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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ruir l iIllITITCI Y IRISH AlMERICAN u H H H rf + ttM M M+ M M M +M M + Ht CT DEARINO President H C SHANKS Manager t C T DEARINQ PRINTING CO I Incorporated PRINTING BINDING AND BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURING Cumb Phone Mala 1S08A 3 3O THIRD STREnT ++ I H + tt ATB3JD L ICY KATIE Formerly of Gran W Smiths Sons LADY Washing and dressing ladies and chil dren a specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reasonable prices All calls answered promptly day or night Home phone 1677 Office 652 Fifth Street Both Phones 1180 Established 1863 B I Successor to Mrs George Ratterman FUNERAL AND Carriages furnished for all occasions Allcalls promptly attended to day or night 1119 W MARKET ST P T M SHE IS Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOon THE C lb- y In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky PRANK J REED General Passenger Agent- C H ROCKWELL Traffic Manager W H McDOEL Presid and General Manager p FRflNK FEflR INCORPOR BREWING 60 IBrewei Bottlers AGNES SMITH EfilBALMER JOHN RATTERMAN DIRECTOR EMBALMER ARCHER Out Door and Flash Horn Phone 5709 IRoom 44 Building Courier I PETER ANDRIOTS SONS CRYINGI lilJlWQrNbmWllIIX and Light- Photography IIWAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST OREEN ST I AUGUST JOHN OETKEN BROS NEW GROCERY IININIIIIYIIINMIINHNIIIN Sixth and Kentucky Sts Fresh Meats Vegetables Fruits and a full line of Fine Groceries GIVE JCJS A TRIDRINK tI ru- WhiSkU 6 BOTTLED BY u HENRY C LAUER 47E tTaetl lTELEPHONE 114 y f c- C IF YOUEXPECT TO NEED A PIANO IN THE NEXT YEAR IT WILL BE THE HEIGHT OF- EXTRAVAGANCE NOT TO B- UYNOW OUR PRICES ARE LOWER THAN THEY HAVE BEEN BEFORE IN MANY YEARS WE MANUFACTURE BOTH PIANOS AND OROAN5ANDCAN ONE PROFIT WILL PAY YOU TO INVESTIGATE EASY TERMS DINe BALDWIN CO 529531 FOURTH AVE BALDWIN ELLINGTON VALLEY GEM HOWARD and HAMILTON PIANOS Fall and Winter styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas HENRYR Y ftAI 1 JJIPULSP U L S DYER AND CLEANER Ladies and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone 3635 528 Fifth Street TWO POPULAR MEN- The members of Satolll Council Y M I paid a handsome compliment to their efficient and popular President John Crotty at a largely attended meeting Monday night and also to the suc cessful Financial Secretary Will Me Donogh Both were nominated for rev election without opposition despite their strenuous protests Will OConnor and Harry Colgan will also be among the offi cars chosen for next year which gives assurance tot Satpllis success Not for wMyjfatt was the cbBHcliia ae lour fishing a condition as now COUNTY BOARD The Newly Elected Director Meet and Formulate Plans The new County Board of Directors o fr the Ancient Order of Hibernians held their first meeting Monday night for the purpose of formulating plans for next year and arranging for the proper observ ante of St Pataicks day All the member were present and much enthusiasm prevailed Though many excellent sug gestions were made nothing definite was done final action being deferred till the nextmeeting but the Kentucky Irish American can assure its Hibernian read ers that when completed the programme will be such as will give entire satisfaction and result inJgreat good to the order Regarding St Patricks day there seemed to be a general desire to cele brate with a big initiation and reunion of all the members as heretofore outlined in these columns It has been some time since there was a union meeting and there is little doubt but that with an interesting programme it would result it infusing new life in the Hibernians The Board of Directors also resolved to make monthly visits to all the divisions the first taking place last night when they attended the meeting of Division 2 and received a hearty welcome from President Con Ford and the membe- rsDEVOTION To Blessed Virgin Not Lacking In the Philippine Islands A special cable to the press last Sun day would indicate that Catholicity and especially devotion to the Blessed Virgin has not declined in the Philippines sine the American occupancy The cable which is from Manila says The statue of the Virgin of Antipolot began its voyage to Manila today Thirty thousand natives from many village accompanied the gorgeous barge 01n which the statue was carried marching along the river banks while hundred followedjin launches and boats and acted as an escort as far as the Pasig church where the statue will remain for the night All the inhabitants of the town will remainawake all night guarding the statue and singing and praying It 1is probablefthat 40000 people will partici pate in the procession tomorrow whet the Virginjis enshrined in the Cathedral bere Thejstatue will remain there for ten days during the progress of a mission which isjto be conducted by Jesuit fathers A Spanish Captain General broughtt the statue of the Virgin from Acapulco- in 1026 and she was adopted as the patroness of mariners THEY MAY VOTE Catholics Again Taking Part In Parliamentary Elec tions in Italy The result of the recent general elec tions in Italy has been a source of much gratification to the authorities of the Vatican Although with two exceptions at Milan and Beramo no Catholic candi date has been elected to Parliament The participation of Catholics in the elections has obtained a large majority- for the Government and it is felt in Rome that such would not have been the case if the Pope had not permitted Catholics to vote in several districts where th Socialists and Extremists numbered many followers As it is not only the laity but a great number of priests and monks wentito the polls dressed in their distinctive garb and as their number in Italy exceeds 100000 they brought a great many votes to the support of the Government candidates A consequence- of the partial victory obtained by the Catholics at the polls will probably b that in the future the Pope will always permit the Catholics to vote as they have shown such a strength that with proper drilling and organization it i o felt they will prove of great assistance tt- the Vatican in future elections and ii- will it be perhaps possible then to form a new party in the national Parliament which shall have the interests of the church at heart- BOUGHT HOOSIER PLANT The Kentucky WallPlaster Company esterdayclosed a deal by which it became the purchaser of the Hoosier Wall1 Plaster Company of Jeffersonville thereby obtaining a firm foothold in Indiana The Kentucky company which has for years been one of the big gent manufacturing and plastering con cerns in the country will now be able to greatly increase its business which iis extending to all sections of the United States This company was founded years ago by Mr B J Campbell and hisI sons John and Bernard and the contractsI for nearly all the firstclass work in thisI city have been awarded them there being a big demand for their DiamondI brand which withstands fire and water BACK TO ST LOUIS The Supreme Council of the Catholic Knights of America has declared off the national convention to be held in Ashe yule next May This WAS done because of the destruction of the convention hallI by fire Everything now points to the meeting being held in St Louis where the headquarters of the order are located IMPROVES THE SENTINEL The Hon M OSullivan former mem berof the Kentucky House of Representatives from Shelby county Has purchased the Shelbyville Sentinel and o I Monday assumed the management andI editorship Editor OSullivan is a write- off recognized ability and the first issu Isi evidence that be will make the Senti net one of the most Interesting at well a a influential country papers in the State The Kentucky Irish American welcomes his entry into the journalist field and wishes him unbounded succe- ssVINCENTIANS rWill Hold Their Quarterly General Meeting Tomor row Week The next quarterly meeting of the conferences of the St Vincent de Paul Society will be held in St Francis Hall at the Cathdral on Sundayafternoon December 11 and promises to be of unusual interest Rev Father Rock Spiritual Director and delegate to the recent national conference of the society at St Louis will make a complete report of what was done at that meeting and also tell of the suggestions made as how best to carry on the work of this great Catho lic charity organization It is also expected that a communication will be received from Edward J OBrien of St Patricks conference who visited the Superior General of the St Vincent de Paul Society in Paris while en route to Rome and who with his daughter was received in private audience last week by the Holy Father The members of all the conferences are urged to attend this general meeting which it is hopedwill be the largest of the year MISSION A SUCCESS Franciscan Fathers Congrai Ulated at Sacred Heart Church One of the most successful missions ever held in this city was that conducted this week at the Sacred Heart church by Fathers Vincent Trost and Flavia Larbes of the Franciscan order which closes tomorrow night with the Papal benediction Every morning and even ing the attendance was mOlt gratifying to the missionaries and the Rev Patrick Walsh The large and beautiful edifice was continually thronged and at the early masses the men turned out in sur prisingly large numbers Men and women young anti old are unstinted 1in their praise of these eloquent Franc cans who labored untiringly to make the jubilee mission such a pronounced success Fathers Vincent and Flavia have reason to be proud of their work and the great spiritual good that is sure to result from the mission and if Father Walsh tells them all the compliments their missionary zeal received their future missions will be equally successful RECENT DEATHS Thomas F Morgan Jr of 938 Mul berry street the well known deputy con stable was called to his eternal reward Monday afternoon after a long and pain ful illness of inflammatory rheumatism Well liked and respected byall who knew him a loving husband and father his death is a sore bereavement to the wife and daughter who survive him Deceased was the only son of Thomas Morgan one of the old employes of the L N railroad The funeral took place Wednesday morning from St Pauls church Rev Father Thomas York conducting the solemn obsequies The news of the death of John Grady in New Mexico cast a gloom over his wide circle of acquaintances and friends in this city For years he had been a well liked and trusted employe at the Avery plow factory but some time ago he wqs com pelled to leave Louisville in the hope of beenefailing since the death of his wife On Wednesday afternoon the remains reached the city and were taken to the home of Mrs Abbie McGillicuddy 2412 Griffiths avenue where large numbers came to take a last look at their associate and friend Four children the oldest sixteen years of age are left to mourn his loss The funeral took place Friday ofevbich he had long been a faithful mem herThe SundayoJ Grimes which occurred at his home 1812 Portland avenue Deceasedwas taken ill some weeks previous but no serious results were looked for as be had always enjoyed robust health Pat Grimes was born here fortysix years ago and was known and well liked especially by the working class to whom he was always a kind and generous friend For eighteen years be was in business at Fifteente and Rowan streets and in local politics he was a leader Besides his devoted wife he leaves two sons and six daughters to mourn his death The funeral took place Tuesday morning from St Patricks church the Very Rev Vicar General Cronin being the cele brant of the solemn mass of requiem For the wife and children there is tell deep sympathy in their bereavement Another of Louisvilles settlers of fifty years ago departed this life this week in the person of Mrs Margaret Reagan widow of the late Williaai Reagan who died Monday morning at the residence of her daughter Mrs Thomas Bennett 422 East Jefferson street Mrs Reagan was born in Cork Ireland seventy years ago and was married on December 1 1854 With her husband she then came to this city which for the past half cen tury has been her home She was a model wife mother and neighbor of whom only good can be said by those who knew her She died consoled by the lest rites of the church of which she had so long been a devout member aid surrounded by her children and relatives Besides her daughter she leaves one son James Reagan the well known whisky merchant and distiller Devoted to her andnconsistent member of St Michaels parish therWednesdayemorning requiem celebrated byRRev Fathers Sheridan May her soul rest in peace r GOOD WORK Being Done by the Hibernian at Covlngton and Newport There is something doing in Hibernian circles at Covington and Newport News comes from State Secretary James Hunt that at the meeting of Division 1 of Cov Ington last week the degrees of the order were conferred on a class of twentyfive candidates among the number being Rev Father Thomas McCaffrey of St Marys Cathedral who delivered an eloquent and encouraging address Some splendid work has been done by the Cov ington members since the State conven tion the aim being to make the Coving ton division the largest in Kentucky Secretary Hunt also writes that New port is about ready to be organized Au effort will be made to have the State officers and a national organizer visit that city soon and to institute a division that will have a charter membership of at least a hundred The State bylaws will soon arrive from the printer and be ready for distribution When the New port division is organized it js expected to have present a large delegation from Louisville NOMINATIONS Made by Trinity Council and- a Red Hot Election Promised Trinity Council Y M I had little business to transact Monday night the most important being the nomination of officers which promises to end in a red hot race for the Presidency The obligation was administered to Leo Worland and the Visiting Committee reported James Davern Improving All the old officers were nominated for reelection without opposition with the exception of Eugene Cooney who will have a strong opponent in Emmet Slattery the young attorney Following is a complete list of those nominate- dPresidentEmmet Slattery Eugene CooneyFirst Vice President Joseph Bell Second Vice President A Hucken beckRecording SecretaryEmil Mouth Financial SecretaryRobert Goebel Corresponding SecretaryA C Lauer Treasurer Will N Gast MarshalJacob Pfalzer The election will take place next Mcn day night and the result will be watched with considerable interest in the East End CHARTRUESE CORDIAL French Government Unable to Counterfeit the Carthu sian Liquid The Abbey of Forenta near Pisa which was bought for 500000 some time ago by the Carthusian monks who were ex pelted from the Chartruese at Grenoble has been undergoing extensive repairs of late so as to be fitted as the headquar ters of the French order The work hits now been nearly completed and last week the monks took possession arriving from France Spain Switzerland and Italy to which they had been temporarily dis persed The order handles a large amount of funds owing to the manu facture and the sale of their famous liquor which is now being made in Tar- ragona Spain and sold all over th world Notwithstanding the competi tion established by the French Govern ment which has started the manufacture of the liquor at Grenoble under State supervision the Carthusians sell just as much of the liquor as formerly They have added to their work a splendid label ahowing that the liquor contained in bottles so marked is made by them in Spain and French epicures and connois seurs prefer their product to that of th State which notwithstanding the emi nent chemists it has employed has not been yet able to discover the real secret of the Carthusian monks MASONIC lOA Son of Rest the big musical comedy in which Nat Wills and company scored such an emphatic success last season will be next weeks offering at the Masonic Theater Wills will again be seen in the role of the ludicrous tramp Already the sale of seats is large and the indications are that crowded houses willI witness every performance of the mirth provoking company HOPKINS THEATER The Hopkins Theater offers its patrons another excellent bill for next week with eight interesting and amusing turns May yokes and company head the bill with their original and funny comedy sketch Another attractive feature will be Techows cats whose training is most remarkable In addition there will be comedians acrobats musical artists and vocalists galore and the biograph with new moving pictures BUCKINGHAM Patrons of variety theatricals will find delightful recreation and plenty of enjoyment in the Scribner Morning Glories combination which will be at the Buckingham next week This show is so constructed as to bring out artisticall and effectively song dance music mirth and humor in all their varied and fasci nating forms and is heralded as posi tively the largest and most elaborate musical extravaganza company that will appear here this season MACAULEYS The appearance of Miss ViolaAllen at- Macauleys the last half of next week ini hakespeares comedy The Winters Tale should prove a delightful treat to beatergoers Miss Allen has affordedII many enjoyable theatrical 71L PABST BEER 44 ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aired TELEPHONE 1380 Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts DRINK=Hofbrau Pilsen r Beer BREWED BY SENN Sc ACKERMAN- BRE ING C01tIPANYIJSTOOHIOIIATBD TELEPHONE 4b2 LOUISVILLE KY ASK FOR DIERSENSCELEBRATED Telephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN K FRANK I WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 3090 LOUISVILLE KY f f t f f + FINE WINES CHAMPAGNES AL KOLE345 West Green StreetLIQUORS CIGARS It It C B THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jefferson St Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed WHEN NEEDING A CAR IAGETRY D J LUCEY Residence 1112 Zane St Home Phone 5036 Stand 5th and Jefferson Home Phone 2821 eCarriage No8 LEO F BROWN 809 WEST CHESTNUT STREETII Real Estate Agent I List your property with me You will get good returns with small charges SpeciallyeHome Phone 3698 HEERMAM BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street u WINES LIQUORS CIGARS r VALS SALOONVAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230oclock 442 VV GREEN CT ments and this one will likely prove not the least delectable Her supporting company is a large and capable one and the production is said to be the finest in which she has appeared as a star Margaret Anglins new play The Eternal Feminine heralded as the Dra toyMacauleys for Monday and Tuesday The scenes are laid in Ancient Greece Miss Anglin taking the role of Antiope Queen of the Amazonian island whereon the action takes place CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks to our friends and relatives who tendered their aid and sympathy in our las bereavement in the death of our dear mother Miss ANNA GILL DANIEL GIIK IM ClIAS HAStBR R that the Wall Plaster we manufacture is used for plastering houses- It is guaranteed to make a good hard job and can be applied one day and fiu ished the next Zero weather will not freezingthreemoney Kentucky Wall Plaster C Gri Incorporated TELEPHONE 2267 KyIy MANHATTAN RESTAURANTOTTO Good Square Meal For 20 Cents OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 W Jefferson Street- HOLLYSPILECURE Cures any and all kinds of piles Cure guaranteed or money refunded Mail yourdruggistBros 2324 W Walnut St Louisville Ky GO TO Pioneer Bottling House FOR STRAIGHT WHISKIES BIG JUG AT DOOR J P DANTSII3 WEST BROADWAY near Union SWiss BIG FOUR THE BEST LINE T- OIndianapolis Peoria ChicagoA- ND All POINTS IN INDIANA and MICHIGAN Cleveland Buffalo New York Bostn EASTtInformation cheerfully furnished ell 1 celourMr to S Jf Gates Genl Agent FMM T Ajt totdsvUlel Ky to 1- n I I ii QNTUOKY 1XSn AMIZIOAN r THE BIG STORE It is Overcoat Special this week 1o H Ill all the new cuts Box Overcoats Chester field Overcoats Belt Overcoats Collegiate Cut Overcoats and Swagger Cut Overcoats at the popular price of 10 Ending next Friday I 1i12M EgONXpRE and 434 WestII t I I I H I IH I I I 11 I I I+HI I I JoJuz I IuI I I II 1 I I I IIIHIHII SELECT YOUR I Holiday PresentsiNowPick out something pay what you can and well hold it for you till Christmas FOR LADIES Rings Brooches Watches Chains Manicure and Toilet Sets FOR GENTLEMENFobs Scarf Pius Signet Rings Watches Chains and Lockets And everything new in the Jewelery line Old Gold or bought or taken in exchange t 530 I il West Market iI 1111iI I I BRUWNI I I 11 H H HI I H I++++ IHII 424 to Market St Fourth Silver 530 West Market I I I I t H++++ + ft H + t t ttH H t+ H YOU CANT OVEREAT II- IP YOU EAT MOTHERS BISCUITS THEY ARE WHOLESOME AND APPETIZING FOR THEY BELONG TO THE MOTHERS BREAD FAMILY J tmealsSnaps Mammas Ginger Wafers Whitesides Oysters Milk Biscuits Imperial Toast and Mothers Biscuits FOR GOODNESS SAKES I Ve one seals canal trot vcahicab1o preS6111M + t t t t t t t t t t t t + 4 II1ff 4bid111f 1 1 1111 1 I 1 +2 II See to You In Goodd r WotFF f8 lbs Dry 7 Ibs Mixed I fE I6 Ibs Mulloys Special1oo1 j 4 5 Ibs Ibs H Best H It 3 Ibs Mocha and Java GOOD TEA AT 45C PER POUND MULLOYCOFFEE +E Home Phone 1313 tales XV AI VreiCBrr STREET 1 I I IH HHH I H I H I I 1 1I I1IIlfIIIIIIIIISIIIIIII1 I 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 H++ we wv w wwwww vw w7DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN Dougnerty KeeinU- NDERTAKERS11225 i 1mIriages Furnished for All Occasions Il D Dougherty Home Telephone 2915 arII JJ R CHAWK w CAMPBELLS 1 Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge Scientific and Practical Horse Shoeing Horses called for and delivered Canine and Feline practice a specialty IIMIHHH J T Ohawk M D 0 UOTH IHOXES asoo J D Campbell OFFICE INFIRMARY AND SHOEING FORGE 1007 AND 1009 W BROADWAY PNSa RAYPO R 1 County Assessor iIJEFFERSON COUNTY Sixt jeot to Aotlorx of Domoorcvtlo Party ttbe 113rahle 61 Gilbert Company INOOHIXlMATKOi StAtlOMm Representatives of tbe Rammond type flank Book Printer andSuppliesetcBlsders Paper Box Booksellersce manufacturers Cot ftbirfc anb Green tea a Zoutepille k2 t fOS ad BNCBRE Young People For ButlucM Good Employment and Succcu JA eau OR wrnrc ron ruib INFORMATION r I UIIeI tIW IrBIAfNtlfilliTi LtI111SfltlEekY Business College t O I 1J BACON SONS OURCLOAKSALI3Every opportunity itwillprices but we did not say how many because there is a multiplicity of Wraps each having that chic style and snap underprkesinclude 898 Coats at 698 The anxiety of the producer to get our purchases here within the quickest pos sible time overlooked one case which contained Misses Coats Being purchasedat an underprice on the same basis as the others we will sell them at the same reductions winch means they are positively 25 per cent cheaper than regular selling priceThese jaunty coats are 36 inches long made of allwool cheviot in brown blue and black Peter Thompson emblem on arms and button trimmed fly front inverted stitched plaits on back patch pockets stitched and button trimmed T fe 9 n iThe sterling value of these coats is 898 We will sell them at kp i00ee 000000 oo 000000 oo HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes A ladies auxiliary will soon be attached to Division 1 of Burlington Vt Illinois has now seventyseven divis ions with a membership of about 5000 The Kentucky Irish American would like to hear from the Secretaries of the Covington Paris and Ashland divisions Division 4 will nominate officers at its meeting Wednesday a week and hold the election on Wednesday December 28 The members should be careful to select officers in the coming flections who can devote time and energy to their divisions All the Hibernian divisions of Hart ford Conn attended the opening of the bazar for the Sisters of Mercy in ro Guard Armory A new division was organized two weeks ago in the hall of the Knights of Columbus at Troy N Y with fortysix charter members Another division has been organized at Springfield Mass The first meeting was held in the parish house with thirty men present Father Griffin is the Chap lainNew Albany Hibernians are arranging for another initiation on December They have their owp paraphernalia and a degree team as good as any in the StateThe third and fourth degrees were conferred upon a class of about 100 members by Division 1 of Milwaukee at a meeting held last week in the Academy of Music buildingThe Auxiliary will hold an in teresting meeting next Wednesday night All the members are urged to attend as they will have some very important busi ness to transact Division 2 held an interesting meeting last night and all present were enthused when the Secretary read off the names of another bunch of applicants This was the only division that met this week Last week a retreat for members of tte order closing Sunday morning was heldI in St Josephs church at Dayton Ohio The devotions were conducted by Rev Father W R Dunn formerly of St Louis Bertrands but now of New 1or CityA committee representing the seven divisions of Indianapolis meets every Sunday to hear reports and perfect art rangements for the pbservance of St Patricks day County President James Decry says the celebration will be a most creditable one- Savannah Hibernians opened their first bazar uuder most auspicious circum stances in the Catholic Library Association Hall and netted a handsome sum The opening address was made by ex National President OConnor who state the object of the bazar It was for the fund which is raised each year to care for the poor and sick and bury the dead Every member of Division 3 should at tend Monday nights meeting when the election of officers will take place The annual report shows a remarkable in crease of membership and a treasury in excellent condition It is the desire of the outgoing officers that men be elected to succeed them who will continue the good work and make still stronger this splendid division of Hibernians Columbus is going to make a bid for the proposed National Hibernian Hall A movement with this end in view has been started by exNational Treasurer Dundon and other leading members of the order The project to build is yet in its infancy asa referendum vote is first necessary to determine the wishes of the order Ballots for this purpose will soon be distributed by National Secretary Carroll INJURY PROVED PAUL The injnry which George Kinnaird J sustained by falling from a scaffold I while at work last Saturday proved fatal 1 death ensuing Wednesday night at the City Hospital Deceasea was a well known tinner sober and industrious and 1 lived with his young wife at 1122 Wilton street His funeral took place yesterday RevIDentsI mass of requiem a CJ c 0 IRISH SSOCIETYDIRECTOR RYYI A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentMike Tynan DoughertyRecordingj uan Jr vFinancial Secretary Peter 7 Cusick 1911 Bank ureet- TreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets FridayEvenings PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentJohn J Sullivan Recording SecretaryEdward J KeiI ran Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran ofDIVISION3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month President Thomas Quinn CooneyRecording Financial SecretaryWilliam Burns 807 Twentythird street TreasurerGeorge J Butler ergeantatArmsPat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes 3day Evenings of Each Month HennessyViceLynchRecording a Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn bib West Chestnut ReillyTreasurerJohn DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE- Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County PresidentJohn Kenney MurphyPresidentVice PresidentDaniel Gill Recording SecretaryJ G Cole Financial SecretaryThos OHern TreasurerMartin Gos- sSentinelAlphonse Constantine Sergeant ArmaMicheelHoonY MACKIN COUNCIL 206 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club Hous- 630Twentysixth Street ShelleyFirst hI ShangknessySecond HerpRecordingFinancial SecretaryDan Weber 254 St Cecilia street SecretaryFrankBurke P BurkeTreasurerPrank MurphyMarshalGeorge Inside Sentinel Frank Lanahan Outside Sentinel John Schaefer TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets Every Monday Evening at the Club House 718 EastGray Street PresidentEugene J Cooney CunniffedPresidentJoseph F Bell Recording SecretaryEmil E Mouth Corresponding SecretaryArthur C LauerFinancial SecretaryRobert G Goe belTreesurerWi11iam N Gast MarshalM F Morris Inside SentinelJacob plalzer Outetde Sentinel M F Ziegler THE ONE TRUE BARQUE The night is dark and the winds are highi On the face of the angry deep And clouds look wild in the stormy sky As tossing id mist they sweep Were riding down through this fearfuli sea In our voyage of life and death Were riding down to eternity Over breakers that roar beneathII To leeward far where the lightnings flash Through treacherous cloud and squall t We see dim shadowy vessels crash And we hear the lost ones caUII No ship can live in this awfulsea Nor ever to port be moored Unless it float from its pennons free The banner of Christ our Lord His vessel alone the one true barque For twice a thousand years Has weathered with ease these wrecks atrewn seas And glorious still appears Thomas Walsh in St Marys Sentinel a YIIRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Twentyfour deaths from diphtheria have occurred In Longford Reductions of the police force in County Limerick are announced Constable Hayes who was stationed at Derry till recently was sentenced to a months imprisonment for larceny The Navan Guardians have passed a resolution condemning the zones system and calling for inspection under the land purchase net During last October 1357 persons emi grated from Derry to the United States and 140 to British North America These figures show an increase The Westport Board of Guardians has demanded reduction in the rents of the people of the rural district in consequence of the failure of the crops this year A lady candidate for the position of re- lievingoffcerlnLmerickinsuccessionto her father who formerly held the post tien was defeated by a large majority The free bridge committee of the Waterford corporation has decided to ap peal against a portion of the decision of the Master of the Rolls in the recent caseThe Postmistress at Newport County Tipperary has been remanded in cus tody charged with the embezzlement of several hundred pounds of postoffice moneyAt aunual meeting of the Iveagh branch of the Gaelic League a satisfac tory report of the progress of the lan guage movement in Cahirciveen district was submitted After the Thurles Urban Council had been put to the expense of having a special act of Parliament passed for the erection of waterworks in the town the Treasury has now refused the loan neces sary to carry out the works William OBrien M P has written to the Secretary of the Fort Murphy or Riverstown Defense Committee accept aned enrolling a subscription to the fund The relieving officers of Tuam Union report that the potato crop this year iis not half as good as it was last year Re ports of distress arising from the failure 8of the crops come also from Donegal The Council of the Derry Chamber o Commerce has appointed representatives to meet representatives of the Dublin Belfast and Cork Chambers in confer ence on the subject of Irish private bill1I legislationAt meeting held iin Wicklow a demand was made for the in troduction of a marine works bill in the next session of Parliament for the im provement of the harbors and piers of the southeast coast The Poor Law Reform Commission sat at Galway and took the evidence of wit nesses in reference to the Galway Unions Strong opinions were expressedwith reference to the necessity of small cot tage hospitals in remote districts The Secretary of the local branch of the United Irish League has received notification of the surrender to the Widow Deegan of the farm at Kilnap pagh the taking of which had been con demned at a recent demonstration A great Nationalist demonstration was held at Limerick on Sunday Resolu tions of confidence in the Irish party and dealing with public questions were passed Speeches were delivered by John Red It mond M Pand William OBrien M P William OBrien M P has written to the Mayor of Limerick postponing the signing of the roll of honorary citizens of Limerick to some future occasion when the leader of the Irish party and himself may be able to receive the honor to getherIPRETTY EMBLBMII William J Thelen jeweler and opti clan and a 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