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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r H j KENTUCKY IRISH I AMERICAIpvT I VOLUME XXNO 4 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JANUARY 25 1908 PRICE FIVE CENTS 11 t WORDSt From Great Itbninn Journnl Arc Worth Considering Well Public Opinion Rules World j nut Touruullsm Is the I PowerII Catholicism Decays Where the j Press Is Not Duly Supported SOMEI STATISTICS FROM BELGIUM Mollgncre of the Catholic church from the time of Luther have as serted that the church founded by Our Lord and Saviour is opposed to progress have asserted that our priests and spiritual advisors stick In the same old rut History has rebuffed those wtatenujita for font centuries but they continue lo be made The Clvillta Catholica a mag azine published in tome and with the full approval of the church takes up the gauge and gives facts nnI ffgures to show that the church en courages progress encourages tin iiwunipotentmagazine says in art In Catholic countries where Catholics hove been alive to this truth the church and the cause of religion more than holds its own The German Catholics have used tile press 1o such good purpose that they have been able to form the great Center party to put an end to the Kulturkampf to send orgnnbothenomically German Catholics said Dr Barth at the Catholic Cqnngress of Unti8bon had wltH them ngrCllt- gIft from heaven asa harbinger or- bettcr days of firm and faithful unity of unwearying constancy iu the struggle of defence of the su preme interests of the people and of humanity This gift is the Catholfcl nggresshlllotlijit haiTdeveloped until it has become a power in public life which can not bit ignored In the course of fifty years the number of newspa leis resolutely Catholic haft in crwisedfrbm five or six to nearly three hundred and thirty and tits s j1iCn cr8who after 18GO were not sittyJwuiunddiidcd have since then increased to hun dreds and thousands and millions The result is thntthe public opinion of German Catholics Is respected in GermanyIn a Catholic Government t has been in power for twentythree years without a break Why 1 In little Belgium the most progressive country in tIle world and at the splcnl1hlOilt1IOJlepapers Nation and Patriote sell 170000 copies every day between them the Jfieuws van den Dag sells 70000 on week days and 80000 on Sundays the Gazet van Antwerpcn 70000 the Pays Vallon 35000 aad the weekly Manning 50000 France affords nil example of till opposite of this picture and ether evyr the Catholic press has been neglected Catholicism lies depre elated in reference to England and America tip Civilita says this and Himist be admitted that where tilt dully papers are concerned that it has not JIlt a lick amiss The English press ds almost unanimously null CatholU of malice prepense the American press not unfrequcntly shows a similar tendency mainly through ignorance and because ItK Catholic news from Europe comes to H mostly from tainted sources In short it nay be affirmed that throughout the whole civilized worM today the daily press which nmkiv public opinion is useless when it not openly hostile to the Catlioll religion It would be absurd to pir tho blame on the church but it would bo idle to deny that wealthy and influential Catholics have not mffielenthvItnot even possible to have great Cutli olic dailies in the United States or in England but even short of this a great deal might be done to reform the tone of the press Iq u Catholic sense Whenever possible there should be some Catholic share holders in great newspapers and in great news agencies CuUiollo readers should make themselves felt whenever their favorite newspaper show a go wrong Cathollp advertisers should have nothing to do with journals that are ill disposed to the church WEEKIA DRILL The two Uniform Rank of the Catholic Knights pf America met together Wednesday night at St Martins Hull the session being both enjoyable and profitable Plans for recruiting the two companies were discussed also the programme for outings and Kunonef entertainments Upon time recommendation of Copts Gus Kane and Ben ilund the com panics agreed to meet every week for the purpose of drilling together It is thought rthis plan will enthuse the members and awaken interest among the young men of the many local branches of the Catholic Knights of America Upon notion the two companies voted to turn out r in dress uniform and visit the old fashioned fair at Phoenix Hill on Friday tight- ENJOYING LEAVE OF ABSBNCK JJldwJdf1J SarIMendenV of time Loolsvllle- NMI1yJUe aarotlQ npnayreu h rJ ern dining1 room service ls in Louise vide recuperating from s received in a wreck down South He- llOs been granted indefinite leave of absence and may rest several month before resuming1 his former duties Meanwhile Mr McNally will go to 1ensacola Fla where he will assume charge of time Osceolu Club This organization is composed of the wealthiest men in Florida and is conducted after the manner of the Pendennls Club in this city Mr McXnllys friends here hope for his Hpeody and complete restoration to good health The Osceiola Club will iriako strong cffqrt to retain him permanently EKINS SAINT To Be Appropriately Toasted by Hibernians In March The County Board of t11c Ancient Order of Hibernians held an im portent meeting last week and resident John A Murphy presided over its deliberations The annual and quarterly reports will be pre sented at the next meeting which will bo held fn Bert rand Hall It CountyBoardmembers cxpressfed their delight over Its exquisite fittings The event of the evening was a Otlpropriateday the conunlttee chosen to mill + preliminary arrangements for iIfitting celebration consisted of D J Coleman John M Murphy Joe Lynch and William J Connelly They re ported to the County Board that their first plan was to hold a public entertainment at one of the local theaters on the night of March 17 with a banquet for members of the order and their ladies on the night of March 10 It developed that no theater in Louisville was available on time night of March 17 hence the public celebration was abandoned Instead the local Hibernians will toast Erins patron Saint at a ban quet at one of the local hotels on the night of March 17 Onthisdcsircdikeeping with the season Each mem theladyIn this way the Hibernians celebratel the day hiiiTatf tliopidanau ironImay make a suitable showing at Indian Countyioardthe Marching Club lji 7- J MOLLY BRAIIli n pretty Connennara Girl Is- Envyof Pdllld New YorkBeauties Irishmen the world over know onearthman lies evidently just discovered it So elated is lie over his discovery that he wants everybody else to know it and dilates on the subject an follows Molly Brady the Conneinara lass with laughter in her eyes and roses in her cheeks who has out Gibsoned all the Broadway show girls with her beauty and vivacity and who is the center of admiration at the Irish Exposition in Madison Square Oat den affords a striking example of the evolution of the modern upto date Irish girl Although fresh from the shores of Cnnncmara with the breath of the Irish seas about her her new environment has done won ders in developing the latent love of pretty things Inborn in all women A few weeks ago Miss Brady was living in a humble cottage ill un Iriwh slmphlifeand wearing the Simple red jacket typicalfislierunddenl marvelous uptodateness was ai thing she read about but hnrdv dreamedof seeing Presto she packs her little valise find crosses the sea She lauds a daintyfeetbefore she lays her simple frocks aside and dons the tailormades of metropolisMiss appears at times Garden In her simple finherinaiden costume thhrllunesaysthennlIllrrlffulnr oofishitliarof tho Irish ExpositiondI VAXDALS non CHUIICJIES Thieves ppoorlkixescity and it seems about time for the police to get busy Within the lust havetakenpoohboxesPhilip Neris were robbed Later StCOOlJlalI1lay the vandals entered St Johns church One box was filed from its fastenings and two others were prized from the wall The mis creants then took the boxes to an other part of the church and broke them open It is estimated that the boxes broken at St Johns church contained about 30 CHARITY OF BISHOP SIALDIKG TnneasterSpaldinghis long career at the heed of that diocese has supported the orphans OJMJlteraryno chartyyt greater than this He i riiipprrolangtilI noun ed a collection for time pripnfHVj andhtl respondedtfeneroasly 0 n GOOD ENOUGH Ph tforn Lnld Down In the County Liouth Suits Patriots Declares For Self Government First and All the Time+ Insists on Irish People Put rbnixln r JloDlclnclustries I REDMOND STILL THE LEADER Resolutions adopted by a mass meeting at Dunleer County Louth last week are being generally taken up and indorsed by the Irish people in all the counties in Ireland Tins resolutions breathe patriotism throughout and should have the sup port of all loyal sons of Erin The resolutions are as follows That speaking for the people or trice country wo repeat our claim for selfgovernment and declare that we will never cease to struggle for it night and daymboUi at home and through our representatives in Par liament until we obtain the full con trot of our countrys affairs That we express our confidence in the earnestness anti ability of our Irish pledgebound Parliamentary party and in Mr Hcdmonds leader ship and we ask all Nationalists who stand aloof from it to join tis in supporting n Parliamentary party irlnc lire all agreed We ask of Ireland to cooperate seriously in the work oi restoring the Irish language in order to protect our national character and individuality from decayend es- peciallyI ask the school managers teachers and patents to make Irish an essential part of all childrens education We urge on all Irishmen to make employment for their fellow cowl at home and help build up Irish prosperity by using Irish made goods as exclusively as possible and we further ask the people not to take the nonresidential untenanted lands of the country ill eleven months letthigs but to allow thr Estates CommIssioners to it nddivlde it into small tillage farms for new occupiers v That as England is directly rob bing us of 15000000 a year by tins present system of taxation and ex penditure we ask the Irish Parlia mentary party to press for its reform and ask the of allIrlllhllcoplc political opinions agita tion against the injustice that op presses all We also ask the Irish Parliamentary steps lit this session of Parliament to proem a reform lit our poor law system and an extension of the town tenants act and to obtain for Ireland the full share of the benefits of the old age pension scheme promised by the present Government Since the above resolutions were of the Irish- Parlinmentaryparty met in Dublin and nnaninlously reelected John Redmond as their leader Bnrllament is to open In the near future and with united action it 5 hi believed the Ireland will soon receive some meas ure of redress for her many griev ances Last week tin elections of munici pal Councillors was held In the various cities and towns in Irelunl and this week practically every town in the country has a new city government DECIDED SUCCESS Old Fashioned Fair Draws Constantly Increasing Crowds The old fashioned fair for the benefit of St Anthonys Hospital opened nt Phoenlf 11111 Park last Monday evening and from the first hUH been a success Each night brought larger crowds nail the good people of Louisville scorn to be doing their best to show their ciation of a worthy charity Sauce time opening night there has been no hitch Frank A leper Chairman of the Executive Conunititee and his assistants loll everything in apple pie order from the tune tint the doors were thrown open to this public The ladles too hive done notch and are doing more each clay and night toward making the bazar the success It desirves to be Of course no enterprise of this kind can be made a success unless it i+ extensively advertised J II Meyer Chairman of the Press Committee proved to be the right man In tlw right place and through his efforts the old fashioned fair has been brought ito the attention of every charitably inclined person in Louis ville and throughout the State Th i daily papers and the Catholic weeklies have given generously of their space In advertising the haxar A scene of beautyIs encountered ns soon as one enters the large hall Toy booths doll booths readyto wear garments n splendid rubber tired buggy an art booth ice cream parlor dfiiing room in fact every ithiftg to dfllght the eye and tickle the paialto or to add to your enjoyment in any way is spread before you In rich profusion Besides one is besieged by bevies of pretty girls info never leave youa until your purse 1rondtylghtwf18II ift sfiber QfiJltoth te Idlest and gee 1 ilereea8 leowmlfeteteirvvaii on hand ap n well as a goodly number of outsiders Beginning with Tuesday each after noon brought hundreds of children from the various parochial schools Tuesday night the Ball was filled with members of the Knights of St John Hid Ovtholic Knights of Amer lea and their companies of the Uniform lank arid the Catholic Knights and Ladles of America Thu Ancient Order of Hibernians turned out in large number Wednesday evening and Thursday brought time Knights of ColumbUs the Concordia nglcsnet was Y M I night and Mackin Trinity andatolli Councils of Louisville and Unity Council of representedThisI the entertainment of city officials and a large numbefofthem are ex pecWd to attcmfe The musical features each evening were quite attractive Time bit ir will close Ji a eveningProfeach afternoon nnI night has made patronf away one or morqV of the canines The coffee social Monday afternoon will bring forth a large crowd of ladles and auction night on Tuesday will no doubt attract the largest crowd that ever flttdhded a Louisvjl fnlrtHlTwON SUCCESS ll Former College Boy Came Back Home a MII HoiiareM St Muryai Sentiiigl for January has made its appearance and contains many Interesting Did clever hits or proso and poetryr One of the most Interesting articluls is u sketch if Kichard E Queenan alumnus of St Marys College a member of the floss of 1873 Mr Queen is now a million aire and a resident of Sun Francisco and owner of the California Syrup of lugs Company Queen was born in Nelson county and received nil of his educa tion at St Marys College Thirty four years ago he graduated amid Lifter spending a low days visiting his parents who had removed to Owensbono he crone to Louisville Ho know something about chemistry and began the manufacture of the fig syrup an Industry that hums pros pered wonderfully He had been in New York on busi ness early in December and could uchsitmet several classmates and old friend Despite his riches Mr retiringDuhlrefriends and talk qf school days 4 r RECENT DEATHS John W Hutton fiftyfive years old died nt his home 10t Seventeenth street Saturday night and was buried front St Patricks church Monday morning Time funeral was attended eby u large number of his friendsMichael Norm sixtysix years old one of the oldest nod most respected neighborhood danghterSpring street last Saturday He was burled from St Frances of Itomu church Monday morning Mrs Florence Lindemeier nw Jigllhcnth nddniglmtTheof Charles Lindemeier mid was little more than twenty years old tier funeral took place from Siicrcd heart church Tuesday morning Joseph I Ohlmann fiftvthrieyears old died athl residence Thirtysecond and Young avenue early Monday morning mural was burled from Holy Cross church Thursday Tin deceased was one of the best known and most highly re spected German Americnns in the West End- Charles P Harrlgan thirtytwo years old died very suddenly at hl home 14JS Hull street Saturday night Death resulted froth niyocorditK The deceased was emir ployed as n switchman by the Louis CDinpanylieH Nellie aril Katie Harrlgan The young man was very popular and his funeral from St Aloyslus church Tuesday was largely attended nnllbelltof town known ns Limerick died at his home 1718 Seventh street Wednesday night Time deceased nvas born In Ireland seventyfive years ago and had suffered from pneu 111dcMllanti Mamie Ityan survive him Th + funeral took place from St Louis Bcrtramls church Friday morning Time remains of James McDonald who died at Joliet 111 Saturday were sent here for burial and reposed in Barretts chapel 83S Fleet Main street Monday and until the funeral Tuesday The deceased was iv native of Louisville ond n nephew of W H Clair He was twenty resultedfromwore held In Joliet before the remains left there Time burial was in St Louis eemcitcry Mrs Mary limes fortyeight years old and wife of Thomas nines watchman for the American Tobacco Company died suddenly at the librae of hey uncle Dennis Tivcnnn 1423 morningSherelatives to spend the night as slue sometimes did when her husband was on duty No children survive elThe funeral took place from her liosncj 1824 High avenue Tuesday morning arid was followed by a relml mmass at St Patricks hure1ior L RESEARCH Shows That Christopher Colum bus Was Late in Coming Here Numerous Celtic Crosses Found in SorCnllcd Indian Mounds The Norsemen Had Colonies Cn lire1heJJiiittid Convents In Aiiieriea I LETTERS FROM TWO PONTIFFS The people of Denmark always a hardy anti seafaring race undertook a few years ago to prove that their ancestors instead of Chris topher Columbus discovered Amer lea History was searched through greedilydevouredin and exact knowledge of the Western hemisphere prior to 1492 These beyondtheirtestlflnrbecforehad been missionaries in America more than 1000 years before Colum bus visited these shores There are few Irish boys or girls who have not rend the story of St Brendan a Kerry man but there are mummy who set down that story as a legend ormythThe bringIngeither hazy or buried in oblivion To quote one of them There were two Celtic missionaries St Macs it and St Brendan who are said to have crossed the Atlantic at different times and separately during the safetysomeAnother Norse writer says nut before Iceland was colonized front Norway men hind been there whom the North men called Papas They were Christians and left behind then Irish books bells and crozicrH They had cone from the West over the sea Iceland was colonized by Ingolf a Norwegian In 874 A D It had been previously visited by Gardar a Dane in SCO The Irish missionaries hail yearsbeforedcvclorsfrom a study of Norse Ms early as the yvar l00is1 if there was u vamuiiu iirn jarlsdictioufrontMassachusetts A mass of interesting In formal in Ion the early settlement of America thcseIIndefatlgllblecomes from the Vatican library It contains indisputable evidence that time Irish preceded both the Danes and Columbus in their visit to the coast of America A bulk of this information has been gathered together and published in one book AntlqulltesAmerIcana in the labraries of several large cities In fact there is one in tint printedinOld copies of the American Archae ologist also show that Celtic crosses of gold and silver hove been taken out of the socalled Indian mouniis in Alabama Florida Georgia Ten KentuckyAnother filet in con section with the early history of America is the recent discovery of several letters hum Popes Innocent III and Matitht Y to the hisluops of Norway One bears date of February 13 and makes mention of Greenland which shown conclusively that the Norsemen hind colonies ill America prior to the time of Colum OUB From this letter of Pope Inno grimedthatI byOlafof King Olaf also came to America and her son Snorrl was time first Norse child born in America Ills mother later visited1 nome trod was PopeInterand her husband having died she entered a convent and because n nun From this It would seem that there were even convents inhabited by holy women in America even In those early day- sMANY MATTEKS Considered by Members of Mackin Council at Meeting Mackin Council held one of Its old time business meetings Tuesday night and President Itobert Burke wielded the gavel with the skill of aft aged muster of parliamentary law A variefyof natters were considered and at the saute time none of the orators were disappointed Clarence Kook Den Brand M H Hartlage and Virgil Bohn werereporterJon the sick list One new meinber was elected and another was reported on favorably John Hancock one of Macklns splendidtulk1ning club within time council He ex plumed the benefits derived front such a club and the fact that many otherwise ibackward young men de veloped talent that might have laid dormant The suggestion met with favor and the council decided to both hereafterappolRtcdtoJoint Committee watt a eoRHnunfcn tton announcing1 that it had onprtgt t tf iedl and would meet on the third Saturday of every month William Kerberp and Charles S Bandy reported in behalf of the Memorial Committee and to the ef iota that Mackin Council would Qiavn the handsomest and costliest window in St CeclliaVi new church This window will be a lasting memorial to the deceased members of the council Mr Itaidy also rc iKjtfted progress for the committee in charge of the arrangements fo SupremeCouncilAttention was called tto the lecture- out tuberculosis to bo given by Dr nightEveryurged tobe present and lo bring as many friends as possible After addresses by Ben J Sand1 and Mr invitathou mt Phoenix 111111 on Friday night and spcnttheeinMessrs Thomas Hayden and Will iam M Higgins made brief talks on the advantages to be dcrivcvl from debating societies GOOD CHEER Followed Solemnization of HennessyOsterman Nuptials If ever gathering of friends gnvi a bridal couple a sendoff not to be forgotten that couple wits Mr and wedding 15cv Father Bax at St Johns church on Wednesday morning The bride was Miss Abbic B Hennessy and her maid of honor was her sister Miss Margaret G Heiineviy while Gary B Osterman n brother OfUIA groom was best moo Nuptial nines followed the Rolcniriizution of the marital rite and at Its close Father congratulation church was filled with friends from far and1 near who hind come to bid the newly wedded couple bon voyage on matrimonyAfter the bridal party and the immediate friends and relatives of the contracting partio sat down to an elaborate breakfast at the home of the brides mother Mrs Winnie Hennessy 737 East thatMrchurch until they boardedo the train at 1 oclock in the afternoon they received one continuous ovation If they had saved all the rice showered on them by admiring friends thov would have enough of that cereal to last them the rest of their lives Old shoes were also in evidence and a party of two score followed the gaily decorated carriage to the iall otherroccupantsl mid groom gonltowill rdturn by way of Niagara Falls beginhousekeepingl street QUITE PATltETLC The Last Letter of James Ryder RandallI Rather Pitiful The late James Ryder Randall last letter from Augusta was dated January 14 and was addressed to the Catholic Columbian This last mcs sage is truly pathetic He tells in the beginning of his attendance at the funeral of the Rev Father1 J Stafford during the previous week bytheWashington and Baltimore only to find grill conditions prevailing there In paragraph poor Jiandull says I i I griphadI epidemically and hoped to cure my self of a very severe cold that 1 had contracted in blizzard weather tier At first this trimester seemed MIC cessful but before I could radically eliminate the affection grip weather prevailed here and I am to a certain extent in its talons Time specific is wild cherry brand v but as oil liquor plates even breweries are prohlbltlunluwmust will have to worry through tilt bent way possible As I have long trained myself to subordinate such nanngedtomire by no means hilarious or calculated llo sake any mental effort a pleasantryAfter the above he took to his bed andMlted next day It must be remembered that Mr Randall was a total abstainer and wadeniedthat might have prolonged his life several years- ANOThuIR OPERA PROMISED Mnckln Councils Choral Club which scored sucha success last spring In The Dreamers promises to give another original opera before the close of the present season Anlyn Kanston has just cone leted an opera of gmit mcrltnnd Messrs Louis Kieffer Ben llcid Charles Uaidy Tholns D Clines and Thomas Bachman have been appointed a ape cial committee to arrange with the talented author for Its production by tho Choral Clim- bIIIYSICAIi DIRECTOR Charles Parsons one of the best known athletes in Louisville has ac PhysicalDirectorcharge of the gymnasium work las night and begun the formation of several clauses The council has a well equipped gymnasium and mem ber may now look for increased progress and ini rest Louis Kieffer was the founder aria under Ills atllm mlnlBtfatlori much ws accomplished a MISERY 4 Reliable Aihcrlcan Newspaper Paints Another Sad Picture i Tells of Littleness of Lord Clan rleardc Absentee Irish4 Landlord i Tenants Were Driven vFrom Shelter Afforded by the Parish Priest I VERY SAD STATE OF AFFAIRS Heartrending in the extreme is the picture of desolation in Galway as painted by Itobert Crozier Long correspondentpays particular attention to the es tate of Lord Clanricarde and to the absentee landlord himself Jlis lord ship lives in bachelors quarters in London lives on 5000 a year and invests 145000 a year in American and other paying securities Mr Long says the owner of the famous Clanricarde estate which Btrctches from Woodford over 50000 acres of the broad Shannonside is a little antique crabbed simulacrum of hu nmanlty who spent twelve hours iu Ireland tharty+ 1our years ago and JoinhilifolloxvlngJTheprovidedthatmissioners should buy compulsorily every unoccupied farm from which time tenant had been evicted and re settle on it the former occupants or their heirs But if the farm was tenanttilegetbackmade provision in advance lie had homeslieeach a planter generally some poor wretch quite ignorant of fanning1 whom hunger had driven to side with landlordism The farms occu pied according to the law the evicted tenants could not get back fo the whole countryside brought moral pressure to bear on the planters and much to Clan ricardes disgust they arced t1 surrender the land for liberal nom pvnsation But Clanricarde Is not paten hit nWv denies that time farms lure occupied in the meaning of the dct of Parliament and he preparing to fight the point in rtVery court in Ireland and England rather thou let his rebel tenants hack to their homes Fiftyone families of victims of this fight for land reform mire living on the roadside near havebeenyearsIafter a twclvc mile drive during which I had the usual object lesson in landlordism Wherever time land wits good there was no people wher ever it was bad there was a crowded rural slum During the first nineImUcH drive through excellent green I country I saw not one ylllage and Indeed only two human beings One thebarrenWoodford town was strewn with closely huddled miserable farms Here as everywhere else in Ireland the bullock line the land and the peasant the rocks 1sEvicted1 by the roadside with a background of the eternal Coniiaught bog A whole generation of ClanricardeK tlleschUtKsmallbuiltstone side walls and mostly without even a cabbage patch Bjit time mo ment you enter these you can tell alwayslivedside inside each cabin is ns clean as a Dutch farmhouse And their sad faced occupants by manner speecu anti look show that living as they are in cold and hunger they lmvt retained time fume traditions of th I wilt type of Irish fanner nearWontflIlby cutting turf in the bog betel them anti selling It at seventy ccn a donkey load They get monotn help from the Irish Parliamcntai party and several have relatives AmericaI BurkotWlhadand ho told me a story characteris of Clanricardlsm When ho return to Woodford prepared to bccoriie U excellent tenant with America money and American Ideas he aJplied for his old faRn nut hearinj that he lied evicted him i vei years before Clanricarde refused lcrtimeuntil Burke got it through o jtonl arrangement made vltliou t Cl ricardes consent i playspert I evicted families told me a story ev worse When the Clanrlcnrdc t ants were thrown out on tIll k rj allowedtoknowlcdgehilil charity enraged Clanricarde tehetheaselroveprinejosure KEEP ONE EYE QlE tImmediatelyflpger nJtito keep Jt closed keep injured eye naafarilble Pontsive in byI keep of UT SI3iTITOSY IRIRB AM IZI6J1 loT w KENTUCKY IRISH ftMERlGflN I AmerlCanaiffKENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Entered it the LouUvllle Pottofllce a Sewed Claaa flatter iddrest all CeHmmlciUoai to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Green St I 1908lOIMMINENTDEADLUCI There scans to be no chance for the election of a United States Senator from Kentucky during the pre ent session of the Legislature Ont thing seems to be as certah ay mundane events can be that is that former Oov IJcckham has no chance to land the plum Ills followers areas staunch and true as ever it appears but they lack the nlClK11 r majority to elect him The orIgnali six Democrats that refused to support him continue to vote for other Four of the six have cast their votes for former Senator Jams H McCreary while Senator li cell1 t Campbell has changed from lion Charles K Wheeler to Hon T C S Blackburn anti Representative ChrIs Mueller in voting for David laird the Louisville attorney lion William Jennings Bryan wts HeU the State Capitol Tuesday and made two speeches to members of the General Assembly According to hU own language lie came uninvited Ins only Intention lie saW was to secure Democratic harmony Ills first address was to the entire Legislature Afterwards when he had made known his desire1 to speak to the DemoorntBnlonethe Biepublirans courteonsy left the legislative halls and Mr Bryan had a heart to heart talk with the Democratic solons lie was treated with all idue respect but his address made no change in the demeanor of the six Demwcpats who do not wish Ken tucky to be represented in the United States Senate by Gov neck hnin Following the departure of Mr Bryan a last ballot was taken Wednesday It resulted Beckha sixtythree Bradley sixtyone seat tering six necessary to a choice sixtysix The result appears to have been n crucial test since on the ful lowing day Senator Thomas II Paynter who has been monnglcg Got Beckhams forces left for Washington to assume his seat In the Senate Kentucky politicians are marvel fl strategists nnd this time they have t marvellous field for action At present the game is at n standstill The Kentucky TrishAmcric has no desire to interfere in the fight but may express the wish that a Democrat will be elected during the present session CUBAN INDEPENDENCE According to President Boosevt Cuba is to be given another chance at absolute selfgovernment not later than February of next year It Iis to be hoped that she will prosper better than she did on her last e- pcrlence Nine years ago this mouth the Spanish army evaculated Cuba and for awhile the island was under the protection of the United States In 1903 President Roosevelt asked the permission of Congers for authority to recognize Cubas Indci pen encl which was granted him Absolute independence proved too much and revolt against the result of Ute elections ended by Gen Plna ifGiierra taking the field at the Ieoll i Of a rebel army The United States was compelled to intervene and to September 1000 Secretary of War Taft was made Governor of the iisland A nlonth later he was sue MagooiXownouncement thai Cuba Is to be given a new chance Meanwhile the rest of the world I H on askance and wonders what 1 happen next It is something y under the sun for a nation to be atert in thIs wnyj supported until le to stand alone After n11 Amor is the greatest country in the nrldn history f AVARICIOUS LANDLORDS ilt would appear that the Irish are- omettto continue to pay tribute tt absentee landlord Certain Irish IpftaVe for years fought for th p Bltin of the absentee landlord occasionally with some measure sti cess But there are still litee landlords who Wrest the earnings from thousands anti i of thousandst of our brethren ilcjI the poor are dying of star is arid exposure on Irish Bill liid in huts by the roadside flier column t e reproduce t the last letter of Robert bLOJita correspondent ct n work paper who waq sent t tl tRr the PUI1OS8 Rell e tor au a certain extent iP hlt Paint it scars and nil pnfctructlon given the corres i B hi LoagtIe ut d Clanrleaide ia County He ahio telU wt tWt tap landlords annual rant roil i l u amounts to 150000 Of this he spends 5000 while the rest is In vested in gilt edged American securities A greater part of this rent roll is sent home by Irish met and women who emigrated tt America These same Irish men and women in America are constantly upbuikllng the railroads and the other corporations in which Lord Clanricanlo has invested his savings It is hard for us in America to conceive that a man exists for a year on onethirtieth of Iris Income The only remedy seems to be that IrishAmericans must lend every effort to combat absenteeism hr causei thc landlord MooTIsYjckers 1vh11 hold on as long as there is a chance for satisfaction of their greedy appetites ERRATIC The editor of the Evening Post appears to be growing more and more erratic He supported lion A E Wilson for Governor and is inuts putting on the pillory everyb who is not for formerGov Heekhlll11 for a seat in the United States Senate At the same time Ill is lambasting every Republican who fails to agree with himself and Marshall liullttt in tile selection dr Secretary Taft as the Urqmhllcan Presidential candidate Anybody who disagrees with Col Knott Iis ant loni as a bolter Another strange tiling is that he Is really in elllnesf about all these matters The adherents of Vice President nlrban11 In TxJulsvillo appear to be the old 1line Republicans while Secretary Taft is being supported by fprmer Demo crot like Col Knott and Marshall Jnllitt Afnyor Grinstead iliptly vetoed the salary grab ordinance that originated in the lower board of 1 the General Council and was reltictnn adopted by the Aldemien 1ednesday night the attempt to override tthe Mayors veto was frustrated by the ildennanic hoard It required elgM rotes in that body to pass th ordinance over the veto It receh l- six while five Aldermen support Mayor Griimtcad The lower hoard had n full attendance and twentyone out of twentyfour members voted In favor of allowing themselves a salaryI of 10 a meeting Look out now There will be something doing when so many are anxious to feel att the public crib A cablegram from Dublin on Tuc day announced that Lord Curo rmefViceroy of India hud received II majority of the votes cast in the election to fill the vacancy IImolll the representative peers of Irelan eOlllled by the death of Lord Kit maine last November Lord Curzo It will be rcmenVbercd married a0 American heiress Miss Lciter of Chicago He is a Scotchman by birth and had ho awaited the death of hit father would lave been a peer f1olll- Scotlnnd The general British desire to beat the Irish out of somethin was inherited so now he will represent that unfortunate country in time pcrrage Attorney General Breathitt leas declared clearly illegal the 4000 byottorl1lfprosecution of a few alleged 1011- tlons of the Sunday closing law in- t1lls city Tim Attorney General further sustains the position taken by the Kentucky Irish American that the claim even if legal wa exorbitant and should not have ieen- mCI 500 which would have been- unple compensation for the small service rendered as neither the city or State derived any benefit therefrom Wednesday night the lower boar of the General Council tabled In- ordInnnce giving the Fetter Printing- Company a franchise to sell efectrie- lights ard motive power In tle- central part fthe olty Tin ordinance provided for an upset price of J2000 Time member who recommended the passage of the bill raised the price to 5000 A similar fmh- c1llse has been already sold fo 100000 so that the tabling of th- Fetter ordinance was eminently properThe RIght levyPJ h ldoOI- lAuxlllarJ Bishop of Chicago who hB- heen honored by the couhseljors of that diocese ns mot worthy or- becoming Bishop of tied new diocese of Rockford Ill received part of Ids Kducatlon at St Marya Colleg- elaMarion county Kentucky lie hiss beeni mentioned several times SB a- possible Coadjutor Bishop of LouIs vUJe He Jg one of the most zealous prelatesu iRe American hierarchy The editor of tlie Emerald of A 6 Manchester says One of the best means to boom the Ancient Order of Hibernian Is to boom the paper that represents it and Irish Catholics in particular should subseribo for it nIght you are brother editor and we can say the same thing for papers that boom Jther Catholic societies Inon Henry Wattcrson J declared in orIClghtnothing else left of it in Kentucky except fight but the fight Is among Democrats and not against Repub Means Indications point to the fact that- the salaries of Congressmen are soon to be raised to 7500 a year Small wonder then that Congress seems to have gotten down to work so early in the year MERRY MILK rAIDS I Tuneful Opera to be Per scnted by Amateurs For Charity The choir of St Augullllnell church Jeftersonville assisted by the Gregorian choir of St Louis Jertrands clufrch of this city wIil give annrcln callgd The Merry Ulktnalds at Spieths Hall Tcller onvllle Wednesday and Thursday nights The opera promises to lie one of tIle best ever given iIn or Mound the Falls Cities by omat x vers of music should not miss the opportunity to we and enjoy the performances Among the voralLats- who will assist are Misses Bertha Icuser Louise Grate Margaret M r tuliffe essrs Begley Schrnnz Cody Buixl and Leonard Members of St Augustines choir through the Kentucky Irish Amen can extend u personal invitation lit everybody in the three Falls Cities toi attend one or both of the per urmances It is predicted that there avlll be crowded houses on each even lug The proceeds will be used to purchase n new organ for St Aug stines church Do not forget the two jolly formers Jim Burke and John Brisco The price of admission is only twentyfive cents STARTS WELL President Sullivan Names the Committees For the Year Tlio last n ular meeting of Divl iou 3 A O 11 was well attended nut Iresident Patrick T Sulllllll occupied the chair anti named the ininitteen for the year as follows Standing ConntlttccThomas Kennedy Pat llolley P OMulley amt- Dave iturpliy Finnncu tluincM poleinan lat Mot Ie RyanLiteraryGeorge J Butler John Riley and John Karmun E1eploymeatD J Coleman P J- Wdllll and Thomas A Quinn Visiting 1 Begley James McCue and Thomas Noone The charter was ordered draped In memoryof the late Michael llehir u muss of requiem was ordered for SecretaryMacluyvas pugtp of the minute book to his naenroty On announcing the various nmibtees President Sulliv tt- briefly outlined the policies that he l XpcctedhlK administration to 11l1- 1lIue this year Former County Pres- islent Thomas Quinii made an inter- clltlng talk on the Hibernian Marching Club The division voted unun inhously to turn the hull over to the rching Club on the night of Feb cityisi forit will be node to have the Marc ing Club from the other three tllIK- ions on humid ut the same time Recording Secretary Lawrence Mackey read two chapters of Irish- history which proved entertaining and instructive The meeting 1- 1jllUlmed t with all the members- pleased that Division 3 had begun thei new year well r JUDGK SULLIVAN NOW Patrick T Sullivan Hibernian onl- Catholic publicist his shied llli- cnstlll Into the legal arena nnl- opened n law office in Boom 31- Rhcntutky Title Building For- twenty years or more Mr Sullivr has been a lender in Ipcul Catholic society affairs He has taken I- IJromlnent part In thee work of the- Stt Vincent do Paul Society In thin- Ancient Order of Hibernians anll- later in Mackin Council Y M If omt the Knights of Columbus Two years ago hp abandoned his shocmnlelri- bench to become a City Magistrate at the behest of the Democrat party of which he was always n- staunch partisan Like other Dem- eratie officials he was ousted by tbe- Court of Appeals but on account ot byGovi defeat in November Mr Sullivan put In his spare time studying tat allli is now a full fledged member of tile Louisville bar YOUNG LIFK CLOSED hroughttopassedintothen years old and lead been ill sInce- August She suffered from n con pUCI1t1opof ailments and her death t4Is not unexpected Through her long Illness she bore her sufferings- meekly and was an example for those I around her For several- years past she had nude her home with her aunts Mrs Mary ODonnell of Douglas Park and it was there- surrounded by her relatives that IIb- eIJlSsldnvnj She Js survived by hel- father Martin Fnhey o sister Mrs Ella Vanmcter and one brother Em net Pahey The funeral took place from St Leos church Highland Parki on Thursday morning ONLV ONE CATHOLIC Only one Catholic is now In he- United States Senate Thomas II- Cartel Republican from Montane tepihenRUuaehL1ifsi1 i eDweccrat- r3presennp TJorida died last- gaMlh Hte saeeessor to not a CeWohWa I C S 0- I S0GIETY Mixs Alice Flynn In visiting friends and relatives in Indianapolis Miss Anna Cooper lens been spend- Ing a week nt Lebanon as the glleHt of Miss Alma Spaldmg Mrs James Reedy formerly Miss Mary Carey is very seriously U1 at Sts Mary and Elizabeth hospital Ed Toomey is quite ill at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital but llli friends are hoping for his speedy recovery Mrs F Parker amirR Mary OHearn both of Monterey Ky are the guetrts of Misses Alice and Elcnora gichnulie Fred Leezer thowell known contractor and prominent member of Mackin Council Iis recovering from his recent illness Mrs Joe Follon has returned from Hawcsville where she spent aweek- as the guest of her parents Mr mind Mrs Charles McAdams The Young Ladies Euchre Club will bo entertained by Mrs James Curran at her home 725 Twentyfifth street next Tuesday evening Mrs Val Lester and little sun Theodore left Wednesday to spud a week or more with friends and reIn tlves at Eminence and Winchester Miss Hattie Higgins entertained her euchre club last Saturday afternoon in Honor ofihor cousin Mrs Thomas Itaffcrty of Syracuse X V Barney FlynnI who spent several weeks at Martinsville lad in an effort to obtain relief from rheuma than has returned home nuch Improved In health Mrs Frances c ullen of Chicago wlpo spent ten days here on iv visit- to ier parents Mr and Mrs Patrick Grogran S537 West Walnut street has returned home Patrick Flohlve of Oldlmm street was removed to Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital Thursday He is silt ering from typhoid fever Hisi speedy recovery is hoped for John Hennessy who occupies II responsible position with the Western Union Telegraph Company III Memphis arrived home Tuesday tlattend the wedding of his sister Miss Abbie Hennessy nnd Guy Oster nuanMrs Mary T Barrett of 838 East Main street is confined to her beI with a severe attack of grip Her illness is not considered to be serious but it may be Several days before she will be able to resume her household duties Miss Nellie Burgess was one ota number of pretty girls who 1Ja t- week formed a jolly house party at- 11le homo of Mr and Mrs HIIIIRapier at New Haven While in Nelson county Miss Burgess was the recipient of much social attention Mr and Mrs Peter Walsh two of- the oldest anti most respected Irish Americans in LouisvilleI celebrated SaturdayTheyfamily reunion nt the home of their daughter Mrs W S Mayer 120 Highland avenue A The wedding of Miss ClaudIa ColgantwoI people was solemnized at the home of the brides parents on East Col morningtheofficiating Mr Colgan is a well known young business man anti 1his- bride is the daughter of Col Robert J Tilford former Building Inspector Muss Magdalen Meder mind Fred lJ- I iller were united In the holy sacrament of matrimony at isiithonys church Wednesday nfter- nQon Tjio bride is the daughter of- Mr and Mrs Joseph Moder and a- sister of Drs Frank Aurel and Florence Meder Mr and Mrs- Faller left for the North nnd East- on an extended bridal trip immediately after the ceremony and will- mnke their home In Cleveland Ohio where tine groom Is engaged in bush- ness Announcement of the engagement- of Edward Yager and Miss Louise Lopping will come as an agreeable surprise to the friends of both who arei deservedly popular The bride- elect is a young woman possessed of- many pleasing traits of character and hasi reigned as a favorite In her soelnl- cIrcles while tho lucky groom Is one of the most valued employes of the- AmerIcan Tobacco Company The yetbeenst Marys church the latter part of- next month One of the most enjoyable soclnl- events of the week was the dinner- given Monday evening at the resi- 1tN1ee of Mrs Henry Drew on Corn- laenue in honor of Mrs Thomas RnCfertJ of Syracuse who is the- Jnllst of her cousin Miss IfattilI- Itgglns West Madison street Tni e lenndsontelydecorated ored tights Those present were MaytnoBurkeOlivia Sauerman Rattle Higgins Lee- Canis Edna Sauermnn and Mrs churninghostesshostessAn event of Interest to natty- young people this week way the delightful surprise miscellaneous shower given Miss Florence Halllnan tdlto on February 12 will become the brid of UarryC Lally MlJS manyhandsomewho participated in tho festivities of the evening were Misses Corn M- Ilartinge Madeline E Least Pauline MaymeOBrien MadguMontgomery ODrhn Adelaide Moritz Minnie- Walsh Mary IJltVi Bessie Potter Dettllnger Sarah Lally Mar- Reardon Florence and Lena Halll nan Mrs F Jlageio and Mrs TJiotnas U lInin- Oae1e of the week- WMutJw a nouncement of tbEap preaching marriage of Miss Flore lellalllnan and Harry E Lal1yThc welding ceremony will be performed nt St Cecilias church at 0 oclock on the morning of Wednesday Feb ruary 12 After a bridal tour of eight days Mr and Mrs Lallj wilt bo at home to their friends at 2620 Bank street The bride elect is n daughter of Mrs Julia Un11inal1 and on account ofher many graces lens been much admired in Catholic social circles The lucky bride winner is now employed in the claim department of the Louisville d Naslr vllle Railroad Company For several seasons post he has been one of the best known professional bull players in the South and Is a member of Louisville Council Knights of Columbus DENVER PRIESTS JUBILEE Denver Catholics are making grand preparations for the opproprIat celebration of the silver sacerdotal jubilee of Bcv Father Cort1gan pastor qf St Patricks church In that city The celebration will beheld February 9 10 and 11 Father grentClIendi bers of that order are taking a lead ing part in the various arrangements St Patricks new church will tlghtldInthe leading singers In Denver have volunteered their services in assisting at one or more of the festive entertainments Members of his congregation are also making up a purse for hint to show their material appreciation of his labors among them PHENUPTIAL BLESSING His Holiness Pope Pros X who suffered from a severe attack of rheumatic gout last week had so far recovered Sunday that he rp ceivod in special audience Cardimtl Ferrari the Prince nnd lrlncens uoncelotti and their daughter The latter was married in Home on Thursday Pope Pius gave her his special blessing and expressed the wish that nge and position did not prevent him from performing 01 assisting at the nuptial ceremony PRIESTS BADLY BURNED Two priests sustained injuries while trying to save vestments and byfireIll last Sunday The fire is isup- posed to have originated from a- liiglfted candle coming in contact FatlurPatricksmoke and Her Thomas Egan was burned about the hands In saving tchalice from the lames CATHOLIC CENTENARY This is the centennial year of the dioceses of Louisville Boston and Philadelphia Philadelphia Catholics preparationsforwhIch will be held in April The greater part of a week will be de- votedt to religious and social festivities To commemorate the occasion a Catholic High School for gIrls jis to be erected RECpVEIUNfl John Goodwin time popular L A X oclifinlst who last week sustained sodous injuries by a break in tIll aohinery iwhere he is employed 1is inewhat improved but not yet entirely Out of danger There are fe v- prrsos in Louisville that have more friends than Mr Goodwin mind hk smely recovery is hoped for DOES GOOD WORK nrgaretgDanlfhlcrsluetll1g a night school that leas an nightItworks of charity ever accomplish or attempted in the Crescent City HINTS ON STYLE I Julmpenof net and lace have long- tight sleeves A great many more flowers are- worn than lust year White pink or purple hyacinths ole suitable for hat blossoms One of the latest hat designs coin- blues a fur crown with a satin brim fashion has now decreed that- bons frocks must be as clinging UO possible lingerie dress novelty introduces n- colol It takes the form of enr broltlelJ and is likely to be a delicate blueEffective ginghams for children frocks are to be seen on every sideL- ime designs are charming and th- prIce moderate Separate blouses to wear with the- Jlew close fitted skirts ore made of- materlnls that contrast with them or are trimmed with a vivid color Ono of the mos striking silks iill at exhibition of cameo effects iis- known as the gros de Londres Many- shades are so deftly blended in this pleasingjabotjustfor a simple tailor gown and the givejustto the neck- Allsleeves or no sleeves seem to be the rule for the evening The- latest manifestation is the fun- length wrinkled sleeve or trnns- palent net which extends below tho- wide armhole finish fancyiiiroughtShantungpromises to be much used for waist- conts and draperies latelyinI covered smoothly with black satin- blade felt or black velvet nnl- trImmed with largest colored choux ot contrasting tone- For early spring wear an advance note Is found In the alliance of flat- platted cloth skints and coats of- corduroy velvet the latter either of long thigh waist photuresque genre or the simple little hip contJusts- hapod to the figure skirtwhichultra fashionables the long close gleewe Is in for 1ii least a short- revival But the armholc draped in a moreorhess JapanMe fa hton as so DOOR JIOUpt after as ever ry t STEWART DRY GOODS CO Business established Stay Tear JtEw YOItIt SToltE HOSIERY= Main Floor SPECIAL CLEANUP PRICES IN N WOMENS WINTE HOSIERY 25c AND 35c HOSIERY REDUCED TO19c PAIR Sale of 400 pairs Womens lack Fleece Black and Oxford Wool Black Lace Boots and Colored Lisle theyareSale of 300 pairs Womens Imported Ingrain Cotton Hosiery black with split feet full fashioned double splicing all sizesReduced to 25c pair + Womens Imported Lisle Thread Hosiery silk em broidered instep beautiful quality gray only SOc valueReduced to 25c pair DOMESTICS Second Floor ATTRACTIVE SPECIAL PRICES IN SHEETS PILLOWCASES AND BLEACHED COTTON ON SALE The underpriced specials in Sheets and Pillowcases afford an excellent opportunity to supply your future wants now before the inevitable advance in prices Sheets Sizes 63x9072x90 81x90 Special prices 73C 83c 87c Pillowcases Sizes 42x36 45x36 ttSpecial prices I 12 i2c 12l5c Ir Important underpriced sale of Bleached Cotton aa- Special10 yards Hope Cotton 44For 80- cSpecial10 yards Lonsdale 44For 88crS- pecial10 yards Fruit of Loom 44 For90c STEWART DRY GOODS COW 1 CONNECTION WITH JAMES UcCllEEBV 4 W NEW YORK CUTPRICE CLEARANCE O- FDUTCHESS C TROUSERS150 GOODS98c250 GOODS 148 300 GOODS 198 350 GOODS 248I 400 GOODS 298 500 GOODS 348 600 GOODS 398 Strongest on Earth10c for every button that comes off 1 or a newpair free if they rip LEVYSI MARKET THIRDAND JEWELRY BARGAINS In order to reduce our stock we have marked down prices on Diamonds Watches Rings Necklaces Pend ants Brooches Rosaries Silverware etc This is the opportunity to purchase Wedding and Birthday Gifts BRUNN THE JEWELER 530 West Market Street DONT FORGET THOSE AWAY FROM HOME SEND THEC KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICANe tToI tthose friends and relatives away from Louisville with all the news of the people they know i and more than you can write in a letter Can be sent to anywhere in the United States or Canada r- FOR 100 PER YEARFOREIGN COUNTRIES 150 PER YEAR WHEN YOU WANT JOB PRINTINGI Done With NeataeM and Djajfctch Can at Tkb Oftec e 1- er4PJt OKY lKl1H oIE CAN Ii w + Ii BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAF y WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE I WI f H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Kv I I tt ri Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 M4 + 4 + + + 4 + jtD J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmersii Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS IAll Calls Antwtrid Promptly Day or Night + 1231 WEST MARKET STREETtJ t+ H t f + HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East Maiu Street J E TRACY T H STRAUS BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS CarNBOOi Netehe0 on 1531 W MARKET STREET THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All nightCanlages 1225 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty Office tt 6 W St Catherina Both M+ n- vcBTIIOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 632 FOURTH AVENUE Botls Tlopkitel 1080 All orders receive prompt attention asd satisfaction guaranteed HENRY flUNOLD DKAIKR IN M Staple and Fancy Groceriss A FIRST CLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION SpecialtyoHome Pbnse 3JI540 W WALNUT HERRMANN BR03- oIJQ r FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal era in finest Brands ef Kea tacky Whlakiet especially PEARL OP NELSON BOTTLED IN BeND TetoteM 1941 231 Silly StrMi i- aJ y 4t4 Beware of the scxalled Just as good kinds and Insist on getting DIAMOND WAU MAS TKR when you want the best Not aOected by freezing weather two hours after It is applied Kentucky Wall Plaster Co 1 INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook and River Louisville Ky 1 Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plas ter Plant Jeffersonville Ind Phone 655 i BIG ATHLETIC MEET Company F of the famous Sixty ninth regiment New York State Guard will hold a big athletic meet at the New York armory one week from toinght All of the regiments In Brooklyn and New York will have their best men In the various events It is probable that thirty men will start in the 1200 yard relay race Besides there will be a 600 yard dash and an IIso yard run The Athletic Committee of the Sixtyninth has ar ranged for original and costly designs in Jobs and medals of solid gold for the prize winners r PRIEST IN NEW ROLE The Rev Father Bernard Vaughan the noted English priest who has been carrying on a crusade against evils prevalent in high society has begun war on the London sweatshop system In order to get necessary In formation he has worked in halls as a waiter Father Vaugha- says he is possessed of information that will startle the world He will1 soon begin to preach a series of sermons on the sweat shop abuses- PILORIMAG1L IThere is to 1x a big Catholic pilgrimage m the Brooklyn diocese to Europe Palestine and the Holy Land next spring It will probably be headed by Me Donnell and will be ttocpcn pam by many leading clergymen or the die partisand Our Lady of Courde J 1 CENTRAL COMMITTEE Opens Year Under Aus pices That Indicate Prosperity The Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America began the year with a spiendhlmeetlng at St Marys Hall Eighth street near Grayson week Nearly every brandaffiliating with the central body was represented by one or more delegates The main feature of the evening was the instal lotion of officers Joseph P Mc Ginn formerly a member of the Supreme Board of Directors was installed to serve his second terns as President of the Central Committee He has given the better part of the best years of his life in the cause of the Catholic Knights and his fellow members feel that no honor is too lijgh for him Jack Murphy and John Kinney representing the Jeftersbnvllle branch made good talks for the Kinneytoldl ten new members at its last meet ing and at the same time received four applications John Schalda always interesting in his remarks admonishingfathers came members of the Catholic Knights of America instead of allow particularly President McGinn announced that he would name the various commit tees at the next meeting WILL USE SPYGLASS Ed Corrigan the Master of Hawthorne and one of the most dis tinguished men in the world of turf was being quizzed the other day by a reporter relative to the reform wave that is sweeping over America Said he I expect to live n few years racingWhentry and get a long spy glass so I can take a peep down at the tracks occa- sIonally I do not believe that the people who love outdoor sports are going to change and be satisfied with checkers and lawn tennis There Is no danger of them stopping horse races SERIES OF DANCES Trinity Council Y M I has are ranged to give a series of dances before Lent begins The dates are set for January 29 February 12 and 26 The following committee is in charge of the arrangements V K Ecker Chairman James B Kelly Andrew M Kiefer Bernard A Mort horst Frank Brigman A D Huls kamp Henry Beckman and John Schmidt The dances given by Trin ity have proved very popular and no doubt this series will be largely at tended SUCCESSFUL OPERATION Col John F Kellner the genial President of the Central Consumers Company underwent a successful operation last Sunday and his friends throughout the city will wel come the news that his condition is greatly Improved For some months past Col Kellner has been afflicted with serious throat trouble which confined him to his home The at tending physicians now predict his speedy recovery NEW PHARMACIST Dr Thomas J Keaney a welt known young IrishAmerican for DrugCompanymacy at the northwest corner of Sixth and Oak streets and IS prepared to do a general drug business nighttopromptly filled SING FOR CHARITY St Josephs Casino Dramatic Club will give a minstrel performance at St Martins Hall Shelby and Gray streets at 8 oclock tomorrow even ing The proceeds will be devoted to charity end a large attendance is expected The young men have a fIfie chorus several star vaudeville turns and many stellar vocal artists FOLLOWS IRS FATHER Martin BIJur OSullivan of this city won the highest honors of the senior class at Washington and Lee Ulnverslty at the midwinter examinations His average was 99 per cent Young Mr OSulllvan is a son of Daniel E OSulllvan assistant city attorney and formerly one of Ken tuckys brightest newspaper men MILITARY MEETING Next Wednesday the two local companies of the Uniform Rank C K of A will hold a joint session at St Martins Hall for the purpose of conference and devising ways and means for recruiting their member ship Company A with Cant Gus Kane at its head will be hosts to Capt Ben Hand and tile men of Company C- NEW ENTERPRISE Ed White and Joseph McDevitt have joined hands under the firm name of the White McDevitt Ma chine Company Both are practical machinists and their united talents will soon build up a big business They have opened a plant at 1011 West Broadway and are prepared to do all kinds of machine work steam repairIngphone 2730 MEETING PLACE CHANGED changedthemeetingsnof John B Stickler Son on the north side of Walnut street between Fourth and Fifth The change was made necessary on account of the improvements being made in St Francs Hall and will continue until further notice FIRST SELECT DANCE The Brotherhood of Railway Clerks will give their first select dance at I streetnearuary 29 Members of the order have sent out several hundred invitations I 0- ti Ills FATIIERS SON byLikeI harryinButAn now ho talks o marrylnJ strutOfNo lass BO prim that looks at him But likes his cut an shows H- An ifaix twould do your heart good too e blarneyTheres him pass But wears a smile for Barney DarneyAfor Barney Though Cupid lays cute snares these daysWhen goes pjillanderln perliapaNoneganderinA3il none art yet but theres a net That will one day or other An her Id name to gait the same Is one like me his mother Aje sure as fate hell take for mate KenrnerWhosmiles As once I lid with Barney BarneyThe Barney Standard and Times FEDERATION Mackin Council Will Ar range Programme For Next Meeting The Federation of Catholic Socle ties of Jefferson county held a very enthusiastic meeting on Thursday evening of last week at the Catholic Womans Club on Walnut street There was a good attendance of deletes and visitors much Interest be- Ing taken in the election of officers which resulted as follows KogersViceFoleyWllliamberger KellyTreasurer Quite a number of new delegates presented their credentials and were ddly received as representing their organizations for the year 1008 Mackin Council Y M1 I was desig nated to arrange the programme forth entertainment of the Federation at meetingAfter therefollowedwhich the organization was con gratulated upon the reelection of President llogers one the other officers Reports showed the Federation stronger and more influential than ever before with all indications pointing to its continued growth THEATRICAL Mncauleyfl will present Olga Neti ersole who needs no Introduction to Louisville theatergoers the last three nights of next week with the usual Saturday matinee Elsie Jams in the newest musical comedy The ttoyden is announced for the first half of next week at Mocauleys The piece is in two acts and Is one of the most pronounced successes of the stage Caving a long season in New York In Old Kentucky n drama that always proves popular in Louisville will hold the boards at the Masonic Theater next week One of the feat ures will be an old fashioned colored jubilee with coon songs cakewalks amusing pickaninnies etc Local vaudeville admirers should find another treat in the bill that the Hopkins will offer next week Comedy is again to be made a dis tinct feature The list of turns are BarrowsLancaster Company in a military comedy Tactics Carmel performers singing comedienne Cooke and Miss LilyFlexmoreand Temple comedy singing Mlle Martha European trapeze artist and the kinodrome showing new animated views I DOORS LOOKED ALIKE They were newly married and on a honeymoon trip They put up at a skyscraper hotel The bridegroom felt indisposed and the bride said she would slip out and do a little shopping In due time she returned and tripped blithely up to her room and a little awed by the number of doors that looked alike But she was sure of her own and tapped gently on the panel Im back honey let me in she whisperedNo Honey honey let me In she called again rapping louder Still no answerHoney honey its Alice Let me in she whispered There was a silence and still no answer After several seconds then a mans voice cold and full of dig I nity came from the other side of the doorMadame this is not a beehive its a bathroom LAZY FISHERS POLE A Salina man claims to have Just turned out a very wonderful invention in the shape of a fish pole and tackle It is so arranged that the instant a fish as much as nibbles at the bait the patent hook closes over the animal The faintest struggles thisIwmfish along the pole to the bank In this way once a pole Is set It does not have to be removed A man can read as he sits on the bank as the automatic pole will take care of Its fish THINGS MIXED Pat had heard some one quote the time honored wedding congratula tion to the happy pair May all your troubles be little ones and It tickled otlhdsjiardly able to hold back his congrat ulation until the ceremomywas over As soon as he could be xuthed up to the couple sad grabbing each by tie hand he sang out Long life to the both of yes and may all your jthroubleibe little babies t I HANNAN HONORED Old Louisville Boy Ilea of Paducah Board of Aldermen Hon Edward D Hannan has been chosen President of the Board of Aldermen at Faducah Mr Han nans honor is surprising when it is considered that there are eight mem bers of the board four Democrats and four Republicans In November 1906 Mr Hannan led the Democratic party to victory and was nominated for President of he Aldermanic board A deadlock resulted and Mr Hannan suffered an attack of pneu monia TOiile he was all lion Earl Palmer his liepubllcan opponent voted for himeslf and was elected President of the board by his own voteMr Hannan was born and raised In Louisville About sixteen years ago he engaged in the plumbing bus mess in Paducah He did good work and made his business a success from the start A few years atte taking up his residence in Paduca- he I was nominated for the love- board of the General Council an was elected His work in that bod caused his reelection several time- and he served two years as President of that body His illness last yea prevented him from being tenderedl the nomination for Mayor of Padu- cah He is a member of the Kinghts of Columbus a hard worker in the congregation of St Francis de Sales and no business man in Paducah stands higher than E D Hannan AGAINST NASTIES Bishop Scanlon of Salt Lake has just Issued a vigorous pastoral to his people calling upon then to refrain from attending immoral theaters and to stand for their destruction WANTS LAIiGI CROWD Satolli Council Y M I Will meet next Tuesday night and President McDonogh expects a large attend ance The new chief executive ex pects to have Satolli well built up pleetshereMAKING MUCH MONEY William Jennings Bryan filled 175 lecture dates during the year 1107 and made about 50000 The famous Nebraskan stands at the head of tlip list of platform speakers today for the size of this audiences for the re ceipts at the box office and for the demands for his appearance He will platform dential campaign NEW YORKS MALE CHOIRS At the recent Twelfth Diocesan ArchbishopFarleychurches of the archdiocese now hove male choirs and twenty churches are earnestly preparing fur the same The diocesan commission on church music will soon issue a list serviceIti be taught In the parish sch oos next year MOUNT OF THE HOLY CROSS Rising out of the valley on the Denver and Leadville line of the Colorado Southern Railway Coii pftny the railway again enters the mountains and through forty miles of rich mining country the traveler AtRobinsonsengers an opportunity to look upon one of the most remarkable natural formations in the mountains It is the Mount of the Holy Cross This interestdnrInmlmorkphotographs of the cross have found their way to the most distant coun tries of the world One of them adorns the Vatican at Rome LEMON BUTTER Grated rind and juice of one lent on threefourths cup of sugar one juicegrotset on stove in a dish of boiling water Beat an egg and when the sugar is melted and sirup hot stir in egg and stir mixture until it thickens then stir in butter and re move from fire and put dish in cold coldThisWASHING EMBROIDERY washing silk will not bear having soap rubbed upon It One should use warm water not hot and a suds made from some pure soap With reasonable care white silk embroideries can be laundered many times without turning yellow toohotcheapwashing GLASSI I Add one pint of vinegar to one pint of milk and separate the curds from the whey Mix the whey with teattthoroughlyit a sufficient quantity of unslacked pasteDrokenthis cement will not break again and will resist the action of fire and water WHAT WOULD LETTER BE A Mr Smith of Worcester stut tered so that it was painful to hear him try to speak One day his law yer In Boston wrote asking him to send a letter stating certain facts Thonextand said I thththought Id ccccome down mmmmyself as I ccccan talk bbbbettern I cccan write A NEW MEDICINE A Milwaukee man tells a story illustrative of the high estimate placed by the German citizens of that city upon sauerkraut as a food staple I A friend was talking to the Teuton about the high price of cabbage at the time when the latter replied Yes doeecabbage Is highawfUl My wife she used to put me up sefen barrels sauerkraut efery year Now t3 FRANK FEHR BREWING CO JXNCORPORA ED Io 1 I Brewers and Bottlers ILOUISVILLE Err PbODGI91arTHEhWIEDEMANN COMPANYSlCelebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINK 5- n l- Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANY INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOUJSVlLLE KY ASK FO FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7E6I CUMB PHONE WEST 19 JOHN B FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELINCO PO AT- BDBUTCHERTOWNBREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERr 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY JAMES A 1 WELSH PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING Repair Work Promptly Attended To HOME PHONE 6382 615 W OAK STREET PRIVATE HOSPITALF- OR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS v The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville hospitalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reai enable For further particulars apply o MOTHER MARY REGINfl- ERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jeffersonvllle lad Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGE LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET it is mooch different Ve can afford to haf tree barrels only Only three barrels Hans Yas only three barrels Choost enough to hat on hand in case of sickness HIS SAD LOT No man is so bad that there is not a little of tho angel left in him said the minister Yes thats so replied the dea con Remember Spllklns Every body thought he was about the worst man on earth Why his own mother wouldnt come to his funeral Well sir Ive been told a thousand times a month for the last five years that Spllkins was the only real saint that livedMy I i I married Spllklns1 widow sor rowfully continued the deacon CLEANS KNIVES cleanlngknivesbut raw potato and use this dipped into the ecourlng material The juice of the potato has splendid qualities for this purpose besides keeping the securing material always moist t l E1 I PbOBCII CDR J fFRANK SULLIVAN1 DENTIST 739 FOURTH AVENUE Jive your boys an education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE IIZ W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by tile Xaverian Brothers CUxk ddentltcind Buiineif Cont Preparatory De Equeymnshm it PETER M ANDRWI 8SOMS WAGON MAH f CIURfR8 Carriage Repairing and RubtlrTireh 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREEt HENfi AIJA I jJI PPOLSU DYER AND CLEANER Laitlis AprilWORK peon 3j 528 Fifth Street WINES i udasiVALS SALOONVAt list Lunch every morning frota to 1280 oclock U S D W OTJtJBWBi N tai 1I U fl 3 JNTUCKY A RIS6 AMEkI ANiII FACTORYS CLEARANCE SALE M6nS SUits sad OVOr6OatS 5 775 975 1275 1575 1975 I I THE BIG STORE 424 StlBelween I MILTON M MARBLESTONp d CO I PIANOSs The largest stock in the South to select I from Prices absolutely tjie lowest You cAn take advantage of our liberal payment plan if you wish The Largest Piano Stock in the South MONTENEGRO= RIEtlM MUSIC CO Incorporated EIIDLioo0 FOURTH AVENUE I j THESE COOL DAMP DAYS Are productive of aches and chills unless the system gets the proper stimulants Mulloys Teas and Coffees just fill the bill for dellc health giving properties lllous GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR 50C Green Black or Mixed Teas an45cexcellent grade 1 pound f- orMULLOY cOFfEB ROASTER HaraPhonuaj la14 W MAJRiJCISr STREET 8WWWHHHH Old Fashioned Fair GIVEN FOR BENEFIT OF I St Anthonys Hospital AT PHOENIX HILL HALL AN 20 TO JAN 28 ALl KINDS OF REFRESHMENTS Music and Entertainment Each Evening HOME PHONE 7452 FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTEED DAN MURPHYMERCHANT TAILOR 426 West Walnut Streetf Between 4th and 5th CLEANING PRESSING AND REPAIRING of Ladles and Gentlemens Garments I Take Out the Grease and Put in the Crease QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES For many year tbe Quick Meal lies been universally acknowledged as the best gas range in tbe market They cook quickly bake excellently and on 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 Mj BANNON P BANNONJR H M WOLTRINO R B BANNON PrtiMgr VciPnt Stcntary Treasurer t FPi Bannon tr Sewer PPipe Co r I PipeI for Steam Conduits Vitrified Street Paving Brick Tilerire Erick Grate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk Brick OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON r TBtBPUONB573 WORKS lathaHd Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet pth and loth TBLBPUONB 2833 4 r ss aadsr Albert T Schranz Co REAL ESTATE hi IN ALL ITS BRANCHES ONlTO LOADIJi PHONE MAIN 21Y RMM J 1 1LAW Cldg1 Ontir and GriM 1 n t- e r i 322 to 328 West Market 10Street O 0 BACDN SON MARKET REeT BET THIRD AND teOURTHi- NCORPORAT1 10 ct9 CLEAN=UPSALEi i IiI i Iand sale of black SALE COMMENCES MONDAY MORNING- and I will be all week Prices exception- Ally II- i to the goods out Come see and i HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 4 now fclahns the largest percentage Qf attendance of any ir the city- Division 2 met last night with a fine attendance President Ford named his committees for the year Philadelphia HlBerlnans arc busy preparing for the State convention to foe held there the third week in AugustDivision 1 meets next Friday night and every member should be there as President Mulloy will announce lets committees From all reports the Marching Club continues to increase its numbers The watohword should be 500 for Indianapolis New Albany continues to increase Us membership and will likely secure one of the big offices at the next State convention The time has arrived for active work for the St Patricks day celc bratlon Let us stave one in which all can participate The County hoard met Wednesday night at Bertrand Hall Permanently organized and ready for work there will now be something doing State President Butler was among the honored guests of the Ladles Auxiliary last Wednesday night when he carried off a nice prize The committee recently appointed to secure a Hibernian building for the ordeV in Syracuse has approvet a constitution and will soon start the fund Secretary Cusicks annual report I splenl1l1flnanclnJJiegan has now several nice certifi I body cates placed to the critlif of that Now officers of the thirtysever divisions of Alleglieney cdlUity were formally installed at the quarterly meeting of the County Board in Pittsburg It was decided not to hold a parade this year on St Pat ricks day Tune Hibernian event of the year at Syracuse the County Board ball took place Wednesday night and this year was greater than ever The Jmll was beautifully decorated and the dancing and euchre programmes unrivaled for attractiveness State President John W Dorsey has been very active during the pastt two months visiting and Installing officers for the divisions of Central Xew York The meetings have been well attended and in most cases numbers of the clergy were present and delivered encouraging addressee- IIENNESSYOSTEUMAN Miss Abble C Hennessy and Guy E Osterman will be united in the holy sacrament of matrimony nt St Johns church Clay and Walnut streets at 8 oclock Wednesday morning The Very Rev Father Lawrence flax will officiate and will be asnsted by the Rev Father Charles P Raffo A nuptial mass will follow the marital rite The at tendants will be Miss Margaret G Hennessy n sister of the bride elect and Carey B Osterman a brother of the groom abouttobe Mr and Mrs Osterman will leave later In the day lIBaltimore JCiagara other Eastern points and ontlieic return will begin housekeeping nt 3107 West Chestnut streetI- NJUBEi BY RUNAWAY TEAM William Nolan Sr one of the oldest and best known IrishAmeri cans in Louisville was run down by a team of frightened horses drawing a heavy waigon at Eighth and Brood way Tuesday afternoon lIe sustained itJhree broken ribs and a slight concussion of the brain At first hiss life was despaired of but now Dr T Jj McDermott has hopes for his ultimate recovery Mr Nolan resides at 729 West Broadway dad iis the father of Willtam Nolan of the firm of Humler d Nolan Frank Nolan the Plumbing Inspector and of deopge land James Nolan the plumbers RETIRES FROM PRESIDENCY Edward J OBrien the largest to bacco buyer in the world and by maiiy1 competent critics considered to be the beeV informed tobacco than in this country has declined reelection ti i as President of the Louisville Leaf Tobacco Exchange and has been suc ceeded by William O Mead Mr OBrien was President of the exchange for six years and did much to make the inspection of the Louisville Exchange the accepted standard throughout the world He will continue to buy tobacco for the French and Italian Governments JIONOll GODS NAME Veneration of Holy Things Is Object of This Society t The Holy Name Society held Its annual election of officers at Ber trand Hall last Sunday afternoon and the following well known gentlemen ward selected to guide It during the ensuing year Spiritual Director Rev Father Eugene V Flood- President Joseph L Lcnlhan Vice President John J Barry Recording Secretary Martin J Oeraghty Financial Secretary Lawrence SclmddTreasurerJoseph I WngnerI a Of the society Hereafter the members will meet at 230 oclock on the afternoon of the second Sunday in each month- The Holy Xame Society was established by the Very Rev Father Mc- Kenna O P twentyfive years ago The majority of Its members are located in the Dominican parish Its aim is to venerate the Holy Name of Jesus and to combat profanity and bad language It has done a world of good among old and young men LESSON TAUGHT Untimely Remark Causes Taft Forces Their First Defeat At a peceltt of the Republi can and Count Committee there was a row that has not been published up to this time W Marshall Bullltt Mayor GrInstead and Dr T II Baker attempted to carry things with a high hand for Secretary Taft Followers of Gov Bradley and Gov Willson favori Vice President Fairbanks A war of words followed and Col Albert Scott adjourned the meeting to prevent the war from becoming o fist fight It In said that after the meeting adjourned Dr Baker told W Marshall Bullitt that lie had thb Dutch under trig thumb A German Bepubliacn overheard trite ramark anti at once went to work to show that the new health officer was mistaken LllU result was tbut the Republican City and County Execu the Committee met at 418 Center street Wednesday night and elected an Advisory Board of five Those elected were J II Browning Dr Louis Hyans Phil Zoeller Joe Conkling and Ed Ilansberry Dr T II Bakers County Clerk Mark Gabhart W Marshall Bullitt Mayor Grlnstend Jailer Herman Monroe Andrew Cowan Burton Vance Harry Burnett Allen Ramsay and D W Ftafrleigh were nominated but all fell short of electron The moral Is Dont tell anybody that you have the Dutch the Irish or any other foreign voters under your thumb HONORS FOR W If OTIRIEX Ion William H OBrien or Lawrenceburg Ind formerly Chair man of the Indiana Democratic State Central Committee has been ap pointed Treasurer of the Democratic National Committee and assumed his new duties last Wednesday Mr OBrien is a banker and Is one of the most pbpular men In Indiana He is a close friend of Col Thomas Tag gart His new honor came to him unsolicited He succeeds August Belmont who recently resigned CAPT WESTFAM LANDS Capt James K Westfall who for eighteen years managed the Louisville Home for the Aged and Infirm has been elected to supervise the con duct of White Sulphur Sprlngslit dlana During his entire tenure of office In Louisville there was never a complal t against caPt westraU His many friends wish him succe in his new field r 322 toI328West WestMarket 18 MarketStreet I continued attractive hurry profit IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The Iloscommon Board of Guard ians and District Council have elected Michael Moran as Clerk of the Board and Council All efforts to settle the dispute between the Newry and Thmdalk dock workers and the shipowners have proved futile The Lord Chancellor has conferred the Commission of the Peace for Louthon J J Flynn manager of the Hibernian Bank at Dundalk The Brown Milling Company will reopen Its old established mills at Dundalk the announcement being received with great satisfaction Humor has reached Dundalk thrt the headquarters staff of the militlu will soon be withdrawn from that city This means another lloss to the business Of Dundalk- A man named Patrick Murphy of Tannons Watervllle County Kerry who disappeared from his residenco on December S has been found at Ha ml on by the police Samuell J Johnston Assistant Clerk of the leneo for County appointedtoOaths in the Onrngh district The holiday season passed over Ireland in a most becoming manner Christmas day public houses were everywhere closed and the churches thronged at all services The rc ligious spirit prevailed nazi nowhere was there any signs of intoxication I QUI dies ware obliged to make good ihelr escape in their night attire This lower part of the premises was gutted while Doherty and Cannon lost most of their household effects The death of Bernard McGuire of Ballytrain removes from this world of woe one of the Shirley estate evicted tenants and erne of a good old family Report of the death and funeral was read with regret by his many friends who were always glad to see him ati meetings of the South Monaghan Divisional Executive pf the League where he was always a prominent and welcome figure With deep regret and profound sorrow was recorded the death of KIT Patrick IlUofcett parish priest of the Clogher diocese The sad event took place at a private hospital in Dublin where he had been under treatment for some time The re mains were removed to the Killanny parish church where a large con course and at least n hundred priests attended the solemn funeral ob sequies In tne early Twiirs of Wednesday morning a man named Jeremiah OConnor was found dead beside the fence on tote road convenient to Headley bridge some six miles distant from Brosna County Kerry tt appears tIlt deceased attended n funeral tine previous evening and on returning home must nave met hi death He was a popular and ro1 spected farmer and great public sympathy Is expressed at the sad nn cnrrence RAILWAY MAGNETS SON WEDS Walter VT Hill youngest son of James J Hill President of the Great Northern Railroad and by many con sidered the most astute railway mag nate in the world was married at St Paul Minn last Tuesday to Miss Dorothy Burrows daughter of a prominent Minnesota lawyer Mr Hill is a Catholic but his bride Is a Protestant The ceremony WES per formed at the home of the brides parents by the Ttev Father McNulty pastor of St Lukes church The elder Hill is not a Catholic but his wife and children are all practical members of the church TAKE WISE STEP President henry Burke has inaugurated a plan that promises tQ become popular in al branches of the Catholic Knights of America mime diately upon becoming President of Branch 0 lie had prepared notices to be sent members in arrears notify fag them of their delinquency a duplicate of which will be filed with the branch Tide will be retained for the purpose of protecting the qrtler In case any question arises ns to the standing of any merpfcer who itfay Alel while in arrear J I- ta 1 NNNNNNNNNNNNIJAMESGRENEL Furniture Ii Carpets Rugs 1 1Stoves Ranges f LOWEST PRICES BEST TERMS t I saveStoves i 1 T Peninsular Smoke Consuming Direct Draft Heater 20satisfactoryTHE OAK HOT BLAST 50IPROGRESS OAK Otopt NeeNNeeNeeNeeeNeNN0NNeeeeeeeeNNOeeeeNe 16 Per 100 Bushels We havethe most centrally located yards In the city the best coal tho best teams the best drivers and can guarantee the most satlsfaciory deliveries what more could you ask SCANLON COAL COIncorporated Only Local Dealers Handling Original Straight Creek 4444+ i LARGEST AND BESTIN THE CITY i I UNITED LAUNDRY CO i IHANDI f I GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED 11 r BOTH PHONES 1188493732 o f i GREENiShorthand and TypewritinI Established Reliable System N9S SPETCIB President Ias1 COMMERCIAL rnmItIORATED SCHOOLJPUBLIC TaraerBarrlsaspeace6 ACCOIlVTlr JlJPAIIIIENT t88 8 ITH6GliaflRogers BOOK GO r PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES tTO SUIT EVERY TASTE f fGivef finest of their kind in the city 39 BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES IIOF EVERY DESCRIPTION L34 w S1ree1Jt FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 6 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager HBADQUARTERS POR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Rinds in Season Springtmbdty We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market product LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forte SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered It Both Phones 239 OFFICE AND FORGE 9IM1S SEVENTH ST + JH tH++ 1ttO Hit tt FINE WI I Es CIIAI PA- OXEIKOL3 f U t345 West Green Street LIQVOR3 mOABJH tta ArF 6 n 0- j