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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w i JRIll AMERIcANII VOLUME XVIII NO 3 LOUISVILLE SATURDA JANUARY 10 1907 PRICK FIVE CENTS MUCH WORK Before Central Committee of the Catholic Knlghtf of America Must DIako Preparation For Entertainment of State Council Ritual Committee Will Blako Its Final Report at Next Meeting f r BRANCHES SAKE FAVOR ABLE REPORTS a The Central Commttee of tho Catholic Knights of America mot in regular monthly session lust Friday night in St Marys Hall and soon after William T Meuhan lind iin Htnlled the officers It became apparent that there was much work before fcliein that would continue to the end of their term First John J Score caled the committees tvtjtcn Lion to the fact tlrait the next State convcnton would be held in Louis villt Arrangements will have ib bo made for ithe proper entertainment of the State officers delegates and visitors and he thought the Central CoinmiUee should not delay much longer before taking care of itlila master The convention it Is dthought will be Itlie 1largest Ithe Catholic Knights have yet held in Kentucky ruud may contliuve for several days Banquets rides mill other forms of entertainment will be provided nnd it is now dame that the various brandies tthould be visited and asked to help defray the expense Mint must be Incurred President Joseph P McGinn was presented with tt su prise Konvcnlr by William dishing whkli wan litter divided airiong the delegates For the special committee on ritual William T Meehali reported tint the men bers were making satisfactory pros ress and would have everything iin read isuess for on exemplification at the next meeiting Bernard A Kris upon behalf of Branch 042 invited the delegates to a housewarming to be Khan bv that brandy Sn Its new ipumpnl uiQi1J n ILtJ19JlJtla wo 4 on Tuestav Jamary 22i trepontejuins lie nIfbrAlneiie memberhlp1 with St Michrief lin the leadand the officers were core linended for the splendid showing treyare making A number of new delegates were received as members of the committee but tts many branches could not be hoard from until the latter part of tills month President McGinn announced that the canunitltees to be appointed would npt be named before tthe Fed ruary meeting Pollee Commissioner Murphy rep resenting the Jefferwonvllle Knights anti Capt Gus Kane of the Uniform JUink hinlted that there was some thing doing and ithat there will ban unexpected showing upon the oc casion of the next regular meotlng They want to inaugurate a movement that will enable the two companies tIle band and Ithe Knigltfs of Louis ville to visit Oincignatl when the Supreme Council meets there next May Their suggestion was Indorsed by Delegate Harry Yeeneman who expressed the hope thai Kentucky would make a bdtiter isJhowing then either Ohio or Indiana bath of which r are already preparing for that event mimed with the uniformed compa nies nnd branches of CovhiRton Newport IJellevue and other Ken tacky towns there is no reason why tliis State should not carry off the honorsAnthony J Sheridan representing L Branch 4 Who iris been prominent in the order for many years iwas called upon and responded with one of the best talks that leas been heard re cently at any meeting of OaUvollc Knights TIle order was never be fore in bettcr condition he said and reports from all sections of the country showed an awakened interest and resrtoroltiion of confidence But notwithstanding the bright out look for the future sail will depend upon the interest the Individual members take and their attendance at meetings The reputation and standing of the officers were of the highest awed would draw strength from all quarters and with these faots before them every man and woman In the order Should do some thing for its advancement Other delegates told of the plans made by their branches and President Mcehnn invited ithe committee to visit St Johns branch Monday S night when a smoker would be giver a tihe men of the parish In the school lUlU He also stalled Ithmt Broncli 25 had within ttflie past few months secured ten new members whMi they looked upon only as a ijtartor In the campaign they will conduct during time coming year As soon as trite Membership Guru mlttee Is organized a series of visits W to all the branches in the Tails Cities will be organized and there will bo r it tareturn to Ute old time fraternal spirit that existed prior to the ro rating It was with much regret that it was learned that Col Mlcluol- TIelchert could not bepresent belnri dtlll conflnefl to his home as the re suit of Vjurias siistaine3 nearly two months ago i DUBLIN CASTLE 0 Lady Aberdeen determined to lg ts6ie her reign in Butolin Caetie ty G U- I 0r doing all she can for Irish industries is to give a wonderful Irish lace 1ball- thi8 month The dresses of the ladles are to ue s tar as poss tble of Irish manufacture and this will certainly be no hardship in view o Mite beautiful Irish poplins and tidier fabrics nqw manufactured while Irish 1 lace- of crochet Is to be de rigueur The gentlemen are to appear In iI oour- tdlli9 with ruffles and jabots en tirtmmly of Irish lace The dances will- Inclnde Irish jigs and reels oldfa shloned step dances and several quadrilles in which the dancers will nil wear lace of tjie saute make TSlius tJlure will be a Carriekmacross quad rille a Limerick un old point and other quadrilles SUDDENLY STRICKEN Death of Mrs Charles J Fin can Shocks Entire Community It is wlt3i feelings of the deepest regret that iwe have to record this week tihe sudden mid unexpected death of Mrs Bottle Finegan beloved wife of Oharlels J Finegan ithe well known West End grocer 1iich sad event took place at the family residence on Nineteenth street last Sat urday night Mrs Finegan had been ill since December 24 but was thought to be recovering as lie was able tw be up and receive her friends Near midnight she was stricken with heart failure and expired before the I physician could reach the house t making the third death within her I family within a year Deceased had beeii in robust health up to her ill nw s and enjoyed the confidence and well wishes of nil who know her and by her gentle manner liberal spirit and cheerful disposition had made for herself a wide circle of friends and no emunles In every tvny she wins extremely generous anti her charity to the poor and needy was certainly unbounded For ninny years Mrs Finegan was the soprano soloist in tlie choir of St Pill trieks church and was always motive In the charitable work of that parish Considering that she was a young woman It was generally ex petted her Illness would be of short duration but despite nil that rued cal skill could do coupled with the kind and gentle nursing of kind nnd iffucfifonate relatives and while ap jmrerttly IOn ithe roil to recovery the midden change eaino and to the grwit grief of her devoted husband and a large circle qf relatives and friends she passed peacefully away Snnday and Monday nights the bout- sciyMhmadttjmvtlttKtltai 7J ucu1- lit Aexpress jsyinpafhy and pay re spect to the memory of ithe dead the St Vincent de Paul Society of St Patricks and Division 1 A 0 II appearing in a body Time funeral Tuesday morning w1a s largely at tended mind bore ample testimony to the reispeot and esteem in which the deceased was old Vicar General Cronin officiated nt the solemn high mass of requiem and in feeling manner pall high tribute to tIle Chris tian life and worth of lice whose death they mourned Besides the bereaved husband tile aged mother and two sisters Mrs John Ryan and Mary Lincoln nnd three brothers William Pierce and Dennis Lincoln yet survive and tto them we tender our heartfelt synv styLEASED WITH LECTURE Great Audience Heard Lect ure of Dr Doherty Tues day NightT- ime annuoaicemenit that Dr William B Doherty would lecture Tuesday night before rthe members of Mackin Council brought out an audi ence tliat thronged the club Immense late comers having ito be content with standing room Dr Doherty was received with enthusiastic ap lapse anti for an hour and a half he shore home truth after truth that applied ito mens lives from boy hood up and left an impression on tIle minds of his hearers that wll not be soon forgotten In conclu BlIqn the Doctor expressed himself proud of Mackin Council and its aehivemesiltis and plefased vltli the evidences on all sides that time members had time best interests of the I expressIngIunanimously vdted ito Invite Doherty to again address ithe council in the near future Dr Phil 0 lleutel was a welcome visitor JUlln a happy rtalk extended Mackin Council an ttnvitaition to visit 1 rinity in a body bvhich was accepted The members will moot ant ithe club lioiusie and several htradred wHl be rpeatd to malle UIO trip PrlosiidcRt Sand nmuc Charles S PaSdy ns Chairman for Mackind booth alt the bazar to be given for Stt Ceolllas church nfter Fraser and nIl1 members of the council residing 1na that parish will constitute a com mittee to wrist him Th eapplica Lions of Newton G Rogers and John Clifford were referred ao the Mem borshSp Oommibtee and they will be elected in time for tine next Initia tion Thursday February 7 was set oa the tAme for tie annual euchre and reception ithe arronpementa for MIilch will be made Ibr Messrs Jolin T Kenney Thomals Filburn Frank Ltmahan Will OT ole Charles Kle hummer John stewart and George Keitfor They will prepare for an evening ofIayjal enjoyment and time Ols ribufiJon bf many prizes JMucli other busi newt was transacted anti oIbe tittld9 sat 3toiirn until a Mte amour Sr Q I ENCYCLICAL I Holy Father Sends Words of Comfort to Catholics of France While Certain of Victory Must Do Prepared For All Sorts of Trials The Church Did Not Willingly Expose Herself to Her Persecutors NEW LAW HAS ORGANIZED ANARCHY Trite Osseroatore I56mano last Sat urday published the text of the encyclical addressed by Pope Pius X to the Frenolr people width the Assouiaited Press reports in part In rills document the Pontiff said this chief object in addressing the faithful in France was Ito comfort ithoni in their sufferings which I he felt deeply There was 3iowever great consolation in time fact that the Catholics of France were united The French Governments declaration of war was not only against the Christian faith but against nil spir itual ideas French Catholics must be prepared for all sorts of trials butt they were certain of final vic tory This meant time maintenance of their union with the Holy See which was of the greatest impor tance as shown by the efforts of time enemies of the church to ills solve this union Contrary to the ritatemenits on the subject the ohuroh dill not desire a religious war involving violent persecutions Be ing a messenger of place and carry ing out her mission loyally the church did not willingly expose Jer self to war and persecution as she did not desire to see her children suffering Regarding ithe eccle siastical properties time encyclical staid the rope had not abandoned them The French Government had imposed on the Catholics of Franco an organization which the church was absolutely unable to accept Wifhout Inlperiling her existence as u divine institution The chorea conitlfctiSrpr Bner Sle un3lst spolla ton in progress As for the pro posed cultural associations they are corttrary to time ecclesiastical hier achy given to the church by the Divine Pounder Himself and the Pope condemned them in spite of the material injuries involved at the hands of the Government Besides the law conferred on these associations attributes regard ing both the exercise of worship and possession and administration of church property which appertain alone to ecclesiastical authority Finally the associations are not only withdrawn from ecclesiastical jurisdiction but are placed under civili authority Continuing the Pope said We have been accused of prejudice and inconsistency and it has been said that we refused to ap what had al prove in France we ready approved in Germany nut tilts reproach is unjust and unfound ed for while tile German law Iis coudemnable on many points and was only accepted in order to avoid greater evils the situations are very different The German paw explicitly recognized the Catholic hierarchy which the French did not As to time annual declaration re quired for public worship it did not offer time legal guarantee that the church had the right to expect Nevertheless to Jbillite worse evils the church might have tolerated raking declarations but laying down that the clergy shall be only occupants of the rflmrches without any legal status and without tIle right to perform any rulminlstraltive uot in the exercise of their ministry placed them in such a vague and hu nilliaiting position that the making of declarations could not be ac ceptedIt remains to examine the law recently voted by the Chambers From the point of view of church property it is a law of spoliation and con islcatiou and has consummated itlie Pillage of toe church Although her divine founder was born poor in a stable and died poor on the cross and although she knows pov erty from the cradle the property she was possessed of none the less belonged to her and no one has the right to deprive her of it The statement rtJiait time I Government disposed of the abandoned properties of the church adds derision to fipoilaJtion From the point of view of religion ithe new law Jiaa organized anarchy Itt Installs tt regime of uncertainty and arbitrariness There is uncer talnity ns to whether time churches tihall iii the meanwhile be at the dis pOOlllJ of time clergy and faithful In eaoh parish the priest will be in the power of the municipality with the consequent possibility of conflicts in nil parts of ithte country In addi tion time clergy are under the hear test expenses white their revenues are subjected to strictest limitations Hie new law aggravates the law separating Olmrcli null State We can only condemn it with precision and without ambiguity Certain rtlclesthrow new light ontihe real aim of our enemies They wish to dMtrtJY the church arid deoiirls ani1b France without attraoUng jitop cot ely the attention of dftie pee Jple If their course were really j apuharsa Uiey pretend they would D l t pursue it openly nndfnke oil the responsibility appealedhistory to size that the Papacy it lns because it did not nilas 1111 forum of government AVUWI all its Strength time 1J1efend ithe divine founder of The papacy wished to world that Man must CQIDrnt himself wiflh higher Ideals thaiii the occur rences of everyday lifejjfvnd that the supreme inviolable jotiBof the 1hu man soul on earth is accomplish its spiritual duty at oil costs nnd of us in Spite of all hoWr serve and love God T COMPLIMENTARY l Euchre To Be felvcn By Dlvison 4 Wednesday Evening r A large crowd of Hibernians and their friends are expo ed at attend the complimentary euchre given by Division 4 A O IL1ut their hall- In time Hopkins Theater building next Wednesday evening All of the members of the Local divisions aptilknriesthis Jef of fersonville and New 1 Albany have been invited nnd the committee promises to take cart of nil who attend tThis is the first loci f affair given by this division for tlie new year and resident Joseph McGinn announces taint it will not be the last ishe says that Divls ion 4 will al ways be up tint a dri ng somotdilng for the benefit of the members mid the booming of the d iisjon in genI oral nUll an increase I membership is promised as the embers have been lamenting for appicaitlons since the first of tire year Time committee In charge of the vuopru are David IJoilly Joseph L Leiuhan and John J Barry RECENT DEATHS Tlie death of McCleiiry the infant Arthur and JSellie McCleary Plotfuce street on Sunday desolate another happy ie funeral took place Ionda being tenderly laid to rdst in St Louis cemetery 1The funeral of liltlam F Keiling ook place Sunday njffernobn from St Boniface of whic i She had boon a member since boyhood His death followed a short illnks and caused a feeling of deep gtf m Jto yperra- dtlbolr el LLiLtq3yiiLlc rgLmiwetisani- nns popular Of a cheery and gen erous dL XKaUion he was n dutiful son and staunch friend and his un timely death will leave a void in many quarters that will not be soon flied Miss Katherine Belle Sullivan daughter of Michael and Alice Sulli van 2322 High avenue and one of ice lost popular nnd respected young women of St Cecillias parish fell a victim to dread pneumonia Tues day afternoon after an dunes of but a few days She was twel1t three ears of age and besides her mother and father for years a faithful mem ber of the local police force she leaves three sisters Nettle Alice and Lettie and five brothers William Frank Charles Edward and John Sullivan The funeral was held Thursday morning Kev Father Brady being the celebrant of the solemn mass of requiem Mrs Catherine Corcoran widow of James Corcoran amid for many years a respected and well knows resident of this city died Saturday afternoon nt her home 2300 West Jefferson street after a long illness of asthma Deceased was born in Ireland seventytwo years ago but ante to Louisville with her parents and reared a highly esteemed fam ily Mrs Corcoran was known and beloved by nil wino came within the sphere of her influence and in case of sickness and sorrow she was ac counted a ministering angel She is survived by two daughters Miss Mary Cordovan and Mrs Charles Byrne by three grandchildren one sister Mrs Armour McFnrland and a number of nephews and nieces in Louisville St Louis and West Point The funeral services were held Mon day morning OIl St Charles Bor romco church Rev Fattier Raffo being the celebrant Of the solemn requiem mass News of the death of Mrs Nora Irene Johnson aged twentyfour years wife of Ben Johnson Secre tary of the Central Consumers Company was received with feelings of inexpressible grief by her friends throughout the city Mrs Johnson was a moSt loveable young woman and possessed many fine traits of character and the tact that she leavs two small children renders her untimely demise doubly sad Mrs Johnson was a native of Ire land coming to America with her parents when eleven yearn old Four years ego she was married Besides her husband she is survived by two children her mother Mrs Margaret Carroll three brothers Piatrobnan John Carroll and Patrick and Morris Carroll and threei sisters Misses Julia and Anna Carroll and Mrs Frank Clasby all of this city Her death was due to heart failure fol lowing an operation performed at her ihome 1435 Twentyfourth stre t- IT he funeralltook place Sunday after IT on from St Wdlliams church and largo concourse of sorrowing friends followed the remains to St Louis cemeilery Colored gloves haT supplanted I white ones In Parisian favor and tan way or black long gloves are thva correct thiar for Street wear ICa I FEDERATION Annual Meeting Was the Bios Interesting lIehllol- Yenrs Attorney Newton G Rogers the Unanimous Choice For President Rev Charles P RafTo Invited to Address the Next Meeting MANY MEW DELEGATES ARE SEATED Time annual meeting of the Louis vine Federation of Catholic Societies held in the parlors of the Catholic Womans Club wins interesting throughout and gave evidence of an PRESIDENT NEWTON G ROGERS awakening interest in the work oft this representative Catholic body Not only was the attendance of dele gates larger than for many months past but Secretary John Crotly an nounced the affiliation of additional bodies Resolutions on time French situation were provided for and will lie reported tit the next meeting when the Federation will give emphatic declaration of its position as regards the persecution of the Church now going on in France The reports submitted showed the stand ing of the organization and the societies sending delegates and upon the whole was very satisfactory Vice President A J Sheridan who occupied the chair in the absence of Magistrate P T Sullivan re viewed the work of the pmst yeas and in calling attention to the elec tion of officers that was to take place urged the delegates to place only such men In charge ns will make the Fderation a power for good Great care should be exercised in the selections about to be nmde and he bespoke for those chosen the earnest support of every delegates The election iwas then gone Into nnd time following were the unanimous choice President Newton G Itogers Vice Presidents Clarence 1C Zook Dr B J Lammcrs and Margaret Foley SeeretnryJohn J Crotty Treasurer Louis F Steiner Executive Committee Charles S Kaidy Edward Kelty William J Norton Miss Mary Sheridan C Po Pryskuckl and Wdlliam Wetitenauer In accepting the residency Mr Rogers said that he did so with the understanding that each delegate present was for him as they alone were responsible for him being placed in the position Under his administration it would be the pur pose to have the Federation cogniz nut of all current events and hap penings ns they relate to the Church and its people Ho promised that the meetings would be made nor- minteresting and that all questions af fecting Catholic interests would be taken up and fully and intelligently discussed In order also that proper impetus might be given any work before the Federation it was an menaced that the Executive Committee would meet for conference with Jute President on the third Thursday of each month The delegation representing Mack in Council Y M I accepted an in citation to arrange a programme and take charge of the April meet ing as will Trinity Council the month following the Executive Com mittee to determine which acquits itself best Each council includes in its membership well known lawyers physicians merchants manufactur ers and workingmen and as there is a spirited but friendly rivalry be weed the two the programmes will be awaited with no little interest and willf draw a large oititeiulance A number of communications were read and credentials for newly ap pointed delegates med Betel which copies of rite FedetmitLon Bulletin were distributed Magistrate P T Sullivan who was late in arriving delivered an ad was called upon and dress that contained timely sug gestions Without noise or display the Federation he paid moved along conservative lines and had accom pUshed much und it wart to be hoped the delegates would prove loyal in attendance and thus make light the work they would have before them Special notices wilt be Issued fort r nani the next meeting nnd members of nil societies affiliated with the Fed eration will be asked to attendtand hear the JIm Father Charles P Itnffo who has been asked to de liver the address on that occasion Thomas Feely and Magistrate Sulli van were appointed n special committee to see him nnd ylll make all the necessary arrangements lather IJaffo has kept in touch with the Archbishops v Bishops priests and many distinguished men promi nent in the federation movement nnd doubtless the meeting place will be taxed to mold those who will want to hear him The local Federation has begun itho new year well Indeed and If the members continue the interest dis played lnst week the results will be gratifying ito nil our citizen- sJEFFERSONVILLE Hibernians Will Celebrate In Honor of Erins Patron SaintN- otmwithstnndlug time bad weather there was un enthusiastic gather ing of Jeffcrsonville Hibernians in Pfaus Hull Tuesday night to witness the installation of officers mod tale steps for the celebration of St Patricks dry Michael Kinney the retiring1 County 1rc dent L installed the officers with n brief address nfter which Louis Constantine re ported that the Literary Committee vas arranging for n celebration on Monday March 18 that would equal any ever held in the Falls Cities the full programme of which would be ready at the next meeting John Kennedy presided and made a fine impression Time reports of the outgoing officers showed the divis ion in splendid condition With a membership of 325 mostly all young men A pleasant feature was the presentation by Barney Coyle of a handsome gavel decorated in the American null Irish colors to Pros dent Kennedy who promised to wield it with the utmost fairness He then announced the appointment of time following standing commit teesSickLoris Constantine John E Murphy Michael Kinney Thomas Aliern Barney Coyl- eFinnnceJolum B Murphy Jr Dennis Ahum Barney Coyle Standing John B Murphy Sr Barney Coll licdmond Stanton Mike Garritty John Flaherty John B Kitiney Joseph P McGinn and Toseph L Lcnlhnn President and Treasurer of Division of Louisville and the representative of the Kentucky Irish American were among the visitors and were most cordially received resident McGinn was at a loss to find words to express his surprise and delight nt what he saw and heard at this meeting not having mad any Idea of the great progress the division had made during tho year Alter congratulating tile members he invited them all and their lady friends to attend the com plimentary euchre to be given Wednesday night by Division 4 Treasurer Lenihnn was both eloquent mind witty and his reference to his President evoked much laugh tel tie had listened attentively to tIle reports read and the record spoke well for Jeffersonville Throw Ing a bouquet at the young men he ursred them to be on hand Wednes day night when he would see that each had a handsome and dashing lady partner for the evening His illusions Ito the Kentucky Irish American for which he would throw aside any paper published were ap plauded An invitation was nlso extender the division to nttend in n body tIle initiation to be held tomorrow afternoon in the Hopkins Theater building I AMERICAN STUDENTS Pope Plus Praises Them For Success They Have Attained Pope Pius last Sunday received the students of the American College in Home who were piiosonbexl by Mgr Kennodj Hector of ithe college Mon seigneur Kennedy said the Ameri can students were more numerous than those of any other nationality attending institutions of learning in Rome there being 120 ot the College Pope Pius nftier praising the students for the success they hero attained in their studies spoke to them about Frl11ce saying In the war that is being waged between the clergy and toll ithe expressions of unity and sympathy 8 from Catholics throughout the world ore Vice greAt- est consolation America especially has distinguished herself in this way i deed America is a are to us When you return to your glorious country follow with the clergy and the people this luminous example of unlldniity dn the tremendous conflict against the church I MEETING OP PROTEST A monster moss meeting of Catho lies of New York and Brooklyn will be Meld next Sunday evening Janu ary 27 rut the Hippodrome Theater in Yew Tork to protest against the cruel treatment which is now being accorded itihe Oathollcs of France bye French Government Time meeting will bo hdd under ithe auspices taif time In gMsof Columbus of Qrealtar New York rand several Con gressraen and ic4her taren of note will address the saemblape 7a BESTEVERIIA- uctent Order of lllbornians Isll Rising on a Wave of Prosperity Initiation Tomorrow Will Mark Another Important Milo Post All ArrangeniontsComplot0ForLecture IIaltigan DEGREE WORK TO BE IMPRESSIVE The ofttheHibernians are out hustling for new members and lncreuseIoulilleits membership before VIle national con mention thnt will Tontojj ufte1noonthenew year will n Inthebuilding when the degrees will be onla11gespe cial preparation has been made with the view of marking another milepost in the history of the order in this city Each of the four oral uIIltlug twerymember G requesting their presence tomorrow afternoon It is expected that the State President and the entire County Board will be dn attendance to witness the exemplification nnd lend encouragement to time movement for the upbuilding of the grand old order Speaking of the past history of the organization in Kentucky and old tIme member said this week to the Kentucky Irish American The Ancient Order of Hibernians is tile best society ever organized for Cnitholic IrUhmen and the younger men are now realizing this in nil sections of the country and it is gratifying to note that tour local di visions realizing ithis footsore leaT Irig notllfhg undone dosecure men to join that will be a credit to our or ganization Our grand old order is rising on a wave of prosperity never equalled by any similar society and spiritfpresenthueund creed as never before They realize that in order to secure repeat and equality our people must be united and time one society capable of this Work is the Ancient t Order of Hibernians Unity K sholp and True Christian CharityKour motto Is broad and Catholic Inspirit and under its Inspiring senti ments exist a true brotherhood of Catholic Irishmen true Ito the land of their adoption and loving the land that fa awaiting the day when Rob ert Emmetts epitaph may be writ tenIn no section of the country is runismthanr ithe present time Jeffersonville only two weeks ago had a successful initiation which will bo repeated here tomorrow louisville has two flourishing divisions of time Ladles Auxiliary nnd next Wednesday even Ing the entire membership will be entertained at a complimentary euchre by Division 4 when handsome uCJthlngleftto the enjoyment of the occasion Then will follow the grand illus rated lecture by Patrick J Hnlti gan editor of tho National Ruben nian atiJMncauley Theater on Sun day evening February 17 under the auspices o Division 1 This lecture will be on Irishmen in the Ameri can Revolution and Their Early Influence in the Colonies and wit be inlfcrapersed with patriotic Irish and llalt1gnnhllislarge find appreciativio audiences anti ithe verdict passed may be summed up in tho words of the Tier Patrick Quill S J professor at GermantoWn University Washington D C who isnys Only one word and that word Is admirable Your lecture wag first myownjudgmcntOanthy nnd Father prima were de IIglhtad The morel you repeat it the botfcr dt will be but even your first essnj ass just splendid Your must cal approiatcSoon the new County Board will beI organized and then a final de cision will be arrived ns ito the roan ner dn which ithe anniversary of Irelands patron saint Will be ob reed Of course nil the members will laproaoh iholy communian St Patricks day but they will fclso keepingthAPPOINTED ASSISTANT Lawrence W Callahan a veteran of the Fortyfourth New York in fantry but for many years a well known resident of New Albany muse last week appointed Assistant Su inteudent of the Nationall Soldi cemetery at Beaufort NCITeSaturday to enter upon the dut by1bestknewu l J u i J 0UC IBC y lJ1USII AIEinOAN kItKENTUCKY JWSfl MERIGflN NI 1 INNIN111 r Yetod to the Moral mad Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C Bute red at the LottiavIlle Postofflce as SecoudCUss Matter Address all Confflflnlcatlonitotht KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN335WeelOrec- nStrettTJIcOUNcIL nn LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JANUARY t9 1907 WITHOUT CREDENCE e The Associated Press says the iint prosslon still exist among Cathol clergymen of Indianapolis that nev 1aiher Chartrand will be mndt1 axliliary to Right Rev nlshopr diocese Here iInCloskey of this Louisville the report is given no credence whatever Our good Blshoj though not quite ns young as many others is still as active ns any n111 JIBS no trouble whatever in condo ing the affairs of the diocese which all concede to be one of the bcst managed in the country In Kei iucky it is the universal hope Ifhat DLshop McCloekey may reign for many years to come GREAT LOSS TO CHURCH k The Catholic Church of the Unit d States sustained a great loss by the dentin of Archbishop IMontgomer vfliot died last Thursday in San Frai cisco following an operation for op pendlcitls He was recognized fJr Ills piety learning and ability ond in him the Catholic fraternal ordei had a wise counselor and t1le friend Archbishop Montgomery a nntive of Kentucky being born iIII v Daviess county December 30 18n Cardinal Gibbons ordained him in Baltimore December 20 1870 and li was consecrated Bishop and Coadjutor by Bishop Morn of Los Angeles April 8 1894 On June 10 lSJS Bishop Montgomery eucceedc Bishop Mora at Los Angeles where lie remained for seven years and iin October of 1903 was transferred to San Francisco as Coadjutor Ito Arcl bishop Kiordan Ho fillet JIM higher office with signal success and during the San Francisco oafastrophe llc won the love of people of all creed and nationalities SHUN PUCK That alleged illustrated comic weekly Puck is out with the most bitter and rabid cartoon on the Oatl olio church we task ever seen It displays France on n long suffers CUvrrangry from being milked by the clergy and hierarchy of time churcl kicking over a milk bucket abele papal revenues and itJie mllke s Ills Holiness Pope Pius X The clergy are represented as bees stint Ing the cow until goaded to desperi Lion it BhVnvB its resentment 1by kicking over the entire dhuroh and the oaittbton is labeled A kick tit WIS a long time coming This barber shop weekly lists al nays been a notorious enemy of tile church and its people Even in tIle old A P A strife it did its best to stir up ill feeling between the Oath olles and their fellowcitizens and it is high time that the Catholics of organizesfight OiS this latest attack is entirely un called for and should not be let go- by witiliout some show of reseatmcni on t1ie part of Catholics and other fairminded citizens The Catholic press in the East and especially in Pucks district Now York ehoulc ask for an apology for this Insult nnd if not granted one should with the assistance of the Catholic societies and people in that Bectiouh start a crusade for the abolishment of itiiia low weekly that attempts t0 prejudice and array one class of peo pie against ondUier by unfair and untruthful tactics It is our honest r opinion that the trade mark at the head of Pucks columns entitled What Fools These Mortals Be must certainly apply to ithe purchas ore that is if they are looking for a comic paper as tie cheap wILt and weak humor displayed therein ore poor in comparison to cither such rrpubUestions FIGHTING DISEASE IWiitdng upon the above subject President Eliot of Harvard Univer sity Bays recent events have brought into strong light a new function of the jnedioal profession which in sure tu Be amplified and made more effective in the near future meaning the fuucftkm of teaching the whole popu ltton how diseases one caused and comm riQ8Ib d and what are the cor responding means of prevention The repent campaign against tubereulo tiia Ja a good illustration of this new lunation of the profession To dis- chargen H well requires in medical men the power of interesting ex poltionwth telling Illustration and iWofiag eadhpratlon Obviously the iuhbtfcm calls fur disinterestedness net public pkifc on the pant of the krofrpystoa but ito this call it is cert ta that ihe profession will respond iltjd eau for some sew adjust ks and new fimetRms dri medical jjt which should hereafter be o j careful ito provide means of popular iI exposition concerning water BUP j plies foods drinks drugs the para aittc causes or consequences of dls cause in men plants nnd animal1- nnd the modes of communication of nil communicable disoses Medical museums shroll be nr ranged in part for the instruofto of life public The medical school also habitually slixmld provide popi mar lectures on medical subjects nnel these lectures should be given without charge on days and at hours when working people can attend In other words selected physician should become public preachers as well as private practionons America has much to learn from Europe 1 In regard to IUds public spirited senlce on the part of the profession c FRANCE WILL OBJECT According to press dispatches from home corespondents unofficial nd Ilcos that have been made in nn en deavor to ascertain Italyte attitud concerning representative of tho jYaitlcan at the coming pence con Terence at The Hague have found no encouragement Although the rels liions between Italy and the Church ore nav the best the Italian Govern newt does not think It can abando I the principles established In 18J9 hen the Papacy was excluded from Itthe first conference Besides this there is now another country Ulat I IapalIrepresentative France I The Vatican hoe asked for no rep resentative at the conference men droned and it would appear tJmt much of the stuff cabled over nbou SS intentions are the merest bosli I roUlerIjvirite a great deal concerning mat Mars and questions about which the3 Ji now absolutely nothing in most cases the wish being father to the thought I Several clerical gnats at a bar net held in a prominent St Ioui8 hotel noticed that at the newsstan dim lobbyof that hotel sonic ery In anti Oathblfc and filth books were offered for sale such I1S Maria Monk and others even morI dsguatlng Some lewd pictures were also exhibited Formal complaint ivas made to the manager of the hotel against tilts nwsstand till attcnition was called ito Ithe fact the leis Catholic patrons object ito Bucl1 Tileness As a result of tale protest I ploturosIjolicy ito pursue in the case of Puck ifliieh is always insulIting the Oaith lie religion The publishers of that vile filth ook The Devil in time Church lave recently announced that the ere obliged to destroy tone plates of said book and to sign an agree tent with ithe Government never tu tublisli said book again That tit utter statement is n malicious lie jvidently intended to hasten the sale I f the book is evidenced by tthefactI hat Assistant Postmaster General randfield has informed the Na ional Federation that no such agree nent was exacted by the Postofficc Jepartaent Christian people would I ntIlons of this disreputable character hick is a violation of the law The Present Episcopate mot Tuesday in the Chateau A la Muette here they received the encyclical of lie Supremo Pontiff and deliberated lofer the situation now existing in France Nothing definite liar been et given out from any of the see I ions heM but there appears no oasibillty of any action having been ken that was not in tacoprd w5t3i lie position of Pope Plus X JOLLY TIME FOR ALL The Pastime Drill Company prom illM a night of merriment for those vtoo httcnd their euchre next Wednesday Moro prizes will be warded than lilt any euchre given this winter Their hall ot Seven eentli nnd SouOigate is the largest In the city affording ample room for immense gathering All who want to have a good time and win same thing should not miss this ATTENDED FUNERAL Mrs John Mullaney and daughter Miss ltose were called ito Memphis xsfWednesday ito altterid the funeral of her nep3ieiv Thomas J Talty brother of Miss Katie Tally formerly of this city but for several arts idenito emP1iMlhe nena1took place from 9t P ters huroii and the ILnlUrment vas in Avery eeraetcry The deceased had nn v frlllt1s ln Tom1t +Jtr Will be patned to learn of his htjt I I SOCIETY i Mss Agnes Laven left the first or the week for nn extended visit with friends in Virginia Mrs Charles L Crush gave a de llghtful dinner Wednesday evening in honor of Miss Willie Lee Johnson William Cole employed at tOle Tefferwonville car works Is aga1n able to be out after a short lllncs Miss Nora McDermott who nr rived that week to visit friends beret has returned to her home at Inrls Mrs Mike Everin of South Louis vllle has returned from a visit of several days to friends in Cincinnm Frank Oonnell left last Satin tiny after spending the holidn s witJi his mothqr Mrs Mary OCoi noilI Miss Eleanor Senn who was home for on extended holiday visit has returned ito Sacral Heart Academ to continue her studies Martin Tracy one of the bl8t known citizens of JeifeMonville is reported slowly improving alter u long illness of rheumatism Mrs Josle Sheridan of 80utJI Louisville will return next week from Syracuse where fflie wa cnlletlto attend ItJie funeral of ller sisterwill Schneider of Sixteenth a11l1 Market street is setting em up t the boys this week a little Mir SchneWMr having arrived at liis home Mr and Mrs Joseph M Keyer en tertalncd at the Seelbach nt dinner Monday evening in honor of tIlelr nephew MniUin J Keyer who returned to college on Tuesday Miss Nellie Finegan daughter of Mr Miidhnel Finegan of 1139 Sixth street line been ill for time past Cek nt her hone but her physician pre diets that she will be out in a lew ilays Virgil Balm who dins undergone n long illness ait Oils home in rthe We lmind expects to leave for the Kaist within a few days Jn time hope tilillt die itrip may restore him to bette health Miss Margaret Norton arrive home Monday front Pittsburg where she spent several weeks visithi relatives A number of reception mad entertainments were given in her honoi Mr and Mrs James Doyle of Qverton tredt Newjiort celebrnite their golden wedding nnnlversar lost week Theywere married in Canada in 1857 but for the pas fortysix years hove lived in Ne port llicliutnl AVhitty of time Big Stars wcarhtlfa broad ismlle dime day amI with good rdaaon He has become the father of a fine boy nnd hose who miss him evenings wi find Brim at liome entertaining the new arrival Miss Itose Henley lwent 81th street entertained the West Em Young Ladies Euchre Club on Tues lay evening The favors were hot unique maul handsome and Mis Henley was voted one of the season most elmrmlng1lOstesseR Deputy Sheriff Denny Heffeninn home has hud another visit from the stork who left there a pretlty baby Jurl Denny feels very proud ore ihe addition which increases the umber tliiat call him father ito ulne fthre bois and six girls Martiin J Cusick rtlre Schooll Trus 1ttC is attending time national con eutlon of clothing cutters in Chi ago Mr Cusick has tact a long tine o experience as a cutter JlOW adting In that capacity mitt dame tail ring establishment of Jif Born raeger Miss Florence Rnpp entertained a iiimlHr of her friends on Saturdaj iftcrnoon Those present were isles Rachel OBryan Francis lenchey Leah OBrynn Petronelln ihours Boneto Murphy Stoncr ilurphy Adelaide Strassell Ida look and Florence Ilapp Miss Sheridan McBride entertained n number of her friends Saturday afternoon Among those present wcre Misses Jennie E Gnau Clara lIur8t Amelia Stateler Katharine owling Margaret McCrory and lieridan McBride Prizes were TO- nby Misses Jennie Gamin anti Mar gnret McCrory Announcement was made in Cincinnati this week of the engagement of iron Owen Tyler of Louisville and Mrs Harriet Hulbent a leader in Clifton society and the daughter of Judge Johnston During the past- few days kite City Jlall has been thronged with friends who called to tender congratulations to the Acting Mayor Misses Mary anal Tillle Cuniff en rained the Goodwill Social Club at euchre Thursday evening Prizes were awarded ito Misses Mayme loc- Cue Mary Cuniff Katie McCue MesslS Charles Leatherman Lawrence Meany and Russell Moeller The next euchre wUl be given rut the homo of Miss Irene Lucas 315 Seventeenth street January 24 Mrs Catherine Lang 2329 Bank st1cet has announced the engage ment of her attractive and aecom pllllhetl daughter Miss Nona Belle Lang to Clarence B McDonald f- the Southern Optical Company Their marriage will be solemnized by the- Rev A Ji Brady flit St Cecilias church on Tuesday February 5- D9th are receiving the congratula Hons of their legion of friends Charles Carroll a former popular member of the Jeffersonville fire ipartment whose home Is at 234 Ohloavenue arrived home Tuesday om Trrdinnapolisbrlntalnml with him 1 handsome bride who before lien 2 marriage was Miss Mayme Whallet The wedding was solemnized at Uoly Cross church Uev Father Wndo officiating Friends of the fortunat groom have been showering him with congratulations- Mrs Louis W Hugelmeyer enter tulned at euchre Friday aftcrnoo in honor of Mrs Adam Stratman of Huntingbiirg Ind Among talOse present were Mesdames J W Hors man Joseph BlKcoplnk F Slcin hnuer J Standfort F Jonsecl William Hosier Edward Fislie Itobert Zanone F Enslinger 1 Strntmon P A Plnschke F J HorHtnmn 7 Bennett J Wcrnes J Sears and A Stratman Mrs E P Doran entertained with a euchre in honor of her sister Mn John W Haler and daughter Ednt of Chicago 111 The following were present Mesdames J W Haley of Chicago P petards of New Al tinny J Julnlnn Edward Cardicl Sr C llauzler G Syler M Lamper and M Itossen Misses rjUna Haley and Francis Richards kept tally nnd Miss Anna Richards of New Albany presided at the punch howlI Prize were won by Mrs P Richards Mr Jf Lnmperc Mrs Rossen John Horning a pnomincJit ml prosperous resident of Clarlajville roan spent several days here IIMs week as the guest of Messrs Jnmc amid Peter Curran Mr Henlngs hOll elry is the heeidquartcrs for trav cling mind railroad men and he iIs doing a ne business He ways thcr nine many Irishmen in Glarksvdlle all of whom are energetic and pros pencils but that there is a promising field for many more During his stay here Mr iteming visltdd mime ous paints of interest and made many friends who will welcome 1 his return MRS THOMAS H CLAY Exhibits Boldly Dense IIflnor ancc of War of Independ ence and Its Heroes A special dispatch in time Ohicinnnt Enquirer lof Tuesday from Lexingto says there is trouble in the rank of the Daughters of the America Revolution there over time report of Mrs Thomas H Clay Regent of the Lexington Chapter published in tlle State D A R year book just out The report in telling of time variou achievements during time year teak They have rescued the Fourth of July from being merely a day for negro picnics and Irish barbecue inch their simple beautiful patriot celebration of the day thus beoom nn event in Lexington Loud pro tests to thLq classification have been made and the matter is to be taken up with the State Regent Mrs J N McCormick Such discreditable mention of th Irifch by a lady who claims to represent the Lexington Chapter is sur rising and should place her on 1lle outside of the ranks of those win are now and always thave been trua to our flag awl country As tin Daughters of the American Revolu tlon is a patriotic and historical or ganization andals the Repent of the Lexington Chapter exhlbts boldl her dense ignorance of the national Ity of many of our greatest Revolu tlonary heroes it would be well time some action isliould be taken t Inform her how the Irish in Ken tucky at least revere time spirit of 30 and celebrate our natal day July 41 Mrs Clay should at once procure nnd rend a primary history of tit evolution and there she will fim irfonnatioii bearing upon tin bravery of the Irish who made everj sacrifice and contributed in larg measure to the freedom and hippi uss she now enjoys Every setioo child knows the story If she will wine to Louisville on February n im will In one evening teach her 1 pfson on the Irish in time Revolnir frat will be worth more than all- TIIC education sue has yet received Strain we say to her to read up be ore again mentioning the Irisi bout whom she evidently knows othing at all- BISHOP SPALDINOS HEALTH The Bloomington Bulletin thus re ers to the health of the Right Rev llshop John Lancaster Spalding shopof the diocese of Peoria Bishop John Lancaster Spalding will leave in a few days for Hot icings Ark where he will spend the remainder of the winter During Jhc past few weeks the Bishop lies shown a decided improvement in his condition He is I1ppl lIng himself to the important phases of his work roving the routine matters to bU uxillary Bishop OReilly Bishop Spalding is daily Been out riding even In the worst weather and but few iyn have been too baill during the past few months to deprive him of tJlls pleasure WELL DESERVED The election of Mr Henry streng oft the Big Store to the Vice Presi dency of ihe Retail Merchants Asso atlon was a deserved tribute to- this enterprising clothing merchant SInce Mr Strengts advent in the clothing and furnishings business 1n this city he has shown himself ih irested dn the citys welfare and 8UCCoSS and the and his firm have alI s been willing and ready to nld any movement that tended toI ulsvlllea upbuilding and prosperity FATHER RYANS CHURCH Preliminary steps were token this wreek by the congregation of St isephs church of Winchester for the Erection of a handsome new church building The congregation there is not large In numbers the Democrat says but the members areI strong in time faith and under the retie charge of the Itev Father Willinm B Ryan theywill no doubt erect an edifice that will be a credit to the Catholics and the city Father anis a zealous priest and well known all over tle State and veo- ple of sal b Ii vediwlll encourage sad 0il himI JIn 1bus Jajrifable undehtaM f 1 IS 0 0 0 S I N OJ N N N IJ jr N K X N N N N f rst rls JrttssyJ S S S 100F GIVE US YOUR ORDER JIi y fy yh fhyyyy i t t = r- Ii Jw= k GOOD WORKII 1 Ii 0 4L PrintingI 2 vv I1ttl FAIR PRICES I i YY yh s csyy i9t yyhhii f C ii ii= Kentucky Irish American i yy h- H OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET u= Nu N NNN NNNN N N N NNN N NNON MN N NNN N N N N N MI iioor rS r S N r S KNIGHTS OF JOLIIMBIIS I 1 Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere Fifteen of the eightyseven coiii ells in Pennsylvania own their OWI1 homes costing from 5000 to 54000- Xew York Knights last year spent approximately IOOOOi for the pur chase munch ereotlon ofnevv clnb houses The fourth degree will be ton erred in time district of Norther Illinois on Sunday afternoon Jain nry 27 in the drill hull of the UI1I cago nsullin Temple Virginia has eight councils with I1n agregato membership of 1010 rill institution of n new council lit Petersburg and coming initiation are expected to add largely to that number Bishop Connell Council of Covhif ton expects to initiate a class of twenty in the first degree early I111 February District Deputy JRI1IfS Ropers installed the officers II114t Saturday night- Philadelphia Knights have held ar nual receptions for the past thru years handing the proceeds thereo amounting to 17000 to Hit GrntC Archbishop Ryan to be devoted I to worthy charities January 1 there were 55750 S ir surnuce and lliSOO insurance members enrolled This phenomenal in crease can be best understood when it is stated that seven years ago the membership wnte less than 50000 Right Rev Bishop Northrop of Charleston iS C in a fourth degrce member Time council there is nliout to begin the erection of a handsom building that will be a credit to the city nod order having n fund of 7000 for that purpose During the past year three new councils were organized in Xebrasko Though not quite five years olel there are fourteen thriving council In that State with another being organized at North Platte The membership embraces about 2000 men Baltimore Knights are building an addition to their present home tl1e total cost of which wil be 40OOC They will give a fair the first wed In February and among the prize house iathroestoryoffered nre a 1700 fourseated automobile and in J500 piano tic new Norwood Council installs Its officers lost week in Cincinnati A social session followed the ceremonies which were largely attended This council win attend the inltin lion nt Lexington tomorrow wher irrnngements will be completed lor- a return service AFTER PRIZE Intform Rank Made Splendid Showing at installation of OffICers njho Installation of officers of l ndeskl Company Uniform Rank C 1 of A took place Wednesday even Ing at their armory on Eighth street In the presence of the wives sisters id sweethearts of the members of- that splendid semimilitary organiza ion Owing to t3he absence of Adjt Gen Michael Reichert the install tUon ceremonies were directed by- Col Joseph P McGinn and were ac cording to the new ritual just is 8uetl Following these ceremonies sfreshmenfcs were served after which Capt Archer llped up his mend drilled them for threequarters oft an hour many of the movements citing applause from tHie specta ors The company was complimented on- nll sides Col McGinn saying it was most certain to carry off some prize In the competitive drill next May when the Supreme body meets in ClnelnnaU Others predlotetl that Cmpnny C would be a close com pctltor for first honors in that contest In which companies from many States will be entered The even- tngs entertainment closed with best wishes fr the Knights and hopes that all would see them come back in May bearing first prize and with color sflylng FIELD HAS NO LIMIT The Kentucky Irish American bushed weekly In Louisville is one of our most welcome exchanges W1111st its news field is limited as Its nnme indicates it contains no trash nor mere sensationalism and can- bo counted upon to ring true under the test of questions involving mor Ity and right It is a good p per- alld has a future before it Thtis speaks the ColumblanJfree J SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O II- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuc tiny Evenings of Each Month President Thomas D Clines Vice 1residunt James J K Ikea Recording Secretary Thom Kecnan Jr- Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank street TreasurerCharles J Finegan ScrgeantntnrmsJnmes Doran DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Frida Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Treasurer Owen Keiran Recording Secretary Joseph T Lynch Financial Secretarj John T Kcnn ey DFVISON 3 Meets on the First and Third Thur tiny evenings of Each Month North east corner of Seventeenth nnd MainPresidentJames Coleman Vice President Phil Cavanauph Recording Secretary John Morri Financial Secretary Jolm Hessloi 1714 Bntrd street Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sergeantatarms Thomas Noon DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wed nesday Evenings of Each Month President Joseph P McGinn Vice President Stephen J McE liottRecording Secretary Frank P Burke Financial ecrctaryR E OSull van 1520 Seventh street Treasurer William J Connelly SergenntntArmsRobert Mitehel SentinelWilliam Ansbro- DIVISION 1 JEFFBRSOXVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesda at Plans Hall County PresldentrrLouls Coaster tinePresidentJohn Kennedy Vice President B Coyle Recording Secretary T OIIern Financial SecretaryJ E Murphy Treasurer Michaell Kinney Marshall 11 Garrity Banner Bearer J G Cole Y M x MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenigs at Glut House 530 Twentysixth Street President Ben J Sand First Vice President John T Ken neySecond Vice President Frank Lan than Recording Secretary Den Reed Financial SecretaryFrank G Adams 2141 Rowan street Corresponding Secretary Fred CahnTreasurerDaniel W Wcbc- rMarslcalJolm Humphrey Inside SentinelAdolphus Andrlot Outside SentinelGeorge Bartsch C B THOMPSO- NExoxLsT ROSEBCDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 382 Fourth Avenue 261 W liftman SI Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed Lnnce tho light and breezy monthly issued by the students of blumbhm College at Owensboro 1he kind words are appreciated but the Free Lance makes one mistake There is no limit to time Kentucky Irish Americans news field as a perusal of its columns will show Of ourse the greater space is given to neveriweekinteresting from Ireland France Germany Italy and even Australia and Africa Though somewhat brief the news of the wdrld wll bo found in these columns I KNIGHTS WERE PLEASED Capt Gus Kane end the members of Company A Uniform Rank C K o- fAart congratulating themselves on the social and financial success of their first military euchre and reception given at the companys matters on Shelby street In ad ition to the players at the eighty nine tables there was a large audi nee present to witness the games nd encourage the Knights Corn any C was fuly represented in mini onn and many were present from New Albany and Jeffersonville ortyflve prizes were awarded and allI went away happy and pleased with their entertainment 1 y MAC1tULEYS Monday Tuesday and Wedn dRY evenings and Wednesday matinee THE GIRL AND THE BANDIT Thursday Friday and Saturday evenings and Saturday matinee MAXINE ELLIOTT IN HER GREAT MATCH HOPKINSHIGH CLASS VAUDBVILLB TWO SHOWS DAILY 1 Week Beginning Sunday Jan 20 is CHINKOI Novel Young juggler Direct Prom Japan Cameron Flanagan presenting On and llarnmonylamed IfunllKauhnRn KinodroniePRICES Evening 10 to 75 cents Matinee Best Seal In House 25 cents BUCKINGHAMMATINEE Week Commencing Sunday Matinee Jan 20 Innocent Maids Co Presenting Two Funny Burlesques THE MAIDS IN CHINATOWN and FIDDLE DUM DUM And on alstar cast including an olio of headline acts Cutnb Phone W389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CREAM CO1 MANUFACTURERS OF 4 PURE ICE CREAM AND SHERBET We have our own dairy and ice plant and we separate our own cream This enables usto put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competi tors 627633 EIGHTH ST t t All the new Winter styles and shapes can he found hfff nt rMnonnhle oricM TELEPHONE 28- 63SOWDERS f FISt CO FORv 4 PURE OYSTERS NO WATERtNO PRESERVATIVE 151 W JEFFERSON ST The laurels of rralse to our DIAMOND WALT PLASTER It IIr the kind that stays where it Iis put and frost will sot injurei it three hours after it has bees put onKentucky Wall Plaster cI- NCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 KyAlsoPlaater t i VJ1hMiAI 1 I B8 CUMBERLAND 123II ARRETTS SONS I JERAL DIRECTORS ND EMBALMERS East Mtain Street ++++ + 14iF4f MMM +4+++1++t4s + 4 + + 4 + f TY S J McELLIOTT I 1ERTY McELLIOTT eral Directors and 2998 CARRIAGES EmbalmersII II Calls Answered Promplly + WEST MARKET STREET f t tt r+ OrW Smiths Son 7tAL SMITH Proprietor FuneralI Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for AMOccasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 7 TRACY STRAUB FUNEREAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS STREETShort11111111111111 1111 I 1111I 1WNJtOS SPENCER ndis Accountant President Educates Young People For Business GoodEmployment and Success Jf CALL on wnrrc rot rutt INronuATioH I Won National Beef SluesrJSlysl College 33 OLLO22 TH CRO DAnd you DONT RUN no RISK by giving YOUR LAUNDRY to the UNITED LAUNDRY CO HAND WORK A GOODS IncorpnratrdII BOTH PHONES 1188493732 T N SHEPARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN i 4 S 4xSK 3 KS3H q rOPPICB nouns SUNDAYS 8 TO 6 9 TO 12 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental wr11 done for p the least nonify Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just aa we advertise All work guaranteed DR 11 J COUCHMAN Dentist 551i FOURTH AVENUE oppJoo C Lewis Co I iETtR M ANDRWI SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Rspilrhgasil Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET HENRY ftTPULSI P U DYER AND CLEANER Lifts ni Guts WiarinAppiril WORK fiUARAWTEED bM dji 521 Fifth Strut J u a PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jrffersonville spitalforepileptic patients Both mole and female patients are admitted Rates very reas enable For further particulars apply to iMOTHbR MARY REGINA flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jelferionvllle Ind Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGE LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET JOHN HA1LAQAN DOWN John irallagtan who drove Presi dent Iloosevelfc when lie visited Louisville some years ago is in a serious oondition at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital suffering from typhoid pneumonia For several yeans lie has been a valued member of The local fire department driving the big No 2 engine Throughout the department there is a sincere hope for his recovery GIVEN SIXTH TERM Edward J OBrien whose reputa tlonns a tobacco buyer extends nil over the world was for the sixth consecutive time elected Iresldent of tIle Louisville Leaf Tobacco Exchange at the annual meeting of the Directors and stockholders held Monday afternon President OBrien is one of the largest tobacco buyers in Louisville representing the French Government in the local market besides many other trade interests He in the to InstruImental hadiTJu 0 n HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Ooli the Past Week General New Notes Division 2 expects to add twelt members nt the initiation tomorrow Ilttsburg Hibernians have decide that they will not hold any St Int ricks day parole this year Division 1 meets Tuesday nigh when a report front the committt to secure permanent quarters will bo looked for Division 1 of Jefftersonville has paid in full its national and State per capita tax bulng one of the firstIin Indiana to do so Dont forget that you and you lady friends nre invited to the coo Alimentary ctiriirc to be given br Division 4 next Wednesday night The Hibernians of Lowell Mass will this year celebrate St Patrick day with a banquet ilnstend of a pa radc This plan gas been adopt in many other cities Division 1 of Duluth installed Its officers Wednesday night in Catln drat Hall and then began the yearII work with the initiation of a large class of candidates Young Jock Murphy made a fine record as Secretary of the Jeffersoi villa division His minutes were always carefully written jieve r needing correction o amendment The work of the New Albany de greo itfenin is highly commendci Each member has studied his palt well and the exemplification is saltI to be as nearly perfect as possibl Dennis Gorman formerly prominent in Joffersonville llibernian cli des but for several years past 110 wilted alt Fort AYoyne writes that he has just recovered from a fho weeks illness Every member who has propose a candidate should see that he I Is presenitied for JnltJn don tomorroi afternoon The degree team expect to see n large class and should not he disappointed There was a grand midwinter reunion of Hibernians in the old City Hall at Plttsburg last Saturda night when Prof Monaghan of Washington delivered his lecture on Irish Nationality Division 1 of Stillwater Minn nnd the Ladies Auxiliary lad a join installation of officers when an ex eelleivt programme WillS renderet followed by a delicious luncheo served by the ladies National President Cummings was given a great reception at Nashua X H over 500 members being pros ent nt the meeting Upon alt side it was declared that the visit of President Cummings will be of hin inense benefit to the order About 100 members attended tbe installation held at Skuneatele Falls and enjoyed the social sessloi tint followed A large number at tended the banquet held by Divlsioi 10 at Marcellus in honor of Stat resident Dorsey New Yorks Stab resident Division 3 of Manchester X H nstnllcd officers and Initiated sigh numbers at its last meeting Itev father Creamer the State Chaplain ill much interested in the success of this division which was organized In his parish When the new St utricles church hall is completed the members will meet there CHANGES RUMORED Control for the Irish Police to Be Placed Under Irish Authority A correspondent of the Cork Examiner on the authority of one who holds one of tho most exalted posi ions in the United Kingdom and losscsses almost unique opportuiri Its of becoming acquainted in every respect with the intentions of tit Government States ithat in the ortlicoming legislative and admin strative changes it is contemplated to give the control of the Irish po lice to an Irish authority- As regards the working of the and act the Government the correspondent asserts will abolish the Onus and carry a compulsory meas ure for the transfer of the land from owner to occupier That in furtherance of a forward policy the personnel of the administration of the land act will undergo a change In one instance at least where a entleman whose offices and sym athles are well known but who is stated to luck the stamina to give fleet to his views will be promoted to another important post and his lace will be filled by one possess- Ing the requisite back bone to cooperate with the stronger person Utica that permeate and perhaps ircct the present administration The correspondent gives as an ex lanation of the resignation of Bryce from the Irish Chief Secretaryship the want of harmony that existed b etween himself and Sir Antony acDonnelf I CASPERS TOAST IDr Michael Casper returned the first of the week from the institu 011 of another council of the- IIJ1TghtsoJ Columbus hoist Sunday At the banquet in the evening Dr Cas perrespondeJd to the toast Till Irue Knight There were over 200 siting Knights present and the new council was started off with a char- tier menribenslhip of over fifty The three degrees were given by teams from Owensboro and Evansville nntI- IouLs J Herrman the cceremonies lcrt1ng over six hours THEIR FIRST Kadeskl Company Uniform Hank oti ale C K of A has out tickets an ounclnc its first eurihre and reoep tion which occurn dayeveni- ng Februaxy 6 at iMasoaiic TempeJ- IllH tt is the kitenUon ito maRe tM8 an elaborate affair and to tills end an orohtastrtv Gins been engage to render u musical progrumn white ttiho gauzes nro in progres Beautiful prizes are promised and al1 rights liaro been reserved AFTER TRADE Ireland Adopting Measures to Become Commercial Power A Dublin dispatch of Wednesdn says Ireland ds ANtiklng up and with the determination tIsI become a great industrial county From political agitation and exnlgr tlein the Irish are turning their en erglts to the commercial develoi iiiint o fihelr once distressful country The revival of peaceful nc tivlty III Ireland in shown everywhere today by tho innumerab nuvneymaklnff propositions that nre afinat Business men are engage on new schemes of every kind nnd lplentiful employment for need IrishmenI js promiswi The nati industries of Ireland are belt hilped along by encouragement nnd vigorous canvaissilng by such organ I DevelopIwomen Lady Aberdeen the Vlcerln having been successful In extendin the lacemaking craft to large proportions A cooperative creamer ban been founded by a duchess a countess is fostering a homespu tweed Industry on her estate and priest gus collected 30000with which to start a woolen mill Everybody is bein urged by circi law and shop signs to buy only Irish goods anda national trade mark has lately been adopted This is a simple design in the style of anclcr Irish art witih the words Mode iin Ireland in Tnish characters Menu while the Government is expected very soon to buy and operate the Irish railway system and effect ver necessary reforms At present tIle railways of Ireland controlled by large number of Mimri viiiiijiumu are very Inefficiently and expen sively worked A better system of pcvernment is also promised seven of the departments being overhnulc wHh a view to n thorough reoi irtiT Katlon giving a bettor ordere less expensive ijnd really popular system at Dublin Castle Mud gooc1 work to this end was done by Seers tnry Tames Tlryce who is leaving for the British Embassy at Wiashinprto In February Dublins Worlds Fall next year will open the worlds eyes to the progress Ireland is makin now that she has party shaken off the yoke of political despotis- mAMUSEMENTS The Buckingham offering for net week will consist of an all star cost including an olio of headline ncts and two funny burlesques Kellari the magician will nppea at the Masonic next week with the usual matinees Ills past success in Louisville doubtless will be repealed Upon his visit seyenil foot tires never seen here before will be presented The Hopkins management tin flounces that a good vaudeville bill umbrnclng Cllnko R Co Cameron antI Flanagan Ben Welcli Waiter bury Brothers and Teeny tIle Dllveria Trio Minnie Kanfmann an other artists will be given all next week with daily matinees Severn jf these acts are said to be abut blue average of vaudeville matoria the will be seen here for the firs time A play of the West will hold svn luring the first half of next weel at Macaulcys File Girl and the Bandit coming for four perform inces The play is said to abound In food tituatioim and to be fully uj to the standard of like plays that nave proved so successful in in New lurk the Inst two seasons The re naiudcr of the week with Saturday matinee will bo taken up with tin iigagement of Maxine Elliott ir Her Greet Match u play by Clydi fltch GENEROUS TO ORPHANS Time Christmas collection taken feur tho orphans of the Indianapolis dio ese nt Holy Trinity church in New ilbany reached the handsome sum of 315 This was one of the largest collections ever taken in any church III that diocese and is a striking evl ence of the liberality of Rev Father urran and the people of Holy Trin Uy parish SCHOOL OPENED I The handsome new parochial chool just completed by Pkev Father Wham Gausepohl for the children of St Mary Magdalens parish WMi ulumnly blessed last Sunday The uildln Iis nicely equipped well furnished and commodious mind already the attendance of pupils is quite urge Many compliments are being pnJd the Rev Father Gausepohl for his nchivenrents since taking charge of that church MACMANUS LECTURES Seaman MacManus I the noted ache lecturer and writer will be- In the Northwest next week having ngagements at Minneapolis St lnul Milwaukee and Chicago and on aturday will speak twice to the tudenta at Notre Dame University at Notre Dame Ind During Febru ary his route lies through Utah and ontana to the Pacific coast and Jrom San x Francisco to Texas and ouislana reaching Ohio the first part of March CONCERT AND BANQUET The annual concert and banquet ot the Concordia Singing Societyat lederliranr Hall on llondaj night was a most delightful affair being lidved by an audience of over 800- people The musical programme rranged by Prof Carl Schuttler and Victor Winter and divided into two parts was of an especially high quality Dancing was also a feature ini which hundreds took part All weleflllly repaid for braving the Inclement weather to attend t- q I IRELAND I Record of the Host Important 10 the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges At Hally train many nppllcatta are being made for laborers cot tapes Death has been very busy in and about Ballieborough about Chrh alas week Not loss than fiftee deaths have taken place inside that timeA large number of emigrants are preparing to leave the vicinity ot Itallytrttm in time early part of the present year No county in 11e land suffered moro from Vmigratk than Monughnn still the drain goeR onOn Sunday evening n woman money Bridget Monaglian oj Baill borough left her house to proem milk for supper Whqn in the mid die of Main street she became sun denly ill and fell to the ground llml whun assistance arrived was fonn to be quite dead The plowing match formulated b the Agricultural and Industrial So duty will be held on Monday Jam nry H1 at Cnstleblaney There is a class for swing plows and one for chill plows and three subsianth prizes are offered in each class tto which several specials will be added At the opening of the Cnstleblnnc Quarter Sessions his Honor ludg Craig was presented by Sherit Swum with a pair of white glove as an emblem of the peaceful stot of that division of county Monaghui Ills Ilonor returned thanks and ex pressed himself satisfied with that condition of affairs The South Monughan Executive of the United Irish League has or ranged for n meeting of large pro portions lIt Bnllytrain on Jonuar 20 in the interest of the eviete tenants Every part of the Count Monaghan as well ns the nelghboi Intr counties of Armagh Louth and avail will send delegations TJio collections in aid of the Pat Hanientary fund at Ballytrnln Ill though not what it 411fh11ll be wa very good natwiitilmtanding lima those vho benefited most gave leas The local division of the A O II cooperated with the I1 1L in mul Ing It a success which should liav critics very little room for fuult finding in future The Ballieborough Board of Guard fans adjourned their meotSng on Monday ns it murk of respect to tlw memory of Jolm Wlliock of Drum nnespiek and Mrs Rode Cool Market street Ballieboroiigh tim only business transacted being to pass a resolution allowing one shill ing extra for the New Year to tho eon receipt of outdoor relief A monster National dmivonstra thou 5u the interests of the eVictiM tenants of mid lrmngh was held nn Sunday January 0 In Middletrnvii Proinintnt members of Purliuinen and several of the foremost Ulste r- I Natlonullst4 us well ns local speak I ors addressed the meeting Tin meeting was arranged by Secretary riiomus Hughes of the United Irish LeagueThe death of John Willock tJol place at his residence at Druniancs pick on Sunday morning after n brief illness The funeral to May lioylogue on Monday last was very largely at tided and included all tit I IfIipwards of fortyfive vehicles fol owing the hearse The Ardee Rural District Council I IBS adopted a resolution in favor if direct labor on the roads ir Ucnth and if the roads be improves jy the change then the sootier It tikes place the better and hope is expressed that when tine subject ionics before the County Council a1 I giveIit the consideration its importance lemands as it would undoubtedly Lie time means of providing needed jinployinent for a number of laborers DrumcOTiratili was the scene of great enthusiasm on New Years eve Hie fife and drum struck out at 1JO and proceeded toward Molly andrew where they wheeled and tIe procession led down the village malting on the center of the street liter playing a fine selection of Irish airs they moved on to the hapel gate and on returning to the bandroom they received the lawnlng of the New Year with God Save Ireland and The Wear Ing of the Green The night was calm with the exception ofa little rant which rendered the streets a Ittle slippy after the thaw A very sad nffair happened during hristrnjis A woman named Anne ynch of the trump class with her icy of about five years old were taking their way on Christmas use from Kells workhouse to Bailie boro workhouse which place she ntered that night On the following morning the child was found three miles from the town on the I ells road almost dead He was removed to n neighbors house but died inn short while afterward lime news was conveyed to the police who ur ested Ahne Lynch on her way to irglnia and charged herr with the exertion of her child which charge she admitted She was tried at a pedal court anti imprisoned for three mouths QOINO TO LI XINQTON P II Callahan will head a delega tlon from the local council of the nights of Columbus to go Lexington tomorrow to attend the initiation of IHuegvass Council of that place Some of the visitors will return tomorrow evening while others will Vult over until Monday morning HONORS FOR CHIEFS The fifteen Grand Army posts of nelnnutl have called a union meet- Ing for Thursday January 31 in honor of the Most Rev Archbishop Jobn Ireland the distinguished head of the St Paul archdiocese and R n Brown The former is Navional mplaJn and the former Nqtdona1 Commander of the Gnuid Arny of- the Republic o r a FRANK FEHR BREWING CO xzcco po Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY DRINK Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BY ACKER11iANBREWING INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 xOUXSVXLL ICY PABST BEER N j ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hops never permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TELEPHONE X380 Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts Cumb Phone flaln 1913 Home Phone 1913 b THE WIEDEMANNBREWING Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville KyrJOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN E FRANK WALTERS 7 Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY ASK FOR D i ERSENSFINE DARK B ERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All nightCarriages 1225 W MARKET ST THE ANGELUS BELL For time first time it is said in the history of New York beginning the day after Christmas the chimes of the nngqlus bell are now heard on busy Broadway tune Bowery and throughotit the vast network of streets which lie between comprising Little Italy Morning noon and night rings out its summons to devotion and while sonic in the hurry and bustle of ftflie citys throng may ttsten and wonder others recogniz ing the call stop Ito repeat the itliree Ave JIaplejS or to cross ithemselves The massive bronze angelus bell which hangs in a bet ry of 6t Pat ricks church at Matt and Prince streets was the subject of ail Im pressive service in which Archbishop Forley officiated as the dedicating prelarte assisted by a large number of prfeatc A large proportion of tie park honern of the church ore Ital ians who Eve and Work within the sound of the bell antI the angelu calling Ithem ifo prayers will be wel comed aSA parllOf Their daily deco lioaa c u Independent of All JUcdfrtakerp KATIE AGUES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dretslrg Ladies and Children a Specialty Office 2406 Payne St Both Phones Give your bole an education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE KyConductedClarektSedentiSeandauainesacourAesPreparatory ltGymnlum1 HENRY HUNOLD DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Groceries- A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOMrIN CONNECTION Od Whiskies a Specialty 4 tome Phaae mo 540 W WALNUTS HERRMANN BRO IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUOKft Distillers and Wholesale en in Finest Brands of tacky Whiskies DeIPEARL OF BOTTLED IN BFND Tetephoie 1948 234 Sixth Street MINES LIQUORS WARS i VALS SALOONVAL Sot Lunch every morning free 9M to 1230 oclock- isr we GxexexDiv 3 J r r- i1trU1 Y K IF tk8H AMERJfANr CHALLENGE SALE THE BIG OF STORE I Begins Saturday- Everything Morning at S oclock marked down Come early 424 to 434 West THE BIG STORE Market Fourth St and between Fifth MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO uuuuuuu n Mulloy Gives TicKets With Coffes and TeasO- ne ticket with each 25c purchasegood oriytcia trade All rumors that these tickets are no longer given with Mulloys Coffees a d Teas are false Our Special Coffee at 3 lbs for 50 cents- Is one of our most pppular grades Coffees and Teas of all grades and prices Prone a trial order MUJLLO COFFEE ROASTER ti tome Pbon 1323 21B W M XIICICT csmZISUT1 Jr xxoyiy LAKE SHORE BRAND Elgin Creamery Butter PURE WHOLESOME NUTRITIOUS The Best to be found Ask your Grocer to get it for you OHASo WIGGINTON Sole Agent for Louisville Alsd Agent for BLUE VALLEY CREAMER FINE JEWELRYI We are now showing the finest assortment ever seen in this city Diamonds Gold Watches Rings and Necklaces at most reasonable prices Call and see our display of Handsome Silver- wareBRTJIINTINf THE JEWELER 530 West ilarket Street i r UY A PIANOFather Can Play Mother Gan Play Daughter Can Play Son Can Play Without having to take any music lessons such a piano is the PARRANDCECILIAN PIANO A piano that will make any home more desirable to live in because any member of the family can enjoy the class of music he or she desires If you have a piano that 19 unemployed why not change it for a FARRANDCEC1LIAN jWe will worth as part payment and the balance we will arrange inpayments to suit your convenience Come and try the FARRANDCECILIAN or for illustrated boo- kletMONTENEGRORIEHM t MUSIC CO- Ot Or3O FOURTH AVJNUE no t S thTJlOIOIOIOIC ine Giias fle Rogers BOOK GO I PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES 1 TO SUIT EVERY TASTE 6g Give us a cal and inspect our line of goods They are the iifinest of their kind In the city W e BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES 1- OF EVERY DESCRIPTION + 3tS3r w Jefferson stree1JX80+ + + + + + 4 + HEATING STOVES COALRANGESand COOK STOVES Our assortment for this season is the choicest we have ever had and almost all of our stock is Home Manufacture GEHERSON217 West Market Street DR J To CHA WKS Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forget SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For sad Delivered r OFFICE INFIRMARY AND SHOEING FORGE W7I009 W BROADWAY ASI FOR = FALLS CITY BEERU ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7SM CUMB fHONE WEST 10 u d 95 Satisfaction tionor YourMoney Back t ot 1 OO 1 BACON e ON MARKET STREET BET THIRD AND FOURTH INCORlORATJtD I PRICES ARE LOW IN OUR SALE OF I Womens IValues like these are worth considering worth taking advantage of 0- o The alone are worth the prices we quote in this sale for the garment weal Flannelette Gowns in solid colors and in assorted stripes a full line of regular sizes and extra wide sizes for stout people 98saleC- o Flannelette Gowns in neat pink and o bluestripesjextra large sizesollly75cpriced specially for this j i Short Flannelette Kimonas in Persian QS designs and in assorted stripes 39worthregularly 750 sale price C Knit Skirts in assorted colors with fancy borders specially priced for 98cthis sale at 49c 75c and e 0 Q VERY BUSY I Were Ladles of the Auxlltar Last Wednesday Night At an interesting meoting of Dlvlf ion 1 of the Ladies Auxiliary Ieltl Wednesday night at tlieir 1ml11 Seventeenth and Main the members transacted on unusual amount or business Miss Elizabeth King pre sided 1118 Mary Sheridan being 1111 sent from the city attending the ses lions of the Supreme officers of tlJ Catholic Knights mid Indies 0 America That the work of increas ing the membership continues i tJI evidenced by rthe filing of two appl cations and die obligation of tO new members The Literary Coinmitltec roportec11 that Sdireibers Hall had been si cured for the euchre and dance ito be given February 5 and that die were giiing all their time to arrangements that ivlll insure its success Numerous and handsome IJrlzJSII 1iltbe awarded during the which will be made die occasion of aI great social gathering The ladle of this division are very energetl and businesslike in their methodtJ In consequence of which they Jiuv e a splendid treasury and it lias bee1 hinted that they would not be avers to ithe purchase of B building of Uieii own Members were pained to learn of the Illness of Miss Josie Keardon Tuesday night the Auditing Commit tee oo uIiosetl of Misses Ellzabotl King Margaret Sullivan Sadie Jour dan Mrs Dona McOlnity and Kos Kelly went over the books and fount urea all corerit They wore then cn tertained in a rrtast hospitable man ner by Mrs Dan Dougherty as tin home Tickets for ithe euohre and lane dire now out and anay be obt ned from Mrs Dan J Dougherty 1231 West Marked street Happenings in the Ranks of the Young Mens Institute The recently held lcotion of l1he young lions Institute at Memphis Tenn resulted in tine following roster for the now year George A LaWo President P T Fransloli First Vice President DJ T Ilarniug ton Second Vive Iresidenij M Car rIgan Treasurer J L Gla ken Kecordlng Secretary A V It Klein er Financial Secretary C W Wale lace Jr Marshal Sentinel W L Fay Ootside Sentinel EA Clarke Executive Committee John E Col bent W E Sullivan J L Keating IrAn entertainment committee was appointed to serve on the evening lf January 25 when the 1 M I are tc give a brilliant fete This committee is composed of Thomas Smyth J W Glankler Charier taker C W Wal lace Jr Reno F T Fransibli Solute fw and D T ICarringibon A dramatic committee was also named to getup amateur theatricals presenting the same in ithe Y M I hall 01 Washington avenue The Catholic Journal says en effort is being made to bring Arch bishop Ireland there It is expected that the attempt will result in tin learned prelate visiting Memphis in the near future The Y M I iiave- a large end a griowinp membership and judging from the present out look will be the banner larancli it the South FORTY HOURS The FortyI Hours devotions will begin in t Josephs clisirch at the high MaRti tomorrow morning and Mil continue until Tuesday IrlusU of the city will assist the pastor as It is txpectel the sorvicut vlll be largely nttinde1 Ho CATHOLIC WOMANS CLUB 1 All yrrangoments liavo been per fedtodSnd prizes secured for tho an- 1ua1 euchre jiven under the auplcea of the OiJtaolic Wonwna Club which SpJa tthe club hotise on- eu a- T a fJ u i sacques are all our regular 125 0values in this sale each 75C Knit Skirts in blue blackand white value at the Eiderdown Sacques in pink light blue and red with piping of satin and with crochet edge our regular 150 sacques for Outing Flannel Short Skirts in assort ed colors and stripes ues at 25c 49C and D 0 00 West Walnut street next Friday afternoon and night This is nr event in which iMie Catholic women of tills city generally are Interested and In addition 1Y the games an in ttertialning programme will lie pre rented This institution has been do ing most commendable work for the young women of Louisville and the public should respond generously whenever an opportunity like this presents itself v LIKE OLD TIMES Meeting of Trinity Council Y M L Last Tuesday Evening Trinity Council Y If I held a largely attended meeting Tuesday evening with all of the officers pres exit and amich enthusiasm being manifested which acted as a re mindor of Trinity Jn its Pal1IJ days lice newly olwrted officers have taken a fresh hold on the club house proposition land the rank nnd file of the council believe that I year hence they will be located in their own home and PresWent Joseph Conkllng umouncing it8int lie will atrive hard ttl nccomplII1 tdils end- A P Aniahoff and Edward Pfeif fer were reported on tide sick list but both give promise of recovering in a few daya flue ttniteftaSntnent com mittee reportwl tJlat they ooutem plaltell1 gitflng a etiohre nnd dance before the opening of Lent and that tliry would nnnounce the exact date at ithe next meeting Tuesday even ing A report wits received from trite lele alas 1io the CatOiolic Federation Cud us Trfnity Council WillS short of tiheir quota of representatives to the Federation three now members were appointexl OWEN FINE BADQP After partuking of a bounteous luncheon given Saturday evening at Unions harden Third avenue ani Averr street in honor of Police Sergeant John McSweeney tit friends of that faithful dfttoer pro seated him with a handaumu attd costly budge The surprise was cum plete and NUH jjreatly enjoyed by the ninny present among whotn wcti members of the Hoard of Sitoly city official the heads of the Folic department uid prominent business and profesfiionul men The badge was worthily bwtowed anti will bi worn with honor COFFEE SOCIAL EUCHRE The ladies of St Leos church at Highland Park are preparing a cpf fee sOl jjul and euchre for their frl mla that gives promise cf much enjoyment It will take place on Thursday January 31 afternoon and evening the proceeds going to help this new and most worthy parish That the zany be plenty ol room and no confusion the games are scheduled to be played in the school house while the coffee and other refreshments will be served in the parochial residence adjoining All charitably inclined people are cordially invited as by their pre FatherFltagerald andy the encourage people of St Leos in the great work they are pushing forward l If ItOO HighII 18I Prices i I5 EXPANSION III Flannelette Garments materials expansion MEMPHIS Popular EXTREMELY readyto gFlannelette 0backexpansion gray 0expansIon finished 98c specialval 75c CINCINNATI Friendly Sons Getting Read For Another Big Time IV1 ODell was elected Iresiden John Manly First Vice President Tohn Hole Second Vice President Ilea 1 Cain Treasurer Edward J Toll Financial Secretary land diaries r Dawson Corresponding Secretary ot the Friendly Sons of St Patrick at the St Nicholas in Cincinnati In tt Saturday night Banquet and othc comiiilttcas wore to be nppointe during the week find general meet- Ings lield every two weeks untit- Murvh 17 Judge John P Murph was elected Chairman of the social session and announced that in ue cordance with the great sealed rnle of the order the time lurid arrivec with the mystic combination of years 1007 to break the seal 01101 solve the mystery which had cause so much discussion the origin 11111 inspiration of the lemons Gridiron Club of Washington City Tin Friendly Sons of St Patrick for al most countless years unitiil 1789 fin observed the ritual now used by tlte Gridiron Club he said and 1907 tine ing arrived would ngnin use it A committee was appointed to inviti Judge Alton II Parker a member of the Friendly Sons of St Patrick of Now York to lahtcnd the session bItt he had left the St Nicholas to spenc the night at the residence of a friend The following gcntlemei were called onibo make speechc sing Songs or tell stories Itetirin President Charles P Williams Pat rick IJoaoli John J Gilllgiin Thomas FI Sharp Henry J Cain Johr Mauley John II Kinsley Judge John R OConnell John Doyle James B McCnacken Tliomas J Cogan Peter It Costello Charles E Dawson Thoiims J Jxigan A C Gilligan nun Edward J Tall- yNIGHT FOR GREEN Thousands For Decorations For the Irish Charity Bali Twill be the wearin o the greet or a centoiinty on the night of the reat Irish cliarity ball in Madisol Square Garden on January 22 say he New York World The Committci of Arrangements has decided to spend 55000 in the purchase of emerak yeen bunting interpersed with hmv reds of Irish and American flags here will be in the main decorations of the garden Every one of the ilnetytwo Irish patriotic social nnd WMievolent organizations in New York is working hard to make ithlf vent a great financial success ai veil as a credit to ithe cherished isle cross tIle sea Most of these or ganizations have secured boxes and he flag o each Will be draped upon the front The conoerit hall will bi he scene of a social treat for the women Instead of a pink there wi1l- be a green tea party there In tIle mEnU time the boys can got some ipecially imported rale old poteen in he restaurant off the main entrance Two great military bands will fur lifih the music and a band of IrIsh iddlers and pipers will play the soul aspiring strains to which at midnight 100 ispedally trained and costumed Couples will dance trite jigs and reels of their forefathers ANOTHER BANQUET Monday night the members of Uackiu Council Social Club will have a banquet at the Old Inn and as it rill be a stag affair a rather lively t me is anticipated The Social tub embraces the young hustlers of the council who intend having an evening of jollity that will sur rise their elders ABLE TO BE OUT Dr Harry J Couchman the ourtharenue dentist is now able to be out after five weeks illness oft typhoid fever nnd expectrf to resume his practice this coming week at his office in the Bacon building lhe Doctors many friends will be glad to have his genial smile once more in their midst a 8f ilii I BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISK J 7 IS ALWAYS PURE 11- It 1 1ITI mIHJ McKenna Distiller Fairfield Hy = J FALL CARPETS AND RUGS In an almost endless assortment are the attractions at Louisvilles Foremost Carpet Store Qualities always reliable prices always ri- ghtHUBBUCHBROS 524 526 528 West Market Street Albert T Schranz Co REAL ESTAlfEf r IN ALL ITS BRANCHES lUONEYl TO LOANCUMB PHONE MAN 27y Ro17m I Law Bldg Center and Green S S v HOTEL HOEMERI HENRY G HOEMER Proprietor 1 1 15 and 17 West Twelfth St CINCINNATI I Parties who intend visiting Cincinnati will find here every con 4 venience and comfort to be found in a modern and hotel and at right prices Street cars pass hotel uptodateII I FIRSTCLASS CFEIN CONNECTIONi iSxSxS Sx S S x S xS Boston Dental Parlors S5OO XVJBJSOP JVCARJCEJT ST A SET OF TEETH 300 1TEETHGot Crowns 300 Bridge Work 300 Fillings 50c up Extracting 25c Home Phone 3272 ALL WORK OUARANTEED TEN YEARS m M BANNOMPros Kentucky VitthcI Erik CD INCORPORATED Mnaufaottu era oY VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK t FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS 4 Office 508512 W Jefferson St Works Magnolia AYe Bet 9th and 10th TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE 1252 FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET i F SULLIVAN Manager HBADQUARTERS FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Hinds in Season You can always find the best the market affords in Choice Cuts of Beef Spring Lamb Pork and Cured Meats of all kinds Also the Best and Purest Lard in tle city We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstdas market products LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY + T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T TTTTTTTT OUR SPECIALTY t 8Year Old Gleubrook Whiskey I w Bottled in Bond 1 a Quart WM BORGMAlSnsr II- t WINES WHISKIES AND CIGARS 2J421G218 SEVENTH ST tF t t t HMMM tMMt++ MM t t t t t t + The iG MASTERBREW Bottle Beers Gilt Edge and Bohemian FOR SALE AT ALL LEADINO CAFES THE JOHN KAUFFMAN BREWING CO 1622 AND 1628 VINE STREET CINCINNATI 01110 CHAS W RATTERAIANN Traveling Representative II I t ++t 1 F + t I t I I I t FIn WINES CHAMPAGNES AL KOLB I I 345 West Green Street XJQUOKS OIOAXI lJ Ir I t