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KENTUCKY IRISH AMERIcAN VOLUME YXNO 24 LOUISVILLE SATCiRDADECE1 IBER J2 1908 PRICE FIVE CENTS LANDLORDS viii Bo Forced to Do Without the Bonus if the Hill Passes Tenants Can Insist On Fewer Years to Make Final Settlement 6 6Able Irish Editor Explainsl the Good Features of Land nil GRAPPLES GREAT ECONOMIC EVIL t Writing of the new Irish land bill introduced by Secretary Birrell and wrlch is now engrossing the attention of Parliament the editor of the utteranceto4 4Thatas regards the congested dis tricts of the West it is fl bold and statesmanlike attempt to deal with a great economic evil That HO far as the bargains completed before Nov vember 1 are concerned the bill while recognizing the obligations im posed by Wyndhams act affords a taxpayerfromthe flotation of fiftytwo millions of stock under the old conditions would have placed upon him but that as regards future sales the bill lessens rather than increases the prospects of mutual arrangement between landlords and ttenants while provid ing no compulsion to replace tho diminished inducements offered to the former to part with estates the value of which the operation of the Wyndham act has taught them to overestimateConcerning the failure of the Wyndham act to accomplish what was intended the editor says Two extraordinary facts strike one from a retrospect of the work ing of Wyndhnms act for the past five years One is the huge differ ence between Wyndhams estimate of the amount required to transfer the land of Ireland to the tenants the other Is the utter collapse in practice of his financial arrange ments Wyndham assumed that the purchase price of the entire land of Ireland would nhexceed one hun y tfrjri tRltliamrmr fo sshiih he added ITu nri inducement or bribe to the Iland- lords the large bonus of twelve millions sterling Now in actual fact thirty millions have been raised and paid over to landlords sales repre senting fiftytwo millions have been arranged and are awaiting only the provision of the money and Secretary iBlrrell is assured that 100 millions more will be required to finance the transfer of these estates for the sale of which no agreements have been arrived at raising the total price of Irish land to the extraordinary sum of 180 millions not including the bonus Uyndhnm es timated in arranging the financial basis of his net that his 2 per cent land stock would be subscribed for at par and that there would be no loss on the flotation but it has been found that the average cash price of the stock has been about 88 It has been as low as b4 The total loss of issuing the thirty millions of stock already subscribed for has amounted to three and n half mill ions and it the Treasury were to go on with the issue of this stock to finance the entire transaction of land purchase in Ireland there would be a loss of not less than twenty millions This would repre somethingdangerously which under Wyndhams act would have to be borne by the ratepayers resulttt time pay a high price for their land the land startlinglydisproportionate assumed they would be entitled to and the taxpayers o Ireland would mightwellthe countryThestock at 3 per cent instead of 2 per cent to finance future transac uptoawait the money amounting as al ready stated to over fifty millions sterling the landlords will be of fered 2 per cent stock nt 92 br part cash and part stock at that + price and the loss which will be In volved in issuing the balance of the fiftytwo millions required to com plete these transactions is to be exchequerThusbe saved the heavy impost that would have been placed on them had this sum been raised by the issue of c stock at the present market prices under the provisions of Wyndhams act As regards the future transactions while the purchasing tenant will have to pay an annuity of 314 r per cent instead of 314 per cent it will be his business to see that he buys his land at a loyer figure hisouneighbor who has bought under the Wyndham act gave that Is to say that the annuity at time new rate of 314 per cent on the purchase prlei shall be no greater then that of his neighbor who will lid paying only hl13CprlcelInh4ve to lake a less Dumber of years purchase for hlili estate Further= more lie wU have to ofeaae tj accept smaller bonuses ThlsJi what the landlord warned over and Oy tlclpate The bonus proposed by Wyndham was accepted with rev luctance by the Liberals who indeed had no power at the time to give effect to such objections It required I no gift of prophecy to foretell that when the Liberals come Into power these questions would bo brought under review at the termination Pf the five years period wlilch ended on the first of this month and the wiser among tho landlords showed their appreciation of this fact by rushing in on the last day or two of October to make agreements for sole and secure the bonus under the old system J WISCONSIN PRIEST Has Pun With Episcopalian Bishop Who Tears the Pope Rev J J Keenan of Fond du Lac has issued a caustic statement in which he roundly scores Bishop Grafton for his utterances in a pamphlet Issued recently under the title of Pro Romunism Our good Bishop Grafton says Father Keenan must have had a twinge of rheumatism 0111 kink in the brain for he has become fidgety of late going around with a chip on his shoulder and expatiating upon a variety of old religious subjects which have been thrashed out time and again for the past three hundred years The Bishop severely scores the clergy and Sisters of his church who left to become members of the anythingbutpares their leaving to a squeezing out of pus That expression ho applies to his own friends who labored sincerely with him for years What gives the Bishop a nightmare in par PopeTieso much money and wields so great personshaveat the mere mention of the Pope frequentlylorWhydoesCatholic church did not separate from Anglicanism but vice versa The mountain did not go to Mahomet GALLAGHER CLUB Makes Its Debut Under the Most Favorable Auspices The Gallagher Club an adjunct of Unity Council Y M I of New All lastSundayI thin is to promote the Interests of tlyoung men in the order and in cidentally to give a series of enter talnments for the purpose of furnishing and equipping + he club house Fred C Reisz Grand Secre tory of the Indiana jurisdiction wits elected Chairman of the club and SecretaryThewns deferred until the next meeting which will be held at Unity club house tomorrow afternoon at 2 oclockDespite the inclement weather be tween thirty and thirtyfive mem hers of the council attended the meeting last Sunday afternoon Chairman Reisz explained in detail the alms and objects of the club and all present entered upon tho work withenthusiasm Before the meeting closqd Chair man Relsz appointed the following committee to draft laws for time goverance of tho club Frank Zoel her Chairman John Pontrlch anti Michael Roth This committee will report tomorrow afternoon and It Is expected that the attendance will be much larger than last Sunday Unity Council Minstrel Club is rev hearsing three times a week and the performance to be given after the Christmas holidays promises to be an artistic as well as a financial suc cess MAY PAY OUT The Fidelity Funding Company ol bankruptMondaybusiness failure as was at first an ticipated Many priests and convents are affected by the crash Former Secretary of the United States Treax miry Shaw one of the funding com pays creditors was caught foi 00 000 Mr Shaw is not at all wor rled He said on Tuesday that his loans were fully covered by gill edged bonds and that he believed if promptlyIwould be comparatively small The Fidelity Funding Company was es tablished for the purpose of aiding priests in buildincr churches nail nuns in erecting convents nnd academies TRIPLE BEREAVEMENT agellIlsbAmerlcanMich arc mourning the loss of their third son within six years Eachiof their boys was brought home dead Last Saturday their oldest son John OGrady dropped dead on the street Six months fig Edward OGrady another son was killed by a train In Chicago Six years ago Michael1 OGrady Jr dropped dead In a Minnesota town on his way to be married Now the aged couple are left alone ROCKFQRDS NEW BISHOP The Right RevPeurJ Mnldoon will be formally installed tomorrow as Bjfthop of the new diocese of n1V11ltkeplichtch Bishopl Muldodn has chosen LhU Cathedral f Mmy of the clergy laity of Chicago will aMlfii at stn GOOD OMENS Three Local Hibernian Divisions Satisfied With Former Officers Good Work of Past Year Finds Recognition From the Members Presidents Ford and Sullivan Suc ceed Themselves For One Year PREPARE FOR NEXT CAMPAIGN It would seem to those interested in Hibernian affairs that the four local divisions of the order expect to do as well if not better next year than last Three of the four divisions praetlcal1y 14 Will elect Monday night mint while none can tell whether any or all the old officers will be chosen it Is safe to say that good men will be select ed for every chair There was a splendid attendance at the meeting of Division 3 on Thursday night of last week when the members met to hold their an nual election of officers President Patrick T Sullivan presided and favorable reports were made on the IlanleyOthe applications was postponed until the next meeting when reports are expected on a larger number of candidates The Financial Secretary of the County Board transmitted a communication from that body requesting the members to attend i general meeting of the Order at Ber trand Hall on the afternoon of Sunday December 20 The members of Division 4 also sent a communica tion thanking Division 3 for its splendid attendance at the euchre and dance on the night of Thanksgiving eve- Edward McGinn was reported on the sick list He wns Injured In a recent street car accident John Mansfield was reported tp be slowly improving The election of officers wns next entered upon State Presi dent Butler was appointed judge nail Thomas A Quinn and James Coleman tellers The voting was by secret- ballotl dIU 1hefom IfLctrllnv ere llciellfi rnlowllc President Patrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary L J Mackey Financial Secretary J G Hesston Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty SentinelThomas Noon SergeatitatArms Patrick Begley The Standing Committee was nIce elected by secret ballot So many names were submitted that threo ballots were necessary before a choice was made On the third hal lot the final result was announced as follows Thomas A Quinn George T Butler Thomas Kennedy Martin J Ford anti Tames Coleman Nearly ballotingMaeda the members for the honor con ferred on them and promised to serve the division faithfully and to the best of their ability It was de cided that Division 3 would be pleased to have a joint installation of officers of the four divisions on December 20 The Literary Commit tee was authorized to cooperate with the committees from other di visions in providing refreshments for the forthcoming general meeting reportedthatexceeded expendltures by more than 100 Before adjourning President Sullivan asked all the members to make l special effort to attend the general meeting on December 20 Division 2 A 0 II elected officer for the ensuing year on Friday night of last week and the reports of the fiscal officers made such a good showing that the old officers were elected without opposition There was only one break in the chain Joseph J Lynch a tried and true Hibernian was elected to fill the vacancy caused by the death of tin late and lamented Owen Keiran The newly elected officers are President Con T Ford Vice PresidentD D McKenna Recording Secretary T J Stone Financial Secretary John T KcaneyTreasurerJoseph 7 Lync- hSergoantatArmsTJohn T Drown SentinelWilliam Nash Standing Committee William T Meehan Chairman Patrick Cronin Raymond Barrett J J Sullivan and Thomas Byrnes Literary CommitteeWilliam T Mcehan Raymond Barrett and T J StoneEmployment ConmitteeC K Smith D D McKenna and E T Keiran Sick Committee Wi Ham Nash and E J Keiran Eastern division Joseph Lynch and C E Smith Western division When Division 2 elected Con J Ford President a few years ago It was on the ragged edge of disintegration President Ford took hdld with a will Infused some of Iris energy Into the other officers and members and soon built up a thor ough organization Now the roster contains sixtyfive names and there are several hundred dollars In the treasury Jfa wonder the members desire to retain him as President VACANT SEE Advices from Komi state that tie Right Rev Thojaik Rt11ryne of Nashville Temr llriff fseriouily considered peakor of the late BlotCleveland1 cof Hamil ton Ohio where ha VaS born in 1842 After his ordinatJjbi he was for scaminaryCiithedral in that Ity Foimrteen years ago lie wss pointed Bishop of iNashvllle The Seic of the Very Rev Dr George MMichuhmann of this city is second the list recom mended by the clry of Cleveland to succeed nlshop rstmann While his oulsl1Ie fries would hate to lose him they wouWabe glad to hearI of his elevation toTwe episcopacy c QUAMfRLY ir Meeting of Fome Divisions Called aWiertrarid Flsne p pflam the new national and State J of the order a general meeting the Ulbernlans of Louisville will befhcld at Bertrand SundayDecember CountyBoardquarterly meetings that are to be held hereafter Dlmibh 3 has set a movement on flott Piave a joint installation of offlccfcfeon this occa sion and the other divisions will probably fall Into ia pon the propo sition iEi Whether the join Installation Is carriedout or ban ned there will onhandLiterary Committee of the four divisions will furnish temple refreshments These qua terly meetings are Intended to bran ante Hibernians Into closer contact tiIto promote a feeling of fellowship9 mong members of the order iaiS112 RECENT DEATHS5 f John McCloud dig tnt the fnmlh residence 417 Nortfe Twentyfifth street Sunday evens Ijr and his fu neral took place from St Cecilias church on Tuesday tJternoon many mourning friends accompanying the remains to St Louis Cemetery atV TIle funeral pf Mrs linry Esehrich who died at St 10s phs Infirmary on Sunday evening Look place from St Charles Borromeos church on Wednesday morning Time deceased was fiftyeight e r old and was the widow of Williet schrlch She leaves several children who reside at 2014 West Chestnut street iMiss fiftyeight years old who dlcdsSSl the home of her niece Mrs J Hj Kennedy 20X7 Bank street Sunday morning was burled from St Patricks churchon Vednesday morning Iiedeceaed iasi Ti1d 1r large attendaneeyat ncr funeral it tested the high esteem In which ahu was held Mr and Mrs Richard Murray have the sympathy of ninny friends in the loss of their son John J Murray fifteen years old whose death oc curred nt the family residence 1000 East Kentucky street Sunday even Ing Time funeral took place from St Pauls church on Wednesday morning The deceased was an exemplary youth and was well liked by all who knew him Mrs Margaret B Carpenter died at the family residence 1125 Fisher avenue Monday afternoon The re mains were taken to the home of her daughter Mrs Dennis Minogne 1230 Hull street where they reposed utitMl the funeral which took place from St Pauls church on Wednesday morning The tfeceased was well and favorably known In the East EnJ and her funeral was largelyat tended lime people of St Cecllias emigre gallon were shocked Wednesday to learn of tho death of Miss Hose Naltv whose death occurred that afternoon at her home 2537 Duncan street The deceased was twenty four years old lUll was the daughter of John Nalty formerly a Corporal of police Several months ago Miss Nalty suffered an attack of typhoid fever from which she never rallied Her parents two brothers and three sisters survive her The funeral took place from St Cecilias church Fri tiny morning and was attended bya large circle of sorrowing friends Mrs Margaret Helm a venerable member of St Johns congregation died at the residence of her daugh ter Mrs Margaret Jones 508 East Madison street Sunday evening The deceased was born in Germany ninetyone years ago but Had lived in Louisville seventythree years During the past eighteen years she had been blind but otherwise en joyed good health until shortly be fore Ifer death Two daughters Mrs Margaret Jones and Mrs Henry T EsterJe survive her Tile funeral took place from St Johns church on Wednesday morning NEW ALBANY KNIGHTS Now Albany Council Knights of Columbus met Monday evening and elected the following officers Grand Knight George A Walter Deputy Grand Knight John A Gardner Recording Secretary Edward Tlghe Financial Secretary T Reeeveur Treasurer Frank Manus Chaplain Rev Father George O Borries Chancellor Edward J Hackett Ad vocate Charles F Pfeffer Lecturer Christopher Reislng Warden Ben jamin Gllderhnuse Inside Guard GuardIStephen Day and Peter J Pfeffer UNFORTUNATE v ACCIDENT 31isa Margaret R Rileyof 1117 West Broadway who nffera a frac hired knee in alljchWnr from a West roawayoar WedriiiSay caning of- hails W IDK favorably toward recovery Hr many friends Ire anxlouii for her speedy arid com plete recovery 1 ROOSEVELT Sends Ills Last Formal Message i to the United States Congress Up to Our National Legislators tot Protect the Man Who Works Wants Government to Set Example For Other Employers to Follow OPPOSED TO CHILD LALOR President Roosevelt sent his last message to the United States Congress on Tuesday and although a wealthy man from birth he shows his feeling for the mechanic and laborer wno have to work hard for a days wages Among the many subjects touched upon in this final mss sage of the President none is more vigorously handled than that which deals with the dangers to working employersThesaystherequestion of caring for the wage workers and urges immediate action partOursystem or rather no system works dreadful wrong and is peoletheworkmanisexpensive and doubtful lawsuit but the certainty of relief through imme diate administrative action The number of accidents which result in the wOAeworleersInpalling In a very few years It runs up a total far in excess of the aggre gate of the dead and wounded in tiny modern war No academic theory about freedom of contract or constitutional liberty to contract should be permitted to interfere with this and similar movements Progress in civilization has every where meant a limitation and reg ulation of contract T call your especial attention to the bulletin of the Bureau of Labor which gives a treatingthetries as this is a subject which in German for Instance js treated b- mconndo4lliinI WltlminaltimuFks 11 roisl lin for worn out ami crippled workmen Pending a thoroughgoing Investi gation anti action there is certain legislation which should be enacted at once The law passed at the last session of the Congress granting compensation to certain classes of employes of the Government should be extended to Include all employes of the Government and should bo made more liberal in its terms There is no good ground for the dis tinction made in the law between occupations a man is injured or killed In any line of work it was hazardous in his case WfleYlier 1 per cent or 10 per cent of those following a sriven oc cupation actually suffer injury or death ought not to have nay bearing on the question of their receiving compensationIt logic which says to an injured employe or to the dependents of one killed that he or they are entitled to no compensation because few people other than he have been occupatlmPerlinpsomissions in the law is that it docs not embrace peace officers and oth ers whose lives may be sacrificed in enforcing the laws of the United States The terms of the act provid ing compensation should be made more liberal than in the present act A years compensation is not adequate for a wageearncrs family in the event of his death by accident employmentAndsay ten or eleven months after the accident the family would only row celve as compensation the equivalent of one or two months earnings In this respect the generosity of time United States toward its employes compares most unfavorably with that of every country in Europe poorestThe the act are also ti hardship in prohibiting pa ment in cases whore the accident is in any way due to the negligence of the employe It Is inevitable that daily familiarity with danger will lend men to take chances that can be construed Into negligence So well 1 le this recognized that in practically all countries in the civilized world except the United States only a great degree of negligence acts as a bar to securing compensation Prob ably in no other respect is our legis lation both State and national so far behlpd practically the entire civ ilized world as in the matter of lia bility and compensation for ned dents in industry It is humiliating that at European international congresses on accidents the United States should be singled out as the most belated among the nations in respect to employers Rabidity legls latin This Government n IsJtlliMlarge employer of labor Its dealings with its employes it should set a standard in this country which would place it on a par with the most progressive countries in Eur opt The laws of time United States in this respect and the laws of European countries have been sum marized in a recent bulletin of the Bureau of Labor ROIl no American who reads this summary can fail to be struck by the great contra t be theirsacontrast1 credit J deaire9theother employ Ill of laborl a jproodtex M aai e z half holiday during the summer r mouths and likewise advocates an extension of the sighthour system to all Government departments He further favors such legislation as will minimize child and woman labor in factories and mills GRAND RESULTS Arc Expected From Two Missions In This Diocese thathaveattended lieve that their congregations ore properly preparing themselves for the great feast of Christmas AAhasdellveredcongregation of the Sacred Heart DroadwayDuringf oclock was followed by a brief Inv celebrated eveningservicesmon and benediction began at 730 oclock White the morning services were nil well attended Father Lambert spoke to great crowds every evening The misison will be brought to a closcj at 730 oclock to morrow evening Tho Rev Father Patrick Walsh pastor of the Sacred Heart church is much pleased with the devotion and selfsacrifice shown by his parishioners The mission at St Bonifaces church has likewise been prolific in results This is the third week of the mission which will close at 730 oclock tomorrow evening Three Franciscan priests trained to tills sionary work have been inde fatigable In their labors but their Duringthebeen preached in English and the attendance increased each night Trward the close of the week the large church would not accommodate all who sought to hear time eloquent missionaries FILED CHARGES Patrolman Long Must Ap pear Before Board of Public Safety Charges of drunkenness and disorderly conduct have been filed witi againstTamespolice who watches a beat on the point Pwo stories arc gofmug the r lInihJnStf JI snmiscondiict Omni is that he shot at a youth named provocationThe hurleyStoneville Veneer Mills had a fancy box under his urn en route home to dinner Long it is alleged who was In citizens clothes accosted the boy took the box from him timid told him he ought to be arrested- It is alleged that the boy asked Why dont you arrest me then He did not know Long was a police man When the officer laid hands pollcemllnItthe fleeing youth Mrs Stone the mother of the boy it is alleged sought to have a warrant taken out for Longs address but was driven policeLong tit some one but claims he was hunting for a murderer and fired to frighten the person who wns escaping Stone jJH said to live at 222 Shelby street KAISERS SPLENDID GIFT Perhaps the handsomest individual gift to the Tope on the occasion of his jubilee was the seal presented by IEmperor William of Germany Time handle Is four Inches long and Is a magnificent specimen of the goldsmiths ort It is said to have cost 10000 The handle represents the Lion of St Marks Venice in gold with one paw resting on a book This is intended as n compliment to Pope Pius X who was Patriarch of Venice before he became Pope The golden body of the seal is encrusted with diamonds and the end with a fine amethyst Time knob of gold bears Popes none In diamonds The surface of the seal is a splendid topaz with time Papal Insignia en graved on It- UNFORTUNATE ACCIDENT Dan Early reputed to be one of the richest young men in the County Tyrone Ireland fell from a porch in New York City last Saturday and sustained injuries which resulted in his death The young man who is said to have inherited nn estate worth 375000 came to the United States two months ago to study American customs He chose to be gin his career as a motorman on nn electric car For several weeks he had suffered from vertigo and as a result of one of these attacks fell and fractured his SKiill His funeral took place from St Francis avers church Ills aged mother In Ireland was not apprised of his death until after the funeral RICHMONDS NEW CHURCH The new and handsome stone church at Richmond will be dedicated tomorrow anti the Knights of Columbus and Y M I councils of Lexington will attend the ceremonies Ina body The old church was de stroyed by fire two years ago OBSERVED FEAST Tuesday was the feast of the Im maculate Conception a holyday of obligation and was decorously ob I served by Catholics hi Louisville Two or more masse were celebrated tna ers church fin time city anduat each service the edifices were well filled showing HlItth8 faithful of Loutl due are not remissI in thel dodo to the Mother ofGod 1 ROMAN Gossip Starts Anew the Rumors of Red lint for St Pauls Prelate x t Slight Indisposition of Our holy Father Postpones Audiences I Periods of Rest Give Ills Sisters Opportunity to Visit Pontiff BELOVED BY ITALIAN PEOPLE t Archbishop Irelandof St Paul and spentlast inlarlsHoly Father Plus X was ill and his otArchbishop correspondentsto redlintcorrespondcuts IllsHolinessper Ireland nomIngvouchsafedthatArchbishop Glennon of St Louis ArclmbislmopFarley returned from the Efernal City nit the same subject AD such gossip must be taken with many grains of allowanceThe of the Pope last week was at no time considered serious by his physicians but they recommended a weeks rest as the best tonic for his cold Of course thin t was a disappointment to a number ArchbishopGlennon r 14UfCilt XUIIJ of New York and Sir Thomas Esmonde the Irish member of Par tit1amenthis duties as Papal Chamberlain Periods of rest like that of last week mire absolutely necessary for the Pope and are opportunities for his devoted sisters to take their dayisout hour by hour amt consequently i the leisure moments can not dften be devoted to his sisters but when he is ill he turns instinctively to those who have always taken care of his health and comfort Signorina Maria who resembles him both physically and morally speaking about his health said For long years the Holy Father has never halt an ncho or a pain without my care and now that he is old he is to be left to the a x tender mercies of men- The scorn in the word men might lead one to suppose that the good woman is a suffragette but such I hasten to say is not the case The Vatican she added Is d a real palace and they who live In it are Princes but it is always a mans establishment which works well enough until its head falls ill and then we are needed Women have ftheir uses after nil even at the VaticanfThe simple and unaffected char acter of the present Pope is well known and it is the foundation of the genuine affection with which he is regarded by the majority of the Italian people When he was a sim pIe parish priest ho land a dilapidated trap and an equally venerable horse which he used to visit his widely scattered parishioners On ona occa sion ho was driving along a country road when he was overtaken by aicouple of young men In a smart turnout with a young and spirited horse They conceived that it would i be a good joke to frighten the 4 ancient steed of the shabby old priest They dashed past him yellring then stopped and drove back in the same manner The maneuver was repeated several times and succeeded admirably in its object to n the huge satisfaction of the jesteri until o small village was reached The villagers quickly comprehended the situation and their indignation when they saw their beloved pastors treated knew no hounds r Armed with pltchfprks and other primitive weapons they sallied forth and seized the young mon whom times beat unmercifully despite the entreaties of the priest They com pleted time punishment by smashing the trap into pieces and turning the horse loose WORKING FOR DEMOCRACY 4 The Second and Third Ward Shelby Democratic Club held a rousing meeting at fellers Hall Shelby and Roselane streets Monday night IHylnnd Russell made an excellent ad dress for the good and welfare of Louisville Democracy The noit meeting will be held on the nisrht of December IS Invitations to address the meeting will be extended to DroJohn R Collier the new iChairman of the City and County Commttt e W B Hnldeman and Col Juhfi Sol Whallen From time to tithe other Democratic lleathers will be Inv vited to address the club 25000000 + The Catholic census taken underI penf1IDf ot tip 17000000 Catholics W thisI tAndlorI 2i000000 Paihollc under the UnHei Sines flag r o r K NTUOKY IRISH AlYIERI0AI KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflNY Devoted to the Social and Moral vnncemeracnt ol Irish Americans aid Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY hIRISH AMERICAN PRINTING COlnmrpontedPubHBhori SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Entered at the Loulivllle PoitoMIe ai Second Clua natter Address all Cononolcatloai to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 Weat Oreea St 3 TRADES COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY DECEMBER 12 1908 THROW 1 XO STONES I I The editor of the Syracuse Catholic i Sun must be sure at his brethren In the South Last week he wns moved to remark One is filled with somewhat of amazement that no newspaper editor has been shot and killed In the South for more than two weeks All the crime is not In the South neither arc nil the murder committed jn the South lbc most horrible crimes and murdi mysteries in the United States ar committed north of the Ohio river The old admonition concerning pe pie who live in glass houses might be taken to heart byour esteem contemporary WASTED WORDS If Congress would enact onetenth of the legislation recommended b President Roosevelt in his Intest message the United States would I be greatly benefited Unfortunate the trusts and moneyed Interests of the country control a majority of United States Senators and Itepre sentativcs and it is extremely doubtful If one of the measures recommended by the President will gJ through No Democrat will or can agree with Mr lloosevelt in all 1 his recommendations and yet his message furnishes not only food for 1re- flection but shows that our Chief Executive alms at the betterment ot the masses Although a Congressional Comm tes is now engaged in tinkering with the tariff the President ignores thnt question altogether He unhesitatingly admits that the Sherman ant1 trust law is n failure and can not be enforced He urges Congress I tl enact a law permitting corporations to exist under Government super vision and also advocates greater publicity in corporation affairs Of course the trusts and corporation will fight to the last ditch to proven any such legislation Nor arc tht greatly afraid They know that President Roosevelts administrate will end within three months anrt they have no idea that his successor will prove inimical to their interest The President also urges drastic measures for the protection of the wage worker but there are few foolish enough to believe that the present Congress will pay any lice to his admonitions None doubt his dictum that labor should have a greater share of the national wealth but will the great corporations of the country permit legislation looking to that end Ills advocacy of the extension of the savings bank system and the authorization of postal savings banks inuj meet with the approval of the masses but will a majority of our national legislators pay any heed to the advice of a man so soon to retire from office In March President Roosevelt will step down and out He has no more pie to distribute and consequently can influence few votes in either branch of Congress Advices from the mountains show that Republicans in the Eleventl Congressional district of Kentuckj paid more attention to Caleb Power in jail than since he was pardoned AAttorney R S Rose a brotherinlaw of Powers was a candidate for Com monwealths Attorney in the Twenty sixth Judicial district which includes many mountain counties Caleli Powers stumped the district for him and Rose was hopelessly beaten This ought to put an end to Calebs Congressional aspirations u Dr I N Bloom one of the School Trustees from the Sixth and Seventh wards in answer to an editorial in the Louisville Evening Post presented the editor with a few pertinent facts The Doctor does not hesttdte to say that the Louisville school system stands very low in comparison with other cities of Similar size lIe does not leave thn editor of the Post a leg to stand oa D Hyland Kusclls idea to give the clerks of the various Louisville stores and business houses a three days holiday at Christmas is meeting with popular Savor In some lines of business lt will not be possible to make stich a concession but the majority of employers will readily grant the desired cessation from labor IE yon are in business and believe te advertising send your copy to the Kentucky Irish American before Wednesday IfV you are unable to advertisement or ifprepare your I you are too busy call the Kentucky n Irish American Home phone 046 and s representative will be seat to 1outline an advertisement for you- Wban Aoltef outsjI your CrrhtatMi charity doot toast illeDelIoit for working boys St Lawrence InstI- tute Anything done for this hnven of rest will be properly appreciate United States Congress is now In session and the people are nnxiously waiting to see what our natlonnl legislators Intend doing As usual the policemen with Irish names were in the forefront f battle with the Kansas City fanati YOUNG MEN Elected Officers by Members of St Catherines Council St Catherine Council Y M I of New Haven Ky met Monday night and elected officers for the ensuIng year All the officers chosen tnre from the ranks of the younger members The officers choesn are Chaplain Very Rev William II HogarhlresliJentJeo Nevltt First Vice President Hugh Shoe maker Second Vice President Joseph W Wlmsett Recording Secretary Leo Krebs Financial Secretary J Sldf1e3 Hagan Corresponding Secretary Gcorj Barry Treasurer Frank M Hagan Marshal Everett Hagan Inside Sentinel John 1Eiden Outside SentinelJoseph G Bar Executive CommitteeLawrence J Dawson William W Johnson nl1l John J Barry The reports of officers show that St Catherines Council had en toyed a prosperous year despite tho liard times It Is expected thnt tthl young men who have been pneed at the head of the society will Infllfle pew life and energy into the work in hand CAUNEGIK MAKES A GIFT Andrew Carnegie hits donate 11850 toward the building of the new Benedictine College near Xew Jrleimn La In a statement regari ng the matter the Henedlctin fathers say When the questlAi of ebullding the Benedictine Abbe am1 College destroyed by fire In N ember 1007 was seriously taken up it was decided to rebuild with a nnterlal upon which fire could n- roy and along lines in harmon with the present era of development 01 greater Covlngtou The Immediate funds nt the command of the Fathers were found Insufficient At this juncture as by a happy coincidence Mr Andrew Carnegie the rent American philanthropist lIgni- fied his willingness to cooperate IIin the interests of college education rof the youth of the South and mad the handsome donation of 11850 ito further the good work of the college Jhls gift will be employed In toto in partial payment of the cost tof construction of the new abbey unrl college WILL TOUR SOUTHWEST Philip Kc ly of Clifton headed a arty of Kentucky and Tennesse tourists that left Louisville Wednes ay night to spend three weeks iIn Oklahoma and Texas In Mr Kelly arty are his daughter Mrs II 1J Isterle of Clifton his sister Mrs Illllam Fnrrar of Knoxville Tenn nnll his niece Miss Edna Jenkins of Ineyville Ky Ills soninnw II T Isterle will join the party later The wrists will visit the principal point In Texas and Oklahoma and will reo tUn home about January 1 SERVICES APPRECIATED Miss Nora Brown Gov Wlllson mfidential secretary prizes highly In token of remembrance presenter her by Mrs John M Hnrlau wife of- Judge Harlan of the United State Supreme Court During the visit of- the Harlans to Frankfort tits Drown wrote a number of letters for rs Harlan and before she left sh presented the Kentucky girl with at artistically carved ivory handle pen- cil1 In one end of the handle Is n- bulb showing views of Niagara Falls WORLDS HEAVIEST RULER Jlon William H Taft is six feet tnll and weighs 295 pounds It is not probable that he will lose any weight worrying over national ai fairs between now and March 4- When ho becomes President he will- be the heaviest ruler in the world nnd aside from the late Grover Cleveland who also weighed 295 pounds the heaviest of American Presidents ashlngton Lincoln and Garfield exceeded Taft in height PRIZE WINNERS The friends of the Rev Father Does pastor of St Aloysius church Pewee arranged a testimonial benefit for the hardworking tlrlestlast week and quite a nice- Rum was realized Ticket 14held- by Charles Klemenz of OBannonf Station was awarded the lambre quln Miss Anna Stark of Pewee Hey who held ticket 580 won the table cloth TRANSFER ORDERED ie3eeot New Minster Brltis lumbia has been ordered trans ferfed to Vancouver ana the Vicar jneral Very Rev Bather McDon ald fcftir been nominated fort the 81- I akoprle I LiI I SOCIETY ii- I Miss Mattie Head of New lIaven U visiting relatives in this city Mrs George Hoertz has returned from a visit to friends in Clncinna Miss Estelle Kelly has returnetl from a visit to friends at Spring field Miss Marcie Viginl is visiting 1 her cousin Mrs Belle Powell in Greenwich Conn Mr and Mrs P IL Callahan hnvJ returned from a trip to Chicago and the Northwest Mrs J H Gilbert of Parklai entertained the Wednesday uchre Club this week Miss Evelyn Tyler of Mi Washington Bullitt county Is the guest of Miss Ruby Gobel Miss Catherine Fallahay will entertain the Good Will Social Club next Thursday evening Miss Margaret Conroy of Crescent Hill is spending the week with friends in Lexington Mrs tA E Matheny and son Earl of Owensboro are visiting relatives and friends In New Albany Miss Lillie Kearns has returned from Bardstown where she was itIle guest of Miss Beatrice Rodman Hilary Bobno has returned to this city after a visit to his mother Mrs Laura Hayes of New Haven Ky Pierre Hutchlns who visited 1 hili mother Mrs Christine HutchIns of New Haven has returned to Iouis rifleMisses Mary Leahy Wiesen and Anna Blanche Wiesen are convalescent after an attack of scarlet fever Miss Helen Howard ol Jcffcrso vllle is visiting her cousin MlIIS jcrtrude Kilgus of St Louis this week Patrick Bohannan and Grover hind of Frankfort spent lIeeral lays with friends in Louisville thlB week Mrs Graeme McGowan has treo turned to her home In Crescent 11111 after a delightful visit to India apolls Miss Minnie Kearns who is the west of Miss Bessie Beam at New rope is expected to return home next week i Mrs Walter Leachman of Springfield has returned home after a Islt to her mother Mrs J K Leahy of descent Hill Misses Katie Elizabeth and Agnes Short have returned from Howard men where they were the guests of Hus Sudle Spalding Miss Margaret Flynn of 523 Two jsixth street has gone to Texas Ito spend the Christmas holidays with her brother John Flynn Thomas Halloran and bride formerly Mss Lottie Borders will begin housekeeping in Crescent Hill on their return from the East Willard ODonnell of Covlnglot the newly appointed agent of thl Cotton Belt Route spent several dnJs In Louisville this week Mrs Joseph Pottinger and daugl ter Miss Marguerite who have been the guests of Mrs Thomas Mahoney will return to New Haven next weel Miss Hattie May Taylor of Win tester who was the guest of the llsses Elizabeth and Margaret Welch of Beechmont has return meMiss May Wilkins Coons of Minno polls who spent ten days here 014 the guest of MIss Marie Murphy has gone to Culpepper Vn to visit hei istcr Mrs Thomas Lanahan of South loulsvllle has returned from LUll Inw Her daughter Miss Bessie Lana han who is the guest of Mr an frs Harry iBarker will remain in finitely Meyer Hllpp who has been an invalid since May was clerking hand with his friends down town on Ion- dny All who saw and greeted hint pressed the opinion that he was- good for twenty years more Mrs John Beck of West Broad ay and daughter Miss Eva have returned from a ten days visit tc Terra Haute where her son John arvey Beck is completing hit studies The young man will com to Louisville to spend the Christmas olldays with his parents W T Leahy formerly of this city nmv of Shawnee Okla joined his ife and daughter in this city late Inst week The Leahy family will- spend the Christmas holidays U Louisville with Dr J W Fowler Mrs Leahys father and Mr and Mrs Thomas II Leahy Mr Leahys par- sent Mrs Charles Rleger entertained her Five Hundred Club nt her home wentyfourth and Chestnut street Monday afternoon The rooms were handsomely decorated for the occasion Prizes were won by Mrs Charles and Miss Mary meger Luncheon was severed after- the game and all enjoyed a pleasant afternoon Many friends of Mr and rsJohn P Helton gave them a surprise party at their home IGOe Ifimesnlf street on the occasion of the twentyfirst anniversary of their wedding Among iose present were Messrs and MCR dames Joseph Lynch Ben Beckman WUl Hennessy M sJohn lilacs Ml ilea Mamie IHnas Mamie and aryjCoBWor KVtle Donovan Hary nchLonnle Miller siid Mrs George MUleroAn present enjoyed a pleas atealDfII KNIGHTS OF SOLIIBIISi Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else + where Twentyone young German Catholics have applied for membership in Syracuse Council The council nt Utica N Y hnJ conferred the degrees on another class of seventyfive The council at Niagara Falls affl elated at the close of the fair for Sacred Heart church in that city Chelsea Council of Boston wlll celebrate the fifteenth annlversa of its founding next Thursday night At Olean N Y the council Is erecting a fourstory building 50x100 feet It will cost 40000 and will be completed April 1 The Knights at Norwood Ohio celebrated the second anniversary of the council by receiving holy communion In a body St Rose of Lima Council De Solto Mo has voted a medal to be ghen each year to the child showing the greatest proficiency in Christian doc trineSyracuse Council conferred tho first degree on a class for Lo 103ne Council Tuesday evening and ion Wednesday Le Moyne Council re turned the compliment Hennepln Council of Minncapol will confer the three degrees tomorrow on a class of candidates at Green Isle Minn Last Sunday the officiated at the initiation of n class at New Ulm in the same State Members of the council nt Dunkirk N Y attended mass received holy communion and in the eenlng attended the vesper service at ttbe Passionlst church as a testimonial of respect to deceased members The concert given under the nus plces of the Choral Club St Louis Friday night of last week was grand success The proceeds will 1 be divided between the Little Sisters iof the Poor and the Sisters of the Good ShepherdOut Missouri Sedalla Council hns presented the public librarywith a copy of the History of the Catholic Church in America The same council has presented the parochl schools of that town with a gold medal to be presented to the pupil making the highest average ench monthBowling Green Council has elected the following officers for the cnsuing rear Chaplain Father T J Haye Grand Knight Emilo Roemer Deputy Grand Knight Ben A Dad Chancellor Nick Hnrllg Warden Will Nolan Secretary Emmet MI Samara Treasurer George Kcougl dvocate George Scherer Inside juard Henry Scherer Outside Guard Fred Hespln Representativi to State Council M J DeVrie ISmile Roomer Alternates Nick Inrtlg Emmet McNamara UDGE SULLIVAN ANNOUNCE S Patrick T Sullivan 10r1Tudge Magistrate from the Eight Hstrict of Jefferson county has ar minced his candidacy for the nomination to that office of course sul jet to the action of the Democrat arty Judge Svjlllvnn made an excellent Justice of the Peace l1urlng 111s incumbeticy and if nominate will add strength to the ticket in tile Eleventh and Twelfth wards He iis admirably equipped for the place being possessed of a wonderful funl1 of common sense as well as 0 knowledge of the Kentucky statutes CLAIRE FOR SOLON A number of active workers in the Eleventh and Twelfth wards trot to ether this week and in casUn bout for Legislative limber settle ipon Thomas D Claire of Wes Chestnut street as the proper mal1 tot make the race as the nominee of the Democratic party from the iftytirst district Mr Claire is not tlya good Democrat but thor- oughlY conversant with the needs ot Ithe district city and State Iiis selection is a deserved compliment to worthy gentleman THIRD ANNIVERSARY Tomorrow will be the third min ersary of the Young Ladies Sodal- ity in St Leos parish Highlani Park In honor of the occasion the lev Father John J Fitzgerald wl1l offiCiate at vespers at 3 oclock at which the members of the sodality will assist After benediction of the- M6st Blessed Sacrament the annua election of officers will be held A trge crowd is expected to attend OR the number of cars on the Highland lark line has been Increased NO CHANGE IN PROSPECT According to telegrams from Nett York all deals for the purchase of- the Louisville base ball club iron George Tebeau have been declared off It is a safe hit that the Louis vl1le club will not change hands dun ing the coming season and unless all1 signs fail Jimmy Burke will be- the Captain Manager of the team If- he Is allowed a free hand he wilt give auisvllle a ball club to be proud of CROKER LED THE WAY Richard CroRer was the first New Yorker to recognize the Hebrew element in polltlcs and brought a number of the leading Jews of New- York City into prominence in Tarn many hall causing several of thorn to the nominated for the Supreme bench Crokers recognition of thf- 1Jaws was followed by elmllar action by Senator Platt Gov Odell and President Roosevelt SUSTAINED OPERATION Albert Van Cries a young man well and favorably known In tIle- Enst End and who resides at 1420 Payne street was operated on for ipendlcltls at the University Infirmary two weeks ago and his frlenllswlll be glad to know that- his speedy and complete recovery la- now predicted FORTY HOURS PRAYER Forty Hours prayer will begin at Q late mass tomorrow at St Marys church and will close on TuewlaX evening Tuwrdey thei feast of the 1i1iinfi at0 Conception wait the tronal least of the church and aU a MtrScM werewell attended Purchases Stored and DeliveredLater Desired s- i TOYS AND DOLLS FOR LITTLE FOLKS And Santa Claus to Greet Them Basement Toyland in the basement continues to be a Source of great delight to little folks Old Santa Claus is there with His jovial smile He listens to every little and the children are sure when amid this fairyland of toys that they are in old St Nicks storehouse BRING THE CHILDREN THIS WEEK Gifts for Men GLOVESNECKWEAR NECKWEARHANDKERCHIEFS HANDKERCHIEFSJEWELRY JEWELRYSUSPENDERS SUSPENDERSUMBRELLAS UMBRELLASCANES CANESSLIPPERS SLIPPERSBATH LOUNGING ROBES HOUSE COATS MUFFLERSSHIRTS SHIRTSLEATHER GOODS SUIT CASES New Book- Department Mezzanine Floor STEWART CO laeorportUd U CONNECTION WITH MMES MoCBEEBY 4 i4I MEW YORK Home Builders Look Here- We I 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 lo cated at Broadway and Thir tysixth stre- etBroadway ea- Company U W1JITEIIOUSE Manager 86 Kenyon Bl- dgWANTED An Organizer for the Young Ilons Institute for Kentucky Tennes see and Missouri Must be of good presence and pleasing address as well as con versant with fraternal societies and their respective advantages to Catholic young men Special Inducements will be offered the right man For further information address S J care the Kentucky Irish American Louisville Ky- MAOAULEYS THEATER comedyAIwlghtilacnuleys Theater during the first tall of next week The customary natinee will be given on Wednesday MOTION PICTURES The Princess Amusement Company ad crowded houses at each of its layhouscs again this week The Casino Princess Dreamland and olumbia bad new films every day and each of the theaters were rowded from noon until late at night IMPORTANT RULING The New York Court of Appeals landed down a decision at Albany last week that is important to Catholics in that it holds that bequests for masses are valid The matter sine up in the settlement of the state of Susanna H Cagger who left 5000 to the Right Rev T M A urke Bishop of Albany for masses or the repose of her soul FORESTERS TROUBLES Mrs Eliaabeth j od ers who was eeentlv defeat ht reelection as Ifb Chief Ra a Women Gifts for Children TOYSDOLLS DOLLSDRUMS DRUMSHOBBY HORSES GUNSHORNS HORNSTOY ENGINESMECHANICAL TOYS TOY FURNITURE BOOKSGAMES GAMESAUTOMOBILES AUTOMOBILESIRISH DOLL GOCARTS DRY GOODS Shop Early and Save Eleventh Hour plea BOX I ART SETS Buy Gifts etc Club Plan Suit Every Overcoat Pair bfff- Pants now in our store must go I 1 be soon but not one piece of goods our present store goes into our New Build j So Get Next and Get Busy h 4 i s 1 and 2 98 and up t Mens Pants 75c up i Pants 13c and up Sale 12 And continues for a short time only Dont miss it St MENS AND BOYS COMPLETE ARTHUR J KINSELLA N M NO Of1 aNNM o00 00NiN N1 O NNN N OOe- ff From all accounts Shoes and Slippers will figure for gifts more than ever before More common sense is used thats the reason Our showing is on a scale never before in It is a reflection of our great and earnest of every and some that can scarcely be de scribed Odd rich beautiful footwear footwear that is so different from the common that will impart grace to both giver and givee Arrange to come to our store as soon as you can the sooner the better now is the best time when every thing is here and in order and bear in mind the only thing thats high here is 342 w N r I Kodak or other Post I i LITTLE BUCKEYE Disappointmentat Gifts Women STATIONERY PERFUMESSILVER JEWELRYGLOVES GLOVESUMBRELLAS UMBRELLASFURS NEEDLEWORK PYROGRAPHYHOUSE MANICURE BOOKSNECKWEAR LEATHER GOODS inU NONNNONNONJBIGY L IEvery NEW BUILDING jWill Overcoats upiCommences Saturday December INCORPORATEDNOUTFITTERS HOLIDAY FOOTWEAR attempted Louisville SIIOES AND SLIPPERSdescription rungifts quali- tyMICHAELVOLZ MARKET STREET NNNNNNON NONNIOIOON CHRISTMAS GIFTSCamera Writing Stationery Picture Framing Fountain Christmas CardsIPROJECTORI 321 W Jefferson QJxJLOldNumber 343 I Opp Interurban Station eNMS1NNNWo MNO t t+wnnw CHAMPAGNES t AL KOLBWest Green Street UQUOM t OIOAAsw t Catholic pt Foresters has resorted to the of tar vindication Last Saturday she filed suit IhJ the Superior to ebipptl Mrs Rose D ber JBucceswjy for i Holiday Furniture Carpets on Household Every ready and Manager being efforts Pens POST CARD AND AMUSES FIJCK 845 4 Order courts Chicago Court Klttman ENTERTAINS to show by what authority she holds office This legal battle promises to be a long andMDltter one Miys Rod pert has ipadeVseriqUB1 char that tlfythonoyotedi l1 a KENTUCKY IRISH AMERIOAP hMHNNIHHiN 44hN0 0 J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS I CurlQa Furnished on I 4N04yNON Short Notice MARKET STREET J HOME PHONE B8 CUMBERLAND 128 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S Easi Moiia Street Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETobO TELEPHONE 810 D J DOUGHERTY S J MCELWOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answind Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET 44 M 444 +444444444ee 4 t + THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All calls promptly attended to day or night Carriage furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST If you are hunting for material that will not delay your building on account of freezing weather call up or write Kentucky Wall Plaster Co INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 t Brook and RiverrrI Louisville Kyy1 Also operating the Hoosier Wall Fins ter Plant Jeffersonville Ind Phone 555 HOME PHONE 8772 y John M Ridge 1PLUMBING 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 flea era in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson t BOTTLED IN BOND i Tfltphent 1948 234 SIXTH STREETS HENRY fiUNOLD DEALRRI- Naid DSt Fancy 6rocer as- A FIIITCUIIUMPLEIOOM IN GMNCCTHHI- OM WWAUt IISpMtelty Pig s i4IW WALNUT nI a 1531 W I I 7ut7 c7 ULEYS Monday Tuesday and Wednesday evenI Inss and Wednesday matinee A KNIGHT FOR A DAY- A MUSICAL GAY- ETYCOLISEUM NOW 01ENISKATINGEvery Day and Sunday 1lOc HOPKINS 1lOc Where the Crowds 00II HighClass Picture Entertainment Continuous from noon until 1 1030 p mII Change of Program Tuesday Thursday and Satur- dayUrn31 e ONE MMANAGEMENTFI- RST R M r RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO Casino Theater 417 Fourth st I Princess Theater 348 I Bijou Theater 317 Fourth St+ I Dreamland Theater WeatII IIMarketII We cater especially to Ladies and Children Give your boys an education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers Classical Scientific and Business Courses Preparatory De WellEqupedGymnasium Homt Phoni 1942 Cumb South 628 THOSJKEflNEY CUT RATE DRUGGIST Prescriptions called for and delivered in any part of the city without extra charges Patent medicines at cut prices SCHOOL SUPPLIES BooKs Slates Tablets Etc SIXTH AND OAK Ali tbD Fall ad Wha fI and bJeprltes Shapes can be found bare at StJII HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notea The Memphis division will elect of ficers at Its next meeting National President Cummlngs vis ited Baltimore on Tuesday Division 4 will hold its annual elec tion at Bertrand Han on Monday eveningTomorrow forty candidates wjll re degreesin yearforneighboring divisions Company C a military division of the order in St Louis gave a grand military ban Monday night Division 2 Ladles Auxiliaryof St Paul iMInn initiated a large class on Wednesday evening- A movement Is on foot in New Hampshire to organize juvenile divis ions of the Ladies Auxiliary Miss Charlotte II Hollcway has been reappointed National Lecturer This will be her fourth term A class of seventyfive was Initiat ed at Milwaukee last Sunday This brings the membership up to 600 The Minneapolis Ladies Auxiliary has had a rapid numerical growth and its financial standing is high A juvenile division has been or ganized at Bellows Fins N II with sixtyone boys as charter members Officers of divisions might dimin ish if not altogether prevent sus pensions by calling on delinquents In timeThe I newlyelected State Board of Massachusetts expects to have 30000 members at the end of two yearsAt Norwich Conn the members are considering the advisability of organizing a company of Hibernian Rifles Division 4 will have Its annual elec tion of officers Monday night and a full attendance of the members a expectedEvery member of the four local divisions should attend the general meeting at Bertrand Hall a week from tomorrow At the recent election of officers for Division 7 Syracuse N H the fiscal officers reports showed the division to be unusually strong fi nanciallyIAt the Missouri biennial conven tion a recommendation was made to form a State alliance between the GermanAmerican societies and the HiberniansThe at Springfield Mass are making preparations for a con cert and lecture on St Patricks day All the Irish societies in tlie city willI unite with them The divisions in New York are co operating with half a dozen County Boards in New Jersey to bringII about a mammoth parade in Greater New York on St Patricks day A good way to arouse interest in the meetings Is to have at least one member describe nn Important event or character in Irish history Songs and stories also add to the pleasure of the occasion t The Hibernian Building Associa tion of Roxbury Mass for the past twelve months received 207029 al most double the amount received in 1007 The balance in the treasury amounts to 513870 The division at Dunkirk N Y has inaugurated a serlef of entertain ments for the winter to promote brotherly love among the member ship Two priests addressed the members at the opening of the seriesThe Rev Father Philip J ODon nell State Chaplain of Massa chusetts is attending as many divis ion and county board meetings qs possible He wants to do his share in bringing Massachusetts up to the 30000 mark When the degree team of tho Ladies Auxl1laryof Haverhill Mass put on its lnst degree work the auxiliaries from Lawrence Salem and Newburyport Mass and Nashua and Exeter N II were all well represented Owing to what might be termed a freak of the calendar each of tin four local divisions and the Ladies Auxiliary will meet next weekDivision 4 Monday Division 1 Tuesday Ladies Auxiliary Wednesday Division 3 Thursday and Division 2 on Friday It will probably be n long time before all the local branches meet during the same week again GROSS ISLE MONUMENT To show that those of the Irish blood have not forgotten the thou sands of Irish men and women who died during the famine years of 1848 and while en route to the United States the Ancient Order of Hiber I nians will erect a monument on Gross Isle Canada It will be on a bold rocky spot called Telegraph Hill directly over the graves of those famine stricken wanderers The place selected is on the edge of a cliff more than 100 feet high The monument will stand forty feet high and will be surmounted by a Celtic cross BUFFALOS NEW COLLEGE Buffalo N Y is to have a newI Catholic college ItwlUbe con ducted by the Grey Nuns who have successfully managed the Holy Angels Academy in the same city for fifty years The new seat of learning has been chartered under the name of DYouvllle College and the faculty Is empowered to confer the highest degrees in pharmacy dentistry music art pedagogy and philosophy RESUMES DUTIES popularletterlough in Indianapolis resumed his duties on Wednesday During his stay In the Hoosier capital Mr Borne traeger met many of the Y SL I boys among them Past Supreme President WV M Fpgarty He says that Mr Fogarty Is the busiest man dust now beoaltse sw Chalrmanaofthe Democratic Committee he Is looking afro the dttall of theOOlitmltover thex o nt eleotioa- p a 5 ii iii Iio FOR Furniture I I I Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to I WM F MAYER I 419 W MARKET ST AUGUST AIBAUMfR I FLORIST I See My Christmas Flowers Both Phones Special Attention to Out ofTown Orders Masonic TempleFourth andII Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty HOME PHONE 1077 JOHN S WATSON PLASTERER Repair Work a Specialty Home Phone 162 Cumb Main IKSly OFFICE 223 Fifth Street HINTS OX STYLE Hats nrc nearly nil duck Skirts lire long narrow and high i walsLCllIThe vest Is nn important feature this winter Bodices nre absolutely flat and close fitting Hairpins with the open arched toplI are most stylish Plaids seem to be the favorite went for schoolgirls both Itrge nnd small I The fashion of bloomers for the snail girl is an increasingly popular onettBraided cheviot anti serge have reamed I their popularity for separate J coats and suits v For shopping street or generalI service the skirt Is usually plain and In clearing length Large rovers and the standing conjj sulate collar nre emphatic features of the seasons stylel in coats Winter cloaks at much longer and the backs are oven straighter and flatter than they were three months ago A shirtwaist of French flannel having n small polka dot on n white ground is attractive with a necktie and belt the colorl of the polka dot MASONIC THEATER Graustark a dramatization of George Barr McCutcheons romantic dram of that name will be the at traction at Masonic Theater all of Longfellow supported by a competent company AVER OBSCENE POSTERS The Holy Name Society of St Pat ricks church Elizabeth N J lIs prosecuting a vigorous war on ob appealedtoin the work and ere long the CityI Council will be appealed to and asked to appoint a censor to pass upon nil posters In Milwaukee UleI Federation of Catholic Societies Is prohabit posters MAY CATHOLICS STAY I In commenting upon the attack made by the Lutherans on President Roosevelt the Catholic Union and Times says Our Presbyterian friends are as funny ns the Lutherans and that is as amusing as a funeral They also have recorded themselves as opposed to the President in his stand against narrow bigotry Accord ing to their views it is inadvisable on purely patriotic grounds to vote into high office any man who owes allegiance first to the Pope and then I to the people Perhaps if they will not give us the offices they will per mit us to work out our salvation under the guidance of Godthough- we have our doubts HEROES OF PEACE I George T Angell editor of Our Dumb Animals writes There are heroes of peace as well as heroes In times of war Doctors and nurses who risk their lives in yellow fever hospitals clergymen and Sisters or Mercy and Charity both Catholic nnd protestant who risk their llv o in sick chambers filled with tie deadliest germs of disease to carry comfort and consolation to time dy ing mothers who die that their chip dren may live firemen who save lives from burning buildings coast guard who save lives from wrecked vessels locomotive engineers anltJsteamboat officers and men who J the lives of their passengers some times tthe costotthelr own- policemenwhlf dally aBd nightly riskk their lives indef4lMof the lives and property of their tellbwoUiuns alt4M are herou ia time of pease nu t1 rJI I h IRELAND Record of the Most Important ol the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges IWllllnm Cronln has been elected Town Clerk of Jfexvry CountyDown appointedClerkDistrict Councils P J Cnllnn of Dumlnlk has been hightCourtThe schools in the city of Limerick have been closed owing to an out break of scarlet fever Cardinal Logue went to Middle town to bless the bell for the chapel of St Louis convent CountyCavanjury to stock in a recent cattle driveAs the result of an epidemic of CountyTyronedisinfectedPatrick Sheehan a member of the Limerick Board of Guardians died after n brief illness Ills death is gen erally regretted Miss Julia B Cullinanc has been appointed subsanitary officer for the Tullaghamore division of the Galway Rural District- A farm at llichill County Armagh which contained five acres brought 200 an acre although there was not a building on the farm P J OReilly of Crossmollna County Mayo has been elected to fill the vacancy caused by the death of John OMollcy of Belniullet 7 Arbor day was observed in Dromintee Newry by the planting of sixty trees in the grounds at tached to the new school house The Very Rev Denn Shinkwln llInckpoolCountyLittle Sisters of the Assumption Robert M Kieran of Rathbrist bythethe Supreme Court Of Judiciary Martin Cullinan a gatekeeper on the Great Southern and Western railway at Tubber County Galway was instantly killed by a freight train Rev Joseph McCormack of the Christian Brothers who died at Drogheda was born seventy years farnhnm Countw West meathThe nev Mother Mary Xavier Finegan n native of Carrlckmacross is dead at the Duntloran convent County Monoghan She was seventy two years old Garrett Uryno was so seriously in jured in n threshing machine accident at Killerig Countl Carlow that he died the following day Four young children survive him At Ball mone County Antrim emntnensatlonthe three fishermen who were drowned at Portrush The total outlay involved in connection with the bridge proceedings at Waterford amounted to more than 570000 Of this amount 450000 bridgeThe Jr foundinlecting eggs through the district and had been missing several weeks The mass of requiem over the re mains of the Very Rev Father Scally at Colllnstown Westmeath- was well attended The deceased was sixtythree years old and spent his early missionary days in Kilcormac and Klllucan Owen Henlavy fiftyseven years old tiled recently at his home on Castletown road The deceased was andforDundalkLaborers nnllIJarrdeath near Drumshambo County Leitrim rundownCnallThewas reduced to kindling but neither man was hurt- WINDFALL FOR LAWYERS Under the Irish land act the Irish nnchesterhaeoccuI1 ants at a price amounting to 1047195 sumtherepayabletoculty has arisen as to the person to anthegoingthroughunprecedentedwindfall for the lawyers EMBER DAYS Next Wednesday Friday and Sat IenefastENTERS NOVITIATE citylineinMarionas a nun of the Lorettine order ARCHBISHOP SEEKS HEALTH DubuqueIowaat least part of the winter Should his health be restored he will return to his diocese at the earliest possible moment 4 MAMMOTH STADIUM James E Sullivan who was the United States Commissioner at the Olympian games wants a mammoth stadium in New York City Mr Sullivan is President of the Amateur Athletic Association and was re Gently appointed a member of the Board of Education of Now York He would like to see the new stadium located in Central Park and estimates its cost at 3000000 CONVERT ADMIRAL Rear Admiral William U Emory eyePsdivision of the Atlantic fleet now underEranaflagshipthelargestbattleships Cathohien t c FRANK FEHR o BREWING CO I Brewers LOUISVILLE and BottlersKY Cumb Phone West 191 1913Tlotrc WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bar and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber St Deuser Managers Louisville Ky OUR SPECIAL BREWJs F byEveryone I SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOUISVILLE KY IrAsJ FOR FALLS CITY BEERO- N e SALE 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advertise All work guaranteed DRH J COUCHMAN Dentist OFFICE 542 FIFTH STREET family of the Methodist Bishop Emory while Mm Emory his wife is a daughter of another well known Ajnei Jean convert Richard Storra a 4CHOICELfr Gut Blooms Plants and Designs at RIGHT PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 644 FOURTH AVENUEtBoth Phones 223 PRIVATE HOSPITALF- OR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville hospitalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA MERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue JeHenonvllle lad CB THOMPSON FLORISTRosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 10SO All orders receive prompt attention 0 and satisfaction guaranteed REIN AAIJI1 J PPOLSU DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED pfaonofijs 528 Fifth Street WINES LIQUORS CIGARS 1 VALS SALOONVAL Hot Lunch 9x31to4D w OJWSWEW ireG- Ji i Hi KENTUCKY IRISH 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PIANO Will 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 inserts 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 FarrandCecilian MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC Cb Incorporated eQSa80 FOURTH VENUEP QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES For many years the Quick Meat has been universally acknowledged as the best gas range in the market They cook quickly bake excellently and on account of their patent air burners consume lesa gas than any other They are more easily cleaned and are made to last Then 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 O2ItMARKBTSTRBETNEAR SON SECOND W orO f T fJr r REMINGTONShoLES TYPEWRITER i s All makesREBUILT and secondhand from 15 to 75 E Ask Yor txli- E tJou1a8JHome hone 3671n Cumb Main 363 alnellmanrdsCo n i fl4F lt ArtrLOUISVlLLB KtNTUCICt 0 1 KILLED BILL Irish Parliamentary Party Is Re sponslblc For This Legislation Mock Funeral Held at Liverpool to Gloat Over the Acts Failure New Land Kill Will Not 1Dc Passed During This Session CABINET MISTERS UNHAPPY Hon T I tiConrior nn able member of Parliament as well as an authentic correspondent of tho American dally newspapers gives i graphic and detailed story of the rejoicing that took place in Liverpool England when it became known that the educational bill hall been defeaied Liverpool is the headquarters of the Irish population in Great Britain It was there that Mr OConnor went to judge how the Iriqh people accepted the vote on the educational bill His letter to the Chicago Tribune in part is as fol lowsI found the peope beside them saves over the defeat of theeduca tlon bill Forty thousand of then filled the vast space in front of thr Northwestern Hotel so familiar to American visitors earlier in UIO tiny A procession of 30000 children occupied the same place and a torchlight procession and numerous bands brought an empty coffin to celebrati In mock funeral the death of the bill inside the ha- St Georges the biggest hall In Liverpool was filled with n vast audience with thQ Bishop in the chair They denounced the bill and lauded the Irish party as heroes of the hour they having opened nnd encouraged the attack on the bill dragging with them ultimately Bal four and the main body of Torn and also slinking the Xonconformis support of the bill This Is the fourth education bill they have de tented in this Parliament- It Is now clear that it will be dlf ficult to pass any education bill not satisfactory to them In the meantime the position of the Qovernmen has been greatly shaken by the defeat of two first class bills in rapid succession These losses have shaken thefr prestige with their fol lowers and disturbed their whole future There will not however l- an immediate dissolution and the Tories declare it must come on the budget next spring but this is doubt fill Most likely It will not come till two years hence In the meantime party passion runs high The eternal feud between the churchmen and the Noncomform Ists silenced during the recent truce has broken out fiercer than ever The churchmen came badly out of the struggle having consented ttiI abandon their main position and now being hopelessly divided between tin high cTiurch extremists demanding impossible terms and the moderate regretting the recent bill The latter already are preparing a renewal ot negotiations but the Government will make no further attempt to dea with education in this Parliament leaving the insolvable problem to their Tory successors The movement toward a purel secular solution gains great force from this last breakdown of the other solutions but English opinion is not yet ripe for the exclusion oC the Bible and simple religious teach ing from the schools The Irish party members now fix their hopes on Blrrells new land bill It will get a second reading next week but will stop there and be reI- ntroduced next session and probablj passed the landlords being in a state of desperation owing to financial burdens The prospects indicate a disturbed winter In Ireland the lark situation of unrest continuing and likely to be increased by recent trials where the Liberal Attorney General got convictions by the old method of jury packing If the land bill should be passed by a big ma jority things might be helped but Blrrells position undoubtedly Is difficult and may become impossible Gossip mentions other Ministers as restless and unhappy Morley finds tne Indian problem too great a strain added to his seventy years and serious private troubles and the new year maysee some resignations Lloyd George and Churchill now are working together in sharp an tagonism to John Burns who is aggressive and zealous for the Labor party anti stubborn on the unem ployed question and Churchill Is said to dislike his present office Al together the political situation isi most unstable but probably misfortune will keep the strange bedfellows together some time longer CLEVER AUTIST COMING Miss Kathleen Mathew a niece of the great temperance advocate Father Theobald Mathew will make another tour of the United States in the near future She will sail from Queenstown for New York during the latter part of this month Miss Mathew is equally at home in reci tations impersonations and songs of the Emerald Isle Miss Mathew made a tour of tills country a year ago and was welcomed wherever she appeared DESERVED COMPLIMENT It has been repeatedly said that there is nothing so cold ns organized charity but the axiom that there fa an exception to every rule was never better illustrated than on Monday when the associated char Hies of Louisville presented Judge Randolph II Blain with a silver service a A token of regard for Jus unselfish Work during the pasts wen y five yra Judfce Blain le a true philanthropist and he doe not value tbe silver service more than he does the rsolutiode adoM 4 by the SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and TuesdayPresidentJohn Vice PresidentThomas Lawler Recording Sec Thos Keenan Jr Financial SecretaryThos Dolan Treasurer Charles J Finnegan J DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month Pr si eatCon J Ford Vice rte ld ntDan McKenna Treasurerowen Keiran Recording Secretary Joseph T IJ ynchFinancial l Secretary J T Kenney SergeantatArms James Sayers SentinelWilliam Nash DIVISION 3 Meats First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeenth and Main Streets PresidentPatrick T Sullivan Vice Pre ptrMartin Sheehan Reoorali siS cretnr=L J Dlaekey Financial Secretary J O Hession Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty SentinelThomas Noon Sergeant1iltArmPat1ick Beglej DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixtlh Street I President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynclt Financial Secretary Wm P Me Donogh 1212 Sixth street Recording Secretary Frank P BurkeTreosurerHarry Brady McDermottSergeanttArmsJohn DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days Each Month at Pfaus Hall PresidentJohn Kenney Vice PresIdentJohn d Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Recording SecretaryT OHern Financial Secretary Chaa Robards SentinelTimothy D Kenney Marshal William Dorsey Jr- SergeantatArmsDernard Coyle Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club- House 530 Twentysixtlh Street PresidentRobert T Burke First Vice President Frank Lana han Second Vice President Samuel Robertson Recording Secretary Austin E Walsh Corresponding Secretary Thomas Bachman Financial SecretaryFrank 0 Adams TreasurerDan Weber MarshalA Andriott Inside SentinelPatrick Du- ddyPREMIUMS vIT- HNICKS BREADPre- mium Store will be open until 8 oclock every even ing until Christmas COME 25th St and Griffiths Ave A DoctorsOpinion That youll live to old age doesnt furnish the PROTECTION that a LIFE INSURANCE POLICY does Neither does a lawyers opinion that your title is good furnish the PROTEC TION that Title Insurance by the KENTUCKY TI TLE CO does If you want to be ABSOLUTELY SAFE DONT deal in deeds mortgages etc without Kentucky Mjtle Co INSURANCE which protects you from EVERYTHINGandEVERYBODY Kentucky Title Co Fifth and Court Place CAPITAL and SURPLUS 270000 In Business Since 1S76 united charitY organizations and the kind expressions of his friends EUCHRE AND IXXTTQ Branch 643 C K of A better known as 8U Michaels branch has to give n euchre and lotto att Trinity Council Mail Baxter and orton avenues on the afternoon and night of January 20 The after noon games will be called at 3 oclock sharp and the evening games at 8 oclock Members of other branches have been invited to attend The price of admission is only twentylive cents and many valuable prizes ifo to be offered HOPKINS THEATEItt The ehp3Iy pictures tIropldns Theater bjl Men ann unfailing urce of djHfght toamuiieraent Jov era till Manager DusUn P rorniet Britt ft better b11lnext- WMkoni wttM the ChrUtuww eplrifr a01t tt 0- u INDORSED Administration of Trinity Council Affairs Approved by the Members President Kelly mid Many of Ills Colleagues Had Aoi Opposition Mnckin Council Desires That No Member Shall Be In Arrears TWO GROWl Y M IJ COUNCIL Trinity Council elected officers at its meeting Tuesday night The Itev Father J A OGrady was reelected Chaplain and James B Kelly Presi dent Neither lead opposition Tin complete roster of officers is as fol lows Chaplain Itev Father J A OCradyPresidentJames D Kelly First Vice President Eugene J CooneySecond Vice President Frank T Uaffner Jr- Recording Secretary Haymow Ejl Corresponding Secrejtary 4John Rtttman Financial Secretary Clem A El lertPrensurerV K Ecker Marshal Henry Stuecker Inside Sentinel Joseph ZIrnhelt Outside Sentinel W Minsterket terExecutive Committee Mark IMorris Dr B J Lammers Adam G Schneider Edward Mueller nnd Lawrence Hoffma- nCollectorVetter Rappel The administration of President Kelly during the past twelve month has been so successful that the members gave him and a majority of Ills colleagues their unqualified indorse ment by reelection Among the officers thus honored was Vie K1 Ecker Treasurer and also Chairman of the Entertainment Committee Mr Ecker has shown rare executlvi ability and will no doubt be placei head of the same committee during the coming year Eugene J Cooney Past President of Trinity was rcclccted First Vice President without opposition The election of Frank T Haffner Jr as Second Vice President was a compliment to the younger men Each of tho officers was chosen on acount of lhis fitness for the work expected of him With such a number of men of ex ecutive ability to guide it Trinity Council ought to do better next yes than ever before Prior to the election four new ap plications were received The reo celptu of the evening were unusuall heavy Joseph Hoeher who has been 111 was reported much improved William T Meagher a switchman iin the East Louisville ardswas reported injured in falling from a boxcar The committee in charge of tile formal opening of the new club house reported that it held an en thuslastlc meeting on Sunday afternoon The various subChalrmei made reports indicating that the proposed bazaar would be a grand success The Dance Committee reported that it had sent out invitations for a dance on New Years eve Probably owing to the approach of the holidays the attendance at Mackin Councils meeting Tuesday night was not as large as usual President Robert T Burke occupied the chair and announced that the officers for the ensuing year would he publicly installed at the first meeting in January Four members DrIupbeforetends to start the year with a clear slate The evenings work was de voted to routine affairs Both Mackin and Trinity Councils have grown numerically and flnaiv caly during the past year and each hopes to make a still better show Ing during the twelve months to come IRISH TENOR COMING Fiske 0IIara the sweet Irish singer will begin a weeks engagement at Masonic Theater on Monday December 21 Ills romantic Irish drama Dion ODare will be presented and Mr Oifara will sing a number of new and pleasing melo dies lIe is not only a pleasing singer but n patriotic Irishman and practical Catholic as well lie is n member of Division 1841 O H of Salem Mass and of Veragua Coun cil Knights of Columbus of the same city During his last visit he made many friends in Louisville and- o doubt will be greeted by crowded houses at each performance during his coming engagement BRIGHT PUWTS DEATH Mr and Mrs Theodore M Moritz of 408 East Madison street New Albany have the sympathy of coon friends In their grief over the death of their tenyearold son Leo F Morltz The little follow was one of the brightest pupils attending St Marys parochial school Saturday he was taken ill and on Sunday be was removed to St Edwards Hos pita where an operation was performed for nppendlctis He failed to rally from the shock and died on Monday afternoon The funeral took place from St Marys church Thurs day morning MEMBERSHIP SCHEME Branch 25 C ICK of A held a well tended meeting Monday night with resident William T Mpehan presid- Ing While no applications were pre cnleu it developed that seven new embers were in prospect After a fuU and free cllacussiob it was de ilded tp take active measures to in ease the number of members in the r 1tehTo thin end each memo berVho secures a candidate that is nltiated will receive 92 from tha iraneh jri aaddition to the 50tf ered by the Supreme Boardlhe- off r will hold good iirntU T6brury i o v BUY Furniture I NOW Before the Xmas Rush 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 LOUISVILLE IIS BECOMING FAMOUS BY THE SPLENDIDI DISHES THAT ARE SERVED AT Tile KENTUCKY DAIRY LUNCH 350 WEST JEFFERSON ST THE BEST PEOPLE eat there by the hundredswhy not you see the sign JAMES B OAMIP Owxxor OONOOON t OONONNOOOOOOOONNNOb 415 Per Ton of 2000 Pounds DONT GO blind at anything especially in purchasing your supply of fuel because your comfort for 6 months in the year Is dependent upon i- tScanIon Coal Co TELEPHONE R D4t5 UNION ICE CREAM CO IOrl ujaoturer 01 Pure Ice Cream and Sherbets 627633 EIGHTH STREET We have our own Dairy and Ice Plant Separate our own Cream This en ables us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competitors Home Phone 2144 Cumb Main 1429y ftl iii5 BE SURE TO CALL FOR I McKENNAWHISKYi I r I ISKYI1 McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky WID 8 FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 358 SECOND STREET 1 F SULLIVAN Manager UEADQUARTBRS FORr Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season You can always find the best the market affords in Choice Cula of Beef Lamb Pork and Cured Meats of all kinds Also the Best and Purest Lardin the city We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market products LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLYtt M J BAN NON Pro Mgr j P 1iiiI P BANNON Ru Vice Prti b Treat LJ f IScrtary Kentuckyr Weie Brickk CoC INCORPORATED MusaufszQtarorA oJ VITRIFIED PAVING BRICKF- OR STREETS AND ROADWAYS Offlce5085l2 WJelferam St Works MagMtla Ate Bet 9th ill KM- TELEPHONESTa TELEPHONIC J2B21 r jttIi 2111 DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing For e SCiENTIfIC AND PRACTICAL HQXSE smm n I a1Oeiea Called Per ad OeMverei OPfIICIAMlPOIII MMII t J