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J r t tj pv t i 1 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERI A- NtI tVOLUME 22 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 27 1909 PRICE FIVE CENT KNIVES OUT toBrItainsPuncture Lloyd George Budgetv i Momentous Vbek In the Upper House of Englands Parlinmentt Lord Lansdowne Is Accused ot Political Insanity by the PolUlcla s d LIBERALS SURE TO UN AGAIN This has been a momentous week in the British House of Lords and ere i now the culmination of the fierce fight on the LloydGeorge budget may have passed into history Time daily papers have very much the debateyet it was an pounced early in the week that the vote on Lord Lansdownes motion to reject the bill would come up for a vote on Thursday At the hour of going to press the result of the vote had not been announced on this side of the Atlantic but previous manipu lations indicated that Lord Lans downe would be supported by a large majority of the British peers On Monday Lord Lansdowne moved the rejection of the budget as he had previously announced Since then Lord Rosebery the Earl of Hals bury and other leaders on bothsides of the question have spoken in the upper House of Parliament A very large number of the Lords over 450 manyof them practically strangers to Parliament were assembled for the fray Less than onefourth of those were sworn beforehand to be favorable to the budget The gambling cle earlaswas five to one against the measure The first fighting was done on Mon PrivySealreading of the budget without com ment Lord Lansdowne thereupon precedents House of Lords could not amend a finance bill it had full right to discuss willcilTheto Lord Lansdowne Lord Loreburn the Lord High Chancellor and the Government leaderread very delib7 erateiyfrSm a paper he held It is my opinion that it is impossible that any Liberal Government can ever again bear the heavy burden of office unless it is secured against a repetition of treatment such as our measures have had to undergo for the yearsLord also said that there was nothing in the budget foreign to finance with which the House of Commons had the exclusive fight to deal The attempt of the Lords to interfere he declared was the begin which would lead to constitutional revolution Lansdownes action in moving the rejection of the budget is being roundly scored as a piece of political in sanity He has given to the Liberals and to the Irish Nationalists the golden opportunity for which they have been longing for more than half a century and the longing has been aggravated enormously by the action of the Lords during the last four years They have gone Out of their the Liberals would have to fight them or surrender all power and all hope way to provoke the Liberals and to bring things fo such a position that Never did a nation give a verdict so decisive indeed so crushingagainst i a party and a ministry as the verdict England the Liberals have shed a few seats are startling There are 670 members- in the House of Commons Of these 367 are Liberals 53 are Labor mem bers and 81 are Irish Nationalists Leaving out the Speaker who does not vote this leaves 501 against 168 a crushing majority on the side of time progressAnd House of Com mons representing so emphatic an in dorsement of progressive policy has sent up its bills to time House of Lords bills dealing with time school question with the question of licensing with Irish land with the abuses under the I voting system by which rich men can more easily acquire twenty votes than a poor man can obtain one when these bills have been sent up to the House of Lords it as calmly has re jected them as if the verdict of the country never had been given This must mean that whatever the people may say whatever party they may support whatever majority they may give the House of Lords alone really governs The House of Commons whenever a Liberal ministry is ini butJoess t Englishmen ever expect them to fightt even the worst grievance unless iit comes before them in concrete for lhite House of Lords then simply as a sec ond chamber without some definite issue would have been to invite de emergcncy they have given the Liberals the bes and most definite of all issues e question whether the money of the nation is to be controlled by the na lion or by an hereditary body of un representative men There can be no doubt about the re- D stilt of the general nTheLib eral will be returned to power A- Il I though their numbers may be d- a creased tfyejf will still have a consi erable MajorityJ Scotland will b- solida i Wales will besolid Irelandwf be solid on this issuei Yorkshire an j all the northern paris of England yfVl be solid too London will go wrong line ttia Tories mir P8 aver forty seats there but the Liberals will eon l back with n majority of something eightythreeIrishla big majority a majority big enough reform10fthe Lords will precipitate a general election in January and that m such an event the Liberal majority may be very niuuh reduced but by no means wiped out The uncertaity of the paralyzingthebility that the Government will have to raise a large loan tome t current expenses is making the money market uncertain for extensive private enterprises PEACE AND PIETY Is What Archbishop Sea ton Found While In Spain Advices from Rome to the secular daily press say Monsignor Robert Scton of New York Archbishop of I Heliopolis has just returned after more than two months spent in Spain f which he went through from Barce theIEamousmuch impressed with the orderly and religious spirit of the people in contradiction t to the revolutionary reports which often emanate from there Car whonotwithItrulySpanishhas followed with great interest Mon signor Setons Excursion and listened with attention to the impressions which the American prelate received highestAmericanfriends here are much interested in the investigations which the Congre gation of Rites presided over by Car dinal Martinclli former apostolic del egate to the United States is carrying on to establish the virtues of an an cestor of the Archbishop Mother Elizabeth Anne Seton who about one hundred years ago founded an order of Sisters of Charity in America The Pope is interested in the pro posed canonization of Mother Seton who would be the first real American saint as all other candidates to sanc tity in the United States were persons of foreign birth or extraction Elizabeth Seton was a daughter of Dr Richard Bayley whose wife Charlotte Barclay was a daughter of Andrew Barclay and Helen Roosevelt MARTYR TO DUTY Officer Will Murphy Shot While Attempting an- a Arrest Officer William Murphy Jr was shot and almost instantly killed while in the performance of his duty shortly after midnight Saturday night He was returning home from a social call when he heard several shots fired at Nineteenth and Baird streets He hastened to the scene and found a Murphydemandedfrom whence the shots came and told those inside he was an officer The door was opened and as the police man entered he was shot in the head The bullet lodged in his brain and he fell unconscious outside the door Rev Father Ford from St Pat ricks church was hastily summoned and administered the sacrament of ex treme unction Mr Murphy died while he was being removed to his h home a few blocks distant His funeral took place from St Cecilias churchon 1 uesday morning The Rev Father A J Brady celebrated the requiem mass and preached touching sermon Chief of Police Lindsey Night Chief Ridge and a escort of policemen followed the re cemeteryThe was twenty eight years old and had been a pier ber of the force for six years Durin the past year he had been stationed at the intersection of Fourth and Chest manlyinsuperior officers and of all who kner parentsWilliamii have the sympathy of the entire community in their great grief ASHLAND LADIES I Show Visitors What Their Hibernian Auxiliary Can Do the Ladies Auxiliary A O H ofE enjoyabledancelast week The affair was planned and executed by Mrs John B Burdiss Miss Kate Howard and Miss Kate Holmes Of course other Ashlar ladies and members of the A 0 H helped but the above trio were the prime movers The hall was elabo rately decorated and an orchestra had been secured from Columbus O The floor was ideal and the merry dancers made night of it inCmore pretty dancers on the floor and all more tastefully gowned than ever bounteoubuffets t joyed by all ni shaee were visitors from Huntington Iron ton and Portsmouth All went home feeling that the ladies know how to entertain and assured of the fact that when the A Oi IL Statet convention meets there next year the delegates will be well cared for 19NAHAYdeThe Very Rev Thomatf J Shahan llrector of the Catholic University t Washington D C hal een creii I dome tfe prelate to thVlPontiN oatl nun t Bam and difolfW with tiw title of Monaicnar r 0c y z r HIGHER Education Is One oi the Greatest Alms ot Cardinal Gibbons Issues Appeal For Annual Collection I For the Catholic University Asks For Moro Complete Endowment ol That Worthy Institution iI SENDS LETTER TO THE TRESS His Eminence James Cardinal Gib bons Archbishop of Baltimore not only believes in the efficacy of the s posible the clergy and laity His annual ap peal for funds and endowments for the beenissuedas members of the hierarchy and clergy have received routes of the let ter sent out by the Cardinal who is UniversityIn the yearThethe annual collection reached the sum of 9135655 He tells how the finances of the University have been thoroughly reorganized during the past six years and praises the retiring rector for his good work The Car dinals letter in part reads as follows Twenty years have passed since Theyhaveendeavor in the midst of difficulties For my own part Ican frankly say that no other project has occasioned me such deep concern just as no other has seemed to me so full of possibili ties for the good of religion But I have felt all along that even in this periodof early growth the University was doing a work which was absolute ly necessary and which no other in stitution could accomplish It has helped us to realize not only the im portance of Catholic education but also the urgent need of consolidating all our schools and of uniting all our efforts so that the Christian training which is given outs children in the ele mentary school may be provided like wise for those who pursue higher universityFrom duringthesChyodecades the actual situation lam convinced that now more than ever it iis neces sary that our schools should be per meated by a spirit that is truly re accordancewiththoroughly Catholic It is therefore gratifying to note that our teachers eagerly profit by every opportunity of studying educational problems and that many of them derive benefit from the work that is done in the Univer sity To extend this wholesome influence and thus provide our teachers with the requisite training under Catholic auspices the University in all its departments must be fully de veloped and the principles which iit upholds must be applied in all our schools In appealing therefore for a more complete endowment of the University I have chiefly in mind those schools which lay the foundation of Christian character and those teach ers who are charged with the delicate intao knowjedgc and of truthAnd I am further concerne nfor those Catholic parents who iin sending their children to our schools have a right to expect that these schools shall combine with the high advang tage of developing the sense of duty and the reverence for law both hu man and Divine which are qualifications of the Christian and vtime worthy citizen lam certain Right Bishbp that I have but expressed the hopes and the aspirations which iin the course of your experience and a religionhaveand I am confident that your more thorough knowledge of the needs of Catholic education in your diocese and immediate environment will add di rectness to this appeal and convfnc- the e faithful that the Bishops arc de termined to build up the University to the highest possible point of efficiency In accordance with the directions of the Holy Father the collection for the Unievrsity is to be taken up iin each diocese on the first Sunday of Advent or on the earliest Sunday thereafter which the Bishop may deem purposedNEW YORK NUNS Will Observe Centennial Cstabllshmentof Order The celebration of the es i Charityiin the diocese of New York on De cember 11 and 2 although elsewhere in the country it was held last Jun anniversaryThenhence the postponement On December 1la solemn lontfic 1 mass will be celebrated by the And bishop in St Patricks Cathedral The sermon will be preached by Mon rectorSt t Mothef Seton was christened in this musicfed f chUtfrM of local Catholic schools f follwirinir day will bt eipmaU- rlmrrcbss l by mM M to all the of ttw dio L cese in which school children will also take a prominent part The Order of the Sisters of Charity was founded in 1633 by St Vincent de I deIsimple vows and the duty of devotion to corporal and spiritualllworks of mercy The houses off time order in creased rapidly in numbet in France and elsewhere in Europe although the movement did not reach the United Kingdom until 1855 In the United States Mother Seton arranged to have a colony of Sisters come over from the mother order in France but this NapoleonAfter openedhousesNew York The latter house was in ArchbishopHughes andformedder a simpler and more practical rule GUNN DtJSTIN Theatrical Manager Slips Away to Become Benedict ofHopkinssurprisingtheir jierformedsas City at 6 oclock this morning and was followed by a nuptial mass SSRthe marital rite and officiated at the nuptial mass r aThepopularorganitand for several years past has been very active in putting on entertain ments for the Ancient Order of Hi andKnightsvent to Louisville will make quite an acceptable addition to Louisville Cath olic society circles Owing to the pressure of business comrelledtotripbutfriendsinto Louisville He has the best wishes of many friends here for his future success on matrimonial seas Few morefriendsTIMELY WIT Bishop McFaul NotCaught j Napping by Several Prlends rBishop McFaul of Trenton can tell a good story or turn the point of somebody elses story equally well In the course of a speech at the Columbus celebration recently the RevaJames A Reynolds of Red Bank J told several comic tales One of them referred to two Irishmen Mike prematurefiring i the air Mike being subsequently sent to the hospital for repairs and his memberby thefellowasked senses sufficiently to talk his wifet Mike dear when you were in the air were yoi cool calm and collect edt washiscollected speechbytompbilc to the Bishop splendiddeclaredthat I J and calm no matter how fast the carI went he hoped that his friends would a never find it necessary to have him J collected YETERlNARiAf newdwiuifituiitui jiuiuij nuvua any nun Kentuckynhandsomesbeen smiling at them through its columns since he InLouisville a student of veterinary surgery from thee1 1 beginning the practice of his pro t fesslon In Louisville Dr Chawk Tins t pnssuponvarious parts of time State and he theBluegrassUnder Dr Frank Eisenmnn he was Assistant City Veterinarian and was recommended for his present posl Hon by the State Hoard of Veterln nrinns Ills rise has been rapid as believe j everythinghe J PREMIERS BIRTHDAY ofthelebratedth0fl1lsbirth I intheOoycrnmentntoUawa day Ho received congratulations s lnlstrey r Wilfrid Is In excellent health al though it Is now thirteen years since he took the reins otCatiadh a timehl as well a i a great statesmen ofSACERDOTAL JUBILEE On December 86 Artehblehop o1Miesvethe I I ticlqe whet ordnlntd by Bishop Honn ta tto KaMt OMjr 4Utb + tL 1I- Y I 6 r HEROIC Priest Lends Itesciio Party at time IllFated Mine In Illinois IMen Were Starved and Prayed Until Relief Came to Sonic Many Believe Miracle Was Performed in Saving Lives ot Any FATHER HEANEY TELLS STORY That truth is stranger than fiction was once more evidenced last Satur day when twentytwo miners were brought to the surface at Cherry Ill after having been imprisoned in the daystoj eightyfive escaped restoration to fresh air light and sunshine was due to a miracle There were men of many nations in the mine and of various religious creedsIrish Italian Catholics Lithuanians Presbyterians When no help came after the first day they were almost in despair The fire in the mine had come after noon and when dinner pails were empty unless for a few scraps of bread and meat there was hot a meal for one man to say nothing of supporting almost two score These men headed by George Eddy one of the mine bosses built a barrier behind them toward off the smoke fire and noxious gases Then they sat down to await rescueThe tohusbandOne man had a pick and he dug in the lowest part of the gallery where they were confined until a few drops of dirty water was found To those enclosed men it was the sweetest of wine They prayed They chanted sanghymnswrote his will in Italian It is char languageHere havebeenthinkbutwriting in the dark because we Ihave safetylampsof tobacco some bark and some of my shoe I could onlchew it I notfraidmercy on met I think my time has propertyis Itisi must keep it You have been a good wife May the Holy Virgin guard sometimevery quiet down here and I wonder comradesGoodbyuntil together ofGodof the rescuing party to brave the dangers of entering the illfated mine was the Rev Father James P Hcaney IllOnminers cap and lamp and carried a hammeringr were heard Father Heaney worked bringing He was the first man to make hole through the barrier The caged nen begged for food FatherHeaneyI minute and give you all you want to eat In recounting what happened after the priest said I could not see anything back in there for the men were in tqtal dark rayethatwere about to rescue from the living Bythatdozen pair of glistening eyes shining out from black faces appeared in view tokeelt antheds wasdownsurface Qne of the men inside an swered back Most of us are all rightt and feeling fine but there is one poo retieFrankwhooafraid he will be dead in a few minutes if he does not get some fresh air tumbled thfightstotsdarknessover and met them throwing our arm around their necks and almost IlEtiu TheirJoywasinexpressablen our backs and continued to laugh an reverb thehoistinginsisted they were strong and VeIlI enough to walk out themselves The only trouble was they were threwblanketsthemnMy first move was to get after the rme ported dying I found him lastHoMingh ck yoiverJetul1alavelIminutedead he j Father Hennf also recounts stork 1 of unparalleled heroism on the part of the miners and claims no credit for the work that he did CIIOSE WISELY Able Men Selected Captains of Police By New Board Mayor W 0 Head made a number of new appointments this week so that there are ninny who have addi tional cause to give thanks for dnjChiefpolleeUehaelMaurice Ahern Joseph M Adams Frank Portman George M Brown and L L Ludwlck ell were promoted tromp the ranks and everyone of the seven is fully qualified to fulfill the duties that will devolve upon him as a policeman and as an executive officer Capt Hogan has been on the police force twenty years and has served as patrolman Corporal and plainclothes man Capt McAuliffe has been a patrolman for more than twelve years and has always been CaptAhern teen years send has been a terror to occasionsheInbattlesdesperadoesCaptofficer for fifteen years and part of the tImi was Lieutenant of police He Is one of the most popular men in time Fifth district Another good man is dipt Port man who has held many positions departmentCaptcity for at least a dozen years Last CaptLudwiclcnaturedfellowheartyhandshake appoIntmentsIoulsillell suffer by comparison vflth any cityThe afewDillonWilliamJames Richardson were named as foreman In the street cleaning department William Messmer and William Mann were named as as sistant foremen Supervisors of repaIrsthusLawler Illiody Minton Thomas Wellington M J Long and Frank Thelsen John Ryan one of time cltsiepurtmentIR MANLY STAND Taken by Gompers When Federation Honors Him When Samuel B Gompers had been PresidentofLaborthedelegatesPresidentGompers RangeCompanythe 2000000 workers affiliatedwith the Federation It doesnt make any difference PresidentGot cnforlaborWheneversought to stifle the voices of the lead behind eloquentThe will not be stilled It is the plea for the same old justice the Same old cry for lib IfMitchellourselves crawling before the court asking for forgiveness it wouldnt change the situation one jot There would be other men there who Withbecomingwith dignity and selfreliance we will wrongIllRETREATS Havens of Repose Fro Worlds Strife Por Men l ShealcS weekdproEesm during past summer and fall is desirous off making these retreats continuous or permanent In speaking of his plans thebackinghey announced that a building to costt tordhamdGardensHere laymegin meditation prayer and devotion The thd911 return t their respective avocations on 3fonda daySaturdaybusiness It is mended to have thi house always open so that one may weeY esied that similar retreats would be UniteStatesd HhESSEIdTime new school ot the Holy Angels countyi tlht ulBUw ai tile rempn1leitnuBdreas of then fuitand ehlklr atttni ed the psi i r STRAIGHT Talk From American Prolcs sor to Cultured Germant Citizens Decries tile AngloSaxon Hu si ness and Praises Our Nation 1 Pleases Subjects ot the Kaiser and Also Frightens the Britishers LEARNING FROM GODS CHURCH- Less than a year ago the heads of leading German and American univer sities agreed upon an international ex change of professors for certain TheGerman l to teach at Harvard at Princeton or at Yale While he is teaching young lessonsfromwith gotothey pickup additional culture while abroad There are certain Americans many of them Anglomaniacs who iiff Evenfmer President of the United States it Theidea 1 Churchitself taughtStcertainlrand the the people he visited hisEpistlesCorinthians and in fact to all of himselfSubsequently t sent its preachers and teachers to s every habitable land They carried the torch of faith they brought back + scientificthe world The Franciscans the Do minicans and the Jesuits have colleges professors confined to one nation There arc inFrenchwise there are French and German priests teaching in English and Amer- Ican Catholic colleges Even now prieststeachinuniversities of the Philippine Islands Apropos of this subject there is at professor smart enough to come back with givehis pointers on American patriotism He andBritishersweek on the occasion of a lecture be timeCultivationfame has spread to Berlin to Heidelberg and all over the Fatherland The PresidentBenjamin o UniversityPresident Wheeler told his audience which was composed for the most part of higher Prussian administrative of seriouslytoamong AngloSaxon races He de clared that they form an entirely dis tinct people with a language all their own and have a lively repugnance to being taken for British We dont wish to be taken for English asserted the lecturer as though we were renegade Britishers We dont wish to be judged according to English standards No form of artificial improvement in our language is more callous to American cars than the imitation of the English of the higher classes Anybody who brings anything of that kind home from a visit to England is immediately re garded as a snob stSadilyfastening mlotborroweddiJlecfAnglicisms toAmericauAmericanCountessesswarming at King Edwards court infectiopinto American ISbeingagalntdisparagement too great sensitiveness we think we t relarisespleasedthebeen copied in its entirety by the Cologne Gazette the principal semiofficial organ of the Kaisers Government The Germans particularly welcome amtcAngloGerman surance that the clasp of Hands Across the Sea between Johnny BunI itnseem SORRYc FmtanlitortYcadetshlp sat Annapolis had been rejected on account of nearsightedness He Is a manhoodgreet American naval academy Is generally regretted MARRIED AT COVINGTON Miss Frances Foley of Covlngton arid E E Clifford of Cynthlana viftgtonQatbedrall bridelst1iefalenteddanghteroftbel dtIIPCfblamiI I 4 4rnisiiA RIOAN 4 i KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGW t Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancemement Irish Americans and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens L Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY Sc t Entered it the LouUvllle POI UHIc i SMOBdCI J fUtttf Address all ComuDlcdloDl to thee KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Oreti St I H cOUNcIL t LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY NqvEMBER2J 1909 TILE VOTEAGILE MALADY The Womans Ilights or Suf fragette fad is growing among a certain class of hysterical females It seems they can not help it The r majorityof these suffragettes started out as mild mannered women some of them ladles of culture but they got the habit of yelling for womans rights and now they are unable to quit it It is really worse than the morphine or c opium habits Those people harm only themselves but the wildeyed suffragette breaks windows as saults men attacks all forms of government and attempts to wreak general destruction Only recently a crowd of these women faddists took possession of seats in a London theater and pre vented the performance which many ladies and gentlemen hind paid to see These mad women had no grievance against the actors or L owners of time playhouse Lloyd George Chancellor of the Ex rchequer was in the house and they wished to annoy him The London papers are telling of the frentdsh things done by one Kitty Marion Having scc red imprisonment which is tho goal of her type she bar ricaded her cell with bed sin tll refused food fouglt with her keepers and when released went on the lecture stage to proclaim herself a heroine If women suffragists are to win even half a triummnli they must first do something to suppress their infuriated sisters i If woman must help to frame the laws then she must in turn defend become soldier sailor policeman fireman detective Congressman and Senator Suppose the suffragette movement would take such a hold on Louisville that the women would demand office Say the Mayor would appoint a fire company en tirely of women On the very firat run the engine and reel would be brought to a standstill in front of a bargain show window and each j member of the company would nave to consult a mirror to see if her helmet was on straight The fire could go ahead and burn itself out Woman was not intended for rough work Her hand is not to boar the sword nor her eye to train tIme aim of deadly engines Much less Is she fitted to administer justice cold and rigorous Woman j is the minister of love and mercy not justice This voteache is a malady which is only likely to at tack women of excessive leisure A mother with a household of Chil dren does not suffer from it The 4 Ideal woman does not spend her time copying men in politics or in dress Her virtues are best dis played at home which is her king dom where she rules supreme i LACKS OBSERVATION Bather peculiar Is it not to hear of a man named McCabe attacking the Catholic church Yet such is the case McCabe has just published a book in which lie declares that the nOmaD church is dying What has this man McCabe been reading Where are his powers of observa ysiSurelythe magnificent growth of the Catholic church in the United States in Canada in Australia and even In England Every persecution of the Catholic church has made it stronger When its priests and nuns were denied their rights and priv eleges in Ireland and in France they came as missionaries to the United States and to Canada Some went to far off Australia Ina century the Catholic church In the UniteU States has grown from a member ship of 250000 into the largest and most powerful religious creed In tho country c A century ago the only Catholics in Australia were a few Irish trebels with perhaps a rebel priest for their pastor Today Aus tralia has its own hierarchy its own CaroInalandc t gationseverywherc Catholics in Canada Is rapidly In creasing Its Premier and many of its leading statesmen are Catholics Catholic priests Bishops monks lay brothers andy nuns are at work in every section of Asia and Africa Catholic mlfulonaries do not follow civilization but civilization fol1- ow8lItblm No Mr McCabe the Koman church Isi not dying It will live and flourish when all 1U traducers hare jM LJnto jfnomlnouB oblivion BRITAINS WAR 0CAKX Lord Charle Bedhe bead orthe British nsvy bai just tpi4 the pMpfe IJf Bagfend s feW tfefoff th1 at rt th y 4 could not have been more surprisedI I had he mustered the battleships andl bombarded every town on the coast of Albion lie was speaking a few nights ago to the electors of sorts mouth and told them There is no proper organizationt t lof the British fleet for War TheI battleship programme is inadequate I TIll fleet is short of medium cruisers and suitable torpedo craft Stores arc insufficient and haveI I been dangerously depleted Dock accommodations are deficient for heavy ships already afloat There is no proper provision for heavy shipsI under construction There is no adequate war reserve df coal but tIle most disturbing fact in thet naval situation is the shortage oft men an evil which is accentuated by the inevitable increased require ments of the future The deficiencies named will become morei apparent in the near future Confi dence among employers and capital ists in our supremacy at sea is threatened for the first time since the battle of Trafalgar This declaration from the Irish head of the English navy came like a bombshell and should Lord Bores ford make many more speeches likei this one ho will scare the Britishers Into fits The German invasion war scare is only a pigmy in comparison byLordFRANCE IS APPALLED Trance is not helping itself as a nation by abusing the Catholic church It can not expect immi gration and the decrease in population has begun to grow appallng even to the ledders of thei Briand republic Official statistics I for the first six months of theI present year show a decrease of 12092 births and an increase of 25091 deaths for tho corresponding period of last year Dr Bertlllon the French scientist gives thisI peculiar explanation of the diminu tion in births That the evil couldl be best combated by allowing moreI freedom in the matter of drawing up of wills France is time only country in Europe in which the birth rate is diminishing and theI thelawI of property among children That may be a French scientistsI view but to others It soundl ridiculous Let France return to religion and righteousness and her population will grow apace ATTITUDE OF PEERS The DritIsh on selfishness on cupidity on theI theory that prosperity has itsI rights without any of its duties andl obligations It would even obliterateI party and factional lines and not mInorityaclass honesttollmnjorityJlOseskilll and energy have made England what she is today The Lords would perpetuate the oldtime ascendancy of thatmlnorlt whatthethetimecommon people will wrest their rights from the Lords wrestedMngna Wife desertion Is becoming one of tIle great evils of the times A punishment wouldbemorItaldeserterprisonwith totljeThe YlcarGeneral atreatisethatstDnrcelonoSpain goodmanclaimhimThe shouttlgict11anksseason is publicv1lithe an tahboys1 WILT FIT THE JOB StiteAuditorass candidate for the Democratic lilaStateaa horseshoer a tabor leader and an fjheetlltorofthfhimltoadyenteredTheStatei1pNoUe forthehareit1 tioa bhsfed jpJtJj MARY OUR MOTHER Oh If thy Motherhood Worthy of woman be Maid of the Precious Blodl Speak thou to inc Anti in the silence cold And in the darkness fold Round Tne thy robe of gold Maiden and mother mine I Never neath earths sunshine Found I love like thine Wander whereer I will Thou art my Mother still Who my dull spirit brings Even from lowly things Unto the feet of kings Irish Monthly Ii SOCIETY I i i SMrs Jack Gilbert entertained her bridge club on Tuesday Mrs John P Hanley spent lastI week visiting friends in Frankfort tMiss Nora Reedyof Crescent Hill is visiting friends in Frankfort Miss Rose Wnthen has as her guest Miss Louise Uhlhorn of New Orleans Misses Julia and jose OMalley of Oakdale are guests of a house party at Martlnsville Ind Mrs Thomas Murphy of South Louisville has as her guest Mrs J D Archer of Cprbln I IlIss Mary Cain has returned fromI Cloverport where she was the guest of Miss Marie Graham Gus Lanning is slowly recovering at St Josephs Infirmary from a delicate surgical operation Mrs H J Strong and Mrs William Thalheimer spent the Thanksgiving holidays in Gallatin Tenn Miss Alcoa Moran of Crescent Hill entertained her Five Hundred Club on Wednesday evening Mrs C J Elbrlck and little son are visiting their father Major Ud ward Burke 01 Crescent Hill Mrs Thomas Shively of SouthI Louisville is entertaining lier friend Mrs Mary Wagner of Pittsburg Mr and Mrs Larkin Adams andI niece Miss Katherine Halllnan all of Portland are visiting relatives in Chicago Miss Mary Agnes BroderIck enter tamed the R E Euchre Club at her home in Portland on Wednesday evening Mr and Mrs A J Meagher enter tamed a party of friends Monday evening at fthelr home on West Broadway Mrs J Baxter Kremer has as her guests Miss Marie Damof Lexing ton and Miss Elizabeth Lockert of Slinpsonville Thomas J Shelley Coleman Mc Devitt and Capt James Jacobs will leave tomorrow for an indefinite stay in Mexico Dr I W McGinnis of New Castle and Misses Martha and Edith Mc Ginnis and Miss May Elllston have sailed for Europe Mrs W D Lawrence of Jeffer sonville spent them Thanksgiving holidays in Evansville as the guest of her sister Mrs Patrick JUIcy Misses Jennie and Margaret Mc Kcnna have returned to their home at Fairfield after a pleasant visit to Mrs C A Curtin of Crescent lull JosephCmiI church on Wednesday afternoon The Rev Father A J Brady offi elated Mr and Mrs Stephen Dunigant celebrated their twentieth wedding anniversary on last Sunday and were the recipients of many con gratulations daughterl giving holidays with Miss Edith Harris of 403 West Market street New Albany Miss Eleanor sabelle Christ and John B Rapier are to be united in marriage in February The brideto be is the talented daughter of Mr and Mrs George J Christ Miss Ellen Wathen who has been attending Nazareth Academy came home Wednesday to spend the Thanksgiving holidays with her par ents Mr and Mrs James A Wathen grantedthisJames A Murphy Miss Katherine F OConnell and Charles F Potts Miss Catherine Doolaii and John C Dell Miss Lillle Wagner and ha Glazier popular young people of South marriagebyThanksgivIng Miss Gertrude Niemann a popular vocalist made quite a hit at the en tertainment given by the Columbia eveningUer manded by the chubIIIMiss Mary Burns and Frank Wolf were married at bt Williams church at4 oclock on Wednesday after noon the Itev Father Denis Murphy officiating Mr and Mrs olf have begun keeping house at 1219 ZaneI street J Mis Elsie Plengeaeier and louis l L Uelke were united in raarrlnge atJJ St Peters ehureh at 9 oclock Thursday morning The i LevlFather Jerome Preisser Q JM l Officiated and celebrated time nuptial hlghmaai MiM Carrie Bi Earl and Prank C pvta were married in the rpetory of Holy Trftiity churtU Yew Albany on Wednesday evetrny Tie Rev Fatb r arran officiated The yon- uIyweil knors Mr and Mrs William J Chawk of 1270 South Floyd street were so busy praising time stork that they altogether overlookeJI tIme Thanks giving turkey A new baby girl has arrived and a new name for the little miss lis being looked for Miss Mary Veronica McDowell and i Fred D Fryxehl popular young le0 pie of the East hind wore united In marriage at St Johns rectory on Wednesday afternoon The Very Rev Dr George AV Schulimann oft ciated The bride is the charmingi daughter of Mr and Mrs Albert McDowell Miss Lillian Wemert and Theodore ofit t fi30 oclock Wednesday evening The Rev Father Ohio officiated After a short bridal trip Mr antiI1r Mrs Paul will begin housekeepingr at 2407 West Market street Both young people are well and favorably known in German Catholic circles Miss Anna Elizabeth Wicst anti1 Robert E Hancock were married atIt the Cathedral of the Assumption att 630 oclock Monday morning The ceremony was perforated by the Very Rev Father P M J ROCK The attendants were Miss Pauline Kponz and Roscoe Conkling After a briefi trip to Cincinnati and harem county Mr and Mrs Hancock will reside att Brook and Breckinridge streets The bride is a charming young lady off Portland and Mr Hancock is Clerk of the Cqunty Court Friends ofj both young people are offering hearty congratulations CATHOLIC SISTERHOODS Wheri tIle Catholic church firstL tried to plant Sisterhoods in Amer ica they met with indifferent success The English Carmelites were the first to arrive reaching Balti more in 1790 But they were a cloistered order and met with so many discouragements that they didII not succeed After them came the Poor Clares They were also a cloistered order and failed to gain a foothold But out of their efforts grew the new community to which Dr Neale gave the rule of the Visitation order which has flour Ishcd ever since and embraces the famous Georgetown D C convent By 1820 five orders had succeeded i in getting a foothold on American soil A score of years later the native American spirit begun to be felt and it resulted in the burning of the convent of the Ursuline Nuns in Boston The period of persecution happily religIous agitation of the early nineties served only to direct attention to the splendid work the Catholic sisterhoods were doing It nas been so too with the sporadic outbreaks since that day The work of Catholic Sisters needs but to be known to be admired Time highest tribute that time Protestant churches can pay to them is the formation of orders of Protestant Sisters such as those within tho Episcopalian anti Lutheran churches in recent years to do similar classes of work NOTRE DAME LEADS Notre Dames foootball team now holds the championship of the Western colleges While Minnesota has been recognized as the conference champions their defeat at the hands of Michigan last Saturday has made their honor an empty one If the result of the games played this year and the records of the teams are taken into consideration and there is nothing else to count upon then tho crown must be conceded to tho Notre Dame eleven The Hoosiers have not been taken seriously by most of the followers of the Western game this year but tho one fact remains and that is they defeated the Univer sity of Michigan team that cleaned up tho Gophers In such decisive fashion This with the fact that they have not met defeat entitles them to the championship It has been said that Notre Dames victory over Michigan was one of luck but according to those who know the Catholics beatI down the Wolverine defense by noth- Ing more than superior football The honor has come to the Iloosiers when It was hardly looked for but now that they have it they must be duly recognized HAD EVEXTFUL LIFE James F Egan Swordbearer to the Dublin Municipal Council whoI died recently had an eventful life He was a native of Limerick but early In life went to England whoreI he was engaged in hardware business In his early days he was a keen sup porter of the extreme Nationalist section In Irish politics and a mem ber of the Fenian organization Shortly after the Phoenix Park mur ders he was arrested in Birmingham where he was then living when It be came known to time authorities that a member of tho extreme Nationalist party who was stopping with him had several bombs in his possession He was tried convicted and sentenced to twenty years penal servitude a llarge portion of which ho served On his release he went to the United States where he took an active interest In tho movement to secure the amnesty of political prisoners still In prison in Ireland and It was while there that he was selected as City Swordbearer in Dublin CARDINAL SATOLLIS VIEWS The Roman correspondent of the New YorkTimes writes that Cardinal SatolH former Papal Delegate to the United States had recovered sufficiently to pay his respects to Pope Pius X on the occasion of his Episcopal Jubilee last wee Ihu Pontiff was greatly pleased to see the Cardinal again and they discussed many questions including time growth of Catholicism in Amer lea which Cardinal SatollI has fol owed since he was Apostolic Delegate at Washington He lIasI repeatedly expressed time view that the United Sttes81ioul1 have a larger representation in time Sacred College He iIs of the opinion that the West and Middle West par ticularly need a Cardinal PAT XNWlIgliuih TonrlstRaflo eat are you ilfginr i boIs Itsr be Jtajr ad sMAM Tm Jfegta s toftrtf the koto fettiai t POPULAR PHRASE Is as Old as the Nation That It Always Represents The expression Uncle Sam is as old as the nation itself Not long be fore the War of the Revolution certain public stores on the banks of the Hud son were in charge df one Elbert An derson The regular Government in spectors for that district were Ebenc 1 zer Wilson and his uncle Samuel Wil son The latter was a jolly old chap popularly known as Uncle Sam In the shipment of stores to the An derson depot they were invariably marked E AUS in addition to the regular shipping directions What docs U 5stand for Anderson was one day asked Why Uncle Sam of course re plied the storekeeper Like every gdod jest that one traveled far and wide When the Rcvolu tion began the Wilsons and other pa triots carried it into Washingtons army and so it has been handed downI to us to be cherished to the end ofi timeVhen i otfididnt take him long to evolve the tallI figure of Uncle Sam with his red white and blue raiment and tall lint The figure with its paintbrush whisk ers that we sec so often these days asI representing the American Government is Nasts own creation- ThANKSGIVING WEDDING A pretty Thanksgiving wedding was that which united Miss Kather ine Doolan and John Dell It was solemnized at St Louts Bertrands church at 6 oclock on Thursday morning The ceremony was per formed by time Rev Father Flood 0 P After the nuptial mass the bridal party was tendered a reception at the home of the brides par ents 713 West St Catherine street After a bridal trip through the Squlh Mr and Mrs Dell will reside temporarily with tIme brides par ents The bride is a daughter of Martin Doolan the oldest employe of the Standard Oil Company in Louisville and a sister of John Doolan an active member of Divis ion 4 A O II Mr Dell is employed in the mechanical department of time Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company ATTENDED POPES JUBILEE Monsignor Walsh Bishop of Port land Maine and Monsignor Burton Bishop of Clifton England were the only representatives of time Eng lish speaking world at the episcopal jubilee of Popo Pius X last week TIme celebration was very quiet During the day congratulatory tele grams were sent Ills Holiness by tIme King of England Emperor of Ger many the Regent of Bavaria and from many Bishops throughout time world On Sunday last between 35000 anti 40000 people assembled in St Peters Cathedral to take part BIshopWalshRome MOCKED HOLY TIUNGS A special cable to the Philadelphia North American dated at Rome bears this intelligence An anti clerical butcher at Potenza outraged a shrine of the Madonna and forced his dog to lick the image Time butcher fell senseless and assumed the rigidity of death He was conveyed to a hospital where he recovered but he was mad He barks like a dog The inhabitants of Potenza are convinced that a miracle was performed and are flocking in pilgrimages to the shrine where sol emn functions in reparation of the outrage are being held VENERABLE MATRON DEAD Time funeral of Mrs Mary Mag dalena Gast who died at her res idenco 1518 West Walnut street on Saturday afternoon took place from TuesdaymornIng requiemMrsold and was the widow of 4nton Gast who passed away about a year ago Since his death Mrs Gast has been in falling health Two sons Jacob and Adam Gast survive her She was held In high esteem on account of her devotion to church and charity MAY SUCCEED IUMSELF splendid Control for charitable Institutions His term will expire in January but since the law provides that the Gov ernor must have two Democrats and two Republicans on the board it is likely that Gen Haley will be named to succeed himself If he wants to be reappointed it is very probable that Gov Wlllson will give him the place as he has a high regard for the ability of the young Democrat MASONIC THEATER Dustln Farnum will present his greatest success Cameo Kirby at Masonic Theater during the first half of next week The usual mat- Inee will be given on Wednesday During the last half of the week that young actor of romantic and heroic roles Arnold Daly will ap pear in Paul Hervienp vital drama Know Thyself There will be a matinee on Saturday MAOAULEYS I Robert Hilliard comes to MacauI leys Theater next Monday In Porter Emerson DrownesplayA Fool There Was The drama was sug gested by KlpllngV poem TheI Vampire Mr Hllilard has a com petent supporting if company The show will continue all week with the usualmatlneeson Wednesday ja anti Saturday MANY VACANCIES The number of vacancies in the College of Cardinals is abnormally 2argethan when Pius X WM elected Pope It has boen two JMUW Mea Itit4HtoM IUfHk bM mm4I coUs a sasiiwj ffi f i t4 414 e t + 4 HOME PHONE 6687 CUMB Main 2712a HENRY FUOHS t FLORIST tPlants Designs and Cut Flowers GREENHOUSES STORE Charles and Texas Sts 556 4th St pgcS l 4 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUSI I Late News That Will Interest I Members Here and Elsewhere New Albany Knights gave a ordd for members and their friends Monday night Time councils of Hamilton county Ohio are preparing for a joint initi ation at an early date The council at Green Bay Wls has compiled and published a list oft 1150 books for Catholic readers in the public library there Newport Council one of the best in Kentucky threw open its ne club rooms in the Newport NationalI Bank building to public inspection on Thanksgiving day The Knights have an elegantly appointed suite pfr six rooms RECENT DEATHS Time funeral of Mrs Helena Jansen wlio died at the family residence Friday morning of last week took place from St Anthonys church on Monday and was largely attended Time deceased was fifty four years old and Is survived by her husband Gerhard Jansen She was well and favorably known in the West End The death of Mrs Kstello Trcanor Banks which occurred at tIme family residence 2525 Portland avenue on Friday afternoon is generally re gretted The deceased was a young matron of lovable character She is survived by her husband Gcorgo Banks The funeral took place from St Cecilias church on Sunday after noon and many old friends of the family were in attendance Carl Rothhas time twentyyearoldI son of Mr and Mrs Louis Hothhas died at the family residence 417 Marret avenue on Saturday morn ing Ills funeral took place from St Pauls church on Monday morn Ing The Rev Father Thomas A York celebrated tIme mass of re fittingfuneral manyfriendsAPOSTLES AS NEWSPAPER MEN To time stupid objection sometimes made to Catholic periodicals that time apostles did not use time press the Catholic Transcript replies Tho apostles did not use time press for about the same reason that they did not use the trolley car the bicycle the automobile time tele graph scud the ocean greyhound But if we have properly appreciated1 the character of the twelve cape cinDy after the transformation off Pentecost we can affirm without hesitation on that as a matter of fact were St Peter and his corn panions alive today they would each wield time pen and apart from thei time actually employed on their apostolic excursions they would be diligently occupied preapring ex planations and defences of Catholic truths If St Paul were living undoubtetllybewceldybut1 t GETTING WELL FAST Andrew Mahar one of the most popular young menin Jefferspnville and who has been suffering fromI HospitalInciently to be removed to the homo of his mother on East Court street lie was formerly Assistant Chief of departmentbut MlchlgnnCitypears to be on the highway to complete and speedy recovery CLOSE OF RETREAT The retreat for the girls anti young ladles of St Vincent de Pauls church which has been in progress since Wednesday evening will be brought to a close after solemn vespers at 230 oclock tomorrow afternoon Both time pastor the Rev Father A J Thome and lila assistant Father Rueff arc well pleased with the attendance and de votion Tomorrow is time feast of St Cecilia patron of the girls and young ladles sodalities THIRTIETH ANNIVERSARY PhilipMcGovernWednesday evening by rushing in to congratulate them on the thirtieth anniversary of their wedding There were thirty couples in the surprise party and each couple brought along something to add to time feast After an enjoyable evening the guests left wishing Mr and Mrs cGovern ninny happy returns of the day MACKIN COUNCIL I The attendance at Mackin Council Monday night was unusually large and President Louis J lUcifer occu pled time chair Only one member was reported ill The discussion over the proposed Change in time funeral benefit law was spirited but further discussion was postponed until the next meeting Before the meeting adjourned the council made I generous donation td the unfortunate J miners DIED IN JEFFBRSONVILLB Residents of Jefferaonville gen erally regret the death of Mrs Mary o1an wife of Michael IfplaB which tookplagether reeldenee MO I Broadway on Sunday The deoeaMd was born in IreIndfUtyto years 1 0 tat had tpMU kwrljr all her I p fil u- II The IIIWomanl I Thou Qavest Ale IIIFrom Adam down men have C been unjustly laying the I SoIII m UU her name and propose to rthat YOU will put into it week as much as SHE herII and put in from J 1II ft JJsave a allowance year and youll Keep III IIIIIIwIwIIi ISavings man Ilif I Il J JBank m 00 andiTrust Co Fifth and Court Open daily until 3 p PlaceUIi Saturday MONEY until TO 7 p UI ll ua 7c7wLysBeginning Monday Night and All Week With Saturday Matinee ROBERT HILLIARD In the Play That Electrified New York A FOOL THERE WAS- A Company of Great Class A Play of Great Power A stage equipment of great beauty The Ocean Liner Scene is wonderfully realistic NEW MASONIC WednesdayNights DUSTIN FARNUMIn His Greatest Success OAJVIJE5O KIRBYThursday Friday and Saturday Night and Saturday Matinee ARNOLD DALYI- n Paul Hervlus Vital Drama 1rov THYSELF Gtias fl Rogers BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a vail and Inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city Books Magazines and Religious Articles Or XVJERT JORIPTION 434 West Jefferson Street CB THOMPSON LORIST SpecialtyFloral 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1080 attentioDiand satisfaction guaranteed Falls City Cleaning and Dye Works J M QARVGY Manager EXPERT CLEANER and DYER Skirts Cleaned and Pressed 75c Suits Cleaned and Pressed 160 All Work Guaranteed Or No Pay Home Phone 5892 416 S FIFTH ST Central Furniture Go Incorporated N W Corner Third and Green We Furnish the Home Complete on Easy Payments WM CALLAQHAN Mgr Sales Dept life In Jeffersonville She Is sur vived ther husband land two daughters Misses Anna and Susie Nolan She was held in high esteem by a large circle of acquaintances placefromwaslargelyattendef1 ST XAVIEJVS DAYS n Next Friday will be the eaat day of SK Xavier patron of the OUa BroadwayTh u appropriate reJlliouB service aid the 60 students will lie gfvm 4 holiday i s I IRISH A1 ERXOAN f- KENTUOKY aNNoNNeNNeN t N MONUMENTS I In order to make room for the enlargement of our workshop we offer our extensive STOCK OF FIRST CLASS MONUMENTS at exceediiingly low prices Call arid MULDOON MONUMENT CO Ii 318320 WEST GREEN STREET NNNN NNNON N HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 c J BARRETTS SONSi FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS a S3S East NIa1ni Street r D J DOUGHERTY SI MCELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2098 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET tttttlNNNNN ONONNN4NNN4t1NN N NN + NN1N t J J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 Y TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS crrlSftrtFXedon 1531 W MARKET STREET ONNN NN4i NNNN + NiNN N Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETW J TELEPHONE 31O THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All calli promptly attended to day or night Carriages uroUhed for all occu ono 1225 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers I KATIE AGNES SMITHv LADY EMBALMER Winning and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty HOME PHONE 1077 BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses Hele trope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ i THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTllAVE Both Phenes 223 u PRIVATEI HOSPITAL Flft THE CARE 8F INSANE ANN EPILEPTIC PATIENTS IJ The SIsters of MiKcy of Jeffersonyllle lad own and manage i private hospital for the Gate and treatment of ICMM aw f epileptic patknU Both male and femah I patieat are admitted Rates veryjrtai s oorblrFor Jnrtber particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA r ffWftC 7X HOMTAL ffplii It 1tNMweML Iris MODERN METHODS I keep thoroughly uptodate with all the newest and best materials and methods My prices are moderate and my work of the highest class DR HENDRICKSDENTIST 436 West Market Street PETER M ANORIOT SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERS CxrKrAH+kIg aid Riibhr Tires 205 AND 207 WEST QUEEN STREET nENHYAJA J PULLS DYER AND CHARE lNbe 114 Aalt WutMC Nl1 n WIll wrrn W fifth SOr t HIBERNIANS What They Have BeenUolrI the Past WeekOenersl News Notes The next State convention of the order in Massachusetts wtll be held at LowellWith the new year will come a new County Board A number of new faces are looked for The Ladies Auxiliary of Division 2 of St Paul will confer the degrees on a large class Monday night It will soon be in order for the County Board to arrange for the ob servance of Stt Patricks day The bazar for the benefit of St Pat ricks church in Denver was opened by the Hibernians last Monday A lively election is looked for at the next meeting of Division 11 Every member has been notified to be pres entThe Ladies Auxiliary will meet next Wednesday night when the officers hope for a large attendance to hear their reports The Ladies Auxiliary is grateful to Dan Dougherty for the use of his carriage on the occasion of the anniversary celebration Division 2 meets next Friday night at First and Market and at the suc ceeding meeting will close a remark ably successful year A new division of the Ladies Aux iliary is to be organized at West Ha ven Conn More than fifty have made applicatipn to enter as charter members Ashland Hibernians are losing no time in preparing for the next State convention They promise to make the social part surpass any that is re memberedA mass for all deceased members of the Ladies Auxiliary of yesterday Corrigan at St Josephs church John W Dorsey former State Pres ident and one of the best known Hi againbeen7 of Syracuse without opposition Every division should see to it that all candidates receive the degrees be fore the close of the year With two initiations arranged for there should be a good increase in membership Division 11 of Dorchester Mass is the youngest and at the same time the largest division in Suffolk county It was organized on April 4 last and now has a membership of more than 300 The order is increasing in numbers everywhere in Ireland During the past few months many new divisions have been instituted The only draw back is the split that exists over mat ters political Reports from across the river say that both the Jeffersonville and New Albany divisions have hada very prosperous year It is strongly hint ed that they will be represented in the next State Board Thursday night Division 3willmeet and an interesting feature will be the discussion of plans for future work All members should attend and participate in the selection of officers for the ensuing year JohnKeaneyhave given splendid service to Divis ion 2 during the year now ending To indebtedforDivision 1 of Brockton Mass is thirtysix years old It has a club house worth 20000 and it is yielding 20 per cent per annum on tHe invest ment of the members It also sup ports two uniformed juvenile divis ions and during the past year has paid out 3600 in sick benefits SUCCUMBED TO BURNS Mrs Hannah OMara died at her home 1820 Owen street on Tuesday morning as a result or burns sus tained a fortnight ago She was attempting to start a fire with coal oil when the flames reached her clothing and before assistance came to hanu was burneu terribly from the waist up to her head The funeral took place from ot Patricks church on Thursday morning The deceased was the widow of Michael 0IIara and had many friends to mourn her unfortunate death SALE OP FANCr WORK The Sisters of the Good Shepherd will hold a Christmas sale of beau tiful needle and art work the handiwork of the Sisters and their pupils at the Knights of Columbus club QnDecemborKrieger is Chairman of the Ladies Committee in charge of the work Many handsome articles will be dis posed of at reasonable prices TALLEST CARDINAL COMING Cardinal VIncenzo Vannutelli will cross the Atlantic next year to attend the Eucharistic Congress which will be held in Montreal Before returning he expects to visit many Cardinal ance of any ecclesiastic in Rome Although seventythree years old he is as straight nsa popular and six feet three inches tall LONG LEAVE OF ABSENCE Bishop Hendrlck of the diocese of Cebu Philippine Islands has re ceived permission from the Holy See for a prolonged stay in the United States on account of ill health lBs labors and the climate have made serious inroads on his constitution During his absence the affairs of the diocese wilj be administered by AuxiliaryBishop I BRANCHING 7 0UTf The ever progressive order of Jesuits have purchased a site for a new university in Nashville Tenn The tract of land contains thirtyone acres and ib8Qrder prevously conuguoustothethe new tract was 4500 r JtflLK PUNCH Ono pint 1of ink nuwle fWMt r a wlnVfUuful of brandy or rum wall stirred tOMtber mt t little put mf evw the top of the V n ton vtth w trr4 w fat ucla fY oj r FOR DECEASED PRIESTS This morning the Rev Father Charles P llaffo will celebrate amass of requiem for the deceased priests of tits diocese On last Sat urday ho offered tip the mass for the deceased members of tho Altar Society FORTY nouns PRAYER Tomorrow will be the first Sunday in Advent and as is custbmnry the Forty Hours prayer will begin at the Cathedral at tho late mass tit 1030 oclock The exercises will close Tuesday morsllmgiI FOR W01IANS EYE Every other hat seems turned up at the left side There is an enormous vogue for full draperies Time little bonnet is coming in for evening occasions Ottoman clotha woolen material with a raised ribIs fashionable The smartest overcoats for me small boy are doublebreasted with plain coat sleeve Jet buttons are a favorite mode of adding the invaluable touch of black to a colored garment There is little limitation upon the length of sleeve but the general ten dency is toward shorter ones Black and black and whiteor magpie effects bid fair to remain In favor all through the winter The puff Is again in evidence it adorns the sleeve anywhere seem Ingly between the shoulder andI wrist plaitedblackin trimmings not only for coats and gowns but for hats BlucK hats may be worn withI everything and are always a wise choice for the woman who may not invest in many chapeaux There are renewed predictions i that the old hip panlers are to come back into style and that it will be before the winter is crier Some of the handsomest evening and house dresses are glove fitting princess forms with a leaning to i ward the stiff boned waist portion Nothing makes a more attractive afternoon gown than the silk ana mercerized cotton mixtures These are to be had in a wide variety of lovely colors WHITEN LINENS j rut to soak over night one tea spoonful of cream of tartar to everyII quart of water When ironed they will be snow white- PItOIIIIIITION J I STORY i A prohibition candidate in Kansas had so much campaign literature leftover that he stored It In his barn not thinking about the cows The cows ate the prohibition literature andI every cow on the place went dryII r PRECAUTION I Jj John dont you think we ought to build a warmer chicken house But the hens need ventilation MI know it love but just think if they were to freeze their feet theyII might lay cold storage eggs I POTATOES AU GUATIN Boil as many potatoes as needed in the jackets Peel and cut in small cubes Put a layer of potatoes in a baking dish and sprinkle with salt 1 and pepper Now grate Sweltjier cheese plentifully over them and dot with butter Put more potatoes and more cheM until pan is full CoverII top with cracker crumbs and pourtt a cupful of rich milk over qnd bake about thirty minutes Serve from pan you baked them in This is a I fine dish but use no other than Sweitzer cheese KEEP THEM EMPLOYED Always keep the children employed if you want td keep them out of mischief If you dont find them something to do be it ever so trifling they will probably find an occupation for themselves very likely the one thing you dont wont them to do No matter what is be ing done it should bo done to the best of the childs ability and neat ness and care should always be praised and encouraged Children love to be employed and next to an occupation they await immediate recognition for the work done and praise for successful effort En couragement will not hurt the nor mal child I DAUGHTERS ROOM r Every mother should where it li possibble permit her daughters to furnish their rooms according to their own taste Only in this way a girl can find an opportunity to express herr own individuality Even where it Is not convenient to allow the daughter to do tho furnishing mothers can encourage the selection of good photographs and ornaments with which to decorate Some of the pleasantest rooms in many homes are those in whIch tha daughters of the house have been allowed to show their individual taste The care and arrangement of such apartments have proved sources of continual pleasure and development to the girls JUANAGING CHILDREN The oldfashioned way of bringing up children while it is despised by modern mothers has much to its credit In those days of decent liv ing children obeyed There was no parentsaidthe minute Possibly those old timers did not know all the latest scientific methods of feeding their children but they managed to rear ft fairly healthy race The old fash ioned doctor looked over the one who seemed to be a little under the weather and prescribed diet free dons from school Aplenty of sleep and a moderate amount of play Usually a week or two of r818- Uthat waanesdedNowadays nofh Ug lose than M entire change of air a ma voyage a trained nurse and above all absolute freedom from contradiction pears to be aeeawry IRELAND Record of the float Important ol the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Great progress is being made in time temperance movement in and around Armaghresolution I workIof ten to six j Fermoyhasof Peace for the County Cork At present there are 692 patients in AsylumtheAll the dead walls in Drogheda and havebeenextensively enlistment posters JpresentedJudgej DerryQuarter SheebydiedfwasfiftysevenLord Arran has withdrawn his ma 1 CastleGoreof purely accidental origin CountyDown 1 wasbornatTannagamoreHart an aged farmer was killed by one of the limbs falling upon him Michael McQuaide an employe of the Cavan and Leitrim railway was stationDeathNegotiations for the purchase of their holdings by the cottier tenants- on Earl Fitzwilliams estate in Wick low have been broken off temporarily John Bower a mill hand at Retna pack County Donegal became en tangled in the machinery and was instantly killed He leaves a wife and nine children John Conlon a farmer of the Car CountyMonaghani feeding ery is doubtful Mrs Catherine Boyd wife of a JLimavady laborer who was burned in a futile attempt to rescue her little daughter from flames has succumbed to her injuries John Royal a nineteenyearold youth of Naas County Kildare was thrown by a fractious horse and sus deathinSister Mary Columba who died re cently at St Patricks Mercy Convent- in Count Clare was a daughter of madeherSister Mary Emalie Walsh forty eight years old died at St Conleiths Convent County Dublin She had been a member of the convent community for twenty years The body of Michael Casey who had been missing from his home in Fermoy for several weeks was found in the River Blackwater There were no evidences of foul play The body of John Roche an old age pensioner was found in a ditch at Killimire County Wicklow Death resulted from heart disease The de ceased was formerly engaged in the grocery business at Tullow MET SUDDEN DEATH Death In sudden and awful form come to William Dugan a structural Ironworker on Tuesday axccrnoon He was at work on the Walnut Street Theater when a board on which lie was standing broke pre cipitating him to the basement He struck several iron beams in his descent and every bone in his body was broken The injured man was conveyed to the City Hospital in an ambulance where lie used two hours later and without having regained consciousness Mr Dugan was thirtyfive years old and is survived byn wife and several children After death the remains were conveyed to the family residence 2104 Pirtle street BRUTAL FOOTBALL Football as it Is being played in these days seems to be not only a Crutal but n murderous game The list of cusualitics for the season up to last Saturday is us follows Total deaths twentynine total injured 209 college players killed six high school players twentytwo athletic playersinjuredthirtynine athletic club members five More than half of those in jured have been crippled for life HISTORIC SITE St Marys Cathedral Peoria Ill was erected twenty years ago at a cost of 150000 an Insignificant sum as Cathedrals figure today But it has a richer treasure than cost It covers the historic site whore Fathers Marquette la Salle and TouU established their first mis sion along time Illinois river The styleJt handsomelyfinished TRAVEL TO IRELAND For the ten months of the year pIJrsonslandedA feature of the figures is tho large proportion of secondclass passengers compared with those of years ago when over 90 per cent were third class passengers Another notable feature Is that the number of passengers arriving exceeds that of emigrants proper Ileavlngg Queens town BEST PANCAKES Whlo inguptt evening work put the required ti uj n ovc thick milk into a mixing bowl Beat in flour enough to make a thick batter Beat in salt cover and set aside In the morning dissolve soda in cold water Jfyil into tatter requlrefll1umbelht Told lightly ii te batter This wIU hattep the br akfa i ff tUr ayon win haw ptncake fit lora Io t r A4L FRANK FEHR po BREWING CO I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY ours SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 4- 52SENNACKERMAN BREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED Lf UJSVJLLE KY FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATES Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street 4 Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb Wtst 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light Cumb Phone West 191 1913rxWIEDEMANN ti BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavoi Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREETtTelephone 209 LOUISVILLE JKY JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPO- RATBDBUTCHERTOWNBREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE O FOR Furniture Of All KindsIat the Lowest i Prices go to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST HENRY flUNOLD DAIER IN Staple and Fancy Groceries A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty 111 Pfce me 540 W WALNUT WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL IJbWTEH Poor Hot Lunch every morning from 93t to 1230 oclock 44 WGREEN8r HERRMANN BROS UliOSTEKS PIKE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ra la Finest Brands of Ken t cky Whlakiest especially Pe rJ o Nelson- r BOTTLED 1JfJlONQf eI nMi t4 fttXTII STMCTc 1 D Qlve your boys en education that will pre pare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky clnaslal-dcfentlfcandBuslnessCourseapreparatory De iymaadnm Termabroderate Bro Well James Equipped Dltft All new Fall and Early Winter styles and Shapes can be found here at reasonable prices Piano AND Drum Music For Dances Parties anti Receptions furnished by WM J KILKELLYr 1653 Prentice Street Cumb Phone South 2332 Y LiederkranzHal1 NOR RENT FOR Entertainments Concerts Ba zaars Balls Euchres Etc For dates and terms apply tel WALNUTS MONON ROUTE BETWEEN LOUISVILLE AND CHICAGO BEST LINE TO French Lick and West Baden Sprigs UNION STATION LOUISVILLE STATIONIC t Mfll aid Parlori Cars Patios VfmMif 1 RMM Sleepers1 EH BACON D P A oinfoVvfMi JC trm7 D D- II 0 I l ggNrUOKY RISB AMBiRICA1 T STOREkOVERCOATS FOR MENII T1 S10II I Are Worth Investigating l Market Stt THE BIG STORE41WrBetseh and Filth MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO MUSIC IN THE HOME Is at all times essential and there Is no time when It Is ape predated more than In the summer A- CECILIANFAR1aAND PIANO Will 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 a roll of music and pump The expression marks are stamped on the roll showing anyone just exaeMy how to secure the proper expression Come In and permit us to show you more about the FarrandC- ecllianMONTENEQRORIEHM MUSIC COe Incorporated O08O8O OURTH AVBNUBr EAT II4- r 1 CUSCADENS PURE ICE CREAM i CHARLOTTE RUSSE In Bowls 35c 50c 75c and 100 Telephone 518 and 584 CW C8CmaC8C8 3C8K93 M S3 O Now For the Holidays No meal Is complete without Mulloys Coffees or Teas Theyre always the same In quality and freshness nnd always the best at any price Try his SPECIAL GRADE OF COFIPEBJ 3 LBS FOR SOC I 45excellentC MtJLLOf COFFEE ROASTIIR Home Pbpn I3 3 Salo W AIARHEI3T STREET OJK85 Sa 3S CHRISTMAS OFFERING GET THE r Kentucky Irish American i ONLY ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR The Kentucky Irish American for a year will make a most acceptable Holiday Gift for your friends and relatives It contains more Catholic parish and society news than all the local papers combined Those subscribing now will t receive the paper until January 1 1911 i 1- OOOOOOOOOOONOOONNOOON 10NNNOMONOON000ONN i Creagers Business SchoolIJ D CREAQER Principal I Bookkeeping Penmanship Shorthand dred subjects taught Day and Night Sessions Students t S enroll at any time Our system has superior advantages have experienced teachers and the nicest quarters of the business schools in Louisville Call to see us if po mayII SECOND AND BRECKINRIDQE NNNON GEHER SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET SBM TUB CBIEBRATKD NORTH STAR REFRIGERATOR The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combines not a few but all features of practical value that are considered deslr ered desirable in a Gas Range The QUICK MEAL hasNO EQUAL It ranks high in the estimation of the public FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET P 1 551 SECOND STREET J f SULLIVAN Mmafiir liifiA13QUARTXW OKIJTMirt Pt ltry+ ani faetnef All Eittis in SMMA PriyePerk we SIeatiry y Pr hand Yapaide sad all 1Mafeee 1PniseM Ow I AITS MlAfS iuu I CALLED nOME Mrs Mary Miilloy Passes to Her Eternal Re ward Ione of the most estimable and venerable matrons In Louisville passed away Tuesdny In the person of Mrs Mary Mulloy She had been suffering from stomach trouble for several weeks nnd besides nad been Injuredb a recent fall Her death had been expected for several days and she passed away fortified by all the rites of the Catholic church She is survived by four children Bernard Mulloy a coffee merchant of New Albany John M Mulloy the coffee merchant of Louisville and with whom she made her home at 2213 West Walnut street Mrs John Murphy and Sister Mary Agnes of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth Mrs Mulloy was n native of Ire land but came to Louisville with her husband who ed ten years ago In 1853 nnd resided in this city ever since Her life was that of an exemplary Irish mother She lived to see her children successful in life and died as she lived a devout ChristianThe took place from St Charles Borromeos church Friday morning The Rev Father Rnffo celebrated the requiem mass and paid high tribute to the life of the deceased lad- yLARGE RECEIPTS Was a Feature of Division 4 AO JH Latest Meeting There was a large attendance at the meeting of Division 4A 0 Hf on Monday night with President John H Hennessy presiding Applications for membership were received from James and Garrett Doyle John McCoy Frank Fjnegan and Thomas Kelly were elected members John Zorn nnd John Tholan were reported ill and Dr Charles Edelen who had been seriously 111 wns reported as Improving The Rev Father Charles Christmas read nn Instructive paper on the Ordinary of the Mass It was an nounced that tine degree team would rehearse nt least once a week from then until the joint initiation on December 19 The receipts of the evening were the largest of the year President Hennessy an nounced that the next meeting December 13 the annual nomination and election of officers would take place lie urgedn full attendance so that nil might have a voice in choosing the new leaders- CANTYMALLOW Miss Eva Canty and Peter L Mallon were quietly married at St Ulllinms church at 3 oclock on Wednesday afternoon The Rev Father Denis Murphy performed the marriage rite The attendants were Raymond Canty nnd James Mallon brothers of the bride and groom re spectively After a reception to the Immediate families of the young people Mr and Mrs Mallon departed for a brief trip to Cincinnati a ney will be at home to their friends at 2004 Maple street after December 1 The bride is the charming daughter- of Mrs Margaret Canty and has ueen much admired for her charm ing graces Mr Mallon holds a responsible position in the mechanical department of the Illinois Central Railway Company FITTING APPOINTMENTS Since the last issue of the Kentucky Irish American Mayor Head has made a number of appointments that will reflect credit on his administration Popular Andrew Kast has been appointed Superintendent of Sewers and Drains William McFar land Superintendent of Street Construction and Repairs with Andrew J Cavanaugh as Assistant Superin tendent William Shumate Superintendent of the Street Cleaning de partment and Joseph Herring night engineer at the City hull Each of these gentlemen is an expert in his line and all are hardworking Democrats AlmA OIXG Volt UZAI1 Gentlemen from nearly every parish in the city and many priests turned out in force last Monday night to attend the meeting toar range for the buazar to be held for the benefit of Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital at Liederkranz Hall on December 13 14 and 15 Dr P S Gnnz presided Tip committee previously appointed made favorable reports and satisfactory progress wns noted Another meeting will be held in St Francis Hall in the basement of the Cathedral next Monday night ST CECILIAS FEAST Last Monday was the feast of St Cecilia but the solemnity of the feast will bQ observed at St Cecilias church tomorrow The pastor the Rev Father A J Brady will cele brate the high mass and will preach the sermon at 1030 oclock In the evening at 730 oclock solemn yes pers will be sung and the panegyric of St Cecilia patron of the church will be preached by one of the Passionist Fathers FATHER CONNOIl TRANSFERRED The Rev Father George M Con nor who was transferred front St Pauls church Owensboro to St Francis de Sales church Paducah tUX months ago has been retrans ferred to Owensboro and resumed his former duties as assistantf to the Very Rev Father Fitzgerald Father Connor was born and reared In Louisville Is Grand Chaplain of the Y M I and Is popular with all who knojvljmou V Paducah friends reo grei hit vpartureI 31ET WITH SUCCESS Time Columbia Athletic Club gave Its minstrel and vaudeville perform aneto a prow4 d house at itjit Marys School flail Eighth street wwr arayebnon Sunday nigiJ tMay bed to stand and there Wer- eothers unable tO rata admittance io c J SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O IH- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Keenan Sr Vice President Mark Ryan Recording Secretary Tics Lawler Financial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Charles J Finegan SergoantatArms Andrew Curran SentinelLouis holler- DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday Red Melts Hall First and Market President Con J Ford e Vice PresidentD p McKenna Recording Secretary T J Stone FinancialSecretary noT Keariey Treasurer Joseph T Lynch SergeantatArmsJohn T Brown SentinelWilliam Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Serenteent nnd Main Streets President Patrick T Suljlvan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thos Stevens Financial Secretary J G Hessian TreasurerDaniel J Dougherty SentinelThomas Noon SergeantatArms Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street HennessyViceFinancial Secretary Wm P Mt Donogh 1212 Sixth street Recording Secretary Jho J Wlnn Treasurer Harry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott SergeantatArmsJohn Doolan l DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days at Pfaus Hall KennedyPresientLouis Vice President ttqbert Gleason Recording SecretaryThos OHern Financial Secretary John GCole TreasurerBernard A Coll Standing Committee Redmond Stanton Martin Fogarty and John Kennedy Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentLouis J Kleffer First Vice PresidentThosDClineS- econd Vice President Samuel L RobertsonRecording SecretaryRobert Os borne SecretaryWilliamF Financial SecretaryFrank G AdamsTreasurerDaniel W Weber Marshal Adolphus Andrlott Inside Sentinel J C F Bartsch Outside SentinelWilliam D An drlott tJ1J1f NtIa A Rev Takes It 0 iToca Wis Feb 23rd 1907 neckOwlogI pursued for 20 years being a catholic priest the swelling of ray neck became so marked that I was told bjr the doctor torest for several months He also preicrlbed tablets which I took for a period of months This continued me of the tablets broutht onnervous prostration and in- sommonia I then took l bottles of Pastor Koenlgs Nerve Toulo whereupon both my sleep and nerves became normal Detain HEV M SOOEICK Mrs J C OConnell writes March 1 190i from Qavasa Cuba I I had nervous prostration and epileptic fits for Iii Jears and during that time was under care of 32 doctors mostly specialists and the most prominent ones yet none could cure me and all gave me up I used Pastor KoenUs Nerve Tonlo and am not at all nervous now 1 recommended this Medicine to many persons and it has helped every one of them A Valuable Book on Nor FFREE VOU8 Diseases and a Sample bottle address Poor pa tient alstget the medicine free Prepared by the REV FATHER KOEKIO of Fort Wayne Ind since 1876 and now by the KOENIQ MED CO Chicago III 100 Lake Street UU by Druggists at SI per Bottle 6 for S Large Size S175J1 6 Bottles for SV the hall There was no hitch in the programme from start to finish The general arrangements were carried out to the letter and reflected great credit on the judgment of Ben Speaker Emboldened by this sue cess the club now offers its services for nil church charities where the promoters believe the minstrel and vaudeville show will make a hit SUDDEN SUMMONS Former Policeman Joseph Lee Died of Heart Disease Friends all over the city were die tressed Tuesday when It became knoWn that Joseph JeeB former policeman had died suddenly of cardiao paralysis lie was at work repairing a chimney for n neighbor when he toppled over dead Mr Lee tins born in Louisville fortytwo years ago and residcd with his wife and six daughters nt 217 South Twentyfifth streett lie is also survived by a brother Officer James Lee and a half brother William Collins formerly Deputy Bailiff in the Police Court Jfr Lee hail been a member of the Louisville police force for fifteen years Two years ago lie wnsats missed without trial for political reasons Since then he had found work at any tong that came to hand Ho was widely known among the merchants and business men and was always highly rejjardea as an placetromSton ThursdaYfUomlng ELECTED OFFICERS KentuckyMarkethave elected the following officers uenryARraftP TuftSecretaryJrpoHo oifie rs showed tattke company bad enjoyed a aueoea fol year I thkL w MANY MARRIAGES Pastors Kept Busy Tying Nuptial Knots This Week Heartache seemed to have become epidemic in Louisville this week and as a result those not directly nf attendingthecome infected In addition to the weddings nt the Cathedral tinted elsewhere the llev Father Daniel F Gallagher united in marriage two couples one on Tuesday evening and another on Wednesday mprning Time first was that which united for life Paul Thomas McDermott and Miss Katherine Keller On Wednesday morning Miss Katherine Tully be came Mrs Peter 0 OHare The Ceremony was performed at 030 Gnlingher bride is the daughter of John lully of North Third street the old lifesaver and is a charming and stately Superintendent CompanyThe rnglngInRev Dr George W Schuhmann had four ceremonies to his credit on Wednesday nnd Thursday The couples were Henry Sauter and Miss Kelly Owen Sweeney and Miss Mary Leonard Frederick Fryxell and Miss Mary McDowell MaryBeck BOOSTER MEETING By Ladies and Knights of St Peters- Parish I Hundreds of persons who have re celved Invitations to attend the Booster meeting and social to be given under the auspices of Ladies Auxiliary Branch 42 nnd Commander 103 Knights of St John at St Peters Hall Seventeenth and Southgnte streets next Tuesday night are oil the qui viva to know what It will be like keepIng ment but those who know their reputation for hospitality are sure that all Will be well entertained The object of this social gathering is to bteboth societies together and to boost the membership of each Alderman Fred Leezer will be the toastmaster and that insures that there will be something aolng JAPANESE TEA The Young Ladies Auxiliary of the CliftoCrescent Club will give a Japanese tea at Trinity Council Hall Baxter avenue and Morton next Friday and Saturday evenings The hours of entertainment on each evening will be from 0 oclock until 10 The committee that has the af fair in charge is made up of the fol lowing young ladles Misses Nora Reedy Mary Davidson Mattie K Davidson Virginia Wiesen Lottie McCloy Margaret Giinu Audry MaySpechtBatchelor and Mary Breckcl The two evenings will give eligible young men a chance to meet nnd become acquainted with a number of hand sonic and accomplished young Indies ENJOYED SEUMAS MMAXUS Seumns McManus the Irish author and humorist delivered a lecture be fore Louisville Council K of C and nightItworks than a lecture but Mr Me goodll1lDuringhisauthor wns the guest of Judge Matt ODohcrty and on Saturday wns en ltytheFront Louisville Mr McManus went to St Louis to lecture under the auspices of the Knights there FIRE FIGHTERS SnfetsIllisdepartment and while its appoint ments to date are good there are more to come The first nnnounoe jnents were made on the eve of Thanksgiving und include the four aides to Chief Dillon All are vet vetsrnnCaptainsCaptain of the No 1 Hook and Ladder Company Gregory Sheehan Captain of the No 16 Engine Com pany Mike Cassln Captain of the No 5 Engine Company and Pat nglneCompnn PIRATES OF ENHANCE The Pirates of Penzance one of Gilbert and bulllvans tuneful operas wlllbc presented to a Louis rUle audience by the Cecillan Choral Club next spring Undor the direc tion of Clement A Stapleford re hearsals of the opera are being hell weekly and from the interest taken In them promise Is given of a very operaMrand best known musicians in the South nnd under his direction the cast anti chorus will receive thorough instruction PRIEST FROM TENNESSEE John Franklin Harderaan has just been ordained a priest In the basilica of St JcChu Lateran Rome Cardinal Resplghl officiating Father Harde nan is a cousin of Ute late Gov Peter Unrde nan Burnett the first Executive of the State of California and n faithful convert Tie young priest is a native of Tennessee his home being In Nashville ROM TO RECOVERY Friends orThomas Brennan Sr the retired manufacturer of firming implements 1l1 glad to learn that beliJontheroad to recpvery For several weeks he had been suf ferliirl i from t general brsaImtloWr superinduced old agcf He U now ro4tlriiir old acquaintances at his home Ml South Flits street i J C I For Your furniture wants- I t I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are largest my prices low est and my terms the best JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street I IREMOVAL BRUNN The Jeweler Formerly at 526 West Market Street Has Removed to 303 WEST JEFFERSON STREET New Store and New Stock for the Holiday Trade Make your selections now and call for them later Here you will find everything new and uptodate and of latest design and ma- keWEWANTV0uRw0RK t Ot i Prepared to Do It PromptlyIIIIWereand in FirstClass S- tylePRINTING I Cards Bill Heads Letter Heads Circulars Dodgers Etc Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty HOME PHONE 946 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN nls3 WX5ST GREEN STREET i iN0000N 00N00N NN000N eNN BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield 1 Ky DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge I SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered Both Phones 2399 OFFICE AND FORGE 713715 SEVENTH STREET ABOUr YOUR PLASTERING DONT WORRY =FALLING OFF =Have It Repaired With D1tMOND WALL PLASTER And It Will Not Happen Again KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COINOOniOHATKD Brook end River Both Phones 2267 Louisville Ky k M J BANNON p BANNON JR H M WOLTRING Pns Mgr VIce Pres ft Tress Sicr lirjf P Bannon Sewer iolca Salt ieiIaRRea e for Steam Coadaits Wall coping Drain Tile Vitrified Street Faviarf Brick Fire Preedag Flae Pipe Flme Lining Fire IricK Grate and Bailer Tile Ground Fire Clay Chler Teps Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk Brick OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON V TBLBPHONBS73 WORKS istli sad LexJajjtoH and Magnolia Ave Bet 9th and loth T8LBPHONB 2833 t A IJt ++H t t t n t It n H t riKK wzmw OKAKPAQX f AL KOLE3 l 45rW st GrMn Strait 1 u DII 4 r JtrY x a +