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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s I t1 T lA I r IIr l hi fH 1t i I r P fttl IRISHt L k II VOLUME XVLNO 4 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JANUARY 27 1906 PRICE FIVE CENTS I i NEWHOMEIM- ovement Has Taken Firm Hold On Local Members i of A 0H AppointedfiCommittees o Arrange For I Nssarv Site St Patricks Day TVlll Be Ap proprlately Celebrated As Is Customary a MEMBERS PAY TRIBUTE TO LADIES Divisions 1 and 4 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians held creditable meetings s this week and at each the movement for the new Hibernian hall was discussed and committees appointed to act with the County Board in selecting a site for the building President Welsh of Division 3 also appointed his committee of three this week so that Division 2 is the only one from which the hall committee remains to be appointed The commit tees from each division will act in con junction with the County Board in decid ing upon the site After the joint com mittee has agreed the respective commit tees will repert back to their divisions It is the intention to appoint these committees finally for a term of five years President John M Mulloy presided over the meeting of Division 1 Tuesday night and while the attendance was only fair the members present were full of vim and business Messrs Thomas ONeill Patrick Meehan James Cusick and John Callahan were reported sick A communication from the Ladies Auxiliary relative to the proposed meeting Monday night was read and on motion of David OConnell Division 1 pledged its moral support to the ladies David OConnell Thomas D Clines and Thos Keenan Jr were appointed on the com mittee to attend the Ladies Auxiliary meeting and cooperate with the ladies in organizing a dramatic club Thomas Dolan became eloquent in his reference to the ladies and urged that the members of the auxiliary be admitted Into the movemeWforiiiiewhallf + Let them ini he pleaded what betterlight could we have than the light of their handsome eyes Capt Tom Riley also tispoke in behalf of the ladies and State President Keenan one of the fathers of the auxiliary added his tribute to the fair sex It seemed to be the consensus of opinion that the ladies should be per mitted to do their share in securing the toll State President Keenan called atten tion to the fact that St Patricks day was not far away and urged that steps be at once taken toward arranging a fitting celebration A majority of the members favor making the celebration a joint flair of the four divisions National Director George J Butler spoke in behalf of the new home He expressed the wish that the present movement would be successfulPresident Mulloy announced the fol + lowing committees for the new year Building Thomas Keenan Sr P M OReilly and Robert Hegan Sik Patrick J Liston and James DoranEmploymentJoseph Dougherty John F Sullivan and Magistrate Edward OConnor LiteraryWilliam M Higgins Capt Thomas Riley and Michael Tynan Federation Newton G Rogers Chas S Raidy and William J Norton Division 4 met on Wednesday night with an excellent attendance President Lt John A Murphy in the chair and all the officers in their respective seats A com munication from Mrs Rose kelly asking the body to send a delegation to the aux iliary meeting Monday night was read end the members recommended that the krequest be complied with President Murphy thereupon named Austin Walsh Stephen J McEHlott and John J Barry to represent the division at the ladles meeting communication was read from Rabbi Endow who thanked the division for its resolntlons of sympathy and contribu tion to the stricken Jews of Russia Michael Welsh and Patrick Kinney were reported on the sick list President Murphy announced a partial list of his committees and Stt dhc would appoint the others later Thus far the committees areBuildlnKWilllam II Connelly Joseph P McGinn and John H Hennewy Auditing John JBarryJokn M Brennan and John Holland Catholic Federation Joseph P Mc- a Ohm Stephen J McSlllott Austin Walsh and William Hanrahah EI President Murphy made a brief though excellent talk on the good of the order and urged the members to support they officers in every way possible He also spoke a few words in favor of thee new 1hall Several other members made good talks and all in allI the meeting WAS an excellent one Division 4 as a large membership and President Murphy baa n loundItueeesearytoeppointacollectesBr EliJ YP ais TRIP John JjU rrYeditoroftl1ft New Haves Bcho was welcome vititor at the ogee of the Kentttcky Irish AnW i lean on Wednesday He was en route home from the midwinter meeting of the Kentucky Press Association at Prankfort He told about the business meeting on Tuesday afternoon and was full of the witticisms of William Light foot Visscher and Arthur Y Ford the orators who addressed the newspaper men in the evening Gov Beckham presided over the banquet while the Frankfort Business Mens Association gave a luncehon for the pencil pushers during the afternoon I TRINITY COUNCIL Is Moving Smoothly and Bach Meeting Surpasses the Preceding One Trinity Council Y M I held a well attended meeting Monday night Presi dent Martin presided and in the absence of Albert Zirnbeld he appointed Louis Kempf Marshal for the evening Patrick Kenney Albert Zirnheld William N Gast Phil Thompson and Frank A Lenz who have all been seriously ill were reported to be much improved Committees on picnic employment joint councils deg ee team baseball and gymnasium reported progress Four applications for membership were also received and the following new members were obligated George Droppelman Jr Henry Steppenhorst Henry Michael and John Wachter JEFFERSONVILLE Catholics Are Beginning the New Year With Proper Spirit i Every Catholic society in our sister city across the river has begun the new year well The Hibernians Catholic Knights of America and Columbus Coun cil Y M I are all moving under favor able auspices The Ancient Order will bold its next regular meeting on the first Tuesday in February The members are very sorry to lose such ardent workers as Robert Gleason the President who has gone to Frankfort for his company and William Patton who has removed to Texas Seven new members were initiated at he last meeting On Thursday night Bernard A Coll Frank Woerner and Jaco Saddler were- appointee iliiUm iri m a committee to arrange an entertainment for the benefit of Branch 54 Catholic Knights of America It will be held at SpiethsTheater early in FebruaryColumbus Council Y M I in also arranging for a series of entertainments to be given in the near future NEW HONORS Irish American Philanthro pist Made President of Savings Bank f Thomas M Mulry who has recently succeeded James McMahon apt President of the Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank of New York is one of the most popular IrishAmericans in this country but Is perhaps best known to the general pub- lIc for the deep interest he takes in the charitable organizations of Americas metropolis While the Catholic charities have claimed most of his time be has given both time and money to charities of various creeds and races SupeziorCouncil Society which covers the whole United States a member of the Central Council of the Charity Organization Society First Vice President of the National Con ference of Charities and Correction and a former President of the New York State Conference of Charities and Correc tion He is also a member of the gov erning boards of the New York Catholic Protectory the Mission of the Immacu late Virgin and of other important Catho lic institutions He has Often been asked to take office but has steadily declined to enter into the public service his many private business enterprises and his work for charity taking up all his time Mr Mulry was educated in St Josephs parochial school and the De La Salle Institute in Second street Since 1880 he has been connected with the contract- Ing firm of Thomas Mulry Son and be is now the sole member of the concern As an active member of the boards of several banks and trust companies be has had much experience in banking mat tars President M Mahon retired on account fourteenycaresavings institutions of the country It has 100000000 in deposits and a surplus of 7000000 The bank was the result of the Irish Emigrant Society organized in 1841 The bank war organized nine years later I DESERVED PROMOTIONS John M Dalton who has for several years been Sergeant ef Police has been appointed to the vacancy caused by the death of Lieut Dan McAalii Lieut Dalton ts over six feet tall and ballt in proportion Hella one of the physical giants of the force His Many friend arerejoiclng prerfhli promotion which c to bits solely oa hii merit Cor poral Phil Gauther a nephew of Col Sebastian Gunther was appointed Set g ttto eaccesdbieiat DaltOB I PROBLEMS Of the Present Day Commented Ou by Noted Catholic Scholar r New President of the Summer School Caustically Speaks of Insurance He Declares Irish Language to Bo Medium of Exquisite Culture PRAISES WORK OF DR DOUGLAS HYDE The Rev John Talbot Smith the new President the Catholic Summer School whose annual sessions are held at Cliff Haven N Y is one of the remarkable men of the day and the country He is a scholar philosopher playwright and student of social problems as well as priest and preacher In speaking of Father Smiths election as President of the Catholic Summer School the Rev Father Gaffney of Rutland Vt declares Y I feel delighted that my friend Father Talbot Smith baa been chosen President of the Summer School He has grt t literary ability an attractive personality a long experience of the working of the Institution a zeal for the warfare of this great and noble undertaking that will guide it to still llarger triumbsand- dont forget this as thorough an Irish man as lives today J M Wall an IrishAmerican newspa per reporter of New York City recently interviewed Father Smith What is the problem of the hour In your judgment was the first question propounded And Father Smith replied- Rockefeller and his like and their monstrous methods would appear to me to be a pretty good answer to that he said glancing down at a poor woman and two children who were carrying bundles of firewood across the avenue I dislike to use a term so much misused but the methods of these men are anarchy and nothing else Have you followed the insurance investigation Have you noted the jaunty air with which each one iouted1neHtl1e etapljtnddtoldo fI rob eieSand frauds in which they thm selves were the principals and frequently the beneficiaries Have you thought that if an ordinary citizen not alone commit ted such crimes but made open confes sion of them he would be on his way to prison now amid public execration Have you thought of that And Father Smith stared at me so steadily for a moment that I was almost afraid And has it occurred to you he went on that the spectacular District Attorney hasnt made a single move so far or that a certain clergyman named Mac Arthur who has assailed time and time again the race as well as the religion to which both you and I belong has no time for a violent denunciation 6f these misdeeds in a pulpit which has become little less than a public political platform for assaults on men with whose opinions ne does not agree and who are at least as good as he is Dont you remember that there was actually applause in court among the retainers of these men when they declared that what they did was first and above all else for the general welfare Have you thought of what II dont know and I dont remember mean when spoken under oath by rich and powerful citizens who do know and do remember It enables them to com mit perjury one of thegrRvest of crimes Think of bow this will affect the multi tude Are you asleepor can any one suppose that when such shocking revela tions are over that they are over and done with And the danger of dangers is that those men believe they are doing rightAHow does Dr Douglas Hyde and his mission strike you asked Mr Hall Ah there you have it almost shouted Father Smith Hyde is a remarkable man When the leader of a propaganda is an enthusiast as tie is half the battle is won He has hit it right The Ufa guage revival is I had almost said the most sensible and farseeing movement undertaken in Ireland in a hundred years The Irish language is a medium of the most exquisite culture My father and mother spoke it and my grand father and grandmother too and thanks be to the Lord to he added proudly I feel a Joy indescribable in being in a position to tell you that they one and all apeak it still Here was a climax so glorious and so unexpected to one of the most entertain lug and instructive talks I have ever bad with a Catholic priest either in America or anywhere else that I hate to break the spell by introducing any more of the many interesting subjects discussed by this gifted priest- CALENDAR AND YEAR BOOK St Louis Bertramla calendar and year book for 190f has made iu appearance It is decidedly unique in character and reflects credit on the editorialc ability of the Very Rev Father J R Volz XP Prior of StLouis Bertrandi Convent now about to became lNidentof St rttrickr College at Columbus Ohio Besides the calendar which glvea the principal Catholic Jeaatlof the year and the Dominican feasts there are- pseay quotations fro the Old and the 1J- II New Testaments and werdl m wisdom from doctors of the chnrckjand secular philosophers It is a book WJrth having in your house as it will tieSr constant reference M ARRANGEMENTS I For a Mammoth Euchre and Dance by Mack Soun ell Next Month Mackin Council Y MSJi held its regular meeting Tuesday lght with President Raldy presidia The attend ance was excellent when it Considered that no unusually importintjyiatters were to be discussed Three rtmabera were reported ill IjThe committee appoInted to arrange for the painting of the dancing halt and the wall railing reported thatTthe Mac kin Social Club and Gymnasiun Committee together would give a eucjwgbend dance oa the evening of Thursday February 22 Washingtons birthday Tile proceeds from the joint entertainment wlll be used to defray the expenses incurred by the improvements in the dancing hall Vice President Louis JII lefFer urged the purchase of a wooden 1jhprse and other athletic apparatii hwtiichI when secured will make Mackinsiymnasium as well equipped as any la the city President Raidy appointed al committee to catalogue the library and ako to secure JjLJohnof Y M L stales was appointed Chairman of Mackin Councils BasoballCohimittee It is proposed to have a YjiMrIleague- of five clubs during the coming season RECENT DEAtHS 1Y John P Krebs a well known German American dropped dead while at work in the yard of the Blatz Krebs Stone Company Fourteenth aijd Walnut streets on Tuesday afterndon Death resulted from cerebral hemorrhage Mr Krebs was fortyeight years old and is survived by a wife and five children who reside at 1122 Ash street He was a son of Andrew Krebs of the Blalz Krebs Stone Company and was asciatedwith- his l father in business iJeo Martin Philip and Frederick Krebs are brothers of the deceased The funeral took place from St Vincent de Paulflfchurch yes terday morning Jf Thomas F Quirk afalt ul emploY toJnNeYitblTuesday morning He had suffered from heart failure for several months and had predicted his own sudden death For some time past he had been sleeping in his watchmans shelter not even going home to dine His children carried his meals to him three times a day He hated to give up his work and for that reason remained at hIs post until death overtook him A wife and three children survive him The funeral took place from Holy Trinity church on Thursday morning Mrs Johanna Burke wife of Lieuten ant of Police Edward Burke died at her home 1720 Pope street on Friday evening of last week The deceased had suf fered from a complication of ailments for several months but she was confined- t i her bed less than a week Her husband and three children survive her The Sons are Edward Jr and Harry Burke and the daughter is Miss Lilian Burke Her aged father Michael Horri gun of Jefferson county also survives The funeral took place from the Church of St prances of Rome on Monday morn ing Mrs Burke had lived in LOuisville- all her life and was well known for her works of charity Lieut Burke and his children have the sympathy of many friends in their bereavement Mrs Margaret Dignan one of the good old Irish mothers that most of us know died at her home 1509 Twenty first street on Monday morning She was the widow of Patrick Dignan who passed away several years ago Mrs Dignan was a devout Catholic and a loving mother to her children Two sons and four daughters survive her The sons are John J Dignan Contracting Freight Agent of the Louisville Nash vine Railroad Company and Thomas P Dignan a clerk in the L N freight office The deceased was born in Ireland sixtyfive years ago but bad lived the greater part of her life in Louisville The funeral took place from Sacred Heart church on Wednesday morning the Rev Patrick Walsh celebrating the solemn mass of requiem and preaching an eloquent and feeling funeral sermon GOES WEST lames L Hackett president of the Greenbrier Distillery Company has gone to Phoenix Nev where he has large silver mining interests He will spend several weeks looking over his proper ties which promise surprising wealth for the owners W OWN YOUR HOME e The attention of our readers Is called to the advertisement W J Whaler district manager of the Standard Trust Company Mr Whaley proposes to build homes for working people and Wonthtrinsta1merauthorized capital ofj 00000 The llocal office is located at S08004ttIer build ing AMtodated in JTaploremaWRParrtare natives of LinisviWR ftA well and favorably known Callatthe once for particulars fv P7 s SURPRISING Was the Big Labor Vote Cast In the British General Elections Fiscal Policy Appears to Have Cut a Very Small I Figure Interesting Sidelights on Political Events in the Brit lab Isles LITTLE CHANGE IN IRISH VOTE The general elections in Great Britain and Ireland closed yesterday and while the complete figure are not in they are definite enough to show an overwhelm ing victory for the Liberal party In fact it is positively known that the Laborites and the Irish Nationalists hold the balI ance of power and that the Liberals by themselves are nearly three to one against the Unionists The London newspapers assign various reasons for the present landslide The Spectator for instance asserts that it is the countrys answer to the question AS to whether it will or will not abandon the policy of free trade That has only been one and with a few exceptions notably al Ifbester and Birmingham not the most important factor in the fight General dissatisfaction wlh the Balfour Government should pethaps be given the first place in the reasons for the overwhelming victory of the Liberals The Unionists had completely lost their grip on the situation Many of the Unionists not less than the Liberals were disgusted with the tenacity of their leaders This is a thing that seems strange to Americans but it is part of the ethics of British party politics that when a Government knows it has lost the countrys confidence it should resign without regard to the majority it may possess in the House Not to do so is counted as not playing the gameII One of the strongest Liberall weapons I has been the cry of Chinese slavery in the Transvaall lWIt 1a false issue but it hasgbt aWoaderfulholdpn the peoples imagination and beyond question swung thousands of votes Many Unionist can didates attribute their defeat to this alone Free trade the late Governments education bill the natural swing of the pendulum and the continued high income tax of a shilling in the pound have all helped toward the Liberal victory Nor must the fact be overlooked that Balfour as the lender of his party inc appealing to the electorate was person I ally a great source of weakness His dialectic skill makes him a great parlia mentarian but the mass of thevoters wanta man with a clearly defined aim as a leader A better Illustration of this can not be found than the difference in the fates of Balfour at Manchester and Chamberlain at Birmingham Ireland remains practically unchanged though the Nationalists have made several gains In the North This means that John E Redmond will be backed by a thorough body of home rulers and that they will permit little or nothing to be done in Parliament which meets next month until some measure of home rule has been definitely and uncompromisingly argreed upon The Nationalists will make no entangling alliances until they have assurances upon which they can rely The position which the Labor party holds stands out in bold relief and marks an epoch in the Parliamentary history of Great Britain Eleven years ago the Laborites and Socialists together cast 60000 votes without returning a member This year the Laborites have cast 500000 votes and have elected at least fortyfive members more or less Independent of Government whips At pres ent the Laborites are working chiefly in the cause of trade unionism Their aim is the restoration of the position of trade unionism before the Taff Vale railway decision which made a nnion liable to be sued Meanwhile the Laborites in the new Parliament will be able by com bination with the Nationalists practically to control the House where their presence will give as much food for thought to the Liberals as to the Conservatives They form the van of a patty which may be compared to the Socialist party in this German Parliament There are several interesting sidelights on the British elections The heavy polling everywhere has been a distinctive feature The Unionist vote it very little less than that of 1900 showing that the great LiberalLabor majority is made up of new voters The use of motor cars was another feature of the campaign and greatly increased the polling This rapid and easy method of getting to the respective voting stations has bad con slderable effect ou electors who were not overanxious about voting One candi date employed 100 automobiles to carry voters to the polls while another employed eighty The defeat of the Right Hon Sir William Hart Dyke Unionist la the bartford division of Kent was a great victoryI fort the Laborites The Unionist majority of 1 142tt1e1lttclecttOB was turned ante a minority of 2804 Sir William baa represented Kentish constit nencU since 1884 and would have been Ce 1 a t P the father of the House if he had been reelected Sir Robert Peel great grandson of the former noted member of that name and a Unionist is one of those defeated this week He stood for the district in North Wolverhampton but the vote against him was overwhelming Now while all looks good on the sur face and while it seems that home rule for Ireland must come Irishmen every where are reserving their jubilations until Parliament meets and some definite step for Irelands benefit is taken PLEASED Was Sir HoracePlunkett With His Short Visit to America Sir Horace Plunkett M P and Secre tary of Agriculture for Ireland has returned to Ireland after a brief visit to this country The distinguished visitor came to America on business and spent the greater part of his time in Washington D 0 where be visited Secretary Wilson and other officials of our Depart ment of Agriculture Before returning to Ireland Sir Horace stated that he had received substantial assistance from the department in the matter of growing tobacco He believes the American weed can be made a commercial staple in the Emerald Isle THREE CITIES Arc After the Next Young Mens Institute Grand Council The Board of Grand Directors of the jurisdictionon Sunday February 11 One of the most important matters to be considered is the selection of a place for holding the next Grand Council Lambert Young Council at Frankfort wants it and has appointed committee to lay its claims before the Board of Grand Directors While we have no authoritative state ment on the subject we have learned that Sarto Council of Owenshoro also wants the Grand Council We have also learned that St Catherines Council at New Haven would like to have the meeting held there Western Kentucky has never had a meeting of the Grand Council hence the tine aUer counCils may have good grounds for a visit New Haven can offer plenty of fresh air some of the finest farms in Kentucky are close at hand and the visitors will be treated to a trip to Gsthsemane abbey and will be shown the first Catholic settlement west of the Allegheny mountains New Haven is in Nelson county a Catholic ccommunity and many of its inhabitants descended from Catholics Who came from Maryland 200 years ago PAPAL PREFECT iCardinal Gotti Is at Death Door With Slight Chance to Recover Cardinal Jerome Mary Gotti Prefect of the Propaganda who has been suffer ing from an attack of pneumonia during the past few days is dying or may be dead before this reaches our readers This eminent churchman was born at Genoa on March 29 1834 and has almost attained his seventysecond year As a youth be attended Jesuit schools and colleges but his vocation took him into the Carmelite order Although the son of a dock laborer the young Father Gotti gave early evidence of a brilliant mind He might have risen to rank of high order in the Jesuit community yet he preferred to cast his lot with the barefooted friars His piety and scholarly attainments gradually led him forward and he event ually became General of the Carmelite order While acting in this capacity he visited the United States and every other country where his community had houses It was in 1881 that he paid his visit to the United States He was created and proclaimed Cardinal on November 20 1895 In 1900 he was made Prefect of the Sacred Congregation of Bishops and Regulars Two years later on the death of Cardinal Ledo chowski Cardinal Gotti was appointed Prefect of the Propaganda Always humble and known as the most ascetic of all the Cardinals Cardinal Gotti held high rank among these eminent scholars and when Pope Leo XIII died he narrowly escaped being chosen to succeed him Pope Pins X has been a friend and admirer of Cardi nal Gotti for years HURT IN PALL painfnllyinjuredoffice of the Louisville Water Company last Tuesday id resting comfortably at his home 612 East Gray street His friendn hope to see him able to resume his duties in a few days or JOINT COMMITTEE The new Joint Committee of the local Y M I councils will meet at the rooms of Satolli Council tfQl West Drl kin ridge street at 8 oclock this evening The ccnunitleevillorganize by electing importiUlIs desired tf n KNIGHTS I Of St John Installed Their Bat talon Officers In Impres sivo Manner r- y f I Marvelous Military Evolutions of tho Members Preceded r the Ceremonies i i Timely Topics Drby the Old and Now v Officers ANI EVENING OF HEARTY GOOD CREEHfJ Jii The various commanderies forming the local battalion of the Knights of St John held a joint meeting and the linstal lation of the battalion officers at St Peters parochial hall Southgate and Seventeenth streets on Wednesday even presentinappreciatedbywitness the evolutions It was a military 4 meeting and yet a fraternal religions and good cheer gathering At the opening the Captains of the six commanderies took their allotted stations on the floor and called for their respective swords to fall in The men fell into their places like parts of a machine A few more commands and the whole battalion was in marching order with Lieut Col Joseph Betz at their bead After a number of graceful evolutions the entire battalion stood at company front facing the stage On the stage were the Rev Father Jerome Preisser O F M Spiritual Director Col Theodore Poppe Lieut Col Joseph Betz Senior Major A Vonderheideud Junior Major Herman Bloemer Com mander Andrew Weldekemp appeared as the installing officer The Knights pre sented swords as each officer appeared to take his obligation The ceremonies were impressive to an unusual degree Joseph Betz the retiring Colonel made a felicitous address on the support given him by his subordinate officers and members during his administration and asked all to sbftKJthe sameloyalty to thenew chief officer Col Theodore Poppe the newe ch officer said he was not a speaker but promised to attend to the duties of his office to the best of his ability The brief address of the new Colonel was warmly applauded Major Vonderheide expressed himself as proud of the honor conferred on him and while endeavoring to perform his duty as an officer he would always te heart and soul with the boys He asked the members to do all in their power to recruit the order from those eligible so that there would soon be 1000 instead of 500 swords Let all act as knights in deed as well as in name and be the servants of God8IJ that they and theirs will receive all the benefits the society was Intended to confer knightshadlittle effort on the part of each the hope of the Senior Major would soon be realized Continuing he voiced the senti ments expressed by Major Vonderheide and concluded by urging fathers to enroll their sons in the order Rev Father Jerome spoke of the ends the Knights desired to attain the models exampletheyto all work together for the salvation of one anothers souls He said he was proud of his commandery St Michaels It is a model and must flourish He said he could not tell what the other com manderies were doing but he did know that the members of St Michaels attended communion at least four times a year This gave them spiritual strength and he expressed the hope that all Catho- lIc men would join the order He knew it was hard for men to work sU day and then have to attend these military drills yet it would prove a recreation and a help in the end In conclusion he spoke a few kind words for the old and new officers The Rev Father Paul Vollrath followed in a brief talk and then Henry Felhoelter the first ColoneVaff the be t talion told of his pride and jjoy ou witnessing such a magnificent gathering and such accurate military eve utions He congratulated the Knights on their good works and bade them be grateful for the kind words of the clergy and other speakers wl precedes him He asked for continued harmony a Jd workj and urged that the assistance of thd mothers wives and sisters of thefJ nighti be enlisted so that the order would grojl JThe Eller an oldtime Knlghtandtl CEiJll- onelof the battalion JHrTsald he was glad to look over iueranks and to bee that the ordfJr was growing Henoted with delightefine showing the meml hers made duingthe evening thl speech makir4t closed amid tumultuous applause Col Poppe took commas and led the tatallion through several inttir movements The various coin- rfaaderieefollowed with separate drills kbySMlchatJoseph Breen- Refreshments followed and clergy officers and pn pleasant soclal hour I 4 i i1dTTYSOSY IRH RfQ L1 KENTUCKY IRISH flMERICfW wwwwnnwwwwl e raN UtutoJ I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH CRv INSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY Sc- arlaraa iuJso LMlvUte Postofflco as ScoNaCiasa Matter AMERICANS West Green Sited AKittiall CoiiB lcaHeBitotBe KENTUCKY IRISH t r 1906LOUrYELLOW JOURNALS The recent legal execution of in murderer in the Jefferson County jail has moved many people to oppos capital punishment Crime shout be punished but the question that confronts us ip these days of yellow journalism is Is not the exploitation of the details of the crime the story of the malefactor life his last hours and words bis E agony whether his neck was broken or whether he simply strangled worse than the crime itself Poor Van Dalsen killed an unfortunate women How many will be killed body and soul by reading the accounts of his execution as f published in the daily press of this city One paper was no better than another Van Dalsen murdered i in a jealous drunken rage Tbe owners of the daily papers murde morally Spiritually Judaslike for lucre The Kentucky Irish American is a believer in the lib erty of the press but it does not believe that liberty should be stretched into revolting indecency And what could be more revolt ingly indecent than the accounts of I the recent hanging Many mei and women destroyed the paper of Friday and Saturday lest their t children read the rot prepared for them Louisville maintains ia Bureau of Health that cost the city i 16700 last year Why To pre vent contagion to secure pure food tomake our families healthier and happier Steps are taken at once to stamp out smallpox typhoid fever diptheria scarle eversand kindred ailments The victims are isolated until the effec of the disease has passed away and the danger of contagion destroyed Now is the moral disease tha caters to mental depravity and morbid curiosity the disease tha editors and owners of yellow jour nals feed upon any more virulen or destructive than the disease that destroys physical life like consumption or smallpox that mar I physical beauty The beauty of the soul is fur superior to the beauty of the body But we per mit these soul destroying germI carried by yellow journals to enter our homes Isolate them Make your office or place of business a pesthouse for these papers if you must read them but in the name of all that is good do not carry them into your homes HELM ON INTELLIGENCE A committee from the Louisville Bar Association went to Frankfort J and addressed the joint legislative committee in regard to amending election laws Judge James P Gregory County Attorney R W Bingbam James P Helm Walter P Lincoln W W Thum and John C Doolan were the committeemen These gentlemen told of the election abuses in Louisville and there have been real election abuses in the city but it remained for James P Helm+ to go farther than his colleagues Mr Helm laid stress u andPofiremen in politics and gave voice to the statement that policemen and firemen are not of a very high order1 intelligence Mr Helm vfa8ben given credit for astuteness If be has it he left it in Lou Lille Certainly he did not take itVP Frankfort There may be bad men in the police and fire depart- m nts certainly there are good men There are intelligent men in bqttt the police end fire depart ments There is a distinct differ ence between intelligence and k tellecf f No two men possess the ligence anjr more than t- ny i any two men possess the sam intellect It can be proven beyond the peradventure of a doubt that there is more intellect in the polio and fire departments of Louisvill than there is among the member of the bar when both are taken iin the aggregate Mr Helm has the reputation of being a shrewd lawyera lawyer without trick and subterfuges A lawyer with any shrewdness would not bay gone out of his way to insult tbe more than 500 men who constitut the Louisville police and fire departments Mr Helm may have attended a few more colleges that the average policeman and fireman he may know how to speak more rhetorically but he certainly doe not know how to keep his mouth shut like the firemen and police men When he opens it he cer tainly acts the part of a contortion 1st in putting his foot in it It iiisi too bad Afcer all these years to find Jim Helm knocked out by hiis own tongue Fitzsimmons the pugilist carried his pitcher to the well once too often Mr Helm has the same bald head decorate with a fringe of tawny locks the same attenuated figure He and Fitz might have passed for twins ia few weeks ago Itis different now Fitz has lost his punch and Helm his head A PUBLIC OPINION +The Syracuse Sun had an excel lent editorial in its last week I issue on the subject of How to Build Civilization Editor OMal ley quotes from the Hon Edward l J McDermott of this city in hisI recent address onClHow shall we preserve our civilization as fol lowsIt is absolutely vain and uselesI to propose or urge good laws unles a vigilant public opinion enforceI them Many of our best laws an observed or enforced by nobody A sound public opinion must be created by an unremitting daily effort by the press by the pulpit by teachers of the young in public or private schools by the word and conduct of good men in public and private life and by the moth ers and wives who have the intel lect and the goodness to teach andL to compel us to observe the sim pie and eternal principles of moral ity cnd duty The rights of matI have been expounded enough The duties of men are too little regarded This rings true JJ declares the editor of the Catholic Sun andl is very much to the point We need more dqers and fewer gab blers The Kentucky Irish Amer- Ican agrees with with Editor OMalley as to the countrys needs WOULD LEGALIZE MURDER While the legislators of Kentucky assembled at Frankfort are making heroic efforts to minimize crime the lawmakers of Ohio assembled at Columbus are trying to legalize murder The Ohiot House yl Representatives has votedl to receive a bill offered by Repre sentative Henry T Hunt of Cin cinnati who proposes to put to death those who through sicknessI or injury desire the happy dispatch The bill provides that any person of lawful age of soundl nindt who is fatally injured or is- o ill of disease that recovery isI impossible or who is suffering treat physical pain or torture maybe treated by a physician not a relative or interested in his or her state and in the presence of three witnesses he may ask the patient Ift u he or she cared to be put to deathl i U- i 4 a according to law Should the patients answer be in the affirms tlveealthreereputablepnysJcian V 1 viV are to be called in aodiftthey con curtbatrt1 ajjftf tfaed dde that there isuo dunce f6irecovery then an anesihethicI s administers until death ensues No provision to pay for this expert judgment appears in the bill Still we poor benighted Ken jtuckians whether we live in the Bluegrass Beargrass Pennyrile c or Purchase are told that Ohio has undergone a wave of reform Whe we have this home coming meeting in June let us keep our Ohio prod igals here Dont send them back to Ohio to be chlorofomed whe their days of usefulness are over MAIDENS WHO TAKE TUB VEIL A song for the band that are seldom sung though never a bolder theme Entered the soul of a sldger true or prompted to test supreme A song and a toast for the fairest host of mortals that walk lifes trail White lilies that nod in the gardens of God the maidens who take the veill Choice ballads there be of the knights c yore who polished each trust blade Uptook the Cross for the oriflamme and marched to the Lords Crusade But never a knight of the Western world for the Holy Land set sail With half the devoted faith and love of the maidens who take the veil Whatever the need of earths stricke ones the poor the hapless and lone The orphaned young and the helpless oldsad wrecks on the world ree thrown The soldier crushed on the bloody field or the fever wards inmate pale All find at hand that angel band the maidens who take the veil Then a song for the best of woman kin meek queens whom we all revere A paean of praise for the Brides or Christ dispensing His mercy here A hymn and a prayer that we too may share in their joy that shall never fail When their Heavenly Souse seals Cor aye their vows the maidens who take the veil Arthur Harry ONeil C S O o 1w7 a lw i SOGIEtY i IMiss Blanche Grady is the guest of friends at Corbin Mrs Chester Farrell of Portland ente tained her card club on Monday after noonP J Hanlon has returned from St Louis whither be went to attend the funeral of his brother Rich Quinn and Herman Krebs have gone to Nortonsville Va for ten day of rest and recreation IMIss Mary Champion who visited Mrs J F Brady and Mrs W H Hiutotf of Portland has returned home Otis P H Callahan entertained her friends with a luncheoneuchre at the Seelbach on Tuesday afternoon Miss Cora Davidson who baa been seriously ill is improving rapidly and will soon bofable to meet her friends The South End Euchre Club was enter tamed by Miss Martha Fleck on Wednes day evening at her home in South Louis ville LFriends of Miss Blanche Tierney will be glad to know that she is improving since her recent encounter with foot padsI Miss Katie Grant Griffiths daughter of Dr George W Griffiths will go to Chicago next week to be the guest of mends Mr and Mrs Martin Bruker who were painfully burned two weeks ago are progressing nicely toward complete recovery Misses Julia Gosnell and Hettte Eck eles of North Twenty sixth street have returned from a pleasant visit to Galla tin Tenn Charles McCarthy Deputy Jailer who has been confined to hIs home by u complication of ailments is again able to beat his post Mrs Joseph Pottinger and children of New Haven have returned home after a pleasant visit to her father Thomas Maloney of this city Martin J Cusick spent the week at Nashville where he was in attendance at the annual convention of the artistic tailors cutters association Miss Nellie the daughter of officer John McAuliffe has gone to St Cath rimes Academy at Springfield for the remainder of the school year Miss Estelle Carter will leave Sunday Cor Memphis She expects to remain three weeks and her friends hope that the change of climate will fully restore ler health Mrs Roy Neighbors and Miss ISilten Neighbors pf South Louisville have stunted from a visit to Cincinnati there they were the guests of Mrs Nellie Neighbors Mr and Mrs John C Graves enter silted a party offriends7sat evening at heirresidence 944 Fifth street ia honor qf Miss AbbleBills- U f Mrs Anthony J Norton who has has been the guest of her parents Mr Cliffsouthandtli Pittsburgh c 4 jj T V- rr t ge i v4 + 1 DCII Information that she is enjoyiofc hem and that she will return about the middle of February Miss Jean Burke daughter of the late Frank B Burke who died at IndIanapolis two years ago is seriously ill of typhoid event the home of her aunts the Miss McCann in Jeffersonvllle Misses Cleo and Etta Charlton of Portland entertained their euchre club on Wednesday They had just returned from Frankfort whither they went to attend theGovernors ball John H Tiirpin and Miss Belle M Ervin were married at St Josephs church at Winchester on Wednesday mornIng Both young people are well and favo ably known throughout Eastern Kentucky Raymond dGruber the young son of Sebastian J Gruber who has been ill oC typhoid fever at his nome 422 Twenty sixth street has recovered sufficiently 10 be out His parents and friends are rejoicing over his recoveJYI The little friends of Miss Ethel Win were entertained with a theater party conI Wednesday afternoon In the party were Misses Mary Galvin Marie Dan Keary Stockhoff Marie Dunn and Mary Anna Elizabeth and Ethel Winn The approaching marriage is announced of Hugh McGrady Jr and Miss Ll11le Sorg popular young people of Port Fulton Ind The ceremony will be per formed by the Rev Father John OCoi nell rector of St Augustines church Jatnes J Donahue of the claim department of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company has returned from a fly- Ing trip to Buffalo and New York City He also visited Trenton where he wi the guest of his brotherinlaw and siste Mr and Mrs M J Shelley The wedding of Miss Katherine Mc Hugh of Marietta Ohio and Nicholas A Holzer of this city was solemnized at Marietta on Wednesday the Rev Father Wosemann officiating Mr Holzer is ai popular employe of Levy Bros His bride is well and favorably known in this city where she has visited frequently Mrs Clapham and sisters the Misses Malia entertained a number of Ihelr friends with a bounteous lucheon at their home 1122 West Zane street on Monday evening Those present were Mesdames Ella Delaney Dennis J Heffernan and Maggie Ayers Miss Julia Kelly Messrs Michael Kelly OHan Heffernan Menar and other The guests were pleased with the hospitatit of their charming hostesses Misses Annie and Mary Winn enter- taIned at cards at their home 602 West Broadway on Tuesday afternoon from 3 to 7 oclock when nine euchre table were kept busy Miss Edna Tierne won the first prize Miss Frances Hoer won the second while the consolatio award was made to Miss Frances Tucker Refreshments were served iIn the tastefully decorated parlors and all the little ladies left well pleased with tb e hospitality of their dainty hostesses Miss Lillian M Weppler and James F Dalton were united in matrimony at St Michaels church on Monday afternoon The bride is the daughter of Mrs Wep ler Gobandt of Pewee Valley and ha been much admired in Catholic societ circles The groom is a son of Polic Lieut John M Dalton and a nephew oC Edwarl Dalton The ceremony that made them man and wife was performe by the Rev Father John Sheridan After the nuptials had been solemnize Mr and Mrs Dalton held a reception at their new home at Fifth and Kenton Place Vogtsbcrg CLERGYMEN IMPROVING The Rev Father Daniel OSullivan pastor of the Church of the Blessed Sacrament is still confined to his bed at St Josephs Infirmary Since Thursday he has shown some signs of improve vent The Rev Father Joseph Kernan O P subPrior of St Roses Convent at Springfield recovering rapidly though be is still at St Josephs Infirmary The Rev Father G A Vantroosten berghe formerly pastor of the church at Holy Cross is ill at St Josephs Infirmary About eight weeks ago he went tc Europe for the benefit of hIs health but the trip afforded him little relief PROMOTION James J Mackey has been promoted rom his desk in the office of the Board of Public Works to a more lucrative position as clerk in the Comptrollers office Mr Mackey was selected from a host of other city ewployes by Comptrol rVilhite on account of his fidelity to luty and peculiar fitness His promotion Isr a source of great gratification to his many drlsh American friends both in andI out of the City Hall- FIREMAN CUSICK ILL James J Cusick the well known mem be of the No 1 engine company is offering from rheumatism and a compil ation of ailments and is at present con ned to his bed in the firemens ward att the City Hospital Mr Cusick is one ofr the veteran drivers of the fire depart cent and has manVtfrIends who would reJoice to hear recovery His condition is serious though not lecessarily alarming NEW CONVENT The Sisters of Charity are contemplate lug with delignt the approaching com iletipn of their new convent at Nazareth rhe building iis four stories in height aud is built of brick and stone It is Dteaded for the Sisters exclusively and wUl be ready for occupancy about the niddle of wbrwury 1 h d rJ r + II 111 I IH II I IIIII IUt WHY FAY RENTEIi + OFFICE OPEN SATURDAY NIGHT UNTIL 10 OCLOCK t t t t t I I t t t t M H t Mt H t I I It t t t n I t t t t KNIGHTS 1 OFJOLUMBDSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere A class of seventy was initiated at the last meeting of Fond du Lac CouncilI A new council was organized at Waul sau Wis with a membership of seventy eightThe plan to erect or purchase a club house in Milwaukee is still in a tentative stageThe total membership off the order January 1 was 143470 a net gain of 17664 over last year There are at present 1043 subordina councils in the United States and of these 144 were instituted during the past yearA new council was instituted at New Elm Minn Sunday afternoon Henn pin Council of Minneapolis assisted iIn conferring the degrees Chicago Chapter marked the tenths anniversary of the founding of the first council in Illinois by giving a ball in the First Regiment armory More than 2000 were present and Uiereceipts exceeded 8000- Milwaukee Council made arrangements for a lecture course during the winter and spring The first of the sedes will be delivered by the Rev S A Brad more of Marquette College and his subject will be Macbeth The Knights gave much to charity during the past year In New York City they raised 25000 for a Catholic chapel on Blackwells Island while the Phil delphia Knights gave Archbishop Ryn 5300 to bestow upon charity These are only a few of the larger donatiot madeInvitations are being spread broadcast by the New York chapter which wUl hold its annual drill and ball at Madison Square Garden on Monday February i5 Besides the Knights from New York and New England it is expected that nearly every State in the Union will be repre sented Auburn Council of New York State realized a handsome sun as the result oC a concert given by the Irish Ladles Choir Old favorites like Savounee Dheelish 0 Donnell Aboo and Shule Agra brought many of the old timers back to the green fields of Erin and their early days Pere Marquette Council will alternate business and pleasure from now unUl May Business meetings will be held every second week while the other meets lags will be given over to German night Irish nights card and dancing parties lectures songs and illustrated picture These will afford Milwaukee Catholic enjoyable entertainment I AMUSEMENTS Hopkins Theater offers Herrmann tbe Great as a headliner next week The great necromancer will exhibit man new feats In his Palace of Enchantment Tom Eck the cycling wizard has a new stunt in his hazardous loop All the other turns will be performed by wel known vaudeville artists Sam Btrnard and his original company willappear in The Rollicking Girl at Macaueya Theater on Tuesday and Wednesday night When Knigbtbooc Was In Flower with Roselle Knott as the star will be the attraction during the last half of the week with the usua Saturday matinee Rose Melville in her famous role oC Sis Hopkins will be the attraction at the Masonic Theater next week The story of the play is clean true to life and amusing Miss Melville has always beer afavorite here and as this is herlast sea son as Sis Hopkins she will daubtles draw large houses The London Gaiety Girls will be the attraction at the Buckingham Theater next week It is heralded as the largest and greatest burlesque show traveling Pat White an old time favorite wi lie1 the leading comedian Excellent vaude ville artists will appear in the olio EDELEN KELLY Miss Anna Belle Kelly and Richard M Edelen prominent young people o Bardstown will be united in matrimony at St Josephs church in that city on Thursday afternoon February 8 The Rev Father OCohnell will be offi elating clergyman The prospective bride is the daughter of Judge John S Kelly and is one of the handsomest girls in the State Mr Edeleu is a son of VR H Edelen the well known distiller The contracting parties are well known and- tereryediypopular in Louisville GETS NEW HAT Michael McDermott the new Vice President of Branch 4 Catholic Knights mild Ladies of America has bead pre sented with a new hat by the members of his branch It is well to remember that all the rood excuses have already been made u 6 When von can own your ownVome at a Monthly Payment less than rent We will buy or build you a home and Allow you to pay for same monthly For each I1OOO yon can paylus 99CSO per month together with 6 per cent simple Interest THE LAltRINC MANS tPPORTUNITY TO OWN A HOME AND PAY FOR SAME OUT OF HIS MONTHLY EARNINGS Call on our representative in your city or address W J WHAUEYDistrict Manager of the Standard Trust Co Corset Fifth and Mali Streets Rooms 693604 Keller EJuUdloj LotlivHIe Kentucky Telephone CNnbM ltt496a Home 3439 Birmingham Montgomery Ala Richmond Va Sumter S C Meridian Miss and Little Rock Ark i has the SWEEPING OUT SALE OL5andI I98Men1sI 298I348Mens398Boys98cBoys I BOSTON SHOE CO I98Ladies 1 398LadiesShoes Shoes 198 1MENS1 NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENT NO PRESENT LIKE GOOD JEWELRY t We have Jewelry other presents for the whole family at 50 per cent less than other jewelers can possibly sell for SEE US FIRST JEWELERJ1 9 TO THE PUBLIC I desire to announce to my friends Iamnow con nectedwith D theH BALDWIN CO 529531 Fourth Avenue PIANOS AND ORGANS anythinginHome Phone Ol I Curnb Phone Maln61 BAX FORGOODNESS SAKE When You Think of Bread Its MOTHERS BREAD That Comes First Into Mind Because It Is Best IJulI 1 1111 I 1 +IHInJH1 I lIlt tIi1r1IIIHifIl1It1MIiiIIh1 I I I I I 1 1 I I I I THE NORTON COFFEE 60 I IMPORTERS BLENDERS AND ROASTERS OF HIGH GRADE COFFEES IMPORTERS OF TEAS t Office Warerooms Millsi- l 347 W Main 1iI I IIIIiIIIIItItIIIIIIIfsI I I I I II- il I 1 ulu IIIhi + DR J Te CHA WKS 1 r Veterinary Infirmary Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For sad Delivered I 3399 Phonal OFFICE INFIRMARY AND SHOEING FOR6EI007I009 W BROADWAY 1 LUUISVILLE DENTAL FARLDR 544 Fourth Avenue Painless Extraction Examination Free Lady id 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 pm LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS 544 4IhAvcIII Avenue Thettrs Building II 1 1t Misses 125 67c Misses 1 250 I and that w L the FINE and and Doth PETER M AHDRIOJ SONS WAGONH MAAIUFACTURER3- Carrilo Re drkgOd RwOsTlnt 293 u4207 weST QlEfN sr II 1 J 1 1 NTU klalsiI AlY1RICA10i INSUREI t YOUR LIFE NOW TN TIIE Catholic J Knights of America 4 This is the safest and cheapest insurance society in the United States and has a special reserve fund of nearly J800000 Every Catholic man should protecthis wife and children by carrying a policy in this old j and established life insurance organization r 0 An examination of its rates will convince you of Its superiority over I I all others Remember that life Iis uncertain and delays dangerous A Insure now while yon can and protect your loved ones There are many branches in Louisville and applications or any desired information will be furnished by officers and members or by the CENTRAL COMMITTEE t NEWTON G ROGERS President JOHN J SCORE Secretary t Itf t+ + lOran W Smiths Son tw twALSMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 J J HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 JR Ja BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 538 EtST1UttIN STREET With the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT h I 1111111 H II 11IInH11I Illl 1111 IIH IllII111 UHl IJutI IHI IHI1 II THOMAS KEENAN a Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All calls promptly attended to day or night Car tiages furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST i IfIHI1I111H1IIIf1tItIII141tI 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 IH 1 1111 1 1 1 I 1 I II Hii AAAAAAA1AAA AAASAAAAA DANIEL DOUGHERTY Funeral Director l TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT-I II1Itii11tItI1iI1MIIIIiIItl1 t 1 fIIIf- J E TRACY L H PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS Carrlagu 1531 MARKET STREETBhort Notlu I J J 1 l I I J J J I J 1 t + 1 W+ 111+4i CHAMPAGNES I H AL KOLam 345 West Street CIGARS e u 0 OLD DANTON WHISKY ALWAYS PURE We Carry the Leading Brands B8t tIed in 4 BoltU Case 400 6 Bottle Case 600 c Case 1200 Jit7P ANT913 WEST BROADWAY Mail solicited Cor It HERRMANN BROS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal en in Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially 4 PEARL OF NELSON lBOTTLED IN BOND TrieBhoMi 1948 234 Sixth Striel iIMESLNl l1iIASA 1W t i jLe VALS t Ntp VAL LETEt1Pres- let Lvmcb every raoraiBg from 980 k 1 to 191119 oclock + Ksa vir omRXDMT aT- L I p J- n J T T T T T T T J and Embalmer Both 2993 Carriages Furnished All Occasions All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night n 1231 W Market StrBet 12th and 13th MlhtII II 1o STRAUB BOTH Parnlshedon w 11 11 II 11 It + 4i It H FINE WINES Green LIQUORS 1 3a- I Bond 12 Bottle Iorders 1st Market IMPORTERS Finest Phones I ILatest winter styles are now on sale Out prices are within leach ot all MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 564 W Jefferson Strata OTTO EVENT Proprieto- rHegPkoae47lg t a Cabrr3o JJ60NNOR BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR 1 DBALfA1r u LUMIERi SASH DOORS BLINDS LATHS SHINGLES AND ALL KINDS OF LUMBER 21252127 TwtMtysixth Strut HOME ron Mil n- i GIVriUS9 l V1 OUR l ORDER 1 ii OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET 1 WISE MEASURES I Proposed to Kentucky Leis lature By Senator Albert H Charlton Senator Albert H Charlton has intro duced to good bills since the present General Assembly of the Kentucky legis lators has been in session The first provides for the establishment of a Board of State Charities prescribing its duties and appropriating 4000 annually for its maintenance The Governor will be a member and exofclo President of the board Six other members are to be appointed by the Governor three Demo crats and three Republicans all to serve without compensation The members will be expected to hold meetings quar terly or oftener if need be and to inspect the various eleemosynary and correctional institutions of the State with view to the betterment of conditions The board will be permitted to appoint a Secretary who shall be paid for his servicesMr Charltons second bill is an act to amend the statutes relating to crimes and punishment It provides a punishment of not less than ten not more than fifty years imprisonment for burglary five to fifteen years for persons convicted of having burglars tools in their possession ten to fifty years for assault with intent to rob and a like punishment forI those convicted of purloining obliga lions bonds deeds wills etc For housebicaking the bill provides a pen alty of ten to fifty years and for assault lug an owner or inmate of premises burglariously entered it provides capital punishment or life imprisonment in the discretion of the jury STATE DEPUTY BUSY State Deputy James J Fitzgerald and Past State Deputy Robert A Watson of the Knights of Columbus have returned from Coviogton whither they wtnt to install the officers of Bishop Carrell Council Mr Fitzgerald has spent the greater part of two weeks visiting the various councils in his jurisdiction and installing the officers HUBBUCH BROS Hubbuch Bros the well known Marketstreet merchants have decided to again enter the wall paper field Novel styles new ideas and equipments and a carefully selected stock will be the attractive features of the new department They will soon invite you to inspect their stock at 624628 West Market street CAPTJMARTIN TO SPEAK Albert F Martin President of Trinity and Vice President of the Grand Council of the Kentucky Jurisdiction Y M I will addresss the members of St CnthJ critics Council at New Haven tomorrow afternoon Quite a number of Trinity Councils members will accompany Capt Martin to New Haven CHOSEN PRESIDENT Louisville laundrymen honored Coun cilman T Newton Shepartl by electing him President of their association The other officers are G E Spalding Vice President J H Johnson Secretary W E Haas Treasurer and Owen Sulli van Sergeantatarms MORE BRANCHES C K OP A The Catholic Knights of America are rapidly increasing their membership in South Dakota Several new branches have been organized in the diocese of Sioux Falls and are now in fine workirg order HOME DOCTOR You can often help a nervous headache by combing the hair gently If there are dirk circles around the eyes it meansill health and should be immediately looked after Fiaxseed tea with plenty of lemon juice and loaf sugar is very soothing to aorq lungs and will often cure a hard coughFor tender eyes make an infusion of a handful of cornflowers in a pint of hot water Let it stand sp hour Strain and use either tepid or cold When binding up cuts and wounds always use fine linen not cotton as the fibers ofjcottdn are flat and apt to irri tatea sorejplace whlle those of linen are perfectly rounded Cloths wet with alcohol and water or laudanum and vater and laid on a hot water bottle will relieve neuralgia when the painful part Is steamed over the bot tie covered with the cloth j c1u n wi GOOD WORK Printing FAIR PRICES Kentucky Irish American IM1 tULEYS TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY SAM BERNARD in The Rollicking Girl Thursday Friday and Saturday Evenings and Saturday Matinee When Knighthood Was In Rower HOPKINSHIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE TWO SHOWS DAILY Opening Week Beginning Sunday Jan 28 The World Renowned Trestldlgn- torHfaRRMANN THE GREAT In His Unique Palace of Enchantment Melanl Trio Italian vocalists and Instrument acro comedybatsElizabeth Murray the girt with the ragtime thnlllnRblcycGerman comedy and the KlnodromeA Ken tacky Feud BUCKINGHAM MATINEE DAILY WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY JAN 28 THE ORIGINAL NEW London Gaiety Girls Best Show of the Entire Season Dont fail to see the great Pat White everybodys favorite comedian OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS BT06 9TOl2 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work done fo- rhJ1 least money Our Dentistry Will Please YoU1 We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR H J COUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH AVENUE oppJno C Lewis Co C SCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE i Hams Bacon Pqrk Lard i Sausages Etc STALL 2 iENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and Green Streets TELEPHONE 2241 The Busy Mans Line BETWEEN LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE Sr LOUIS and- SOUTHWEST r is VIA LOUISVILLE HEI DERSON ST LOUIS BY HENDERSON ROUTE Pullman SieaperpFree Reclining ChalrCars Special roundtrip homeseekers1 rates to south west and west firs and third Tuesdays January and February 180 Special tourist rates to Colorado Texas Me leo and New Mexico on sale 8llllJOOSecondclasson sale first and third Tuesdays of January and February 1900 sk us for rates J H GAl JIRWINGenerali EDUCATIONAL The next meeting of the Catholic Edu rational Confeenceoff the United States will beheld at Cleveland in July Pro grammes are being prepared by each of the three sections which compose the body representing the seminaries col tleges and parochial schools The Exec Sell1lnaJ3ConferencewUlholdhat York next month APTERJ GRAND COIJNCIL Lambert Young Councilr Y Stf I QFrankfollWilliam Olberman and D J McNamara have been appointed on a special com mittee to puke the matter before the Board of Grad Directors which meets In this city withtna few weeks tWel1voWagons means Cusoaden Delivers Ice Creamj quick o c KIND WORDS From Rabbi Endow to Divis ion 4 On Receipt of Contribution Rabbi fa G Enelow pester of the Congregation Adatb Israel and Chairman of perspcutedRussian munication which was read at the meet iris of Division 4 A O H LOUISVILLE KY Jan 2 1906W JConnelly Secretary Division 4 A O H On behalf of the Russian Sufferers Fund Committee I desire to make further acknowledgement to you and your com mittee of the receipt of a contribution of J10 and resolutions from Division 4 Ancient Order of Hibernians We desire to express to your body our appreciation not only of the contribution but also of the fraternal spirit which prompted it ezpresslonIn ayforeverywhere and all men be given that freedom of life and faith which ofall happiness is the fountainhead Kindly extend our greetings to the gentlemen of your committee and order and believe me sincerely yours H G ENEIOW HINTS ON STYLE Tokay grape colqr is a new one Valenciennes is liked on little evening gownsEmpire hopelesslyThe new copper brown goes well with Russian sable Irish lace and ermine is a swagger combinationBlack for afternoon Is hav ing a great running Hair ornaments this year are varied in character and very elaborate Broadcloth and tulle are much used for trimming silk gowns Bands of broad cloth cut in scallops points or geomet rical designs at the top edge are appllqued to the lower edge of the skirt The broadcloth should match in tone the tripe or predominant color in the silk Paradise feathers are all the rage on fashionable milinery Fastened to the front of the crown or possibly the brim the plumes sweep gracefully backward right over the hat covering one side as much as the other Sometimes this paradise is edged on either side by an ostrich of self color be it black or white The paradise idea is carried out in both large and small hats A pretty little turban pointed in front is particularly suitable for the purpos- eSENTENCE SERMONS S Killing time is a sure way of spoiling characterReverence is the foundation of lasting loveThe sense of duty is a sign of the di vine in man Hatred often comes from only knowing half of a man The only sure thing about a lie is that it will never die It is hard for the leek to see why peo pIe prefer the lily Many mistake their dreams about heaven for deeds to lots up there There is nothing prouder than ignor once or more ignorant than pride After robbing Peter to pay Paul a man usually forgets to settle with Paul There are some socalled unpolished gems that are not susceptible of being polished BRAN IN BATH If you dont use a bath bag in the daily self tubbing toss a handful of wheat bran into the water before you take the little plunge The bran will soften the water and act as an emolient for the akin Never use alkali soap because it is an efficacious enemy of grime It Isnt the thing for the bath since it is an efficacious enemy of the cuticle Use soap that fsnt harsh A soap that makes tie flesh smart is sure to dry the skin and make it turn unlovely Use the best soap distinguished with vegetable oilIRIGHTS OF CHILDRENI I 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Act the at the open ing of the said there were two cases The of on a to Rev P on his to the of At the of the Conn was with a pair of there no cases All is to learn that Irish and Irish nuns are in Rome to save Ital ian from the with the of Irish in were the of the The has and the reten lien 06 Sir in office At a of the of in it was to hold an for and in that city the only had to of the of in open sag the was tbat the was very bad The was never more or of after an of onlv a few days at Cork five be was from the ward in of the late The Irish will be held in Whit week are made by the local and labor for the of del 300 of are to BIT the of at a has been from local cir cles He was the of the Rev and of the late Rev Ulick who has filled the of at for some time past has been can for the at Ills was to Will lam of of the by at of was with the in Kan turk his town The to was very and bore to the for his The in and the of in are the by the death of Rev took at the in years hisi life was full of zeal and his him to all with he came in In the of at a was lost to the Irish cause was a man a sent in all of ord In the old lie was one of the of the in the and never loot in the of his land On the of for l have been to the of for Both took on the at Sea did also who wiis ICe of the 1 rice One of of the l Q C c I 0 I I IWoments In I vet I In I I I 3981iI J BACON SONSTH- E IPLACE WHERE QUALITIES ARE BETTER PRICES LOWER IRELAND Record Most Important Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Whitty elected Superior Christian BrothersRev appointed parish priest Timoleagy Right Msgr Kelly Bishop Eight members United League totnmitted Castlematyr charged criminal conspiracy rIssing grand jury Roscommon Quarter Sessions Judge Wakely only simple people Kenmare decided making presentation Garvcy promotion important parish Newtownsandes opening Tnllamore Quarter Sessions County Judge Cnrran presented white glores being criminal Catholic Ireland pleased Christian brothers teaching Catholics proselytism Resolutions denouncing Treasury interference teaching schools defeatedat meeting Blackrock Urban Mayo County Council passed resolutions denouncing jury packing Sligo protesting against Horace Plunkett large meeting Chamber Commerce Limerick decided industrial exhibition Munster Connaught during yearThe complaint Judge Shaw make condition Kerry Tralee Quarter Sessions weather county peaceable orderly Thedeath Alderman Crowley illness occurred Only weeks before elected Center succession Alderman Edward Walsh Trades Congress Athlone during Arrange ments being trades people reception elates about whom expected attend death John thick OSullivan Ballygnan County Kerry prominent fgure removed father Very Canon OSullivan OSullivan Richard Murphy position station master Lismore appointed vassin agent railway company Clonmel place given Moore Buttevant- Announcement death drown- Ing Fermoy Jeremiah Roche received greatest regret native funeral Drotnleeriffe attended eloquent testimony sympathy entertained parents Dominican Community Sligo Order Preachers general poorer Columba Keenan which place Sligo priory Comparatively young missionary saintly qualities endeared whom contact death Thomas Plunkett ongford stanch Nationalist Deceased comparatively young though promi figure public afiairs Long Land League days pillars league county interest material welfare native recommendation Simon Jarigan Lieutenant Meath acnd Thomas Moy salty appointed Commission thePeaces County Meeth gentlemen their seats bench thelijwt UpyBalty Petty ionsVaa Jima OConuell recently appointed Jtt tbemott noted pttiarg 29s IWomens Black Kersey Coat Three loose front and back belt button trimmed 798 Coats Cleanup sale price 52inch Coats fancy mix 6S tures loose front and back vel collar 1298 Coats Childrens Coats plain colored cloth and fancy mixtures 400 Coats Cleanup sale price Childrens Brown Cheviot Coats Heavy i AND General Council largely County Roundtreeof SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O HD- IVISION u 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month Preslc1entIohn M Mulloy Vice President Thomas D dines Recording SecretaryThomas Ker nan Jr Financial SecretaryPeter J Cuticle 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomas Walsh SergeantatArmsEdward Craddick DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresldentWilliam T Meeban Treasurer Owen Keiran Record In Secretory Joseph T Lynch Financial Secretary John 7 Keaney DIVISION 3 Meets on tire First surd Third Monday evenings of Eaci Month President Patrick J Welsh Vice President John Hennessy RecordingSetretaryDennis JJ Cole manFinancial Secretary Dbniel J Dough ertyTreasurerGeorge J Bdtler SergeantatArln9Thom Noon Sentinel Martia Sbeehdia DIVISION 4 Meets on the Secondhand Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President John A Murpby Vice President Joseph L Lenihan Recording Secretary Frank P Burke Financial SecretaryEmmet OSulli van 1520 Seventh street Treasurer William J Connelly SergeantatArms Robert Mitchell Sentinel William Aosbro DIVISION 1 JEPFERSONVILLE Meets on the First andThird Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County President Michael Kenney Preajdent Robert Gleason VicePresident Michoel Breen TreasurerLouis Constantine Recording Secretary J B Murphy JIr Financial Secretary John Kinney Serjeantatarms John E Murphy DoorkeeperEugene Constantine Banner Carrier Timothy Kinney MarshalJohn Ai Kenn dy Y JM MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Eveningsat Club House 530Twentysixth Street President Charles S Raidy First Vice President Louis J Kieffer Second Vice President4D Oliver Patton Recording Secretary John Z Boland Corresponding SeCretary =trankLanM hen Financial Secretary Frank G Adams TreasurerDaniel Weber Marshal James L Mujlarkey Inside Sentinel Charles Oswald Outside SentinelLour Kinsella KATIE AGUES SMITH Independent of all Undertakers LADY EMBALMER Washing and dressing ladles and chip dren a specialty Elegadt shrouds made to order at reasonable prices All calls answered promptly day or night Home phone 1677 Office 2406 Payne St 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 Sdentiic and JJuilness Courses Pre ratory De partment IarQeswlmmlagIl Welt Equipped Gymnasium Terms Moderate Bro James Dir mills of Down that of Detnstera at Newry is In a bad financial condition A present and is up for sale as a sinking concern Itis the only willt in Ireland where dry spinning it carried on and works febout 8250 splndlea It ii cans ing a great deal of nonce B8stbe stop lug of the milla will thr w out over 609 hand Unless it is purchased and placed under management with larger capital the end Is not far off CIC eIATrue CttUoli bowedmake provision for tboeewboa e in their care while in good health eg intt the dark hour of death that is sure to come The CathoHcyKnights Aui rioaI to a most substantial order which tirnUbM gpod life iiusurance at cost Write t Pree4dcutPtt Gaudin New Orleans Lao to S ary A tboay Matre UermbdJaccwd Biilldiag St Louis Mo n 589 998 i 298 Q9 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Put WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 2 meets next Friday Seventyfive new members were re cently initiated by Division 40f Minne apolisDivision 6of San Francisco bas a mvmbersbip of 145 and 2100 in the treasury Division 1 of Keene N H has se cured hs own home a sew and handsome structure Eighteen members received the first and second degrees at the list meeting ofr Division 3 of Syracuse The Jatriots Sacrifice will be presented at Syracuse on February 22 by a dramatic club made up of members of division 4i- Division 2 of Washington gave 2fJ tithe suffering Jews of Russia and a like mount to the Catholic Orphan Asylum in their own city at a Decent meeting Thanks to atcommittee of the order in Brooklyn whZtI waited upon Bishop McDonnell of that diocese Irish history will be taught ia tbepasDcbialacools of tbat city President M JI Dwyer of Divforon 7 of Syracuse has donated a gold badge to be awarded the member who secures the greatest number of applications before March 17 Miss Charlotte Ml Holloway of New London has been appointed national lecturer by President Dolan She will lecture on Gaelic subjects in the United States and Canada Division 3 of Syracuse wants to swell i its list to 500 by Julv I and to that end has offered to donate railroad fare to the State convention to the member of the division who will bring in the most members i within that time The County Board of Allegheny county Penn which includes Fittsburg Duquesne and Homestead has incorporated for the purpose of securing a permanent hall in Pittsburg This shonld encourage our local members to keep up their work Division 4 of Syracuse has organized cadet drum corps made up of sons of members of the division The boys are waking rapid progress in their work and will make their first public appearance in the annual St Patricks day parade The cadets will be handsomely nni- fuiiucu The Ladles Auxiliary will hold an important special meeting next Monday night when committees from each divas ion of the order in Louisville will meet with the ladies Itis desired to start the proposed dramatic club as soon as possi ble in order that they may be prepared to give an entertainment either on March 17 or about Easter Monday night President Patrick Welsh of Division 3 I has appointed Lawrence J Mackey Pat I rick T Sullivan and Patrick J Welsh a committee of three to attend the meeting of the Ladles Auxiliary next Monday tight when the proposed dramatic club will be discussed He also desires all other members of the division interested in the movement to attend that meeting i IRISH HEROES Last Saturday medals for bravery wer I presented to the following New York pollCe OLangblin of the Amity street station Brooklyn Murray of the Rapelyea atreet station and Murphy of jthe Harbor squad The medals were presented on the request and recom mendation of Edward C Brennan Super intendent of the United States Volunteer Life Saving Corps Each of the three bad risked his own life to save the livea of those in whom he had no partic dar interest save the common cause of humanity SPLENDID RECORD Our Lady of Good Counsel Branch o the Catholic Knights of America a Elkton South Dakota initiated thirty five members at Its last meeting Tbisiai I a splendid record for a new branch andl iin a comparatively sew country ReportsI from many other dtiea arealinbat equally encouraging u 17 H f GREAT SALEOF IRON BEDSAT GREENESBeing the Largest Handlers oftIron Beds in Louisville We show the best variety and most handsome designs at the low est prices ranging From 250 to 25 JAMES GREEKIEI425 427 429 EAST MARKET STREET t t t- = 5ft BE SRETCALLF RrIMcKENNAII III I WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE m H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky E U W 11 = 41- r HIHfrHHHHS +ll I 1111111 H+lll I 1 HH11111 I J STRAIGHT CREEK COAL Pleases the Hard to 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