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IIKENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN SATURDAY JANUARY 9 1909 PRICE FIVE CENTS p TERRIBLE I Tales Told by Survivors of Italian and Sicilian Disasters Pope Plus X Opened the Vati Cult Hospital For Suner lug Refugees President Roosevelt and Ameri can People Show Their Generosity ONLY SYMPATHY FROM ENGLAND I As the days pass now talcs of horror are brought from the stricken districts in Southern ItalyI and Sicily The stories of suffering nppal the stoutest hearts but at the same time the whole world smiles trough Its tears ut the generosity that has appeared from many different nay tions It is now said that the work of rescue will be carried on ns long as there Is any hope and that all survivors will be transported out of the danger line and the city of Messina will be forever abandoned After tIll earthquake came the flames and thcntlic tidal wave Now vultures are preying on the dead and rotting bodies Although the earth tremors have not abated the vent erable Monsignor DArrigo Arch bishop of Messina refuses to leave his palace which trembles and threatens to fall with every shock He Insists on remaining to care for his stricken iflock Cnnltello and Villa San Giovanni have suffered as much as Messina The work of rescue Is being carried on with great diffi culty Three British and three French warships have arrived and are aiding In the work of rescue Hundreds of wounded are lying on stretchers along the railway lines waiting to be sent to Catania am other cities Most terrible scenes were witnessed at trite foundling asylum near Montavo Monastery The fightIngand none could go to their rescue The Russian warships were first on the scene after the Italian vessels and have inscribed a marvellous page on theJrjmnals by the example they llave gotten ofself abn t ona1l11 ff ttirllHy EightythirdRegiment Eightyninth Regiment all who werj not killed were wounded Prisons collapsed prisoners were killed but a few escaped Nearlly 200 Custom House officers were killed Dr despitethebroken leg mounted a horse and Is still ministering to the injured at MessinaThe pallltributefor his succor of the refugees from Messina when they arrived in Rome sayTheof by Archbishop Ireland of St Paul was further emphasized at Rome thug morning when upon the arrival of 1500 wounded from Messina and telephonedthe theseThe tine and the wounded were received with open arms To realize fully what this incident signifies it must be ex plained that Signor Nathan is not a Catholic nnd that he was at one time4 4Grand taster of the Free Masons The first of time wounded sent to the Vatican were received at the rail road station by Monsignor Misntelly sent especially by time Pope Some of them were taken to the Vatican in public conveyances but the more grievously Injured were carried on stretchers by time Red Cross They precinctbyThe Pope could not restrain hi desire to bring them consolation and sought them out He passed through is hkof St Peters over the arch connecting time Basilica with the hospital Although lie did not actually set foot on Italian territory f he In reality went outside that area which under the law is guaranteed and enjoys the right of extm terri y tonally The hospital belonging tu groundThe pital was the islgn for an outburst of emotion not only on the part of 1opto suiteManywounded insisted on jumping out of bed to kneel and kiss the Pontiffs hand The Pope spoke consolingly teach o unfortunate He said that nine e the earthquake he has lived only to think of thorn and study thn liest means of helping them AH hd I prayers to the Almighty toad im plored mercy clemency and power toI undergo the terrible strain rising up Iagain through the comfort of rel- IgIon IIII I With full confidence in the goner osity of the American people Presi dent Roosevelt did not hesitate fin taking steps to afford relief to the Italian sufferers The fast steamer Collie was loaded with supplies worth 300000 for time fleet of American battleships that is now en route home after a cruise around the I world The President ordered the Celtic io hurry to the scene of disaster with her stores When Con gress opened Monday after the midwinter holidays President Roosevelt t tranMtttrtea a message toh hf1le nature and Senate telling what hu had done and staking our national1 legialetorstto atiterove life act and to 4 appropriate fiat I a million dollars more for the Italian sufferers Cote gree lot no tune about tt Neither body wan n MO more than an hour but they gave 800000 Instead of the 300000 that the asked for The President lreshlentIII gross have not been gather recently but all local animosities were forgotten in tote face of the tragedies that were being enacted across the seas The people of ItalyI whether at homo or in America are not tiny grateful but have shown appreciation of the generosity of the other nations Raphael A Scarrano Ital ian Consul in New York writes Far from my beloved fatherland nnd wiUi n heart full of grief for till calamity which she confronts nt this moment you imny understand with how much eagerness I read the tidy ings that I can got through all the newspapers This morning I hove been comforted by the account of the ship Celtic which yesterday sailed at full speed with all kinds of supplies for the place of the disaster I feel the gratitude of my countrymen resident here for this net of the Navy Department and Its offi cers who conceived the splendid idea They deserve our eternal gratitude and thankfulness The British Cabinet has been urged to follow the example of the AmerU can Government but thus far all they Italians have received officially from England is three cheers RETREAT FOR MEN Members oftheHolyName- Society to Enjoy Privilege Next Wednesday a retreat for tie members of the Holy Name Society will begin at St Louis Bcrtrnmls church and continue until the follow lag Sunday January 17 the feast ot the Holy Name of Jesus The exer cises will be conducted by Father Foley 0 P a noted Dominican mis sionary The evening exercises will he held at 7no oclock and will con sist of Rosary sermon and benedic thou There will be mass each morn Ing but the hour will not be an nounced until Father Foley arrives It will probably be at 530 or 0 oclock so that ail can hear mass and a brief instruction before going to their dally labors The Holy Name Society was estab agbyFather Charles A McKenna 0 P who hint devoted the greater part of his life to combatting the evils of profancc and obscene language The only brunch of the society in Louis chile In in St Louis Bertrands con gregation hut there are men from other parishes In the city who are and hove been for years members of this society The members receive holy communion once a month and pjllml gtgnttefttjnarAALwiht usenf profnncc and obscene language In Louisville there are at present 300 members In tinnyof the Eastern cities of the United States the mem bership includes all the parishes and runs from 40000 to 50000 Although time retreat is to be con ducted at n Dominican church nnd by n Dominican missionary the men of in the city are invited attendtheto services as often as possible SAFE AT nOME Kentucky and Tennessee People Toured Texas and Oklahoma Phillip Kelly tiS chipper as ever his sonin aw and daughter Mr and Mrs Harry Esterle all of Clifton Mrs William Farrar of Knoxville Tonn anti Miffs Edna Jenkins his niece of PIneyville returned to Louisville Tuesday morning after u trip through Oklahoma and part of Texas The Kentucky nnd Tennessee tourists left Louisville about Thanks giving day visited 4he oil fields of Oklahoma and Texas and incidentally the cities of Galveston Dallas Sherman Fort Worth and HoustonThe spent Christmas at Park Texas where they attended the firstt mess and found a nice church small but handsome and a monument to Ftother Diamonds zeal While in ofsCharles Kelly n brother of Phillip a Superintendent DIgSaudyveston was handsomely decorated and made the tourists feel at home The onlysad note of the day was Father Diamonds announcement that he was to be transferred to Forth Wonth during January TIe tourists had cameras and took snap shots in all the cities and towns At Fort Worth Mr Kelly who Lad separated from his party was th3 guest of lIon James ODowd a lead- Ing business man- KAirENBACIIERS AMBITION Robert C Kaltenbacher has formally announced his candidacy for the nomination for Circuit Clerk sub iject to the action of tho Democratic party Mr Kaltenbacher has been n deputy in the Circuit Clerks of mice for the past ten years and made a host of friends He Is thor with the details et the Circuit Clerks office pad hits tan service is an assurance of his cam potency Young talented nnd pop ilar there is no reason why Mr JItaltenbacher should not be elected SAVED TWO LIVES I Philip Donlon a railway station keeper at Meriden Conn was probably ffltelly hunt last Saturday In rescuing a mother and hilt from death in front of a moving euproRS train TIle woman and child were 1in Hie center of the tracks and became bewlklered Jpnteii saw their peril1 and jumping pest the terrified apes tator hunted the woman Knit bilk out of dangers The engine rife him with great + tatree Yet he win1 1 M the tffoK of bus in jU- I W robaltljie INSTALLED Ii Council Deputies Administered ObI gations to the Y MI Ofliccvt0t Both Trinity and Mackin Held Social Sessions to Celebrate Grand Chaplains Address Vtns the Feature of Macklns Event GOOD WORDS FROM LEADERS The two local councils of the Y M Jheld meetings and installed officers this week and both Installa tions were occam pan II by entertain ments of a varied character Trinity Council held its installation in the new club house on Monday evening Council Deputy John Klaphekc officiated as the installing officer There were no less than 300 in the hall a majority of them morn hers a few visitors from other coun- ciL and quite a number of young men who are eligible to membership In the order Quite a lot of routine business was disposed of anti three applications were received Addresses were made by Edward J Kelly representing the Gran 1 Council and John J Sullivan the Supreme Council Others who made brief addresses were Vice President E J Cooney David OConnell and Robert Knltenbacher A number of the members furnished an athletic feature and after this the members and visitors were tendered a German lunch provided by Lawrence Hoff nUn All the visitors were shown through the new club house during the evening The ladies who are as sisting in making arrangements for the grand opening next month held a meeting at the club house fast Sunday and will moot again a week from next Sunday President Kelly anode nn able address during the evening in which he thanked the members for tho honor of reelection and commented on the fact that all the old and new The installation of Mackin Council attracted not only the members but their lady friends Tuesdaynight The hall was crowded to its capacity desthe ndemcnfrTwcatfierf dent Robert T Burke called the meeting to order nnd a very brief business session was held The coun cil unanimously voted 25 for those suffering in the Italian catastrophe Tune audience applauded the generosity of the members Communica tions were read from the Supreme President confirming the appoint ment of Bernard J Sand as Council Deputy All other business was deferred until the next regular meet ing The social programme was opened with a vocal solo by Miss EfCie McDonald She was enthusiastically re ceived and was compelled to rJspoirl to an encore Robert T Burke the retiring President delivered his valedictory address and took occa sion to compliment the members on their good work during the past year and1 thanked them for supporting all his efforts He called attention to the fact that on his retirement from office Mackin Council owned its splendid property and was entirely out of debt for the first time in its historyCouncil Deputy Sand assumed charge at this point anti aafnlnls tered the obligation to the new offi cers in u very impressive manner LouisI L Kieffer the new President was exceedingly happy in his salut atory address He asked the earnest support of the members during his administration and said that ho would place above riches the love and esteem of the 500 members of Mackin CouncilMiss Leota WWtton Blcrach the talented little entertainer gave a vocal solo and was compelled to re spond to oh encore Time great treat of time evening was the address de livered by the Grand Chaplain tho Rev Father George M Connor of Owcnaboro Father OConnor eulogized the Young Mens Institute as one of the arms of the church and anditsof the order and proud of Mackin Cduncll He said It was made up of young men of character and de termination Self control and determination the said would accomplish nnjithing in life The speaker was listened to attentively and JIll address frequently applauded A vocal duet by John J Flynn and David Maloney made a lIlt and the singers had to respond to an encore Mr Flynn then appeared alone and gave a series of recitations that kept the audience in roars of laughter for a quarter of an hour The entertains ment closed with all Joining in ths Y M I ode to the air America providedt thegclose of the regular exorcises JOHN It SULLIVAN Owing ito the urgency of his many friends John L Sullivan has con sented to become a candidate for Magistrate in the Sixth district of composnaofSeventh wards of the city of Louis vile Mr Sullivan is not only well known within the confines of the dis riot in Moo he has become n coati dte but hae hosts of friends all over the city and county During the past five years he hiss been connected With okf the Chancery Division Nl Of th Circuit Court HIs pnaotualKyi a2 fble wanner arid unfailing atten i tion to business have made him pop ular with the bench and bar Mr to win his race He Is a member of Division 4 of the Ancient Order of IlibernianR sand proud of his Irish progenitors GLOOM I That Settled Over linjrland has Been Oilset by Toy In tl Ireland Ilrrells New Land Bill Is JHailed With Delight by Xatloiiii Conference on the Sjiujcct WH Be held In Dublin Next Month GAELIC IN THE NEW UNIVERSITY Simultaneous with M the Italian earthquake clime a seftire spell of bad weather to Eng and and al though the Britishers sympathize with the suffering people of Italy they have an army of iiieniployed to look after at home Tht bad weather has still further cause the loss of employment to many nd privation und starvation are wndclprend T P OConnor M1 P writer to the Chi cago Tribune from Lo idon that in addition to other cause i of gloom in England the revenue Returns show a decrease from form r years and the tariff reformers ar calling moru loudly for protection as the only remedyIn the pen Ions brought more joy and relief than ln tiny other part of the three lkingdoms No where were they more t anted or will they be bettor utilized five shillings weekly bring to the j oar of that country n small fortu jc assuring comfort even prosperi y The old age pensions are espccii lly welcomed in the poorest parts othl counties like Mayo for Instance which is get pensionslto nounced success and 8 certain to increase the popularity Ot the Government with the working classes everywhere and to IlilJ developed In otlmerIrelandrespecthe during th e next year new XPnr finds the ngJm1rTh1 EnglishParliamonti the Irish Parliament which gives tho same privileges and hopes to the Irish people as to the English peo bile In addition to the achievements of is a subject of praseFunds Irish cause were rushed in at Christmas making the normal subscription up to the pres ent tiny the respectable sum of 40000 which joined to the sums ref ellred from Redmond and Devlint duringtheshapeThe1 bill is proceeding calmly Time landlords still denounce it and some critic Is inspired by William VRrlcn to at tack It openly but Redmond issues a spirited defense and annofmces that It is the pledge of the Government to introduce the bill on the first night of the next Parliament While some of the features of the hill genbbiggest land measure evqr proposed and it Is hoped it will settle finally probhems A national conventionis called for February 9 and 10 William OBrieri gives half a promise to attend hat surrounds it with conditions which will enable him to denounce Its com position and to absent himself Even if lie does attend his policy of hos tility to Birrells bill and the Irish party will receive n stern end prac tically unanimous condemnation A significant indication of the growth of the new and more hopeful thecollntbthespeeches anti columns in the news placetheuniversityWhether bo to make Itn compulsory subject for en placlInthnt the new university will be thor oughly Irish thoroughly national and will start such an Institution for the first time since the Engllshcon quest This fact Is enough to give 1908 a high place in the Irish annals and Irish gratitude RAY FOR ASSESSOR P S Ray has announced his candi untyARsesorDemocratic party Pres Ray served four years as chief deputy under Benson O Ilerr and is acquainted with every detail of time County Assessors office Polite anijj accommo dating ho made friends Vf all who had occasion to do buslnessVwith that office In the event of hffi nomination his host of friends in time city and county will see that he is elected PASSIONIST NOVICES 4 James Callahan and Alfred Kadeny priesthoodmadeRetreat this city on Wednesday afternoon the feast of the Epiphany The Rev Father Wilfrid Avery C P nreelded at the ceremony Jkr Callahan will henceforth be known as Brother Dominic anti Mr Kadeny M Brother Robert The two novices latrestet near Cincinnati to Jr nut their theological Iturtle I jIf I FIDELITY Of Employes Appears to have Been Appreciated by Corporation Men Have Served Ono Itallroni For More Titan Forty Years iIlcalthitil Sign Whet Employers Itcttiln True and Tried Servants SOME OF THE MANY VETERANS Good anti reliable help is as mUM to the merchant tutu manufacturer timid the corporation ns to the house wife There Is reliable as well ns competent male help just as well as are faithful and attentive cooks and housegirls There are also unreliable employers as well as those who arc reliable but when you find a man lorporatlonCoreven forty years you con not help thinking that the employers us well as the employes deserve some credit foi the good faith and feeling that have retained men so long There are quite a number 01 employers In Louisville who have old and faithful servants but It Is doubtful If any pointtOpartment of the Louisvile Nashville Kail road Company George Con way and Robert Hoard have been twentyfive tively and Smith Conner the Chief Storekeeper hints been with the company for at least twenty years yet George and Hob and Smith are looked upon as mere boys by men like Johnny Ford Tack MeXally Anton Schimluht John Hebden and Jere miah Kavanngh John Ford or Johnny as he Is familiarly willed has been with tint company fortyseven years and Jack MeNully equally as long lloth are stilt employed but at duties less AntonIooblnetIdepartment fortysix years JothhaepriestCharles Jestininclitnmsthe United States has been with the TolmHebdenequally ns long Jeremiah Kay niMgh foreman of the wheel and mothanfortytwoCobuildingantiGeorgeof the foundry who tins retired on n pension January I was with the llylandTulhlKHoernl oftimenmesJlannephln thetinJosephilurke stillInnod Martin Greemvald have been more tiun thirty years In the freight car shops Patrick Giiltnnnc has been in the whcelshop frr twentyfive years Daniel McAuglmn or JUg Dan Mac us he Is familiarly lknown has been making springs for cars mill locomotives for more then thirty years and little Tat Connelly Is still making frogs for switches after thirty years of service Brownhavethe machine shop John II llcnncssy yearsInncssv has been equally as long in time blacksmith shop John Kenefick has spent thirty or in the machine shops and Martin Con nelly one of the roundhouse men has been twentyfive years with the company John J Flynn now Muster Mechanic at Nashville has been over thirty years in the com panys service and Pat Naughton so shoplieyears and John J Score has been shopThere servingthemany n day Jim Silcott controlled before do It again if the company needs him Frank Smith is not an old man but runninpIInFoley has had his hand on the throttle for about the same length of time John Feather affectionately called Pap by the younger men companythlt1tPennsylvaniaJohnSoden Dan Sexton S W Pettibone Jim Cummings Tom Grady James Tlghe and Tom Pidgeon arc In the companys employ otleast thirty yearsHenry William and Joe Farrar brothers have run locomotives for time L and 11 BO long that they arc regarded ns triplets by the other CharleySlade1 as new comers yet they have all served twentyfour or tweniytflvo JaeIsMechanlc of company rains fJddendorf who ran the pay t for years Is temporarily Incapacitat ed hut his friends are expecting to see that baekonthe road vets lOOn Harry Palmer Bat Jones and 5V B yearsorJt r- f i I been with the road at least thirty I yearsDennis E Kelly another veteran engineer of twentyfive years or more is now traveling engineer and- is known all over the country Fred A Burgess only recently severed his connection with tho L and N to assume a position as one of the As slstant Chiefs of time Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers Doubtless he could1 have his job back tomorrow If he so desiredl Jim ONeill Tim lur pity and Toni McGuire are among the- veteran engineers who have held time throttle for thirty years or more Then there Is Philip Kelly a native of Louisville but not ashamed toot thnt he was born when Louis ngoHeNs first apprentices He helped to build the first locomotive ever built in Louisville Mr Kelly is still In the machine shop and can sing now thelateTwentynine iClear ringingHere she comes on timel Thatcher Perkins Is the builder TwentynineBut old and faith nmongthemwith at least forty years to their credit and possiblyI John Hannon has served equally as long James Had pointtoWilliam II Nessler and Ed Seibert arc proud of their thirtyyears serv ice A story about the mechanical department would he Incomplete without a slight reference to Michael Fnhey but who Is bettor known to his fellow workmen as Mjkg Stack He has been with time company forty paintedthetrips Time other departments have old and faithful men like Capt William JfcGrnth Major John Goat D J Duane and Thomas K limes hat none can equal the record of the mechanical department SUDDEN DEATH Noted Missionary Called to the Bar of Eternal Judgment On Monday morning the press dh patches brought the news of the death nt Chicago of the Rev Father J A Lambert the noted missionary and lecturer Early In December Father Lambert gave a mission of two weeks duration here at the Sacred Heart church Ills labors here were very productive and noth ing was known of his lllnes until LouisvilleMondayFather Lambert was past sixty IInlleoturellquarter of a cenlurg ago He was a noted scholar preacher and a scientist of repute The people of time Sacred heat parish who so rev cently benefited by his services will prayersThecity was onc of the many priests who attended the funeral of the venerable clergyman CHURCHS GIFT Bishop Contays Offer of Land to Government- Is Accepted The Santa Barbara Chamber of Commerce received a telegram lap Saturday from J 11 Reynolds AB siHtnnt Secretary of the Treasury at Washington that of the twenty seven sites recently offered for tits new Santa Barbara Federal building it lead been decided to accept the ono on the east corner of State mind Inn nut streets which was offered by the Catholic church for 1 A con xervntlve value of the property is 21000 find It was largely due to the generosity of Bishop Coiiaty that time site twins given practically free iow time entire appropriation of 110000 which was made by Con gress can bu used on tho building and furnishings which Insures a much handsomer edifice than would have been possible if a lot had been purchased at its real value The selection of tills site meets with general approval from time leading biiHl ness men and means at least three new buildings for time city Instead of one as Father Stockman announced some time ago that if this site which adjoins the present parochial school were accepted a new one would be built on the corner of Anncapa and streets while a handsome business block would re place tho present church AFTER CLERKSHIP Walter Ratcllffe who for twenty years was a deputy in the County Clerks office is a candidate for County Clerk subject to time action of the Democratic party Mr Ratcllffo was a candidate for the of fice two years ago but was defeated by a small margin He knows as many people in Louisville and Jeffery son county as any man In Louisville Since his retirement from office Mr Ratcllffe has been engaged in time real state business and has had every opportunity to retain his popularity His long service as Chief Deputy County Clerk is a sufficient guarantee that he is admirablywell qualified to administer the affairs of the office WORK OF VANDALS The priests anti people of St Dom Intcfi parifdiI San Francisco are in censed over the work of one or more vandale who invaded the sanctuary on the eve of New YBrslla and who after destroying silk vestments wontli at least tOOO wrote indecent and obscene Worda on the altars and Wan of the church The police are at work oVthe case hut mmiaoresotelittlei 10A1 1 DOUBLE i Trouble For the City Administration Made by Decision of Court Forty Dollar Clerks Draw fflncty Dollars Per Month As Supervisors ti Police flay Part of Czars in the Fourth District Under Foster HOW LONG WILL THIS LAST The decision of Judge Emmet Field that policemen discharged from tin Louisville force without trial are en titled to their respective salaries for the time they hove lost entails an additional tax of from 25000 to 30000 on the taxpayers No other decision was expected because the same question has been decided o on at least two occasions by the Court of Appeals It means that time taxpayers of Louisville must pay policemeitJlegetHerman eputySherifffect that he did not resign because of a disagreement with tho present Republican administration la he prepared to deny that he told a number of Intimate friends who are Democrats Vote for Grinstead Ho will allow the saloons to open on Sunday if elected The General Council refused Coun requestforand firemen therefore it would be hardly worth while for anyone In ask the names of 40 clerks in the City Engineers office who are draw ing 3 per day as supervisors Some of them would not know the difference between a block of branlte and i lump of charcoal unless they were hit with one of the two mlsiles The general public has been awakening to conditions In the City Engineers office and to offset a scandal a ac blanketraise of salaries for that de partment Is being prepared t Robert J Foster formerly private a4 Company C Sixth Infantry Hen tenced to be dishonorably dlschnrgtyj from time service and to be confined at hard labor for the period of one year on August 1 1001 so reads the United States prison record is noting Captain of police in the Fourth district Foster is good at v acting Hie acted several times last1 t Sunday and as a result of his last r act people In other parts of time city ire asking Did he fall or was ha d pushed Foster tried to impress his authority on several reputable citizens of the West End last Sunday 19 morningMike Francis who keeps a saloon ut 1000 Portland avenue was stand It Ing outside his home and place of business talking to Thomas McLaughlin a friend last Sunday morn Ing when a stranger run across the street and entered a side gate Time intruder wore a broad brimmed slouch hat a muffler up to his chin nnd the general air and appearance 1penny1 The then another before Mr Francis reached ihlm In reply to the querks- of Mr Francis the stranger said he wanted to get in Then he flashed his badge lie was a detective You arc under arrest he said to Trammel ooAII right Mr Francis replied The detective blew his whistle and in less time than It takes to tell it Lieut George Kalmbach anti Patrolmen Raggio and Borland appeared on tho scene Mr Francis invited the quar tette to enter time saloon They dirt and found civerythfng serene Then they inspected tne other rooms Mrs Francis invited them to come up stairs and mike an inspection but the invitation was declined Well take you anylfow said one of the police to Francis Justus tho party started away another stranger approached and tried to enter the barroom He said he wanted to buy some tobacco ana he too was arrested and taken in tow The little party proceeded to the Fourth district police station Mr Francis and y the stranger were left standing In the office of the station while tin detective and policemen went to con suit acting Capt Foster While the conference was In progress William OKeefe antI George Goering reputable citizens and friends of Mr Francis appeared on Ute scene prepared to go his bond In a few moments Foster came bellowing into the room and rushing toward OKeefe and Goering yelled Who arc these people Before anyone could answer him he ordered them out Mr OKeefe walked out Mr leering started to explain his mission but Foster threw him out Mr Francis was taken upstairs anti Foster talked to him something like this You Jmve been accused of violating the law by keeping open on Sunday but I am going to give you the benefit of a doubt You fellows cant pull the wool over my eyes I am not going lo stop until I break this thing up Then ho released Mr Francis from custody In speaking of the matter to a representative of the Kentucky Irish American air Francis said I have been In the saloon business eighteens years and I keep an orderly and respectable place It is tho first time I was ever arrested in all these years and if I had violated any law I would not have been surprised The Insulting treatment given my friends Ooerlng and OKeefe arts me too Hesar Goering artil OKeefe have corroborated Mr F ncls account of their ml8tretnie KENTUOKY IRISH AMBRICAIT i t KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancemement of Irish Americans ad Catholcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens I Institute and Catholic Knights of America I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 56 Entered at the Louisville Pottottlce al SecoadClMi Hatter Address all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISII AMERICAN 33537 West Ogees St i rmJIHVILLE KY SATURDAY JANUARY 9J909 OBEY TUB LAW At present the law reads that saloons in Louisville must be closet on Sunday and however oonoxlou this law may be to many It must Ibs obeyed until it is repealed The Kentucky Irish American stands for law and order It has no sympath for the saloonkeeper who violates the law If one must close on Sunday all should close and the saloon kcepcr who tries to take advantage of his fellows by surreptitiously selling drinks on Sunday deserves nor sympathy from selfrespecting people Neither have we tiny sympathy for i the present maneuvers of the police force They have no right to Invade homes and patrol streets in a way to deprive a man of Ms patifcnifgc If n ailoomkeeper violates the law take his license away On the contrary the present admInistration is not making a unovo to revoke licenses but keeps up its costly tactics for political aggrandizemen only s SUFFRAGETTE MOVEMENT One hears and reads a great deal these days concerning the Suffragette formerly called the Womans Rights movoincnt Fortunately Louisville has not bern much pestered with females who desire the right of suffrage In this I city and State the women continue to be the tender sex and appear to enjoy the gallantry of the mien who arise ond surrender their seats in isi crowded street car But it is not thus all over the country In the North and East particularly there are some women who are oping the manners of the women of England who tare making things hot for the British GovernmentIf ask one tff thes socalled strong minded women to write an essay on the life of the Queen of Madagascar she might refuse on the ground that she knew nothing about the subject and yet she would not hesitate to write 01 deliver addresses about State Debts Defense Proposals of the IJeddral Government or Why the Navy Should Not Be increased She knows as much about the Queen of Madagascar as about these oilier 1subjectst Womans sphere is the home file hand that rocks the cradle rules thn world and if the mothers wll continue to be mothers and see that there is something in the cradle to rock they will not need to worry about the right to vote The woman who is a faithful wife and mother will wield on influence over good sons husbands anti brothers HURRVUl MARRIAGE Tlwt story of the Ohio willow slxtysix years old who claims site manff of fortyeight years 1 yet the records show that Cynthia I1 t werecLf minister at Covington two weeps ago Floe marriage was performed bya Baptist minister of thirsty years t standing even after at was seen that the bride had to be assisted in walking up a flight of stairs Nc wonder the Catholic church is sa cautious about the marital rite before it is performed The marital state is the foundation of the social fabric and the church tries to prevent hasty and mixed marriages It is not wise to make too man i good resolutions at the opening or the new year Make one good one and then onake another resolve to adhere to the first one WORD IN SEASON w A young girl was passing her aged great aunt one day when she sud denly stopped laid her hand gentlv on the white head and said How pretty and curly your hair is Aunt Murr I wish I had such pretty hairl The simple words brought a quick flush of pleasure to the wrinkled fare and there was a joyous quiver in the brief acknowledgement of the spon t ttaneous little courtesy- A young man once said to his mother You ought to have seen Aunt Esther today whbn I remarked casually what a pretty gown you have on today and how nice you look u in it She almost cried she was so pleased I hadnt thought before that such a Uttetthing would be likely to please her tll never expect to eat any cQoWes AS good as those you used to make mother said a bearded man one day anti ho WAS shocked when be saw her evident delight In Ws words for he remembered that he hind not thought to speak before for years of any of bits thousand comfort and pleasures with which het skill an3 love had tilled his boyhood APPEAL FOR AID The receipts Jn100Sbt the Society for the erWtloif of the FnUh among IndianI children amounted q II c n I only 1481175 as against 1812981 in 1007 The panic Is of course responsible for the falling off The society is in dire need of additional funds and has appealed to the Cath olic press and people to be more gen erous this year HEPKESENTATJLVE Gathering of Hibernians at Division 1s Social- Session Division 1 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians held its first meeting of the new year at Falls City Hall last Tuesday night installed its new offi cers and regaled all with an abundance of solid and liquid refresh ments John M Mulloy the retiring President wielded the gavel until the installation ceremonies were begun The hall was filled the State and County Boards were well represented as were the other three local divis ions of the order In short it was a meeting that any Hibernian could feel proud of County President P T Wchfli occu pied a ohair on time right of President when the meeting was called to order David Whallen and William obllgltedTohnreported as still on the sick list wihile Officer Patrick Meehon was reported fully recovered Among the visitors noted were State PresU dent George J Butler State Secretary William J Connelly County I President P J Welsh County Trens urer D J Coleman President Pat rick T Sullivan of Division 3 Michael MoDenuott Thomas Lynch Tames Coleman and John Hession Communications were rend from the National and State Presidents urg ing assistance from tile division for the Italian earthquake sufferers All dues andl tin1 per capita tax for 1909 wire ordered paid James Barry Chairman of the Finance Committee reported that after all bills had been paid for the past year there still remained nearly 1000 in the tress uryState President George J Butler made a strong plea for prompt aid for the Italian sufferers and stated that he had appealed to nil till dhls ions in the State through the County Presidents The members unan imously voted s2i which will be sent the proper channels as speed as possible President Mulloy announced l that it was time for the installation mill in retiring thanked the members for the support given him during the year Although his retiring speech was modest in the extreme all the members realized that Mr Mulloy had made an able and faithful Presi dent and that the division had en joyed great progress under his ad ministration County President Welsh installed tike new officers in an impressive manner Upon receiving the gavel expressedhisferred upon him and his delight with the large number of visitors and said that during his term members of ohher divisions would always bo welcome Vice President Mark Ryan pledged his best efforts in support of the division and said he would labor as hard for its success in his new office as ho lid when he was Secretary Thomas Lawlcr Charles FInegan mud George T Butler made forceful talks for the study of Irish history In parochial schools County President Welsh declared the division hnl elected a splendid set of officers ani urged prompt anti regular attend ance at the County hoard meetings Others who made brief addresses were President Patrick T Sullivan of Division 3 State Secretary Will- Iam J Connelly James Coleman for many years State Secretary and David OConnolI At the close of the session the Entertainment Committee spread a bounteous luncheon and an abuns dance of cigars and liquid refresh ments Members and an hour or more regaling themselves and talking over old times PECULIAR PRAYER A writer for the Catholic Union and Times of Buffalo says a recent issue of Success has the followin prayer by a ScotchCanadian minster 0 Lord we approach Thee this morn In in the attitude o prayer and likewise o When we cam toe the lana Cannily we ex pected tae fin a Ian flowin wl milk and honey but instead o that we foun a tan peopled wl ungodly Irish 0 Lord in Thy great mercy dale them tae the uttermost parts o Cannily mak them hewers o wood and drawers o water gle them nae emoluments ale them nae place o abode ner mak them Magistrates or rulers among Thy people But if Ye hoe any favors to bestow or any guid Jan tao gie awa gle it tae Thine alit Thy peculiar people the Scots iMak then members o Parlia ment an Magistrates an rulers among Thy people An as for the Irish tnk them by the heels an shak them ower the mouth o hell but dins let them fa in and a the glory shall be Thine Amen The meenlster who made that prayer Ja very much moreof n comedian than Harry Lauder if he only knew tt That the Lord has long since turned a deaf ear to such petitions Is evident fur the Irish are no longer hewers of wood and drawers of water and as for emolu mentswhy they dont ask for them they just reach out and take them Ah Sandy me guld noon yell liae to try again- successfulA man Mut necessarily a contented man + r- o 1 r I y sw tw 11r 96J its i SOCIETY i I Miss Nellie Kenny of 2254 Frank font avenue Is slowly improving alter a serious dllness Misses May and Julia Quigley of Portland have gone to Columbiana Ala to spend a month Harry OIe Son has returned to St MarysI College after Spending tile holidays with his parents A J J ONeill well known In real estate circles is back from a brIef rest at West Baden Springs Miss Adele Cast who spent tIle Christmas holidays in St Louis re turned home last Thursday Miss Louise Denser is visiting her cousins Misses LilHe audL Dora Deuser at Charlestown Ind John L Gruber the well known West End grocer who has been seriously ill is now convalescent Miss Kate Bolger has returned to her home in South Louisville after a pleasant visit to Lebanon Junction George Murphy who spent the hot days with his parents at 020 Second street has returned to St Louis Miss Teresa McDermott has re turned home after a pleasant visit to Mrs W B OConnell of Frankfort Miss Alice Gilhooly of Jefferson ville who has been visiting in Madison Ind is expected home next week Misses Alice and Viola Brockman of 2512 Bardstown road entertained their friends with euchre on New Years day M1 J Roth prominent in Y M T Iitrcies at Harrisburg 111 is visiting fi lends and relatives in this cityand New Albany Mrs T J Shea and daughter Miss Myrtle of Odelboit Iowa are guests of Mr and Mrs W B Hopkins of South Louisville Miss Lillian Mazzoni entertained a number of friends at her home on Cherokee drive from 3 until 0 oclock Saturday afternoon Miss Nellie Llllis of Frankfort who has been the guest of the Misses McAuliffe in Jeffersonville returned to her home this week Mrs Thomas I Corcoran of New Albany entertained a number of friends sit her home 139 Bank Htriet New Years evening Mrs J If Duffy of Jeffersonville entertained Friday afternoon in honor of her sisterinlaw= Mrs Leta Shropshire of Birmingham Ala Miss Ruth HopkinS of Chicago has roturned to Nawireth Academy after spending the holidays in this city with Miss May Emma Larkin of 2210 Hank street Paul awl William Doherty winn spent the Christmas holidays here with their parents Dr anti Mrs W B Doherty have returned to George town University Mss Margaret Howard who spent the Christmas holidays with her par ents Mr and Mrs Arthur Howard at Frankfort Ky has returned to Nazareth Academy r Louis Buohner the genial and capable ClerK of the Criminal Divis ion of the Jefferson Circuit Court has returned from a brief stay at West Baden Springs Miss Margaret Kessack has re turned to Sacred Heart Academy after spending the Christmas hall days with her parents Mr and Mrs J X Kessack on Coral avenue Frank Martin who spent the holidays with his parents Mr and Mrs Albert F Martin on East Gray street returned to St Charles Col lege Ellicott City Md on Tuesday Joseph L 1ohertyof Chicago Auditor of the Monon railroad lh1S returned to hits duties after spending part of the holidays as the guest of Ills sister Mrs Edward Fitzpatrick 1201 East Market street New Albany Misses Eulalia and Ruse Cullen formerly of Savannah and daughters of T F Cullen have returned to spenlllugr sister Mrs J B Ford 84tjThird street Michael Carrolls many friend5will be pleased to learn that he is again able to be up and after an attack of rheumatism that confined him for three weeks to his room at his yes idence Twentysixth and Madison streets Miss Delia OBrien of Clifton gave Theaterglast Saturday afternoon Her guests included Miss Margaret Fay of Chi cago Misses Nell Reedy Lottie Mc Clo1Steno Harrington and Viola Miss Nellie Hallinan is hems from Cincinnati where she spent the bolt tiny season as the guest of Mrs Oscar Coldewey She also visited friends at Covington and Newport and was the guest of honor at a number of enjoyable social functions TMr and Mrs Duko Kettcrlngham have begun housekeeping at Natchez Miss The bride was formerly Miss Anna May Mooney the charming daughter of Mr and Mrs John Mooney of this city They were mar riled by the Rev Father Charles P Raffo at St Oharles rectoryon Wednesday December 30 Miss Catherine Bowling a charming and popular young lady of the East End has returned to the Sacred Heart Academy in Crescent 11111 to resume her studies after spending the holida Miss Bowling has made excellent progress in the past halfyear and has the best wishes of everyone for the ensuing half when she will again be heartily received by both friends and rela tions One of the most delightful affairs of the new year was the supper given by John Reardon the popular Oldhanvstreet grocer last Sunday evening Among those present vere Ill 0 Thomas Higgins Patrick Gorman Clint Phelps John Evans James Langan George Simpson Henry Mc RaymondReardonSiaughncssy Dennis J Gleeson GroganThea skit by Dennis J Ulceson John J Grogan and P G King It was cane A Club Sandwich Mrs James P Hannon of Chicago formerly Miss Virginia Barrett of Louisville returns to the Lakeside fortnightthereLouisville on the eve of Christmas and spent tlie weeks end wljh reIa tires Mr Hnnnoii returned to his duties in Chicago on the Monday following Christmas During her stay in Louisville Mrs Hannon was entertained at social functions by her mother Mrs Mary T Barrett of 838 East Main street Misses Lee and Catherine McCIuskey and iw Miss Virginia Rademaker All of her for mer classmates at Presentation Academy who are now residing in Louisville attended each of the social events given in Mrs Hannons honor CALLED HOME Mary Rose Lcnihan Passes Away After a Long Illness Miss Mliry Rose Lcnilian a very popular young lady at the Dominican parish tiled at the family residence 1478 First street at 11 oclock Sunday night Death resulted from lung trouble superinduced by an attack of pneumonia sustained a year ago The deceased was twentyone years old and n girl of charming personality She is survived by her mother Mrs 1 Ellen Lenihan and several brothers and sisters Joseph L Lenihan of the City Assessors office Is1 brother and the Rev Father John Creary formerly of this city now of Fond du Lac Wis is an uncle The funeral took place from St Louis Bertrands church Tuesday morning The requiem high mass was celebrated liv the Rev Father Doyle O P and the Thor Father John J Fitzgerald pastor of St Leos church occupied a place in the sanctuary The pall hearers were Thomas A Shelley John J Barry William Perry Thomas Dwyer J J Kavanagh and toy Nevin WOftTII READING Will Be Ed Fitzpatrick Letters From Hoosier Capital Mr Kdward Fitzpatrick is In Indianapolis as legislative comes pondent for the Louisville Times Ills regular duties on the Times have been mostly Confined to this city where he Is City Hall and political reporter Mr Fitzpatrick is however better known in Indiana where he has long been connected with the legislative Is Secretary of the Democratic Congressional Committee of the Third Indiana district where he has innnv warm friends particularly so at his home in New Albany Mr Fitzpati rick Is a close friend of Govcleot Marshall Col Tom Taggart and in fact of nil the leading Democrats of Indiana His past experience will enable him to secure the most re liable news and write letters worth reading JUICY PLUMS Are Handed to Popular People by Circuit Judges The six Judges of the Jefferson Circuit Court met on Monday and pll1l11SJ missioner of the Circuit Court mid J 11 Gilbert seas elected to succeed himself as Receiver of the court Thu places are worth in fees and cone minions 00 T per annum Mr Williams has been engaged in pastfllfteen forthepopulnrja wood official Jolly Tack Gilbert is well known in local affairs He has made an excellent official in the past and the gouttermBELOVED TKACHKH DEAD Miss Clara Sheridan a well known and highly esteemed teacher at the Montgomerystreet school died at her home 2023 Lytle street early Tuesday morning She had been ill several months and suffered from n complication of diseases All that loving care and the best medical science could do were of no avail and eternitylullyborn in Louisville thirty years ago tIHghScl100the Normal School and during the teachingSheElizabeth Sheridan two sisters Misses Mary EL and Susan Sheridan and three brothers Nicholas J Ed ward and Bernard Sheridan The funeral took place from St Pat ricks church Thursday morning and the nuusuallv large attendance testi lied to the high esteem in which Miss Sheridan was held- CORDIALLY INVITED Branch 45 C K of A will Install its officers for the ensuing year at St Marys Hall next Monday even ing President William Norton and Secretary Charles hill invite all members of the order in the three Falls dtics to be present at the meeting to witness the instillation ceremonies and partake of the spread that will be prepared ONE NEW TEACHER I Owing to the increase in the num her of pupils it became necessary to add an additional teacher t08tLoud s HertramTs parochial school this week The pupils number 300 nlaretugt t by six Dominican nuns II H n- a 1- s JOS BARON PLUMBER I KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where There are 40000 members of the order in New York State The bowling team of East St Louis Council broke the handicap record In the city tournament with 3038 pins New Jersey has two Congressmen who are Knights They are lion James A Hamill and Eugene F Kin heath The council at Sheridan Wyo has a membership of more than 100 and is recognized as the best council in the State Pere Marquette Council entertained the Knights of Milwaukee Council and their ladles on the eve of New Years day Kenrick Council of St Louts Mo eiiitoiitained 210 children with on electrically lighted Christmas tree There were gifts for all the children Indianapolis Council has raised 15000 for its building fund and has resolved to raise 25000 of the necessary 50000 before ground is broken for the now home largestinwith a building fund The members expect to erect a building that will be a credit to the order and n monument to the council 11MoyneNew Years alobsterJdinnerstrel troupe SQllUK ADAMS ANNOUNCES hasformnllydate for County Assessor While ho is extremely modest concerning his record hits friends say that the Democrats of Louisville owe it to themselves to nominate him It Iis declared that he made the best County Assessor Louisville and Jef ferson county ever had He was one of two men reappointed to office by Gov Beckham after the decision of the Court of Appeals in June 1007 The Squire Iras always been on active working Democrat and before his election as County Assessor served as Magistrate from the Eighth district which includes the Eleventh and Twelfth wards of Louisville Mr Adams is popular in all sections of the city and county and if he were running for a national office nil the bowlers in the United States would coast their ballots for him HEALER IN EMI1IIYO William J McCrann Jr has come all the way from Omaha to pursue the study of medicine at the Louis vine University lIe is the guest of his grandmother Mrs Catherine Hannon on Longest avenue Mr Mc Crann is a son of Dr William J Mc Crann formerly of Louisville nail now one of the leading physicians of Omaha Neb is a graduate of a Louisville medical col lege and sent his son to Louisville because he could get better training here than elsewhere Mr McCrann is quite a musician and Mrs Mary T Barrett entertained in his honor nt her home 838 East Main street4 last Monday night HOPKINS THEATER Crowded houses were the rule at the Hopkins Theater during the present week and as usual the humorous motion pictures evoked the most applause Manager Dustin de elates that inclement weather serves to make business good Next week ho will offer an entire change of films and new illustrated songs MINE HOST OBRIEN Col Pat OBrien one of the most prominent citizens of Frankfort has been made manager of the Frankfort Hotel one of the most popular hosteleries in the State capital Col OBrien is one of the most pro gressive IrishAmericans in Frank fort and will make a capital host JOLLY rihcringeetaneMJtLwkan properly placed CHAWK Infirmary Shoeing SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE Horses Called For and Delivered Both Phones 2399 OFFICE AND STREET CUT PRICESON NOW AT LEVYSAll Mens and- Youths 25 2250 and 20- Suits Overcoats and Raincoats 151 And Lots of Other Bargains RECENT DEATHS Michael Fancy one of the oldest residents of Louisville died at his home 1777 Wilson street Wednesday afternoon The deceased was born in Ireland eightytwo years ago but lies lived in Loulsvlllp for many years Five daughters survive him The funeral took place from St Georges church morning Mrs Elizabeth Lentscli aged sev entyrtihree years died at her home 1911 street Monday morning and the funeral took place from St Peters church of which she was a devout member on Thursday morn Ing Death was due to old age She Is survived by her aged husband Theodore R a son William LeutRch and three daughters The deceased was held in high esteem by all who knew her The funeral of Mrs Bridget Dillon who died at her residence 821 West St Catherine street Sunday morning lace from St Louis Bertrands at 0 oclock Tuesday morning and was largely attended Mrs Dillon was born in Ireland sixty years ago but came to America at the age of fifteen Three children survive her Edward F Dillon of Chicago John W Dillon and Mrs Michael Crosby The deceased was- an i old and faithful member of St Jouis Bertrand parish ST COLUMBAS EUCHRE The ladles of St Columbas parish are making the necessary arrangements to give a euchre for the benefit of that church at Pfisters Hall wentyflfth and Market streets on the and evenings of Wednesday and Thursday February 17 and 18 Supper and will be served The tickets are on sale at cents 41 I recently added the Air Pump- Department to my Plumbing Business I will be grateful for any of your par tronage and amii also Agent for f the Carbonic Gas Drums HOME PHONE 5353 CUMB East 263a 1010 E BroadwayN- ear Barret Avenue DR J T Veterinary and Horse Forge SHOEING FORGE 713715 SEVENTH II yesterday Maple Leutsch church afternoons refreshments twentyfive M1tC1ULrYS Monday Tuesday and Wednesday even logs and Wednesday matinee THE MAN OF THE HOURI Thursday Friday and Saturday even Ings and Saturday matinee James K Hackett InliThe Prisoner of Zenda and liThe Crisis 1 Oc HOPKINS 1iOc Where the Crowds Go HighClass Picture Entertainment Continuous from noon until 1030 p m Change of Program Tuesday Thursday and Satur- dayCOLISI3UM NOW OPEN SI ArINGEvery Day and Sunday UNDER T ONE MMANAGEMENTFI- RST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO Casino Theater 417 Fourth st Princess Theater Jef1e on West street Columbia Theater Fourth 317 Ave DDreamlandd Nestdett We cater especially to Ladies and ChildrenCHOICE Cut Blooms Plantsa- nd Designs at RIGHT PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 64 FOURTH AVENUE Both Phones 223 cna S fl Rogers tit BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line ofrygoods They are the finest of their kind in the city Books Magazines and Religious Articles or EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 West Jefferson Street untAbtno SCHOOL 2nd and Dreckinridge StS Respectfully asks the readers to call and see us Should you desire a BUSINESS EDUCATIONve think we can satisfy you in every particu lar Schoo is open all year and students may enroll at any time Day and Night Sessions Home Phone 8668 JL D CREAGER Principal a Independent of All Undertaken KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Wuhlsgi and a Drawing Ladles asdt Chlldrea a ptcUlty BOMB PJHONX 1677 c q r a 1 KgNTUOXV IRISH A ERIOAN Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETI TELEPHONE 810 MMM + tt umn HMHMMMMM + D J DOUGHERTY S J MCELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and EmbalmersE Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night J 1231 WEST MARKET STREET i+ + 4 + 4 M + + 4 t t t t+ HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 JSONSeFUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S Fast 1aain Streets 4 6 + 4 4+ + +++ 4 J E TRACY L H STRAUB i TRACY BOTH ONSSTRAUBIFU- NERAL I DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS i Curl STREETSJft I NOONNOONNNNONNON t 0006NNOOON00000NONN THOMAS KEENAN f Funeral Director and Embalmer L TELEPHONE 365 All calls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST r If you ore hunting for n plastering motetial that will not delay your building on account of freezing weather call up or write Kentucky Wall Plaster Co INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook and River I Louisville Ky Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plas ter Plant Jeffersonville Ind Phone 555 HOME PHONE 8772 John M Ridge PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING Jobbing and Sewerage Promptly At tended To Gas Arc Lights Trimmed 618 Overhill Street HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORSi Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelsons BOTTLED IN BOND u Ttltpheni 1948 234 SIXTH STREET HENRY HUNOLD DEALER IN llpll and Fancy BrecirlisS A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROflH m IN CONNECTION 00 WhWtlM a Sp d Uy i UN 140 Wi I IIj t I FORII I Furniture I Of All Kindsi at the Lowest I Prices go to WM F MAYER I 419 W MARKET ST OFFICB nouns SUNDAYS STOG 9T012 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental Work Done For the Least Money i Our Dentistry Will Please You We arc responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed OR H J COUCHMAN Dentist OFFICE 542 FIFTH STREET JOHN S WATSON PLASTERER R pair Work a Specially Home Phone lag Cumb Main ISSly OFFICE 223 Fifth Street IXEW YORKS INCREASE Trite report of vital statistics for New York City last year shows that the city gained 3702 native born citizens by the difference between an increased birth rate and a decreased death rate The birth were 2808 per cent for each 1000 the deaths 102 the lowest on record It Is due doubtless to the large foreign population that the birth rate is so large and were it not for overcrowd ing In the tenement districts New Yorks death rate would be the low est and its birth rato the highest of all the worlds cities iOCONNE HOLDS ON The numerous friends of William J OConnell will be glad to learn deputyinCourt of Appeals He was officially retired on January I after having served five years as chief deputy Ills knowledge of the routine is so thorough that his services are indis pensable Mr OConnell is a mem ber of Louisville Council Knights of Columbus UGLY IF TRUE bySt lyncblngs Inctbe United States In 1908 Of these ninetyseven are marled agRinnt theBonthand three aplnst the Month and the proper nipetyTe c- G HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Put WeekQenerai- News Notes A strong division has been founded and able officers elected at DeGraff MinnDivision 0 of Syracuse hits grown from 150 to 275 members in two yours Division 1 of Brockton Mass will celebrate its thirtysixth anniversary with n banquet- It would be well for all division officers at this season to resolve to organize and support juvenile divis ionsMiddlesex county Massachusetts repented an increase of 100 members between two meetings of the County Board During the past twenty years the order has distributed 1500000 to schools churches and orphan asylumsMusic addresses and cinch were features of the social session hold by the Ladies Auxiliary of Milwaukee last Monday Since the national convention at Indianapolis the various divisions have given 20000 to the Church Extension Society According to the way the order js progressing in Connecticut at pros ent it will be the premier for its size in 1009 reports Division 3 of Hartford Conn hat 0000 in its treasury Its President has declined reelection after twelve years of service Capt John J Rogers State Presi dent in Massachusetts predicts tint this will he the greatest year in the history of the order St Louis Hibernians are preparing to give an entertainment for the benefit of Father Dempseys home for unemployed men Brockton Mass had the first juvenile division in the United States It was organized two years ago and now has 150 members The Connecticut State Board of this Ladies Auxiliary met last Sunday and took steps to have Irish history taught in the parochial schools The St Louts County Board has given 40 to the St Vincent tie Paul Society of that city for distribution among the poor orfour parishes Dr E J McSweency one of the most practical and sincere Irishmen in New England has presented Divis ion 1 of Brockton with a collection of sixty Irish books The new home for the order thatt is being planned for Syracuse X Y is the original idea of Edmund D Lynch who is Chairman of the Building Committee T Division 4 of Minneapolis will in stall its officers and hold a social session next Tuesday evening Vocal and instrumental music will add pleasure to the occasion The divisions in Syracuse and its vicinity of Onondaga county Xev York are planning to erect n county club house There are 1200 Hiber nians in the county and SOO in time Tndfes Auxiliary The three largest divisions of the order in Ithe Empire State are Divis ion 1 of Glen Falls with 425 mem YorkcountySyracuse with 275 Division 1 of New London Conn paid out more than 50 in sick bene fits 144 for charitable purposes and thepasttreasury anti 1200 worth of para phernalia Edmund D Lynch of Division 3 of Syracuse X Y and Chairman of the committee arranging for tine pro posed club house in that city is a nephew of William M1 Higgins editor of the Kentucky Irish American III is about twentyfive years old At a recent meeting of the Suffolk County Board held in East Boston Mass nearly all the State officers were present National President Matthew Cummings was also on hand and In behalf of the board pre seated State Vice President Dillon with a handsome gold watch 1MIOVI 1151 FOR SCHOOLS Bv the will of the late Joseph A Connor of Omaha five or six paro Ihlnl schools will he built in that ctty Each building will cost in the neiglu borhood of 20000 An endowment fund of 2000 for each school is also provided lANCE AT FRANKFORT The Pastime Club composed prin ipally of the Catholic young men of JFrankfort Ky gave its annual dance at the Frankfort Hotel last week It was a brilliant success and Is considered the greatest event ever given by that popular organization NO MAN EVER KEGUETS Being manly Being honest Being truthful Being honorable Being a gentleman Being kind to everybody Being true to your friends Being a foe to the knocker Being a lover of your home Being of a happy disposition Being hospitable to your guests Being fair with your employer Being patriotic to your country Being forgetful of your troubles Being man enough to admit them Being careful of all you do or say Being temperate In all your habits Being able to see your own mis takesBeing the best workman In the shop Being without malice toward any one Being clean of speech as well as bodyBeing loyal to your wife or sweet heart Being considerate of women and childrenBeing generous with your friends and enemies Being as neatly dresed as your circumstances will allow Being Interested In your employ ers welfare as well as your own Being of such Value to him that he has to bo fair with you Being appreciative of the fact that there la some good in every man Exchange The beet avluwe of sincere grati tude U uniHwit until your befits are bared by all- S A GOOD TIDINGS From the Frankfort Y M land Their Latest Officers The advent of the new year merited nn epoch in the revival of Interest in the Young Mens Institute in Frankfort Ky Time new officers of Lambert Young Council nre Chaplain llev Father Thomas 8 MajorPresidentD J Mclsainara First Vice Iresitlent Vf 0i Welt zelSecond Vice PresidentJ J IrisIan Recording Secretary John J Canty Corresponding Secretary AY A LutkemeicrFinnnclnl Secretary anti Treasurer F 11 Wcitze- lMnrslmnlInures Llllis Inside SentinelCharles WliltehiHid Outside SentinclrJos J Oerther Executive Committee II F Lutko meier M W Ebner and James A Brisliui President McNnmara1 will annoinuo his committee after the installation tomorrow afternoon Council Deputy W II Olbennair will preside at the installation TJie members are planning several new style entertainments to take place between the present time tail the beginning of Lent Two new members were initiated at the last meeting and it is believed that 103 will ibe the banner year in the history of the council GKEAT CITIES Are Exclusively the Product of the Twentieth Century The century of titles is the twentieth century In 1801 there were only twentytwo European cities with more that 100000 inhabitants These cities were London Dublin Paris Marseilles Lyons Amsterdam Berlin Vienna Naples Milan Venice Palermo Madrid Barcelona Lisbon St Petersburg Moscow Warsaw Copenhagen and Con stanlnople Of these only two luui store than half a million inluibltalits London anti Paris At the present time Europe con tains seven cities with a million or more These are London Paris Her lin Vienna St Petersburg1 Moscow Constantinople while America has three cities with more than a million inhabitants These are Xew Yorlc with more than loooooo about 500000 less that London Chicago with over SdooOOO Philadelphia with over 1000000 In Asia also there are several cities with populations exceeding a million The population of the great efties of antiquity is not accurately known 3eleueia has been credited with 300000 Inhabitants Alexandria with 500000 or 700000 Home in the reign of Augustus with 800000 Carthage with 700000 but the estimates are little other than guesses MASONIC THEATEIt Texas a fouract play of early American frontier life will be presented by Uroadhurst and Currie at tILouis Thiel and Stephen Hoyt tlie Masonic the Masonic Theater the week of January 11 beginning with the regular Monday matinee Texas has been stein In Louis yule before but the production has been greatly enhanced in attractive ness this season bY the addition of actors of marked ability MOTION 1MOTURKS The Princess Amusement cMnpany has not suffered by lack of business because the holidays are gone Time Casino Princess Dreamlnjid and Columbia continue to attract new as well as to entertain time old promlseRbetterof Its four theaters next week CHOICER GOES SOUTII Richard Crokcr the former boss of Tammany Mall now a resident of Ireland but who has been sojourning In New York for a month past left Monday for Florida On the eve of his departure for the Sunny South hs was given a farewell supper at the Democratic Club by a number of his former associates TO HONOR LINCOLN The Most lies Archbishop OCon nell has been named as one of a com tee of twentyfive lenJlnir citizens of Boston Mass who are arranging for a suitable celebration of Abra ham LIncolra centenary next month lion 1 hpmas B Fitzpatrick is also a member of the committee AIDE CALLAUAN HURT Tom Callahan the efficient aide to Major FHmore Tyson Chief of time fire department sustained severe cuts about 4ho face Monday by the accidental breaking of an electric light globe He was fortunate In tattfliq flying Rlasa did not enter his eyes Mr Oallahan was only tern porarlly disabled ricef1 IRELAND Record of the lost Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges A branch of the Gaelic League ha5 CountyMonnglmnn Derry corporation has applied for a 7500 loan to build u new police court and morgue Charles Mernagh has been elected Assistant Clerk of the Ennlscortliv Board of Guardians County V exfonl I lEdmund Jlarty of liullymoe ami Patrick Trail t of Listowel have been appointed Magistrates for County KerryIn Belfast 340 claims fur old ago pehsioiiM have been recommended by the Falls ward committee mind 217 by the St Annes want committee Patrick Gunnune an elderly res ident of Cloontiimpcr County Mayo was run down by a train near Kil beg station anti literally cut to pieces Thomas Fanning a small boy living with his parents at Milestown County Louth was accidentally scalded to death while playing near the fire The Bawnboy Board of Guardians County Cnvan has appointed Dr John J Shell of Drumcondra med- Ical officer for the Newtowngorc ills pensary district Little progress has been made toward purchasing the rights of the owner of Dcrrygobney Mills to prevent the water from flooding a largo area of the ground Bernard Mulligan a popular grocer of Cnstlcblayney is dead after a years illness His father promlnelltInThe Boyle Oltellly Knights of IIIhernia visited n band of Mormon missionaries at Dundalk and invited theyfoundThe llev Father Mullins of Wind gap County Waterford has been appointed curate at Ferrybank to succeed the llev lather P Freyne who has been transferred to Johns town in the same county Miss Sarah Vnldron has made her profession at the Sisters of Mercy Convent at luau She is the sistor of James Vnldron of Claremorris famllJtodedleatlnrtheford City which has recently been restored and extended was carried out by the Most Rev Dr Sheehan in the of a large gathering andpresence the and corporation Widespread regret was felt in West Waierford when time sad new was made known that Rev Father Valsh the respected parish priest of Knockanore had passed away De ceased had been parish priest of Knockanore for many ears but had been in poor health for some time nastThe Looney1raneisand EdAttvrd Gninny were charged with having caused an explosion at the residence of Jeremiah Cronin at Mncroom inns tried before Messrs Ollara and Williams who dismissed the accused there being no evidence against thorn Roger Fenton a rent collector vis ited Kilfinane County Limerick to demand possession from several ten ants of Col Gasconin who had been given notice to quit The women in the houses doused him with hot and cold water until Fenton beat a re treat Gasconin had refused his ten ants a reduction lleports from Drumcar and Dun leer indicate that the people are not going to give up their right to the untenanted lands on the Ilathdonnell estate without a fight John HtdI hIenley1arlianientary among the speakers at a monitor meeting at Dunleer Inst Sunday BLIND PRIEST GIVEN PR1VI LEGES A blind Irish priest residing in England presented the Holy Father with a gold ihalice which deeply sir pressed the Pontiff The Pope sent l1rhiJegeli MEAGER RETURNS Rockefeller ways he will give sev eral millions of dollars for th j education of time Why not cease stealing from time poor charging them a hundred percent for bits oil nnd permit them to educate themselves FANCIES OF FASHION The empire style now rules for evening gowns Large hats lire made with flexible brims qastly bent American shots are vogue both in Paris nnd London Tracks of velveteen hold their own against costliest velvets gooltmlteA pretty hood is of chiffon wlrtvl to stand out over the face Semiafifting and loose wraps Ire favored for evening wear princesfrocksButtons continue to ornayientt gowns from corselet to hem The newest gored skirts have air row front and wide back panels One sees many hats of zibeliije simply trimmed with pearl quills Plain materials are combined with brocades and embroidered velvets Brocade nnd leather with a burn Ishcd buckle makes a handsome belt It is fashionable to wear time nnir punted und undulated In soft woes Mcttalllo embroideries are the legion they are used on everything A round skirt with flat box plaits on either side bas just been launched If flicks are used Ate part of the hair between the bands are puffed outLittle girls are wearing black stockings and patent leather slippers limo Bagdad turban lies a high pompadouraigrette Tigiht fitting and trailing skirts tll4urell slighterjeppewrtint striped blouses ave made of linen with strips of white green ratland blue i t= 4 FRANK FEHR o BREWING CO I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREW Is Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452- rr SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KY ICumb Phone West 191 1913THX WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor i Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky ASr FOR FALLS CITY BEER i ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7669 COMB HONE WEST 69 JOHN 333 FRANK WALTERS9 Clay=Street Brewerytiti 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCO 1 j INCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY EAT NICKSBREAD Because IIts Best Save your tags Good for Handsome Premiums 25th St and Griffiths Ave Give your boys nn education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the Xnverian Brothers Classical Scientific and Business Courses Preparatory De partment Large Swimming Pool WeUKquipped Gymnasium Terms Moderate Urn James Dlr GETTING EVEN Do not waste any time trying to get even with some and who has wronged you It Is impossible to enl ploy a single hour to worse advan tage Some one has truly said that getting even is nn idea of revenge found only In the philosophy of fools Truer words were never uttered This ilea that because some one else has stooped to a low contemptible act you must too Is not worthy of a moments consideration by high minded men Do not allow what some one else has done to put you out of harmony with your best self Getting even hurts you a hundred times more than It Injures anyone else GERMAN IIAKKI BEANS Soak one quart of navy beans over night In the morning cleanse thorough Put beans in kettle with one quart of tomntoes cut up one good sized onion and about onehalf pound of bacon in small pieces add Buffi cleat water oil roil until pretty near done Then place beans in pan with pieces of bacon on top and ad minister sugar and flour on surface and put in oven and bake until nice and brown PAYS TO BE OLD Five nieinbers of one familyall living in one house near Gurteen County Sllgo Ireland have been passed for the full sulfa of thu shillings a week under the pd age pcnuions attr All the new Fall and Winter Styles and Shapes can be found here at reason able prices PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville Ind own and manage a private hospital for the care and treatment of Insane and epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas + onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA MERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jeltersonvllle la- dTHOMPSONCBe FLORIST SpecialtyFloral 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones tOSO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed HfNRY AAIJII J POLS DYER AND CLEANER Ladies and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone 635 528 Fifth Street WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAt IKRTER PKOP Hot Lunch every morning from 630 to 1230 oclock 44Q Ws GRX2I2IV STI I a j r L LI1iSiX AJMERIOAN I FACTORYS CLEARANCE I Begins SaturdayMens Boys Clothing rI f 333oho I SAVING SALE Today January 9 Mens and Boys Fur nishingsII 424 West Market St THE BIG STORE Between 9 Fourth and Fifth MILTON M MARBLESTONE A CO MUSIC IN THE HOME- s1 at all times essential and there is no time when it is ap predated more than in the summer A- FARRANDOESOILIAN PIANO Will supply this music if there is no one in the family that piny All one has to do to enjoy their favorite selection canto Insert a roll of musici 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- eciliauMONTENEQRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated OOSOOO FOURTH AVENUE ALL THROUGH THE NEW YEAR Youll find that Mulloys Teas and Coffees will have the same delicious flavor and purity which has made them famous dur l the pas- tSPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR 50C 45cexcellent MULLOy COO ER 8 Home Phone 1313 rZt W IJARKET STREET g rJJfJfJfJfJfIfmf r9 fjfJfJ5lfJfOJJJJf M I wt 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909I i D H RUSSELLConc11c1a1e nor SHERIFFSubject to Action of the Democratic Party 1000 O TEUBEa IDLE CTI02 100 WALTER RATCLIFFE CANDIDATE FOR OOUNT5T CLERK Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 PRES S RAYCANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR r Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 FRANK DAeHERCANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATEFifth District First Second and Third Wards Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1 EEhy3y ifI y11 r- cFUSE THEM HOME TELEPHONE BOTH LONG AND SHORT DISTANCE j Has the Largest Number of Subscribers and the Best Service that can be obtained viy88 3aa rllE 1HOME1 HENRY f FLORIS1 I Plant Designs and Cut Flowers GREENHOUSES STORE r orroArTreCharless JIj Y- ma NN NO01NNN04NH1NtISNONON QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES I For many years the Quick Mea hasI been universally acknowledged as the best gas range in the market They cook quickly bake excellently and on accounti of their patent air burners consume les gas than any other They are more a easily cleaned and are made to last The new Improvements tUlayear will keep itI In the front rank Having made our 1907 contract before the advance in prices of all Iron goods we are able to sell atI t old pri- ceGEHER SON 217 MAWCBTSTKBCT NEAR SKONia J 1f AUXILIARY For Archbishop Klordan Ma Bo Made Coadjutor Very Soon Bishop OConnell AV111 Short Retire From the Catholic University Montana Prelate Is Now Bclug Tipped to Succeed Him CHANGES THAT ARE EXPECTS It was announced from Rome by cable this week that the Right Rev Monsignor Dennis OConnell Recto of the Catholic University nt Wash ington D C had been appointed by the 1ope us Auxiliary Bishop of Sun Francisco It Is said that the office will later be changed to that of Co adjutor Archbishop with the right to succeed Archbishop Riordan Thi same cable message says the ap pointment was largely due to tho influence of Archbishop Ireland wh is now in Rome The news of Monsignor OConnell appointment was neither surprislnj nor unexpected It is believed tha he will enter upon his new duties IIn San Francisco as soon as he CIII satisfactorily adjust affairs at the University He will prove of grea aid to Archbishop Riordan who ha been without nn assistant for more than two years- i1onslgnor OConnell was born of Irish parents in the State of Soutl Carolina lie received his early edu cation in the schools of that State and later attended St Marys College at Columbia S C and later e- St Charles College Maryland rom the latter institution he graduate in 1871 After five years spent in thc study of philosophy and theology Rome lie was ordained a priest IIn June 1877 In August of the saim year he went to the diocese of Rich inond but was soon after sent tto Rome as the postulator for till pallium of Cardinal Gibbons II returned in 1878 and for several years had charge of missions nlong the James river in Virginia Monslgnor OConnell was mad Hector of the American College at Home In 1885 and assumed the dutle In the following year While he was administering the affairs of that Institution all debts were paid off 0111 a nice sum was left in the treasury of the institution He came to the Catholic University as Rector iin April 1903 and during the spring of last year was elevated to the epicocpacy The Vatican authorities will now attend to the selection of a new Hector for the university The list of candidates was forwarded last week The consensus of opinion points to Bishop Carroll of Montana ns the next head of the great Wash- Ington school of learning Before going to Montana in 190 Bishop Carroll was President of St Josephs College at Dubuque Iowa for ten years nnd had previousl served that institution five years as philosophIBishop Carroll was born in Dubuqui In 1804 and was educated at Grant Seminary Montreal He was ordained priest In 1889 One of the Interesting developments of Catholic education is tin rumored foundation of a norma school for the training of Catholic nuns now under consideration by the authorities of the Catholic University The projtct has been brought before the Board of Archbishops for several years at every annual meet- Ing The prelates have been over whelmed with other business and sn far no decision has been announced l It is known that when the Archbishops meet in Washington in April next the plan will again be laid bet fore them with so ninny urgent pleas for its consideration that the foundation Is expected within the yearThe normal school for training nuns has been suggested to the authorities of the Catholic University because the demand for such train- Ing has become universal and the Papal institution is the proper chan nol by which to supply such needs The Apostolic Delegate Monsignor petlonlfromprofessorhecolleges such as Bryn 3Iawr Rad cliffe and Wellesley They point out competition ers have the finest educational ad vantages which the American con supplyWhile countless fine colleges for women under non enomlna tlonnl control In every section there is only one for the higher education of Catholic women This is adjacent to the Catholic University Trinity College and owes its existence to help received from the Catholic University PEERLESS ELECTS The Peerless Democratic Club hell its first meeting of the new year at frowns Hall Jefferson street between Clay and Shelby last Tuesday night Eightyone members were present and resolutions were adopt ted calling on the City anti County Committee to hold a primary for the nomination of salaried neat non sal uried officers The following offl tors were elected for the ensuing Iear President William Detzel Vice President Cob hurtle Corres ponding Secretary John Joyce FiI nancial Secretary Charles Dese treasurer Frank Devan Sergeant ntArms John Hermann Robert Bartholomew Sid Davidson James Martin and Herman Braehme were elected delegates to the Federation bf Democratic Clubs DEATH COMES SUDDENLY George B Salender one of the Westl residents and most prominent Catholic jn Frankfort dropped dead In lily store last Wednesday The 5le eaed was jlxtyBJs eam4e old and ite tlrce iMBlljri SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O HD- IVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Keenan Sr Vice President Mark Ryan Recording Secretary Thos Lawler Financial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Charles J Finegan iSergenntatAnns Andrew Curran DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J1 Ford Vice PresidentI D McKenna Recording SecretaryT J Ston- eFinanclalSecrotaryJnoT Kenney Treasurer Joseph T Lynch SergeantatArms John T Brown SentinelWilliam Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeenth and Main Streets President Patrick T Suljlvan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording SecretaryL J Mackey Financial Secretary J G llession Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thonias Noon SergeantatArms Patrick Ilegley MDIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Ilertrdnd Hall Sixth Street President John II Henncssy Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial Secretary Vm P Mc Donogh 1212 Sixth street Recording Secretary Jno J Winn Treasurer Harry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott SergeantatAnns John Doolan DIVISION 1 JKFFEnSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesdays at Pnua Hull County President John Kennedy President Louis Constantine Vice President Itobert Gleason Hecordlng Secretary Thos Oliern Financial Secretary John G Cole Treasurer Uernurd A Coll Standing Committee Redmond Stanton Martin Fogarty and John Kennedy y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street rresidentVLouis J Kieffer First Vice President Thos D Clines Second Vice PresidentSanutel L Robertson Recording SecrhotnryThomas F Dnchinan Corresponding Secretary William F BurkeFinancial Secretary Frank G AdamsTreasurerDaniel W Weber Marshal Adolnhus Andriott Inside Sentllle 1 C F llartsch Outside SentineJrWIlHam D An driott DACIIKU FOR MAGISTRATE TJio latest candidate for Mngis itrate in the Fifth district which isI composed of the First Second and fund wards is Frank Dasher now Clerkof the Quarterly Court and formerly Clerk of the Criminal Divis ion of the Jefferson Circuit Court ilntclllgeivt popular anti energetic there is no reasoni why he should mot make nn Iideal Justice of the Peace His long service at the Court douse has not only familiarized him with affairs but With people Mr ilfciclier unhesrtatingly submits his prospects to the Democratic voters of dine First Second and Third wards JON TIMMONS ANNOUNCES Joseph E Timnions Isan avowed candidate for County Assejjor subject to the notion of the Democratic party Moreover ho is the candidate and friend of John J Barry the Chairman Of time Democratic Commit tee of the Fourth and Fifth wards This in Itself wields groat influence in Sir Timmons favor yet he is well known in Ute city and county He has been an active member of the Democratic city and county organi zation for twelve years is a member of the Mose Greens one of the organ izers of the Federation of Democratic Clubs and a member of Its executive board Secretary of the Fifth Ward Democratic Club and a member of every Democratic club or organIza- tion in the city and county Mr Tim mons Is n young man and he be lieves that the time has arrived for young men to take the helm if the Democratic ship of state is to be piloted to victory- MACAULEYS THEATER The Man of the Hour which has played two engagements at Mac auleys Theater this season la com log next week for a third venture anl will hold the boards during the first half of Mie week with n matinee on Wednesday Cyril Scotts impersona tlon of ihe young Reform Mayor will be new to Louisville theater goers James K Hackett will appear during the last half of the feek and with a Saturday matinee in The PrUontr of Zendand The Crf1Ll HEROINE Of the Crimean War Deserve AVcll of the British Nation Served ns Nurse During Time of Wnr and Awfnl- Pcstllencc Mother Mary Aloyslus Lived tto the Advanced Age of NinetyFour BORN IN THE COUNTY KILDAR The recent death of Sister Man Aloysius Mother Superior of the Convent of Mercy at Gort Count Galway Ireland at the age of ninety four was only briefly mentioned in the press outside of Ireland and yet the memory of Mother Mar deserves yell at the hands of the IEnglish because she was one of thereat heonines of the Crimean war In recent years Mother Alorsiui devoted herself to work in Galway which though it did not attract mucl attention bore such abundant anll lasting fruits in her own lifetime that she will long be remembered bj the young generation in South Gal way who are indebted to her foi the wonderful progress that has beer made not only in the better organization of teaching worK but for tin great development of industria training that has been effected iIn latter years Time English war office recognized the usefulness of the French nuns 4in the hospitals of Constantinople and applied for Sisters The entire com munity in Ireland volunteered bul Sister Mary Aloysius was one of the little hand chosen Time nuns started from London on December 2 1S3J having been said farewell to by Dr Manning afterward the great Cardinal From Marseilles they sailer in an old French ship called tin EgyiptuiS crammed with cavalry foi the seat of war and had some verj stiff weather in the Mediterranean and for a time were in great flange At Athens two Sisters of Charit visited them on board One wa- sTrlsllla great and unexpected pleasureAt they reached their destina tion after a most memorable anll exciting voyage to find tint the were not wanted at Scutari Thi war office it appears had made n mistake in sending out the party no room for them The French Sisters of Charity however mad them welcome At length the incota petent war office authorities founii room and they began their noblt work Sister Mary Aloysius was sent to one of the cholera wards aril sh gives a most Ifcartrendlng descrip Uon of what sue saw there The cholera was of the very worn type she writes time attacked me lasting only four or five hours Am at last doctors and all attending seemed to be getting paralyzed and the orderlies indifferent as to life 01 death An orderly officer took the rounds of the wards every night to see tint all was right He was expected by the orderlies and the moment he raised the latch one crier out All right Your Honor Mam1 a time I said nil wrong The little volumne is full of inter sting reminiscences A Catholic soldier sent for the Sister She told him she had worse caves to look after he dill not happen to be verv bad All I want to know maam he said is mire yon one of our own Sisters of Mercy from Ireland Yes T said your very ownGad- 1e praised for tint was his reply Sister Mary Aloysius wits after ward with some others sent t tiBalaclava where all the nursing day and night was to be done by them Here they Jmd some terrible expert ertcps and she wrote In passing fo the wards at night we used to meet time rats In droves They would not even move out of our way They were there before us and were determined to keep possession As for our own hut they evidently wanted to make it theirs scraping under the boards jumping up on the shelf where our little utensils were nlghtdearIng her forehead she had a real horror of them Sleep was out of the question Here ono of the nuns tiled and was buried in the hills Miss Nightingale attending the funeral and joining in the prayers presentmotherready honored by the whole army Finallyhenearly two years of glorious devotion md selfsacrifice Sister Mary loyslus In 1879 was presented by Queen Victoria with the decoration f the Red Cross and asked to go to Windsor to receive it But in a very beautiful letter she excused herself In not being able at her age to make journeyThe Mother Mary Aloysius was a member of the well known familyfoff districtthoughmy of time old stock reside in that lelghborhaod Two nephews of the enerable nun are residents in the rlty of Dublin the well known wine merchants Messrs J J Egan and IX J Egan A younger sister of the leceased Mother Xavier is a mem Jer of the Order of Mercy at Gort md two of her nieces arc also in the ame convent KNIGHTS AT FRANKFORT Owing to the fact that members of the Frankfort Knights of Columbus 31ub halve been very busy during the Christmas holidays no meetingwas icld in December but Preparations ire being rondo for a meeting which vlll be held at the 111I I hall early next week At that time steps will be taken to arrange for the annual euchre and dancer which lias always jeen recognized as the social event iff the year 3n Frankfort Catholic roles President Sower will name 4ie committee to mAke neceoary p1epan O SHOES SHOES 1 BUY THElVI 3VXTWi We have now inaugurated our great midwinter sale of Meg Womens Boys and Girls Shoes at prices notequaled by any other store in this city Purchasers will have the advantage of choosing from a great variety of styles and from selections that will meet the demands of rhe trade in all grades of footwear Our stock is fresh bright new and attractive Buy from us and you will save monoy VOLZ l MICHAEL 33bGS TOT MARKED SOP f I U it BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE I H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky JIii = WE WANT YOUR WORK Were Prepared to Do It Promptly and in FirstClass Style PRINTING s Cards Bill Heads Letter Heads Circulars Dodgers Etc lance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty HOME PHONE 946 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