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Digital page images are linked to the text file. o I FKENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN I SATURDAY DECEMBER ll 1909 PRICE FIVE CENTS tDEMANDSt S That Will Be Made On King ot England by Liberal- ss Leaders Creation oi Many Now Peers Means Death For the Pres ent Lords Victory at the General Election Seems Certain and Quick IRISH PARTY WILL GAIN SOMEI t I In the event of n Liberal majority In Great Britain and Ireland and it seems certain the Liberal leaders will demand King Edward to create 350 Liberal Peers At present there are only 018 members of the British House of Lords but of these 560 are Tories Hence it will become neces spry for the Liberals to have n clear working majority In other words It would mean that the present House of Lords would be dead nnd burled for all time This same situation occurred be lore ns every student of English Parliamentary history knows When Lord Grey the Liberal Prime Minis ter In 1832 proposed to put an end to the rotten borough system in England which enabled towns with n population of half a dozen Indi viduals under time control of the local Lord to send two members to the House of Commons the House I of Lords opposed the reform to last and Lord Greymail at lasttIleII threaten resignation unless the of that day King William IVgave him the promise to create ns many I peers as would enable him to have n majority The Peers In face of the promise of the King to do sott climbed down and the reform IltlJI was passed I King William was a different I sovereign from King Edward WiJII lam was an Old sailor without much Intelligence Trained in all the old regime of despotism n German of the eighteenth century he gave the promise only at the last moment I and so to speak at the point of the bayonet King Edward is a nineteenth century Englishman brought up In democratic surroundings n splendid observer of the political and popular atl11aSIlllrein other words ns good a politician as any man In his kingdom and he will not even make an attempt to withstand the popular will or popular liberties- It has become quite apparent that the most powerful men In the As quith Cabinet are determined to Interpret the coming election ns a mandate to deal with the present powers of the House of Lords and to deal with them drastically The Liberals will propose to substitute the suspensory for the absolute I veto which the Lords now enjoy I That is to say while it will still be In the power of the Peers to reject n measure once In the same Parlia I ment it will riot be in its powers toij I reject it twice if the House of Com mona should again send It up to the Lords In other words the upper body can postpone but not defeat The words of LloydGeorge and of several other Ministers during the recent debate mean also when read between the lines that the MInII ters have received or ore determined to receive from King Edward the promise of giving them the means of carrying out their programme I Of course the election if it end In the destruction of the absolute veto of the House or Lords must mean the early settlement ot the home rule question There is not a r member of the present Liberal Min istry who Is not a convinced home i ruler The one division of opinion between them and the ardent Irish Nationalist is that the English Liberal has to think primarily of the English Liberal nnd the Irish Nationalist solely of the Irish Nationalist opinion But apart altogether this has been the fundamental reason why home rule has not been carried in the present House of Commons where there is a majority of nearly 300 In its favor The Liberals knew that any bill they passed would be re jected by the House of Lords and they dreaded the effect upon their position with their own followers all clamoring for reforms of their ownif they could be charged with S wasting a session of Parliament In passing a measure which they knew irap in IA flArtrnAil In MA TTr fA nf Lords The Irish Parliamentary party can expect several gains in Ireland n Alderman Cotton a prosperous bust ness man of South publin is sure to Defeat lIon Walter Long the Tory Incumbent Cotton is a very pro nounced Irish Nationalist The fob lowers of John Redmond also expect oto carry Derry City for the party and that would be a body blow to Irish Orangeism On the whole the prospect for a general clean up In England IrelandI Scotland and n Wales looks decidedly bright for the liberals and the risk Parliamentary party TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY a- ri The Right Rev Bishop McGolrlck Dlilbjpof TIul uthltnn pelebrated the twentieth anniversary of hW elevation to the fpUcowite with a FoBttfidrilmauratlJae Ohurch of the Immaculate Cpno ptlon Minneapolis on We48IMartt WM a triuiM esit Oration beeauM 1ft WM tM taut of anInlversary had1beentwo years before his elevation The usual choir was supplemented by twentyfive members of tho choir of twenty years ago and by an orchestra of fifteen pieces From 830 until 1030 oclock In the evening Bishop McGolrlck met and greeted his old friends In Hennepin Council Knights of Columbus club rooms TRIED AND TRUE Men Chosen as Officers of Macklns Big Council annual election of officers of IIhe Council brought out a large last Monday night and the nominations made at the pre vious meeting made sailing plain and easy The new officers will be installed at the first meeting in January President Louis J Kieffer presided John T McDermott was transferred by card from Mrlnlty Council Albert Enz was reported Improving The President announced that the officers would attend the baaar for Sts Maryand Elizabeth Hospital next Thursday night and invited as many members as could do so conveniently to meet at the club house and accompany the offi cers The election of officers followed and resulted as follows Spiritual Director Rev A J llradyPresidentJohn T Kinney First Vice President Frank L Lanahan Second Vice President Sherley Cuniff Recording Secretary Robert Os borne Corresponding Secretary William A Link Financial Secretary Frank 0 clnmsTreasurerDan Weber Marshal Allen 0 Wobben Inside SentinelA C Link Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart Executive Committee William Kerberg Louis T Rleffer Lawrence Kinselln John Stewart and William F Burke Medical Examiners Drs A R Bizot and Michael Casper All the newly elected officers are tried and true members of the coun cil and several of them have filled the same positions fOr years Here after the President will be assisted by an advisory board of seven mem hers The new President will name his board on the evening lIe binstalled While the election was in progress cigars were passed and the members enjoyed nn Informal smoker GOLDEN JUBILEE Of Parochial School Saw Many Able Men Together Last week the pastor and people of St Gabriels church New York City celebrated the fiftieth anniver sary of that church and school Not the least impressive feature of the celebration was a banquet of the alumni of St Gabriels school nnd ninny distinguished clergy and lay men wore gathered around the festive board The banquet was held at the Marlborough lintel and 250 former pupils sat down Archblshop Farley occupied a position of honor near the head of the table nail invoked a blessing on the feast He also praised the work done by St Gnbriels school and snick Fifty glorious years have passed since the venture which mode St Gnbriells the pioneer in carrying out the idea of erecting church and school together St Gnbriels will keep alive the principles of Catholic education Among the distinguished clergy who are members of St Gabriels alumni and who attended the feast were the Rev Dr John J Dunn D- Irector of the Society for the Propa gation of the Faith the Right Rev Monsignor Hayes Very Rev James V Lewis nnd Fathers Aylward Ryan Irwin Brody Mastagliq Ross Doyle Holland Lynch Murray OConnor Tierney Larkin and Rev Dr Hnnnoh the first Director of the school Members bf the alumni during the evening contributed 2500 toward the erection of a new school building Among the donors was Big Hill Devery former Chief of Police of New York City Ills contribution was 100 DEATH OK YOUNG MAN Many friends mourn the death of Clarence W Herdt Superintendent of the National Oak Leather Company which occurred utl oclock Tuesday afternoon He had beer in ill health for several months and seven weeks ago suffered a complete byhising his mother three brothers and three 1IIRtersnewas thirtysix years old and was a graduate of St Xavlers College Tlio funeral took place from the Church of the incased Sacrament yesterday morning and was largely attended HONORED Ills MOTHER John Maeferson Burke ra New- York millionaire died Trldaynigb of last week and left OO90otoe- ndow a home for convalescents The home Is to be a memorial to his mother Mrs Winifred Burke He had retired from active buiinesa pur lflftlcyears ago air Burke s ninetyeight years old Some war s ago he ptiro another million dollarsI toa great charity 1 in New York did ROt announce frotqwhogt the g- a PreniltM a =I IBIG FAIR I To Aid Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hosnita1 In Its Work Clergy and Laity Unite to the Success of Great Event Fitting Close to Year For Oath olics of the LouisvilleI Diocese ALL PARISHES WILL SUPPORT The Sisters o Charity of Nazareth who are in charge of Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital at Twelfth and Magnolia avenue are desirous of In creasing their building fund and to that end have applied to the Very Rev Administrator of the diocese Father James P Cronin nnd to the other clergy nnd laityof Louisville to assist them Thus far the rev sponses have been spontaneous nnd generous Every parish in the city is represented by ladles and gentlemen and the clergy is taking an active lamb Father Cronin author ized the call for all the meetings of clergy and laity nnd presided until officers were elected All the preliminary meetings were held in St Francis Hall in the base ment of the Cathedral and all ar rangements have been completed for a Wig bazaar or fair to be Held at Licderkranz Hall on the afternoon and evening pf next Tuesday Wednesday nnd Thursday The hall iseasy of access by the street cars and owing to its location at Sixth and Walnut streets is centrally enough located for pedestrians from J parishesThere pondlinenand n dining room The officers in charge of arrange ments arc- ChairmanDr P S Gnnz Vice Chairman Patrick T Sullivan SavageTreasurer Floor lfnnaiuTucob J Htibbnoh Wheels Andy Knst nail Thomas S EvansPressS M Raffo The following ladies will preside at various booths Mrs A J Richards WlltryDoraCampbell Ben Sandman J Graf Thomas Tarpy Nlil orf Kruse P ji Callahan Netherland and Miss Fitz geraldThe different parishes are to be represented by the following ladies St Michaels Mrs B Sandman Mrs John Barry St Pauls Sirs H loll Blessed Sacrament church BonifacesMrsBilgidsMissKatie OttoSt Patricks Mrs K Holleran Mrs Don Dough rty Miss Dora McGlnty Cathedral Mrs Al Smith Miss Campbell St Agnes MagdaleneMrsStAloysinsMrs AnthonysMrsI JohnsMissNameMrsConll tomedinsDaisy JHortmanUllllrfiaereel MrsJltsslCohnubaIIrsPBertrandMrsScoreMissWagnerFrom opens until entllsJlercrlcral17 1 willhavedNixonofferedRiehmCompany FattierCronin andtheroom have done excellently yell In moredonationscepted Peculiar circumstances brought about by causes beyond the control obligedthempeal They find it imperatively nec StsMary sustainingnithough tution many patients having been nursed free of charge The Hospital has been established nearly forty year anllhss done enJiclUetitthornin001 DORIAN HONORED PadticnhBranchRndTalllcsofColTolinTpreme Council which will meet at St Louis next May Col Dorian has attrope excellently well DOINGS OF KNIGHTSI Lqulsvlile Council Knights of Columbus jwIU confer the three de greet on a clasit of seventyfive eau didates on Sunday afternoon Decem largestifstills u4 will ran the council close to the 700 mark Tomorrow many of the members will go lo Elizabeth town via the Illinois Central railroad to assist at the initiation of n class and the establishment bf anew council there The 4raia will leave the Seventh street depot at 8 oclock and will reach Elizabetht3wn at 030 to allow the members to attend high mass The train will leave Elizabeth town at 1015 oclock on Ithe return trip 11 TRINITY COUNCIL lSelects New Officers But Good Men Jjtp Guide I 1 Trinity Council hind ai splendidly attended meeting on Monllny night with President James B Kelly pre PRESIDENT V K ECKER siding The main business was the election of officers which resulted as follows Chaplain Rev J A OQrady President Vie K Ecker First Vice President Dan J Hen nessy Second Vice PresltlntFrnnk Brigmnn JFinancial Secretary Clem A El lert IRecording Secretary Bhll Sam annCorresponding r Raymond Eyl T 3uellerMarshalHenry Inside Sentinel Char1 JJ Stober Executive CommitteeI C Kircl darter A 0 Schneider JJ L Con niffe John Ritman and Robert zCollectorTnmes r Mr Ecker had no opposition for election as President aimTnll the werowellelidaCnmfrhoy4harevorked for the success of the council The new officers will be installed nt the first meeting in January The next thing in order will be the grosses gast mohl which will be held next Monday evening President Kelly promises plenty of good German dishes and n feast for nil the mem bers HAPPY EVENING Spent When Division 11 A O H Held Its Election Division tI A O H held an old time reunion ns well as Its annual election of officers on Tuesday even ing The attendance was large and hnppJestframeKeenan presided and kept things going at n lively rate On behalf of the Visiting Committee James Doran reported none ill When time for the election of officers arrived the inter est became general and iron the fact that there were six candidates for President and six for Vice Presi dent it can be seen that the election was not oneHided The result of the balloting was as follows President Thomas Walsh MurphyRecording P LawlerFinancial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Thomas Keenan Sr- SergeantatArmsLouis Roller Sentinel David Wlielan Standing Committee James P Barry David OConnell Martin Cusick James Kilkelly and Thomas FitgibbonsAddresses of thanks were made by all the officers elected Thomas Dolan the newly elected Financial Secretary convulsed all with ills happyhitsmembers President Keenan announced that during the current year there had andthatclatmshnl1fseere weteInwas not depleted William Kilkelly pleased everybody forhistheTitertninment RightbrandPresident Keenan announced that time division would hold an initiation offcars meeting in January TWO VHRKS FOIL Pt AT- c The public schools of Louisville will begin the Christmas holiday re seas on December 22 The season will cldoseu on January 3 giving pupils and teachers a fortnights respite The holidays la the Oath olic schools Will bf practically the same a DOWNFALL Of Italys Cabinet Threatens Dire Disaster to That Country Unpleasant For Peyo It Itadl cats and Socialists Win Victory Germany and United States Seem to Be Only Asylums Lett WAR ON THE TRIPLE ALLIANCE The Giollttl Cabinet in Italy went down in defeat on Thursday of last week which necessitates the forming lit n new Cabinet at once Italy is now undergoing a crisis like that of Great Britain and practically for the slime reason a fignt over the financial budget To those in Italy the disturbance is more serious than to us in the United States The downfall of time Cabinet was primarily due to the defeat of Premier Glolittis fiscal reforms The general opinion is that Giolini will be asked to form a new Cabinet or that Baron Sonnino will be asked to construct one The situation in Italy is this On one side are the Conservatives alma ing at an understanding with the Clericals with a programme for in creased taxation augmentation of armaments strengthening of the triple alliance and the bringing about of some sort of a modus vlvendl vJth the Vatican putting nn end to the vexed questions in nomeI even by allowing that the position of absolute independence of the Supreme Pontiff in Rune should be recognized and granted through in ternational agreement On the other hand are the Radicals Republicans anti Socialists who have discovered that there Js no contradiction to them becoming Ministers even under a monarchial government Thus preparations ore going for ward to form an extremest Cabinet This programme includes nn abandonment of the triple alliance rad ical fiscal reform the suppression of burdens on the necessities of the poorer classes and augmenting the taxes of the rich substituting a na tional militia for the standing army and finally conducting an energetic campaign against the Catholic March by suppressing and disband ink the religious orders confiscating their property abolishing the proldbhling public schools nnd equalizing the ndmlnlstraUonofIpany thus obliging the Vatican to account for the funds it has received and spent Should such a Government come into power the question is Could the Pope remain in tome The con poUttlclanRthe Pope thought himself forced to leave the Eternal Cityonly one coon + ry in Europe could offer him nn asylum namely Germany whose Emperor was the only sovereign to eplReop11jubileeHowever if Germany failed the transportthebe the United States where the Papacy would acquire new energy and fresh impulse from American life and influences Senator Tlttoni Minister of For eign Affairs in the fallen Cabinet sees danger in Italys withdrawal from the triple alliance He de longloolellwar and to pqur her soldiers into passeswhilethe Adriatic coast On the other hand there nre occupyinghlghthat what might be called the prudent policy of the last Cabinet was excessive and unjustified It is recalled that King Victor himself since his accession to the throne has given no doubtful proof of Ills de sire to emancipate himself anti his country from the kind of patronage extended to them by tIle Kaiser nnd Germany repelling at the same time the hostile attitude of Austria It is chiefly tine to the King If the Italy Russian relations were so strengthened ns to lend to the meeting of Raccrtnlgl It is also recalled that Austria last year after the annexa Ilerzegovlnndid though repeatedly provoked by the small dominion of King Peter so that she will think twice before at tacking Italy which some believe quite fit to successfully confront her ns was proted by Gen Asinaris violent utterances last week Will the Trlpllce be a leto resist almostImpossible Italysdesertionthe renewalof the treaty that Italy shall give guarantees that she wjll support her allies diplomatically in peace times and with her forces in I time of var- ITctuNSRNS HANDS FULL Honi Edward D Hannen tivas chosen Grand Knight etai Paducah Council Knights ofyCqlumbuis OB Wednesday night of last week He received Mrtntyohe of time nln t- onVPte oMft Mr JIanneijliis an old Loukyllle boy but for twenty yearsb- ami reeled in Pad +eala where he occUpies positions of business ooial sad political afflaeneei 11 I11 dent of the Board of Aldermen and the citys leading plumber One would think that he would be satis fled with the new honor thrust upon him but Ed has two more ambitions He wants to he Mayor of Paducah and to establish a division of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in that Why Both ambitions are laudable and his friends will help him to attain froth In Paducah there is nothing tpo good for Alderman Hannen YOUNGER ELEMENT Will Rule Affairs of Unity Council Next Year Unity Council Y M Jof New Albany met Tuesday night with the best attendance of the year All knewMt was the date for holding the annual election and this brought out nearly every member of the council Time election was quite spirited In some Instances the votes were tied necessaryrimePresidentFred Relsz First Vice President John Mnrtel Recording and Corresponding Sen rctnry John Pnntricli Financial SecretaryFrankoeller TrensurerEdmund Schmitt Marshal Joseph Trudcau Inside Sentinel George Renn Outside Senthiel Jacob Rent Executive Commit tee Ieter Spick ert Peter Pfeffer Emile Dupnqiiler James Ollura and Joseph Schmitt Among the visitors was James T Shelley of Louisville one of the Su preme Directors lie made a brief oral genl union of the Y M I with the Catholic Young Mens National Union SheUeystalkpromIsedhe lengthUnityfinancial condition With the ex ception of the Executive Committee the new officers represent the younger element The new officers Tuesdayinwill receive holy communion in a body at St Marys church nt 7 oclock tomorrow morning OLD OFFICERS Are Good Enough For Divi sion 3 A O H to Uphold Division 3 A 0 II held Its reg cenlnglof anInoff ers nvoiild take place hind a salutary effect in bringing out a large attendance President Pat rick T Sullivan presided Patrick IUll envy was elected to member ship TIme Visiting Committee reported that Thomas Kain was suffering from a sprained hani and John Martin William Kellyand James Horan who have been 111 improvingUnder business the election of officers for the en suing year was taken up and result ed as foUow- sPresidentPatrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thomas J StevensFinancial Secretary John G lies alonTreasurerDnulcl DoughertySentinelThomns Se genlltatArms1nmes P Stev ens Standing Committee Thomas Kennedy James Ryan James Treston John Knrmnn and John BroderlckIn lresldel1tSn1ltmnthe confidence reposed In him and inhisprosperDegleywJas SergeantatArms all the old officers 111thanlced lagIcyeven Jif he is not nn officer Addresses were made by State TliackeyManyotherduroIngwouldtryI 10JOBetore van reminded nbigofSundayFAW WAS BIG SUCCESS The Catholic fair at Syracuse for ProVIdencenetted 30000 Men of all classes and creeds assisted and tho children of every orphan asylum In Onondaga county were taken to the fair and werqpresented andcontlnueding night 7138 people Crowded the hall Time automobile tit lie awarded wpnbyDougherty pastor of St Vincent de Pauls church and Chairman of the managing board of the fair SPIRITlAL RETREAT The retreat for girls arid young ladies at St Louis Bertrand V pariah will close it 720 oclock tomorrow ev BingThvlh v Father J V WpllbjY 0hI ben giving thtf inatruotlone sad 1Mitch JJfpltn 1 DANGEROUS Vork Is That of Switching In the Big Railroad Yards t Pay Is Scnnty anti the Insurance Companies Fight Shy e Must Bo Mon ot Activity nail Brains to Hold the Jobu CONDITION ALMOST INTOLERABLE Apropos of the great strike of railroad switchmen in the Northwest anti the possibility of that strike spreading through the East and to other branches of the railroad service it might be well to look into the dangers that these railroad switch men encounter Any life insurance company that knows its business will not insure a switclynan Actuar ies for the companies have node the lives and conditions of railroad switchmen a study They will either not accept such a risk or else fix a rate high enough to be absolutely prohibitive The demand for more money and prImarilybrought dangerousinthe Irian who stands in the tower and throws a lever according to signals Neither is it to the man who stands on the ground and throws a switch nhcaa of and behind a train The greatest danger is to the foreman of the engine and his assistants In Chicago the foreman of a freight switching crew receives from thirtyfive to thlrt seen scents an hour He works the calendar month through regardless of Sundays mud holidays and his average supposedto dutyforhours Of course he gets paid for overtime hut the work is more Wearing and every minute he Is Increasing time danger of losing his lifeAs n rule the work is not as long nnd certainly not ns hazardous in the summer months ns it Is during winter when the engine footboards are covered with snow and ice and wpirtless Kliullabl tlnKTHe faGOetand ears Each engine fgreman has nt least one sometimes two or more receivecents nn hour nnd work every cal endar month through theyloseI burledtheyand to use them It lit more hazardous than siting in nn office requiresmore2000 switchmen in Chicago St a Paul Minneapolis Lincoln Omaha and every other large commercial center has hundreds and more of them l1erageswitchmal1 serviceheunfit for duty He must seek other means of a Ilivelihood coolheadkysignalI mean death certainly disaster He onlyhope ufew i dangerousFewenough to obtain a railroad promo positionNotthat ride on railroad trains under stand the risks taken by tile switch men Not qne In 10000 of those who ship freight realize the perils of the men who handle their goods at terminals anti junctions The Amerl man people are quick to throw theirA I A l I theyrealizehind if the continueeducation their wages will be raised and the general conditions under which they work will be ameliorated BAUDSTOWX INITIATION More than 100 Knights from Louis SundaytooffortyweUrepresented evening after the third degree head been onsonConfflessn1i11 trict was the toastmaster Those Jul1geSam ntucky r TheJIenlanagll of Louisville whose themo JohnTalbottinteresting bership MEAOItKUS SON EADr PI Json of the Irish patriot Thomas Francis Meagher acting Governor of t theMissouri1867ThVejitPointcBpIed minor posts In the Govern mint service in the Philippines lIel o r u died of pneumonia ar i y S 4 KENTUOKY IRISH AMERIOAly r KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflR Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancemement ol Irish Americans and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY h IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorpwted Publishers C SUBSCRIPTION PaiCB+ ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Entered atthe LouliVlllt PoitoHIc a SecondCI M flatter Address all Cosimnaieatloni to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Greta St IfTRADESIUNION COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY DECEMBER 11 1909 PRESIDENT TATS MESSAGE ic President Yilllain II Tuft sent his first annual message to the United States Congress on Tuesday 9 It is worth while for every true American to read it then to read it again until It Is thoroughly digested It Is not as long as annual messages from some of the Presidents and yet it contains something more than 17000 words Neither does it sparkle with platitudes like the messages of Grover Cleveland or Theodore ROOKK velt It is all very plain blunt language and written in a vigorous American style Representatives find Senators regard it as n strong document although Democrats and Republicans differ as to the advisa bility of some of the measures he 9recommendsThe message takes in a wide themtpurely first rending anyone would pro nounce it ii Republican document One of his strong Republican points is that he recommends no further tariff tinkering until a tariff commission is formed and can get to work In other words the Aldrich high tariff is to remain untouched for from two to four years if Presi dent Taft has his way Ilo also opposes any Congrosional Investiga thou of the sugar trust scanaal in the New York Custom louse After reading the message from start to finish one can not help being struck with the fact that the Presidentii although the avowed friend of llabor shows no concern for labors needs in his first annual address to Congress He makes no specific recommendation of legisla tion to forbid the issuance of judical injunctions without notice in labor controversies and says nothing concerning the much mooted question of postal savings banks Other subjects that he merely touches on but reserves for future and perhaps separate messages are the Nicaraguan question conserva tion of the nations natural resources necessary amendments to the antitrust law the contemplated revision of the Federal statutes governing the organization of the armed forces of the nation in time of war Of course the President announces that prosperity has arrived u accuses the present high tariff of being father of the child and acts as herald for a period of broad bush ness expansion provided of course that the present tariff be let alone re- com1imcntllug subsidy and for cMl pensions are diametrically opposed to Democratic r doctrine Ills recommendations fqr a higher rate of postage on periodicals and magazines deserves careful examination on the part of Congress Mr Tuft calls for a fund of 50000 to aid in suppressing tho white slave traffic That to a great extent ought to be the care of the police in the several States and cities Ills idea for the establishment of a national board of health is not a bad one The message as a whole contains much food for thought and it is safe 10 to say that Congress will be busy enacting or rejecting his wishes until midsummer NOT A SOLOMON The pressjgdispatches of the last Week contaln tluery unique oneY might call it a brutal and horrible story if It be true It is dated from t Fargo North Dakotan and tells that Judge Charles Amidon of the United States District Court for North Dakota in an address at the Congre gational church there advocated the execution of the professional crim inal and the hopelessly insane He took the position that it costs as much do keep a man in the pen w itentiary as it does to keep and edu cate a man in a unIversityand thought that well behaved young men should not be deprived of an education by the expenditure of pub lie money in beepinga naturally bad Judgef1AmI40nr of professional criminals who are r reformed is so small as not to be worth mentioning lIe thought the hopelessly insane should be put to ieath 111a Humane way tins reljiev Sag them of their misery What can one expect from tile yin intfcillfenj When a Judge n the ilmneliii of t44 InUd States Couradr- oeatear such sentiment unjl worse tJut spelqt In aehrOO c LORJtt m DAXGKR I l The British Piers have literally placed their heels in the Ugn it mouth and Mr English Lion will proceed to bite off their heads It is only a question of a few weeks now until the Lords will find their finish By their action in rejecting the budget the British Peers flung down the gage of battle which was promptly lifted by the Government Commons answered defiance with defiance and now a general election must determine the will of the voters of the United Kingdom This time it is not the Irish alone whonre twist h ing the Lions tail it fs being twisted by the English commoners themselves The outlook for the Liberals has never been so hopeful nor the cir cumstances in which they appeal to the suffrages of the electors more enthusing For a whole generation they have looked forward to a battle against the louse of Lords and now the long wished for opportunity has arrived The forces engaged in the assault upon the hereditary chamber alias the House of Lords will come from nearly all ranks and all will be inspired by the common feeling to end forever the power of an irre sponsible oligarchy to thwart or l clearlylexpressed public United Kingdom To Britishers the abolition of the House of Lords may seem neither feasible nor politic but its reform will be both and the result of the coming general election demonstrate very forcibly indeed the fact that the English people have at llength arisen to the stern resolve to subunit to it no longer ADMIRABLE DISCRETION Mayor Head and his Board of Public Safety are receiving many encomiums not only for the appoint ments std promotion made in the Fire and Police departments but likewise for the forbearance shown in treatment of men reduced Men who hind long served the city as police Captains and Lieutenants and who had been faltffful to theirduties aside from their political prefer ences were not sent to tall tim her or high grass as certain Unfeeling Democratic partisans sug gested They were merely reduced In rank but placed in places where they will be of service to the city and where their tasks will not bo onerous The fact that they were not humiliated wild made to resign also reflects credit On the chief sub ordinates of Mayor Head and his Cabinet ADVERTISING IGNORANCE The necessity of a Catholic paper in time home is more than ever em phasized by the utter ignorance one might say criminal ignorance of the pZople who write and handle copy for the daily papers Both the Louisville Times and the Louisville Post informed their readers on Thursday that Wednesday was the feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin There may be an excuse for ignorance but not for advertising it i Many of you are preparing gifts for relatives ami friends Do not make presents too large for your purse and do not forget time orphans the indigent and the aged and infirm Make some sacrifices for those they are Gods chosen Our Saviour was of the poor and gave his life for them Ills apostles were chosen from among them Let us not for get the poor at this holy season Everybody in Louisville that has ttained the age of reason knows the work that is being done by the Sisters of Charity at Sts Mary and 31izabeth Hospital and those who attend the bazaar at Liederkranz Mall next Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday will be doing the work that Our Saviour loves The Spaniards continue to insist that although a matador picador and a toreador are killed now and then in a bull fight their national game is far less brutal than the uritantc game of football There is reason in that too WHO COULD BLA3IE THEM The Associated Press recently reported from Des Moines Iowa that the Young Womens Christian Asso elation refused a check for 1000 from a brewing Company to apply on a building debt In the morning a omVnlttee from the associaUon called for a donation A cheek for 10dp yrlw promptly made out to the association When it wall reported a committee1 considered the iropoiitiQD and dedfled to refuse the check The check ulaa returned with the request that tlw two brewers make out tbelr per anal cheeks for UOO each ttiUltu refuted to do- M jjf SS i S0GIETV Lslf L c9G lgf t 1G t ytw JI Miss Anna Wlnn is spending a fortnight with friends in Evansville Mrs Rosella Welsenburg is vlsitin Mrs V A Kaltenbrun of Frankfort Mrs Ella Mulloy is visiting her sister Mrs Charles J Wcltzel of Frankfort Mrs J H Welch of South Iouis vllle is entertaining Mrs Mary Hal field of Big Cllfty Miss Mary Whalleu will entertain her card club at her home in Port land next Tuesday Miss Marsi Camfield has returned from a delightful visit to friends- and relatives at Zoneton Miss Mary McCann of Jefferson ville has returned from Frankfort where she visited relatives Miss Anna Millignn has returned home after a visit to her brother John Milllgan at Stithton Ky Mrs John Stoerr has returned from Lebanon Junction where she visited her sister Mrs J B Dawson Miss Mary Keyer and niece Miss Jannita Keyer are spending several weeks in Memphis with Mrs Robert Keyer Mr and Mrs W T Kellyo East Fourteenth street New Albany have returned from visiting friends at Rockport Ind Mrs Mary Murphy of South Louisville is visiting at Earllngton and Is the guest of her daughter Mrs John Hale Last evening Misses Loretta Tlghe and Hnttie K Hoffman were host esses at a linen shower given in honor of Miss Bessie Baum Mrs Mutt ODoherty entertained Wednesday afternoon with an informal bridge party in honor of Mrs George Mulligan of Ottawa Can Mrs Roger McDermott and grand son Roger Howard of U12 West Oak street have returned from a visit to Mrs Edward 0 Fibs of Normandy Ky Mr and Mrs Samuel McKenna have returned from Chicago where they attended the fifteenth anni versary of the wedding of Mr and Mrs Gatchel Fagin Mr and Mrs Ed Skeinc entertained with a miscellaneous shower on Mon day evening in honor of Mr and Mrs John Dell Many handsome anti use ful presents were given to the happy young couple Edward Bosler celebrated his birthday at his home 1325 Highland avenue last Sunday Many of his friends called to offer congretula tlons and each went away with n handsome souvenir of the occasion Friends of A Y Ford Vice Presi dent of the Columbia Finance and Trust Company will be glad to learn that he is on the road to recovery and has been removed from Norton Infirmary to his home 1201 First street Miss Catherine Casey of Jeffer sonvill who recently submitted to n serious surgical operation at St Josephs Infirmary has improved stifficientlytp be able to be removed to the home of her parents Mr and Mrs J J Casey A pfettj baby boy has arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Edward A Barry 134 East Market street From now until Papa Barry takes his place as County Assessor he will spend his time getting acquainted with the new arrival Mr and Mrs John Dell have re turned from their bridal tour and ire at home to their friends at 713 West St Catherine street Mrs Dell was formerly Miss Catherine Doolan inch was one of Limericks fairest and most charming daughters William Cushing had the best possible excuse for failing to attend tile meeting of Division 1 A O II on girlbadHull street and lie remained to entertain her The little girl will be christened Margaret SuperintendentdraIns suffered a severe attack of grlpnnd has been in bed the greater part of the week Ho is now con valescent and while not able to be wjththeKNIGHTS AND LADIES Branch 3 Catholic Knights and ladies of America met in St Francis Hall in the basement of the Cathe eetedUlefolloyearPresidentMrs Mary Morlurty MonohantanFinancial MaryWeisenbcrg MarylinesStaggenborg conventionBlgleyThe attended and the affairs of the branch were in sound financial condition The Su promo convention will be held at St Louis jn May- HALFA HmiOAX LORDS Some people were anxious to knoW how British Peers with AmerK can wives ivoted oh the British budget The women folks do hot appear to have cut much figure Those who oted against the budget were the Duke of Marlborough Lords Bwiex Suffolk Birrympre OheyUmore lurzon Donoufchmore Tankerville and iixford The Marquis of Jtaffren was but did not vote Lords Or itournlMMO and Gr Ua budget h STEWART DRY GOODS CO I Business Established Sixtythree Yean II E 0R STORE i Helpful Hints for the Holiday Shopper One of the Most Perplexing Problems of Christmas Shoppers Is What Shall I Buy As a Help the following Suggestions Are Offered What tto buy What to buy What to buy What to buy for a Man for a Boy for a Woman for a GirlIi House Coat Suit of Clothes Set of Furs- Walking Necklace Bath Robe I Overcoat Suit Belt Buckles Smoking Jacket Fountain Pen Fan Post Card Albums Lounging Robe Foot Ball Gloves Gloves Knit Jacket Mechanical Toys Jewelry Perfume TravelingBag Games Umbrella Set of Furs Suit Case Tool Chest Silk Stockings Dress Umbrella Toilet Set Handkerchiefs Toilet Set Walking Cane Sweater Neckwear Dolls Gloves Suit Case Toilet Set Books Suspenders Umbrella Society Stationery Toy Dishes HosieryGloves t Books CI Kitchen Sets Ties Ties Vanity Bags CI Beds House Slippers Suspenders Toilet ArticlesCI Furniture Shaving Sets Collars Petticoata Piano Toilet Sets Hosiery Feather Boa Toilet Sets gooksBooks Hand Bags Laundry Sets Fancy Vest Jewelry to Traveling Case Jewelry Coat Sweater Mufffler House Slippers Coat Sweater STEWART DRY GOODS COe STEWART DRY GOODS CO Jocorpoll led Incorporated M CONNECTION WITH JAMES UcGHEEBY fc CO MEW YORK k M CONNECTION WITH JAMES McCREEBY 4 eNEW YORK KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS1 e Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere At least 100 Louisville Knights are expected to make the trip to Eliza both town tomorrow Iron Joseph C Pelletier the her National Advocate has been elected District Attorney of Suffolk uomity MassIllinois councils tit Moline Rock Island and Davenport will hold a big joint initiation at Moline on January 3 A large class will receive the degrees Baltimore Knights began a bazaar on Thursday that will not close until next Thursday evening A feature will be the drawing for a house to cost l000tBatavi- Council conferred the third degree on thirty Knights last Sunday Special trains were run from Brooklyn Buffalo Niagara Falls and Medina Cincinnati and its suburban councils hove a bowling league of sixteen clubs Elder Council has four teams and team No4 has the highest average for the present season Waco Council the youngest in Texas has organized a building so ciety and proposes to erect its own home fiftytwo by seventytwo feet with gymnasium and bowling alleys Philadelphia Knights have paid 50000 for n site for a permanent home On it they propose to erect n building to cost 400000 Archbishop Ryan has approved the pro jectDenver Council will bpen its new home and club house on next Monday evening The Right Rev Bishop of Denver and the Most Rev Arch blsh of Santa Fe are expected to be present at the opening Cannndaigua Council the baby council of the Empire State now has seventy members Previous to the Establishment of the council last week there were twenty Knights in the town but they belonged to out side councils New York Knightswlll hold their annual charity ball on the evening of January 18 and it promises to be time greatest in the history of the order The funds that accrue are used to provide hospital treatment for sick members an annual mejnorlal mass for deceased mom hers the outdoor mass in the Brooklyn Navy Yard in Mny of each year and a lecture course L Lv QLUn ORGANIZED Tlc L L Club has been organ ized aS an adjunct of Louisville Council Knights of Columbus The char actors L LIlJtand for Literary and Lecture Club Permanent rules were adopted and officers were elected on Tijesday night Time officers are Camden R McAtee President New ton Q Rogers Vice President Thomas B Leahy Secretary Will inm J OSulllvan ET McDermott and R W Watson Executive Corm mittee The work of the club will treat of current political religious and literary topics Time members will meet at the club house on time first and third Tuesdays of each month At the meeting next Tuesday evening President Tafts message will be diMUMfruY The lnbnow lumbers fifty iqembers 6IQUAJrnRUU fc aJtr aim is the title of a ney1 1hook published by the Irofwhvay Publishing Company of Ow York City Tti author RichaVd A Kelty Is it Kentackino and a res- Ident of Lontarille and a member of p fU1 1A1i1 tcnovrn ita Esat End 1 ti Quaker Jim is a tale of life in Kentucky I and particularly of Washing ton county The author declares that most of the scenes are laid near Springfield In Quaker Jim Mr Kelty mingles homely wit with pathos but continues fo make each character stand out in bold relief It is a book that will make you smile and ask someone else to rend and to smile with you Quaker Jim will be or sale at all of the book stores I and ought to make a nice gift for Christmas CATHOLIC FORESTERS St Louis Bertram Court of the Catholic Order of Foresters met Monday night and chose officers for the ensuing year All the contests were spirited yet good nntured Al though the oourt Is rather5oung in years it has quite a flourishing mom bership and is one of the strongest fraternal organizations In Louisville The new officers are W M Callag han Chief Hanger Stephen J Mc Elliott Past Chief Ranger D J Hines Vice Chief Ranger J T Kin berger Recording Secretary J A Schad Financial Secretary G C Dettlinger Treasurer James Mc Kiernan J J WJnn and Cary B limes Trustees Edward J Wolfe Speaker SARTO COUNCIL Sarto Council Y M L of Owens boro has elected tine following offi cers for 1010 August Graf President William Arnold First Vice President Elnxer Brown Second Vice President Joseph Oberst Re cording Secretary CharlesDorn Fi nancial Secretary J W Mills Corre sponding Secretary John Oberst Treasurer Hurry Arnold Marshal Paul Augenstein Inside Sentinel Charles Sweeney Outside Sentinel Albert Oberst noI Weldon and William Carlton Executive Committee Time council expects to move into new quarters soon after February 1 JEFFERSONVILLE HIBERNIANS The Jeffeiisonville Division of the A OII has electeu the following of facers for 101- 0PresltlentJ GCole I MurphyRecording1 Me GrodyFinancial Secretary J E Cole Jr Treasurer Bernard A Coll FlahertyInside MASONIQ THEATER New Yorks latest musical comedy sensation The Girl in the Grand Stand will come to Masonic Thea ter during the first half of next week and with a matinee on Wednesday Guy Dates Post will present his great successTheBridge during the latter half of the week There will be a matinee on Saturday KODA CLUBS DANCE The Kpda Euchre Club will give its third select dance at Utopian Hall Twentysecond and Garland Streets Tuesday evening December 31 and a pleasant evening Is assured the guests The committee arranging the affair is made tip of William McGHrk J Boqsmeyer James Hpgan and F Mosconia MAOAULEYS fTIe Girl rroni Ih9tora mul eal comedy that has prpvd popular li in lleEa6twlll hold the boards at Macauky during the first half of next week Cbanney Oleott the tweet aluger of Irish melodies will Nil out the lat halt ftLof the weakt r HOLIDAY FOOTWEAR From all accounts Shoes and Slippers will figure for gifts more than ever before More common sense is being used thats the reason Our showing is on a scale never before attempted in Louisville It is a re flection of our great and earnest efforts SHOES AND SLIPPERS of every description in felt or leather Odd rich beautiful footwearfootwear that is so different from the common rungifts that will impart grace to both giver and gi- veeVOtZ MICHAEL 342 W MARKET STREET f his new of Jr a at St on morn St on on the and had ill Mjr was old and is by Mrs J Mrs and He was an of the the of all Rev of at the on the of the of nt are C of Ida 5Ie a on c J1ii iIiii i GEHER 215 THB NORTH STAR REFRIGERATOR The not a few but all of in that a Gas are has NO desirIIIt in the DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary Horse Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered Both Phones OFFICE AND 713715 SEVENTH with romantic drama Ragged Robin DEATH AFTER LONG ILLNESS The John Tanian who died after long illness Josephs Infirmary Sunday ing took place from Borronieos church Wednesday The deceased suffered from abcesses brain been eight months Tanlan twenty seven years survived four sisters Phlllu Ackerman Mrs James Reagan Mamie Sebastian Miss Ella Tanian employe Mellwood Distillery andcnjoyed esteem who knew himTINE NOVICES The Right Bishop Maes Covington officiated ceremonies Thursday when nine young ladles entered novitiate Sisters Providence Newport The novices Miss Eugenic Jomment Paris France antI Misses Healy Anna Ivnoepfle Tagfue Mary Condos Katherine Sfeerry Katherine Maloney Dorothy Lubappe and Mary Irath SHAMHOOK SOCIALS BALL The Shamrock Social wiH give mark ball atttederkrai Hill CbrllltDev Too following co- waittu OWtemenU bas been SON WEST MARKET STREET SBM CKIKDRATSD Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combines features practical value considered ered desirable Range The QUICK MEAL ranks high estimation public and Shoeing 2399 FORGE STREET funeral Charles AgnCs Gnas ft- BOO Rooers GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city Books Magazines and Religious 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METHODSI 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 7C7ULEYS WednesdayNights The Girl From Rectors With the New York Cast Thursday Friday and Saturday Night and Saturday Matinee OHATJNCY OLCOTT In His Latest Romantic Irish Play RAGGED ROBIN NEW MASONIC WednesdayNighte The Musical Comedy Sensation The Girl In the Grand Stand Thursday Friday arid Saturday Night and Saturday Matinee GUY BATES POSTIn His Great Success as THE BRIDGE CodC NW Corner Third and Green feteAI op 1ta+Y Pay meat W M4I Ma Sala DSp- t t HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolrg the Put WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 1 lost five menlbern by tloath this year Division 1of llrnlnard Inll has contributed s20 to the John A JiSii son memorial fund New Albany Hlbernituin elected their officers nt n largely nth lllril meeting Thursday night Their names will appear next week Dlvlslort 4 of the St Vnul Hiber plans and Division 8 of the Ladles Auxiliary will give a joint dance and card party on the night of Jannary 10 Division 2 Ladles Auxiliary of St Paul Minn initiated a large class last week National Treasurer Mrs Mary It Dale was one of the main guestsMembers of Division 1 look to their new President Attorney Tom Walsh for great things amt have promised to help him increase the membership 100 per cent- Division 1 will hold the lant meet Ing of the enr on Tuesday Decem ber 21 when the new team will con fer the degrees on n large number ofcandidatesThe Board expects every member of the order Jn Jefferson county to be present at the initiation to be held at He rtrand Hall on Sun tiny December 10 The County Board for next year will be one ol the strongest in the history of that lodJ It will be organized and choose officers during the month of January The Ladles Auxiliary will meet Wednesday evening of next week and close the work of 1009 Every men ber is urged to attend as the bust ness will be of Interest to all The custom of paying friendly visits js growing in popularity aiming the divisions of the Eastern States Pleasing programmes are arranged and the results have been beneficial Lowell Hibernians initiated a class of seventyfive last week Of these fifty were accredited to Division s nnd twentyfive to Division 11 Aftert- ime degree work nil sat down to a banquet atone of the hotels Division 3 meets next Thursday night at Seventeenth and Main and every member is urged to attend residentSullivanprogress and his reelection augurs well for the next year The Ladles Auxiliary at Manchester X II initiated nine candi Mondaynightin their hell that proved IJRue cessful Division 4 the largest lii Kentucky comingyearHennessy looks for a gathering that will crowd Bertram JIiHl So well performedtheirwill be node There arefew divisions that have pasttwelvecity President Ford will give are sume of the work of the year at the meeting next Friday night and Secretary John Keaney will report the financial condition A Ijlg meeting is anticipated LABOR ENDS Beloved Prelate Will Lie In the Far Off Epst nnnouncctltllOttheThomas A Hendrick Bishop of Cebu wjll not be brought to the United States but will be entombed in the land in which he labored for the last five years He died rof weekBishop of New York Strtte and was sixty years old He came of a religious fancily fume of his brothers the Rev Fattier Joseph Hendrlcjf being with him when he died Two sisters now deal were nuns and another brother servingfourteenNew York Supreme Court After receiving his theological degree at Fordham College he was ordained in 1873 As a young priest he was as churchInCharlotteof St Bridgets cnureh in Rochester where he remained until made Bishop of Cebu In 1893 Pope Leo summoned him to Rome to prepare Popediedroute to the Eternal City Soon after arriving in Rome he was con secnited by Cardinal Satolli and took up his work in the Philippines early in 1904 The work was hard and the Ilndbeelyear Not long ago n coadjutor was ap pointed to him and Bishop Hendrick prolongedrest bypeople Cathk l LADIES CHOOSE OFFICERS IeneolentSocIetychurch New Albany have elected ensuingyearVice President Mrs Anna Hasen stal Secretary Mrs Pauline Weck CfaraArmbrl1lderTrustees and Miss Anna Jolllssant LOUD ROOSTS BnOTHBK LordQriulIml piichisFprbesforwaflthe district of Marylebnne Zpnd6q Capt Forbes lis an oMtccr in the krtillery Marylebone Iis b strong Tory district and CaptoForbec can o dacy will cotlJi brother WOOOO l F IfBuy That Boys IIIandOvercoatNow Were offering some very special inducements for today and next week Boys AllWool ScotchJ Velours Dicky and Fine Worsted erbocker Suits KerseysI Icoats 750 values regular 6 498As a special inducement to get you to do your XMas shopping early we are going to offer Double Trading Stamps on all purchases made today or next week if you bring this a- dMSMoses Co Incorporated MARKET ST Below FIFTH The Daylight Mens Wear Store Mens and Boys Complete Outfitters Arthur J Kinsella Gen Supt 1U LnaC IIGM = 1- IF MV VM VrV IFII Money iiiiiiI- W Ii To nfl II tmIIft IWflfl I mtII t I m H Title tt I Iii Ky 1111 mImtfl WI Wand tm- M Trust Co tttt Fifth and Court Place t fjI t mUne 28 Piano AHD Drum Music For Dances Parties and Receptions furnished b- yWMJKILKELLYe 1653 Prentice Street Cumb Phone South 2332y ST JOHXS BRANCH St Johns Brunch C K of A will elect officers for 1910 at a meeting to be held Monday night December 20 President William T Median re retests a full attendance so that all can Juke part in enooslng able offit cjjrs to govern the branch EUCHRE AX DANCE Valentine Hive of the Ladles of the Maccabees will give a euchre and dance at Trinity Council Hall Baxter and Morton avenues next Thursday afternoon and evening The afternoon games will be called at 230 oclock and the evening games at l8 oylock CAUSTIC CRITICISM The editor of the Chicago Citizen is quite caustic In his criticisms of John Devoy editor of the Gaelic Ameriacri of New York City He writes During the thirty years we doingsInpoliticalIshmaellteevery man and every mans hand against him John Devoy has been doing the work of Irelands enemies but he has not done it for English gold His reward has been the gratification of his bitter vindictive rejeotedhisdictator of the Irish race OXE CATHOLIC JURIST Wisconsin JMinnesota and North Dakota each has at least one Oath olio on the Court of Appeals bench The latest comet is Judge John Car niody who was recently appointed by Gov Burke of North Dakota Judge Carmody was born In Wis cousin in 1854 His parents were OVltllivIng admUtedpractice in Minnesota he removed to ptarrledMIMwas performed bthb RT Pother Christie now Archbishop of Portland Ore Jud rm dylaamem- Mr of the Kni iI Colualbua and Prwldent of t p th Dakota Bar Association 5 IIRELAND Record of the host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The city of Monaghan has decidedI to have a weekly horse fair and a imonthly flax market Mrs Nellie Dennison was burled recently at Abbyfeale County Limb erick at the age of 103 More than half a million tons of minerals were raised from quarries In the County Antrim within the past yearMichael Keenan aged 100 years lives with his sun at Xewtownbutlcr Both father and son are old age pen sloners The Rev Father John McCafferty has been appointed administrator of the diocese of Letterkenny Donegal CountyI Ellen McXatnee was death In her home In Dromore County Tyrone She was an oldage pensionerDuring the current year more than 16000 has been paid to the Instructors of lacemnkers in the County Fermanagh The Sheriff of Galway made an early morning visit to the estate of the late T KellyMahon and seized a number of cattle Mrs Bridget Corrigan died at her home in Itoughnn County Tyrone at the age of 108 years She retained all her faculties until the last David Crotty a student at Pre sentation College County Cork fell down a stairway and received In juries which resulted in His death Thomas Canty who has been stationmaster at Castlelsland County Kerry has been promoted to the more Important post at Cahirclveen A police hut has been established on Tonlagee farm County Roscom inon to protect John Jtnrnes cattle Police are on duty day and night Fire damaged the Braldwater spinning mill at Ballymena County Antrim to the extent of 5000 and many employes were thrown out of workBishop Clancy of Klphln offi elated nt the blessing of the Monsignor llunly memorial schools and hall at Castlercn County Hoscom mpn The Caledoh Woolen Mills have leased the old mills at lKniyvale County Monaghan nnd a new indus trial spirit is being infifsed into the districtMiss Margaret Moran daughter of the late Dominic Moran of County Mayo has made her profession as a Sister of Mercy at Swlnford Her name In religion will be Sister Jarlath Twenty tenants on the estate of Lord Arron have been proceeded against at Uiillina Quarter sessions by the Irish Land Commissioners to recover amounts due on the pur chase money of their holdings Miss Agnes Madden has made her profession lu the Ursuline Convent ut Thurles She is n daughter of the late Timothy Madden of Ath lone The Must Rev Dr Ferinelly Archbishop of Casliel officiated ntt time profession SOLEMN TRIDUTO Immaculate Conception Parish In Chicago Will Celebrate Tomorrow time members of the Church of time Immaculate Concep tion in Chicago will begin n three days celebration of the founding of their congregation Jt is one of the pioneer vuiiiuiii churches on Chi cagos north Hide The ltev Jhnmlll P Ilodnett pastor of the church has arranged the triduum The exercises tomorrow will begin with a solemn Pontifical muss celebrated by the Most Rev Archbishop Quigley In the evening at t30 the Right Rev Bishop Boflncum of Lincoln Neb will officiafe at sol emn vespers On Monday morning solemn requiem muss will be offered for the repose of the souls of nil deceased members and benefactors of the parish On Tuesday morning a sol emn mass of thanksgiving will be of fered np for nil living members of the parish and its living benefactors In the evening at 8 oclock there will be a home coming in the school hall The first church was a frame structure erected in 1859 It was partially destroyed In 1871 but liter a temporary roof hull been placed over it the people continued to wor until 1874 when a new church was erected Since Father Hodnett became pastor he has made improvements to time extent of 50000 on the church and 23000 on the school lie has three assistant priests TIlE POPES DOUBLE A message from Rome to tie daily papers says reports have been pub fished recently in the antiClerical newspapers that the Pope frequently rides through Rome in nn auto mobile accompanied by his State Secretary Cardinal Merry Del Val This was denied from the Vatican and then some of the cinematograph shows produced pictures of two men closely resembling the Pope and Del Val riding in nn automobile through Via Xazlonnle The pictures were BO closely faked that they deceived some who know the Pojitlff and the Caidinul well- CATILOLIO UNIVERSITY Thu anual report of Hie Very Rev Thomas J Shahan Rector of the Catholic University nt Washington is published jn time latest issue of the Catholic University Bulletin The report gives complete detailsofther- esources and liabilities and the re ceipts and expenditures of the Instl txitlon for the flacRlJearTheuniversity has no debts and its in vested lands amount to 70180530 This inlkes an increase of 74178 over th previous year The Rector notes luat the fund fSOOOpledged bjr the Knights of Columbus IIs making toady profpws 0e also notes tfot four of41w fifty scholar ship itrkBlced by time Ancient Order f i FRANK fEUR BREWING CO JNOQRPORArgD Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it 1 elephone 452 SI5NNACKERMANBREWING INOORPORATEDLOUISVILLE KY FALLS CITY BREWINtICO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are 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Nels BOTTLED IN Bbv 1N 2 fa o 4- U 4- I KENTUOKY IRISH AMERIOAl t a Christmas Suggestions cater especially to Articles suitable for Men and ItBoys and If you want good and practical goods dont fail to look through our stock I BICYCLE DEPARTMENT I We are showing new 1910 Mod els and have the largest stock in the city to select from 18 to 24 inch frames 15 and up FAIRY Velocipedes and Tricycles the finest that money can buy- Coaster Wagons 3 25 Hookand Ladders6 50 v795ExpressIrish Mails 350 and 4 50 GUN DEPARTMENT 1000 Shot Air Rifles with safety 0catch1 Others from 50c up 22 Cal Rifles 180 up Repeating 22 Cal Rifles 7 up Toy and Game Dept We have added a permanent Toy and Game Department on pur 2nd floor and will carry these goods all during the year This department especially for boys goods CarromII to 450 I Agates and Marbles Ball Games 8 styles 50c up Drums 1 to 2 Mechanical Trains 75c up Indian Suits I UP Magic Lanterns 1 UP Tool Chestsi1251 up Rocking Horses 150 up CUTLERY DEPT Carving Sets 250 to 12 500 styles Pocket Knives from 25cto8 Gillette Razors 5 to20 f I OnAmhS FROM s1 XJJP ffiJL 220r- fi o BOll r MENS HIGH CLASS Winter Overcoats i 750 10 12 15 20 25 424 West Market St THE BIG STORE Between S 1 Fourth anti Filth MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO- d h MUSIC IN THE HOME Is at all times essential and there is no time wheu It is apt preciated more than in the summer A- FARRANDCECILIAN PIANO Will supply this music if there is so bne 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 exactly how to secure the proper expression Comp is and permit us to show you more about the FarrandCeclllan ENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated e3Dseg30 FOURTH AVENUE J COFFEES and TEAS Will play a most important part in your Holiday entertaining Youll want the best and to get the best you must order Mulloys SPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEEw 3 LBS FOR SOC 45excellentJCJLjIjO y9 COFFEE ROASTER Home Phone 1313 Sail VV MAaKET 19TRILETitip 11IN111NN11v111N11N 10NNNNNINNN 1NN1 Creagers Business School 1 J D CREAOER Principal Bookkeeping Penmanship Shorthand Typewriting and kin dred subjects taught Day and Night Sessions Students may enroll at any time Our system has superior advantages We have experienced teachers and the niceSt quarters of any of the business schools in Louisville Call to see us If possible SECOND AND BRECKINRIDOELOUISYILLE KY NNNNO- 1l N011N 1 4M1N 101 HOME PHONE 5687 CUMB Main 2712 B HENRY FUOHSSs FLORIST tPlants Designs and Cut Flowers GREENHOUSES STORE Charles and Texas Sts 556 4th St r2pJ SSM lNNNN NONN1H 1N NNNN- T FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET SWI SECOND STREET J FSJLLlVAltllr SAD iIAR CIpRt i RtJDr slid Povltqr and Game of All Kinds ia 5su Ton oaf alaaTetladUe bat the atsrktt affords ia Choice Crts of Beef Spry L bTPorksiid Cand KeaU of allklnde Also the B st sad Pareet 14 la UH We slap carry Bariy Vnto nod Vee UblMaad all tstclaMawriwtwo liiotr 1 4JACIII apuYs ItuTi tM4T FINAL SUMMONS Called Michael Plnesfan to inter Upon Eternal Reward Michael Finegan one of the oldest members of St Louis Bcrtrands par fish and one of the most respected CItizens of Louisville died at his home 1039 South Sixth street early Thursday morning Although he had been critically ill for several weeks the news of his death was a severe shock o his friends and no man In TxMiisvllIo had more friends than Mike rincgar Ills acquaintances were among the high as well as the humble Ills word was Ills bond to all men Men like former United States Secretary John G Carlisle the late Senator Beck and Oov Willson were proud to call Mike Flnegan their friend He lived the life of a just man and died the death of a Christian Mr Finegnn Is survived by the following children Thomas Finer pan Assltsnnt Yardmaster for the L and N Mrs Peter Jennings of Hill Mouse Miss Mury Nellie and Mrs furry Fisher Besides these Mr Fincgan is survived by two de voted brothers Patrick anti John Finegnn The death of the elder brother is us much a loss to these two ns to the children There was no stauncher Irish Na tionalist and no better American in Toutsvills than Mr Flnegan His long life ought to be an example for Irish Catholics everywhere The funeral will take place from St Louis Bertrunds church at 10 oclock this morning FORD FINDS FAVOR With Members of Division 2 For Another Term Division 2 A O II held a big meeting Tuesday night curd the ses slon was a busy and a happy one The election of officers was the main feature of the evening but with one accord the members in sisted on returning Con J Ford to the Presidents chair for another term The new officers chosen are President C J Ford Vice President llaymond Barrett Recording Secretary Tim J StoneFinancial Secretary John Tr KenneyTreasurerJoseph Lynch SergeantatArms Dave Murph- yScnthnelWilfam Nash Standing Committee Bodney Hall William T Meehan Edward Kelrnn Ernest Smith and Joint J Sullivan Division 2 has enjoyed a prosper ous year and has mode a greater per centage of gain than any other division in the city Instead of holding n meeting next Friday night Division 2 has gener ously surrendered its hall at First and Market streets to the SlIgo Club whose members intend to give a charity euchre on that night The cause is a worthy one and nil members of Division 2 and their friends are invited SUPREMEI COUNCIL Of Catholic Knights of America Will Meet- n Nashville The next Supreme Council of the Catholic Knights of America will meet at Nashville Tenn May 1013 1910 Thus far 000 has been raised visitingdelegatesning the entertainment expects to raise as much more before the coun cil meets Nashville is proud to have the convention assemble there and for more than one reason In the first place it has good grounds to the claim of being the cradle of the order It was in Nasn vllic that the organization was launched by Mr McLoughlin and Itishop Feeliun afterward Arch bishnp of Chicago in 1877 It began in an humble manner and Its nearly thirtythree years of good work have not all been years of sunshine The projectors of the order did not for see the vast good that the Knights were to do- Cincinnati has already organized a probnbletltntother centers of the order will follow riuit- 1ARALYSiS PROVES FATAL I Peter M Andriot the veteran wagon manufacturer died at his home 2621 St Xavier street early Thursday morning About ten days previous he suffered a paralytic stroke and from the first attack little Lone was entertained for his recovery For thirtyfive years Mr Andriothad carried on the business of wagon and carriage makingon Green street near Second and had built tip a lucrative trade He was spiritedbusinessall with whom lie came in contact He was always a devout Catholic and an exemplary husband and father He Is survived by his wife and four children The sons are Edward and Lawrence who were associated with their father In busi ness and Adolph Andriot and a laughter Mlas Virginia The funerall will take place from St Cecilias church this morning Mr Andrlot parishhforher of the Knight ofColumbus- PROCATIlI41RAL 1AIDICATlif The new proCathedral of the Incarnation at Nashville Tenn was dedicated with die solemnity on Thursday i the feast of the Immaculate Conception The Pontifical mass was e lebrat d by thlIUcht Rev Thomas Sebastian Byrne Ifishopof Nashville AmoiMj the clergy la thin MaCuary Were the Most rev Henry Moelier Archbishop of doelanstl Bishop Hark ley of Columbus Ohio and Bisbdp Y I t l SOCIETY DIRECTORY I A O H DIVISION 1 I Meets at Falls City hall on First and Third Tuesday PresIdentThomas Keenan Sr Vice PresidentMark Ryan Recording Secretary Ties Lawler Financidl Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Charles J FInegan SergeantatArms Andrew Curran SentinelLouIs Roller- DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday Red Mens Hall First and Market President Con J Ford Vice PresidentD D McKenna Recording Secretary T J Stone FinancialSecrotary JnoT Keaney Treasurer Joseph T Lynch SergeantatArms hn T Brown SentinelWilliam Nabb- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeenth and Main Streets President Patrick T Sullivan Vice PresidentMartin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thos Stevens Financial SecretaryJ O llcsston DoughertySentinelThomas SergeantatArms Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 MondaysDertrand HennessyVice Financial SecretaryWm P lltDonogh 1212 Sixth street Recording SecretaryJno J Winn BradySentinel SergeantatArms John Doolan I DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days at Pfaus Hall KennedyPresident Vice PresidentRobert Qleason Recording Secretary Thos OHern Financial Secretary John G Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Standing Committee Redmond Stanton Martin Fogarty and John Kennedy V M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentLouis J Kieffer First Vice President ThosDCHnes Second Vice President Samuel L RobertsonRecording Secretary Robert Os borne SecretaryWilliamF Financial SecretaryFrank 0 AdamsTreasurerDaniel W Weber Marshal Adolphus Andrlott Inside Sentinel J C F Bartsch Outside Sentinel William poAn driott I j I tfflERHelpless IOEtilq JroJfIC J Condition 7I Mrs Clara Holoff wrIte from BntTtlo N TM Sept 2 1907 Mr son wail years of ego when ha wan afflicted with St Vitas dance which put him in a plttyful and helpless condition Alter the use of the first bottle of Pastor Koenlffs Nerve Tonic his condition improved and after using throe more bottles hewn not afflicted for a time of 5 rear Then he had another spell but not severe at all and haying taken another bottle he has not been bothered since I therefore recommend this Tonic to any I one who is molested with this sickness Eerrone who had seen my boy before and after taking the Tonic would make the same statement that Ihue made I I MKOeo Vf Sloan of Petoslcey Mich writes on March 8 1906 I was restless could not sleep and my lower linb were so weak that they I would give way and I would drop down I then took 2 bottles of Pastor Koenig Nerve Tonle and now I can get around as well as ever and sleep all nightII F vous Diseases and n Sample bottle to any tbimtclldn patients also Rt free Prepared by the Rev KATIIIR KOENIO of Fort Wayne Ind since 1876 and now by the I KOENIG MED CO Chicago III 100 Lake Street Sold by Druggists nt SI per Bottle 6 for CS Large Size 175 OBottUs for SUo I Morris of Little Rock The deaf catory sermon was preached by Father De La Morinlere S J of New Orleans RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Mrs Lula Mc Laughlln who died at the family residence 533 East Green street on Friday night took place iron St Uoniface church on Sunday after noon and was largely attended The deceased was thirtynine years old and a native of Louisville Prior to her marriage slidwas Miss Lulu Steltenkamp Her husband and soy oral brothers survive Mrs Rose Russell infill three years ago H resident of Louisville died suddenly at her home in LoS Angeles on Sunday morning The telegram announcing her death was exceedingly brief but it is believed death resulted front heart trouble Prior to her marriage the deceased was Miss Tlose McCrory and was the McCrorySheL Russell and two small children and by her sister Mrs Theresa Kyle who was with her when the end came The remains will be intermenthndthe Cathedral of the Assumption nqEMER BR03 OPENING lllpemer Bros will have a formal opening of their cafe Twentysecond and Duncan streets next Monday evening from 8 Oclock until 1 An elaborate shoat lunch with all the accessories will be provided Good music will enliven the scene Bloomer WntbroughouttMfriends to attend Jhe feativitieB OBNTRAL ATtRKIN John B Oelkrg Prealdemtof the National Central yriR Uag notified the yariotiB brasob9s that the next national cbarmUon will IHI held la Newark N J UcJ a fall of nut jramr j PARENTS GRIEVE Over Mysterious Disap pearance of Little Alma Kellner r At the hour of going to press no trace had been found of little Miss caroltlldaughterner been missing Wednesday morning She left home I to attend mass at St Johns church and was last seen at Hancock and Broadway about a square from her home The belief of her parents and police authorities is that the child has been kidnaped Her par ents are welltodo and it is possible that designing and malignant per areholdingTAttle Alma was unusually bright and was a pupil of the Sisters of DrondwaySheand pupils When she left home it was to attend mass at St John s church five blocks away Since then missingPolicethe city for news of the missing child and the parents and relatives are spending anxious moments awaiting news of the little girl The appealsto theIbeingleftAlmaIfwouldbe abductors are caught sum mary punishment should be dealt out to them GETTING READY Ashland Hibernians Elect Officers That Will Work Division 1 A 0 II of Ashland Ky met Monday night and elected the following officers for 1910 President James Btirdiss Sr Vice President Michael Purtle Sr OJllleyRecording TreasurerJ J ONeil SeerJSentlnelPChairman Standing Committee Joseph Jlynji The members of the division are rentlytonext State convention which will meet at Ashland in September 1010 Among the most active workers are State Treasurer Thomas M Howard Jr and County President Thomas isr Howard Sr Ills friends claim that the County President iis one of the truest Irishmen in the United States Division President J B Burdiss is another hard worker Early in January the Ashland division will initiate n large class and when the convention meets the division will be one of the largest in the State Every man now In is trying to secure AuxiliaryIspreparingtoState convention All in all Hiber ninnlsin is booming at Ashland HUSH DARING Miss Shellah ONcIlf Will Try to Ply Home Time London correspondent of the Philadelphia NorthAmerican writes that Miss Sheilah OXeill nn Irish lady is laving a flying machine con structed and intends to pay a flying visit to her home in Ireland about Christmas time This is the same Miss ONeill who recently startled Scotland Yard detectives by applying for a license to drive a taxicab in London The machine that is being con structed for Miss ONeill Is partly her own invention Its framework is being made of Irish spruce It will1 weigh only 200 pounds and will carrjMcn gallons of oil During the flying trip Miss ONeill will wear n cloe fitting cap a jersey and knickerbockersNervous n bit slue said to an interlocutor A woman who can drive a big car through thin thickest traffic in London is not going to be scared by a journey in midair I mean to have a boat following me in case I should come down to grief in the Irish Sea but am n strong swimmer and i have no fear at all CIFAHLKS P nATTRIUIAN DEAD Charles F Itatterriian a very pop lIar young man died at Sts Mary md Elizabeth Hospital Wednesday afternoon He had been suffering from cancer of the liver The de ceased was twentyfive years old mil served for some time as n Deputy Sheriff In the recent campaign klr Itatterman was the Democratic nominee for Constable in the Her inth Magisterial district which la largely Republican and was defeated by a small majority After death his remains were removed to the family residence 1115 South Sixth placefrom9 oclock this morning Time deceased Is survived by his wife andan in fant son and by several brothers and sisters Edward Battennnn the funeral director is one of the surviving brothers RECEIVES INSTRUCTION According to advices sent the New York World the Countess Granard formerly Miss Beatrice Mills of New York is about to become a Catholic She is now in retirement at Castle Forbes County Longford Ireland for the winter and is receiving in tructlon in Catholic doctrines The cablegram says she will be baptized before Christmas FINANCJAMA SAFE At the recent Bmlanhual meeting of the Supreme Trustees of the CHth olio Knights of America It was vote bo Jnrect aa additional aoMO in good 6oUrIUIhlljIlowa that the financial affair of the order JIM to goallwntrr sndablr managed I For Your Furniture Wants II WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are largest my prices low pest and my terms the best JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Str- eetREMOVAL A BRUNN The Jeweler if y 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 anduptodate and of latest design and make I Dont You Think lILZJ Tlutt n Bottle of OLD McKENNA WHISKYW- ould make a very acceptable Christmas Present for your friend in this or other States Put up in nice neat unmarked packages ALL KINDS OF WINES BRANDIES GINS ETC Old McKenna costs no more than other brands and is always sold Pure and Straight HENRY BOSQUETS OLD BLUE HOUSE Home Phone 910 131 S FOURTH AVENUE I CHARLES BOESWALD DEALER IN Groceries Meats and Vegetables Butter Eggs and Poultry I CHRISTMAS NUTS CANDIES and FRUITS a Specialty Home Phone 3266 N E Cor 16th and Walnut BE SURE TO CALL FOR I McRENNAWHISKY I IITIS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky DONT WODRYABOUT YOUR PLASTERING FALLING OFF =Have It Repaired With DIAMOND WALL PLASTER And It Will Not Happen Again KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COJNOOHP HATED I Brook and River Both Phones 2267 Louisville Ky I M J BANNON P BANNON JR H M WOLTRINO I Pns Mgr VlcfPrit St Tnai Sicrtiary I I Bannon Sever Fipe Co Salt fifeBaatieas a for Steam Caadalts AWall Tile sickIGrate and Eoiler Tile Groaad Fire Clay Chiaaey TOBS Lawa Vases Vitrified Sidewalk Brick I OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON C TBIBPHONBS73 WORKS i3th and mothTIU I4f+Nfit+ ++ 1 rnrx wnnu OHAMPAOmH AJUe KOLB 1 1 u 345 wtst GrMn Str t LI VOZL IOA jhhlHt 0 f