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I 1L1NIJ i IIIIII KENTUCKY IRISH AMERIcAN I VOLUME XVNO 20LOUISVILLEy SATURDAY DECEMBER 23 1905 PRICE FIVE CENTS 1 CHRISTMAS a WhatIt Means and Why the Day Is Annually Cele brated I h Story of the Birth of the Savi o at Bethlehem Centur ies Ago Customs of Pious Catholics On This Great Feast of i Feasts CELEBBATIOI WILL BE ELAIORTE E Monday will be Christmas the ann versary of the day when Jesus Christ the second person of the Blessed Trinity was born in a stable at Bethlehem w wrapped in swaddling clothes and laidI Ina manger Why To save you andI me and all mankind The birth of the t Savior was the first great act in His pia for the redemption of mankind To Catholics the world over the story is nott new Yet it seems they never tire ofr hearing it- Prom the fall of our first parents andl 1their banishment from the Garden ofr Eden this Savior this Messiah had beenI promised We read how His coming had been looked for through all the ages The Jewish prophets from time imme mortal had predicted His birth but whe He the second person of the triune God did come upon earth He came not i splendor as befitting a king but as th poorest of the poor In Hts omnipotence He might have come as a man but He preferred to come as a little child H took on the flesh of mortals as they do He subjected himself to the human itlsI and deprivations that all mortals areI subjected to for the purpose of making tis love Him all the more Sacred history tells us that osepbI the foster father and Mary the blessed mother of our Savior bad come to Bethlehem to be enrolled in a cenras then being taken by the Roman Governor Many others from neighboring townstt and provinces had come for the samejj purpose When Joseph and Mary ap plied at the inn there was no room fortt them so they went to spend the night in a cave used as a stable for oxen andI uses It was in this miserable abode that the Savior was born about midnight The shepherds watching their flocks in the fields near by were startled by the appearance of a great light and fell for ward on their faces But their fears were allayed by the voice of an angel who said to themIIFear not for behold I bring you tidings of great joy Then he told them that the Savior of mankind had been born in a stable and they heard a multitude of angels singing Glory be to God on high and on earth peace to men of good will These poor untutored tenders of sheep hastened to adore the new born infant This in brief is the story of Christmas It is from Him that we have learned the lesson of giving on Christmas day He taught us to make sacrifices fpr others when He put on the flesh of mankind for our redemption Christmas isa day of unusual joy and merrymaking all over the civilized world but good Catholics attend to their religious duties first on that morning before entering upon the mere human ccle bration of the feast It is customery in pious families for the parents and all the children who have made their first corn- stnnnion to receive the sacrament of the Eucharist on that day Christmas is the only day in the year on which a priest is allowed to celebrate three masses It is hardly necessary to state that they never neglect to embrace the privilege and it is likewise customary for pious Catholics to attend three masses if possible The feast in Louisville will be as elab orately celebrated as usual The musical programmes will also be elaborate in many churches save where the Gregor lan chant has taken the place of the more modern style of composition As a rulet the first mass will be celebrated at fi oclock and in churches where there are three or more priests like the Cathedral StPatricks St Louis Bertrands St Anthonys St Martins arid St Boni faces masses will follow in rapid se quence from 5 oclock until nearly nooniiogep ieet succeedingJapotMer at the aitrOccasionally one will find ihree masses in progress at the same timeCC The lladles of the v n uscongregaC 11obsAre making great efforte year to tastefully arrange the decorations in thelr churches jCedar hunches of holly and evergreens potted plants ancfpalwsfj k will be itdJa tbesfVtiCOfatiqnsl fIn nearly every church will be found ilile statue of the Savior lying in a manger In oher churches lp teake t1e seem more realistic a stable will be shown with Mary and Joseph nd the she herd t In bHef 1 ltUe s Jbejng lefUrf done to make the forthcoming Christmas I ia Louisville a day of spiritual rejoicing and thanksgiving I SPECIAL MEETING I Mackin Council Y M T held a spe r daVtseetiag oa Sunday afternoon for the purpose of receiving the report of medical examiners and committees wh were considering recent applicants who were to be initiated on Tuesday flight u t tt X t I In the absence of the regular officers Corresponding Secretary Frank Lanahan called the meeting to order and was fim mediately elected to preside over the session Although wielding the gavel was new to him Chairman Lanah conducted the business admirably ere showed that he was possessed of remarkable executive ability During the meet tug eleven applications were passed upon favorably rFAITHFULNESS Rewarded by Retirement of Nestor of Louisville Newspaper Men I Full of year and honor Raymond Ljrncb the nestor of Louisville news pope men has been retired on half pay by the CourierJournal a paper that he I has served faithfully and well for many years He lias a record to be proud of seventy year in harnessand is still1 hale and vigorous His employers be lieve that he has been a faithful servan and is entitled to a rest sRaymond Lynch was born in Louis ville eightyone years ago When he was only eleven years old he began toI sell and carry new the old Louis tntelHngence brought bl notice of hisI employers whow l I the office where he learnedera trade After serving his t tea journeyman printer a eman of- r 1When tier wereallconsolidated under tb Courier Journal Mr Lynch w e paper as proofreader a posits d until ann unbroken record of sevei with allnanein theworld Kind and affable though is gieto talking about his career the the occasion seizes him he caa t teresting reminiscences of Iocs in days ofauld lang sync He owns his own house at 24 Chestnut street and while not waft he has enough to keep the wolf from the door In his old age too he has the comforting companionship of his children Raymond B Lynch of the Ken I tucky Irish American composing roomc force George J Lynch Mrs Corbin I Key and Miss Florence Lynch Besides t these he has five interesting grandchil t dren to climb his knee and listen t stories of the days when Louisville was 4 I village and grandpa was a boy The retirement of Mr Lynch on halfE pay is quite an innovation in Louisville and shows that the management of the l CourierJournal appreciates faithful serve ices No one has ever been more popular with local newspaper men than Judge j Lynch as he is familiarly called by his j 5 associates j f NIGHT WORKERS I Of Boston Celebrate First Anniversary or Mission For Their Benefit The first anniversary of the establish meet oLa mission for night workers in of Boston was recently celebrated in the jin chapel of the Immaculate Conception More than 00 per cent of these night jttierecent celebration the Rev lather P J in Lyons celebrated high mass while a choir made cp of men from the various newspaper offices sang Leonards IIUnibj on Mass The sermon was preached by the Rev Father FrancisXDotana Since the establishment of this mission for night workers the services have always been well attended Former many newspaper men had to miss mass j altogether on Sundays or else lose several hours sleep Now they attend mass which is celebrated for them each Sun day about 2 oclock a m i INSTALLATION BALLeI Will Follow the Obligation of Trinitys New Ofll ricers 1 I Tdnlty Council net Monday night wltKva splendid attendance Short but interesting talks were made by Messrs jpha Ji Sullivan Sr and Jr Thomas JcGarvey Edward Kelty Dr Frank S Clark John Cunniffe Joseph Bell Edward Bosler Louis Kempf Albert F Martin arid President Eugene J ooneyI Owing 16 the fact that ChristmasI will fall on Monday It was decided toI mee f ol1Juesdy igblof pextweek- audit decided to hold the installation of officers on the night ofI Tuesday January 2 instead of New Years1 night originally planned willpefred cud evening will close with 4 andnstaljationbalh Only members I and their friends will be Invited- CONVALESCENT P Miss Alice Weber bf 2027 West iMarket streettwbo submitted to a pain fuj surgical operation at St Anthonys Hospital leaf week isimptovngi rapidly I oIhope to see her at home early next I monthu I 1 rS4 i j ii PARAMOUNT I ofrtGreat Britain Is Home Rule Majority of New Cabinet Favor Liberal Measures Toward Ireland Irish Parliamentary Party I United In Its Demand for Relief Measures THE ATTITUDE OF LORD DUIBAVEII perat mount question before the people i England Scotland and Wales just as itI is before the Irish people themselves The new Cabinet formed by Sir Henry CampbellBannerman will only standI until the next general election when inI all probability the individual members s will be reappointed The new is an out and out home ruler and the majority of his Ministers favor the same policy John Morley Herbert Glabstone David Lloyd George and John Burns are in favor of home rule for Ireland at the earliest possible moment The Earl of Aberdeen who is fo be Lord Lieuten ant of Ireland this long been in favor of better conditions for the people of that country and so has James Bryce the new Chief Secretary for Ireland OnI the other hand Herbert Henry Asquith the new Chancellor of the Exchequer is not an ardent home ruler if he really favors that policy at all The new Premier was born on September 7 1836 He is the youngest son of Sir James Campbell of Stracatbro Far larsbire Scotland a wealthy merchant i if Glasgow He was Lord Provost of Glasgow at the time when the Prince of Wales now King Edward VII was born and was one of several Lords Pip vost knighted in honor of the Princes birth Sir Henrys mother was the daughter of Henry Bannerman a prosperous t merchant of Manchester Thus the new Prime Minister has both the blood of England and Scotland in his 1 veins Years ago an uncle his mothers brother died and left his fortune to Sir I Henry with the proviso that he also adopt his name hence the hyphenated publIc 1868 and since that time has represented Stirling in the House of Commons In 1871 he became a member of the admin istration under Premier Gladstone as Financial Secretary to the War Office From that time to the present he has held office in each succeeding Cabinet even while Lord Rosebery who now op poses his home rule policy was Prime Minister Lord Rosebery said of him at that time I wish I had a dozen Camp bellBanuermans in my Cabinet James Bryce the new Chief Secretary for Ireland who will have much to do with arranging the policy of the new i Ministry toward Ireland is a home ruler thejwo 1 laced type Bryce was born Ira of Scottish parents sixty five i and is as pronounced in favor Tult as is the Premier or x JHe represents a Scotch Lheld prominent places the bluet in 1886 and 1902= Along a statesman of ability Bryce adent and scholar and lt lies from many colleges and un i Nearly twenty years he book The American Common tor which hewas given an honor by the Michigan University prk which was published be ame a home ruler Bryce gal icatlon that be was imatet i in politics Y It is a f nclnsion that the iuia of j iijifta will return the Liberal pertand that the Hon John E R H KJU have at least eighty Irish ll B back him It I is likewise cJB9ft the Irish Par j llamentary party will hold the balance of power and that It will not permit any I legislation for England until Irelands necessities have been attended to I Apropos of the brighter outlook for J Ireland the fact hould not be lost sight of that Lord Dunraven has had a good share In bringing the conditions of the Irish people beforethe more conservative of Britishers In arecent article in one of the London Conservative dailies he denounced the rottenness of the system of Castle rule for Irelandand declares I that the present government of Ireland iis the most extravagapt In the world In apart of the article Lord Dunraven declares If Irelands ownwarclcareeds not checked she will Become a burden a pauper in receipt of utdoor relief for the amount of taxation derived from her will not cover the administrative expenses Lord Dunraven does riot advocate the disruption of the union between Eng thisTo a remedy must be foundfand noon I- claim that the remedy lime in a revolu tioa in the system of landitenurij and in reform in the system of government in largestImoutcompatii j able with the union and the supremacy I of ParliamentIn Lord Dnnraven is not a home ruler but his attitude indicate that he will not oppoSe that measure if a majority of Parliament favors It Only one thing is certain that is that the Irish Parliamentary party will b nnited when the time for action comes campalgrrforMonday night He refrained from tionlng home rule but confined mere protectionthat the Unionists are hopelessly split RAPIDLYeI Social and Supper For the Benefit of SK Georges Church Owing to the hard work and popularity of the Rev Father George A Weiss the congregation of St George is growing yearsna much larger church is needed St Georges church iis located at Eight eenth and Standard avenue in that sec tion of the city known aa Marydale The neighborhood is rapidly building np and week by week net Catholic families are making their hom there thernew church that yrllt soon be necessary the members of the congregation have arranged to give a midwinter social andsupper on Wednesday and Thursday evenings December 27 and 29i The affair will be held in St Georges school ban Eighteenth aid Magnolia avenues and the doors will be opened each after noon at 4 oclock Admission to theII ball will be freer but tickets good for supper will be sold for twentyfive cents RECENT DEATHStI t The funeral of Michael L Horn a prominent citizen of Jeffersonville took place from the family residence 701 Broadway at 830 oclock Monday morn 1 ing and from St Augustines churcht half I an hour later It was largely attended by his friends andacquaintances Bessie the eight yearold daughter of Charles T and Annie Nagle died at the family residence 1730 Preston street on Monday morning The deceased was a bright and lovable child add her parents are sorely grieved The funeral took placet frbnTSt PmttiachBcca on Wednes day morningrMrs Julia Gleason an old and respected resident of Jefferson county died at her home on the Riverroad on Sunday evening The deceased was seventy foul years old and was the widow of John Gleason Her funeral took place from the Church of the Blessed Sacrament on Wednesday morning The funeral of WinrHfred Tivnanj the daughter of Mr and Mrs Peter Tivnan of 1523 Payne street took place from St Aloysius church on Tuesday morning Many friends have extended condolences to the griefstricken parents The de ceased was sixteen years old and quite popular in the East End i The funeral of Earl Renfro who died at St Josephs Infirmary Sunday follow lug an operatttm for appendicitis took place from St Charles Borromeos church on Tuesday morning He was the four teenyearold son of Deputy Sheriff Wal lace Renfro and a nephew of Detective Martin Donahue The deceased was a exceptionally bright boy and bis parents have the sympathy vE many friends in their bereavement Miss Johanna Abeam diedat her resi dence 1207 Churchill street on Monday night after several weeks illness of diabetes The deceased was born in Ireland about fifty year ago but had resided in this city many years andwas highly respected She iis survived by her niece Mrs Mary Morris and two nephews Michael and Garrett Maloney funeral took place from St Will church on Wednesday morning 1 The remains of Miss Mary Ann Cronin who died at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital on Saturday night were con Teyed to the home of Michael Finegan Ninth and Kentucky streets where they reposed until the funeral took place from St Michaels church OB Monday 1 morning The deceased was a moat eYJtunable young lady and had been tyr years a great friend of the late Mrs Finecgan Her many frienda showed their respect for her memory by attending the t funeral rites- William t McGuire aged thlrtynine years died at the house of his mother Mrs Celia McGuire 935 Dnmesnll street on Sunday night He had been suffer ing from heart disease and his death was not unexpected For many years the deceased had been employed by the Louisville Nashville railroad as afire man His mother two sisters and a brother Thomas McGuire an L N Thefuneraltookplace on Tuesday morning Mrs Elizabeth Heanesay died sud denly at the home of her nephew JobnI H Hennesey 729 Oldham street oa Thursday morn g Death resulted from I a hemorrhage wl ile she was seated in a chair The dsed was the widow ofI Timothy Henn ay who died at Wake I field Ky a veaagOj since which timei Mrs Hennewy If ad made her home with her nephew Daring her effort life in I Louisville she made many friends who sincerely regret ker d thhefuneral took place froth St Louis Bertrands I church yesterday morning i r SINN FEIN Enthusiasts Held National Con andeOtttlhro Policy Oppose foadluiIrlshiaea to the BtltiBtt Parliament as Act ef Servility A Resolution Adopted Declare Irlelra Free Pfcepto la EVery Sense HIT ClIBQfttV m DBLEGATN- Uorc S than one Hundred delegates at tended the recent convention of the National Council of the Sing Fein or Stand Alone policy which was held in the Rotunda itr Dublin The der atogates who constituted the membership of this convention believe that Ireland can gain nothing by sending men to the British Paellament Ibstead they favor the Kbssutu or Hungarian idea That is to1 send representatives to Dublin or another y city In Ireland where they can meet and enact certain legislative measure independent of the Government of Great Britain How wise or unwise this c qJ1estionlwas held and was attended represent ative men from every county in Ireland Not few indeed were the clergy whoE were present and who took part in all 1 the deliberations The various sessions t of the convention werepresidedoverby Edward Martyn Ptesident of the National Council i In assuming the the chair President Martyn said tberer weremany things to be considered both a to the aimsofithe 1 National Council and as to the means mostefficient in carrying outthose alms He told how the Nitlontl Councilwas called into being duricttie summerof 1903ion the occasion of King Edwards visit to Ireland Owing to the prompt action of the National Council be was refused an address by tbeCorporetion Dublin the first time since the invasion of Ireland by Henry mia the twelth century that the people of Dublim bad to thus welcome an English monarchThomas Martin of London reviewed Irish history from the union with Great Britain in 1800 until the present time He said the result has shown that the whole profit has accrued to Great Britain To send representatives Parliament in London he said was an utter waste of energy and capital The objectof the convention said he was to make a new representatives we must impress on every voternot to vote at Parliamentary elections or to subscribe to the upkeep ofa party In the English House of Common as that indorses the act of union in the very essential part of Itla an admission of the right of the British Government to rule Ireland Arthur Griffith editor of the United Irishman was the next speaker He proposed as the policy of the National Council the following National selfdevelopment through the recognition of the duties of citizenship on the part of the Individual and by the aid and support ofaU movements originating from within Ireland instinct with national tradition and not looking outside Ireland for the accomplishment of their aims After a discussion of the policies to be pursued which lasted from 11 O until 630 oclock it urns decided to establish an Executive Council of twentyfive members resident fa Dnficity and i county four in Cork row ia Antrim I two In each of the ether conaties in Ireland I and ten resident ia Great Britain 1 The members of tltia Executive Council will direct the practical working of the Sinn Fein policy The next national convention will asset during the summer months I At the pablic meeting which followed the national convention at night the Rotunda was thronged John Sweet Chairman of the Meath Council offered the following motion That the people of Ireland are a free people and that no law made without their authority and consent is or can I ever be binding on their conscience That the General Council of County Councils present the nucleus of ana tional authority and we urge upon it to extend the scope of its deliberations and action to take within its purview every question of national Interest and to formulate lines of procedure for the nationThe Rev Father Harpur of Wexford speechIleIrishman to exorcise the evil spirit of bigotry from the land He said he respected ab man who did not respect IllsJJ religion and follow its teachings and he J respected no man who hatanother churchIsup port the resolution was adopted by a cheersThezemblystandlng and singing A Nation Once Again t ABILITY 8ECOWJIZED Joseph II Ryan division freight agent I of the B O S Wr railroad has been HT r elected Chairman of the l Freight Association Mr Ryan native of Louisville and has been beeVV railroad business since boyhood ability In railroad matters has long Isn IsI recognized and his new office is an adI ditional testimonial to his kuowledge of railroad affairs Mr Ryan is as we I known socially as he is ia railroad circle- and is also a prominent member of lb Knights of Columbus APPRECIATION or HlbcpnlanDonlltlonShown by the lewlah Relief- CommitteeI Messrs Thomas Dolan Thomas Walsh David OConnell and William M Higgins who constituted the special com Anceosresolutions t I of sympathy with the persecuted Jews iin Russia and to present a check for 25 to the local Relief Committee present the resolutions and money to Nathan F Block treasurer of the committee on Saturday afternoon Mr Block asked the members of the visiting committee convey his thanks to the members o Division 1 and later the Rev H G Endow pastor of the congregation Adath Israel who is Chairman of the local relief committee sent the following corn munication to the office of the Kentucky Irish American Gentlemen In the name of the committee on the Russian sufferers fund I beg to acknowledge your contribution J i of25 Permit me to express at the sameII time the committees appreciation of the I kindly spirit exhibited In the resolutions c adopted by your body The cause ofIhumanity is one All good men should t be as one in the fight against tyranny and persecution wherever they may occur and in the succor of the victims of inhumanity Our committee is certainly t gratified to have received the assurance of your friendliness and neighborly sympathy Expressing to you and your 1 organization our profound gratitude andii respect I am yours sincerely iIIi ALWAYS IRISH t John lR Walsh the Embarrassed j Danker True to His Country I 1 John R Walsh the dominant spirit in the three great Chicago financial institu bona that were compelled to close down Monday was born in Ireland and hasI always been proud of it In all his suc t cesses he has remained Irish to the core i and true Irishmen everywhere hope that embarrassment is only of a temporary naturecMr Walsh is now aixtg eight years old l He came from Ireland to Chicago with his parents in 1847 At a very early age i and with the bare rudiments of an educa lion to back him he began to earn his own living doing chores in a book andJ stationary store At the age of twenty four he embarked in the stationery and I news dealing business on his own account He made money from the start Later be consolidated with the American News Company calling the new corpora I tion the Western News Company Histbusiness continued to grow andjwlthln a comparatively short time he had amassed 1 a fortune In 1881 he was I elected atDirector of the National Bank of Illinois and a little later founded the Chicago National Bank one of the institutions now embarrassed In 1882 Mr Walsh I purchased a controlling interest in thetI Chicago Herald which helate disposed t of Some year later he founded thec Chicago Chronicle and has been its con trolling spirit during the past nine yearsII Of late years he became J much intercc ested in railroads and mines audit ia tartars to realize promptly ou these latter investments that has caused the recent failure It is generally believed thatII Mr Walsh will come out ofJthe trouble with flying color- sMACKIN COUNCIL I Conferred the Three Degrees on Class of Nineteen- Candidates Mackin Councils Y MImetTea day night andaftef transacting only the simplest routine matters laid everything initiatorydegreesPresident William Kerberg presided and as usual the degree team did splendid work in exemplifying the new ritual During the initiation Prof Falisi of St Marys College presided at the organ I and his music added Impresslveuess to the beautifu1ceremonres The various committees arranging for t the joint meeting of the three Louisville councils which is to be held at Mackin club house on the second Tuesday in January reported favorable progress Members of Trinity and Satolll will be well entertained on that occasion MADE MONSIGNOR The Right Rev Father John H Oechtering Vicar General of the diocese of Port Wayne has received a Papal I brief announcing that he has been made MpnrII who visited his Holiness last summer ll- l 8JOINTI i t t Installation of Officers and Re IIunion of Hibernians Is sg sPIRnriede L ProperTlme to Discuss the Protposed Permanent Home and Hall i ntereftting Meeting of Division 3 Where Good Measures Are Urged RICE SPREAD TO BE PROVIDED edThe movement toward holding a union theAncientthejointgrowing in favor There is little doubt fthat theCountybe Itisorator will be called on to address the Hiber meetingNeither at this union meeting to Introduce the project for a permanent hall and home for the order in this city The prelimlnarydiscussion 11 of this matter occurred at the last meetiei ing of Divslon 4 Thanks to the memoGbers of that division the movement re ceived a favorable impetus and to them urJtingthatup a joint meetingIt fourdivisionsbernians will be counted What better chance could there be for laying the homebeforehisideasgeneralideacan obtained Once started properly there can be no doubt of success and there is nothing that the Hibernians need worse than a permanent hallS It costs the order now approximately 500 per annum for a hall that is tiresome to reach Climbing three flights o stairs afWa hard days work keeps many people away With their own hall in a central location the Hibernians would save 500 j a year to begin with Blocks of stock could be soldto the members In greater z or less amounts and with ajJHttle busi 1 nesslike hustling It would trot be long M before the proposed hall couldjbe a real ity Several prominent members of the order have given the matter serious thought and will no doubtjbe able to n meet ugQPresident Welsh presided at the meet ing of Division 3 Monday night and expressed his pleasure at the size of the attendance James Bench and Charles were reported still Jon the sick test All bills and sick claims outstand ing were allowed Squire Patrick T SulIivanJunder the head of good of the orderurged a study booyInmight be made In those laws If possible He said it would be well for the members to give this question special attention and study now and thus be prepared- to maintain the changes that may be recommended by the Kentucky State Board Mr Sullivan said he thought a friendly debate now and then would in- erest the members and help to make them more familiar with the laws of the orderJames Ryan wanted to know why more men did not become members of the order He also suggested I tbat the laws be so amended that the meetings could be made Interesting to young men as well as old That would Jbe the ways he said to have a large attendance at every meetingJames Coleman toldjjhow necessary a permanent hall was to the success of the order and spoke of the spirit of friendli ness and brotherly love that should actuate Hibernians He made a strong o argument for a joint installation of officers and a reunion of members In conclusion the speaker advised that a spread be provided for the occasion and on his motion Devision 3 v ted25 for refreshments at the proposed reunion Like Mr Sullivan he also urged a study of the constltutionjln order that some ofIits features might be revised John Hennessy urged members to keep their promises to be regular in attendance County President Quinn compllmen the Sick Committee on itsgoodw and argued for a full compliance wit the laws of the order James McCue in reply to a charge that certain sick claims had not been al wassproperlywould be protected and his claims al lowed when due Wasdiscussedunanimously Before the meeting closed thedivisioncent ia debt B FATtiER ROCK BETTER It will be welcome news to many lU JRockat the Cathedral rectory by an attack of IboabletQ II jc i fiafefiSfer Jkijiisf A w r TTZICY JRISH AMS r Alt f 1 7 KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGftN IIIIIIXNIINXXINIXM ZcrotaA te tfce Moral end Sociall Advajicetneai ef all Irlsb America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS IUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY ic hred at the loNlivllt PostoMIc a SecoHdClissiUtter iUittiall ConnnnHlcalloBitothe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN3Z6 West dreca Sired LOUISVILLE KYot SATURDAY DECEMBER 23 1905 IRISH POLITICAL PARTIES In the political campaign now r J going on in Ireland there are six separate and distinct parties though the Nationalists bedded by Hon John E Redmond are largely in thetheparty led by William OBrien who is opposedtp Redmond oncertain lines but who is likewise a stanch Nationalist Lord Dunravens party ot the party of devolution the Land Reform party led by T W i Russell the old Conservative and Unionist party and the Indepen dent Orange party led by Sloane As a matter of course John Red r mond will receive the support of the East South and West and will be returned with eightysix mem bers to back him Only in Ulster does chaos reign and it is there t fightintfor supremacy will be between Russell the Radi caland land reformer and Sloane who depends upon the Inde pendent Orangemen and labor people The more these smaller par ties are split up the letter it will be for Redmond and the Irish Parlia mentary party- LICENSE LAW KNOCKED OUT Tlie Kentucky Court of Appeal has shown another instance of wisl door and probity in declaripg tht license system of taxation in the city of Louisville unconstitutional and void This is what the Ken ucky Irish American has con ten ed all along and there was scarcely a doubt among the leading t members of the bar that the licenses ordinance would be declared uncon stitutional In this great republic of ours it is the aim to hhve taxa tion as nearly uniform as possible Unfortunately there are instances where the system of taxation has been so arranged as to militate against the poor in favor of the rich against the owner of the cot tage in favor of the man who owns stocks and bonds against the small merchant in favor of the trust It was one of these laws that the Court of Appeals has just declared void The sense of the opinion can z be gained from the following c r excerptBy the ordinance in question it will be observed that a sliding scale is made to merchants and manufac turers and that the tax decreases with the amount of sales or manu factured products In other words the merchant or manufacturer of w small means is made to pay a tax at a higher rate than the merchant ot manufacturer of larger means t Tne Constitution allows no such discrimination The rich and the poor must be taxed alike There can not be one rate for the large merchant and a different rate for a 4 poor neighbor That covers the whole case in a t nutshell The result of the decision is that Louisville must return to the ad valorem system for another year at least As a matter of course those in whose favor the license ordinance was drawn will try again In declaring the license ordinance unconstitutional the law inder which it was passed was not declared A new ordinance may be passed but its provisions must conform to the decision of the Court of Appeals It is to be hoped however that the members of the General Council of Louis ville will respect the rights of then voters who elected them not striving to make the rich richer rind the poor poorerThe law just de clared unconstitutional provided tbtlhe hualemerchant who did n iooo or lees wortH of bualne fi in Cr- n a year should pay a license tax of 5 while the man who did from 1000 to 200001only 350 per thrl fttyvo f scale dinilnishe until It provider that if the sales exceeded 25oocx the license fee should not excee d 100 Any one can See how unjus such a law was It was passed and projected not for the purpose of raising funds for the city govern merit but to drive the poorer class of merchants out of business to destroy competition for the wealth merchants and manufacturer The old ad valorem system is good enough But let the law be en forced Make the rich pay dollar for dollar on his holdings as the poor man has to do The rid frequently evade taxation or let iit run for years and then secure ia compromise The poor man must pay the taxes on his home regularl if he wants to keep it Let the old tax system prevail and let the law be enforced That will satisf the people and will raise sufficien revenue for the citys needs The ad valorem system is the only uniform method of taxation Although it appears that the appointment of a Postmaster for Louisville has been held up unti after the holidays it is almost cer tain that the reappcintment of Dr Thomas H Baker is assured During his two terms iQoftice Dr Baker has made an ideal Post master and his services have beet appreciated by the Louisville people who have to use the Unites States mails He has been atten tive and accommodating If he has as some charge been aggres ive in politics it has never inter fered with the conduct of the busi ness of the office He has givet the position his time and attention If one good turn deserves another certainly Dr Bakers two excellen terms deserve another Persons who have to use tht street cars on Seventh and Broo1 streets are returning mental vote of thanks to President Minary of the Louisville Railway Company who has announced that the pres ent cars will be speedily replaced with cars that are more commodious and comfortable Thursday was the shortest day in the year From now until June 21 the days will continue to grow longer though the change is sc gradual as to be almost imper ceptibleI RATIONAL SABBATH Archbishop Moeller Believes InlInnocent and Health ful Amusements t r His Grace Archbishop Moeller of Cincinnati was recently interviewed by the representative of a Cincinnati daily newspaper concerning his idea of what con stitutes a rational Sabbath His reply was broad in every sense There was no subterfuge His Grace said in part The principal point to consider in discussing the question of the observance of Sunday is to avoid extremes Many go too far one way or the other Then should at all times be moderation and an exercise of that faculty which the Americans call common sense If a man gives to God what He asksin other words attends the Divine service and fulfill the obligations imposed by the Al mightys decreethen I can see no rea son why he should not be permitted to employ the remainder the day in such a manner as to provide for himself some Innocent and healthy recreation If the plays are good I do not think a visit to the theater is contrary to the spirit of the Sabbath And if the public parks are thrown open and band music provided as is the case In Cincinnati I think the people have a right to enjoy themselvn sundarlmaytectare nakea for the betterment of mankind IslI 1Ini 1 I for a moment eounteaaacefl either a wide pea town or a wide opea SabbathIu I L SOCIETY Ti Miss Cordelia Haager will visit friend in Florida after the holidays James Shelley a student at George town University is home fat the Christ mas holidays Miss Mary Reiger entertained her euchre club at her home in Portland on Monday afternoon Miss Maua Kerin6tii- is Skylight Ky the guest of Mr and Mrs James Ker lin 1917 Fourth avenue Miss Margaret Bering of Nineteenth and Broadway who has been visiting it Virginia has returned home Miss Alice Kehl or 1030 East Wash ington street entertained at euchre this week jn honor of Mrs Blanche Gilpin MIisjMarcellaFord who isxattendfa K school jil Nazareth Academy is spending the holidays with her father Michael J Ford Miss Edith Malone who has been at tending scbooUnManhartlinvnie JN Y t is home to spend theIholldajswith her parents Dr Farris Allen who was confined to his bed in St Anthonys Hospital several weekq fr9mu attackiefgrlp IB able tc be out againr At Miss Dome Burns the accomplished musician entertained a number of her friends at her home on Frankfort avenue Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Richard Ritter of West Jefferson street entertained this past week in honor of Mr Peter Meagher of Solomon Kansas Miss Genevieve Hackett has returned from the Ursuline Academy in Ohio tc spend the Christmas holidays with her family in this Miss Alice cityItending college at Lexington Ky hat arrived at her hdme 2607 West Main street to spend the holidays E B Moore of Memphis who is ei route home from a visit to his mother at Fulton Ky will be the guest of friend in this city until after the holidays Miss Hannah Muldoon has gone to Danville N Y to spend the Christmas holidays with her sister Miss Anita Mul doon who is resting there for the winter J Egerton Hagan who is a student at the University of Virginia has returnee to this city to spend the holidays with his parents Mr and Mrs Frank Hagan Thomas Burkholder a former member of Mackin Council now holding are sponsible position in Chicago will arrive home today to spend the holidays with his parents Bernard OBrien who is completing his studies at the Rose Polytechnic col lege is spending the holidays with hit parents Mr and Mrs C R OBrien 1830 Brook street Miss Carrie Snead and Fred Seng will be united in the bonds of matrimonyat St Cecilias church on Wednesday De cember 27 Both bride and groom die popular lu the West End Loren Heath who spent ten days visit lug his parents at 1411 West Market street has returned to his post on the battleship Iowa He watt nnadea recipient of many social attentions during his stay hereVincent B Smith the general fore man of the press room for the Bradley rGilbert Company is wearing a pleasant smile this week Santa Claus visited his home last Saturday and brought him a newboy Mr and Mrs Charles Bent gave a reception and birthday party Tuesday at their home 2608 West Jefferson street in honor of the tenth birthday of their niece Marion Dunigan A score of her little friends were in attendance Mrs John Norton Stevenson formerly Miss Kathleen Kerrigan and well known about the Falls cities ala talented amateur actress has come to new Albany from her borne in Chicago to spend the holidays with friend and rela tives The marriageoff Miss Mary Elizabeth Cunningham of Vine Grove and Thad dens A Peake of this city took place at the Cathedral rectory on Thursday afternoon Only the immediate relatives of he contracting parties witnesedthe cere uony The Rev Father P M J Rock tied the knot that binds Mrs Peake is he daughter of John W Cunningham a annex of Vine Grove and is the niece of the Rev Father J W Cunningham dSt Louis The late President of the VellsFargo Express Company Johp J Valentine was also her node The room iIt a son of R B Peake of New Haven and removed to Louisville a few ears ago He is at present connected rith the Provident Savings Insurance tompanyi local office COL WINN HOME Col Matt J Wiaa President of the American Turf Association has returned from New York where he went for a brief period of rest and recreation Dur- Ing his trip East he stopped at Pittsbnrg to attend the funeral cf Capt S S Brown Thus far he has no idea as to hat racing dates will be given the ouisvllle Jockey Club at the spring meeting CORPORAL TOM DUNN The Board of Public Safety has pro loted Patrolman Tom Dunn to the peel tiou ot Corporal made vacant by the promotion of Corporal Ira nutrhtDJo a ergeantcy CorporalDnanhasinadean leal 9iI1adit alas a friend of newspaper men He has that facult which many policemen lack since he knows a news item when he encounter it He also knows when and where to divulge the information be possesses If coming events cast their shadows before the new Board of Public Safety will do well since up to the present all its appointments and promotions have beet excellent CHRISTMAS How and Where Some of Our ProminentI CitizensI Will Spend It Mayor Paul BarthAt home with hit boys and thinking of better things for Louisville TaX Receiver ShelleyWill spend the day at home with his brothers sisters nephews and nieces John Duffy Very quietly at home E J MannWill have plenty to dt amusing his babies RogerMcGrathWill have plenty tc keep him1 occupied at home Charles L Crush WilU pass up tbi Atlas Coal Companys black diamonds for one dflV tomakejtfileasantfor the human gems he has at home State Revenue Agent Augustus Bizo and Pr Alpbbnse BizotWill eat i11 Christmas dinner with their parents in New Albany Andrew Meagher Showing his cousin Peter Meagher of Solomon Kas the beauties of Louisville Dr JohnT ChawkA while al church a while at homeadrive a little business and then possibly a social call James A Sexton of the No8 Engini I CompanyHas a diamond ring to de liver to a sweet girl but will be so busy guarding lives and property that he wil sacrifice pleasure to duty Thomas D Claire Five oclock mass breakfast and the rest of the day with his Irish papers and books F Ben HorstmanAt his place of business entertaining his many friends Val LesterWill close his place as usual on Christmas and will remain at home with his happy family Ben Scbieman Will refrain from selling hats to be home with the children and a twelve foot Christmas tree He will also make it pleasant for all his friends who call Henry A J PulsThe only day in the year when he is not prepared to dye Alderman William J OHearn A home until noon after early mass a ride behind his thoroughbred in the afternoon and a visit to one of his several sweethearts at night DrsIamesT and Alex Windell Wil celebrate the day by opening their quarters in a new and modernly equippec building on Jefferson street berweet Seventh and Eighth John F Sullivan manager of the Pall City Meat Market Will eat turkey at his own home with his wife and chit drenPeter M OReilly Early mass and thenhonle for the day with his wife am children t Granville T Rider of the Scanlon Jones Coal CompanyWondering when business will be slack Peter M Andriot Seeing that his chil dren and grandchildren are happy and wondering if his business will wag on ai usual next year James Greene At home with his wife and children and thanking heaven that his patrons never feel blue Dr HI Couchman the well knoAt dentistExpects to be feeling down it the month after all the Christmas candy is consumedJ the jewelerWatching out for the new business he will in Andrew Edinger Trying to make his Sour better than ever and to see that his cakes are not all dough John L Riehm Wishing that life was one sweet song for the whole world with a Montenegro Riehm piano to accom pany it and his own organ to sound their praisesJames Sowders Fishing for business and roasting lobsters Frank A Geher Trying to extend his business to a wider range Hubbuch Bros Framing up to do a larger business than eve- rCuscsdeuE2pecting to catch the cream of trade Mrs Co B Thompson Will bud forth with a new stock of flowers John M Mnlloy the coffee manIs glad he is holding his own grounds and has his business down to a T Joseph P McGinn of the Scanlon Jones Coal Company Planning for the new Hibernian hall Dan P Haager Will try and spare the time to strike out for his Christmas din ner William Repetto Recalling the Christ mas holiday of sunny Italy and expati ding on the superior merit of Italian voicesCharles Boehler tonsorial artist par excellence Figuring his profits on the years business Henry A Kraft Will remain quietly it home trying to figure out how to make both ends meat next year Barney Campbell Amusing his grand children and considering ways and means for improving the Kentucky wall plaster which while not forced to the wall he lies to see up against it Charles Websemberger Wants a good Christmas dinner and prefers Bacon to inytbing else Jacob Hoertz Will spend the day as he always does with his family on Floyd tree where be never omits to have a Christmas tree for his children and grandchildren and where he is always the biggest happiest child of them all John H Coleman of the Sid Platt oWishing he could collar tad tie very man in Louisville William F Mayer Desiring to put the whole world to sleep in his handsome bed John J Norton of the Norton Coffee ompanycNot knocking but roasting offee for his friends Set M for sour job printing Neat w rkaad reasonable pncw I l J ew Tem tations FOR CHRISTMASI fI J 1 t li READ EMa I 1 ApyyP t i Ladies Solid Gold Signet Rings Beauties 175 Crosses and Long Neck ChainsY 269 Chatelaine Watches With Pin All Colors f 400 J Ladies Solid Gold Watches SjntfUiesiMade Wwit VM17OOM I v sviVVi WJ1 t AT Great Assortment of Swell qpmbs Toilet Sets h and Everything iin ihe JeweliW Line T I l cJ r 9i- q 4 1 t1III U V VUMfi PHONE MAIN 1607 f iatltt+ f WX J 530 W Markett J BRUNN IOldGold and Silver Bought or Taken in Exchange for New Goods 1 SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Bach 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 Ropers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 i Meets on the First and Third Monday eveniug8f Each Month 1 PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice President Patrick J Welch Recording Secretary John Morris FinancialSecretaryDaniel J Dough ertyTreasurerD Coleman SentinelPatrick Begley SergeantatArwsJohn Rilev DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording Secretary Thos Callahan Financial Secretary Joe P McGinn 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly- TreasurerWilliam J Connelly DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at pfaua Hall County President Michael Kinney PresidentRobert Gleason Vice PresidentMichael Breen Recording Secretary J B Murphy Jr Financial SecretaryThomas Gleason TreasurerLouis Constantine MarshalPeter Madden DoorkeeperOwen McCann Banner CarrierLawrence Ford Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings tiM1 9us- e530TwentysixthW PresidentWilliam Ker First Vice President W nessy Second Vice President ads Recording Secretary ltorgan Financial Secretary Lautz- anahanCorresponding Secretfl Treasurer Joseph St MarshatIohn Kenn- Inside SentinelJob- Outside Sentinel P larkey SATOLLI COT Meets Every Moods 3K at Club- Rooms Sixth aa ridge President John j4 First Vice Prf illiam J OConnor a Second Vice PJS J Kava JFinancial McDon ogb 1212 Sixth St Recording Sects Lenihan Corresponding JFabey yo1oIarshatGCOI Inside Sentinel Kelly Outside SentliitJ 1J Boldrlck OIve your boys an education that will prepare them lorllfe ST XAVIER COLLEGE 1 12 W BroadwayLouisville Ky Conducted by the Xaverian Brothers Classical Scientific and ImsIneiS Coarse Preparatory De partment l areR Swlmml1gPoot Wen Equipped Gymnasium Terms Moderate Bro James Dir NEW DANde SERIES IMackin Social Club held a special meeting Sunday afternoon and decided- to inaugurate a new series of its popular lances to begin on Monday January Committees on music printing invita ions etc Were appointed LITTLE ONES REMEMBERED r I The ladies of the Cathedral congrega ton who condpct St Helens kinder garten had Christmas tree for their lit le charges OB Thursday Every child who attended the kindergarten received present from the tree none of the I many soft materials is more attractive or better suited to full ilaltings andtucks than the radium silk low generally used IB gowns II I 1 1- a I q a 530 W Mar et ++i1NN+4+t B i MEMBER0 I 11 i THAT THE BEST PLACE IN THE CITY TO BUY JtnNITUftiI i It I f I tffM FLLMAVERI 419 W MARKET STREET t th1j4 47 ii1i+11HI Ii1114iH 1111 II 1 1 I 1 i y JuI 111 11 H 11 HI fOUR BEST EFFORTS ARE DIRECTED TO BE RECOGNIZED AS Louisvilles Carpet Store Every floor is teeming with stocks that tip the acme of excel tense Our exhibition of OARPETSx2E RUGS 1 1Is without a peer Selection quality and prices alike tire strong champions for your fa- vorHUBBUCH BROSt 624 626 and 628 West Market Street 1 II1 IIM1 1 iHIHHMI I IM1 i InlIt1 1 1 I+n HMMI mim1 1 i IMHHMHt I I 1 I I J 000 0000000 4p PP17ATlUlilMo I Labels Redeemed for Toys and X Handsome Presents 1 416 W Jefferson Street near Fourth 1MMMH1 J 1 1 1 J I 1 H 1 J 1 I I 11 I JHIoJ 1 I I4I11l IJ HI 1 I I I I I +11 1 1 1 I 1 IHIGH2 2 I IIMPORTERS OF FINE TEAS t Office Warerooms and Mills 347 W Main H I N HIJuH 1 I J JI J I I1II1 J III J IiI11 I ifiI1FI I I I 1 I iIII 1 1 III IIII1 I J1II+itXt1 I IJi11ll- I OUICKMEAL STEEL RANGES BAKE wcu- w5rc WELL tAITWEU QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES Best In Th World Awarded first prize at the St Louis Worlds Fair GEHER SON 217 Market ST sear Second STRAIGHT CREEK COAL r Pleases the Hard to Please SCANLONzJONESCOAL CO 9 Incorporated Yards 9th and Kentucky 7th and Magnoliaa1st and P Sts Frankfort Ave and L N R R BOorS PUQlNSS iOeY 1 j 1 r I f 6- r i p Y I rx7ruosY XRI8H RICAN INSURE YOUR LIFE NOW IN THE Catholic Knights of America r This is the safest and cheapest insurance society in the United States and has a special reserve fund of nearly 800000 pvery Catholic man should protect his wife and children by carrying policy in this old organizationtAn examination of its rates will Convince you of Its superiority over r all others Remember that life is uncertain and delays dangerous Ivsure now while you can and protect your loved ones Theredesired Information will be furnished by officers and members or by the CENTRAL COMMITTEE po l NEWTONG ROGERS President 1 JOHN J SCORE Secretary j dHH HU tH U ran W Smiths S0n At SMITH Proprietor i r Funeral J Director and EnMjmer i l Carriages Furnished lorAH Occasions on Short Notice 809 W7 JEFFERSON STREETe tr f r JTELEPHONEr8lO t rCUMBERLAND123 juJu BARRETTFUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 EAST 7uTTIN STREET With 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 L V MMHIH 11 1 I I 1 1 I n I H I I 1 I I I U H I HH I H THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer t TELEPHONE 365 I jrft Alkali promptly attended to day or night Car J J 4 U iI irageir furnished for ill occaiiotw ci J I 1225 W MARKET ST J t4It1tfI I +H I H H oJoH +1 I I I I I I I I I I I I H I I I I I I I I I I I I I H a 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 6 DANIEL Furnished Occasions All or 66 4i+ TVT T7TTTTT TT1 r- TJE I I I I I 111 I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I 1 I I I I 1 1 I I I 1 I I I 1 I it TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH 363 I TRACY STRAUB10 FUNERAL DIRECTORS EMBALMERS STREETSbortiiiii1IhHIII I tIt 1111 tI 1 I I I I I I t 1 I I I 11 H I11- f F+ +4++ 1 TIKE WINES Q A AGJrE81 Ali KOliDr Ii LIQUORS i 345 West Green Street j NS I i HERRMANN BROS aLTSPOR1RS1 fFINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers In Finest Brands of Ken Pt tacky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street WINES UQUDRSCIGARS M VALS SALOONVAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch every merging free 930 to 1230 oclock 44g VV GREEN BT OO TO- PionRerBottling HouseH FO- RSTRAIGHTe1 WHISKIESrr- YI0 JUG AT DOOR J P DANJt 1131 WEST IKOABWAY ttsar UilesC r T l J DOUGHERTY Funeral Director and Ernbalmer Both Phones 2998 Carriages All Calls Answered Promptly Day Night 1231 W Market St BetM2th and 13th tt t PHONES AND FF H FN CIGAR IN Latest winter styles are now on sale Our prices are within reach ot all MANHATTAN RESTAURANTA- ND LUNCHCOUNTER OPEN DAY AND NKJH- fS04 WYJefferjstrnStre t OTTO E VENT Proprietor Hoes Phone 4715 Cumb 1130 JJ60NNOR BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR =DEALER pr LUMBER SASH DOORS BLINDS LATHS SHINGLES AND ALL KINDS OFlUMBER 21252127 Tweatyiutk Street r HOMX PEOXJD tau HIBERNIANS f What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes The Ladies Auxiliary has had a splendid yearboth from a business and social standpoint All the local divisions have good treas tides and not one has made an appesl of any kind to the pubtlcIA great deal of interest is in evidence over the proposed union meeting antf joint installation of officers J With a dramatic club on the tapis the Ladies Auxiliary is certainly planning forgreat social features next year Division 2 has had a most successful yearr President Con Fosd nays his men wiii make still greater progress during 1906 At Baltimore the members of Division lO gave a mtnstrelpedonnance recently for the ben fi tf Stbrldgettparo ial scilbol Itis suggested that as soon as the new Cointy Board Iis organized consideration beglven to the appropriate observance o dayDivision next Tuesday night whets all members should be present Several important matters will be pre sented for final action Members of the order should include in their New Years resolution a firm purpose to attend more of the social sea signs of the Ladies Auxiliary During the past year Division 4 has made a substantial increase in member ship Its members are bustlers and lead ers in enterprising movements Dr P W McLoughlin has presented Division 14 of Mhtineagul Mass with a ballot box and gavel He is an ardent worker in the cause of Hibernianism At Brainerd Minn the division In structed the Entertainment Committee to confer with the Ladles Auxiliary relative to a joint installation of officers The officers and members of Division 1 have reasnn to feel proud of their work during the year 1905 The annual reports show a gain both in membership and financesThe members of Division 22 of Rox bury Mass are hard at work in an effort to restore it to its former position as one of the strongest divisions in the New England States- Seventyfive new members were initiated at the last meeting of Division 4 of Minneapolis Besides the large class initiated there was a record breaking at tendance of oldmembers i Division 4 of Syracuse has set oq foot movement to organize a Saratoga Club among all the divisions in the county The purpose of the club is to show a large representation of Syracuse mem bers at the national convention next JulyDivision 4 expects a large attendance Wednesday night It will be the last meeting of the old year and the last meeting at which the present officers will preside The final reports of the fiscal officers will be readand a special com mittee has a suprise instore for the whole division EXPERIENCED Men Chosen as Officers of Branch 25 For ifinsu- In Year Officers for the ensuing year were elected at the last meeting of Branch 25 C K of A They are Spiritual DirectorVery Rev Father Lawrence Bar- PresidentWilliam T Meeban First Vice President Frank De Leuil Second Vice PresidentHenry Wrock ledge Recording Secretary Michael F Hill Financial Secretary E J Mann Treasurer Charles J Desse Sergeant08tArmsSytvest r Miller Inside Sentinel Martin Naughton Trustee for long term Thomas Hill The election for delegate and alternate to the State convention was deferred In definitely Messrs WilHamT Meehan Henry Wrockledge and Thomas J Llew ellen were appointed a committee to audit the books of the Secretaries and Treasurer Joseph L Coenen who removed from Louisville to Orange county Cal some time ago was allowed a transfer to Branch 397 at Los Angeles EMPHATIC The Hon William O Bradley former Governor of Kentucky has denied in most emphatic language that be is or will be a candidate for the Republican nomination for Congress from this district The only thing strange about ills denial is that be caused it to be published- In an Ohio rather than a Kentucky jour nal Among other things Bradley says I am not and will not under any circumstances be a candidate for Con gress I do not desire to have a seat in Congress I did not run against Owens nor was I ever defeated for the nomina tion to Congress or any other nomina tion THOMAS GARRYS WELCOME Thomas Garry the grocer at the north west corner of Nineteenth and Bank atreetsandWbD ifI likewise greatly In terested ia baseball Iis picking up very good talent for his amateur club for next season Mrj Garry loves the sport for sports sake and has each year one of the beet amateur clubs in the city Thus far he has signed so many good men that be bids fair to make George Tebeaua play ere look like selling platers On Christ mas and during the holidays he will be layhisgoodsabdtalkbaaeball Four Telephones twelve Wagons and Horses this means Cuscaden Delivers Ice Cream quick nI u U LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS 544 Fourth Avenue Painless Extraction Examination Free II Lady in attendance Established 12 years Honest prices good work and a reliable place All work guaranteed ten years Office open every night until 8 oclock Sundays 8 a m to 1 p m LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS 544 4th Ave In Avenue TheatrV Building KATIE AGNES SMITH Formerly of Gran W Smiths Sons LAfjhltfB fbMBRl Washing and dressing ladles and chil shroudamadetoanswered promptly day or night Home phone 1677 Office 652 Fifth Street PflfR M ANn IOI ON WAGONN MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST OREEN ST CJe SCHNEIDERDEALER Hams BaconPork Lard Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET IFifth and Green Streets TELEPHONE 2244 AMUSEMENTS A great big attraction will bold the boards at the Buckingham Theatre dun ing Christmas week A superb company of entertainers will present two amusing musical burlesques and eight high grade specialty acts The costumes are new and gorgeous the mush lightand catchy and the electrical effects will be spectacu lar in the extreme l The Chaperons a sparkling musical comedy will be the attraction at the Masonic Theatre next week beginning with a Christmas matinee It will be presented with a company of fifty peo pie elaborate scenic effects and gorgeous costumes Although tiThe Chaperons is three seasons old it continues to enjoy its original popularity liThe Rose of Alhambra a new and tuneful comic opera will be presented at Macauleys Theatre during the first half of next week beginning with a Christmas matinee on Monday afternoon During the latter half of the week The Little Gray Lady one of the seasons comedy successes will bold the boards Both attractions will doubtless play to good houses Hopkins Theater will present one of the best vaudeville bills of the season during Christmas week Many of the performers are old favoiitesiu Louisville Franz Ebert and company will be the headliners Other good acts will include the Vernon troupe OBrien and Buckley Al Carleton Susie Fisher the Rooney Slater Don and Mae Gordon and new kinOdrome pictures Matinees will be given dally as usual r t COUNTY BOAR DIALLED President Thomas Quinniias called a meetingof the County Board A O H for next Friday night As this will be the last meeting of the year a fullat tendance is desired It is probable that at this meeting the date for the joint in stallation of the officers of the four divIs- ions will be set ELECT NEXT MONTH The annual ofofficers of the Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies will be held at the regular meet lag in January While the Federation movement locxlly has had nothing re cently before it to arouse interest the January meeting will doubtless be well attendedand a splendid set of officers chosen SUFFERED SEYERIt SPRAIN Emil Blzot formerly of this city now manager for Dupree the tails at Mem phis Tenn sprained hia back la falling last week and in consequence will not be able to take part in the family Christmas reunion in New Albany this year His brother Augustus J Bizot has returned from visiting him at Memphis and re ports him much Improved providerrliveswill be found in good circumstances I suchdphavs Istbe object 4t the Catholic Knights of America Why not join this great order t NewOrILAntlioayMatreItHIsKo1 I t g FIRST HALF Shows Kentucky Irish Amer- Ican Team Leading the Bowling beaguct The Falls City Bowling League has just ended the first half of its season with the Kentucky Irish American team still in the lead by a safe margin and the Loevenhart and FerpclifTe teams fighting for second honors The other teams are all closely bunched and the winning or llosing ofa couple of games would make a considerable change in the standing The Falls City League is now considered the strongest in the State its members being repeatedly asked to lend their assistance to clubs comprising the Com mtrdal and the Central Bowling Leagues and it IIB safe to bet that the visiting teams to the National Bowling Tonrnai meet which will open at the Armory on St Patricks day will find worthy com petitorsin this successful local league The follptfinEt fi thepfficial standing to date W L PO Kentucky Irish American 38 10 791 Loevenbart 29 16 644 Ferncliffe 1 24 18 671 Ji M Robinson Norton22 23 488 John C Lewis 21 24I 466 458VestHenryLKobler12 36 250 COMPLETED Are the Decorations and Ren ovation of St Mary Mag dalens Church St Mary Magdalens church on Brook street between College and Breckin ridge has been repainted and renovated interiorly and when the devout members of the congregation assemble for first mass on Christmas morning a scene of beauty will break upon their vision The walls and ceiling of the body of the church have been done in bright colors supplemented with symbolic paintings depicting events in the old and new law The ribs of the ceiling have been gilded and the ceiling in the sanctuary is painted an azure blue The pews have all been revarnisbed the altars varnished and regilded the organ repainted in bright colors and the communion railing revarnished and gilded The statues have also been brightened andregilded and new carpets have been laid in the sanctuaryWhat pleases the pastor the Rev Father William Gausepohl most is that all the improvements have been paid for The musses on Christmas day will be at 530 730 and 10 oclock The first and last will be high masse- sDRAMATIC CLUB Planned Os an Adjunct to the Ladles Auxiliary of HscIi Notwithsianding the exceeding in clemency pT the weather the meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary A O H Wednesday night was well attended Miss Ella OConnell the pew County President installed the new officers The attending ceremonies were quite impressive Arising vote of thanks was tendered the retiring officers for their efforts in behalf of the ociety during the past yearPreliminary arrangements were made for organizing a dramatic club among the members and it is expected that members of the A O H will cooperate with the ladles in this movement At the next meeting which will be held on January 3 definite steps will be taken toward the organization of the cluband the ladies wish as many as possible of young Hibernians who possess histrionic talent to meet with them on that night MISS KIELY ELECTED The Young Ladies Auxiliary of Trin organizstipnthathas elected the following officers for the ensuing year President Miss Mayme Kiely Vice President Miss Winnie Spellman Financial Secretary Miss Emma Huber Treasurer Miss Mary Lawler Recording Secretary Miss Anna Riester Corresponding Secretary Miss Julia Curran Marshal Miss Lillie Hite Miss Kieleys reelection as President was not only1 gratifying to her friends but is also an act of appreciation the bard and faithful work she has done in behalf of the organization WATSON A WINNER James H Watson the well known typographer has no opposition as a can didate for Recording Secretary of the Louisville Federation of Labor If all the member and officers were like Jimmy there would be fewer strikes and less friction between employer and employe Attentive accommodating affable and energetic a friend of the right and not afraid to speak his mind when necessary James H Watson will snake an ideal Secretary or an ideal Pres Ideal The Louisville Federation of La bor might have gone farther and fared worseSecretary Watson kas set much type for the Kentucky Irish American and for the office be has its hearty support OILLEM OETS PLACe Thomas Gillem a well known citizen of the East End has been appointed Supervisor of catch basins by the Roan hasslongbeentilleries Company but has also been em ployed by the city in former years He has the ability and experience to make good in his new position CuScadanS Pure Ice Cream for Weddings and Parties Both Phones 518 t JAMES SOWDERS 151 153 West Jefferson Street Fish and Oysters IBOTH PHONe 2800+ + t t t unn FRaNK FEfiR BREWING 60it IICOOKPORATBID ti Brewers and Bottlers= LOUISVILLE K- YDRINK g Hofbfau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SINN Fx ACKERMANB1- 2EwZNG CQJMFANY XNOORPORA ED TELEPHONE 4B2 LOIIISYiLLID KY PABST BEERi ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley rand hopsnever permitted to leave tB brewery until properly aged t j rELEPI ONE U3BO Louisville Branch Fourteenth and Jefferson Sts I Cumb Phone Main 1913 THIS Home Phone 191aI WIEDEMANN t BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deus r Managers Louisville Ky ASS FOR DIERSENSFINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN F OKRTELBOTC- HERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN xc FRANK WALTERS Clay=5treet Brewery 1 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone aopa LOUISVILLE K 1 HoW many blocks are here Some times 7 sometimes only 6 Its a wob bly proposition The number changes wblle you look You might argue till the cows come home without proving that there are six and not seven or seven and not six But one thing you may be sure of and that is this every dollar you spend for DIAMOND WALL PLASTER is well spent This preparation is frost proof and the coldest weather cannot affect it Kentucky Wall Piaster Go- locorporctcd TELEPHONE 2207- Inik irtRiw Lulsvllli Ky Also operating the Hoorier Wall Planter Jefferebnviire Indi Telephone 66I 4IItt t l CB THOMPSON 3 ORIST F ROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W1sflenaaSf- Both Telephones 1050 anasatisfaction HENRY AAIJJ PPOLSU DYER AND CLEANER Ladles AHarllWORK Phone sofa 528 Fiftk Street Old and Rare Whiskies a BLUEGRISS ilLOUIS WABNITZ CO Pripriitirs 339 FIFTH STREET u 1 s G 9 Srf y 5 ii- 1U- I HCIyNXUOKY IRl81I HIOAN l THE BIG STORE i MakesChrisimask Shopping a Pleasure The Man Boy or Child L APPRECIATES A PURCHASE MADE AT I THE BIG STORE 442 to 434 WiltIMarket St MILTON M MAP BLESTONE I THE HOUSE THAT PLATT BUILT Everything Uptodate In MENS FURNISHINGS Shirts to Order and Wedding Outfits Specialties i N SID PLATT CO Fourth Our and I iJonNH COLEMAN President DICK SHANLBY Secretary p Why Not Get a Good Piano- Cheap While You CanI- fyou wish to present a Piano to anyone for a Christmas gift you aan buy today and have it delivered any time you wish A band aS some scarf and modern stool with each piano Bargains in uped goods Bros Piano practically new 250 Kurtzmann Piano and Angelu Piano Player 350 Kurtzm ann Piano and Pianola 32 Kingsbury Piano in good condition 11 MONTENEGRO= RIEUM MUSIC COe OB0130 FOURTH AVENUE 8Ct tMei t- e me Gilds Rogers BOOK 60E1 t PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES ITO SUIT EVERY TASTE m Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the Xfinest of their kind in the city W BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES IOF EVERY DESCRIPTION X34 VtT Jefferson street t IlomsPhonuys I + Httrl11tll Brook and 16th and DsUwiro I I I I I I I H COFFEE FOR XMAS IF YOU WANT THE BEST GET IT HERE Good Coffee My Special Bogota Honduras Mocha and Java byevaporation tworth rich trade with every dollars worth MULLOYta14 W 1 11air11 HI1MMMMt 1 I I I I IMHt t t t t I I I tIt t tIt 11 T QFEGT pql NONE V- tt EUREKA k BETTER GSVILLE us forqour Hay Corn and Oats Both Phones 19 I 1 EDINQER COMPANY 1 1 1 L 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 p TY TO I In t erst Washington tlad 7 lbs tI lbs 6 lbs 4 Ibs 3 lbs TICKETS free 1y1BURN I TRY THIS FLOURNone 1PIIou f Magazine j r ti r t kRENDER COAJi1J Iron Coti i Y 1 216 FOURTH AVENUE 1 1IOn1- 1t r1nttI H q t I II I It t I I t f C- rrbe re I e c0mani OR t MIitf tt INdtrs- s ri Reprtfetttatti tiot the ljaMltelll writer tw Kemuehy Stlpptks Ribbons tit fr aU f1YS and CO Main Haines fl 1 i COFFEE tROASTER MARKET STREET InMtlflu Fourth SAVE PAEMIU TICKETS 14th and ill Both ra R Pt type typewriter I BMMk Book ilKsPair ilox maJictatrtrS p ctortbtrb ansrteit Sti s outjjer ka- u OOII Xmas2uest ons IFrolp lowerI 0- 3I but a part of all the things we have to please women men s I girls boys and children Business never was as brisk Never were we ever better prepared But the stocks arebeing dug into and you better hurry otherwise you may get left IThosewho shop in the morning evade the discomfort of the iafternoon rushes Store open at 8 a m I For Men ICigar Cases 50c and up Q Kid Gloves 100 and up o Umbrellas 98c and u- pI Cuff Buttons lOc td 160 Handkerchiefs 6 for 50c Black Oxford Mufflers 60c House Coats 3 93 to 898 Jersey Coats 225 to 376 Mufflers 25c tg 250 Suspenders 50c and 100 Silk Handkerchiefs 25c to 50c Bath Robes 2 98 to 348 oQ Slippers 98c and 124 o Neckwear 25c to 1 00 Bosom Shirts 100 8Stiff Ties at 50c and over and suspenders put up in a fancy Christmas box Engraving on um brellas and suspenders free 5Smokers Stands 060 and up 0Shaving Stands 475 and up upiRockers from 275 up i For Boys Shoes Stockings Suits Overcoats Toboggans LJ Neckwear Olovis Skirls Collars Cuff SweatersIce IJBACONUsONsBETWEEN NNM N N T PASSED AWAY Philip HendricKs an AedandI Respected Citizen Is No More Philip Hendricks and aged and respected citizen died at his home 418 East Main street at 11 oclock on Mon day night The deceased was born iinI Ireland seventytwo years ago and came to America I vearslaterand Mr Hendricks received his educa tiog in the parochial and public school here While quite young he became an employe of Finzer Bros in the tobacco business and remained with them many I years Subsequently he resigned to be postioheago he retired from an active business career He Is survived by his wife and CaptainJamesand William Hendricks and Mrs SchaeferYHe is also survived by his sister Mrs Charles Kremer and a brother Officer lames Hendricks The funeral took place from St Michaels church at 9 oclock Thursday morning Eight oldtime friends wereI pallbearers selected by the deceased a few hours before his deat- hSELECTIONS Or Officers by Branch 4pf the Catholic KnUhta and Ladles Branch 4 Catholic Knights atitLatjies- of America elected officers for theegau ing year at the last meeting Thenew are President Johu J Score wViceRecording Secretary Miss iMollie T Burke Financial Secretary John K Baker Treasurer John D Rudd SergeantatAnns Lawrence Smith- enjinelWilliam J Con ueily Delegate to the National Convention Miss Mollie T Burke alternate Rachel Timmons w The election was spirited throughout md showed thatthe members deaired to put the officers in the positions they were t theioneernew officers reflect credit ea the iindg At ment of the members Miss Mollle Tr iit representher4 I Toys and Dolls Desks from 100 to 1498 Chairs from lOc to 198 Morris Chain 1 25 to 298 Furniture Sets125c to 393 Doll Houses 25c to 1100 Stables from 25c to 1298 opShooFHes50o GcCarts from 25c to 5 50 Doll Buggies 25c to 550 850ToolBuilding Blocks 4c to 493 Games from 4e to 4 98 Patrol Wagons 598 to 8 98 Red Tables 25c to GOc Golden Oak Folding Tablesprices range from 60c to 125 Ball Games 150 to 5 25 Wheelbarrows 65c to 100 Swinging Horses 2 98 to 950 Rolling Chinese lOc to 148 Horses on Stick lOc to 250 Automobiles rubber tired prices range Jrom 4 88 to 35 00 Blackboards ant Desks Combined from 25c to 298 Rubber Balls 5c to 100 Rubber Toys 5c to 75c Christmas Trees 25c t 450 Tree Ornaments 2c to 12c Garland Tinsel yd 4c to lOc Pianos from 25c to 1000 Skin Animals 50cto 498 The finer grades have voice Drums from 20c to 298 Plush Horses 25c to 198 Toy Houses 150 to 500 Skin Animals hitched to carts wagons and phaetons prices range from 25c to 00Music Box 6 records 298 Odell Typewriter 2 98 Wire Beds trimmed 766 to 125 Toy Tea Sets lOc to 2 98 Automatic Rotary Printing Press from 100 to 5 50 We have dolly of all kindsboy dolls girl dolls baby dolls grandma and grand a there never was a stock so re plete in DOth dressed and undressed dolls China Limb Dolls 6c to 25c Jointed Dolls from 5c to 25c Kissner Fine Kid Body Dolls from 50c to 8 98 Handwerth Fine Jointed Dolls from 25c to 1200 Pine Dressed Dolls 25c to 5900 r AND N N j M7tC Monday Tuesday and Wednesday Evenings and Wednesday Matinee The Rose of ihs Albambra Thursday Friday and BalUhlay Evening ann Saturday Matllinf The Little Gray Lady i HOPKINSI HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE DAILYIOpening Week Beginning Sunday Dec 24 FRANZ EBERT CO Iu Edmund Days latest success Dan Cupid Vernon Troupe Europeanmusical lnnovatl Dnthe Carletonen and dancers Susfe lLJher phenomenali hlcycllsTheNoChildren= BUCKINGHAM1 MATINEE DAUY Will COUUXNCIKQ SUNDAY DEO THE FOREVER FAVORITES Widows PRESENTING Two amusing musical burlesques an eight high grade specialty acts 9TO6SUNDAY r I HalldaysITeeth for 3- SB Sit off Teeth for 6- ib Suet Teeth for 54 55 nrybnt50cflln dIthde thlrtydaYIAll DRH JCOUCHMAH Dentist listf FOURTH AVENUE oppJae C ewlcCp J ORPHANS TO ENTERTAIN i Asyluilll Thursday night j The poor little ones xisfersoCharityfriudawithlObgireciatlonsand drills this ble ed wasoa dl why eanafford ought to send gifts qf some tiad to these motherless aad fatherless itttl ones o f For Women Furtrimmed Jnliets 95eDBrooches 250 to IDelt100QSBelt Buckles 25c to 400 C8 Dog Collars 60c to 300 Hat Pins lOc to 75c Coats Handkerchiefs 588 and upFFurs 298 and up Work Boxes 25c to 300 Fans SOc to 500 f8 Toilet Sets 398 and up f8 Linen Table Sets Linen Napkins 03 Leather Music Rolls Leather Cane Cases 03 Leather Glove Boxes Leather Tie Boxes Leather Portfolios China Closets 1400 and up Combination Desks 1450 and upLeather i Couches 22100 and np Music Cabinets 600 and up Dressing Tables 900 and up Ladies Desks 500 and up Reed Rockers 225 and uy For Girls Shoes Stocking Neckwear SellsPins Olives Handkerchiefs Slippers Ribbons Jewelry Stationery Books MARKET STREET FOURTH FIFTH NN NON ULEVS Jolly Grass MANY VISITORS Saw a Large Class Become Members of Knights of Cqlurrfbus Lou svifllf fitfiincil Knight of Comm bus initiated a class of sixtyfive at the Scottish Rite Cathedral last Sunday after noon There were visiting Knights pres ent from a number of cities outside Louis ville who attended mass with the candi mornlnyAfirst degree while teams from Lex ington and Nashville conferred the sec ond and third respectively State Senator Ben Johnson of Nelson county was one of the candidates who became a Knight and the Speaker of the Tennessee House of Representatives was one of the important factors in the Nash ville degree team The class was largely promtthis city Louisville Council is now 460 strong one of the largest in the order While Chicago St Louis and other rides have from six to twelve small councils Louisa villa has but one and that a most pros perons one willzHouse on New Years night This affair will be given in honor of the wives and idy friends of the local Knights and will be one of the social events of the season ELECTED DELEGATE t Thomas Keenan Will Rcpre s fIHIt Brancht at ajj ttdnal Conventions = branch 2 or as it is popularly termed St Patricks Branch of the Knights and Ladies of America CatbollcII officers on Wednesday night IViceI j I I and Miss Mary Cochran VettermDelegate to the National Convention at trohTbomas Keenan Sr Branch 2 fis one of the largest if not the very largest in lye order Nearly eycryone sff Iyet officers jtave served ila theetheirrejlectionrelrects Ina t repreeentathe I n I e j ctP j i GREAT SALE+ i 1 IRON OF BEDS I GREENESg Being the Largest Handlers ofAIron Beds in Louisville We show the best variety and most e handsome designs at the llow- est prices ranging From 250 to 25 F JAMES GREENE 425 427 429 EAST MARKET STREET II II II h Jn tm aBE SURE TO CALL FOR j McKENNA WHISKY ttITIS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky a 1 C S MEDDIS Pres and Gen Mgr JOS DOOOHBRTY Retail Manager W J MACES Secretary Both Phones 13 LOUISVILLE COAL COKE COMPANY tNCOKFOXATED Exclusive ShippersCabinALSO DEALERS IN PITTSBURGH JELLIGOJ AND KENTUCKY COAL and River Floyd and Fulton IIYardsFirst Elevator Franklin and Hancock Streets 411 COLUMBIA BUILDING t t HHOCR 4 OLfLOvv ORTDZ And you 4givingYOUR S- II UNITED LAUNDRY CO- I Incorporated HAND WORK A SPECIALTY GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED I BOTH PHONES 1188403732 T N SHEPARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR SHEEN m DR J T CHA WKS Veterinary Infirmary and Shoeing Forge sciENTIFIC PRACTICAL HOME SHOEING Horses Called DellrAIBot oonesOFFICE INFIRMARY AND SHOEING FORGE IOOM0099W BROADWAY 5PENC8K Prerident ad Eipert Accountant PeopleForoats roe rub IXroaMAToH = = Business Collage LT P BANNON President I e Horse AND Par ad NOS 1 r on WMTC BANNONVlcoPrs i Mgr TTAT T H M WOLTRINQ Secretary RoBoBAO WITrU ref Bannan SewerS Pipe CCD SaJt Glaze PipeJasonsWall cell itsJt friskFire irelag Flue Plie Flue LlmlasJ Fire Brick Grate ClayChliBHey Sidewalk Brick OFFiqjB 5Q8I51J W JEFFERSONf rLiPNON879 c Z I 0 WORKSristh and Lexington cud MegitoUaAve Bet 9thadIlethT8LBPHON6 2833 0- U