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F KENTUCKY IRiSH AMERICAN VOLUME XXIINO 3 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JANUARY 16 1909 PRICE FIVE CENTS LONG LANE u Of Ruin For Ireland Seems To Have Reached Turnhg Point National Convention to Bo Meld in Dublin at Early Date t Case of Farrell Who is In Prison For Denouncing Land Grabbers EMERALD ISLES NEW PLANTATION Each succeeding week Ifon T P OConnor has something interesting everyIrishmanas follows to the Chicago Tribune Irelands interest and excitement I quietudeinarms is heard in preparation for the great national convention which will decide the fate of Birrells land bill approachingtheand Birrells land bill if passed closes forever the dark period through which the land has been strugglingThe are in an unholy alliance against the bill and OBrien is charging Birrell and Dillon with the extraordinary purpose to strangle the land purchase with Birrells bill The landlords making a saner criticism denounce tho bill I as a surrender to Itednlond and the cattle drivers The English news papers are beginning to be filled with long letters from the Irish landlords In another attempt to de lyingThethe land now held by cattle drivers abolishes the relics of landlordism on reasonable terms and gives to the congested districts in the West gigantic subsidies for improvement and purchase- It is the first real chance for a resurrection from the present wretchedness and the Irish party Is practically unanimous for the bill with the OBrien and he figures ondisorders in Ireland If the landlords encouraged by OBrien and the possibility of a near election and a Tory triumph hold out then t indeed disorder will come It is Ire lands fierce desire to be done finally jwlth landlordism and the ranches and if Parliament will not doftt she will do it herself Seneralelectionwithin two years at least Of course this means a dissolution of the pres ent Parliament before that time And he says that so far as the Irish party is concerned It would welcome a dissolution the first moment tba bill of Birrefl finally disposing of the land question was passed into law That bill has many enemies it is true no one of which has done more to imperil its fortunes unfortunately than Mr William OBrien He persists in seeing in the previsions of the Wyndham act the one way out of the land problem but in that opinion he stands alone among Irish Nationalists though of course the Wyndham act with its ultra favorable terms to the land lords is naturally also the Ideal of the whole landlord party in both Ireland and the House of Lords Such an act is in my opinion impossible of repetition and both Mr OBrien and the landlords will have a rude awakening if they defeat Birrells bill in the hope of getting such a measure as a substitute Mr OBrien gave the hint to the landlords and especially to the House of Lords to reject Birrells bill in the certainty that there should be a general election and a Tory majority in the course of a year or two Speaking of J P Farrell the Irish member of Parliament now in jail for denouncing land grabbers Mr OConnor says ho is a determined and courageous fellow but Tin fortunately in bad health Of course he can get out of jail any moment lie likes by giving promise not to repeat tile offense with which ho Iis charged but such promise is not likely to be given The case is n onalltownlaiid or estate known as the Douglas estate had a population pf 1274 today the population is forty five The people were driven out here as elsewhere during that ter rible period of the famine in the late 40s and almost ever since it has remained a big grazing farm with this tiny remnant of population left upon it This is typical of what took place all over Ireland in those awful times It is some comfort that Irish men of this generation are living to sea the complete reversal of all that bad and wickedfast The Estates Ireland are buying up these cleared lands and are reselling them to the tenants The tenants are therefore taking the place of the bullocks Under Birrells new bill this pro cess will be accelerated Here and there the old spirit of greed is in bidtlor the lands which missioners want to resettle and re people and Farrell has been denouncing in vigorous language two or three persons of this type in County Longford both in speech and in reports to his paper hence the imprisonment The chances are that Miv Farrell will have to be liberated 7 111 health He may 7emen who had to ro to Wl1 to force fro Brittoh Par 1 tilee Jegl1atloa ry tmfo tlit workof El1betk at Cromwell nd of ths wlilnd imep who in the 40s took advantage the prostration of Ireland under ofI awful calamities of hunger theirhomeWe are now witnessing the new plantation of Ireland different from the old plantations In this that it is the planting forever in the soil of the old Irish race and not their ex allnfromliving to se- eWITIi TILE SICK Three Well Known Men Who Have Been Seriously III Three well Known citizens havif been seriously ill during the present week but each is now believed to lie out of danger Bernard A Coll one of Jeffersonvllles most esteemed citizens and popular business men was taken seriously ill late last week and for a time it was thought an operation for appendlctis would be necessary Fortunately his condi lIon improved rapidly and lie is now able to be out Last Friday night Al Kolb was seized wlth an attack of acute Indigestion at his home on West Green street near Fourth and for a time his life was despaired of lIe rallied the next day however and is im slowlyJames a former Captain of police is confined to his homo on Broadway near Clay street with a serious attack of typhoid fever At last accounts his condition showed little signs of improvement NEWT RECTOR Rev Father P M J Rock Is Head of Cathedral Parish Catholics in every part of the city will welcome the news that the Rev Father P M J nock has hewn appointed pastor of the Cathedral parish by the night Rev Bishop Me Closkey His assistants will be the Rev Fathers Il F Gallagher and Eugene Donahue Father Hock in point of service Is one of the senior priests of Louis ville as well ns of the entire diocese He is the type of priest that does not believe his education is ended when he leaves the seminary As pastor of St Ccillas church and during his Ipng service as an assistant priest at the Cathedrhl Father Honk has ever been a student Those who are competent judges declare that he has the most thorough knowledge of canon law of any priest in tiney l WM Vfcfci ftAI i diocese His new duties will no doubt interrupt his studies to a certain extent but Father Rock has always been faithful to his vow of obedience he bows to the will of his Bishop and does all in his power for the greater honor and glory of Go- dCONSECRATION Of Bishop Owen B Cprrl GTan Was Made Solemn function The Right Rev Owen B CorrIgan was consecrated BishopTitular of Macra and Dishop Auxiliary to His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons Arch bishop of Baltimore last Sunday morning The consecration took place in the magnificent Cathedral of Baltimore and the solemn cere mony brought together many distinguished dignitaries of the church Cardinal Gibbons was the conse crating prelate and was assisted by the lllght Rev Maurice A Burke Bishop of St Joseph Mo and ton flight Rev Benjamin J Keiley lush op of Savannah Cardinal Gibbons also celebrated the Pontificall high mass Tho Rev Dr William T Russell of Washington D C preached the sermon Archbishop Farley of New Yorkand thirteen other members of occupIedthronesedifice was crowded with the laity of Baltimore Bishop Corrigan is highly esteemed in the ecclesiastical world He succeeds the late Bishop Curtis titular Bishop of Chinas and who Dattimortdiocese ACCIDENTS VICTIM John F Bott thirty one years old and a popular member of the com munity fell a victim to a peculiar accident on Thursday of last week and thereby lost his life Mr Bott was helping to remove a piano from n wagon to the Sidewalk when the inflictinginjuriesyoung man was removed to the home of his fatherinlaw Henry A Beyer 1531 West Main street but died soon after He Is survived by his wife The funeral took place from St Pat ricks church Sunday afternoon Mr whlknewMAKES MANY MOURN St Cecilias parish lost one of its most beloved young ladles by the death of Miss Mollie Lawler who passed away at the residence of her parents Mr and Mrs Michael Law her 2430 St Xavier street on Thurs day afternoon of last week The de ceased was born in Louisville thirty five years ago and all her life had been spent in working for tho church the sick the poor and dis tressed Besides her parents she is survived by ono sister Miss Julia Lawler and three brothers James Michael Dand Eugene Lawler The funeral took place from St CecUIas church Saturday morning and many sorrowing friend followed the rer osier to their taU testing place in Auk eemeter e PAUSPICIOUS Was Opening For Central Com mittee C K of A Held Last Week President Schalda Makes Brief Announcement oi His Plans Committees Named and Reports Heard From Many Branches FINE FEAST FOR THE FINALE The Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America held its annual reunion and installation of officers at St Marys Hall on Friday night of last week The hall was thronged as never before President McGinn occupied the chair and every branch In the Falls Cities was represented On behalf of the mem bership committee Harry Veeneman reported that a number of additions to the order were in prospect After the usual routine business had been disposed of and all the bills outstanding having been ordered paid Supreme Delegate Veenoman and State Secretary Median installed the new officers in an impressive man ner President John Schnlda was given a rousing cheer when conducted to his chair When called upon for n speech he said he wanted it under stood that during his administration all meetings of the committee would begin promptly and conclude as speedily as the necessary business could be dispatched lIe also ad monished the delegates to cut their addresses short and to the point President Schalda then announced the following committee Chairmen Entertainment William M Hlg ginsMembershipharry Veeneman East End Thomas Feely West End Ritual William T Median Employment Joseph P McGinn and Gen Gus Kane The complete committees will be announced at the next meeting Reso lutlons were adopted thanking 1resldont McGinn and the other of ficers for their labors during the past year Short talks wore made by Vice President Charles J Dess- eSecrgtaryICrusel 1rLFunCi Ben DecUmnn Charles lullI aOIl Capt John B Murphy of Jeffersonville Branch 4 reported through Dele gate Thorns Feely one new application President Franke reported in behalf of Branch 6 otfc new member lie said that all were prompt in meeting their obligations Branch 6 will Install its officers on the night of Wednesday January 20 and will adjourn early in order to attend the euchre to be given toy Branch 042 On the following Tuesday evening Branch 642 wll install its officers On behalf of Branch 25 President Median announced the loss of one member by death The deceased 111 said had paid 800 to the order in familywouldMedian also told how his branch was allowing premiums for new members One new member and five jn prospect were reported from Branch 32 Charles 11111 reported one application from Branch 45 Branch C42 announced three applications and prospectBranch report ed that Delegate John Kenney had applicationsduringKenney was congratulated and made a splendid talk on the benefits cone nectcd with membership in the Catholic Knights of America The Trustees Capt John B Mur reportedthatof Treasurer Falk and had found them correct well kept and a bal ance in the treasury Harry Veeno man Invited all to attend Branch 642s euchre on January 20 and the installation a week later After the business session ended the members adjourned to partake of a bounteous spread prepared in an adjoining room by Henry Ilunold The feast was thoroughly enjoyed MACKIN COUNCIL Shows Splendid Fiscal Report For the Year Just Closed A splendid attendance greeted the now officers of Mackin Council last Tuesday night many members having to travel miles through snow to attend the meeting President Louis Kieffer presided like a veteran One new member was elected and the JohnKrakelKolb improving that D J Hummel was seriously 111 and would have to followingPresident Kieffer announced time following standing committees for the ensuing year Arbitration John T Kenny Chas S Raldy Frank G Adams Patrick T Sullivan and Thomas D dines Employment Ben J Sand Samuel Robertson Charles H Schuh Thomas JI Hayden andThomasnenJeJ- GymnaslumR b rt T Burke Thomas Bachman Leo Herter Adolphus AndrSott arid Patrick Duddy In Ugatton7LaWfet ce Ainaellat John LYon arid C J Walker IJColleot Delegates to Catholic Federation Camden McAtee ebastlan Hubbuch Walter Adams Andy last TIioma Keenan Jr Tyler Charlton James Mullarkcy Lanal1an Robert I Weiland and J Guy Kevin I Reports of tjjte fiscal officers showed that ISO had been rev ceived by Mackfn Council during 1U03 that nearlyj 1000 had been ex pended for sick find death benefits and other charities but that after nil bills had beeikpad the treasury had developed an increase of 1300 over the prcvloii 4 year Treasurer Dan Weber was c ngratulatedon his splendid report The council accepted an invitation to attend the GaMagher Clubs minstrel show in New bang which was repeated last Wednesday arid Thurs day nights An i vitationfrom the Tier Father Felton to attend the minstrel show of St Augustines of cepted February 17 foriheleneflt ac IIONORStlARTlN t Made Second Highest Off cer in Young Mens Institute 1I Albert F Martin of this city for merly President df Trinity Council and Past Grand j President of thlIKentucky Tl1rlsdlc apt pointed Deputy Supreme resident I of the Y M 11he appointment was mnde known to Mr Martin in a letter received front Supreme resident L E Malian of Eureka Cal aI few days ago In writing of the appointment Suprem r silent Mnhnn- sa rlpart Lit us set 20000 us7 our mar anti endeavor to reach that number in membership during the next two years We can do it if we will work all together and I have no doubt you will do your part I hope to hear from you often regarding tit condition of affairs in your district and tiny suggestion you have to offer from time to tine will be thankfully received Time appointment came to Mr Martin entirely unsolicited but jis nevertheless appreciated by him and his friends As a special agent of the Louisville R Nashville Railroad Company Mr Marfui travels all overtime Kentucky jurisdiction and can readily keep In touch with the conditions at each point As Deputy Su preme President he is head of the Y M I In Kentucky nnd his many friends are congratulating him on his new honorINICE AFFAIR Banquet Followed Routine When Hibernians In stalled Officers Division 1 A O ILof Paris hasI installed the following oficers F F Roche President Pat Kane Vice President M Flanuagan Treasurer George Doyle Financial Secretary F S Elder Recording Secretary Thomas Kane SergeantatArms President Roche leas appointed the following committees Sick Pat Kane Dan Lenahan and James Dempse- yEmploymentM Flannagan B J Brannon and John Connell Literary Prof Costello William Grannnn and QeorgeDoyle Finance M J Lavin George Doyle and John McCarthy After the installation Wednesday night of last week the members sat down to a sumptuous banquet ant that peerless entertainer of time Bourbon county capital Prof Costello presided as toastmaster A vote of thanks was given Thomas Lenahan and Joseph Higgins who had ar ranged the banquet FRIENDLY SONS OFFICERS The annual meeting and election of officers of the Friendly Sons of St Patrick of Cincinnati will be held this evening at thin Hnvlin Hotel Under time rule President John J Gilligan will then retire in favor of another member who will preside at the social sessions anti banquet ofI 1909 COLORED ORPHANS HOME The excellent work done by the Sisters of the Good Shepherd lor the colored orphans hums necessitated time erection of additional quarters and to that end a site has been secured at the southwest corner of EightH and Walnut streets The property was transferred this week from the Board of Trustees of time OLeary Home to the Right Itev Bishop Mc Closkey The site include abuilding onplt 70x106 feet Many Improve NebtsUlI1 1 be I11ee saalJ before time building will be adequate fforthe pvtrpoee io which It Js destined IIu 0 r ciiiw GENEROUS Local Divisions of the Hiber nians and Auxiliary Give to Italians Grand Order Has Long ICccord of Bounteous Charity in Wake In Sickness Death and Suffer lug Men und Women Give Aid SOME OF THE MANY CHARITIES Each of the four local divisions of the Ancient Order of Hibernians has donated 25 to the Italy and Sicily who rsfront the recent earthquake Division 1 was the first to respond to the appeals made by National President Mattliew Cummngs and State President probabllltJtheeven if the appeals had not been made Time other divisions followed the example of Division 1 on their respective meeting nights The money will go through the regular channels of the State and national ArchbishopOConnell Chaplainilfoawadtherroperin Home who that it is properly distributed among the stricken ones in Italy and Sicily The Ladles Auxiliary too was generous according to its means and made its donation to J Pink Cuneo the Ital- Ian Consul in Louisville The four divisions and the Ladies Auxiliary have given largely in charity and in sick and death benefits during the past year as they have in former years and men who know dew clare the Ancient Order of Hiber nians has given more in charity dur anyCatholicpasttwentnpurposestheOf this 7174150 went for sick bene fits and funeral expenses In donations to churches Schools and orphan asylums 448114G was spent and that amount does not Include the 0000 that was given to found a chair of Irish in the Catholic Uni ToJmRfovn1Galveston flood and earthquake suf ferers received 10000 each from the Hibernians and time splendid sum of 41000 went to those who suffered toy the earthquake and fire in San Francisco The Gaelic League in Ireland has received 15000 from the Ancient Order anti In 1898 time sum of 1000 was sent to those who suffered from famine in the West of Ireland It contributed 10000 to ward fitting an ambulance corps for the Boers in their war against Brit ish oppression a few years ago The Ladles Auxiliary gave 10000 to TrinityCollegeOnly recently the Hibernians con tributed 5000 to the erection of a monument to be erected at Gross Isle Newfoundland in memory of Theyhavesum of 20000 to the Catholic Church Extension Society and it is estimat ed that not less than 10000 has been expended in purchasing Irish histories for parochial schools The Ladles Auxiliary though not as large as the Hibernians and not as well off financially has aided acv cordlng to its means in all of these works of charity Irishmen and women everywhere are proud of these two truly fraternal and Catholic charitable organizations and many priests and Bishops consider the Hibernian order the right arm 9f the church CLANS WILL MEET When the Catholic Knights Give Euchre Lotto and Dance Branch 642 CKof A often called St Michaels branch will give its first grand lotto euchre mid dance at Trinity Councils club house Bax ter avenue and Morton next Wednes day evening Both the upper and lower halls will be Used Many handsome prizes have been offered for the lotto and euchre games and an excellent orchestra has been secured for the dance- President Harry A Veeneman Secretary Ben Kruse Col Joseph P Mc Ginn James Welsh and William Cushing are members of the commit tee ranging for the event While not the oldest branch St Michaels is one of the oldest and best balanced In the city It has provided for many widows and or regular Central Committee and its officers have always been capable and effi cient I It is not too much to expect that Branch 642 will have as guests delegations from each of the other branches in the Falls Cities AGED MANS FALL Michael ID Hogan one of the old est IrishAmericans in Louisville theltyteUmerit Monday and sustained a frac tune of his left hip He iwas removed to the residence of his son Michael Hogan Christy avenue near Baxter where he is now resting as comfortably as possible under the I circumstances Mr Hogan is eighty years old and is fond of Gods sun ngoherighthllthrough his present crisis and all his friends hope for his speedy rei overy LONG ILLNESS Ends In Death of Michael- W Logan a Popular Citizen Many residents of Louisville expressed sincere sorrow Wednesday when they learned of the death of Michael W Logan a veteran Irish Catholic steamboatman Democrat and public servant Death occurred after an illness extending over a period of eight years but for the past two years he had Been unable to assume any active duties He died at his home on Thirtythird street between Missouri and JUidil avenues Mike Logan was born in Louisville fiftyfour years ago and received his education in the Catholic schools He was bright intelligent and quick witted At an early age he was employed as a clerk on steamboats ply mg between Plttsburg and New Orleans After nearly twenty years of service on the river he was appointed deputy in the Back Tax Collectors la in Louisville Later he served deputy in the City Tax Receivers office City Assesors office and as one of the deputies under Jailer John R Pflanz His wife who was Miss Lizzie Dunn died about eight years ago Four children nil minors survive him They are Graham and Joseph Logan and Misses Lillie anil Estelle Logan The funeral took place from the Church of Our Lady of Portland on Friday morning and was largely attended The Rev Father James J Conniff celebrated the requiem mass and while admonishing the living did not fall to eulogize the character of Michael W Loga- nAPPEALS ANSWERED Division 4 Acts Promptly- on Request of Visiting Officers Inclement weather caused a fall ing off in the attendance of Division 4 A O II Monday night but what was lacking in numbers was made up in enthusiasm President John II llenl slY occupied the chair Appll ill J1l11 by steplRCc Toomey and at OHearn William T Keardon and Michael Iluhan were reported ill but Charles Callahan who had been on the sick list was reported as fully restored to health State resident George J Butler and County resident P J Welsh were present anti each made an ap peal for the Italian earthquake suf ferers DUislon 4 promptly donated 25 just as the other divisions had done County President Welsh in stalled Treasurer Harry Brady who was unable to too present when the joint installation was held on tTie first Sunday In January State resident Butler made a brief address In which he told how the order was Increasing in the State and of the efforts that were being made to Introduce the studyof Irish history in the parochial schools County President P J Welsh announced that time meeting of the County Board would be held Tuesday night of next week and with Division 1 at Falls City Hall HEALTHY SHOWING Made by Knights of Columbus at Quarterly Board Meeting The National Uoaril of Directors of the Knights of Columbus has com pleted its quarterly meeting at Xew haven Conn and on Tuesday reports of the proceedings were given to the press The board voted to omit the April assessment on account of the splendid condition of the or ders finances embers were advised to continue to contribute to the suppprt and row lief of the Italian earthquake suf ferers All sums are requested to be sent to Monsignor Falconio the Apostolic Delegate at Washington D C It was decided to take 100000 from the mortuary relief fund for investment The grpss as sets of the order showed an increase of 400000 over last year ANOTHER CHURCH EDIFICE The Marion County Leader says time llev Father Harding pastor of the church at CampbelUvflle and who administered to the church at Calvary for a season is preparing to establish a church and parochial school near Phllllpsuurg in the near future The section of the country round Phiflipsburg Is unsupplied with school and church privileges and this work of Father Harding will come as a boon to Catholics there POPE BLESSES AMERICANS America always first was the exclamation btPlpe Pius X last Sunday when he received Archbishop Ireland in final audience Ills IfolU ness expressed to the Archbishop Ills admiration of and gratitude to the American people for the prominent part they are taking In aid of time Italian earthquake sufferers amid WeAAmenda STABBED I Altlermnnic Board Kills the Telephone Ordinance In Embryo Mayor Grinstcad Scored by a Member of the Board- Considering Secret Service Fund to Be In creased to Provide More Ugly Spies ADVERTISING FOR BIDS CEASES tearsthatfaithfulfollowers ofMayorformerRepublican helpedpitchhimself The telephone ordinance causedhisautopsy re vealed that the Kirwan amendment had lodged in his political vermiform appendix consolinghimself likeninghimself Romebut beforethedestruction DutthereSomebody thetaskand instead of praising the dead castigation nothurtthe aspirations of some of his kins AntonyUnderhillof the lend Caesar and point to the different thrusts made by the vari ous Senators but he described Mayor Grinstead as n mariner who trims his sails to every wind no mat ter whether they blow from north r4Utlm east pr west Cams Curtius Ridiculous lIe burn thought that the new Marc Antony hind fallen down on his lines and in an attempt to prompt and correct him jumped on Aaron Kohn and stated boldly that anybody who differed from him did it through lack of Ignorance There upon Aldermen Ashcraft Hess Horn Reed Reichert and Underbill ifInMayorGrinstentisvided acordlng to his ideas for a comprehensive regulated telephone system for the city of Louisville MayorGrinstend j 1Aldermen1 1 want the ordinance passed either as It was originally written or as amended As a matter of fact tho Jteresteds telephoneThe city administration made thetclaim several months ago that it byhavingmade under the jurisdiction of the Board of Public Works instead of letting It to the highest bidder Tins city is crushing its own rock for street improvements now at a cost of 105 per yard when contractors formerly furnished It to the city for crushing in which the city and citizens arc being duped by the Board of Public Works If bids are advertised for according to law the city will not comingtoCouncilman Isadore Forst jumped all over the proposed appropriation of 2500 for the Mayors secret serv ice fund and the people believe he ofLouisvilefund of 1000 Last year it was attempthas as higher Is this another Rooseveltian followingInUnited States The forces of the city administration are honeycombed with spies now and every mans eyes and ears are trained against his brothersThe Evening Post has championed the cause of the present management of the Louisville Water Company and declares that things may be better in 1912 Three years to wait The Post says that the present management had to change the discount from 20 to 5 per cent on account of mismanagement of the old Democratic officials And yet Inyestlgatlon panys affairs that cost the city quite a sum of money and the iIn vestigation revealed that tho water companys affairs hind not been mis managed CATHOLIC HISTORICAL SOCIETY a The following officers liave been elected by the American Catholic Historical Society for 1909 President Ignatius J Dohan Vice Pestdent the llev I K McDevitt He ijbellj nentyunT Drumgoole LLnWa1trGeorge Smith Samuel Cashier Jr and Francis A Cunningham Thy twentyfifth anniversary of belilO ciety will occur lii July for which a souvenir history oil the prganiiMilloh Wm be Iissued I its II KENTUOKY IRISiu AltIERIOAN 1 KENTUCKY IRISH v ftMERlGflH Devoted to the Social and Moral Advanceraement of Irish Americans aid CatholIcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America n KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING COIncorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C Entered at the Loulivllle Poitotilce Second Clw tatter Address all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Oren st CTRADESluNION COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JANUARY 16 1909 IF NEW ANn TKUE The Evening Post on Monday in a labored editorial attacked the Kentucky Irish American for its criticism of the present bunco reform administration and doubted that tlii truth was told in some of those criticisms tight here it can be stated that the Kentucky Irish American has repeatedly published the notorious record of the Posts protege Police Captain Kobert J Foster winter in the Posts popularity V curtest and chile promoter of reform for the administration We have scanned the Posts columns for a denial of this state 4ment but in vain The Kentucky Irish American has also published at different times how County Clerk Mark Qabhart of the reform administration was im plicated in saloon brawls wits no denial from the Post i The Kentucky Irish American has also published from a copy of th Criminal Court records the storyof n man Indicted for highway robbery by the grand jury and appointed to the police force by the reform ad ministration with no contradiction by the reform administrations champion the Evening Post The Kentucky Irish American has also published the record of Charles i Lawrence a stri1 t cleaning foreman under the reform administration this man having shot another In the back seriouslycut another In a brawl and but recently swore out warrant for one of our most respected school principals subjecting her to much annoyance and humiliation simply because she had reproved his children at school We have failed to notice where the reform Post has storytp The above are only a few of the t many stories the Kentucky Irish I American has published about the pseudo reformers in the City Hall and Court House and furthermore If the Evening Post is sincere in its dally statement ofuIf new and true etc it should investigate and verify or disprove and the Kentucky Irish American will gladly assist in the search NO BIGOTRY I1EUE All nonCatholics are not ias bigoted as the Lutheran ministers who denounced Presidenteleqt Taft and President Roosevelt The American Israelite a New York publication conducted by and for the Hebrews refused to join issues with the Lutherans and in refusing took occasion to say The Israelite does not agree with the gentlemen and bodies mentioned in the foregoing insofar that it firmly believes that if a Roman Catholic were elected President of the United States he would do not a jot less than his full duty without even the least mental reservation It is a most iniquitous proceeding to put political disability even by indirection upon any citizen because of his religious belief Least of nil should we Jews be a party to such u proceeding t1e have suffered tort much front political and civic proscription to have any sympathy twith it That a mans citizenship is 1necessarily qualified by his religion is a most dangerous doctrine to teach Besides it being not at all likely that any political party for some years to come at least is going to present n Roman Catholic as its nominee for the Presidency the question of the loyalty of such n J candidate is purely speculative awl its discussion can profitably lie postponed until an absolute need for It shall have arisen- ANSWLRs CRAPSEY I The Rev Father Lambert the able 1editor of the Freemans Journal re plying to Rev Dr Crapsey on the attitude of the Catholic church in relation to astronomy exposes the fallacies and sophisms of the latter and disposes of him with the tallow ingWhat faith can be hall In ft science that is forever readjusting or throw big aside its latest conclusions as astronomy has ben doing during the pastcenturIes Is not tfco expert ence of astronomical science like that of the fabled Sisyphus who was condemned to roll an immense boulder from the bottom to the summit of a hill which whenever it Q reached the top rolled down again anil the Task of Sisyphus had to be begun anew The physical sciences toll wearily up the fillip but when rhear then summit and ready to deposit l the burden 6t S Jnfowaatlcm there prae hew disooveryhurlss them to the bottom where the upward foH must toefln agftin It WM tbn that 3bs dlaeovfr of the Eoet en rqs ItibleI atom of the science of chem istry The word science isa shib boleth of frequent use a word ot damnable iteration as Falstaff I flippantlandScience tenches this that and the other that ends It Well what didi science teach yesterday and the day before and the day before tint Its contradictory teachings can not all be true experience demonstrates that it is not infallible From its very nature its latest affirmations are not ultimate any moment soma new discovery may cast them to the wind like dead leaves in autumn The inefficiency of science as the ultimate criterion of the truths and facts of nature arises from the In completeness of experience and the hasty and unjustified conclusions of scientists and the credulous confi dence with which they ride an as sumption or an hypothesis as a hobby until they finally lapse into the conviction that it is demon strated Thus they ride from thin I assumpIan assumption until it is demon strated to be a truth Press reports from Oklahoma City where the National mil Posters As socintlon is in session this week say that the board issued an order forbidding members of the association areaused to advertise union suits nnt corsets The pictures decried by the billposters are not nearly so inv modest as many one sees on local billboards advertising variety shows nail patent medicines An exchange says If women or the world would devote to their souls otme half the care they lavish on their coiffures they would look just ns well In this life and might count on astonishing their rivals with a coronet in the next Marshall reigns IP Indiana and Harmon in Ohio Two States north of the Ohio river have redeemed thenselves from Republican ring rule On the other sideI Tennessee has gone body and breeches into the Prohibitionist ranks Who will be the next nominee of the Democratic party for President of the United States Will it be how Judson Harmon of Ohio or Thomas Marshall of Indiana The Census Bureau estimates the wealth of the American people ut something over 1310 per capita halt of which consists of land improved and unimproved Shively may be all right for Sena tor from Indiana but many Demo crats in other States hate to see John W Kern thrown down TILE PRIESTS FINGERS A group of travelers returning from their ascension to Vesuvius stopped at an Inn by the road Be fore taking their meal they wished to wash their hands The hostess hastened to comply with their re quest But as she noticed one among them was a priest she did not want him to use the towel that had been used by the others Please Father she said give u back to me It is not meet that the fingers which liold the Body of Jesus Christ be wiped with this coarse linen Upon this quickly she went to the cupboard whence she brought a piece of fine embroidered muslin which oho tendered to her priestly guest The foregoing incident relat ell in Emmanuel recalls the action of one of the saints St Theresa If we remember rightly who when a priest desired to wash his handj brought him a basin of perfumed water giving the selfsame reason for her act as did the good woman of the Italian inn Here we have thj reason of the Catholics profound reverence for the person of Christs minister Nothing is too good for the priest because he is an altar Christns I like to shake the hand of n pood priest said a gentleman recently Whenever my hand feels the clasp of the priestly fingers 1 experience a strange thrill of min gled awe and pleasure It seems to me that as virtue emanated from the Divine Person of the Master as lIe walked among men purifying healing and strengthening so must his worthy servant diffuse something of his subtle influence as he treads his flally way among the multitude However It is with others there is more to me in the handshake of n priest than in that pt other men and I always feel better afterward FORTY HOURS PRAYER FortyHourshighs mass at St Brtgidg church on MepTjurnV avnue =of Svhlch Sev Father Henry Connelly Js the ener Kic and iralou pastor The Mry leerj will continue until Tuesday land as large attenaaoce fta eSJNlOted tbeo sill have the aa to of e ltw tYw GSwYr9 r s0 r iEtV i Miss Allie Teunelly has been visit Ing friends at New Haven Miss Mollle Mattinglyof Bards town is visiting relatives in Louis vllle Michael Ruhan who has been ill for several weeks has recovered euf flciently to be out George Dehler Jr and wife have returned from n pleasant sojourn at West Baden Springs Miss Lillian Renting of Shelby vllle is the guest of friend and relatives in this city Miss Mayme Moran of Portland entertained Tuesday for the members of her card club Mr and Mrs Cook Wells of Cincinnati are the guests of Mrs P B Thompson of Clifton Mrs James Connors has returned from Memphis where she was the guest of her daughter Miss ficna Green who has been vis sting relatives in Carrollton Ky is expected home next week Mr and Mrs Timothy Finn of Greelv Neb nre visiting Mr Finns sister Mrs William T Speak Mrs J U Quigley of the West End left this week for nn extended visit to relatives nt Columbiana Ala Miss Flaget Simms of Springfield Ky has returned home after a visit to friends and relatives in this city Miss Katie Joyce left yesterday on rf visit to her sister Mrs George Lute of Indianapolis to be gone two weeks Constable Robert Bartholomew Is III at his home 1005 East Main street but his friends are expecting his speedy recovery Mrs T H Welch and daughter Katherine of South Louisville are visiting Mrs Welchs parents in Bloomington Ind D J Leverone and L R Figg have laid aside business cares and are spending a season of rest and recrea tion at West Baden Springs Miss Mary Curran has returned to St Catherines Academy after spending the holidays with her rela tires tool friends in this city Mrs R P Cochran anti children Mary and Francis of Eastwood have returned home after spending thin holidays with Mr and Mrs S Evcrln Col and Mrs James B Camp celebrated the twentyfifth anniversary of their marriage with a largely at tended reception at the Galt House lust night- Hiss Mary Winifred Speak enter tained in honor of Miss Mary Cnrran vho Is a pupil at St Catherines holidaysinLouisvilleMiss McGill and John L Cosgrove were quietly married at St Johns church the Rev Dr George Schuhmann officiating Thursday afternoon of last weeleIMrs Eva Creamer Bressler of De troit Mich the widow of Joseph cIn1tralof Mrs D n land Russell Mr and Mrs Thomas Finnernnn of Atlanta Edward Finnernan of Lexington and Mrs John Morgan of Frankfort were the weeks end guests of Mr and Mrs S Everin Willlnm rr who spent the Christmas holidays with his wife and family in this city has to Villa Grove Ill were hereturneel1 responsible position with the C and E T railroad populartrnfllci being showered with congratulations on his marriage to Miss Lena Ernst one of New Albanys fairest and most highly esteemd young ladies Their marriage was solemnized Satur day at St Marys Rev Father Bor ries performing the ceremony The announcement came ns a sur prise Tuesday that Miss Mabel Deatrick and Samuel Harris popular young people of New Albany hind been married nt the rectory of Holy Trinity church the Rev Father Charles Curran officiating on the night of November 28 The bride is the charming daughter of Mr and Mrs D L Deatrick Miss Catherine Haungs and Frank J Mitsch well known people of the West End surprised their ninny friends by a quiet marriage The ceremony was performed by the Rev Father John Knllaher nt St Columbas church last Saturday evening After next Wednesday rand Mrs JTItsch will be at home to their friends at Thirtyfifth and Walnut streets Mr and Mrs James H Tlglieano nonce the approaching marriage of their daughter Miss Male Alice to Theodore Van ODanlel The wed ding will be solemnized in February The brideabouttobe is one of the most charming girls in Louisville and has been earnest In her efforts fo r the Sacred Heart church The young man who has won her hand and heart Is to be congratulated Mrs D Hyland Russell entertained informally at her home on Gray street Wednesday In honor of Mrs Eva iRressler of Detroit who ts visiting Mrs Russell On Friday afternoon Mrs Bressler was the uet of honor at a box party at the Mary Anderson Theater when Mrs Guerdon Gates was the hostess Mrs Russell nntl trs Brassier will leave Lou isvile February 8 to attend tthe Chteago Riitdmobjle show t Mint fcaibrtn HteUejr of the Igblanda chaperoned a matinee rtr of the rouotvr MB Hi honor of road Those Inethic party were Misses Maude OBrien Mary L Nobbe Mary Malone Helen Cor- coran Melon Ryan Adella Rolling Gladys lloertz Leah V OBryan Frances Stanley Rachel OBryan Etta and Josephine Sullivan Elise Coumey and Petronella Schweers Mesdames David Welsh John Simon and Larry Gatto arranged a surprise party and euchre for Mr anti Mrs John C Graves who cele brated the twentyfifth anniversary of their wedding Friday night of last week Relatives and friends of Mr and Mrs Graves assembled and made a regular night rider assault on the premises The euchre was highly enjoyed and the prize win ners were Mesdames David Welsh Larry Gatto John F Chester and Miss Nellie Simon and Messrs John C Graves Guy Osterman D J Gleeson and Henry Slltman Mr and Mrs William Barry enter tained a number of little folks Frl day afternoon from 2 until 5 oclock in honor of their son Master Watts Barry at their home St Catherine and Seventh streets The parlor was tastefully decorated in red refreshments were served and all enjoyed a pleasant afternoon Severn chil drens games were played and prizes were won by John Robert Watts Lucille Green and Marina Dunnlgnn Among the little guests were Misses Vinton Watts Sweetie Green Mignon Sherer Margaret Hogan Mary Catherine Osternmn Mary Elizabeth Barry Dorolliy Barry Hazel Demuth mid Masters Chester and John 1L Watts William F Klnnaird Wallace Demuth and Mesdames William F Kinnalrd Warwick Elrod Gus Flhe John R Watts Jr Guy Ostermnn nnd John 1 Barr- ySAItTO COUNCIL Has Chosen Good Men For Office During Year Sarto Council Y M L of Owens boro has elected and installed the following officers jhuplaln Hev Father George M Connor President Charles II Harbour First Vice Pres ident Andrew A Oberst Second Vice President A S Baseheart Corresponding Secretary Elmer Brown Financial Secretary Charles Horn Treasurer Theodore Price Marshal August Graf Sentinels Lawrence Mitchell and Paul Angus tine Executive Committee Fred W Arnold John J Herman and Dr J M McOary Librarian A B Oberst The reelection of President liar hour shows that the Owensboro Y M Is know how to appreciate a good thing lie hits appointed fifty or more on various committees in order to keep all interested in tin work The council increased its treasury balance 80 during the final quarter of 1008 President Barbour Ifs at work on a plan to increase the membership during the present year HECEXT DEATHS The funeral ot John Ltghtner who died Monday at the residence of his brotherinlaw 11 Wdissel 324 North Twentythird street took place from St Anthonys church I Tuesday morning and was largely attended I Miss Cstnerine Dorsey died at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital last Sunday and the remains wore taken to illarret Sons chapel 8158 East Mniu street where they reposed un til the funeral took puce from St Michaels church on Tuesday morning The deceased is survived byuniece Mrs Hose McGulre Idalll1lrln nn old1 and respected resident of New Albany died at his home in that city Tuesday morning after n long illness Tlie deceased was sixtysix years alit nnd resided with his children at 1023 East Market street The funeral took place Thursday morning from St Marys church of which the deceased was an esteemed nnd faithful mem berThe funeral ot IMchard F Seanlon who died at the home of his aunt Mrs Mettle McCormick 801 East Greet street on Friday morning of last week took place from Dough erty fc McElliotts umlertnKfng tablishment Saturday morning Two brothers Michael and John and u sister Mrs Stella nell survive him The deceased was twentyeight years old and was employed by the Carter Dry Goods Company Patrick Crosby for ninny years a ocomotlve engineer for the Louis d Xashville Railroad Company 1l1Ie an old time resident of the parish died at Sts Mary fund Elizabeth Hospital Tuesday morning The remains were rev moved to the home of his sot Michael J Crosby 823 West St Catherine street and the funeral took place from St Louis Berlrands church Thursday morning rho deceased await a native of Ireland lint hall lived in Louisville half n ecu tury SLICK DAYLIGHT THEFT One of the boldest daylight thefts that has come to the attention of the Covlngtpn police department for some time ivns reported last Safur Jay morning An unknown man xprelilCompanythe door hell at the Academy of the Sisters of Notre Dame on East Fifth street that he had a crate of turkeys on the wagon for the insti tutlon In the meantime the Sister informed him that she had no iidea who could have sent thin turkeys and lie informed her that they were from- a party named Manning As there is a pupil of that name in the institution the Sister leas of the opinion that her folks had sent then Going after the money for which to pay the express charges and holding S J 3 hands the Sister wanted to know where the crate of turkeys 1terUtheywere2 hastily made his escape CURB YOltFELON Take t81ipobta jut from hehurftJiOutlltlolt Stir uouffh calomel fai the butter to unite aII pirt fpraad on cloth and JOS 4BQNLUMBER Ir dIA I I i KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUSl Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Lynch Council of Charlestown S G now owns one of the most beauti ful halls in that city Buffalo Council is constantly add ing to its membership which now nears the thousand mark Duluth Council initiated a large class last week anti afterward enter tained 300 guests at the annual ban quet at the Spalding Hotel AD K OF C The new Glee Club of Syracuse Council surprised nnd delighted its friends on its first appearance tablishment nt Maysvllle Gov Hughes has accepted an inn tation to attend the Knights of Columbus charity ball In New York City Rockford Council celebrated its ninth anniversary last Thursday night with a grand reception and banquet in honor ot the State Chap lain the Right Tier Bishop Muldoon On Sunday January 24 n joint Inv itiation will he hold by the councils of Covlngton and Newport District Deputy James C Rogers of Lexington will exemplify the third degree A new council is in progress of us The Knights of Minneapolis real- Ized 2700 for the benefit of the Catholic Orphanage and in recogni tion of their efforts the Mother Superior has invited all the members mid their ladles to be present at a reception and entertainment in their honor tomorrow BARTHOLOMEW ANNOUNCES Robert Bartholomew one of the best known young men In the East End has announced his candidacy for Magistrate in the Fifth district composed of the First Second and Third wards subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Bartholo mew is now serving ns Constable in that district with a fine record and his friends believe he is strong enough to win the higher office OPENS LAW OFFICE J1 Kuvauagh one of the best known young barristers in Louisville loss retired from the office of the Louisville City Attorney after four years of service as one of that offi cials assistants Before entering the City Attorneys office Mr Kavanagh was associated in the general prac tice of law with Judge Matt ODoherty tie is active In Demo crane politics and is prominent in the Louisville Tammany Club Mr Kavanagh will practice in all of the city State and Federal courts He lies opened his office in room o05 Iaul Jones building- REELECTED PRESIDENT It toil be gratifying to many old friends and admirers in Louisville t know that +Hon E D Hannan formerly of this city has been reelected President of time Board of Alder men at Paducah Before entering that board he was for several terms a member nnd twice President of the Board of Councilmen Mr Han nan went from Louisville to Paducah energybruitness in that city He is prominent IIn the Knights of Columbus MOTION PICTURES Wfien the rain fell the wind blew and the snow flew this week there were many pedestrians of both sexes who sought cozy corners In the mov ing picture shows conducted by the Princess Amusement Casino Princess nnd Columbinthrew great crowds every afternoon and evening Time management an nounces that another splendid set of mme wilt be presented every tiny next week ASPIRES HIGH Patrick Liniat ael1 known mercrant of Frankfort Kyi Is the latest Democrat Jn time State capital1 to announce his candidacy for Mayor of that city He has averalable op poneatabut his frlndaoonsider his bhaocea as good at any If elected goodMs to of to 3rd to a d One Jan 18 and the Go noon 1030 of and r eet r Wan l Chi cater I recently added the Air to my Business I will be for any of your pa tronage and am also Agent for the Carbonic Gas Drums HOME PHONE 5353 COMB East 263a I 1010 L Barret Avenue t909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 A T BURGEVINCANDIDATE F- ORJUDGE AA JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURTCOMMON PLEAS BRANCH 3rdDIVISION Subject Action Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 JOSEPH M HUFFAKER CANDIDATE F- ORCommonwealth Attorney Subject the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 D H RUSSELLC011didate for SHERIFFSubject to Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 F H BURKECondlc1a1e For Prosecuting Attorney of Police Court 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The game will be called promptly at 815 oclock and the tickets of admission are only twentyfive cents The com mittee arranging for the euchre Is made up as follows 1 A Hebea brand Chairman A II Marlin J J Fischer and T II Kaufman WEDDED AT LEBANON Mss Flora Flnucan one of the prettiest sad most attractive girls of Lebanon Ky and Dr Lee Qowdy martHogarty at his rectory early Tnes A day morning The attendants were Miss Mamie Corcoran of Lebanon and Dr Carl Thompson of Louisville After a brief wedding tour Dr his bride will begin lhousekeeping at Campbellsvllle LONDONS NKW BISHOP I I distinguishedpriest rd Blihop of London Canada in sue iceMton to Archtohl McKvay HI eooMcration will a HftS0 during a th latterrl Srt of NUMEROUS Ami Vnriccl V rcthc Gifts Showered on Plus X Lust Year Artlslans Parish Priests41I and Potentates Gave of Their Stores Praised and Blessed People of Ireland For Many Tokens of Love ONLY TWO RULERS NEGLIGENT Emperors Kings und the chief rulers of ninny republics have vied with the artisan and the village priest in congratulating the simple old mnn who sits in the chair of St Peter on the fiftieth nnnlvertiary of his celebration of his first mass says a Home correspondent of one of tho great New York dailies Time other day surrounded by ills court and the small Papal army Pius X went in procession to the geographical map room of the Vatican to open an exhibition of the presents he has revolted during the year Hardly an envoy or a deputa tion or a pilgrimage has been received by the Pope since the be ginning of the year that has ntbrought some material offering to emphasize good wishes Mummy gifts have arrived from the uttermost parts of the earth sent by small congregations unable to quit their daily toll to present them in person Special envoys despatched by powerful monarchs have brfcught costly presents in the names of their sovereignsThe of llapsburg as befits headstheof Austria sent by his special envoy Prince Carl of Schwortzenburg ft magnificent cross supposed to be made from a portion oT the original larkdiamondsEmperor of Germany always reverent toward the Papacy sent by his messengers a massive chiselled gold seal with the Papal arms carved on a large bloodstone ping Alfonso of Spain who though one of the chil dren of the church has not yet vis itch the Vatican since his accession chose from the treasures of the Kscurial a splendid Oriental carpet of unique design which in the future will cover the floor of tho Vatican library King Manuel of Portugal presented n large silver vase decorated with cupids and flowers which Plus X declared worthy to be placed beside the masterpieces of llenvenuto Celllni The College of Cardinals combined to make u large present of feters pence which amounted to nearly 20000 The priests and superiors of the Papal household pre sented a fine specimen of Persian carpet ware specially ordered from the Orient The gifts of the Irish parishes particularly pleased the Pope They include large numbers of pieces of fine Irish lace somq node as vestments and others for trimming altar cloths etc In admiring and commenting on these Pius X called to mind time early converts in Ireland and the continued faithfulness of the Irish to the Roman Catholic church and in sending a special blessing through Cardinal Logue he said These children have always been among the faithful to the church and even to me though T have never known them they send these beauti ful offerings The present Pope was always be loved among his rectors anti dio cesans when Patriarch of Venice Therefore he was specially gratified when they visited nome en masse a few weeks ago and presented him with n goodly sum of Peters pence Several bore gifts from his former parishioners One old woman who had been befriended liy the Pope years ago when he was Bishop of Treviso sent him a large cheese of her awn making Some peasants from a district of the Campngnn where the Pope had caused the church to be rebuilt brought him in a splendid selection of fruit and an admirer in Sicily sent him a case of old iwlne The number of chalices crosses and reliquaries which have been sent to time Pope in the last twelvemonth is innumerable The women of England Ireland anti Scotland alone sent 102 which were presented to the Pontiff in person by the Duchess of Norfolk as their representative North America contributed many more The Knights of the Holy Sepurchre gave the Pope a number of portable altars each complete with the proper vessels Plus X does not mean that these beautiful and at the same time use ful gifts shall be hidden in the Vatican useless and unseen The chalices vestments altars etc will be divided among the poorer par ashes which can not afford to pro vile good ones The priests of thq Roman Campagna where the popula tion Iis sparse and poor will be particularly looked after It develops that King Edward VII of England and Theodore Roosevelt President of tno United States are the only rulers of civilized countries who have not at least sent their congratulations to His Holiness on the occasion of his golden sacerdotal jubilee CARDINAL INVITED Cardinal Gibbons has been invited by President Roosevelt to speak at time celebration of Abraham Lincolns centenary on February 12 The cele bration will be hold in Tarne county lie will probably accept the invita tion f AID FOR FALLEN The Paullst Fathari qf Qlmiaago have loaned fl rMIety tosahe JJQf women and girl prlnrltrr sp ct4 lye of race or creeds the Rev lather I BJcUrd a Cartwrlirhh C 8foru rlv of Dorchester MSM Iii the Gf Jbe WHAT IT IS In an editorial on the subject the Tablet of Brooklyn thus defined the Catholic press The Catholic is fAnA channel of communication be tween the Bishops and clergy and the faithful people Time builder of Catholic thought questlonAn organ of appeal and defence Time readiest exponent and defender practices of the churchs doctrines and The medium of warning against dangers to faith and morals The voice that summons the Catholic people to protect their rights The mirror of Catholic life The powerful auxiliary of the pul pit and time complement of the par ish school The consecration of the great mod ern Invention to the service of the church The antidote to tho poison of the secular press The destroyer of non Cntholle calumnies and prejudices The blessing of clean wholesome Christian rending for tho home DIED IN JBFFEKSONVILLK Tohn Oleason a repected resident of Teffersonville died at the home of his brother Thomas Glcason SOS West Front street Friday afternoon of last week and the funeral took place from St Augustines churcli Monday morning The deceased was fortynine years old and death re suited from consumption which followed an attack of pneumonia The remains were Interred In St Johns cemetery Louisville Two sisters Mrs Andrew Kimmlck and Miss Mary Cilcason and three brothers Thomas Robert nnd Patrick Gleason all residents of Jeffersonvllle survive him RUMORS OK CHANGES It is current In American ecclesiastical circles that Monsignor Falconio the Apostolic Delegate Is soon Ho return to Home to he given higher honors presumably the red hint of a Cardinal The same rumor has it hat Monsignor Avcrsa Apostolic Delegate to Cuba and Iorto Rico vlll he the successor to Monsignor nlconio as Delegate to the Unite 1 States FOR CirUHCIl AND SCHOOL The people of Highland Park and their friends throughout the city tiro preparing to give a grand euchre at lepers Hall Shelby and Roselnno streets on the afternoon and even lug of Thursday February 4 for the benefit of St Leos church and school Many handsome prizes have been donated Tickets are being sold for twentyfive cents The after noon game will be called at 2 oclock md the evening game nt 8 oclock nosh FROM HOME Archbishop John J Glennon of St Louis arrived In Now York City last Saturday from Ireland where he vis Ited relatives after his departure from Rome where he spent several weeks The Archbishop was granted pepial audjayfM and seyeraj conferences with ie Pius X to whom he reported several subjects including the Catholic census of this coun try NOTKK DAME LEADS The Notre 1ametniversity basketball tenon arrived home last week from its extensive Southern trip taken during the Christmas holidays The showing was excellent the five whoring foin teen out of sixteen rallies although they bumped up igainst strong teams and continually were on the road As In studies Notre name lends in athletics ILLUSTRATED LECTURE William Kerbcrg Robert T Burke and Charles S Raldy have been np pointed by President Kieffer of ifackin Council to arrange with the tier Father Eugene for nn lllus traced lecture These lectures are ot vide repute and the committee will take Immediate steps to secure Tatter Eugenes services WANTS PRIESTS ADVICE President Roosevelt has sent a personal invitation to the Rev Father Foy of Nutley N J to attend the conference which Ml be herd Tan iriry 25 and 20 to discuss the child problem While In Washington Father Foy will be the guest of the President at time White House on the afternoon of January 25 FEASTS AND FASTS The ecclesiastical calendar shows the following table of movable feasts and fasts for 100 Ash Wednesday February 24 first Sunday in Lent February 28 Palm Sunday April 4 Oood Friday April 9 Easter Sunday April 11 Ascension tiny May 20 SundayInHOSLERACKERMAN Miss Catherine Louise Rosier and Edward Ackerman both well and favorably known In the East End unprised their friends by being quietly wedded In the rectory of St Tartlns church Tuesday evening performedCONDITION ALARMING Lawrence Landherr one of the best known young men in Tefferson town and an active member of St Edwards parish is seriously ill of typhoid fever Ills illness has continued over a period of eight week and his friends are alarmed about ils condition GEORGE LAWO HONORED Chickasaw Council pf Memphis did iv nice thing when it made George A Ijawq a life member It is the high est honor that can be conferred on a member of time Young Mens IrisH tute PLANT TONIC tA taiiOpooarum of ctiatoro1j poured on OH ground around thf robta ferfcM ogee a- umioobh wUrYe th rapld wth atal make them 1 ftieh CATHOLICS j Have Historical Interest in OurHcnu- tlful National Capitol City theIPlanned Site of the iovciiinicnt Building Wns Purchased From a Carroll SOME DATA OF GREAT INTEREST It may be worth while for Cath olics at least American Catholics to know that their forbears had a part in planning the city of Washington It is a historical fact that in 1663 or more than a century before the Revolutionary war that the site upon which the city of Washington now stands was laid out qn paper by the followers of Lord Baltimore and was called Rome A gentleman named Pope owned the soil and a stream called the Tiber flowed through time tract The Tiber Is now covered up and is part of the sewer system of Washington but one of its main springs furnishes all tho drinking water used at the White House Daniel Carroll a Catholic and a rela tive of the first Bishop of Baltimore owned the land later and at the time that the City of Washington was be ing built was a great friend of George WashingtonDaniel was born In Prince George county Maryland In 1756 He was a large land owner and followed farming for an occupation He was a delegate from Maryland to the Con tinental Congress which sat from 1780 to 1784 and later was a mem ber of the convention which framed the constitution of the United States As a member of the first Congress of the United States to which he was elected as a Federalist he took an active part in securing the seat of the Government In Maryland and in 1791 was appointed by Washington- one of the Commissioners to locate the District of Columbia and the Federal city In the fall of 1791 he met Washington one day by appointment at Suters Tavern In Georgetown and the two rode on milkwhite horses over the ground of the proposed city President Washington accompanied Carrol to his home on the Corn Abbey Manor farm and stayed all night The whole of the next day was spent In consulting and planning and it is said that on that occasion- It was definitely decided where the capitol should be located- It would appear therefore that a Catholic had a voice in the location- of the capitol and District of Colum lila and owned tho land of the site mother Catholic planned the streets avenues and sites for public buildings while still another Catholic ceded the land on which was to be erected the future home of the Presidents of time United States In 1800 Washington was a city of anticipation Its site was little better than a wilderness A sketch of Wash ington in embryo compiled from mare historical researches of Dr Joseph published before the survey by Peter Charles LEnfant the French engineer officer selected by Washington to lay out a plan for the future city David Burns parIsh ricks owned the land on which the Whte House now stands Daniel Car AbbeyStammeracres located on Capitol Hill and running from there to the Potomac river Pawtawmack as it was then called On his property was erected anltInsional Library and other public build Ings Tho wing of the Capitol occu pied by the House of Representatives manorhousethe largest room of which was used as a chapel and the spot where then stood the altar Is according to the theSpeakerTho act to locate the seat of the national Government on the Potomac approvedJulyseat of the Government had been a ofBrandywlmle1777Congress PhiladelphiaDaltlmorethensuccessively to Princeton Trenton thetermsPhiladelphiaIt InWashington WashIngton whom ontheof houses 372109 of brick and 263 of frame The population of the Georgetownand CHEERFULNESS There In scarcely an evil In life ponderIngslightillness bythesick On accustomedside of all things will repel the mildew and dampness of care by Its genial sunshine A cheerful heartpaints the world as it sees it like ia minddepicts chameleontakesWhich It resto Cheerfulness keeps InttseltanolrshootJ 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Classical Scientific and DUllness Courses Preparatory De partment Large Swimming Pool Well Equipped I Gymnasium Terms Moderate Dro James Dim+ IiAZARim CLUBS DANCE Lazarre Club has arranged to give a select dance at Utopian Unit rwen tysecond and Garland streets on aiondny evening February 1 The committee arranging for the affair Is made up of L n Meaney M U Fitgibbon J1 McTighe A C Mc Devltt and W B Meaney PROUD OI ORDER During time past year the Catholic Knights of America one of the best of the several good Catholic fra ternal insurance societies In the country has enjoyed success anti prosperity Its assets now figure up 1263000 and every member has reason to be proud of the order TIlE DEAD SEA The Dead Sea is fortyseven miles long and from three to nine miles wide its greatest depth being 1310 feet The surface is about 1300 fet below the Mediterranean The water contains 25 per cent solid matter of which 7 per cent is salt which in nbout five times as much as the ocean contains No living onlmnlx are found in its waters OIL DUST RAG Take the dusting doth iwJien ready to duet and sprinklo nil over with kerosene Then shrike it well so the k ene win eiwp r4ei Now go overall the furniture with the cloth and it hake JpUdutamdk fep it IFOM firing Ofce iuwittur wtU Hmn look as If ft fcad been gone over with art polish e rv 1 All the new Fall and Winter Stylesrand Shapes can be found here at reason r able prices f 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 flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue JeHergonvllle lid CB THOMPSON FLORISTRosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed HEIRY AAIJI1 J1 PJI1A DYER AND CLEANER 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easily cleaned and are made to last The new improvements this year will keep it in the front rank Having made our 1907 contract before the advance in price of all Iron goods we are able to tell at old price GEHER SON W MAlT STET MBAR SBC HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolr g the Past WeekGeneral- Newa Notes Division 1 will ghe the County Board a hearty greeting Tuesday night The County Board will take up the question of the observance of St Patricks day at the next meeting Division 1 of Memphis met Wednesday night Installed officers and made the initial preparations for the celebration of St Patricks day Division 1 meets Tuesday night and ns several questions of impor tance are to be decided the officers urge all the members to attend Division 1 of Jeffersonville meets next Tuesday night when final ac tion will be taken on the celebration of the feast of St Patrick March 17 Owing to Increased business en gagements Lawrence Mackey who Is now a full fledged attorney has been compelled to resign aura Record lIng Secretary of Division 3 Division 3 had a fine attendance at Its meeting last week President Sullivan announced the committees for 1009 which are the same as those of the year just closed Inch enthusiasm was manifested at the meeting of the Minnesota Hi bernian Insurance Fund officers held last week and the belief was ex pressed that with the new rates the order will grow in popularity Wednesday night the Ladles Aux iliary will have much business to transact nnd Miss Rose Sweeney re quests the presence of all the mem bers It has been hinted that there Is n surprise in store for this meet ing Hibernians In the Falls Cities were greatly alarmed when they heard that genial Barney Coll one of the most popular members in the order was stricken nUll hud to be removed to his home in Jeffersonville on Fri day of last week Division 3 of Chicago will hold its St Patricks day reception and ball on February 20 for the reason that It Is the last Saturday before Lent and still more important it is tho anniversary of the birth of the Apostle of Ireland Division 4 still continues to lead In membership but a determined effort will be made by Divisions 1 nnd 3 to acquire this proud position before another years rolls round President Hennessy says he has no fear of the result of n contest Division 2 held its first meeting of the new year last night President Ford and nil the officers being pres cut Plans for an active member ship campaign were outlined nnd it Is the hope of the members to double their number before this time next year All Hibernians are Invited to the meeting of Division 3 next Thursday night which will close with n social session nnd an abundance of refresh ments This division has n reputation for events of this kind nnd those who attend are certain to spend an enjoyable evening President 11 Welsh has called the County Board to meet Tuesday night nt time hall of Division 1 This will be the first meeting of the body this year and the presence of every delegate Is requested In addition to the regular business plans for the celebration of St Patricks day will be discussed It is not thought there will be any change in the re ligious observance from that of re cent years TRINITY COUNCIL Is Arranging For Bazar and Other Interest Ing Events Had weather had no terrors for the members of Trinity Council last Monday night and President James B Kelly complimented them on their nppifcatlonswere nounced that an initiation would be held next Monday night A euchre and dune will be given next Thursday night with Val Lotll Chairman of the Entertainment Committee A meeting of the various commit tees and the ladles who are assisting in getting up the bazar will he held at Trinitys club house tomorrow nftetnocu when final arrangements for this great event will be made prizeshnveest has been aroused over the conS sellingticketsTrinity has arranged for a series of lectures to be given from the present time until after Lent These lectures will be given by the members of the council nnd promise bbe quite interesting CHRISTIAN HOME Subject of Lectures During Retreat of Holy Name Society I The Rov Father M J Foley 01is conducting a retreat at St Louis Uertrands church under the auspices of the Holy Name Society It began Wednesday evening at 730 oclock anti Vwill conclude nt 730 oclock to morjiw evening All of Father Foleys lectures are on the subject of the Christian Home On Thursday Friday nnd Saturday mornings he delivered n brief Instruction after the G oclock mass and will preach again at the 1030 oclock mass tomorrow morning and nt tho final services of the retreat In the evening The attendance on Wednesday night was large and increased each succeeding night Very Rev Father Clarke n P and Rev Father E V FJood O POI are delighted with the attendance Men have come from all parts of theI city to St Louis Bertrands to hear the noted lecturer GENUINE NEGRO MINSTRELS A concert and minstrel show forI the benefit of St Augustines church will be given In the school hall liltWest Broadway on the evenings of Wednesday and Thursday February 17 and 18 As tile congregation is ntadett trktly bepaed Aii t SOCIETY DIRECTORY e A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and b Third Tuesday President Thoipas Keenan Sr Vice President Mark Ryan Lawler FinanciaaSecretary3Thea Dolan Treasurer Charles J Finegan I iScrgeantntArms Andrew Curran I DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentD D McKenna Recording Secretary T J Stone FinnnclalSecretary JnoT Keaney Treasurer Joseph T Lynch SergeantatArms John T Brown Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 ThursdayEreninand Main Streets PresidentPatrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary L J Mackey Financial Secretary J G Hesslon TreasurerDaniel J Dougherty SentinelThomas Noon SergeantatArms Patrick Bcgley DIVISION 4i Meets Second nnd Fourth Mondays Bertram Hall Sixth Street President John II Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial SecretaryWm P Mc Donogh 1212 Sixth street Recording Secretary Jno J Winn Bra11ySentinelMichael t SergeantatArmsJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JKFFERSONVILLK Meets on the First nnd Third Tlies days nt Pfnus Hall KennedyPresident Vice President Robert Gleason Recording Secretary Thos OHern Financial Secretary John G Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Standing Committee Redmond Stanton Martin Fogarty and John Kennedy r z i x MACKIN COUNCIL 203 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Louis J Kleffer First Vice President Thos D Clines Second Vice President Samuel L RobertsonRecording Secretary Thomas F Bachman SecretaryWihinmF Financial Secretary Frank G AdamsTrensmirerDaniel W Weber Marshal Adolnhus Andrlott Inside Sentinel J C F Bartsch Outside SentinelWilliam D An drlott strell show but the white people are expected to come from nil over the performances twentyfive cents each nnd the Rev Father Francis Felton who line been conducting the rehearsals assures his friends that OL kA treat is in store for all whoneThc con gregation has itri Q1vii orchestra and brass bnndns well as many vocal soloists anti an excellent chorus iMAOAULEVS THEATER Polly of the Circus will be the attraction nt Macaulcvs Theater all of next week Edith Tallaferro will be the star The usual matinees will be given on Wednesday and Saturday HOPKINS THEATER hopkinsTheatertrated songs have been a source of unalloyed delight to patrons of that popular play house during the pres ent week As usual the majority of the films showed scenes of a humor promises for the coming week- MASONIC TIIEATEIt Gus Edwards musical comedy School Days which began its career in New York City nt the open Janet Priest at Masonic Theater Ing of the season will play a return Theaternextthe smallest pony ballet ever pre sented The usual bargain matinees will bo given Monday Wednesday and Saturday CECILIAN DRAMATIC CLUB The Ceclllan Dramatic Club vI- IIt1eaeuchreandentedalnment at Mackin Councils Ball on the evening of February 8 An interesting pro+ peaowe ill pI tafaadL IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges fever In Kerry three deaths have been reported nnd fifteen cases rr main in hospital EmyvaleCountyMcKenna of Moy for Clerk of the petty sessions At a meeting of the Joint Commit tee of Management of the Meath County Infirmary Father Poland was unanimously elected Chairman James Browne aged about eighty years nnd a familiar figure In Newcastle County Down was found dead In bed at his home on n slope of Mourne While on his way to Armagh Will lam Fleming a prosperous farmer of Corjtley slipped and fractured Its skull and death was almost instantaneous Her Father Hlggins of Bruree County Limerick has been transferred to Newcastle West and Rev Pother Murphy of Fedamore takes up amity in Bruree Mrs Mary ODonnell of Drumore County Donegal nged 104 and famous in the art of stocking making has applied for old age pension Following an outbreak of ttyphoid The Downpatrlck Rural District Council has agreed to a guarantee of 180000 for thin proposed railway from New tow nards to Portaferry in the divisions of Ardkeen Portnfcrry nnd Quinton An aged farmer named Martin Carroll awhile watching the sickbed of his wife at Tomoan near Castle plunket in the Cnstlcrea district suddenly died His wife passed away a short time afterward Westport Guardians at which John Walsh presided unanimously elected Dr James Walsh son of the Chairman ns medical officer of Westport dispensary district for which there was no other candidate The sudden death of Stephen Fogarty draper and farmer Temple more is much regretted He had come up to Dublin on business was taken ill on a tram car and died be fore reaching the nearest hospital A sentence of three months imprisonment was imposed nt the Macroom petty lesions on Patrick Henly and six months on Florence Healy who were charged with as saulting Constable Cahill and notice of appeal was given A cross casa was dismissed A popular figure has passed away in Monaghan in the person of Samuel Mitchell Cleric of time Monaghan Union and District Council lie was appointed Clerk ten years ago and being a man of liberal disposition was held in much esteem by all classes of the people The Carlow Urban Council has unanimously passed n resolution against the proposed railway front Kilkenny to Athy as being disas trous to the interests of Carlow The Sllevemargy Rural Council has taken up n neutral attitude on the question until it be satisfied that no guar antee Is to be demanded from the ratepayers SEVERE INJURIES President of Local I T U Run Down by Street- Car W H Stanley President of Typo graphical Union No 10 and one of printersInjured by being hit bya street car that his death may ensue The ned dent occurred Tuesday morning when Mr Stanley was en route to the office of the Louisville Times proofrenderSixthem punctured his lung TIc is advanceagetwo sons Drs Matt and Sam Stanley are distressed over their fathers condition Mr Stanley is now serving his third term ns President of the local Typographical Union and has been with the CourierJournal and Times for thirty years Every union printer in Louisville and many scat tered abroad are sorry that Mr Stanley has met with such a serious accident and nil hope for his speedy recovery REJOICED o When St Josephs Orphan Society Celebrated Its Anniversary The annual meeting of Sf Josephs German Catholic Orphans Society was l1e1l1at the orphan asylum Crescent urn last Sunday afternoon Thevfollowlng officers were yenrPresidentPresident II II Frenke Recording Secretary William SL Block Finan cial Secretary Edward O 11111 Treasurer Frank P Senn The re ports of officers showed that the organization was financially sound and the orphans well kept It was the sixtysixth annual meet Ing of the society and the members were proud of the record made by the society and congratulated time re tiring officers President John Kup per Vice President Joseph Hubbuch and Treasurer Henry Michael on the splendid showing made by the society luring the past year There Were 143 orphans in the asylum on Jnnuary 1 and since then nine more have been taken in- CHURCH EUCHRE Lovers of euchre will be given an opportunity to display their skill at Pflster8 Hall TwentJctifthaJllII Market streets ori Wednesday and Thursday February 17 and 18 when prominent ladles arid gentlemen of the West End will give a grand contest for the benefit of St Columbas church The games will be called at 230 and 830 oclock and In addition there will be refreshments and An axeelknt supper Many handsome r red Valuable priiet will beawa jed u For Your Furniture Wants- II WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are largest my prices low est and my terms the best JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street SHOES SHOES BUY IMIEHMC NOW We have now inaugurated our great midwinter sale of Mens Womens Boys and Girls Shoes at prices 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