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I H KENTUCKY IkISil AMERICAN I VOLUME YXNO 1 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JtNCJARY 4 1908 PRICE FIVE CENTS GORGEOUS Vns Scene In Chapel at the Solemn Services of Conse cration Elevation ofMousiguorKcauody- ilhtrked By Solemn Rites New Prelate Received Many Gilts and Thousands of r 1 Telegrams A GREAT DAY FOR AMERICA Monsignor Thomas F Kennedy Hector of the American College at Rome was consecrated titular Bishop of Adrlanapolls llast Sunday and all the pomp and splendor of the Catholic church were called forth to add occasionThePrefect of the Propaganda who after the Pope is the highest church authority in America and who la sometimes styled the Red Pope He was assisted by Archbishop Rlordan of San Francisco now sojourning in RomeFor several days before the consecration everybody connected vritii thus American College was busy preparing for the solemn rites American flags and red white and blue bunt ing vied with the white and yellow Papal colors in the scheme of decora tion Every part of the college was gorgeously trimmed and illuminated Of course the chapel in which the consecration was performed was a mass of electric and candle lights and flowers Not only were oil the American students and their preceptors present at the ceremonies but their number was augmented by many American laymen priests and other dignitaries now visiting ia Rome Philadelphia of which Bishop Kennedy is a native and where he was a resldent pastor for several years sent a delegation of old friends to witness his formal elevation to episcopal honors Taken all in all the consecration was one of the most interesting if not the most important American Catholic event ever celebrated in the Eternal CityThe scene within the sanctuary while the sacred rites were in prog ImpressivedlgnitBishop Kennedy was given a banquet in the college dining room and many high church dignitaries sat down to the elaborate feast prepared More than one of the toasts responded to j made reference to America her Insti tutions and 4o the place sloe was attaining in the church During the day Bishop Kennedy received thousands of congratu latory telegrams from America and personal congratulations from many prelates who had gathered to assist fit ibis consecration The presents of which he received many included an elegant gold pectoral cross a gift from Ills Holiness Plus X a9I episcopal crozier and mitre from the students of the American College and an episcopal ring from Archbishop Farley of New York who Is spiritual director of the college I BishopKennedythe American College It is the opinion that he will be sent back to the United States to preside over some important diocese or to take up other important work demanding I a man of his zeal learning and dig nity Ills rapid preferment re hatedt six ears ago when he went to OrerIbrookI successful in his college work i- w facIultrcurriculum and greatly enlarged the student bodIBishop Kennedy has many friends all over America who are rejoicing over his elevation It will be remem rcCJol1keyAmerican College at Rome t PRIOR SURPRISED Well ruled PurscPrcscntcdd To Retiring Pastor of Church Very Rev Father B F Logan O P was taken by surprise New Year s night when several hundred mem bers of his congregation assembled in Betrand Hall Sixth street be tween St Catherine and Oak and presented him with a nice filled purseFather Logan has been cOJlgregatIoJ1inassumes his new duties tomorrow Knowing of his approaching de iarturc the men of the congregation Held a series of meetings Sunday an raised a purse to present thn Soggarth Aroon who has served them faithfully and well for a number of years Despite hard time a and although many members were out of work the good people of St Louis Bertrnnd parish raised 37 in less than a week Wednesday night at 8 oclock sev eral hundred members of time parish assembled at Eertrand lUaU to hid Father Logan goodby and to present their tribute of esteem Fabh surFprised to see so many of his parish ioners gathered nt that hour and on a holiday On the stage were Messrs John H Jlcnnessy William P Mc Donogh William Connelly Michael I 3T Walsh Joseph F Wagner Thomas ADoan Stephen J McElllott and John L Scorv No done WM ilost 1 in formalities Mr McDonogh in behalf of those assembled stepped forward and inn brief but telling address presented a purse containing 375 in gold to the surprised lriest Before Father Logan had time to recover Miss Fannie Kennedy ia behalf of the Young Ladies Sodaltiy reached and handed 111m 25 in gold Father Logan was utterly taken aback and for a few moments was unable to say anything lie finally recovered sufficiently to thank one and all for their kind remembrance Ho assured them that wherever he was sent he would never forget the parlslm and said he hoped the day would broughtback IRISH MUSIC Was Feature of a Soiree That Displayed Local Talent An IrishAmericanGerman musical soiree How does that strike you The name is perhaps a trifle elongated but if you had Meant the music you might have asked for more music and a larger name Henry llunwld and Ills estimable wife at Sixth and Walnut streets were the hosts and the time was last Sunday evening Believing that a full stomach was conducive to the better appreciation of harmony Mrs Hunold served a supper to her few invites guests The supper would do credit to the chefs of the various local hotels and the guests voted her many thanks before the musical spreadThe James Burns wife and family C B Elkins wife and family Col James M Daughtrty and Col Joseph P McGinn TIle only event to mar the pleasure of the evening was the absence of Col MontenegroRfellmMusIc ectedly called to an adjacent State Plano violin and vocal solos followed each other In rapid succession The greater part of the music was Irish too Occasionally a German or an American air slipped in The music feature of the evening was the violin selections of James M Dough erty who played more Irish airs tirowere ever before heard in Louis ville and played them as the critics say eon amen The Misses Marie and Minnie Ilunokl daughters of the hosts ontributingtoviolindmusic Both proved to be andleach has a promising future two little girls have talent of the highest order and their rendition of difficult numbers surprised anany guestsdoand Mrs Hunold arrange another musicale OPEN HOUSE For All Hibernians When Division 1 Installs Officers Open house for all Hibernians will add much to the installation of offi sets by Division 1 at the sheeting to be held at their hall First and Market streets This was decided at the last meeting presided over by LlterorjCommittee John Mulloy Thomas Dolnn Charles Raidy Capt Tom Fitzgibbon and totarrange programme refreshments and they will leave nothing undone that would add to the enjoyment of the evening Secre tary Keenan has sent invitations to the other divisions and also to County President John Murphy who is expected to toe the installing officer Tile meeting was only fairly at tended but the anr John Holden was reported off the sick list and all bills mid claims were burlmess of Division 2 was present as a vis bJIresldeatbrief but pleasing remarks anden grentcInterestAll the members of Division 1 are andhrorI proposese annual reports READY FOR THE FAIR Arrangement for the old fash StAntIlOnysapaceThel HiJIParkmiddle of the present mouth Las Sunday the committee of ladles met with the mens building committee at the park pad selected locations for the various tables and booths heiad Monday evening at cornl working hand theanaStAntlHmys morrow afternoon CONDITION WAS CRITICAL stnSGonerAuditorpany Is critically Ill at his home mon Drexel Boulevard Chicago He is we known in this city and New Albany wille be pained to learn of his illness M Doherty has been connected with t Monon for Twenty Ave years and ba held the position of General Auditor for the last twelve pleasingIntelllgergreatly improved and that his reco ery is assured t PROHIBITION Not Remedy For the Evils Which ItAtteiuittH totiAbolish Rev Father Phclau Declares For Regulation of Liquor Traffic PreseutExtrcine Measures BUll nnte Only From Qiinclc I Reformers ARGUMENT THAT MUST CONVINCE Rev Father Phelan of St Louis one of the ablest and most widely known temperance advocates in this country dealt with the prohibition question In a late Issue oi the Western Watchman and presented an argument that is convincing and un answerable The reverend editor saidWe are not in favor of prohibition It Is the remedy of the quack reformer Temperance and moderation for the multitude total abstinence for the heroic few The church does not oppose marriage but she encourages virginity She does not command total abstinence but she blesses those who like the Baptist eschew absolutely whatever inebriates The true teacher of social purity is the man nnd woman who have vowed their virginity to God A married woman may be as holy as Ruth and as chaste as Rebecca but if she would reform her sinful sisters she must be more than either she must be a virgin in mind and heart as well as chaste- ni body and give not only of perfect chastitynut of absolute virginity Not the prudent matron but the modest Sister of Charity the meek and lowly Little Sister of the Poor finds open hearts and ready cars in the slums of vice and the houses of sin The men of givesfreeflesh and the thin mantle of decency they are forced to assume scarcelyisguisellives Who can preach to them who can make them tremble by holding up to them the wroth of an offended Diety Is it the moral married men of society They never yet led u successful reform among their fellows The men who would teach others to curb their passions must have completely stifled their own And who are the men who can lead a successful campaign against dntnk dennesstLIs it the man who can dispose of his quart of port at a sitting and get up sober as a judge Such a man may be envied by the drunkard he will never be accepted as his guide to personal reform The man who does not drink at all can speak with kind but firm countenance to the slave of drinli The priest the Sister the total abstainer these are the three great social reformers and all three give up entirely what they counsel others to use In moderation The church encourages total absti nence societies and gives her choic est blessings on those who give up entirely the use of intoxicants but she will peter go to the extreme of prohibition Catholics are not found- n that camp Prohibition from its very beginning has proved no remedy for the evils wlilch it attempts to abolish The regulation of the liquor traffic Is practicable its elimination impossible Thousands yes tens of thousands who are good Christians excellent citizens men of conserva tive views and temperate habits will- lways line up in opposition to prohibition It Is the votes of this elMs of citizens that can always be relied on to defeat hazardous and experimental prohibition legislation Admitting that the business of the retailer of liquor is not always conducted in a manner above re proach and that certain abuses which must be eradicated are the inevitable and logical consequence yet why should the innocent be made to suffer with the guilty nnd why should the great brewery and din tillery Interests of the country be legislated out of existence The throughicooperate s for the purpose of enforcing th dramshop laws of the State and of purifying elevating sad reforming the saloon WIlY then not give them the opportunity to conduct their orderht+ to accustom themselves to the new conditions and to prove to the cow try that the hypocrisy of prohibition need not be resorted to in order to surroundlultheneither party will inscribe Prohi bition on their banner at time next State election and that the issue liquorinterestsopportunity pf an amicable nor1 satisfactory settlement MONTANAS CATHEDRAL otod t allat Helena Mont will cost 500000 and will be a monument to the energy Carrelll1 1a diocese for only three years CDTheCity officials cot busy Thursday padshookup things in the way of appointments under the Board of Public Works One of the first yapvasI t Gasoline Light Inspector tor make CaptJUleypolice but retired when Chief Gunther asked him to take sides against the union employes of the Louisville Railway Company while a strike was on last spring He de served better treatment at the hands of the new Republican administra on Police and flrjvncn are not giving any evidences Vitaklng under lire but there aS t indications that other changes iiSruy departments are Imminent LATE POPE PIUS Project For His Canoniza tion MakingFast Progress The project to canonize the late Pope Plus IX is making fast proS tens A few days ago Cardinal Cretonl Prefect of the Congregation of Rites which has the project under consideration Issued in edict order possessionby the late Pontiff to turn them over to the Congregation within two monthsSi Importantinpart of tIle Congregation to consider all the acts of the Pope whom it Is intended to canonize All tffe Bishops of the world will have to examine the archives of their dioceses hart theyfindof this Pope Hundreds of such documents are to be found in American dioceses and it is expected they all will be sent to Rome UP TO BRANCHES j I Catholic Knights May Usev Pleasure About the Convention I J It depends on the branches of the order as to whether the State Council of the Catholic Knights of America will be held in the present year or next year Hitherto the State councils or conventions have been held every two years but the latest convention of the Supreme Council fixed the term of officers for three instead of two years The State con gentian under ordinary circumstances would have been held on the second Tuesday in September during the present year fThe State officer of Kentucky and the Central Committee of Louisville tto avoid technical entanglement wrote to Supreme President Gaudln to obtain a definite ruling in the matter In respon8 to October letters addressed him by State President Joseph Deitermnn and Mr B A Kruse Secretory of the Central Corn mlttee of Louisville Dr Gaudin un er date of December 27 addressed letter to Mr Kruse to the effect that he insisted on his ruling that the Kentucky convention must be held on the second Tuesday In Sep tember In other words ho refused to change his previous ruling budded t a this proviso If your Central Committee raise no objections to the meeting of tho State Council being held In 1909 and all of the branches of the State are satisfied I see no reason why 1 it can not be postponed under tile clr circumstances until a later date It is now vip to the various branches to say whether they wan the State convention this year or a year later RECENT DEATHS The funeral of August B Huber a popular resident of Germantown took place from St Vincent d Pauls church Monday morning Th deceased was twentyfive years old He was the son of Mr and Mrs Henry Huber and was a young man of splendid character One of ithe most promising young GeorgDauerSaturday The deceased was thirty two years old and Is survived by his wife Mrs Louise Bauer Ills funeralI took place from St Johns church n 9 oclock Monday morning memlberdied at his home 1217 Rowan street Monday morning ue deceased vvn fortyone years old nnd Is by his wife Mrs Anna Connelly The funeral took place from St Patricks church Wednesday afternoon Connelly was a boilermaker and ha been ill three weeks The sympathy of the entire community goes out to Patrolman Michael ONeil and hits wife In the loss of their twoyear ol son Michael Joseph ONeil who died Wednesday morning The little one had been ill of cerebral meningitis placfromOak street Friday afternoon RETURN TO SCHOOL 1hompsoen ml known Louisville boys wtho have been here to spend the holiday season with their parents anti relatives will next week return to St Meinrads College in Indiana to resume their studies Since entering that famed educational institution they ha 1101dblgbIUNDER LAY TRUSTEES At a meeting heM at the residence of Archbishop OConnell of Boston the Catholic Working Boys Homo of that city was placed in charge of a board of lay trustees who will work in conjunction with the res dent director llev James J Redican This iiq the first tim a lay board has been established oyer any itable institution Inthtit arclmdtoc n Q I CARDINALS Merry del Val Says Pope Proposes Three Hats For America Archbishop Farley Appears the Favorite For United States Others Likely to Go to Canada and Some Southern Republic I ROME NOW FULL OF AMERICANS In an interview granted to a correspondent of the World last turda Cardinal Merry del Val Papal Secretary of State gave posittive assurance that before the of the present year and possibly at tIle next consistory which is to take place shortly before Easter another American Cardinal will be created It is hinted at the Vatican that there may be three new American Cardinals one In South America where most of the republics demand the same privilege as recently was granted to Drazllone in Canada which since the death of Cardinal Tascherau has been without a repre sentative in the Sacred College and one in the United States which in the opinion of the Vatican authorities deserves great consideration because of the progress the church has made there Four candidates are mentioned Archbishop Rlordan of San Fran since who recently was in Rome created a very favorable impression among the prelates of the Vaticani uiuuuau of his unassuming ways lIe has been In charge of his archdiocese since 1883 and became of the death of Archbishop Montgomery his Coadjutor a new assistant recently was Iappointed to the archdlfcese with right of succession Then there is Archbishop Ryan of Philadelphia whose claims nobody disputes But many prelates think that city is not important enough to have a Cardinal Archbishop OConnell of Boston Ions been mentioned but some prelates say talk of him is premature as the death of the incumbent of the Seethe late Archbishop Williams oc curred only a few weeks ago and Bishop OOonnell has not had time mlpllnlstl11tor of State the only choice the Popo ofNewhasdonemostimportantStates Secretaryofprevented the Pope from making the promotion before this line been the enormous pressure brought to bent candidateso hasbeenrereatedl1 buttadefinitethePopeRecentlytpressures any kind on the Vatican authorities regarding the matter thatArchbishopwill be the Canadian recipient of the ofSantlngocountryea republicItthatAmericlnstheVaticannationalities When an American rereltJllbto present the letters of nresenta tlon furnished him by the Bishop of theIPapaltper sons of other nationalities matters are more complicated and sometimes i visitoripresenceJust PopeSomet denominations but that is rather inc their favor in obtaining an audience svltldFORTY HOURS DEVOTION Forty Hours devotion will begin atrcedt at10 oclock tomorrow morning St Michaels Dual one of the most thocity1 of their beloved pastor Rev Father Martin OConnor The lladles of the Altar Society have worked hard to secure decorations for the altars and tomorrow1 time sanctuary will present a scene of unwonted splendor The mass on Monday will be ut 0 oclock and the solemn services will elope Tuendayt only expects a largo attendance at the mases but also expects many to lessedSacramentexposedhI KNIGHTS AT BARDSTOWN oColumbusday under most favorable auspices and a close of fortyfive received the three degrees Not less than 150 members of Louisville Council and Lextngtorspecialby eighty Knights sad John T t represeneseg J 4li a knlgltthood theinitiatoryoclock A degree team from Louis DeputyRobertexemplified the work The affairclosed with a banquet GREAT SnOrING Mackln Council Has No Laggards in Busy Camp ltllastnight and when President Ben Saud arrangemeats next Tuesday night reported that thatfestivedisappointment familyGrandboro will not be able to attend and officiate nt the Installation This fleafirstMackin and the lady friends of the tothetoUlewitsdecidedmeetingnext lIartledgeon the sick list During the evening one new member was elected and one application was received The administration of President Sand in which he has had the hearty support of his fellow officers and members has been one of the greatest in the history of the council and the organization shows gains flash cially and numerically Moreover Mackin Council will begin the new year without a member on the books roving duns or assessments certainly a record to be proud of GOOD WOMAN Mrs Mary Veeneman Call ed to Her Eternal Reward Shocking in its suddenness was the death of Mrs Mary Veenemnn nt her home 700 Walnut street Monday evening Mrs Vceneman was a sister of the Very Rev Father Box pastor of St Johns church had Ibeen hln housekeeperAlthough Mrs Veene man had been a sufferer from rheumatism for several years past she was able to attend to her household duties and as late as Christmas day attended the 5 oclock mass and Saturdaytheand then her condition became ran idly worse She passed peacefully byhmcrson and daughter Lawrence and Miss Dymphna L Veeneman The decenseclas born In HoUand seventyfour years ago and came to yearSheyears and while there married tk late John Veeneman During tl e past fortyseven yenta Mrs S seas man has been a foremost worker inI St Johns parish and also Hided In Hedeathr parts of the city because they knot a and realized her worth The funeral took place from St Johns church Thursday morning A solemn mass of requiem was celebrated and the sanctuary was fills with the clergy of the aiocese WORTH WHILE Catholic Manual May In terest You or Yonr Family James Smith may call upon you at nay time within the next few days to solicit your attention while he exploits the merits of The Mnntinl of the Holy Catholic Church He deserves a cordial welcome and profoundattention Th jk work he represents Is edited by tire Rev Father John J McGovern D of Lockport Ill and while iit ndeals with the Catholic church U interesting to nonCatholics as well as to Catholics It is divided into two partslhe Beautiful Teach 2fags of the Catholic Church and Light From the Altar The latter part Is divided into a description of ceremonies of time church and a dic tionary explaining Catholic cere etcMra workheof Archbishops Quigley and Moeller and he has also the good will of our own Right Rev Bishop McCIoskey and of the Ursullne Sisters BISHOP MAES PRESIDED Sunday was a great day for the OrphnAsylum h m Christmas tree had been erected 1In the recreation room and the Right Rev Bishop Maes dispensed theh HenlIo1trupr A Averdlck made addresses to the chil1 dren Rev Father Hillenbrand respondedln DIED AWAY PROM HOME Word received here Thursday even ing nnounced the death of Thom Ford at Los Angeles Cal He ha been in ill health for several months Mr Ford was frmerly engaged the Grocery business at 1300 Slxt teenlh street this city and Is sur iced by his wife and one child IDs remains will ba brought to this city for burial n r a WANTON re OllielousncHs of Judge Sends Members of Parliament to Jail v Lawrence Ginncll Must Sneml Six Months In British 4 Prison The Irish People Aroused As Never Uefore Over Outrage IBIRRELL IN WITH THE PEOPLE The summary imprisonment of Ion Laurence Ginncll who represents Westmeath in the British Par laiucnt has aroused the people of Ireland to such a fury that the Government authorities are unable to cope with the outbreak As a re suIt lion John Redmond and William OBrien who have been leaders of havetemporarllare endeavoring to keep the angry boundGinnell juthedrivingthat offthebeen waytofromtheupon jlnnells upontheirroodsManygroanviolntfonpeople to drive off the cattle but it landlordstopeopleNotguilty by any jury even though the toDublineasesFinallyoffendIng rested but the jury failed to convict thtjuryOWl1flllndssentenced peopletf intheFrom all accounts Secretary Blrrell is in sympathy with the people It is said that during Jiio next session of Parliament whick winintroducetto sell the grazing lands in the West isbelievedin the House of Commons but would theHousea intensitytimeEngland and uprenewedruleConcerning recenterliamootarypartyagoThohavetakenthn1ntheapossibleealvatlonyoumay ofthetodovarypossible GREAT ATHLETES Strong Irish Americans New Yorks Police Force i Occasion all i sayInfrehi prowessNew 0SIHrldan1Swhichof fact John J Flanagan and Mar TYorkdressed and pforcetl Uipthdescent derandcoppers are the salt of the earth foreliasI jumperweightmenbicyclerlderEThisIons aUlletibodJi greatcst lesthanfeeInof solid bone and muscle Hey member of the New York tea went to Athens and won the wo championship for America He also a member of the Iris Amerle tNowdepartmentJohn chnmphammerv l nv also A policeman He has hel worlds record for several year his build is ideal for his favb sport Matt McGrath another r Flanagerof the six JHerculesmayhisasDAVITTI MEMORIAL CIIU1 havehthisforehuStraldethe late Michael Davitt j r h 7cNTUCKY SH R AN KENTUCKY IRISH ftMERlGIW s l Deyoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of alt Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 1 ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINQLE a COpy 50 Entered at the Loulivllle Pottolflee if Second Ctass natter 1 Address all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Qreei St 11 UMONTRADES COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JANUARY 4 1907 SAFEGUARDING MAIUHAGE With the advent of the new year r the new law requiring marriage licenses in the State of New York went Into effect The law Is a good Kentuckyoneand man ladysimilar laws for seventyfiVe or 100 thatysince it is only an echo of the laws of the Catholic church which has everyViiprecaution to safeguard marriage to make the marital contract sure and r bindingThe new marriage law in ew York compels the contracting parties to appear before the County Clerk or RegIstrar and there make known their intentions 1o enter into wed lock The record of this intention Is kept just as the records are kept in Kentucky and are to be at all dImes open to the public Hitherto marriage has been easy in fact often n sham in Xew York A couple went before any minister or Justice of the Peace and were married forthwith and no questions naked If bride or groom found the bonds Irksome they fled or else declared there was no marriage In many cases in Xew York the conlraating parties merely agreed to live together and did not even go through the formality of any ceremony All this led to an utter disregard for the sanctity of marriage It meant broken hearts debauchery and ruin for men and women parentless children a blow at society destruction of the home anti eventually the downfall of the nationFortunately there is a leaven of good in the Empire State and it seems to be leavening the whole mass The new law is n step in the right direction and the people will have no cause to regret its enact ment Our separated brethren sometimes called Protestants taunt us with being priestridden and admonish us to think and act for ourselves It ever occurs to them that Catholics do think and act for themselves They lose sight of itlie fact that the foundation of a mans hope for salvation is selfrestraint It was not enough that our Saviour died to redeem us We must make Sacrifices ourselves We must forego this pleasure anti make that sacrifice In other words we must continually act contrary to our nature Without the virtue of self restrrdnt we an mere animals and unless we practice the precepts of our holy religion wa can not hope to persevere in restraining our selfish passions It is well to remember these things attire opening of the new year The fallacy of trusting solely to the weight of circumstantial evidence was never more manifest than in the case of Isaac Felker who was found mortally wounded Christ inas day and who lied as 51 result f fjjils injuries Monday night Felker a dying delirium declared that he s shot three times by Charles elda Guelda claimed that he uld be able to prove an alibi but ings looked very black for him en two youths declared that thy dI not Guelda had been Felkers allant Had it not been for the nfession of the boys Guelda ugh entirely Innocent might haven sent to tho penitentiary If not the gallows he Sixtieth Congress which began oath ago has thus far accom lhed nothing Both the House and nato have been in session a jfquent intervals but only for n riifif time and the Congressional ecord shows that this time was Imost absolutely wasted The only ark done of permanent value was lie organization of tile two houses he money of the people was thrown wayand for all the value to the oUntry both houses might have met n Monday morning gone through anal organization listened to the residents message Tuesday morn el adjourned Tuesday night to gain after the holidays Judge John Watson Barr one of abest known and most popular Isis that ever sat on the bench I Kentucky died almost with the islnjf of the old year Like the Iyear too he had played his part he worlds work and leaves nd him an honored name For Leen years he was Judge of the il States Court for the District ntucky Always fair always he ever tempered justice with Jle leaves an example tint be hard for his successors to His family havo time fay of the entire State In their meat I riday the hoard ot Public pf which WMarsfiaU Bullitt ly is Chairman dismissed Sam Hart from the police department for conduct grossly unbecoming in a policeman Less than twentyfour hours iater Sheriff Scott Ilullltt a brother of the redoubted arshnJt appointed Hart to a deputyship Verily these reformers are carrying things with a high hand Xo doubt some of Scotts deputies will find a resting place in the police department when Charley Scholl becomes Sheriff A month or more ago when Kentucky went to the Ilfpublican camp when Louisville was turned over body and soul to enemies of everything Democratic the Kentucky Irish American remarked Chickens will como home to roost The result of the shaking of the political plum tree here during the past week Indicates that some of those that may not want to come home are being driven home The number of unemployed wandering the streets of Chicago it1 estimated by men who for years have been living and working amonj these mien as close to 75000 This Iis said to be nn increase of 30000 to 40000 over the ordinary winter contingent QUEERDATA American Lawyers Search Churchyards For Lost Proof The distribution of an estate valued at more than 1000000 is dependent upon date gathered from tombstones scattered through va rious churchyards in the County Cavan Ireland The estate to be apportioned is that of the late Gen James W Iteilly who died in Missouri and who owned vast properties in that State Tine heirs and claimants have employed Lieut Coy McKinley of Missouri and Attorney William K Heilly one of the heirs and a res- Ident i of Washington D C to look after their interests Gen Ilcilly was a descendant of the OHeilly clan of County Cavan Two centuries ago his ancestors got into trouble be caused they loved Ireland too well and sought refuge in America Other descendants of the family are scattered over Missouri and Ohio Attorneys Iteilly and McKinley spent several months in Ireland prosecuting their search for proof and came back to America with many moss covered and weather stained tombstones each showing something of the intricacies of the OHeilly family It will take several months more to disentangle the thread and settle the estate POPES CHRISTMAS Spent the Day Quietly With His Sisters and Cardinals The Pope spent a quiet Christmas in the company ot his sisters and his niece Gilda Pnrolin In the morning he consecrated as Arch bishop of Bologna Mgr Della Chiesa who was for many years the Papal Assistant Secretary of State both under the late and the present Pope yearly all the members of the Sacred College in the city added splendor to the ceremony us they had called at the Vatican palace to offer their Christmas greetings to the Pope Mgr Della Chiesa is a very unassum ing man He probably will be made a Cardinal at the Consistory which is to take place during March Ills predecessors the late Cardinals Syampa and Parrocchi were embers of the Sacred College and the elevation of Mgr Della Chiesa to the dignity of Cardmal is considered in Vatican circles only a matteivvjr right After the consecration in the Sistine Chapel the Pope invited all hlsprJvntelIbrarythe Dean of the Sacred College read PopeThematters he has at heart and which he wishes to see accomplished before his death Among these are the codification of the canon law of the wayinsion and the consecration of the Vulgate translation of the Bible which the Pope recently entrusted to the Benedictine order THE EDITORS FLY I cant keep the visitors from coming up said the office boy de jectedly When I say youre out they dont believe me They say they youWell the editor just tell them tlmatg what they all soy I dont care if you sass them but I must quietnessThat there called at the office a lady with hard features and an acid expression She wanted to see the editor and the boy assured herimpossibleBut she pro tested Im his wife Thats what they all soy replied the boy That is why he1 found himself on the floor with the lady sitting on his neck and smacking his head with a ruler and that is why there It anew boy xanted there 7 Id pr9ta1 gpa tr w9 S0GIETY iI Miss Anna lines has just returned from Alabama where she was spending the holidays Miss Nora Keating 3429 Third ave nue has as her guest Miss Lillian Keating of Shelbyvllle Mrs Edward L Winter has been spending the holidays as the guest of Mrs J J McCloskey Joseph Peake spent the holidays with Mr and Mrs Bob ert Peakcat New Haven Miss Margaret Malone of the High lands left Mondayfor Cincinnati to be the guest of Mrs Coldewey Mrs H J McMullen of Chicago is here as the guest of her parents Mjynd Mrs Patrick J Grogan Miss Anna Hines of Sixth and Zane streets has been visiting nt Pratt City Ala for the past two weeks Miss Irene McCabe has returned ti her home at Crescent Hill after + i delightful visit to friends in Frank fortMiss Loretto 1glns popular in New Albany society circles has been spending the holiday season with relatives in Alabama Mss Anna OConnor has returned from Ellzabethtown after spending the holidays with her parents Mr and Mrs M T OConnor Robert Wimsett nnd daughter Catherine who were here with rela tives for the holidays have returned to their home at New Haven Mr and Mrs M J Keily of Phila delphia were here to spend the holidays with Mrs Kellys father Mr II It Swann and were extensively entertained Miss Mary Ellen Cunlff Will be hostess to the members of the Good Will Social Club at her rildencc 1708 West Chestnut street on Thurs day evening January 0 Miss Lllliun Dalyof the High lands will give a luncheon and theater party this evening In hdnor of Miss Ida Quinton who has been her guest for the holidays Robert Logue and wife and daugh ter who were the holiday guests cf Mrs William Logue 320 West Sixth street New Albany have returned to their home at Mayfield Miss Ida Itaidy entertained a num ber of friends at euchre at her home on West Main street on Friday of last week when all present spent a very delightful evening Peter Mallon who was here to spend tine Christmas holidays with his mother and relatives leaves today for St Louis where he holds a responsible railroad position Mr James Barron of Wingato Texas has returned home after upending the holidays with iris cousins the Misses Katie and Bridgie Itiordan of 2435 Bank street John Clare the New Albany rail road engineer Mrs Clare and their daughter have been spending the past week with relatives and friends at Seymour and Jndianapolls Miss Susie Brady of Frankfort was here to spend the holidays with Mrs J F Brady on Twentysixth street Monday evening a delightful reception was given in her honor Joseph Hogan and Bridget McCune and Oscar Montgomery and Annie Ollourke were granted license Tues day and are now receiving congratu lations of friends upon their happy marriage Miss Louise Cassllly entertained Thursday afternoon In honor of Miss Frances Henchey The parlors were tastefully decorated in red and white and Miss Cassilly proved a delightful young hostess Dr Michael Casper and Attorneys Thomas and Austin Walsh heave re turned from FayettS county Ind where they spent the Christmas holidays hunting and visiting the old folks at home William T Cnawk Jr of the Globe Tanning Company was made happy New Years day ibV the arrival of a little daughter Will has had previous experience and bears well the dignity of paternity Mrs Louis Hugelmeyer Center and Chestnut streets entertained a watch party of lady friends New Years eve Handsome favors were distributed and a happy farewell givAi the departing year firs Loretta Higgins of New Al bany and Musses Florence Flynn Mamie Hbllihan and Anna Hlnes of this city have returned from Birm ingham Ala where they spent the holidays visiting relatives Will Kllkelly residing at 1651 Prentice street who has been con fined to his home by Illness is now much improved and was able to en tertain the many friends who called upon him New Years day Martin Hibbltt formerly of Louis vine and popular in Hibernian circles nova a resident of Indian apolis arrived here New Years day and will Remain the greater part of next week visiting friends and reIn tives Mr and Mrs James P Haanon who spent part of the holidays with their families in this city returned to Chicago last Sundaynight Mr Hannon la chief clerk in the of an important railroad office there Mrs John J Maloney the efficient Secretory of the Catholic Womans Club who spent the Christmas boll days ih Chicago ns the guest of her brother Kenton Pope prominent in Chicago business circles is expected to return home during the latter part of next week Vill Blanford and bride who was Miss Mollle Mackie will return tomorrow from their honeymoon trip and will at once go to housekeeping in Collins Court South Louisville where they will be rat home to their friend after Monday They were married last week at Holy Name church Ilevl Father John OConnor performing tjhe ceremony Miss Margaret Murphy of Park land entertained a few friends with a watch party at her home New Years eve Among those present were Misses Katie Klein Florence Bycrly Cleo Marchand Olive Webb Jessie Smith Lillle Miller Marie Schneider Alice Mary and Margaret Murphy and Messrs Joe Davlson Louts Henry John Myers Will Tay lor Gus Suhre George lflum Ed Mahel Oscar Hartmon Leo Marchand Joe Miller Ed lflum Os car Graham and John Murphy The young people spent the evening In playing games and dancing and are full of praise for their young hostess Miss Jiry Campbell of 2423 was the hostess Tuesday evenibj 1t a deli little at home in BT nor of Miss Catherine Bannon who spent the Christmas holidays In Louisville after sCcrai- months of hard study at Sacred Heart Academy Crescent Hill Among the guests were Misses Cath erine Mary Elizabeth and Anna Lee Campbell Jessie and Catherine Ban non Angela Flynn and Nellie Pul ford and Masters Barney and John Campbell Best Pulford and others Refreshments were served during the evening and time young folks en- joyer a very agreeable closing of the old year One of the many pleasing Incidents of the homecoming of children dur ing the Christmas holidays was the box party nt time Mary Anderson Theater last Monday where Miss Catherine Bannon was the hostess Mss Catherine has ben n pupil at Sacred Heart Academy during the past academic session and was as sisted In receiving her friends by her sister Miss Jessie Bannon The guests were Misses Lucille Schle man Mary and Edna Campbell Tints Bowman Gladys Hoertz Mary Louise Nobbe Rachel and Leah OBrien and Ellen Wat hen They were chaperoned by Mesdames Ben Schleman and M J Bannon A charming entertainment for the young folks was that given by Miss Tlula Bowman at hoer home on Main street near Twentythird Thursday afternoon It was one of the last ohances the youngsters had to enjoy themselves before returning to school and they took advantage of the occasion to make merry Miss Catherine Bannon daughter of Mr and Mrs M J Bannon was the guest of honor Among those present were Misses Louise Nobbe Gladys Hoertx llaehel and Leah OBrien Ellen Wathen Adella Belling Bertha Miller Susan Ryan Catherine and Jessie Bannon Grace Bowman and Edith King Mrs William Delaney well known In Irish Catholic social circles and W S Ackley were quietly married in the parlors of St Patricks rectory on time night of Christmas eve The Very Tier Father Tames P CronIn performed the ceremony Mr and Mrs Ackley immediately left for Nashville and other Southern points on a bridal tour and arrived home Monday evening The happy bride groom is a locomotive engineer in the employ of the Kentucky Indi ana Bridge Company His bride iis one of the active workers in the Ladies Auxiliary of the A 0 II The announcement of their wedding will be a pleasant surprise to their friends CALLED SUDDENLY John L Beizer Worked Un til Few Hours Before Death John L Beltzer City Treasurer of Covington died at his home in that city last Saturday and leis funeral took place from St Marys Cathedral Tuesday morning Time deceased was one of the best known Republicans despitethe ngolJhad but one week to serve when death overtook him At the recent election he was chosen City Clerk opponentbyMr Beltzer was born in Cincinnati fiftyfour years ago but removed to Covington wheri eleven years old He grew up in the mercantile busi ness and was a valued employe of several of the large wholesale shoe manufacturers in Covington and Cincinnati prior to his election as City Treasurer Strict attention to duty accommodating manners and business like methods made him althoughheDespite the feet that he had been in ill health for several months Mr Beltzer remained at his desk In the Covington City Hall until the dar morninghobooks at his hbmowhen the final attackedhimHe is survived by his wife one son prominentfuneral was one of the largest ever held in Covington HAD ma RUN Louisvilles postoffice had a phe nomenal run of business for a week sincethenon corresponding days during pre vious years More mall was handled more stamps were sold and more letters and packages delivered than ever before In Louisville All man received prompt attention and the general public owes a vote of thanks to Postmaster Robert Emmet Woods and hits force of assistants and car riers The increased volume of busi ness shows that Louisville Is steadily increasing as a commercial center TWO GOOD MEN Martin Donahue and Wallace Ren fro both good men and widely known throughout Kentucky have Combined and opened a detective agency In the Commercial building Mr Donahue was for many years a member of the Louisville detective force served two terms as Councilman from the Tenth ward and was also In the Sinking Fund department Mr Renfro was Deputy Sheriff for several terms and Chief Deputy during the past six years Both have had an extended experience and will doubtless succeed in their naw calling 0- if-i r KNIGHTS OF DOLIIHBIISe Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere Gulf Coast Council at Biloxi Miss will initiate Its third class on the first Friday in archIAfter a spirited contest Dr Edward Delehanty was elected Grand Knight by Denver Council The past year has been a phenomenally successful one for this great order which has been extended as never before The St Louis Chapter has ar ranged for a vesper service at the Jesuit College church on Sunday evening January 12 Huron Knights have perfected ar rangements for the initiation of a big class on Sunday January 13 Huron Council is one of the largest in South Dakota Kentucky did splendid work last year organizing several splendid councils There is still room for more and from present indications the record for the coning year wilt be even bette- rREMEMBER OLEAllY Veteran Pedestrian De feated Local Opponents On Tan Bark Just now the daily and weekly papers and the monthly magazines are teeming with notices about Daniel OLeary the veteran pedes trian who at sixtythree years of age is able to perform feats thai make men of twentyfive and thirty balk and retire Ills latest feat is to walk 1000 miles in 1000 consecu five hours All of the papers and magazines have overlooked the fact that Mr OLeary walked a six day goas you please contest in Louisville more than thirty years ago and de pedestriunsThethe old Exposition building where the Custom Mouse now stands at Fourth occurredinMichael Queenan a nephew of Capt Michael Queenan of this city and another young IrishAmerican hose name line been forgotten en tered the lists against OLeary The latter was then as he is now an intense Irish Nationalist He found several old friends in Louisville and they introduced him to others so that night and day he was cheered on by his own people in his feat of enduranceOften would summon some of his friends to accompany him around lapstoand the late Patrick OMalley were among those who had the pleasure of walking with Dan OLeary Before the week was out he hall walked many more miles than both of his opponents together PROGRESS OP GERMANY I According to a Berlin dispatch Germany Is making an Industrial shipbuilding contracts for the construction of two battleships for that country A German bank has been granted aI concession for the construction of the great north and south railway I through Chile A German wireless telegraph company is negotiating with the Chilean Government for a wireless system to connect Valparais and Punta Arenas It is said also that German trade in southern Chile has dispossessed that of all other nations especially that of the United States Whatever economic influence the Germans have acquired In South America has been acquired by honest hard work They have gone out In search of South American trade and have got It If Americans had been equally Industrious they probably would have been equally successful It is a misfortune that they do not pay more attention to South America which abounds In great opportuni ties now that pronunclamentos and revolutions are no longer tobe feared RESPECTED CITIZEN DEAD Engelbert Lammers one of the best known and most highly respec- te 1 German Catholics in the East End tiled at his home 73G East Madison street Saturday night He had been ill less than a weeK having con tracted pneumonia while attending the funeral of a friend Mr Lammers hall lived in Louisville more than fifty years At one time he was engaged in the foundry business but retired from native life several years ago Five children survive They are Dr Ben J Lammers Herman and Henry Lammers and Misses Mary anti Catherine Lammers The funeral took place from St Martins church Tuesday morning and a large concourse of friends attended time requiem mass SIXTVSIXTH Col Philip Ackermann was given a most enjoyable surprise on Friday of last week by a number of his old friends who assembled to tender con gratulations and entertain him at dinner in celebratiqn of the sixty sixth anniversary of his birth For forty years Col Ackermann has been recognized for his worth and Influ ence In Louisville He Is one of the founders of the big Senn Acker mann Brewing Company and Is among the leading brewers of this section of the country From all quarters came expressions of goodwill and the hope that there would be many recurrences of the happy event DELMONTS OPEN HOUSE The Delmont Clubs Ciopen house New Years day was a success in every way and that organization laid a firmer hold on its title to the most popular social organization in Louis = ville From noon until late at night the members of the club were busy distributing good cheer among its invited quests The club rooms were tastefully decorated an orchestra discoursed popular music and an elaborate luncheon with liquid re freshments served to satufy the inner man Delmont Clubs guests wished Hs members many happy re turneof the dy STEWART DRY GOODS Business Established Sixty Years COI1fEYr YOFtI STOltE i f t I CHINA AND GLASSWARE Basement PRICES SHARPLY REDUCED IN CHINA AND GLASSWARE Sale of 12piece Toilet Sets in white and gold regular 525 valueSale price 450 set Wash Bowls and Ewers in white regular 100 value Sale price 85c set Cleanup sale of all Semiporcelain Dinnerware at 25 per cent off former prices Fancy Japanese Cups and Saucers regular 15c value Sale price lOc French China and English Porcelain Soup Plates Reduced to 5c each Cut Glass Handled or Unhandled Nappies regular 2 valueReduced to 149 each Cut Glass TumblersReduced to 70c each Colonial Glass Tumblers regular 75c dozenReduced- to 50c dozen Optic Tumblers regular 50c dozenReduced to 39c doze- nHOSIERY Main Floor THE REDUCTION OF PRICES CONTINUED IN WOMENS AND CHILDRENS HOSIERY Womens Black Cotton Laceankle Hose full regular made sizes 8 12 to 10 limited quantity 35c qual ityReduced to ISc pair Womens Black Ingrain Cotton Hose with white split feet medium weight 3Sc qualityReduced to 25c pair Womens Black Heavy Cotton Hose full regular made with cotton splicings regular 35c qualityReduced- to 25c pair- Womens Fancycolored Gauze Lislethread Hose double splicings plain and embroidered a good assortment of SOc HoseReduced to 25c a pair Womens Onyx Black Silk Ltsle Hose with linen spliced sole double heels and toes black only regular SOc qualityReduced to 38c pair two pairs for 7Sc 150 Silk Hose for 85c Womens Black Pure Silk Hose gauze weight every thread silk all sizes 150 qualityReduced to 85c pair- Childrens School Hose Black 1x1 Ribbed fullfash ioned with double splicings all sizes 25c qual itySale price 15c a pair KNIT UNDERWEAR Main Floor 7 SPECIAL REDUCTION OF PRICES IN WOMENS WINTERWEIGHT KNIT UNDERWEAR Womens White Cotton Underwear Fleecelined Vest and Pants regular 29c valuerReduced to 18c gar ment Womens White Cotton Extrasize vests and Pants fleeced 39c valueReduced to 25c garment Womens White Cotton Fleeced Union Suits button front regular SOc valueReduced to 35c garment Womens White Cotton Fleeced and Mediumweight Union Suits 75c and 100 qualityReduced to 65c garment Special lot of Womens and Childrens Winter Under wear cotton and merino slightly soiled Vests Pants and Drawers sold up to 100 garment Re duced to 25c eacheWomens Black Ribbed Cotton Tights extra sizes 75c valueReduced to 6Sc pair Womens Black Ribbed Merino Tights splendid 125 qualityReduced to 85c pair Special reductions in all Ypsilanti Underwear STEWART DRY GOODS CO locotportttd Ui CONNECTION WITH JAMES McCBEEBY ft CO MEW YGftK DONT FORGET THOSE AWAY FROMUOME SEND THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN To those friends and relatives away from Louis ville with all the news of the people they knowaand more than you can write in a letter Can be sent to anywhere in the United States or Canada FOR 1OO PER YEARFOREIGN COUNTRIES 150 PER YEAR 2Vt1tULEVSMonday Tuesday and Wednesday even Ings and Wednesday mati- neeCHECKERS HOPKINSThe Ideal Family Theatre HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE 2snows DADY2 ladies t Souvenir Matinee Tuesdayy Amateur Night Friday Childrens Tiy Matinn SaturdayA- LL r SEATS RESERVED Matisee 10 l625c j Nlf M 10 20 Me tpr75 CBa THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1030 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction craarauteed Uhre yoar boys wUlprpartthe ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway LoatsTltU Kjr eekaeeauBeaadpnraeaeXarfeSwimmlBPoot veil SjrmttunMB TtnM M4crte 3nIJa M Dir 1 fl- rJ 1 c 11TLY711C t LKI 1 i A6 t I ItBEMcKENN4 WHISKYC IT IS ALWAYS PURE iH McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky I II- PMJBANNON Pro Mgr BANNONVlcPr Kentucky Yitrifto ikI4 INCORPOR- ATED11Sinuftaoturorem oY VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STP ETS AND ROADWAYS Office 508512 W Jefferson St Works Magnolia Are Bet 9th and 10th TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE 1202 f Iran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmeri Carriages Furnished for AH Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 +H ++++ It++ H It It D J DOUGHERTY S J MCELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answirid Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET rf ftI HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S mast Vtairn Street J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 383 TRACY STRAUBI FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS cHS50ipJ5lhedOD 1531 W MARKET STREET THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All calls promptly attended to day or night Carriage furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST PRIVATE HOSPITAL w FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville Ind own and manage a private hospital for the care and treatment of insane and epileptic pajients qtbmale apilfemale patients are admitted Rates very reas onable for further par lcqJrs apply o MOTHER MARY REGINT- 1ERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avease Jelferionvllle lad Wire year boys an cdacatloa that will prepare them for life ST XAVJERS cOLLIE- S 13 W Broadway LOMisvttf Kr- Condacted fey tbeXaverUB Brothers Clauktl- aaknUiie and hslneal CourHClPrepar vputtreatIargeEwMurlaaPiol Nell Yysauhnr Teton Moderate Bro James r a tI n iJHIR M ftANDRIOTSONSX i iOON MAN fACJU fR Carriage Repairing and RaMier Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET PUT AAIJI J i PPULSU DYER AND CLEANER ladles and Gents Wearing Apparal WORK GUARANTEED non du 528 Fifth Street Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHINGEI LOUIS WABNITZ G- OPreprkiirs 339 FIFTH STREET f MERITS liOM1t- Capt it I 2 T John B Murphy Will Succeed Himself as Commissioner Capt John D Murphy has been honored by reappointment as the Democratic member of the Police Commission of Jeffersonville The appointment was made by Gov byOaptCaptMurphyDurbin in 1001 reappoInted by him in 1004 and is now named to succeed himself for another term of three years Oapt Murphy is general yardmaster for the Pennsylvania lines in prominently and Catholic societies in Louisville and Jeffersonville During the six years that he has served as Com missioner Capt Murphy lids given universal satisfaction and pointment is a deserved recognition of his worth He has been busy congratulations i HUSH BARYTONE Eastern Press Loud In Its Praise of Romantic Actor I Eastern papers those of New York particularly are full of the praise of Denis OSullivan the young and talented Irish actor and singer Mr OSullivan was born in San Francisco in 180S but has spent much time in Ireland preparing for the roles he now essays Not only has he been praised for his concert work but the press is lauding him and his company for their efforts in comedydramavan is possessed of a barytone voice of unusual power and sweetness and his new drama enables him to sing several songs that go right to the I SaxonI is sup posed to be Lady Margaret OPriscoil thehairBarryTrevorgoestorangement brings the young Briton and Peggy together and in a moment decideItoDymistakePeggy and harry find that they have gone through a real marriage Barry enlists and goes ofi to the wars i Eventually he returns falls in loveI with his own wife and they live theyIdohis company are expected in Louis Tllle at an early tate TAKE THEm SEATS I Division 2 Ancient Order of Hiber luans will have the installation of officers next Friday night President Con Ford and his collcugies jwho were recently reelected will again take the obligations that they so faithfully carried out during the present year The division has undo greater progress this year than ever before and Is now numerically and financially strong A full attendance of the members is desired The officers to be installed are President Con J Ford Vice PresIdentDan McKenna TreasurerOwen Keiran Recording Secretary Joseph T LynchFinancial SecretaryJ ff Keaney SayersSentinel DoyleFrankFitzPlltrIckFrank PASSIONISTS WERE BUSY The Fathers of the Passionist order at the Sacred Heart Itetreat were kept quite busy aiding other clergymen during the present week FatherIAmas morning Rev Father Alphon sus on the same day assisted Rev Father McConnell the venerable pastor of St Stephens at Owensboro Rev Father Lambert was at ville assisting Rev Father Bernard Doherty and Rev Father Augustine went to New Haven to assist Rev Father William Buckman WEDDING IN PROSPECT Friends of James A Sexton a gallant firemen of Company No 8 I anInouncementwho the lucky girl is lie has not divulged but on Christmas day he ringinand informed them that he inteudrd to bestow the attractive circlet on one of his fair acquaintances Those who know James believe he means business this time- POLICEMAN SUFFERS rossI I Corporal John Harrington is receiv ing ninny expressions of sympathy over the loss of his home 2310 Rowan street Corporal Harrington theirChristmasthat the house was afire Several neighbors gave the alarm but tlc family was only able to save a few articles before the premises wera destroyed TIle loss will reach 800 and is only pnrtlnJlYinsured LENIS GOOD EXAMPLEI I The Louisiana State Federation of Catholic Societies has just called upon the General Council of New prohibiting the theaters and as it appears on billboards and all other public adver tisements in that city At the same tIme the Federation called upon nil Catholics in the State to withdraw their support from playhouses which aim at the moral destruction of the youth of today I IJEU YEAR DANCE I Will Social Club will start off in 1908 with a Leap Year dance at Schreibers Hall Twenty sixth and Bank streets Tuesday evening January 7 The young ladies promise an enjoyable evening to all who attend r a QCITYRL8cTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets oin the Second and Fourth Fri day Evenings of Each Month President Thomas D ClInes Vice PresidentJames J Kilkelly Recording Secretary Thomaa Keenan Jr- Financial Secretory P J Cuaick CourthouseTreasurerCharles J FInegan Sergeantatanns James 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 Secretary John T Kean el I DIVISON 3 Meets on the First and Third Thurs day evenings ol Each Month Northeast I corner of Seventeenth and Main PresIdentJames Coleman Vice President Phil Cavanaugh I RecordIng SecretaryJohn Torrls Financial Secretary John Hession 1714 Baird street Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sergeantatarms Thomas Noon DIVISION 4 Meets second and fourth Mondays Odd Fellows Hull Sixth and Walnut PresidentJoseph P McGinn i Vice PresIdentStephen J McEI- Nott i Recording Secretary Frank P Burke Financial Secretary W J Conj nelly 100 Seventh street Treasurer Joseph L Lenlhan SergeantatArmsRobert Mitchell I Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaun Hall County PresidentrLouis Constan tInePresldentJohn Vice Presidept KennedyIi I Recording Secret ryT OHern tinancial SecretaryJ E Murph- yTeaeurerMicbael Kinney Marshall M Garrlty Banner BearerJ G Cole Y 3VI I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Event gs at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street President Ben J Sand first Vice President =John T Ken neySecond Vice PresidentFrank Lan ahanRecording Secretary Ben ReedIii Financial Secretary i Adams 2141 Rowan streetICorresponding SecretaryJoseph J Hancock Treasurer Daniel W Weber MaahalJohn Humphrey Inside Sentinel=Adblphtib Andriot Outside Sentinel G urge Bartsch J CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNSI 632 FOURTH AVENUEB- oth Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed All tlio new Fall Styles and shapes can be found hero at reasonable prices HINTS ON STYLE High class milliners are showing sonie very chic small hats Satin hats are especially liked for all dress occasions this winter Navy blue wine color brown plum and purple voiles make very at tractive suit waists The waists this season whether for costumes or separate skirts are intmually elaborate Junny large hats are worn this sea sonnnd with the great majority they are intensely becoming There is nothing quite so smart and becoming to a woman of good figure as a tightfitting long coat The most striking thing about the belt display this winter is the prominence of steel in the general schemeBraid trimming for the separate waist is a new feature Bands of Japanese embroidery nib also seen on the waist Tailored shirt waists with deep tucks are very becoming to most figures and pre now considered smart for morning wear A great many flannel waists are seen this season Some of the smartest models in tailored flannel shirts are fitted with linen collars embroidered in color That broadcloth is the reigning favorite for visiting toilettes and cos tumes of semitailor type there is no doubt but for time same purpose poplin occupies an almost similar position I DEPENDS English John and Pat were con stantly tilting each one trying to out wit the Other Are you good at measurement asked John I am that said Pat Then could you tell mehow many shirts I could get out of a yard Sure U depends on whose yard you get into Many a fellow would gladly die for a girl if he felt that she could ever replace ihe hoes Ut WINSOME BRIDE r i Miss Abbie Hennessy Will Soon Become Mrs Guy Osterrriein Irs Winifred Hennessy 737 East Chestnut street has announced the approaching nuptials of her daugh ter Miss Abbie C Hennessy and Guy E Osterman The wedding will take place at St Johns church Clay and walnut streets on the morning of Wednesday January 22 The ibrideabouttobe has been the operator for the Cumberland Tele phone Company at the Old Inn for favorablyknownworth knowing and has won the praise of many traveling men for prompt attention to duty and ac commodating manners congratulated catch He is well known in local amateur baseball circles For several years past he has been manager of the cigar stand at the Old Inn and is in touch with many things political both in the city and State GALA NIGHT Mackin Council Plans For Elaborate Installation Ceremonies Mackin Council Y M I met in regular session Monday night with chairProbablyattendance was very slim Those on beimprovingevening was a discussion of plans for the installation to be held on the JanuaryThe 250 for the benefit of a youth whose educa tion lias been taken Inta the hands of the Consumers League It also placed 50 at the disposal of the com mittee that has the installation in toibaeat 230 oclock tomorrow afternoon The committee has invited all the nembers their lady friends and nil eligible young men to attend the public installation In addition to willbefew briel speeches light refresh nents and to crown all a dance FINAL ADVENT 8EKMGV A large and attentive aiullenct icard lien Father Cassidy G P Layflea lastfiyered by the Passionist Fathers Nearly every parish in the city was epresented by those who brave FatherGasgave his hearers many things about vhich to think- CHINESE PRIEST COMING FarleyhasspirItual men in New York City The new priest is now on his way to America and is accompanied by Bishop Merel if Canton There are many Chinese Catholics in Xew York Boston and San Irnncisco who have hitherto been attended by clergymen not of heir own race- GENEROUS RESPONSE In response to an appeal from time flight Ilev Bishop McCloskey the collection at all the masses in this diocese on Christmas day was taken up for the benefit of poor Catholic missions So far as it can be learned he people responded generously to lis Lordships pastoral NICE PHIZES OFFERED New Albanys branch of the Cath lic Knights and Ladies of America Holytrinityjuite a number of nice prizes have een secured and the general public s invited to participate in the games LOVES THE IRISH Three Irish priests members of lie Franciscan order have been sent o Egypt to look after the spiritual eeds of the English speaking Cath llc congregations there The trio vas sent at the earnest request of Pope Pius N- YOURS AMONG THEM A French magazine largely devoted to feminine interests announces that after due investigation it is able to place before its readers many of whom thought information on the gemsflowersthe birth month This is the list as givenJanuaryGarnet mistletoe red nd black primroseblackMarch Iluby violets beige and gray torgetmenotshitevhiteMayEmerald grayJuneAgate YheliotroPelueSeptember Chrysophase edel weiss violet October Opal chrysanthemum red and brown grayDecemberand black YOUR APPRECIATIVE WORD This old world would be a happier place if we made it a habit to tell ur friends oftbe nice things we tear about them We all know how peasant t is to hear things of that ort The employer who appreciates and occasionally praises the work of his employa gets far better results than the one who never takes the trouble to recognize the wen meant I efforts of those whom he employs It is so in every kind of work The mistress who praises work well done earns the affection and willing serv ice of those she employs Do not praise where no praise is due but your eyes open and you will find something praiseworthyfn ulU most every one r La FRANK FEHR BREWING CO T IffCO RE ORJVTXCX Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KIT Cumb Phone Halo 1913 Home Phone 1913 THE WIEDEMANNBREWING 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 Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANY INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOuxtQILxi uY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE I Brewed from carefully selected barley and hops never permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TELEPHONE rasa Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts ASK FOR FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7569 CLIMB PHONE WEST 69 JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY ASK P OlJ-DgERSFileT SFINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHNFOERTELCOIxwavoanr- eoBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE ICY OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8T0e 9T012 DONT YOU WANTG- ood Dental work dons for the teat money Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR HtJJ COUCHMAN Dentist OFFICE 542 FIFTH STREET HEBRMAM BRO IKPOJ1TJUtS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal era in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiflkie especially PEARL OF KELSOI BOTTLED IN BND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Stre e Independent of AH Undertakera KATIE AGNES SMITH- LADYCMULMBIt Washing and Dressing L dieeand Children r Specialty Office 66 St CatbtiliHi B t Mfct Beware of the tocalled Just as good kinds and insist on getting DIAMOND WALl PIAS byfreezingKentucky Wall Plaster Co INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook and River Louisville Ky Also operating the Hooaler Wan Plu ter Plant Jeffersonville Ind Phone 665 WES LIQUORS CISARS VALS SALOONvl VAL LESTE5 Prp J Hot Leach troveto fe i Uv 0RRitfau mNTUCKY Jf11tIC4H AL RIOAN THE BIG STORE Wishes all its patrons and friends a happy and prosperous New Year and tenders many thanks for their liberal patronage in the past and solicits a continuance for the coming year THE BIG STORE 424 WeetetweeaMarket- StFourth and Fifth MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO Clearance Sale To Make Room FOR BIG 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 Upright145T- he Largest Piano Stock in the South MONTENEQRO= RIEUM MUSIC CO Incorporated 3t or30 FOURrU AVENUE HOLIDAY COFFEES Mulloys Coffees and Teas are rich In flavor and purity The never varying standard of excellence SPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR 50C Green Black or Mixed Teas an AC excellent grade 1 pound for TcJC MULLOYCOFFEE HomPboncfjaj Q14 v AIAI2KICr IiIrREET BrJJH TiiBck fia Rogers BOOK GO I PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE Give us a cal and inspect our line of goods They are the Xfinest of their kind in the city VS9 BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES + OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 1 434 w Jefferspn Street J+ pp+ + + + + + + + + + + + + QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES e For manyyears the Quick Meal has been universally acknowledged as the best gas range in the market They cook quickly bake excellently and o a account of their patent air burners consume less gas than any other They are more easily cleaned and are made to last The new improvements this year will keep it in the front rank Having made our 1907 contract before the advance in prices of all iron goods we are able to sell at old prices GEHER SON 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND LARGEST AND BESTS IN THE CITY UNITED LAUNDRY CO Incorporated LAND WORK A SPECIALTY ss GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES J 1188493732J T N SHEPARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN 4 K g4 Jx xjx x SM w4 Albert T Schranz Co REAL ESTATEI- N ALL ITS BRANCHES lMONEY oro xoANCU- MBo PHONE MAIN 27y Room jIi Law Bldg 1 Center and Green nf USE TEEr HOME TELEPHONE 1 BOTH LONG AND SORT DISTANCE THE BEST SERVICE THAT CAN BE OBTAINED i J WHEN YOU WANT JOB PRINTINGDone With Nwitnefisiina Dispatch Call at ThisOMcot- i I Satisfaction or I MoneyBack o eeea c 00M- ARKET JNSONSTREET aRT THIRD AND FOURTH INCORPORATED SECOND FLOOROJI Good Coats i Fine Furs i litwmmke For Littlei Money I less of your money to buy a beforeiNeckpiece than ever I Womens Coats Half Price II- o Such sweeping price reductions at this early date are almost unprecedented It iisthe result however of unusual and unlookedfor weather conditions I I iII 1000 for Womens Stylish Winter Coats worth 2000 ii 1250 for Womens Stylish Winter Coats worth 2500 i000000 g 00000000000000000000 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Put WeekGeneral- News l Notes Members of Division 4 are very proud of their new hall Milwaukee division has 510 members and is the second largest in the country I Division 4 will not meet again until January 13 when there will be some thing doingrAt Coxsackie N Y the division has organized a fife and drum corps with eighteen members I IXext Friday night Division 2 will begin its work for the new year The installation of officers will be a feature I Division 1 held the last meeting of tho year Friday night The newly elected officers will be installed January 10- Division 42 of Boston initiatedI leven members within the last seven months and has six more candidates ready for the degrees I The Duluth division had to hold an extra meeting this month 1o take action on new applications andaninitiation will be held early next year I All Hibernians will uc welcome at the meeting of Division 3 next Thurs day night Those who accept the invitation will not soon forget the I eventMembers of the Milwaukee division have presented D J OConnor who was its Secretary for ten years with 100 cash and a set of engrossed I resolutionsDivision 2 of Buffalo increased its membership 100 per cent during tlw past twelve months and officers and duplicatethisI IJohn T Kelly who represents Wisconsin in the National Board of Directors is urging the divisions in that State to double their member I divisionsInow before the County Board is the coming celebration of St Patricks day There is no time to lose and the delegates should give this matter prompt attention I The Ladies Auxiliary will install JanuaryI154andbe present A splendid entertain ment will follow to which the men i invitediand Life Insurance Fund of Minnesota held the final meeting of the year at Minneapolis last Sunday The insurance branch of the order is in numerically andfinancially I IThe annual report of Division 1 of Indianapolis shows the pioneer divIs- II on of Marion county to have made a durIngtheprominent when the national con vention meets at the Hoosier capital I Worchester Hibernians will unite comingStthe grandest ever held in Massachusetts The general committee will comprise five members from every division in the city and county ST BONIFACE CELEBRATES Beginning with the late mass at lOoclock tomorrow St Bonifaces church will be a shrine of devotion for three days The church one of the handsomest in the city will be beautified beyond comparison in prayerStcongregationsinare sources of edification to other Catholics in this and other dioceses PERMANENT PASTOR J Rev Father De Vrllle who recently returned from France has been installed as pastor of the Sacred heart church at RusseUville This energetic priest was formerly pnstol- lot St Alphbnsus 1 church in Daviess county Russellvllle Catholics are very thankful for having secured a permanent pastor- OLIIIrBINO TilE LADDER Henry Geagen a native of Louis YUle and until a few months ago a resident of Kentucky has been made Assistant Superintendent of the Brookhaven and Pearl river branch of the Illinois Central railroad sys tem Young deegenybesjust readied his majority and is a graduate of St Marys Academy and the High School at Paducah Ills father Col Richard Qeagen was a leader In Irish affairs in Louisville forty years ago and though a resident of Paducah for many years is still an ardent lover of Ireland He is proud of his sons preferment HON NEWTON G ROGERS President of the Federation of Cath olic Societies THEATRICAL I The Mary Anderson will present next week one of the best bills ever seen anywhere All those appearing belong to the headline class and pa trons of that house are certain enjoy the performanc- ei toII I hon Knighthood Was in Flower will be the attraction at the Masonic Theater all of next week The pro duction will abe a very elallorate one I and will be presented by a strong cast headed by the winsome Anna Day who takes the role of Mary Tudor I toII Richard Carlo who Jinsnt been Louisville in several years tome to Macauleys next Thursday in The Spring Chicken This lively musical piece was one of the genuine sue cesses of last season enjoying long runs in New York Chicago and I Boston There wilf be the sualII Saturdnymatinee I IOn of the most beautiful crea tions in tIle line of comic opera that has ever been seen on the American stage is A Yankee Tourist which I will be seen here on Tuesday and Wednesday next week at Macauleys I with Raymond Hitchcock as the star It has been running for months in New York City and during that time broke the records of the Astor I Theater for receipts I Following the grand Christmas bll11 which has been so enthusiastically received by the many patrons of the coslngihepromises to provide an attraction that will compare favorably with its notable predecessor It will be the New Years week offering and the programme introduced is ito set a hard pace for the succeeding specialiholldayannounced NEARING COMPLETION Work on the now parochial school house adjoining Holy Trinity church Kentuckby and Dupuy streets is be ing pushed to a rapid conclusion Tt pupilswinor ten days The Rev Father Peter expectstothe middle of February THe new church will be quite an addition to ithe Catholic edifices that now adorn the southeastern section of Louis ville PERMANENT QUARTERS The Hibernian divisions of South DahlgrenHallinto a permanent headquarters for the order At the outset a few slight lodgelroom dancinghalland cloak rooms At some date the officers intend to futureII improve Ube building by iwith bowling alleys reading rooms libraryIIwhtchwmmembers of the order I 1 000000Wood Burn iOur ISpecialty 00 expected IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges A splendid vein of coal has been struck in CountyTyrone Loneford has refused to pay 450 for the police installed within its territoryBernard OXeill eighty years of age a respected resident of Rath body died recently County Clare has built 614 laborers cottages and now is plan ning to build 899 more Rev Father Patrick Gogarty of Cullyhanna was thrown from a trap rightlegMichael Hyland of Pallamore County Cavan may die as the result of being kicked by a horse at Clones fairAll the weaving mills in Armagh are running on short time and may not return to regular hours before March 1 An imperial service medal has been conferred on Adam Thompson Belfast as a result of his unblemished record for thirtyfive years County Clare has been visited by the most disastrous flood in years and for several days all outdoor pursuits Lad to be abandoned William Fitzgerald a resident of County Limerick became ill and died after shaving He was ninety seven years old and had never been ill before While restocking a grazing farm at the lull of Cam County Ross common the police were attacked by an excite crowd of farmers and driven from the scene in disorder The British Government intends to close the coast guard stations at Dundalk Greenore Cranfield Bait ray and Laytown The buildings at these stations will be sold at auction The Lord Chancellor has appointed the following Magistrates for County Cavan Edmund G OReilly Mull rick House M D Portallffc Kill eshandra William ORourke Rose Dank and Bernard Brady Kilcogy Patrick Callan a veteran of the land war of twentyfive years ago is dead at his home in Kane He was evicted a quarter of a century ago and recently regained possession of his home through the Intervention of the courts Nenagh Oounty Tlpperary has three remarkable men John Cuneen ninetyseven years old and is still actively engaged in business John Ohumney ninetyslx years old is plying his trade of shoemaker and Samuel Russell 100 years old Is drawing three pensions one as a retired member of the Constabulary another from the Prisons Board and another from the Relieving Board NOTRE DAMES VIVE COMING Louisville Catholics interested in athletics will foe given a decided treat New Years night when the Notre Dame basket ball team here to contest iwith the Coliseum five The Notre Dame aggregation- is one of the strongest in Indiana and bids fair to win the champion ship of the Hooier State this year Of course the local team is not to- be reckoned with lightly and the irack varsity team will have its lands full Quite a number of Catholic young men living in Louisville are graduates of Notre Dame and vill be on hand New Years night to cheer the boys from their alma mater The game will be played at the Coliseum and will tie called at 9 oclock sharp The Coliseum team has a hard schedule for this season Bud its oponents will come from the big colleges in Kentucky and Indiana DEATII CAME SUDDENLY Mrs Sarah McGuire wife of James McGuire of this city died at the home of her father John H Cralgen effersonvllle Friday night of last Week Mrs McGuire went to het fathers residence laden with Christmas gifts for him and other relatives Soon after her arrival she complained of feeling ill and when medical assistance was summoned she was beyond hope Death resulted rom cerebral hemorrhage The de eased was fortynine years old and s survived by her husband two laughters and one son The funeral ook place from St Augustines Tiureh Jeffersonvllle Sunday after noOn t ONeNNlNNNNNN4H4- HONNtPNNNJAMESGREENE 425 427 AND 429 EAST MARKET STREET I Furniture r Carpets Rugs LOWEST Stoves RangesII BEST TERMS t That offer an opportunity to save Sroves money and prepare for coldweather i IIPeninsular Smoke Consuming Direct Draft Heater i Burns any kind of fuel keeps fire all winter Its one of the most JJOrt satisfactory and scientifically constructed heaters on market Price THE OAK HOT BLAST 7eterPROGRESS OAK Large firm bowl nickel foot rails urn and keys QSO ttop ring burns wood or coal large fuel doors Pricesf0 lfANNN NeNNO NONNNNNNNNNNNiN HOLIDAY JEWELRY Come around and see our complete and handsome line of Jewelry for the holidays You can make your selections now and on the payment of a small deposit we will reserve articles for you until later Unexcelled line of Diamonds Watches Rings Silverware BRUNNL THE JEWELER 530 West Harket Street 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 CO Incorporated Only Local Dealers Handling Original Straight Creek 4 FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET F SULLIVAN Manager HBADQUARrERS FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Hinds in Season SpringLambcity We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market product v LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY ESERVFSQ rMa LEATHER ReoAIIRENSMRi3a Louwiw4Kr1w THE ON- LYSHOE e POLISH MADE IN THE SOUTH 0 FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS Shorthand and TypewritingEstablished Reliable System as taught at this institution is a valuable acquisition any person A stepping stone to success Secures tho best employment Spcncerian graduates arc always in demand COMMERCIAL SCHOOLefills bldgiOIllCStretUTaraerSarrlaSpeaeer DR J TV- eterinary CHAWK Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered Roth Phones 2389 OFFICE AND FORGE 913915 SEVENTH ST t t t HU H tt FIRE WIXD C ALL KOL AKPAOXFI 845 West Green Street I+ IRIIOi i OIIiAIiI ra 0cb0 r- aqr R flry1