Gilbert Co txcoaroRATEDPRIBlank Book Paper Box Manufacturers BIN SRepresentatlnsof the Hammond Typewriter for Kentucky Typewriter Supplies Ribbon etc for all Machines BOOKSELLERSCor Third and Green Sts LOUISVILLE KY JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE Ky Prepare Your Advertisements For Special St Patricks Day Number- Of the Kentucky Irish American Read by Everyone Lessons on Piano r BY Miss Julia Kelly 1731 PORTLAND AVE Terms reasonable to young pupils who join classes no- wHome Seekers Excursions at Very Low Ratesto many points in the following territory Arizona Arkansas British Columbia Colorado Idaho Indian Territory Iowa Kansas Michigan Minnesota Missouri Nebraska New Mexico North Dakota Oklahoma South Dakota Texas Utah Wisconsin and Wyoming over the Big Four Route Selling dates January 21 February 4 and 18 For full information and par ticulars as to rates tickets limits stop BigFourWarren J Lynch General Passenger and Ticket Agent W P Deppe Assistant AgentCincinnati SJ Oates General Agent Louisville Ky BIG FOUR ROUTET- O IndianapolisPeoria CHICAGOAND INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE No 218 Fourth Ave 1i8 J QATI3fr General Agent Louisville Ky WARREN J LYNCH G P A WM P DEPPK A G P A CINCINNATI O S n t e RfAGANJS EXCHANGE S W Cor Preston and Market Wines Liquors andd Cigars FRESH OYSTERS SERVED DAY AND NIGHT In any style ordered Hot Soup and Lunch Sandwiches of all kind- ssPEoIALBest Old Whiskies in bottles and jugs six and eight years old from 200 per gallon up NEARS CENTURY MARK Mr Samuel Spalding one of the most prominent citizens of Marion county this State celebrated his ninetieth birthday anniversary at Lebanon on Thursday over two hundred invitatiops been issued to relatives and friendshavingI Spalding was the first County ofI Marion county and chief organizer of the Commercial Bank the first bank estab fished at Lebanon the name of which was afterward changed to the Marion National Bank and of which he is now President Major W J Lisle and others made appropriate addresses at the cele bration The Spaldings have been prominent since the early days of Ken tucky especially in that section of the State o AWFUL DEATH Walter Slnkhorns Skull IIs Crushed and Both Arms Broken Walter Sinkhorn one of the best men in the citys service met an awful death Sunday morning While making repairs to the fire alarm telegraph line caused by the storm of Saturday night he had to climb a pole covered with ice and sleet in front of Christ Church Cathedral on Second street Just as he reached the top his spurs failed to hold and the un fortunate man was dashed headforemost to the stone pavement his head being crushed and both arms broken at the wrist Tom Devine and John Sinkhorn a brother ran to the injured man but they found him beyond their help They had him at once removed to the City Hospital where he lay unconscious until he died at 830 oclock The deceased was the son of William Sink horn for many years a member of the local police force and keeper at Central station He was unmarried and resided with his aged parents at 1700 Pope street The funeral services were held Thursday morning and were largely attended the Mose Green Club being present in a body GAIN A SEAT The election for member of Parliament in the East Division of County Down to succeed Dr J A Rentoul Conservative elected without opposition in 1000 who was recently appointed a Judge of the city of London has resulted as follows James Wood Land Purchase candidate 3570 Col R H Wallace Unionist 3429 Woods majority 147 The result is that the opposition gains a seat in Parliament James Wood is1 lawyer and farmer and was the pledged nominee of the farmers and laborers unions In his election address Wood said that he was and always had been a Unionist by conviction DIED IN TEXAS Word was received here Monday of the death at Dallas Texas of Miss Geraldine Campion who resided in this city until about a year ago She was the daughter of Ben and Mary Byrne Campion and the news was an awful shock to their Louisville friends Miss Campion who was but twentythree years old was the granddaughter of Patrick Campion who for many years represented the First ward in the Kentucky Legislature Her remains were interred at Dallas MASQUE EUCHRE Monday night a unique entertainment will occur under the auspices of Mackin Council at the club house on Twenty sixth street The young people will have a masque euchre the first of the season and the last of the series given by the Young Mens Institute for the furnishing of their ward in the new St Anthonys Hospital CENTRAL COMMITTEE Next Friday night the Central Com mittee of the Catholic Knights of Amer lea will hold the regular monthly meet ing at St Marys Hall The committee have about 400 in the treasury which many want disbursed and initiatory steps may be taken for a grand union entertainment FASHIONS FOIBLES Spring fabrics are more varied than was ever known before Colored velvet collars are sometimes worn with the black waists the latter by the way being a special feature of even ing dress and being worn with colored skirtsCloth silk and velvet all in one color make a lively combination if tastefully put together but a fourth material seems to be superfluous yet it is the clever combinations which count for so much this season A pretty model for a gray cloth gown shows one of the new skirts with hip yoke and plaits below caught together with herringbone stitch Cord tucks finish the hem aud the bolero is trimmed with chinchilla and lace The difference between the present lace bertha and one of yesterday is in fullness and width There must be very littlejif any of the frilly effect On the contrary it fits the shoulders quite closely with possibly narrow frills for a finish Moire effects very prettily subdued are very much in evidence among the new silks andyou see them in the Louisine silks patterned all over with a mixed shadowy design shading into itself with soft harmonions tints and having no vis ible outline One material applied on another is the order of the day and even lace itself is not elaborate enough for this rapid age without added decoration in the way of velvet and silk applique beside various kinds of embroidery done in colored silks gold thread and tiny imitation jewelsBrocaded silks are here again for gowns of ceremony some of them inter woven with gold and silver thread It is well to notice that the modish velvets are not displayed on the bargain counter to any great extent or we can rest assured that the velvet gown will be the grand mode next winter In some Instances padding is resorted to in order to fill in any possible curve to the figure directly in front Princess velvet gowns are treated in this way sometimes with good effect but this is a movable feature not a fixture in the fashion world and quite dependent on the conditions to be regulated A special novelty brought over this season is French crystalline more silky in finish than any preceding variety The fibre Is mercerized before the fabric is woven giving quite a different appearance from the other mercerized goods It cornea la a variety of colors which are whittIs F 2 1 IRISH SSOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION I 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas J Dolan RogersRecording Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerJohn Mulloy DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thursday Evenings of Each Month PresidentWilliam T Meehan Vice PresidentCon Jt Ford Recording Secretary John J Sullivan Financial Secretary Johu T Kenney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Pouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary =Thos Callahan Financial Secretary Joe P McGinn 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly TreasurerHarry Brady DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First anti Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentWilliam Reilly PresidentRobert Gleason Vice PresidentB Ar Coll Recording SecretaryJohn J Devitt Financial Secretary Frank Hogan Treasurer Michael Kinne- yIRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJoseph Nevin First Vice PresidentThos W Tarpey Second Vice PresidentWm Lawler Recording SecretaryJohn J Flynn Financial Secretary Joseph Byrne TreasurerThomas Keenan SergeantJohn Kenney SentinelTimothy Ly- onsBUCKINGHAM WEEK 9SUNDAYI Matinees Sunday Monday Wednesday Saturday BUTLER JACOBS LOWRYS MERRY MAIDSI HEADED BY JOLLY NELLIE HANL WYAssisted by a Coterie of Laughing and Lithesome Lassies in Two Bright and Sparkling Burlesques See the Original MADISON SQUARE CYCLE WHIRL A whirlwind bicycle race on a miniature track most daring act ever attempted CHARLES L JACQUES Succumbs After Long Strug gle With the Grim Reaper Charles Louis Jacques the nineteen yearold son of Charles N and Eliza Parley Jacques died at the family home 2422 St Xavier street Tuesday at mid night after an illness of several months duration Hopes were entertained for his recovery until last Sunday when pneumonia developed from which time he failed very fast until the end which came peacefully The funeral which was largely attended was held Thursday morning from St Cecilias church where solemn high mass of requiem was offered by Rev Andrew Brady assisted by Rev Father Kallaher and Rev Hugh Brady as deacon and subdeacon the latter preaching a feeling and eulogistic sermon Deceased was a young man of exemplary life peaceful disposition and kindly nature He was popular with all who knew him and his early death is sincerely deplored by hosts of friends many of them made during his short connection with the Kentucky Irish American which he left to take a good position on Main street Words are inadequate to express the feelings of sympathy felt for the bereaved father and mother whose ondest hopes were centered in their noble boy May his soul rest in peace WELCOME VISITOR The Kentucky Irish American was glad to have a visit this week from Mr Daniel McCarthy a prominent Hiber nian and leading citizen of Sandnsky Ohio who arrived here Monday night to be the guest of his brother Patrick Mc Carthy 1952 Floyd street until after St Patricks Day The genial visitor made many friends while here last year who will be glad to again welcome him BAZAR MADE MONEY The bazar given for the Sisters of Mercy Hospital at Spieths Theater in Jeffersonville came to a successful close last night The Sisters have established there one of the finest hospitals in Indi ana which reflects great credit on the Catholics of our i neighboring city Though continuing but three nights a handsome sum wag realized for this worthy institution Protestants showing their appreciation tjy attending in large numbers FINALLYDECIDED Manager Bob Gray has announced that the date of the McGovernSullivan contest has been definitely settled for February 22 Both men are training hard for the bout which means a fortune to the winner and should prove the best fight ever pulled off here Tickets go on sale today but none will be held after next Saturday Dave Sullivan has a host of friends here who expect him to win though Terry is the favorite by a slight margin Three or four wall pockets either in the pantry or on the pantry door are convenient for tie holding of paper twine scissors cheesecloth and materials that are needed constantly re ADVICE TO WOMEN Bishop Scannell Deplores Their Usurpation of Mens Place The Sisters of Mercy of Mount St Marys Academy at Omaha held an entertainment last week for the benefit of the cooking school at which the Right Rev Bishop Scannell presented some new ideas on domestic economy Bishop Scannell deplored the tendency of tbe day to place women in business instead of in the household He said the stringency in the domestic labor market was a direct result of the education of today which is training girls to despise menial tasks The natural result of such educa tion would be a decline physically and intellectually in the race And men he said whose places in business were being usurped by women would have to be come domestics to preserve the social equilibrium THEATRICALS Mary Mantling appears at Macauleys the first half of next week in Janice Meredith followed by The Burgo master presented by the same com pany seen here last year The bill announced for next week at the Temple is good from start to finish and well worth the attention of those who enjoy a lively and diversified enter tainment Jesse Bartlett Davis who is too well known to need introduction heads the list One of the Bravest will make its ap pearance at the Avenue next week This play has the proud distinction of creat ing as much enthusiasm in Great Britain as it has done in America The principal cities in England Ireland Scotland and Wales were covered by Charles McCarthy in the play Most of the engagements were by special request as the various chiefs of fire departments were extremely desirous of witnessing the many devices the fire lighters of New York City use in extinguishing conflagrations and the saving of life All the apparatus etc now in use here and abroad will be seen in the great fire scene of One of the BravestThe Merry Maidens headed by jolly Nellie Hanly will hold the boards at the Buckingham next week and present two new bright and sparkling bur lesques entitled A Gay Time at the Capital andleA Bath Beach Burglar just the kind of productions that are at tractive to people who come on pleasure bent and demand something out of the ordinary divertisement A feature of the performance seen here for the first time will be the original Madison Square Cycle Whirl introducing the champion riders of the country John Lawson the Terrible Swede and Lester Wilson whose act is the most daring ever at tempted The olio is first class introducing a large number of clever artists in inimitable and mirthprovoking acts and the scenery and costumes are elaborate and elegant The usual matinees will be given NEW YARDS WIN The State Railroad Commission de cided the complaint of the Central Stock Yards Company against the Louis ville Nashville Railroad Company in favor of the former Thursday night The Central Stock Yarda Company was sustained upon every contention and thus scores a great victory which will be hailed with delight by shippers and traders SECURED GOOD POSITION The many Kentucky friends of Jerre J Constantine are glad that he has secured the position as assistant telegraph opera tor In the National House of Representa tives Before leaving for Washington he visited St Marys Catholic College near Lebanon where his son Will is being educated His daughter Miss Winnie is at the famous Cardome College where she will remain until the return of her parents Mr Constantines mother re sides in this city- EDITOR f YS DOCTOR A Western paper identity unknown which is a pity for we would be glad to give due creditthus moralizes on the wor2 of the editor as compared with that of the physician The doctor from Algona said that news papers are run for revenue only What in thunder do doctors run for anyway Do they run for glory One good healthy doctors bill would run this office for six mouths An editor works a half day for 3 with an investment of 3000 a doctor looks wise and works ten minutes for 200 with an investment of three cents for catnip and a pill box that costs 137 A doctor goes to college for two or three years and gets a diploma and a string of words the devil himself can not pronounce cultivates a look of gravity that he palms off for wisdom gets a box of pills a cayuse and a meat saw and sticks out his shingle a fullfledged doc tor He will then doctor you until you die at a stipulated price per visit and put them in as thick as your pocketbook will permit An editor never gets his education finished He learns as long as he lives and studies all his life He eats bran mash and liver he takes his pay in tur nips and hay and keeps the doctor id town by refraining front printing the truth about him If we didnt get some glory out of it we would agree to take one of his pills after first saying our prayers If the editor makes a mistake he has to apolo gize for it But if the doctor makes a mistake he buries it If we make one there is a lawsuit tall swearing and a smell of sulphur but if the doctor makes one therels a funeral and cut flowers The doctor can use a word a foot long but if the editor uses it he has to spell it If the doctor gocs to see another mans wifehe will charge the man for the visit If the editor calls on another mans wife be gets a charge of buckshot o u 1llr- jpCUTILLUSTRATIONS 1 ENGRAVINGS ELECTROTYPES ADS ALWAYS GO TO j THE BEST EQUIPPED HOUSE IMIHESOUifls fdiPHONE 554 LIisvillQKy ILLUSTRATIONS FOR CATALOGUES t NEWSPAPERS PERIODI CALS Etc PATENT OfFICE DRAWINGS CNOS and tix PeopletxFor Business Good Employment and Success J CALL OR WRITS FOR Nib INFORMATION r Union NationalI Bid BuildingMAIN Business CollegeSTREETS LOUISVILLE KY i SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOI ON THE IOOIOI uuJnm1wRllb In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J AgentCManagerW WHEN YOU VISIT LIMERICKCALL UPON John Hickey SEVENTH AND OAK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out PLEASANT SURPRISE A delightful surprise party was given Mrs William G Marconi 808 Spring street Thursday evensng Vocal selec tions by Messrs Lon Shelton Will Frey and Mike Metz and a cake walk by Miss Sophia Metz and Lou Shelton were features of the pleasant evenings enter tainment Those present iincluded Misses Lizzie Dunvanc Ida Maylander Amelia and Lula Maylander Alma Graves Te resa aud Lula Somers Dee Smith Gus sie Eggers Belle and Lillie Frew Leola Eberle Sophia Eggers Flora Frey and Anna Belle Monks Messrs Alonzo Shel ton Ab Bachman John Theilmeyer Charles Weibel Will Wallace P F Sutterlin W Frey Charles Dickman Joe Jacobs Joe Herdt Joe Schmitt Elmer Block G Boeckman Tony Boeckman Will Hollinger Fred Duffel Frank Breiuer William Buckle John Shelton John Jacobs Edward Eggers Mike Metz Mrs John Mukes Mr and Mrs Joe Mattman Mrs Dick Smith and Mr and Mrs W J Marcom v 1111inOiS G6lltraIl BEST AND QUICKEST LINE BETWE- ENLouisville MemphisAND New OrleansI Two Fast Trains Daily Ves i tibuled Throughout and Lighted by Gas Cafe Diners Buffet library Cars SleepersFree Car Close Connections to and from Arkansas Texas and the Southwest NEW HOT SPRINGS LINE via MEMPHIS Through Sleeper reservations from ChicagCincinnati Louisville or New Orleans to Hot Springs SleepersThrough From Chicago Cincinnati or Louisville without change and at low rates anyIllinoisW J MCBRIDE City AgentFourth A H Hanson ClikeagoWml A G P A Louisville BO YEARS EXPERIENCE I TRADE MARKS- DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS C Anyone semmng a uelen and deaodvtlon m qutokir ascertain our opinion free whether a CommonsllonaetrIMlfeonndontlalitandbookonlatent aecurlnxDatentsPatentspeelalnotkewithout0 Scientific 1tknJ A htndoomolr Illustrated woeklr Tersest fculatlon of any iclentlflo journal Tertci K M rrJkIMlebDtt j riT1ITIXCIZ IItiISi1 AMERIOAN THIS STATEMENT SHOWS THAT DURING THE YEAR 1901 THE SUN LIFE INSUR ANCECOMPANY OF AMERICA Increased its Assets 15 per cent Increased the Amount of Insurance in Force 12 per cent Increased the Amount of Death Claims Paid 7 per cent Increased its Income 6 per cent In this connection it Is pertinent to state as another evidence of the onward march of the Company that during the year just closed the Sun Life Increased its Field Staff 12 per cent t t t t t + + t t t t + GUILFOYLE CO 320 WEST MARKET ST Have just placed on sale a large and varied assortment of L Unclaimed Suitings t And Trouserings In winter weight goods which can be purchased greatly reduced prices This is a rare chance for dressy men CALL AND EXAMINE1 THEM it t t t 1F FI t 4 +ihidb4irrIiMFrmrrrrrrrI I 1 K RB rTHOMPSON FLORIST ROS BUDS AND FLORAL DESIGNS OUR SPECIALTY TELEPHONE 1OBO 261 West Jefferson Street Louisville Ky 1++++++ 11 1 I I I I I 1I+H He IaDANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN Dougherty KeenonU- NDERTAKERSi 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth TIiJUyIHOTTIIi 12402 All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Oar rlages Furnished for All Occasions uu + T J WATHENS m AM FACTORY MRr BAIERY 629 Eighth St Louisville Ky neap Vanilla and Lemon Creams per gallon 75c srbets all kinds per allon 75- cJach Strawberry and Chocolate per gallon 85c and Euchre Cream per gallon 100 CIRLOTTE RUSSEInestqua1itya11 tbee 25c 85c 60c and up Individuals per dozen Soc lem You will hi pleased All kinds of Fancy Cakes made to order apacity 1600 gallons per day Goods shipped as far aa two hundred miles ine Caken fade dally 5rcnal prices to churches festivals hotels dealer- seydayorde d1etance 2144re tong telephone u- oJ R7 JANUARY 1902 I T H E un Life Insurance Company OF AMERICA HOME OFFIC- ELouisville Ky Statement for I 902 i I mm 1Ju1JnJI f Capitalall paid in 20000000 Assets Gross 87752600 Assets Net 86287000 66105000aof policies force December 31 1001 17103800 Amount of insurance written in 1901uuu12500OOO00A- mount of insurance in force December 31 19012028800000 Death claims paid In1901uuuuu 27381749 Death claims paid in 11 years and four months since organization uu uuuu 130888508 Surplus to polioyholdors uuuouuuu 20182000 Paid polioyholdors cash surrender in 1901u 1706743 Total paid policyholders cash surrender9512771T- he Company Indroasott Its assets during the yoai 19O1 11115600 Increased the number in force 1901uu 10770 Increased the amount in force 1901 215167600 Increased Its income 1001uu 4534700 Increased amount of claims paid 1901l877737 Assets to Liabilities i31 RIGHT START Rousing Meeting Witnesses In stallation of IrishAmer ican Society Officers Nine Applications Received andl Preparations Made For Big Initiation President Flynn Names Stand ing Committees For Com ing Year ELOQUENT ADDRESS BY TOM WALSH Judging from expressions heard everywhere the new administration of the IrishAmerican Society have made the right start The new officers installed Thursday night the ceremonie- being witnessed by an unexpectedly large number of members Though the weather was quite disagreeable Hibernian n Hall was well filled with men who ex pressed themselves as determined to do active work for this patriotic fraternal organization the membership of which they hope to swell to 1000 In the ab sence of exPresident Joe Nevin and the Vice Presidents the installation cere monies were conducted by Thomas D Claire Vice President Tarpey arriving just as they were over Treasurer Tom Keenan and Financial Secretary Will Lawler were not present but the obliga tion was administered to the following PresidentJohn J Flvnu First Vice President M W Murphy Second Vice President J F Chester Recording SecretaryJerry King SergeansatArms J Casey Sentinel Tim Lyons A special committee escorted the of ficers to their chairs and upon being introduced Flynn expressed hisI appreciation of the honor conferred upon him and the responsibility of his position His manner and words favorably impressed those present who feel that the affairs of the Irish Americatt Society will continue to be transacted in a businesslike manner All were urged to give him their hearty and united support in an effort to make the organization all that its founders contemplated As President he would insist upon astrict compliance j with the laws as laid down in the constitution and the and justice therein advocated would be accordedeach and every member President Flynn j the right conception of the duties of a presiding officer and will not tolerate waste of time in Idle debate or discussion of matters foreign to the question under t 11meetingsI11 1 seasonable hour- Applications I for membership were re ceived from Messrs Martin McKenzie Jamee 0to nor John Swift Phil Soden 1 William White Andrew Casey Pat Sam 1 G Incorporated urubrthe Laws of the Suit of Kentucky September f 1890 Number in uU of policies of Insurance the the were President liberty has and Thomas OMara They were lIon to special committees and if the reports are favorable they will be initiated at the next meeting Besides the foregoing there are about twenty others to be initiated Resolu tions were adopted instructing the of ficers to prepare for a big initiation on February 20 and to notify all candidates to present themselves that night Messrs Tom Tarpey Pat Welch and Tom Claire of the Revision Committee asked for suggestionsfrom the members and the discussion evoked from Attorney Tom Walsh one of the most spirited and eloquent addresses heard during the past year The members were told to emulate Goldsmith Curran OConnell and the Irishmen who had attained eminence the world over his closing words receiving hearty applause The question of celebrating the anni versary of Robert Emmet was referred to the Entertainment Committee Owing to the short space of time intervening it would be almost impossible to arrange for a public celebration therefore it isI safe to predict that if any exercises areII held they will take place at Hibernian Hall on the regular meeting night March Oet Before adjourning President Flynn an commits tees for the ensuing year J ExecutiveJoseph V Byrne Chairman Thomas D Claire James Welsh Joseph Kevin William Murphy Thomas Tarpey Steve McEHIott Mike lrancisII Thomas Clear- yEntertalnmelttThomas Tarpey John F Chester Joseph W Byrne Patrick I Connaughton Sam Cross GrievancesThomas D Claire Will t iam M Higgins Thomas Walsh Martin Minogue Pat Welch- Membership I and Good of the Order Jerry King Mike Francis John Chester Mike McGillicuddy John Mclaughlin- All I members who have proposed candidates arerequested to see that they are present February 20 for initiation I ELECTED OFFICERS I St Josephs Society of New Albany composed of prominent Catholics of StcMarys congregation has elected the following officers who were installed 1 this week t President John EshrichEE Vice PresidentJohn Belviy I SecretaryPeter Palmer Sr TreasurerNicolas KanappleITrusteesCharles Dick Joseph Guen ter and Louis Belviy JanitorLouis Zipp a This organization bad long been in ex istence but was never in better condition than now having a very large membership and a good treasury The Germaus make the most delicious pancakes by adding stared pineapples to a plain pancake batter isf eggs flout and milk Pour out the tatter into a large buttered frying pan that is large enough to cook it all The pan should beat least twelve inches in diameter and the batter thin When the batter has been poured into the pan coyer it at once with stewed pineapples and dredge them with powdered sugar Put the pan into m quick oven and the take bake for eesee minutes Cut the cake into triangular piecef jike ptewfaiK it fa Morel I- Ij L a- f HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Divisions 1 2 and 4 meet next week beginning Tuesday night The next Initiation ceremonies wll take place under the auspices of Division 3- Division 2 should have a large meeting Thursday night to welcome the new membersMany members are advocating a union meeting of all the divisions to commem orate the anniversary Robert Emmet Division 3 of Hartford Conn is in ta flourishing condition It has nearly 300 members and about 3000 in its treasury There is much quiet work being done in New Albany which gives color to the rumor of a great surprise for Hibernians in thenear future The degree staff of Division 10 of Chelsea Mass worked the four degrees on twelve candidates for Division 28 of Revere on February 3 New Hampshire Hibernians are prc paring for big celebrations of St Patricks day The six divisions of Dover are completing arrangements for their annual parade which will be participated in by other Irlsh American societies Jeffersonville Hibernian are doing good work for the celebration of St Pat ricks day They have secured Speithi Theatre for March 17 and the exercises will include the presentation of a drama by members and friends of the order The Irish of Providence will have n monster parade on St Patricks day Every division will be in line and Col McGann has accepted an invitation tc turn out with six companies of the Second regiment The Hibernian division will he marshaled by James Skeffington The Hibernians of Bristol county Mass will commemorate St Patricks day by having a parade in New Bedford and a celebration County President Conefy has been elected chief marshal and all Catholic societies in the county have received invitations to take part RECENT DEATHS It was with feelings of the deepest sor row that the many friends of Mrs Ella P Shanley learned of her death at the Graystreet Infirmary on Wednesday She was the wife of Richard G Shanley with the Harris Gayle Carbonator Com pany who with two children survive her Mrs Shanley was a devotedwife and loving mother and to know her was to admire her She was a Christian women of generous impulse always ready to aid those in distress and her place will be hard to fill Her funeral took place yesterday morning from the family residence 120 East Chestnut street and her body now sleeps peace fully in beautiful Cave Hill To the be reaved husband and children we offer our heartfealt sympathy Last Sunday evening just when life seemed brightest the soul of Mrs Mamie Hoben beloved wife of Joseph Hoben of 2132 Cleveland avenue winged its flight to its eternal home leaving besides her husband one little child to mourn her unexpected death Mrs Hoben who was only twentysix years old succumbed to the dread disease pneumonia Before marriage she was Miss Mamie Molloy and was very popular among her wide circle of friends Her funeral took place Tuesday morning from St Cecilias church where solemn mass of requiem was sung for the repose of her soul Heartfelt sympathy is felt for the be reaved husband and motherless child The funeral of Mrs Charles Burton last Monday afternoon saddened the hearts of many whose lasting friendship she had gained the last sad obsequies being conducted at the Broadway Methodist church by Rev Felix Hill Beauti ful and numerous were the floral tri butes the design from the CourierJour nal printers covering the entire casket Mrs Burton who was but twentyfour years old was the daughter of William Thompson and a bride of less than a year Sincere sympathy is everywhere felt for the bereaved husband Zack Gleasouthe well known New Hope hotel man died at that place Saturday- of blood poisoning after a short illness in the fortyfourth year of his age His re mains were interred Sunday after the late mass in St Vincents cemetery Rev Father Jenkins conducted the ser vice He was a good citizen and had many warm personal friends He leaves- a wife and two children who have the deepest sympathy of all in their sad bereavementNew Haven Echo Frank Wiegand the aged and respected father of John Wiegand and Mrs Mary Mullen died Saturday night at his home of Maple and Wall streets Jefler sonville where he had resided for many years His wife survives him and has the sympathy of the community in her great berevement The funeral took place Monday from St Anthonys church of which deceased was a devout and faithful member The death of Mrs Susan Reising cast deep gloom over New Albany Catholic circles this week She was a devout and regular communicant of St Marys church and an exemplary Christian woman whom all loved Her funeral took place Monday morning Rev Dean Pallet celebrating the solemn high mass of requiem The new skirts are very full indeed except directly around the hips and you see many hip yokes either of shirring tucking or tiny bands joined with an open stitch A pretty skirt model for mull and batiste is in box plaits from the waist to the knees below which there are insertions of cfeatn lace set in around above the hens and outlined with the narrow gathered ribbon iu colorj if the gown is white j- r i c a 0 Howklkl Are II Your m Teeth IlR s I If they needattention there is no better place toff have them fixed than at t- heLouisville IIi I Dental Parlors II 544 FOURTH ST Right Next to Avenue Theater Their prices are the lowest work the best and all guaranteed They will treat you Louisville REMEMBER Dental THE rightII G3CI oUwrrI ST I 1 a I IIIlEaII I iIIIBi 1 i jj almer1ii ijj I MOVED TO 700 WEST WALNUT STREET = 1 ITELEPHONE 810Ij 1 nu1 ZDfDftUIIDIDIIUIWftD UUnDnDB FRANK FEHR BREWING 60 INCORPORATED Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY n mIa z1z I I 1 11 IMlll000ll M i6iiiGoIiI DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OPII iI III i J j g I III iiArtistici Work Only Solicits Workshops and Studios Carrara Italy i IhUUftDftDftIftDKHUHIIDftftIUI JoKKeeplnr BEST is THS cne fesrpenman ti- Sfror7lian C rrhorrhT W tteyrajohy Nktalo9ueZnutsyillc KfI 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 yearStudentsJAMES JOHN OCONNELL BROTHERSA SAliOONS E CORNER SEVENTH AND ZANE STREET HEADQUARTERS FOR CHOICE HOLIDAY VTI N 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