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Digital page images are linked to the text file. pKENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN T 1 I VOLUME XXNO 5 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY FEBRUARY 1 1908 PRICE FIVE CENTS Ir PARLIAMENT Opened Wednesday mid Irish Affairs Will Bo Prom inent Looks Like Nationalists Ai Agate United For Good of the NationSullI The British Premier Is III and May Not Be Able to Preside OPPOSED TO CATTLE GRAZI- t N f The Brutish Parliament openedJ Wednesday and If appearances count for any tiring a busy session is in store sir Henry Campol lannertn is suffering from an aggravated caso presidInI and Sir Edward Grey will conduct affairs for the Government until the Premier is restored to health Jly the way Sir Henry is far from well In nil probability this is to be h last chance to preside over 1arlia rent Ito has long beset II softer cr from heart disease and during Hie fall the ailment became so acute that hu had to leave for Dlurrlt for relaxation and absolute rest Lust week ho returned to England inI splendid physical condition only encounter a severe cold spell that brought on the grip This brought back the heart trouble and now seems that Sir Henrys days v are numberedIrish are sure to occu much time during the present se sion Besides cattle driving and the university bill the opposition h threatened to introduce an amen apeecltthe to poUcThisSecretary for Ireland on the defensive He will be asked to tell what Jecdot will doubtless bring on the first big apUnlessare held in check the debate will be yearsThe lever will tno doubt provoke a share of criticism for Ireland The land purchase oct will have to be very largely amend ed and the powers of the Estates Com missioners will linve to be widely on extended if the Irish party is to be heard at all- Contradldtory reports ant being made us to whether lions Villnm joinhndsplldlfeboundParliamentur have it that OUrien and Healy are reporhavo qtionartes cu and Itedmond liuve given generously of their tlmq and money for the weli tare of Ireland and no true Irishman Jiotheythey irvsvel it unsigned When conies to u vote on Irish affairs both will be found on the right side The Directory of the United Irish 304 League met in Dublin last week anti at that mectnga resolution was adopted approving John IJedmonds methods insofar as they tend town reuniting all sections of Nationalf members of Parliament At the same time the Standing Committee of the directory reported that 1200 evicted Is tenants had been restored to their farms during the past twelve1 Jllldgeltbelring grazing ranches and to in sist upon the distribution of the land nttbng the peoph The niGmhers Ire I a fused absolutelyI ito either upprovu or disapprove of cattle driving It was the consensus of opinion that members of the Irish National pu in Parliament tfliOuld for the tim being alt lentt sink all petty jealous 7 Ics nuarr ls and ambitions and work sawliollyjifperhapswil get down to work but In meantime1 there are likely ito be inn tvThespitted dobates and the Irish ur catmany hero will always be in evidence in case ff trouble Ring Edward was present at the opening of Parllameift and rend file speech from the throne Queen A1 ex nndrn the Prince mud Princess of royalfamlll Inl1gEdwanls or of legislation outlined by the Lib qitoment According to brief cablegrams ithe proposed legislation for Ireland is very mttbgre anti will not aft the relief promised by the Lib futheGEItMAiV ALLIANCE The city federation of the OrrmantI by American Alliance heM its nnnuuli tImeltlnJday night and several hundred of theDo most prominent CermanrAmerf cansand In Loulsvllle were In attendsPresident ijimp iiuiiinmi ii was teAtelected and Gottlieb Layer was made Treasurer During the evening Charles Neumeyer delivered an ad dress Oil the eelollrated Geri ealsto philosopher Johann Gottlieb Flchte I ui HIS FIRST 1MHTHDAY r Mr and Mrs William Henhessy entertained Monday evening at their home 25J7 Tint street in honor if o the llrpt nnntversnry of their sun Mqjitfr William John HennqflRy The 0- ci guests spent the evening in dancing I enjoying the music and partaking of the tasteful refreshments afforded by the hosts Mr and Dire lIen assay were aisslsted In receiving by the Misses Porn Katie and Mary Joyce Among1 the guests were Usses Maggie fnmle and Ratio Kcnney Nora Quirk Bridget Joyce Pearl JJorders Della Jlenncssy Dellaa McDermott Maggie Sullivan Mamie and Virginia Hennessy Maggie Slice lion Mary iMcGuire Nary OToole Mary Hoban Mary Linskyj Messrs TolmeDowney Joe Hennessy John T I Keanney Messrs James Keanney tin Joyce John McDermott 1Y ivan Thomas rcJIIIughln A Borders Ernest Burke Pat Farrell Michael Garvcy Thomas Farrell Pat Kennney John Shaughncssy Michael Sheehan John Ionergan Pntricli LinskyJohnJohn ODonnell Owen Devlnney John Holmes and Michael Dean Master Hennessy enjoyed the evening as well as the older persons present and re lUndsonae1Ipresents FITTING CEREMONY Marked the Restoration ofII tOldest Church In I Rome I A cablegram from Rome says A ceremony of peculiar sentimental seleisChristendom tools iplace the otfccr riftS in the ancient catacomb of Santa IVlscllln in the Via Solaria about two miles from the gates of nom TJie ceremony marked fife reestnb lldiimeivt of the place as a Christian oliurcli listto1 of tho cxxnvators who under them direction of Prof Maraicchl have 101r ittorestoring tla cemetery sari the sub torraiioan basilica 11Inandsexcavation there is no doubt that rivalrydlevee to be the most ancient Chrls protopontificalIII second to none on questions of Chris Linn archaeology gave nn interesting on tlie results oht lined by ent und Well directed labor Tim cemetery of Priscllla was founded In stolic times in the grounds of a villa belonging to the nolita fuu31of Aellli Ilairlonl mad tool its Horne from PriseIlia inotlicr of that PruilcntliiH wM1tn ncconling t tradition was ilraptized by th Api Peter bhOIltBexis Ohitingthe Ksqiiilino t Here the members of their S4tn1ltnfor fdll8certainly St Peter first jirmclicd to the inliotoitants of rite ICtcninl City Illl1re8t nnelentknowuwere interred the contcmporarieJ anti disciples of the Apostles tliejit selves among them Aguiln aril Prig cilia lostIeRI1I11fnnce in this holy precinct amongi ofitMarcus Aurclius in the year 102 and Hcven Popes lading from the year up to 555 Mnrcelllno Marccllo Ryl vestcr Liberlo Sirlcio CeleHtin ami J Vitrilio of SLUMBERat its Now the Lot of One of CLouisvillesSingers Louisvilles musical world received great shock lost Saturday when th0ofdeath of Baldwin Kremer was of aImenaft n circlertof o 11Baldwinwholesouled attentive ono business man but he never 1 let business Interfere with his to musicil I deceased was born In Ger sixtyseven years and eight se inhis1 n centuryIntheI rIngSinghSocietynFI n11 citiesHe famIHis children are Tony William and AUtealWurschlUrs j Krupp Thoj at took place from St Martin church Monday morning where soll oran high mass was celebrated Thowmesa was sung by the Uoya choir and the Concordia Singing Society grave In St Michaels Cemetery e Concordln also sang the psalms Protundia and Benedlctu 8gar then Silent Is the Slumber the Dead c a meeting of the Concordla 0onadopted The committee appoint draft the resolutions was of Joseph J Mueller Presld of the society Urban Stooge and Ferdinand J Echsner KDIFY1XO I I Last Sunday was the regular com1 munlon ay for the Sacred Heart Sodality of the Sacred Heart church I tn c- Gi D Seventeenth and Broadway and was also the occasion for the annual tion of officers More then 100 elecI wearing their new and badges approached the holy sacra mont at the 730 oclock mass Rev Father Patrick Walsh was Justly proud of his boys Tho officers electl HarfYSauerTreasurer Frank J Higgins Li1 brarian and Eugene C Thompson Assistant Librarian NEW LIFE Division 4 Seems to Have Awakened In Bertrand Hall Tlia new quarters of Division 4 A 0 II seem to liijve awiikcne1 I widespread Interest in the affairs atL the Limerick Dinner of the order For three meetings in succetinri record breaking crowds have been in attendance at Bertrnnd Hall Itseemed Monday niight that every nI itvthomex there WTW a goody sprinkling of out sidons iUiat is rdsftlng members from other local dli ions 1resident Hen ness has n quIet away Of showing itisrji 1 cation nnd Division 4 dots the rust Of course none but staunch Catholic and deseemlullts of Irish parents nr cted by President Hennessy 1 + T I Monday night i 1 crdUUIlt 11I7JI11C2 NV I tickled tire gavel before a full Raill I I ACurtlnWdlllamI llobert L J iompson nnd John 1II ODonnell Miclwiol Ward and Tam1iI Kcnney were reported on the sick1 One af the important feature e of tflie evening was the announcement j1ntonthe ti onhnnda were out of uiupiu niiiuiii could be reached by lame pitonthi2998 Ot course ho could not guar tintce immedraito mark but promised that he nnd Oils ifellpw committcemon would use their Nest endeavors a- mptly N The as TwexiUlcWowins appointed Thomas Lyncti Law ronce Aleancy nnd William J Con- nell ATplicahioii for membershipI were received from John McDermottIt Frank Sweeney J H Williams Mlaliael Gnrvcy nnd Guy Thurinnn After tlhe routlinc business hall JnlSullivaneonvndulntintfIi theeticoref f of t1leao river He admonished the men J spiritt1i1tof the church Judge Sullivan spoke a few words on the bcne thoOathollcwere nlw made by C A Cnvtln and fnewONWAItl MAHCII Of Hibernian Club pro ceeds In Satisfactory Manner nvorklrng tt great deal of Interest in till Marching Club that will represent them at Indinmipolls during the tlonul convention next July Each om the four local divisions has formed own liranclf of the club Next Thursday night Division 3 will meeti and as soon a the ordinary routine affairs can be disposed of the hall will bo turned over to the Marching b Xot only are the members of the club invited Ibnt every member 01 the order in Louisville is invited t att ell tha expecttmeetings nt which the metnbe the Marching Club will show tlWIII I ves Occasions like those awaken arise interest in the order and Ken tucky ought to make n splendid n1ltrollollsduring ixlornx have organized their separate mardI willvobe KO whol body can be welded into one grand organization with each local division duly repray ated on tlie stall of officers NO SLURS ven Unemployed Irish Are Unalterably OpposedI to Socialism Its for Mayor Busse of Cliicagn earl the IrisQi oniULs pollee force to j rc j Dhel+ present out of a job saidl a 1clo 1slast Saturday Mcdreevy with several Irishmen listening to the address of Arthur AtTrcvclyan nn English Socialist 11 tilrQ unemployed of Hamilton iinbey Jacobs Hall The lEnglishman abusing Mayor Busse and Iris itireofaon sayingMayorwould hit you mm in the head with club as quick ns theyd kill n rot irisedr nn said BItntmop tfof whiskers on Trevelynns face and hi measured his length on the floor In two mlnntns tHere were forty Irish onitirogtt Say Sf tflleilfJpealer1JrUlih arrests t C I LOYALTY I To the home the True Menus of Heal raid Lasting Content a celeatCnrdlnnlt tGives Splen did Advlccjto American Motlicrs ALandoiiinciit of Frivolity ant I Higher Ideals Help America t IONE WORD IN TIME YOU KNOW Americana ought to bo ashamed to acknowledge It but it is nevertheless i a foot trot the number af American rlifldn J JUpresset J cognizance of the matter and as mointelligentrallyt J tho country for aciuse rind n Tem 1 ody A representative of the New 2wGibbonsKiiiiprcHslvoi t considered jresponseln JAny Jtor 1 mothcriiood is taking as great responsiMjity and commluing1 as clradly n sin ns J she became tite of n murderess In few t s sort of thing ita iiiuixmr of mu 1st cowardly kind No doubt many women thouglutlesSily discuss this subject with one anolther It is jiot In all probability for vide men to advise truly eAgbringchlldrelbJ years but to iave n good time anl 101lIeenprobA Illhusbu11l1vitably destroy her own happinessfoldus well as that of her husband SJrPoli herselfduringdiscretions and dissipations tlulJ= to fasclnatet some of the Amur on n women irlilit recwit yours buCI the reallymad turiVt will nevw pA eoututu w wife who estnlbllshes helCsalt among this class of women amiI thrfr male nx adores Physicians and druggists of char ncter are useful citizens but it iis only thosu without consciences who f the accomplices of that class of men who are determined to defeat the law of nature and the will of 111Stuteci 1 sale of the articles of prevention that lire deadly alike to the Jiionil as wellI as the physical health of both met nnd women Tliese laws weahenJfOlCednltermf stat1sprontolevill c SIingf forms of the sooinl evil and 11I1llIWperanco fin drinking are allied evils nutaevill In all Its phases Is such n delicate subject ito handle that 1 it sccma impossible to educate the plO pie towtird righteous living in this fllgardlllrtnbconlo4i people next for obvioiin reasons remain dgnomnt upon itihis most Important o of nil questions now con fronting ttlie American people inoiv than ever befoiv The very esisi once of the nation depends upon the lugryi ties that neither eltu shirkrartot ClIinCta1menolcs df the nnitlon IIs to thrive qnxlI dInfluence1 ClorI IJtWlen Jthet 1 befamilieisCnixlinail tusked jmAllways that this Is their duty No woman who attempts to foil tire law nn of nature and of God elm be given absolutionrattlic canfessioirtd if thini to Vhalt we commonly call raii suicide they could not avail fretn selves of the confessional lono of the three prUent thtoi thinIIIherl memory To conceal one vitiates thi tlibe1 contrition nnd n sincere purpose of aj bInject they can be saved only by faith willingnessto frYouryouthinkCliImIwomen from smoking The thought 5s too disgusting dlsciVss so I must be excused from having anything whatever to say CCnnlinnlRHIiKmlneneeTIle world is gonimed more by 1enlsljJnn by Ideas it dainfiuen eel thal1bWoman Is the pattern of virtue all ke1rI to imildcn wile curl mother Shw cx I Iribits tine virginal modesty becoming the maid 1 antloS thingT1wIi 11tJbeIlJnr eulogy is pronounced from th pulpit attars and temples are dud 11 chbratednorthe1I stamped on tho livtollect the heartt Qrthei ence of Mary therefore in t morel elcraMon of women can haul perfectcombinatlol1ll good and noble dn womanhood wit lrto alloy or drsgaacla lion Hero exquisite beauty but n beauty more lIel1goJdsTIcontemplation I witItappuhl ny1e mother of fair love devoid of sentimentality or sensualHy In h prideorrmoral strength and 3ieroism tt tthb nnl1110norlli rather than of noisy action Now It Is quite ordinary to hear of ladiesgentlewomen daughters ofsettle of countrys heat men not dndeet tating Dr Mary Walkers tionnl attire but 101tnuni lRItxnu1 thingsad be To debar wmnoro tm pursuits is not ito degrade her restrict her field of notion to the avocations off life is not lier flsplrations after the thtraryul so called hut Kiliose super rights that can not fail tto heir iwSth n isncred Influence forrnthe as domain of IImprisedeoccIOrdooor41011yLONG JUUR rbaed Son of Erin Walked forty Mlles to Court cablegram from Dublin sa Stephen ONeill seventyfour years walked forty miles to answer a BelfastSummonsagainallIs that of driving n tarot cart tho wrong side of the road at liefais on Christmas eve ONeill startt from Ballygela near Portaferry Down to walk to Belfast Ho wallhagand ijithreefind been hanging j opened In court ONeill said he was only crossing the tram lines to give wnterlngtroughlstrates directed that something gluon him from the poor box batItoohunger and exhaustion procured refreshments for him seeing him to the rallwFrion and procuring him a tick There are few men In the Unitedl that would walk forty miles testify In a court even if they prosecutors instead of defend s i ABLE ADDRESSES 1 Advocating Marching Club Were Made Before Lo cal Hibernians Division J A 0 H held another meeting Friday night of last President John M1 Mulloy alifthe chair and the 1inun cc mmlttc made u report commendI the efficient work of Treasurer Charles Finegan unit Peter J Costcltj iu in the past year The VWtinr mmittee reported that Jntn- olnn was much Improved wh c Vi Claire Tim Cunningham nnd1 Sweeney errs still quite 1111 orge Filburn was elected to nllmt1 t J fmadef iOeorgei address He expressed sntlsf Hon at the worn Doing done by the order In Kentucky but appealed tute members to attend lIt least ono ling every month He told what stgrx expected of Kentucky Hiber aloes when the National convention JulynH tld I historyedalt of at Kentucky Hibernians would do part in making the grand t parade a success He offered Important Auk cations rc ganlinp tine Marching Club nnd stated Oovlngton as well ns Louisvillejt ould be well represented at Indian oils It was determined to 0 Division 1s MaTching Club tgnnfin tIts xt meeting ut ivfliioli time the seSsment will also be fixed President Jfulloy announced tho I committees for the year 1istingDamns Doran Andrew and Geonge Undress Finance James P Barry Thomas I Iillrellyto Sr Martin T Cislck and Thomas Seal Federation Thomas Walsh lyhus arles Unldy TJiterary Thomas Dolan William DougllcTtrThomas SIJYF111 WEnDING Il I port Mrs Joseph Diortho rat i well known members of St Louis jli I I errands congregation will cele brute the twerityflf anniversary of eir marriage in a very quiet wuy At the Si 30 oclock mass at St Louis Bertrands church Mr and Mrs Morthorst will renew tiIevows of love and fidelity made twen t utu years ago Among the reintlves who ceremonyea Morthorst yard Bernard Morthorst ildren of the jubilarians and Mr Mrs Bernard Coda Sr parents namedte Pirate their golden wedding n year wehhence Mr and re Uball1tes i tJ was celebratehenKugeds1 y afternoon Mr and Mrs Diorthor informallyeJi 1aeeI1eMADE BIG MONEY I FAerOld Fashioned role Was tSuccessful Beyond- Expectations The old fashioned fair for t I10spltalclosed lYcdnesdnaF htIt butll1oenix muchihenmdisposed of As n consequence it was determined to tittero noon ht x gameweratnight Were avert tulle a number off ttulentThe Concordla Singing Society made hit numberLammermoor was particularly we receive The vocalists in this num J ber were MisJi Itosu Stoohr soprano j T Mu aftellerJr second tenor Joseph UebelhorI st bass John Gruesser second ss rater in the evening there tvcr selections anbu J of members of the Ooncordln It Iis 1 estimated that the old fashioned Anthonys1J0spltalThe good Franciscan nuns who PrankYs A XtCui he J Committee desire to return thanks to oil who In uiny way contributed toward rife successAt II the ladies und gentlemen of the various committees that made tho t r n success will assemble at St Anthonysj Jlaspital at which rim Mr Geher h belidlf of the Executive makte enoftempletorc t ntlzo nvinncrx CARDINAL nI AnI Venerable Archbishop of pijColdoThe Cardinal Archbishop of Purls lhtceobd11b M 1hlllJlIttendlngIto his duties Arclibldiop and soon developed iy gestion of the lungs He began i u- or pinetalaye eelellrntNIIn1ITgrand edifice was Crow lltl with guprincesft t butbyParis whose friend the Ainlini tlTheever tats- 1rnneois Marie Benjamin Itleiiard jwus born ut Nantes France Ut 1819 jninthI jI evinced n vocation for the religiousi e anti wns ordained priest in J843d 1 Later he was made Bishop and then Archbishop of Paris and In 1889 tt made Cardinal by Leo XIII of ho memory Pope Plus X was apprlsedwill Eacisiletlemigc Cardinal Kldiard and teletgrnphifl n blessing to the dyingI prelate Iater iVhen Informed off the CnrdlnnlH death Ills feline ii knelt In prayer for severall nonce x upon arising said to several of attendants Poor man He stttotOWIlhousc1 lhlR L I aonepisodej in December 1900 at Whl time the Cardinal under the rellehtseparation law was forced to leave his mrdiepltioopal palace real acedpr tjed the hospitality of ono of the Clerical leaders in the Chamber of Deputies Ills departure was at tended by one of the m ofremarkeiblo dcmoiiiitrntlons ever witIJacted in Paris ti roMj 4000 of his flock Wihcif the Car 1JlrongkneltPrince of Hie CliurxJi was muchj moved and stood up to bless tpeople The men quickly tin harnessed the horses and themselvesJJ caught hold of the shafts nIl hauled the carriage to its destiimtion ot KHUKKI THK CU1UOUS H01rFabher l In the Sistine chapel several enger English and American ladles anxious to have n good view mOlll tell ij of the benches in the Tribune attracting the attention of t finThostern old Captain off tine Swiss O gun down down he exclaim l Id Vort obutuse n little common rvnse nUll have with fitting relpeel 1 Indies addressed retired as rnplt11 ns possible from their over protni facet positions n TOURNAMENT I Of American Bowling Congress Attracts Attention inoLouisville IrishAmericans Find That tlie Sport Is Exceedingly aStrenuons Very Low Itailrond Rates Will theJiLLS CITY WELL REPRESENTED Louisville bowlers are very much t interested in the forthcoming tourna ment to be held in Cincinnati begin conh Washingtons teenth annual tournament held under u BDvlingdsari be rolled nt the Cincinnati Armory i arrangedthut canohouseItfiremen teams will enter and the closotorepre sented by eighteen fivemen teams e orl11erl extentGermanAmericans realcexercise led 11ny of our race to investigate the game They found that it was strenuous enough and they went a er it As is usually the case many young IrishAmericans became un usually proficient as bowlers and IncreasingHero IrishtiCityppetted of its members at the forth coming tournament The Kentucky Irish American team n which will bowl at Cincinnati Febru MHarrJohnJ 1 JllurklrltomusJt1an contestsTho enteredQueencJlluerOlIIChnrterszas Rough Riders Faymus ONeal IClsGum w ewLyou notformallySpecial matches have been ar 111lCincinnatiuphundsontespecial entertainments have been lined for the visiting women bowl CIBThe thelnterIcan beheld1 wIllbenightofCincinnntibowlersIrrangc1Iwntgooll11111eI willt bring forth a new trolley ride call for fresh gaHtrononik efforts the I0 loveirelse to enjoy life ns they do ime international championship llies tili the rolled xcuiuitl 13 14 and 15 The womens games will be going on at the some time the center I111es having been reserved for them main feature of interest during the session of the A B C will be tho contest for the next tournament Detroit and Pittsburg ore both utter the honor tarrysIferrnutnunt of the American Bowling eon bnthatyno be reelected will is expected that stern- It bowlers who seceded dlLouisville tournament In 1 will seek to reenter the fold ll opportunity will be given thel come back because the lovers game feel that till whole it misumlcrsanding fhlfettlecoursechProtodnyblttllOadvantagprafered OhllSouthwestern nostn the very low rate offered it Iis manycpeople not interested lIn vllllctlloHKLKXAS NEW OATIIEDK lieR1ght lieu J P Carroll Blsl Mont is preparing to t- It Cathedral that wilt cost onct IItimeShepherdnhA built In the style of n L crosrt and will be fionstructed Montana marble IIHSir EMIOIIATION hope that tile aide oft effectMl1 notoryear acne lOQUeof wlthjyof from 30ono to 40000 raverage of about BSjOOO A V U TUOKY IRISH ROAN r- r KENTUCKY IRISH MERIGflN I I I I Devoted to tho Moral and Social Advancement of elf Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO incorporated publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY g Entered at the LouUvllle Poitoltlce as Second Class latter UdresJ all Commonlettloni to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West OreeN Stt I TRADES COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 11908 I rTI1AT EDUCATIONAL BILL I The Kentucky IrishAmerican not been sparing of itsi praise of Gov Wilson flther as n turn or ns ni i executive officer It luis wild and ui11st act according to flits lights On or dinary occasions and when jno great r policy is at Band Gus Wilson will doubtless do what lie conceives to b right but when It comes to n mutter of Republicanism tote Oovemor will tha43p llcanism means U centralization nf puwiir Democracy means tilt grxti eat good for the greatest number anti till doctrine carries with It tin widest liberty in allowing the people to name delegates anti lIlglslators to draft its rules am regulations Oov Wlllson Wnnts thn present II Stem of public ppiinqls rriiHdkd Sore J Uint flUglMt to b1 lout Jill 010 lOfcinoettianis n hoard of tin trustees Lnstend of the present fourteen Formerly we lead twentyfour tpislees two from each ward but tits h ada better school system that Wo have now Moreover the hill np proved by Gov Wlllson asks that Stipulated salaries tie paid the five commissioners You can always drtt pend on Republicans to look out for graft Graft is a hard word then days but paying salaries for the work of Aldermen Counejlmen aivli School Trustees is nothing else 1 IL If man is not hribticd with that love for Iris country his State his city to give a little of his tone he is not worthy Me offiicr wontmrt et least one woman on the Board of Commissioners The Kentuek- Trish American has the greatest re spcct for women as mothers wives f mveflthearitR breadwinner wflien they must needs belmt not as public officialsaGov WJllsonfl bill wants the women to vote Would It not be nics for tale Governor to come home from Frankfort some night suffering from a case of grip to find his wife nwjw In response to inquiries lu iAKjd learn that slut tarts att tending n meeting of the Seventh Wardi Gladys Vanderbilt Club land to elect Mrs FlnnnJgnnIJuschermohln to the School Commission Strange things could happendIf Gar Willsons pet imnasure goes J through look trot for development- Women known lot about politics an tire liable to start something Mrs Tones from the First ward and Mrs Smith from the Seventh are quit likely to be stacked up against Mrs Brown of the Tenth Mrs Brow may be a negro wench but If she happens 1o be the ward boss 1h + other Republican ladies will have to accept timer Look ttt the expense the coffee so cials will put the dear women to At least you wilf consider them dear after you foot the bill You can not expect to be elcetrid unless you eni tertain Ladies can not enter bav roonis but they must do something to capture the vote And after it is all over Mrs Fnllgay will be elected by n majority of hventyt free and all because she wore Vtuch n stuni ning shirt waist plaid you know tAn REACHING DECISION United States Supreme Court thor unions a severe jolt Mon hen a majority of the court J down an opinion holding that coons may discharge employ es 9 otflicr reason than that they belong to a labor organization ThUi is far reaching and no decision or the United States Supreme Court tIn recent years has created so muth surprise quid indignation Not onl bWfliame Ideht Roosevelt are likewise workup over what they consider antsion of the rights of an America- to liberty and the pursuit of happi1 ness Tiie decision was rendered in a g arried to the Supremo Court PIC Eastern District of Ken I It was styled William Adaif Itlip United States The facts W arc those William Adair r Mechanic for the Louisville s1vllle railroad at Covlngton rged a locomotive fireman IU Coppage because he was aIiCr of the Brotherhood of toppahisgo el s l istrict Court under the ErdIioti Judge Cochran decided IIn otCoppago and ordered thntII given proper redress This It suit the attorneys for the Id company and they carried lUeto the United States ke Court That body reversed Ton of Judge Cochran end flue I adman act was uncon I The court holds that J f has a ttloIJmIsM J l rJ wd3a tt an employe for whatever reason h sees fit M this contention of the court holds good employers may discharge employes because they belong to the Hebrew faith or because they nrw allied with the Baptist Christina Catholic Mothodist or any other church because their parents or grandparents were born in Ireland or some other couirtry because they are Democrats or Republicans Ini plain English the decision moon at an employer or n corporation can dictate ito employes in regard to habits thoughts and convictions orI every subject President Roosevelt nnd Uie Repel lican leader arc very much exercisei over the decision and no doubt th nations CJJf ggpcutive will ask Congress to take soinu notion look- Ing forward to the enactment of n HHIVSlire safeguarding the rights of eniployvs 3IANLV AND DIGNIFIED +Samuel Gompers President of till American Federation of Labor IH at in nn editorial an Mil paper the Federatlonist In which he states that he does not intend to comply with all the terms of an injunction recently issued by Juwtlcd frould ugtiinHt putting the Buck Stove and Range Company on the We Dont Pat ronize list Mr GomperH1 editorialI is manly and dignified Htt evinces no contempt for the tau nor court S hut declares The matter of attempting to supi press the boycott of nit Buck Riotv and Range Company by injunction Iit significance before this invasion nut denial of constitutional rights V a discuss this injunction and feil1 obliged as a matter of conscience and principle to protest its issuance nti its enforcement yet we desire itta be clearly understiOod that tho editor of the American Federations does not consider himself thereby violating any law of either State ori nation nor does he intend or advit 3 any disrespect toward the courts of inhereinatural and constitutional rights and guarantees must be defended and maintained Nothing could be fairer or mor nnd logical than 1rewident nxlikely that tlie court will make at i1ffort to bring him to task for his u tterancese NO SENSE IN BELAY nlt 1ho opaning of the present session of Congress President Roose volt communjcnted to that augustJ assembly n very comprtJienslve nit s sage and laid particular stress oji the enormous loss of life entailed by earlessness in Hie operation of rail roads Congress has enacted n law time limits ihe Avorking hours of railway telegraphers and others em ployed in Wic handling of trains nine hours a day The new law to become operative March 4 Last Monday fifteen men rcpresetntln x practically all of ihe great railroads of the United States waited President Roasevelt and asked hi to secure annmendmcnt to lira low They claimed that Mardi 4 was too early for the mllroSids ito get ready It is never to early to do good I There ore thousands of ddlc men in the United StateH at present and 09 per cent of them are anxious to I work If the new act of Congress enforced these men will not only beI given work but oilier mast will bs saved that racking of nerves that fol1 lows working over hours with the llvlytiutto President nor the Interstate Railroad tvllalt talC prompt enforcement of any law anhat wi dents and the oaifcty of life and limb IJULLITT AS A LEADER I Each day brings forth new developments in tho fight between adherents of Vice President Fair banks and Secr pry Taft for thIS I Republican Presidential nomination insofar as Kentucky is concerned Each day also shows that W Marshall Bullltt aspires to he not only the lender but the whole works in the Republican party in Kentucky Press reports say that Mr Bulllffc Los been made manager of tho Taft forces in this State Mr Bullittls personal unpopularity is constantly growing but he ciontinues to force his leadership on old 11 u o i Republicans Went do not wont him All this is beneficial to tho Demo cratic panty Mr IJuIlitt la a itett DrJanIthVln RcpuhliMnhence and U divW d Bepubllciin o j I party means an easy Victory for Democracy and Louisville Democrats will come into their own again I ENGLANDS TROUBLES I England is now confronted by n wave of Socialism Last week atcHull onrl of tho great industrial1 centers andl millions of British work ingmen were represented by the various delegates These labor lead II ere put themselves on record as accepting the Socialistic doctrine that production find exchange should be controlled by a democratic state In the interest of the entire community and its favoring the establishment off social and eooivomic equality between the sexes lllie English iiewvjwipirs are so dazed over the avowal that only fov of them seem to grasp the sig nificance of the real situation The present loVVrnnient of Knglundt I needs the Socialist votes in 1arlia intent at least in the House of Coin mons antI the aristocracy of the tight little tale wonders what will1 happen next I rum FOR UUSINKSS Tlie Geutrnl Assombly of Kei tucky sometimes called the Tegjslr lure has been in session our weep t now and as yet has enacted no new law Trim It Is that we have plenty of laws If they were enforced but tthis assembly has jieitlier ennetcd a new talc repealed an old oiP not tens it given ruty indication that It intended to support any of the lawn now In foreo in this Commonwealth Legislatures like all other onme high but the great America people trust hove them The fcrainb for the Uiiitcd States Senatorial sent seems to list crowded everythln ntalso off the stagy fIt 5s time for th t llegdslatorK to quit fooling and SItt down to work I KNIGHTS AND LADIES e Elect Splendid Corps of Officers For Next Year At the regular meeting 4f IS Catholic Knights cold Ladies of progresshcini cers was elected for the ensuing anli 1 Ini tine condition and promises were 1mrudu to further increase the mem bership Following are the officers chosen Spiritual Director llev Patrick1 Walsh President iMory E Nolan SpeakRecordingMorris Financial Secretary Kntle Henley Treasurer Bridget G Flynn ScrgcantatAmuJLouIR Haungs Sentinel Patrick Delaney liridgnetor terms of one two and three years respectively Medical Examiner Dr Michaell Casper The branch also elected Alice Mor rls delegate to the national conic n oftime to be held in Kansas City next svtfas for alternate Much salts faction is expressed by members of local brandies over the last reports of time standing of the order sentt out by the Supreme officers whoI were in session in Chicago for several days MOURN HIS DEATH FrankChnllmanChapmallElectricrue were grieved to hear of death which occurred last Saturd y morning at his residence at Howardj Park Ind For some time the de ceased had been complaining but none of his friends thought nls co todltton at tiiscame as a shock Mr Cha thoFallsono of the best steamboat electricians saftu hanIinnrab and his aged mother Mrs J Chapman and one brother and three sisters all of Boston Mass His funeral took pinto Tuesday afternoon from the family residence the Interment 1 being in St Louis cemetery i WilY GKANDPA SMILES I 3A1Rliam Manning Clines will be te cJl1rehtomorrowSheridan will perform the baptismal1 rite at Holy Crtis church Westt ivesill Ibo Tomes Noonan and Mrs John Gray Little Willie is the second son of Mr and Mrs Thomas D Clines of Grainger Court and time second grandson of Mrs Mary Clines nnd of William M HJggins editor of the Kentucky Irish American The new scion of the House of Clines is to tibe named William qlter its maternal1 grandfather und JTnnnlng the maiden name of the paternal grand nioUier This is the second young inberniuni in tIle Clines household HONOR FOR MCABE I I Agentforquarters in Louisville has been hon ored Iby being elected President at the new local branch of the National1 MrMcCabot known men in Louisville for at least a quarter of n century He is also prominent in the Knights of Columbus and the Ancient Order of Hlber lans AlNCENTIANS Rev Patrick Walsh now Chaplain of the Particular Council of the St issuedT1 the call for the next meeting which will the hold at the Sacred Heart school hall Bovepteenth and Broad way on Monday night February 10 TbL l11eetlnRprorDsM to be rote- ill 5 rqting anti tiiouJd bo attended by 1 1 th j members 4- c U p J o r lt9i a a 3i J 0wn =NK i SOCIETY gi 6 Mrs Mary Kennedy is spending the goesaof her daughter Miss Margaret Malone of time High 1lands thus been visiting Miss EthelI Fomkcr in Cincibinntl Mrs Samuel J Boldrick is spend iing n four tlays with her motherin 1 talc Mrs Katie Boldrick tit Lebanon Miss Mary Hays of Jeffcrsonville jtens rotlimed from u weeks visit witu Mrs Elizabeth Rosscr at Kliznbcth 1town =Mrs Charles W Kelly tens returns- to I her home in Jefftrsonviile oils a pleasant visit to relatives in Chicago Paul F IKggins ors among tins guests from Louisville who wCl iregistered at West Baden Spring tins week 4tthe guest of Miss Maria Merimee 3in Clifton Jinn returned to her home lit J ElizabeMito i I Mrs Mary Martel of 1107 State street New Albany iis suffering front a severe ease of the Tip butt her speedy recovery Is expected tics RI F Hines of Jeffcrsonvlll is vlsiitlng friends at Indianapolis= and while there has been the re clpiunt of many social nttentiouat Mr and Mrs John B Wnthen an I daughters Misses Margaret andI Eleanor have gone to Pasadena Cnl1 to tpil the remainder of the winter Miss Rosella Dotiglierty of 1 117r yVest Jefferson tstreet who has beenI seriously III for Kivoral works 1is notch Improved tool IH mat able iNr receive her friends 1f r and tics Guy E Overman nr inspected to arrive home iomarro- from their bridal tour which i teluded Now York Waslilngtou andI other Eastern cities Mrs Tliomas Rafferty who spent two weeks here as the guextt of Mr anti Mrs William M1 IliggiiiM West Madison street left Tuesday for her home in Syracuse N y Mrs Tames feKenna and lit etiarniing daughter Miss lIlrgIII e t MiKenna have returned to th uc spendinghA pretty baby 11oy came to liriglilcn the home of Mr and Mrs inlc I very proud of the new arrival Miss Henrietta Kaiser West Tcf fersoa street entertained at each lust Saturday in honor of Mrs Thomas Rafferty 6f Syracuse nndji tR1A voted n nmst charming hostess Mr and Mrs James M Burns ofr 1109 Sevenlth Street are rejoicing babyTJieFather Clark at SI Louis llertraurti Church last Sunday The merry twinkle In the eyes of Officer Pat J Beaimin is caused thn arrival at his home 120 J wen tleth street of a tcn pound boy He 1arrivaleelving coi gratulations I Mr nod Mrs William OMlxiriie Walnut Hills South Louisville enter tained a number of friends tit dinner lest Sunday evening In honor of MissI Hattlo Hlggins slid his cousin Mrs Thomas Rafferty of New York I The homo of Mr anti Mrs Fred II Struck at 2227 Baxter avenue Ii been made more joyous than ev I since tint arrival of another little laughter Miss La Verne Lillian Papa and Mamma Struck are both proud of the new addition to their family hiMrs Rosa Ansbaeh of lOr IVu Jefferson street who spent thc peat month visiting friends und rela th ers in Chiciigo is expected home sajouruhet t pguest of honor at several theater parties and other social functions asTolnt Iturns entertained the Bach doss Club with a smoker and hN sicofj guestsrpresent were II o lIndfieFld1 Fohcy t otliy OHngen Patrick ORagen W1IIj iam McNamara nnd Richard Donahue Jilt wedding of Miss iMhry Catliryn cDermott and Jatcob C maim will 1 I be solemnized It the Cathedral of the AlssximpUan ot 0 oclock on time morn ling of AVrtlnesday February 12 Mr and irs Giiiin will be tilt home to their friends at 020 West Lib strcteit Springfield Ohio after Mart f clmrmlnjdaughterthus city Mr Gnau is one of the leading young business moat at Springfield Oliho Many young friendsl of Miss Rose Mulloy tlita pretty daughter of Mr and otis Bernard P Mulloy gave her I a deligflitful surprise at her homo on the Paoll pike near New Albany on Friday nigJit in honor of her seven tccnfli blnflnlay anniversary Euchre and vocal and instrumlrautal musiu and an elegant luncheon were en joyed ITavors were ararded Misseu Ruth Corbett Irma Lyons and Rose Dowd and Messes Leon Hammerf Charles Hurley and11011l1 ScJianxffer A most delightful surprise party was given at time home of Mr ant I Mrs E J Connolly last Saturday Conn611ystlJirtJslxth Time evening was devoted to games vocal and instrumental selections find a luncheon at which there were a number of impromptu toasts and cxIpressions of hope for the continued health and prosperity of the worthy wereMessrs j Fallon Miller Tale Grimes Misses Antoinette Fleichman Alice Ftnzer Catherine Shlnnick Mamie Nellie and Rose Connelly Messrs J t filbert J McDonald Dave Hanrahan R Perkins Gregory Admire Hart field and Masters Mattln and John Connelly I One of the nOl Iflthy wedings I of the stew year was that of Mies I U u O- t I 1 TheiI Wednesdayjbridal party was tendered a break elII mother Mrs Emllle rills on tho Cherokee road The attendants were Miss Gertrude Egan of Louisville and Fdnsttnl Egan of Chicago The EhtlaIof Yonkers N Y Visa CityAdolphI jKgnn of Chicago Mrs Madden Misa airsrj George Madden of Mendotn 111 and Miss Cella Wille of Mississippi Mr homlIKyrTAITINII Kentucky Solons Make No Selection in Race For SenatorN Time Legisiativeleadlockat Frank fort Is null on Many think it will not be broken during the present session Imt there nrtf some wise gleamthrolllfhent week several members of both htiimc4 ihiivtv deserted fornrer Gov Becklinms banner nod are now tat Lexington Col Allen is made of Senatorial timber and his friends believe he can be elected As the KentucVv uechhere1the election of Mr Jleckhain Tliosb who know Jiiin best anti admire his 1many good qualities believe that be fore the session iis over that he will retire and allow Col Allen or some other Goad DemocratI to be elected rattier than ttl witness the supremacy of a Republican SHE HEAT TJIIJ BAND The first surprise of the Leap Year naasionrdnGardner of test Illicit AIIIU street- and Thonuis OVMarii of 163G Itowan street The young couple had kept Mondayaftortdan1 Sacretl Heart stealth where Father Walsh1 qierfornietl the marital cere mony Mr and Mrs QMara left for Cliioago an hour attar the ceremony formerttcthe Groom is the jiiu iriiiur 01 a larahasand was the leader of n band In deed she tens quite a iimsjcinn Th sitter menVbers of the Land are eligible for matrimonial honors und1 iythe other girls are wondering who IICottot 1G11DSrTwo large and opjtreciative suit oft111Milk Maids In Spicths Hall Jelfer sonville Wednewliiy arid Thursday nights The entertainment was ar ranged liy the nicmberH of St Augustines choir and the male choir of St Louis Bentrands church Louis villa Both performances scary way creditable und througlII tryliar singers and actors went teterntthespiansl 10wnr1thcStAugtCANULE3L16IAY Ilolllorruw will he the feast of Ih inirifieatlon of the Blessed Virgin CnndlemotidnJcandles are blessed by the priests aan the various Qhurclics Candles 1to crbe blessed must be mode of puro flieeswav Every Catholic household 1 bujflit tto hue one or more blessed candles on hand all item time Itfrequently happens that when III priest Is called to attend the nick or dying that no blessed candle I v atat hand It is customary for Catholics wthen buying their candles tto also purdinse a supply for their re spective churches htl1URTI IY FALL Imowndlalerprominent in Louisville conferences the St Vincent do Paul Society fnlltromarkcttrectIi badlycrfpplcelreceive his friends crud hopes to he out within the next week or ten days STROKE WAS SLIGHT W1111o1l1PatterMonwas lat week stricken with thatfand her recovery nssurrCl Relatives tIlefactattackslightnndsoon bo able to be about again RIPE OLD AGE CovingtonthisefightyfourWi birthday of Mrs Ertel cclebratoosonJnIawDrTuesdaylanyended to congratulate icy and to visli her many happy returns of tbo day EVCHRK FOR ST LEOS l UetlerlStLeosBUCCCS Them ladies and gentlemen Interestingtheirgood workI GOV AVILLSON nETTER Gpr AugustuA E Wlllson who was confined to his home T y a severaII attack of grip for several days was J offIco J i 1 morningSI DEATH WAS SUDDEN 1 John Leigast sixtyone years old sad an esteemed citizen at New At to n STEWART DRY GOODS COBusiness KsiablUhcd sixty Vein JfEwVORKdORE IREADY TOWEAR Third Floor EXTRAORDINARY BARGAIN SPECIALS IN WOMENS TAJLORED COATS AND SUITS 52inchlengthsformfittingstylesvtlnesReducedtoWomens Black Caracul Coats 24 and 27inch lengths satin or flowered silk lined regular 2775 and 3000 valuesreduced to 1500 Womens Coats 52inch lengths loosefitting styles in plaid and stripe materials onty regular 10 and 12 values Reduced to 500 Special lot of handsome Velvet Suits orformgreen and br Own y regular 3500 and 4000 values Reduced to 2000y FURS Third Floor t EXTRAORDINARY BARGAIN SPECIALS IN rWOMENS AND MISSES FURS Genuine Mink Ties andtailsvaluesReduced to 1275 a Special lot of Scarfs and Ties in orblendedvaluesReduced to498- Special lot of Misses Muffs in gray fox or water minkregular 400 values Reduced to 198 each One lot of Electric Seal Coats 24inch lengths Skinner satin lined regular 2500 valuesReduced to 1498 STEWART DRY GOODS COIncorporate M CONNECTION WITH JAMtS UoCBEEBY 4 Utt NEW YORK ANNOUNCEMENT E WI aaa aRexaeaa aw + eoavx awwx m TODAY we place before the public our new Bottled Brew and qsk for merely a trial of its merits Fully realiz ting that through the favor of the great American public alone will come our success Fortifiedwith ample capital and the very best experience we feel confident of the result LI1= FSAVIRBFEFR is a result of the oldtime traditional German skill adapted to the newest American methods None but the finest grade of hops barley and malt are used in the brew Every device known to sanitary science is employed to guard against the least impurity It is a family beera lunch beera beer for convales cents It is a beer for all A cordial invitation is here extended to the public tto inspect our new plant at Thirtieth street and Broadway FALLS CITY- BREWING COINCORPORATED 7569 Home Telephones West 69 WHEN YOU WANT JOB PRINTING n Done With Neatness and Dispatch Call at This Office WednesdnJTJlofrom Harrison county several yearsI ago A widow and one child survive ironStClfAMPIOX CHAPLAINS COURSE1 TheNorthfightingmallluUj WorlllousllatProtestant dtdined the Guardians Unanimously decided Attheslnglo1lssenUngt ask once more that the superannua LODgWIISconfirmed QUEEN KEMEMBEREP DEATH The German Catholic papers give glowing orSnxonyaccounts ot the generous I sand marks each year in works of beneficence and never refused air appeal made by a person in want But though so free in giving to othera she granted herself no luxuries and in her bedroom hung at least twenty large pictures of rata and friends on their death reds he wished to be reminded continually of the approach of death COLD CURE I Take a long deep breath as soon as o t 7uT2CTTULHYS Monday Tuesday and evenIngsThe Road to Yesterday Thursday NlghtsandHORTENSE NEILSEN IN THE DOLL HOUSE 0GIVE A COMIC POST CARD PARTY Newest DelightfullyEnUrelydltCerentcutantidriedslangy Everycardorlglnl1landappear to have been drawn with bythecomicverseOuttltfiOpostcardspallets100 ballots n Smaller outfits NOVELTY vlllo Ky FOUND MONEVT A sum of money was found which loser can secure upon proof of owner ship and paying for this notice Call upon Owen Kclrnn 003 Fort street you go out of doors Then hold it RepenttlblsYou will be surprised the lyrny it will make your blood circulate Hence aefaithfully up in one vyord stagnation It- c Ur t wv c 1QNlUCbCY L11U lJ 1i ACAN U BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY I IIT IS ALWAYS PURE 1 H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky B Hs s s s +ttta+ffif+tf f b + + + 4 ++++ r Oran W Smiths Sonr AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions onSbort Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET I TELEPHONE 810 + + + + + + t + + + + + + + + tD J DtfUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT t DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT t 1FuneralI S Both Phones 2998 CARRIAgES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS t All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night + 1231 WEST MARKET STREET ++ + e4++ ++4 +44+ +++ + +++4 + + + 44++++4+++++4 t4 + t +4 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS I I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East 11tiIri Street I 11111111 I I I I I I J I i III Hili 1111111 I I II 1111 II II 1111 + IJ E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUBF FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS 0 carrl STREETShort THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All nightCarriages 1225 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty Offic M6W St Catherine B hnWis CB THOMPSON FLORSTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 032 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed HENRY flUNOLD DBAISR IN Staple and Fancy Groceries A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty I Ilene Pllnae 1331 540 W WALNUT HERRMANN BROS IKPOatJUUI FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal en in Finest Brand of Ken tacky ThieleJ PEAEL OF egpedallpi i SON BOTTZ D IN BOND J TtblMM IHio 234 Slxtk n n 4O to detayedbyaffected two hours after they have been applied Kentucky Wall Plaster Co IUCORFORATBD BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook and River Louisville Ky Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plas ter Plant Jeflersonville Ind Phone 555 OFFICE nouns SUNDAYS 8T06 9T012i DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work done forth least moniy Oar Dentistry Will Please You We ere responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR Ht J COUCHMAN Dentist OFFICE 542 FIFTH STREET All the new Fall Styles and shapes can be found hero at reasonable price louseSksiI If you get too much bluing In the WISELY CHOSEN Branch 8 C K of Ao Selects Officers Par the Year branch 8 Catholic Knights and Ladies of America ono of the oldest brunches of the order anti at the sans time one of the hardest work ing branches met at the School hat 1121 Washington street Monist night and elected the following offcers for the year Spiritual ircctorne lanl l OSullivan President John 1 Wallace Vice president Miss Mamie Bar rettSecretary null TroaHurer M1 Maggie L Wallate Sentinel Miss Katie Flynn yoursMrsMaryDelegate to the Supreme Conven tion at Kansas CityJohn 1 Wallace Alternate Mrs Mary T Barrette Se reports showed that thin 1 was sound financially atilt that its loss by death last year was exceedinglyI small This branch is often referred to as the Blessed Sacrament branch because the inn jorlty of it t members attend thatI church The members feel fortunate inliaving Mr Wallace as delegate t1 the Supreme convention and Mrs Barrettas the alternate FREE FROM TULIP Waterford Old Bridge Opened Igor Traffic Long Ago TJii antiquated wooden tollbridge that spans the Sulr at Vnterford has been freed All persons who have ever visited theI 111tlf Vatcrford must have been struck ate tin 1I1101l1l11of u Wooden tollbridg and yet the bundle of sticks as it lots been irreverently termed him extracted toll from man mid beast for 114 years Prom vile inscription tILJlJllarsthlllton January IS 1701 and the dimen sloes lire given ns 832 feet in length anti forty feet in breadths For over half a century many pro posals had ben moue to free till bridge but It Was not till 1HK that lengthlust made by tho arbitrators as to the sum to be paid the debenture holders Again a difficulty arose as to the procuring of a sum of 150000 hut thin money Will recently ad vanced toy Major Villicrs Stuart the grandson of Lord Stuart de Decics the hero of the Vterford election of 1825 and now the corporation Las been enabled to declare the bridgo free THIXITVS LATEST MEETING Trinity Council Y M I hind a splendid mettlng Monday night niill in the absence of President Kelly the chair was occupied by Vice President Andrew lilrttJwho surprised lenIlls most intimate friends by his display of parliamentary tactics nail his rulings were satisfactory to all There will be an enthusiastic meeting oftthe Ways null Menus Commit tee nt the club house tomorrow after noon lit 2 oclock Every member of itho committee is expected to be 11 tolllllltlllgthont this time It is alto probable that a number of pre Lemiten entertainments will be planned n t tomorrow meeting LATEST CATHOLIC CENSUS The latest Catholic census of the United States std hoer colonial pos sessions develops that there are no v protection figures hays been compiled from diocesan censuses taken up by tin ArchhiHhopthecorrect as posslbjo to get them In the United States proper there arc now 10877426 Catholics an increas of 788003 over lost year In the Philippines there are 7fna4 2 Cath idles and oiie million moro in Porti lain and 13000 in the Sandwich Islands mAXI JHKKCTOHS CALLED Frank O Adams Chairman of tins Hoard of Grand Directors of the Kentuckyjluisdction meet here on Sunday February 0 Tho sessions will he held nt Machin Council club house which hUll been tendered the board As this will he the semiannual meeting a num ber of important questions will be pllleeformay be determined ST LEOS SCHOOL EUCIIKH Ladles and gentlemen interested in St Leos school at Highland Park are arranging to give a select euchre for its benefit at Licdcrkranz Hall nIghtiare to be distributed lurIng both games The general public Is cor- dIally Invited The afternoon game will be called promptly at 2 oclock antI the evening game at 8 oclock SPLENDID VICTORY Athletics are coming In for n fair share of recognition in the various entertainments given by Mochln Council Y Jr T at its handsome anti splendidly equipped club house The latest feat was Mncklns victory over the Apollo Club team of Jefferson vlllq by a score of twentyone to four teen A W Andriott was the proudest man in the Falls Cities when the final score vas announced DISTRESSING ACCIDENT The distressing news was received here Monday that Mrs Robert J McCloskcy of 1855 Seventh street this city fell down stairs at thn home of her son Mahlon ilcCloskey and had sustained a triple fracture of one arm At last accounts ttho was resting as comfortable as pos sible under tho circumstances HATL WAS CROWDED bytheJ ItJ n 1 SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Friday Evenings of Each Month MulloyViceRecording Secretary Thomas Ivoennn Jr- Recording SecThos Kecnan JrFinancial Secretary P J Cuslck Treasurer diaries J Flnnegan DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con Jr Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna Treasurer Owen Kclrnn Recording Secretary Joseph T Lynch KeaneySergeantatArmsJames SayersSentlnelW1lIlam DIVISION 3 ThursdayEvenings and Main Streets President Patrick T Sullivan Vice President fartin Sheehan MackeyFinancialJ DoughertySentinel SergcantatArmslutrick Bcgley DIVISION 4 oOllnJIBertt llenncssyPicoFinancial Secretary William J ConnellyJtecordlng Secretary Prank P Burke IlradySentinel SergeantatArmsJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFEKSOXVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days Each Month at Plans Hall KlnneyVice Cole Treasurer1 llernnnl A Coll Kecording Secretary T OHcrn Financial Secretary Clms Roberts Sentinel Timothy D Kenney Marshal1illiant Dorsey Jr- SergeanfatArmsBernard Coylc Y J3KI I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Cluh House 30 Twentysixth Street President Hubert T Burke First Vice President Frank Lana lion Second Vice President Samuel RobertsonRecording Secretary Austin 33 Walsh SecretaryThomaslinchman Financial Secretary Frank G AllnmfleasurerDan Weber Marshal A Andriott Inside SentinelPatrIck Daddy VAXTKI AfJKNTS tadmllc cither sex for a proposl thou that will appeal to every home Kntlrely new Good seller Large romnilssloii Address Shred Sub jects Publishing Co 017 Kelilller Building Chicago III FOlXO MOXKV A sum of money was found wlilch loser run Mcuie upon proof of owner shill and paying for this notice Cull upon Owen Keltall loa Fort street ClUb at St Martins Hall Shelby and Gray streets Sunday night was a pronounced and many were luninllt t V gait admission to the hall In order that till many be sat isfied another performance will be given nt the same place tomoiTtv night The performances are for tie bciieflt of time church KNIGHTS I I OF OOLDHBD81 Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else t where llaltlinore neantituberculosis3000 for a sanitarium A elates of sixtyeight received the throe degrees nt St Cloud llno January 12 GOhUieldjlllllcll with 115 unities on rostei7 iov boasts tho largest iiieinberHliipin Nevada At Solomon hun the council has purchased the largest brick btiildiiiff in the city for a council hull Moro than 2500 was realized for the various charities of Chicago by the chapter of the Knights of that city at a remit charity ball Island Chapter will hold Us second annual charity hall on the night of February 20 and promises to eclipse thobnhof last year At Trinidad Col the Knights have offered n reward of 50 for the recovery of the crypt containing tw Blessed Sacrament which was re cently stolen Fiske OJIara was the giiest of honor at a reception given by Henne pin Council of Minneapolis last week Tho talented Irish singer and actor is himself a Knight Justice Joseph Morschauser recently appointed member of the New York Supreme Bench is an active and an enthusiastic member of Florentine Council of Poughkecpsio Iron Peter Elliott who has been FargoNregular chief executive is an active member of Fargo Council and Trea urer of St Marys Cathedral Denver Knights are preparing for held by the fourth degrebmembers February 22 Thd Right Rev Bishop Keene of Chey enne and Bishop Matz of Denver will be among the guests of honor New York Knights have completed arrangements for their annual char ity ball which will take place at Madison Square Garden on Monday night February 3 This will be tM greatest of the many Catholic society events of the present season in the metropolis Keep all the kitchen utensils in one place and a small one at that It will save Vale and step G SAIITO MEMBERSI Are Being Ably Assisted by Owensboro Young Ladles Sarto Council Y M I of Owens boro is making remarkable strides under the regime of resident Charles H Barbour Of course this members are being admirably as luxlllaryThursday tained the members of the Ladles Auxiliary and all present spent ii eenlnrthecers and Wednesday evening Ithe new side degree was conferred for the first than All enjoyed the fun ami goThewill confer the three degrees on tho evening of February 12 and all mitt iu hers are bending every effort to secure as many applications as possible The most Interesting event thui far planned by tin Eiiterttiinmen givenibyuviinlng of February W doubtless the Inst before Lent Fatluv Vanghan has made an enviable name on the lecture platform and mutiny tickets for the lecture have beoi already disused of A pie supper whatever that may be has been ar rouged by the Ladies Auxiliary for Tuesday Of next week PATRIOT PRIEST All Ireland Mourns the Death of rather Casey Much regret Is felt In Nationalist circles in Ireland at the d utJ1IIC till Rev William Casey the patriot Countyl4iniorickSunday morning Fatncr Casey was stricken down some weeks ago by n severe internal complaint that neces sitated1 drastic surgical treatment Despite a trnlly only a few days before the end the genial clergymans strength tigaiu sank and he passed peacefully away During the terrible fever plague which ravaged the district in ISill Father Casey displayed a disregard of personal risk which endeared him to the hearts of tho poor On an other occasion he showed his bravery by reselling four young nice front the flooded Feale In 1SS3 he was appointed parish priest of Abboyfeale in succession to Rev Dr Couglilan At that time the agrarian agitation CaseythrewugnlnRIInmllorrIlslII lint success crowned the efforts of tthe people and Father Casey had a seeingthetheirhull1lngR KKUXIQN HANQUKT XutlonalAthltltlcposed of n number of popular Louis ville gentlemen will hold a reunion and banquet nt time Old Inn on tlu PresidcntAdantoustImnshrmombers with a talk on Stray bits of wisdom picked up here and there the are18autTosephaAWelrIelmmp JosephWelnteppcr LOST AN ARM Michael J Maloney foreman of a switching crew for the Illinois Cen tral Railroad Company met with an accident Tuesday night that resulted In the loss of his left arm In nt tcmpfting to cut a train of curs In two his feet slipped and Malonev fell to the ground beneath the cars Tly rare presence of mind he rolled from beneath tho train but his left arm was so badly mangled that amputation was necessary Ills homo Is at Underhill and Broadway At last accounts ho was doing nicely at St Mary and Elizabeths Hospital NEW DIOCESE CREATED LA newdloceso lips been asked foi and will doubtless be soon createdl for Illinois Of course it will be subordinate to time archdiocese of Chicago The diocesan counsellors Bart selected Bishop Mnliloon Rev Father Edmond M Dunne and Ho Father Edward A Kelly in the order named as most worthy more worthy and worthy for the Bishopric It may ho several months possibly not until Easter that tho new Bishop will be preconlsed SUCCEEDS ills FATHER A L Macpherson has resigned his position ns Treasurer of time Ken tacky Title Company a position ho has hold five years to become heal Maepliersondfather was so long the chief execu tive Donald Macpherson was for- mallY years ono of Louisvilles lead Ing business men and his son is following in his fathers footsteps ANOTHER NEW PLUMBER John J Mooney lIng opened v plumbing gas fitting and sewerage establishment at 321 Central avenue growingthoroughfares Mr Mooney has had several years experience at this work and In or der to ge close to Ills base of operntJoM has taken up quarters at 3506 Four t avenue OING TO ROME rit His CJrace Archbishop Mcssmer of lImllll1visI startfTill be his first visit to the Vatican since his election for the Sec ofI Mllwankco CHARITY EUCHRE All lovers of euchre will be inter tJfed in the game that Is to be heM under the auspices of tht Ohrlty Cltib at the residence of Mrs i FRANK FEHR HVGORFORAXXSD BREWING CO I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY Cumb Phone flats 1913 Home Phone 1013 TUB WIEDEMANNBREWING 1 Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafe Renowned for puritystrength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINKtHofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANY INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 XOUISVXLLD KY ftallltw ASK FOR 1 FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7669 CUMB HONE WEST 63 JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery dr 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE K- YJOHNFOERTELco r 1 INCORPORATED BUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERr 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY NrRc wLEYs Monday Tuesday nnd Wednesday even lags and Wednesday matinee Wm Faversham in The Squaw Man TJiursdny Friday and Saturday Nights and Saturday Matinee THE GREAT DIVIDE OJIOICE Cut Blooms Plants and Designs at RIGHT PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 644 FOURTH AVENUE Both Phones 223 JAMES AI WELSH PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING Repair Work Promptly Attended To HOME PHONE 6382 615 W OAK STREET PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville hospitaltorepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reaR enable For further particulars apply o- MOTHhR MARY REGIN MERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jelfenoovllle lad Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS FICHINGE LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprletrs 339 FIFTH STREET Emma Fisher 2420 West Main streett Thursday afternoon and night Too games will be culled at 830 and 830 oVdock JPho public is cordially im vitetlto attend The prig win be numerous and handsome Hours Home Phone IOfllceto 612- 1DRK JJ FRANK SULLIVAN DENTIST 739 FOURTH AVENUE live your boys preparethem ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Kr Conducted by tIle XaertaD Brothers Classical l tientllie and Business Courra Preparitotjr her SwtmminPo1Ve11Equippeditmnssiom PETER M ANDRWl8 SONS WAGON MMANUFACTURERST Carriage Repairing and Rubier Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET HENRY AAIJJ1 PPOLSU L DYER AND CLEANER Ladles iWORKi Phoaaoa 528 Fifth Street VINES CiwsVALS SALOON vHotv ftoatooclockota T i C END OF SEASONS SLAUGHTER SALE AT THE BIG STOREIr Beginning today Saturday our End of Seasons Slaughter Sale will start Every department has been overhauled and prices have been cut to move the mer chandise Join the crowds and supply your wants in CLOTHING FURNISHINGS AND HATS At prices never before made on firstclass merchandise THE BIG STORE SrCMILTON M MARBLESTONE CO r PIANOSThe I from Prices absolutely the lowest You can take advantage of our liberal payment plan if you wish The Largest Piano Stock in the South + MONTENEGRORIEHM1 MUSIC CO Incorporated OXBSO8O FOURTH AyENUE GOOD COFFEEIs not a luxury but a necessity Mycoffees and teas have the same delicious flavor and taste the year round The nevervarying standard of excellence SPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR 50C Green Black or Mixed Teas an45cexcellent grade 1 pound for 1fULLOYCOFFEE m13 W SARKET STREET s L6 Old Fashioned Fair GIVEN FOR BENEFIT OF St Anthonys Hospitalll- rr AT PHOENIX HILL H- rJAN ALLII 20 TO JAN 28 REFRESHMENTSI Music and Entertainment Each Evening HOME PHCpE 7452 FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTEED DAN MURPHYMERCHANT TAILOR 426 West Walnut Street 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 years the Quick Meal lass been universally acknowledged as the best gas range iq the 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 arc 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 x GEHER SON ZI7 MARKET STREET NEAR 3CCO Q L KUBANNON PBANNONJH L1 VEENEMAN R B Bk NON Prts Mgr VlctPris Secretary Ti Kentucky S VitriUe Brick CoJ IICORPbRATgD AXDU1 uYxottiurera oY1 K VITRIFIED PAVING BRICKF- OR STREETS AND ROADWAYS Office 508512 W Jetferson St Werks Magnolia Ate Bet 9th ad tOth TELEPHONE 373 TELEPHONE 1252 Albert T Schranz Co I REAL ESTATE JN ALL IfSBRANC- UESlIIONEY PO LOANUM1PIIONE f MAIN 27r RIMI ffLaw BIM Ciiitir wi GriiH I I q- tt 1 NTveRY Kki8H 0 kIOAN e0e e i 322 to o 328West WestMarket I MarketI eeee 0eee ee BACDN SON MARKET SiREeT BETTHIRDANDOUfTHTNC- OItPO11ATRT tp10000000 0West MarketStreet CLEANUP SALEI I == OF IIAll odds and ends broken assortments and sur Iplus quantities remaining from our sale of white and sale of black J liS STILL GOING ON exceptionally attractive to hurry the goods IIpricesCome see and profit Some choice stylesIand bargains yet remain unsold I000000000000000000000000000000000000000 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- Nows Notes Division 1 met last night and the new administration made an excellent start Ladles Axuillnry to Division 5 Minneapolis installed its officers Thursday evening At Denver the Ladies Auxiliary held their ninth annual ball lait Thursday and had a crowded hall Members of Division 2 turned out largely at the last meeting In an ticipation of a vigorous ppccch i0 Con Ford Division 2 had a splendidl meeting Friday night President ford was not present and Will Median occu pled the chair The only meeting to be held next week will Ibe thait of Division 4 AU members of the order are invited to pay a visit to the new hall Ladles Auxiliary to Division 2 ot Milwaukee celebrated their fifth anniversary Monday night with u literary mid dramatic entertainment The organization of u new division in St Monicas parish brings tins number in Philadelphia county up to 100 und the cityup to ninety seven The Irish Industrial Pair at Mad ison Square Garden New York is u pronounced success and the tuber mans will get a percentage of the profitsGeneral satisfaction is express lover the decision of time County Hoard and time plan adopted for tlu observance of the feast of their patron St Patrick At the next County lionru meeting a movement will be inaugurated looking toward providing entertainment for the State convention This will require a good sum of money All arrangements for the St Patricks day celebration to bl heM by Division a Kveleth linn hmtvi been placed In the hands of flew Father Floyd Chaplain of tune divis ion Ladies Auxiliary 17 of taxies wll Install its officers Tuesday night in Koosevtlt Hall Several well known clergymen and prominent llUwrnhiint have accepted invitations to be pit1 enl Tomorrow night flew Father Butler will Install time officers of Division 3 of Urookliiif Muss Tim ceremonies will bo opclIIto the pub lic 1111 it Is expected that II number of clergymen will be there At St Paul Minn WeTlnwdnv night Ladles Auxiliaries to DivisionI 2 5 fli 7 and 8 held a joint Installa thin Kach uuilittryvat reprtscnte I by one or more of Its member Iri time musical and literary iirogrumnu that followed Two divisions at Manchester X II have lists of membership printed and distributed These fold into Ir copy of the constitution fund toylaw and are convenient fur showlnjr prospective new members what kind of com pan v they will be in when they join the order I1OXOK DKAI IMtlKST Ilhe Her Fattier William iL White mstor of St Marys church whose funeral occurred last week at Llt4lu falls X Y hid an honor sbown Win newer before accorded to n citizen ot that city During tho fur neral every mill in the city shut down and every fonslnes place even time saloons had drawn curtains and were locked tight Father White vnn loved H y everybody in Little Faltt and that section of New York He took an active part in the affairs of 1he cityand helped organize the Chamber of Commerce llishop Irnrke of Albany officiated at the funeral which was vat tended by tjghtyfivo priests KKSlKCT YOUR GRANDPARENTS 1 hays nail young men 11 not real ize that often their agetl grandmothers and grandfathers appar entlr fit for nothIng but telling their heads ns the uptodate youths put it are praying that their grandchildren may always be good t n- and women and that one or more o the grandsons or granddaughters may seek a religious life Occasionally ono grandparent lives to see his or her hope realised but con sider the joy of two old ladles of PJttslnirg who on Christmas morn ing lastl t attended firit masses cele brated by their grandsons The e a celebrants were llcv Fathers Fer dinand II Angel and John C Angel brothers and both ordained at the same time The grandmothers were respectively eightyfour and eighty seven years ota and more than 150 relatives attended the Christmas breakfast that followed WOKTH WHILE Catholics Who Forget Can Paste This In Their Hats Very often Catholics forget that they have prayer books or forget that their prayer books contain tables of movable feasts and from thii iBlddlu of January untiL the end of the month or later are lIesicgciJ with inquiries WJien does Lent be gin I When is Ash Wednesday l Wines II benefitIUicky Irish American publishes the following table for the present year Septuugesima Sunday February 10 Sexuagusima Sunday February 21 Shrove TuesdayMarch 3 Ash Wednesday March 4 Quadragesima Sunday March S Palm Sunday April 12 Good Friday April 17 Faster Sunday April 19 Low Sumhiy April 20 nogl tIn 6atduyMay 24 scansion SundayMuy 28 Wilt Sunday June 7 Corpus Christi June 18 WOLFKI TONE CLUH Elaborate Memorial Exer cises to Celebrate Em mets Birthday man James 1G lllgglns Governor of liliodu Island has aeeeptcd an in vitation ito he the orator at New Haven Conn March 8 ashen the Wolfe Tone Club of that citywill hold its Robert Emmet memorial exercises The Wolfe Tone Club is always able to command the services of distinguished orators end just as its members are advanced Irish Nationalists it always seeks nil vnnccd Irish Nationalists of till hijjhiKt type to exploit its motives lilya few years taro om own late huncntcd James 1 Iltzperald one of the most gifted orators at the Kerr tucky bar accepted an invitation from the Wolfe Tone Club anti ad dressed Its incinliers surd friends pn u occasion Other speakers who have been its Invited guests In years past include Judge Victor lowlliir of New York City Justice lanes Fitzgeraldof the New York Suprfimt Itfiich Jell James It Oltlerm John J Delauty former lll MII4IIIIIII Counsel orrery York City and thu late Senator James P Hr IIIC Connecticut An elallhratc musical and literary profirammi islHliif arranged to make a fitting frame for Oov Big gins address THBATUIOAL For the latter hiltof next reels time attraction ut Jfaeanliys will Ill The Jrcat Divides n drama biitrinj odors of the Will West tic play 1Is one of a high order and will be pre sented byan excellent company A Western drama IIVxns which wax favorably received II t tin+ Ma wontc Theater last season will be th bill tthurivnext woikI It Is a sttrrlii story nfl tile 1111 lno4I and th + senile effects are stud to bo novel The Mnry Anderson which has been closed for two weeks will open again with nn excellent vaudeville bill Prom the new management conies nssnrrince that hereafter this house will present the best line of attractions ever wen in Tiiiitnvllk Chasbeenpopular with time public will close Us doors tomorrow night What its future will he his not yet been df tcrmlned though ninny are under impression that It may reopen with a stock company The Squaw Man with William Fnvorxham in the lending roll will be the Maeauley offering for the playisrpresentedblsdrama Is In readiness for Mr Faver alit i next year We ling anti party Invitations are our BpXQialty We carry everything in this llieI that tinp to date it t 7- a 1 322 to i 0 2 i patriotic IRELAND Record of the lost Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Settlement has been readied be tween the Jfewry and Dundnlk dock laborers and the shippers and the men have resumed work For the Urban Council at the Oarrlckmacross election held last Wednesday there were fourteen cumin dilates for tune nine vacancies When Judge Kiseby opened the Dun rlk quarter sessions he said there were but two bills neither of any importance to be submitted to the grand jury Fourteen Nationalists ten lode pendent Nationalists seven Unionists and three Independent Unionists were on time list voted for this week at the Monaghan urban elections A meeting of all the tenants on the Earl of Modulis estate was held at the Town Hall at Carrickmacross ou the 14th instI to consider the final offer to sell made by the landlord Francis Hughes charged with having assaulted a farmer named Francis McAdaiu atI Tirmacmore occasioning him bodily harm was held for the Monaghan petty sea sinus At Dunlecr County Lotttli recently 800 men walked to the altar and signed time pledge to abstain from the use ot intoxicating drinks JJcv Father McKeown who admin istered the pledge founded his total abstinence society seventeen yours ago The OIhor an old man named Kieliard Palmer who was employed as night watchman by the Cork Harbor Commissioners wins found in this river near the Custom House It is presumed that he met with his death by hawing accidentally fallen into the river- 1ennttts of the Drnmsnat division of Lord ItnthdonncHs estate accom panied 1 y their solicitor Dnnii1 KWIIIIII of Monaghan met Col Ilntler tin agent at time WestrM1 Arms Hotel in Moiioghuii and signed iigreiinints under the hind act for limo purchase of their holdings All the sporting rights mveme vested iil the tenants Death front shock was the ver diet returned at an inquest held at Wexford on the hotlor hum old man named Jolts Carroll of Green street who died In the local infirmary front ueehheutallyfallingown house during the absence of his seventyycnrsThe dead hl1or an old man named John Ilonrkc tins laen found at Jtnlllnlnnty ttienr Tcmplemore where he lived by himself in a small house A neighbors suspicions were aroused when he found the door polllIfoullelkitchen floor wrapped up III a blankett and sheet A sum pr nearly 100 was In Bourke pockets A distressing occurrence too place at Derravonn Deltiulbet as th result of which Mrs Bridget JolIz Fitzpatrieltlostson Daniel who Is a student at Cavan College nod home for a visit ginfronttime contents lodging in his mother side The young man who was not ware that time gun was loaded wins quite stricken with grief Miss Frances Uyrne a seamstress aged fortyseven years was found deiu1 ou a lauding in n Dublin true ment house on Sunday The deceased was of an extremely reserved dispo sition and did not associate with the other residents in time house She had been in falling health for some months The police on searching her room found scrip and securities for a considerable sum and re ceipt on the Hibernian hankfor II 4beingmuleMIGHT BAVK MANV JMVKS MolnascH anti flour in the best nmatterhowpourthecover thick with flour and wrap cloth around The molasses keeps the flour moist lUll prevents It from pulling the little hairs Inthe skin and both together keep the air out misedheiorehis linseed oil und cotton many val UTblcdivcs could be saTe h r N N NNMO e JAMES GREENE425 427 AND 429 EAST MARKET STREET I Furniture Carpets Rugs Stoves Ranges LOWEST PRICES BEST TERMS t Stsaveoves 1 Peninsular Smoke Consuming Direct Draft Heater 20s THE OAK HOT BLAST 50eter PROGRESS OAK 50topt NON K OfONNN 0 4NNONle e 16 Per 100 BushelsW- ehave 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 COJDcorporaled Only Local Dealers Handling Original Straight Creek LARGEST AND BESTI- N THE CITY UNITED LAUNDRY CO M i INCORPORATED HAND WORK A SPECIALTY iDELIVEREDiMAIN OFFICE504 SIXTH NEAR GREEN NNNN N 1N N Shorthand and TypewritingEsUblitlied Reliable Syttta vasbleacquisitionto success Secures the hl4t employment Spencerian graduates arc always in demand COMMERCIAL SCHOOLCJOS SPE CLCnwnENNIAT8D USatenlsankstow- Prni t I drsL street7araeraarrlsaspcnctr 4 me Gftas flr Rogers BOOR GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE S Give us a cal jKfinestBOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 4O1 TdT Jefferson Street 8S SS FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager HEADQUARTERS POR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Hinds in Season SprinXLambcity We also carry Early Fruits aQd Vegetables and all firstclass market product LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses tailed For and Delivered Both Phents 2389 OFFICE AND FORGE 913915 SEVENTHS o +++ I tit it If I 4 + I If if I iii I I FIXJB WINES t f Au k 0 a HAJlPAGXD1 1 345 West Green Streets LiwJoRSI OARS t- tp H e fI+ + + t4bMI u u I Ut y tttoa fin yl ii rc