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I J k r KENTUCKYJJSll AMERICAN VOLUME XXLNO 22 LOUISVlcLLE SATURDJY NOVEMBER 28 1908 PRIC FIVE CENTS I MAGNIFICENT I I I 51 f I I Reception Tendered Supremo Trustee Quinn by the i OK etA Visitor Tells of the Splendid Condition of Order nt Present Bountiful Dinner Served the Distinguished Guest by iBIrs Ilunold j l i GREAT DAY FOR THE KNIGHTS Supreme Trustee Michael quinn of Brooklyn N Y was the guest of honor Jhere Sunday at a reception and mass meeting of the Catholic Knights of America of Louisville Jeffersonviile and IjNow Albany Later in the afternoon he was the principal guest of honor at a dinner given by air and Mrs Henry Ilunold at thei4 tliornoon Sixth street Herbert Crog han Supreme Vice President of the C K of A was to nave accompanied Mr QuInn to Louisville but was called home on account of an accl dent to hlsoi Messrs Croghan and Quinn attended a ASstirig of the Supreme Trustees at St Louis last week aalntended to come to Louis yUle together to give an account of their stewardship AsJt was the ab sence ot Mr Croghan was regretted but Mr Quinn and the other Speakers made tip for it Mr Quinn arrived Jin Louisville early Sunday morning and was es c rtedtoSh diarys church whore he attended mass Those who met c him at the tfala were Col Joseph PIc McGinn Wllllam T Meghan andI William M higgins After masS the visitor had breakfast at the residence of Col McGinn 615 West Chestnut street From there lie wont to the Louisville Hotel where many of the Central Committee met him At 2 oclock tho reception committee reassembled and with the two Unlj form Companies assorted Mr Quinn ito St0itarys Hall Eighth and Gra lIon streets On arriving atI the hall it was f und that 400 of the 500 seats Svfcre occu pled by the flower of the order in the three Falls Cities Jeffersonviile and New Albjany beiiir 1wirtteHkrly well represented c5h i2Uni9rm i K tSB1R dip t1 t6ffp1 ranks and then crossed swords while Mr Quinn and his personal escort platformCaptsdonico headed their respective com panies William M Higgins editor of the Kentucky Irish American as Chair man of the Entertainment Commit tee presided and introduced the Rev J openedthef ered time first address He said that t he felt that the greatest plume in his h hat was Catholic Knighthood He said the Knights were caring for their homes and families and as such were following in the footsteps of the apostles Membership in the or der said Father Rock was both of material and spiritual benefit Major Gen Michael Reiehert Com manderinChief of the Uniform Rank was next called upon lIe said the request took him by stir prise but that he always felt impelled to lift his voice in behalf of the order It should number at least 10000 men in Kentucky he said and recounted the opportunities for ad vancement and safeguarding the family He dwelt at length on the military department and the pleas ures afforded thereby Supreme Trustee Quinn was next Introduced and was very happy In Ills remarks He caught his audience at the outset and was listened to with attention throughout He said 10 had found the order in the best possible condition during the deliberations of 4the Supreme Trustees last week In fact it was better fixed financially now than ever in its history So con fident was he in the perpetuity of the Catholic Knights that six members of his family had become members through his influence Getting down to statistics Mr Quinn raid that the mortuary reserve fund now amounted to 1500000 The time is coming he said when the number of assessments would be decreased This would be made possible by the rerating scheme which went into ef 2feeLabout three years ago The or der lies passed through a crisis but is now rated as Al in tho world of American fraternal insurance socie ties As an evidence that the order I prosperitytheenabled to invest an additional 100000 in bonds paying more than 4 per cent which makes an aggregate J investment in giltedged Govern ment State and municipal bonds of 870000 Mr Quinn said he was proud of ibis membership in time order and now that he had become an old man he was glad that he had contributed to the 16000000 that had already been distributed to the widows and orphans by the Catholic Knights of America He said time order t would continue the premiums and payment of medical examiners wlII11nownew branches which will benefit the present membership by reducing time number of assessments Time condition of the order Is such now that with the ordinary expectancy of life it would not have to gain one new member and yet when the last man tied his 98000 would be there for liira Some of Mr Quinns strong points were brought out in response to querlea propounded by P J Ow Ing ana Thoams Kttenau Supreme Detente Harry Vein win W IftttariUe followed Mr 4 Quinn and predicted splendid results front the work now being undertaken lie urged nil to got busy and- hustle and expressed the hope that StateslInI Median said that the State officers would do their full duty in booming time Knights and promised that all would soon hear from time State Board and complimented time Jeffer sonville and New Albany branches for their splendid showing at time mass Yneeting Cal Joseph P Mc Ginn who was one of the Supreme Trustees when the rerating plan was adopted was the next speaker Ho expressed his pleasure at hearing the good news brought by Supreme Trustee Quinn and said it made him feell prOud of his own record in the stormy times now passed by Letters of regret were rend front Supreme Delegate ThomasII QJeaHon of Covington Div AverdickV ol the same city ahJ State7 Treasurer- S lvester Rapier of New Havej each of whom was unavoidably detained at home This brought the bleeting to a close Many of tho assembled Knights were introduced to Mr Quinn per sBnally after which he anO nearly all the delegates to the Central Com mittee went to time residence of Mr h and Mrs Henry Hunold on Sixth street where Mrs Hunold hind pre pared an elaborate dinner for Mr Quinn and his friends Mrs Hunold was assisted in receiving by Mes1 1 lames Henry Gottbreath and George Frey and her daughters Misses 1 Marie and Minnie Hunold After light refreshments and cigars tbeII Misses Hunold played selections on the violin and piano Vocal solosjjwere rendered by Henry Bosquet Capt John A Murphy of Jefferson yUle Capt Gus Kane and a duet bYII Harry Veeneman and William T Mcchan all time assembled company joining in the chorus i Mrs Hunold led her guests to the 1 dining room where a feast fIt frtt Lucullus had been spread Of cotmrse Mr Quinn wna tho gtfest of honor MajoGC1 Ih J CapfcedilBSt Kane William J MedianiIi Henry Bosquet Adam Uottbrath George A Frey Henry Gottbrath Louis B Glass John Schalda Charles DarneyColIJTeffersonvllleEugeneMcCartby Col Joseph P McGinn Charles J Desse and Harry A Veeneiriari ThoIfeast continued for ah hour and a I half anil nil enjoyed the good things set before th maml were loud in ihetr praise i pf Mrs Hurtbldis a Hostess f i ifffflj Mr Qulnn spent a sbertttme at the residence i9f CoimGJnn and vinsftheh ilfortaken to hue tralmS imdett i pressed his pleasure ii cordial reepMoii jih iumiu4hltass itt the l Iid 0 g rd iia J fttt J I EXAGGERATED Monsignor Palconlo Makes Plain MisconstruedPoints Monsignor Falconlo the Papal Dele gate in a recent interview cleared up a few points in the new regula tions of the church in America sinceI provimice I Though placing the United States on equal footing with tho old coun tries as one thoroughly organized and Catholic gives it great dignity and influence in a theoretical wayIpractically the transfer will mean no changes for some The American church will be under the rulings of the canon law but it will take time to understand the tenents and getIthings in working order For Instance though the status of the parish priest will be elevated this change must be worked out according i to circumstances and as various exigencies ariseIMany of the alleged changes conItained in time new Papal constitution have been exaggerated I saw stated that hereafter according to the Vati can decree seminarians should be thirtyone years of age before being ordained There is not one word inI the constitution about the ordination of priests and the rule which has held for centuries in this and other countries will continue to be en twentyfourIs recentlylaidarians of Italy but they do not apply here SOCIAL SESSION Followed Initiation of Pine Class by Division 2- AOI1 Division 24I O H met Friday night of last week and after initiat ing a class of eight candidates held an elaborate social session Presi dent Con J Ford presided and saw that all present enjoyed themselves None was reported on the sick list JudgePatrickJohn P Hellon of Division 4 and others Eulogies of deceased mem bers of Division 2 were the order of time evening and beautiful tributes were paid to the memory of John J Barrett John ilennessy and Owen positions years prior to their death An oyster supper brought time meeting to a close and the division will functions iritilhavionomoresQClal o RICH1 RETURNS T gday W Hartford Conn for time benefit of fhe 8t Francis Hospital of that city SAted time Institution about Jiboui jBj hoii who took frU mLR WM a corps c snltal wearing ADVENT I Begins Tomorrow nnd Catholics Prepare For Birth of Saviour L r i 0 Date of Earliest Observance Lost in tho Twilight of History Strict Observance of tIme Season Varies in Different Countries BEAUTIFUL LESSONS IN LITUR8Y The season of Advent will begin tomorrow anti it is a time when our holy mother church expects her chil hen to practice fasting meditation penance and prayer so that they may be prepared for the great feast of Christmas the anniversary of tIme birth of our Lord and Saviour By pious practices the church and her ministers seek to prepare her devout children for the spiritual advent when time second person of the Blessed Trinity shall come again to judge mankind Although it Is impossible to fix tIme earliest year in which the holy season of Advent was first observed there are historical documents extant which show that a canon of i Council at Saragossa in 380 A D forbade the faithful to be absent front the church services during the threb weeks that preceded Christina In thev fifth century Advent scents Ib have been assimilated to L htand kept as a time of abstinence and a tI- ng for forty days or longer In time Sacramcntary of Pope Gregory time Great there are masses for five Smut days in Advent but about time ninth century they were redud to four So they have remained ever sine Guerangera Liturgical year glvt time above history of the Qbsl1ry net and time author says We Play therefore consider time present discipline of the lobservanee- of Advent as having lasted th0 sand years at least or far as iht Church of Romp Iis xmewneilV t7v With regard tqfa tln imi mb atlaence during Advent the JI raeUea 9f Ia8 pam4mthmsohsermed ift which oivpaiq a period ef rela tJomm followed JWJ a- trtJIL aa sand Fridays in Advent are observed in England and Ireland as days of abstinence in time United States only tho Fridays are observed and in France and other continental countries time ancient discipline of abstinence has practically died out except among religious communities There is a marvelous beauty in the offices and rites of the church dur- Ing this season The lessons generally taken from the prophecies of Isaias remind us how the desire and expectations not of Israel only but of all nations carried forward the thoughts of mankind before the time of Jesus Christ to a Redeemer one day to be revealed they also strike time note of preparation watchful ness compunction and hope In the gospels of this season we hear of time terrors of the last judgment that second advent which those who de spise the first will not escape of the witness borne by John the Precursor and of tho mighty works by which the Saviours life supplied a solid foundation and justification for that witness At vespers the seven greater antiphons are a noteworthy feature of the liturgical year Time purple hue of penance Is the only color used in Advent except on tho feasts of saintsAdvent is the beginning of tIt ecclesiastical year and this year it Is the time for beginning a novena in preparation for the feast of the Immaculate Conception On the first Sunday in Advent too the Forty Hours prayer always begins at the Cathedral of the Assumption the mother church of the diocese SOLEMN TR1DTJUM In Honor of the Ursullne Sisters Fiftieth Year Elaborately but at the same time quietly and unostentatiously did thi Ursuline Sisters of tho Immaculate Conception and Sacred Heart Academies celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the foundation of their order in America The mother house is at 801 East Chestnut street and there the first services of the triduum were held on Tuesday The night Ilev Bishop McCloskey was present and made a congratulatory address On the afternoon of the same day the drama St Angela was performed at St Martins school hall on Gray street near Shelby Incidental to time story of time play a number of vocal and instrumental selections were Interpreted and the whole showed the perfect training given by the Ursulines to their pupils The great day of the triduum was Wednesday when 1100 children from the eighteen parochial schools taught by time Ursuline nuns assembled in St Martins church Shelby street near Gray to attend time jubilee mass celebrated by time Tier Father Ohle assisted by the Rev Father Cpn stantlne O F M as deacon and Rev Father Assent u nubdeaoon Time RlghtXRey Bishop McCloakeyl oc cupied a throne in the sanctuary sail WM attended by the Rev Fathers WMteraum and G uUohOK Cn sa deacons of honor PrIor to the btf ginning of u hbwh d little girls dresed iin lute tflmmed with gold and alnoaaK many boys taste fully attired ethged froumu time seimooi hall and lroestd throug1J Gray e1chure1 cession made dIlngelaJ After time mass the Rev Fitzgerald rhlanllarkpron Christian idtmcation Even though a ermjo children hhv Ian gunge was eioviMut even it simple and the speaKaKfMd not fall to extol the good work al fevby the Ursulmesj Bishop iMcCka f also addressed the clilldrcri lirwrTy and gave them his episcopal btaielng Then as one voice tho ijlOti Jelmdren sang time hymn to St Anglest rime music was inspiring and nU On Thtir tie triduum closed with a solesl of requiem for time repfJe Q8ouls of deceased members of Community This closed tJms31ani and too much credit OB T3 given to Sister Victoria L Superior of time plannedtime 19 DEAT1i- SflmMr null Mmr n A ieliigan have manyfrlendsInlittle spu Jo ane Nelllgan who was in his fl V Time little fel Iwdhdi on ay afternoon and thoJuerallC ace front time fam ihy resl4eiicet 1 Portland avenue Wedt i44 inbr John Voumume1y n engineer in tho enmployofthe S e t Repair Depart meatrlttt ej mtldezmiy while at andnuddlhlreI removed to the PatrickIThqNitchttrch yitf Vfternoon Mr and Strfc ink HiCslIn have time slmpalhy many friends In thiri grlelper 0 death of their little dsughmter i rgaret EIIesltnf who p8l1l1ed Thursday of last placekinturmkyrnorms he deceased was generalJarrnJeIn Mms IItif1tttlft flve years daugimtT Herhro j toers Tr nd Thomas icog riftl0dthre i4RSjBiters survive Mrs K tctriwjUr ada Kd by aUwho kWhr amId funeral which oak pT4ee frini Patricks church ftil MI I 1 5 c1 zi fimrtysece- 1ittrrm aummtlt Idence 448 East Main street Momlay night She was the Wife of John Dolan Superintendent of the Con struction Department of the Lculs ville Water Company who with nine children survive her The deceased was a devout Catholic and was well beloved by a large number of ac plncofrommorning Michael Welsh died at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital as the result nmornimgliedeath was not unexpected The fu neral took place from time residence of Ills aunt Mrs Susan Mullaney 870 Seventh street Friday morning and the requiem mass was celebrated at St Louis Bertram church Tho deceased was n son of the late Mr and Mrs Thomas Welsh and a brother of James Welsh the plumber amid Dr Thomas Welsh the dentist He was fifty years of age Mrs Barbara Gipperlch an old and esteemed member of St Martins congregation died at tIme family res- Idence 628 East Madison street at 1245 oclock last Saturday afternoon Sue was seventynine years old and had spent tho greater part of her life in this city Two sons and three daughters survive her The funeral services took place frpm St Martins church Monday morning when the Rev Father Ohio celebrated the solemn mass of requiem Many old friends and acquaintances accompanied the remains to their last resting place in St Michaels cemetery James W Couchman a retired business man anti one of time oldest members of the Holy Name congre gation died at his home in Lynn hurst on the Seventh street car line early Monday morning Death resulted from n complication of diseases Time deceased was born in Indiana fiftyfour years ago find came to Louisville at the age of six teenFora number of years lIe was In the employ of the Louisville Rail way Company and then embarked in the grocery business at Fourth anti AVery streets A few years ago he retired He is survived by his wife one son Dr Hurry Couchman the dentist and three daughters Mrs Elizabeth McGutre and Misses Ida and Anna May Couchman Tho funeral took place from Holy Name church Wednesday morning HANDSOME NEW CHURCH The new Church of St Frances do Sales at St Louis was dedicated on Thursday The spire is the tallest in time Mound City Time top of gilded cross on the spire is 285 feet from the pavement Bishop Janssen of Belleville lIj officiated at the cere monies RISHOP MQUAID IMPROVES Time Right Rev Bernard J Mc Qiiaid has so far recovered his health that he has been able to return to his episcopal residence in Rochester He is how making preparations1 to spend the winter inthemllc1er climate of Georgia and while there will be the old friend Bishop JCilcy Time Bishops returneffOfbi8occasion for much rejomoing Csvholics of hlocfritu A1 BAD ACTOR One Reformer Who Suffers From Lack of SclfControl at Times Mark Oabliart Forgets Some times About His Official Duties Rough House Started and Riot Alarm Drought the Police HOMICIDES PROBABLY AVERTED County Clerk Mark Gabhart seems to have as great a facility for break ing into unecessary trouble as ho has for breqking into politics One stunt seems to exceed another in its perilousness and people wonder what the end wilt hbe Ills latest escapade Occurred during the llatter part 61 neighborhooddemorl grain elevator and likewise the em ployes of a big carpenter contractor That some one wits not killed is well nigh a miracle Yet Mr Gabhart has not been arrested The police know about It many men witnessed the whole affair but hitherto it lets not appeared In print This is the same Mark Gabhart who was elected County Clerk a year ago as one of the moral reformers He was hardly warm in his office before he figured in the breaking up of two Jefferson street saloons rear the Court House Both offenses oc curred the same day Tho matter was squelched somebody paid the bills Later on he and two of his deputies went to Knacks saloon at Twentyfifth and Market streets created a disturbance and Gabhart left after one of his Deputy Clerks had been put to sleep with time hard est side of a lemon squeezer Then he refused to allow Democratic Workers to copy this registration until the courts interfered He thought better of It when he fount a jail sentence staring him in the face On the night of election he refused to allow Democratic workers theballotvinced that he Was up against it The latest offense is more grievous than 11l fimo Io1iomvingtQrfrcnmmbe Pk irttMlrT1 rqiA fltrotJthe courts sliQuld i becdrne neceS- sary For the present time only need Is to tell a brief story of what hap penedThis is the way the story is told Joseph II Green a veteran carpenter contractor nnd a Republican con campaignfundCounty Clerk Mr Green aspired to mnkthimnight later In the campaign Gabhart approached Mr Green and wanted to borrow 10 to treat hjs friends Mr Green had only S5CO in his pockets but accompanied Gabhart to a saloon on Twelfth street told who he was and Gnbhart ran credit for 440 worth of drinks Time rolled on and John Chambers InspectorMrseveral Inquiries and discovered that Gabhart had indorsed a third man for the place Later still he discovered that Gabhart had not paid the bill at time Twelfth street saloon He was angry and did not hesitate to say things about the County Clerk Of course all time talk went back to Gabhart Mr Green is engaged in making certain improvements at a large elevator In the southwestern part of the city and one afternoon during time latter part of last week Gabhart drove up to the elevator and asked for him He was told that lmigherfloorsemployesCall tobuildCounty Clerk None knew Gabhart and Mr Green was summoned appearedGabimart GreenisBystanders whose veracity is un jumpedintowith the remark Im coming back fixedMr Green returned to his work in time upper part of the elevator None expected time return of Gabhart but he came back Then time grain ole vator people and the employes in upstairsGab11arts ening that he demoralized the entire force of carpenters and elevator operatives In his frenzy he said CountyClerkshipRepublican Mayor of Louisville Ho became so ugly that one of time elevatorthreatened RepubIIcanwhoscene but who knows how to be cool and conservative prevented what killingspeanwhllein Gabhart concluded to get away waltoncrovQand three bluecoated men remained at time elevator until work ceased for the evening Mr Green was escorted home by two plainclothes men at the end of his days work There hiss been no arrest not a line in the daily papers How long are these reformers to t e allowed to run at large SEVKNTOtTH BIRTHDAY r Philip Eiuramenffer the vettraa park mtuiM Jptebratod his seenl duringthecongrqtulatehimturns of the darlhe host provided a haasepeffer lunch and mummy other good things in the way of solid and liquid refreshments There was an orchestra on hand anti Jf Eisen menger waltzed to the air of Lauterboch just to show that his seventy years had not made him dizzy Among those present were James Mcllhenny Nicholas Boslcr M HenryBosquct AngoloMnzzoniTheodore tMcnk Charley Becker Gus Schcffel George Bicrod Col Sebastian Gunther and Louis Eisen monger When some one commented on the fact that Mr Mcllhcnny was the only Irishman present Mr Eisen mengcr explained that Jim was the slnlttenorgroundslhmlrtyfourth fifty years ALL GOOD MEN Are Those Nominated For Office In Mackin Council The previous announcement that Mackin Council wall to nominate of ficers this week brought out an unusually large attendance Tuesday night President Robert T Burke presided One application vas received and one new member was elected The Visiting Committee reported that six members were ill Grand First Vice President Edward Kelty was given a warm welcome and made a brief address Eugene JCooney was present in behalf of Trinity Council and Invited Mackins members to visit Trinitys bazar which Is to be hold early in the new yearBefore entering upon time nomina announcedIday evening Many of the members wanted President Burke to stand for reelection as an indorsement of his conrteouslydeclined was honor enough and that there were plenty of other good men fitted for the position in the council The nominations resulted as follows President Louis J Kieffer and KennyFirst President Frank A Lanahan and Thomas D Clines Second Vice PresidentJohn J Lynn and Samuel L Robertso- nReOOrdlng6ecrotaryJlenry G Hill and Thomas F Bachman i Financial secretn Frank Gj TiiiCrrespontiing F Burke Robert G Osborne arid Thomas J Gilllgan Treasurer Dan W Weber Marshal William F Schaetzly and Adolphus Andrlott Inside Sentinel J C F Bartsch and Tyler M Charlton Outside SentinelWilliam D An drlott Executive Committee Robert T Burke William Kerberg C J Walker James Mullarkey Lawrence Kinsella Austin E Walsh W A Link J J Kolrow Sebastian Ilubbueh anti Henry Moran Medical Examiners Dr Michael Casper and Dr A R Blzot foregoinglistelection1Iumesdaybut friendly ELOQUENT PRIEST Will Conduct Two Weeks Mission at the Sacred Heart Church The Rev Father A A Lambert of Chicago a renowned missionary will open o two weeks mission at Sacred Heart church Seventeenth and Broadway at the late mass at 1130 oclock tomorrQw morning Time Rev Father Patrick Walsh and the people of Sacred Heart parish are eager in their anticipation of tho good results to be obtained The mission will open with a high byFatherexercises will begin at 730 oclock when vespers will be followed by the recitation of the rosary a lecture by Father Lambert and benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament During week days the first mass will be celebrated at 5 oclock and will be followed by a brief instruction The second mass will be at 8 oclock also followed by a short Instruction The rosary will be recited each evening anti will be fpllowed by a lecture and benediction The first week will be for women the second for men Vis itors from other parishes and non Catholics will be welcome at all the services Father Lambert is well known in Louisville where he line in past years given missions at the Cathedral and other churches Three special events will be celebrated while the mission Is In progress the feast of time Immaculate Conception time consecration of the Sacred Heart church and tho anniversary of the death of Father T J Disney first pastor of the congregation PREPARE IN TIME The diocese of Cincinnati will cele yearsltenceseem to be preparing for Iit even now The editor of time Catholic Telegraph writes Cincinnati should celebrate her centenary In a Cathedral as splendid as those which her ypuUger sisters of St Louis and St Paqlare lulldlngand pride in her exalted i lace m time American church yeni elation for imer heroic past and liope of future for her yenmor If dons should prompt every loy child of the rehdiocMA to pray I Ilaor for this supreme object NEW TACTICS Employed by Irish Lender in Parliament to Secure Redress a lIon John 13 Redmond Grew Tired Waiting For Liberals to Act Will CarryJlomo Rule Question- to the Homes ofDrltlslt- Elcctors IT IS BETTER LATE THAN NEVER Tired of the dilatory tactics of the Liberal party in regard to measures beneficial to Ireland Hon John E Redmond leader of fIfe Irish Parlia mentary party has determined to owngrou111Thocomments on the new movement and sa partMr inaugurated at Manchester a series of meetings which are to be held in various centers throughout Great Britain the object of which is to educate time masses on the other side of the Irish Sea on the homo rule question This is work thatwasdone very effectively in Gladstones time with the result that Gladstone introduced a home ruin measure vastly more sweeping than the present day official Liberals are willing to contemplate Gladstone knew that he had an educated public opinion behind him as the result of the splendid work done under Parnell The present day Liberals feel that home rule has not been made a living issue in politics on the other sldo of the water and that time average voter In Great Britain knows little of the subject and cares lessPv Mr Redmond has done welt in showing the British workman what the home rule demand Is and why he should call on his Pariiamentar representatives to concede it Those MYthatclaims which do not conflict with national selfinterest We aro not competent to pronounce on such a verydifficultelector that it 1Is In hsowh interest 18 well as tbatotlulrtlandthatiomewt Itiil i ti reteseft able man not prejudiced will admit that English government in Ireland has been a costly failure costly to England and damaging to the na tional prestige It Is easy to show that it is of no advantage to Britain keptinstantly seething with discontent Time contrast of the Transvaal but recently holding at bay the armed might of Britain and today enjoying the blessings of selfgovernmentT is too obvious to escape the dullest And when the average Englishman is enlightened as to what home rule neighbor rIghtkindkindMr Itedmond made another forcible appeal to time English work ingman by pointing to the work of legislation Englanda strong point in time English char acter but there must be some recognition of the work done by such Irish leaders as Michael Davitt in uplifting the workers and that recognition may well result in a more friendly attitude toward the Irish causeThe work inaugurated by Mr Red mond has been too long delayed If we are to win our legislative Independence from the British Parlia puttingInoven by organizing Irish opinion which so far as home rule is con cerned is fixed and unchangeable Pressure must be brought to bear on Parliament and that pressure should come not from Ireland alone but from that portion of the British electorate which Is passively friendly to Ireland It must be made actively friendly Mr Asqulth must be shown that there is a disposition to settle this Irish question and that he need not even wait for time next general electIonIn which his party will very probttbly be beaten to secure a mandate to introduce a home Englishwhat they have given their sturdy opponents In South Africa and thus to end a state of affairs in Ireland which is b discreditable and dan gerous to England and if thOyhqw their sentiments clearly to their rep resentatives In Parliament we may yet see even Mr Asquith summon up sufficient courage to Introduce a home rule bill equalat least to Mr Gladstones DR STAFFORD MEMORIAL His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons presided at St Patricks church Wash- Ington I D C Wednesday at the impressive memorial services In honor of the late Rev Father D J Staf ford A superb white marble pulpit was dedicated to his memory It was made of specially selected Vermont marble octagonal In form and orna mented with carved groups of fig ures Rev Father John Cavanaugh President of Notre Dame University preached the memorial sermon LITTLE 8ISTHRS Q In this country the Little Sisters D of the Poor number630meuWetlI They minister to over 9000 poor and aged men arid women in fortynin bomuI I I ENJUOKY IRXSH A1MERICAN of flMERIGflN Irish Americans ad Catholcs IIrIIRISHi Hibernians StcondClni of YEAR CO America Incorporated netter Young SINGLE Mens Publishers COPY 5c AMERICAN 33537 West Oreei St i NOVEMBER 28 1908 COMIC OPERA WAR 4 The people must have the news if you cant get it make it Is the Injunction of the average managing editor of the present daysensa tional dallies and magazines Apropos of this an American yellow journal published a reputed interview be tween an American correspondent and Emperor William pf Germany i It led people to believe that Kaiser Bill was incensed at his Uncle Ned otherwise Edward VII mngof England and Emperor of India The German baiters of England were at once aroused and threatened war against Germany The German Reich stag jumped on their Emperor with both feet The Kaiser repudiated the Iinterview and William Bayard Hale the correspondent with whom the alleged Interview took place repudiated it That quieted the Germans but not the Britishers Now comes Lord Roberts the British Field Marshal who sees untold perils from an imaginary Invasion of Great BritainFrom nn unbiased American viewpoint it looks and sounds like n comic opera war The uernians arc minding their own business and the American people have no quarrel with them Neither have they with England but our people ore not going to get into an entangling alliance with the lat ter country because the German baiters of London desire It The study of English history reveals that her armies have never been successful unless she could get her wouldbe victims at war with each other WOES OF LIBERALS Three bills of extraordinary Im portance are on the programme for deliberation and discussion in the British Parliament this week but the cables have not informed us of the fate of any one of them They are In order of procedure the licensing bill the Catholic school bill and the Irish land purchase act The Irish Americans are more interested in the latter two than in the former The defeat of tinY cnoof thcthTee7it believed will cause a dissolution of ParliamentWhile of these bills involves 4 complicated questions to the people of Great Britain and Ireland they are still more complicated to the average IrishAmerican who knows but little of the intricacies of British A Parliamentary workings Concerning the school bill there are 2000000 Irish Catholics in England Scotland and Wales who want to bring up their children as staunch Catholics They have built schools of their own and want Catholic teachers 11OConnor M P says this of the situationThe have no hostility to the Catholic schools and have offered them reasonable terms but their dif ficulty in dealing with the question is that their own extremists resent some of their concessions and they find It difficult to give the Catholic schools concessions Which they have to refuse to tho church of England schools For instance no Catholic 4 would have any teacher but a Cath olic teacher and the Liberal admin istration does not want them to have any other but it is difficult to propose a law to that effect at the same moment as it is proposed to compel the owners of Church of Eng land schools to appoint teachers independent of religious belief It Is difficult to reconcile the abolition of tests in a Protestant school and the admission of tests In a Catholic school especially in a Protestant country and by a party which Is strongly Protestant This question has ben as great complication for the lush as fpr the Liberal party The heads of the Catholic church iu England mainly English and Con servative always have tried to induce the Irish Catholics toote Tory while tho Irish Nationalists believe it Is better for the interests of the schools as well as for Ireland that they should vote Liberal The Liberal Government It seems has practically decided to set aside 5000000 for the purchase of land In the congested districts of Mayo and Galway but this will cause a storm from the landlords who do pot consider the terms generous nough I The first named the licensing bill U JisJ the most iriporUnt to UritisherJ liJB aTOeaijure to reduce the number of MlooHi and to restore the monopoly they now enjoy to the Stafe at the end of twentyone year TILlS measure excites interest for iwofe8OnaflrlJton account of illa vast finanalal amounts involved and secondly because Englishmen resent any interference with personal and social habit This rbU1S booked to come before the House bt Lords for 1U seCond ftdlDartbla I week Since the cables have brought I no advices it Is probable that both Liberals and Tories nde playing for time with Ron John E Redmond and his cohorts watching for the best chance to benefit Ireland Up to the present time Dr McKlm the Episcopalian minister has not accepted the challenge offered by the Rev Father Russell of Washington D C relative to Catholic tolerance in Maryland and other questions of a historical nature Probably the Doctor sees lie is up against it The Louisville Evening Post said a few days ago that Lieut Robert J Foster was leading in Its popularity contest for a trip to Cuba Why not send him to the Philippine Islands lIe would know more people there If Mr Carnegie is in earnest about tariff revision why Is he afraid to go before the Congressional Commit tee That historic water filter stub bornly refuses to perform its duty Whose fault is it City or county officials are like other people who seek troublethey usually find U- LINCOLN MEMOIUAL Cornerstone to Be Laid in February With Grand- Ceremonies The cornerstone of the Lincoln memorial building which is to be erected on the old Lincoln home stead near Hodgcnvjlle in Larue county this State will be laid on February 12 A minature log cabin fashioned after the one Lincoln was born in will be placed on a pedestal on the main floor of the building Cut into the granite work of the front will be the following This building is erected to mark the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln sixteenth President of the United States of America born on the twelfth day of February in the year son L Underneath this inscription will be Lincolns immortal wQrds With malice towards none and charity for nil1 The cornerstone will be laid on February 12 1909 the anniversary Lincolns birth President Roosevelt and other notable persons will be present LEIIMANNHECKMANN One of the prettiest weddings of the season at St Vincent de Pauls church was that which united Miss Mary II Lehmann the charming daughter of Mrs Mary Lehmann of Logan and Kentucky streets and Joseph Heckmann the grocer at Twentythird and Market streets The wedding was solemnized at 9 oclock Thursday morning and was followed by it nuptial high mass the officiatingMissof honor and John Heckmann was best man Leo Schindler and Emile Lehmann were the ushers and Misses Emma and Carrie Lehmann were the flower girls A breakfast was served I at the home of the brides mother and later in the day Mr and Mrs Heckman left for a trip to Chicago and the Northwest The bride Is the sister of the Lehmann brothers tall ors Both the young people are de servedlv popular in German Catholic social circles WEDDED FORTlSIX YEARS Fortysix years of wedded bliss are more tlian fall to the ordinary couple so that when It was an nounced that Mr and Mrs Philip Hilaebrands fortysixth nuptial an niversary would take place on Tuesday their jnany friends hastened to offer their congratulations The couple were married in Alsace France in 1862 and came to Louis ville five years later For many years they have resided at 1423 Twelfth strcet and are held in high esteem by all who know them Three children were among those to offer congratulations Mrs George Hart man Philip Hlldebrand Jr and Charles J Hlldebrand bookkeeper for the Central Consumers Company KNIGHTS GO TO BARDSTOWN Louisville Council Knights of Columbus will exemplify the three degrees at Bardstown on Sunday A Knightsironthe Union Station Tenth and Broad way at Soclock tomorrow morning The train will return immediately after the banquet and will reach Louisville before midnight It is ex BawlingIresented Tide is the second inttta- ition to be held by Bardstown Cotta ell HOPKINS THEATER HopkinsTheaterhouses from sixI to eight times Oi day Manager Dustin always blends enough of this pathetic or tragic with thd rldiculpiw tot make Ide entertain ments attractive Not the least enter taming features are hem lltratei eachrolmanc Anothei1 8X6 ent let 0 flhDareproml for week i SOIETY I Miss Dessie Burns is the guest of Mrs Ragland In Jeffersontown Mlsa May Mulvey spent the past ten days with friends in Lebanon and New Maven Mrs Mary Powers of Frankfort is the guest of Miss Ann OKecfe 525 Zone street Mr and Mrs Dominic Schuler of Highland Park will spend the winter in Louisville Miss Eva Webb of Jeffersonvllle Its the guest of Mr and Mrs Charles Lynch In Memphis Miss Edith Malone has gone to Baltimore where she will be the guest of Miss Margaret Gans Miss Mary ODonnell of New Albany Is spending the winter with rel atives In San Antonio Texas Miss Maria Coons of Minneapolis has been the guest of Miss Marie Murphy of Portland this week The Four Leaf Euchre Club was en- tertaIned by Miss Amelia Sjanier Fourth and N streets last night Mrs Richard Dehoney and daugh ter are the guests of her mother Mrs Welssenberg of Coral avenue J K Shannon and Arthur W Fryxell were among the Louisville guests at West Baden Springs this week Miss Wene L Curran of 227 East Ormsby avenue has gone to San nah for a two weeks visit to Miss Georgia Jette Mrs C A McGee and children Christine and Cecil have returned from Parkview where they were the guests of Mr and Mrs Will McGee Attorney A J Bizot is receiving congratulations over the arrival of a son and heir at his home 2210 West Broadway The baby arrived Saturday The wedding of Miss Lillian K Sennlng and Edward C Franz was quietly solemnized in the presence of a few friends at St Anthonys church Wednesday morning The condition of Mrs William McDonald who has been seriously ill at her home 210 Twelfth street Is un changed but her many friends are hoping for her speedy recoverl Miss Marie OBrien entertained on Monday with n miscellaneous shower anti 500 party in honor of Miss Lillian Sennlng whose marriage to Edward Franz took place on Wednesday Miss Margaret Nell Median and1 Dr Charles Jt nen were quletllmnr ned at St Patricks rectory day afternoon Immediately after the ceremony the happy couple lleft for a ten days trip to French Lick Springs Miss LQulse Burke and Maurice Roland popular young people of New Albany were nfarried atHolyTrlnttv church Wednesday morning The Rev Father Charles A Curran per formed the ceremony and many friends of the young couple were present when the nuptial knot was tiedThere Is joy In the household of James Treston 2235 West Chestnut street over the arrival of a handsome baby boy Hitherto the Trestor babies have been girls and the six sisters are as proud of their baby brother as is papa Jim The little fellow will be christened tomorrow at St Charles church Miss Eliza A Tabler and Nelson R Petry SecretaryTreasurer of the New Albany Tribune were married at the rectory of Holy Trinity church Now Albany last Saturday morning the Rev Father Charles Curran officiating After a trip to Chicago and West Baden Springs Mr and Mrs Petry will begin housekeep ing at 2029 East EJm street New Albany Miss Mayme A Hoffman and Al bert Schmitt prominent young people of New Albany were married in I St Marys church In that city Tuesday morning and left immediately for Lafayette Ind where the for tunate groom holds a responsible position with a railroad company He Is a grandson of the late Edward Crumbo former Mayor of New Albany Miss Elizabeth Mcintyre and Nathan A Cooper were married in the rectory of the Cathedral of the Assumption on Thanksgiving after noon the Rev Father George W Schuhmann officiating The bride is a daughter of Mrs A McIntyre of 617 Seventh street and tho groom is a well known young attorney and is connected with the firm of ONeal ONeal Dave Garvey left Tuesday for Knoxville to join his wife and to be present nt the golden wedding of Mr anti Mrs Frank Bundschu par ents of Mrs Garvey He remained In Knoxville for Thanksgiving day Mrs harvey will return home next month A number of other Louisville relatives of Mr and Mrs Bundschu went to Knoxville tg attend the celebration Miss Emma Allgeler and Edward Oesterretter were united in mat rimony at St Francis of Assist church on the Bar stpwn road at Q oclock Wednesday morning The bride is the charming daughter of Mr anil Mrs Lawrence Allgeler and time fortunate groom occupies arc sponsible position with the Phil Holenbuch Company After a bridal tour through the East Mr and Mrs Oesterretter will be at home to their friends at 1005 Stevens street GIVE GERMANS CREDIT Says the True Voice of Omaha The German citizens of beveral Best em States have organized for the purpose of calling attention tp what this country owes to time Teutonic stdek A very good ides Most of mr school histories have been writt Einwlth a strong AngQSU011 bias very influence exerts Ifthe EDt Lriuncn or their deucendents has been magnified andshl other nation j alities have been Ignored This Is not falj Were it not for the Celt and Teuton the United States would never have attained Its present status as a nation Give the German credit for his share in upbuilding great country FUNERAL OF JOHN HUGHES Time funeral of John E Hughes who died at his home on Twenty sixth street near St Xavier on Sun day night took Illacc from StI Charles Borromeo church Tuesday morning Tho solemn mass of re quiem was celebrated by the Rev Springfieldillwith the Rev Father C P Raffo as deacon and the Rev Father Denis Murphy as subdeacon Bernard Hughes a brother of Ute deceased came from Denver Col to attend the obsequies Mr Hughes was born in Louisville thirtyeight years ago Ills wire and four children survive him lie was an efficient member of the fire department for several years and later became n commercial traveler He was highly esteemed by all who knew him URGED TO MAKE RACE J J Kavanagh one of the Assistant City Attorneys is being urged by many of his friends who arc leaders In the Democratic party to make the race for the nomination for Prosecut ing Attorney In the Police Court Mr Kavanagh is a talciued younir man and has won ah enftable reputation a3 a ready speaker He Tins a host of friends who believe he can win tho nomination and bring strength to the ticket next November Mr Kavanagh proposition DIED OUT WEST MaryKerthinand Mrs W R Cheney at Redlands Cal arrived In Jeffersonvilte Thurs day and were taken at once to St Augustines church where the Rev Father John OConnell icelebrated a mass of requiem Tho deceased was seventyseven years old and spent the greater part of her life In Jefferson vllle Two years ago she went to manyfriendsPASTOR IS PLEASED 1 The brtzar for the benefit of St Patricks school attracted large crowds Wednesday Thursday and Friday afternoons and evenings The turkey dinner on Thanksgiving day and the oyster supper Friday even Manyhandsomequite n nice sum wlltJle realized when all the returns arIln The Very Rev Father James P Cronln is delighted with the aid given by his friends YOUNG LIFE CLOSED Sad indeed was the death of Will iam Diersen n promising young man of twentyfour years who succumb d to tuberculosis at his home 1012 Ash street Monday night His mother and three brothers survive him He was connected with the firm of Diersen Bros brewers The funeral took place from St Boni morningManyattending the requfoon mass CONSECRATION COMING Time Very Rev Owen B CorrIgan who succeeded the late Bishop Curtis as Vicar General of the archdiocese of Baltimore will be consecrated titular Bishop of Macra on January 10 His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons will officiate at the consecration which will take place in the Balti more Cathedral Bishop Corrigan will AuxiliaryDlsbop MOTION PICTURES The fame of the four theaters un der the management of the Princess Amusement Company Is constantly increasing Ladies tired of shopping or with tired children find it enter taining restful and instructive to nnhouror Dreamland Theaters New films are run In each of the theaters every i day PRIZES APPRECIATED Time military euchre and dance given under the auspices of the Uni TrinityCouncilsa pronounced success Both the upper and lower halls were filled and the prizes were handsome and useful The success of the first venture has Inspired the Knights to try the experiment again after the holidays HIGH SCHOOLS BANNER The beautiful purple banner borne grIdiron of Col and Mrs Charles P Dehler Who made the gift in behalf of their son George Dehler a High School freshman It is the largest and bythedulY1Ppreciatedby SHERIDANS ANNIVERSARY Wednesday was the twentieth anniversary of the death of the illustrious Gen Philip Henry Sheridan The magnificent statue of thd dead General has just been erected in Sheridans Circle Massachusetts aye nue It was unveiled with great mil itary ceremonies President Roose volt and former Ambassador Horace Porter made time principal addresses I GUESTS OF FATHER HAYES After returning from time Catholic Missionary Congress in Chl ago the Rev Father Charles P Raffo went to Bowling Green for a few days d ring the latter part ot last week Father Rafoand Father John Gastoldf of Colesburg were guests Hayesduringof Warren SUFFERS IftJART1 ATTACK Mtes Josephine Pasljckj one of the most charminjj young ladle of the East End is suffering from a serious attack of heart trouble at the home of her fathe rlfenr PoMckilhe well known real estate man at 1418 Everltt avenue tbr many friend hope for hr speedy r ooverjr RIGHTS OF fiOLUBIISI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Price 11111 Council Cincinnati has been organized with sixty members The council at Moline 111 Is plan ning to give A minstrel show after the holidays The Kansas City Council has pur chased a home at a cost of 22500 of which 10000 was paid in cash It is believed that several hundred members of Louisville Council will attend the Initiation at Jardstown tomorrowArchbishop Elder Council Cincin nati will celebrate its anniversary In February with on elaborate literary and musical programme Supreme President Edward L Hearn of New Maven Conn attend ed the thirteenth anniversary cele bration of San Salvador Council New York Monday night WyohasRapidsthe Bishop spoke was crowded to its capacity each evening and at no time peopleThepaid by the Cedar Rapids Council NICKNAMES OF STATES Alabama Cotton Plantation State Arizona The Apache State Arkansas The Bear State California El Dorado iColorado Silver State ConnecticutLandof Steady Habits DelawareDiamond State Florida Everglade State Georgia Empire State of the South Ida1rOem of tile Mountains IllInoisPrairIe State Indiana IFoosier State Iowa Hawkeye StRt- eII1nsasSunfower State Kentucky Bluegrass State Louisiana Pelican State MUlne iPune Tar State Maryland Old Line State Massachusetts Bay State Michigan Wolverine State Minnesota North Star State MimisslppiHayou State Missouri Bullion State Montana Bonanza State Nebraska Amtelope State Nevada Sagebrush State Now Hampshire Granite State New JerseyGarden State New Mexico Sunshine State New York Empire State North Carollnh Old North State North Dakota Great Cereal State Ohio Buckeye State OregonBeaver State Pennsylvania Keystone State Rhode Island Little Rhody South Carolina Palmotto State Tennessee Volunteer State Texas Lone Star State UtahDesert State VermontGreen Mountain State Virginia The Old Dominion Washington Evergreen State- NERVOUSNESS There is no doubt that nervousness Is becoming more cotnmon with school children Years ago It was an unusual thing to find a child a nervous wreck now It Is very com mon Many reasons arc advanced The strenuous life the crammingat schools the Inability of some chil dren to keep up In their studies with others ns well as a dozen other reasons Harmony In time household is a cause which many do not con skier You never find a nervous wreck young or old In n family of even tempered kind and affectlonnte persons It Is In families where the loudmpithed boisterous members predominate and the less fussy and noisy laember suffers from the shouting and yelling of the others Mothers should for many reasons train their childicn to speak in a soft subdued voice It adds dignity to their man ners and does not disturb their own nerves or the nerves of the other members of the family POTATO CHOCOLATE CAKE 4 Do not be afraid to try this cake because It sounds queer It is de licious and will keep Indefinitely Twothirds of a cup of butter two cups of granulated sugar one cup of mashed potatoes hot onehalf cup of sweet milk two cups of flour four eggs two teaspoons baking powder heaping onehalf cake of unsweet ened chocolate onehalf teaspoon each of cloves and cinnamon one cup of chopped walnut meats Mix sugar and butter to a cream Add eggs and milk then potato mashed smooth and hot also chocolate which has been allowed to dissolve over the teakettle Flour baking powder spice and nuts Bake in a moderate oven MASS ON SUNDAYS The obligation of attending mass oi Sundays Is strict and the violation of it is a mortal sin Every Catholic is aware of this obligation When Sunday comes all other considera tions must be laid aside and the first thing that a Catholic is bound to provide for is the time to go to the church and adore God He may take physical rnd mental rest during the enjoyiOnoentto recuperate this strength for the toil of the coming week but he dare not violate the obligation of hearing mass KNEW TIlE LAW An Irishman wishing to take a homestead and not knowing how to go about it sought InformatiOn from a friendMike he said youve taken a homestead an I thought maybe ye could tell me th law concerning how tq go about It Well Dennis I dont know th exact wordin uv it Th mninln uv it Is this The Government Is wlllln t bet yer 160 acres uv land again 14 that ye cantllooo it five years without 11th arvIn to death j FLANAGANS FIRST John Flanagan the JrlshI athlete wMdlstlngcan teamt the Olympic games in London was telling some friends his fIrM nights experience as 4 NeW York policemen Jle IWM sent to a beat in oJMJofII tha iouftart localities n the city u 0 STEWART DRY GOODS CO s Business Established Sixty Years JEv3oJttcsToRLI I IImportant Sale of Beddh AT ngItIt Prices Much Below Regular V 1 Wool and Eiderdown Comfortsjj Choice of a handsome line of Eiderdown Comforts size 6x7 extra values beautiful patterns of French sateen coverings with 6inchI border value 650Sale price each I IExtra SpecialWoolfilled Comforts beautiful Iof silkoline best quality of wool also has cheesecloth interlining our own man I ufacture extra size value 850 price I Extraordinary values in Silk Comforts size 6x7 best quality of down covered with fin quality of Jap silk choice patternsI Iest r 1500valueSpecial I IHandsome line of Wool filled Com own extra size choicest patterns of silkvalues 18 and 22I Special in this sale at 1250 and CottonFilled Extra value in Comforts filled with white cotton full size for double bedI regular 150 special price I IdoubleJ I I priceii- I I IlingI gular 550valueSpecial at I Ifortscotton fnll size for double bed regularI 500valueSpecial at I E IISateenI terns 350 value Special price I Ask the Club Plan STEWART Incorporated GOODS COtI 1M CONNECTION WITH JAMES McCBEEBY fc W NEW YORK MUSIC HOME appreciate FARRANDOEOILIAISr Will supply this music if there Is no one In the that selectionIsare stamped on the roll showing anyone just exactly how to secure the proper Come In and permit us to show you more about the FarrandC- ecliianMONTENEGRORIEHM Incorporated t t FINE wxircs AL KOLJR 1 345 West mOAnsjj18 Hit t I r FOR Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to a WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers KATIE SMIT- HLrDYBMBrLBft Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a HOME PRONE 1077 and came upon a crowdof drunken rowdies who were disturbing the peace 4 iByes yed better be alt gob along home Its grpwhV tate I says when I panic up to them said Flanagan u Go to Texas you bg Harp wan of them yells back to tie qalistenerQh I laid down me nUrljtBHck and we lariaganAnd juti11ebytheir 500 I 648 JEiderdown 1200 ISilkcovered manufacture 1500 I Comforts Silkolinecovered 98c I 125t III 398 I 350 U 198 IIAbout Household DRY IN THE PIANOfamily expression MUSIC CO OCDSO8O FOURTH AVENUE CHAMPAGNES Green StreetLIQUORS AGNES Specialty Home Builders Look Herer We want your help and will pay for it We will give 25 percent off our former prices on GRAINGER COURT lots to 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for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST W N II you are hunting for a plastering material that will not delay your building on account of freeiing weather call up or write Kentucky Wall Plaster Co i IJCORPORATJtDI I Brook and River Louisville Ky Also operating the HoosIer Wall Plas ter Plant JeSersonville Ind Phone 555 HOME PHONE 8772 John Me Ridge f PLUMBING AND GAS FITTINGI Jobbing and Sewerage Promptly Attended To Gas Arc Tights Trimmed JUO Overhill Street a HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal lientucky Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BONC Telepheee1848 234 SIXTH STREET ftPkY tiUNOLD DRA tRIN1 I lidlUCJlGfenrr s t 1 tA FNtST LAlljltEiIN OCNNECTION d wPttlte fa ptill m We mm 7Ut7 ULBYS Monday Tuesday and Wednesday even ings and Wednesday matinee George M Cohan will present his musi can comedy THE YANKEE PRIN- CECOLISEUM NOW OPEN SKArINGEvery Day and Sunday 1 0c HOPKINS 1IQc Where the Crowds Go HighClass Picture Entertainment Continuous from noon until 1030 p m Change of Program Tuesday Thursday and Saturday UNDER i ONE MMANAGEMENTFI- RST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO Casino Theater 417 Fourth st Princess Theater JOr 348 San West Street BBijou Theater 317 Fourth st 4gqWestDrGamsdct We cater especially to Ladies and Children jIve your boa an education thatt will pre pare tthem for Iljq ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the Xaverian Brothers Classical Scientific and Dullness Courses Preparatory Department Jarge Swimming Pool weilgggfp d Gymnasium Ternb Moderate Bro James pliii riomiPhon 1942 Cumb South 628 THOSJKEflNEy CUT RATE DRUGGIST Prescriptions called for and delivered in any part of the city without extra ntcutprlcesISCHOOL SUPPLIES looks Slates Tablets Etc SIXTH AND OAK All thtr new Fall land Winter StYIsAnd Shapes can be found here at reason tibia pries eaL j BOOST LOUISVILLE KEEP MONEY HERE FOR HOME DEVELOPMENT BY With the Citizens Life Every policy issued by this Company is guaranteed by the Deposit with the Treasurer of the State of Kentucky Our Special Settlement Policy Does Not Increase in Costt And becomes paid up in a limited number of years It is the best protection that you can secure and for the least cost IfF You Should Die Tonight Would you leave sufficient protection for those dependent upon you Think it over and if you are not sure that their income would be equal to the provision you are now making for them talk it over with us and secure one of these policies A Small Sum Paid Each Year 7 protection in case of your death or a lump sum in cash for your own use in old age CITIZENS INSURANCE COMPANY M W BURD MANAGING DIRECTOR CITIZENS LIFE BUILDING Home Phone 1161 Cumb Mala 1200 HIBERNIANS I What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Superior Wls has a new division with eighty charter members Division 1 of Hartford Conn in itiated seven candidates at its last meetingThe Auxiliary of New Britain Conn has a well drilled military corps- Progress and prosperity are distinc tive marks of those divisions that support juvenile branches A real Irish jaunting car was a feature of the Hibernian division orII paradeAfter of the County Board at Buffalo N Y eleven candidates were initiated Albany was one of the lending counties in New York in making gains during the past two years Boston now has three juvenile di visions and Major P J Moynihnn is training them in military tactics and manucvcrs Mrs J ONeill has been reelected County President at Newport R I over her protest She had served seven consecutive years Auxiliary No 12 of New Haven I Conn was organized in 1890 with eleven members Now it has 685 on its rolls and all in good standing Division 1 and the Ladies Auxiliary of Bangor Me held a sale and re ception on Wednesday Thursday and Friday nights A dance followed the reception each night Division 8 of St Louis gave its sec ond anual ball on Thanksgiving night Miss Marie OReilly a popular mem ber of the Ladies Auxiliary was crowned Queen and Misses Kate Morrison and Margaret Johnson were maids of honor A large attendance is expected ntc local divisions this week because nominations and elections of officers are scheduled as follows Division 1 Tuesday night Ladles Auxiliary Wednesday night Division 3 Thurs day night and Division 2 Friday nightWhen the Rev Luther Matthew Creamer celebrated his twentyfifth sacerdotal anniversary at Man j chester N dl all the local Hiber nians joined in a parade in his honor and were ncorapanled by 135 of their brethren from Concoru and 100 from NashuaUnder the new State bylaws each of the divisions will nominate and i elect officers on the same night Instead of a month impart as hereto fore No will be permitted and nominations and elect ions will be by secret ballots The nominations and elections will be made by the respective Louisville divisions at their first meeting nights in DecemberThe Hibernian gives the following good advice Nominations and elections for division officers now claim the attention of the mom I hers If you have a tried and true officer dont swap horses crossing a stream Also select some of the young memebrs and thereby encourage them to attend all of the meet- Ings Lest we forget pay your dues once a month It is easier for you and your division will then have a steady income COLISEUM The masked carnival at the Coli scum Thursday night was an lInq all led succeSs The floor is kept in growing vances MAGISTRATE GETS COMMISSION Magistrate Adam Snahn has re calved hU commission and has been sworn in by County judge Peter He wll enter upon his duties as Justice of the Peace on December 1 Mr Spahn ran ahead of the ticket in the First Second and Third wards MAOAULEYS THEATER George M Cohan will present his musical comedy The Yankee Prince at Macaujeys Theater during the first half of next week Mr Cohan will bring the original JJew jibrk production andS company of 100 SAILED FOR HOME Archbishop Irelandof St Paul MIunand BUhop Scahriell ofiQmaliii ailed from N w York Thur lJ for Rome witfthey UJM1T1iIrr X cm attaining i 4 prieit jY J 1 IUSITE IRELAND I love old Wexford county fair Louth and Wlcklow too My hearts at home in Dublin where the skies are ever blue I dream of Antrims purling brooks rayoAnd me back to Cavnn and Carlow Im proud of Corks own country of Kerry near the sea While Sllgo Down and Derry are just as dear to me I harbor not one prejudice I have no east or west I know no spot in Irelanu holler than the rest- Fermanagh Meath and Donegal are pictured in my heart While Monaghan and Leitrim are of Kings and Queens come to mo in dreams And I bless the sun that daily warms sllrrystreamsIfor Tipperarys men Who fought the foeman hand to hand glenIcast or west There is no spot in Ireland more sacred than the rest Westmeath I love and famed Armagh Galway and Klldare And myheartfondly speak of Waterford as ownWhile for Kilkenny and Tyrone Then heres an honest Irish toast let kinsmen bear in mind Theres work galore for honest men throw factions to the wind Let north and south go hand in hand likewise the east and west For theres no spot in Ireland more brave than all the restJ S O DISCOVERER OP GOLD DEAD The death is announced of Daniel Shea who emigrated from Cork to Australia in 1837 discovered in company with another irishman the goorile goldfields and was award ed the magnificent pension of 100 a year for revealing the richest square mile in the world The Australian papers tell us that he knocked about the Australian and New Zealand goldfields for a quarter of a century before he and his mate Hannan camped on the site of Kalgooriue It was llarinau who actually discovered the golden glories of the place by accidentally kicking a nugget while searching for a strayed horse but as Shea was his partner lie shared the honor and award While working on a goldfIeld in New Zealand Shea had a mate named Richard Seldon who was destined to become the Premier yearsSheaAustralian metropolis but he never went to bed Through force of long habit in camping out on goldfields he could get sleep only when lyIngon HINTS ON STYLE Fur hats are pretty in new shapes and styles No end of braid Is usedon fash ionable gowns The appreciation of soutache is greater than ever Plaited ribbon trimmings appear on the dlreqtolre coats J Coats are long and they were never of more graceful cut A great deal of swansdown is used to trim the black hats The colored net waistcoat is one of the novelties of the day Dyed tin every Available tint the ostrich plume still holds sway The mourning veil of today though of Atiff1mackand blue are all to have colored col lars Black and white is likely to be an enduring favorite thrp18banother season The great breadth ot the crown of the new hats makes the brim appear moderate Trimmings on velvet have a certain degree of novelty and in all cases are effective f One of the handsomest coats seen this season was made of broadtail in dlrectoire Style 0VaaaY8nearlyaUVom n wear jabots and among the rattiest is the grandfathers frill Jjany blouses are JD4 lIe without cob lars td accommodate mp many be coming neck fixtures- WNIIG4RI J OR PAINTING person oai ofrlsoakIscloth with VtoiiMi1 Mad fairyl to dhHse i Y r BY PATRONIZING LOUISVILLE INSTITUTIONS LOUISVILLE Insuring Willguarantee LIFE partThe IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges expectedInCountyLouthEdwin Harris LL B has been ap pointedsolicitor to the Newry Urban CouncilExtra police have been sent to County Longford although there is no disorder there DallJkealJvalued at 260000 Edmond Cronin 100 years old died CountyCorkthe rising of 07 In the County Clare Tudge Dodldn awarded 200 to Michael Hogan for six head of cattle that had been driven Qff his lands last September The death of Sister Evangelist a well known Sister of Mercy has taken place in the communitys con vent at Dunmore East County WaterfordAt of the Tralee Rural1 Council it was unanimously decided to give preference to Irish slates for roofingbuilt- Michael the laborers cottages about Winters a member of one of the old and respected families of Tullin Eglsh County Louth is dead He wns a devout Catholic and a staunch Nationalist- At the last Quarter Sessions held JudgeOverendgloves as there were no criminal eases before the court The deatfi of Mrs Francis Lynch of Gortinea County Leitrim has caused widespread regret in tne dis trict She was a member of the well known Annaduff family Rev Father P Finegan who has been curate in Dundalk for fifteen years has been transferred to Toher where he succeeds the late Father Powderly as parish priest The sale of the Templetown estate has been declared off because the agent repudiated the terms of the contract and thus 050 tenants will lose the benefits they expected In Galway the port District Council has decided to have the work of street maintenance done by direct labor so as to provide employment for laborers during the winter James McGough a respected citi ShantannghCountyyears of age and was hale and hearty until three weeks before his death Ills wife and three sons survive Miss Mary OConnell daughter of ShungarryCounty vent of Mercy County Galway She will be known in religion as Sister Mary Benignus Hugh McCloskey a postman in the County Monaghan was found drowned in the Ulster canal at Rec tory Bridge Tyholland and so far nothing is known of the circum stances of his death He was fifty years old VISITS NATIVE LAND The Right Jlev Dr Higgins Bishop of Rocknampton Queensland who has been enjoying a vacation in his native county Westmeath paid a visit to Trim and was much impressed wlUi what he saw In the national con vent schools FEWER IMMIGRANTS Irish immigration to the port of New York has sunk into insignificance compared to what it once was We are pow getting about 33000 a year from there while immi grants from AustriaITungary number about 338000 annually MADE MONSIGNOR The Very Rev Father Mackin pas SYashlagtonDt WnalIngton The first was Monsignor Thomas S Lee pastor of St Matthews church CHEElt UP Some are always looking tor the dark side Such generally find ft optimistwhobeautifuldays butILoftheRico looked for the bright side said to oWJWrD arkediWjl1 grandma I aoUm you have olytwo FRANK FEHR o BREWING CO 1 Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY Cumb Phone West 191 1913THE WIEDEMANNINcoaroRATBDI BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafe Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor sc c Gruber Deuser Managers LouIsville Ky 1 1l l DRINK Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BY r SENN ACKERMANB- REWING COMPANY INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOUISVILLE IL- tlir ASK FOR FALLS CITY BEER 1 ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOMF PHONE 7669 COMB PHONE WEST 89 JOHN B FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTEL COINCORPOI- MTBDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERS 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY 6Has fl Rogers tls BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of thtlr kind in the city Books Magazines and Religious Articles os EVERY DKSCHIPTION 434 West Jefferson Street 4 Whitesides Bakery 14TH AND BROADVY Finest Bakery IDn the World Because of the great interest in our modern plant we have determined to continue our invitation to the public for ono more week Three thousand persons Inspected the most improved bakery In the world Friday night OPEN EVERY DAY Special arrangements are made for the night crowds from 7 to 10 p m as that is the best time to see the plant in full operaHonIIFOR GOODNESS SAKE come and see how we make 6i Mothers fad I nave yon had a look at the clock OFFICE HOURS 8TO6 SUNDAYS 9 TO 12 DONT YOU WANTG- ood Dental Work Dose For the Least Money Oar Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DRH JJ COUGHMAN DiiM I OFFICE 543 FIFTH 8TIIBST tttth Ettltr1 but I than ik God that t4eyare fornlnat each oUieIk COICEJ Cut Blooms Plants and Designs at RIGHT PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST j 644 FOURTH AVENUE Both Phones 223 PRIVATE HOSPITALF- OR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville Ind own and manage a private hospital for the care and treatment of Insane and epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reasonable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA MERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jeffersonville Ind CBa THOMPSON FLORISTRosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed HENRY AAtJJ POLS DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED phoneys 528 Fifth Street WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS u I SALOONVAL LESTER PROS Hot Lunch every morning from 9j3i A to l230 oclock iSt w fTge Ad p 1 KENTUCKY IRISH AM73iRICA1 THE BIG STORE SURPRISE SPECIAL SALE I IIBoys Fine Overcoats All= Wool M G CO 5 I High grade stylish and serviceable made I I sale Friday one week beginning today and ending OnII 1 THE BIGMARBUESTONE STOREMIL- TON 424 4 NNNNNNNN NNNO O NN14sNtHNNHNNNNNO tOEOROERIEOERt N W Cor 4th and Jefferson Sts Floor Over Hays CloaK Store t tSecondt Jewelry Silverware t 1 Watches Diamonds and Novelties f Come to Me for Your Holiday Gifts Why pay ground floor prices when I guarantee to save you from 10 to 3371per cent on the same goods Remember I keep anything that is found in a first class f ground floor Jewelry Store Thirtytwo years in the Jewelry Business corner Fourth f fandJefferson streets t Elevator oa Fourth Ave Elevator on Jefferson St George Rieger Jr member of Mackin MI will be pleased to serve his brother CouncilII f fYt and see me NNNONN6NNttNNlt NNONNINNNN +NNNO Goon TIIMES Good cheer and good health are In store for everybody that drinks Mulloys Teas and Coffees Thelt never varying quality and freshness is the cause of their popularity a SPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR socGreen Black or Mixed Teas an excellent Trade 1 pound for MULLOY 5tlDetweea 45c COFFEE ROASTER W MAI2K r Z I2ICIDT IID t + 0 M r REMINGTONSHOLES TYPEWRITER i i All makes REBUILT andsecondhand from s 15 to 75 AsIc for Fu11- Pcrtiou1ArLS l slCumb Main 363a WellmanBosCo I i 114 Fourth t jLOUISVILLEj oooooooooo + oxooooooOOOoOOOXXOOOOXo N4NN WHEN DISSATISFIED WITH OTHERS TRY PEERLESS LAUNDRY lNCORPORATBD Family Washing 50 Per Pound t Newest and Most Modern Plant r in the Cityti HOME PHONE 1641 CUMB Main 16a I 32931 Third St LouisvilleI Ky O bf N00 N EQUICK a For many years the Quick Meet has been universally acknowledged the best gaa range In the market They cook quickly bake excellently and on account of their pal i1ralt burners consume Jlesa gas than any other They are more easily cleaned and are made to lest The new Improvements this year will keep It In the front rank Having made our 1907 contract before the advance in prices of all iron goods we are able to aell at old prices GEHER SON 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND w PRINTINGCommercial work of all kilado by the = L1Kelt1ickylrilh American in the latest and r R tetftrfe+ Give w a triall order 1 i t CITY SCIIOCKED When the Death of Mrs Tony Landenwich Was Announced Universal sorrow was expressed iin Louisville when it became know- that Mrs Katherine Landenwich ha died at St Josephs Infirmary a Saturday evening following an operation for appendicitis She had been ill only n few days The operation was performed Thursday and then It was found that she was suffering from a complication of ailments tha proved too much fQr her weakened I constitution The funeral took plac o from St Anthonys church of whic she was a devout member on Tuesday morning and that edifice was filled with the sorrowing relatives and friends of the deceased Mrs Landenwich was preparing to celebrate the fiftythird anniversary of her birth on January 13 She fIs survived by her husband Tony Landenwich the veteran caterer andI the original proprietor of Fontaine Ferry Park and tho following children illnrry Meyer a son by her first marriage and George A Landenwlcli Mrs John Schwind andI Mrs Mollie McCorkle She was not only a loving helpmeet to her hus band but his business partner well and was noted for her to churoh and charity PIANO RECITAL Was a Revelation to Pupils of Holy Rosary School The teachers and pupils of Holy Rosary on West Ormsby avenue enjoyed a delightful piano recital given by Patrick OSullivan I Thursday afternoon of last wee Louisville Is justly proud of he favored son Mr OSulllvan who iis numbered among the great musicians of the twentieth century Ills selec tions moving with simplicity hasten ing with dazzling technique ever artistic soulful and true swing th E pendulum of emotion from laughter to tears from tears to laughter as joy or sorrow chance to be the Inspir- Ing motive of his theme Among his own compositions several of which he played wac one nlaythethe face of some loved one com dimly into view and as the plays- continues the vision becomes more vivid until just as it appears to be quite real it vanishes leaving you bewildered by the sudden return to realityMiss Steinert rendered beautifu- selections l in German Latin andI EnglishOn Ionda the pupils of the higher classes entertained the teachers nnL I the pupils of the primary grades with n brief musicale in honor of St Cecilia the patron of music who iis said to have played and sung soI sweetly that she often heard thei voices of angels from the heavenly choir mingling with her own Thei smaller pupils at Holy Rosary Academy will have their entertainment The Coming of Santa Claus next month ENJOYED TREAT Division 4 Hears an Able Address on Timely Topic President John H Hennessy pre sided over a well attended meeting o Division 4 A 0 ii Monday night and reminded all present that the nomination and election of officersI would take place at the next meet ing the second Monday in December He asked for a full attendance Stephen J McEllIott was made temporary Secretary in place of Frank P Burke who was absent MichaelIi membershipJohn ing recovered from the effects of a recent accident and William Reardon and William Hannon were reported on the sick list William P McDonogh Chairman of the Entertainment Committee re ported that everything was in readiness for the euchre and dance on Wednesday night Michael McDer mott made a report of the latest de liberations of the Jefferson Federa AttorneyNewtonveryinteresting comprehensive marks were much enjoyed and the members gave him a rousing vote of thanks The speaker showed the weak points of socialism and how the Catholic church was its sturdiest opponent while its advocates wero atheists and infidels VICTIM OF LUNG TROUBLE The funeral of Thomas Gavin who died at his fathers home 821 Logan street on Friday took place from orningTheeighth year and is survived by his father John Gavin and a brother William Gavin Death resulted from lung trouble and the young man succumbed nfter an illness of several weeks From his boyhood he bad been employed as a clerk in the Ninthstreet Tobacco Warehouse and was one of the most popular young men on the breaks ills family have the sympathy of many friends in their grief The Rev Father Daniel F Gallagher preached the funeral sermon and paid high tribute to the deceased and told how well he had prepared himself for eternity MISSING FRIENDS Mrs Katie Walsh of 890 North Humboldt street near Palmer ave nue Chicago 111 under date of November 18 wrote Chief of Police godfather j godmother Mrs Ellen Barns The correspondent writes that her family J name was Catherine Ann Kehoe She bras born June 14 1861 and was bap- tlzedJn St Johns church a week or two later The writer declares she j was born jn a house owned by Rich ard Story Her fathers game was Michael Kehoe and her mother was Ellen iHaHy Keho The parents came from Louisiana to Louisville I but Inter Mturasd to Louisiana J SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O x1- UVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday MunoyVice JrITreasurer Charles J Finnegan DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month FordtVice President Dan McKenna TreasurerOwen Kelran ThiynchFinancial KeaneySergeantntArmsJames SentinelWilliam Nash DIVISION 3 Meats First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeenth and Main Streets President Patrick T Sullivan Vice PresidentMartin Sheehan Recording Secretary L J Mackey Financial Secretary J G Ilesslon Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon Sergeant iCArms Patrick Begley asDIVISION 4 MondaysBertrand Presldent John H Henneasy LynchFinancial Mc Donogh 1212 Sixth street Recording Secretary Frank P DurkeTreasurer BradySentinelSergeantnatArmsr John Doolaa DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days Each Month at Plans HalL KenneykCole- r TreasurerBernard A Coll Recording Secretary T OHern Financial SecretaryChas Bobardi Sentinel Timothy D Kenney Marshal William Dorsey Jr SergraulatArmsBeraarl Coyle Y 11 I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentRobert T Burke First Vice President Frank Lana ban PresidentSamuelrRecording f Secretary Austin E Walsh Corresponding Secretory Thomas Bachman nt 1Financial SecretaryFrank 0 AdamsI WeberTreasurerDanMarshalA DuddylChief Hanger has not been able to locatoelther Mr Healy or Mr Kehoe It is known that Richard Story is dead Col ITaagcr believes that the whereabouts Qf the misisng people may be learned through some of the older IrishAmerican residents of Louisville who are readers of the Kentucky Irish American t REORGANIZATION Of the Democratic Party Machinery Is Under- Way The first step in reorganizing the partyfwhen Commltteemen were chosen by n majority of the Democratic voters in each precinct On Monday the Precinct Committeemen met in their respective legislative districts and elected District Chairmen Great in terest settled in Jefferson Countys result The following District Chair men were declared elected Fortyfourth B Weaver Fortyfifth John P Carney Fortysixth H H Goccke Fortyseventh John J Barry EdwardsFortyninth Fiftieth Thomas J McDonogh tiruberItof these committeemen to elect a Chairman of the City and County Committee They purposelIonCommitteeman for this district pre sided Gen John II Castleman and T S Minor were placed in nomina tion The vote resulted in a tie The fopClst1ema Goccke Barry and Edwards Minor Carney McGrath McDon ogh and Gruber Mr Head who presided was asked Headdeclaredto make his decision in writing The meeting was adjourned until Monday when Mr HeedAvill hand in a written ruling in thematter Every true Democrat hopes the matter will be settled as soon as possible so that factionaldifferences TRINITY COUNCIL Trinity Council held a brief but well attended meeting Monday night with President Kelly presiding ev eral applicationl were received and the various committees on entertain meat and for the promotion of the bazar showed bust great progress was being made An early adjourn meat was taken to allow time Uniform Companies of the C K of A the USB of both the upper and lower floors for their military euchre and carnival AGED PRIEST DEAD AlbanybroughtTpihn Mbugin who was rector of agoFrom ville and had charge of a tn that city severall When he was about seventy years old he retired from his duties as pastor and returned to Fmiice the land of his nativity and in tda hIho elnall- roan town m r Paris Father Mougln was a1 htyfour ye r801d and wu highly i tteeme4 by all who knew him f VERY FITTING Was Observance of Feast of Patron Saint of Music The feast of St Cecilia was ap propriately observed in the church SundayTheBrady officiated at the solemn high mass In the morning and the sermon was preached by the Ilev Father Constantine C P The music of the mass was rendered by an augmented choir under the direction of Miss Agnes Richter In the evening at 736 oclock sol emn vespers were sung and were byFatherCoustantine Self Control The eloquent Passion 1st handled the subject in a masterly manner and pointed out figures In history men like Alexander the Great Julius Caesar and Admiral Stocssel who were able to control vast armies and navies and yet who passionsSelfcontrol only be obtained through the grace of God and then in connection with personal endeavor Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament closed the services GRAND CROWD Attended Social Session of Germantown Branch- C K of A Branch 32 C K of A held a social session at its hall Shelby and Oak streets Thursday night of last week and many of the other branches not ably Branches 25 6 and 642 the two military companies and the Central representedPresident chair and upon welcoming the vis itors expressed his pleasure and sur prise at the large attendance The Rev Father A J Thomas pastor of St Vincent de Pauls church also made a brief address commending expressingthePresident Schalda reviewed the work of the branch and said he hoped they would soon equal the largest branch in the order lie then introduced Attorney Newton G Rog ers who delivered an able and force payinghighhe declared second to none in the United States Others who addressed the meeting were William M Hig HenryFranckoThe latter spoke in behalf of the two plansGenmilitary department and said that the order had gotten down to the true spirit of fraternalism He pledged the services of the companies to pastorsState in behalf of the State officers and Ben Speaker an old and reliable entertainer made a humorous address CaptOscarBen Bcckmann made a very business like address in which he urged all to investigate the C K of A and ascertain its good features Cigars and refreshments were served in abundance during the evening MISSION SERVICE At St Bonifaces Church Will Continue Three Weeks A mission of three weeks duration began at St Bonifaces church Green street near Jackson at the late mass last Sunday The first week is for married and single ladles of the congregation Next week will be for the married and single men During these two weeks the sermons are to be in the German language During the last week the sermons and in structions will be in the English lan guage and men and women will both attend The priests who are giving the mission are the Rev Fathers Chrysostom Theobald Isadore and Angelus all members of time Order of Friars Minor At the opening of the mission last Sunday the edifice was crowded to the doors before the officiating clergy and missioners preceded by a procession of boys and girls entered the church froni the street and pro ceeded up the center aisle to the main altar The music was splen ChrysostomTheobald missionary band preached the initial sermon along the teachings of Our Saviour that there is but one thing necessary the salvation of ones soulWhile progresstheremorning followed by a brief instruc tion so that all may leave at 545 oclock There is another mass and instruction at 830 oclock In the evening there will be the rosary sermon and benediction at 730 oclock CAMPAIGN FOR MEMBERS Division 3 A O H held a well attended meeting Thursday night of last week with Judge Patrick T npplications and the Chair announced that the nomination and election of officers would be held at the next regular meeting which will be next Thurs day night It was determined to be gin a campaign for new members and D J Coleman was appointed Chair man of the committee Aside from these features the business was strictly of a routine nature W P McDonaugh representing Division 4 and invited the members to Division 4s euchre and dance QUITE A SUCCESS The euchre and danco at time Uni versity School given under the auspices of Division 4 Wednesday night was quite successful Not only did the division turn out well but the other three divisions and the Ladles representedThel The floor was ht excellent shape for dancing and the young folks did not tire until sitter midnight Dennis Collins orchestra rendered the mu kihdt best style All who at tended enjoyed a delightful evening n GREENES F- ORFnrnittre Carpets I S and Stoves More for your money and better terms Special Prices on Dining Room Furniture for This Month JAMES GREENE 4252729 East Market St BEST TERMS LOWEST PRICES LOUISVILLE IS BECOMING FAMOUS BY THE SPLENDID DISHES THAT ARE SERVED AT THE KENTUCKY DAIRY LUNCH 350 WEST JEFFERSON ST THE BEST PEOPLE eat there by the hundreds why not you see the sign JAJVIE 13 OA MP Owner NNN1N NO e N 415 Per Ton of 2000 Pounds BE GUIDED by your best judgment and put aside all prejudice In business matters If you never try FOX RIDGE you will never know what HIGH GRADE FUEL means t INcoRroaerEDcanD4PS UNION ICE CREAM CO l xc xuafccgturerr of Pure Ice Cream and Sherbets 627633 EIGHTH STREET We have our own Dairy and Ice Plant Separate our own Cream This en shies uftto put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competitors Home Phone 2144 Cumb Main 1429y r Cr JO O tBE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 353 SECOND STREET i F SULLIVAN Manager uZeiAIQITA817FDi FORr Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season SprluLambcity We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market products LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY IY J BANNON Pros ft Mgr NM PJ rt P BANNON TrcLVie Prss i 1erlllJ Kentucky VUi Brick Co I INCORPORATED Maaau3eatoturere of VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK rl FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS Office 508512 Wletfilralil Sf Warts MagMNUttMi 91h sill 101k TELEPHONE 873 TELEPHONE Z piitMNIs1N DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing ForteUSCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SNOEIM- Go 4 o r M CalfW Forasid DHv r4 t t OTPICE a1AW PoRoI