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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l AMERICAN t 4 H- N VOLUME XIILNO 26 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY DECEMBER 31 1904 PRICE FIVE CENTS FORTY VOICES Render Purely GriRorinn Ser viceI at sf Ijoul Bortrunil jf Church Tery KHV Father Volz Feel Pleased Over First tI Effort Services In nil Churches Marked Wth VrnUII lefb 4Vrotinrt r 1 CHIEF CHARACTERISTIC OF TIlE IRISH s Christmas services at St Louis Ber trands church this year were attended by unusually great numbers of devout Jworsblpers from the early mass at wblch j hundreds could not be seated till the d last at 1030 oclock All the preceding afternoon and evening thedevoted fathers were besieged in the confessionals by penitents not only from the parish but from other parts of the city At the 5 oclock mass It was as if the close of a great and fruitful mission were In prog TCSS so many were the men andwomen of the congregation who received holy communion The early service was a solemn high mass with the Very Rev J R Clark O P as celebrant the Rev E A Flood O P as deacon and the Rev W R Dunn O Pf as subdeacon After the gospel Father Dunndelivered a sermon impres- SIve for the chaste beauty of its diction and touching In Its elucidation of theI message of his text Glory be to God on high and on earth pence to men of good- willII This scholarly discourse was fullyI in keeping with the calmly devotional atmosphere of the whole sanctuary A soft radiance as of angelic choirs huogI over and enriched the stately structure of the main altar and amll the glow of the artistic adornment and splendid setting J of the scene The ever Impressive ceremonies of the Dominican rite and movements of priest ministers and acolytes brought out thet grandeur and solemnityJ of the Holy Sacrifice and proclaimed as I with new meaning the old saving truth oftt EmmanuelGod With us In this account so far there is given- perhaps A l tEwTCetifitlttttaOtst new featureHowever bears at this time undoubted notes of interest and Impor tanceand that is the music for the occa I stunf Departing from the tlmehonored I custom of an elaborately ornamental I musical programme on Xmas day the present Very Rev Prior of St Louis t Bertrands determined to continue alongtt trhe lines laid out by him early in Septt temher and to render a purely Gregorian service The forces of the surpliced sanctuary choir under the direction of Father Liwler OC P were united with M those of the regular male choir and to gether under the personal direction of Father Volz they tang as announced InI these columns last week some forty voices strong one of Dumonts celebrated Gregorian masses Speaking of the rendition afterwards Father Volz said Our work was a decided success I heard many favor able comments among the people of the congregation One stranger evidently qualified to speak assured me that we are tending in the right direction If II can count on the further cooperation of the young men of our parish and II think I can I have no doubt about our being able to realize at least in some measure the ideals set forth in the Holy fathers instruction on church music Our school of plain chant has Ilabored under many difficulties but these will gradually be overcome thanks to the markedzeal and ability of Prof Carl Hemewbach And as the work pro gresses our people will be convinced that the Gregorian chant by reason of its succinctness devotion and general fit ness is by far the most appropriate medium through which the church wishes her children to be lifted up in a mInd end heart to a true appreciation of the tremendous mysteries of our holy religion I am much indebted to the young men who have so generously stood by me in this difficult experiment- of musical reform Altogether the Christmas services at St Louis Bertrands were marked with unusual fervor and devotion They were undoubtedly the outward tokens of the deep piety and religion which has ever been the chief characteristic of the Irish race throughout the world The story of the services and attendance at the other churches would be Theonlystreets approaching them presented an animated scene long before 5 oclock and the numbers of worshipers exceeds those of former years OPEN HOUSE MONDAY Satolli Council Y M III win keep open house Monday afternoon from 1t 1 oclock when a reception will be bet in honor of the officers and new mew bers There will be an abundance of refreshments and a good time for all friends of the council The regular meeting t has been postponed till Tuesday night when the following officers will be jnstalledPreeideuJohn J Grotty 1 First Vice President Willtaiu0 J j fJCSatt r r i a- u Second Vice President J J Kava naghFinancial Secretary Will P McDon oghRecording SecretaryLouis B Baker Corresponding SecretaryJ Fohey TreasurerJames B Perry Marshal George S Zorn Inside SentinelEdward Aud Outside Sentinel William J OSulll van AsPerry Phil J Stitzel Harry T Colgan Edward Pope and Carl J Obrecht WORDS OF CHEER And a Bright Oulook Predicted For Division A I O H Division 1 A O H held Its last meet ing of the year Tuesday night and the words spoken by men well known throughout the city were most encouraging Michael Tynan presided and saw to it that the desks were cleared and everything made ready for the new ad- ministrationj Will J Norton and Thos Tarpey who are absent from the city much of the time were present and in response to the hearty greeting had words of cheer for the greatest Irish Catholic society on earth Both were surprised to find Division 1 in such splendid condition and promised to bring in many applications for membership before March 15 John Mulloy Patrick f Liston and James Barry spoke on the contest now J being waged for new members stating that the donors of the prizes feel greatly encouraged over the interest taken James Coll was elected to membership and Peter Cusick who Is after one of the watches presented the applications of Thomas Burke WillIam Whelan Michael Collins Prank Carey and C J Finegan The death benefit of John Dolan was allowed also the sick claim of William Curran i communication was also read from National President Dolan Pot the next meeting when the installation takes place a special programme is being arranged and any member absenting himselfwill be fined This will be a t gala night for Hibernians one that the committee says will mark an epoch in the history of the division I National Director George Butler was received with hearty applause when pre sented by Chairman Tynan First be ji expressed pleasure at the awakening that has taken place and hoped Kentucky would lead In Jhe movement to mate the I tttemr era 2006 hrCkctlptte39ta4 I Three more cities he said will soon have I new divisions and Louisville should not 1 stop until they had reached the 2000 mark for St Patricks day The Ancient I Order of Hibernians does more good for I those of our race and faith than any order that exists and now with united effort they were in a fair way to realize their highest ambitions He also invited the members to visit Division 3 and assured them a hearty welcome MACKIN COUNCIL j I OrricersElccr Will Entertain J After Installation Tues day Nlahttt I Mackin Council hall was well filled Tuesday night with young men who J were not disappointed with the address I of Dr A Rs Bizot In an entertaining manner he imparted information of espe cial value to the young man of today at j times arousing much enthusiasm Presi dent Wilt Shaughnessy presided and obligated J Albert Hackel Robert Burke was elected to membership and will be received at the next meeting The officerselect for next year who will be t installed Tuesday night have arranged for a reception and entertainment and invite all members of the Young Mens institute to be present to partake of their hospitality There will be toasts and responses by Grand President Kelly Councilman Bizot and others and an evening of real enjoyment may be anticipated Furnishings are being con stantly added and the gymnasium will soon be entirely completed when the club house Interior will indeed be beau tiful already having a choice collection of pictures bricabrac books etc Following are the officers to be in stalled next Tuesday night ChaplainRev A J Brady President William Kerberg First Vice President W Shaughnessy Second Vice PresidentB J Sands Recording Secretary Frank Morgan Financial SecretaryGeorge J Lautz Corresponding Secretary F Lanahan Treasurer Joseph Steltenpohl Marshal John Kenney Inside Sentinel John Stewart Outside Sentinelpatrick Mullarkey Executive Committee Daniel Cuniff F F Murphy Charles A Robinsdn Alfred Wald Charles Oswald Medical ExaminersDr A R Bizot Dr M Casper LADIES EUCHRE I apdarrange e Hibernian Auxiliary will report their plans at the meeting to be held next Wednesday night at Hibernian Hall1 wbea they hope to see a large attendance This being the first meeting of the new year much interest is felt in the start that will be made and the officers will1 feel grateful if alt theladiss arc present yrrtI LIBERTY toI For Ireland Would Conduce English Happiness Prosperity and Security Put Away Futility ofAgcBQpcn Window and Make Her Free Nowhere Is Human Nature of a Warner Quality Than in Erin WHAT WOULD THE WORLD SAY The best thing that England could do ttoday would be to set Ireland at liberty There is nothing else that would so much conduce toJEaglish happiness prosperity and security says the New York Sun in iits leading Christmas editorial Give Ireland not home rule but com plete separation and liberty Let her be a race a people and a nation apart Tie no string to her freedom impose no restriction but the sea between and let her go free as the air like a bird from its prisonThere is no way and there never will be any way of turning Irishmen into Welshmen or Scotchmen They are impossible of absorption To govern them is vain They might be all shot or they might be all drowned but they can never be domesticated while Ireland remains an i islandSince England became civilizedabout- a century agoall her attempts at goy erning instead of murdering Ireland have been the derision ofattentive nations Her injustice has been bard to bear but her conciliation has been more intolerable yet The more she placates the more she bears gifts with both handsI the more exasperating and utterly without hope the situation becomes There was once a man that did Ian gulch seventeen dreadful years in a dark some dungeon foul when a bright thought struck him and he opened the wimloweudgotoutl There is the very idea Put away the futility of ages open the window and let Ireland go Capt Mahan who is really an Irishman in a heavy disguise says that Eng landcan 1notafford t6 8et1Jreland free because of the fatal weakness that would then be hers when she went to war with one of the Powers by reason of having a hostile nation however small in her rear We do not believe a wprd of it Ireland given her liberty without condition agreement treaty or stipulation could never be an enemy in the rear The Irish are not built that WQ To make such a thing possible Ireland would have to be removed to the furthest spot on the globe Contingulty for an Irishman other things being equal isI fata1 to hostility If Ireland were set free as an act of spontaneous nobility generosity and justice and the Continent of Europe were to set upon England the Irish would swim across the Channel if they couldnt get boats to be in the fight from the start No matter what the row was about the Irish would have to be in Itand nowhere else in the whole worldwould they fight so congenially heartily and naturally as on the side of the Sassenach for the cause of Albion Albion perfidious never more Human nature is more potent than all the ties that statesmen can fashion or impose and human nature is much the same all over the world but nowhere else is it of a warmer quality than it is in Ireland What would the whole world say if England were to proclaim today Next Christmas day as ever is the soil of Ire land and all the people that inhabit Ire land shall be quit of Britian forever On that gracious and hallowed day it shall be theirs without let hint or hindrance to shape Fate to their own liking and maya beneficent Deity smile upon the timeIt would take a year to withdraw all the paraphernalia whitewash the Pigeon House get the Castle fit for a gentleman to live in prepare the Bank of Ireland for the Senate and the House and other wise get everything ready What would the world say The world would say that England bad not done so grand a thing since her people took her rulers by the neck and extorted from them the Great Charter The world would say too and truly that never at all had England done an act so wise REV FATHER RAFFO Accepts Invitation and Will Address the Young Mens Institute Rev Charles P Raffo the eloquent pastor of St Charles Borromeo church Las accepted the invitation of the Joint Committee of the Young lIens Institute randwitl address the members of Mackin Satolli and Trinity Councils at a jointt meeting to be held at Mackins new hat on Tuesday eveniugJanuary 10 A large number of invitations will be Issued by the Joint Committee totbe Catholic young men of Louisville and members s of the three councils are requested to bring with them their young ffrlead The former joint tawtings were prodwe CI f liON EDWARD jfivrDERMOTT Elected President of fne Louisville Bar Association tive much good audit is the ambition of the committee and officers of the coun cils to make this the ntost notable of all Mackin Council has ommodlous quar ters for large gatherings as was attested at the late bazar and all Catholic young men not members will recelve a cordial welcome at the club b use the night of the lecture V THE IRISH lN EXHIBIT Through Initiative of the A O H Will Be Brought to New York i5 New York is to get the Irish industrial exhibit from the SUj ouis Exposition i This was assured lost week when the proceedings of the meeting of represent atives of the Irish societies held in the Washington Post rom at the Hoffman House were made pi blip says the last issue of the Irish Word J In answer to theca lfof County Presi dent McNulty of thef Ancient Order of t Hibernians sixtyseysn representatives I of Irish organizations of New York ap peared at the Hoffman House Among them were members of thirty of the I thirtytwo county societies of this city t while others were rfrom the Gaelic I League the Ancient Hiberniansn 1 the Sixtyninth Regiment the Irish Volunteers J the Clan bt Gaelthe Irish t National Club and tla Greater New YorkII Irish Athletic Association Commis I l o1 rp rkiobiffp 1IiL wselFctedl j Chairman of the meeting and William P t McLaughlin Secretary Thomas P Han I ley who did so much at St Louis to make the exhibit a success was present Mr Hanley described the value of the t exhibit to Ireland at this time How it t would do more than probably any other c agency to arouse in the general public an I interest in the reawakening nation across I the seas How it would demonstrate to minds long dormant on the subject that j Ireland is a country of resources capable I of doing great things in commerce andJJ the arts and that she must be reckoned with in the industrial progress of the worldNo spot on the face of the earth1I said Mr Hanley offers Ireland such advantages as a show place and a mart for manufactures as does New York New York is the market place of the world and as a merchant let Ireland come here aud open her pack in theI azars Let her come as an individual i with something for sale that others have not The goods she has are goods that others must have and she will sell them and her patrons will ask for more II Other gentlemen who know what the exhibit is and who spent much of their time with it in St Louis also spoke along the lines of Mr Hanleys address Encouraging letters promising support financial and otherwise should the exhibit be displayed in New York were received from John D Crimmins Com missioner of Police McAdoo and other prominent Irishmen On behalf of the Ancient Order of Hibernian County President McNulty pledged that organization to insure the promoters of the exhibit against financial loss providing the Irish societies of the city would promise to lend a hand No sooner had this been said than the dele gates from the Irish societies present were on their feet to say that their organizations would be whir the Hibernians heart and soul- President P J Conway of the Greater New York Irish Athletic Association caused a resolution to be adoptedwhich provides for a general working com mittee to arrange for the display of the exhibit the committee to be composed of representatives of the Irish societies already interested in the matter and of Irishmen and friends ofIreland from the general public not associated withl organizationsBefore meeting adjourned it was decided that the exhibit would be shown in either Madison Square Garden or the Grand Central Palace Dates for both of those places had been canvassed and 1it ft was reported that it would be possible to Open the exhibit some time between the FebruaryPerhaps f It will be displayed for a mouth LEAVES NO HEIRS James Bryson aged seventyeight native of Ireland but for many years I resident of Mt Sterling and highly respected in that section died Wednesday withIleavesaa2etateI h rs a BRITISH YOKE Proposal to Shako It Off in a New Way Agitating Dublin Editor SiigROHtH that Hungarian Plan Be Followed in Ireland Would Ignore Britain and En act All Laws at Home SEEMS TO BE RATHER VISIONARY 1 pubtintaken there In the circulation of a booklet 1 just issued by the editor of United Ireland The work is entitled liThe Resurrection of Hungary a Parallel for IrelandIt II how Hungary in a bloodless manner shook off the Austrian yoke It advocates the Hungarian policy of call ing the Irish representatives home from Parliament where their voices are drowned and insists upon their legislat ting for Ireland in Ireland MacManus in discussing the project at length says iin partOur right to do this is even in the iEnglish law established by the renunciation act passed by the English Parlia ment in the reign of George III when during the American Revolution 200000 Irish volunteers insisted upon Irelands 1 legislative Independence being granted which act says That the right claimed tby the people uf Ireland to be bound only 1Parliament of that kingdom in aU cases by lawS enacted by His Majesty and the would be established as is hereby declared to be established and ascertained forever aud shall at no time hereafter be questionedJ or questionable This act was never repealed and con justlce robbed us of our Parliament is null and pldAt the time of the union every Irish lawyer of prominence pointed out this but our broken spirited people were unable to act upon it OConnell once set about acting on it and arranged to summon anlii4h Parliament 4 under the title of The Council of Three Hundred but unaccountably he dropped his project againThe proposal of the United Irishman today is that the Irish nation taking their stand upon the English law pro claim aud insist upon their rights Our attention Is analogous with that of Hun gary after 48 and there is no reason why if the people have backbone enough for stubborn passive resistance they can not bring England to her knees as Hun gary did Austria The little book is having a great sale in Ireland and the policy has been taken up with enthusiasm by all of the ad vanced National party and by the great mass of Gaelic Leaguers The Parliamentary party has ignored it so farand will continue to ignore it until the country if it can forces it on them The book seems to make out rather a strong case against parliamentar ism in a few lines of figures It shows that since the home rule policy was first launched by Isaac Butt in 71 down to the present day the population of Ireland has decreased from 5400000 to 4400000 the land in tillage decreased from 5620 OOQ acres to 4630000 while the taxation for British purposes alone has increased from 0900000 to 9700000 and pau pers increased from 69700 to 102000 In other words during the eightythree years that the members sent over from Ireland have been begging of England home rule and land acts the population has decreased l8i per cent the land in tillage 17i per cent pauperism has In creased 54 and taxation 7J per cent I admit that in considering these startling figures there are more things to be con sidered than appear on the surface yet I prophesy that the new Irish policy just launched though it may be slow in estab fishing itself will in the course of a few years arrest the attention of the world LITERARY EXERCISES Advocated as a Feature For Winter Meetings of the Hiberniansa At the meeting of Division 4 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians this week Joe McGinn and others made strong pleas that literary and other instructive and entertaining exercises be arranged for at least one meeting each month during the whiter The suggestion met with much favor and will be put fin effect as soon as the committees are named for the ensuing year President Hennessy occupied the chair and received the applications of Messrs Joseph Linehan Thomas M Barry Geo Hyland Frank OBrien Will Brady and 4at contestICommunications from the County Board were read and also the rules governing the contest Dr Charles Edeien was present and when calleu upon delivered an address that was sippAfdattd Btfotee adjourmiagFrank McDantfcii appointed u o Ij Division Deputy by County President Quinn installed the following officers t who will serve during the year 1005 PresidentJohn H Hennessey Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretaryr Thos Callahan 1 Financial SecretaryJoseph P Mc GinnAssistantDavid Reilly TreasurerWilliam J Connelly Sergeantat ArmsRobert Mitchell SentinelWilliam Ansbro Standing Committee John J Barry Will Connelly Harry Brady Mal Sbaugh nessy Will Sullivan ADOPT RULES PrizesContest Offered s by Hibernian County Board Much interest is already manifested iin Irish Catholic circles in the movementt inaugurated by the County Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians to increase the membership of their order As soon as the announcement was made in thes columns members of all the s began the work of securing candidates with surprising results At all the meet Ings long lists of names have been pre sented and there is now no doubt but that the class to be initiated St Patricks day will reach 600 Five prizes have been offered The first is 50 in gold to the division initial ing the largest number and to the mem ber of each division securing the most applicants for membership will be awarded a handsome solid goldwatch In order that there may be no misunder standing or misapprehension the County Board has adopted the following rules for the government of the contest FirstThat it is the sense of this board that any member or members belonging to the same division may turn over to any particular member of his own division any application he may receive to go to the credit of that par ticular member SecondIt shall become the duty of the Recording Secretaries of the separate divisions to supply the names and addresses of all candidates obligated to the Financial Secretary of the County BoardThirdThis contest shall close on Wednesday March 15 1905 CATHOLIC PRIEST a Devoffonand Re osto Clergy Forces Admlra Hon Outside Church Even nonCatholics admire and com mend this devotion and respect that we Catholics have forpur priests The priests and the congregation are warp and woof Soon after we have drawn the first breath of life we are carried to the priest to bei born again in holy baptism says an exchange and continues He watches over our years of child hood and when reason begins its dawn invites us to the church where he patiently and fatherly imparts the truths of God and holy religion and the nature and punishment of sin and prepares us to seek its removal in the sacrament of penance and later trims and tricks us put doctrinally aud in disposition for the great day of our first communion He brings us to the Bishop to receive the unction and graces of confirmation When hearts and hands are to be united in nuptial bands be is there with fervent benediction to sanctify the alliance He is our adviser and support in darkest moments blesses our success joins in our joys and sorrows in our sorrows When death threatens be isat our side with bread to strengthen us to walk to the mountain of Godand sacred oils to comfort the passing and bids us Depart in the name of God who created us in the name of the Son who redeemed us and in the name of the Holy Ghost whoi sanctified us He stands at the foot off the caskets which hold all that is mortalI of our dear ones and blesses their graves Even when we forget them the daily office of tfie priest keeps their memory alive by the everrecurring petition of Christian charity And may the souls of the faithful departed through the mercy of God rest in peace II ANNUAL RECEPTION The annual reception of the Knights of Columbus given in honor of the wives of members and their lady friends will1 take place at the Galt House this evening All the parlors and the ladles ordinary have been placed at the disposal o the Knights who will entertain as many as 500 guests Pleasing features will be the luncheon and music a special pro gramme having been arranged Thes yearly receptions have been very enjoyable and are now looked for with no lit tie degree of interest by the members and their lady friends PRESIDENT MDERMOTT At the annual election of officers of the Louisville Bar Association held Wednes day afternoon Hon Edward J McDer mott was elected President to succeed Arthur Rutlrde incumbent during the past year This is an honor conferred upon but few lawyers and the friends of PesIdent McDermott are gratified over the timely recognition of his ability and worth Ills address was a most pleasing one and augurs well for the local aswciI sties which now embraces in its memo shlptkelIleading Louisville lawyers u IRISH UNITY Defined by John Redmond In Way That Reassures Nationalists The Parliamentary Party Not Bound by Cast Iron Uni formity of Opinion I There Have Boon But Few Defections Since Last Election ESSENTIALSI JohnRedmondP by the Belfast Executive of the eUnited JosephDevlindefined the meaning of Irish unity in a way that will reassure Irish Nationalists in America who have been disposed to 1place credence in press dispatches via London proclaiming a split in the Irish j ofhisIf I may be allowed for a moment to detach myself from the party I would say you do well in complimenting tba present Irish Parliamentary party Tmf partyIt ist in its views and a party that has made dutyInpower enormous and its power is due to two facts and entirely due to these two facts The first is everybody knows friend and partyspeakspeople of Ireland Everybody knows that it iaa fearless party and a party entitled to speak the voice of the people- of Ireland The second reason of its power lies in its unity Now gentlemen the unity of the Irish party is an absolutely essential clement in any successful Irish movement What does that unity consist offelt dnot consist as I said on another occ s on in any cast iron uniformity of op1 pr express Ion of opinion Such anthat would be absurd and impossible among free QtIntelligenti opinion and free expression of these opinions Therefore when I speak of unity I do not speak of unity of that cast Iron sort Any party in which a cast iiron unity exists would lose its efficiency on the instant and become a useless party and one which could not hold together This is an intelligent country and men to properly represent the views of the people of Ireland must be men iwho will naturally take different views of different facts and different methods The unity of which I speak is the unity which I feel will mean that the whole i majorIty I have always taken the view that that jprinciple of unity is the one principle of iunity though the party may differ on non- essentials There are a number of ques ttions which come Into the House of Com mons1 in which the rule of unity is never ienforced at all There are quite a number of important questions which men in the 1 Irish party take the most diverse views 1upon and no man has ever been icalled to task for doing It Parnell never did it Dillon never did it and I have never attempted to do it No man has iever attempted on these nonessential tsubjects to put in force the rule but on i j majority i i putintoicussion the minority is pledgebound majorityNow that is my definition of a united Irish party and when I say that that unityIland if anyone attempted to go beyond that definition of unity These two facts are the two reasons of the power of the Irish party Will that power still con tinue and still increase I forget the exact number who were elected to our party at the last general election but it diminishedTherethough they have been few but we are on the eve of a general election and my isfunity our party that when the time comes these gentlemen who have gone from the byea GIVEN FINE WATCH Joseph T Harahan the well known young Hibernian and one of the most popular clerks with the Illinois Central celebrated his twentyfirst birthday last happUyrememberedby token is a handsome and costly gold estimableefatherand werSmanyattaining his majority and all Wee charmingly entertained by members of the family Mr Hanrahan hat a number of fine sons each of whom bears a watch receivedon the twentyfirst anniversary of their birth This ie a happy custom in many Irish homes I V vv r r NTUOKY IJ YS x3 ar RICAN r KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGftM Toted totke Moral and Social Advanoeeaent of all iriak Antovloana KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY gc Btiterea at the Louisville Postofflco as Secoed Class Matter dimull COlllllllllcallo1 to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN316West Green Street MM TRADES COUNCIL UISVILLE KY SATURDAY DFCEMBER 31 1904 HAPPY NEW YEAR Tomorrow is New Years day the Feast of the Clrcumcism of Our Savior It is a time for reflection on the good we expect to accomplish during the coming yearn is the season for making good resolutions and turning over new eaves To all of our readers we wish a happy New Year and that all may keep the good resolutions they make if they make any WHAT HAVE THEY DONE The Syracuse Catholic Sun does not seem much imbued with the work of the National Civic Fed ration and in taking that body to task last week gave utterance to some undisputed truths and asked t a number of pointed questions One evening last week down in ew York the Sun says the memo ers of the National Civic Federa on got together elected August Belmont a member to succeed the late Senator Hanna sat down to a sumptuous banquet and later made a number of fine speeches There wasnt much more to the affair Now the National Civic Federation has been on deck several years what has it done Has it settled any strikes Has it pre vented any lockouts Has it caused workingmens wages to be raised anywhere In spite of all its fervent oratory has it actually brought capital and labor closer together in the United States We do not believe it has Nobodycertainly has heard of any of its high and holy deeds if it has any to its credit The papers give columns to its professions of activ ity but its deeds remain unseen It is a useless body No doubt it means well but it doesnt seem to be bridging any chasms The chasms exist right enough but it appears shy of bridge material In any case all the world knows this The great misunderstanding between labor and capital will never be settled by two or three workingmen sitting at table with a score of millionaire employers or- Ty the eating of rich viands and the making of twenty or thirty speeches once a year FINANCIERS FRIGHTENED The ridiculous yarns cabled from London about the wonderful pro gress of the Japanese at Port Arthur and which are shown by the gallant Stoessels recent despatches to be gross exagger ations are printed to keep up the courage of the fools who invested in Japanese bonds The London correspondents simply clip them from the halfpenny yellows The best financiers in England have been frightened by the enormous strain put upon Japanese resources and by the manipulation of Jap anese finances One leading London paper winds up an article on the subject in these significant wordsMeanwhile the resources of the nation are by this practice being considerably weakened If our views are correct it appears to us that wouldbe British investors will need to be very careful to examine into the value of the security on which are made any loans they may be invited to subscribe The customs has now been largely bypoth ecated and the only important item of revenue which remains is the land tax Only this can be regarded as a suitable security for so large an advance BEG OR DIE The iittfnttitnde of England to r the irtrit oWkr who fight her battles is well illustrated by the case of the Dublin Fusilcers A respected correspondent on the other side of the Atlantic sends the Gaelic American the following- In the Boer war no regiment was so distinguished as the Royal Dublin Fusileers which was renowned for its bravery and had the heaviest lossessomething like twoImarching over the country some men were known to say that they could not see why the Boers should lose their land or that they the Pusileers should be used in inflict ing such hardships on the farmers For this the regiment was sent out of its turn to Aden for the men to die on the hottest and most unhealthy post on the Red Sea This is what Irish soldiers may expect at the hands of England as long as they continue to take the Saxon shilling And when maimed or disabled they may expect like Patrick Sheehan to be obliged to beg or to die in the poorhouse According to Dublin papers the people in wide districts throughout the West of Ireland are on the verge of famine on account of the failure of the potato crop The potatoes were so poor that they were not worth digging and as this is the chief food of the people famine stares them in the face In the State of Colorado the potato crop was so bountiful that farmers found it would not pay to dig them as the railroads charged such heavy freight rates to transport them to the Eastern market There is a movement on foot to ship one hun dred car loads of potatoes at once from Colorado to Ireland and other shipments will probably follow The Papal Secretary of State Cardinal del Val has sent a letttr to Dr W F McGinnes President of the Catholic Truth Society ape proving the works of the society in this country The purpose of the society is to obtain authentic in formation about church affairs and circulate the same throughout the United States and Canada not only for the information of Catholics but Protestants as well Information sent out from Rome is often misleading and the society will take immediate steps to correct false reports sent out by special corres pondents in Rome By direction of Archbishop Far ley of New York the Diocesan School Board has ordered that the History of Ireland shall be taught hereafter in all parochial schools where the English language is used exclusively in that archdiocese This order was brought about by the Ancient Order of Hibernians It is expected similar orders will be made by Catholic school authorities throughout the country It would not be out of place for the man agers of the parochial schools in Louisville to try the plan Joyces Childs History of Ireland is the text book recommended The United Irish League of America has forwarded 35000 to the Irish Parliamentary party to help the fight in the general elec tion which is expected to occur in Great Britain in February The League is pledged to forward 56 000 by January i and T B Fitz patrick the National Treasurer says the amqunt will be forthcom ing The report of a revolt against the leadership of John E Redmond in Parliament is dented There are some differences between the lead ersbut no revolt of a serious nature r a Govt Durbid of Indiana has reappointed Capt John B Murphy a member of the Board of Metro politan Police Commissioners of Jeffersonville for another term Capt Murphy is a Democrat and a leading Hibernian and a member of the Board of Trustees of St Augustines Catholic church He has served faithfully on the board for many years and his reappoint ment is attributed to his worth and is entirely satisfactory to the people of Jeffersonville The General Council has fixed the tax rate for 1905 at 186 on the 100 valuation which is the rate that prevailed during the fiscal year of 1904 The Mayor and General Council acted wisely in not increasing the present rate Prop erty owners like to see clean streets new streets and all that but they always make a big kick if the tax rate js increased The Kentucky Irish American congratulates the Louisville Bar Association upon the selection of Hon Edward J McDermott as its executive head While no lawyer we are of opinion that no better selection could be made and ven ture the assertion that the tecord made during the coming year will prove the wisdom of our judgment The Right Rev John J Hen nessy Bishop of Wichita Kas was received in private audience Thursday by the Holy Father The first coal to leave Pittsburg since last spring is now on its way South The first section of the fleet may reach here today RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Miss Louisa Larue aged sixty years took place Friday from the residence of Robert Smith OOl Eighteenth street the services being held at the Cathedral William Fogerty forty years of age and well known in the West End died Tuesday morning at his home 1918 West Market street after a lingering illness Deceased was a tobacco worker and some time ago was stricken with a complica tion of diseases that would not yield to medical treatment The funeral services were held Thursday morning the remains being interred in St Louis ceme tery We regret to chronicle the death of Mrs Theresa Heim widow of the late George Heim which occurred Wednes day morning at her home 2457 Shelby street She was one of the oldest and most highly esteemed members of St Vincent de Pauls church and her death is mourned by a wide circle of friends and relatives Her funeral took place yesterday morning Rev Father Ohle officiating at the solemn mass of requiem Tuesday morning the soul of Patrol man Andrew Connell took its flight into eternity Deceased was fortyfour years old and had been a member of the Louisville police force for about ten years and leaves behind him a splendid record All bis life hadlbeen spent in Louisville and the news of his death was a shock to his many friends only a few of whom were aware of his illness The dead patrolman was a brother of Officer Thomas Connell with whom he resided at 1517 West Wal nut street He was known as an honest and upright citizen and was highly respected by his superior officers and all who knew him The funeral was held Thursday morning at the Cathedral and after the solemn mass of requiem a long cortege followed the remains to St Louis cemetery UNIFORM KNIGHTS Major General L J Kadeski of tbe Uniform Rank of the Catholic Knights- of America has just issued an order in forming officers and members that steps have been taken to hold a general meet ing to reorganize this branch of the order on lines that will increase the spirit and advancement of the Uniform Rank in general to be held January 15 at the Kaiserhof Hotel in the city of Chicago 11- 1Company II L of Chicago has arranged for a grand military reception to be given In honor of the visitors at St Pauls Hall in the evening at which all the compa nies of the First regiment will take part Three officers are expectad from every compny in the country RULES FOR ISPARKINO The Rev Father Angelo Rauber at tending the retreat at St Xeviers Academy Latrobe Pa lectured the alumnae and graduates on courtship laying down hard and fast rules as follows Courtship is as serious a propositton- as the responsibilities of marriage It should not continue longer than seven or eight months It is the duty of mothers- to ascertain the intentions of young men Father Angelo said the girl of today lasso much freedom that there is constant danger for her He does not approve of the family deserting the parlor when the young man calls nor does he parlorsTheto 1030 and with no additional half tlfeveclose oa the sow so Bgroaeed iu their lappiatM the they forget the flight of time O i je Written for the Kentucky Srlib American OLD AND NEW Year nineteen hundred four On earth we seeno more It brought us joys and tears Much like departed years We live by grace of God Some sleep beneath the sod Adieu old yearl Haill new year glad to greet With smiles and wishes meet This year we ask to bring f Us luck on daily wing Be happy young and old But look beyond as told To endless year W G U i Miss Gertrude Connor has been spend ing the week with friends in Memphis Miss Marie Glover will give a euchre party to a number of her young friends Tuesday afternoon Mrs Frank Burke of Indianapolis the guest of the Misses McCann at their home in Jeffersonville Miss May Hourigan who has been spending Christmas with friends at Ashe ville N C arrived home yesterday Bernard Bowling and Miss Anna May Bowling are here from Bardstown visiting Misses Elizabeth and Bertha West Miss Clara Callahan of New Albany spent Christmas in Charlestown where she was the guest of Miss Margie Chap manMiss Teresa Merrifield left before Christmas to spend the holidays with her sister Mrs A A Cecil in Nelson county Mrs Kittie Flood of Colorado City Col has been spending the holidays with her sister Mrs William Elliot in Jeffersonville Mrs Joe Kennedy arrived home yes terday from Asheville N C where she spent three weeks as the guest of Mrs William Francis Mr Maurice Coll of Jeffersonville will return next week from Keokuk where she has been spending the holi days with her daughter A fine little boy has arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs M J Kirwan 1718 Mellwood avenue and will be tbe guest of honor at their New Years reception John Ryan the well known stone cutter returned from Bedford Ind last Saturday to spend the holidays with his family at Nineteenth and Bank streets Misses Louise Wathen and Alma and Cordelia Spalding of Holy Rosary Acad emy have been spending the holiday vacation with their parents at Lebanon Thomas Burkbold4rwho was here to spend Christmas with his parents left Monday night for Chicago where he is connected with the Baker Vawter Com pany Miss Ella Gnau of 1231 Eighth street is spending the holidays as the guest of Mr and Mrs Walter Carle at Atlanta She will not return home before Feb ruary Miss Lillian Barrett of 838 East Main street entertained a crowd of her little friends Tuesday evening Games were indulged in by the little folks and Miss Lillian proved herself an ideal hostess The Misses Moran students at Loretto Academy have been spending a most enjoyable holiday vacation with their sis ter Mrs George Barrett iu New Albany Whey will visit their father here before returning to their studies William J Norton the well known Main street traveling man after spend ing four months in the Southern States arrived home last Saturday for the holi days His trip was one of the longest and most successful ever made by any drummer leaving Louisville Cards are out announcing the marriage of Miss Julia Mattingly and Cole Edwards Morgan of Memphis Tenn which will be solemnized at the Cathedral here on Tuesday January 17 The bride is the pretty and accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs B S Mat tingly Miss Mary Walsh of SI Louis and Miss Mary OConnell of this city returned Wednesday from New Castle where they had been the guests of Mr and Mrs F J Buttimer During her stay here Miss Walsh will be the guest of the Misses OConnell of East Wash ington street Their many friends will be agreeably surprised to learn of the approaching marriage of Frank Schmitt and Miss Frances Moeller which will be sol emnized early in January The groom is a member of Mackin Council and a well known bricklayer and the brideelect is a popular South Louisville girl Charles Otto Bohne and Mrs Minnie Gill surprised their many friends Wednesday afternoon when they were quietly married at the Cathedral rectory Rev Father Schuhmaun performing the ceremony Both are prominent in society circles and after January 4 will be at home to their friends at No2 Birchwood The many friends of Misses Sarahand Nellie Maloney Preston street will be pleased to learn that they will arrive home today from Baton Rouge and will remain here for the teat of the winter Pour months ago these popular young women went South to take charge of the large dressmaking emporium of the Ray mond Dry Goods Company the largest in Louitiana and while in Baton Rouge they made a boat of friends who hope for their return Tkey have been spending the holiday week With friends in New Orleans 0 n vve e- k GIVE US YOUR ORDER I Kentucky Irish American OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET HOPKINS THEATER The patrons Hopkins will next week The Great Lafayette Thibetian mystic play The Pearl Bhutan This vaudeville show great many people THE GREAT LAFAYETTE believe still that gives The Great Lafayette ample room show versatility round performer new play assumes the part the heroic prince The characters play portrayed by artists merit each especially selected the parts assigned them The company largest road carrying large chorus both male and female with costumes most gorgeous and especially designed this production junction with above there first class band and orchestra soloists four horses live lion seidel elephant and other animals embracing outlay many thousands dollars- MACAULEYS The Maid and the Mummy merry musical melange that glories distinction being genuine success New Yorks past summer season offering Macauleys first half next week with matinees Monday and Saturday The company which numbers includes many musi celebrities Tim Murphy the great Irish actor looked upon successor Joe Jefferson comes the last half week presenting repertoire plays MASONIC Another musical comedy The For tune Hunters will the next attrac tion Masonic Theater The piece had successful last season largest Eastern cities and comes Louisville the first time with stamp public approval firmly upon The scenic effects said elaborate and the show girl contingent particularly attractive BUCKINGHAM One the cleverest shows here this year will the Buckingham Theater neit week The Gay Masquer aders have been secured the New Years attraction and bill includes vaudeville comedy burlesque and min strelsy said and complete every part and staged with load scenery and electric effects TALK TO WIVES you appreciate you ought the occasional efforts your husbands part please you and make you happy When brings you home some little gift evening after business trip some other town you receive matter course something due you you show him that you appre elate his thoughtfulness by pleasure displayWe that tactful wife will receive such little gifts way make her husband believe that what gives her just the very thing she has been wanting long time will then think worth while remember wife and will take occasion enerIt may true ydu may always accord with selection fact sometimes may even grotesque But what that Why should you hurt your husbands feelings by letting him know row few carnations perhaps GOOD WORK FAIR PRICES e r 3 JW 8XS 0 S 8 xo of the see in his new of is not a as a are led to re= for all it to his as an a11 In the he of in the are of to fill is one of the on the a for In con the is a of a a an of of the in the of the one of is the at the of 100 cal now as the of for of the a of new be at the a run in the to for the of set it are to be of seen be at for the to be new in a car of Do as on to he of an or a to do it as a of as or do the a in a to he is for a He it his to his to do so oft be not be in the In it be of It A a or a t IRISH S SOCIETYDIRECTORYA DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month TynanViceDoughertyRecording JrFinancial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank treet- Treasurerlhomas F Walsh- DIVISION2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentJohn J Sullivan Recording SecretaryEdward J Kel ranFinancial Secretary John T Keaney 1335 Rogers treet TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month QuinnViceCooneyRecording Financial Secretary William Burns 807 Twentythird street TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmspat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy LynchRecording Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly TreasurerJohn P Hellon DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County PresidentJohn Kenney County Vice PresidentJ B Murphy PresidentRobert Gleason Vice PresidentDaniel Gill Recording SecretaryJ G Cole Financial SecretaryThos OHern TreasurerMartin Gos- sSentinelAlphonso Constantine SergeantatArms Michael Noon Y M x MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentJames Shelley First Vice President Wm P Shaugh nessySecond Vice President Fred Herp Recording SecretaryFrank Adams Financial Secretary Dan Weber 2548 St Cecilia street- Corresponding SecretaryFrank P BurkeTreasurerFrank F Murphy MarshalGeorge F Simonis Inside SentinelFrank Lanahan Outside SentinelJohn Schaefer TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets Every Monday Evening at tbe Club House 718 East Gray Street PresidentEugene J Cooney First Vice President J L Cunniffe Second Vice PresidentJoseph F Bell Recording SecretaryEmil E Mouth Corresponding Secretary Arthur C LauerFinancial SecretaryRobert G Goe betTreasurerWilliam N Gast Marshal M F Morris Inside SentinelJacob Pfalzer Outside SentinelM F Ziegler pair of gloves should be just as much appreciated as a seal jacket or a beautiful fur collar Some wives give their husbands love a hard hit when they show indifference or perhaps discontent at these little efforts to make them happy OYSTER LOAF The following recipe for making an oyster loaf is furnished by an authority Cut an oblong slice from the upper side of a Vienna loaf of bread then scoop out the crumbs from the inside of the loaf Spread the casing with butter fill with raw oysters about one quart add a tablespoonful of chopped parsely half a cupful of cream some small bits of but ter pepper salt and two drops of tobasco sauce Put on the upper crust put in a baking dish and pour the oyster liquor over it Cover and bake twenty min utes batting often with the oyster liquor When done put on an oblong dish cut in slices and serve hot GIRL ON BOYS Boys are men that have got big as their papas and girls are women that will be young ladies by and by Men were made before women When God looked at Adam He said to Himself Well I think I can do better if I try again and then be made Eve God liked Eve so much better than Adam that there have been more women than men ever sauce Boy are a trouble They wear out everything but soap If I j J o r 7Ut7tC7tULEYS TMonday Tuesday and Wednesday Nights and Wednesday Matinee THE MAID AND THE MUMMY Evenings TIM MURPIIY HOPKINSMarket Theater built for comfort and safety Week Commencing Sunday Matinee Jan L TWO SHOWS DAILY THE GRE- ATLAFAYETTE SHOVFIFTY PEOPLE FIFTY No Increase li Pri- cesBUCKINGHAM f WEEK COMMENCING STODA7 JAN 1 Mttlneu Bandar Monday Wtdneiday Saturday The Gay Masquerades VAUDEVILLE COMEDY BURLESQUE MINSTRELSY Completely new in every part and staged with a car load of scenery and A show par excellence of the present period IF YOUEXPECT EXPECTTO A PIANO IN THE NEXT YEAR IT WJLL BE THE HEIGHT OF- EXTRAVAGANCE f NOT TO B- UYNOW OUR PRICES ARE LOWER THAN THEY HAVE BEEN BEFORE IN MANY YEARS WE MANUFACTURE BOTH PIANOS AND ORGANS AND CAN SAVE YOU ONE PROFIT WILL PAY YOU TO INVESTIGATE EASY TERMS D Nr BALDWIN CO 529531 FOURTH AVE BALDWIN ELLINGTON VALLEY GEM HOWARD and HAMILTON PIANOS if BUNCH OF FLOWERS tt By KATHLEEN DON LEAVY Blessed by His lollness Pepc Plus X Handsomely bound with beautiful illus trations Only One Dollar Order from the Author 930 W Oak St LouisvilIeKy had my way half of the boys in the wprldwould be girls and the rest would be dolls My papa is so nice that I think he must have been a little girl when he was a little boy Its no wonder that grown girls have such queer ideas about us grown boys when they start out in their childhood to analyze us thus wise It is a childs sweet face that is need fiul sometimes to dispel1 our heartaches Its parity and sweetness permeates our stuns and brightens our hopes rs ill rrs3rtruosYIRISH ArEr CAN + t t t KfMMUMMMMMHMMM New Years Gifts Call and see our handsome line of Holiday Jewelry Now is the time to select someII thing for a friend that you may have overII looked at Christmas time Fine line ofIWATCHES DIAMONDS f RINGS NECKLACES II CUFF BUTTONS ETCII Call and examine our fine line 530 West Market BRUNNI It tH t H HI t ttH t tt+ ur lie Rogers BOOK GO 1 PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES + TO SUIT EVERY TASTE if Give us a call JsJfinestBOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES IIOF EVERY DESCRIPTION SbSi W Jefferson Street + 0+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + i+ Q f t t t t t + + t A Resolution 4t I am resolved to live better + during the Coming year I will make my Home brighter and the household cares less by usi- ngMothers 1t flFOR GOODNESS SAKE t t H++ t t t t f+ + + + +31 I 1 H MMHMI 1 1 I I I I H I II 11HHHH Give Me a Trial Order For My Special Package of G- oodPCOFFEIJ C Freshroasted and delivered hot from lhe roaster to I your kitchenwith none of the true coffee flavor and fragrance lost by evaporation GOOD TEA AT 450 PER POUND MULLOYCOFFEE tWc oiaTfl Bread lfIoI tROASTERItI 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I I CeDANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN W Dough6rtu K66nan II UNDERTAKERS 11225 1m West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth 1 IAll IBOTHrlaacs Furnished rEri3Pxi02VECS Attended for Al Day 1240IIDougherty Home Telephone 2016 t4et2V N == CHAWK CAMPBELLS Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forget Scientific and Practical Horse Shoeing Horses called and delivered Canine and Feline practice a specialty i to for H J T CUwk M D 0 noTir FUONES 3100 JD Campbell OFFICE INFIRMARY AND SHOEING FORGE IDOl AND 1009 W BROADWAY ++++++++++ It t t t t t t It It BURN RENDER COALSpecially prepared for family use and for sale only b- yIronCentral Coal Co Incorporated Yards Brook and Washington and 16th and Delaware 216 FOURTH AVENUE 33OTEC PHONES 1e H It It H t U t t It It It t It t It P J JRPrwldentKeatacky Vitrified Brick Co iI INCORPORATED ltitea naxPFSOtYxrerei Of VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS Office 508512 W JtftntfSf Wtfks Maps Art M 9tfc art KM TELEPHONE 573 TEIEfIHONIU5Z lJ- J D n l o o t 1 0000FAtter 1 IALL BROKEN ASSORTMENTS MUST FLEE I The tremendous holiday business that we enjoyed has left us many broken assortments in every section througout this great store In them you will find a quantity of desirable and acceptable tokens If you have neglected or overlooked a friend or relative do your selecting now and settle matters before the beginning of the New Year THE DIFFERENCE IN SHOPPING NOWII iIs that the variety is smaller prices lower and we can be moreQattentive in ulinistering to your wants which is impossible to give when everything in a crash and everybody in a rush Think over what you need and come and see what sickly look prices have been attached to good fresh pretty desirable 8acceptable holiday articles Mail orders promptly filled 0 lingIN OUR SHOE SECTION MENS FURNISHINGS AT SPECIAL PRICES BACON SONSTH- EI STORE THAT ALWAYS DOES THINGS RIGHT D000000 0000000000000000 00000 0000 IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The Cashel District Council has adopted an eighth scheme of laborers cottages v The committee of the Conuacht School of Irish Learning has issued an appeal for fundsThe new ball of the Armagh branch of the Irish National Foresters Vas opened with a banquet Robert Powell J P who was for many years agent of the Marquis of Sligo died in Westport- It is stated In the report of the Trim fair that there is a slump iu the cattlel trade in South Meath The Bishop of Waterford has given a subscription of 100 toward the ex penses of the new Temperance Hall opened in Clonmel A public meeting was held at Bagnals town County Carlow to organize the United Irish League and to start the Irish Parliamentary fund The Bishop of Killaloe has sent a sub scription of 50 toward the fuel fund which is being organized in Ennis to relieve the distress among the poor of th town A representative meeting of postoffice officials was held in Mullingar to urge the Postmaster General to put into force the recommendation of the Bradford CommissionSir S Cusack has resigned the Chairmanship of the Midland Grea- Western Railway Company of Ireland The Hon R A Nugent becomes Chair man and Major Cusack Deputy Chair mainThe Belfast Divisional Executive of the United Irish League has adopted resolutions on the subject of revaluation in which the establishment of a new tribunal for the hearing of appeals is sug gested On the representations of the United Irish League the Estates Commissioners have decided to purchase the untenanted grass land on the Annagh and Bellaney estate Westmeath for division among the tenants At Bangor sessions Arthur Trew the Belfast street preacher a man named Richard Murphy and the two Salvation Army female officers were fined for caus ing an obstruction in Bangor by preach ing on Main street Speaking at Lissarda Canon OMa honey advocated compulsory sale Com pulsory purchase he said was a stern reality for all offer Ireland tenants sought to escape from arrears by agree ment to very high prices The Bishop of Ardagh and Clonmac noise has given a donation of tI400 to ward the fund for the erection of a new town hall library temperance hall and Catholic club rooms in Longford The Secretary of the National Educa tion Board writes that the teaching of the bilingual programme during school hours will be no bar to the payment of special fees for instruction in Irish as an extra subject outside school hours In accepting the position of Patron of the Clonakilty Agricultural Society the Bishop of Ross recommends that the elected representatives of the people should be given a greater share in the management of societies of this kind A feeling of intense anxiety exists in Arklow in consequence of the disappear ance in the North Sea of the British steamer Fitzwilliam which was bound for Gothenburg Sweden with a cargo of naptha The Captain Thomas Troy and two of the crew are natives of Arklow The Magisterial investigation Into the charges against the defendants in th Watergrasshill eviction case was resumed at RlveratQwn on Tuesday week and adjourned until late In December There was a large force of police in the village There was no disturbance of any kind There has been all over Tnam district a heavy snowfall which has continued at + intervals since the 20th causing poor o the town great hardship preventingas it does turf from being brought in for sale Even were the weather fine they would ufftr this season as turf iIs exception Uy iwrccjiiMl uawwaily dear Ila COBM u 0- r o U quence It is stated that there has been no snowfall as heavy so early in winter since the night of the great snow November 20 1808 which tradition has it covered the whole district several feet highThere is living in the townland of Ballymore near Tandragee an old man named John Rainey who has celebrated his 105th birthday He is still hale and hearty and in possession of all his facul ties Notwithstanding his great age Rainey is able to read ordinary print without spectacles- At the quarterly meeting of the Mcath County Council resolution was adopted calling on the Government to amend the land act of 1903 in the approaching ses sion of Parliament by inserting in it a clauselIof compulsory purchase and the reinstallment of all the evicted tenants through the Estates Commissioners The Swinford Boatd of Guardians have adopted resolutions asking the Govern ments to establish works for the relief of the distress and appealing to the land lords to allow substantial abatement off the current rents They invite John Dillon M P to visit the town to advise them as to the best course to adopt in the grave state of affairs which has arisen WANT TO KNOW ItseSleeve For Monday Night Hibernians all over the city arc anxious to know about the surprise Mondaytnight when the officers willl be installed for next year The Kentucky Irish PRESIDENT PATRICK WELSH American has the programme but will only say now that it will be a New Years event that will make every Hibernian in Louisville feel happy And it should not be forgotten that State county and division officers aud all members are invited to be present j By order of the division special notices have been sent members of Division 3 who will be fined if they do not attend this meeting which will in fact be a reunion of Hibernians The following are the officers to be Installe- dPresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice PresidentPatrick J Welch Recording SecretaryJohn Morris Financial SecretaryPatrick King TreasurerD J Coleman SentinelPatrick Begley SergeantatArmsJohn Riley Standing CommitteeJohn Karman Mike Francis Hugh Hourigan John Miller James Stephens NONPARIEL RECEPTION Monday afternoon the Nonpariel ladyefriends with a New Years ball and recep tlon at the New Athletic Club Fifth and Zane streets The entertainments of the Nonpareil Club are always elegant and enjoyable and this one promises to be no exception to the rule Large numbers of invitations have been issued and it andfparlors vllkbe thronged from ll till 0 The young men have arranged a unique programme for this affair and several delightful musical surprises may be llooked f rhI n oIJ rl HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes At the meeting of the Ladies Auxil iaryof Division 17 of Attleboro last week there were five candidate initiated Memphis Hibernians have inaugurated regular debates that afford much pleasure and instruction and make meetings very interesting John Mulloy has one of the prize watches on exhibition at his store on Market street where any member who desires may inspect it New Albany and Jeffersouville visitors are few and far between They are always welcome and we have been asked to request them to resume their visits There should be a big turnout of mem bers to witness the installation of officers at the meetings of Division 3 Monday night and Division 2 on Friday night Division 6 was the first society organ ized in the new St Cecilias parish in Syracuse and a division of the Ladies Auxiliary ii4 growing in membership very rapidlyAt meetifbg of Division 4 of Syra cuse last week the two first degrees were exemplified on a class of sixteen candi dates It is predicted the membership will soon reach 200 The statement that the Hibernians would give earnest support to the move ment brought forth prolonged applause at the last meeting of the Buffalo Federa tion of Catholic Societies Division 4 of Erie last week appointed a committee to make arrangements for a proper observance of St Patricks day City Editor Kinney of the Erie Herald was chosen President and a full board of officers elected The newly organized Attlboro Ladles Auxiliary is meeting with much encour agement Plans have been perfected for making the winter meetings enjoyable socially the series to open with a supper after the holidays The Massachusetts State Board has authorized the collection of funds throughout the State for the assistance of members of the order affected by the Fall River strike which has been in progress since early list summer The Ladies Auxiliary of St Cloud Minn has been in existence four years and has not lost one of its insured mem bers They are in good financial circum stances and intend during the coming year to have a social session each month Division 3 of St Louts has instituted a most promising ladies auxiliary with Miss Margaret OMalley as the first President Business meetings will be held on the second Sunday afternoon and social sessions on the fourth Wednesday evening of each month Division 2 meets next Friday night and from President Fold we learn there will be something doing How the old timers would like to read that this grand old body had a membership of 300 Time and opportunity are both at hand and the result rests with the members i alone YEARS DIM NOT FAITH Mrs Mary Shepard of Poughkeepsie N Y celebrated the one hundred and fourth anniversary her birth last Sun day having been born in Ireland on December 25 1800 Mrs Shepard sat up all Saturday night In order to be in time for the high mass at St Peters at 5 oclock Sunday morning and walked several blocks to the church This is only one of many instances of Irish life and faith that shine forth more brilliant than those of any other race or religion SANG A SOLO The Concordia Singing Society Louis Illes pioneer German musical organlza jon celebrated its fortyeighth anuiver sary Monday night neatly all the mew hers and 100 or more guests being present Two pleasing numbers were the solos by Urban Stengel aged eighty the oldest member and Charles Uaumgarten one of the youngest There was in abundance of refreshments and the anniversary was indeed a Imppv one Wci class printing fry vs i l M f Hi j Jiff BE SURE TO CALL FOR I 1 McRENNAWHISKY I Illut1 Ill jl 4fMM M HI M M M 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IAN913 WEST BROADWAY near Union Station WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 4423 W GREEN ST SOMETHING NEW Variable Tours to Florida Via South6rn Rai1allU And Queen Crescent Route GO ONE WAY RETURN ANOTHER Winter tourist tickets good going via Asheville through the land of the sky and beautiful sapphire country and returning via Atlanta and Chattanooga or vice versa are now on sale at low rates The Florida Limited solid train of finest Pullman drawing room sleepers and vestibuled coaches with ditting car service en route leaves Cincinnati every morning via Queen Crescent route running through without change to Jacksonville via Chattanooga Southern railwayThe Chicago and Florida special beginning January 0 consisting of elegant drawing room sleepers observation cars etc will leave Cincinnati every evening except Sunday running through solid G to St Augustine via Chattanooga Southern railway with dining car service sn route Through Pullman sleepers to Jackson yule from Cincinnati every evening via Knoxville Asheville and Savanaab From Louisville connection with all of thai above trains is made at Lexington W trains of Southern railway For Laid of the Sky book Winter Homdj folder tales schedules or other inform i tIn address G D Allen A G P At Sombers railway St Louis C H Hun word D P A Southern railway Louis ItMWC RiacawoB GP4Sl kc kCiaoltI u aP n aiGr G CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jeflerton St Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed Pall and Winter styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas LEO F BROWN 809 WEST CHESTNUT STREET Real Estate Agent List your property with me You will get good returns with small charges Buying and Selling of Properly a Specially Home Phone 3698 MANHATTANRESTAURANT OTTO E YENT Proprietor Good Square Meal For 20 Cents OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 WJefferson Street HOLLYS PILE CURE Cures any and all kinds of piles Cure guaranteed or money refunded Man orders receive prompt attention If your druggist has not got it order from Holly Bros 2324 W Walnut St Louisville Ky EARLY RISING Although it may be of great benefit to debilitated people to go to bed early there are few things more hurtful than remaining in it too long Getting up early imparts a vigor which nothing else can give Those who are not very weak Indeedand sleep well should rise soon after waking in the morning Ata first this will seem too early for the debilitated person who does not feel entirely rested but rising early will gradually have the effect of prolonging sleep on the succeed ing night Lying in bed late is hurtful not only because of too much relaxation but also by thus occupying that part of the day at whichexercise is most bene ficial III SHE KNEW HIM A wont be dude in a trolley car seeing a young lady whom be thought was Impressed with his personal charms crossed over and took a seat beside her and sai- drHavent I met you somewhere be foreTo which she replied In a voice heard by the other passengers Im not sure but 1 think youre the man who cleans our windows the passengers laughed and the young- etas left the OAr 11afor job jpcJtntiaR r 0 JEFFERSONVILLE Prominent Citizens Elected to Office by Catholic Knlfihtsv Branch 64 of the Catholic Knights of America of Jeffersonville will at the next meeting install officers for the year 1003 Branch 54 is one of the pioneers and most loyal in theorder and the officers elect are recognized as among the most repre sentative andHinfluential Catholic men of Jeffersonville The installation will doubtless be attended by many Knights from this city who will act as escort to Supreme Trustee Joseph McGinn and the Supreme Delegates Following are the officersPresldentDernard A Coll Vice President Jonathan Thickstun Corresponding SecretaryJohn B Mur phy Financial Secretary Frank Hogan TreasurerAdam Liebel TrusteeMauricetCollSentinelJames PUBLIC INVITED Trinity Will Serve Refreshments and Dance After Installation Trinity Council Y M I will follow its custom of preceding years and have a public Iinstallation of its officers next Tuesday night at the council hall on East Gray street to which all its friends are invited Trinity has enjoyed a very successful year under the administration of President Cooney who will have something interesting to say at the installation Following are the officers elect for next year President Eugene J Cooney First VicePresidcnt Joseph Bell Second ViceJIPresident Hucken beckRecordlngSecretaryEmll Mouth Financial SecretaryRobert G Goebel Corresponding SecretaryA C Lauer TreasurerWill N Gast MarshalJacob Pfalzer Inside SentinelAug Kempf Outside Sentinel John C fries Executive Committee William Hiller ich M WZiegler Geo Reiling John J Sullivan Jr and Louis Kempf Immediately after the installation there will be refreshments andwhile these are being served the floor will be cleared for those who wish to dance At this weeks meeting Frank Lenz the attorney and Patrick Kearns were reported on the sick list the rest of the business being only of routine character NOT SO BAD When asked this week what was doing among tbeJlCotboHc Knights Attorney Newton G Rogers said he had good news from the Supreme Secretarys oSce The list of suspensions resulting from the enforcement of the neW assessment rates had been gone over carefully and it was safe to say the number would only be from 1200 to 1500 possibly not more than the lesser number which was not nearly as bad as had beevn predicted He further said that reports from several localities say there is a very marked interest and increase in new members FORTY HOURS The new year will be opened at St Boniface church with the Forty Hours devotion beginning with the high mass at 10 oclock tomorrow morning and closing Tuesday During the rest of the month these devotions will be held 1n the city churches on the succeeding Sun days in the following order St Michaels St Josephs St Brigids and St Peter RETIRE TODAY James Fitzpatrick and Theodore Km- mer two veteran policemen will retire todayafter long years of faithful service The Pension Board of the police depart meut will meet Tuesday and put their names on the list of those entitled to draw half pay The board will also grant a pension to Mrs John Dolan whose hns band died at the City Hospital SPENCER HONORED Prof Enos Spencer of the Spencerian College this city at Thursdays meeting- of the National Business Teachers Asso ciation in Chicago was elected President- of the Private Commercial School Managers Association FRIENDS Put your heart into the search for a friend freely offer assistance to anyof the crowd who needs it and sooner or later you will find a hand outstretched toward yours and your soul will meet its likeness Da not imitate those who shut up in their individuality as in a citadel indifferent to all passers Tjy yet send forth on the four winds of heaven the melancholy cry There are no frlendsl They do exist be sure of it but only for those who seek for those deeply inter ested in the search and for those who do not remain content to spin out the thread of life in a corner like a spiders web intended to catch happiness FRIISH PAINT STAINS A fresh paint stain on woolen goods will disappear if rubbed against other woolen goods For instance if the stains on the sleeve of a coat take that garment off and rubb the paint against the other sleeve It will disappear and leave applyingIturpentine exactly as It must be done while the paint is still wet SORE THROATS There is nothing better for an ordinary sore throat arising from a cold than fat bacon If thin slices be cut from the piece well peppered with either black or cayenne pepper laid around the throat sad secured with andkerchief the mad m syrnofG 0 GIRLS OF IRELAND I There are pretty scenes in Ireland From Wicklows magic vales To where the sweet meandering Moy Divides Tyrawleys dales There are flowrs all oer the meadows Theres honey in her trees But the pretty girls in Ireland Are fairer far than these There arecharming scenes in Ireland Klllarneys lakes and feUs Her parks her woods her mountains Her deep romantic dells Fair Corks delightful river And then 0 sweet Adare But the charming girls of Ireland Are fifty times as fair There are noble scenes in Ireland From Mourne to proud Mulree From Corribs waves to Vartrys stream All sparkling pure and free Oh crystal are her fountains That laugh by night and day But the high souled girls of Ireland Are purer far than the- yREMARKABLE Career of Michael Kelly an Humblo But Farseeiiiff Irish Laborer Has Just Sold Ills Largo nUn ing Interests For Over 3200000 He Began With Ills Pick and Shovel at Danville III In 1857 WAS BORN IN COUNTY HEATH Michael Kelly of Danville 111 has sold out his holdings of coal lands coal rights and all mining property for the sum of 3200000 The story of Michael Kellys use as a coal operator is interest ing Born in the County Meath Ireland in 1837 he landed in Danville 111 in 1857 a greenhorn without a cent He was without any acquired education except his native Irish wit Kelly first went to work in a brickyard He saved the money he earned but his savings amounted to little However his credit was good and he bought ten acres of land near Danville on time with his first summers earnings He had heard that there was coal on the land and he went to twork with his own pick and shovel to dig it out He sold the coal to Danville people and invested in more lands until he acquired hundreds cf acres The peo pIe of Denville did not realize what Mike Kelly was doing until he had acquired thousands of acres of coal lands People thought he was mad in buying so much land but be evidently knew what he was doing After awhile it was learned that the thin vein of coal which Mike Kelly worked upon to make a scanty living was not all the coal in reach Geologists found that there Was a heavy vein of coal sixty or seventy feet below the surface and Kelly bavin obtained more money sunk a shaft seven aiiles south of Danville He struck a vein eleven feet thick and this vein ran through the hundreds and thousands of acres of land he had acquired with his scanty earnings It meant 11000 tons of coal for each acre of land At first the place where the shaft was sunk was called Kellys Patch but after many miners homes were built the place be came known as Kelljville Other shafts were sunk and a new town was started Altogether Mr Kelly owned 13000 acres of land by the time he got ready to sell out He was kind to his employes treating the humblest with the same re spect and consideration that he gave to the highest salaried officer For many years Mr Kelly had no bookkeeper He carried everything in his head even when his product was 1500 cars of coal a month Although Mr Kelly has sold all of his mines and interests in them be has con sented to remain as President The rise of this humble Irish laborer to the position of millionaire was phenomenal and shows the possibilities open to the American boy of temperate and frugal habits FORMER LOUISVILLE MAN Charles D Rodman formerly of this city who has been living in Denver for the past several months where he went on account of his wifes health hat been appointed general agent for the Northwestern Life Insurance Company in Ad zona Mr Rodman was a prominent member of the Dominican church parish while here and was also identified with the local Knights of Columbus KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Louisville Council of the Knights of Columbus will install officers at next weeks meeting and a large attendance of members is looked for on that occasion Last week the Knights made a generous appropriation for the orphan asylums which was forwarded with request that the money be expended for the Christmas entertainment of the children WILL BOSLER HOME Will Bosler son of City Court Bailiff Billy Bosler accompanied by his mother arrived home Monday from Notre Dame University where he was stricken with appendicitis about six weeks ago Young Bosler underwent an operation and is now fully recovered but will not resume his studies until the beginning of the next scholastic year Ac aged lady getting into a cab in Dublin said to the driver Help me in my good man for I am very old I Begorra maam he replied no tatter what age you are you dont look t t nu 11 ARCHBISHOP CHAFPELL Will Soon Be Relieved From Extra Duties in Cuba and Porto Rico While Monsignor Chappelle Archbishop of New Orleans and Papal dele gate to Cuba and Porto Rico soon will be relieved of his post in the Antilles he will still retain the Archbishopric of New Orleans With the relinquishment by Monsignor Brodrick of the post of Aux iliary Bishop of Havana it is said that he will be intrusted with the confidential mission of urging greater offerings of Peters pence in the United States be cause of the relations existing between France and the Holy See Recommendations have been made to the Vatican to have Monsignor Edward Fowler secretary to Archbishop Harty of Manila appointed Auxiliary Bishop of Havana in succession to Monsignor Brod rick BIG BLOW OUT Anticipated by Young Men of New Albany Tuesday Nlght The members of Unity Council are looking eagerly to the big blow out are ranged for them by the officers of that progressive council For two weeks President Hinkebein and his associates have been making preparations and frcm Secretary John Martel it is learned that no council of the Young Mens Institute was ever entertained in such manner as will be those who gather at Unitys hall next Tuesday night New Albany council is one of the richest in the Indiana jurisdiction with about 250 members and when it comes to an enter tainment of Catholic young men they cant be beat Before the festivities the following officers for next year will be installed Chaplain Rev George Borries PresidentAndrew Hinkebein First Vice PresidentMatt Roth Second Vice President Louis Schmitt Financial SecretaryFred A Kurzen dorferRecording and Corresponding Secre tary John S Martel TreasurerWilliam J Receveur Marshal Frank Ralston Inside SentinelFrank L Jaeger Outside Sentinel Julius Huth Executive CommitteeEdward Bedan Edward Graf Edward Schmitt Charles E Moser and Michael Roth The euchre and dance given Thursday night in honor of the lady friends of Unity Council was largely attended and was a decided social success The prizes awarded were very handsome LIKES HIS PLACE John Flynn of this city who was three months ago appointed Master Mechanic at the Louisville Nashville shops at New Orleans was home to spend the Holidays with his family He said he liked New Orleans and his position and it is more than likely that he will move his family and make the Crescent City his future home John has a host of friends who rejoice over his good fortune but regret his departure from Louisville SMILE THAT WONT COME OFF If a popular vote was taken as to the most popular box office man in town Wallace C Hamilton of the Masonic Theater would win hands down In spite of the many trials and troubles that usually fall to a ticket mans lot Wallace can always be counted on to have that sunny smile and courteous treatment for the patrons of the theater OBTAINING PROMINENCE Dr John T Chawk of the veterinary firm of Cbawk Campbell has been in Lexington during the past week attending the meeting of the Kentucky State Veterinary Medical Association Dr Chawk is rapidly gaining promi ncnce in his profession which is cer tairly pleasing to his many local friends EMPLOYERS RECEPTION The New Years reception of the Em ployers Association will take place Mon day in the Ecchange Hall in the Tyler building lasting from 10 in the morning until 1 oclock in the afternoon Invita tions have been sent many business houses and concerns that are not mew bersIYQuJ OWE IT TO MOTHER To manifest an interest in whatever interests or amuses her Not to forget that though she is old and wrinkled she still loves pretty things To make her frequent simple presents and to be sure that they are appropriate and tasteful To remember that she is still a girl at heart so far as delicate little attentions are concerned To give her your full confidence and never to do anything which you think she would disapprove- To make her a partaker so far as your different ages will permit in all your pleasures and recreations To lift all the burdens you can from shoulders that have grown stooped in waiting upon and working for you Never to intimate by word or deed that your world and hers are different or that you feel in any way superior to her To study her Bastes find habits her likes and dislikes and cater to them as far as possible roan unobtrusive way To treat her with the unvarying cour tesy and deference you accord to those who are above you in rank or position To bear patiently with ell her peculiar ities or infirmities of temper or diposl tion which may be the result of a life of care and toilII Jp To coBswltt her and ask her advice in regard to whatever you ate about to do- a PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barldj and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TBLEPHONE iasaoI Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Stsf DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Bee BREWED BY SENN Sc ACKERMAN BRE ING OOM ANYx ooxroxaxaa TELEPHONE 4B2 LOUXSVXLLE KY ASK FOR DIERSENSCELEBRATED Telephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN F OBRTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN XS Fxzwvsc r WALTERS CJ Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone aopo LOUISVILLE KY WHEN NEEDING A- CARRIAGETRY D J LUCEY Residence 1112 Zane St Home Phone 5036 Stand 5th and Jefferson Home Phone 2821 Carriage No8 KATIE AGNES SMITH Formerly of Grah W Smiths Sons LADY EMBALMER 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 JOHNSuccessor 81 RATTERMAN to Mrs Oeorge Ratterman FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER Carriages furnished for all occasions All calls promptly attended to day or night 1119 W MARKET ST AUGUST JdII- NBROSOETKEN NEW GROCERY Sixth and Kentucky Sts Fresh Meats Vegetables Fruits and a full line of Fine Groceries GIVE Ua A TRIAL HENRIH f N R Y AAIJI1 J PULSL S DYER AND CLEANER Ladies and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone a6asX28 Fifth Street even though you have no doubt as to what your course should be To do your best to keep her youthful in appearance as well as in spirit by taking pains with her dress and the little accessories and details of her toilet The girl who endeavors to pay back what she owes her mother is one who who will be most sought after by the peo pIe who are worth wbltand be apt to make the most successful life KEROSiNE OIL A few drops added to your boiled starch will make ironing easier Dip the finger in the oil and rub the throat to give relief from sore throat Saturate a cloth in the oil and rub the rollers to clean a clothes wringer quicklyA drops on a binge or roller which has formed a bad habit of squeaking will insure a speedy cure One tablespoonful added to each boll erful of water will lessen labor as well vis whiten your clothes when washing- A few drops on your dusting cloth will brighten your furniture as well as prevent dust from flying rom the cloth Saturate a cloth with the oil to clean the sink bathtub or basin tahlch has become greasy or discoloredf from ute H A 3 PETER M ANDRIOT 8 830N3 I WAGONN MANUFACTURERS J Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST P T ARCHERI Out Door and Flashlight Photography horns Prune 5709 Room 44 Courier Journal Building HERRMANN BROS IMPORTJtRS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON 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