You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Kentucky Irish American: n. Saturday, January 26, 1907. Kentucky Irish American. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins, Louisville, KY 1907 kec1907012601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: n. Saturday, January 26, 1907. Kentucky Irish American. William M. Higgins, Louisville, KY 1907 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r Ti IIzI AMERICAN VOLUME XVIII NO 4 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JANUARY 26 1907 PRICE FIVE CENTS NOT YET has the Unchristian French Government Defeated the Ghiivcli Lawyers of Different Nations Advised Appeal to the French Courts Advise the Pope That Interests of the Church Will Bo Safeguarded DECISIONS RENDERED FAVOR PRIESTS 4 According1 to Rome press dill patches the Wiitheritlqlty for which sire not vouched for It looks just now as if tie Attitude of time Vatican authorities toward the French GO ernment is not going to be a position of passive resistance after tall The Popes eyes theytay have been opened wide by the ant recent actions of the French officials nnd he is now determined to assume nn aggressive attitude for Me prate I tion of lie Interests Wf the Church Pius X thought at first that lie was perfectly helpless in the matter J Owing tio the highhanded notion of the French authorities Who seized the church properties the seminaries and the residences of nearly all the Bishops and priests of Franco under nn act of Parliament But the Pope has consulted recently with several prominent law yers front different nations and as n result DIe has determined Ito fight the French officials inch by inch not with passive resistance such as Sie has imposed on tore Frenchh Uisltops and clergy for n time but in the courts with nil the legal weapons that ho con gilt The Pope hois been advised that Mire great majority of the existing French Magistrates from the lowest to the highest court ore good Oaibholics nit heart und that they will not lot the Church suffer any injustice if they can help it while lilt the same time observing the duties imposed upon them by the dignity of their office Thus it has been proposed to Pius XHand tIle Pope htos now sully consented110 the q plan to eight Ithe French Government inch by inch in the courts nnd m see if tate arbitrary actions of the Glamencoau and Combes Ministries can be sustained in all their phases As a matter of fttdt several of the French courts thaw already decided in cases of priests who refused tio make the declarations required by M Briand nndr the taw of 1831 that they were not guilty of any violation of the law as the law still stood as unproved at the time with the spe cial clauses defining its violations and all the curculars of French Min isters could not change it wiohout the approval of Parliament But this Is only one instance Hundreds of French seminaries and episcopal residences and priests parochial houses Have been seized by the Fronch officials within the w paSt dour weipks and turned over to the municipalities or become as nn immediate consequence the property FrenchexPope thai there Is no justification in the existing laws for tine French Government tio Seize all such proper ties and dispose of them rwfiithouit the consent of those who Qiuve contrdbu ted to their building or even of their descendants and heirs As the ma tsjority of die seminaries in France were built through the personal ex ertions of the Bishops in each of the dioceses thnough tine oontrlbultSons of the faithful at least in the case of buildings erected since the von cordait dame into operation the church authorities could have an easy unction of redress in the courts of France land it would perhaps be possible to obtain roam the courts U the return of mush of such proper ties to the BUfliops entitled ito them Then there ore hundreds of DIsh ops palaces and parochial residences in France which have just been seized by the Govermnenlt and which have been given lther Ito the priests or to Ithe Bishops or to the dioceses and parishes by pious people who wished them vised in perpetuity as residences for the pastors and the Bishops of the Church No Govern moat the Pope Was Informed Jias a right to deflect the use of such properties to other purposes unless n court decision is bpi uInei in the matter which should declare that the use of the property as wished t for In the silts of the donors is con Itrary to the law There is no law as yet in France excepting the Ministerial circulars which require a dec la21a ion from a lay assoicflntion in order that the buildings be used for the purposes they have been dedi cated to for Retorts of years and any court of justice an France the Pope was told would uphold the contention OCONNORS PROPHECY T P OConnor sees an t3ue appoint ment of James Bryce to Waf ilngton tihe Dsychologiaal moment fur the Irish rouse Before Bryce has been three months fitx the gist Position in Washington tor which Ji Is so admirably fittddV prophesies QXjon nor he wufrspYae even nare Stan he does now wt every Eng ih Min C r f ifter IS responsible for two things that the Irish policy must begin by a computation at the enomrous strength which the auditions of free and prosperous Irish in America and their almiast fanatical devotion to the mot emlmt cut Qiome and that the aohlvemenfcs which the present moment offers Ito Britisfli tstaltelsman ship dn Imiperirfliable Work for EngI Iland the Brltifli Empire and the United States as well as Ireland is in the sdtltlemerit of the hush ques Hon GREAT HONOR Shown Late Archbishop Mont gomery by People of California Ierlttips not in years were suih iibtingiilKluul honors shown a dead pi elate as to the Most Rev George Jrontgomery native of Kentucky and Coadjutor Archbishop of the diocoie of San Francisco Oat who died In 1hi Golden Gate city January 11 The hotly of t3ve dead Archbishop li in state several days in the tTent Cathedral in San Francisco where dignitaries of ithe Catholic church paid homage to Itlio distinguWied dead Honors were showered on oil sides PontifioTal inuufs for he repose of the soul of the dead man was celebrated in Which Duanyof the tits tinguished preMes of California took pant llerfolutlons of regret were adopted by Itihe Iegislaiture of the state at Sacramento and all of the odle8 in Oils home city adopted np ropriuilte resolutions The cfuloglea pronounced on the dead prelate slowed that he was recognized aha great and gootl man in this adopted State He stoat high in the councils of his church and is universally mourned- Airchbirihop Montgomery thus a na tive tOf Kentucky having been born near KnoMsrille Daviess county He was born December 30 1847 He was a ton of Pius and Harriot Montgomery He redeivetl his earlyeduca lion in the common schools of Kentucky land later went to Baltimore and dtt her ditie Aflter being made Bishop lie often visited Kentucky Archbishop DIjanltiRkMnerjt Wfeis in Da teas county in November 1904 He visited Ids bid home at Kndttsrtlle and the scene of Oils Iwylvood days Arehbifihop Montmtamerv was a nephew lof iWiei lion Stack Mont gomery Wlilo Was A4Iistll1n1t Attorney GenertU under Cleveland It was thrtough this nincle Uiat he received snort an excellent education He had fwvera1 relatives in Davieas county Mrs C C Clements was an aunt of the decease Fothtar Clements of St Tjtiwoience was a firSt cousin of- Arphbh0op aronltpomerv Resides tiiioemmr relatives there tarenjgcjare or tone of peoifle tin Davaess and adjoining oounltaes who are closely reWtv l to Ithe dead divine He was Pius Montgomery ofn lrifcibdutr of Seoittle Washington and it was his nCpltow wiho ereoltlell a sensahion tn- Cn1i11ornln n few years agio by sue- cessfally traveling through Ute air in an aeroplane Bishop Momtgomery wal hold in the Highest esteem by all who knew Mm in Davless county ASSIST THE SISTERS I Hospital Sewing Society to Give Entertainment at Liederkranz Hall The St Anlthony IJospltal Sewing Society will give its annual enters itamment for ithe benefit of St Anthonys Hospital neslt Tuesdny and Wednesday afternoon and even ing at Liederkrahz Hall Sixth and Walnuit This socidty Includes in its membertshap prominent and repre eentaltdve Ontholic omen from the and their annual arious city parishes entertainment always a notable and delightful social occasion docs much to help the good Franciscan SWters who core for several hundred sick poor every year without any support ofther than what they collect from the charitably inclined St Anthonys is as large hand better equipped than the City Hospital nvtolch laSt year received over 60000 rom the General Council for its running expenses This alone should give the people of Louisville Ia fair idea of what saarifaccB these good rwomentmake anti how much they save the city Besides numerous and varied cntertaininertta In the concert hall the ladles twill serve a bountiful TWpnst in the dining rooms For weeks preparations have been under way for this event and tthtooe who attend will hav the BOtsfadtfion ofI awing added a mteft deserving chary in alldlitSon Ito n mOSt pleasant afiternoon or evening JOHN NOONAN HURT I JoQm Noonan aged fifty years snider fbi Ithe Illinois Central rail road fell from mils engine in the Seivcmthtttreet depot Tuesday morn ing and sustained painful and serious injuries Thdse who saw them fall ran to hIs oasSatance and had him removed Ito Sts Mary and Elinabetli Uospttnl when it vacs discovered- rat taro ribs had been fractured I Tito injured man WWI resting easy ylMtert and will soon be elite to bo removed tb this lime 1710 Fifteenth street SAILS FOR ROME The Mttat Rev Archbishop Quigley vftio hiss been spending the week with iltochester reteiUves sans tow morrow For home and will not rectum before ApriL During his bIsence tt3 e affeira of Ithe Chicago die ceae vAM be JadmlnSLsteafiid by the I 8flit Ber Btobop MuMoon U G HONORS I Wore Carried Off at Sundays Initiation by Members of Division 2 DFobt Impressive anti Satisfactory Ever Witnessed In Jefferson County All Divisions Will Aid In Giving Editor Hnltlgnn a Big Reception COUNTY BOARD NOW AT WORK The most impressive and satisfac tory initiation and exempUfioaUoa ever witnessed by Louisville Hiber mans took place last Sunday afternoon When the degrees were con ferred upon b cltas of twelve mem hers Owing to the weather sand lions and the flood that prevailed IIn nil quarters near the river the at tendance Was not what dt should have been los many members had friends whose homes and property were threatened by the rising waters and they felt it Mielr duty to be ready to render the unfortu naltes any till passible There was however a represent s i tive gathering and the reception of the new members was sincere and cordial The work of the degree team was perfect in every detail anl rihowed the result of careful study and rehearsal the lessons taught being beneficial to the older as well bs new members Upon nil sides were to be seen intertwined tau United States and Irish flags atlll the handsome green banners and colors of the divisions Promptly at 230 oclock Magis rate Sullivan and the degree team announced ready for the cerornonus vhich continued for nearly three hours During the entire time ilio lnspst attention Was given the team being given generous applause dur lug the intermissions The team coma prised Ithe following not including Ute uard of honor nor the choir Patrician Patrick J Sullivan IiardJames flurry Oatle Dave IJeilly Scribe Bmmet OSullivan rand hUAdeJOseph P McGinn- Sinntlnel James Coleman The eitry of the class was awattei with no litttle interest oonsldemU11 anxiety jeing manifested as to wMch would make the target showing When the Grand Guide and guard of honor finally OpIQ4etl with the twelve candidates six of whom were to be initiated into Division 2 there were txpresslons of surprise which were increased when it became flown drat bf Ithe number awaiting ndinlssicni into Division 4 not one was present It had been expeete that the number wouLl have beet t1 least twice as many but time ab sent cues will forma the nucleus for nether initiation in the near future The following are the candidates anti the dUlslons presenting them Division IJohn It Coleman Pat rick T OConnor Division 2 Edward Kavonrtugh Jutthew TJionjberry William Mar phy Mack rllO mberr Patrick roderick Tames Sayers Dhision 3Tames ODonnell Tames Carroll James Gulnnessv Patrick OMalley Announcement Waa made of the coming of Patrick J Haltignn editor ofr the National Hibernian who will deliver his grand illustrated and patriotic lecture at Macauley Thea ter on Sunday evening February 17 Magistrate Sultan oaJetl upon all the dlvJsibns to take interest in this lecture and greet lithe distinguished editor with an overwhelming audi ence The County Board Was called to meet Thursday night when reports were to be mode regarding the ob servance of St Patricks day Of course the members will as usual approach holy communion on the morning of MaTch 17 All the delegates waving now been seamed the board will get busy having an immense amount of work to perform Besides the celebration df St Pat rlckis day Onrangemenltls must be soon begun for the annual midmim mer dining aril field day ond then will follow learnest work for the national and State donVenltdons State Prettfdenlt Dutler Will soon con fer with Ute various Presidents fore purpose of formulatting plans thait will double Keritnickys member ship before the texpiroltton of hits term of office If Ute present plans succeed the Louisville Hibernians will nun an excursion to Indianapolis and Kenltucky will make as good a showing as tony of lit ssidter States Next weeks issue will conitain n complete renorlt df the beard meeting and much other matter Ithait in tereRts inbernians thtot were late aching the office BEARS Mill WELL It was fifitynine years ojgo Janu ary 16 that ItfgWt Key Bernard J McQulaid of the Rochester diocese was ordained a prieat On Wednes day Coadjutor B ahbp Hickoy and the priests of that city nail vicinity lowered the venerable prelate with their cojigsnlfculatdons There was no regular programme In Who unornSng the IBishlop sang1 high mass in his private chapel la honor of Itfeto oteca sloeo tend aU day hte sfrJenda called to express lUwir leBesfetkxnls IVkmt intend Ito delebnfee time event Mils yeW Mid Hto Bfehbp but J cup U pose nexlt year I will have to be vicWinled oiml allow my frIends to celebrate Sn great style Sixty years sounds much bdtter than fifitynlne you krtow Mishap McQuaid is next DishiolMcCloskey NEW YORK Men otAll Faiths ProtestJ Against Spoliation of Church Men of all faiths aneWlnst Sunday uigliit with the Oaitlidlics of New lork in the Hippodrome and protested aigainrit the oppiWfion of tflie church and Itfliear odreitpiiiontats iin Trance by the Government of that republic ExJtidtdce Morgan OBrien presided and in response to the tip peal for the meeting signed by fifty trill known citizens rtlllero was an assemblage of thousands tliott filled all the space in the immense HSppo I11heI1 ts liberty in France that tfiive years ego resulted in the spailaltion and banishment of thirty thousand women members of religious orders for the WJost part engaged in works of charity and education and has note culminate in the imposition upon tflio Coitholic Church of a law which has Strapped her of her property deprived her of her liberty and made of her minis ters in the free exercise bf their sacred calling criminals in the eye of the State was ilgloroiialy de nouncetl by both Protestant and CulUiolic speakers Thc position of the Church was given in Itflie Hollowing and Ithe audience igu185e11t to all contlaiined WhereIn In this Struggle tthei Church Is fighting for Ithe righttt1to worship God according to conscience Enjoying ems we Amm1cans do on lull mooS nro of religious liberty as members ot the Caltholic Church truly free in a State truly free we invite our fellowrfiUzens irrespedtSve of de nominational taMUatiions to join with us in protesting against an act of religious oppressilonV commitittetl against our coreligiolnisfe in France nnd 5n offering to ithe deVot d olergy woo are there faghiting hue battle of rebgloUjs freedom tike assurance of our sympathyt Ij RECENT DEATHS It his with deep anil heartfelrt oar row itflialt announcemeivt is Trade of the demise of Robert Tully the bright and promising Scm Of Jolin und Pauline Tully 223 Twerityfifith street whom dcfolth ushered from his world into eternity Thursday morning 4 The funeral of Mrs Mary Delaney Itook place iflom St Cecilias church of which she was a pioneer member Deceased was the widow of James Delaney and was seventyfive years old and resided at 2438 Bank street Slie leaves two seats Patrick and John Delaneyl rind a wide circle of friends to mourn her dealt Bridget Carroll well known and liked by her many acquaintances died Saturday morning at her homo in Jeffensonvllle She was stricken but a sharit time ago with quick con sumiUon and every fftjrt wins made against its ravages but without avail The immoral Itook place from St Augustines church Rev Father OOonnoll coadudtJng the Solemn services which were largely attended Two brdthers Darnel Carroll and John Carroll survive her News of the suddctn denltti of James McDermtoltlt vfho retdded with his niece Miss Fataile Clifford at 1110 Sevonltdenth Street Tuesday night was n shock Ito tide many Mends of thlat wwrlthy roman Ho wlaa one of the oldest and bet known molders in Ithe city land up tto the day pre ceding Ms death wigs enjoying good health He leaves a stop and thvo daugh leis wQifo tame iltlom Elizabeth town to attend thc funeral which took place from the Sacred Heart church Thursttaty mioirining John M Gleason a well known bookbinder liring with hits father Michael Gleason 715 Eighteenth street was summoned into eternity at 330 oclock Wednesday morning after a brief illness of typhoid fever- S was twentythree years of age popular among his friends and exemplary in his habits and the news of his death came as a sad surprise Be sides this father he leaves tnvo sisters here and a brother Sn lawn His funeral took place Thursday morning from St Patrickls wliUi a solemn requiem mlrsi- mAnother of the older and mush re peated residents of the West End William OHare 3227 Cropstreet passed to his eternal reward last Sun lay morning after a three weeks llness of pneumonia The greater part of his life had been spent in the stone business and for the past twenty years deceased had been fore nan of the quarries where he yorked Besides his wife Mr OHare Iciavea three daughters Miss Nora OHare Mrs Mary GiocamettI and Nfrs William Mockin and throe sons ritomims William and Patrolman Michael OHare The funeral serv cds iere held Tuesday morning with wlenm requiem mass from St Pat ticks church STATIONS TO BE BLESSED Tombrrow evening the Stations of the Cross In St Columbas church Vast Market street which have just been placed in poSition by Father 3alaher win be blessed by the Tier Father Leander The ceremonies j sonheeted with k1ne blosalng are very impressIve and lalwayc attraat large anipreg ions Alter tfie benecMc WelljwOIthI besdngU J s FRENCH CLERGY Affirm tho Popod Refusal I to Accept the Terms Proposed For Separation 7 Recourse to Private Worship Logical Consequence of Policy Adopted Priests Directed to Go to Prison In Place of Paying Flues CATHOLIC SEMINARIES ARE RAIDED The result of the meeting of the French episcopate which piHed ijt t Saturday according to press reports v as a complete Victory for the ultramontane ns 3t constitutes real Puptoh and State separation law The ulti mate recourse to private worship al through kept fin the background is a logical consequence of time policy adopted by the prlol tos and Mie plittstsifpaytheirIn other words passive resistance is the policy ot tie church The Government however already has declined the imitation to engage in persecution by accepting the modiftcation of the law of 1881 in reduced in the Clumber of Deputiep January 15 by Etienna Flandin Republican repealing time sections of that law requiring n declaration in order to hold public meetings The Governments action in ngree ing to the anodlfficaltllon lenables the parisli priests tie continue cele netting masses in the churches and ait tlie same time giving those wflia do comply wStili the law Itho juridical status which the Pope demanded Among the minor decisions of the episcopate was one to prohibit clergymen from paying renlt for any property formerly belonging tie the church wardens ns that might be construed Snlto a recognition of the confisicaition of the property but to permit the priests to pay rent for prosbytleries belonging to ithe com musics and to encourage the hells of persons who bequeathed funds to the church to provide for the cele bration of masses or the repose of the soul ofthe dtiad to enter recov ery suits with time underertanding fhalt If Irliey were successful the money is to be turned over to ithe hunk The Pope line approved of the de cision of fire episcapalte ito legally reorganize time seminanids into su crier theological schools thus in timing the recruiting of blue clergy The divergent yieiwis of the press on the address of the episcopate Ito the Pope published Saturday may be summarized dn the following ex traote+ from statements on the subject Time Sodoell says The address is worthy of the epifttopalte lit recalls the noblest traditions of the church of France The unityamong tIle DWliops will result in unity among the faithful On the lolUier tend time SiecJe says The relations between the Pope and elates are ambiguous No skill in wafting the address can conceal the illsadmnltageis of the situation except from those who are neither lnStated nor forewarned The meeting of the episcopate pled Saturday afternoon with a benediction service The teachers and 160 Isltudents of Ute OaMxolic seminary bit Brieuc wore expelled by the local authori ties alt daylight Saturday Much ex eitemertt prevailed and several ar rests w ere made The Students and priests wino Were not taken into cudtody formed a procession with the holy Sacrament borne hit its aead and marched ito the Cathedral The doors oi ttlhe seminary in the neighboring1 village wif Tregitler were tottered doom before the seminar yts would yiel- dENEMY OF LABOR Chancellor Day Owned Body and Soul by Corporations The Rev Dr James R Day PresI- dent and Chancellor of the Syracuse j Jniverslty belongs body and soul to the corporations or he would not ate Alumni Asboclation dinner at time stor Hotel move uttered the follow InS Wiioit is all this cry ithiati is being node about the poor wage earner rhte wage eiartters gdt enough for vhat they do and a great many of them get more I know the poor 1 have been among them and have ituttied them I know Ithait they ares thief support oi tipwardn of to 000 saloons In this city I know Ithe chief causes of Intemperance lIh met they ore and shiftlessness and hen the blame Ss put on the hard i icatlted coapiatst9nthaeWe should easo stone of tiho iphilantSirophy ftAc4i we pracjfice sand help the poor plejayaittoeiritVuity nd toanSLketJuem ielp themselves I once asked ol a ontrwdtor iwfcy betared so highs price for a building lie BaldII can not got mechanics and Its no win der he couldnt They wont allow mechanics Ito be made nowailays every man is climbing over the other to mist this own progress I believe despcismunionism It is a hindrance itself to the advance of man I believe in largo things largo ooniwrations The corporations are not large beingotaxClinstead of being dlsdouragetl by net of Congress they riliould be given free rein to reach tile limit of ttielr tiecosaitias unhindered This reverend rind well paid tool of John Rockefeller antI Sits Idnd kftows nothing of time workSngman not even in his own city of Syracuse and it is n safe bet that he had drank more whan he uttered those words than o trades unionist would in a week Wlialt must people ttfliink of a minister who professes to be a follower of Christ and titaclies Such dotltrine They should scorn him I nnd hiss school TAKE GOOD START Division I A O II Hears Reports and Committees Named s Division 1 A O H hind only a fair attendance nt the meeting held Tuesday night but those present took hold with a will and a good start was made for the new year one ap placation being received and severe more promised John Kelly and Thomas Doran were reported well but James Doran continues ill with typhoid fever An interesting com onunication from lUte Catholic Fed eration was received with favorable action The Entertainment Commit tutee reported all arrangements made for the lleclure of Patrick J Haiti gan editor of the National Hiber plan at Mtiaauleys Theater on Sunday evening February 17 Tickets are now on sale and can be procured at MuKays ten store 214 West Market street Tho Financial Secretary PeterCusicc was read showing that Division 1 had expend ed nearly 700 for sick and death benefits during the year just closed ISLJLUr expenses were quite holds but Treasurer Finegan still about 1000 in Ithe division strong bos and the old division continues in a flourlishing condition President dines Iteult Tom Fitz gibbons John Multoy and others spoke upon the work before the dl viWJon and all members iwill be asked to attend Ithe next meriting when hhss will be divided anrittletinite aeItion taken upon the question of a home or mall for future meetings The following standing committees were anuouneci- lLiteraryTema Mulloy Thomas Ddlnn Charles Itaidy Tiilonras Fitz ribbons Thomas Riley Finance Jos Barrj David OCon nell Thomas Lawler Sick Andrew Oilman George Enfl rews Thomas Ctine- flEmplormentRobert Iingan dike Tyrtan Peter OneillyII Flentt1onWnUnm J Norton diaries S Rald- yMemberiTipCnpt Tom Riley Thomas Keenan Jr Charles Itaidy Thomas CJlnes Home Thomnfi Ketenan Sr Peter M OReilly Thomas Walsh John Cyan Thomas Dolan HIS LAST RUN Fireman Lawrence Ford Succumbs After Long Illness I Lawrence P Ford aged twenty eight years a brave and valued member I of the Loulsille fire department passed peacefully awayearly Wednesday morning at the home of his mother Mrs Louise Ford 719 Wenzel street death resulting from cold and exposure undergone dt a fire in South Louisville some seven months ago Though a member of the department only two months when taken ill he had won tho confi I dence and esteem of his fellow firemen wino are greatly grieved over his death Deceased was born in this city and was well and favor ably known in police and fire department circles and had friends inII nIl parts of Louisville Besides his aged mother he leaves two sisters I and three brothers one of the latter being Patrolman William Ford While the body lay in the houseII peatooffer sympathy Tho funeral took place Thursday morning from StIMichaels church the Rev Father Connor officiating at tine solemn I services An escort from the fire mourningspendsSt Loulu cemetery 1 READY FOR BIO CROWD Every arrangement UiOs been made by the people of the Weat End for ihe entertainment to be given Tues day and Wednesday afternoon and evening1 nt Tipsters hail Twenty fifth and Market for the benefit of the handsome 3ibUe Church of St 1 Coiumba just erected by thu Rev Falther Katoher For each day an in resting profimmma mss been ar d ranged and ithere will be plenty of i amusement for any who dont want d to enter the games Many handsome prizea have been donated for the con 1 testants and also choice refresh ments Thegood people who have this affair dn charge mope to realize a neat sum to help the zealous young pabtor in making more and needed4 Improvements for the comforlt and convenience of his growing flock PRESBYTERIAN Declares the Fight lu Franco Is Fight of Crhristlan World The Protestants Have as Much at Stake as Have tho Catholic Most Conspicuous Example of National Perfidy and Dishonor NO MISTAKING THE TRUE TENDENCY iiiJ C Humph editor of Ute Charleston Xewa and Courier wad Irnhytoriansdoing magnificent defense wf the Oath olic Church land its course Sn the struggle now going on in France Appeal as we tinny Ito our religious prejudices and rejoice as some Of us are ncciisJtamed to do at the discomfiture of tho priests in Mils case be cause our tfaithers also passed through the fires of persecution there is no raistaknj the true tendency of the revolutionary conditions in France If it were only the Oath olic Church the outcome of the strug gle Would not greatly tdldtrtiss some of the separated brethren at least It is not the Catholic Church however but Christianity that Is at Htake It does not make tlJ least difference thereforewlue we believe Sn ithe Pope or nAfwhat our denominational view y beIt the figlilt in Finances at bottom the fight of Ithe Christian world whatever the regiment or dk vision or branch of the service which we belong The ProteSt have as much alt issue in this sj gle in principle as the Oat They will not lave SO much Ivferty their churches or houses and schools and Bt tad asylums will not be Iseizi confiscated by the Stalte this itlhey may even profit ito a ear extent by tho heavy hand whiy laid on the Catluolic temples meanLs of religion but time etiting a precedent which UImo nffetit till retlg2ou s 6OclttU n ithe freedom of rtflieUr worship and the propentyIt that Itlie present aggressive measurer have been resorted to only to bring about separation between Church tad State Thalt is a plea which Ould almost deceive the very oleo j but It Sis absolutely Without found ition The fight In France Ss for no other purpose than the Subjection of itho Church to the nbsolulto control relatingtopresent t IWi the purpose doubtless of finally directing time Church in tatters of doctrine BO tthlatt when Christ 3s run out of France the sacrifice of the miss will be sue ceded by orgies of the flesh This L representationdversy that must appeal to the sym pathy of nit wmo confess the name of denominnltlonbut refledtsupon thebnstless Atthepblonhe Uteltoountryanomits of profane uses After th revolution land passed ithe Front assembly plellgetlho State to mall some return ito time Ohurch for ti it tIt I supportho J worship The sum appropriated it howxbout 0thetitetriteThe agreement thus voluntarily en bodyotf of the concordat between the Church and the State in the time of ffie great Napoleon and kratod for one unfired years through all the poHti onl changes which have come to France During the period there were departres sptrtttamesteadilyhnS upon prorogaitives Of the Church until fn nally the concordat was broken neverbeenmebelloyeexnanpleIOfWhat mill be rtflie butcomeof tVjp present struggle in France nobO can tell but time aggressions of llState are eo outrageous tbalt WQ vP oSe the descendants of tfhose v pcrstienoltcs in their resistance to I apfitlyI ovbnthrow of Cathollo Faunce 0 issue is deeper and more farrea Ing than the suppression of pries of verythe I fl be ertitled only by reviolitlon i Church should wait shrink from T struggle in which event many a r called heretic will be found near j wemayOhfa tciuqbebNeadeKty a o Q jjjI f c IHIH R O iOte IEJiTU6KY IRISH flMERlGflN Advancement of all Irish Americans ed to the Moral and Social TUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorpo M Publisher SCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COpy SC LouIsville PortoMlM as Second Ctass flatter Entered at the dress an Commuulcatlaoa to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West dree St TRADES LUAIBeENI COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JANUARY 26 1907 ENGLANDS HOSTILITY I I England gave another practi i illustration of fater ihyptocrdsy and thOSe United Stoltes iiwfiicn thcitllity to Who British Colonial Gbreraor Swcit1tcn ham Kmlexed A lmiral Dams and 1is bravo men from efcrtlhquakestrfckc Kingston where they Jiad been Cnt on nn errtffljd of mercyto succor the delad and dying land relieve edis- tress and suffering1 This the Dritiah authbi tics were unable ItIO do nnd the brUtal action of tlio Britislh Qoi ernor shocked the Christian wfcrk Of course Admiral Darts at once ceased Ids mlnSsftTaltiQns and commv ntfejijtcid the action of Swatibcnlham ta the nvvthorMes at TasMngtwn tithe lOtfi er vessels tWialt were on tJhe1r way w5Mi aid and supplies for talC carlthquia e victims might be stopped dtlhtenvise yw gross insult to lOur country mg lIt be irepcaltod i This not Should prove tin object 1 lei Ion to hose who have been deluded fitih the idea that England is the entl of tOO United States Gov rvetltenlilam represents kite true at tudc and fooling of England io thIs unltry as all Nviho Wave sport nny mo there will atltest card nny jjolagy for Stir expressions Should bteplVe soivrit tionsideTtaHSon The real ituotfion has been revealed pcrhnj uintenltionally and justifies vlIM ilas heretofore been sold about 1IUIC JapaJicseBritafcBi alliance in w1h1ch he letter admits being ngtainst us nerictiiis have every reason ta wilgry but whait must their feel for those papers who have So fun theanselvos aa to become polo tts for the inhuman act of- 110Tam V ea Governor Their t6v1y m Is mOst disgusting anti show i arrant cowards wiUinione of Courage of the run who in thclr flag and country 1Ic they should apologize WbUe sift may be regarded ns q one that should be Y e RICT10NS FOR UNDE TAKERS Vttortiey Ilealy and Ulo id lawyer of Chicago Itave gun nn educational campaign in half of a bill forbidding undo tens to use embalming fluid con daing arsenic They point out It1m t rianlrtoils who resort to arsenic itIo olscm their victims are safe from feknvuftlon when the bodies of tbe leap are prepared for burial by rcoitincnt tvaUi the pamc poison among the arguments that will be rattle before the Illinois LegishVtur vfill be the following taken from M jddross recently delivered by Clark lell President of the New York TedlooLegal Society and published H the Albany Law Journal EmbalmSngj bf dead bodies tu- pmdticed by undcrtakans for tile last twentyfive or thirty years hail prdvedted The detection of orim- Tommltlted by those who have Mile heir vWthnfc by poison Every poll ner could by having the cadavc lIed worth the ordinary ombalmin tid containing arsenic defy dote hand fo certain tto put his mime rand the reach of punishmon law Thero is no moans ye wn to science by which arsenl h produced death could be d d or dlscrhninnted from tJIe lie contained in the cmbalmin of rtJhe undertaker A wel ttcated case of a clcrgymb I had married Ithree wealth In one aJtier lithe other shot AoTsonel with ansenic and in cacl to hired an undertaker to 1511 tHe lommal CavIty wilthln twentyfoil this rc1x hours after death came role professionaUy after the drat the tthlrd wife The invC3tJ Ion 5 no moral doubt of the deatili of e first two wives by poison or o f he last The circumstances nl joOnlted ttk crime but by comming ing the poisons taken before death with thQ embalmers fluid the cram awl Was left beyond the neiach of them of Itho law Science now hay ommcnced lat the other side of the iroblemn It Is TOW demonstrate ton perfeotly safe anti reliable CbalimliHgi fluid can bo made with Uho isso of arsenic or tiny polsor grddlbat dangerous to hum I- Ti t tine foregoing facts brought of legislators the LIIalbtention to tuba genera Ige oJ the world it can not ed that the passage of such should bo opposed by any titan rthe crimSnal class PUSHING TRUTH L Ir i perpetually advertising itive booJds palatable tracts ejadbide artlcten are spreading tr rfrerjr aide declares ttho Mil k OOtiwm It efJ BBilHoasI bi utrpwAad Ha advocates u J Lack the enterprise of tluo f lBc irophdts They lack tftie confidence the fciftile exjiedlents and the In lomUablo audaoity thalt may be said to popularize error If we bae truth upon our side wiry should we rot sweep the coniUnesatt Are the people uawinijig to soo and beUeve- Is the mhsB of error too great to be pushed aside When the aUemj 1ins been made it mill be time CIaugh for cnobkbig Cents and timorot mpossiblesi We do not esteem file tremendou tower of printed matter in this ange 15 vro ought to The press may send a hundred Peter the Hermits trenching over HJie land We know not whit cruSado Of truth might X iroused against rtJhe modern Pagai Tie full icffoiit liar never been mttdi In English priest Father Bagshav ivrifccsiWliat have we done efo far to put our faith before them in plnli tccasslb le dnteHigerit form The naases of our people haito ithe Oatl Hc faith and why Wo know that ho reason of their dislike is becaus Uiey unldorstaud so little about H What moans have they of leMOIng injifcliing There are plenty of learned expensive works dootrini and tionltroverslal and a good deal af bitter conitroversy but little e f notliing which puts the teaching or the Church as a system plainly nnl cwsily widhin retch of the people Is it not one of itlio greatest workll f our time to do tthis Is it not r111 to think of converting talc peoplo byl building costly churches nnl dlicyote unless we follow up our of tontft by some more direct appeal tJ the minds and hearts of our follow xnmlfcrymora In the moanltime the individut Catholic may do mUM to circulate ood papers put good literature In die way of being read let tho preachers of the truth be numerous- in every library dn ovary convejianci in every place where men may glen It printed maltter Lot Truth be nd entisedlI To the calm observer it would Reem liat many of the bltitacks in cental icwspapers upon tIle Juvenile Court find Its ofifiicers ore unjuslt hnd un tiled for Thus far neither news apcr nor Individual lids gone Into court and proved their charges vhich loads ttliinking people to believe Ithey ore octuiatcd by uialice lr iomc pollUcal motSvc they will not ickuwvlcdge Judge Wilson and 11is ourt will be found within the law vlilch all must obey until cUuungei Int this maltter personal and poliitlca feeling should be enadidaitexl uflter whIch no difficulty will bo exped need in amending kind Improving the sxisting law Ito meet any present re uiremerits Anltiolpatinig disastrous defeat 11- 1Itnlo German Helcliistag elections Em pooor William is now unostent Jously busying himself with other nnd nonpolitical affairs As far tns iClIC popular feeling can be gauged tthc Governments campaign hns proved to be an unmatigolted fiasco It is said the Empoitor feels bxtlterl Ih1s gross error surrounding him sell with a number of Ministers who lme little tor ndthing to recommend ttl1cm except their docility Mac second elections must be held beforeI tl11e final complexion of the Retail BUlg will be determined The Catholic DireCtory just tfrom illle press gives the total Oatholl opulatkm of the United Suites nt 1000000 During the past year 33 nCv churches were erected moldnj 12144 of wHilch 8072 have residenti astora There ano 1800000 Catholics in the archdiocese Of New Yori Iond 1200000 in the archdiocese of hicago Under Catholic care in th irocliial schtools academies colleges orphan asylums and homes in- thC United States itihare Ore 1266171 iildren ThC statement Is current in nava pOl1ti9 that rtho Dreadnought SO caatMly built by the British Gov Loam draws considerably more ajter than it was designed for amor credits her with dnnvinf Ithroo feet more tthan ithe designed drnft of itwentysix and lonehalf feet though great importance wets at rttcllcd to keeping the draft nit the inimum for docking purposes and fartJiiC Suez canal FORTY HOURS Forty hours prayer will begin tomorrow monning eat tthe h5gh mas In Sb Briguda church on Hepbun nvenue and continue until Tuesday Tihcso beautiful and inipresslve sere ieCIR iwill be largely attended bj iltholics of the Highlands uid Rev uther Ckxanally the pious land otter g tle pastor with hive the assistance of several prieate ia ntlnlatWiDg Ibo thek Plrit1la1 was eaitrs qtw i SOCIETY t SS James Kelly is here from Indlm npolls to spend to month wltih friends in Cfilton Miss aturgardtMalone has reilurneel from Cincinnati where are Visited Sirs Coldewey Mrs TQiomns Moron has been vltsit MrslCEdward J Ijangnn nnd wile nnd daughter have been spending dlc week in Ohidago The Bostonian Club will entemh5n with a dance next Monday eCning at Flsheras llall Barter and Higl land avenues- Mrs P F Sweeney and Mrs Joc Fitzptitrlck of South Louisville lmt been spending several days with 1 friends in Covlngiton 1 I Will Boliannon and bride WlIO wore married aunt week in St Pnt racks church ait Stithton will come j to Louisville to reside Miss Sophie SVt then cnteritaine with 5 oclock tea yesterday evening ot her home 1524 Garvin Place iIn honor Miss Alary Belle Jenkins Macldn Social Club will enitentai MitJi a lance Monday evening Febn arv 11 at the club house this being its last social affair until after iLcn James Rileyof thc office force af the Louisville PttekT hus been laid up with on injured foot far the past several days but expects to be out Monday Patrolman James McLaughlln lOne of Nov Albanys fluent is ihe proud father of a bouncing baby boy who has already become the chlcf of his home on West Market street Miss Camlllc Remionan the charn ing daughter of County Afesesst min has been spending a week as tho guest of Misses Blanche and Jessie Comingoro at Jeffersontowi Miss Emma FLIher SIio inns RerI ously ill nt her home in Portland is now convalsecenit and it will be lweI come newts to her friends that SlIPII expects to be soon able Ho be wit thorn again James J Mnckcy cl rim in the City Controllers office Is ill at his how 1001 Griffiths avenue trod has nflt been at tie City Hull this week Ihs condition it nut seiious and it III thought tie will be able to be cHIt text week The many friends of Mrs Tohn Heardon of Eighth and Oldliaa treats who is tine eroutly ill nt ifs Mary and Elizabeth Hospita will be glad to learn that the iis slowly improving although not yet out of danger Robt Greenwell and wife lUvo Bold their pretty homo in New and will soon micro to 1Invenl where they will mince their home BoUt have been prominent in Uie best circles in NelsOn count nnd the people there regret their de pasture The Thelma Club announces Us second select dance for next Tlmrs day night at wlorffis llall DigI h teenth and Kentucky streets UK membership is made up of the 11lt people in tIll southwestern part of the city who find those social af fairs post enjoyable- A delightf ul social function of the past week 1as the reoepltion tendered the members of her euchre club by Miss Eva Raidy West Main street ivno was aKsiSitied in receiving by tier molther end sister Miss Ida TIle games were exciting and the favor unique and handsome Mrs John W Catekey of Leliano Junction wall return to her home i during the coming week She willed to this city on account of tJIel serious illness of her sister Mri John Reardon and during her stay liere isJie lies been with her mWthe Nfrs Michael Grogan 1710 Sevent itreot Miss Marie Lepplng wdiio xwuler went a delicnlte but successful opera tion nit Sts Mary and ElizjabaUi Has pltal two weeks gois again obli to be up and her many relatives ond iricnds will rejoice to know thalt eli wdll soon bo able to return ani receive them In her apartments on Sevienlth street The engagement of Miss JulIa ifaidden formerly of this city ta Edward Tobin of dilicago has just leen announced the ceremony ta take place 4n ithat city Monday Feb uary 4 Miss Maddens many ben rlends end acqualntanoos tender her and her financee their best Visflies for u happy anti prosperous narried life- Patrick Farrell well mown in rish etocial circles TVUS the guest of vonior at a largo faafewell reception riven nit tits home of Mr and Mrs Jortiln McNally St Coitherine street on the eve of his departure for Now YOTk from where he will isaHl t6day fQr u two months visit to his parents land reloitlves Lot Goiit County 3alway Ireland The marriage of Miss Julia E roanor and Albert B Jordan of llinols will take place ut the Cathe Iral rectory next Tuesday Mist Tcantor is la sister of Mrs VV A Montngue land line lquite prominent in Clifton society circles Aite the couple will icivothe ceremony for the homo of the groom where hey will reside The enjfaffjmnnt or Miss Irene Kennedy ro Johan M pewbcrry has been annomiucd the weddiiiR to take lace some time In Tune The brlJo- iobe Is the lovely daughter of Mrs Hzabeth Kennedy of the high lnnds and is ono of the most popular young Indja of St UricldV rungrtga tion Mr Dewberry is chief clerk In the traffic department of the ouisvile t Nashville railroad and is a well known gentleman Invitations have been issued for the marriage of Miss Marie E Evans and Charles W Keal which will be ilcmnized at the Cathedral next rednesday morning at 0 oclock u vitlt a nuptial mass The bride Ject is the daughter of Capl homas Evans whose many 1 fmo raits of character and lovable dill j losltlon have won for her a wde media of friends cud admirers ill teal holds a good position with the Jcckwith Organ Company and iis lopular with his employers and nany acquaintances nutrdagclaptMIsS af placoTucsdaJy IOrdinaryInride Is the attractive and accor illslie daujrhter of C C 1fuzolrlgg tad formerly resided nt JCt Sterling 3apt Lutkemeyer is one of Fronk tarts leading business men and Is veil known all over Kentucky be ause of Otis prominence with thc groomhmcwill wish them a long life of I1mppl less lan l prosperity Mr and Mrs Tames J Jonas celc mite time tonHi anniversary their raiding Sunday afternoon at Ithclr evidence 2226 Wcat Main street hose present were Mr nnd Mrs bhn Sheehan Mr end Sirs Walte towman land Mr and Mrs G Scotft irises Carrie kind Lula Damn Carrie ullhian Annie Banks Moitilda Jur itz May Katie Lula and Tina Well nbrock Mamdo Kruer IfaJtitie Whal lon Mamie Wyland and Trula Bean Messrs Mike Sullivan Rjchhn Irftflmr Charles anti Melvin Scott Tames Bedan Will Appol Jamt fro Lawrence IligRins Will nnd Iom Smith John Sheehbn Robert W land Sam Jacobson Clyde 1 urly Me Albert Borthman Louis Piu cen Henry and Charles Andy Vbct l elections were rendered by the Old Inn and White Lily gnas+ toke Mid a lever specialty was done by Jome Tones CANADIANS Boycott Prance Until Term Are Made With Church Eigflilt hundred Canadian women lave promised tie refrain from pur basing any goods produced in- l ranee end imported into that country Until such time as sItlsfadtory terms ratty be mole betwecn the rirentih Government and the Hoi See fur the free exercise of religion PliSs declamtdon was made at st tricks church in Ottawa at a ectngIto consider the conduct of ihe authorities in France in relaitio toi the OatOiWlic church and lie ques won of rettalkiltion The goods of French manufaetui most largely sold there lare gloves Ilea laces chinaware olive oil sai lines toilet atiticlds preserved fruits f1l1tl poitted meotis FaJtheir Wielai ithe pastor of St Paltrlcks a man of neat influence among Engllsih epeal ng Cnltiliollos suggeited that rthe women use their influence oamxmg their neighbors to exitend the boj lotlfc This boyooltt follows o- nt l pied by the KnigKta of Columbii Otitnnta Similar action will le en by Oatltallc societies tnmugh aut Canada I JEWISH PROTEST Against Christmas Exercise In Public Schools Ends In Compromise The Committee on Elemental cliools made a report to the Brool Il rTi Board of Education upon 1lhe ucstdon of Christmas exercises TIlle ommittoe wilUiIlieTd the reporlt until ffcer the CluUdtmas season in ordei that the discussion might be con ducted calmly Vs was told at tlhe- lothM Albert Lucas Secretary of 11le Union of OrMiodox Hebrew Oongrc Lions in the United States and anada with about thirty dU1el T6S appeared before the commiitlte tand prote ted tagainist Cliristjna sercises In itDie schools of the sIng- ing lot Christmas carols of tin liTidtmns tree and evergreen decor Itlious of certain pictures exlilbitei on ithto walls of the olaissnooms sucl 1iS that of the Madonnia and child nnd of HoffniJw Jesus in tlu Temple All lof Ithese thy chiimed were eotiarian The comanitteiesv repont recom icnded tot all hymns be omattet exercises and that nIltint all scliiool male books leaving suefli hymns be dropped from lithe supply list an ttJhnt If necessary a special songbook be compiled Roarings from nc book exceplt I the Bible at the opening exec Ines iwlll be permitted but- tIle committee does not recommend tlmt the reading of sclec tions from the New Test Iment be prohibited Christina treosj holly and other evergreens may be used dn decoraltlng class roams because they are not con dered sectarian and the pidtures wlhlclI are considered as merely trl6i of emit will remain The 10- poIt1rust la compromise rfche Jewish protcstl1IIIts bring given ttwo points land Idsing two HIS LOVING CUP Lost Monday ti3ght members of lfacldn Connell Social Club had a at the Old Inn- twentyJh1O de1I4 tdul banquet i wring ToastmaStaj Jkxhn Kenney Ailter justice had been dane- the menu Louis Kieffer in a happy speeclh presented Mldilael Kelly with beauftlful lowing cup as a testimo mal for Otis devdtion to itJie club ToastS were responded Ito by Ben F- Reid John Boland Will fitly John Stmn11t end others and the pleasures of the occasion will be long ri Bmbered IRISH RELICS St Plairicka Cathedrol in Dublin cannon hall las a clIcri- s11eitl preservcs u 1 relic It du bellcvedtb be the l intical ball That IdUed tilt the siege 101 Idmerfck the famous Lord Loftus toae tomb titter CtetSiedrai also Shel teN doBa ito We caatoon ball area pir ntl1 rltaty sp ray t o C itiiiii T1iiT iii Y iiiiiiTirtitiirii iiii1iiiiiii1i iiiiiI ft7iR VEIJs Yo w TfR N R ERIAb Ns 1 r r tX tNr f+ Ah1 t ttfi j= tt 1 OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET k Ah- iiN = i KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere A new council was insltltuted l1st Sunday at Plymouth Mass Bite initiation nt Lexington 103t Sunday was a success in every wai nnd the visitors were treated with true Bluegrass hospitality Willtam Jennings Bryan commends the fidelity shown by tflie Kniglilts vt San Francisco in the distribution of relief among Itflicdr members who sustained losses in the earthquake Three well known Kentuck prieste Folthers Dolling Punch nn1 Gooney were prominent figures at the Lexington initiation last Sunda They are earncslt workers for ttho Knights of Columbus The fortyfives contests bcltween teams front tho itwo Syracuse coui cite ended latet week In the rooms If Lcmoyne Council In all 450 game were played Syracuse Council win- nIng out wiith a majority of six Tiho banqucit thtvt followed 1hl initiation alt Lexington was IIndeed an elegant affair and as toast mater Profi McCarthy added dn no small degree to time pleasure of Ole occasion IDs introductions wera happy and the references he mnde well timed- James J Fitzgerald won fresh laurels last Sunday at Lexington Ills address on the Knighlts of Col iambus is pronounccd one of the mOllt eloquent and masterful lever hcnn witfliln the walls of time historic old PJioenLv whore an the past have been Jicaixl all of Kentuckys famed orators WORTH A TRIAL The Catholic Institute of Buffalo N Y proposes to erect a building iIn that city which will be conduct on the lines of the Voung Men Christian Association and embrac all sorts of beneficial iiuivenient for the uplifting of Catholic men GAINING RECRUITS Division 2 of Mie Ladles Auxiliary A O II will hold ilts regular meet ng in BertTwnd Hall next Frklaj svening end Ithe entertainment com iBtlteto will melee a report on tJlcir Tans for a social session Easter Sfonday night This new branch tof he Ladies Auxiliary has j1I1C 110 irk nvlth a vim and is giaining reo mtiltis daily There is a poood ilelt hero for socldtaes like these for tlbp adies 4n inch there should be foui lhisions of the auxiliary one for- each of the mens divisions FASTER MISSION ReV Vincent Trost the able andl loquont Franciscan missIonary iritist iwill oonduot a mission at St ilarys of the Knobs near New Al bnnr during the week beginning hater Sunday Father Semersheim the pastor and the people of St Tarys are to bo commended for securing Father Vincent The missIon vlll undoubtedly be one of the mom iiiccsshil ever held there HINTS ON STYLE Gilt belts with gilt buckles are rery fashionable Most fashionable belts are of sill lastic from three to six inches iin width Soutache braiding is used on nets nnd chiffons as well as upon clotl and velvet Silk crochet buttons are revived and are to bo had in all the fash nable colors Boman ribbon in used in belts with delightful effect These arc espe- cIally pretty when worn with boleros Tartan plaids arc finding much fnor as trimming and appear in Ipings girdles belts buckles but tans etc Since colored linings have become the fashion little gold satiety pins ore used to pin the outer waist to the silk lining Gold safety pins in nil sizes lnd- set with stones of almost every color adjuncts to thearc now necessary jparate blouse Simple ndterooon gowns are being ttenslvely made from such mate nals as cashmere hcnrietita and ool veiling oil of which arc excccd igly graceful and charming The pony coat is unquestionably one of the most fashionable of alll iVancBits just now for girls and women sand Sa so Jaunty and alto sfHier youthful that its populaarlty fquttle easy Ito count for t GOOD WORK PrintingFAIR Kentucky Irish American iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiIJMACAULEYJ THEATRE SUNDAY FEB 17 Grand Illustrated Lecture ON Irishmen in the Am rlean Revolution and Their Early Influence in the Colonies DY PATRICK J HALTIGAN EDITOR NATIONAL HIBERNIAN Lecture interspersed with patriotic Irish and American songs showing over 100 splendidly colored stereopticon views specially made for this lecture of Battles Monuments Ships Forts Personages and Historic Places conveying a most valI uabe lesson in the history of the great struggle for American freedom and bringing out in bold relief the valor aud patriotism of Irishmen in the establishment of this RepublicUNDER AUSPICES DIVISION J A O H1rTICKETS 25 OTS RESERVED SEATS CO CTS SEvHANNUAU CU l PRICE CLEARANCE OF i Dutchess Trousers I n 150 I Grades I II Grades 300 98ci Grades148I 198l ALLSIZES FOR MEN- AND YOUTIIS i lOc for every button oft or a new pair if they 1 LEVYS 00 0 0 o 0 t FINE ALWest 1 OHAMPAGNESI l I 7Il17cCULEYS Monday and Tuesday evenings MARIE CAHILL IN MARRYING MARY Friday and Saturday evenings FRANCIS WILSON The Mountal- nClimbertHOPKINS Watt CLASS VAUDEVILLE TWO snows DAILY Week Beginning Jan 27 HOPKINS TRANSOCEANICS- ON ANNUAL TOUR Padttte Womans Orchestra 23l ady Mus clans23 Three Sisters Cameras Sensatlona Acrobats Norton Nicholson presenting The Ladles Tailor Lucy th Lacier in The Pool Shaw Coin end Card Mnnipu nrraudhAllan Comedians Singers and Dancers Charles Relnhart I uisvilles nsllad Singer Kinodrome TransOceanic motion pic turesPRICESEvenlng 10 to 76 cents Matinee Best Seat In House 26 cents BUCKINGHAMDAILYI Week Commencing Sunday Matinee Ian 27 BIG NEW YORK PRODUCTION CHAS E TAYLORS PARISIAN BELLES Presenting the two act comedy ilA PAIR OF PEACHES Original Musical NumbersForty Clever People C THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 6B2 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jeflersen SI Both Telephones 10SO All orders receive prompt attention and zuarant edII- II O rt I 50II Ion 1500 2481 I298 c 348 1 ripITIIIRD AND MARICTsiT I By reason of being out of the high rent district == V we are able to SAVE YOU A DOLLAR on each X pair ol shoes you buy s 400 Values for 300 350 Values for 250 X= s Haager Shoe Store 307 WEST JEFFERSON WINES 346 Green Street LIQUORS CIGARSrlTT 4544ttetI4tj MI Sunday MATINEE satisfaction It It It It Cutnb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CREAM CO MANCPACTDRSRS OP PURE ICE CREAM AND SHERBET We have our own dairy and ice plant and we separate our own cream This enables us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competl tors 627633 EIGHTH ST I A The laurels of praise to our DIAMOND WALL PLASTER It is the kind that stays where it Iin put and frost will not injure it three hours after it has bees put on Kentucky Wall Plaster Co INCORPORATED BOTH PHONE 2267 Brook and River Louisville Ky I Also operating the Hoosf r Wall Plas tar Plant Jeffersoiiville led Phone 655 r BtysT IT r v ENTJCKV 1USH RICAN HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J X BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS i StreetIN++NH++++tN44+ + + t Ti A fA 4f A T 4 + I + 44 + D J DODGHERTY S J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT FMBOII Direcfers and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CABAMfGCS FURNISHED FOR ALL 8CCA6IONS All Calls Answered oomplly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREETtt t tt a 4 t+ Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor 40 Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 J E TRACY t H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 1 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS STREETShortH I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I J I I I I 11 I I I t I I 101 I I I I I I I I I I I I fsNOS SPENCER nd Btpert I SIXTH AND r MAIN 8TOEBT5 Young PeopleF- or WRITE IteJon KiUon Bail i fI Building KY 4 O Ia OOOW THE C1 OWID you DONT RUN no RISK YOUR LAUNDRY to the UNITED LAUNDRY CO Incorporated HAND WORK SPECIALTY GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED p BOTH PHONES 1188493732 T N SHEPARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN 4S QQ v OFFI8T06uRs SUNDAYS 9 TO 13I DONT YOU WANT I Good Denial work done least money Our Dentistry Will Please You eWe are responsible and do just as we advertise work guaranteed DRH JJJt COUCHMAN Dentist FOURTH AVENUE oppJao C Lewis Co PIIlR M ANDRWI 8SONS WAGONN MANUfACIURIR8 CCarriage Repairing and Rtibter Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET HENRY AAIJIJ1 POLSL S DYER AND GLEANER Lathes and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED phM6j 528 Fifth Streettl u r e U AccountantEducates Business Good Employment and Success Jf r GALL OR FOR fUll INfORIIATlaKi LOUISVILLE Business College And by giving A for the All 551 i PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville hospitalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA MERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jeffersonvllle lad Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGE LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREETT- ELEPHONE 2863 sownERS FISH CO FOR PURE OYSTERS e NO WATER NO PRESERVATIVE 151 W JEFFERSON ST PEOPLE STILL COUNT Thb now United States Senator from AUtilrfgan minis once la newsboy ttlio new United States Senator front Kanscus waa a jockey and the new United Stapes Senator from Oolotnado to the son of a Jaw peddler Looks as if the common people etil- lcoued i 0 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolpr the Past Week General News Notes Seren of the BoBlton BoS mlesnnen are members of the ori Ground will be broken for the kfv HiibernSah hhll at Springfield JIass early in tine spring Tine hall committee of Division 4 will make a report on several eltc at their next meeting The Ladies Auxiliary is cncour nged over the prospects for the euchre to be given at Schreiberi aialL Prominent members have wide taken the organization of a Hiber flan military company at Holyoke Mass Those who Mtould secure choice of seats for the lecture on Febmarj 17 shbiild cull at once at Mulloys tea store A monster class initiation will be held next month in New Haven Conn where the order has now over 1400 members Division 3 hols an able and efficSen1 officer In their Recording Secretary John F Mortrls1iwho has had past ex perlence In dads position Divf Ion 4 of Minneapolis will have a banner presentation on February 12 to which all divisions and Ladies Auxiliaries have been invited After disposing of the St Patrick day entertainment the County Board wall take up the question of an outing or field day for midsummer National President Cummings will make a Western tour of two weeks in July addressing the Hibernians in the various States ojt open medtings AU cornnrunloatSons intended for Financial Secrotary Onside tot DIvis- Ion 1 should hereafter be addressed to him at the omit House They will then receive prompt attention Dan McKenna the genial Vice President of Division 2 will run Con lord a close race in securing new members They had the mnjority candidates nit Sundays initiation The members iof Division 4 of Min neapolis rested after their work dur ing 1900 promise Ito raise the mew bership of ttjie division to the 50C mark before the present year comes to a close In Now Haven Oonn tOve several Presidents form what is termed 1 City Board Meetings are hold quar terly and the efficient condition of the order there is in grent measure due to the cxcellenlt work of this board What promises to be one of the sftaunchest divisions of the Ladles Auxiliary has just been organized in St Pawl The new body knoWn as Division 8 will meat in Hibernian Hall and next Monday night wilf bee gin with a house warming St Patrick day will be in ILolyoke Mass as the c celebmtedI are joining with the of Ithe order in arranging n suitable colebration The public KchoolM will haw sjveelal exercises by the pupils of the various grades and inMtruotive entertainments will be hold Division 3 of Syracuse has formed classes for Increasinir the member ship prizes being offered the does bringing ttn the largest number and an individual prize for the member lying likewise The defeated class blanIquetDivision 3 of Rome N Y has under Way a plan for the formution of an athletuc asssocaaltion to be made up entirely of members of the order The hull will be transformed Into a gymnasium wfitli all modern appara tus Ito which will be added a card room reading room and billiard room Division 2 is the onlyone that moots next week I Itheretfore President son Ford invited all members to be with them Friday night Tills divis ion hrs boon doing commendtiblu work during the winter monthB as the roportls will show Here nil visit ors flail a hearty welcome and learn much tIthat is of interest I The National Board having approved of the holding of a Hibernian lay at the Jomeabown Exposition nexft year providing the managers 11t1rollofetc the State officers of Virginia Invited the State officers of the order in Maryland to visit Norfolk and confer regarding the proposed na tional tTy It is proposed to go over the Exposition grounds and decide upon some important points concerning the celebraltSon ANNUAL CUSTOM Following its oiinual custom the Society of the Friendly Sons of St I Patrick of New York has forwarded heels for 100 rash to Roe following heritable inatAWtions The Mission of Our Lady of the Rosary the St Vincent do Paul Society St Vine cents Hospital the Presbyterian Hospital St Francis Hospital Little Sisters of the Poor St Josephs Hos 5tal the Dominican Sisters of the Sick Poor St Johns Guild and the analtorium Gabriels ait Gnbriels N1 GOT BIO JOB James W Connor the well known wednesIdayCity Hall annex for building which he will receive 104031 There were Lye other bidders but Connors was the best Work will commence at nee and the building will be erected ender the tlirecition of ArottStect Jurtin Since the award was made dtt has been discovered that there vas an error in the bond and that ill bids would be rejected and tie ontract relet EUCHRE AND SOCIAL Next Thursday afternoon and evening the ladles of Highland Park vlll entertain the friends of Rev Pnther Fitzgerald and stIJeos church with la euchre and coffee soma and invite the general lubUc- wI with them As tbheeuchr will v SOCIETY DIRECTOR I lLAb nutXu- day Evw uigs of Each Month President Thomas D ClInes Vice President James J Kllkcllj Recording Secretary Thomai Keenan Jr- Finnnclal SecNfuryP J Cusick Courthouse Treasurer Charles J Finegan Sergeantatarms James DoranI I DIVISION 2iMeets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Treasurer Owen Kclran Recording Secretary Joseph T LynchFinancial Secretary John T Kean eyIDIVISON 3 Meets on the First and Third Thurs day evenings of Each Month North east corner of Seventeenth ant rlllnPresidentJames Coleman Vice President Phil Cavanaugh Recording SecretaryJohn Morris Financial Secretary John Hesslon 1714 Baird 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 McEl liottRecording Secretary Frank P Burke Financial ecretaryR E OSulll van 1520 Seventh street Treasurer Wllllnm J Connell- ySergeantatArmsRobert Mitchell Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFEKSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus nail County President Louis Constan tinePresldentJohn Kennedy Vice President B Coyle Recording Secretary T OHern Financial Secretary J E Murphy Treasurer Michael Kinney Marshall M Garrity Banner Bearer J G Cole Y 3VI X MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Event gs at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street President Ben J Sand First Vice President John T Ken ney I Second Vice President Frank Lan ahnn 1 I Recording Secretary Ben Reed Financial Secretary Frank G Adams 2141 Rowan street Corresponding Secretary Fred ZalmTreasurerDaniel W Weber HumphreyInside Andriot Outside Sentinel George Bartsch take place in the School house and the coffee social in the i irochial residence adjoining there will be Simple room for a large tethering and for all an enjoyable time Is as hured ANTRIM COAL FIELDS Two Shafts Sunk and Mining Operations to Commence Soon Mining operations on a large scale wilt soon be commenced in the coal fields In the neiffhboTihood of Bally oa tle County Antrim Two shafts have already been sunk to a depth of 250 feet An engine of great power is now in position which is I said to bo capable of lifting 100 tons tof coal tit a time and bringing it toII the pithead in six seconds Two teams of splendid drool three feet thick hare been struck and it is be1lowin thickness from four feet aiII invites to five fact hart inches I lit is ctSnvated itlualt if Poke company wore Ito pit oiilt 2000 tons of coalII lazily as their miaoljinery Is capable of doIng and if they continued to I do this for Blxtyslx ytears during which time their lease runs they would dull be far from having ex taunted the supply of coal in tboI 10000 acres which Ithey have I In addition Its ithe enormous supply of coal iron Is present in large quan tities and It is generally believed that if there Iwere no coal rut all it would pay to mine for the iron done The ore Sis abnormally rich over 80 per cent being pure Iron vhllo an immense supply of fireclay of the best quality should constitute tui onset of greait mVrih SPIRITED PLAYING The damplimtenltary euchre given by Division 4 Anriierit Order of Hibernians Wednesday evening was ivell oitltendeil by members of the livisions and Who auxiliaries The playing mina Bptrlibed anti several con te ftanlts were tied fur prizes the Trawing of cards being resorted to in elioosing the winners The lamps mines were won by Mrs Dora Jfc Unity Miss Anna RUm and Mrs Sfarv Riley while Tomas Urennan Stoiihen J McElllioitt and John U T lonnclssy daptured those for the eritlemen President Joseph JicGinn ind Rhea others officers were well pleased with the entire after find kill suggest plans for other crtter tainnterits along that line at the next net- rtingTADMIRES CATHOLIC EXAMPLE Preaching receritly before a large jngregtoltion on the sanctity of the wine of God wad the mils of profan UY Rev Jolin Jf TJikymas pastoa of ItJIe Arlatbmt Presbyterian chiurch nt Est Orange N J tiid he re aided Ithhlfc itJie ChUhoTJc Church has a tfoeMy wtlolso cardinal principle fa lewiMnesa of peeoh fend ho urged i MKazaa1 in tile Pnotesteiat church o 0 Li IRELAND Record of the Host Important fo the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The death has taken place Dot Limerick of Brother J Darcy of the Christian Brothers Sexton street John Culllnan MP for South Tdpperary is lying seriously ill at his residence at Bunsha County Tip porary suffering from pneumonia Patrick Smith J Farrell and J Coleman are seeking recleotiota tin the Oaritleblaney Urban Council Ono new aspirant John Duffy feels san game of defeating one of fthc Uiree- Ileponta from all parts of Ireland indicate that the snowstorm wnf ycanTrurolaved and telegraphic coaimunlcatior Interrupted ogedtbh1trnl1wOys4MionI to the station waiting1 room where lie died When picked up lies limbs were frozen Deceased was a native of ThannwJitown County Tupperary A young man rthought to be Tote Hcllly of Kingscourt County Cavan platfromome itime been working cither fell or jumped overboard and was drowned while trite steamer was OarUngfonlThe death occurred of Dr T G OSullivan William direct Limerick after u protradted illness He wtts member of ithe Corporaltion far many years and was Mayor of Limerick in 1881 Dr OSulllvan Was most chat Jtably disposed and gave free lUhiec to rUle poor also contributing gener ously to all collections for eharitablc purposes Deep sympathy is felt for his faiiiily in their sad bereavement His Lordship the Bishop of Cloghei has been pleased to make the follow ling appointments among tIle priests of his diocese Her Eugene Mc- Kenna of Aiighnaniuller East him been appointed a member of the Diocesan Chapiter in room of tIle late lamented Very Rev Canon Slur phyof Ivllmore and DrumisnatJt Rev Michael ODoherty of Eakra has been appointed to Kilmore find Dnimsnaitit Rev Patrick McKenna of Bundoran has been appointed to Eskra Tier Daniel Median of Gar rison Was been transferred to Bun dorian and Rev John Maguire of Kilmore and Drumsnaftt line been changed to Garrison An explosion occurred bit the real of Ifhe promises of Thomas Heilly Market square Navan resulting in tote death of James Kussell a plum ber of Xavan and severe injuries to two laborers Thomas Cahill and John Mahony IJeilly has an acety lene gas installation on his premises and owing to sue severe frost the in stallalt ion got out of order He sent for Russell and it was while removing one of Ithe tanks in connection with Ithe acetylene winch were sStu nted in a shed in the yard that the explosion occurred So great was the force of the explosion that the de ceased was hurled across the yard bj1t1lelcbrisrapes John McCaffrey who wits arrested I at ThornabyonTeeis England on the charge of having murdered Pat rick McMnb at Corbane near llosfilen County Fermanagh June 30 1S09 arrived at Lisnaskea under po lice escort by the ltmin arriving from Dublin where he arrived from England He was immedialtely taken before John Gray R jr and charged lth the crime Formal evidence raving been given the prisoner was remanded and conveyed Ito Armagh jail The prisoner is a man of mid lie height and very light build and was apparently about fortyfive years of age A large crowd had collected ot Lisnaskea railway ItniLion on the arrival of the tram and subsequently considerable numbers gathered in front of the police bar racks and courthouse but no demon stration was made I A very sad fatalityt occurred at Cahir by which two sisters named Raleigh home for a holiday with I their SISter Mrs Ahtern lost their hOUSOIaIsuddenly collapsed during the night and toppled down on Mrs Aherns I lions a Tile roof was smashed in and the debris falling on the bed In which the Misses Raleigh lay sleep ng drove it through the floor of the bedrdom dnto the kitchen below The unfortunate young women were dooitorroundel life extinct Miss Alice Raleigh has been employed in Dub lin and Miss Kate Railelgh in Limerick The servant had n narrow escape one of the falling stones Striking her as she lay in an ad joining room Mrs Micro slept at the other side of the house antI was uninjured GREATLY ENJOYED The first reception and euchre of the Pastime Drill Company in honor of Its ladles auxiliary Wednesday night was a pronounced social success and was greatly enjoyed by the Jirong thnlt filled Ithe drill room at Seventeenth and Southgate CotI Theo 1oppe and Capt Joe Breen and a competent committee made tt Peasant for the 400 people presvnt iftythree valuable prizes were warded the first choice going to Georgenubervlll be repeated RAPID RISE Every Irish Xwtlonallst at home ind abroad will be pleased to hear that the lIon Henry Bournes Hig gins the distinguished Irish Atis rallan who is a member of time Jommonwealth Parliament for forth Melbourne and who carried the famous home rule resolution through that assembly has been ippoinrted a member of the Ausii I v tin J t l J Co u FRANK COr 1 Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE K- YDRINK x = =Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANY INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOUXSVXLLE fcY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley v and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TELEPHONE I13N0 Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts Cutnb Phone Main 1913 J91JTHE rl WIEDEMANNBREWING Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers So4St all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor I Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville K- yJOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATUOBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 14 OS Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY ASK FOR iAi DIERSENSFINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All calls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST AH the new Winter styles and shapes can be found here at reasonable prices tralian High Count bench Judge H logins nits born in NewitownardB County Down and arrived In Mel bourne os a jouith in 1870 IRs edu cation commenced iu Dublin and was completed at Melbourne University The Parisian fad for shawllike draperies has brought out some ex quisite shawl scarfs in crepe in soft silk and in lace the crepe and slllc marta being elab6rBelCimbripJd ered f- lLtLA Independent of All Undertaker KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and I Children a Specialty I PhonesIlive your boys an education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Cltuiutdenti5eandnusineseCourses rgaiGymnasium HENRY flUNOLD DEAIUR IK Staple and Fancy Groceries- A FIRST CLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION n Old Whiskies a Specialty 1 Home Phnae 4330540 W WALNUTtt HERRMANNBROZIMPORTJUUJ lDistillers and Wholesale Detdi ers in Finest Brands of Kfitacky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSOnBO- TTLED IN BOND Telephoae 1948 234 Sixth Street WINES LIQUORS CIAIt VALS SALOONVAL Hot Lunch every morning from f to 1280 oclock oJ 442 w GREEN J r t1 wt r 0 t p NTUOKY IRJ8H RJOAN 1 CHALLENGE SALE- s SECOND WEEK OF I THE BIG STORES Challenge Sale begins today Satisfiedcrowds bring larger ones Dont miss this great sale The Big Manufacturers of High Grade Clothing Challenges the World I IJ ITHE BIG STOREMIL- TON M MARBLESTONE CO 3 lbS of Good COFFEE Black Green Mixed TEA Market Fourth and I Mulloys Special fresh roasted delivered straight from our roaster your kitchen l or 424 to 434 St and B to I REBATE TICKETSOne with each 25c pur chasewe are still giving them rumors to the con I trary notwithstanding MULL Y WestI 50c 45c COFFEB OASTERg I U1z1 V loIAEUCEr STHtlCKT i I LAKE SHORE BRAND Elgin Creamery Butter PURE WHOLESOME NUTRITIOUSr The Best to be found Ask your Grocer to get it for you I OHAS WIGINTON1 sell Agent for Louisville Also Agent for BLUE VALLEY CREAMERY FINE JEWELRYWe are now showing the finest assortment ever seen in this city Diamonds Gold Watches Rings and Necklaces at most reasonable prices Calland see our display of Handsome Silverware BRUNN THE JEWELER 530 West Market Street BUY A PIANOkj her Can Play Mother Can Play Daughter Can Play Son Can Play Without having to take any music lessonssuch a piano is the f FARRANDCECTT IAN PIANO- A piano that will make any home more desirable to live in because 4 any member of the family can enjoy the class of music be or she desires If you have a piano that is unemployed why not change it for a FARRANDCECILIAN- We will allow you all it is worth as put payment and the balance we will arrange in payments to suit your convenience Come and try the TAUR NDCECILIAN or for illustrated boo- kletMONTENEGRORIEHMt MUSIC CO oasooo FOURrH AVENUE 6 f8 MIXt88 TUB 6liase ROQ6FS BOOK GO iPRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES 0 t TO SUIT EVERY TASTE Give us a cal and inspect our line of goods They are the 3finest of their kind in the city O 1 BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 W feffereoxi Street atbPheaM II 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 I GEHERSON217 West Market Street DR J T CHA WKS Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSESHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered OFFICE INFIRMARY AND SHOEING FOR6E W71009 W BROADWAY Ise ASR FOR ALLS CITY BEER r J ON SALE EVERYWHERE PHONE 7SH CUMI PHONE WEST 69 0- J p o Satisfac 10 10t orl JQN8SQNMARKET SREET BET THIRD MID FOURTH INCORPORATHD PRICES ARE EXTREMELY LOW IN OUR EXPANSION SALE OF Womens Flannelette tsII Values like these are worth considering worth taking advantage of The materials alone are worth the prices we quote in this sale for the garment Flannelette Gowns in solid colors and a5 in assorted stripes a full line of regular I5 sizes and extra wide sizes for stout people regular 150 quality expansion sale price Gowns in neat pink and I a5 blue stripes extra large sizes only I5 priced specially for this sale at 98c Flannelette 75cl Short Flannelette Kimonas in Persian 18 designs and in assorted stripes 39cworth regularly 750 sale price 811 Knit Skirts in assorted colors with fancy borders specially priced for this expansion sale at 49c 75c and 6 6 6 REUNION SMOKER Two Splendid Meetings of Catholic Knights This Week Thvo pleridid meetings of the CaMioHo Knightst were held Hils wdek Briinch 25 on Monday night land Branch 642 on Tuesday night Boitih were tin the jrtiiture of reunion isirtokers mitfli refreshments and were most enjoyable Brmtih 23 indt at St Johns nail rand Visitors fitam the 0011111 Com mlibtae the Uniform Rank and varl ours bunches were heartily welcome1 by Pmfldenlt Ylilltani T Median lhe address of State Secretory MnrtSi dealt nvSth ifhe work of the past year and though progress had been tnadi Bnanifli 25 could Uoost The best ghmv ing He compllinented the Uniforn Rank vis tflie feature wf the order mid in closing expressed the hopi that alt otilter branches would emu laHe St Johns in which There is al ways unity and harmony Dr Bernard J OConnor dwelt upon the amuses that have crqpt into IUle in Kurance biuftness thlalt are ndt to be fund tin the C K Of A In this or der the rates were reasonable Bml safe and would crdaite all the reservi necessary Joseph P McGinn Theo lure Kerm SecrdtaTira Mann 1111111 Jill F It DeLeull Charles J Dess and others hud pleasant words nnd saw irhnit all were well looked after Tuesday irilgM Branch 642 hod a well attended house wnnm lug at he now hall aft Campbell and Broadway Harry Veenemran Secretary liras mId Joe P McGinn comprised the re c pltiion oommiilttee and muter addresses by William T Median Charles Ilalk und others ItHite guest Were trctated to a liaunMful supply of Utflit refreshmeinlts This bmncli Jtos taken wn new life and will re pent these afairs ftt frequenll Inter val ROLE OF HOST Trinity Council to Entertain IVIackin Next Tuesday Evening Trinity Council will net in the role of dttodt for a delegaltlon of lUieir V M I brethren nit their meeting Tues day evening when Mackin Council Twill attend in a body This isi a good move on the part of both councils as It will give them an opporitunfty to become better acquainted rind will promote the spirit of good fellow ship This announcement at Trinity Councils meeting moist Tuesday even ng whs well received and n large Ctrendkuice is expected to assist in ertterttalnin the visitors The entertaiimuent oommlrtee an nounced Idiot tthey are arranging for a euchre and dance at the cub house on Monday evening February 4 which would be the loslt social until titer Leait Ppefiident Joseph Conk ling announced his appointments for the various committees for the year and expected that lila annolateea on the Trlntty Aid Society and Ways land Means Committees Would soon have a report ready for thti mem bers VENERABLE PRIEST DEAD Rev Francis J Purcell ithe oldest priieSt in the diocese Of Syracuse lied on IViday of laSt meek at kaneaiteles N y where he tod labored for forty years Fatheir Purcell was born In The County Tipper Ireland in 1830 and laB orxpy Mined in Albany fontysemi years agO He iwias a greiait organlzto and had bunt anti paid for tuO cllurdhes l1he lost four years of Fabler Pur cells Kfe hid been years of pain of thee Jjnffg5nsirovtartrRev John dltor of this paper and Who is in Louisville Oniswowii to artany boon the nasWtinff priest since 1002 QOOD WORK During the snort time hat Joseph evin Juis been Supervisor of county roads he Was made a record that stir asses iin every way the expectations of the people of Jefferson coutity Us full nnd comprehensive report w Judge Wl1itn and the work done mder his supervision stamp him th- ebt and most sucoessfnl road builder Kentucky ever had Mlw I l 98c PopularPrices readytowear I fittedIiI sacques are all our regular 125 values in this expansion sale each Knit Skirts in gray blue black and I white very special value at the expansion sale price of 1Eiderdown Sacques in pink light blue piping of satin and finished With crochet edge our regularII 150 sacques for II Outing Flannel Short Skirts in assort m colors and stripes special val III IIIed at 25c 49c and cb Ob of moods have been improved the work being well done and at smal1 cost If ittic Itisdal Court vSH ladop Supervisor Xevin s suggestions the roads of Jefferson county will soon be tihe equal of any in tile county COVINGTON Mourns the Death of the Rev Father Joseph A Blcnke Tolling of ttflie bell in tflie Jofty lower of St Aloysius church Sn Oo ington at an idarJy hour Wednesda morning announctd The demise of the beloved pastor Rev Father Jw eph A Blenke and spread gloom n- over ItHialt city For some nionltlh past Hilie gdod prtedt quad been re garded1 as in falling health nnd th end wtalg not whiolly nnexpedte There tints no more devdtod or zeal Otis pastor fin Itflie Covingtioii dnocest and Ws dearth leaves a aid that win be found hard Ito fill Farther Blenke became pasitor of St Aloyisius ohurrfi In 1886 and dill ing Wiat rtime strengthened hia con gregaltion to such an extent lulu it became one of the largest in the din cese The grobtto iihicli lie lihd con structed muler ache chiuxih is dalh visited by Jiundretls of pertw- nsAMUSEMENTS 0The loitering for next week nt th Masonic 1is the big musical come ATound the Clock whieh is said tot Basle sdoreil nmuy successes itlrts sea son There will be matinees Tuesday Thursday and Saltunlay The feature of the nuckinghnn bill next iveek will be the musical twxiact comedy A Pair of Peaches a big New York production pre- Sented byto company of forty clove people All tfhe vaudeville turns at- brood and make a bill of merit The Hopkins offering in Vnudevlll for next Week in the Hopkins Trans oceanic Company The headllner 1Is the 1ncette Orchestra composed of twentythree young women This 1Is an excepltSonnlly hlffhclaas musica tctt OMiers on the hill tire he TBiree Cameras Sisters Xorlton and NicQiol son Tyncy ond Luoietr Allen Shaw Sharp UfloMiers and Clmrles Ileinhnrt of Iouteville in illustrated songs Net Monday anti Tuesday Mi 85 ucnn1lesNew York succeiss This musical comedy has received great praisf where it has been presented Fran cis Wiils on will present hia comedy the Mountain Climbers on Friday real Saturday nights This SsS said to be Hlhe belt play he has had ir ears and his ability as n innmakei is well llonown GIVEN GOLD BADGE I lent John Dalton one of the lorft popular and faithful member of Ithe Jxniteville police department vas the principal in a most agree ible surprise Tuesday night Just her roU roll and before the met of the FourtUi dlstridt were Ho start or their posts John M Kelly stepped orwarxl and in a happy speech in rliich lie commended the genial Jcutenant for Juis uniform courtesy md juSt itreialtment of those under ilea brought forth rind placed upon ifs breast a handsome and costly fold badge Lleut Dalton whs too mtch surprised to speak and could inly say he was very proud of his louvcnlr nnd would never forget the ilndnei of his associates GOOD MAN lute Tkd mend Climax has sug esftied Alan Jerry A Sulllnn ns the tfgMt man itb represent Madison ounlty dn tUbe iiexit Legislature Our lveigOibolns can not do better Minn to duce Mr Sullivan to represenlt horn at tfrtoikfiodt lIe is easily the bremost citizen of his county lIes one lof the Regents of the Easitern itenitucky Kormal School hid Os argely Hnstrumenita in soouringI tot tecDotol to l e led died nonxl land nO citizen of Madison ounty is bother equipped to secure from the LeKjslWUire tJbe support bait fidhtool justly deserrea than is- Air Sullivan In the Poff tal Wted Dick iNQllex Madison county boil head in itlhe lost tnvo sessions IOf 1ihe Legislature arid witlh Jeirry iulllraii as hr Hepreseritaitlve the ounty will tttthe outeelt of the Jegtstalture itlake Who waste nextI 1IMt pthan heater Demon rata n Grade Uigh iGoods at 75c II 25c I 98c 75ciO ROUSING MEETING Mackin Council Sends Message Sympathy to the Holy Father Mjicklu Council held a rousing meeting Tuesday night from wine1 a message of sympalthy mss cable Pope Pius X expressing the loyal of the members nnd confidence ttI1at The Church would emerge viotoriou from tthe persecution of its eneniie Tie proceedings were very interest ing Plresldertt Sand wielding the gavel and ruling in la manner ttJ1nt pleased oil presemt The applioaltio of Dr Gdorge A Kraus was repontet and In view of the large number awaiting Initiation it wits decided ito hold a reunion meeting on Thursda nigh t February 21 when the tJire dagrees will be conferred on a class of ol ileaslt Itwontyfive candidates That itlie members arid friends of Mackin may ndt lack far entertain merit during Who spring and Summer tQw coamcil voted for a comic open to bo given soon after Lent and sun set excursions during July and August Prof Yanent FaBsl Thomas D Clines Jamies Mutlarkey trick I King und Louis lUeffer will among for the opera while the Gyannaslun Oommibtee nVlll close contracts with the Ferry Company for ercumsion1 on July 6 and August 10 Prof Vincent BaUisi Tend n pope on Italy and her sons Idiot was greatly appreclialtekl Ii tins hiistori call and brtouglilt out many facts con- cerningI that country and the achive merits of her children in America ittolt interested Iris hearers and won hearty applause Next Tuesdj night the members will assemble at tire club house at 730 oclock ant soon thereafter leave in a hotly in special ears to visit Trinity Council OUTING CLUB ELECTS Popular Germantown Or anl zatlon Spends Another Jolly Night Tlie Golden Rule Odtlng Club composed of representative land popular reSidents of Ifchat section of the city known na Qermantownj Qield itheli regular meeting Monday nigWt in their hull at Goss arid Texas avenues when the following officers were elected and installed for the ensuing YeirPresidentllttllnce Urentllnger Vice Presidents Frank Lnuyani and Wlllram Knecht Recording taryJncob Busch Corresponding Secretarj Wlliart Abel Financial Secretary Mike Buseh- Tr iasurier George Heitkemper- SergeantBatArms Geo Bernauer Ool Qutermuth and JoJin Eiler line reporfts submitted showed the club in a flourishing condiUon Speedlrtss were made by Ool Guter muth anti Frank Lauyans the meeting winding up with music and re freshments TIle Golden Rule Club expects too furnish its friends with one of the great outings of the done ing simmer LARGER OFFICE The real iesth te business of Albert T Sdiranz 8 Co whose earl ap renTS in another column bias grown to such proportions that larger and lore spacious office room was nec ssttry which has been secured fin the Low Building nit Center anti Green streets The business vhs oundcd by Alberit T Schranz and liealIngxxritSons He tis bu LIeS In nil tits brantihes anti is commended Ito all iwlito vxvuld buy or ell ABLE TO WALK The legion of friends of Col iliohael ReJchcrt were rejoiced to 8ice him out again this week though oible toValk only with the as atance DC a cane For elihlt weeks tie was table Itb leave iris home on Third venV Nest month he wiflbeapaJii ble to give his attention do public Hairs and the miany aocletilea in lhIqh he Is interested o acta BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY I IITIS ALWAYS PURE t U ttH McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky u CLEARANCE SALE OF CARPETS and ft RUGS For one more week Prices about half of for mer quotations Now is the time to buy Look examine and a- ctHUBBUCHBROS 524 526 528 West Market Street Albert T Schranz Co REAL ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES JMONEY TO LOANCUMB PHONE MAN 27y Room I Law Bldg Center and Groan QQQS HOTEL HOEMERC IHENRY Q HOEMER Proprietor 15 and 17 Wrest Twelfth St CINCINNATI II- jj Parties who intend visiting Cincinnati will find here every con venieuce and comfort to be found in a modern and uptodate X hotel and at right prices Street carl pass hotel entrance FIRSTCLASS CAFE IN CONNECTION t Boston Dental Parlors 206 VEST XARI J3T ST A SET OF TEETH 300 1TEETHGold Crowns 300 Bridge Work 300 Fillings 50c up Extracting 25cIHome Phone 3272 ALL WORK OUARANTEED TEN MJ BANNON Pris Mgr IYV 7AAP BANNON JR- VicePrey AA H M WOLTRINO Secretary RBIANNONI F him Sower Pipe Co a w Salt Glazed Sewer and Culvert Pipe Baanons Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits Wall Coping Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving Brick Fire Proofing flue Pipe Flue Lining Fire BricK c Grate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk Brick OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSONTB- LBPIIONBx173 WORKS 13th and Lexington and Magnolia Avef Bet 9th and TothrTBLBPIIONB 2833 woe FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager HlBAIDQXJ VI TJEKS 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 the city We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market products LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS HEATS ONLY tt It It It + 8Yernd WhiSkeyII Bottled in Bond 1 a Quart i 1 J WM BOJRGMANN JWINES WHISKIES AND CIGARS +4t 214210218 SEVENTH ST The iiMASTER BREW ff Bottle Beers Gilt Edge and Bohemian FOR SALE AT ALL LEADING CAFES THE JOHN KAUFFMAN BREWING CO Ill ANp If28 VINE STREET CINCINNATI OHIO CHAS W RATTERMANN Travelling Representative JI 4 C- fS