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I r l wIsr KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICANVULGi- 11E == XVir NO 23 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY DECEMBER 8 1906 PRICE FIVE CENTS POINTS TO DANGER t Archiblabop Ireland Urges People to Deal Fairly by Each Other Says ProfusonoHs of Countrys Prosperity Begets Peril to Nation Seldom Before Has Tbero Been Such Need For Exercis lug Prudence A WORD TO THE WAGE EARNERS I I Archbishop Ireland in discussing the dangers of anarchism a subject on which he touched nt the recent gathering of the Army of the Ten nessee at Council Bluffs has given a further elaboration of his views The very profuseness of the pros perity of the United States begetsI peril unless the American people can be taught to use these favorsI well and wisely Through her recognition of manhood in every man the multitudes become the rulers andI nt times the multitudes bend too readily to momentary excitements Hence the extreme need of the prop er formation of the popular mind so- UR to correct thought and righteous acting Injury irreparable may be done during a brief Interval of social or political Insanity and a frequency tr such viwlitlons however brief they may be too easily degenerates Into abiding habits I extoll the ma terial prosperity of America But as one of its accidental consequences I must note the spirit of social restless ness which now agitates the country and in the appeasement of which tIle staunchest forces of patriotism must ooobeprosperity t JIUle to others henei new mot hods are called for in the distribution of wealth and the enjoyment It pro cures That all is perfect in present conditions that there is no room for progress ve mint not ntwcrt tint nothing should be said or done to subvert public order destructive of the spirit of the country and its in stitutions in the discussions taking place and the acts following them the fundamental principles of right reason and the constitution and laws forgofen11 authorized or i ermitel llat inns difficult the composure Ipassion and renders of mind neded in such discussions The wild anarchist the wouldbe assassin are the public enemies of society whom to tolerate is to tol rate open sedition An enemy 1 too of p111111c order is the workman who refusing his own labor deters by violence u brother workman iron offering his labor as are even in a greater degree the strong and the powerful who override the law of the land in carrying out the schemes of their ambition Private property the right of every man to own and dispose of the fruits of brain and hand must be regarded as sacred and inviolable It Is the cornerstone of the social structure Destroy it weaken it you arrest ambition and effort you give room to careless ness of the morrow to indolence and idleness you establish barbarism Barbarism Ms that state of society where men having nothing which is the exclusive possession of any prey upon the strength and labor of the others Stability of possession and the stimulus to ambition and effort resulting from it are vital requisites for progress and civilization That in the holding of private property there be inequality is a fact that in inevitable Men are not and never will be equal in the power that builds up prosperity in the sacrifice of self and the economy that preserves and increase it hence they newer will be equal in the amount of property that they do or can possess The preaching of Utopias in rem edy of this inequality the proposal of schemes that ignore the nature of m men and the vital conditions of hu man society are an Insult no less than an injury to the individual whom they fain would beguile by their will thewisp glamor and de ception It is the day of Utopias Seldom if ever before In the history of human society was there greater need of prudent wisdom on the part of wouldbe teachers of patient re flection on the part of listening au I diences The gravest responsibility rests on all to move slowly to think wisely to avoid all perils of leaps Into the dark A chief panacea put ownershipthroughchief agencies of productivity and of the transportation hither and thither of the results of this pro ductivity Let all be on their guard Common ownership in one direction leads readily to common ownership in another all the nore so when the purpose really heLd In mind is to grasp wealth without much personal effort to make up fqV ones own deficiencies by despoiling others And is there not serious danger 1therein of weakening individual am bition which has been in America particularly the great stimulus t the wondrous material development with which the country has been blessedTo the poor man to the wage earner I should indeed preach the doctrine of ambition and energy Let everyone aim to secure competency for himself and his iamilj Let everyone strive to rise it is his right it is his duty But all this lie must do o t justtof others be they hlo fellow laborersu or those whom he and they Ball th el i Alcft of the land To the Anti and 0 I a- toY ttheI more fortunate I should preach unceaslnlflJ the doctrines of justice and charity Just they must be all depriving none of their Godgiven rights and of the opportunities which should be open to all doing their sequinthrough dig1tyiilotisiuKn iuiioiiir the poor senseless extravagance among the rich are equally to be reprehended and if one severethan s extravagance of the rich It is a crime ngnitst Immunity it is mall tress Itself to squander money In mere reckless ostentation Now And then we hear of people HO insane In wild extravagance ns to clothe logs and horses in purple and fine linen and to feedlIth111 from golden plat ters AVI not suel people the ene mies of the countryby the hatred which they arouse mid tie seditious protests to which they give rlseV = I RESTS IN PEACE Mrs Mary Medians Passing Away Causes Deep Sorrow Mis Mary Median widow of the late William Median after a long anti iseful1 life yielded her soul to her Maker on Wednesday morning fortified by the rites of the church of which she had been a most devout and exemplary member and sur rounded by her ten children und six grandchildren Mrs Median crone to Louisville from Baltimore with her parents whjlc an infant over sixty years ago and hurling all that long time she had been a resident and member of St Johnf parish In that church aloe lived and died and no other death has caused deeper or more genuine sorrow Of u cheery and generous disposition to know was to love her omit not a few there are who will miss her advice anti un falling kindnefK Mrs Meelau was the mother nt a large and wellknown family The oldest son Is Will T Median who for years post has been prominent in the Catholic affairs ot Louisville Two of her daughters and a sister have been prominently connected with the pibiic schools of this city All of then served OK principals and one of tint daughters anti the sister are still holding thut position tine other dauuhter Miss Mamie Meehan van up her position upon her mar riage several years ago and removed to Missouri where the is living now Miss Anna M Meehan is the principal of the Sylviaatenue school unIt Mss Margaret Siveeuey Mrs Mee luaus sister is tHe principal of the Smvser venue school Hesides thee daughters Mrs Meehan is survived hX Miss MargarettMedian Miss AdeJ laide Median Mrs Katherlne Dear Mrs Nellie Hart Charles 1 Mcehnn Tames O Meehan and Frank Meehan of Chicago With her unmarried sons and daughters Mrs Median had an ele home at 11117 East UroaOway illhilea long tluie her condition was not con sidered serious until about ten days before the end AH day Thursday there was n constant stream of callers at the residence and the cortege that followed the remans to St Johns filled that church to overflowing yesterday morning when the funeral services were held over the remans bv the Rev Futhur fax who iad been Mrs Mechlins only pastor With hundreds of others we join in ttln1daughterstained AFTER NEW HOME Division 3 Elects Officers and Makes Good Start For New Year Division A 0 H at the meeting Monday night instructed Mesrs P T Sullivan D J Coleman and James Ryan to secure a hall more suitable to the needs of the order which will be welcome news to the members The following officers were elected and a fine start was made for the coming yea- rPresidentJames Coleman Vice PresidentPhil Cavanaugh Hecorotng SecretaryJohn Morris Financial SecretaryJohn Hession TreasurerDaniel J Dougherty SergeantatArms Thomas Noon Standing CommitteePatrick Hoi ley Patrick T Sullivan Lawrence 7 Mackey Charles Boyle George J ButlerInacknowledging the honor con ferred upon him James Coleman de livered a forceful and practical address pledging his best efforts to the division and order He urged the members to attend the meetings and give the officers their hearty and united support with which Division 3 would soon become the strongest numerically as well as financially The laws will be administered con scientiously and impartially and the presence of members will create enthusiasm and friendly feeling State Preslent Butler and ex County President Thomas Quinn also addressed the members the former expressing himself elated Over his reception at Covington and the condition of the order there After the usual routine business all adjourned to the Sisters bazar at Liederkrauz Hallo FINGERS MASHED Edward McDermott whose home is in New Albany an employe of the American Car and Foundry Company in Jefforsonville hail oneof his hands caught Ina machine he was running Tuesday and suffered pain ful a1serious injury When medical foundsthat the hand was so badly mangled that the first and third fingers had to be amputajtaci tttt- a y1 a I NOMINEES Show Tnat People of Catholic dFaith Lead Reform Movement Irishmen are Now Prominent in the Affairs of the Old Buy State Protestants With Them in theI Struggle For Nobler Things NEW ENGLANDS CATHOLIC GAIN The election of Hon James II Higgins as Governor of Ilhode Islandi and ofn number of Catholics a Mayors of Providence Pawtucket Woonsooket and similar centers seems to have inspired the Catholics of Massachusetts into unwonted activity Or it may be that the splen did record which Bostons Irish Cath olic Mayor Hon John F Fitzgerald is making is encouraging other Mas sachusetts cities to follow the example set by the Athens of the United StatesWhatever the rason in any case it Is certain that a number of Cath olics In the Bay State suddenly have found favor at the hands of their fellow citizens of every creed and n creed The current Messenger o Worcester makes this fact strikingly plain in an article which seems to prove that the people of New Eng lund are today looking to the Catholic Church to lead In the move ment for political and social reform In saysThe gives the strongest evidence that the wave of reform which has resulted in naming so many men in the selection of can didates to head the tickets In various cities of the State who are Irish Americans continues unabated Of course it was always a fore gone conclusion that Mayor John T Duggan would be chosen again as the Democratic candidate for chief executive of Worcester That Dr opponentIsHolyoke has nominated an Irish American for Mayor and It is signifi cant to note that in no instance do the Republican machines make such I alwaystohi elections to get all they can from thecitiesWilliam A OBrien was nominated by the Democrats for Mayor of Chelsea as the Republican machine of that city is sunk in the corruption of graft and some of the city offi clans are indicted for crimes Mr OBrien stands a good chance for election for people feel that he is cityMayor Medford has been renominated by the Demo crats and citizens and he will run on the Citizens ticket As his name in dicates he Is another IrishAmeri can and he represents those who have risen by the hard toll of hands as well as brains Tames F Alywnrd the Democratic nominee for Mayor of Cambridge is goodmandent of affairs He made a briRunt record as Alderman In the University city Mr Alyward is a law yer He is also a devout Catholic and prominent in all Catholic affairs Mayor James B Casey has been renominated in Lowell as expected and he probably will bt reelected without any great difficulty for his record is unimpeachable and unac HI liable He had severalI hard con lets against corruption and loalmonopoly hut he always won out polieo mange by defeating him for ronomi nation but he defeated the members li their own wart There are mor + nominations of onlyini t r New England provlrr agtiiii that till descendants of th Puritans not only recognize Irish Amerkans as able officials in the highest offices but also so far removed from cor mnnythousanl1shave to pay taxes In many in stances too these nominees are against monopolies that charge exorbitant rates for all municipal needs belIeo gratifying justiceincorruptibleVery over to learn that their Protestant fellow citizens deem them worthy of trust and have appointed them to noblerthings INCREASFD SALARIES The salaries of the engineer and firemen at the City Hall were in creased at the meeting of tine Gen eral Council this week and those employes are deeply grateful to Councilmen Bennett to whom is largely due the credit for the passage of the ordinance There is a strong and growing sentiment in favor of increasing the pay of the police and firemen and the question may be introduced at any meeting of the council PAlEWEtL BANQUET Rey Leo fanzflttl who for the past two years has been head of Cincinnati School of Solmee Chant severed hte connection with tine die clean mualc commission last Satur darA farewell reception and ban rn 0- U II quet was tendered him nt the ing Hotel by members of the famomnii dral choir He left Conception Mo where the Benedictine Abbey Is real cradle of Solesmes chant in the West After a brief stay in St Louis Chicago and Milwaukee Prof Man zettl will start for the East where he will take up similar duties as iIn Cincinnati either In New York or Boston ATTORNEY CONKLING Will Be the MovingI Spirit of Trinity Council Next Year Trinity Council Y M I held a large and enthusiastic meeting Monday night the annual election bring ing out many who had been irregular attendants When the ballots had been counted Joseph E Conkltng one of the best known young law i yers In the city Vas declared the yearssucceeding Albert F Martin now Grand President of the Kentucky jurisdiction Attorney Conklings election means an energetic and pro gressive administration and the com pletion of the newt club house on Baxter avenue Following is the list of officers clectedII I Iresldent Joseph 33 Conkling First Vice President John Cunniffe Second Vice President Edward J hosier Recording Secretary John Klap heke jICorresponding Secretary Con J Lane JUnpfheke Treasurer Edward Wulf Miirsluil Hobert K melt l Inside Sentinel Edward Flynn Outside Sentinel Lous Miller Collector Frank C Iilson Executive Committee John J Barry Adam G Schneider James B Kelly Edward Kelty Dr B J Lam fliers Two members who had been on the sick list were reported improving and the President vas directed to bYIlawlIMonday to some other night that would better suit the members This change will be reported next Monday night and voted upon at the succeed ing meeting The members are elated and give the new administration promise of hearty support during the coming year RECENT DEATHS I Tine funeral of Mrs Mary McClurk n pioneer resident of New Albany took place Tuesdn morning from Holy Trinity churcfiT Bev fat ncr Cumin officiating nt the solemn services Deceased is survived by one son who lives in llsI1eII Though dead n year the memory of little Tames Joseph Burke was not forgotten by the bereaved parents John and Mary Burke 1220 Seventh street The anniversary of tine sad event occurred this week and was observed with prayer and services for the repose o his soulII John MeNulty aged slxtythrce for many years an industrious and respected resident of the West land1 I died early Sunday morning at hs mime 1921 Baird street after a short illness Besides his wife three sons Tames John and Edward McXulty survive him The funeral took place Tuesday morning from St Tatrlcks church Deceased was a native of Ireland but the greater part of his life was spent in this city James McTighe sixty years of age and long a resident of Limerick died last Saturday afternoon at his home 1210 Seventh street after a short illness of pneumonia For years he held the position of car Inspector for the Louisville Nashville railroad and was widely known and highly respected Besides his widow four Sons and a daughter survive him The funeral took place Monday from St Louis Bertrnnds church with a solemn mass of requiem for the repose Of his soul John Shaughnessy for many years employed by the Pennsylvania Rail road Company died early Wednesday morning after a short illness at his home 1449 Seventeenth street He was a native of Ireland but had lived here for about fifty years and was the father of an interesting family Beside his wife and daugh ter Miss Elizabeth Shaughnessy he leaves five sons James George Ed ward and Louis Shaughnessy Deceased was a devout member of the Sacred Heart church and the large attendance at his funeral there Friday morning and the words of Father Walsh were a worthy tribute to his memory THIEMANN PROMOTED Tho Board of Directors of the Southern National Bank this week elected Henry Thieman to the posi tion of cashier and they are cer tainly to bo commended for the wis dom of their selection Few bank of ficials have a wider acquaintance and among the young bankers few mare had a longer service Beginning as a runner in the Farmers and Drovers Bank he rose step by step until he become assistant cashier and when the Farmers and Drovers was absorbed by the Southern Na tional Mr Thlemann became a part of the new institution For more than thirty yeas he has been with one institution or its successor and his wide acquaintance unwavering courtesy and genial consideration of those who have deal wlth him mss gives him a large and enthusiastic following wino rive glad that lie has now ascended torso high a place on the financial ladder r 1 n aP i ROOSEVELT Declares For More SuitableI Laws Regulating Marriage and Divorce State or Federal Arbitration For Dlfjmtert Between Labor and Onpitnl Drastic and Thoroughgoing Child Labor Law Should Bo i Enacted POINTS IN MESSAGE TO CONGRESS I President Roosevelts message read in Congress on Tuesday is a State document of more remarkable strength and force than length and deals fully and fairly with the great problems now confronting the Amer jtcnn people Urging Congress to safeguard the home by the enactment of laws regulating marriage and diyorcc the President says- I am well aware of how difficult it is to pass a constitutional amend uncut Nevertheless in my judgment the whole question of marriage and divorce should be relegated to the authority of the national Congress At present the wide differences in the laws of the different States on this subject result in scandals and abuses and surely there is nothing so vitally essential to the wellfare of the nation nothing around which the nation should so bend itself to throw every safeguard as the home life of the average citizen The change would be good from every standpoint In particular it would be good because it would confer on the Congress the power at onco to deal radically and efficiently with polygamy and this should be done whether or not marriage and divorce are dealt with It is neither safe nor proper to leave the question of poly pomy to 10 dealt with by the several States Power to deal with it should be conferred on the national Government When home ties are loosened when men and women cease to regard a worthy family life with all its duties fully performer and all its responsibilities lived up to as the life best llvlnir then evil days for the commonwealth are at hand There are regions in our land and classes of our population where the birth rate has sunk below the death rate Surely it should need no demonstra than to whoa that willful sterility from the standpoint of the nation Iin the standpoint of the human race the one sin for which the penalty is national death race death a sin for which there is no atone ment n sin which is the more dread ful exactly in proportion ns the men and women guilty thereof are in other respects in character and bod ily and mental powers those whom the sake of the State it would 1101well to see the lathers and moth ers of many healthy children well brought up in homes made happy by their presence No man no woman can shirk the primary duties of life whether for love of ease and pleasure or for any other cause and retain his or her selfrespect The President treats exhaustively the relations between capital and la bor with the recommendation thatI some measure should be enacted looking to the curbing of the base teachings of one and the greed and avarice of the other and suggests the following method for settling disputesIn age of great corporate and labor combinations neither employ ers nor employes should be left completely at the mercy of the stronger party to a dispute regardless of the righteousness of their respective claims The proposed measure would be in the line of securing recognition of the fact that In many strikes the public has itself an interest which can not wisely be disregarded an interest not merely of general con venience for the question of a just and proper public policy must also be considered In all legislation of this kind it is well to advance cautiously testing each step by the act ual results the sep proposed can surely be taken for the uiclflon of the commission would not bind the parties in legal fashion and yet would give a chance for public opin ion to crystallize and thus to exert its full force for the right President Roosevelt commends the eight hour work day and in asking that a drastic and thoroughgoing child labor law should be enacted has this to say Time Congress at its last session wisely provided for a truant court for the District of Columbia a marked step in advance on time path of properly for the children Let me again urge that tine Congress provide for a thorough investigation of the conditions of child labor and of the labor of women in the United States More and more our people are growing to recognize the fact that the questions which are not merely of industrial but of social importance outweigh all others and these two questions most emphatically come in the category of those which effect In the most farreach ing way the home life of tho nation The horrors incident to the employment of young children in factories or at work anywhere are a blot on our civilization It Is true that each State must ultimately settle the question in its own way but a thor ought official investigation of the matter with the results published broadcast would greatly help toward arousing tine public conscience and securing unity of State action in the matter There is however one law tin the subject which should be en acted immediately because there is noneed for an investigation in ref u l 0Iu no n- l 9- s rRiffi t d erenee thereto and the failure t enact it is discreditable to the Na0I tunal Govni ninent A drastic ain I thoroughgoing childlabor law shout l he enacted for the District of Colum bla and the Territories ALL STONG MEN A Big Meeting of Knights of Columbus and Annual Election The Knights of Columbus turne out strong Wednesday evening over 300 members being present to par ticipate in the election of officersI and the business of the meeting which did not adjourn until midnight Louisville Council is conceded to bone of the best in the United States and everywhere the news of the UDohertyGrand as more than ordinary satisfaction In honoring the Judge our local Knights honored themselves When the re suIt of the ballot was announced tine following were declared elected Grand Knight Judge Matt ODo hertyDeputy Grand Knight Walter P LincolnSecretaryJ J Flynn Treasurer Harry A Apllng Lecturer P II Callahan Chancellor John Doyle Trustee Henry Thiemann AdvocateTames OConnor Warden Henry Klaphcke ColganOutside REV FATHER RAFFO I Will Address Quartely Meeting of Vlnccntlans To morrow Tomorrow morning the various conferences of the St Vicent de Paul Society will approach holy commu nion at their respective churches and in the afternoon there will be a general meeting In St Francis Halt at the Cathedral This Is the regular Vincent ian quarterly meeting and the last for the year 1900 and the fact that tier Charles P Raffo pastor of St Charles Borromeo church will deliver the principal address insures n large attendance President James Campbell and Secre tary John Doyle will have several in teresting reports to read and there will be a review of the work of the past year The meeting will be called at 3 oclock sharp in order that n seasonable adjournment may be lint Quite a number of new mem bers will be received and with no little interest is awaited the reports that will show which conference is making most progress INITAT10N Hibernians Will Confer De grees Sunday Decem ber 16 Under the direction of tine Jeffer son county degree team the hi her nians of Louisville will have a big Initiation on Sunday afternoon De cember 10 for which Magistrate Patrick T Sullivan and associates are making great preparation This will be the closing event of the pres ent year in local iliberntan circles which It is hoped will be made memorable and add largely to the ranks of the order The County Board and the four divisions are deeply Interested In this initiation the first that has taken place for many months notwithstand ing that new members have been elected at almost every meeting Each division will send out notices to candidates and members und those who have presented names are expected to see and accompany the applicants to Hibernian Hall that day With the advent of the new County Board next month it is ex pected that quarterly Initiations will be instituted as an earnest endeavor will be made to double the member ship in this county before the next national convention OOT IN BAD Upon advices from Rev Father Rossmann pastor of the Sacred Heart church of Wheeling C 0 Duffy from Owensboro Ky was taken into custody by the police at the Washington Hotel at Ports mouth Ohio last Saturday night charged with embezzling funds solicited for advertisements for a fake book explaining the sacraments which purported to be circulated among Catholics only Collections were made but no books forthcom ing At Wheeling it is claimed Puffy got away with several hundred dollars Father Rossmann notified neighboring priests and as soon as he appeared there the police were notified When Duffy registered at the hotel he asked to be assigned a room near the fire escape claiming he had a narrow escape at the Frisco earthquake From letters it is found that ho has a family nt Owensboro where he is believed to be well con nected WELCOME SHOWER The good friends of Rev Father Kalaher pastor of the Catholic church just completed on West Mar ket street assembled at his little rectory Wednesday and treated him to an unexpected but nevertheless welcome shower They came from aU parts of the city and upon their theyhadllhoWJredthing to furnish his residence r PEACEdI Now Reigns In the Ranks of Organized Labor in Kentucky Long and Harmonious State Convention fold Here Weekd Calvin Wyatt Directed Pro ceeding as Representative of President Gompors PLEASANT BANQUET AT GALT HOUSE ICentuckyStllte beeninthe clo theStateguests personallyIsltlng whatbranchrepresented whether it orthewere all made weelcome and received on the level It is highly creditable to Louisville that she is free from the turmoil which prevails in labor circles in lAtOtltIfomnseKentuckyState Monda present Attorney Mayorsaidwithganized and or official business representativesunionswlrepleasuresettlement necessity Merchants manufacturers profes sional and business men of all shadesOf sotdownoiorganized teneethattheycausewasAmericanbetterwIlYIouislIIe totoastsJudgeTohnAthertonOnsCronk BulllttThe convert Monday morning in Germa delegseatedV prominent AFedlratlon oneLestlabor leathers in PennR conserve proceedof1 rlpresertheuompiwhoKentutcaseJllfflUIfvearconventMr Wvn delegatthathpartialhoneharmonndFedItlonprollerposl1l0nThe derotntoconslderltlon waUeredisplntinlawstitbatestheivlewamalienepressionehangweretportaneewereadonxift impusabletroubleReports XetllekIn irtaisplendid progress and that whet tie eIght tinprinters bnobetweencapitalThoelectionJJIJate tot NEWS FROM ROME Statements Sent American Press Are Mere Guesswork The fromRomeAmerican ridionlouiOne ICdeclaredulugPOIwillconsltorlesDecemberAnother dliverUappointment1 resldCltlnlCanadianandNlwfoundl31111Monday orthatcor toDecembertcmslDolloseph reeelvtheThen comes the following which 1U manbeenStatRailroadorders to reconstruct tine Popes rail toad carriage This car has not bccu used since 1870 It isa special car ridge with gilded angels afe the You corners In each side there in r portable altar and the upholBterlhgs are of white velvet This news it erstantIJienn7thati Vatican l o r T IRISH RIOAN p KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflU IHIMINIMIIMNMWM elated te the Moral end Soolil AdYsmcememt et oil bleb AmerlcasB KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH EftSI tUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 3c Entered at the Louisville Postofflce as Socoad Class Matter Ulllun CoBonnlatlonitotht KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN3Z6 West Green Street UNION TRADES LABEL COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KYSATURDAY DECEMBER 8 1906 LIVING TRUTHS rHon Edward J McDcrmott in his lecture Tuesday evening before the faculty and students of Notre Dame University gave utterance to truths that made a decided impression upon his hearers lie urged upon the stu dents that education is not only gett- Ing knowledge but mental and moral discipline that its chief benefit is in improving our judgment and our will power and in giving us skill and quickness and certainty in solving the many problems that confront us in life He showed that not only Car inal Newman and other great leaders of the church but also famous non Catholics like Herbert Spencer and Schdppenlmuer have proven that knowledge does not make us good that we may know what is right and do what is wrong that we must not only improve the head but also the heart and the will He said that the best investment that can be made M4 for a boy is an investment in him selfan Investment in his education nn investment that makes him a- more valuable person that a bo- yshould be sent to the best college that could be foundthat is the best for his mind and his morals Mr McDermott pointed out that some college men fail because they hove too much false pride and want t0 begin at the top and because they dont keep up their studies and im provement and so fall behind hard workers who study and improve all the time and so make up for their disadvantages in the start from want of education that if such self mado men had had this advantage at first they would have done even better and their rise would have been faster He deprecated the mere reading of newspapers and novels and light books but insisted that such reading good enough in mod eration must be followed up with substantial and constant study of the great books of the world that not by reading many books but by reading the few immortal books over and over ugain is the mind most inv rch has always he con- an the mother of schools id universities and of ici and has been a safe wise iicbrruptible guide in religion norals She has stood the testes She still stands as the con five guardian of childhood and home of the Bible and Chris ty of education in the highest e of national liberity and the rights and duties of both capital labor CATHOLIC SCHOOLS atholics have heard and read ny expositions upon the motive of e Catholic school but none more Icious than that by Monsignor die rector of St Patricks Cathe ll New York What is the motive of these ools Msgr Lavello inquires ly do people not yet over JenecT with the worlds goods and snly eager for the betterment of ir condition elect to support a ntary system of education after ving paid their taxes to the regu rly organized system of the State to answer is this The Catholic schools are supported by c large body of earnest sincere Godfearing men who believe in their faith as they do in their life who arc anxious to see their faith stamped indelibly upon their children who fear that this faith and all faiths are liable to be weakened if not lost by an educa tion purely secular and who arc con vinced that by maldng this sacrifice of double taxation they are doing Mie very best possible for the welfare religion and morality and at thee time for the honor emulation solidifying of those institutions jse symbol is the royal red and lily white and the azure blue of Stars and Stripes Why do they eve this They dread on principle education of the head without heart They see more vice thane should be about them in high cs and in lowdrunkenness ntipusness dishonesty hate with its revolting sequels divorce ills alty anarchism faithlessness to St The records of casualties in foo- tnfOlthe season just closed ows that fourteen players were lled and 169 injured the seasonem icing only the months of Bepteni r October and November This A great improvement over the rev itsfofPvIouyea1s says the uvier salbelng a decrease fully 60 pr eeat due to the re ed rule4 vrhicsh do away with much lthe exoewrive roughness to which iu man j ccWent were formerly- u U due A still greater improvement would be to abolish the game alto gether thus avoiding such a fear ful loss of life and the injury of the great number noted above SecretaryTreasurer Wilson of the United Mine Workers who will repre sent the Fifteenth Pennsylvania district in the next Congress ran 7500 votes ahead of his own ticket over turning a normal majority of 5000 Thomas D Nichols a bonn fide coal miner was elected to represent the Tenth district of the same State reversing an adverse majority of 4000 and being elected by one of 5000 In addition to the above fif teen members of the United Min- eWorkers Union have been elected to the Pennsylvania State Legislature The outrages perpetrated at Princeton on Friday night of last week are n disgrace to that community and the State Mob violence and incendiarism never right wrongs and those who were guilty of the outrage should be apprehended and made to pay the penalty Texas Democrats arc after Senator Bailey and his reelection now seems doubtful The Attorney General charges him with having received loans fees and favors from the WatersPierce Company one of the corporations that the people of Texas have been fighting The Pure Food Commission now holding sessions at Seelbachs should not adjourn until they have fixed the standard between straight and blended whiskies This question af fects Kentucky now more than any other State Base ball writers say Tebeau has transferred his allegiance to Kansas City Unless this is true Louisville has no chance on the base ban map Today is the feast of the Immac ulate Conception and a holyday of obligation Masses will be celebrated in all our churches this mornIng WITH THE SICK Michael J Carroll well known in Hibernian and Catholic circles who has been ill for several weeks is making but slow progress toward recovery and on Thursday it was thought that he would have to un dergo an operation His friends will physlcianefeelVirgil Bohn with the BushKrebs Company was taken ill last week and is now confined to his home 2540 Bank street Thursday he was thoughthepostwithinFrank Wahle and John Schaefer WestEndillnessthatweeks and caused their relatives much uneasiness LOANED THEIR ORGAN The parishioners of the pretty lit tle new church at Thirtythird and Market streets of which the Rev Father pastorsurprisetomorrow has loaned the church its sweet toned organ until such time as the congregation can secure one of its own and when the good people of that neighborhood enter the church hereafter they will ge greeted by strains of music Father Kalaher is itislong until ho has a flourishing congregation KNIGHTS AND LADIES There was quite a reunion of the members of the Cathedral branch of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America in St Francis Hall on Mon day evening The meeting was very interesting and the election of offi cers resulted as follows PresIdentrMrs Mary Clines Vice President Mrs Will J Nor tonRecording Secretary Miss Teresa KieleyFinancial MaryWeisenbergTreasurer Mrs William Kaiser This is one of the pioneer branches of the C K and L of A and al though organized many years ago continues to grow in numbers PROMOTIONS George Reagan for several years the popular secretary to Traffic Man ager Compton of the Louisville Nashville railroad has ben promoted to the post of chief clerk to Vice President and Manager Smith of the Nashville Chattanooga St Louis NjUelsNj ire being congratulated upon their advancement GwM9 h o sg +law w lao r f- wLLoc1DYI Hugh Dalton and wife have been visiting friends in Evansville Miss Elizabeth Wentzell was host ess to her euchre club Monday even ing at her home in the West End Mrs Albert Simms and children are home from New Haven after a pleas ant visit with her father John Green well Miss Nettle Barry of Elizabeth town was this week the guest of Miss Mayme Hagan in South Louis yule John Nland has returned to his post with the Monon after being confined to his home for nearly a month Mr and Mrs Martin McGee had as their guests for Thanksgiving week Mr and Mrs J P McGee of Nelson county Miss Fannie Dermoay has returned to her home in South Louisville after n weeks visit with friends in Clark county Ind The ninny friends of Mrs Paul thatsheGarvin Place Joseph Bywater and bride have re turned from their honeymoon trip and are residing at the Glenn home on the Boulevard Mrs Charles E Leary and daughter Claris of 2C02 Third street left last week for Verona to visit relatives until after the holidays Miss Nellie Orr has returned from ElIzabethtown where she spent the Thanksgiving holidays as the guest of Miss Maggie Martin Miss Mary Kearn will entertain the Mistletoe Club on hursday evening December 20 when the Misses John son will be the guests of honor Thomas McSwccney a leading citi zen of Newark Ohio is here for a visit of several weeks with his cousin Undertaker Thomas Keenan West Market street Stephen Sheehan residing on Todd street and prominent in Hibernian circles was taken ill the first part of the week and for several days was unable toe his home Mrs Tony Norton arrived here Wednesday fom Pittsburg to spend the holidays with her parents on West Chestnut street Later she will be joined by her husband Little Ethel May Tuell daughter of Prof Elmer Tuell who has been ill with typhoid fever at the family residence 2451 Dank street is rev ported in a much improved condition Mr and Mrs Sam Dant entertained SylvesterRapierand Miss Lucille Greenwell of New spendTllanksgivlng Misses Clara Maude and Rose Her bert of Twentyfourth strret enter tained the West End Young Ladies eveningAfterto vocal and strumental music John Barry and bride who have been spending their honeymoon in New York and the East arrived homo Thursday evening and are re ceiving the congratulations of their friends at their residence G33 West St Catherine street Patrick J Nelligan the well known West End contractor who has been ill and unable to leave his home on Portland avenue for several weeks is reported much Improved His friends will be glad to learn that it is thought he will be able to be out again next week Albert Carraro and bride who was Miss Lillian Uhl have gone to house keeping at 954 East Green street where they are receiving the congratulations of their friends Their marriage was a very quiet one and the news was a surprise to all but a few who were in the secret Joseph Katterer and Miss Anna Killian well known and popular resi dents of New tinny were united in the holy bonds of wedlock Saturday morning at St Marys church Rev Father Borries performing the ceremony Friends of the couple were present in numbers to tender con gratulations AMUSEMENTS The Buckingham promises a dainty and delightful show next week with the High School Girls and the added attraction Hilda Carla and her twelve cadets An olio of merit will complete a good bill starringthisespeciallyall of next week This new play is entitled The Girl Who Looks Like unusuallyinteresting mirably suit the talents of Miss Os terman spectacular nets to Hopkins Theater The bill is headed by the OKabe troupe of jugglerstheraNelson the Nichols Sisters the RingEckhoff eyFrank MacauleysthoWednesday matinee in his big musi Dl11eThIsThe last half of the week with Saturday matinee brings Tim Murphy in a comedyOldent d character actor is at his best STEWED PRUNES Here is a prize recipe for stewed pruiies given by a California fruit prunesiOwater and allow to stand overnight FUmnier over a slow fires until tender Do not put in eny sugar unjil be fore the prunes are done n 1 rj rr 1 J1J JllIMI M1if lJI I II lItmlII lIt ml A1PIATOI FOR THE ENTERTAINMENT OFIfIf II IIChristmas Day Guests It III sourceUU HOLIDAYS are always occasions when the great value of a Piano as a of Home Entertainment is made manifest Particularly is this true of Christ mas for a Piano in the home on Christmas will introduce a note of gaiety into II- tt the celebration and relieve the hostess of much of the burden of eqtertaining ln Why not begin your enjoyment of a Piano with Christmas and thus havess instrument on hand for all subsequent Holidays andto produce amusementmthe long winter evenings A moderate down payment will give imme m jlljllthe produce possession of the following makes which are the best that money and skill UU U I Chickering Sons Schubert Decker Sons Marshall Wendell UII IIIIIIHaines Bros Armstrong f Sterling Foster Co j Pianos Specially Pricedjj II For the Holidays I We Can Save You 50 to 75 mt mWe are also sole representatives m for the SohmerCecilian Fer nnrandCecilian Pianos Cecilian nnPiano Player 111 ii MontenegroRiehm Music Co I I 628630 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky II = Ia = fiRii a HINTS ON STYLE race neckwear of all sorts remains nn Important factor in the fashion situation this winter Fashionable New York women have taken to wearing large veils of Chantilly lace in black or brown Blondes should avoid the lighter shades of blue which are apt to give an ashy hue to the complexion A great deal of moire is used this winter for visiting and evening gowns especially for the perennial favorite the trained princess gown Stripes plaids and checits are literally all the rage for general weal for young girls Plain materials are seen almost entirely in the dressy suitsMink and all its imitations have proven to be the popular furs of the winter Among the cheaper varieties coney furs heve been in strong de mand Capes are the very latest style again Plaids checks tweeds chew iot broadcloth kersey doublefaced materials etc can be used for mak ing them The jumper and pinafore waists as they are variously called still hold their popularity While this is youthful style it is not con finedo young girls In the collar line rtichings are playing n very considerable part this season many of the prettiest and newest effects showing a ruch Ing nt least at the top Moraboul boas are extremely sty J ish for evening wear all winter UJie marabout possesses the great advan tage over the ostrich of not getting uncurled in damp weather Brunettes can not wear blue be comingly since this shade when shmlowed by a yellow skin enters into u composition of green nnd the tanniness of the complexion is in creased Fashionable modistes are making up quantities of comparatively simple costumes in worsteds cloths and silks with lingerie gulmpe and sleeves Many simple plaids of serge weave arts being used for this pur poseA new fashion in walling hats Is rtitlnr n rakish model with small or medium Sized brim This is very similar to the soft felts worn by men save that the them rl ably a soft crush and un boundGreen is a dangerous color for walefairwear reel us it heightens the effect of brune beauty Yellow is highly becoming to the pale brunette also and especially by gaslight PR rose LECTURE For the past two years members ot the Young Mens Instiute have boon desirous of giving a public lecture for the Catholics of Louisville but for various reasons it was deemed vhenlMessrsCouncil were named a special committee to arrange for such a lecture in the near future Those gentlemen are now in correspondence withI orators of national fame whom they expect to bring here As soon as the selection is made aad the date set announcement will bcI made ia these edlnmas j DONT WAIT but come at once and see the largest selection of FURNITURE of all kinds in the city WmFMayer 119 WEST MARKET ST TELEPHONE 28- 63SOWDERS FISH CO PORNO PURE OYSTERS s WATER NO PRESERVATIVE 151 W JEFFERSON ST Comb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CREAM CO MANUFACTURERS OP PUREJCE CREAM ANDSHERBET 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 e lower price than our competi tors 627633 EIGHTH ST It It It It It It H C THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenut 261 W J flirwnSt Both Telephones 108O All orders receive prompt attentionend satisfaction guaranteed SMALLEST CHURCH The Catholic church oi P non Mex leo is said to be the smallest Jn the world It serves us place of woe ship for the entire population of the village aL1JAi u FURS AND COATS Its our aim to close out every Fur andrLadies Coat in ourhouse by Christmas eve We are not going to wait until after the holidays to cut the price We make the cut right now when this saving will do you most good FURS I for Black Coney Scarf 98c quality Iinack Coney Scarf 125 qaulity Iinackfo Coney Scarf 225 I Ii Brown r Coney Scarf 3 00 In1ISpussum Scarf 650 I In1i 598qqualItvI n Black Coney Muffs 200 quality for I Brown Pillow Muffs 250 I forI Muffs 500 I forIErmine Sets 350 j forj for Angora Sets 69C CliS X176 X250X498 T 150 1 198 398 250 100 Factory 415417 Second II Rio LADIES COATS Ladies Tourist Coats iu pretty plaids mixtures values up to land I Ladles Coats in Kerseys plaids and fancy mixtures all this seasons popular I one prices7sCoats made from fine qualityI ILadlesin handsome trimmed and neat styles You will find them the greatest values ever offered I for the price I Childrens Coats in a great variety of makes and in plain colors land fancy mixtures values up to 400 all go at one priceI 498 12 fabrics 298 1 GATHOPSEIGHTH AND MARKET STS 1t HHIlt r rfIr r r IH I r I r r rH r lrrH+H M TELEPHONE CUSCADEN For pure Ice Cream and Ices in all designs and flavors Orders shipped to all railway stations Special rates for large orders Charlotte Russe in bowls 35c 50c 75c and 100 We have 12 wagons and horses 4 phones For prompt delivery call HOME AND CUMB 518 and 584 iI1 r ItIIWIr Hr r 1 r r r+H r J r r il Hr r ASK FOR FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7569 CUMB PHONE WEST 69 I u J- ii 11- ry r L ONlUCKY JllottI3 OA1V HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 JuJe BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 83S East JtIai11 Street 4MM UM + + + + + + ++ t ++ MM + + + MM + + + + + D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS tAll Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night t 1231 WEST MARE ET STREET jII I I I I Oran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 I I I I J J I J I I I J I I J J J J J J I J I I J I I J I I I J J J I I I I I t I J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS c H STREETShort+ J 11111111111 J 11I1 N l11 f I3tt1IiI I ENOS SPENCER Presldent I and Expert 6eoouatanL Ifi HOURS8TO6 rUtIoII Nah BMt LOUISYLLEKYBusiness College r COrSVNDAYSI DONT YOU WANT f Good Dental work done for the least money Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just we advertise All work guaranteed DR H1J COUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH AVENUE opp JaG Lewis Co PIIIR M ANDRWI 8 8018 WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repakllg alii Rubber Tire 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET HENRY AJPPULSED- YE U AND CLEANER lades and Gents Wearing Apptrll WORK GUARANTEED Ptsee 2633 521 Fifth Street 0e- J Educates Young People I For Business Good Employment and Succo CALL on WMTC rOil niL INrONUATIOH iv 4 as C d t PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville hospitalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA nERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jeltergonvllle 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 Kentucky Wall Plaster Co BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook and River Louisville Ky Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plas ter Plant Jeffersonville Ind Phone 555 I Ali the new Winter styles andsshape can be found here at reasonable prices uUU i HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Put WeekQeneral- News Notes Division 2 of East Boston is prc for a two weeks fair to beparing the latetr part of Jondory Start the new year in your division by bringing in at least one new mem ber That is the way to build up the order All the divisions in St Paul in cluding the Ladies Auxiliary arc actively engaged in obtaining funds for the proper conducting of their coming festival I Illbernlan81goes mother than whom there was no better nor more patriotic Irishwomen I in this city Every member of Division 1 should attend the meeting next Tuesday night The annual election of offi I importantbusiness I will have some news that willl interest every Hibernian in this city I There should be a big turnout at tho meeting of Division 4 next stronfiest11 be surprising if there is not some thlngdoing Officers will be elected for the coming year and action may then be taken looking toward a meet ing place nearer to Limerick The matter of furnishing Irish his tory to the parochial schools of Duluth Minn has been taken up by Division 1 of that city The inten tion is to supply a complete set of books on Ireland and have the schol ars devote a part of their time to its study Then scholarship prizes will studyitUndoubtedly the most elaborate re ception and ball ever held in Hart ford Conn under the auspices of a grandfunctionthe Footguard Armory on the even ing of January 10 State officers members of the State government and church dignitaries will be pres ent The National Board is in session at the Savoy Hotel in New Yor City As this is the first time that a meeting of the National Board has been held in that city for twenty years the local body emphasized the meetinglastBoard will entertain the national of ficers with a banquet at Healys The initiation that will take plane on Sunday December 10 should be made a fitting close to the work of the year 1006 There is not a divis ion in this city that has not n number of candidates awaiting the hon ors of the order and it should be the pleasure of the officers and mem bers to bring all such to this initia tion Hibernian Hall shoo d be crowded that day as the State and county officers will be preen ns special guests thoblessing toStDel by members of Division 3 The statue which was imported from SacredHeartrounded with flowers The Hiber andtheattended in a body Children of the aprpoprlatellCampbellpastoreloquent sermon on the life of St thefinestI HANDS OVER NICE CHECK Popular among the young people of the city is the Mackln Council So cial Club which has been giving re ception dances nt the club house or Twentysixth street during the fall months They hove now been Ills contlnue because of the season of Advent and wll not be resumed un nightthethe presentation of a check for a tidy sum of money which will mate rially assist in the purchase of new expressedits continue ments where the young people of happyevenings GILMORE CONCERT The Patrick Sarsfield Gilmore tes timonial concert and jubilee at Cin cinnati tomorrow night has attracted givenfordaughter of the late bandmaster with whose name so many mammoth musical band festivals in this coun try have been associated Two hun dred Cincinnati musicians of the American Federation have volun teeredy their services for this con boheardTelllngHymnTis of Thee and The Last nose of Summer CHANOe FOR BETTER During the past few days there has been n marled improvement In the condition of Capt Thomas Maher Chief of Detectives who was last week taken to St Anthonys llos pital suffering from stomach and theChiefi now thought that with proper rent I I it will not be long until he is again restored to perfect health BACK ON DUTY Lieut Edward Heffernan reported for duty Wednesday at Central Police Station after an absence of two weeks which was due to his illness While he has not entirely recovered Lieut Heffernan is practically and his condition is such that hewellII beIforeand for several days his condition was very serious 1- II Q 0- r 1 riq Mens 15arid 18 Suits an- Overcoats Special at 50I LEVYS THIRD AND MARKET SHORTHAND ADVERTISING TELEGRAPHY COMMERCIAL LAW specialIstsThe student Is given personal individual train adkvantages offered by the TRUMAN SYSTEM are Thlaistheahortestcheapestandbest tM fExpert Accountant 551 Fourth Ave- nue7lRCAULEYS Monday Tuesday and Wednesday evenings and Wednesday matinee FRANK DANIELS In Sergeant Brue Thursday Friday and Satnrday evenings and Saturday matinee TIM MURPHY In 11014 Innocence HOPKINSHIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE TWO SHOWS DAILY Weak Beginning Sunday Dec 9 OKabe Japanese Troupe Foremost Oriental Jugglersund Tumbler lllckey Nelson Presenting Twisted and Tangled The Nichols Sisters Kentucky KlngsorComedyMagichearing Eckhoff and Gordon the musical laugh makers Miss Lillian Ashley story teller and mimic the Klnodrome ever popular views PHICESEvenlng 10 to 75 cents Matinee Best Seat In House 25 cents H u BUCKINGHAMMATINEE WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY DEC 9 A BMZING SUNBURST OP BEAUTY THE DASHING High School Girls Special added attraction HILDE CARLA and her Red Raven Cadets Startling and sensational but exquisitely beautiful KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS I i I Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Boston Chapter has engaged tho Tremont Theater for the wek of Jan production Three priests Rev Father Welbers Coma and Wareing became third degree Knights at the recent initiation held at San Antonio State Deputy John Martin of Green Bay has organized a council at Stevens Point Mich with IJ char ter membership of about fifty Cathollce Of Phoenix Ariz are planning to establish a council in that city Flagstaff Bisbee and Prescott have flourishing councils At a recent meeting of the council nt Newport II L the third degree was conferred on a clas of fifty can didates District Deputy John Sulli van officiating for the first time The military companies and divis arranging day on March 17 Delegates from the united divisions met last Sunday to take the initiatory steps for tho proper observance of the day New Hampshire Knights witnessed a pleasing exemplification of the third degree at Manchester on Thanksgiving day The local council and visiting members attended mass at St Annes Rev John Lyons preaching the sermon and then returned to the hall where a collation was served and the work perfprmed A pretty feature at the recent byBaltimorodance in which the dancers both ladles and gentlemen were masked the hall being darkened and various colored lights being played on the dancers There were live figures in the cotillon which was led by Frank J Walsh I1f 1n little VInegar be kept boiling Ion the stove while onions or cabbage are cooking it will prevent the dis agreeable odor going through the house iiJlJi i IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges I ITherc is a movement on foot to I the streets of Shercock atI nightThe I I ConInollyof Monnghnn who belonged to nn old family that was universally re spected in the town A destructive fire occurred at the meal and flour mills of Messrs Stew art Sons at Coalisland County Tyrone when damage to the amount of 100000 was done A fire broke out on Sunday in the Catholic chapel at the Curragh camp and considerable damage was done to the roof One of the massess was celebrated in the open airCompensation was awarded to a number of Catholic householders at the Banbridge quarter sessions in Down for damage done to their dwellings during the recent Orange riot at Gilford At the Midlcton quarter sessions John Murray builder and contractor applied for and obtained compensa tion for malicious damage to the pedestal of the Father ONeill monu ment in Green Park Youghal A beautiful memorial is being erected to the late Monsignor OLav erty in front of St Columbkilles church at llolywood County Down It consists of a cross on an elevated base fifteen feet high of Irish stone chastely carved and chiselled Preaching lately at St Columbas church in aid of the schools erected within tho church grounds the Most Rev Dr Clancy Bishop of Elphin dealt at length with the evil results following the exclusion of tho re ligious element from education The Irish lace school under the care of the Sisters of Charity at Tubbercurry County Sligo have been awarded a gold medal for the beauti ful laces exhibited by them at the recent Milan Exhibition This school also received a silver medal and diploma from the St Louis Exposi tion At the inquest held at Ncwtonbal regan on the body of Patrick Garvey the retired schoolmaster found un conscious on the public road and who died shortly after being removed Sellarsand1 resulted from a stroke of apoplexy suffered while deceased was on his way to Dundalk Daniel OConnells walking stick has been presented to the rector of Lisburn Antrim to be balloted for in aid of his bazar This relic of the Liberator is tho gift of Mon signor McCartan rector of Dromore to whom It passed as a gift from the late Bernard McNully of New castleonTyne England who had it given him in token of many services to Ireland by a number of Repealers The death of John C McDermott JP occurred recently at White gate County Clare McDermott was a lifelong Nationalist and has taken a prominent part in every popular movement since 1865 He was th first Chairman of the Scarlff Distric- Council and for many years a mem I ber of the Clare County Council IllsI I popularity was testified by the mense concourse of mourners from Clare and Gahvay that followed the remains to the cemetery at Clon rushThe Cork Industrial Exhibition was a great success and the knowledge which it has been the means of dif helpfulInengagedThetj goods is happily growing among the people Irish industrial exhibitions help to bring Irish manufacture- articles directly under the notice of the consumers and those held in Cork have it is admitted done much to create a more than local demand for such articles In spite of the efforts to check emigration from Ireland the returns for the nine months ending with September show a big increase Dur ing the first three months of the year there was a substantial decline I emigrantsbegan yearsThemonths is 30081 as compared with 26215 last year The increase is less povertystrickendistricts ous provinces Of the emigrants to America 8330 had their passages countrytheyoungIrishleft Ireland These figures would tend to prove that the steps thus far taJen to make Ireland attractive hits younger people have not been successful URSULINE NUN HONORFD Mother Augustine of the Urstillne Convent at Springfield 111 has been selected ns a member of the tlrsu line Council under the Mother Gen eral of the Ursullne nuns in Rome IRON RUST Nothing nets on iron rust in cloth BO quickie as lemon juice and salt Bo pure that the material Is well wet with the lemon and completely cover the spot with salt After rea sonable exposure to strong sunlight not n trace of rust will remain BLANKETS When blankets have become thin and unsightly from long use have them washed nut two or three to gether and cover them with pretty sateen to make ouilts Button down the quilts here and there mattress fashion to keep them in proper shape and finish off with a nice frill of sateen MOCK TURTLE SOUP Two quirts of water a pint of beans a small soup bone one pod of pepper six whole cloves Cook gently for four 110urSithen strain through a soup and boil ten minutes nave ready one hard boiled egg chopped fine and a thin slice of lemon in the tureen pour the u 0- S FRANK FEflR o lWING 601 Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY =DRINK Hofbrau Pilsen r Beer BREWED BY SENN Sc ACKERMAN SIZFi677I1 COltIPANYXNOORPORAXED TELEPHONE 4B2 r O7XfilVTX X IS MTV PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until proprely agad TELEPIIONE xo LiOrILouisviiie Brancn Fourteenth and jciierson Sj r ICumb Phone flaln 1913 IaTHEWIEDEMANNBREWING p Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent vwaf Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN F OERTELBUTC- HERTOAVN 9i t BREWERY x CREAM COMMON BEER AvenuetLOUISVILLEKYI r ASK ORa DIERSENS a BEERITelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE PFtrTicdor WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET KYI THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 AH nightCarriages 1225 W MARKET ST WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 4XS2 W GREEN SIO1 C 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thats why they are always in perfect working 1 MUSIC COe OCSSO13O FnURTII AVENUE seen in this city Diamonds Gold Watches Rings and Necklaces at most reasonable prices Call and see our display of 1i Suitable for Wedding and Holiday Presents Select Your Holiday Presents Now and We Will Reserve Them For You EYES TESTED FREE 530 West Market Street S8 8me Giias fte Rogers BOOK GO iPRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE R Give us a cal BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES IOF EVERY DESCRIPTION y 434 W Jeffiorson Street BANNON 4tI I IIFIFIIIII I I I IIII I I 11 I 11 I I I I I I I I I 11 Our Special Coffee at 3 Ibs for 50c- ii Never varying in quality continues to make new friends daily Pure and delicious A favorite everywhere Phone trial order MULLOY wesllMarkel or- derMONTENEQRORIEHM JEWELRYWe SILVERWARE BRUNN Jeweler JJKfinest COFFEE ROASTER tHomcPhont 1313 p14 v MARKICT NTRICBT J II 1 1 1 1 I 1 Hul 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 lu1 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 I I I I I I 1 I I 1 1 Ht ALBERT T 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3250 Book Cases 1250 to 3J3 Cardigan Jackets 2 to 475 Cigar Cases 50e to 3 I Collar and Cuff Sets 50c to 250 Cuff Buttons 23c to 2 Fancy Vests 1 to 350 Flannel Shirts 1 to 3 Garters lOc to 50e Handkerchiefs 5c to 75c Jersey Jackets 250 to 475 Mens Gloves 25c to 2 Mens Hosiery 12 l2o to 1 i Mufflers 50c to 4 Neckwear 50c to 150 Negligee Shirts 50c to 150 Night Shirts 50c tQ 1 Overalls 50c to OCc Pajamas 1 to 2 Shaving Sets 98c to 308 Smoking Sets 403 to 1350 Suspenders 25c to 3 Sweaters 50c to 4 Walters CoatsSOc to 51 White Vests 150 to 250 FOR WOMEN Heads lOc to 150 Beauty Pins lOc to 50c Beds 190 to 24 Belts 25c to 5 Belt Buckles 25c to 5 Bissels Curt Sweepers 100 to 450 Black Taffeta Silks per yard 30c to 150 i Black Woolen Dress Goods per yard 30c to 3 Box Couches 25c Bracelets 50c to 650 Brass Beds 1800 to 50 Carpet Rugs 950 to 60 Centrepieces 29c to 148 b Center Tables 135 to 16 Chairs lOc to 250 Chiffoniers 525 to 35 Childrens Umbrellas 44c to 1 China Cabinets 1250 to 50 i Clocks 75c to 6 Clock Shelves lOc to 75c Coats Short or Long 408 to 25 i Colored Woolen Dress Goods per yard 39c to 3 Combs lOc to 10 Comblnan Book Cases 1250 to 50 Couches 575 to Cuspidors lOc to 441 OFFICERS ELECTED Large and Harmonious Meet- Ing of Mackin Council- Tuesday Not for many years has Mackin Council held so quiet an election as that which took place Tuesday night when lien 7 Sand was the unanimous choice to succeed President Charles Itaidy who would not accept another term Only two officers Secretary Frank Adams and Treas urer Dan Weber were reelected the members of Mackin Council insisting that they serve another term The officers elected are capable men and make certain another progressive administration They are- PresidentBen T Sand First Vice President John T Kin neySecond Vice President Frank Lan nhan Recording SecretaryBen Reed GAdamsCorresponding Secretary Fred ZalmTreasurerDaniel Vf Weber HumphreyInside Andriot Outside SentinelGeorge Bartscli Executive Committee Clarence H Zook Thomas D Clines John Carr William Kerberg Martin Robinson Two applications were received and two members were elected Letters of sympathy were ordered sent Messrs James McTighe and John theirfnthcrproprlated 25 and placed the same tobebers of Mackin at the Sisters bazar LADIES ELECT Hibernian Auxiliary Still Con tinues to Grow In Members The Ladles Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians continues to grow in numbers initiations ink ing place every month at least splendid1 Seventhteenth and Main streets and after the initiation and much rou tine business the election of officers was gone into with the following reo sultsPresidentMiss Mary Sheridan Vice President Miss Elizabeth KingRecording Secretary Miss Rose Kelly Financial Secretary Jllas Dora MlcGinityTreaaurerMrs DoughertySergeantatArms FoleyThiswill continue the good work of the past year and the example they set might well be followed by the men of the order IRISH POPLIN Consul A TCt Moe wrlteri from nub lin that imitationti of Irish poplin goodeare being placed In many mar CJu Cut Glass Ware COc to 100 Dresser Scarfs 25c to 4 Davenports 20 to 35 Dining Tables 525 to 1950 Dining Chairs 50c to 525 Dinner Sets 508 to 49 Dress Skirts 193 to 20 Drawn Work Scarfs 50c to 750 Embroidery Scissors r 25o to 50c Fancy Box Paper lOc to 5 Fancy Pin Cushions 50c to 198 Fans 25c to 408 Fleece Lined Qloves 25c to 1 Fleece Lined Hose 10c to 50c Folding Beds 1350 to 35 Furs OSc to 25 Glove Boxes lOc to OSc Go Carts 149 to 30 Gold Rings SOc to 3 Hair Barrates 19c to 51 Hair Brushes 25c to 250 Hall Trees SOc to 675 Hand Bags 25c to 750 Handkerchiefs 5c to 250 Handkerchief Boxes lOc to OSc lint Pins lOc to 1 lint Hacks 6 to 45 Hearth Rugs OSc to 650 Hose Supporters lOc to 140 Infants Hose lOc to 50c Ink Stands 19c to 198 Jardinieres 25c to 450 Jardiniere and Pedestal 225 to 10 Jewelry Boxes 25c to 5 3501KnittingLace and Bobinet Red Sets 350 to 20I Lace Curtains per pair35c to 50 Lace Veils SOc to 5 Ladies Desks 750 to 23 Lamps 75c to 30 Laundry Bags 25c to 50c Library Tables 550 to 18 Lockets 50c to 350 Medicine Cabinets 60e to 650 Mirrors OSc to 5 Mittens lOc to 1 Music Cabinets 5 to 20 Music Rolls 25c to 850 Necklaces lOc to 6 Neckwear lOc to 5 Needle Books lOc to 75c Ornaments 5c to 20 Paper Cutters 25c to 98c Parlor Tables 125 to 20 Pedestals Furniture 275 to 18 Perfumes 10c to 5 Pictures lOc to 1098 Picture Frames 25c to fiOc Pillows 19c to 48c Puff Jars 25c to 2 oe 0SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION rrs 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tutu day Evenings of Each Month MutlorVice Clines Recording SecretaryThomas Kee nan Jr Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank lItree- tTreasurerCharles J Flnegan i SergeantatArnlsEdward Craddick DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Mont- hPresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentWilliam T Meehan TreasurerOwen Keiran LynchFinancla DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monda evenings of Each Month President Patrick J Welsh Vice President John Hennessv Recording Secretary Dennis J Cole man financial Secretary John G Hessiou 1714 Baird Treasurer George J Butler SergeantatArmsThomas Noon SentinelMartin Sheehan DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President John A Murphy Vice President Joseph L Lenihan Recording Secretary Prank P Burke Financial SecretaryEmmet OSulli van 1520 Seventh street TreasurerWilliam J Connelly SergeantratArms Robert Mitchell SentinelWilliam Anabro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLU Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County Preident Michael Kenney PresidentRobert Gleasoo VicePresident Michael Breen TreasurerLouis Constantine Recording Secretary J B Murphy Jr 9 Financial SecretaryJohn Kinne- ySergeantatarmsIobn E Murphy DoorkeeperEugene Constantine Banner CarrierTimothy Kinney Marshal Joan A Kennedy Y l x MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 630 Twentysixth Street PresidentCharles S Raidy First Vice PresidentLouis J Kieffer Second Vice President D Oliver Pat tonRecording Secretary John L Boland Corresponding Secretary Frank Lana hanFinancial Secretary Frank G Adams 2141 Rowan street- TrealurcorDanlel Weber Marshal JaraeaL Mmllarkey Inside Sentinel Charles Oswald Outside SentinelLdais Kineella kets and even in Ireland the quan tity of this imitation material ling grown so large that vigorous steps arc being taken to discourage the sale and require shopkeepers to state distinctly whether the poplin they are selling is genuine Irish or foreign make and under the term foreign Is included British manufacture t rl- U O- t7 Ii L D High Grade Goods at Popular Prices Purses 5c to 398 PraYer Books lOc to 298 iRibbons Ic to 5 Salad Bowls 25c to Sectional Bookcases 1775 to 3iShoes 150 to Shoes for Misses 125 to 250 Sideboards 750 to 70 Silk Hosiery 1 to 5 Silk Velvet 75c to 3 Silverware odd pieces COc to 12 upSlipperStamped Pillow Tops 25c to 50c Stationery 5c to 10 Table Covers 25c to 198 Tabourets 40c to 1JO Toilet Sets 3 pieces OSc to 10 Trunks 150 to 12 Umbrellas 50c to 12 Umbrella Stands BrlcaBrnc 150 to 325 Umbrella Stands Furniture 70c to 225 Wardrobes 850 to 50 Watches 423 to 20 Work Boxes 23c to 3 FOR CHILDREN iAir Ships SOc to 5 Books 5c to 98c Dolls 5c Doll Buggies 25c to upiDollGo carts 50c to Drums 25c to 1 Express Wagons 75c to 325 Fire Engines 10c to 298 Games 5c to 9Sc Hook and Ladder Wagons lOc to 298 Irish Malls 450 Loop the Loops 50c to 1 MotorCars 498 to 45 Roosevelt Bears 350 to Tinsel per yard 2c to 6iTree Ornaments 2c to Velocipedes 1 to 225 t TO WEAR Boys Shoes 150 to 3 Childrens Fur Sets 98c to 498 Childrens Cloaks 298 to 098 Childrens Hats OSc to 5 Infants Shoes 50c to 125 Little Gents Shoes 1 to 2 1493Shoes175Shols2Youths 0000000 NEW ALBANY Unity Council Out of Debt And Going to Build Big Hall Albnny duy night when the welcome news was Imparted that the organization was out of debt and that soon a hall would lie built tint would be the equalof any in that city Announce ment was made by President OHara that Sunday was the luniunlI coin whowillthatthemeetingandspirited semblnnceorargues the lncomingadministratimn followsChaplain DorriesPresident Fetter EdwardTighe arrickFinancial ZoellerJrTreasurer Mat Roth Marshall RalstonOutside John OH McBarronExecutive edanCharlesCheapCharles I mostearnestofficerWasTheoutlookbetterand II otherFallstowork theirIndiana COVINGTON Close of Great Mission Con ducted by knights of Columbus The most successful mlslon for non Covingtondiocese at St Aloysius church in Covlngton which was thronged every night dur ThoJnlghtsI auspices the mislon was conducted marched from their hall to the bodyThe LadlesCatholic thoSouthernlast week MIssLehr gave a recitation byMrsand Butler Cyril Ryan and Joe Ken lndMissBoscttaQuirkshort addresses were delivered by visitors from Cincinnati The death of James Toner R highly respected member of the Cathedral congregation caused widespread sor row throughout the city His funeral took place Monday morning end was verY largely attended U uf c tiu x t t It t t II I I t+ JAMES GREENE425 427 429 EAST MARKET STREET Furniture Stoves I IandTHE Ranges t PENINSULAR STOVES RETORTPENINSULAR I SMOKECONSU UNO HOT BLAST BURNER I IThis heater is unquestionably the smoke consuming hotblast slack burner ever made made of liningIash hearth foot rail top rail andre I illuminatingdoorNothing like it ever offered at H j10 THE PENINSULAR SMOKE CONSUMING DIRECT DRAFT HEATER Burns any kind of fuel Keeps fire all winter Its one of the most sat isfactory and scientifically constructed heaters on the market todayhas duo rlngjt10ubleNever sold in any store for less than 30j our price 20 i I II1 I f withft smoke consuming attachment Our bargain price t t t t t t t I I I 25jJ IFALL CARPETS AND RUGS In an almost endless assortment are the attractions at I Louisvilles Foremost Carpet Store I Qualities always reliable prices always ri- ghtHUBBUCHBROSI I 524 526 528 West Market Street i 5I BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA n WHISKYI- T J III i IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky U Jj t HEATING STOVES COALRANGESand COOK STOVES w Our assortment for this season is the choicest we have ever had and almost all of our stock is Home Manuf- actureOEHI3R SON 217 West Market Street I 4xS 53HS4 4x84xjx gKxj 34 11IHOTEL HOEMERHENRY Q HOEMER Proprietori I 15 and 17 West Twelfth St CINCINNATI I- jj Parties who intend visiting Cincinnati will find here every con J venience and comfort to be found in a modern and uptodate i hotel and at right prices Street cars pass hotel entrance i FIRSTCLASS CAFE IN CONNECTION Sx S 3x3 3xS 8 3xSS 3 0000000 DR J T CHA WKS Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSESHOEING Horses Celled For and Delivered Bot- poa= OFFICE INFIRMARY AND SHOEING FORGE 10071009 W BROADWAY The iiMASTERBREW Bottle Beers iiGilt Edge and Bohemian FOR SALE AT ALL LEADING CAFES THE JOHN KAUFFMAN BREWING CO 1622 AND 1628 VINE STREET CINCINNATI 01110 k CHAS W RATTERMANN Traveling Representative r H t t t t t t t It 1 tF1 1 f f I It tI rare wnnw AL CHAJIPOXUI 345 West Green XiXQUOKX OXQAKH UIII c- ro II- J 1- 3n