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Digital page images are linked to the text file. e oif 7 T I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERIcAN I I VOLUME XXIII NO 25 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY DECEMBER 18 1909 PRICE FIVEirCEh TRADITIONS Jlegnrdlng Christmas Come Down From Early Christian Ages+ w Rome Ins Constantly Held to December 23 as Natal Day F Iagans Had Their Winter Solstice In Lieu of Modern Feast TIME OFZJOY AND KINDLINESS The Catholic church annually celebrates December 25 as the aunt versary of the birth of our Lord and Redeemer Jesus Christ It Is not certain that lIe was born on that day but the concensus of opinion Among doctors of the church is that lie was The custom of celebrating a special day In memory of Christs nativity Is one which dates f oll11 earliest ages of Christianity Ii From primitive times the Eastern church solemnized the birthday of our Blessed Lord on January 6 Rome however with never failing constancy his always celebrated the event on December 25 Don Swithcr Baumcr O S B archaeologist and historian is of the opinion that Christmas must lhavebecn instituted In Rome some time after the year 243 Hippolytcs may bo cited as one of the earliest authorities In favor of December 25 He lived in Rome during the first half of the third century and must have had the best opportunities of learning the primitive traditions of the true church He sets down the date when Christ was born as December 25 A Roman calendar of the fourth century still extant gives December 25 as the anniversary of the birth of Christ Pagan Rome also kept a festival on December 25 To the pagans It was the birthday of the sun and the suggestion has been made that this influenced the Church in fixing Christmas on the same day lle that as it may one can not fall to see a striking parallel between the day of the winter solstice when the t sup Is+ aq tit er bon Ibanthe S riPU Justtee ivho- ltoredbyr lb ieLosrFtCl rIII ln to upontheThe feast of Christmas then must be regarded as essentially a feast of the Latin church Its institution a dates from Rome about the end of the third century From Rome it iound Its way into the East When preachingtotold them that Christmas had been Introduced into that city only ten years before Of all the festivals that have been 1celebrated by man the gentlest is Christmas Away back In the days when the imagainatlon of the race was simple the awakening Intellect of man looked with wandering eyes upon the marvels of nature It saw creeping sands of day The sun prow old and feeble and none might know when he would gasp his last and leave the world black and chilled Then when solemn fear held the hearts of men there was a new bIrth of the sun He became a babe growing stronger every day The iloodtide of darkness turned and the world was young again Luxurious ruggedTeutonsawed by the evidence of a divine love Which they did not understand The awesome gratitude that fol lowed the winter solstice had Its r Influence on the mystic religion of men in far off ages But the real Christmas the anni versary of the birth of Christ suffused the world with love peace and kindliness Each year this love and kindliness Increases Men are more careful to be kind to each r other Gift giving Is one of the tra ditions of Christmas To give is better than to receive but do not nowShow crowded sales girls by buying ahead thatthesenger and the letter carriers also expect to celebrate Christmas Above nil remember the poor for In 1 relieving their distress you are lending to the Lor- dIIEALTIIX BOYS Will Have Large Appetites ChristmasTime n St Lawrence Institute a home for working boys on East College street has enjoyed a very favorable year under the direction of Rev lirother Plus At present sixteen boys ranging in age from fourteen to twenty years are being housed at the institute With few exceptions lilt are employed There is room for several move boys but it is expected that the quarters will have to be nla1geUerelong The Xavierlan Brothers whp liars- sliargeof the home are doing a great vork In caring ifor hjUnelew 1 boys It Is a work that haR been +nebiira r d by tawny good people hi Louisvllleji b tth tilIt room tote f more encouragement The boys are well housed well fed well dis ciplined and healthy Like other boys they will enjoya good Christ mils dinner If you want to help h good cause send Irult a turkeyor something else worth while to St Lawrence Institute and you will be rewarded with the prayers of Brother Plus and his boys EUGENE MCARTIIY Who Will Lead Catholic Knights of the Falls Cities OLD OFFICERS Nearly All ReElected By Members of Division Four Division 4 A 0 II met with a large attendance at Bertrand Hall on Monday night President John H Hennessy occupied the chair Mike McHugh and John Phalen were reported ill Pat Kenealey and Dr Charles Edelen who had been ill were reported fully re- stOred to health Officers for the year 1010 were elected as follows President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial Secretary Thomas J LanganRecording Secretary John J WinnTreasurerIIarr Brady SergeantatArmsWilliam Callag hanOutside Sentinel Michael McDer mottStanding Committee John J Barry William Callaghan Fred Mooney William J Connelly and John P McNamara mcrllJwerepostlonsnndmen Many of them have served three or more terms Thomas JLangan who was chosen Financial capacity tee as now constituted is new but servedinTreasurer Harry Brady made a report In which he showed that there had been an awful drain on the treasury during the past twelve months Since January 1 there have been three deaths in the division and sickbenefitsinterestingtalksuggestions regarding the finances of the division Applicants for mem bership were made by William OSulllvan and Martin Tully Joseph CountyBoard DivisIon President Hennessy reminded all that a jbint Initiation would be held on the following Sunday tomorrow Division 130 oclock PRIESTS JUBILEE Fifty Years of Sacerdotal Service of Father Guenigen The Rev Louis Guegucu many years ago pastor of Holy Trinity church New Albany celebrated his golden sacerdotal jubilee at St Francis Xavlers church Vincennes Ind on Tuesday Among the visit lag clergy to attend the celebration was the Rev Father Charles Cur ran pastor of Holy Trinity cuurcli New Albany Chaplainofnear Vincennes He Is a native of France and was born in 183 He came to America when twentyfive years old and was ordained in St Xavicrs church Vincennes in 1850 At that time Vincennes was the seat of the diocese and St Xavier church was the Cathedral Several years after his ordination he served churchNew pastorgootee and Washington Jnd Father preserved FRESH AS A DAISY Andy East the popular Superin tendent of sewers and drains is back on the job again after a weeks Illness He hdfb case of time Trip Now he IB put umlllng and bland waiting for new invite charitybesaarsthe Sts Mary and EHwitetU Hps jpltal fair this week and his services wilt long be remembered IntJie CharltyiJ j h 1t r t J i- l I ST JOSEPHS INFIRMARY FINISHED Central Committee of the cIt of A Completes Its Work forI Year President John Schalda Has n Splendid Record for Ills Term Youngest Delegate to the Central Body Chosen toTh Head MATTERS YET IN PROSPECT The Central Committee of tho Catholic Knights of America closed its business for 1000 with an election of officers on Friday evening of lost week Presidpnt John Schalda oc cupied the chair and the branches affiliated with Central Committee were well represented It has been a prosperous year for the central body but the prosperity would not have come uninvited by the hard work of President Schalda and his confreres He was the mainspring the others were the wheels and the cogs When the mainspring was in- aetlliaeativholmachineryJ moved lIn unison THere SMbeno more meetings of the central body until after the first of the year It was announced that a general initiation of members of all the branches would be held at St Marys Hall on the second Sunday in January After all absolutely necessary routine had been disposed of Presi dent Schalda announced that the new business would be left for the now year and the new administra tion Henry Bosquet one of the most faithful workers in the Central Committee made an able address on Fraternity and announced that the new membership directory would be ready for distribution at the next meeting The officers who lead been nominated at a previous meeting were then elected and are as follows McCarthyVice SecretaryBen Kruse Treasurer Charles Falk Marshal Charles A Hill MurphyIIelrrman William T Meehan who is Chairman of the degree team will install nil the officers of local branches the dates for which have not been set The degree team has been in vited to go to Henderson early In January to conduct an initiation there It is probable that the In vitation will be accepted The par aphernalia used is the property of thee degree team but the Trustees shave promised to Insure It against loss or damage beenhardOnthollcKnights McCarthy ably the youngest member ot the committee He was one of the first young men to join the military firstlocalmann Secretary Kruse and Treasurer Falk as well as the Trustees ofACHARITYS APPFAL Promptly Answered by the Good People ofThis City TIle people of Louisville tried themselves in their efforts to make successful the charity bazaar of Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital Which was held at Liederkranz Hall on the afternoons and evenings of Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday patronizedtheculinary effort made by the ladles and the wheels were besieged at all timeby willing patrons PCroninNazareth the diocese was eoltle mos- tIndefatigsdlorkersI for 1h8lIC WorklngiJlandtnOanz CbftirnMfa of the Generalf Com r R n mlttee Patrick T Sullivan j Vice Chairman Secretary Patrick Savago and Treasurer Al Smith The school children from the various parishes visited the bazaar on appointed afternoons and each child vied with the other In tryingjto help the good work of the Sisters of Charity When all returns are made thousanddollarsthis very worthy charity NEW COUNCIL Of Knights of Columbus Is Instituted at Eliza- bethtown jii The ncu council of the Knights of Columbus which was establlhed at Ellzabethtown Ky last Sunday starts out with fifty charter mem hors The three degrees w re con ferred by Louisville Councils degree team assisted by State Deputy John T Donovan of PadUcah and James Rogers of Lexington More than 250 visiting Knights from Iwiulsvllle Lebanon and Bowling Green were presentc1 At the close of the degree work nil Rat down to an elaborate ban quet which had been spread by the wives sweethearts and daughters of the Ellzabethtcwn Knights The speakers at the banquet Ipluded the Hon W W Spalding of Lebanon Camden R McAtee and Judge Matt ODoherty of Louisville Those who enjoyed the addresses dectlrethatJudge ODoherty was litShis best and never more eloquelat than he was lastSunda evenin Ils talk on topics d art every ntgtit of Columbus 1UDOENT DEATHS Michael Griffin a respected res ident of the last End died at his home 830 East Market street on Monday evening The funeral which was well attended took place from St Michaels church on Thursday morning Sarah Houghton an aged IMrs resident of the Hill at the home of her nephew Charles McCaffery 1204 Payne street on Monday evening Her funeral took place from St Aloysius church on Thur y Mrs Mary A onnelly died at the residence of her father Patrick Parlin 1810 Portland avenue early Wednesday morning The funeral took place from St Patricks church Friday and was largely attended by friends of the deceased and of the bereaved family Mr and Mrs E J Mann have the sympathy of many friends over the loss of their infant son E J Mann Jr The little one was nineteen months old and was the delight of his parents He died at the family residence 706 East Chestnut street on Monday afternoon John G Duttlinger aged eighty two years and a native of Germany died at the home of his daughter Mrs William Wantland 1716 Burnett avenue early Sunday morning and the funeral took place from St Georges church on Tuesday Mr Duttlinger had spent half a century in Louisville and waft highly esteemed In German Catholic circles The funeral of Miss Lina Aline Head who died at the family res idence 1533 West Jefferson street on Friday afternoon of last week took place from the Cathedral of the Assumption on Tuesday morn ing The deceased was a lovely girl of seventeen years and Is survived by her parents Mr and Mrs Charles Head The many friends of the family sympathize with them In their grief The funeral of Miss Rosa W Schuble who died at the family res idence 80S Franklin street Sunday night took place from St Martins church on Tuesday afternoon The deceased was fifty years old and a native of Louisville Two sisters Mrs WUiram Hllleri and Miss Anna Schuble and two brothers Andrew and William Schuble survive Miss Schuble nlae highly regarded by all who knew her morelamiIJarlyknoYnas Hospital on Tuesday evening He was fifty years ills and was well and favorably known in the union printing offices of this pity He had Asssistauts tgokplacepeloDWedneldtUrh rgeoftheinnah J r I ii BIG fEAST Trinitys Councils Treat Proved Enjoyable to the Many Present Delectable Viands Caused Guests y to Feel 1erfectly at Home Closing of Successful Year Was Marked by Number of IJIlllI Speeches PAST PRESENT AND FUTURE The grosses gast maht in plain English the big meal of Trinity Council last Monday night was an immense success from social nu merical and gastronomical points of view It was to celebrate the close of a very successful year for Trin sty and It certainly filled the bill The banquet tables were spread in the basement The attendance was immense and yet there was room for all and an abundance of viands The culinary end of it was as perfect as possible There were no dull moments during the evening Among the guests of honor were the Rev Fnther J A QGrady Chaplain of Trinity Council and the Rev Fathers Constantine and Ambrose C P of Sacred Heart Retreat All routlhe business was dispensed with for the evening James B Kelly President of Trin ity Council Sat at the head of the table as toastmaster After Father OGrady had invoked a blessing on the feast the guests fell to with a will No hotel banquet ever com pared with the grosses gast mahl declared the members When all had dined Toastmaster Kelly introduced the various speakers Father OGrady was brief in his laudation of the Y M I Supreme Director James T Shelley made a brief but interesting talk on the relations ex isting between the Supreme and subordinate councils Rev Father Constantine an eloquent young Passionist priest was brief but promised earliest opportunity Grand Secretary Eugene J Cooney talked on Trinitys Past Rev Father Ambrose C P recited per sonal remlnlsences of the Y M IIVie K Ecker Presidentelect of Trinity talked of the councils future Louis J Kieffer President of Mackin Council auuressed those assembled on Macklns Works Grand President Robert T Burke talked of the work of the Grand Council and John Cunniffo had Harmony for his theme Frank G Adams Chairman of the Board of Grand Directors made a brief but interesting talk on subjects dear to the Y M I The members and guests were well pleased with the evenings en tertainment It has been the most successful year in the history of guestsdepartedTrinitys members that a number of candidates were to be balloted for at the meeting next Monday night and that on the night of December 27 a big class of candidates would be initiated He urged a full attend ance on both evenings GOING SOME Members of Sarto Council Are Up and Doing Now Sarto Council Y M I pf Owens boro now preparing to enter new and more cpmmodlous quarters about February 1 has not been remiss in its social duties durIng the fall season Since September SO it has had a grand euchre entertained its Ladies Auxiliary held a pie and shadow party entertained Grand President Robert T Burke has given a Thanksgiving dance and has pleased its members with impromptu smokers and card parties w111belooatedonthe Carrlco building now in process of erection and In the very heart of the seoon4flooroil fAccordingfr9j i k q Council will have a hall forty by seventy feet double parlors card room library billiard room kitchen two committee rooms nnterooms property roonls lavatories and cloak rooms The council will furnish its new quarters in elegant style and will equip a gymnasium in modern manner President August Graf who will take hold in January will receive the hearty support of the other members in maintaining the spirit of the Y M I in Owensboro JOIN F KENNEY PresidentElect of Mackin Council NEW GROTTO Of Our Lady of Lourdes Is Thrown Open to Worship A miniature copy of the famous grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes adorns the New York church of that name It was thrown open to pub Hi worship for the first time last Sunday but was dedicated on the feast of the Immaculate Conception Extending across the entire width of the basement of the cnurch a distance of seventyfive feet and more than twelve feet in height the grotto gives the impression of being hewn out of solid rock The niche in which stands the altar is thirty feet wide ten feet In height and about twenty feet deep It is lighted with a soft glow from In candescent globes hidden in the ceiling The altar was designed for the grotto by and Is the gift of Mrs Theodore F Tone in memory of her husband To the right of the altar in a separate niche stands an image of the Virgin Mary and It is planned to place at the left a reproduction of the fountain at Lourdes from which Is drawn the water to which miraculous qualities are attributed The famous votive candlesticks at Lourdes are also reproduced and by degrees the copy will be patterned after the original even to the smallest details The Church of Our Lady of Lourdes was built seven years ago The front and side of the structure are of marble taken from the old Academy of Design and the rear is of granite blocks taken from St Patricks Cathedral when the new Lady chapel was added The build ing is designed in the Venetian Gothic style of the thirteenth cen JosephITMORE MONEY From the Back to Town Committee and End Not Yet In the absence of President Louis J Kieffer Vice President Thomas D Clines presided at the meeting of Mackin Council on Monday night Albert Enz was reported still on the sick list Reports of committees and many matters of minor routine were considered and disposed of The most interesting feature of the meeting was the report made by acting President Thomas D Clines for the Back to Town Com mittee Mr Clines who was Chair man of that committee since its Inception turned over 225 last Monday night This means that with all expenses paid the committee has turned over to Mackin Council something over 1400 Tickets to the value of 100 are still outstand bymembersadditional 100 is sure to be forth coming Mr dines also announced that Aulyn Kanston composer of A Mile From Town and Back To Town was at work on a new oper nconference Mackin looking toward another series of performances dpring the The report was re- ceivedwith dell probabletJiatcommitteewill be named toconfer with Mr Kanston ANGELING QUARTERLY theAngelineaine edited by the pupils pf Sacred Heart Academy has made Jhiap usuallyinterestingI matter Is cell written and shows that the pupils of Sacred Heart Academy received careful training from the Ursuline Sisters in English compositioii This magazine is replete with biographical sketches de ftoriptive matter thoughtful poetry and inisoellaneoua sketohesIt is ales wllJllMtrattd and ii wn nigh jMrfMi frqmi a tyjfrographiaal stand r Iti NATIVITY Of Christ as It is Observed In Certain Roman f j Circles Ereof the Great Feast a Strict Day of Fast and Abstinence Students of the American College May Dine on Festive 1 Turkey j MANY VISIT INFANTS CRIB Christmas yearwill Xrlikecelebratethreethe only day In the year on which any priest Is allowed to offer the holy sacrifice thrice Popo Plus will celebrate all three of his masses In highdignitariesreceiving the sacred host from his hands Of course there will be a bountiful dinner served to all the at PopeIsmeal on the feast of the nativity of the Infant Jesus will not depart much from the ordinary Christmas eve is a feast day in Rome as in the United States only more so Americans are permitted the use of eggs butter and cheese Roman Catholics are permitted fish and bread alone On that evening a supper will be served In the Vatican and all attendants on the Supreme Pontiff are expected to be present as guests of honor Bread and veg etables will be the only viands in ad dition to fish The markets in Rome on Christmas eve are busy scones of interest Fish of all kinds are exposed and sold for auction and every Roman family of consequence is represented by one of its members or by a chef The Vat- Ican chef will be on hand As is customary he will visit the market clad in his gorgeous blue uniform and will ride In a carriage drawn by a white mule On Christmas eve too all the Catholics In Rome go to confession Then on Christmas morning they re ceive holy communion and none think of hearing less than three masses One of the most popular places of worship on ChristmasTnorn1 ing is the Church of St Mary Major where a relic of the Blessed Virgin is exposed for the veneration of the faithful throughout the day Every church in the Eternal City is crowd ed throughout the day with devout men women and children who desire to pay their tributes of devotion at the tribe of the Infant Saviour and every Roman church has its crib In fact the chief amusement among time Romans on Christmas day is n make the rounds of as many churches as possible and inspect the cribs and compare the decorations and illuminations The students for the priesthood from the various ec clesiastical colleges will visit many of these cribs and on different days during the holidays will visit the Vatican Itself If there Is to be turkey In Rome this year it will be found on the festive board In the refectory of the American College Many of the young men from the United States have parents In affluent circum stances and it is hardly posslple that Christmas will be allowed to pass without a hamper from home There are 150 healthy young men there not to mention the members of the fac andultywill eatsofIt will take quite a bunch of turkeys to appease the appetites of the Amer- Icans CHIUSTMAS MASSES I No Excuse For Any One railing to Attend Holy Sacrifice Christmas of course Is a holy day of obligation There should be noI excuse for any Catholic missinglymass on that day Many hear at least three masses on Christmas in Louisville the first mass In nearly all the churches Is celebrated at 5 oclock This year the usual custom will prevail In churches where there are two or more priests mass can be heard at almost any hour Christmas Is of the year on which n priesthas tlto privejege of celebrating three masses Invariably the priests avail themselves of this prlvelegeAt Cathedral St Anthonys St Bonifaces St Martins and St ti Louis Bertrands masses will be In progress almost continually from 5 oclock In the morning until noon Every devout Catholic will approach holy communion on Christmas itorri Ing tr KNIGHTS TO INITIATE Louisville Council Knights 6f Columbus will confer the three 00II grees on a class of seventythree candidates at 2 oclock tomorrow afternoon It Is expected thatfaele gatipns will come from Bard tWLebnonBIabe htownJfersaa yille New Albanyl and otMfcr erby pblnta to attend the exerilAbanquet will follow the degree Trork u V- y a d n- n L L1 IU j I K 1TrUcK r IRISa IMF RIOAN j +o x ooiffioooXoo H so OOiA +rXoCo+ VyooT Tsfc AGENTS FOR TODD BUILDING 11 Ix ORei11y C Poutch- Y nf REAL ESTATE andnt p FIRE INSURANCEfl4It 4 LOANS AND MORTGAGES z i gtiXfiti AS 1N 1N N NN N NN N b l NNfN rrr swNNrSPN 0 y wN nrNr d ooox00000 i + N o N N ooox N t ty 1 GERMAN BANK 1 CAPITAL 250000 SURPLUS 510000 Interest Paid On Time Deposits r FIFTH AND MARKET STREETS I XMAS IS HERE j And Vo Are Beady and Can Show You the Finest Selections ot fte Diamonds Watches Jewelry Silverware CutC Glass Etc i Atvisit will convince you that we have the largest and x best line from which to choose your Holiday Presents Whether you buy 6rnotbyou art welcome 7a C M WISEMAN SON JEMELERSn132 West Market Street Louisville Ky HNee0aO 0eo0N 0iNO1eV 44It i HARRY BiDRlVER President WALTER RtTCLIFFE Secretary T i 04 I 1i DOMESTIC LAUNDRY 1 i COMPANY i JJ- j J j HIGH GRADE LAUNDRY WORK i fiuishjjOur method of taund iuiiVa not equaled by any laundry in the citylBOTH PHONES 1na 409 S FIFTH STREETl OiNSN4MOH o4OMONNNNOO NON I Dont You VVELL1Think That n JoUle 01 WHISKYAWould 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 aqd is always sold Pure and Straight HENRY BOSQUETS OLD BLUE HOUSE KMM Phww 910 131 S FOURTH AVENUE r HNi0NIN1NHNNNtNlM o GEORGEj BUTLER DEALER IN- FANCYr GROCERIES AND PRODUCE FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES CIGARS AND TOBACCO 0c mi it We Garry Nuts fruits and Candies of All Kind c o POR1IApD4YE11b3I t1 i CARDINALS Are Hinges ot the Church and Advisors of the Holy Father The Sacred College Is Limited to Seventy But Rarely Complete Three Distinct Classes Though All Are ot Princely Rank THINGS WORTH REMEMBERING The long talked of consistory is causing more anxiety among the laity than among the clergy Daily Inquiries are made as to what Car- dInal means as to his duties etc C A UouvSer a Catholic writer has explained many of these things The title of Cardinal Is taken from the Latin cardo a hinge It has ex isted in the Catholic church from very early times and was at first used to designate certain ecclesiastics who were the Popes Vicars and coadjutors in the diocese of Rome for the management of affairs both spir PopeNicholaselecting a Pope to the Cardinals alone The body of Cardinals is called the Sacred College While It I is usual for the Cardinals to select one of their own number as Pope there is no rule of the church in the matter and at least seven successors of St Peter were elevated without ever having worn the purple The cardlnulate Is divided idto three classes though nil are of equa princely rank Cardlpal Bishops Cardinal Priests and Cardinal Deacons The precedent In each or der Is according to seniority of creation The six Cardinal Bishops respectively the six suburban holdII Rome viz First Ostia and second Porto and S Ruflna third Frascnti fourth Palestrihn fifth Sabina and sixth Albano The Bishop of Ostia Is Dean of the Sacred College and it is he who consecrates the new Pope The Bishop of Porto I IssubdeaconIn SixHus V limited thefnumber of Cardinals to seventy f bersslx Bishops fifty priests and fourteen deaconsand that rule has prevailed to the present time but for the last century the number has 16551andvacant seat The fifty Cardinal priests are chosen chiefly from among the Patriarchs the Archbishops and the Bishops but the religious orders are also represented Each has the title of a church in Rome allotted to him and In that church ho has jurisdic tion and a throne under d canopy This title may In tlmebo exchanged j successively for others that are i vacant and In due course by right of seniority for a vacant Cardinal I Bishopric This translation from one IInI j I turIes opting was much in favor and iI It was not an uncommon occurrence for a Cardinal to have held as many as four or five titles in succession The term reserved In Petto Is applied to the creation of Cardinals whoso names are kept secret and when the publication thereon Is de layed for some reason Or otherNo one can assume the rank ot a Car dinal until his name has been pub lished but as soon as proclaimed he takes precedence over others front the day he was created and reserved In petto Should the Pope die before the publication is made the creation is void It is supposed that Dr Lingard the great English historian was created and reserved in petto by Leo XII in 1820 though neverpublished Innoocent IV ordained that Car dinals should wear a red hat to signify their willingness to expose themselves to the shedding of their blood for the church Paull Ih in 1464 instituted the scarlet skull cap and biretta Gregory XIV in 1690 extended the same privilege to Cardinals of the monastic orders who until then had worn no baileeof their dignity In 1614 Iin the Par liament of Parfs Louis XIII ad judged precedence to the Cardinals over Bishops and Abbots Extraordinary sesare cited where men have been created Cardinals after death But those were in the days when there were no railroads and telegraph systems The Pop named sham not knowing they were dead The llrst Instance recorded li that of William 1Macal hleldan- Irilih who tiled Jn 130 S two daystt before ne jriui named Cardinal In iTJO aPertureee priest AInjj ton he knew he had been l I iiiihi OLD CHRISTMAS CAROL Last night as I lay sleeping When all my prayers were said With my guardian angel keeping His watch above my head- I heard his sweet voice caroling Full softly on my ear A song for Christian boys to sing Foor Christian men to hear Thy body be at rest dear boy Thy soul Urf free from sin j Ill shield thee from the worlds annoy And breathe pure words within The holy Christmas tide is nigh The season of Christs birth Glory be to God on high Andpeace to men on earth Myself and all the heavenly host Were keeping watch of old And saw the shepherds at their poste And alt the sheep In fold There toldWe with a Joyful cry The tidings of Christs birth Glory be Jo God on high And peace to men on earth He bowed to all his Fathers will Arid meek He was and lowly And year by year his thoughts were still Most innocent and holy He did not come to strive or cry put ever from his birth Gave glory unto God on high And peace to men on earth Like Him be true like Him be pure Like Him be full of love Seek not thine own and so secure Thine own that is above And still when ChrIstmastide draw nlgh Sing luau of Jesus birth Glory be to God on high And peace to men jon earth QUAINT CUSTOMS Esquimaux Etiquette Re quires Dining at run Length I All eyes lately have been turned to the Artie regions where the much disputed Pole has been conquered at last The following account of how an Eskimo young woman plays the part of hostess will doubtless Interest many of our renders This is the way an Eskimo lady sits at the head of her table and dispenses hospitality and these are the delicate Items in her bill of fare Xo matter how early you may awaken in the morning you will always find the mistress of the house already up that is her position has changed from reclining to sitting But as soon as she observes that you are really awake she hands you a small piece of meat to steady your nerves until breakfast time Then she goes Into the next apart ment which Is merely an enclosure for keeping the dogs away from the stores and lifter fifteen minutes of pounding and chopping returns with the breakfast A large flat wooden tray is placed on the floor and the landlady takes her position at one end in the attitude elegantly de scribed nil squatting The family and their guests gather around the board on either side lying flat ion their stomachs with their heads to ward the breakfast and their set- out The first course Is some frozen weeds mixed with seal oil and eaten with small portions of fresh blubber which the ladyof the house cuts with n large chopping knife The next course is walrus meat This is ladvIwho cqn sallow the largest piece without chewing hips the advantage and the only way to get even with him is to keep one piece in your mouth and two in your hand After this joint has been thoroughly dis cussed there comes a large piece of portlonthe hair still on the outside It is about an inch thick nod very tough so that it Is Impossible to affect t by chewing It is therefore cut into rindIfinlsiesmost palatable dish of all APEMI EUAXCE GROWING The governing body of the Catholic Total Abstinence Union of America held a conference on Friday of last week at the parish house of St Marys church Chicago All the national pincers attended The conference was devoted to a discussion of ways and means to extend the organization into all the Catholic churches pf America The Rev P J OCallaghan President of the gov erning board said the organization now has 150000 members In the evening a reception was given the visitors at Cadet Hall Addresses were made by Father OCallaghan and others and there were exhibi tion drills by the Paulist and HIber- nian cadets A gold medal was pre sented to Major Harry W Stonlck drlllnTaster for the cadets I GIVING IN OIIAIUTY At this season of the year when all who are possessed of the worlds goods seem joyous It Is well to remember the poor Do not let Christ i mas go by without doing something for some poor and distressed friend The world Is of no practical use to toeharIftrtJJ1e worl1lWill mat1terI ers too Wltn money who cotfld aid others to feuocees but who give advice Instead of material aid This Is the season when moral advisers should open purses Instead of mouths CATHOLIC DEPUTIES A dispatch from Rome says that f twenty Catholic members of the mlJerofDeputleshLvetor lines of the German Centre party It Aeinecratiocentreprobable ahtlolerical policy of tlie 1JMIMd1 I krk i 1 ABSOLUTE ji PERFECT 1N AUSTRALIA And Its Cardinal Subjects For the Facile Pen of Irish Lender r Able Archbishop oi Sydney Has Advanced Caused of Homo Rule Protestants as Well as Catholics Revre PatrIch FrancIs Moran ADDRESSES ARE LITERARY GEMS I Devlin MI P one of the staunchest members of the Irish party min Parliament gives an interesting de scription of His Eminence Cardinal Moran Archbishop of Sydney Australia Mr Devlin says no man of his ecclesiasticrhaspurse to sustain the Irish party and to bring home rule within reasonable dis tance His love of Ireland is that of a child for its mother anti it has become deeper and tenderer with ad yearsCardinal contributions to Irish history and archaeology will en title him to a permanent place in Irish literature his name will be imperish ably associated with the rise of the Catholic church in the great free Com monwealth of Australia and his cour age and zeal in the cause of democ racyand progress will be an inspira tion for generations to come in the land of his adoption The story of the rise of the Catholic church in Austra historyItmisrule in Ireland some of them priests in the troubled period of 1798 At present the Catholics nearly all Irish number more than onefourth of the phole population of the Commonwealth In no country in the world is the evidence of Catholic ac tivity more remarkable Churches colleges convents monasteries and schools havesprung up rts if bv magic and the advance of the Catholic com munity in wealth and influence has been astonishing Ifever there was a country which gave the lie to the assertion that Cath olic ideals are incompatible with so- ciali l and democratic progress and the widest extension of wellordered and enlightened liberty that country is progressive There are no millionaires andno workhouses Wealth is fairly distributed time bulk of the people Ire well todo and poverty is rare So demo i ocia Labor party has been in power and popular legislation there is far in ad vance of what has yet been attempted or achieved in this or any other Eu ropean country The Cardinal is a delightful cqnven sationalist a good listener can enjoy a joke and is the personification of tenderness and sweetness of disposi tion One can feel perfectly M home regardhintonce but with affection As a public speaker he Ihas few equals His speeches are literary gems He han dies the most difficult subjects with thee ease of a master and can make intelleetsVhen dinals hat and robes and his fine fig perfectionProtestants him All know and admire his bur age and sincerity bud hpnesty Such 1 man in these countries devoting himself to politics would take rank with Gladstone As a churchman he stands in the front rahki11ember of the Sacred College of whom Ireland has Llproudl man of tireless industry The work of the Archbishopric must be enormous and yet he is able to find time for social engagements and literary work which in itself would be enough to tax the energies of any other man The secret of the Cardinals achievement is work Cardinal Moran was born at Lech linbridge County Kildare Ireland PIt September 17 1830andw3s proclaimed Cardinal on July 27 1885 ALL TO THE POOR The Rev Dr Ienry Brann pastor of St Agnes church Ney York City was overwhelmed with gifts for several days before his recent departure for Rome where he expects to spend several weeks Before leaving he an nounedth t he would expend all the money presented him On the poor of thepmrlsh ill QUITS ACOXTRAOT o- C nelnnatleontr ctersarebuIY raovinff a JMIifleO takIlPJdll Lance of three fleitonwhaarailti- mid ML I r 0- jjjjj PURITV x MATURITY TZNNNNNHNN X11II llalltIll1IIIBI1l114i1llII1illi1C IQALT HOUSEI 4 P tw v g S e A ZINK Manager j= ww EUROPEAN PLAN r e SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO w s Weddings Dances Banquets 3 and Social Functions ws Cars Direct to all Depots and Places of Amusement gww r wPerDay and Up 1ililil1il11111ilil111liiil il1i 111li1111ilJ111111Jlil11ilil1 1 GEORGE L DANFORTH EitibHshfed 1855 JJIL DANFORTH GO Fire Insurance I Representing Over 5000000000 Capital j f 1 V t J Both Telephones 199 Your Business Respectfully Solicited NE Cor Third and Main StreetsJ 0 NNN NNNMNNNN N NN NN N NNM NM i i COAL COAL J s Buy Your Coal From the dI Central Coal Iron CoJ= s 1 INCORPORATED y I 539 WEST MARiKET STREETI v AND GIsT THE BEST RESULTS g- II Render Genuine Jellico and Anthracite Coals Handsi FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY t and Delaware Sts S t Yd15thPhones 157 sBrook and Washington ti- 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live to beseventy 70 years old the amount of the policy will be paid you In cash thus protecting you against poverty pnd waut in old age COMMONWEALTRW lIFE IINSURANCE GO S HOME OFFICE i StiLOUISVILLE KY lJD POWERS President L Q RUSSEL Mgr Industrial Department MATT OOOHERTY First Vice President DARWIN W JOHNSON Secy and Treas DR J W QUEST Medical Director I SMITH HOMANS Asst Secy and Actuary 8ff880 K r1J 1 ssS8so sRestaurant Open From 6 a m Until Midnight 427 w MARKET STJfl K IWe have on draught Imp ted Bass Ale Pilsner Pur ger Brau MuenchrierHofbrau Pichorr Brau and Seen Ackermanns Special Brew + NM + i 4 000000 XX MATH POSCHINGER President V1t ECKER StCaDd Treas fXJOHN CDAEUILE Vice President THEO J KIRN Superintendent d i OJsJyI vI American Machine Co II rt tINCORPORATED t it ll3 7 j arid Refrigerating Machinery ju Passenger and Freight Elevators Ike Dynamos and Motors Y 1 Jl 61 EAST MAIN STREET Z4 J JJ LI-y t Xttx tYxooob- v2 3KXOB3aDS IFactoryII MANUFACTURERS Q- FI I EAGLE BRAND CONFECTIONS W6nzel and Main Streets Louisville Ky BGQya0 MfrM M OO ooo t oot lEDW1 JI BOSLER I J PROPIJBTOIRBROS 3 LEATHER AND SHOE STORE SUPPLIES I Faicy ui Colored LEATHER For Holiday Jrade i 515 WEST MARKET STREET i x oooo xXtt o XOO + C- Jti GV83 r WEST END SALOON AISODBOWLING ALLEYS 0 BARNEY J FLYNN Prejirkter i W Choice Wines Liquors and Cigarsy l HOAIE PHONE XHi r x J E CORNER 25TH AND MARKET STREETS i TvAv f A T r T1TTT i lVENGEL SOX OOMPANY4tINCORPORATED World 55LU =GODS WORD Is Doing Preached to People of the Kentucky Mountains Benedictine Moults Own Church and School at Corbin- Illoiintaiiaoers Highly Itegard Father Amiroses Hard Labor I PEOPLE HOSPITABLE AND KIND Christmas in the KetUuctcy moun taint will Be duly celebrated by the good Benedictine Fathers and their little flocks at Corbin Middlesboro and Jcllico Good BishofMaes of Covington gave im portant points to the Benedictines ten years ago That the Bishop made no mistake is very evident from results sbcsince the mission was established His flock consists of fifteen families but many nonCatholics take an interest in the work His church and school arc among the interesting institutions that Corbin a mining town of 5000 prideFatherfine presence rare accomplishments- and indefatigable zeal He was born itf Bavaria and came to America in 1892 He took up his course of theology at tire Benedictine College of the Sacred Heart at Cullman Ala He was ordained on February 26 1897 by Bishop Heslin of Natchez Father Ambrose is thoroughly imbued with ofhissaints of the church Knowing that education is religions most powerful auxiliary Father Am brose lost no time in establishing a highgrade school in Corbin It was founded In 1902 and for five years was conducted by young Catholic women not associated with religious orders In 1908 the Sisters of Providence of Newport were invited to take charge and accepted Their coming made it possible to enlarge the scope of the institution which is attended by many nonCatholics as well as Catholic children The Sisters have set themselves the ttask of giving the pupils not only a thorough and liberal education in the usual sciences but also to foster in them the spirit of order and discipline andheartsThe mountain people of Kentucky are anxious to improve themselves and to see their children well educated and are taking great interest in the school The mountain homes of today show a- very marked improvement overthose of fifty and even twentyfive years ago The people are hospitable kind andInsproduce a good impression upon The throughbristto spectaculardisplaYiefficient work The best mountain people appreciate the efforts of Father Ambrose and hisc laborers In these devoted men they recognize representatives of ropefromstitutional government from the Ork neys tq Sicily and from Portugal to Poland The Benedictines are cer sternKCl1tucky theteachingshould be fin all thins glorified REVERED BETHLEHEM i Bethlehem the home of Christmas Is that happy Utopia of which every Catholic child dreamsrlt JaB more than one Christmas In tact It has three big onesf and strangely enough the one falling on December 25 ef our owa calendar Is the first Twelve days after the Latin has burped his Chrlatmas+ incjenw IB tjie sacred shrine the Greek sanrchs Patriarch observing that nitsChrl tnaBt d by his slower ilea t dar catches up the glorla and bows In the Grotto of the Nativity for the devout In Greece the Balkan States and all the Russlas After a period of another twelve days the great Armenian church of the East takes up the anthem of peace and good will and its Patriarch visits the shrine at Bethlehem BETHLEHEM O little town of Bethlehem How still we see thee JIclJAbove thy deep and dreamless sleep The silent stars go by1 Yet In thy dark streets shlneth The everlasting light The hopes and fears of nil the years Are met in thee tonight For Christ Is born of Mary And gathered all above While mortals sleep the nngels keep Their watch of wondering love 0 morning stars together Proclaim the holy birth I And praises sing to God the Ring And peace to men orijearth How silently how silently IsagivenSo ik teaenXoButt in this world of sing Whore meek souls will receive IHm still The dear Christ enters In 0 holy chill of Bethlehem we1tarOaKt n ttibi + Be born In gin today We hear the Christmas angels The great glad tidings tell Oh come to us abide with us Our Lord Immanuel ANCIENT BELLS Tongues of the Church That Arc Very Old There are several old Bells in Scotland Ireland and Wales the oldest are often quadrangular being made of thin iron plates which have been hammered find riveted to gether At the monastery 1 f St Gull in Switzerland the foursided belll of the Irish missionary St who lived In the seventh c GallII still preserved but more still Is the bell of St Patrick In Belfast which js ornamented with goldand gems and silver work fl1lgrceII The first real peal of England was sent by Pope Callxtus 1111to Kings College Cambridge I largestpealginning of the year 1500 sets of eight bolls were hung in u few of the large churches In the rnldnle of the seventeenth century a man named White wrote a famous work on bells In which he introduced the system of numbering them 1 2 3 4 etc on slips of paper in different orders ac cording to the changes intended to be rung It Is calculated that toI twentylfouryearsOne bells In the world lis the first great bell of Moscow which now stands in the middle of a square in that ity and isI used as achapel This bell wascastIIn 1733 hut was In the beingsxalsed Nlchlolnst a slxtyfc is two feet thick and weighs almost two hundred torts The second Moscow bell which Is the largest belt In the world that is actually inI use Weighs 128 tons There are several bells pxtant which weigh ten tons and over of which Big Den the largest bell in England weighing between thirteen find fOIl tee ltqnllsopeDIg Ben In unfortunately cracked BRIGHT YQVJSO PRIEST The Rev father Leo MacGlnley IX Dlof Philadelphia has been made Secretary of the Apostolic JDelegate at Wal lngtonDJP Fattier Mac Pioler was born In the County Donegal Ireland thirty Years ago HeIa an alumnhia of the American College at Rome aBd was ordained bv Cardinal Rwplghl two years ago On his return to tke United States Se took i post gradbnte course la the Cjtkolict UglvergttT IJ x r + i I Ii SUCCESSORS I To the Papal See Have Always Been the Friends of Science Opponents of the Church Distort Facts to BolsterUp Case Early Popes Preserved Lltcrn ture of AntiChristian Times PATRONS OF THE UNIVERSITIES Shallow thinkers who accept their opinions secondhand and who imag ine they are wellread because they hastily glance through one or two books sometimes venture life asser tion that the church has been I the en emy of science that the Popes have been opposed to learning and that progress and civilization have been achieved in spite of Catholic influ encesr Facts arc distorted inn history perverted to bolster up a case It is well worthyof remark that the accu sations which ignorant bigots forward against the church have many times been refuted by learned and able men impartial witnessesgreat numbers- of whom did not profess the Catholic religion In fact literature is indebted to the ancient church for the preservation of the treasures of pagan antiquity the poetry of Homer the eloquence of Demosthenes the philosophy of Aris totle Pope Ett enius II held a coun cil in 826 at which he counseled bish ops and priests to establish schools where sacred and profane literature should be taught gratuitously Hono rius II honored scientists and encour aged scientific research Pius II de lighted in literature and rendered sig nal service to science Leo X gave his name to the most brilliant era of modern literature Sixtus IV sought books throughout Europe to form the library of the Vatican he established a printing office that became famous throughout the world Nicholas V and Paul V founded celebrated libra ries the latter instituted the great college where he invited the most eminent doctors of his age to teach surrounded them with every honor and accorded them his support and patronage All these Popes and their successors employed their power in rude times to lay the foundation of the literature and the art that we pos sess today We are reaping the fruits of their wisdom and their labors in furtherance of that art and science which we are asked to believe would have attained to its present elegance theyhadment Verily none are so blind as they who will not see We can make our selves believe that which we wish to prejudices eyesPopes IX IIIPaulguished for the protection and patron age which they extended to literature Petrarch was crowned with bays at the capitol Tasso and Ariosto also expelledtPontifical States and Denina himself acknowledges that the Popes encour aged the culture of science It was a Pope that paid 500 gold crqwns for the annals of Tacitus and Beroald the librarian of the Vatican published producedilisuniversities and libraries were nearly PopesNowonderthatexclaim History faithfully bears tea timony that the arts and sciences have centuriestinderRoman Pontiffs Every science that w byhichfor spmcthfng in its discovery grpwth PontiffsWithout ourdayPOLISHING WOODWORK 0paraffinsellorfurattiirewitk R s6ft31asaelt rub until prfe itlrl dry Y I frrrtri 4xw r p i r t Three EssentialsExper- ienceell thorough equipment and responsibility are essential in every financial institution The Board of Directors of this bank is composed of experienced business communityOurpolicy and the courteous treatment afforded to youtoell DEPOSITS OVER S200000J LOUISVILLE NATIONALl UBANKINGI G COMPANYf 3 E N E COR FIFTH AND MARKET f CJ w wwwwuululJ- i OO + + OOo ooto d i F B HORSTMAN 6i DEALER IN t y iii i I and Fancy Groceries 3 FOR HOLIDAY PRESENTS 4z Try our Leading Brands of Wines and Liquors f ffand our Full Line of Imported and DomestictCigars Would make pleasing holiday gifts S is W 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AMERICAN 31921 West preen St TRA 0ES LAaEI UNION COUNCIL 1 r LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAYI DECEMBER 18 1909 4 CHRISTMAS GREETING To the friends and patrons of the Kentucky Irish American We iex- tend a very merry Christmas and our heartfelt wishes for a prosperous and happy new year This is one season of the year when n truce must be declared in lifes warfare For the present at least nil should feel the spirit of Ithe angels call Peace on earth to men of good wit During this holy season let the olive mingle with tthe holly and mistletoe Let each say in his heartII If in unwittingly or in my rage faro aught committed that is hardly borne Uy any in this presence I desire To reconcile ino to his peace Tis death to me to be at enmity r 1 hate it and desire all good mens loreSUPPORT YOUR OWN On the matter of supporting mom s bers of the Irish party in Parllame I the Irish Independent very truly observes On a few occasions during the lit current session we bad to point out that the attendance of the Irish members in Parliament was sparse lIn the country too there were some murmurs of complaint about the meager attendance May not tho country itself be partly at fault A party consisting mainly of comparatively poor men can not give a fun and constant attendance at Westminster unless they are paid The country which elects the party and expects all its members to do their part in representing Ireland at Westminster should provide the fund for their upkeep It is not credltabl to Ireland that she should year after year be appealing to AmerIca for fundsThreefourths at least of the Irish people are Nationalists continues the Independent and one halfpenny in the pound on three fourths of the valuation of Ireland would yield 25000 per annum Ireland wants to win concessions iIn Parliament she can not win then unless she sends to that assembly ia party who will represent her wlshe there Having chosen her party she must support it If Nationalists only submitted to a halfpenny rate In r support ot their party it would never be necessary to seek for contribution outside Ireland Nobody could allege that he was asked to make too great a sacrifice The nation could then speak with authority to its party and that party would be servants of the people I ONE CHEAT MISTAKE t After eighteen years faithfu service as Secretary of the Louisvilli Police department W II Price morn familiarly known as Dad was unceremoniously let out on Tuesday of this week Dismissed is not thes word Dad was authoritatively tquested to write his own resignation k which he did Dad has always been subservient to the orders of his superiors The late Gen Thomas U Tayldr Col Gunther Col Hanger and Col Llnd sey have found him alert capable L active and efficient None doubts his honesty nor dare they question his efficiency But ho had to make way for a political favorite The new city administration has been commended for picking goad men for many places but it is natural for the head of a new ad ministration to go into office with lots of officeseekers at his heels Why should he destroy all the good that he has done by removing a man that is thoroughly competent and who did naught to harm him f Mr Price has proven himself a careful and a capable official No f man in the citys pay gave the tax payers more service for value re J calved than did Dad Price The request for his resignation was a mistake that more than one regrets I u WANT BEN JOHNSON Kentucky Democrats are llooking forward eagerly to the next Guber natorial election and there are many In every section of the State who be Heva that Congressman Ben Johnson of Barcis own can fill the bmHe has proven his prowess as the Rep r Tecentattve of the Fourth district of Kentucky fin the halls of the United tales Congress and on wveraiiocca one has conducted successful State- mpaigrifOr hU party Mr Johnson k broadodinded pro save 1 libtralI akre and con nttoni Iliad toe thei Fourth i r 0 krtt district has given Kentucky many Governors In the present generation Blackburn Knott Buckner Drown and Beckham were all sons of I the Fourth although the late John Young Brown was a resident of Ithe Second when nominated and elected i Governor CHANGE OF HEART Prof Goldwin Smith the erstwhile Yankee batter seems to have sutrered a reversal of opinion Prof SmlCh a Canadian educator and lecturer lis often acts as his own press agent in the Canadian and American newspapers A very short time ago In speaking before the Canadian Club of New York Justice Blddell expressed the opinion that the annexation sentiment is dead and that Prof Smith was the only man trying to revive it This brought a card to the Canadian dallies last week from Smith He says It seems that I have been repr sented as representing annexation Let me assure you that I have studiously avoided the use of a term which implies submission on the part of Canada to the power of the United States That whldh I think seems the dictate of nature and likely as such to come to pass is the voluntary union of the two great English speak- Ing countries on this continent tor their mutual benefit and security Social fusion seems to be already pretty complete Prof Smith has had a reputatio for a generation as a hater of Cath olics and Americans His change of heart Is a little late coming Thor must be something behind It ABOUT GRAFTING In these days one hears much of grafting in the highways and byways In plain English grafting Is stealing and if one can not quarrel with graft ing on moral grounds one can not quarrel with it at all llt is mor ally wrong to hold up a man with ia gun or a knife why is It not morall wrong to use ones mental power to rob his neighbor Man is responsible to God for the use he makes of his mental and physical powers 1 It If Is against the law to rob your neighbor by physical force so also i- It Iis contrary to the teachings of the Saviour to steal the product of an other mans brains It is much worse when several men organize a corporation and proceed to steal the product of brain and brawn exacter from employes FOUND A NEW GRAFT Jack Brown a big policeman of New York City has resigned iron he police force and has turned cyan ellst He finds pounding a pulpit ireferable to walking a beat This lew grafter in the Lords vineyard now declares that one can not be a policeman and a Christian Right here In Louisville wo have many olicemen who are upright Christian entlemeny They are respected be ause the xv respect themselves New orkrf force Is well rid of a mn like rack Brown GOOD WORK Members of the St Vincent de Paul Society do not stand on the orner dud beat a drum nor ring a- bell to call attention to their work for the needy But because their parity is done in silence it is none the less effective Whether you area member or not you can aid your arlsh conference at this season when an effort is being made to cause the coming of Christmas a happy one for the worthy poor Washington authorities aro learn Ing from statistics that prohibition docs not prevent drunkenness Re ports to the War Department from the National Soldiers Homes show that there were 1026 more trials for drunkenness in 1909 than In 1906 when beer halls were allowed in connection with the various homes A years subscription to the Ken turky Irish American would bean propriato Christmas gift The recipient would have cause to thank routor at least 365 days After the ballot the boycott is the orkingmans most effective weapon HeI should go to jail before surrender Ingtherlgbt to either FORSAKEiTIIEVQRW ft j MIss Alice Rapier one of NewII Haven s tjfljit charming girls has begun h s novitiate at LQrtto Acadmy She Is a daughter of Mr I 1fcMr ylyater and11 lia i Inmucll admired flieri i bright t f III- IDilDd and womanly r 1 iiiIEii1iiEiui rS0GTV1 Miss Louise Shelley will ehtertaln at the Seelbach with a mask ball on December 30 Mrs John Waggoner of the lUgh lands will spend Christmas and the holidays in Atlanta Mrs Mary Morgan of 932 West j Oak street is expected to return from West Baden next week Misses Mary Broderick and Kath erlne Halllnan have returned from a visit to Clark county Indiana Mr and Mrs J H McConnell have returned to South Louisville after a visit of two months to Denver Mrs W T Speaks who has been visiting relatives in Indianapolis ire- turned to Lou svlle this week George Boardmnn the well known pitcher and bowler is convalesce from a severe attack of tonstlitis Miss Mary Winifred Speak who has been attending a house party In Deatsville Ky has returned hOme The Misses Zoeller of Thlrt sec ond and Broadway entertained their euchre club on Thursday evening Miss Elizabeth Keefe of West Jefferson street has gone to St Louis to spend the holidays with relativ William Shea now a resident of Texas is home I to spend the Christ inns holidays with relatives in New Albany Attorney Thomas Walsh left Fri day for the old homestead near Alpine Ind to spend the Christm holidays Miss Edith Malone has returned to her home in the Highlands after vis- Iting friends in Cincinnati and 1In- dianapolis Mrs Kate Flannigan has returned to her home at Pleasure Ridge Park after a pleasant visit to her mother In Chicago Attorney Austin Walsh and Dr Michael Casper ore enjoying a hunt- Ing trip at Alpine Fayette count Ind Mr Walshs ord home Mrs Roy Neighbors of South Louisville has as her guests Miss Juanita Carr and Elizabeth Munfon of Elizabethtown Misses Anna and BonUa Murpb have returned from Nazareth Acac emy to spend the holidays with their father and motherIThomas Broderick of Nashvilli who came to Louisville to attend the funeral of Michael Finegan reo turned home on Wednesday Miss Clee Chnrlton will leav lOuisville on December 27 to spend the winter with her sister Mr rank Hill of Houston Texas Hiss Edna McCloud who has been attending Nazareth Academy will eturn to her home 332 East Mar set street to spend the holidays Misses Lula and Jane Shanno have returned to Shelbyvllle afte spending several days with their grandmother Mrs K V Marion Iin ileadowbrook Miss Florence Pllcher who has been attending St Marys Academ at Knoxville 111 is home to speni he Christmas holidays with her parents in the Highlands P H Callahan Superintendent of he Louisville Varnish Company who has been in New York for two reeks will be home to spend the Christmas holidays Miss Katherine Hines who is ia student at Manhattanvllle N Y vlll arrive home Tuesday to spew the holidays with her father J M lines of 1320 Third avenue Misses Virginia Murphy Virginia Vatson and Florence Recktenwald who are pupils at Loretto Academy have returned to their respectiv homes in Portland to spend the Christmas holidays Miss Rose Kahoe and Victor J icist will be united in marriage bJ- the Rev Father Charles Curran at bly Trinity rectory on January 1- Doth are well and favorably known oung people of New Albany James Reagan the well known hiskey broker is delighted over an early Christmas gift A handsome neW boy has arrived tit his home 1511 South Floyd street The mother and child are doing splendidly Mr and Mrs William J Harltz of Pensacola Fla are here to spend the holidays with Mr and Mrs Hugh Gorman Previous to her marriage during the past summer the bride was Miss Clara E Gorman Her parents have planned several social functions In honor of the home com- Ing Peter Jennings of Dill House 1Ilss who came to Louisville last- week to attend the funeral of his therInlaw Michael Finegan reo turned to Mississippi where he has tensive contracts on Wednesday- S Jennings will remain in Louis Tine until after the Christmas holi days Mr and Mrs George Cuscaden have announced the approaching marriage of their daughter Miss SteUa Cuscaden to Paul Blackwood The wedding wilt be solemnized at t1ei brides home on Second street on December 27 The bride was the prima donna In the performance of pack to Town lis9 Margaret May Wepler daughter of Mr and Mrs Will T7ep Jer of 1683 West Madison street was tendered a dinner last Sunday in- honor of her sixteenth birthday MII Claire acted as toastmaster rMHl kept All busy offeringicoa Itulatory addreeeai to hefalr o C r r r i 1 hostess It was the occasion of 1 very happy family reunion t The dance given weekly tor the enjoyment of unfortunate insane people at Lakeland was attendCd last Saturday night by the f llowlng young folks from Louisville Hsses Mary Speak Mary Clines Teresa forget May Cunningham A V II Dents Jane Curran apd iessrs George Rankln Willard Fleece I ODonnellI1 crones I I I IA surprise party was given In honor of Miss Camllle Robinson 1 last week and those present were Misses Lonnie Miller Sadie Hodift Irene II Brooks Mae Byerly Mary Emrich Annie Haupt Annie L Robinson Elizabeth Dunger and Messrs Joe Schaeffer John Stone Robert Com Iser Albert Russell James Thomas Max Danbaum Robert Adams Frank and Ed Robinson Richard Haupt James Liston Messrs and Mesdames George Robinson J P Liston Joh Hellon George Miller and Louis Rob- Inson All enjoyed a pleasant eyen ing A delightful Surprise party wall tendered Miss Mamie Smith at Ier residence 953 South Twelfth street The affair was in honor of lher birthday A number of vocal and instrumental solos were render and the young people enjoyed se eral pleasant games Refreshments were served during the evening Those present were Misses Iamie Smith Mary Mullaney Agnes M c Hugh Grace Huber Bonnie iller Mary Rossfleld Cecilia Morthori Catherine Rossfield and Mess Ernest Roberts Lloyd Hollis Charles McDevltt Otto Day Dominic MoIIugb Charles Dietz James Di and Noble Wambaugh IRISH MEMBER DEAD Hon Kendal E OBrien who rep resented tho Mid divlston of Tip perary in Parliament tiled in London and the news was I received i in the United States this week A1 c cording to the cable news M OBrien dIeda martyr to dut Though suffering tram a severe cold he journey to England In reo sponse to the call of the party whip After attending one nights sessio of the House of Commons he took to his bed with pneumonia From that time he sank rapidly Mi OBrien was a pronounced Irish Nationalist of long standing and a eteran of the C7 movement His death is not only regretted iin Lipperary but all over Ireland CENTENARD3S OF 1010 Three noted Catholic centenaries ire to be celebrated during the coming spring March 2 will be the one hundredth anniversary o fthe birth of he late Pope Leo XIII March 20 rill be the centenary of the late Cardinal JohnMcCloskey Americas first Cardinal and May 20 will be the one hundredth anniversary of the Most Rev Martin John Spalding Bisho of Louisville and afterward Archbishop of Baltimore SCHWABS GREAT GIFT Charlesi Schwab the steel mag- na e of Pittsburg and New York has resented 100 acres on Staten Islan o the Sisters of Charity In New York The property Is equipped with the necessary buildings waterworks ewerage system and macadamized oads and Is worth 300000 It will be used as a home for the poor children of New York NEW ORATORIOI According to late advices from tome Abbe Perosi the Dominican omposer has composed a new oratorio in honor of his father who lied several months ago It will be presented before Pope Plus X before anyone else The Holiness hsiven the young Dominican musician great encouragement in rccen ears SIMPLE CELEBRATION The Right Rev John J Glennon Archbishop of St Louis has vetoed an elaborate celebration of his slime jubilee which will occur on Monday His friends had planned to present him with an automobile The Archbishop says he wants a bouquet Df prayers and masses- 3LVOAULEVS THEATER McIntyre and Heath in Haytl is- the title of the attraction booked for the first half of next week ai lacauleys Theater There will be- tIle usual matinee on Wednesday larmlng Miss Blllie Burke will present Loves Watches during the- last half of the week with a matinee onr Christmas afternoon MASONIC THEATER George Fawcett will present Jhe Grent John Ganton at Masonic seater next Friday night ChrIst mns matinee and night Mr Fawcett hns been seen here in The Squaw 1an and is recognized as an actor of ability He will be supported by in capable company BUY PROTESTANT CHURCH Colored Catholics of Philadelphia have purchased the property of the Central Presbyterian church in that- city for 85000 Mother Catherine Drexel advanced 65000 of the nec sary money BEQUEST FOR CHURCH Mrs Mary Jansen who died re= centlyin Newport directs in her Wm- that a lot she owned In Ingalls Par- kbeut aside for Bishop Mass to be- used as a site for the new church of St Francis do Sales- BUILDING BOOM There are now under construction New Yprk City buildings which will1I aggregate in value about 1I 000000 IMMIGRANTS PAY It would set immorally he wiprl pod that fewYerk9itygeIJutd- much ia act1 each Vf the coming nI I r t I Christmas Suggestions To Help You Select for the Men and Boys I- u Toy and Game Dept We have added a permanent Toy and Game Department on our 2nd floor and will carry these goods all during the year This department especially for bays Ynnlc i Carromand Croklnole Board f150 to4SO Agates and Marbles Ball Games 8 styles 5 up Drums 1 to2 Mechanical Trains 75c up upiMagic1 Tool ChestsI1 125 up Rocking Horses150 up CUTLERY DEPT Carving Sets 250 to 12 500 styles Pocket Knives from 25c to 8 Gillette Razors5 to20 STORE 220 UsefulIAT NIGHT M J CARROLL HOME PHONE 1936 Wines Liquors Cigars Tobacco 2528 West Madison FOR CHRISTMAS Kodak or Camera Xmas Stationery Xmas Post Cards If you cannot call send for catalog THE MIRROSCOPE Shows Post Cards Photos Etc Instructing and Amusing J wrwao 321 WEST JEFFERSON STREET OPPOSITE INTERURBAN STATION of the immigrants that land at its door but the Treasury Department statistics show that they bring on average of 44500 daily DOLLARS THAT PROTECT The Perrysbur Ohio Journal sayS the life of an editor was saved the other day by a silver dollar in his pocket A crank shot at him and the ball struckthe dollar We are firm believers in and will be pleased to have our send just as much of that kind as they can dig up We will make very good use of it The editor of the Kentucky Irish American can say amen to this ONE LEFT I Santa Claus brought me a little baby sister for Christmas confides the the iHei Yes an Its th oqly present me an Freddie got that papa hasnt broken already wlndiniit up an showln us how runs- COUGHING In violent coughing or strangling or If the muscles of the throat contract from severe coughing pour ten drops or tablespoonful of rlycerin from the bottle down the throat It usually will cause gag rig and forces thenauscles of the 11roat to relax The ii- reading t to the r wDt9 t f1e of tjie hrbat t a- F1 fi q ti k jI- f i1 POOL TABLES Large Combination Pool and Billiard Table slate bottom live cushions 40 Medium size 20 Smaller size10 and 15 Others 4 and 6 KODAKS Brownies 1 to 12 Kodaks 10 up GUN DEPARTMENT Air Rifles Rept 1 and 150 Others 50c up 22 Cal Rifles180 up Repeaters 7 u- pShotguns350 to 300 Footballs We Guarantee All 75c to 5 Boy Suits 5100 Baseball Suits75cBo- xing Gloves 125 up SkatesIce and Roller BICYCLE DEPARTMENT I Special for the holiday season a good bicycle without c- oaster1325 t i Princeton 3000 with coaster brake Oxford guaran iI teed tires special Christmas price 2000 Daytonia high grade wheel with G J tires coaster and mud guards 3500 National liThe Standard of in the bicycle world with coaster 4500 Velocipedes125 to 1450 Tricycles 250 to 1650 Automobiles 300 to 1250 i + Coaster Wagons 325 to 500 Express Wagons 75c to 300 Irish Mails350 to 900 Practical OPNlr and 01l Presents Street protection subscribers lyceriR footballs Bicycle Quality CHRISTMASi IS ALMOST HERE And as a special inducement for you to visit my New Store I will give you a Liberal Discount on every article including the latest and most artistic DIAMONDSWATCHES AND JEWELRY Of all kinds from now until Christmas Here you find one of the most complete stocks of any jewelry house iiiF Louisville and intending purchasers twillto their advantage to visit me before making their selections J BRUNNJEWELER New Location 303 West Jefferson Street t t + t LET U- SPRTNT f YOUR Constitutionr 1 We are prepared to do this work for you promptly Let us make you prices on your Commercial Work JOB PRINTING DEPT LouisvilleAnzeigerCoIncorpora QXSJX KK t HENRY BOSSE SON FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS BOTH PHQNES 1022 p jI 510 E GREEN STREET l fc Jacksonrand Hancock i i b or era W4hYl ly- r r l KENTUOKY IRISU AMERIOAN t HE WILL Appreciate Any off These SMOKING JACKET 5 to 10 BATH ROBES 348 to 598 NECK TIE Z5c tit 100 I SILK SUSPENDERS 50c to 150 SILK MUFFLER SOc to 200I tir Better Still a Good SUIT 4 or an OVERCOAT For Men 750 to 2500 For Boys 169 to 598 MS Moses Go Incorporated MARKET ST Below FIFTH The Daylight lIens Wear Store Mens and Boys Complete Outfitters Arthur 1 KInselU Gen Supt I Gilds fl Rogers e BOOK 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 Articles or swear DKSCUIPT1ON 434 West Jefferson Street Assortment New Year season Confections your orders Home 8056 UC Santa little Claus childrenSBring the LOUISVILLES XMAS Offers Hundreds of Helpful Hints in Haberdashery GIFT FOR A MAN Father Husband Brother Sweetheart Friendl Practical Presents Specially Priced Mens FourinHand Neckwear at 25c Special sale 500 dozen FourinHand Scarfs large variety plain and fancycolored effects Each Tie holiday packageSpecial each 25c Sweater Coats for and Boys Another shipment Heavy Sweater Coats received sizes striped navy green and cardinalOn sale tomorrow special 77c Interwoven Guaranteed Half Hose for Made best quality silkfinished maco cotton spe cially four pairs beautiful Price box 100 1 and Neckwear Special 75c Special sale 100 dozen FourinHand Scarfs made large openend shape rich satin and silk and stripe effects holiday box regular 100 150 values Special each 75c STEWART DRY GOODS CO locorporited CONNECTION WITH 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PIES We are also prepared to furnish a high 1 grade of Cream and i Place now phone I l MASONrBhKirRANDCbNFECTl s- r iWrt J On Bring is STORE SUGGESTIONS I f of in a of in Men of 36 to 44 Oxfords in at Men of packed in art box 150 of in of brocade in selffigured each in and e IM fc UO IHENRY 0 tod6 9 Trust 9 n n in n to the the IHULSKAMP Ice slIAlmoon SOCIALS The Shamrock Socials will give their sixth annual fancy dress and mask ball at Liederkranz Hall on the evening of Friday December 24 The club ia composed of young men of the West End From all indica tions the ball will prove a big suc c ssGreggs band will render the music and an abundance of refresh ments will be served The commit tee of arrangements Is made tip of William Kelly Lawrence Higgins Butch Ueuglin Pate Donnelly Robert MeGinty William Tully William Brady Pat Kolb Charles HcKim Edward Mackey and Joe Kellett NBW ALBANY TIPS tippingQrsenaa Street Commisftlonersi An eater kot Wp Is that MJohifl IR 4aad- myolletlN itty leelpesri Ul = h J O I r W ii rtuW i e Visit Xmas Bazar Znd Floor Holiday contains merchandise gathered Ideal pensive or Special of Mens Handkerchiefs 200 dozen Mens Plain Alllinen Handkerchiefs in y2 and 1 dozen lots regular 35c qualitySpecial at dozen 200 Smoking Jackets- A most acceptable present for a man custom tai lored and trimmed silk cord and braidPrices 500 750 900 1000 1350 and 1500 Combination Set for and Boys Allsilk Suspenders Arm Bands and Garters match in holiday boxPrice set 100 and 150 Special Holiday Sale of Watches Men and Boys Good TimePieces in Nickel Cases at 59c Special sale of 250 Watches warranted to keep cor rect time Stemwinding and stemsetting just the thing for a holiday gift for man or boySpe cial tomorrow at 59c f CERTIFICATES AND XMAS STAMPS ON SALE FIRST FLOOR SPIRIT Of Christmas Hovers Over the Good People of Fair Louisville Wnvo of Irospcrlty Has Brought Happiness to Many Homes Banks Railroads and Commerce Generally Show Steady Gains TRADE CONDITIONS IMPROVING At this particular time when all mankind consciously or unconsciously feelS the Christmas spirit and echoes In his heart the angels song Glory to God on high and peace on earth to men of good will it is very evident this year that residents of Louisville have reason to be more than ever imbued with the spirit of the season v The general wave of prosperity that has swept over the country has left its impress on the city of Louis yUle Comparatively speaking there have been few unemployed working men in the city since January 10 Th+ re have been no serious labor troubles For the most part capital and labor have agreed to bear and forbear The bank reports show ah increase in deposits and the fact that several bonks have been merged is another indication that the financial system of the city is solidthe railroads have nil done well both as to freight and passenger traffic The Louisville Railway Company which owns and operates all the local electric lines and nearly all the suburban lines has put on more cars extended its lines gave employment to more men and in every way gave evidence that it was interested in the growth and wel rare of the city The purchase of the Louisville Eastern with the work of extending the line to Slid byvllle opens up n new held of commerce for merchants and residents Farmers will come to Louis rUle to sell milk butter eggs and other farm products and will pat ronize Louisville stores in return Every line of manufacture and commerce has been benefited by the return of prosperity Increase in business means an increased demand for more printing Steady work means that more men can afford more newspapers The increase in trade means fresh stocks for merchants and then the merchants must advertise what they have to sellThe man with steady work can afford to send his children to better schools to feed and to clothe them better and perhaps to buy them a piano and have them study music Each trade helps the other The progressive merchant must en+ largo his store and he must employ mechanics to make the alterations In return the mechanic needs clothes shoes and haber dasheryThe feels the r turnof prosperity Bills are paid more and cash receipts are in creasing daily Mechanise laborers and even1 those in affluence are living better than they ago All these things put people ia itrGod humor They visit each V afore r k- imoml pUUfrfo40 1 a ati4rr r 1 the This special Bazar from every sec tion of the stare and affords an shopping place to select inex gifts NOTHING OVER FIFTY CENTS Sale in Men to for GIFT promptly idayeaf for theaters more money to save for a rainy day more money for little family parties and for Santa Claus and the Christmas tree more money for the poor the distressed the orphan the aged and infirm All things considered there are few families in Louisville that can not reecho the words of the angel Glory to God on high and peace on earth to men of good will POPULAR HOKSESHOER Henry A Ornssninn who Tina a well established horseshoeing and wagon building plant at 1610 West Main street is one of the most popular young craftsmen in Louisville Added to his ability as a smith and horseshoer Mr Grassman has a deep knowledge of the veterinary science He now enjoys a lucrative trade and his business Is increasing every day He employs the most skilled union workmen ob tainable Mr Grossman is a well known member of Mackin Council Y M I and is identified with other fraternal organizations ST PATRICKS BRANCH Branch 2 of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America one of the traternallorganization Patricks branch has elected the following officers for 1010 PresidentPatrick Holley Vice PresidentAlexander Burke Recording Secretary Miss Mary E SheridanFinancial Secretary James Cole man Assistant Financial Secretary Miss Mary Corcoran TreasurerJoseph Vetter SergeantatArms Miss Lulie SchumannSentinelMrs FoleyMissdelegate to the national convention which will meet in St Louis on May 24 Mrs Margaret Foley was chosen alternate GRAND mISU CONCERT Cutsagocerts at Orchestra Hall in that city on Wednesday night The principal number was Sir Vllliers Standards cantata The Voyage of Moaldune It was sung bya chorus of 125 voices directed by Prof Drill and accompanied by forty besoftho Thomas Orchestra Several part songs were also on the programme among them The Minstrel Boy1 which was sung In Gaelic BISHOPS SILVER JUBILEE the twentyfifth anniversary of the BishopMUJanuary 20 butowiag to tie un OathedraltheMA untUMajr Q r f1 4r Specials for Boys Silk Handkerchiefs and FourinHand Ties to match in boxPrice set 50c Mens fine quality Plain Cambric Handkerchiefs Prices each 5c and lOc Holiday line of Alllinen HandkerchiefsPrices each lOc 25c 35c 50c 75c and 100 Holiday line of Alllinen Initial Handkerchiefs in a variety of stylesPrices for box of six 100 150 200 and 300 Jewelry Sets for Men and Boys Link Buttons and Scarf Pins to matchPrices set 75c 150 250 and 300 Full Dress and Tuxedo Jewel Sets in boxPrices- set 250 and 300 LoungingRobesPrices 5000 Holiday Suspenders in art Christmas boxesPrices pair 50c 75c 100 and 150 STEWART DRY GOODS CO llICIOrpon teeS IM CONNECTION WITH JAMES Mc REEllY 4 W NEW YOWL ALMA MATER Visited By the First Student of the American College In Rome The Rev Father Krniiu Presented to Ills Holiness By Recto Pope Plus Made Many Inquiries Abo Italians in New York- ENCOURAGMENT FOR STUDENTS The Rome correspondent J of the New York Herald writes that the most interesting Papal audience of last week was that granted the Very Rev Dr Henry Brann of New York He was presented by Monsignor Ken nedy Rector of the American Col lege The Rector announced that all his students numbering 130 were waiting outside the conslstorlal hall The Pope immediately congratulated him on the splendid showing they had made in the annual distribution of academical distinctions by the College of the Propaganda but he added I am even better pleased with the fact that they continue to be an example of what Roman students should be- Monsignor Kennedy then told the Pope that Dr Brann was the first student of the American College to be ordained a priest That was forty seven years ago He had now re turned to i Rome for the first time since then to get the Popes blessing for himself and his people and to revisit his alma mater to complete a history of the American College by adding the last chapter The Pope received Dr Brann very cordially Being told by him that 2500 of his parishioners were Italians the Pope showed the deep est Interest asking how they lived and kept up the practice of their religion Dr Brann told the Pope that his experience with the Italian portion of his flock had been most consoling They were sober Indus trious and chaste and when treated systematically would prove a credit both to the Catholic church and to America After further conversation about parish work the Pope heartily blessed Dr Brann and all his people The sight of the Holy Father warmed me from head to foot said Dr Brann later He made the impression of a really great ruler but Still more that of being a most lovable character He did not awe m9 at all Although I never shall forget that I was side by side with the head of the Universal Church the Impression most deeply engraved on my heart after the audience Is that Plus X Is above all else a father A few minutes later the Pope was going from one to another of the American students who with Dr OHern the Vice Rector and Dr Mahoney the new Spiritual Director of the college wero ranged around the walls of the conslstorlal hall Recognizing Dr Brann among them the Pope PAused and said I hope all of you may be able to do what Dr Brann hasdonecome back to Rome after fortyseven years with a record of good work done U After glvtins hiss hand to all the students the Pope made a short speechi In which he said that M was 1delkhtedto met them a ajB B IHI 1 creased miNI a He tttrtltlY oG i Oath Sts of Us of 231 To Eat 361 i AND Culled 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conclusive They be lieve Asquith means what he says home rule for Ireland and seugovIernmentNew York Chicago Boston PhnaII delphia and Louisville the idea is UbIertyThe Irish Fellowship Club of Chi cago held a luncheon In the La Salle Hotel last Saturday afternoon The announceemnt that Premier Asquith had made home rule for Ireland an Important plank in the platform ofIi the Liberal party was received with rejoicing and plans were immediately made for a general celebra tlom of the day by all the Irish so cieties In Chicago and that celebra i tion was held on Wednesday even Ing when the Irish Choral Society the Ancient Order of Hibernians tire Irish Fellowship Club and other or ganization assembled to give one grand demonstration of delight Chicago Irishmen characterized Asquiths statement not only as a victory for Ireland but are Inclined to give a great share of the credit to T P OConnor and point out that every opinion expressed by that speaker in his recent address at Orchestra Hall as to the programme of the English Parliament has come trueIt Is a victory for the Irish in England said Patrick H ODon nell President of the Irish Choral Society Three weeks ago tne Liberal leaders made a specific an nouncement that neither the Irish freedom question nor the Welch church problem were to be embodied In the platform but that advocates of these measures would have to take chances after the election The Irish are too strong in Manchester Birmingham and other Liberal strong holds to permit this however and literally forced the Liberals to change their plans T P OConnor was In New York when the Associated Press report Mr Acqulths address was shown ofIhim Friday night He his delight in the following way The report Is short but It repre sents accurately what Asquith said I regard the statement as momentous and as one of the most hopeful things for the Irish cause that has been said for years It means that the Liberal party will make home rule home rule not In a limited sense of devolution but real home rule on the Gladstonean lInesone- of the chief Issues of the coming general election That will mean that if the Liberals win In the elec tion as I believe they will they will be authorized by British constituencies to bring In a home rule measure In the next Parliament and it it beII rejected by theHouse of Lords to It on them by a change in their powers which the Liberals Intend to makeThe statement is especially Important as coming from Asquith Though he always remained faithful In principle to home rule he has been cool on the subject dreading its LibIeralsso anxious to confine the issues to free trade He pledged himself not to propose home rule in the full sense of the words in the present Parliament That is one of the rea sons why CampbellBannerman brought in so poor a measure of home rule as the councils bill hh utterance proves that Asquith has done with these hesitations and that he accepts now the Irish programme of complete home rule I When Asquith speaks thus it means he commits the whole Liberal party and every Liberal candidate who is his loyal supporter to full home rule I regard this utterance then as putting the last coping stone to the splendid prospects of Ireland which began with the rejection the budget by the House of Lords ofII GREAT MEN Are Not Prone to Make Big russ Over I Trifles Many men are prone to exaggerate trifles and some new yct anonymous wayYoumeasure by the way in which little annoyances and petty exactions affect him If he exaggerates them talks a great deal about them spends valu youknowThe habit pf making a fuss over a little thing of exaggerating the im portance dt what to great characters would be but a trifling annoyance is not only indicative of smallness and narrowness of nature but is also de weakeningThe will not allow l himself to be troubled by trifles If he wants to go anywhere he does not make a great ado because it rains is hot is muddy or because he does not feel tike it This would be too broadstarSome people are upsetb fthe least pathTheyt bodys blunder over a stenographers mistake or a clerks error Large ha tI e r l i + i Lures rise above such trifles whehtheyhaveness the tonic of good times but when business is dull and goods re theyhavethey are all upset They are like chil drenthey need to be encouraged all the time for they cannot work under discouragementI men lose their temper and waste energy swearing at a knot in a shoestring or something else just as insignificant The foolish or ill tempered have no range in their scale Small irritating things come to and tag us all but the only way to con quer them is simply to smile and pass them u- pCOLORED CATHOLICS Will Have Dual Christmas Festivity At St Augustines The handsome brass communion railing recently purchased for St Augustines church was put in place last week and was used for the first time last Sunday It will be sol emnly blessed before the high mass at 5 oclock on Christmas morning The Rev Father Francis Felten has arranged an elaborate musical programme for the blessing and the mass He expects all members of the firstII rament of the Eucharist on that morningA mass will be sung with the ompanlImentpropriate music at the offertory Al- though St Augustines church Is for colored people there will be many white Catholics who will attend the 5 oclock mass on Christmas morning Father Felten also announces that he will have a Christmas tree for the poor children of his parish on Sunday I evening December 26 The en tertainment will be held in the school hall Fourteenth and Broadway and will begin promptly at 8 oclock The pastor has more than 100 poor chil dren to be provided for and requests his friends from other aprlshes to send dolls toys and any kind of dona tions to his residence 1415 West I Broadway prior to Christmas Incidental to the Christmas tree celebration and distribution of gifts the children of the school will render a cantata and the parish band will provide a concert The music has been especially selected by Father Felten and some of It is 150 years old The general public is Invited No admission fee will be charged TREAT HUSTLERS Chosen For Officers of New Albanys AO H Division INew Albany Hibernians have elect ed the following officers for Walsh 1910I IPresidentDanIel A John Gould lag Financial SecretaryJas OHar- aTreasurerJohn MoBarron MarshalMC Welch Assistant MarShalJames SKelly SergeantatArms Jas M OHara Sentinel Edward Cavanaugh Standing Committee John J Mor gan John Winn James Goulding Frank Richards and James Higgins Jr The New Albany division has made splendid progress during the current year and looks forward to even bet ter things during the twelve months to come I LINES FOR GIFTS In sending out Christmas gifts it is quite proper to enclose a few lines apropos of the gift and good wishes of the fiver Here are a few quota tions that might be used to ad vantageWith small gift Shakespeares My good will is great though the gift be small With a pair of slippers Dickens We must go together With a book of travel Stevensons It takes the mind out of doors With a calendar Emersons Write it on your heart that every day is the best day of the year OrEvery day Is a fresh beginning every morn Is the world made newIWith a pair of gloves Dickens Were a pair If ever there was one With a purse or umbrella Dickens We must expect change With a work bag the old proverbs Its never too late to Or mendII A stitch In time saves If you wish to present your favors in rhyme some of these might answer Wrap Christmas gifts in white tissue pa erTle with red ribbon I Fasten in the bow a small sprig of holly Inclose with gift card with I Christmas wish We hope your Christmas will be merry We hope you will be happy very The world is happy the world is wide May Joy be yours this Christmastide Holly branch and mistletoe Happy days wherer you go Christmas greetings with good cheer And may you have a glad New Year Sing hie sing hey sing ho sing holly We hope your Christmas will be jollyiI FOR COLORED CATHOLICS The new Church of St Anne the first church In Cincinnati to be used exclusively for colored worshipers was dedicated last Sunday Th Most Rev Henry Moeller Archbishop ser1icesNew York Director General of the Bureau of Catholic Colored MlMioni of the United State Many societies joined in Ute street paradeprevlous- to tae deAlwttofc n If 0 te J J EFFECTIVE Trimming For Christ inns Trees That Is Not Very Expensive Suggestions For Mothers Who Contemplate Fancy- Decoration An All White Tree Makes a Very Pretty Sight TEACHES LESSON TO CHILDREN Where there arc children what is home without a Christmas tree It not ohly serves to give happiness to the little ones but early in their precious lives it gives them something to look forward to and inculcates a spirit of kindliness The Christmas tree is a Christian institution There arc gifts for all the little ones and for father mother uncles aunts grand parents cousins and friends It teaches children to be kind and to othersIfinished her Christmas shopping one important thing remainsto trim the Christmas tree Color and effect arc the most important requirements the materials employed being of secondary consid TheyLntaybright hues and tied with narrow rib cobIweb corn strung on also very effective in decorating trees Little stars hearts and other figures cut from colored paper add to the pleasing effect Plenty of red and green apples help in the decoration Many use small potatoes stuck with tiny flags in carrying out the decora tion scheme Holly and mistletoe whenever it is possible to obtain them ought to be part of the decoration Little bonbon baskets tied with dainty ribbon look well on the tree Artificial snow is sparkling in the light of many candles Dip flakes of cotton in glue and then in diamond dust Fasten these flakes of cotton to the topmost branches of the tree In late years tiny Japanese lanterns lessIa nation and also last longer than the candles Plenty of candy helps to carry out the scheme of decoration Candies for this purpose are made in dominoesSomethose one can recommend an allwhite tree because white shows Up prettily boughsTogifts in white tissue paper tie with white ribbon and use plenty of pop corn white paper chains and white candies HOLY GROTTO In Which Infant Saviour Was Born Still Exists What has become of the grotto in bornisChristians That grotto in Bethlehem StJoseph existsIt precinctsto the Nativity of Our Blessed Re deemer You descend to it by a flight of six teen steps It has a natural cavern part of which has been covered with and subsequently the vault and ceiling coated with marble by the piety of the faithful The pavement is withincrustationsIn the center is seen a silver star laid inscribedinpie and so touching On this very thelUessedWhat an impression must not the theCatholic1 patriarchstravelers have read them and were so prostrate was born on that spot for our salva haveinmark of their faith and piety hence there are as many as thirtytwo mag burningtherepublic of Venice emperors of Aus andfinallyof France JESUITS IN ADVAXOEi The St Louis University scores one point ahead of the Government Weather Bureau by the recent addi tion of the ceraunograph to the meterologlcal apparatus already in stalled This new instrument will record every stroke of lightning with in many hundred miles of St Louis and will give warning of the ap proach of storms Now with the seismograph to register earthquakes the anemometer to tell the velocity of the wind the sunshine recorder for marking the working hours of old Sol the thermometers the hydrograph and the ceraunograph earth air and sky will have to give notice at the university before they can act officially The instruments comprising the meteorological outfit are the gift of FJ Remmers who haue been most liberal in supplying all funds necessary to make the ap paratus as complete as possible Rev J Bernard Goo S J has charge of this department EXCUSED j Shane on you You came home last night actuality tipsy So I did my dear I Just couldnt renlst the pleasure of teeing two of yeuaat oaeelr o- u f 1 1 1111 NATIONALl FOUNDRYf AND MMACHEm CO IIII Sole Manufacturers of thet REILLY STEAtt PUMP Machinery Built and Repaired Castings of all kinds made and repaired Repairing promptly attended to 1406 to 1430 WEST MAIN ST LOUISVILLE KY x Decidedly of the Finest Qu- alityFORTUNA i I WHISKEY1BOTTLED s I The Phil Hollenbach Co s f vIncorporated V s E DISTILLERS LOUISVILLE KY x 000 IVVVVVV aVV I o Express Packages Bottled Goods for SaSpecialty ShippingS S s I I Blue Grass Exchange I o LOUIS WABNITZ CO Propsj SSS g 229 S Fifth St Louisville Ky jiV VVVVVVVI a1 V WE SELL UNIONMADE SHOES Honest All Through The EMERSON SHOE FOURTH AND MARKET STREETS 35O 400 500 ITS A HABIT OF OURS JOHN F SMILEY PRESIDENT M J BANNON P BANNON JR H M WOLTBINO Pros S Mgr VlciPni B Trtu SicnUry F 1 Bannon Sewer Pipe Co Salt PipeBaanoBs a for Stem Conduits Wall Coping Drain Tile 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BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East Mails Street H I I H I D J DOUGH iRTY S J McELLIOTT s s DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phone 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day er Night 1231 WEST tARgET STREET I I tt JETRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS CU t STREETortNN N Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 I KEENANIFuneral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 I slit nightCarriage 1225 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty r nOME PHONE 1677 BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses r Heleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST J 550 S FOURTH AVE I BoUt Phones 223A PRIVATE HOSPITAL r FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS I The Sktfrs of Mercy of Jeffersonville lid own and manage a private hospital for the care and atmentofIIJue and epikpticpatknts Both mate and female jatkuU are admitted Rates very reai enable For further partkmlars+ apply to MOTHER MARY REGIW r rtatCY MWfTAL n lyaeMNaw If lad 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 cla- ssDRHENDRIGKS DENTIST 436 West Market Street CB THOMPSON FLORISTRosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed Piano AND Drum Music For Dances Parties and Receptions furnished by WMJKILKELLYf 1653 Prentice Street Cnmb Phone South 2332v Y CCentral Furniture Co1 Incorporated N W Corner Third and Greed i CompleteAoaBuyPajaaeDtI WM CALUMUN Mir saiMt KNIGHTS OF UDLllllUS e Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere A new council is to be Installed at Mlddletoown Ohio about January 1 Early In January a new council will be established at Batesvllle Ind At Cortland N Y the Knights have instituted a pool tournament among their members Louisville Council will confer the three degrees on a class of sevenly three candidates tomorrow II It took members of Denver Coun clll all this week to properly celebrate the opening of their new home Another new council is to be es tablished In Brooklyn N Y on January 9 It will be known as St Ambrose Council The Knights at Columbus Ohio have purchased an old family home stead and will remodel It for a club house They expect to spend 50000 on It Black Hills Council of Lear S D has demanded that the Western Federation of Miners withdraw Its strike leader C T Mahoney because he insulted a priest Knights from Seneca Falls Waterloo Geneva Canandalgua and Auburn will confer the third degree on a class of sixty in the last named city on New Years day Each city will furnish Its quota of candidates Floyd Council of Chllllcothe Ohio has presented the public library of that city with the first six volumes of the Catholic Encyclopedia There are nine more to be published and each will be presented to the library as soon as it is issued Minneapolis Knights gave their new home to be used for a reception to the Right Rev James McGolrlck Bishop of Duluth last week on the occasion of the twentieth anlversary of his consecration His Lordship congratulated the Knights on their new home and Its appointments- The handsome new club houses of the Denver Knights was formally opened on Monday evening The Right Rev Bishop Matz was the chief guest of honor and delivered an ad dress He also officiated at the dedi cation of the hall on the same day Denver Knights through their new hall open to public Inspection pn Tuesday and Supreme Knight James A Flaherty of Philadelphia was the principal speaker BURIAIj IN JERUSALEM Until about fifty years ago CliriH tians in Jesusalem and Franciscans as well were buried without a coffin the latter simply in the habit of the order At the grave the hnvlb of the deceased was sewed shut over lily fnee and thus he was bedded in the earth The former burial place of the Catholics was in the valleyof the Cedron alongside of the Garden of Gethsemanl at the foot of the Mount of Olives where the Jews are still buried today Only a cen tury ago n new churchyard was laid out on Mount Zion the place where King David uml his successors are still burled The exact spot is un known although innny attempts have been made to find It An pld tradition says that about the fifth century some workmen accidentally penetrated this vault They looked in and saw the magnificent sarcophagi but in trying to enter theIchambers of the dead they I flames of fire bursting forth within The frightened work men closed the entrance to the vault the exact location of which has been forgotten AIILT3 EDUCATOR man JosephProvincial ers uesr York died at toe convent in which he resided on Friday own ing of last week Previous to enter ing upon n religious life he was Patrick L Kenny and was n native of Cleveland Brother Joseph was fiftytwo years old and entered his novitiate at an carlage After Serving five years as Prefect in discipline at Manhattan College he was made Director of St Peters parochial school Later he was transferred to the Christian Broth ers College in London and male professor of history Upon his re turn to America he was made inspector General of all the schools conducted by his order in Xew York CiVy In 1897 he was chosen Provincial of the New York district which extends from Halifax to De troit He was regartledxas one of the ablest educators in the United States TOWN ENTIRELY CATHOLIC In the little town of Herzog Bans is now being erected what is said to be the largest Catholic church west of the Mississippi river This town Is composed en tirely of Catholics rhe edifice Will bo entirely of stone anti granite Its style wiltAse the type of the Basilica so famous in Italy in the seventh century Outside are two massive stone towers 140 feet above the ground holding immense crosses which can be seen glistening in the sun for twenty miles while the towers will hold four chimes of bells which can plainly be heard ten to fifteen miles The religious emblems inside Svill be imported direct by the church and the most magnificent to be had The cost will be 125 i0entirely contributed by these farmers ATTAINED fllS STATION Archbishop Bourne of Westminster Cathedral London has known what real poverty means His father worked himself todeatb and yet left his mother penniless But even at that early period there was one person who foresaw and not only foresaw but foretold a great future for the poor Posoffice officials son This was his aunt aMIss Bourne with whom the future Archbishop Of Westminster lived in penury and obscurity A friend who called one day upon Miss Bourne magnlfI06ntpJeAn inquiryi Miss Bourne said Thls to for my little nephew wbee he bej k CJ 4 SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O iiD- IVISCON 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesda- yPresidentThomas Keenan Sr RyanRecording Lawler Financial SecretaryThos Dolan FineganSergoantatArms i SentinelLouis Boller- 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 FinanclalSecretary JnoT Keaney LynchSergeantatArmsJohnBrown SentinelWillIam Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Serenteent and Main Streets PresidentPatrick T Suljlvan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thos Stevens Financial SecretaryJ G Hessian DoughertySentinelThomas SergeantatArms Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 MondaysBertrand HennessyViceLynchFinancialMc Donogh 1212 Sixth street Recording SecretaryJno J Winn TreasurerHarry Brady SentinelMichael McDermott SergeantatArmsJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days at Pfaus Hall KennedyPreslden Vice PresidentRobert Gleason Recording Secretary Thea OHern Financial SecretaryJohn G Cole Treasurer Bernard 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 Kieffer First Vice President Thos D dines Second Vice President Samuel L RobertsonRecording Secretary Robert Os borne SecretaryWllllamF Financial SecretaryFrank G AdamsTreasurerDaniel W Weber Marshal Adolphus Andrlott Inside Sentinel J C F Bartsch Outside SentinelWilliam D An driott IEliIQs J rcJt iHelpless Condition 7 Mrs Clara Holed writes from Buffalo N T Sept 2 1907 Myron was 7 years of age when he was afflicted with St Vitas dance which put him In a plttjfal and helpless condition After the ue of the first bottle of Pastor Koentaa Nerve Tonic his condition improved and alter ullng throe more bottle he was not afflicted for a time of 5 rear Then he had soother spell but not severe at all taken another bottle be has not been bother since 1 therefore recommend this Tonic to any one who is molested with this sickness Eeq one who had seen my boy before and after taking the Tonic would make the same statement that I have made I Mr Oeo W Sloan of PetosVey Mich writes on March 8 1900 I was restless could not sleep and my lower limbo were so weak that theylwould give way and I would drop down I I took 2 bottles of Pastor Koonlga Nerve Tonio and now I can get around as well as over and sleep all night A Valuable Book on Nor FFREE Samplebottletients also Ret the mtdlcln free Prepared by the Rev FATIIEH KOENIO of Fort Wayne Ind since 1670 and now by the KOENIG MED CO Chicago III tOO Lako Street Sold by Druggist at SI per Bottle 6 for Large Size 175j G fettle for SU comes a llishop Dr llourno is one of the finest orators in the Catholic church and can preach as well in the French language as he can in English FOIL AVOMAXS EYE Chenille has returned to favor as a trimming Pear shaped earrings hove a strong ogueAVelvet makes up many of the handsome walking gown Twotoned linings are seen on ninny of the tailored coats heads and bugles figure prom inently in trimlmng designs Gold fiber tissue is considered smarter for guimpes than net or tulle Tucks puffs caps arid drapery of varying designs now elaborate the sleeves Bows of gilt veiled with nlaline or blacic chiffon are among fashionable hat trimmings f The darkest green for street wear and the lighter ones for evening are glike popular Plain frocks are always more suitable for young girls than those elaborately trimmed Among the new barettes are those which virtually combine the side comb with the burette Fronts cuffs and broad sailor collars in contrasting colors are seen on some of the sweaters Brilliant new ribbons are decor ated with the lotus flower and bu l- fthlnt of the Egyptian craze Theater gowns are now so essential in every fashionable outfit that they receive more attention than almost any other style of gown venlngdreseBof soft filmy textures made up with an effect of utmost simplicity slightly open at thejthroat anu with threequarterlengthIn favor while a sheer allover lace of not to6co8tly quality yb herdebut r IRELAND Record of the Host Important olt the Recent Events Culled From EzchanzeaI Pork Is higher In Newry than for a quarter of a century The Death of P Mallon of Corner House County Longford Is generally regrettedWexford District Council has appointed Mrs Margaret Hare contractor for two lines of road CountyClarehalf of the Irish language revival Jeremiah Lane has been elected Chairman of the Law and Finance Committee of the Cork Corporation The city of Limerick is mourning the death of Mrs Mary Kiely the venerable mother of the Rev Father Kiely O P Dr John C Lynch has been ap pointed medical officer of the Limavady district County Derry at a salary of 500 The Rev William Healy has been appointed pastor of Templeboy par ish County Mayo to succeed the late Father John Melvin Owing to his advanced age the Rev Father Wynne has resigned as archdeacon of St Michaels church In the city of Limerick John Johnston a young farmer of Magrherafelt district County Derry sustained the loss of three fingers when his fowling piece exploded Sister Mary an aged nun died at Mount Carmel Convent Longhrea Prior to entering on a religious life she was Miss Mary Teresa Henchy- A shaft In a trap in which Nicholas Moran was driving near Drogheda broke and Moran was thrown out receiving Injuries from which he died in a short time Two children Bridget McNally and John Kennedy each three years of age were accidentally burned to death In their respective homes In Swlnford County Mayo Quite a number of old age pensioners In the Killeshandra and Cor sagee districts County C avail have been deprived of their pittance be cause their names and ages have not been found in the Census office The Carllngford Lough Commis sion County Louth has elected J T Cardwell to succeed the late Chair man J T Fowler and F W Harris was elected Commissioner to succeed John Quin Henry recently resigned Unknown persons fired ten or a dozen shots Into the house of Patrick Fogarty in the Carofin district County Clare All the front windows were shattered At the time all the members of the family nine in num ber were in the kitchen Tipperary Is stated to be now the second largest cornproducing cpunty in Munster Latterly it has in creased Its tillage by nearly 4000 acres of which 2913 are under corn Thurles alone sends out 100000 bar rels yearly mostly of barley which Is largely consigned to Dublin while Clonme speaks for about 60000 bar rels out of the total acreage During the phenomenal frost which prevailed In Derry several house holders living on the heights above the city were unable to open the doors oJT their dwellings from the In side owing to the extorlor surfaces being frozen In the framework and pedestrians in the streets had to break the icy obstructions before the imprisoned people could leave their abodes IRISH STKV IN TUB ALPS In a small village in Switzerland Is a comfortable old inn much fre quented by English and American travelers The genial fat proprietor does all he can to please his foreign visitors and his menu always con tains at least one dish which he con siders typically British or Yankee Though the orthography Is peculiar the meaning Is generally obvious as for example rost bif rots or humesteek This summer how ever on tho bill of fare was named a dish which puzzled all the visitors and they called the proprletoor to tell them what It was Arlsthious de mouton he had carefully written down and he gleefully Informed them It was one of their national dishes He could not describe It but when It finally appeared it proved to be an excellent Irish stew Arlsthious was the Swiss innkeepers attempt to render phonetically the two words which he had heard TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION LED The first tuberculosis sanitarium to be erected for the benefit of the laboring men was built by the Inter national Typographical Union in connection with its home nt Color ado Springs The International Printing Pressmen and Assistants Union have recently decided to erect a similar sanitarium and steps are now being taken to open such an in stitution The International Photo Engravers Union while not con tuberculosis various parts of the country The International Boot Workers Union are recomending to their members that they ally themselves with the various organizations united in the fight against tuberculosis LOVE AND GOLD Daniel OConnell the famous Irish statesman had a great rival Ser geant Tom Gould pronounced Gold Tom was a confirmed old bachelor but When brer eighty years of age proposed to and was accepted by a girl of eighteen He announced his engagement to QConnell in verse concluding thus So you see my dear Dan that though eighty years old A girl of eighteen fell ip love with old Gould repliedThat lore gold is true But goldwithout IN A STREET OAR Two young ladles boarded a crowd ed street car and were obliged to yIIrIf u t FRANK FEHR XBZGORFOXXWVJTOD BREWING CO I Brewers and Bottlers r LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWI- s 2 Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INOORPORATED xOUJ8VJLLE KY PALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATES Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Hams 76717672 Cumb Will 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light Cumb Phone West 191 1913rHB WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flnvoi Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN B FRANK WALTERS d Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPORATED BUTGHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY FOR Furniture oc 111 Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to i WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST C HENRY flUNOLD DEALER JN Staple and Fancy Groceries A FIRsT CLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty deePe m 540 Wr WALNUT MONON ROUTE BETWEEN LOUISVILLE AND CHICAGO BEST LINE TO French Lick and West Baden SpriifS UNION STATION LOUISVILLE I DEARBORN STATION CHICAGO Dining and Pa DrawleRJ E H BACON DP A N W Cor Fourth and Market Sts teratftvillri Kv w sher friende hand They had stood thus far some time when on looking down she discovered that she was holding a mans hand Greatly embaraBeed she exclaimed Oh Ive got the wrong hand Whereupon the mane with a smile stretched forth hIa other hanfl uy Iagr Hrf e h tlothr oaa nadKB1 i GIve your boys an education that will pre lifeI s ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 12 W Broadway Louisville Ky theXaperfannrotberClassicalScientific WelHqulppedtymnBllum All new Fall and Early Winter styles and Shapes can be found here at reason able prices PRY AAIJIJ PPIILSU DYER AND CLEANER y Ladies and Gents Wearing Apparel t WORK GUARANTEED Phone 2633 528 Fifth Street F WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOON r L VAL JUEATXR PHOP Hot Lunch every morning from 830 to 1230 oclock 442 VKT GREEN tr HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers la Finest Brands of Ken lPearlj h MOTTLED IN aOND C Tili fcMi 1H tMWXTII IT OT u l o KENTUOKY IRISH AltJRXCAN Ii III Capital Paid U Profitsp500000 5614483 UNION NATIONAL BANK We receive Letters of Credit also Travelers Checks available in all parts of the world Pay 3 per cent interest on certificates deposit t DepositoryodMain Streets 7l CHRISTMAS SPECIAL High Grade Winter Suits and Overcoats for Men 15Christmas Offering and It WillThis IIs a Special Be Well to Look Into It THE BIG STORE1 4 WestMarkPliet tt th St MILTON M MARBLESTONE to CO a HOLIDAY FOOTWEARFr- om all accounts Shoes and Slippers will figure 4 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 t giver and gi- veeVOLZ MICHAEL 342 W MARKET STREET AAAAA j WWWMOWVO Next WeeK Is Christmas If you must put off the buying of gifts till the last miaute dont neglect the ordering of your Tea and Coffee The best is Mul loys Try hi- sSPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR SOC 4Scexcellent MULLOy COO BR nOlllo Phone 1333 fl1 w MARKEx 1R11vET i5- i5j J y 400 PER TONI l d acceptabledto some poor family than a tdn of FOX RIDGE for Christinas Also see that your own bins are fillede e V u SCANLON COAL CO INCORPORATED Phones 405 G T RIDER GenIMgr cFI1lANl1J NADORFF BROS UNION BARc tL lirAnWlHiiWIWili Luckkllasi riilr1 j u- Hoen kffersfnl c e 1 JOINT SESSION Of Hibernian Divisions to Witness Another Big Initiation Every Hibernian in Louisville Is invited to attend the joint initiation ut Berlruud Hall Sixth street near St Catherine at 2 oclock tomorrow It Is estimated that at least thirty candidates will be present to receive the degrees The degree team which is composed entirely of members of Division 4t has been rehearsing faithfully and every member of the order ought to be present to encourage the good work Members who have proposed can didates since the last initiation are urged to see they are on hand and prompt in their attendance tomor row Members who have been ob ligated only are especially requested to come and receive the degrees A special feature of the initiation will be the work of the choir which will be under the direction of Ed ward King o talented musician with a wonderful faculty for rendering Irish music NATIVE OF KENTUCKY HONORED The elevation of Judge Lurton to the United States Supreme bench has a special interest for Ken tucklans Horace II Lurton was born in Campbell county this State sixtytwo years ago but with his father removed to Clarksville Tenn at the close of the civil war There he studied law and was admitted to the bar Eight years later he was elected Chancellor of the district Later he resigned to take up private practice and was recognized as a leader pf the Clarksville bar In 1893 he was appointed a member of the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Sixth circuit which embraces Kentucky Michigan Ohio and Tennessee He has always been emlnentlrjllstSupreme bench gives general satis faction NEW CIGAR EMPORIUM Frank Coblens Councilman from the Sixth ward will open a cigar stand at 321 West Jefferson street next week Mr Coblens is one of the most popular young men in the city He is a practical cigarmaker and knows all about the weed from the time It is planted until it is ready for the consumer Since early boyhood he has been asso ciated with his father Dan and his uncle Doc Coblens in manu facturing cigars and like them has a glad hand for his friends always FORESTERS TO CELEBRATE St Anthonys Branch of the Cath olic Order of Foresters will give a reception and dance at Dittmeiers MondayDecember their guests expect to spend a de lightful evening The committee has invited members of all Catholic fraternal societies to spend a pleas ant evening with them MORE THEATERS Louisville Is getting to be a center of theaters If not a theatrical cen ter In addition to those now in operation a new playhouse is being completed on Walnut street be tween Fourth and Fifth and Whallen Bros are at work remodel ing the bullying at 318 West Jeffer son street to make it fit for a theater It is intended to have it completed by Starch J LIEUT JIAWLEY NOW Michael J Rawley for fifteen years a patrolman and one of the best in the Louisville Police depart startionmore energetic and hardworking policeman in the city than Mike Rawley He is busy today receiving the congratulations of his friends KODA CLUBS DANCE giveitsutopianUalleveningCollinsmusic and an enjoyable evening is promised all who attend The com mittee having the affair in charge is made up of J Bossmeyer W Mc GurkF roRconJaandrfHogan ALBUM FOR POPE celvedMonslgnor titular Archbishop of Hello oIlIJn private audience last Saturday Con signor Seton presented the Pope with a beautiful albuai Illustrating the house of the Slaters of Charity In the United States founded by Mother Setba an awgttrMw of the Area bishop ii 1i i yt t- 1 l Jrt HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolrg the Paat WeekGeneral- News Notes I Savannah has two divisions of the Ladles Auxiliary I Division 1 will meet in regular session on Tuesday evenlngrL r On Thursday night Division 3 met for the last time this year I The fifteen divisions in Cleveland held a joint initiation last week The division at Homestead Pa proposes to erect a 20000 home A branch of the Ladles Auxiliary has been organized at iowa City IndAt Zanesville Ohio there is a flourishing company of Hibernian Rifles A new division of the Ladies Auxiliary has been established at Loo gootee Ind- IMembers of the order in Ohio are pushing the study of Irish history in that State Division 2 of Trenton N J Initiateda class of fiftytwo at its latest meeting Division 2 held a well attended meeting on Friday night It was the I yearIat Brockton Mass has disbursed 3300 in sick benefits during the past year The annual report of the Boston Highlands Hibernian Building Asso ciation shows a nice increase in a financial way The division and auxiliary at Xaugatuck Conn has placed ten volumes of Irish history in the pub lic library of that town In Cleveland there is a Hibernian bowling league and each of the fifteen dlvsions is ropresented by one or more teams The Milwaukee division of the order initiated a class of 100 candidates last Sunday Among the can didates were seven priests President Keenan urges all mem bers of Division 1 to attend the meeting Tuesday night to help make the initiation more impressive Division 1 of Brockton Mass Is thirtysix years old It owns a 20000 club house that is yielding 20 per cent per annum on the investment of the members Division 1 of Duluth Minn has contributed 50 toT P OConnor M P for the Irish Parliamentary fund Other divisions in Minnesota are expected to follow the example of the Zenith city At the last meeting of Division 2 of Manchester N II National Presi dent Matthew Cummings State President D M Fleming and County President T L Shea were present and made addresses Philadelphia Hibernians are mak ing arrangements to hold their grand annual ball on January 20 IiForty boxes in the parquet circle and first balcony have been soldat 100 each The remaining fourteen boxes will be sold for 50 each I Illle Ladles Auxiliary met Wednesday night Hearty congratulations I I were exchanged oil the years work I The ladies will mijet no more until the first Wednesday In the new year I Alt members orthe order ought to attend the joint initiation tomor rowIrishAmericans of Chicago will honor the memory of Robert Emmet by erecting a hall to his memory It will be known as Emmet Memorial HaIl The undertaking is being con ducted under the auspices of the Hibernians of Chicago and Cook countyBOSTON CAFE OOMPANX I Prominent among the manycafes in Louisville may be mentioned The Boston located at337 West Market street where can be found at all hours of the day and up to midnight one of the best lunches that ever tempted the appetite Of coursO there is an abundance of fine wines and superior liquors on hand all the time The proprietors of The Boston have always shown themselves to be just in dealing with their patrons and are men of ability Their con stantly increasing business goes to show that their fair dealings have told Those who desire prompt and efficient service would do well to patronize this cafe and thus aid in making it a still greater success JJ C Boardman who directs the I business has a host of friends all- overI this city and State I ISUFFERED BROKEN ARM I Smith foreman for Chess 8 Wymond met with an acci dent at the companys plant last week and sustained a broken arm Fortunately the bones arc knitting nicely and Mr Smith will soon be as active as ever DR AUD HONORED Dr Charles Z Aud of Ceclllan has been appointed to the State Board of Health by Gov Willson He succeeds Dr J M Mathews as a member of the State Board Dr Aud medicalmening States t HONOR BISHOPS MEMORY The people of Rochester N Y showed their respect for the mem ory of the late Bishop Thomas A Hendrick of Cebu Philippine Islands by attending a solemn Pontifical mass offered Up by the flight Rev Bishop Thomas F Hickey In memory of the late Bishop the Appellate division of the Supreme Court 1 reme Court and the County Court adjourned I during the hoUrs of service TTXIVERSITT SUMMER SCHOOL The Very Rev Mon Jpnor T J Shaman Rector of the Catholic University I at Wasblngt nfsmaklngplans tor a Catholic summer school there file Idea Is tohave the school open about July 15 and continue six preliminarytoot pedagogy Amdtmte tad ejwclal eoure1Owill be IlYeb c r 1 if ti I I f SSSSSSiy8O 838O K83K C C4 A CANDIED REQUEST We Respectfully request our patrons to leave their orders for Christmas Candies as soon as possible to avoid the rush of the last few days ICANDYI F 4 I 231 W Market 219223 W Jeffersonafasxy yy8 MUTUAL EXCHANGE I I Of Greetings Between corIdinals at Season Every member of the Sacred Col lege of Cardinals is bound branunwritten law to convey to every other member his greeting at this season of the year To Cardinals like Moran of Australia and Gibbons in America this means a great deal of careful work long before the day that the mails may not delay the greetings Every message must of course be an in dividual and personal note and it thus happens that on Christmas morning every Cardinals desk is flooded with mail Tularesident Cardinals or any who happen to be visiting join in meeting the Pope in the grand assembly room of the Vatican and in his private library afterward There they tender him their religious and social respects and the occasion is one of much ceremony and grandeur Every Cardinal also conveys his wishes for a happy Christmas and a glorious New Year to the Pope in a carefully edited note and encn such PopehlmseIthimselfWhile no pilgrimage is there nt tills season many visitors choose Christmas time for seeing Rome and from the poinc of view of the Catholic a better opportunity to obtain a correct appreciation of the churchs wonderful influence not oppositionitbetter part of the year OATHOMO FEDERATION The Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies held its regular meeting at the Catholic Womans Club on Thursday evening of last week Owing to the near approach of the holidays little business was done outside of mere routine Presi announcedtIl behelduary On flint night reports will also be read from officers and com theFederation FORTY nouns PRAYER willopenwithchurch Clay and Walnut streets tomorrowAllcarry lighted candles in the pro SacramentThemorning The Rev Dr Schuhmann has urged all to go to holy com munion on Sunday Monday or Tuesday as a preparation for Christmas llROTHER PIUS ILL Rev Brother Pius Director of St Lawrence Institute on East College street has been confined to his bed for the past ten days but is now agohetained a fracture of several ribs Re cently another accident caused him to suffer again This time his ail mentis not considered of a serious nature DIED SUDDENLY John Kennedy n farmer of Harri son county Indiana was found dead in bed on Wednesday morning The deceased was eightyfive years old AlbanyIllsMarys church New Albany on Thursday He is survived by six children I BRUNNS CHRISTMAS GOODS If you are contemplating Christmas gifts of diamonds watches or other jewelry remember that J Brunn at 303 West Jefferson street goodsThosepurchase of handsome gifts ought to visit Brunns emporium It costs nothing to examine his stock OFFICER BEIRNE IMPROVES Officer John J Blerne who has been on the sick list for several days is improving His friends expect to see him out and on duty in the near futures Mfr Belrne has alp ways been a staunch Democrat and hits admirers would like to see him promoted ORATORIO NATiyiTl tt For the first time since their tour choristersl appeared In a public oratorio on Moa day They sang Drj Stewarts Nativity Prwloui to 1te rendi tion1 the Rev Father Carey 0 S P delivered a leotyradoeoriptigeoRthqor I workn J au d d 1 r t I jI OQItIjIIuuImIumIIIdP IC- UNNING LEWIS CO 1 u N W Cor Third and Jefferson Sts REDUCTION IN PRICE OF CLOTHING IIBlG COMMENCES TODAY have here a direct saving of from 500 to 300 and on the best tailored add finest fitting Clothing to be had IIYou price cut on Suits Overcoats Cravcnetts Top Coats Any weight v r color They must go It Means a Great Saving to You TJ CUNNING LOUIS LEWIS L J RANSOm CFBROTZGE MUSIC IN THE HOME Is at all times essential and there is no time when it is ap predated more than in the summer A- FARKiANDOEOILIAN PIANOWill supply this music If there is BO one In the family that can 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