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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i f I KENTUCKY IRll AMERIcAN VOLUME XXLNO 26 LOUISVILLE SATURDADECEMBER 1905PRICEFIVE GENTS WEATHERED a Storms of the Past Year and All j Are Safe in the Harbor Dreadful Panic Failed to Hurt Any Local Societies of Catholics All Arc Eagerly Awaiting the Better Things Now Promised OUTLOOK FOR THE NEW YEAR Societies of Catholics take stock of their goods at the close of the year just as any individual firm or corporation They desire to see where they stand and to prepare for the future they want to start right to gain numerically and to gain the best class of material available Knelt of these societies has its own alms and objects its own mode of procedure 1lauyof them believe In rotation In office just as the farmer believes in the rotation of crops others believe in holding on to n capable officer if he is willingII to serve The past year has been a strenuous one for nit societies and yet the societies of Catholics in Louisville can not say that they have suffered more than any of their dis senting brethren During 1908 each of the four divisions of the Ancient Order of fiber nians and the Ladies Auxiliary have made substantial gains in membership and none has suffered materially in the treasury The national 1 and state conventions gave n new 8 impetus to the order in Louisville Then came the election of County t Board officers and many new facestt appeared but the four divisions and the Ladles Auxiliary believed theirtt old officers Who had piloted them toIa safe harbor in time of panic were the people to tie to John M Mulloy n declined to stand for reelection asf membersbeen tried under more than one firett Thomas Keenan Sr Mr Keenan hallII represented his division his county 1 and Ills State in the councils of the order and is ready to do It again Divisions 2 3 and 4 elected their formerEisl nts nndBiajorltr Qf them subordinate officers I1ie OH is ready for a campaign for I 1009 right now The Ladles Auxiliary t also reelected Miss Rose Sweeney as J President and she has promised to help them to better things during the year to comoII During the past year the Knights of Columbus have purchased theirII own home on Fourth avenue near 1 York and the additions they ImeII planned are well on their way to completion Louisville Council has occupied its new home since early in the year and early in the new year expects to furnish tile new additions anti to sort with manv new officers iMnckin Council Y M I will start the year free from indebtedness It is true that there is a note due in May but the money is on hand toII pay it now if necessary Trinity Council has entered its splendid new home on Baxter avenue and will be out of debt ere long Unity Council of New Albany has owned its own home for several years but is cn1Istantly making improvements The Catholic with their nineteen branches In and about the Falls GlUes have let 10 grass grow under their feet during the past twelve months When n branch appeared to lag the Central Committee Investigated and remedied the trouble During he coming year n series of entertainments are planned that will add interest and enthusiasm to the older members The Catholic Knights and Ladies I of America another organization that has n large following in Louis ville has gained instead of suffered during the past year Now that tho panic is past it expects greater yearThe of the Knights of St John in the Falls Cities have no reason to complain of the past year and the Catholic Order of Foresters now have three courts in this alty one at St lIon 1 faces one at St Louis Bertrands and one at St Anthonys parish nnd all are growing The Federation of Catholic Socie ties of Jefferson county had very little to do during the past year but F What little had to be done was done well VERMONT PRELATE DEAD The Right Rev John Michaud Bishop of Burlington died at St Vincents Hospital New York City on Tuesday Ho had suffered from Blights disease for more than n year and went abroad two months ago In hope of restoring his health Ho visited Rome but spent the greater past of his time abroad 1in Ills native France Realizing that the end was fast approaching ho embarked for America ten days ago His condltlbn grew worse on th ocean and on Monday he was taken from the steamer in a dying condi +a Ion The deceased was sixtyfive years old and had been Bishop of Burlington for sixteen years HONORED BY TOPE n reeeatlyhonorelflrt hAn ri j ari with the kmijzhtliood of 9t Gregory the Great Thorns OLou 1 of Kllkenny I ill a vlsl t tin home He bas pea largely o hM UMMM Ca eharitiea and recently expended fMOOOOn for thit ereehton oil s church in his nativep e parish and expects to spend 35000 more on the erection of a spire When the Pope heard of his gener aslty he bestowed the decoration and dignity of knighthood on dim lithe American thus honored is Dr Thomas McParlan of New York n fonmer specialist in diseases of children Knighthood chino to him at the special request of Archblshoj Aversa the Apostolic Delegate to Cuba pad with the full approval of Archbishop Farley of New York F THOMAS KEENAN SR President Division 1 A 0 11 GALLAGHER BOYS Have Prepared GreatTreat For Friends of Unity Council Great things are expected of the minstrel performance to be given under time auspices of Unity Councils Gallagher Club at St Josephs Hall New Albany on the evenings of next Tuesday and Wednesday The per formance will begin each evening at oclock It will be an old time min strel show put on by amateurs and the New Albany V M I boys want they friends in the three Falls Cities and vicinity to come and enjoy the fun The general price of admission will be twentyfive cents with ten cents extra for reserved seats Fred C Reisz the popular Presi dent of the Gallagher Club will be the Interlocutor Leon Hammer and Harry Lee will be the tambos and Will Kerr and Ben Jones the bones The four comedians will bo backed up by a number of soloists npd a chorus of fifty male voices Among ytlhbJtWllh3Jmand bass Robert Martin tenor Clifford Beeler the boy wonder soprano In the olio Jones and Lee will np pear in a sketch Cory Seabrook has a new monologue turn a quartette composed of Slllings Martin Roth and Davis will render popular selec tions Clifford Beeler will appear in an original pickaninny stunt and Misses Emma Schaeffer and Barbara Schnub talented New Albany girls will assist with musical numbers NEWPORT ELECTS Good Men Chosen Officers by Campbell County Hibernians tTlie Ancient Order of Hibernians nt Newport Ky have elected the followingofficers for the ensuing yearPresidentA J Patterson Vice President Jnmes Holahan Treasurer John Callery Financial Secretary John Von HagenRecording Secretary Thos Hester Standing CommitteeThomas Dis kin James Prout Robert J North Lawrence Diskln and James Barton The Newport division is getting along swimmingly and the prospects for next year are very bright CON J FORD President Division 2 A 0 IT PERPLEXEDeSanta Claus his life when he found sererinstead of six stockings suspended from the mantle at 726 West St Catherine street on Christmas eve night OM Santa knew It was Dave Relllya domiciliary cdfilce that is he felt sure It asbllt pie sevenUx stock awakenednDave Tvjio fold Santa It alas all- s right a new baby girl had arrived but the happy fattier forgot to an flounce It to his dentist lie bfferelT an apology id ern taClansand prom teed to let hint Inuxir of future ar rlft1aI 0 1 ISUBMISSION I To the Law First Lesson Taught by Our Lord and Saviour Significance of the Feast to Be Celebrated On New Years Day Epiphang and What It Recalls to Members of Catholic Church i UNDUE REVELRY HAS NO PARTS Next Friday will bo the Feast of the Circumcision ordinarily caned New Years day It isa holyday of obligation and all Catholics must at tend mass that day under pain of mortal sin Moreover it is the first day of the new year and as many Protestants as Catholics in America recognize it as a temporal holiday at least To Catholics it commemorates the tiny upon which our Divine Saviour wits presented an the temple to submit to the rite required of every male child born of tho Jews upon the eighth day after his blrthOurSaviour being the Son of jQpdjDind the second person of theJ9Hlssed Trinity did not have to snbmit to such a rite but various reasons are given by theologians andspiritual writers which made it fitting for hint to undergo that operation Ono spiritual Writer declares As it t pleased God to send his Son made under the law to redeem those who were under the law so It became Christ to submit to the yoke of the law by receiving circumcision that free his brethren fromsubjection to that lawIAlthough tradition has it that thoI feast was celebrated from tIle earliest Christian times the first written mention of Its celebration was made in Canon 17 of the council which met at Tours 567 A D In order so the canon runs to tread under foot the custom of the t heathen our fathers ordained that private litanies should be held at the beginning of January and that at the eighth hour on the first dayof the month the mass of the circum cision pleasing toji GodJAhoujd be Mkl romtblslti1 c n ibo seers tiatr the feast was already ancient in theI sixth century In the ninth century the feast was also celebrated as the octave of the Lords nativity In the olden days January 1 was observed as a fast though prob ably It was not prolonged beyond 1 oclock in the afternoon St Augustine St Chrysologus and other fathers of the church inveigh against the heathen customs and revelry that took place on January 1 The Catholics hmo beep celebrating the feast for nineteen centuries and as it Is within the ocatve of the LordI nativity it comes in for a fair share of the Christmas festivities Although the Angel Gabriel an nounced to the Blesed Virgin that her child was to be called Jesus the presentation of the infant Saviour in the Temple on the eighth day after his birth is commemorated as the day on which He received his name Agaln the church celebrates the feast of the Holy Name of Jesus on the second Sunday after Epiphany Epiphany often called Little Christmsa Is celebrated annually on January 6 to commemorate the visit of the three Wise Men of the East who cnme to adore the now born Saviour nnd who brought Him gifts of gold frankincense and myrrh The church celebrates this tiny the manifestation of Christs glory first an his adoration by the Magi or Wise Men in his baptism when a voice from heaven proclaimed Him the Son of God in the miracles by changing water Into wine In the fourth century Epiphany ranked among the greatest solemnities of the church The vigilI Is not a fast day because the whole Christmas season Is re garded as a feas- tSUDDEN SUMMONS Thomas Camfield a Veter an of Hibernian Order Is No More Thomas Camfield Sr one of tine oldest and most favorably known members of the Ancient Order of Hi bernians and the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America in Louisville died suddenly and unexpectedly at his home 1305 Payne street Monday night Although he had not been in Uie best of health for several years his ailments were not considered of a serious nature Friday afternoon be complained of an attack of asthma but did not take to his bod until Monday afternoon at 4 oclock and died sIx hours later The deceased Was bore in New Orleans fiftynine years ago but lived In Louisville fortyfive years Ho was engaged in the saloon business in I this city thirtytwo years before he retired He is survived by two sons Thomas Camfield Jr who conducts- a saloon at Floyd and Main streets and Frank and three daughters Misses Annie Katie and Mamie Cam field ahe funeral took place from St Aloysijis church on Thursday morn Ing and the large attendance showed that the deceased was held in high esteem BOOMBRANB JUDGMENT I t flopreme Court of the Dttiriet of lumbia has adverselyi to labor Officials ttthe famous con tempt case of the llwks Stove and Range Company BJ Slnst President utebellIrespectivelyof appeal and vvllMaynil themselves of it but GomperSWtvMltohell and Morrison in jail yvfl11not help sell Ducks stoves BEN JSSND President CIgariSkers Union ihi PROROGUED n Parliament Takes a Recess Until Middle of February The first session pflParllamcnt un del the Premiership of Herbert As qulUI came to aI nil on Monday- tthen both houses 01 Parliament were prorogued uiinfFebruary 10 So far as practlcaJjwork is concerned the first session of the AsqulMl ad ministration closed saturday The meeting of the tJ6 Houses Monday was merely to recejejKlng Edwards assent to bills nlresdylpassed pnssedduringpension bill lrisHniverslty bill the bill limiting a d YlWfork for min ors who are employed underground to eight hours appropriating 1150006a1i1KfJletIU of the London do has tuidentxl the Iii Q1 between The Houses of Coinino and Lord The rejectidajefittoi llltQr wh llu ihe IJtiOiti fiilaimithe latI IjIceived a mandate nt the election of 1006 augmented the bad feeling resulting last year from the rejection or multilntlon by the Lords of the education plural voting and Scottish land valuation bills There is still talk of the dissolu tion of Parliament and an appeal to the country against the action of the Lords but it is more likely that Premier Asquith will try another season the main feature of which will be the budget Introducing radical changes In taxation ANNOUNCEMENT To my many friends I desire to announce my candidacy for the of flee of Clerk of Jefferson county subject to the action of the Democratic party Thanking my many M S CALLAHAN friends in advance for the hearty support I feel certain I will receive I would ask all of them to make my candidacy as widely known as pos sible and If elected will try to make a capable and an efficient County Clerk Martin Callahan Mr Callahan 18B native of Louis vine and has lived here all his life except the brief time he spent with the United States army during the SpanishAmerican win when he wail a member of the Second United States Calvary Since then or dur ing the past seven years he has been Car Inspector and Chief Clerk for the Kentucky Indiana Bridge Company He Is active in the Woodmen of the World the Louisville Tam many Club and head of the M S Callahan dry goods and shoe dealers house at Seventh and Magnolia He Is also a twin brother of Thomas J Callahan Aide of Chief Fillmore Tyson of the fkp department Martin Callahan is an energetic yqung business man and If nominat ed his friends believe he can be elected KENTUCKY TOURISTS PLEASED Phillip Kelly stud laughter Mrs H T Esterle of Clifton and the other tourists from Keptucky and Tennessee who left Louisville a fort night ago spent Christmas at Paris Texas Mr X 11Y8I1dbls party have visited TeJEarkanu Dallas Sher man Fort Worth eed neighboring towns They will also eGalve ton anti tourOklalioma before returning home Mr Kelly his written fo- frIendshere that lie 1 is delighted with his trip and expresses admirationI for the Ber Father Diamond the wlCatholic QUARTERLY Meeting of the A 0 H Held at Bertram Hall Proves Beneficial Each of the Local Division JVns Well Represented at Installation Chaplain of Division 4 Was Pleasantly Stipriscd by Members MANY INTERESTING ADDRESSES The four local divisions of the A 0 H held n joint meeting and in stallation of officers at Bertram Hall lost Sunday afternoon nt 3 oclock Previous to the joint meet ing the members of Division 4 as sembled when Attorney Newton G Rogers stepped forward nnd in be half of the division presented a purse of gold to the Chaplain the Rev Father Christmas Father Christmas was taken by surprise but quickly recovering made a brief speech of thanks and promised to aid and encourage the order in nil its undertakings Quite a number of members of the other divisions witnessed the presentation and ailplauded the address made by Father Christmas County President Patrick J IVclsh called the joint meeting to order It was the first of the quarterly meet ings of this character ordered under the new laws of the national and State conventions The attendance was large and representative all the hardworking and earnest Hibernians being present Each division was represented by its quota and a real spirit of brotherly love prevailed The Rev Father Christmas opened the meeting with prayer and deliv ered un address on the necessity of n Catholic education for children lit urged every member of the A 0 H to help Catholic schools by sending their children to them and to en courage otters to do likewise In that way he said the order would be of great assistance to the church State President George J Butler delivered an address on Irish his tory telling how each division should rend nt least one chapter at each meeting Illisaid the grdcrJiad iipt only done good for its members but had accomplished much for tine Cath olic community in general President Butler said he had appointed Tames P harry of Division 1 to In augurate the reading of Irish history In those divisions that have not nl reody taken up the work James P Harry was next Introduced and spoke along similar lines President Pat rick T Sullivan of Division 3 re quested the divisions and members to he liberal In support of the new home for working boys St Lawrence Institute He told what a worthy charity it was anti asked each of the divisions to donate a bed Thomas Keenan St invited the members of all the divisions to at tend a meeting of Division 1 on the night of January 0 Mr Keenan is the newly elected President of the division and that body has made ar rangements for installing its offi cers and n social session on the above date He said he was glad to be back in harness again and promised his best efforts to build up Ms divis ion anti the order Attorney Newton G Rogers made a brief address on time strength of the Catholic church and told how the A O H could lend It assistance William P McDonogh made a brief speech in behalf of the Ladles Auxiliary requesting the members to attend the performances of Fiske OHarn at Masonic Theater this week Con J Ford anti John H Heimessy Presidents of Divisions 2 and 4 respectively also made brief addresses Both said they believed provebeneficialDuring the meeting the otticers of Divisions 2 3 and 4 assembled in the hull and were jointly installed by County President Welsh with impres ceremonyStephen made a brief speech advocating unity and said it was the duty of all Hibernians to help their unemployed brethren to find work The County President and the four division Presidents were appointed committee to select a degree team for the year and they expect to devote much time to perfecting this branch of the order Before the meeting adjourned the members of fered up prayers for the repose of tile soul of the late P J OConnor of Savannah former National President GREAT PROGRESS Is Being Made In the Ranks of Kenton County- Hibernians Hlbernianlsm is making splendid progress in Kenton county Kentucky and the numerical and titian cial strength of the order there s greater now than ever before The Covington division has elected the following officers for the ensuing yearPresldmttphillp Donnelly Vice President John ODonovan Recording Secretary M J McDer mott Financial Secretary James Mc Breen Treasurer Arthur Toner The Renton County Board followed by elect leg jttie following olfleerli- tPresident4udge CT Sbhte Vice PresidentJohn Fbm 3 4 Recording Secretary James A Flaherty Financial Secretary James G BrennanTreasurerJames MnloneyJudge ed by reclectloiu as County President workingIIIbernlmls served the order as State President and is one of the national officers Under his able leadership the order will continue to grow in Kenton county JOHN H HENNESSY President Division 4 A 0 H ROMES NEW CODE WillI Be Sent to American Bishops For Strict- Observation A cablegram from Rome which may be authentic says that early in the new year all the Bishops in America like those of the rest of the world will receive proofs of the new codification of the laws of thu church upon which the Cardinals tare been working for the last five years and which is to constitute the pontlfJlate The cablegram also says that ninny important changes affecting the laws of marriage the status of tins clergy and the powers of Bishops will be introduced The Bishops will be asked to examine the new code and send their observations to Rome before it Is definitely promulgated The most important novelty so far as the church in America is con cerned iltit the gradual intrpduc tlbnofUit4 nests be removed fromwho can not their churches except for specified reasons laid down in the canon law This decision will affect about 5000 priests in the United State- sCIIR1STi1IAS TREE For Colored Children at St Augustines Church Sunday A Christmas tree for the children of St Augustines parish Fourteenth and Broadway willI be exhibited in the parochial school hall at 3 oclock next Sunday afternoon and every child dn the parish will be remembered The Rev Father Francis Felton pastor of St Augustines will preside and see that each little one gets something Although St Augustines church Is for colored people it is regularly attended by man white Catholics and all are In cited to witness the Christmas cele bration next Sunday afternoon Father Felton fins done great work since he assumed charge of St Augustines In addition to his regular pastoral duties he has organized a splendid choir a brass band and an orchestra On Christmas morning his music was not surpassed by any choir In the city even though the musicians were not white Time music of the mass was Witts Missa Exultet It was rendered with the organ brass band orchestra and full choir The new heating plant at St Augustines has been installed and paid for PATRICK T SULLIVAN President Division 3 A 0 H LOSES HER FIGHT Mrs Elizabeth Rodgers who Was defeated for reelection as High Chief Ranger pf the Catholic Order of Foresters has lost her suit against Mrs Rose D Rlttman who was elected to succeed her several mouths ago The matter was decld ifby Judge ieEwenof the Chicago courts Mrs RodgersY prayed an ap sU which war granted JI I NO LIGHT I On Administration Methods Is Desired by General Council Many Men In Depnrtnicn vHnye Records That Ate Very I Unsavory Foster Went to Clnchmmntl SVlimt Pursuers Got on Ills Trail RATEITurn on the light says Council man John L Richardson but the other members of the Council insist that they are not afraid to go homo in the dark Mr Richardson wants polletondMayortheheads of the departments are ufraid Why1lllCnllsereputable and ninny of questionable character arc holding positions under this alleged reform administration of Mayor Grlnsteads The adminis tration has dismissed some of its own appointees so offensive had they become It is a weirknown fact that men charged with criminal and heinous offenses are now serving not only on the police force but in the detective bureau That Chief hanger knows againsttiiem thrdepartmentThese appointments must at least have his tacit approval otherwise the men would not remain In the de partment or else Col Hanger would not remain as Chief + 1fobert Jennings Foster the Phil ippine exotic policeman broke out in a new place 1 laxst Sunday and to smother the scandal Foster was spirited to Cincinnati Foster hold the position of Lieutenant of Police In the Second district which em braccatne uySixthambitionllkoatCiicsaz + Foster went skirmishing on Sunday and about noon discovered business house at Second and Jefferson streets whose employes were decor ating the store with fruits and ever greens for the holidays Foster ordered the foreman to clean up the debris The foreman demurredand tried to txplain Foster is alleged to collarthrottledThen he placed him under arrest The man arrested is an exemplary and representative citizen The assault was witnessed by a number of testltyforthequestion is one of the largest and most progressive in the cltnria too management went to the front for their foreman That meant inci dentally that they intended going after Foster When the cast was Mondnritin Cincinnati This is the same Fos ter whose unsavory record was first called attention Jo by the Kentucky Irish American His record in Louis villc is not a whit better than it was inPhilippineslV1th on the force even the Ilcpubllonns are crying halt Councilman Richardson wants the names of the new policemen and fire men and Chairman Duff Reed desires to cut off the Drills and furbe p01lcodepartmentCol dlscJllIneIamong Every patrol man officer and detective is watch ing ids fellows Trio police force is absolutely demoralized 1 Time reform General Council has c made the same old tax rate for 1909 175 on the 100 valuation and this In Uie face of the fact that 800 saloons each pay 350 more license tax this year than heretofore or an aggregate of 280000 What is be coming of the increased revenue Tho city fathers also seek to cur tail expenses in the fire department Louisville needs a more extensive firq fighting service than it now Ins More engine houses and more fire men are needed to protect the property of our citizens t The Louisville Evening Post cham t pioned the cause of President Roose velt and of Secretary Taft because squaredealthat the Post always stood for n square deal ffihe Post championed time cause of the local Republican committee during the past fall Did that committee give lion Len Merl meo a square deal Did it not tacitlyI approve his throw down on account of his religion Time LouIsvillatWutcr Company has made no sign that it intended to re duce water rates on account of the yettheprice within n year by knockingoff the 15 per cent rebate for prompt payment The poor old decrepit arid dilapi dated hoard of Public Works Is jitlll making excuses for the eMorthings it has made in the process of renumbering It would be herd to citythreel p mammoth fund of absolutely w6rthlesaridmMlpn air time mein 11DerSot the BoanT of Public Wotk- i TiIf I w U KENTUOKY IRISH AJMERIOANjjI t- I KENTUCKY IRISH MERlGflN I Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancemement of Irish Americans and Catholcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America CO Incorporated Publl hefKENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING 44SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Entered at the Loulivllle PoitoHIc ai SccondCU Utter AddreSl all llmualtloul to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Qreei St TRADES jjCOUNCIL L LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY DECEMBER 26 1908 GREETING Tho Kentucky Irish American wishes each and all of its subscribers t readers and patrons a happy and and that allprosperous new year may bear whatever trials and tribula tions that come with fortitude and resignation to the Divine will May you all be here this time next year z NEW YEARS RESOLUTIONS New Years day is a time for many to make good resolutions but these good resolutions have been broken so often that the custom has been regarded more or less as a Joke However there are some serious peo ple in the world They know that Life Is real life is earnest And the gravo is not its goal These people make resolutions every year and many of them are kept The fewer resolutions one makes the less likely are they to be broken As the church teachesI There Is but one thing necessary the salvation of our Immortal souls Hence there is but one of two resolutions to makeI will serve God or I will serve the devil Occasionally Mammon is used in preference to the shorter name of his satanic majesty but the shorter name conveys the better Idea There can be no compromise between the two One must serve God and hate the devil or servo the devil and be despised of God The man who looks out for his material interest In this world at the expense of his neighbor is serving Mammon The man who serves the Lord first and then provides material things may be despised by the world possibly held up to obloquy by many acquaintances yet ho pays little heed to public opinion because he knows the opinions of those who deride and villlfy him are not worth having The man who oppresses the poor and the man who defrauds the laborer of his wages are not serving the Lord They can not hope to en ter the portals of heaven by stealing i from the poor to give munificent donations to alleged charities Such Judastk t In making your plans for the new ryyear remember that there are two employers in the field bidding for I your labor Whose service will you enter Whose wages are the most munificent Those who enter the service of the Lord are promised eternal happiness In heaven Sin is the portion of those who swear fealty to Mammon and the wages of sin Is eternal death POPE IS NOT ILL When the doily papers are really hard up for u news item they print a story of the Popes illness Usually it gives them an opportunity to deny the Story In glaring headlines on the following day This week it hap pened differently On Sunday came the cable news that Pope Pius X was very ill and that the Vatican popula tion was much alarmed In the same cablegram rome word from the lllght Rev Bishop Allen of Mobile who denied the tumor in toto and said that Ills Holiness was enjoying good health was alert energetic and quick in his movements Bishop Allens dictum ought to quiet the correspondents and the yellow jjour P nals for a while- FORGOT TO THINK Tho dally papers have been commenting freely on an alleged cable gram from Japan to the effect that Japancseschootchildren laughed because the sailors of the United I States navy did not know the wordsI of the Star Spangled Banner Some of our most distinguished ed itors declared that the sailors ought to be taught the air etc ad in fInitum Perhaps they did not stop to think that the Japanese school children did not understand Ehgllsh and hence were unable to tell whether the American jackies weroI singing the right or the wrong words NEW GAME OP TAG Tag Youre lU That is the game that Dr Thomas Baker the LOuIS yUle Jlealth Officer wants to play v4fh cows that furnish milk to Louisville He seeks to make a fight on veterinary surgeons because they charge for inspecting cows and HMiblea Why not make a fight on 4o ors that charge fees for advising nurniBg mothers vt1aj to eat before fooling rdnlsta it would sere many a dootw till Ww St Loota Wlili tt ltMulintrtt says The golden jubilee of the American College in Home will be celebrated next year Archbishops 1 Farley Quigley Illordan Bishops ODonnell OConnor Chatard and more than 250 priests will take part in the celebration They have chartered the steamer Carpathia ojj the Cunard line which will leave New York in the last week in April The reverend editor of the Western Watchman makes no mention of the Right Rev William George MqClos key Bishop of Louisville and first rector of the American College Last week the dally papers recounted the tale of Margaret OLeary a little Chicago girl who voluntarily surrendered her five dollars worth of pennies that she had saved for Christmas to buyn floral wreath to deck the coffin of her father Daniel OLeary Now comes the sequel Capt J T Rug gles U S A rend the story and sent the affectionate little girl 10 or twice the amount she had surren dered Tales such as this make the whole world kin The local papers are telling of n German Jew who was converted to the Catholic religion was a priest for two years then studied for the Methodist ministry and passed up that doctrine to enter the Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Louis yule He wants to open n mission in this city Why not let him go ahead changing for a few more years He will soon have creeds enough for each week The editor of the Louisville Times is despondent because a show house in this city and given over to vaude ville turns by comical monkeys cute dogs and trained cats is named after the citys greatest livin celebrity Mary Anderson now Mad ame De Navarro The editor might console himself with the thought that even the name his never mad the theater a popular resort for amusement lovers In an effort to secure an equitabl- and uniform tax law Gov WIHson has named commissioners to draft the necessary bill If all the com missioners are as capable as those chosen to represent Louisville and Jefferson county an admirable bill ought to be forthcoming NEW DUTIES Formally Assumed by the New Pastor of St Johns The Ilev Father George W Scliuh mane D D entered upon his pas torate nt St Johns church at the morningIFather Sehuhmann was known to many of the congregation and needed no introduction On the same day and nt the same time the annual Forty Hours prayer began The rev Father Norman who had been temporarily in charge since Father Gallagher illness celebrated the mass with Father Sehuhmann as deacon and Father Schmitt as sub deaconAfter the first gospel the Ilev Dr Schuhmann read the publications for the week and then briefly introduced himself to his new flock He told what the Church expected of the flock and of the pastor lIe asked all to aid him In his work und prom ised Ms best endeavors to carry out the work required of him as a minis ter of God At the close of the mass the men of the congregation bearing candles headed by the crossbearer and acolytes marched through the church ahead of the Blessed Sacra ment borne by Father Sehuhmann and the assisting clergy In the evening at 730 oclock vespers were sung The recitation of the rosary and benediction followed On Monday the mass was at 730 oclock and the rosary and benediction at 8 oclock in the evening The Forty Hours prayer were brought to a morningAtchoir under the direction of Miss Marie Costigan dendered Mozarts Twelfth Mass in excellent manner tNIGIlTSOHOSEOFFICERS Jeffersonvllle Council Knlghte of Columbus have elected the following officers for 1000J Grand Knight James W Fortune Deputy Grandi Knight John Kennedy Financial andl Recording Secretary Conway C Samuels Treasurer Frank Braun Advocate Matt Dolan Lecturer Frank Lang Chaplain Thomas Mahor Warden Lawrence Ford In side Guard Thomas OHern Out side Guard John E Cole Jr Trus tees Martin Fogwrty Martin Conroy Mid Richard Kennedy The council hw fiftyfive laeeabars at present and thee are plMsDlactorl a oond Mtffttkn ia tits saely spring Orati Knit ftaHon Mi tWftsta iii the former offlcera werS rfe u4 j Y a GOOD BLESS YOU I seek friend In prayerful words dear I My hearts true wish to send you That you may know that far or near My loving thoughts attend you wordII I can not find a truer Nor fonder to caress you Nor song nor poem I have heard Is sweeter than God bless yowl God bless you so Ive wished you all Of brightness life possesses I For can any Joy at all Be thine unless God blesses God bless you so I breathe a charm Lest griefs dark night oppress you For how can sorrow bring you harm If tis Gods way to bless you And so through all the days May shadows touch thee never But this aloneGod bless thee dear Then art thou safe forever FISKE OHARA Made a Decided Hit at the Masonic Theater as Dion ODare Natives of Ireland and people of Irish descent who visited the Masonic Theater this week were given a rare treat The play was Dion ODare FISKE OHARA Irish Actor Who Scored Great Sue cess at Masonic Theater an Irish comedy drama with Fiske tenorgin the title role The play Is bright and holds the interest of the audi ence from the opening scene to the fall of the final curtain the scenery andethe quaint costumes of the eigh teenth century add picturesqueness to the stage setting The comedy is pure and simple MreOHara possesses a remarkably sweet tenor voice and uses it effectively in his songs My Little Irish Hose Just a Sprig of Shamrock and Nora MoXamara At each per formance Mr OUora was compelled to respond io several encores and several times sang The Wearing of the Green by special request The theater has been well filled at tile each of the performances in the evening and at the matinees Monday Wednesday and yesterday There will be another matinee this afternoon and all who have not heard Mr OHnra sing ought to at tend one of these performances It Is expected that the Ladles Aux iliary A 0 II who have had a running benefit during the week will receive quite a neat sum as the re snit of Mr OHaras visit nInrn HAY CELEBRATION Herman Wessels celebrated the fortyfourth anniversary of his birth at his home on West Jefferson street last Sunday and the event will long be remembered by himself and fam- Ily Mr Wessels had intended to spend the day very quietly but in the afternoon a delegation from St Marys branch of the Catholic Knights of America called and pre sented him with a handsome um brella as a token of regard Later many other friends called to offer their congratulations and to wish him ninny happy returns of the day Mrs Wessels assisted her husband In receiving and proved a bountiful hostess OUR JtlARY A VISITOR Mr and Mrs A F De Navarro und their two children Jose a boy of thirteen and Maria Elena a girl of eight years arrived in New York from England on Monday and will spend the Christmas holidays with Mr De Navarres father in the Amer lean metropolis Madame De Navarro was formerly Mary Anderson Our Mary as Louisville people have long called her It is her first visit to America In eight years and she will remain several months Whether she will visit Loulsvlle has not been determined DEDICATION AT COVINGTON The new Church of St Bridget at Covington was dedicated last Sunday morning the Right Rev Bishop Macs officiating As many of the priests of the diocese as could sparet the time assisted at the ceremony All the societies of the parish and several commanderies of the Knights of St John took part In the street procession that preceded the dedica tlon APING TILE CHURCH A number of Episcopal mission aria In the are wearing the cassocks ofrlests and are giv Lag iLWC11R8 W llerOAteamI pic tiariT1te1 hat service which Jmah1JlautI rhea ea11Tktw CatboHoe but pot u csae SOCIETY I Mrs J J Dunn of Clifton Its spend Ing the holidays at Knoxville Miss Anna Grimes will cntertaii the Good Will Social Club on January 14 Mr and Mrs Edward J OBrie have returned from a brief visit to Europe Miss Grace Russell of Cresccn Hill will entertain next Thursday Iiu honor of Miss Edna Stitzel Mrs Marion Snooks of Eminence is visiting her mother Mrs Jonathat T Thlckstun of Jeffcrsonvllle Miss Katherine Mattingly has reo turned to her home in the Highland after a pleasant visit to Knoxville Mrs Edward OConnell of High land Park Is quite ill but her friends hope for her speedy recovery Mrs Mary Lynch Is spending tbe Christmas holidays with her sister Mrs Warren Payton of Leltchfield Misses Katherine and Mary Malone who ore attending school at IanI liattnnville NY nre home for the holidays Misses Marie Hearn and Grace Dohn of West Baden Ind are spending the holidays with Mrs Ora E Dohn Mrs W L Dooley of Brandon burg is spending the winter with her daughter Mrs J II Sullivan of Parkland Miss Dolly Sullivan who has bee ill nt her home on Frankfort avenue has become convalescent to the delight of her friends Miss M Margaret Shelley who has been attending Vassar College IIs Christmas holidays with herparents Mr and Mrs T W Shelley OS Norton Tierney who has been attending college in Chicago arrive home this week to spend the hall days with his parents at 1211 West Broadway James Maloney and Albert Thompson who have been attending Notre Dame University are spending tho holidays with their respetclve paren1 In this city Miss May Beeler a pupil at Beth lehem Academy St John Iy IIs spending the holidays with her parents Mr and Mrs John B Beeler of New Albany r Miss Catherine Grimes has arrive from Sacred Heart Academy to spen the holidays with her parents Mi and Mrs D J Heffernan on West Walnut street John Harvey Becka student at the Rose Polytechnic Institute 1Is spending the holidays with his parent Mr and Mrs John D Beck on West Broadway Tae many friends of David Mussel man will be sorryto learn that he iIs ill tat his home on Second street It is hoped that his indisposition is onl of a temporary nature Misses Virginia Mnrphy Flora Recktenwald and Virginia Watson Portland girls who are pupils nt Loretto Academy have returnei home for the holidays William and Paul Doherty wlu have been attending Georgetown University are spending the holidays with their parents Dr and Mrs W B Doherty on West Market street Peter Mallon well and favorably known In the East End has rdturnet from St Louis and is spending the holidays with his mother and sister Mrs Al F Martin on East Graj streetMiss Florence Mnttlngly who Is completing her study of music at Georgetown hus returned to spent the holidays with her parents rand frs B S Mattlngly of the Highlands Misses Catherine and Agnes Cav- anaugh who have been pupils al Nazareth Academy this term have come to spend the holidays will their parents Mr and Mrs And Cavanaugh Miss Louise Tnfel who has beer attending St Marys school al Knoxville HI arrived home to spend the holidays Her parents Mr and Mrs W F Tafel gave a reception in her honor Monday after noon Miss Alice Terstegge who has been visiting friends at Tcrre Haute and Muncle and her brother Paul Tcr stegge who has been attending school in Kansas have returned to the home of their parents In New Albany for the holidays Miss M E ODonnell has sent out invitations to the marriage of her niece Miss Mary J Dobson and James W Fearlngton The marriage will be solemnized by the Rev Father JJ Fitzgerald at St Leos hunch Highland Park at 830 oclock next Wednesday morning Santa Claus was carrying other things than toys this year He left- a new baby boy at the home of Richard Doyle 203 Seventh street and another boy at the home of Thomas Murphy 2011 Virginia avenue Both papas and mammas declare that Santa brought just what they Wanted WANTS CHURCH PROTECTED Pope Pius X has made no applica tion to oe represented at the coming conference of the European power Ito re8ulate the sUdation In the Balkans but Cardinal Val the PapalI Secretary ofMate has 8representatives 00 the Catholic powers ncem iJurglng them to safeguard the Interests of trio church in the Balkan provinces c THIS SiA3S CAPITOLS 1e only atattiswhoeh have opitala iii large cities are AtaMMhuMU adiathar Virginia MinneeoU Oeorfia ndCo lorador r STEWART DRY GOODS CO Business Established Sixty Years R0RL IREMARKABLE UNDERPRICED SALITtY offMM = 7 Womens Tailored Suits Coats and Costumes Begins Saturday December 26 The ReadytoWear Department has arranged an Extraordinary Clearance Sale of Womens Tailored Suits Coats and Costumes Many of the values offered were formerly priced about double earlier in the season The reductions are bonafide and if ever there was a time when High Grade ReadytoWear could be purchased at a great saving that time is the present There are garments of every description for Women Misses and Children SEE DAILY PAPERS FOR ADVERTISED PRICES STEWART DRY GOODS CO Incorporated i M CONNECTION WITH JAMES UcCREEBY 4 W NEW YORK JOS BARON PLUMBER 1 KNIGHTS OF COLI1MBDS Late News That Will Interes Members Here and Elsewhere Detroit Council has purchased a site for n new home Milwaukee Council has a surplus of 4000 in the treasury- A class of 100 will receive tale Fourth degree at Milwaukee on Feb ruary 22- Cincinnati is planning another new council This time It is to be on Mount Adams In ninny JVestcrn States the Knights arc paying the expenses of missions to nonCatholics The Lecture Committee of the council at Dayton Ohio promises a pleasant surprise for all its members on January 4 At St Paul Minn the Knights have purchased a plot of ground I20x 150 feet and propose to erect thereon a hall to cost 700000 Hennepln Council of Minneapolis will give an entertainment next Wednesday for the benefit of the Catholic Orphans Home Denver Council is preparing to hold n weeks course of lectures on Cath olic subjects They Will be open to nonCatholics as well as Catholics The council at Columbus Ohio has closed a very successful retreat and Is reparation fQr the appropriate celebration of Its tenth anniversary HIUKIIXLVKS WARNING During the present week an at tempt has been made to fleece a number of Catholic and nonCatholic business men of this city and diocese by men claiming to represent a Catholic publishing house of Cincin nati Lest some of our merchants be victimized by these ollytongued Impostors the Kentucky Irish Ameri can deems It its duty to warn every merchant manufacturer and resident of Louisville and vicinity that the selfstyled agents for a Catholic pub lishing house are fakirs utterly un worthy of belief and of reputations decidedly unsavory They represent nobody but are either fleecing or at tempting to fleece priests and people throughout this diocese In some in stances they have been successful in Louisville and It is said they worked Shelbyvllle and Intervening points since leaving here The promoters are known by the Kentucky Irish American to be unworthy WANTS TO BE JUDGE Harry W Itobinson the well known attorney believes that the early bird catches the worm He has cards out announcing his candidacy for Judge of the Police Court subject to the action of the Democratic party SHORTEST DAY IS PAST stbeshortestdayofthe Within ik feWweecs people in the Northern h t lHpli re reidories H iwroeptible change in ilengthen faff of 4be dye 7uT7 tULEYS Monday Tuesday and Wednesday even Ings and Wednesday matinee THREE TWINS The Smartest of Musical Comedies Last half of week and Friday and Satur day matine- esFro1101s Vl1S011 1lOc HOPKINS IlOc Where the Crowds do HighClass Picture Entertainment Continuous from noon until 1030 p m Change of Program Tuesday Thursday and Satur- dayCOLISEUM NOW OPEN SKATINGEvery Day and Sunday UNDER ONE MANAGEMENTFI- RST M RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO Casino Theater 4I7 Fourth st I Princess Theater I Columbia Theater I Dreamlandd Theater 348 WestII IFourthI 444 WestII We cater especially to Ladies I and Children AUGUST H1BAUMER I FLORIST I See My Christmas glowers Both Phones Special Attention to Out ofTown Orders Masonic Temple f Fourth Chestnut and Idependeat of All Undertaken KATIf1s16N5SSITHDVeMI Ntiirlar aciDr1iMIlK Ladles sa OWlirei a pdeltpa toMa 1817 I recently added the Air Pump- Department to my Plumbing Business I will be grateful for any of your pat tronage and am also Agent fo- rthet Carbonic Gas Drums HOME PHONE 5353 CLIMB East 263a 1010 L BroadwayN- ear Barret Avenue CBEACEfiS SCHOOL2- ndandBreckinridgeSts I J Respectfully asks the readers to call and see us Should you desire a BUSINESS EDUCATIONwe think we can satisfy you In every partlcu lar School is open all year and students may enroll at any time Day and Night Sessions Home Phone 8668 J D CREAGER Principal a FOR I Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go t- oWMFMAYERs 419 W MARKET S- TPREMIUMS WITH NICKSBREAD Premium Store will be open until 8 oclock every evening until New Yea- rsCOME p Mfth St and Griffiths Aye WANTED AHOrlzer for the Young Metto HsUtute for Kentucky Tonnes lee arid 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 Speiatlnducement will boffered the right iliac Fer furthr ilaforraatkm1dik sJff- we fktio Kentucky Irish Anarkaa Aa Ky- t t KE T2Z IZCKY IRISH tuAllJ RIOAN Oran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Eiiibalitter Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 E U It It D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLiOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers- Both Phonos 2908 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET I HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 1J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East Main Street d0 ON NNlN 0 N J E TRACY L H STRAUB 1 BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS crrl- s sa rtFNroledonI 1531 W MARKET STREET N NAINOj0 0000NONN00 NN0 ONNON ON +W THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 AH cells promptly attended to day or night Carriage furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST If you are hunting fora plastering material that will not delay your building on account of freezing weather call up or write Kentuckys Wall Plaster Co BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook and River Louisville Kyl Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plas ter Plant Jeffersonville Ind Phone 555 8772sJohn M Ridge PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING Jobbing and Sewerage Promptly At tended To Gas Arc Lights Trimmed I 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 BOTTLED IN BOND TalMJiiM 1948 234 SIXTH STREET HENRY flUNOLDj Y 0BBAUtR IN stijlI iii- A liiJltHiiir r FHtSTOUJU SAMfiE Hi1 t lh tlGeTl owrraJiti iacss a 1A 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 Insuranceb- y the KENTUCKY TI TLE CO does If you want to be ABSOLUTELY SAFE DONT deal in deeds mortgages etc without Kentucky Title Co INSURANCE which protects you from- EVERYTHING and EVERYBODYKentucky Co Fifth and Court Place CAPITAL and SURPLUS 5270000 In Business Since 1870 All the new Pall and Winter Styles and Shapes can be found here at reason able prices Give your boys an education that will pre pare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the XavcrUn mothers Classical EquippedGymnasium Homo Phone 1942 Cumb South 628 TflDUKEflNEY CUT RATE DRUGGIST deliveredincharges Patent medicines at cut prices SCHOOL SUPPLIES BooKs Slates Tablets Etc SIXTH AND OAK JOHNS WATSON L i stJ- Rtt Rtift afrY9r 1 jd41fyI e Plisse llgt avert uay r brcE gtrt DOUBLY HONORED John Schalda President of Branch and Central Committee Branch 32 C K of A held its an nual election of officers at its hall Shelby and Oak streets on Thursday night of last week The election brought out the best attendance in two years and President John Schnlda had the pleasure of initiating his own son as a member of the branch During the meeting an un known friend presented 30 to the treasury of the branch Tire election resulted as follows President John Schalda Vice President Frank Brumes Recording Secretary Henry Beck manFlnanclalSecretaryFrank Grader Treasurer Jacob Walscr Marshal Frank Wernert In short all of the former officers were reelected President Schalda thanked the members for the honor conferred upon him and urged nil to be regular in their attendance This is the second honor that has come to Mr Schaldn this year Less than a fortnight ago he was elected Chairman of the Central Committee of the CK of A- LETTER CARRIERS ELECT The Foils City Brunch of the Na tional Letter Carriers Association have elected the following officers for the year 1009 President Edwin J Meyer Vice President John Goring Recording Secretary John S Emmons Financial Secretary William J Petot Treasurer Charles W Huber ScrgeantatArms James II Butcher Collector for the Mutual Benevolent Association Daniel W Cuniff Cleric of the National Dis ability Association John S Emmons Trustee Louis W Borntraeger The Letter Carriers Association is one of the best organizations in the United States and was organized for the mutual benefit of its mem bers The Government has helped in stead of hindered the carriers in their work and the organization has been of benefit to the Postoffice de partment as well ns to the men The OJouisvHle organization is recognized as one of the best in the countryI CONTRACTOR IS DEAD Joseph P Bayens one of the old est and best known residents of theI East End died at the family home 1114 Goss avenue Saturday after noon of last week The deceased was born In Holland seventyeight years ago but had spent more than half n century in Louisville and for manyI years was engaged in business as a fresco painting contractor His wife and eight children survive They arejj Louis Henry Joseph Frank Albert and Raphael Bayens Mrs Casper I Boehlein and Mrs Jacob Busch A sister in Holland also survives The deceased would have celebrated his golden wedding anniversary had he lived until next September The funeral took place from St Eliza 1 beths church on Monday morning FAR NORTHWESTC From letters to friends in this city it line been learned that Thomas 1jj Burkholder a veteran member of Mackin Council could not have a chance to eat dinner in his old Kentucky home this Christmas Mr Burkholder has been in the employ of n big enterprise for several yearn but has always came home to spend Christmas ire writes that he is in Seattle on business for his fjrm and will visit Spokane San Francisco nail other cities in the West before returning to Chicago In March F1REMAX HURT Martin Joyce a ladderman at the No 2 Hook and Ladder Company sustained a fracture of the right legI and an Injury to his ankle while In the performance of his duties last Monday Mr Joyce was ministering to an ailing horse when the animal became unmanageable To escape being hurt by the horse Joyce leaped from the stall and in falling sus talned the injuries He was removed to the City Hospital and at last ac counts was progressing favorably XEW HOSTELRY PLANNED Hon William F Klalr and Alderman Patrick Mooney propose to erect a ninestory hotel in Lexington Both are well known in the hotel business In the Bluegrass metropolis and have secured an option on n piece of ground centrally located The hotel will be constructed of steel and stone and will be modernly equipped If the present plans are carried out the hotel will be ready for occupancy twelve months hence OPEN HOUSE The Delmont Club one of tho most popular social organizations In the city will have Its annual reception and open house for Its friends on New Years afternoon and evening Invitations have been sent out to the members and their many friends Good music a bounteous supply of refreshments and general good cheer Is promised all who attend COSTLY CATHEDRAL The new Cathedral at St Paul Minn which has now been under way for a year and a half is only complete- as to the foundation and up to the present time has cost 330000 It will cost = 4600000 to put it under roof and the work of interior em bellishment to cost several millions more AFTER DIVORCEES Memphis city authorities have prohibitdivorcedtne public schools of that city In the- oplnloDof the board a divorced son can not exert proper moral pox ample among young students BLUEGRASS TOURIST nobqrtU hannon of Lexington now making a tour of Europe regis tered in Paris last week BARRBNWASTE Ja=tMLetito has tfci 4 tMftfe of 8000 nUe ad n0 width of 000 miles Rain falls torrents at intervals of ftvej ten InI twenty years It Is hot in I but in winter the temperature i goes as low as zero Some day an American civil engineer who under stands irrigation will visit Sahara thriftyfarmers COLISEUM Roller skating still proves to be a popular attraction in Louisville and devotees of tho sport continue to patronize the Coliseum every after noon and evening Manager Truehart otters special attractions during the holidays HOPKINS THEATER The motion pictures at Hopkins Theater drew largo crowds during the present week and the house was filled several times every afternoon and evening Manager Dustin Is promising new and more attractive pictures for the week to come MACAULKVS THEATER The Three Twins which has been described as the smartest of musical comedies will hold the boards at Macauleys Theater the first half of next week with a matinee on Wednesday The Inimitable Francis Wilson will be the attraction during the latter half of the week I MOVING PICTURES Companythroughunalloyed prosperity this week Christmas shopping did not at all Interfere with the attendance at the Casino Columbia Princess and Dreamland Theaters New films are promised for next week MASONIC THEATER The comedy scenes of Brown of Harvard which the Shuberts pre sent at the Masonic Theater next week are shot with satire on the seriocomic of college work which even seems to be enjoyed by the members of the company themselves the cast representing as It does some collegIate orHarvardYoar4dayFANCIES OF FASHION The hipless girl is in the height rIst leICloth top boots again are to be in vogueVelvet buttons are popular trim mings cp ottheclingasStartling effects in millinery are now discouraged New veils are so lonjjrns to be al most cumbersome y- Directoirc lint scads Dome In col ors to match any hat Venetian beads have considerable popularity for trimming Touches of color smarten ninny costumes of neutral tint Some of the smartest shops are be ginning to show small hats boUtfavoritesNet and lace are the most used waist materials of the season comlngdownFashionable waists are made in the exact shades of the suits they accom panyOne of the newest fancies is for stiff linen collars trimmed with colorHeavy serges are being used ex tensively for both morning and after noon suits The most fashionable coats are al most perfectly straight from shoul der to hem Net waists lined with China silk have tucked fronts and backs and long sleeves The simulated buttonhole elabor ately worked Is seen on every variety of brow- nCATHOLICS PREDOMINATE In St Marys and Charles counties Maryland 80 per cent of the people are Catholics SETTLING COFFEE Break an egg into a jelly glass fill with granulated sugar and mix thoroughly Cover closely and use coffeeThisREADILY SEEDED RAISINS Pjit them in a dish and pour boil ing water over them cover and let them remain in it for ten minutes It will soften them so that by rub bing each raisin between the thumb and finger the seeds will come out clean The raisins are then ready for chopping or cutting if required CHRISTMAS COOKIES One pound of sugar four eggs grated rind of one lemon one teaspoonful ground anise seed stir for one hour then add one teaspoon soda and flour enough to make a stiff batter cut in any shape and dry In a cool place two days bake slightly and frost soon after baking TilE GOOD WIFE tThe good wife should be her hus bands comfort strengthening him when he Is weak walking proudly with him in success giving him ten iadversitySheremembering that every penny rcp resents work and thought onhtsparty Ills good name she should hold more precious than gold Many a man has lost heart Wandcpurage simply because he could not keep pace with the demands of his wife torrealize that she can not have all the luxuries she had in her fathers house Even if ihe does not actually complain she looks hurt stud surprised when the husband hints that expenses are running a dlittle too high He loves her and wants Tier to have as many pretty clot Les and iieunPaeogstomedto rem1terlilrlrtt IOjteatj I ci POPE ON PRESSf Has Good Word to Soy For the Catholic Journalists His Holiness Pope Plus X is ever happy to seize an opportunity for blessing and encouraging the work of the Catholic press He knows how imperative is the need for it Often has he been heard to regret when tcld of the injury done to the faith in Italy and France by antireligIous journals that an antidote was not provided locally in a vigorous Cath olic press When that admirable Catholic paper the Unlta Cattollca practical mer position and for Catholic journalists who visit the Vatican he always has words of cheer At the grantedtospecialhomagewas presented to him In reply the Holy Father addressing the Arch bishop of Buenos Ayres said I beg of you to express my feelings of gratitude to the Catholic Journalists havebeensacerdotalI continuotoInjunctions responsibility paperstTheCatholicJournalistssponsibility of the Journalist Is pro hisjournalF L BUXDSCHU ILL TennWednesdayillness of F L Lundsclni a former resident of this city and a member of severnrGerman societies in Louis lateCaptMrsIlavidbedside and will remain until recovery or death Frank Bundschu another son is now a member of the Louts vllle fire department BONAPARTE TO RETIRE Attorney General Charles J Bonn parte who has been one of the most active and efficient members of President Itooscvelts Cabinet will retire to private life when President Roosevelts term expires March 4 onlyCntholicis one of the ablest lawyers in the United States and commands n private practice that will bring him a revenue many times as large as his salary in the Cabinet ST PATRICKS IX ROME People of die Irish race in every quarter of the globe are Interested in the building of St Patricks church whose erection began in Home lust week The structure will bebuilt in the Italian thirteenth century style of architecture and the Interior decorations will be done in frescoes by celebrated artists The pictures will represent the religions history of Ireland from the time of St Patrick io the present day DEVLIX REACHES HOME Hon Joseph Devlin one of the Irish Parliamentary partys envoys to America arrived at Queenstown Ireland last Sunday and was given an enthusiastic welcome He spoke in the highest terms of the treatment accorued the Irish envoys in the United States and declared that the Irish in America had guaranteed 100000 to the fund of the Irish party In Parliament LEAVES LECTURE PLATFORM The Rev Father L J Vaughan has retired from the lecture platform and has been appointed parish priest at Cuba City Wis Before studying for the priesthood Father Vaughan was an actor After his ordination he was stationed at several missions in the diocese of La Crosse before tak ing up lyceum lecture work He won a splendid reputation as a plat form orator COXSUL AVYXXE HOME Hon Robert J Wynne United States Consul General at London arrived in America last week and Is spending the Christmas holidays in Washington D C Ills office is regarded as the fattest picking in the paysInWynne was formerly Postmaster General in the Roosevelt Cabinet He Is a Catholic and an IrishAmerican IRELANDS LINEN INDUSTRY The linen industry is the greatest manufacturing industry Ireland possesses There Is Invested in it some thing like fifteen and a half million pounds and It gives employment to 70000 people It is a matter for much uneasiness that year after year for a considerable time has marked a decline in the area under flax In Ireland ENLARGING BUILDINGS The Sacred Heart Sanitarium Milwaukee is to be increased to twice Its size The proposed Improve mont will cost 60000 In the same city the Sisters of Charity are build- Ing a new hospital to cost 400000 NEW VATICAN ORGAN The Acta Apoatollcae Sedls the new Vatican publication will make Its appearance In January The price will be 3 a year It is to be the official organ of the Pope PLAPE FOR VETERAN Lawrence Caltehan a former res ident of New Albany and a veteran appolnteelAssIstant ArllngtEDUCATION TheTalob V of education Is to enij FRANK FEHR BREWING CO I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KYICumb Phone West 191 ISlarHE WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers y Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky OUR SPECIAL BREWrIs uYEveryone SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 740UISVILLE KY ar ASK FOR PALLS CITY BEER a ON SALE EVERYWHEREaHOME PHONE 7669 COMB HONE WEST 69 JOHN me PRANK WALTERS7- i Y Clay=Street Brewery i 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATBDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY Ghas ft- J3001 Rogers GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us n call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind In the city Books Magazines and Religious Articles OF KVBUV DESCRIPTION 434 West Jefferson Street Whitesides Bakery 14TH AND BROADWAY Finest Bakery in the World Because of the great interest in our modem plant we have determined to continue our invitation to the public for one more week Three thousand persons Inspected the most improved akery in the world Friday night OPEN EVERY DAY Special arrangements are made for the night crowds from 7 to 10 p m as that is the best time to see the plant in full operation FOR GOODNESS SAKE come and see how we make Mothers Bread Have you bad a look at the clock I OFFICE STO6 HOWLS SUNDAYS 9 TO 12 DONT YOU WANT flood Dental Work Done For the Lent Mosey Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR H J CGUGHMAN DfRtfst OFFICE 542 FIFTH STREETA ftiroy occupations that will render atekxttM tolerable solitude pheasant vanerablsaUe redipldui utulalHl4 lMrrIWY a r cif4bGut Blooms Plants r t and Designs at RIGHT PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 644 FOURTH AVENUE Both 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 reasonable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA flERCY HOSPITAL t Sparks Avenue Jelleri onvllle lId CB THOMPSON FLORISTRosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 032 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteedrJ REIRY ftAIJII POLS DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and GsBts Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED phon 3635 528 Fifth Street 1 WINES LIQUORS GJ6ARS SALOONVALSr r vAL XBATJBK Pmor Hot Lunch 910to4M 7e GXr0 r f r M- 1n n V C KgNTUCKY IRISH AMERIOAN LONNNIINNIINNNINNNNINN GEORGE RIEQER 1 JeffersonStsii N W Cor 4th and j Second Floor Over Hays CloaK StoreIJ I I Watches Brooches Beauty Pins Necklaces Fobs iLockets Toilet Sets Manicure Goods Card C sesiiPurses Shopping Bags Scarf Pins Sleeve Buttons Stytds Signet Rings Hat Pins Bracelets Knives Forks Spoons Etc Come to Me for Your Holiday Gifts Why pay ground floor prices when I guarantee to save you from 10 to 334 per cent on the same goods Remember I keep anything that is found in a first class ground floor Jewelry Store J Business corner Fourth j Thirtytwo years in the Jewelry and Jefferson streets 0 1 Elevator on Fourth Ave Elevator on Jefferson St George Rieger Jr member of Mackin Council iiI Y M IL will be pleased to serve his brother members t Call and see me- Nt ONN11NNN110110 ININIONNLNNMUSIC THE HOME Is at all times essential and there is no time when it Is ap predated more than in the summer A- rArtiRANDCECILIArT PIANO Will supply this music if there is no one in the family that play All one has to do to enjoy their favorite selection frisrrcanto insert n 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- eclllanMONTENEGRORIEHM e MUSIC CO Incorporated 088000 ouTS AVBNUB 5687 Main 9r n M J BANNON Prts Mgr Seth HOLIDAY FESTIVITJES Receptions Dinners Parties etc to be successful require good COFFEE Mul toys Is Coffee Phone a trial order SPECIAL GRADE COFFEE 3 LBS FOR soc Green Black or Teas an excellent grade 1 pound for MULLOY B g ROSTER 214 w lARKBT STREBT NNNONNNIINNN1 N4HOME PHONE CUMB 2712a r HENRY FTJCHS f FLORIST 1 l Plants Designs and Cut GREENHOUSES FlowersiCharles and Sts 556 NNN1011N10ONO NINNONNONNNNN 1 Phontl good Mixed QUICK MEAL RANGES For many the Quick Meal bas been universally acknowledged the best gas In the market They cook quickly bake excellently and on account of their patent air burners consume lest gas than any other They are more easily cleaned and are made to last The new improvements this year will keep it in the rank Having made out 1907 contract before the advance in price of all iron goods we are able to sell at old prices GEHER SON 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND aiYI OVrVOA P BANNON JR VlciPris 45c COFFEE Texas i GAS OPr0 jH M WOLTRING Sicnlary 4 FPIP Bannon Sewer Pipe Co 1 Salt Glazed Sewer and Culvert Pipe Bannons Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits I Wall Coping Brain Vitrified Street Paia Brick Fire Prroofln Flue Pipe Flue Lining Itre l3riclt Grate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire Clay iIIChimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrifid Sidewalk Brick OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON 0TRLRPII0NR573SYURKSt3th and Lexington and Magnoiia Ave Bet pth and Loth- TRLBAIIONR 3833 2399 OF years ranye front Tri I DR Je Te CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL NORSE SHOEING Horses Called For a8d Delivered OFFICE AND FORGe MI SEVENTH R tt tt lttt1runs WIHBS CHAKPAGNM AL KQL3345 WstGrn Straitn 1hf4 Ui11 rr4 +i o HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolnj the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes A cadet division has been organized in Chicago iBalthnore now has twelve divis- Ions of the Ladies Auxiliary At New Haven Conn there is a juvenile division with 250 members- A division of the Ladies Auxlllar la being organized at Chilllcothi Ohio tA new division of the Ladles Aux diary has been organized at Glass port Ia- Dh1sLon 1 of Brockton Mss will celebrate Its thirtysixth anniversary on January 3 U a joint initiation over sixty new members were added to the rolls at Zancsville Ohio Division 80 of Philadelphia lias 393 members in good standing and 180 in the treasury The Ladies Auxiliary of St Paul Minn Initiated a class of fourteen at Its latest meeting Seven divisions in Mercer county New Jersey are preparing for a St Patricks day parade- In Allegheny county Pennsylvania the divisions have paid 10500 for n site for a permanent home A joint initiation is being planned by all the divisions in Lucas county Ohio It will be held next month Ladles Auxiliary No 2 of Cleveland has n handsomely costumed de gree team of forty young ladles Frank Jordan n member of the City Council has been chosen Presi dent of Division of Duluth Minn After the holidays the Ladles Aux Ilinry of Stearns county Minn will take up the study of Irish history Henry Boylan now County President at Philadelphia has wielded the gavel in Division 12 for twentyfivi yearsProf T C Monaghan of Chicago lectured at Cleveland Ohio Monday CountyBoardHoardTlib Connecticut State Board 1is urging nil divisions in that State to contribute 5 to the Church Kxten slon Society largestbuildingI secured for the annual ball which will be held January 25 At a meeting of the County Jioanl arrangementsforI the 100 divisions were represented Through the efforts of Division 4 hlstorrIsochial schools after the holiday recessDivision 7 Ladles Auxiliary ofr Hudson county New Jersey hatI made a handsome donation towar I a marble altar for Holy Cross churchMichael W Mogan who was nnnn Imously elected President of Division 1 of lI Minneapolis Is called the father organIzedThe County Hoard Allegheny county Pennsylvaniat will meet Sun day January 3 to arrange for the St Patricks day parade and to lay plans for the annual summer reunion- A beautiful set of Irish and Amerl can colors has been presented to Division 00 of Philadelphia Dr hHugh P McAulIff presented the American flag and James P Lennon the flag ol Ireland YERY SUDDEN Was the Death of Al W Leverone a Respected Citizen AI W Leverone one of Louisville nost prominent ItalianAmericans was stricken with paralysis on the street Monday afternoon and died milnightother members of his family were at his bedside when the end came All that medical science could do for his restoration to health was In vain ItalyflftseenAmerica with his parents + hen ho was thre years old and halt a Forthe pmtfIfteenDrewlngCompany facultyforthat stood him In good stead in his ivocatlon Al Leverone was a true friend one who never stood back in time of need and yet was never ostentatious In offering lalbs assistance In 1881111 married Miss Laura lunonc who with three daughters urvlvc him tylho daughters are Mrs Inrry Hack Mrs Ernest Brockman and Miss Alberta Leverone Four Mothers also survive They are D J F J Louis and Joseph Leverone Ills surviving sisters are Mesdames henry J Plsel1 und John Baskette The remains were removed to the amity residence 507 East Gray street Tuesday where they reposed until the funeral took ptace from St ohns church on Thursday morning MIKE TVNAN RUNNING Yielding to the urgent entreaties of his many friends Mike Tynan has greed to make the race for Bailiff of the Police Court subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr ynart served two terms as Chief Deputy under Bailiff Dealer and re tIred as one of the most popular officials that eVer left the City Hall Ift nominated Mr Tynan will add strength to the Democratic ticket beCause lie has friends in every pm clnct and on every highway and by- wayot Louisville FOOD FOR FANS President Thomas A Darker and T M Chlvington Business Manager of the Louisville Baseball Club will lenve Monday to attend the annual meeting of the American Association 1 Chicago Before leaving President tarker said that the improvements InUle seating capacity of the grand tend and bleacher yrould meet nil qulrements une also Mid that the fan would be glad to hear that btaadrehleader would play with LouUVllU 4urIDJ ttMeomlDc SaO 0 k+ j SOCIETY DIRECTORY rA O IX- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesda- yPrealdentJohn M Mulloy Vice President Thomas Lawler Recording Sec Tlios Keenan Jr Financial SecretaryThos Dolan Treasurer Charles J Finnegan DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Frida Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna TreasurerOwen Kclran Recording Secretary Joseph T ynchFinancial SecretaryJ T Keaney SergeantatArmsJames Sayers SentinelWilliam 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 SecretaryJ G Ucsslo Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty SentinelThomas Noon SergoantatArma Patrick Beglej DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John II Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial Secretary Vm P Mc Donogh 1212 Sixth street Recording Secretary Frank P DurkeTreasurerTarry Brady Sentinel Jilchul McDermott SergeantntArmSJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JTaFEERSONVILLE Meets on the First ivnd Third Tues days Each Monti ai Pfaus Hall President John Tenncy Vice PresidentJohn U Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Recording SecretaryT OHern Financial Secretary Chas Robardf SentinelTimothy D Kenney Marshal William Dorsey Jr- SergeantatArmsDernard Coyle Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street President Robert T Burke First Vice President Frank Lana ban Second Vice President Samur Robertson Recording Secretary Austin E Walsh SecretnryThomasDachman Financial SecretaryFrank iO- r AdamsTreasurerDan Weber Marshal A Andriott Inside SentinelPatrick Duddy RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Mrs Margaret Nor man who lied at her home 624 East Walnut street Monday morning win held Wednesday A requiem maSS was celebrated at St Johns church at 0 oclock after which the remains were sent to Lexington for burial Anton Stuerzel aged slxtynlm years died at the family residence 045 doss avenue Monday morning and his funeral took place from St Vincent de Pauls church on Wednes day morning The deceased was an old resident of that parish and was held in highesteem by nil who knew him airs Mary Rattennan a venerable member of the parish of the Im maculate Conception died at tin family residence 512 South Thirteenth street Tuesday morning The deceased was the widow of Frank Itatterman and had passed her eightyninth year Mrs Ratterman iIs mourned by a large circle of relative and friends The funeral took place from the Church of the Immaculati Conception on Thursday morning Miss May Hourlgan one of the most lovable girls in St Pauls parish died at the fatally residence 010 East Ormsby avenue Monday morn ing The deceased was nineteen years old and is survived by her father James Hourigan and several broth ers and sisters The funeral tool place from St Pauls church Wednes day morning and was largely attend ed Miss Hourlgan had been III for several months but boro her suffer ings with heroic Christian fortitude Mrs Mary J Mullen a well known resident of Jeffersonvllc died at her hone 810 West Market street Mon day afternoon The deceased is sur vived by her husband John Mullen and four children The funeral took place front St Augustines church on Wednesday morning The dccejisdd suffered an attach of typhoid fever four weeks ago Pneumonia developed later and finally caused her death Mrs Mullen was formerly Miss Mary Cummings and was born In Jeffersonyille forty years ago Miss Anna M Doyle a sweet Chris Lien girl died suddenly of heart dis sease at her 1101110 1011 Floyd street Tuesday afternoon Miss Doyle had been In II health for several years but the attack Of heart failure that roused her death was unexpected and sudden Her parents Mr and Mrs Edward Doyle and Iier sisters Mrs David OCpnnell Mrs Michael lannon and Miss Katie Doyle survive her The funere took place from St Pauls church on Thursday morn- Ing IeaUlclalmell Mrs Amelia Mc NBlIyat her home 1000 West Main street Tuesday afternoon She wits trlcftcn with apoplexy on Monday nd failed to rally from the shock She was the beloved wife of Thomas toNally and Is survived by him and live children The deceased was born In Plttaburg flHyfour years ago Prior to liar marriage she was MM anelta Hero Her first husband was VilHant Donkm and after his lead lienhari4sd Mr McNally Her sur ivlng olilUlrwi are William Charles an4JulhWi OOonlon Mn WUtlarn- Wiha11en shad ilrsi Mloliael Coughlin wo broeberL Jc Hero and Caesar Herd atra survive The funeral took 1Ia4 iron tba Cathedral of theAlia- aitptioalI OK fbur d jr morulng I IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges McIfugLhasVicar General of Derry James Mullan has been elected ia member of the Armagh City Council to succeed Edward Cowan The Irish Forestry Society hat planted 150 trees on the grounds of the Dublin University Boat Club James Beery has been elected Wardsman in the made infirm ward of the Mullingar Insane Asylum On account of the scant revenues a movement is on foot to reduce tlv salary of the Lord Mayor of Dublin to 7000 William Deasy a trackwalker was run over by a freight train running between Newbridge and the Carracli County Kildarc Philip McMahon a building con tractor fell from the roof of a house at Newbridge County Kildare am broke his neck Fire destroyed the barns of Join Byrne near New Ross County Wex ford and the produce of four acres of grain was consumed Cork Harbor Board has decided to invite the American fleet to visit Queenstown en route home from itt cruise around the world Joint Mitchell a farmer who re sided near Rathfrlland County Down was found dead In his chair Death resulted from heart failure Tenants on the property of Capt Smyth In Coole district Count Westmeath refused to pay then rent when refused a reduction Jeremiah Lehanc a school teacher at Tie Naul County Dublin tins been held for trial for the murder of Patrick Costello a cattle herd Totnea KnnrlaOj 11rtnninnlhschool at Aghameen and one of this most successful teachers in the County Louth died as the result of an accident The tight Rev Bishop Sheehan ot Waterford has returned from nome and brought a number of valuabl articles to be disposed of at the Cathedral bazaar The island of Dlnlsh situated 5In Kenmore tough and for the past 300 years part of the possessions of the family of Herbert of Muckross Is to be sold at public auction IAn extensive cattle drive too place In Ballyconnlly County Clare and 500 acres of grazing land were cleared of between 300 and 400 head of cattle sheep and horses The people of Fermanagh arc mourning the death of the Rei Father Thomas McNuIty pastor ol the parish of Ederneywho passed away at the age of eighty years Daniel J ODonovan sixty year old and a prominent figure in politi cal life in Bantry Is dead lie tool a prominent part In the 67 move ment and later in the Land League The remains of the late Bisho Vaughan of Kllalloe and those of ia number of priests buried in the old churchyard of Nenagh have been exhumed and relnterrcd In the cemetery near the new church The bodyl of Charles Methercott a boatbullder who had been missing for over a week was found floating In Lough Erne near Castlecaldwell County Fermanagh He hind acci dentally fallen from a boat while crossing to the mainland NEW OFFICERS Chosen byThree Branches of the Catholic Knights The Catholic Knights of America In Louisville are preparing for a membership campaign during tIi coming year and the Indications ore that It will be gradual but steady Branch 5 whose members are practically nil members of St Bonifaces church have elected the following officers Spiritual Director Rev father Richard Wurth O F M President Carl Partusoh Vice Presi dent Fcrd Partusch Recording Secretary E Neuhaus Financial Secretary J J Grewellng Treasurer Id1 nund Rapp Trustee for three years Edmund Rapp Branch 44 of St Josephs con re ation chose the following officers Spiritual Director Rev Father nulinus Kranz 0 F M President Toseph Sclunlttt Secretary J J ilueller Treasurer John Peter The new officers for Branch 45 of St Marys congregation are Spir- Itual Director Very Rev B H West irmann President William G Norton Vice President L F Steiner Recording Secretary J W Ilddendorf Financial Secretary C EF 3 Hill Treasurer Herman Wessels Sentinel J B Herm LUCKY COMPROMISE Miss Edna May Pitts has reason to 1 ongratulate herself upon the selection of a young attorney who does things Several years ago Miss Pitts white working for the NelsonBethel lathing Company In this city was aught in the belting and her scalp was Almost entirely torn off She brought suit for 10000 and the jury In Judge Gordons court awarded her 8100 The matter was currIed to the Court of Appeals and drifted lowly along Thursday Ray Blzot a sung attorney who was counsel fox 1lIss Pitts made a proposition to Fred Forcht of counsell for the defense to settle upon a basis qf 6500 The proposition was accept- ed1 On Friday the Court of Appeals handed down a decision reversing the judgment of the lower cou t but thll floes not in any WilY affect the compromise FARM FOR NEWSBOYS Father Dunno founder of the JIome for Newsboys St Louis Is naw planning to secure for the institution a large farm where the little boys wltl have an opportunity to spend R two weeks vacation each summer and on which sufficient table neces slUe for the Institution may be own Interested jn the project o- theigoOdprJestlaE q Lewis Pres Ic tof the Levels PublUhliur Cora 1my who help hIm rough his Ppublioatioaar SUOESSUOES Our supreme efforts this season has been to make our Mens and Boys Shoes better than ever be fore We are giving values that we have never been able to give and our stock is complete in every detail from the heaviest to the lightest quality Our prices as well as the shoes will fit VOLZ MICHAEL 342 w lWARKET ST 8Ia aJ= sa BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA I WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKennat Distiller Fairfield Ky Itt I v INGQRPORATEb S liiiiisHiISTYPEWiiiTEiUt All makes REBUILT f andsecond hand from r i15 to 75 ssz Aelc for FullPsrtaouicsrai xi Home Phone 367 z Cumb Main 363a WellmanBrosCoi1 1 II i 114 Fourth Ave z LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Iz UNION ICE CREAM CO Disantxfaoturorw oY Pure Ice Cream and Sherbets 627633 EIGHTH STREET We have out own 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 415 Per Ton of 2000 Pounds WORDS OF WISDOM should appeal to every one FOX RIDGE COAL speaks wisely by manifesting its value as fuel Try one ton Scanlon Coal CoINCORlORAT2D405 NINNNNNNNINNNNN001NNN LOUISVILLE is BECOMING FAMOUS BY THE SPLENDID DISHES THAT ARE SERVED AT THE KENTUCKY DAIRY LUNCH INOORPOU lED 350 WEST JEFFERSON ST THE BEST PEOPLE eat there by the hundreds why not you see the sign J VIVJCESs 33 OA3VII fains o- rNNNNNNINONNINN FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET JL F SULLIVAN Manager HSADgUARTBR8FOR Dressed Poiltry and Game of All Kinds in Season L You caa always find the beat the market afford In Choice Cut tof B fl Spris Lamb Pork awl Card Meats of all kisMAltO Ae Beet alldFlIeatLUI1 iiu tkt dty Wcalab carry BarlyFruita and Vegetable and allfirkclaaamarlwt prediKt L L PACWWC COMFAMTS HJUTS T =