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TlPwTTTT1r- t r t KENTUCKY IRISH I AMERICAN 1VOLUME XIXNO 24 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY DECEMBER 14 1907 I PRICE FIVE CENTS VINCENTIANS Showed Real Catholic Spirit nt the Quarterly Meeting Sunday St Francis Hall Thronged am1 Standing Itoom at a Premium Judge Arthur Peter sad Prol Enos Spacer Made StIrr- ing Talks ANNIVERSARY FOR SECRETARY Tile last quarterly meeting of the Society of St Vincent de Paul is held throughout the world on the feast of the Immaculate Conception or the Sunday following and this meeting in Louisville was in every way a remarkable one In the first place it was remarkable for the attendance again for the number of new members received into the society throughout the world and still more on account of the excel lence of the reports read despite the fact that the past few months ex tending over the very best season of the year had not been such as would ordinarily draw heavily on the re sources of the society When President Campbell called the meeting to order in St Francis Hall there was not a vacant chair and members continued to come In until it seemed as though standing room would be at a premium The Spiritual Director Rev Father Rock opened the meeting with prayer after which Secretary John Doyle read the minutes In tills connection Mr Doyle later announced that this was what might be termed his silver jubilee as Secretary of the Particular Council as he had held that important office jut twenty live years The society on motion of Vicar General Cronin extended its SecretaryIds feet before President Campbell had even an opportunity to state the motion On the stage were Judge Arthur C Peter of the Jefferson County Court and Prof Enos Spencer of tlii Board of Childrens Guardians while in the audience sat Mrs Helen W Rogers the new Chief Probation Officer and Miss Louise Speed who holds the important office of Secre tary of the Charity Organization + Several prominent Catholic ladles were also present The reports showed over sixty now members had been received Into the local conferences within the past quarter but many failed to respond when their names were called by the Secretary However over forty presented themselves and upon application being made by the Secre tary in their behalf President Camp bell received them into the member of the throughout the world The growth of the society in the parishes of the Sacred Heart St Patrick and St Cecilia continues steadily while only one or two con ferences stated that they had received no new members during the past quarter The new members were urged by President Campbell to be faithful in their attendance at the meetings to carefully read the manual containing the rules of the society and to act promptly and cheerfully when appointed on any committees by their conferences The reports of conferences were then read and the Secretary of St Columbas made a short but inter esting statement showing that whei aggregated it will be a live energetic body One or two of the conferences showed themselves in good financialI position due to some liberal be quests whereas others showed lib eral receipts but still more generous disbursements so that the treasury contained only a few pennies The President then called for the reports of the various special com mlttees beginning with that of this Committee on House of Reform Secretary Doyle explained the good work that had been done by the Juvenile Court had eventually cut down the number of Catholic boys In that institution from sixty to twentyseven and that steps being taken toward placing those in Cath olic homes as well as on probation would probably serve to still further reduce the number He stated the committee would continue Its labors as it had for the past eleven years The Committee on Juvenile Court reported good progress but claimed to be handicapped by a lack of probation officers to Catholic children MatthiasAyers stated he thought three should be furnished by each conference as some men now bad seven to ten boys reporting to them President Camp bell then reported pn the work done by the Particular Council showing tIle meetings well attended and everything In a very satlsfactor 0 condition indeed Then fpllowed the addresses of Vicar General Croi n and Rev Father Rock which appear elsewhere I When Father Rock finished speak 4lagJudge Peter was called for butt stated at the beginning that the members did not know what it meantt to roll upon him after hearing time Inspiring words of Father ROCK andi Father Cronin that he had never felt so embarrassed In all his life and it was not his Intention to saj anything that would in any wa efface the words they had jusi listened to because mill should carr away those words In their hearts The gathering had been an inspiration to him and he Wanted to than the Vlhcentlans or It and especialr desired to congratulate them on th splendid reports he had just heard 01 the excellent work the society waj doing The Judge stated lie had no c been in touch with charitable worl but a short time but in the time that he had been in touch with the Juvenile Court work he had seen so much need for the exercise of real charity that he had decided to turn over a new leaf and he frankly asked their hfelp There are in the manychildrendo not need punishment they do not need law but what they do need is help the kindly touch of the helping hand at talC that often marks out the boys future career He explained that the Juvenile Court had really two divisions of work the one where the boy is brough when ho does something that Ii wrong and in that department the court needs no help as the Judg the Clerk and the officers making up the court are quite able to attend to that part of It but there was an other part another branch and he felt the more Important of the two which had nothing to do with the carrying out of the mandate of tlw court and that was where little children were brought who had committed some trifling offence Wo give them a little talking to a little lecture and then ask some good man or some good woman of this city to take supervision over that child for a few months They do not take the place of the parents but they help the parents and In many instances set an example for the parents who seeing time Influence of such persons upon the child soon model them selves after the example sot them by such guardians that is if such parents have a spark of manhood or womanhood left in them He stated it was a great work and that he did not believe any man could come into the Juvenile Court seethe children presented there and not become enthusiastic about it He asked the cooperation ofthe society to the extent of furnishing additional probation officers Prof Enos Spencer a member of I the Board of Childrens Guardians was then called upon to address the meeting Frankly stating that ho was not a speaker he wanted the members to understand what a dis advantage lie labored under follow as he did men trained in oratory ling priest the lawyer and judge Spencer reviewed briefly the work done by Judge Thompson for the children of the city the organi zation of the Juvenile Court the work of the Board of Guardians which was in position to after those parents who neglect their chll dren He told some of the troubles the board had encountered in not being able to reach such parents in tho adjoining States but mentioned the law now being drafted to make it a felony In the State of Kentucky for a man to neglect life family After such a law was passed it would then enable the board to reach out after such men and either compel them to care for their families or have the proper punishment meted out to them FOHDS FERVOR Enthused Devoted Member- of Splendid Division of Hibernians Division A 0 H held a rousing meeting in its hall First and Jefferson streets Friday night of last week and President Con Ford who occupied the chair was cheered by the smiling faces of several old mem bers who had not been present at recent meetings Among these were Frank Clasby Officer Jerry OLeary and Sergt Roger McDermott It was McDermotts first appearance since his injury in a street car collision at Fourth and Broadway duripg the re cent strike Secretary Lynch read a communi cation from the County Board which gave general satisfaction to the members The condition of John Burke a veteran member who has been on the sick list for some time Iwas reported unchanged The Em ployment Committee promised to give prompt attention in securing work for those members of Division 2 who are out of work When the time arrived to elect I officers for the ensuing year Presi dent Ford stated that Division 2 shad not only made greater progress during the present year but that it had in comparison oeen more suc cessful than any other division in the city He expressed his pride over this fact and said that every member should give thanks to God for the blessings bestowed on the division In conclusion he exhorted all to elect the best men to the various offices and after electing them to give them loyal and hearty I supportills was received with ap takestoelected by acclamation The com plete list is as follows President Con J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna I TreasurerOwen Keiran Recording Secretary Joseph T LynchFinancial SecretaryJ T Keaney I SergeantatArms James Sayers Sentinel William Nash Standing CommltteeJames Doyle FitzpatrickPrankFrank Ciasby and Pat Connaughton eetingyof the year on the evening of Friday December 20- UNITYS COJDIUNIOX SUNDAY I Tomorrow morning Unity Council turen out and proceed to St Mary s i church where the members wilt ap proach holy communion in a body Time members of Unity perform this worthy act twice each year and tin edifying sight has a good influence thye thattcity CANON LABOnS FRIEND Speaker Cannon In expressing hisr sentiments toward organized labor fr Anon the occasion of the presents lion of resolutions commending lid d t for his legisatlce work in behaUoJ J the Washington plate workers de elated that if he were a craftworke lie would ally himself with a trade union because unionism has been the vehicle of all progress toward better conditions for the wage earner and while his fealty toward organized labor would not waver iif he were affiliated with it lie as an American would hold his franchise above the right of any leader to direct Speaker Cannon paid a high compliment to the ability of Samuel Gompers as an organizer and expressed himself as highly sensible of the work done by him within tin functions allotted to him us a labor j leader and as tltb President of the American Federation in behalf of tin workingman and the country OFFICERS ELECTED And Steps Taken to Organ ize Hibernian March ing Olub Division 3 A 0 II held a rousing meeting last week and after the election of officers took the initiatory steps toward the forma tion of a Hibernian marching club that will do Kentucky credit at thej coming national convention Presi dent James Ooleman occupied the chair with Lawrence Mackey nsII Secretary and all the other officers present Walter Joyce who had been ill was reported well and J 0 Clark as Improving After the report of the committee recommending the marching club had been concurred in the election of officers was held time following being chose- nPresidentPatrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary L J Mackey Financial SecretaryJ O Hession DoughertySentinelThomas Sergeantait Arm s Patrick Begley Standing Committee Thomas Ken I 11011Ithehonorpromised to continue the work in augurated by President James Coleman County who President declined reelectionI notified of the election and requested to be present at the meeting on January 2 ito conduct the installation president Coleman stated that the Literary Committee would be ex pected to arrange a feast for that night I I JEFFEKSONVILLE Ten Ladles and Eight Men Join the Catholic Knights All records for the year have been broken by John Kenney of Jeffer sonville who during the past sixty I eighI men CatholicIKnights the last regular meeting and their applications forwarded to the Su preme Medici Examiner for examina tion and approval The officers and m6mbers of the branch are in hopes that the certificates will be received today or Monday which would give them time to arrange for an initia tion tills month that will surpass any yet witnessed in the Falls Cities and be a fitting close to a prosperous year for the order in Southern Indiana I The arrangements for this event are in the hands of Police Commission r Jack Murphy Barney Coll Raymond Stanton John Kenney and others who have Invited the Louis yUle Central Committee and the two companies of the Uniform Hank to take part in the exercises Upon this occasion the new initiation will be conducted by a picked degree team from Loulsvilli under the direction of William T Meehan President of Branch 25 and already there is wide spread Interest manifested by the Catholics of Jeffersonville Just ns soon as the certificates are received tmn the Supreme officers the date rill be set and the programme com pleted I IrItINIlY COUNCIL Novelty Euchre and Dane Will Close the Old Year I Trinity Council has ararnged for a jolly close of the old year at the clubhouse on East Gray street Arrange mqntc have been made for a big novelty euchre and dance on New Years eve when each one present will be entitled to draw for twenty six elegant prizes in addition tothe eightyeix novelty prizes that will be distributed This affair is in charge of Messrs Andrew Kleffer James B Kelly R J Steucker B Morthorst and F Brigman who have had much experience and promise that this will be the best of all the New Years eve entertainments An amusin feature will be the drawing for the goose and banty rooster which the winners must take home with them The proceeds will go to swell the building fund John Cunniff presided at the meet big Tuesday night in the absence ol President Conkling who was in inaujuNtion transacted was of the routine order the most Important being the de cisdon to cooperate with time other local cptnclls In preparing for the entertainment of the Supreme Coun cll when it meets in Louisville next year Upon motion a committee con I slating of Messrs James B Kelly Edward Kelty and William Hlllerlcl was appointed for that purpose Th question of chanfiflnc g- f time roeetlnj night was not considered 01 L J 1- f PRINCIPLE That Guides St Vincent do Inul Society Set Forth Ll Vicar General Gru ill and Rev I Father Kock at Sunday Dialing I r Their Addresses Arouse Hundreds For Greater Charitable t Work ti kt UNITED FOR Al HIGH PURPOSE Vicar General Cronin in addressing the large Vlncentlan gathering at St Francis Halflast Sunday after noon aroused the greatest enthusiasm as did also Rev Father Rock Both were happy and their words not only deeply impressed their hearers but provoked hearty laughter and frequent I IJather Cronin stated applauseII in the past been twice invited to speak to the Vincentians and had been compelled to disappoint them each time so he Had been pleasantly I surprised when a third invitation had been extended him He explained that due to the large number of communicants as well as the opening of the Forty Hours devotion at St Patricks church he had been unable to prepare anything In the way of an address but would speak briefly on I receivedIPaul he said is the prInciple deII brought our messed Lord Saviour Jesus Christ from heaven the principle that He incorporated into the church which lIe established on earth in order that men might there by save their souls and join Him in heaven when theY die and that Is the principle of charity To understand what that principle is we must go back to the interpretation of it given by our Lord himself When once asked either In a spirit of curiosity or in a spirit of sincerity What was the great commandment of the law our Lord replied that the first and great commandment of the law was to love God with ones whole heart and with ones whole soul and all ones mind and all ones spirit but He added there Is an other like unto this and that is thou must love tny neighbor as thy self Years after St John the blessed disciple who had laid his head on our Lords shoulder at the last supper speaking to his follow ers and those wimp surrounded him would frequently say My little children love one another Some asked him why it was that he so frequently repeated Umis und lie said i When you have done this you have done it all When you love your neighbor In a truthful practical way you love God also because you can not love your neighbor without Toy ing God You can not do Him any kindness any charity unless you are prompted by the grace of sod Going a step further the speaker stated he might say that the love for our neighbor will not be what It ought to be unless we have a for ourselves There is an oldadage ItiS a well ordered charity that begins at home and the proper thing for us all iu do is first to learn to love ourselves to learn how to I make ourselves true followers of Jesus Christ because unless we are such unless we are practical Christians unless we by our daily lives show that we are true followers of Him then all the charity we may do and all time professions we make of love for our neighbor will amount to nothing I readIaSecretary of the Superior Council of INew York on the subject of the size of conferences wherein it was I Stated that large conferences are good provided they make practical Christians practical Catholics out Of the members and that is the very foundation of all work of charity In one report some remark had been made as ifo dropping members for speakerestated his conference Once a member always a member but where one did not attend regularly he was placed on a supplementary roll and then at stated times In the year an effort was made to bring back such members to induce them to receive holy com munion with the society which1 re- Sulted In their interesting themselvet again for a time and frequently re stilted in their becoming active zealous members I At the conclusion of Vicar General Cronlns remarks Rev Father Rock was called for and statlQg he had I not felt in the pink of condition and that when he had seen Judge Peter whom he had known as a little boy he felt that he was Indeed getting old but seeing such a grand meeting hadgaroused in him ta feeling that the Vincentians of Louisville constituted an army that he was proud to direct They were not philanthropists dol ing out bread and meaty shoes and coal but were united for a higher purpose the salvation of their im mortal souls following in the foot steps of Ozanam showing the faith faithsfaith that would make them free forI time and eternity They were doing works of love works of charity good deeds done in the name of the Loral Jesus Christ deeds done to tho chit dren of Christ deeds done not for time but for eternity deeds done by men who had had their saul s I washed by the blood of Christ an oeChrist This wM whet made him feeli youngaair to JJ a much an rmy t Iq in their attack against the world the flesh nd the devil What If the treasury of the conference was empty God was with them The Vincentians here present belonged as their President had stated to the grandest organization in the world comprising 6000 conferences Turkeyinlea in trite Indies on the continent of Europe Canada America You are not a mere local organization not u United States organization but ia world wide organization and like unto your holy mother church you are universal You are not doing simple individual works but you have 100000 men behind you The little work that you do or I do IsI spirituallzedbythat a member of the St Vincent de Paul Society does becomes a part of the great number of acts done by 100000 members nail 100000 subscribing members The society is not confined by ocean or sea but by the whole world and as for its object there is no limit to its objects Not simply to feed the hungry and clothe the naked but to- go out and save the souls of men bringbalmwhen you take your brother by the hand and do an act of charity do an act that will be worthy not only of the praise of men but worthy of merit in QodThere In this day who give to the poor in the spirit of the haughty Pharisee who thanked God that he was not like the Test of men giving the poor as though they were mere objects dependent upon their bounty Time poor have n right to your alms to your advice to your help to your sustenance for are we not all children of the same Father and have they not all been ransomed by the blood of Jesus Christ We read in Genesis that God has given man in charge to hifellowman What Is the meaning of this inspired word of God That Got luau given man in charge of his fellowman means that the fellow man will give him good example and help him in his spiritual and temporal necessities This then is your work not mere philanthropy but charity Inspired by God the charity that makes us all one in Christ JesusWould you feel proud because you would help some brother or sister born of the same fathpr or mother No you would consider that it ass your duty So It is with the they are your brothers and tasters What a beautiful example our Saviour shows in his treatment of Mary Magdalen Nowadays the world looks down upon such ns she and by no one are they more de spised than by their own sex yet how did Jesus the Way the Truth and the Light how did He treat this poor woman Time Pharisees and the Saddiicees said Does he know to whom he is talking but she fell at Jesus feet bathing his feet with her tears and wiping them with her hair and Christ said to Mary Much is forgiven thee because thou hast loved much This is the way that time Son of God the God of infinite purity treated this poor woman of tin town and so we must treat all bag and good as though they were our brothers and sisters Brothers deem it an honor a pleasure a joy a delight a privilege to go about your work as Vin centians In order to do that work effectually in order to do it well you must not only be practical Cath dies but exemplary Catholics Your own lives must be pure must be chaste Looking around 1 I can see in your eyes that your souls have been sanctified by the reception of your Lord and Saviour In holy communion this morn ing there is time strength and the power the influence that is un daunted comes from the frequent re ception of the body land blood of Jesus Christ It is not the President nor the Secretary nor the rank and file member that when he goes about his work amongst the poor speaking kindly word of encourage ment that speaksit is our Lord himself speaking through them Now we in Louisville are about the onehundredth part of this grand organization the grandest lay or ganization in the world The President of the Superior Council seems to look with particular interest to ice what the Vincentians in Louis ville are doing They are astonished in New York in Boston to see the number that go to communion in a body here You have been going on day by day led by your pastors and your spiritual directors Presi dents and officers all having thE right spirit time true Vlnventlar spirit Keep it up young men Your Reverend VIcar General said and said well that a large conference JIs about the best thing to make ia good congregation If the pastor knows what Is wise the priest in charge wants to see his parishioner doing right exemplary Catholics he will by all means get them Into thE examplewand widening and will bring In others from time surrounding territory- to join you Think of the work done by the brothers on the old fellow that had not attended his church for years whom they brought bad and who died happily What a grand welcome there will be hereafter for the Vincentian who has fought time rood fight ever keeping aloft the banner of St Vincent de Paul having the true love of God and true love of his neighbor Our Lord Jesus Christ will say to him Well done thou good and faithful servant thou wast faithful over a few timings J will place thee over many timings enter thou Into time joy of thy Lord NEW ALBANY KNIGHTS New Albany Council Knights al Columbus has elected the followin officers Past Grand KnightChris Reising Grand Knight Charles S Fackler Chancellor Edward J Hackett Financial Secretary William J Receveur ftghefAdvocate Oiarle F Pfeffer WardensTohn A Gardner e f I fewIsITime council is in a flourishing condition and contemplates initiating another class in the early spring I MEETS WITH FAVOR Plan For the Kentucky I IHibernian Marching Messrs James Ryan John hessian rind Lawrence J Mackey who several weeks ago were appointed a SI cla committee to arrange plans whereby the Louisville Hibernians might at tend the national convention of their order ait Indianapolis next July have prepared their report and forwarded copies thereof to the four divisions and the auxiliary They suggest the formation of a Kentucky Hibernian Marching Club composed of members of the order Each member will be required to pay a small sum monthly until July mud this will cover all expenses The work of organization will be taken up by every division in the city and about March 1 all will amalgamatedlIntocers will be elected and thereafter the club will meet regularly and con duct their own affairs organizationhasworn will be selected and from the favorable expressions alreafdv heard Louisville will be represented In the big parade by wt least 500 marchers Those members who enter their names now but are unable to attend the convention will have their money returned If they make written appli cation before the contract for their transportation Is closed This move ment originated with Division 3 jointimethat the others will follo- wEVERYTHING NEWT For Division 4 A O H Next Year Including the Officers Division 4 A 0 ilL held its first regular meeting in Bertrand Hall last Monday evening with President J P McGinn in the chair and nil officers present with the exception of Secretary Burke and Treasurer Lenihan All of the members ex pressed themselves as being de lighted with the new meeting place and furthermore the hall committee were instructed to furnish and dec orate the hall in a firstclass man ner which will be done before the next meeting The transfer card of Michael Delaney of Muncie Ind was received and he was elected to membership and the applications of Charles Dunlap Dennis Hines and Edward White were also received The election of officers was then gone Into and after a couple of exciting races the following were chosenPresidentJohn HennessyVice Financial Secretary William J ConnellyRecording Secretary Frank P BurkeTreasurer BradySergeantatArms Doolan Sentinel Michael McDermott The last regular meeting of this eveningDecemberwill be installed on Monday Jan uary 0 MAGKIN COUNCIL Will Start Another Campaign to Increase Its Membership Though there was only a fall at tendance at the meeting of Mackin Council last Tuesday night time pro ceedings vere of more than ordinary Interest Following spirited talks by Charles Raldy Frank Adams and others it was decided to signalize time entry of Robert Burke to the Pres idency by a movement to increase the membership to GOO Before the installation of officers which will take place on January 7 committees will be named und a campaign strted with tills end in view The advocates of the plan were quite enthusiastic and declared that with a united ef fort another hundred members could be secured before Easter With the many advantages Mackin has to of fer reading rooms gymnasium billiard hall bath roometc and nil practically paid for the membership i should be increased to 1000 President Sands announcement i that former President Frank Murphy had recovered from his operation and that other members on the sick list were improving caused much good feeling The special committee re ported all arrangements made for the illustrated wheat and flour lecture Thursday night and urged all mem bers to be with their friends The other business was unimportant BISHOP MCLOSKEY BETTER The people of this city and diocese who were greatly alarmed the first of this week over the reported ill ness of Right Rev Bishop McCloskiv wiho line been indisposed and unable to leave the Cathedral rectory will be greatly pleased to learn that Ills condition has changed for the better and his speedy recovery now seems assured POLICEMANS BEQUESTS Patrick McCormick a veteran policeman of Springfield Mass died recently and left his estate valued at 0000 to various Catholic churches and Catholic charitable in stitutions Two bequests of SlOOO each were left to the Right Rev Bishop Bean to be ussd in educat lag young aids for the priesthood I t tt UP THEY GO I Two Distinguished American rclntcs Honored by time Pope s Rector of the American College Becomes u Titular Bishop Intimated That Mgr OConnell May Get Important Diocese NEW HEAD FOR THE UNIVERSITY Rome cablegrams of the past week bring news that is interesting and relatingtotllefinances to us appears wide of the mark Time private subscriptions and diocesan collections have been generous and this fact is probably not yet known to the Rome corres pondents who sent over the following Monsignor Kennedys five years valuable labors as Rector of the American College have been recognized by the Pope who has created Adrianapolls1hcin special audience this week the i first volume of the Catholic Ency FarleyIJlewill greatly aid the cause of Cath olicism among English speaking races The promotion of Mgr OConnell Rector of time Catholic University at Washington D C is considered In Vatican circles as the first step to ward his transfer to some other oflettingcan be removed from his place There may be some truth in this gossip Washingto1Unhersit regardingexWaggamanfallureabout 800000 efforts have been made by the Trustees who allareeither Bishops or Archbishops and byCardinalretrieve the fortunes of the univer subscriptionsof the country The scheme proVW in the main a failure as very few private collected and only entailamounts from each of the dioceses At time suggestion of the universitys Trustees the Vatican authorities have decided to select a very efficient man for Rector in order to place the finances of time university on a more solid basis The man appointed will bo a practical administrator It Is thought either Mgr Kirby Rector of the Irish College or Mgr ent ruler of the American College will be appointed to the position of ruling over the Catholic University at Washington Mgr OConnell may be sent as Coadjutor to some important diocese in America as recently has been the case of the prelate bearing the same name who was sent to succeed tieaged Archbishop of Boston It is generally believed in Rome that Mgt Kennedy will not long be Rector qt the American College but that We soon will be on American Bishop In questiondiscussedcircles is the choice of his success lwho is said to be a prominent cleric writer from a seminary in the d cese of Philadelphia who has already given proof of his ability by publishing important articles In a MgrKennedya similar institution broughttogregations of Propaganda When Car dlnal Satolll was elected by the late as Apostolic Delegate to 1 United States it was hoped to ml the Washington post a diploma one For some time the Vatican authorities tried to obtain official recognition from the Government at Washington for their envoy but such recognition was constantly refused Mr Taft the American Secretary of War has been informed by the Rector of the college that the Pope wishes to have a personal intervlevj with him Isis last visit resulted i a perfect understanding between iiM Government of the United States q the Vatican authorities regard PhilippIslandspersonal visit by Secretary Taffl the Vatican will further settlej little troubles that have appear the archipelago because of the lean occupation WELL RECEIVED IrishAmericans were mu inauguratlFrankfort ptmlMee were Rev Fathertw Nell Dr Bernard Ebr Ord James and Frank lIceiJohn IIanly Thomas B Newman W JoSauerCollins HENRY HOEMEIl HONORED Hon Henry iroemer former Sto TnigINewportthe J Toseph Deitermun read a rnf ProInade during the year After justness meeting the members provtime 4d r2rir Y e t 1N i 1w A RIO KENTUCKY IRISH ftMERlGflft Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Entered at the Loulivllle Pottoftlce a SecondCU flitter Address all Communications to tbe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 Welt Oree St ii OUISVILU5 KY SATURDAY DECEMBER 141907- N DOUBLE NUMBER Owing to the extra demand for advertising space and in order not to encroach upon the news columns the Kentucky Irish American will publish a double number next week Any of our advertisers iwho wIsh additional space would do well to notify us not later than Wednesday morning KENTUCKYS NEW GOVERNOR Hon Augustus E Wilson is now Kentuckys Chief Executive For the new Governor although a Republ can the Kentucky Irish American has the highest respect believing him to be a man in every sense that tIle word implies The people of Kentucky but especially those or Louisville hope and trust that hla public life will prove as exemplary and honorable as his private life and it is our earnest belief that they illnot be disappointed Gov Willson has a difficult task before him but with every citizen gIvIng him loyal support and doing his duty Kentucky will prosper and rettti her position as one of the most law rabiding and progressive States in the Union With pleasure we extend our congratulations and promise to as slst him in every effort for II greater and better Kentucky WOEFUL IGNORANCE The Louisville Evening Post under its head of Queries and Answers printed the following one day tills weekReader Glasgow KyTo what religious sect did Robert Emmetthe Irish patriot belong Was he ia Roman Catholic or was he a Protestant Tell about itti iAnswerHe was an Irish Prot cstant In the old country he was In jail and got liberty on condition that he take his departure from that country and never appear in it again Thus he became a lawyer ahd ia noted one In New York He had a gather in Ireland This brother vairiiung for practices on the order that caused him to be put in jail by the British Government It is evident that this was a family of self sacrificing and steady Irish patriots Hundreds of Irishmen in Louisville and all over the world will marvel at the ignorance displayed by the per son who answered the above ques tion Robert Emmet was a member of tho Mplscopal church He did not come to America to practice law He was hanged and then beheaded because he was an Irish patriot The exact burial place of Robert Emmet has never been found and the opinion prevails that his fellow students from Trinity College Dublin destroyed his reo mains with quicklime to keep it trbm the British Museum The Posts editor shows wonderful lack of knowledge on Irish affairs SOME NEW IDEAS Vorthy of consideration are the Ideas of Hon Brand Whitlock who was recently elected to serve an other term as Mayor of Toledo There is fOod for thought in every onp of his utterances He insists that American cities happen and- re not created Hear this from w1j Whitlock The framers of constitution who were tho uFgunlzers did the best they could and wondrous well but the modern city with its modern problems had not been dreamed of Thus it happens that today the city is but an arm of Ute State Legally it has no owers that are not granted to it by Lo State Legislature hence it is ed by Ute State Legislature And here are generally about two trymen to one city man in every f Legislature it follows that the are in reality governed by Kvho know nothing about clues ro nothing for them men who o city possibly with contempt y with suspicion and distrust manly that is what is the with the city other part of his remarks mock declares that the l L not an impossible prop Ton declares that the city tent n Wk be reformed and the firm of tS men in control will ow Ills plan includes the aboll 19 ward units a small council ra nonpartisan nominations and Lions the initiative and refcrcn np the merit system for all cm as and strictly homo rule on all eats of a purely local natures it not strike you that Mayor locks plan Ila worthy of trial CATHOLIC SOCIETIES societies aeem to accept a embershlp M aiiendfa it senUDel11flherihgtbemlelu the thought of doing something for the members after they have been acquired But some day a society will come along CutbollcI spend all its time in benefiting its members and will not have to spend any time getting new members It will provide schools and libraries and gymnasiums It will have employment agencies for its younger members and business directories for the older members In a word it will strive to benefit its membership in intellectual and social and busi ness ways The Catholic society that gets into this work first is going to be the great Catholic society in this country If none of our present societies undertake this work a spew cial society will be developed to meet the needs of the time As a matter of fact both the Young Mens Institute and the Knights of Columbus are establishing gyms nasiums have employment commit tees and business directories Accord ing to the Catholic Sentinel both socictiesSomehave night schools gymnasiums reading rooms etc Both organiza tions are keeping pace with American progress from aCatholic standpoint The Kentucky Court of Appeals handed down a decision Wednesday declaring that whisky can not be sold as a medicine in a local option county in this State In the case before the court it was shown that a child was threatened with pneu monia and the evidence of the physician and father proved that the liquor was used as a medicine for the sufferer The whisky was see cured on a prescription the seller heavily fined by a jury in the Carlisle Circuit Court and their verdict sustained by the Court of Appeals When the highest court in the State acts thus it is not to be wondered at that it has lost the confidence anti respect of the people the majority of whom have for sometime looked with suspicion upon that body The Winchester Democrat says the CourierJournal may not know iii but the people of the State have grown tired of the fight it is waging against Gov Beckham and the fact that such a fight is being mode is giving the Governor greater pop ularity than he ever had before RECENT DEATHS Mrs Johanna ONeil widow of Peter ONeil and a respected member congregatIon Oak street early Sunday morning The funeral took place from St Louis Bcrtrands church Tuesday morning George Norton the 4enyearold son of Mr and Mrs Speed Norton died at the family residence 1804 Thefuneralricks church Wednesday afternoon For the bereaved parents there Is the heartfelt sympathy of a wide circle of friends Patrick OBrien for many years a well known and respected resident of the West End died Tuesday morn ing at his home 124 McIIarry street leaving many friends who mourn his death The funeral services were held Thursday morning at the Church of Our Lady with a mass of requlqm celebrated by Rev Father Connrff Patrick Herron a former citizen of Jeffersonville died suddenly at his home In Wichita Kas on Tues day Mr Herron was a brother of Mrs Maurice Coll of Jeffersonvillc arid Mrs Anne Mackey of Louisville and an uncle of Hon Bernard A Coll of Jeffersonvillc The funeral took place yesterday from St Pat ricks tho body having been brought here for burial The funeral of Miss Anna Itoaba daughter of Philip Raaba East Eighth and Shelby streets New Al morningfromshe had been a member since her twentrnineesteem by all who knew her The solemn services were largely attended and were a marked tribute to the worth of the deceased NEW SCHOOL BUILDING St Bonifaces new and handsome parochial school building is about completed and will too ready for occupancy January 1 It is one of the most commodious school build Ings in this city and is a credit tQ the congregation PRIEST AS DIRECTOR The Holy Citye new oratorio performllnceTuesdny ers and many members of the orchestra belong to the celebrated aulist choir and the production was directed by Rev Father William J priestsinof the PauHst choir and appeared on thee stage in his oaaaoek Tha large audence1 delled the new jjjjjonjjI I i SOCIETY I Mss Jennie Kearns of South Louis ville has been visiting friends in CincinnatiMiss Wnthen will be the hostess at a tea to be given on Tues day afternoon December 31 Mrs M C Gutman has returned from Frankfort after a delightful visit with Mrs Pat Newman Mrs W T Kelly of East Main I street New Albany has as her guest Miss Kitty tfiebllcli of Rock port Ind Miss Elsie Fitzpatrick has returned from Clark Station where she spent a pleasant week with Mrs J D Trlbble IUSiS Halllc McMnhon has returned home at Flora Heights after a visit of seVeral days with friend at Jeffersontown Mrs Barney Nelson of Indianapolis has returned home after a visit to her sister Mrs Thomas Moyna han of Jcffcrsonville Little Miss Geneva Ford has been enjoying a delightful visit with her grandparents Mr and Mrs J B Ford at Jeffcrsontown Miss Nellie Noble who has been the guest of her sister Mrs Irvin OBrien at Kosmosdale has returned to her home at Cloverport Mrs SoA Ready returned this week from Frankfort where she had been the guest of her daughter Mrs George B Sal nder for several months f Mrs William Sullivan of Flora Heights has been spending the week at Shelbyville Ind where she was called on account of the illness of her father Roy Bornwnsser and wife of New Albany spent the first of the week as the guests of Mrs Bormvassers mother Mrs Addle Fitzpatrick at CharlestownWill traveling representa tive for the J M RobinsonNorton Dry Goods Company is home to spend the holiday season whh his mother and sister Henry Whallen a ypopular engineer on the Louisville d Nashville railroad running out of Birmingham is in Now Albany on a visit to relatives and may remain until after the boll daysMichael Jlannon and wife 023 Frankfort avenue are being show ered with congratulations over the arrival of a lovely little girl who for a long time they expect to be the reigning belle in their cosy home The stork in its rounds this week left a fine baby boy at the home of John Phelan 1435 Seventh street congrntl1la1Ions Papa John for several days has been a very busy man There is much rejoicing in theI home of Daniel McKenna 1102 West Oak street this week The storlIhas left there a pretty girl which has so pleased the proud father that he declares he wants no other present for Christmas Miss Annie Fitzgibbon is homo from Central City where she was the guest of her relatives Mrs AgnesGordonweek a largely attended farewell re byMissMrs Maurice Coll who several weeks ago underwent a successful InfirmaryIsColl in Jeffersonvlllc and her numerous friends will be glad to know that her condition is Improving satisfactorily Mrs Coll is also the mother of Barney Coll Henry A J Puls the well known dyer nnd cleaner who suffered the loss of his foot by being run over by ft street cur at 1 went flfth nnd Market street several months ago Is now able to move about his home on crutches Though making steady progress toward recovery it is hardly possible that lie will be at his place of business on Fifth street before February LECTUKK AT LEBANON Tomorrow afternoon at Lebanon the Rev B F Logan 0 IJof St Lout Bertrands Thomas Walsh President of the Cathedral Confer ence and Rev Joseph A Hogarty of St Augustines church will deliver three lectures at that place under tho auspices bf the St Vincent do Paul Society All three are able speakers and they will fully explain the origin material and spiritual work of this great charity organization which workIinvited DEATII OF FATHER IIORJIIGAN News of the death of Rev Father M A Jlorrigan at Orange N J manyfrlenllscity he having been located at St Louis Bertrands church for several ears and having served one term yearsFatherCUyhavingby Rev Father J D Fowler who was also prior here being succeeded by Very Rev Father B F Logan SPLENDID PROGRESS Barry Council Y SL L of Lexington is making splendid progress and ere long bids fair to be one of the most prosperous councils of the order With the dawn of the new year it will take rank in the Grand Coun oil with Trinity and Mackin- PROMOTED Edward Thlckstun eon of Mrs Jonathan tunof Jefferson Tl11et but for a number of years with the Car Service Association at Yoonn Ohio h8 been pro mloted tos retponaible position in the Pi6M urr ofhce i SAIITO COUNCIL Splendid Achievements In Prospect For Y Ml at rOwensboro n Sarto Council Y M I of Owens boro 1is moving along in splendid style and recently gave several very enjoyable entertainments In these they were ably assistd by the Ladled Auxiliary The annual election was held last week and the following officers were chosen President Charles II Barbour First Vice President W E Dan hauerISecond Vice President W E Base heartFinancial SecretaryCharles T DornTreasurerFred W Arnold Recording Secretary Albert B OberstMarshalWilliam E Arnold Corresponding Secretary Theodora W Price Inside Sentinel Chris Basehcart Outside SentinelJohn Williams Executive Committee T M Bar row Chairman Dr J B McGary anl John Herman Mrs Charles II Barbour was elect ed President of the Ladies Auxiliary The new officers of Iboth the council and the auxiliary will be installed January 2 and as is customary an enjoyable luncheon will be spread orgqnlzntlons rehearsed and will be exemplified early in the new year Those who have witnessed the rehearsals say the new degree is great and will prove a drawing card lor Sarto CouncilThe Entertainment Committee has secured the services of the celebrated and reverend orator Father L J Vaughan The members have every reason to believe that the Grand will be filled to hear Father Vaughan on February 20 Sarto Council Is ending the year with more enthusiasm than el rand with the largest membership it has ever enjoyed It will begin the new year with new officers and the best possible feeling and all working for the success of the council and tlie order At the last meeting there were two applications for member ship and a large class will be initiated in the near future More than thirty candidates are now awaiting admission to the order A dozen new ivory tipped cues have just been added to the equipment of the billiard room andeach succeed interestingfeaturlNext Wednesday the members will Us entertained with an interesting lec ture by Dr J R McGary Severn other good numbers were on the programmeIn of the councils af fairs Presidentelect Barlbour said KentuckyIrishverybrightwatching always to advance Sarto Council will help along I will make my administration a complete suc ess I have the strongest body of fficers that any of our Presidents youknowto a presiding officer We are very anxious to have another debate with Mackinand expect to make arrange ments for it in the near future WORDS OF PRAISE Noted Irish Scholar Ap polnted to Important Post Ono of our esteemed con temporaries pays this tribute to a noted Irish scholar Count 0 N Flunkctt whp has just been ap pointed director of the National Museum of Science and Art Dublin is Vice President of the Royal Irish Academy and of the Royal Society of Antiquaries Ireland a Governor of the Royal Irish Academy of Music President of the Society for the Preservation of the Irish Lan guage and Honorary Associate of the Royal Institute 01 British Arch itects He is the author of the most exhaustive study of Botticelli that has yet appeared and his museum lectures on the great masters of sculpture and fresco showed an in dependent judgment as well as very extended and scholarly knowledge of the arts He has traveled much in Europe and in the United States As Count Plunkett is a leading Catholic and Nationalist and has been ac tively connected with all the artistic literary efforts of the Celtic renais sance his appointment is extremely popular in Ireland QUITE A MODEL St Canice parish Knoxville Pa has a parochial school Building which is not surpassed in the matter of equipment by any place of much larger population Among the con veniences mentioned are capacious halls with kitchens attached an auditorium resting room for Irfdtas end smoking room for men buwllnj alleys and eleven airy and well lighted class rooms REJUVENATED Irish Jesuits recently celebrated the twentyfifth anniversary of the establishment of their college at Mungreet three miles from Limerick According fto tradition this college was the site of a similar institution which flourished in the time of St Patrick 1400 years ago The orig inal college is now a mere ruin but the seed planted by Irelands illustri ous apostle appears to have grown and spread nil over the earth RULES LOUGII NEAGH Many exiles from Ireland will be interested to learn that the Marquis of Donegal who recently celebrut l his fourth birthday is Hereditary I rd High Admiral of Lough Neagh and Governor of Oamckforgus Jostle The little Marquis the only child of the venerable late Marquis by his charming young Canadian wife formerly Miss Violet Twining is really in a unique position for there is no other lake in the United Clngdom So large nor one that has lLn Admiral of its own It is quite asIaeble sheet of water too having an area of over 150 sqfuare miles A to drain it but themresainl to believe that ady Donegal concealed thi9 from II- n jI 1 c J STEWART DRY GOODS C- O5Business Established Sixty Years i to 1 1EWyolttSTORE O i HABERDASHERY Main FloorIWhat to Buy for a Man A List of Splendid Gift Suggestions forathe Holidays Moderately Pricedt The Haberdashery Department is brimful of holiday gift suggestions for men Dont worry about his present another minute but come in and look the line over youre sure to find just the thing he needs or something i appreciatew Intercollegiate Knit Sweaters for the golf enthusiast mo other outofdoor in V neck coattorist or any sport or J 11rt9 styles all colors The most serviceable garment made Price 500 Special holiday line of Highgrade Blanket or Terry Cloth Bath Robes in a splendid assortment of bright and soft coloredeffectsPrices range 300 to 1200each Mens Dress Requisites for every occasion Shirts Collars Gloves Cravats Links Studs etc Special attention is directed to the perfectfitting Dress Tie buttons on like a collar and stays put Mens Business Shirts make a desirable present Our holiday line- handsome embraces an extensive assortment oftpatterns to select from Box of onequarter dozen assorted Plaited or Stiff Bosom Shirts 200 qualityPrice 550 box f Box of one quarter dozen Plaited or Stiff Bosom Shirts 150 quality Price 425 I Box of one quarter dozen Negligee or Bosom Shirts 100 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t3rO6GriCS Meats and VeQctdDles x i 1 Butter Eggs and Poultry A hHorne Phone 3266 S E Cor 16th and Walnut t yvGcs We respectfully request our friends and patrons to leave their orders fortt CHRISTMAS CANDIES As Early as Possible RUDOLPH BAU1Candy Makers J ITTtCTTULEYS Thursday Friday and Saturday NIghts and Saturday Matinee Joseph and William Jefferson In XIXEJ RIVALS w HOPKINSTha Idial Famlll1heatreI HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE snows DAIIjY3 Ladles Souvenir Matinee Tuesday Arpateur Night Friday Childrens Toy Matinee Saturday ALL SEATS RESERVE- DMatleee1O15 2ie Nl h11020 30c HQ EAT NICKS r BREADBECAUSE Save the labels Come and see our store 2500 to 2506 Griffiths Ave Nick Warjsser Bikini Co INCORPORATED NJfOYc nuSH AtIpIOAIV 888ii I i BE SURE TO CALL FOR 1 McKENNAI WHISKY I IT IS ALWAYS PURE McKenna Distiller FairfieldiIH J MJ CANNON P CANNON JR H M WOLTRING R B BANNON Pres Mgr VleiPr t Secretary Treasurer Bannon Sewer Pipe I Co B Salt Glazed Sewer and Culvert Pipe Bannons Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits Wall Coring Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving BricK v Fire Proofing Flue Pipe Flue Lining Fire nti Grate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified SidewalK Brick OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON TEtBPIONBS73- WORKS lath and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Oct pth and lothT- BUJPHONB 2833 I n n +++ry Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 t t t t t t t + d 4+ HIDHI Funeral Directors andd Embalmers IBoth Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET N+++++++++++1+++++++++++ + H + HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East 3MCoixx Street J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 t TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS crrt5iffSIlhedol 1531 W MARKET STREET THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All cans promptly attended to day or night carriages furnUbed for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville hospitalforepileptic patients Both male and female i patients are admitted Rates very teas enable For further particulars apply fO MOTHER MARY REGINA flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Arena JefferaoHTllle lad Alive your boys as edaeatlos that will prepare then fir life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway LoMtovlll Ky Conducted tLeXimbiaBrothera OwafctV a MmUSe aa4 B wia M Co rasa frejw Da VMtMort XiUM 8wi ialB If Prol flriiU ywuMa xJa+a i PETER MARDRIOT 8 SONS WAGONG N MANUFACTURERS Carriage Retiring and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET HENRY AI J1PULSIP U DYER AND CLEANeR Ladles and Gents Wearing Apn IJ WORK 8UARANTEED- phoa du 521 Fifth StreeQ Old lid Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGEff- C 1 t C n UIS WABNITZ CO ProUltrs SSg FIFTH STREET HIBERNIANS IWbat They Have Been Doing itbe Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Division 1 will nominate and elect officers Friday night Every mem ber who can should attend this meetingDivision 2 of Washington at its last meeting made a generous donation for the benefit of St Joseph Orphan Asylum of that city Through the efforts of the District officers the study of Irish history has been introduced in a number of Washingtons parochial schools Division 1 of Boston will have its annual entertainment of Irish music and a smoke talk on Sunday afternoon and evening December 20 The new quarters of Division 4 in Bertram Hall are being improved and will present a nice appearance when the members meet there Monday night The Ladles Auxiliary of South Boston has arranged for a barn dance for December 10 They will make this the greatest of their many unique entertainments Following the nomination of offi cers for Division 1 at Syracuse last Monday night a splendid literary and givenLight ing to a close Division 37 and the Ladles Aux of Fitchburg Mass have com 11Ilary in securing Daniel Sully who at the Cummings Theater for their benefit in his new play The Golden Rule i ADD HIBEKNIANS Division 7 of Syracuse held its an nual election of officers Thursday i evening The rivalry was keen for several offices Refreshments were served after the meeting The Ladles Auxiliary of Syracunc are preparing to give n euchre and I dance in honor of the Onondaga i County Board on the evening of January 15 The event promises to be one of the most pleasing social events of the season I Ilhe Ladies Auxiliary of Scranton is making extensive preparations for the fitting celebration of St Bridgets day February 3 St Bridget is the patroness of the Ladles Auxiliary and it is the Intention to make the commemoration I daysI PresIdent Dr Patrick F Martin of Baltimore star- Red Washington recently and ex I Itended an invitation to the divisions ilii that city to come to Baltimore and participate in the unveiling of the monument erected to the memory of Rev Father Manning the I MarylandI G at Syracuse conferred the first and sec lond degrees on seven candidates at moretIiliberniansI j madejspeeches conplimentary A social session followed and cakes and ice cream were served to all assembledThe of the Ladles Aux- ilIary of Milwaukee last week dis cussed The Strength and Weak ness of the Sinn Fein Theory After a full and free discussion the mem hers voted to indorse the present Parliamentary movement and deplored I the weakness of the Sinn Fein faction but at the same time admitted that the Sinn Feiners artactuated by patriotic motives PRIEST BURNED TO DEATH Rev Father Joseph Buck one of JosephsAcademyburned to death in a disastrous fire adjoinlog last Saturday The monetary loss will exceed 100000 Father Buck exerted himself in saving the lives of the inmates of the academy and was cut off from escape Ills charred remains were found in the ruins of the burned building CARDINALS ANSWER Cardinal Gibbons when asked for his opinion of the action of President Roosevelt in having the motto In God We Trust omitted from the new 10 gold coins at first said he did not care to discuss the matter and then added It is better to sail on a ship under an experienced captnlnedbyLet us still trust in God whether the motto is on the coin or not SWEEPING DECISION According to Associated Press dis patches Justice OGorman of the Supreme Bench has rendered a de cision which if enforced will put the Sunday theaters entirely out of busi ness in New York City lIe declares that every form of Sunday stage entertainment is a clear violation of the law There is no appeal from his decision And the theatrical managers can only obtain relief through new legislation PREMIER IS BETTER HenryCampbellPremier Is feeling much better as a result of his trip to the continent Ho has left Paris for Biarrntz and his stay aboard will doubtless continue until time for the opening of Parlia ment The same dispatches hint at WinstonChurchillSouth Arnica is tipped for a Secre taryship IRISH TOBACCO In consequence of the remission of the inland revenue tax a great re vival has taken place in tobacco growing in Ireland The weed is now TlkennyWexfordCork Cigars made in Ireland and from Irish tobacco are a curiosity now but soon promise to be a genuine commercial product II DEAD PRELATES STATUE NOw Jersey Catholics are prepar 1I 1 ing to unveil the statue of thellate I SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O IiD- IVISION 1 Meets oin the Second and Fourth Frli day Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas D Clines Vice President James J Kilkell y Recording Secretary Thom Keenan Jr- Financial SecretaryP J Cuslck Courthouse Treasurercharles J Flncgan- Sergeantatarms James Doran DIVISION 2 eets on the First and Th1rd Fridaj Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna TreasurerOwen Keiran Recording SecretarYJoseph T Lynch oancial6ecretaryJohn T Klan eYe D1VISON 3 Meets on the First and Third Thurs day evenings of Each Month North east corner of Seventeenth and Main PresidentJames Coleman Vice PresidentPhil Cavanaugh Recording Secretary John Morris Financial Secretary John llession 1714 Baird street Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sergeantatarms Thomas Noon DIVISION 4 Meets second and fourth Mondays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Walnut President Joseph P McGinn Vice President Stephen J IcEJ liott Recording Secretary Frank P Burke Financial Secretary W J Con nelly 100 Seventh street Treasurer Joseph L Lenlhan SergeantatArmsUobert Mitchell Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third rue d1 at Pfaus Hall County PresidentLouis Constan UnelresldentrJolm Kennedy Vice PresidentB Coyle Recording Secret tryT OHern Financial SecretaryJ E Murphy Treasurer Michael Kinney Marshall M Garrlty Banner BearerJ G Cole Y 3VI I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Event gs at Club- House 530 Twentysbrth Street PresidentBen J and First Vice President John T Ken ney Second Vice PresidentFrank Lan sham Recording Secretary Ben Reed Financial Secretary Frank G Adams 2141 Rowan street Corresponding Secretary Joseph J HancorkTreasurerDaniel W Weber Marshal John Humphrey Inside Sentinel Adolphns Andrlot Outside Sentinel4rge Bartsch 7 Monsignor George Hobart Doano The monument is erected in Rector Park Newark N J and will be un veiled December 12 Former United States Senator Smith will make the presentations speech and the gift will be accepted by Mayor Baussung Buussung Mgr Doane was a brother of the present Episcopal Bishop of Albany OWENSBORO KNIGHTS Held B19 MeetlnQand Elected New Men iAs Officers Owcnsboro Council Knights of Columbus elected officers at a meet Ing held Tuesday night The attend ance wus large and the members completelistI Grand KnightWIlliam Danhaucr Deputy Grand Knight Marshall Barrow Recording Secretary C B Clark Financial Secretary Albert Oberst KellyWarden Chancellor La Vega Clements Treasurer Ieter Gropp Owensboro Council is made up of the best men In Davless and McLean counties It numbers on its rolls lead Ing professional and business men including lion V1L OUryan Mayor of Owensboro Ron Ln Vega Clements the new Chancellor is one of the noted orators of the order and has given lectures on popular subjects under the auspices of the councils in Kentucky Tennessee Indiana and Illinois He is now at work on n new lecture entitled Alexander Hamilton WOMAN OF INTEREST NewYork Centenarian Tell of Years of Long Ago Mrs Betsy Gage a centenarian resident of New York is certainly a enrlynineteenthtury She retains possession of oil her mental faculties and tells inter byMrsCitytoyears old and later embarked In the millinery business She tells interest Ing anecdotes of the late Alexander Stew rt the merchant prince who was the founder of the American de partment store The centenarian de clares that Stewart came i from Ireland in the steerage and An his arrival in New York boarded It the same house with her IHs firttt oc cupation alas that of peddling laces IdIngdry1 In those early days Mrs Gage avers that there were no publi con veyances In New Yorknot en a stage let alone a railroad tralnl Itwas customary then for New for ers togathera saWestern V snuff onnn a IRELAND Record of the non Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Purchase agreements have been assigned by the tenants on Col Forbes estate at Anna uff County Leltrim The tenants on the estate of the DallJeuhl1lCount preliminaryof their holdings under the land act r longillnessMagistrateforClare Magistrate Browne who had passed his seventieth year was connected with several Limerick and Clare families Dents Doyle has given the follow ing notice of motion for the next meeting of the North Dublin nunId Inns That In future tile mil corn and lion the English crown I or any such foreign emblems shall not appear on any stationery used by this bonrd Two young men of the farming class named John Lane of Clash and Cornelius Wren of Bogmount County Limerick were arrested in connection with an alleged moon lighting raid of the house of Ancns I CIIISIlaboulwho is the iiither of one of the no cused I Joseph Kdelstein a young Dublin Jew who is an enthusiastic home ruler and supporter of the Gaelic League delivered a remarkably able and eloquent address on the Gaelic League at a meeting of the Dublin and County Liberal Association John Gibson presided and prominent among those present were members communityII occurred hoyleyI iArmiigh Wendy C Castleblnney rail way It appear some wagons full of earth and stones were being shunted and these in some unac countable manner got into motion with the result that Doyle was jammed in between buffers After much difficulty the poor fellow was positionInI The solemn ceremony of the trans lation of the venerable relic of StttItrigld tool place at St llrlgids church at IFaughart on Sunday reliquary containing the relic ThoII carried round the church in slon consisting of acolytes and priests headed by Ills Kmlnence Cardinal Logue who deposited t huncath the high altar High mas followed Ithe celebrant being IJev K Clarke of Dundalk deacon Itev II Quinn S M sub dcncoa IJev E Hayes S MI with Iev M J Quinn of Dundalk us the master of cere presidediAssisttint J Corcoran S MI There was a large II- IIpresentIJohn 1arnan oc curred at his residence at Broom field Cast leblayney at tin age of seventyeight years Deceased who was fatherI of Itime Jlev Peter Kariinn of Garrison hind been in indifferent I health for many months ana for some weeks prior to the end was confined to bed Dtwplte all thlltII medical skill and kind nursing could peacefnl1J and family and fortified with the last rites of the church Mr Karnun who belonged to a very old and re spectable family was a gentleman of the highest rectitude of charac ter lie possessed many sterling qualities timid was esteemed and respected by nil who knew him Widespread regret was felt in and around Dundalk when the news MaryGabrielI vent at Dungunnon had breathed her last Mother Mary Gabriel was daughter of the late Brian Clarke of Dundalk and sister of Itev John Clarke and llev Matt Clarke O M 1 She entered Dundalk Convent some twenty years ago after having completed her education In St invents school and in course of time was professed and entered on the duties performconducted by then After some years when the new house of the order was established at Dungannon Sister Mary Gabriel was one of those selected for the new foundation I A very melancholy fatality occurred in the townlancl of Kilcreavcy about two miles from Keady It appears that a farmer named James McQuade who resides at Kilcreavey with his son James and two daughI ters Mary Anne and Maggie retired to bed as usual on Sunday night last prcIousl charcoal in the sleeping room which had recently been built and with no ventillation The following morning a neighbor named Hose McQuade noticing no signs of life about the andsforced the door open On gaining admission it was sound that Mary Anne aged about twentysix years was quite dead and that the re mainder of the family were lying In an unconcions condition suffering I from suffocation Later the sou sue cumbed EAGLES MINSTRELS Louisville Aerie 332 Fraternal Order of Egles announce that they will give refined minstrel performances at Macauleys Theater on Sunday afternoon and night Decem ber 15 The afternoon performance will begin at 215 oclock and the evening entertainment at 815 The Eagles hove many talented per formers In their ranks and a pleasing afternoon or evening is promised all who attend Xi KNIGHTS ARE DOOMING The Knights of St John seem to be thriving in the East as well as in Louisville At a meeting held in Manchester N IT recently thirteen candidates were voted upon and nine new members sere iakeq into the order Degree blaster rUiur Moquin conferred the honors on the new Knights Before the meeting closed fifteen applications for membership it were received Louisville command cries ivill haves lo bustle to beat this 0 FRANK FEHR BREWING CO po Brewers and Bottlers LOTTISVTLLE KT Cumb Phone lain 1913 Home Phone 1913 THE WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINK Hofbrati and Pilsener Beer BREWED B- YSENNACKERMAN BREWING COMPANY ZNOORPORATKD TELEPHONE 452 LOUISVILLE XS KY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly agedtLEPHONE It3E3a Louisville Branch Fourteenth and Jefferson Sts ASIA FOR FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE TOME PHONE 7569 CUMB PHONE WEST 69 JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY ASK FOR DIERSENSFINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE OHNFOERTELCOWCOgPOR- Ai6DBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue i BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8 TO 6 9 TO 12 DONT YOU WANT 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 OR H J COUDHMAN Dentist OFFICE 542 FIFTH STREET EEMANN BEOSI IMPORTERS fiNE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Zen tacky Whiskies especially v PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND felcphoae 1948 234 Sixth Street Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER W Mug and Dressing Ladies and A Childrena SPecialty OIBa fjW6W StCath ria BothPnoniw 1 I IfORGET That frost or freezing weather dots not hourshasbeen atbe1 Kentucky Wall Plaster C INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook and Riverr Louisville 1 Wallteri WINES LIQUORS VALS SALOOVAL LESTER PrM Hot Lunch every morning U to 1230 oclo- cktiff w GR Wl3 r IISURPRISE SPECIAL SALE No 414 AT THE BIG STOREHIGH CLASS WINTER OVERCOATS FOR MEN Fine quality overgarments in all the very latest models The materials are fine allwool Meltons Kerseys Thibets and Fancy Overcoatings on sale one week beginning today Saturday 12 Iftt THE BIG STOREMIL- TONy M MARBLESTONE CO 424 West Market St Between 1Fourth and Filth Clearance Sale To Make Room 4fORBIG SHIPMENT OF SELECT HOLIDAY PIANOS Owing to the fact that we have placed a very large order for HOLIDAY PIANOS and expect them in a very short time we now offer at an exceedingly low price for cash or easy payments if desired the following wellknown makes slightly used WILLARD Upright 165 KURTZMANN Upright 150 SCHUBERT Upright 195 ARMSTRONG Upright 170 ELLINGTON Upright 155 THEO GREEN Upright 145 The Largest Piano Stock in the South t MONTENEQRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated O08O80 FOURTH AVENUE These Frosty MorningsA- re delightful Mulloys Teas and Coffees are delicious every morning afternoon and evening in the yea- rSPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR soc 4Scexcellent MULLOYCOFFEE X13 W lIARKET STREET nnnnnnnnn nnnn nnn n i HOLIDAY TOYSS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AT o DERR BROS 1w5cand lOc Store 339 Fourth Avenue 353 W Jefferson St Largest 5c and lOc Store in the South Our stock is the most complete ever seen in Louisville and includes everything for Christmas and New Years presents and decorations See what we have before making your purchases L 8I8 S8M TUB Giias fl Rogers BOOK corf PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES jj TO SUIT EVERY TASTE Give VB a cal and inspect our line of goods They are the fffinest of their kind in the city BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES IOP EVERY DESCRIPTION 9tS5t TOT Joffersort Street g i 8 sQUICK MEAL GAS RANGES For many years the Quick Meal has been universally acknowledged as the best gas range in the market They cook quickly bake excellently and on account of their patent air burners consume less gas than any other They are more p easily cleaned and are made to last TheC new improvements this year will keep itC in the front rank Having made iour 1907 contract before the advance in pricesii of all iron goods we are able to sell at old prices GEHER SON 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND t ra rnur i+ Vvht t niit70 X00 LARGEST AND BESTIN THE CITY L UNITED LAUNDYCOii Incorporated HAND WORK A SPECIALTY moOr GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 1188493732 TN SHEPARD pruldtnl MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN 1 Ibert T Schranz Co REAL ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES H lMONEY TO LOANOEMMN 21y JMI fIt Law life Cuter mi OuIi s rn Ii 3 3II i JNSU5West Market West 328 Street MARKET StreetINCORIiINconponATI Wood to Burn New Goods Just Received BeautifulI i Designs Lowly Priced A large shipment of woodtoburn has just been received The designs are distinctly new and by far the most I attractive that we have ever had the pleasure of showing The outlines are clearly stamped the wood pure white without flaws and the articles are made in a strong substantial manner These goods are on sale at prices well worth Investigating 33 12x8 Oval and 5 12 inch 12x7inch Picture Frames I Round Plaques price each 5cprice each 15c 6x10 and 7x8 12 Ovaland1 8 Oval Plaques inch Round Plaques price each 1 Oc13x19inch 45c 7x11 12 Oval and 9x12 Ob Round long Plaques price each 5c18inch Plaques price 50c i11 12 Round Plaques price Boxeseach18 45c7x912I each i 5Oc8x10i i I 75ceacheach13x19 Oval Plaques price l2x 11 12 Sewing Boxes 95ceach 35cprice each ee 0 o OO WHAT IS WRONG Something Is Amiss In the Management of Water Company After many charges of graft cor ruption and negligence in the con duct of the Louisville Water Com pany the Board of Waterworks seem to have laid themselves liable to as much criticism as the old Board of Directors ever were subjected to Recently the commission appointed to examine into the workings of the former Board of Directors gave that body a clean bill of health and said that the new filter plant was tho finest in the country and worth the money Now comes Sebastian Zorn President of the Board of Water works and declares that water is too cheap and he proposes to in crease the profits of the Louisville Water Company by decreasing the paymentThough been made public it is said that there has epistlesbetweenident Zorn on the proposed decrease in discounts The Louisville Water Company moreover resists the payment of taxes to the city The bills would increase the citys revenue 35000 per annum The Water Com ipany really belongs to the city and Louisville has to pay State taxes on its property yet the present board wants to hog all the revenue Many persons believe an investigation is in order UNITY ELECTS New Albany Y M I Prepare For Another Prosper ous Year Unity Council Y M I held its annual election at its hall in New Albany last Tuesday night The at tendance was unusually large and the interest in the majority of the contests was great The new offi cers are RingenbergFirst Second Vice President Jacob RennRecording and Corresponding Sec retary William C nil Financial SecretaryiFranlc Zoel lerTreasurerCharles F Pfeffcr Marshal John A Smith Inside Sentinel James OrHara Outside Sentinel Louis Glass Medical Examiner Dr John A Gatterer Executive Committee Charles Skelly Emil Dnpaquier James Ashn branner William Soergcl anti John A GardnerPresident James OHara presided and would have been nominated for reelection had he not been ineligible an account of having served two consecutive terms instead he was chosen Inside Sentinel The election presidencyismembers of the council and is in line DelegateJallagllerthe last Grand Council of the Indiana jurisdiction As a compll nent to faithful servants Frank Seller William C nil and Charles F feffer were reelected to their respective offices The present Entertainment Com iilttee will make its final report at the last meeting in December and will turn over a neat sum to the councils treasury A new Entertain nent Committee will be named early n January and the council is prepared to enjoy a prosperous new year PRO3IINENT MEN SERVED Our esteemed contemporary The saysDlnfilauded lame men danced and a itatc Senator and a Chicago Alder nan acted Ills waiters at a dinner given to 200 elderly men and women ast week at the Home of the Little Sisters of the Poor in Chicago Tho llnner was the Tast of the exercises jommemor tlng the fiftieth anniversary of the Holy Familychurch lad in long white aprons State Senator E J Glacken Alderman homos P Scully William J Ona ban John iVnderson John Wolf Rev J Dumbach S J Edward Kelly and Rev Henry Walters served tlw men and womenq The percentage of crockery breakage was email owing o the adroit system inaugurated Y J j 0 by Father Dumbach and Mr Onalftin The dinner over Miss Anne Dunne aged eightyone danced a reel with George Sheehan aged seventyeight Fancy steps of sixty years ago were shown KNIGHTS I OF COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere Le Moync Council of Syracuse exemplified the first degree on a large class last week The annual ball of Denver Council was held Thanksgiving night Only members of the order and their lady friends gained admission to the ball Seven members were received into the order at the last meeting held in Lowell Mass and District Deputy Edward Arundel delivered the ad dress At the last meeting of Binghamton Council the fourth degree was con ferred on a class of 150 candidates from Horning Cornell Elmira and neighboring towns The council at Trinidad Col will initiate a class of fifty one week from tomorrow Denver Council will confer the first and second degrees and the third will be conferred by a team from Colorado Springs- TIJEATBICAL Williams and Walker heading an aggregation of colored singers pre senting a new play called Bandanna Land a takeoff on an effort to establish a cooperative social settle ment will be next weeks attraction at the Masonic Thcatei The show is said to be a good one Macauleys offering for the first half of next week will be the ever popular Prince of Pilsen the great est comic opera success of recent years It will be presented by a large and capable company that linn won high praise wherever it has ap peared The engagement will be itreat for Louisville music lovers For next week the Mary Anderson announces an all star cast with I Bissctt and Scott singers and danc ers as ncadllners Mile Emmys pets and John Birch the man with the hat will prove numbers of real merit Two sketches and several other high class turns and the an imated pictures complete one of the best vaudeville bills ever seen here A diversity of vaudeville offerings j will be found in the bill arranged by the management of the Hopkins for next week There is comedy danc ing music and most everything else J that goes to make up a typical variety show The programme will 1 conclude with the kinodrome that number having been omitted during the engagement last week of the Orpheum show New and bright moving pictures ore to be IIhoWIltt WAIUSSES SUCCESS sick Warisse the baker at 2500 Griffiths avenue is making great preparations to take charge of his I Christmas trade Thus far several car loads of premiums that are to be distributed among his customers have arrived and the end is not yet Mr Wurisse has always been the friend of the trades union and work I ing man and found out long ago people Insist upon having good thatII As a baker he has no superior peoplehave is quence he enjoys a splendid trade ILLUSTRATED LECTURE I One of the main points in hygiene Is to know what to eat and how to prepare it as pure food is an es senial to health The Bollard na and Company of this city Is do Ting a great work along educational line i in giving free lectures on wheat aw flour These lectures are Illustrated with moving views and cat y the spectators from the won cleof the wheat field to the fin ish d product of the mill This lee turo was given with great success at the Jamestown Exposition during thl past summer The Messrs Birl r- Bollard have generously consented to present their lecture at an early date audiences of Catholic Knights- Y i M Is and Ancient Order of Hibernian The lecture is well i yorth atteadiag I t 1X1- n 1 GALVIN NAMED Irish American Appointed Collector For Sixth Ken tucky District Irish men and women in all parts of the State were pleased to learn that President Roosevelt on Monday named Hon Maurice Qalvin as Collec tor of Internal Revenue in the Sixth district The appointment was an nounced Monday and was made on tho recommendation of Richard Ernst who is the Sixth district rep resentative on the Republican State Central Committee- Mr Galvin has been the Common wealths Attorney at Covington for several years and is an able lawyer Ho was strongly indorsed and has the good will of the Democrats OB well as the Republicans On Monday President Roosevelt summoned the four Republican Congressmen from Kentucky and told them why lie in Theyhadappointment was made at once Col lector Galvin entered upon his duties immediately It is more than prob able that John B ONeal will be appointed to succeed Mr Galvin as Commonwealths Attornev Mr OVseal is well and favorably known to members of the Louisville bar and frequently comes here to practice in the Federal Court BUSY NIGHT Ladles Auxiliary Elected Officers and Prepare For Next Year The Hibernian Ladies Auxiliary met in regular session at their hall Seventeenth and Main streets Wednesday night and elected officers for the coming twelve months The attendance was large and one new members was admitted The com plete list of new officers is as fol lowsPresidentMiss SweeneyViceRileyRecording KingFinancial MaggieCallahanCallahanTreasurerMrs DoughertySergeantatArms MnggteCoughlinSentinel Mls Bridget IIanrahan It was determined to give a euchre and social on the date of the second meeting in January The members are also contemplating a fitting celebration of the feast of St Brigid patroness of the order which will Occur In February All members are expected to attend the next meeting December 18 but there will1 be no meeting New Years night DAVID OCONNELL HURT Washington prominent men in Louisville In Irish and Catholic circles had a narrow escape from serious Injury 5n a street car accident Wednesday Mr OConnell was driving down Baxter avenue when one of the Louisville approachedfromunable to stop his car and it struck the vehicle in which Mr OConnell was seated with great violence This wagon the property of the American Laundry Company was reduced to kindling wood and Mr OConnell was hurled to the sidewalk He was able to resume his duties Thursday but very badly bruised WILL ENTERTAIN preparing near future The first will be In the nature of a select dance and will be given at Maple Leaf Hall north west corner Twelfth and Kentucky streets Monday night December 23 he next will be in the nature of a mask and fancy dress ball at Na dorffs Hall northwest corner Eighteenth and Kentucky streets on the night of Tuesday January 21 The members of the band William Kelly Grant Kelly Ernest Horn and Henry Kinkel are well known In local so cial circles NICE GIFT Bernard Hughes of Belfast has presented Most Rev Dr Henry iishop of Down and Connor wfth 125000 for the endowment of a bed n memory pf his father In the Mater Infirmprum Hospital i J Ii hi II JAMES GREENE425 427 AND 429 EAST MARKET STREET I Furniture i Carpets Rugs Stoves Ranges LOWEST PRICES BEST TERMS That offer an opportunity to save 5toVeS money and prepare for cold weather Peninsular Smoke Consuming Direct Draft Heater 20satisfactoryTHE OAK HOT BLAST 50eter 1 PROGRESS OAK 50topt N000000NOOOOON0010NOOONOONN HOLIDAY JEWELRY Come around and see our complete and handsome line of Jewelry for the holidays You can make selections now and on the payment of a small deposit we willreserve articles for you until later Unexcelled line of Diamonds Watches Rings Silverware BRUNN THE JEWELER 530 West Market Street L w a T IOt 16 Per 100 Bushels I We have the most centrally located yards In the city the best coal tho best teams the best drivers and can guarantee the most satisfactory deliveries what more could you as- kSCANLON COAL CO Incorporated Only Local Dealers Handling Original Straight Creek FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET l F SULLIVAN Manage HEADQUARTERS FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season You can always find the best the market affords in Choice Cute of Ileef Spring thecityLOUISVILLE PACHING COMPANYS ONLY 4EyERVFSQ TMa LEATHER riOr Tl i4ge0AIIRENSPffIJ 1LOWYntKY QCts STEVCEB Prtjldeat your MEATS THE ONLY SHOEPOLISH l MADE IN THE SOUTH FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS TypewritingEstablished rf 1 atonetoSpencerian graduates are alwuys in demand COMMERCIAL SCHOOL StreeljTarser DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING I Horses Called For and Delivered OFFice AND FORCE 913915 SEVENTH ST t t t t t+ t t PING WINES OHAIHPAGNFJE AL HOLE f 845 West Green StreetXJQUORB CIQAS8 jt 1It MIt up i 1 n- t