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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jILriVOLUME KENTUCKY IRISH d AMERICAN i JO 22 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY DECEMBER 1 1906 PRICE FIVE CENTS FAIRYLAND Such Is Bazar Being Held For Spars of the Good Shepherd Booths Show Groat Variety of Articles Donated For the Occasion Catholic Societies Will Attend in Largo Numbers Next Week CHICKEN POTPIE DINNER MONDAY The bazar for the benefit of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd now being held at Liederkranz Hall is progressing nicely and all Indications point to u grand success The work of the good Sisters In charge of the house on Eighth street speaks more eloquently than words the real bene factions which nil classes of the com munity have received at the hands of these devoted religious To them there is neither Jew or Gentile rich nor poor In their alleviation of human suffering All races and creeds have been the recipients of their charity and nil races and creeds are witnesses to their selfdisinterested ness and the purity of their motives and therefore they have just claim upon the people of this community to assist them In their work of saving the unfortunate Llederkranz Hall has been trans formed Into a veritable fairyland and the visitors are almost bewildered by the beauty and brilliancy of the scene From the candy booth the first to the left on entering around the room taking in the doll bOOU- 1the Sisters needlework stand the fish pond the linen booth the country store novelties refreshments etc a neverending source of pleasure is afforded For the ladies anti children especially delights by the score are in store Mrs George Hildeshelm Chairman of the candy booth committee is especially grate ful to Col John Whallen who has goldboxaddition is a silver spoon all of which will go to some lucky purchaser An array of caudles and other confections rivaling n firstclass store have been obtained for this booth which is certain to do n rushing business Time needlework of the display nil the work of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd Includes an imported Jap anese screen of rare beauty hand palntcd on one side and worked in satin on the other which is one of the rich prizes Also a lace handmade nib the work of the Sisters a handembroidered beklspread nnd hundreds of other articles of similar design are on display there Mrs F V Sims connected with the needlework booth has a handsome double case gold watch presented by Mr L E Nunan of St Mary Magdalene church which will be raffled off The fish pond is in charge of Mrs J II Fedler and is always an ob ject of interest The linen booth Mrs Marcus Doerhoefer Chairman looks as If it had been the recipient of a linen shower from generous hands The MontenegroRiehm Mu sic Company has donated a handsome piano to this booth The country store Mrs John McCann Chairman is unique nnd attractive while the novelties Mrs Henry Bosse Chair man includes almost everything one would want In the course of a day Mrs George Mayer is Chairman of the refreshment stand which was well patronized nil week Handsome rugs have been donated one by Mr Phil Hubbuch to the Sisters booth and one by Mr Joe Hubbuch to the novelty booth Ddlls of high and low degree nre displayed fully 400 of them having AItJ1lealconventional dress and attended by two dainty bridesmaids vie with a magnificent doll which has been named by Mrs J C W Beckham for first honors A close second is n young lady in evening attire which was dressed by Miss Mollie Collins Miss Kate Dalton prepared the bride and groom nnd bridesmaids for the hazer The doll named by Mrs Beckham is to be raffled off The name Is a secret folded in an en velope and the dolll goes to the per son drawing the envelope Mrs Eva Herrmann assisted by twentyfour handsome young women is doing the honors at this stand Mrs Julia Ball also dressed a Irrge pink doll which is one of time beauties The diningroom has been doing an excellent business ands the ladles in charge nre winning praises of all who enjoy the edibles being served An immense crowd is expected Monday and the ladies will serve an Heart and the ladles will serve nn oldfashioned Kentucky chicken din ner for twentyfive cents expectetltonext week as nlchts have been set apart for them They have nil been invited and those who Come will get a cordial reception TWO CARDINALS ILL From Rome comes news that ac cording to Information lust received at the Vatican two Jardlnals are almost at deaths door One is Cardinal Vaszary the Archbishop of GrauIn Hungary He is supposed t- ff be the richest prelafe of the church- ant1 has contributed HrinBlly Rsum amounting to nearly VM WO to the c- J U 0- e a support of the Vatican administra tion Ills death which is said to be expected will cause serious embar rassment in the finances of time Holy See at least until his successor is appointedThe Cardinal Is the Archbishop of Parlsiv Cardinal Richard who because of his hll health recently asked the Pope to be allowed to re sign a request which was not grant ed Cardinal Richard is the most precious member of the French hierarchy just now ns far as the Vatican is concerned ns he is well known in Government circles and has proved himself very capable in ar ranging matters in dispute between the French officials and the Holy See ALL YOUNG MEN Nominations Made by Division 1 A OH Tuesday Night Division 1 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians had an enthusiastic meet ing Tuesday night The fact that officers were to be nominated for the coming year brought out a splen did attendance and the proceedings were imbued with n spirit that was highly gratifying to the younger men of the division During the meeting the lmembers were addressed by Messrs Peter M OReilly Martin Cusick Thomas Tarpey James Barry Thomas Dolan David OConnell Thomas Wajsh nnd others who urged that the affairs of the divis ion be placed in the hands of the young men who were worthy of the highest recognition Their utter ances were unanimously approved nnd the following splendid ticket was named to be voted for at the next meeting which will be held Decem ber 11 President Thomas D Clines VicePresident James J Kllkclly Recording Secretary Thomas Kee nan Jr- Financial Secretary Peter J Cu slckTreasurer FinnegnnSergeantatArms Standing Committee James Barry Martin Cusick Thomas Walsh William M Higgins Thomas Dolan David OConnell The Entertainment Committee was instructed to arrange for a lecture to be delivered by P J Haltigan the able editor of time National Hibernian JanuarySeveral were read and reports were received from time County Board saying progress was being made In arranging for the St Patricks day celebration FREEOF DEBT 0 Gratifying Report Made to Trustees of the Catholic University Trustees of the Catholic University of America met in semiannual session at MacMahon naIl at the university in Washington on Tuesday Treasurer Michael Jenkins of Bal timore reported that the university is entirely free from debtt despite the fact that the endowment amounts to only 400000 and that its only other source of revenue is from collections taken in the various Catholic churches throughout the country for this special purpose The faculty of the university which was entirely reorganized last spring is proving eminently satisfactory according to the report of Cardinal Gibbons lres ident of the Board of Trustees The Trustees met again Wednesday morning and remained in session un accompanleilArchbishop delegate to Richmond where the new Cathedral of the Sacred Heart was to be consecrated on Thanks ntIpresidedUclmel more Charles J Bonaparte Secretary of the Nay and Bishop Maes of Covington CONDITIONS IN IREIAND This has been oqei of the finest seasons writes a Dublin corres pondent that ever came to the east ern parts of Ireland There has not been an entirely wet day since the early part of June but now and again showers that kept everything green The weather was so dry about Dublin during June and July last year that there was hardly n blade of green grass to be seen until rain came in the later part of August and gooddenlthat hind not been stacked or otherwise secured Fine as time weather has been in the eastern party of Ire land this year it leas been very wet in time South and West and con byitthe weather is always more favorable In the east than In the west of Ire land for in 1903 we were drowned i the east of Ireland lVy ns heavy rain as nny one ever saw while in the west they were basking jn sunshine during most of the summer Itis the prevailing winds that generally regu late the weather in Ireland This year the wind has been mostly from the southwest hence it has been so much drier in the east than in Mun ntcr amid Connacht As to the potatot crop there is no doubt that it ha I been greatly damaged in the sout l timid west of the island but I are as good and as cheap In Dubhi as I ever knew them to be From re countryport noogrowthIIthat has affected the potatoes this exception every kind of crop i I Ireland Jsl unusually good thin yeare 0- U u I DELIGHTFUL Was the Banquet at Blackln Council Club House Mon day Night Burning of Mortgage Greeted With Cheers From Assembled Guests Happy Climax to the Fall Fes tival Year Marked by Success MENU TOASTS AND MUSIC ENJOYED Monday night was indeed a happy one for Mackin Council when at the banquet held at the club house the 0000 mortgage was consigned to the flames in the presence of about 150 guests leaving now an indebtedness of but 3000 on the magnificent home and property on Twentysixth street The tables were set in time large hall decorated in white nnd green where an elaborate banquet was served by Caterer Key For an hour an informal reception was held in the ladles parlor on the first floor and at 845 the line was formed and the guests proceeded to the ban quet hall which presented a beautiful and animated scene President Charles Raidy presided and at his right set Rev Francis Brady who invoked the divine blessing Seated with them at the mead of the table were time lady contestants members of the fall festival committee and other invited guests whose efforts have contributed largely to Macklna phenomenal success- Toastmaster Raidy was greeted with hearty applause when he arose to welcome the guests and introduce the speakers After expressing ap preciation of the recognition accorded him they were assembled he said to celebrate the most successful af fair In the history of Mackin Council The work of the year which hind so advanced the membership and standing of the council was then reviewed Then holding aloft the 0000 mortgage not due till 1009 but kindly waived by Mrs Margaret Iatterson- it was consigned to the flames amid great applause and cheers Dwelling upon the Y M T Chairman Raidy told of the strides being made and what It was doing for the Catholic young men nnd In conclusion read n congratulatory telegram from Will J Daly now in faroff Oklahoma Hon A J Bizot responded to the toast Once Upon a Time and it seemed he had something on almost everyone present His address was keptlaughinguponthoseCouncil Becoming serious the speaker declared he had always been proud and happy over Ills member ship in the society The united effort and earnestness that characterized time members were omens of future prosperity which continued would bring down blessings upon time coun cil for all time to come Mr Blzot concluded his splendid address with an original and timely toast to Mrs Patterson and all concerned In burn inmortgageBen for Ills topic The scopeforliberality of Mackin Council In no uncertain terms he dwelt upon the future of the young man of today and the lesson that was being taught so forcibly by this council love of God and country love of home and- religionthnt assures both success nnd happiness and make for time beet citizenship The consideration given social and everyday life was pointed out and in an eloquent peroration he told his hearers of the comforts and benefits bestowed upon the Catholic i young men by membership In any of the councils Louis Jleffer in a masterly anti im pressive manner related a wonderful dream in which it turned out that Andy Knst was the centralI figure The dreamer was happy inl the thoight that he had been sum moned to heaven but upon rcaeWng the pearly gates his further progress was barred and he was ntJeTy awakened hy Knst who would not move until St Peter hod bought a1 bookof tickets for the fall festival Thomas D Clines was down for Asj lie Sees Timings but in an able and timingshieb he was appreciative of the honor be stowed upon him but hoped his hearers felt more comfortable Ulan did1 he He missed many from the feast but especially Misses Hennessy and happybridestrips As he sees things there will1 be a passing away of those who made Mackin Council what it is the great est council of the order in America prona splendid place for lIe young men of Louisville where neglectthelrwere always identified and foremost tlllae01tntryIproof names of many were mentioned arilong them Charles Carroll signer of the Declaration Independence Gen Phil Sheridan Get Jlosecrans Youhtig a nnrnd 11 all hind found a safe harborId antwas g lone lie realized that tliey Ave time gaveniUfMJRTt vardthemdid theme umbers tP- n of Mackin Council Its phenomena- success was largely due to their ef forts und they felt almost as muc indebted to the ladtfs for the clu house as to the members and with their continued approval there need bo no fears fob time future Ho likened the council to ship return- Ing amid a halo of olden sunshine ladyfriendsful support for the officers next yeaV he expressed the hope that the mightbecrij1l1cHChairman uponMessr8VIllllULI Robert JJUUUUI1 William 31 Higgins and Wllllanu Kerberg who mimetic short response Miss Hattie Hoffmans little verse tIleleastprolongedn enjovable tit RECENT DEATHS By the depth of Mr Nancy Tim mons which occurred Tuesday at her home 2200 West Chestnut street time Church of St Charles Borromeo loses peacefully children Mrs Lizzie k Westfall and George William and Frank Timmons who resided with pert The funeral took place Thursday morning Rev Father Raffo officiating at the sol emn obsequies fj After a brave fight P f two years Robert G Leezer twentyeight years old died Sunday aftejfhoon of tu berculois at the residence of his father Dr J R Leezer 1927 Baxter avenue He is survlvedby his widow who was formerly Miss Alice Cun ningham Mr Leezer was n printer on time Evening Times arid was a favorite with his feIlowworl men who deeply mourn his untimely death Ills funeral took place Tuesday morning from St Bridglds church The many friends in1 this city of Thomas J Cady who wits the lending plumbing contractur it Columbus Miss will be deeply grieved to learn of his sudden death H i was time first Exalted Ruler of the Elks and a prominent Knight of Columbus in that city Mr Cady wn instrumental ill securing for Louisville next years convention of the National Plumbers Association and his friends here were looking forward to his visit at that time lIe was a cousin of Miss Nellie Delaney 1709 High avenue The many friends and relatives of Mrs Mary Smith beloved wife of Nicholas Smith of 1524 Prentice street were deeply 8hockd when they Icor leILof her alnvost fcuddeli I dnymorningand was a loving wife and devoted mother nnd for the bereaved lius band and four children there Is widespread sympathy She was a daugh ter of Capt John McAulIffe formerly on the police force and was a graduate of St Catherines Academy at Springfield The funeral took place Thursday morning from St Louis Bertrands church where many assembled to pay tribute to her memory Philip Hess lor half a centurya resident of Louisville and for ninny years a prominent and successful dry goods merchant passed to his eternal reward Saturday morning at the residence of his daughter Mrs Rosa loose 1003 West Chestnut staeet Three years ago Mr Hess was stricken with paralysis and since that time he had borne his suffering with Christian courage nnd fortitude He was born in Germany seventyfive years ago but came to this country when a young man Surviving him are two daughters Mrs S jr Raffo and Mrs Rosa noose of this city and two sons Philip and William Hess of Crystal City Mo both of whom came to the funeral which took place Monday morning from St Charles church No death has ever caused more pro found sorrow in St Charles parish than that of Mrs Marcella Bright the enerable mother of Lieut Ed ward Bright which occurred Saturday morning at her home S102 West Walnut street Her demise was due to a cold contracted about ten days before which her constitution en enfeebled by age was unable to withstand She retained her unusually bright mental faculties to the mo ment of her death and throughout a long and useful life was a kind and devoted mother to her boys and girls and a cheery amid staunch friend to the many Who were proud to claim her acquaintance Mrs Bright was the daughter of John and Mary Ho ran and was born in Ireland coming to LoulsVllle with her parents when she was but six years old Mrs Bright is survived by her son Lieut Bright and three daughters Mrs H P Arlington Mrs Agnes Vetter and Mrs Andrew Stickler and by nineteen grandchildren and twenty great grandchildren Time funeral took place from St Charles church Rev Father Raffo preaching the sermon and paying high tribute to the life of Mrs Bright RAPID STRIDES MADE Rapid strides are being made by Division 2 of time Hibernian Ladies Auxiliary and at a big meeting last Friday night sixteen new names were added to the roster State President George J Butler Joseph Lenihan and John Hennessy were present and gave advice and encouragement to the ladies In their new venturef Plans were discussed matters gottep lnto shape and from time ontlook the new division will hen thriving and successful one It was announced that on Friday night December 7 a rousing electing wciuld b6 hold and from predictions maftd a crowd thati I mffilnghallI ry t SPLENDIDb Ceremonies Attended Consecra tion of Richmonds Sacred Heart Cathedral Most Illustrious Dignitaries of Catholic Church in America Officiated History of the Flnct Church Edifice In the Entire South THE GIFT OF THOMAS F RYAN With the most Illustrious prelates of the Catholic church in America participating the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart at Richmond Va the gift of Thomas F Ryan was consecrated here on Thanksgiving day The consecration was attended by scenes of magnificent churchly pomp and ceremony It took place at 0 oclock on Thanksgiving morning fol lowed by pontlflclnl high mass at 11 Oclock Among the illustrious digni taries who were present were Car dinal Gibbons the Most Rev Arch bishop Kjane of Baltimore Mgr Falconio Apostolic Delegate the 2 Most Rev Archbishop Ireland of St Paul Mgr OConuell of Washing iton Mgr Northrop Bishop of Charleston Mgr Hall Bishop of North Carolina Mgr Donahue 1 Bishop of Wheeling Mgr Kelly 1ohaghanllishop1 Kenny Bishop of Florida There were also hundreds of priests from all sec countryThis Cathedral will take its place as one of the four J countryTimeVyver Bishop of Richmond is a per sonal friend of Thomas F Ryan and Interested the New York financier In the project of rearing a Cathedral which will stand as a monument of the Catholic Church jn the South Mr Ryan is a native of Baltimore and hums been decorated by the Pope with the cross of St Gregory a signal honor rarely conferred AJ Cnthedral such as Mr Ryan has made byifonlgngr188a whopxtr chased the eastern portion of time 1block on which the granite pile now stands The remainder of the block was purchased by Bishop Keane in 1880 Bishop Van De Vyver was en tabled through Mr Ryan to begin the1 building of the Cathedral five years ago The cornerstone was laid on Tune 4 1003 by the late Father Con- war of the Jesuit order nt that1 time stationed nt St Ignatius church Eightyfourth street and1 CityThe a commandinglocation In time heart of the fashionable part Iof Richmond and facing upon Monroe Park with Its acres of grass and trees As one approaches the main entrance as far away as half a mile the great dome surmounted by a massive cross looms up nnd com mands attention and admiration leaving the avenues and entering the park through the trees the broad portico the twin towers and the cloisteringJ walkways are seen and the charming Italian Renaissance architecture appeals delightfully to the eye On entering the Cathedral the scene is no less pleasing for the vast nave flooded with soft light stretches away to join the transept and choir more than two hundred feet away bathed in the subdued glow from the stained glass windows above the altar On the walls of the north and south aisles appear tfie Stations of the Cross in beautiful bas relief while below lire placed the confessionals At the east end is built the organ loft In which one of the most magnificent organs in time country has been Installed the de sign being in perfect keening with buildingAt sur rounded with a great iron grille and containing the simple yet handsome altar with its great bronze crucifix and candlestands To the right of the altar facing time cast stands the Bishops throne and time stalls for the priests while opposite Is set tIle pnl pit with graceful sounding board and additional stalls Massive bronze gates separate the choir trams tha transept The Cathedral is lighted with hundreds of eleotris llglita set greatdomecenter antI side aisles great candelabra furnish light for the congregation Within the Cathedral am five altars fund two chapels all of which are beautiful anti costly The building vast and churchly breathes an atmosphere of dignity and peace appealing to the sense no less strongly than it does to the heart and mind Mr and Mrs Ryan with friends from New York witnessed time cere VirginiaHlc ficials were consigned to reserved seats in the Cathedral Admission to time services were strictly by lnvitnr tlon mishap Van De Vyrer line labored for thirty years as priest anti pre madel3islmoning Bishop TCeane who had been appointed rector of the Catholic tint versify HURTS PROVE FATAL Mary Afrnea Whitman th thirteen U r yearold daughter of Fred Whitman 420 Thirteenth street who was run over on Thursday morning of last week died Saturday morning nnd was buried from St Patricks church Monday The child troy crossing Market street nt Twelfth when sIlOI stumbled nnd fell upon the track and before anyone could realize what had happened or the motonnau apply the air iurnkes the unfortunate girl was caught under the fender and released found to have sustained fractures and internril injuries from which she bydeathCOVINGTON Hibernians Give Great Rcccp tton to State President and Others Last Wednesday was n gala day for the Hibernians of Covington and vicinity i The division of that city for prepnringforhonor of State President George SecretaryJames guestsJud4the arrangements which make it unnecessary to say that the affair was all that any one could hope for accompnnledbJrival they were met by a committee timehoarmeetingWmen officers entered the Hibernian hall they were re fell ll with hearty applause from the vast assemblage which included goodsized delegations from Newport and Cincinnati After the impressive initiation of n lame class oath noml nation of officers the meeting re AddressesbyJudgeAttorneyTracywere made by Messrs Butler Hunt Riley and others and then followed a carefully prepared musical and literary programme The Covington division was found to be in splendid condition well off cered and determined to become as strong and influential as any in the State It developed that they wanted the services of Editor Haltigau as do the Hibernians of Louisville and promlsell1I1sman to Kentucky nt an early date pndRileJwith what they had seen and heard timid with emir words of jiraise for tlir Cbvihgfon brethren HARRY At CROTTY Succumbs to Tuberculosis While Striving to Reach Home Not for a long time has the news of a lentil caused more profound or widespread regret than did that of harry A Crotty brother of John J Crotty which occurred In St Louis last Tuesday night Deceased was twentyeight years of age and was one of the best known and most exemplary young men in the city For years he held a responsible position with time Picktett Tobacco Warehouse on West Main street and was a gen eral favorite with his employers and associates Mr Crotty had for some time been a sufferer from tuberculosis and only last week left Louis ville for Texas accompanied by his brother in the hope that the climate there would prove beneticial and better his condition Before arrival there however the weather and sur roundings were found unsatisfactory and immediate start was trade upon preferrlimg and among his friends Upon reach ing St Louis his condition became such that lie could proceed no further and the end came peacefully before midnight John Crotty arrived Thurs day morning with the remains of his chargebytook place yesterday morning from St Louis Bertrands church of which the dead man had always been a devout and faithful member- DARRETTHOERTZ 1 The prettiestt and most brillian wedding of the week was that of Miss Josephine Ifoertz the charming and accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs Jacob Hoertz of 1310 Floyd and Thomas A Barrett which took place Thursday morning at St Mary Magdalens church with a musi cal nuptial mass Mrs Fred Hang presided at the organ and the choir of which the bride has long been a member was largely augmented and renderedji splendid programme The bridal party entered the church to the strains of a wedding march and proceeded to time altar where the marriage ceremony was performed by Rev William Gausepohl The attendants Were Miss Margaret Hoertz sister of the bride and Raymond Barrett brother of time groom and the ushers were Messrs Tony Dar rett Thomas Leahy Parnell Barrett and Robert Pllsou Following the church ceremony there was a wedding breakfast and reception at the home of the brides parents where the happy couple received the con gratulations of hundreds of friends Sir and Mrs Barret are now on wedding trip amid on their ftunJ will beat home to their friends a 8 8 East MIn sretThe gvpom i the well know East End undertaker r ante a ion of the late Join J Barrett e l- Ps tP HAIL HOME RULE Chicago Irishmen Cheer the Envoys Who Seek Support For Cause IRichard Hnzlcto and ThomasI sKettle Greeted by Largo Crowd The Mossogcs They Will Cary Across the Sea From America REMEMBERED MANCHESTER MARTYRS When we return we shall carry two messages across the sea from America one to Ireland and one to England The one to Ireland will be Now as always the Irishmen In America arc heart and soul tllth jw in the cause for which Wo ore struggling and will continue to give us their support And the one to England will be Blood fs thicker than water The Irish blood lit America demands of England justice Englandthatj her debt to Ireland dr never need she look to this great republic for allNf ances for treaties or for haj T across the seat This concluding sentiment of an im passioned address bj Richard Hazel ton before an audience wliich filled all except the upper galleries of Or chestra Hall in Chicago last Sunday andtJirolongeds a celebration under the auspices of the United Irish Societies of t city of the Manchester martyr niversary and also a reception 1 1 RielHazelton1 sethis= secure financial aid in the approacl iing fight for a home rule xneasur ifor Ireland 1 titbriefU iors from Ireland fevercntly ex pressed a hope that home rule soon IntroducedThomasgreeteityltl1 MrJto time heroism mmOBriencommemoratedIn menbrngproudestbonst Englandorwhile we are here to honor the memory of our dead heroes we are also t116livingwent to the scaffold that black No vember morning for the same cause withelifferentwill be continued until the free flag of Ireland waves over a free Irish Ireland landThe speaker recounfed what twentyfive years of Parliamentary anddeclaredanyone desired to find a landlord in the island it would be necessary to- go to some zoological garden and look in a cage labeled Beast Of Prey Now Extinct As a result of agItation transformed in her entire economic thlImportant jernnmentintroducegovernmentland T- He tfI thought it would be nnnecei to remind Americans that in political campaigns finance was backbone and he urged the porters of time cause here to heir the war chest In order that if British Government seeks to br its promise time Irish party would be in position to grapple with it We ask you to take cognizance lie sold of whether Ireland shall be nn Irish nation or nn English annex We c place our alliance only on j strepgthof time Irish forces tti selves remembering the old Iris proverb to beware of the hoof 01 a horse the tooth of a wolf and the smile of the Englishmen We do not ask you to get behind any party but the cause of Ireland and we claim that we represent tlrtit cause In Irelands seven centuries of struggle against wrong and oppres onfactutably that the love of liberty Ir the heart of nn Irishman can not be extinguished And in this He said tlmnbasisthdenmocratic objletdifferences The subscriptions were numerous and will greatly augment the funs XrIslPCENTRAL COMMITTEE Time Central Committee of tx Catholic Knights of America will meet in regular monthly session Frig Ha1TmimMtt asalt the delegates lire urged t present a Tn t FNTUCKY IRISIJ AJ1LERICAN KENTUCKY IRISH RMERIGfIILIINIII- NIIINMIINN fifeTetol to the Mral a d Social Advaacosaeat 01 an Irlak Ataorlcar s I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc entered at the Louisville Postofflce sSecoBdCUss Hatter ANrterelt Co aaranlcatioaetothe KENTUCKY IRIShI AMERICAN32 Wed Orecn Sired TRADES COUNCIL k LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY DECEMBER i 1906 I I EXPLANATORY s In oilier that those connected with the T ntucky Irish American might t- sha in the enjoyment of Thnuls giving day It was necesary that ou columns be closed earlier than usual which will explain the omission of much news that reached the office after Wednesday night PRIEST FOUNDED CHICAGO News comes from what appears an authentibsource that it has been dis covered that Chicago is 134 years older than presentday histories now record The Chicago and Evanston historical Societies held a joint meet ing tutjsdny night for the purpose bi discussing ami celebrating the dis every that was made by Frank Tl Grover Vice President of the Evans on society Father Pierre Yrnncois met a French priest is credited vltli founding the city in 1009 134 rears before the supposed birth of the city in 1803 It will be most sur islng if effort is not made by nar ro minded persons to deprive the pkmeev priest of the credit that thisI discovery gives him There are few snots in this country that priests did not visit either before or at the time of their first settlement They cer tainly blazed the way for civilSza tfon HAVE WE SUCH 5ok at the condition of the church France today Her religious ore driven out the law of Sepa passed monasteries confiscat j anti sold Catholics everywhere rsecuted what remains Within fortnight in every probability the jty cljofcheh in which the faithful worship will be seized and closed by government how has all this come about asks the Catholic Sun A J3ril exchange comes to us with a pastoral by Charles lllshop of Ve- rpqaldUfi n reveals the unsuspected reason For years says the Bishop ii the daily press has been full of lies with Regard to things Catholic For years it has dared to assail the churchat first Insidiously then openly If the church placed on infidel of immoral book upon the Index nt once the dally press praised that bookand made it popular If tIle church condemned an opinion as dan gerous the press lauded that very opinion as the one which all men ought to hold The effect of this misedncatlon is now wofully appar ent says the Bishop Catholics read this press and gradually Imbibed its viewpoint Today bad books lire in thousands of Catholic homes bad journals are read and believed our young men are indifferent to the faith our young women have grown frivolous our workingmen revolu tionary and the voice of the church goes unheard Ts not the ease pe culiarly sad A Catholic press exists but naturally it is without influence The people were not urged to foster J4 years ago and now they do not arbf to do so In conclusion the tihop declares that the Catholic upports the evil press Is moth less than a traitor to the church ng words but who will deny f truth It remains to ask if we j any such indirect traitors here he United States IRISH INDUSTRIES Tnthe last Issue of the Dundalk gjemocrat there appears an article k 3 mist important subject Irish pastries in which many of our eadersi feel deep Interest nud for whom we extract the following por lions It Is pleasant to notice the cor dial union of all classes creeds and sections Of Irishmen in Dublin this week on the Irish Industrial revival platform Everyone In Ireland who has any capacity for thought or any interest in the welfare of the coun try has come to recognize by this iiine that If the rapid decay of the nation Is to be averted we must re rive our ofd Industries and create new ones The only Industry that can be said to have flourished In Ireland for at least a century past Is thginddstry of the emigration agent ivlio annually deported the materials nn which Irish Industries ought to have been built and sustained Jlr T P GUI told us the other day that while Ireland Imported 17000000 worth annualTy of manufactured grfoos she exports only pn half that iusi tH1anliiItat whfte she ex ort ip0p0ob worth of food taiffsf she iiiijWrteA no 1 ese than 060060 worttv Thf lis altogether t serious a mustier for Irishmen in t iosttfonin to counlryio pane We are all e ualljAlnteri ested in the prosperity of our coun try Catholic and Protestant and Presbyterian Nationalist and Union 1st Fenian and Orangeman landlord and tenant capitalist and worker gorto the dogs at the rate that It has been going for a considerable time we will all go to the dogs with it Fortunately as we have said nil classes appear to have begun to rec ognise this- Pointing out to the people their duty the article continues Let our people rich and poor of all classes and sects commence earnestly to support those few Irish industries we have Let the conduct ors of those industries meet the peo ple half way and adopt modern bus mess methods in the manufacture fund marketing of their goods Let us show that in this matter of Irish manufacture we make no distinctions of political or religious creed and that an alien capitalist who will put his money into the development of Irish industry will receive Irish sup port in proportion as lie employs Irish labor The Irish industrial con ference will doubtless do a great deal of good It will stimulate our manufacturers to renewed exertions more Important still it will awaken every thoughtful man and woman iin this country to the vital necessity for doing his or her part be it great or smallto keep the bone and sin ew of the country at home instead of having it steadily passing away from our shores to enrich other coun tries Tolui T Marry editor of the Xew Haven Echo Is being urged to be come a candidate for the Senatorship in the district composed of Nelson Spencer and Shelby counties made vacant by the resignation of lion Ben Johnson elected to Congress Our friend Barry may not be much of it politician but everybody recog nizes hint as a man of principle and Round sense and the people could nuke no better selection He knows the needs of city and country and would strive earnestly for the best interest of his constituents Riding horseback astride has become fashionable among English so defy women Lady Castlereagh and the Duchess of Manchester set the example and it is a common sight in Rotten now to see London girls and matrons riding in the same stylo as their men folk Women who would ride astride until this period were looked upon as a high class of freak The last issue of the Frankfort Cull made Its appearance Tuesday that paper having been merged with the State Journal which will con tinue under the manngCment of Editor Walton one of the best known and most energetic newspaper men in the State The retirement of the Call leaves the State Journal a wider and much better field They Dr E L Powell continues in the limelight of politics and has sue ceeded in making himself persona non grata with Gov Bcckham This is U season of the year when the minister should by looking after the spiritual not political welfare of his people The wIse preacher will not drag politics into hts pulpit President Roosevelt and party returned Monday from their long trip much Impressed with Panama and Porto Rico the journey being greatly enjoyed The President would say nothing about the Panama canal but will deal with that subject in a special message to Congress Monsignor John Vaughan the die tinguished prelate now touring this country while pleased and aston ished with what he has seen heard and read expressed himself most impressed With the thought of the wonderful future in store for the United States GEORGIA SPLIT BISCUIT Pare and bollthree potatoes until perfectly lone While still hot mash them fine add a cupful of blended lard and butter two eggs beaten separately anti a yeast cake dissolved In a pint of warm milk then flour enough to make a stiff sponge When this is light add a heaping table spoonful each of salt and sugar then work in flour to make a smooth satiny dough Let this rise again roll to half an Inch in thickness cut In biscuit butter each one on topand place on It another biscuit Crowd thtS slightly In the pan to prevent sprffKJNir and brush the tops with a bit onunelte4 butter They will rise very Viickly the last time and should be Vkke any other roll dr POET AND THE POPE I saw ids face today he looks n chief Who fears not human rage nor human guile Upon his cheeks the twilight of a grief But In that grief the starlight of a smile Deep gentle eyes with drooping lids that tell Theynre the homes where tears of sorrow dwell A low voice strangely sweetwhose I tonetTell how these lips speak oft wit God alone I kissed his hand I fain would kissI his feet No no he said and then in ac cents sweet Ills blessing fell upon my bendel1I head lIe bade me risea few more wordsI ho said Then took me by the hand the whit lie smiled And going whispered Pray fo me my child rather Ryan i SOGIETV I Charles Hiiies and wife spent Thanksgiving with friends in Cin cinnati Miss Edith Newman left Wednes day to spend the Thanksgiving Lodi days with relatives In Bardstown Mrs Thomas P Rogers arrivedI Tuesday from Frankfort to spendI two weeks with relatives In this city Miss Rose Kavunaugh spent Thanksgiving with her sister Mrs B P Mhtlloyon the Paoll Pike neat New Albany Mrs William Murphy of Stanford was here to spend Thanksgiving with Mrs Alexander Dudderar 411 Twentysixth street Misses Mamie and Jennie MeElroy who were here to spend Thanksgiving week with relatives have returnedII to their home at Lebanon James J Shelley arrived the first of the week from Purdue University to spend Thanksgiving with his mother Mrs Blanche Shelley Miss Norah Sliaughnessy enter tamed a number of friends Thursday evening with a flinch party at her home on Twentyeighth street Meta and Frank McCann childrent of Mrand Mrs J McCann who Have suffered a severe illness at their home in Portland are now convales cent Patrolman John McCue one of the police10reetion and having a good time among his friends Michael Moran who was called to New Albany by the illness and death of his mother has returned to Bessemer Ala where he holds a fine position with a railroad company Mrs E J Hackett who a successful operation nt St Ed wards Hospital in New Albany hasI been removed to her home 702 East progressinfavorably gatheringfricntla of e of Martin Joyce on Oldham street congratulationtoI l of a handsome little daughter Mrs John Burke of Lexington ar rived the first of the week to attend her mothers birthday anniversary and also to be present at the celebra tion of the fifteenth anniversary of the marriage of Mr and Mrs 0 Earl St Louis Bertrandfl church wasI the scene of a swell wedding Wednesday when Miss Katie Tierney became i the wife of Timothy Downey The contracting parties are well known and popular and have the best wishes of a large coterie of friends Joe Bauer for the past seven years a deputy under Jailer Pfianz and one of the most popular men about the county jail Is dangerously ill of ty 1IIkeRPoInt+ and at last reports much apprehen pIIclnns The marriage of Miss Mary haulsinger and Edward Montgomery was solemnized Thanksgiving afternoon at St Louis Bertrands church a large number of friends and well wishers witnessing the ceremony and bestowing congratulations Both are well known and popular the groom being connected with the Com monwealth Insurance Company On Thanksgiving day Miss Etfa weremarriedchurch The bride is one of Limericks most charming girls and Mr Dugan is a rising young business man and a member of the Hiber nians The many friends assembled at the church to witness the cere monies Is evidence of the popularity of the happy young couple The marriage of Miss Anna Klos terman and Louis Glicssner was sol emnized Thursday morning with a nuptial nines at St Anthonys church attended by a large number of friends and relatives The bride is one of the loveliest yoUng women in the West End and a great favorite and the lucky groom Is a popular em ploye of Hubbuch Bros The best wishes of many will follow them into their new life One of the Interesting weddings of the week was that of the Webber Mathison nuptials at St Cecilias church Thanksgiving afternoon The bride was Miss Francis Webber charming and accomplished young woman and the bridegroom was Thomas Mathiscn a well known and popular resident of the West End The Hev J Fr Brady performed the marriage ceremony which was wit nessed by a large number of friend of the contracting parties who attended the reception that followed at the home of the bride lw of int reHn WfltfeEnfl circles took place t the Church of c t1 Our Lady Thirtyfifth street and Iludd avenue vednesday night when NathalhMorganMiss Laura Lockhart was bridesmaid anti Joseph Schaefer was best man Miss Mansfield is the popular daugh ter of John Mansfield a pioneer Hi groomIsreception was held at the home of the brides father and the newly married couple went to housekeeping at once urnhy tendered Mr and Mrs Phil Acker man Jr nt their residence 2321 West Walnut street In celebration of the anniversary their fifth of married bliss The evening wa Indeed n happy one for the guests and Was crowned with a most boun teous supper at midnight Thos- present were Misses Llllle Hcrbold Hubbu6lei and Will Ulmer Messrs and Mes Br1 Itatterman John Duttllnger Will Illllerlch Thomas J Cody and Fra tic Itatternian All joined in wishing the worthy couple many happy raturnu oi the anniversary The marriage of Miss Winnie lion nessy and John J Barry was quietly solemnized at St Johns church at 0 oclock Tuesday morning Miss Abble Hennessy the brides sister and Dr J T Chawk were the only attendants Immediately after tIle ceremony the happy couple left for a ten days trip to Xey York The bride is a daughter of Winnie and the late John Hennessy and Is one of Louisvilles prettiest and most pope lar girls Mr Barry is connected with the management of thin paper anti is n prominent member of the 1C C mid Hibernians Botli Mr and Mrs Barry have n host of friends who wish them unalloyed bliss o their journey through life Miss Catherine Lancaster entertained a number of friends with euchre Thanksgiving eve at her home on Sixth street After the award of favors to Misses Ella May Pitt Marie Maloney and Florence Harrett stud Messrs Richard Herr mann and Edwin OBryaii the guests were treated to refreshments The rest of the evening was devoted t vocal and Instrumental selections and dancing Those present were Missess Mary Maloney Louise Lacher ShanleyMarieSue Finn Marie Rellly Marie Baker Frances Dowling Ella May Pitt Messrs Richard Herrmann Phili OBrynn Al OConnor Leo Schnlten Lawrence Kern Joe Ryan Edwin ORrynn August Schwcirs Walter Higgins OUSTED The Supreme Court Against the Agllpayano Sect An important decision rendered IInst Saturday by the Supreme Court of the Philippine Islands ousts the Agllpayauos and the muncipality of lagoiicy from possession of the par thetCatholic The decision es tablishes a ihost important prece dent as it affects suits now for possession of about fifty churches seized by the Agllpayanos Lugony is a town of 8500 inhabi rants In the province of Camarinns Luzon where the Aglipayanos sect was founded by Aglipy a Spanish friar who had for some time quit a following there and wielded considerable power MACKIN COUNCIL The most important business at th meeting of Mackln Council Tuesday night bas the nomination of officers Next Tuesday night the annual eke c tion will take place when len will be the unanimous choice to sue ceed Charles UaMI1S President This year there are no contests und there fore the election will be a quiet one After much persuasion Secretaries Frank Adams and Frank Lanaban consented to accept the offices now held by them for another year but the other officers felt they were en titled to a rest and should give way to others anti therefore world not stand for nomination I BRING SAD NEWS Letters just received In this city bring the sod news of the death of John OLeury aged eightyfive at Kanturk County Cork Ireland He was n staunch Nationalist and was prominent In Irish affairs during the Land League agitation years ago The deceased leaves three daughters who live In this city They are Mrs Kate Baldwin 709 Twenty fourth street Mrs Thomas Hines 1023 Twenty third street und Mrs Thomas Glenn Eighteenth and Bank There also survive him here thirteen grandchildren and one greatgrahdi child Mary Katherine McQuiese SUFFERS RELAPSE Chief of Detectives Thomas Matter who left St Anthonys Hospital some weeks ago to take charge of the Etley murder case lies suffered a relapse duo tb overwork and anxiety and was compelled to return tcj the hospital Tuesday For some time past Copt Manors health has not been the best and iris friends will now Insist that he rest until he is pnrtlyduetroubles which will give way If lie only remains for proper treatment I WEATHER AND WASHING A handful of salt In the last rins ing water greatly simplifies the hanging put of clothes In freezing weather As salt prevents water from freezing at the usual temperature clothes thus treated can not only be hung on the line before they freeze but If the sun Is shining on them they will partially dry before doing so a cireumfttanee which prevents ouch Wear aud tear The lauhflreqa o htto War white wool v- 4tw11enhout clothes la winter tnt oiUD f1nr FRANKFORT Thanksftlvlng Week Happen ings In Church and Social Circles The religious event of the week In Frankfort Catholic circles was the Forty Hours devotions that began at the high mast Tuesday and con tinued until Thanksgiving morning Father Thomas Major conducted the services and was assisted by several vIsiting priests YoungsCouncil entertained the ladles who so admirably assisted the members GrandeCouncil of the Young Mens Institute that met in the Capital City last August Cards were played from 8 to 10 oclock when all were Invited to partake of a bounteous supper utter which there was dancing until 130 The full Frahkfort orchestra furnished the music tSister Mary Conrad left last week for Louisville to spend a month rev cuperating from her hard and ex haustive labors in the Good Shepherd parochial school MOURN HIS DEATH Patrick Beatty aged sixty years died Wednesday morning at his home on East College street after n short illness of kidney trouble Though in delicate health for some time he was aide to be about and it was not until two weeks ago that he was con fined to his bed The deceased was a native of Ireland but most of his Louisvillenwhere he enjoyed a wide acquaint aired and was highly respected Be sides his wife he leaves three sons William John and Martin Beatty and four daughters Musses Kate Agnes and Julia Beatty and Mrs 1E R Andler of Sednlla Mo Mr Beatty was a member of the Cath olic Knights of America and that order was largely represented at the funeral Friday morning at St Mary aolo emn mass of requiem was celebrated by Rev Father William Gniifiepohl NEWPORT Lafayette Council Y M T of anpniversary on Thursday with a banquet nt the Altamont Hotel in the Fort Thomas Highlands A large proportion of the members attendee and the affair was voted a pleasing success The council was honored by the presence of the Right Rev C P Macs Bishop of Coy toastsThe Church and Men Judge John B Reed was toastmaster and re sponses were mode by Thomas Healy Dr Joseph A Reardon Judge Albert Burkamplion nolly and Arthur Carlus GETTING WELL Councilman Michael J Reichcrt who was hurt in an elevator occident last week at the plant of the slowlygthought will be able to be out by tomorrow Col ReichertT was riding on the elevator and in some manner was thrown off sustaining cuts and bruises on both legs He has many willebe glad to hear that his Injuries ore not of a serious nature CHICKEN POTPIE DINNER SacredeHeart parish will have charge of tire dining room at Liedcrkranz Hall next Monday and assisted by ladles from all the congregations will serve 1an oldfashioned Ientucky chicken dinner for the patrons of the Sisters bazar The ladles expect to make this the record day of the bazar and in order to accommodate all the din her will he reedy at 11 oclock FORTY HOURS Tire forty hours adoration will begin at the Cathedral tomorrow morn ing at the high mass nnd continue until Tuesday This is one of the most beautiful and solemn ceremo nles of the church and when held at the Cathedral there is always an immenso congregation at all the services I WILL SAVE FOOT Thomas Carroll wire several weeks ago sustained serious injuries to his foot while working In tire L N shops this week submitted to xrny saythethought it will be several weeks rbe fire Mr Carroll can have its full use again CONVALESCING The five children of Mr and Mrs Thomas Dolan of 2127 Portland avenue who have been ill with scarlet fever are now convalescing at their home For several weeks their condition was precarious and fears were Theyhaveand parents and friends feel greatly relieved over the changed condition of the little sufferers FEDERATION The regular monthly meeting of the Louisville Federation of Catholic Societies will be held next Thursday night at the Catholic Womans Club on Walnut street All who can should attend as it will be necessary to take final action upon questions that have been pending for some timeT- BANKSUIVING Thanksgiving day was observed in a s lt manner by the Catholics of this city In all the churches there were masses of thanksgiving woe there was union In prayer beatodu THE LOUISVILLE Home Telephone Company OFFERS ONLY THE BEST SERVICE AND AT POPULAR RATESIT- S MERITS BEYOND QUESTION ASK FOR FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7669 CUMB PHONE WEST 69 7Ut7 ULEYSII Monday Tuesday and Wednesday matinee DIGBY BELL In The Education of Mr P- ippHPKINS111011 CLASS VAUDEVILLE TWO snows DAILY Week Beginning Sunday Dec 2 THE GREAT ORPHEUM SHOW Menetekel or the Mystic nail Mystery of 4yateries wailer C Re11yPresenting The Vir- glnla fudge Claud end Fannie Usherin Tong monkeyNAvatar Ed P Reynard Ventriloquist Work OrpheuMotionI PRICES Evening 10 to 75 cents centsBUCKINGHAM MATINEE DAILY WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY DEC 2 Alcazar Beauties BURLESQUSHOWI capable comedians CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W JefltrsonSi Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Lexington Council postponed the initiation that was to have taken place last Sunday until the middle part of this month The first of tine series of forty five contests between the two playeMonday pected to prove exciting and attract throngs to the club rooms Louisville Council held a largely attended and most enjoyable reception Friday night at the Womans Club on Fourth avenue It was given for the entertainment of the younger members and their lady friends Messrs J P Ilanly and Charles Whitehead represented Frankfort and assisted in the initiation of sixtyfive mebers at Cincinnati last Sunday vls1UngKnightstion and banquet which followed the Barrett House The lecture course which for sev eral years has attracted great atten tion to Damen Council and which Is said to be the only successful one held in Chicago will begin Monday night when Itev L J Vaughn wilt have Lights That Foil for his sub ject Rev Francis Kelley follows in February with Tils great Dream of Equality and FrederlckWarde the tragedian will 1 close the course April Philadelphia Councils banquet nt the Hotel Majestic last Monday wasI attended by 500 ihe most prominentt men in the order as well na the New York degree corps and many church dignitaries being among the invited guests Fifty leading members ranged for the affair which was th most successful function ever held in Philadelphia The banquet was a anniversaryIwas organized in Pennsylvania WIVES KEEP YOUNG 1 A certain amount of social life iis absolutely essential to all of us to the old as yell as to the young A woman never grows so old that she ceases to enjoy the company of oth ers and generally the older she grows the more she enjoys It tt is always a pity to see a man fall into a state which he explains by saying Oh we are getting Old and dont care for so much variety in our lives In the pure selfishness of his soul he always speaks of usand we as if ft naturally follows that because he is getting antiquated his wife must keep pace with him in his decline It is more credit to a husband to keep his wife young than to make her grow old Ills actions and his habits necessarily influence those of his wife Let him keep jn touch with the world and both he and his wife will be the better and the younger for it f DONT WAIT but come at once and see the largest selection o- fFDRNITORE of all kinds in the city Mayerm419 WEST MARKET ST Cumb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CREAM CO MANUFACTURERS 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 competitors 627633 EIGHTH ST n 0 SHORTHAND ADVERTISING TELEGRAPHY COMMERCIAL LAW anezpertlnLPslineThe training vantages offered by the TRUMAN SYSTEM are ahortestcheapestsadbest AlTjUiV f N Expert Accountant 551 Fourth Avenue CJ SCHNEIDERDEALER Hams Bacon Pork Lard Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and Green Streets- t All the new Winter styles and shapes can be found here at reasonable prices r Every Catholic Family eshould read the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN One Dollar Per Y- earjttt New Service vza Henderson Route Trains 145 and 146 will carry uptodate Pullman Sleeper BETWEEN LOUISVI E I AND EVANSVillESleepersopen at oui Ute 940 mat Evansville 9 p m and Patrons Can re stain la eleeper till 730 aim patroaageL t 1 AgentIrfwfcriHe lrvo- p o r- a o t r a NTUCKY 7issH maz HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 JJN BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 East 1tIain Street u 6 t HIDHI Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST NAT STREETtHtI- t H 0 t t t tot t tH++t l I Gran W Smiths Sonn AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 i tt I J E TRACYL H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS carrl STREETShort11111 N 111IIIIIIIH SPENCER Pnddeat- and Etcpert Atxaastsat IENOS I 6iXnt AND I MAIN tSTREETS Business iNronuATtoH fc xmS SxmKmK eS P 2 C1 yon Incorporated HAND GOODS FOR AND BOTH PHONES SHEPARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN IIa OFPHOOIasaTO6 7IMoaNtUMilBHk LOU5YLLEKYBusiness College OI7COW TIH owI71A- nd givhlgYOUR UNITED LAUNDRY CO WORK SPECIALTY DELIVERED DONT YOU r Good Dental work doni lor the least money Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR Re J COUCHMAN Dentist 561 FOURTH AVENUE oppJao C Lewis Co M ANDRmI 80N8 WMmN MAIUFACTURER8- CwItge t klligaatRabhrTku 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET HENRY A J1 1PULSI a YERAMD ClEA ER n ladle ad Outs Wearing Arll WORK iriae eater 52Flitk ratJ t Educates Young People fu Good Employment and Success J I SAIL on want ron run t A CALLED 1188403732 T N SVNDAYSI i WANT I e PETER n IUARANTEEI PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jefferaonvllle hospitalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jellerson111elad gettingDIAMOND I byfrostl you arc on the safe side Kentucky Wall Plaster Co BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook aid River Louisville Ky 1I Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plas ter Plant Jeffersonvllle Ind Phone 655 CALICO DRESS Calico usually makes the best mate rial for kitchen dresses try to ge a piece that will not fade and d not let it become BO dirty that ya must wash it hard UBO 110 littl starch when doing itup as it save the cloth and makes the next washin- easier A large bib apron and tlr e tops of a pair of old black stocking a to pull on over the sleeves will keep your dress fresh much longer an sere washing nUt 0 yy ryy 0 0 0 000 0 o E 8 Ei GIVE US YOUR ORDER Irish OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET RARE TREAT I Hon Edward J McDcrrriott to Lecture at Notre Dame A rare treat awaits those students of Xotrc Dame University who enjoy oratory Hon Edward J McDermott of this city has accepted an invita tion to deliver a lecture on The College Mans Career before the thousand students and professors of that institution on Tuesday night of next week Mr McDermott delivered this same lecture before the students and professors of Indiana University at Bloomington several years ago and so favorable was the comment that Father Cavanaugh President of Notre Dame University invited him to repent it for the Catholic students The fame of Mr McDermott as a lecturer extends throughout the country lie is an orator who always 1 has something to say and l knows how to say it Time Notre Dame lecture and concert course is a notable one and includes six concerts and fourteen lectures to be delivered by Opie Reed Dr Monag han Rex Dr Stafford Seumas Me Manus lIon Leslie M Shaw anti others of equal note These excel lent discourses form an important feature of the work of the University which has no superior as n educational institution for youn men SOMETHING DOING At Division 4s Next Meeting WhICh Takes Place De cember 12 Division 4 A 0 II held its regular meeting Wednesday night at Hi bernian huh After several mattersl of a routine nature were disposed of nominations were made for the ensuing term With the exception a President and Vice President the present incumbents were recommended for reelection The present presiding officer John A Murphy declined to run having his hands full with the office of County Presi dent The following names were placed before the division President Joseph P McGinn Jos eph L Lenahan Vice President Stephen J Mc ElliottRecording SecretaryFrank P Burke Financnal Secretary H E OSulll van Assistant Financial Secretary Dave Ileilly Treasurer William J Connelly Sergeant at nrms Robert flit el1ellSentlnelWlIlInm Ansbro The election will be held on Wednesday December 12 and a large attendance is desired as the officers promise that there will be something doing on that night HINTS ON STYLE Uncurled ostrich feathers are to bo favored above their curled relatives Shoulder forms ready to sUp into the linings of dresses can now be found in as many shapes as there are shoulders In spite of the persistence of the luxuriant lingerie waists the heavy est and most pronounced of blouses are finding favor Never before have been seen so many French models In baby bon nets White plush corded silk and chiffon velours are the favorite ma terials The new lace waists ore showing bertha and harness effects of coloredl silks laid over them light blue or pink or fawn color being used over the cream lace The new wooltex Belmore cut like n mans Paddock coat and made of handsome tan cloth is one of the long separate coat beauties much favored just now Frilled edges of braid aroused In side short coats and boleros taking the place of the erstwhile lace frills with the difference that these arc used on plain oats Linen embroideries on cloth are being worn nov and will be more so as winter approaches Irish Cluny and heavy makes of lace arc lobe used on winter gowns atB cream o agens e are h matrons and young girls alleIt being shown They are generally be coming lighting up a sallow complex llol and h ight iniBg a brilliant dAe IIBraidcoverecbucklesm t d 600D WORK PrintingFAIR Kentucky American both wide and narrow braids drawn through metal slides and buckles are fancied A new arrangement of braid halt braces and half stoIc js used as a finish to a silk waist Vying with the superbly dressed queens of the stage artistic Frenchwomen are now attempting beauty and gracefulness as they can only be acquired that is without the corset which are now all but out in Paris petticoatbeingof collar which comes down low on the bodice in front and in which each piece of silk edged with tiny knife plaiting projects from the one above It reception sash Broad sashes carefully fitted and shaped to the waist in front are tied in enormous butterfly bows whichextend up the back almost to the shoulders For the woman who has tried to think of a way to piece out n gown or street or evening coat the com bination sleeve is safe both for now 1and to hold over It is the extreme and newest Paris dressmaker notion dfI ferent sleeves but with colors that match OLDEST IRISH COLLEGE The oldest Irish college in the world is that of Salamanca in Spain It was founded In 1502 by Philip II colg CHANGE FOR PASTOR tSRev Father John Ryan of Coving ton has been spending the past vyeok with friends at Canton Ohio on a vacation Upon his return It is said he will be assigned to a new congregation by the Right Rev Bishop Macs Father Ryan is a zealous priest and the parish that gets him will be fortunate OYSTER GRIDDLE CAKES seasonedfsalt and pepper add two table spoonfuls of flour and six common crackers rolled to a powder Add onehalf pint of oysters and two eggs beaten until very light Beat all together and fry slowly on a hot buttered griddle Serve hot with melted butter STAIN REMOVER To remove a vinegar a win or a fruit Stein from a white linen cloth the tot lowing method will be found effectual Hold the stained part in boiling milk and the stains will be found to very quickly disappear STAIN ON PRASS An authority declares that blackest stains on brass will yield to oxalic acid and chamois The add should be used with the utmost caution of course sad the bottle if any acid be left placed absolutely out of reach of irresponsible members of the family ICRCAI1BD OYSTERS Select a quart of fine oysters drain all the liquor off heating it in a saucepan Skim off any scum that may rise as iit boils Put in the oysters with a piece of butter size of a butternut and when thoroughly hot add a pint of rich hot cream Cook until the oysters curl then add salt and pepper and serve at once CANE CHAIRS If the seats have become limp and stretched so that they sink in the cen ter they may be made as good as new If none of the strips of cane are broken by well washing them In hot water and then placing them in a current of air to dry This causes the cane to tighten up and when dry the seat will be quite flat as when first wove- nOYSTERS AND MACARONI Boil four ounces of macaroni in plenty of boiling water twenty minutes Then cut into pieces about an inch long Put alternate layers of macaroni and oysters in the making dish laying the oysters I down first then sprinkle with salt and pepper and a few lumps of butter haveI sprinkleIIlthUya moderate oven for twenty minutes Serve in the dish in which they were baked When you want tine Job Printing call and see our work Prices are righttWe do an ad of job piloting Oivo UB ft trial w t- cG INITIATION Hibernians Will Confer Honors on Sunday Decem ber 16 The degree team of the Ancient Or tier of Hibernians of this city has set Sunday December 16 as the time for the next initiation Upon this occasion the four degrees will be con ferred upon all candidates who are awaiting admission to any of the local divisions It has been some time since an initiation has taken place and therefore a large class is expect ed to be presented for the honors as each division wants all applicantsI admitted to full standing before th first of the new year Magistrate Patrick T Sullivan and his staff arc now preparing for the event and it is safe to predict they will give the best exemplification of the work seer here during tine past two years The State and county officers and mem bers of nil the divisions will be in vited to be prevent as it is desired that this initiation will largely increase the membership All mem hers who have proposed candidates 4 who have not yet received the de grees will be expected to accompany them to the hell in the Hopkins Theater building on that day TIle degree team will also arrange a programme of exercises to follow the initiation that will prove very interesting TRINITY COUNCIL Mass For Deceased Members Celebrated Friday Morning Trinity Council had a very large meeting Monday night when several1I of the older embers took from onto e three shares of stock in the new club house which is now on the boom and unless all predictions fall before another season rolls around something will be doing Messrs Bell and Fuhrman who had been on the sick list were reported improv ing This was the meeting at which nominations for officers were to be made and judging from the list of candidates the election will be an in teresting one Following are the nominationsPresidentDr Phil Beutel Joseph ConklingFirst Vice President John Cun nlffe William Luckett Eugene Ford Second Vice President William Luckett Thomas Murray Recording Secretary Jerry Dris coll Louis Kempf Henry F Stoerr KlaphekeCorresponding Secretary John Klanheke Mike Dickmnn W Lane mnpIleke Treasurer Edward P Wulf Marshal August Kempf Henry Steucker Sentinel Edward Flynn Ben F Hund M Dickman Joseph Meyer Louis Il1Ie- rExecuthe Committee A d a Tn Schneider John J Barry M F Morris William Eckert James B Kelly Edward Kelly Louis Kempf 0lDawsoji Collector Frank C Pllson Friday morning at 7 oclock there was a mass for the repose of the souls of the deceased members of Trinity nt St Aloysius church cele brated by 1he Her Father OOrady chaplain of the council Though on a week day and at on early hour there wnsn large attendance andI1 many received holy communi- onHOUSEHOLD HINTS Cold rainwater and soap will take machine grease from wash fabrics sonpsudsbeforedown Writ sponge which has become her dry can be softened bV a bath in milk Place a pan of water in the over when baking potatoes to hasten their cookingAmmonia will usually restore the color to silk which hat beets stainedI with fruit IDo not black a stove while hot 1 it takes more blacking and does not polish well AIIUle boiling water added to an omelet as it thickens will prevent iit being tough Dishes on which eggs have been user should be soaked in cold water before washing Car can eqitfckJyremoved from appliestion If the inside of jelly molds are brushed with the vhite of an eg the jjelly will turn out easily Plan work a at least dajhead FRflNK FEflR INCORPORATED BREWING 601 Brewers and Bottlers y LOUISVILLE XY DRINK Hofbrau 8i Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SINN c ACKE1gMA- NIt1 ING COMPANYxrrooxroRaxEaTELEPHONE 4132 LOUUIVJLLE ICY u PABST BEER i ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hops never permitted to leave the brewery until proprely aged TELEPHONE IZ3NO Louisville Brancn jfourresntn and Jenerson Sts ICumb Phone lain 1913 Home Phone 1911 T- HEWIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flsrac a Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN F OERTEBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER H 14001404 Story Avenue mm Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY ASK FOR DIERSENS FINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN Ili FRANK WALTERS s Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone aopo a LOUISVILLE K THOMAS KEENAN f Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All calls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALSd SALOONVAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock I44a 7V GREEN MT good start in the morning is the secret of the accomplishment of much work BUILD RIGHT Who watching our lives and follow ing us as We go about our daily avocations would dream that we are laying the foundation for an eternal mansipn Who viewing our conduct would ever imagine that wet are conscious our actions and thoughtK are- g stamping with an indelible mark yoursAPr l- u t 1 KATIE AGNES SM1T t Independent of alt Undertakers I LADY EMBALMS Washing and dressing ladies an dren a specialty Elegant shroud to order at reasonable prices A1 answered promptly day or night phone 1677 Office 2406 Payne St Dive your boys pthemST XAVIERS COLLE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted bytbeXaveriaaDlothers CIaiScientific and BuiinesCouries Fretnrator SwimmlogrooltcliiqGymmsfum HENRY HUN OLD DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Grotrits A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty Nerve P1l1l1le43Jt 540 W WALNUTO MREMANN BEOS t1ePOltrgas FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal era in Finest Brand of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BeND Telcpheae W8 234 Shut S4reet Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EICHAH LOUIS WABNITZI r caIJ Proprietors 330 FIFTH ST Fi Tjiff S1 TITcK IRJ8H AlWERIOAN I tHE- M BIG STORE IAL1HighClass Fashionable Suits 12 I Mens Single and Double Breasted models cut according to the latest fashion ideas of HighGrade Worsteds All Wool Velour Cassimeres Scotches Tweeds and Thibets- On sale one week beginning today and ending next Friday 12 THE BIG STORE 424 to 434 Market St WestII FlIIhII b i THE WHY OF ITIn all piano players the pneumatics are the vital part of the entire mechanism In all piano players EXCEPT THE CECILIAN these pneu matlcs arc made of wood and leather and thats where the trouble comes in Ever get your shoes wet and have them dry hard and stiff l Leather will do tkat in damp weather for it absorbs the moisture Ever had a door or window stick in your housed 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 properly In the Cecilian Piano Player mechanism the pneumatics and the wind d 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 e R MUSIC CO 9rDOBO FOURTH VENUEI JEWELRYI We are now showing the finest assortment ever seen in this city Diamonds Gold Watches Rings 4 and Necklaces at most reasonable prices Calland gee our display of r SILVERWARESuit- able for Wedding and Holiday Presents Select Your Holiday Presents Now and We Will Reserve Them For You EYES TESTED FREE BRUNN Jeweler1r 530 West Market Street S8 s sme Gnas i Rogers BOOK 60 I PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE t r r Give us a cal and inspect onr line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city Dr BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES 35 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION t 434 w0 Jefierson Street S888e H+H I I 1 nIII I I t I I I 111111 DONT PAY iiI II Higher For Although wholesalers have advanced prices all along the line we as importers are holding our prices down and still giving our customers the very 11S QUAMTY Call or phone in your orders 5100Special1 New Blend 6 Ibs for 100 Honduras 4lbsfor 100 Mochtand Javl3Ibsfor 100 MULLOY fiitl ROASTER Iftzoo Phone 1323 ZD13 WRKET7ST EET lFiiliitt1 1 ++444 1 I 1 I 111 I 11 1 1 tH I 1 11 I 1 1 1 IH LBERT T SCHRANZ 301302 KY TITLE BUILDING EAL ESTATEIN ALL ITS BRANCHES CUMB PHONE 543y M14rEY TO LOAN t t t t I I f OUR SPECIALTY 8 Year Old Oloubrook Whiskey Bottled in Bond 1 a Quart WM BORGMANNii I WINES WHISKIES AND H H t It Hit f f t rI Www wwww www PBAHNON FretUeul MlI BANNON VlcePrw h Genl Mgr H M WOLTRING Secretary COFFEE yyIiJJ R B BANNON Treasurer PBannonSewerPipLpo Go tjj S H Glazed Sewer acdCalvert Pipe L laesPatent Lilitl clIjt erSteM Cedalts Br1cYDireGrate a1I Beller Tile Greaad Fire Clay ChlBeyTowLawm Yaw Vitrified Sidewalk Brick n c OFFICE 568512 THL WJJ3FFEJSONII WJJRKSzijtt i i ilngitoii and W LaPIIONa 2833 ee ee WOMENS DRESS SKIRTS BOUGHT AT A SACRIFICE FROM A WELL KNOWN MANUFACTURER AT ABOUT HALF PRICE A Meyers Co noted as one of New Yorks best skirt manufacturers sold us 1000 spicspan new Dress Skirts at a fraction of their real worth and value We thousands of this manufacturers skirts yearly and have never had a single plaint on account of fit or wear We offer these highgrade Dress Skirts at useiically half price a saving advantage that will now appeal to throngs of ting shoppers THE MATERIALSPanama Cheviot and Broadcloth COLORSBlack navy brown and gray and immense assortment of fancy weaves 3tthisThese Prices Are the Lowest Ever Quoted by Us On These HhJhGrade1 Dress Skirts3 Lots iLOT NUMBER 1 Skirts worth 500 298 AND FOURTH 0 I What They Have Been Doing the Past Notes Division 1 has given nroper recog nition to its younger members The bazar under the auspices of the Providence divisions was a de cided success financial Postal card parties now furnish in teresting anti uulque entertainment for many Eastern auxiliaries The desk recently won by the Skaneateles division at the fair held there has been presented to St Bridgets church Many of the Rhode Island divis ions have organized social circles They are composed mostly of young men and are very popular Division 3 will elect its officers next Monday night and it is to be hoped that all the members will be present There win also be other important business Divisions 2 and 7 of Utica commem orated the memory of the Munches ter martyrs at a joint meeting Iron James K OConnor was the guest of honor and principal speaker Now that the degree team will hold an initiation on Sunday Decem ber 10 there should be an earneat rivalry among the divisions to see which will present the largest class The eleven divisions and the auX- iliaries of St Paul are fast getting ready for their Irish fair and festival All are giving special entertain ments and realizing nice sums for the und The Ladies Auillary meets Wednesday night when several reports of utmost importance will be received and acted upon Miss Mary Sheridan and the other officers would be greatly pleased if all the members would attend that night The Irish Standard notes that Division 3 of the auxiliary in St Paul has for years led the good example of having a requiem mass offered up annually for the repose of the souls of their deceased members in the Cathedral and now the other di visions of the order of ladies are gradual doing likewise Division 2 will hold an interesting meeting Friday night when Presi dent Ford and hits fellowofficers hope to close up the busbies for the year This division has quite n largo class of candidates and arrange ments will be made to have them at the initiation The election offi cers will also take place now being held at Llederkran hull Every member of the order who can should be present to swell the crowd and assist the good Sisters who now need help In this way they will give a practical demonstration of that Christian charity that has always characterized the A O H The County Board at Syracuse has voted not to have the usual parade on St Patricks day It has been de elded to observe the coming aunt county meet at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception where Bishop Ludden who is State Chaplain of the organization will deliver n sermonAn that had been looked for ward to for some time by the mem bers of the divisions at Central Falls 11 L was time presentation of the Irish fig which was won by the di- vislon id a contest in connection with place at the last meeting and the flag was formally received by time Presi manship and was made in Ireland Largo contingents frpm Forma hell a splendid demonstration and parade at Irvlnestown Ireland Ad dresses were delivered bY Patrick Mcllugh M P Alderman Daniel OConnell c J Dolan null others after which resolutions were passed expressing confidence In John TIed pledgebound disciplined partyand calling upon all eearnest Nationalists Jo maintain the same Striped velvets and vlreteeiia sire IU the season t ntt Q- I LOT NUMBER 2 Skirts worth 600 398 I JBANSO5 IIM- AHKETS I REQBEiCHIRR HIBERNIANS WeekQeneral- News aparttor byhaving IIolyrrinlty organizationThu TyroneDonegal Dent3rtparty withtheeheekedgelvet0en SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O IID- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month MullojViceClines Recording SecretaryThomas Kee JrFinancial SecretaryPeter J Cuslck 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerCharles J Finegan SergeantatArmsEdward Craddiclc DIVISION 2 Meets FridayEvenings PresidentCon J Ford Vice President William T Meehan TreasurerOwen Keiran LynchFinancial DIVISIONS Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice PresldentohnHennessy Recording SecretaryDennis j Cole manFinancial SecretaryJohn G Hessiou 1714 Baird Treasurer George J Butler SergeantatArnls Thomas Noon SentinelMartin Sheehan DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month MurpbyViceRecording Secretary Frank P Burke Financial SecretaryEmmet OSulli van 1520 Seventh street ConnellySergeant SentinelWilliam Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County President Michael Kenney President Robert Gleason VlcePresldentMlchael Breen Treasurer Louis Constantine Recording SecretaryJ B Murphy Jr Financial SecretaryJohn Kinney SergeantatarmsJohn E Murphy Doorkeeper Eugene Constantine Banner CarrierTimothy Kinney Maishal John A Kennedy Y 1 I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 630 Twentysixth Street RaldyFirstJ Kieffer Second Vice PresidentD Oliver Pat ton Recording SecretaryJohn L Boland Corresponding Secretary Frank Lana hanFinancial Secretary Frank G Adams 2141 Rowan street TreasurerDaniel Weber MarshalJames L Mullarkey Inside Sentinel Charles Oswald Outside SentinelLouis Kinsel- laAMUSEMENTS A favorite company In a bright burlesque show will be the attraction at the Buckingham next vrclc when the Alcazar Beauties make their an nunl visit Clever and capabld come dians and a fine olio will wake a bill of merit Dighy Bell comes to Macauleys the first half of next week with Wednesday matinee presenting his great success The Education of Mr Plpp biggesthitsMr Dell being a great favorite here would seem to insure liberal patron aae A nev play heralded lisn pro pounced success will be the offer ing all pi next week at the Masonic It Is enfttled The War Correspondent and is n musical production It has been highly praised wherever It has been presented The cast and production are said to be of a high standard Onco nt leastt each station the Or pheum show copes to the Hopkins Theater and it always proves the Vaudeville cent of the year It will be a most welcome attraction all next week rue iropean sensation mysteriesdeclii2 liiaau tit and entertaining there hay been a big advance sale t4lataIeroded houses will be the Tula ui LOT NUMBER 3 II Skirts worth 750 498 IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Time death of the Uev James Hughes was the cause for profound sorrow at Myshall County Carlow After a long Illness the death of Very 15ev Cannon Murray occurred at Douglas County Cork The deceased priest had been for over twenty years In charge of the parish As a protest against a change of manager in one of the departments of the shirt factory of Messrs Tillie Henderson at Dsrry 2000 girls abandoned work and the factory was closed I I The Thurles Urban Council has decided to ask the cooperation of the CountyTipperarytion of a sanitarium to check the spread of consumption Time departure of Rev Father Byrne from Mountrnth occasioned proceedingtoat the Square and publicly presented with a number of addresses The death is announced at Wick low of the Very Rev Thomas Car berry who previous to his appoint ment to the parish of Wicklow was for many years engaged in parochial work In Dublin and neighborhood In DanbrIdge Courthouse two men named John Murray and David Ben nett were again charged in connec tion with the recent fire at Dan bridge when considerable damage was done to a local seed merchants premisesAt Anner the seat of time Duches of St Albans near Clomnel a young footman named Pitt was found dead with a bullet wound in byhisfound the cause to be accidental Coroner Mulcahy investigated the cause of a remarkable fatality at Mohill Bridget Duigan aged sixty years who lived alone was coming down from a loft In her cottage when time skirt of her dress caught on a projecting point at the top of the ladder and she fell lend downwards remaining suspended by the garment until death ensued from suffocation The action for 2500 damages brought at the Bunts quarter sessions I by Timothy Flanagan Chairman of the Corofin District Council against James Lee also a member of the council for alleged slander was put back till the next session The case arose during time election of the Chairman in Tune last when the de fendant is alleged to have said the plaintiff was more intimate with Dublin Castle than anyone else there A Parliamentary return shows that IreIlandpersons less than the previous eari There are fourteen iron mines em ploying 348 which was ninety more than the previous year There were twentjflve other mines employing 385 an increase of 120 There were 517 quarries giving employment to B37404 an increase of 237 No deaths from accidents In Irish coal fields nro recorded there were five fatali ties in Irish quarries- Extraordinary I scenes were witnessed at Cloverhill three miles from TJoscommon over the stocking of a farm recently taken by John Belrne I n Balllnasloe butcher in opposition- to the wishes of the Kilbrlde branch of the United Irish League nci ne sent forty head of cattle to the farm and on the way there they were in tercepted bv a crowd of 200 people accompanied by bands The cattle were scattered and driven away rushing all over the country and wheta the herd returned to Itoscom mon he had but fifteen head in his possessionThe position of the town tenants bill is a testimony to the efficacy of agitation It has passed through grand committee and with n fair degree of luck it should soon find its way to the statue book Its outlook has been Improved by the action of the Government who have undertaken to give facilities for the measure and who have indi cated their interest In the matter by starring the bill The happenings which have taken place under the levy as it stands have shown tIleInecessity of the town tenants and now that atlas been tak llthdclItime wing Pf the authorities pjis through Parliament cmy w I seen ua foregone conclusion r JAMES GREENE425 427 429 EAST MARKET STREET Furniture Stovesand Ranges EXCLUSIVE AGENCY FOR THE PENINSULAR STOVES I RETORTPENINSULAR SMOKECONSUMING HOT BLAST BURNER This heater is unquestionably the greatest smokeconsuming hotblast slack burner ever made nude of steelliulnghasash hearth foot rail top rail and reo illuminatingdoorNothing like it ever offered at 10 3399 THE PENINSULAR tSMOKE CONSUMING DIRECT DRAFT HEATER Burns any kind of fuel Keeps fire all winter Its oneof the most sat iafactory and scientifically constructed heaters on the market todayhas du ringdoubleNever sold inany store for less than 30j our price 20 H I tIWesternwarm air parlor furnace Handsomely designed with base Has large combustion chamber and perfect fA consuming attachment Our bargain price + + + t + I4 t t4tt + t ++ + 44 + t 44+ + 25fl a FALL CARPETS AND RUGS In an almost endless assortment are the attractions at Louisvilles Foremost Carpet Store w Qualities always reliable prices always ri- ghtHUBBUCHBROSI 524 526 528 West Market Street =rcr a a BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA II WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE II- tm H McKenna Distiller Fairfield IYl= I r9or HEATING STOVES COALRANGESand COOK STOVES rk Our assortment for this season is the choicest we have ever and almost all of our stock is Home Man- ufactureOEHERSON I 217 West Market Street HOTEL HOI3MER HENRY G HOEMER Proprietor II- EE 15 and 17 West Twelfth St CINCINNATI I Parties who intend visiting Cincinnati will find here every con J venience and comfort to be found in a modern and uptodate 5 hotel and at right prices Street cars pass hotel entrance I FIRSTCLASS CAFE IN CONNECTION A A Both Phones had DR J T CHAWKS Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered OFFICE INFIRMARY AND SHOEING FORGE 10071009 W BROADWAY The MASTER BREW Bottle Beers Gilt Edge and Bohemian FOR SALE AT ALL LEADING CAFES THE JOHN KAUFFMAN BREWING CO 1622 AND 1628 VINE STREET CINCINNATI 01110 CHAS W RATTERMANN Traveling Representative 6 t t l t t J t t t t t ft FINK WINES i AL OHAKPAOXUI 345 West Green StrutXJQUO CXGAJtt L