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IIIiiiikSll I IIVOLUME XIVNO 1 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JANUARY m 7 1905 PRICE FIVE CENTS I Y1M111- e I Falls Cities Councils Start the New Year With Bright Outlook Aunual Reports Show All Have Increased Numerically and Financially Tames Shelley Named for Grand President of Kentucky Jurisdiction e SATOLLIS NEW YEARS RECEPTION The past week has been one of unusual Interest to the members of the Young Mens Institute in both this city and JOHN HENNESSEY President of Division 4 A O H New Albany Tuesday night three councils Mackih and Trinity of Louisville and Unity of New Albany received their annual reports and installed officers forI the year 19Q5 In each case the reports were more than encouraging show ing substantial gains in membership and finances The record made during the I paSt year has been a remarkable one and- xrfevcr fdre Was tha outlook 80bTlht 1 I for this sterling organization of Catholic t young men Approved by the clergy I and striving to uplift morally socially and intellectually the youth of our State the hearty support heretofore given should be continued aud increased and parents should be glad when their sons become members The Kentucky Irish American knows well the number saved by this society and has no hesitancy in saying that for good work among young men the Y M I stands unrivaled Mackin Hall was thronged when President t Shelley called the meeting to order The annual reports of Secretary Dan Weber and Frank Murphy were read and their splendid showing aroused such enthusiasm that resolutions commending both were adopted without a dissenting vote Messrs Zook and Raidy of the Joint Committee after telling of the arrangements for next Tuesday nights meeting urged the members to turn out in full force to hear Rev Father Raffos address Louis Kieffer of the Gyml nasiutn Committee stated that l were well under way for the equipment of the gymnasium Upon motion of Charles Raidy resolu tions commending President Shelleys administration going on record as being for him for Grand President and instructing Mackins delegates to the Grand Council to go instructed that way were I adopted by unanimous vote President Shelley made a happy response thanking the members for the honor but said it would be impossible for him to accept the high office on account of his busi ness relations Grand President James Kelly then installed the officers and delivered a short but interesting address in which he said he approved of opposition in council elections as it served to r spur the members on to harder work He also said he knew personally all the new officers and knew them to be good menFrank Adams Chairman of the Board of Grand Directors and Dan Weber bad some kind words to say after which it was voted that another pool table Lbe added to the club house equipment for the large number of young men who gather there evenings Following the adjournment all were invited to the gym nasium to partake of the hospitality of the newly installed officers Here an hour was spent at the festive board and when the cigars had been passed con gratulations and expressions of good feeling were the order Trinity Council installed its officers in public which attracted to the hall a large gathering of the lady friends of the offi cers and members This has been the custom of Trinity Council for years and is an evening greatly enjoyed by the young set of the East End An excellent programme bad been arranged opening with prayer by Rev Father OGrady and an artistically rendered piano solo by MiM Dollie Burns The annual reports of President Cooney and Secretary Rob ert Goabel showed Trinity Council to be in splendid condition They set forth the work of the past year and the advancement made awl congratulated the mernbew upon the rottJlat afir pay o r I JJ n ing over 400 for sick and death benefits they still had 2000 available for the building fund The Ladies Auxiliary was also eulogized for the valuable assist ance rendered whenever called upon and a strong plea was made to the mem bers to this year make Trinity the banner council of the Kentucky jurisdiction Deputy Grand President Joseph Daw son was introduced as the installin officer No council he said had better officers and it was his pleasure to ask their indorsement for the coming year After another piano solo by MissI Dollie Burns and a few pleasant wordsI from Miss Anna Daily President of the Ladles Auxiliary the Rev Father OGrady was introdnced and deliveredI an able and eloquent address on the use of time making many telling points closing by wishing Trinity Councill another year of prosperity and usefulness Jerry Kavanagh was the next speaker taking the place of Judge ODoherty The eloquent young attorney delivered aI scholarly address in which he paid aI glowing tribute to womanhood Con gratulating the members on their admir able society be said the assistance of the ladies would ennoble any cause HisI address was a gem and elicited much applauseAfter transacting some unimportant business the meeting adjourned and an informal reception was held in the parlors while the floor was cleared for the dancers who spent a couple of hours in terpsichorean amusement All In all Trinity maintained its reputation and added to its legion of friends who only want to see the council installed in a home of its own Satolli Council threw open its ele gantly furnished rooms in the Wells building on Fourth avenue at an early hour and all day long there was a con tinuous stream of New Years callers Tables were set in the largest of the three rooms and here good things were dispensed with true Kentucky hospi tality President John Crotty John Fahey Will McDonogh Louis Baker and the members acted as a reception committee and welcomed the friends of the council who were both pleased and surprised to see Satolli so cozily andI well located The guests were first met in the reception parlor and then escorted to the adjoining rooms in the first of which were tables bountifully laden with light refreshments and delicacies Next came the smoking room where choice Havanas were distributed The popularity of the members o Satolli was made evident by the largeI numbers of friends and well wishers who called to exchange greetings While the weratJ g i the visitors were lawyers doctors merII chants manufacturers and mechanics t who mingled together with the utmos- good t humor The wits of Satolli wer all there too and the many good anec dotes told were a factor iin making theJJ I reception really enjoyable and it was with regret that many felt themselves compelled to leave such genial company Satolli Council has reason to feel elatedI over the celebration of its first NewI Years on Fourth avenu- eINSULTING PLAYSI Justice of New York Supreme Court Delivers Strong OpinionsI Justice Fitzgerald of the New YorkI Supreme Court has handed down a decision in which he holds that insulting exhibitions in theaters may be stopped by law The case in point was one denying the application of the Samuel Blair Company for an injunction to restrain J Wesley Rosenquest pro proprietor of the Fourteenth Street Theater from permitting the Common- Sense Bracket Theatrical Company from appearing this and next week at the theaterThe theater had a contract to produce Dan McAvoy in The Mayor of the Boweryat the theater this week but Manager Rosenquest canceled the engagement on the ground that McAvoy ridiculed the Irish by wearing green whiskers This it wa alleged would injure the business of the theater InI his decision Justice Fitzgerald says The mistepresentatlon complained ofr tinder such circumstances can not be disregarded as immaterial Insulting exhibitions to state it in the mildest language could not but result in the withdrawal of the patronage from any establishment not only of those who felt upon racial and other grounds ofr blood or sympathy aggrieved but of all1I decently disposed and properly mindedI persons no matter what their origin WILL INSTALL MONDAY Satolli Council Y M I postpone- its I meeting Tuesday evening to give th council members an opportunity to attend the Installation exercises at other coun ells Satolli will Install their officers at its next regular meeting Monday evening SINQINQ HIS REQUIEM At the recent funeral service held in the Cathedral of Cork over the body of a Mr Hattersly a local merchant who was well known during his life as th possessor of a magnificent barytone voic t a phonograph was placed over the coffin and as soon as the religious ceremony had terminated the voice of the deceased was heard singing the final requiem of the absolution The record SyHder will be preserved for the anniversary ar I and the saute scene Iis to be enacted every pear GEORGE BUTtER Receives Handsome Testimonial From His Hibernian Friends gSFor Many Years the Faithful Treasurer of West End Division IAn Enjoyable Social session and Smoker After Installation of Officers DIVISION 3 OUT AFTER THE PRIZES The largest and most enthusiastic heldIMondayI GEORGE J BUTLER National Director of the A O H night when members of the order came from all parts of the city to Hibernian Hall to witness the surprise hinted ct in asurprlsefindeed It was 1tPr many years George J Butler now National Director of theI Ancient Order of Hibernians had beentt andeifwaafogliun thelr1 appreciation of his services that so many were assembled Division 3 has been organized aboutII alltbyeMichael Sheehan the Portland avenuett grocer and George J Butler who sue ceeded him Since his election to the j National Directory the latter lies declined to accept office in Division 3 and at a recent meeting a special committee composed of Messrs James Coleman Pat rick Welch and D J Coleman was appointed to secure a suitable testimonial l to be presented to the retiring officer and right well they performed their duty The testimonial was a pearl and solid silver service set consisting of about twentyeight pieces of exquisite workmanship encased in a beautifully satin lined oak casket When the case and its contents were opened there was a murmur of surprise and then enthusiastic applause The beauty of the gift exceeded t all expectations but it was in line witbtt everything that Division 3 does At theII next meeting the formal presentations I be made when it is expected everyjj Hibernian in Louisville will attendII The old officers presided for the last time and before resigning the chair toII Deputy Assessor Patrick Welsh Thomas t Quinn thanked each and every member for their friendly cooperation and sup port and asked the same for the new officers that Division 3 might soon lead the Hibernian column in Kentucky t Michael Dugan was reported off the sickjj list and Richard Murphy as improving The work of looking after the sick basII I never been shirked by James McHugh t who was voted a fine gold medal Patrol I man John Cosgrove was obligatedand the application of Charles Donnelly was I received Treasurer Butlers final report showed nearly 1000 on handIAfter reading Secretary Connellys communication regarding the contest and tne observance of St Patricks day the work of installation was conducted by Division Deputy Lawrence Mackey Upon assuming the chair President Pat rick Welsh said he appreciated the honor 1and responsibilities of the office and pledged the division his best efforts He hoped the members would attend the meetings and that in the contest now on they would win the big prize Short but madeIby Vice President Secretary Mor eris Treasurer Denny Coleman and Secre tary Patrick King wastordered former State Secretary James Coleman being called on to preside Sincere regret was expressed over the absence of State President Keenan and George Butler both of whom were too ill to attend but sent their regrets John M Mulloy of the County Board the first speaker was amazed at the large- e number before him whom be urged to bigemembership so there would be at least 1000 Hibernians at the banquet table on St Patricks day William M Hig gins and Patrick J Listen ako voiced the aeseine sentiments County President Qulan wasted the watekwordfroai aewto St Patricks days s 0 p to be 500 new members and every man eligible should beasked to join Michael I Sheehan Nic Sheridan and Patrick Sul livan pioneers of the order said it again looked like the good old times when they met at Nineteenth and Bank and had the largest membership in Louisville Officer Patrick Mullen Lawrence Mackey John Green Dan Dougherty and Thomas Kennedy were the other speakers They spoke to those who do not attend regularly thus failing to do their share in the uplifting of the Irish race and the advancement of the cause of Irish nationality i Reach out they said after the young den in the factories and shops instilling in them the motto of the order and thus wake them temperate and industrious citizens Before the adjournment President Welsh was instructed to name a cam paign cotnmitteeof five to direct the members in the contest for the 50 in goldtThe hall will ibe thronged Monday night January 16 when the presentation of the silver service will be made and on that occasion all the State county and division officers wijlbe expected SURPRISE TtfiVERY ONE L i 14 Annual Report of St Louis Bertrand Debt Paying iiBTji Association4 Iv Despite the inclebent weather the meeting of the St Louis Bertrand Debt Paying Associatioi held last Monday evening was vewell attended and quite enthusiastic lGood feeling char acterized all the iiscussiona and the reading of the ann nal report by Treas urer Wagner was such a pleasant surprise- to every one that it eemedto fit in appro priately r The meeting was ailed to order by the President who aim immediately asked Vice President H snuessy to take the chair while heart las Secretary during the completion of tie annual report by Secretary Connelly and Treasurer Wag ner This report which embraced four teen months from October 31 1903 to January 1 1905 showed total receipt of 3950 which was in excess of the high est estimates ofanfelf the collectors t reducing the debt toljabout 33000 The resignations oflCollectora William J Imorde John P Casiily Terrence McII Hugh Bart Scannel E j W Me calfe and i Thomas A Bohan were received Sandac I cepted and the following were electedl intt 1McDonogiJoseph J James D Duane Harry J Brady Patrick Kilkenny Some of the latter had been collecting during the past year but are now transferred to new districts It was decided to postpone the adoption of the card index system for the present The annual report which will be published during the current month will embrace the collections by districts as well as in alphabetical order thus in creasing the usefulness of the little booklets considerably Very Rev Father Volz introduced Father Clark to the collectors who stated that during the next few months they would make thorough canvass of the parish in the interest of the association as well as to take up a FatherVolzgood work they had done in the past three years and invited them to a little reception to be given in the near future which will also embrace the teachers of the Sundayschool and the members of the new male choir It was decided to hold all meetings on the first Tuesday night in the month instead of on the first Monday due to so many other meetings taking place on Monday night The last six months of the past year have shown a marked improvement in the way of an increased membership and with the addition of the new col lectors the active cooperation of the pastor and the vigoross campaign that will be instituted by the new officers the year 1905 should prove a banner one for the Debt Paying Association There are few organized charities that have attached to them the spiritual advantages that this one has and the fact that every t dollar of this money is immediately apett plied to the liquidation of the principal and interest of the debt on the beautiful I church of St Louis Bertrand is in itself l an incentive to generous contributions on behalf of the parishioners S KNIGHTS OF ST GEORGE A Splendid Catholic Military Company Will InstallINew Officers The Knights of St John havequite aI number of affiliated bodies in the Falls Cities one of the strongest and most representative being St Georges Com mandery No 63 In its membership will be found numbers of our prominent Catholic German fellowcitizens who year after year delight to honor President William Rueff and Capt Andy Weide kamp the two leading officers for man years who are always elected without opposition The past year has been moat prosperous one for St Georges Commandery but the officers to be In stalled this month expect to outdo all former records The new officers are PresidentWilliam Rueff Vice President Andy B Weidekamp SecretaryJohn JBcUhoff TreasurerJoeepkAtLudwig Captatu Andrejirr A Weidekamp- Ffaet LUatmamt Jeeepk A Ludwig eood JantartsrtRbart Ludwig v n IIi1II POPES ARMY I Consists of 700 Officers and Men Swiss Guard Noble Guards and Gendarmes e His Holiness Is Considering th Reduction of Its Size to Save Expenses Army Costs 00000 a Year and All Are Lodged In the Vatican SWISS ARE THE MOST PICTURESQUE t Pope Pius X is credited with a desire to curtail the Papal army which costs the Holy See 80000 per annum Though CON J FORD President of Division 3 A O H the question of economy plays a large part in this resolve on the part of the Pope it is also dictatedt by aI dislike to all military parade The Pope it is said thinks that about onehalf the present force would be ample to protecttI the Vatican but he would increase the force of firemen four rearsegotha question wag railed as to whether the Holy See bad a right to be represented at the Hague Peace Con ference and although it niighttiave been expected that the Powers would grant the application of Leo XIII it was ulti mately rejected on the plea that he had no standing army Yet the Pope has a standing army and it consists of about 700 officers and men Although no longer a territorial sov ereign the Pope is nevertheless recognized not only by the Italian law of guarantees but also by the world at large as the Sovereign Pope enjoying all the privileges and attributes of kingship including that of maintaining armedI troopsDespite the law of guarantees which stipulated that the Pope should be allowed to retain a portion of his soldiers the old Papal regular army has not a single representative among the various armed corps now in the Vatican Infantry of the line sharpshooters zouaves all the practical elements of the Pontifical army have been completely suppressed while only the ornamental soldiers so to speak remain What these soldiers lack in number and warlike efficiency is amply compensated by that picturesque glittering ostentation which is so well in keeping with the grandeur of the surroundings In reviewing the Popes army such as it is now it is needful to obey the dictates of etiquette and precedence which reign supreme at the Vatican An interesting historic account of the Popes army appeared in the New York Sun of last Sunday and first taking up the Guardia Nobile the writer describes the army in detail in an interesting way The corps of Noble Guards comprises seventyfive individuals divided as follows Two Captains with the rank of Lieutenant Generals alternating in command the present commander is Prlbce Camillo Rosplgliosl a Lieutenant and a subLieutenant ranking as Major Generals seven Esenti ranking as Colonels and fifty guards all holding the rank of Captain There are two trumpeters two corporals and two sergeants so that the Popes Noble Guard may be described as the most officered corps in the world The writer says that vacancies seldom occur in this Noble Guard and there are always dozens awaiting their turn They must not be less than twenty years old six feet in height and must possess a capital of not less than 20000 francs By tradition they must have a horse for they are supposed to be a mounted army It is Vatican etiquette that the Pope froym one room to another without an escort witahI drawn swords Pius X is always study ing how be cad give them the slip and it is said he escapes dowu secret passages and through dark rooms to gain aI little of that liberty of which his ale vatioa to the Papacy has deprived him The Swiss Guard is without doubt the most picturesque corps in the Vatican or out of it If it is true as tradition has it that Michael Angelo designed the extraordinary uniforms tHY year a sort of patchwork of black yellow and red stripes it may be surmised that the misanthropic painter perpetrated a grim jokeThe Swiss Guard was founded by Pope Julius II He made a contract with the cantons of Lucerne and Zurich that they should furnish him with a perpetual corps of 250 soldiers and this contract is still in force When in 1527 the French soldiers led by the Constable de Bour Guardsedefended the Vatican with heroic bravery giving the Pope time to escape and all of the Guards were killed So recently as 1848 they 41 javed Pope Plus IX and the Quirinal1 Palace from destruction at the hands of a mob Although formerly consisting of 300 men the Swiss Guard has now been reduced It is commanded by a Colonel in the person of Baron Meyer von Schauensee a Captain a Lieutenant and two Esenti There are also six sergeants six corporals and four drummers The duty of theSwiss is to guard the Vati can Palace and they may be seen on duty at all the entrances On festive occasions their banner blue red and yellow with the Papal cross keys floats over the bronzedoor that gives principal admittance to the huge abode of the PopesDespite their gaudy costume and the fact that they figure conspicuously In processions and religious ceremonies covered with armor and carrying hal berds and heavy mediaeval swords the Swiss soldiers are not merely ornamental They are armed when on duty with Remington rifles bayonets and revolvers These Swiss all lodge in the Vatican from the commandant to the lowest subaltern either in splendid apartments or in special barracks Another body of the Papal army is the gendarmes These were Instituted by Pope Pius IX and he gave them their present name and uniform which was TheiPapalmember receives about3 10 shillings a month in pay They mount guard in the Vatican courts staircases loggia and corridors as well as in the museums and the gardens They are also stationedat regular intervals along the route of Papal processions in St Peters From this brief description of the Papal army it will be seen that the Pontiffs forces are not very formidable either numerically or from the point of view of their armament hardly suffi cient indeed to defend the Vatican in the event of a popular uprising or of riots such as occurred in Rome on the occasion of the funeral of Pius IX m VI 3ifCfL IjS Fearful Disaster Threatened- In County Roscommon Ireland Graphic details are being received of the devastation caused by a moving bog in the County Roscommon Ireland says a Herald dispatch from London The bog which is known as that of Cloon shiever is three miles from Castlerea When it began to slide it moved three quarters of a mile iu a few days cover ing everything in its way with peat and water to the depth of ten feet According to the reports from the scene last Saturday the peasants are sur rounded on all sides with miles of bog and water The inhabitants of Cloon shiever a village in the valley of about fifty onestory cottages barely escaped with their lives the bog having moved upon them unawares Many of the peas ants houses have continues the corre spondent wholly disappeared while all that is to be seen of the others is the chimney tops Here and there a leafless tree marks the spot from which tilled farms have disappeared practically for everAt one point there is a lake of ten or twelve acres whieh has been formed in the last few days by pentupmountain streams Unless some means is speedily adopted to drain off this water it will undermine the entire bog and a disaster may be anticipated A later dispatch states that the lake is steadily extending upward toward a number of houses on the rising ground The land attached to the holdings has already been covered over by the creeping bog HANDSOME SUM FOR ORPHANS The annual collection for the orphans in Holy Trinity church in New Albany exceeded all former collections amount ing to 300 Father Kelly rector of Holy Trinity congratulated his parish ioners on Sunday on the handsome sum realized and said he knew it would be pleasing to the Bishop Holy Trinity always1 contributes more liberally than any other congregation in the diocese FEBRUARY WEDDING A Wedding of great interest In Louis yule and St Louis will be that of John Ryan of this city and Miss Edna Clements of St Louis who will be married In the Jesuit church on Grand avenue on Monday February 27 The groom is the son of Hon John Ryan and one of the most popular young men about town and for several years has been one of the Roche Roche Company on Fourth avenue Miss Clements is a recognized belle of the Mound City and will be aI welcome addition to Louisville society circles Dennis Ryan brother of the groom and Martin Duffy and Miss Ella Gent of this dip will be three of the attendants to the happy couple end Mr Ryaat father and mother will be of the party who will go frew tble city to wit new the ceremony II i 1i OLD STPATRICKSRa- ilroads Are Encroaching On Property at Thirteenth and Market May Be Compelled to Seek Now Site For Church and School Old Cemetery Property On Jetferson Street Near Flf teentb Spoken Of PURELY SPECULATION FOR PRESENT Some time yearstheone of the largest in the city or State JAMES BARRY President of Division 1 A O H will be compelled to seek another loca tion The present site at Thirteenth and Market streets is undesirable Railroads are continually encroaching upon the property in the vicinity and only a short time ago the block of ground almost die rectly opposite the church was sold it is BtrpgsesILAUpomtures which the church school and parochial residence stands they have not been dis closed but It seems certain that in the course of time the railroads will want the entire two blocks of ground between Main and Jefferson and Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets It may be ten years and It may be sooner but still they will want the property and will be com pelled to pay a reasonable price for it There has been some talk of removing the site of St Patricks to the lot of ground on Jefferson street between Fifteenth and Sixteenth formerly used as a cemetery and which belongs to the church The trustees and rector of St Patricks Very Rev James P Cronin are not disposed to discuss the matter of removal They all say old St Patricks is good enough for them for many years to come and that any discussion about removal now is premature to say the least A great many people now grown baptized the old parochial school would dislike to see the old edifice removed St Pat ricks church has many pleasant associ parisitonersBut in church affairs like in busine changes must come improvements mi be made and it looks like St Patrick must follow in the trend In caseihi railroads would not need the ground 01 the north aide of Market street betj ej Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets then is nothing to prevent the congregation erecting a new building Of course al talk about the subject now is purely speculative a a CENTRAL COMMITTEE SMOKER Wednesday evening at St Marys Hall on Eighth street the Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America will iustall officers for the present year After the annual reports have been read there will be a smoker and social session and a good time for all who attend It is expected that the meeting will be largely attended as Rev Father Wester man will be the guest of honor and will address the assembled Knights The reports to be submitted will be rather gratifying to the delegates who now feel that their order is stronger than ever before JAMES HOGAN LUCKY James Hogan a popular employe of the Kentucky Stove Company was the luckiest man in Louisville on New Years day the anniversary of his birth Mr Hogan is a great favorite with children especially his nieces andJ nephews of whom be has quite a number Seven of these got together last week and plained a surprise for their uncle upon which they had long been at work The snuff was that on Sunday be was presented with an automobile a pipe and horn from James Martin Michael Mary Lizzie Loretto and Margie Hogan The manyjellyweather teswerlBr 1 u 1 1 c j tt r w Q UOKY RJ8H AMERICt t g KENTUCKY IRISH MEKIGflN N rated to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY gc Bute red at the U navllfe Postot ice as Secoud Class Matter AddutiiM Comaraalcallonl to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN326 West Green Slrett J TRADES COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JANUARY 7 1905 GOOD RESOLUTIONS There is an old sayingthat the man that controls himself is greater than he that takes a city Those who made good resolutions on January i should endeavor to keep them but it isi not a wise plan to make too many swear offs Every man knows his own weak nesses and at the beginning of the New Year it is wise to pick out one fault within himself of which he wishes to be rid and swear off from the fault using the same strength of purpose and persever ance that he uses in his business undertakings If he puts his will to the test and succeeds in correct ing one fault during a year next year he may be strong enough to correct another fault and in the end attainreasonable perfection so far as the world goes It is a bad idea to swear off to be in style but it is a wholesome idea to swear off from one chief fault and to keep your pledge- SURRENDER OF PORT ARTHUR f1 Port Arthur which was gallantly defended by the Russian General Stoessel has at last been surren dered to the Japanese The siege kept up from February 8 1904 to January i 1905 The Russians did not surrender until their com mander saw that further resistance would be suicidal and then he blew up the ships in the harbor and his I gallant command was allowed to retire with the honors of war Only after lean starvation stared his sol diers in the face and on their backs hung ragged misery did Stoessel consent to capitulate The bravery of the Russians at Port Arthur is one of the wonders of modern war fare Even the victorious Japs gave them credit for valor unsurpassed The surrender of Port Arthur by no means indicates that the Russians are whipped They have already begun to make renewed efforts to resume the war which was begun by the Japs V AN OBJECTIONABLE BILL v The Indiana Legislature which begun a sixty days session Thurs day of this week will be asked to pass a law authorizing the Board of Managers of the Indiana Reform tory at Jeffersonville to print and bind all the school books used by the public schools in the Reformatory and sell them at cost to the various city town and county School Boards The argument in favor of the scheme is that the prisoners will be soon out of em fcioyment contract labor having f been abolished by law in the In diana Reformatory Supt Whittaker who is urging the passage of the bill says the prisoners can be taught the printing and binding trades in a short time and that books can be made and sold for onethird the cost now J charged by the contractors for school books Of course it is humane to provide the prisoners employment and most of those in the Reformatory are not hardened criminals and should be taught useful trades so that when they come out they may not again be made to offend againstsociety The solution of the problem of em ploying the prisoners is a difficult we and it is hard to pick out the particular trade or calling they should follow The present scheme however has many objectionable features If the prisoners can not work under contract the State could urge the men in building roadsII which are badly vended in many Statelu printed itJ school hooka in the Re c formatory parents will urge that they do not wish their children to learn lessons from prisonmade books They will contend with good reason that the knowledge of the origin of the books will be de leterious to the pupils Again if the State made its school books in the Reformatory so cheaply the next step would be to make all text books in Indiana schools free and this would be an injustice The Whittaker bill should be care fully studied before it is enacted into law It seems to have many objectionable features though some of the members of the State Labor Commission favor its enactment The present French Government seems determined to get further away from Catholic teaching every day and to join with the forces of paganism Article 298 of the civill code which forbade the marriage of a divorced party with the cores pondent in the case and which had been already abrogated by the Chamber of Deputies has been finally suppressed by the French Senate by a majority of 119 Sena tor De Lamarzelle who represented church interests during the dis cussion opposed the suppression of the article on the ground that such a step would be in opposition to the Catholic idea of the sacredness of marriage The argument of the Senator only made the majority strongerThe trustees of the Louisville Free Public Library are all excel lent gentlemen and no doubt know their business but it seems to us that they should not show so much partiality to outsiders In the first place they selected a New York architect to erect the library build ing when they could have secured competent architects in Louisville Next they selected a librarian from the East and when he resigned they picked out another Eastern man to succeed him turning down a worthy Louisville man Mr A Y Ford The action of the trustees in these instances is not to be com mended Judge John McCann is to be com mended for his determination to- show no mercy to any one brought before him charged with carrying concealed Deadly weapons If the police would only exert themselves and lock up all persons found toting guns the evil habit would be speedily broken up Numerous deaths have resulted from the carrying of concealed weapons and the State has had to expend many thousands of dollars in prosecuting the offenders Gov Beckham has called an extra session of the Kentucky State Legislature to meet in Frankfort on January 12 The purpose of this extra session is to provide ground for the new Capitol building and no other business is named in the proclamation Frankfort people want the present site but the sentiment elsewhere seems fav orable to some other in order that the present antiquated building may be saved It is officially announced from Washington that President Roose velt has accepted an invitation to address the Friendly Soqs of St Patrick in New York City on St Patricks day The President has Irish blood in his veins and his address will no doubt be Ja stirring one One thing about Roosevelt he has always given the Irish a square dealandtbis is all they could askfGr The Philadelphia Inquirer locked bttt its union printers five I months ago During that time 73 639 subscribers quit the paper and its advertising patronage has fallen off 2500 columns as com pared with the five months preced ing the lockout Unless the Inquirer ceases its hostile attitude toward organized labor another five months like the last may se its retirement from business KNIGHTS AND LADIES Miss Mary Sheridan Supreme Treasurer of the Catholic Knights and Ladle of America will leave for Chicago next week to attend the January meeting of theSupreme officers When seen by the Kentucky Irish American she stated that the past year has been prolific of good results for the Catholic Knights and Ladles Since the election of Supreme President Kelley at the convention held in this city last summer there has been a steady Increase in membership many new branches having been organized with others to follow Only last week a new branch was started in Montgomery Ala by Mrs Mary Clines President of the Cathedral branch in this city The death rate has been normal and all claims were promptly met After the Chicago meeting Miss Sheridan expects to see the order extended in several more States She is a woman of experience and good judgment and her counsel is always sought by the other Supreme officers TT TT T T POLITICAL mm SAYS i t t t Ii I II tit t t t t t That W H Dad Price would make a winning candidate for City Auditor That Col J H Hsager is grooming Charlie Weaver in his race for Mayor That Sheriff Dick Schmitt will make tie race for County Clerk against Billy SemoninThat B Camp will run for Tax Receiver and that Tom Shelley will also be a candiate That County Clerk Billy Semonin de serves the indorsement of his party for a renominationThat Ray has an able force of lieutenants to assist him in his race for County Assessor That Oscar Willis is making a strong bid for the nomination Constable in the Sixth Magisterial district That Laban Phelps and Charley Weaver will run for Mayor as well a Paul C Barth who has announced That Squire John Velten is to be Squire Adams chief deputy in case of the tatters election as County Assessor That Henry Bell who has privately announced for Sheriff will have oppo sition in the person of james B Brown That P Joseph Herrmann will not ru for any office but will help the others out when they get on the straight ticketThat Jailer John R Pflanzs many friends are waiting for his official an nouncement as to his candidacy for Jailer or maybe something higher That Patrick J Sullivan is making an energetic canvass for the nomination of Magistrate in the Eighth Magisterial dis trict which is composed of the Eleventh and Twelfth ward- sPRO1IINENT CONVERT v Miss Van Wart an American Resident In London to Become a Catholic Deep interest has beed aroued among Roman Catholics and Americans resident in England by the announcement that Miss Evelyn Van Wart granddaughter of the late Marshall O Roberts of New York has been converted to Catholicism says a London cable Miss Van Wart has never been known as a specially religious woman and it was something of a surprise to her host of friends when they learned she had been for several months studying the doctrines of the Roman church Her entertainments have been among the most splendid in London and have been thronged not only by Americans but by the best classes of English society She has 75000 a year for life and when her grandmother Mrs Ralph Vivian dies will be one of the heirs to the 8000000 left by Marshall O Roberts on his death in 1880 If her uncle Lieut Marshall O Roberts of the Grenadier Guards should die before her and leave no heirs she will inherit all of it He married recently a daughter of Sir George Herbert Murray Mise Van Wart was separated from herI father Amos Van Wart when he took aI second f wife several years ago She stead arest part of lien time at Ditton Park her beautiful country place where she gave a splendid garden fete last f t Augusta 1 SOGIETV J H Sullivan was among those from this city who spent New Years week at West Baden Mrs Earl Robinson had as her guest this week her brother William McLangh elln Jr of Pittsburg Frank Boyer and wife spent New Years day as the guests of Mrs Henry Burgess at Charlestown Ind IJeSDe Mattingly has returned to his home in Owensboro after a short visit with friends in his city Hugh Cross who was here to spend the holidays with his parents returned to New York last Monday Edward Fitzpatrick of the Evening Times is in Indianapolis reporting the opening of the Indiana Legislature Mrs A J Norton is here from Pitts burg to spend several weeks at the home of her parents on West Chestnut street Mrs Mary Clines and daughter Miss Mary are home after a delightful holiday visit with relatives at Montgomery Ala John L Raverty and James H Norris of New Albany are going to Cuba on a business trip that will occupy several weeks Mrs Mollie Burke and cousin Miss Bess OBryan of Owensboro were here to spend New Years with Mrs M B Fitzpatrick Jaines Whalen and wife after an enjoy able holiday visit with relatives in New Albany left Monday for their home in East St Louis Miss Nell Rubel of Fifth and St Catherine streets left Monday for Lexington to spend the week as the guest of Mrs Thomas Combs John Whalen who had been spending the holidays with his family in New Albany returned Monday to Sparta Ill where he is employed State Labor Inspector Tom Scally will return today from West Baden Springs greatly benefitted by a ten dayss season of rest and recreatioo Miss Edith Cain of Chicago was the charming guest of Miss Anita Muldoon this week and was the recipient o marked social attention Camden McAtee after spending the holidays with his parents has returned to Blootnington where he is a law student at the Indiana University Ernest Guernsey and his amiable wife have returned from Charlestown Ind where they spent New Years with the family of A M Guernsey 3Miss Edith Malone and Halsey Malone who were home to spend the holidays with their parents in the Highlands have returned to their colleges Miss Edith Schilling who was the charming guest of Miss Eva J Walters during the holidays left Monday to resume her studies at the Sacred Heart Academy Miss Marietta Burke of St Louis daughter of Mr and Mrs Mike Burke formerly of this city is here on a visit as the guest of Miss Tillie Nichol of 2828 West Walnnt street Patrick J Hanlon and bride nee MissI theishoneymoon trip to San Francisco and are at the Louisville Hotel where the will probably spend the winterIA little daughter now brightens the home of Mr and Mrs T J Flynn 541 Twentysixth street and the smile spread over the fathers face brightens as be bins friends Miss Alice Terstegge left Wednesday morning for St Marys of the Woods near Terre Haute after spending the holiday vacation with her parents at The Towers on Silver Hills west of New Albany James Malone the popular express messenger who has been ill with pneu monia for the past two weeks at his home on West Magazine street is now con valescent and it is said will soon be able to return to his position The many friends of Eugene Henchey who has been suffering from a severe cold for a week and unable to leave his home Will be glad to know that he is greatly improved and will soon be able to be among them again Alois Miller one of New Albanys old est residents celebrated the seventy ninth anniversary of his birth last Sun day at his home East Seventh and Spring streets He is a native of Germany and has lived in New Albany fifty nine years Fred Murphy of New York who was the guest of Charles T Ballard Jr Fourth and Breckinridge remained here for the Yale Glee Club concert Messrs Murphy and Ballard are both students at Yale and they will return to college Monday Magistrates John Adams and John Vel ten have been spending ten days in rest and recreation at West Baden Springs Upon their return they will begin an active campaign for the office of County Assessor for which the first named is a candidate Miss Agues Dugan returned Monday night to St Louis after a delightful holi day visit with her father Officer Martin Dugan and other relatives in this city Miss Dugan Is the confidential clerk of one of the largest trunk manufacturing COUCMBB in the Used States con HalHlmtt wklo spent the kolidaycr with relative here J left Wednesday for East St Louis wlikre he hoMearapoaa- ible t3teelpoii- I i- u LJ I 0 L5 m j i Gi US YOUR ORDER I Kentucky Irish American OFFICE 326 GREEN STREETe Company New Years he was the guest of honor at a largely attended reception at the home of his brother Capt Jerry Hallihan Portland aveaue Miss Marie Murphy the pretty and accomplished daughter of City Assessor Daniel Murphy entertained eighteen ofI her girl friends at her home on High avenue last Friday afternoon from 2 to 5 oclock She was assisted in receiving by her amiable and hospitable mother and the guests had a delightful time The Misses Brennan of 1104 West Oak street entertained with a euchre and house party Wednesday evening The prizes were won by Miss Margaret A Lucey and Mr Andrew J Meagher Refreshments were served after the euchre and several vocal and instru mental numbers were rendered by Misses Maggie Moran Mamie Brennan May Meagher R G Loralue Tom Broderickand Frank P Burke Miss Nora Wales entertained with a New Years party at her home 2508 First street Those present were Mr and Mrs Joseph Faust Mr and Mrs MrsfLydia Drury Mrs James Hickey Mayme Snyder Katie Manning Nora Wales Messrs Arthur Kremer Charles Jansen John Ullrich and Louis Weber Mr Jansen played several violin solos while Miss Manning rendered artistic vocal selections Mr and Mrs John M Brennan cele brated New Years day with a reception and card party to a party of their young friends Those present were Misses Mamie Brennan Maggie Gibbons Katie Brennan Maggie Brennan Anna Bren nan Maggie Burke and Mayme Brennan Messrs Percy Cullen Botsford White Frank P Burke Edgar Tucker Archie White P Henry Chester Hart and John J Barry Prizes were won by Miss Mar garet Brennan and Botsford White Mr and Mrs George Martin of 1617 Pope street entertained their friends New Years eve with a watch party and an elegant and bounte ous supper at midnight Those present were Messrs and Mesdames Curran Edward Martin Hoffman Henry Nachand Misses Nellie and Mayme JosierMonohan Susie Miller Belle Martin Schottymiller Catherine Fellers Cora and Bettte Hoke Nellie Allison Mary Martin and Messrs Jarret Puckett Frank McDonough George Schmidt and James Hoke One of the notable society events of the past week was the watch party given in honor of B F Williams of St Louis at the home of Miss Mollie Kelley 401 Twentieth street on New Years eve Music and dancing were indulged in and pleasant events of the evening were the vocal solos rendered by Miss Mary Mc Gillicuddy and Will Franklin Among thosepresent were Misses Alice Ganly Margaret Scully Carrie and Lizzie Kleier Mary McGillicuddy Mary McGuire Jewel Boss Mollie Kelley Freda Boss Messrs Jerome Cassidy Henry Kleier Will Reigel James Kelley Jr Joseph Kellar Edward Percival Dan Monahan John Lamley Joseph Schular Elza Williams Thomas Doyle Patrick McGillicuddy Arthur Wesbay William Franklin Messrs and Mesdames E Williams J Wesbay W McGuire J McGillicuddy James Kelley Sr and Mrs A Miller Out of town guests were Misses Girdle Pierce of Chicago and Mary Arnold of Indiana and Messrs Orville Franklin of Indianapolis and B F Williams of St Louis One of the most delightful eventsof the holiday season was the Leap Year dance given by the Dolly Varden Club on New Years eve The club colors were carried out in the decoration of the hall and refreshments were served at midnight Those present were Misses Minnie Mialback Anna Moran Mamie Raible Alma Jones Katie Moran Nora Connaughton Rosetta Klotter Carrie Swift Cordelia Glenn Nellie OHern Mary Cain Mamie Swift Anna Raible Lilly BluirlMamie Moran Katie Raible Mamie Held Delia Swift Lizzie OLaugh lin Clara OConnor and Agnes Cooney of jeffersoutown Messrs TomBroderick Joe Cain Tom Plahive Charles Hardin Edward OHern Tim Swift Babe Simp son Jim Cain David Welsh Phil Brad erick John Crochette Will Broderick George Hyland Edward Mialback Owen Sullivan Tom Cummings Lawrence Meany Dr E Menar Fred Mooney Albert Deveraux Willie SmalleyIaw rence Miftlback David Welch Webb Monroe Cv Wept Will Miller J Herd and Mr and MM Lee Young We do fir tclMi printing Try us- t 0ut 1 i ryi 1v GOOD WORK a FAR PRICES WEST delightfully 1906 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1906 SQUIRE JOHN M ADAMS CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ASSESSORSubject to the Action of the Democratic Parly P Sr RAYFOR County AssessorJEFFERSON COUNTY Subjeo1 to Wotioxi of Domoorutio Par1y tbe Stable Gilbert CompanyIINCORPORATED Stationers Representatives of the Hammond type Blank Book Printers andSuppliesetcBinders PaW BO- XmanufacturersBooksellers CI tor ftbirb anb Green Ste o e Toutsnille1 DR Je TCHA WKS Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered Doth Phones OFFICE INFIRMARY AND SHOEING FORGE 10071009 W BROADWAY 3399 BNOS PeopleandI For Business Good Employment and Succcsed f CALL on wnrrc Von run INFORMATION IMonNitlmlBtRk MAIN WTREBTS scent AND LOUlSYUEKYusmess College MACAULEYS The attraction at Macauleys the first half of next week will beitA Country Girl1 which is one of the most tuneful comic operas produced since Robin Hood was written The piece had an allwinter run in New York and was then taken West where it was warmly welcomed The company numbers eighty peopleFollowing the above engagement will come Cecilia Loftus in the SerioComic Governess Miss Loftus is a favorits here and in her new production has scored a great success HOPKINS THEATER Next week the Hopkins Theater bill will be an attractive one headed by the Devlin Zouaves the champion drill corps of the world who will give a per formance entirely new in Louisville An extra event on the bill will be Stalcy and Blrbeck the musical blacksmiths presenting a transformation novelty without equal Lew Sully President of the laugh trust will also be there and new pictures will be introduced on the blograph which will again furnish a pleasing turn on the programme BUCKINGHAM At the Buckingham Theater next week Reilly and Woods will appear with a big show that never fails to draw the crowds It is said this attraction heads the list now on the road Mirth and melody good singing and good dancing are the prime features and the comedians never fall to arouse enthusiasm and applause Besides the amusing burlesques the olio includes several vaudeville headliners that have met with popular favor all over the country MASONIC James K Hacketts fine production of Winston Churchills great novel The Crisis will be the next attraction at the Masonic Theater opening Monday night It will introduce Nanette CoBMtock as a star to local tbeaterrgoers The produc tloa 1ie said to bean exact dpplicate of the original production seen here at firs clue price two MMOIU ago D w 7Ilt7 tULEYS Monday Tuesday and Wednesday Nights and Wednesday Matinee THE COUNTRY GIRL NEXTCECILIA LOF- TUSHOPKINS HowTbcoterWeek Commencing Sunday Matinee Jan 8 TWO SHOWS DAILY ZOUAVESChampion laughtrustsketch St John and XeFevre singers and dancers Baby Owen Company something new Charlotte Ravenscroft violinist and the Biograph in new moving picturesExtraSTALEY Ii BIRBECKExtra- The Musical Blacksmiths BUCKINGHAM WEED COMMENCING SUNDAY JAN 8 Matlaeei Sunday Monday Wedneiday Saturday Reffly Woods THE BIG SHOW THAT NEVER FAILS TO DRAW THE CROWDS Pretty Girls Funny Comedians EVERYTHING NEW A budget of new songs Jokes and comedy Handsome scenic effects HENRY U PULS DYER AND 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sleepers and vestibuled coaches with dining carII service en route leaves Cincinnatievery morning via Queen Crescent route running through without change to c Jacksonville via Chattanooga Southern railway and Florida beginning I The Chicago special January 9 consisting of elegant drawing room sleepers observation cars 1 etc will leave Cincinnati every evening except Sunday running through soUd to St Augustine via Chattanooga 1 Southern railway with dining service eo route Il Through Pullman sleepers to Jackson yule from Cincinnati every evening viaC Knoxville Asheville and Savannah From Louisville connection with all of the I above trains is made at Lexington bYI trains of Southern railway For Land the Skyb Winter Homes folder rates schedules or other informa j tlM addreM G D Allen A GP AII SMtWti railway SttoalaC B Hun I jelordLD A railway Louie t sft CIItC8IIOII G PAn kC 1 Oat cladnnML j 1 rs SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma to CHICAGOp ON THE I t Dl RbIn an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent y Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Passenger Agent- C H ROCKWELL Traffic Manager W H McDOEL Preside and General Manager FRflNK BREWING 60 r Brewers BottlersLOUISVILLE II II CHAMPAGNES KOLxB comingyear Kentucky Louisville SALOON tl6nru 6- WhiSkU HENRY LAUER re car of P V LEO F BROWNr 809 WEST CHESTNUT STREET Real Estate Agent List your property with me You will get good returns with small charges Buying and Selling of Property a Specialty 1 Home Phone 3698 I I Pall and Winter styles have arrived iin Huts Caps Gloves and Umbrellas JOHN GORMAN I PROPRIETOR OF Race Course Cafe 3529 Fourth Avenue near P Street FINE WINES LIQUORS CIGARS AND TOBACCO Nome Telephone 4834 ABOUT THE STATE Interesting News Items So cial and Business Gossip and Late Happenings Rumor has it that Frankfort is to have a new daily paper the first number of which will appear about January 16 Judge Walter Evans has ordered a special term of the United States District beginningJanuarytions of the election laws Mrs Susan Maloney wife of Thomas Maloney died of heart disease Wednes day night in her bed at Lexington She awakened with the exclamation Oh God I am dying and then expired The jury in the Mulligan poisoning case tried at Lexington failed to agree and was discharged Wednesday The negro charged with the crime thus gets another trial Seven jnrors voted for his conviction The Prison Commissioners met at Frankfort Tuesday and after looking over the smallpox situation at the peni tentiary reported the condition satis ji propositionto I to build an eruptive hospitalII Henderson will soon have one of the buildingsin 1 merle of Louisville has secured a Jotc 200x200 feet and Architect Curtin basfdrawn the clans for the building whichIwill cost between 16000 and 20000 I Dr A C Wood the oldest and one of the most prominent physicians ofcc Owensboro died Monday morning of heart disease He was born in New in 1824 fliceI MaryWhite J together with one son E W Wood The plant of the Nelson Record Print t entlreJydetroyedWednesday morning entailing a lose of 1 about 10000 Among the principal stockholders are County Judge Frank Daugherty and Editor John Cooney I Arrangements have already been made 1 for the purchrse of a new outfit and if ItI againwaketheDewiVtlte works a large section of 1 the city would have been destroyed Ijy the Are I t PUBLIC INVITED To Installation of Officers ofI St Josephs Orphan Society Tomorrow evening at 8 oclock a event of unusual interest in Catholic an charitable circles is announced to take place at St Boniface Hall East Green street between Jackson and Hancock to which the public is invited It is the installation of officers of the St Josephs Orphan Society who have just been elected for the year 1905 These officers are chosen by delegates from the various German Catholic congregations and so well and successful was their administra tion during the past year that anwho would serve were reelected All memo hers of the society and the friends of the orphans both ladies and gentlemen will be heartily welcome at the ceremoniesI The following are the officers to be InstalledPresidentFrank A Geher Vice PresidentHenry Bosse Jr Recording SecretaryB J Geher Financial Secretary Henry H Prenke TreasurerMatthew Poschinger RECEIVER ELECTED John H Gilbert Gets Position prom Judges of Circuit Court The Judges of the Jefferson Circuit Court elected John H Gilbert Secretary and Treasurer of the Louisville Electric Lighting Company Receiver of the Jefferson Circuit Court at a meeting held Monday Judges ODoherty Kirby Miller and Gordon voted for him Judge Pryor voted for Darwin W Johnson the incumbent and Judge Field voted fo Isaac P Miller The position pays 5000 a year Mr Gilbert is an expert accountant and a capable man for th position He will assume his duties atI once R W Herr was reelected Commissioner of the Circuit Court There was quite a scramble for the position of Receiver in which a number of prominent I politicians figured William J Semonin the County Clerk is creditedI with electing Mr Gilbert The tenure of office is four year- sRECENT DEATHS Profound sympathy is felt for Bufor l and Mary Allen 1720 Anderson street who laid to rest in St Louis cemetery last Sunday afternoon their little daugh ter Mary By the death of George Xrandle on Tuesday morning at his home 517 0 street the Holy Name church loses one of its oldets members and South Louisville a respected citizen The funeral wes held Thursday morning Rev Father thIe We regret to chronicle the death of John OBrien son of Arthur OBrien 1714 High avenue who died last Satur day Just twentyone years and with bright prospects before him his loss is a sad blow to his parents and relatives The funeral took place Monday morning from St Patricks churbh Mrs Hanora Minton beloved wife of Lawrence Minton 537 East Kentucky street departed this life last Sunday leaving a wide circle of friends to mourn his loss She was a devout member of St Pauls church from which the funeral took place Tuesday morning Rev Father York celebrating the mass of requiem Miss Nellie Fagan the nineteenyear old daughter of John Fagan passed peacefully away Thursday afternoon at the family residence in New Albany after a long illness of consumption She was a most estimable young woman and her death is deeply deplored Her fune ral will take place this morning from Holy Trinity church Mrs Mary Doran aged sixty years passed to her eternal reward last Sunday morning at the home of her daughter j Mrs Daniel OConnell 1921 Baird street Mrs Doran was for many years j a devout member of St Patricks church j and was a woman known for her many j dlsposltionpoor and needy She was the wife of j Eaos Doran who was well known throughout the city The funeral occurred Tuesday morning from St Patricks and was largely attended On Thursday afternoon all that wasJJ mortal of Mrs Augusta Wulkop the venerable mother of Charles H Wulkop was consigned to the grave The services were held at the family residence 232 beinginelghtyfivea short time She was a native of Germany coming to this country when butt a girl A most estimable lady she was loved by all who knew her and most worthy of that love was she Her death caused a feeling of gloom to pervade among a wide circle who will miss her in many ways The funeral services over the remains of William J Sheedy were held at StaPatricks church Tuesday morning when- a solemn mass of requiem was celebrated or the repose of his soul Will Sheedy was one of the best known and most popular young men in the employ of the Illinois Central Railroad Company and the announcement of his death Sunday morning was a shock to his wide circle inof friends Only a few days before he wag stricken with rheumatism and was confined to his home 119 Twentieth street Everything was done for hiss lngtheprep to oration had been made for the dread bythreel cere JoIItherhaI tare it1 IJ- n 0 j SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O 3- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month BarrynSu1JlvandI non Jr Financial Secretary Peter J 1911 Bank atree- tTreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets FridayEvcalngs PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentJohn J Sullivan Recording SecretaryJoe Lynch Financial Secretary John T Keaney 1835 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keirau DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice PresidentPatrick J Welch Recording SecretaryJohn Morris Financial SecretaryPat King 184 Todd Street TreasurerDl Coleman ck Begley Sergeant at ArmsJoRileyDIVISION Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednesday j Evenings of Each Month HennessyVice ynchRecordingFinancial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 615 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly Treasurer William J Con ntlly DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall KenneyCountyrphy PresidentRobert Gleason GIUrRecording SecretaryJ G Cole Financial Secretary Thos OHern TreasurerMartin Goss- e Sentinel Alphonso Constantine Sergeant at ArmeMichael Noon Y Ild I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street ChaplainRev A J Brady KerbergFirstShaughnessySecond MorganFinancial LanahandSteltenpohlMarshalJohn Inside Sentinel John Stewart Outside Sentinel Patrick Mullarkey TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets Every Monday Evening at the Club House 718 East Gray Street CooneyFirstSecond Vice President A Hucken beckRecording Secretary Emil Mouth Financial SecretaryRobert G Goebel Corresponding SecretaryA C Lacier Treasurer Will N Gast Marshal Jacob Pfalzer Inside SentineljAug OutsideSentinel Jon C Fries SATOLLI COUNCIL 162 Meets Every Monday Evening at Club- Rooms Wells Building 630 4tb Ave t PresidentJohn J Crotty JOConnorOConnorSecond Vice President J J Kava nagb Financial Secretary Will P McDon ogb 1212 Sixth Street Recording SecretaryLouis D Baker FaheyTreasurerlames MarshalGeorge S Zorn Inside Sentinel Edward Aud Outside Sentinel William J OSulli van BRILLIANT RECEPTION One of the prettiest receptions of thew past season was given by Mr and Mrs P Gatterdam in honor of the seventeenth birthday anniversary of their daughter Miss Eva The house was tastefully dec orated in Christmas holly and American C beauties A large birthday cake orna mented with seventeen tiny electric lights was in the center of the table and all the ices were formed to represent the figure 17 Miss Mae Tlernry served the punchand with Miss Myrtle Blunk helped Miss Gatterdam to receive her guests A bountiful supper was served at 10 oclock Miss Gatterdam was exquis itely gowned in black net covered with silver spangles and was the recipient of many handsome and costly presents Among those present were Misses Eva Gatterdam Myrtle BlUnk Mae Tierney tic Inez Thomas Pauline Vincent Eva Hen sal Margaret Smith Blanche Tierney Aline Thomas Catherine Smith Eliza at beth Hensel Edith Moody Elsie King Nellie OHearn Minnie OHearn Ada Gatterdam Lulie Blunk Messrs Henry be Kerstiug Frank McAtee Gus Dctillo on Frank McNeu Richard Roach Leonard i Thomas Fred Seldel C Combs D Gat Archie Thomas Will Blunk John Leatherly G Burkholder Mr Glutz WATCH NIGHT Nearly all the members of Louisville Council of the Knights of Columbus with their lady friends assembled at the Galt House last Saturday night for the annual reception and to watch out the old year preparatlonsmeat of their guests and the features of the programme were notable for their delightful informality The social functions of Louisville Council are looked forward to with pleasure by the members and their friends and this one provided its best form proverbial holiday cheer bJUYMENEAL piTheIadedlnlearn of their marriage which was and quietly solemnized at to Vincent de Pauls church Wednesday evening Both are well knows hllWMaterli cNCtloa- oftbecltTTbelwpprpaltiU reeJdeln 1efR Albwty III- n I G t BACK FROM ROME Bishop Chatard Wilt Soon Begin Work on New ICathdral IRight Rev Bishop Francis Silas Cba tard of the diocese of Indianapolis has spentkI with the Pope and other high church dignitaries Before assuming his present position as Bishop Dr Chatard was President of the American College in Rome and lived there for twenty years He has a large acquaintance in the Eternal City and for this reason his trip was one of great pleasure to him Bishop Chatard immediately upon his return to Indianapolis announced that work on the new Cathedral at the Indiana capital would begin early in the spring of this year Dr Chatard hopes to live to seethe completion of the building His health which has been impaired from overwork was restored very considerably 0by his trip CATHOLIC FEDERATION Next Thursday night the regular monthly meeting of the Jefferson Federa tion of Catholic Societies will take place at Hibernian Hall Reports will be submitted by the committee appointed iin December to arrange for an entertain ment and communications may be read reviewing tae work of the National and State Federations during the past year The local federation has taken much interest in the proposed public library planslookingHe books and literature Besides there will be a reception of a number of new delegatesHONORS FOR MGR OCONNELL The arrival in Rome of Monsignor OConnell Bishop of Portland Maine and the exceedingly flattering reception he received from the Pope a few days ago have revived the rumor that he will be the choice of the Propaganda for Co adjutor with right of succession to Archbishop Williams of Boston Cardinal Satolli whose influence at the Vatican and at the Propaganda is admitted by all is a personal friend of Monsignor OCon nell and recently it is known advocated his promotion to the important archdiocese THEY PAY SOON Thursday morning Clemens Boncker executor of the estate of the late Fred H Boucker received 2000 the full amount of the certificate held by his father iin the Catholic Knights of America De ceasedwas a member of Branch 6 and1 the beneficiaries were gratified at the promptness with which the insurance was paid During the past few mouths there was much idle talk about the Cath olic Knights because of the rerating bathe t big resurve fund and payments like the foregoing have succeeded every where in restoring confidence in the order RACE COURSE CAPS John Gorman who has friends all over the city opened his new and elegant cafe on Fourth avenue near the race track with a New Years reception that surpassed any ever witnessed in South Louisville John and his manager Steve Toomey were kept busy receiving congratulations and judged from the ex precisions heard their place will be the most favored in South Louisville Mr Gorman has a fine stock as well as flue place and being full of energy and good nature there is no doubt but that his new venture will be rewarded with success GOOD ENTERTAINERS The Salesmens Benevolent Association ill entertain their friends with a select dance at Llederkranz Hall next Wednes day evening The committee in charge are A H Marlin Chairman Julius Cerf Manuel Oppeubeimer Dave Steibel S Moore James Dorsey Ed Schrantz and Charles Brotzge The boys behind the counter can always be depended upon for firstclass social affairs and will doubtless draw one of their usual large crowds The excursion to Jasper last summer proved such a success that they have decided to repeat it on Sunday June 4 of this coming summer CASINO DRAMATIC CLUB The Casino Dramatic Club composed largely of the bestknown German Catho J young people of St Martins parish has made final arrangements for the production of Hermigjld tomorrow night St Martins Hall on Shelby street Beautiful new scenery has been added to that heretofore seen and the costumes to worn will be the most costly ever seen any amature stage About fifty peo pIe will be in the cast Because of the length of the performance the curtain will rise at 745 oclock UNITY COUNCIL Unity Council Y M I of New Albany had a great time Tueseav night when Den Gildehaus installed the officers The annual reports showed gratifying results financially and numerically Asocial session was held at which refreshments were served and all had a jolly good time The members are all notified- to be present at the next meeting as there will be business of great Importance BUSINESS TRANSFER Charles Scbreibera Exchange at 346 Twentysixth street has been transferred Mr Schreiber to his son Daniel who in the future will be sole Dan is one of the most popu I young men about town being prpmi neatly identified with Mackin Council several ofr our best knows social and dancing CJubeaudcan be depended upon to wake a complete success in his undertaking which will surely be a moatlriendeo 0 L PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until nrnnerly noPt 0IrELEPHONE 1t3BD Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts DRINK a Hofbrau Pilsen r Beer BREWED BY SINN Be ACKERMAN BRE ING COlUPANYJNC- ORPORALEDTELEPHONE 4H2 LOUISVILLE XCV y ASK EON 4IDIERSENSCELEBRATED Telephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN F OBRTBIvBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN XSi FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone ao9a LOUISVILLE KY KATIE AGNES SMITH Formerly of Gran W Smiths Sons LADY EMBALMER Washing and dressing ladies and chit 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 JOHN 8B1RATTERMAN Successor to Mrs George Rstterman FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER Carriages furnshell for all occasions All calls promptly attended to day or nighti 1119 W MARKET ST CB THOMPSONl FrORISTROSEBUDS A SPCIAL r FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W JeRerson St Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed DANGER POINT PASSED The recent changeable weather and their arduous duties have caused much sickness among the clergy but th friends of Father Sheridan who has been at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital willII rejoice to know that he is out of danger and able to leave his bed as are also Fathers Zoeller and Holleran who wen seriously ill at St Josephs Infirmary Father Westermann who suffered a severe attack of rheumatism was able to celebrate mass last Sunday though notl yet entirely recovered NARROW ESCAPE Morris Maroney the young son of John Maroney East Eighth street and Culberlson avenue had a narrow escape from the loss of his eyesight Monday morning While out celebrating he wasI badly burned about the face by the pre mature explosion of a firecracker and but for prompt medical attention the injury to his eyesight would have been permanent REGULAR ARMY OFFICER Col Thomas J Shea of West Point this State and formerly a member of the Board of Directors of the old Prison South at Jeffersonville has been placed on the retired list with the pay of a Colonel But few people knew that Col armyIofficers Up to a few weeks ago be was ranking Lieutenant Colonel UNIQUE AND PRETTY One of the most unique and pretty Nsw Years remembrances was that which Col John F Oertel sent his friends It was in the form of a check and called for 365 days of health happi ness and prosperity There is none that would not contribute a share to the sameJJ for the genial and bighearted brewer POORI I The General Council Tuesday night authorized Mayor Grainger to purchase 20000 bushels of coal for distribution among the worthy poor This was a timely act as many poor families haveF been sufferers from the severe weather Tate coal is now being distributed 0 I PETER M RNDRIOTSONSX 8 11 WAGONN MflMUFOTURER8r Carriage Repairing and RubberTlres 205 and 207 WEST OREEN S- TMANHATTAN RESTAURANT YOTTO E VENT Proprietor Good Square Meal For 20 Cents OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 W Jefferson Street HOLLYS PILE CURE Careeguaranteed or money refunded Mail poordruggistBros 2324 W Walnut St Louisville Ky iHERBMANN BEOSr 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 OO TO Pioneer Bottling House FOR STRAIGHT WHISKIES BIG JUG AT DOOR J P DANT913 WEST BROADWAY near Union Staliee BIG FOUR THE BEST LINE T- OIndianapolis Peoria Chicago AND AM POINTS IN INDIANA and MICHIGAN Cleveland Buffalo Nsw York Boston AND ALL POINTS EASt Information cheerfully furnished ell 1NgeurRoute WNleloSANLLoelMile 0 1 0 I jii J Is r vcJQNTUOKY IRISH IERIOAN + It It It If It t H It It + BIRTHDAY GIFTS Call and see our handsome line of Jewelry We have many pretty designs and novelties which would certainly make a pleasing wedding or birthday gift WATCHES DIAMONDS RINGS NECKLACESc CUFF BUTTONS ETC t Call and examine our fine line it 530 I Market IIWest It It If It BRUNNIt It It If It West f t e PIANOSi The Pianos we handle are noted for their excellence of construction superior tonal qualities ornate case work and superb finish If you want THE IDEAL PIANOYou will incur no risk in coming to us for It Our guarantee makes the buying perfectly safe WE SELL THE CECILIAN THE PERFECT PIANO PLAYER MONTENEGRO= RIEUM MUSIC CO OJ3SOSO FOURrH AVENUE I + + + + OC 00000000 Tie Ml Rooers BOOK GO f PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES f rTOSUIT EVERY TASTE QJ Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the 3C finest of their kind in the city 3j BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 3N W Jefferson Street st t A ResolutionI am resolved to live better during the coming year I will make my home brighter and the housenold cares less by using Mothers Bread FOR GOODNESS SAKE I I I I t t t t t t t+ 3 114IIIH3IiIpIHI1I I I +HIHH 3fI I I 3Iof1 HERES WHERE YOU SAVE MONEY ON TEA35c 45c 55c 65c and 75c A poundwhich is a cut of 15c a pound regular 50c tea for 35c and so on Money refunded if every pound is not entirely satisfactory i Good Coffee t3 Lbs for eSOo MULLOY 530f COFFEE ROASTER JII Home Phone 1313 Ohl V lARIcEr 8rREET- ItI I I I I HHI I IHH I IH I HulIt I I I I I I I I I H I I I I HI I I I I I r H IIId UNION ICE CREAM CO If you want a nice dessert for your dinner telephone us your order Finest Vanilla Cream per gal COc All kinds of Sherbert per gal 60c to 7lic to 7lie Peach Strawberry Chocolate 75c Charlotte Rusae per bowl 25c 35c to 8Sc 50c Brick Cream four flavors per gal Milk Butter and Sweet Cream a 100 Specialty UNION ICE CREAM CO 627633 EIGHTH STREET Special attention to shipping orders Home phone 2144 Cumb main 389 I I InlrIIH I II IInHI I I I I 1 +1 I tI I I IIIJnt aaaa DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEEN- ANK6611a11 I Doiioterty 8 UNDERTAKERS 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth I BOTH TMEWWBjraoraej 8 12 lEO All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Car riages Furnished for All Occasions D Dougherty Homo Telephono 2915 W1 H+f It Hiti f+if t t I + fIt H Fi II ItllAo BURN RENDER COALSpecially prepared for family use and for sale only by Central Coal Iron CotIncorporated Yard Brook and Washington and 15th and Delaware 216 FOURTH AVENUE 73OTH PHONICS IrYl ttttJtttn M 1 II- O C n n- 1n VV V V YOU MISS A GREAT DEAL IF YOU NEGLECT OUR ANNUALWUITE SALEMasses ot eager buyers have swarmed our llace white goods and muslin underwear sectionsveritably changing the slowness of the past week into a constant rush The early shoppers were wise yet they did not receive any better nor greater values than we have to offer today because our purchases were too enormous and for this reason we can offer you values unapproachable by others We could not duplicate the same offerings regardless of bow desirous we may be because our purchases were made when manufacturers needed cash worse than merchandise MUSLIN UNDERWEARA woman who doesnt admire dainty undermuslins Is not true to her dignity neither is the economical woman preceptive of her opportunities if she neglects to take advantage of our unusual offerings Everything that is as fresh as a dew drop dainty as experience and master workmen can produce sells in this great sale at prices thats worth double yea triple the time you consume in coming here LONG SKIRTS Every one is made of a superior quality muslin the trimmings of tucks lace and embroidery wonderfully add to their beauty many women having your oppor tunity during this sale would be much gratified think it over 139 Skirts sale prlce75c150 Skirts sale price 98c 175 Skirts sale prlce124200 Skirts sale prlce148250 Skirts sale prlce175298 Skirts sale price 198 CORSET COVERS High Neck Corset Covers 48c value25cPull- front Corset Covers 48c value sale price25cP- ine Nainsook Corset Cover G9c value for48cPi- neNainsook Corset Cover 89c value for690 of the Recent Events Culled From Acute distress prevails in North Wex ford on the want of employ ment Major McBride who fought with the Boers in the late war is at present in estate County Mayo has been by the Dis tricts Board A successful meeting in support of the national exhibition project has been held in Edmund Leamy M POI died at Pau France where he had been staying for the benefit of his health The sale of their land to their tenants has been finally approved by the Kilkenuy A Local Government Board inspector is making inquiries in the Roscommon Union with reference to the distress Two tenants on the Isidore Bourke estate who were evicted years ago have been reinstated in their of the Mayo estate of Major Cox all of whom who hare had second term rents fixed have been al lowed a reductiou of 15 per cent off the rents due to November 1 It is announced in the Irish Daily In that a newspaper will shortly be in Dublin by a company of which William OBrien M P will be the most member It was decided at the meeting of the of Dublin on Monday to em ploy a hundred men in addition to those already given work in view of the pre vailing want of in the city It has been decided by the people of Tuam to present the of the diocese with an address and to illumi nate the town with bonfires and gas devices on the occasion of his return from Rome- The Local Government Board has for warded to various Boards of Guardians in the West of Ireland a in timating that may be made under conditions defined for the supply of seed potatoes to certain occupiers of land where the crop has failed The money is to be raised by a special rate levyAt the weekly meeting of the Newry Urban Council on Monday the Chairman proposed that an address be presented to the Most Rev Dr ONeil Bishop of Dro more on his return from Rome John Treanor said he had very great pleasure In seconding the resolution proposed by the Chairman The motion was passed a meeting of the residents of Ushers quay Ward Dublin formed Itself Into a committee for the purpose of raising by fuuds to help to relieve the distress in the city They also adopted resolutions calling upon the Government to proceed with the erection of the new College of Science and Art for which the funds had been voted by M P addressed a large meeting in Newry on Monday i He appealed to the people of Newry to take a more active part in the national I fight He defended the national con j stitutional methods of the t party and after criticising Sir Horace 1 referred to the I robbery of Ireland by over t The of Cashel visited the Christian Brothers schools Thurles anIdistributed the prim wotiby the students at the and other examina bone durisg the year Bla Grace in the rJ i 2 DRAWERS iMade of the fine muslins have deep flounces beauti fully trimmed with tucks laces and Its a case of must sell with us hence you are values that better speak for themselves 39c sale price25c49c59c sale sale price 50c 139 sale prlce75c- GOWNS Fine Muslin Gowns 49c values Muslin Gowns trimmed 176 values980N- iue Nainsook Gowns 225 values forI50Pi-neCambric Gowns 300 values J BACON SONSTH- E I I STORE THAT ALWAYS DOES THINGS RIGHTJ IRELAND Exchanges consequent WestportThe purchased Congested Ennlscorthy agricultural corporation twentytwo holdingsThe dependent published prominent corporation employment Archbishop communication arrangements unanimouslyOn subscription ParliamentJohn Nationalist Parliamentary PlunkeWa department Archbishop Intermediate embroideries accordedwith Drawers prlce15c Drawers price39c8-9c Drawers Drawers for29cPi-ne forI98 course of an eloquent address said he sincerely hoped that in the near future the boys of the schools would have an opportunity of maturing their talents in a university of Catholics- At Leinster assizes at Wexford befo Judge Madden Herbert George Hodge a I gunner in the Fifteenth Battery Royal field artillery was indicted for the wills murder of a boy named Hayes During a quarrel between soldiers and civilians Hodge mounted a ladder and fired over the barrack wall and the boy was kill and two other persons injured Hodge was found guilty of manslaughter and sentenced to three years penal servitude- A great national demonstration was held at Cahir John Redmond M P who was presented with addresses from all the local boards in the County Tippe rary delivered an important speech deal- Ing j with the Western distress problemi land purchase prices and home rule The county members also spoke and the clergy were largely represented A letter was read from Archbishop Fennelly insisting t upon the necessity of national unityJohn E Redmond M P and Job Dillon M P traveled to Belfast andI addressed a great meeting in the Ulst Hall at which Joseph Devlin preside- The resolutions indorsed the policy of j the National Directory The speech of Redmond dealt in detail with the pos il tion of the Irish University question and Dillon discussed the devolution proposals of Lord Dunraveu stating that he welcomed 1 any admission that the governI ment of Ireland was intolerable FACTOR IN RACING Col Matt J Winn of the Board of Public Safety and Director and Manager of the Louisville Jockey Club has become i a factor in racing circles of national importance within the past few weeks With Edward Corrigan and other notedI turfmen he joined in a request for a re arrangement of the raging dates fixed by the Western Turf Congress and his wasIi the only one conceded Louisville being given five more days for the fall meeting This proed unsatisfactory and a bitter turf war led by Corrigan is threatened There are a number of clubs in the big cities ready to revolt and it Is hinted that Louisville will be with them ANNOUNCES FOR ASSESSOR Magistrate John M Adams announces in another column his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for County As sessor Squire Adams has a host of friends and will prove a strong opponent to other aspirants For years he has held the position of Magistrate and his record is an enviable one and there is no doubt that if elected he would fill the office of County Assessor acceptably Pres Ray the present Chief Deputy announced sometime ago and from new on the race will be a hot one M both are hustlers and have a large following Try for job JK tiagL Jy tr1 Ic j HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing rethe Past WeekGeneral- News Notes ulDivision 4 meets Wednesday night A large number of applications are looked for beeannounced at the next meeting of Divi sion 3- Every member of Division 1 should at tend the meeting Tuesday night There will be something doing It The Duluth Ladies Auxiliary will en terrain Division 1 of that city at the Cathedral Hall next Wednesday County President Quinn has named Mike Tynan Al Barrett Lawrence Mackey and Frank McDonogh as the deputies for their respective divisions Division 2 met last night but too late for this weeks issue There are many applications pending and a splendid- n showing is looked for on St Patricks day The plan adopted by the Providence meetingsdtimes to grow in favor with the mem bers William M Fogarty Supreme Presi dent of the Y M L is Chairman of a special committee arranging for the even ing entertainment for the Hibernian eel ebration of St Patricks day Miss Maggie Hourigan has been placed at the head of the StandlngJCommittee of the Ladies Auxiliary and Miss Annie Nevin Cunningham will direct the affairs of the Literary Committee Excellent selections both Tickets are out for a euchrejand dance to be given by the Ladles Auxiliary at Schreibers Hall on Monday February 6 This will be an event of the season and should bring together all the fiber nians in the city Division 4 of Duluth and the Ladies jointifollowed by refreshments The Ladies Auxiliary continues to gain new members but there are many who should attend the meetings more regularly Their presence would greatly encourage the officers who are zealous in the work of making theirs the best womans society in the State New Years day was an unusually eventful day in Rhode Island Hibernian circles and a busy one for the county and State officers as the newly elected officers of many divisions were installed Elaborate plans had been made by six divisions in Providence for musical and 0 literary entertainments and refreshments ut the installation ceremonies and the members were out in full force ADDRESS FOR YOUNG MEN Next Tuesday night at Mackin Council Hall on Twentysixth street Rev Father Charles P Raffo will address the members of the Young Mens Itstitute and their young men friends and it is expected the hall will be crowded to hear him Father Raffo has always been interested in the young people of our city and his address on this occasion will be one that every young man who can should hear This will be the first joint meeting ever held at Mackins club house and the joint committee have left nothing undone to insure its success Satolli Trinity and Mackin Councils are Increasing in membership and the three have issued large numbers of invitations for Tuesday night in the hope of securing a big class of candidates Only memo bers of the Y M I and their gentlemen friends will be admitted upon this occasion 1 t 0 u rs P a i fl LEVYSCHOICE and Youths finest fancy suits 25 28 and 30 values for l 1250 MARKET THIRDAND fln 1500 Now buys any of our Mens and Youths heavy overcoats here toforepricedI5I8orao All kinds to choose from i 1OLaW THE CROWDAnd you givingYOUR UNITED LAUNDRY CO Incorporated HAND WORK A SPECIALTY s GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 1188493732- T i N SHEPARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN t 00- C i1i u 1II II I 1 McKENNAWIIISKYIJ I if IT IS ALWAYS PURE II- fm H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Hy J t It It It It It t t H I It It I II It C T DEARINO president H C SHANKS Manager I C T DEARING PRINTING CO Incorporated PRINTING BINDING AND BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURING Cumb Phone Mats I508A SCO THIRD STREETMMM +t MM1A1J I It It GEHER SON 217 Market St near Second OUR GREAT SPECIALTY Stoves and Ranges 4- x MADE IN LOUISVILLE Best Assortment and the Lowest Prices r In the Cltyu Gran We Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and EmbalmerCa- rriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 700 WEST WALNUT STREETS TELEPHONE 810 t t t t t + rHHJ TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS STREET5hortlIIJotluH I I r I I I I I I I I+H I+i+ 1 I H I U F I I I I I I I 1lIfIH P BANNONPresident P1 Bannon s Sewer Pipe Co Salt PipeBatmens CondulUTileVitrified BrickFireGrate ClayChimney Sidewalk BricK OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON TBLIIPHONII S7- 3WORKSr3th and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet 9th aRIl totes T8L8PHON8 2833 y u