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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w uuKENTUCKY IRiSH AMERIcAN ffr 1 IIVOLUME INO 26 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY DECEMBER 25 1909 PRICE FIVE CENTS LOOKS LIKE Liberals Will Win Victory In the Coming General Election I Situation as Viewed by Two Leading Advocates of Home Rule Budget Ofleredby LloydGeorgi Did Not Affect the Poor ENGLANDS POLITICAL TORNADO Asso1elated cam1palgnthe Dundalk Democrat who is an Intense home rule advocate tells us that only preliminary skirmishing has been done and that the real hard work preparatory to the general elec tion has been deterred until after ChristmasThe Is sanguine that the Liberals will win and as he Is in on the ground floor it is worth while to take his opinion Instead of news paper writers on this side of the At lantic In ah elitorlal the Dundalk Democrat gives figures that are quite interesting It shows that in the con tested elections of 1906 there were 3394000 Liberal and Labor votes cast as against 2550000 Unionist votes In other words the Unionists had 44 per cent of the total poll although they returned only 141 members as against 386 Liberal and Labor representatives Some close observers say the Lib I erals will lose 120 seats at the corning general election That Is to say that the present Liberal majority of 355 flit be reduced to 135 a situa tion which would give the Irish and Labor representatives control of things However this Is pure specu latlon If the country takes the Liberal view that the Lords are en deavoring to infringe on the rights of the elected representatives of the people It Is quite possible that the Liberals will go back to power with a majority scarcely diminished John Bull may dearly loye a Lord but he may perchance recollect that his fore lathers fought and bled to place political power In the hands of tho people and he may resent the Lords I action to curtail the peoples power Tho budget again the real bone of contention was not at all unpopular among the peope of England It did not tax the poor mans beer or his breakfast table though It did put a trifle on his tobacco Hon T P OConnor who has been touring the United States for two months writes along similar lines and sees victory in the air for the Liberals and the fullest home rule for Ireland He says In part- I have been reading the speeches of all the Liberal leaders and they one and all breathe the spirit of courage of resolute purpose of a most buoyant rejoicing over the chance the Insanity of the House of Lords has at last given to the Liberal party to deal a smashing and final blow to the sinister body which bus- S blighted Liberal hopes for so many centuriesWinston Churchill Is making a triumphant tour through Lan cashire LloydGeorge is speaking to great audiences and the remarkable a thing is that a moderate cold re strained speaker like Sir Edward Grey is speaking In the same tones of Indignation and scorn for the Lords as men of the more fiery tem pers of Churchill and LloydGeorge I gather also that the meetings of the Liberals are everywhere enthusiastic overflowing and sometimes even fierce The Tory leaders on the other hand are getting a Tough reception unless where they choose carefully packed and guarded audiences I have no doubt that a tornado of passion is going over the English people and will sweep all before It Whom the g Jds seek to de stroy they first make mad the gods have been busy with the House of f Lords Lo1 HOME Sons of the Gael Are Planning Trip to a Scotland t Children of the Gael now sojourn ing in America do not propose to let Erins sons have all the home com lug to themselves During the summer Of 1911 the Scots of America will take a trip to Bonnie Scptland The preparations are well advanced 4 and the prospects are that an im mense number of Gaels from the and Canada will join l1nltedJStates pilgrimage The exposition at Glasgow will be one of the attractive points and the beautiful city of Edinboro will be the rallying center The pilgrims purpose visiting Burns cottage at Ayr and Bonnie Doon They Will alsosall down the Clyde anti up the Trossachs to Loch Katrine and Rod erick Dhus country From there ihV will S to the field of Bannock burn and will hold celebration In memory of Bruce anti Wallace Q u They xvill attend the Caledonian wmes at Braemar anti the reunion 1t the Gordon Highlanders ntfd also the famous Th4ek Watch at Palil y Btlrllftff and EwmlMtrtb castles art on tkMr ItiMrttr l8IdbO o castle the palatial home of Andrew Carnegie in SutherlandOthcr places to be visited are the ancestral homes of the Douglas McKinley Grant McPherson McDonald and Murray clansI A genuine Gaelic celebration will be held in the old capital of the Highlands Inverness There will be addresses and vocal music in the Gaelic language Before returning there will be a great communion service in one of the old Highland parishes The old Psalms of David will be sung and the preaching yill be done by clergymen who are able Gaelic scholars A committee of fifty prominent Scots one in each city have full charge of the arrangements A T McDonald is the local representative and A Gordon Murray Is Chairman of the International Committee These sons of the heather clad hills extend a hearty greet1ng to tHeir Irish brethren to join them on this happy occasion It rill be a home going of the Gaels not Scotch Irish Canadian or American A low fare will be secured und prospects are that thousands will avail themselves of this trip to the dear old mother land NARROW ESCAPE From Instant Death When Automobile Turned Turtle While hurrying to answer an alarm of fire last Tuesday afternoon the automobile in which were riding Fire Chief Ben Dillon his aide Thomas Callahan Alvin Durhing re porter for the Evening Times and EveningPostfour men beneath The accident occurred at Ninth and Jefferson streets The machine was traveling at high speed and when an attempt was made to avoid a collision with a lienvily laden express wagon the automobile turned upside down Its a wonder that the four men were not killed injuredfrendered unconscious Durning managed to crawl out of the wrecked machine and aided in lifting it off the others Then he gamely telephoned the story of the accident to hie paper However he had to be sent to the City Hospital to have his Injuries dressed Capt Dillon wits removed to St Josephs Hospital where it was found that he was suffering from a probablefractureternal injuries and numerous cuts and bruises While bis condition Is serious the attending physicians be lieve he will recover Aide Callahan suffered a broken collarbone a sprained back cuts about the head and many bruises about the legs and body He will be confined at the City Hospital for several weeks Mr Ryan sustained a crushed foot a sprained leg and numerous cuts and bruises His con dition is not regarded as serious Mr Durningwas badly bruised about the chest his head was cut and burned and he received many bruises Ills friends expect him back on duty within a few weeks According to Mr Callahan who was acting chauffeur the steering gear gave way and the capsizing of the machine followed KERENS NAMED Missouri Irishman Goes to the Court At Vienna On Monday President Taft sent the names of his choice for Ambassadors and Ministers to various foreign countries to the United States Senate parItlcularthe appointment of Hon Richard C Kerens as Ambassador to Austria Hungary Mr Kerens Is credited to MissouriRichard Kerens was born in Ireland In 1842 He came to America when quite a youth and served In the Union army from 1861 to 1865 At the close of the war he lived for a while In Arkansas Later he went to San Diego Cal where he engaged in the railroad contracting business and was very successful In 1876 he removed to St Louis where he has since resided and where he hag runny and varied business Interests He is ono ot the wealthiest and most prominent Catholics in the Mjddle WestMr Kerens was one of the original Tart men In Missouri and his ap pointment as Americas chief diplo matic agent was not a surprise The flew Ambassador Is a man of culture although selfmade He Is well rend and las traveled extensively nnd his wife and daughters move in the highest society circles Mr Kerens has always been an avowed Irish Nationalist DEATH OF SIRS MAIIY MOORE Mrs Mary Ann loore one of the oldest members pi St latrleks parish died at the residence of her sister Mrs James T Campbell 1510 West Jefferson street early last Saturday morning Mrs Moore was seventyseven years old and spent all her life In Louisville 511eI1l8ur vived by one sister Mrs CampbellI who is the vldow of James T CampbetJformanyearsUresiderit ot the Particular council of the St Vincent de Paul Society Mrs Moore vas noted for her works of charity her many kindnesses to the orphans arid to the aged aiid Infirm will funeral took place from St lfatrckU church on Monday morning and the church was filled with lI mournlnj frfend t- U I DEGREE WORK Put On By Division 4s Teal Enjoyed By the Older Hibernians Cold Weather Kept Many Blein- bers and Candidates Away Successful Initiation Makes All Look Forward To AnotherI HAPPY ADDRESSES WERE MADE Cold weather played havoc with the attendance though not with the degree work at the joint initiation of the Ancient Order of Hibernians last Sunday At that there were seventyfive members present and every man of them enjoyed the ex emplification of the ritual which hdded ten new members to the orderThere were to have been thirty five candidates but rigorous weather kept the majority away Bertrand Hall is admirably adapted for Hibernian initiations It has the necessary anterooms spacious hall well arranged seats and electric lights and Division 4 has all the necessary paraphernalia Those who took the degrees were Andrew Collins Thomas Keane John Mulloy William Hardman and Frank Miller Ill of Division 4 and fhomv Campion James Doyle Garrett Doyle Adam Emmlttsburger and James Perry The degree work was exemplified by the following team from Division 4I William J Connelly William P McDonogh David Reilly John J Scora and John Wlnn The work was made much more impressive by the music rendered by Organist Edward 0 King and a trained choir of eight voices The older members of the order who witnessed the initiation declared that it was the best ever attempted In Louisville The choir under the direction of Organist King acquitted itself exceptionally well The work of the guards was due to the drilling of Chief Escort Tohn Winn At the conclusion of the initiatory exercises President John II lien nessy took charge of the meeting nnd introduced the various Speakers nil of whom spoke congratulatory words of Division 4 and its degree team State President George J Butler made a very happy talk along the lines of unity friendship and Christian charity the cardinal principles of Hibernlanism Others who spoke briefly on top- Ics dear to nil Hibernians were D J Coleman John Hesslon William P McDonogh and James Treston It Was in brief an Irish love feast and one that all enjoyed Time older members who attended arc not through talking about it yet The concensus of opinion is thut Divis- Ion 4 has a crack degree team and all are looking forward with delight when another joint initiation will be held in more favorable veatherQWENOF POOR Title Bestowed Upon Wife of Londons Lord Mayort r The London corespondent of the New York World writes Besides being queen of time city Lord Mayor Jvuills wife Is known throughout the diocese which stretches from London to Canter bury as queen of the poor She Is President of the Catholic Needlework Society covering this enormous district and superintends every year the collecting making and distribution of over ten thousand garments for the poor regard less of creed Lady Haul one of the most inter esting personalities who have ever rifled the role of Lady Mayoress has just had conferred on her by the Patriarch of Jerusalem the Order of recognftlonor11er Catholic diocese of Southwark The Order of the Holy Sepulchre is a very old one Tradition assigns its origin to the first century of the Christian era and there is definite knowledge of its existence in the eleventh century Only three women in the world hold this order One lives In Sicily one In Rome and the third is Lady 1nii- iCARELESS DRiVER Responsible for Distress IriK Accident On West Broadway Logan Fleece a well known res ident of the West End was knocked don and seriously injured AiortUay evening through the carelessness oft negro driver Mr Fleece wl89n his way toJ B Watheri Bros Distillery Company where hei8 employ das night watchman At Twentysixth and Broadway a negro driver suddenly staged his team and Mr TTeeci was knocked lawn before he could get ou of the way He was rptnoved tp hfc home 2402 Elliott avenue where lie now JtMVh a serious condition jt Imie family L LIo and friends hope for Ma speedy re covery Mr Fleece 1one of the most respected men in his neighborhood L PRIZE WINNERS 2taYAt the Bazar o and ElizabethHos pital f The bazaar given laitweek for the benefit of Sts Mary and Eliza beth Hospital was u most gratify ing success from every standpoint and the Sisters are grateful for the support of their friends among the laity and clergy The following ii- a is complete list of the winners of articles on the combination books Hug No 351 Mrs1 Fisher 1353 Preston street leather couch No 13635 Sister Raymundo Newbury port Mass load of coal No CCGO Annie Walsh 1809 Hlghl picture No 4392 Father Walsh t 1219 Seven teenth 5 in gold No 12622 II S Nash 314 Seventh dolt No 17321 G M Fnrland Son Elizabethtown Ky toilet set No 15839 Carroll illandpalntedferner South Fifteenth parlor lamp No 9402 Mrs McConnell6050 Maple street St Louis Mo cwlllow chair No 1281 Mrs B DojlW11l23 West Broadway 1 Time above drawings were done by Miss Estelle Warfield r The prize winners in the raffles were Davenport No 540Dr Simroll goldheaded arketIshirt waist No 27 Mr M J Ban non 2309 Rowan fancy screen No 275 Dr D Y Roberts Atherton Building china cabinet No 409 F J Garrety 416 Fifth electric sweeper No 280 MrS Al Smith 809 West Tefferson water cooler No 61 G Curran 227 East Ormsby silk quilt No4 Anna Cummings 124 Bullitt bracelet Ncr 137Mar garet J Naber 737 SOuth Brook Jewel case No 33 Margaret Cross 1360 South Third dolihQueen City Relic No 240 Sister Agnes Led Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospitalt tankard No 12 Mrs E J OBrien 18U1 West Jefferson trunk No 132 Ed Barrett 822 East Main ladies hat red No 360 MrsJ T Under wood 1709 West Jefferson ladles hot white Mo 10tI J McDer mott 443 Fifth shaving mug No 271 T J Gurvey 219 South Brook NaryCatherineBeard doll Agnes No 329 Dr John Btischmeyer Flfth nnd Chest nut loll CamellusKo 51 Alice McDevitt 724 Eighth tbUSusle No 452 F O Senn Seventeenth and Main loll Adeline No 35 Sister I Roymundo Sts Mary arid Elizabeth Hospital doUrStvtneent NbI I I 789 Mary Keune 1305 Went Mad ison piano No 401 Mother- Entropha I Nazareth Ky buggy 4547 II B RIehlmann 508 East nut NOj The winners in the contest for gold watch were Misses Carrie Boyer anti Mamie McAullffe I These drawings were all made i during a meeting of the Indies and gentlemen who worked so hard for I the success of the club at StIFrancis Hall on Monday evening Dr P S Ganz presided and the Very Rev Father J P Cronin administrator of the diocese superlntended the drawing According to returns made upto Monday night the indications are that 10000 has been netted for the benefit of the hospital A number of combination books are still out and the prospects are that the net receipts may be largely increased All the workers were jubilant over the success that attended their joint efforts but in true Catholic spirit each is giving credit to the others However there are many who are giving great credit to Miss Katie orlglnntedith thqetbebazaaruntil it was brought to a successful beggedlonatfoimscandy booth Miss Hannah Nagle gave her able assistance as did also Misses Mary Sheridan Irene Curran and May McCarthy I APAL BLESSING Extended to Louisviller Bride and Shelby County Groom Miss Adele C Torpey one of Louisvilles most beautiful girls and Gillespie Powell Minnie of Shelby vllle were united in marriage in St Louis Bertrands Convent parlors on Tuesday afternoon The ceremony was performed by the Very Rev Father J R Clark O P The at tendants were Miss Katharine May Torpey a slater of the bride and Fulton Fullenwider f Shelbyvllle After the marriage ceremony Father Clark read a cable message from Cardinal Merry del Val bear- Ing the Papal blessing on the marriage This unusual lavor was ob tamed through the influence of Baroness do Charette of Prance who is a personal friend of Mr Adams family Tuesday evening Mr and Mrs Adams left for a bridal trip through the East On their re turn they will reside at Mr Adams1 home Roseland in Shelby county Time bride is the Daughter of Mrs Julia L Torpey of 1029 South Sixth street and a ulster of Joseph Toy pey time LandN yardmaster Mr Adams Is engaged in business in 8helbyviJleI 1CTl1e off Lace Teliad jln Africa tou evea 18ll1 specific gravity than eork iu t JOURNALISTS 01 Irish Blood Have Beci Prominent in History of This Country Editors Printers Paper Man ufncturcrs and AUThorougl- 1Plllrlots Just a Few ot the Many Vlu Have Attained National Fame GREELEYS PARENTS WERE IRISH Michael Edmund Hennessy a Bos ton newspaper writer has taken con siderable time and pains to show that many men of Irish birth or blood have attained distinction In the field of American journalism His I work has passed Into history as part of the records of the AmericanIrish Historical Society I Presumably the older generation is acquainted with many facts set down I by Mr Hennessy but the younger I folks are probably not aware that Irishmen were among the pioneers I in the establishment of the early American newspapers It would be Interesting indeed to follow one by one step by step the career of men of Irish blood who more than one hundred years ago braved blood prejudice and established newspapers which did so much for American free I fern and labored so hard for Internal I Improvements the developing and upbuilding of the great American republic Space will not permit this but we can give a few of the great editors of American journals as set forth by Mr Hennesgy Irishmen too were among the first paper manufacturers In Amer- Ica Prior to the Revolutionary war many Irishmen Were engaged In the printing business They naturally drifted into publishing pewspapers Among the very earliest newspaper enterprises was that of Hugh Game in New York City Galne was a native of Ireland In 1752 he began the publication ot the Mercury Hudson In his history of American Journalism says of the Mercury that It was one of the best In all the col onies In the collection of intelligence Gaine prospered as an editor and publisherCharles Carroll ot Carrollton gave financial arid moral aid toward launching the Maryland Gazette Time first man to suffer under the alien and sedition laws was an Irishman Congressman Matthew Lyon of Vermont a native of Wlcklow He despised everything that smacked of Federalism and for one of his ed itorials was indicted by the United States Court Later he was fined f 1 000 and Imprisoned for three months After his death the Govern ment refunded the JlOOO fine to his heirs Lyon has the honor of being elected Congressman from three States Vermont Arkansas and Kentucky Lyon county In this State is named after him His contempor tries in Congress described him as a peppery redhalred Irishman- In those days too Attorney General James Sullivan of Massachusetts and afterward a Congressman wrote an able paper entitled Dissertation on the Constitutional IA ot the Press It was a blow against the Iniquity of the alien and sedition laws I John Daly Burke editor of the TimePiece published the first daily paper In Boston He was a Trinity College man but had to leave Ire land on account of his contributions to Dublin papers He came ot the family of Edmund Burke He also wrote a history of Virginia Another Irish pioneer In Journal- Ism was Andrew Brown a graduate 6f Trinity College who published the Federal Gazette In Philadelphia Just atter the war Brown fought on the American side at Lexington Concord and Bunker lull Jolul Dunlap ed Itor of the Pennsylvania Packet was a native of Strabane Ireland Another prominent Philadelphia Journalist was Matthew Carey a patlve of Dublin William Duane was renowned as an editor both In London and Philadelphia In later years may be noted James McCarroll Fits James OBrien Col James Mulligan Robert Shelton McKenzie Thomas Klnsella John D Phclan Joseph R McCullagh and a host of others It Is not generally known but It is a fact that Horace Greeley was born of Irish parents In these times there are men of Irish blood writing on all the lead ingl dally papers and for all the great magazines In America DIG Up11T Will Follow Installation of Division 1sIi Officersn Division 1 A 0 H held Us last meeting of time year on Tuesday night with President Thomas Keenan In the chair The attendance was fair considering the proximity of the holidays For good and sufficient reasons it was decided to postpone the initiation untO February when it Is expected that a class of twelve at least will go through Thomas W Keeley was obligated and the appli ration of Michael Clenry was re ceived Daniel Lyons was reported HI The Literary Committee was In- aructdII to prepare rerehmrnentsl for yearJanuaryare to be installed County President Patrick J Welsh will conduct the installation ceremonies James Barry read an interesting chapter of eveningDivisionsplendilmowIngfered five death and many drain on the treasury for sick benefits President Thomas Ieennn and hh fellow oficers have been exccedinglj attentive to their duties thereby In spiring an example worthy of emulation After January 4 Attorhej gavelAllt lie will be as loyal a disciple ol Hibernian principles as Mr Keenan has been Of course he will neet and will get the loyal support of the members in making Division 1 first In numbers and in good works as in name CHRISTMAS MASSES e Will Begin Early In All of the Loca- lChurches The Very Rev Father James P Cronin will celebrate tile solemn high mass at 5 oclock Christmas morning at St Patricks church and the male choir under the direction of Prof Leo A Schmitt will sing Bartholomews mass Time choir has been rehearsing carefully and a splendid rendition is prom ised The first solemn high mass at St rouls Bertrands church will be cele brated at 5 oclock in the morning with the Very Rev J R Clark O P as telebr int The Gregorian choir under the direction of Prof loseph Ilemmersbacli will render a Cecllan mass At the offertory an appropriate hymn will be sung The full choir will lilngthe Adeste Fidells before mass Other masses at St Louis Bertrands will be cele brated at 630 7 8 j0 and 10 oclock Benediction of the Blessed Sacra frierit will ibe given immediately titter the last mass The Rev Thomas F McGuire of the Cleveland Apostolate will celebrate the first moss at Sacred Heart jliiireh nt 530 oclock and will preach the sermon The other masses ivlll be celebrated at 7S30 10 and 1030 oclock The music of the mass at 530 will be rendered by an augmented choir Father Patrick Walsh will officiate at the later masses Father McGuire is a former pupil ott Johns parochial school While helms been taking a rest in Louisville he has preached many sermons that have been much admired The Rev Dr George W Schuh mann will celebrate the first mass at St Johns church at 5 oclock The choir under the direction of Miss At1lgeia Perry wi1lslng Haydns rhird Mass Quite an elaborate musical pro gramme has been arranged for St Anthonys here too the fljst mass will be celebrated nt 5 oclock The liojy sacrifice will be offered by the Very Rev Father Leo Greulich 0 M C pastor of the church and Con missioner General of the order In America He will be assisted by Rev Fathers Seraphin Bonaventure and Lucius The choir under the three Ion of Prof C Kollros will render Appropriate music Other masses will be celebrated at 7 8 and 10 oclock The last will be a high masu with music by a male choir SARCASTIC JIBES Hu PeersuIn jthc Jresenjt Cam paign Englands Peers are hustling to hold their jobs and are speaking night and day in different sections of the country Many of them are the butts of shafts of satire from the common people Yet the Lords are acting in the most democratic fashion addressing open air crowds nnd bantering words with the plebians The Duke of Norfolk hereditary Earl Marshal of England the premier Peer of the kingdom with more honors and titles than space will permit to tell was addreslsng a crowd the other day Do you think lie said that if the House of Lords Is abolished I wont take jolly good care to secure a seat in the House of Commons The jeering assemblage retorted as one mane Theyd never have ou1J speaking fense of the House of Lords and on Friday came in for an unmerciful joshing at the hands of a crowd of costermongers and others- I shall never take a seat In the House of Lords if its powers are to be restricted exclaimed Marlbor ough and In return an unsympa hello coster cried In tearful tones Dont say that govnbr youll break our arts- CARDINAL SATOLM BETTER The latest advices from Rome say that Cardinal Sntolli who IB suffer Ing from an acute attack of heart disease is much improved ills Eminence was the first Papal Delegate totbe United States Last week his condition was considered alarming He has ninny friends In America who will be pleased to learn of his speedy anti permanent re covery VISITED RELATIVES James Dougherty Auditor of the Monoti railwaysmith headquarters in Chicago spent severalli1ays in New Albany this week visiting IJU sisters iCra dwsrd Fifznatrkjk Find Iis- Mrry pmflIheriy 1 AMERICA Grows Apace AH World PoweV audits Importance Is Emphasized I Interesting Statistics That J Show What People Are + Doing t 1 Dewey and Sampson Saluted All Nations of the p GlobeI OUR MAGNIFICENT PROGRESS S formerlyAssIstantseveral years connected with the State Department writes Interest- Ingly of commercial features In tho United States His letter Is prompt ed In a great measure by tho recent message of President Taft to Con gress but deals only with that phase of the message which concerns the at tltude of the United States to other nations The letter appeared In the Chicago Tribune- In part Mr OLoughlln says Whether we know It or not earef Influencing the whole human race Our trade alone amounts to 3000000000 onetenth of the trade of the world and it Is surpassed only by that ot Great Britain and that of Germany and their Imports are largely responsible for their supremacy American raw cotton is used In he spindles of Japan and China in those of Germany and England Our Iron and steel ate found everywhere Our cereals and meats are consumed productIon by human mind It amounts to the colossal figure of 9000000000 American manufacturing Indus tries have an output of 15000000 Our mineral productions are valued at more than 2000000000 annually and our national bank resources are valued at more than 9000000000 The American people have placed In national and State anks almost 13000000000 In the United States there are 240000 niles of railroads or more than enough to girdle the earth ten times To summarize the people of the United States have a larger stock of gold than any country In the world We have more than onethird in length of all the railroads in the wold and onetenth of tbeworlds entire telegraph service Not only have we more pestoffices than any other nation but our malls carry more printed matter mpre letters and more postal cards It would seem that with our magnificent resources the time Is not far distant when the worlds seat of money will bo transferred from London to New York City The guns that Dewey fired at Manila and those which Sampsons fleet discharged at Santiago not merely sounded the death knell of a once mighty empire but were a salute to the new power taking Its rightful position In the world The United States has acted In the Interests of peace In establishing a financial protectorate over Santo Domingo In Panama we have created a new republic und upon its soil we have begun the construction of a transistbmian canal which is certain to dominate human destiny Under the strong polkof Secretary K noxiwe are now engaged In a movement iI to provide peace stable government and prosperous conditions In medieval sections of Central Amer ica CHICKASAW COUNCIL Memphis Y M Is Show Appreciation of Good Officers Chickasaw Council Y M I of Memphis believes in keplng as many rood men in office as is possible President George Cantlin was unan- Imously selected for a second term white Thomas S Stanton ann Joseph J Barry were reelected First and Second Vice Presidents respectively George A Lawo was unanimously elected to succeed himself as Treas urerOther officers chosen are George W Ditch tel Recording Secretary Edward Longinottl Financial Secre- tarY Floyd B Sullivan Correspond ing Secretary Bert Shea Marshal Harry Shatter Chairman of the Ex- ecutIve Committee Dan Shea Jr member of the Executive Committee John Stratmeler Inside Sentinel anti John Doyle Outside Sentinel C1 lckl saw Council has had a pros perous year It has made financial as well as numerical progress and even better things are promised for 1910 u AGED LADY DEADi 1 4 St Aloyslus church was filled Sun lay aftlmOon with friends who at tended the funeral of Mrs Mary Keough who dle1at her home 1323 Payne street on Thursday night of last week The deceased was seventy eight years old and a native of Irelandl but had lived in Louisville flfty Ieyeartl1rB Keough was known and respected from one end of the city to time other as a good bid Irish mother Shetssurvlved by one son Patrick Keough a wland favorably known residentI of tnJ m I JTr7w wrPwrw7 s7w q KENTUOKY IRISH RIO N i KENTUCKY IRISH fiMERIGflN Devoted to the SocialI and Moral Advance lnement of Irish Americans and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 8c Entered at the LonttTlll Potolce as BecondCIW fUtUf Aflflress all Comlllnicatlolll to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 Wet theca St UNI TRADES COUNCIL 44- uua 1909LOUISVILLA LITTLE EAKLV Owing to the fact that Christmas Jails on Saturday this year the Ken tucky Irish American is mailed to its subscribers a day earlier than is customary This will give belated Christmas shoppers a chance to look over the offerings of our advertisers and will also give our subscribers i timely reading for the holidays Once I again the Kentucky Irish American wishes all its friends and patrons a very merry Christmas and a happy I New Year GETTING IN BAD Col Robert J Tilford the City Building Inspector is about to get into hot water He wants to regulate the style of womens clothes in thea ters Col Tilford is a married man of long standing and has had enough experience to know that the ladies claim the Inalienable right to the pursuit of happiness and to regulate the clothes they wear in the theater Many women go to the opera or drama not to enjoy the music or the play but to show off their clothes The Colonel must be either in his dotage or his nnecdotage OLEO FRAUDS North of the Ohio river the Gov ernment authorities are getting busy with the people who manufacture oleomargarine and sell it for butter A little more activity on the part of United States revehue officials on this side of the river might result in better butter In Chicago last Saturday twenty oleomargarine dealers were indicted by the Federal grand jury Nearly all those indicted carried on an extensive trade It is alleged that they bought the white oleomargarine colored it and sold it as pure butter i In Detroit on the same day a dealer was found guilty of selling oleogargarlno for butter and sentenced to pay a fine of 2400 A little effort on the part of Louisvilles revenue officers would unearth offenders in this city TIME FOR UNION Premier Assulth has come out fairly and squarely for home rule for Ireland His declaration means that home rule is a plank in the platform upon which the Liberal Government is to stand or fall Scotland and Wales are willing to return Liberal majorities on such a platform and it is believed that a majority otI Englands voters are at last alive to the necessity for home rule for Ireland The general elections are to be 1 s held next month and in this crisis theI t Irish party has to face a difficult andJJJ critical situation The Irish mem bers are entitled to claim tho fullest confidence and strongest support of every Irish Nationalist in Ireland and America Mr Redmond must be InII the position of meeting either the Liberal or the Tory party leaders with the whole support of the united Nationalists solidly behind him At j this time any appearance of weak ness or disunion may be fatal to the chance of making an effective treaty with either the Liberals or Tories iutterancesi members to unite with the Liberals until their hopes prove false Mr Redmond should be able to speak for 4 a solid band of eightythree Irish representatives at Westminster ab solutely loyal to their leader and acting as one man In whatever course may be decided upon This is a time when any appearance of disloyalty or apathy may have fatal consequences The people of Ire land must bury their differences now on minor points of policy and rally solidly behind the only authority that exists in Irish politics the party which enjoys the confidence of the overwhelming body of Nationalists No doubt there are weak points In tile Irish party as it stands now but 1 0 now also is the time to get rid of jj t the weak points and to strengthen the organization wherever It Is nee etwary Personal consideration must stand aside Mr Redmond must be backed by a party that will be soli- drrUJ11t andlloyal It Is a time for every Irish Nationalist In Ireland to do his dutyIjI AsQurnrs TOOMISB t Premier Asquith has made a very cr and emphatic statement as to thon role for Ireland as one ofJ tie nin planks is the party Of the Lib Ural platform Liberal promises to hsvs been t ade teed oredid- n before and It will be the dutyof John Redmond and his colleagues to ascertain definitely from Mr Asquith and from the Chief Secreatry for Ireland whether the Government will Introduce a measure outlininga 1broad and comprehensive scheme of selfgovernment for Ireland after tho House of Lords question is disposed Of or whether their sympathy with 1 the national aspirations of the Irish people is of that negative and irri tating character which finds expres sion in mere platitudes in saying that Ireland is entitled to home rule but taking no steps to resolve this statement into practical effect Relying upon the statement of Mr Asquith the National Directory of the United Irish League at a meeting held in Dublin decided to recommend the Irish people through out Great Britain to support the Liberal candidates at the coming election Tills would seem to indicate tint the leaders of the Nationalists have every confidence in the honesty of purpose and good will of the British Premier But the National directory has probably gone further than this has recommended to the Irish voters in English constituencies that before they decide to support any Littoral candidate they should secure the absolute pledge that such candidate should not only vote for home rule for Ireland but should use his influence in bringing that issue to the forefront in tho House of Commons as soon as circum stances will permit Mere theoretical support is not what Redmond and the Irish party want They want deeds nownot wordshiENCOURAGE DDIIGRATION In these days one is wont to hear much talk of the restriction of im migration and of the disparagement of foreigners Kentuckians have organized societies to invite or entice immigration but they in variably despise and discourage the immigrants Of course all Ken tuckians are not opPQsed to foreign immigration but there are men hold Ing high places that forget to re member that Christopher Columbus was a foreigner Some of the same kind of people live in New England and very re cently Gov Guild of Massachusetts Igave the descendants of the Mayflower 1 pilgrims a gentle rap like thisThe pilgrims were immigrants no less than the Italians of today and it is to our shame that it Is the descendants of those early immi grants who for a game of bridge stay away from a primary or caucus and neglect an election while the new immigrant fulfills the duty of the citizen and votes for the officers qf the State and nation Kentucky has had no immigration worth mentioning for more than a score of years yet it is a State of great resources and of untold wealth in mine and field DEATH OF LITTLE TIM Timothy P Sullivan of New York familiarly known as Little Tim died at his home on Wednesday night He was a power in political circles and at the time of his death was Chairman of the Finance Committee- of New Yorks Board of Aldermen Sullivan leaves a fortune Even n his affluence he never forgot the friends of Lisearly youth He never used liquor or tobacco TWO ABLE MEN John H Shea resigned as Deputy Commissioner of the Jefferson Circuit Court tQ take effect December 31 On January 1 he will become Chief Deputy in the office of County Clerk Pres Ray Eustace Williams the Commissioner will recommend at the next general term the appointment of Attorney Patrick Savage as Mr Sheas successor FAREWELL TO TAY PAY Hon W Bourke Cochran and Justice Martin J Keogh gave a fare well dinner in honor of T P OCon I nor M P at the Lotus Club New York on Tuesday night Many lead ing IrishAmericans of the metrop BedmendsvoyagehomeWednesday ACTORS AID OCONNOR Quite a number oCNew York theatrical stars loaned their servIces last Tuesday to std lIon T OConnor in raising money for his I rlsh Parliamentary fund The matinee was given M the New Amsterdam Theater and was a personal I tribute to Mr tConnor It was given under the auspices of Archbishop Farley Among the stars who took part were Miss Grace George Adeline Genee the dancing ftrtUtj Margaret Anglln BaymomJ Hitchcock Thomas A Wise Doufla Tirb ka end Irank Worthing HARK YE MERIUE GLEEMEN Good morrow men of gay employ May peace attend your way And may no note of grief alloy The raerrle measure of your Joy Upon this Christmas day And if belike ye only think Of all and goodly roast I Then may your songs begettho chink Of gold to buy the meat and drink Which ye esteem the most But If beneath tho motley coat heat hearts for higher things Ah then ye know how weak the note He makes within his straining throat Who feels not what he sings And all the glees and merrie trolls That ye may sing today Are nothing to the song that rolls Unheard by men from grateful souls Of simple folk who pray This day upon a manger bed Was born the Godly Boy Whose blood another day was shed That souls that hungered might be fed To their eternal Joy SO1f your glees small comfort bring Your hunger to alloy Your souls may still be banqueting If ye the sweeter song will sing Of simple folk who pray T A Daly rs08 f ErT1e iCJeC G JiiftMiss Julia OMalleyof Oakdale has returned from a visit to Chicago Miss Jeanetta Dannenhold will en tertain at cards next Thursday even ing Mrs Edward Keating of South Louisville has returned from a visit to Paducah Mrs W T Kelly of East Four teenth street New Albany is visiting in RockportMisses and Edith Moran will be hostesses at a buffet luncheon next Tuesday John Nolan of Clifton has gone Ito Frankfort to spend Christmas his parents Mrs Charles McCormack of Waddy Ky is the guest of Mrs L K Stiles of Parldand Miss Agnes Welch of Spring Sta tion will arrive Monday to spend a week with Miss Louise Shelley Miss Margaret Shelley who has been attending Vassar College is spending the holidays with ner par ents Miss Petronella Schweeres of the Highlands who has been attending school at Nazareth is home for the holidays Miss Ruth McCabe will be hostess at a matinee theater party next Wednesday in honor of Miss Milburn Ouerbacker Tohn T Dant Jr has returned from Notre Dame to spend the holidays with his parents Mr and Mrs Jbhn T Dant Sr Mrs Stephen D Smith has gone to Schnectady N Y to spend the Christmas holidays with her daugh ter Mrs Keats Hull E Norton Tierney who is spend ing the holidays with his parents on West Broadway will return to Chi cago after Jow Years day Mr and Mrs W II Newman have issued invitations to a reception at their home on Brook street from 5 until 7 oclock on New Years day Miss Agnes Bohlson a pupil of Sacred Heart Academy is home to spend the holidays with her mother Mrs Agnes Bohlson at 1142 Garvin Place t llll1f I John J Barry who has been suf fering from a severe attack of rheu matism is improving but is still con fined to lls home 131 East Market street Misses Anna and Bonita Murphy have returned from Nazareth Academy and are spending the Christmas holidays with their par ents in this city Merlin Hogan who is a student at St Marys College and Captain of its football team No2 is home to spend the holidays with his father Capt iiike Hogan Col John J Dorian of Paducah was in Louisville Sunday to help In stall the new Knights of Columbus and remained several days to renew old acquaintances Misses Julio Sullivan and Eula George who have been attending the academy at Cardome are spending the Christmas holidays with their parents In Frankfort Miss Margaret Bonier who has been attending Sacred Heart Academy is spending the holidays with her parents Mr and Mrs Edward Bosler 1325 Highlanu avenue John Harvey Beck who has been attending college at the Rose Poly tecnlc Institute is spending the toll days with his parents Mr and Mrr John Beck on West Broadway Cards are out announcing the en gagement of Miss Regina E Thoben and John Lubbers The wedding will be solemnized at St Marys church at D oclock Wednesday morning January 12 FlneganISoutH Sixth street are gradually Improving and it is hoped that a few weeks of rest will restore both to perfect health 1 Mr dMrsJ B Watken and 1 Mix Margaret Wthen will give a 5 1 oclock tea tomorrow afternoon in honor frand Mrs Gaarle B Coonay pi Syracuse X YfIdB- eGr XL Kaoxref Hartford Conn 1 J Mr and Mrs James P Ifannon have returned to Louisville to reside and for the present are with Mrs BarIrattnon came home to assume the posi tion of Assistant Traffic Manager for CC Mengel Bro PaducahIStateColumbus was in Louisville Sunday to attend the initiation While here he met his daughter Miss Catherine Donovan who was en route home from Columbus Ohio where she had been attending the academy of Stf Marys of the Springs Miss Donovan will return to school after the holi days SACERDOTAL JUBILEE All the priests and people of St Anthonys parish are preparing to do honor to the Very Rev Father Leo Oreulich O M C who will celebrate his sliver sacerdotal jubilee next Wednesday Father Leo Is not only pastor of StAnthonys but is head of the Order of Minor Conventuals in the United States Many of the black Franciscans as they are called will come from other cities to assist at the celebration The jubilee mass will begin at 9 oclock with the jubllarian as cel ebrant The other officers of the mass will be Very Ilev Dr Alphonse Tchrscoll 0 M C of Albany N Y Rev Francis Mall O M C of St Anthonys and Rev Bernradine Ludwig 0 M C of Trenton N J These priests have been friends of Father Leo since Ills early youth The masters of ceremonies will be Rev Charles P Kaffo and Rev Father Basil 0 F M The sermon will be preached by the Right Rev Monsignor Joseph Schrembs Vicar Gen eral of the diocese of Grand Rapids NEWPORT NUPTIALS A wedding of more than ordinary interest in Newport will be that which will unite Miss Helen Geneva Halloran and Richard 7 Gagen The wedding will be solemnized In Jane ary Miss Bertha Bowers will be the maid of honor and the best man til be Thomas Halloran a brother ol the bride Miss Halloran is the daughter of Mr and Mrs John Halloran and is one of the most popular girls In Newport Her sis ter Mrs A C Byron and children are home to spend the Christmas holidays with her parents and will remain until after the wedding YANKEE CAPTAINS REWARD The Patrick Sarsfield Club of Waterbury Conn at a recent banquet raised 1000 and used it in lift ing the mortgage on the home of George S Anthony who was Captain of the ship Catalpa when six Fenians were rescued from Australia in 1870 Capt Anthony is a New England Yankee but his sympathies have al ways been viith the Irish For several years he has been employed at the Custom House in New Bed ford Mass but was worried over the mortgage on his home Now he need have no fear of losing it in his de clining years PROUD OF CHURCH The Right Rev James Ryan Bishop of Alton Ill is very proud of a new church in his diocese It is located at Decatur 111and was built at a cost of 125000 While it is the baby church of the diocese it is one of the handsomest and most substantial Before his elevation to the epls copacy Bishop Ryan was a resident- of Louisville Mrs Chris OConnor of 1208 West Broadway is his sister and Magistrate Edward OConnor James and William OConnor the attorneys are his nephews DIED AFTER LONG ILLNESS Mrs Mary C Sage who had been an invalid for several years died at the home of of her daughter Mrs Robert J Foster early Monday morning and the funeral took place from Sr Patricks church ui Tais day morning The deceased was sixtyfive years old She was held in high regard by all who know her She Is survived by her daughters Mrs Foster and Miss Mattle Sage and three sons Officer John SngeI Frank and William Sage PROM TILE FAR EAST Monsignor Joseph W Hendrick of Rochester N Y expects to return home about the middle of January Father Hendrick went to Cebu Phil Ippine Islands to bring his brother the late Bishop Thomas A Hendrick home for a long rest The Bishop J died three weeks after his brother arrived at Cebu En route home Father Hendrick stopped at Hong Kong China and will visit Rome and Ireland before returning- JEFFERSONVILLE KNIGHTS The Jeffersonville Branch of the Catholic Knights of America have elected the following officers for i 1910 President John Kenney Vice President Jacob Sedler Recording Secretary Cdpt John B Murphy Financial Secretary Bernard A Coll Treasurer Maurice Coll Spiritual Director Rev Father Peberl Senstinel Matthew Dixon Trustees Pat rick Tracey Charles Akers and Michael Kinney The branch has enjoyed a prosperous year J FOR Slf GEORGES CHURCH A Yuletide social and supper will be given for the benefit of the new a Church of St George next Tuesdayi and Wednesday evenings i 6 oclock This unction will beheld in the school hall Eighteenth and Magnolia avenue Tickets of admission which entitle the holders to supper are being sold at twentyfive cents Work on the new church is progressing nicely and It will be ready for dedication by Easter SULLIVAN A CANDIDATE Hon Jeremiah A Sullivan of Richmond has announced his inten lion to make the race for the Demo cratic nomination for Congress from the Eighth Kentucky district At present Mr Sullivan lrState Central Committeeman from that district He to a lawyertof marked ability sad has served with distinction IB tIM 1a1U Y E Christmas Suggestions To Help You Select for the Men and Boys 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 boys goods Carromand rokinole oard fISO to 450 Agates and Marbles Ball Games 8 styles 50c up Drums 1 to 2 Mechanical Trains 7Sc UP Indian Suits 11 up Magic Lanterns Si1 up Tool Chests 1 125 up Rocking Horses 150 up CUTLERY DEPT Carving Sets 250 to 12 500 styles Pocket KnivesI 811Gillette811 j j lEE NIGHT 01l 1 d I KNIGHTS OF LAte News That Will Interest 4 Members Here and Else where Maysville Council will exemplify the three degrees on a large class on January 9 Supremo President James A Flaherty will be the guest of the council at Erie Pa on January 2 The council at Batavia N Y now has 200 members although one of the youngest councils in the order It is now stated authoritatively that the proposed new home of the Philadelphia Knights will cost 500000Many Louisville Knights will go to Maysville on January 9 to initiate a class The Lexington team will put on the third degree Members of Niagara Falls Council are planning to erect a memorial to Father Hcnnepln the discoverer of the greatest cataract in the world Notre Dame University has a Knights of Columbus club with more than 100 All of them are members of councils outside of Notre Dame A class of sixtynine received the three degrees at a recent Initiation at Batavia Half of the candidates were residents of Batavia and the others were from Buffalo Roches ter and Dansville Out of fifteen candidates recently initiated by Brooklyn Council two were priests They were the Rev Father Thomas Duhlgg pastdr of the Church of St John the Evangelist and his first assistant the Rev Father Patrick Kelly Knights from Frankfort Lexing ton Paducah Bowling Green Bards town and Lebanon attended the in itiation of a class of seventyfive new members of Louisville Council last Sunday District Deputy James FOR WOJLXNS EYE Handsome combs and other hair ornaments are shell richly inlaid Ribbon sashes are appearing with full length ends and a puff rosette Coats distinctively separate and for dressy wear are long and rather fullChallis geesShort skirts may now be used for the most elaborate daytime occa sions Heels continue high but they arc thicker and more substantial than last year ored turbans Mercury wings of fancy gilt are seen on sonic of the smart turbans and tricornes Black waists are popular and are- hown in net crepe vole mescaline taffeta moire and satin The old popular blues hold their Peking mescaline is the given to a particularly alluring silk striped chiffon cloth that is quite favorite for blouses The monotonous black veil is hav- Ing a rest and those of deep violet powder blue bottle green prune and seal are chosen by the smartest dressersNets of all kinds are popular in dressy waists and are made over made up plain naturally but are most effective over their white linings GOOD WISHES FROM TEXAS a c it I rl POOL TABLES Large Combination Pool and Billiard Table slate bottom live size20Sma- ller size10and 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 Rifles I180 up Repeaters 7 u- pShotguns350 to 300 FootballsWe Guarantee All footballs 75c to 5 Boy Suits75cBo- xing Gloves125 up SkatesIce and Roller Business Years Its the to for at in over WITH YORK ALL Will Both Phones Monday Nights Matinee Friday Night Matinee NEW Night Matinee A Toner for years for the Ohio and of the beet clerks the has Bfadlar with one the BICYCLE DEPARTMENT I Special for the holiday ti good bicycle without I ter 1325 Princeton 3000 Bicycle with coaster brake guaranII teed special Christmas price 2000jj Daytonla high wheel j with G J tires and I mud I Standard of Quality in the bicycle world with 4500- i j i Velocipedes 125 to 1450- I 250 to 1650 I Automobiles 300 to 1250II Coaster Wagons 325 to Express Wagons 75c to 300 I Irish to I Practical1Gand Useful I i AT I PresentsI BOLlIBUSil members Lexington amongthe amongthe roughinsteadname fuUytucked DernardFlynuJrmoreftml1larlyknown holdingdown TexasHebadatsoldfrlelldsmtoolayJ1le happtlewyll I cushions540Me- dium Suits100Base- ball guards3500Nat- ional STEWART DRY GOODS CO Established Sixtythree flEW yolt STOltE S Louisvilles Xmas Store I Offers Entire Stock of Toys At Reduced Prices is buy little folks saving prices from the largest and most com plete stock of fine Louisville Christmas gift certificates and Red Cross Stamps on sale first floor Visit the Xmas Bazar second floor when selecting your inexpensive gifts Nothing fifty cent- sSTEWART DRY GOODS COr Y Incorporated L 1M CONNECTION JAMES UcCREEBY k CI NEW UNITED LAUNDRY CO rINCORPORATED WORK GUARANTEED THE TIME was= mar THIRD AVENUE DONT WORRY ABOUT YOUR PLASTERING =FALLING OFF = t Have It Repaired With DIAMOND WALL PLASTER And It Not Happen Again KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COINCORPORATED Brook and River 2267 Louisville Ky DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary ani Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING r Horses Celled For end Delivered Both Phones 2399 OFFICE AND FORGE 713715 SEVENTH STREET 7Ut1 tULEVS Tuesday and Wednesday and Wednesday POLLY OF THE CIRCUS Thursday and Saturday and Saturday The Golden Butterfly MASONIC Thursday Friday and Saturday and Saturday National Opera Company production MAKES CHANGE Eugene several pasta contracting agent Baltimore Railroad Company one known rauroad in country reiJsnedio take a place oi c a seasonI 1 Oxford tires grade coaster liThe j coaster Tricycles Mails350 900I Now time toys GOOD I PETER M AHDHIOT SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERS Cftrrlif e JUfaWij aNITkisI 295 AND 207 WEST SHEEN STREET Frisco linN He will I aecumeIhi 9W dutieg on 3anuwr7Ir u J f 1J J KENTUOKY IRISH AMERYCSAI mu m MONUMENTS In order to make room for the enlargement of our workshop we offer our extensive STOCK OF FIRST CLASS MONUMENTS at exceediiingly low prices Call and MULDOON MONUMENT CO i 318320 WEST GREEN STREET i N4 + + NNN N N4 4 NNNNN N NI N NNINNNNONN N NNNe J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS Curl EETShortNNt+ 1ANONNttNNIN Nt+ N lONNNtNHOttN Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETQ TELEPHONE 810 iittt + ttitt + ii + i + + + + 111 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East Matin Street I t D J DOUGH TV S J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTTFu- neral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS- All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET THOMAS KEENAN 1Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All calls promptly attended to day or night Carriage furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers l KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty HOME PHONE 1677 BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- Ueleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE BoUt Pees 223 PRIVATE HOSPITA fR THE CARE OF INSANE ANB EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville Ind own and manage a private h rrfor the care and treatmentof Insane am epileptic patients Both male and female iwtieate are admitted Rates very teas enable For further particulars apply tio MOTHER MARYREQIN nil ct HOSPITAL JFaekcArr 0eif e NIfteItteta- a 4- i MODERN METHODSI with all the newest and best materials and methods My prices are moderate and my work of the highest class DR HENDRICKSDENTIST 436 West Market Street CB THOMPSON FLORIST SpecialtyFloral 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephone 1000 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed PianoAND Drum Music For Dances Parties and Receptions furnished by WM JKILKELLYfI 1653 Prentice Street Cumb Phone South 2332 Y CodN W Corner Third and Qrcea We Furnish the Home Complete on Easy Payments WM CALLAGMAN Mff SdM LUfi L NICE SALARIES But No Patronage for British Party Managers Big political campaigns In Amer ica and in England arc managed on entirely different lines In America the campaign managers are usually men of wealth who act for the Re publican or Democratic parties with out salary Yet Jn the event of success they have a hand in the distribution of pie In England the party managers receive salarIes and that is all the personal return they get They are chosen for theIr executive gifts and for their skill In smoothing over rough places No graft or patronage comes their way Management with them is simply B biiftinpRR with an assured income J Percival Hughes fills that office for the Tory party which pays him 10000 a year and traveling expenses He is so unobtrusive that probably not onehalf of the members of Par liament of his own party know him by sight and still fewer of his op ponents His age is about thirty He has a straight figure a fine face a brisk manner and a low voice lIe keeps in daily touch with the party whip when Parliament is in session and at all times his finger is on the pulso of the constituencies The leaders depend on him for reports on public feeling and he furnishes speakers literature and sometimes candidates as may be needed In his leisure he is a painter of pretty landscapesSir Hudson senior of Mr Hughes by ten years is manager for the Liberals In spite of delicate health he is energetic and capable He gets 12500 a year The duties of both men are alike and their personal opportunities equally restricted Besides serving as universal adjusters they handle all the moneys that come from the central party funds and theyare equally successful in concealing the source of contributions The Liberal manager rose to his place by an apprenticeship under the late Mr Schnodhorst who foist ed the caucus system upon Birming ham Mr Chamberlain having im ported the idea from the United States It was an unpopular meas uro at the time but all the other districts have adopted it In the campaign activities now de veloping the public hears as little of the two men as at other times and little will be heard of them al though until election there will be no busier or more Important men in England OARIUEIIS ELECT OFFICERS Falls City Branch of the National Association of Letter Carriers have chosen the following officers for 1910 President John Goring Vice President Carl Settelinager Corre spondent Secretary John S Em mons Financial Secretary William J Pctot Treasurer Charles W Huber Sergeantat rms Julius Zelllch Collector Dan Cuniff Trustee Eugene W Mayfield Clerk of National Sick and Distress Asso ciation John S Emmons SERGEANT OF MOUNTED POLICE Officer John Maloney has been pro moted to Sergeant of tho mounted police Mr Maloney has been a member of the police force about five years Prior to that he served three terms in the United States army lIe is an expert cavalryman Sergt Maloney is a native of Louisville and n member of Division 3 A O H His promotion comes as a reward for merit HEROIC HUGH DOUGHERTY Hugh Dougherty who established the first lifesaving station at Coney Island twenty years ago has just been awarded a gold medal by the United States Congress for bravery in risking his own life to save others During his long career in the service he has rescued twenty two persons from drowning In 1910 he was awarded a silver medal by Congress FOR KNIGHTS ONLY Louisville Council Knights of Columbus will have a reception for members only next Thursday even- Ing Tho function will begin at 8 oclock The council has grown so large that it has been found abso lutely necessary to confine its recep tIons to the members alone SAM OLDHAM IMPROVING Sam Oldham pipeman of the No 9 Engine Company who was seriously Injured while in the perform once of his duties on Friday of last week is much improved Ills friends hope to see him back on duty in i few days NICE GIFTS Nothing will be more appreciated in the line of Christmas gifts than a pall of comfortable slippers Volz Michael at 342 West Market street have slippers for father mother grandpa grandpa uncles and aunts In short slippers for everybody SHORTEST DAY Wednesday was the shortest day of the year The sun did not rise until 667 oclock and set at 427 oclock From now on the days will grow longer although at first Imper ceptible POPULAR APPOINTMENT Michael Farrell a member pf the Iron Molders Union of New Albany has been appointed foreman of the foundry at the Indiana Reformatory Mr Farrell is a capable workman and his appointment meets with popular approval CATHOLIC TELEGRAPH The Christmas edition of the Cath olio Telegraph of Cincinnati is foil theCatholicgraphical standpoint itiisa triumph Dr Thomas P Hart has a great paper and pat that appeals to every Cfttkolle J u3G n yu AM J1 The 9 Christmas i I Aftermath m mtt t SAVE some money this t year ACT on it promptly by starting a SAVINGS AC I COUNT here to bear interest j COMPOUNDED twice a year I start with as hh- I DOLLAR or as 11II11IIsogN i I please Title hIIS A afarnuAS J t Savings flUtt I ItIf It t tfi II Fifth and Court Place ifiII IISaturdayf IIII- IL 1 I II- U MONEY TO LENDmu JOw 01R E2J cnas fl Roger 11 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 OF EVERY DRSOniPTXOZf 434 West Jefferson Street W C CUNNINOHAM H A HICKS WILLARD HOTEL KENTUCKY HOTEL COMPANY Incorporated Special attention given to traveling men Best in the city for the money Have your mall addressed in our care First class sample room- sAMERICAN PLAN RATES ZOO and 150 With Bath 300 BERT HICKS Manager I Center and Jefferson sts Opp Court House WANTEDTo Grain am Stock Farm ADDRESS W R RILEY 626 Baxter Ave Louisville Ky RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Mrs Kate Murray who died at her home 1833 West Main street on Saturday took place from St Patricks church on Monday morning She leaves eight children- to mourn her loss The family has the sympathy of many friends in fts great affliction Michael Goesman a molder died at his home 1821 Greenwood avenue early Saturday morning and the funeral which was largely attended took place from St Peters church on Monday morning His wife and children have tho sympathy of many frIends In their bereavement The funeral of Terence McCloskey who died at the home of his daughter Mrs Bettie Maley 426 East Main street last Saturday morning took place from St Patricks church on Monday morning The deceased was seventytwo years old and was well liked by all who knew him The funeral of Miss Agnes Rose Beatty who died at the family res Idence 324 East College street on Saturday took place from St Mary Magdalens church on Tuesday morning and was largely attended Miss Beatty was stenographer at the Government depot in Jeftersonvllle for several years Her mother and several sisters survive Mrs Mary Gallagher a venerable matron of the West End succumbed- to A stroke of paralysis on Sunday evening She was eightyone years old and a native of Ireland Three sons Daniel P Murt and James Gallagher and three daughters Mesdames Robert Beatty Mary Mark well and Rosa Dell survive The funeral took place from St Cecilias church on Wednesday morning Mrs Johanna Cullen died at the arajly rresidence 1122 West Oak street early Sunday morning Death resulted from an acute attack of heart failure The deceased was six yfive years old and was a native of Ireland Three children survive her They are Mrs Mollle Jenkins now of Chicago but for many years was Principal of the school at Thirteenth and Green streets this city James Cullen a member of the Louisville Fire department and Miss Alice Cullen The funeral took place from St Louis Bertrands church on Tues day morning SUCCESSFUL MISSION + A weeks mission to npnCatholici at St Patricks church ia Coilngton was ebnplilded on Sunday night 2ach service pi the week swell attended o r GO PREPARED When Traveling Abroad Carry Your Own- Passports When you travel abroad you need- a passport from the office of the United States Secretary of State In view of the fact that many Irish IrishAmericans and Americans are thinking about a trip across the At lantic ocean next year it will be well to remember this Passports are issued to citizens of the United States upon application Washingtoncompanied by an affidavit attested by a notary public or other officer em powered to administer oaths stating that the applicant is a citizen and glv Ing the place of birth asd age and iIt must be accompanied by tho certificate of one other citizen to whom he is personally known that the declara tion made by the applicant is true The application must be accompanied- by a description of the person par ticularly as to ago height complex ion forehead eyes nose mouth chin hair and face Blank forms are furnished by the State Department on application The fee for each passport is 1 Citizens traveling abroad may also obtaIn passports by applying to UnIted States Ambassadors and Ministers Where any person has made a dec laration of Intentions to become n citizen of the United States and has resided in the United States for three years a passport valid for six months may be Issued to him This passport- Is not renewable and does not en title the holder to the protection of this Government in the country of which he was originally a citizen PAPAL SECRETARY A London journal says Cardinal Merry del Val Pontifical Secretary 01 State who entered his fortyfifth year the other day is by far the most interesting personality in the Popes immediate entourage It is not generally known that he is by birth a Londoner for he was born In Gloucester place Portman square at the time when his father was secretary to the Spanish Embassy in London He was educated at Slough and at Durham and at an early age made up his mind to enter the church Going to Rome he be came a great favorite with Pope Leo XIII who appointed him to his present position He was the first to introduce shorthand typewriters and the telephone into the Vatican The London paper neglects to say of course that the Cardinal Secre tarys mother was Irish HOW FAST DOES THE WIND GO A breeze travels ten feet in a second A light gale travels sixteen feet in a secondA gale travels twentyfour feet in a second A violent squall travels thirtyfive feet in a second- A hurricane in the temperate zone travels sixty feet in a second A hurricane in the torrid zone travels one hundred and twenty to three hundred feet in a second When wind blows at the rate of one mile nn hour it is scarcely per ceptible when its rate is one hun dred miles an hour it tears up trees and leaves wrecK and ruin behind it DEATH AT COVINGTON Mrs Mary Regan one of the most popular matrons in Covington died at St Elizabeths Hospital in that city on Saturday Death followed nn operation for appendicitis Her husband Thomas Began four children and four brothers Capt Joe William and John Broderick sur placefromday and many friends of the fam ily attended the obsequies MURPHYS LEAD The Murphys have a long lead in Ireland one Irishman in every eight tearing that honored name Kellys and Sulllvans are second and third respectively Even in Ireland the Smiths made a good showing coming fifth and outnumbering the OBriens Byrnes Ryans 0 Connors and ONells In Wales even the eternall Jones has to yield first place to tho ubiquitous Smiths LOWERS RECORD Advises from London last week state that N J Cartmell the Ameri can sprinter defeated A Postle the Australian champion by three yards In a two hundred yard dash in the fast time of 21 seconds This low ers the British professional record for the distance Cartmell is a Louisville boy NEW DOMINICAN CONVENT The Dominican nuns have erected anew and handsome convent at Detroit Mich The building is of English fiothlc architecture and is constructed of brick and fireproof materials It has cost thus far 175000 Two chapels are still to bo erected SUBSCRIBE NOW Dont imagine that an editor ii going to try to land you through the pearly gates and into the bosom of St Peter when the roll is up yonder if you have nevercalledI scriber for his paper THEY NEED DOYLEI At the election held this month Patrick J Boyle was elected Mayor of Newport R I for the thirteenth time The figure thirteen was un lucky for his opponent UNIVERSAL IJBRARY The total number of volumes in all the collections belonging to the Cath illo University estimated at 53500 PREVENTS SALT CLOGGING Add a few grains of rice to the salt when filling the shakers and there will be no clogged shakers no wetter hoW damp the salt becomes 6 0 4er FRANK FEHR o BREWING CO 1 Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INOOHPOHATKD LOUISVILLE KY Rr PALLSCITYBREWINOCO INCORPORATED r Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb West 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light Cumb Phone West 191 1913THE WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at allleading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky t JOHN E FRANK i WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTEL COINCORPOR- ATDDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERr 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE K7 FOR Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to e WM F MAYER 1 419 W MARKET ST HENRY flUNOLD DHAIXR IN Staple and Fancy Groceries A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOI IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a SpedaltyI rase PHI 43H 540 W WALNUT MONON ROUTEBE- TWEEN LOUISVILLE AND CHICAGO i BEST LINE TO French Lick and West Baden Sprier UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DEARBORN STATION CHICAGO lining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E H BACON D P A Ni W Con Fourth and Market Stt Ixjutovllln Kv SURELY CERTAIN JudgeYou are a freeholde- rTalesmanYes 61rl am Married or single Married three years last June Have you formed or expreeeed an opinion l INottor three years Tojir Ho or i1c dive your boys an education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the Xaverian Brother Classical Scientific and Business Courses Preparatory De LargeSwimmingP01welBquippedGymnaalupi t All new Fall and Early Winter style and Shapes can be found tJpre at reason able prices HENRY AAIJII J PPULSU DYER AND GLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone 3635 528 Fifth Strut WINES LIQUORS CIUM VALS rt SALOON t VAL LETTER Pxor Hot Lunch every morning from 93 to 1230 oclock 41 iiv GRBBNIiITI HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially Pearl of ftelson BOTTLED IN BOND Tat TINTaI j- u 0o o SEl VUOK3l IRISH AltIERICAN o 4 JEWELRYOur new store and carefully selected stock every opportunity for the selection affordII RICH AND DAINTY GIFTS I Here you will find everything usually carried in a I firstclass Jewelry Store except high prices Purchase here and you will save money I New Location J BRUNN 303 W Jefferson r MUSIC IN THE HOME Is at all times essential and there is no time when It is ap predated more than iu the summer A FARRANDOEOILIAN PIANO Will supply this music if there is no one in the family that AU one has to do to enjoy their favorite selection marksisare stamped on the roll showing anyone just exactly how to secure the proper expression Come in and permit us to show you more about the FarrandC- eclllanMONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated olilsoao FOURTH VENUE w U Now For Christmas To have the genuine Christmas Spirit you must use MULLOYS COFFEES and- rEAS Theyre best at all seasons Try his l SPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR SOC 45cexcettent MIJ rT OY COFFEE ROASTER STREEr2B 400 PER TONINever Mind the WeatherJ- ust Use FOX RIDGE and forget It SCANLON COAL COIncorporated Phones 405 GT RIDER General Manager NNNNN NNONNNNN + HOME PHONE 5687 CUMB Main 2712a HENRY FUOHS1 10 FLORIST I Plant Designs and Cut Flowers GREENHOUSES STORE Charles and Texas Sts 556 4th St rS OltI0- 1NNNN N NON t 1NNON- Nirea gers Business SchoolJ D CREAGER Principal Bookkeeping Penmanship Shorthand Typewriting and kin dred subjects taught Day and Night Sessions Students may enroll at any time Our system has superior advantages We have experienced teachers and the nicest quarters of any of the business schools in Louisville Call to see us if possible t SECOND AND BRECKINRIDQE LOUISVILLE KY 1 Everything Thats Good To Eat At t MUTHStPhone 61Fifth and Green Sts GEHER SOW 215 WEST MARKET STREET SUIX TUB CEMJBRATED IORTH StIR REFRMERATQRR The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation The QUICK- Comhlnesnot MEAL PAS RANGE a few but all features oi practical value that are considered desire eyed desirable in a Gas Range The QUICK MEAL hat NOEQUAL It ranks high In the estimation of the public OJ rIw1J111ti OIi1l1rlfilf1i LJt I 35 WetGrsn trMt1- 1M oaLtaf z- 44r a HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolr I the Past WekUeneral News Notes llhode Island Hibernians will hole their State parade on March 17 Division 35 of Mewton Mass has organized a company of Illbemlai KnightsAnother new branch of the Ladles Auxiliary has been established In ConnecticutAt meeting of the Milwaukee division thirtyfive candi dates were initiated The division at Duluth Minn hai grown consistently since its estab lishment a little over a year ago The Itight Rev Bishop Dontenvel was entertained by the Hibernlani on his arrival in San Antonio Texas The Hibernians of Minneapolis will hear a lecture from Prof M C Italian of Milwaukee next Wedncs day evening Division 5 of Pipestone county South Dakota has fiftynine mem bers and flftysii of them are insur nnce members A branch of the Ladles Auxiliary has been established in West Haven Conn with a charter membershlj offortysevenThe A Harty Division a- New Britain Conn raised 1500 on its recent bazaar and contemplate the erection of a permanent build ingDivision 4 of the St Paul Iliber plans and Division 8 of the Ladle Auxiliary of the same city will hole a joint festival on the evening of January 16 1 I 1tIlf1I The division at Now Britain Conn hos 750 members in good standing and at the latest meeting nine apple cations were received and sever members initiated Archbishop John J Glennon of St Louis has accepted an Invltatloi to deliver the principal address nt the Hibernian banquet in Milwaukei eon the night of March 17 Oregon Hibernians are pushing the study of Irish history A prize of 25 has been offered for the best paper from the high school am prizes from 10 to 20 in the grades schoolsSuffolk county Hibernians and that includes all members of the or der tjn Boston Mass have de termined to make Labor day toe oe casion for nn annual reunion and field games- Things will be dull this week in local Hibernian circles Division I1 will not meet until January 4j the Ladies Auxiliary on January 5 DI- vision 3 on January 0 Division 2 on January 7 and Division 4 on January 10 IN MEMORIAM Resolutions of St Cecilia Conference on Mem bers Death Messrs Peter Tevlin A A Riche and John Keep who constituted the committee from St Cecilias Confer ence of the St Vincent do Paul So Llety reported the following resolu MAndrlott InhisHimself our friend and brother Peter M Andrlott who was one of our oldest members and who by hit upright and noble life his devotion to his family his untiring efforts and perseverance in fulfilling the pre cepts to feed the hungry clothe the naked visit the sick and bury the lead led a life edifying to all therefore be it- Resolved That this conference now give testimony of Its sense of loss Ir the death of our brother Peter M Vndriott and be it further Resolved That we tender out heartfelt sympathy to his family and hat these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of this conference and that a copy be sent to the bereaved emily and to the Record and Kentucky Irish American The report was unanimously idopted Q13 L4T1E r QY1NCJAL Honored by Elevation to See of London Ontario The announcement has come from tome that the Very Rev Michael F Fallon O M I D D 6f Buffalo NI Y has been made Bishop of iondon Ont Father Fallon is rovinclal of the Eastern Province of the Oblate Fathers and during the past eight years has been pastor of Ute Holy Angels church In Buffalo While the people of his parish and esfdents of Buffalo In general rep jolc at his elevation they none the 338 regret his departure He Is a- reacher of force and eloqtence ands a Bishop of the vast see over which he Is to preside Fattier Fallon Is expected to perform miracles The date for his consecration has not been determine t I WELL OIIO ENV Judge Samuel J Boldrlck chose Isely in selecting Frank A Oeher to succeed John A Doyle as amam- bel of the Board of Childrens G iiardlnns Mr Doyle held the office for several years and gave his tlmv and labor unselfishly to the vofkj Ue was forced to resign on account ofUle press of private business Mri Geher 1I1 head of the stove and hard are firm of Ocher k Sons He has ing been Interested lnSt Josephs Orphan Asylum and other works of liarlty As a member of the Board oft Guardians he will ire the right man in the right places- Om11lMAR DOSSG Those desiring to make Christmas and rjw Years presents to father lIOn husband brother or sweetheart could Visit Schlfemtnl Boe 206 lost Market streeth They have 4n ieellsnf line ofhatsttcaps Rlorwii UHand ambleUiAtthe llttij t I SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday- PresidentsThomas Keenan Sr Vice President Mark Ryan Recording Secretary Thos Lawler Financial SecretaryThos Dolan Treasurer Charles J Finegan SergoantatArms1 Andrew Curran Sentinel LoulsRoUerII DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday Rec Mens Hall First and Market President Con J Vice PresidentD ordII Recording1 Secretary T J Stone I Financial Secretary nor Keaney TreasurerJoseph T Lynch SergeantatArms John T Brown I Sentinel William Xash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeen and Main Streets PresidentPatrick T Suljlvan I Vice PresidentMartin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thos Stevens 1 Financial SecretaryJ 0 Uesslon Treasurer Daniel J SentinelThomas DoughertyII SergeantatArms Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial Secretary Wm R Me Donogh 1212 Sixth street Recording Secretary Jno J Wlnn TreasurerHarry Brady SentinelMichael McDermott SergeantatArmsJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days at Pfaus Hall KennedyPresidentLouis Vice President Robert Gleason Recording Secretary Thos OHern Financial SecretaryJohn G Cole TreasurerBernard A Coll Standing Committee Redmoni Stanton Martin Fogarty and John Kennedy Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Clul House 530 Twentysixth Street President Louis J Kieffer First Vice President ThosDCllner Second Vice President Samuel L RobertsonRecording SecretaryRobert Os borne I SecretaryWllilamF I Financial Secretary Frank Q AdamsTreasurerDanle W Weber Marshal Adolphiis Andrlott Inside SentinelJ C F Bartsch Outside Sentinel William D An Iriott RJLosic I 7I Mrs Clara Boloilwrltei Join Buffalo X T- Bspti Kffli Hyson was I retrsof are when to was afflicted with St Vita dance which conditionLiterloenfgs Nerve Tonic his condition improved and after using three more bottles ha was not ffllcted for a time of S year Then b ha- daaotbpeU but not severe at all eaten another bottle ha has not been bother since I therefore recommend this Tonic to any oult who li molested with this sloknesi Erenon rho had seen my boy before and after taking the Tonlo would make thitame statement that II hue made Mr Oeo W Sloan of Tetoskey Mich writes iU March 8 1906 I wu rostlett could not sleep end my lower throbo were so weak that they ronld gleve way and I would drop down I then oolc 2 bottles of Pastor Koentga Nerve Tonlo end now I can cet around as well as over and deep all ola- htIEE It Valuoblefook on Nero VOU8 Diseases and a ample I bottle to any address Poor patients also get the raadlclae free Prepared by the BIY FATRCR Kocsheof Fort WaD Ind tinea 1874 and K9ENIGMEDoOOOhIOO go III 1l00Lake Streot 5014 by Dranrlst at SI per DottU 6 for Urge fIz 175 6 Bottle for 3e r tyle In each article Messrs Schie man Bosse have a reputation for tarrying the finest goods on the market and their line this year Is pore extensive and better than ever lhelr prices are reasonable and their nlesmen are polite and accommodat- Ing If Ill LQPitSUSTMNEDa Pennsylvania Justice Up field Prelates Ruling atScranton r Warring factions in the Board of rustees of St Josephs church In crantbn carried their troubles Into the State courtS Judge EC Now comb the trla i Judge sustained the intention bfia majority of the rustees and ordered that a deed of the church property be made In the ame of Bishop M Jr Hoban as rustee The members of the parish are Ithuanlens v sad some time ago BIshop Hoban found It necessary to Kcommuntcatej a number of the rustees as a matter of church dls olpllne Tb rebelled 1 e matter was yrrinto the Sate courts udge Newcomis decision followed MACAVLEJVS That delightiiiiil drama Polly cO- fth1e Circus wl8 come to Mapauleys n Mbnddy forA half weeks engage eat It has en scot here before dtid was pauchanjoyed The Golden dtterflyone of the glittering sue sees of the easoti In New York Ill be theatti4ctlon during thellut- ll of bf the ivcwith n matinee on turday trI jIINIa The National Grand Opera Cpm PapYJIs OOOk fO r the last halt O- fnextvee1c aVi Casonic Theater AU- the stars that peared in New York utll be heard ere Carmenwlll- be the offering in Thursday evening U Trovatore on Friday Rig etto for inlay matinee 14- tIP8lIaccl Saturday night ry IRELAND Record of the host Important of the Recent Events Culled t Prom Exchanges Joseph Byrne has been elected a member of the Athlone branch of the Sinn Fein organization Nancy OToole an old age pen sloner was accidentally burned to death in County Galway Great indignation hat been aroused In County Carlow over the establishment of an auxiliary police station at Bagnalstown At Naas County Kildare Patrick and Edward Connor were fined 4 each for aiding In the escape of two British soldiers Magistrate L P Gray of Bally bay County Louth has been asked to become the Liberal candidate for Parliament for North Louth T C McArdle managing directo of the Dundalk Newry Stean Packet Company has been elected in member bf the Louth County Coun ell Fire destroyed a fine range of farm mini buildings at Magillegan County Derry The buildings were owned by Edward Mullan and Jour KellyThe death occurred recentlya Grenngh County Cork of the Rev Father Hugh Kelleher He was held in high esteem by his parish loners Rev Father Peter McRory of Mid dletown County Armagh has advised his flock to sow winter wheat for home requirements as well as for export- Rev M T Mengher son of Pat rick Meaghcr of Bnlllngarry Count Limerick has been ordained In Paris He made his preliminary studies in Ireland Cattle drives have taken place at Tyfarnham and Rathganny Count Westmeath Fifty head were driven from the former place and seventy or eighty at the latter place Robert McKenting an extensive farmer in the Castlewelian district County Down was thrown from hit horse and sustained n broken neck lie was dead when picked up Limerick County Council liar adopted the proposition to erect abridge over the Shannon at Castle connell It will cost 60000 Clare find Limerick will divide the expense equally In the Galway University College this year the number of Catholic students has increased from forty to sixtyseven or twentyseven more than last year The total number now enrolled Is 111 Mrs Anne Breslin who died re cently at Kellybegs County Donegal WOII 107 years old She descended from a family noted for longevity Her father lived to be 102 and her jrundfather 105 years old Mrs Allen McDonnell wife of a civil engineer in Galwny City lit a match in an attempt to discover a leak In the gas pipe A terrific explosion followed Fortunately Mrs McDonnell was not physically Injured but is suffering from a severe nervous shock Rev Father Terence McGovern of ivlnowney County Fermanagh while cycling near his home collided with a trap and received Injuries which esulted in his death on the follow- Ing day Ho was a good Gaelic scholar and for several years was n professor in the Kilmore diocesan colt ge QOUD VQRJ lackln Members Donate to Charity of West End Considering the near approach ot thc holidays the attendance at nc- kIn Council on Monday night was cry fair Little aside from routine nmliuHs and plans for the future was discussed 1resident Louis J Cleffcr occupied the chair It was announced that Macklns octal Club would give its last dance 01IatIlounccd that the newly elected of leers would be installed on Monday fanuary 3 He urged a full attend nnce Following the installation there will be a smoker for members mly Before adjourning the council undo a handsome appropriation for ftrlfttmas charities in the West End IIIQRAL JSUPPQKT 01 Canadian premier Is Given to British- Liberals i1 Sir Wilfrled Laurler the Can nllon Premier is giving his moral suppQrtto the Liberals in Great rltuln While he does not care to meddle in jmeperial politics it I well Is known that he regards the actton of the Lords as a challenge from all that Is reactionary to all Ulnt is progressive in England Ire- Joml and Scotland- In ids opinion representative goy nmcnt is as1 good as doomed in England if the Lords are to be nl- lowed to force the Liberal admlnis atfnn out of power by rejecting a Ipecial bill hitherto supposed to be itfiin the exclusive control of the museof Commmn- sREJiATili1BLE SISTERSI c Three ssltsers dwelling in Indiana are remarkable for their well pre sered fafcrtltl6s despite their ad inccct age Mrs Elizabeth Scott of lottsville is eighthsix years old- Mrs Cahterlne Murphy of George foD elgHtythreeilahd Mrs Mary jrke of New AlbariyiIs eighty oneT N i neof the sisters have ever had to W tar glasses During the present year Mrs Murphy made twelve quilts ariili the last one eonflaed 121- 1J JSees = r t 7 r ser For Your furniture Wantst o I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are largest my prices low est and my terms the best 0 0- j JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street HOLIDAY FOOTWEAR From all accounts Shoes and Slippers will figure for gifts more than ever before More common sense is being used thats the reason Our showings on a scale never before attempted in Louisville It is a re flection of our great and earnest efforts SHOES AND SLIPPERStI of every description in felt or leather Odd rich beautiful footwearfootwear that is so different from the common rungifts that will impart grace to both giver and gi- veeVOLZ 4 Be MICHAEL 342 W MARKET STREET r 1 BE SURE TO CALL FOR r I I McRENNAWHISKY e IT IS ALWAYS PURE IH McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky I NNNWNNNNNN WEWANT YOUR WORK Were Prepared to Do It Promptly I I I and in FirstClass S- tylePRINTING Cards Bill Heads Letter Heads Circulars Dodgers Etc I Dance and Wcddinglnvitations a Specialty HOME PHONE 946 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 010 wireaT GREEN e ri wic- rNNN 4 tf STOP HERE FOR A FRIED OYSTER CHRISTf GROTEi Fullest Wines lLiquors Cigarsi and Tcbacco 8 FINEST BOWLING ALLEYS IN THE SOUTH8 Handsome Prim for High Scores 4J6 Wr JEFFERSON STREET- s J 8GKR 8CIXXOK s 1MI VEENEMAN Prtt it Mgr Viet Pr Trwi Kentucky iriie BricfnlcGo INCORPORATED Afaaufaoturara ot VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS Office 508512 W Mersw St Works Maplla Areelet9fh aril KMk TELEPHONE 873 TELEPHONE 1J2B2 ALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 358 SECOND STREET IF SULUYAtIlanMir ADQUARrJiUi lt OR Drtsscd foiltry end Game of All Kinds in Seastm 4ftca a alway ffind the beet the market affords la Choice Cuttol Beef Sprl sirbFeek ind Cured Mwtsof allied 1JotbcBeetaDdlureit lrfiritiI- Itr We also carry Karl9 FruiU and Vegetables and all fir9tdM aiMkt prod waU PAcinicCtiuxtS MIATS KLT l b- J I lI fJ f r S