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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ft KENThC y IHAMfRIkN I VOLUME XXIINO 4 LOUISVILLE SAT Y JANUARY 2a 1909 PRICE FIVE CENTS f I L HONOR hAd I Annual Meeting of American Irish Historical Society atI Washington Sons of Erin Who have Yelp Make This Countrys History f John J Slattcry of This City Vice President For Kentucky VISIT TO RESIDENT ROOSEVELT I femueib Of tit tme7rfnan 7Irlsn Historical Society field their annual meeting In Washington D C on Saturday of last week and the affair was in the nature of a triple func tIona visit to the White House in the forenoon the election of officers at a business meeting in the after noon and ft bonouet at the Raleigh Hotel in the evening New York Boston Philadelphia and Chicago were partlcularly well represented In the ratherlng but everysection of the United States sent one or more representative sons President Roosevelt is a member and the members and their wives headed by Dr Francis J Quinlan of New York President General of the society were presented to the nations Chief Executive in the Blue room In presenting the delegates to Mr Roosevelt President Francis J Quinlan said It Is needless to say that we are now the guests of President Roosevelt The President addressed the society ns follows I am happy to say fellow members that I am glad of the opportunity to welcome you to the White House I nm also glad that you have had the wisdom to bring with you your bet ter halves for though the average American is a good fellow his wife is a better fellow still Your society Iis doing a great work It is correcting the false notion that the American Revolution was fought by any one race and that this continent was settled by any one race As a mutter of fact long before the Revolution this country was the meeting place of practically every race of Northern and Southern Europe So that when the Revolution broke out we find the strongest representation of the Irish race In the Revolutionary armies They played nn important and conspicuous part in that great struggle LA calultthattheraces who are being fused on this continent Into a new race known ns the American people should care rcspecthe to the grand result I myself am proud to say I have an infusion of Irish blood and doubtless this ac counts for the troubles with which I have found myself confronted at mVdispositionto let the other fellow know I was in it I thank you ladles and gentle men for coming here When half the line had passed liy the President Mr Roosevelt recog nized an old friend whose hand he shook heartily The line was kept waitingsome time while he con versed with former Police Commis stoner Murray of New York with whom the President served while himself a Police Commissioner of the metropolisAt meeting held in the after noon the following national officers OengralFranetsCityViceBarry Chicago Secretary General Thomas Zanslaur Lee Providence Treasurer General Michael F Doo ley Providence and Librarian and NewYorkF Brennan Peterborough N IIb John J Slattery of Louisville was KentuckyDtrToddDonlgan Iron Company and Is one of the best read men In Louisville Ills private library is not ex celled by any in the city The honor bestowed by the national society could not be conferred on a worthier or more representative IrishAmeri canAt the banquet in the evening the tables were appropriately decorated with American and Irish colors and the guests sang In chorus The t Wearing of the Green Kathleen StarSpangledand Harrlgan Among those at the speakers table were William Sulzer Representative of New York Senators Thomas II Carter of Montana and R J Gamble of South Dakota John D Crimmins of New York Edward D White Justice of UnitedStatesthe Supreme Court of the State of New York Michael T Maloney for mer Attorney General of Illinois Humphrey OSnlllvan of New York Rear Admiral John McGowan former soeletyLawrenceGeneral and others WIlY NOT CARROLL MemphisIsUnited States Senator from Ten r nessee It says In announcing Hon William H Carroll No doubt the present disturbance In Democratic a Ihveif Is caused by many politicians who want to succeed Senator James Iii Frazier Conditions as they now exist have entirely eliminated Oar Patterson as a possibility Now who then should the liberal element clioow with hopes pf election The Pin forthe n xt SwatorehiB iis be hlp1aTf aodi rolf1a you t n want the man from Memphis who is iso prominent in the Cooper trial In Nashville If you do not why Car roll Is the man The game for Senator is now being played between t vo I descendants of the Irish We prefer the true Irish to the Norman French JOAN OF ARC None of the Heroines of History Outshine Her The interesting statement is made says the Syracuse Herald editor that in April next Joan of Arc will be canonized by the Catholic church If the report is verified a strikingly romantic figure will enter the corn munlon of Catholic saints She will also have the distinction of being one of the most celebrated of the glurificaHon to collect a good sized libraryof books devoted excjyfclveljI totbe frrldvOrl anSo14iL+3hergreut est of writers dramatists aV well as biographers and historians have made her their themes She is the subject of a noble play by Schiller Strange to relate one of the finest studies of her character and Drill ing career was written by the most famous of American humorists Mark Twain And It was a thoughtful l reverent and highly appreciative study too though illumined here and there in the incidental portions of the narrative with fjashes of his llshhistorianleans was the one pure figure that rises out of the greed the lust the selfishness and unbelief of the time is doubtless the predominant iudg ncnt of posterity regarding Joan There have been detractors of her memory lift they have not marred the radiant picture She has cone down to us to the schoolboy as well as the closest student as a haloed personification of womanly courage and selfsacrifice of piety and patri otic devotion These qualities may wisely be idealized and sanctified by any Christian denomination None of the heroines of history outshine her To her God and her country she was faithful unto death and what more could be said in the way of eulogy TRINITY COUNCIL Ready for Opening of Its New and Handsome Home There was a splendid attendance at Trinity Council Monday night in4thedfialrwas Initiated and three applications were received The committee ar ranging for the formal opening of the new club house and the bazaar to be given February 1 to C reported splendid progress The committee together with the ladles who are as meetingtomorrow President Kelly and his colleagues are pleased with the way the com mittee has arranged maters and predict that the bazaar will be an unqualified success After the routine matters had been disposed of Dr Ben J Lammers a veteran member of the council delivered a lecture on Smallpox and Vaccina tion lie handled his subject admirably and the lecture was greatly enjoyed1 It was the first of a series of lectures to be given by members of Trinity DR SULLIVANS REMOVAL Dr J F Sullivan the well known dentist will remove from 739 Fourth avenue to more commodious quarters In the Equitable Building and on anti after February 1 will be found In room 514 Dr Sullivan has enjpyed a lucrative practice ever since he took his degree as a doctor of dental surgery but his patronage has grown to such proportions as made larger quarters absolutely necessary BONUS FOR BABIES Time Nantes municipality has hit upon a novel Idea for the repopula tion of France In view ot the declin salsIiBided to allow all municipal employes whose salary Is not more than 400 a year an annual gratuity of 10 for pitch of their children Those who will benefit by the municipal fiber allty ore the firemen police and octroi officials As they have among them 450 children the town will Me yearformeat to marriage the municipality also will give 80 to any employe of thed8crlptiQnnamedwho will en gage Jii matrimony x C- tl U rVENERABLE Bishop McQuald Called to Ills Eternal itcstr After Long Illness Father of Catholic Education Had Done Great Things in Rochester Was Thorough Systematic and Painstaking Iii Training Priests SEMINARY IS HiS MONUMENT T McIhcQimld Bishop of Rochester N Y tiled in that city on Monday after alt Illness that had continued through several months and his death had been expected for several weeks His robust constitution and great will power caused the struggle for life to bo prolonged And yet Bishop Me Quaul was resigned to die Ho had the consciousness of duty well done and felt the prayers of his people would follow him beyond the grave From an educational standpoint the ciocesa of Ro heser Ii b level tibe the best equipped in the United StatesBishop McQuaid was born in the city of New York on December 15 1823 and was consequently in his eightysixth year nt the time of his death Ills parents were devout Irish Catholics and the boy Bernard grew up in an atmosphere of piety At an early age he felt called upon to devote his life to the priesthood lIe was ordained by Bishop Hughes afterward Archbishop of New York on January 10 1848 the young priest first served as an assistant to a parish priest In Newark N J Later he was made rector of the Newark Cathedral and Vicar General of that diocese As a priest lIe had one hobby Catholic educationand- his first care on taking charge of a diocese was to erect a parochial school As Vicar General of Newark he was one of the founders of Seton lInn College The new diocese of Rochester was created in 1868 and the Right Rev Bernard J McQuaid was consecrated Its first Bishop on July 12 of the same year As Bishop he laid down one inviolable rule after the church must come the parish school When he found churches and schools pros rdttghtshex thare rllito u Wlnel lfJHti1E t4n1t1 his own direction The first step was to found a preparatory seminar St Andrews This was done in 1878 Fifteen years later he founded the now world famed St Bernards Septemher ished from its origin It is considered the crowning work of Rochesters first and illustrious Bishop In 1001 the faculty of conferring degrees in philosophy and theology was conferred on the seminary by Papal brief So great has been the fame of the seminary and Its preparatory branch that every available nick is occupied by students and nearly every Bishop ladtothe Father of Catholic Education Bishop McQuaid When Cardinal Logue Primate of springhethe venerable Bishop of Rochester null both before he left the United States and after he reached Ireland he spoke often in praise of all he saw InBishopMcQualdsdloccse There are ninetyone churches with resident priests in the diocese and thirtysix mission churches with a total of 154 priests There are 155 young men In the seminary and eighty In the preparatory seminary studying for the priesthood Attending the parochial schools are 20000 pupils Tho Cath olle population of the diocese is more than 115000 Owing to his advanced ago and in creasing infirmities Bishop Mc Quaid was given a Coadjutor Areh Rlghtnevwas consecrated May 24 1905 SWEET CHARITY Is Aim and Object of Work 1 ors For St Anthonys Hospital The men of the various Catholic congregations in this city and county assembled in large numbers at St Anthonys Hospital Barrett and WIck liffe avenues last Sunday afternoon to arrange for tho annual euchre for the benefit of the hospital The af fair will be held at Phoenix Hilt nan on the afternoons and evenings of next Wednesday and Thursday vYIl Indications point the way to the lars givenInbeen made to accommodate 4000 peo = ple at each feature of the event A delightful musical programme is be ing arranged for each afternoon and evening The officers of the General Committee on Arrangements have organ Ized by electing Frank A Oeher Director Generalr William Klapheke Chairman and Harry R Swann Jr Secretary Among the gentlemen who are assisting in the work apportioned to the various com mittees are Harry IJi Rjehlmann Charles Smith iTCeriry Meyer Charles WeUerih rger H J Michael Jiv F 1tlbbucJiobIWaechter Boland Joseph J Maas Henry Step lenhorst George J Ecker Frank Po 7- t r luau iinrttii Kolb Geol IL Spring man Joseph J Scheiic George Sehium Vonderbwk John J- iii Berne Victor and Louis Ie er James phekcMiLammersJohnAndrew Schuler Andrv Zehnderl lIenry1tlIehueldrew Kieffer SebastianTs IIj5IIukenbeckAmos AckermanCharles4 Stnueble Henry Bloemcr George Xollros Den J Sand Charles q Pfeffer William IueffApajorGcri Michael Reichert Mnttjlew Posch Inger C A Wellendorf 1T J Anger meter John Bott Jolui Tobe and Henry Bloemor j II Tomorrow afternoon thevarious committees will meet th sjmllar committees from the laiI les prganl zatlon and final arraji foments for the euchre will be madjp All ofthe preliminary meetings arj being held in St Anthonys HospIfiJK OLAUGUifiN lISiof Assistantajaretary of Stag lion Ellbu Root line J1eleqpi to the United States innate Jefn New York and will tettl iron the office of Secretary of at an early date probnblyt late the week He will be for the brief period between mMand March 4 or until Mr Taft liwioiinces his new Cabinet by lIon Robert Bacon StateMrby II tjohn C oUlghJln of Wasb ngton D C WjUihIngtonattending tho Catholic jfachoola in that city he gradunte l from Vlllji nova College a celebrate Catholic college near Philadelphia He has made a deep study of djplpmatic af fairs in the past fifteenJ years and is very thoroughly conversant with American diplomatic ap commercial questions He has sojou ned in Lon don Paris Berlin nllllSt Peters burg and has visited other countries For ten years he was at roving correspondent for thelNew Yqrk Herald and later visited Yeneuela I for the Associated Pre II and also covered the Alaskan bjouhtlury die pute and final set tleinent for mnjja zines and newspapers lie is a thor ough student and liis friends ore sorry that his tenur U office as Assistant Secretary of State will bo so brief but predict that he will be heard from ngnin- RECENT DEATHS TaKStirs Daniel W Whfisar formerly Miss Lula Wiseman tli 11ntI the fan 11 p iM n dny evening and her funeral took place from St Philip Neris church on Wednesday morning iMr and Mrs Frank J Koertner frlef1dsIntJJelrinfantat the family residence 1003 Maple street Monday night The little fellow was scarcely eleven months old but had grown very dear to his parents The funeral took place from St Peters church Wednesday afternoon The funeral of Mrs Elizabeth Logan who died Thursday of last week took place from the residence of her brotlierinlaw Joseph Ram ser 115 Barbce street at 830 oclock Saturday morning The remains were taken to St Louts Bertrands church where the requiem mass was I marriageMrskey and was one of the most popular girls in the East 1laud Her husband Frank Logan and two sisters Mrs Mary Kelly and Mrs Joseph Ramer survive her Patrick Connolly for more than emPloyI Railroad Company was hurled from morningIsisFranklin street Friday morning after a brief illness The deceased had been a member of St Johns parish for more than forty years and a member of the SL Vincent do Paul Society He is survived by his wife and four children Joseph sConnellyXonoknew him than did Patrick ConnellyI The life of a young man with bright prospects clpsed on Friday of last week with the death of Edward B Morgan who yielded to the grim conqueror after a long illness Ills death occurred at the home of his brother Charles A Morgan 030 East Ormsby avenue Two sisters Miss Elizabeth B Morgan and Mrs L K Jenkins also survive The deceased was in his twentyfifth year and for almost eleven years had held a responsible clerkship with the Ron tucky Refining Company The funeral took placo from St Mary Magdalen church morning and was at tended by many friends of the dead man and hula bereaved relatives ABBOT GOES ABROAD The Right Rev Edmund M Obrecht Abbot of Gethsemanc has been directed by his superiors to nepecttheFather Obrecht will sail from New York about February 14 He will go first to the mother house of hilt order In France From there he will goto Jerusalem Not long ago Father Ojbrecht returned from South Africa where he spent eighteen months inspecting the various abbeys In that far away land Upon his return to the United States how l sent to Inspect the new monastery In Oregon The Abbot expects to be gone about six months on his1 air preaching tr- ipiiiiilIiliiIii J PRAIS For Birrclls Bill Conies From Statesmen till Brilliant Writers c Declare It Is a Great Measure and Ought to Beat Once Approved Criticizes OBrien and llcnly For the Opposition They Manifest BENEFITS OF OLD AGE PENSIONS llirrells bill is attacked by tho landlords and by friends of lion grentrmcll1lreOConnor in his latest letter to the Chicago Tribune It proposes he says compulsion for the first time It relieves the Irish ratepayers from a gigantic liability imposed on the byWtenant botter terms of sale and it jgives the first real hope and the peopleInWest The last alone would make the bill a message of hope for this the worst part of the Irish land problem has hitherto remained untouched Parliament will meet again on February 10 but the great Irish National convention will deliberate a week earlier On this subject Mr OConnor writes The convention from all parts of Ireland will donate loJustbeforehave no doubt that the country will Instruct the Irish party to accept the bill with modification William OBrien has written a letter which is meant to suggest that he will at tend If the constitution of the convention be fair but lie will find I have little doubt some reason to de clare that the convention is not fair and will not appear It is a pity if he does not I have little doubt that in any fairly convened meeting in Ireland where Intelligence was represented he would get n severe note of disapproval not merely for his whole land policy limit for the campaign lie has been carrying on for several years now against the ex professes 0n th sam lWilllj t Ir 0 m iiifjt tpi1I 1ettJtoJrewont the creation of bogus branches In the Interest of factional dissen tions The only branches to be rec ognized are those which existed when the convention was announced Two pronouncements have been node against the bill in the Ilast week Tim Healy adopts 0Urien view that the bill will stop the land purchase Everybody knows that Mealy is bound to OBrien as with out the lattcrs assistance he would not have been alloyed to reenter the Irish narty Healys voice no longer commands much Influence in Ireland John Fltzgibbnn one of the most daring rebels against landlord Ism in thin West of Ireland who went to jail scores of times and or ganized the first cattle drive ns boldly defends RlrrcllR bill as bring ing great benefits to Ireland Fitz powlrtulInConnaughtAfter the great success of the old age pension hilt tin writer says In Ireland of course the old ago pension will play a larger and more bpneflclent part than in an countryThereand the need are more numerous proportionately thnn In any part of the country and thin number of applicants arc far in ex ease of expectation So much the more good will the pensions do especially In the poorest parts of the country where the poor have hith erto led lives of Impossible want and hopelessness In the County Mayo for Instance which has been a byword Jon pO arty among Irishmen themselves for centuries thousands of the poor will be comfortable from this time for ward Five shillihtrs n week and ten shillings as It will he where there are man and wire will mean a com petence and even prosperity Up to time last moment the old people in Ireland did not expect to get their pensions it being a new experience passeclbyTagishPIONEERS PASSING Charles V Freville Was Long a Resident of Louisville Charles Villfrance Freville who had lived in Louisville Blxtyfour of the eightyfour years of his life n Catholic who survived the horrors of Bloody Monday but who never for got them passed his spirit into eternity on Tuesday morning Mr Freville was born In France In 1824 and when twenty years old came to dayshisbythegaged In building and repairing inn werefewLouisville the Dand Mr Treville was QnfadlsQnyearsLateravenue Parkland where he died Four sons and five daiijhters sir J q l i t5 4d+ y vivo him They are Albert S Freville Vice President of the National CompanyCharles I DlrsFrankotIoulsl1Ieand three greatgrandchildren also survive The funeral took place from St Johns church Thursday morning MACKINS MEETING Was Pull of Business and Members Were Quite- enthusiastic splendidbusiness glellastwere enthusiastic and took holt of all work proposed with great good organIzed man and will meet regularly each monthIt dcternliricd to give a series of three cuchrps before Lent and the following committee was named to arrange for the euchres William Kerberg Lawrence Kinsella B J Walker Pntrick T Sullivan and Presinent Louis J Kleffer Dr Michael Casper delivered an excellent address on a timely topic and his re applaudedAl Hum mel Leo Hoertcr Andy Schloegel and Charles S Peak all of whom have been on the sick list were reported as Improving Attorney Austin E Walsh delivered an excellent address on the Sacraments President subjecttoChristian doctrine next week would be the Commandments of the Church Next Tuesday night Presi dent Kleffer wll deliver an address on Father Damlen and the Hawaiian Islands Secretary William F Burke will be the lecturer for Febsu ary but his subject has not been an nounced GENEROSITY Of Hibernians Praised by State and County Officers President Con J Ford congratulat ed the members of Division 2 A O II Friday night of last week on ac tonnt of the large attendance Seated on either side tIf Mr ford were State President George J Butler and County President P 1 Welsh Two candidates were elected and one of them William Grauoy was Initiated President Ford made one of his characteristic addresses IflfaMFriiijKcrt lltlpuiMti ctin ttJSPfPGiKSt CamfleldSrordered drawn The salaries of officers wore or dered paid and nil claims against the division were promptly met Patrick Cronin was reported on the sick list It was decided to read a chapter of Irish history at every future meet ing of the division State President Butler and County President Welsh made strong appeals for time Italian earthquake sufferers President Ford indorsed the sentiments ex pressed and the division made a generous donation which will be for warded through the proper channels The visiting officers complimented the livlsloiuon its generosity Before the meeting closed County President Welsh presented the division with a handsome copy of the history of Ire land CLINKS MADE TELLER Thomas D Clines one of the most popular young IrishAmericans in Louisville lies been promoted fo the position of Toiler In the Commercial Bank and Trust Company During the past year he was Receiving Clerk in the same institution and so well did he acquit himself that the offi calsof the company decided to pro mote him to the more important posi tion Mr Cllnes Is a graduate of St Xavlers College and soon after entered the service of the First National iBank Year after year he moved up until he became one of the bookkeepers of that instituion His ability activity and strict attention to duty were recognized by the lead ing financiers of Louisville and when the Commercial Dank and Trust Com pany secured his services a year ago his friends predicted his speedy promotion Friends of Mr Clines who is not yet thirty years old hall his latest promotion with delight ENTERS URSULINE ORDER Miss Gertrude de Wqlffers for SOY orall years a Sister of the Protestant Episcopal order of St Mary at Peeks kill Ni YanrJ who was recently re= iellved into the Catholicchurch is now a p tulant at the Ursullne con vent In New YprkCltytI D 0 WHOLE NATION Will Unite to Honor Memory ot One ot Kentuckys Great est Sons Lincolns Centenary Will Bring Noted Men to Bluegrass v State Nelson County Ladys Hitherto Unpublished Story ot the Ilallsplittcr TRIBUTE TO MARTYR PRESIDENT On Friday February 12 the entire nation will unite in honoring the memory of Abraham Lincoln the first of our martyred Presidents who was born near what is now Hod agoTheLincoln farm and proposes to turn It into n national park nnmlon this coming FeBruary 12 the cornerstone of the new Lincoln Memorial Hall is to be laid President Roosevelt Car dinal Gibbons and the Governors of many States have signified their In tendon of visiting Kentucky to attend the exercises President Lincolns comment on Kentuckys neutrality during the civil war was as terse as many others of his bon mots writes Mrs Julia Barry Healy for the Kentucky Irish American My husband the late Dr John Healy of New Haven was as fond of a joke whether on himself or another as was President Lincoln and the following recital of the War Presidents comment has never Ve publishedDr a resident of Marion in l1801 when Ken tacky decide to hold a convention to decide what position it should take on the war I do not recall the date but the convention was held in Louis vole Dr Healy was a delegate and was one of those chosen to visit Washington and announce to Presi dent Lincoln the good news that Kentucky had declared its neutrality soughtSeeretarytheir mission Mr Stanton at once nnnounced the matter to his chief Instantly the President became pale and agitated Then in broken toifts he exclaimed Good heavens Stanton My native State has made her self a target for both sides to shout at1 w- d o uIf N rie D ItiOI I ish withdrew from thonational capital crestfallen but in years can look upon that humiliation- as n joke on myself Dr Healy was born within sight of ClanrickatIreland In his early teens he emi grated to America to better his fqr tunes Later he was followed by his younger brother now Dr Tames Ilealy a prominent physician and capitalist of San Francisco The Healy boys were well versed In Latin gootImowledgedelphla they made the acquaintance of Dr John Polin an eminent pity sician of Springfield Ky and a native cf Ireland like themselves Dr Polin persuaded the young immi grants to come to Kentucky and study medicine This they did and Springfieldi was there that the marriage certificate of Lincolns parents was funnel after having been pigeon holed so many years One writer spoke of Abraham Lin coIn thus How many compare with him Like the highest peaks he lis yethecratic of men a lover of his kind spentfirstHe excelled in both relations Ills rise from the flatboat to tho White Hojise from obscurity to the sum nit of a worlds desire changed him uprightIndependlntA nobleman in heart was he nobilityHisI WhyShouldProud Bancroft said that he did not know what ostentation was was no respecter of persons With In finite jest upon his IIpsf he was nt heart a man of saddest earnestness True and tender in his family and social relations he bound all to 1 him with hooks of of steel It was Impossible to be angry with him or resist him So much for the mn Abraham Lincoln what of the Fresh partybut r If the true test of success lies in the fulfillment of duty as Cardinal Gibbons declares who In ancient or modern times surpasses Lincoln Ambitious he undoubtedly was hilt not with the ambition of a Caesar a Cromwell or a Napoleon Ills was to save and servenot destroy pr k usurpthe State The higher the duty the greater the measure of sue cess In its performance Abraham hlJrlestduhfree a race to save a State and pre serve liberty He lished his triple task and stepped from the highest rung of the ladder of Fame to the sky + Never to the mansions where till ISInceI nobler guestnrmil PROGRESS TN BUILDING J It is quite probable that five paw churches will be completed In Brook lyn In 1009 a falling off from last c year Five large parochial schools will alai be erected as well as several small onesC ti S KENTUCKY IRISH AMEIZYOAl S KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGM Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancemement Irish Americans ad CathoPcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Entered it the Loulivllle Pottofflce II Second Ctess Hotter Address all Commnnlcatloni to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Oreea St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JANUARY 23 1909 HELP THE STIUCKEN I The tight Rev Bishop McCloskey has ordered a collection to be taken up at the masses In all the churches of the diocese tomorrow for the re lief of the Italian earthquake sufferers Although many of our Catholic people have already contributed either privately or through their respective societies there Is no doubt that the response to the Bishops appeal will be generous The daily paners have announced that Louisville has contributed 0000 to the relief fund lint this does not in elude sums forwarded through eccle siastical channels by the Hibernians Knights of Columbus and other socie ties of Catholics rIGE SOUND REASONS Gov Patterson of Tennessee in vetoing the Statewide prohibition bill summed the whole subject In a nutshell lie knows by experience what has happened in other States and he foresees what will happen in Tennessee if the bill Is enacted Gov Patterson charges that such legisla tion Is against the Democratic platform and the doctrine of self government that it sets aside tho recorded will of the people that experience has taught that no arbitrary prohibition law was ever obeyed and Its enactment brings no settlement of the question that it destroys property reduces State revenues Increases taxation takes money from the people to send it slsewhere foments discord Impairs the dignity of the Commonwealth fosters hypocrisy and invites evasion and deceit in the people CATHOLIC EQUALITY few Charles Uncles discussing the race problem makes some strong aid convincing statements and pays just tribute to the Catholic church The only Christian negroes he declares who have been successful in freeing themselves and maintaining their position as free men were the Cath olic negroes of Haytl In all countries where the Catholic church has had commanding influence the colored races are not contemned or despised and this is seen every day in every one of the republics of Central and t South America where the church though far from unhampered has secured for the Indian and negro the free exercise of the same rights and privileges that other citizens enjoy Wherever the Catholic church has a commanding influence all men are treated as men and brethren before her altars all men are equal Wher a aever men are discriminated against because of race or color It is because the teaching of the Catholic church hafc been set aside The church is the grandest brotherhood of all The sentiment and belief of Catholios we find admirably expressed by these words of the great Archbishop of St Paul If prejudice is still for a season to linger on earth there is one place where it must be unknown circleiof the Catholic church The solemn dogma of the church is the equality of all men before their God To make the foregoing known to all men would be a great missionary work and would hasten the era of peace and good will- 11ELIOIOUS PREJUDICE Dr Charles W Eliot of Harvard one of the most eminent educators In the United States deliversd an address before the New York Public Education Association last Saturday night and In his remarks took occa sion to show that difference in religion was no bar to united action in American politics Amongother t things Dr Eliot said Take Boston old Puritan Boston which has now become a Catholic city The Catholics are made of three races the Italian Irish and the French Canadian and they con stitute a majority of the voting population And yet in this Catholic city the school committee elected at largo is composed of two Catholics two Protestants and one Jew Who shall say then that religious differences will prevent harmonious cooperation of great bodies of electors ti ln choosing at large members of a School Board And this is no peculiarity of that old New England city What sort of man tsit that has been elected to the Presidency A TJnltarJan Protestant Two Evan gelical denominations in the West sought toe prevent his election a 11 because of his religion but they failed completely in the attempt Jwt there an ladlcation here that religious ppinlons or membership ih any raMgieiw organization HO JBattei- Mw saail la sot going to talHli to Y I the way of a mans election to office by popular vote The Unitarian denomination is a small one and only a few years ago it was hardly considered Christian but millions of voters cast their ballots for a candidate of this denomination let us take heart and be assured tliat we can overcome religious prejudice at popular elections particularly where the interests of schools are at stake JMVOUCE The learned editor of the Catholic Citizen of Rochester N Y makes the following timely comment on the divorce evil- Catholics used to be the only people who concerned themselves about divorce but now every one sec that un less something is done to cement the marriage bond the whole country Is going to pieces And they ire looking to the Catholic church for help Tune State is beginning to see that restrictions are necessary and is coming nearer to the Catholic way The State is beginning to see that the foundations of society arc being undermined by the sapping asunder of the bonds that bind men and women together and it welcomes any power that can cement these bonds And the Catholic view of marriage is the only solution of the divorce problem for if marriage is not a sacrament which it is sacrilege to touch it is mt mere contract which can be severed at any time Tune trouble with so many marriages Is that men and women are selfish and do not want to accept the responsibilities of married life DECAY OF PKOTESTAXTISM The World and Way an organ of the Baptist creed in New York City saysin New York City below Fourteenth street eightyseven churches and missions have perished within the last nineteen years Time problem of downtown missions is one that has not yet been fully solved A like change Iis going on in all our largo cities and this churciies are praying for n nfan who dm show theiu how to plant and maintain the gospel in these slum districts and oinotig these foreign settlements World and Way fails to add that there has been no falling off in tho number of Catholic churches within the territory mentioned Every time a county votes on local option in Indiana the express com panies get ready to handle additional business in securely wrapped pack ages r COUNTY BOAKD Will Assist In Pushing the Study of Irish- History The County Board A O IL met Tuesday night with Division 1 at Falls City Hull County President P J Welsh occupied the chair and and each of the local divisions were properly represented The reports of time various officers showed that the divisions were sound financially A communication was read from James appointedbythe study of Irish history in this city and upon his recommendation it was decided to appoint a committee of three from each of the local divis ions to assist In the work Attorney Thomas Walsh was assigned an im portant position on the degree team and upon his acceptance all vacancies weredpclared filled At the request of President Thomas Keenan Division 1 was granted permission to give an entertain ment in the near future Division 2I was granted permlssidn to give a euchre and dance on the occasion of its last meeting in February An in vitation was extended the County Board and all members of the order to attend the last meeting of Division 3 in February On behalf of Division 4 President John II Hennessy stated that his division had something in store for tie near future and that the nature of the entertainment would please all when announced The County Board voted to endow a bed at St Lawrence Institute President Hennessy of Division 4 announced that all was in readiness for the establishment of a new division in South Louisville County Presi dent Welsh urged that all Hiber nians should observe St Patricks day by receiving holy comunlon on March 14 the Sunday preceding St Patricks day James Barry explained the plans hlstpryinthat he was carrying out the idea of the national convention aid recom mended Nolans the most available and best suited Thee four division Presidents were appointed on a committee with full power to anappropriatetion tbejHlrl Jtr Loli9C9 6969C9G9a ltw i J SOCIETY IIj Albert F Martin has returned from a business trip to Burmlngham Ala Miss Ida Carroll Is the guest of Miss Elizabeth Wathen of Bards townMiss Marcelln Kustes of Highland Park Is visiting relatives and friends at Fulton Ill Miss Anna McGlll left for French Lick Springs Tuesday null expects to remain two weeks Mr Peter Jennings who has been here on a visit to his mother has re turned to 11111 House Miss Misses Sallie and Anna Kenney of Portland will entertain their card club next Wednesday afternoon Miss Jeanette Tracy who wnshero as the guest of Mrs E II Clark has returned to her home at Winchester iMiss Josephine Sullivan of Cres cent Hill has returned to Sacred Heart Academy to resume her studies Miss Wllletta Kaolin has been spending a most enjoyable week at Lebanon as the guest of Miss Mayine CorcoranMrs J Ilines is expected home next week from Dncatur Ala where she has been visiting for the past month Miss Clee Charlton will entertain the Young Ladles Euchre Club at her home 2421 Bank street next Tuesday evening Misses Terese and Clara Sullivan of Grand Rapids Mich are the guests of Mrs Henry Cassin and Miss Margaret Malone Miss Mary Gleason of Jefferson ville arrived home Saturday from St Louis where she hud been tins guest of Mrs Robert Carothers Miss Grace Maloneyone of the most popular young ladies In Lim erick entertained Monday in honor of Charles Fredericks of Huntingburg Ind Mrs Alice Glltnane who has been seriously ill at her home 2035 Port land avenue is much improved and her friends hope she will soon be I able to be out Charles Worthingtoh General Yardmaster for the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company at Decatur Ala spent several days in Louisville this week Miss Katherine Monahan of this city and Mr and Mrs James Scan Ion of Vicksburg Miss but formerly of Louisville have returned from a visit to friends at Carrollton Miss Anna Ollern and Daniel Marra popular young people of Jef fersonville will be married by the Tier Father OConnell at St Augus tines church next Thursday =Her many friends in this city will be glad to learn that there has been a favorable change in the condition of Mrs Alice McGrath who has been quito ill for some tlmo at her homo In Sselbyvllle Miss Margaret Wathen who Is vis itlng her sister Dots Charles K Cooney in Syracuse N Y will con time her stay for some time Miss Wathen is being extensively enter tained during her visit Karl Melcholr is rejoicing over tho advent of a girl baby who arrived at his home 527 East Gray street or Friday of last week The little one was baptized last Sunday and her name is Angela Marie Little Miss Melehoir and her mother are pro gressing favorably Miss Elizabeth Hawkins entertained her Five Hundred Club at her home 1710 West Chestnut street Monday evening Tasteful decorations in pink and green added to the charms of the affair Prizes were won by Mrs Charles Rieger and Miss Ida Raidy A delightful luncheon followed the games Fred E Bacon and bride who was Miss Ophelia Zelmder whose mar riage was solemnized last week at St Frances of Rome rectory by the Rev Father Thomas White will not return from their bridal trip until the last of this month when the happy couple will be at home to their friends in their bungalow In Marion Court Crescent Hill The approaching marriage of Miss Nonle Brown and John Egan popular young people of St Louis Bar trnnds parish has been announced The wedding will be solemnized in February The bride elect is noted for her many charming graces and time fortunate groom is a locomotive inspector for the Louisville Xash vine Railroad Company Harry W Crowley and wife of Chicago have removed to Louisville and expect to make this city their prest Mr Crowley is a brother of Fred Crowley of Chicago well and favor ably known in Louisville and has come to accept a responsible position with the Kentucky Indiana Bridge Company Mr and Mrs Frank Breslin of Twentyseventh and Main streets en tertained at euchre on Friday evening of last week in honor of Mr Bresllns cousin Miss Blanche West of Columbus Ohio who is their guest Prizes were won bylV R McNally anti Clarence Gernert and Misses Mildred Ramsey Eva Raidy and Helen Raiblo Luncheon was served and the parlors were handsomely decorated for tho occasion Misses Minnie and Annabel Mur ray entertained a few friends at euchre at their home on Belaire ave flue Clifton Friday evening of last tJroveideUghtfnlhostessesan guests enjoyed themselves Among those present were Mrs FitzhtiKh and daughter Mrs Southern Misses aDd Carrie MenlameaMarU co n S Wiesen Hoffman Brorlng P Miller Ed Miller Theresa Welsscnbcrger John Lutkemeler Misses Maggie Spieth Mary Habich Pearl Clegg Mrs Mulhall Mrs fickle and daugh ter Miss Clara Biehle Mrs Burns hind children Mrs Haydcn Mrs Sweeney and daughter Ethel MOH dames Jordan Murphy Barrett and Chester Misses Ford Hopkins Aline Zlx Margaret Conroy Agnes Fors lug Jjoiye McCoy Mary teedytlola Heffernan Della OBrien Omega SixI Roseanna McCnnn Rosie Shea Julia Holleran Mamie Holleran Addie Bell Mary Bills Messrs and Mrs dames George Zx Joseph X Kes sock Robert Kessack Leo Edeleu Thomas Halloran Joseph McCloskey Joseph Russell M McCoy Mbssrs JoseTlmBaldezlam Everln and others GOOD ADVICE Given Members of Branch- 25GcK of A by Dr Schuhmann Because a visit from the Rev Dr George W Schubmann was antic pated the attendance at the meeting of Branch 25 C K of A MorJay night was unusually large W T Median the President occupied the chair and dispatched routine busi ness with due celrlty Three nppllcn cations were received and several prospectWhenpastor of St Johns entered the hall he was cniuyniiiHiivuiiv greeted His address was In the nature of a heart toheart talk Il was full of encouragement and good cheer and time speaker dwelt upon the care of time home and family Father Schuh mann was invited to come again and as often as possible Gen Gus Kane made a brief talk for the Uniform Rank In particular and the order as a whole SUDDEN SUMMONS Popular Catholic Manufacturer Tell Victim to Dread Pneumonia Shocked was hardly the word to express the feelings of the people of Louisville when It became known last Tuesday that Joseph McWilliams was at the point of death anti their consternation was even greater when his demise was announced a few hours later The deceased was President of the firm of Joseph McWill iams Co and was one of the lead ing manufacturers of Louisville lie succumbed to an aggravated attack of pneumonia Mr MoWllllams was born in Ire cametowas employed by a large manu facturing firm In Pittsburg for several years and then removed to Louisville In 1800 he opened a busi ness for himself in this city and prospered from the start At time time of his death he ltd the largest plant for manufacturing and equip ping heating and lighting plants south of the Ohio river Mr McWHIiams never married but lived iii aJiandsome residence on Cherokee dme where his sister Miss Anna McWilliams kept house for him Tho folowing brothers and sis ters also survive James McWilliams of Louisville Miss Jane McWilliams who resides iu Ireland John and Michael McWilliam of New Zealand and Miss Margaret McWilliams of St Louis He was a member of the Knights of Columbus the B P O Elks the Louisville Board of Trade and the lEmployers Association He was a man of great charity wet his giving was always without ostenta tion The remains were removed Wednesday to the residence of D F Murphy a distant relative 1110 High avenue where the members of Louis vide Council Knights of Columbus assembled Thursday evening nut prayed for the repose of his soul The funeral took place from time yestedaya vast crowd of Mr McWilliams fov mer business associates members or the Elks and Knights of Columbia JUST SUITS DOYLE An unexpected though deserved honor has come to John A Doyle one of our best known Catholics President Roosevelt has invited him to visit Washington to participate in a national assembly that will discuss the needs of dependent children Mr Doyle is a credit man for Besten Laugen but has spent more than twentyfive years as an active worker In time St Vincent ue Paul Society and Is caring for the Catholic children at the Louisville School of Re form While it may be inconvenient for him to obtain leave of absence Mr Doyle will doubtless take the Presidents request as a demand OUt FOR CORONER Dr J L Whlttenberg formally an nounces his candidacy for the Demo cratic nomination for Coroner of Jef ferson county While still a young practicing teen years He is a graduate of the Kentucky School of Medicine later became a member of its faculty and he Is now a lecturer on toxicology antidotes and poisons In the Univer alwaysbeenhis friend believe his long service to the party should be rewarded Dur ing the past six years Dr Whitten berg has been Superintendent of the Eruptive Hospital DIED AT MUNCIE The remains of Mrs Nannie Holden who died at her home in Muncie Ind on Tuesday were brought to Louisville Wednesday afternoon and reposed at the home of her brotherinlaw Matt J Cassin 2203 Foree avenue until yesterday morning when the funeral took lace from St Georges church Tho deceased is survived by her husband Thomas Holden Superintendent of a glass Works at Muncie her aged mother Mrs Mary Sheehy and one lsterrsMatt J Cassin Mrs Holden was born in Louisville forty three years i ago and was well and favorably known in St Louis here pastelgMuncie I r 1AIICash andBig a Cut Price Sale in- Ladiesi SHOESI at LEVYS 3 Shoes for 198 350 and 4 Shoes for 248 LlstYlesandBizes KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS1 I Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere The foundation for the magnifi cent new home of Denver Council has been practically finished The building itself will be completed about the first of Tune One of the pleasant features of tho installation of officers of Minneapolis Council was the presentation of a handsome silver service to Prof Francis Cleary the retiring Grand KnightThe annual midwinter outing of the Knights of Buffalo and vicinity Sprlnfsduringto Washingtons birthday February 12 to 22- JUght Rev Bishop Donahue was presented with 200 by Wheeling providingCatholicon the occasion of missions to lion Catholics Philadelphia Knights are fitting up St James Hall recently pur chased It will be ready for occu pancy July 1 and will thereafter be the hone of the three West Phila delphia councils retiringGrandpresented with n magnificent fourth degree watch charm In recognition of his faithful service as presiding offi cer during the past two years When tho Knights of Columbus Ohio installed officers and celebrated their tenth anniversary timeysur presentinghhnat St Anns Foundling Asylum Be DlshopbeRtowed Every arrangement has been made I ofI5000 patrons annual charity ball of the New York City Knights at MadNon Square Gar den nest Friday night Time proceeds will be devoted to the hospital bed emplovmottbureau ENJOYED THEMSELVES A brilliant social event of the past II danceIgivenat the Suburban Club The musical programme was under the auspices of Prof George Mpster and during the evening delightful vocal solos were rendered by Miss Catherine Fallahay and Thomas Gilligan Clarence Heuser and Frank neck con tested in the prize waltz but the favor was awarded to Mr Keel The color scheme of red and white prevailed being effectively carried out in the mints and ices and the table was handsomely ornamented with silver candlesticks and red poinsettia followingMisses hay Irene Nicoulln Mary Nicoulin Mary Ellen Cuniff Loralno Pfeffer MaymeSn1lll1nof Morganfield Ky Sarah Welsh Florence Dirking Flora Frey Miss Vettes Mamie Leonard and Mr and Mrs John Riehl and Messrs William MusselmapThomas GeorgQIlalzgraf ShirleyCunlffWilliam Sweeney Clarence Heuser George Master and Patrick White of Baltimore Md- LADIES AUXILIARY The Ladles Auxiliary A 0 H met In regular session Wednesday with a fair attendance Mis Fannie Kennedy the County Pros dent installed tho division officers with Impressive ceremonies Three applications were received and quite a lot of routine business was trans acted At the next meeting a report will be heard from the special committee appointed to confer with the County Board relative to the ap propriate celebration of St Pat ricks day both religiously and socially Reports from the officers show this organization to be in a most flourishing condition and with a treasury that will PARTYS FUTURE POLICY The Nationalist Parliamentary nationalconventlQnIn its futur policy on the Irish land dereluddii 2 se ee e e + 4 6 II MONUMENTS IiIiIi- ii2 In order to make room for the offeri1 T largement of our workshop we Y our extensive STOCK OF FIRST itiiI Ii MULDOON MONUMENT CO II 11t 318320 WEST GREEN STREET Ii + + + 44 eoo e oc- oo0eN V vl N 1909 November Election 1909 Squire John M Adams CANDIDATE FOR County Assessor Subject to Action of Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 DR J I WH1TTENBERQ CANDIDATE FOR CORONERSubject to Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 A T BURGEVINCANDIDATE FOR a JUDGEJEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURTCOMMON PLEAS BRANCH 3rd DIVISION Subject to Action of Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 JOSEPH M HUFFAKER CANDIDATE F- ORCommonwealth AttorneySu- bject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 D H RUSSELLCniicliclcito For SHERIFFSubj- ect to Action of the + Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 F H BURKE a Ocindlclato For Prosecuting Attorney of Police Court- S t l jGtJt to Aotlon of the JDoiiioorcitJo Porty 1900 rrOVElXI3ER ILLrCrIOK 1900 WALTER RATCLIFFE CANDIDATE FOR COUNT5Ti CLERKSub- ject to the Actionof the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 Robert BartholomewCANDIDATE F- ORMAGISTRATEFIFTH lXAGSTERIAL DISTRICT Composed of 1st 2nd and 3rd Wards Subject to Action Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 PRES S RAYCANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ASSESSORSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party 19W1 NOYEMBER ELECTION 1909 FRANK DAeHER 1 1i i CANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATEFifth District First Second ard Third Wards Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party J If mElT HONORED The retail merchants have done themselves proud by electing J L Itiehm as President of their associa tion The election was held at the annual meeting of the association at the Gait House on Monday night Other officers chosen were Ben Straus Vice President Lee Lewis Secretary and C A Taylor Treasurer Mr Rlehm Is the junior mem ber of the firm of Montenegrouiehm and served as Secretary of the Retail Merchants Association during the past year Ho succeeds Henry Streng of the Big Store who made an admirable chief executive PLAJTFOR FUTURE Gen Gus Kane entertained the officers of the Central Committee 0- K of Aand the Entertainment Com mittee of that body at his home on Fourth avenue last Sunday after neRrovedathouJhkfulai1 c to OUOIOELfr Gut Blooms Plantsa- nd Designs at RIGHT PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 644 FOURTH AVENUE Both Phones 223 afternoon plans were discussed for the future of the order in the Falls Cities and it was decided to call a special meeting of the Central Committee for Friday night January 22 and to recommend at that meetingathat the annual celebration of the 1 order in Louisville be held imme diately after Enter f TT- I7SOKY IRISH AMERIdAN t M M M M jftran W Smiths Son i AL SMITH Proprietor- ii i I Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice ili809 W JEFFERSON STREET I TELEPHONE 810 i t t t t t t I I I tit t I t t II H H I I t H H H H J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT OUQHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET +MM+444 + M 4M + M M 4 4 t t HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BAQQETTSSONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East Main Street NbNON4N0 A0N NN Oi4N INN 00 0 + NNNN iJ E TRACY L H STRAUB I BOTH PHONES 363 I TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORSII ICrrlI STREETshort i+ + G4 ++ 4 4+44 tN 00N0 0NM0001NNi9 THOMAS KEENAN f Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 AU nightCeniagea 1225 W MARKET ST If you are hunting for a plastering material that will not delay your building on account of freezing weather call up or write Kentucky Wall Plaster Co 1 INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook and River Louisville Ky Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plas ter Plant Jeffersonvllle Ind Phone 555 HOME PHONE 8772 John M RidgePL- UMBING AND GAS FITTING Jobbing and Sewerage Promptly At tended To Gas Arc Lights Trimmed 618 Overhill Street HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUOR Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND TtUphoni 1948 234 SIXTH STREET HENRY flUNOLDRE- ALER IN Slapll i- AFIR InFancy Griciriit t II- t rTCLASAMPLEP101IN 04d WWklM a SfMdftlty lI 540W WALM M1CTWLEYS Monday and Tuesday Evenings ROGERS BROTHERS IN PANAMA Thursday Friday and Saturday even Ings and Saturday matinee Florence Davis in Under the Greenwo- odTree1OcHOPKINS11 1 0c Where the Crowds Go HighClass Picture Entertainment Continuous from noon until 1030 p m Change of Program Tuesday Thursday and Satur- dayCOLISFUM NOW OPEN SKArINGEvery UNDER ONE MMANAGEMENTFI- RST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO Casino Theater 417 Fourth st StreetPrintColumbia Theater Fourth- 1 Ave Dreamlandd WestdI et We cater especially to Ladies and Children ciias fl Rogers acs BOOK GOu PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city Books Magazines and Religious Articles or 1SVERY DESCRIPTION 434 West Jefferson Street- SCHOOL1CREAGERS J 2ni and Irecklnrldge Stsl Respectfully asks the readers to call and see us Should you desire a BUSINESS EDUCATION we think we can satisfy you In every particu lar School is open all year and students may enroll at any time I Day and Night Sessions Home Phone 8668 IPrincipalICURE FOR CHILBLAINS Chop raw onions fine make poultice and place next to the feet orvprts affaeted at night a JOS BARON PLUMBER HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolr g the Put WeekOeneral- Newa Notes The hall of Division 1 with its new and elegant furnishings presents a handsome appearance The only business transacted at the meeting of Division 1 this week was the allowance of bills and sick bene fitsAt the rate our Ladles Auxiliary began the new year they will double their membership before next Janu aryA fine division of the Ladies Aux iliary has been organized at DeQrnff Minn by the State President Mrs Mary laley Since the death of Ilqn P J 0Coiyior there are but two left who served us National Presidents John T Keating and James E Dolan Members of all the divisions of Minneapolis were treated to a choice programme at the installation of the Ladies Auxiliary last Tuesday even ingTomorrow night in the Typo graphical Temple at Washington D C a large class of candidates will receive the honors of the three de grees A committee has been appointed by the Hibernians of Oswego X Yttowait upon the Board of Education yo urge the teaching of Irish history in the public schools of that cityr The examinations for Ladies Auxiliary competitive scholarships in Trinity College to which they gave 10000 will begin on Monday June 7 and close on the Saturday follow ingFrom the expressions heard at the meetings meld this week the senti ment is general for the observance of StrPatricks tiny March 17 with ft banquet on the order of the one held last year A committee from the Ladies Auxiliary will meet the County Board officers when arrangements will be perfected for a joint observance of the feast of St Patrick patron of the order Both the division and auxiliary at Newport are doing excellent work for the upbuilding of the order County President Shine expects to break all past records during tho presnt year- Division 4 will mOet Monday nigh and it is expected President llennessy will then announce the time and place of the meeting for the purpose of instituting the new South Louis ville division The Ladies Auxllary of St Paul entertained their friends with a complimentary ball last week at which Fiske Ollara who was playing in that city appeared and rendered sev eral selections Since Bishop Monaghan and Chap lain Brady have installed Irish history in their parochial schools in Delaware the priests of other churches are falling into line as quickly as the books can be supplied Owing to the promptness of State President George J Butler and the County Presidents Kentucky Iliber nians were among the first and most liberal donors to the fund for the re lief of the Italian earthquake suffer ers Division 3 of St Louis held its an nual entertainment Wednesday night distributing many prizes In cluding several in gold the first of which was a 10 piece The pro gramme concluded with a dance that many enjoyed What society can equal this Irpc ord1 During the past twenty years the Ancient Order has expended 000000 per annum in donations to church work charitable and educa tional purposes and in sick and fu neral benefits for its members National President Cummings will visit Ireland this spring for the jjtr pose of uniting the two branches of the order In that country If his mission succeeds the union of the order throughout the world into one grand body will speedily follow WILL PRACTICE HERE Edward Mackey who Is vigorously pursuing the study of law at Wash ington is conceded to be one of time most promising of the young attorneys in the national capital In a letter received this week Mr Mackey says Lo expects to open an office in Louisville this summer FORTY HOURS Rev Father Jerome Priesser and his assistants have made every arrangement for a large attendance at all the services during the Forty Hours adoration at St Peters church Seventeenth and Southgate streets The services will begin with a solemn high mass tomorrow morn ing and continue until Tuesday- S BANQUET AT COVINGTON I The CovlngtOH branch of the Cath olic Mutual Benefit Association in D stalled its new officers last week and a banquet at which the ladies as sisted followed B II Thomann was the toastmaster and the principal speakers were Itev Father Otto Hnfner and Judge M T Shine Thu affairs of the branch are in sound financial condition iJ I SAME OLD STORY Landlords Refuse to Sell and Tenants Demand- Rights A cablegram front Dublin under date of Tuesday January 10 says a serious norent campaign has be gun in Tippcrary owing to the re fusal of the landlords of several es tates to sell land to the tenants un der the land purchase act of 1003 The Judges in issuing decrees against thirtysix recalcitrant ten ants said that the landlord was mal ing a mistake in not selling the lands as it would Iinvolve all the old troubles of evictions and martyrdom of tenants The priests and the public generally are supporting ten ants strongly and are raising fund for their defense The struggle promises to be severe This looks much like time beginning of another land war SACRED COLLEGE Probable That Plus X Will Fill Vacancies Next Month Owing to the flIt that no consistory was held last year coupled with the other that the vacancies in the Sacred College are many it Ita said tobe very prolKibJlo the Ppno may create new Cardinals at an early date possibly next month Today the Sacred College is composed of only fiftyfive Cardinals one of whom was created by fins IX thirtynine by Leo XIII and fifteen by the present Pope During the twentyfiveCardinals passing away in 190S Several of the living Cardinals are over eighty badhealthI representatl1cInseven for many years but the recent death of Cardinal Lecot hs reduced the number to three In high church circles there is a general belief that when the consistory is held this country will secure another Cardinal and that a successor will be named for Cardinal Vaughan of England ART WORKS FOR PRIZES The pupils of Miss May Wallace who conducts an art studio at sIn Fifteenth street will give a hand painted china euchre at Xadorffs Hall corner Eighteenth and Ken oenlngPebruaryprizes will be awarded the victors twentyfiveWEDDING BELLS AT NEWPORT MylesMcIntyreNewport Ky will be united in mat Conception James McXorney officiating next Thursday Miss Mabel Hoffman and George Knoppe will be made man and wife at St Stephens church New port on Wednesday and the Rev Father Stephen Schmid will officiate SUPPER AND EUCHRE Everything indicates that the euchre and supper for the benefit of St Columbas church which will be held at Pfisters Hall Twentyfifth and Market streets on the afternoons and evenings of Wednesday and Thursday February 17 and 18 is to be a pronounced success Sup per will be served at popular prices each evening and all who attend arc assured of pleasant entertainment LATER YEAR REGRETS usuallytheents shortsightedness He can earn money so he is taken from school and put to work He doesnt object as a rule He can not be expected to understand the value of the educa tion he Is neglecting He regards it as manly to earn his living and is anxious to associate with and work with men But parents should look a little beyond the present There is no regret in after years more poignant than that of opportunities neglected in youth that would have made life more livable The regret of man that he has not had an education is keen when he realizes that it was within his reach at one time For the everydsuits of children there is no more katisfaetpry jnate rial tltaDdrk blvb wool sergot s I recently added the Air Pump- Department to my PlumbingI Business I will be grateful for any of your pa tronage and am also Agentt for the Carbonic Gas Drums HOME PHONE 5353 COMB East 263a 1010 L BroadwayN- ear Barret Avenue IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Major Madden of Clones will be the High Sheriff for Fermanagh for 1000Samuel jllncsduffMagistracy of County Cavan The late Thomas McCormnck of personalThe Unionist members of the Derry Corporation have decided on nominating Councillor Brewster for the Mayoralty Rev J Thiney and Hev D Mul holland were ordained at St Malachys College in Derry by Most Rev Dr Tohill The people of Ardee are holding meetings and discussing the pur chase of a fire engine n waterworks scheme and telephone communication On the recommendation of The OConor Don the Lord Chancellor has appointed Walter A Jones Strokes town to the Commission of the Peace for County Itoscommon Time death has occurred in Bally 11111111111101 of Alexander McLaughlln who enjoyed a happy married life for seventyfour years his wedding taking place on December 23 1834 He is survived by his wife A large number of occupiers in Donegal have intimated their will ingness to purchase the town property at the terms of twentyfive years purchase suggested by the landlord the Earl of Arran Some cattle that had been seized for nonpayment of law costs and impounded in a yard nt Kinvnra County Galway awaiting sale were policelavothem Fire destroyed the cycle emporium of James Kerr Co English street Armagh causing the entire loss of a large stock The Charlemont Arms Hotel and the confectionery of John Collins adjoining were saved only after hard work by the fire brigade Some sensation was caused in New Ross when It was discovered that a number of antirecruiting circular were posted up They were visible on the bridge and a number of lamp posts and immediately the police discovered them they were torn downA process server named FninUI Cunningham while attempting to serve processes for rent on tenants on the Musgrave estate at Glen Columkllle district County Donegal was set upon by a number of women and boys and the processes taken from him Time hodof a woman aged about thirtyfive years wife of Thomas Lehane cnrdrlver Youghal has keen found washed ashore at Clonard Strand about three miles from the town The body wns scantily dressed and bore the appearance of having been in the water for some daysOne of the most popular el2y men In the West of Ireland has passed away in the person of Bight Ilev Monsignor Loftus archdeacon of Achonry whose death occurred at the parochial house at Ballymote after a prolonged and severe illness Deceased was sixtyseven years old and fortyfive years in the sacred spentInThe most deplorable event of the recent snow storm that visited County Tyrone was the death of Rev Father P Brennan of Cookstown which occasioned profound sorrow aPllearsPatherthe storm while on his way home cyclingthroughcame exhausted and succumbed to the severe strain HONORS BISHOP The Right Rev James McGolrick Bishop of the Duluth diocese was elected President of the Duluth Art Association at a meeting held recently Coming unsolicited and from nonCatholics as well ns Catholics the honor was appreciated by the friends of the worthy Bishop POPE TO EDUCATE ORPHANS Pope Pius X has undertaken to educate 1000 of the children who were orphaned by the earthquake He will also clothe and feed them until they are able to earn their own liv prOfoundlyhis health has perceptibly suffered RETRIBUTION An Associated Press dispatch on Wednesday announced that Ernest Lamar President of the Selma Ala bYthefor violation of the State ProhibItion soltllolderpercentar IfFRANK FEHR o 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Dentist OFFICE 542 FIFTH STREET JOHN S WATSON PLASTERFR Rf pair Work a Specialty Home Phone 163 Cumb Main 1581y OFFICE 223 Fifth Street Give your boys aa education that will pre pare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted bythe Xaverian Brothers Classical Scientific and Business Courses Preparatory Department Large Swimming Pool Well Equipped Gymnasium terms Moderate Bro James Dirt Independent of AH Undertaken KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER1 Wuking and Dressing Ladlee cad Children a Specialty HOME PHONE 1877 rJ c 0 1 f J r All the new Pall and Winter Styles and Shapes can be found here at reason able prices i PRIVATE HOSPITALJ 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 j reasonableMOTHER MARY REGINA i MERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jelferionvllle lad CB THOMPSON f FLORISTRosebuds a Specially Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention rind satisfaction guaranteed r A J1 P U iOYER1 ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone 3683 528 Fink Street WINES LIQUORS CIMRS 1 VALS SALOON L1 I ALLElER Pixol Hot Lunch every morning from 93t r to 1230 oclock 44g W GREI 1Vf j4mt c Q Y 4 mm M ltA I 1- tKEN1UOKY J1JSH AMERIOAN 331 I Saving Sale ITTHE BIG STOREWill Save You 33tf per cent on any purchase made Mens Suits and Overcoats made to sell at 750 go for 500 Mens Suits and Overcoats made to sell at 1250 go for 850 Mens Suits and Overcoats made to sell at 2250 and 20 go for 1500 Hats and Furnishings all go for 33tf per cent Saving 424 West Market SL THE BIG STORE Poirtk Between sad Filth MILTON M MARBLESTONE A CO MUSIC IN THE HOME Is at all times essential and there is no time when it Is ap predated more than in the summer A- JFARJRANDCECILIAN Will supply this music if there is no one In the family PIANO that All one has to do to enjoy their favorite selection I is toinsert a roll of music and pump The expression marks are stamped on the roll showing anyone just exactly how to secure the proper expression Come in and permit us to show you more about the FarrandC- ecilianMONTENEGRORIEHM IJITItIncorporated L MUSIC CO a NONE BETTER The quality purity and freshness of Mul loys Teas and Coffees is the source of their never failing popularity Dont take my word for it phone a trial order SPEOIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR 50C 5cexcellent MUJLLOY COFFEE e ROASTER Home Phon ijij 014 W IVIARJCKT STREICT- O0K8yM 1 DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered olh Phones 2399 OFFICe AND FORGe 713715 SEVENTH STREET I nc mW00K USE THE HOME TELEPHONEU BOTH LONG AND SHORT DISTANCE I J Has the Largest Numbef of Subscribers and S 1 the Best Service that can be obtained g- ycysyy J HJ i 1 I NNAN NNAaf HOME PHONE 6687 CUMB Main 2712at HENRY FUOHS t 10 FLORIST Plant Designs and Cut Flowers GREENHOUSES STORE Charles mndjexas Sts 556 4th Stlg rm ei0N iiiiQUICK MEAL GAS RANGES For many yean the Quick Meal has been universally acknowledged as the best gas range In the market They coolquickly bake excellently aurJ on RCCOUl1t l of their patent air burners tonsures lestl gas than any other They aremore easily cleaned and are made to last The new improvements thIs year will keep it In the froot rank Haying made oar I 1907 contract before the advance in prieNII of all iron goods we areable to sell old pricefl EHER SON 217 MAtfcef STREET NEARS C I tr AMONG AILING Popular People Who An- On e Sick and Injured List Officers William Lambert and Da Raftery who were seriously stabbe- by the vicious negro for whom they had a warrant are making due progress toward recovery but it is doubt ful if either will be able to resum his duties for weeks to come William Kennedy n clerk in the and N Auditors office who was asI saulted and robbed by two negroes last week is resting as comfortabl as possible under the circumstanc- at his home on Twentyseventh street lie was stabbed through the hand and struck in the head with a blackjackJames Kfnnarney former Caltai n of police who has been suffering from a severe spell of typhoid fever is still seriously 111 at his home on East Broadway jihomeis making favorable progress toward recovery but Is not yet able to leave his bed FIERCE FLAMES Devour Famed Jesuit College and Adjoining Buildings The famous Spring 11111 College the oldest in the Southern StatesI L1nitedstroyed by fire Monday There was no loss of life Tho college standing on a hurl plateau about seven miles from the city of Mobile Ala coohlI not be reached by the city firemen In time to master the flames The IiIr started in the chapel and is thoughth to have been caused by crossed wires from a moving picture machlnp in use Sunday evening When the blaze was discovered 325 students were nt the morning services They lied1 quietly out of the chapel and then together they fought the flames under the guidance of the teacher s TwellmrJerPresidenti command of the fire fighting forces The buildings destroyed were tfc college chapel exhibition hall music room college library college museum two dormitories junior or juinilibraryiibuildingsi were ninny priceless relics and valor ofr graduatesSpring allI ninnythem t prominence The college was fountI ed by the Jesuit Fathers In 1830 nndI ilI wlclespreaclleellngs ELECTION OF OFFICERS I LComposedL J ricks parish nt the last meeting installed I i the following officers for the year 1009 Spiritual Director Very PresidentThomns PresidentT tarn Patrick Holley Financial Sec I I TrensurerWilliam s a fine record and starting with onaapplication Tor the next meeting the officers are going to work ever getically for a large increase In mem bership DIED IN PHILIPPINES Miss Maggie Welsh of 2207 Ran I thatherI I died in the Philippine Islands He FirsUnitedp t Department announces that he died of acute indigestion on January 2 He had been in the army seven year Ills sister and two brothers Patrick and James all of Louisville survive him The dead trooper was burled in Manila PLEASANT SURPRISE IN STORE The Rev Father Francis Felten pastor of St Augustines parish as througllouttheonce to be given oy the members off his congregation will be in the na ture of a pleasant surprise The congregation has its own orchestra brass band vocalists and comedians The performances will be given iin tho school hall 1411 West Broadway on the evenings of Wednesday and Thursday February 17 and 18 It will be a genuine negro minstrel show YIELDS TO FRIENDSw bCstlmownWstfndcopaentedto j nomination for Councilman in the Eleventh ward Mr Wolf resides at 2007 Garland avenue but has n host Althoughliensplredtoctive Democratic worker since at taining his majority WORTHY CAUSE congregationat Pfisters Hall Twentyfifth and hThursdayprizes will be awarded the victors HolyCrosspoorest parishes In the city but the pastorthewillstriveASPIRES TO MAYORAJrr M H T Strother one of Winchesters leading business men has an nounced his candidacy for the May oralty subject to the action of the forhonestgeneralImproTement lines atFIREMEN IMPROVKg Martin Joyce a ladderman of the f9mIMrt1iwbos n s SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O HD- IVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hull on First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Keenan Sr RJanIIRecording retaryTbos Lawler Financial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Charles J Finegan iSergeantatiArms Andrew Currant I 2II 2L1eetaFridayEvenings President Con J Ford esVice President D D McKenna Recording Secretary T J Stone KeancJ1reasnrerJoscph SergeantatArmsJolm T DrownI Sentinel William Sash DIVISION 3 ThursdayEvenings sand Main Streets 1PresidentPatrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary L TMnckey Financial Secretary J G liessionI DoughertySentinel ScrgeantatArms Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays I Bertrand Hall Sixth Street IlennessJVIC11 Financial Secretary Wm P Mc Donogh 1212 Sixth street Recording Secretary Jno J Wlnn Treasurer Harry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott SergeantatArmsJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days at Pfaus Hall County PresidentJohn Kenrtwly President Louis Constantine Vice President Robert Gleason Recording Secretary Thos Financial Secretary John G Col Treasurer Bernard A Coll Standing Committee Redmo Stanton Martin Fogarty and John Kennedy Y M I CKINn COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentLouis J Kleffer First Vice President Tics D Cline i Second Vice President Samuel Ls Robertson Recording Secretary Thomas Bachman SecretnrS11llilaF SecretaryFrankle 0 Treasurer Daniel W Weber Marshal Adolnhus Andriott Inside Sentinel J C F Bartsch Outside SentinelWilliam D An driott t THER tIft4 oENI ISI I tied a Soothing Calming forcer 9 Wheelenbnrjr 0 September 1 1908 I was lick with netroninesf could not eat sleep tar still onltNilliwaselmostdeper e I for sleep A friend roeelred your Dhamphl- nd tent it to me I had much confldoDc in after reading of the many eases cared Lcou l till the Tonia arrived tteeemedt J flat dross had a soothing calming effect I can not extol ebongh the praises it deserve I w a wreck now I am sound and well what a roll to get sleep which I lost ford mouths I con steer Koenfg Tonlo a godsend to me- OcEotx BABNET Aug291908Itaeskbreakdown n feeIwasnotablettdDepec ed me to die I bad received from 7 doctors without benefit I then Pastor Koenlni NerTe Tonic and I found J rerybest medicine I erer sea and I am now able to work again Bat J T AXTBONT A Valuable took on Nor FREE audnSamplebottlei tients also Jet the medicine free Prepared by the REV FATHER KorNio of FortJ Wayne Ind since 1870 and now by the KOENIQ MED CO Chicago III 100 Lake Street j Sold by Druggists et 1 per Bottle 6 for i Large Size 5175 J 6 Bottles for ib tempting to escape from a fractious horse is still4 at the City Hospital1 f but his condition is improving stead lastly John Fitzgibbon stokerd J ithe No 12 Engine Company I ibeen ill is also progressing towardI recovery 1 MOTION PIUIUlmScj lCompanyIsof its playhouses and the Casino Princess end Columbia had aIL the business they could attend to thisl eek Each of the theaters willj have new films next week MACAUItEYS THEATER goodbillsI Tuesday nights the Roger sj in Panama will attract good housesI eginning Thursday night and coWtinning the balance ut the wee Florence Davis will present Cade the Greenwood Tree- MASONIC THEATER Married for Money presented bra strong company will open Monday at the Masonic Theater for a weeks engagement W A Whitecar who nppccrlngherega In 11 role In this play thec11is is dramatic work of much merltEJHOPKINS THEATER B The new films and Illustrated songs at Hopkins Theater drew crowds to that popular house of amusement this week As usual the majotyrm arranged for something better than ever 1 IRISH PRIESTS HELPING CHINA The Apostolic School of Dublin Ireland Is ending a number of its 111tslonfield I iven to provMing laborers for the hopethatdt t Will be well uppU clwIthIrIMh pri flta from tijiah college GRAND BAZAR Will Serve as Trinity Councils First Event for friends I Although Trinity Council Y M I has been In possession of Its new nnd1 handsome club house at Baxter arc true and Morton for several months 1the new home will not be formally thatItime from Monday until Saturday iIs expected to give sufficient time far prnisetheassist them in their good work Each featureYcity off1 dials county officials etc TuesdayV M I of Falls Cities nightThursday s Catholic Knights of America Knights 9 JohnIIA 0 H Ladies Auxiliary and Catholic Order of Forseters Saturday Labor night Incidental features will be dances cm Tuesday and Thursday and euchres Oil Wednesday and Friday JIAYE TilE BEST Bowling Green Knights Try All Sections of the State Bowling Green Council Knights Columbus will Initiate a largo on Sunday February 7 and in Louisville Xnshvllle Memphis andI signifiedtheirlargnumbersI II qltotatoIt is expected that all the visitors will arrive in time for the mass to b celebrated by the Rev guestndzfiaat an 1d 1s 1a 1 usual banquet Among the speakers oPaducahLVegaBeFatherI Hey J J Kovnnagh of Louisvillel TIUwlbeSURPRISE MARRIAGE FallFs Company gave his friends a severe jolt this week by taking a bride In the person of Miss TexnTheat ReFnthern Wednesday morning The attendants DrEceremony nnd Mrs a onbridaln MagnoliaMrAntonio several years ago Recently uncleRichard SecondIl dl lowed The happy pair will receive returnltO LADIESet membereiCatholic Knights nnd Ladles of Patebegins current year in excellent condition The hall offlcCrs VerItevI rector Patrick Holley President PresidenttoeFinancialSeerelnry Yetterlreallurerr AFFLICTED PARISH visiteStthitia 41SouthSundayWedneRdnJHelnhartdiedWest Kentucky street on Monday Wednesdue 2637West dnesdaJe from St Charles Borromeos church CHILDREN PALL BEARERS The people of Fayette county have Countyj laidIncemeterJnt ofthethe pall bearers and none of them Theyjanion Louis Foley Joseph Mooney Harold Buchignnni Audrey Hogan illiam Kelly and Elmer Connell lesight pathetic at one tlie cemetery was a Thett SECOND DANCE Trinity Council will give its second dance of the New Year at the clubhouse Darter and Morton avenues next Thursday evening Other dances the series will follow on February and 23 The committee in charge made up of Joseph Bell V K Raymond ESIehT Haffner A B Hulskamp A M Klefer J Rapier John Klttman P J Sand man and F Valinote WINS CINCINNATI BELLE Miss Johanna Agatha Tracy of Cincinnati and Richard J Toohey Winchester Ky will be united oftt marriage at St Francis de church In Cincinnati at 8 oclock nextii Wednesday The brldetobe is the charming daughter of Mr and Mrs John Tracy COFFEE MAKES GOOD POLISH Drain off your leftover tattoo and when you have a quart mix with a tablespoonful of weet till Wash the furniture with this anti polish with a dry cloth If the gaffe Is strong It willcover aH MratobM n Int 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 rSHOESBUY THEltI NOVWe have now inaugurated our great midwinter sale of Mens Womens Boys and Girls Shoes at prices not equaled 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 342 ltIARKET t tC o= 0 f FORrI McRENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE IH McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky WE WANT YOUR WORK I IWere I PromptlyI J PRINTINGao e Cards Bill Heads Letter Heads Circulars Dodgers EtcI yDance and Wedding Invitationsii a Specialty HOME PHONE 946 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 319 WEST GREEN STREET UNION ICE CREAM CO 9 riEanufnoturers o Pure Ice Cream and Sherbetsf 6 7633 EIGHTH STREET We have our own Dairy and Ice Plant Separate our own Cream This en competitorsHome 415 Per Ton 2000 Pounds orIIBE A BIT PARTICULAR when buying your fuel supply because your comfort depends very largely upon it FOX RIDGE is a synonym for satisfacti- onS INCORPORATEDcanI I 405 M J BANNON P BANNON JR L I VEENEMAN PrM 1 Mgr Vlcn Prts 1 Treas Secretary Kentucky Vitiei Brick Ca INCORPORATED aD= aoturer air ViTRlFiED PAVING BRICK FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS Office 508512 W JettonnSt Works Magndlla Are set 9th and ICIk TELEPHONE 373 d TELEPHONE 12S2 H It nH H It It nft FID WiUc1lAJIPaGJI n ALKOLJ3r t 345 West Green StreetIQti 1R s i ttilA1111it t Nii es- n 0tJ