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F I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN l VOLUME XXNO 6 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY FEBRUARY 8 1908 PRICE FIVE CENTS SOLEMNITY AVill Mark the Celebration of the Appartlon of Our Lady of Lourdes Panegyric of Very Saintly Girl will Be Preached Tuesday rSt Philip Xcris Will Be the Scene of Great Demon stration DEVOUT FRENCH PEASANT GIRL t he fiftieth anniversary of the apparition of our Blessed Lady at Lourdes France will be celebrated all over the world next Tuesday but so far as announced the only formal celebration of the event in Louisville will take place at St Philip Nerij V church Floyd and Woodbine The Hev Dr O P Ackermnn has been preparing to celebrate tho event for several months and no doubt the faithful of Louisville will crowd his church in vast timbers Tueuduy v morning The celebration will begin at 9 oclock with Father Ackermun pastor of St Philips as celebrant of the solemn high mass The panegyric of the devout French girl ernadette to whom the vision ap peared will be preached by the Hev Father P M J Hock of the Cathe dral Tho childrens choir under the direction of the Hev Father Cyru Van der Pitte will sing the plain chant Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament will follow immediately after the mass The apparition of our Blessed Lady occurred at Lourdes a little village UpperPyrneesSouberous a miller was at that time t a prominent figure in the town Both he and his wife were devout daughtersMarywas fourteen years old in 1858 and w like many of the French peasant girls was very devout ebruary 11 1858 Bernadette her sister Mary and another companion were sent into the woods to gather fagots for fires To reach the woods the chil dren had to cross a stream Berna dette was slower than her companions She took a long time to remove her sabots and stockings Her companions awaited lice arrival across the river and saw her kneeling in prayer That evening she told her mother that a beautiful lady clothed in a robe of white had appeared to her Her mother reproached her for her silly fancies ind told her to go 4nomore to the rocks that had caused her such uneasiness uponlicrparry her to the rocks on the follow ing Sunday Immediately upon nr rMng at ilie grotto Bernadette saw the same wonderful apparition Her companions saw nothing The lady of the vision spoke to her anfl tTd monished her to come to the same place and at the same lour for the next fifteen days She did as she was told and each day the number of people that accompanied her In creased None though nil saw the wonderful change that came over the countena ice of Bernadette as she knelt in prayer Day after day the little laughter of the miller went to recite her rosary nt this grotto and each succeeding day brought her a new vision until at last the lady of the vision told her to tell the parish priest to build a chapel there In honor of time Im ConceptionThe and demurred Subsequent miracles aided him in lite work and for the last fifty years pilgrimages have been made to theJ grotto of Lourdes innumerable cures have resulted from the use of the waters flowing from the little casa and though little Bernadette is dead the people of every country continu k to visit Lourdes every year Next Ui Rome it is the home of the Catholic pilgrim In 1872 not less than 40000 pilgrims entered Lourdes on one day Since then the number has been growingIn parts of Europe in Asia Africa and America ninny miraculous cures Nave been effected through the use of the water that flows from the grotto at Lourdes Rev Father Rock one of the ablest pulpit orators of Louisville will doubtless have a large crowd to hear his panegyric on the saintly little girl ito whom the Blessed Virjgin made known her wishes regarding the duo apprecia tion of her Immaculate Conception WON PRIZES List piI Successful Persons at Old Fashioned Pair The net receipts of St Anthonys old fashioned fair readied the hand some figure of 1001829 This is clear profit for the good Sisters of St Fyancls who conduct the hospital and they are profuse in ithelr thnnks to all who assisted in making the bazar a success R The prizes were awarded ns fol lows Ladys aIM Frank Brlchlrr- u wadhstjand set C Weisser doll Mrs Frank A Qeher diamond brooch Miss Emmfc Ecker hand painted vaise WJllinm P herman bath tub Mrs Henry BoSse br portrait of the hate lather Piuil Ali Mrs Louise Zinwnel donkey H Deddens em broidered Tress Mrs 8 Moran boys suit Ben GrcinBg load of coal Mrs u Frank A Geher clock C SHablch basket of canUy Frank A Geher r u willow rocker Mrs W Herbergcr picture of St Joseph Mrs Charles doll Patricia Miss lichen Barer doll Isabella Joseph GUst barrel of flour Mrs J P Clemens I napkin rings Misses Julia Worst and Verona Schaefer two parrots Hev Father Remlgius 0 F M load of coal MiB Beutel wringer Sirs Oppenhfim wall jpaper J T Epperson doll Mrs J Eble plant M Poschingcr center table John Bott Jr load of cool Miss Tode Mattingly piece of broadcloth Louise G Zimlich gold watch Miss Flora Hechtcnwnld buggy Frank A Gelicr box of candy Thomas Ncmlman case of clime pane Frank A Ocher oil painting lIon B J McDermott case of- whisky H II Schneider childs pink dress Miss Jiansen gripe piece Mrs J Rudolph jardiniere Judge Matt ODoherty liandi embroidered poppy piece Jacob GeMinrdt hand painted placque George Glass Morris chair St Anthonyls Hospital doll bellI Catherine Bosler lace curtain Mrs J M Kirchdorfer handsome doll Philip Schneider baby doll J 1 Malone wlashing machine D X Murphy case of whisky A J Doll huger satin comfort William Sand ers rocking chair Edward huger piecei of Battenberg Mrs G A Hoertz writing desk Miss Florence Rapp silver napkin ring Mrs West ermlan one dozen bottles of wine Mackin Council Y M I tea set Mrs George Long pink hat Miss Eva 1 Walton piece of fancy work Mists Hose Campbell hand painted tank ard Frank Schaefer blanket Mrs Slater hand painted rose jar George Schumpp large rug George W Cns caden ladys coat suit Mrs A J Domeck white plume William Bos her hand painted vase Mrs Jacob Blckel hand pointed tankard DiZehnder UaMeiiberg lambrequin Mrs Ellen Grass white iron bed Francis Bohlsen a dozen bottles of wine William F Mayer childs bear skin suit L J Zimlich iron settee Bertha Kruse sot of furs John Schildt Teddy bear John P Kelly loadof coal Torn Edwards The prizes on the combination tickIfits were awarded as follows No C855 steel range William F J Mayer No 1225 Brussels rug Mrs George Rieger No 1765 suite of parlor furniture Henry T Feldhaus Xo 13831 gas range Prank Mivelaz No 8278 chinla cabinet John T Malone No 7243 airtight heater twentydollarNo 7055 oak Morris chair Johni Barry No 3987 sewing machine Mrs W Mudd No 12048 set of lampDrq J Mm Deborah Sullivan Lebanon Ky AugustIlopkeFrank A Geher BRIEF ILLNESSI Terminates in Death of Well Known Germanii Matron The GermanAmerican colony of louisvillct lost one of its oldest and bunt members Tuesday morning when Mrs Kmthciine Hamser passel away at tin age of seventy Site ha1 been ill one vrek and succumbed tm j pneumonia at her home 1027 11111I I street For nearly fifty years she had been a resident of Louisville anti during all that time had been ji naively engaged in Catholic church and charitable work At the same time she wins never ostentatious in her work but always set an example for her children Eighteen months ago her husband George Itamser for j many years one of the lending roofers mill hardware dealers in eternltJSincehis demise but it was not until a week ago that alto took to her bed Mrs Hamser was very fond of music and all of her children have inherited her talent Her sons and daughters are among the leading singers in the Catholic churches of Louisville She is survived by nine cllltdrllII all well known in this city They are Mrs Henry Nitzken of Louisville Mrs Kate Koellner of Cincinnati nOrsUlnwheins Leo and Tony Hnmser all of Louisville The funeral took place front St Mary Magdalens church Thursday morning and was attended by a large concourse of friends and ac quaintances THAT ADA1II CASE Nations Chief Executive Favors Work of the Labor Unions President Roosevelt evidently does not desire the recent decision of tutu United States Supreme Court to stand without revision He promises another mesjsagw in these words It is my purpose as soon as may be to submit some further recommend i tlons in reference to our laws regulating labor conditions within the sphere of Federal authority A SupremeOourtefsince this message was written in the case of Adair vs tIle United States seemingly of farreaching im port and of very serious probable preiously promIsesnecessary careful consideration of the opinions therein filed before it tif- posslbo definitely to decide In what way to call the matter to you at tention MAKING PROGRESS Mackin Councils gymnasium class meets every Friday night and 1 its members are making good progresss in their work under the directorshipL of Prof Charles young members of Mackin arebelng urged to join the class of athletes I t 0- cy ASSASSINS I Deprived Portugal of King Car los and Crown Prince lntiz Civilized People Shudder at I Details of Cowardly I Deed i Political Unrest Is Blamed For liciiiglng About Awfiil 1 Crime THE HEROIC MOTHER IS SPARED The people of every civilized nation In the world shuddered Sunday mOil- ing when they read of the tragic deaths of King Carlos of Portugal1 and the Crown Prince Iuiz Philippe both of whom had been nsssasslnated early in the evening of Saturday The King was shot thrice from the rear the Crown Prince who sought to de fend his father was shot three times in the thorax The little prince who is now King Manuel II was slightly wounded Queen Amelie wife of Carlos mother of the Crown Prince andof the now King of Portugal sought to ithrow herself between bullets and her loved ones No bullet touched her body but who can say what shaft retched her heart Press reports say that she passed the whole night sitting between the biers of her dead husband and her dead son Alternately she stroked the face of the King and the Prince Occasionally she kissed them and crooned her distress Human nature is the same the world over sari the sudden taking off of our loved ones calls for waitings from Americans as well as from HdttentotsII The assassination took place in Lisbon immediately after the royal family had alighted from a railway train and shortly before sunset Al1 though they were surrounded ilJr1Imultitude of guards none realized what was about to happen until abdouble tragedy had been enacted b After King Carlos and Prince Luiz had been mortally wounded the asIfired the roralII ntiootiif were upon by escort and six of them were slain while half a dozen others weir taken prisonersKing was born in 1M3 lie was the son of King Luiz I and his Queen Maria Pin who survives him Jn 16SQ he married JtlaricfeAinellu J daughter of tIle Duke of Orleans lIe was then the Crown Prince and did not ascend the throne until three years later Luiz Philippe the Crown 1rinceI who was assassinated with his father was born in March 1887 IllIwas not quite twentyone years old King Manuel the new ruler of 1ortgnal was born in 1889 and is not quite nineteen years of age Ac cording to press dispatches he showsII the French ancestry of his mother is fair in complexion well formed and handsome I What brought about tills great tragedy is another matter Just now it is all blamed upon Premier Franco who sat himself up as a dictator of Portugal aided and abetted profliga cies of King Carlos and fought against those who would call a halt upon extravagant expenditures It is said that the people were aroused 1 to the point of revolt by the heavy taxation but that Franco came to the rescue again and caused the en tire country to be put under absolute dictatorship that he dissolved Parliament that ho imprisoned I many that he Banished those sus l1eetedIKing Carlos appears to have aided and abetted his Prime Minister On the other hand there was a cessation of anarchy ns soon as King Carlos was dead The threatened outbreak J was not forthcoming Franco theII dlotator appeared to be the loralIsubject on Sunday and Manuel II ascended the throne For a time nt least he may bea mere puppet InIthe hands of Franco and his other advisors What may happen in the present state of unrest can not evenI be conjectured Carlos was monarch of a Catliplln country Ills wife was devoted to the church and to Catholic charities PopePluspath The morning following thi assassination lie met ttie Iortu ese students for the priesthood Prav for your coututiW was his adman tion According to the latest cable accounts Lisbon in draped in mourn ing and the majority of Portugals people are bathed in tears The whole world loves a mother none more so than the American pea ple When Queen Amelie saw the assassins attempting the lives of her husband and two sons she threw her self forward to intercept the bullets She was willing to give her life for those near and dear to her No toothier could do more BROTHERS ATFER ALL Catholics Sympathize With Their Presbyterian Brethren The sympathy of the Catholic community goes out to ithe congregation of the Second Presbyterian church whose handsome edifice at Second guttel1byeases like this all men are brothers and creed rajcei and politics are forgotten hy an inherent charity that Itvasfrom the gay before Ibut the un daunted firemen under the leadership of lute dauntless little Chief Major r tft at r Filmore Tyson and his Aides and hardshipsbeforotio control The loss is estimated at was little Tile built short Second of 100000II 1874 It was n magnificent structure of stone with handsome interior dee orations of wood The fire is be lieved to have originated from an overheated furnace TIll flames were discovered shortly after 5 oclock Saturday evening One hour and a half later it was announced that they were under control but it was late fireneIJceasedProbably Ithe first person to notice the conflagration was the Rev Brother James President of St Xmiers Olllgc stliose building nil Presbyterianchurchgained headway rdpidly but time Xavicrian Brothers instead of taking precautions to protect their own building which seemed in imminent danger of destruction set about making coffee for the firemen who were fighting Ithe flames Zero Weather caused icicles to liming to the mustaches of ithe firefighters n driving snow was being swept into their faces a volcano of blade smoke invaded their mouths and nostrils and from time to time they hind to be relieved by relays of other fire men Meanwhile Brother James was colleaguesinNever was anything inure welcome tlwXnverlanmay seem tho only fireman hurt seriously while fighting the fire was Cnpt Michael Dolan of the No 5 Engine Company He suffered a theCityaccountsheERINS PATRON Will Be Honored In a Spirit ual and Temporal1 Manner Tho County Boardof the Ancient Order of Hibernians melt at Bertrand Hall Wednesday night with County tlOldingdowngood and tho various committees read reports showing that time order in Jefferson county was growing numerically and finlancilally John M Mimi loy in behalf of time St Patricks Day Committee reported that the celebration would be in the nature of a banquet at the Louisville Hotel und that ithe anniversary of Irelands patron saint would Ibe religiously celebrated Sunday March 15 when the four divisions would receive holy communion at St IVitrickVs church Tho committee was given plenary arrangementsfor1 the Ladies Auxiliary will join with the Hibernians at the banquet at tin Louisville note An excellent orches providedThe of Chic various divisions were read and clack showed remarkable progress during the year 1007 At the solicitation of 1reeidei Murphy State President George J Butler addressed tho County Board and as usual made suggestions of great value to time order County President Murphy requested the delegates present tto urge their respective divisions to do cull in their power to increase the membership during the present year It was deemed advisable to hold n joint initiator at Bertrand Hall on the evening of Thursday February 27 This is expected to be dime ban ncr class ever initiated in Louisville because esich division has quite a number nimalting full fellowship in the order Division 3 was granted permission to give an fiiifertainment during the summer State President Butler announced that National Or ganizer Slnttery is contemplating a visit to time South in the near future nnd may be able to be lit Louisville banquetTimeTuesday night February 25 The com mittee arranging for the banquet ex poets to Wave Organizer Slaitttery tj net ns toiaistmastert on St Patrick night Niter the meciting State President Butler complimented the officers of the various divisions on time manner in which their respective reports hn1 been prepared Ho said it was the most business like moating of the Jefferson County oardhc had ever attendedDivision 3 intends to give a moon light excursion during the summer as a treWt to its members and their families Time division is better off financially than ever before ROYAL WELCOME Is in Store For John T Hanley and His Friends The report that the headquarters of the Kpnitucky Distilleries and Warehouse Company were to be re moved to Louisville at an early date was hailed with delignt here by the hundreds of friends of John T Hanley The money part of it cuts some figure of course but the chief interest centers in Jack Hanley Since tho corporation was formed its headquarters have been in Frank fort Long before that Mr Hanley was prominently Identified with the whisky trade the foremost industry of tine State As u boy as a man as a citizen Mr Hanley has proven faithful to every trust and iH ia delightful to know that he is coming bock home There are no less than seventyfive clerks employed in the offices at Faankfort and practically all of them will come to Louisville with the removal of time headquarters Better banking services and more convenient Dstofflce arrangements are said to- ha responsible for thp removal from- Prankfotitto Louisvllle 531At any rate the Louisville 1 bid Jack Hanley and a hundred thousand s PCOPfin e a I 0 y T REVELATION I I I Was Mttle Irish Fisher Maiden l That Invaded the Great 4 Metropolis Conneumra Beauty Vlio Knew Vlmt to Discard In America Juts Her Own Ideas Abou- American Slang mid Matrimony SOME VERY TRITE PHILOSOPHY The fliest of the fly newspaper men In New York City have to conic forward and say that Pretty Mollie Bradyof Connemara Ireland now sojourning in New York City tInS no flies on her her amazeanenlt at the promiscuous use of slang in America But then she turns around and declares that Amer ican youths are what she would call fresh Mollie is only sixteen and exceedingly pretty She was brought to the United States o month ago from the village of Clifden in the Connemara section of Ireland to servo as an attraction at the Irish Industrial Fair held at Madison Square Garden Tints far no flattery no adulation has turned Mollies head It is to lie hoped that she will return I to Ireland as sweet as womanly and as diplomatic as she showed herself to be during her stay in America Mlss Brady was brought to Amer ica as a commercial product noth ing more nor less She was one of three young girls brought to this country by Mrs Elizabeth OReilly J c sellingherwho live in Irish fisher towns lotlteII perfectly formed plainly yet taste I eyesblack I Brady made a hit from the first night She Iadn wealth of wit and repartee Itoo and was ready with an answer nt all times She did what she was brought to America to i do she sold books More than that j Miss Mollie saw many things in New York that interested her She com 1 mcnted on them too She marveled at the big buildings She failed to ii girlsdid i Brady learned the art in less than a week Although n slip of a girl and a j resident of a little village this little iI fisher maiden has studied some in her few brief years She knows more i of a great many subjects than do th graduates of time high schools of New York She is more proficient than they are in English literature i line n wonderful fund of information about the German language null its literature and is well upon art and I music As they say in New York Mollie Brady Is the goods Listen to her diplomacy New i York is very nice to visit but it cant compare with Oonnenmra It is far more beautiful where I live but of course there are not half time 1 things there to Interest you that there are here Everything is so vast and magnificent here- In response to another query Miss Mollie says The girls hero are Just t anythingThey 1 11 seen Here in New York they tell me a man isnt rich unless he has a million dollars If you have 031 at home you are eirich indeed i The mien over here seem to have what you might call more polish time our boys but theyare what I would call fresh There is one thing a very funny thing I noticed as soon ns I came over hereltJle slang everybodym- uses is amazing I could not understand half that was said to me Im learning fast enough and wlhen I get home Ill surprise1 everybody When quizzed alxmt the numerous offers of marriage she had received since her advent to New Yqrk Miss Mollie tossed her head as only nn Irish girl can do and answered Im not thinking of getting married for a good many years I think girls marry altogether too young Phi girls here and at home arc much alike that way Both in Ireland anclI America they take a husband when they are eighteen on nineteen years old I expect to wait until I am thirty at least so far as I know urns A roguish smile intimated that better lights might change her mind Then she added It is not because I dislike men for I dont I love to have lots of fellow call on my sis ters and myselfand I love to dance Men think they are clever and sweet and love to blarney us girls but they usually go away sadder than they came The fellows over here in Amer lea are about the same only I think they are not quite ns quick with their tongues as the boys nit home Am I going to stay in New York Why should 11 There you have it Why should she BUSY SESSION Ladles Auxiliary Discuss ed Many Subjects of Import The Ladies Auxiliary ofthe A 0 H held a very busy session Wednes day night and took care of every matter thiat came before it In th absence of Ithe retiring President Miss Mary Sheridan Miss Mary Core State President of the Atixil Jary proceeded at once to installl the officers for 1008 The officers Installed are I Miss Rose Sweeney President Miss Anna Rihn Vice Presidentu u I KlngItccordingSecrotary Miss Mangrtret Oalllahan Financial Secretary DoughertyTreasurerMiss atArms Miss Bridget dianrahattSentinel Miss Nellie Downey conducted the variouc officers ito their respective chairs Time new President very graciously requested all time officers and members to make this tHe banner year for the auxiliary All bust thoroughlydiscussed Miss Elizabeth King read her annual report showing that the Louisville branch of time auxiliary was better off numerically and financially than ever before After paying ell claims comfortabletMiss Lillie Callahan was placed at the head of time new Standing Coon mittee and Will be assisted by Misses Nellie Downey Katie Nolan Bee Hall man and Bertha Ling lime other committees will be appointed nt time next meriting Quite a number of ladies made timely suggestions re garding the celebration of St Pat ricks day and Miss Mary Corcoran Mrs Ellen Rummage und Miss Fan nip Kennedy were appointed a com mittee to confer with a similar committee from the Hibernians ito make all necessary arrangements The euchre land dance Ito be given at the hall Seventeenth and Main streets Wednesday evening Febru ary 19 was also discussed Mrs Dan Dougherty who heads the committee arranging this function nnd her as sistants Miss Elizabeth King anYl Mrs D McGinty extend a cordial invitation to time Hibernians to at tend this entertainment FATAL STROKE Popular Rick Quinn Yield ed at Last to Grim Reaper Although his death had been ex petted for several weeks the demise of Richard Quinn at the Mercy Hos pital in Jcffersonville on Wednesday came as n distinct shock to his hundreds of friends in Louisville Hick as he was familiarly called was a diamond in tho rough a man full of hard sense and of generous itn pulses Many poor families whom he timid quietly aided in years gone by will mourn his untimelyl death Mr Quinn was n native of the County Galway Ireland and was fiftythree years old Twentyfive years ago he came to Louisville and for a number of years drove a street car on the Sixtht street line Ha was industrious and frugal Aster a few years he had saved enough money to engage in business for himself so he opened a cafe on Seventh street near Oak lIe was popular kindhearted anti full of business Year after year he prospered and came to be known as the Mayor of Limn erick Mr Quinn took quite an in terest in politics and always voted the straight Democratic ticket HJ was a hail fellow wherever he went and might have been nominated far office nt different tunas but alwavs preferred ito remain in the bacV grOund Shortly before Christmas he was stricken with paralysis At first the stroke did not seem to be severe but latterly softening of the brain developed and a month ago he was adjudged a person of unsound mina and his relativw and friends lain him committed to Mercy Hospital for care aril treatmwnt He grew worse gradually until his death Wednesday morning Ills venerable mother is still living in Ireland One sister Miss Bridget Quinn who was his housekeeper and to whom he was devoted survivets him here Ills funeral took place from St Louis Bertrnmln church Friday morning It was one of the largest corteges In Louisvilles history TDLELY TOPIC To Be Discussed by Debat ing Society at Early Date Mackia Council Y M I held its regular weekly meeting Tuesday night The attendance wets fair considering the inclemency of the weather Chairman Frank G Adams of the Board of Grand Directors an nounced tat the board would hold n meeting nt Mackin club house on Sunday February 9 at 1 oclock Chairman Adams stated that the meeting would be open and extended an invitation to all the members to attendAt next meeting of the council a vote will be taken upon the pro posed amemlAient to the bylaws regulating the appointment of sick committees The Visiting Committe reported finftiii Shelleyand xuiiiviu- Bosche wfjl and B Brand F Leezer J Schrcmbs Theo Weber II C Hartloige William Schaetzby V Bohn and C ill Zook improving Tomorrow afternoon tho debating society will be organized All mem bars who wish to join the debating society are requested to be present The subject of the debate tomorrow will be Resolved That high license will promote ithe cause of temper once more than prohibition The ftfflrmalttvd of the debate will Hie represented by P T Sullivan and Samuel L Robertson while Joseph Hancock and Austin E Walsh will uphold the negative MISSION CLOSED The eight days mission at St Columbas church one of the infant churches of Louisville came to a very successful close last Sunday night welleknown Franciscan missionary con ducted the services every morning and evening mad on each occasion the little church was crowded by the faithful members of the congrega tdon Rev Father Kallaher pastor of St ColumbaIi is leased with the spirit shown by his people tJ J FELLED EOE s Irate hoard of Public Safety Secretary Was Very Angry Knocked President of Hoard of Works Down Three Times a Chairman Marshall IJiillitts Martial Spirit Iteeelved Severe Shock r WHY CHAPMAN JOYES RESIGNED k DIM Bang Duck I That tells in a nutshell tin story of what happened at the City Hall last Friday afternoon It was iII pleasant little melodrama with very few in the audience The dramatis personae were Alex Barret of the Board of Public Works Chap Joyes Secretary of the Board of Publicfifi Safety and Marshall Bullitt Chair man of the Board of Public Safety There was no limelight no claequers no applause no newspaper reporters r close to the theater wherein this scene was enacted bangIngBarretBullitt did the ducking Ho did not exactly duck he ran Mr Joycs has been Secretary of the Board of Safety during the past seven or eight months He comeslof one of the oldest and best families in Kentucky but when Gov Bcckham powerInCourt of Appeals Mr Joyes was in stalled as Secretary of the Board of Public Works Since then he has served faithfully and well No officer ChapJoyceAmerica is remarkable It must always have two of everything Formerly one Marks was sufficient for an Uncle Toms Cabin Marks rode on a jackass Latterly it ap peered that there must be two Marks and consequently two jackasses Since then there have been two of everything jackasses included Last Friday Alex Barret Chair man of the Board of Public Works walked into Mr Joyes pffico and directed him ito hunt up certain records Mr Joyes was busy and dMb marred to the extent that lip vy as very busy and that official orders must come from bus board hilBarret insisted that his orders mustJl1be carried out and told theft his board was coequal with that of the Boardof Public Safety He said he had as much authority as the other board Mr Joyes indicated that Barret was not telling the truth It is alleged that Barret made a demonstrative movement toward Joyos Barret went down Ho got up and went down again before Joyes fist He arose and went down againAbout CityTaxup and separated the two men Mr Barret wits led away and in the corridor met W Marshall Bullitt to whom he told his troubles Yes I Yes Yes said Mr Bullitt Ill straighten that nil out Then SecretaryToJesYes I knocked Mill down said Mr Joycs and if you dont like it Ill give you the same medicine Tie i Started after Mr Bullitt who suddenly remembered that he had an engagement on Fifth street In other words he ducked and in a hurry Mr Joyes immediately sat down wrote out his resignation and then left the City Hall published itor in the city knew it They give as their excuse that Messrs Barret and Joyes belong to prominent fam ilies Neither was any arrest maple although everybody In the City Hall including the entire police fpreo knew all about it If the same row had taken place between two Demo cratic city officers the papers would have given it ample notice or had such a knockdown and drag oat affair taken place in Limerick or on High street whole columns would have been devoted to it GULDEN JUBILEE New Albany Catholics to Celebrate Great Anniversary i New Albany Catholics have already begun to make plans for the fiftieth anniversary of St Marys church in event which will be celebratedxth imioh pomp ceremony and rejoicing As a matter of course the Very Hev Dean Faller who built this church is still its rector and is actively en gaged in serving his people despite his elghtyifour years Of course his labors are being lightened by the able assistance of the Tier Father George G Borrles Time Board of Trustees of the church met last Sunday and tnolc initial steps looking toward the celebration No expense will be spared to make time celebration one goldennjubileeRight Rev Bishop Chatardof Indian RlAlltntvAlbany to assist in time ceremofueg Hundreds of this priests of Soothe Indiana nnd Kentucky will alsoj ladest take part Louisville CM 0110 and laymen will tUs given an opportunity to take pjtithe general rejoicing 0 I lei ITOSY IRISIJ AMERXtpAN KENTUCKY IRISH MERlGflN I Devoted to the Moral end Social Advancement qt all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOllARPER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Entered at the Louisville Poitolllce as SecondClass Hitter Address all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 Wet Ureei St Ii TRADES s UtBEICOUNCIL UNION I OUISVIL1B KY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 8 19081 WOULD SOUUOW Americans wiho revere the mono of Lincoln of Garfield of MiKinlt peoples3 of Portugal in their grief rhe Portugese Government is dlffere from ours but the people Imvvj tth snore ills mud the same woes tha r we have in America King1 Curl wits dubebil tv tyrant by the mum ists anti socialists tint sought 1hi death Lincoln was culled a t runt In Anicrhm Garfield wus the IMhll of nn insane ugitator KO was MeKiln ley yet till Americans honor ai111 names of these fulltn1 ev+ ere tIle heroes Undoubtedly there is a festering wore in the ibody politic In 1ortuagal and it can be cut that 11 ought to be and will be cut out but assassination Is no way in whldl to go about it AYe in Kentucl know that Assassins hot down II Governor of this State ten years IIP They were bnl1uIby people wIlo professed to believe they were alai the CommomvMilth hut during tlw past ten years we have hUll nothii but commotion and disorder 1ray for your country said th Pope to the Portugese RIlIIllIa1illnl Sunday It was an udmonition to tIll rest of us to pray for universal peat THE HULLITT GEKHVMANDE n That faction of tie Itepubller L party headed toy Attorneyt 1W Marshall litillltfa if seeking to 1IIis c 4rlet the city into wards so that the Republicans may perpetuate then selves in power Instead of nllnJt1g the boundaries to extend from url 11 to south as nt present Mr BlIlItt and his fellow conspirators abliinst k Democracy want to gerrymander thu city for their own purposes As II mutter of feet Hie city needs redi tricting At present the wards ort not equitably divided lint fortunate Louisvilles streets leave been MI lulll out that a just and equitable dlstr buticm of the population can be Ul rived at by continuing the nrJ boundaries from north to south simply by extending the secrult gndarles westward n few block Jir nets measure Is Intended i provide for negro domination in eel tom wards That the people IIf Kentucky will not stand Fortunately the llullitt scheme 111111 met oposltion in the ISepublicv ranks Isadore Forst President or the lower board of the General Coin cl1and formerly an allyof Mi Bullltt Is outspoken in his opposItion to the measure lie declares thllt tho proposed ordinance is a gerry niflnder of the worst sort nod t 1utt eAen if adopted by the General Conn ell it will not bo held valid in conn Mr Forst says in the same connec tion The present adininlstratior pledged itself to give the people iII fair deal and I am in favor of llviiif up to our pledge Perhaps Mr Forst will be able to keep sufficient members of the Couu cil on his side to defeat the measure but Mr Bullltt has a way of nvinnln Councilmen to do his bidding ever iftJlir relatives have to be placet in office Whether the ordinance il passed or rejected the people wit test its validity In the courts where it will be undoubtedly declared in valid M Arlstido Briand the new Min Jster of Justice and Worship li France wants binding marriage done away with He desires Instead that bride and grooom should give each other a specific trial then 1If they fall to suit each other let them separate Monsieur Briand merely means that a bride should bo sent ID her husband on approval Of course such u thing is horrible to contem plate but Is it much worse than tho custom of consecutive polygamy that obtains In the United States where anybody that can pay the price can secure a divorce and marry some one else The French Minister comes out In the open in America the hand that cuts the nuptial knot seeks concealment under the guise of liberty the present members of the Gen eral Council who compose the Joint 3olice Oommititeo are considering favorably an ordinance reducing the salaries of the Night Chief of Police md Captains That would smack of eonoiny On the Other hand theme who solons arc considering a neaauro that will create at least one eve Captain and several more icutenonts and Sergeants In othe rlillthey want to rob Peter to pay aidI and create places for hungry tojiublioan workers The Legislature of New York has re it aif act known as the Wag lIll which makes Ita crime to rt securities on a margin In ords time hill proposes to stop a o II stock gambling IIn New York Both the press and pulpit denounce the evil of stock gambling as the cryllns crime of the day The new bill Is backed by Thomas M Mulry head of the St Vincent de Paul Society in the United States and President or the Emigrants Industrial Savings Bank of New York City by President Roosevelt by Father Chtdwlc former Chaplain of the Illfated bat tleshlp Maine and by the I adlng ministers of dissenting faiths Some of the very same people who to use n H hi nig expression tore tlwh shlrtH for Srinstead and his part last Xovembnr are now makii indignant remarks because both till Catholic clergyand laity are 11lIng treated with discourtesy oat city lIud county instil ntioiiK notably the Jail and the alinsliouse As a t vends century philosopher reinarlvei ChlelwniH dont emus home to ran- tnttil after they inure laid their egH in somebody elses barn American corporations are ver slow In adopting any new device fIll the saving of life According to thc American theory time Is money but life counts for nothing This ll11iJ led W G Fitzgerald a well known inventor to remark If 1 produce a device to save tine I can sell It readily in twenty places but if 1 offer an idea for saving life I en not dispose of it at nil Chief Hanger must be put to greit straits to make arrests when 1 hI disguises his men as singers anI sends them to incite trade at n ba room only to lock up the bartendc antI Juts patrons for violating tIll Sunday law Somewhere in law yo may rend that there is such n thing as an accessory before tIll fact CARE IS NEEDED Promiscuous Resort to Injunction Decried by President Unfair uses of injunctions in lobo matters aril otherwise ennie in fur n fair share of denunciation Iv President Itoosevelt in his messagi to Congress nn January il1 HeI sun in part It is wrong to use the injunetiot to present the entirely proper ant Icgithnate actions of labor organ 1 xntions in their struggle for Indus trial betterment or under tho guisi if protecting property rights unwar rnntahly to invnile the fnndanicnta rights of the individual Jt is futilt to concede as we till do the right ind the necessity of organized effort nn the part of wage enrners and yet lay Injunctive process to forbid peaceable aetion to accomplish till lawful ibjects for which they are orguiiied mil upon which their stieecxs de pends The fact that the punishment for the violation of an injunction nest to make the order effective icccssarlly the nummary and without the intervention of a jury makes ant ssmuicu in doubtful eases u danger OUII practice and in itself furnishes n reason why the process should be iur onnded with suft uards to pro tcet individuals against being en properlghtspartyThisbecoming of Craver importance and I can not too irgently recommend that the Con rress give careful consideration to the subject if some way of rejnedy ng the abuses is not found the feei ng of indignation II glhi lit them among large numbers of our citizens rill tend to grow so extreme as to produce a revolt against the whole use of the process of injunction The iltrncoHservatives who object to talus out the abuses will do well oto remember that if time popular feeling does become strong manyof hose upon whom they rely to defend hem will be the first to turn against hem Men of property can not afford to trust to anything save the spirit of justice mill fair play for lioso very public mien auto while it is1 to their interest dpfend nIl the buses committed by capital and Pose as time champions of conservatism will the moment they think thelr interest changes take thin lead in just such a matter ns this and antler to what they esteem popular feeling by endeavoring for instance ffeotively to destroy tIle power of- the courts in matters of injunction anel will even seek to render nugatory tlle power to punish for contempt upon Which power the very existence or the orderly administration of Justice depends IMPORTANT mETING Next Friday night an important meeting of Division 1 Ancient Order Jof Hibernians will be held and resident Mulloy is anxious for l- full attendance on account of the om bbonscusscd One matter of note that wlll come un is tit observance of St atrieks day The merribensi will also be called upon to discuss a plan of isossmcnit for the Marching Cluii tllnt is to represent Louisville atfthe nAtional convention of Hibernians next summer Another matter out of the ordinary will be the discu- dsln of arranging for the reception and entcrtaiarnent of delegates to- tbe State convention to be held in i miarille during the coming autumn 9 w w www blrJt9tiew SOCIETY i Jerry OOonnell Is quite ill of ItIle grip at his home in Oakdnle Eric Carrico has returned from u visit to his mother Mrs J E Cur rico at New Haven Miss Flora Edelcnhas returned to her home at Lebanon after n short visit with relatives In this city Miss Geneva Ford has rotor front a visit to her grnndpardi Mr and Mrs John Ford tit Jeffcr sontown Mrs J K Dangherty formerly o New Haven has joined her husbt here and theyvv11l make this clt their future hone- JohnTliortibiury and wife spent last week visiting the faintlyof 1o fteph Thornbnry mid other elllthcA lit New Ha ven anfl In Nelson cotta Mfts Jack Krahenbuhl one of I11111 handsomest anti mOst popular OUIl matrons of Birmingham Ala is v 101 iting relatives li Louisville and Xl Albany Mrs Mary louse Bowling who 1 hu4 been visiting friends at New 11 IIvr fwas delightfully entertained nt a supper given In her honor by Ills Mary Boone Mrs William Patterson has reci ered front her recent indlsposhl and Is spending a fate weeks with 1 hcr ulster Mrs Pauline llnldv nt 2 3 West Main street Members of the Good Will SIIcia1 Club will be the guests of MiKsAgu Xevils at her home 2022 West 1111111 street next Thursday night and will be entertained at euchre Mr and Mrs Charles S Smith ha returned from their bridal tour anc1 are at home to their friends at t81 Twentyfifth street Mrs Smith wnf formerly Miss Josephine Uhl This afternoon Mrs George COdCI of Parkland will give a nUscellaneo shower In honor of her sister MJK Mary Lou Xnland who will On Iebrll ary 10 become Mrs Frank Brohn George I Lawless is very proud II a splendid thirteenpound boy thot arrived nt his home 1052 Twent third street on Wednesday Hoth the mother and child are progressii nicely John T Shelley and Firman Boscl prominent members of Mnckin Coun ail Y DL L and who were quite 11 for a time have recovered and ur able to be out much to the dcHght of their friends William Colgaiisuid bride who ha C been in New York on tiJieir II1tllng trip for several weeks arrived 1101111 Tuesday and are with Mrs Colgan parent Mr and Mrs llobert J liford Crescent Hill Thomas Bnrkliplder for years a member of Mackin Council Y M I now representing a big finm in Ch i iago Spent several duys in Txjuisvil last wreck nnd on Monday left fOl CVuicinnatl and n tour of time Kast The Good Will Social Club will ghe one of its select dances Sehreibers Hall Twentysixth 11111 Sank streets on the evening of Feb nary 23 It is hardly necessary 1 to uld that all who attend are assure I good time Tiliomas Cody ami his eharniin wife celebrate time tenth Jinniversar If their marriage on Saturday Fel nary 15 at their home 2020 Welit reffersQii street The happy conpl will be the recipients of Inarty loon fratultttions from a wide circle or elatives and admiring friends John W Gray tie successful brie ontractor and his estimable wilt of West Chestnut street left rmIl1u- to visit in Lexington Falmouth nnil endleton ctumtyand at each plac hey are reerivinpf much markedI social attention They will return one the latter part of next wecl Miss Margaret Norton has returnc from Pittsburg where she spent th past jdx weeks ns the guest of Mis ranees Howley During her sojour In time Smoky City Mss Norton WMI Ule guest of honor at a number of eceptlons and functions end reo eivfld ninny other social attentions A wedding that will attract mar thau an ordinary share of attentlo will be that of Miss Corinno Levoron and Ernest Brockman It will be solemnized February 19 Both youn ople are quite prominent In soclet circles The brldetobo Is tbe daughter of Mr and Mrs A W everoneThe Will Social Club was en irtsiined Thursday evening of last week by Miss Anna Grimes Tin prize winners wore Misses Mary Ellei imnlff Irene NicoVilin Annn Doyle and Messrs Will Baldwin Albert ussellman und Toiomas Gllligan Miss Agnes Nevils will entertain t1w- club next Thursday Thomas Burkholder lormerly of- this city but now having herefortelS in who Ins a bhort visit tohis aged parents left mtla extended business hip toBaltimore New York and- the Eastern States Mr Buiknoliler Is companytonill over the United States The many friends of Henry Pas- lick the well known real estate leinJer are glad ito see him out again tJl1is week after a threatened illness of pneumonia that confined him to his hone for several days Ills legion of friends throughout the city were greatly alarmed when they learned that due vitas seriously ill at his resl- dence on Brook street and they will ereforo be mHich pleased to know that hL condition has changed fo- nIl better oral hits entire recovery ill- 1001eel for within the next few days Mrs Mary McGrnth was tendered a surprise party at her home 1417 Seventh street Thursday evening anr- after a game of euchre a delightful Dutohsupper was served Among tbose present were Mrs J 7 HOER rnSSCiS Heittlo and Annie Howard Nomo Kerr ZJIzzle Walsh N nnlp- Drodmck Mrs S Ross Mxa Annie Ross Messrs H OConnell G Weln bremler C Howard D Holmes C Doyl S Doyle G Harvlson J 1u ONcll Messrs and Mesdames John Greeley and Charles McCarthy ancl Masters Joe and Willie Kelly Miss Eva Raldy wtis tendered a surprise euchre at her home 2538 West Main street Monday night Ihc prize winners were Louis J Jleffer and William Perry while Dr E 1 Cook carried off the cohsolatit prize Among the ladles Mrw Churl JUeger and Miss Cleo Charlton WOII the first and second prizes while the consolation prize was won by lIss Graff After the euchre fresh incuts were served in parlors beau fully decorated in Pink antj whit lie guests entered the parlors to HIl strains of a march played by lrof Vincent lAnllsl and while re alit themselves wished Mss badly mat- happy returns of tie chI Annong thl guests present were Wllliann IetJoseph L Lenihan John J Crott Will J Daly Lands J Kieffer Dr J K Cooke Dr Vincent Ftillsl Atto Hey Austin Walsh George llleger 11 Oharles llieger Charles S Bald Misses Cleo Charlton Klizab th Hawkins Mary IMeger Mary Tierne j IrmaBouohee Ida 11 Rally laurel Gruff Florrtice Daly Mi lain MrEI Seorgo Ulrleh George HUfjer hlf William Putt emson Mrs Charl llieiger and iMrs Pauline Raid I mother of the hostess- 1Am111LY i MOURNS Popular Bank Clerk Lost Mother and Mother InLaw Tlie family of Anthony Itnnise bookkeeper nt the Bankof Commere was doubly bereft this week in till loss of Iris mother mind nmtheri law Notice of Mrs Itamsers dellt1 is given elsewhere In these column Mrs Caroline Ilaker his motherii law was sixtyfive years old alld was the widow of Jrihn linker a deran of tlie Union nnny mud for yen a well known letter carrier 1111 death occurred 1uestloynight asher 1111I funeral took place from y Chin mics Borromeos church Pride morning For many years she hllil resided at 2722 West Chestnut stree t tuid was a devout Catholic Four children survive tier Me dames Ben Graft and Antimony Knn ser Miss Stella Baker Oscar 1 an iI Corp Harry Baker of time Louisvill police force The deaths of Mi Baker and Mrs Itamscr on the Sll11l1 day recalls the concidcnce of thi death of their respective husband on theseine day eighteen month ago Mrs Baker was held in hig 1 estCiem and her funeral was attende I by a large circle wf friends wh knew her worth- CArl1OLIC5 INCIIKASIXCI Figures from the latest census c- St rends show Kiatit has a jiopuh tion f7n0 Of these nftl0i nrt Catholics Owtainly Catholicity must be on the up grade in America nni particularly in the West GIIAXI DIItKCTOItS TO MEET Tlie Board of Grand Directors of the Young MPJIS Institute welt nice at Mackin elub house toinorro afterncKin and the iincipnl matter to be discussed are the date 1111 place of meeting for the next Gram Council of the Kentucky jurisdiction Frank G Adams Chairman of the honed of Grand Directors unit in sited Grand President La Vega Clem ents of Owensboro to attend Ihi meeting SKLKCT KlCIIUn Unless all signs fall the cuchr to be given for the benefit of St Leos school at Liederkranz Hall Sixth and Walnut streets Wednesda afternoon ntlll evtMiing February 11 will be a distinct success Rev Father Fitzgerald pastor of St Leos Is anxious to make his parochln school second to none in this diocese and his parishioners in Highlam Park are lending every effort to nit mint In the good work- PAUTICULAU COUNCIL Itev Father Patrick Walsh inn ailed u meeting of the Particulai onneil of time St Vincent de Paul Society to be held at Sacred Heart wlitiol hull Seventeenth and Broad my at 8 oclock next Monday night lev Father Walsh hums been appoint d Chaiilain of the Particular Coun Ill by his Lordship Bishop McCloskey It Is expected that nnatters of more ban ordinary importance are to be lisoussed during the ewninp Hit hLiNANiulldY Miss Florence irallinnn and parry 1 Lally will bo united in the sacra nenit of matrimony at St Cecilias church Wednesday morning nt C clock A nuptial miss will follow thc mlarriagq ceremony The bridal 1jarty null tilieir innnetllate relatives rill breakfast at the home of the Tides mother Mrs Jiilia Hallinan 2620 Bank street after Which tlu appy couple will enjoy n bridal tour of eight days They expect to mike heir home nvitHi time brides mother EXCELLKXT WOMAN GONE Time funeral of Mrs Ellen McAn rews Avho died Saturday night took loco from the Church of Our Lady n Portland on Tuesday morning frs McAndrftws was sixty years old and is survived by her husband homasi MtfAndreATO and three rhll- drel1 Officers Tony McAndrews Mrs A AV Foos and frsS J Nalty Death resulted from a severe case off grip The deceased sets born in IrelaIuI butt came to America when quite a young girl She had lived many years In the West End and wns held in liigJi esteem by nil who knew her HOPKINS TO REOPEN E W Dustin of St Louis and one of the most talented purveyors of p11bIie amusements in time United Stotes made lids advent to Louisville this wwk Ind comes to manage the opkins Theater for 0 T Crawford oprieltor of the Gaiety Theater of St Louis and of the Crawford Film schange of time same city Mr Dustin proposes to open Hopkins cater next week with a first class mOving picture show TIle enitertain went will continue each day from noon until 1030 or 11 oclock at- night The now manager hastened to mako the acquaintance of ns many IsliAmericnns aa possible after his arrlml He prpppses ito mako Hop klnq Theater a place of rfirflt class i tcrtainmenit I to Lt i 0 That OvercoatWhich WhichYou Havent Yet Bought I e Nows the time to get Last and lowest cuts have been made So its no use to wait 10Overcoatsi 15Overcoats 20Ovr LEVYSI LNP1ARKET HNIIillTS OP COLUMBUS1 Late News That Will I ntereS1 Members Here and Elsewhere 1At Indianapolis large class will bl Initiated February 24 MacGahan Council nt New Lexin ton Ohio hiitlatad a class of Rixt last Suntlay Members of Pere Marquette Council at Milwaukee have organized u bowling league Cleveland Knights will give IJheir first aimual cliarity bat on the night of February 17 Louisville Council will hold its ar natal recejitlon at the Seelbach lint on the evening of March J Jeffersonville will soon have il council anti then the order will hll1 one In each of the Falls Cities All arrangements for the Fourth Dogree Assembly nt Denver on Wnsli ingtons birthday have been made Early in each year the combine d councils of Massachusetts doniue 1500 to the Catholic Charitabl BureUu of Boston Bishop Carrell Council of Covlngto und the newly organized Xewpor council have combined for a join initiation in the near future Indianapolis Council will confe the first degree on Monday Februar 17 antI the second and third one week later tight llev Bishop Keane and twen lyfivet priests attended the initia tion oln class ofsixty at Denve January JO The banquet tint fol owed wan one of the swellest in the history of Denver South Dakota is coming to the front with two more councils Marta Council nt Yankton in jnemory uf time good anti saintly Bishop Marty will start with seventyfive charts numbers and Uie one at Elkton nil- be nearly as large When time centennial celebration of the archdiocese takes place Phlla- lelphia Knights will give a banquet in the ball room of the Bellevue Stratford to Archbishop Ryan am such of the hierarchy as maybe hit guests on that occasion Archbishol OConnell warmly com trends the Knights of Mnssachusettf for their generous donation of l50f to the Catholic Charitable Bureau oi Boston The work of this bureau i- to safeguard children committed to State municipal and private institu tionsInitiatory steps have been taken for time organization of a council nt Muscatlne Iowa Laurent Council will bathe name for the new body in honor of the late llev P Laurent the pioneer priest of Iowa for more than fifty years pastor of St Matthias church at Muscatlne The charity ball held under the auspices of the Knights of Columbus at Madison Square Garden Monday night was a success dot less than 15000 Knights from tlie fiftytwo councils in Greater Now York and their ladies attended the ball First choice box seats brought 200 Chicago Knights have chartered n special train to New Orleans for the Mardi Gras festivities and for their entertainment the Crescent City brethren have arranged banquets dances and receptions and have also jprovidcd tlie Knights balcony from which the visitors will witness the parades THEATRICAL Hose Melville whobecame famous as Sis Hopkins will appear at Masonic Theater next week in her old and favorite role She Will be supported by a strong company and the engagement will prove one of the bet of time season Mrs Leslie Carter one of time lead ing cmotion actresses on the Amer loon stage will appear at Macauleys Theater In Du Barry a play that she has made famous during the first halqof pen week This is her third tour of the United States In Du Barry and hire Curter appears to prow In favor every year Marie Oahills Marrying Mary will bo the attraction at this theater during the latter half of the week It is a STEWART DRY GOODS CO Business Established Sixty Years jfEN YORI STOltE I I SHOES Second Floor THE FEBRUARY MARKDOWN SALE OF vVOMENS AND CHILDRENS FOOTWEAR OFFERS MANY DECIDED ADVANTAGES The February MarkDown Sale of Winter Boots for Women and Childrens Footwear offers many extra good values in Laird Schober Co Edwin C Burt and other highgrade makes at extremely low prices Burts 350 and 450 Boots marked down to 295 pair Laird Schober Cps5 and 6 BootsY marked down to 395 pair Laird Schober Co 650 and7 Tan Boots marked down to 495 pair HOSIERY Main Floor DECIDED BARGAIN OPPORTUNITIES r OF CHILDRENS HOSIERY SPECIALLY UNDERPRICED 35c HOSIERY FOR 19c PAIR f Boys and Girls Black Cotton Hosiery full fashioned with double splicing sizes 6 6 12 7 only 35c qual ityFor 19c a pair 25c HOSIERY FOR lOc PAIR i Infants Cotton Lisle and Cashmere Hosiery in black rand colors fine quality size 4 only value 25cForRlOc a pair t Childrens Horiery fast black cotton full fashioned sizes 5 5 12 7 12 and 8 only 25c valuesSpecialJ at12 l2c a pair 25c BOYS KNEE CAPS AT 15c PAIR STEWART DRY GOODS CO1 Incorporated W CONNECTION WITH JAMES McCBEEBY L Utf NEW YORK PIANOSThe largest stock in the South to select from Prices absolutely the lowest You can take advantage of our liberal payment plan if you wish The Largest Piano Stock in the South MONTENEGRO = RIEUM MUSIC CO Incorporated tBmBBt3O FOURTH AVENUE t M J BANNON P BANNON JR L1 VEENEMAN Pres ti Mgr Vice PresTress Secretary Bainon Sewer Pipe Co Salt 4BannonsWall Coping Drain TileVitrified BrickS Brid- FireProoing Flue Plclue Lining Fire Grate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk BricK OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON TBLGP1IONB573 WORKS I3th and Lexington and Magnolia Ave list oth and loth TELEPHONE 2833 WHEN YOU WANT JOB PRINTINGDone With Neatness and Dispatch Call at This Office 7fJ7tULEYS evenInssLeslie Carter in DuBarry Thursday Friday and Saturday Nights and Saturday Matinee Marie CahillMarrying Mary GIVE A COMIC POST DARO PARTY l uI I Newest Most Unique and De Entirelydifferentslangy style of post card card unique personal origin and the mirth makIng pictures appear to have been drawn with a pen and are hatTdpalnted by the guest who wrote the comic verse Joke or sentiment Outfit CO pendrawn zincetched post cards all different 60 color pal lets 60 brushes 60 Invitations 100 ballots 1 Smaller outfits GOo and 35c POST CARD NOV ELTY CO P O Box 301 Louis ville ICy All tho now Fall Styles and shapes can be found hero at reasonable prices musical comedy enId tho dancing is- aafd to be csocoptlonally fine a k OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8 TO 6 9T012 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work done for the least money lOur Dentistry Will Please Youtt We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed Dam HtIJ COUCHMAN Dentist OFFIOE 542 FIFTH STREET JAMES ft1 WELSH PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING Repair Work Promptly Attended To HOME PHONE 6382 615 W OAK STREET Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty e wm EXCHANGEL- OUIS f WABNITZ COI Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET t r QNTOOKY tEiZiC1H Ai1ERlOAN BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAs WHISKYs IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky lIf I F I 1 MNNtif M + M M N 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 D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT 1 Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Aniwtrtd Promptly Day or Night e 1231 WEST MARKET STREET I +N+fN+iN 4+ +4K 4 It I I J EidBRRErTSMS 123 p IIFUNERAL DIRECTORS IIS3S East Main Street I I II 111111 I 11 I II II I I I I I I I I I HIIIIIIIIII I 11 I 111111 rIE TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 I a TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS Ctrr STREETShortIII II I I 11 I I I I I I I I I II I II I THOMAS KEENAN 7 Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All calls promptly attended to day or night Carriages tarnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST A Independent of All Undertaken IKATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty Offica fl6W St Catherine Bo hBlon CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 032 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1080 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed HENRY HUNOLD DBAXUR IN Staple and Fancy Grocerlos A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty Home Phn e 4336 540 W WALNUT HERRMANN BRO a IKPORURS PINB WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tacky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Tekptau 1941 234 Slxih Street to a deayedbyaffected two hours after they have beeu appliedI Kentucky Wall Plaster Co INCORPORATHD BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook and River Louisville Ky Also operating the Hoosier Vall Plan ter Plant Jeffersonvllle Ind Phone 655 OFPICn HOURS SUNDAYS 8T06 9T012 I DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work don for the least money Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR HiJJJCOUCHMAN Dentist OFFICE 542 FIFTH STREET All tho now Fall Styles and shapes can bo found hero at reasonable prices SMOOTH RIBBON rake bold of each end of riboon and pass slowly over smooth portion Dampeningincreases S 1 DIULLEDTELL Uniform Rank Companies Put Through Test by Officers The two local companies of the Uniform Hank Catholic Knights of America lick a battalion drill at St Marys hall Tuesday night ni were put through the evolutions three distinct times by Major Gen Michael Itclohcrt Copt Gus Bane Hund Doth com parrieswere fully represented and made if showing The officers put the companies through the evolutions by compa nies nnd then in battalion and were well pleased with the manner In which the men acquitted themselves Quite a number of spectators wit nosKcd the drill and were loud in their praise Of the work done by the Uniform Hank Interest in this organization is growing and it i- Mprobable that a new company will soon be organized to take in the eligible young men of St Peters St Louis Bert rands and Sacred Heart parishes After Easter the Uniform Rank companies evpect to give a public drill for the benefit of their friends nnd admirers Glim REAPER Takes Away John KIrwan After Long and Useful Life John Kirwan a native of Ireland and eightyseven years of age died ut his hone 1005 West Jefferson street Wednesday morning Dentn was due to the usual ailments at tendant fipon old age Mr Kirwnn came to Louisville in 1845 and had made this city his home ever since When the Mexican war broke out in 1840 he was one of Kentuckys first volunteer soldiers and served throughout the war He was en gaged In the grocery business morn than fifty years lIlt widow tied eight children survive him They are John Jr lKdwnnl Tames Miss Kate Kiinvan Mrs Ed Larkin Mrs George T Root and Mrs Henry Kirk Ills funeral took place from St Patricks church yesterday morning Mr Klrwnn had n wonderful final of anecdotes concerning his ltd ventures both in America cued foreign lands His store as long as he remained in business was filled with friends and neighbors who never tired hearing him tell stories of the sea of the Mexican war and of his trip to California in the early days of the gold fever Mr 1Klnvun was quiet and unassuming in manner and his death is mourned by many old friends lie was during his lIfe in ouisvlllc a devout member of St Patrick churcli UIISULINE XU DKAD Sister Alexia of the Ursuline order died at St Josephs Orphan Asylum Crescent Hill early Wednes tiny morning Time deceased nun was a native tof Loulsvilloand was forty five years old Before entering the religious state she was Mink Mary Ihvicklcr nut1 was the daughter of the late George Twickler of 839 East 3he tnut street Her mother Mm nom Twickler her brothers George Henry Joseph and John Twleklf and one sister Miss Lily wielder survive her Sister Alexia was a devout nnd zealous member of the LJrsuline order amt for several years lad given nil her time and attention to the care of the orphans nt St Josephs Asylum FATTIER AIIMANNS SUCCESS Rev Father Ignatius M Alunann formerly pastor nt Carrollton now pastor of St Aloysius church at Cov nglon has announced time following Trustees of the congregation for the ensuing year John Dasher dr Sec rotary William Rube Treasurer 7 Merger George Schindler August toeltes George Iibricht Harry iramlage and Alphonse Schricte The annum report showed that 0000 hal been ipaid for pew rent during 1007 lonsiderably more them lust year SELECT DANCES The Bright Eyes Culb has arranged- to give a series of select dances at Cadorffs Hall Eighteenth and Ken tucky streets on the evenings of February 4 8 trio 22 and 29 Schmerrs orchestra will furnish the nisic H Dumas A Hans A Coomes and P Schmerr are the com mittee in charge of the arrangements QUITS FOR THE ALTAR John Burke use of the best pitchers that the Newark Eastern League baseball team lmdon its roster a few years ago will be ordained to the priesthood next April While playing the game he made money 10 help support his parents nail pay for his tuition UNITY COUNCILS DANCE Unity Council Y M L of New Albany is preparing to give a select lance on the evening lot February 10 The committee of arrangements plan to make it the most successful affair of the kind ever given by the council FRANCE LOSES GROUND As Germany becomes Catholic she grows strong In 1850 Germany and Franco were equal in population now Germany has 62000000 against Frances 39000000 The comparison is the worse for France when it is remembered that Franco lias more foreigners In it than any other Continental nation MORE SUNSET EXCURSIONS Mackin Councils Gymnasium Club has taken initial steps toward ar ranging for a series of sunset excur sions during tho coming spring and summer The excursions last year isintendedwining than ever this year PILGRIMAGES ABANDONED The correspondent of the Ger mania in the Eternal City states that the April pilgrimage to Rome which was arranged ioat tliei last German Catholic Congress end in which the Bishops were to join has been abandoned SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Friday Evenings of Each Month President John MMulloy Vice President Thomas Lawler Recording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Recording Sec Thos Kcennn Jr Financial SecretaryP J Cusick Treasurer Charles J Finnegan DIVISION Meets oil the First and Third Frhlav Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna TreasurerOwen Kclran Recording SecretaryJoseph T LynchFinancial KeaneySergeantatArmsJames Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeenth and Main Streets President Patrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Jteedrdiug SecretaryL J Mackey Financial Secretary J G Hessian JoughertySentinelTltolnas Sergeant atArmsPatrick Hcgley DIVISION 4 MondaysBertrand llenncssyVicoFinancial Secretary William J Connelly Jtecordlng Secretary Frank P BnrkeTreasurer I BradySentinel S rgeantatArmVol011 Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFEltSOXVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days Each Month at Pfaus Hall KinneyVice Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Recording Secretary T Ollern Financial Secretary Chas Roberts Sentinel Timothy D Kenney Marshal William Dorsey T- rSergCnntatArmsHernnrcl Coyle Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club- House 530 Twentysikth Street President Robert T Burke First Vice President Frank Lana mnSecond PresiilcntSamuclRobertson Recording SecretaryAustin E Walsh SecretaryThomasBachman Financial Secretary Frank tj Adams Treasurer Dan Weber Marshal A Andriott Inside Sentinel Patrick Duddv KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS1 Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere At OXeil Nub tin Knlfflits liuve1 completed u new 15000 club house Grand Knight Lynch conferred the second degree on twenty candidates last week at Syracuse Oklahoma Knights iiire working to time end that Landing day October 12 will be mule n State holiday Knight figure prominently In the Now Jersey Senate Both the Pres idents and Temporary Chairman are members of the order Memphis Kwgiltts gave a curd party last week mid realized auice sum for the fitting up of U Jutuse for the Franciscan Sisters of 9t Jlarys schoolJtrdge John hear rceturer for Covingtonbusthe meetings for the next three months Recci its of a liiiiuut recently served by the Toledo Council netted time sum of 520 which amount the Knights generously turned over to ShepherdPully at the banquet that followed the Installation of officers by Fort Waynes council THKATIIICAL Tho Road lo Yesterday with Minnie Dupree timid a splendid east of Uroadway favorites Is announced1 for three nights nnd a Wcdncsiluy matinee at MacnuleyK beginning Monday The Road to Y Mertlay1 comes direct from n long and sue cessful run at the Ilemid Square Theater New York City Joseph Conyers time noted actor dill be seen nt the Masonic Theater next week In his successful comedy drama The New Minister This will be time first presentation of the piece in Louisville but it comeuiwitn a record of numerous triumphs in the larger Eastern dales Miss Hortenso Nielson in The Doll- House will appear at Mdcnuleyu during the latter half of next week GOES TO FRANKFORT Daniel F Murphy of ithe Fidelity Trust Company formerly City As sessor of Louisville antI one of the best informed real estate men in the South will appear before a commit tee of the Kentucky Legislature to urge the passage of the bill intro duced by Hon Albert Clmrlton which provides for an extension of time for the payment of apportionment warrants GRAND PRIZE EUCHRE St Josephs Dramatic Club will give a grand prize euchre at St Josephs school hall Washington street between Webster and Adams Wednesday evening ut 8 oclock sharp DIOCESAN SYNOD In Cologne Cathedral last week it was announced that a Diocesan Synod would TJO held there during the course of the year The last Diocesan Synod in the Dom took place in 1662 SOLEMN CEREMONY Cardinal Gibbons Confers the Pallium on Arch bishop ODonnell uponArchbishopI the Cathedral in that city yednesduy morning Ills Eminence Cardinal Gibbons performed the ceremony EnglandStatestion Archbishop OXonnell was ni thirtythree was conferred on his illustrious predecessor Archbishop Williams The pallium is a woolen stole made of lambs wool and is an Insignia of rcheplseopal authority The cere mOil of conferring the pallium I solemnityTheBoston people of all creeds Wednesday to hU1Iehe 10dlllJiteye iustitiitiousinlitissuedany cnlleeting lhllInstitlltloncondition financially and that per eolllding needed at hon- ucIlANI OLD MAN Dennis Kehoe Lived to See Three Sons in the Priesthood Dennis Kehoe Ckmt of flit uottrespected rcsidents of Newport IICy lllstSutllrdlllie yens for years one of the most prominent distillers in Kentucky but having amassed a competency Beforehispleasureto t priesthoodDuring life ofthe111Ing edifice Mr gatgeueroimsltproud of his three boys who attained wiccrdotnl honor Ills aons mire Rev StJiunesFrmmkICeluoe RevJamesXwvfporfThe IllCllluchCnllcptimneutrlyeverymud surrounding territory assisted at the obsequies TRINITY COUNCILS PLANS Trinity Council Y M L held an lIigntwitIljoCPresidenlgretted but when It became known that he was attending to that great hisdeil11gnencytime being Acting President Kieffer routituebusiness nextmeekvitlifuture U is epeoted tthat the matter of completing the club house will b discussed if not actually undertaken DISCOURAGES PILGRIMAGES This Is time optPiusgrhnngcK in Route are being ar ningc Tlie Holy Father is not ear cwiraging these religious dcmonst ra times on acconivt of the anticlerical prefersI his jubilee in their respective countries but if they insist on going to Home lit wants them to take the precaution to have their respective governments giinraniev safe conduct wlillu Jn Italy MINERAL WATERS Puruk is the name given a miniher of waters and beverages just put Jut the local market for which is claimed n purity taste and satisfac tlon that can not be excelled Under the direction of Superintendent Kan n plant that cost over 50000 has streetinand Oold Storage Company which Is now In operation amid open for public inspection FIVE CANDY KIDS Nadorffs Hall at the Northeast corner of Eighteenth and Kentucky streets will be n festive scene on tho FiveCandyKellysFoxon arrangements Is made up of such well known young men as E Horn L Kessler J Mellmus Ed Wttten nuer and Fred Kessler It will be a mask and fancy dress affair SAVED CHILDRENS LIVES John Dalton and Robert Cummings policeforcedren and doubtless prevented a theybroke1434 Twelfth street nnd found Leo Maryfoursmoke The parents of the children wene away front home SEXTONS NEW CAFE John Sexton the former detective has opened a cafe at the southwest corner of Seventh and Oak streets Rick Quinns old stand and is al ready doing a nice business 3Ir Sexton was connected with the Louisville police and detective force for nineteen years nnd proved to be a faithful and capable officer Ills cafe promises to be one of the most popular in Limerick OPPOSE THE HOSPITAL The residents of this county in them neighborhood of Valley Station have entered a protest against the erec tion of the Tuberculosis Hospital on aI FRANK FEURBREWING o CO 1 Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY Cumb Phone Main 1913 1913rrHE WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINK Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED B- YSENNACKERMAN BREWING COMPANY INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 7LOITIl9VILIIt KY ASK FOR FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHEREHO- ME PHONE 7669 CUMB PHONE WEST 69 l Y JOHN E PRANK WALTERS7 Clay= 5treet Brewery812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY t JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATBDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERr 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY CHOICE Out Blooms Plantsa- nd 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 Jeflersonvllle hospitalforpileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHeR MARY REQINrt MERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Aventfe Jeffersonvllle lad Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXGHAUGEN LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET the proposed site A tract of 127 acres has been purchased and work on the hospital was nbout to begin Steps are now about to bo taken to secure an injunction to prevent its erection GOLDEN JUBILEE Tomorrow at Holy Cross Academy New Orleans Sister Mary of the Visitation and Sister Mary of St Vlncent two of the oldest and most esteemed Sisters of the Holy Cross nvill observe the golden jubilee of their profession Tho Most Rev AroIibiShop vBleuk will too present on the occasion 1 Office lours Nome Phone 9104 611- 1DR J fFRANK SULLiVAN DENTIST 739 FOURTH AVENUE live your boys an education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 1 12 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by theXaverian Brothers Classical p uilppediymnniam PETER M ANDRWr SONS8 WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tins 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET HENRY AAIJII JIIPUtSP DYER AND CLEANER Ladles ApparilWORK Pbonaija 528 Fifth Street WINES UQUOftSClIfARS VALS SALOONt PrepHot930to4 WIIRBBiTisl 7 1 KIrl 1UOKY JC2reIIi9H A14dEiRION END OF SEASONS SLAUGHTER SALE l A SALE OF MARVELOUS VALUES AND MONEY SAVING OPPORTUNITIES 30 AND 25 SUITS AND OVERCOATS 1975 2250 AND 20 SUITS AND OVERCOATS 1575 18 AND 15 SUITS AND OVERCOATS 1275 1350 AND 12 SUITS AND OVERCOATS 975 1150 AND 10 SUITS AND OVERCOATS 775 850 AND 750 SUITS AND OVERCOATS 500 r BIG STORE X24 weal Between Market St iy iyTHE Poenh end Piltb MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO PIANOSTheI from Prices absolutely the lowest You can take advantage of our liberal payment plan if you wish 4 The Largest Piano Stock in the South MONTENEQRORIEHM MUSIC I CO IIncorporated oxasooo FOURTH AVJEOJVUB eeNeeeeNlOe PUFAKDislllled Lemon Soda Wild Cherry Phosphate Chocolate ream 0 Merchants Ice Cold Storage Cot Mfrs 618 Seventh Sir 2 eeeeeeeeeN NNeeeeeee JEWELRY BARGAINS In order to reduce our stock we have marked down prices on Diamonds Watches Rings Necklaces Pend ants Brooches Rosaries Silverwate etc This is the opportunity to purchase Wedding and Birthday Gifts I1E3EtIJTIrtc9 THE JEWELER 530 West Market Street I DONT FORGET THOSE AWAY FROM HOME I SEND THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN To those friends and relatives away from Louisville with all the news of the people they know and more than you can write in a letter Can be sent to anywhere in the United States or Canada FOR 100 PER YEARFOREIGN COUNTRIES 150 PER YEAR COLD WEATHERDemands proper food and drink for the body Not over stimulants but healthful drinks such as Mulloys Teas and Coffees Phone a trial orde- rSPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR soc 45excellent1 C it ItJIITOy COFFEE ROASTER iilt Pbon1113 X14 W JVI- QQBIXBBffffyW t9TI2IiIDI 8 HOME PHONE 7452 FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTEED MURPHYI DANMERCHANT TAILORi 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 RANGESIFL For many years the Quick Meal has been universally acknowledged as the best gas range in the market They cook quickly bake excellently and on account of their patent air burners consume less gas than any other They are more easily cleaned and are made to last The new improvements this year will keep it in the front rank Haying made our 1007 contract before the advance in prices of all iron goods we are able to sell at old prices GEHER 6T SON 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND Albert T Schranz Cor REAL ESTATE1 IN ALL ITS BRANCHES 1tON V rO ZOA eUiAr PHONE MAIN 27y Room II Law Bldg Center and Green u 7u r B O SW5 Trains to Cincinnati 3 Trains to St1 Louis UNEQUALED SERVICE LOWEST RATES City Office Lincoln fiuilding PhDepot Seventhand Fourth and Market River HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Put WcckOeneral- Newa Notes Interest in the order in Jefferson ville increases each week Tho second industrial fair held under the auspices of the order in Madison Square Garden New York City had over 200 exhibits Joffcrsonvillc illbernians turned out well Wednesday and Thursday nights to witness the performances of The Merry Milk Maids The reports for the past year rea 11I at the County hoard mooting in Syracuse show u substantial Increase in membership in the divisions in Onon dagta county When the Ladies Auxiliary of Duluth installed its officers last week Rev Father Lynch was the mostpinteresting address A meeting of Irish people of Flandreou B D and vicinity was held last Sunday for the purpose of increasing the membership in the order and organizing new divisions Cot Ford will preside at the meeting of Division 2 next Friday night when the committees for the year will be announced This division will take the initial steps toward the organization of the national conven tion Mutating Club and therefor every member is urged to be present Hibernians of Jeffersonville arc determined ito have 0 fitting celebra tion of St Patricks day In case they are unable to have a reproduc tion of The Merry Milk Maids they expect to have some other style of public entertainment and will call Oil Louisville talent to help them entertainDivision 3 meets next Friday night and every member who can should attend The Marching Club will have sonic interesting information to im part and in addition much important business will come before the meet ing President Sullivan lies begun earnest work and an increase In membership seems assured The Ladies Auxiliary will install the newly elected officers at this meeting to be held Wednesday night Every member is urged to he present to give the new administration an t ncouragingseuioff Several mat terN of imixirtunce will her discussed and consideration given the proposal 1o observe tine anniversary of Ire lands patriot Hobert Ktnmet Division 1 will decide whether of t paythemeetingThisand will doubtless be the cause of iii interesting mill lively session It 1 is expected that this division will ne represented by a hundred members in the proposed marching duhIst Marys Hull was thronged with members of the different lIusi1nrilHII timid divisions of the Auxiliary 1 installed its newly elected officers The ceremony was very im pressive Miss Blanche Cotter County President being time installing offi cer During the meeting there was n fine musical and literary pro gramme and luncheon nntl the pre sentation of a beautiful gold ring to Miss Anna McDonald Similar re ports came from the other Syracuse auxiliaries of which there are a number HEADY FOR MARKET Bottled Product of Falls City Brewing Co For Sale Bottled leer the product of the Palls City Brewing now on the market and is Ingreatf de nand From present indications the plant will soon have to increase its capacity At the head of the com IllckeyJoethat the American public realize a beverageThe is fortified withn capital stock rf 50000 and every move it hu4 nnae since the Incorporation two years ago has been in the direction of success It has secured the service of the best brewinaster to be had and with his German education nnd skill and American modern machinery the beer is inferior to none in the market Every sanitary device known is used to insure the safety of its product and u trial of the beverage will secure its constant use The officers of the company desire to install their bottled beer In the homes of all who cure for that article for family use nnd if one of the agents does not visit you two telephones are always at your serv eordiailyinvitedi tieth and Broadway 3KAND ARMY PRETEXTS PICTURE An excellent picture of the Rev T K Crowley fowler pastor of St Patricks church at Dejvison Texas has been presented to that church by the Texas State Encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic Th formal presentation took place at St Xavlers Acadenjy Tn his nIl dress on the toocnslon Capt Wright declared Father Crowley was one of the best anjl greatest men that ever wore tho garb of a priest or the uniform of ti soldier of Uie Union ARRANGE FOR IEIJATEI At the meeting of Mackin Council Y M I Ilast Tuesday night the com mittee appointed wt a previous meeting to arrange for tv series of de II y- BP bates among the club members announced that the first debate would be held on the afternoon of Sunday February 0 The question Tnut3lghlIccnsetemperance more than prohibition The debaters hnve not been selected yet but the committee promises to put forth the l est material In tho council The Visiting Committee re ported that Fcrnran llosche Theo dore Weber II C Hnrtlnfic C H Zook Fred Leezer II1 Brands V ISohn and James SchrenibH were all improving LARGE INCREASE- Archblshop1Bourne Shows Growth of Catholicty In England I Archbishop Bourne of West minster has published a statistical account of the progress of Cath olicity in England up to thee end of 1907 According to it there are now 5500000 Catholics in England and the priests number 4075 about fifty more titan the preceding year Arch bishop Bourne wflio soon is to be made a Cardinal has been very active in his work both in the Diocese of Southwnrk which he governed be fore nnd lu the Archdiocese of Westminster which he rules at present KKCHXT DEATHS Time funeral oi Eugene locket eighteen ycarsOld took place Sun day morning from Sacred Heart church Time young man lad been ill only a short time His mother Mrs Marie Tockert of 1024 West Walnut street survives him Mrs Una Benedict died suddenly Thursday night nt the funnily res idence S220 West Madison street She is survived by her husband T Fetly Benedict limo deceased was n highly respected young matron Her funeral took place from Stt Charles Ilor romeo church Sunday afternoon The funeral of Miss Annie Sweeney who tiled at time house of her sister Mrs William Spellman 1120 Tame street Friday of last week took place from time Cathedral of the Assumption Sunday afternoon Th deceased was twentyfive years old ami a most estimable young lady thirtyloomtearsferoaville Tuesday She hudHuf fered from lung trouble for several months Her husband Thonuis Olenson and two small children stir vive her The funeral took pint from St Augustines church Thiirs day The funeral of Mrs Mary Hylnnd took place from the residence of lice brother Wlllfam Iturkc 1124 SCVIMI teftjutli Marcel Monday morning Solemn requiem mass for the repose of her soul was celebrated at St Patricks churcili before the remains were interned lu St Louis cemetery Mrs Hylnnd was the widow of time Ilate Captt Tim Ilyland always an inltense Irish Nationalist and a for polllepartmcntI rlike funeral of Edward 1 IVirrin a popular resident of New Albany took place from St Marys church in that city Satunkiy morning and time interment was in the little MarysoftheKnobsold nnd for several years clef olit the Pondennls Club this city He had beta u sufferer from lung trouble for several1 months His death oc curred nit his home 1101 Oak street Xew Albany Thursday night of last week A wife and one child survive him The deceased was an active member of Unity Council Y M I and that society was wicill represented at the funeral A shadow was cast over the life of Tom Council last week when his boo loved wife Mrs Julia Connell was removed by death For nearly fifty years Ton Connell and his wife have been a boy and a girl together shar- Ing each others joys und sorrows They were growing old together when the grim hand of death beck oned her Mrs Connell died as slue lived n charitable Christian woman Her home at 2034 Preston street was besieged Saturday and Sunday by the puny friends that desired to pay their last respects to her remains Her funerflr took place from St Mary Magdalens church Monday morningMrs rllr Reedy one of the most jx pular young matrons in Iouisvillr died at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hos pita1 Thunsdny evening of last week Tlie deceased pas thirtysix years old and previous to her marriage to Attorney James P Reedy was Miss Mary Carey Site wws the eldest daughter of Policeman Nick Carey Imo small children anti her husband survive She is nlso survived by leer parents Mr und Mrs Nick Carey one Sister Mrs William Miller and three brothers William Joseph and James Carey The remains were removed to the family residence 20JS Greenwood avenue The funeral took from Holy Cross church SatuSlace morning Mrs Ready was ad mired for her quiet unassuming and her charitable and Christian life liar husband and family have the sympathy of time entire comma nity In their great bereavemrmt NOTED PAStOH DEAT Rev Father Edward Klrwnn one of the best known priests in the South and for twentyfive years pas toro St Patricks church Mobile Ala lied in that city Wednesday Irelanrllsixtynine k- U i IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges King Frost has been reigning throughout the country many of the lakes being frozen over Owing to heavy rains for the past fortnight the road from Ballytrali to Carrickmacross has been impassa ble and a danger to travel At a meeting of tenants on the Karl of Itodens estate held in the Town huh it was decided to accept the landlords offer to sell Very few changes in the Urban Councils resulted from the recent elections time people giving the Nationalist candidates loyal support M J Cosgrovc Local Government Inspector has opened an inquiry at Athy onto a schema for the erection of 280 cottages and the purchase of twelve plots of an acre each The sudden and unexpected death at Dundalk of 7 II Long agent of the Bank of Ireland was a profound shock to the people generally IS only his intimate friends wre aware that he suffered from heart trpuble In the Furlongs corn mills at For mot an employe named Samuel Cor- rigan was caught by the coat in a cleaning shaft and twisted round sewfral times his left shoulder being dislocate and the arm smashed The American financial crisis hat aroused popular feelings of appre liqnsipn trod trepidation in Ireland A great nanny people think that the closing of the banks meant ruin to their friends Indeed the affair pro diced quite a scare in the country Time house of n Ilady named Mrs Toland in Spout street Strabane was completely destroyed by fire wihile time inmates were still asleep They were rescued by a pollee patrol Which happened1 to l e passing some of the rescuers being severely burnedJudge Harry addressing the grand jury at Carlow stated the count seemed to be in its normal condition of pence and order anti there were only three cases for trial one being a private prosecution for embezzle ment amid the others were for small larcenies News f the death of District Inspector F M Fcoly resulting front being thrown from his trap while driving over the bridge on the Car rick road a few weeks ago was received with feelings of regret by tin piwpta of Dundalk lie left u wife and child for whom there is much sympathy The transition of the land from dual ownership to peasant proprio torship Is mat eriallzing rather tardily if lute trod judging from present standpoints it is safe to venture tin opinion that it will be some considerable tints before this imichnuediMl mull beneficial national transition is accomplished it is an incontrovertible fact thou the weather oxperltviiccxl during the past twelve months has been the utmostt inclement and unsatisfactory known for many year4 Farmers in several instances suffered very seri ously from nil iigricultural point of view whilst from a physical stand point till weatlur was decidedly un wholesome pructlcall craze Heretofore it was customary for lush emigrants to leave Ireland in time spring and summer mouths and the autumn scason but for the past twelve months all this formality has been revolutionized and they are now going at nil seasons even in the winter lime exodus front Minister during the past year has been simply appalling and time effects of this tel rible stampede are being seriously felt Iteports of a grave nature come from every district of County Let rim relative to the condition of the people consequent on time failure of tho potato and oat crops The relieving officer in Mohill Manorhamil ton Uawnboy ami CarrickonSlmn non Unions have made house to house visits among the poorer people and their reports give u serious Indica tion of the state of poverty mill dh trws existing Laborers and small farmers are much affected owing to want of employment and are unable to procure food for their families MYSTIC CIRCLE New Fraternal Insurance Body Elects and In stalls Officers Tho Mystic Circle a near fraternal insurance society elected officers for 1008 Friday night of last week The new worthy officers are Jluler lenjainin Drnutnian Vice Iluler K It Mann llecorder Ous Kane Chaplain T C ceurce MarshalS J McBride Warden Charles Oesterreich Guard llurry Hudson Sentry William Ilild TrusteesG A lliroh ir B Birch and C B McDowal Gus Kane one of the best known workers In Louisville fraternal insurance societies was elected Special Supreme Deputy The new officers were installed Friday night and the installation ceremonies were followed by a big euchre FROM FAK AUSTRALIA The first Prlvlncial Council of the Province of Melbourne was in every way most successful The Holy Father sent n cablegram conveying the Apostolic blessing r N eNNeeeo i2e JAMES GREENE425 427 AND 429 EAST MARKET STREET I Furniture Carpets Rugs Stoves Ranges I LOWEST PRICES BEST TERMS That offer an opportunity to save Stoves money and prepare for cold weather Peninsular Smoke Consuming Direct Draft Heater 20satisfactory THE OAK HOT BLAST 5eter PROGRESS OAK 50top t i e oeeNNee e 16 Per 100 Bushels We have the most centrally located yards In the city the best coal the best teams the best drivers and can guarantee the most satisfactory deliveries what more could you as- kSCANLON COAL C09 Incorporated Only Local Dealers Handling Original Straight Creek eeeeeeNN LARGEST AND BESTIN THE CITY UNITED LAUNDRY CO INCORPORATED HAND WORK A SPECIALTYsss GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 1188493732 f MAIN OFFICE504 SIXTH NEAR GREEN elleee Neee00e e0eeeee6N Neeeeee Shorthand and TypewritingEstablished Reliable System as taught at this institution is a vll ahle acquisition to any person A stepping stone to success Secures tho bct employment Spencerian graduates are always in uctnund v i SCHOOLtCfOSPmidtalPUBLIC rnerHarrl IIEPARTIIINt Spencer LOUISVi66gatreaeY- a lie 8S8 Gftas fl Rogers BOOR GO i+ PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE Give us a cal JffinestBOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES- OF I r EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 2V Jeftt rson tret g 4 t + + 00 + FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager rHBADQUARTERI9 X OR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season SprlnSLambcity We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market products LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY DR J T CHAVVK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered SeBoth Phones 2399 t OFFICE AND FORGE 9I3915 SEVENTH 01 h + ++N + 1 ++ ttuFINE WINES CHADlPAGXD- f I f A3 West KOLJBGreen Street 111 t LIQUORS QIIARM- Hrr r + 1+H ++ t 1 tilt Lt n h n n U h tu f a