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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r n I KNTUCKY IRISH AMERIcAN rL LGAiE XXINO 23 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY r DECEMBER 51908t PRICE FIVE CENTS LOVE EAST Follows Election TV of 1Jlfe f liit I a Very SpirtedlJo1 I iJoBoth Sides PkkciraootlfarcHJ and the Campaign IVis Earnest 1j Trinity Has Nominated Splendid Set of Men For tlie Oflices f I I THE rM I YEAR IS CLOSING Mackin counciltlueld its annual election Tnesday night and the con tests were the most spirited in the history of the council Yet It was all goodnatured rivalry and when it was aver there were several oisnp polntments but no sore spots Ah upbuildingromaking7 Kieffer the newly elected Prerf dent ns successful as itsi predeces largestthatIn Mackin Council One can realize that the meeting was large when It Is considered that 237 votes were cast and that the receipts of the evening were 243 It was announcedpu that the council now had treasury or more than enough to pay off the 3000 note that will fall due In May When President Robert T iBurkc wyis elected last year ho pledged his best endeavors to raise the amount necessary to pay oft the note during his administration Now that the amount has been raised the council gave three rousing cheerVfor President Burke But the main Interest in the evening was in the election of officers ijpoliticiansbeen there before and what the lead englneerlngdeals lhenomlnatlonsprevious and immediately the ad Jierents of the respective sides lines- up i for battle The Kieffer forces Jthoughtsoon ns the nominations were made The supporters of John Kenny appeared to be the boys in the trenches f s yfarthKieffer l RaltlywalubhedPoo while James T Shelley wns Itdeelopedi a propelling trflinchinc and h became known as the Hitchcock and Steam Roller of Mnckin Council rathethethat lien J Sand had been elec histickettime for the other side to Invent nicknames The Kieffer allies called Gotrey kept on working for Kenny nnd his joldntheg h holding nlglitly caucuses and taking 1 straw votes It was anybodys race 1until the ballots ndenttellers twelve to represent each side thirtyminutesr sballoting resulted as follows President Louis J ivleffer First Vice President Thomas n Clines tSecojid Vice PresidentSamuel Lr Hobertson SecretaryThomasBachman F WlltlamFBurkeFinancial SccretaryFranlcAdams Treasurer Daniel W Weber Marshal Adolphus Andriott BartschOutside AndrlottCommitteeRobertBurke V andSebastlaJi Uchl1elCasrer 1 While the ballots were being con t ndmembers and loneInpr tical jokes resulted to the re electl of Adolphus Andriott aa Marshal did not care about the office but s cumpalgndodgers matt e cnndldatesfrvanquishresponded ho members for the honor conferred up giroetime its Councils high standard Jo lly1IemembersmLoutsgreatest in the councils history The theIlrstJanuaryTrinitystrictly business meeting Monday night and cv tonothoJ Led nttthe nightlreceivedthe rePorte= tvhig night was the most succ ful in the iflistory of the eonticili iHMiiliMtioni rMultiid as fblhw1 j a Pr7ee1d btJDle8niXt1Y no podtioa- Pion lilrstdestEttgav Cooney w f lUUiinonI Financial Secretaryclemens El lert and Frank Brlggeman Recording Secretary Raymond fciyl no opposition i Corresponding SecretnryIFrank Brlggeman and Fred Gerard Treasurer Vic K Ecker Marshal Bernard Morthorst and hn Cunnlffe Inside Sentinel Vetter Rappel and hn fclrnheld Outsldo SentinelWilliam Wentzol an LoExecutivel der John Klaphekc Dr BenJ Lam mers John L Cunnlffe Edward GeorgeKlrchdorferI Gerard and Vie Ecker Collector Henry Beckman PRIZE AWARDS Fortunate Ticket Holders W St Patricks flag Bazaar The award ot prizes on the com bination book AjrVSt Patricks ba afzaarthe school hull and resulted ns fol k wsFirst pCottrellavenue fifty bushels coal Second No 3470 Mrs John King 1121 West Jefferson street handsome gThirdhClearywbrellaFourth N6 3325Anna Nay Falla 1hay 1614 Bank street pair Sacred Heart pictures FinneganNhteteentlt rugSixthny Morris chair- Seventh No 7114S Arvin 217 fiftybnshelsEighth Xo 9861 J Bannon 2307 Rowan street heating stove Ninth No 10060 Thomas Hayes 1024 Portland avenue gold chain rosary Tenth 1460D J Dougherty 1231 goldAside book J Inrkctij work and William Silk 121 dollTheyniHpectivelyi PCronin Hii hilifriendsJ lcebazuarparticularn theladles I b particularlyti whn prtSidedlnthedlrilng Toani4 tSirs Dora McGinty who had e ssstandas the main booth in charge of Miss Mollie Curran l donatedbrl c thhildrena ALWAYS PREPARED Subject of Funeral Sermon Over Remains of Dead YouthbSt PaulH church Jackson FridaymorningSt InSt1 result of blood poisoning Not only were the lay friends present butt there were quite a number of priests trihutesi x years ago graduated with honor from Stt Xavlers College and whoI was rapidly forging to the front In1 thb nosiness world when he was stricken by the hand of death The as wUI theneu t otStofAssUls TiTpastorofPfeUferRevBrotheri Inthe1lurrtsermon wasI an ardent admonition to the living as well as a ulogyof the dead tobnbe lietieexampleeve a was worthy of emulation The clergy present 1 ofeloquenceAt the close of the services at tthe church the assembled clergy accom Isitcltaeed s sung Bernard Ilamlng was the Secretary c ConstrUltlonCompangamin r Preathnton superintending cor tain construction work In St Lou K apparenaketly Inhlll1QathTRIBUTE TO pBAD PRIEST The miners I rellh1entsshowthoI otheRevlloflmeJof last week Heha4 been pastor of for10rinesaJl AllThathe thehepop theJI dtpOtiacl1 l l ate ICSItsryi I BANKRUPT I Harry T Crlttcuden of Reform Fame Appeals to Federal Court tus Vissumn Succeeds William Hymens Live Stock- Inspector Democracy Is United While Kepubll focnnat War THE EVENING POST SOLICITUDE When it became known Thursday ternoon that Harry i Crittcnden Ihad applied tto the Federal Court forirelief us n bankrupt Louisville peo remarked Another reformer gone to the bad patendentjHirtinent during the Grinstead re I me Almost as soon ns he Was Into office he removed hite employes to make teat for negroes and then finessed the negroes up In yellow cloth to resem jble hams that had been smoked black In his petition to the Federal Court Crittenden sets forth that his liabilities are 77670 with assets of CXllIptlonstems to have led an Itinerant life If he were not Stiperlntendciit of the Street Cleaning Department dne might cull him n hobo His petition clalmsl1galnllthim trusted In Cor don had l1eattyvlllc- lanlI tort Worthington Beard anAAnchorage Crittenden got his city jjo asbleges that his debts were incurred for merchandIse igroceries and boy p brAI played nt the City Hall Tuesday ght when Louis Vlssmnn was elect ed Lh nesj enry t and Frank Rogers the choice of seventeen members of the General Council Thirtyfive of the thirtysix members of the two VJssmanewho ins been In the Rye stock bust tess all hili lit + ed only three votes pl tgcdth e tiroolrmen 1et ltb eOt v assembled and the vote wns nken Dr llarthill had fifteen votesleVlssmnn three and Rogers seventeen Jefore the vote was announced tho llarthill adherents hurried to chmtgtettheir votes to Vissman so did the s of th11atklna1 Mri YlfI man was declared elected Mr Vissman is conceded to be th jest equipped man for the place Hef Is not only more familiar with the liive stock question but he Is a moro astute politician Those familiar with Dr Henry llarthill declare he not even know how id stamp his 4it the November election and Instead of stamping under the log Jhtu election of Vlssmnn removes nn ob Ktncle from Mayor Urinstcadfi ttriumphal march Vissman has been long identified with the BrndlcyWIII t son wing of the Republican party tie is too good n citizen to remain quies gent if he sees any attempt at graft The live stock insppctorshlp will not spoil him He succeeds William Byrne n Democrat whose term is UrrlwhaRenergetic official His friends re jolce that If he had to be ousted op intelligent Republican hns been elected In his stead That the Republicans have beenI llosing no time In organizing for the coming municipal campaign is ev Idenced by the number of clubs that are springing up 11 mushrooms all over the city In most Iinstances the officers are holding down city Jobs The only fear is th there will not be clubs enough to around Councilman Eugene iai has been elected an officer in the ayrtvelith Ward Republican Club Suppose the other members of tne Daily family holding doyen city jobs or partyInldarmy of Liberia where they have 113 officers and seventeen privates In each company Some of these elubn rivals too ln the Twelfth ward dJohn Reeder one of the Aldermen of Big Seven fame Is opposing 1L H1 McCulloch City Tax Iteccirer sad a man credited with having the Twelfth ward In his pocket tIn a c oral other wards similar condition prevail While the Republican camp Is thus divided Into warring factions the Democrats of the city and coon have gotten together In excellent shape The party is more united n oatthan at arty time wjthln the l twelve years All difficulties we solved Monday by the election of Dr J R Collier as Chairman of the City and County Committee Although fin active Democrat for years Jrjollier had never allied himself wjtti Iy faction neither has lie ever sa plrifd td political prcfevment Jtls election Is looked upon as a splendid piece of politics and all who ha tr Dr Confer bellcye that He will eta til far is square I allora1 concerned Next 1 in importance WM the civet H Sbwij as Secretary t1b mIkmoorEe City sail Cpnnty Cpmmlitf Mj ltrbe i has WVMI WMWIW tla oJ lift morn tbaD a decBn anti haB toff tten moreIbNil laAy oldfr head aver knew about the game With such ablemen as Chairman and Secretary and with competent men leading each Legislative district there ought to remain no doubt about the result i i November Those at the hem wilt s cc that the Demo crntlc party will j ame the best pos sible candidates if r4 every office to jbe filled In nW tBe way can vie tory bevgalned5jf t II publishedhe denounced th Republicans for sidetracking him on account of his religion it has ideveloped that he was not the 0 who tend to be ostracised on I1lyi1e of religious prejudice On nda before the November Junior Order organIzationhetmeetingsr the express parpose of effecting an organization Jto defeat lIon Swagar Sherley upr Congress Mr Sherley is not a Cethollcbut he had ninny Catholic si pgortcrs and he won despite the vork of the Junior Order j lenIngCarrying about tTie Democratic party He imagine Jsnll sorts of din things for the parilii Louisville am I Jefferson counts tJjutthe people oak What interathas the editor partWhat sh111Aeisrty no harm Ither are they dt publictrom I publican party ofIwhlch he seeks tt- be to u lender j MANY 9PRN Laymen andJJ Clergy Paid Respects ast Bier of Educator f Prominent clerg and la sc Faathedlast Saturday toflfsmstt nt the ob sequles of Drotlle Abrahamant of atheranks of the fhr tian Brothers in merica HLs dcc jth resulted from thma an aIme tfrom which he Jfpreviousresident of Roc Rhl College Onl other und serer 1nieces survive in IrelandquKnown as ICusak Brother A rahum was born ar Inns Counfi If ildare IIreland UnltC1Statesf brilliant young jsliinen under the guidance of ihejleifned lirothrr IV ban the close ftl tmll ndsiscr of- ttthe famnua Arcli l ipiP Uughes ofI Nett York akive61as n Cmrdirtn1 Cullen of Kubllt MOil these Of er pf the tinsythersf them distinguished themselves 1 eir In respective spheres and have ft nn indelible Imperils on the Catholic youth of the United States Brother Abrahams first essay as a wenj wherele a en transferred to Albany S Y where brilliant success attended hh y thinel city ninny of the leading clergymen merchants and professional men hay j ing been his pupils In 18QS he witti i eollegehp was largely associated for the last forty years barring short terms nt Lnr fcalle College Philadelphia Man hattan College New York Cnlvcrt Hall College Baltimore and St Johns1 College Washington In allj these schools he filled time various hairs of higher mathematics meat alofphilosophy and higher English He WOK for many years the colleague nnd collaborator of famous Brother Axarias Brother Abraham was a born edu enter Ills success as n teacher was phenomenal and his very presence inspired respect and application Ito study Xo other Christian Brother morebfghlJ ORANI RESULTS Expected Prom Labors of koRev Father Lamberts Mission enjoyegok wetiYdj amnexti ahup assistatis being conducted by the Rev gltissionsen a sinus The ipastor the Rev Father Patrick Walsh is much gratified withj the devotion shown by his peoplesThe mission opened at mass at 1030 o clock last ayhimi FathLambertontoant fncldentallypald high tribute to tie memory of the late Father Ter 1 of pastorSacred ek Sunday evening the crowd was so large that all could not gain admls churchty the masses are at nenandIeveningra at theIlIamep gramme will be tarried out exc yhphbelthe for e rt Invite the men of other parishes and also nonCathplics to attend the mission services TItNienl loulafi tileI iaegtt at Hartmiid Jlalli and as buslDMM of for ymr willI berel Md t 11 exoeotM dittn will preMii i t ri i REMARKABLE Demonstrations Greet Authorities In Two of Ireland Southern Counties Kerry Men Prevented Kvictlon and Foiled Police Left the Scene I Visit of the Inspector Resented By the Kilkenny People Is Fruitlessme MASSES STAND TOGETHER NOW eTwo remarkable took place in Ireland recently and IrishAmerIcansstick together these demonstrations ow that they do stick when there real work to be done in Kerry weandstabulary and the police were foiled and the authorities left the scenes wiser If not sadder men An eviction was attempted in the townland of Kllmurry parish of Cordal About four miles from Caltlelsland County Kerry Sixty pollee from Tralee Llstowel andl Kllkirney all hilly armed accom panied the sub Sheriff to the scene of the proposed eviction Tills showed anticipatedtrollbledid not disguise the fact that time attempted eviction would be resisted and laborers poured into I Kllmurrny by train and side ear as well ns afoot The police mobilized Castleisland with District Inspec tor Woods and Head Constable Ken chargeOn the house which is situated some distance from shouts and boos were theII and then it was seen that the place had been turned into a regular tort i i Corrugated iron nnvtllll three I artets covered the windows I through which pikes and other Ito plements which might hlt used n y walJOnll of defense or offense were thrust Uehlnd this bristling array were had glimpses of masked faces the outer gate was riegotinted by DistrictInspectorWood dwellinglIouslrounded by a crowd of about 600 11fr cillor and on as notiogivingwould surance that no tale place until Dr Hnrgrave had seen an old woman mother of the tenant who was certified unfit for removal they were allowed to approach the house Dr llill liltT had undoubt- wily n bit of climbing A ladder wns JIIIhOIlI turned and on his statement that old woman was unfit for removal hthe whole Sheriffs posse wheels J 1 shout and marched basic to Cnstleis land They were hoohe1 nod ticIA hlIntoi In the same week tumulfuoju1 ComityKllkenD1 the Estates Commissioner for the purpose of handing over possession of the land on the Scully ranch to the newly elected occupiers A crowd of several hundred the ma jority armed with sticks and camans accompanied by n fife and drum band offered vigorous oppo action to the Inspector in several1 cases in which the decisions of tl Comniissioners are disapproved of Iiythe the hwasvying out his object so far UK ticm arc concerned When his passage on the road was first obstructed tile Inspector strongly appealed to the crowd permit him to pass and carry out b work He was answered by loud and angry cries nail the brandishing sticks and was told that force tton posseAAlonI 18 stage Father Carrlgan P P dro and endeavored to persuade tho crowd to allow the Inspector to proceed but they were obdurate at many declared they would die on t road before they would allow thea lands to be given to the parties selected The Inspector tried to get throe crowd but teas forced back 1 aid this was a technical assault and he would report it to tiifea erEstates Commissioners The answer OlltJIRhtMr James Bone said the Commls ideadnnlnFather Carrlgnn said that chllillsh talk Mr Jtowe retorted t l they vroiild find tint the agitation eras not childish Eventually the Inspector was obliged to retreat from the trot whose attitude was decidedly hostile toward time claimants who aceom I panted him One of the latter was roughly hustled anti time police cerAi Placeeptof Mrs Kenny nn aged Homan whoso holdinghadl t possessionthehearth and the plilr lady duly in stalled Jlert armed wltl chums toqk np a heldjprdeflet l histhel thr Debeti wnn tser e1Ry 1 localitytilfurtherthey dispersed cheering and groan salthecomplete his business on account the hostility prevailing In the I trlct It Is felt locally that the claims of the evicted tenants nod their drscendants have not received the recognition they deserve PAYS TO FARM Gov Burke of North Dako to Made New Yorkers Take Notice v XorthDakotansmbers of his staff and a number of State officials visited New York en route to Washington after having battleshipMass Coy Burke while lounging In Knickerbocker theNorthwestseveralsparty as men of great influence and wealth adding in A ItInnine farmers in this part of thept party11henre as common In New York as wheat in North Dakota the million ai sc skyraperspromptly called several of his fellow travelers to his side Towering the theCoernoraloft and began tlDevilslow and made every penny of his millions out orthl virgin soil of Colonel1rheI I u f firmative while every neck In the pofndlllonnhrTimis aiStatewhalfIItoIInIstockIn the bank aAsurisefrom hoyand stood erect he confessed to six feet six The wasDrheies IItlllhasacres of wherft lund and he too modestly retired after the Governor hadheralded his claims to greatness LJUtQEBEC01tISjt New Yorks IrishAmerican Team Defeated All Corners at Meet The members of the IrishAmeri prowse nolhtc score from all opponents at tinnrnt meet of time XlW Yorlc Ainn n yadiso5gitare f the wasIghtin order were New York Athletic AthtetlcwicontenIriBrfloldyn Young Mens Christian As t unnttachedLhtlthefourJordontwo Montreal Athletic Association one V 1L aJiJthletfef RJestfitmacredit scoring in the 150 MtSheppardwbl1the 1naebroke the worlds rcc pounweight llclloIs1 PDrlscoHc Idtoo mile run Thomas Collins an IrishAmericanI forthewnscHEARTdheSeldom has anything sadder oc douueato diedIt street Friday morning Only week before Edward Gorman tuson died niter a brief illness hibrotherbroughtthe young girl She had been In ti BendancollapseEverythingd r but the loving sister was Sneo Gormhat i OiltJundayt tended Iu1TONIAtdThe new Holy Cross church Int Lstdnia was dedicated by hemght covlnEftonjassisted Brpssart Vicar General and other clergy There were many visitors from Cincinnati Covington 1e po arid other neighboring cities lush prenchcdiGerman 1i of the handsomest in the diocese of Covington The police and fire deji UIelaJItoof i antreltlDee8Inof the oOoUioai Y II SEASON ofFor Election of the Hibernian Olllcers Is Favorably Opened byDivisionAuxiliary Grand Gathering Tuesday Night and Great Enthusiasm Prevailed OTHER ELECTIONS THIS WEEK The election season has opened under auspices favorable to tither bIlilinglon d by excellent selections by theLadies Auxiliary on Wednesday night Division onThursday placetooIvlsIon weekfromMondayTho Tuesdaynightmost representative gatherings of the handsomelyperedhe quarters were bright and cheery presidedamII leers were present and the receipts Secretarycommunication from Division 4 ex presenceoftime recent euchre and dunce Offi Thomas ONeill and Pat Mechan who have been III were reported im qutlIIIJIIkelhThomasIcaneofficersforbyclamation SrVicePresidentJtarTcJtynnRecording Lawler Financial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Charles J Finegan CurranStanding IDarranlart1nThomas Keenan Jr as a dele reportedthllt oftheattend County Board meoting would tttmcihaGthetheCount v heldnlnsllntion of the new officers will take Iplace on the first Tuesday in Jan nary and the Entertainment Com mittee was instructed to provide re freshments for that occasion eloquentlyuponDivision 1 and in closing made an urgent appeal to all members to be p meetlugseloquent address reviewing the his whatI1lbernlanlsmthe Irish race in Louisville Others ho made brief addresses were 1DarrAttorneyThomas1 andThomasDivision l has aHe ted a splendid eet of officers Mr Keenan has been President before and has like wise been County and State Presi dent With men site him at the head Division 1 is bound to prosper Vcdnetiny iing that tho annual election was tottbo held turned out in liwge numbers lIss Rose Sweeney presided in her usually gracious manner Six new members were initiated and three more applications received When it came time to elect officers Miss jElizabeth King took the floor aunt paid a deserved tribute to the ad ministration of Miss those Sweeney and said that under her admInistra- tion r the auxiliary had enjoyed a most successful year the baltotltig be gnu at once and resulted as follows rPresidentyttAS yViceMaggieCoughlinRecording Secretary Miss Bertha KingSentinel Miss Joste Godfrey MaggieCallahan t Doughertyt t Downey jMlss Hose Sweeney made a brief speech thanking the members for the sleclalcommltte w wattcoupon management tasonle termsrenvntenor The new officers will be In stalled at the first meeting in January FATHER MGUIRES FIELD The Rev Father Thomas McOuIre morerecentlypointed rector of Sts Peter end Paul a church at Sandusky Ohio Jle as sumed his new duties two weeks ago rtpRISING STEADIItl sitWnltor Hensley who has been car nenderson e- J UalhqadCQUIpe ra made trainmaster lathe tyee W 7ireal I tt Qireleft lie itimum d HBi now duties 1111 December is Jr C n f KENTUCKY YRI9H AMERIOAN KENTUCKY IRISH MERIGflN Devoted to the Spclal and Moral Advancetneoieat of Irish Americans ad CatholIcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLE COPY 5C Entered it the Loulivllle Poiotflcei Second ClaalI rUtter i Address all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Oren St TRADES COUNCIL i LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY DECEMBER 5 1908 MERIMEES EXPERIENCE II I lion Len S Merrimee on retiring from office as Justice of the ieaoe from the Fifth Magisterial district of Louisville did not exactly fire a broadside Into hIS Itepublican enc roles but he exploded the mine that they themselves hurl laid It is the old storyhoist by their own petard Magistrate Meriinee has been a lifelong Republican lie was a Republican when men of that political faith were scorned as vorse than ncgrues He wits an ardent advocate of Ulalne and an original niemoer of the Garfield Uutvxlle worked hard for his partys success and asked no favors On several occasions the Republicans got into power in Louisville but none suggested giving a plum to him A year ago the Gubernatorial campaign was on and Mr Merlmee was an ardent advocate of His old friend lion Augustus U Villson lie was then engaged In a mercantile busi ness and sought no office Sometime after the election of Oov Will son the Magistracy in the Fifth dis trict of Jefferson county became vacant Oov Willson desired to put a first class nan In the place so be selected Mr Meriiuee At n sacrifice to his business interests he assumed the duties Without the courtesy of a conultatlon the local Itepublican forces nominated another candidate to succeed Mr Merimee At the No vember election The Democratic candidate won Then the Itepublican local forces wanted Mr Merimee to make a fight to spend his money in contesting the election of the Demo cratic victor In n manly and courageous card Mr Merimee tells the voters of tho city and county how he was treated and why It was all on account of his religion Mr Merimee is a Cath olic Catholic votes elected Mr Willson Governor and helped to elect Mayor Grinstead Catholic votes are all right but for a Catholic to spiro for office in Louisville or Jefferson county us a Republican was out rageousThe given Mr Merimcs may make him no less a Itepublican In national polities but his experI- ence with local Republicans will last him a lifetime It also serves as n lesson to inexperienced people who are fond of playing with fire RECKLESS CHAUFFEURS New York New Jersey and tho v New Englandways and means to do away witS reckless chauffeurs Last week the Governors of the New England1 Stales held a conference In Boston In an effort to enforce some regula tion Col William E Sohler of the Massachusetts Highway Commission in his address said that the only way to regulate automobile driving was to stop the reckless careless and drunken drivers and take them off the road L R Spear the First Vice I resident of the American Automobile Association advocated unl form automobile laws throughout the States At the coming session of the New York Legislature a bill will be introduced to license nil chauffeurs Drastic measures should also b taken in Kentucky but tho people will have to wait a year before the State Legislature convenes Meanwhile the General Council can enact an ordinance to protect its citizens from reckless automobile driving it it so wishes As has beeniils time honored custom the Kentucky Irish American will Issue 4 special Christmas edition on Decembci 17 In view of the fact that the time is short and that it r will be impossible for our repre sentatives to visit all our patrons It would be well for mercjumts and manufacturers who lave not been called upon to send In their advertis- Ing a copy at once or else to commu nicate with this office so that a special representative can be sent to quote rates The earlier copy reaches this Office the better it can be handled The Kentucky Irish American 1 Is In + i J receipt of the first three issues of r the Philippine Catholic a sew weekly journal published at imUaEd itorially typographically and from a f tof published on this side off the Pacific ocean it is being printed by the 11 UhiveVfity Press in Manila a printing x twUbllfthment founded by the Rev Father Francisco Blanco a Dominican friar in 1902 and thus antedates any printing house in America The Philippine Catholic has tie fullyap proral of ArcWUfcep Harty IVa gratifying to tha MIi tefean tt- I N people to learn that the United States and Japan here reached an amicable agreement regarding the Integrity of China This ought to settle the silly war talk that has been so long foisted on the people of both countries by proEnglish ed itors and correspondents avow let us have a rest from the silly twaddle about the yellow perlll The new agreement with Japan is In no sense an entanglfng alliance Our new and esteemed cointempory the Philippine Catholic says editorially When a nation prefers wealth power and culture to virtue and religion it is already infested Mall history shows with the germ of decay and dissolution There can be no State without law no law ivithout authority no authority without God It is well for Louisville people to heed the advice of Dr J M Matthews State President of the Board of Health who scents danger of a typhoid fever epidemic unless drink ing water is boiled and filtered 1n ounce of prevention is always worth a pound of cure If well begun is half done the Ancient Order of Hibernians thoI Ladies Auxiliary the Young Mens Institute and the Knights of Colum bus of Louisville will have a six months start when the new year opens Press dispatches say that a wave of prosperity is sweeping over the coun try No Louisville man is seeking to divert the course of that wave The sooner it reaches here the better Democracy united means Demo cratic victory next fall the least sign of crookednes means factional ism and disaster A years subscription to the Ker tucky Irish American is a Christmas present that your friends will appre elate POPE PIUS ILL U Consistory Scheduled For This Month May Be Abandoned A cablegram from tome on Mon day announced that His Holiness Pope Pius X was suffering from a slight cold and that as a consequence all audiences would be sus IndispositionIsAnother cablegram dated last Saturday states that though with out apparent authenticity the Pope has abandoned the idea of holding a consistory in December The cablegram says This decision has been reached partly because of the difficulty of choosing the new French Cardinals and partly because the Pontiff de sires the termination of the discus stun of the education bill in England before he creates a British Cardinal Meanwhile the Pope will profit by the presence In Home of Archbishop John J Glennon of St Louis nnd the forthcoming visit of Archbishop Ireland to study the matter of the American Episcopacy with the view of creating another Cardinal The tight Rev Joseph M Emard Bishop of Valleyfield Canada and Sidney Fisher the Canadian Minister of Agriculture were presented to the Pope today Mr Fisher went first to see the Pope after having asked an audience of King Victor Emmanuel and this fact has created considerable comment ABLE OFFICERS CHOSEN Branch 3 Catholic Knights and Ladies of America met in regular session in its hall on Fifth street near Walnut Tuesday night and elected the following offleers for the ensuing years BlgleyViceRecording Secretary Miss Teres1 Riley Financial Secretary Mrs Mary Weisenbergcr1reasurerlss Sta4enbornMiss Gertie Williams a member Of the Kansas City branch who is visit- Ing in Louisville attended the meet Ing and expressed her pleasure at the interest shown in the order by Louisville ladies This is one of the pioneer branches of the order and is in a most flourishing condition BELOVED MOTIIER DEAD Surrounded by nearly all of her children and with her husband at her bedside Mrs Sophie E Schunicht passed into eternity last Sunday evening She is survived by her hue band Anton F Schunicht and tbt following children Jbhn Schunicht PrlntlurCJasper Ind Mrs Mary Eberhard of Louisville the liev Father Josep- hSchunlchtOrO of Utica N Y and Leo and Miss Loretto Schunicht For many years Mrs Kehunicht ha Uv l dw1thner family at 2111 West Madisdn street and vas a model of Christlsu and womanly virtues The funeral took pl f from St Anthonys oJiurch Wednesday morningsand was- largelyattended Q 1 i + s sil SOGIEtV I Mrs S A Miillgan is visiting Mr and Mrs John Miillgan at Stlthton Mrs Clnlre of the West End is vis iting Mrs John McCloskey in Clifton Albert F Martin who has been in Memphis on business returned home I Thursday Miss Adelaide Strassel of Crescent Hill entertained her euchre club Friday evening Lee Young is rejoicing over the arrival of a baby girl at his home 1512 West Broadway Miss Anna Thornton of Paris Ky is the guest of Mr and Mrs John P Hnnley of Crescent 11111 The Misses Gallagher of Duncan street entertained the Surprise Euchre Club on Wednesday Miss Lillie Kearns has returned from Bnrdstown where she was the guest of Miss Mabel Hodman Miss Eva Coleman has returned home after a pleasant visit to the Misses Walsh of Pewee Valley Frank Dacher the genial Clerk of the Quarterly Court has returned from a visit to West Baden Springs Miss Julia Shpnnon who spent n week with Mr and Mrs Paul Baker nt Glasgow Ky has returned home Nelson It Petery and bride have returned from their bridal tripand have begun housekeeping in New AlbanyMiss Anna Thornton has returned to her home in Paris Ky after a pleasant visit to Mr and Mrs John McCann Mrs Alex Boone and daughter Miss May have returned to New Haven Ky after visiting relatives in this city Miss Mary Powers of Frankfort spent several daysthis week as the guest of Mrs John McCann South Louisville lames Quinn and bride of Indian npolts spent several days this week as the guest of Mr and Mrs C F Sullivan on East Elm street New Albany Misses Theresa and Flora llubbuci of 1216 West Jefferson street have gone to Birmingham Ala to be the guests of their sister Mrs W L linesman To the great delignt of her family and friends Mrs Albert F Martin was able to leave the infirmary Monday and return to her home 62 East Gray street Miss Adelaide Crush entertained nt live Hundred Thursday In honor of Miss Louise Kothc of Indianap olis who Is the guest of Miss Edna Haupt in the Highlands Charles Wclssenberger stops talk ing advertising occasionally this week to dilate upon the beauty of the baby girl that has arrived at his home 1340 Floyd street Misses Amy and Jean McCann who have resided in Chicago for nearly two years have returned to Jeffer sonville and are living in their hand some residence at Market nnd Wall streets Miss Glynn Mackln the bright ant attractive daughter of Mr anu Mrs Will Mackln arrived home Sunday after an extended visit with relatives in Indianapolis She was accompanied by her uncle Patrick Glynn Thomas Tnrpey Schulten arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Alex J Schulten in the Highfands last Sunday afternoon While the father is duly elated over the new arrivalI he is not near as proud as Grandpa Tom and Grandma Elizabeth Tarpey Miss Margaret Wallrath of Evans vllle daughter of Peter Wnllrath one of the Supreme Trustees of the Catholic Knights of America who had been the guest of Mrs Clara Fangmann 1332 Floyd street since Thanksgiving day left for home on Sunday Cards are out announcing the ap proaching marriage of Mss Anna B Ryan and John G Schmitt The wed ding will be solemnized nt Holy Cross church at 0 oclock on the morning of February 23 The bride Is the charming slaughter of Mrs KaTh erlne Ryan August J Klein the newly elected School Trustee was the recipient of surprise party Friday night of last week vocal and in strumental music and recitations were the order of the evening After the music all adjourned to the dining room which had been tastfeully decorated Jot the occasion nnd partook of a bountiful luncheon Miss Nora Weiss of 811 Eighteenth street entertained the Marguerite Embroidery Club at her home Tuesday evening The club is composed of the following members Misses Mayme Riley Louisa Stark Cassie Howard Anna Star and Nora Weiss The club wfll meet next Tuesday with Miss Mayme Kiley at 1322 West Jefferson street A delightful surprise euchre was given to Mr and Mrs Ernest Smith at their home 1910 Twelfth street last Saturday night in honor of their tenth wedding anniversary Prizes were won by Mrs Mayme McCarthy and Fred Mooney Mrs Katie Gar vey and Lee Brown got the consola presentwereOLaughlin Mayme Owens May Hot lenkamp Maggie Keegan Anna Coyne and tessrs Joseph Elrkt Fred S Shall Lee Hanniphan Brown John Tom Dolan Jess Patterson B Smith Mesdames iiMaloney Garvey Mc Carthy and Hollenkamp Mrs Nellie Beyer o 1507 West Jefferson street was the hostess at paceWednesdayIn honor ot Mr birthdalt Tltg ins were taatefully1 decorated la and Wl1te Prlaea were wpb tWN STEWART DRY GOODS CO OUtiveu Established Sixty Yurs j 4 PP 101tq rOItE L- iIIOPENING OF THE TOY DEPARTMENT FOR THE HOLIDAYS Santa Claus Has Arrived JustII Christmas This announcement will be hailed with delight by thousands of little folks who are looking the coming of St Nick as the most important event of the year This department is spacious basement where every arrangement has been made to display the most complete sine for the Holidays everbefbre shown There are Toys in the assortment fromevery known the globe and many new Mechanical Toys that will interest grownups as well as the Bring the children to see this most excellent display of Toys for the Holidays Automobiles Dressed Dolls Lotto Swords Ddll Hand Cars Undressed Dolls Conette Guns Doll Hobby Horses Bisque Dolls Musical ToysWondergraphs Doll Galloping Horses Jointed Dolli Writing Wheelbarrows Kidbody Dons Rocking ChairsNumeral Frames China Express Wagons Unbreakable Dolls Desk ChairsAIr Rifles China Goat Sulkies Rag Dolls Tables Fire Engines Enamel Mechanical Trains Teddy Bears Sideboards Trolley Cars Enamel Mechanical Boats Dogs Dressers Motors for Electric Doll for MotorsRattles Shooflys tn RabbitsItStickHorses Stations Pianos Velocipedes Donkeys Flinch Steam Engines Piano Tricycles Cats Parchesi Forts Cycle Wagons Pigs Hood Toy Cradles Soldiers Mouth Steel Express wagons Humpty Dumpty Steel Sleds Sailors Horns Delivery Wagons Circus Croquet Sets Horses and Wagons Cornets Steelbody Wagons Funny Animals Pool Tables Stables Violins Steel Cab Wagons ABC Blocks Parlor Baseball Game Christmas Trees Dime Childs Buggy Wild West Blocks Ouija Boards Doll Cabs Penny Hook and Ladder Unbreakable Toys Crokinole Boards GoCarts Trucks Black Cat Ring Toss Checkers Folding GoCarts Pastime Farm Wagons SwingaPeg Dominoes Doll Beds Games Patrol Wagons Wall Quoits Ten Pins Doll Cradles Drums BOOKS John Bott and Mrs Thomas Small and the winners of the gentlemens prizes were John JJott and Gus Pike Those present were Messrs and Mesdames Jacob Hubbucb J 1 Daniel Phil Miller Gus Flue Ed Schaeffer John Bott Thomas Small BeyerMrsMorley May Hayden Daisy Doutaz May Daniel Mayme Kiley and Dr D Borgman W Webb Strain and bride whIT was Miss Florence MacFarlane ar rivets In Louisville Monday and spent several days with relatives in this city They were married at the brides residence in Chicago on Wednesday of last week the Rev Father KInsella officiating The MayorCharlesformerlyliveddescendant of the Webb family one of the oldest in Kentucky lie is the Southern Traveling Claim Agent for the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company with headquarters In Montgomery Ala where he and his bride will begin housekeeping about I December 10 One of the most pleasant affairs of JapanesekimonoHall last Monday evening The hall was most tastefully decorated for the occasion Those present were Misses Percy Murphy Margaret Lee Mnymo Sullivan Annabel Ulrich Net MorJSheeclJphy Anna Sullivan Rosa Lee Mary Whelan Margaret Gleason Pearl Ulrich Katie Dugan Margaret Glenn Marie Vealing Mayme McCuo Luelln Kibby Jennie Leonarjl Alma Seider Viola Burr Messrs Toro BacHman Charles Tenting John Riley Carl Anderson Dennis McCue John Feltenholter Martin Fnllahey John MeyersJohnBallast Dennis Jlyan Edward Geist KirbyClarenceErnest Veil Archie Bracer Claude Blythe and Mr WesUieimer MCLOSKEY TO PILOT BREWERS Louisville fans were pleased to learn this week that John Jlc Closkey one of our own boys has been offered an agreement to man age the Milwaukee club in the American Association for 109rMcCloskey is an old Limerick boy and was a professional player before essaying the role of manager Bur lag the past ten years he has piloted a number of teams to victory and can do it again if he is allowed a freehand 3Ir 3fcCloskey has signed the con tract and will leave for New York tonight to meet Mr Havener Presi dent of the Brewers While he has little to say about the outlook he smiles when asked if lie intends to pilot the Milwaukee team to victory and gives one the impression that he has a chance anyhow CHANGED TIME The Juday evening services at St Louis Bertrands church during Ad vent will be held at 9f 80 oclock in 1kDunnO810quthe series of Aiwrt sermonic Q J G STEWART DRY GOODS COi Incorporated M CONNECTION WITH JAMES McCREEBY fr io NEW YQfUL RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Miss Ellen Broil crick who died at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital Monday took place from St Louis Bertrands church Wednesday morning and was largely attended The deceased was thirtyseven years old and re sided with her mother Mrs Cath erine Broderlck 1938 Sixth street She was a young lady of many charming traits of character and her death is regretted by all who knew tier John Glore an old and respected citizen died at his home 1722 Hancock street Monday night The de ceased was seventyeight years old and was for many gars a faithful and trusted employe of the late firm of Cornwall Bros His wife and three children survive The children are Mrs John Brachey Mrs Ernest Godpe and John Glore Jr Mr more had the respect of all in the com munity in which he lived as was evinced by the number who followed the remains to their last resting place in Cave Hill cemetery Wednes day afternoon After a months illness Mn s Bridget McDonald died Wednesday afternoon at the family residence 112 North Twelfth street She is sur vived by her husband William McDonald the well known grocer and one non Thomas ONeill station keeper in the Fourth police district The deceased was born in Ireland sixtyfour years ago but came to America when quite a young girl and spent the greater part of her life in Louisville She was noted for her many charities and sublime Christian virtues The funeral will take place from St Patricks church at D oclock this morning Husband and son have the profound sympathy of many friends in their bereavement SISTERS CHRISTMAS SALE The sale of embroideries and hand painted china the work of the Sis ters of the Good Shepherd will begin at the home of the Knights of Columbus Fourth avenue hear York next Wednesday and will continue Thursday and Friday There will be an orchestral concert ivory afternoon and evening Many of the leading Cat9l1e ladles In the city wily have charge of the various booths All of tfhe articles sold will be disposed of at reasonable prices and the ad wirers of fancy to turn out in large numbers MOTION PICTURES The Princess Amusement Company Is trying to give its patrons value re ceived during the shopping season preceding the holidays To that end popularmotionrun every afternoon and night at the Casino Princess Dreamland and Bijou Theaters There is always something attractive to children and their mothers are learning to take advantage of these cheap instructive and amusingentertainments ST ELIZABETHS STATIONS New and handsome stations of the Way of the Cross now adorn the tinBurnettII I formal btea8iurMIl take pleas within few pocks- a And Until HisIHome Will Be ToysFootballs HereBOOKS IMUSIC IN THE HOME Is at all times essential and there is no time when it is ap predated more than in the summer A Ir FARRANDCEOILIAN PIANOWill supply this music if there is no one in the family that can play All one has to do to enjoy their favorite selection is to insert a roll of music and pump The expression marks are stamped on the roll showing anyone just exactly how to secure the proper expression Come in and permit us to show you more about the FarrandC- ecllianMONTENEQRORIEHM1 MUSIC CO s Incorporated ogsoao nOURTH AVENUE MENS 20 2250and 25- Suits OvercoatsRaincoats Raincoatsand TopcoatsFor 15 Big Special r Sale LEVYSThird The Bright Spot in Louisville WANTED I An Orgnalter for the Young Mens Institute for KentMoky Tennessee and Missouri y Must be of good presence and pleating address as well as con versant with fraternal societies and their respective advantages to Catholic young taco Special Inducements will be offeTIM the riflktman For further information adirSjcares the Kentucky Irish American Louisvillel iKy Home Builders Look Here We want your help and will pay for it We will give 25 per cent off our former prices on GRAINGER COURT lots to cash purchasers who will build within six months Our Profit Is Given for Your Influence You want highclass property at a low price We have it in GRAINGER COURT located i at Broadway ancl Thir r tysixth stre- etBroadway Realty Company e r lIITEJl USE 81Mau1u 1 Independent of All Undertaker KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing LadieS and Children a Specialty HOME J HONB 1077 JOHN S WATSON PLASTERERan I Repair Work SpecialtyJ 11 Homophone 1 t Cutnb Haiq tWI- yOFFKE a 223 jPtftk jjridtvej n t R EEPiwTKENTUOKY IRISH AMERICAN OOOOOOOONONOON 000000000 NOONOONONOONNINNN JETRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS f CrrlQa Furnlhecl on I NNNNO Short Notice MARKET STREET J HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS SOS East 2tdCaiin Street Oran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Purnlchcd for All Occasion on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETw TELEPHONE U D DOUGHERTY S MCELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTTFu- neral Directors and EmbalmersI Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calla Antwtrtd Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MATETTTCT STREET III Fi4iNii THOMAS KEENAN f Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All nightCarriagel 1225 W MARKET ST Jf you are hunting fora plastering material that will not delay our building on account of freezing weather canI up or write I Kentucky Wall Plaster Co INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook and River Louisville Ky Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plas ter Plant Jeffersonville Ind Phone 555 HOME PHONE 8772 John Me Ridge PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING Jobbing and Sewerage Promptly At tended To Gas Arc Lights Trimmed 618 Overhill Street HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson t BOTTLED KN BOND TIhen1S4l 234 SIXTH STREET HEW MOLD IlRALERIN Va aid FIICGrICllItsA- FIR T RooldULOINNECTIOR b s Old WtIIkI 8pecIa1i7 atew w- r AtIIT 1531 W i 810 J J M7 ULHYS One week commencing Monday Dec 7 Matinees Wednesday and Saturday The pttsentEugene PAID IN FUL- LCOLISEUM NOW OPEN SKArINGEvery Day and Sunday 10c1 HOPKINS 1lOc Where the Crowds do HighClass Picture Entertainment Continuous from noon until 1030 p m Change of Program Tuesday Thursday and Saturday UNDER ONE MMANAGEMENTFI- RST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO Casino Theater 4I7 Fourth st Princess Theater 348 WestII StreetSt Bijou TheaterFourth Dreamland T oaf StreetfWe cater especially to Ladies and Children Give your boys an education that will pre pare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Scientific andIiuIneuCourseePrepaatoty De 1 urppedGymnasium Homo Phoni 1942 Cumb South 628 THOSJKEflNEy eUT RATE DRUGGIST Prescriptions called for and delivered in any part of the city without extra charges Patent medicines tit cut prices SCHOOL SUPPLIES BooKs Slates Tablets Etc SIXTH AND OAK I Stylantia able prkee- U i s HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Put WeckOencral- News Notes Look out for a tide of entertain ments as soon as Advent is past It is almost time for the County Board to prepare for St Patricks dayReturns from Division 4s euchre and dance indicate that the Thanks giving eve entertainment was a great success The Ladies Auxiliary of the An nunciation parish of Buffalo entertained their friends with a dainty luncheon last week State President George J Butler and State Secretary William J Con nelly are a working combination that augers success Division 1 of Portland Ore has adopted resolutions favoring the teaching of Irish history in the par ochial schools of that city Divisions 2 and 3 selected officers this week but too late for the Kentucky Irish American It is safe to say good men were chosen Miss Rose Sweeney did not want to stand for reelection as President of the Ladies Auxiliary but the mem bers felt that they needed her Division 1 did itself proud in elect ing Thomas Keenan Sr President lie has served the division in the same capacityt before and will never be found wanting Division 2 of Syracuse gave its seventh annual ball last week 110th Irish amTvVmerican flags were used to decorate the hall The Ladles Auxiliary served the luncheon Ladies Auxiliary to Division 8 of Minneapolis entertained last week in honor of National Vice President J J Itegan After the speaking a num ber of piano and vocal solos were givenMontreal Hibernians held their nn nual services at St Thomas Aquinas church Six hundred members of tne order 100 cadets in new uniforms and two bands paraded through the streets to the church Father Heffernan preached an eloquent sermon oni For God and His Church UNITY ELECTS New Albany Y M Is Name Officers For Ensuing Year Unity Council Y M1 1 held Its an nual election Tuesday night and as was expected the attendance was un usually large The balloting result ed as follow- sPresidentAdolph Ittngenberg First Vice President James Asha brennerSecond Vice President John S MartelCorresponding and Recording Sec retary William C Dir Financial Secretary Frank eller Treasurer Charles ifeffer JaegersInside Outside Sentinel Leo Weber Executive Committee Charles Skelly Emil Joseph Schmitt John Garner and William SoergelWhile n number of the contests were spirited the best of feeling prevailed and the following members were reelected to their former offices Adolph Ilingenuerg William C Blr Frank Zeller Charles Pfeffer Charles Skelly Emil Dupaquier John SoergelTomorrow will be a meetIng of the members to form the proposed Gallagher Club which will pave the way for younger mem bers And devise ways and means for benefiting the council The Minstrel Club is holding rehearsals two and three times a week and will give a public performance during the Christmas holidays THEATRICAL intWiersouatedScarecrow by George Stone too gether with an exceptionally large and pretty chorus the wonderfully interesting cyclone scene showing a Kansas farm in transit through the clouds to the land of Oz the beautiful poppy scene and other feat ures which make The Wizard of Oz one ofthe most delightful ox travaganzas diver produced on n stage all are tending to attract attention the coming week to the Masonic This production will appear at this popular play house all week with the usual matinees on Monday Wednesday and Saturday Singing and dancing clean comedy and ridiculously humorous situations all surrounded by scenic investiture which never falls to draw crowds ac company this show Hopkins Theater continues to enjoy great popularity among the amusement lovers of Louisville and vicinity and the motion pictures that have been offered this week have never been surpassed here Man ager Dustin promises new films on timely subjects from now until the end of the holiday season The illustrated songs continue to prove a popular feature Eugene Walters stirring drama of contemporaneous American life Paid in Fullwill come to Macauleys Theater Monday for a full weeks engagement with mat SaturdayTheNew York and six months yin Chi widelyheralded Manager Truehart his done away with the dancing floor at the Coil seum and the entire space Is now given over to roller skating The dimensions of the rink are 225x75 feet Several interesting races were held at the rink this week and new features are promised for the week to come SUCCEEDS FATHE BRYAN The Rev Father Brlentuer who has been pwtor at Taylorsyllle has been transferred to St Thomas ohurolt ia Marion county to fill the vacancy oausedby the resignation of the venerable rather Nicholas Ryan = rb FOR Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST AUGUST RRI BJUIMER 1 I FLORIST I See My Christmas Flowers Both Phones Special Attention to Out ofTown Orders Masonic TempleI o1 Fourth Chest- nutAPPAWNG and Cardinal Gibbons Shocked at Statistics Given Out by Government Noted Dignitary Declares That the Laws of Country Are Faulty Divorce Evil Is Striking at the Roots of Our SocIal System RATIO IS MUCH TOO GREAT longbeenagainst the divorce evil granted an interview to representative Balti more newspaper correspondents last Saturday after he hind read the United States Census Bureau sta tistics published last week That America leads other lands in appalling Eminence says when the noning Catholic clement is deducted from the total of population it appears that the divorce ratio is greater than one to twelve as stated anti that one out of ten more properly rep resents the number of those who obtain severance of connubial bonds The statistics given out by the Census Bureau sam Cardinal Gib bons are simply shocking The revelations are nothing less than appalling The extent of the divorce evil is so great as to strike at the roots of our social system I myself am writing and speaking constantly on the subject and I am in with any effort to check the growth of divorces in this country The Coy ornament figures show that divorces are multiplying about three population striking when considered by the side of the figures of Canada for in stance where the number of divorces is relatively small Divorces are becoming so prevalent that marriage is getting to be little better than a sys tem of free love People are too much l enion pleasure Men and women enter the marriage state without regard to the sacred nature of the bond they are undertaking They look too much with regard only to wlmd- tpleasure they can get out of it and with too little regard for that solemn word duty It is not the fault of our system of education but the result of a false loose interpreta tion of the gospel Every one of the gospels is opposed to divorce 11 dl vorce is to be checked there must be a stricter regard for the truths of the Christian religion as they are taught by the Catholic church If we profess to be Christians let us be ChristiansAnother reason why divorce is on the increase is found In the attitude of society toward persons who are divorced In former times a woman who was divorced was shunned She was not received or recognized in uponNowis to be checked let the divorced persons be shunned Of course tho laws on the subject of divorce are responsible to some extent They should be made more Severe They differ in different States hind are in many cases lax In South Dakota for Instance a divorce can Be obtained after a brief residence A man forms an attachment for a woman or a woman for a man and regard lesi of any existing marriage bonds they determine to marry Under the lax laws they find this easily possible FORMER PUPILS GRIEVE Sister Mary Heglnia a Sister of Charity well known in Louisville died at the mother house Nazareth Friday of last week For several years she had been a teacher at the Sacred Heart parochial school Sev enteenth and Broadway and her former puplte were pained to learn of her death She had been Ill for some time and her death was toot unexpected The funeral rites took place at Naaarflfi last Saturday any her reniaiBB were Interred lin the community o etery e- i j KNIGHTS OF COLIIBBS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere The Fourth degree will coon be exemplified in Columbus Qliio The council at Eric exemplified the three degrees at the initiation at Franklin on Thanksgiving day There were 150 candidates in the class Following their usual custom the Philadelphia Knights furnished Thanksgiving dinners to the children in the Catholic orphanages in hat city The council at Wabasha Minn initiated a large class on Thanksgiving day Time three degrees were ex emplified by teams from Gen Shields Council of Chicago Buffalo Knights attended a memorial mass at Notre Dame church Thanksgiving day The mass was celebrated for the repose of the souls of deceased members Toledo has placed two of Its Knights in high office Judge luliu P Manton has been elected Common Pleas Judge for the long term and OJJrien ODonnell has been leered Judge of the Probate Court The second annual retreat of the openWednesday l1IshopJIartJedress on the following Sunday- A corporation with a capital of 50000 has been formed among In dianapolis Knights for the purchase of a now home It will be located in the center of the business section and will be a twostory and basement stone structure Arrangements for the lecture course to be given under the auspices of the Knights in Wisconsin have not been completed but it is known that the Rev Father Hengell will be one of the speakers His sub ject will be The Church and LaborMany initiation arc being held in SyracuseKnightsof them Last Friday night the Third degree was exemplified at Utica Albany put on the Third degree on Monday night Gloversvllle Council put on the same degree Sunday- In commenting on the order the Rev Dr Hudson editor of the Ave Maria writes Undeserved censure of or unwarranted opposition to organizations like the Knights of Columbus will hove the inevitable ef fect of driving many of our young men into societies that arc forbid den EDIFYING SIGHT Phil Sheridan Council Y M It of Bellevue received holy communion In a body at St Anthonys church in that city last Saturday The at tendance was large and the sight was very edifying to the congregation VISITING SOLON Judge Jeremiah A Sullivan of Richmond und one of the most active and energetic members of the daysInostensibly on legal business he con ferred with a number of the local leaders in an effort to bring about Democratic harmony ANNOUNCES FOR LEGISLATURE Thomas N OConnell a well known and popular young Democrat has an Legislature composed of the Eighth and Ninth wards subject to the action of his party Toms friends have repeatedly urged him to make the race and feel that he would make a capable repre sentative for the people of his dis trict REMEMBERED CHIEF Capt J C Carroll who for twenty years has been Master Mechanic for the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company at Bowling Green has re tired to engage in other business On the occasion of his retirement his old employes gave him a farewell recep veryhandsomeRev Father Thomas Hayes was one of the speakers IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Tuesday will be the feast of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary and a holyclay of obligation It is Known in the church as a double feast of the first class The Immaculate Conception was defined as a dogma of the church in 1854 All Catholics are bound under pain of mortal sin to hear mass on that day FORTY nouns PRAYER The Forty Hours prayer will be gin nt St Patricks church at the late mass 1030 oclock tomorrow morning The Very Rev Father James P Cronin V G will celebrate the mass The altars and sanctuary will be appropriately decorated and illuminated for the occasion The ruesdaythe ception STATUES BLESSED rho people of Covington crowded St Patricks church last Sunday night to witness the blessing of the statues of the Angel of Death and the Resurrection which have been erected at time tomb of Father Peter Smith The Rev Father James Mc Nerney officiated and the sermon was preached by the Rev Father tboCovingtonthe sanctuary MAY HOLD CONSISTORY thattheclose with an encyclical letter in which Pope Plus X will show Ws gratitude for the manifestations throughoutthehljubilee atleastare now sixteen vacancies in the numberrtlianfor The raglan q dlt own among FRANK FEURBREWING XNGOXZPORAXEiX CO I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 THIS WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYSI 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 BYjJJa a SENN ACKERMAN 1 BREWING COMPANY INCORPORATED 00TELEPHONE 48i LOUISVILLE Sc4 ASK FOR FALLS CITY BEER 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Special Sale of MENS SUITS Guaranteed 20 2250 and 25 Values for 1500On Sale One Week Only Flyer for Saturday and Monday only MENS Guaranteed 15 and 18 Value OVERCOATS 1000 I r THE BIG STOREMIL- TON M MARBLESTONE CO 424 eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeNeNNNeeeeeeeee I GEORGE RIEGER N W Cor 4th and Jefferson Sts Second Floor Over Hays CloaK Store Jewelry Silverware 1 w Watches Diamonds i and Novelties Come to Me for Your Holiday Gifts I Why pay ground floor prices when I guarantee to save you o from 10 to 33hper cent on the same goods j Remember I keep anything that is found in a first class iJ 1 ground floor Jewelry Store Thirtytwo years in the Jewelry Business corner Fourth j and Jefferson streets iiElevator on Fourth Ave Elevator on Jefferson St ttGeorge i Councili t Call and see me fe eeeeeNNeeeNeN1NNN NeeNNeeNNNeeeeNNN tNeNN1NeNeNeeNNeeNNlNleeeeeNNeeeeNNNNOME j R 1- ac II HENRY FUOHSk I FLORIST Plant Designs and Cut Flowers i GREENHOUSES STORE Charles and Texas Sts 556 4th StPOT UFFIOaI eleee00NNNANNNeeOeNeeeeeNeeelNeeeNeNeNOe Unseasonable Weather Makes you feel lazy tired and IndU- ferlent You need a healthy stimulant Mul Coffees and Teas just fill the bill a trial order for Mulloys GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR SOC Green Black or Mixed Teas an excellent grade 1 pound for MULLOY 5tlBetweea 45c COFFEE ROASTER g1z1r W JARKETSTREET AAA A 1Jt e liJirREMINOTONIHOLEStn p i u1 Allmakes REBUILT and second hand from 15 to 75 = AsIc for FullPartlo111ars s a Home Phone 367 1 IIICumbo Main 363a NeIIfflanBros1Co1 i 114 Fourth Aret11 LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY oow oo QUICK MEAL GASRANGES For many years the Quick Mealhas 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 Having made our 1007 contract before the advance in prices of all iron goods we are able to sell at old prices GEHER SON 217 MARKBT STREET NEAR SECOND J f n n 1Iu wwu OHAMPAQXM r 1 ALx KOL03 I Ii 345 West Green Street uQuolIw0 tin u n ti n PRINTING rKeuituckr t slid tfci it 7Oib la trial r fcr toi t J IJIJg 5 t DEFEATS Arouso British Liberals to Des 1 peration Against Upper House Ministry Is Afraid to Appeal to the People of Nation Just Now Landlords AV111 Ultimately Make Terms With the Irish Party COMPROMISE ON EDUCATION BILLI Hon r P OConnor editor author and statesman wrote an entertaining and comprehensive letter on mutters now ngitatinir the British Parliament for the Chicago Tribune Just Sunday Mr OConnors letter in part is to the following effect The Liberal party is enraged by the action of the House of Lords in rejecting the licensing bill the great liquor measure which in the course of time would have placed all of the public bars of England under the control of the Government This was one of the three measures upon the success of which the fate of the present Government the Liberals depends to a large degree With mingled feelings of despair and rage the Liberals denounce the action of the higher house of Parliament I- tfrs their intention at first to de mand an immediate election as a test of strength but this was given up as impossible This election hud it been held would have decided the issue between the Lords and Com mons It was given up however The Ministry remains in office at least tWit years more On the one hand this is calculated to destroy faith in the sincerity or courage of the campaign against the Lords On the other hund it gives the Ministry time to propose other measures necessary for the Liberal programme High license in the budget now practically is a certainty and the Chancellor of the Exchequer hopes thereby to gain the millions much needed for the Irish land purchase and other propositions which the Government wishes to push through The popular political passions arc rising against the LorcTs mainly because of the want of good tactics in their last notion The holding of a secret meeting before the bill reached the upper house at the private home of Lord Lansdowne is one of time great errors to which the popular mind is opposed This gives emphasis to the complete monopoly of the chamber by the Unionist party and even the Unionist papers condemn this step VThe indignation was increased by the report not yet confirmed that Balfour was secretly present at the meeting which resulted In the sep aration of nearlyall the BishopsI from Lansdowne because of the destroying of the licensing bill This also weakens Lansdownes hands timid already there Is talk of n com promise bill to be Introduced by the Bishops and supported by the Min istryIn the meantime the other bills Introduced by the Ministry show better prospects The Irish land bill Is strongly denounced by the land lords at this time They evidently hope to get the money for their lands without agreeing to the other reforms in the Interest of the tenant and they propose to divide the bill into two parts This will not be al lowed by time Irish party which isI resolved the landlords shall not get another penny unless they agree toI the reforms for the tenants The stress for money will compel the landlords to accept the Irish partys ultimatelyThe for the education bill still remain good but many new difficulties may arise The feeling among the Irish Catholics In Eng land especially in Liverpool is ris ing to dangerous proportions and already there are threats of resort ing to the same tactics as the Non conformists used against the former education bill These include the re fusal to pay all school rates and the withdrawal of Catholic children from all the public schools and eventually the breakdown of the entire system Among the Irish Catholics of certain large districts such as Manchester and Liverpool the Irish party will propose amendments which would relieve the situation but it is doubtful if the ministers can accept them without breaking up their own ranks mid wrecking the bill Balfour is playing an astute game lIe can not openly oppose the bill but he points out difficulties and suggests flaws and though his own party is broken behind him he may wreck the bill by divisions in the ranks of the sup porters and finally through the House of Lords SECOND CLASS Initiated by Bardstown K Cs With Many Visit ors Present Bardstown Council Knights of Columbus held its second initiation last Sunday and put tnrough a class of thirtyseven The three degrees were exemplified by picked teams from Louisville Council and more than 100 of their fellow Knights went along to see that the work was done properly Besides there were visiting Knights from New Albany Jefferaonville Owcnsboro fowling Green Lebanon and Springfield The people of JJardstown gave the visit ors a royal welcome and made all feel at home The train from Louisville reached llartlstown in time for all the nights to attend the high mass at St Josephs church the original Cathedral of the Wcst Knights and candidates marched tS the church where the high mass was sung by the Very Rev Father OConnell The degrees were exemplified during the afternoon and at 745 oclock new and old Knights eat down to fi splendid banquet Ipthe Johnson building Judge Frank E Dug herty pr mia Sl rv tdapfmMteri There whorespoaclecl to toasts were lfoWS r- o SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President John M Mullor Vice PresidentThomas Lawler Recording SecThos Keenan Jr Financial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Charles J Finnegan DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna TreasurerOwen Keiran Recording SecretaryJoseph T synch Financial secretaryJ T Keaney SergeantatArmsJames Sayers Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeenth and Main Streets PresidentPatrIck T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording SecretaryL J Mackey Financial Secretary J O Hcsslon TreasurerDaniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon SergeantratAnna Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street PresidentJohn IL Henncasy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial SecretaryWm P Me Donogh 1212 Sixth street Recording Secretary Frank P DurleeTrealurerHarry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott SergeantatArmsJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days Each Month at Plans Hall PresidentJohn Kenney Vice President John tr Cole Treasurer Bernard A Call Recording Secretary T OHern Financial SecretaryChas Robard Sentinel Timothy D Kenney Marshal William Dorsey Jr- SergeantatArmsDernard Coyle Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 630 Twentysixth Street President Robert T Burke First Vice President Frank Lana han Second Vice President Samuel Robertson Recording Secretary Austin E WalshCorresponding Secretary Thomas BachmanFinancial SecretaryFrank 0 AdamsTreasurerDan Weber MarshalA Andrlott Inside SentinelPatrick Duddy Edward J McDermott and Joseph C Conkling of Louisville W W SpaldIngof Lebanon Hon Ben Johnson and John C Talbott of Uardstown The initiation and ban quet were both much enjoyed The Louisville delegation reached home about midnight SEEING TILE WEST Dr J W Fowler Completes His Work In FarOff Arizona Mr Joseph W Fowler who went to Arizona to make a chemical analysis of certain minerals and lands In which local business men are Interested has completed his work there and is now en route home but will stop in several cities on his way East After completing his ore and mine investigations ho visited Tombstone and lllsbee Ariz From the latter place he want to Los Angeles and thence up the Pacific coast to San Francisco Ho writes This is the fastest city I was ever in It discounts New York More than half of the town shaken down by the earth quake has been rebuilt and Is better than before The other half is build fug Dr Fowler loft San Francisco for Salt Lake City Utah He will also stop In Denver Chicago and other cities before returning home FATHER GALLAGHER IMPROVES It will be welcome news for the people of St Johns parish to know that the Ilev Father Daniel F Gallag her who has been seriously ill is on the road to recovery Father Gali higher was appointed assistant to I the Rev Father Lawrence flax several months ago and when Father flax resigned and went to Europe Father Gallagher remained as pastor until a successor to Father lax was named He became ill last week and on Thanksgiving day was removed to Sts Alary and Elizabeth Hospital Rest and good nursing have greatly benefited him nnd the people of St Johns are anxious for his speedy return to his charge DEATH OF JOHN KELLY Word was received in this city last Friday of the death of John Kelly who passed away at his home in Memphis that morning The deceased was well known in Louisville but re moved to Memphis twenty years ago He was born in Ireland sixtysix years ago and his first marriage took place in Louisville He married a second time in Memphis and his wife and one child of that union sur vive him The children of the first union who survive are the Ilev Father John Jelly Mrs E J Hen chey jMiss Josephine Kelly Sister Aiary Agnes a Dominican nun and William M and Matthew B Kelly of Memphis A brother Thomas Kelly and a sister Mrs John McDonald both residents of Louisville also survive The deceased was an intense Irish Nationalist and during his residence In Louisville was prom inertt In Irish affairs The funeral took place in Memphis USEFUL PRESENT I The Kev Brother Plus who Is in charge ot the new home for working thatrnJstreet has presented a beautiful organ for UM JUa okaptL i J BEAUTIFUL Exemplification of the Y M I Ritual Before Snrto Council Hintkin Councils Degree Team Put On Degrees in Great Style Big Banquet null Toasts Ably Responded to After Ccrinonics LOUISVILLE BOYS WELL TREATED A class of twentyfive candidates was initiated into the 1M I at Owensboro on Sunday November 20 The degree work was in charge of Macldn Council team and the Louis wine men performed their task in the most brilliant and impressive man neroThe ceremonies have never been so beautifully exemplified in Owensboro and it was a revelation to the local members The visiting team was composed of Louis J Kieffer Robert T Burke and Thomas Cltav They were accompanied by Guy Nevin of the Louisville Assessors of fice There were quite a number of visitorsI from Montgomery Council of KnottsvilleAfter work at the Odd Fellows Hall those present marched to Sarto Council club house where August Graf with the assistance of the Ladies Auxiliary served in elegant style the most toothsome and satisfy ing banquet in the history of the council The banquet hall was taste fully decorated and presented a beautiful appearance After the good things had been disposed of James A Turner in W few fitting words intro duced Rev George MI Connor who responded in an eloquent manner to the toast Pro Deo Pro Patria the motto of the Y M 1 Next came Louis Kieffer who spoke to Our New Brothers in an address full of good things for them and he diilht confine his remarks entirely to the brothers He was followed by S It Ewing on The Young Maui In which he urged the members to develop every fac ulty they possessed to the fullest ex tent and the things he said will be treasured for many years to come The Kentucky Jurisdiction by Rob eat Burke was next and taking the wide latitude covered by the subject he entertained with a flojv of wit and good stories that kept the hall in n a gale of merriment Our Council was responded to by President Charles Barbour who reviewed the history of Sarto and bespoke the support of the Catholic men of the city for the work of the council In tho future after expressing his happiness and pride in time success of the sixth initiation and banquet Naming hlnuplf as a Country Jake J M HnyneH of Knottsville gave some most excellent reasons of Why am I a Y M Iq1 After taking a rap at old bachelors Rev Louis Herbcrth feelingly expressed his pleasure at being present and In becoming nc q the Y M T and its work On behalf of the Ladies Auxiliary Miss Agnes Kelly made an ad dress beautifully expressing the sentiments of the ladies regarding the relations to the institute and thelr work in life In his happiest manner Grand President La Vega Clements re sponded to the toast Sail On and he showed that his heart was in the work in making time Y foI sail on and on and on as he assured them that it must by following out the objects for which It is founded givenMrmanner in which he presided as toast mister He performed that difficult task perfectly A novel and pretty feature was his presentation of n rosebud to each speaker instead of the usual verbal bouquets The af origInal tainments of Sarto Council different from others anti which add so munch to any occasion It was most aptly observed by a member during the banquet that If those on the outside knew what glorious times we do have hero it would be impossible to keep them away With the singing of the ode was closed the finest affair of its kind ever given in Owensboro ANNUAL ELECTION Puts New Men at Head of Louisville K of C Council The Louisville Council Knights of Columbus held its annual election in tho banquet hall at the Scelbacn Hotel Wednesday night The attend ance was very largnlld it was nearly midnight before the balloting was completed The new officer urc as follows Grand KnightS M1 Raffo Deputy Grand KnightJohn AL MulloyTreasurer ApplingSecretary J IiynnChancellorJohn Doyle Lecturer Harry A Bwnnn AdvocatePatrick i Bulilvun trusteekranlc A Ueher Warder William Klapheke Inside Guard Charles Hammer Outside Guard Thomas Evans It was announced tint work on thq now home was being pushed and that when it was completed the tights would have the finest club house in the city The council adjourned for two weeks owingto the fact tint tthe Knights have turned their home over to the Sisters of the Good Shepherd for their Christmas sale next week ELECT FRIDAY NIGHT The Central Committee of the Cath olic Knights of America will hold its regular monthly nesting at St Marys Hall next Friday night when ttic annual election of officers takes place As some very important busts aese wilt opme before the meeting it ft urgedd that nil branches be fully I pasitentedY u BUY Furniture NOW Before the Xmas Rush I My stocks are complete in all lines and are marked at specially low prices for the next weeks selling JAMES GREENE 4252729 East MarKet St BEST TERMS LOWEST PRICES tieNees+N NNNee N NNee NN NNNNNi LOUISVILLE IS BECOMING FAMOUS BY THE SPLENDID DISHES THAT ARE SERVED AT THE KENTUCKY DAIRY LUNCH I 350 WEST JEFFERSON ST THE BEST PEOPLE eat there by the hundredswhy not you see the sign J VSWJES B DAMP Owner + + +++ +++ + + s 415 Per Ton of 2000 Pounds DONT GO blind at anything especially in purchasing 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