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V KENTucKY JRISII AMERICAN VOLUME XVIINO t26 LOUISVILLE SATURDA DECElIBER 291906 PRICE FIVE CENTS UNFOUNDED Were Rumors That Coadjuto Had Been Named For Thin Diocese Publication Created Intensea Surprise in Both Lay arid Clerical Clrclos M Special Cable From Koine Say No Such Step Was Taken OUR BISHOP IS HALE AND HEART r The announcement in the daily press during the past week that tIle Rev Joseph Chartrand rector of the Cathedral of Sts Peter and Paul at Indianapolis had been appointed Coadjutor to Right Rev Bishop Me Closkey was received by the Catho lics of Louisville and Kentucky with r feelings of intense surprise and in terest That such action would betaken without the knowledge of either clergy or laity seemed almost p impossible and the fact that Bishop McCloskey is hale and hearty not is performing every duty that per tans to his high office made doubt ful any semblance of truth in the story which spread every wllere with wonderful rapidity t At once representative Catholics and reporters for the local papers sought out Bishop McCloskey who knew nothing at all about the matter General Cronin was also seen 1Vicar1 information on thebut could give no subject nor could Rev Father Hill Secretary to the Bishop Upon what the rumor was founed is a mystery True it is that the venerable Bishop of Louisville has many and arduous duties resting upon him but they are all performed In regular order and in a most satisfactory manner Many Catholics would like to see him have a coadjutor to lighten his burden but there is little likelihood of sUch an appointment being made until the request emanates from nlshopc Closkey himself When that time ar rives the information will be Im parted to clergy and laity through the proper charnels and not anon mouslyThe Evening Post realizing the Inv terest taken in ths matters not only by all Catholics but by everyone 11 ing in the diocese mode a complete Investigation of the rumor Satur day the Evening Posts Washington correspondent saw Monsignor Fal conlo the Papal legate at Washing ton and that dignitary said he did not believe that anyouch step was contemplated On the same day Archbishop Moeller was communi cated with at Cincinnati and Bishop McCloskey was seen here Both stated that they believed the report to be unfounded- In addition to this the Post wired the Rev Father Chartrand at Indian apolis who lied been mentioned ns the probable coadjutor Bishop i Father Chartrand replied that he knew nothing of the report The re ceipt of the following cablegram di rect from Rome seems to finally settle the matter Dee 2JThe Evening Post Louis yule Ky Answering your cable con cerning the report that the Rev Chartrandof Indiana had been chosen as Coadjutor to Bishop Mc Closkey of Louisville Cardinal Gotti Prefect of the Propaganda Fide said today to YOW correspondent that as yet no steps had been taken by tlw Propaganda toward the appointment of a Coadjutor for the Louisville dio cese appolntelinlihood that the selection will be made outside the diocese Of course there ore a number of assistant Bishops manythinkMuldbon of Chicago who was edu eated at St Marys College In this State IMMIGRANTS Will Replace Child Labor In the Southern Cotton Mills The enforcement of the child labor laws recently enacted In the cotton manufacturing Southern States Is depleting the cotton mills of child operatives The removal of children from competition with adult labor Is also likely to result in a betterment of wages for mill labor To fill the places made vacant by the retiring Infants foreign countries have been called upon Fqr the first time in many years immigrants arenow landed at Charleston S C Numbers of employers are congregated in that city to capture the new arrivals and agents are abroad with a view to diverting immigration to the South t portGeorgia has cotton mills and manu facturing establishments scattered throughout Its entire area and thousands of people in that State are affected by the child labor laws Columbus with a String of large mills extending three miles along the Chattahoochee Ver is one of the cities most affected by the new legis lation Over 500+ children are forced out of theee mtllfl To accommodate the anticipated arrival of factory operatives and their families tam take r i JR- J the places of these children a smalll city has been built near the mills andl hundreds of cottages are now read for occupancy The Georgia child labor legislatloI may be credited directly to organizeI labor agitation and not many year will elapse before the beneficiarle t ot the law will be returning thanks for the greatly improved condition which arc sure to follow The law in its main features applying to children under fourteen years of ag will not go into effect until Januar 1 1008 though there Is a provisloi which must he complied with in lOOl as a prerequisite to the cmploymen of such a child Any child seeking work In a factory after January 1 1DOS must show that ho or she hai attended school at least twelve week during 1D07 six weeks of which mus have been consecutive Other provisions of the bill wild go Into effect immediately stipulati that no child under ten years of age shall be employed in any factor under any circumstances No child under twelve years of age shall be employed in a factory unless ia widowed mother or disabled father iis dependent upon the labor of tin child for support If such extreme conditions exist affidavits from tIll ordinary of the county must be kepi on file in the mill office certifying full particulars in each case Illiteracy among the cotton mill operatives of the South Is so common that Its absence Is noticeable Ver few of the mill children in Georgia have ever attended school The result Is that today throughout the State there are hundreds of adult workers who can not rend or write Under the provisions of the new law thousands of children under four teen years of age will have to leave the mills during the coming year for at least twelve weeks of school that operaties KASTS REIGN J What They Are DoinA For Catholic Knights and Ladles St Marys branch of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America known ns the Kast branch cele brateil the tenth anniversary of its organization at the last meeting and held the annual election of officers Time reports show that St Marys while not the largest is one of the most representative and reliable branches in Louisville It has enjoyed a steady growth since its tar stitution ten years ago and all the undertakings of the officers have been carried to a successful conclusion The Kasts have been among the hardest workers for this branch and have rendered invaluable serv ices In recognition of which the hi einbtJrS 0 Tfnre bT5StmTCdrKiTpTmthenv many offices On Sunday January 13 there will be a big meeting and reunion to which nil members of the orer are invited when there will be an impressive installation of the following officers Spiritual Director Rev Father Westerman President Andy Kast Vice President Isinll Rueff Recording Secretary Dr P S GanzFinancial Secretary Theresla Kast Treasurer Mary Bas- tSergeantatArmsMary Richards Sentinel Mary Schwarch Trustee one yearVal Kast Trustee two years Margaret Kast SACRED COLLEGE Presented Christmas Greet ings to the Holy Father on Monday The members of the Sacred College went in a bodj Monday to the Pope to present their Christmas greetings The Pontiff received them in his private library and conversed with all the distinguished prelates especially with Cardinal Qreglia dean of the college The chief topic of conversa tion was the situation in France The Pope said that the church will not flinch from the attitude it has taken no more concessions being possible but he hoped that the violence and persecution would soon result in bet ter times Addressing the Cardinals in an swer to their congratulations the Pope said lie was sorry he had no good news for them alluding to the situation of church affairs in France and said lie wished he and the whole Sacred College were in France to share in the persecution of the clergy He was consoled however by the solidarity of the French episcopacy and also by the npproba tion of the Bishops world and trusted in theultimate triumph of the church WILL DANCE MONDAY The Mackin Social Club will enter tain with a dance next Monday even Ing at Mackin Club house This will be strictly an invitational affair and those who attend can be assured of a select and sociable attendance The Mackin Social Club has had I prosperous year and heres our best wishes for more successes during the coming oneOLEESON MADE GOOD Dennis J Gleeson who occupies iuch an exalted position in the opln ions of the fair sex gladdened the hear ts of his many lady acquaintances by making each one a Christmas present of a five pound box ef took a fresh hold on his well canned sobriquet of the candy kid s- n n II- l SHELVED Education Dill Ostensibly Aimed at Church of England Schools But Would Have Confiscated l Those Built by Catholic Poor Catholic Growth In England an Affront to the Canting- Puritans STAND TAKEN BY THE IRISH PART Referring to time attitude of France toward the Catholic Church the Dun dalk Democrat has this to say of the present situation in England arising out of the recent education bill emasculated in the House of Lords and then withdrawn in the House of CommonsWhat rulers of France do in ihe name of atheism legislators nearer home are attempting in the name of religion Your Englishman has ever been a hypocrite When Henry VIII desired to act the part of a Royal Bluebeard and to seize upon the property of the Church in England he did it in the name of reformation The Catholic Church was not good enough for him inas much as it insisted that a man should Lave only one wife even though he was a king and that the divine com mand Thou shnU not steal applies equally to nations and Individuals whether they be longs or paupers When Cromwell butchered defenseless women and children In Drogheda and In Wexfbrd he did It in the name of religion and quoted texts from the Old Testament to justify his atroci ties And when in our day an attempt is made to rob the Catholic schools of England it is made not frankly as In France but hypocritically according to the English fash ion The steady growth of the Catholic Church in England is a standing affront to the modern suc cessors of Cromwells canting Purl tans We in Ireland have reason to detest the Nonconformist conscience In our own day it has cost us the greatest Irish leader of modern times nnd put back political prog Hiss in Ireland heaven knows how far To the Nonconformist con science it is qi shocking thing that EngIland schools where theJwill the principles of their religion as well as secular subjects The Nonconformist recognizes no religious authority The Bible is his only text book and to we have in England an unknown number of sects some nu morons some counting a total congregation of one all of them differing on points of doctrine but all of them hating as Cromwell hated the church which teaches by the authority of Christ and which allows no liberty of private judgment In mat ters of faith The education bill which Is now a bone of contention between the Lords and Commons ofI England is a bill ostensibly aimed at Clinch of England Schools but it would have done Infinitely more harm to the Catholic schools which have no wealthy congregations be hind them It would have confis cated schools built out of the pence and shillings of the Catholic poor the vast majority of them Irish or of Irish descent condemned to toll for their livelihood in English towns and cities It would have sent teachers Nonconformist Jew or atheist to teach the children of Irish Catholics for the avowed opin ion of the framers of the measure was that they should have nothing to do with religion in the schools It would have left the rich the right to have any kind of education they could pay for while it would have denied to the poor the right to have their children taught as Catholics desire and hold essential It is a curious fact that while the iniquity of such proposals was pointed out by John Redmond and the Irish party generally when the measure was passing through the House of Commons the Government refused to listen to any proposals for its amendment but that now that it has been sent back from the Lords multilated beyond recognition the Minister of Education who refused to liuten to the appeals of the Irish members a few weeks ago is now so conciliatory in his attitude so ready to listen to the views of the Irish members that he has succeeded in Inducing the latter to vote with the Government in sending the Lords amendments back for reconsIdera- tion by the upper house It Is stated that the Irish party have received assurances from the Liberals that such amendments will be mole inI the bill if returned in its original state from the House of Lords as will satisfy time more urgent demands jf the Catholics of England as dis tinguished from the Tory Catholics led by the Duke of Norfolk Doubt less this is so but it would have been more frank and more satisfying had the Liberals taken such a view of the matter in the first instance and- o amended the measure when it wasI originally before the Commons as to have made it acceptable to the Irish members It would have gone to the Lords with the authbrlty of an over whelming majority of the Commons behind U including the paity which really represented Catholic interests it Westminster It is highly im UU probable that the Lords will In exist- Ing circumstances consent to withdraw any of their Important amend meats now and trust the matter toi the tender mercies of the framers of the bill HONOR FOR BAKER Becomes Father and CouncilI SamelTime Joseph Baker for severalI termsI President of St Georges Council at Carrollton and who did effective work for that society during his term of office heaving represented the Young Mens Institute with marked ability at many grand conventions refused to be a candidate at the annual election but the members prevailed upon him to accep the position of Council Deputy A the same time the stork visited his home and left there a robust little Y M I boy upon whose account the proud father made happy all his ac quaintances during the past week- J II Glauber one of the best known men in Carrollton was- elected unanimously by the councill yearIllsity to every movement pertaining to the welfare of Catholic interests is a guarantee of an administration that will advance the interests of St Georges Council now the fore cityTheGrand Chaplain who has done much for both the Supreme and Kentucky Jurisdictions was agttin the unani mous choice for Chaplain Father Ahmanns advice our wise counsel have proved most be leflcial to the councils of KentucUv and it is earnestly hoped he v ill again be a delegate to the Gram Counc- ilINSTALLATION Of Trinity Councils Officers Next WednesdayNight Trinity Council Y M I held a special meeting Wednesday evening to make arrangement for the installation of their new officers which takes place next Wednesday even ing The newly elected officers will meet tomorrow afternoon at 2 oclocK for rehearsal In the club house lUudI also to arrange for entertainment and refreshments which will be fur nished by the incoming officers The installation was arranged for Wednesday evening as an act ofIcourtesy to the retirjng President Albert F Martin and Supreme Vice President John J Sullivan Sr who will be unable to attend the meet hugs on Tuesday evening The Ladies Auxiliary were re quested to change their meeting night from Tuesday to some other night during the week The newly elected President Joseph Conkling solicits the hearty support of every member of Trinity Council as he earnestly desires that the new club house in the Highlands will be com pleted during his term of office RECENT DEATHS Cruel death made sad this Christ mas for John and Helen McAuliffe MO Bcrtrand street by taking front them their infant daughter Helen The funeral took place Sunday morning the interment being in St Louis cemetery For the bereaved parents there is felt most sincere sympathy The uneral of Mrs Agatha Schnel derhnhn one of the oldest members of St Boniface church occurred I I Thursday morning Deceased was aiImostI where her many virtues and kindly nature won for her widespread es teem and respect I t Daniel J Monahan car inspector for the Louisville Nashville railii road and widely known among railfroad men passed away early Montlay morning at his home 1135 St Louis street after a lingering Ill ness of cirrhosis of the liver Fortt two weeks before his death he had tone without food of any kind as nothing would stay on his stomach t The funeral took place from St Will lams church Rev Denis Murphy celebrating the solemn mass of rett qui em I THE LATEST JAMB OUT A new game called editors der light is attracting attention and t should become popular here It is ilayed in this wise Take a sheet off ordInary writing paper and fold it up carefully enclosing a bank note iiifflclent to pay all arrears and a II- year in advance and mail to the cdl tor What adds Immensely to the t pleasure of the game Is to senu long the name of a new subscriber or two accompanied by cash Keep our eye on the editor and it a smile 11- ai likecharmal1 the lear around but Is especially i snjoyable just now Try It FRANKFORT invitations have been received hereto the New Years dance of the Pastime Club to take place Tuesday evening in the Frankfort Hotel ballroom This will undoubtedly be the society event of the winter season at time State Capital and will be at ended by the elite of the surround Inr cities The Entertainment Com nlttee iii composed of HeNr vxrltl A Lutkemeler nE Woonaa JA 1 ennedy and Dennis J HoKanara mf UNITED LEAGUE Largely Attended and Enthusiastic Meetings Strengthen National Movement Tenant Laborers and Fishermen Want Benefits of the Laborers Bill Evicted Tenants Urged to Leav Cases With League Officers LINTtThe United Irish League continues Its meetings throughout Ireland and everywhere with results most gratil fying Recently a largely attended BlacklHoggardstown was held at Blackrock with Rural District Coun odor Murphy presiding The meeting he said was called for the purpose of strengthening the national movement in the district and to enable the tenants laborers and fishermen to get assistance to gain the benefits of the land act and laborers biVl Ho was glad to find such an attend ance there that evening one of the finest public meeting they Kai ever held In Blackrock and seeing tjiat they had assembled there men who previously differed they had every thing to hope for the future of their branch Dermot OBrien had come there that evening and Murphy was sure they were all delighted to have him present and to hear what was sure to be an instructive speech The laborers bill was then gone into thoroughly an discussed OBrien re plying to questions put as to Its working and arrangements were made to ads iniiuedlatelj and have applications for cottages and allot ments forwarded to the clerk of time UnionDermot OBrien then addressed the meeting at length on the importance of the occasion and of the necessity of putting Into operation all acts that tended to create greater comfort for the working people He pointed out the immediate way that led to the goal of their ambition in that district in the division of the Clermont Park which contained some eleven hundred acres of un tenanted land He was glad to see that the working people of Black rock especially the poor people were making this question their own an It should be the duty of all parents to see that In no part of Ireland would a transfer of land from landlord to tenant take place I unless provision was made for division of untenanted land theII the evicted tenants laborers anlI small holders In conclusion he ex honed all to join the national organization and give their support to their country and their party at a I time When services to Irelands cause were most needed The membership list was opened and at the meeting there joined almost double that of previous years At the fortnightly meeting of the Aughnamullen West Latton brunch on Sunday James Conlon presided with a most representative attend ance A good deal of business con cerning time cases of evicted tenants was transacted and the action of some patties in making untruthful statements in these cases found to be very unsatisfactory and not at all to their credit and it is hoped it will not occur again Messrs OBrien II and Smyth explained the idea of theI executive In holding the announced public meeting in aid of the evicted J tenants cases of South Monaghan It was decided to support the meet ing to the utmost of our ability by sending as large a contingent as pos sible and it is hoped it will prove a success At this stage the resolution of time Cork County Council before the Castleblayney Board of Guar dians was mentioned by a mernb r of the committee and the action of the guardians considered as a vole I of confidence in the United TrlshJJ Parliamentary party and stand to i j the credit of that body as a National I wiUleerthere being only one socalled Na II tionalist to dissent from a man I moos decision of the board ScereIji I tary Smyth said in order to contra I diet time statement made by this socalled Nationalist he had great pleasure in reading a letter to that 1 committee he had received froia I 1U1Ionassist the only distressed vlctedII tenant in our parish Andrew napIl gan of Corallago and If those 1 critics of the Irish party and United Irish League would devote their I time ito having a good branch of the league In their midst with a good efficient Secretary each and every individual evicted tenant would rev ceive a contribution as well as 14DelganI Meetings of the Bailleborough I I Jonesboro nnd DromSouth Armagh intee branches were also well attended I and the work of the league 1 11win which the business was conducted reflects credit upon the officers FIRST THAT ACTEDjj At the last Meeting of Oswego Knights of Columbus reso J 1luttonweer11J ptliy and encouragement to the o- a A Catholics of France denouncing tIle Government for Its action in suppressing the services of the Churn and expressing the opinion that the only way that the Catholics o America could help In a material way their corellglonlsts in France Is for all Catholics to cense using goods Call kinds imported from that coat- try A strict boycott of Frencl goods would the resolution declared bring the French Government to ia realizing sense of the feeling that is here against them The resolu copIesin the United States Canada nm oragnlzationflourishes State of New York alone there arc over 100000 members In the larger churches of the country nearly a11 the glassware statuary stained glass windows the higher grades of vestments and other articles are made In France and large amounts of American money are sent to thin country each year for then The ac tion of the Oswego Council is the first of the kind to be taken by the Knights of Columbus in the United States MEASURE OF ECONOMY Cleveland Diocese to Follow Insurance Example or Big Corporations On account Of the heavy increase in fire insurance rates the Catholic Church in the diocese of Cleveland contemplates instituting its own system of mutual fire insurance within a short time A plan Is being formed whereby this may be accomplished Father McMahon summed up the situation with special refer ence to church property and Its in surance as follows JWlthin the last thirty years in tiiiSdiocese there has been repaid to us only 5 per cent of the premiums we have paid for fire protection Such a fire loss could easily bo cared for under the mutual plan we have In contemplation with a handsome saving for all concerned In Cleveland we have approximately 1000000 of property upon which in surance is maintained constantly We carry 00000 of insurance upon one property alone If the diocese we have property sufficient for the housing of 400000 members all of which is covered by Insurance all the time Rates have been doubled within the last year We have had to pay for the San Francisco losses as we hind to pay for the Baltimore losses and if another city suffers we will be expected to pay our share toward that The insurance companies make no distinction whether the property ia well protected or otherwise AH of our church and parochial property is guarded in the most careful manner possible The record of Cleveland may be said to be the record of the diocese Much the same report comes from others In every instance there is the same contplaint against the high rates of insurance and the small return from fire losses Large commercial and industrial es tablishments such as the Standard Oil Company and the Pennsylvania railroad maintain their own system of insurance We could do the same to decided advantage It has been advocated for a number of years but not until the recent tremendous increase of rates has it been seriously considered generally AFTER FIRST PRIZE Company C Uniform Rank Elects Officers For Year At the last regular meeting of ofIthe following officers were elected for the coming year CaptainPrice T Archer First Lieutenant Ben II Hund Second LieutenantCharles tatter nanRecorderEugene McCarthy Treasurer William T Meehan Immediately following the election Capt Archer announced the appointment of the following noncom missioned officers First Sergeant Henry Wrocklage Second Sergeant Eugene Ford Color Sergeant Wil liam Greenwell This company is consiered one of the best drilled in the organization Since Its organization regular drills have been held every Wednesday night and the officers and Knights now feel that they will be strong contenders for the first prize in theIbig competition drill that will take place when the Supreme Council meets in Cincinnati next May Louisville has two well equipped ompanles of the Uniform Rank and nI regimental bandof fourteen pieces and they expect that Ken tucky will make as good a showing is any State in the Union when the national convention Is held LONQ JOURNEY Tho Right Rev Father Edmund brecht Abbot of Gethsemanl who IIeft last Sunday night for New York rill sail today for France Father Jbrecht will visit Rome and after n brief stay there will proceed at the loly Land From the Holy Land he twill go to South Africa where he will pond nearly a year inspecting the TrappIst monasteries under his harge Father Obrecht not long igo return from South Africa where he found the institutions of his order in excellent condition The trip- li810nI0n e and the best wishes of will follow him rfor a safe return DEFEAT FEARED The French Premier Now Mak ing Frantic Appeals For Support Politicians Think Measures Against Clergy Can Not Bo Enforced Diplomats See the Seeds of a Great Victory For the Church UNREST PREVAILS EYERYWHERBaTi- me outlook of the Church In Erance according to time latest cable reports appears to brighten with each day NevVsince the State un dertook Its war5sevcr the Church has there been such u rest in politi calcircles in France I as now for thinking politicians belve they see ahead an overwhelming reaction The agitation of 1remlerf Clemeneeau goes to confirm the olilnion that a turn in the tide must ciltne Hitherto the most confident and selfcon tained otmen Clem enceau now shows undoubtedly signs of nervous strain Halfthreatenlrb halfhys terical he Is making per tonal private appeals for support of the measures of the Government against the Church He evidently bel eves a crisis is near T Political phophets always anti clerical say the measures against the clergy could be carried to a conclu sion if this were a nation of Clemen ceaus and brigands but the most anticlerical of them all are growing apprehensive Time Pope has deter mined to retain Cardinal Merry del Val as Secretary of State and keep his word given when he conferred the red hat upon lminmOn that occa sion the Iontlff romarked It Is pleasant to think that you will be ot powerful assistance to us so long as our life lasts Enemies of th3 Papal Secretary of State say that France looks upon him as prejudiced and compromised and that as I s impossible to change the Pope t must be a change in the Papal Secrc bury of State such an occurred under Pope Plus VI and Plus VII Diplomats who consider the ques tion from the worldly viewpoint see jn the uncompromising resistance di rected by the time seeds of a fortime Church The radical actions of the French Minis a try in expelling a Papal representa tive from the Papal mansion at Paris the threats made against re calcitrant priests the eviction of nearly all the French Bishops and parish priests from their homes the show of armed police around the Paris churches time disbanding of the students of the Ecclesiastical seminaries and their forced enlist ment In the French army are rev garded as in the nature of bluff which will soon come to an end In this contention they are sup ported by the experience of centuries and the knowledge that the average duration of French Cabinets Is about six months Knowing Vatican pre lates predict that the Cabinet which will follow time Clemenceau Ministry which is expected to fall very soon on this very church issue will adept an entirely opposite policy ont that will temper the sudden spasms of political virtue which have pervaded the colleagues of M Brland This conviction is shared by the Pope himself who feels that It will not belong before church matters In Franco will assume an entirely different ts meet and that the Government will be obliged to come to terms with ths Vatican authorities All the religious orders have been lieavlly taxed that th French clergy may be assisted The Pope is thus sure in issuing for time protection of the Church his orders that in spite of the recent law cutting off pensions no French priest or Bishoprneed suffer i A remedy has just been found to prevent the Socialistic municipal as sociations formed In France from the title to ecclesiastical sroperties under the provisions of the new law of separation and also to Impede the disaffected priests ivho have formed such associations against the order of the Pope in the impending Issuance from the Vatican + authorities of an Interdict affecting ill those churches in Franco in which such associations have been formed Ai decree of interdict proclaimed by aa Bishop or by the Pope against a church renders liable to the severest penalties of the canon law not only the priests attempting to officiate In hem but also time faithful who shalL vitness the services after they know f the Interdicting decree Plus X was moved to this step by he intimation conveyed to him from several of the French Bishops that mnnrdistrictscCultural associations under the new aw in order to obtain the title of the several parishes Besides there have been several cases In France of priests In discord with their Bishops Tying to take the same step and jelng recognized b the Governments the heads of the eultual asso ia Ions they had formed with the con- nIvance of the GovernmentP- OTATOES O IRIENu Boll ten medium cited potaOw and cut them in slices Fry bf hoi f1 p v reIheeaperslrfadytQ nee J II wftj nou 1 I NTUCKY lRISIJ A I1ERICAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflN 7eted te tile Moral sad Social Advancement of all Irish Amerlcams KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS IWUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Sntered at the towlsTltlc Postofflce as SecondClass Malian AUrea all Conoiflnlcalloniiothe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 335 Weal QrcenSlrctt TRADES h COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KYSATURDAY DECEMBER 29 + 1906 1 HAPPY NEW YEAR January 1 1007 should Indeed be a i happy New Years tiny for everyone in Louisville the State and nation The new year opens auspiciously Our beloved country Is at peace with c all the world and the United States the greatest nation on the face of the earth is more prosperous and her more contented than any pother For this we should all be thankful New Years day Is a legal holiday in all the States nnd Terri- torIes and It is the custom to sus pend business on this dayand to FJwish each other well n In the Catholic church it is a holy t tiny of obligation the Feast of the Circumcision of Our Blessed Loral r beingobserved Catholics have much to be thankful for in this great a republic particularly that it Is not like the miscalled republic of France where Catholics are deprived of their religious rights and their property ac To each of our readers we wish a happy and prosperous New Year During the past year Louisville has made wonderful progress but the year 1907 promises to be still more prosperous In a material way Morally Louisville is advancing The Catholic congregations within the a city and throughout the diocese are flourishing as they have never flour ished borp and new churches are going up everywhere The charitable rsand educational institutions main tained by the church arc growing and are ready to celebrate a happy New Year The merchant manufacturer and r laborer each has reason to rejoice and be glad because of the prosper ous time and the outlook for the future during the ensuing 305 days For all of these things we should be thankful to Almighty God from whom all blessings flow New Years day is the occasion for many to make good resolutions and tt decide upon a new course of ac tion during the year if they feel that jfffr conduct has been remiss in any wnyund Often too often these good resolutions ore broken but It is not a bad Idea to turn over a new leaf as the expression goes and to keepI It clean for at least part of the new yearAgain we say a Happy New Year to all our readers and friends May theyow in Gods grace as well as In material prosperity during the year of Our Lord 1907 CHILD LABOR I Senator Beverldge of Indiana an nounces that he will introduce a bill In the next Congress stipulating that no product of industry employing children under fourteen years of age shall be carried in interstate commerce Time Senator believes It is the bounden duty of the Federal Gov ernment to enact effective legislation on this subject to the end that exist ing evils may be speedily abolished On the other hand the American Federation of Labor is in favor r of the different States enacting laws that will stop the crushing out of child labor In the wills an factories and coining its life blood into dollars on the counters of commercialism The crusade against child labor is attracting universal attention and bids fair to result in nn upheaval of industrial conditions so far as the labor of children is concerned Then campaign to rescue children from slavery Inaugurated many years ago by trade unionists tend their friends shoulCue continued until this blotch vtupon our industrial history has been Progress in this dlrec- j Itseradicatedas beenhampered In the past PYa apparently indifferent public opinion but the publicity given the subject by numerous special Writers and prominent laborers in the cause of justice bus resulted in an awakening of Interest TESTED TO LIMIT An Ottawa correspondent writes that agitation against the unfriendly conduct of the Imperial Government in refusing to lift the cattle embargo against Canadian cat the is spreading all over the Dominion Canada iis spending large same of money Annually to Insure freedom from contagious disease among live Meek of every description It was confidently anticipated when the new Literal administration came into power jn England that its sympathy with the Liberal administration in Canada would bo demonstrated by lime removal of the embargo Camp J ii ilBannerman and his colleagues tn yielding tb the home farming In- tereatsi once more and refusing to modify Canadian exclusion leave manage to iUiMfy general dfa it lthf1d ei the poTey of Down g street tiWrltleSin reJatto to anada it regarded here It JIM in i creased also that danger of ills ruptlon and the eventual absorption lof Canada by the Unite States of which the Imperial Government was warned by the London Times as the Inevitable result of a failure to establish thnt bond of economic union between the two countries against which the party in power in Great Britain Is so hopelessly corn mltted WORDS TO HEED We wish to say a few words to you Catholic reader We shall speak sincerely nnd unselfishly We wish people to take our paper of course but not wholly for our benefit You must not think this for a moment If our sole purpose were to make money we should choose some field other than that of Catholic journal Ism writes our able contemporary of the Syracuse Catholic Sun The New Year Is approaching Everything shows that it will be fraught with perils to the Catholic Church Her enemies are active In Prance as you see They are rous ing in Spain And strange to say are threatening to become dominant In Germany The approaching elections In that country will determine whether the Catholic party or the Socialistic shall triumph In Vcne zuelu Ecuador Uruguay Guatemala and Mexico Liberalism is hissing to strikeDo you wish to know the real truth with regard to occurrences ir all those countries l o you wish your children to know what is actually taking place In those centers of storm Do you not believe it is your duty OB a Catholic to see the Catholic side of all the questions involved The dally press which td a very great extent is at the mercy of freethinking and antiCatholic correspondents will not fall to give you the antiCatholic view It will endeavor to poison your minds with insinuations about the church that are untrue It will poison the minds of your children are you going to be content with this Do you desire no antidote within reach During the year approaching this journalwill tell what actually is taking place in Italy Germany France Spain England Ireland Latin America our own country and the world at large It receives Catho lic exchanges from all the countries mentioned and is prepared to say what is going on Each issue will bring one weeks activity of the Catholic world Into your home It will in addition contain select original literary matter essays on vital topics highclass original poetry and a great variety of other Catholic matter It will be a home journal for the Catholic home The perils of the hour make it im perative that there should be a good paper in every Catholic family Ob serving these and understanding the signs of the times one of the strong Bishops of the Church said to us the other day There has never been nn hour in which a vigorous Catholic paper was so vitally needed in every Cutholjc household If I were a priest I would think it my absolute duty to see that every Catholic family in my parish took a Catholic journal If you will ponder this remark and look abroad at the perils menacing you will see that the Bishop is right The duplicity of Englands peace professions has again been made manifest While pretending to the nations that she was against war she has gone steadily ahead with prepa rations for battle The contract for the battleship Superb the third of the Dreadnaughts to be laid down this year has been awarded to the Armstrongs of New CastleonTyne The contracts for the construction of the turbine engines of the Bellero phon an Temeralre now In course of construction at Portsmouth and Devensport also have been awarded The engines are to cost from 51350000 to 1400000 The initial number of the Bulletin b f the American Federation of Catholic Societies to be issued quarterly has reached our sanctum Ably edited and neat typographically- the Bulletin will be a welcome addI tion to Catholic journalism Its columns are filled with matter of interest and there is little room to doubt ttatthe Bulletin will soon acquire an immense circulation National Secretary Anthony Matre will be the editor and the publication will issue fromSl Louis The proceedings pf the coming BCS aiot of the British Parliament thatw- 411 probably open in February will bei watched with no little interest everywhere 8ir Henry Campbell j 0jtr I I I Bannerman will then introduce his measure for national selfgovern ment for Ireland which will have precedence over all other legislative affairs until acted upo- nDEDICATED Handsome Frame Church For Catholics of Lebanon Junction With Impressive ceremonies the Catholics of Lebanon Junction witnessed the dedication of the new and handsome churchof St Benedict last Sunday The solemn and beautiful services were conducted by the Hcv Father Charles C P of the Pas sionist Monastery on the ewburg road assisted by the llev Paul Guerin who will be the pastor and a number of other clergymen For a long time the Catholics of IebnuonI Junction and vicinity hove need of a church at that point and they are exceedingly lhappy over tlu work of Father Guerin The community is made up largely of railroad men who hod to go long distances to attendchurch St Benedicts is a frame edifice of ample dimensions and the decora Lions are very pretty though not elaborate It was thronged In the morning and afternoon and two able sermons were preached by Hev Father Charles EMPEROR WILLIAM Visits Celebrated Conven and Was Delighted With All He Saw While Emperor William was molt ing a tour of Central Germanyre Gently he visited the celebrated convent at Obernkirchcn There he made the whole round of the nunnery the schools the chapels tin cloisters and even the cells expressing almost childish delight at all he saw In the convent kilclie- he joked with the Sisters who were preparing the frugal midday meal went about from saucepan to sauce pan tasting every dish and pro noticing all excellent If every kitchen in the land was as clean and nice he said the foot as simple and good there would bless dyspepsia and dlscontment willI my government In another roomI the Emperor was asked to taste son confectionery which has been pre pared by nuns Excellent he cte dared filling the pockets of his greatcoat with the sweets Ill take them home to my daughter at anj rate those I have lef- tBANNERMANS Adroit Move Prevented the Fall of British Cabinet Uy his parliamentary tactics Mr Balfour the former 1retnler has not only lkilled the education bill but he has forced Premier Uannerman Int I an awkward predicament In spite of it all however IJannerman hasI maneuvered so cleverly that he hasI avoided the necessity of appealingr to the country a step which Balfour tried to compel The bill raised anI issue upon which the Conservatives hoped to oust the Government Tier was no such thing Vis defeating the big ministerial majority in the Commons Mr Balfour however after persuading the ouse of Lords to reject the concessions offered by the Commons placed Sir Henry where he must choose between withdrawingr the bill and a new election By withdrawing the measure and1I pocketing the rebluff from the House of Lords the Premier checkmates1 Dalfour Hut his success In the move I11 at the expense of his administra Hon There is no doubt that were he to dissolve and go to the county he would have a smaller majority In the new Parliament than he luauI now The Spectator despairingly lamentsI that one result of Italfours actionl undoubtedly is to place the House of Lords at a considerable disadvantage in the constitutional controv ersy which must now arise between them and the House of Commons WOUNDS ISIS CHILD Mistaking callers for burglars John Xagel of Fortysecond and Bank streets seized his shotgun Wednesday evening and accidentally discharged one load The shot struck his daughter Lizzie in the left arm inflicting a painful wound from the elbow to the wrist and almost tearing the flesh away Dr I George F Payne the attending physician t said that the wound might jI prove so serious that the arm would have to be amputated Willie Baker and George NIst were unknowingly II the cause of the accident While passing a window in Nagels room I the two boys tapped on the pane lightly Members of the family be came frightened and the father was aroused from his sleep He seized his shotgun and the accidental shoot Ing followed The two boys were go Ing to the Kagel home to spend the evening They thoughtlessly rapped- on the window thinking that they would only ploy a joke on the family ANNUAL RECEPTION Local Council 3DOof the Knights of Columbus will hold their annual receptIon at the Galt House next hursay evening January 3 Chairman Thomas Tarpy and the other members of the Entertainment Committee promise a delightful time for those who attend A buffet luncheon will be served followed by1 music and dancing This annual reception which is strictly an Invitation affair for members their wives and lady friends has always been voted a bI- g8UOOsalitJlene i for a reunion otthe new and old members and their familiesu 1 f IRISH TB DEUM Thanks be to God for the light and time darkness Thanks be to God for the hail and the snow Thanks be to God for shower and sunshine Thanks be to God for all things that grow Thanks be to God for lightning and tempest Thanks be to God for weal and for woe- Thanks be to God for His own great goodness Thanks be to God that what is soI Thanks be to God when the harvest 1s plenty I Thanks low- Thanks be to God when the barn is be to God when our pockets are empty Thanks oerflow be to God when again they Thanks be to God that the mass bell and steeple Are heard and seen throughout Krlns green Isle Thanks be to God that the priest and the peopl Are ever united in danger and trial Thanks be to God that the brave sons of Erin Have the faith of their fathers far over the sea Thanks be to God that Erins fair daughters Press close after Mary on heavens highway I SOCIETY i Miss Grace McDonald left Saturday for Lebanon to visit Miss Otillin Merkley Miss Mary Dell Murphy spent last week as the guest of Miss Otill- iBerkley at Lebanon Mrs William V Brady was hosierI to her euchre club Wednesday at her home 1542 Pope sreet Edward Keating and family C1f South Louisville spent Christina with relatives in New Albany Thomas L Quecnan n former citi Jacknson Tenn is here on a visit during the holidays Miss Manic HIggins has hud aR hodIhgersR in the younger set at NoUn III The Young Ladles Euchre Clit- will be entertained by Miss Kath erlnc Coleman 2132 Bank street on Monday evening January 7 I IlIsII Olive Traylor who was tin guest of Misses Margaret rind Kath erine lines in Jeffersonville has re turned to her home at Jasper hid Warfield anti Morgan the youn suns of Mr and Mrs Albert F Martin of East Gray street have about recovered from their recent illness Mlisses Edythe and Katherine Malone who are attending school inl I New York arrived last Friday to the holidays at their home iIn time Highlands I Miss Mary Kearns entertained the Mistletoe Euchre Club at her home in South Louisville on Wednesday in whoo were her guests i One of the really delightful of the many Christmas entertainments wasI the family reunion on Tuesday at the home of Mrs Margaret Donahue 3711 Third avenue I Thomas Muldoon the well known stonecutter left Wednesday on a visit to Wheeling W1n where he will be the guest of relatives until after the New Year l Miss Annie Fitzgerald who is at tending school here left lust Friday to spend the holiday vacation wit her parents Mr and Mrs McCalla Fitzgerald at London IIXormanII Heeler who has been at tending St Marys College is home tto spend the holiday vacation with his parents Mr and Mrs John Beeler JJast Main street New Albany rI Camden 11 McAtee who has wona high honors in the law school at Indiana University arrived imam last Saturday to spend the holidays with his parents at 51C West Oa I streetMiss Mary Filcher who I nuIu g Cherokee road I IThomas Burkholder formerly of this city but now connected with the Baker Vawter Company of Chicago I was here this past week on a visit to his parents and to look up old friends for auld langt syne I Messrs Hllbert and John Durst of Nitta Yuma Miss who are pursuing their studies at Gethsemani College are here to spend the holiday season as guests of their uncle Capt Mike Lawler 2011 West Broadway Iugene Henchey of the Carter Dry Goods Company has been spending the holidays at home entertaining a handsome boy baby that arrived as a Christmas visitor His Mainstreet friends have been showering the proud father with congratulations One of the prettiest of the iVew Years weddings In the West End will be solemnized at the Church of Our Lady in Portland when John Galway will lead to the altar Miss Fanny Napier The ceremony will be performed by the Rev James J Conniff and lUbe witnessed by a large gathering of friends of the happy couple The marriage of Miss Elizabeth Bolgcr one of the most popular and attractive young women in South Louisville and Frank Brlner a prosperous resident of Huntingburg Ind Was solemnized Wednesday evening at Holy Name rectory by the Rev FatherOConnbr The attendants were Miss Viola De Voss and Joseph Belyey Invitation have been ttimed for the w rkliiiffv of Miee Laura Kimball and John Maloney Well known andI 1 WuJt- ut H m rN iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiii iiiiiii1iii1ii11iiiiiiiiiiiiir iNi N 11 NINI 1 INf1Nf1N NN ININNIN iIN INININNI iN1N1 NNII 1 HNINNINN IN1 oIN ININ INI 1IN 1i NNINN1 t t1 GIVE us YOUR ORDER It is s ss ss- t 1 I t p- s rl = t t = f ii yy ssh H OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET w wIN N w N INow1 NINIvwN INI N NINNININNNNriNNINNMINIM N NINININ NININ NININININ N NI j1 popular residents of the West End Their marriage will take place ut St Cecilias church on Wednesday January D with the Rev Father Brady officiating The groomelect is receiving many congratulations on having captured so llovely and win some a bride Misses Anna and Mary OConnell- emitertained a number of their Twentiethat street Those present were Misses Katherine Kenealey Marie Brennan+ Kntherine Nell and Anna Baldwin + Mary Hines Margaret Sweeney + Nora Broderick Mary and Anna OConnell Messrs Thomas J OCon nell Harry Brooks John Brown William OToole George Welsh Rob ert Mcintyre John II Crowder Thomas M OConnell and Charlie OConnell Vocal host instrumentsI solos were rendered by Misses Mar garet Sweeney and Marie Brennan after which refreshments were served iAn engagement which will be itf general interest and which has call I forth many congratulations since iit vast announced the past week is that Thomabs Spears Brown of Cincinnati Miss Muldoon is 11 daughter of Col Mike Muldnon of this city She is an ac complished vocalist and musician and1 n young woman of striking person ality amid for years has been a lender in Louisvilles best society circles Mr Brown is well known because of hula identification with the social and Their marriage will be solemnized I in April and will be one of the nota ble society events of the year Hon A J Bizot and Miss Ida May Walston surprised their friends Tues lily afternoon by being quietly mar ried by the Rev Father Weslerman pastor of the Church of the Immacu late Conception Only relatives wit nesses the ceremony after which bride and groom left for an extended trip through time East After Janu any 15 they will be at home to their friends in the Coke apartments The bride is a graduate of the Louisville Girls High School and was in time class of 1904 She is the daughter of John S Walston a nell kuoe business man who resides at 1830 Sherwood avenue The groom Is successful attorney and is also a agent for State Auditor Hager HANDSOME QUARTERS Offered Fpr the Papal Secre inhRome A rich Spanish priest Father P Recorder has just offered to the Vatican authorities to defray the whole of the expenses connected with the building of a commodious apart ment for Cardinal Merry Del Val the Papal Secretary of State momG struction for some time but because n economize as much as possible in the administration of the Vatican build sired by the Cardinal had to be omit tedIt is now proposed to finish the apartment so that it may be a fitting residence for all future Papal Secre taxies of State The plans as out lined by Architects Schneider and Mannucci In charge of the work include an apartment of fourteen rooms most of them designated to receive diplomats visiting the Vatican Palace All the modern comforts will be provided for the private rboms of the apartment induing bathrooms and steam heat which Is unknown as yet In the Vatican Palace Cardinal Merry del Val expects to occupy Ids new quarters before next spring and to leave then the Borgia rooms In which he Las resided for over two years WELCOME VISITORS James J McCluskey and F P Rich ardson former residents of Louisville but for the past twentyfive years engaged in the mining business in Nevada and Alaska and now located at Goldfield are here for a three weeks visit and are the guests of Mr J McCluskey the well known con tractor Fortune has smiled on both as besides owning gold mines each has amnssed a handsome fortune The visitors were pleased and sur- prIsed at the progress Louisville has made during their absence Before returning to Nevada they will spend a week with friends In Shelby countyJOLLY HUNTING PARTY Harold Hurst Joe Hurst and Thomas J Stocker prominent resi dents of Uardatowtt were here visiting friends Wednesday They were I members ofa jolly party en route to Tennessee whither they went to pent a week hunting big gains l o u QOOD WORK 1 Printing PRICES Kentucky Irish American ww iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiss Cincinnatig tkdos SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month blullaysThomas Clines Recording SecretaryThomas Keenan Jr- Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerCblres J Finegan SergeantatArmsEdward Craddlck DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice President William T Meehan TreasurerOwen Keiran Recording SecretarYJoseph T Lynch Financial Secretary John T Keaney DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice President John Hennaing Recording SecretaryDennis J Coleman Financial Secretary John G Hessiou 1714 Baird Treasurer George J Butle- rSergeantotArmsThomas Noon SentinelMartin Sheehan DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month Precident John A Murphy Vice President Joseph L Lenihan Recording Secretary Prank P Burke Financial SecretaryEmmet OSulll van 1520 Seventh street TreasurerWilliam J Connelly SergeantatArmsRobert Mitchell SentinelWilliam Anabro DIVISION 1 JEPFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Plans Hall County President Michael Kenney PresidentRobert Gleaso- nVicePresidentMichael Breen Treasurer Louis Constantine Recording Secretary J B Murphy- Jr Financial Secretary John Kinney MurphyaConstantinenBanner CarrfarTimotby Kinney Marshal John A Kennedy Y Ad I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Chnrles S Raidy First Vice President Louis J Kieffer Second Vice President D Oliver Pat tonRecording Secretary John L Boland Corresponding SecretaryFrank Lana han Financial SecretaryFrank G Adams 2141 Rowan street TreasurerDaniel Weber Marshal James L Mnllarkey Inside SentInelCharles Oswald Outside Sentinel Louis Kinsella- SHORTHAND ADVERTISING TELEGRAPHY COMMERCIAL LAW specialIstsThe student is given personal individual train ing by practical work from the start The ad vantages offered by the TRUMAN SYSTEM are unsurpassed This is the shortest cheapest and best plan ever offered students Call or address WMrExpert Accountant 551 Fourth Avenues HINTS ON STYLE All plaited skirts are stitched down to below the hips Black Chantilly laces are making an especial niche for themselves in the later modes Plaid ribbons are In highest favor for all sorts of dainty little access ories for both the house and street toiletNeater and trimmer than anything yet seen is the weil cut kilted skirt clearing the ground by two Inches or more and showing a pair of high laced boots It is becoming more and more cus tomary for the woman who is going out in the evening to discard her hat and wear in its place a light scarf of some sort When your coat lining begins to wear as H first does around the buy inchwide ribbon in the same color Baste it smoothly on bothedges and featherstitch with silk corresponding to the outside cloth In color The beatification of the Venerable 1- o u I n it T T7 CrULEYS Monday and TuesdayMatinee ROGERS BROS IN IRELAND Wednesday Evening TUB UMPIRE Thursday Friday and Saturday evenings and Saturday matinee BEN GREET PLAYERS IN REPERTOIRE HOPKINS e IIiaH CLASS VAUDEVILLE TWO SHOWS DAILY Week Beginning Sunday Dec 30 HAL DAVIS INEZ MAGAULEY UnexpectedBy ArDyronJugglerspremierfun ycityBanjoist The Klnodrome newest In motion pictures PRICES Evening 10 to 75 cents Matinee Best Seat In House 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MAIN OFFICE SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN S8 x xm4xm A A I OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS I 9 TO 12 DONT YOU WANT I Good work done for the least Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed ORS H J1COUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH AVENUE oppJoo C Lewis Co PETERMM ANDRWI 8SONS I WAGONH MANUFACTURERS CIrlagt Nil ialii RtrTIres 205 AND 20 WEST GREEN STREET HENRY JJ1 PPOLSU DYER afojaam Lifts a rlllweflK StTNtPk i 2 Educates Young People Business Good and Success L SAL4 OR roR rva FORMATION Business College you DONT no giving 504 84 8TO6 Dental money PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR TilE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeflersonvllle hospltolforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA MERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jellersonvllle lad aThe laurels of praise to our DIAMOND WALL PLASTER It Is the kind that stays where it IU put and frost will not injure it three hours after it has bees put on Kentucky Wall Plaster Co BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook andd River Louisville Ky Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plas ter Plant Jefiersonville Ind Phone 650 I ICAnI II le ed- of tfye Jurf They were kind neighbors to me were the Lees Kind ever to the lone old woman who never had man or child of her own And the reason for that same God knows and Mark Lee never another nut Mary was good to me too and I dont begrudge her what her money got her Shed had him these twenty years and more but I know well twas never Marks heart that chose her Maybe thats why I can love the boy thats hers and his I never had but the one secret all me life long now I have another and Ill keep it too God willing for its no manner of use to talk of such thingsIdo it The rain was drlvln over the bog last night in sheets and the wind howled on the face o the hill There was no light in the room but the glow o the fire and all at once that dimmed with the cloud o gray ashes that swirled up fro the hearth Lord save you whoever you are and o slch a night said I Close the door you omadhawn unless you want to send me clean up the chim neyThen when the ashes fell I saw It was the lad Dun Lee from over the way Well Dan says I and wluits brought you out this night May I sit by the fire tonight Honor says he Im off to America in the morning Id never heard that voice on him before but manys the time I told Mark aye and Mary too that they were too hard on the lad and he their only one and now be token theyd learnt it for themselves Thats sudden says I quiet llke for I could see that twas more than lolkin that would be needed to check him now And why isnt it beyond you are the last night ever youll see the old folk He gave a start at that Ive broke with them and thats the truth he lets out You may quit your talkln for Ive me mind made up Im going to America and youll waste your time Honor if you go talkin to me Youd do bet ter to be sayln your prayers and he took up the prayerbook that lay on the edge of the hearth and com menced turning over the pages Is It reading this you are tonight he says showing me that it was not of himself he was going to speak and humorln him God gave me the thoughtTimes says I and more times tis In the fire I do be readin Lord forgive me that same and true enough manys the picture Ive watched fallin to ashes in the red o the turf It caught his fancy well I guessed it would and he asked me to read tonightYou our word says I thud you wont speak to mo till Ive done that youll hear me to the end Aye then says he Ill listen never fear On your faith says I Aye says he I see a big city says I with folk hurryin up and down and all busy wid their own concerns I sea a lad walkin amongst them He is alone Jfo one cares what he is about or what comes to him There are miles and miles o streets in the city and more folk live in it than you or me have ever seen yet theres not a soul to bid the lad the time 0I day or to care if hes cold or ill ifi heft starving or dyin Now I see some folk beginnin to look at him but they all have bad faces wicked had fuces The good folk pass him by because there are little devils sIt- ting on his shoulders and they drive everybody away that hasnt got other devils on their shoulders too The devil o disobedience has a seat close to the collar o the lads coat and near by is the devil o disrespect toparentsI look up as if he was go ing to speak and I minded him o his promise Theres obstinatlon too says I and ill temper and pride and others quite nt home and they keep calla to their friends on the other folks backs Drunkenness and idleness and gamblin stealin and all badness come round the lad but when honest men look at him his devils pull him away from them I see this goin on only the coat where the devils is ittin is gettln shabbier Its wearin into holes but there are so many devils on it now that I cant say is it the same coat at all t So it is But now the figure o the lad is fadin and I see nothin but the flames burnin all before them except the little devils dancin for joy in the heart of them for havent they got more fuel for the fire o hell I looked tip at Dan but his head was down in his breast and never a bit of his face could I see Heres another picture says I and I stirs the turf Its in another country its nearer home I see a house n lonely house Theres no one in it but an old woman with white hair and a sad patient face Its a poor place Want and misery show out upon the walls A cup o black tea stands on the hearth Theres no milk for the last o the three fine cows were sold long ago A crust o bread is on the table but the old woman only looks at it with hungry eyes Its the last thing thats left to eat in the house and maybe theres sonic one comin who will want it more than she After a while an old man comes lphlmbit o bread and drinks down the black tea I see him lay his hand on the old womans shoulder and speak to her and oh the sad sight the tears are fallindown his cheeks I see a gombeen man come in He goes around and tosses the bits o poorthingsalonelagainaway I see the poor mans van comin to cary them away tothe work house I see them look around toI tnke1awayRroin woman goes the cupboard and takes out a bundle o clothes Her own The old mans No Just the outfit 08 gossoori before they put him into suits Theresa pair o socks among them a pair manisllooklnrace in drawn and gray She lays none sock n the hana that be puts r u L 0- rJ out to her Is the boy that used to Surelyhonever be in such straits The sound o wheels is heard outside and th old father slips the baby sock into the breast o his poor coat Oh I cat almost hear the words he mutters God forgive me me share in what is past But the other sock It is pressedtoTheir home is taken from them hardIngobYThe sound o wheels draws nearer Tremblin heartbroken shoulder to shoulder with the baby socks restin on their hearts they totter across the threshold Xol nol no The lad sprang up- and time hot tears splashed on to his knees Never that never that God forgive mel The storm was passed there was ii no rain now and the moon came in through the window and fell across the floor Hed forgotten me but I planforYoull get home before theyve shut up for the night Dan says I I will Honor God helpin me says he And he went I watched him till he was swallowed up in the shadow of his own house away there on the hill No one knows why he went back to them no one only God and him and me a lone old woman YEARS WORK DONE Time Joint Committee of the Y M I will wind up Its years business with a meeting of time delegates too night at Satolli Councils club rooms Sixth and IJrepklnridge streets Aftert- ime meeting the members will be the guests of John J Crotty atn ban quet arranged In their honor CASINO CLUB OFFICERS The Casino Club has elected the following officers for the coming yearWilliam P Martin Iresieut John U Keldkamp Vice President SecretaryMartin Fred Kraeszig Janitor The newly elected officers will entertain with music and refresh ments next Wednesday evening COUVCII DEPUTY John L Glankler of Chickasaw Council Y M L inns been named for Deputy of Tennessee by President George A Lawo and the appointment has been confirmed by President Martin who has just forwarded the commission The selection slows the wisdom of President Lawo mind with two such energetic and Influen tial young men working for her up building Chickasaw Council should soon become as strong as nay in the jurisdiction SIXTYNINTH There promises to be an exciting campaign for the position of Major as soon as an eleventh company is formed in the Irish Slxtynliith regi ment in New York City The now company Is in process of formation and It Is said that there willtbe four candidates for junior Major as soon as the new company is ready for mustering The regiment under the new law will be allowed an extra Major as soon as it has eleven compa vies and will thou organize permanently into three battalions A committee of officers is organlz ing a regimental athletic association and it is intended that a big athletic meeting with open events will be arranged at an early date Capt Ilenlyof Company 1 who will serve on the staff of Governor elect Hughes has received many congratulations on his appointment SOILED CLOTHES Nr receptacle for soiled clothing should under any circumstances be kept In n bedroom CLEANING CARPETS To clean carpets put four tea spoonfuls of ammonia to one bucket ful of wateV scrub with a medium brush wipe with n cloth just as yiu would in cleaning an unpainted floor Chnnge the water frequently Dave the windows open and the carpet will soon dry The carpet should be thoroughly swept before it is scrubbed CLEANING FRAMES Water should never be put on gilt frames They should be wiped with dry cloths or chamois This applies to all metals and lacquered goods After a lacquered bed has once been wet and polished it must be continually polished so the best plan is to keep it dry ns long as possible touches are deadly enemies of mirror backs and yearly ruin many thousands For this reason the old silverback mIrror is passing away and the new ones are coated with a composition that is proof against in sects but that does not give as flue reflection as the other Sort HELPS FOR WOMEN Sunshine is a powerful treatment for disease If you aspire to health and happiness you must allow sunshine to come into your house When making starch for light fab rice odd one teaspoonful of borax thingsIthem Women who do their own washing should when finished rub their hands with dry salt This brings out the soap andmakes the hands more agreeable I01d potatoes are greatly improved Iby being soaked in cold water overnight or at least several hours after peeling The water should be liangeTI once or twice Whenever vegetables put up in tin cans are opened and only partly useii staa41Jltearthen bowl and put jn a cool place FAVORS CHURCH Porto Rico Court Restores Property and Allowsi Rents Last Tuesday the Supreme Court of Porto Jtlco sitting at San Juan rendered a decision favorable in the Catholic Church in the case of the Church vs the People as to the j ownership of certain properties The court finds that properties valued at half a million dollars belong to the Church nail accrued rents and Incomes since 1898 when the United States took the Island from Spain and amounting to 100000 mire de clared to be due the plaintiffs Of the five members of the Supreme Court three favored the decision for the Church The American judges de cided in favor of the Government It is stated the case will be ap pealed to the Supreme Court of the United States SCHOOL BURNED SevenStory Brick Structure Erected by the Polish Catholics Fire early Saturday morning prime tically destroyed the big St Stanislaus parochial school building at Noble and Bradley streets one of Chicagos lurgest and most imposing institu tions The school building was a sevenstory brick structure and was attended by approximately 4000 day pupils mostly of Polish parentage None of these children were in the building at the time of the outbreak of the fire Nearly 100 Sisters In charge of the school work under the direction of Sister Superior Ilogeria had apartments on the top floor of the school building All of them are reported to have escaped The loss Is estimated at 250000 Fifty Polish societies held their meetings in the building The fire is said to have been discovered in one of the rooms occupied Friday night by one of these societies MOURN HER DEMISE Miss Kate C Kearns a well known and popular Lexington girl died Wednesday at the home of her brother James P Kearns 220 North Llmcntoiie street and the sail news was everywhere received with ex pressions of profound regret She was a young woman whom everybody admired and a favorite in her wide circle of acquaintances Besides her mother she leaves two brothers James P and David Kearns and one sister Miss Char Kearns and one sister Miss Charlotte Kearns nil residing in Lexington The uneral services over her remains were held Friday morning In St Pauls church and were very Impres sive i DEPUTY GRAND KNIGHT At the meeting of Local Council 300 of the Knights of Columbus on Wenesday evening Thomas A liohnn was elected to the position of Deputy Grand Knight to succeed Walter Il Lincoln who resigned on account of Inability to attend the meetings regularly Mr Italian holds the position of auditor with the Kentucky Wagon Manufacturing Company land is well known in Catholic circles al ways taking an active part In church work nod in assisting in other works of charity for societies and institu tions INAUGURAL MEETING Division 3 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will hold their first meet- Ing of the new year in their new hull at the northeast corner of Seventeenth and Main streets and the entertainment committee desires a full attendance of all members of their own division and all visiting members of the other three divisions as they have planned a pleasant Bur prise for the inaugural meeting in sofs first and third Thursdays of the month HURT BY PALL Richard A Sweeney who fell last week and sustained fracture of his arm while leaving the L S N shops where he has been employed for thirtyseven years will soon be able to return to work The accident happened in South Louisville and Sweeney returned to his home 1621 Magazine street before he received medical attention The ann dththatwithin the next few days LOOK FOR BIG CROWD The members o Company A Und form tank C K of A who are arranging for the reception and euchre at tellers Hall Shelby and Itoselane streets on Thursday night January 10 will be prepared to entertain a large srowd The Knights have procured many handsome prizes and will selectandlowing the games there will be a programme that will interest all who attend JOINT INSTALLATION Division 1 A 0 II expects tp entertain the largest gatheringof Hibernians of the year on Tuesday night January 8 when the joint in stallation will take place That day being the anniversary of the battle ot New Orleans and Jacksons great victory over the British forces arrangements are being perfected for a yOf the event and all members of the order In the three Falls Cities will be cordially wel comed TABLE LUKE TaAle linen in order toTiring rat the bright glossl that snakes it at J I G a a FRflNK FEHR JBREWING 60 t Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY =DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BlEwINGc COJMPANYXN- CORPORArEDTELEPHONE 482 LOLTISVlLLS XY PABST BEER i ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until proprely agad TELEPHONE 1 i3tsip Louisville Brancn ourreentli and jenerson Sis Cumb Phone Main 1913 191THII WIEDEMANNBREWING Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent lave Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN F OKRTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEEB 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILL ASK E OIZie DIERSENSFINE nARK BE RTelephone 1137 0 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE jour JBi FRANK iVALTERS Clay= Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone aopa LOUISVILLE R Y THOMAS KEENAN f Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All nightCarriages 1225 W MARKET ST VINES UQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 442 VW GREEN t4eT C SCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE Hams Bacon Pork Lard Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and Oreeu Streets trac ire should be dampened con eclerably before being ironed tJ l- wfi a III n SMITIEI F Independent of all Undertakers LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladles and Children a specialty Office 2406 PAYNE ST Give your boys an education that will prepare them for e- ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 1 12 W Broadway Louisville Kyv s ClualcoEtScientific ppeliOymnaalum tIaNRYtIIJNOWDUAIIZR Staple and Fancy Groceries A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a SpecfaKy Home Phnae 4338 540 w WALNUT HERRMANN BHCt 4 IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND UQUOKfr Distillers and Wholesale Deal ere in Finest Branca of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OFWEISOli BOTTLED IN BeND Telephoac 1948 234 Stall 3frrettwo Old aad Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGEL- OUIS E WAWTZ V DOII PrpriltcrS 0 839 FIFTH ISTREEU VV vYrB r M T T r v1vl j g y tiiitM riliftiiifi r C r I lirTnOKY tRI8H Al1EHtOAN FINE JEWELRYW- e are now showing the finest assortment ever seen in this city Diamonds Gold Watches Rings and Necklaces almost reasonable prices Calland see our display of Handsome Silverware BRUNN THE JEWELER S3Q West flarket Street I THE WHY OF ITIn all piano pkyers the pneumatics are the vital part of the entire mechanism In all piano players EXCEPT THE CECILIAN these pneu matics are made of wood and leather and thats where the trouble comes in Ever Ret your shoes wet and have them dry bard and stiff Leather will do that in damp weather for it absorbs the moisture Ever bad a door or window stick in your house Its because the wood swells during the damp weather Thats the trouble with the wood and leather pneumatics They are affected by the constant chapges in the weather and cant do the work properly In the Ced tan Piano Player mechanism the pneumatics and the wind chest are made of metalbrass steel and phosphor bronic weather doesnt affect them in any way They dont swell neither do they shrink and thats why they are always in perfect working or- derMONTENEQRORIEHM MUSIC CO agsaao FOUR LI AVENUE J Factory 415417 Second i i 1 I i i d H J F3 tiII H t HI f IgM Mgr IH H H 11 I I I I I 11 I I I Jut I I I H+H TELEPHONECUSCADEN J 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 SOc 75c and 100 We have 1wagons and horses 4 phones Fo1 prompt delivery call HOME AND CUMB 518 and 5S4vi I Hul I t I I I 11 I 1 I I diI111III I I I HiLI I 114I 1 HEATING STOVES RANGESand COOK STOVES Our assortment for this season is the choicest we have ever had and almost all of our stock is Home Manufacture EHER SON 217 West Market Street t line Cbs fl Rogers BOOK GO f PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES 1 TO SUIT EVERY TASTE S Give us a cal and inspect our line of goods They are the X finest of their kind In the city 8j BOOKS MAGAZINES AND ARTICLES + OF EVERY DESCRIPTION + a 434 W Jefie1son Street+ sss+ + 19A9NANtOJNRPOJNRPOJN- RPPrdm J I I I COAL RELIGIOUS flulloy Special CoffeeI- s earning a repntatlon for itself that should recommend it to aU iovers of good coffee It sells at 3 Pounds for 50c But that Is no criterion of the general excellence of the brand Try it and become a permanent user MULLOYCOFFEE ZZIIL1 61RIE1L BANNONJR Vice Pres LJ SserdaryB 8- B 1 W M P I VN B BANNON Treasurer ntuc y YitrthcdErik- a fi C- DI r INCORPORATED JVttaiaxaitiottarors oC VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS Office 503512 W Jetton St Works Magnolia AteBet 9th and lOih 0 TELEPHONE S73 TELEPHONE 1252 1 sfel6Ahamaq DR J T CHA WKS Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC UD PRACTICAL HORSESHOEIM 6 Horses Celled Per and Delivered OFFICE INFIRMARY AND SHOBNIf ORK 18671009 W BROAftWAY ASK FOR wt FALLS CITY BEERfi ONSALE EVERY j r W EREf r k PHONE 756CUM1r110N WEST fS l1 s IISatisfac MoneyBack a e eeeee 00t8000000 BACD SON MARKET STREET BET THIRD AND1 FOURTH ill- Popular I i Jilappy New YearI TO ALLi- s I I I r The Hearty Wish of Louisvilles Popular Price Storer I i We 4 wish everyone to be merry and enjoy to the fullest extent the New Year 1Vealso take this means to thank our customers for their liberal and esteeD1edl i patronage for the year of 1906 iThe volume of our business grows greater every day and we feelcompelled to enlarge our present store which in all probability will be done within the year iii i0000000000000000 00 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes Milwaukee has a division with 00 members one of the largest in the United States After the first of the year John A Murphys entire energies will be directed toward malting the Count Boards affairs successful Pat Burke another of 4s war horses brought an application wIth him this week and says hell 11lle a few more two weeks hence John P Hellons smiling face loomed up at No 4s meeting Wednes day John is exTreasurer of t11i8I division and one of its most Joy members all Rejoicing followed the annual reports of the officers of Division 1 at Scranton myhlelishowed a jiwuivti 1memberslllpRev Bernard M OBoylan pastor of St Francis de Sales church nt Newark Ohio was presented with a handsome gald headed cane by UiI Hibernians of that city Division of Syracuse will have a great time next Friday night State President John W Dorsey will 1 be the guest of honor and will Install the officers Division 3 of Syracuse has closed a contract with Michael OBrien for an electrical display for Its ball on New Years eve that will eclipse anythin ever previously attempted in 11l1t cityDivision 4 is considering seven sites for a new meeting place at the expiration of the present term A more central location than the pre ent one will be the means ol booming the division- Twentyfive member were initiated into the first and second degree and fifteen annllcntlons presentee at the last meeting of Division 11 of Fall River Mass The annual election was held and a social sessloi followedUnder favorable auspices a divis- Ion was recently organized in StI Patricks parish at Moxham PaI about three hundred members of the order being present from various parts of the V country The tllvisio will be known as No 15 and will have sixty members beore the new year Enthusiasm ran high at the Hiber nian election held at Shubcrt Theater Hall in Milwaukee Prof Michael G Italian of Marquette College whose goad knowledge of the aims andI objects of Hlbernlanism and everyI phase of the Irish question renders him worthy the office was elected County PresidentIMany leers others have decided to let their officers have another term These officers will be Installed next month and should realize their duty They are elected to watch over their members and make the divisions grow Unless there is growth there will be no success and the newly elected officers should fully this realizeI The Ancient Order of Hibernians stands for the protection of the home and Its divisions furnish a place of safe retreat and social enjoyment for all of its members where they will not come from the promptings of duty simply but be cause of the warmth and cheer and fellowship which they find and enjoy there Let us emphasize continually the value of our meetings as a means of enjoyment for the members as well as for upbuilding the order The St Paul Hibernian festival and bazar closed its doors in the wee sma hours of Saturday after mid night in one blaze of financial glory The house w arming If such among many other terms it may be called was unique in the history of Irish festivals in St Paul Jn that It repre anted timings as they are done say in 06lnslon81veryivceks entertainment is not yet figured up limit ufflee to say at this time it will reach the thousands mark EUCHRE PARTY Too much Christmas was prob- ablY responMe tar time small at endanett rat IMHfloa 4s meeting on Wedaeed 1nlhtJla1l1u Ken lf1Y and Peter LlwiH were reported stilt- theon alclc jiiat and the application 9fW J HanapD 1f8oa recwyed Joa G- i eph L Lenihan reported that thi committee hind Investigated several hall propositions and would report further at the next meeting Tin Literary Committee also promises n I EmItarnreported books were in good shape KNIGHTS OF COLIIBDS Late News That Wltl Interest Members Here and Elsewhere The new Walnut Hill Council liar ing secured the requisite number of applications Cincinnati will soon boast of four councils I Minnesota has flourishing council at Rochester an Falrbault The re ports made when the annual election growtin1lillLittle has been doingI K C circle during the past tjy fweelcs the mos important business being the election of officers and nrrnngg for tIle customary Newand ear receptl I The proceeds of the chiyrity ball to be given next month under the auspices of the Long Island Chapter which comprises fort three councils eridoHva hospital lfedfnnd to beheld in trust and fnjm Jtwill be paid the euSt of maintain beds InI various hospitals throughoul Brooklyn AMUSEMENTSt For New Years week the Masonic attraction will be the comedy drama Texas Timmis said to be a tMle i and picturesque story of life on the I ranch arid Isi said to be excellently portrayed the cast to be seer here br1r1 Patrons of fhe Buckingham are promised nit entertainment of excel tional ineit next week The Broad way Gaiety Girls and John Weber are booked for time occasion with the- lusual daily natlnee during the en gagement Judging from the bill there are many features that are I above inerg vaudeville and sure to please i jl I IThe Hopklni management will pre sent a lively issprtment of acts for New Years veelc and indications point to the Hfrongest programme offered this Season Allstar vaudo Air ille Is promd tim patrons of theater for N w Years week Eight big acts willfiie presented nt each performance Including comedy singing and thletl a x bill will lass and dfv a fIne new lOtof movingPpictures I I Playgoers will welcome the announcement that the Rogers Broth atiMacauleys next weekI erR will be They will beieen Monday and Tues I lay with a New Years day matinee red Mace will be seen Wednesday natinee and JsVenlng In the musicalI play lime Umpire Den Greets layers will be at Macauleys the last half of the week presenting The Merchant of Venice Twelfth Ight and the religious drama Everyman j LAW TO REST Mrs Sarah Cotter widow of Jonas otter and fIr over half a century I resident of this- city respectedai highly passed too heri heavenly reward Tuesday afternoon death resulting I from infirmities incident to her ad anced age Mrs Potter was the sis er of Mrs Thomas Connell 1527 West Walnutfstrcet with whom she resided during the later years of her 11f She ISUtrmother of Mrs Danel- P Gallagher hind a ulster of Phil He Cue of Euzp1eUl lad both of vhom BUrvivS her Deceased was a woman of may Christian virtues and for many long years had taken mush charity work of theInterest il the tthedral congregation Tier funeral took place from tile Cathedral on Thursday morning and was largely tended DBUTY NEVITT Grand President Martin has issued the commission Qf Leo Nevltt who wlll be QoungU1 Deputy for St Cth erlnCiS Coo111 yM tiat New IIavea DeMY Nevltt is a young m of sUvttof eharaoter and the ohor that M stowed upon him wl11moat aifarMllr redound toegood of the council tf X 1 0000000 IIifThII Prices I0 0000000 IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges In an interview Lord Clanrlcarc declared that all the trouble on his estates was due to the Wyndhtu act of 1903 He resented itlle Premiers attack upon himself On recommendation of Lord Cloi brock Lieutenant for the county the Lord Chancellor has appointed John J DArcy of Clifden to the Commission of the Peace for the Count of Galway At the meeting of the Balhnnslo floral District Council a letter was rend from the Bishop of Clonfert ex pluming the conditions under which houses and plots could be secured for laborers under the new labor nct A very malicious affair took pin In Dawn district last week It 11 alleged that some person laid a quantity of poison along the public road with the result that n Inge number of dogs a pig and a numb of fowl were poisoned There are few If any estates sold under the Wyndham act in Count Cork T n which tenants have secured terms as favorable as those on Ule OConnor property In Ballingearj TJio tenants who are mostly Recon term will buy at twenty years purchase of the second term rents Justice Madden opened the Leinste winter assizes at Wicklow Hi Lordship said that the cases thirtj one in number or a little over two cases for each of the twelve counts and one city over which they hae jurisdictionwere almost universal of an extremely light character Edward Donnghy a farmer resident of Ballytrnln has returned from Annaconda Montana where 1 hIe spent six years He was one of the old members of the Ballytraiu Fireside Club of over twelve years age and was greeted by a number of friends and former acquaintances An inquest on the body of Wllliar ConDor a plumber who was killed nt Gouldings manure works was adjourned for time attendance of an Inspector of factories the Corone remarking that great public Incor venlences was caused by the nonat tendance of JJaetory Inspectors iin these cases James and Thomas Donnelly brothers emloyed in the factory of Dickson R Co at Drogheda were each presented by their better halves with twins boys The grandparent and greatgrandparents of the new arrivals are alive and in good health The infants were christened Matthew Mark Luke and John Some sensation was caused in Dan don at the news of the strange dim appearance of a woman named Mum lily of Stantons lane It Is stated she was suffering from insomnia and left her house barefooted Noth- Ing has been heard of her despite the efforts of the constabulary to locate her whereabouts The tenants on the Pennington estate which embraces the townlnndi of Ballyvoloon and Ballymorlslieeu In the parish of Donoughmore ham signed agreements to purchase their holdings The terms agreed upon arc twentyone years purchase on firs term rents half years rent to be paid in lieu of all arrears 3g pei eat interest to be paid until the purchase money is advanced by the Land Commission Time game rights go to the tenants mining claims tc DO invested In the Land Commission J H Lentaignc the landlord ol orbit is in very bad temper be rue his tenants wouldnt glvfl twentyfour years purchase He haJ- a number of rent appeals tried be torts the Clef Commission rectnUy Ina Carrlckmaeross These tetuints jofc fair rents fixed about three years ago notice of appeal was scrred 1m ned lately but not proceeded with till now and if the sale had gone on at the landlords price it is certain hat nothing more would be baud ittheni The tenants also got civil illl ejectments for the November rent RECEPTION FOR DIRECTOR The President apd officers of the regorian Congregation of Coving ton have planned for a large recap tI01 In hoWr df Alfred Booth of livSrrfpol liflgland vko Is just sue tC dlnr Harold Becket OibhisJDl- I k rtp t ol Mat tie CVInK ron C tIn atedryaLfti 3 Cathedralt iwfttory1 6H time evenin- grnnuary7oft n q- ritol H H iff t1a JAMSGREENE426 427 429 EAST MARKET STREET Furniture Stovest I and Ranges EXCLUSIVE AGENCY FOR THE i PENINSULAR STOVES RETORTPENINSULAR SMOKECONSUMING HOT BLAST BURNER This heater is unquestionably the greatest smoke consuming hotblast slack burner ever made made of liningbasash hearth foot rail top rail and re illuminatingdoorNothing like it ever offered at i 10 rI THE PENINSULAR SMOKE CONSUMING DIRECT DRAFT NEATER Burns any kind of fuel Keeps fire I all winter Its one of the most satisfactory and scientifically constructed heaters on the market today has ringdoubleNever sold in any store for less than l J30 our price 20Hf Western Hot Blast tt- ItIt Smoke Consuming Heater 1 warm air parlor furnace Handsomely designed with IIA base Has large combustion chamber and perfect consuming attachment Our bargain price It It U + 25J ItI iiiL I BE SURE TO CALL FOR II McRENNAWHISKY IIII II I- Ii mtj H McKenna Distiller FairfieldY Ky ALBERT To SCHRANZ9 301302 KY TITLE BUILDING REAL ESTATEIN ALL ITS BRANCHES CUMB PHONE 543y lMONEY TO LOAN rHOTEL HOEMERHEN- RY G HOEMER ProprieloriI 15 and 17 West Twelfth St CINCINNATI 1 Parties who intend visiting Cincinnati will find here every con 4 venience and comfort to be found in a modern and up to date X hotel and at right prices Street cars pass hotel entrance 1 FIHSTCLASS CAFE IN CONNEC- TIONOOOOOOOO4 t N X FALL CARPETS AND RUGS In an almost endless assortment are the attractions at Louisvilles Foremost Carpet Store Qualities always reliable prices always ri- ghtHUBRUCHBROS 524 526 528 West Market Street S LSSSS duo I I + It f I OUR SPECIALTY 8Year Old Oleobrook Whi eyi Bottled in Bond 1a Quart I WM B511 MAN t WINES WHISKIES AND CIGARS 2142102 SEVIN H T- t II II II 1111 II II t+ If The iG MASTERBREWf Bottle Beers Gilt Edge and Bohemiiaii FOR SALE AT ALL LEADING CAFES ft I THE JON KAUFFMAN BREWING CO l162ZNDIUIVINE STREET CINCINNATI OIII8 j I CHAS AY RATTERMANN Traveling Representative J MM M M tun Ii H++ + H T1xx WINiL OHAMPAQKBB J Ar KOIJB TI- I 345 West Green Sti+ et LIQUOR CIQAKM 1 r I J