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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ii i iiiii- iis 0 i 4 rfc i 1 L hv 1r 1 i T + f t IRISHAMERICANr I I b VOLUME XVINO 6 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY FEBRUARY 10 1906 PRICE FIVE CENTS wslLIEEEDS Patrick Bannon Ono of Louis vlHes Olrtent Business Men at Best u i FiftyFour Years of Activity in the City of Ills Per sonal Choice I identified With Its Best InterI MournedestrI yjfV liv May J I tif 3 DB OOTrCATHOLlcAHD IRISH PATRIOT a f Quietly and peacefully as he bad lived so died Patrick Bannon Sr one of the oldest active manufacturers in Louisville- at his hone 2307 Rowan street at 830 oclock Tuesday night There was no man of any walk in life in Louisville more thoroughly identified with its interests He was eightytwo years old A ltadbSan 3ChgsIae4 bere for fifty four years Active earnest honest and attentive to business whatever enter prise he set on foot prospered At the time of his death he was President of the P Bannon Sewer Pipe Company and of the Kentucky Vitrified BrickCompany He also held a large block of stock in the Louisville Public Warehouse and owned stock In many other corporations- Mr Bannon is survived by his sons who were associated with him In busi ness and three daughters The sons are M Jeff Bannon Richard B Bannon and Patrick Bannon Jr The daughters are Mrs Robert L Burrell and Mrs Edward 0DOConnor of Louisville and Mrs S Hardesty of Memphis Death came to Mr Bannon from the Infirmities due to old age Until recently be bad never been seriously ill and rarely ever missed a day from his office 510 West Jefferson street until Thanksgiving day the last time he was able to appear on the street From that time on he sank slowly until the end came He passed away fortified by all the rights of holy mother church Patrick Bannon was born in the town of Klllough County Down Ireland on July 12 1824 Although a native of the Province of Ulster or mack North as some call It he was descended from a family of strict Roman Catholics Like his ancestors he kept the faith and transmitted it to his children When quite a youth he was sent to learn the plaster ers trade and so assiduously did he attend to his tasks that he soon became a master workman To a young man of his ambition and ability there was little to be gained by remaining in Ireland + and in 1849 when he had attained his twentyfifth year he sailed for America and at once took up his residence in Cin Cincinnati In those days good plasterers were scarce In this section of the coun 4try Within a year Mr Bannon was recqgnlzed as the best mechanic at his trade In the Queen City He received good wages was thrifty and was within a short time contracting for plastering work on his own account In 1852 the Cathedral of the Assump tion In this citywas ready to be plas tered Mr Bannons fame had spread and he was employed to do the work It was generally recognized as the best piece of work In the city and it stands f today a monument to his genius and ability On completing the Cathedral he returned to Cincinnati but was recalled to Louisville to do the work on the old Baptist church on Foutth and Walnut streets By the time that work was completed Mr Bannon knew and liked the people ofLoulsvillej The peo pIe liked him and appreciated his work so he remained here aud began a general contracting plastering business He recognized certain peculiarities In the clay in this vicinity and saw his way clear to competency In 1853 he began the manufacture of terra cotta pipe His first factory was on Jefferson street between Third and Fourth His pipes dand be made money from the starter he removed his plant to Fifth street fc Walnut aimprt opposite the Cathe Etch year his btnlnes extended K1863 be added the manufacture of pc to bitother IttduMri The l t sewer pipe plant was located at Thir teenth and Maple This industry grew Tljke his other enterprises and for many years be baa hBdtheJarge tsewerrplpe factory In the South andone 9ftbe largest In the world Years before thisI he had retired from the plastering bust ness to devote all his time and attention to other business interests lu 1889 he added the manufacture o vitrified brick to his diversified InterestsJ and established a factory on Magnolia avenue between Ninth and Tenth He organized a stock company to carry o this wprk Mr Bannon was chosen Pres lident and his eldest son M Jeff Bannon owned the controlling stock Together r they invested 100000 in the plant The new plant proved successful and the Bannon brick have not only been used for paving purposes in Louisville but also id Atlanta Knoxville Nashville Frankfort Lexington Lawrenceburg and many other cities in the South Only 5 per cent of the output of the various factories has been sold in Louis ville the remainder being disposed of throughout Kentucky and the South Mr Bannon was always interested inl politics and voted nothing but the straight Democratic ticket In 1866 be was elected a member of the Lower Board of the General Council He was reelected in 1803 and was then chosen President of that body A few years later be wasprbminently mentioned in connection with the Mayoralty race but he declined the honor on account of his rapidly growing business interests In 1860 he married Miss Louisa Ellen Smith a daughter of Early Smith a prominent resident of the county Mrs Bannon died in 1878 leaving a family of seven children Since then one of the children Mrs Ella Jacquetnln died In 1878 Mr Bannon married Mrs Susan Brackheitner who died two years ago Four years ago the P Bannon Sewer Pipe Company was incorporated with Mr Bannon as President his eldest son M Jeff Bannon Vice President and Gen eral Manager Richard B Bannon his his eldest son Treasurer Richard B Bannon his second soul Treas urer and Henry M Woltring an old faithful employe Secretary The officers of the Kentucky Vitrified Brick Company were P Bannon President M Jeff Bannon Vice President and General Manager R P Burrell A sonlulow of Mr Bannon Secretary and Patrick Bannon Jr Treasurer la all his years in America Mr Ban non never forgot the land of his birth and since coming to America he made two trips to Ireland He always took an active Interest In Irish affairs Informer years he was a prominent mem ber of the Sons of Erin the Fenians the Friendly Sons of St Patrick the Irish Land League the Irish Catholic Benevolent Union and other societies At the time of his death he was a mem ber of the Knights of Columbus Notwithstanding his thrift Mr Ban non ever had his hand in his pockets for worthy charities He gave Irrespec tine of race or religion His friends were legion but it is his sons and daugh ter to whom he was such an affectionate father who will miss him most His halfbrother and former partner in busi ness Barney J Campbell will also miss him So will the Rev Father Hugh Brady John McAteer Charles J White and others who have for years been almost daily visitors at his office The funeral took place from the Cathe dral of the Assumption at 10 oclock yes terday morning and that large edifice was thronged with friends and acquaint ances of the departed and within the sanctuary were many clergymen to assist at the solemn mass of requiem The act- Ive pallbearers were Matt J Winn Charles J OConnor Peter M OReilly Robert A Watson Dr Wm B Doherty James J Fitzgerald Charles FTaylor and Al S Smith The honorary pallbearers were Mayor Paul C Earth Hon Charles F Grainger Judge Matt ODoherty Judge Shackel ford Miller Judge John McCann Col John McAteer Col John H Whallen Col Michael Muldoon Pierre Viglinl Charles Herniany Capt John H Weller Col William B Haldeman Daniel F Murphy George A Newman Sr J P McCollum Bernard Cassilly Philip Mur phy Cornelius ONeill Spalding Cole man D X Murphy M J Duffy Will= iam Lincoln Michael OSullivan Thos Fceley Charles G Stiglitz Dr J W Fowler William M Higgins Charles A Rogers William Coonan Thomas Shelley and Jeremiah Kavanagh CLERGY CHANGE I As Result of Proposed New Church at Highland Park The Rev Father William McLaughlin who was for a short time assistant priest at St Williams church in this city has been appointed chaplain and spiritual director at Lorettb Academy where he FatherMileyRev Father John J Fitzgerald as pastor of the Church of the Annunciation at Sbelbyville Father Fitzgerald has been appointed pastor of the new church to be erected in LouisvilleHebuilding of the new edifice and While here Is the guest of his friend the Rev Father Thomas A York Father Fitz 8dhaa been an Indefatigable worker since his ordination rand has done much toward the upbuilding of aeveraltoegre- tatleneprior to this is tkUdtoMM 1 SPLENDID Ie Attendance of JcfToreonvlllo thenNational Directors Gold Weather Had No TerrorsI Sonsnof Erin i Division In Healthy Condition Financially ns Well as Numerically PATRICKS DAY IN THE FALLS CITIES Despite the extraordinary cold weather the Jeffersonville division of the Ancient Order of Hibernians held a splendid meeting on Tuesday night The announcement that National Director George J Butler was to be presentwas In a great degree responsible for the large attendance Vice President Michael J Breen presided and invited National Director Butler anl former County President Patrick T Sullivan of Louisville to seats on the rostrum An interesting communication was read regarding the teaching of Irish his tory and the proper text books to be used in schools and colleges Thomas Lally was reported sick but Improving and John B Murphy Jr was also reported on the sick list The reports of the officers showed that the State and national dues had been paid and that the division was in excellent financial condition The application of Thomas Horan was receivedAmong the prominent Jeffersonville Hibernians present were County Presi dent Michael Kinney Police Commis sloner John B Murphy Peter Madden Patrick Dixon John Kenney and Barney CollNational Director Butler addressed the meeting and said be was glad to see the division doing so well and reflecting so much credit on Jeffersonville He made a brief statement of the work done and of that now in progress before the National Board Mr Butler also made several timely suggestions on the teaching of Irlsh11MryHe riefd the order was growing throughout the country In conclusion he predicted a great year for the order and assured all hat encour aging reports would be read at the national convention at Saratoga His remarks were well received Former County President Sullivan also made a snort talk and offered a special plea for the study of Irish history William M Higgins editor of the Kentucky Irish American made a con gratulatory address and Invited the mem bers to visit Division 1 and the other divisions in Louisville It was determined to celebrate St Pat ricks day and the following committee was appointed to make the necessary arrangements Thomas Dlxon Thomas Lally Thomas Gleason Will Constan tine and Bernard Coyle The nature of the entertainment was not positively decided but in all probability it will be a euchreAfter the meeting the members spent a pleasant half hour in socialccnversa tion with their Louisville visitors The committee appointed by the local County Board toarrange for the St Pat ricks day celebration has secured Macau leys Theater for Sunday night March 18 While the programme has not been arranged it can be positively stated that an eloquent orator will be secured for the occasion and a musical programme of purely Irish airs will be given GREAT MAJORITY Gives Hon Emmet Slattery His Seat In the State I Legislature The House of Representatives pf the Kentucky Legislature stttled the Bern heimSlattery contest on Thursday seat ing the Hon Emmet Slattery by a vote of 60 to 26 Mr Slattery Is one of the ablest and most popular young lawyers at the Louisville bar Since his appearance In the role of State solon he has added fresh laurels to his wreath by manliness and energy He is making a splendid Representative for the Sixth and Seventh wards in the pres ent General Assembly He was appointed a member of the Committee on Public Morals and when the bill to enable the city of Louisville to Issue bonds to the extent of 4000000 for the construction of sewers was presented to the Legislature Representative Slattery was asked to explain Its provisions to the House So well did he acquit himself that no one bad any questions to ask aud no other ThebillFAKe OR TRUE A cablegram from Rome to the daily papers Is responsible for the story that Cardinal Satolli is the first Roman Cardi nal to use an automobile in that city The message says he had special permis atom from the Pope himself In order that he might wait certain parts of the dio oe where there areno jrailroadaU the seas dtepatehtdeclam that Cardil 11 JD h lnal Ferrari Artiblshop of Milan h uteda motorjutpr three years in ass lug his eplsfojiatvisitations and that he has baen much censured for his innoyationM The probability Is that the whole dispatch to a fat jtaigned to kill space ETEiAL LIFE i IIs Now thil Portion of Mrsf Julia Dalton Coleman 4tI anLadyitl5r r Y One of Lotilivtlles oldest and most respected Iri ih dies was called to eternal rest when Mrs Julia Dalton Coleman died atJ her 1 home 1731 Portland avenue IastS itnrday morning The deceased complaining for several we haalbeen illness did not take a until a few days before her The deceasewas born in the perish of Athea Cw ity Limerick Ireland seventyfourJyJ rs ago but had lived in St Patricks garish Louisville more than fifty dear Mrs Coleman was a member of abnglived family Two sisters Mrs James Liston agedeighty five and Mrs Timothy Sullivan aged eight six 8tHlsurvlve In the parish of- Athea Anotsister Mrs Nicholas Liston lived the advanced age of ninetyfour Yea i During her jngi life this gentle lady was always enei jetic and cheerful and for many years fas associated with her son in the con uct of a dry goods store at her residence Three children sur vive They are Dennis J and Mrs Mary Kelly of this City and Mrs Elizabeth Brady of Alba y N Y A number of grandchildren also survive her Patrick J Liston a well known Hibernian is her nephew Besides these Mrs Cole man was related to many of the oldest Irish families in the city Saturday night and Sunday the house was crowded with friends aod relatives who went to pay their respects to the dead womans memory The floral tributes were numer ous and exceedingly handsome High mass of requiemwas celebrated over her remains at St Patricks church on Monday morning and the church was filled with sorrowing friends GRAND DIRECTORS Will DIscuSs Matters of Im pertziiYiltC MfliTo morrow Afternoon The Board of Grand Directors Y M I of the Kentucky jurisdiction will meet at Mackin club house at 1 oclock tomorrow afternoon Chairman Frank G Adams will preside and every mem ber of the board is expected to be pres ent as matters of importance are to be passed upon Among the matters to be discussed and in all probability definitely decided upon will be the city for the next Grand Coun cil Frankfort New Haven and Owens boro are in the field and each of these towns have special reasons to urge Frankfort will send a delegation from Lambert Young Council headed by D J McNamara to press her claims It is probable that Supreme Trustee John J Barry will represent New Haven while Fred W Arnold will speak for Owens boroThe meeting has been called at an early hour in order that business may be disposed of in time to let the members of the board catch their trains for home I LADIES AUXILIARY Will Hold Open Meeting and Receptlonat an Early Date The Ladies Auxiliary A O H held its regular meeting on Wednesday night Miss Mary Sheridan presided and told those assembled about hertrip to Chicago and her tlslt to the auxiliary there She had picked up many suggestions for the improvement of the local auxiliary Three nefv applications were reported and the retort of the Treasurer showed a very handiome balance on the right side of the books The information that Miss Bridget Hanrahan was suffering from a broken arm was receivtu regret Mass Hanraban trippc o on the stalls while attending the auxili ary1 The committee in charge of the dra matic club reported progress It wasI decided toj hold an open meeting and reception fn the night of Wednesday February 2 The gentlemen friends of partlculartyInvited hjLY NAME SOCIETY Tomorrow will be the regular montby- communlfn day for the Holy Name Louis Bertranda church Father Clark 0 POI who is pro te rfi pastor of the congregation made mp1c loquent appeal at the late mass last Sundry for a better and more regu commupIons said we e handed together to preven- tcun1ngdsweering ant to protect the holy nan e ofJesus from Insult If they were banled together for some worldly or slater il1 benefit the attendance would tluctlUtieIaa ss tottorrow V r BOSTON People Are Well Pleased WithI Their New Coadjutor Arch bishop OCounell I Honors Have Conic Very Rap Idly to This Ablo Young Prelate Success of His Recent Mission to Japan Won Him Favor PERSONA GRATA TO ARCHBISHOP The new Coadjutor Archbishop of Bos ton William H OConnell has been Bishop of Portland Maine during the past three and a half years While it was known that since his recent mission to Japan and Its successful outcome that he was In line for some promotion his appointment to the Coadjutor ship of Bos ton with the right of succession to the Sep came in the way of surprise Bishop OConnell was not one of those names selected by the Bishops of the archdiocese of Boston As it is Rome ignored the list of names selected and promoted him It is believed that Cardinal Satolliwas one of those who urged Bishop OCon nells new appointment Bishop OConnell was born in Lowell Mass in 1859 and received his educa tion at Boston College Later he went to St Charles Seminary Baltimore finishing his theological course at the American College in Rome Cardinal Satolli was one of his professors In the metropolis of Christendom In 1885 he was appointed assistant pastor at Med ford Mass where he remained four years and then went to Boston as assist ant at St Josephs church There he remained ten years when he was appointed rector of the American College l at Rome While there he presided with great success and WAS a worthy follower of our own Right Rev Bishop McCloskey the first Rector of that college When the Right Rev James A Healy Bishop of Portland died In August 1000 the See remained vacant for quite a period When the clergy sent in the names of those they preferred Bishop 5Connells name was not on the list The names of those chosen by the priests of the diocese were passed over and the then Father OConnell was named by the Vatican Only a few months ago he was sent by his Holiness Plus X on an Important mission to Japan It Is presumed that his appointment as Coadjutor to Arch bishop Williams is a reward for the suc cessful manner in which he accomplished the work cut out for him The diocese of Boston was established in 1808 but the archbishopric was not created until 1875 It covers a territory of 2465 square miles and the jurisdic tion extends over 1000000 Catholics Archbishop John Joseph Williams is the oldest in the American hierarchy He was consecrated Bishop of Boston on March 11 18G6 and nine years later his See was raised to the dignity of an arch diocese He has long been an admirer of Bishop OConnell and it Is generally believed preferred him as Coadjutor and successor above all others suggested Although the Archbishop is an aged man and rather weak physically his mind appears to be aa strong as ever Archbishop OCounell is well known and personally popular in the archdiocese to which he goes His admirers predict that still higher honors will come to him 1 BUSINESS MEETING Or Division 3 Held on Monday and Important Matters Considered Division 3 A O H held a well attended meeting Monday night consid ering the inclemency of the weather President Patrick Welsh occupied tbeI chair and dispatched business with promptness Joseph Lannon who has been seriously ill was reported well ilchael Quinn and John Lynch wereI reported illjbut improving- A communication was read from the Ladies Auxiliary asking Division 3 to cooperate with them in making their dramatic club a success and to send representatives t to their next meeting The members promised to assist the ladies in their undertaking National Director George J Butler made a brief address in favor of the proposed home and his ecu timents were approved by James Cole manIt j was announced that the County Board would meet tomorrow and thats full attendance was desired In addition t to the report of the Home Committee the St Patrick day committee will makeI its report at tomorrows meetingII UNTIL AFTER EASTER The New Albany division of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will giveI another of rte delightful euchres next Tuesday afternoon and evening As this will be the last until after Eater a large alttndance Is expected The HMSB bus extend a cordial Invitation to all their frlwids inthe three Fall cltia to I bcpNMoi Tht afternoon gorse will be f t called at 230 and the evening game at j 830 oclock The admission will be only ten cents and handsome prizes are to b awardedThe have several applications ready to be acted upon at the next meeting M LADIES AT WORK To Help In Making Unity Coun ell Bazar a Grand Success At the request of members of Unity Council Y M I of New Albany the respective pastors of Holy Trinity and St Marys congregations called a meet ing of the ladies at 2 oclock last Sunday afternoon The meeting was held in St Josephs Hall and the attendance was large and gratifying Grand Treasurer Charles F Pfeffer of theY M J of the Indiana jurisdiction called the meeting to order and explained its object The members of Unity Coun cil are desirous of beginning work on their new dub house during the coming spring and they wanted the cooperation of the ladies in raising additional funds With their aid a bazar will be given dur ing the week following Easter Sunday The Rev Father Borries Chaplain of Unity Council followed Secretary Pfeffer and was in turn followed by President James OHara The ladles at once took active Interest and organized a commit tee of twelve six from each parish to begin the work Mrs Mary Breetz was elected Chairman The committee is made up as follows St MarysMesdames Mary Breetz Frank A Kraft Theodore Moritz Wil liam Soergel lien Gildcrhaus and Ben HinkebeinHolly Misses Ida Knlbrihn and Bridget Lamon Mesdames William Receveuer Emile Dupaquier Carry Me Clintock and Bettie GrafIThe ladies have held several meetings during the present week and have things in splendid shape It has been arranged to give a euchre ou the afternoon and evening of Washingtons birthday to secure money enough to buy prizes forth bazar Durutng the bazar a handsome piano will be awarded the most popular young lady and a Shetland pony to the most popular girl or boyS I PREPARING I For Grand Banquet Are Cin cinnatis Friendly Sons of St Patrick The Cincinnati branch of the Friendly Sons of St Patrick held a business meeting and social session at the St Nicholas Hotel in that city last Saturday night It was what is known as Presidents night and President Charles F Williams regaled his fellowmembers with i a buffet luncheon after the business of the evening was disposed of At the business meeting the new Presi dent stated that he wanted to have tbe best that could be afforded at the annual banquet on March 17 both in the way of speakers and viands and that he wanted the society to grow larger and better than ever during the coming year His newII Executive Committee was announced asI follows Thomas J Cogan Norman G Kenan H J Cain A J Conroy and J KinearyThe Committee is composed of E J Tully W A Hopkintt Peter Costello Joseph Dermody andI Joseph Dillon I While the luncheon was being served songs were sung by several of the mem berstt I I TRIUMPHAL t Entry Into Dublin by the New Lord Lieutenant of IrelsndIThe Earl of Aberdeen the new Lord I Lieutenant of Ireland made a triumphal entry Into Dublin on Saturday The entire route from the quay to Dubliri I Castle was lined with troops It was I exactly twenty years since the Earl was I first sent to Ireland as Lord Lieutenant He made an able and kind executive before and this time the people turned C out in holiday attire to Welcome his I return Public buildings and private dwellings were profusely decorated for the occcasion It Is expected that many changes will occur in the vice regal household and some of the lesser officials have already I taken their departure FORTY HOURS DEVOTION Forty hours devotion began at St Peters church Seventeenth and South gate streets on Sunday and closed on Tuesday morning The altar was bril liantly illuminated and handsomely decorated for the services St Michaels f Couimandery Knights of St John 1 attended mass in a body on Sunday andtt received holy communion The Knights i made an excellent appearance in their handsome uniforms An unusually large number attended the devotion andE received holy Communion p BOUND FOR CUBAz 1 ColJamea K Whallen and Frank Me I Gratk spent several days this week at FMMtool New Orleans anti Mobile J todayforf w DILEMMA ejj That Is Ahead of Sir Hcnry- Compbo11Bannermanat PrcsentI I Why No Irish Nationalist Given a Gnblncni Position Redmond and His Party Wil Be Lined Up With the Opposition IRELANDS FRIENDS IN THE MIHISTR1 Quite a number of IrishAmericans even some of the editors are waxing wrathy because Sir Henry Campbell Bannerman placed no Irish Nationalists in his Cabinet There was good reasons for his action The Nationalists had pledged themselves to stand by home rule for Ireland first and after that is granted they will be individually at liberty to accept Cabinet positions should they be offered Sir Henry Campbell Baunerman knew of this pledge and hence made no offer not even tp John partyThere SecretAryforhistorian but be has never been an Irish NationalistCol Tobin of San Francisco a prominent Nationalist recently con tributed to the San Francisco Call an able paper on this same subject He says in part When the new Parliament meets with the Liberals in the majority the Irish National members will be found sitting on the same side of the house with Balfour Chamberlain and the entire Tory opposition against whom they have been battling since 1892 If Irishmen can not be found in the new Ministry their friends and sympathizers can be found there in large proportion First HenryCampbetlBannerman flunked since Gladstone raise rule standard and has uTsS5n and out of season advocated Irelands right to orleyformerher stanchest friend Herbert Gladstone a son of the grand old man and a faithful follower of his principles John Burns the great labor leader who never missed casting bis vote on the same side with the Irish National representatives and the new Lord Lieutenant of Ireland the Earl of Aberdeen who was tried before in the same position and not found wanting It is fortunate for Ireland that Lord Roseberry has been left out Although as one of Gladstones Cabinet Ministers he stood by him in supporting his hornj rule policy in Parliament he afterwoil became a backslider on the groun at the predominant partnerr Englan Was adverse He has lately announced that he could not serve under a home rule banner In a certain sense the new Ministry may be regarded as a compromise Ministry It includes strong men who are likely to put aside their differences and postpone the questions upon which they can not agree for the sake of fighting a dicisive battle on a principle on which they are agreed liThe new Chancellor of the Exche quer H H Asquith pulled in the same boat with Lord Rosebery during the Boer war Sir Edward Grey the new Minister for Foreign Affairs did the same and so did R B Haldane now Secretary of War They were all In favor ringwith the jingoes as Imperialists while the great body of Liberals who opposed the war were dubbed little England era If the new Government refuse some measure of home rule trouble lies ahead for Sir Henry and his Cabinet This puts the new Premier in a difficult posU lion If be refuse home rule his par will lose the support of the Irish Nat alists If he grants ita disruption offl questlIstl Premier take HEROIC PRIEST rLost Life After He Had Save Five College toys In La Salle III The Rev Father Gilbert Simons CS JUiaoluiverafI LJ Salle Ill last Saturday while rescuing number ef students at St B des Collel coliitty to being photographed lice gave way beneath their wall were precipitated Into the 1 Father Simons plunged ntottt at once and succeeded in brin of the boys to safety He exhausted while returniogfor t Threeperishedwlth orielaiwYork StCollegeIIteixiuontbeagota i 0 w5W7UhhI1 u L7Cr iC rUCK IRISH K u u KENTUCKY IRISH flMEKW r IIN111- 1NIIIIIINNIIIN iitatd te the Moral end Social Advanaaleext of all lrlirit AMarlimas KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS 6C13ICJstered tt the loiil vHIePost6mce sSecotidCl MM tUr tfcicfiall Ceimanicatioestothe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN326Weit QrecnSIre LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 10119061 SPECIAL NOTICE J I with which I The promptness I jany of pur subscribers have Desponded to recent statements of accounts sent out by us is veryii gratifying As we desire to make a special effort to clear upall accounts now on our books before March i we willappreciate prompt remittances from those who are still in arrears R I P BannonISr the city and State have lost a useful and active citizen his chil dren an affectionate father the church a faithful member the cause of Ireland an ardent devotee the Irish people of this community ii a true friend The Kentucky Irish American was indebted to him for many courtesies and kindnesses We wish to extend our sympathy to his sorrowing family- RIDICULOUS ASSERTION In an article headed Five of the greatest ministers in America today a writer in last Sundays CourierJournal after descanting upon the merits of men like Drs CharlesHenry Parkhurst Russell A Conwell Wilbur Chapman and Newell Dwight Hillis says Though the form of service in Mfefrplic Church is riot pecu liarly adapted to the development of pulpit eloquence many ecclesi astical authorities of various churches hold that Archbishop Patrick John Ryan of Philadel phia is our most eloquent present f day preacher Shades of St Augustine and St Dominic Where did this fellow get his information that the form of service in the Catholic Church is not peculiarly adapted to the devel opment of pulpit eloquence prom kbfi time that He who founded the rch preached His sermon on the mount to the present day when has this church been without eloquent orators After the trag edy on Calvary and the descent of the Holy Ghost upon the Apostles and Disciples who were the ora tors the great preachers of Chris tian doctrine St Paul was added r to the list and on down through the ages too numerous to mention do they come these pulpit orators of the Catholic church St Augus tine St Bernard who preached the Crusade St Patrick St Dominic and St Ignatius both of whom founded orders of pulpit t orators all these must have been y overlooked jby the Courier Journals i writer Is there today a land under Lthe sun where the blackrobed suit and the whiterobed Domin Can orators are unknown Who n these days does not remember fee Burning eloquence of Pere Vcordhire in France and of Father to Titirke in Ireland and Ame- rIca I- JButt pulpit oratory iq Catholic churches isi J not confined to th- e1Lticans and Jesuits alone Men other orders secular priests Bishops Archbishops Cardinals khd Popes in every age have ctracted the people to the Catho L church by their eloquence Are i Catholic churches crowded worshipers every Sunday Syo to six or seven times a tereas the vast majority off ing ministers preach once hap twice a day- t about Archbishop Ireland shop Spalding 1in bur own rhatabcut Father Kearney- ant Provincial ottMt Y e Dominicans and a Kentnckiatr to boot The Catholic service not adapted to pulpit oratory IL Who would have thought it Surely none but this writer for the Cour ier Journal We know that the Catholic Church has something more to back it than mere pulpit oratory and yet that oratory has never been found wanting when it was needed Oratory does not consist merely in high sounding phrases beautifully rounded periods and sensational climaxes The purest best oratory is the greatest truths told in the simplest language in words that reach the heart the mind the soul This is the eloquence the oratory of the Catholic priest But whats the use wasting more time on an assertion so palpably false so absurdly ridiculous JAPAN IS SORRY The Kentucky Irish American and every other IrishAmerican journal in the United States has continued to oppose any entangling alliance with England an affair which a number of American toads and Anglomaniacs sought to bring about Now a new party has sprung up in Japan with the object of breaking off the alliance between that country and England Lieut Gen Viscount Tani former Min ister of Commerce and a member of the Japanese Parliament Tuka moto Soi the well known states man and many others prominent in the affairs of state are leaders in the new movement In a recent article in The Nippon a conserva tive paper Tukamoto Sei says- I am strongly opposed to the AngloJapanese alliance The war with Russia was the result of our first alliance with Great Britain Russia having origidally no inten tion of getting into a war with us The alliance forced Russia into the war Not without reason European and Russian statesmen say that England goaded both of the coun tries in the conflict Nevertheless the alliance has been renewed and as a result the horizon in the Orient is again clouded England needs the army of Japan and only for that reason is she posing as Japans friend We have not been clearsighted enough to see this and have been enticed into an alli anceIrishmen have been acquainted with English perfidy for centuries Japan is now learning by experi enceGIRLS RIDICULE SISTERS Several of the female students it would hardly do to rail them young ladies attending the Ohio State University at Columbus recently made themselves ridicu lous by appearing at a fancy dress ball garbed as sisters of charity The daily press reports that these women danced with male students of the same university attired as red devils and carrying pitchforks Between the dances the women made a further mockery of the Catholic religion by pretending to say the rosary The Rev Father A M Leyden pastor of St Fran cis of Assisis church justly indignant sent a letter of protest against this conduct to WO Thompson President of the Uni versity IB case the letter is unheeded it is probable that the Catholics of Ohio will make trouble11 for President Thompsonand the institution Not long ago President Thompson took severall of the girl pupils to task for smoking cigar ittes Ohio girl seem to Dtttf learn ill the aecomplWiineiifJ COMRLinENTARY I 3 l i r I i The sditorofi our esteemed con i i temporarytheEmereld of Man chesterf N Hj makes the follow ing statement in his journal Hibernianism in Louisville Ky is in a prosperous condition Other sections of the State should follow Louisville Hibernians owe much to their official organ It labors week after week for the orders interest and we are pleased to note that the Catholic merchants of the city appreciate its efforts by gener ously patronizing its advertising columns I Substantial support is the best mode of appreciation aud the Kentucky Irish American is worthy of the support accorded The new British Parliament will be formally opened next week and Irishmen on both sides of theI Atlantic ocean are very anxious to see how the new Premier and his Cabinet will keep their anteelec tion promises If the Liberals keep faith an Irish Parliament sitting in College Green will be as great an attraction to Americans in 1907 as the Dublin Worlds Fair will be The Kentucky House of Repre sentatives acted wisely and well in adopting the measure raising the age of consent from twelve to six teen years Thus another safe guard is thrown around the purity of Kentucky womanhood KNIGHTS OFi fiOLIIBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere New Orleans will have a big initiation during Mardi Gras week Jackson Tenn will soon have a coun cil which will give that Satte five coun cils A new council will be instituted at Marshallton Iowa within the next thirty days A new council with fortyfour charter members has been instituted at Wil mington N C State Deputy Leahy and staff of St Louis will institute a new council lit Bonne Terre Mo on February 25 Lemoyne Council of Syacuse N Y has incorporated under the name Knights of Columbus for the purpose of maintaining club rooms A new council is about to be instituted in Pine Bluff This will give Arkansas three councils Little Rock and Fort Smith being already organized A class of 200 will receive the fourth degree at Des Moines Iowa on Wash ingtons birthday The candidates will come from Iowa Nebraska and South Dakot6The St Louis chapter and its K of C Choral Club will give a concert in that city on Monday February 10 Miss Maria DeRohan the grand opera prim- donna will be heard in solos I The new hall and club rooms of St Paul Council in St Paul Minn were formally opened with a ball on Tuesday evening The council chamber is 75x44 feet and has a seating capacity of 760 Marquette Council of New York City held its annul entertainment recently Among the features was a ibree act farce comedy produced by members of the dramatic circle and an exhibition of Irish jig and reel dancing The tenth anniversary of Manhatta- Council in New Ycrk City was cele brated in a unique manner The members attended one of the theaters in a body and later held a banquet in one of the citys best appointed restaurants SICK CLERGYMEN The Rev Father Thomas W White pastor of the church of St prances of Rome at Crescent Hill who has been ill of the grip at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hoipital since Monday is slightly im provedThe Rev Father Daniel OSullivan pastor of the Church of the Blessed Sac rament is still very ill at St Josephs Infirmary The Rev Fathers J E Kernan and G A Vantroostenberghe who have been ill at Sf Josephs Infirmary are much im proved MACKIN COUNCILS EUCHRE Mackin Council Y M L expects to have its club house crowded twice on Wnsbjngtpns birthday when a mam moth ochre will be given under the joint auspices of the Gymnasium Committee and Social Club Games will be called at 230 oclock in the afternoon and at 816 oclock in the evening Many handsome prizes have been secured to be awarded the winners of the various games The advance sale of tickets has been very large The proceeds will be used to repaint and embellish the dancing haU FEDERATION The Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies held its regular monthly meeting at thr Catholic jVooiama Club on Thursday night ties dent atrick T Sullivan occupied tbe chair and the number of societies represented indicated that the Eederatioa JUI prosper under the new regimel Quite a- lott of routinebaetnese was transacted and fowlingI Jnembew deiInstructive ddnaeer n 1 SOCIETY Daniel B Torpy of Marietta Ohio Is the guest of ills sister Mrs Rose Henley 511 Twentysixth street Mrs Frank McKernan and son Francis are at Adalrville where the father of the former is dangerously ill Miss Ida Raidy entertained her card club at her home 2010 West Main street on Wednesday afternoon Miss Lillie Deuser of Charlestown lad has returned home after a brief visit to relatives in this city Miss Ada Walsh left Thursday for Rochester N Y where she will be the guest of Miss Julia French Thomas OMalley of South Louisville who has been seriously ill at St Josephs Infirmary is rapidly recovering Miss Mollie OConnor of New Albany has gone to Memphis to visit her brother and will remain away several mouths Miss Della Green of Bardstown has returned home after a pleasant visit to her sister Mrs George R Mattingly of this city Mrs Lillie B Murphy and children Mattie1 Bell and Clarence have returned to Lagrange after a pleasant visit to relatives in this city Roger McGrath is receiving congratu lations over the birth of a little daughter The young miss will be christened Ella Craig McGrath Miss Jennie Hourigan entertained th tPortland Young Ladies Euchre Club a her home Twentyfirstind Bank streets on Tuesday evening William P McFadden of Portland and his sister Miss Margaret are the guests of their sister Mrs J P Dolan at Eureka Springs Ark Mrs Charles Slade and infant daughter of Birmingham Ala are visiting her mother Mrs Patrick J Kenealey They will remain several weeks Miss Bertha Thomas and her brother Emmet have returned home after spend lug a few days with their grandmother Mrs John B Fagan of New Albany Col Philip Igoe a former member of the Board of Public Safety who has beenI confined to his home in Belgravia by an attack of the grip is slowly improving Mr and Mrs Edward Keating of South Louisville were given a surprise party Wednesday evening Refresh ments were served after a game of euchre Officer John J Beirne will return to duty tomorrow after bjisten days wica Lion Instead of talcing a trip he enjoyed himself with his delightful family at 1921 Twelfth street Roger J OConner and Miss Anna Elizabeth Burke prominent young people of Bowling Green will be united i smarriage by Jthe Rev Father Thomas Hayes of that city on Wednesday Robert G Goebel a popular member of Trinity Council and who was for several years with J Bacon Sons ha accepted a more lucrative position with the GraumanHencheyCross Company Albert B Freville Superintendent ol Corna pany has returned from Marti svtlle lad His health has been restored suf ficiently to allow him to resume hi duties Miss Bertha Hagan and William J Lewellyn will be united in marriage at St Georges church on Wednesday morning at 0 oclock the Rev Father Weiss officiating Miss Aralia Hagan and Charles I Wiggins will be the attendants Owensboronwife of the Secretary of the Democratic c National Committee who has been ill at St Anthonys Hospital in this city for several weeks is gradually improving Her many friends hope fcr her speedy and full recovery Mrs Mary Barrett 838 East Mains reet left Thursday for Dayton 0 to visit her son S Parnell Barrett who iis seriously ill of pleurisy Another son Anthony Barrett is suffering from a seri ous attack of the grip at St Marys Col lege in Marion county Miss Lillie Sorg and Hugs McGrady Jr prominent young people of Port Fulton lad were united f marriage at St Anthonys church Jeflesonville on Tuesday the Rev Father Kaiser offici sting An all day receptionnt the home of the brides father MIchajl Sorg Tot lowed Miss Myda R Eisenman aid Louis H Haxtbausen will be united itj matrimony by the Rev Father WllllaBj Gausepohl at the rectory of Sit Mary iMagdalena church on Thursday j February 22 The brideelect is the daughter ofjj C Eisen man and has been much Admired in society circlet Mr Haijkteusen is a prominent young bqwaesa mn i i Miss Anaatia Gjjknane eiertained number of her young frietdeat her home on Portland Avenue tfijday even ing Those preseut were Mitjes Nannie Mae Miller Margaret Maym and NelI AnastatiaEIaandDennis J S GleeaonMalJ Sbaugh nosy Thomas McShane Jon J Gro j gan Thomas Keenan Jr aid Patrick JlG King Mr and Mrs Thomas McG ff of 112 Sixth street had a merry party tf friends at the twentyfifth anniverwr of their wedding Among epr mt were I leswSi ajid Me damM john kenuaa J James McGpf obnZoerilSl William Clere BfnSykes John Dora 5 libega 1- 7tl 1 1 H t n Uft n t H 0 It It I If It It tf WHY FAY RENT + OFFICE OPEN SATURDAY NIGHT UNTIL 10 OCLOCK iHI s + fO N- i1 i Mamie Sullivau Madge and Kitty Goer lug Mary Riley Maggie Sykes Nellie McCue Bertha Burge Mary McGoff Margaret Leovell Mrs Robert Dalkin Messrs Thomes OConnelt Thomas Sweeney George Correll William Bren nan Henry Trathy James Kennedy Arthur Deimies William Meddle Thos Callahan Edward Thompson Miss Sarah A Lally of 3023 Bank street was given a pleasant surprise party at her home last Friday evening Among those present were Misses Sara Lally Anna McKibbiu Pauline Stein Anna Kapp Rose Kling Emma Leary Julia Coon Bessie Potter Lula and Florence Hallinan Minnie Dettlinger Messrs Dennis Lally Carson Heck Matthew Kahn Gus Brotsge Frank Meagher Louis Dugan John Lallytguests were entert with instrumental selections by Iennl- Lally and vocal music by Louis Dugan and Harry Lally A delightful surprise party was ten dered to Miss Emma Stetzeo at the rest denre of Mr and Mrs Thomas D Barr C418 Amber street on Monday evening Vocal end instrumental music and done ing were features of the evening and at midnight supper was served Among those present were Misses Katie Sohn Minnie Scbintemeyer Winnie Spellman Mary Lawler Irene Sohn Lillian Streck ford Minnie Zeisner Mayme Kelly Emma Berefield Bertha Juengst Rose Bachman Josie Lawler Katie Streckfuss Katie Maloney Messrs Charles Camp bell Will Cameron Will Markoff Jacob Wendling Andrew Kiefer James Mc Kernan Will Casey Joseph Sohn James Ryan John Kilbourne Lawrence Jack son Adolph Albin Fred Allen John Drew and Mr and Mrs Thomas D Barr HINTS ON STYLE Many tallow advocate the short coat with all linen costumes The winter thus far has been a disap pointment to the furriers Plain flaring umbrella skirts accom pany some of the longer linen coats suc as the loose belted tourist coat Skirts cut In three separate dreula- s sections the parts set together by trim wing of some kind are among the new tub frocks Lovely patterns in all white embroidered Swisses are in the market and pros ise to be exceedingly popular during the coming spring Some of the velvet and cloth costumes may be picked up more confidently now because the indications are for much more severe weather Linens of every variety are making coatsssmooth or rough are apparently to be iin tremendous evidence again Standing collars or stocks of embroid ered lawn or linen with plaited rabats attachedappear in many forms and in the French versions are often very expensive Valenciennes is to be as popular aS- ever but embroideries are well to the fore and the most characteristic feature of the new embroideries is the introduc tion of lace motifs into the design Rather wide linen girdes cut in two sections curved to fit the waist snugly and closely stitched from top to bottom In horizontal lines accompany many of the new linen coat and skirt costumes A new Princess gown that is very attrac tive has been modeled in pink radium silk and pink chiffon It is shirred at the waist the shirring forming a nar row girdle over which the bodice is slightly bloused COINING MONEY An Irishman received employment as- a freight brakeman upon a railroad in a mountainous section of Pennsylvania and was to receive so many cents for each mile he traveled Upon one of his first trips the engineer lost control of his train and at a dangerous rate it was speeding down the steep grades Sud denly the conductor saw his Irish com panion standing up a few cars ahead Dont jump Youll be killed shoutedAnd do you think Id be afte jnmpiu when Im making money as fast as am now CHILD KNeW WHY A lawyer upon circuit in Ireland who was pleading the cause of an infant took the child up in his arms and presented it to the jury suffpsed with tears This hadI a great effect until the lawyer on the other side asked the child What makes you cry uHe pinched me answered the little innocentThe court was convulsed with laughter WILL REMOVE ST 1INII The sollng caused by persons leaning maybetcyisg a sheet of blotting paper upon the potaad pawing over it a moderately win flatirod i n When you can own your ownbomeata Monthly Payment less than rent We will buy or build you a home and allow you to pay for same monthly For each JgtlOOO you can pav us l tCC5O per month together with 5 per cent simple interest THE LABORING MANS OPPORTUNITY TO OWN A HOME AND PAY FOR SAME OUT OF HIS MONTHLY EARNINGS Call on our representative in your city or address W J WHALETDistrict Manager of the Standard rrstchCorner FlUb and Mala Streets Rooms 603604 Keller Balldlai Louisville Kentucky Rock1PRINCIPAL1 ++ + + +I+ h I J G iri FOR GOODNESS SAKES9 I When You Think of Bread Its I MOTHERS BREAD q hThat Comes First Into Mind Because 1 r I It Is the Bests I 533xS 8 H x 1 1 I 11 1 I I 1 1 I I 111 HHIH 1 1 I 1 +H 1 1 +11 1 1 1 1 I I H IH 1 I I I 11 1 60dI E ROASTEs OF HIGH GRADE COFFEES I IMPORTERS OF FINE TEAS E Office Warerooms and Millsi 347 W Main J II I I 113 IH I 4 d I I1I M i BothPhonei 3399 DR Js T CHA WKS Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered OFFICE INFIRMARY AND SHOEING FORGE 10071009 W BROADWAY t I In I I + I I HI FINE WINES CHAMPAGNES i AL KOKB i1 i 345 West Green Straet fi i- et t LIQUORS CIGARS th ttJ t t t t t u t t t t rTuT7 CUL1rYSMonday Tuesday and Wednesday Evening and Wednesday Matinee BABIES I N TOYLAND amnd THE HAM TREE HOPKINSHIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE TWO SHOWS DAILY I Opening Week Beginning Sunday Feb 111I EVA WESCOTT COI In the sensational dramatic playlet An Episode in Modern Iife Marco Twins things to laugh at Charles Sweet the tramp pianist RawSon ft Jane Ails trallan boomerang throwers Alice Lyndon Doll1 a bit of Dresden China Whistling Tom Drown direct from Umpire Theater Iondon Kelton ar Towle novelty comedy artists The Klnodromc Everybody works nut Father and other new pictures BUCKINGHAMMATINEE WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY PEBII The Thoroughbreds I With big vaudeville bill and extra engagement of the gre- atCARMEISTCITA And her assistant AURORA SUDDEN DEATH I or Former Louisville Man Re suits From Automobile Accident John Emmet Gordon son of William whoeresides at 624 Fifth street was almost accir dent in New York on Monday Mr Gordon was manager of an automobile establishment in that city In an unknown manner the automobile he was driving fell into the elevator shaft withI Mr Gordon underneath He was unconscious when the machine was lifted off and his death ensued an tour lafer The remains were brought to this city and taken to his fathers residence The funeral took place from the Cathedral of the Assumption at 0 oclock yesterday morningThe abillalab accounted Irelands national weapon of defense was orig inally a common blackthorn stick but in modern times it has been replaced by I the more wiry sail sapling The real shillalah is a young shoot of the sloe shrub 4f blackthorn pulled by the root P irom the crevice of some rock After being trimmed it is pled jnf the smoke of turf peat which softens the hard fiber ti o P New Phoenix Hill SKATING RINK OPENS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 10 Two Sessions Daily Largest floor space in city Perfect order No intoxicants sold on premises PRINCESS SKATING RINK Only ground floor rink In city Old Armory Seventh near Chestnut Afternoon 2 to B Nights 730 to 1030 Saturdays extra 10 a m AFTERNOON 10 CTS NIGHTS IB CTS SKATING 16 CTS t KATIE AGNES SMITH Independent all Undertakers LADY EMBALMER Washing and dressing ladies and chit dren a specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reasonable prices All calls answered promptly day or night Home phone 1077 Office 2106 Payne St Give yourboys an education tbat will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE KyConductedClassicalSdenWcparimentIargeSwlmmingPoohlSellEquppedGymnasium 8TO6SUNDAYS DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work dons for I1 the least money Our Dentistry Will Please You IWe are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR Ne J COUGHMAN Cellist 551 FOURTH AVENUEopp C Lewis Co HENRY AAIJI1 JI PULS DYER AND CLEANER LadiisandGintsWiarinjAppar WORK GUARANTEED A ont 3633 528 Firth 1 St earl when it has reached a condi pliant M rubber it la straightened rfSlfei 7H TJ o 1 t i fr nNTUCKY JJuSH AlO I RIOAN J aINSURE YOUR LIFE NOW 1 I IfICatholic Knights of America I Thiefiii the safest and cheapest insurance society in the United States and has a special reserve fund of nearly 800000 Every Catholic wan should protect his Wife and children by carrying a policy in this old and established life Insurance organization An examination of its rates wilt convince you of its superiority over all others Remember that lire is uncertain and delays dangerous Ii sure now while you can and protect your loved ones iThere are many branches in Louisville and applications or any de sired information will be tarnished by officers and members or by the tJJ CENTRAL COMMITTEE If NEWTON G ROGERS President JOHN J SCORE Secretary e rs- r t I r Gran W Smiths Son j Funeral AL Director SMITH PrOprietorII Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 4 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 t f t f f HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123T JI BARRETTFUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 1 B3S EKST MAIN STREET i With the assistance of sons I will continue the undertaking business- of my late husband under thesame firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT l IHHHIMII I I I I HooHHI I I t HIH H I Ht THOMAS KEENAN r1 Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 B f t Alt calls rom tlyattendedtodayornight Car riages furnished for alloccasions 1T 1225 W MARKET ST f f II- a tt- t 1 1 I I 1 I 1 1 I I H 1 1 I I I I 1 11 I 11 1 I 11 I I I I ooHl I 1 1 I t I II1n1Ht 1 1 I DANIEL JDOUGHERTY Funeral Director and Embalmer Both Phones 2998 Carriages Furnished All Occasions All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 Wr Market SL Bet 12th and 13th I+ T T T T T T TT T T T T T T T T T T M n J E TRACY L H STRAUB PHONES 363 0BOTHTRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS II- t CrH STREETShortI I I I 1 1 I 11 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 iin IH I tl 11 1 i T bOUIftVIliIiE I DENTAL PARLORS I 544 Fo nh AvenueI Painless Extraction ExminallonFree I Lady in attendance Established 12y years Honest prices Rood work and a reliable place All work guaranteed ten years Office open every night until 8 oclock Sundays 8 a m to 1 p m LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS 544 4th Ave In Avenue Theatre Building HEEEMANN BEOS mPOBT1tRS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal era ila Finest Brand of Ken tacky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND T etoae 1948 234 Sixth Street 3IN UQUORS CIURS ite itVALSSALOONi VAL LIITLRPre- sII h zsidrudg frog 1 1 o deck 39 W HiIN IT- u e CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W JiRirsonSI Both Telephones 10BO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed Latest winter styles are now on sale Our prices are within n acb ot all PllfR M INDRIOT X80M8 IAUOM I MAN fACIURfR8- iiITzISua i11 wear aRfllI1sr il GIVE tjsyiiuR ORDERA I 1 OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET 8 S S 8 8 Sx fc S y y RECENT DEATHS I John A Broderick one cf the mostII popular young men in the East endcc died at the home of his father John I Broderick 434 East Main street on- uesday t morning Death resulted from c lung trouble Three years ago while 1 visiting in New York City he was I caught in a severe snowstorm A heavyII cold and pneumonia followed This weakened his lungs so much that he had been sinking slowly ever since The t deceasedwas thirty years old and until incapacitated by illness was associated J with his father iu the wagon making business He was pleasant and agreeable J and had many friends who sympa thize with his parents in their deep J grief I The funeral of Mrs John L Deppen theaged widow of a former clothing merchant took place from the Sacred Heart Home 232 College street on Saturday morning John L Deppen Jr a souE and Mrs Doherty wife of Dr William Doherty survive her She was anIunt of the Very Rev Louis G Deppen 1 by marriage Years ago she took a very I active part in local Catholic and char itable affairs The requiem mass was sung over her remains at St Mary Mag dalens churchIThe funeral of Matthew Enright who died at his home 2226 West Walnut street on Friday took place from St Charles Borromeos church on Sunday afternoon Deceased was born in Ire land sixty years ago but spent more than hat his life in Louisville He is survived by his wife and one son Officer John Enright The funeral of MrsAnua Heisler wbIdied at her home 3621 Rudd avenue nII Sunday night took place from theii Church of Our Lady on Wednesday morning The deceased was fiftythree years old and was the widow of Henry Heisler She was highly respected by the people- of PortlandWord here Thursday of the death of J Bernard Johnson which occurred at Albuquerque New MexicoII that afternoon The deceased was the son of J R Johnson of 3106 Fourth avenue and was well and favorably known in this city He went West for the benefit of his health several months ago I NEXT CONSISTORY It is announced that a consistory will be held on March 10 at which time his Holiness Pius X will pronounce a solemn protestation against the separa lion of church and State in France It is believed in Rome that at this same consistory the Pope will fill the vacan cies in the College of Cardinals SATOLLI COUNCIL Satolli Council Y M I held a meet ing presided over by President Joseph L Lenihan on Sunday afternoon Matters of importance were discussed but defi cite action was postponed until the next meeting which will be held at 3 oclock Saturday afternoon when a full attend ance of the members is desired as several changes are contemplated NEW SKATING RINK Roller skating is on the increase in Louisville and smile Dehler George Buechel and Victor W Lorch will open a new rink at Phoenix Hull Park this I afternoon It is claimed that this rink has the largest floor space in Louisville Two sesslonsjwill be held daily no intoxicating liquors will be sold on the prem ises and thebest of order will be maintained GUS WEBERS LUCK Gus Weber the hustling city salesmen for Zinsmeister JBro wholesale gro cers is veryjproud of the fact that he bas become afrapa for the second time This time it is a boy The late amval came on TneadayJJnight Mr Weber promises to attend the next meeting of Mackin Coundljto receive the congratu lations of hiltS many friends The first baby was a girl end is now two years old DANCE AT MASONIC TriuitylCouncil Y MIwiliElve one of its popular dances at Masonic Theater hall Chestnut street between Third and1 Fourths on Wednesday evening Febru ary 21 This promises to be the greatest social event of the season for Trinity anMackinof d liew Albany and Columbus of JefreraooL vtnearepeciallyhvltedto Abe present and brtugtheir tadr friends OOD WORK r Printing FAIR PRICES Kentucky Irish American TOUCH THEM ICANT Irish American bowlers secured three more victories this week defeating the West Ends after a hard struggle Squire Adams men also won J three games and advanced their standing considerably while the Loevenbarts fell back by losing three Interest increases as the season advances and from now until March 13 every game will be watchedwith interest The following is the official standing ii- to date W L PC Kentucky Irish American 51 15 773 Loevenbartr 41 28 5t- SqulreAdllms38 31565 John C Lewisr34 32 511 Ferncliffe 31 32 492 M Robinson Norton29 40 422 West Eadr29 42 364 Henry L6ohlerr20 46 303 ST VALENTINES DAVa Wednesday will be St Valentines day St Valentine was a Catholic Bishop andwas martyred for his faith In some manner long since lost sight of young and coy maids celebrated the day ipicturesquei While this custom has increased from I year to year it has also given rise to the abuse of the jcyous feast Jealous and people indulge their caprices by sending comic valentines to their neigh bors or to those against whom they have grudge Only foolish and illiterate peo ple dally with the comic valentine VINCENTIANS Monday night the Particular Council will meet in regular monthly session in St Francis Hall at the Cathedral Presi dent Campbell and Secretary Doyle request the attendance of all the mem bers there being quite an amount of iit important business to be transacted CANDY PULLINGt Judging from the sale of tickets there will be an immense gathering at the Sacred Heart church school hail Seventeenth and Broadway on Washingtons birthday when the people of that con gregation will bold their annual reunion The afternoon wilt be for the children and the evening for the grown people and a pleasant time will be bad by all 1 who attend 1 PLEASANT PARTY Miss Christine McCalHster entertained a party of friends at her home 2721 St Xavier street last Monday night Among those present were Misses Hattie j Brunch Mary Ridge Gertrude Heitz Della Lush and FannIe Craig and McssrsJJ Jack Campbell Marvin Scott Guy RomJJ mel George Wheeler Archie and Ernest McCallister Messrs and Mesdames John Ridge and Alexander McCalHster Mrs Taylor and little Miss Winifred RIdge All enjoyed a pleasant eveningII EDWARD MDONOQH ILL Edward McDonogu of the Carter DrosI Dry Goods Company and one of the best known business men on Main street is confined to his home 1212 Sixth street by a severe attack of lumbago His conditlpn is somewhat im proved but he may be compelled to remain indoors several days longer JOHN HUBBUCHS PLACE The many friends of John Hubbuch who conducts a cafe at Twentysixth aDd Madison streets will be glad to learn of his continued success Although he has been in business there only a compara tively short time be Is constantly mak ing improvements that attract attentionI and draw trade His place is now one of the best equipped in the city and be is never so well pleased as when exhibiting his improvements to his friends RECIFEl rFOR SUCCESS Keep your bead cool your feet warm your mind busy Dont worry ov trifle Plan your work ahead and the i sdckao it rata or sbtDe Dept waste EelOI AMUSEMENTS A Bit of High Life with Eva Wes cott and Tom Brown as the character artists is the headliner proposed for Hopkins Theater next week Others on the bill include Hickey and Nelson comedy acrobats Charles Sweet the tramp pianist Whistling Tom Brown Rawson and June Alice Lyndon Doll and Kelton and Towle The kinodrome will present another series of new moving pictures I That bright and tuneful musical comedy Babes In Toyland will come to Macauleys Theater for a return engagement during the first half of next week During the last half of the week McIntIre and Heath will present their musical comedy The Ham Tree which has made such a hit in New York other cities in the East The Thoroughbreds good burlesque I and vaudeville organization comes to the Buckingham Theater next week One of the features of the show will be Carmencita a fascinating terpsichorean and Aurora her assistant Besides there will be an olio of excellent artists Eugene Blair an emotional actress of exceptional merit will present a dramatic version of Oliver Twist at the Masonic Theater all of next week The production is said to be one of unusual strength and general effectiven- essHOUSEHOLD HINTS Use cheesecloth for polishing glassware it is excellent Dont allow grease to bum on the outside of your frying pan If a hinge squeaks apply glycerine to and it wil prove effectual Flannels and woolens should not be touched with a very hot iron Remove ink from the fingers or floor by applying a damp match head Flannel1 cloths wrung from hot water often relieve neuralgia and other severe pains The odor of perspiration can be prevented with a few drops of oil of lavender about it A fire may be made to burn brightly by throwing a tablespoonful of granu lated sugar into it It is said that the Romans used skeins of silk after the bath instead of towels to keep the skin nice Starch and iron wicks for oil stoves or wide lamp wicks and it will be easy to fit them to the burners Restore black silk velvet by steaming it over a damp cloth placed on a hot iron then give it a brisk brushing When washing greasy dishes add a few drops of ammonia to the water which makes the work quicker and more thor ough Wash ironware outside as well as inside in hot soapy water then rinse in clear hot water and wipe dry with a crash towel DONT GET TOO BUSY A man going home from his work at a late hour of the night saw that the occupants of a house had left the window up and he decided toYarn them to prevent a burglary Putting his head into the window he called out Halloal good peoplel That was all he said A whole pailful of water struck him in the face and as he staggered back a woman cried lout Didnt I tell you what youd get if youwasnt home by 9 oclock WOMEN TOO ACTIVE The women of this generation are un doubtedly suffering from too much occu patlon The listless bored discontented unsettled girl of twenty years ago has given place to the restless energetic and positively business womau thirsting for fresh outlets for enterprise We are caught up in the whirlwind of modern unrest and we imagine we are happy because we have no time to think anything to the contrary MIRRORS If you are fond of home carpentering you can make all sorts of things at trifling expense Mirrors for instance come much cheaper if the plate glass is purchased by the square foot and set in to framework fashioned by the home carpenter In Birmingham Eng the stealing of bicycles leas become so prevalent that the local offices of the leading insurance companies have abandoned cycle insure ali e twelvenWagons arid Horses this mans CuAa tin Delivers Ice Cream quick I FRANK FEHR BREWING 6tlT INCORFOR ATEJJD Brewers and BottlersLOUI8VJLLE KY =DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN Sc ACKERMAN BRE ING COttIPANYINCORPORATED TELEPHONE 482 LOUJ8VULE KY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TII LILIHOIKID 1t3BO Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts Cumb Phone flaln 1913 1913THE WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky ASK FOR DIERSENEINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN XCc FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2090 LOUISVILLE KY CJ SCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE Hams BaconPork Lard Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and Green Streets TELEPHONE 2241 Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASSl f EX6HANGE LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET The Busy Mans Line BETW- EENLOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE ST LOUIS and- SOUTHVEHT IS VIA LOUISVILLE HENDERSON fe ST LOUIS RY HENDERSONE ROUTE Pullman Sleepers Free Reclining Chair Cars Special roundtrip homeseekers rates to south west and west first and third Tuesday February and Morth 1908 Special tourist rates to Col ado Texas Mexico and New Mexico on sale daI1YUnUtAPril801limit to return May 31 1809 tp southwest Tickets on eale first and third Tuesday iof February and Merck 1906 Secondclaw Colonist Rate to Call IIIIledailyleblILAGHKR Traveling pass Agent 1WJ IRWIN General PawAgent u bont whiff trouble ly vent to marry it I y n uuu MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTERO- PEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 WJefferson Street OTTO E VENT Proprietor Home Phone 4715 Cunbiiio J160NNOR BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR DEALERJN 7 LUMBER SASH DOORS BLINDS LATHS SHINGLES AND ALL KINDS OF LUMBER 21252127 Twentysixth Street HOME PHONE OOU WE MANUFACTUR LOUISVILLE WOODFIBER PLASTER 1100 POUNDS Kentucky Wan Plasterr G lacerated TELEPHONE Al ooperati ti1CHri I tar Jefferson Ind ptT r w n a- I r r 1t3iI Y Ogy Ikl88 AlWEb90 I J SWEEPINGOUT t SALE Of and MentstVomens Childrens SHOES I I Children Viet Kid shoes Y lace and button sizes 5 toS 125 goods at KidtI I IIelgbt styles goods all at sizes this 67c 5148 I JBOSTON SHOE COI N CO Lot of 900 pairs all new up lo date goody patent kid gunmetal calf and vici kiAlso a lot of sample shoes sizes Oy4 A to 7 iB regular 400 goods at 248 Mens 3 350 and 4 Shots 2481 LADIES STORE FOURTH AVEII MENS STORE FOURTH c r K34 34x 34 K34x34 s qM 1 Ii HOUSE THAT PLATT BUILT 1 Everything Uptodate in I MENS FURNISHINGS a I Shirts to Order and Wedding 11- I t SpecialtiestI I SID PLATT 553 534 Fourth and Main I i JOHN II COLEMAN President DICK SHANIKY Secretary jt The Farrandl =Cecilian Piano THE PIANO EVERY ONE CAN PLAY We shall be very glad to give you any information in regard to it if you will call or write us The FarrandCecilfan is built with the famous Farrand patent Separable Feature By simply loosening a few bblts the entire front of the piano including the keydesk can be removed and the piano thus separated into two parts PRICE 65000 Payments if desired Music ten cents a roll MONTENEQRO = RIEHM MUSIC CO OSB8OOO XOUNRX EX AVENUE e R jMEMBER MM 1 1 THAT THE BEST PLACE IN THE CITY TO BUY FURNITURE M P MAYER111111 I419 W MARKET I STREET NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENT NO PRESENT LIKE GOOD JEWELRY We have Jewelry and other presents for the whole family at 50 per cent less than other jewelers can possibly sell for SEE US FIRST J BRUNN JEWELER 530 WEST MARKET ss r pQo + Qts + TUB cialTRooers BOOK GO I PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the K finest of their kind in the city W BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES IOF EVERY DESCRIPTION V I34 VT Jefferson Street t Do You Like To Drink Good Coffee try some that PRBSII Y ROASTBD with none of the strength and flavor lost by evaporation order and the goods wilt be delivered prompt 7 Ibs Good Coffee l 6 Ibs My Special 5 Ibs Bogota 4 Ibs Honduras 3 lbs Mocha and Java Black Green or mixed Ted 4 cperlb Rebate Tickets worth i I Se in trade Iree with every dollars worth of MULLOY I HjtaePhoiiijJj Q14 W JMARS- K1liRHIIItHiHIHIII BTREErtti I l 1 t MHHMM 1 11111 I1 1 IH1001 eStabe2 Gilbert Company siraoaaasner11O- NtrSr r JPrtateritQ Bf4trskrs RerrteniAliVt If tilt Jjaelttv IarlHer fer1elKlcky Cyrtwrlttr wSKu RlbbGii eftI for all macktiitf l I COFFEE tROASTER BlaNk BOOK ara- Palxr box mrldlltr biro anb f entt 11 zoiitspU eit 1 j oooooooooooooooooo oooooo oooo COATS AND FURS I REDUCEDTo make a decisive clearance of Womens and Childrens Coats and Furs em Iphatic price reductions prevail The styles are the latest conceived for seasonable I Iuse The materials are those that have been given preference through entire season I COATS iMisses 1998 Coats li9- 8o Misses 598 Coats 398 Misses 998 Coats 498 Womens 1400 Coats 998 Childs 798 Coats 498 i Childs 1000 Coats 698 Childs 1298 Coats 998 Squirrel Squirrel Scarfs998 Anyone in want of a orFur should not neglect this chanceits one so seldom happens Mail orders will be filled our are out thatII I i JBAcox SON I II o MARKET STREET BET THIRD AND FOURTH OOOO oooc HIBERNIANS II What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekUeneral- News Notes Division 2 will bold a regular meeting on Friday night The County Board will hold an import ant meeting tomorrow Minneapolis members have arranged a joint celebration for St Patricks day Newport Ohio is one of the latex towns to orgauize a division of the order Nearly every local Hibernian one meetsI is enthusiastic on the subject of the new homeA division with a charter mem bership of forty has been organized a Churchville N Y Division 11 of Utica conferred the first and second degrees on a class of fort candidates at its last meeting The St Patricks day committee prom- Ises to all previous efforts thisI year in arranging a fitting celebration- At Trenton N J a new branch of the Ladles Auxiliary has been established It starts out with a membership of thirty The ladies will furnish a unique spread at their next meeting when the men of the four local divisions will be theirr guests Through the efforts of the order in Syracuse the Christian Brothers have added Irish history to the curriculum i their academy The regular meeting of Division 4 will be held Wednesday night It is probable that President Murphy will name his other committees Division 1 of Manchester N H has a balance of 14000 in the treasury It iIsI reaping a splendid per cent profit fro its real estate holdings Division 2 of Manchester N H iis trying to bring its membership up to 250 The members are talking about acquiring land and building their own I homeDuring the past year two new divas ions have been organized in Onondaga county N Y and another will be organized on March 17 This will give th county thirteen divisions Division 2 of Hartford Conn had 12000 persons at its annual ball The Mayor of the city andr the President pf the State Board of the Ladies Auxiliary led the opening grand march Division 1 meets Tuesday night at which time the Literary Corntnitteecom posed of Capt Tom Riley Mike Tynan and William M Higgins will have a interesting announcement to make Tomorrow afternoon the ladies an gentlemen interested in the dramatic club will meet at the residence of Stereo tary Thomas Keenan on West Market street Plans will be discussed and BCV oral plays submittcdfor rehearsal Division 7 of Minneapolis is in a flour fishing condition according to the last I quarterly report During the year 1005 it paid out 500 in sick and death bene fits and still has a balance oa hand of 1100 and 200 members in good standing Every Catholic organization In Orion Jaga county will unite with the Syracuse Hibernians in the street on St Patricks day The members of the order will wear black Fedora hats while the gray will distinguish county and divis Ion officers TRINITY MINSTRELS TW- ill Give Washingtons Birth day Performance for Holy Name The young men who compose Trinity ouncils minstrel troupe will give a performance Jart1 ebenefitofHoly name church in the school ball at Fourth and 0 streets on Thursday even frig February 22AH the latest sentimental and popular ballads will be given The olio will see severall excellent ama teur vaudeville specialties The principal number on the pro gramme Is the laughable farce TheI Haunted Houee Meaws JobnJ 11D1iI andAlchaidI J 0- I FURS iI 498 Skunk Fur Sea fs 2981I 698 Scarfs 1298 Scarfs 59811298 Sable Fox Scarfs 1298 Sable Fox Scarfs 1498 Sable Fox I 3000 Sable Fox Scarfs 2498 Coat I until lots sold I a I I f surpass 1 parade I SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O xD- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month President John M Mtilloy Vice President Thomas D GTrnes Recording Secretary Thomas Kee nan Jr- Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1011 Bank street- TreasurerThomas Walsh SergeantatArms Edward Craddick DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice President William T Meehan TreasurerOwen Keiran TLynchti 3t KeaneyI yyevenings PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice PresidentJohn Hennessy Recording SecretaryDennis J Colt manFinancial SecretaryDaniel J Dough ertyTressurerGeorite J Butler SergeantatXrzilsThawas Noon SentinelMartin Sheehan DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth WedoM day Evenings of Each Month President John A Murphy Vice President Joseph L Lenihan Burkne Financial Secretary Emmet OSulliI van 1520 Seventh street TreasurerWilliam J Connelly SergeantatArmsRobert Mitchell SentinelWilliam Ansbro DIVISION J JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfoua Hall County President Michael Kenney President Robert Gleason VlcePresidentUchael Breen TreasurerLouis Constantine Recording Secretary J B Murphy Jr Financial Secretary John Kinney Sergeant DoorkeeperEugene atarms Constantine Banner CarrierTimothy Kinney Marshal John A Kennedy IeMACKiN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House + 530 Twentysixth Street President Charles S Raidy First Vice President Louis J Kieffer Second Vice PresIdentD Oliver Pat ton Recording SecretaryJahn L Boland Corresponding Secretary Frank Lana han AdamsnTreasurer Daniel Weber MullarkeydOutside Sentinel Louis Kinselfa popularity of the Rev Father John OConnor pastor of the church and the excellence of the performance ought to fill the hall INDIANA POLITICS J A Ashbrenner who is making th- race e for Representative from Floydl county to the Indiana Legislature subject to the action of the Democratic party is a prominent member of Unity Council Y Mi Emile Dupaqnier another member of Unity Council end of the Club House Committee is malting the race for Auditor of to the action of the DemocratiPrimaryJOHN vy I John Baird city editor of the Louis ville Times has so far recovered from his recent injuries as to walk out occa sionaliy but it may be several weeks before be will be able to resume his edi tonal duties No newspaper man in Louisville is more popular than Mr J Baird end his friends are anxious for his return to the desk J eK offANa society has done more t to unite our Catholic men and get them acquainted with one another to elevateI them morally socially and in I to wipe out the line and prejudices of J nationality and by inculcating a spirit of brotherly love and unity making them better men and better citizens than the Catholic Knights of Ameriea NeerOrlsaas14aHilrt HtmodJ c rd Building St Loris Y IjI n IRELAND Record of the Most lImportant olfI the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The Belfast Guardians have been abl e to reduce their new poor rate byIt very small percentage The number of Irish young ladies wb 0 are becoming nnns in England iis grow tag into large proportions The Court of Kings Bench has decided theysalary of the Mayor of Dublin was Ute galSister Mary Paull Murphy formerly ofr Kilkenny died at Middleton where she had been fiftyeight years a IresentaUan- nun feather Philip Byrne for seven years iin charge of the English Catholic mission at Islington has returned to labor IinI Ctshel The Industrial Development Associa tion at Queenstown reports that Us orders are so runny that it can not fill them immediatelyRichard OBrien proprietor of the Wicklow Hotel in Dublin and promi nentlyldentifiedwith that citys interests died recently Very Rev P M Ward of the Carmel ite fathers observed the golden jubile- of his ordination at the church of hisI order on Whltefriar street The Mayo County Council has passed resolutions denouncing jury packing at Sligo and protesting against the reteu tion of Sir Horace Plunkett in office At a large meeting of the Chamber of Commerce in Limerick it was decided tto hold an industrial exhibition for Munste- and Connaught In that city during th yearAccording to returns made by Prof Hare of Queens College the rainfall ini Galway for 1905 was 2911 inches or 960 inches less than during the previous year At a meeting of the Proposals Commit tee of the Dublin County Council a reso lution was passed to the fleet that finger posts throughout the country should be erected in both Irish and English Irish Ireland is rejoiced at the effective strength and patriotism of tbeirish vote in the large cities of England during the election The Keltic race now seems destined to control polities inthat cons try An unusual occurrence in the County Roscommon has attracted much attention to the condition of the court houses In various places The petty sessions was to be held at Lougbglynn but the dangerous condition of the court house there alarmed the Magistrates and they refused to sit in the building Court was then held in the open air The salmon weir at Corbally on the Shannon a mile or so above the city of Limerick has been sold to an English I syndicate by the present lessees The lease has about thirty years more to run and arrangements are already being made for the transfer of the manage ment The weir was for centuries the property of the corporation but their rights were sold about twenty years ago to meet the claims of mortgages of city property REVISION Of Mackin Councils ByLaws May Be Recommended Soon Mackin Council held its regular meet ing Tuesday night Every officer was present and the attendance was fair Three applications for membership were reported favorably President Charles 8 Raidy appointed the fallowing committee to consider the revision of that part of the bylaws that relates to the death benefits Ben Sand James Shelley Frank Adams Louis J Kieffer Clarence Zook George J Lautz and John Boland If it is deemed advisable the committee will report in favor of raising the death benefitfrom 100 to f160 jiJII This council will pen have ano 1 Initiation when lhedegreess will be c erII rerrtd oa luge cl M o DI 1 I GREAT SALE 4 OF IRON BEDSAT GREENESBeing the Largest Handlers of Iron Beds iin Louisville We show the best variety and most handsl at the low est prices ranginge From 250 to 25 JAMES GREENE425 427 429 EAST MARKET STREET iIt W = 9 IIIaEsUR TO CALL FOR m McKENNA WHISKY I IITi IS ALWAYS PURE nnH McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky g a1tI i 1 11 1 1 1 1 I 1 11 I 1 1 1 H lllIt I 1010 11 I 11 1 11 x XII 101 1 XII 1 H STRAIGHT CREEK COAL Pleases the Hard to Please SCANLON =JONES COAL CO Incorporated Yards Magnolia1st N R R SOZe+H H HulXI H 1 H+HHHH H 101001 1 1 I 1 JnI I 111 1 nr FOLLO THE CRo DAnd you givingYOUR COeIncorporated HAND WORK A SPECIALTY E GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED I BOTH PHONES 1188493732 T N SHEPARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN BNOS SPENCER President and Expert Accountant fllCfa AND MAIN TREBT3 V6fiP- SANNO tlPresldenl t BAKE WELL c LOOK WELL LAST WELL UII NtIlHtI 11M Mgr JettSfTE- LEflHONEI573 PUICIPMEAL STEEL RANGES BANNONVlcePres QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES Bst In Thj World Awarded first prize at the St Louis Worlds Fair QEHER SON 4 217 Market SI near Second Educates Young People For Btoioett Good Employment and SUCCMI o CAU on WRITE roa Nib wronuATiow LOYISVLLEKYBusiness College ROBT BURRELL Secretary I Treasurer I- p KUDtuckf Vitrifiu BrickCDJ i INCORPORATED Mraatzfaottaror o2- ti VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STREETS AND ortJh5t 12v r IPBANNONJR ROADWAYS Wartsy AItt Nit ail lfkfh TELEIHONarlIZ