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J KENTUCKY VOLUME XXIINO 6 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY FEBRUARY 13 feOJ PRICE FIVE CENTS POPE liWEftT f raI Ills Holiness Finds Consolation in Generosity Shown by America Asserted That the United States Is to Have Another Cardinal Monsignor Kennedy Arranging For Anniversary ofAmeri can College CARDINAL SATOLLI RECOVERING Monsignor Kennedy rector of the American College and Blsnop of Adrinnnpolls arrived In Hume last Saturday after a two months visit to America The New York heralds correspondent cables that lie was at once received in private audience by tho Pope who kept him closeted in his private study more than lUlU an hour Monsignor Kennedy con gratulated the 1o bet tor than he did souse months ago Pius X replied Better In health yes but not better in spirit Since the beginning of the new year every day almost has signified the extent of the dis aster which has befallen my pour people In Siqily and Calabria tha Immense number of their lives lost the misery of the survivors the fate of numberless orphans the destruc tion of so many churches convents asylumsforis all harrowing for me to think of but even in this I had my consolations Rot the least of them has been the truly Christian generosity of the people of the United States practicallyt of the great distress iMgr Kennedy presented an offer hldbeenlealngAmerica PopotoThe Pope made many inquiries about his old friend Archbishop Ryan oft Philadelphia and about the condition of the church in America MgrKennedy I celebration of the fiftieth anni versary of tlie founding of the American College In Home in June More than one hundred of the old alumni of the college have decided to journey to Rome for the occasion and it is probable that among the number will be several American Bishops tIlOlrecurjourney vtsIhast glrenforn Ambassador Sunday he preached at the English speaking church of olllJtwoThe Corrlere Della Sera announce that Archbishop Ireland will not be made a Cardinal at the next con sistory because it luis been decided not to increase the number of American Cardinals The HeraldI correspondent however has it on the best authority that no such de cision has been reached either at the next consistory or the following one anotheCardinaly consists in the choice This dirt culty has not yet been overcome The consistory is to take place in the elglltnewt Not for half a century has the number of Cardinals been so low as at present only fiftyfour out of RI possible seventy and ten less than took part in the conclave thatelected Pius X At the next consistory t too a number of new Amerii dI nominationBishops of Iin America has been caused by the extraordinarily amount of work which devolved on the Consistorlal 1 Congregation Which is charged with governmentCardinal m a severe illness Last week he caught a chill during the cold wave which tlmlJinclidevelopedwhile grave fears were entertained declaredanger1 Eminence suffered from a simil attack During last week the same IsesweptI churchmen in Rome Cardinal Crctoni Prefect of the Congregation of Rites and jMgr Martini one of the ton ecclesiastical Judges reo eontly appointed by PJus X for dc ciding all controversial cases In the Catholic church The Popes fund for the relief of tho victims of the earthquake has readied 750000 half of which has been sent through American Bishops and the Apostolic Delegate at Wash ington t i DEATH A SHOCK The death of Clarence Joseph isweekeas ss 1o his family and friends lip had been HI only a day and his des th was not apprehended until shortly before he pawed away taster Malouey was fifteen years old and leas toe eldest son of Johfl JMaloney nqp and farQitblrf Main street circles for the last enty years and May Pope Maloney e was one of the brightest and most studious boys at St Xaviers College and was beloved by all whs knew him The funeral took place from the family residence 321 West Brcckinrldge street Saturday afternoon and the remains were interred in St Louts cemetery The bereaved parents have since been the recipients of an incessant number of messages of sympathy and condolence in there sad bereavement I BAZAR For St Michaels Church to Continue Two Days The people of the congregation of St Michaels church are arranging to give a bazaar for the benefit of the church In the parochial school hall on Monday and Tuesday February 23 and 23 Ench of the societies in the congregation is lending its old In the preliminary workand the Ifforthcoming effort promises to eclipse any former baanr of St Michaels parishioners Charitably cityIlend their aid toward reducing the heavy burden of debt on St Michaels Admission to the hall will be free and a nice luncheon will served at n moderate price boI ladles of the parish have been ini perfecting the arrangements and entertalnlngfeatures GREAT A1TL SJlIPI ILargest Sea Fighter In the I World Was Launched LastVVeekI1 The battleship Delaware the Jarg tighterverNewporticnCalmll of Bridgeville Del christ cned the giant vessel as it moved down the ways and look the water jII Hundreds of invited guests from the cludJngl 1 bles were present while thousands thebigCompared with the battleships completed or under construction of the navy of any foreign country limo Delaware surpasses nth She is one byCongressmarknble squadron The other ves beingbUllt YorkNaat Camden N J t l Tho Delaware will have a displacement on trial of 20000 tons or iI I 2100 tons greater than the British grentethan1 t 1 that type the Vanguard SPRINGt I Mackin Council Arranges to Give Another Pleas 1ingOpperetta iMnckin Councils hall was welt1 filled when President Kieffer calledII I the meeting to order Tuesday nightt and all the officers were on hand StephenIi iary routine business was dispatchedI ns hurriedly as possible The rend Ing of the report of the Grand Sec rotary and other matters that couldI wait were deferred until the nextt meeting One application was received and the visiting committee reported that David Hummel who had been seriously ill was alit to I showingII I uniquely designed invitationI from Detroit Council to attend its banquet and dance at an early date i The Detroit member are preparing I I MackinIS J tends to give next Monday night and the Euchre Committee an nrrangemcntshnd nightIdecided to give an entertainment during the spring and the following arranRet11eClines Charles S Rainy Robert T Burke Frank Lannhan and William Burke The idea prevails that Mac shouldin be IWlion the meeting ciosed theme bers went in a body tp the residence of the late Stephen Peak and oft ofari his eotil DEATH AT BOWLING GREEN Mrs Mary Higgins an aged and estcemd resident of Bowling Green died at her home in that city Thursday morning of last week Mrs Hfggiris was born In Ireland seventyj five years ago but came to America when quite young Two sons Thomas and Edward Higglns and two daughters lrsP J Madden and Mrs Edward Stallings survive her The funeral took place from St Josephs church Saturday morn lug and the church was filled With sorrowing friends of the bereaved j family CHAMPIONS I Notre Dame University captu red another championship last week when its basket ball team defeated Wahash College The genie was the most fiercely contest ever played toy the Sabah totem who suffer- knOirntlrtirtllrilt di I defeatt In five yaRtri = n PEACES HERO f I r Corporal Flynn Will Respond to Dutys Call With Sore Heart Uncle Sams Soldier Boys Must Be Blind to Family Tragedies Fnitlitul Sweetheart Followed Soldier Boy From Post to Post THE GIRL HE LEAVES BEHIND I It is not new but it is true that there are always heroes and hero incs In times of peace as well as In war Neither do all the heroes wear the uniform of the soldier nor the heroines the garb of the nurse Just now the people of the Empire State arc interested in the romance that I will perhaps have a tragic ending In the 1tires of Corporal lobo Flynn and his wife Mary who is about to die of consumption I There is an nrtllleryCorporal I at Fort Tottcn who goes through the dull routine of drills and fatigue duty with his teeth set hard and with his eyes fixed on nothing Always there lit one picture in his mlndu woman with a hacking rough lying on a cot in the Tangs county hospital Always hearlItransportIlfIpatriclr he has leave the cars can not carry jhim fast enough to the hospital For both he and the woman count the minutes ns they go and ho knows it the woman does not that after the Kilpatrick sails tbej will not mud H1II ugolieJ It was but a few years after that he met Mary Ann Conroy just from Yorkshire and ns plump and merry a red cheeked girl as ever came over sun A soldiers courting times are ffew and far between but Flynn made the best of such chances as he jhad But the army is no encourage of matrimony It is lard enough lor- a young officer to marry For n mere private It was an absurdity John jFlynn began to appreciate this when j t01ort11Jumbull IaryIy ieven thinking of such a thing II dont want you to leave tL array John she said even whe lessithan have you a disgrace to It I fellI hin love with you because were a j soldier and 1 wont love you if thellI time comes when you see not a soldier Go with your battery nndi IIwe yettheLondon a week before Mary aban I doning her place as a ladys maid iinI Boston becanio a waitress in a New London hotel When they had just about concluded theyI would have toIJlive out their lives as sweetheart I I l 1only tho battery was ordered 1o Port Nidbrara out in Nebraska con venient to the reservation of the Itosebud Sioux who were threaten ling trouble I ICoI on John said Mary Ann Con I 1111fulloI I happenedId the news to come to Private Flynu I that it would not be considered na unpardonable breach of discipline iif he married Mary anyway He Wouldnt tell you today who this superior was but at Valentine fourteen years ago Mary became Mrs Private John Flynn U S A The Spanish war came and the Fifth Artillery came cast to Chicks manga and then to Cuba When John Flynns enlistment expired and h coma buck from Cuba and they hadI about decided he had served IllsI 1 thollghttheI to be true But they had been so long in the army he and she that they were not comfortable out of iit elland when Corporal Flynn said ho wondered whether it would be igood thing to enlist again she couldnt hurry him to Fort Hamilton soon enough I IAndI it was even better for both of when they mused to Fort Totten Corporal Flynn got his Mary a housennd she bought a few chickens dud took in officers washings vThe chickens multiplied until ther rr were over 200 of them and there was hardly time to do the washing between egg gathering hours A little more than a year ago Mary caught a bad cold Despite Corporal Flynn she Insisted it was nothing It grew ZlarjlmdtoI there bends over her there and told Corporal Flynn that they couldnt say when she would bo able to agotholive more than three months And now the orders have co that the battery is to sail for Maui on February IS Tf she Were onlyI goShei I Somewhere In VUOJIIllfltJI4 the c may be somebody high up In author- Ity willing to break a precedent and save tho breaking of two bravo hearts I AVHERE lUG TIM REIGNS Dig Tim Sullivan of New York lies earned the right to be known ac a political boar lie ddea things and does the things tbIft count A Ke liYork patperof art Saturday G sal It was shoe day on the Bowery to I day and by nightfall there was little use of the denizens of the old street complaining of not being properly shod ujar 9000 pairs 01 alll1loldistributionHhocsbrDIgon for several years Knowing that there are some of the men who would take the ftihoes from the- political leaders n TLV 1Ieutenants and thenresell them this has been mach a very hard matterij for there is not a pawnshop keeper shoe dealer or secondhand man 6the entire Fast beboughtI WEDDlNqBELLS Popular Young People Will Wed at Sacked Heart Chur h r wit merrllvnext II 1 inmarriageOanlelfhecercl11onJ I ScenteenthFathor latrlck Wa jjat 0 oclock nuptialhighonlyattendantogh will be 1 manlifeSmith lEdward I Hietcher Claude learnsi II andfrxt reeeptlonparatstheinunedintcyoungitIlehrldci ttheir honeymoon in jjyiw Orleans ando bet1HWestlime luidenbouttojte is the nc 11Tamesthathavegraduntodfrom1 MisstgLo whohaRifibnlel condoctorCentral railroad nndVG popular with all who know hinir ajf OFFICER IIOr1EN 111 I Jfl athisbrealdownLli eomflletoreHtthatlpolceI 1 a rraHyl r I t are anxious for his speedy recovery HKCBXT HEATHS ItiglownrdresclentSunduynCternoonp mourningfriendsttIle venerable and beloved mother of WrltJlCCersoli Mrs Julia FlynnJ nn Old nnd re speeted member of the Cathedral 1 llCrhomeWednesday morning rime deceasedI Mwall a native of Ireland but came to I duringhnHCathiedealJcrnl children The funeral took place from the Cathedral Friday nlorning und was largely attended Mourning friends and relativesi SunduJnrternool1were held over the remains of Missi 1 andthetensed was twentyone years old and was n favorite among her wide notIweni unmediate eightythreeIjI her daughter Mrs John J Tierney 130 Vernon avenue last Saturday placefromMonday morning The deceased was II SJIcntIcdItor1 u I WelshIwaRoldCUHhloned1 I I1heI 1 nneltrustworthJofStephenthefamlljIiDiimesnil street Sunday evening He e1ll11drenI employ 01 l TouIRlIJe railway as an electricianof orMackinneral took place from St Georges church Wednesday morning and a largely attended by his former felI tow employes associates and friendsi I A complication of diseases was re AloysluJMlIu1 no succumbed at his home 517 North Twentyfirst street early Sunday morning He was 11only three weeks The fiinernl took place from St Cecilias church at 3 oclock Tues day afternoon Richard cEoy father of the deceased is seriously 111 and his family are apprehensive JUanwl10dicitthofoUQwlnghrothers Evoy of New YorkY Joseph Johni Charles and James J cBrpy of louis I vine and Mrr IJlziIIE Rtteaell i s kclvoyidp r ROASTED r jI Itcpublican Alderman Shared the Feelings of None of Mayors CabinetI I Unnecessory Offices Condemned and Unlawful 12vicndl tune Scored How Board ot Public Safety Twists Law in Making Its Purchases REFORMS ARE NOT WORKING WELL Tlie present city administration is getting worse and worse Even lie publicans are finding fault with the extravagance and juggling with the i jlaw that is being carried on by those ueclIIandjointly attacked the Mayors cabinet flyfront1 and Public Safety Mr Itctd had his inning first and opposed the passage of an ordlnnnce 1 Superintendent tithataried officers were provided for in tho ordinance Mr Heed tool the ground that the bosses in the citys employ were by no menus over workedl anti he showed that n number of those Lolling fat snlariel iobs under the Uonrl1oC Public Works were not even residents oi Louisville Mr Underhill evidently sided with Mr Heed and on his motion the ordinnubu was sent back j to the Finance Committee vSeveralIrish American told about the pur chase of three automobiles for police purposes by the Board of Pub Ilie Safety and on Tuesday night Aid ermcn Heed and Kirwan made it i I clear that they had dune a little Investigating tnemsielves I Under the law fithet must be approved 1by the Oenenll Council Lot Messrs Klrwnn and1 1Heed in n written report showed how the ito trd of Safety had evaded the law in the purchase of the three j l automobiles They charge that Ed Ti 8a daliti tslut he knew when he ordered nutomobih that the purchase n tthree intended PbigCouncil going into the open market and seeking bids the HoardoC Safety ordered one automobile on August 24 another on August 27 andI the third on August 31 Bach car 1 5300limitexpenditures made by time Boards of Safety nod Works but in the ng re gate 34il On the advice of the committee time claim for the nuto mobiles was sent back to the Board of Safety The Louisville Evening Post continue to prate about the reformsx that are being made in the police and fire departments Are they I realty Lei ng reformed Thomas i ongineetin I I reduced last week Mr Scally is competent and faithful engineer nudr 1 he was reduced to mnko n place for one of the ndministriitions pets All1 Las1 not gone well in tint company since and those who ought to know say that the change hex not been for the hotter Vhilq limo upper board of the Gent era Council was roasting the Boards of Public Safety and Works tIle members of the lower board Unndet- epithets with each other and spare di I no words in ridiculing JJnyor Grin stead While tIle language used was not profane it was by no moan- choice As nn example A resolution wa CityCflntrollery to be expended fur books fur the Home of the Aged and Infirm There is no use doing thatt saidj Councilman Tsadore Forst former President of the Council Just addi It to the Mayors secret service funn I anti let him hay the TTooks Ho en do it very nicelyl ns he has more belly then brain City Attorney Blakeys opinion was byIrttirne1ItJ remark The council evidently does not want Mr Blakeys opinion on tho matter Well I dont thinkermuch of his opinion on anything my self j I IGEmIANVS PROGRESS i w prospelItyissued a leaflet which shows that the banksinerenscdCr01l1 188Int amoufcooaited eel to 1 3500000000 in 1007 It also shows that while Englands prpportion of the worlds commerce Loa decreased from 20 per cent in 1800 to 17 percent In 1000 Germanys proportion las increased jrt the sump time from 11 to 32 per cent I DENOUNCES MODERN PLAYS I Isis Grace pf New York Are1 bishop Farley gave a deserved nttractlonlnlNent tali 11 i I I tea taught urjwe must work out our destiny in fear and trembling They mustlireButherehaveHeedpreClptsthe moo and women who tire setting evil examples Men hoary with age are often found inspiring with oral the minds of the young They go to t theateljjInwith them youngsters who can not escape corruption We sec today men and women old men and old vomen who ought to know better bringing the young to these orgies of obscenity lUG SUPPER And Country Store For Benefit of Church of Blessed Sacrament The ladles of the Blessed Sacra ment church bore arranged to glvo an entertainment supper and coun try store in time parochial school Loll Washington street near eveningSupper 9 loosTallbarIgnlngregntion U one of the smallest cad few111111lshlonllschurch and loyal to their pastor the rev Father Daniel OSullivan The Indies In charge invite the jgenrrnl1 public to their forthcoming entertainment and assure all who n proIdedFAMILY MOURNS I The Untimely Death of Mrs W E Proctor Causes Sorrow Mrs W F Proctor thirtytwo old died nt Norton Infirmary oporntionfuri in her husha11l1 11 1T j Iroetor teas illof pneumonia and her death waar jindirectly due to her attendance upon him The deceased prior to j HaHl1Ranresidence 231 IEast Madison I street untilt 230 oclock Tuesdayj nftirnoon when the funeral took place from the Cathedral of the As J mfmntion Mrs Proctor IH survived jby her husband W R Tractor n member of the School Board three Ii1retllriJlan J J Ii FatLetr agent juiiiiitui win attended Mrs roctor in her fatal Illness officiated the funeral rites and delivered a eulogy befitting the occasion He resignationtoaroused the interest of all attending the obsequies STRICTLY BUSINESS Was the Meeting of Division 4 A O H MonIi I day Night Division 4 A O H hold n sure ienoiigh business meeting Monday night President John II Hennessy sonnn culled nwuy to net on n committee urrang3ng fur the nppropritto celc Dllringhii jLynch occupied the chair and II Ylcetresldentn was obligated 1 Martin and William Beardon were re ported ill while James Lyons lerry veerdit wall announced that the com- mitteeI arranging for St Patricks Countsy President and the four division n givoythe celIs t on question of tho teaching of II Irish history in parochial schools + plcasuronwa nt being node by the various division committees Division 3 through D J Divisionto 4 day night The invitation was accepted with thanks vCLERICAL CHANGES Hev Thomas Murray for some time past the popular assistant toI lien Father Brady at St Cecilias church this city was this week lipIpointed pastor of the Church of Our CampbellsvllleDlllhoplcClosltet enter upon his new charge Father Murray is a hard worker nnd the Catholics of Campbellsvllle hn reason to congratulate upon having so worthy a success to tho beloved Father Neafrey no stationed in Louisville The be wishes of a legion of friends folio Father Murray Into Ills new field labor LEXINGTON LADY PIES I Miss Charlotte Kearns a Wen known young lady of Lexington flied ntSt Josephs Hospital In th elh ronday nlglet She tad snhmf t operationrally frpm the shock She is st ChariotltlcearnAi ca Kern 0c CRISIS i In the Affairs ol Ireland as n Nation Is Quite Ahptuenttt jMuch Depends On Outcome of the National Conventions Deliberations Able Irish Editor Points Out tocks and Shoals to Be Avoided I BAD POINTS OPBIRRELL BILL Delegates to the convention will probably consist of two classes those who will attend resolved to support Birreils bill through thick and thin because it has Tic approval of tIle Irish party and those who r will resorve the right to weigh the arguments for and against The former anienormous majority Indeed we no lice that ounIn proposal to send any delegates those prepured1 On n question such as the land bill h confidence widerjudgmendistinctions should be made Rather 1irepresentnthe todiscussIf indeed such discussion were possi jj thinkindmovement for compulsory Irish fnxofIHirrellsI1 fair righttoquestlon express Itwe should like to see the fullest land freest discussion at the conven beforeImcllpossiblylenddcliberatisaassemblyThe be briefly sum nmrleil ns having two good points insofarj flotntlonyflatidvlsion for the compulsory settle ment or the question of congestion in the West It can not be denied by ofHlrrellactions In land purchase this bill J landlordstwo to twentyfour years purchase nnd u bonus of 12 per cent are not at all likely to take a price repre Renting a couple of years purchase WilliamOBrienland purchase and wo do not see lKputethatnUeResfllutgorged money for land purchase C with reluctance and thrown nil the losses on tho Irish taxpayer Is time thcjbillprobable though we must remember J thnt the Literals swallowed the 1original bonus proposal with re luctance and held out no prospect of renewing It after the five years period laid down by Wyndlinm The question is should limo country na subn the risk of hanging un land purchase and deferring the final and absolute sweeping away of dual ownership in land which has been the curse and countryOBrien that tho bill question antrargument any full and possibleIdealingyttvith 1 andIpurchases to a representative as allsdiscussingtheir beuetieialny country We dont want to lace the settlement of the land question Indefinitely delayed as this itIpmay1 s I inthemadefatIa I bcII Introduced But that will mean that hnvcpj I stead of enjoying the privilege of t purchqReprice s wine91 weoVthatofthinui bueiofspirit heat and partisanship for once left I assemblyI Qftlfoconvention held in Ireland this took notinrlWe edleijwriteae a n 7 z t KENTUOKY IRISH AT1r1 XitIcwaM IJ KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN J Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancemement ot Irish Americans and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens 1 Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING COIncorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Enltred at the Loulivllle Poitofllce n Second Ctese natter A Address all Commuolcatlooi to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Oren St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 13 1909 AN ECONOMIC JOKE iMayor Grinstead has been playing the comedy part again but he takes himself seriously He vetoed the request of the Superintendent of this City Hospital for 250 to provide suitable underclothing for indigent persons about to be discharged as cured from that institution That was economy The same Mayor ami doubtless with the same pen In dorsed the General Councils gift of 125000 worth x of property to the Louisville University and also in dorsed the measure giving the university a bonus of 35000 for taking the property so munificently bestowed Guess that is economy tool SHAMING KENTUCKY Public spirited Kentuckians are tired of having some of its fellows who want to shine give the State a bad name They have had additional evidence this week when the soldiers of the First Hegiment the Sheriff of Lnrus county and his deputies and a squadron of police from Louisville were used to protect President Roosevelt on his visit to Hodgenvllle and the Lincoln farm Why not treat him like the Czar of Russia and secure a bombproof automobile or passenger car when he comes to Kentucky If our President Is in such imminent danger what can any other citizen expect But then the Louisville police had to be in the limelight Jso doubt the newspapers throughout the country will comment on the admirable dress parade appearance of Col Hanger and his mounted men DIVIDE AND CONQUER t Americans not familiar with conditions in our Pacific coast State t tare wisely keeping mum on the present antiJapanese legislation but when they see mid hear and reaJ that England has a hand in the game they begin to sit up and take notice A correspondent of the New York Herald has been making careful inquiries along the Pacific coast and he has not confined himself to the United States He has gone Into British Columbia and from there tells us that the situation only awaits some trifling incident to precipitate scenes of widespread violence He writes from Vancouver British Columbia under date of last Saturday and says in part Com pleting here a tour of investigation extending throughout tho Pacific coast from Prince Rupert the terminal of the New Grand Trunk Pacific railway in the North to Los Angeles in the South over whelming evidence has been found ii that the antiJapanese sentiment is stronger in British Columbia than It is in the States of Washington Oregon and California Careful inquiry has shown that among the Britishers who have arrived in the Canadian Pacific province within recent years the dislike to the Japanese amounts to a positive frenzy of hatred that only awaits upon occasion to find vent In action that may strain diplomatic relations between Great Britain Canada and Japan to the utmost It looks very much like the old old Englandszconquer It is more than likely that h the British have grown Inordinately jealous of the cordial feeling between the United States and Japan and desire to bring about a rupture It will be wise for our people to move slowly MRS THOMAS IDEA What can one expect from pupls of irreligious schools and colleges when a woman who boars the brand of education advised pastors and people to tear the carpets from churches anti turn houses built for divine worship Into dance houses Mrs W N Thomas wife of the professor of sociology at the University of Chicago gave such advice to her audience at the opening pf a three days celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of the Chicago Home of the Friendless last Satur day Tear up thb carpets from the- echurch floors and invite th young t people into those church parlors to 1 dance to tryst and to hold their club meetings Then they will not hU1 at are not rev spectable said Mrs Thomas Con tinuing her advice as to how to preventchildren from becoming 011Ii1Pperintendentpf011 reatiM la the Mfcpojs that somebody has rights fodcks the janitor we should also be a long way toWard p I doing away with delinquent chit drenLucifer alias Satan has been trying to turn temples Into dance houses since the world began so that Mrs Thomas can not even claim originality for her scheme LAME EXPLANATIONS Councillan Albert T Schrinz stirred up a hornets nest at the City HallTuesday night by attacking John1 If Brand of the Board of Public Works and Councilman Kendall He accused the former ol being interested in the closing of Marine street and assured the latter he did not male a living by hauling for ths city Next day explanations were in order But the explanations were very lame Alex Barret Chairman of tlie Board of Public Works in Mr Brands behalf told how the latter had acted for the K and T Bridge Company but had refrained from taking any hand in a discussion of the matter in his board That was thoughtful of Mr Brand Mr Crittcndcn Superintendent of the Street Cleaning Department ex plained that the man whose teams hauled for the city was William Kendall and not his father Councilman S IL Kendall But did not Mr Kendall own those teams until ho became Councilman It develops that some book makers like prizefighters have recourse to Irish patronymics In other words they arc traveling under false names Jack Sheehan was the name given lya bookmaker well known throughout the country but when presented in the court at New Orleans he acv knowledged that his right name was Mosc Boasberg This was Lincoln week in Chicago and mode than 200 celebrations or meetings were hold in different sections of that city but the Irish us usual were ahead of all others They held their a cejpbratipn last Saturday night iiiiderthe auspice o f the Irish Fellowship Club Gen Frederick D Grant was one of the guests of honoriCongressman Sherley scored quite a victory last Saturday when the House passed his bill attending the national bankruptcy law The bill corrects inequalities in the adminis tratlon of the law that have existed in various parts of the country It protects both debtors and creditors and makes bankruptcy proceedings uniform Once more the officers of the Louisville Board of Waterworks tell us that we will have clear water by March 17 This is a case of seeing before believing EUC1IHK FOR KNIGHTS The St Edwards Commondery Knights of St John which is prin cipally made up of of men in St Anthonys congregation will give euchre at Falls City Hall nI street between Eleventh Twelfth next Monday iiight I game will bo called at 8 oclock sharp The price of admission will be twentyfive cents A number of handsome prizes will be distributed Every member of the commander will assist the committee in making the euchre a success WHEX WE GO TO MASS The church commands us to at tend mass every Sunday We should I attend mass because we owe every thing we have to God because we I I have sinned and wb wish through Jesus Christ to be forgiven and to sin no more When we go to mass we should think of what mass is Do not think of business of your fam fly of your friends of who is at mass besides yourself ot what you have just read In the paper What would you do If you were on the hilt of Calvary and saw Jesus dying for you the wounds of his hands and feet the thorns in his head the whole body covered with blood and torn with pain the loving eyes looking in their last gaze upon you the white lips asking God the Father to forgive you What you would then BETHLEHEMS do now at the INDUSTRY mass doII I Tho chief Industry of Bethlehem of Judea Is that of motherofpearl The j shells are brought from tine Red Sea and in the hands of native artisans ore polished and carved the larger into elaborate designs the smaller are cut up for rosaries and crosses The work Is done by hand and the methods are amazingly primitive to a spectator from the home of steam and electric power But the results are extraordinary The largest shells one sees are relined in scenes from the birth of Christ the agony in the garden and the crucifixion and have the general effect of delicate frost work Under I the magnifying glasses every detail is seen to pe perfect in outline and finish About ISO people make a llv J iliijp in this industry width lilit 600 year old IJc J r 69S9S96SS969B9S9SSSSS9KS SOCIETY I Mrs Pearl Abell spent last week with Miss Eddie Dowling at Haven ewI Miss Mary Whelan entertained her card club Tuesday evening at her home in Portland Mrs W T Burnctf of Parkview has had as her guest Mrs Sarah Mahoney of Oklahoma Miss Grace Pflanz entertained her dance club Saturday afternoon and proved a most charming hostess Miss Ada McDermott of Elizabeth town arrived the first of the week for a visit with Louisville friends Miss Florence Honey of Lebanon has been the guest of Miss Kath lerino Mattlngly in the Highlands Thomas k McCabe and wife of Crescent Hill left last week to spend a month at Pass Christian Miss Mrs Keats Hull of Schnectady N Y arrived yesterday to visit her parents Mr and Mrs Stephen D Smith I I ISamuel McKenna who was run a wagon and seriously in jured Is steadily improving at his home on Bank street Miss Xora Brown who was here for a visit to her parents returned Monday to Frankfort where she is the private secretary of Gov Wjllsou I Sprlngflehlhastentlon from friends in the FallsI ltaviagbeen1 Miss Louise Denser of Louisville in tine guest of her cousins Misses Lillian and Dora Denser at Charles town Ind Several social functions have been arranged in her honor Mrs Della McAvoy who has boon visiting her sister Mrs John Oetken of New Albany for several weeks will leave next week for Seattle Wash where her husband Is lo cated iMiss Nell Keanoy who has been suffering from an attack of mus cular rheumatism Is reported much better and on the road to recovery manyfriends lseriouslyill1 Struckisfriends hope her indisposition is only temporary Miss Nellie Honey of St Louis Iis visiting her cousin Mrs Frank Mc grlat11ersonal setwringMiss Neal Burke entertained in a delightful manner Friday after noon In honor of Miss Wille Knott of Kentucky and Mrs Hutching of visitingfriends Mr anti Mrs Martin J Kirwan are rejoicing over the arrival of n new Melwood baby boy at their home 1718 munyfrIends willbeKathrynDoolan attack to receive the congratulations of her WestStMrs Wyble Mapother entertained inhonornheinfrank theleesmonious in a color scheme of red HIhernlanPortland avenue and his son Master theIabletoI The society event of the past week nWednesllay inllOnorMinaWagnernati Amy Madden of Chicago and Alice Schroeder of New York Thomas McEvoy formerly of this city but now of New York and his son Richard who came to attend theII funeral of Mr McEvoys brother Aloyslus will return to New York this evening While in Louisville they were guests of Mr McEvoyN mother on Twentyfirst street r Miss Addle Funk daughter of Mr and Mrs J T Funk who submitted ateStI rallied from the shock tend has been j pronounced out of danger Miss manyfrJendsI I her convalescence CATHOLIC HIERARCH The Catholic hierarchy of UleIr country at present consists of one Cardlnalthirteenbishop Seton who resides in Rome is counted tho number will be four IncludingMonslbtlor nominated Coadjutor Bishop of Syracuse two Archabbots sixteen Abbots and one Prefect Apostolici COLLEGE MUSICALE Tbe students of the American College at Rome gavoa musicale last Sunday to celebrate the return of Monsignor Kennedy their Rector Many sailors of the American battle ship fleet were present and fra ternallzed with the Students On eflthei lili- to I the Pope who thanked them blessed the American people for a1JJ I promptitude In hthe I went to the relief of I eOp14lof Italy and S eiiYtcI GREAT GUEST COMES While the cobbler mused there paneA by the driving rain He called him In from the stormy street And gave him shoes for his bruised feet The beggar vent and there came a croneII Her face with wrinkles of sorrow sown A bundle of faggots bowed lier back And she was spent with the wrench and rack lie gave her his loaf and steadied her load As she took her way on the weary road Then to his door Clime a little child Lost and afraid In the world so wild In the big dark world Catching it upHe it milk In the waiting cup And led it home to its mothers arms Out of reach of the worlds alarms The day went down In the crimson west And with it the hope of the Blessed Guest And Conrad sighed as the world grayWhy that your feet de lay Did you forget that this was the day f Then soft in tine silence a Voice ho heard Lift up your heart for I kept my worn Three times T came to your friendly door Three times my shadow was on your floor- I was the beggar with bruised feet T was the woman you gave to eat I was tine childon the homeless street Edwin Markham GOLDEN WEDDING Aged Couple Renew the Vows Made Fifty Years Ago Mr and Mrs Joseph Kemper who ore among the best known and most highly respected people of Covington celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of their wedding at the Mother of Godchurch in that city last Monday morning The aged couple renewed the vows they made in the same church fifty years ago and tho thanksgiving mass that followed was grandichildrenr and rs Kemper were born at Alphonse Germany and were sweet 111erlalTheircinnati and they married just fifty tnnrringthey i ton and there they have lived ever since They became the parents of ten children and five of these nns I living They are Mrs Mary Korner man Mrs George Kohorst Joseph Henry and William Kemper and all of them are engaged in business in Covington Air Kemper is seventynine years old and his wife is eight years his junior Both enjoy excellent health ceremonyheldKentucky avenue Covington I TRIPLE FEATURES I Hoosier Hibernians Are Preparing For St Pat ricks Day Indianapolis Hibernians are pre paring to oUtdo all previous efforts StPatricksparade and mass meeting in the afternoon and a musical entertainment at night The respective sub alongtinewill he held In the Cathedral in the morning and the parade will take place immediately after noon The marchers will disband at Tomllnwin Hullwhero they will hear panegyrics of Irelands patron saint from Joseph W Kenney of Indianapolis and the Ilev Father John T RegImentFort Benjamin Harrison The celebration will reach Its climax in the evening when n musi cal and literary programme will bo rendered at lTcinillnson Hall Tho best talent in Indianapolis will as sist in the musical numbers iI CARDINAL VISITS UUOTIEEK 14Cardinal Gibons is paying his nul nual visit to hs brother In Next Orleans lie waf one of the honored I guests at t hQ1 banquet tendered Presidentelect raft Thursday even ing and delivered the invocation PRINTERS HAVE MALE CHOIR In Detroit the men attending the I printers mass qn Sunday mornings celebrated iiUM 4 oclock at St Aloysius church have organized a J choir to singe at the earlyservice There are upwards of a hundred men who attend the early morning muss r J POORBOX ROBBERY PENALTY Senator Glcdhlll Introduced a billjj In the New York Legislature last week amending the penal code so IS to make It grand larceny second egreeto rob a poorhox The frequency of robberies of this sort throughout the State led to the in troduction of the measure PREACHED IN ROME Archbishop Ireland of St PaulI reached at tine English church San Sllvestro Rome last Sunday and xtolled the virtues of time martyrs burled beneath that edifice Many persons of the American colony in Rome including a umber of Prot stants enjoyed the sermon ART EUCHRE Miss May Wallace the artist arid per pupils wlllglynaeucl11o at adorfls Iran on the Wednesday FelJrnary 17 Allgtine prizes wlllb i nd aintadchinaand- ether s works pf art from Miss Wallaces studio The games ylll be i called at 8 oclock harP r i i 7i KNIGHTS OF BOLIIBUSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where postponeditsel1llydatoLast Sunday the third degree was hundred Toledo Council will confer the second and third degrees on a class of about eighty candidates February 21TIle theFourthundertheWashingtons birthday The Knights of Wichita Kas have indicatlons erected during the present year The annual Lenten retreat of Toledo Knights will be held in St Patricks chinch and continue a week Ilev William Robertson S1- of Detroit College will preach the sermonsThe nt St Paul Minn Is about to organize a select choral association to consist of sixty mem hors whoso object it shall be to study the masterpieces of choral art in their original languages The First Regiment New York City Knights conducted a largely receptlon bytheBowling Green Council initiated its second class last Sunday with im posing ceremonies There was n large attendance from all parts of Kentucky with many lady visitors who were nil royally entertained Alabama Knights are preparing a magnificent welcome for the dele pates and visitors to the next na tional convention at Mobile which will perhaps be tho leading event that will mark the foundation of that city two hundred years ago SUBMITS TO OPERATION I knownbakeryInfirmary Wednesday to be operated manyfriendshopetorecovery CATHOLIC FORESTERS The Catholic Order of Foresters KentuckythereI the order In Louisville Court 1314 I BertrandIhullerine and Oak when prospective members and other interested will be welcome DOMINICAN YEAR BOOK The Dominican Year Book pub Jlshed by the Dominican Fathers of the Province of St Joseph at Brook appearanceforing data to Catholics in general nnJ more particularly to those who aro under the spiritual care of tine white robed followers of St Dominic Feast and fast days a complete cede siastical calendar and the in diligences for each month preface many articles of general interest AGAINST SAD THOUGHTS When you find your heart growing sad divert yourself without a moments deluv make a visit enter into conversation with those around you read some amusing book take a walk sing do something it mat tern not what provided you close the door of your heart against this terrible enemy As the sound ofltrumpet gives tine signal for combat so sad thoughts apprise the devil tint n favorable moment inns come for him to attack us MARDI GRAS DANCE lime Prlscllla Club will give in select mask dance nt Athletic Club Hall Fifth and Zane street on Shrove Tuesday evening February byProfwill continue from 8 until 1 oclock but all masks will be removed at 10 oclock Tho following committee will be In charge of time arrange ments Louis E Vornholt Louis II Lodenkemper Leo Campbell Ernest ReillyJosephJacob N Xadorff and B E Vorn holt FANCIES OF FASHION New dresses show coat effects daytime Guirnpes are now made of cambric as well as of net Dark colors dominate In time spring suggestions Checks figure but little in wool goods for early spring French crepes are out in many new effects for spring styles Foulards in small figures are given a leading place in new material It Is predicted that there will be no more high waists after itlle spring begins The big armhole and round neck are still in favor for jumper style gownsAll corsets are being worn as long as pdssible over the hips with but few curves The butter bowl shape hat is stllJIwith us and threatens to stay an other half year Guirnpcs are now made of cambric a pleasant change after the too frequent use of net Some of the new foulards and taffetas have inch wide satin borders of plain color Most of the new linens are in natural color but some have narrow color stripes wide apart Despite evidences of coming changes the vogue of transparent yokes and sleeves holds on as firmly aseverThe springhatss puttodalreadyhownmade mostly of braid and teghorni in this winters shapes and trimmed profusely with fltwers STEWART DRY GOODS CO Business Established Sixty Years 1YrJOItIt sTORE SPECIAL FEBRUARY SALE Wilton Axminster and Tapestry Brussels Rugs New 1909 Exclusive Patterns and Colorings Fourth Floor The stock of Rugs for Spring 1909 is now ready and designsinRoyal Wilton Axminsters and Tapestry Brussels in a range of sizes covering all the odd and extra large room sizes During the Special February Sale Extremely Low Prices Prevail The Household Club Plan offers Easy Time Payments at Low Advertised Prices STEWART DRY GOODS CO I locorporittd- W CONNECTION WITH LAMES UcliHEEBV I GI NEW YORL 1909 November Election 1909 Squire John M Adams CANDIDATE FOR County Assessor Subject to Action of Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 MIKE TYNAN Candidate For Bailiff Police Court Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 CLEM W HUGGINS CANDIDATE FOR CourtProsecutingSubject to Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 DR J I WHITTENBERQ CANDIDATE FOR CORONERSubject Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 I F H BURKECcandidcate For Prosecuting Attorney of Police Court- S bJeot to Aotiorx or the DemoorntIa Party 1OOO NOVEMBER ELEOTION 1OOO WALTER RATCLIFFE CANDIDATE FOR OOUNT5Tt CLERKSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 Robert BartholomewCANDIDATE F- ORMAGISTRATEI ZITTHI JVTAOtSTJBierArv JOISTRXOT Composed of 1st 2nland 3rd Wards Subject to Action Democratic Party 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 PRES S RAYCANDIDATE FOR OOXJJVOPY ASSESSORSubject tothe Action of the Democratic Party H 1909 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1909 FRANK DA6HERCANDIDATE FOR MAGISTRATEFi- fth District First Second ad Third Wards Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party GIve your WATOIpareST COLLEGE PLASTERERr SpecialtyConductelSdtatl BdBIMC neseceureH lrt rat n S 1hos e I a C1faU a1Hf- yIQrtJIOJBIaklRITer lhritl1nC1o1WenIp I blederate Bra araeWr OFFICE 223 Fifth StreetttI Y 1 j J B NTUOKY IRISH AlIIERICAN JOS BARONPLUMBER PLUMBERand Air Pump Hospital Doctor ToYour Needs + M M M Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and EmbalmerCar- riages Furnished for All Occanlont on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 + + + t D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day er Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET +++444444 4 M t t t HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S38 Est NLalii Street NNNN NOA ONNN01N t O MttN 4 L H STRAUB 11JETRACY BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS crlSurtFNrtdon 1531 W MARKET STREET rM4N G UN N THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All calls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty nOME PHONE 10- 77CHOICDJ Cut Blooms 9 Plants and Designs al RIGHT PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 644 FOURTH AVENUE Both Phones 22- 3COUSIEaJN J NOW OPEN e KATING1Bv- rry pay and Sleatla M O7ULEYS Monday Tuesday and Wednesday even Ings and Wednesday matinee THE TIME THE PLACE THE GIRL A musical play that has broken all records evenIngsTHE GREAT DIVIDE From an epoch making run fn New York lOc1 HOPKINS 10c1 Where the Crowds Go HighClass Picture Entertainment t Continuous from noon until 1030 p m Change of Program Tuesday Thursday and Saturday UNDER ONE MMANAGEMENFI- RST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO Casino Theater 4I7 Fourth Stt Princess Theater 318 Jof- West terson Sireet Columbia Theater Fourt3h7Avc Dreamland terMarketf Sire qt We cater especially to Ladies and Children HENRY flUNOLD EATlta Irv Stipli and Fancy Griciriis A FIRST ae9MINi 014 WkUdM a Spay Newt- Ca lII N 540W WALUT e HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Oolr I tbe Past WeekGeneral- News Notes i Wedncsiday night Division 1 meets Tuesday night when the Literary Committee will report a programme for their next entertainmentDivision of Syracuse is sixCsome At the meeting last week members received tho obligation and ten new applications were received Division 2 of Dunkirk had Rev Father OHarn of Ireland four local priests and State President Brown present as guests at its installation of officers last week President Hennessy continues to add to the membership of Division 4 Ills worth is being realized and it need not be surprising if he is one day our State President sayslargeing made tit each division meeting in St Louis and that the membership of the order there will be doubled in a month or two Milwaukee Hibernians will cele brato St Patricks day this year with a lecture by Her John Cavnnngh C S C President of Notre Dame Uni vcrslty preceded by n musical enter tainment In the Public Service build InS Division 2 meets Friday night and SecretnnTimattend Business of importance will come before the body and plans out lined far the coming spring and summer nightfor1 will then take place promises to greenbyI alldlvlsonsa night of real enjoyment Auxiliaryof unusual importance and the officers therefore request the presence of all members It Is expected that the County Board will be represented participateInr PaticksThe decision of the County Board to celebrate St Patricks day with a banquet meets with the approval SundayJlrecedlngdivisions and the auxiliary will rev ceive holy communion tins comply stringentlairsl COOKING VEGKTAHLES Not every conk knowns that all vegetables that grow under the I I ground should be put to cook in colti potatoesturnips I I that grow on top of the ground smli as beans pens spinach and corn should have boiling water poured over them If left uncovered they will retain their fresh green look IllEDOMIXAXT LANGUAGE speakthoI per cent of the inhabitants of the earth About 12 per cent of the j I people of the world speak renchII The Russian language and the man is spoken by 85000000 and 84000000 respectively German and English are the only languages which show a proportionate percentage of increase in the number of people speaking them The Increase in English as compared with 100 years ago is 16 Y per cent while the increase in German is only onetenth of 1 1 per cent WORLDS POPULATION The highest authorities on an throplstical statistics declare that tthe population of the earth has in creased nearly thirty times over iin the last nineteen centuries Bodlo the historian in the year 14 A D estimated the population of the world at 54000000 Today the aggre gate number of people on earth is approximately fifteen hundred mill- Ions i The densest population is in Europe with 350000000 while Asia with a much greater territory has 850000000 Africa has 127000000 and North America which Includes the United States Canada and Mex leo only 101000000 GOT HIS ANSWER tAn Irish walter named Kenny was noted for his wit and ready answers A party of gentlemen who were staying at the hotel heard of Kennys wit and one of them mado somethingthatA bottle of champagne was ordered the one who had made the bet took hold of the bottle and corn menced to open it The cork came out with a bang and flew into Kennys mouth waytoKenny took the cork out of his mouth and replied No but its the way to KillKenny NOWtbythecrying out upIMy boy whispered the dying I woman you never told me that be IWI Honr often we speak the critical word How rarely the compli mentary one I We know verywell how we feel when others toll us how our work and our talents are appre forgetthatour fellow workers are the same atShave a little more taffy while we uepItaphyiWflenweare grave6peakI In rood MMon O i i J 6lisRogers ens BOOK GO ut PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They tire the finest of their kind in the city Books Magazines and Religious Articles Or EVERY DKHCnXPTION 434 West Jefferson Street ICCHEAGERS SCHOOL 2nd and Breckinridge Sis Respectfully asks the readers to tall 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 Day and Night Sessions Home Phone 8668 JJ D CREAGER Principal= CB THOMPSON FLORIST SpecialtyFloral 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guarant- eedHERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially 1 PearlI of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND Ttltphoni 1948 234 SIXTH STREET COLISEUM Devotees of the rt of roller skating I are making the best possible use tyofl t crowding the Coliseum rink after I noon and night Manager Truohart sees that novel features are intro doted each week and this serves to keep up interest in the i sportII HOPKINS rJmAfI HIpresentation I andIenijoy themselves each day For next promicedj singer will render the hitest illtis Jtrnted song hits- JiACALfEVS TUlATKIlc The Time the 1luce aniline Girl I n musical play that Ups broken all records for long runs in the larger cities comes to Macauleys for the BeglnnlnJ1hlrsdl1of the week The Great Divide I which hnd n long run in New York C Itw1l1 be the offering with Henry Miller in the leading role I MOTION UImsII Every day the Casino Princess rend Columbia houses are throngs with pleased audiences Besides 1jj picturetl provokAlj ing situations are rash of these 1picture theaters there ire frequent changes of programme thereby providing their patrons with an entirelyI new entertainment MASONIC THBATKH One of the most complete and cf fective presentations of East Lynne which has ever been sent o I tour will be given at the Masonic j Theater next week by Joseph Kings comttan1scenIcup for an artistic presentation of the I favorite old drama The engagement Includes the usual bargain matineess I BEARING onOSSESII There is a knack about bearin crosses lightly It fla born of goo cheer and good sense and good willh No cross Is ever too broad for the II back It tills upon Yet backs do break beneath their burdens It 1 f I because they strugglrt and rebel an will not adjust themselves It IB b cause they resist rather than cooperate with the lave of the u i verse which diitrlbuf joys and so j rqwa acbrdisff to rule tI U tJ IIII n t f IRELAND Record of the Host Important ol the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The death Is announced of Michael Hornn of Moanreel lie had been a member of Ennlstymon Board of I earsIj of Agriculture has appointed James Donnelly a native of Ennlsklllen Manual Instructor for the county The death in his eightyfourth year has occurred at Queenstown of Nicholas Healy a well known County Cork landowner and farmer Castlecomer Trade and Labor As sociation has passed a resolution expressing entire approval of the proposed railway from Athy to Kil kenny One day recently twenty steamers arrived at Bunerana County Done gal averaging twenty crans of her rings each besides a number of good mackerelThere being no criminal business for disposal at Carlow quarter ses sions judge Brereton Harry was presented with white gloves fry the High Sheriff Heavy rains frost and snow have caused fearful damage throughout poorfamllleBalltngarCountyThe df nth of John McKay agel I ArmoJCountyand had worked at his trade up to n few years ago An aged farmer named Patrick CountyDownthe yard attached to his house while his horse stood over him Because of the severity of the employmentthereDerry The Mayor started a coal supply fund for the benefit of the poor heading the list with a sub scription of 250 Much regret is felt in Carlow at the depth of John Sillls who was twentyonewith much credit Ho was also a practical supporter of the Gaelic League movement seventyfive rallwnJstation200 yards from his own house It fin assumed that he stumbled Into the water in the dark Sister Mary Joseph Gullfoyle who passed away at St Clares Convent in Dublin at the age of eightyfour yearshadthe Poor Glares The deceased was ErrillQueenscountyIUrban Council passed a resolution accepting an offer of CnptnUllhbroole tohethere were no penal conditions in the agreement and that no financial Obligations were placed on the rate payersAt the Ennlscorthy hoard of Guardians Owen Connolly Clerk of the Union handed in his resignation which was accepted with regret many of the members paying a deserved tribute to his efficiency in discharging the duties of his office and also for hIs consistency as a Nationalist Two old age pensioners have died SlIgoOneaged eightyfour years lived to draw two installments of his pension The other Patrick Delgnan aged seven tythree died four days after he was pension yarnssteadily Improving and last month timebacknowsvery well off as regards contracts and in some cases it would be a matter of ordersbeforeThree members were proposed at the Clonakilty Board of Guardians for the Chairmanship vacant bv the thenvoting the final poll between J beingequalelection until next June when the annual election takes place PROTESTANTS OUTNUMBERED It Is estimated that there ore 180000000 Protestants In the world as compared with 250000000 Catholics and 11000000 adherents of the Greek and Oriental churches NEVER FORGET MOTHER A good child never forgets its mother and the older it becomes the stronger grows tho affection Next to God we owe our life to our mother and with life we can have happiness both here and hereafter A good a grateful a loving child will seek ocacsions to show its filial love to its mother not only in words but especially in acts Bo chereful be fore mother Dont worry her with every little trouble If wo believe that our Heavenly Father sends us troubles for our benefit in order throughtrialreward we shall be resigned to his will no matter what befalls DONTS THAT COUNT Dont contradict people even if rightDont af fairs of even your most intimate friend Dont underrate anything because you dont possess it esinDont conclude that you have never lifeDont hear inddoesinterestDont jeer at anybodys religious bellefDont butdandeconsiders whoseliteMulerbedonI t 9 RANK FEHR BREWING CO I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KYtt i OUR SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED LnUISVILLE NY Comb Phone West 191 1913TIID WIEDEMANNINCOEP- OEATEDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky r ASK EOI FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOMF PHONE 7E69 CUMB PHONE WEST 69 JOHN E FRANK WALTERS CIay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KYw JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 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Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA nERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jcfferioivllle lid HENRY ftAIJIr J1 POLS DYER AND CLEANER j Ladies and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone 6J5528 Fifth Street WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOON u VAL ZJCSTKR PaOP Hot Lunch lugfro1j83tto SWO JlCN T t r KENTUOKY IRISH AMERICAN END OF SEASON SALE THE BIG STOREt Values during this sale are such that who ever does not take advantage is making a mistake that he will regret Mens Suits Boys lSuits Mer Overcoats Boys Overcoats Mens Hats Boys Hats Mens Furnishings Boys Furnishings all at Endof Season Sale Prices v THE BIG STORE 124 WestMrket Between St 9 Fourth and Filth MILTON MAftllLESTONE dr co- t1 r MUSIC IN THE HOME Is at all times essential and there is no time when it is ap preciated more than in the summer A- FARRANDCECIDIA3ST PIANO willI supply this music if there Is no one in the family that can play All one has to do to enjoy their favorite selection is to insert n roll of music and pump The expression marks are stamped on the roll showing anyone just exactly how to secure the proper expression Come in and permit us to show you more about the FarrandCecilian MONTENEGRO= RII3UM MUSIC CO Incorporated easoao FOURTH AVENUE Are You Getting Good Coffee If youre dealing with Mulloy you are His Coffees and Teas as well have established and maintained a reputation as the never varying standard of purity and excellence SPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR soc 45excel1entC it COFFEE ITJLLOr ROASTER tiollle Phone rata phi W AIVRJCET Wnst-msTv0 Q NN NNONON01000000NON000NONOON I MONUMENTS In order to make room for the en largement of our workshop we offer tCLASSingly low prices Call and exceedii 11 e MULDOON MONUMENT CO- 3J8320 WEST GREW STREET Jjl ONNNONON0000NN6000 NNN I 44 + + OOOOOOONOO000NONOOOOOY 4II 0- aI TED t DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL NORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Deliveredll Both Phones 2399 OFFICE AND FORGE 713715 SEVENTH STREET t ON0000 HOME PHONE 5687 CUMB Main 2712a r f HENRY FUOHS J ELORISL I Plant Designs and Cut GREENHOUSES FlowersititR Charles and Texas StiIt 556 ON N1MNNOONNi0i0N OOOOMOOOONOOONNONNOl lI QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES i For many years the Quick Meal hast h t1nlversallyacknowledgedasthebest quickly bake excellently and on account of their patent air burners consume lest gas than any other They are more are rpade101ast The new improvements this year will keep it in the front rank Having made our 1907 contract before the advance inpricetof all Iron goods we are able to at- old prices GrEHER Stt 217 MARkET STREET NEAR SBCSNB ny n r j NOTRE DAME 9 The Study of Irish History Has Proven VeryI Popular I The course In Irish history Introduced among the optional courses a the iiIversity of Notre Dame after the close of the Christmas vacation I has drawn more students than any other course not absolutely pre scribed by the curriculum for a degree just after Its introduction Twentyeight students are now fol rowing instruction in the history of Ireland under the Her MichaelI Quinlan A if This number 1 Is greatly in excess of any other classes which began optional studies In midyear It is expected that 10 students will take up the couis next September The authorltlj s ofr the university determined last f im mer to introduce the study of Irishi history this year The matter wasI brought for attention before the faculty at their first meeting iin October It was decided to open the Ileglnnlnlrlofrr the studyas n halfcourse for col lege lcreditl parts of the history of Ireland Is to be given this year Beginning nex September the course will rank as full course for credit and intensive study of different periods will be made Special lecturers will supple ment the professors work Student- following a the course may substitute it for any other course in history The large number of students n Irish extraction at Notre Dame brought about the introduction ofr the study It was felt that these young men should be given an op portunity to learn the glorious his tory of their forefathers By the neglect of looking closely Into th- achievements of the Irish race the beginning of their history th young IrishAmericans today are missing much that can serve them as an inspiration to noble action Even the IlartllluJed by the Irish In tile life loses much off its Importance when viewed apart from the history of the ancestors of tine men who lhave lived their lives that other peoples might flourish insistI ence on the services rendered by Irishmen on our battlefields and iin the council halls of the nation that areIwnrmedNotre Dame Is proudly displayed th battle flag of the Irish Brigade which performed such heroic deeds In the civil war under the gallant and brilliant Cen Thomas Francis- Meagher I It is one of the t relics in the historical collection of the university Under its green- silk flapping In the forefront of th battle brave men gave up their lives gladly that America might be a undivided nation their dimmin sight fastened on the embroidered harp and the shamrock And now that flag reduced to tattered niece of silk is a constant reminder of the loyalty and vnlor of the Irish In the sixties The sight of it can not fail to warm the heart of anyone in whose veins red blood flows HEALTHY GROWTH Of Y MIAs Shown by Re ports to Board of Grand Directors The Board of Grand Directors of jurisdictionheldMnekln Councils club house last Sunday afternoon with Frank 0 Adams Chairman of the Hoard ot Grand Directors pressing All of the Grand officers were present except Edwin C Dawson of iNew Haven David 11 Kearney of New Jport and Grand Secretary Owen T1 Canty came from Tvrone to be present The reports read by the Grand officers showed that the Kentucky jurisdiction was making progress financially and numerically It was also that plans were maturing nnnouncedI I stitution of a new early date- Supreme Director James T Shelley announced that an organizer would be put in the field at once and that several new councils could be looked for The board decided to hold the noxt Grand Council in Louisville prepnredtosubordinate councils by the rGand officers Quite a lot of routine bust ness of interest only to members of the order was disposed of before the board adjourned V FINED FOR VIOLATING LAW Through the efforts of Patrick J Filburn Assistant State Labor In spector M Steinberg n cigar manu facturer at Eleventh and Main streets was presented In the Police j Court charged with violating the statute on child lalior Stelhbur em I ploys women and girls in his factory atnuidleast two of his employes were girls under fourteen years old Judge McGee heard the evidence two weeks I ago and on Tuesday entered judg 1 ment against Steinberg for 50 in ofeachJudge McGees decisions that has 1 approvalmet PERRY GETS GOOD PLACE Geprgo A Perry for years past Railonnected way Company in this city was this ofweektraveling tariff inspector for the Louisville and St Louis division Though his new position will make hits absence from the city necessary for several months out of each year Mr Perrys wide circle of mends J and acquaintances arc pleased pvor his promotion Ills office while in he city hereafter will bo in the Columbia building MALONEV SHIES CASTOR Ml apphIenptfrom Yonkers N Yand recently Vori the outdoor Marathon race In the New York contest in fast time Maloney has resigned from the Amateur Athletic Association apd ids manager Is1 out with si challenge ii- to rasa Longboat the Canadian Ins ii drop for anyshin ranging from i iue SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O n- MVIION 1 Meets at halls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday PresidentThomas Keenan SrI RyantLawler Financial SecretaryThos Dolan 1ineganSergeantat SentinelLouis Roller- 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 FInanclalSecrDtary JnoT Keaney LyncheBrown Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 ThursdayEvenings and Main Streets President Patrick T SulJIvan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thos Stevens Financial Secretary J G llesslon Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty SentinelThomas Noon BegleynDIVISION 4 MondaysaIlennessyVice McfDonogh 1212 Sixth street SecretaryJaTnaJ Winn Sentinel Michael McDermott SergeautatstrinsJohn Doolan 1EFFEllSONVILTEm edaysat Plans Hall KennedyPresident Vice President Robert Gleason Itecordlng Secretary Thos OJIcrn Financial Secretary John G Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Standing Committee Redmond Stanton Martin Fogarty and John Kennedy Y M L MACKIN COUNCIL 203 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street RieflereFirst Vice President TJiosDCIines Second Vice President Samuel L Robertson FtSeerctarJWlhlnmP GeAdams WebernAndrlottgOutside SentinelWilliam D An drlott tJ1N OEqr tItt1bJfJCompletely Cured by Only W Bottle Planterayllte Tex Fell 27 100712 For about 6 years I was afflicted with week bern the doctors could not help me 10 I went to an asylum the doctor there said my case was amictedIfully cured asm meD were Ininfflclent After haying returned home I ordered one bottle of Jhdtkenoared JACOB WAONE- BSprlngBeld Ky March Cth 1900 My father suffered for IS years with fits and 2 bottles Pastor Koouiga None Tonic cured him entirely and It alia cured my sister send me another bottle for one of my cousin who It suffering from the the same troubles I cannot thank enough for what Tonic has done for my father and slater 1 Ke rS YAt- ashEE A Valuablo Book on Nor F SampleboUletients also get the medicine free Prepared by the Rir FATHER KOKSIO ot Fort Wayne lad since 18T6 and now by the KOENIG MED CO Chicago III 100 Lake Street Sold by DrUEzliU a 1 per Bottle 6 for 85 Large 3lz Sli U Bottle larO 2000 to r000 for the worlds championship STAG SOCIAL Under Auspices of Division 3 Will Close Hibernian Season Next Thursday night Division 3 A O IL will give a stag social at Its hall Seventeenth and Main streets and nil the State County and Divis ion officers of the three Falls Cities as well as Hibernians generally have been Invited to attend and to partake of Division 3s hospitality This will be the final division celebration until after Lent President Patrick T Sullivan Jolm Hesslon and D J Coleman are making arrangements for the social and those who lire acquainted with the capabilities and efficiency of these gentlemen are satisfied that it will be a treat intellectually and phy slcaily State President George J Butler County President Patrick Welsh and Presidents Thomas Keenan Con J Ford and John H Hennessy of Divisions 1 2 and 4 as well as many officers and members of the divisions in Jcffersonville and New Albany will be In attendance FORTY HOURS Tomorrow morning at the jut mass the beautiful devotions of this Forty Hours will begin at St Mar tins church on Shelby street concluding on Tuesday Rev Father Ohio will conduct the services and be i assisted by numbers of the local clergy St Martins Is perhaps the 1 largest Catholic congregation in t Louisville and ttbexpeeted the i tIlrongec1d JiUGllTmES CLUB wlllglvcBll 1 and Kentucky streets St Patricks I nijrhV r Marehll7i Coon musk will be I furnUhed oath f j pteaiant time Ihf aff cured al1lad attend i I 0r NEGRO MINSTRELS Great Treat in Store For Those Who Like Real Comedy performance Augustines church will be given in the parochial school hall 1411 West Broadway next Wednesday and Thursday evenings It will be a genuine negro minstrel show since all the performers are colored and members 01 St Augustines congregation The band the orchestra and the chorus are likewise all colored and those who witnessed the rehearsals say that a great treat is In store for nil who attend The Ilex Father Franck Felten pastor of St Augustines has been training the performers for several weeks and under his tuition they have arrived at proficiencyInstead ventional dress suit chorus the St Augustine minstrel chorus will ap pear as old time colored farm hands In the opening scene the men come In carrying spades shovels hoes and other farm implements as if at the close of the days work The master commends them for their days work bids them lay aside shovel and hoe pick up the fiddle and bow and enjoy themselves After that the fun is fast and furious with solos choruses quartettes and Comedy work No class of music will escape lIaJJenSchubertreceive just as much attention as ragtime in which the negroes excel The first part will close with an imitation of a negro band on Broadway monologuesdlllloAues sketches and the evening will close with a grand good night chorus The price of admission will be only twentyfive cents and Father Feltcn expects his white friends to attendon both evenings SORELY BEREFT Death of Father Schafer Is Seventh Loss in Few Years The lcv Father Joseph Schaefer pastor of St Johns church at Lewis burg nndone of the brightest Covingtondied placefrommorning and the Tllght Kev C P Macs oflclatcd at the solemn mass of requiem As many of the priests thetimeFather Schaefer was born at Xied verbrechcn Germany fortythree years ago lIe received his early education in his native land but priesthoodJune 29 1891 by BIshop Maes and his first duties were those of as sistant pastor at Corpus Christi church In Newport Later he was made pastor of Holy Angels church at Sand ordtown where he remained twelve years Three years ago he was made pastor of St Johns church at Lewisburg where lie re mained until his death The death of Father Schaefer is the seventh among the clergy in the yearsThethat time were Fathers Illenke Tap pert Kramer Smith Fey and Robbers Owing to the scarcity of priests in the diocese St Johns parish will be temporarily cared for by the Ttcv Father Alfred O F M of Cincinnati THOIWHTEUL WOMEN Indianapolis Auxiliaries Is Planning Home Por Workers Tune eight divisions of the Ladles Auxiliary A O IL in Indianapolis cltJforfundsliarTomlinson Hall on Monday evening creeI outgrowth of the experience of women prominent In the work of the auxiliary whose duties led them to the lodgings of the most un fortunate of the poor girls who cityAnprogramme has been arranged and opinIon give them a fair start toward the completion of their enterrplse LEARNING TRUE RELIGION t Washington society circles are agog over the that Mr andrumorMrs Edward B arc to join the Catholic church Mr McLean is the son of John 11 McLean owner of the Cincinnati Enquirer nnd his agoMissThomas F Walsh the millionaire of Washington and Denver Mrs Mc Lean was baptized a Catholic but was not educated in Catholic schools The young couple are members of the best social circles in the national capital are friends of Cardinal Gib bons and are beloved by alt who know them They are now receiving daily instructions in the CatholiC faith IHIECKLNRIDGE WEDDING Miss Marie McGary of Cloverport and Tony King of Irvington were wilted in marriage at 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