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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 74 n o a- TT 0 0I J m au t u v x 0Irc u m ji C f j jc 1 f l- n n- i1ii1t i j I tt r H r LI f fij 4l ti t JPy KENTUCKY 41 A Ii VOLUME XXIV NO i LOUISVILLE Sl UDAY JANUARY 1 19101PRICEFIVE CENTS EXPERIMENT U That Is Being Tried in Boston J Attracts Widespread Interest iPnrtylesi Mayoralty Election Develops Sonic Peculiar Phases Only One Republican in Race anti Ins Party Eschews Him I IT MAY BE WORTH EMULATING Americans who read nnd think flare tKeir minds focused on Boston and they Will so remain until Tues day January 11 when the votes wilt l e cast and counted The natives who are in on the ground floor ash were declare that Boston is try jng on experiment a partyless tul jhiuistratlon In other wonts the oldest and supposedly the most cop servative large city in the United States is going to try to get along without the Republican Democratic Socialistic and Prohibition parties On January 11 the lotcrilof Boston must elect a Jlayoi who wilt be chosen without nay party designation whatsoever At the State election in November the people of Boston voted whether they would accept eitherof two plans proposed inn new city charter foriuulutetTby the last Legislature They had to siccent one or the other The first electedforconsist of thirtysix members twentyseven chosen by wards anal nine iron the city at large nil to lie nominated in party conventions The second plan provided for the election of a Mayor for a terns of four years together with a City Cophcilof nine members elected at large Primaries caucuses pod party conventions were prohibited by this plan Every candidate must be nom inated by the petition of 50QO elect orx note of whom could sign two petitions Plan two was adopted by a majorityThis grim out of several widely divergent conditions byfinance 11 a l tjgated city affairs that Boston was 11J parJ plies had been bought at prices ex- T f actly c1oubletQa cent what ought i to have been paid The hcller got his I lawful price the other half was t traced into the hands of municipal a officers Fivu of them were con = t jailThe reason for the proposed change was the desire of the Republican party to get cot trol of the machinery of Bostonma 1 i I DemocraticI1 Republican is Mayor elected bee ofa third party movement L Independence League movement WhatecrtheIt Boston decided to accept the p II ess administration feature anil i beithofence at the State election I theyonew city electionhfimendiuent to the charter tit 1tight out fifteen candidates thett lepublfenntI t IncombQntti electedi1t i oUr This time the Itepub 1ltlcmiRlni i pen oppo1 i StorrowPrfi f ayeilii 1 otreelemeJltthei of charter revision and who when a spouseItIleornt1notheris Jolm J FIbgerald erstwhile Congressman whose fight lot the MBypralty four years ago was iie of the spectacular poitics servedioffice again W rise je says he cJtmpalgn i molllMflchhiglcistorythatsf the finance commis heot witltawta dngleblottinhtsl IJ i Devioerstthelightredll3tF and Flt rail ylaeh 1 gbjriniitrgelumps2144omt a Awaited with tlereat f LcwirxtisltFriuleieat laokinyforrwari tobfij I i ploP II whonItworktryitSouth NHW OFWtW g9 OBOSOStl St Cthrm V Council Y M I of tofowitant dept Andrew Elderi Recording Sec retary J W AVimsctt Financiali Secretary and Treasurer Frank Mt Ilagan Corresponding Secretary Leo Krebs Marshal Bert Nally InI wide Sentinel John Cissell Outside Sentinel John Barry Executive SlilncHagann a prosperous earln1000Pans are afoot for increasing the membership during the Coming year THOMAS WALSH President Division 1 A 011 SILVER JUBILEE Of rather Leo Greullc- Observed In Pitting- Manner Cold weather hud no terrors for the friends of the Jlev Father Leo Greulich O M C who celebratedIl the twentyfifth anniversary of hisI ordination last Wednesday St Anthonys spacious church vns filled1I with parishioners and friends f the jublliurian from all over Louisville The sanctuary was a mass of blaze and color Seated Inside the raisin g were probably 100 prlestsof this another dioceses Tlje jubilee mass g1at 0 oclock with Father Leo cerebrum He was assisted by former class mates at the seminary where his studies were completed The Ro sitI Father Schrcmbs of Grand UaplJs Mich who was to hive preushed thei sermon wins unable to come to Louisville Ills place was tureen by the lies Father Basil of St JosephV church Jasper hid who delivered I tin eloquent sermon on the dignityY of the priesthood mid whit paidI ribute to the worth of Father Leo In the evening at 8 oclock the children of St Anthonys school gave an entertainment in Father Leos honor It was attended by alll the parishioners young a ml old andI enjoyableFather ordained n t Trenton N J on December 29 1884 n 1880 lie came to St Anthonys Iin this city and remained lucre ever since For six years lie was pastor of St Peters church and ten years ago he was made pastor offS t eryneLeo was chosen to succCl llllll1inKS Provincial of the Order Of Minor Jonvehtufils leather Leo harm worked hard to bUildUP his church and his school I lie huts taken a great iuteesfc in the young people and sees that they are urlisltedJentyof legitimate II He has finis jnuuh forII is order soils+ Jll no doubt be chosen td succeed himself when resent term expires hisII I CON T JOIiD resident lhlston2 A 0 31 t c 0 J3AV BIG JlITClt Congressman Swag it Sherley re t turned to Louisville Tuesday aft ttiKwiing1 niora than a month on thej I Isthotna of lanrnuit where he went with other nie iberii of the CPtf greeloli l Approphixtion i Comic iiij i hitirloy SIIIj olreaqI n i le In dgyng the canal Ijutbexw fcrVfMieii theopinipn that the wo ift Will pot be completed Itffore 11111- fJ1allO believes that t1teu total cxmt Pliort5coooooo oil tr nrr- c VISITS OLD HQMK f i Jamoij 8 MeDonPgH who lit wi I nMR fame and fortune in1 NewY ytoL f Mia parents Mr sad Mrs Ewet+ dI I McDonofh Sr and other natives I inyfriendt IdII mLo1ttad1JeJP 1 P Jtkitjj fZt l t POPE PIUS Had His Brother us Guest Dur ing Christmas Holidays in Rome Humble Postman Enjoys Vaca tioni With His Beloved Giuseppe Consistory Is Not Likely to Be- Held Until Alter Next Easter r PONTIFFS NOCTURNAL GUARDS According to advices from Home His Holinesr Pope Pius X spent on unusually happy Christmas this year In addition to his two sisters his only living brother Angelo Sarto arrived a day tar two before Christmas and will not leave tome until the coming week Angelo a n postman in the service of the Italhu Government and resides nt ties where all the Sartos were born It is the first time lie has seen his be lloved Giuseppe since the latter be came Pope Since the arrival of Angelo at the Vatican vsays the correspondent ironhprivate library the Pontiff and his brother spend several hours together each ay Signor Angelo resembles his brother very much and when he walk through the Vatican gardens muf fled il1n cloak is tureen by ninnyof the guards for His Holiness The tome correspondents also write that there is little chance for n consistory until after Kastor Who will be chosen Cardinals can not now be foretold There ere some who claim that red hats are sure to go to Archbishop Bourne of Westminster Gluagow11hether be elevated is doubcfi Archbishop Frqer iis well known in Rome where lie made his final studies for the priesthood It will be quite an h honor for the Catholics of Scotland to have a Cardinal of their own The health of Pope Pius remains good anti there is every reason to believe that he will onJoJn llong tenure of the Pontificate Certainly such is the prayer of the College of Cardinals for the necessity of elect ling iv new Pontiff would i 0 a Ills sister at tills time in the minds of the statesmen of the Sacred College Pius X has laid out for himself a course of conduct and a plan ofec clesiastical government which needs his own personal supervision and nlglittplans for the churchs betterment The precautions taken more by InsafegnuraInging Across the folding doors of his bedroom n bed Is stretched on which sleeps one of his personal at tendanfs n faithful trusted servitor who has proved by years of devotion to be worthy of the confidence reposed in him No one can gain access to thin Popes sleeping apart meats without the knowledge of this attendant and beyond hint nt the outer door of the suite n sentinel 1of the Papal Guard is stationed Tills soldier with halberd and sword stands ready to resist any intrusion The unswerving devotion of these guardsmen was shown in the reign of Leo XIII Then then Secretary of State hud occasion one night to com municate to the Pope an important j Pontiffitad I at the outer door halted the Cardinal at the lpoint of his halberd and it was only when tile Papal Secretary uttered a cry of alarm that reached the ears of those within that he was PopeII the part of his sentinel that he pro meted the guardsman to the rank of I Sergeant and affixed a decoration to his uniform Title act still further I I loyalgatrtlsnaen I corps in the world that would die so willingly In the defense of its master LAST ALARM rare Chief Ben Dillon Died Proirri ills Recent Injuries Jfajbr 1fet DJilonr Jvvhp sustained serious jlnjiirjes vhiie sin route to lastteyTuesday died at St Jpsephe Infirin aJY at flawn on Christinaa day Friday ho WaA rtble trt walic around lea room at the infirmary biit as jjlght carne pn hfe Xrek rapidly lyorgii The Very TIer Father Deppen iMlmliilwtered thus sacrament of 3ttrpm Jinctton H few TOVnntes before hU death The funeral took praise from the Cathedral of the naoruingMayorJ min tHN of the Jlfe department1 attended the ob quieii Major Dillon weaUnrn in L6ui agoIleenteiedrk until 181i1J1aplo in 100 motlon he had amertlpldlyr r nlgtant Chief In 1007 from the department for POUtl re on8 When Mayor Head altt affiee on Itoragtbee19 of the year One of feis Lint official ante fIj r 1 Louisvilles fire fighters He sur vived the appointment only forty days Those who knew Ben Dillon best declare that ho djd not know tvlmdt fear was None doubted his ability I as a fireman During his career in the department he hind saved many lives Ills death is regretted by IIJIllsnjjDillon his sister liras Mamie Dillon and n Brother Patrick Dillon member of the 2fo C Trucks Com pew FRIENDS REJOICE To Learn ITiatbJtfeTfer nan Goes Back to His Own r Genial Dennis J jlleffernnn is one of those Democrats who is to come into his ono again and on TonuarrI I I J 1 will assume his duties ns deputy under Sheriff A M Emler It is pretty well established that Mr Heffernan will be one of the two deputies in the Criminal division of the Circuit Court Few men in Louisville have a wider acquaintance In the city and county than Denny Heffernan fwd all who know him Mike him Ho went into the Sheriffs office for the 1 agoWhen tt- ivhfie he was employed as Ii machinist his fellqV workmen pre 1I rented him with ajffold badge H s 1 still has that badgqnnd is proud of 1 underSheriffs 3 I 1 VickSdunitttheCoultIf Appeals decided ad 1 vcrsely tothe Democrats In 1907 1 Now he goes liner anl his friends wish him n prosperous term of rcfice Sheriff Emler is tai be con J gratulated on securing Heffernaus services I JAIL CLOSED Ireland Is Without Crime and Turnkeys Are Dismissed publins historic Klhnainhum jail has been closed anti the Jailer nail turnkeys dismissed because there arc no prisoners to put In that uity1nhappen Crime in the brdinary sense Is practically nonixistent In Ireland During the troubled days of 1850 Kilnminhaiu received hots of lrls11II suspects arrested under the coercion net of which Gladstone was the author Pnrnell and a num ber of hill lieutenants were among the prisoners about that time andl occupied quarters there from Oc tuber in 1881 to MaySjr1882 A little latei Kllinafnham recelycd anti held the Invinclbles acciised of the Phoenix Park murders and lienl them until their execution VuANK MGUATK SELECTED 1 At a meeting of the Democratic a I City and County Connnittee Bell oix I jTuesday afternoon Frank Mcflrath 1 I WitS uniiniinously elected Chairman r z 4 =to succeed Dr rJonh TtColltewino died on CChriatmai morning Tli committee adopted ratable Molii tion on the death of Dr Collier Mr McGrath worked Band for thess lt citia ril1 1emOCII M laat campaign and MS Chairman o thej Fortyninth Legislative was a tower of strength to tb the Those who know him bee that be will main s esrP rant aggrewve faIrpiai vf the ci ftWt FRESH HOPE 6i Victory Stirs the Libcra Leaders to Activity in H England- V V P OColl1 Carried Goodly Stem to Aid Chairman Itcdinoiid London tp Bp Sccnq of Many Lively Battles Before the Election THE MAJORITY MUST BE DIG iron T P OConnor has gone back across the Atlantic ocean carry ing 40000 or wore in good Amen cnn money to aid John E Redmond theircampaignforpledged the Liberal party to home rule and victory for the Liberals seems certain Even iii London there is now a thtn11loreLondon Is the only spot in which there is serious danger for the Lib eals It is a city which depends on the rich and the fashionable and is always rather Inclined to depend on them for its cue in political matters The rich nnd fashionable have been declaring that they are ruined nnd Loudon sympathetically responds especially if the stores be doing less business than usual However the working classes in London like the land clauses in the budget and it is possible that a number of the old Liberal members from the metrop oIls will be returned In Yorkshire anfl Scotland the Liberals feel sure of success The W greetInstoncashire wilt also gie a Liberal vie tory The most disastrous thing which could happen Ireland now would be the return of the Liberals by majorityIt for Ireland that majority throughthedrnRtlcLords which it is the minion of the Liberal party and the interest of luejuml to hove pased into a law winim the next two years The House ot Lords might reject any proposal of drastic reform which twentynr1pGlgnnticout by weak ilintstries The London corespondents toll us that the Christmas lull in me posit cal campaign was welcomed by everybody The battle was renewed on Tuesday of this week On that day Liberal nod Tory candidates mounted the hustings in all parts of England On that day too T P andtoldpolitical battle suns regarded in America One week from today the Pcprh must leavo the arena because after January 8 they will not bo allowed according to the constitution of heat Britain to participate in the luClHItrDecemberPeers who are on the hustings and there are thirtyfire of them must address 111 meetings NEW FACES WillBe Seen on the Bench In the County Court- House Four new faces will be seen among the county judiciary when court convenes on Monday Judges Bchackelford Miller Thomas It Gor don and Samuel B Kirby succeed themselves Judge William H Field will take the place of Judge Homer Bafson in the first Common Pleas JudgeWalterMatt ODoherty in time Third division of the Common Plens Court Judge sueceeGdJudgebench and Judge Mulr Weissinger will succeed Judge Arthur Peter in the County Court inmention Cnssllyasrofflcial JunWeb1ungelas Official Indexer Ills appolntinent ultJH1gesIJ POOR GllirS ClfARITV Ggaloffortnnntei fprtllIterinthateityIil MteaCaeJaccpted iitldlg1lJJldi I9IlIR9 I ARJJJJJnr DRATI rifleef aiFesseal1 thetMontgomerye Shehadee ttfferity1 t Htritld i sister Alverta were pupils at Cedar wIdclyknowere well known amateur entertain era and took part In many affairs fur the benefit of church amid char hcYbrothersthepathyof many friends In their great grief The funeral took place from the Church of Our Lady on Thursday ImOrnlngI PATRICK T SULLIVAN President Division 3 A O II NEAR TO DEATH Cardinal Satolli Sufferin Prom Acute Heart Disease According to tlc latest cable ad vices Cardinal Satolti 11ierJserl ouslyl iltvin ltoue and news of his death may be expected at any time On necouuiof hula residence in the United Staten for several years there is unusual interest in tills country prelateHis Mars 1criigiaItalywas Francis Satolli anti he came of n noble Italian funnily He evinced an early calling for the priesthood and wus noted as a seminarian both for his zeal end intelligence tep by step he advanced until he became Bishop In the early nineties Pope PapalDelegate positionHisA p A movement when there was considerable hostility to thus Catholic church nnd Monsignor hutolli was often sarcastically referred to ns the American Pope He was suc cessful iin his mission however nail brought about ijv harmonious pro Breams for church activity in the united States and returned to Borne to take nn important post In Pope Leos administration He was created ami proclaimed Cardinal nINovember 20 1895 and later became ofStlldltsCanllnolntsllOpR sufferingfromHe has many warm friends in Amer inn who regret his serious illness I JOHN II HENXESSY President Division 4 AO 1L PRIEST OELT3BRATKS Receiving scores of Visitor nanny pi vvhom bore words of congratula tI mtl1e Bight 1hevv Monsignor Jo seph P OConneJl D npastor of St Mary Star of the tear church Brooklyn celebratedl his fceventy IlIaJovIalsyhmvent0 rectQIYJoatherl y JIllgJJ11crIeanpresentoAugurprpc imd the dogma of the Im iiativofep I lniptndiesa a IIiOlflli telMLexliiatJ twpbrptherniece im thus JIrylb of n1Jtl reh r 1151101T lttICt4TIL j ii1Mssaehnsettwillt vi nRaMonsgaorof Rpribgfieldwill the Senate 1i1t1pNyer It is first time ihI the Wdtory c f the that a Cath olic tfrrgymip Asti Ws c lkd upon tf etlloia6eiti r IRISHMEN Who Were Pioneers in EarJy Settlement ot State of Kentuckytf Many Forts Places and Comi ties Still Bear Celtictt Names Soldiers Statesmen and Poets Hailed Front Old Erins Shores a WOMEN FIGURED AS SETTLERS It is strange yet nerertheleso true that one often hag to leave home to find QUI the news concerning his own Stl1te1hUs Kentucky arid Kentucky Irish Americans are indebted to Iron John C Linehatii of Now Hamp shire for time marshalling tit many tistory although living in far away New England went to considerable trouble and expense to collect bits data and all of it can be proven by reference to historical records Mr Linehan Iis Treasurer General of the American Irish Historical So interS est in the work of the organization He has facts nnd figures to show that Dr Hurt anti William Coomes inKentuckyin 1775 The doctor was the first t medical practitioner in the State anti the wife of Mr Coomes was the first school teacher r Among the fortified stations or againstthe l1bearI k Bryans Station Doughertys Sta tion Drennans Lick now Drennan Springs Feagans Station Hurts IrIshStntlon a stations and forts born the charlie a1 teristic names of McAfee McFndden McGee Sullivan McGuire McCor nndKennedyAgain Mr Lluehan shows us that the following counties in Kentucky s AdairlittlerMcCracken Boyle Carroll liowan f isfAsresidents of Irish birth or parentage neyolntJonnrblood in Kentucky during those stirring early days can be formed from givenXClrare represented yet the absence of Old Testament names go common among the Presbyterian Irish indi cates that these men were of Cathfolic stock f James McBrjde an Irishman June the credit of being the first white padc1led river as far back as 1745 Whento CarolinaforStewartJoseplmWilliam Cool Capt James Grattan John Tuel nnd John McManus were nmong permanentfoundatlon 1778Among fJ men in early history were Generals Adair Boyle Croghan and Premjer gast Nor do the jnen deserve nil the credit Mrs Ann McGinty brought i Kentackythe territory She Is also creditedxwith making time first butter nail 1 Statesbordersanti hogs Catholicinmllofifamilies to settle lucre were those of McGaryThomasBoone it Is claimed descended from nn IrishCatholic family in Nary land lie that ns it may there are residininin Kentucky is unitestnnll- 9PLDiD1Ti G11T CQJQrni1oSpIhlgl1 ultgegtoftheUleGOdlipJeiHmfetl11 psriwhfitsnltetlforeignlands9nntloni becain the property of Col nlJ Springs ifie property comprfc 2OtI i8JStAtRioJtyeriytlinI itsRtzeU 8149PSOY WASnni Ir fining to jlie holiday season rife attendance st the meeting of Dtvliisal I IttltJt ap AliariipireportedNIttecoveredTl forbfton December 111 Bhort talks were made by BMatan 4s two members of the CHy COUNCIL Michael J MeDer t y- H i rfW1 dr Ui Un f tJUu J I 0 C a DO 0 r rixln r a J Ea m riLLI IJ U- U U Go xrucr xwisii ixcA lNTUGKY IRISH flMERIGflN lo ereted te the Social aad Merit Adyuceemett el MA AaerkMS and Ctthrilci c= Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY PUSH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Tuhllahera SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY se Entered it the UttUyllto Pottofflc 11 SccoadClM rutttr Alirmill CoRmuIcaIofls it the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Greet St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JANUARY 1 1910 HArry NEW YEAR The Kentucky Irish American wishes its patrons and friends a happy and prosperous new year It hrs made only one resolution for 1910 to strive to be newsier and more attractive than ever If it can be of service to you call on It Its a chronicle of events read in many homes in Louisville and elsewhere If you have goods to sell the Kentucky Irish American can advertise them forJou If you have a joyous gathering It can rejoice with you or it will mourn with you oyer your griefs and cares To one and all the Kentucky Irish American wishes success during the current year AN KDlPlIXG CHRISTMAS During Christmas eve night it rained and the rain froze almost as fast as it fell When it came time to go to 5 oclock mass the trects were in a terrible condition It was positively dangerous for pedestrians Yet the multitude brayed it On arriving at church each was sur prised to see so many others there The Catholic churches were crowded as usual despite the inclement weather and the number in each church who received holy com munion was most edifying as well as surprising It augurs Well for Catholicity in Louisville There was scarcefy a family of Catholics in the entire city that did not have one or more mem bers to receive holy communion on that blessed morning This will bring blessings to ninny homes and will cheer the 1lta1L of parents and children May nil be spared for such another Christmas day PROMISE AND PERFORMANCE The now city administration has been in power about six weeks antlI already the change for the i I apparent in every department Mayor Head lies made good his promise to put capable men fti charge The Police and Fire departments show signs of rejuvenation and able bodiedI and deserving white men have taken the place of negroe in the Street Cleaning department Today the wnolo city and county machinery starts out with a clean slate and only Democrats on guard in the Court House and City Hall Louisville must remain a city of o white people governed by white peo pIe and for white people To that end each officeholder must strive to do his duty so that the victory in coming years will be overwhelm lug While the Democrats of Louisville mourn the untimely death of Dr John R Collier they curf Tie thankful that such an able leader as Frank McGrath has been chosen fa his successor as Chairman of the City and County Committee Mr McGrath las been trained in the tschool of practical politics and ha knows the ropes No man cnn ac cuse him of dishonesty Frank Mc Gratfi is an able business man and will carry business principles into practical politics Generous tohlsfriends merciful to lus foes but an enemy to hypocrisy and mock u or ality he will prove a real leader for Louisville Democracy lIe has the Intelligence the grit the training mIl the energy that lead to sutcegs I He can and will build up an orgaui station in Louisville that the Djinj crats of the 1IiORJPEERS AS OBSTRUCTIONISTS Tflosq who are students of British history and British politics were not at alt surprised that the Lords turned flown the LloydGeorge budget A review of the last seventy year alone stows how steadfastly the Lords have adhered to the prin clpie of obstruction The manner and Dispirit of thelv legislative work during the last fourryeats of liberal Gov y otQtlf period Onlyonce and then when a re 0 0 oryaVfighting th extension of the franchiM OIadstonws billet bill Sn 18T1 making the freatbtoe eoret we i opposed for two years ty the Home of LbZIII IB religious re form they hare been ci reactionary al In political reform Prom 18Mf to 1858 AfV= Oed the emaiMdpation = 1be Jews isir veto they di ired the dmis 0 Noneon lon1w to thi ftttfeendtleai for tairty Ix yearn jftrojii ISM to 1871 the abolition tt tetI fe cup x port of orcIglonto which Nonconformists Were alien from J858 to 18C and the opening of graveyards to Nonconformists from 1873 to 1880 In 1SS4 the Lords blocked Glad stones bill bringing up the suffrage I in the country uistrlcts to the levelI of the towns and in spite of the great popular agitation formed n compromise The Peers voted against tile first grant for national education in 1800 they rejected the bill to regulate the ago of children working in the mine len years later they struck out a provision pro viding for free schools and In 1UOO defeated the education bill and blocked a compromise on the educa tion question Mat year From 184 T to 1898 for more than half a cen tury ninetenths of the inhabitants of Irish towns were excluded from the municipal suffrage by thact of the House of Lords By defeating nil educational meas urea since the Liberals came into power itt 1000 the Lords have killed the plural voting and London elec tions bills both affecting suffrage the licensing bill compelling the liquor trade to contribute largely to the support of the State the Scot tish land values bill to promote better conditions among the small tenantry and modified important provisions of the Irish land purchase bill LABOR PARTY BARRED What would laboring men think if they w re not allowed to contribute to the campaign funds of their can didates in the United States What would they do Just laugh and contribute anyhow You can not do that in England According t press cablegrams from London this week the House of Lords after two years of Lord fight ing through the courts has decided that the financing of members of Parliament belonging to the Labor party Is illegal The judgment holds that the appeal ofthn Amalgamated Society of Hallway Servants must be dismIssed with costs on the con tention mainly that Parliamentary representation ijanet dt present one of the purposes to which trade unions are at liberty under their statutes to devote funds raised frontS their members by enforced tions Only by further legislation can money for members of Parlia ment out of trade union funds be come possible And yet the English people prone to tell the whole world areS it is a nation that stands for fair play MEANLXG OF A NOVEVA rA novena is a ninedays prayer in preparation for the celebration of a feast or for the obtaining of some upontics persevetedfromAscenllionfor the coming of the Holy Ghost oftlliJbytheprescribed should begin it made in dnysbeforetenth t enstoinaryon the feast itself By the En JolyFatherinhionorofQod MAK1CS MOTHER SMILE Some time ago a young Irish girl was tendering testimony against an Individual rrahslrald she Im sure he never made his mother unkindllnpssThere Is4 And the balance of the ai manytlnie i motherw ofndsno joy in her way ward son Shei is the artist of all others who can mould the childs character when the life Is young and plastic Top often In the springtime of her boya days hesw8 the wind la neglect carelessnessi evil 4example false kindxeea weak complaisance And she wootIerwhy ahV gathers the whirlwind when the daya of sum raer jor of a desolate autumn come u dti at NiiqilT WQilKBRS MAss Sl Anartjv churtth Ntw Yirirk City Waj crowded to the floor when lit 31 oclock Chriitnuus morning a onm high luaM we celibratea for the benefit of printers iiewspapeS loVorkeJiaSt1ftaXQtk 1 serlce 1 early morning hpuJ1ifor the con nightDbellert Father Even Cparof Bt1 Andrews eelbrete theuiss The jtheFather RtXj flDI I II TilE SORCERESS I Gay Is the smile of the dear Irish mother Tender her crooning to charm childhoods ear Brave her bright smile that its brilliance may smother Beneath a fairseeming a tremor of learSFor a sorceress sings in the voice the sea And whispers of ships to the brood at heW kneel Blue are her eyes Irish eyes quick and daring Sparkling in happiness misty in woe Dark with loves courage yet a flicker despairing Gleams In their depths when the sea murmurs low Come pleads that voice in the moan of the sea Erin hears and draws closer her brood to her kneelI Legends she tells when the daylight is dying Stories of bogiemen falriiandgnomes Tales of a banshee with inky hair flying And the weird of the heather who ceaselessly roams lint never a tall of a ship or the sea- TllrlUs the eager young hearts of the brood at her kneel Still are the nights when the children are sleeping Low burns the peat while the weary one sits Yearning and praying that hers for all IIdown at old age while Time flits Through the barred uoor comes that voice in the sea Calling and calling the brood at her knee Down by the sea with her feet bruised and smarting Stung by the bite of the cold briny spray- Erin sits desolate eyes dark at parting Burn In the wake of the ship far away Empty her arms for that voice in the sca- eharmedHas with its cunning the brood from her kneel Leila Miller Pe- arcesocitv MS I I II Mrs D J Heffernnn will entertain the Brunette Social Club this even ingSMiss Mae Leafy of South Louis yule is visiting relatives in Wlllhrms town i On Wednesday a marriage license was issued to August P Moritz and Miss Lillian Murphy Mr and Mrs F J Dannenhold of Crescent Hill have gone to Detroit to spend two weeksSMiss Minnip Kelly of Jefferson 2rsIWalter Cochran of Dresden Va Misses Jennette and Clara Dannen hold gave an enjoyable dance at Trinity Hall on Monday evening James T Shelley who has been In Cincinnati on business for several days arrived home last evening- Louis Sitea who spent the past week with relatives and friends in New Albany has returned to Nash yule Mrs Charles E Mivela enter fumed at dinner Tuesday evening in honor of Mrs Marguerite Miveia of ChicagoSMr and Mrs J P Hanley of Cres cent Hill have returned home after spending the holidays with relatives in Frankfort otDayIlnnettespendtIleCrescent lull Miss Minnie Murray of Clluon who has been visiting relatives in Newp rt and Covington will return home tomorrowS Mrs J M Murphy of 706 Elm street New Albany will return from n visit to her daughter at Can nciton next week Charles S Raldy entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of Thomas J Burhholder of Chicago but formerly of LouisvilleS Will Norton the well known tray cling salesman has gone on the road after spending Christmas with his family In tItle city Miss Catherine Grimes who has been spending the holidays with her parents will return to Sacred Heart Academy on Monday Mr arid Mrs Q B McMeekln of New Haven have returned home after spending a few days witlv Mr andMrs William Schulte Misses Rena Grant and Olla Cam hoHl1aysare exjiected home next week Mr and Mrs IT E Murphy have closed their country home at Mt Vachln ton and have gone to pnyer CoJtoApnrl thft winter Mr and Mrs Charles FltwferaWf of East Spring street New Albany gpetllrlaiHtfr JSdwari ThloRwyn who holilij a repon rtble poclikm with M r Irulcompany in WtUbuTjf III Tialtint liii mother rcr B nl ikatual ofefferaonUle II-I 0 c H V ofDepuilTaxiaJF from an attack of bronchial trouble i able to resume his duties In the offloe i jIMr and Mfrrf W J Burke of Jtf j ttrtonvllle ar spending Ute bGfltIS l with Mrs Burkes parents Mr and Mrs Harry lerrjof 725 West St Catherine street Charles J Cronin the well known real estate agent entertained a number of his friends with a watch party at lila home on West Chestnut street last night Miss Ellen Wathcn will return to Nazareth Academy next week She has been spending the holidays with her parents lranl1 Mrs James Wathen of the Highlands Thomas Vernla General Manager of the Consolidated Stone Company with headquarters in Chicago spent the holidays in New Albany with his mother Mrs Xquls Vernla Miss Theresa McDermott Prin cipal of the Jeffersontown school who has been spending the holidays with relatives at Paris Ky will return to her duties next week Santa Claus paid n belated visit to Dr J M Keaneys residence Shelby street near Oak on Sunday and left a splendid baby girl The dootor and his wife are delighted with the new arrival Misses Mary and Bertha Mae Berry who have been spending the Christmas holidays with their par ents Mr and Mrs John Berry of Hill street will return to Nazareth Academy next week Mises Mary and Katherine Malone who have been spending the holidays with their parents Mr and Mrs John T Malone in the Highlands will return to school at Manhattans vllle N Y next week Mlses Virginia Murphy Virginia Watson and Katherine and Leonora Kaiser who have been spending the holidays with their respective par ents In Portland wilt return to Lorettb Academy on Monday John P Curtin who came home from St Marys College to spend Christmas with his parents Mr and Mrs C A Curtin of Crescent Hill will return next week lIe had with him as lhis guest Master Coleman Burch Will Daly one of Mackln Councils popular members arrived home last week in time to spend the holidays with his relatives and friends lIe greatImonthsSCharles Kelly of DIg Sandy Texas came to Kentucky to spend the Christmas holidays with his brother Philip Kelly of Clifton and his sis ter Mrs T W Jenkins of RIney He may remain a week or ten days longer The Misses Heffernnn were host esses at the Koda Euchre Club on Thursday of last week rrlzes were won by Misses Hose Kerr Agnes and- Anna Heffernan and Messrs James Hogan Frank Mnrconla and Harry Kerr The Misses Kerr entertained the club last night Edward Harris entertained his friends with a stag party on Christ mas eve Among those present were Messrs B Sweeney J Hogan W Policy Harry Kerr W Condon J Feeney M Collins G Mengher B Harris O Cohen All enjoyed a pleasant evening and departed wish ing their host a merry Christmas and many of them The following young ladles com posed the inembers of a box party at the Mary Anderson Theater on Tues day afternoon and weTe later entertained with a delightful luncheon at the home of Mss Eva J Walter Misses Mary C Ridge Gertrude Veenemah Helen L Resch Kdlth Pemberton Anna Mae Mayer Sue NeliyeMaeWalter Mr and Mrs William Hennessyt of 1725 First street entertained with a supper on Christmas day in honor of Mr and Mrs Fred Lutz of Indianapolis Mrs Lutz was formerly Miss Nora Joyce The guests wore Mr and Mrs John Hennessy Mr and Mrs Thomas Lynch Mr and Mrs Timothy Swift and Mrs Thomas Downey and Misses Katie and Mary Joyce Messrn W J Connelly Will lam Linskl John ODonnell and Mar tin Joyce John ODonnell and Will lam Linskl sung several Irish ballads and Martin Joyce con tributed to the evenings entertain ment by dancing several Irish jigs and reels and also renderedSeveral solos on the piano Miss Stella Cuscoden one of Louis villes most popular girls became the bride of Paul Blackwood on last Monday evening The ceremony was performed at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs George W Cuscaden Sr 545 South Second street A color scheme of white and green was carried out throughout the house Miss Claudia Oversjreet was the maid of honor and Owen Duffin was the best man The ush ers were George and harry Cuscaden brothers of the bride After the ceremony the bridal party sat down to a sumptuous supper Later in the evening Mr and Mrs Blackwodd lleft for a brief honey moon trip The bride will be remem bared as a charming youngamateur actress and last spring her efforts contributed rb toward the sue cess of Beck to Town WORKBP lrOflOLERKSS Clerk intJuj retail stores of Sti Paul Jlbm08n thank the Rev J Tta vler for their half holiday on Christmas eye this year Not long af Eitheri laver conferred with the proprietor ofglthe big depart ttOlell1iatle to tW matter and later argued the oslo before the aaiembled proprietor of nearly alii thei big retaili matHutlonH in th city Au a result all agreed to clou their stores at noon oq Phti5D IfQIMCX H6UK8i JCA11I Forty Hour Pri1 t wI11beIfIriaJ the late rns5 at 11 oclock at St Michael I church tomorrow 1IIThe Her Father Martin pMtor of 8t Michaels wiU be as toled by erenil local elertQrmen Suwtejr M1Wr Ind ToMdcy onI FAMILY REUNION Great Grandmothers Dine With Descendants on Christmas I One of the most enjoyable Christmas celebrations in Louisville was the reunion of the Shelley Fishier and Bannon families It was held at the residence of Patrick Bannon Jr 2219 Rowan street and there were thirty who sat down to the best dinner that money could buysj It was one big happy family and those present ranged in ago from three months to ninety years grea11granl1motIlcrs Mrs Bridget Shelley two great uncles James T and John J Shelley a grandfather It L Fisher and uncles aunts ana cousins mixed into apparently inextricable con fusion All the youngsters hind drums or bugles and the general din delighted the oldest as well as the youngest of the happy throng frond Mrs Bannon proved delightful hosts and the lay was pleasantly spent With one or two exceptions everyone gathered nt the reunion resides in St Cecilias parish MANY PLANS For Mackin Council to Be Talked Over at Next Smoker Macldns members had not gotten over the Christmas festivities last Monday evening hence tho at tendance was small Yet President Louis J Kieffer found plenty topics of interest upon which the members dilated to their hearts content He announced that every member was expected to be present next Monday night when the officers for 1010 are to be installed On that evening a smoker will be hold and only mem bers will be admitted It is expected that the retiring officers will have something to say that evening relative to the progress of the council during the year just closed and that the new President wit outline a plan of policy for the current year All in all it will be a ove feast such as Mackins mem bers alone know how to give Macldns Social Club closed Its ear with a dance at the club house m Wednesday evening Invitations tad been sent to every member of he council and very few failed to espond With stalwart youths and adies fair the club house presented a brilliant scene and all joined In vishing the council n happy new rear and many of them- QUAINT Was Edmund Gleason Who Passed Away in Lex ington Residents of Lexington are mourning the death of Edmund Gleason a former member of the City Council and for many years proprietor of a saloon in the Bluegrass capitol The deceased was born in Limerick Ireland seventytwo years ago but caine to America and settled in Lex ington when he was twenty yearst pursuitifora saloon that he named the Little Place Around the Corner Ho soldl nothing but straight whisky TheI man who asked fQr a cocktail or other mixed drinks was sure to be disappointed To young men who called for whisky Gleason would say It isI good stuff my boy but be amy with it It aint meant for boys to play with He retired from businessI several years ago having ac cumulated money sufficient for hisI needs He was held Jn high esteem by all with whom he came in con tact Ills funeral took place fromt St Pauls church on Wednesday morning lULLED BV OAR James Sheehan a well kuown member of St Cecilias parish wasI struck by tt Portland avenue cat early Wednesday morning He vna dead when those on the car reached him Mr Sheehan was employed psI a night watchmart at the Louisville it Nashville railroad shops South Louisville and was en route home from work In stepping off one cav at Twentysecond and Portland ivn nue he walked directly iri frQnt of another rapidly moving car Thei man was hurled a distance of twen tyfive feet Ho suffered a fractured skull crushed chest and numerous other injuries The de ceased Is survived by his wife one MargtritSheehanstreet The funeral took place 1roiii St Cecilias church yesterday morn ing The bereaved family have the deep sympathy of many friends lUNIFIOENTCOUNrESS Tenants on the estate of LordS Granard In County Longford land are enjoying Christmas more tItan usual and all because 8Jady Bountiful has appeared among them in the person of the Countess of Granard formerly Miss iSeatrlce Mills of New York City This AmericanIrish Countess lips been circumspectly lavish in her gifts of wand clothing and other necessaries to her husbandfl tenant The Count can also takes great Interest fn the 1 1JnnduetftdymUI1Jna CMtUeJQrber OBRMAJOrS VAT CilRISTMAH Berlin oorroipondents tnu that baafouncJGermianTlaa mood than the yuletide of 1909 Merchant msnufacturern railroads and theaters did a bumper business I their respective Inea In some Ilnaes the larger tore in Berlin and- other German cities had to be locked I theI STEWART DRY GOODS CO I Builnlts Established Sixtythree Years i 1fEWYOIlItSTOREr EndofMonth CleanUp Sale In Flannelette Gowns Kimonos mid i Silk PetticoatsSFLANNELETTE GOWNS AT 59c All made of heavy quality flannelette several styles some made with high turnover collar and long sleeves yoke back and front trimmed in wash braid others with ruffle at neck and 6iD sleeves also V neck and 34 sleeves several colors in stripesSalso white a regular 75c gown Special 59c FLANNELETTE GOWNS AT 69c A good substantially made Gown comes in solid colors delicate pink and light blue high neck square yoke and long sleeves Special 69c- LONG FLANNELETTE KIMONOS AT 198 Several dozen in lavender gray red light blue and pink till made fitted effect high neck and long Sleeves none in thelot cheaper than 300 and values up to 900Special 198 SHORT FLANNELETTE KIMONOS 98c All made of good heavy flannelette in a big assortment of floral patterns dark red cardinal light blue lavender gray and tan 125 and 150 values Special 98c LONG SILK KIMONOS 398SA nice assortment of soft pretty colors Jap and Persian effects trimmed with satin border to match also solid colors all sizes regular 500 value Special 398 SILK PETTICOATS 750 A lot of delicate colors also White Silk Petticoats and a few darkSones that are soiled and mussed The silk in good condition values to 3850Special 750SBLACK SATEEN PETTICOATS 79c Two styles in black sateen one finished with shirred ruffle the= other with a double ruffle eftect edged with bands of same regular 100 petticoatSpecial 79c SEndofMonth CleanUp Sale InSBlankets and Comforts Doublebed size White Cottonfilled Comforts covered with fig red cheesecloth value 135 Special each 98c Full Bedsize Comforts best quality silkoline covers fine white cotton filled 225 valuesSpecial 169 each Extra SpecialComforts full size for double bed best whtte cot ton filled beautiful patterns in best quality silkoline 275 valuesSpecial 200 each Extra good Comforts for double bed best white cotton filled and covered with extra grade of figured batiste value 400 Special 300 each One case of Allwool White Blankets size 64x84 extraordinary values at 500 pink and blue borders only Cleanup price SS 398 pair- FURNISH THE HOME ON THE HOUSEHOLD CLUB PLAN STEWART DRY GOODS CO Incorporited 1 IM CONNECTION WITH JAMES McCHEEBY fc iNEW YORK 7Ut1 rULEYS WednesdayNights Cohan and Harris Minstrelsi With all the Qld FavoritesII Thursday Friday and Saturday Night and Saturday Matinee MARYS LAMB Lively Musical Comedy With New Linesi and New Jokes NEW MASONIC WednesdayNights UBILLYThe great New York success with the original Daly Theatre cast j KNIGHTS OP COL1IBIISI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where I IDetroit Knights arc waging a cain paign to erect iv 100000 club house Some of the younger members of the council at Mnglmmtou N 1 have organized a choral and dram atic club Many members of Louisville Coun cil will go to Maysvllle to witness the Initiation of a largo class one week from torn rrow The Knights have chartered tIlt steamer Honmnic for their voyage to Genoarheyw1J embark at Bos ton on August 0 and land at Genoa August 20 Daniel P Todmey who Is to be the general director of the Knights of Columbus pilgrimage to Home and Genoa next summer has arrived In NeW York to take up his duties FATHER OCONNOR RETURNS HQV Father John T OConnor pas tor of Holy Name church South Louisvjlle arrived homo in ample I time to preside at the Christmas services in1tscliurchOJithe Tues day previous he was in Springfield Ohio io assist at the silver juuuee of hk former classmate tIle Itev Daniel A Buckley pastor of St Raphaels church fathers OConnor and Buekley were eUwisrostes years goat Sty Thom 8 Seminary Ijsrds town NNMTIWRi- fri Isabella Colteman succumbed to the InflrmitiwR of obiage at8ta earlyCiiriettniby one duiuglkte1 Sft Mitts one of th5e unreel at the hOIpltlSTheJ I die oeatod was boni In Marlon eoiintyr elfhlyone year- 1 ago After the death of her husband twfjlve yean ego MrColeman earn to Louikrllla and made fier horns with the Sisters of Charity The remains triTe taken 15 0 Wza keth for in mnt t W C CUNNINGHAM H A hICKSS WILLARD HOTEL KENTUCKY HOTEL COMPANYSIncorporated Special attention given to traveling men I t Best in the city for the money Have your mail addreEsed in our care First class sample room- sAMERICAN PLAN RATES JZ 00 and JZSO With Bath BERT HICKS Manager Center and Jefferson Sis Opp Court IGhas ft ROllOK PRAYER BOOKS AND To suit every taste GI lvail and Inspect our Ii goods They are the their kind In the city SS Books Magazines and Rellgl ft Or JCVJCRT UEBCRII 434 West Jefferso WANTo Rent or Grain and Si ADDR waI626 Baxter AuI HENRY SEAL Slapis and rancr A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE IN CONNECTION 4Old WkliklM Sredalty IfeMtteie H640W WALMthn If 4 f VISITS OLD HOME I 1geiricinnatlyille and Vice President of Mselrtu Council will return to Ida dlii5i toi day Mr 8tHd fhneay flme tULouisville ateek to spend Ilie a Clirliitmas haHdays wjth hi fpurenta Xr apcl MrL5 Thomas Shaughnwoy of 408 North Twentyeighty streets During the pt twO years ne ha ID been holding R refponible positirnS1in the mechanical department of the Baltimore A Ohio 4Uroad During bla dlftheCmet many ole frIend who jY5 him a warn welcome Ikone tnr rJ r q1r0- fi J uc lJ DJII 2 3 0 aCf I 1 lie p KENTUOKY XRI8HA1dERxcAN mmmm tntnnnnnnnnmnt MONUMENTSJi iIni CLASS MONUMENTS at exceediiingly low prices Call and I r 1- yMULDOON MONUMENT CO 318320 WET GREEN STREET J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 V TRACY TRAUBRS FUNERALd AND EMBALMERS j1 l1li j onSort 1531 W MARKET STR- EETreMotwHN i sNN Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for AU Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETee TELEPHONE 810 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS z AND EMBALMERS S3S East MalrL Streeti tt + + + t + It D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLlOTT 0 DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET 4H MM + + A + i + l A 1 A l + ttt t t t t i t H MAS KEENAN Director and Embalmer ELEPHONE 365- lolly attended to day or night lurnltlied for all ottuio- naMARKET ST of All Undertakers ONES SMITH 3MBALMBR bresslng Ladles and a Specialty HONE 1077 PLANTS Roses trope Etc y Work a specialty IASONABLE PRICES COB SCHXJLZ THE FLORISTI r 550 3 FOURTH AYE Both Phe 8223- PRIVATE HOSPITAL 1 rd Ptd THE CARE OF INSANE AND fPJLIifTIC PATE iETli JetiacaocidlleIndtor the care IU trMtmtnt ot Icwn wd eirftepdc pAttoot Both maItudfWaIef MttoBt are Admitted Rates very n fonabl For furtlwr pwdentari apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA naRCY Mti i1tA6hsl i p MODERN METHODSI with all the newest and best materials and methods My prices are moderate and my work of the highest class i DR HENDRICKS DENTISTI 436 West Market Street CB THOMPSON FLORISTRosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both TcIephoBca 1080 All orders receive prompt attaptioa and satisfaction guaranteed Piano Drum Music For pRnces Parties and Receptions furnished 6y WMJiKILKELLV1653PrenticStr LI 9 n Comb Phone Sotitb 238ZV CentralC l Furniture Co F Incorporated N w Copper inllJllOC We Parniib to HOOK CompUU 00- w1 Bay eta CIAUIuvRm oqt Jd I Z Zt YOU G MEN Have ruled High Places During the Nations History While boys who are attending schools and colleges arc enjoying their Christmas vacation it might be well for them to look ahead and consider what their life work is to- bes The history of the United States shows that it Is no uncom mon thing for young men to achieve national lame audio bo entrusted with important public functions It is possible that at the present time the average age of local or municipal officers is less than formerly but it is a fact that the high offices of the States and the nation have from the first often been held by young men Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence when he was only thirtythree years old and entered the Virginia Legislature when he Was twenty six Alexander Hamilton was only twentyfive when lie entered Congress and became a member of Washingtons Cabinet at thirtytwo James Madison who later became President was a Congressman at twentynine John JJnndolph at twentysix and John Qulncy Adams was only twentyseven years old when appointed Minister to the Netherlands George Washington was appointed Adjutant General of the Virginia troops when only nineteen years old At twentyfour lie received the chiefcommand of the Virginia forces and was only fortythree when he assumed command of the American army at Cambridge Daniel Webster entered Congress at the ago of thirtyone Henry Clay was appointed United States Senator at twentynine or before he ageHonational House of Representatives at thirtyfour John C Calhoun Legislature twentynine and at thirtyfive was appointed Secretary of War an of flee lie held for seven years Andrew Jackson was only fourteen years old when he carried a flint lock muslcet in the Revolutionary war and at twentythree was ap pointed United States District At torney for Tennessee At thirty he was United States Senator but did not become President of time nation until he was sixtytwo years old RECENT DEATIIS Mrs Mary Baum a respected matron of the East End died at the family residence 850 Vine street on Monday morning She had been ill a long timeand death WOK not un expected She is survived by the following children Edward Peter Henry and Fred Baum and Mrs Anna Schwaniger nnd Mrs Theresa Willlnghurst The funeral took place from Holy Trinity church on Wednesday morning Time large at tendance showed the esteem in which she was held After suffering four months from a complication of diseases Mrs Catherine Putz aged fiftyfour years died at her home 2514 St Cecilia street on Tuesday morning The following children survive Mesdames iVilliam Blake Andrew Bruder Edward Zicklo and Miss Mamie John and George Puts The funeral which Was largely attended took place from St Cecilias church on Wednesday morning WEDDED AT FRAXKFOIIT Miss Lilian Frances Rogers and Raymond J Weindel were united in marriage in the rectory of the Church of the Good Shepherd Frankfort on Sunday afternoon The attendants were Mrs J 11 New man a ulster of the bride Miss Elizabeth Lijtkemcier J F Dolnii and Culbert Weirifiel Time ceremony was performed by the Rev Father Thomas Major After the ceremony a dinner was tendered the bridal party at Mrs Newmans home Mrs Weindeliis a native of Georgia but has been spending several months With her sister In Frankfort Mr Weindel is engaged in business in Covlngton lie has taken Ills brMc to that city to reside NEGRO STABBED PRIEST An unknown negro cut tile Rev Father Edward Weisnler across the hand at Lexington on Christmas morning Father Weisnier is as sistant pastor of St Pauls church doorsfornegrodrunkTime priest undertook to eject the negro who grew surly and stabbed WelsnlersInjurygerous character PARTS AUXILIARY socialfunctionsjivem by the Ladies Auxiliary A O 1lisaTeresawho spent the holidays with her mother The Paris Auxiliary Js a- very enthusiasticl body and among its members are a number of sperm AuxUatY cellent programmedr u rnnwij VISITS PARENTS regolreaXavlerd CathedralL at1 Viiicerine 14ewAlbahyi ferketiiregtSAIXX f6 AB8HNT There ta not oiaesaloon in tie TsnderloluFthat tection or the dty temps to slow titan sigh IJ RicnoAXu d n 0 One cup bolted flee four tajilI poonfuU rocr oaebU tOMpoontul I ettpfnl1 a soft batter Prr lit hot s1tWh i b 1 SELIRENQUNCEMENT- Teaoh me O God gladly to lack the things That men most seek and crave as wealth and fame And crowds wife and acclaim children and the 1 Andall mosllfandlYI I That I may find the course whence pure joys springs And make Thy love of all my life sole aim With not a thought or wish to thwart Thy claim To my poor heart which to Theo nothing brings Who loves his life shall suffer loss ofitiWho hates his life shall know the life divine This Is the truth we read in Holy Writ This Is the bread the water and the wine Of those who at Christs blessed table sltrThey taste and ask of Him no other sign- Archbishop J Lancaster Spald ing CENTRAL CROSS Cardinal Mannings Tri bute to the Lamb of God Thu late Cardinal Manning was poetic iii his prose His every utterance showed mature thought Li one of his writings he said In a place of Jystlce at Rome they take you sometimes into a chamber witli strangely painted frescoes on the ceilings and around the walls and upon the floor in all kinds of grotesque forms You can not reduce them to harmony you can not make out the perspective it is aUa be wildering maze of confusion But there Is one spot upon the floor of that room and one only standing upon which every line falls Into har mony the perspective Is perfect the picture flashes out upon you instinct with meaning in every line and panel You can see at that point and at that only the design of the artist that painted It I bejieve that this world is Just as bewildering a maze looked at from every point except one I look back upon the records of history I look upon the speculations of science Ir endeavor to gaze Into the future of the worlds career wherever 1 turn I am opposed by the that hem main and crush mysterlelI I until I take my stand at the foot the cross Then darkness and ofII cord become lightened harmony the I mystery is solved the night that shuts me In becomes radiant with jI the divine light and glory At foot of the cross art science theII1 ture history become at once to me a divine a glorious blessing And so I j claim for my Lord his rightful dominion over all the works of his hands We will gather all the beau ties of art all the treasures of music all that is brightest and best in the world and we will lay them down at his feet for Worthy of the Lamb that was slain to receive might and majesty wisdom and riches and honor and glory His Is the sceptre his is the right his this universal world Till TRUE MAN The true man Is a valuable mem ber of society Ho will make his influence felt good in any place with which he may 19 connected He is one who keeps his promise No bond is necessary from him his word Is sufficient He will be a friend under all circumstances He will endeavor to aid in all things de personalInterestin need He will counsel assist and endeavor to advance his welfare There is no mere profession or hypocrisy in his composition He is true to every principle of noble manhood You know just where to put him WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES Ever so often the query conies for a list of wedding celebrations 3t Is reprinted for the benefit of time many who ask It FIrst yearCotton yearPaperThird r yearWoodenSeventh Tenth yearTin- Twelfth year Silk and fine linen Fifteenth yearCrystal Twentieth year China yearSilverThirtieth Fortieth yearRuby Fiftieth yearOoldem- Seventyfifth year Diamond ilEASURE WITHOUT SOAIES The following table will be found convenient when you are without scalesOne fluid ounce contains two table spoonfuls One dram or sixty drops makes a teaspoonful One rounded tablespoonful of granulated sugar or two of flout weigh one ounce One liquid gill equals tofu fluid ouncesOne fluid ounce oaequarter of a gill drarafA large as q small egg weighs two ounces Nine large or Twelve Imallers weigh one pound with the sheik off One levell teaeupfulof butter or Kraattiatedl sugar weighs half a pound One quart Sifted tour wall h pounditI leti belds about dnHsalf pint Uf your cups liquid oaequart ItuglE PA0vxRn4 A rush is bothered nntita is mr tabbJl1erederitJrelrA 1 I tihbW1ll God never shnt one door but that He bpeap two w aW n j n The silent mouth Is melodious I ofinffa r wafe hanged d 1yk WARD CHICKEN Make Home Pleasant Or They Will Soon Avoid It Ileeptbe children In the house these long evenings In the large cities and towns there are a thousand temptations thrown out to lure the young If you would have your sons learn all the manner of evil and become corrupt allow them to roam the streets after dark It is a certain road to ruin Under cover ofexithear everything bad Immoraland vulgarThe street at night Is the school where the young are educated to be nlgbtwalkersnndthieves and make the pleasures of homes so attractive that they will seek no other Gather them around the family table give them books mag azines weekly papers pictures music properusegain knowledge and refinement with pleasure but they will nacre not alone ns a guard but as the best and surest guard against temptation to enjoymentMany of turnIngrather than providingmagazines andI papers and other amusementsManythere is a want of care at home but simply because home is not a pleas ant place nRf10wersneed homeiscold nnd harsh and some one is al ways scolding they will spend as many hours as possible elsewhere Try and make homo happy and yoU will save the children from the corrupt Influence of street companion ship and time temptations which lurk in the dark streets FIVE SWEET WORDS Five of the sweetest words in the English language begin with the letter H which is only a breath The words are heart hope home happi ness and heaven Heart is a home henrtlJlaccHopelook forward to our only real homo which Is beyond the grave Happi dutyItheIwhichigoollllcart reI holyIand true happiness in heaven Young readers link these five words to gether always strive to practice what they teach and life will be full of flowers and blossoms instead of weeds and thorns LEARN TQ STAND WELL Women who wish to preserve the slimness and contour of their fig ures must begin by learning to stand well This is explained to upwardofthe back and the shoulder blades held in their proper places and the definite curving in of the small of the back thus throwing the whole weight of the body on the hips This in a great measure preserves the figure because it keeps the muscles preventsthethe overthirtyI isaas withthefls slouchi1gmaht1or timeheartTIlE GIRL A MAN MARRIES Much time before marriage Is wasted by girls in studying and copying latest fashions In dress1 in ofamusement bythematrimony She could don an apron willingmothers kitchen and there learn tllltbelongmanngenlentLongpasthelplesstimefashionwhowillwillmake himinHE WAS RIGHT While reading out of a history to her class of small pupils n teacher came across the term Tight to time Litter elidandafter explaining its meaning fo them told them to each wordsToshefound boylutllyesterday shegotl STBPPINO WESTWARD Detv entl oarewheretheytepplngnItItwarIi byamUHDMntbcoqlldirrtiouby lowing plenty of occupation tQJaU itrntletItehopaingendoeiueto tbsatauthotihGOLD IN THE BABT r Last year the Eastern States from IOldj1VortJa FRANK FERN JNOORPOHATED BREWING CO I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENN ACKERMANB- REVING COMPANYINqORPORjVTKD LOUXSVXLLrE KY FALLS CITY BREWINGee INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Arc Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Homo 76717672 Cumb Wut 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light Cumb Phone West 191mTHE WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN B FRANK WALTERS9 Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCO It 1NCORPOR- ATIIDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY FOR Furniture Of 111 Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to Y WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST c PETER M ANDRIOT SONS a WAGON MANUFAGTURERS Carriage BipakHii i art luktaTIres 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET MONON E ROUTE BElwiJtN LOUISVILLE i DD CHICAGO DE9LINE T0 French ticklid West Boded SprlU- NIONfSTATJON l L ISVILT1L DEA STATIONCHICAGO e- Rag i aaiI mer Can Pitaa rslq tj 11 g H BACON O p A N W Cor Foerth Ste1h J aloe your boys an education that will pre pare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway LoulsvlU iKy a ScleutlficandIuaineoaCoursesPreparalory De EquippedGymnasium All new Fall and Early Winter styles and Shapes can be found here at reason able prices HENRYAA J PULS DYER AND GLEANER Ladies and Gents 1 Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone 3635 528 Fifth Street WINES LIQUORS Class VALS SALOONVAL LXTKR Pxop Hot Lunch every morning from 936 to 1230 oclock sa VKT ORKjEjr T K HERRMANN BROS zuroRTERarlJPIKB WINES AND LIQUORS J 11 XtetUbn lWbolMate I air sea Ita PfatMt Brand M KM t Whiskies eilpeafafyr Pccsrlof NelsonII I BOTTLED IN BOND TtlaflwH fMl to SIXTH STRUT r r r 1 IJ7 1 TcTTrLr tJ n r tI II I rfj IJ- I tI n KENTUOKVt IRISH AMERIOAN 1 1 6 JEWELRYOur every opportunity for the selection of I RICH AND DAINTY GIFTS e+ everything usually carried in a Here you will find firstclass Jewelry Store except high prices Purchase here and you will save money I II BRUNN New Location 303 We I MUSIC IN THE HOME Is at all timeSessential and there Is no time when It is ap predated more than In the summer A FAJRfeANDOEOIBIAN PIANO 1 Will supply this music If there is no one in the family that AU has to do to enjoy their favorite selection marksisare stamped on the roll showing anyone just exalltly secure the proper expression Come in and permit us to show you more about the FarrandC- ecllianMONTENEGRORIEHM T 1 MUSIC CO Incorporated 088030 FOURTH AVENUB rf Wind Up the Old Year And start the new by using Mulloys Teas and Coffees Youll find them year in and year out the nevervarylng standard of excellence Try his SPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR SOC Green Black or Mixed Teas an excellent grade 1 pound f- orMULLOY 45c ROASTER Lilts XV JVIARKIBT STREET 450 PER TON Never Mind the Weather Just Use RIDGE and forget It SCANLON COAL CO Ir1oorpora1e Phones 405 G T RIDER General Manager HOME PHONE 5687 COMB Main 2712a I HENRYDt 1 FLORIST j1 iiPlant Designs and Cut IeiCharles GREENHOUSES and Texas Sts + N4N N N N N t Jefferson COFFEE FOX Flowers 4thSTSOtJJ OIUTJIIii 556 OIr701- 1NNiNN S M N NN tt N b 0d NNNNNN NOtIM10 NN OA N N i i iii iBookkeeping Penmanship Shorthand Typewriting and kindred t subjects taught Day and Night Sessions Students may enroll at anytime Our system has superior advantages We iexperienced teachers and the nlceUt quarters ot any of tiithObo schools in Louisville Call to see us if possible SECOND AND BRECKINRIDQE LOUISVILLE KY i1 NN 1n N iN11N0011 1DONTWORRY GEHER SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET SltIITJUC CELEBRATED NORTH STAR REFRIGERATOR The Only Refrigerator with Cork InsulatloDv The QUICK MEAL 6AS RANGE Cpmblnft hot a few but all Features ol practical value that are considered Ir Bred desirable in a Gas Range The QUICK MEAL has NO EQUAL Jit ranks high in the estimation of th public ABOUT YOUR PLASTERING FALLING OFF == Have It Repaired With DIAMOND WAl L PLASTER 0An4 It Will Not Happen Again utt KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COI INOORPOKATBD arkelItlvar BetkPk 3H7 LatilllerKy- u c t1 X SJDtlIl TY nm ENtBCK IIRISFIAMEkJCANT- o T the Old FoljcR in Ireland This Year ell TUm All Alwirt t Of Hiilt Coaing t iJjiIt IA HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Deirl I the Past WeekOefltral- Newa Notes Irhe membership of Division 2 o Manchester N 11 is tOW over the 200 mark Division 4 will install its officers un January 10 and the members wll make itthe occasion for a great gntherlng At the last meeting of Division 1- ot Ma JS tcsterD 11 twelve nlinill dates Brcndinltteii anti four nppli uationH received Every member of the order cnn and should secure one candidate be fore St Patricks tiny Thats the Work that counts With Kentucky Hibernians loynllj supporting State county and divis ion officers n prosperous year for 1010 may be looked for The proper observance of St 1nt ricks cloy will now Ciifrnge the nt tention of the County Hoard Tin feast of Erins patron saint falls on Imirsday The Ancient Order in Louisville has had n successful year and there Is every reason to predict thotlt- will increase nnd grow stronger dUr Ing the year 1010 Division 1 meets Tuesday night nnd will be the first to install officers for 11101he Liteinry Committee hns arranged nn appropriate pro gramme and n pleasant evening iif assured members and visitors All Hibernians will be welcome Members of Division 1 of Grand Kaplds Mich have done yconinn work in aid of the Irish 1arlhv mcnfary fund At the Kitest meeting several members contributes ns much as 100 ench e but nil gave something Wednesday evening the Ladies Auxiliary will Install officers for tin coming year The Louisville Aux- Iliary is surpassed by none In the country nnd it is the hope of the Indies to make n record this yen that will double their membership Division 1 of Memphis Tenn has elected the following officer for the enusing year J 1 Wnlsh President John V Sullivan Vice President t A Devlne llecordlnp Secretary Dennis Lyons Flnnncln Secretary Doyle Treasurer P T ONeill SergeantatArms Thomas A Boyle Sentinel Division 3 will hold a great meeting Thursday night to start the neW year und install officers This divls ton never had a more prosperous year than the one just Closed hut with oficers like 1T Sullivan Join Uesslon and Dan Dougherty this win to be expected The members die ivell to reelect them Friday night will be a busy one for Division 2 Quite an ttmount of bus ness has accumulated during tin holidays nnd In addition there aril be the Installation of officers and n social hour An invitation is extend ed to nIL members to vfslt Dlvlsion 12 ot First nnd Market streets Toni Kenney and Joe Lynch will both have gratifying reports to rend ASSUME DUTIES New County Officials and Their Deputies Begin Today All the newly elected county ofli elals and the Circuit Judges nv assiUuc their duties today Tailei John It Iflan has announced partial IIHtof his subordinates Eugene Itlnndford who was for mcrly chief deputy anw bookkeppei for Mr rlan at the jaii retuntn iin the spate capacity Others thus fm named by 3Vlr Iflaiiis are Pete CusiicH Louis Beyers Thomas lien nett and Henry parr The remain- Ing deputies and janitors at tin Court House will be named Oil MondaySheriff Al M Kmler also assumes office today Ho has picked n set able deputies Most tit them are experienced in the work Robert C Kqltenbncher for twelve years p deputy in the Circuit Clerks office willbe the chief deputy Other del ales who nro popular with titmasses are Dennis Heffernaii Val lust Joseph L Liidwlg John Jr Cronan the electrician former Councjlman Itlchnrd C iicnnctt fatal Adam Spalin the retiring Magistrate front the Hrst Second u and Third wards VICTIM OF PAliAlATSIS Mfrs Mary lil Marra an old and sectcil matroji of JeffersOnvlHp lied at her home 432 East Court ivenuet on Jfonday morning Death tame as the result of a third stroke of parnlysis rill first stroke was offered over a year ago and since lien Mrs Marra had been patiently Waiting the end The deceased vas born Jri TIpperary Ireland ilxtyslx years ago but lead lived in effersonvllle many years She is lurvlved by the lfollowing children all well known residents of Jeffer bnyllle T l nJaqlesi Daniel and fhonjas ifarrn and llfiS Mantle ifurrsi The funeral took place from St Augustines cmrch Wednes laj morning and was one ofo the arges of the year r 1EI51OXT CLUB KNTBRTATINS In accordance withI Its annual C- HItpmthe Delmbnt Cillib aril keep pen house frt infinbers anti heir founds frpra until 6 ecleck hlH sf tenioon Thej Nbiioat always JJfyvjtit bountifully pn NYearsa- yei1 anti PrpkJeutJ A16rt L Nan i letermtnad that ttodaljatfal WU Hillue all MkorL- GitTlllCR I AT QNK BOARD A fumnyreuBion pf more tJtAI- nrcJmMr3 interest waihat which Gironght together on Christina day Tr AI1dMr W T Tarrar and sons Otorparia John of Khoxritle Tfln Mr and Ales T WyJnkin i ad fondly of Rlney Ky Charles rely rof reltaa Philip Clifton Mrs Charted Davie aadStmyt of LonUville and ftjl H l atm and son of LoatcvfUe TIttI brotltm took pee at the i SOCIETY DIRECTORY A Q EX DIVISION Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Keenan Sr Vice IresideatrMarkRyan Ithordli Seer t fyTho Lawler Financial SecretaryThos Dolan Treasurer Charles J Finegan SergeantatArmsAndrew Curran SentinelLouis RollerII DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday 1Red Mens Hall First and Market President Con J Ford Vice President D D McKenna Recording Secretary T J Stone FlnanclalSecretary nol Keaney TreasurerJoseph T Lynch Sergeant atArmsJol1DT Brown Sentinel William ahh- DIVISION 3 Meets Flrstaml Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeenth and Main Streets PresidentPatrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thos Stevens Financial Secretary J G Uesslon TreasurerDaniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon SergeantatArms Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Mall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy LynchlMt Donogh 1212 Sixth street Recording Secretary Jno J Winn TreasurerHarry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott SergeantatArms John Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days at Pfaus Hall County President John Kennedy President Louis Constantine Vice PresidentRobert Gleason Recording SecretaryThos OHern Financial SecretaryJohn G Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Standing Committee Redmond Stanton Martin Fogarty and John Kennedy y 11 Y MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street President Louis J Kieffer First Vice PresidentThosDClines vLRobertsonRecording SecretaryRobert Os borne Corresponding SecretaryWilliam- F Burke Financial Secretary Frank G AdamsTreasurerDaniel W Weber Marshal Adolphus Andrlott Inside Sentinel J C F Bartsch Outside Sentlnnl Villlam D An driott ltotLike Certain Doctors 1 Dr J L Dionln of St Johnsbnrj Vt writes Feb2019ni I mnct ascertaindoctor are naonlsUa to proprietary rnodlolnei whenl know their Tataa As to Pastor Koenigs Nerve Tonic I hUG tested Its quality a long time ago and hue often prescribed the same for persons who applied tor it repeatedly afterwards Hopevllle W Va Sept 6 1907 As farmer being often exposed to the rain I was frequently troubled with Rheumatism and my stomach was also afflicted The doctors diagnosis of my case was indigestion Last fall I was troubled frequently A pain beginning in my right side would move towards my stomach and would become so violent that I suffered e s much as a human being could endure for hours at a time I then began to take Pastor Kocnlgs Nerve Tonic and after having taken the fiutl- poonfoll topped Then I took the reetof the bottleand the pain baa never returned FRANK Iltaetr FREE A Valuablo Book on Nor VOUS Dlseasos and a Bareple bottle to any address Poor pa tients also get the mcdlcla Ire Prepared by the REv 1 ATPEH KOINIO ot iOn Wayne Ind since 1876 and now by the KOENIQ MED CO Chicago III 100 Lake Street Sold by Druggistst SI per BottU 6 for Large Slit 17618 Bottle for S9 home of 3lr and Mrs Harry Ksterlo i200 Frankfort avenue After a tipuntiful dinner fathers mothers lijldren uncles and aunts spent the evening iii reminiscences of old times CAItD OF TllANJS Prom Little Sisters of the Poor to Their Benefactors We take this occasion to offer our most filncere thanks to nil those who by thick various contributions during the past year have so kindly and generously enabled tis to take care of and proiect the many aged and Infirm peoplp under 6ur enargc Silt to inakq the evening of their 1IveSasIPPJand comfortable as possible JVe wish to add a special word of thanks to all those who have so generously remembered us at Christmas Your kindnes iIs ever duly air preciated by the old people and for publIelit all a ilmppy anti prosperous flew year if Little Sisters of tie Poor tMASONIC THiSATER 1ill1a threflact terse than had the di tju t6ii of running all sum mar at Dalya lireater in New YorK Cityfconje to jtlie 2a8Oni Theater for three night Wginniiir aiond y iwl wltli a iiWimei Oa AyeiTjifiday Jti iVrtil e presented bYthe orjjrinn1 lD t poIJt tan seat one of the best that will be seen here this year IP 1MAOAuI4r TJrlaATBItv Cblmn and lUrrle minstrel with the inimitable George P vane 1n4 the iamou 100 honey boys will b the Attraction at MsosuleysTheater the firth bait o next week with amat- hiec on Wednesday Duriulg the lathkif WclMTd Carle will present ryts Lamb a oonaedy that made E hare lam season c IRELAND 1 i Record of the float Important et the Recent Events Culled Prom Exchanges A new branch of the United IrisLeague has been formed at Gallon County Louth Shgo Harbor Commissioners hay reelected Col Ji P Campbell nil Chairman of the board Peter McCabe has been reelectct resident of the llaferagh branch of the United Irish League j John Toole n farmer of tho Oughterard district County Galway Wns killed by a passing train The people of the parish 6C Culfoddn have presented Itev Fathei McKeou with a horse and car Tolin Shannon of Klngscourt car rued away nearly all the prizes at the midwinter show of vegetable inDublinEdward Doyle a fisherman If WIcklow was drowned In Arklov Buy lie was the sole support of a widowed mother Dundalk has n skating rink 50 bj 135 feet It is fitted out in admit able style and equipped with tin latest improved skates The Very llev Canon Donnellan of Lordship was thrown from his trap when his horse fell Fortunate he escaped without serious injury Very Key Canon Coyne has beet elected by unanimous vote CommlS stoner of Education for 1010 Car diiial Logue presided at the meeting Hugh llarron a respected farmei of County Louth died recently ot his hone in Wallerstown He fs survived bv three sons and a daugh tcr Mr Lardner will be the Nationalist candidate to succeed himself from North Monaghan Ho will be op posed by Mr Jackson a Unionise harrilterIThe llev Father Italian tins beer transferred from Tralce to Holier bee All his parishioners escorted him to the railway on the occasion of his departure Carrleknmcross will be represent ed at the United Irish League con vention by Michael Daley J K Martin James Devlne P Uryne J P OToole anti Thomas Word Edward OSulllvan ins been elect ed clerk to the Tullmv Town Commissioners to succeed John Mackey resigned Mri OSulIivan was for merly a member of the Council Flames of unknown origin le stroyed the tobacco factory owned and operated by P J Carroll K Co In Dnndalk The fire entailed in monetary loss of a50000 and threw 200 employes out of work The copper and lend mines fn Ilarrystown County AVexfortl has heen reopened with twentyfivi hands It Is expected that severn hundred men will be employed tin tile mines within two months The Crossmaglen brunch of the United Irish League has elected the following delegates to the coming convention Owen Larken Pete Gartey James Morgan II McXnmee Owen Garrngher and M McCoy t During the past ten days dlvislona conventions were held for the selec tlon of Parliamentary candidate for North Monaghaii South Down North Louth West Cavan South Monaghan South Louth and Eas Crtvan While making excavations for iIi tower in Thoinohd Gate Limerick workmen unearthed a sword of verj old pattern Several very old coins were also found one of them lion the date of 014 the year the city Was founded by the Domes Uejolclng and thanksgiving marked the celebration in the Con C1ayefJosephine Galvin After the mss an appropriate sermon was delivered JogurtyBishop BOWERY WAIFS At Christmas Dinner But i Missed LlttSeTim Sullivan Some wise ninn lana said The good htu men do lives after tliemIuu reins to have been the case with Little Tim Sullivan the New York Mdennnn arid lowery lender For mny years he Lad given a dinner to houHundH of his poor constituents on the flowery After the dinner iach tuna pot a pipe tobacco and ni order for n pair ot shoes A few days before Christmas 009 Little Tim was On his tlcnt- hbedIfe called his friend and cousin Big Tim to him and saltlIt I now I nm not going to 1e nt the inner und so you have got to show there Wont you go for me Tint Big Tim promised and lie went Fie thousand poor anti hungry men got their usual Chrlsiniafe dinner and gifts To satisfy tIlE multitude it took 10000 pounds of turkey 500 paves of bread 200 gallons of cot fee 5000 pies and 100 kegs of beer to say nothing of the other trimmings Tet It was not n merry dinner The poortmd hungry men who ate it incl the politicians and officeholders iho served it could not suppress heir regrets that Little Tiin was lot there OATHOWO ilOWlJNO LEAGUE The bowlers af Covingtpnt have a league which they call Fraternal ague From the names of time TH Ipiif teams it would appear U lit- wall In reality a Catholic JeitgiHs The slims in time league are known aft- the AH Coilegianaeathalfe Athletic Jlub Holy Crert Ap llr C 11i B i K tt- J01 1 b Hp Hpifallegiadsare ahead wltH thiriyont ijBtprie u llpnly two d fast to- heirt11 credit s o OAIT SAVAOB BISTTKR 0i b- tyapL CorarNua atage Ctba Rio Engine COI1 pan who was bruised- nd cut whnttrell collided with Fourth avume car isI improving and expect X report for duty soon Br Is confli d to his home at Twea ysixth aofi Cb9tont street N for Your Furniture wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are largest my prices low est andmy terms the best JAMES GREENE 425 427 and 429 East Market Street tBE SURE TO CALL FOR JMcKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H fCKenn afKyp r y y yyy t r trxrx SA r fy BSZjW2i s te2S5 3ffszs zz z 4 fr N N N A NNN N N N NNNMN WEWANT YOUR WORK Were Prepared to Do It PromptlyI I and in FirstClass Style PRINTINGBill Heads Letter Heads IICardsCirculars Dodgers Etc and Wedding Invitations i a Specialty HOME PHONE 946 i t KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 0x13 VI3 e T GTCBBJV t9i1Zt gCi N N NN a O NNN NN N N STOP HERE FOR A FRIED OYSTER CHRIST GROTE Finest Wines Liquors Cigars and Tobaccoc 8FINEST BOWLING ALLEYS IN THE SOUTH8 Handsome Prizes for High Scores 416 W JEFFERSON STREET DR J T CHAW Veterinary Infirmary and J Horse Shoeing Forge J SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SliD Horses Called For and Delivered i 1 Both Phones 2399 OFFICE AND FORGE 713715 SEVEN M J BANNON P BANNON JR H M Pres Mgr Vice Pres Truss S- eipI PF1 BannDnSeWGr PP- Salt Pipip Glazed Sewer and Culvert Pipe BanaoHs Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Condo T Wall Coh1i Drain Tile Vitrified Street Fire Proofing Flue Pipe Flue Lining Fire BricK Grate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified SI OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON- C TBLBP1ONBS73 WORKS I3th and Lexington andMagnolia Ave Bet T8LEPHONB 2833 AIsAAA A VAtAOOA tr II FALLS CITY MEAT MARK 35SSEOONDSTREETJ F SULLIVAN Manager HBADQUAR JERS x pxeu Dressed Powlty and Game of All Kinds in Season t n Tow C M alfryi find thebest the market affords in Choice CutAof Beef Spri fLaatb Porkaad Cured Meat of of kinds Also the Best and Purest Lara i13Ujsty Iffe also carry Barly Frnlta and Vegetables andall fir tcl M markftt prodfwta I LttflSYILLE PACKING COMPANYS MIATS WILT a n +u 7IfiK WDCKB trt7YAlltLstilih Uf TI JT Jrn Ar stpc U 1 IlJl84 Wsst4rsirt Sn n =I r