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IiI I I BOILING tis Is the Political Pot in Great Britain and IroJaUlShThis Week On Eve of Battle Both Skies Are Arming For the Fray Glance Backward Shows the for Uncertainty of Electionsrou in Englandofall 4v CHAMBERLAIN IS JUMPED UPON From London comes the word that the fight to a finish between tliowa waPeersdepBritainand at party headquarters througn the otis England the great preliminary preopratIonsof the polls ore being strenuously of i the1ndeoflOme from the Cabinet Ministers pletotherhetorician and Omembersexpounding their views on theofvarious questions of the hour On every hand are signs of the forthcoming Preelection and meanwhile from the headquarters of the many party organizations at Westminster wa forth thousands of Ordposters0 culars to work their Influence on the mind of the elector on whose vote the future of the country de pendsJaThe first returns to the Par ralianientDaWednesdayfew constituencies including London weandaddwillfralugelection jouJanuaryand issue of writs If the writs arcTh giveninL vuelectionsinTanunryJanuary 12 First available day for borough pollings January 14 First available day for county pollings Members of both political parties In1 have been busy forming estimates of I the result of the election In many 1 1case those estimates are the result of guesses or opinions formed on I instinct or intuition They may be ititright for previous to an election there is often a curious certitude of are I victory conveyed to one party in 1 spite of their doubts and an equally curIous doubt is borne in upon those wiio are otherwise outwardly hope LeAp nuK A true result can however only cil Tj Ie gained with certainty by a careful r i tudy of all the factors which con t rol an election and In this en eavor to project ourselves into the fmture it is necessary to know ai c early what l1happened in the pifSt the In 1832 the Liberal majority was be 305 three years later it fell to 108 fortyAttcon rvntJvejj returned to power with a majority of seventynine In ro 18i the Liberals returned with a majority of two anrt in 1852 the tor Conservatives had Almost as small a the majority namely eight In 1857 the Liberal t ere back again with of1 ninetytwo and In 1859 with forty In 1865 yritli sixty in 186S with 1- 00rtlle pa Conservatives after a period of eleven years returning with fifty 4two majority withit 170 to be ousted by the Unionists in I860 with 118 J In 1892 the Liberals had forty inaqr1ty the l1nl nlsts returning In t int1900 by a Unionist majority of 134 After a gap ftf eleven years the J Liberals were i returned with 336thmajority The sentence Shall the Lords Rule the People displayed in imla Su mense letters inl the Albert Hall atsiJir AsqulthH meutlng last week rep resents the vital ueston put to the country by the L berals tue answer j to which will be given at the forthJucoming general i election which i promises to be oAe of the most dastrentoiismaInlypfr House of Lords hi rejecting the 8 budget and declared that their Veto must be abolished Ho spoke in that guarded fashion which is so charger teristlc of him but was explicit In- declaring that the only solution of f fO1mlinpurelyIrishsupremacy of the Imperial Parjla tstepsltispartyview to caJr ingthatpo1ie1 into effect however he was eloquently 1 i 111 nt tIP cry of fraud against the allegedk bmibeiajn1fr1 tiUwi1bei protagpDitt In the fight for Jartff i reform which U the obIefilMnk to he Unionist platform and as one of 1 the London Llbejnl papers Bays Bnlfours chief Met iuthecam I lJ pain Mr Cfcamb rUin a was i stricken with paralysis several y1nago and alnoe has notobeen able to It appear in Parliament l The Liberal now assert that he l clther able to appear in Parliament or else that the letters on the coming election arc the product of anothers brain IRISH SPIRIT own When Division 1A- o H Installed It OfficersV J An unexpectedly large attendance greeted the officers of Division I- AO II nt the meeting on Tuesday night It was the first meeting of Division 1 in 1910 and the attends auce and spirit shown augurs well the new year President Thomas 1 Keenan dispatched the necessary tine with due celerity Bepofts fiscal officers showed that with bills paid there was a balance pf 600 In the treasury Daniel Lyon was reported well tht 7 leaving none LyI when they considered that 130 had been disbursed in sick and death benefits during the lat quarter County President P J Welsh who thsutized James Barry to install the new officers Mr Barry conducted installation in a solemn and iui a ssive manner Those present tiebyrci it the most impressive iation they ever witnessed After I installation each officer from President Thomas alsh down dged loyal and united support to division and the orderh hEnilent Walsh spoke in flattering terms hi the retiring officers and praised their zeal fidelity and charity State Visidentmade a brief address and said there hisbetter principles than the Ancient er of Hibernians Each member said was interested in the others welfare Others who made brief ad MurpllYIhomas St mes Barry Martin Cuslck Thomas ve rpey William M Higgins and vid OConnell While the speecltThking was in progress the re passed again and again Each of ress breathed a spirit of unitylie1 andcharltyWhen was ad rneu the Literary Committee notl d everybody to wait a minute proddedsuch an abundance that the waithworth while h GREAT BAZAR foc Aid of St Cecilias New D Church Next Thins J Coming The people of St Cecilias parish arranging for a big bazaar to help defray the indebtedness on thoanew church to be held soon afterl1 nt or to be more exact fromol ril 4 to 11 inclusive Mackin CounIhas given the use of its clubthouse for the bazaar and has alsoavolunteered to take charge of av othrThe new church is now under roof d the embelllslunents rapidly tsumingnew Church of St Cecilia will one of the most beautiful in theJ tbadlyt both pastor and parishioners have been indefatigable in their efforts toa completionThe of St Cecilias is jubilant over help afforded him by life flock From now until April 4 the members the parish assisted by Mackin I Council will Wage a vigorous camplgnin support of the bazaaro 1 WORTH NOTING J Lent Comes Early andI Gets Away VerygSoon earlyisrive on February 9 and Easter nday on March 27 Christmas thq I st anti greatest feast of the year ht fall on Sunday WJshlngtons but Memorial day and the Fourth of ly will fall on Mondays Labor day this year wilt be celebrated on Mon yi September 51hanksglvlpgdarjj will fall on November 84 this year Election tiny win fall on November almost a week later than in 1009 HONORED METHODISTS The Denver University a wenI known Methodist institution ot the West has conferred the degree of Doctor of LaXvs Tipon the4BevFather Leoslel11rc1linK this unwonted honor reached Father 0Ryan before Ute last mass pn Christmas day andhe proudly Ohancel10rnenrJgition Of tire men thus hcworeel Frtthfer OJlyan was the onliCtJi 1fe1uM1ic jtezvptlng the d8Kree h- eplied B in peittMy fanhliis that idnes ilt1Jyi iiieat thing Iin the world i NSW BAJRRISTBR It I VAttOrllYIO1J1C Buehnar yeaMrBuehJlrhI has oMcfelIrk of the Orlmlntl JehnonCtrcJiltPserved two years as a member of the Geiral Council His long experience fits him admirably for ths practiceI f law He will Muaoc1a t law rm otONiONa1 Wt r HOLY NAMEfee I Ot Jesus Is Venerated Special Manner This First Monthgi Devotion Only Took Definite Forin in Fourteenth Century Dominicans Started the Crus ade That Led to Big Results LOUISVILLES RETREAT FOR MEN B Each month in the calendar year e church sets aside for some particular purpose or devotion January the first month is thus devoted in se special manner to the holy name Jesus This custom is practiced Prpiousized world Jesus the doctors of the church teach us means the Lord is helpor salvation In our Saviours case it d a preeminent fitness because in lm through the perfect example of Chssalvation of God came to men This na 1mergin by the angel Gabriel and was actually imposed upon our Lord at s circumcision Jesus was his personal as Christ was his offical name In nil ages Christians have spokenbywJth devotion of his holy Paul in his epistle to the PhIlipheplans laid special emphasis whnerationtook a new form and received a tan hie form in the fifteenth century e Franciscan friar St Bernardine Sienna who died in 1440 used to hibIt before the people to whom lai preached a board with the holy name paintedon it In the midst of rays He persuaded a poor man who used to paint cards and who hall been ruined by St BernardinesStReitmons against living in another way by painting the holy name The new devotion was examined prol1lbltedtor at deaplstranthe Holy See A third Franciscan ernartlina de lustls composed anfr approvaltoPopeClement th use in the Franciscan order permis sion to use It was extended by sub sequent Popes to other churchesMnd Innocent XIII yielding rasers of the Emperor Charles VI n November 29 1721 ordered the in throughouttheSundayA fter Epiphany which this year n January 16 a week from tomor chowyearshea remarkable crusade for theNveneration of the holy name ofSesus Now there are branches laieitolyhe large cities of the United States The members abstain from cursingtnd the use ot profane language Tills gives good example to others and as one writer puts it It grows as it rolls like a snowball There is only one branch of the- o ItIstiarishver the cIty that arc members Asa I preparation for the feast of thefuoly Name Father N J Ripple OPwilt begin a three days retreat for the members of the society at StmLouis Bertrands church next Wednesday evening The exact pro rmme of exercises will beyannounced at the opening servicep CENSUS BUREAU Needs Many Enumerators- to Count theoPeople The Department of Commerce andI Labor is making elaborate preparaations for takings census I United States and its colonies during the year 1910 Although the wonh s of enumeration will not begin re 1 April 16 applicanta for places as 3enumeratorsnot later than January 2C AboutI j requiredEachwJlland will be fairly considered for apfJ polntment The enumerators will eArn aboud II 60 a month each Those in rural districts must complet their workC within thirty days and those in cities of 5000 or more population at the preceding census within two weeks frost April 16 1910 Political recoHi endBtlon8 are not iMCMsary The sufterTlsors to whomI application must be made have been instructed to consider all oAndldatee and to select solely on the basis of efficiency Any person between the ages of eighteen and seventy who IJis a citizen of the United States will 1be permitted to taad the exaQiliMk I lion for a place as eBumeratcir Jn Lpuisville all applications must be preiMRtel to Chief Stpervisor Ji Duff i4d n rOi1NT theCD II- A New Orleans paper states= that theoW iron crow cast h the year 1710 ad placed ia the steeple of St Louis CtIIdVA Wsw OTln 1 I aow A iiII J mbercd among tiiitreasured ics in the Louisiana Historical So ty The cross which Is fourteen t high with arms WX feet long i1urling Vicar General of the diocese pre sented the cross to the Historical So ciety after having it polishedI up and ven a new coat of Jpeint It will be an interesting relkbt old time church days in the iifetrdpolls ot Louisiana jC4 TRINITY COUNCIL t Installs New Officers and Is Ready rosYearsNJ WorkS The new officers ofJfrlnUy Coun cil were installed on Monday night with Grand Secretarjf Eugene J Co SQICeliyopened the meeting and presided until the new ndminltratlon took hold Mr Kelly was Complimented by various speakers for his work in bepa yehalfFirticularChcuringclub house The newly installed offleers are esident V K EckCfc First Vice President Dan J Henhessy Second Vice President Prank Bergman lie cording Secretary P T Sandmann Financial Secretary plem Ellert Le Treasurer E E Mueller Inside Sen tin allearles Stober and fche following he Finance Committee A G Schneider C Kirchdorfer Robert DentingorMaJohn L Cnniffe and J L After the installation President of Ecker named the members of his iis committees on arbitration employIinent library press s and dances Afterbrlef remarks the Rev Father 4 J OGrady we e Chaplain and others the mem Co rs adjourned to tlus basement ere refreshments were served t de REORNT DEATHS r Three well known Catholics were dat rest on Monday John Baron Jr aged twentyseven years JrlghlsellurchIeter years was buried from Sacred Meant urch and Martin Connors from Cecilias church Each of the funerals was largely attended Michael McOrath died at the fam ily otresidencenoon on Friday of last week The ceasd was fortyfire years old nUll is survived by hjswvife and twoAmdaughters The funerall took placeIiom St Louis BertraniVs Sunday afternaonj an5Utlie onP ance Indicated the esteem in which TleMiss Mary Slits McOill a lifelong ember of St Johns parish died atAercy Hospital Jeffcrsonville on y JIgood health for seVeral years and Jisand Joseph H McGill The funeral took place from St Johns urch on Thursday 1I1ranl T Patrick for fifty years locomotive engineer on the L and railroad died at his home 633 ofouthg of last week Mr Patrick revtired front the railroad service bytwoaiunjr Hisl funeral took place from thellCathedral on Sunday afternoonH yearshroom 430Tast Main streeton Tues ny The remains were removed to TamesI1urns IouisDertrfhursdarmOrumgourned by a large circle of friends manyears i Cbrotherinlaw2709 West Chestnut street on Wednesday morning The deceased was fiftytwo years old and a native placeIromn Friday Mr OConnells death is mourned by many warm friends PLACE FOR BOYS Bev Brother Pius the big hearted t StLawrence 1 fltreet3 is friends and to the many friends receiveddt i with a r representative fevdaysl c afewt andin1ultrlousturddistrictsc oityoc wUlformlegularhabitsat i FOIMUt FOLICE3rAN DIES tpopulariI died it his home 1121 pumerallf street early on Friday morning 0 fjlJ atI1JackI Ij only odayaOftloer Morin was tIsg1oftramel 1 IIlidI 1II 1r1 one sister Miss Bridget Moran TjM fnneral took place from St William i church last Sunday end wa atten4 Oi lalleIII LTV CHIEF t HAN I Able Fire Fighter XninedHcnd of Most Important City Department ity and County Now Governed by Democrats of Hiffh Ability ew Olliclald Take Capable I Men Into the Respective Oflices UARE QEAL FOR TAXPAYERS Timothy Lclian for twentyfour ars a member of the Louisville re department was appointed its ief on Tuesday and will hereafter be known as Major Lehan HebeIgan at the bottom and for nearly a quarter of a century has worked faithfully for the public good ills appointment by Mayor head is a de served tribute to real merit Major han promises to give Louisville a first class fire fighting force and that know him are assured that rovIllCfCaptassistantl jor Lehnn He has been a member the department for six years and a capable man in every way He a brother of Lieut Jesse Beese n fact Louisville hnd Jefferson county has an entire new deal this neekunty and Circuit Clerks County Assessor and Coroner anti all wIth new but true and tried Democratic putiesfoS Jailer Pfjanx went post as if iti were home With him went his former Chief Deputy Eugerfe Blanford Besides he has as deputies such well known men as Peter Cuslck Dan Thompson Thomas Bennett Louis Byers andSJacob Bothenburger Sheriff Emlcr has with him for his first assistant Robert Kaltenbacher and other deputies like iJennls Heffernan Val Kast Toe Ludwig Charles Schuff John J Cronan Adam Spahn and hers equally as well knownACounty Assessor Edward A Barry named Joseph 13 TimmonS a veteran J the business aa Chief Deputy ong his other assistants are Joe i ynn Kellar Williamson James elaney Edward Brennan Nicholas Sheridan Gus Helcken rand John erney Circuit Clerk Louis Summers retains as his chief assistant John age a capable and expert clerk mong his new appointees are Drii B Steedman 32 J Dalton George Attorneylpreaeted was chosen by the Judges to DeputyCommissioner byCountylllUfc of Joseph WJIIHJ to be Official Indexer Mr Byrnes appointment j re approbationtheJudgesCounty starts out el with John II Shea one of tho best all around accountants in Louis deputiesissehl John J Mackey Miss Mayme HenryLurdlng MUCH ROUTINE Disposed of at Mackins Opening Meeting of I Year I I Monday night was the time set for j J installing the new officers of Mackin and a large number of the i embers were on hand to witness the ceremonies Louis J Kieffcr the retiring President wielded the gavel until it was time for the in stallation From reoprts of corn mittees it developed that there were no sick members that the council bad liquidated its entire indebtedness during 1909 that despite paying out more than 7100 for expenses a bal lance of 1018 remained in the irene ury After this necessary routine had been concluded Grand President obert T Burke conducted the In- tahlatlon of officers Upon taking his seat President John T Kinney pledged hiTs best ef membersl1lpduringtain the reputation of Mackin Coun XlcffcrImesl1pportreral valuable suggestions for the- oming year Vice Presidents Prank Lanahan and Sherley Cuniff addressed tho council and each promised to bo FranldamsFinancial Secretary and Dan Weber whosucceeck a rleopromised tobe good mrid faithful errantst in the future as Ifl the past IliffAi made ijp entirely Of pst President TheT are3amesT Shelley VincentI B Smith George JV Laut Charlek S 1ldY Lou J Xleffer 1ant1I iHpd William Kert rf Other appointi cohletoGeorgeI MphlarkeyFrank I Link Resolutions Frank G Morgan Louis J Kteffer andVWlHam Link Employment ChAi Baldy August I O Weber Ben J Sand William M Higgins and Guy Nevin Catholic Federation delegates P T Sullivan S J Cuniff Sebastian Hubbuch ulIarkeySGiUlganHcnryLouis J Kieffer Arbitration Frank G Adams Ben J Sand S L Robert son PatrIck G King and John J Flynn Gymnnsiuin Robert T Burke AdolphusAndrlottIncidental to tho meeting it devel oped that the salaried officers were doing a great deql of work at ex tremely smoll salaries James T itiHiggins1 lam Kerberg were appointed a committee to devise ways mid means to remedy the matter ABLE OFFICIALS Named by Mayor Burke In Sister City Over the 1 River Mayor James E Burke of Jeffer sonville got busy Tuesday the day alter his installation and named his officialI cabinet or Board of Police CaptJohnan PhippsdMurphy was elected Chairman The SergtMikeCapt Murphy is general yard master for the Pennsylvania RaIl ad Company in the three Falls tles and has served several terms a member of the Jeffersonville Board of Police Commissioners and- sha made an excellent record He would have been elected Mayor long CaptWa11 perienced officer and has been con cted with the department for quiteIIIstreet and it is feared a surgical eration will be necessary to af rd him relief Ills friends hope- rO his speedy recovery UNITY COUNCIL tarts the Year With Cap able and Energetic Officers Unity Council Y M1 I of New lbany installed its oficers Tuesday night Supremo Director Charles F Pfcffer was the installing officer and conducted the ceremonies in an impressive style President Fred C Beisz First Vice President John S Martel and Second Vice President Peter Gonder were applauded as respectivecJlalrschairsThe attendance was large and this to a certain extent was due to the invitations sent out to all the members by the Gallagher Club After the initiation the council heard an ble address from the Rev Father G G Borrles Chaplain Later the Gallagher Club spread a lunch and f cigarsUnityThe council is now out of debt and has a comfortable balance in the treasury JOINT DEBATEo JI i Between the Members of Sarto and Mackinsj Councils At the meeting of Mackin Council Monday night Grand President Rob crt T Burke Supreme Director James T Shelley and Joseph lion cock were appointed acommittee to arrange for a joint debate withtSarto Council of Owensboro challenge had been previously ac cepted by Mackin and the aforementioned committee will act with a similar committee from Owensboro Iin fixing the date and arranging theI detal1lJIThe last debate between members of the councils was held in Louisville at Mackin Councils hull This time the debate will take place in Owens boro and in nit probability in the new quarters of the council if theyIare completed Both Mackin Sarto will put forward their best debaters It is also probable that tQOwensboroto victory MIND OVERWROUGHT The RevutIlCr Blchard C Grogan an aged priest formerly of the Uiocese of Hartford Conn who attempted to take his own life by shooting on New Years day is men tally unbalanced Ineiulries made at Hartford show that he has been of unsound mind for eight years His overworkFrom llaltiinureIn returnedtosigns of mental distress Prepara returntoYork last week WOnrJaIULAT G t privatetamllletIl themhiu111imliwlllwork to tw looked after toy a centralI bureau rCatholic eiwrltlM In Phlln delphla peoentlr founded by Arch bishop Ryan The bnf au iIs man agiti ba board of Director otr Catholic laymen It will etUltlithI it house JIn which 4peia8e nt childrenr and adults caD be eared for torn I pbrarily and until dlcpoed of i suitable Institutions inI I EPIPHANY Brought the Usual Noisy Night to Eternal City and Its Suburbs Reporters Indulge in Guesses as to Successor ot Cardinal Satolli Students at American College Greatly Enjoyed Their Holidays IS CALLED LITTLE CHRISTMAS From Rome comes the news that Epiphany Thursday was celebrated merrymakingBells confetti was thrown and the people abandoned themselves to the wildest street orgies The police took precautions to keep the noisy throng as far away as possible from the Vat ican palace enjoyingthehis dally walk or drive in the Vatican recreationthe liehasrl1ealthhasIbeen In danger of death for several I weeks CardinalSnlollIs hisdeathbothersthe maybeyetthey I about it Cardinal Satolli is looked lilahandschurch in America to Rome Mon ApostolleIelegatetoas of the Congregation of Studies occu pies powerillsSuperior of the University at Washington He ruled on the appointment of theRector and the professors of the institution which has sheltered scores chargefparishesCardinal SacredCollegeopinionistakenpfrom the Congregation of the Pro paganda and that he must possess a EngJIshFrom Cardma beappolutedChristmas 1101Idn orheColcge B seasonorLevltes en cranberrysauce I wereinisanxiouswillhavewillbothoStarsStripesLest alloverthehurchconhmnemnorationf J f Menromthenfant i t initlecountry feast has hstilicountries it has also been known ijxNightijx the Christmas trees antI decorntronsuntil the day after EpiphanyV 11GERUiLt stilkesimen arives says a French returnedto t of the Germans on Mount Zion It is builton land given by Abdul Hamid to time arcllltecturenndandmlredbyll 1 GermanBenedictinescrated next year it iIs said in tho presence of Prince Eitel represent Iing the Kaiser Afterward the Prince will take part in the opening of the sanltorium also German i which is near by At the other ex 11 tremity of the town near the i Damascus gate German buildings or are increasing The hospice anti hostelry are finished An orphanage with chapel is in contemplation This will be under the charge of the Lazarists of Cologne whose funds I have cpniributedvnUIions of marks for charitable purposes In the Holy F Land CENTRAL CO nnTTEE The Central Committee C K of A will meet in regular session next Friday night President Eugene McCarthy will have a message for each delegate to carry to hisVT K spective branch As a side issue for the evening ie proposes to have a symposium tint he will not explain what a symposium is He wants the delegates to see for themselves It is hoped by time officers that each branch and uniform company will be1 represented by all their delegates IRISH BUILDBRS iThe American Irish Historical So ciety Is holding its twelfth annual conference at the Hotel izaVi- New Yqrk layJoAY paMri jnf lu terest U the Irish branch ot ttie CeHie taco as H Is help diin the building up of time Unitrd plates will be read during the Afternoon The society hat made bir gains in membership during the past year t W K litTUQKY IRISH 1 MERIOAI+L 1 1 KENTUCKY IRISH flMEKIGflli Catholicleveledil Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens r Instltuteand Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher a SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 6 c inbred at the LonUyllle PortoWe u BecofldCla fiattar AMre III COlIIuslcall t tbe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Oreea St 1910LOUISVILLEOPPOSES WHITE PLAGUE t In Its fight against the Wilt plague the Kentucky AntiTuber culosis Association has prepared bill for the present Legislature which looks forward to the establish meat of a State Sanltorlum The bill carries with it an appropriation of 120000 and 00000 annually for its maintenance The proposedl sanitarium is to be governed by aI board of seven trustees either menI or women one from each Appellate district These trustees are to be empowered to select a site best adaptable to the purpose rhe bill also provides that the trustees are to serve without com pensation but are to be reimbursed for necessary traveling expenses The purpose of the bill is primarily to provide for the treatment of Indigent persons who and unable to pay for their maintenance at the in stitution but only residents of the State are to be admitted Every county in the State will be permitted to send patients The bill further provides that the medical superin tendent must have special training for the work On the face of it the bill looks good anti is worth the sincere con rI ncleration of every member of the Senate and House of llepresentn tires Any bill that will prevent the spread of tuberculosis or save one life would be Ji credit to Kentucky Representative Jack Chinn de dares that he will introduce n bill to prevent the carrying of concealedi I and deadly weapons He proposes t incarcerate nil convicted persons tt- an in insane anyhim for a period of nu f less than ten days If that will put n stop to the vicious practice let us have the bill enacted quickly GOING IlV CONTRARIES Years ago some wise men arrived at the conclusion that things go by contraries This seems to be certain when one considers the manner fin t evadetthe payment of taxes yet at the Christmas season they spend many times as much as the taxes would amount to in voluntary gifts From authentic statistics it is p gathered that 150000000 was ex pended in benefactions during 1909 or more than twice as much as jjn 1908 The voluntary obligation to f share its surplus was made the mo- rerstrlklngbecnuse of the rooted oppo sitIon of the wealthy as a class to new measures of taxation Jf any State had attempted to colject a 50 per cent inheritance tax upon the estate of Thomas Murdock of Chi l ogoor of John S Kennedy ot New j York both of whom died recently t It would have been held up as a 1 1crowning outrage upon property i muchithe same principle divided fhelr c a millions Into public and private fl bequests They are justly praised for h r seeking to do as a matter of con r science and right what no govern anent would have dared to compel f then to do in the public Interest jghcsj ouslJUDe while to any attempt by law to fovernnmentliyttreenpoor offers tenacious resistance In the public forum in the Legislatures timid in theco rtsISocieties and Individuals In Louis ville Chicago New York Boston other large cities distributed nndJJ rhey1gaennY1 court had attempted to force thus r tiieyrotJallAIIUSEdJudge SamuelJj Boldriek has an- a nounccd life Qetermlnatlon not to 1JPtJ grant continuances in minor cases in J I thePolice Court Ills resolution is J a most commendablel one The prac tine of continuing cases from two to four days Iin the Police Curt has 1eit used flnd m 1Jt dformaBYyears In manyeases one contimi until5fcuelietaPsedlIMawliile elnelI u j I hlgltttXKBD AIR AND LIGHT r Yartomie Ql11tt orpailsatlon+i off I Louisville are working to ioedretlte ItaMMgre ofaht11through the Rear lucky Legislatures that will compel landlords erecting teD mest hooMs in the uture Ip adhere to some jut and rimpto role of eoMtmoctlq that 119 MMM JfW4p find 0WJ I oral sanitation for the tenants The proposed bill will also provide fo totI enforce rules of cleanliness and rimaei passage of such n tat would be not I I only beneficial to dwellers In tene ment houses in Louisville but also in Kentucky cities of the second class I I I I lucrei are ninny remarkable old buildings In Louisville that are iin danger of collapse any thl1lrheyIj I urn a menace to passersby na well as to the poor people that have to live in them The present y Legislature could do n great work for humanity by enacting n measure that would benefit these dwellers in tenement houses i 44 KENTUCKY SOLOXS The Kentucky Legislature organ ized Tuesday and now time solons are as much at home in their work us if the session Lad been in progress for months Hero are some of tIle meritorious bills thus for Intro duced An act to sustain cities of the first class to construct a public hospital An net to prohibit the tale or of fering for sale giving away or dis pensing of cigarettes cigarette paper or substitutes therefor An net to provide burial grounds for cities of the fourth class An set to make kidnapping punish able by life sentence in the pen itentiary IntrojtlucedColumbus day a legal holiday bty j the Knights of Columbus and has the State support 6f every council in theII Well begun Is half done says an old adage The Legislature has started out well and It is t6t be hoped I it will keep up Its course to the end OUEI ITAIUK MOVE Judge Frank Tracyof Covington proposes to nuke divorce more diffi cult for the illmated couples ofI Kenton county He announced this week timid In future nil divorce cases must be tried In alien court instead lUtImucht sented and their signers kept away from court Judge Tracys idea is a good one and might be emulated in Louisville and ell1cwhereIIi Beware of wet feet at this seasonI of the year Wear stout shoes rub 1 hers if necessary but be sure you are well shod Paying for shoes at J3 or 5 is much cheaper In the end than Landing the doctor or time undertaker Ills bit The now Board of Public Safety acted wisely in putting a stop to eating and drinking festivals in 1 engine and station houses MYSTERY UNSOLVED Although n month has elapsed since time disappearance of little i Alma Kellner no definite trace ofII tilt child hits been gained Mr and 1 Mrs Fred Kellner ore bearing up bravely under the distressing clreumII stances Their friends and relatives have left nothing undone 1o locate the child Thus far all efforts seem J parentsbasethe anonymous writers eou1tllurJnlsh information concerning J missing girl omit as yet nothing tan gible has been learned Police detectives mlnlJlpaperII reporters hove exhausted IypOHtjt upthej J Pneedfly be restored to her parents J raYfHofeerfntherand State TYPKWnrriNQ EXHIBIBTION t ItaymomJ m lbantl llnrold B fraplltiirSmithtinedoedxpertIRIngrolshow the MsKible speed ot time machine he operated he wrote old matter at the rate of twelve strokes ownllpllhcwrotet land at 4Jltl4tlmeiohIl8i arrlftdon a- eonverentlpn AlthoughI unaonualntda eightylures t of time atVMtoBfcf in one minute A9 averageofKAO YIYj i paluoLionlMbbtalye rot a week bertaatng next Monday niftot Matin er will be glv n OB Wednesday and 6adsrday Tha company isI Geld to BATO 160 nmbeta and the orifciaai allstar cut This will prow OM of the Mtaoaa beep ttra0tfoa titer the toaster e1t t ot the elty j 0GiETV i I r w sleD wllw fi G8t 6sJjj Miss Mary Josephine Sullivan of the Highlands has returned to Naz areth Academy Mr and Mrs J J ONeil have as their guests their daughter Mrs Annie Dories of Boston Miss Loretta llaney of St Louisj Is visiting her cousin Mrs j McOrath of 1035 South Seventh I Miss Anna Butterweck who spent the holidays with her parents In Clifton has returned to Nazareth Mrs Walter Leachman of Spring field Is the guest of her mother Hillr1x Mr and Mrs Patrick Healey have returned to Paducah after n brief visit to relatives in Jeffersonville Itlss Corinne Lyons is vl iting I MissI Bettie Munfonl at Elizabeth town anti will not return for several i dnYLIMiss Marie Weber entertained on New Years afternoon from 2 until j5 oclock In honor of Mirfs Edna Me I Cloud Mr and Mrs Richard Whelan have returned from Bardstown j I where they spent the holidays withI relatives Miss Anna Thornton of Purls Ky J jhas returned home after a visit to Mr and Mrs J P Ilnnley of Crescent Hill MlsS Annie Mctcalf has returned to j j visit to5 IJIrl IJJi Miss Florence filcher who came 1 honte to spend the holidays has returned to St Marys Academy i Knoxvllle Ill Mrs T 11 Wathen entertained at I ten Wednesday In honor of her daughter Mrs Charles E Cooneyof Syracuse N Y J I MlKS Edna McCloud has returned to Nazareth after spending the holidaVK with her parents Mr anti Mrs Tames McCloudII I Mr and Mrs Tohn Jipan have re turned to Fultpn Ky after spend iiiifj the holidays here wb Mr and Mrs A H John hgnnIleJ I j l ofiSheibyi christened tomorrow L Miss Xellle Anderson ofllou mouth 111 has arrived tp spend the holidays with Mr amid Mrs Emit Anderson of Parkland j Matt Corcoran Is home from an J extended business trip and since hln arrival link peen kept busyslinking hands with old friends I The new baby boy horn to Mr and I mfrs M J OLauRhlin of West StII Catherine street has been christened Ii John Breslln OrallghllnII J E Llndle omit family have returned to Bardstown after spending part of the holidays with Mrs Michael Flahlve of Jeffersontown Miss Hose Kehoe anti Victor LlestII popular young people of New Albany were united in marriage at i Holy Trinity rectory in that cityon 1 Xcw Years night f Miss listens Kehoe and II811cc Curtilla Homsley who spent the j holidays with Mr and Mrs M J Kehoe of Jeffersonville have returned to Hanover College I Miss Ada Walsh entertained will l u theater party Tuesday In honor offMrs Charles 1C Cooney of Syracuse 7 parentsfur l 1j 1 Misses Euhilin aid Elsie Cnllen have returned to Sacred Heart Academy after spending the hoi days with their father Thomas 1K Cullen and sister Mrs J B Ford Mrs William Burke who recently suffered a severe attack of jJ herhome J but IB showing marked signs of Im prmclnentfJ ofDlrmlngbnmhome after spending the holidays JWstreetNewAlbanyIIII Mr and Mrs Robert Schlelcher have announced the engagement of their daughter Miss Eleanor SStweddinghasMiss Agnes Bohlson who had been spending the Chrlsimaa holidays with her mother Mrs Agnes Bohl I smut of 1142 Garvin Place has re to0resumej 1 MIllS Nora Duffy Whitealde and James T fluffy are to be united In marriage during the latter part of this month The bride is the daugh of Mrs 11 Whlteelde and the groom IB a well known business man Mr and MrJk John Schwlerman of Highland Park celebrated their silver wedding on Thursday of last weekby attending a jubilee mass atc St Leos church In the afternoon d they received their relativesl and fr1 11fJOJaI1rJjctpallJethe Porjahd- luireb ll stagnatet It rejokingover the arrival tiff a l1ewooy at Mn home S807 Rudd Hfeaue Papa John pofltnWeaI j l already Q It Q tMr and Mr BXth of PJJosephine Mrs Peter Curran Will Buckle and David DuMing an of LoulavtIUi wlta a watch part oJl New fffift tr ti q- I r Mr and Mrs Stephen Everin of South Louisville had as their guests at a house party last week Mrs Thomas Ftnnerpn and daughter Lucite of Gary Ind Miss Lucy Flnneron of Midway Ky Mr and rsJ L Schramms of Frankfort and Mrs It P Cochran of JJastwoodJ I On New Years afternoon Miss Agnes Bohlseu was hostess at a theater party at Macauleys Mrs Victor H Weber was the chaperon The guests Included the following young ladles Misses Lillian Zorn I Cccyl Morthorst Grace Huber jraria Rossfleld Mayme Michael Antoinette I andII Dorothy Williamst A luncheon fol lowed the visit to the theater LADIES AUXILIARY Have Enjoyed Prosperity Y During the Past Year The snow had no terrors for mem hers of the Ladles Auxiliary of the A O H lust Wednesday night and as a consequence the attendance was large Miss nose Sweeney the President was absent on account of the illness of her mother and Miss Mary Corcoran presided in her stead llepurtH read byofficers showed that theauxiliary has had a prosperous year socially numerically anti financially The books show a surprisingly large balance in the treasury All the members were grieved to learn of the serious illness of Mrs William Burke CountyPresidentTime ceremony was very Impressive businesshadmembers made short talks on the suggesting generjnls aneniberfavoredparaphernalia for tire degree team IXTKKSCHOLASTIO LEAGUE Loral fans are anticipating good lomlngSelSJninteresting games to be played by the Interscholastic League Repre sentatives of Nations schopls and colleges met at St Xuviers College bJIdent Prof Tenks was elected Vice President and Prof Mmdbury Secre tary and Treasurer These three will arrange n schedule Time seasonI will open on the third Saturday InI April The following schools will have trams St Xaviers Boys High j Kel1tuckyrtIltnrHigh School DANCING ACADEMY The advent of the new year bra given a fresh impetus to the interest t jin Prof Dowds Dancing Academy at Fifteenth anti Jefferson streets Next Monday evening there will be a masked dilnce nt the academy iron 8 oclock until midnight Prof Dowd1 conducts social dances every Mon tiny Wednesday and Saturday even ings anti private lessons n convenient hours DEATH CAUSES REGRET General regret Is felt In the West Knd over the deuthof Walter J I Rider ageJ thirtyfive years who i I died at hiM home 2700 Honk street on Monday evening Ho is survived1 by his wife and four children n brother James JUdcran a sister I Mrs Daniel D QuIlT The funeral1 i took place from St Cecilias church on Thursday and was largely at terydldII SUSTAINED BRUISES Thomas F Cnllcn a veteran L and X railroad clerk who was hndl shaken up In a street min accident nt Ninth iiml Itroad way on Tuesday o last week is Improving rapidly a- Ids t inns 001 South Second street Fortunately no bones were broken His temporary confinement Is re gretted by maiiv friends FIDEIIArION I The CnUIUIe Federation of Jeffer mectingwomans Club next Thursday stew I Ing President A 1 Sheridan dr II sires a full attendance of the dele In view of the last thn1II officers are to be elected for the I ensuing year ABBOT VISITS UAYOnII ObrceittAbbot1i city Tuesday and paid n visit to IIHnllI 1 aayorMend 1 tpgreef i JobII HECOMES BAnmSTKR Edward OConnor mode good use araglsirate f fNow lies lias been admitted to the prnctlcaof I hasOhs 1 ness id tasks an able barrister MANAGBtt StAKBS GOOD 15 J Coleman te making good as t TnhsterCompany 1 cartsnays t laJl4lcan haul anything worth mow ag Mr Coleman Is ready far lens t ra day and night 1 UKN1NQ THANHS 1 The llVfi lather Martin OConnor itor of fit Mfchaeld olnireh de31 ea to tUank hU frienIJ thrpughi RrlJhl 1115k A toII rtouw gifltt r lIvedclrfuctll1r cfcrUtnmB oItdraroa x W ilrfdAB Soldierf la Bowlac army aN to be mdiisd f wMt eiplpeaeer with pr jminottM a JUf1sg HOPKINSwhere BEGIN NKB Sunday January drand Revival ol Worlds Ore tut MOVING DIKereit From the Rest NeW Films With fine talks by Mr Dustin Popular Illustrated songs Same Old- Prices Entirely PICTURES explanatory lOc and 5c WC CUNNINGHAM HA HICKS WILLARD HOTEL KENTUCKY HOTEL COMPANY Incorporated Special attention given to traveling men Best in the city for the money Have your mail addressed in our care First class sample room- sAMERICAN PLAN RATES SZ 00 end SZ 50 With BAth 300 BBRT lUCKS M nKtr Center and Jefferson Sis Opp Court House Central Furniture Go1 Incorporated- N W Corner Third and Green We Furnish the Home Complete on Easy Payments WM CALLAQHAN Mgr Sales Dept HOPEfUL Brainy Labor Lender Takes Very Optimistic View of Conditions John Mitchell Talks Interest ingly ol Outlook For the Year Long Period of Stagnation Has Passed and Prosperity Appears UNIONISTSx John Mitchell for years President of the United Iron Workers of America and by many regarded as the ablest lender of union lobar in America takes a thoughtful yet an furtwageearners during the present year Mr Mitchell is a mnn of action as well as of keen forethought He allowed himself to be interviewed by the New York Worlds representative to tits ex tents After two long years of stagnation the new year dawns in bright prone 1Ise of a period of industrial activity The wageearner of our country whose hardships during times of Jdepreslon are real and acute hail with hope und cheer the mien year and time return of good tines For the punt two years the work mug people have expended their en ergies defending themselves agaiust wagereductions and the consequent livingtaretadopting a progressive mUI with tine expectation that wages will advance anti conditions of employ ment Improve In keeping with the improvement in the industrial and commercial life of the nation It Is the confident hope of the organized wageen rners that the strength and solidarity of their organizations hav ing been maintained during the panic their movement will go forward with an Impetus unparalleled at any previous time It is the philosophy of the trade union movement that the Ills and evils of an industrial crisis may be reduced to the HowVst minimum only by maintaining at tIle highest possible point the purchasing and consuming power of the people On the whole the wage ealiers have emerged from the depression better equipped than heretofore for the struggle which is to be made in tine fultlre for Innprored conditions rat life tumid labor The lessons learned in adversity have always proved of Immeasurable advantage to those who are contending for the pain IttRservative prophecy that before the appearance of another industrial crisis the men and women who work for wages will have so built up the membership of their organization strengthened their treasurjes and perfected their policies that they will be adequately protected flattertogapanics Surveying1 the situation in all its aspects It seems that labor has every reason for hope and encour- Agement The men and women of toll have been ttetsted in the crucible of adversity they have demonstrated t their faith in the principles of trad unionism and Mare thus given the hert guarantee ot their determlnax xtntggletorIntelllgeiitliveship a truer oncept of thir rights snit there olltfiitipnst- iALUARLB i PRB8BNT moi1the many valuable presents rep ltMIf by Atwhplihbp Qlennon of YtwatY boxes rout JnID 1H pictures all ttidles of TUMot r Bible The ajnrre= jrate value IU 36000 Thyo were I elNlnte4 to fifeyfoist toy Hannan I eG feat Mitllerrl JidUonalifl t i 1hjt i STEWART DRY GOODS CO Buslnew Established Sixtythree Years i l tEWYOti STOFtE J DEPARTMENT BUYERS CLEARANCE SALE Blackand Colored Dress GoodsO Allwool Suitings such as Mohair Serge Panama Cheviot etc mostly browns values up to 100Special per yd 48c White Serge strictly all wool sponges soft and guaranteed to give satisfaction 75c qualitySpecial per yard 49c COLORED DRESS GOODS Novelty Suitings and Cloakings strictly finest Australian wooll 56 inches wide in a variety of patterns a splendid cloth for the long cape 200 valuesSpecial per yard 58c 0 Broken lines of Suitings including Serges Worsted i Diagon als Cheviots Panamas etc mostly fancy weaves Noth ing in this lot sold fur less than 150 and most of them were marked 2 and 250 per yardSpecial per yard 129 perfectblack 59cr Black Broadcloth 50 inches wide 125 valueSpecial per yard I 79cr Striped and Plaid Silk Voiles regular prices of these are 200 and 300Special per yard 89c 54inch Black Chiffon Broadcloth shrunk and sponged im ported to sell at 250 Special per yard 158 Extra Special French Chiffon Broadcloth full 54 inches wide sponged and shrunk beautiful silky luster A cloth you cant duplicate in the oity under 350 a yard 189 STEWART DRY GOODS CO iDCorporittJ o M CONNECTION WITH JAMES McCREEBY 4 CO NEW YORK 1 135th Semi=Anu- a1SWL3EPING= OUT SALE 40000 Worth of Fine Foot r wear at SlaughterC Pricesrr Mens 350 Shoes 248 t Ladies 300 Shoes 198 Mens 400 Shoes 298 Ladies 5 00 Shoes 248 Boys 200 Shoes 148 Girls 150 Shoess98c Boys 350 Shoes 248 Girls 250 Shoes 148 1111 BOSTON SHOE CO INCORPORATED r jjBoston I Building 441443Fourth Avenue l tt 3i 328 8 3 CR3C STOP HERE FOR A FRIED OYSTER r 1 J CHRIST GROJE I Finest Wines Liquors Cigars and Tobaccof I 8FINEST BOWLING ALLEYS IN THE soutti8 Handsom Prim for High Scores 416 W JEFFERSON STREET rPweeewr DONT WORRY ABOUT Have It Repaired With DIAMOND WALL pLASTER fe1 And It Will Not Happen Again 1 I ri KENTUCKY COrit f Brook and lIver Both Phones 3267 LOIIIUIKt 7DT1iC7 VLBYS DeglnnlnK Monday Night and All Week With Usual Matinees flaw ErlangersGreatExposltonof Mirth Melody and Magnificence LITTLE MEMO The most elaborate add varied musi cal comedy ever presented in the world NEW MASONIC Monday Tuesday and Wednesday Nights and Wednesday Matinee MME NZiftfOVA01 Illarepertolreotherfamoullroles L ThuisdayNiight Jasnary 13 CONCERTlatwanty fifth yar of WALTER DAMROSCHA- fi ORCHESTRAL CONDUCTOR Jc =1FALljto WObbTJLASTER I WANTEDTo Rent or Lease GralnandStockd Farr ADDRESS w a RILEY 626 lixtw A ir LHMlN XK HfNRYHUNOLD XLL1fkIN pli Ml Fiwy J1wItI A P1ABT 0LA1SAMPLESM 1IN CSUNMT11N Old a Ipsdalyrtll- IIsus Weis fill S4IIL1IIMw 0 yi rlJKETUOKYJRI8H IERIOAN NN+NNN1 MNNN NN N MONUMENTS In order to make room for the en largement of our workshop we offer our extensive STOCK OF FIRST CLASS MONUMENTS at exceed irigly low prices Calland examine iMULDOONi NtiNNNNNNNi NNN nnnn N NNO NNNNNNNNaNNNN 1 E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUBf FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS rI fcrr STREETShortart N N I Son FProprietorFm Notice a mer 7 HOME PHONE 88CUMBERLAND 123 J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS SOS East IEeLin Street D J DOUGHERTY s j MCELUOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT 9 Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day er Night I 1231 WJ ST MARKET STREET II lto to I I I to t s THOMAS KEENAN I fmiemj Director and Efflbalmer 1 TELEPHONE 365 i AU calla promptly attended to day or night f CcrrUg i furnished for all 1225 Vf occasloDII Independent of All Undertakers KATIBAGNBS SMITH LADY BMBALMER- Wuhing I andl Dressing Ladles and Child Gu a Specialty HOME tHONB 1677 I BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses Heleotrope Etc a Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES a JACOB SCHULZ 9 I THE FLORIST9- rYr 550 s FOURTH AYE BotkH lfs 223i p PRIVATE HOSPITALi- PM THE CARE Of INSANE ANO IFILirTIC PATIENTS r tldTiM of Deny of Jeffenoaville led own ad manage a private hocpitalI few UM can aao treatment offelaas seal Uep ttootB Both mss alternatet a ta are admitted Rates very tea Mbto POT fnrtlMr particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REOINAI nBRCK HOSPITAL taiI tom MODERN METHODSI with all the newest and best materials and methods My prices are moderate and my work of the highest class DRr HEN DRICKS DENTIST 436 West Market Street I CB THOMPSON FLORISTRosebuds a Specially Floral Designsy 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telepho e 1080 All orders receive prompt attention a and satisfaction guaranteed 6fta aif Rooers ee BpokGoo PRAYER iWKS AM ROSARJESI To suit every tutGfvuS a tall and Inspect our lint pf tofJbeirWi Mle aOd ftlnIIIII II enr JITrJ iORiITJOIr 4U Wt Jeff sat strMt DAXOIIROOa PR4II AD average of thirteen ptraona a day who uae toe mtlroada of th II United Atatw for footpatna pay for the prtrttMM with their the x GREAT dUD IES- IrishAmerican Lead as Umpires In Athletic field When the baseball fans learned that Thomas lynch was elected President of the Xntiojinl Base BpH League they began to ask Who iis Lynch 1 They found that Lynch was nil IrishAmerican and that ho was known as the King of Umpires Then they looked around to set if there were uny other umpires of Irish extraction They found them too In the National League they found ODea Kane and Mullen three of the four men engaged In the American League last season were Sheridan Connolly OLoughlln Kagan Kerln Ifurst and Dln ell seven of the eight engageil The American Asso elation had last year Conalmn Sulli wan and Hayes three of the four umpiresThe League had four umpires all IrishAmericans OBrien Moran Murphy and JJtz nglamlIe11gucFiurieran and Connors all of the men engaged The New York State League had only two umpires Kelly mad Cusock On the whole it would seem that consldcredfnlr MOTION riOTUUES motion ager Edward Dustin came to Louisville two yenrs ago he made the Hopkins Theater jump into the lead as a motion picture house and it so continued until it changed to melodrama four months ago Mr Dustin rejoices at the change back to motion pictures and promises his friends and patrons the best possible plctllrelinepersons comfortably It is Well tented and thoroughly ventilated DEUMONT CLUB There were ninny receptions at in dividual homes and club houses on New Years day but none to compare with the good cheer dispensed at the Delmont Club President Al bert S Hnu Louis W Borntraeger Leo P Kaufman John Seiimltt and Willhini Schneider were indefatigable In their efforts to please They dis pensed cigars and refreshments with n lavish hand There was plenty of vocal and instrumental mush and the members and their friends en joyed every minute of the time be tween 2 and 0 oclock SUFFERS PARALYTIC STROKE Emil Diipaquler a prominent res ident of New Albany sustained a stroke of paralysis Wednesday and his condition is regarded ns serious Mr Diipaquler was one of the found ers of Unity Council Y M I and was prominently identified with Democratic politics Ills speedy re covery is hoped for OENTRATj CITY WEDDING Mlss Annie Monoghan and Will iam Coffee prominent young people of Central City will be united In marriage In St Martins church there tlext Tuesday The brideelect is a daughter of Mrs John Monog hen Both young people are well known In that section of Kentucky XEW DISTRICT LEADER Attorney William P McDonogh has been chosen to succeed Frank McOrath as Chairman of the Forty ninth District Democratic Commit tee which Includes the Eighth and Ninth wards Will McDonogh Is a hard working Democrat and ought to make good as a district leader MAGISTRATE CHARMKI Magistrate George VI Berry was taken by surprise Monday when a number of his friends presented him with a handsome watchchain and a charm emblematic of the Knights of Columbus The presentation speech was made by Edward OConnor one of time retiring Magistrates FLAMES DAMAGE CHURCH Defective electric wiring caused flames to damage St Josephs cmirch at Jersey City N T to the extent of 500 on New Years morn ing Six hundred early worshipers watched the firemen at work and then attended mass at 0 oclock IMMIGRANTS PAY During 1900 no less than 100000 Italians emigrated to America Of these more than twothirds were bound for the United States and it is estimated that they brought with them and spent not less than 10000000 WHERE CHURCH PROGRESSES The Catholic church is the wealth lest church organization in Portland Ore Non assessable real estate controlled by the church is valued at 743800 anti the improvements tbereflrt 74500 making a total of 1408300 GENEROUS PRELATE The Hlght Rev Bishop McGolrlck wag given a purse pf 1OOOpn the eonIMcratlbn a Bishopof Duluth Tk I prelate Immediately preaentedth I entire mow to well the fund for the new orphan asylum In that city SOCIAL CLUB DANCm- Mackln8 SocialJ C1n resumed Itlt s riesofi dancf Thursday night wj 0 a iipleiMlM aitftndntf TteM ilAneecvtHIl b lrlefery pfJicr Thiirwlikj front now until Lent begin D hwairfll + a+ lll- l81sterMaryorl f for the pdHt two yean Prlaefpal 08t Paul a pgJ oohial aehoot IAlDlt hula heelI tr nnferrea to t4 eeadueNrl byr the eiterr of J at I7- Ive 4Nseke l f K t C fs I Mens 2250 25 and 30 Suits and- Raincoats Hart Sciu ffnerIiIG IiIi- I I HI I I Marx I Goods J forII IJ 1650 LEVYS l I IITIIIRD AND MARKET t =II AllI PoormlI J JOld ManIiJJLooks back to the time when J thatJpen the saddest are theseltIIl MIGHT salaryinto have been Young l l111 I ItTERESTI It ageii J Ky TitleII I I III flU IllandIllI I f 51 51I I Fifth and Court PlaeII IttOpen dally until 3 p IP Saturday until 1 p m I I TO LEND iiMONEY I KNIGHTS OF COLIIB1IS I Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Prof James C Monnghnn has been appointed National Lecturer tif the order The council It Erie conferred the second and third degrees on u class of fiftysix last Sunday President Taft has been Invited to attend the charity ball of the New York Chapter on February 4 Fortynine more members were received into the order at an initiation just held by the council at Greene Isle Minn The Fatirth Degree Assembly of Niagara Fulls N Y wilt give a charity ball in February for the benefit of Mount St Marys Hospital The Ne y York Knights will hold their State convention at Niagara legrcessemblymembers of that rant nlll1ngetltoformances on Monday Tuesday anti Wednesday tu help defray tIle expenses of Bishop Keanes lectures Councils at DaVenporf Mallnc und Rock Island united I I1a trf city re Iowalastanagh of Chicago was the principal speaker at the banquet It was tin Inspiring sight to see time ColoradoSprilgllMarys church on Christmas morning and at time proper time advance inabody to the altar to receive holy communion The Denver Catholic notes cornanentsCOOKING TIME JTABLE tMrtyIfttfetJlCaWiage one hour Cantata one hour CnwHflbwerv jililrty mlnHtK Clwy twenty to Hitrty mlnttte tnliaa Sartyftve ntixwtee I otatoea twenty tllItImutCorn afire ftp eighfc MbmtMi halfhguri rWT itaxtya- tltM tn t UBMOV 1KOIT BUST + a antnn tpot with lemon juice and po1N Wltk alt Letud inI the aim totay ttI1z r iL1i GOING SOUTH Is Every Breeze That Tans race of North Pole At time North Polo alt meridians meet and every direction Is south So the fixed meridian upon which the determination of longitude mod time depends is lacking und It Is necessary to assume an arbitrary direction as the meridian A parallel of latitude Is reduced to a single point und longitude entirely wan ishes lIme also vanishes for it is always local noon All winds blow lug over the pole blow from the south nnd alsy toward the south at notGlclrchIswellItvestward 1 three nnd onehalf miles from time butIJwould be treading the earth under his feet In the shame way that a dog wrilks on a rolling barrel steriouHradiancenlghtsjhe whichIsmaximum effect is observed at a poleInsideauroras are seen to radiate from points both north and south of the belttheyThere appears to be an intimate relation between the distribution of wirorns and that of barometric pressure in the polar regions To science the discovery of the pole is knowledgeof greatest meterology MASONIC THEATER greatnllsslnllappearfirst half of next week with a mat Passiondowerand Tuesday evenings and Wednes efenlngIA CCIlIngFOR WOMANS EYE Tapestry handbags ore a pleasing c noveltyTwo toned hosiery Is popular Time is the favorite The newest thing in a wrap is known as the cape coat Satin chnrmeuse has again taken the place of leerier lath for dressy wearI old polonaise wl lchmeans side drapings is the most popular tunic Ilh plain tailored waist is mode of flannel rough silk taffeta cashmere mud similar lightweight wool fabrics Time must satisfactory stocks justII now are made of embrolderv linen and the strong beautiful Irish lace which is so fashionable Angora sweaters of natural colors shave turnover collars and pockets doublebreasted There are lamsand hoods to match Oversktrt draperies are playing n prominent part in the winter modes They are a distinctive feature of gownsftclJloonshow the threequarter and elbow sleeve but an garments intended for practical wear have long sleeves plalt9introdllctdbox plaits mounted on hip yokes or side yokes or laid In full length BAnE OAHUAGE cabbage prepared In the following way Take a firm white head of cabbage cut in rather small pieces and boll until tender Drain off water put in chop ping bowl and chop flue To a large eggbeaten alittlewith cabbage put in baking pan arid bake twenty minutes putting small pieces of butter over the top DARNING I In darning on tile machine it does not make any difference what the piece may be table cloths napkins socks stockings or anything that has a hole iif tai e the foot of time machine oft and run time stitches all youdobybandneater Use an embroider hoop to hold the goods firm and even put it over the hole and slide under time foot of machine Whatever color time material is use the saiiie color threadCANNY SCOTCH BOY There was a little Scottish boy who had the quality of astuteness highly developed The boys grand raothor was packing his lunch for him to tike to school one morning Suddenly looking1 up into the old ladys Jaceqlc weld- tlrandmother t10C8C1 specs magnify A little my child i she answered Aweel then tldthe boy I wut JuJst like it if ye wad tak them aft when ye MI paekbi BIJ loonch CLEANS SILVHR o An iMJCperiaUe cleanerJ for silver Kaeq ami equal LisI efficiency to any ttdllmRdeofft8l fthoappIW with a woolen rag ran qjdt ee ot chamois akinI and ftrwariI polluted with a dry chamois kept especially for silver FRANK FEHR aNOORPOHATED BREWING Ctt 1 Brewers and Bottlers 1 LOUISVILLE KY OUR 9 SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENN ACKERMANjj BREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED LC VIBVILLH KY FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED t Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home s TELEPHONES Home 767I7672 Cumb Wan 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light Cumb Phone West I9l 1rUWIEDEMANN jq BREWING COMPANYS J Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bare and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky t JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCOINCARVOR- ATODBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story venuerBOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE Kt FOR Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM fMAYERI i 419 W MARKET ST PETER M AHDRIDT SONS I WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage ItHlring aid droller TIres 205 AHO 207 WEST GREENe STREET MONO N ROUTE BEXWEE- NtOUISVILLIANDCUICAOO BEST LINE TO Preachl Lick and West Baden Spriifs UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DEARBORN STATION CHICAGO Mai still tttr Can PaUe aWMf aleealOles ers IiId11a1CON11 PAI KWO tooth and Market 8ta t heaiwph Kr- i i Give your boys an edacatloa that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the Xavcrian Brothers Classical Scientific nd BUllae Coura Preparatory liepartmeut Iargc 8wlmmlDgPeol Wel1Equlppe4 Gymnasium Terms Moderate Dro James IIII 1and1 HENRY AAIJ1 JJ1 PPOLSU DYER AND CLEANER Ladles nd GOnfs 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everything usually carried in a firstclass Jewelry Store except high prices Purchase here and you will save money I IJ BRUNNNew Locationt Jefferson MUSIC IN THE HOME Is at all times essential and there is no time when it is ap preciated more than in the summer A- FARRANDCEOILIAN PIANO Will supply this music if there is BO one in the family that cart play All one has to do to enjoy their favorite selections to insert a roll of music and pump The expression marks are stamped on the roll showing anyone just exa Uy how to secure the proper expression Come in and permit un to show you more about the FarrandCecIHan MONTENEGRO= RII3IIM MUSIC CO Incorporated 1 098000 IrQLTRTIX AVENUE iS 5 THROUGHOUT 1910 Mulloys Teas and Coffees will maintain the same high standard of excellence that has made them popular in thousands of Louis vile New Albany and Jeffersonvllle homes I SPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR 50C Green Black or Mixed Teas an excellent grade 1 pound for MULLOY st1Detweea 45cCOPFEE glIOASTEI gUll W AfAfiKKT STREET I 451RTON Never Mind tte Weather Just Use FOX RIDGkand fortttTV y SCANLON 0XtdO 1Iza rAUesitod Phones 405 G Ti RIDER Gsnera4141lpagerl DRJTC Ae Veterikary Infirmary and H rst Shoeinii For sctRrTAL IIORSf ty 5111f1 D1114rSTiEEI I HIBE NIANS What They Have Been Dolr iI the Past Weekgeneral- News Notei Jeffersonvllle Hibernians are look lug forward to n big year numer ically and socially The Ladles Auxiliary will unite with the County Board in preparing for a due celebration of St Patricks dayThe Hibernians of Superior WltJ installed their officers Thursday night at a meeting open to the publicLocal Hibernians are anxious to see what the County Board has up its sleeve for the Irish Christmas March 11- Dhlslon 1 of Denver with J J Sullivan ns resident has set out with the hope to accomplish much this year 11 Reports from Newport Covington Ashland DOll Paris indicate that the upState divisions and auxiliaries have had a prosperous year Next Monday night nil the diris i ions in St Paul Minn will join in an 1Irish night There will be speeches music dancing and card gamesCouncilman Charles Finegan and Secretary Tom Lawler of Division loS Entertainment Committee are entitled to bouquets for their work on Tuesday night Division 3 met Thursday night de spite the snow nail installed officers President Con J Ford presided over a well attended meeting of Division 2 last night The County Board of Lowell Mass has appointed six teams of nine men each to engage in a cnn paign to raise 25000 for the build ing fund before ApriJ 15 Under the auspices of Divisions 4 8 and 0 of St Paul last week Prof M G Itohan of Marquette University gavo an llustrnted lecture on A Pilgrimage to Europe and Ire land Division 4 will Install officers at Bertrand Hall next Monday evening Division 22 of Brooklyn has a boys band of thirty pieces and every boy is a son of a member of the Hiber nians Division 4 will meet in Bertrand Hall on Monday night County President Welsh will install the officers President Heniiessy wants it understood that visitors from tuff other divisions will be welcome Archbishop Messmer of Mil waukee has written a letter to Prof M G Rohan of Marquette Uni versity commending him or his work in pushing the study of Irish history in the Catholic schools of the countryThe division inns arc ranged to give a series of three lec tures during the remainder of the Reason On January 19 Miss Keith ONeill will lecture on Irish music on the third Wednesday in February lion W J Onahon will speak on The Irish Brigades hi European Wars and Archbishop Glennoil will be the principal orator on St Pat ricks day- IvNTEILTAINFD YOUNG FRIENDS A fivehundred card party was riven from 3 to 6 oclock on New Years eve nt the home of Miss lejen Corcoran Tier guests were Misses Josephine SulllVan Mary avlesK Louise Curran Florence Riley Margaret HiggIns Mary Ellen laloney Florence Lee Marie ougherty Venita Johnson and Ida I Ulcjv A delightful luncheon was served The table was tastefully I arranged the centerpiece beinga niniature Christmas tree Favors I were at each plate The rooms were decorated In green and red KNIGHTS INSTALL Officers of Louisville Council vnights of Columbus were installed Wednesday night with District Deputy Robert Watson as the installing ifflcer The ceremonies were quite impressive The officers installed were Edward Jt McDermott Grand 1CtitghtJ William Klapheke Deputy Jrand Knight C W Decker War j ten John A Doyle Chancellor III John A Flynn Secretary Henry pplins Treasurer Frank leerier rruiteS ObSv = Hammer lhslde hard Tftomu kh Eyal1M Qutaian1- luard J JOURNAUfJs TO WBI S1tet arrfOJlr and latlee Stewart rri rbemaJ1lt1l in the- rroaage st pau1 a ehureh a4- i to ext Tewyafternoo- nI 1 n sin Js a member of a it1ihly rea HKJted amply ot the TJlue cry ea tat Bojkh pie and Mr Itw H wave been Recently engaged nthe ttewajpaper buine a Sn Qkla horn Mr Btawart was formerly agagred in the local journaiiatic held and tea many friends among l ouiirill JVWppejr men 1 I SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O Iii- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President 4homas Walsh Vice President1Vllllam Murphy Recording Secretary Thomas P LawlerFinancial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer rThomns Ieennn Sr SergeantatArms Louis Roller Sentinel Dnvld Whelnn DIVISION 2 Meets First nnd Third Friday Red Mens Hall First and Nnrke- t1residentC J Ford Vice President Raymond Barrett Recording Secretary Tim J Stone Financial Secretary John T KenneyTreasurerJoseph Lynch MurphySentinel DIVISION 3IMeets First and Third Thursdays Seventeenth and Main Street- slreshlentPatrlck T Sullivan Vice President Mnrtln Sheehan Recording SecretaryThomas J StevensFinancial SecretaryJohn G lies slonlreasurerDanlel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon SergcnntatArmsJamcs P Stew ens DIVISION 4 Meets MondaysBertrand HennessyVice j + Financial SecreatryThomns JLangan V Recording Secretary John 7 Winn Treasurer IIarryBrady CallnghanOutside Sentinel Michael McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVIULE Meets on the First and Third Tues days nt Pfnus Hall President J G Cold Vice President J B Murphy McGrodJFinancial Secretary J E Cole Jr Treasurer Bernard A Coll FlahertyInside y roc iMACKIN COUNCIL 205 feets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 South Twentysixth JvinneyFirstran1c L LannhanSecond SherleyCunlffRecording Secretary Robert Os borne SecretaryWilliamA Financial Secretary Frank 0 Adams Treasurer Dan Weber Marshal Allen G Wobben Inside SentinelA C Link Outside SentinelJoseph Stewart Il1J1r n Otil J 1bJfIr I i Not Like Certain Doctors I Dr J1 Drouln of St JohnsbnryVti writes iob2JlOT I lID not as certain doctors are antegonietla to proprietary medicine when i know their nine Ai to Pastor Kotnlgs None agoIwho applied for it repeatedly after werdt Hoperffle W V u Sept 6 1907 t1 farmer total often exposed to the rain I was frequently troubled with Rheumatism and ray stomach was also aQlloted The doctors dla ooU of ray case wai indfcMtion Lait taU I wai troubled ffrequently A pata beginning in ray right tide would move towards my stomach and would become so Ticleot that I aoffered as BOeh as a human being could endure for hours at a Sims I then banto take Pastor KoeJg Nerve Tonic aDd after haTlner taken the Art fpooanlltbe pain topped Then I took the rest of the bottle and the pain has neverreturned FRANKliae FREE onNer1vouBDIs8as8s no H Prepared by the RET FATBBR Koune ot PertWajne IndslBoeiW9 and now by tHLJKOENIfi MED CO Chicago 11- 11OO Lake Street i6htILafCOILLNB66 PROVISe FATAL Edward M S uerjic a respected Iwltueforcecnueierlv lV daewlftyr morning He ill 4eversl weeks and hiI dtuthWse Jiol inspected Off cer eauenIK rttrvtved by ht Jtdeal1 lxchUdren Hisfunertlltbok pAce from St kliabbetbs er- divy morning and V S attended by many poUt officer and mourning friends n lordIo the Non Important 01I the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Michael Field a noted basket maker died recently at his home iin Waterford Miss Honor Fnllon died recentlyt Cnstlebar County MayoI at the ag of 105 years Thomas Small a Magistrate nnd draper died recently nt Keady County Armagh The late Arthur Brooke of Killy begs of County Donegal left a estate valued at 35000- T J Duffy a popular resident of CnrrlclnnacrosB has recovered from his recent serious illness Cornelius Nyhan has been selected Master of Clonnkilty workhouse nnd Miss Julia Walsh Matron Koscojnmon people generally re gret the death of Joseph M Hoyden proprietor of the Hoscommon lies sengerHubert McGowan has been appointed as additional town postman of CnrrlckonShnnnon County Leltrlm J Cv Lardner has been nominated to succeed himself as the Nationalist candidilte for Parliament from North Monaghan tanch Dromod near Ballytraln County Louth has been divided Into lots and will be cultivated this com lug spring Iatrick Gormley stepped off n train car in Belfast and was in stantly killed by a car moving in the opposite direction twentylivepopularUlroughont A temperance wave has swept over County Longford and there has been no cases of drunkenness before the Petty Assizes in ninny weeks Rev Henry Boyle lias been transferred from Jlandalstown to Bangor County Down His old parishioners presented him with an illuminated address An explosion of unknown origin wrecked the plant of Graham Broth ers at Caledon County Tyrone John serloukllyinjuredGeorge Frost has been unan imously chosen as a member of the Limerick District Council for the Cratloe division to succeed the lute Capt OBrien nlllscorthyImsCounty Council He hud been n mem ber since the inception of the local government net The election of the Itev DrGIl martin Vice President of Maynooth alproed11 was ordained in 1880 James Gillen was found guilty of manslaughter for the killing of CountyMoungimnthree years penal servitude Fire of unknown origin damaged the general merchandise store of George F Starr at NewtoWnharaiHon Fortunatelyforby insurance yearsMrsCounty Cnvan died recently She re tained her mental faculties to the last and had a distinct recollection 1708ICounty Clare from which Martin Hayes had been evicted was broken into by a crowd und Mrs Hayes was placed in possession again Shots were tired near the house of the man who had taken the evicted farm SAW OLD YEAR DIE Miss Margaret Norton entertained a number of her friends with a watch party on New Years eve at her tome dn Fifth street Shq was assisted In receiving by her mother Mrs William J Norton Among those present were Misses Lillian HattieIIigglnsHeld llM ssrsr Smith Banks IlalnesJosephMr Reid The young people indulged ia games imtk and dancing At midnight a Oelightfiil luncheon was served lttDIBD JN CHXCINNATIi Word was received Iin Louisvillel Monday of the death of Mm Elba beth Molentrraft at her home la Cincinnati The deiceaaed was the mother of Prof Anthony Mole graft organist lll ltonitac elmrchV title city atd df ttio Hey Father Led Molengraftn lk JP Mi sow of Kansas City Thedeceased was aeventyaeyen yeara old and stood high in Qerman Catholic cir del in lncll11l JL i a Iftr Your Furniture wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are largest my prices l- owte and my terms the best t JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street d IBE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky GEHER b SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET SHU TUB CBtHBRATBD NORTH STAR REFRIGERATOR The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combines not a few but all features of practical value that are considered deslr ered desirable in a Gas Range The QUICK MEAL has NO EQUAL I It ranks high In the estimation of the public 1 Ni+ NNNNNOSNNOMONN f SchooCreagers PrincipaliiJ D CREAQER Bookkeeping Penmanship Shorthand Typewriting and kin tdred subjects taught Day and Night Sessions Students enroll at any time Our system has superior advantages have experienced teachers and the nicest quarters of r the business schools in Louisville Call to see us if mayII SECOND AND BRECKINRIDQE 1 NNNN NNONNN i Nf i JM J BANNON P BANNON JR L J VE NEMAN Prit Mgr Vice Pris Tr aj SICillirr t Co INCORPORATED 1hxaanutAOturarr o VITRIFIED PAVING BRICKIFOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS Ofllei 528 West Jefferson Street Works Magnolia Are Bitt 9th ant lOlh Zjp TELEPHONE 373 TELEPHONE 1202 A r tJlt 1 FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET JI 853 SECOND STREET 1 F SULLIVAN Managutt tt HBADQUARTBRS EOR q Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season 1 I 4Labi4 t UUH njMine WIJfMCXAJlPAC C AL KOliE3H 1M k D 345 W tarn StrlLSQ1tJOlpaqia 0-