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I KENTucKY Ikisu AMERICAN 4 VOLUME XIVNO 3 LOUISVILLE I CENTSIIT HIBERNIANS Working Hard to Secure GOO New Members by St Patricks Day Members of the Local Divisions Have a Chance to Win Valuable Prizes Catholic Young Men of Irish Descent Should Not Host tate to Join HOW MANY BENEFITS ACCRUE Members of the Ancient Order of Hi bernians in Louisville are working with a determination to increase the member ship 500 on or before next St Patricks day As previously announced valuable prizes will be given to the members B bringing in the largest number of new names for admission Division 1 is iin the lead so far This division is sending out circulars and seems determined tto win the prize Division 3 has appointedI a campaign committee and Division 2 iis making good progress As previously announced in the Kentucky Irish Amerl can four high grade gold watches wit1 be donated to those securing the largest number of members It is needless to recall the good deeds of the Ancient Order of Hibernians TheyII are known wherever men of Irish bloodI are to be found It is the most power ful proCeltic organization in the world in the wordsof Michael Davit No asso elation of IrishAmerican citizens has rendered more loyal or more pecuniary assistance to the Irish Parliamentary party during the past twentyfive years The good work of the order at home and abroad is well known It seems to us that the membership iin Louisville ought to be increased 1000 instead of 500 during the next sixty days There are hundreds of young Irish Americans who would join the order iif properly approached on the subject There ought to be a united effort on the part of all the members of the various divisions to bring up the membership tits 0 proper strength The Ancient Order of Hibernians iis peculiarly a Catholic organization It riwas bnginally instituted n thedar penal times in Ireland for the purpose of guarding the priest during the celebration of the mass The members of the order are regular and devout recipients of the sacraments and the most edifying members of the community where they live The rules of the organization am at bringing comfort to the indigent iin their need at helping the widow and the orphan when the cross presses mos heavily upon them and at smoothing th pillow of pain and sickness when death iis near at hand The record of the order 1 in Louisville is superb It has dispensed charity without ostentation and many brothers have been assisted in one way l or another when they were in need It is a record to be proud of and no Catho lic young man need hesitate about joining The expense is trifling compared with the advantages which accrue No young man can remain out of the organ ization on account of the expense at tucbed to belonging With an increased membership of 50 the A O H in Louisville will be in a better position to carry on its work We have no doubt that the membership can be increased at least that number by St Patricks day The time is short however and the work of carrying ou th campaign should begin now If the 500 new members are secured by March 17 will make St Patricks day a memorable one in the history of Louisville Catholicity t CARDINAL GIBBONS I VIII Officiate and Invest Archbishop Moeller With Pallium The Most Rev Henry Moeller Arc bishop of Cincinnati will be investe- with the Pallium on Wednesday February l 15 The solemn and impressive ceremonies connected therewith will take place in the Cathedral at Cincinnati and will be attended by high church digniI taries and distinguished Catholics from all parts of the United States His Emi nence Cardinal Gibbons wilt officiate at the investiture and Right Rev James J Hartley Bishop of Columbus will be the celebrant of the mass The clergy and lalty are making every arrangement for the eveut which will be the most notable in this archdiocese for many yearsi Louisville and Kentucky belong to the Cincinnati archdiocese and doubtless will be well represented ENJOYED THE MEETING The Concordia Society Louisville oldest musical organization celebrated its fortyeighth anniversary Monday night at Llederkranz Hall with an elaborate programme of addresses solos and choruses followed by dancing for the 300 invited friends Urban Stengel the only living charter member presided and delivered an address that was a feature The Concordia fa composed of German Catholic well known ia musical circlest a JO U s who have taken part in many saeu gerfests and musical gatherings in this and other cities and always acquitted themselves with credit JOHN IS LUCKY Tradition That This Surname Insures Its Owner Prosperity and Success John is the given name of the prese Archbishop of New York as it was of four of his six predecessors John Murphy Farley follows John Connolly John Dubois John Hughes and John Me Closkey There is a tradition that John is a lucky name insuring to its owner iin m6st cases prosperity happiness an i success in life The Johns who have risen to fame and eminence here andI enoughIto give some color to this idea Taking the official list of the Catholic priests in the three boroughs of Manhattan Richmond and the Bronx it iis found that the Johns lead all the re numerically There are sixtyone of them The next nearest group are the thirtyeight who were called Thomas The scale then slides down in this order James thirtyfour William thirtyone Joseph thirty Patrick seventeen Henry and Michael fourteen each Francis thirteen Charles ten Edward ten Daniel nine Peter seven George seven Anthony five Dents five Louis five David four Arthur four Bernard four I Martin three Philip three Dominic three Richard three Augustine three I Robert Otto Ludger Cornelius Eugene Paul Edmund Nicholas and Gerard two each Brooklyns first Bishop was Johnl Loughlin and the Johns as in the other boroughs head the list of the pastors andl their assistants The present number ofr priests named John is fortyfive James comes next with twentysix then Thomas twentytwo William twenty and Joseph sixteen Following these are Patrick nine Peter nine Edward nine Francis seven Michael seven George five Martin four Robert three Anthon three Frederick three Jeremiah Philip Henry Timothy Hermann Wendelin Louis and Vincent two each There are nine Catholic churches dedi cated to St John in the whole city eight to St Joseph six to St Patrick and fiftythree to the Virgin Mary under her various titles CONTEST ON IN EARNEST rtykThree Applications For Membership The contest inaugurated by the agmnow on earnest be watched with interest by Hibernians everywhere Division 1 set the pace with nighet meeting was an Irish jubilee when Martin Sheehan sent to the desk of John Morris thirtythree names with the assurance of as many more for the next meeting There was an unusually large number of visitors and candidates for prizes present and all joined in the jubilation Already about a hundred names have been secured for the St Patricks day initiation President Welsh occupied the chair an all the officers were present Chas Don nelly was elected and five members Richard Murphy Michael Dugan Mar 0tin Kerins Steve Sbeehan and Matt Con nelly were reported sick Deputy Mackey installed John Riley arid Messrs Mike Francis Michael Quinn and John Leonard were named as a committee to secure jame19 were rea i Countit7 Thursday night or a general tneeting of the entire order o Monday January 30 President Wels announced the following committees Prize ContestD J Coleman R J Daniel Joseph Leniban SickPatrick Begley James McCue Thomas Noou- eLiteraryPatrick T Sullivan Michael Quinn James Terrell FinanceJames Coleman Thos Kennedy Will E Burns Dha SheehandpC by visiting Connty and State officers and Joe Lenihans two well rendered songs added much to the pleasure of the meeting MADE GOOD TALK Trinity Council transacted no business of importance Monday night but those present were pleased with the Interesting address of John A Farrell of Mack n Council who was a visitor Delegate Huckenbeck of the Catholic Federationj was also present and urged the members to assist in making a success of the performance to be given by the Casino Dr 8Mr matlc Club Frank Lenz the attorney and Albert Metzger who have been tick were reported much improved resident Cooney presided and the debate between himself and Tom Garvey caused considerable merriment IL FORTY HOURS beginbmorrowSt Brigids church Hepburn avenue The yaotlir and indefatigable pastor Rev tathenConnelljr will conduct the services and vJll be prepared for a large attendance V v Q FQ YIMICIAIAn- other Manifestation of ItsI Attitude Toward Catholic Church Proclaims Luther One of theI Very Greatest of Church ntHeroes Needs For Well Equipped Insti tution For Our Catholic Youthd LHAS BERN TOO LONG NEGLECTED The Young Mens Christian Association stisj a well managed and useful public insti tutlon If admirably meets the needs ofr Protestant boys and young men end Will lam I McNair its manager performs his task faithfully and efficiently but as this association appeals now and then to the Catholics for contributions as we are told and as a great many Catholic boys are using the gymnasium Andread ling rooms it behooves the Catholics off the city to consider the attitude of the association toward the Catholic church and the need of a similar institution as well equipped for Catholic boys and men In the little weekly paper called The Young Man IIand published by the Young fleas Christian Association on JJanuary 12 1905 appears under the heading Lnther this notice The fourth lecture on heroes of the church will be given by Dr H K Fen ner on Luther Thursday evening JJanuary 19 These lectures are exceed ingly interesting and should be attended by a large number of our members The subject of Dr Fenners lecture is one of tinve very greatest of the heroes of the church All men are cordially invited This work is no doubt all right from the nonCatholic standpoint but Catholic- young men should have a gymnasium an reading rooms and teachers where their own views of history and religion may b subjected to no such treatment They should have a different atmosphere Th Young Mens Institute the Knights o Columbus the Ancient Order of Hiber nians and the Federation of Catholic So cieties flhbuld =consider ndpr01ta for gthisneglected A modest but comfortable and nice Catholic library in the center of the city should be combined with a gym naslum and hall for Catholic lectures girlrs chancehtime the Kentucky Irish American has referred to this important matter The holding up of Mar tin Luther as a church hero is an in suit to all Catholics and one to which our young men should not be subject The necessity for such a building as above outlined has been frequently pointed outIand we again say its need is becoming more apparent day by day Catholics of Louisville had earnestly hoped the movement inaugurated some two years ago would result in something practical but Wade they not come discouraged They owe it to them selves and to the city to own such a I building and if they can not do better they might start with a smell one Once properlystarted there would be no failure To prove the truth of this state ment we cite the case of Mackin Council And who will say the Catholics of this greet city can not do even more than that energetic and progressive band of young men AFFAIRh + I Large Gathering of Hibernians See the Sliver S rvlcc- Prcsentatlon There was a large and happy gathering at Hibernian Hall on Monday night to see the presentation of the pearl and sll nver service set to National Director Geo Butler retiring Treasurer of Division 3 President Patrick Welsh called the aHem blage to order and introduced James Coleman who had been selected to preside and make the presentation In taking the chair he said it was pleasing to se- so e many present to make the evening and presentation a complete success After the handsome set had been exhibited the committee entered escorting Mr Butler which was the signal for loud applause Chairman Colemans presentation speech was both feeling and eloquent as were also those of the many others who were called upon When first shpwn the gi Butler was visibly affected and it was some time before he recovered sufficiently to make acknowledgement but when he did he invited everybody to remain and be his gnests the remainder of the evening when an abundance of refreshments and cigars were enjoyed The Hibernians of the city were well represented and the speakers all voiced the same happy sentiments State Pre s dent Keenan James Barry Joe McGinn Newton G Rogers John Mulloy Dr William B Doherty David OConuell1 William M Higgins Patrick MeehanI J Patrick Sullivan Thomas Quinn Patric I Ye1sUlj Joe Dougherty and Lawrence Mackey expressed their admiration for n o George Butler his welt and integrit- and the conscientious manner in he discharged his responsible duties Hi record they declared spoke for the city county and SJtate and words of theirs would but feebly express the esteem iin which he is held VINCENTIANS Welcome Unday Nl ht at St Anthonys Conference Meeting Numbers of prominent members of the St Vincent derPaul Society of this city attended the general meeting of St An thonys Conference last Sunday night and were pleased with the hearty greet ing given then President Edward Doter s had Invited James Campbell President of the Particular Council and the Presidents of the local conferences to meet that night with St Anthonys only recently organized The attendance was large and very encouraging and the only regret the members had was the unaroi- able absence of Rev Father Leo Greu lich Interesting reports were read andI plans for future work discussed Chairman Boiler expressed his pleas vre at seeing so many visitors and members in attendance and introduced President James B Campbell of the Partsc ular Council who complimented the young conference for its achievements so far saying the members had already gone to work like oldtimers ThomasI Hines of the Sacred Heart Patrick Sul1 liven of St Patricks President Decker of the Cathedral and President Miller of St Georges were also called upon and responded with words of praise and cheer for the officers and members of St An thonys conference The meeting was indeed a pleasant one and the example set may soon be followed by the other conferences BLESSINGS From Holy Father For Sisters and Alma Mater of Nazareth I inlls9Lebanonda pupil a letter accompen Holy Father Pius X for herself and the cow ShEe y Pope pst Christmas and it is needlescHo say she and her friends aFcjublipi t2rJvtcrtheattentlbn her letter and the promptness of the reply Miss Spalding is a niece of Bishop Spalding of Peoria and isa typical Kentucky girl Miss Marie OBrien another Kentucky girl daughter of Edward J OBrien of this city who recently visited the Eternal City and had the houor of a private audience with Pope Pius X also obtained the Papal benediction for her alma mater besides special blessings for Mothers Alfonsa and Cleophas and Sisters Etienne and Mary Alicia Both girls feel proud of being the medium through which such signal recognition has been conveyed to theI good Sisters and the pupils with whom they have spent thany happy days RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Harry McMaunon took place Sunday afternoon from the Church of the Blessed Sacrament His death re suited from typhoid fever The body was taken to Barretts chapel on East i Main street where many called to take a 1last look before the burial Michael Egan a native of Ireland butI for many years a resident of this cityI diedat an early hour last Saturday morn ing after a two months illness of bron chitin He resided at 1824 Rowan streetI and was well known in the West End The funeral took place Sunday morning I from St Patricks church and the inter ment was in Cave Hill The remains of Job Redman who died last week at the residence of his sot 2510 Griffiths avenue were taken to Hodgenville last Saturday by Undertaker Barrett for burial Deceased was seventy years old and was well known and held in high esteem ia Hardin county Three sons Joseph John and George RedJlinC and one daughter Mrs Martha Smith survive him t respected c passed to his eternal reward Sunday night at his home 1413 Payne street after a i two weeks illness of pneumonia De 1 ceased was a native of Ireland hot the greater part of his life had been spent in Louisville One daughter Miss Kate t McGuire survives him The funeral took place Tuesday morning Rev Father OGrady celebrating the solemn mass of t requiem j ttFriends and relatives of Frank Lttsch were shocked Sunday morning when itII typhoidfeverbadclaiDed Few young men were better knowndmore highly respected in the East End where until recently he resided with hisJJ parents at 1605 Qtory avenue Youa Latsch had gone to Portsmouth Ohi i JFouri I j J with typhoid fever which caused his 1 1death He was a member of Trinity Council Y M h and was twentyfive placekWed Joeephschurchi Send in your subscriptions now 3 YELECTION In November Will Bo Most Im portant Ever Hold in City I and County More Than Ono Candidate Fode Princir pal Offices Democratic Primary Attracting Attention Among Lead ing Aspirants MARY WILL SOON ANNOUNCE Brsdt Tuesday after the first Monday in Novem ber next will probably be the most interesting and important political Genres waged in Louisville and Jefferson county for many years The Democratic party being in the ascendancy in this city and county the primary election leading up to the general election will also be of the greatest importance The time for the primary has not yet been fixed This will not be a Congressional election and therefore no United States Marshals will appear at the polls There is grave doubt about the right of such Marshals to interfere at any State election Congressional or otherwise Be this as iit may the primary promises to be fair and everybody will be given a square deal The officers to be elected are a Mayor of Louisville thirtysix members of the General Council a City Tax Receiver Treasurer Auditor Judge of the Police Court County Judge Assessor Coroner seven Magistrates seven Constables seven School Trustees and various other officers of minor importance The election is about ten months off There are many receptive and severalI declared candidates already announced The indications are that there will be at leastl two candidates for each of theI offices named above As the campaign tinae front Politics is a peculiar trade The man who is strong today may be weak a month or two hence Some very excellent men have been mentioned in connection with the Demo cratlc primary nominations The Mayor Treasurer Tax Receiver County As sessor and all of the incumbents in these fiscal offices are ineligible for reelection under the law and new men must b selected in their places Some of the members of the present General Council School Board and Magistrates offices J will stand for reelection Many others I not now in official life will try for the nominations The Democratic City andI County Committee has given assurances that so far as it can control every Democrat t will be given a fair show in the I primary and this will doubtless be an in centive for many to enter who would notI otherwise do so The Republicans will put up a strong ticket in November but with a united 1 Democracy they have little show to win In order to win however the Democrats a must be fair with each other The Kentucky Irish American wants to be impartial and neutral between the various aspirants and will so remain until the nominations are made Inclln f ling toward the Democratic organization yheartiestnominated is a good one In the mean time our columns are open to those who are inclined to announce their candi i dacy but we havent the time or inclination to personally solicit such announce ments SATOLLI COUNCILt Interesting Meeting at Which i Two Priests BecometMembers The meeting of Sat111 Council held last Monday evening was of more than ordinary interest as Satolli had the pleasure of receiving into the membership of the Young Mens Institute the Rev Father W R Lawlor O P the newly elected Chaplain of Satolli Council as well as Father S J Clark O P Second Vice President Kavanagh conferred the obligation upon Prof Carl Hemmersbach Dr Harry C Rademaker and Louis T Welch Messrs George M Eady A T Steber and Edward Schranz were elected 1 to membership After the reception of new and the transaction of routine business the council went into social session when 0lightCoady presided as toastmaster Pies ident Crotty related some of his expert- cncea while in New York where he will itgoserved promotion to the head of the ail- epartment beof the John C Lewis Comepany Will McNally read his famous dls Kayua I beautiful tribute to Woman Joe Len hen related some experiences in thes Black Hills and James Perry and Edward Pope spoke on the beauties of thei YML Father Clark delivered a short talk ont the Progressive Young Men of Today an and Father Lawlor spoke words of con n eel and advice to the members stating L f- n c I that he would be with them ill spirit as he can attend no further meetings but that he would cherish the kindliest feel ings for Satolli Council promising to come back and end his days in Old Kentucky On motion of Harry T Colgan seconded by John Coady Father Lawlor was elected an honorary member of rr f Satolli Council the only other person who had ever received that honor being1 Bro Celestine of Notre Dame Ind The meeting adjourned without taking any changeinJEFFERSONVILLE In Fine Shape and Preparing for Big St Patricks Day Event The Ancient Order of Hibernians iin Clark countj and Jeffersonville Ind are in a flourishing condition At the lastt meeting of Division No1 in Jefferson ville Robert Gleason was reelected President j for the fourth term The hone came to him unsolicited The order iis imaking arrangements to properly observe St Patricks day A committee consisting of Robert Gleason A Con MurphyJr JrangeCampbellB removed to Columbus O Martin Goss is on the sick list The following officers were elected for the ensuing year County PresidentMichael Kinney PresidentRobert Gleason Vice PresidentMichael Breen Recording Secretary John B Murphy Jr Financial SecretaryThomas Gleason Treasurer Louis Constantine Standing Committee R Stanton Martin Fogarty Thomas OHern Frank Lynch and Alfonzo Constantine MarshalPeter Madden jBannerSergeantatArmsMatt Burns East End Sick Committee Alfouzo Constantino John Fogarty and Eugene ConstantineWest Sick Committee Steve Breen Lawrence Ford and Barney Coyle Finance Committee Thomas OHern Martin Fogarty and Frank Lynch SISTERS OF CHARITY Learned to Love and Venerate Them in Our Late WareA beautiful story is told in the Bosto Herald of a Sister of Charity who was returning to Boston from New York on a Sound steamer recently As teatime was about to be announced the colored waiter approached her and suggested that perhaps it would be pleasanter for her to go to the table before the general rush of the passengers She assented and took her place at the table for a very simple tea The waiter left her without waiting for an order and was gone s long that the Sister wondered what had become of him At last he appeared with large tray loaded with all the luxuries of the seasoq and set it down before her Of course the modest Sister was quite taken aback and said to the waiter You have made a mistake that is n for me Oh yes Sister said heit is for ou jButthat it certainly must have been ordered for some one else and you have brought it to me by mistake No Sister there is no mistake it was ordered for you- Convinced at last the Sister ate all she wanted Before she could leave the table the waiter appeared with a second course of sweets ices fruits etc liMy dear man said the Sister that is too much Who has ordered All those things for me There is the gentleman who gave the order said the waiter Then go and express my gratef I thanks to him and ask him for the pleas are of his name The waiter conveyed the message to the gentleman and returned with thI replywTell the Sister that my name is of no consequence I am a stranger and may never see her again but say that I a always happy to oval myself of every favorable opportunity of testifying my profound respect for the Sisters of Cha ity whom I first learned to venerate an love in our late war eCATHOLIC WOMANS CLUB The annual election of seven Directors the Catholic Womans Club will take place the lest Monday in next month and already much interest is felt in the list off names that will be submitted by the nom committee Miss Judge has made wDkI offered another term The club has a very prosperous year and has come up to all expectations DOWN WITH GRIP I The many friends of Charles Reid y the well known letter carrier were dis appointedwhen he did not appear wit their malt Tuesday morning During the recent disagreeable weather he suffered attack of the grip but did not give up i until Monday when his phyiicjati said further exposure might result seriously o BALTIMORE Cathedral Oldest in America to Celebrate Its HundredthrAnniversary Elaborate Preparations For the Event Which Tako Place July 7 1000 Archbishop Carroll Presided Over See When Church Was Built SSEAT OF THB AMERICAN PRIMATE tThe first Cathedral in America that of Baltimore Md is being renovated in an elaborate way to place it in condition for the celebration of its ceutcnnary in 1906 J theinterior t The one hundredth anniversary of the a J llaying of the cornerstone of the Cathe will be celebrated on July 7 1906 partsBthe celebration and will no doubt be present as the Cathedral was the first built in the United States and is the seat of the American primate Should Cardinal Gibbons be still living at the time he will be seventytwo His birthday will occur in the same month as the anniversary St Peters was the original Cathedral church in Baltimore but not the church of that name on Poppleton street The first Sit Peters stood on a site opposite the present Hotel Rennert Arch seeAfterj present Cathedral there was a long r during which for various reasons nothing was done Funds were necessary and a lottery was resorted to placeinthey were sold at 140 each The lottery yielded to the church 75000 and the sum of 40000 more was derived from the sale of pews The Cathedral was a source of pride to the citizens of Baltimore when it was completedas it exceeded in beauty and impressiveness any similar structure in painEings the Archbishop of Baltimore wrote to Rome for gifts of this character The appeal reached other earn than those of thenfirst responses was from the priests of Marseilles where the Archbishop the Right Rev Marechal had studied They sent him a rich marble main altar upon which was an inscription in Latin testi fying that the tribute was one of affec tion and esteem With the altar came massive candelabra The consignment shipYTheredj i dal Fescb The Descent from the Cross by Paulin Guerin was sent by King Louis XVIII and King Louis Burying the Dead Before Tunis was given by King Charles X of France ofThe dedication of the Cathedral took place on May 31 in the same year and jbyBishopBishop John Cheverus of Boston The first ordination at the Cathedral was that of S L Dubulsson a Jesuit Since the building of the Cathedral many important ecclesiastical functions have taken place there Councils have Indthebishops of Baltimore POPE GREETS ROOSEVELT His Holiness Reported to Have Greetu end to President goodsauthority that Pius X this year for arded an autograph letter of greeting to President apostolic thatmsimilar letters have been sent to the American President by Cardinals Gib bons Satolli ezrtodthe suspension of diplomatic relations be tween the French Government and the Holy See the Cardinals de Curie abstained this year for the first time from a sending personal letters of congratulation on the occasion of the New Year to Press dent Loubet The canons of St John at the Latenan of which chapter the French President is honorary member omitted their annual congratulations BUYING MORE GROUND byyingground k Nattier and Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets secured two more good pieces this week The actual buyers are not known purchesesbelagmadethtoaghagentsh 37OOOWhUe r belongingtosaid to have beea secured for ftl00I I- U 0 n U BJBXESTTIOICY IRJ8H irrncA1 U UH HHg IBegin the New Year Right I 3J BY SUBSCRIBING FOR THE = 1 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN I IBrightest Weekly in the Southwest I lONE DOLLAR PER YEAR I= = ARE YOU AMONG OUR 10000 SUBSCRIBERS J1i7l7 Y1S171KllXKS1NSSNK1iiS1XYNlIYN lICNS NNNNMNNNtNlXRNW1 NNXS1lKH KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGRN tMltMMIItltMMMIMIIMIM noted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Atnerlcaoa KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 u Queered at tho Louisville Postofflce as SocoudClass Matter Addutirit Comwualcatloneto the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Orecn Sired UNIDN TRADES LABEL COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JANUARY 211905 CATHOLIC CHARITIES The Catholics of Louisville have good reason to congratulate themselves on the excellent work arried on by the various charitable institu tions and societies under church auspices during the past year and the prospects for renewed pros perity during 1905 For more than a century the Catholic population of Louisville Las taken an active part in charit able work This work has been done in a systematic way and in most cases without parade or ostentation r Hospitals orphan asylums homesfor the aged and infirm and other institutions have been main tained in a way which is creditable alike to those who have conducted them as well as to those who cqn tribttted to their support The principalCatholic benevolent institutions in this city are Home for theJAged Poor conducted by the LittleSisters Convent of the aGoodShepherd and Reformatory for women and girls without re gard to nation or creed Good Shep herd Home for Colored Girls OLeary Home for Poor Catholic Men St Anthonys Hospital St Josephs Industrial School for Girls St Vincents Orphan Asylum Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital St Josephs Infirmary etc These are all conducted on a high platie In the charitable workout Sidei of these asylums the Society of St Vincent de Paul the Ancient Order of Hibernians the Young Mens Institute and all the Catholic societies each year do their share of charitable work in assisting the needy and comforting the afflicted It would require a lot of space to go into detail about the work ac complished during a year by anyone of the institutions or societies tfmentioned above Take for example the Little Sisters of the Poor who maintain several hun dred old people in comfort Work like that of the Little Sisters ap peels to everyone The purpose of this article is to briefly call attention to the good work in the several institutions and to remind those who have assisted these Institutions that their charity 4 has not been wasted The Catholic charity institutions in Louisville though receiving no State or muni cipal aid rank well with any similar institutions in the whole country PALL OF FRENCH HINISTRY As anticipated for some time the I Co robes ministry in France has fallen to pieces On January 18 r t n tle Premier tendered his resign Y Unit and that of his Cabinet individ taliand collectively to President acsLobepted doubtless with pleasure by the President of the Drench Republic though diplomacy forbids him o- l stating that fact The Combe ministry has been the most infamous probably in the historv of France excepting that during the Reign 01 Terror The main cause of its dis solution was the failure of the Rad icals under Combes and his associates to agree upon a plan for a dissolution of the relations between the French Government and the Vatican which had been maintained for nearly one hundred years whet Napoleon agreed upon the con cordat and which Combes tried tr violate The dissolution of the Combes ministry indicates that there is yet hope of France and the Holy See coming to terms In any event the Vatican is the victor so far as things go up to this date PRIMARY ELECTION Members of the Democratic City and County Committee without ex ception have declared to representa tives of the Kentucky Irish Ameri can that a primary election will beheld for the selection of the candi dates for city and county offices No other way would be satisfactory to the rank and file of the Demo cratic party in Louisville In No vember about sixty city and county officers are to be elected including- a Mayor of Louisville thirtysix members of the General Council a County Judge seven Magistrates seven School Trustees and various other officers The report that the City and County Committee contemplated nominating the candidates for these offices in convention seems to be wholly without foundation There is a positive assurance from leading members of the committee that everybody shall have a square deal and that a primary shall be held It is now about time for the vari ous candidates to announce themselves in the columnsof this paper Alderman Paul C Barth was the first to announce his candidacy for Mayor and he got quite a boom by doing so There is nothing to pre vent others from following his ex ample REGULATING FREIGHT RATES It is apparent that the coming great contest in Congress will be on the question of regulating railroad freight rates President Roosevelt has recommended that the Inter state Commerce Commission be given authority to enforce its decis ions in the matter of equitable rates and nearly every railroad President in the country including our own Milton H Smith of the Lovisville Nashville rises up in opposition The shippers and the people gen erally are with President Roosevelt in opposition to the Standard Oil Company the fttustthecoall trust and other trusts and the Con gress will no doubt pass the bill that the President recommends rs cu Ie 1 1 The Combes Ministry the worst France ever had resigned Wednes day thus avoiding the defeat that was fast approaching Combes and his allies have done France almost irreparable injury and from which she will not soon recover President Loubet has begun the wqrk of forming a new Cabinet from which it is hoped ell men of the Comber stripe will be barred The career of M Combes has been remarkable for its hostility to the best interest of church and State and the won der is that he was so long allowed to continue in power Now that he is down and out those who en couraged him in hip defenseless policy will desert him like rats leaving a sinking ship The Montana Legislature in joint session on Monday last elected Thomas H Carter United States Senator to succeed Senator Paris Gibson Senatorelect Carter is a Republican while Mr Gibson iis a Democrat As the Montana iLeg islature is Republican it follows that the selection of a Senator would be made from among politicians of that faith Thomas H Carter has served in the Senate be fore While he is an intense parti san he is apparently a fair mindec man He is a native of Ireland and a Catholic and has been prominent in Republican politics for many years The great cotton mill strike at Fall River Mass in which 2500 persons were involved has been brought to a close and the operatives have returned to work The strike was brought to an end through the efforts of Gov William L Douglas of Massachusetts who was elected to the Chief Magistracy of that State by the union labor element No one else probably could have brought about a settle ment except Douglas who though a millionaire is a friend of the working classes He is to be congratulated and so are the people of Massachusetts in electing such a manThe Indiana Legislature has under consideration several bills for the curtailment of the divorce evil in that State In early times no divorces were grated in Indiana by the courts The Legislature granted what few divorces were allowed Things have changed since then and now divorce is granted for the most trivial cause A fruitful source of divorce is the lax manner of issuing marriage licenses at Jeffersonville and other places in that State The freedom with which licenses are granted in Jeffersonville has grown to be a public scandal Rev Father Young of St Francis Xaviers church New York City which has adopted Gregorian music says the boys in the parochial schools may be taught to sing in eight or ten years and that after awhile it will be possible to have congregational singing and to do away with women chbirs Father Young although an enthusiast in this matter admits that it will take a long time and hard work to establish the Gregorian chant in churches In America Right Rev Camillas Maes the Bishop CfCovingtonwUlcelebrate he twentyfifth anniversary of his DMcratioa on January 35 Bishop 1n1 1n r3 Maes is a pious and learned man and is much beloved by the people of his diocese and by all the people of Covington The occasion of the celebration of his silver jubilee will bring together many Catholic pre lates from all parts of the country Catholic readers everywhere feel anxious for the recovery of Rev Father Cronin the able and distinguished editor of the Buffalo Catholic Union and Times and dean of the Catholic press Father Cronin was seriously ill with bron chial sore throat and the last report was that his condition was improv- Ing e The latest reports from Peoria are that there has been a slight improvement in the condition of Bishop Spalding Everywhere pray ers are being offered that his com plete recovery may not be long de layed Senator Bailey of Texas has introduced a bill in Congress for a constitutional amendment making the term of the President six years and making him ineligible for reelection Let every member of the A O H in Louisville do his best and the order will have no trouble in securing 500 new members by St Patricks day- Statistics show that Englishmen spend an average of 70 per annum for strong drink whereas the average for the Irish is only 10 I LSOCIDdY Mrs John Curley had as her guest Miss Martha Hoagland of Mt Washing ton Miss Mayme Hagan and her brother have been visiting relatives in Cincinnati Mrs Will Kelly has been visiting her mother Mrs E C Jenkins at West Point G A Hardesty a former prominent citizen of Raywick has moved to this city to live Miss Josephine Wlthen lip gone to Savannah Ga to be the guest of Miss Loretta Hanley Miss Inez Arnold had as her guest this week Miss Lizzie Ditto a leader in West Point society circles Miss Burton Oliver has returned from a visit to Miss Lillian Callahan and Nell Day of New Albany Miss Carrie Fitxgerald will leave soon for Mobile Ala where she will visit her brother Edwin Fitzgerald James T Shelley was among the number from Louisville who were guests at West Baden Springs this week Miss Mary Glenn of South Louisville has gone to Bowling Green to spend two weeks with Miss Jennie Fowler President Paul Barth of the Board of Aldermen and John Settle left Monday for a ten days fishing trip in Florida Frank Schmidt and bride who was Miss Frances Mutter have returned from Cincinnati where they spent their honey moonThe Young Ladies Euchre Club was charmingly entertained Tuesday evening by Mrs Dan Meagher at her home 2107 Rowan street Miss Gertrude Eagan has had as her charming guest Miss Rella Ellert of Evansville who was extensively entertained during her visit Michael F Doherty President of the effersonvllle Retail Merchants Associa tion has returned from the State meeting held at Vinccnnes Mrs Frank Breslin who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Thomas Kenney at Howard Park has returned to her home at Cincinnati Miss Kate Coleman who was the guest of Miss Charlotte Duval at her home Park Place New Albany has returned to her home in Faankfort Major Edward Fitzgerald and daughter Miss Ethel have gone to Denver where they will spend a month with Judge and Mrs Sterling Toney Mrs P H Newman of Frankfort and Mrs Anna Nugent of Lexington have been the guests of Mrs Blanche Shelley West Oak street for several days Dame Rumor has it that Will Swift the well known railroad fireman will soon lead to the altar one of Limericks belles Will is already receiving congratnlations in advance Mrs Frank McKernan and little son Flands of South Louisville will spend next week with Mrs Samuel Hart 1413 arvin Place during Mr McKernans bsence at Martlnsvllle Tad Miss Mary Murray one of Covingtons airwt daughters waif here this week isiting bird James Landers 1113 East Mhitreet She received much social tteation and made many friends Mr JaobbHaager her two charm rtfl j Ii GIVE US YOUR ORDER lug Misses Cordelia and Edna will leave soon to spend several months in Florida They are very with the younger set and will be missed at social Social circles in South learned with regret that Mrs Nellie and her Miss Eileen will leave shortly for where they will make their future home Mr and Mrs Dennis J Reardon 723 Zaue street were made hIPPY this week by the arrival at their home ofa lovely baby and hosts of frlexds have been calling to tender snd share their joys Charless Erdman of the United States service and for many years a well known resident of this city is at his home 127 East street after a serious attack of nervous Miss Mamie Miller of 1522 West Madison street who has been in poor health for some time has been removed to St where she will a delicate this afternoon Her friends hope for her speedy recovery John Martel of the Irish office and of Unity Council Y M I who has been con fined to his home in New Albany for several days with an attack of is to be His says he will soon be again able to be out Mrs Charles L Crush at euchre at her res idence 1010 Sixth street Those present were Louis Seelbach James W Clark Harry Russell James B Camp Charles Rufer Henry Eschman John Jr Henry Beaten William Walter Mayer and William J McBride Little Miss Annie her twelfth last with a to her little Those present were Nellie Maggie and Ruth and Eva Duane Marie Fahey Teresa Mary Alma Score Henry Ma loney Frank Sullivan Joe and Willie Kelly George and Willie Mudd have been received in the city for the of Miss Eddie Mar ratta and Henry Bell which will be sol emnized with a nuptial mass next Wed nesday in St church at Fair field The bride and groom are among the best known young people in that sec tjon of and their will be one of the notable society events of the season Miss Lula Miller and William Specht Jr will be united in on Thurs day afternoon January 26 at 4 oclock The ceremony will take place at St Johns church Rev Father Bax officiat ing Joseph Specht brother of the groom will be the best man and his sisters Misses Lula and Mary Specht will be the Both bride and groom have been In East End society and the ceremony will be wit nessed by a large of their friends In the presence of friends and relatives Miss Julia the pretty and ac of Mr and Mrs Ben of the road and Cole Morgan of the News Scimitar were united in the holy bonds of wedlock at the Cathe dral rectory Rev Dr per the ceremony The bride was attended by her sister Miss and Victor Moore of best man After receiv ing the of many friends the happy jconple leftf or where they will reside Miss Mary Kinney at her home in honor of Miss Nellie Hanley of Among those present were Misses Nellie Hanley Helen Bolper Josie Brennan Clara Pike Nellie Glenn Anna Clarke Agues Hef fernan Leona Blair Agnes Suvllla Virgie Kinney Messrs John Coones Tom Brennan Harrison Turner John Leon Beam William King Richard Facy Grover Wagner Richard Beam Philip Uonahan Thomas James George Louis and Charlie Kinney A very was spent after which refresh ments were served Is the great prlnck pIe of the life of society the only means r the total the total of good In human tIlie- U n U i I PrintingFAIR Kentucky Irish American OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET daughters popular gatherings Louisville Neighbors popular daughter Neighbors Cincinnati daughter congratulations formerly diplomatic convalescing Breckinridge prostration JosephsInfirmary undergo operation Kentucky American Secretary threatened pneumonia reported improving physician entertained Tuesday afternoon Mesdames Ouerbacker Schroeder Rudolph Waggener Thompson celebrated birthday Saturday reception playmates Meagher Catherine Sweeney Maloney Mullaney Hackmiller Invitations marriage Michaels Kentucky wedding marriage bridesmaids prominent gathering Mattingly complished daughter Mattingly Cherokee Memphis Tuesday evening Schuhmanu forming marriage Katherine Mattingly thiscitrW85 congratulations Memphis entertained Monday evening Owensboro Delaney Humphrey Humphrey Genevieve Woodring McEntyre Humphrey enjoyable evening Religious education diminishing ofcvilandof ugmeatlag d00D WORK P SEMIANNUAL CUTPRICE CLEARANCE OF Dutchess Trousers I lOc for every button that comes off JlOO or a new pair If they rip 150 Grades 98c 350 Grades 248 250 Grades liS 450 Grades 298 300 Grades 198 500 Grades 348 LEVYSu THIRDAND Oran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer ICarriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 700 WEST WALNUT STREETTE- LEPHONE 810 t t t t t t t t t t t + + t HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 JJu BARRETTFUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 E75ST TVCHIN STReETWith the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT t nlIH 1 +tt- J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS STREETShort DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN DooghrtD KeenanU- NDERTAKERS 11225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth T 1tE xioss 1SSO IIBOTH Attended to Day or Night Oar i Furnished Telephone for 2915 All Occasions VVVV = Fall and Winter styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas LEO F BROWN 809 WEST CHESTNUT STREET Real Estate AgentL- ist your property with me You will get good returns with small charges IINalMl Stint ef Pr8f rfy a Specially Home Phone 3498 MARKET KATIE AGUES SMITH Formerly of Gran 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 EstablUhed 1863 JOHN RATTERMAN8 Successor io Mrs George Rstterraan FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER Carriages furnished for all occasions All calls promptly attended to day or nighta HID W MARKET SI i Q u r pr I T6NTUOKY IRISH AltJERICAN FRANK EHR BREWING 60 INCORPORATBID Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE OLD AND RARE WHISKIES A SPECIALTY BLUE GRASS EXCHANGEL- ouis Wabnitz Proprietors STooOllklalla = is our Wall We are in to win and we do win by making the best efforts not only benefitting our customers but doing ourselves good at the same time appreciationby Kentucky Wall Plaster Cue Incorporated TELEPHONE 2267 Brook River Louisville Ky WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS 1SALOONa VAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 442 V GREEN iT DRINK BOTTLED BY HENRY C LAUER 407 East Jefferson Street TELEPHONE 114 1 SOMETHING NEW Variable Tours to Florida Via Soilem Raman And Queen Crescent Route GO ONE WAY RETURN ANOTHER Winter tickets gocd going via Asheville through the land of the sky and beautiful sapphire country andre turning 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 dining car service en route leaves Cincinnati every morning via Queen Crescent route running through without change to Jacksonville via Chattanooga Southern railway The Chicago and Florida special be ginning January 9 consisting of elegant drawing room sleepers observation cars etc will leave Cincinnati every evening except Sunday running through solid to St Augustine vIa Chattanooga Southern railway with dining car ServIce- en route Through Pullman sleepers to Jacksonville from Cincinnati every evening via Knoxville Asheville and Savannah Fromi Louisville connection with all of the above trains is made at Lexington b trains of Southern railway For Lan of the Sky book Winter folder rates schedules or other informs tion address G D Allen A G P A l 1 IIlngtflle W C Itimeartwi tGPA QC- r Ciaet1sreti- u uO P S SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON THE eLl rav1 rsea M5a = w- In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR B II BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Passenger Agent- C H ROCKWELL Traffic Manager W H McDOEL Prcsid and General Manager f KY Co TWO LOUIS Plaster and tlGryWilisku tourist Homes 7Vt1 TULBYS Monday Tuesday and Wednesday Nights and Wednesday Matinee THE BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Thursday Friday and Saturday Even ings end Saturday Matinee DUNSTAN FARNUM INliTHE VIRGINIANS HOPKINSMarket Theater built for comfort and safety Week Commencing Sunday Matinee Jan 15 TWO SHOWS DAILY FELIX AND BARRY IN THE BOY NEXT DOOR Lew Hawkins the Chesterfield min CompanyLouisvIlle joists BuschDevere Trio Sailor and Barbarette girl with and the Blograph and movingpicture DELMORE AND LEE I Sensational and daring acrobats BUCKINGHAM WEES COMMENCING SUNDAY JAN 22 Matinees Sunday Monday Wednesday Saturday CLARKS RUNAWAY GIRLS And the European Sensation THE MINOLA BALLET- The star olio includes the Livalls the Horseshoe Three Burg Sisters Reynolds and Guhl George T Davis Rosalie and Murphy Lamarcbe and Riley C B THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jefferson SI Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed HENRYH ftAIJIi J PPOLSU L S DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone 2635 528 Fifth Street JOHN GORMAN PROPRIETOR OF Race Course Cafe 3529 Fourth Avenue near P Street FINE WINES LIQUORS CIGARS AND TOBACCO Home Telephone 4534 TROUBLES OFMACBRI DBS Mrs Maud Gonne MacBride has ar rived in Paris with the unhappy story of her divorce suit against the Major which is coming before the London courts in a few days Mrs MacBride desired for the sake of her child which iis a year old to ask only separation and not an abso lute divorce but finding Major Mac Brides termstoo hard a divorce was de cided on Mrs MacBride charges drunk MajorkeepSsettled on him when they were married ofdthe1e motberkeep it he rest of the time To this she objects oa motherkeepsoi Wprfod for theyhave loflj bean aware of the stralntd relations betwMB the HMBrUaa 1- L u HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekQeneral- News Notes Division 9 of Cleveland Ohio admit ted fifteen new members this month A new division has been organized in St Augustines parish in Troy N Y Division 1 of Boston initiated fifteen candidates at its New Years reception The divisions of Grand Rapids Mich now own a magnificent building of their ownNational Secretary Carroll issued twentytwo charters fer new divisions during December Milwaukee Hibernians gave a min strel programme Monday night the first of their series of six entertainments Division 49 of Brighton Mass had the four degrees worked on twelve candi dates at its first meeting this month The New Orleans Morning Star says Division 1 of that city is the largest in the South and is receiving members at every meeting The St Louis County Board offers prizes in gold to the three divisions init iating the largest number of members during the year 1005 Division 10 of Providence has organized a dramatic club and successful re hearsals arebeng held preparatory to a number of entertainments Division 21 of Providence has decided to give alseries of Saturday night socials in Knights of Columbus Hall Cathedral SquareJto continue until March 4 The degree staff of the Boston County Board of the Ladies Auxiliary conferred the four degrees on twentyfive candi dates for Division 7 at the New Years week meeting The Ladies Auxiliary of Duluth assisted at the installation of the officers of Division Jl of that city and provided nice luuch after an interesting musical and literary programme Monday night the four divisions of Utica held afjoint meeting for the pur pose of outlining plans with which to entertain the New York State convention when it meetsjthere next year State Secretary Murphy launched a new division last Sunday at Cleveland with a charter membership of over 100 Another division was also recently organ ized at Ycungstown one of the Hiber nlan strongholds in Ohio At a recent meeting Division 2 of Jen kintown Pa donated 300 to pay for the crosses of the Immaculate Conception church The rector Rev Joseph Strahan gratefully acknowledged the receipt of the same Inla public letter In order to create a fund for the future use of the County Hall Association the PhiladelphiaJJBoard of Directors have invested injtwentyfive shares of stock in the Twentieth Century Building and Loan Assodationjof that city Careful consideration will be given every detalljby Buffalo Hibernians in order to insure the best arranged and most notable and enthusiastic demonstra tion ever held in that city in honor of Irelands greatjpatriotand martyr Robert EmmetNew York J Hibernians have secured Madison Square Garden and Sulzers Harlem RiverJPork for their St Patricks day festival At a meeting of the County Board of Directors held Thursday night a grand marshal and two aides were elected for theIparade which this year promises to eclipse any ever seen in the metropolisThe of St Patricks day to be conducted under the auspices of the County Board promises to be the most notable celebration ever held in Providence or Rhode Island At the last meeting of the Ways and Means Com mittee nineteen divisions were repre sented and great enthusiasm prevailed The expense will be defrayed by the County Board randall kindred societies will be invited to participate free of cost Members of the Great Palls division with their wives and many invited guests gathered in Conradi Hall upon the occa sion of the installation of officers Just before the close of the ceremonies the Right RevLM C Lenibau Bishop of Great Falls who was present gave a beautifuladdress to the members and guests after which the evening was spent in dancing Frappe was served during the evening with a luncheon of cake coffee sandwiches and other refreshments later Speaking of the clubs recommended by him and indorsed by the national con vention President James Dolan has this to say and we commend his words especially to parents who have young sons Such clubs afford a meeting place for a sociable exchange of ideas on the part of the members they serve to keepalive interest inUthe order pleasant evenings may be passed in them by all and the Idea can not fail to interest the parents of our younger members as in such club rooms they will be far removed from sur soundings and influences that are not beneficial to the youth of today VICE GRAND MASTER HERE Timothy Shea of New Jersey Second Vice Grand Master of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen was here this week Conferences were held with prominent members of his organization but the matters discussed were not made public Grand Master Shea enjoys the confidence of both officials and employes of the rail roads throughout the country KENTUCKY BROTHERS There are living at St Marys this State three remarkable brothers They are Edward G aged eightfour JohnGf aged eightyt wS and Ben F Mattlngly aged seventyeight years all residing to getber within three hundred yards of where they were born and reared and all enjoying reasonably good health The Mattioglydare aaaoBg the oldest and best known Xwrtweky families of their nation 0 Written for the Kentnckj Irtib American DOOLIE r A Tribute to a Louisville Horse When Adam named the newborn beasts Within the gates of Paradise He paused in admiration when The noble horse stood fore his eyes The lion was indeed more bold The tiger growled in fierce remorse Each bird and beast its gifts possessed But dignity had crowned the horse And Adam paused a moment when From out that primal caravan The noble steed rubbed gainst his hand And called the horse true friend of man That first equine progenitor Has passed away long long ago His proud descendants still proclaim The royal blood that sire did know Of all the offspring of that pair Which Adam blessed in primal scene The fairest dearest steed I know Is Dollie of all horses queen HARRY B TIKRNBV STROKE WAS FATAL Mrs Elizabeth Brennan aged sixty years suffered a stroke of apoplexy last Sunday morning while returning from mass at St Charles church and expired before she could reach her home The unfortunate woman was the widow of the late Michael Brennan who for years was a member of the police force and is sur vived by one daughter Miss Elizabeth Brennan who was with her when she suffered the fatal stroke The funeral took place Tuesday morning from St Charles church Father Raffo celebrating the mass of requiem and in the fuueral sermon he paid a feeling tribute to the life and workof the deceased WITH FRIENDLY SONS For the first time in its history a Pres ident of the United StatesTheodore Roosevelt is to be the guest of the Friendly Sons of St Patrick at their annual dinner in New York City on March 17 The Friendly Sons are not a political organization although many of the members are powerful politicians They are an organization which cares for if necessary poor Irish gentlemen and gentlewomen The Friendly Sons have branches in many cities throughout the country including Cincinnati The ad dress of President Roosevelt on this occasion will be read with deep interest BANDS OP MERCY Through the agency of the American Humane Education Society and with the approval of Archbishop Williams ninety three Bands of Mercy have been organ ized in the parochial schools of Boston The purpose of these bands is to teach children to be kind to all dumb animals and is pushed vigorously by George T Angell the great Massachusetts human itarian and philanthropist and publisher of the bright monthly Our Dumb An- Imals which teaches children to be kind to all Gods creatures HONOR PATRON SAINT New Albany Hibernians are arranging for a fitting observance of St Patricks day County President Fleming John Lammon and Con McBarron are arrang ing the programme and promise an en tertainmeqt of unusual merit to which the general public will be Invited without any charge for admission The division will have an initiation and exemplifica tion of the ritual next Thursday night and Louisville and Jeffersonville Hiber nians are invited to see the work ELEVEN STORIES The Louisville Nashville Railroad Company will next week begin the erec tion of its elevenstory office building at Ninth and Broadway The structure will cost 300000 and will be 200x60 feet and when completed will be used for the general offices now at Second and Main Tomorrow be offices now at Ninth and Broadway will be moved into the tempo rary building erected nearer the Union station ALARMED FRIENDS The many friends of Dr John A Ouch terlony will regret to hear that he has been confined to his bed for the past ten days and that on last Monday evening his illness developed quite a serious turn Since then there has been a change however the doctor is now somewhat better and it is to be hoped that he will soon be out again CLERICAL CHANGES Bishop Cbatard has transferred Father Elchenlanb from Jeffersonyilleto Terre Haute to be assistant at St Josephs church Father Charles Oppenheimer a scholarly and able priest has arrived and entered upon bis duties is rector of St Anthonys AMERICAN SAINT Rev Thomas J Campbell S J will lecture in Carnegie Hall Sunday Janu ary 29 on the pioneer missionary and martyr of New York State Father Isaac Jognes His Grace Archbishop Farley will preside and the lecture will be under the auspices of the Marquette League Now that the process of the beatification of Father Jogues has actually been begun Father Campbell hopes to make known the heroic zeal suffering and death of the martyr not only to Catholics gut to non Catholics also who have always taken a keen interest in the fascinating story of his life POPULAR CHAPLAIN Of Chaplain Rev Edward P Vatt mann U S A who was retired forage I September 11 the Army and Navy Jour nal says Probably no army Chaplain eyes left the active service more beloved by the officers and men with whom he wan associated or with a larger record of usefulness As spirituall adviser as teacher comrade and friend be has ex erted an influence wfaich has benefited every soldier within its radius Subscribe for thU paper awry J 1- 1Q n I IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges John Redmond M P was the princi pal speaker at a great National meeting in Templeboy County Sligo He dealt chiefly with the Western problem and its remediesOn from Rome his Grace the Archbishop of Tuan was accorded most enthusiastic reception and was pre sented wtlli an address from the priests repliedinMichael Davitt addressed a great dem onstration at Clifden and in the course of his speech dealt at considerable length with the question of distress Speeches were also made by the Very Rev Canon McAlpine and W 0 Malley M P On Thursday night the Chairman of the Navan Urban Council it is said de scribed resolutions of the Gaelic League as damned humbug and tommy rot and lectured the clerk for bringing them before him They were eventually adoptedThe Catholic clerical managers of the diocese of Waterford and Lismore have approved of the introduction of the bilingual programme into the schools under their management and have ape pointed a committee to give effect to their decision At Blanchardstown petty sessions on the application of John Cromer road contractor orders were granted permit ting the applicant to enter a quarry for the purpose of obtaining road material on the lands of the Hon Walter Guinness at KnockmaroonA conflagration occurred in Loughrea The bakery premises of David Connors took fire and before a rescue could be effected five children were burned to death Mrs Connors and her son jumped from the upper windows and were badly injured Capt ShaweTaylor addressed a meet ing in Belfast on the university education and other questions The meeting was convened in connection with a contro versy that arose between Capt Shawe Taylor and a aection of the Orangemen about the Reform Association At a big meeting under the auspices of the United Irish League in Gort an Important letter on the land purchase act was read from John Dillon M P The meeting was addressed by Joseph Devlin M P W J Duffy M P J Roche M P and John ODonnell M P Abraham Kennedy Library street Belfast was entertained at dinner by a large company of friends on the occasion of his recovery from a recect distressing and protracted illness He was also made the recipient of an address and presenta tion as a token of the general esteem in which he is held A pleasing function took place at the Lord Mayors room in the municipal buildings at Cork when the Rev J E OConnorr who has been attached to Sts Peter and Pauls church in that city but who was transferred to Kenmare was made the recipient of two handsomely illuminatedaddresses Three fresh cases of smallpox in Belfast have been notified to the authorities who have taken prompt steps to have the patients removed to the Purdysburn Hos pital Two of the cases have occurred it is understood in Glenwood street and the third in Dunmore street both in the Sbankill road district His Lordship the Bishop of Clonfert arrived in Loughrea on last Saturday night from Rome and the public recep tion which it was intended to give him was abandoned owing to the calamity in the town the week before His lordship visited the sufferers of the fire and of fered them his sympathy- At an important meeting held in Ballina to consider the question of purchase of the Arran estate it was decided to organize a public meeting to be held in Ballina at an early date and to invite Michael Davitt and John Redmond to speak at it The tenants decided to purchase only through the Estates Commissioner- On Saturday Arbor day a move ment for the encouragement of tree planting was inaugurated in Ireland by the planting of six trees in Phoenix Park The trees were planted and speeches in favor of the movement were made by the Lord Mayor Lord Castletown President of the Forestry Society and others On the occasion f the unveiling of the public fountain which has been erected in Cashel as a memorial to the success of the Very Rev Dean Kinane in securing the construction of the railway line from Goolds Cross an address was presented to the Rev Dean and complimentary speeches were made eulogizing his serv ices to Cashel At a representative meeting of dele gates from public bodies in the counties of Dublin Wicklow and Wexford In the City Hall a resolution was passed direct ing attention to the deplorable state of the harbors on the southeast coasts and calling upon the Government to pass a marine works act suitable to the condi tion of the district without delay- A specially convened meeting of the Irish party was held in the Mansion House in Dublin under the Chairman ship of John Redmond M P to con siderthe question of distress in the West of Ireland Resolutions calling on the Government to apply adequate remedies by starting reproductive works were adopted including a demand for com pulsory powers to be vested in the Congested Districts Board and the Estate makingtheland MARY BYRNES WILL The will of the late Mrs Mary Byrne dated November 28 1000 was probated in the County Court last Monday morn ing Practically aty the estate wa left to her daughter Kale the latter being named as executrix without bOnd The item of greatest vale was a house and let os v PayneMreetU PABST BEER f ALWAYS PURE 4 Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the 7 brewery until properly aged T41ZSP801KS I3BB Louisville Branch Fourteenth and Jefferson Ste DRINKHofbrau Pilsen r Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN s1EwaHG COltZPANYusraoRFOHATEii TELEPHONE 4B2 J OUISVIX X Jffi ICY ASK FOR IESCREAMTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN F UERTELBUTC- HERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JoHx xc lzgxl4 1 WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone aopo LOUISVILLE KY SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O EC- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month BarryVice J Sullivan Recording SecretaryThomas Kee JrFinancial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentJohn J Sullivan Recording Secretary Joe Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice PresidentPatrick J Welch Recording Secretary John Morris Financial SecretaryPat King 1840 Todd Street SentinelPatriTckColeman BegleySergeantatArms Riley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording SecretaryThos Callahan Financial Secretary Joe P McGinn 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly TreasurerWilliam J Connelly DIVISION 1 JEPFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and ThirdTuesday at Pfaus Hall County PresidentJohn Kenney County Vice President J B Murphy PresidentRobert Gleason Vice PresidentDaniel Gill Recording SecretaryJ G Cole Financial Secretary Thos OHern Treasurer Martin Gos- sSentinelAlphonso Constantine Sergeantat ArmsMichael Noon Y Imo I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentWilliam Kerberg ShaughnessySecond Recording Secretary Frank Morgan Financial SecretaryGeorge J Lautz Corresponding Secretary F Lanahan Treasurer Joseph Steltenpohl KenneyInsideStewart Outside SentinelPatrick Mullarkey TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets Every Monday Evening at the Club House 718 East Gray Street President Eugene J Cooney First Vice President Joseph Bell Second Vice President A Hucken beckRecording elFinancialCorresponding SecretaryA C Lauer Treasurer Will N Gast MarshalJacob Pfalzer Inside Sentinel Aug Kempf Outside SentinelIohn C Fries SATOLLI COUNCIL 162 Meets Every Monday Evening at Club Rooms Wells Building 636 4th Ave CrottyFirst JOConnorOConnorSecond Vice PresidentJ J Kava naghFinanCial Secretary Will P McDon ogh 1212 Sixth Street Recording SecretaryLouis B Baker FaheyTreasurerJame Marshal George S Zorn Inside SeutinelEdward And OuUide Sentinel William J OSulll- V8HI f Hy I PETER M ANDRIOT 8 3016 II WAGONN MANUFACTURE i Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST MANHATTANRESTAURANT OTTO E PENT Proprietor Good Square Meal For 20 Ceife OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 W Jefferson Street HOlifS PILE CURE Cures any and all kinds of piles Cute guaranteed or money refunded Usk ysrdruggistBros 2324 W Walnut St Louisville Ky I HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON i BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street i GO TO- y Pioneer Bottling House 7 FOR STRAIGHT WHISKIES- BIG a TT- n JUG AT DOOR J P DANI913 WEST BROADWAY near Union Steins BIG FOUR THE BEST LINE TO IndianapolisPeoria AND ALL POINTS IK INDIANA and- S MICHIGAN Cleveland Buffalo- S oslll AND ALL POINTS EAST Information cheerfully fnratabed MI JIicFoorn AatIetJavillc r1 v T- Npr5oI IRISH RJOAN I THE BIG STORE STOCK TAKING SALE Continues dully and the crowds Increase tens and Boys Winter Clothing Hats ahd Furuish ing Goods Less Than Actual Cost MENS SUITS 675 Lot 1 625 YOUNG MENS AND 890 Lot 2 840 SUITS AND t OVERCOATS 1075 Lot 3 975 OVERCOATS BIG STORE IJ2MARBLESTONE CO 424 to 434 West Market St between Fourth and Filth HHf I I I + It BIRTHDAY GIFTSC- all 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 DIAMONDSI RINGS NECKLACES CUFF BUTTONS ETC Call and examine our fine line 530 530 BRUNNWest Market West Market HI + + I I + I I + + + + + t + I + + + + t t I H t t tit+ PIANOSIfs MENTS we are prepared to interest you We have the finest line of HIGH G ADE PIANOSE- VER SHOWN IN LOUISVILLE jC I FIFTEEN FAMOUS MAKES IfCome In and hear them sing their own praises MONTENEGRO = RIEUM MUSIC COe OC58O O FOPRTH AVENUE 00 + + 0000000000000 1M cias fl Rogers BOOK GO iPRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE + Give us a call bjCfinestT BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 W Jefferson Street g f + lHHH I H+H GREENOR BLACK HINIINIItII TEA 111 I I HInIHH 35c 45c- 65c575c f IAI MULLOY COFFEE ROASTER UIPbOIJ3J SOD14 v 1IARKET STREET III I I 111 HHI H II Jut I I H+I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I IHIIIt1Ii- ttUNION I I I I I I I I oJ HI HHHHHHIIH ICE CREAM CO- If you want a nice dessert for your dinner telephone us your order Finest Vanilla Cream per gal DOc All kinds of Sherbert per gal 60c to 75c to 75c Peach Strawberry Chocolate 75c Charlotte Russe per bowl 25c 35c to 85c 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 Homephone 2144 Cumb main 389 +1 t I I N IHH1I Jut+HH IH JoH ftl j 1111 I t It It BURN RENDER COALSpec- ially prepared for family use and for sale only by Central Coal Iron Co Incorporated Yards Brook acid ton and 15lh and Delaware 216 FOURTH AVENUE 33OTII PHONES 1x2 1111 + t 11 tt- C T DEARINQ President H C SHANKS Manager CT DEARINQ PRINTING COIIncorporated t PRINTING BINDING AND BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURING 1 CM PieocrMata l5ld A 3esp T IFtD 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BACON SONS II- THE STORE THAT ALWAYS DOES THINGS RIGHT eee0000 ee ee ee00000000000000 START OFF RIGHT Large and Interesting Meeting of Hibernian Ladies Auxiliary The Hibernian Ladies Auxiliary bad a largely attended and interesting meet ing Wednesday night electing one new member and receiving eight more appli cations Miss Mary Sheridan presided with that ease and dignity that comes from experience and her rulings gave the utmost satisfaction After the appointment of a committee to attend the County Board meeting next Thursday night and acting favorably upon State Secretary Hunts communication the ladies held a social session in honor of Miss Mary Murray of Covington who entertained them with an interesting narrative of what the auxiliary of that city was doing j and its plans for the future Miss Mur ray is a pleasing speaker and her brief talk aroused quite an amount of enthu siasm Vocal and instrumental solos were rendered by Misses Julia Kelly May Corcoran and Mayme Keenan The ladies were assured of the success of their euchre and dance there being already a big demand for tickets and they feel1 that they have started the new year under most favorable auspice- sANNUAL EUCHRE For the Benefit ofSt An thonys Charity Hospital The ladies of the Hospital Sewing So ciety are making many preparations for the third annual euchre to be given at Phoenix Hill Hall for that most descrying charitable institution St Anthony- Hospital I on Thursday afternoon and evening February 16 This annual euchre is always looked forward to with uausual interest in both Catholic and Protestant charitable circles and is indeed a great event The ladles iin charge are making every effort to make it a success and they trust that all char stably disposed persons will assist them in this worthy cause and at the same time combine pleasure with charity Only few people realize the noble work being performed by the good Sisters of Charity iu charge of this hospital which opens its doors to all and is a credit to our city PLEASANT QUARTERS Messrs Thomas Walsh Pryor Sapin sky and Castleman who have had their offices in the Equitable building have moved into more convenient and pleas ant quarters at 543 Court Place They are on the ground floor and are easily accessible to their numerous clients PROMISE GOOD LECTURE The Rev Fathers Kelly and Kenney of Holy Trinity church in New Albany have arranged with the Rev L J Vaughn to deliver a lecture in Holy Trinity Hall on Sunday evening Pebru- arydl2 Father Vaughn will be remem bered as one of the most entertaining of i the many speakers at the Chautauqua held in Glenwood Park last summer and doubtless a large audience will greet him CATHOLIC CLUB MEETING J The monthly meeting and dinner of J the Catholic Club will occur Monday I evening at the Catholic Womans Club house on Walnut street from 030 to 9 oclock Thomas Walsh the lawyer who has just returned to the city will preside I and deliver an address Another well known attorney Newton G Rogers has 1 also consented to address the club which is representative of the best Catholic element WILL MACKIN HURT Will Mackin the genial and popular Seventhstreet grocer has almost entirely recovered from the effects of his fall onw the ice last Saturday While walking in front of his residence 732 West Oak street he slipped and fell with such eforcea wasunablel second time he h4a had the misfortune of i being injured b falling J no jjPRES RAY Working Hard n for Assessor PATRICK KIRLEY risks Only Fair Price Fo Building and Valuable Leases Patrick Kirley the well known blacksmith and wagonmaker who has his shop on Sixth street on ground sold f the armory has just reason to complain of the treatment accorded him by tho who have engineered that deal Kirley has been established there for many years and has built up a paying business and his removal to another would entail serious financial loss owns the shop and leases the adjoining ground which is used for a wagon yardI the lease having yet six years to runIi And in addition to the foregoing and inI cluded in his offer is a house and lot o elss0 runs for five years For the shop which- can not be moved and these valuable leases Mr Kirley asks but 7500 Whe the prices paid others in connection wit the deal for their ground and leases are considered it must be conceded that Mr Kirleys demand of 7500 is very reasonable and payment of that sum cannot be objected to unless from some sin ister motive Able lawyers have said the courts will sustain him and unless the price is paid work on the armory may belong delayed HOPKINS THEATER Theatergoers who like high class vau deville will find it in one of the season best bills next week at the Hopkins Robert Mansfield and Frank Root bot well known Louisville actors and Miss Lorraine Buchanan will make their first appearance here in a little comedy calle The Scarlet Crustatlons Felix an Barry are sure to make big hit in The Boy Next Door and sensational feats of the daring acrobats Delmore and Lee will excite wonder There are five other good turns and the biograph and new moving pictures MACAULEYS For the first half of next week with matinee Wednesday afternoon the offering at Macauleys will be the spectacular r extravaganza The Sleeping Beauty andt the Beast which will be given an elaborate presentation The Virginian t with Dunstin Farnum in the leading role is announced for the latter half withl Saturday matinee Seats for the two en gagements are now on sale- MASONIC The Masonfc Theaters next weeks attraction will please Louisville theatergoers The Strollers a musical comedy that has scored a great success will be presented by a large and competent Snyderwill be rich and the stage setting unique and beautiful This should prove one ofE the seasons best bills BUCKINGHAM Next week the Buckingham Theater ill present the latest European sensa trop the Minola Ballet with elaborate costumes scenery and mechanical and effects At every performance host of pretty show girls with catchy songs and dances and funny comedians Sayingsmeat F- iI r In MACKIN COUNCIL Hon James J Fitzgerald to Deliver Address Friday Night Chairman Ben Sands announcement at the meeting of Mackin Council that Hon James J Fitzgerald bad accepted the invitation of the Lecture Committee and would deliver an address next Friday night was a pleasant surprise It was at once decided to invite the general public to hear the eloquent young lawyer and to reserve seats for the ladies President Kerberg occupied the chair and after initiating Robert Burke an pounced the illness of Robert Osborne and W H Darlinghaus Louis Kiefer Chairman of the Gymnasium Committee submitted a complete report which was freely discussed and the committee was given power to fully equip the gym nasium Reports read showed that the dances given in the club house are be coming very popular and that the euchres rare also appreciated by the members and friends of the council DEATH OF DR POLIN Medical Profession Loses One orofIts Greatest seSonsThe Times correapondent sent the fol lowing last Saturday from Springfield feelingsHesorrow Dr D O Polin President of the Wash ington County Medical Soicety and the oldest practicing physician in this sec flog of the State died of heart failure attn his home here Dr Polin was born near Harrodsburg on May 28 1829 and was graduated in 1850 He had practiced medicine here continuously since that physlhers were all physicians Dr Polins father and two brothers came to this country from Ireland about the year 1900 One of these brothers was a lawyer the other a priest Dr Polins father being a doctor He was a devout mem her of the Catholic church and fairhful in all of its doctrines Dr Polin was strictly professional and scientific and in his death the profession loses one of its great est sons BROKEsMrs Margaret McCue the aged mother 11of Patrolman John McCue while passing through the back yard of her home 623i East Ormsby avenue last Saturday fell1I panfulII of heradvanced age her friends were greatly alarmed and feared serious results butl at last reports she was resting easily andI the injured arm was mending nicely LENORA LAKE COMINO Mrs Lenora M Lake of St Louts lone of the most noted and interesting Catholic woman lecturers in the United States has accepted an Invitation to lec ture in Louisville for the Womans Aux iliary of the Typographical Union Mrs Lake has been prominent in the affairs of several Catholic fraternal and religious societies and as this will be her first ap j pearance here a large audience will take advantage of the opportunity and hear her The lecture will take place in Bald wins Hall on Monday night January 80 KNIGHTS AND LADIES = 1 Branch 110 of the Catholic Knights and Ladles of America of New Albany elected and installed officers at the last meeting which was largely attended After the regular order of business asocial session was heldrefreshments were served and a pleasant time was enjoyed by all 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