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Digital page images are linked to the text file. vv zrI KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN VOLUME XVIII NO 5 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY FEBRUARY 2 1907 PRICE FIVE CENTS JAMES BRYCE Regards Outburst of Patriotic Spirit In Ireland as Very Encouraging Regretted That He Will Not Launch Monte Rule Measure The People Look With Disfavor Upon Appointment of Birroll 1 TREY KNOW LITTLE ABOUT HIM In an article dealing with the Lib eras and Ireland the Dundalk Dem ocrat thus sums up the situation Most people in this country who I know something about Mr Bryce the Tithing Chief Secretary and proUc ally nothing about Mr Blrrell Ills probable successor except as the au tutor pf the English education bill of last year regard the change mitt disfavor Mr Bryce was not only one of the old guard of GkuLstonian Homo Rulers but he was also a rant well versed in the constitutional his toryof otter countries and one whose ripe knowledge backed by years of intimate ncquantance with the subject might well have pro duced a measure based on sound principles and in complete accord with the political aspirations df the people of this country It is teald that one of the reasons for Mr Bryces withdrawal is that he has not got on well with Sir Antony MBon nell Of time two men although Sir i and a Catiliolic Antony Ss an Irishman land understood to be a Home Ruler we are not sure toll1l1t Mr Br would not have been the more 5l ceII factory as the draughtsman of new measure Sir Antony ToMlcal career has been in India where al understood that he Intro though it ds reforms duced many ndministratlive of the he was still a representative ruling race dealing with a subject whom it is the very of English volley to regard and treat I forpeople unfitted any inferioras on form ot self government It ismabl that Sir Antony F lifescent so greaC n pidrtlonofhis the Indian official atmosphere I 0 somethiugatleast I of thought Ss we have said the people of this country who do rtconeern them political5elvcs much parties know littte or nothing about know is candidly Mr Birrell What they not In his favor He was we the author of the measurepresume which was thrown out by the House of Lords the other day and which the Catholics of England resisted so fiercely as a measure for the confis cation of their schools and for the destruction of the facilities they now I enjoyy for obtaining religious educa lion for their children Plainly a gen tleman folding such views on the subject of education Is by no means uc ceptable on that head to the Catholic people of this countrynil the less KH if it should be any part of hfs duty ns Chief Secretary to introduce a measure dealing with the Irish uni S versity question Apart from this dISCUSjsiol1ll pers that he Is a Home Ruler though his record In that respect is not asII encouraging as Mr Bryces He lieves apparently in home rule all round and has as a Scot been Identi fied with the movement to reestab 4 lish a Scotch Legislature This per haps may convey some idea as to the kind of Irish Parliament or legisla ture council that the new Chief Seer retary may consider suitable to the needs of this country The character and extent of tIle proposals of the Government In regard to Ireland are naturally much discussed in political circles across the channel A well informed corres pondent of one of the London dailies states that the proposals as at pres ent shaped provide for the formation c of a National Council composed of the present Irish M ls with fortyseven additional councillors elected for larger areas than the present Parlia mentary Divisions by ratepayers val ued at E20 or over It is suggested that the council should have power to deal with private bills and that there should be established certain departments of State in substitu tion we presume for the existing responsibletoso an Irish exchequer into which monej now allotted for Irish pur proposedtoWestminster this Irish council yould sit only when tie Westminster Par lament is not In session As to the exchequer it is stated that out of c9000000 raised by taxes in Ireland e about 4000000 may be placed at the disposal of the National Council for administrative purposes This is not an extraordinarily comprehensive scheme of home rule though undoubtedly it would mark n very + great improvement in the present state of thing At all events it is no more than n forecast and the scheme when finally produced by the Government may differ In many respectsMra speech delivered at Newcastle during the week gave no hint as to time details of the Gqv ernments proposals as regards Ireland but he made no secret of his CIvn u I conviction that a large measure 01 self Oovernnient should be given tc thlHpuntry Mr Bryce has learn something even in the short time 1h ei has been at the Castle He ha leatned that the people of tills coun try dislike and resent any cxercli of authority by persons who are nott responsible to the Irish people or in harmony with Irish public opinion AH to The fitness of the Irish people for the exercise of such authorIty opinlcBut1 address was his advice to Englishi politicians as to their attitude to feeHngInistrution he said ought not to 1 het afraid of any expression of the set tlnient of nationality for national is a fine thing which stirs people u up and binds them together even if the forms which that expression tnkes are not always those which other people think best He regarded the new outburst of patriotic spirit IInI thingandof selfrespect and selfrestrnln prooftheirger and more responsible powers We MrIlJrJceregrithatlnunttimegrows stronger i MONTHS MIND For the Late Rev Corncltu OBrien at Holy Cross Church Time TIevOoSanDIgospeettful pomp land ceremony by the Kev Father John Sheridan pastor of the Church of time Holy Cross Thirty second and Broadway lout Monda morning Father OBrien was born f1n Ireland onid served tIle congregatioi of the Holy Name church at Ass land in time diocese of Covington for more than twenty year silt zeal anti ability until iill health caused him to seek surceaei from ltoiil Sn the balmy climate of CafUfornia where attended by thi Complain and surrounded by the goo Sisters of St Josephls Sanitarium Ill minrendered his soul to ids Make December 26 Foltiher Sheritllan pin self of a family of priests two of his brothers being graduates of far famed Maynooth and priests In theii native diocese of Raphoe now dead when n student from Ireland fount In Father OBrien a friend nnd pour cellar This attachment grew stranger as years rolled by ani when the bad news reached Father Sheridan lie camped his brolhei iriests and parishioners around hln and hall a solemn Months MSnd for the repose of Ithe soul of his vener able and departed friend Solemn in heed were the rites Promptly at B1 oclock the office Pro Defunct vas chanted time Rev Andrew Brady nadbor of St Cecilias dhureh being- an1hprIest oss ili 1 in the choir b rtJle Rev Patrick Wlalsh of Sacred leart Clilariete P Roffo of St Uvarles Borromeo M OConnor of St Michadrs Thomas W White of St Frances of Rome F A Brady of- st Cecilias Dominic Crane of St dory and Elizabeths and Foithei Marten Cassidy C P of tIle Pas Monist Retreat Solemn thigh muss ns celebrated by the reverend pas or Father Sheridan assisted bj lev Patrick Walslli as subdeacon md the Rev Fattier Charles C P raster of Ceremonies Rarely has tJle diocese of Louisville seen a more cinching tribute paid to a priest but Idle its limits and it goes ito Rllaw he esteem in which Father SherMan rid his friends dead or alive art leld Heart rettdhing indeed were the brief remarks of the pastor in ecounMirg Ithe labors the trials and he Clod lilce dhorSty of iris friend md benefactor DISSATISFACTION With Way Primary Educatloj Is Managed In I eland The chronic dissatisfaction withI he way education particularly pri nary education Is managed in Ire and has been growing more ant more insistent every year for twenty years past and a Pretty general ant ormldablo agiitation is now going on ndl over tho country rut Qnce demand dng a radical reforms in the whole system of education in Ireland with nit any nterference with Its rellg ous quality As Stephen Gwynn vho is a Gaelic Leaguer and also n nember of Parliament said bt a re- emit big meeting1 n Wicklow demanding more pay for teachers Why hOuld the Government pamper its Castle policemen and starve ts teachers After a policeman is fifteen years In the service he may get 0 pension for himself his wife and family while a schoolmasters pen tslon does not begin till he has giver forty years of hard servlce with n jlvil rights and no emoluments oJ Miy kind Tho present divlsiron iof the Exchequer grants for schools 80 percent to England 11 to Sodtaand and 0 to Ireland bears no proportion t the taxes collected tho population tJJ the peculiar needs of the respective countries The teachers of Ire land the national school teachers are vita worst patel of any clvilizeii xjuntry in lute world What is want OO1s ft School Board elected Ouy the people Mod nwerttble to piAllo ipiakra JG 1ii SONS OF ERIN tII Their Part in American Revolu t tion and Early Influence In Colonies Editor Hultlgana Interesting Historical and Patriotic Lecture will Present One Hundred Striking Views of Revolu tionary Period IHAS ELICITED WARMEST TESTIMONIAL Mr Patrick J Haltlgan tub editor of the National Hibernian of Washington D C will give an illustrated lecture at Macauleys Theater on the evening of February 17 on ithe sub PATRICK J HALTIGAN jeot of Irishmen in the American Revolution and Their Early Influence in the ColonieS The lecture will be delivered under the nusplcs of Di vision No 1 A 0 II of Louisville and promises dim be one of rthe most interesting historical and patriotic cntedtoinmenits which has ever been given under similar auspices in this city 111I t 4Jj Mr HoJtigan is widely known throughout tire country las the editor of the official organ of the Ancient Order of Hibernians which paper hIllS over half a million readers in the United States and Canada He has devoted considerable time to the study of his theme and brings out tmany strong points significant of the valiant services rendered by men of Irish blood in the great struggle for American liberty Speakng recently on this subject he Said In the preparaton of my lecture I was influenced iby tthe fact that too little is known oven among my own people of the splendid services ren tiered by Irishmen not Scotch Irish men in tire establishment of this re public snip I desire to present a brief history of whop time Sons of Old Ireland have done in the founda luau of the American notion I have selected an illustrated lecture for this purpose as I believe the hun dred views I present will help to Il lustrate more clearly the facts and incidents least with in any lecture During the last forty years or since the dose of our dull war there has been a well planned movement in this country to distort American revolutionary history as far as pos taible and especially to ignore the Irish element in the establishment of tsis nation Tills movement does not spring from the ihearts of the Amer loan people It was not born on this side but Ss ia direct impontittuon from the enemies of the Irish race across the sea The same poWer which mo nopolized as far the possible Irish genius nt home Bo stilt own glory now seeks to Destroy it 5n this country where it is beyond its control In thIs lecture Mr Haltigan will ilhisbrate time services of Irishmen in the colonial days and those also who actively participated in the Revolu tion He will speak of George Dork eley a Protestant Irishman and Dish op who enriched this oountry with his genius and his learning Thomas Tongan a Oalthollc Irishman Governor of the Colony of New York James Logan William I enn s Secretary Charles Thompson Secretary of the Continental Congress from its first aasslon till its close wimp inspired Franklin in his despair aJfter the failure of the passage of the stamp act in 1764 Archbishop Onrroll the first OatMolio Bishop of America Ctmrlea Carroll of Carrollton the great Clin ton family of New York which pro duced two Major Generals during the Devolution Gen Joseph Reed of New Jersey and the Jackson Cal houns Rutldeges Lynches Lewises Dunces Dooleys Jaspers and Polks of the Southern colonies Referring to Now Eldfitwid the lee hIrer will speak of the OBriens Sullivans Thorntons and Whlpples as well ns Matthew Lyon Henry Knox Jolin Hancock Anthony Wayne Richard Montgomery John Barry Johnl Durilap Stephen Moylan Thomas McKeton and many other leading officers in the army and navy of freedom from New York New Jersey and Pennsylvania A brief but instructive history of the Friendly Sons ot8t Patrick of Philadelphia will M given and some highly interesting lain will be pre rented relaltflve to Mme raationallty of Andrew Jackson and John COal Noun The exploits of Ithe brave William Jasper f rgiaOommu dore John Barry tend Diehard Mont i 0 4 gomery will be interestingly brought ouit by the lecturer land the mt1ny striking views thrown on the caner in relation to the careers of thesi dlstingulshed men will be cspciallj pleasing and instructive Mr Holtigan will deal at oone lungith wfth the influence of the Irisrace in America lalid will close ilis discourse by an appropriate hlstor feat reference to the writing of the Star Spangled Banner by Frtihcfc Scott Key Altogethcr the lecture should prove a antoub enjoyable enter tnlnment and will convey many val uable lessons In time history of 41ic great struggle for American freedom Two soprano and one baritone solo will be sting at appropriate intervals each song bring illustrated with BuLt able historical pictures In places where the lecture has already been delivered it has elicited the warmest testimonials from proms eat clergy men and bther competent promisescontributions to American revolution wry history ever printed to people of Irish blood besides doing much to lirstill into ithe present and rising generations a prude in dame glorious achievements of Ute sons of Erin who shed their blood for American liberty BURNS WERE FATAL Distressing Death of Prank McGraths Bright Little Daughter One of the most distressing deaths chronicled this iwinter was that of little Frances McGrath tihe bright fouryearold dauetoter of Mr and Mm Prank McGraMi 1035 Seventh street Wednesday morning the child was at play anti whale drying n dress for her doll before the grate fire she ventured too close and the lilglhlt drqss Hhe amore was ignited Princes rushed for time loom where her father was Ibutitbo late to be saved The remaining clothes were stripped front her body and medical assistance umlmfmed widen itUsseen that she Hind been fearfully burned EverytMng possible was lone for the child and so bravely did she bear liver excruciating pain that for some hours hopes were enter tamed for her irecoyery Late that night limvever her condition became worse land at 4 oclock Thursday morning dude angel of death called home the child froni its bed of pain and suffering The bereaved father and mother wore prostrated by the terrible accident tfliolt darkened their home and have yet scarcely recov ered from its esul effects When tale news became known a feeling of gloom pervaded the neighborhood 1hcmrdexpresIparents The funeral took price yesterday afternoon when the remains were tenderly laid to rest in St Louts cemetery s WILL PROTEST Hibernians Call Mass Meting For Next Monday Night The Hibernians of Louisville and efferoon county have called a muss nesting for Monday night to be iteM lIn their hall In the Hopkins Theater ullding when solemn protest will be entered against the action of the French Government in persecuting md ddspolling the Catholic Church in hat country This action was taken jy time County Board after hearing he address of State President 3eorge J Butler tend the reading of NatlonaljPrelsldC11lt had spoken it appeared ito be the loncnsus of opinion tliat the mooting should be a general one to which not only Ithe members but all lovers of religion and jisrtice sllibuld be invited It was argued that if other Ho roes were too timid or afraid to peak out the Irish would register mayAJenSlian Clines Coleman and the tate President was appointed to oprC5entcdrutlight It is fhe initentllon to have those resolutions printed in the Catholic and daily press of the city and copies sent the Holy Father and he French Government The County Board will make this the first step in Ithe direction of a meeting of hit the Catholics of Louisville similar to hose held recently in Now York and toston HAPPILY WEDDED Monday morning a quiet but very pretty wedding was solemnized at St jpuis Bertrands churl the don rodting parties being Peter Curron Dud Miss Mary Leola Smith They were attended by Patrick Campbell of Indianapolis and Miss Mary FStz remW of this city Rev Father Cernan O P pronouncing time words hat united the happy couple It had been intended tto have only time him mediate relatives at the ceremony bsit time news hind leakefl out and hero was presenit a large number of riends who had came to tender bton rrafculations Immediately following tho ceremony the bridal party en oyed a weddlnpr breokfasst at the Wllard Hotel after which the bride and groom left for a ten days honeymoon trip to Indianapolis The bride is the dauBhter of Mr R B Smith 700 West Kentucky street fend ms been admired in her circle of riends Mr Curran is a former resi ileutof TiowBng Grcn but has been trt business ihere for about two yers with iris brother James Curran and ins become well kriowh and pukrJJ in bUBlneas circles L v t J iu I SNOWY WHITE Was Emerald Isle From Her Matin Head to Bantry Bay Storm That Raged For a Wee Caused Much Loss and Suffering Laborers Cottages Caused 0 Great Change in Face orIthe Country ENGLISH GARRISON MARCHING OUT 1 hue Emerald Isle lias been clothed like n bride front her Malin Head in Antrim to her feet in Bantry Day in snowy white for the first time in many years says a Dublin letter to the New York Times Just after the holidays the storm set in and raged for a week and all the suffering to man and beast in consequence can never be told Whole flpcks of sheep wintering dn the mountain slopes were smothered in the drifts Business and travel were suspended actually for 1 week Thousands of families nvore1 caught without two days fuel ahead and time way to tho bogs Par petit was a cruel road for young boys nnd women whose first cxperioncfc it was of a real snowstorm For two days Dublin was like a beleaguered city Whither Is Ireland going asks tilie London Daily News which in dayfe gone by used to be very contemptuous of Ilrlsh aspirations and oblivious that she went any way at f ill The News very pointedly an swers its own question in these t words Toward selfgovernment we nuke no doubt But by what road The English garrison is slowly marching out time people are coming slowly dn as masters of heir own j houses and land Coercion is deatl1 Irish agitation has definitely taken on a constitutional aspect Every thing 8s ready for a fresh advance on f tines which Wyndham practically laid j dawn and on which Bryce and Sir j Anitfhony McDonnell were presumlably agreed AlHred Webb the venerable Quaker Nationalist in a letter to the Dublin IYeemans Journal descants on the necessity of Irish home rule even when sentiment is left out of ithe question Switzerland with three and one hn1f millions of people has tweritytwo parliaments the United States with seventysix millions population has fifty assemblies Can mla dos nine and Australia with its four millions of population has six Even the Channel Islands liave each more than one legislature wflille Ireland with its four nnd one balf mil lions lams none As the time of application for the laborers cottages under the act passed ait the last session expires on I February 1 the clerks of the District Councils anti ithe local brandies of the United Irish League are busy landing out blank forms of applica Hon All workingmen earning not more than Sjs a day rosy get one if these comfortable sanitary dwell ings arid a hhlf acre of lad talttached- o it for a nominal rent In many parts of Ireland especially in Cork and Kerry the net has been token idvantage of liberally to the great xjinfort of many thousands of i families wino have discarded forever lie picturesque but really unwhole some cabin with its eartihen floor md smoky llreplace This great change Sn the face Of the country irid the way of livingof so many eople were effected so quietly that the magnitude land moaning of it are opt 1o be lost sight of But the more we Wave the more we want like lie rest of Mite world We are on the high road to greater changes yet in 1007 The promotion of tillage is an other burning gueatkm in Ireland oday There is a Council of grioulfcure in Dublin Castle whose jusBness it is to send instructions md seeds to farmers and get re lonts from them as tb results The lepurtoient is doubtless doing the jest that an alien system dan do but he Mutts are pitiful There are arge meetings held In various dls riots and the public men of the idghborhood say their say about low to help the farmer Improve his live stock and what are the best and iheaipest chemicals with wJiich to re bore Oils wbrnttut Melds Priests md Blslilaps have long and eloquent titters in the press full of soficitudo md encouragement and good advice Yet the Irish farmer like the farmer in any country rthttt depends almost wholly on agriculture is getting less und loss money for the product Jnder proper conditions every foot of the rich Irish soil should be yielding two crops antmally of fruits an regetables In Tipperary and Wex oral and Klldnre and Limerick as well Donegal and Derry the farmer off but in parts ofis not so badly the West and South Iho and his land ire both half starved ail the time We will have to walt Mil our own Parliament in Dublin either by bountIes as in 1783 or by protec- Uve tariffs builds up a varied Worao industry and the farmer will then find his best market next door 10 isimthe only solution of the good tillage irtoblem Our eyes sled bya aquinitingeise not open to it yet But nve Irish tarn quickly and there are states men in the Irish party who under J n stand this as Parnell understood i I and often expressed it It would not take ten yeas of home rule to seethe Shannons swift tide developlnj electricity for thousands of factorl anti the woolen trade of Ireland as9t some the size and value it had befor the fateful und hateful Aot of Union JUDGE ODOHERTY Retires From the Bench and Will Resume Law Practice The news that Judge Matt ODohenty has tendered his resigna ration to Coy Beckhom caused quite a sensaltfon in lane circles Tlnmrsda afternoon and was received with ex pression of regret from his associate Judges nnd members of the legal pro fesslon generally Judge ODohent made a splendid record while on nth bench but for some time past Ids intimate friends have known that he preferred the practice of his profes I JUDGE MATT ODOHERTY Ion rather than presiding over the oupt No time has yet been set for- the resignation to take effect whlcl still give the Governor time to make ai good selection for tins impontan and difficult position In Frankfont it is said that Waltei P Lincoln member of the oldest Raw firm in the city Lieber Lincoln iis the mot strongly tipped for the place It is learned that Charles F Taylor A T Burgevin and J Mar hall OliaiWersor are also being urge for the position Mr Lincoln has frequently presided in hue loco courts and displayed qualification tliat stamp him in every way as ia good man for the vacancy Just as we go to press it Is state that the Judge has been prevaSlei upon to witlidnaw his resignation INDIANA GRAND COUNCIL Adopts Resolutions Volcln Sentiments of American People Lost Sunday the Board of Grand Directors of the Indiana jurisdiction Y M I held a special meeting at the Grand Hotel in Indianapolis which was attended by Supreme Secretary C A Slinger Past Supreme President William M Fo arty Grand President Robert MReilly and Grand Secretary James Deery of Indianapolis Joseph S C Sowar of Brazil Don J Me Barnon of New Albany and John A ReIchle jof North Vernon Tho fol owing resolutions voicing the feelings of the members were adopted by unanimous vote Whereas The French Government by the enactment of laws separating the Church and State fins violated international laws observed by all European powers in their relations wSth the Holy See taken possession or nil ecclesiastical property devoted to schools asylum and muss foundations from the pious and heritable purposes for which it was given in the course of centuries by Catholic founders ignored the con stitution of the Roman Catholic Church by taking supreme control and government of fthe affairs of the Church and placing it in the hands of associations controlled by the civil authorities and deprived the ministers of Ithe Church of their rightful support guaranteed by tans and ithe Bishops of the means of pro viding their dioceses with time properly educated candidates for thq priesthood and Whereas These attacks made against time Roman Catholic Church have for their ultimate object the banishment of Christianity from France be St Resolved Tha the Board of Grand Directors of itlie Young Mens Institute of the Indiana Jurisdiction rep resenting the members of our organi zation in the Sbatcs of Indiana Illi nois and Midian dn special session In the city of Indianapolis Ind do hereby solemnly protest against time cruel persecution of the Church in France and the dastardly attempt at the destruction of Christianity in that country and be it Resolved That as citizens of this great republic tend fully realizing ivh at true iclvfil and rellirfous freedom mean we express our indignation at this flagrant violation of the inalien able rights of true liberty of con science and tore full enjoyment of citizenship and be it Resolved That we extend to Ills Holiness Pope Plus X to the Cath olic clergy anti laity our heartfelt Bymp thyl chat assure them of our prayers toGod tthitt they Way soon be delivered front tome deplorable con ditions their oppressors wave caused u WILL RISEI a i n Church Has Stamp of Divinity Impressed Upon Her Browsl Cardinal Gibbons Urges Zeal t For Honor of God and His Church Declares Christianity Is Divine yand Miraculous in Its Origin APOSTLESc f No rational and dispassionate mind can review the history of the infant church without discerning the stamp of divinity impressed upon her brow When we consider the rapid growth of the Christian religion and the feeble Internments that were employ ed to produce such results when we consider the hostility which the apostles encountered in the whole course of their ministry when wo consider the opposition they met with from the learned and from the populace from time priest of the pagan super stition and from the established government itself above all when wo reflect upon the sublime and austere moral code which they proclaimed to a people whose religion tolerated mid even sanctioned the most disso lute morals we are forced to admit that Christianity is divine and mir aculous in its origin Well did St Paul sound this lkeynote when he exclaimed The foolish things in the world hath God chosen that he might confound the wise and the weak things of the world hath God chosetr that he might confound the strong and the things that are contemptible and the things that arc not that he might bring to naught time things that are that no flesh should glory in his sight Indeed the wisdom of God is sally manifested in tIle adoption means uttorly disproportionate t the end to be attained so that the world might be convinced that Christianity is the work of God and not of man and that all the glory should rebound to God For df Christ had appeared in all pomp and splendor of a temporal sovereign if he hall associated with him the poiverad Caesar if he hind Impressed into his service the armies of Imperial Rome the world would justly exclaim There is no miracle here for Chris tianity was propagated not by the huger of God but by the arms of the flesh Or If our Lord hind employed in the service of his religion the poets and orators the historians and literary men of his age if he had in spired a Virgil and an Ovid a Cicero and a Tacitus to wield their pens and raise their voices in attestation of the new religion then the world would crj There is no miracle here propupated but by the persuasive words of hu man wisdom Or if our Savior had appeared as the possessor and dis tributer of immense wealth if he had lavished bribes and bounties to in duce men to embrace his religion then the world would say There Is no miracle here for men were drawn to the Christian religion not by the pearl of great price but by the gold that glitters But when we behold the religion of Christ estab fished by the weapons of weakness humility and poyerty we are forced to exclaim The finger of God is hereWho inspired the primitive Chris tlann with their unquenchable zeal and enthusiasm an enthusiasm en during for centuries and extending over the known world an enthusiasm In an unpopular and hinted cause Who raised them to that high plane impressedthemthe immortality of the soul and in a future destiny Who imparted to them the power of working miracles Who gave them that indissoluble or ganization cemented not by force ofloveloveWho IlostslItaUdaofthesaidFearworld It was he who said Tho race is not to the swift nor the battle i saidYeandbringshould remain fOtCfathers yuncloudeddestinyImitate yourzeal fhisAb0y0iiigrace and mercy by your charity and com Jl3sslon for the sufferings of your fellowbelngMay nflUtltednotionspirit of a Itcmlglus a Mathea Bernard who will go forthh armed 1 with no other weapons than those which the apostles wieldedthe o povertyfaithand preach the all saving gospel of thosiepeopletheirprImitive ttheYnElieyAssaysclaiming yposseasing 0 NTUOKY i1 t431i IreYCII mu CHALLENGE SALE THIRD WEEK OF F THEBIGSTORESSale bring larger ones Dont miss this great sale The Big Manufacturers of High Grade Clothing sitKnJL Challenge the world COMILTON M MARBLESTONE i Coffeelwarm youup Our Special Grade at 3 Ibs for 50c Fresh roasted and delivered direct to your kitchen IS TIlE DEST IN THE CITY Black Green or Mixed Tea 45c REBATE TICKETSOne with each 25 c pur chasewe are still giving them rumors to the con notwithstandingMULLOY COFFEE ROASTER 1Z114 w lUARKET STREET a tca eaa iJf LAKE SHORE BRAND Elgin Creamery Butter PURE WHOLESOME NUTRITIOUS The Best to be found Ask your Grocer to get it for you CHAS WIGGINTON Sole Agent for Louisville Also Agent for BLUE VALLEY CREAMERY PINE JEWELRYWe are now showing tIle finest assortment ever Sl seen in this city Diamonds Gold Watches Rings and Necklaces at most reasonable prices Calland see our display of Handsome Silverware RUNN 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PHNE7HPHONIi WEST 19 0- I u t9- C I Il C n a pSatisfaction I YourMoney tionor 50Bac1 V71e6eV VVe eeVV X D- JONSQNMARKET SiRET BET THIRD AND FOURTH xcoRPORATED Popular I PRICES ON WOMENS I AND CHILDRENS III advantage four clearance effort is strongly demonstrated in this sale i 11The in possible need of Underwear to carry them through the Winter it to themselves to give this sale attention Months of coldweather are yet to come i i Womens Peeler Cotton Fleece linetl VestsExtra fine quality French band 39coChildrens Fleecelined Vests or Pants o Regular igc quality clearance 1 0sale price per garment c i Womens Natural Gray Wool Vests or PantsRegular 100 quality 69o clearance price per garment C 0000 OO COUNTY BOARD Undecided aa to the Nature of Hibernian Summer- Celebration The Courtly Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians met in ttreir limn on Thursday night of last week iin regular miontlhly session with Pros dent John A Murphy in the chaJr and Joseph L Lcnihian acting ns Secretary oil the divisions being well represented Upon motion it was de cided not to renew the lease of the than now occupied and divisions were notified to that effect Some time was spent in discussing the annual summer celebration of the order but no definite conclusion was reached There were those who advocated a fiield day ns an appropriate celebra Lion while others favored a PicnIc such oS was held lost year find still others were ref opinIon that an old fashioned picnic would be the best A special committee composed of Messrs Peter Cussick Joseph Lynch James Colcmnn sad Joseph Len lnn was appointed by the Olinlr with in structions to confer with tiie mane gers of the various parkas and ascer twin their best terms and report at the next regular meeting State President Butler was present and when called upon responded with sin eloquent address that bore upon Wie persecution of the church iin France and upon his suggestion the notion was taken for the proltcst mass meeting that is mentioned in another column and to which tiie public is invited ROYAL VISIT Trinity Council Given Great Surprise by Mackins Members Tuesday night the members of Mncliln Cowmen paid a rot visit to Trinity when they not only took possession ot Wio club house but captured everything butt Treasurer Bdwiard Wulf rind too funds president Oonlding occupied The chair nnd directed the proceedings very antis fndtordly Four members were re porttid sick Nothing was heard from the Ways and Means Committee but announcement was made that a librarian would be chosen before next Tuesday Committees reported that Ithe social season Would close MFOndny nt htwith a eudhro nun dance tthat Nno pIcnIc would be giver Juno 17 and thb sunset excursion boultowardhouse on ardavetAlt his rived in II body filling all the apace inn Ithe ball ProsMont ConkUng expressed appreciation of the presence of the vISitors who were moT wel bonn assuring tJhmn had had been lnf sed with nkvv Ufo and the nearest 1nken W1S greater theca ever Ito then presented Supreme Director James Shelley whO dwelt eloqudIltJIy upon the rclvtLonRf- tfuIJt should eJdst between thi1 Can oUe young anen of this city Ini loreluding lio commonided Trinity Shown jibe officers and the Ooyalty the effort bo ereot a club mouse that to its builders monumentwIll stand n of Frank G Adams Chairman of Grand tDlreators Prosl BaSdkWilliamJ Jautz Louis K1 Geoff Ohnrles J Cato all spoke words of en courngcntcmt and brought messages from the Wet End Trionitynude otnl1t Trinity w occupying its awn hd Yem ence- A waa9a fu1g incident the presen- tntlen pldal of rtmro Trott Y M I em blems to Joseph Mreyer 1vbb JIM added many names to Trinitys roster COMEDY AND VAUDEVILLE Kentucky Valentine Hive of the Lady Macabees of the World wit pre and vaudeville entertainment sent a comedy at the Scottish lUte Cathedral Sixth and Walnut struts next Wednesday evening There will bq several comedy sketches and turns by the olioioingl Misses Maud Clara ana Kosa Ilerbst Lambert Brock man Oesweln Wolf Thompson and Prof Edw Jllllen Miss Katie May JJradleyI the champion lady roller r u ra- r i price Childrens Bleached Fleeceline Vests or Pants Extra fine 25C quality clearance price per garment 19C Childrens Gray Fleecelined Union C 0000 000000000 skater will Rive an exhibition ol I fancy nnd trick sltating and Misses Abraham and TImmons will intro loco their singing and dancing speck alty which is sure to make a bigI hit Miss Ethel Bradley will act as musical directress Tickets are now on sale by the members for twenty five cents and reserved seats cnn be obtained fit the box office for ten cents extra I ENDED IN DEATH Mrs tl ula Schulten Gesfen to Be Burled This Morning I Tust when life was brightest and most desired deaths shadow entered the happy home of Henry Beaten on the Cherokee road and called td its- heavenly home tihe soul of his beloved and most estimable wife Mrs Lula- Scfliulten Besten The tad news Thursday urus 0 profound shock not cIr1deliar for her lovable character and charming personality When the onI i nounccmonit rvvtas made at the store of IJeston C Langen the employes who were devoted to the deceased tould scot conceal their grief and I ninny BUied tears To illustrate Mrs Bestens character is to relate that upon the comnletion of her home I one of the mosi beautiful in Louis vile it was opened with a banquet I Ito the employes of the firm of which the bereaved husband is the head I I Mrs Beaten was thlrtjvfivc years old and was a daughter of John J Schulten lIE brothers are Alexan der and Leo Sehulten Mrs Will Heiscrt 5s n sister In addition to bet husband Mis Oesten leaves sonsII aged eleven and nine years laslt tx days old The funeral will be teM this morning at 10 oclock from St Martins church and the interment will be in St Louis cemetery I RECENT DEATHS Joseph E and Mary Hill 516 Bast Hreckinridge street have the sympa thy of their many relatives and QC qualnltances in the dent Of their In fant son vflm was their pride and joy The funeral took place Sunday afternoon the Interment being in St Louis cemeftcry I I New Albany mourns the death of Sylvester BIr one of the oldest and most respected citizens and for many ycara n lending grocer there Sur vhflng1 Qiim are a wife and six children Tie was a devout member of Holy Trinity church from which the funeral was held yesterday morning I IThe funeral of Mrs Rose Warren one of the oldest members of the Cath idral and tfor over fifty years a I onII iT C Warren and was well known t throughout the city for her benevo lance and kindness Ho those who needed lies help I TJio remains of Miss Fannie Mattingly wlio died in this city Monday were token to Bardsitown Tuesday morning tfor interment Her death resulted from pneumonia tlhat followed nn operation she un 1 derwent two weeks before She vasI the daughter oft Mrs Katie Mat tingly nnd her death is widely mourned in Nelson county The funeral of Mfr Justina plarII za beloved wife of Jiullus Piazza and ji ono of the most beloved Catholic wo men In Louisville takes place Wits morning from St Martins church of winch the was a pioneer member She came ito ithls city from Germany forty years ago and here raised a largo and respected tfamlly nearing sight clrildren ito mourn her death Jeffersonville friends of Sirs1 I Catherine Miller wife of Lee Miller whoso home is ail 700 East Green treat in this city were shocked to loom Saturday morning that flu had died of consumpWon She was a daughter Of Bart Dean of Jeff JSon Mlle and wais mlarried about six years ego As a girl Mrs Miller InS a favorite among her acquaintances and her marriage was attended by many friends After her wedding she localtcd In Louisville with her hus latslnesfereJeffersoiaville I The day of the lingerie blouse IsII evidently not yet past and the makers of such are couiitlrtg confidently upon a coming seasOn as successful as tint of last aummen 1High Prices 1 CLEARANCE UNDERWEAR SUitsIIExtra 39quality OWENSBORO Sarto Council Preparing For Initiation and Earnest Work Sarto Council Y M I of Owens l ovo as making elaborate i rcparn dons for ian Initiation to be heMI there on Sunday February 10 when marry new members will be added 1o that already strong council State President Martin anti prominent t members of tflie Kentucky jurisdic lion have been invited and ore expected for the occasion Presidentb Turner has already tarted things going reeeiivlng much assistance from diaries 31 Barbour and TxedI Arnold and seems determined that this will be Snubs most successful year The new President will stnnd for no trillng and is working in a way that seems to assure very grati Eying results Throughout the Kentucky juristic lion there is ia growing sentiment in favor of giving Owensboro the next Grand Council convention Sarto has from the first taken front rank in the Young Mens Institute and fis fully entitled ito such recognition The place of holding the convention will be decided at the coming meeting of the Board of Grand Directors When the claims of the various cities will be considered but there is little probability of any opposition if Owehslxoro wants the honor There are bright prospects for the organization of a council at Xeltch field where a number of young men are nnxdous to become members of the Y Jf I The matter is in the hands of the District Deputy for Western Kentucky who will soon v5sit Mat town and open Ute charter list Effort is also to be mode to in stitute a council nt Wliitesvllle whichl in a live little town with a flourish ing Catholic community ACTORS HOOTED The Russells Made to RingI Down Curtain In New York The Russell brothers comedy Actors were Just week driven from theI tags of the Victoria Theater in New York city by indignant IrishAmeri cans In the middle of the sot in which they burlesque Irish servant girls and in which ithey hIve ap eared for years 200 men Suddenly burSt into a storm or hisses catcalls ond jeers Th performers struggled tto make themselves heard but as the uproar increased they were finally forced to igivc up and the curtain Kvas rung flown on the act ten this was done a man arose in ithe or cihclstra and explained that contain societies oonong then the Ancient Order otf Hibernians wOibse members spent ridicule heaped upon the Irish race by certain players had joined in a crusade to stop these note About a week ngo Oscar Hammertein was waited upon by a delegation from these societies He referred them to his son William wihois manager of the house Young Hammersteln heard tare protests but the Russell brothers went on just the same CLUB HOUSE FUND For the purpose of procuring funds for the building of the new club house on Baxter avenue Trinity Council will give a euchre anil dance Monday nigiht in Trinity Tall 718 East Gray street The committee in charge have secured many handsome and valuable prizes and the sale of tickets insures lit large attendance Trinitys social a fairs are ohvovs enjoyable nnd as this will be the last until spring the friends of the council should do all they can to add to the building fund BAZAR ifcev Father OConnlor and the peo pIe of St Michaels church are ar ganging tor to baztr to be given on Monday and Tuesday February 11 and 12 at which a euchre and re freshments Will be features Tbia being a very poor parish FaTe OConnor has a ward RtruffglOj aw it Is Itoped th bazair will reializo 8 good fundto help him to Ms noble Work tl 7 s o ss ss ss ss ss ss ss ppy t ss ss 1 ss ss ss ss 00By reason of being out of the high rent district we are able Io SAVE YOU A DOLLAR on each palrof shoes you buyss 400 Values for 300 350 Values for 250 v Haager Shoe Store i s 307 WEST JEFFERSON s jt BE SURE TO CALL FOR I 1 McRENNAWHISKY I IITIS ALWAYS PUREIjlIjl mt H McKenna Distiller c Albert T Schranz Co REAL ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRANC- HESltIONEY TO LOANCUMD PHONE MAIN 27 y Room I l Law Bldg CenterJ and Green o334Sx S SS S HOTEL HOE MER HENRY Q HOE 1ER Proprietor III 15 and 17 West Twelfth St CINCINNATI Q Parties who intend visiting Cincinnati will find here every con g V venience and comfort to be found in a modern and uptodate hotel and at right prices Street cars pass hotel entrance FIRSTCLASS CAFE IN CONNECTION t Boston Dental Parlors roll VGST I1tAIJET ST A SET OF TEETH 300 A SET OF 11- I TEETH 300I Gold Crowns 300 Bridge Work 300 Fillings 50c up Extracting 25c Home Phone 3272 ALL WORK GUARANTEED TEN YEARS t S x S x 3 4 4 4 3N3 S I i oiXyOvir THE CIoO C DAI And you DONT RUN no RISK by giving YOUR LAUNDRY to the UNITED LAUNDRY COe Incorporated HAND WORK A SPECIALTY GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 1188493732I T N SHEPARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULliVAN Manager EADQUARTERS FOR P Dressed Poultry and Game of All Hinds in Season SprinjtLambcity We aho carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market products LOUISVILLE PACHING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY MI BANNONPresf Kentucky Yitificd Erick CD M INCORPORATED 1 XcLz vifaoturere of VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS Office 508512 W Jefferson St Works Magnolia Aye Bet 9th and 10th TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE 1252 The 6i MASTERBREW f Bottle Beers Gilt Edge and Bohemian 1 FOR SALE AT ALL LEADING CAFES THE JOHN KAUFFMAN BREWING CO 1622 AND 1624 VINE STREET CINCINNATI OHIO CHAS W RATTERMANN Traveling Representative t N+fi4f H t t t t H+ tt t tit pun WINES OHAKPAOKBS AU KOLJ3t 345 West Green Straot LIQUORS CIOARS I Q IJ U 1aENrtJ cI1t y 1 II ISII A LER1C JHOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East Maio Street t1Dt1 Funeral Directors and Embalmers c 11 Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FORNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night + 1231 WEST MARKET STREET I ++ Ut + + + + + + + + + t t it + + + t +++ Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for AM Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 tt t t t IE1I11I I I II I 1 IHMIHII I II- J I I I I I I I I I I I I I I J I I I I I I I I I I I H E TRACY t H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS 1 STREETShortof 11111 I 111111111111111 Jo GNOS and B PeoIxp e For 1esst Good Employment and Success GALL OR WRITS FOR FUll INFORMATION P Union Ratal Belt Buildl3gMALJ Business CollegeSTREETS LOUISVLLE KY 1PRIVATE HOSPITALF- OR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville lespilalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA MERCY HOSPITAL n Sparks Avenue Jefferionvllle Ilad 28T06DONT YOU WANTM Good Dental work done for the least money Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed I DR HtJJ COUCHMAN Dentist I 551 FOURTH AVENUE oppJoo C Lewis Co n The laurel of praise to our DIAMOND WALL PLASTER It is the kind that stays where it in put and frost will not injure it three hours after it has bees put on Kentucky Wall Plaster Co 1 INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook and RiverI Louisville Ky Also operating the Hoosier Wall PlasC ter Plant Jeffersonville Ind Phone 555 HENRY AAIJ1 J11PUL1 DYER AND GLEANER a Lifts and Gluts Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED pkM a6 u 521 liftk Strtet o n THOMAS KEENAN f Funeral Director andd Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All nlgbtCerrlages 1225 W MARKET STP- ETER M ANDRIOTSOII 8 H WAGONN MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGEf LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET LADIES OALA NIGHT I The Ladies Auxiliary Division 1 A O IT are anxiously awaiting ithe arrival of next Tuesday when they propose to have a gala nIght for thcar friends at Schrelberls Hall Twenty rslxth and Hank streets They will start the evenings entertain wont wltih a euchre land distribution of iprlzee to be followed by dancing Several parties have been formed to attend and iwlll participate in some of the oWfaahloaed Irish dances that Wore KO Topularyaars ego The la dice aserare ithelr frlenda an evening of rare anJoysiMi IJ HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes I Iul1y GOO sat dawn Ho the banquet with which the Ladles Auxiliary of Eaflt Boston celebrated its tenth nn niversary for the IlnlUgan lecture canI ISents nt either Mulloys or Tluxso wflio desire first choice dfaould buy thorn now Division mortis Thursday night in its hall nt Seventeenth and Main widen a aordlal welcome awaits those who have not yet visited the new quartersDivision 8 recently organized nt Manchester N II started tho new year l y Initialtiing five new members balloting for ten and receiving three applications TJie Oounity Board is lard at work preparing for the observance bf St Potnicks day vhcn nn entertain ment is promisod Uliat will meet with popular favor Much business tliat Is important Wall come before the meetings of DI- visions 1 and 4 to which attention is called that members may Jiiivo no excuse for being absent They are going some in New Hamp shire At the Mast meeting of Divis ion 2 nit Manchester n goodly number of applications were received five in itiated and tdx balloted for President Oolemian js putting Dl vision 3 in position bo soon take the lend 4n Louisville Wilth lapplicatons longtoimportant Hon is held here in 1008 Members of Who ruder should render ithcm all the assistance possible in nodding to their numbers Indianapolis Hibcrnlanis have in viteVl State Pnesldent William Kelly of Richmond and other State officers to be ipres ntt ftlt the meeting to be held on the evening of St Patricks day In Tomlinson hull It is the duty of every Hibernian to work for the succes of the lecture to be given at Atocauleyis on Febru ary 17 by Patrick J Haitian They should induce their neighbors and friends to hear him and learn what the sons of Erin have done for our country The euchre of the Ladles Auxiliary next Thursday night nt SchreSbers Hall Twentysixth and Bank Streets should be attended by every member of the order For several weeks the ladies jhave been preparing for this affair and are deserving of encour agementNext MryS1rl1anof the auxiliary on will have somp valuable informattion for the mem bers who arc urged to be present ChtCl1gollOrethat will be useful here The Pittsburig Winter reunion drew to Ithe old Urty Hall an assemblage that filled the big auditorium and buildingfundcounty home Rev Maurice McCarthy County Chaplain was the Monaghandelivered Not for a longtime wins there so much jollity out a meeting of Division 2 ns iwas exhibited this week The fact that they carried off first honors at the iiniiiUaltaon was just cause of the ebulition of spirits and in tore talus Mint were made Con Ford land Dan McKcrux promised that if given proper support they would rev peat the victory An obligation rests upon every member to be present at the protest meeting to be held Monday night at Hibernian Hall in the Hopkins Thea ter building This grand old order true to the faith and God trill de dare against the intolerance and oppression of the Christian religion and church in France and therefore old owe it to themselves and the church to be there SOCIALISTS Were Given Hard Turn Down by the Irish Labor Council Uy the overwhelming majority of 835000 votes against 00000 as repre sented by the delegates the Irish Labor Council at Belfast lost Saturday rejected an amendment to the constitution the effect oil which would have been to transform it Into on avowedly Socialistic organization The proposed amendment waft con tamed in a resolution suggesting the insertion of the following new ob ject into the constitution This an nUal conference hereby declares that Its ultimate object shun be itho ob tanning for the workers the full real due of their labors by the overthrow df the present competitive system or capitalism and ithe institution of public ownership arid control of all means of life- DANCE MONDAY NIGHT The Press Assistants and Job Pressmens Union will entertain their friends with a dance at Masonic Tom ple Hall Fourth and Chestnut streets next Monday evening Be sides fraternal benefits this union has always endeavored to keep its members better acquainted by giv dng social functions at different times which Una always enjoyable The committee In change Ottarles S Smith Lee S Wolf and John Schnei der will be assisted by the entire membership NARROW ESCAPE Patrick J nines residing at 1570 Williams etreet had a narrow escape from being Killed Tuesday at noon While in the Blar Four railroad yards near the bridge he tisas run down by an engine arid painfully injured When removed to his h oitwaSI discovercfl that nines Mp had been dislocated arid that he had several severe cuts and bruises about the body Though aufferIng much pain yesterday his condition wWi reported improving nh- ll J h a u SOCIETY DIRECTOR A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourtn Tuesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentsThomas D Clines mlle11ynecordingKeenan Jr- Financial Secrotary P J Cusick Courthouse Treasurer Charles J Finegan SergeantntarmsJnmes Do- ranJ DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford TreasurerOwen Keiran Recording Secretary Joseph T LynchFinancial Secretary John T Kean el DIVISON 3 Meets on the First and Third Thursday evenings of Each Month North east corner of Seventeenth and Main PresldentrJames Coleman Vice PresidentPhil Cavanaugh Recording Secretary John Morris Financial Secretary John Hession 1714 Baird street Treasurer Daxiel J Dougherty SergeanttannsThomas Noon DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wed nesday Evenings of Each Month PresidertrJoseph P McGinn Vice rcsldentStephen J McEl liott Recording Secretary Frank P BurkeFinancial ecretaryR E OSulli van 1520 Seventh street Treasurer William J Connelly SergeantatArmsRobert Mitchell Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILL13 Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Han County President Louis Constan tinePresidentJohn Kennedy Vice President B Coyle Recording Secretarj5 T OHern Financial Secretary J E Murphy Treasurer Michael Kinney MarslmllM Garrity Banner Bearer J G Cole Y IKE I MACKIN COUNCIL 203 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Ben J Sand First Vice President John T Ken- ney Second Vice PresidentFrank Lan ahanRecording Secretary Ben Reed Financial Secretary Frank G Adams 2141 Rowan street Corresponding Secretary Fred ZalmrrcasurerDanlel W Weber HumphreyInside Andrlot Outside Sentinel George Bartsch KNIGIITS OF COLUMBUSj Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where inLoulsmeafter Lent iNb date has yet been set Kev Father Blcnke who died lastweek ut Covlngbon was chaplain and OarrellCouncil beInuttubcdnati tomorrow afternoon the list of elu niter members having been com pleted for two weeks AVasihinffton nights have freed their building from debt The 14000 mortgage which has been held on the property since Its purchase in 1002 was burned amid impressive silence at a meeting of the building company The council nt Manchester N II will give a charity bail in Mechanics Hall on the evening of February 11 in aid Of tie orphanage which it Is proposed to erect the coming spring on the site recently purchased near Dorxyfleld park AMUSEMENTS Tflio Buckingham has a bill for next week quite above Itflie usual run of pieces at that theater A programme of genuine aioveltles Is promlsed one presenting all that is new and eensa itional in vaudeville and burlesque Bankers and Brokers a musical comedy by York and Adams will be tine iatltraution at the Masonic all of next week wjtti the usual matinees This is said to be u pleasing produc Ition tiiaJt has been everywhere received witlh favor At Macanileyls Monday Tuesday Wednesday matinee and night and Thursday nlghits Of next week ilfance ONeil will npoear in The Sorceress On Friday and Saturday nights Fritzi Scheff iv511 be seen in aille Mediate There will be a matinee Saturday The llalt of vaudeville attractions for next week wt the Hopkins in cludes Collins and Hart burlesque bcrtobats DerrY end Berry comedy anuis3crans CSttllettii monkeys Lester nod Manning In a sketch Dart mall and Harris in a singing and dancing act Dondtfiy Drew the Ring ling comedienne and Fay and Loa Durbyelle shladowgnaphlsts Collins and Hart are the headliners The kJnortrame pidtuwss also will be a feature and some of the acts will be entirely new here IMPROVING The many friends of Dr J W Fowler will rejoice to learn Itntat there has boon a larorablo change In his condition Two weeks ago he was removed tot Josephla Infirmary where he underwent a aur KloBt operation from w+ dDh hevi rev covering It la tanigl t t hat by next weeK he will gain be toile to be but IJ L y Jt3 a IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges thePortrushI sustainedIsuperintend the disehJirge of a cargo of coal lingthe 1ortrush quay emtigratondo fromIrls1130G16theTownilnlll Nationalistseats onthoRoscommonQuartergratulatcd the grand jury on the inthebefore cenyA ofKenmarespeeches were delivered by the Ven PBolnnd1 to The work of the Irish party in connection with the education bill and legislation for Ireland this year meetinginofXntIonnlwnsheldnlJlgiarnostMessrsCogan undnevr lecturingattheCork cil said the strength of labor in thenew Parliament was grouter even regarded continue to mnke hay while the sun shone The wages board bill and the objects scs10nThe Loris Justices acting for the Lori Lieutenant have appointed undermentioned gentlemen to tJteI office of High Sheriff of the ing counties for the ensuing year ArmngltCwaubet Fermanagh Major Henry St George Richardson Clones Louth onnglmnfajorGeneral low Carrickmacroiss On Tuesday the animal election of three Urban Councillors was held at Cnstleblaney Three Councillors were SmythJohnnominations were received for dee tion but itwo of them Messrs If AVat Son and J Itooney withdrew and the three outgoing members find John Duffy contested the three seats Duffy was put forward as alabor candidate but was defeated It was with feelings of regret that announcement wins made of the death of Owen Uannigan lit Lntityerum willicit occurred at his late residence oil the 10th inst The deceased who had attained the age of eightyfive eerJdassIlHXtllly grouudinlargelyMKenna officiated at the graveside Public meeting iwas hold in Carlow againstthemary education land the unfair treat auent which the nalttanal teachers were receiving A series of resolu tions dealing with the various griev ances of teachers and the defects in the national school system were adopted Interesting speeches were delivered by the Very Rev J Delaney Uev James Coyle Very Rev Dean Flulay Uev J Cullen Rev W Byrne and others A very solemn and interesting ceremony was performed at the Convent of Mercy at Knnlskilleh It was the first memorable scene of its kind in the now chapel commodious and artistic attached to the convent In the presents of the Right Rev Mon signor Smollett who presided in the unavoidable absence of Dr Owens Lord Bishop of Cloghcr the clergy the community the Children of Mary and ti large number of friends three young ladies knelt lit the beautiful nHar to demand the veil of religion as aspirants to Mlle consecrated life of the cloisters Their names arc Miss Nellie Meenagh of Carriclonore in religion Sister M Columbia Miss Mary Murray of Clones in religion Sister C Dympna and Miss Kate reuS1ionwas Cnn mncrogs on Tuesday when the ratepayers were set the task of electing a new Urban Council of nine For the vacant positions there were thirteen candidates and although no political connections were to be en countered there were among the number representatives of various phases of municipal interests There were many questions of snore or less importance Involved and these lent n spirit to the contest Only five of tIle old board sought reelection Messrs White Duffy Fennell Dwyer and Phelon wWlo rtlie other eight candidates were Messrs J J McCnul William Daly James Keenan T McMahon E Boyle M McMahon P Fin egan and P W Cooper There was n total poll of 348 Cooper Duffy McMahon and Einegon were defeated LAID TO REST The funeral of John P Ryan death cm Wednesday was c ihoseI n long illness of grip occurred terday morning from Holy Cross church Deceased was fiftyeight years old and for fourteen years had been employed nt the roundhouse of the Southern Railway Company daugltersRyan two sdns John land Ryan two sisters Mrs John JosephI and Mrs Jacob Elscr and a brotheri Thomas Ryan all of whom are resI Sclents of this city Popular end re ispeoted by his superiors end fellow workers the large attendance at the Aurih Whowed the esteem in which be was hfcand u f z1 a FRANK FEHR o BREWING CO I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE K- YDIRJNK Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN a BREWING COMPANY INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOUISVILLJt ICY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE- r I Brewed from selected barley and hops never permitted to leave the a brewery until properly aged TELEPHONE U39 StsI1913IWIEDEMANNBREWING Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers flavorIJOHN FeiINCORPOR- ATPDBUTCHERTOVN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BE a 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Breweryo812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY ASK FOR FINE IE1NsEErONE OF THE- TFi sT3BEERS MADE All the new Winter styles and shapes can be found here at reasonable prices CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jtflmon SI Both Telephones 10SO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed EUCHRE AND DANCE Trinity Council Y 21 L is expect ing a large attendance at the cudhro and dance next Monday evening at the club house 718 East Qraiy street as biro members of the committee have worked very Qiard to make the affair a success Many handsome prizes have been donated for the euchre by friends and members of the council The committee in charge are Ed Wulf chairman Adam Schneider John Canlffe Dr B Lam tmcrs Andrew Eleffer and Frank Pilson The proceeds of ithe euchre and dance will be donated to the building fund of the new club house I Patent low shoes on the order of pumps but finished around the tops I with bands of stitched cloth match lug the costume ore considered very chic and there ore Ipw shoes with low vamps and Bluclwrllke fronts I cdI Independent of All Undertaker KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER i Washing Dud Dressing Ladles and I Children a Specialty Office 2406 Payne St Both PhonesI Give your boys an education that will prepare them lor life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky ClaukatSclentUicEquipGymnasium 5i HENRY HUNQLDDH- AIBR IN Staple and Fancy Groceries- A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty Home Phone 4330 540 Wk WALNUT r EEBRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers In Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Stnd VINES LIQUORS MS VALS SALOONVAL LESTER Prate Hot iLHHCh PJ53to4g vcF ORN T- al r I I i rUCYY r1ISH 1ERJCAN T w r KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGftN e 9ii Devoted to too Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish F KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING co incorporated publishers II J SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY SC Entered it the Louisville PosloHlce lIS SecondClass Hitter Address all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISII AMERICAN 33537 Weal Oren St I UNION COUNCIL rfs LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 2 190711 y HELP THE POOR Though the iflowl that visited niul threatened our beautiful city disappeared much suffering ImsI i destitution remain that render nec essary Immediate relief Only those who have visited the homes that were devastated can form any idea 6f the damage lone and that is dally t making Itself more keenly felt fany poor but industrious families the least able to endure such recrsesI have sustained such losses that i Avlll necessitate years of labor and economy for them Ito attain lonco more their former state In houses that were devastated by tJleII raging waters are men women children wltiiout food or fuel and inI many cases with scarcely any crathJJ ingThere 1 are in Louisville thousands of people ivrfthout any conception ofI the real situation They Ure to give whut they can for the poor Unfortunates Those who live away from the awful scene and in com Portable homes can do much for tile flood xtrickert vend suffering They hour old clothing shoes and house ihold effects that would be ia God send to Wiose people who have lost their nil yet decline to make known their poverty by an appeal for help Mitch tins already been done but much more is necessary Many yet remain shelterless cold liungry even naked and those who Would give relief can send the same 4o John Tunon Third street or the illfetsavinft station Where it will be tliatrlbuted with the utmost care and Impartiality As itflic Herald well Bays give quicklyI give generously You who 1iave liappy homes free troy flood and famine you surrounded by guestsjpT you blessed with the luxuries and the splendors of success give to distressed fallowKentnckians and fellow kmou cans Those in any way beftter Wf than the floodvisited mul titude should do something in the relieving of sorrow and tribulation if vou tve much give freely it yo- give4 even out of that m tle TSast thy brood upon the wits rind find It you may before many days CHURCH IN FRANCE Tho Catholic Church unchnngsd find unchangeable still stands urn uud unmoved notwithstanding the persecution and humiliation that irriiig and unchristian Frenchmen Would heap upon her That she will Moon emerge from her present troubles more glorious and powerful than ever before seems now almos Certain This view is borne out by the fact that ithe French Cabinet has hardly recovered from its surprise at the proposition which the Bishops wltih the approval of the Pope sub matted to the Government for a modus vivendl on The basis of a virttuali lease of the churches in per ipetulty to tQio parish priests by tIle Mayors and apparently some contu mon exists as to what course to wljpt The enemies of the Church f are becoming bewildered and will doubtless be forced to accept any definite solution of the difficulties tore French Bishops may offer that would insure peace ttCommenting on the situation as it existed Wednesday the Paris Eclair o said The moment for the reflectiont has arrived The Vatican orders a dignityii and duty The indispensibilityof serious negotiations is demonstrated by the vain anti wicked quarrels which are jeopardizing the national unity The Figaro another Paris newspaper declares the whole world wlll Interpret the proposition of the Bishops ns a sincere desire for con ciliation However long just treat ment may be denied the Church the 1 day Mill come when she will rise chore France as she has over all her enemies since the beginning of ttihe world Tliat unfortunate country can not long defer the realization of tier mistake in going over to those reI1lgionPest winter the Ohio Mxtf Saloon League will endeavor to enact into law Iflhe county local option bill the prohibttlontIl1t n tiubindtting the question to the whole Shite It might hive done no last Whit T but fur tile ifact that it de eHjml to devlalte tram the policy of moving1 slowly lit Started out to enact the fcaardh and seizure act to Strengthen the local option laws and to provide for the ousting of saloons inatm testdcanWal sedOons in cities by iietitton iL9teadof a direct vdte In fuoifr inrffeanccw Stiwas successful Now tomen iJrt Wgfcewt play Of the gwne jherftl in reserve the proposed bill 1 peanut Winleri Ifovoto at toeal ili ironj aleetibilL Neeaier to say J II this measure is the most feared of n11 by the liquor fintorests The j league Was indorsed this bill but vflidtiher t will appear upon next wtirtters 1legislative programme remains 1 to be seen The xnlu fight still as atotekl be upon the county billIn I Ohio it Is oonfldently believed Ithat despite haterer the general jnibllc may think ofsitthe position taken by Senator Foraker in defense I of Ithe colored Soldiers In the 31011C ville imbroglio was good political strategy so far as factional advan tugs is concerned It means the bringing to the banner of the Senator every colored Worker in the State and their influence properly directed is not to be despised when it cones to selecting delegates at a primary or a county convention IIn tire German election last week the Radical and Notional Liberals matte gains and the Clerical or Cath olic party proved invulnerable not having last a seat The consternationI wMch overwhelmed the Socialist Camp Sunday night was intensified as news came of defeat after defeat 11 can not account for it Ilerr Babel said We ore dreadfully dis appointed We have fallen back to the position we occupied fifteen years ago I IA resolution in favor of the dran chise to all adult men rand women was carried at Saturdays session of the confcrencp of the labor party of the United Kingdom held in Del fast by a large vote I ITile next United States Senate will consist of sixrty one Republican and tliirtyono Demooratie motmbers CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Why the Members Should Be Active and Useful This Year Now taint the seventeen branches of the Catholic Knights of America in the Fails Cities have elected and installed officers who are able and willing and take native interest in the affairs of the order it is timely to say a word to the members ns to their duty Each and every one I should be recorded as an active and useful member ready and willing to nsist their officers an whatever work they underitako to build up their branch Good will for a common cause is all that is asked Members are not expected to do anything that Us impossible only to take an interest in the arffairs of their so ciety This they owe in a certain measure to themselves and those dependent upon them The Oathollc Knights of Americas a fraternal organization that fill fills its promises more promptly per limps Ithan any other Its twenty nine years experience in fraternal insurance businesslike administra ion and the 14000000 paid to the widows wad orphans stands like a fliugh monument to its credit The rotes are considered safe and sound 1 y the best insurance exiperits and- o cither Catholic insurance society can boost a larger or more safely wasted reserve fund Everything las been done to make the Catholic nights of America the foremost so Iety of its kind in the country and it is now the ditty of members to proclaim its stability and make the order strong tn numbers and strong in Shfluonce With little but united ef fort Kentucky can again be soon flnade the banner State of the C K ofA FATHER BLENKE Impressive Funeral Services over Dead Priests Remains I St AQojsius church in Corington was crorvskled Saturday morning during the ifuneral services of Rev other Joseph Blenke the roator of the churdli Right Rev Bishop C P Maes awl the clergy of itflie diocese recited the office of the dead which was followed toy a Ponltificial requiem mass at which the Bishop of elated Bishop Tats also delivered the sermon anti remarked tUrtut Ule deceased pastor was a saintly priest and one wf the tforemoiHt in rthe die cese In the sanctuary were a large num ber of clergyman from Cincinnati OovlngDon and Newport Alter the services ithe tthronig of people Viewejfl tflio remains nvhen Ithe casket IVaBt closed and msIRllQtlltmnporarllv in the vault of the Mother of God ccane tery in Latwnla The various societies of ithe congregation escorted the retains to afakllaon avenue and Twflftih street Eleven patrolmen in charge of tteutenant Elemeyer acted as a guard of honor act the churcn Tlib high brown boots which havejj been worn this winter promise to stay in favor throughout the summer and the makers are preparing for a lug brown leather se Boti a t SOGIETY Miss Alice AMllett has been visiting it New Haven ttflie guest of Mrs Ann Pottinger John Shaughnclssj Is seriously ill with pneumonia QJt Sts Mary and Elizabeth Htfspltal iMlss Carrie Beyer has hind as her guest Miss Katherine Yartn of Pleasure JUdge Park i Mrs G B Mother who was here visiting Mrs M A McGee has returned to her home in Nelson county Louis IMcManaiman is convalescing IIt Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital Jfter a serious illness of typhoid feverMisses Mayme Higgins and Nellie HoTbourn of South Louisville spent Sunday with friends at Lebanon JunctionMrs F Sweeney 3111 Third avenue lies hail tiS tier guest for a week her nephew Fred Dutllnger of NashvilleMiss Nellie Bolger 3511 Third BtmU will be hostess to the Cynosure Euchre Club next Wednes lay evening Mrs Will J Lavcrty of New York arrived last week to visit her brother Ef E Laverty and family alt 1209 Brook street Miss Nellie Flnegan of 1139 Sixth street has about recovered tram her recent illness and is now able to re ceive her friends MM Tim Murphy of 3205 Third avenue who has Ibeen confined to her home for some time with grip Iis now convalescent Miss Annie Donohue who was hero for a visit sto Mrs Fred Flanagan 3822 Grand boulevard has returned to her home in Covington iMiss Mary Sinex tins returned to lier Tome in New Albany rafter a de aifiihtful visit with Mrs Thomas D cCaulilffe 413 West M street Mrs James T OConnor and sons Messrs Tames and Will OConnor who are travelling abroad were in Gibraltar for a few tfaya this Week Mrs William Mackin of 518 Zone street who has been seriously ill with the grip is reporter out of danger and on the way to speedy re every Miss Eva Cant was given a de llghtlful surprise party bv a large number elf her young friends at her home where all spent an enjoyable evening Mrs Chris Cullen who tins been critically ill it her home on West Market Threat Now Albany for Rev era weeks is reported to be conva lescentMr and Mrs Edward B Schieman will leave next week for St Augustine Fla where they will be the guests bf relatives of Mrs Schle nents aint 11l bprSng Mr James Ourran and Miss Mamie radian of Twelfth and Churchill treats leave the first of next week to attend the iurphyJJittner wedding at Bowling Green Capt James P Jacobs of the Seventh police distrldt is back on duty after an illness that confined him to his home and from which he has not fully recovered- W F Shea a well known railroad engineer niter spending severe weeks visiting New Albany relatives OUtS gone to Florida to accept a place on one of the Southern railroads Miss Katherine Eberenz of South Louisville was a member of a house party given this week in honor of Miss Blanche Codys fifteenth birth day at Her home in Jefiferisonvllle Patrick Campbell oT Indianapolis who was here to attend thc Ourran Smith wedding left Wednesday for Clncnlnati to visit his sister While in this city he Hums the guest of James Ourran Dr Bernard Asman and Mrs As man returned Wednesday from Chicago where they went to attend the wedding of their kinsman Dr Wil liam V Laws of Trot Springs Ark tot Miss Josephine Pottinger Ed Wiedemanls fellowemployes of the John C Lewis Company noticed that he was n aittle chesty coming to work Tuesday morning the stork having left a pretty little baby girl at this home during the night Mrs James McKenna and iMiss Mar garet iutcKenna of Fainfleld who have been visiting Mrs McKennan father Charles White 1225 West Jefferson street for ten days have returned to their home In Fadrllekl Thomas Mutdoon arrived home this week looking better than ever otter spending four weeks visiting friends in Wheeling Plttsburg and Cleveland Tam sUll thinks Louisville the only city to live in and the Muldoon Monu ment Company the best Ito work for Tihe many friends of Martin Bugan the well known printer and brother of Frank Dugan iwil regret to learn that he is ill and threatened with pneumonia Ills condition was fll1ch that yesterday It was thought he would have to be removed to St Josephs Infirmary Miss Pauline Vincent and James Ryan well known and popular young people of Jeffersonville were united in marrlalge Monday evening in the rectory tof St Augustines church Her Father John OConnell perform ing the ceremony The attendants were Miss Marian Ryan of Jefferson ville and John Uerblson of New Albany The mairriafte of Miss Nora Hello Lang end Birch McDonald which will be sole ninized next Tuesday at St CeoHas dhiurch wall be of snore than pattfng Intend In West End society circtM tIde and groom are very popular and twere mitt be a large nurober of Mends prewnlt ito witness II r n- r cJ Performed The most brilliattt wedding of the year in Bowling Green will take place next Wednesday morning at St Josephs church when ReV Father Hayes will unite John Mur phy the well Known stone contrac for and Mlsa Lena BZltner one of that citys most chnrndnig and ac camplialietl young women This will be n great oclety event and nill1be witnessed by many from various part of the State Miss Mamie Hardigan and James Curran both of this city will act as bridesmaid and best man Mr Frank II Maas Jr was glen a surprise party at Oils home 1208 Eighteenth street Friday evening dccoratIcdspent in playing games after lhlcl1I refreshments were served Those present incvluded Misses Eva Fox Erva Sauer Mary Dallman Florence Hoerner Gertrude Lane Josephine Wilson Edith Laas Emma Gelser Messrs Douglas Greenwell Edward Cottom Julius Gehcr Charles WOOl ncr Harry Wilson George Tomlin son Tilliam Steinmetz Charles Wet zel and Mr and Mrs Frank II Maas JrThe Good Will Social Club gave a farewell dance Cot Schreibers Hon on Wednesday evening in honor of Thomas Lealherman one of tIle prominent members who left Thurs day night for Milwaukee where he will accept a responsible position An enjoyable owning was spent by tIle merry party The following were present Masses Irene Lucas Anna Doyle Evelyn Mueller Mayme and Katie McCue Agnes and Nona Nev lle and Mary Cunlff Messrs Thomns Leafcherman William Noon Lawrence Meany Maurice Fitagibbons William Baldwin Shirley Cuniff Russell Moriller Oliarles IjeatBierman Al bert Mussellman Thomas Gllllgan Dennis McCueObrnelius McBarron DREAD FEVER Takes From Fire Department a Faithful and Fearless Member After an Illness of but fifteen days and heretofore noted dread typhoid pneumonia claimed as its victim John Hallngan one of the best liked and bravest men in the Louisville fire department Strong and robust it was not thought that he was 5n dan ger until a short time before the end came For years lie hail been driver for the No 2 company and was the pride of the department in his post lion Besides his wife he leaves two small children Only a year ago his sister Mrs Adam Gast died of the same disease His funeral was held from St Paltrickls tehureh Monday morning firemen from Ills own com pany acting as pallbearers and an escort from adh company in the city following the remains to their last resting place in St Louis cemetery Tohe opaIIl4 eaTers were Thomas Oos telto John McNabb William D Smith John Morris Thomas Calla hon Matthew iletfernan Samuel Rees Edward Kennedy Members of1- I11c No 2 company sent an elaborate floral design that of a broken wheel for the funeral and many beautiful lowers sent Iby friends among the firemen covered ills grave MILITARY PUCHRB Every preparation tins been made for the military reception and euchre to be given next Wednesday nitfht din the Masonic Temple Hall on Chestnut street near Fourth by Kodeski Company of ithe Uniform Rank C K of A when the Knights expect to entertain a large gathering of their friends While the games are iin progress a selected orchestra will ender a programme of choice music aifter which there will be a grand ward of prizes many of them very valuable Many preOGct this will be the seasons mdst enjoyable euchre SEVEN TO ELECT Tale Oatliolc Womans Club will hold its annual election for directors on Monday February 25 when seven will be chosen to serve for two years and already ithe ladies are showing their interest Mrs Michael J Mc husky Mrs Granville hider and Misses Maggie Wallace lute Fitzger ald Emma aiurray and Maria Merri mee have been named as a nominat ing committee to select fourteen names from Which the seven will be loosen The club has enjoyed a most prosperous year and has grown Bteadily in public favor WEDDING JUBILEE Andrew Kant land Ms estimable wIre celebrated most happily their silver wedding at their home 1923 West Madison street Besides members of the family and relatives there was a large gathering of friends who called to tender congratulations and wish the worthy couple another twentyfive years of health and tap piness During the evening Mrs Jeat and her daughters served an elegn t report The jubllarians were tIre recipients of anany handsome and valuable mementoes of the occasion MEETING CALLED Frank G Adams Chairman of the Board of Grand Directors of the Young Mens Institute for the Ken tucky Jurisdiction has called that body to meet in this city on Febru ary 10 Mackin Council has tendered the use of Its club house and the yearly reports of the councils in this ficBslons will be held there Besides the visual Imsiness of the board the jurisdiction will Ixj rend and aplace selected for holding the next Grand Council SOCIAL AFFAIR Invitations are being issued for a select dance by the JtCackin Social Club on Monday evening February 11 at Mackin Council club house 530 Twentysixth street This will be the Oast social affair given by this club until after the Lenten season hnd a large attendance is expected as the members Lava u large following simong clue lovers Of ierpaJduore The commwe of arrangenveats IIn cludes TJ oSfOCbnnell George Welsh LooSe Kletfef ankl Jdhsi Kenney n d- a FRENCH BISHOP Acknowledges betters of Sympathy From Miss Alyce Dubourg Reading in the press dispatches several weeks ago of the eviction of the Most Rev A Dubourg Arch bishop of ten11 c France from his nrcheplscopal palace as a result of the enforcement of the Brian Church and State separation law iin the French republic Miss Alyce Euphrasla Dubourg of Shelbyville addressed a litter of sympathy to the distinguished French prelate wlioso family name is common withers Miss Dubourg has just re ceded an autograph reply from the French churchman written In French on the official fitetlonery of the archdiocese The translation of the ArchJ lshops letter which is inter esting because of its strong state ment as to conditions of the church In France is as follows Archbishopric of Rennes France Jan 12Miss Dubourgr I thank you very muoh for the good wishes you have addressed to me I am happy to ndress to you in return the ex pression of my most cordial wishes for the new year 1007 which hun begun under such trying circumstances for the Catholics of France Our family name is spread all over the South of France and even in the West The Dopatitmeut of ithe Haute Garonne of which Toulouse is the capital hind a goodly tnumber of families of the name of Dubourg I would thank you very much if you would remember me In your prayers i The name of Liberty has lost its real mooning in these latter days in France formerly so loyal and noble dhlvalric and strong in the faith You will liuuisv forgotten on my part nnd I bog you ito accept ithe assurance and homage of my respectful 1I1e voteduelssA DUBOURG Archbishop of Rennes Miss Dubourg 8s the organist of cite Church of the Annunciation in Shclbyvllle and is well known in Louisville m were fflie often visits relatives and friends SPECIAL MEETINO A special meeting of the Particular Council of the St Vincent de Paul Society has been called for Monday night by President James T Camp bell nnd will be held In St Francis Hall at 8 oclock As the business ii- of is the utmost ihuportance the Tresi dent requests that every eonfenmce of the society be represent and in the event that the officers can not at tend theywill please see that some of their members are present tsar as to have a full attendance HER ALL FOR OOD Miss Maria Young daughter of Col Milton Young proprietor of Me GNltl1 ana stock farm in Payotte county left Lexington on Thursday for Albany N Y to enter n convent and begin a novltate of seven years preparatory to becoming a nun Miss Young is about eighteen years oui and well known and popular in so ciety and ninny friends ipaithered at the train to bid her goodbye She will assume the whlite gown and yell in Julyand at any time during tot seven years novinte she can with draw if site desires MACKIN COUNCIL EUCHRE Mackin Council Y M I will en tertain with a euchre next Thursday evonlrtg February 7nlt their club houso lit T5venty 8IXU1 street Many hanklsome prizes have been secured of which the fprltunatte winnens ca The cornanittee o- trnvngements tjnsUy he proud are Frank Lnnahan John Kenney Ben Reed William Ker berg Thomas OConnell Ohnrles- I OTooleheat 813 oclock ANNUAL CONVENTION The Kentucky Retail Lumber DenI- ers Association will hold their ar- ueonventton1 text Tuesday and Welnesda rvith n Hoc Hoo banquet Wednesday even ing It is expected that about 200 delegates and their wives anti fami lies will attend Several good speak 10oastsr Bans a local lumber representative is ranging for the receptIon of the isitors DRAPED WITH FLAGS Funeral service were held in Newark Ilast Sunday over blue ljrtlruuv o Col T r+hn F Blake at the headquar ters of the United Irish League of America The coffin Was draped with and Irish flag and the stars and stripes Michael J Ryan Presiden- tf the National IrISh League spark r briefly of the achlvements of Col Blake who took prominent part in the Boer war against England TIle cause of Col Blakes death remains shrouded in mystery though the general opinion Is that lie wa asphyxiated HINTS ON STYLE Light welghit broadeldtbs whether checked or otherwise are noW seen plUIll in many of the modish costumes The frilled or plaited front is one of the most Insistent notes among 8lmpe lIngerie blouses and will undoubtedly hue to be taken Into ac count for spring and summer Already large importations of French lingerie blouses have been brought over for the use of the Southward bound crowd and Incl dently for that very large contingent who wear the fine lingerie blouse as much in winter as in summer A new boot advanced by some of the good rankers bees up the inside Instead of up the front The boot top is made in very soft flexible kid and moulds attractively the prdtty foot und ankle but there is little chance of ariy wide acceptance for this model Last summer word had gone out that brown shoes would not be fash ionable and no one lhail large stocks of then but the women would have them and there was trouble in ahper u J rl A Few Removal Sale Specials That May Interest You t READYTOWEAR One lot of Childrens Coats former prices 500 and 650 Now 198 One lot Ladies Long Formfitting Coatsr former prices 2000 and 2500 Now 1000 t SILKSOne polkadotsNow 39c yard WASH GOODS Organdiesin + value Special 19c yard WHITE GOODS 75 piecesSheer White Organdy 29c value Special 19c yard LINENS 50 dozen Alllinen Hemmed Heavy Dani ask Napkins former price 225 Reduced to 198 dozen UNDERWEARLadies White Ribbed Cotton Vests Pants Tights and Corsetperfect fitting hand silk finished former price 65c Reduced to 35c garment GLOVESSpecial lot of Perrins Fownes Jouvin Co and other wellknown makes black white and colors sizes 5I 5I2 53 and 6 only values up to 200 Reduced to 50c pair None Fitted or Exchangedr HOSIERYSpecial150 ImportedHosierylisle black gauze lisle thread and medium lisle thread hand embroidered ankles in a great variety double splicings sold up to 75c pairrReduced to 39c pair STEWART DRY GOODS CO IHCOUlOUATED In connection with James McCreery Al Co New YorK 7nGrand Illustrated Lectures S Irishmen in the Am = rican Revolution and Their Early Influence in the Colonies DY PATRICK J HALTIQAN EDITOR NATIONAL ELIBERNIANtLecture 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 vat bringingoutRepublic UNDER AUSPICES DIVISION J A O H TICKETS 25 OTS RESERVED SEATS 50 CTSF 2lI 7C7TULEYS Monday Tuesday and Wednesday eCDln sand Wednesday matinee and Thursday evening NANCE ONEILL In The Sorceress Friday and Saturday evenings FRITZI SCHEFF In Mlle Modiste HOPKINS s HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE TWO snows DAILY 3yCOLLINS HART TWO STRONG MEN fester Manning presenting The Little Int migrant Fred Galeti Monkeys Dorothy Drew the singing comedienne Berry Berry Do You bike Music Urtmell Harris Artis tic Singers and Dancers Loa Pay Durbyelte Lady Finger Sbadowists Kinodroine Newest and Best Motion Pictures- PRICESEvenlng 10 to 75 cents Matins Best Seat In House 25 cents i BUCKINGHAMMATINEE Week Commencing Sunday Matinee Feb 3 A PROGRAM OF GENUINE NOVELTIES Alf G Herringtons Yankee Doodle Girls Presenting all that is new aud sensa tional In vaudeville and burlesque If you miss this show you miss the show of the season making quarters This season the makers wilt be prepared but it remains to be seen vyhether fickle lye man will agalii clamor for brown 1eatberJJ K Cumb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CREAM CO MANUFACTURERS OP PURE ICE CREAM AND SHERBET We have our own dairy and ice plant and we separate our own cream This enables to put a better cream on tbe market ata lower price than our competi tors 627633 EIGHTH STI tt H TELEPHONE x8- 63SOWDI3RS FISH CO FORS PURE OYSTERS NO WATER NO PRESERVATIVE 151 W JEFFERSON ST fj