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NI1 I IRISH r 0 1 VOLUME XINO 25 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY DECEMBER 21 1907 PRICE FIVE CENTS BANNER Year For Louisville Hibernians- 1s Just About to Close Prospects For Coming Period Loons Bright oil the Horizon Oldest Benevolent Society In the United States Is Flqurishiug HAS GIVEN MUCH TO CHARITY This has been a banner year for the Ancient Order of Hibernians in Louisville Each of the four divis ions and the Ladles Auxiliary as JOHN M MlLLOY Elected President of Division 1 A O 11 well has increased Its membership and has bettered its financial condition I This smacks well for the spirit iof the Irish people residing in Louis ville It shows that they love the land of their forefathers and its blessed traditions that they act in 01 pplrllbf charity to eacn other and that by becoming members of the order they become better citizens of AmericaII splendidI1loLingeach has elected officer for the year I about to begin Unless all signs fall the order in Louisville during 1903 iwill increase the ratio of member ship and finances over that of 1007 The ladies too have done their share and expect to accomplish even better things after the New Year dawns It means something to belong to the Ancient Order of Hibernians With the exception of the Papacy it is older than any dynasty reigning- in Europe and traces its foundation to Ireland and the year 15C5 A D It was first established in the United States in 183G and antedates any Catholic benevolent society in this country The Order now has 2400 divisions in the United States and Territories and an aggregate mem bership of 200000 Be it said to their credit the Ladles Auxiliaries have a total membership of 60000 To be a Hibernians means to aid in carrying out the corporal works of mercy Its members visit the sick bury the dead comfort the afflicted and cheer each other on the journey through life One must be a Catholic to become a Hibernian and once a Hibernian he becomes a better Catholic During the present year the order in the United States expended approximately 500000 on sick and funeral benefits and 80000 for other L f charitable purposes A great part J of the latter sum went to various churches for memorial altars windows etc In the cause of educa Lion the Ancient Order pf Hibernians blazed the way for other Catholic societies by endowing a chair for 50000 at tha Catholic University at Washington D C In addition the order has encouraged in many com munities the study of the ancient Gaelic Through Its efforts too Congress has appropriated 50000 for a monument to Commodore John Barry the Father of the American navy The order has the encodragement of the Catholic hierarchy and the clergy wherever it has been estab lished Priests and Bishops feel thqt it is a power for good To become n Hibernian you must be first of all a practical Catholic and then of Irish birth or Irish descent through either parent Illbernianism encour ages industry sobriety and patriot ism among its members and stands for equality of opportunity for Irish Catholics in America in all avoca tionsThis Is the era of unionism of combination Workingmen combine for mutual benefit and protection Capital combines that it may get more capital Why then should not men and women of Irish birth and descent combine for mutual social educational and benevolent Interests Louisville Hibernians nrl awake to the issues of the hour and the offi cers Who will guide the various a divisions next year will leave no stone unturned to bring every eligible man into one of its divisions during 1008 The biennial convention of the I order will be held at Indianapolis next July and from now until then it will bo the aim of each Louisville division to chthuse its members to take partr1 the big parade to be 9- 1o held there It is safe to say that Louisville Hibernians will make an excellent showing when they visit the Hoosier capital GRAND CLIMAX Final Meeting of the Cath olic Federation of Pres ent Year The Catholic Federation held its regular meeting Thursday night of ROBERT T BURKE Elected President of Mackln Council- Y M I last week and the attendance was splendid Mrs Margaret Foley pro slued In the absence of Attorney Newton 0 Rogers who was ill She made an excellent presiding officer and displayed a thorough knowledge of Parliamentary law An effort win be made to induce the ladies of the St Elizabeth Society the auxiliary to the Knights of St John to affiliate with the Federation Mrs Foley was appointed to head a com mittee of ladles which will pay a visit to the St Elizabeth Society and set forth the objects of the Federation Hon Edward J McDermott was caled upon and made a brief address and accepted an invitation to address the delegates more at length nt the next meeting The next meeting will be held on the second Thursday in January at which time officers for the ensuing year will be chosen Many new faces are expected to be seen at that meet ing On account of rthe election the customary literary feature will be omittedBefore the meeting closed Magistrate Patrick T Sullivan delivered an able address on the Federation and Its work during the past year He showed that the order had accomplished much good and had secured the affiliation of several Catholic societies and that all were working for the success of Mother Church and the institutions and organi zations that she fostered ANNUAL ELECTION Of Officers at New Haven Includes Familiar Names St Catherines Council Y M I at New Haven Ky has elected the following officers for the year 1DOS Chaplain Very Rev W M Buck manPresidentEdwin C Dawson First Vice President B E Coomes I EDWIN C DAWSON I Catherlne1Iling Recording Secretary Leo NevItt Financial Secretary W J Dawson Assistant Financial Secretary Lawrence Dawson- CorrespondingI SecretaryA Jas per Johnson TreasurerFrank Boone Marshal Matt Witnsett Inside SentinelW W Johnson Outside Sentinel Sidney Hagan Executive CommitteeFrank X Dawson Frank M hayand Joe G Barry t St Catherines Council is one of the leading branches of the order in the State and it is still growing Iti is sound financially as well as strong in membership The onembbrd are contemplating a series of unique entertainments during the forth coming year DONT nOSE BABY Insteadof giving baby medicine of almost any kind rub peppermint oh the little ones stomach and relief will follow colic 0- A U 1 d ELOQUENTLY Did Able Orators Speak On the Churchs Grandest Society Lebanon Vincent ittus Turned Oiit to Attend the llctmlon Louisville Visitors Royally Received in Marlon County CHARITY IS TilE KEYSTONE One of the grandest gatherings that ever assembled In Marlon county Kentucky was that which attended the reunion of St Augustines Con C J FORD Elected President of Division 2 A 0 II QQ- ferenco of the St Vincent de Paul So ciety at Lebanon last Sunday The reunion was held In Masonic Hall In the center of the business district and every inch of floor space was filled The meeting marks a new epoch In the history of St Augustines Conference and the speakers were well pleased with the large attendance and the strict attention accorded them Marlon county has one of the oldest Cathqlic communities In the State and the present members of St Augustines congregation are worthy representatives of their pioneer pa rentsThe meeting began at 2 oclock with the very Rev Father Joseph A Hogarty presiding He made no ad dress but contented himself with In troducing the other speakers The programme was Interspersed with musical numbers that elicited ap HogartytintroducelAttorney ville a veteran Vlncentlan who do livered the principal address of the dayMr Walsh thanked the members of St Augustines Conference for the honor they had shown him In asking him to address them and then explained that people of all classes of all creeds of all nations and In every era had applauded charity even though they failed to practice it The alms and objects of the St Vincent de Paul Society he said were praise worthy because they were pure and unselfish Then he spoke In part as follows St Paul says that Char ity covers a multitude of sins and again he tells us If we speak In the tongues of men and angels and have not charity we are as sounding brass and tinkling cymbals and are noth ing And In St Matthew Chapter 25 we read Then shall the King say to them that shall be on his right hand Come ye blessed of my Father possess you the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world For 1 was hungry and you gave me to eat I was thirsty and you gave me to drink I was a stranger and you took me In naked and you covered me sick and you visited me I was in prison and you came to me Then shall the just answer him saying Lord when did we see thee hungry and fed thee thirsty and gave thee to drink And when did we see thee a stranger and took thee in or naked and covered thee Or when did we see thee sick or In prison and came to thee And tho King answering shall say to them Amen I say to you as long as you did to one of these my east brethren you did ft to sue This being true we can show how praiseworthy and commendable are all the alms and purposes of this Society of St Vincent de Paul They are all purely charitable and un selfish Week after week the faith ful members go about in the commu nities In which they live seeking those upon whom the hand of afflic tion rests heavily When they find them they do not proceed to Impress their mission or importance upon them nor do they lecture them on account of their frallltles and faults Instead they extend the warm hand of genuine sympathy and proceed at once to relieve them of their Imme diate wants and to console them In their trials My friends YIP all know that In the economy of Providence for I rsY- R reasons best known to its Inscrutable ways all men are not born equal either in temporal or spiritual gifts and blessings It Is therefore or dained by heaven thatthe fortunate should help the unfortunate that the strong should help the weak that the rich should come to the aid of the poor and that those whose lines are cast in plehsant places should help those whose pathways are rough and harp and whose days are dark and drear kHere citizen of the land can perform work as meritorious In the sight of heaven as the hero of a hundred battle fields who plunges through tho smoke of booming cannon and plants his countrys flag upon the ramparts of the enemys citadel Here it is that every one can find plenty 6f good work to do because as Christ said The poor we have always with us No other work in the world shall be better rewarded than work done for the pooriAnd my friends letsme tell you that charity is needed among men in more senses than one and in n higher sense than mere almsgiving We need it in a pleasant smile and word of good cheer that should be given as we pass eachother In our daily intercourse We should strive to make smiles shine like rainbows through the tears of grief and turn the trailing nlsts of sdVrow Into gold We could make this old world of ours much better brighter and grander than it is and this is exactly what the St Vincent de Paul Society Is trying to do It wants us to make our own lives a success by con tributing what we can to the success of others It teaches that this is the best way In the world to prevent our own lives from being failures for no mans life is a failure who has spent It in making others happy- If we devote our lives to the cutlvatlon of that splendid spirit of charity which this society seeks to establish In the world then I warrant you that our lloves will be ai glorious success If we do this then when our little span of life draws to a close and our day Is well nigh spent and we find ourselves face to face with the dread issues of eternity we shall derive more consolation comfort and hope from the memory of the good works we iperformed In this society than from ill the empty works we have performed for mere temporalends Wo shall derive more consolation from the memory of the good we did in this society than from all the wealth we may have gathered or all the honors and applause we may have won In sounding all tho shoals and depths of fortune And when at last the hOU our departure comes we shall sink to slumber and to restaspSaoefiiilyaBn rosy star of twilight descends Into the dark Mr Walshs address was received with great applause and his remarks on charity made a profound Impres slon on all assembled Rev Father William Hogarty a brother of the Reverend Chairman was the second speaker He not only Indorsed what Mr Walsh had said but he advised every man in St Au gustines congregation to become a member of the St Vincent de Paul Society He spoke of the necessity for sUch an organization in Lebanon and reminded his audience that poor people were to be found In every communityLast by no means least was heard Father B F Logan O P the Very Reverend Prior of St Louis Bertrands Convent Louisville Father Logan asked to be the last speaker since the multiplicity of du ties at home had prevented him from preparing a set address and he de D J DOUGHERTY Elected Treasurer Divislon 3 A O H sired time to collect his thoughts With rapt attention more than 500 Catholic men and women drank in every word uttered by the eloquent Dominican He told of the founda tion of the St Vincent de Paul Society in France of Its humble begin ning of the sacrifices made by Its founder and his confreres He traced In graphic language the history and progress of the society throughout France and then through other coun tries in Europe Thence turning his attention to the United States Father Logan dwelt with fervor on the progress that the organization had made- In this country and how its confer ences had been established through out tho length and breadth of the land Nor did he forget Kentucky and her splendid conferences in every part of the State He spoke with pride of his own conference at St Louis Bertrands St Patricks the Cathedral Sacred Heart and other Louisville conferences He urged his hearers who were dwelling in the cradle of Catholicity to make St Au gustlnes one of the banner confer ences of the State After the meeting the speakers were entertained at supper by Father Joseph Hogarty who complimented them on the success of their efforts Father Logan and Mr Walsh were re ceived and entertained during their stay by the following committee Messrs W Elterkley Judge J P Thompson John Barr G T Sans bury R G Gpodln Judge H W J ives and Jl Raley o HISTORIC Christmas in American History sad Liberty Is That of 1770 Washington Crossed Delaware and Struck Mighty Blow For Liberty Took Advantage of British Security and Blbnlons Hessians A NOTED DEED OF DARING Americas most historic Christmas is now 131 years old It might be termed the anniversary of the birth of the Nation as well as the birth of PATRICK T SULLIVAN Elected President of Division 3 A O II tthe Saviour Were It not for tho fact that Washington crossed the Delaware on Christmas day in 1776 and captured Trenton this might never have been an independent na tl6n we might still be under the tyranny of England WashingtonsLonrIslandJerseysCornwallispursuitWashingtonDecember 2 and prepared to cross to Pennsylvania The American commander collected all the boats he could find and on December 7 led his forces to the Pennsylvania side of the river The boats lie was unable to hide were burned sp that when Cornwallis reached Trenton he was without means to follow the American army The British General determined thereupon to wait until the Delaware river froze and settled Ills army down to camp Mild weather prevailed for a fortnight and thus aided the Continental commander in garrisoning Pennsyl vania forts and disposing of his little advantageItto cross the river and hurry on to Philadelphia to capture the Capital of the American patriots and iby the way the fall of that city seemed so imminent that the Continental patriots in Congress retired to Baltimore Cornwallis was so sure that he went to New York and intended to sail for England on the first out going vessel t The term for which many of Washingtons men had enlisted would expire within ten days many discouraged patriots were goingover to the enemy and the American command felt that it was time to strike a decisive blow or else the cause would be lost Isis little army was encamped at Newton Pa The British garrison at Trenton under Col Roll consisted of 1500 Hessians and several troops of British light horse Washington knew that the Hessians would indulge in liberal potations in celebration of Christmas and proposed to give them a surprise IlehadartilleryChristmas the weather grew much colder and a blizzard of sleet and snow while it hampered the movements of the American patriots served to screen them from the enemy on the eastern bank of the river The blizzard continued through Christmas day and night The boats previously hidden on the Pennsylvania bank of the Delaware river were collected and the Con tinentals began to embark about dusk The river Ivas full of floating- Ice but the boats were guided by expert New England boatmen under command of Col Glover It was close to midnight when Gen Washington and the last of his officers set out for tIle opposite bank but owing to nforseen difficulties it was 3 oclock in the morning before all of the American army was safely landed The illustrious Washington divided his army Into two forces one to i march down the river road and at tack the city from the vest the other to enter Trenton from the north He made his officers set their watches by his so that the attack be made simultaneously at all points It was 8 oclock when tho enemys outposts were encountered and driven in firing from behind trees and fences as they ran Col Rail who had been left in charge by Cornwallis had been up all night carousing and playing i cards Before he could buckle on his swore and rally his demoralized forces the British light horse and 500 Hessians had taken flight Col Knox who had charge of Washing n tons artillery planted his cannon to sweep the principal streets and the completeCoJbut before he tiled he surrendered his sword to Gen Washington The Americans took over 1000 prisoners and captured many cannons and hundreds of stands of arms Corn wallis delayed his trip to England and five days later surrendered to Washington at Yorktown His sur render while it did not end tho war meant the ultimate defeat of English rule over the States that formed the UnionHence it is that every American WILL P MDONOGH Elected President Satolli Council- Y M I t boy and girl is celebrating on this Christmas a patriotic as well as a religious anniversary DEVILS BIT Tradition Handed Down From Centuries Long Since Past Every acre of ground in Ireland has some tradition just as every foot of it has been made sacred by the blood of saints and martyrs One of these traditions concerns ale mountain in Clare known as The Devils Bit It has been handed down to us boybeingof the Irish intended to chew up the taldnlrbItrout a droppedIllswhere it now lies and is known as the Rock of Cashel Your Irish guide will show you the mpression left by the devils teeth in the side of the mountain and show you to a nicety how the Rock of Cashel will fit into the niche in the Devils Bit Both of these places nre famed in Irish song and story and there are many in America who are proud to confess that they were born near the Devils Bit or close to the Rock of Cash- elROMES NEW MAYOR Is Opposed to All Things That Church Stands For Ernest Nathan the new Mayor of Rome is a Hebrew toy heredity and practice His election us chief civil officer of the capital of the Christian world was brought about by a coalition of all the anticlerical parties JAMES B KELLY Elected President of Trinity Council Y M I 88In this Eternal City According to the clerical papers of Rome Mayor Nathan is opposed to everything that the Catholic church stands for His family has lived in Italy many years and his ancestors were among the foremost in upholding the causeI of United Italy the cause that made Plus IX of blessed memory a prisoner and robbed the church of her Papal States Mayor Nathan like many of hIs race is a scholar as the world goes Ho is described as tranquil resourceful and possess lug a dominating individuality Verily there appears to be gloomy times in store for the Catholics f Rome and just now there seems to be little chance for the Clerical party to help itself out of the present ourHolythe axiom God will provide GRANDEUR Of the Scenery Along Magellan Straits Battles All Descriptionw Seamanship of Admiral Evans and Subordinates Will Be Tested Doughty Naval hero Has No 4 Fears For Ills Great Fleet EXTREMELY TORTUOUS PASSAGEr I The eyes of America if not of the entire world are now turned toward the Atlantic ocean where the greater part of the United States navy is JOIN II HENNESSY Elected President of Division 4 a A O H mustered for its sail to the Pacific coast under command of Admiral Evans familiarly known as Fightin-g Bob The intinerary includes a stops at Trinidad Rio Janiero Punta Arenas Callao and Magdalena Bay It will remain from five to eleven daynGeachtot thQSe pointsThel severest test to which the seamanship of Admiral Evans and his subordinate commanders will be put will be on the passage through the Straits of Magellan It will be remembered that some years ago he hurried the Yorktown through this narrow pas tlgo to the support of the Baltimore + which was at Valparaiso Chile with part of the crew murdered by Chilean mobs and the two nations on the verge of war In his book A Sailors Log Admiral 9 Evans gives a graphic descrip ion of his trip through the narrow passage of Magellan Nearing Cape Virgin the Admiral then a commander wrote In his logeve found a magnificent great iron ship smashed to pieces and turned upon her beam ends It was a painful sight as we came by some poor fellow no doubt running in a gale and thick weather and 200 yards more would have taken him clear At early daylight again underway standing for Sandy point where Ianchored at 4 p m thor oughly worn out and nearly frozen to death by a gale from such awful snow clad mountains that I was nearly congealed and unfit for work I could see glaciers forty miles lintin the sun Our run through the tropics had unfitted us for this sort Of weather and our suffering WaS very con siderable I remained at Sandy point from sundown one day until 3 a m of the next when 1 again drove ahead at thirteen knots speed The scenery was grand beyond anything I had ever seen but it was fearfully cold and blowing such a howling gale that I could not enjoy it as I would have if I had not been compelled to face it nil the time That night we found an anchorage in a snug little hole in Smyths channel and had a comfortable night surrounded by such mountains of snow and Ice as Switzerland never dreamed of Directly east of us was a magnificent mountain as large as all Switzerland and a pure clean white to the very top where the outline was as sharp ns broken gloss and in the front facing us a glacier thirty miles long As the sun sej the light on the blue crystal ice vrm a sight to be remembered and silence most deliciousone c have cut it with a knife It Was dense In the early morning 2 a m daylightwe were under way and again driving north through Smyths channel which was much more beau tiful than the Magellan strait There was hardly a moment when we wer out of sight of a glacier as 31 twisted and turned through tortoiis channel but always the J biting bitter cold Our second and last night in tl inland sea We found a most bcautlj spot for the night about sixty mil south of the English narrows whj are the terror of all navigate When our anchor was down we col just swing clear of the rocks wM rose 1600 to 3000 feet straight and down all around us wifl magnificent waterfall plmost or stern It was as if wo had J dropped Into a well only our I roundings were perfect At can our stopping places the men iJand put up our headboard be the name ot the ship date e Continued On Seventh Pag I a J L r Va + + C NTUCKY XRXSH wERIO t STEWART DRY GOODS CO Business Established Sixty Years sirCHINA AND CUT GLASS Basement MAN HANDSOME CHRISTMAS PRES ENTS MAY BE SELECTED FROM THESE CHINA AND CUT GLASS SPECIALS AT A GREAT SAVING French English and Japanese Cups and Saucers regular 75c valueSpecial price SOc r French English and Japanese Plates regu lar 75c valueSpecial price 50c each Handsome line of Jardinieres in four differ ent decorations regular 200 values Specially priced at 1 00 YSpecial in 100pc set of American Porce lain Dinner Sets pink spray decorations gold edges regular 1500 valuesSpec ially priced at 1000 Special in 100pc set of Chas Field Havi land China Dinner Sots pink spray decorations gold handles regular 3100 value Specially priced at 2500 Cut Glass Sugar and Creams regular 325 values Specially priced at 250 Rich American Cut Glass Bowls 8inch size regular 350 value Specially priced at 250- BOOKS Main Floor BOOKS FOR THE HOLIDAYS AN INTERESTING AND AMUSING GIFT FOR BOTH YOUNG AND OLD The line of Holiday Books is complete and embraces a broad range of Literature from the Childs Picture Book to complete works of Standard Authors CHILDRENS BOOKS Pictuie1 Books the New Roosevelt Bear Story Books for Girls and BoysEditha Series for Girls Laddie Series for Boys The Little Colonel Books Henry SA ies for Boys Books for grownups The Late Novels Books of Fiction Relig ious Books Poems by Celebrated Authors and the complete works of Standard Authors Subscriptions taken for the Ladies Home Journal STORE OPEN AT NIGHT UNTIL CHRISTMAS Ineorporitd M WITH fc C4 Y8RK The Dominican Knights and Ladles Doing Well Branch 4 Catholic Knights and Ladies of America which is located in St Louis Bertrands parish has elected new officers for the ensuing year This is one or the pioneer branches of the order and now num MICHAEL McDERMOTT erected President of Branch 4 C K and L of A and Supreme Dele gate to Kansas City Convention M xx x x xxx X bers 109 members Since its organization it has done an untold amount of good and at the same time has been remarkably fortunate in losing low members by death All of the unlbers are working haul for the Kiess of the order The new offir as follows Director Very Rev B F pgan j President Michael McDermott Vice President John J Score Financial SecretaryJohn Baker Recording John J lIen Rachel Tlmmoni teilinel Harry M J Walsh legate to the Supreme Convene Michael McDermott alternate D Rudd ranch 4 meets the second and irth Thursday of each month Mr McDermott declared after the Sting of 4 Catholic and Ladles of America I to my friends who elect President end I am doubly to those who stood by mo roe delegate to the Su I have no ill will my opponent nor his support to do all I can for tho now and in the future W ALBANY KNIGHTS wards I 1jXIDrbtl e DRY CO r Business Established Sixty Years 1f Selection of Christmas Presents in Mind That I of Quality Appreciated Every one Quality in a gift no matter whether it costs much or little A gift se lected at the New York Store where quality reigns is sure to be The Special Priced Items lend many helpful hints to the holiday giver GLOVES I Main Floor EXTENSIVE SHOWING OF HOLIDAY GLOVES FOR MEN Mens Tan Pique and Heavy Outseam Cape Gloves silk 125 pair Mens Tan French Lamb Gloves full pique wnSpe cial 150 pair Mens Real Cape Gloves outseam sewn self embroid ery brown gunmetal and tan regular and cadet sizeSpecial 200 a pair Perrins Real Kassan Cape Gloves full pique and out seam handsewn correct tan shadesPrice 225 pair- Perrins Real Russian Kazan Gloves handsewn beau t- J tiful 250 pair Perrins Real French Kid Gloves full pique finest qual ity tan shades all sizesPrice 250 pair STEWART SPECIAL Mens Imported Real French Kid Gloves full pique shades of tan all sizesSpecial 225 pair Stewart Special Gloves for Children Imported English Cape full pique Sizes 000 to IPrice 125 pair Sizes 2 to 6Price 150 pair Toys Dolls Books L STEWART DRY CO i CONNECTION JAMES McCEEElY NEW PROMISING BRANCH IIIare Secretary messyTreasurerMLss Brady- geantetArms fits STEWART GOODS In the Always Bear Gifts Are Most appreciates appreciated following embroiderySpecial qualityPrice beautiful GOODS of St John New Albany one of the I most flourishing commanderics I chosenItheThe Vety Rev K M Faller Spiritual Director Rev George C Borries Chaplain Julius Miller President Wendell Zeller First Vice President Philip Obenhausen Second Vice Pres ident Frank Denser Secretary John Husson Treasurer Anton Schmidt Guard Trustees Joseph Morthorst ThomaK Ott Theodore Klppercr Frank Ritz and Fred Web Uniform Rank Captain John Hus son First Lieutenant Julius Miller Second Lieutenant Philip Oben hausen Delegates to District convention Julius tiller and Carl Earing GREAT PROGRESS Is Being Made In PJans For- St Anthonys Coming Fair The ladies and gentlemen who have interested themselves in the forth coming old ashioned fair for St Anthonys Hospital are sanguine of success and have the preliminary arrangements in excellent shape The fair will be held at Phoenix Hill Park during lnellatter part of January The ladles held a general meeting Sunday afternoon and the various committees reported progress The attendance was large and all present were enthusiastic over the prospects It developed that more interest was being taken in the coming bazar than in any entertainment ever under taken for St Anthonys Hospital Monday night a general meeting of the men interested in the enter prise was held and like the ladles the men were all enthusiastic So I manydetnUslit was quite late when the meeting adjourned Both the ladies and gentlemen re ported that many wholesale and re tail merchants had been generous in their donations and that a number profferedtheIring the booths etc The next general meeting of the ladles will be l eld January 12 The meetingDecembermeeting of ladles and gentlemen will be held at Phoenix Hill to locate the various booths tables and refresh ment stands WITH TRINITY COUNCIL Trinity Council Y M L held its butIwas Joseph ling occupied the choir and disposed of such matters as came up with his I usual grace and dignity Harry Bundschu was reported on the sick list It was decided to hold the next J two meetings on Monday instead of J Tuesday night It is probable that the installation of officers will be 1 public The committee in charge of the euchre end dance to be given New Years eve reported progress IJ Incorporate fc NEW YWUL II- Charles Cooney of Syracuse will join his wife here next week and remain until after Christmas Halsey Malone is home from the University at to spend the holidays with his parents Will IIickeyt who suffered a serious illness of is now con valescent at his home in Portland Patrolman James Barrett of the Fifth district has been ill at his home Shelby and street Miss Frances Wathea will enter tain a number of friends with a tea on Tuesday afternoon December 31 Mrs Harry Hamilton wife of the genial Deputy Circuit Clerk is visit ing friends and relatives at Kyana Ind Col Charles P Dehler of this city was among the Kentuckians who wore prominent figures in New York last week Evansvillehasvisit to Mr and Mrs Henry Thieman of Oakdale t Mrs M E Kearns who has been confined to her home in South Louis villa with the grip is now convalescent Miss Myrtle Murphy of George town has returned home after a pleasant visit to Mrs Charles Engle man of Portland Miss Ethel Sweeney who was the guest of Miss Viola Heffernan in Clifton has returned to her home in South Louisville Miss Myrtle Murphy of George town Ind enjoyed a very pleasans visit with Mr and Mrs Charles Engleman in Portland Mrs Steve C Welch and daughter holidaysheroMaxey at Beechmont Frank McCauley who is a student at Notre Dame University returned home today to spend the holidays with his parents on the Oheroke road John Doolan a trusted employe CompanyIsit his home on West St Catherine street Corporal Larry Dundon who has been at St Anthonys Hospital for a month ill of typhoid fever is now making steady progress toward re overy Mrs Blanche wiJ1 receive Informally December 23 in honor of her cousin Mrs George of Los Angeles who Is here to spend the holidays Mrs Alma Holog of Jefferson rUle who has been pursuing her 0- a UMBRELLAS iMain Floor HOLIDAY UMBRELLAS FO Ro MEN WOMEN AND CHILDREN Childrens Umbrellas Childrens Gloria and Silk Umbrellas all sizes plain and fancy handlesPrices 50c up to 250 Mens Taffeta Umbrellas best frames plain natural wood and fancy handlesSpecial 150 Mens Tapeedge Taffeta Silk Umbrellas fancy horn and natural wood handles 200 Mens Silk Taffeta Tapeedge finest frame boxwood and Cape horn handlesSpecial 250 Mens Highgrade Silk Umbrellas handles of iivory Cape horn sterling silver and gold mountedPrices 350 to 2000 COLORED UMBRELLASA handsome lot of Col i fancyhandlesPrices HOLIDAY UMBRELLAS FOR LADIES A collection I of the newest and most exclusive in real ivory pearl gunmetal etched silver and fine wood sterling silver and goldplatedPrices 500 to 2000- Gentlemens CanesPrices 75c to 1000 Boxed and Engraved Free I STEWART DRY GOODS CO M CONNECTION WITH JAMES MoGBEEEY 1I SOCIETY 6w9C1 Washington pneumonia Kentucky EnPlehard Special buckhprn novelties studies In New York has returned home to spend the holidays with friends and relatives Miss Anna Doyle 1129 West Jeffer son street will be hostess to the Good Will Social Club next Thursday night when the members will bit entertained at euchre I Mrs Charles P Graves of StI Marys College Marion county iis JAMES COLEMAN Elected Financial Secretary Branch 2 C K and L of A here to spend the iholidays with her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs John C Graves 944 Fifth street Mrs J K Shannon xhas as her guests her sister Mrs Paul Baker of Glasgow and little son Paul Mr Baker will join his wife and son hero to spend the holidays Sergeant Roger McDermott Is gradually recovering from Injuries received at Fourth and Broadway during the street car strike but it may be some time before he will b6 able to return to his post Mrs Matthew ODpherty gave a largely attended euchre Thursday afternoon in honor of Mrs Charles Cooney of Syracuse who arrived last week to spend the holidays with her parents Mr and Mrs J B Wathen Officer Tom Nalty Is still confined to his home at Nineteenth and Owen streets suffering from injuries sus tained in a street car collision during the reecnt strike His injuries were much worse than at first supposed and his improvement is very slow Michael Montague one of the best known IrishAmericans in Louisville slipped and fell in the bath room at his home 1211 First street Tuesday afternoon and sustained ddouble fracture of the collar bone He will be incapacitated for duty for several weeks Ito come iiisa Edyth Malone returned home yesterday from New York City whore she is completing her educa Non to spend the holidays with Her IHuBS parents Mr and Mrs John T Malone in the Highlands While here a number of social functions will be given in her honor I It will ibe pleasing to many friends rall11ed St Josephs Infirmary Thursday She is the only daughter of Martin Dugan Sr and a sister of Martin DtigaiiJr and Frank Dugan One of the prettiest weddings of placeWednesBeatrice Sauer became Mrs Chester llawford Thompson The nuptial rite was performed by time Rev William Boes lifter a brief honey moon spent at New Orleans Mr and lJOusekeepJng THEATRICAL The much talkedof play The Man of the Hour will be presented for the first time in Louisville at Macauleyjs Theater for one week beginning next Monday with mat- Inees Chirstmas day and Saturday It is safe to say that no play on the American stage today has attained suoh widespread popularity It iis now in the second year of its run at the Savoy Theater New York City where it has broken all records for attendance and it is said to be good for another year at least The company presenting it in Louisville enjoyed a run of over four months in Chicago It consists of such well known actors as Orrin Johnson who was last seen in Louisville in Ben IIUr Robert A Fischer of Way Down East fame Harold Russell George C Staley Thomas Meighau William Deming Samuel Forrest Bennett Southard Frank Russell Ed ward Culver and the Misses Trances Ring Mabel Van Buren and Kate Lester Broadhunsts play will be presented hero under the management of William A Brady and Joseph n Grlsmer whose production of Way Down East will be pleasantly remembered The Man of the Hour cityJlplay of modern timeS There will be no advance in the usual prices Kris Kringlo is going to drop his entire bundle of vaudeville stunts at the Hopkins Christmas week This is the only theater which will dis pense entertainment of this sort for the next seven days The management of this original home of vaudeville declares that it has been many a day since such a bill has been put together here or anywhere else Fishing Harry Tales latest and best comedy novelty will be the headliner and will be backed up by seven other leading vaudeville turns Thomas E Shea an emotional actor of no mean ability will hold the boards at the Masonic Theater during Christmas I week His repertoire includes Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde made famous by the late Richard Mansfield and The Bells ono of the late Sir Henry Irvlngs masterpieces Beginning Christmas day with a matinee and continuing the re 1 w STEWART DRY GOODS CO IBusiness Established Sixty Years MENS HABERDASHERY Main Floor HOLIDAY HINTS IN HABERDASHERY HANDKERCHIEFS GOWNS GLOVES SUSPENDERS AND HOUSE COATS Embroidered Initial White Linen Hand kerchiefs onehalf dozen to the box Prices 100 to 400 box Plain White Linen Handkerchiefs 18 14 and 12 inch hemsPrices 25c 3Sc SOc 75c and 100 each Silk and Satin Suspenders in all colors and white and black with fancy buckles Prices SOc to 500 pair Doublefaced House Coats in a splendid assortmentPrices 500 800 1000 and 1200 Special Holiday line of Blanket Gowns Prices 350 to 1200 CapeSkinselected skins in hades of tan gunmetal and brown regular and cadet sizes regu lar 200 GlovesSpecial price 150 pair JEWELRY Main Floor HANDSOME HOLIDAY LINES OF IMPORTED JEWELRY NOVELTIES FOR WOMEN Imported Novelties in Hat Pins large variety of handsome designs to select ffom Prices 100 to 800 Novelties in Combs in the new antique de signsPrices 150 to 500 each Holiday Novelties in German Silver Purses and Card CasesPrices 250 to 500 Sterling Silver Purses and Bags in entirely new designs and effectsPrices 1250 to 3500 each Gold Bracelets in an assortment of hand some patterns both plain and carved Prices 500 to 3000 Novelties in Belt Buckles in a large variety of new designs to choose from daintilyboxedSTORE OPEN AT NIGHT UNTIL CHRISTMAS STEWART IIW CONNECTION WITH mainder of the week Madame Bertha MaryAnderson othecame into fame a year ago as a portrayer of the Yiddish or Ghett character DEATHS COLD HAND Lays Low John Broderick- a Pioneer Manufacturer- of Wagons Another pioneer IrishAmerican citizen passed away Thursday morn ing when the cold hand of death was laid upon John Broderick the veteran wagon manufacturer After weeks of physical anguish he sank peacefully into eternity at his home 414 East Main street at 1045 oclock Death was due to stomach trouble from which he had suffered for sev eral months but it was not until ten days ago that ale condition be alarmingMr was born in the County Cork Ireland sixtyseven years ago and came to Louisville when quite a youth Soon after his arrival he engaged in the manu facture of wagons and lor more than profltablebusinessPreston and Jackson streets liel was still actively engaged in that business when stricken with the dis eternityFortyfouron August 19 1803 ho married Miss Mary Keefe who still survives Five children were the result of that union Only one Miss Mary Brod erick and a grand aughter Miss Lula Broderick Wellington survive From the foundation of St Michaels parish Mr Broderick was one of its gavelargelychurch and to other Catholic char ities He was affiliated with no so ciety save that of St Vincent do Paul lIe was always loyal to the cause of Ireland too and when the occasion offered fostered Irish proectsHis took place from St Michaels church this morning and was preceded by a solemn mass of requiem with the Rev Father Martin OConnor celebrant Rev John Sheridan deacon and Rev Thomas W White subdeacon MACKINS MEETING Mockin Council Y M L held its regular meeting Tuesday night with President Ben Sand occupying the chair It was decided to haveBpublic installation of the officers onI the evening of the first Tuesday Injj January and the committee in charge will meet tomorrow to complete the arrangements The committee inII charge of the dance to be given New Years eve reported progress Magis Irate Sullivan reported what hail transpired nt the December meeting of the Catholic Federation and 1 residentelect Robert Burke an I appointdelegateswould be prompt in attendance and j would ably represent the council r m- is FORESEES FORTUNE Merchant Takes Advan tage of Generous Moth er Nature A natural cold storage plantIt YettJlntpUshed fact and the man wise enough to take advantage of Mother Natures offer is a resident of Louis FRANK P J BURKE Reelected Recording Secretary Divis ion 4 A O H villa and one of liar most prosperous merchants enoughtotwentymilescold spring that issues from a hill flowlniraVaU Sometimea small stone and concrete plant inbusinessplantwasMr Horstman heard about the nat investigated Duringtheplant and surrounding acres and proposes to rect a modern cold IndianaIsgrowingberriesneighborlugsplendidstorage streetfromConstitutionalgreatJoBens friends would not be flur parktowould be no prettier nor more con enient spot around Louisville forrpicnics or camping parties wtfeIboutmusthave u L n w- R i 1 l irioi XRI5H RICANll A I n BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE ttH McKenna Distiller Fairfield Kg f d iE M BANNONPrts Kentucky Vitrifiade Brick CD INCORPORATED XoJl1i afaotiu ra oQ VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STP ETS AND ROADWAYS Office 508512 W Jefferson St Works Magnolia Aye Bet 9th and 10th rJ TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE 1252 t + t+ + I 1 t +I Gran W Smiths Son i AL SMITH Proprietor J eFuneral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for AM Occasions on Short Notice I 80Q W JEFFERSON STREEII TELEPHONE 810II t I t ++ + + + HMMMMM II IIlIlI t D J DOUGHERTY S J MCELLIOTT I DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Em almers r Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET i t I I I I I I I I I I I I I t f t+ HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S38 East Main Street I J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS STREETshort THOMAS KEENAN I Funeral Direciorand Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 AH calls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions t T225 w MARKET ST PRIVATE HOSPITAL FORTHE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeflersonvllle Ind own and manage a private hospital for the care and treatment of insane and epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply 4o MOTHbR MARY REGIN flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue JelfersodvIHe Ud lire year boys as education that will prtptn tfceaforllle ST XAVIERSCOLLeOE Haw Broadway LeitlsvitU Ky Coadueledlby eXavntanBrotherC1atsieaIk Mcntlic aad orataPreaac WellGynaairmaru PETER M ANDRIOT 8SONS WAGONG H MANUFACTURERS Carriage e Repairing and Hub er Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET H1RY AAIJ1 JJ1 POLSP DYER AND CLEANER I ApplrelIWORK GUARANTEED Ptaou KM 528 Fifth Street Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGEL- OUIS f WABUITZ Sr CO Prprllter 339 FIFTH BTREET f I I III LOTSFOR SALE 4 LOTS We insist upon pressing you into the purchase of a lot We have lots on easy terms and II- at low prices Lots with all improvements made that come high but will go higher We make a specialty of Home Places and have selected the best properties in the city for their future best purposes for instance PEE RLESS COURT Located between 15th and 16th streets and Ormsby avenue and Wilson street at prices from 8 to 1250 per foot 10 cash and 5 per month for balance Then West Morelnnd Place 35th and Broadway lots 30x140 from 300 per lot up 10 cash then 5 per month Then Reservoir Park and Ingle Nook in Crescent Hilllots from 150 up at 25 cash then 10 per month Then Jansing Avenue 42nd and Broadway water and granitoid walks lots 175 feet deep 10 to 15 per foot 50 cash and X10 per month for balance j Turn over the new leaf and get the Real Estate Saving Habit its safe and sure We have those finely improved properties Lincoln Court Pope Place and Grainger Court all restricted and at prices that will advance Ask for our Booklet and it will be mailed to you We do a general Real Estate business List your property with us for sale WALTER S ADAMS CO PHONES 1729 307 PAUL JONES BLDG t HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Every menbcr shoud endeavor to secure at least one application before St Patricks day Ladies Auxiliary 13 of South Boston Mass will have its officers publicly Installed on New Years day The Ladles Auxiliary will not meet New Years night and therefore the installation of officers will not take place until January 15 The last iheeHftg1 to be held this year by the Ladies Auxiliary will take place Wednesday night and it is the wish of the officers that all the members be present Next Friday night Division 2 meets at First and Market streets wihen the question of joining the marching club will we decided President Ford asks all the members to be present The local divisions are to be congratulated upon the wisdom dis played in the selection of officers for next year They are all capable and progressive men which means ablg Increase in membership The three divisions of Bridgeport Conn have taken the lead in n move ment for the erection of a building in which there will be halls suitable for all the societies The Emmet Club and the Knights of SL Patrick arc also interested Division 3 will meet next Thursday night when the record for 1907 will be brought to a close President Coleman has requested that every member who can attend this meeting as the proceedings promise to be of more than ordinary interest After itJhe installations have taken place next month preparations for the observance of St Patricks day will begin in earnest The pro gramme favored by the committee Is an excellent one and will meet anyduringEvery member of the order in Louisville should enter his name In the marching club The national convention will be the greatest Hibernian event that has ever taken place in the Middle West Let us all become interested and when we go to Indianapolis put Kentucky In the first place DUBLIN JURIES Block Scheme to Impose Long Sentences on Cattle Drivers The Government prosecutions triea last week in Dublin failed completely against peasants accused of driving cattle off grazing ranches which under the Wyndham land act were upIntoants With the idea ol making cer taIn the conviction of the accused peasants tile Government brought them to Dublin to be tried but with disastrous results The cases mere leaVd before Justice Wright a pronounced Orangeman The first batch of defendants were found guilty of unlawful assembly Justice Wright knew that if he inflicted a severe sentence 01 them the juries that fol lowed would not convict the other defendants so lIe postponed sen tencing them until all the trials should be finished The juries divined his purpose and although the theydisagreed theyImvetheirphrtthe cattle ranches into small farms It was on the strength of their promise to dp so that the tenants representatives In Parliament con sented to the passage of the land act under which the landlords resolve a handsome bonus from the Irish taxpayers ENJOYED BANQUET One of the most enjoyable affairs of the present season was the complimentary banquet given at the LouIs eveningDecemberton a popular traveling representa tine of the J Mj RobinsonNorton Dry Goods Company to his department associates After justice had been done the excellent menu toasts presentAmongMessrs Edward J Buxton Edwin L Eloclgkins George M Carnlghan John J Grogan Jeromo S Brent linger Mal J Shaughnessy Dan J laddojv Charles C Blackburn and W H Frank OASES DECIDED TODAY todaydecideleyduringtherreetranwytrikelrh 1I IL 13 0 S SaA O H- DIVISION 1 Meets oin the Second and Fourth Friday Evenings of Each Month PresIdentThomas D Clines Vice President James J Kllkelly Recording Secretary Thomas Kcenan Jr- Financial SecretaryP J Cusick Courthouse TreasurerCharles J FInegan SergeantatarmsJames Doran DIVISION 2 eets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna TreasurerOwen Keiran Recording SecretaryJoseph T Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Kean eYe DIVISON 3 Meets on the First and Third Thurs day evenings at Each Month North east corner of Seventeenth and MainPresidentJames Coleman Vice PresldentIhIlCavanaugh Recording SecretaryJohn Morris Financial Secretary John Hesslon 1714 Baird street Treasurer Daalel J Dougherty Sergeantatarins Thomas Noon DIVISION 4 Meets second and fourth Mondays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and WalnutI PresidentJoseph P Vice President Stephen J McEl liott Recording Secretary Frank PI Burke Financial Secretary W J Con nelly 1700 Seventh Treasurer streetIISergeantatArmsRooert Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Han Count PresidentLouis Constan tinePresidentJohn Kennedy Vice President B Coyle Recording Secret tryT OHern Financial SecretaryJ E MurphYI TreasurerMichael Kinne- yMarshallM Garrity Banner BearprJ G Cole Y LI I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenigs at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentBen J Sand First Vice President John T Ken ney Second Vice President Frank Lan ahanRecording SecretaryBen Reed Financial SecretaryFrank G Adams 2141 Rowan street Corresponding SecretaryJoseph J HancockTreasurerDaniel W Weber MarshalJohn Humphrey Inside Sentinel Adolphtu Andri9t Outside Sentinel O orge Bartscli tention but the evidence was so voluminous that the Judge could not render his decision before today BURKE ACTING CHIEF Major Edward Burke is this week acting as Chief of Police a position for which he is in every way quali fied Chief Haager is in the East where to secure some new ideas thatwill benefit and make more efficient the Louisville police department LOVE YOUR NEIGHBOR Residents of West Oak street can be on the look out for probable flirtations in tho near future between next door neighbors in that section as a healthy Tittle boy has just arrlfed at the home of Matt McDonald end a pretty little girl next door at the home of Daniel McKenna DEAREST BROTHER By the death of Father Ryder at the Birmingham Oratory the last left of the group of friends to whom Cardinal Newman dedicated the Apologia has passed sway Henry Ignatius Dudley Ryder ends the list of thote dearest brothers who had Newman avowed been so son attire of my needs so indulgent to my failings so cheerful under dis douragcments of my causing The whole passage covers a page and elicited from George Eliot a marginal note ns interesting as itself I hardly know anything that delights mo more olio write than brotherlyloveFather Ryder was a grandson of the well known Anglican Bishop of Licit field of his name and was easily the handsomest man in the ranks of the Roman clergy The average raaa apeacb moet of bU time between plane for tile tatara sad regret for Ute part KNIGHTS I OP COLUMBUS I 1 Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where byTerreThere are now more than 1000 members of the order in New OrleansThe Columbian Dramatic Club is an adjunct of IalisadeCouncil Union Mill X J Hon John Burke Governor of North Dakota has become a member 6f Fargo Council Tomorrow the second and third degrees will be exemplified on a class of sixtyfive at Fremont Ohio enoJ1a Council has the honor of being the first in Wisconsin to own its own home Last week the officers closed a deal for the purchase of Masonic Hall in that city for 25000 I The Catholic ladies of McCook Neb through Father Loughan have instituted n court of the Daughters of Isabella Though this order in but four years old it is established in fourteen States I IDener Council has established two one for girls at bOYIilatbe determined by competition among parochlulschOolsschoolsMembers of the council at Cohun bus Ohio made a four days retreat at St Patricks church in that city last week Rev Father J II Healy 0 P Chaplain of the council con ducted the exercises which closed SundayAccording to a recent decision of the Court of Appeals of New York members who joined the order before the enactment of the bylaw pro hibiting members from engaging In the sale of liquor can not be expelled for engaging in that traffic now The court holds that the bylaws must not interfere with his vested rights LIKE PLYING Each Year Ocean Grey hounds Make New Records Our forfoears who crossed the Atlantic prior to 1851 would not realizd that they were taking the same trip were they to cross it now in these days of steam turbines I Many of our leading IrishAmerican and German American men and women came over in the 30s 40s and 50s in sailing vessels and were from five to eleven weeks in making the journey- In 1851 the steamships began to make regular trips and the world was startled when the Asia reduced tho time from Queenstown to Sandy Hook to ten days and two tours In the same year the Baltic brought the trip down to nine days and thirteen hours Year by year new and im proved steamers were built and greater speed was attained so that in 18GG it was considered remarkable when the Scotia crossed in eight days and two hours In 1873 the time had been cut to seven days and twenty hours In 1882 the Alaska made it in six days and eighteen hours and ten years later the City of Paris crossed in five days four teen hours and twentyfour minutes Still the cry went up for increased speed for these ocean greyhounds hnd little by little the time has been cut down until the Lusitania recently clipped all records by crossing in four days and nineteen hours Her sister ship the Mauritania Is ex pected to do even better things The turbine engine is the invention of an Irishman and the Lusitania and Mauritania were built in Belfast shipyards hence trlbltutes to Irish workmanship and genius SUNDAY AND MONDAY The ladies who are interested in the oldfashioned fair to be given next month for the benefit of St Anthonys Hospital will hold a gen eral meeting at that institution to morrowVafternoon when some very interesting reports will be made Monday night there will be a meet earnestlyhopedProm the reports thus far received the fair will be a success but to what extend will depend on the work of its friends during the next month GOOD PLATFORM John Schneider delegate to the local Federation of Labor has an nounced his candidacy for the uniquecardfeatuiieof tlje German Sea- attooraplatform beindependentdtona This Is ureto meet with approval o FRANK FEHR o BREWING CO I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE XT Cutnb Phone Haiti 1913 Home Phone 1913 WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANYSCelebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber 6t Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINK Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENNACKERMANBREWING COMPANY INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOUISVILLE K71C PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed horn carefully selected barley and hops never permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TELEPHONE iaaoLouisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts eASK FOR FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7569 CUMB HONi WEST 69 JOHN B FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY AID IERSENSFINE DARK SJ3 FRTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHNFOERTELCQINCORPORATEDI BUTCHERtOWN BREWERY L CELEBRATED CREAM BEE 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE OFFICE 8T06 HOURS SUNDAYSII DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work done lor the least money Our Dentistry Will Please You i We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR H J COUCHMAN Dentist OFFICE 542 FIFTH STREET EEMAM BEOS IMPOIlTKRS PINE WINES AND LIQUOR Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Ken tacky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN B014D elephoac 1948 234 Sixth Street Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SplITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and iDrmlDg Ladles and Children a Specialty OigEc M6Wrt Catherlae BothPboaiw I it FORGET ra weatherdotDIAMOND t a aftuhasneedbeKentucky Wall Plasterf INCORPORATKD I BOTH PHONES 22 JBrook and River Louisvili YoterWINES LIQ- UORSVAL SALO VAL LB8TKR Pri Hot Leach every morning o to 18 6 oclock 4zJ f l QRI C SSyrrplnIIIIII m r v tt ili T7CO IR18H ll rtlE YlYL t Ie THE BIG STORE ICC- Is7 the Headquarters for theCf v Happy Holiday ThrongsII Useful Christmas GiftsArticles of Wearing Apparel are always appreciated No prettier custom existsI than interchanging of presents we have arrangedevery department to help you in your selections 11II THE BIG STORE MILTON M MARBLESTONE G CO 424 West Market St Between 1Fourth and Fifth 1 1 Clearance Sale To Make Room 1 1 I FOR BIG SHIPMENT OF SELECT HOLIDAY PIANOSjj Owing to the fact that we havo placed a very large order for HOLIDAY PIANOS and expect them In a very short time we now offer at an exceedingly low ustdI for cash or easy payments if desired the following wellknown makes slightly WILLARD Upright 165I I KURTZMANN UPri9ht150SCH- UBERT Upright 195 ARMSTRONG Upright 170 ELLINGTON Upright 155 THEO GREEN Upright 145 The Largest Piano Stock in the South MONTENEQR0RIEHM1 Incorporated MUSIC CO 3313O FOPRrH AVENUE OLIDAY COFFEES MulIoyK Coffees end Teas ore rich In flavor and purity The never varying standard of excellence SPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR soc 45cexcellenta COFFEBLJrUmPhoniJij O19 XV IVIARJCKT STTCISXST g- Qti 30S HOLIDAY TOYSIL 4 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AT DERR BROS 5c and 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 SS O C 3 0 80 1C TUB ciias fl Rogers BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES TASTESGive Us a cal and iuspect our line of goods They are the S finest of their kind In the city BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUSI ARTICLES 1 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 11 434 W Jefierson Street ri 19000 OQO + 0D0 QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES For many years the Quick Meal has been universally acknowledged as the best gas range la the market They cook quickly bakeercellently and o i account of their patent air burners con tame less gas than any other They are more easily cleaned and are made to last The this year will keep it in thefront rank Having imade our 1907 contract before the advance in prices of all iron goods we are able to sell at old prices GEHER 6c SON 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND ARGKEST AND BESTIN THE CITY I NITED LAUNDRY CO Incorporated D WORK A SPECIALTY GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 1188493732P- rastdniSNEPARD MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN tM lert T Schranz CoI- N L t I REAL ESTATE I b ALL ITS BRANCHES ONEY TO XOANE MAIN 27y RaDIa Law Ridgll Cuter arld Greui D OO i Satisfaction IorMoney 00 00I BACON SON BackMARitETSTREET 1ET THIRD n AND OURTH Christmas Suggestions I For Mammas Papas Sisters Brothers Sweethearts Relatives 0and Friends All at Popular Prices Il1o IIFOIt MEN 250 25c to 151 100 to 25 Book Cases 1250 to 4601 o Cardigan Jackets 200 to 471 o Cigar Cases 50c to 301 Collar and Cuff Sets 60c to 250 Buttons 25c to 20C o Fancy Vests 100 to 35C Flannel Shirts 125 to 301 Garters 15o to 50t o Handkerchiefs 15c to 75c Jersey Jackets 250 to 47 Mens Gloves 25c to 20 Mens Hosiery 12fcc to 101 I Mufflers 50c to 400 Neckwear 26c to 161 Negligee Shirts 50c to 151 0 Night Shirts 60c to 10 o Overalls 10C Pajamas 100 to 20 Shaving Sets 98c to 39S o Smoking Sets 498 to 135 Suspenders 25c to 301 Sweaters GOc to 25 Walters Coats 69c to 101 White Vests 150 to 261 o FOIL WOMEN o Beads lOc to 150 o Beauty Pins iOcto GOo Beds 190 to 2400 Belts 25c to 50C i Bolt Buckles 25c to 500 Bissels Carpet Sweep o ers 190 to 450 Black Taffeta Silks per yard 60c to 150 I Black Woolen Dress Goods per yard 39c to 300 Box Couches 2500 Bracelets 50c to 650 Brass Beds 1890 to 5000 Carpet Rugs 850 to 6000 Centerpieces 19c to 498 o Center Tables 135 to 1600 Chairs 150 to 250 o Chiffoniers 525 to 3500 Childrens Umbrellas 44c to 148 o China Cabinets 1250 to 5000 Clocks 75c to 600 Clock Shelves 30c to 75c Coats Short or Long498 to 25 Colored Woolen Dress Goods per yard 39c to 300 Combs lOc to 1000 Combination Book- Caseso 1250 to 5000 Couches 575 to 4400 ORDERS OF5 00 OR MO- Re I t ee e TAKE A tEST Jeffersonville Hibernian Elect Entire New Set of Officers At an enthusiastic meeting last week of Division I A O IL of Jef fersonville the members elected m entirely new set of officers thus complying with the request of those who had served so long and faith fully and were desirous of taking n deserved rest This division has 1n splendid record and its officers hay always been among the most repre santativc of Jcffcfsonvlllea Catholl citizens With a strong membership and good treasury the outlook for the new administration is exceed- Ingly bright and the new officer have promised to use every honorable moans to increase their number After the transaction of the regular business the election was gone Into with the following result President John Kenney Vice PresidentJohn U Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Recording St cretaryE P Tracy Financial Secretary Chas Roberts Sentinel Timothy D Kenney Marshal Villlam Dorsey Jr- SergeantatAnnsDernard Coyle After tote election those present were entertained with a smoker and spent a most enjoyable hour The new officers will be installed at the first meeting in January vhen a great gathering Is looked for KNIGHTS AND LADIES Branch 2 Catholic Knights and Ladles of America better known as St Patricks branch held its annual election of officers Wednesday even ing Those honored were Spiritual DlrootorVcry Rev James P Cronin PresidentPatrick Ilolley Vice PresidentAlex Burke Recording Secretary Miss Mary 13 SheridanFinancial SecretaryJames Cole manAsslstant3tiss Mary Corcoran TreasurerJoseph Vetter SergeantatArmsAndrew Oak leafSentinelMrs Convention v Delegate to Supreme Thomas Keenan SrJ Alternate Ed ward Sheridan The next meeting of the branch will be held in the hall at Seventeenth and Main streets at 230 oclock Sun av afternoon December 22 All members are requested to attend as matters of importance arc to be cbnsUleVed CHRISTMAS DOLL SALE JL A Christmas doll sale will be field at the Catholic womans Club next Monday tame Tuesday The sale will be under the Jtuspice of the ladlesl of St Anthonys IWwinjr Society rind the committed in Charge and i Cuspidors lOc to 161 Cut GlassWareG9c to 10001 Dresser Scarfs 26c to 401 Davenports 2000 to 3501 Dining Tables 525 to 195 Dining Chairs 125 to 52 Dinner Sets 598 to 4900 Dress Skirts 198 to 2001 Drawn Work Scarfs 50c to 75t Embroidery Scissors 25c to 500 Fancy Box Paper lOc to 50 Fancy Pin Cushions 5c to 198 Fans 25o to 498 Fleece Lined Gloves 25c to 10 Fleece Lined Hose 12 c to 50c Folding Beds 1350 to 3501 Furs 98c to 2501 Glove Boxes 100 to 980 Go Carts 149 to 3001 Gold Rings 50c to 301 Hair Burettes lOc to 501 Hair Brushes 25c to 251 Hall Trees 8i o to 67 Hand Bags 25c to 1001 Handkerchiefs 3c to 298 Handkerchief Boxes lOc to 980 Hat Pins 5c to 29 Hat Racks 600 to 450 Hearth RugS i 98c to 651 Hose Supporters lOc to 151 Infants Hose lOc to 50i Ink Stands19c to 19S Jardinieres 25c to 450 Jardiniere and Pedestal 225 to 1000 Jewelry Boxes 25c to 500 Kid Gloves 100 to 350 Knitting Needles 3c to bOc Lace and Bobinet Bed Sets 350 to 2001 Lace Curtains per pair1 35c to i0 Lace Veils 50c to 600 Ladies Desks 750to 230i Lamps 75c to 3000 Laundry Bags 26c to 98i Library Tables 550 to 1801 Lockets SOc to 360 Medicine Cabinets f60c to 660 Mirrors 49c to 1000 Mittens lOc to 100 Music Cabinets 500 to 2000 Music Rolls 25c to 850 Necklaces lOc to 600 Neckwear 5c to 548 Needle Books lOc to 75c Ornaments 25c to 2000 Paper Cutters 25c to 98c Parlor Tables 125 to 2000 Pedestals furniture 275 to 18 Perfumes lOc to 500 Pictures lOc to 1098 E DELIVERED FINE WITHIN HEN ORDERING MENTION THIS PAPB fi eeQ C B THOMPSON FLORIST ROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 632 FOURTH Both Telephones 1050IAll orders receive prompt attention and I satisfaction iraaranteed All the new Fall Styles and shape can be found hero at rcasonabl prices Office Hours Nome Pfaon 9 to c 6127 DR J FRAN 811111VA DENTIST 739 FOURTH AVENUE HENRY HUNOL DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Groceries A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty Noise PhAse 4336 540 W WALNUT Mesdames James B Kelly William Klapheke and Joseph C Kirclidorfer who will be assisted by a corps of young ladies This is a worthy and deserving charity and those desirIng dolls for the holidays can achieve ft double purpose a satisfactory bar gain and a worthy donation TITS ANGEUNE QUARTERLY I IThe second number of the Angelina Quarterly a magazine published by the Ursuline nuns and edited by the pupils of Sacred Heart Academy Crescent Hill has made its appear ance and like the first number fin not only a work of art typo Rrq fallIYJ but contains n number of interesting articles The new retlecvcredlthmgood prrpsptorc 10 Wood toiBurn 00Our Specialty I Pillows 190 to 1500 Puff Jars 25c to 200 Purses 5c to 598 0Prayer Books lOc to 298 Ribbons Ic to 500 0 0ShoesShoes for Misses 125 to 26- 0Sidoboards1200 to 7000 Silk Hosiery 100 to 500 Silk Velvet 75c to 300 Silverware odd pieces 69c to 12 Slider Knives and Forks 75c set up ISlipper Soles i19c to 35c Stamped Pillow Tops lOc to SOc iStationery 5c tQ 1000 Table Covers 25c to 198 0Tabourets 40c to 150 0Toilet Sets 3 pieces 98c to 10 Trunks 150 to 1200 Umbrellas500 to 1200 Umbrella Stands brica brac 10 to 325 Umbrella Stands furni 0 0Wnrdrobes0WatchesWork Boxes 25c 300 Waists 980 to 1000 1 FOR CHILDREN ft 0AirShips 50c 0Dooks50Dolls 5c Doll Buggies 25c to upiDoll Go Carts 50c to Drums 25c to 100 0Express Wagons 75c to 1093 Fire Engines lOc to 298 Games 5c to 98c iHook and Ladder Wagons lOc to 298 0Irish Malls 398 0Loop the Loops 50e to 100 0 0RooseveltTinsel per yard 3c 650i Tree Ornaments 3c to To WearIBoys Shoes 150 to 300 0I Childrens Fur Sets 98c to 49S 0ChildrensInfants Shoes 50c to 125 Little Gents Shoe 100 to 2 0 0ShoesShoes sizes 8 1h to 11 1 to 2 Youths Shoes 125 to 250 00 MILES OF LOUI VILLEi 0 IIJUSn PEDALEK Harry Reynolds Is Out 01 Race For Championship- of World I The pick of all the bicycle rider in the United Statcs Canada Europ and Australia have been pedaling away like mad since 1 oclock Monda morning at Madison Square Garden New York and among the riders was Harry Reynolds Irelands own champion This is the fifteenth an nual sixday bicycle race held at Madison Square Garden but the firs time that Ireland sent over hei champion to compete Reynolds was born In Balbriggan County Dublin and eleven years ago he was an amateur cyclist of the first order wInning thirtyseven firsts In his own country Ills first Irish championship was won inI 1894 In 1895 and 1890 he beat every thing that came his In 1897 he asawctlt to Australia professional and defeated the best riders in The Antipodes The following year he returned to Great Britain defeated all rivals and then retired for five years Two years ago he returned to the track and won fourteen firsts in Wales nobod in Ireland would i tackle him Reynolds chances were destroyed the first night he sustain Ing serious injury in a collision soon after the start THEATRICAL Macauleys will present a star at raotion the last salt of next weelj vhen Joseph and William Jefferson vill appear in The Rivals The sup IportinScompany is an excellent one and a production equal to any ever soon hero is promised The County Chairman the best comedy drama of recent years will lIe next weeks attraction at the ifasonlc All of the original scenery used in the high priced theaters and nany of tIle prlnelseen lit the original ompany will be I IThe Mary Anderson will present a bill of real merit next week Refined vaudeville turns by tars of the big circuit will be seen here for the first time Tttie matinees are becoming ery popular and are largelyat endedxby ladies and children Music pad comedy are to figure rominently in next weeks offering at the Hopkins With a single ex icption all the nets booked are new sere but they are of such high class iharaoter that It 1is sate to say the b11l will prove one of the very best of the local vaudeville season The ladle of Bunco Hill will supply the rogrnmma with Its usual sketch I umber and The Dispatch Dearer allll several comedy pictures on the Cinodronie will conclude Ii nerltorious performance V T1 INloiNONNNONNNNIN N- II JAMES GREENE t STREETti Furniture Carpets Rugs i Stoves Ranges LOWEST PRICES BEST TERMS That offer an opportunity to save St0vs money and prepare for cold weather Peninsular Smoke Consuming Direct Draft Heater 20satisfactoryTHE OAK HOT BLAST 7eter J PROGRESS OAK 1 50topt J SNNN0INN NN NNONttNONONNNO NN NO 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 l payment of a small deposit we will articles for you until later Unexcelled line of Diamonds RingsWatchesII BRUNN THE JEWELER I530 West Market StreetyJr1 16 Per 100 Bushels We 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 as- kSCANLON COAL COIncorporated Only Local Dealers Handling Original Straight Creek FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J f SULLIVAN Manager HBADQUARrGRS POR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season You can always find the best the market affords in Choice Pest Beef Spring Lamb Pork and Cured Meats of all kinds Also the Best and Lard in the city We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market product LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY QtS SPiNCFL PresUeit reserve THE ON- LYSHOE POLISH MADE IN THE SOUTH FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS IIanyperson stepping to success Secures the host abJeISpencerian graduates are always in COMMERCIAL SCHOOL Itlrmsuc 1TaraerBarrlaSprnar LOUISVILLE KY DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered Both Phone 2389Uttlt AND FORGE 913915 SEVENTH St ItII I t I I I I H++ I I It I I I I I I t I I I + 41 FixE WINES OHA1FAl xii f Ali KOLJ3 I345 West Green Street LIquoRi maAJi I UjdJ It fJ I It t tnf YII R