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Digital page images are linked to the text file. piir N I KI3NTUCKY IRIS AMERIcAN k VOLUME XVINO 20 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 171906 PRICE FIVE CENTS nn TAMMANYP- owerful factor In Politics of New York City nnd the Em plro State Founded as a Great Patriotic Body by Wm Mooney From the Old Sod Has Exlstodyfl or Nearly One Hundred and Twenty Years FRIENDS LOYE ENEMIES HATE It Is Ii question whether in nil the world there has ever been an organi sation which hns stood the vicissi tulles and intrigues of political life so valiantly as has the leading political organization of New York City known an the Tammany So ciety or the Columbian Order Rays n writer in a recent issue of the Irish World It is without doubt the best loved by its friends mud the best hated by its enemies of any timilur association on tL lace of the globe Yet through its admir able and closely connected organisa tion it goes on from year to year meeting defeat occasionally and paining added strength through each reverse for a more ferocious and successful battle to follow When a society or organization given over to politics has been ad ive for considerably more t iicentury it Is pertinent to inquire wherein lies the vitality The Society of Tammany or Columbian Order was established in 1769 as nearlyas can be learned by a citizen of New York by the name of ttilllaai Mooney an auspicious name for It founder for it smacks strongly of coming originally from the Old Sod and in tracing down the line of the strong men in that organiza tion ninny Irish names are prom 1 neatly to the front The idea rose at the close of the Involution and the society was organized as a great patriotic body having for its motto Freedom Our lock and Independence tiny has from those trying times down to the present ben the one day for the great display of the societys strength and patriot isut Strictly speaking the Society of and ac was organized 4cording to the terms or its In corporation is yet a social pates otic nnd charitable association anti is practically a distinct body from the general committee of the Demo cratic party generally understood and looked upon as Tammany The society however has become so closely identified with the Democratic party and Xew York politics that no other side Is regarded by the general observer of municipal affairs and Tammany has come to mean the organization which through its various officers and lenders is the controlling element in city politics During the exist ence of the Tammany Society there have been a great number of similar organizations spring up and seek the favor of the public with varying success but most of them have been q short lived and of little influence while the original organization has ridden triumphant and undisturbed over the troubled waters of a politi cal sea The question arises wherein lies the strength of an organization to thus meet all opposition and always in the end emerge victorious To those critics who claim that Tammany is all bad there arises the almost unbroken record of one hun tired and twenty years of successful operation and while there have been dark days for the organization and chapters in its history of which it is not proudly boasting yet it hiss purl lied itself like a running river and each time emerges strengthened and with many more loyal followers than ever before It is not con ceivable that all the great names which are and have been connected i with Tammany have given it their unqualified support in season and out of season unless the great un I derlying principles upon which the 4 rrithati tion is being prostituted by the evil things which usually follow in the wake of power- Organization complete and intri cate is the secret of Tammany sue cess To the resident of other cities and particularly to the country man who is unfamilar with the vast machinery essential to insure the workings of a perfect political or ganization tills fact is not comprehended Iri a great city like New York politics must be reduced to alI science Personal contact with the candidates of any party Is impos sible The great mass of voters through whose franchise tlie offices are filled never expect or care to know the man or men for whom I they cast their ballots But there is a man whom they do know and that is their Leader and they know that lie knows the man for whom they are asked to vote and as they have confidence in him or the great organization which lie represents wi they have faith in the mon for whom he stands The densely populated districts of Xew York those portions wherein the new comer has Mil abode are especially quick to patronize such a system And here a word aa to what the Lender of a Tammnnv district signifies You may call it politics a o or by nny other name jsven more harsh If fhbfact re mains a pimethat Tammany 0 through its Leaders is the great est charitable as well as politico organization within the limits of the great metropolis barring per haps the Catholic church For Iin the charity of Tammany comes again the other secret of its great hold upon the people Ask nny Lender of Tammany if his duties arc wholly political and you will learn that there are few things which lit is not called upon to do In other cltleo it may be the Alderman or n member of the council to whom those with troubles turn but in Jfew York It is the Leader who must lookout for his own to his door climes the appeal for coal for medi cine for a job for food for the settlement of disputes and the thousand nnd one things that arise in the awful complexity of n city like Xew York The word hns gone out that Tammany is gijod to her own and up to that reputation she must and does live So a light begins to break on the question of why Tammany stays in power It is a matter of selfpreservation the first Jaw of nature from which she saps her strength and beyond anti behind nut below this principle no organization has ever succeeded In gaining a foot hold and maintaining it for nny lengthof time and the chances are strongly in favor of its never being done SUMMER SCHOOL Officers That Have Been Chosen For Coming Season The Catholic Summer School of America held its regular metingl- it the Catholic Club in New York City and elected its officers for the coming year The her John Talbot Smith was chosen President the tight Ilev Henry Gabriels Bishop of Ogdensburg First Vice President Mr Michael Bannln Second Vice President Mr Charles Murray Sue retary the Rev David T llickcy Treasurer The Executive Commit tee elected consists of John B Riley of Plattsburg George J Gillespie the Rev D J McMnhon the Right Rev Dr Loughlin and the night Rev M J Lavelle At the close of the election the President announced that all the standing committees of lost year were reappointed In the evening a dinner was given by the Trustees at the Hotel Manhattan to the reverend President in honor of his silver jubilee of ordination The winter lectures of the in stitution this year are to be given under the patronage of the Xew York branch of the Summer School of which Dr Francis Wall is the President and Mr Frank Wall Sea rctary The lectures will oe given as usual in the halt of the Catholic Club anti Dr James J Walsh will be the lecturer Four lectures will be given in Advent and six in Lent REV FATHER KELLY Will Deliver Annual Lecture For the Knights of Columbus The annual public lecture given under the auspices of the Knights ol Columbus of Louisville will take place Sunday night at Macauleys Theater The lecturer will be the Rev Francis C Kelly whose subject will be The Dream of Equality This is a subject that will open up sociological problems tint will be dealt with in an interesting and In speakerFatherof rare ability and posesses a capti vating style of oratory that holds the undivided attention of his autV ences He is pastor of the Church of the Immaculate Conception of Lapeer Mich in the Detroit diocese and his services have been often called upon In the lecture field The lecture will be free to the public and all the friends of the order are cordially invited HAPPY UNION The marriage on Wednesday morn ing of Miss Ayleen Clements daugn ter of Mr and Mrs Thomas Clements interested a wide circle of friends The groom was Charles Weissenberger a successful young business man with the firm of J Bacon Sons and popular in Catio He society circles The ceremony took place at St Louis Bertranda church with a nuptial mass Rev Father Clark officiating The church was thronged with friends of the contracting parties when the bride entered the church upon the arms of the groom and approached the beau tiful altar to the music of the Lohen grin weddlng march The bride wore an exquisite wedding gown of soft nnllIcere mony there was a wedding breakfast at the home of the brides parents where the couple was showered wllh presents and congratulations The bride is the sister of Misses Marie phClementsMrs Weissenberger left In the after noon for a wedding trip to Chltngo and after December 1 will be ready to receive their friends in their new home on Eighteenth street OPENS GROCERY David J Burke who resigned as patrolman lust week has opened n grocery at the corner of Twenty second and Magazine streets If Dave makes as successful a grocery man as he has been a capnblc and popular officer it in neeYUss to say that lie Will soon become one of our leading capitalists II II- t J COME AND SEE US Kentucky Irish American Se cures Now and Commodi ous Quarters With All Late Appliances For Newspaper and Job Printing Ofllco Moved From Muldoon Building Aftor Nine Years Occupancy READY FOR INSPECTION BY FRIENDS The office of the Ientucllen Irish American has been removed from its old quarters in the Muldoon mlkl ing to the new structure just across the street and adjoining the Anzei ger office 335 West Green street In our new place we occupy the MC ond floor which hns been well arranged and handsomely fitted up for our business nnd here our friends nnd patrons will always be welcome They are cordially invited to visit anti inspect our place at any time For nine years the Kentuckian Irish American has been issued from the rooms over the Muldoon monument works and the only reason for leaving the building so long occupied is the encroachment of new build ings in the vicinity which shut out the light from the composing and press rooms and rendered it almost imperative to secure new quarters It is with no little feeling Of satis faction that the Kentucky Irish American announces that a lease for a long term of years has been secured and the establishment will remain one of the leading factors in Printing House Square Our new office is conveniently located and since its removal has been equipped with the latest appliances for doing artistic newspaper and job printing by the addition of new type presses etcStarted nine years ngo in the building just vacated the Kentucky Irish American has enjoyed the gen erous patronage of its friends anti has grown in influence and circulation from week to week and year to year and we are pleasei to say now rests on a firmly established basis Irftlie future as in the past this paper will continue to be an ex ponent of the best things for the Catholics and IrishAmericans of Louisville and the Falls Cities It will be the aim of the proprietors to improve the issue from time to time and make it more interesting from week to week We invite our friends to call and see us at our new Quarters and at the same time not to forget that besides publishing a newswaper we have the best equipped job office about the falls CONVERTED Well Known English Journal ist Sees the Error of I His Way George A Sims a yell known English journalist who was until recently a Unionist was one of those who visited Ireland a few weeks ago in connection with the annual meet ing of the Institute of Journalists As a result he has been converted from the error of his way In a re cent issue of the Referee he writes of the Emerald Isfe and of County WIcklow in particular There Is more romance and beauty there than thousands of men see Inn lifetime And yet amidst these scenes of granduer and beauty there is ever the note of pathos The roads of this Paradise are often lonely ones Your enraptured eyes gaze upon scenes that for peaceful charm or majectic beauty have no equal among the vaunted glories of the Continent that the people of the world flock to behold anti you see around them few signs of the living race whose proud possessions they ire In many a sweet valley on many a heatherclad mountain there ire crumbling walls and the remains- of old homl tends with trees growing among the scattered stones These are the farms and the houses from which the people have gone across the Atlantic And from the land of beauty her sons are still de parting The tide of emigration still flpws on There are even those who will tell you that if the agricultural population continues to emi grate vast tracts of fertile Ireland will go out of tillage That is the tad note and the saddest as these Irish homesteads tenantless and falling into decay are in a fertile land of loveliness to which the world should come to pay homage Again and again I have gazes on the roofless homesteads the farms that are now only stones heaped up as cairns for the departed and I thought of the once lighthearted Irish lads and lasses who have gone heavyhearted to the far land I thought of the beautiful lines of Katherine Tynan Twas you could lilt with the thrushes trill Ah well avick maclirce God grant you may be singing still In the lonely far countrle And H was that song that sang itself in my ears again when a few hours later I stood on the deck of j r the Cambria at the North WallI dutyFor1ll women on the quay whose eyes were wet with tears land we were far out nt sea beforp the tears in the eyes of those toV whom they hadI dryNohind and the Irishjpeople who has not seen with the eyes of understanding the beautiful land and learned to know her warmhearted patriotic people There must be a wayo t bringing Englishmen anti Irishmenl together in ft brave loyalI effort to give toil glorious land ant n great people some measure of that which is their hearts desire and to gout which her bravest sons have gladly laid down their lives Some tiny we shall findHt Pray God that tiny may be soonI tapperfirstpeople united lit loyalty to each other When that has been brought nbout the first step will have boon brighterday SOLID GOlD BOOK if Brazilian Catholics Send Mag nificent Gift to Holy Father T The Catholics or Brazil irate just forwarded to the Vatican some mag niiieent gifts Intc led as a grateful iickiinvtlcdgmcnt o the recent pro motion of Mgr Ar iaverde Cavnlcnnti- til till dignity of Cnrdilll1l Amon the gifts there is t unigamt omit widen has excited the a miring comments of every one who 1 us seen 1J It is o book ofi four pages mad of solid gold OH he front cover is engraved the Papi Il tinrtacid keyn inlaid with diambni s and rubies anti under the tiara i i a portrait of Pius X in relief Tho back cover of the book contains in its center r diamond so large that it is valued nt 100000 Ihe second pag contains the en graved adflrosH of the Cmtholies of Brazil to the Pope roidl under it IIs p map of Brazil in relief the capital ot each State beingf designated by 1 large diamond Other and lesser cities are marked by emeralds sap phires and rubles total Rio Janeiro the capital of the iiitUoiiis represeiu ed bya large diamond The thlm page only contained the eogrnviet1 signatures of the prominent Braziian Catholics who subscribed for the present IRISH SPIRIT J Displayed Wednesday Night and Ladte AuxHIary Will Benefit President John A Murphy called to order a well attended meeting cf Division 4 A 0 II on Wednesday evening and nn interesting saeon folowwl Stephen McElliott oj the Employment Committee reported that all members were at present employed Ben Zorn was reported as improving from a long siege of illness Joseph Lenihan of the St Patricks Day Committee told what progress was being made in the matter of a Jlibernian celebration of the anniversary of Irelands patron saint and said that the entertainment in March would no doubt eclipse any previous efforts in that line Division 4 with its ever present spirit of generosity voted a dona tion to be used toward assisting financially the recently organized branch of time Ladles Auxiliary in Limerick It was also decided that the Literary Committee would in the near future provide some up propriate form of entertainment for the local divisions RECENT DEATHS Mrs Susanna Hershey beloved wife of Patrolman James Hershey was called to her eternal reward last Sunday night after a long illness that was borne with remark able patience and fortitude She was the mother of Jolm F Hershey clerk at the Old Inn and was forty six years old James II Keenan a successful In dianapolis druggist who formerly resided in Louisville died Tuesday evening after an illness of a month leaving a wife and two sons George anti James Keenan Mrs Keenan was also from this city and will be remembered as Miss B Muugovan The remains were brought to this pity and the funeral took place yesterday morning from Sacred Heart church ySunday night Mrs Cecilia Englert wife of Martin Englert was sum moned to her heavenly reward after a short illness Monday during the lay and night there was a continu ous stream of callers at the house of mourning 411 Twelfth street who mme to express sympathy for the bereaved husband and childrenl The funeral took place Tuesday morning from the Church of the Immaculate Conception and was largely attended Six grandchildren bore the remains of Mrs Mary node to their last rest ing place Monday morning after the funeral services ati St Boniface church Mrs Bode was seventy seven years old and a native of Westphalia Germany With her par ents she came to Louisville when a child and had since resided here She is survived by live sons and one daughter Sister Rose Qf the Ursu 1JohnI t 0 La a ACTl1 Landlords Must heed Warning Given Them in the Last Debate Donolthe Evicted Tenants a Service Difficulty GettingUnoccunicd Land Now the Great Obstacle REDMOND CALLS UPON GOVERNMENT Those landlords who are holding out for an extravagant price for their estates will do well to heed the warning given them in the debate on Monday last arising out of the evicted tenants question says the last ipsue of the Dundalk Democrat Time Irish landlords who have re fused to carry out the purpose of the act of 1903 with regard to the evicted tenants lave unwittingly done the body of tenantry n service They have directed attention to these aspects of landlordism which of late years have been more or less passing from peoples minds and re awakened memories of the crowbar brigade So for they have estranged any sympathy which the talk of con fiscation on one hand and of con citation on the other might possibly have aroused in the public mind for their class The land conference of lure directed attention to the hun dreds and thousands of evicted ten ants the wounded soldiers of the land warwho after years of suffer ing and privation were Nude to hope for reinstatement in their old homes ns owe of the conditions of a settle ment The authors of the act of 1903 bestowed upon the evicted ten ants a good deal of cheap sympathy and in addition introduced into the bill clauses providing for the restora tion of the evicted tenants by grace of course of the landlords How far the landlords as n hotly shared the statements of Capt ShaweTaylor and Lord Dunraven we may gather from the fact that today three years after the passing of the net 101 evicted tenants have been restored to their homes out of 9512 whio have made npplleation to t1- Esthi teSCommfIs sl nt1IftorilI orn tlonJohn Redmond brought the case of the evicted tenants before the House of Commons on Monday in a powerful and convincing statement of the case He declared that the workings of the net ns regards the evicted tenants had been blocked by the ac tion of the landlords and that it was the duty of the Government which professes sympathy with time tenants to take immediate stepi to bring compulsion to bear upon th former The Chief Secretary in re ply made the statement that he was already considering whethe+ it might not be necessary to arm the Estates Commissioners anti Con gested Districts Boards with further powers In the direction of compul lion The obstacle In the way of theIdifficultyFor that some remedy must be beIfoundthey might have to come those landlords who refuse to consider the claims of evicted ten ants to restoration there is no remedy but that suggested by Red mond and practically accepted by Secretary Bryce If the landlords will not of their own good will carryout time policy of healing old sores which was outlined by the representatives at the land conference they they must be compelled to carry out the intentions of the legislature As the law stands it is in their power to continue to vindictively pursue and punish the men evito had the courage to standout against the extortions and tyrannies practiced in the name of the law by Irish landlords in the past but it is not a good thing for the peace and uvell being of Ireland that 10000 of these brave but unfortunate men should be kept out in the cold nursing their vengeance against the laws in virtue of which those wrongs were done them or that planters and grabbers should continue to be a source of irritation nmongst a ten antry who naturally regard them as interlopers and enjfmies o their class If the landlords will not restore the evicted tenants the Parliament of England must restore them nut if compulsion is to be utilized to fulfill the intention of the act of 1003 as concerns time evicted tenants map we not expect that the principle will also be adopted to bring to their senses the landlords who demand fancy prices for their estates The avowed object of the framers of time act of 1903 was to settle the Irish laud question Three years have passed and the Irish land question Is still far from settlement The sugaredbaitunderstand that something more compelthemno more of proposals to sell at twentysix and onefourth years purchase plus time bonus TOOK RIOt STEP Time Insurance Commissioner of Kentucky has revoked the licence of the Mutual Life Insurance Company do business in that State ort tic Ito of the scandalous coercion of o r agents by the present managementt which Iis fighting to retain its lower over the money of the policyhollers If the Commissioners of other State did their duty says the New York World the licenses of the company would be revoked generally Even Jerome decidedly inclines to the view that section 053 of tthe penul code liar been violated but being Jerome he refuses of course to tnlIally action Jeromes theory seems to be that if a policeman see a thug In the act of murdering n pedestraln he should not interfere until time mur der Iis Actually committed Then Ins can produce the e apse ns evidence that there was moral obliquity somewhere Commissioner Prewilt has been warmly commended every where for time action ttikeu FINE RING Presented to Miss Mary Cor coran by Covington- Auxiliary Miss Mary Corcoran State Presi dent of the Ladies Auxiliary A 0 II has returned from her visit to the auxiliaries of Covington and Newport wearing a most beautiful emblem ring of the order The division and auxiliary of Covlngton held a joint meeting at which Miss Mary Corcoran urns the guest of honor A splendid muscial and liter ary programme hind been arranged for the occasion and after an elo quent address by Rev Father Coleman there were calls for Judge M T Shine who stepped forward and in a neat speech presented Miss Cor coran with the ring as a testimonial from her Covingtoii admirers At Newport also the auxiliary and division entertained in honor of the State President There the literary acid musical programme was a success and the evening closed with a tempting banquet During her visit Miss Corcoran was entertained at ninny functions and nude numerous friends who were no doubt attracted to her by her stanch Christian character truly a fair representative of our noble race of Irish womanhood TRINITY COUNCIL Members Subscribe Additional Stock For the New Club House Trinity Council Y MI had arousing meeting Monday night with the largest attendance of members and ree lilts of money during ti- mepmttai President Martin pre sided and all the officers were pres ent When the question of the new club house was presented speeches were made by Messrs Kelty Hund Hosier Sullivan Kirchdorfer Bas sung Cunniff Morris Sullivan Kelly Clark Beutel Dawson Conk ling and Martin nil of whom favored going ahead with the work but not until more stock was subscribed This brought many members to their feet nnd quiteu number of large blocks were disposed of which in sures a speedy beginning on the building It Iis now the intention to complete the brick work roof meet ing room and howling alleys so that the building will be ready for occupancy early next year This it ss thought will give a great im IIlInvolve35000 As soon as the council is installed it is thought there will be no difficulty in securing a swim of money sufficient to carry out the plans that have been approved by the Building Committee anti enable them to furnish and complete time club house within another year The meeting was harmonious and much other business was transacted before time adjournment at 1130 President Martin urged all members to be present to hear the lecture of Dr Phil Beutel Jr and announced that Mnckln Satolll and Unity Councils had also been invited WIN BIG PRIZE The Kentucky Irish American howling tram broke the record for the Falls City League Tuesday even ing by rolling in one game the high score of 1053 which is also the highest score rolled in any league in the city this season By securing this phenomenal score the team clinches the big prize offered by the Hunger alleys for the three highest antes inn the lengue tho prize being railroad fare to and from St Louis for five men during the National Howling Tournament in February and 25 cash for entrance fee for the team The team is composed of Albert D Gregg John Kiubcr ger Dennis J Gleeson John F Oetken John J Barry and J G Mlnnegerorte Jr- WITHOUT WARNING Sirs Mary Ellen Rhodes slity eight years of age and well known throughout the city suffered an at tack of heart failure Tuesday after noon at Twentyfourth and Broad way and expired before assistaueo reached her She had been visiting1 in the West End and vas waiting on the corned when stricken An time tottered Edward HifeTlortr r cnlfht lmer and carried her luito time fling store where she died Tlis re nuus WT removed to the rem Dace of Mrs J B Dowllnir 101 Jast Burnett avenue from whore the funeral Was held with service at St Philip Xoris church Mrs Rhodes was the mother of George and Rich ard Rhodes1 u CHALLENGE Thrown Down by Franco Does Not Disconcert Church Authorities Pius X Has Finally Decided to Mtiko Church Independentaof State t Functions Will Go On Regardless of tho Disposal of tho Churches i WILL COST VATICAN MANY MILLIONS After many months of indecision and delay the latter caused principally by the hope entertained at the Vatican that the French officials would at last come to terms with situationand the practical enforcement of the law of separation Plus X has finally decided to continue in his policy of resistance anti to make the French is church absolutely independent front the State anti supported entirely by its own resources In order to do this tho Vatican administration will have to meet an outlay of several Vb millions every year but the Pope feels confident that the resources necessary to support time French church will be easily found through the generosity of Catholics in other parts of the world Practically the plan would place the church of France on the same footing ns the church of America without nny de pendence or support rom the State and absolutely sustained by the gen erosity of its own adherents A special encyclical letter to time French Bishops and clergy is to bo issued by the Pope as soon as the new law of separation goes into effect before the middle of next month In it the Pope will assure the French Bishops anti priests that whatever support the State denies them owing to the new law will be provided direct by the Vatican so that the Catholics of Franco may continue to enjoy the practice of their religion and the ministrations of their priests and Bisiions Time celebration of th other chtifoh ceremonies wiu cvr rlnueregardlessiof vhe disposal that is to be Wade bv the French offi cials of the bull lI1gs at present used for public worship In those par ishes and dSceses in which the Goy ernment rill see fit to close the church the parish priests and Bishops will hire other buildings adapted at least for the moment tJ assemble the faithful therein and to continue their ministration Just the same as if nothing had happened nlrendyformedof the Pope by schismatic priests or by Socialistic municipal councils are not to be recognized by the Bishops under any circumstances and no advantage is to be taken of their o offer of turning over the properties of which they have uneanonically acquired j the title for the use of time separationthe work of building up the church in France must be begun anew All those priests who are entitled to pensions and allowances from the Government under the new law will be permitted to accept them as long as the French Government consent to pay Besides at the order of tji Vatican authorities In every French diocese has now been established a fund for the support of the clergy and the Bishops which is to be made up from thfr contributions received from the French Catholics in each district What further amount will be needed in each of the dioceses it will be supplied direct by the Vati can authorities who can dispose of large funds from the Society for the Propagation of the Faith from the patrimony of the religious orders es pecially of those who hare been enabled to carry away from France before their expulsion large amounts of money nnd from the contribu tions received for the purpose from Catholics all over the world New places of worship will be es tablished whenever needed all ore France and if necessary episcopal residences presbyteries and semi naries The tremendous outlay of money that will be required for this purpose will bo met especially through the generosity of the Jesuit Order which at time time the new General was elected a few weeks ago placed at the Popes disposal all of its resources for the reorganl nation of the church in France Sev peremptorilyforward to Rome their resignations because of their failure to comply PopInin France Their successors will probably be appointed at the Consistory of December and even before then severe measures will be adopted against those few French priests wino disobeyed the orders oil the Holy See anti established lay asJ parlsheitagalnthe I diselplinariais priestsFrallce tthe authorities of the church ifl cause it Is considered impossible reorganizationthe full cooperation pfaUthe lush and clergy u k t3Jjj r i jTs2rrrrs mresxi AitlERICA KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflNI ININININNMIIIN tewoted to the Moral cad Social Advancement of all Irish Americana KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Rutered at the LonUvltle Postofnce as SecoBdCUss Matter ANittiell CoTxnanlcallonstothe+ KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Green Street UNION CTRADESI IABEI COUNCIL I LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 17 1906 I THANKSGIVING Gov Beckham in Issuing his Thanksgiving proclamation for Thursday November 29 has Blvcn utterance to words and sentiments that every true Christian and Ken tuckian should take to heart and re member They should also delight in acting out his wise and timely suggestions The Governor says in partOur people have prospered be yond all precedent our nation in a intclittlea position of power and might be yond the boldest dreams of its founders and today commands tin admiration and respect of the entire world In material wealth we are has law Naturewithout an equal shed upon us her choicest bounties The sunshine of pence and content ment sheds Its genial light upon a happy land To deserve and retain these things n due recognition should be given to the Divine source from which they come In place of boasting of our greatness let us humbly praise and thank Him to whom we owe all The strength and the endur welfare of our republic ance oX its splendid institutions and the progess of our Christian civiliza lion must depend spiritIwith which our people can observe the purpose of this tinyand recog the provi nize our obligations to dence of God In celebrating this occasion let us remember that no of elo service of song and no words quent praise are so expressive of gratitude to the Almighty as are deeds of charity and kindness to the poor and helpless among us QUITE RIGHT The Courier Jouruial In a lengthy editorial on the immigration conven Lion held at Nashville says that Mr Hemphlll of Charleston was quite right when he said that the Southern people must expect to treat the im migrants as white people should be treated and then adds Is ties that they must re ages If they are im migrants of the right sort they will earn more than the average negro laborer null they willTpt stay unless they get more lVitlP immigra tion the South must expecto pay the new laborers all they are wVrUi They wish a sort of immlgratlo q that will improve the qualityas well as the quantity of labor at their disposal and to get this they must stand ready to pay for it This fact is well enough apprehended by many Southern men and it would be well if all of them understand it fully The South certainly needs more and better labor but will never turn the desirable immigrant this way until there is absolute assurance that in no case w111 a white work Ingman be placed upon the level of the negro The whites no matter from what country they come will never submit to such treatment Tet t ih South first provide steady cm nent for immigrants and pay r wages and there will be n speedy solution of the labor and race problem Thj National Congress on Uni form Divorce Laws in session this week at Philadelphia approved the bill proposed which includes seven causes under which annulment of a marriage may be obtained and six causes for absolute divorce The causes for which divorce can be granted are Infidelity felony desertion habitual drunkenness and ntolerable cruelty Bishop Shanley f North Dakota was a delegate K though opposed to divorce lie said to have voted for the sections in behalf of his State because the other delegates were not present 1Boston lovers of Irish music have undertaken the formation of an Irish choral society and are being aided in the project by the Knights of St Brendan Largely through the effort of Charles J OMalley a nplemid society of this kind has list been organized in Syracuse ytaville possesses much talent of i highest order and only needs n ider to have one as good as the st ecretary Frank Morrisons annual ort to the American Federation j M abor Which met this week at ticnpolis showed that of the Ifli p rjwAs involved in the 887 lei of the jpast year nil but 11183 fbenefited Pd c6ropB k nshlp floes not lIe upiiofe eeei entbut upon elc- ry fPiAI II 1 I BISHOP CANEVIN Tails Homely Talc to might of Columbus at FlttsburS Itishop Canevin State Chaplain of the Knights of Columbus was the principal orator when 350 sat nt tlu Discover day banquet of the Knights in the Hotel Schenley 1 In 1lttsburg He said The nubjcc which was assigned to me Is one which should Inspire any man to saj words which will benefit his audi torsThe Ideal Knight A man Iis never better than his Ideal and Iit we are to understand what is meant by a true Knight of Columbus we must understand what his ideals are The difference between tliu Pagan and the Christian world Iifi only after all a difference in ideate To show how a man is influenced in the great affairs of life by ideals I will illustrate by a homely tale Some years ago when I was Chap lain of the Western Reform School of Pennsylvania a young negro came to me one day and said that he wished to become n Catholic When I asked him why he replied I hear that John L Sullivan is a Catholic You see it was a question of Ideals I explained that something higher was required Some months later he was baptized and confirmed and he took the name of John Lawrence Sullivan and he has proved a most exemplary Catholic POPE LIKES PLAN Decides to Adopt For Italy the Idea of American Federation Since tlie audience granted to Bishop McFaul of Trenton N T who was one of the principal pro moters of the Federation of Catholic Societies In the United States Plus N has decided to adopt the same Jplnji regarding the numerous Catholic associations in Italy which have for their scope the promotion of Catholic interests The committee in charge of the matter has been instructed by the Vatican to establish an Italian Electoral Catholic Union which Is to be composed of all the Catholic societies at present doing isolate workThe scope of the Union will bc uniclpnJ1rOIneiul sentntlon of persons in harmony with the church and to submit tithe approval of Parliament the laws which shall be deemed more adapted to protect church Interests while denouncing laws under discussion which may not be favorable to the church It is the general opinion in nome that by establishing a Federation of Catholic Societies in Italy at it exists in the United States the Pope has proved himself once more p shrewd politician and that it will not be long before the number ot Catholic members in the Italian Parliament will form a powerful group SEMINARY To Be Erected by Catholic Colony on Norwood Heights A building Ito be used as a preparatory seminary will be erected at Xorwood Heights n suburb of Cincinnati in the center of a plot of ground that comprises ten acres The seminary will be situated in a knoll within easy access of traction lines between Xorwood and Pleas not JUdge Archbishop Moeller stated last evening that the building would not be finished before the expiration of a year The plats liars been drawn and work will be com menced early during the coming spring The building will accommo upontheprepnrntoryon Seventh street will soon expire mad it was decided to build a seminary CHARLES CARROLL Wednesday of this week was the anniversary of tho death of Charles Carroll of Carrollton the noted Catholic and last of the signers of the Declaration of Independence who passed away at the patriarchal age of ninetysix years While a mere youth he studied law in Eng land and France and returned to America at the ace of twentyseven where he soon became known us an advocate for liberty and as one of the ablest political writers in Mary land After holding many positions of honor Ifr Carroll retired from public life in 1810- CHURcil FOR SYRIANS The first Syrian Catholic church in the West will be established in Min neapolis shortly by theHev Gabriel Korkemas who has gathered about togetherlie i S I SOCIETY Mrs James Connors and daughtei have been spending the week with relatives in Memphis Frank L McKernan who has bee spending the past week In Sew York City will arrive home Monday Miss Lizzie Tracy has returned tJ her home at Winchester after a pleasant visit with friends in tho cityThe popular Sereno Club will glv the second dance of Its fall serif next Thursday bvening in Mnsonii Hall Thomas Murphy and daughter Virginia have been the guests of Mr and sirs 13 OConnor at Chore town Ind The Young Ladies Euchre Club of the West End was entertained Mon tiny evening by Mrs Thomas Maher 2103 Itowan street Mrs James T Mulligan of Chicago will spend several weeks as the guest of her sister Mrs Arthur Kaye at Pewee Valley Mrs Patrick Dunne and children left Wednesday for Memphis to spend several weeks before going to New Orleans for the winter Mrs Annie Burke anti daughter Miss Mnyme had as their guests this weekl Misses Katherine and Bridgle Lynchof West Point Mrs 13 MeDonough entertained last Sunday evening In honor of her HOIK Joe MeDonough who hn been In China for the past four years Miss Margaret Martin of Terre Haute was this week the guest of Miss Jennie Simonson nt her home on East Main street New Albany Dr Bernard J LnmmerK of tills city was among the visitors who registered this week at West Baden Springs for n period of rest and rec reationFrnnkc Wnhle a populnr member of Maojsin Council and well known In the West End is seriously ill of pneumonia at his home 2523 St Xavier street Will J Ihelnn is being congratulated upon the arrival at his home ot- a fine baby boy The little one Is n lusty youngster and almost as large as the proud father Virgil Bohn residing at 2540 Bank street was this week stricken with typhoid fever but his friends will be glad to know that his condition Is not at all serious Fred Schmidt manager of the Coco Cola bottling works in this city has just returned from an extended Southern trip made in quest of business and pleasure Irish American Galley 1Ilef SOCIETY Society Mrs John Conley who was the guest of Miss Alice Hall has re turned to her home in Bowling Green Miss Clee Charlton the charming laughter of Senator Albert II ChnrMon left Thursday for Houston Texas to visit her sister Mrs Frank J 11111 Miss CharHon will return home Dececber 15 The Harmpnia tub will hold Its meeting tomorrow afternoon at the residence of Miss Margaret Murphy In Parkland The members nre ar ranging for a reception and dance in the near future An enjoyable and largely attended social event was the reception and entertainment given by Miss Katie Bossmeyer In honor of Miss Katie Lincoln of Mobile Ala who has been visiting relatives here Miss Mary L Foleyof Richmond Center Win who has been spending several weeks here as the guest of her cousins Misses Mary anti Tillie Cunnlff left Thursday for Hopklns ville where slip will visit her sister Mrs Thomas Norton George Zorn of the L N Ball road Company left this week for St Augustine where he will be con nected with the Florida East Coast railroad Mr Zorns many local friends wish him luck and prosperity in his new home The many friends in this city of Mr and Mrs Edward Cowan of Day ton Ohio who resided hero for many yearn were canset much uneut lm H this week by the news that Mrs Cowan had fallen a victim to diph theria tend that their residence hind been quarantined T outs Vcrnia prominent lit New Albany business anti society circles has buicn appointed freight agent for the Southern railroad in that city His brother Edward Vcrnia Is freight agent for the Monon ands a popular young man Frank Mayer who sustained a fractured arm Saturday night at the Coliseum rink and was thought to have sustained other injuries has been pronounced out of danger though it will be some time before he can use the injured arm Miss Sallle Llnton the daughter of W S Llnton anti John Wight were quietly married Wednesday evening at the Sacred Heart church the few Father Walsh officiating Mr and Mrs Wight will be at home after December 1 at 1120 West Broadway The Misses Anna and Mary Butler ortlnnd avenue will be hostesses ifonday evening to their West End Young Ladles Euchre Club one of the most popular and successful girls social clubs in time city Its receptions have always been largely JratherInlargest of the season Monday morning St Williams arch was the Scene of a pretty veddlng when Miss Dorothy Fath parIshai nuptial mass by the lien penis urphy Following the ceremony the happy pair were entertained at 4an t on elegant wedding breakfast nfter which they left for Chicago wher they are spending their honeymoon Upon their return Mr and Mrs Simon will go to housekeeping at Twelfth and Churchill streets Mr and Mrs John C Graves of 044 Fifth street entertained with a euchre Wednesday evening at their residence Prizes were won by Mn Ike Oppenheimcr Misses Mamie Hoi loran Winnie Hcnnessy Elaine nice and Messrs Guy Osterman Dr Tohn T Chawk and Will Chester After the euchre luncheon was served ami musical selections rendered 1 by Misses Mary llldge Abbie Chester and Joseph Smith Mrs Graves was assisted in entertaining by Me dames David Welsh antes Smltl John T Chester and Misses Abbie and Mary Hennessy HON M J RYAN Active President of United Irish League of America non Michael J Ryan who hos been elected President of the Unltei Irish League of America is one of the most prominent Knights iof Columbus in Philadelphia He is in lawyer and has taken great interes in the cause of Ireland and on ono tour made at the request of the Irish National League of America lecturedl in more than thirty States He assisted in organizing the Irisl Confederation For three years Ilie was President of the Philopatriai Literary Institute for two year President of the Catholic Young MCIIH Union and for three yean resident of the Irish Anierico Club Mr Byan greatly aided I in having Congress puss the resolutioi appropriating 50000 for a statue of Commodore John Barry father sof the American navy in the Nntiona Capital THE SHORTER DAY Wages Arc Rightly Regulated by the Standard of Living In nearly every ocen1patiod there has during the last few year been a perceptible shortening of tire working tiny anti the movement in this direction continues to grow DlIII spread The donand for fewer IOur8 of labor presvpposes of course th maintenance of wages at the previous lly existing figure Since as a broad economic principle wages are regulat ed not by the Jlength of the working day but by the standard of living If wages were ready paid by the hour we should find as a rule that wages are Increased as the working day Iis lengthened It Is well known however tint the opposite conditln prevails that as between given Indus tries and countries the 1 longer work- Ing day is invariably distinguished by the lower wage roil The fact of th movement for a shorter working clnj demonstrate that wages increase not only relatively to theamount of worl clone but also positively as the resuli of the diminished competition amen the workers This fact Is the strongest possible substantiation of the eon tention Hint the waite rate is got erned wholly by those consideration which we hove In mind when we speal of the standard of living Mor time out of the shop means mor time for rest and recreation leidlnf to the creation of new desires andI th consequent elevation or at least diver slfication of the accustomed mode of living By a natural process ties desires become needs the fntisfaetloi of which Is as in perctlve to the lens of decency as is that of the pure I physical wants to the ronintennm1 of life itself HINTS ON STYLE Bright jet buttons are now allow able for mourning Coral and Cameo jewilry arc count the favorites this season A circular style of skirt and plait combined makes a delightful new effect For dressy frocks nre Incelike but tcJis with delicate enameled flowers thereon Among gowns of soft dining mate rials overskirts or double skirt tire appearinng Military effects ir cut and trim mlng will be very fashionable tin season anti munch gold braid used Pleats give the skirts fullness am gruee linked with good hungra tilt impossible to the plain circular style The smart little Eton made to define the figure closely is a vast fa vorite with the worker in furry pelts A braid revival is till but assured Braids vt nil widths and kinds brnli ornaments in wonderful diversity trim both jacket and skirt Small capotes that set closely ant comfortably t5 the shape of the tend with the ubiquitous bandeai to give them a becoming tilt appeal very popular Never were trimming braids In sleh variety mail beauty Imported frocus show n combination of tour nnd five kinds on one garment They are used lavishly on tailored suits Braids and braids are having a welcome such as they have not known in rearsSot only is the tailor using them to the uttermost but the dressmaker Is using braids upon 1111 sorts of frocks Theses n change in the tnllorel silk waists worth noting A modified bishop sleeve In most approved that with shallow cuffs and a finish of iv narrow turnback cuff The dressier ntyles also have cuffs but not so deep- S the long ones oC summer A walking hat Is culled the bowler It does not adhere strictly 1o- e severe trimming of bow and quills lint Is also decorated with tips Broadcloth on silk is one of title eauonK novelties On a black taffeta kirt with wide and small box plaits aletwo wide bands of broadcloth strapped each one with three routs f taffeta o t 0- r THE BIG DAY MackIn Council Will Tomorrow Pass Five Hundred Mark Ever since Mackln Council elect cd President Charles llnidy and the present administration there hnR Inerenselthenouncemcnt was made Tuesdn night that with the Initiation ito- morrow afternoon Mavkin would be that strong there won unstinted op plause The first important bUHI ness was the filing of nine more 01 plications the election of eleen members and favorable reports upon seven candidates A number of communications were read one notifying the council thnt Grand resident Martin had appoint ed Charles I Cute m Council Uep ty Upon motion It was decided to hold a special meeting Friday nigh to hear reports and ballot for new incnibcrx fhe initiation to morrow Is expected to be the largest eyer held by the Y M I In Louisville as there is a class of at least ucventj five awaiting the degrees As there will be but one more initiation thlM year It is urged upon members thnt they see that all candidates the proposed are at this mooting Treasurer Dal Weber exhibit the check that would reduce thl councils Indebtedness 1000 and eon nil sides it was predicted that he would liars the pleasure of signiiij the next which would be the last rhe Visiting Committee report that Mike IJrennan and Con Hartin were off the sick list after tin lllnes of several weeks SISTERS BAZAR The meeting last Monday night at St Francis Hall in the interest of the bazar for the Sisters of tIle Good Shepherd which will open ot Liedcrkrnnz Hall on Monday Xc ember 20 was largely attended Dl1Il the reports submitted were cry satisfactory The Indies In chars of the various booths are meeting with much encouragement and hav already received many articles thot will be placed on sale At each booth there will be a lady representativ of every congregation in the cltj which will add to their popularity Good reports of progress made for the bazar were also received fron congregations that held meeting last Sunday The next meeting will be held Monday night at St Francis Hall at 8 oclock SCHISM IS DYING Archbishop J J Harty of Manilla who has just returned to Home from the Philippine islands in conversln1 with high dignitaries of the e1ll1reh last Saturday gave the most satis factory accounts of the situation iIn the Philippines where the Aglipa schism is said to be dying out being more of a political than a religious nature Archbishop Ilurtywe awaiting the arrival of his secretarj Father J J Clause rector of the Cathedral of Manila who landed nt Barcelona indisposed and who WOR expected in ten days After Fathe Chusas arrival In Home Archblsho Harty will be received by the Pop READY TO BUILD With the 1000 realized from tllo recent bazaar the congregation of St Marys of the Knobs Just outsUli of Sew Albany has now a buiidini fund of about 10000 which lies been accumulating for several years for the erection of a new church ond arrangements will be made short to begin the work The new struct are will replace the old brick church that was erected by the late Fathe Xt ron over sixty years ago ANNIVERSARY The members of Lafayette Council Y M I of Newport will celebrati the fifteenth anniversary of tin founding of time council with a bar quet at the Altamorit Hotel on Thursay November 22 for while special preparations are being made It is expected that several of the Grand officers will be present ns guests of honor and a number Iron Louisville Cincinnati anti IJcllevin nay also attend COSTS TO LIVE According io Duns Index Number the cost of living now is higher thou it has been before at any time foi twenty years with the single eX- ception of June 1 of this year There Is some comfort however in the accompanying statement that a Toni period of unprecedented commercial activity has given employment to every class of labor and the total mount distributed in wages was Jeer before so great ZINC AND LEAD Henry A J Puls and a number of iricrids have returned from Crltten len county where they spent sev jral days inspecting the lead am tine mines in which Mr Puls is great J Interested Shafts have beer linkI and a number of large V IUH truck which are expected to yield a large output and bring fortunes to the promoters who are mostly Jouisville men DONT HURRY That there should be 110 hurry at tbe Thanksgiving dinner goes without saying For that one meal at least there should bp respite from the usual controlling thought of a traIn to catch an engagement to eep or a man to meet PREPARING In Rome and all over Italy corn iiittees are at work preparing fore golden sacerdotal jubilee of the loly Father which will occur in September 1008 w i MASONICTHEATERWEEK OETAS E BLANEY PRESENTS FISKEilcarheart My own mother dear and One Little nahv IN MR 1-t I I ON HOME 7569 CUMB PHONE WEST 69 Young Irish Actor In Play of Thrilling Interest at Masonic Time storyof Mr Blarney From Ireland the poly in which Charles E Blaiioy is to present his new star Fiske Ollnra at the Masonic Theater on Monday November 10 Is In four acts and Is a novelty in I FISKE OHARA f asinuch as although it is writter for an Irish singing star yet al scenes of the four acts are laid ir and around New York In it the hero comes to this country at tin request of Michael Murphy who hit been helped over here in his earl days by Blarneys father and wit had promised in return that he would pay the young Blarneys pas sage over and give him a place when he grew up if he wanted it Blarneys father dies and he comes over Murphy puts him in his office The in the of fice has a hold over the son of Mir phy who has lad trouble with the daughter of his fathers friend 11 f threatens him with exposure unlesn he gets money for his silence The father has his suspicions aroused by this and discharge him after hearing him proposing elopment to his daughter Rate whom he had forbidden him to male love to Blarney is put in charge of the office and Barker the this charged begins to plot against him Murphys son has forged checks and Barker olds one of these over him In the second net in Murphys office he threatens Charlie that unless he gets money for him he will expose hump to his father Blarney takes the cheek from Barker anti knocks him down Later In the play Blarney takes the blame off Charlies shoulders In protesting the daughter of his fathers friend whom Charlie has wronged anti gives up his own position to do so He enters politics and through the help of nn Irish woman who has money wins the fight although he has to defeat his former friend Barker is his opponent nUll Is spend ing money freely He robbed the safe in Murphys office on the night after rents had been collected In the third act the election comes off and Barker appears to liars the hest of it until Nora Blarneys Irish woman friend and Jimmie a boyfriend of Blarneys catch his main helper and put him in a hole where they pour water on him from a hose until they get the he has with which to throw the election over to Barker Blarney wins the election and proves that Barker robbed the safe in Murphys office on the night Charlie was supposed to have done it In the past act Blarney is occupying a summer home on Long Island where Murphy and his friend Croker come to find out the truth regarding Crokers daughter Blarney shows where Murphy was deceived regarding Charlie land where Barker had lieen the man who robbed the safe some of the money anti having been recovered and he having been seen coming out of the window in the office bv a witness The play closes with Blarney inviting the two old friends to remain for the wedding reception he is going to glee and the curtain falls after the tangledpoints have nil been straightened out and the wedding of Charlie and Sadie Croker is The entire front yard of St Louis JJertrnudfl church has just been laid with granitoid paving extending out to the tile walk oi the pavement and with the fence taken away en tirely presents a very handsome ap pearance Very Bev Father Lo qn also intends to make other extensive which will tend to make the Dominican church one of Ihe handsomest in the South MOORE MEMORIAL The Tom Moore Memorial Com nittee In Dublin have fixed Satur Li The Famous Irish Tenor late ol THE BOSTONIANS OUIARABLARNEY PROM IRELAND ASK OIes FALLS CITY BEER TAP TODAY PHONE FISKE OHARA superintendent superintendent superintendent papers checks celebratedI- MPROVEMENTS imnrpvements 7V1 C7TULHYS Monday and Tuesday Evenings TruthThursday andtalllrdaOtis Skinner in limo1 Duil HOPKINSWeek Beginning Sunday Nov 18 HIGH VAUDBVILLETWO MCARTS DOGS AND MONKEYS Foremost Trained Animal Act In Vaudeville Piske newshappyhornKldnCliftonin aniromedyaerialartiatsrollerskatesotherviewsPRICES Evening 10 to 75 cents Mallnee Best Seal In House 25 cents BUCKINGHAMMATINEE WEES COH1IENCINO SUNDAY NOV IS The Merry Maidens- A Bubbling Dish of Mirth Music and Melody filled to the aria with VERY PRETTY GIRLS Just a little dlfleif nt from the rest DONT WAIT but come at once and see the largest selection of FURNITURE of all kinds in the c- ityWmFMayer 419 WEST MARKET ST I Cumb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CREAM CO MANUPACTURBkS OP PURE ICE CREAM AND SHERBET We have our own dairy and ice plant and we separate our own cream This enables us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competi tors 627633 EIGHTH ST t SHORTHAND ADVERTISING TELEGRAPHY COMMERCIAL LAW spcclalIstsThe student is given personal individual train Ing by practical work from the start The ad vantages offered by the TRUMAN SYSTEM are unsurpassed This in the shortest cheapest and best plan ever offered students Call or address AM n dc1whiMd Expert Accountant 551 Fourth Avenue C SCHNEIDER v DEALER IN CHOICE Tams Bacon Pork Lard Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Filth and Green Streets C B THOMPSON FLORISTOSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W leflirson Sl Both Telephones 1080 All orders receive prompt attention and lUafaction guaranteed lay time 24th of November for the jnvejllng of the Celtic memorial toss in Jtromham churchyard Jus f tIn McCarthy has promised to write in address for the 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particulars apply to MOTHhR MARY REGINA MERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jeffersonvllle lad WISE ONES will insist on getting DIAMOND Wall Plaster because it is the only kind that is not affected by frost Three hours after you put it on you are on the safe side CoeKentucky BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook and River Louisville Ky Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plas ter Plant Jeffersonville Ind Phone 555 ALBERT TT11 1 SCHRANZ 301 302 KY TITLE BUILDING REAL ESTATE In All Its Branches Cumb Phone 543Y MONEY TO LOAN I 0 IJ n- a I GIVE US YOUR ORDER oP i10 H at Hall Division co 2 of the Ladies Auxil iary Anent Order of was at Hall on Sixth street near I St The new lIvii ion was for two reasons viz first on acctncnt of the new of 1 being situmted in the West End a great Juiwiy anl living in the part of the city und sec ond that a city like should have A larger in the State The officers were chosen Mrs Toll Mrs John laude JUley Sec Katie dark Miss Several of Illusion 1 of the Ladies were on Lana to help the nesv division ninonu them being Mrs Daniel Mrs Mary Clrnes Misses King Fannie and Dora who assisted in the new Messrs Steve John Hen nefwy Win M1 Walsh logfpi lenilmn and John Holland made short and their to tlie now sisters The next will be held on Friday in the some hall ting the San The of are doing well for their San brethren All the local divisions the time of the and are now the levied by the night Division 1 its pro rata as did Division 4 last month State Butler was a wel come visitor and in a short address the of bring ing one of the national lecturers to this city in the near future During the It was out that the of division officers must take place at the last in and the elec tions held at the in Thus far there has been little interest taken in the election but after the new County Board is it is there will be a renewed in the four The for the St day had no report to make further than that Thea ter had been secured and that progress was being made on the pro gramme BACK TO WORK William Burke living in Xew and Fireman Thomas Gavin living at 712 street this city who were night in a in the Big Four yards are again back at work A ds Nashville switch engine had been in the yards and left four cars on the main track The night was darks and when the lUg lour engine entered the yards the men could not see the cars The rules of the yard require a to be placed on cars on the main track at night but it is claimed the rule was William and William were also Michael Dineen who ar rived here from Ireland tins acv cepted a with the office force of James Greene the man lie served several years with the British army during the Bijr war aril is related to D J Cole man of Portland avenue Mr Dineen is a welcome addition to the ranks in this city and will be sure to find that he has fell in good hands Miss Yenner well known in the last End was the victim of a bold night The young lady had been the at the home of a friend and had just left the car at Shelby and streets when she was at tacked by two who secured her purse and a gold locket that she 0- D 0 Printing FAIR Kentucky Irish American OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET NEW DIVISION Ladles Auxiliary Organized Bertram Hfbcrninns ttrgariized Tuesday evening Bertrand Catherine organized quarters DMsion members prospective members iouthern Louisville rtiwesentation convention following temporary Cunningham President Ivcnrmy VicoVresidtnt- MlRs Jtecording retaryMiss Financial Secretary Maggie Grogan Treasurer meiribvrs Auxiliary organize Dougherty Elixttbeth Kennedy McGrnty obligating members McElliott Comnelly addresses pledged support meetfng evening NICE SUM SENT Louisville Hibernians Assist Francisco Suffers Hibernians Louisville suffering Francisco responded generouslyat catastrophe paying assessment Saratoga convention Tuesday forwarded President suggested advisability meeting brought nomination meeting November following meetings December organized thought activity divisions committee arranging Patricks celebration Mocauleys Engineer Albany Franklin injured Tuesday smashup Louisville working standing Intensely headlight standing disregarded Foreman Phillips injured WELCOME ARRIVAL recently position furniture IrishAmerican MAGGIE YENNER ROBBED Maggie robbery Tuesday spending evening Jefferson negroes GOOD WORK PRICES All the new Winter styles and shapes can be found here at reasonable prices II J It II II Every Catholic Family 1 should read the KENTUCKY IRISH AMEtilGAN j One Ddlar Per Year 1 ++4e FF HEN 1 wort The matter was reported to thief Maher sad the detectives 111 sifter the culprits KNIGHTS OF COLHMBIB Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else wkere lte 1 1of C bowling toiirnamcu opened at Thnms Allty Xew York on the 15th Twentyoae councils art represented in the league this season Wilkesbarre Council opened its sO cial session Monday night with u euchre and dance that was the mosi noteworthy event held by Knight there for years The council at Cambridge Mass held a smokeless talk complimentary to its lady friends Monday evening Rev Joseph M Gleason was present and spoke on Beminis senses of the Boxer War in China Arlington Council held its annual banquet in GJ B Hall on Wednes day evening The banner and shield which the councils baseball team won in the Boston Kof C league series was presented during the evening ILnst Sunday a new Council was instituted in the city of Grand Forks under the auspices of Forgo Coun ill Mlnon Council was instituted recently with fifty charter members The ejree work was put m under the direction of Territorial Deputy Anheier and was very satisfactory The fourth degree will be exempli fied in St Iaul for thefirst lime on Thanksgiving day Tlw district is made up of Minnesota ami North Dakota The exemplification will take place in the now qunicr of St Taut Council Three hundred candidates will be present In the evening a banquet will be ghcn At a metting of San Sahador Coun cil of Philadelphia the second degree WOK conferred on thirty candidates Father William J lllggins filled his nrcustonert place in the first section of the degree conveying the Usfons to the candidates in the most imprts Kive manner At the conclusion of the degree Grand Knight Patrick Davis in an eloquent speech reforrel to the obligations San Salvador Conn- ell was under to Father Higgins aril on behalf of the conncU presented hint with n magnificent leather couch and reclining chair UK a hlijrht token oi their regard and affection for him HONORS FOR LAWYER William A Perry now a practicing attorney and associated with the lion A J Bigot but for ten years a clerk in the mailing department of the Louisville postoffice was enticed into the office of Lewis ODon nell Superintendent of Mails Satur day afternoon and made the victim of a carefully planned surprise on the part of his former colaborers Much to his embarrassment he found the room filled with his former fellowworkers headed by Postmaster Woods who began at once on a presentation speech which finished in the presentation of a gold watch charm to Mr Perry lie made n neat speech and the leavetaking was characterized by the best of feeling PLEASED WITH OFFICERS Pope Pius last Saturday received in private audience Bear Admiral Yates Stirling U S X Gen Stewart L Woodford former Minister to Spain and Brig Gen Albert L Mills Superintendent of the Military Academy at West Point who were presented by Mgr Kennedy rector of the American College The Pope expressed satisfaction of meeting such distinguished American officers and recalled the excellent im pression made by the sailors of Bear Admiral Brownsons squadron who came to Rom fo visit him a NEW BREWERY The Palls City Compan Opens For Business Today The Falls City Brewing Company which promises to be one of Louif villes most prosperous institution Opened for business today placing its material on the market for tl1e first time The company expects to stand or fall on its merits The Falls City Brewery was 01 ganlzed in April 1905 and today fur the first time places its brew of beer upon the local market It hM one of the most uptodate plants for the manufacture of beer in the Tnited States The brewery build- Ing is an imposing structure at Thirtieth rind Broadway The build- Ing has long been up and people have wondered why the owners did not begin business They waite until they got things in gOOll shapeYesterday there was a reception ut the brewery and members of the press business and professions men and all interested in the we fare of Louisville participated Are ception was held from 1 to 5 p m and it was a very pleasant affaii The officers of the company are f J hickey President Ilea Fihe Vice President nI Schrader Seen tary Theo Kvers Treasurer und last but not least Otto Doehri brewmaster The directors are J Hickey Ben Fihe B H Schradei Theo Evers L Hoffmann Josep Pirrmann and Frank Xigler Those who have sampled the beer say that It is of the very fines quality and they have great prais for the brewmaster Mr Doehrr who is said to be the finest in his pri fession The beer will be on sule at all of the principal saloons iin Louisville from now on KNIGHTS AND LADIES Fittingly Celebrated the Six centh Anniversary of Their Branch Branch 2 of the Catholic Knight and Ladies of America better known as St Patricks branch for man years the largest in America had Ju fitting celebration of its sixtccnll anniversary Wednesday night A committee composed of Mrs Mar garet Foley Misses Mary Sheridan and Mary Corcoran and Messrs Thomas Keenan and Joseph Vette had been for several weeks arrang ing for the affair and the pro gramme presented was a most agreeable surprise to the hundreds who were present Vocal and rostra mental numbers were rendered hv the best local talent and able Inl eloquent addresses were delivered 1lIv Dr William B Doherty and Miss Mary Sheridan the Supreme Trea rarer who recounted the great worJ of Branch 2 and the ninny who lint been its beneficiaries The meeting closed with n feast of good things that were dispensed with lavish hospitality UNIQUE SUBJECTS Itev Father Denis T 0Snlllvan the well known Jesuit preacher and lecturer of the Church of the Im maculate Conception anti a membeir of the faculty of Boston College will again this year open the Lyccuir course of the Boston Young Mens Catholic Association Father OSulll van has been the speaker at these opening events for v several years past Father OSullivan will take foi his subject A Stick of Chalk The unique subject of course excludes the possibility of knowing what the lecturer will deal with In former years the speaker took for his subjects A Lumpof Coal A PInch of Salt and others and each one was of the deepest interest MACKINS BANQUET The banquet to be given by Mackin Council to the Fall Festive Committee this contestants and officers will take place at the club hpuse on Monday evening November 26 This was decided at a meeting held Wednesday evening From what we have been able to learn the of fair will be a notable one Presi dent Charles Baidy will be the toastmaster DINNER AND SUPPER The Ladies Sewing Circle of St Edwards Hospital in New Albany have arranged for a Thanksgiving dinner and supper at St Joseph Hall on East Eighth street There will be a euchre af the same placer C RfiNK FEHR BREWING 6Q1 Brewers and Bottlers 1 LOUXSVXLLE H- IDRINK 1i Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN sc ACKERMAN E1 TwINGr CO1MPANYXNOORPORArED TELEPHONE 482 LOUr VrLLE ICY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until proprely aged rELEPHONE It3dO Louisville jtsrancn fourteenth and jeiierson Sis Cumb Phone Slain Home Phone 1913 1913rI3 WIEDEMANNBREWING v If Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE K I ASK FOR IFIFINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN B PRANK 4WALTf Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE KY THOMAS KEENAN 1 Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 Alt to day or night Carriagesfurnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST HENRY HUNOLD DEALRI- NStaple and Fancy Groceries- A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Od Whiskies a Specialty Home Phnae mo 540 W WALNUT WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 442 V GREEN wuT during the afternoon ami night Time proceeds are for the purchase of ma terial for the bazar to be held soon for the benefit of the hospital a Q 1ATIEAGESSIITIIIndependent LADY EMBALMER I children to order at reasonable prices All calls answered promptly day or night Homeiphone 1677 Office 2405 Payne St i Give your boys an education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by theXaverian Brothers Classical Sdentllic and Duslnus Courses Preparatory De qulppedGymnalfum MANHATTAN RESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 Jefferson StreetOTTO E VENT Proprietor HERRMANN BRC5 e I1I1ORTHRS FINB WINES AND LIQU tDistillers and Wholesale Deal N en in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN B0ND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLIIEGRA8Sl EXCHANGEf LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET u n ryj i rTi7r IRISH AJ1ERIOAN r High Grade Winter Suits FOR MENe i Handsome garments in fine all wool velour Cassinieres qualityY11 IIOn sale ending one next week FridayFlo III IIVATCII THE WINDOWS III r ITHE BIG STORE I MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO I THE WH5T OF ITIn all piano the pneumatics are the vital part of the entire mechanism pInall piano players EXCEPT THE CECILIAN these pneu matlc are made of wood anel leather and thats where the trouble comes ta Ever IJet your shoes wet and have them dry hard anc stiff Leather 1willdo that in damp weather for it absorbs the moisture Ever had a door or window stick In your bouse Its because the wood swells during the damp weather Thats the trouble with the wood and leather pneumatics are affected by the constant changes in the weather and cant do the work properl In the Cccilian Piano Player mechanism the pneumatics and the wind chest are made of metAlbrass steel and phosphor bronze weather doesnt affect them in any way They dont swell neither do they shrink and thats why they are always in perfect working or- derMONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO OS3SGJ3O PfITI2TI AVENUE JEWELRYWe are now showing the finest assortment ever seen in this city Diamonds Gold Vatches Rings and Necklaces at most reasonable prices Call and see our display of SILVERWARESuit- able for Wedding and Holiday Presents Select Your Holiday Presents Now and We Will Reserve Them For You EYES TESTED FREE BRUNN Jeweler530 West Market Street Slfme M fl Rogers BOOK 60 1 PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES +ff- TO SUIT EVERY TASTE Give us a cal and inspect our line of goods They are the Jz finest of their kind in the city 91 BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES IOF EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 v Jeffoirson S1ree1JSAC a + + 0f si1lI P H+H+ +I 1 1 I I 1 1 I H 1 1 I I 1 I 1 1 1 H 1 COFFEE GOES UP But the Price and Quality of Mulloys Hlgh Grade Goods Remain the Same l Santos 7 IIbs for 100 Special 6 Ibs for 1100 New Blend 5 Ibs for 100 Honduras 4 Ibs for 100 Mocha and Java 3lbslor 100 If you dont know Mnlloya Coffee its time you should Phone a trial order MTJIDLOY waslllMarkel IROASTIRII Sa1sI T MAI2XI31 t91I2IrEI11+ s1no I I 1 r+1+1111 1 1 I 1 11IH H 1 I 1 1 IIHHHHMIHK1 1 I 1 1 I 1 1 I I 1 11 1 1 lIt 1 1 I 1 N NORTON CURD COFFEE GOt i IMPORTERS BLENDERS AND ROASTERS OF HIGH GRADE COFFEES i IMPORTERS OF FINE TEAS Office Warerooms and Mills 347 W Main iH I H+l1111111 HN i 11111 HHHHH 111111 I t 111010 ++ff +H++f+ OUR SPECIALTY j 8Year Olil Oleobrook Whiskey Bottled in Bond 1 a Quart t iiWINES WMWHISKIES ANDBORGMANNII r t t It I + t t t t t I t I I I t I I I I I t t t BANNON President i M J BANNON VlcePres tit Gen Mgr P BANNON IR- Treasurer Iii Kentucky Vitrified D Brick g01IN- CORPoRAT lanufEtotrxrora ofG- I VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK IFORST tRTS AND ROADWAYS Ollkee 50151 W lsitarslr St Wtrkks Mapeh Ate Iff 9th ui IOtk TELEPHONE 673 TELEPHONE 1252 c r- li J h fY VVKV eeSVeVe6Y OOeeVVeeVVVV 115 COAT SUITS 101 iThelong continued warm weather this fall has made the suit manufacturers anxious to rid themselves of an overproduction I ISOISuits of latest style of semifitted Coat Norfolk and Prince Chap 0 I models The materials are cheviots in all colors and fancymixed suitings in dark and medium grays All are splendidly tailored Misses sizes from 14 to 20 years and for Women from 34 to 44 bust measure i 898 For Misses 1250 Suits o 1000 For Misses 1500 Suits I WOMENS AND MISSES COATS IoI50inch collarless style fancy braid trimmed 0 900 Misses Tourist Coats 698ii 1100 Womens Long Coats rsxABUSHEO MARKETS BETTHIRDAMDFOURTH I0000 D mtt7sLYtmoeorita Y Ot+ Yoo O HIBERNIANS I What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Wilmington Dcl has now two companies of Hibernian Knights Reports read at the county con vention held at Butte show the or ganization now numbers 2000 in Henncpln county New Hampshire members will have a grand State parade and fieli day at Manchester on March 17 next with a banquet in the evening Dan Sully in the Match Maker will appear in the Rutland Operr House on Monday XOcr If under the auspices of Division 1 of that city There is great activity among the divisions of Boston and vicinity am when they are not initiating mem bers an entertainment of some 1dm is being given Tke divisions of Hancock Midl and the adjoining towns decided nt their county convention to have a celcbrnItlonA new division has been organized at BInghamton X Y with nun than 100 charter members This IsI the third division there anti the members are enthusiastic over tit interest taken- Indianapolis Hibernians have passed resolutions advocating titteaching of Irish history in the pub lie and parochial schools of the city They have also decided to raise funds for a Hibernian hall and park Last Sunday afternoon a union meeting of the divisions ladies auxiliaries and military companies of Worcester Mass was held in Hibernian Hall in that city The speakers included National President Matthew Cummings State President John Rogers and a number of others Mrs J W Lnhiff of St Iaul was pleasantly surprised lnst week by the ladle of the auxiliary of which she is the presiding officer and presented with n handsome dinner set of Haviland china did a set of knives and forks as a token of es teem and appreciation for her un tiring efforts for the division Thanksgiving eve will find the bazar of Division 3 of Hartford Conn in full blast at the Audi torlum This year the division Lag special inducements The first award is a six weeks free trip to Ireland and 130 for expenses the second a free trip to Atlantic City and 35 for expenses There are eight other cash awards State Treasurer Wright has appointed a committee of fifteen to plan for an exposition in the near future to raise funds for a celebra tion at Burlington on St Patricks dayof all the Irish societies in Ver mont under the direction of time Hi bernians There will be a parade a banquet anti patriotic addresses besides other exercises One of the most elaborpte and sig nificant testimonials ever tendered an official of the order was the ban quet Wednesday night at the Hotel Lenox in Boston at which National President Matthew Cummings was the guest of honor Among the hun dreds who participated were a large dignitaries tariesThe Hibernians of Urbaim Ohio have been remodeling and renova ting their hall and within a few weeks expect to have one of the nicest and coziest meeting places in the State They are contemplating giving a grand opening to which the members and their frjends will ho invited It is the intention of the committee that has charge of the affair to have some celebrated nom her of the order give o lecture on the aims and purposes of Ithe A O H LEXINGTON Lexington Catholic circles were last into gloom last Sunday when The news went forth that Joseph QTeCarthyfliad died at the residence of his father Daniel McCarthy 01S West High street Deceased was well known and popular in social and business circles with pplendid pro sects for a tnlccessfut future The funeral took place Txiwloy morning from 8tA Pauls church with a high mUM of requiem and was the largest ii- a i- o SCWTYDIRECTORYDIVISION Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn M Mulloy Vice PresidentThomas D Clines Recording SecretaryThomas Kee nan Jr- Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerCharles J Finegan SergeantatArmsBdwnrd Craddick DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentWilliam T Meehan TreasurerOwen Keiran Recording SecretaryJoseph T Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monda evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice PresidentJohn Hennessy Recording SecretaryDennis J Cole manFinancial SecretaryJohn G Hession 1714 Baird Treasurer George J Butler SergeantatArmsThomas Noon SentinelMartin Sheehan- DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wedneo day Evenings of Each Month Precident John A Murphy Vice PresidentJoseph L Lenihan Recording Secretary Frank P Bnrke Financial SecretaryEmmet OSulll van 1520 Seventh street Treasurer William J Connelly SergeantatArmsRobert Mitchell Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEPFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfans Hall County PresidentMichael Kenney PresidentRobert Gleason VicePresident Michael Breen Treasurer Louis Constantine Recording SecretaryJ B Murphy Jr Financial Secretary John Kinne- ySergeantatarmsJobn E Murphy Doorkeeper Eugene Constantine Banner CarrierTimothy Kinney Marshal John A Kennedy Y L X MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Charles S Raidy First Vice PresidentLouis J Kieffer Second Vice resldentD Oliver Pat tonRecording SecretaryJohn L Boland Corresponding SecretaryFrank Lana han Financial Secretary Frank G Adams 2141 Rowan street TreasurerDaniel Weber Marshal Jaraes 1 Mullarkey Inside Sentinel Charles Oswald Outside SentinelLouis Kinsella een there for some time The pall errers were Messrs Robert Welsh iiike Doyle William Dodd J 1 Ual iln Louis Koontz Frank Minor lades Doyle and Patrick Mehlho- neAMUSEMENTS There will be two notable offer ligs at Mncnuleys next week First comes Clara Bloodgood in Clyde itchH most recent success entitled Time Truth Following this Otis Skinner comes In his play The Ducl which created a sensation vhen it was produced last season in Sev Vary City The Buckingham should score n big success next week with the Merry Maidens recognized as one of the strongest vaudeville compa ties now before the public This show is said to be just a little dlf ferent from the rest In that the mirth music und melody are of the latest with an olio that is entirely original JfcCnrts trained dogs and mono ceys will be the headliners on the raudeville bill next week at the Hopkins Theater Others on the bill ire Flske and McDonough Kelly and vent Jack Gardner the Zamora family and the Gurtelle brothers who will present new and original turns that have been received with high favor wherever those stars of he stage have appeared New novlngr pictures will complete a bill of unusual interest ruoc u IRELANDRe- cord of the Most Important ol the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The body of Patrick Ahcrn aged nixtvfive of Ball lIne was found floating in the Feale The Cullan Board of GnardlniiH have adopted a resolution favoring the connection of Gallon with a railway Following heavy rains in Corl portions of the city were flooded ton depth of several feet and property was considerably damaged The death of Daniel Clarke is deeply mourned in Bal1 gar where he was a prominent figure at nil gatherings and whose kindness to everybody won him a host of friends On opening the Boyle quarter ses sions County Judge 1Ynlcelycx pressed his pleasure at finding that division of Jloscoinmnn in such n peaceful condition He hind found the same state of affairs in the other divisions of Itoscoimnon Steps were taken at a meeting held in Mullingur to fittingly cele brate the golden jubilee of the ad vent of the Christian Brothers to St Marys College there The Bishop of Meath presided und delivered nn address on the work of the Brothers Impressive ceremonies were asso elated with the celebration of the jubilee of the foundation of Limer ick Cathedral The Most llev Dr I ODwyer Bishop of Limerick pre sided and a sermon was delivered by the Very Itev Canon Murphy of MacroomAt Derry City Revision Revis ing Barrister Lynch gave judgment in the case of the Christian Brothers residing at the Brow of the lull who had been objected to by Unionists He decided they were not entitled to the franchise which they had enjoyed for years The Department Committee sat recently nt Kilkenny and heard evidence from Kilkenny CnrIow and flings counties Canon Doyle gave interesting evidence in reference to time support of industries The majority of the witnesses advocated a reconstruction of the department Carrickntee is now in the midst of the potato raising and the crop is not half the average of last year The wet season together with the early appearance of the blight may account for this However a great ninny of the farmers in the district did not spray in the proper time An extraordinary step was taken nt Cork in the course of an inquiry as to the relatives of a wealthy Irish American who died intestate The grave was opened the coffin lid removed und photographs taken of the body as well as of the skulls and bones also found in the grave Time death of Dennis OConnor re moves one of the old tuck of Fur new men and a kind Christian soul He died at the patriarclnnl age of eightysix years at his nephews res idence at Greaghnnrogue The fun eral was extremely large and rep resentative of the town and neigh borhood A large meeting of the Gaelic League held in the Mansion House at Dublin was addressed by the Klght lIon the Lord Mayor Dr Douglas Hyde John McXell Stephen Gwynn Huh Law M P and other speakers Dr Douglas Hyde said the National Board had been tried and found wanting and they de manded popular control of their educational center The clerical changes in the Diocese of Meath cast a gloom over the par ishbhers of Kingscourt With sincere sorrow they learned that the Rev 2f Cooney was removed to Ha oath in which place he took up duties on Saturday Ife was a pious rid zealous priest who had the re igloos and temporal welfare of the parishoners at heart and worked jnceaslngly ito clear oft the debt that so long lay on the shoulders of the people of the parish Before lie left he told them he was happy to say nIl the debt lid been taken way and they might rest contented He was ever assisting the poor and they may indeed mourn his loss for in him they lost a friend Rev P OReilly of Kingscourt was ap pointed to take up duties in Oris town When you want tine Job Printing call and see our work Prices are fight x i Hi I It It t t t t It I t t tt tt tt tt JAMES GREENE426 427 429 EAST MARKET STREET Furniture Stoves II IIandTHE Ranges t PENINSULAR STOVES j RETORT PENINSULAR SMOKE CONSUtiiING HOT BLAST BURNER This beater Is unquestionably the greatest smoke consuming hotblast slack burner ever made made of polished steel with inner steel lining has 14inch double fire bowl nickel ash hearth foot rail top rail and re flector top Its mica illuminating door gives a cheertul glow to the room Nothing like it ever offered at 10 TUE PENINSULAR SMOKE CONSUMING DIRECT DRAFT HEATER Burns any kind of fuel Keeps fire nil winter Its one of 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