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I r 9 is s IRISH AMuRIcANT f j 11 1 Pv VOLUME XViNO 2 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JANUARY 13 1906PRICEm FIVE CENTS jj DESERVED I Rebuke Given Editor of Ques tions and Answers De partinenti f 1 y t Distinguished Dominican Uses ja Broad Axe on Base i FalsehoodsI r t 1 I Father Volz Makes Clear That Little Learning Is Very Dangerous e CALL DOWN SURE AND SWIFT J r r The Very Rev Father J IL Volt prior of St Louis Bertrands church and convent and one of the most noted theo logians In the Dominican order called the editor of the questions and answers department of the CourierJournal to time in no unmistakable terms on Tues day morning Father Volzs card was brought about by a publication in the Q and A department of Sundavs Cou rierJournal We give the question and answer verbatim t LoUIsvILLE KYWi1l you kindly mention a few of the most distinguished r authors that state the fact that Pope Joan a female Pope occupied the Papal chairSUnscRInERA French Dominican Steven of Dourbon in his work called The Seven Gifts of the Holy Spirit gives an account and it is thought he obtained his mate rial from an earlier Dominican John of Mailly Dolliuger in Fables Respecting the Popes of the Middle Ages has an account als6 an English translation 1886 of Pope Joan by Rhordes The Romish church has expunged all men tion of Pope Joan from its histories but as vacancyoccurs between Leo IV and Benedict III that history of that time gave to Pope Joan Several profane his torians of that epoch refer to her as a i fact and it is undoubtedly true that for atleast one hundred years the tale was currently believed Such a manifestly absurd reply caused Father Volz to address the editor of the 1 Courler Journal as follows Sirtwill you kindly give space for what I believe to be jjust comment on certain matter appeatin do your issue of rtoday SnmlaJ January 71 In the column Questionsand Answers reply ing to Subscriber who asks for names of a few of the most distinguished authors that the fact that Pope Joan a female Pope occupied the Papal chair thtg pquestions and answers editor makcjjp assertions which are not true and indulges in a tone that is decidedly and justly offensive to Catholics The rules supposed to govern this department state that no question will be answered of a political or religious character As religion may at times be h very much concerned about matters of I r history as well as of doctrine and belief is nut the subject of the female Pope i Joan obviously Intruded into your col umns against your ownrule i According to good usage and unques tionable authority the word Romish is now generally employed in a dispar aging or inyjidious sense In the edi tonal matter under consideration there is also plainly felt a bias unworthyof a r great journal which it is naturallysup posed would bo unwilling to psilt Its numerous Catholic readers and patrons in its own home city In its assertions the Q and A editors paragraph is positively untrue in one part and demonstrably false In two others The gentleman states that the Romish church has expunged all men tion of Pope Joan from its histories I have at hand an edition Paris 1743 of the celebrated Historia Ecdesias tlca of Natalls Alexander O P a learned professor of the University of I Paris who first published his work about 1675 There is likewise in the library of ittblsConvent of St Louis Bertrand the Manual of Church History by Dr ittt Alzog of the University of Freiburg translated by Pabish and Byrne the lat f pubi fished in Cincinnati 1876 And finally not to make the list too long I will men tion the distinguished Studies in Church History by the Rev Renben t s D D second edition New Yoijd- r Cincinnati 1890 These are recognized standard works a of scholarly and exhaustive research by able men widely known to be painstak lug fearless and impartial in their treat Went of their subject Had the Q and a Aedltor seen any one of them he would mot have made the assertion he did and lie would have seen either what he did not know before or what be was not ills posed to tell Subscriber that many able and distinguished Protestant writers have branded the story of Pope Joan as a rank and calumlnous fable The statement thatUa vacancy occurs between Leo IV and Benedict III I r is without foundation It is unsupported by any reliable authority and reputable writers Protestant and Catholic alike have established its falsity by strong valid testimony The third proposition that l4 severalll profane kUtorianrof that epoch refer toI lier M a factlIlsUkewlsCa gratuitous aaeertio To have any force it shouldl be Nckild by MMM of authors andl works oratlleMtbv citation of genuine JlIstOf cal testimony Subscriber arts for MMM of the ri t- ll n authors that state the fact etc Wha- shall be thought of an editor who Dolllnger as having all account whe that savants account tore the old fable to shreds and showed that it bad not a leg to stand on John of Mailly aI Dominican is also mentioned and there Is not a work of his known to be Iin existence Stephen de Bourbon died iinI rfSBlfAzogVfollowing Dolllnger believes the fable of Pope Joan to have been inter polated ino the chronicle of Martin of Poland between the years 1278 and 1312 A little learning iq truly a dangerous thing The Britanaicn fs a good place to get the little and onesided learning on Catholic suhJect The Courier Journal has perhaps al times UOcldUd Otrer Walter it ties admitted on C holid Subject Tfaif SfUcle this same day on tbd drtMlifoidfl fildddalcry filled with exnillHotJflfrei il Ife atffepleft with palpable absurdities tlwi we w6 de- atyits r finding space in the CourfirJouit nat The weird experiences descrlikd therein could easily be duplicated rlg there at home where the ordinary religious exercises of any maaasllo community or sisterhood could equally fire the imagination of a callow and verdant reporter We recall also the monstrously ridicu lous report within the past year of a dispensation to elope etc Really Mr Editor your Catholic readers deserve better treatment at the hands of so widely circulated and otherwise so efficient a newspaper as the CourierJournal J R Vow 0 P Pastor of St Louis Bertrands January 7 1906 This letter speaks for itself and ought to cause a reform in the CourierJournals news columns particularly where Catho tic matters are concerned But in justice to the management of that paper it must be said that Father Volzs letter was published as he wrote it Evidently the editor in chief of the CourierJournal has no intention of offending his Catholic subscribers but he has had sufficient warning now to cause him or his subor dinates to exercise more care in dealing with matters touching on the Catholic church NICELY DONE Phil Sheridan Council Shows Its Appreciation oP a Worthy Lady The members of Phil Sheridan Council Y M I at Bellevue Ky know that it is little things that count They know that the most unexpected pleasures are the most enjoyed For tHia reason they surprised Mrs Joseph A Cassidy wife of the President of the council last Sun day It was Mrs Cassldya birthday and the members arranged a social session for her lady friends The hall was beau rfful1y decorated and all pesent sat down to a game of cards At an opportune moment the games were broughl to a close and First Vice President Henry Bueter in behalf of the council presented Mrs Cassidy with the handsomest wicker chair and llamp that money could buy In his presentation speech he referred to the good efforts Mrs Cassidy had made for the council in the past and expressed the wish that she would live many more years to be a blessing to her husband her large fam ily and Phil Sheridan Council That little act of kindness has added ten year to the life of an estimable lady who has been indefatigable in the interests of the order NEW LIFE To Be Infused Into St Vincent de Paul Soclety by New Methods The Particular Council of the St Vin cent de Paul Society met in St Francis Hall in the basement of the Cathedral last Monday night President James T Campbell occupied the chair and nearly every one of the sixteen local conferences are represented Secretary John A Doyle read a letter of resignation from Vice President Jeremiah Bacon who is now traveling abroad Mr Bacon gave as his reason for lilt resignation his Inability to be in the city and to give the society the necessary attention The Particular Council accepted the resigna tion with reluctance but decided to elect two Vice Presidents at the meeting to beheld oil the second Sunday in Feb rnary These new officials will be expected to visit the various conferences and keep in touch with then After the reports from the various con ferences were read the Rev Father Rock Spiritual Director expressed his pleasure at the splendid showing Prank Wybrant the photographer an- a member of the Particular Council announced that he intended to present a group picture of the council to that body on its fiftieth anniversary next July In order that the picture be well taken it iis urged that members of the council present themselves as soon as possible at hisI 1place of business 431 East Market street t to be photographed I HOERTER AT SPRINGS Fred Hoerter the well known butcher and Assistant Live Stock Inspector forth city is resting and recuperating t Hot Springs Ark During tsum mer hewas painfully injured while man ipulating gasoline launch As conse quence he suffered alp fof several toes For awhile he fecovered rapidly tott caught cold as the fall season advanced and was threatened with hood poftoa HU many friends are aaxioioa tor Id- sItp and permanent rfccovary I r CHEATn Is the Only Terra by Which to Describe A O H Union Meeting thetAudience With Address On Ilibernianiani Definite Stops a Taken Toward Securing Permanent Homo For ihe Order IpSTAh 9T1O REIORIES SOLEMN The Ariflsnt Order of Hibernians reunion on Wednesday night was Indeed a gathering of the clansa veritable love feast Every section of the city and nearly every cquntv in Ireland was represented Those assembled witnessed an impressive installation beard an able address from an eloquent clergyman other addresses from their own members took positive steps toward securing a per manent home and generally passed an enjoyable evening All of the divisions were assembled to take part in the pro ceedings It was the regular meeting night of Division 4 but that body trans acted only such business as was abso lutely necessary and then adjourned to reassemble as part and parcel of the reunion the opening feature of which was the installation of new officers County President Thos Quinn caused the officerselect of the various divisions to stand in front of his rostrum in four lines one fot each division He then addressed them tothe effect that upon their attention to duty depended the suc cess of the order in this city during the year 1906 Turning his attention to those members who were not officers President Quinn called upon them to be regular in their attendance at meetings and to give loyal support to the new officers and thus put the order at the highest pinnacle of success In conclusion he read to each officer the nature of his duties and then fn an impressive manner administered the obligation installing them In their respective positions The Rey Father Denis Murphy pastor of St Williams churcb who had peen invited to delfvei the principal address of the evening was then introduced He spoke about as follows God has made Ireland a weeping Niobe a strangled Desdemona Andwe have been content to sing her woesto commemorate her wrongs of the past Tonight I turn to the living present II have been asked Who are the Hiber nians What do they do I want yourI attention to these things for they AreI my theme tonightIWe came to America not alone byI invitation of the constitution extending to all life liberty and the pursuit of happiness We came as sons and heirs of those who fought for the freedom of the republic in the revolution of those whose Irish names graced the roster of the wars of 1812 of the Mexican war and that ofI 1861 We are the heirs of Charles Car roll of Carrollton of Doughragon Manor and his illustrious brother the first Bishop of Baltimore and of that brilliant galaxy that succeeded them So we stand here not as invited guests but by our earned right for we are the heirs of those men whose sufferings and privations wrought religious freedom for the whole country But more than this we are the people most desired of our country The Irish character comprises the brightest intel lect the tendered heart and the most fearless spirit Look at any walk of life and every community will bring forth the names of successful Irishmen who have done well for themselves and for this country They are not men who rode into prominence on chance fate or some popular hobbyhorse but as just fruit of a character fullpanoplied with talent genius and herd work Examine the poetry of Erin and then look at much of the mediocre stuff published as poetry What a contrast What a tribute to the tenderness of heart divinely given to the Hibernian And where shall we find the equal of their fearless spirit Not in 98for then they fought for the freedom of their country but in the famine years of the fifties when life was offered for liberty of land and home and altar when men andl women fell emaciated by the roadside t hungry athirst and dyingaye andl lipsdi is the highest type of courage SmallII wonder then that Irishmen die bravely in battle and exploring new continents I or that they wring victory no less bril liant In times of peace Nature has given then the highest talents and her supreme gift conscience Qur inheri tance is not only noble but sacred also That is what the Hibernian Istbat iis what we are Vet look at the facts before us Ware e between twentyfive and thirty percent of the population We get one per cent of the political appointment moth ing of school money You have all readI Fath rVoJzs article in Mondays Courier Journal Such occurrences are frequent We can not be1fvetblHl1to be entirely due to luuoaeut ignorance It ia sot Invincible ignorance If faclay the question be flung ct nswho are we we are to blame pnnwlv i Our rights M toj and our own worth atelost sight o because we are eleepiog Some da they may treat us as Hery VIII di- St Thomas a Beck ttf JEitBon us fromtt the grave after centriee of sleep iin death and condemn ulti fer contempt of court L Lyingabout Cathojfei has become fine art We are conUit to beton theS defensive and false Waals are stealing from us the mould thw3t formed our past1 PATRICK J WELSH Popular Presidenttf Division 3 mortgaging If I were a sculptor I would chisel from the marble my ideal of a hero and I would carve on its pedestal the name of Robert Emmet If I were a painter I would make the canvass eloquent with the deeds of the bravest people who ever livedwhose proud spirtno power can ever conquer and whose loyalty and devotion to the hopes o free government no tyrant could ever crash and I would write under the picturesIreland If I were a poet I would met the world to tears with the pathos tmyf song I would touch the heart of humanity withI the mournful threnody of Irelands wrongs and Erins woes JI would weave the shamrock and the rose into garlands of glory for the Emerald sle the landI of martyrs and memorie the cradle of heroes the nursery of liberty Tortured in dungeons and murdered on scaffolds robbed of the fruit sweat andI toll scourged by lot 7landeted by avarice of beartl ower driven f bekeent racelnS 90ns a ana 1uug ers ave DeenI scattered over the face of the earth homeless only in the land of their nativity but princes and lords in every other land where merit is the measure of man The opportunity 7 offers us much We have but to correspond and our fruit will be a hundred fold Father Murphy then spoke on Chris tian education that develops the best in character of the false ideas obtaining about divorce and then of the value of the Catholic press which entering every Irish home moulding thought and exercising influence would do much to show tbetruthand beauty of the Hibernian fostering and chronicling his good deeds rendering him Immune from insult by a hostile or ignorant press In closinghe recalled the right the Hiber nian had won In America his noble past his splendid character and termed him the peerless citizen of the republic After the liberal applause which suc ceeded Father Murphys address had died away Thomas D Clines sang The Crulskeen Lawn in splendid style Alderman George J Butler Kentuckys representative of the National Board oi Directors was called upon and made a brief talk complimentary to the splendid gathering and urging all to make the membership of the order Iin Louisville more than 0000 He also spoke in favor of the proposed new home State PrelPI dent Thomas Keenan was the next speaker He said that he bad been in favor of the home for years As Chair man of the committee appointed to secure options and consider the advisa billty of the home he reported that the committee had made visits to seviraj I sites offered He also reported the formation of n new division at Newport Attorney Thomas Walsh made one of his characteristic and patriotic addresses Michael McGuire recited and Newton G Rogers made an eloquent plea for the Hibernian home With 000 or 700 mem bers he declared the effort shouldnot entail many sacrifices John J Flynn gatherrings vulsed all present William M Higgins made a plea for action now and urged his hearers to make 1900 s record break ing year in local Hibernian circles Dr William B Doherty told many interest ing things in connection with the history of the local Hibernians as far back as thirty years ago After Thomas Clines responded to calls for a recitation Attor ney Rogers moved that the President of each division appoint a committee of three to act with County President Quinn in the home undertaking The motion was adopted by a HI animas sateend about 3000 was pie ged to the move ment at once Joe IiGInn leading off with E500 for Division r 1 a starter During the evea r all th speaking was overIngfDdafte M Mal toy1enptsj J cigarshoti 1t pleased with the result of the unionI meeting I I sowpendinlilIsI pushed and pasted JI I f- n S TRAININCd Young Nan For the Priesthood LouisLLtizarlofs t TwentySeven Young Men Wil- De Ordained During Cora IOJ Spring JEvery State In Union Repre seated by One or More Students FAME OF INSTITUTION IS GROWING Kenrick Seminary the diocesan insti tution for the training of students for the priesthood in St Louis although only eleven years old is gaining name and fame rapidly During the scholastic year 190506 it has 100 students and of these twentyseven will receive holy orders during the coming spring and summer Some of them will be ordained during the Easter season while the others will receive holy orders on June 9 Of the twentyseven not more than seven will remain in the diocese of St Louis after ordination Before students for the priesthood are admitted to Ken ricK Seminary they must have a thorough classical course of at least six years The full seminary course lasts five years during which time they are engaged in studying dogmatic and moral philosophy the sciences and theology Archbishop Glennon is President of the Board of Directors while the Very Rev Father Musson C M is President of the faculty The other members of the faculty are the Rev Father Levan C- ftnM D njllie Rev Father Cronin C M Ph D the Rev Father SouvayC b Ph D D D the Rev Father Crabler C M D C L the Rev Father Hoover C M Director of the seminary and disciplinarian and the Rev Father Brennan of St Lawrence OToolea church professor of science With the exception of Father Brennan the members of the faculty are Lazarists a community founded in the sixteenth century by St Vincent de Paul Its members bre secular priests banded to gettierdn community Hfefor the purpose of preaching and teaching Besides the regular faculty Kenrick Seminary has a splendid director of plain chant or Gre gorian music in Prof Rene L decker He has studied in three noted musical conservatories in Germany and has made a specialty of the Gregorian music HeI and his two brothers conduct a music conservatory in St Louis in addition toI his duties at Kenrick SeminaryIStudents and teachers arise at 5 oclock every morning and half an hour later all assemble for prayer mass and meditation The remainder of the day is spent in study and at 9 oclock in the evening all retire Archbishop Glennon is a fre quent visitor at the seminary and his presence and words afford encourage ment to the young Levites The ordina seminarychapelThe building is spacious and modern It is large enough to accommodate several times as many students as are now there but the Archbishop and other members of the Board of Directors bold the opinion that the fame of the institution will grow rapidly and that the number of students will increase in proportion Solemn high mass is celebrated every Sunday and solemn vespers are sung in the afternoon During Holy Week all the seminarians are called upon to assist the Archbishop at the Cathedral particularly on Holy Thursday when the holy oils are blessed In the 100 students at Kenrick Semi nary every State in the Union is repre sented In years to come historians will tell of Bishops Archbishops and perhaps Cardinals who received their training at this seminary in St Louts a JOINT COUNCILS Or the Y M I Held Rousing Meeting at Mpektn Hall The three local councils of the Y M I held their first quarterly meeting of the new year at Mackin Councils clubhouse on Tuesday night Trinity and Sctolll Councils brought large numbers of their respective members and these with their hosts crowded the spacious hall Ordinarily Mackin is well pre pared to entertain a crowd but the number of visitors on Tuesday night was so unusual that chairs had to be bor rowed to accommodate the visitors I President Charles S Raldy qf Mackin presided and in a few appropriate word welcomed the members of the visiting councils These quarterly meetings be said were for the purpose of promoting good feeling and better acquaintance thatel Attorney James J Fitzgerald who was to have addressed the meeting sent wordI that be would be unable to attend Mr Raids closed by introducing Grand First VIce President and President of Trinity Council Albert1 Martin as tli first speaker Mr ilarlhi commend sdI the work of the Joint Committee sinee ita inception and anewad how it had v l r awakened greater interest in among Catholic young men numberIrOrI all members to work that the members in the three councils tripledAssistant City Attorney J J Kavanagb I representing Satolli Council complimented Mackin on its club house and ii achievements He said the CQUPfcil was a credit to the cityand tb work of iita metroera bad won for them the respects 1aad admiration of all No society he said could do more for young men tha the Y M I It was founded on the eternal principles of love of God and love of country Mr Kavanagh dwe eloquently upon the good that could be donp by reading and circulating Catho flBewspapers and magazines The Y b1 Itt rallr Wi9 foundedon the anCatholicd Plightlastingtt to be as true to the order as toha folio James B Kelly Past Grand Presidentt also made a brief address in behalf ol Trinity Council Louis J Kieffer represented Mackin and in his address which was devoted principally to athletics as an adjunct to the Y M L he evoked hearty applause as be made one after another telling point He said that the gymnasium and athletic classes attracted many who would not otherwise become members and the athletic features he said UladeI it impossible for Catholic young men to have any excuse for joining nonCatholic societies Others who made brief addresses were Joseph Lenihan President of SatolU John J Sullivan Sr of Trinity James T Shelley of Mackin David OConnell of Trinity and William M Higgins editor of the Kentucky Irish American When the speakers had finished all adjourned down stairs where the council had an ample supply of refreshments on hand It was midnight before the last I members left the hall All were loud in praise of Mackins hospitality and of the addresses that had been made during the evening INITIATORY Steps to Be Talcen to Organize Hibernian Dramatic Club At the meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians next Wednesday night initiatory steps will be taken to organize a dramatic club whose members will be taken from the ranks ootheauzi1sryand the dlyis Tons Ifought toTTe unnecessary to urge that a large attendance of both societies be on hand yet in all truth there hasf not been the proper support given thet ladies by their brethren of the Ancient Order Like the men the ladies aretengaged in a laudable workthe social and intellectual elevation of people of the Irish race and their work should be supported morally and mateiially The ladies believe and rightly so that the organization of a dramatic club will bring the two organizations closer together There is plenty of talent in each and all it needs is encourgement and that it should have The study of good dramas is in itself an education This does not mean that our Hibernian ladies and gentlemen are going to essay Shakespearean roles But there are many pretty little comedies that they can undertake and in which they will be able to acquit themselves admirably and well Incidental to the organization of the dramatic club the ladies will have an exchange party All members present will be expected to bring bundles of something and the exchange of these it presumed will be a source of great amusement The ladies are particularly anxious that all the young Hibernians will attend GREAT GROWTH I Church In United States Is In the Pace With Progress At the close of the year 1905 the Catho lie church in the United States shows a gain of 189151 over the previous year The total number of Catholics according- to the Catholic Directory published in Milwaukee is 12651954 The advance I sheets of the directory also show that there are 14484 priests or 627 more than one year ago Ot these there are 10789 secular priests and 3695 regulars who are members of religious orders In the United States there are one Papal delegate one Cardinal fourteen Archbishops ninety Bishops and twenty abbots The total nnmber of Catholic churches in the Union is 11814 an increase of 427 over the year 1904 When it is considered that 4331 miles of rail road were built In the United States this would indicate that about one new Catholic church was erected for every tenmiles of track WILL BANNON REELECTED William P Bannon proprietor of the Standard Wall Plaster Company at 2109 First street was reelected a member of the Board of Directors of the Building Contractors Exchange Mr Bannon ii- a is native of Louisville and is thoroughly identified with the citys business Inter eats His election though merited was somewhat in the nature of a surprise as he had a business engagement which precluded his attendance Nevertheless i hadtIbers His election followed as a matter of eoMtw No greater tribute could be Ipai4hlltiby hit fellow contractors r It KALEIDOSCOPIC Are thQ Changes In British Pol sfiles That Dazzle the Electors ProsontnHeterogeneous Massofln ternecino Warfare- It The Indubitable Evidence That Home Rule For Ireland Will Be Promulgated FADd UiUMH FOR RRDMOiD What will it be home rule or devolu tion for Ireland Will it mean free trade and the supremacy of the Cobden Clnl for England or will it mean an English quetions electors in the united kingdoms of Great Britain and Ireland at tbe present time In England Ireland Scotland and Wales j the various candidates and their supporters are discussing these questions tbe hustings It would take more th a Philadelphia lawyer and a KentncJ Democratic politician to explain the exact trend of affairs so varied are the threads and Into such a tangled skein have they beeu woven The Irish people in America are only concerned about the Irish aspect of Brit ish politics but Irish affairs are now so interwoven with various shades of British pinion that one has a hard task to even follow the Irish thread The Irish Nationalists in Parliament headed by the Hon John E Redmonr made it so impossible for Premier BB four to conduct the affairs of the Cm ernment that be resigned and threw tlburden of forming a new Governme ThereuponArthur s o of the Liberals assumed the duties abaij doned by the Unionist leader and form- a new Cabinet This shifting of tJ burden meant a new Parliament a g leral election The new election is nfl cempaiItj will convene about February 15 J ABut how wi1131read Th themChamberlain or a protective tariff while ma old confreres areas bitterly on to it Sir Henry Campbell Bann new Premier stands for honl and free trade Lord Roseber cates the new Premiers fiscal po opposes home rule In short then England Scotland and Wa divided against themselves In a j they have kept the Irish for centuriesOn other hand look at I There are six political1 parties the 103 members Of these eighty Irish Nationalists headed by J Redmond Tbe other five parts sibly mean well but at the preset they do not count for much Rj has the only united following much is in Irelands favor any means that no matter who yj Great Britain her Parliament tied hand and foot unless Ire necessities are looked after John Morley the new Secreta India speaking in Scotland last Fi said that he believed the only efft method of reforn for Irelandwoul an elective representative body w would have control of Irish affairs ii the direction of the Imperial Par As against Morleys speech Si Campbell Bannerman in his elect dress devotes all his time to an an ment of Balfours government and nothing of home rule The Pre declares that the llast decade represen well nigh unbroken expanse of misma agement and legislation conducted the benefit of privileged classes of Jand adventures abroad hastily embar upon and recklessly pursued and the llegacy the Unionists bequeathe their successors is in the main a of embarrassment an accnmull public mischief and confcsiof lately appalling in its extent cations He declines to rega fours free trade tenets as t than a nominal place inth the majority of the UnIon ts cat reform policy he holds i with incalculable mischief to th and the empire He character tectlon as immoral andxippressi as he says it mus be tin the ejq of the community Inte inter ored trades and financLl grJ declares the policy of his Go wilt be to hold fast to the Urn principles of Liberalism pe omy selfgovernmentanj religious liberty and to purcl stantial continuity of the for without departing from the f nnprovocative methods a1 previous Liberal administra The Earl of Erne Grand Orangemen speaking at N leaf week said that a Iron the question of home rule presentiG added that the- wonkhcotitinuet Unionist foottti The P meet alts ry 1 JiTCNTUOKY AME S w KENTUCKY IRP MJ I flIII MMMHIH IM M MHMt t ret4 te tkeMerall ud Seeta Agysst of all IrIsk1AirtaJ I H pLKENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PftlNtJNapO pUNUHLj i UlSCRIPTlON PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 1C T Bnt r at iiigyl1tPostottIC a Scnctus Matter 4tfifiMllCa fJMfcUittheh KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN326 Well Often Stfttt I LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JANUARY 13 1906 SION YOUR NAME A reputable newspaper pays noI attention to anonymous communi cations If you have news worthy of publication sign your name If you fail to sign your name the tailor has a guarantee that the pretended news is not worth the paper it Is written upon There are a few vindictive persons who occasionally try to wreak vengeance upon their real or supposed enemies through the press Unfortunately some of these communications have found their way into print The Kentucky Irish AmericanI guards its columns carefully andI would rather lose ninetynine realI items than work an injustice upon anyone ANOTHER ROMAN CANARD A few weeks ago the Kentucky ish American called attention to a1 canard concerning a reputedI interview between Pope Pius X and Bishop Byrne that found its way into the daily papers It has 1againI attention to the unreliability of the daily press when it comes to deal ing with Catholic affairsparticu dy to those yarns which are sup sed to have Rome as their foun ion site The latest canardI eared in the CourierJournal this city the Cincinnati En irerl and many other socalledL ding papers last Sunday Itt Is anent automobiles and wouldI H a credible reader to believe the Pope and the whole College ardinals were on their nerves regardfugj their use The and his Cardinal advisors weightier matters to discussI hese selfmoving cars andl eged dispatch from Rome Itten in New York by some had nothing else to write KEEP MOVIN- GIrishAmericans of Louis e certainly keeping pace progress of the city Some haye for years been emi t the law and medicine Sod example has been fol Y many younger scions of e But 6ur people are bg out They are embark the manufacturing build nd commercial enterprises at the record for this week icn like OConnor OReilly araghty in a big ice corpora Welsh in the wholesale pro recedes and commission i I and Brown fsS the pro of a blacksmith shop Then of the big union meeting of Ancient Order of Hibernians the steps taken toward secur a permanent home Is not oving Keep it up There ilenty of us here We can v the goods and get the kf we only stick together O GET TOGETHER nticated rumor has it m William OBrien Is ert res to the Hon John i nd for a working agree I the adoption of a com t of acton in the forth eneray election It is J Be wished that these i reach an amicable setII heir differences at least beasure of home rule isJJ Both men are earnest fc but each insists that are the right ones y Irish American willII I tad these gentlemen I titBtateHUnitedrr I i for peace and t I n thwarted by lack of unity In a new Ire land the rule or ruin policy must have no place The leaders must learn to bear and forbear and whenI Ireland a nation makes her own laws when Emmets epitaph iisI written there will be glory enoughI to go around Catholic men and women ought to pay particular attention to the Investigation into life insurance methods that are being carried onI in various States noticeably inI New York and Pennsylvania InI Philadelphia on Monday the legis lative investigating committee developed the fact that one company paid a lawyer 7500 at one slap to have certain bills looking toward insurance reforms smothered in committee Besides thatt the same committee paid one man 2000 a year to stay at the State Capitol while the Legislature was in session and look out for unfavor able bills There must be some thing rotten in a system which calls for such an extravagant expenditure of money Neither the Catholic Knights of America nor the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America resort to suchI nefarious methods and yet neither society has half the support itI should have from Catholic menI and women Father John K Larkin pastor of St Brigids church at MemphisI has been appointed by Gov Cox to a vacancy in the State Board of Charities of Tennessee All honor to Gov Cox who knows and appreciates a good man Father Larkin will not only accept the appointment but he will beaiI tower of strength to the board andI to the gubernatorial administra tion The arrest of the suspects at a local dive on Wednesday shows that the detective department under the supervision of Capt Thomas Maher is not only up to its work but is keeping all eyes open ORAND DIRECTORS CALLED Frank G Adams Chairman of the Board ofIGrand Directors V M I has called a meeting of that body to be held in Louisville on Sunday February 11 The call states that the boardwil meet at Mackin Council club house at 1 oclock p m This will give visiting members a chance to catch their trains for home on the same evening Grand President Reardon has been invited to participate in the deliberations The Grand Directors are Frank G Adams Mackin Chairman Thomas Garvey Trinity Joseph L Lcniban Satolli Fred W Arnold Sarto Joseph Baker St George Arthur Smith De Fraine Dennis Jo McNamara Lambert Young This is to be the first semiannual meeting of the board and among the important matters to be discussed will be the selection of a city for the next Grand Council RIGHT MOVE t i The City Sinking Fund Commissioners met on Tuesday and abolished the office of attorney for the board This is in perI fect accord with Mayor Earths policy of retrenchment in departments and will mean quite a saving Hereafter the legal affairs of the Sinking Fund Commission will be looked after by the City Attorney and his assistants HARD TO BEAT 0 The American Ice and Storage Company filed articles of incorporation Tues day The capital stock hasbeea fixed at 125000 and the incorporators are Charles J OConnor Peter M OReilly 1 ll- and John T Garaghty all well known IrishAmericans and business men Thet new company ought to start out under very favorable auspices PROMOTEDf Robert Gleason Jeffersonville hasI accepted a position as head of the wodI ipealtenti attbe Jeffersonville Reformatory for many years While his Meads are gkdII that he has beea promoted they regretJ to ses him go BO faraway we uHe job t prIut1a ryus J T 1 f9IE iY I W 5 J i tJ rrfMia Mollie OCpnnorfof Sfew Albany spentl the2 week visltJBg friends inj Corydon Miss Grace Wigginton of Fairfield Iis visiting her cousin Miss Loti Belle Wakened Miss MaryEUxabethsKeeley enter tained thirfy tof Mer friends at a card party last Friday Edward J Paslick who spent tb fj Christmas holidays with his father hireturned to Texas Mias Minnie Blanford who visited her aunt Miss Mary Gleason at Springfield has returned home N Miss Rose Harig is home after a pleas ant visit to her grandmother Mrs Bottle Jerkin at I ltcbfleld Miss Ada Wigginton of Fairfield Iis visiting Mrs Florence Hebel at her home on Cherokee road Miss Alice Terstegge of New Albany has returned to St MarysoftfaeVVoods School near Terre Haute Miss Florence Daly who is the guest of relatives at Blesslngton will return the latter part of next Veek Miss Mamie Reid of 1123 West Broad bwayt dinner last Sunday evening Miss Lizzie Hagan has returned home after a pleasant visit to her mother MrsiL C C Hagan at Elizabethtown Miss Margie Beile Ryan has returned home after a pleasant visit to Miss Maria Wilkerson at Pleasure Ridge Park Miss Katheriue F Morgan of 98 2 Dumesnil street spent three days this week with friends in the West End John J Grogan of the J M Robinson Norton Company is being congratuI lated by his friends this week Ask him why Miss Mary Coleman of West Market street has recovered from an attack of pneumonia and is able to meet her friendsMiss Anita Muldoon who spent the last three months at Danville N V t is expected home during the latter part of this month Mrs Nellie Hawkins a popular teacher Iat the Portland avenue school is confinedI to her home on West Chestnut street by serious illness Frank W Krieger well known in East End social circles left Thursday to spend two months traveling through the Southern States John R Glenn a popular Illinois Cen tral railrord engineer is visiting his siy WrtBrecklnrldge Miss Julia Cooper of Lebanon and Miss Nellie McAtee of Bowling Green i are guests of their cousin Miss Myra McAtee 616 West Oak street Desire D Miller who spent the holidays here has returned to Kenrick Semi nary at St Louis to resnme his studies He expects to be ordained in the spring Miss Bessie A Kirwan daughter of Mr and Mrs John Kirwan entertained I her little friends at her home 1605 Werf Jefferson street last Saturday afternoon Mrs Oscar Coldewey of Cincinnati who came here to attend the Schulten Tarpy wedding is the guest of Miss Nora Lee Hamilton West Walnut street Miss Celeste Tevlin bookkeeper for the Norton Coffee Company has beenI confined to her home 2542 St Cecil aI street during the past week by an attack of grip Thomas Grimes who senthe Christ mas holidays with his mother 2406 Wfc Chestnut street returnees Gethsemane College Wednesday The young man lai making an excellent record there Thomas J Keaney left Tuesday even ing for Tucson Arilzoua and will spend several months in the far West Before returning home he will visit Memphis New Orleans and Los Angeles Cal John N Velten the Chief Deputy County Assessor who has been confined to his home by a threatened attack of pneumonia is still very ill but his phy lciuns and friends predict his recoveryMr Mrs John F Oetken enter tamed a party of friends Thursday even ing at their residence 1323 East Oak street New Albany Vocal and piano solos were rendered by Miss Margaret Blue and Mrs Oetken Miss Eva Horn of New Albany who recently graduated from a training school for nurses at Cincinnati has been appointed to a fine position at an Infirmary in Pueblo Cat Sue will leave for her new pojIt next weeks Albert Freville S Superintendent tbeI National Foundry and Machine Company is confined to lshome132U West Chestnut street by a severe attack of inflammatory rheumatism His friends hope that lie will soon be fully restored to healthIi Oscars WllIs the manager of Grote I aUeysbad a happy smile and handshake j or all this week A new bowler arrived at his home V28 rtat BrecVinrMge street and the proud father is anxious to I arrange a baby show III as adjunct to the forthcoming bowling tournamenttI Miss Pearl it Bonier and James KJ Blasins were Unitedllin the holy bnndsnt matrimony at tt Marys Catholic church New Albas jyoa TTuewky m nlBftke J1VP Mnltti oftciatUg J1fIt i c couple are prominent in New 1 Y society circles and after the HHp Ihappy emoaYdepa ona brkJal ilrip 3 f The marriage of Frank Hoffler atid Miss Margaret Elizabeth Fraacies was felemiiizecl at Holy Name chirabie Rev Father John OConnor officiating The attendants were Stephen C Toomey and Henry Hardin The bride prior to her marriage resided at 439 East Walnut street and is a young lady of charming personality Mr Homer is a plasterer and his many friends are offering their congratulations Cards are out announcing the ap proacliing1 marriage ofMs4 Adele Sani of this city and AngeioPeiosr Sbelby ville The nuptials will be solemnized at the Cathedral of the Assumption the Rev Father Raffo officiating at 9 oclock Wednesday morning Jgpuary 24 After a short bridal tour Mr sod Mrs Pelosi will make their botne at Shelbyville where the groomtobe is a popular oung business man The brideelect is a daughter of Mrs Flavia Sani and came to this city from Italy about eighteen months ago She met her intended husband for the rsttlme irfjtaly Miss Mary C Ridge the charming young daughter of Major Patrick Ridge entertained a few of her young friends at her home 1211 East Broadway on Fri day evening of last week The parlors were tastefully decorated with carnations and smilax Tbe hostess was assisted in receiving by Misses Abbie Chester and Hattie Brunck Among those present were Misses Edna Cook Mamie Judge Florence Sobn Minnie Stonestreet Ella CrHck Rose Herpst Christiana Mc Allister and Messrs Charles Finnegan Fred Leffler Jack Campbell Vincent Brunck Walter Higgins William Zehn der Robert Dickens Edward Reese Michael and Coleman Ridge Mrs Henry Taylor Mr and Mrs John Ridge and daughter and Mrs Patrick Ridge A pleasant surprise party was tendered Mr and Mrs Dennis J Heffernan at their home 2406 West Chestnut street last Friday night Dancing andvocal and instrumental music was the order of the evening Miss Julia Kelly rendered several soprano solos that won her pro longed applause Simons band kept the dancers busy until 2 oclock in the morning Among those present were Misses Stella McKown Mary Murphy Gladys Hardin Nellie Early Lorine Flanery Katie Murphy Julia Kelly Myra SJnitb Mayme and Nettle Brait ling Mesdames Wybrant Ayers Mono han Clapun Malia Delaney Dyler Mrs Catherine Grimes Heffernan and dangjjtgri Mary apd Messrs Will and George Heffernan Harry and Thomas Grimes Frank Deuser William OToole Joe Lex Michael Kelly Frank LanabanIIi John Stewart Thomas Nolan John Kinney Will Welsh Richard Smithi Paul Ayers Patrick Grimes Dennis and Carl Heffernan Frank Wybrant John Dyler and others One of the prettiest weddings of the season was that which united for life Miss Elizabeth T J rpyand AlexJ Scbul ten The ceremony was solemnizedIt St Charles church at 10 oclock Wednesday i morning the Rev Father Raffo officiating The statuary was tastef nlly decorattfdn egflii Jjhd white for the occasion Miss Fannie Bess OReilly was maid of honor Sin was attired in a pale green silk gown and carried a bouquet of white roses The bride wore a lace robe over white silk and the regulation tulle veil and carried a shower bouquet of white roses The ushers were Messrs Leo Schulten ClifJ ford Clark George Cross and Will Lewis of Nashville After the ceremony the 1 brides parents entertained the bridalI party at breakfast at the Gait House Mr and Mrs Schulten left in the after noon on a extended honeymoon trip through the East and South The bride is the charming daughter of Mr andII Mrs Thomas W Tarpy and the groom jis a son of John J Schulten and a mem ber of the firm of John J Schulten Co GIRLS WON PRIZES Branch 4 Catholic Knights and Ladles of America gave an enjoyable entertain ment at Ostraders Hall on Wednesday night Much of the success was due toi the work of Messrs Dennis J Heffernani and John B Stickler Little Missesi Katherine Grimes and Mamie Reilley won most of the prizes offered FORTY HOURS Forty hours devotion will begin at St Michaels church on Brook street between Main and Market at the late mass tomorrow The pastor the Rev John Sherjdan has made arrangements to have the services unusually solenn The exercises will close on Tuesday morning NEW BUSINESS Thomas A Maguire has purchased the business of James W Coucbman at Fourth and Avery avenues and will carry a full line of dry goods and notions Mr Maguhe is well known in South Louisville and will no doubt establish a large trade IP THE GRATE SMOKES If the grate smokes light the fire from the top In order to achieve this properly cover the bottom of the grate with a piece of brown paper build up a wall of coal round leaving a bole in the middle coyer it all with a piece of dry paperlay pieces of wood crossing each other overt j then more paper and a few cinders set light to the middle paper and theII sticks etc will kiii die and fall into the hollow ceater la half an hour there will be a goodire vldch will not smoke but it mxat act be i irred- Oermany ihas I raveling schools for teaching scientific b HMekeeping cooking o- nd farat work to t women couected with the BgriwlmUl districts of Badea Bavaria and other pd theyare declared to be a great MccessJ ratronke oar edrtI1ers t c u FEDERATION p Y Selects Able and Jntellttfcnt Officers Forth EnsuS Ini44 W 5S i V nil The Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies held its regular monthly me tlngat the Catholic Womans Club on Thursday night and during the evening elected officers for the ensuing year President James B Kelly presided and in his annual report showed that thirtythree societies were I affiliated with the Federation Secretary Eugene J Cooney also read his report I and Treasu r Stenerts report tiowed that the organization was free from debt The election of officers resulted as followsPresJ4ptMagistrate Patrick T Sulli van First Vice President Anthony J Sheridan Second Vice President William Hill erich Third Vice President Miss Mary SheridanSecretaryJohn J Crotty Executive CommitteeSamuel Robertson Mrs Margaret Foley Michael Reichert Miss Mayme Kiely William M Higgins and Henry J Bloemer No change was made in the per capita lar CHARLEY BROWNS VENTURE Charles F Brown one of the most popular members of the Louisville Fire Department has resigned to embark in business for himself and has opened a blacksmithing and horseshoeing estab lishment at 121 West Walnut street He is a member of Mackin Council V M I Division 3 A O H the Knights of Columbus the Eagles and St Vincent de Paul Society Mr Brown made an departmentfromMonday RECENT DEATHS Michael Reardon a respected Irish American citizen of Portland was bur Iled fronvifae jCburch of Our Lady qn Monday njprnlng The deceased was fiftysix years old und lis survived by his wife Mrs Mary Reardon and two sons William and Patrick Reardon His bereaved family have received many expressions of condolence Miss Agnes McGrath a native of Jeffersonville and well known in that city and Louisville died at Pueblo Col last Saturday She had been in poor health for than a year and went to Colo rado last March in the hope of recuper sting Her sister Mrs E P Hart resides at 1722 Sixth street in this city and the remains were brought here for bin hi Mrs Ellen Connolly died at the home of her daughter Mrs Charles Ernwine 1613 West Market street last Sunday night She was the widow of Martin nnollpapdwas sixty years old For the past year she had been in declining health and her death was not unexpected The deceased was held in high esteem by her friends and neighbors and the funeralwhich took place from St Patricks church Tuesday morning was largely attended Capt James C Rudd died suddenly at his home in Owensboro on Wednesday Tile deceased wns born in Jefferson county seventytwo years ago and was a descendant of one of the earliest families in Louisville At the age of twenty three he married Miss Colgate Moore of Bardstown and a year later took up his residence in Owensboro There he amasseda competency and became prominent in business affairs His widow and three sons William Charles and Richard Rudd survive him He is also survived by his brother John Rudd ofI this city The funeral of Mrs Katie LGast who died at her home 1525 West Madi son street on Saturday took place from the Sacred Heart church on Monday t morning She is survived by her bus band Adam S Gast and four small Children her mother Mrs Catherine Halligan and a brother John Halligau J driver of the No2 Engine Company Mrs Out was thirtysix years old and was well known and highly respected in the community in which she lived She had been ill only a few days and suffered from pneumonia Solemn requiem mass was celebrated at the funeral and the great number of floral designs testified that she was held in high esteem The funeral of Adam Hoetle the well known contractor and builder who died 1 t his home 1920 Floyd street on Satur day took place from St Pauls church n Monday morning The deceased had suffered from diabetes for several YMraOj For ft time be partially recovered but ten days ago suffered a relapse Prom o thatti Mhbcanditiea grew rapidly worse wattlI the wd came oa Saturday V 3 0 L TO THE UBLIOO Jr Itv- imIil desire tiie toannounce to my c friends that 11am now con nwtedjwitli J im ft BLIkCOr lr 529531 Fourth Avettie l PIANOS AND ORGANS And rjtr tnythingII Home Phone 61 Cumb Phone Maln61 i I FORGOODNJS35AKEWhen MOTHERS BREAD That Comes First Into Mind Because It Is the Best 1HI 11IIII 1 +1 HHHliHI1 t t 1 M t IHHHHS1 t t H ll I+I 1 III I I iit H iIiiIlI I I THE NORTON COFFEE GO IMPORTERS BLENDERS AND ROASTERS O- Ft HIGH GRADE COFFEESIIIMPORTERS OF FINE TEAS IIOffice Warerooms and Mills 347 W Main HHIuMt t llMiHiHHIHIIIhhlIII1 I I I H1 iiI tIIizxIII10iII1 iHHH Both Phones 3399 DR J T CHA WKS Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICALIfORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered OFFICE INFIRMARY AND SHOEING FORGE 10071009 W BROADWAY LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS 544 Fourth Avenue Painless Extraction Examination Free I 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 am 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 Xaverlan Brothers Classical Scientific and Business Courses Preparatory De EquipptstGymnasium M7 ULEVS One week commencing Monday Jan 15 Thomas Dlxoo Jrs fireat PUy THE CLANSMANMatinees Wednesday and Sat- urdayHOPKINS limB CLASS VAUDEVILLE TWO SHOWS DAILY Opening Week Beginning Sunday Jan 15 W Younisoas Famous Aieref atlei SPOOK MINSTRELS Vaudevilles Latest Novelty Four Sensational Boise presenting wonderful casting act Klein and Clifton eccentric singing and dancing Famous Tourist Trio highclans harmony and comedy Sullivan and Pasquelena the newsboys appeal Great Francelits the strongest couple in the world Lavinia DeWitt worlds champion lady cornstlst the lchodrom with Raffles the Amateur Crac6xuan BUCKINGHAMMATINEE WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY JAN 15 T W blnktns Famous Show THE UTOPIANS One of be Empire Circuits Guaranteed Attractions I An open offer of 1000 10 anyone that that can prove tbat we do not carry one of the largest burlesque companies A wife and several children survive himr He is also survived by his brothers Jacob Hoertz tbe building contractor and George Hocus John Hoertz tbe ScbooII Trustee and Henry Hoertr the Wharf master are nephews Fred Hoertr who died in 1904 was a brother of the deceased GRAND EUCHRE A grand euchre will be given by the CliftoCrescent Club at Delmont Han 573 Story avenue on Thursday evening January J8 A handsome buggy will be disposed of during the evening The euchre games will be called at S30W clock sharp Handsome favors will beodistributed and the admi ion fee will be 5nlyDont measure a maniVa1ncrly le the Igor ol his htaasbaki G F l WJD BAXlJ c8T06SUNDAYS DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work done for the lean money Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just es we advertise All work guaranteed DR JAqQUCHMAN Dentist MIl FOURTH AVE UEffJu CLewtC KATIE AGNES SMITH IndteiUcat at pU VnderlaVtri LADY EMBALMER chilIto order at reasonable prices All calls answered promptly day or night Home phone 1677 Office 2406 Payne St PETER M AHDRIOJ SOMS WAGON MINUFICTURERS Carriage Hepalrlag andd Halter Tires 205 and 207 WEST OREN ST CJ SCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE f Hams Bacon Pork Lard Sausages Etc STALL2Kl3NTltJClYMARKE1 4 Fifth and Green Streets TELEPHONE 224 1 The Busy Mans Line IELWE- NLOUISVJLLE I EVANSVILLE ST LOUIS and SOUTHWEST IS VIA LOUISVILLE JENIfllSON i ST LOUIS RY 1 HENDERSON ROUTE Pullman SFeefiers Free Reclining Chair Cars Special roundtrip Homeseekers rates to south est and west first and third Tuesdays January nd February 1WO 8pecialtourist rates to CoU 5411dallyeolon rates to southwest Tickets ancjFebruary1MiMCHER Traveling Pan Agent I JJRWJNi earstaasArnt j n S o yiii oAii1 JW INSURE YOR LIFEr QW INS THE Catholic Knights ofAmerica This is the safest and cheapest insurance society in the United States and has a special reserve fund of nearly 800000 Every CatboHcmaa should protect his wife and chidren by carryibgi policy jn holdc t jand established HfeiinsMWice organization AnTexamination of Its rates will convince you of its superiorlty4over Jail others Remember that life is uncertain and delays dangerous Isure now while you can and protect your loved ones and applications or any de There are many branches In Louisville sired information will be furnished by officers and members or by the OllNTRAL CoDLDnWTEE 4 NEWTON 6 ROGERS Presidenf QITNJ SCOHBi ecrttary jr r SonJQran i 1 1 4ai AL SMITH Proprietor 1r Funeral Directori and Ettibadneif Carriages Furnished for AH Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 t t tit t It H A HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 JJ BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 ETtST 71Z tmN STREET With the assistance of my SOBS I will continue the undertaking business of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT MIHlt tIT I tIHM1t t I 1 tMt Z MMIHlH1 1 1 t H 1 t t t t tuI THOMAS KEENAN I Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 1J65 f A11atlepromptlyattendedtodeyornlghtCerrlagesrurntshedI i 3 1225 W MARKET ST t M 11 HH+l t t u t tHnunn t t t t Ill111HH1M1 +t lot H Notlc DOUGH5J1 Funeral Director AN H IIUUI1HI L H STRACB B TRACY IL BOTH 3631TRACY STRAUB IFUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS II IIcfrlacMrt Pmrmlttt MARKET STREET UL i61 4 H M MMHMMMM F+ It CHAMPAGNES 4 nilE AL K04B9 j0e West Green Street LIRIIOBlCIOARS4aa n HEBEMAM BROS IJLPoJltJtJUI PINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Tefepteme 1948 234 Sixth Street LIQUORS VALS SALOON a VAL LESTER Prop Hot LHHCH every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 4K4R9 VIT GREEN ro Pioneer Bottling House FOR 11 STRAIGHTo 1HISXIES er- RIG 4UQ AT DO- OM11111JJflat I SiPWAVlisi I t- 1h1 iJ1 lp tll tt itI t DANIEL JJe I l and Embalmer IButh Phonss 29HCrdesFutwWhsdAllt ocasloac Calls AMwei lProBjptlyv Lay or Night IG23II we Markt1i9aetii and 1311 t tt I I I I I I PHONES t 1531 W i 111111 1111 MMM t + I t I I I WINES 0e 845 I t WINES CKAftS t BT- C30 u c I I ILatest winter styles are now on sale Our price are within via b oi all MANHATTAN RESTAURANT AND LUNCtlOUNTER OPEN DAY AND NlOUT 504 W Jefferson StreetOTTO E VENT Proprietor Hone Phone 4715 CarabiiSo JW60NNOR BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR nEAtW1N LATHSfSHINGlESy ziii2127 Twelttysixtk Str t i4eYNoK 4rr pssrx- c t n L yr HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General I i r News Notes Stf r- John 1 Kenefick of Division 4 is able to btNout and atwork after an illnessof severaltiveeks l- J met Lyons of ptvTsion4was reported as seriously ill at the lalt meet ing of his division At the next meetings of each of the divisions the respective Presidents will announce their standing committees All members of the order have been invifedL Jtb Attend the meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary next Wednesday night Divisions 1 and 2 and the two Ladles Auxiliaries at Richmond Va are arrang ing for joint celebration of St Patricks day J Sobn E Tracy the well known under taker has been transferred from the yrra9lyHlgtljripioa 59 No 1of this city I Tie Rhode Island State officers made fen official visit to Woonsocket on Sun day and assisted at the installation of the new officers of Division 6 National Organizer Ryan of Buffalo who is well known in this city has been compelled to resign his office owing to I the pressure of private business Local members of the over will be sorry to learn that National Vice President James OSullivan Postmaster at Philadelphia is very seriously ill It is noted with pleasure that in the New England and Central States of the- East that the State officers attend a meet ing of one or more divisions every week This Is a good way to promote and keep I up enthusiasmAt 1is members of the order and Ladies Auxiliary of Ramsey county will give a ball on Monday night Mem bers and their lady friends from Henne pin and Stillwater counties have been especially invited The ball promises to be the event of the season Division 35 of Boston was recently entertained by Assistsnt District Attor ney Michael Dwyer whose lecture was entitled An Evening With Moore The speaker recited severalI of Moores best poems and illustrated them with stereopticon views and music Division 1 tnet Tuesday night bat owing to the tact that tb Union meeting was to be breld on the next nightxhe attendance was sm1 Matters of importance fire to come upat the next meeting Tuesday Jaioary 23 and Presi dart Mullay desires r fun attendance A public installation of the oGcers f BivlsiotrNS was bold at Rome N Y Oistrict Deputy George W Bisynes was she installing dHcers while County President Keenan presided Following the ceremonies an interesting literary I and UsicallFQgramme was carried oar Division 4J Ladies Auxiliary said iDivtoon3 of lhe A O H of Minnea polls thelds point installation last Sun day Theitwo societlesiocidentallyteld- a and an interesting pro grs awe of vscal and instrumental music waogiven after the Instillation Several children of Ere members took part in the erstertainmontlRDINATION Of Harry B Tlerney Hastened iby Serious Illness ef His Mother Harry B Tierney who visited friends in this city and Stvteduring his vacation last auauner and who has been com pleting bis theological course at Kenrick Seminary St Louis will be ordained a priest at St Joseph Mo on Friday next He would not have been ordained until March had it not been bis mother Mrs Mark Tierney became seriously ill Mr Tierney spent the Christmas boll days at her bedside and while her con dition is somewhat Improvedshe is still far from well Her sop is now on an eight day retreat preparatory to receiving holy orders I On Wednesday the Right Rev Bishop Burke will confer upon him the order of subdeacon On Thursday be will become deacon and on Fridayhe will bf ordained priest He will celebrate bis first mass at the St Joseph Cathedral on Sunday January 21 Mr Tierney will be one of the first members of the Cathedral parish in many years to be elevated to the priest hood He was one of the biightet students at Kenrick Seminary and Presi dent of bis class He is alsoI a poet of reputation and many admirable things from his prolific pen have appeared in the Kentucky Irish American MACKIN COUNCIL Mackin Council Y M 1 held its regular meeting on Tuesday night but owing to the fact that the other two councils were its guests for the evening President Raidylallowed only necessary routine business to be touched upon Three new applications were received and several sick claims were allowed Communications of purely business chat after were read and referred to the proper committees Congratulatory let ters were ordered sent to Arthur Kin sella and William Klein who recently gave up their positions in the Bachelors Club to become BenedIcta The meeting I then dissolved in order to take part in the deliberation of tile three councils iRISB+AMERICAN MAYOR While Boston and other Eastern cities have elected Irish American Mayors from time to time at least one Kentucky town has gotten into the procession Paris the county seat of Bourbon andl right in the heart of the Bluegrass re gion has an IrishAmerican Mayor ln the parses oft James OBrien who wasI Installed jMtMo day Miyor OBrienI U aa able fawytr and baa served eight ywrra in the Parts Coaacil Ideate sale 1 SC1ETYDIRECTORYA DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues J day Evealngs of Bach Month + MulloyViceRecording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr I iiiFinancial Secretary =Peter J cu ck lOmDan1ntreet r j f4 WalshTreasurer Thomas SergeantatArms2dward Craddick DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of leach Month President Con J Ford VlcePresident William T Meghan Treasurer OwenKeiran Recording Secretary Joseph T Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney DIVISION 8 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings f Each Month President Patrick J Welsh Vice President John HennessV Kording SecretaryDonni9 dole matt Financial SecretaryDaniel J Dough erty Treasurer George J Butler Ser eantatArDsTbomasNoon Sentinel Martin Sheehan DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Bach Month President John A Murphy Vice President Joseph L Lenihan Recording Secretary Frank P Burke Financial SecretaryEmmet OSulli van 1520 Seventh street Treasurer William J Connelly SergeRntatArmsRobert Mitchell SentinelWilliam Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEPFKR80NV1LLE Meets on the First and third Tuesday at Pfatfs Hall County President Michael Kinney President Robert Oleason Vita President Michael Breen Recording Secretary J B Murphy Jr Financial Secretary Thomas Gleason Treasurer lnycs Constantine Marshal Pete Madden DoorkeeperDwen McCann Baaner CattierLawrence Ford Y M Iii i MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Onb House BSOTwenty txth Stree- tPresbentCharles S Raidy First Vice PresldtntLouls JKieIfer- Second Vice President 4D Oliver Pat tonReaordingSecretaryiJohu L Boland pwrrejpondingSecretarv iFrank Lana hen Financial SecretRry FrankG Adams Treasurer Daniel Weber Ttlarshal JcmesL Mullarkey Inside SentincilCharlesOswald- Outside SentinelLouis Kinsella for enterprise and progress said his friends predict tbat his administration will be crowned with success NOBLE DEEDS Of Charity Are onelby Mcm bens of St Vlnnentde Paul Society Thomasf M Mulry Prcedent of th Society of Vincent delWjMn Ntw Vora- City in his last quarterly report innouDceR that there are seventy con ferrnces of the society with more than 1300 members in the boroughs of Man hattan and the Dronx During the veer just ended these members spent 78000 in assisting needy spoor while the Particular Council spent 8000 in support of special works of charity The great majority of members of the society are poor men and hence have a kindly feeling for their unfortunate brethr- enAMUBMENTS The Clansman which has created sensation all over the South and repeating it in the Northwill be the attraction at Macauleys Theater all next week Matinees will be given on Wednes day and Saturday The Utopians a troupe of vaudeville and burlesque artists will bold the boards a the Buckingham next week This show is filled to the brim with mirth music and elaborate electrical effects The company is said to be one of the largest musical extravagant organiza done on the road The Fitzsimmons OBrien fight pictures will be the special featureUnder Southern Spies It from the pe of Lottie Blair Parker author of Way Down East It will be the attraction at the Masonic Theater next week The play was seen here last year and at once sprang into favoritism The story is one of human interest and bar enough comedy to relieve the pathetic incidents There will be the usual matinees oa Tuesday and Saturday The Spook Minstrels will be th topliners at Hopkins Theater nest week Among the other vaudeville turns prom ised are the four Boneees in an aerial act Sullivan and Pasquelina Klein Clifton the great Francellos De On brothers and Lavinia DeWitt The head liners act is a novelty and borders more or less on the spectacular ThX business at Hopkins this week shows no falling off despite the fact that the holidays are past Be sure ypu are right and then tak another look C K ol AThe Catholic Knight of America offer no socalled Endowment Policy because this is not the prima object of life insurance The first ai I of life insurance is to provide for the unexpectI support e C providesWrite Fells Gaudin Ne a Orleans La or to Secretary Anthony SnFour Telephones twelveI Wagons and Hor8etActrl aI mans Cuscaden DeliversI Ipe Cream qulok I W IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled tFrom Exchanges Irish peat postal cards in three colors Iii one of the latest industries recentlyetGalwayThomas Mohan Castleblayney has been appointed Justice of the Peace for MonaghanAnepidemic is prevailing in the East Kerry district and quite a nupberofdeatbs has resulted I Michael Doberty a Donegal farmer was found deaden the Corepherin mount alas Death resulted from exposure Sister Mary Frances of the Mercy order died recently at Wexford Bbe was the daughter pf Gregoty Rocufbrd of that city 1 1 The SekConer Annetta of Dun Rrvaf was wrecked at Yougbal and Capt Kirby and a boy John Smith off YoughalI weredrQwued v Joseph Devlin M P speaking n BelI fast announced that the Nationalists would contest West Belfast at the coming general election A body of Orangemen held a meeting anylegislativelution or home rule James J Phelan bas beerelected the Cityandvacancy caused by the death ofSo ara A 1bin speechdeliveredduty of thftifefe tprrty was to accelerate the worVtt Of the land purchase act in counecQoa with the reinstatement of evicted tenants Tim HeaJy M P at a recent speech utlhndalkodecJRred tbat the United Irish League bed made war upon him in bis Forts Ito lie returned for North Loutb He announced tbat he would give them war if fast was what they wanted The Rev Brother Jerome Walsh died at tDralee Hewas born in Sligo seventy four years ago and bad been a member of the Christian brothers since his twentieth year He had labored at Dublin Limer kk Dungarvan Westport Athy and Tralee Arrangements for the national exbibi tion of Irish industries is progressing favorably The committees have an option on a desirable site in the city of Dublin The grounds are richly wooded and possess many o ber scenic attractions The exhibition will be held in 1907 Chief Secretary Bryce has consented to receive in Dublin Castle a deputation from the Parliamentary Committee of the Irish Trades Union Congress some time this month The deputation will submit to the Chief Secretary their views on industrial questions as they affect the welfare of Irish workers At a recent meeting of the Standing Committee of the United Irish League held in Dublin Michael Davit and sub sequently John E Redmond M P approachingegeneral election and owing to the fact that members of the Irish Parliamentary party Bud of the National Directory would be very busy for several weeks to come it was decided to postpone meetings of the League already arranged since the services of speakers could not be guar spreadS NONCATHOLICS Or Newport Will Hear CathQ llcity Expounded by Missionaries andaThomas Cooney will deliver a course of lectures to nonCatholics at Newport during the week beginning February 4 The meetings will be held at Odd Pel lows Hall and the Right Rev Bishop Maes will deliver an address on the opening evening The subject of the lectures for the respective evening will be as follot i Jesus Christ Is He God The Bible Ii It the Sole Teacher of Gospel1indlfferentism tl Is One Religion As Good As Another Why Tell Your Sins to a Priest SuppernVirgin Mary Who Is She St Peter and Pius X Why I Am a Catholic There Shall Be One Fold and One Shepherd BATTALION OFFICERS The election of battalion officers Knights of St John was held at St Bonifaces school hall Tuesday night followseColonel Theodore Poppe Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Bates Senior MajorH H Von der Heide BloemerdMajorroBloemer are members of St Michael Tiommandery Lieut Col Bates is a member of St Josephs and MCjor Von der Heide is from St Martins SACRED HEART LEAGUE SteAnthony church at Bellevne has elected the following officers for the ensuing year I PresidentMrs Forstner DalymTreasurerMrs Hafoel Secretary Mis Catherine Kearns Sacristans Misses Mayme McGratk and Annette Byrne Custodian MiM Prances Craig KeboeGFATHER TWOHIGS CHARGE The Rev Father John F Twohlg has bees appointed pastort of the church at BKerly South Dakota with Grover M a ri- o u MHMMMMtMHMMMfH + JAMES S9WDERS tt15J153 West Jefferson Street t iatu40ystersi 863tt + + + ees4 fRflNK fflffi BRE1N6 60 tNtOlUiORA1JIID Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY =DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Beet BREWED BY SINN ACKERMAN BREwI1T CO1IPA1 Y- zxooxroxaxEnTELEPHONE 4B2 LOurVxrIJJ PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TELEPHONE U3eSO Louisville Branch Fourteenth and Jefferson Sts Cutnb Phone flaln 1913 tiomePhoeea1piyzw WIEDEMANBREWING Celebrated Draught and Botttefll SearsSold at all leading barsand cafes Renowned for purjty sftengtbnnd eiciljlenfflave Gruber Deuser Managers LoulsvllJe IZ y 1 ASK FOR DIERSE NSFINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story AvenuebTelephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN B PRANK VVALTERS 11 Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone aooa LOUISVILLE KY We ring out good news at the very start of the year and inform all wise builders that while Diamond Wall Plaster is the best it is not the most expeu give It in not affected by frost or freezing weather two hours after it baa been applied Kentucky Wall Plaster Go t Incorporated TELEPHONIi2267I Bruk and Rlvir iovIsfilMyre Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plea ter JefersoaviHej 2nd Telepaoae 565 sei sHOII father Twokiqwiaa formerly a Deal need kWrwi im tfcbdfy lu itltoilit rer tttle esatppffi CB THOMPSON FLORIST 1 ROSEBUDS A SPECIILTy FLORAL DESIGNS 882 Fourth Avenue 281WltrstIlSI Both Telephones 1080 All orders receive prompt tttloasat- lsfactfon guaranteed HENRY AAIJJ PPITLS r DYER AND GLEANER Ladles and Gents Weariij Amrfl WORK GUARANTEES Phone a6sa 528 FiftkStrwtT Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty mmijGRAS iEiEX6HAKc ilfOUIS WA1tttTztCd PrditIrS I IrfmJiST i REj rr F TiF fQ TUOJPAM1XC rEnd of Season Slaughter Sale AT THE BIG STORE 424 to 435 West Market Street Begins today Saturday at 8 oclock Everything will be sold whatIISEASON SLAUGHTER SALE Prices anybody knows x that means at 1I1TI M MARBLESTONE BIG STORE CO I i N SID I WutII442 to 434 Market St bttwitn IFourth and Fifth IIIII IoQoocxx G I I PL4TTCO Fourth and Main I JOHN II COMIMAN President DICK SHANIMV Secretary ooooo- EE A Clearance Sale of Used Pianos Every used and secondhand Piano on our floor must be disposed of 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 537500- Kurtzmann Piano and Angelus Piano Player 325 i Kurlzmann Piano and Pianola 300 Marshall and Wendall Piano I i 520000- KingsburyI Piano 515000 Easy terms of payment can be arranged for on any of the above instru- mentsMONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO OEJSOOO FOURTH VENUE = REMEMBER f f if f I fFURNITUR =OF ALL KINDS IS VERiLI 7 Jt SS CMCM TUB Ghas fl Rogers BOOK GO IPRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES J TO SUIT EVERY TASTE r Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the zy 1 finest of their kind in the city wS BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES I- OP g EVERY DESCRIPTION 9 9 434 XZIT Jefforson Street I J A 88S8 j I III I tII 1I1II IIIIII I ttitziI I i I II tt1 SAVE GOOD MONEY j1 By using my specials in coffee and tea I I 3 Lbs of Good I Coffee for 1 Fresh roasted every day tnd guaranteed the best for the Price Try also my special TBA AT 45cA POUND flack Green orII mixed pure strong awl fragrant Rebate ticket worth 6c In trade free with every dollar worth 014 Wr JVt 4 101 III t IIIII IIFi1 HIlI t 11 iII11111I II11 III 1 IIHI II 1 Ilri D s CHIDS I P rousiuic JOHN w NYBISU 1 PHONE 7135 I 114 I Je S In lNCOPONYtD 1 1 tilt wtUfr fer 1W hf de i ftfali IWlJ4Mt- te SOc MULLOY COFFEE ROASTER HsraePhpneijJJ ARKEST STreKXET D 8 CHILDS GO Wholesale Friiit and Produce Commission t1f0MEAST JBFJTBRSO3ST STREET be3ra Bflbett Compan stkrsI RcpH3tivt lfatWfjIeMiecky typirktS- wpplks Blitik1 Book lIa Nptr box maswfaciwrtrs lctor 1t lrba b en t tt9 tUt I X eeee e eee ee jCleanUp Sale of Womens Misses and Childrens UptoDate 1 CLOAKS AND COATS IIMisses Zibeline Short Coats Broken II i lots regular 400 coats clean IIKR up sale price i IIMIssesII tor brown and blue 798 and Iqg 898 values Cleanup price I inchIIIQSJ16 Misses Zibeline Short Coats Fancy II trimmed gray red and green 500 Coats for II J BACON SONSTUE WHERE ARE AND PRICES ie 00 ABLE MEN Chosen by the 0Division of New Albany O H 0AAt the last meeting of the New Albany division A O H a splendid set of officers were elected for the ensuing year Daniel Walsh the well known dry goods merchant was chosen President He will not only be a po IUA lar but an able executive officer The other officers elected were Vice President P A OConnor Recording Secretary John Golding OHarafyp w Albany wherever he goes In bri every one of the new officers Iis popular and each one was chosen for his peculiar fitnessThe New Albany division is one that makes little noise about Us work b does it earnestly and well The final reports show that the division made again in membership duriug the year and that after all sick and death claims I were paid a comfortable balance remains in the treasury tBIGArranged For Those Inter estcd in Coming Bowl trig The Louisville Bowling Tournament I Association has issued a call for a general meeting of Louisville bowlers and those interested in bowling to be held in the New Seelbach Hotel next Monday night at oclock The objects of this meeting are to report to the bowling public what has been accomplished by the association to invite suggestions and discussion regarding the management of the big event the appointment of various committees required to conduct the tournament and the organizing of the Louisville Bowling Association of the A B C of which a bowler must be a member if he desires to enter the national tournament meeting will be in the nature of aJ smoker and leagues are requested to their members theimpress upon importance of being present in order that tbeyI may become fully posted as to the 1tra dltlons they must comply with if intend ing to compete in the national cham pionship contest in any capacity It should be remembered that the j great bowling tournament to be held at the New Armory will begin on March 1 F 17 St Patricks day E MAKES CHANGEsi John WInnUccomesSanItar f Inspector Not Deputy Assessor John Winn one of the best knownI j young men in that part of tlje city knownI as Limerick has been appointed Sanitary Inspector in the health department andn has assumed his new duties He had gbeenCounty Assessor John Adams but found the Sanitary mote to his liking When he notified the Assessor a that he desired to make a change the latter readily acceded tq his wishes If Inspector Winn is a shoemaker by trade and until his recent appointment see held a responsible position with the Con rad Shoe Company He is well known all over the city and his friends are legion of NEW PRODUCE FIRM John W Welsh a well known Irish American citizen has purchased anwe interest ia the business of D S Cbilds Co1 114 East Jefferson street and is now f01 a full fledged partneriwth Maeers D S onChi1dnl1dlf yettbegr thttiel n 298 498 398 Womens Black Kersey Coat Three quarter length loose front and back belt button trimm d798 Coats sale price Womens c2inch Coats In fatlcv mix tures loose front and back vel vet collar 1298 Coats Coats In plain colored cloth Si and fancy mixtures 400 Coats Cleanup sale price Brown Coats plaitedfront PLACE Welsh was formerly in the saloon bi ness at Nineteenth and R9wan strei but found the wholesale grocery and produce line more to his liking He became a member of the firm of D Childs Co on January 1 Mr Welsh came to America from Ireland nineteen years ago Like many others he was a poor boy He deter mined to become better tbau a laborer and in a few years launched out for hi self Thus tar he has had no occasion J regret it He is a member of Division O IL and is interested in all IrI affairs We bespeak for the new firm a generovs patronage KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Rock Council will initiate a large class on January 28 The Knights at Kenosha Wis are preparing to erect a 20000 building utThe five councils of D C1 have an aggregate of 1400 Tbe council at South Kaukauua Wis began the newyear by initiating a class of twenty candidates J A Finnigan Council of Providence R I conferred the third degree on i da large class last Sunday Five hundr e visiting Knights assisted at the ceremonies Ignatius Council of Providence held its first memorial services on Sunday and the hall was taxed to the utmost to accommodate the Knights and their lady friends Past Grand Knight Peter F Daley of Pawtucket Council will deliver a lecture on Jphn Boyle OReilly before themeetI ing of Delaney Council ot Providence next Monday evening Newport Conn Council conferred ti third degree on a class of thirty canrliIj dates at its last meeting Some of the candidates were from Fall River andII Providence A banquet followed tbeII council will be organized at Mitchell South Dakota tomorrow Members will go from Sioux City Yank ton and other towns nearby to assist at the institution of the council and the initiation that is to follow At Anbutn N Ythe Knights kept i open house during the afternoon and evening on New Years day An orches furnished excellent instrumental music and besides there were many vocal quartettes and choruses Vicksburg Miss council has moved into its new home The upper floors are divided into reading and billiard rpoms and acces sories The lodge room on the third floor Is complete in its and said to be the largest halt of the kind in the United States The and fixtures alone cost the Knights 5200 HURRAH FOR JIMMY 1 MtNCiB INDj Jan 8 1900 Every body smokes with father The finest little Irishman you ever saw arrived Sat qrday morning He is a big fat boy O and he and his mother are getting along icely His name is to be John Pat On rick Dougherty Tell all my friends to et married More Democrats are needed JAMBS W DOUGHERTY The new papa sa Louisville boy and O well known printer His many friends be here wish him his wife and son success sw the son lies the wit and energy of the father the second hence will O John Patrick Dougherty Governor of Indiana and on the high toad to the of the United States Mrs all Dougherty Was formerly Miss Graney Ini ibis city HOSPITAL BENEFIT The Catholic ladles interested in the ork that iis teiag donoby St Anthonyfc has Hoepitat have arranged to give H beaefil Star thatinstitution at Pb ulxHiJl Park February 7 The hospltalis growing u year by Oar and the Uefit will doubt be As qou as oowpezI programme will appear Iianke e 1ia urnni j 1 If2I 998 2981 Childrens Cheviot Heavy Washington membership reception gymnasium furnishings generation Presidency popularity 398 I I QUALITIES BETTER LOWER Hardworking SMOKER Tournarnent tIThe Inspectorship Cleanup Childrens eJLittle initiationA appointments dgQodVrk 589 TIMESts Has Robert Gleason Been SHonored by Hibernians tleffersonvlllc Division 1 A O H of Jeffersonville followingmofficers for the new year 30County President MichaelKinney GleasonsVice PresidentMichael Breen TreasurerLouis Constantine Financial Secretary John B Murphy Jr Recording SecretaryThomas Glea son Chairman Standing CommitteeRed mond Stantou StandardBearer John Kinney This makes the fifth consecutive term for Gleason to be elected President Under his able management the division has increased financially as well as numerically All the officers are ardent Hibernians and the outlook for the Jef fersouville division this year is an exceedingly bright on- eMACHINERY Or Trinity Council Moves Likt It Is Old at the daBusiness Trinity Council Y M I held its regular meeting Monday night with President Albert FMarthtlin the chair Albert Zirnheld the Marshal was the only officer absent and sickness was responsible for his staying away All the other officers occupied their respect ive chairs and business moved as smoothly as if the officers had beenhold ing down their desks for a whole year Four applications were receivedand henine members were obligated William Gast Frank A Lenz Albert Zirnheld Patrick Kenney and John Velten were reportedon the sick list Charles Kre mer was pronounced well Adam G Schneider was appointed AsslstantTreas urer vice Edward Wolf who will be absent from the city for several months Louis Kempf was chosen Marshal until Treasurer Zirnheld is able to resume his duties By the appointment of Past President Eugene J Cooney President Martin increased the number of the Ways and Means Committee to sixteen The following delegates to the Catholic Federation were elected Eugene J Cooney Dr Ben J Lammers F W Gerard President Albert F Martin William Htllerich and James B Kelly OBRIEN WON Tom TaSaart Holds the Reins In Indiana Democratic Chariot I Tom Taggart former Mayor of Indian apolis Iis still in control of the Demo cratic party in Indiana as the result of the meeting of the State Committee of last Monday clearly shows William H Brien of Lawrenceburg Taggarts candidate was elected State Chairman the first ballot M A Sweeney of Jasper got two votes Stokes Jackson ofIGreenfield three votes and Samuelrr Ralston of Lebanon and William H Brien four votes each On the second = supportersitched because the third ballot showed that Drien would have a majority so lila election was made unanimous The greatest harmony prevailed and placediana A StatesAA CAPT HANLON HONORED apt Thomas Hanlon of New Albany been appointed a member of the Executive Committee for the Third Congressional district of Indiana The appointment WM made by William IL Urleu the new D inocratl State Chairman Capt Hantea ttHded tile Dsuocratic nMlug at IkiIepeHall4I well pleawd with WlMt he saw wid- crtdther 444 M H ++H + r Rj3ITS LE OF IRON BEDS- GREENES AT Being the Largest Handlers of Iron Beds in Louisville We I show the best variety and most handsome designs at the low I I rangingIi From 250 to 25i JAMES GREENEII I 426427 429 I t t H t JM sssasn IIMcKENNAI II I I WHISKY II IT IS ALWAYS PURE mt H McKenna Distiller Fairfield K- y1Iit1Ii e QO =I IIH1I I IIIIl I I HlI 1 1lliI lIIII I 1 +1 1 1 HHHHH1 I I STRAIGHT CREEK COAL Pleases the Hard to Please 1 SCANLON = JONES COAL CO 1 Incorporated Yards Magnolfa1st NR R BOTH PHONES 40t IHHuH+l HH1 1 s 1 1 InHIi iMMMMwiHt H 1uI1uIIH HHlo FO DII RivingIUNITED LAUNDRY CO Incorporated HARD WORK A SPECIALTY s GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 1188493732 T N SHEPARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN 6NOS SPENCER Pnddeat and Qzpert Accountant 8IX11IAf MAIN KTRSBT5 P BANNON Pretldent I 511- ii QUWMEAL STEEL RANGES BAKE WELL LOOK WELL JoAIIT WELL IMnn tmUlUu w- WIl- OUISVLLE i M J BANNO- NVlcePrw QM Mr iHf1 w JKN Jt1 I r I QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES FlBstQEHER SON 217 Market St near Second Educates Young People For Botlness Good Employment and SutctH Ji VAU on wnrrc ron run NreniiATioH WTWTTI KY Business College J Jii1Iriii1iriiiIii sORT 5UHREL- creiary 4 Kontuogy Vitriad Brick CD i JrCQoJUOU- 1JtDwqnPf 91q q VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOJ 1TRT ANn ce TltII WtfQ4flWAYTJJJPHN M tu N4 F w w IA 4A