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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t I KENTUCKY IRSIi 41 AMERICAN VOLUME XIVNO 4 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JANUARY 28 1905 PRICE RIVE CENTS MYSTERIOUS Disappearance of Owen Kelly of Philadelphia Has Attracted Much Talk Was Prominent in Hlbornl and Irish Affairs in Ills Home City Bile Absence From Home Una countable As Ho Was of Correct Habits A DEEP MYSTERY SURROUNDS C9 The disappearance of Owen Kelly of Philadelphia from bis home city last October iis as much a mystery today as itI was when his relatives let it be known that he had suddenly dropped out sight The case has several remarkable features Kellys disappearance resem bles in sojne respects the Dr Cronin conspiracy in Chicago Like Dr Cronin the Philadelphia man occupied a prominent j place in the councils of the Irish societies of his city Thousands of do 1 lars have been spent in trying to find him and the police In hundreds of cite are on the lookout for him CanadianI and Irish papers have been used to hel in the search but without result Whll e Kellys relatives think he has met with foul nlay many of his friends think his i alive and well and will appear in his own good time His friends are inclined to think that he went off on a spree afte a life of sobriety and strict attention t ro business Because of the hubbub th atof has been raised over his disappearance they think he is keeping under cover until the fuss blows overhKelly was born in Ireland fifty five years ago He came to this count when a young man and settled in Phil delphia tIfiveHe has lived there for thirty j years and by that time bad accumulated I enough money to start in the grocery business for himself He kept one of the old fashioned corner stores 1Boldt business and prospered There were no frills about the place and there are none today It is an ordinary corner grocery ibuttithas always been a money maker Kelly spent most of his time at the gro cery until other business affairs began to demand his attention Even then he ion went to the grocery dally and saw that iIt was kept running smoothly In fact he paid more attention to this store than he did to any of his business enterprises He made his home in the Eagle Hotel a block away from the grocery Kelly took great interest in the affairs of his church He was a man of ex emplary habits His relatives say they 500neverdrink Early in life be joined the total abstinence union connected with his of church and when he vanished he wasW the President of the organization Besides and his Interest in the church Kelly early became affiliated with the Irish societies of Philadelphia He was a member of the Ancient Order of BiberP nians and of the ClannaGael He wasta a great champion of Ireland and advoat cale of her freedom All Irishmen dont believe in trying for freedom by peaceful1 means Whatever Kellys views on the ways and means to obtain freedom wer he came out in favor of Parliamentary agitation when John Redmond the Irish lion leader and other delegates visited this country last year Redmond visited Philadelphia on his tour collecting money for the Irish cause and Owen Kelly was a member of the reception how outcommitteeparty The Irishmen of Philadelphia the raised 15000 for Redmond and theth Irish cause and Kelly was largely initru for mental in getting this amount He struck upa warm friendship with Red who mond and If Kelly had radical views on the subject of freeing Ireland they were dispelled In favor of peaceable means After the departure of the Irish delel gates from Philadelphia Kelly became a warm advocate of Parliamentary agita lion for the betterment of his native land and he talked often and earnestly with Wen who thought that force was the only means toreach the desired end Kellys sister Is responsible for the statement that this made him many enemies among his own countrymen She honestly believes that these enemies have killed him Soag far not the slightest bit of evidence has was been produced to show that Kelly has 1834 been murdered The only thing that makes his folks think he is dead is his long absence without sending word to those nearer to him Prominent Irishmen a interested in Irelands freedom probably wore than Kelly ever was scout the IdeaR4 that he has been murdered because ofthedenemies be made in Irish societies Itis ridiculous said a man in Phlla Col delphia who knew Kelly well Everycil time an Irishman of any account drops six out of sight some one sets up the cry that the Fenians have murdered him It is getting to be such a joke that Irishmen laugh at it more heartily than anyone else understand there was some fric 0 tloa in one of the Irish societies of whi- Kellywaa ch a member but would It be an Irish society unless there was frictlo- kow me an Irish society aad I will eh withtttettitsr pMHriMrty Iyopinion by i y n Cj U is nothing in the murder by secret so ciety enemies yarn That statement is made advisedly for I knew Kelly and a great deal about the societies with which be was connected When Kelly began to branch out InI business he became interested in a cotton mill in Philadelphia Later he became a director of the Continental Trust Com pony He attended a meeting of the Directors of the trust company the day theameeting he visited bis sister Mrs Patrick Kelly of 2233 North Second street Philadelphia and presented goldwatch to his nephew Kelly was cheerful then and in his accustomed good spirits beawas going to the trust company meeting The meeting was held in the forenoon Kelly apparently went straight to it from his sisters Nothing unusual happened at the meeting rind he left it with several noonAfterSBto chat with the others Kelly started away alone No trace of him can be found after he parted with his fellow Directors Kellys wealth has been estimated at a quarter of a million dollars and this does not seem to be an overestimate He ssl andofnever had any entanglements with women His habits were as regular as the clock so the employes of the hotel where be lived alone so many years tes tify The search for him was kept up in the newspapers without result except bringing forth a flood of anonymous letters Most of these letters said Kelly had theenerves of his sister so much that on Jan abroadealiveIOwen Kelly is a well built man weigh audIturning gray The two most noticeable things about him are much gold in his rupper teeth and a bad scar on the inside his left wrist In the mass of facts gathered about his disappearance one stands out more prominently than the others This is that Kelly the day before le disappeared straightened out many ordinarilyaThis has convinced many of his friends lat his diappearance was premeditated SURPRISE PLANNED I Will Please Hibernians at Next Meeting of Division 4 President Hennessy the Entertain ment Committee and members of Divis 4 have planned a surprise for their next meeting February 8 that will delight the Hibernians of the Falls Cities all of whom will be cordially invited to be present Any who fail to attend tbis meetlng will miss a treat not often afforded and that promises to belong remembered Division 4 has got into the member ous ship contest in earnest and has ordered blank applications from the Ken tucky Irish American The applications Jerry J Kavanagh James Medley Grogan Joe Lenihan Tim Loftns Patrick Flahive were filed and a son large number more were promised Certain members declare they will at but once go to workand that when the St day initiation and celebration place Division 4 will still be found the head of the Hibernian column in Kentucky William Bulger was the if only member reported sick The division elected Messrs John J Derry Prank P and andeRobert Mitchell delegates to the Federa and of Catholic Societies CountqPresident the visitors and in short addresses told of what the other divisions were doing and his the order was progressing through the State They urged all to attend general meeting Monday night and work to secure 500 new members the order before March 17 Timely remarks were also made by Joe McGinn strongly advocated literary exercises andreadings as features for every meeting a AN OLD RESIDENTlabI Col Edward Fuller Lived In tion Louisville POP Sixty five Years call Col Edward Puller who had lived in MLouisvilleth of ninety on Tuesday Col Fuller born in Kluge county Ireland In he married Ann TICatholicj alwaysbeen of refaithdevout member of the Catholic church although he lived with his soninlaw T M Hawee who Isa hhdsterHewasCathedrat all Fuller served in the General Coun on with honor for five years and was to years Superintendent of the Alm House He Chas ajSuperintendent 0CincinnatiCpMINQ SOUTHmnot The Right Rev Bernard McQuaid the venerable Bishop of the Rochester dio advieedtospeadthensao t seetheirtkeoetnere u- a u RIGHT REV WILLIAM GEORGE MCLOSKEY Venerable Bishop of Louisville Diocese e ISt WORK WELL DONE r Debt Paying Association of Sacred Heart Church Disbands Last Sunday morning at both masse- the Rev Patrick Walsh pastor of the SscredHeartric ursjr announcedtothc- ongregation tick e that the Debt Paying Asso elation lied completed the work for which it was organized and was owed a debt of gratitude that the parishioners could only repay by their prayers For three years the collectors had labored zealously and to them he wished to re wayinburden Father Walsh read the annual report which was exceedingly gratifying showing that while the expenditures were quite heavy the receipts I entirelyfreeto thank God for the blessings be stowed upon them during the past year they should remember that while the work of paying the debt had been suc cessfully completed they still bad important duties before them They must now look after the better education possible of the children and the requirements of the future The diocesan other collections during the year were liberal and did credit to the piety zeal of his people who will be ever remembered in the holy sacrifice of the mass There ia not a single member of parish but hopes Father Walsh will soon be given un assistant to help him in arduous duties RUSSIAN JEWS Thousands of Them Pouring Into This Country From Czars Domains immense number of Russian Jew immigrants just now pouring into the country is attracting a good deal of atten on the part of the immigration authorities as well as from the many Jewish philanthropic societies The reran t for reserves In Russia caused a slam pede of all who could get out of thc country in time to escape being sent to This applies particularly to Jews in Russia who have no interest whatever ia the war and who have little fondness for the Czars Government United States is the objective polyf the overwhelming majority of these In the last six weeks or two months they have been pouring in hereby the thousands The rush lest week was particularly On January 8700 immigrants told arrived on January 1675 on January 10 1600 on January 11 1000 January 12 2200 on January 13 800 dayssof of arrivals an largo nnmberare found not be within the regulations as to the con dition of immigrants who may be per to land Hundreds of them while technically within the definition n off whLaveu a have jao mocey and no visible means of rapport This brings them within the Ilikcytei a SERIOUS 1 Illness of B shop McCloskoy Causes Alarui Among Clergy audLaitys tiF 1 One of the Most Distinguished Prelates in the United States He Has Ruled Over This DioceseI For ThirtySeven Years NOW ON THE ROAD TO During the past week there has bee some alarm among the clergy and laity on account of the reported serious illness of the Right Rev William George Me Closkey the venerable Bishop of the diocese of Louisville Bishop McCloskey is now the oldest Bishop in the United States and in the nature of events his death would not be surprising though ii- Ie it hoped be will live many years longer to successfully administer over the affairs of the diocese of Louisville William George McCloskey who has ruled the diocese of Louisville for thirty seven years was born in the city of Brooklyn N Y November 10 1823 At an early age he became a student o Mt St Marys College Emmltsburg Md where he made a most successful course of theology He was ordained i old St Patricks Cathedral at New Von GeorgMcCloskey e e Church of the Nativity he became an assistant priest there for one year In 1857 he became director of the seminary and professor of moral theology in M- St t Marys from whence he had gra noted with high honorstal wtto establishcc Closkey was too unanimous choice of the American Bishops for this position In December 1859 be was made rector the college This noble college flour ished under his administration In 1865 Dr McCloskey visited nearly all the Bishops in the United States and enlist e them in the cause of the American colI lege at Rome His appeals secured itS permanent success At the death of the Right Rev Btaho Lavlalle Dr McCloskey was appointed by the Holy Father Bishop of Louisville He was consecrated May 2JI1868 and during the thirtyoneyers in terveniug has administered the affairs of the diocese with great ability It is not necessary at this time to recount wh Bishop McCloskey has accomplished Suffice it to say his work ranks well with any of the American prelates Prayers have bees offered for the t covery of Bishop McCloskey He loved by Catholics tad those outside the i talholicfotdand it is the eameatwishIof everybody that hes recover his health cOlitattack rf pf1 f THE GOOD INDIAN Bill Introduced In the Indiana Legislature to Commemo rate His Memory Representative Daniel McDonald has iintroduced a bill in the Indiana Legis idreto iipproprfate12po ntcrmt r SDI Indian Catholic chapel and to build aI monument to the Indian Chief Menominee on the banks of the Twin Lakes in Marshall county Ind The Potta wattomle Indians seventyfive years ago IndianaIand Michigan Some of the chiefs sold their lands but Chief Menominee and his 900 people refused to do so These were Catholics and their priest watfFather Petit In September 1838 they were anYd United States Government Father Petit followed them Mr McDonalds plea f eatnyears ago the Legislature appropriated 2500 for a stone to mark the scene of the Pigeon Roost massacree generations side of the character of the American Indian But there was a better side The saying that only dead Indians are good Indians is untrue There we good Indians and the Menomiuees an especially the old chief himself were good Indians I propose that the State now make a similar appropriation to reo store as nearly as possible the little 1 I chapel where the Meuominees worship edee Menomintpeople eeer Petit tI Mr McDonald says that while the enoughkgood people a fitting style people of Northern Indiana and especially Catholics might later aid financially in the erection of the old chapel and the slab Mr McDonald is seventy years of age Plyarauth abodut he early history of Northern Indiana He is not a Catholic a SATOLLI COUNCIL Changes Laws and Reduces fthe Dues For New Members dThe meeting of Satolli Council MondayI evening was perhaps one of themost important that council has had in recent JosephP T and referred to the Investigating Co mittee After the transaction of routine business President Crotty lomeJ ap J pointed the following committees for 1 005ll Chalraraatpi Edward Pope Phil Stuetzel Louis Baker and John Fahey- InveaUgationJoeephLenihan Chairman James Perry and Will McDonoghh Committeeto ofcc Kavaaagb Chairman Harry Colgan William J pCoHBof Prof Carl Hemmersbach Will I McDonogh rJ I House Committee George Zorn ex oCclo dbajfHMBf Harry Colgsa Edward n PerryWilliamIerryKavanaghDelegates to Catholic Federation John J Crotty Jerry J Kavanagh As no action had been taken at the previous meeting on the proposed amen ment to the constitution the matter thoroughly discussed and adopted The amendment provides that the dues for new members received ou and after Jan permodollar and as an incentive to the memo bers to secure new members it further provides that the dues of each old memo ber securing a new one shall also be sixty cents per month this reduction effective from date of reception Into tthe council of the new member The amend merit also provides that as soon as the membership reaches seventyfive the monthly dues of all members shall be theyhavefinancial condition of Satalli CouncilIP steadily improving as the club is now running within its income due to tthe change in headquarters and this amendment was introduced with the idea ofI further increasing the members Satolit is now on equal footing with the otherI two councils and should attract to its ranks those who live in the central part of the city and who have joined other councils principally on account of theII low dues Messrs Harry Colgan and Edwa rdthiPope thought a membership contest Crottyhouoredtains of opposing teams On Colga side tire Prof Carl Hemmersbach J J Kavanagh Will McNally John Coady John Crotty and Will McDonogh while j Popes team comprises James Perry Phil Stuetzel George Zorn Joseph Lenlbad William Perry and George Eady The losing side in the contest will have to stand the expenses of a treat to be given nightWashingtons of bers and the winning side Communications received from Grand SupreSecretaryI proper committees for attention The next meeting takes place Monday night when the two captains will make a showing of strengthstu CONDITION ALARMING Rev Father Gausepohl SulBro fers Severe Attack of Grip r fAl Wednesda y mbrtliu c thonewd tl 1 I Rev William Gausepohl the beloved pastor of St Mary Magdalens church was critically ill of the grip and threatened with pneumonia caused widespread an alarm among the members of his parish and his host of nonCatholic as well as Catholic friends throughout the city Father Gausepohl was in bis usual health Sunday and officiated at the two masses Dud vespers when cold was contracted that quickly developed into grip Tuesday morning his lungs became affected and the attending physician declared conditlou critical symptoms of pneu Everythideg id on Thursday there was a change for t better in his condition Father William as he is best known has for years ministered to the wants ofof Catholics in this city and by his zeal and piety has attained prominence out the diocese Our Catholic fraternal societies especially the Ancient Ord himdamo them his speedy recovery is earnest prayed for a SALOONSed I and Gov Hanly Will Enforce t Nicholson Law More she toStrictly Frank Hanly the new Governor Indiana is a temperance reformer appoints most of the Police Commissioners in the cities of the State and they j must obey his orders The Governor has given orders that the Nicholson law must be enforced This law forbids the selling of intoxicating liquors on Sunday or after 11 oclock at night or before 5dl the oclock in the morning The Police Commissioners in New Albany and Jef fersonvllle are subject to Gov Haply orders Hereafter it is expected that all end s refaloonsbany will be closed on Sundays Those who want drinks must come to Louis ville The scheme of closing the saloons id these two cities across the river has often been tried but the regulations were not enforced l ofHanylaw remains to be seen Beside enforc Governorml hoe recommended that the Nicholson law be amended so as to create local optionI and lUIbylicense fee is also recoMmended aaPROHIBITION IIN KENTUCKY of to jPresidentj on November 8 of 6606 In Texas his vote was 4292 In every county save du- oaeHetcherofJ the famous Blnegrass State the Prohibition candidate received support ranging from 6to 669votuInlj while ial twentynine counties of Texts sot avg wee cast tothlrs- Y xot 0 Y J I R j I IRISH HISTORY1 E1reotIdwasIAlso In America TwoFold Lessons to Bo Gained From Taking It UpHope and Faith Has a Fascination For the Student Not Obtained From Other History FATHER fflKBHNAS GRAND TRIBUTBC The study of Irish history in the schools Isbeingthe Ancient Order of Hibernians and havinga xR McKenna subjectcage hasdeveloped betterknowledge r thorough understanding of the past his rnenlightened view of the present and a more hopeful one of the future It Is a sad fact that a great many of our coun trymen here and the majority of our Irish superficialknowledge try and as a contemporary history can not be truly understood without a knowl edge of the past it is necessary for the student to go back to the beginning and read and study and digest chapter by chapter the whole of Irelands story wonderfuJlyInasmuch as while history in general is students a or and does not require the close 161reasoningou historiesTherenot even Polandsay the Christian a Irelandso tierce an ordeal so dreadful a crucible of itdanycentarleebuc reIfiLi ilaa 1 There is a twofold lesson derived from the study of Irish historyhope and faith hope in the eventual realization of Irish Ireland faith in an allwise Providence When Hugh ONeill and his followers after their manifold strug flytheskies and when the last flicker of hope r seemed about to be extinguished another hand grasped the sword another ONelll countryhielight hope shone bright and radiant Again it grew dim overshadowed by the gloom of Crom burnedherays kindled for awhile when Irish valor Irish manhood and Irish womanhood defended the walls Limerick studyhlesspotent men says the Quarterly Review are loyaltyapeople had Irelandlp R Icism and embraced the teachings of Luther and Henry VIII although it would have averted a great deal of misery bloodshed the after effects would have been most disastrous asheprospects becoming a nation once again True might have been prosperous a hive thefinancialsuppositionwould Tana8odeHesorbed into the British Empire than as a commerciallyppled bestboodproudtoknowledge that her sons suffered and havingplicit thoughoftstill powerful I iher selfreliance reshed by memories of the past by the andtruehadIrelandwould very soon have lost her Indlvid uality then her sentiment and then her morals Irelands strength at the lime Elizabeth was her faith Irelands ia her is unchanged strongestbithvar1ctodaylIt theblandishments combination of the Irish peopleis bound to Ireland isb25tlb8jeijod5ffectshould take these lessons heart By reading the history of thest we gain new strength for the ful of our duties in the future The ourbreaststies are to revive those hopes in i hasoltUmlikehellteTst her dead hopes spring aga fotterbyl aceeuplialt A 4 z QNT1JOKY iRit H IElairlLY7 ROAN HHHYHgHU HHB Hyg g I IA Paper For Your Family = Ie CIe = SEND US YOUR SUBSCRIPTION FOR THE Ie = Ie C KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN I= = Brightest Weekly in the Southwest I lONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Ie ISEND IT TO YOUR FOLKS IN THE OLD COUNTRY 150 PER YEAR Ii S 11iYi1NNYHiYil S7dS NNYiNNNNNIINNNNX S NRNX7lY1N1 Il NS Y1kNNXNAIKi4 SA KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGM I Bcvoted to the Moral sod Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPYt sc Entered at the Louisville Postolllce as SecondClass Mattor c AidutitH CoTimnnlcallonttothe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Orccn Street TRAOES COUNCIL r = LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JANUARY 28t 1905 OUR BISHOP ILL The universal respect in which the Right Rev Bishop McClosk is held by the entire community was evinced during the past week I Catholics and nonCatholics inquired about the condition of the Venerable prelate who is the oldest Bishop in the entire country Bishop McCloskeys career in th v community is entirely creditable to him and those associated with himI People of all creeds and stations recoveriy Thursday his condition was reported much improved yl THE FRENCH MINISTRY The Combes Ministry having fallen M Rouvier is now at the Governmentt as Premier It is too early to make au estimate of the new Ministry or its head but it is not out of pla t to say that the Combes Ministry which has gone out was one of the most infamous in the history France Combes made war on religion and decency At the hea of a Catholic nation he insulted the head of the church He tried to sever the amicable relations which hac existed between the Holy See and the French Government for zoo years This agreement made with Napoleon Bonaparte known a3 the Concordat was violated by Combes and many other things were done by him which shocked the whole diplomatic world It is too early to say what the new Ministry will do but it is a subject of comment in European papers that the relations with the Holy See will be more amicable j and this is one reason for rejoicing c that the Combes Ministry hasII fallen 1 LEGISLATURE WASTING TIME The Legislature was called inI J extraordinary session by Gov Beckham to decide upon a site fo the new Capitol the original sit selected being regarded as not ade quate for a State building I making the call the Governor spec ified that the Legislature could no transact any business outside o that specified in the callthe selec tion of a site for the Capitolr The General Assembly of coursee should carefully consider the mat ter of selecting a site and should give due consideration to the sub y jectt It seems to us however that ten days would have been ample time in which to make the 1 election Instead of getting through in ten days the Legislature is wasting its tune in doing noth jng1 It might be unfair to accuse the members of the Legislature of holding back final consideration of to the tar but it looks like it The Ig laUire should dispose of the- miitterAtonce nd adjourn J 41 Miss Katherine E Conway has been appointed editor of the Boston JeffreyRoche who goes abroad to be United States Consul at Genoa Miss Conway who for many years was associate editor of the Pilotf was born in Rochester N Y For thirty years or more she has been in journalism though she is per IShaps better known by her books Miss Conway has for years been prominent in the Womans Press Club work both in the New England and National organizations i She has taken an active interest the educational work of the Catholic Summer School on Lake plain having been one of its fir lecturers The people of the whole country are with President Roosevelt in hisI efforts to pass a bill through ConII egress to allow the Interstate ComI merce Commission to fix freig rates and enforce its decision- of The opposition of the railroad Pres idents is unwarranted and shout- d fail The Interstate Commerce Commission as now constituted under the law iin powerless to d anything for the shippers and it Iis the duty of Congress to give iit such power as will make its decis ions operative District Attorney Jerome of New York City is trying to suppress vice by newspaper interviews The difference between Jerome and Police Commissioner McAdoo iis that the latter does things without much talk and the former talks and1 does nothing McAdoo has restored i the discipline in the police department and is accomplishing a great deal for the city in this direction If he had a District Attorney to assist him who was fonder off 1 work than newspaper notoriety Mr McAdoo could do moreOf orf revivaleommencing February 12 These efforts of enbrethren generally result Ina lot l iitpermsf nent good is done However these do no harm The efforts to of sincere ento bring about better conditions are to be com mended and Catholics are not dis posed to criticise these earnest efforts The unusual occurrence ofa Mayor of a city asking that his salary be reduced has happened i Dennis Mulvihill of Bridgeport Conn8 city of 82000 inhabitants are says 3000 a year is too much for sehimreduce his pay toaoooccM- ay rMulvihi11 was clecttd by the obthejob te too easy and he wllltshil pay tt u- j cut Mayor Mulvihill is an Irish man J Pierpont Morgan Senator Elkins and Senator Aldrich all nonCatholics have made contribu tions to the Catholic University Washington City recently Mr Morgan gave 10000 and the two Senators 2500 each A The Kentucky Irish American tenders its heartfelt sympathy Edward L Cronk editor of the New Era who Thursday morning sustained the loss of his most eatI mable and worthy wife APPRECIATIVE An Eastern Subscriber Tell How He Regards This Paper The editor of the Kentucky Irish American each week receives letters commending the paper its work and iits policy Most of these letters come from city subscribers The following letter shows how this paper is appreciated abroad and we take the liberty of print ing it It speaks for itself without fur ther comment Naw EAGIK PA Jan 23 1905Ken Kyipost office money order for three dollars 3to pay for my subscription to the Ken showinStse g subscription tionWe all look for the paper each wee as it brings much news from home and surrounding country as well as much fori sign news Wishing the paper future success I remain yours DAVID L SPAINHAUR Member of New Albany A O HL tUOPKINS THEATER- s In the bill for next week at the Hop kins the names of Filson and Errol op randamong actors the legitimate for the fine pickings in th vaudeville stage and they will offer a comedy of one act called A Tip on the- o Derby II It is brimful of life and fun Miss Wynne Winslow a soprano of rare voice is numbered among the other a tractions on the programme TEBEAUISM Dominates American Associ anon and Leaves Poor Local Outlook Tebeauism and syndicate ball gained the upper hand at the American Association meeting in Chicago on Wednesday 1when Joseph OBrien was elected Pres ident to succeed Edward Grillo The passing of Mr Grillo will be deeply re grafted especially in Louisville as be made many friends here by his courageous standagainst Manager Tebeau when that worthy threw Umpire Bausewinea clothes from the club house because of one of the latters decisions In spite of themuch heralded sale of the Kansas City team recently by Tebeau he cast that clubs in his own interests on all ques tions The outlook for spirited games iin the American Association is not encouraging especially locally so it I I that the ball lovers here will theyItsonthat is staying away altogether EUCHRE AND DANCE The Young Ladies Auxiliary of Trinity Council Y M L have iissued Invitations a euchre and dance to be given at their clubhouse 718 East Gray street on Wednesday evening February 1 when many handsome prizes will be awarded The following young ladles compose the reception committee Misses Anna E JosephineHoertz Winnie Spellman Julia Carrsn Emma Huber and Marie Heverin- QENERALMEETINO i i All lntereetedintheinitia 1Uonexpected to be present at the general meeting next Monday night Where are veral propositions pending that concern each of the divisions upon which the j Board de hes an expression from satire membership Plans for the servance of March 17 will also be tub mitt+d atid the netting promlwa to bean interesting bat t I SOCIETY Mta Mrs Edmund Rafferty of Aurora Ill is visiting her father Capt John Howard Misses Lillian and Vivian Doyle left Monday evening for Fort Myers Fla to be gone until April Miss Nell B Lynch who has been visiting her parents at Corydon has re- turnedI to New Albany Misses Katie and Emma Finnegan left Wednesday for Cincinnati where they are visiting Mrs Percy Ruggles Mrs Frank Burke sari children have arrived in Jeffersonville and will spend the winter with the Misses McCann Mrs P J Fitzgerald and daughters and Miss Leola Smith are home from a pleasant visit with friends at Cincinnati William Hagerty a well known South ern railroad man who has been here Nvisiting his sister Mrs John Moriarity left Wednesday for his home in Birming ham Ala Miss Mayme Miller who underwent a successful operation last Saturday at St Josephs Infirmary will soon be able to be removed to her home on West Madi son street Miss Catherine Glenn of South Third atiJosephs Infirmary where she underwe a successful operation last Sunday appendicitis Harry Angermeier has been unusual happy thisjweek JHe is now the proud whot0held at the family home 1927 Baxter aveque Thomas Smith a prominent citizen Earlingtonjwas here this week the guest of Patrick iT Sullivan Twentieth stn Accompanying him were his sonsr Messrs William Smith and Thomas Smith Jr sMiss Mary Etta Burke of St Louis who has been visiting her cousin Miss Tillie Nichol of West Walnut street has returned bomeQMiss Burke was the recipient ofjtnuch social attention during her visit here Mrs Lammers of 1115 New Main street entertained several members the Hibernian Ladles Auxiliary Monday evenlngjin honor of Miss Mary Murray of Covington who has been here on a visit for the past two weeks Miss Frances Missi and Henry Go deker young people well known in New Albany andjvicinity were united in marriage Tuesdaymorriing at Starlight Rev Father Wagner officiating at the nuptial mass and performing the ceremony Miss Virginia Barrett of 838 East Main street is visiting the Misses Foley at beken extensively entertained and with her beauty and charming manner has capti voted the leaders in Oldham county societyNews has reached here that Will Hef fernan a former Louisville boy who for several years has been located in San Francisco took unto himself a charming bride at Cleveland this week and is expected to visit this city on his honeymoon tripe Miss Kathryn Shaythe popular Louisville girl who has been making a great it on the stage has returned to Indianapolis after a brief visit home there to shetis playing Miss Shays many friends are gratified to hear of her success Miss Irene Kennedy one of the best known young girls in the Highlands preparing for a visit to Texas where s will act as bridesmaid at the marriage of a former schoolmate Dame rumor whispers that there is another and greater attraction but more of this later The many friends of Alex will regret to learn that he has been 1 I at his home on Sixth street for ten days past While returning from a business trip to Florida he contracted a severe case of malarial fever but his physician now hopes to have him around shortly Nick Holzer one of Levy Brothers mot popular salesmen undewent a sue 1 csssful operation for the removal of a growth on one of his eyelids which had caused him a great deal of trouble for some time pastt His friends are glad1 to learn that he is able to be among them once more ryEdward Laverty assistant to City Health Officer Allen was forced to leave his desk at the City Hall on Monday on account of illness He was suffering from an attack of grip which was followed by chills and high fever Yester J day there was a marked change for the better in his condition and his friendsi j expect him robe out again next week I Edward iud formerly of this city has secured a very desirable position with a I Nashville printing house and will mak J that city his future home Mr Au recently married Mlle Rosa Fedler r daughter of John Fedler of the Dos ton shoe store Their many friends inI this city wish the young couple happiness and prosperity in their new home The prettiest wedding of the new yearn Washington county was solemnized I Wednesday in Holy Trinity church at when Charles Willett Iled the altar Miss Prudie Nally one of the most lovely girls in that section of the State Rev Father Peter performed the ceremony which was witnessed by a large gathering of friends of the popular young couple of The following bowling party roiledon Haagers alleys lest Monday evening a Idisref May and MaroellaMeagher Katie 1 fr 1 GIVE JUS r YQVR ORDER II OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET KKKXiKxy t i 1 1 t i rvjrvWwrs rrvv ySSoioIoloIoroiololololoIoIoIoS oloiolololo o Lucey Anna Margaret Mamie and Annie Brennan Messrs Dr John T Chawk Frank Burke Frank and Andrew Meagher Richard Ritter Frank Kelly Luceytgentleormans came as a surprise to the many friends them they are being showered with con gratulations The marriage ceremony ofwas performed at St Williams church by the Rev Denis Murphy the attend etsate beingMss Agnes Clasby and Everett Zeirckel One ofj the most enjoyable of t weeks social events was the birthday reception Tuesday evening at the horn of Mr and Mrs J L Strassel in honor of Louis Fosse Jr brother of Mrs Strassel There was present quite a large gathering of friends and well wishers who were royally entertained b the charming hostess Among the ou oftown guests was John Kress manag ofof one of the big Chicago steamship lines A pretty midwinter church wedding took place this week when Dr Lewelly- Durrett and Miss Libbie Patterson were united in marriage by the Rev Dr Ackermann at St Philip Neris church Floyd and Woodbine The bride is one of New Albanys most popular girls and a leader in the younger social set Dr Durrett is a prominent Louisville phy slcian and is a son of the late Dr Dur rett who resided on the Prestonstreet road He is also a nephew of Col R T Durrett of Brook and Chestnut Miss Mamma Shea was agreeably surprised by a number of friends storming her at her home on West Madison street There were most cordially received an after being graciously entertained for few hours were served with refreshments Those present were Misses Mollie Carter Jennie Overton Katherine Mary Coleman Virginia Johnson Messrs Charles Nevitt Edward Gleason Philip Bywater Emmet Slattery George Muench Harry Caldwell Theo Appel and wife and Mrs Cavis and Mrs Maggie Shea The entire police force is greatly Inter ested in the approaching marriage of one of its most popular members The lovely brideelect is head stenographer iin one of the largest manufacturing plants 7d associates who will be pleased to learn her secret Miss Mary denies the soft impeachment but blushes prettily when ever the subject is broached Portland youngnannouncedIn Next Thursday morning at St Mar tins church Frank Gerstle will lead to the altar Miss Elizabeth Schwalk and the wedding will be one of the prettiest of the midwinter season Fred Schweitzer will act as best man and Miss Mamie Doerr will be the maid of honor The ushers are Edward Reiss John Gerstle r Henry Fritsch and John Roberts Fol lowing the ceremony a reception will be held at the home of the brides parents 2316 Logan street After a visit to friends in St Louis the happy couple will go to Wheeling where they will make their future home Miss Lillie May Zorn was the guest of honor at a delightful party given Mon day night at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs J P Zorn The reception room was tastefully decorated with flowers and garlands end the table at which an elegant supper was servedwas brilliant with lights and cut flowers Those present were Lillie May Zorn Martin Kuhn Willie Zorn Mary Fehler Mary Alley Lee Eichstadt Hazel Alley Anita Harbsmeier Robert Huff Meta Herberger Mary Clair Willie Clair Elizabeth Anderson Dorothy Deves Daisy Alley Fred Maier and Edward Maier REORGANIZED U1 I The Utopian Drum and Trumpet Corps has reorganized and elected the following officer- sPre14entThomas OConnell Vice PresidentBen Gerst ManagerDan Schreiber The club has arranged to give a series dances and also several excursions during the comingsummer Announce eat ef the daaoe dates will be made later r rI UOOD WO- RKPrinting FAIR PRICES Kentucky Irish American highestnt MisslyAlthoughng bighthe Preisd P S RAY FOR I County Assessor JEFFERSON COUNTY SUBJECT TO ACTION OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY 19O51 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1905 SQUIRE JOHN M ADAMS FORhCOUNTY ASSESSORSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party I 14 I I I 11 I I I II I I t I I + I I I I I I 11 11 Soner 1 AL SMITH Proprietor mareCarriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice I 700 WEST WALNUT STREET TELEPHONE 810 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J Jw BARRETT IF3ECTORaAND EMBALMER STRBBTgbusinessofMRS JOHN J BARRETT 11 H 1 I 11 1 In II I I 11 1 1 +1 HnJll1M1 I11 1 H1 J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS Crt Purnlsbed Notice OD 1531 W MARKET STREET 1I f I 1 IH1 I II11d1iilMI 1 1 1 I I F oJI DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN 1 Doufliiorto s Keenon- g UNDERTAKERS 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth 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Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 442 w RT d BY C 407 East Jefferson street TELEPHONE 114 Tours to Via U And Queen Route GO ONE WAY RETURN ANOTHER Winter tourist tickets good going via Asheville tbrou land of the sky and beautiful country and re turning via Atlanta and or vice versa are now on sale at low rates The Florida Limited solid train ofI finest Pullman drawing room sleepers and coaches with dining car service en route leaves every morning via Queen Crescent route running through without change to via Southern Chicago and Florida special January 9 of elegant drawing room sleepers cars etc Cincinnati every evening except Sunday running through solid to St via Southern railway with dining car service en route Through Pullman sleepers to Jackson L ville from every via B above trains is made at by trains of Southern railway For Land of the Sky book Winter Homes folder rates schedules or other informs tion address G D Allen A G P A Southern railway St LoRis CJl Hatt d P A Southern railway Louts yule WC P A Q C rowte s Q IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- CHICAGO o ON THE cllK=1 I In an PARLOR DINING CAR E H Agent Ky FRANK I REED General Passenger Agent C H Traffic Manager W H McDOEL Presid and General Manager I FRflNK FEflR BREWING 60 Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE OLD WHISKIES SPECIALTY BLUE GRASS EXCHANGE Louis Wabnitz Proprietors STOlflclallaf HOW guaranteed satisfactory Kentucky WallJTELEPHONE Brook Louisville UQUORS VALS SALOON GREEN t16llflJK K BOTTLED HENRY LAUER SOMETHING NEW Variable Florida southern Railway Crescent sapphire Chattanooga vestibuled Cincinnati Jacksonville Chattanooga railwayThe beginning consisting observation wU11eave Augustine Chattanooga Cincinnati evening ndSavannahFromuisville Lexington KefQlJD RiucarIODG ClncinnU SHE I ELEGANT BACON District Passenger Louisville ROCKWELL DRINK M1 tULEYSMonday Tuesday and Wednesday Nights and Wednesday Matinee Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall Thursday Friday and Saturday Even ings and Saturday Matinee The County Chairman HOPKINSMarket Theater built for comfort and safety Week Commencing Sunday Matinee Jan 29 TWO SHOWS DAILY FILSON ERROLI- n A Tip on the Derby Wynne Winslow singer The Tanakas Oriental magicians Trolley Car Trio in A Merry Chase John A West the musical Brownie Ed Flanagan comedian and the Blograph with moving pictures e3pooicaxt 8pool01I CANFIELD CARLETONI- n a wlerd sketch THE HOODOO BUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY JAN 29 Matinee Bnndiy Mondty Wednesday Saturday fllNERS American Burlestjuers LOTTIE GILSON AND BilLY HART And a magnificent and meritorious mu sical melange of merriment melody and mimicry Dont miss it CBTHOMPSON F ORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jefferson St Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed HENRY A I JJI P1IIA DYER AND CLEANER Ladies and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED phone 1635 528 Fifth Street JOHN GORMAN PROPRIETOR OF Race Course Cafe 3529 Fourth Avenue near P Street FINE WINES LIQUORS CIGARS AND TOBACCO Howe Telephone 4534 REMOVAL Tim Lyons janitor of Hibernian Hall has moved to 622 West Walnut street where those who want to rent or gain admission to the hall can always find him Officers and Secretaries often want to get io their books and hereafter there will be no trouble on this score GOES TO OHIO Thomas Fitzgerald for the past two years the popular General Manager of the Lexington Railway Company resigned his position Tuesday and has gone to Cincinnati where he will be first assistant to Vice President Spencer off the Cincinnati Traction Company at a largely increased salary Manager Fitz gerald had many friends in the BlHegraae ectlOt1Wbowlk him aucoeea iwltia u w field of activity HIBERNIANS f II What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral New Notes There are now fiftyfive divisions in New York county Division 3 has sent out a letter to its members that should bear good fruit There are four divisions of the Ladies Auxiliary in Butte Mont all in splendid conditionThe of Columbus and Hiber nians of Providence are engaged in a close and exciting pool tournament Division 8 the new division organized in Holy Trinity parish eight months ago has made such rapid progress that it is now one of the best in Buffalo The series of Saturday night socials of the Providence Hibernian Rifles were begun in the Knights of Columbus Hall under the most gratifying circumstances They will continue until March 4 The annual reports of Division 6 of Woonsocket show a membership of 187 with a treasury fund of 2450 During the past year this division paid out 800 for sick benefits and funeral expenses A pleasing feature of the joint installa lion of officers by Division 15 and the Ladies Auxiliary of Providence was a turkey supper after which music was furnished and dancing enjoyed until a late hour The Ladies Auxiliary will meet on Wednesday evening and it is expected several applications will be receivedas the members were striving to emulate the example ahowu them by their brother HiberniansRev Slattery will deliver a lec ture in Proctors Theater on February 5 on Ireland the Isle of Saints Illus trated with stereopticon views The proceeds will be devoted to the sick and death benefit fund of Division 4 of New York City New York State has now a member ship of 32000 an increase during the last year of 7800 The progress of the order in New York City has been steady and the material coming into the organization is of such a character as topor tend great good for its future general welfareScranton Hibernians have decided to give up the customary parade on March 17 and instead tax each member fifty cents for a St Patricks day purse for St Patricks Orphanage The decision is one which reflects unstinted credit on the sensible and generous Hibernians of ScrantonA orchestra was a feature of the Installation of officers of Division 5 of Pascoag R I After the ceremonies a sumptuous supper was served and as a result of the remarks of State President John Dillon and State Secretary Mat thews twelve application for membership were received Division 2 meets Friday night when Joe Lynch and John Keaney will make their first report in the contest This I division has a large field to work in and some people would not be surprised to see it push ahead of any of the others It would be well for other contestants to keep their eye on Council Deputy Al Barrett and Con Ford The suggestion of Dr William B Doherty that the meetings of divisions be conducted on the highest intellectual plane with frequent lectures and In structive readings etc thereby elevating the members in their social and moral standing is timely and worthy the most redone consideration The loftier the alms the more certain the success that will follow The most notable meeting held for some time in Providence was held last week when a reception was tendered Mayor McNally After the business of the meeting refreshments were served and then Senator Thomas McKenna presented I his Honor the Mayor with a hand some basket of cut flowers The re cipient responded In thankful terms after which a musical and literary pro gramme was rendered BUCKINGHAM Fisher and Clark will adorn the vaude ville programme next week at the Buckingham Theater when Miners Ameri cans appear there Miss Fisher is a capable and artistic singing soubrette whose charming personality always wins for her a warm spot in the hearts of the audience while Clark is a decidedly unique comedian of eccentric ways MACAULEYS Miss Bertha Galland in Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall supported by a strong company comes to Macauleys for the first half of next week with mati nee Wednesday The County Chair man George Ades comedy of American politics is announced for the latter half of the week MASONIC The Masonic Theater announces for its next attraction James J Corbett and his company in a piece entitled Pals This comedy drama is from the pen of Edmund Day who will be remembered a leading member of the Cummings Stock Campany at the old Masonic Temple Theater HB GOES UP J A ODonnell formerly of New Al bany who has for several years been con nected with the Southern Pacific railroad in Arizona has been promoted to the position of train dispatcher for the divis ion having its headquarters at Tucson WEAR OF S HEBTS When sheets have been in use for some time do not wait for them to begin to split but cut through the center and turn the outer side to the center neatly heal the edges and the sheet will last nearly as long as a new sheet Roister cares should be cut in two aad wade Into pillow eases lot ordinary wean r 0 1- t I Written for heKnhickYJrishAmerlcan and Dedicated to the Editor THE SONG OFTHE GAEL To an Ancient Irish air Sing the old old song the glorious song The lay of the ancient Gael Whose deeds are themes for angels dreams O hail to the ancient Gael The sad complaints of the Isle of Saints Oft made the nations weep Hark The voice of song now loud and long- Awakens the dead from sleep Tis a sad sad song but a glorious song Us a hymn of faith and trust Tis a living song and it wont be long Till the Gael shall rise from the dust Green Isle of the West tho long op pressed Behold the dawn at last The night is oer rule thouonce moreI Come forth in the strength of the past Forget thy wail rejoice 0 Gael As a giant to run bis course The Lord on high who is ever nigh Hath clothed thee with new force The old old song the glorious song The cry of the ancient Gael Tis the promised land where we take our stand The world salutes thee hall Pair Kathleen of Erin queen O Virgin meek but strong Hear each holy hill with rapture thrill Hark Hear the ancient song Tis the song of the Gael the patient Gael Come forth with flag unfurled The echoes roll from pole to pole Tis a song to move the worldI Tis the flag of Erid raise it high in air Burst forth with the old refrain The cross of old and the harp of gold Shall fire thy soulagain Thy martyred dead their blood have shed In glory gone before The Cathedral walls thy sacred halls Shall rise from the green once more The priest aud seer the crnsadier The saint the bard and sage Behold thy rise like stars in the skies To illume a darkpome age The piercing wail of the sorrowing Gael Awakes the world at last Four hundred years her blood and tears Were shed for the glorious past The harp shall ring the Gaels shall sing To praise the Trinity Who gave them power to bide the hour Of final victorytSing the old old song the glorious song The lay of the ancient Gael Whose deeds are themes for angels dreams O bail to the ancient Gaell HARRY B TIKRNKY STOESSEL A JEW Defender of PortArthur Said to Be One oP the He brew Children According to newspaper publications in the Far East Gen Stoessel the defender- of Port Arthur is of Jewish origin The accounts say that about 1830 two brothers Hayyim and Joseph Stoessel settled in Upper Hungary A third brother Abraham Stoessel stayed in the little town of Moravia not far from the famous 1 fortress of Olmutz About 1835 Abra ham wrote to his brothers that he had emigrated to Russia The son of this Abraham Stoessel a goldsmith by trade embraced the Russian Orthodox faith His son the present Gen Stoessel eIered the Russian army Only ouce did the Hungarian branch of tbe Stoessel family receive news from its Russian relatives That was when a very wealthy Budapest physician Dr Szeleny whose former family name was Stoessel died The Stoessel family were called upon to furnish certificates of their being rel atives of the dead physician A part of the Szeleny estate the socalled Szeleny House in Budapest better known as Cafe Emke still forms a bone of conten tion between tbe Jewish family Stoessel and its Russian branch The report is confirmed by Dr Isldpr Singer of New York who went to school at Meseritscb Moravia where he bad as schoolmates two members ot thi Stoessel family PALL PROVED FATAL Rev Father Thomas OReilly tbe Alton priest who fell thirty feet at retbsemanl Abbey last week and was brought to St Josephs Infirmary has since died of his injuries Father I VRellly had been sojourning at Geth emani for several weeks and while coming down the steps from tbe third floor slipped and fell over the ban sterII fracturing his skull breaking an arm and sustaining other injuries Father OReilly was one of the best known priests in Illinois and the news of the sad accident caused a feeling of widespread sorrow throughout his dloI cese His body was taken to Gethsemani where the funeral aid interment tookII placeIBUILDING VIADUCT The Louisville Nashville Railroad Company is building a viaduct over its tracks opposite P street This is an improvement that will be appreciated- as it will enable the workmen to go to the shops as well aa everyone else without crossing between cars and over the tracks proper DANCERS REUNION The Nonpareil Club has turned ove its next date February 1 at the Ne Athletic Club for a dance to be know as the dancers reunion This reunion dance will be entered into by the Non pareil Amigo Baaumarie and Cherokee clubs It promises to be a big success Subscribe for this paper BOW 1 i F IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Robert Corscaden High Sheriff of County Derry is dead Alderman J J Keenan one of the leading Nationalists of Sllgo died on TuesdayA of traveling tinkers have been fined for camping on the roadside at Roscommon It is reported from Glin County Limerick that all classes of fishing on the Shannon this season have been un productive The Very Rev Canon Coyne Boyle was presented with a number of ad dresses on thq occasion of his return from Rome The funeral took place on Monday at Bandon of the late R L Allman who was once member of Parliament for the old borough Some thousands of families along the seaboard of Bantry bay are suffering from acute distress consequent upon the failure of the potato crop John Redmond M P has subscribed J10 to the ODonovan Rossa testimonial and his accompanying letter refers to the deserving nature of the appeal Very Rev John OFlaherty who spent the greater part of his career as Catholic Chaplain to the forces in England has died at his residence in Clonmel Richard J Doherty cashier of the Newry Port and Harbor Trust and brother of the Town Clerk of Newry died suddenly at his residence in Newry A serious fire broke out in Carrickon Shannon as a result of which two large establishments were badly damaged The losses are estimated to amount to 50000 William Warren coast guard at Bally cotton was found dead in his bed re cently He was a young man in the prime of life only thirtyfive years of ageIt is stated that the Congested Dis tricts Board is about to start a sewerage scheme in the Claremorris district to re lieve the distress at present prevailing there A number of well known Belfast citi zens have been summoned for alleged interference with witnesses for the prose cution in a case at the recent Ulster assizesC M P addressing meetings of his constituents in North Cork advised caution and united action on the part of he tenants in negotiations with their landlordsAt inquest held in Bangor on the body of Andrew Wright Belfast who fell dead while playing football at Ban gor the jury found that death was due to heart failure Judge Ross had before him an offer of Congested District Board to purchase the ODonnell estate in Mayo for fifteen and onehalf years purchase The matter was adjourned Purchase negotiations are at a standstill in West Cork as the tenants refuse to give more for their lands than the prices current in the district before the passage of the land actof 1903 Monsignor Murphy rector of the Irish College at Rome presented the Pope with the Peters pence contribution from the diocese of Clongher for which his Holiness expressed deep gratification A sad fatality is reported from Stra bane the victim of which was a domestic servant named Bridget McGlynn who was asphyxiated in her bed room by the poisonous fumes of a bucket of lighted coalAn enthusiastic and representative meeting was held In Dungaunon for the purpose of reorganizing a local branch of the United Irish League Speeches were delivered by P C Doogan M P and John Teggart William OBrien M P has written to the clerk of the Dungarvan Board of Guardians suggesting a conference be tween representatives of the interests concerned as a means of settling the laborers question The Department of Agriculture has promised to take steps to improve the condition of Arklow harbor bar and the Arklow Harbor Commissioners have voted them tbe net revenues of the har bor for the coming year lot this purpose The last reports from Roscommon show the movement of the bog on the De Freyne estate has almost been ar rested Hundreds of men are at work relieving the pressure but the people living in the district are still in a state of great alarm The Buston estate in Galway came before Judge Ross when a representative of the tenants subject to the approval of his fellowtenants agreed to give eighteen and onehalf years purchase of non judicial rents to add a halfyear for arrears and to pay np another halfyear The public funeral of the late Edmund Leamy M P took place at Waterford in the presence of a large gathering of tbe citizens The Irish party was spe cially represented by John Redmond and knumberof his colleagues His Lordship the Most Rev Dr Sheehan Bishopof Waterford presided at the religious cere monies In the Cathedral Subsequently at a public meeting a fund was inaugu rated for the widow and family of the deceased PROCURB YOUR TICKETS Tickets have been placed on sale for The Silver King the great play to be given at St Martins Hall on Sunday night February 12 for the benefit of the Federation of Catholic Societies This Casinorgreatestnwill surpass their former best efforts Reserved seats may be secured at Fow lers drug store and at St Martins rec tory The cause for which the play is given is almost jworthy one and should attract an immense audience U PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE r Brewed from carefully selected bailey and hopsnever permitted to leave die brewery until properly aged TIDLIDPHOXIC 160- V Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson SCs DRINK=Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BREwI1TG COltIPANYINCORPORATED TELEPHONE 4B2 LOUXVxrLB KY ASK FOR eDIERSENSCELEBRATED CREAM BEER w I Telephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN F OERTELBUTC- HERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN IS PRANK 1 WAITBRS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 3090 LOUISVILLE KY SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O IX- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJames Barry Vice President Timothy J Sullivan Recording SecretaryThomas Kee nan Jr Financial 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 President John J Sullivan Recording SecretaryJoe Lvncb Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 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 1846 Lytle StreetLTreasurernlColenlsn SergeantatArmsohn Riley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJobnlIennessyVice Recording Secretary Thos Callahan Financial SecretaryJoe P Mcqlnn 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly Treasurer William J Connelly DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentMichael Kinney PresidentRobert Gleason Vice President Michael Breen Recording Secretary J Bl Murphy Jr Financial SecretaryThomas Gleason TreasurerLouis Constantine MarshalPeter Madden DoorkeeperOwen McCann 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200 Blankets 169 Gray Cotton Blankets 114 size good heavy fleece 69this1 400 Blankets 325Allwool 104 Blankets white or fancy plaids 4lb 25Sale500 Blankets 425Allwool 114 Blankets white with border also plaids 5lbweight usually sold T OC for 5oo now fcpT Z J 600 Blankets 525124 size all Woolwhite or colors 6lbs full weight I 25atI I THE STORE THAT DOES RIGHT i00 0 OM HAVE THE LEAD Hibernian Membership Con test Being Pushed With Vigor Divisicu 1 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians again leads in the contest f new members to be initiated St Patricks dajr having received nineteen j applications Tuesday night making already a class of about fifty But Division 3 is making strenuous efforts an i Martin Sheehan says he alone will overcome this lead before February 6 Despite the extreme weather there was a good attendance at the meeting wheni Daniel Lawler Thomas Burke Frank Carey Edward OConnor Mike Hickey and James Treasy were balloted for and elected The Sick Committee reported Officer Thomas ONeill again able to return to his post and William Curran improving President Barry dispatched the business quickly and an hour was devoted to discussing the coming celebra tion of St Patricks day and the future of the order which was never as bright as now Calls were made upon the National Director State President and others whose remarks caused much good feeling All were urged to attend the general meeting Monday night an secure at least one more candidate for the next meeting Peter Cusick iis certain to win a watch but the prize most desired is the 50 in gold for which there will be a big struggle DIED AT AVOCA Daniel Lydon Amassed a Fortune In the Grocery I Business Daniel Lydou who for the past four years had made Kentucky his home died on Friday of last week at Avoca aged sixtyseven years He was a native of Gathway Ireland but came to this country when a young man and located iin Milwaukee For thirty years he con ducted a wholesale grocery business and amassed a handsome fortune About ten J years ago he retired from business and iin 1900 moved to Kentucky to be nearerII his sister Mrs Edward McDonogb whoII resides on Sixth street Mr Lydon liked the peace and quiet of the country j and therefore made his home at Avoca He was one of those who never forgot his i faith or native land and in the business and social world he was best known for his upright principle and integrity The J funeral took place Sunday the remain being brought here for interment and on Monday morning a solemn mass of requiem was sung by Rev Father Does 1 in the church at Pewee Valley for tbe eternal repose of his soul The deceased t had never married but two sisters and five brothers survive him LEAVES FOR MEXICO Young Henry Kr ft left Thursday night for Mexico to Inspect the immense rub her and sugar plantations in which the Krafts who conduct the Fifthstreet market are largely interested Ienry Kraft and his sons and Edward Kraft invested in rubber and sugar growing lands in Mexico only a few years aKOj 3Young3 month looking after these properties and arranging for their MACKIN COUNCIL Only a few members attended the meeting of Mack n Council this week owing doubtless to the extreme cold weather President Kerberg being absent from theFcity the chair was filled by Ben and there was no attempt to transact any business outside of a routine nature The Wednesday night dances given by the younger members of the council in the big auditoripmare growing In popularity and are now well attended CLAIMING KENTUCKY Bryans plurality in Kentucky in 1900 rrNationalRepubUcans lure tie Bltwgrasa State ia 1908 very theyeorrall tt 1fortst i 1 iSateennow carded cotton always 200 i 7 250 Comforts 2oc Sateen 51plain center figured border full 200sale350 Comforts 300 Extra large size Sateen Comforts 2U yards long and2j 00cotton J BACON SONSALWAYS THINGS managementd tWritten for the Kentucky Itlib American UNDER THE STARS TRIBUTE TO JOHN B SCANWN Under the stars we laid you away And life is all nightdreary and dark Gilded with your memorys bright ray Our love was deaths shining mark Under the stars now gently sleeping orInall the beauty of youths fresh bloom Anti life is all vainsad and weeping elOur heart is with you iu the tomb Under the stars sweet be your rest godyou Are ever lonelywe miss you so KATHIBBN DON LBAVY RECENT DEATHS For Col Matt Winn and family there is felt the deepest sympathy in the deafh of their little infant daughter who died Wednesday afternoon 8sThe remains of Mrs Margaret Lyons wife of the late Michael Lyons arrived1 Wednesday morning from Henry county 1 and the funeral was held from St Johns church Her death occurred at the home of her daughter Mary and was not onex pected Two other daughters Winnie and Sarah survive her Mrs Ellen Dempsey of 1723 Dunce- d street was summoned to her stern alto reward at an early hour Wednesday morning and the sad news caused a feeling of profound sorrow among her many friends She was the widow of the late Patrick Dempsey and was held in high esteem by all who knew her The funeral took place Friday morning from St Pat ricks church The funeral of Michael Haney who died Thursday at the home of his parents Michael and Bridget Haney 269 Camp bell street will take place this morning from St Johns church The deceasedI was twentyeight years old and was em ployed by the United States Foundry Company His death is a great bereave ment to the aged father and mother fo whom there is felt a deep sympathy Mrs Sarah Connor beloved wife ofr John Connor the contractor passedI peacefully away Wednesday at hrr home 2334 Howard street after a long illness and her death is mourned by a wide circle of friends and relatives Her funeral took place yesterday morning fromI St Charles church Father Raffo officiat ing at the solemn mass of requiem Besides her husband several children are left to mourn her death In the death of Mrs Mary Horn last Monday St Augustine church in Jeffer sonville loses another of its oldest and most devout members She was the widow of Thomas Horn and is survivedi by several grown sons and daughters Death was due to a complication of troubles incident to her age Mrs Horn was born in Ireland in 1840 but since her girlhood had lived in Jeffersonville where she was widely known and highly respected Her funeral took place Wednesday morning Rev Father OConnell officiated at the solemn mass of requiem Wednesday morning the Church of Our Lady in Portland was thronged with mourning friends to attend the funeral of Mrs Nellie Gray wife of Dr H W Gray who died Sunday at Chlcora Miss t he was the daughter of James Disney Water street and was a young t woman whose amiable disposition and many virtues endeared her to a wide cir c of friends who were greatly shocked when they learned of her death Mrs Gray was a niece of the lamented Father Disney and a cousin of the Rev Edward Lynch of Henderson leather Coaniff I was the celebrant of the solemn high of requiem and was assisted by ather Rock of the Cathedral and Father Walsh of the Sacred Heart FOUND DEADdWilliam Hurlihy aged thirtyseven years a well known and successful blacksmith of Lexington was found dead In bed Tuesday morning at the home of his slater with whom he re sided When he retired Monday night was in his usual good health and his could scarcely believe the news told he was dead Coroner Mulloy held an inquest in the afternoon when a a verdict of death from heart disease web ronghtin i6 1 b1tfJRry J n- aS I NARROW ESCAPE Motorman Daniel Hallihai Badly Hurt In Street Car Accident Daniel Hallihan a motorman on the Bank street line had a miraculous escape from death in a collision between two cars at Twentysixth and Bank streets last Friday night His car was proceed inK west and when it reached the point mentioned a car just ahead came to a stop Hallihan saw the danger and at once threw the switch which tailed to turn off the current and the two cars came together with a crash The unfor tunate motorman was pinioned between the ears and seriously cut and bruised and for several days his life was despaired of He was at once removed from the wreck to his home at 2541 Bank street where he was attended by Dr William B Doherty thirtythree stitches being required in sewing the cuts Yesterday he was reported restiug easy with chances in favor of his recovery Hallihan has been in the employ of the Louisville Railway Company for about fifteen years and has been one of the most careful motormen in its service 1The car which he was operating was sent the repair shop the night before and it is reasonable to suppose that it was nOt in proper condition when sent out TRINITY COUNCIL Elects Six Delegates to Fed eratlon For the Ensu Inn Year Trinity Council Y M I met Monday night in regular session any elected six delegates to the Federation of Catholic Societies who will serve during the pres rent year They are Messrs James B Kelly Eugene J Cooney Joseph Piazza- r Robert Goebel Richard Hill and Will lam Hillerich After some informal discussion it was decided to at once begin work for the annual picnic and upon motion Presi dent Cooney appointed a committee to make the preliminary arrangements The annual outing of Trinity has come to be one of the seasons events most looked fQr by the young people of the eastern section of the city and this year it is hoped that a handsome sum will be realized and added to the building fund The members were keenly disappointed when they learned that John M Hen nessy William Rueff and Albert Metzger were still on the sick list The other business being routine the council adjourned at an early hour and for awhile after enjoyed the reading room and a number of games of billiards CATHOLIC CLUB OFFICERS The Catholic Club members assembled last Monday evening and after the regn lar monthly dinner elected the following officersPresidentP H Callahan Vice PresidentJames J Hines Secretary Newton G RogersII Treasurer Frank A Geher Three Directors will be elected at th February meeting During the evening there was an interesting discussion of Catholic subjects which will be continued at the next meeting LADIES ARE READY The Hibernian Ladies Auxiliary have every arrangement perfected for their euchre and dance to be given at Sehrei bers Hall on Monday night February 6 and a most enjoyable eveuing awaits all who attend A large sale of tickets hasI been reported and handsome prizes willI be awarded The ladies will be assisted committees from each of the tear 4 ivisions and they therefore look for a- very successful affair NEW OFFICE DrH J Couchman the dentist has opened an office in the Bacon building 551 Fourth avenue having removed from Fourth and Avery where he was for merly1octedDrCouchmaa is making success in his chosen professionsendd will HO doubt receive a large patronage Ufa new quarters ti 0 r n d BE SURE TO CALL FORJ McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PUREi iH McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky = a GEHER A SON 217 Market St near Second OUR GREAT 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