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Digital page images are linked to the text file. pr c F I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN IIVOLUJlIE XIXN0 23 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY DECEMBER 7 1907 PRICE FIVE CENTS POPULAR Are New Officers of the Lead lug Councils of the- Y M I Macldua Mon Turned Out in Largo Numbers Tuesday Night Trinity Turns to Old TimePres ident For Future Guidance POLL LIST OF THE LUCKY ONES Mackin Council Y M I held its annual election last Tuesday night and the greatest interest prevailed The attendance was large arid all the contests were spirited though friendly The main Interest centered in the race for the Presidency The candidates were Robert T Burke the well known lawyer and John T Kinney one of Macklns most pop ular members Burke won but only after his opponent made a gallant t showing Mr Kinney was defeated by less than a dozen votes and would have won had he been opposed by any candidate less formidable than 40Tho following Burke is a complete list of officers electe- dPresidentRobert T Burke First Vice President Frank Lana lien Second Vice President Samuel RobertsonRecording SecretaryAustin E Walsh Corresponding Secretary Thomas Bachman Financial Secretary Frank O AdamsTreasurerDan Weber MarshallA AndrlottK Inside Sentinel Patrick Duddy Executive Committee Charles Raidy Ben J Sand William Kerberg Thomas D Clines and John L nnIJ Medical ExaminersDr A R Bizot Dr Michael Casper and Dr W MDwyerAbout members faced President Ben J Sand when he called the meeting to order and roll call showed that John Hancock was the only absentee Charles Baldy report ed that tho net receipts of the recent charity euchre was 130 lIe also read the names of time donors of prizes The work of all the commit tees that assisted in making the af fair a success was commended A communication from Bernard Brand announced that lie was ill of typhoid fever at Alameda Cal An other communication was to the effect that John Kemper who is ill at Jackson Mo is improving The Visiting Committee reported that there was no apparent change in the condition of Clarence Zook It was also announced that Frank Murphy who recently submitted to an opera tion was improving Bernard Reck tenwald and August Ileyman were both reported on the road to re coveryCharles J Gate presented a copy of the Bible and ten volumes from standard authors to the library A communication from the Ballard Ballard Company offered a free illustrated lecture on any night the council would suggest The lecture deals with the growth of wheat and its preparation as an article of food The offer was accepted and it was decided to hove the lecture at the club house next Thursday night Messrs Charles Raidy William Ker berg Louis Kieffcr Robert Burke and John Kinney were appointed u committee to make all necessary ar rangements for the lecture AH the friends of Mackin Council are invited to attend this entertainment which will be amusing and instructive The Supreme Council of the order will meet In Louisville next year To the end that the visiting delegates may be properly entertained Mackin f Council has begun to prepare already by appointing the Raid commit tee Messrs Charles y Louis Kieffer James T Shelley Ben J Sand R Galway Frank G Adams and William M Higgins Treasurer Dan Weber reported that Mackin Council has now 2000 to its credit The present year has been a most auspicious one for Mackin and reflects great credit on President Sand and his fellow officersTrinity Council also held its annual election at its club house 718 East Gray street Tuesday night The attendance was fair and the election carried with it some surprises Pres ident Joseph Conkling occupied the chair end dispatched the ordinary routine business with due celerity in order that ample time might be de voted to the election The new officers are KellyFirst Kiefer Seoond Vice President Frank PilsonRecording Secretary Jos Mater Corresponding secretaryClemens Ellert Financial SecretaryRobt Goebel TreasurerVictor Ecker Marshal George Klrchdorfer Jr Inside SentinelAugust Reiss Outside Sentinel Leo Worland Executive CommitteeJeremiah J Driscoll Bernard A Morthorst Dr Ben Lamraers John Cunlffe and E D MillerMr has previously served a President of Trinity Council and hU old admirers believe that his election will give on added impetus to tic councils affairs The newly electe officers are determined that the nextt annual election will be held in theli new club house and to the Kent eky Irish America said this would be tits adminisatn tiort who will doubtless have thie united support of tke Catholic youth j i u men of tho eastern section of the city GOOD WORK Members of This Club Are Real Sisters of Charity One of Louisvilles thriving benevolent institutions is the Cath olio Womans Club During the five years of its existence it has done an untold amount of good and while its members are all what might be called laywomen they are really sisters of charity The club was organized for the purpose of benefiting working girls who are homeless It has thus far exceeded the brightest expectations of its original promoters One of the first to espouse its cause was the late Father Bouchet of venerable memoryAt it is housing forty eight homeless girl who profess various creeds and were the quarters ample several times that number would seek shelter there Ere long the club expects to move Into new and more commodious quartersAmong the many ladles who have fostered and cared for the club who have Ibeen untiring in working for it and who have given generously of their means to promote its welfare are Miss Maggie Judge Mrs Matt ODohcrty Mrs B D Mattingly Mrs Charles Smith Mrs Charles Sauter Mrs John J Maloney rsITom Keenan Miss Lizzie Walsh Mrs Mary T Barrett Miss Maggie i Wallace Mrs William T Meehan Mrs J D Deck Mrs John Riley and bliss Rose Ann Quinn These are only a few of the 400 spirited Catholic women who are following the admonition of Our Savior to feed the hungry and to harbor the homeless AFTER DORIAN Technicality May Cause Pa ducah Treasurer to Lose Title Some Paducah people arc trying to oust Col John J Dorian from the office of City Treasurer on the ground that under the charter of cities of the second class he is ineligible to succeed himself They appear to be n little late in discover ing the alleged technicality in the I lawCol Dorian has been a Republican ever since he attained citizenship in America but has never been an of fensive partisan Four years ago he was elected Treasurer of the city of Paducah and last month was re elected lIe led his ticket receiving more votes than James P Smith the MayorManyfrom Democratic friends who appre ciate the ability and integrity of Col DorianNow it seems flint some of the dis gruntled ones want to have him ousted on the ground that the charter prohibits a fiscal officer from holding two concurrent terms The matter will be tried out In court and it is said in the event the decision is against Col Dorian that Mayor Smith will appoint a nominal Treasurer while the genial Colonel will continue to discharge the duties of the office for which he has shown such a peculiar fitness LAST MEETING Central Committee Will Elect and Install New Officers The Central Committee of the I Catholic Knights of America will meet at St Marys Hall Eighth street near Grayson at 8 oclock Friday December 13 It will be the last meeting of the year and a full attendance of the delegates is de sired I In addition to winding up the ordinary routine business the off cers for the ensuing year will be elected and installed Joseph P Mc Ginn always a hard worker for the Knights will have no opposition for President and all the other offices will be filled by able and energetic men I During the year about to close the Central Committee has done good work in promoting the cause of the Catholic Knights and under its guid ance the order In Louisville has gained many new members i The Central Committee is as it were a clearing house for the various branches of the order in Louisville It is made up of delegates from the branches in this city New Albany and Jeffersonville and at each meeting the members compare notes and find out how to remedy troubles If any exist After the routine business is dis posed of the entertainment commit tee will take charge of affairs and expect to treat the delegates to a pleasant surprise ACTION POSTPONED At a meeting ot the directors of the Catholic Womans Club held Monday afternoon It was decided to postpone the purchase of a new club house until a later date The WeststheIlease expires February 1 The build ing is part of the Caldwell estate dI and the heirs propose to erect a new and modern building on the site as soon as the club house is vacated While Desirous of seeking new and I permanent quarters the directors of the Catholic Womans Club deemed it advisable to wait until the string g enof in the money market is over it 11- c 1h WANTS UNION Able Dundallc Editor Asks the Irish Nationalists to Behave Declares That Santo of the Members Are Too Ambitious AU Must Work Together If CauHo Is to Be Promoted HIS WARNING WORTH REEDING That there is discord in the ranks if the Irish National party in this British Parliament is evidenced by the following article in a recent Issue of the Dundalk Democrat The able editor does not mince words in asking the Nationalist members to got together The article in point is as followsUnfortunately the national cause Is in a bad way The built of the people seem to have lost heart Hope long deferred has sickened them The council bill fiasco has driven many of them to despair of Parliamentary action Discord and disaffection arc leatings of the nation anti no man is without an excuse for the apathy and faction which prevail where once en thusiasm and determination marched hand In hand There is sickness in the body politic The evil commenc- Ing at the head lion made its way to trunk and members and there are not wanting prophets to forecast an early Nationalist dissolution It Is this state of things that calls for the earnest intervention of every genuine Nationalist The fair weather politician who goes with the crowd and pays easy obedience to majority rule will be of no assistance In this emergency But the man who believes in time national future of Ireland will not be willing to stand idly by nnd see the move ment built up by Parnell collapse utterly And it is the men of courage and determination that are wanted now It is on their outspoken demand for unity nnd concerted action amongst all the wouldbe leaders and all the sections of professing Nationalists that the real hope for the immediate future of Ireland restsWe have at present a multiplicity- of advisers We have no lack of self elected guides each of freedom pared to point the way to We have a certain number more or less of disciples ready to follow each We think that It will be admitted that the vast bulk of the people adhere to the Parliamentary move ment as represented toy the United Irish League and the party led by John Redmond What is really want ing is the enthusiasms that makes a political movement virile and ef fective silences time carper and the faultfinder and draws the uncertain ivaverer into the floodtide of popular progress There is nothing in the political situation that Is beyond repair The present differences night be com posed and the national forces united If wisdom and toleration and disin terested patriotism were called to aid The men with axes to grind and the men who will not serve and the men whose ambition overleaps their patriotism are after all an in considerable few We fear there nro some of them In more than one party at the present time The masses of the people have it in their power to right things if they but undertake the task There may be rotten branches in the political tree There may be corruption and selfish ambition here and there But the people can purge these things anil they ought to lose no time about it The question is how to set about this One thing is sure and that is thut it will not be done by standing aside mind watching a party wrangle There is a national organization which affords scope for the political activities of all There is machinery within that organization for making it the mouthpiece of the peoples will Whatever abuses may have grown up in connection with it l1operationstime national policy is in need of amendment the League affords the machinery to set about amending it It Is from within that the reconstruction should come The reformer who assails from without destroys what ho seeks to amend I If we are to achieve anything for our country it is not by quarreling among ourselves The fanatic be heii of the of the minor perIlIonalltrof his neighbor whose ultimate political alms are his own is the proIfeGSlngwho entertains some mere or less harmless fad in politics is n self seeker or a sham It is not for Ire land he Is working but for the triumph of himself or his own peculiar ism But the vast majority of the Irish people will we hope labor earnestly to advance the na tional cause by any and every means with the aid of any aria every helper The county demonstrations in support of home rule affords a platform broad enough for all of us HANDSOME MEMORIAL Xavier Council Knights of Comm bus of New York has taken the initiative in a movement to establish a scholarship In the College of St- yy Francis Xavier as a memorial to the late Father Henry Van Rcnssclacr S J who at the time of his death was chaplain of the New York Chapter Knights of Columbus The chapter has approved the plan to found The Rev Henry Van Rens selaer Scholarhip and Xavier Coun oil has started time ball rolling by the subscriptions of its members It is expected that other councils will not be slow in following their example and that a fund of 2000 which will be sufficient for the endowment will be realized In a very shert time ABLE MEN Uccced to Offices In Knights of Columbus Council Here Louisville Council Knights of Columbus held its annual election of officers on the tenth floor of Sod nightAboutwere present and several of the races vere spiritedly contested The new- Dffieers who will be installed January 8 arc as follows Grand Knight Thomas A Bohan Deputy Grand KnightS M Raffo Secretary John J Flynn Treasurer Henry A Appling DoyleLecturer Advocate Thomas Walsh KlajihekeInside Outside Guard Thomas Evans OConnorIt the Balloting was over njul1 only the merest routine business wns entered upon Many members signified their Intention of going to Bardstown to attend time institution jof the new council on December 20 The three degrees will be conferred by a team from Xouisville Counc- ilINTERESTING asslonfst Fathers Will Draw Crowds to Advent Sermons I Church Progress will be the HarriganCJ at Sacred Heart Retreat on the New- burg road at 3 oclock tomorrow afternoon Father Harrlgans sermon will be tho second In the series of Advent sermons delivered by the assionist Fathers and wlll be full- of Interest not only to Catholics but to all who have the welfare of re igipn at heart HenryMillernon and he was greeted by a large audience For more Uiananhourh talked to those assembled about The Church and Secret Societies Ills arguments were clear and con clusive and led to the conviction that tho church is working to the best Interests not only of her own liembers but of society at large Hereafter tho series of sermons will begin at 3 oclock instead of at 330 oclock This will give all who attend a chance to get home before dark Those who wish to attend these interesting lectures can find easy transportation by way of the 3arret avenue street car line RECENT DEATHS Mrs Barbara Hammer widow of the late Peter Hammer and well mown in German Catholic circles lied at the family residence 521 Eighteenth street late Wednesday night The funeral took place from St Anthonys church at 0 oclock this I morning and the interment was in St Johns cemetery Mrs Elizabeth Egan one of the AlbanydiedcIty Thursday morning She was stricken with paralysis Saturday end a ever regained consciousness She was fiftyeight years old and is sur irivod by her husband and five MaryFrancesEdward Egan and Misses Mary and Elizabeth Egan of New Albany The Uolylrlnltmorning Frank Kadalle who recently re Albanydiedwar Wednesday night The deceasellIwas a member of Unity Vf I and of time New Albany branch of the Catholic Knights of America Mr Kodalle was fortytwo years old and Is survived by his wife who was Miss Kunignrde Koehler a son Frank Kodalle Jr and two daugh ters Misses Louise and Rosa Kodalle The funeral takes place from St Martins church this morning and the remains will be interred in St Marys cemetery New Albany Ilames 13 Murphy for several years n member of the police force flied at the the family residence 1210 Thirteenth street at 7 oclock Sun placetrom bornIinparentsMrbeen a sufferer from rheumatism for several years but his death came as a surprise and shock to his many friends Genial and warmhearted She was his memory Hvlll linger long with his numerous acquaintances and associates DECEMBER SENTINEL St MaryR Sentinel for December has made its appearance and 1 as usual is filled with good timings both in prose and poetry Is is safe to say that the Sentinel is the best edited college journal in Kentucky EL MESSAGE I President Roosevelt Recommendations to the Sixtieth Congress Deals With a Multiplicity of Very Interesting Subjects Declares That Labor Unions Are a Source of Benefit THE EMPLOYERS LIABILITY ACT President Roosevelts message to ho Sixtieth Congress like everything else that comes from his pen is an IbUs document While it treats of n variety of subjects it deals prin cipally with commercial and indus trial conditions lie commends the movement for an eight hour day and insists upon the extension of the employers liability act and declares that labor unions as well as combina tions of capital have come to stay lie alff calls attention to the appalling loss ol llife in railroad acci dents find recommends government supervision or inspection just as steamboats are subjected to super vision weTworth Youcan not expect to master it all in n day or oabe carefully read by every thinking person inlhe wiiitcd States President Roosevelt urges Congress to limit the abuse of injunctions and declares that employers frequently rush to the courts to protect them selves from labor unions when re course to the courts Is not necessary While his views on the liability of the employer will meet with the approval of the workingmen It is doubtful if railroad companies nnd employers generally will indorse the following The National Government should be a model employer It should demand the highest quality of service from each of its employes and it should care for all of them properly In return Congress should adopt leg- Islation providing limited but definite compensation for accidents to all workmen within the scope of the Federal power Including employes of navy yards and arsenals In other words a model employers liability act farreaching and thoroughgoing should be enacted which would apply to all positions public and private over whlc the National Government has 1 risdictipn jThc jiiniiber ot accidents to wage vorleers including those that are preventable ana those that are not has become appalling in time mchanical manufacturing and transportation operations of the day It wdrks grim hardship to the ordinary wageworker and his family to have the effect of such an acci dent fall solely upon mm and on the other hand there are whole classes of attorneys who exist only by inciting men who may not have been wronged to undertake suits for negligenceAs of fact a suit for negligence Is generally an inadequate remedy for the person injured while Iit often causes altogether dispro portionate annoyance to the em ployer The law should be made such that the payment for accidents by the employer would be automatic Instead of being a matter of lawsuits Workmen should receive certain and definite compensation for all acci dents in industry irrespective of negligence The employer is the agent of the public and on his own responsibility and for his own profit he serves the public When he starts in motion agencies which create risks for others he should take all the ordinary and extraordinary risks involved and the risk he thus at the moment assumes will ultimately be assumed as it ought to be by the general public Only In this way can the shock of the accident lc diffused instead 61 falling upon time man or woman least able to boar it as Is now the case Time community at large should share the burdens as well as the benefits of Industry By the proposed law employers would gain a desirable cer tainty of obligation hind get rid of litigation to determi it while time workman and his fflmily would be Withrollsuch a policy would come Increased care and accidents would be reduced In number The national laws providing for employers liability on railroads engaged in Interstate corn coerce and for safety appliances as hoursZanypermitted to work should all he strengthened wherever in actual weaknesstheybooks in thoroughgoing form That kind of talk has the right ring and shows that the chief of the nation has time welfare of the work ingmvin at heart On the eight hour tiny saysTho consider the extension of the eight hour law The constitutionality of the present law has recently been called into ques tion and the Supreme Court has de cided that the existing legislation in unquestionably within the powers of Congress The principle of the eight hour day should as rapidly and as far an practicable be extended to the entire work carried on by the Gov ernment nnd the present law should be amended to embrace contracts on those public works which the present wording of the act has been con strued to exclude The general intro duction of the eighthour day should bo the goal toward which we should steadily tend and the Government should set the example in this respectAnd read this and bear it in mind Modern industrial conditions are such ihat combination +iia not only necessary but inevitable It is so in the world of business just as it is so in the world of labor and it is as idle to desire to put an end to all corporations to all big combinations of capital as to desire to put an end Corporation mnnagedIsThis is what workingmen have contended all along and the fact that President Roosevelt indorses the right of workingmen as well as victoryfor MIND IS BLANK Popular RIck Quinn Has Been Declared a Lunatic Richard Quinn familiarly known ni Rick was adjudged Insance In the Jefferson Circuit Court on Tuesday and a committee was appointed to administer upon his estate He hal been In ill health for more than a year past and his physical condition is believed to be responsible for his ncntal breakdown The physicians who have examined him holdout little hope for his recovery to his friends and relatives Many Poor people have been be friended toy Rick Quinn and they will doubtless miss him much during the coming winter It has often been said that he gave away more in char ity livingMrmore than fifty years ago and came to Louisville about the time he was emploon the old Sixth street car line lIe t tgahlin a few years embarked in time saloon business for himself at Seventh and Oak streets His kind ness of heart and genial manner won begantopolitics Although lu was never a candidate for any office he never failed to espouse the cause of his friends and more than one man owes his political success to the backing- of Rick Quinn Ills estate consists of several pieces of property ana hrs Interest in the saloon Ills aged mother and one sister are living in Ireland while mother sister has been his house keeper for several years The news ot his mental affliction has been a sad blow to his numerous acquaintances FIRST MASS Rev Father Schneider Will Celebrate at St An thonys Church Time people of St Anthonys con gregation will turn out in large numbers tomorrow morning at 10 clock to assist nt the first mass to GeorgeSchneiderborn mind raised in St Anthonys congregation and later entered St Meinrnds College where he completed his studies lIe was ordained there last Wednesday Father Schneider is a secular priest and after a brief rest here will go to time diocese of Wichita Kits to be priestlsrwentycesond anti Jefferson streets and is twentyseven years old Ills assistant priest at Ills first RudolphBauerat St Mcinrads Father Bona venture will be deacon of the mass and Father Paul subdeacon Father Serafin will be master of ceremonies bythechurch will bo appropriately dec orated for the occlusion and will no doubt be crowded toy the friends ot the young Levite CORNER STONE St Louis Knights ot Columbus Are To Have a New Home His Grace Archbishop Glcnnon presided nt the laying of the corner stone of the new hall that is being erected by the St Louis Knights of Columbus The exercises were held last Sunday and were attended by the national officers of the order After the ceremony attending the laying of the corner stone addresses were delivered by Archbishop Glen non Supreme Knight Edward Yearn and Supreme Secretary Daniel Col wellThe various councils of the order In St Louis formed a building com puny to put through the erection ot this new halt and the work Is to be pushed as rapidly as possible The site is almost in the center of the city and is convenient to members of all the councils It will have a front age of 100 feet and will be four stories high A male choir of 100 Knights furnished tho music during the exercises last Sunday In Ms address Arch Knightsforplimented them for their able and ever ready assistance to the clergy WELts ATTENDED Great crowds thronged the Cathe deal of the Assumption during the Forty Hours devotion which began at the late mass Sunday and closed at the 0 oclock mass Tuesday morn IngNever in the History of the congregation was the devotion so well attended Not only were the people of the pariah devout in their attendance but the faithful from all parts of ihe city made dally visits to the church t I A ELEVATION Is Probably In Store For the Republican Governor of Kentucky Friends Hope to See Him on the Supreme Bench at Early Date Reasons Urged Why They Are Not Making Mistakes in Premises MEATS HONOR AND DIGHIH Gus Willson for the Supreme bench Is the slogan of the friends of Kentuckys Governorelect Why not Whats to prevent It they inquire They reason well too Gor Will son was a former law partner of gracedtheStates the most august judicial body In the world for more than thirty years Judge Harlan is seventyeight years old Not too old to work he says but there Is an impression that he will retire when he is assured that the man of his choice will be appointed to succeed him Where and how and under what circumstances could ho find a worthier successor than Augustus E Willson Trained in the law under his own tutelage following his pre cepts as to personal conduct Wlllson is the man above all others that Justice JIarlan would choose as his successor and irrespective of politics a mantle never fell on worthier shoulders Time Kentuckians a society of sojourningInat the Hotel Plaza there on December 23 in honor of Justice Unrlan This organization is made up of the most distinguished sons of theii State who have sought larger metropolisMenLindsay and James Lane Allen are promisestogastronomical treat To cap the climax would it not be nice for Justice Harlan to announce his retirement and the fact that President KentuckysGovernor his stead l Stranger things havo lappened Surely none could object to the elevation of Gov Willson A man of integrity lie lias been ele vated to the highest office in the State by popular vote Not only was he elected by a majority of more than 18000 but his election caused a slump of 41000 in the opposition party Time elevation of Coy Willson would mean much to Kentucky Our dignityinbetn one of the most astute Judge on the bench of the Supreme Court Why then should he not bo allowed the privilege of suggesting ids suc cessor Tills is the way that Gov Willsons friends argue and they argue well Moreover it must be taken into consideration that Gov Willson although comfortably well fixed is not a rich man as the world goes Four years in the Gubernatorial chair means a loss of four years in his practice Elevation to the Supreme Bench of the United States means years of dignity and a salary commensurate with hits tastes Even though his wishes were not consulted promltionMr Willson went to Washington shortly after his election and was wined and dined leave out the wine please he does not drink by the celebrities o the nations capital Jn eluding President Roosevelt and Ju ice Harlan He had no favors to ask When the President asked him to put his finger Into the distribution saidITakeadmires a man that attends to his own business and Mr Willson8 refusal to take part in the distribu tion of Federal patronage in thf State made a hit with him All Ilj all his chances for elevation to time Supreme Bench are about the best that ever happened QUARTERLY MEETING Tomorrow will be the regu quarterly communion day for men be Hof the St Vincent de Pam Society Each conference will r ceive communion in Its own cure The regular quarterly meeting w be held at St Francis huh in tl basement of the Cathearal at oclock tomorrow afternoon Thi Very Rev Father James P Crpnir will deliver the principal address A full attendance of members is desired both at the monthly communion and at the general meeting in the afternoon KNIGHTS ADMIT PUBLIC i Rev William OBrien Pardow the noted Jesuit priest of New York City end one of the greatest pulpit orators in this country will visit Lowell Mass next Wednesday as the guest of Lowell Council K of C It was at first intended to have him address time members of the order exclusively but there were so many requests from people not member of the Knights of Columbus aiJ many of whom are not of the Ca ollc faith that it has been decided i admit the general jjubllc to A lecture J i E wrww- r n r TiNTUCKY L1 SH AMERIOAN a KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflN voted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans ENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO incorporated Publishers 5cStJ135CRIPTIONEntered at the Loulivllle Poitofflee o Second Class Hatter Address ill Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 Wet Qree St TOOISVIILE KY SATURDAY DECEMBER 7 1907 HEPUI1L1CAX SQUAIMHiE Senatr Foraker has boldly an nounceithat he Is a candidate for the Republican nomination for the Presidency of the United States in 1908 This gives Ohio two aspirants for that high honor Secretary Taft and Senator Foraker Both men have their adherents both are morn or less known to fame If Senator Foraker will only re main a candidate the people will not find fault with him He would be more appreciated as a candidate for the nomination than he would as the nominee of the Republican party He has nothing In his makeup that would recommend him as Presiden tial timber Long ago he was dubbed Fireeater Foraker and the name suits him Ho Is a politician by pro fession and seeks cheap notoriety by opposing the able statesmen at the head of the Government Less than a year ago Foraker drew attention to himself by espousing the cause of the negro soldiers who ran riot In Texas The regiment was promptly disbanded by President Roosevelt The relegation of thesa negro soldiers was a signal for For aker to vent his spleen not only against the President but against every man and woman In tho South His nomination would be an Insult to the South and the Republican leaders are too subtle to make a mis take of that kind At present Secretary Taft seems to have the backing of the nation but If he were to go Into the national convention tomorrow he would enter without the backing of his State I True enough he has followers In Ohio but so has Foraker Taft ac quitted himself admirably as Governor of the Philippines and Is doing equally as well as Secretay of War President Roosevelt has managed It so that the eyes of the whole world as well as the American nation are von Taft His tour through the West his stop at Honolulu his visits to Japan and China and his present so journ in Russia all draw attention to the ponderous Secretary of War By the way did It ever occur to you that In his trip around the world Secretary Taft found no time to visit the most Influential monarch on earth Plus X Tsi An the dowager Empress of China the Mikado of Japan and the weakkneed Czar of lussia seem to make up for the loss ow ever While Foraker and Tpft are fight Ing it out In their own State there Is another factor looming up It Is none else than Gov Hughes of New York Able intellgent energetic and firm the Governor of the Empire State bids fair to knock time persimmon unless true warring Ohioans get together 1t is true that the views of Gov Hughes and President Roosevelt are at vari ance along certain lines but unless all signs fall the New York Governor will go to the next Republican con vention backed by a solid delegation from his State It is a Republican fightlet The party amuse Itself CALEB POWERS The fourth trial of Caleb Powers Indicted for complicity in the murder of Gov Gobel Is now inhrdlu hrd Georgetown Ky Much sympathy Bits been wasted on Powers by people who wear their emotions on their slefves Eastern magazines have written and rewritten treatises La bQut Caleb Powers his long impris onment aml the alleged mistrials of liter case Tho majority of these articles were written by men who lIad never been within JOOO miles of Kentucky Others were written ay lien sent to this State on short hotice They gleaned what informa Jon they could overnight and then ed back to Boton New York or Jilladelphia Rend the Associated Press dls patches as published in the papers while the present trial is in progress id hen form your own conclusions Even tho Associated Press does not tell all it knows about Powers be cause all his career is not being aired at present Those who know Powers who have followed his career in prison and his public career know that he considers himself a Don Juan Ills letters to various women prove that The ordinary visit to Caleb Powers night leave with the impression that he in a political martyr Those who know him better iwho have been unfortunately thrown into associa tion with him wonder if he ever knew a decent woman That sund- sttdib1 tt b the truth jow rjj hiss been in jell RUte- geof complicity in the murder v Goftbrt seven year Iu4that fI accumulated 140000 1 much more than he would have made either us Secretary of State or by the practice of law It is easy money for Caleb andhe does not care how many trials he has how much it costs the State nor how long he remains in jail- AMERICA AS EXAMPLE Recent cablegrams tell us that Cardinal Merry del Vall the Papal Secretary of State has addressed pastoral to the Catholics of Fruce in which he urges the faithful to innkc voluntary contributions to the church as Iis done in America Hitherto the church lu France has been supported by taxation or course the money came from the people but the present atheistic government even deprived the clergy of what was dm them To make no for this the French hierarchy undertook to find their support by impos ing n graduated per capita tax upon the laity Tills dIll not meet thc op proval of Ills holiness Pope Piiiis X hence the pastornl from the Papal Secretary The Cardinal points out the flourishing condition of the church I In the United States and urges the Bishops mill priests to follow the example of the American clergy The dully papers during the pres entI week have surfeited their readers with nil account of William Marshall llulllnVi trip to Washington and his visit to President Roosevelt One journal even sad the temerity to say that he was summoned thither by time Chief Executive Nothing of the kind It was just plain gall Em boldened toy his success in dominat ing Mayor Grinsteail Marshall named to tell the President how to run the country Mr Ilullltt came home and Theodore Roosevelt is still lrellidentiTomorrow will be the feast of the riniiuiciilate Conception of time Ulesscd Virgin time patronnl feast of the Catholic church in the United States While many doctors of the church had for centuries contended their belief in the Immaculate con ception it was not until 1854 that It was made a dogma of our faith Only fourteen killed and 131 In jured says the Chicago statistician who is keeping track of the football casualties Time game that kills and maIms Is not sport and the sooner it Is eliminated from college athletics the better will be tha colleges Blessed is the Democrat that ex pests nothing from the present city administration for lie shall not be disappointed FEDERATION III Will Hold Last Meeting of the Year Thursday Night The regular monthly meeting of the Federation of Catholic Societies will be held on Thursday December ClubWalnut ii andFourthIt is expected that the various committees appointed at the last meeting for special services will have readyto willbealldelegates II year a full attendance is requested firthe purpose of discussing plans and yearDuring I theFederationanything It lias undertaken and next year promises even better things I meetingsPresident williJlnveI i to make and the proceedings will j be very interesting IRISH DANCE MUSIC musiclIDsSuperln1endentof It is called The Dance Music of Ireland In its pages are to be found 3G5 double jigs fortyfive hop hornplpethIrty teen airs of a miscellaneous charac lbeautlfuUybound credit on the engravers as well as CaptONeill petuating the music of Ireland and some day when Ireland takes liar place among the nations of the earth monuments will be erected to this genial soul who has given hIs time his money and his love toward such a splendid cause JIBLIBP FOR CHOKING hiunedlatelywU1ge other gubtance down which can not bitheutmoe i SOGIETY i rwjMrs Ed Minor has as her guest Miss Lizzie Johnson of Lancaster Joe Kearns has returned home after a pleasant visit to friends at Lebanon Miss Bertha Ford of 319 M street has as her guest Miss Ruth Gale of Lebanon Junction Mrs Charles Cooney of Syracuse N Y Is visIMng her parents Mr and Mrs J B Wathen Mr and Mrs James R Hallinan who were married Thanksgiving day have begun housekeeping Garrett Foley of Pewee Valley has almost entirely recovered from his recent attack of pneumonia Mr and Mrs Henry Thleman of Oakdale have had as their guest Mrs M Thlemalloferdlnaml11I rMiss Haldlne Arnold Is hone from Springfield where she enjoyed a pleasant visit to Miss Emily Russell Miss Minnie Stuier one of Clifton popular belles is expected to return from a visitI to St Louis next week Mrs C H Ryan of Central City has returned home utter spending Huvcral days with relatives in this city Mrs JL 11 catch and daughter Miss Lillian have returned from a pleasant visit to friends at Elizabeth townMiss Nellie Beatrice Fltaglbbon has returned from Shelbyvllle where she was ibrhloKinuid ut the Kiilten bacher Hall wedding Paul Dry and wile have returned to Louisville after a pleasant visit to friends and relatives at Lebanon and other places In Marion county IDr IJ P Beutel linn returned from a hunting trip in Hardin county Hi reports plenty of good sp rt vit brought back a nice string of birds II Mr nail IrC M Hines of Portland entertained a number of frlcnds Thanksgiving day In honor of Mr and Mrs M Sexton and son Harry I Next Thursday Mrs Sidney A Fisher U720 West Main street will entertain Ithe Suprise 1 Euchre Club and a treat Is in store for the ladies who attend Miss Irene Niroiilin will be hostess 10 thetiood Will Social Club Thursday night when a euchre entertainment will be held at her home 2213 Griffiths avenue Mr und Mrs lien Webb have re turned from their bridal trip and nulltllacnlleDUlls Mayme Dutt I II1IIs Elizabeth Mulloy of New Al spendIng Misses Kavunaugh of Eighteenth and irayson streets Mrs P M dlanley and Miss Alice Hemingway who visited Mr und Mrs vlohn P Hunley ut Frankfort lust week Irave returned home munch I I tripI entertuin the Young Ladies Euchre Club at her home 2522 Griffiths avenue next i Tuesday Handsome prizes will be awarded the successful players I IrsI Fillmore Tyson wife of Chief Tyson left Sunday to join her hus I nightItheyannual ball of the Nashville Fire i Department J W Sweeney of 1003 Payne street has returned from Nelson county where lie spent several days hunting Mr Sweeney was disappointed at the scarcity of rabbits and quail I Mrs Mary T Barrett of 838 East daugllterLillIan theyiwJames 17 Hannan Mrs Thomas Hunlon wife of the countyIndianahome Ileasant View near New Albany her sister Mrs James B- Ryan of Indianapolis IJ 13 Hettlger and bride who was Miss Dora Gruber have returned ChIcagoI mornIng Miss Loraine Flannery entertained orIMrhome Twestyfif and Griffiths aye nue Miss Flannery proved a de lightful hostess Her home was tastefully decorated for the occasion and after an impromptu musicale a sumptous luncheon was served Albert Cheshire and bride have triptohome with tine brides parents Mr ValleyTheThey were married by the Rev Father Boes at the Cathonc church at Pewee Valley on Monday of last week Charles A Hunter and bride have returned from their bridal tour and are keeping house at 2110 Boiling formerlyMisspeople were married at St George church 11ev Father George Weiss Thanksgiving took strip to Richmond Va The marriage of Miss Clara B Devereauxwhith eveningofpleasing surprise to1 the friends tofi the oontiwetinff ptrtie Jtevr Father r Denis Murphy performed the rite which made them man and wife The bride was formerly a teacher in the public schools and Mr Devereaux olds a responsible position with the Louisville Cfruhville Railroad Company The attendants at the wed ding were James Thomas and John Moron The happy young couple have returned from their bridal tour through the South end are at home to their friends at 3519 Third avenue Pleasant indeed was the surprise occasioned when It was announced that Miss Sallie Mafia and Thomas Flnegun had been quietly married at St Williams church at 730 oclock last Saturday evening the Rev Father Denis Murphy officiating The attendants were Miss Mary Finegan a sister of the groom and Peter J OHnre The bride is the youngest daughter of Mrs Hannah Mafia of 1122 Zane street and a young lady of ninny accom plishments Tom Finegan Is a son of Michael Finegan one of Louis villes stalwart and veteran business men He Is night yard master for the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company and bids fair to go far higher In railroad circles Mr and Mrs Finegan are sjendlng their honeymoon in the South Mr and Mrs B T Campbell JiT entertained a number of their young friends at their elegant home 3403 West Broadway last Saturday after noon in honor of the fourteenth birthday of their son Bernard The little folks engaged In all manner of games and enjoyed themselves hugely Refreshments were served during the afternoon and tie guests voted thanks to the parents of their young host and wished him many happy returns of his birthday Among those present were little Misses Catherine Campbell Josephine Dceken Mary Elizabeth Campbell Bernardine Deeken Mary Campbell Mary Lee Pfeiffer Elizabeth Camp bell Susie Iuelileiii Maggie Camp bell Emma and Catherine Oossman Annie Deeken Louise FHie Olive Weiss and Masters John Campbell Charles Pfeiffer Philip Campbell John Deeken and Bernard Campbell CHOSE OFFICERS One Branch or Catholic IKnights and Ladies Held Elect o Brunch 1 Catholic lKnights and Ludlis of America met ut St Francis Hall in the basement of the Cathedral on Tuesday night and elected the following officers Spiritual Director Ilcv Dr George Scliuliinunn President Mrs Mary J Clines Vice President Mr Margaret CarneyRecording Secretary Miss Theresa KileyFinancial Mary1Veissemmberg Treasurer Miss Nellie V Kaiser SergeantatArmsr iMrs Annie Me NamaraSemitinelMrs Sarah Kunz Mrs Mary Weissenoerg was also elected delegate to the national convention which will meet at Knit sas City lIe t tiny Branch 3 has had a very successful year and the members are enthusiastic over the prospects for the ensuing twelvemonths This particular branch was founded by the late Gran W Smith who was likewise the founder of the entire order- RETREAT FOR LADIES A retreat in honor of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin is in progress at St Louis Bertrands church Time exercises fare in the main for the spiritual benefit of the Young Ladies Sodality but all the ladles of the parish were Invited to assist and ninny took advantage of the occasion The retreat began Wednesday evening with time recitation of the Rosary a brief in struction and benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament Those as slating at the retreat attended moss at 0 oclock Thursday Friday and Saturday mornings The devotions will be brought to a close at the 730 oclock mass tomorrow when the sodality and others assisting will approach holy communion I NOVENAITime members of St Johns congregation have been attending In large nunibers a novena in honor of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin The exercises began on Friday evening of lost week and nightFatherpastordelivered ercise The novena will close during the vesper service at 3 oclock to morrow afternoon GRAND REUNION Very Rev Father ogan O P and Attorney Thomas Walsh will address a reunion of the members of St Augustines Conference of the St Vincent de Paul Society at Lebanon on Sunday December 13 Both speakers ore thoroughly in accord with the spirit of the society and their addresses will give new life to the conference which has done such good work in Lebanon SUPREME OFFICERS MEET SupremeTrellSurer and Ladies of America will go to Chicago early in January to attend the quarterly meeting of the Su preme officers Reports will show urlngthobooks will indicate a comfortable theledgerFATHER BRADY ILL Rev Father A J Brady pastor of St Cecilias church and one of the most popular priests in time diocese submitted to a serious operation at St Josephs Infirmary early this week Ills parishioners and friends will be pleased to learn that he rallied from time operation and will soon be able to resume his pastorate at St Cecilias Ifkept constantly wet with dllllJl8dinaplritcottur ehlaeti Q AILING ONES Policemen and Firemen Who Are On the Sick List Quite a number of the police and firemen arc on the sick list Sergt Roger McDermott who was injured in a collision at Fourth and Broadway during the recent street car strike Is slowly recovering at his home HOC West Oa street Corp Larry Dundon is 111 of typhoid fever at St Anthonys Hos pital His condition is not serious and his friends hope for his speedy recovery Cant Harry DundRchu who was In jured at the Pilcher fire is not yet able to resume his duties in the de partmentSergt 1at Tully is recovering from an attack of malaria and Mtomach trouble iHe expects to be out in the near future Lieut Dalton has about recovered from his recent attack of kidney trouble Although he suffered severely he remained on duty all during tho street car strike DEATHS SUMMONS Respected Business Man Sue cumbed to Complication of Diseases Henry J morile one of Louisvilles veteran business men died of a com plication of diseases at his home 1143 East Broadway last Monday night lie had been ill for several months and his death was not unexpected Mr Imorde was borne in ILanovcr Germany sixty years ago and came to IouIsville with his par ents when a child Early In life he and his brother engaged in the gro OnnsbyStrict grocersInagoHe wife who was Miss Kate Adelberg two sons John and Edward Imorde and five slaughters Misses Elizabeth Blanche Mamie and Flora mode and Mrs John Stark Mr Imorde was a strict Catholic and belonged to several German Catholic societies Ills funeral took place from St Martins church Thursday morning and a large con course of friends followed the re mains to their last resting place in St Michaels cemetery ACCIDENT TO DRUGGIST Dr John druggist fell from a moving street car in front of his home 1337 Story avenue Wednesday evening nnd sustained severe In juries to his hands He will be in capacitated for work for several days YOUNG SODALISTS youngladiessodality at St Leos church highland Park llev Father Fitzgerald will officiate as chaplain of the sodality and the sermon will be preached by one of the Passionist fathers CONVALESCENT Dr John T Chawk the popular veterinarian who has been suffering from congestive chills and threatened pneumonia during the past ten days is now convalescent at his homo 1141 Sixth street Dr Chawk caught cold while in the perform cube of his professional duties BEGIN EARLY Tomorrow afternoon at 2 oclock filinrp there will be a meeting of the representatives of oil the dlvls f lUberfButtler State President of the I order The object is to make prep arations for the fitting celebration of St Patricks day- HOLLORAN IS CHOSEN T IF Holloran an employe of the lUg Four railroad has been elected President of the local branch of time Brotherhood of Raihvay Trainmen C D lion to an employe of the Illi nois Central railroad was elected Vice President The members expect great things of the organization under President Hollorans regime CAPT OASSIN HURT Capt Mike Cassia of the No 15 Engine Company sustained painful injuries while fighting a fire at the Immanual Baptist church at Clay and Oak streets last Sunday morn Ing Capt Cassln continued to dl r exrseriously hurt and is back at his post SUFFERS FROM RHEUMATISM Rev Father William H Dunn 0 P Is suffering front a severe attack of rheumatism at St Louis Bertrands Convent Ho was to have conducted time retreat for the Young Ladles Sodality but was compelled to cause his labors after the mass Thursday morning Father Dunn is an able pul pit orator and his speedy restoration to perfect health is anxiouslywIshed for AT ST PATRICKS St Patricks church Thirteenth and Market streets will b6 the scene of great Catholic fervor during the next three days The beautiful de votion of tho forty hours adoration of tho Blessed Sacrament will begin at the late mass tomorrow and will conclude Tuesday morning The church will be tastefully decorated for the occasion PARLIAMENTS REOPENING It is officially announced that the Company and bids fair to go far British Parliament will reopen on January 29 Tills date which Is earlier than usual Is selected because It is the Governments present inten tion to adjourn the session in July and to reassemble later to conclude the session Thus far there has been no intimation of legislation that wih benefit Ifetonfl jJ STEWART DRY GOODS COBusiness Established Sixty Year jEf goE LEATHER GOODS Main Floor HANDSOME HOLIDAY LINE OF WOMENS LEATHER GOODS MODERATELY PRICED Extra special in Leather Hand Bags with inside purse daintily lined and indeed makes a very attractive Christmas gift Regular 125 value Specially priced at 98c Special holiday line of Novelty Envelope Purses Prices 250 to 500 Alligator Bags in many different shapes and styles Prices 400 to 1800 Mourning Purses in many entirely new ideas Prices 50c to 500 Leather Belts in all shades of leathers and fancy buckle effects Prices 50c to 500 SHOES Fourth Floor CHRISTMAS SHOPPING IN OUR SHOE DEPARTMEFT HOLIDAY SUGGESTIONS IN SLIPPERS FOR EVERY OCCASION FOR MEN AND WOMEN FOR THE LADIES Bath Slippers of Turkish toweling solid colors alsoAcombinations to match the robe 100 a pair Boudoir Slippers of red tan and black kid silk pom pons turn soles 100 a pairICrochet Slippers assorted solid colors likewise combination colors 100 a pair Comfy SlippersThe new kind with elevated heel and a decided advantage brown red gray 150 a pair- Lounging SlippersA very handsome form of Felt Slipper entirely new and will make an appreciative gift very rich in color selection 200 a pair Slipper OrnamentsImported and domestic designs genuine stones cut steel and leather adornments A buckles slides and pompons Prices 50c to 1200 a pair FOR THE MEN 4 Bath Slippers of Turkish toweling colors to match the robe 125 a pair House Slippers of kid leathers handturn solesichoice of popular leathers 150 a pair Library Slippers in every wanted patterns all colors of leather handturned soles 200 a pair Smokingroom Slippers silk side gore Romeo pattern tan and black kid 250 a pair Tourist Slippers entirely new can be folded and placed in grip or satchel 200 a pair STEWART DRY GOODS GO Iii CONNECTION WITH Wits feCREElY 4 CO NEW YMCT INCORPORATED tC1ULEYSMonday Tuesday and Wednesday even tugs and Wednesday matinee THE PRINCE OF PILSEN HOPKINSThe Ideal Family Ihiatre HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE 2SHOWS DAILY2 Ladles Souvenir Matinee Tuesday Amateur Night Friday Childrens toy Matinee SaturdayA- LL SEATS RESERVED Mallnt 10 15 25c Night 10 20 30c C THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones lOBO All orders receive prompt attention an satisfaction eaur nteed IA tho now Pall Styles and shapes can bo found hero at reasonable prices CONSISTORY POSTPONED His Holiness Pope Pius X has ex pressed a desire for tho postpone ment of the next consistory until January It was to have taken place about the middle of the pres ent month When it is held it is expected that the Pope win name several new fardlnalrf It is said that they will all be Italians IRKSOME HONORS James R Higgins Gpvernor of I Rhode Island has announced that at the expiration of the present term he will retire from public life Gov Higgins served one term with such credit that he was reelected but he finds that there are pins even nrthe Gubernatorial chair Now he le tired of it and wants a well deserved real EAT NICKSBREAD t BECAUSE ITS BEST Save the labels Come and see our store 2500 to 2506 Griffiths Ave Nick Warisse Baking Co INCORPORATED FOR FurnitureOf Iat the lowest prices rs Qo to WMF MAYER 419 W MARKET STREET Office Hours Hone Phone 9 to 4 612- 7DR JJaJaFRANIf 1 SULLIVAN DENTIST 739 FOURTH AVENUE tlENRYHUNOLD DEALER IN lapli and Fancy Grocsriisr A FIRSTCUBS SAMPLE ROM 1Old1 hi Pbaae 43s 540 w VTv trr pI1- r 7 + 7 R r- w s asPiTiSCI Y KRI8H IEJttOff + 1 BE SURE TO CALL FORII I McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE Li IEL McKenna Distiller Fairfield Hy rIr cAIr N1 BANNON tllru A Mpr Ht P BANNONJB VlctPrti f itL J B BANNOH Kentucky Vitrified Brick Co IINCORPORAT2DJ 1Iarau4taoturorr ofrVITRIFIED PAVING FOR STREETS AND ROAbWAYS Y Officeb08 iIZ Wt JetfersM St WwkjJl iKlja Ale Bjt ihiiiilOth TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE 1252 + ++++ 41++++ w + + + + +++ liran W Smiths Son AL A1IT1I Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages FurnUhe4 1r All OtUalon on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON TELEPHONE 810 t t t t t t t t t t h e tnt DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT f Funeral Directorsr and Embalmers t Both Phones 299CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS + All Calls Anea trod Promptly Day or Night + 1231 WEST MARKET STREET + + + a + + + 4 +++ ++1+++++++ +++++Ii+ + 4 +++ t tt- + HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 eje J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMER- SFastS3S Iain Street I i B TRACYtH BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUBr FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS STREETSbort THOMAS KEE ANT I Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 Alt calls promptly attended to day or night a Carriage furnished for all occasion 1225 W MARKET ST PRIVATE HOSPITAL t F8R THE CARE OF INSANE AND CPATIEfl1S The Sisters+ of Mercy of JefifersonvJlle hospitalforepileptic patients Both male and femal patients are admitted Rates very rean u oaable For further particulars apply o MOTHhR MARY REGINA HERCY HOSPITAL SMriti Aveaae Jeffersetivlll lad Sire TMrbeys M edacajlwi ttntirlU prepare tber fr tile STV XAVIERS fcQLLEGE 1 1 i2fw Broadway tMtariU Kjr p4iaetidyy nile XanrWo Brothircsuilea1 r i rjeiDto11IMIIt SecretaryR JI Treasurer BRICK STREET t t STRAUB EIILEiT PEiEN M INDRIOT SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repilrhtg alit RiUirTIns 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET HENRY AAIJIJ1 POLS DYER AND CLEANER Ladies and Gents Wearing Aprel WORK 6UARANTE- EDotD4 111 521 Fifth Street Old and Rare WhUJdes a Specialty BLUEGRAS8 EXCHANGEf LOUISWA MITZCDf Pr Nllks FTHSTRESTu j o 5 HIBERNIANS Wh r They Hnye Been Doing the Past Weekdeneral- Newa Notes Without Monday nights initiation thcro would be nothing doing this weekThe division in Jeff rsontille is doing some earnest work and when the annual reports are made will make a splendid showing Many attended the rand ball and card party given on Monday nlght by Division 5 in Denser where there IRan awakening of Interest In the order Division I of Duluth will confer the degrees on a large class next month n t n mcetiiig that will bo made of more intpVekt than any held tills year Great preparation isI being mud by Division 3 of Syracuse for its an nual Now Years eve ball the Irish roiTal event of the winter in the Salt City New Albany Hibernians are to noon begin arrangements for a trip to the national convention They have a strong division and expect td muke as big a turnout as any outside of IndianapolisDivision of Syracuse will enter ttain the State and county officers and receive a visit from the new Hibernian band on December 10 the occasion being the celebration of its fifth amiivcrsnrv fitnteIrIIdwho is making a tour of the State wag tendered n great reception by till auxiliary at Sptikn1e when slut visited that city Divtsim 3 and tin Ladies Auxiliary of Minneapolis Inaugurated its winter series of monthly complimentary entertainments last week with a largely attended and enjoyable card and dancing party Division 2 will meet Friday night and receive more applications Sot for years was the division In such good shape as at present unit from expressions heard every officer will be given another term The m otng called for last undiiy to devise plans for the observance of St 1utrioks day was not well at tended and therefore action was de ferred till all the memberM of the committee can be present Not ft week passes in St Iaul without an eirtertainment by one iff the divisions or auxiliaries They con tribute largely to the popubtrityof the order and at thee same tlnirt ride means for extended work Wednesday night rbe Ladles Auxiliary liieets nt Seventeenth and Main Every member who can should be present as the business will be Important All art interested in the election of officers for next year as this organization Is expected to make a big showing at the State anti na tional conventions Division 3 meets Thursday night and President Coleuwn urges every member to be present Tills division has made the greatest gain of anIthis year and Ihrrefore there itil sentiment that the present officers should be retained There will be Business to transact that will be of interest to all members A magnificent Irish emblem a work of nrt having been made in Ireland of tin finest silk and em uroidered with figures of gold will he awarded the auxiliary bringing in the most moinbers before till first of the year Mrs Mary Cuminings of Seattle hUH Been exhibiting the Lmblcm on her official visit tn the various Washington anxi1ii Ties UKCKNT DKATI1S The funeral11oC Mrs NVJlie Fleming whose death resulted from nsthmn and heart trouble took place Sunday morning from St Francis XnvicrB church llcv Father Hill officiating at the solemn services Mrs Firming is survived by lice daughter Mrs Herman Tobe with whom site made her home nt OUT Davis avenue Mrs Mary Vogel the aged mother of lEdward and Charles Vogel and for many years a member of St Patricks congregation dill suddenly Tuesday morning at Ii r home IJ25 Crop street after a lingering illness of asthma Mrs Vogel was sitting in a rocking chair taking light nour ishment attended bya member of the family who left the room for a few moments and returned to find her reclining in her chair as though asleep The sops who live in Ohio and Missouri were notified of tJp death of their mother The funeral took place from St Patricks churcn Mrs Mnry McCftfferty aged sixty five and long a respected resident of this city departed this life on Sunday at her home 2114 Duncan street death being caused by Infirmities incident to her advanced years Sh- ewasthe widow of the lato Tohn Me 3afferty anti is survived by ono laughter Mrs Richard Donahue Funeral services were held Tuesday morning at St Cecilias church with n solemn mass of requiem for the repose of her soul Until her health began to fail she was active and always ready to assist in relieving the distress of those who wore sick or in need CATHOLIC KN IGIITS At the semiannual meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Catholic Knights of America this month 75000 worth of county and municipal bonds were purchased and added to the Widows and Orphans Benefit Fund This makes the assets of the order figure close to one million dollars From various sections of the country there were reports that new branches were being organized and that the order was again increasing its numbers J LULLED UNDER ENGINE Sudden and Shocking death came to Charles V Hannephin at Tenth and Kentucky streets last Sunday morning For years the deceased bad been a popular employe of the railroad plumbing department and WM returning fcoine when a south bound switch engine tab him down msverinfr both lega from Ute body Yard officiate declare tPe1la1- f rlU endeavoring 4 SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O U- DIVIS0I 1 Meets oln the Second and Fourth Friday Evenings of Each Mouth President Thomas D Cline Vice President James J Kilkelly Recording Secretary Thttmas Keenan Jr CpntckConrthottse CourthoUseII DIVISION 2 eets 1rhI3JjEvenIngs l President Con J Ford 1Treis1 Recording Secretary Joseph T I yncti i I r Financial Secretary John T Kena eyID1VISON 3 Meets on the First and Third Thurs i day evenings at Each Month Northeast corner of Seventeenth anil aln- PresidentJames Coleman Vice President Jhll Cavnnaugh oTorrlslPinaneial1714 laird street Treasurer Daalel J Dougherty Sergenntatanns1homK Noon DIVISION 1 Meets second and fourth Mondays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Walnut President Joseph P McGinn Vice President Stephen J McEl Ilott PRecordingBurke lFinancial Secretary W J Con nellv 1700 Seventh street I TreasurerJoseldt L Ucnihan SelgenntatArmsRobert Mitchell Sentinel WlHam Ansbro DIVISION 1 IEFFEUSONV1LLH MISTH on IhcIoIIH1I1nd Jhlr Tiewlav at Plans flail County President Louis Conntan sineIreshlentJohn Kennedy Vice President B Coyle Uccotaing Secret rl OUern Financial SecretaryrJ 1K Murphy TreASl1lerlIebaellln B Marshall Mf Oarrlty Banner BearerT O Cole I a Y I1S I MACIUN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Bveni gs at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street President Ben J and First Vice Prwldeiil John T Ken neySecond Vice President Frank Lan allan I Recording Secretary Ben Reed Financial Secretary Frank G Adams 2141 Rowan street Correspond ing Secretary Joseph J HancockTreasurerDaniel W Weber llTnhn Humphrey Inside Sentinel Adolphnb Andriot Outside SentinelKl irge Bartsch iI board the jillot of the engine when he jOipjHd and fell under the front trucks The Coroner was notified funnilyhomehis aired father James Hauiieplilu tile slater Mrs George Muss and three brothers Clarence Stephen and Tames Hannephln I lr survive him The funeral took place Tuesday norning front St Louis Bcrtrands hurch with a solemn mass of requiem sad the edifice was thronged with mourning relatives and friends and fcllowrworkers from the L N nhops Felt 1IOL1DAVS- i During thin holiday season extra ef fort will he made to please patrons of the Catholic Womans Club and therefore tho following well known I ladles will servo with Mrs Smith Chairman of the ChnlleHII mittee during the month of Do iicmberi Mondays Mrs Julia Mall MUss Stella OConnor Mrs Mutt ODoherJy and Miss late Burns Tuesdays Miss Mario Mcrrimei Miss Nellie Ward and Miss Ifosii QuinnWednesdaysMrs I Charles Sautor Mrs John D fleck Mrs William Meuhan Mrs Stoy and Miss Bessie Fontana Tliursdaya Mrs Schuck Miss Kate Collins anti Miss Laura Davis FridaysMrs Minnie medic Mrs O E Nefhcrland anti Mrs John Ti ravesSaturdaysMrs Mary Canty Mrs Kate Newman Miss Maggie Wallace I Miss Laura Davis and Miss Rosa Quinn AVKDDINn IlI bLS Friends of the contracting parties filled St Williams church Wednes day evening when Rev Father Denis Murphy pronounced the words which made Miss Eugenia Cunningham and Thomas D Hcrrlg man and wife The attendants were Mss Mattie Gulre and Martin Carey MCI Gertrude Simpson presided at organ and while this nuptial rite was being performed Miss Carmel Mahoney rendered a violin solo in exquisite style After the ceremony i the happy couple held a reception at the homo of the bride 2817 West I Kentucky street and then left for a three weeks tpur of the South The bride is the only daughter of Mrs Annie Nevin Cunningham and has been much admired in Catholic society circles Mr Herrig is well known in local railroad circles MAKES ALL LAUGH The following is a sample of the Catholic news tho CouriorJournal furnishes its rcndersliSt Louis Bertram catholic church will hold a Thanksgiving service at 8 a m Thursday This is tho first time in this city a Catholic church recognized Thanksgiving day Nothing could be farther from the truth as anyCatholicthose wild read Jt were all made to laugh THIS IS EASY Put A f w drops jjf eastor oil on mftohlBB bftida tars fart for a few minute wwi they will heed ono eut tiny I 00 I I 1 IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The antihunting Campaign is spreading the nVeet of Clio Kings County Hounds at Birr having been abandoned The expected eviction of Michael Barrett from his house in Athonry did not take place the Town Tenants Association aiding him in the settle ment Tho body of Thomas McDonnell missingCorBoyne river near thud Drogheda steamship wharf Terenco Mooney of Tuliyvnllen wits returned to the Armagh quarter sessions for trial for alleged assault upon Patrick Green a bailiff and the resciAj of a horse he hud seized Twentyseven men from Athenry and district are shortly to stand their trial In Dublin for alleged cattle Irking and n total of sixty eight from last Oulway Riding will be indicted ali+mc charge PrivyCouncilI winter assizes heltat Belfast Munster winter assizes held at Cork Leinster winter assizes at Wlcklow and Connaught wlntkir assizes at LimerickThe exhibition which has attracted much attention in Dublin will be sent to Duiulalk to ward the end of January when it Is hoped to show how the scourge ofi consumption tray be stayed and this national evil swept out of existence The Dumlalk show resulted very satisfactorily to Its promoters The Executive Committee was able to show a creditable balance notwith standing the heavy expenses incident on the foundation of tlito show as sets which would stand good for future JenrsIOwen McGee and Patrick Imam two of Dundalks most inspected but unassuming residents are dead after sUferiirg u long lllnww Both were prominent in every movement that appealed to thw spirit of na tionality and the keenest sorrow is felt over their demise Within two days Alice Mulligan and Thomas Mulligan her husbaiHl passed away at Dundalk leaving u largo family For sears Mr Mulligan carried on the manufacture of rope mid was in thu market disposing or his goods just before the death of Ills wife which so deeply affected him that he could not attend till funeral Itcv Jolts Shelly whose death oc curred this month at Capnamoro was known not only as a zealous priest but as an ardent patriot His great charity to the poor shorn out especially In Tlpporary during the listless prevailing in 18TOSO Father Shelly also fought for the evicted wererestoredCounty Clare is in a disturbed tate owing to local grass laud disputes i and n largo number of extra police have been linporfe into the district While patrolling the village SergeantWalwood was shot while passing OBriens liublie house Six men are under beinghappentedThe dedication of the new parish church at Tomplcinoro was performed on Sunday by Ills Grace the Arch bishop of Cashcl assisted by Bishop IKelly and Bishop Fogarty and a large number of clergy The town was un en fete in honor pf tliecvint displayedfrom tinybandsCttstlelnry paraded the streets Ill litlItlCAT The bill at the Mary Anderson for Huxt week Iis made up of tint best available vaudeville talent and lu eludes several features that have been secured exclusively for this cireUit1 Moving pictures are now seen with entirely new tendl original films Tho Masonic Theater attraction for next week will bo thatt most popular of all scenic extravaganza Superba for which scats are now stalling According to all reports the production this year is better than liver Suporba needs no press com ment always being greeted lucre by packed houses I Tho premier bill of tutu season IIs offered at Macaulcys next week Nat Goodwin copies for Monday and Tuesday in his greatest success In Mazzouri For Wednesday rand Thursday and matinee the big musical lilt Fortyifivo Minutes from Broadway with a strong company will bo the offering and for the last two nights and Saturday matinee is reserved tho host of all the big hit of recent years Tho Ham Tree An excellent vaudeville bill offare Is generally offered by the Great Orpheum Show which plays its annual engagement at the Hopkins next week Edward Connolly and Adoslonendtton heads the big company this season Coram the great English ventriloquist who scored such a tremendous lIlt in huts tirst appearance lucre last year Is one of the other extraordinary big attractions with a show that is conspicuous for Its many brilliant American and European features The same scale of low prices will prevail for this bill as has been In effect tit the Hop kins all season DOES OAUPENTEll WORK Georgo Endress well known in Hi bernian circles and a firstclass car penter has gone into business for himself and wants hits friends to know that they can find him at 040 West Market street Mr Endrcsq has had much experience and is prepared to do all kinds of carpen Ialtyotjobfwaitara repairing Those who seed cornletentland FRANK FEURcOi Brewers and Bottlerst LOCIRVILIa ICY Cumb Phone Main 1913 THE Home Pbon1L9IJ WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and csfell Renowned for parity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINK Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer r llR WED 13r SENN ACKERMANr BI T1TVI G COMPANY IXOOKPOItATHD TELEPHONE 452 LOUISVJLLU1CY PABST BEER IALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hops never permitted to leave the brewery iatil properly aged TELEPHONE Ia o Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts 1 ASK FOR FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERHO- ME PHONE 766S CUMB PHONE WEST p JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery Si2 and 814 CLAY STREETjj Telephone 209 ASK FOR DIERSENSFINE DARI BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN FOERTEL COINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 140S Story Avenue GOTH PHONES 89i LOUISVILLE Ktf OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8 TO 6 4 TO 12 DONT YOU WANTG- ood Dental work done ltar the least money Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR H J COUCHMAN Dentist OFFICE 542 FIFTH STREET HEEEMANN BRO i IKPORntU FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Ken tacky Whiskiet especially PEARL OF NELSOP BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 948 234 Slit Stre i I Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Speolaliy QlBoebl7611 Stf CatberfM B6thPbon a LOUISVILLE KY I I l ii FORGET doesnIAAioNDhat been applied and your buildlnir be delayed Kentucky Wall Plasfi INca traMTJtD BOTHjPHONS 22 Brook and River Louis Also operating the Hoosier ter Plant Jefferson Y lie Ind J WINES UQUORS VAL3 SALOEPALL LKSTERPr Hot LttMh every atontin to 1S0 oclock e iui w aiiwi3 T w 0 ENJ OClr IK18H 1r 1 LKI ACot I BIG DOINGS AT THE BIG STORE Dont Miss Coming today Saturday K MENS SUITS OVERCOATS AND TOPPERS 750 10 117 15 20 and 25 RAIN COATS 10 12 15 and 20 IIITHE BIG STORE 424 5tl8elweeR MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO II Clearance Sale To Make Room 4 FOR BIG SHIPMENT OF SELECT HOLIDAY PIANOS Owing to the fact that we have placed a very largo order for HOLIDAY PIANOS I sand expect them in a very short time we now offer at an exceedingly low priceI for cash or easy payments if desired the following wellknown makes slightly used WILLARD Upright 165 KURTZMANN Upright 150 SCHUBERT Upright 195 170IELLINGTON Upright THEO GREEN Upright 145 The Largest Piano Stock in the South MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO e Incorporated aQHOAO FeeTl2TIX AVENUEq I 1fI unnn un THANKSGIVING DINNERw- ill be doubly enjoyable If your Coffee comes from llulloys Mulloya Teas and Coffees are the never varying standard of excellence and the popular favorites at alllleaso- nsSPEOIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR 5OC 5Cexcellent MULLOYCOFFEE g80C1J FREE FREE FREE I BEGINNING SEPT 2 10 A FlyerLI as long as they last will be given in each sack o- fEDINGERS EUREKA FLOUR Nona Batttr Made Except 10cent 15 cent and 6 lb sacks In addition to the premium tickets which are redeemable for valuable articles at our office Get a flyer for the children t S881t tet I Th6 Ghas fie Rocrs BOOk 6O 4 PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIEST- O SUIT EVERY TASTE Give va a cat and inspect onr line of goods They are the finest of their kind In toe city BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPT- IONQ434 TZV Jefferson Street QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES hasbeenbest gas r ngf io the market They cook quickly b ke txcellently and on account of their piicil air burners consume less gas than any other They are more easily cemed and are made to last The itIn1907ontract before the advance in prices of a11 1oq goods we are able to sell at old prices GEHER SON 27 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND 8 6 D00- e ARGrBST AND BEST I IN THE CITY ITED LAUNDRY CO lucorpoMtai I WORK A SPECIALTVr 1 GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED I prBOTH PHONES 1188493732 EPARD Pracidsat MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN JX SJKS i ert T Schranz Co REAL ESTATE J I IN ALL ITS BRANCHES I OAKLE J l uri focit I Ji n c00000 i 322 too 328West WestMarket i MarketStreet o sU 00 4 JSO5MARKET INCORPORATE FOUJUHI 1et I Wood ta New Goods Just Received Beautiful 11 Designs Lowly large shipment of woodtoburn has just been received Tho designs are distinctly and by far the most iattractive that we have ever had the pleasure of showing The outlines are clearly stamped thb wood pure white without flaws and the articles are made in a strong substantial manner These goods are on sale at prices welt worth investigating 3 12x8 Ovaland 5 12 inch Round Plaques price each and 7x8 12 Oval and 8 I6xlO Plaques price each 7x11 12 Oval and 9x12 Ob 10 long Plaques price each o 11 12 Round Plaques price each OJ7x9 12 Picture Frames price 00 X each 8x10 inch Picture Frames two kinds price each ieach 12x16 12 Oval PlaquesI pricei 13x19 Ovall PlaquesI price- each i 1 OO OO DEATH A SHOCK Timothy J GouldnA Expire Suddenly Saturday Morning Tho community was saddened b the report Of the sudden and unex pectcd death of Timothy J UoulUin a well known business man and respected resident of New Albany which occurred early Saturda morning at his home 705 West Market street For the past month the deceased had suffered from stomach trouble but was not con fined to his home and was able to beat his place of business FrIday Shortly after retiring Friday even ing Mr Goulding was stricken with I severe pains in his stomach and at 2 oclock in the morning he expired He was a native of New Albany fortyseven years old and unmarried Surviving him are his father Michael Goulding and sister Miss Margaret Goulding who resided with him and two brothers John and James Gould ing also of New Albany When a young man Mr Goulding engaged In the coal and contracting business and had always been successful ii his enterprises Prominent in every public movement he was a friend of the poor and deserving a generous employer and strictly honest in all his dealings and his death will prove a severe loss to the city Ir Gould ing was a devout member of holy Trinity church and the great out pouring of people that attended the solemn funeral obsequies Tuesday morning was a fitting tribute to the close of on honored career DELMONT OFFICERS Arranging to iKeep Open House New Years Day The Directors of the Delmont Club orIganlzation meeting at the club house Tuesday night and elected the following officers President William Jlcnler Vice President Herman Itoclir Financial SecretaryLeo P Kauf manCorresponding Secretary L W Borntraeger LangSergeantatArmsThomas T Dun lopThe reports of the retiring offi cers were very satisfactory and show the club has lost none of its prestige From now until December 22 turkeys will be offered as prizes for those rolling time highest scores in the open bowling contests to be held nightly The newly elected officers arc now perfecting arrange ments for their open hoase and re ception on New Years day when the club house is visited by hundreds from all parts of the city PASSIOXISTS SERMONS Tomorrow will be the first Sunday in Advent and the Fathers of the Passlonist Congregation at the Sacred Heart Retreat have prepared a serIes of sermons for each Sunday afternoon between now and Christ mas The sermons will begin at 330 oclock in the afternoon and the sub jects and the preachers will be as followsSunday December IliThe Church and Secret Societies by the Very Itev Henry Miller C P rector December 8the Church and Progress by the Rer Leo Harrigan C P December 15The Church and Socialism by the Rev Benedict Hanly C P- December 22Tho Church and the Apostolate of Laymen the Rev Charles Cassidy On each aftcrnopn a special musical programme will be rendered under the direction St Mrs Joseph Chase j KNIGHTS AND LADIES Branch 2 of the Catholic Knights and Ladles of America generally known as St Patricks branch and countrytheld The election of one new member and flUng of six applications aroused the greatest enthusiasm ps did also the encouraging reports from Miss Mary SherldaR the Sl1preme Tree urer and the addresMa prominent member of the order l C 5cl lOc 15cl 19c119c1 19c125cl 25cl35c1 OO 328West MarketStreet Burn Priced- A 5 12x7 inch Picture FramesII price each II 13xl9inch Ovall PlaquesI price each 1 each 18ihchi Round Plaques price II Fancy and Glove Boxes with extensioni top and bottom- each II II each Waste Baskets price II IIl0x25inch price Picture each Frames 11 12 Sewing BoxesII prtc Q OOee e CARDINAL i Urges Mankind to Bo Dlliffftn and Industrious With out Anxiety Points Out the Necessity Fo Our Proper UnO of Toddy Troublo Not About Tniuorrot That Slay Nevor Bo Born IMAGINARY OR MAGNIFIED GARBS I poniofIhas been written during this Thanks giving season by any of our great men and contains so much food for thought that it is hero given in its entiretyWhat is this earth but a vast store house containing all things essential to thta wants of man If you llook about you you wilT behold the mountains clothed with virgin for ests If you delve into the bowels of the earth you will find an inex haustible supply of coal and other minerals If you cost your eyes around you your will see the valleys smiling with harvests of grain and fruit What God said of old to Adam he says also to you Rule over the fish of the sea and the fowls of the air and the beasts of the field and- over all creatures that move on the face of tho earth It is true indeed that God feeds the birds of the air But he does not deposit the birds breakfast in the nest Tho bird must rIse early to find it The arty bird catches the worm It is true that God crowns tho mountains with forest trees and enriches the bowels of the earth with coal and other mineral deposits nut it is equally true that this wood and coal can not be of service to man wjthout hard and patient toll It is truo that God gives fecundity to the earth so that it produces grain of all kinds for tho nourishment of man nut it is equally true that before these crops can be utilized man must cultivate tho soil plant the seed reap it and gather into barns Christ multiplied the loaves in the desert to remind us of the bounty of Divine Providence lie commands the people to gather the fragments to point out the duty of human industry You should be active and in dustrious without excessive solic itude diligent and laborious without anxiety Labor today as if all de pended on the Providence of God Use today for it is yours trouble not yourself about the morrow for it belongs to God it is still in the womb of futurity and never may bo born to you Be not solicitous for tomorrow for tomorrow will be solicitous for itself Sufficient for tho tiny is the evil thereof Do not derange the order of Divine Providence by superadding io the care of today the solicitudes of tomorrow whichoften are imaginary or magnified by the imagination Like a skillful general concentrate your powers on the formidable enemy that confronts you now Do not scatter your forces by striving at the same time to encounter an enemy yet afar off and who never may approach your Endcavot to pass through cares asit were without care While the mists of perplexity and anxiety may Lover about the Imagination and disquiet the senses never let these vapors ascend to the higher and more serene atmosphere wherio the soul is enthroned and communes in undisturbed union with her God MAllUIAGE LICENSES I During the past week an unusually largo number of marriage licenses were issued from the County Clerks office Among the applicants were Joseph W Clem and Mary J Murphy Thomas J Shaughnessy and Tilda A Vlssman George W Sullivan and May A Sullivan Joseph Donahue and Matilda Meyer John Cainey and NorIne Scherzinger J M TTfllerich tuts Christine Weber H M Gorman and Irene C Gross William Tucker Mike f Gaff ey raeka0- o J L 322 to 0 01Market new 15c i 45c1OJ 50c Handkerchief 45c 50c 75c 95c 1 QUIRKFINNEGAN St Columbas Church Scene or a Happy Nuptial t Ceremony St Columbas church had its first wedding at 330 oclock last Wednesday afternoon when Martin Quirk rand and Miss Nora Finnegan became man wife The Rev Father John D Kalaher a cousin of the bride per formed the ceremony Her brother Joseph Finncgan of Indianapolis and Thomas McLaughlin were the at tendants The church was prettily decorated for the occasion and was crowded with friends of the contracting parties After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Quirk gave a alnner and reception to their friends in their neat little home at631 West Magnolia avenue The bride is a sister oftartin Michael and James Finncgan and Mr Quirk is being congratulated on win ning the hand and heart of such a charming girl The happy couple received many handsome presents from their numerous friends BIG BAZAR Is Planned to Aid Good Work of St Anthonys Hospital Friends of St Anthonys Hospital are planning an oldfashioned fair for tho benefit of that institution and there is every indication of success The initial meeting was held at the hospital last Sunday after noon and the attendance was quite I apIthatwillAll present expressed their willing ness to assist in the work The gentlemen who arc engaged in this good work will meet again at St Anthonys Hospital on tho even ing of Monday December 16 while the ladles will meet at the same place at 3 oclock in the afternoon on Sunday December 15 I TIm Sisters of St Francis have labored hard since they have been hero to make St Anthonys Hospital one of the foremost of its kind in the United States and while a few of its patients are able to pay the majority arc taken through charity and the Sisters must subsist and carry on their good work from the contributions of the charitably inclined All good Catholics arc preparing to assit in the coming noble work VICTIM OP STRIKEt Theodoro llossung a veteran policeman died at the City Hospital early Monday morning a victim of lockjaw Mr Bossung was the only policeman who received mortal in juries during the street car strike He was a driver of time Fifth dis- trIct patrol wagon and was en route for a prisoner when his horses ran away lIe lingered from Friday until Monday marring The deceased hail been a mcmocr of the police force more than twenty years His wife and several children survive him The funeral took place from St Pauls church Jackson and Kentucky streets Wednesday morning DECOUATION COMPLETED The people who constitute St Jet icphs congregation at jjcitchfield were agreeably surprised when they Thanksgivingdayfrescoing and redecorating the in terior had been completed For three months the artists had been engaged In the work which cost about 2700 It is conceded that St Josephs now presents an Interior that fdr rich ofnnyc1lUrchvine ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION Last Monday Capt Thomas Hanlon I the popular Auditor of Floyd countyI Inll and his estimable wife cele irated the thirtyfourth anniversary- of their marriage The worthy ThanksgivinglayTrinity church New Albany and but for a few silver hairs neither show their age ManyTriends called at their home to tender congratul- atlonqaqd fill hoped they would live to celebrate their golden wedding i li JAMES GREENEil i 425 427 AND 124 EAST MARKET STREET Furniture I Carpets RugSSii Stoves Ranges LOWEST PRICES BEST TERMS y StThat offer an opportunity to save and prepare for cold weather IIPeninsular Smoke Consuming Direct Draft Heater Burns any kind of fuel keeps fire all winter Its one of the mostI satisfactory and scientifically constructed heaters on market Price I Ii OAK HOT BLAST j any kind of fuel has large fire bowl 13 Inches in diam I IBurns Large double fuel doors Air tight ash pit OUR PRICE I Ii PROGRESS OAK t firm bowl nickel foot rails urn and keys andI iiLarge burns wood pr coal large fuel doors Prices 201 THE t 5 to 5ol HOLIDAY JEWELRY Come around and see our complete and handsome line of Jewelry for the holidays You can make your selections now and on the payment of a small deposit we will reserve 3 articles for you until Unexcelled line of IRingsBRUNN TINE 530 West Mar et 1 J 16 Per 100 BushelsWe have the most centrally located yards In the city the best coal the best teams the best drivers and can guarantee the most satisfactory deliveries what more could you ask SCANLON COAL CO 750 JEWELER street Only Local Dealers Handling Original Creek FALLS CITY MEAT MARKETl 352 SECOND STREET I F Manager HBADQUARrERS FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season You can always find the best the market affords In Choice Cute of Beef Spring thedtyLOUISVILLE COMPANYS MEATS ONLY rtLUhtd Sellable SysleB iMS SIT4CU lnsW later Incorporated Straight SULLIVAN PACKING THE ONJ- DYSHOE POLISH MADE IN THE SOUTH i FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS Shorthand and TVpewritinas taught at this institution is a vnlu acquisition to any person A stepping aIto success Secures the bent Spencerian graduates are always in COMMERCIAL SCHOOL 1 11111 NaUtlLlt laalldsDUe ACCelJ1flTNG MPAINLsTT 5111t and M1a 5trffhTara Barris 5pcacer LOUISVILLE a1 DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horde Called For acid Delivered Both Phones 2399 OPFlce ANt FORGE 913915 SIYENIt1 ST- FIWE I I I I I I 11 I WlXES OHAMPAO I i- M6ALKOLJ3 J 4a 345 West Green StrQetL- IQUORI3 OIOARL tlh+ ttt I I I It r- jjI i t s s 1 J- a