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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f I f r it t f N + l J i I I i 1oJ AMEkiCAN Uf VIi It VOLUME XVINO 1 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JANUARY 1906 PRICE FIVE CE Ti OPTIMISTIC View of Irish Affairs Taken b- An y IrishAmerican Cor lf rospoudentt- t e i lSays Horne Rule IB Only Two Years Off and Must Come I Declares That Icing Edwar Favors New Premiers Ideas HO DISUNION AMONG NATIONALISTS Now that the CtiHsttnas holidays are a thing of the post politics in Great Britain and Ireland will begin to sizzle since the general elections are not far off R D Walsh writing in the St Louis Post Dispatch a few days ago takes an opti mistic view of things and prophesies home rnle for Ireland within two years In his review of the situation Mr Walsh recounts the statements made on the hustings by Sir Henry Campbell Banner nan Lord Rosebery and others con kerning the statement made by the new Premier in which he says Good gov II eminent by foreigners can never be a j1 substitute for the government by the Aw people themselves Mr Walsh declares This is a very explicit declaration and the present English Prince Minister has said nothing in later speeches to altar this view On the contrary every word be has spoken in reference to Irish affairs is merely a confirmation of bis belief in the necessity of Irish Ilegislative independence The Liberal party is plainly l and explicitly committed to home rule The intention of the present British Cabinet in reference to Irish affafrs is plainly expressed in its Irish appointments The Viceroy the Chief Secre tary and the Lord Chancellor are advanced Liberals and their influence in the councils of the Government can not beoverestimatedLater Lord Rosebery is the one prominent public man in England at present who is strongly opposed to home rule But the time is past when Rosebery catTexerctse aSy appreciable influence on British politics He is a Liberal mugwump who is despised by his own party The thinking and intelligent prtiou of mankind outside the British npire and in the British empire Itself outside of England are in favor of Irish home rule It is also a wellknown fact that King Edward is strongly in favor of such a measure and his views will be sure to have weight with the existing Government Professor Bryce the most important man in the new Irish Government is of Irish parentage is in senti ment and convictions a long and consistent advocate of Irish rights Under the new regime Ireland may fairly expect an enlighted and sympathetic administration of her affairs and whether she gets boffin ruleor not In the immediate future her position will be infinitely bet ter than it has been under the coercive policies of George Wyndham and Long It is no absurd prophecy to say that within two years Ireland will have com plete control of her own domestic affairs Even supposing that the Liberals in the next House of Commons outnumber the combined strength of the Irish and Conservatives there will be Sufficient men of independent character like John Morley and Lloyd George who will fight any reactionarymovement that may be attempted at the suggestion of such men as Sir George Grey and Herbert Asqnith With a native Government Ireland will make wonderful strides on the road of progress in thenext twentyfive years Nature has endowed her with every facil Sty in that direction an equable climate I a most fruitful soil unlimited water power and safe and commodious anchor age for the commercial fleets of the entire world Her geographical position as the outpost of Europe gives her an advantage of which an alert Irish execu tive will take advantage The recent Irish Nationalist conven tion was the most successful that has ever been held in Ireland The London Times and other antiIrish journals pre dieted an Irish row but there was not the remotest semblance of division or disunion The convention showed beyondi the possibility of doubt that the Irish Parliamentary party and the National1 organization of the United Irish League are one ia thedetenninetion to force the demand for an Irish Parliament on the practical attentiqn of the next Parliament Thtlrish party will at least number eightyfive in the next Parliament and under the skillful pilotage oif John Redmond their demands can nott safely be ignored even by an aseembl h that may not be favorable Englie- legislation wilt suffer if the claims oj Ireland are ignored BROTHER PetER The Rey Brother Peter who open part of the holiday at St Xavier Col lsgeia this city returued to Bajtimor on Monday Brother Peter was o eQi first members of the Xaverian order whi 0 Mtanht school at St Louis Bertraad- athirtytwo years ago He has beet in teaching in the East for nearly twenty seven years but still has a warm spot l ibwt for LonUvrile and Lirn k Da- lug his brief stay in this city he met several of his old pupils and was pleased to hear that they were doing writ Gentle and humble as ofold Brother Peter is still Irish to the core and will1 always be a true Brothe- rSPLENDID SHOWING Made by St Michaels Com mandery Knights of St John St Michaels Commandery No 103 Knights of St John held its annuali PeterdsI Hall Seventeenth and Southyate streets Wednesday night The meeting was well attended and great enthusiasm prevaile- among the members This commandery though made up almost altogether of German Americans was organized i 1889 It has a membership of fiftytwo and is increasing It is a benevolent and insurance society and in addition to sick benefits pays 500 and 1000 at death Before the installation Clement Schildt the undertaker was mustered into the commandery and Edward Kippes and Prank Reilly made application The officers Installed we PresidentBen L ken First Vice PresidentEdward Tellman Second Vice PresidentGeo Meihaus SecretaryHenry H Schneiders Treasurer Theodore Poppe Captain Joe Breen First Lieutenant Philip Wettenauer Second LieutenantFrank Esterle Finance CommitteeJoe Breen John Nanert Frank Esterle Herman Bloemer and Ben Shrader- SergeantatArms Wm Willenauer Color SergeantWill Shrader Herman Bloemer was elected delegate and the conimandery instructed for Capt Tbeodorn Poppe for Colonell of the bat talion Dr Thomas Mulvey was elected Surgeon and the name of William M Higgins editor of the Kentucky Irish American was placed on the roll of hon orary members The Knights of St John are military in character as well as social and benev olent Capt Breen who years ago com manded the Hibernian Knights and was also drillmaster of the old Louisville Light infantry is the ranking officer and says the commandery will soon be the pride of the entire order Besides what St Michaels Command ery has done for its members in the way of sick and death benefits it has uol a great deal for St Peters church It in stalled d nd paidfor the hands riieSl Josephs altar put in a handsome me mortal window and during the recent golden jubilee of the congregation do nated 100 toward the entertainment fund With all this liberality St Mich ads Commandery has 2300 in the treasury a greater sum probably than any kindred society in the city The society meets on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month After the meeting refreshments were distributed and a pleasant hour was spent POOR SENATOR Member of Millionaires Club Has Neither Property Nor Money The United States Senate has been enriched by the appointment of Jobn Michael Gearin of Oregon an Irish American who has neither real estate nor money Instead he has ability and honesty The Governor of Oregon appointed Mr Gearin to succeed Senator Mitchell recently deceased Senator Gearis was born in a prairie schooner and within the boundaries of Oregon in 1851 ills Irish immigrant parents left the East for the West during the gold fever His parents prospered and when John Michael was twelve years old his father sent him to St Marys College in San Francisco for three years Then he went to Notre Dame University Ind where he remained until be was twenty After that he returned to Portland Ore and studied law and was admitted to the bar In 1874 That same year he was elected to the Legislature and in 1876 be became City Attorney In 1884 be was appointed United States pistrict Attorney In 1888 he was the Democratic nominee for Congress but was defeated by Binger Hermann who is now under indictment for complicity in the United States land fraudsMr Gearin made a national reputation in 1893 when President Cleveland appointed him special prosecutor for the Government in the opium fraud cases Senator Gearin Is a Catholic and a Demo crat and both Republicans and Demo crats agree that his selection was the beat that could have been made WISE CHOICE Smithhe f Catholic Summer School is the rightt man for the place He is a man of cal tore experience and force of character Under his able administration the Sum mer School ought to accomplish greatt t things e RINO FOIMHORAN f Thomas Moran the new Constable fa r the Seventh Magisterial district wa s presented with a handsome diamondd ring bya number of his admirer pn Tuesday The presentation speechwa Prh Q- U n THE YOUNG MANS INSTITUTE I J Great Society of Catholics Whose Interests in the Kentucky Jurisdictioi n Will Be Well Taken Care of lly the Officers Installed by the Various CouncilsDuring the Weekt h Events of great moment have taker plae in Y M I circles during the present week Councils everywhere have discarded the old and put on the new administrations Many of the new odold officers yet all start out with clean balance aheets and a determination to Thins determination is particularly true of the councils in the Kentucky jurisdiction Here in Louisville are three flourishing councils Trinity has nearly 400 and Mackin has a like number while Satolll has about 100 names on its rolls The officers of the present Grand Council are- CbaplainRev Father Wm B Ryan Winchester PresidentDr Joseph A Reardon NewportFirst Vice PresidentAlbert F Mar tin Louisville Second Vice President John R Sow er FrankfortMarshalLouis Kieffer Louisville SecretaryTreasurer Edwin C Dawson New Haven Board of Directors Frank G Adams Louisville chairman Thomas J Garvey and Joseph L Lenihau of Louisville Dennis J McNamara Frankfort Fred W Arnold Owensboro J Arthur Smith Lebanon and Joseph Baker of Carroll- ton Barry Council No 144 of Lexington was the first of the order to be organized in this State It was organized about fifteen years ago and under its auspices the third Grand Council was held at Lex ington in the full of 1892 It numbers 220 members with Father Barry as Chap lain John Luby Prssident and John Shannon former Secretary of the Grand Council among the leading members The officers for 1906 were installed on Tuesday night thfrst meeting of the new year Thelntre- PresidentJohn J Luby First Vice President Wm J Ahern Second Vice President E T Houll t hiinJrMarshalJoseph Bourgeois TreasurerRaymond Hillenmeyer Financial SecretaryWallace McGin nisRecording SecretaryJohn Ginnochio Corresponding SecretaryJohn J Mc GurkInside SentinelJames Sharkey Outside SentinelJohn B Richardson MediA ExaminerDr P H Molloy Executive CommitteeDennis Hickey John Grant Thomas Harmon Bernard Wallace Daniel J Crowe After the installation ceremonies Barry Council gave one of its old time smokers and all present enjoyed a good time Mackin Council installed its new offi eels on Tuesday night in the presence of one of the largest assemblies of its memo bers in that bodys history The meet ing opined with the singing of the Te Deum Clarence H Zook always an active and earnest worker spoke on the subject of Catholic books in the Louis ville Free Library He also distributed lists of Catholic books in the library and urged the members to call for them by that means familiarizing themselves with Catholic literature and causing the gen eral public to know that Catholic young men had literary attainments The installation followed Grand Deputy Kenney was the Install- Ing officer and was assisted by Messrs Lautz Daly OToole Simonis Stewart and Clines The new officers of the council as well as the installing officers were attired in their official robes and everything worked like clockwork Every movement was symbolical of Catholicity and the first installation under the new ritual made a profound impression on the members Even those belonging to other councils who wit nessed the ceremonies declared that Mackin had the best team in the jurisdiction The officers installed were PresidentCharles S Raidy First Vice PresidentLouis J Kieffer Second Vice PresidentD Oliver Pat tonRecording SecretaryJohn L Boland Corresponding Secretary Frank Lana hen Financial Secretary Frank G Adams TreasurerDaniel Weber MarshalJames L Mullarkey Inside Sentinel Charlea Oswald Outside SentinelLouis Kinsella Executive Committee John B Carr Frank Denser Fred Herp Clarence Zpok and Charles Smith Medical Examiners Dr Alphonie J Blzot and Dr Michael Casper As soon as the installation was brought to an end President Raidy took his seatt amid loud applause He immediately proceeded with the regular order of hue tenses William A Kant was made s benificiary member The Executive Com mittee reported the books of the variouss officers to be correct and recommended a vote of thanks to the retiring officers The vote was given with a cheer President Rnidy spoke of the mempria window which the council proposed ttc place in the new it Cecilias church am urged the members to make liberal otm tribaUooa toward it Mewwt LaoU Lan 4 A n tc ahan and Sand reported resolutions of sympathy on the death of Jacob Hein PresideRaidyi t reported that Attorney Jams 3Fitz- fi gerald had consented to address the joint councils on any night they might select I provided he was given sufficient notice I Ben Sand was appointed to wait upon i Mr Fitzgerald ands ask him to address the joint meeting of the three councils next Tuesday night at Mackin club house The Joint Committee also recommended the publication ofa small pam phlet explaining th Y M I its aims and objects Patrick Mullarkey and Leslie Quinkert were reported still on the sick list j James Shelley recommended an amend ment to the byla ys so that it shall be staled in the application blanks to whom the death benefit is lo be paid President Raidy Vice President Kief fer Patton and all tie other new officers made brief addresses which brought forth hearty npplaqse Then the mem bers compelled the retiring officers Messrs Kerberg Shaughnessy Sand Shelley and Lautz Ito respond to calls All spoke pleasantly and promised loyalty to councilLouis Vice President was appointed to represent Mackin at the oratorical pranzone1 that will be part of the festivities when the three councils hold a joiut meeting next Tuesday even- Ing Each council will be represented- by one speaker after Attorney James J Fitzgerald has delivered the principal address President Reidythen announced his committee appointments as follows ArbitrationPatrick Bannon Jr Ben Ausdenmore Frank G Morgan James J Shelley and L J Goodfriend Employment Bern Sand Andy Kast August Weber Jam 1 Hoey and William QuillPederatiouS ISl Robertson John Stuart Dr Alphonie R Bizot Ben J Sand Dr MichaeCasperI William HigginsGymnasnm CiwJ Walker Thomas iJuddy James Mul larkey and George Kieffer JointClarence Zook Robert Burke Frank Klein William Daly and Frank P BurkeInvestigating Committee W OToole Frank G Mogan and J L Boland CollectorGeorge Simonis Memorial WindowFrank Lanahan and Dan Weber Trinity council held its first meeting- of the new year Tuesday night under most favorable auspices The new officers were installed several addresses followed then came refreshments and to crown all a dance concluded the evenings festivities Eugene J Cooney the retiring President called the meeting tp order and when his gavel fell the ball was crowded both up and down stairs with the members and their lady friends The installation was public hence the presence of the ladies who judging from their applause greatly enjoyed the ceremonies Patrick Kinney Squire John Velten Will Gast Frank A Leos and Albert Ziruheld were reported on the sick list In retiring President Cooney reported that 1905 had been the most prosperous year in the history of the council since during that period a net gain of 118 members had been made A gain of il070 was made in the treasury while nearly 500 was spent in sick and death benefits His address evoked applause The installation ceremonies then began with Frank Pilson as the installing officer The Rea Father OGrady Chaplain of tlcouncil was present and was installed with the other officers Those installed were PresidentAlbert F Martin First Vice PresidentMark Morris Second Vice PresidentRobert Goebel Recording SecretaryHenry F Stoerr Corresponding SecretaryRichard AI Hill Financial Secretary J J Sullivan Jr Treasurer Edward P Wulf Marshal Albert Zirnheld Inside SentinelAugust Kempf Outside SentinelCharles Zehnder Executive Committee Emil Mouth Ernst Pilson John J Flynn Ben F Hund and Henry Beckman Collector Frank C Pilson Hardly hid the ceremonies concluded when Edward Kelty stepped forwardand in a few brief words presented a handsome portrait of President Martin to the council Father OGrady was called upon and delivered an appropriate address wishing Trinity Council God speed in its wurk He also admonished the members to look out for the spiritualI as well aathe material upbuilding of thei order He said the Y M I was the beatt school for young men te learn lessons oft truth probity and charity Past Piwiient BetrF Hand also made a congratulatory address and said he desired to see the council installed hilts new home on Baxter avenue this time next year Others who addressed the 1 assembly were Past President Joha J Sullivan Sr Dr Philip Beutel Jr William M Higgins editor of the Ken tacky Irish American and Joseph L Lealhaa Praifdiaf of Satolll Couch it- Q who paid high tribute to the ladies President Martin in assuming the duties of his office thanked the mem bers for the honors given him compli mented the retiring officers upon their efficiency asked the support of all the members in building the new club house promised to make the council gatherings more social in future urged all to avoid dissensions wished alla happy New Year and named his committees as fol lowsWays and MeansJohn J Sullivan Sr Thomas J Garvey Edward Kelty Edward P Wulf Dr Ben J Lammers Edward Bosler Henry B Strube J C Kirchdorfer Dr Frank S Clark Ben F Hund James B Kelley A G Schneider William Hillericb Dr Philip G Beutel and Joseph E Conkling ArbitrationEmmet P Slattery John J Sullivan Sr Edward Kelty Thomas J Garvey Eugene J Cooney JointJohn J Sullivan Jr M F Morris Thomas J Garvey William Hil lerlch David OConnel- lInvestigatingHenry Beckman Geo Kirchdorfer and Joseph Meyer EmploymentEdward Bosler Eugene J Cooney Joseph Piazza John Cun niffe and Dr Bernard OConnor SickSoW Clark B A Kruze E L Goebel John C Fries William Zehnder KenneyDegree Edward Kelty John J Sullivan Sr Edward JosephPiazza JSullivanGymnasiumCharles Highland A Wetterer F W Gerard Dr B OCou nor and J H Hebeman PressT J Garvey H F Stoerr and RA Hil- lPicnicT J Garvey Andrew Kieffer J B Kelly E J Mann H A Veeneman Henry Kleler H Beckmann J J Gar rityE J Cooney Chris Leahy P L Motion John Briggemann H B Strube J H Bell and J J Sullivan Sr v Entertainment Bj3chiaikJJtFJynB R A HijjJoseph E Piazza Robert Dicken E Pilson A E Schweers C J Lane Leo Worland J J Driscoll F C Pilson John Cunniffe August Ren nelsen Dr B OConnor and Robert GoebelDancing ClubAndrew Kieffer R A Hill Ben Schalk Lawrence Worland A Schweers Geo Reiling August Prante F Briggeman J J Flynn L Kempf A Veeneman Dr P p Bentel William Detchen Thomas Murray and Henry KleierThe Past Presidents of Trinity Council are Ben F Hand James B Kelly John J Sullivan Sr Joseph E Piazza Thos J Garvey and Eugene J Cooney Satolli Council is the smallest in mem bership locally yet it has many hustlers in its ranks A few months ago the council secured new quarters at the northwest corner of Sixth and Breckfnridge streets The rooms are tastefully furnished and the members are well pleased with the location Joseph L Lenihan the new President is a hustler and he proposes to make hustlers out of all his fellow members According to his programme Satolll will have something doing every month just as Trinity and Mackin have There is a great opportunity for Satolli to build up and it is believed that its members have taken a fresh grip on the situation SatolHs installation will take place tomorrow afternoon when the administration will pass into the hands of the following officers PresidentJoseph L Lenihan First Vice PresidentHarry Colgan Second Vice President Samuel Bold rickFinancial SecretaryGeorge Zorn Recording SecretaryFrank Luckert Corresponding SecretaryA1 Steber PerryMarshalPhilip Inside Sentinel Joseph Gasper Outside Sentinel John J Crotty Sarto Council No 214 of Owensbord celebrate the opening of the year 1906 on Wednesday night with an initiation Installation and banquet Thirty candi dates received the degrees and then wit nessed thelinstallation of the following officersChaplainRev Father George M Con ner PresidentCharles Dora First Vice PreeidentT T And Second Vicepresident J A Turner Recording Secretary Theodore Price Corresponding Secretary Michael BartzFinancial BueheardtTreasurer Marshall Barren Inside Sentinel John Stuart OutldeSeutlnelFrankZinzExecutive Graf Chairman William Eaveratt and George Haury This council was originally organized in 1894 and was called Sods Council but was reorganized by George J Laatz then Grand Secretary in 1908 Amoag its prominent members are Fred W Arnold sow Grand Director James Clark Charles Dots the Oberst brother s sad La Vega Clemens the attorney Sarto Council will soon initiate a clas that will swell its membership to 150 This will entitle it to two delegates ti the Grand Council Sarto also has movement on foot fqr the purchase of new club bpuse 1COliTINUND ON THIRD PAGE INDUCTION Or Officers of CigarMakers Union Held Wednesday Evening The annual installation of officers of the Cigarmakers Union took place at Germania Hall First and Market streets on Wednesday night Those Installe- were PresidentLouis Kieffer Vice PresidentAugust Ott Recording Secretary John Gimbel Secretary and Treasurer Herman ChristenSergeantatArmsAugustDierkes SergeantatArmsAugustDierkesRegister TrusteesJ W Paulger C Eo Gross and George H Wolf Finance Committee Ben J Sand Charles Gehring and H J Gipperich Delegates to the Louisville Federation of LaborBen J Sand August Ott George H Wolf C E Gross Thomas Drake Charles Hermann Frauk Gause pohl President Kieffer appointed the following Label Committee John Gimbel August Ott Charles Delching Jr H Drake JC Weiman Dan Davis and C E Gross Messrs Ben J Sand Horatio Hender son Herman Hoffman August Ott and G J Gipperich were appointed a committee to arrange a raffle for the benefit of William Todd a member of the union who has been confined to his home from an attack of locomotor ataxia during the past eight years The members decided by a unanimous vote to remain loyal to the State Federa tion of Labor The Cigarmakers Union numbers 435 members and is one of the oldest labor organizations in the city Its twenty fifth anniversary was celebratedlast fall Besides that it is ably officered and its financial affairs are well managed SAID FAREWELL Final Meeting of the Joint Committee Closes With ih afanquet The retiring Joint Committee of the three Y M I Councils held its final meeting in Satollis Club rooms at Sixth and Breckinridge streets last Saturday night When Chairman Chas S Raidy called the meeting to order fifteen members representing the three local councils were present The members talked informally of the work done dur ing the year 1005 recounted the duties entailed upon those who brought about the joInt picnic at Fontaine Ferry Park and broached literature bearing upon Y M I matters through Kentucky This latter subject will be recommended to the incoming joint committee for its considerationFollowing the informal talks the mem bers were regaled with a supper and all present did justice to the tasty viands After the cigards had been lighted the committeemen spent an hour in pleasant chats The Joint Committee has done a great deal since its establishment to bring about a closer relationship between the local councils and beyond a doubt the committee will do even better work this year WEALTHY FARMER Was Found Dead and His Remains Were Badly Charred Peter Lee Sr a wealthy and respected farmer of Shelby county was found dead and bis remains badly charred at his home near Shelbyville last Saturday night The indications are that death resulted from heart disease while he was lying OB the floor in front of the fire place and that his clothing caught fire from ashe falling from his pipe The deceased was seventyseven years old and was a native of Ireland He came to America in 1847 and at once began agricultural pursuits He amassed quite a competency and was considered among the wealthiest men in Shelby county He is survived by three sons Garrett Peter and R Michael Lee His funeral took place from the Church of the Annunciation at Shelbyvilleon Monday afternoon and a large concourse of his friends followed the remains to their last retting place in Grdve Hill cemetery FORMING NEW BRANCHES MI8IMrySher1anSupreme Tress urer of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America will leave next Saturday for Chicago to attend the annual meeting of the Board of Directors Miss Shendan reports a wonderful growth of the order everywhere In Chicago eight branches have been organized within the past few months MACKINS SOCIAL CLUB Mackins Soela1Clubwlll begin another season of Its popular dances a1 the club house on Monday night Dur tag the fall these dances were very attractive and always lrcwgrHt crowd f I GRAND ia ia Gathering of Hibernians Witness Joint Install tion of Officers I County Board Will Delta Exponses of Entortali lug Members 1 Committee Appointed to Podmnticut Home NICE WAY TO BEGIN NEW Y The County Board of the Anci Order of Hibernians met Friday nl and considered several matters of portance besides transacting a lot routine business County Chains Thomas congralatedthe successful yeanEverythe union meeting and joint Installat so the that wafixwas cided to hold the joint installation the evening of Wednesday Tanuaty i nlglformade by which every member of tl order in the city will be notified so tb a grand reunion of all local Hibernin ITheacc toforf ffithelan woyliforthcoming Messrs John M Mulloy William J Inelly and Dennis J Coleman were pointed members ofa special comm to make all necessary arrangements the joint installation union meeting feast that is to follow They are cap men and will endeavor to arrange a gramme that will surpass any ever be presentedWhen the matter of purchasing erecting a permanent home was broad tlUoSfWitsat manent home and hall was a neces Louisville Hibernians desire to ki with the procession that councils Y M I and orgtlonsowned their own homes that a 1 ning had to be made some time am presentItthat it would be a credit to the ord would advance the members in the ion of their fellowcitizens that occasion offered the local Hibe would have a hall of their own in to entertain instead of waiting f open date at a heater After all tile membershad voice opinions County President Quin pointed the following committee tJ into the advisability of secnringjth manent home and hall State Pre Thomas Keenan Sr Joseph Doug and Con J Ford While no time was placed on them as far as a report Iii concerned it is more than probable that the committee will make at least a partial report at the joint meeting on January 10 Members of the committee have options now on several sites centrally located But they will proceed with due caution in order that no mistakes wlllbe make Of course it will take money and time to reach the desired end The various divisions have some money In their respective treasuries This and the funds r that will accrne from the aale of stock ought to make abome a certainty in the near future Would it not bejnice to lay newbnlldingordedicate uiaus on St Patricks day The programme Wednesday nlj be interesting andanabun refreshments will be provided expected that every Hibernian in Louis yule will attend this joint meeting and installationfWESTERN VISITOR Anthony H Godbe a metallurgist and expert mining engineer has returnedto the West after spending two pleasant weeks in this city While here he was the guest of James LHackett President of the Greenbrier Distillery Company Mr Hackett is interested in several mines in Nevada andother Western States and Mr Godbe is his consulting engineer He came tp LPuiavillejMiri his final report of the yearjto Mr Heck ett The mines in which the latter is interested are Inexcelientrc dlU andj are turning out pay dirt Mr Godbel reports are eminently satisfactory to Mr Hackett who is slowly but surely becm- Ing a Croesus He jwlll never have W give away libraries to Jget rid of his wealth as he can find other and tetter ways of disbursing it OFFERS A CHANCE A Boston shoe manufacturer has offer to go to Dublin awl invert 20000 uptodate shoe factory gaaranteei i thditicml in by Irish capitalists This eat Way to helpl the Irish lad pall A ir1r S vjw- Tr p w AKQ- NTUOKY IRI AMRp NTUGKY IRISH flMERIGflfl 10 tfce Meral ed Sooll AacernIt of all IrJA1IS11CUU- CKYII IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBU11H BBS IPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPy sc II Bntered at tile lowtavllle Postofflce as SecondClass Metier iiicoiuitulcstloastethe KENTUCKY IRISH AMER1CAN326 Well dreca Strut r iVILLK KY SATURDAY JANUARY 6 1906 IIYOUNG MENI the beginning of the new probably the best time to I r the old and the new of human nature This will particularly well to young They are on the threshold Iit were about to enter the duties incumbent upon I i Are they going to be genj en or rowdies Are they going e loving husbands exemplary ers reliable business men stworthy mechanics honest rers or will they become rene- e Catholics debauchees and a grace to parents and country ere are only two courses for pursue the right and the Cto There can be no middle undoThey must choose now ducation companionshipand virpnment have much to do ith the formation of character isth character that makes the an Reputation is only part of characters clothing The rep tion is generally indicative of the racter but not always The ji of character frequents the sac lents is a good husband gives fchildren the best possible edu nal advantages sees to it that I are taught lessons of Catholic h and probity Yet his repu- n may be maligned His ene s may put him down as an tart even his friends may con jin him as a freak That does t hurt his character Only shy acyers confound reputation character though they are ind distinct attributes of man e young men will be our legistors poets directors of icrce professional men and s Every young American d be ambitious if he sees it that he does not his own soul That is the important feature of all out attaining the end for I God created him his labors ulland void in is a social creature He friendship and whether he is itable or not he admires charity 11m1 selfabnegation in others In order to train young men to practice I charity and selfsacrifice they have to be taught from infancy as they are in Catholic parochial schools and colleges but it is in the few years after leaving these schools and colleges that determine Jo a great extent their future con duct Human nature is prone to take liberty for license Hence many young men just released rnth school attempt to soar on of wax only to find them fc in the sun and they drop tw immeasurable depths never to be heard of more NSuch thoughts as these filled the Americans who founded the Young Mens Institute a society whose mlttoisIIFor God and For Coun try The founders builded well since they knew that the future hope of the Church and State in America was founded on the young mennot the young men of auyI pfeular year but of each suc ceedink year The Y M I h proved a bleSs- ing Jo the young men of every Stateiu which its councils have i nouruhedi Its members must be practical Catholics to begin with anji they must remain practical I ettthoiai while enjoying the bene 1 flfa of tbV order There are hundreds and hundreds who should v avail themselves the bene 1 oF Ithis grand organization that l n llead them to high ambition happy andCkdstiUfe I t CHRISTIAN FRATERNITY When the Rev Father Berkery was buried at Medina N Y a few days ago the obsequies were con ducted in the new Catholic church which is without a bell Nearby is a Baptist church with a big deeptoned bell The Baptist pas tor and his congregation tolled their bell while the funeral proces sion was in progress This in keeping with the true spirit of Christian fraternity Would that there was more good feeling of this kind shown These are the days of humbug gery as well as surprises and when the correspondent ofa Chicago newspaper announces that he intends to try to locate the North Pole in an airship only thinking men ask him to locate the airship first WORDS OF WISDOM Prom a Kentucky Priest Who Presides Over Country Parish The Rev Father A Reinhart pastor of the Church of Our Lady of Mercy at Hodgenville has issued a little card to bis friends in which he forcibly calls to mind the uncertainty of life which we reprodnce for the benefit of our readers Every fairminded person at times asks the question How long or short is eternityforaccordingly The answer given by cen sus statistics and modern insurance companies is that the average person lives at a given age so many years as follows Age Years Age Years 10411 55171546 60 14 2042 65112539 70 8 30 35 75 6 3532 80 4 4028 85 2 io21MThuswhat plans to make truthfully and char itably Let responsibility rest where it preparation future immortal life is a continuation of this mortal life May God give us the light to see our duty and the strength to do it What things a man shall sow those also shall he reap 11 LITTLE CHRISTMAS Or Epiphany Is Observed Today as a Feast of Devotion Today is Epiphany or as it is sometimes called Twelfth day Formerly it was a holy day of obligation but when the number of holy days in this country was reduced by the last Plenary Council of Baltimore Epiphany was stricken from the list though it is still observed Epiphany commemorates the visit of the three Magi or wise men who having seen His star in the East went to adore the infapt Jesus Tradition has jt that they were Balthasar an Egyptian Mel chinr a Hindoo and G spar a Greek They brought to the infant Savior gifts of gold frankincense and myrrh- It is also a tradition that on this day occurred three great events in the life of Our Lord the adoration by the Magi the baptism of Christ by St John in later years and still later the wedding at Cana where Christ performed his miracle that of changing water Into wine Epiphany is also called Little Christ mas and in many Catholic homes the Christmas trees and evergreens arc not removed from the bouse until after this day AMERICANIRISH CELEBRATE The AmericanIrish Historical Society will hold its annual meeting and dlaner at the Hotel Manhnttap inN York pa ufsdayeyeslnK January J8 Pres ident General John D Criramjnsl will preride nd the Hon Joseph T I wlqss of Virginia wilt deliver an address 90 Daniel Morgan and the Battle of the CowpiflEt1 This wasoaeWthe effect- Ive battles of the Revolution and was won by IrishAmerican soldiers alieroffi lleavy10000oncontest ended with advantage to the Revolutionists HAS LIGHTS TO BURiy The employes of the Frank aljer Brewing Com panT lsttited Mr Walter with seventyfive incandssfeeat electric giftlkecafe the bt lighted place of enUrtaln tnt in the tYr4 4 IIII c SOCIETY10 M1LP B Tarpyof Marietta Ohio is tbegttest of Miss Katie Henley Miss Catherine Mayer daughter of August C Mayer is visiting friends in Indianapolis I Miss Katie Nugent of Bowling Green has returned home after a pleasant visit I to friends in this city Tobe Greiner the well known con tractor and builder is enjoying the water at West Baden Springs Miss Nora McDonough has returned from Floyd Knobs Indwhere she spent the holidays with friends Miss Louise Silliman of Portland and her brother Charles have returned from a visit to relatives at Loretto Mrs Thomas Bennett who was oper ated upon at St Josephs Infirmary last week is improving rapidly Miss Alice Scbaulie has been spending a week with her sister Miss Alczina who is in the novitiate at Loretto Mr and Mrs Walter Buckman have returned home after an enjoyable visit to friends and relatives in Springfield Miss Minnie Fowler of Ellzabethtown has returned home after a delightful visit to Miss Anna Rihn in this city Misses Emma and Bessie Fisher of Portland entertained the Young Ladies Euchre Club on Wednesday evening Frank P Carroll the genial Deputy Sheriff has returned from a period of rest and recreation at West Baden Springs Miss Alice Crawley has returned to college at Lexington after spending the holidays with her parents in Louisville Miss Lizzie Slack of West Point Ky has returned home after a pleasant visit to her sister Mrs Farris Lilly in this cityMrs Charles OBrien who visited relatives in Portland during the holidays left Tuesday for her home in Birmingham Ala Miss Katherine Carr who spent the holidays with her parents in Portland has returned to St Catherines Academy at Springfield Mr and Mrs Michael Rawley enter tamed the SD club with a bounteous snpper Thursday evening at their home 1404 Hamitton avenue John Coleman Jr whp spent the Christmas holidays with his parents in this city will return to Pottstown Pa where he is attending school today Anthony Barrett who spent the Christmas holidays with his mother Mrs Mary F Barrett 838 East Main street will return toSt Marys College on Monday Miss Nellie May Haus who has been visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs Charles Aulsbrook jn Portland has returned to Sacred Heart Academy at Crescent Hill Mrs Otto Yent wifeof the proprietor of the Manhattan restaurant was removed to St Anthonys Hospital on Monday night Her many friends hope for her speedy re overy Mrs John T Malone gave a delightul dance Tuesday evening in honor of her bright and attractive daughter Miss Edythe who came home from college to spend the holidays with her parents in this city Mrs Patrick Delaney and daughters andMlseaJMafgqertteand Hartford City Ind wers the guests ata New Year dinner given by Mr and Mrs James W Dougherty formerly ofthla city at Muncie Ind I Mr and Mrs Phi p knell entertained gathering of frieqds and relatives on New Years eve at their home if05 Webster street Prof Josephs orchestra ofl which Mr Rnefl is a member entertained thpse present with musical selections during the course of the evening Mr and Mrs John E Martin enter tamed a large gathering of friends at their home New YearS eve Vocal and instrumental music were features of tbe evening After a bounteous supper there were toasts to both host and hostess and happy responses by Messrs John E Browne Maurice Wolfe Joseph McCarthy and others 1 Charles J Coyle and Miss Mary Willie Hsgan both of New Haven Ky will be united in the holy bonds of matrimony at St Catherines church in that city on January 10 The groom is one of New Havens prominent young business men The brideelect is the charming daughter of William B Hagan a prosperous farmer near New Haven To the great r gfet pf his friends Squire John N Velten is confined to his horne 706 Ea t Kentucky street by a severe attack of pneumonia Mr Vell tens term as Magistrate expired on Jan 1 and be was fo hftve beeu sworn in on Tuesday aa Chief Pypufy Assessor Owing to his illness the oath of office was not administered One of the most pleasant social eyerita ofthe paste lc was the reccptfoirgiven Thursday night byMetari Charles and John B Nadorff nhonoroftleirniother- Mrs Victoria Nadorff at thelfamily reel dence 305 Eighteenth street The guests were entertained with vocal and inatra BieHtal mustc and during the evening they were regaled with an abundance of refreshments UiM Hattie Brunok entertained her frieads with a UV tok partyat her home 1216 HastiBreadwayj en Xeyr YMtaBvt vlmoBg tUocc precMit were 4- P 4 10 i1 Misses Blanche Zone Lillian Walter Mary C Ridge Ella Zrack Hattie and Lillian Brunck and Messrs Fred Lesler VVlll Zehnder Robert Dickens John Bartmaa Albert Herman Will Ernest William Brunck and Mr and Mrs John Brunck Mr and Mrs David B Mulligan both formerly of this city now of Ottawa Can spent part of the week in this city Mr Mulligan was formerly assistant manager of the Louisville Hotel His wife was Miss Marie Zanone Hill and the sister of Mrs George Mulligan They spent Christmas in Chicago and then ran down to Louisville to visit friends on the Near Year One of the jolliest watch parties of the season was that which gathered at the home of Miss Avleen Clements 2038 Floyd street to speed the parting and greet the new year The parlors were tastefully decorated and illuminated and the elegant supper to which the guests were seated passed the hours happily Among those present were Misses Hen rietta Kaiser Ayleen Clements Frances Trompeter Julia Henry Agnes Clements Gertrude Cambron Hattie Higgins Marie Clements Mrs Thomas D Clines Messrs Charles Weissenberger Reginald Clements Henry Hurst Charles Ober meyer Newton Kinser Harvey Giles Alexander Blandford Gus Vacca and Thomas D Clines The engagement of Miss Mamie Elnora Ackerman and Sebastian O Hubbuch has been announced The wedding will take place on February 7 and will be performed atSt Anthonys church Th ceremony will be followed by a nuptial muss No invitations will be issued After a wedding breakfast at the home of the bride the happy couple will leave on a bridal trip of three weeks through the South On their return they will be at home at 2112 West Market street The brideelect is a daughter of Philip Acker man the wealthy brewer and is widely known for her many charming graces Mr Hubbuch is a member of the firm of Joseph Hubbuch Sons and is a young man of great promise in business circles WISHED HIM SUCCESS A luncheon was given at the home of Albert F Martin 616 East Gray street last week in honor of his election as President of Trinity Council Y M I Among thoss present were Messrs A G Schneider Robert Goebel Edward P Wnlff John J Sullivan Sr and Jr Edward Kelty August Prante Joseph Meyer Henry Beckman Ben F Hund Andrew Kieffer P L and James P Mal Ion Dr Ben J Lammera Louis Kemp Mark F Morris Harry F Stoerr and Frank Martin Mr Martin was pre sented with a half barrel of common beer by Frank Walter and the guests ate drank and smoked until midnight Speeches were made by all present wishing Capt Martin and Trinity Council success during the new vear IMPORTANT MEeTINO The Particular Council of St Vincent de Pauls Society will hold its regular monthly meeting in St Francis Hall in the basement of the Cathedral at 8 oclock Monday night Matters of im portance will be brought before the meetingand President Campbell reqnests that every conference be represented In case the regular officer of any conference is uuable to attend he 18 desired to send some other member to represent him PRETTY CALENDAR One of the many attractive calendars sent out by advertisers this year is that issued by Sylvester Rapier Co bank ers at New Haven Ky The calendar is adorned by ah artistically toned cut showing a scene on the fig Horn river The typographical work is beautifully done in silver and gold The calendars are gotten Up by the New Haven Echo Publishing Company and reflect credit on Editor John J Barry the designer and executor GENEROUS GIFT Mrs Tbotrias F Ryan wife of the New York millionaire and new head of the Equitable Assurance Company will build and endow a hospital at Lynch bury Va A religious order will be placed in charge Plans for the new hospital are being prepared by Joseph Til McGuire the New York architect who designed the Cathedral at Rich mond which was given to the Catholics of that city by MK Ryan The new hose pital1 will cost 1X000 POPULAR APPOINTMENT No more popular appointment in the Court House has been made recently than that of Raymond Flanagan who was appointed clerk of the Quarterly Court by Judge Charles A Wilson on Tuesday Several months ago William W Melone resigned as Quarterly Clerk and Raymond Flanagan his deputy succeeded to the vacancy Now he has been appointed for a full term and his many friends are congratulating him EUCHRE AND DANCE Handsome invitations have been issued to a euchre and dnce to be given by the Young Ladies Auxiliary Y MI at Trinity Council hall 718 East Gray street next Wednesday evening The euchre games will be called at 830 oclock The ladies deserve to have a large crowd FORTY HOURS The beautiful Forty Hours devotion will begin at St Eohifacej church on Greet Mr etnear Jackson at the 10 o Jock mass tomorrow The altar and sanctuary have becH beautifully decOrat- ed for the occasion The exercises willI close on Tuesday morning i Four Telephones twelve Wagons and Horses this t means Cusoaden Delivers Ice Cream quick oltnhyhI r IJ GRAPHIC 1Storydeut of the American Collefeo J Thanksgiving Day Celebrated in True American Style by the Students Received in Audience by Pope on Feast of Immaculate Conception HIS HOLY PRESENCE THRILLED THEM Through the extreme kindness of a young ecclesiastical student whose home is in this city but who is completing his studies in another diocese the Kentucky Irish American is permitted to lay before its readers extracts from a letter written LouisIstudent who is pursuing his studies at the American College in Rome Comment is unnecessary The young man speaks from his heart In part he says Myl How I envy your Christmas holidays Giving up those was one of my greatest sacrifices but I feel that I am being amply repaid for it Just think this will be your last vacationI We will have a vacation around Christmas of course not so long as yours We close December 23 and resume operations on January 2 I have no definite idea of what it is to spend Christmas over here but anticipate a pleasant time as there are bright prospects ahead at least for a part of the time Things are running along smoothly here now and John and myself have become full fledged collegians We have had some very important occurrences here of late principally our Thanks giving celebration and our audience with the Holy Father on December 8 so I shall indulge in a few details of those two events Of course Thanksgiving is strictly an American institution and has no place locally except among the few Americans here Hence being few in number we had to make as good a showing as possible and the result was gratifying On that morning we had the Stars and Stripes hung out in front of the college so that all persons might know that somtbing was doing inside In the morning a bunch of us took a trip to the Palatine in order to work upan appetite for the big feed in store for us At dinner time we had a swell pranzone which is the Italian term for banquet When we filed into the refectory we found it beautifully decorated with the American colors We lined up on either side and then the rector came in fol lowed by Bishop Richter of Grand Rapids Mich a number of visiting clergymen and Mr White the American Ambassador to Italy and his secretary Though Mr White is not of our fold it was a source of much gratification to us to have our Ambassador with us on this our national holiday We had an excel lent dinner in which the American bird the turkey not the eagle was the headliner while two kinds of wine and several fine pastries were well up op the list It is needless to say we did ample justice toaJl for we lingered about the festive board for much more than an hour In the afternoon after a brief rest we took a trip outside the city to Monte Lacer and had a most enjoyable time In the evening we had Pontifical benediction with Bishop Richter officiat ing December 8 the Feast of the Immacu late Conception was a red letter day for the students of the American College in more ways than one In the morning we bad a Pontifical solemn high mass the celebrant being Archbishop Seton of New Jersey with yours tuly as an acolyte They are very strict on cere monies here and I am glad to state that all came through without an error the effect being sublime because as you know nothing can surpass solemn cere monies when properly enacted Follow- Ing this we had another pranzone which was the real article These ban quets I am glad to say are frequet occurrences here and are given on the special great feasts or very often when a distinguished visitor graces the festal board It is customary for every alumnus of the institution to set up a pranzone to the boys when he visits his alma mater In the afternoon we had the main event of the day for then it was that we hadour first audience with the Pope We left for the Vatican abopt 2 oclock and having arrived there went to one of the cortiles where all lined up for a col lege picture We had hoped that the Pope would join us but he did not do so I learned later that he was desirous of so doing but that one of his attendants I persuaded him not to do so as some of the other colleges would feel sliehted that the same privilege bad not been extended t to them However some of the boys had cameras along and during theI audience the Holy Father consented toI pose with the bunch These pictures are mall but really turned out very wells I The large group is fair We are not p= rmitted to send any on which thePopetappears out of the house The 1 this ir I suppose because such pictures usually find their way into magazines tt and newspapers which is not desirable II Well for the audience all went to one of the Vatican balconies and there awaited his Holiness After a consider h able wait he finally came in with a radiant 1L i smile illuminating his countenance All L knelt down and the Holy Father passed 1 1i along the line giving to each his hand and allowing each to kiss his ring My I Ie What an event it is to see the successor of Christ for the first time It reajiy endls a tbiill through one to come into III 11 personal contact with him of whom we ai hare heerd80 much and whom we revere iiv i as the head of the universal church Pius X ifla father in every seBse of CI the word When you stand inhiapre a ace asd have him loek upon you with el 0c Oo U TO THE PUBLIC t I desire to announce to my friends that I am now con nected with the D H BALDWIN C0r529531 Fourth Avenue PIANOS AND ORGANS I anythingIHomo Phone 61I Cumb Phone MalnOt BAX ooOOOOOOQOIMOTHERSI V Labels Redeemed for Toys and Handsome Presents 416 W Jefferson Street near Fourth rTHE NORTON SHHHHHH COFFEE HGH IMPORTERS BLENDERS AND ROASTERS OF uj HIGH GRADE COFFEES I IMPORTERS OF FINE TEAS Office Warerooms and Millsi 347 W Main J1 141IIltIiiIItI II I I II iIIIIsII- i Illlii1IIIIIt III IIII i DR J T CHA WKS Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For sad Delivered BothPhonei 3399 OFFICE INFIRMARY AND SHOEING FORGE 10071009 W BROADWAY 2lZC2iJLEyS One week commencing Monday Jan 8 Matinees Wednesday and Saturd- ayHUMPTYDUMPTY HOPKINSHIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE TWO SHOWS DAILY Opening Week Beginning Sunday Jan 7 GOOLMANS DOGS A Magnificent Trained Animal Circus Nina Morris Co presenting A Friend Ad vice Worlds Comedy Four exponents of fun and harmony Vartenburgnros European nov city doublefoot experts Raymond lit Cnverly comedians and parody singer May Belfort English character comedienne Ferguson and Passmore singers addancers The Kinodrome The Night Before Christmas BUCKINGHAMMATINEE WEBS COHHENCma SUNDAY JAN 7 THE TIGER LILIES COMPANY IA Veen and Cross Richey W Craig Kiier Webb Cunningham and Lord Elsie Pay and the Tigerscope showing a series of liaisons latest motion pictures SpeclalHavsrmanns Wild Animal School LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS 544 Fourth Avenue Painless Extraction Examination Free Lady in attendance Established 12 rears 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 Theatre Building Give your boys an education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 1 12 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the Xaverian Brothers Classical Scientific and Business Courses Preparatory De partmt11tJarg Swlmmltl8 Jool Well Equipped Gymnasium Terms Moderate liro James Dr that calm peaceful benign face your simpleInthingindeedslmplicityndhumility r highest earthly position And what a alongheI hat while giving his hand to one he was J closely scrutinizing the next in line Bqt the Ipost striking trait of the Holy Father Is bis affabilitythat smile of his scarcely ever leaves his countenance Having completed the circuit the Holy Father stood at the end of the ipartmcnt and we crowded about him LileseiiigI ill oar relatives and friends we might ave in mind After this we all stood rect while he gave us a short talks in PI which he exhorted us to further progress n knowledge and virtue He also pasted w few compliments to bur w rthy rector Consignor Kennedy who is indeed jjj vorthy of all the praise he gets Having ac oncluded he passed out and thus ter ninated our first meeting with our sqv- reignPoBtUJ a S W L sunoys8T06 DONT YOU WANT Good Denial work done for the least money Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DRH J GOUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH AVENUE oppJao c Lewio KATIE AGNES SMITH Formerly of Gran W Smiths Sons LADY EMBALMER lIdrento order at reasonable prices All calla answered 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uNii tJ S d1 Latest winter styles are uow on sale Our prices are within reach ot a- llMANHATTAN RESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND fyJQHTY k 504 W Jefferson SfrMi i iJ OTTO EyEWTfrt Dieter IteaePhouog1sCumb 1iaI JE60NNQ BUILDER ANDCOMTRACTORI nEALxaiN f Ja LUMBER SASH DOORS BLINDS LATHS SHINQLES AND ALL KINDS OFLUMBM 21252127 tweiifysiitk Sir S t YYey3 rxyrrylsai1N I i ro I 1 d a r YOUNG MANS iNStltUTE CONTINUED PROM MRST PAGE Lambert Young Council at Frankfort was established fourteen years ago andI I has grown steadily and sturdily ever since Among its prominent Members who are also numbered among tke lead tug citizens of the State CapitalAte Sower Dennis J McNamara 1V111ia Olberman John Breslin Will Newman John Hanley George Saleader John Dolan and last but by no tatis fleJst the Rev Father Thomas Major Follow- Ing are the officers installed for the year 1906 ChaplainRev Thomas S Major PresidentJohn R Sower First Vice PresidentBernard Ebner Second Vice President John F Dolan Recording Secretary Owen T Canty Corresponding SecretaryTim Collins TreasurerH F Lutkemeler MarshalEdward Freeman Inside Sentinel WH Olberman Outside Sentinel W H Lutkemeier Executive CommitteeThomas New man Chairman J A Sullivan George B Salender St Catherines Council 146 of New Haven was another of the pioneer coun oils in Kentucky It has a splendid membership with a large percentage of members in regular attendance Among its prominent members are John J Barry editor of the New Haven Echo and for merly delegate to the Supreme Council Joe Barry the Dawsons and Rapiers This council has just moved into a new and elegant hall whtre the following officers were installed in the presence of a large audienc- eChaplainRev Father W M Buck man Presldint William J Dawson First Vice President J G Barry Second Vice PresidentNick Green wellRecording SecretaryA Jasper John son Financial SecretaryBE Coomes Corresponding Secretary Frank M HaganTreasurerEdwin C Dawson Marshal=Robert A Greenwell Inside Sentinel John J Barry Outside Sentinel J Sidney Hagau Executive Committee Frank A Daw son William H Greenwell and Edward Bell Phil Sheridan Council at Bellevue was installed on September 17 1893 Since then it has grown proportionately and many of its members have been act ive in State Councils Among its lead- Ing members are Joseph A Cassidy the President and formerly Grand First Vice President Edwin Trlmber and M Hell ter The welfare of Sheridan Council has been placed in experienced hands as will be seen from the list of officers in stalledChaplainRev Father Kauffmaun President Joseph A Cassidy First Vice PresidentH Bueter Second Vice PresidentH Grollich Recording SecretaryH Hudepohl JrCorresponding MetzeTreasurerFrank Witt Marshal John Daly Outside Sentinel Al Feldhaus Inside SentinelGeorge Grever Executive CommitteeH Wessel John Quaing A Reinhart William Grollich and John Leguer Jr Major Council of Winchester was or ganized twelve years ego It has a splen did active membership and does good work Among the leading spirits in the council are the Rev Father William B Ryan John and Thomas Nnnan James A McCourt and J W Board At the meeting this week the following officers were installed ChaplainRev W B Ryan President J AMcCourt First Vice President T I Molloy Second Vice PresidentMatt Toohey Recording and Corresponding Secre taryWI Cone Financial Secretary John F Nunan Treasurer J E Shea Marshal J B Donahue iSentinel Thomas Duff- yExecutiveComwitteeT L Nunan J P Conway J P Toohey S Diunelli and M J Toohey St George Council at Carrollton was organized by Past Grand Secretary Lautz in 1902 With the able and energetic assistance of the Rev Father Ignatius M Ahmann this council has done great work Joseph Baker John Glauber and Henry Seppenfeldjare omong its leading members At the installation held this week the control of the council passed Into the followingjhands Chaplain Rev I M Ahmann PresidentJoseph Baker First Vice PresidentHarry Hunt Second Vice President John Horan Corresponding SecretaryDr M Casey Recording Secretary Casper Hill Financial Secretary Henry Heuser TreasurerPatrick West MarshalClarence Dant- aExecutJveCommltteeHenry Ebbing J E Grobmyer CasperJFeller Inside Sentinel Peter Hill Outside Sentinelj HGrobmyer- De FraineCouncH alftebahon also boasts fourteen years of service One of its most active members Judge H W Rives is Past Grand President of the Atlantic Jurisdiction Among its other leading members might be mentioned J DirecttCooper Stephen Ben Lancaster Almost as old M De Fraine is Lafayette Council at Newport Dr Joseph A Rlordan the incumbent Grand Presi dent Kentucky Jurisdiction one of its leading meinbemNLOtheractiveworkers- in the council llare Gym Maher one of the oldtimers and Pat Grand President of theAtlautic Jurisdiction the Connel riIoelteedjIl that Grand Old Manll SheaPlreC1Hef Waters and FmafNoonan The follow fog aaa list sf tn officers Itwteiksdio carry OB tin good work of the order dor riU QIJ fi CutPriceClearance ClearanceSale l i mJustk St rltedAt LEVYSEntire Stock O- fMens And Boys SuitsAnd Overcoats Get In- Quick SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month BarryVice J Sullivan Recording SecretaryThomas Kee JrFinancial SecretaryPeter J Cnsick 1911 Bank street- Treasurer Thomaa F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets FridayEvenings President Con J Ford Vice PresidentJohn J Sullivan Recording Secretary Joe Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings 6f Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice PresidentPatrick J Welch Recording Secretary John Morris Financial SecretaryDaniel J Dough ertyTreasurerD T Coleman BegleySergeantatArms Riley DIVISION 4 fleets on the Second and Fourth Wedues w- day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy LynchRecording Financial Secretary Joe P McGinn 615 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly Treasurer William J Connelly DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLB Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaua Hall County President Michael Kinney President Robert Gleason Vice President Michael Breen Recording Secretary J B Murphy Jr Financial SecretaryThomas Gleason Treasurer Louis Constantine MarshalPeter Madden MccannBanner ing the ensuing year PresldentArtburT Carius First Vice President Louis Hchmah Second Vice President David RKear art1tj3iing Harry Scnmitz Financial Secretary William A YoungTreasurerM E Reardon MarshalWilliam Phillips Inside SentinelAlbert Rogge Outside Sentinel James Reedy Executive Committee MF Keenan James Delaney and William Murphy Chickasaw Council 160 was established fifteen years ago and numbers aniopgTtS leading members George A Law iliT icr for the L N at Memphis and who was formerly a delegate to the Su preme Council M J Carrigan Thomas- A Keyer formerly of Louisville Wm B Hoffman and Wm Gavin The baby council in the Kentucky Jurisdiction was organized at Knottsville in Daviess county last October and Iis making splendid progress Walter T Johnson the new President of Lafayette Council ot Chicago is now arranging to establish three new councils In the great city by the fake It Isa wonder that more councilsbavt been established long ere this CLIPTOCRESCENT CLUI The Cllf toCrescent Club bw arranged to give a euchre at Delmont Club 1573 eveningJanuaryat 830 oclock sharpand during the liedisposeddistributed The admission will be only twentyfive cents CKI ef ALife insurance does sot mean so much a large awn ia case of death ai it is a genuine satisfaction dar ingllfe A Benefit Ctritificate with the C K of A is a R Grantee for healthy and happy days Should theworst come unexpectedly then wife and child will be provided for Join the Catholic Knights of America NewOrleaaMatte MerajodJacaard BBiWiag StI Louis Mp I ci- IJ KNIGHTS OP MfflBDS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where iesecond degree WM recently exem pliSed on a large class at Belleville 111 More than IjOOO Knights witnessed the ceremonies pnd of these 400 went from the yeriotisSt LOUIS councils San Francisco Knights are at work in an effort to secure the national convention in 1007 They expect to raise 100 000 to be used in entertaining their guests- II State Deputy McCullough Master of the fourth degree for the States of Iowa Nebraska and South Dakota will exem plify the fourth degree on a big class at Des Moines on February 22 During a smoker by the Geneva Coun cil last week that surpassed anything of the kind ever given by any organize lion in Western New York an excellent vaudeville entertainment was a feature RECENT DEATHS Mrs Kate Manion died at her home 1304 Portland avenue on Wednesday She was the widow of John Manion and was highly respected Her funeral will take place from St Patricks church this morning Conrad Eberling thirtytwo years old diedat the home of his father 1708 Jackson street last Saturday night The deceased was the son of Mr and Mrs Henry Eberiing and was quite popular For a number of years he was connected with the working force of the Anzelger The funeral of William R Rabbitt who died at his home 833 Seventh street on Saturday took place from the Cathe dral of the Assumption on Monday after noon The deceased was born in this city thirtyseven years ago and was a plumber by trade He was a quiet and unassuming young man and leaves many friends who sympathize with his wife on his untimely death The funeral of Mrs Mary K Thomas who died at her home 1100 West Oak street Saturday night took place from St Williams church on Tuesday morn lug The deceased was sixtyone years old and was highly respected in the com munity in which she lived She was for years a well known music teacher and is survived by one daughter who has the sympathy of many friends in her bereavement Mrs John Duaue died at her home 1147 Seventh street early Sunday morn ing after a long illness She had suf fered from dropsy for several years and her death was not unexpected The deceased is survived by her husband John Duane a clerk in the employ of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Com pany and four children She was born in Ireland fiftyseven years ago but had lived in Louisville forty years During her life in Louisville she was always a devout member of St Louis Bertranda church Her funeral took place from that church on Monday morning Jeremiah J Delaney formerly a well known and respected resident of Louis ville died at his home in Chicago on Thursday of last week after a short Illness of pneumonia His remains were brought to this city on Saturday morn- Ing and his funeral took place from the Sacred Heart church The deceased removed to Chicago eight years ago He was a member of the Catholic Knights of America and of the Structural Iron Workers Union of Chicago He is survived by hIs wife who prior to her marriage was Miss Fanny ODonnell daughter of Patrick ODonnell of Henry county NEW OFFICERS Branch 92 Catholic Knights and Ladies of America ordinarily known as St Mary Branch has elected e fol j lowing officers for the year Spiritual DirectorRev Father B H Westertnatt PresidentAnton East Vice PresidentEmil Ruef Financial SecretaryTheresa Kast Recording SecretaryDr Peter S GanzTreasurerMary Kast SergeantatArms Mary Richards Inside Sentinel Josephine Riley TrusteesMargaret East Henry Wei lenkamp and Val Kast Delegateto the National Convention Dr Peter S Ganz alternate Theresa KastMedical DirectorDr Peter S Ganz TWO BAD ACCIDENTS Warfield Martin the seen year old son of Albert F Martin at 616 East Gray street met with two painful accidents in Onlhursdaywhite street in front of his home he was knock ed down and bralsedby a squad of bigger boys who were playing football Dr A M Cartledge found that no bones bottthe child was playing with lighted matches the liniment on the bandages caught fire The boy was badly burned about the head and face before the flames were extinguished Dra A M Cart tledge nod R L Ireland were hastily summoned and they succeeded in saving the little fellows sight He Is resting as Comfortably as possible under the cir ctimstancefl GREGORIAN CONGRESS The Right Rv Bihop Mass pfCav ingtou and bin clergy are arranging for aOjInteraatioDal Gregorian Congress to be held in that city May6tol3 It 4s proposed to hold this congress on as grand a scale as that of Strasburg last peer Many foreigners have signified th lr itttMtiou of attending lTiriagraod gathering of the worlda musicians will attract attention to Coyingtofj apd to t l 1- t tit t It It f t H t t U JAMES SOWDERS 151153 West Jefferson Street Fish and OystersBOTH PXIO1 8 28OS3 t t t t t + 6 N+NN FRFNK FEfiR BREWING 60INOORPORATED Brewers and Bottlers ILOUISVILLE AY DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN SREWI1 G COJtIPANYINOORPORATED TELEPHciNE 4b2 LOitTI19YILLE KY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TICxEPHOITIC 1i38t3 Louisville 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All orders receive prompt attention satisfaction guaranteed HENRY AA1j i PU DYER A Ladles and Ce WORK BU Pbont afijs gr Old and Rare Whl uwm LOUIS WABHIT ProprJe 339 F1F1J P F p NTiJOKY BXOAN SURPRISE SPECIAL SALE No 23 Mens Stylish Winter Oteftfbats sale one week from today I IIOn ending next Friday 5750 I THE BIG STORE 442 Market Fourth to St and 434 between Fifth I West 1 MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO jj 3 xS x3 3 4xSK S THE HOUSE THAT PLATT BUILT Everything Uptodate in MENS FURNISHINGS Shirts to Order and Wedding Outfits Our Specialties N SID PLATT CO Fourth and Alan JOHN IL COU5MAN President DICK SHANtEV Secretary x i A Clearance Sale oft Used Pianos Every used and second hand Piano on our floor must be disposedot If you wish a Piano and feel that you cannot afford the price of a new one you will no doubt find in the list below one that you can afford Chickering Grand t 3750 Kurtzmann Piano and Angelus Piano Player 3250 Kurtzmann Piano and Pianola 3000 Marshall and Wendall Piano 2000 Kingsbury Piano 1500 Easy terms of payment can be arranged for on any of the above instru- mentsMONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO 6st36r3O NfUI2Tig AVENUE GREETING c c r Wishing my many friends and patrons a Happy New Year I desire to thank them for past favors particularly for the splendid Christmas trade that I enjoyed Trusting that their good will toward me continue I am t J BRUNiST4 I 530 West Market Street JEWELER REMEMBER i See 1 THAT THE BEST PLACE IN THE CITY TO BUY rURNITURf WM F MAYERIi 419 W MARKET STREET It It I I I I I I I + I II I I I t1 I I I I H srue CM ft Rogers BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIEST- O SUIT EVERY TASTE Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 w Jetierson Street I11111 I ECONOMYI-n Coffee Bill For 1206 if youll use my great special 3 Lbs of GoodI Coffee fcr soy I Fresh rosst d4veryday and guaranteed the best for the price Try also my special TitA AT 4Sc A POUND Black Green or mixed pure strong and fragrant Rebate tickets worth 6c in trade free with every dollars worth MULLOYCOFFEE seta w lSARKEr aeTRIDEr J LttLLLh riiiieriiiriijpe- le2 u R Gilbert Company INOOKVOIIIlTfD r RtpNstNtaatiwt of fill Fimeieii4 tmwrlttr type wtlffffer1titld Nppikf KiHMf etc IlT act ncACffnlfv J ey BUNK Bok A4tPaNs lox- malUlfAdMltrs s areett aRoutevtfie Ie C OON Vtt MeeeeeeOO 000000Yo V Y V V V V Y V V V I I WHITEANNUALI i BlastiI I ITlis sale so much looked for by careful shoppers is now 0o1ii White Goods Linens Towe1 siI Laces Embroideries Undermuslin iiKeen sighted shoppers will lay in a supplyour prices inpmany instances will be lower than wholesale J BACON SONS IITUE PLACE WHERE QUALITIES ARE BETTER AND PRICES LOWERS eee e ee e 00000000n HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doln g the Past Week General 0 0NewsNotes 0Division 32 of South Boston has a membership of 200 and 1800 in the treasuryMembers of the order in Halifax Nova Scotia have arranged a concert of IrishI e music for January 0 A field day will be held at Chicopee Falls Mass under the auspices of the County Board on July 4 The order is increasing in membership and influence and is considered by many the greatest Catholic society in the United States The District Board of Washington is negotiating for the purchase of a site inI the center of the city upon which it iis proposed to erect a Hibernian hall The newly elected Presidents of Hen nepm county Minn met nt MinneapolisI on Sunday afternoon for consultation and to promulgate plans for the coming year When the beautiful silk embroidered d Irish flag won by the members of Divis ion 15 of New York at the recent Car melite fair was formally presented the occasion was made more enjoyable by a concert of purely Irish music State Secretary Mahoney of the Hiber nian Life Insurance Fund of Minnesota In bis last quarterly report shows that the State officers have been able to make another purchase of interest bearing bonds amounting to 10000 making the aggregate 50000 With one death claim to be paid the order in Minnesota has a balance of 50000 in hands and 12 1Q273 in cash or a total of more than 62000 DESERVED Tribute Paid Hibernian Ladles Auxiliary by Archbishop Ryan While the local division of the Ladies Auxiliary A O H is flourishing there are still many who should belong to it who have not yet affiliated If there be any who have held aloof from the auxil iary through religious scruples they can rest easy after reading the address delivered recently before the Philadelphia auxiliary by Archbishop Ryan Thy are he said examples of those among whom they live of Irish purity Irish honesty and Irish loyalty to God and they have been as I well know after years of experience Their example has had deep andeffective results It is the duty of the young IrishAmerican ladies to cultivate the acquaintance of Irelands daughters so I that they may become imbned with a love for faith and motherland I What Archbishop Ryan says of mem bers of the Ladies Auxiliary in Philadel J phia is true of its members here Every J Irieh American lady whose time and I duties permit should become members of the local organization 8 JOINT COUNCILS Of Louisville YM Ia to Hold Meeting at Mackln Club 1J lIouse Et1 The members of the three Louisville oundls of the Y M I will hold sjoint neeting at Mackia club house 630II wentysixth street on Tuesday night ttorney James J Fitzgerald has been nvited to addreaa tee assembly and ttnity Satolli and Mackin willl each beal eprecented by one orator Thebuelaeee jj If Mackin Council will be hurriedly dis T iheij lent Raidy dMirea the full attendance of members of Mackin Council as well ai hoes of Satolli and Trinity He also av tea all Catholic young men eligible oj r a join the order to become Mackina r iteste OB Tuesday night Mackia Coan eII will furnish refreshments anelaCOIII 1SdttMMDgtra are amply tntertaihed ffr4 tc U a I WILLIAM L BAX Returns to Louisville to SclI Pianos arid Organs For D H Baldwin Co The many friends of William L Barc will be gratified to learn that he ha8 returned to Louisville to make his horn and has taken a lucrative position witb1 D H Baldwin Co on Fourth avenue Mr Bax is prominent in Catholic cir cles musical and social and during his residence in Nashville his smiling coun tenance and splendid voice were sadl 1missed on many festive and occasionsMr began his career as a clerk tiit the employ of the Louisville Nasbvllli Railroad Company ten years ago Afte filling various positions with that company he went to Nashville and titer- obtained more lucrative employment withj the N C Si St L railway Two yearsj ago he became the agent for a Nashville piano and organ house His ability was soon recognized and now he returns this o home city with colors flying His many friends here predict greatt success for him in his new line He cati sell pianos like he does everything else well Mr Box is a nephew of the Very Rev Father Box of this city and is a member of the Knights of Columbus and of the Catholic Knights of America and was for a time Secretary of Branch 25 He is also a prospective member of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and Ispopu lar with all his associat- esEXCHANGE PARTY I Feature For the Next Meet ing of the Ladles Aux- Iliary AO H t The Ladies Auxiliary of the Ancient Order Hibernians met Wednesday night and launched Eta dramatic society While the new venture is still in a state of embryo a feeling prevails that it will be a go The ladies would like the young men who are members of the Ancient Order Hibernians to attend the neXt meeting on the night of Wedues day January 17 On that occasion the annual reports will be read and the feature of the evening will be an Exchange party Everybody present will bring a bundle and the exchanges of these is expected to form a great deal of amuse ment AMUSEMENTS Humpty Dumpty will be the attraction at Macauleys Theater all of next week The company carries 300 people and a forest of scenery Kellar the magician will be the attraction at the Masonic Theater next week He has a number of new and beautiful allusions in addition to his wonderful feats of legerdemain Kellar ts one of the greatest of the worlds magicians and always draws good houses n Louisville Hopkins Theater promises its patrons another excellent vaudeville bill next week Goolmans trained dogs will serve t as a headliner and besides there will bet Nina Morris and her company the Worlds Comedy Four the Wartenberg brothers Raymond and Canerly MayS elfort and Ferguson and Pasimore duringheriTheTigerthe boards at the Buckingham Theater 4 text week After the opening farce c Ales Carr a noted character comedian will present a skit entitled The King of Ui Coffee Fiends It The vaudeville features re mariy new and original Buldal illIgencoi taimst tJ1ItIAPPOINTEDC8 b It win be gratifying to the many friends James T Mackey to know that he has- ireea reappoisted timekeeper by the 01- 1Hrdof Public Works Mr Mackey 81ediawader MaYOr Grainger s ttdmaie sh atlOa1Ml1u blways givaa entire Mt1M ililt aloft u 1 n IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Mr Sloan member of Parliament from Belfast has been employing part of his spare time in delivering temperance lectures in the north of Ireland Timothy ODriscoll an ex soldier of Ardfert is awaiting trial at Cork for complicity in the murder of a school teacher Mrs Elizabeth Riordan who was found 1with her neck broken James Ward of Castlebar County Mayo has been sentenced at the Con naught assizes to nine months imprisonment for inducing natives of Ireland to refrain from entering the British army The citizens of the city of Waterford assembled recently under the Presidency of Mayor J A Power and gave their unanimous consent to the corporation to proceed with the bill for the compulsory purchase of the Waterford bridge from the CommissionersI The trial of Patrick Riordan for the murder of his wife Elizabeth Riordan at Ardfert County Kerry was concluded at the Cork assizes the jury finding the prisoner guilty of manslaughter Both husband and wife were school teachers The Lord Chief Justice sentenced Rior dan to fifteen years penal servitude Landlord and tenants on the Churcher estate County Galway have not reached a settlement as to the purchase of their holdings The tenants have offered seventeen years purchase while the land lord demands twenty years purchase of second term rents all arrears to be cleared off by an immediate payment of one years tent Very Rev Father Casey of Abbeyfeale introduced strong resolutions and spoke for the laboring classes at the recent Nationalist Convention The Irish party was urged to take the earliest available opportunity to demand from Parliament the fulfillment of such pledges as shall without aiding any undue burdens to the ratepayers carry out the law and its practiceEight farmers and tradesmen of the County Cork were remanded at Castle martyr on a charge of criminally con spiring to compel William Motherway to leave his farm to induce people to boy colt him and to injure any one who refused to boycott him Motberway bad taken a farm from which a tenant had been evicted When the eight accused persons were released on bail they were met by a crowd of friends headed by a brass cand and were assorted home One of the accused is Chairman of the local branch of the United Irish League The legality of boycotting has been established by the majority of the Court of Appeal the Lord Chancellor Lord Justice Fitzgibbon and Lord Justice Holmes Lord Justice Walker alone dis seating The Solicitor General who on i this occasion only appeared for the boy cotter laid down the doctrine of the legality of boycotting in his opening statement sod the doctrine was endorsed by the majority of the court There i were said he two classes of boycot ting and one of these was boycotting in he popular sense which was not tile gyh The facts of the case are Clear iin the recollection of the public Miss Sweeney the plaintiff a Catholic had j been appointed sewing mistress of the to tarntall school County Tyrone by the manager Rev W H Bailey Presbyte = ian minister Immediately after the PJ ppolntment Baileys church and real J ence were smeared with great black roseeITke defendant Justice Coote violently remonstrated with Bailey on ic appointment He then called a meeting of parents at which it was greed that a large number of children scladiB his own should be withdrawn OUJtbe school with a view Jto compel le dismissal of the Catholic schqpfmli TBS Whatever maybe thejlaw of the aie it was plainly a disgusting piece of got There WM BO question of safeguarding the religion of the children cause the Catholic girl was appointed I ly to teach sewing The boycott had otterobjectbnt to punish her because III Ii vase a Catholic to prevent her earn r hse bread becaose eke was a Cath ko d J Q t n + It H II It + I It t tt h GREAT SALEOF IRON BED- SGREENES AT I i 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