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FrENTUCKYIRISllii j AMERIcANTVOLUME XXIVNO3 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JANUARY 15 1910 PRICE FIVE CENTS BATTLE ON Electors of Groat Britain nnd Ireland Open Contest Today The Chances Largely In Favor of Victory For the TAb oral Party Tories Fighting For Every Seat to Deplete Nationalist Treasury OCONNOR PREDICTS MME RULE I The great electoral battle in Great Britain and Ireland begins todaytand will continue two weeks Hardly live weeks ago the House of Lords dared to reject the budget offered by LloydGeorge arid adopted by the House of Commons Heavy wagers are being laid oil tie result nnd the shortening of the odds on the Lib erals seems to indicate a close con test for control of the Government In thc late House of Comthons there were 670 members Of this number 370 were Iibernls 157 Con erva tires elght three Irish Na tionalists nnd fiftyfour Laborites As a rule the Irish Nationalists nnd Laborites voted with the Liberals This gave the Liberals a good work ing majority nt nil times llecent statistics show the total r number of electors on the for 1010 is 7705717 an registerII 00270 over 1000 England and Wnles provide 0221782 Scotland 783208 jIII and Ireland 698787 Whether theyII win or lose at the polls the Unionists will make and already have made t the hardest nnd most earnest fight In their annuls for political sunrenmcy I 1 Every constituency in England Scotland and Wales will be contested 1 l by the Tories nnd they will also I contest the seats held by a little group of Irish Liberals In Irclnndas h well as many of the seats represent l ed by Irish Nationalists In this their hopes of securing a strictly i Nationalist sent are either abso i lutely nil or very remote but they pull candidates forward ttt cnujjg John Redmond liand yliJSijfbllowgrfl t great and iweshry1ecpCflsCS l ii f pills will deplete tliefumlsVpf the 4t VhI arev trlcit1gthiJLoIIlci rule hrefl r lf rlIre1nil ItJt i Iiu il zW IiXilbi18l II bel returned unopposed a state things in marked contrast to 1000 en twentyfive Liberals and one tbor member were allowed a walk fcr while only eleven Unionists n of whom were classed as free lers were without opponents I he I slogan of the Liberals is the dGeorge budget and the etoii i Ipr of the House of Lords tjother hand the lories cry for t f reform nnu the creation in Kami of n peasant proprietary I ere can be no doubt that W cry at the Conservatives is thoII stng one It appeals to in ests nUll It need scarcely be fta that to n large extent the tIll ion of selfinterest will de- erlne the vote of ithe manu actjer or the farmer AH far as tarij reform is concerned Lan oashft with its wealth of indus trIes ts thousands of mills nnd JnotoiSs nUll Its immense army of toUers ill be the center of the poIiUoaJstrife In the South nnd In 1 the midinds the Unionists have hopes ofhvinnlng many seats but if i they nrojto win this election they must male heavy inroads in the great industrial constituencies of the NorthA Both sill regard Lancashire as the key to me situation and on the 1 capture of Dnncashlre they are con I centrating the greater part of their 1 forces in- ty IjjDConnpr who is back in I EyigkfndVi has tfken a survey of the Tield and declnkes that the chances for n liberal victoryI and home rule for Ireland are Exceptionally bright 1 GREAT RESPECT Shown Cardinal Gibbons by People ofr Creeds ManYII The respect and attention shown 0CardInal Gibbons bV people of all creeds in Washlngtdn last Sunday is I ain IndicatiOn of good will toward the church It was on the occasion of ills annual visit to St Patricks church While no unajtecable rule has been fixed for this viaitt it has I come to be a general understanding that the Cardinal will journey from I Baltimore to Washington to celebrate maw on the second Sunday In January I Hitherto representative Catholics II have participated in the Deception to ills Eminence but thgreetlnglast Sunday included men oftan creeds r man10ftbem Jdglidn dlplamdle- andpoUUeal circle The OanJiji I arrlTed IB Wartilnglptt Saturday 1eednt and wa tab to tite req- I tory o at1atrI k eburek by tluI paMqr Bevy Itfiher William 1 Buseh1II TiJnUftU1hlgh mae ai 11 belottc but long before thwt hour the pwa iwere filled w ttv diploma jmite 3 men army and nary pfttcera and leaders of thought The ehurcfa vnai Ai nnn jw1tf not large enough the tbroDffandtMre wjwy marl peopl os1de than Inside Thu t church u the dUtihguMMd dig niter1 cot tale ohurch enftred the ancHtwiry the eJI1tAn throngo and remained standing until after he was seated An eloquent sermon was preached toy the Bev Father Edward A Page professor of philosophy at the Catholic University After the mass the Cardinal held a reception in St Patricks rectory andI a luncheon was served Among the guests were the Italian Ambassador the Austrian Ambassador the Min isters from Sweden Chile the Neth erlands and Spain Spqaker Cannon Senators Elkins Aldrich Beverldge Carter Overman and Tnylor Asso cate Justices White and tIcJennn of the United States Supreme Count Representatives Goulden Fernes Fitzgerald and Olcott New YorkI and Ransdell Louisiana Dr M F Egan American Minister to Den mark Charles W Russell AmericanI Minister to Persia a number of high officials of the army und navy and many clergymen and Several Government officers HARD TO BEAT Protestant Minister Talks of Matrimony In Ireland The Irish Fellowship Club of Chicago gave a luncheon Inst Satur day and the chief guest of honor was the Rev T W Davidson pastor of the Lynn Methodist church of Belfast Ireland Dr Davidson was introduced to the club by Judge Marcus Kavanagh In addressing the club Dr Davidson said We hear too much about the dark side of life in Ireland Irelands woes nnd wrongs are too much in everyones mouth There is a sunny side of life in the old country The people there knfow how to enjoy themselves and do it to the full We hear of the decay of Irish Instltu tionsThere is one institution that is not in decay but wlffch seems still In the pristine flush of its vigpr and which supplies never falling joy to Ireland That is the institution of matrimony It gives gnyety to the whole nation People get married in Ireland with enthusiasm and hope In quality and quantity of the product of the institution Ireland never has been surpassed We dont know what race suicide Is- uA sign of the extinction of re ligious nnd political hatreds in Ire land is the friendship between Catholic priests and Protestant min- Isters Formerly it would have been impossible for themjto know each other NoWIt Protestant minister works In public movements jvith CatholicI lergyrncn just jas the4dq here J T1epoLtiahlj hofil sign for- Ireland j Isthal TOlinItuuI Is UOPJI lil1JWdtQ lll1 trllt th 1Irn9 n1 rybUr llhcrn 1y tl efJ i f r Irelands lasting goal Tt ought to be recognized that this is the case and that the door of hope is open Dotter days are coming for Ireland CHANGE DATES And Quarters Tor Benefit of Division 3 and Its Members Although the weather was Ills agreeable the attendance nt the meeting of Division 3 A O IT on Thursday evening of last weelc was large President Patrick T Sulllvnn occupied the chair It wns the firt meeting of 1010 mill all present had valuable suggestions to offer John Martin anti John Morris who had been ill were reported back at vork while Tlwimns Callahan and Tames Horan were reported as much unproved County President Welsh was also reported as much improved State President George J Butler acted as installing officer and made the ceremony quite impressive President Sullivan made an address in which lie promised to do nil in his power to make Division 3 prosper lie urged the members to assist him to the best of their ability Each of the other officers made able and thoughtful talks It was decided to engage the Red Mens Hall northwest corner Nineteenth and Portland avenue for fur J ther meetings and to vchnnge the meeting nights from the first nnd third Thursdays to the first and third Mondays The change will be operative on the first Monday in February Thomas Kennedy flheof the old est members of the division made an address that elicited applause Others who spoke briefly were Pat rick T Mullen John Hesslon Thomas Noon Martin Sheehan Pflti rIcK Begley James Stevens and Hugh Ilourlgan Cigars were passed during the evening and all enjoyed the smoker l FITZGERALD WON The first pnrtyless election IiIj Boston was held on Tuesday I resulted in the election of former Mayor John F Fitzgerald who re ceived 46068 votes mil nearestt opponent received 1225 yates less Mr Fitzgerald is the owner and1 editor of the Boston Republic I V Catholfc wceWS journal IIeil1- lMre as Mayor for four yearsI torror his leiuilnJ opponent jg- a banker aI1lTpp W OJt nutonlI prom innt burinw men Mayor nibberil f the incumbent wa a candidate tor iireelectionnfflcV but Wcaijwft lue want lanInabrwment of lilhadmbR tratlonI lIeftc t ed tiOOvot- eEiLTiMNP I lItWIL miring liecember 1809 the ibb ufumirthe Catholte Knlgt of Amerku was nevtntjrfoHT This makes t nceltnt lIhowfDt for the relosig mouth of the yea SATOLLI Dead Is Honored as In Life by Catholics and People America First Papal JDelcgnte to This Country Has Passed Away Coupled Devotion Witli Diplo macy and Stntcsnmnslilp in Career WHAT LEADING PRELATES SAY I f ills Eminence Cardinal Satolli died in his palace nt Rome early last Saturday morning Ills death had been expected for several weeks yet the news of lila demise caused general regret throughout the Catholic world Pope Pius X was the friend and admirer of Cardinal Satolli nnd when he learned that he was dying sent him the Papal bless lag Cardinal Snitolll was born near Perugia Italy in 1830 As a boy he was devout yet ambitious to learn He was a great friend of the late Leo XIII even before lie became Pope In 1888 he was created titular Bishop of Lepanto and canon of St John Lnteran In 1803 Pope Leo sent Monsignor Satolli to the United States sis lila representative to the Worlds Congress of Religions nt the Columbian Exposition in Chicago So Well dill lie acquit himself ns a diplomat lhat Pope Leo XIII made hut the first Papal Delegate to the United States In filling this im J portant post he showed rare diplo I matic skill anti straightened ontjj ninny tangles between Church and State Upon his recall to Rome he was created Cardinal and was made Prefect of the Congregation of StudiesOne of the Rome correspondents has hail thin temerity to say tImtI Pope Plus X would not have accepted i the Papacy had it not been for the advice of Cardinal SatpllJ 4itiJi other correspondent writes that the deceased prelate made his will under datfC of Time 25 nail that his entire 1 estate Is left Co aVeliVivXv This il1ljrit t the VlU in ccinplinuc- ewithtintlauys I of the Italiati- iiientPbiit r 1 19 privsutd lhstrp tI1Sve e J tt m f lJg he 1IItto divhdt1n- iTi1rol tYq ga te JLl e Ml lt1 ecclesaastlctil insututions nnd charities This la not like Cardinal Safolll nor like any other Catholic church man who are sticklers for obedience to the law in whatever land they find it The purport of the will is more probably the effort of a space writer in Rome who is utterly lack Ing knowledge of the Catholic church and its teachings When Cardinal Gibbons heard of Cardinal Satollis death he said America has lost n great friend and the church n great defender The Most Rev John Ireland Arch bishop of St Paul heard the news of the Cardinals death from news JaIler reporters Re said In the heath of Francis Satolli the College of Cardinals loses a distinguished member the Catholic church a devoted servant the United States n sympathetic mill faithful friend I am deeply grieved at his IleathIArchbishop John M Fancy gave out this statement I personally feel very sorry for the death of Car dinal Satolli I hart known him since he first came to this country and enjoyed his friendship to the end rI consider ithai the United States has loft n great friend in the passing of thb Cardinal He understood the country anti its institutions very thoroughly and hind the greatest respect for them Plus Archbishop also referred to Hip kjnd treatment American visit ors in Rome always received nt tIle hands of the late Cardinal nOME FOR AGED I Catholic Women of Cincin nati Make Move For Charity Valuable property has been Secured In Cincinnati as the site for a permanent home for aged widows and men The work lending up to the latest development has been ptislied byanumberof prominent CI thollc ladles of Cincinnati It has the full approval pf Arc iIlp Moeller The site is in that part of the city known as Mt Auburn T3ie instituidon will be incorporated Those who have the YOrK in 1nlllrln propose to condilct it along nonsectarinti lines Uppiv the pay iiient of a stipulated sum the aged person will IK provided with a home while life lasts Archbisliop Mocller will have fujl supervlsion of the enterprise r It ls poslbl lt the newly creaoted inatttutiwi will beread for thumlsaion by Mat 1 improvement eo ting 3000 yriai be made imme dla11t Many prominent rwident of roe Queen City Kare promised to kid in the equipment of jht home While thoae behind the moyiinent hate an option on the property noW tlH prilihhPty da that li jll lie purchased ouiright PRnllNDLX itHf1- I 0 The Cincinnati branch of the FHenAl gonn of St Patrick feeld nit anniul tection lat Saturday etnlisg The stteudee was u- nn tig 3 Job O OCoD J +tw Y i 1j t n ti fr nell presided at the social session The following officers were elected President Maurice J Richmond First Vice President James P Orr Second Vice President George E Bryan Financial Secretary E JJ Polly Recording Secretary John Doyle Treasurer HenryftT CnlnI A J Conroy Joseph Klnnoary John J Munley Thomas II Graydon and A C Gilllgan were named tto arrange for the annual banquet on St Pat ricks day HONOR FORCED J Edward J OBrien Again King of the Tobacco World r i Edward J OBrien has x been honored again by election as President of the Louisville Leaf Tobacco Exchange Mr OBrien held the officeII I several years nnd then resigned ona account of private interests lie was succeeded Inst year by W 0 Head who hits since been elected Mayor urgedtoyearbutJust as Louisville is the leathiiio tsMrbuyer and expert of the world lieoknows all about dt from the time Its planted until itjjbe0omes a coinc erlngasIlI lJ cBxcllange or ejeii iticcemivetterms Mr imr1eJt ears agob tlWlr tstiili fOr1reeheet iono lll t rtI n p sJ iied ill thenJrtllt rlIHlclnPfJ1fI1c to4iii ilechina 1 llaIB gjii dbt thet1lm JIEOKXT DEATHS t lUll funeral of Miss Bridget Cain who died nt the residence of her sister Mrs Eph Devoir 820 Franklin street on Wednesday morning took on1fh1rsda1 I was twentyeight years oldmMrs Agnes Michael died nt herchome 1741 High street on Wednesday morning mill her funeral took I place from St Patricks church yes t terday The deceased was forty years old and Iis survived by her husband Jacob Michael millone childtiMrs Ellen Brown nn aged andorespected resident of St Patricks parish tIled nt the family residence southeast Corner of 1Eighteenth and High streets early Saturday morn IJamespopular in tIle West End The fu neral took place from St Patricks church on Monday morningo Mrs Margaret Dtiddy a venerable member of St Cecilias parish died nt her home 2417 Griffiths nvenlie on Sunday morning The deceased Was seventy years old and her death Was due to the ailments attendant Upon old age Three sons and two daughters survive her The funeral which was well attended took place from St Cecilias church on Tuesday morning h Louis E Blum an art glass de signer died at his lHome 040 South Third 1 street on Tuesday morning after n lingering illness He is sur vlved by his mother Mr Caroline mum a brother Frederick Blum antI one sister Mrs Jacob Frame ofu Toledo The funeral took pieceii from the Cathedral on Thursday morning and was attended by many relatives nnd friends I I St Patricks parish lost A Ven erable member latet VeeJIn the death of Mrs Margaret ONeill of 1784 Beard street Site was a native of JreJandr tout hid lived more than fifty yearn in St Patricks parish She Is survived by two children John rONelll and Mrs Daniel Hawley and one sIster Mrs Mary Ryan The large attendance at the funeral attested her popularity J TfEW BISHOP NAMKD Authentic messages frotnitnine- besr the intelllgBnc tl4ftt nevi Father Joseph Jf Priee DD1of North Britlni aMi iilaI been lp noiftfed DIM p of tIhIflVf01 J Thfe s hiss b en Yacamfc rfnee the dU of Bishop kUcliand on D e mber W loot nIiATltAT TBLIi dTV I Peter Werner a WlL known rca I Ident oi Tell GUy Ind and prom Neni In the Cktbolic Xnlght elf Ainerioa lied at his hon e In tliSM city on Monday HIII fonexa took plao from the OaCatlioHcphurch and tJa onDftODuetbat Ktiended at t 4d 1 popularity of the 4we op SCIONS Of Traitors to Irelands Cause Are the Present Irish Lords Descendants ot Scoundrels Who Sdltl Their ColIntr3Are Peers Not One ot the ixventyElght Were Meinuers of Catho lic Church DO NOT REPRESENT NATION Students of Irish history well re IarIanientInyears ago by bribery fraud and force Do they remember that there was not a Catholic member of that thatlarltamentand while some of them were noble patriots the majority were glud to Jinve n country to sell for titles and honors in tne British Service Lord Casllerengh the chief conspirator soon after the net of union passed cut his own throat Did wasIre I Unfortunatelyfordiiifnot follow suit Many of them have lescemlnnts in the present House of Lords Tlie English House of Lords as a legislative institution is totally un like and apart from the many second chambers known to the parlia ments of the world It is distinctly English at was created in England nd for England If England wants Lords who have power to regulate taxation the choice is her ownfOn the other hand 1ms 103 representatives in the English Mouse of Commons nnd they are elected bylthe people of Ireland whether they l serve the countrys interests or- therwise anti Ireland under the actII of union of 1800 is also represented I by twentyeight Peers in the House f Lords The original twentyeight were by nil the titled persons in Ireland immediately after the pass age of that act 110 years ago Since 4 the twentyeight Lords have ee the representatives of their wfl order as n natural consequence ot a man among them lies ever been in sympathy with the people of he countryot one on the list could secure nn election to n District Council or a Poor Law Board Yet these are the peoples representn tives in the House of Lords Lord Dunboyne is a junior Thither of the Ormoml family Lord Inchiquln is an OBrien anti Lord Mayo n Burke nnd related to the limo1s Lord Clanrickarde Nugent is the family name of Lord West meath nnd n Dillon Is now Lord Clonbrook Lord Dunnlleys an- tstor who sold his country for a Peerage was Harry Pirtle Rowley Is the family name of Lord Long ford Richard French wns the first Lord Ash town The first Lord CnHtlemnine was William Hnndcock The present Lord is his descendant ud the family still owns property j near Athlone These are only a few f the scions of the treacherous twentyeight Tho instruments of corruption in 1800 lire well represented in blood nnd character among the present rish Peers Whatever may result ront Englands battle against her Barons bold no one need mistake Irelands feelings toward her share f the House of Lords PLAN BAZAR St Cecilias Parish Work- Ing l For Completion of Church 1Illri1hIbenefit of the new church It will be held from April 4 to tinnil Mackln Council has generously given the use of its club rooms for the entire seven lnJIIJhe Rev FatherI ArJ Brady is very much pleased i with the manner 1in which his par Ishloners have taken hold of the workThe aikrutlve Committee is mO upnslfollows Oharle So Raidy Chairman Walter Adams Secretary William Kerberg George J Butler Frank Patierle John T Klhney August G Weber George Reckten whld ThomAs Aulsbro ok ij ti d from the Altar Society MeMhimcs Jphh Carr ami Charles Jacqiicsf from the Young Ladies Sodality Misses B Riordan and Mary Canroyand MecA Agnes Jncqueg and Xellle 6pdaJtrThetheir willingness to assist sitt the baser are Maokin Council Altar So ciety Young Ladies Sodality St Josephs Sodality and the St V- IeeRtd Paiil Society The 6t Jotthe Sodality whIch is made IIP of the younger girls will have phfiTffe of the coilntry Store Although the nw t Cecilias church In now Under roof it V1tJItie autmnn before the Interior deeqr tloiiii anti niblll lMiMnt arfi eowi tinted TJm for the parirfilonwJi have nTot i Ctfl ostei cent qtctc the parinli r rgATIitl 11 DId you kpowr tlMii nix learf liipced 1r mth tin ai eonimlttev waa appointed io MltIIitI1Iut- he original thirteen eolonien of the United State until lie adoption It is the truth On July 4 1776 Con gress appointed Benjamin Franklin John Adams and Thomas Jefferson to prepare a device which should be known ns the Great Seal of the Unitdd States On June 20 1782 the report of this committee was adopted It was described as folk lows Palewnys of thirteen pieces argent and gules n chief azure the escutcheon on the breast of the properholdingbranch and in his sinister n bundle of thirteen arrows In his beat n scroll with the motto K Plwribus Unuin Crest A glory breaking through a cloud proper and stir rounding thirteen stars GREAT EUCHRE For Benefit of St Anthony Hospital Now Being Plannecf A mammoth f euchre for the bene fit of St Anthonys Hospital will beheld at Phoenix Hill Park on Wednesday anti Tlmrsdny January 20 and 27 The Franciscan Sisters who conduct this hospital have done Un astonishing vork for charity each year anti each recurring year enlists their efforts anew More i than half of their patients are withIout means Each year the goorI people of Louisville attend a euchre or bazar to help the good work I along h openedInsome building cost 150000 The lotII 1S bought anti the building paid I or on borrowed money Combining rnre business qualities with the practice of strict economy Hie Frau oiscan Sisters have been able to pay originaldebtSewing Society have ben the main stay of the Franciscan units in nil their trials antI tribulations This society is now promoting the euchre to be held at Phoenix lull Inrkbb repntntlonforCatholic people of Louisville The gentlemen who nre assisting thell ladies in mnking the euchre a sue cess will meet at 3 oclock tomorrow I afternoon at St Antlwnys lOllII pitnl All interested in the project are invited to attend FERVENT PRAYER I c I Offered by Archbishop of Boston When Court Opened r i i i TJfis Bostofl Hibernian sny1iiiI The prayer at 4 the opening of the Superior Civil Court Wednesday January 3 wns offered by Archbishop OConnell It wns the first occasion In the history of the county when this duty was performed by a prelate of the Catholic church When court was opened there were on the bench Chief Justice Aiken with Archbishop OConnell on his right Judge Brown Judge Dana Judge Fox Judge Harris and Judge White The Archbishops prayer was ns follows Almighty Father Eternal God hear us We thy creatures humbly acknowledge thy law by which the whole universe is governed anti the justice of thy judgments upon our actions live ns the light 0 Lord to un derstnnd thy ordinances nnd the I strength to obey them that peace 1 nnd order the blessed fruit of thy Government tony fill the land with benedictions nnd that o lawgiving I and lawabiding people may give I glory to thy Holy Name Tench us in thy wonderful ways the lessons of compassion ns Well as righteousness so that mercymay temper justice and charityiuay l soften chastisement Let all human Weakness remindl us of our own fillnjn so that while duty compels us to denounce law I lessness in our hearts we may acknowledge our own defects Grant us 0 Lord thy guidance to under stand what js just anti give to the people the love of pence anti order We humbly ask thy blessing In the name of thy Son Jesus Christ ourI Lord who taught us to say Our Father who nrt in heaven hallowed by thy name Thy kingdom come thy will be done on earth as It Is In heaven Give us this tinyour daily bread and forgive us ojir trespasses as we forgive those who trespass ngnlnst us And lead us not Into temptation but deliver Xis from all evil Amen The sentiment is broad cpough to suit any American anti at the sane time it has the marka of unity sanctity catholicity and apostoliclty FATALLYINJJ ED Patrick Gormelly twentytwo years old was run over anti killed by n train in the ii and N yards at Eart Loulsvlle last Wednesday even Ing The deceased had just ob tamed employment as a switchman and wns aKwork less juan an Jour whoa tIm accident occurred Hcf was twentytwo years old and camp from Irfland ifo Loulsvlile three years Biro JJeb survived by lhis parents who live In Ireland antI one brother Thomas Oonnley a swHchman in the employ eifthe Ianl N The funeral txjakfipkce from St Johns church Friday jnornlivg1 Q o RKADYt Cincinnati members of Jl edXof A have organised a Nashville Club Us puirPoae Jiii to get a many knights iii poeatbla to attend the Supreme cpnTfutloh Wlii K ivtlI a Hinbla tthe Tenneai e capital ext May A doe trip en routa will carry the club to Mammoth Cave Loulsvlll Knights might try a Nashville Club with good results I PROSPEROUS fr Year Just Closed and New Ono Is Qpoiicd With Grand Eclnt Th iyConfersx Members Nevi Officers Are Installed end Several Able Addresses Hade SEVERAL CLERGYMEN PRESENT h N St ilehlitsrmofasylum Frankfortand Sundn1afoferlloonsixtyfirstatunuial nowillustrIousLouisvilleftltlinllnnuembershipexceedg The growing keptandclothedheatth WestelmnnnhadtJlmassemblywhonhiutithe in rnnkGandro11 TreasurerEdwardreportslowlnggain of 2000 in the treasury Both applaudedVice pvcstnted hisdiplomaseryIceMrlarprhuig emotionsay a IisloalAngemeierconstituted the Auditing Committee reported the books well kept nnd praised the fiscal officers for theiruntiring devotion to duty presenteddiplomas ttwentyfive oftheEchusnerPaul FerdinandPartusehSchoo Frank Simon Herman Thle StIhonifacebramicliliphoniasIenryPeterwerUI TTKnellnJosephWllmeler Knapphenry WJ11lam St AntlonysJJen Bloomer Vnl HenryIsingSchneider Generous applause greeted each titan as he walked forward to get his diploma The next thing in order was the installation of new officers They were President Joseph hubbuch Sr Vice President H II HenryGutle mlertWhen President Hubbuch assumed the chair he was greeted with round nflter round of applause He nihda an earnest and forceful talk thatstirred his henrem Vice President AftertheJaUierEngelbertlain of St Josephs Orphan Asylum congrnhajofltothe lope that all would reassemble at the next annual meeting and that meanwhile no man would sever lila 1cmGodRev Father B I II Weeter nan pastor of Si Marys church said the care of the orphans was the greatest work in tJie world He spoke feelingly null forcibly of what St Josephs Orphans Sooidty had slxtyonemembers on the results attained JUACKIK COUNCIL VVIII Haves Royal Brttle Over Membership Contest c Jlackln Council lucid n well ftt withPresidentchair Only one member Albert listAwaRtnkenroutine business Charles S Raidy reported in behalf of St Cecilias Baser Committee and his report Inade every member feelIIthat he was helping to build the 0 new church openaeampalgnfor Lanhaulml Sherley Qimlff were Q appointed captains ito wage the wa fare JSadi captain will chorHK nine J lbrlnrieeii to be1 one of the aer neol1teIt in the history of the ourwUI i iIngioOOwgoes ahoy 3rrytl ri1W WteHfc aVj r hahodbat ff neron to 0 hI foe after thp victory Is woe The ihis1iaam will bare three 0 moutfea to t ttle in Ir n K UOKY iisii AJM3 ZCLtS KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGftN iterated to the Social and Moral AdviKemement of Irish Amerlcus and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens I Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc i Bntertd at th Loulivlllo PoitoHIc is Secondda ntttir Address all CoHmailcatleni to Ike KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN31921 Weit Qreei St C LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JANUARY 15 1910 VERY TIMELY ADVICEI San Francisco Catholics assemblei in their Cathedral on the eve of nle new year to take part in thanksglv ing services The Bight Rev D J OConnell Coadjutor to ArchblShoi Riordan preached the sermon Illi sermon while addressed to the peo pie of San Francisco is applicable to the whole world this part of it at least While nm ng men as man Ito man nothing is more common fhar gratitude yet it Is strange that we find so much indifference when it comes to offering gratitude to God Men think of Him as being too faraway to occupy Himself with us But He is not far from us for we live move and have our being Iin Him We live in God as fishes live in the senwe are immersed in Him Our relations to God are not external they arc internal- In all disappointments sorrow social life or the more intimate home life ther is nothing more vile more repulsive than ingratitude Ingratitude is something abnormal that is found only in the heart oi the conceited man Have we any power of knowing and feeling that God is with usJ St Paul says we do In our soul we see God not face to face as in a mirror but in all the intelligence energy and conscience we possess We are made in his likeness We I live in the light of Gods counten ance and He is always looking into U our soul Without Him there is no light He is not a force of nature but a personal God Let us give thanks for the blessings He has con ferred on our city and its people let us wipe out every stain every heartache and begin the new year with a heart that is clean and light Can any Catholic refuse to offer thanks as offered by Bishop OCon nell Will not nIl say amen to hIs- I resolution to begin the year arlghtV PIXCHOT A PIONEER Very often in fact too often tllC man with n grievance who Is dis missed from service waits until aftei he is discharged before he tells his troubles This happens in many lines of business An official of the United States Government has set all p good example He told his troubles first and got fired afterward Gifford Pinchot is a sort of pioneer in this line He has money of hIs own His flmllygnve many thousands of dollars to found a College of Forestry at Yale Unii versity Pinchot gives every evidence that he was a thorough American1 JUt too democratic in hIs manner to hold the approval of Aldrich Lodge and others of that ilk He was a student at Yale as was President Taft Both belonged to the same Yale senior society but Pinchot showed up what he believed to be rottenness The President wanted him to keep ptill Pinchot refused and was dismissed Does anybody doubt that the sympathies of the people of the United States are with the recently removed Eorester I V MISTAKEN PHILOSOPHY Mrs T P OConnor previous to her marriage to her distinguished husband was a Texas widow She has espoused the cause of woman suffrage in England and in her a language seems to be as wild and unbroken as anything that roams the Texas plains Hear Mrs r OConnor In England we have tried per Vuaston Well meaning women worked for years with gentle meth ods and no attention was paid to them This ISR vulgar age but it Is better to be a vulgar arid success ful woman then an unsuccessful lady That may be philosophy in Eng land tiR America tile average man has no respect for a vulgar female whether she be an unsuccess ful lady or a sueceMful woman U DBFENDINO KBKBNS CotJmenthlgon the appointment of Richard C Kerentof Wiwpurl U Aibassdqr to u+nthe Jrlsh i v Standard pi MinHMpoll IMM this tot ThWM who c w1Uo1ardJ Kerens t of St Louis reoenbl- yAmb4ssIorappointed to Austria Hungaryapk Tilglily of him Thu patriotUro In Deyond tju44o top L lie iwrvVd t1ur Union ik ite lvH wari anti became Colonel of his regiment President Taft mad an appropriate appointment lot lrarea 1 S Catholic nndhe is going to represent the country at a Catholic court Senator Henry Caliot Lodge of Massachusetts is the only man reported displeased at the honoi conferred upon Kerens Were that narrow Puritan in Tafts place Kerens would Stay at home Lodge is mentioned for the Court of St James to succeed Whitelaw Reid The Irish of the Old Bay State should enter a vehement protest against such on appointment He is far Worse than ReFd who only spent his money lavishly in entertaining the British aristocracy Lodge is small bigot who boasts of his AnglonII Saxonism and has no use for superior races like the Germans and the Irish He has dabbled in literature and poses as a historian God save America from such literary snobs as this graduate of Harvard PILING UP DEBT Gov Wlllson in lila message to the Legislature announced that the State was facing a deficit of 2000000 In a spirit of economy I the Senate promptly created new offices None of the twelveII dais are to receive more tiny Nor is this nfl Both Senator and Representatives are daily intro ducing bills creating new offices clUes counties and State InII For Instance Senator Arnett has offered a bill creating the office of yearIl1lemember i Senator offers a bill creating theII i office of detective to Common iI wealths Attorneys In cities of the second class and fixing the salaries I at 1200 a year Mr Arnett also I offers a bill providing for a State boiler inspector at a salary of 2400III a year and a State hotel inspector at 1500 WIlY not create offices State snow ball inspector or ofII hailstone inspector They wouldI be just as useful as the offices suggested by Senator Arnett ADVICE WORTH HEEDING The Missionary an esteemed contemporary gives this good ad- vIce Never read an insult to your faith an assault upon Christian I virtue an inspiration of your honor as a servant of Christ without at once sending a letter or at least a I post card to the publisher insisting that he has wronged you and humanity and God This is a small price to pay for your indulgence in the pleasure of reading If you will not pay it perhaps you will later have to pay the price of losingJ your faith and your soul But if you do protest if only nil the Catholics in AmerIca protested doubtless this would purchase the redemption of our nge The press is our master I our slave our most intimate asso late our liberator our despot our enjoyment our punishment It isI very likely to prove our ruin But through the persevering expression of righteous wrath on the part of enlightened Catholics it can become our salvation In these times there is scarcely a day that some insult to the church is not found in the columns of thei i doUr papers A united protest from Catholics would revolutionize thei daily news f FEDERATION GROWS APACE The American Federation of Catholic Societies has made wonderful trides in membership and good rorks during the past year The irganizaUon has the unanimous support of the American hierarchy and Archbishops find Blshops are torn sendIng its members for the good work done individually and col ectively Tile Right Rev Tames A tfcFaul Bishop of Trenton who has fupportcd the movement from its Incipiency suras up the organization In rthds wise The clergy and laity of America have laid the foundation of a great apoatolate of Jhe laity which will grow stronger as the years roll by CAPITAL PUNISmiBXT Senator Hermann TTewcomb has ntroiluccd aWll calculated to reVO Jutlonite Ute manner df inflicting iej death penalty in Kentucky lila blU proir11sl for electrocution ia I UMti of inaugfay The measure erne with tJt ah appropriation for Jor the liiwtrtlatlon ftllertTOOO eleotrIod apparatus aM qulpment cd 4h duMb ebainlwr utlOQ1Dpltal pllDlbmeui than hangtof The man tl troet d may make a prettier corpSe than the man wholle life is choked opt by a rope but i there any humanity in Inflicting the death penalty at al- liiEir4Ss PEOPLE Kentucky legislators should re member that they are assembled li Frankfqrt to abolish bad laws as well as to enact good ones The majority of the Representatives and Senators are lawyers There is 1B- lot of latent wisdom lurking in lawyers and about as much honesty as can be found among any set of- men hut unfortunately lawyers a- very human Many of them maki no use of their wisdom and treat their honesty with criminal neg ligencc Dr Charles P Granfield First Assistant Postmaster General recommends thirty days annual leave of absence for clerks and carriers Sn postoffices of the first and second class He makes a strong nrgumen In its favor Those who know low hard the local clerIcs and carrIers work Indorse the recommendation Caruso was unable to sing for the benefit of the new Italian hosplta in New York but he sent his check I for 2000 It has been said tllnt money talks Now it loOksl like Caruso makes it sing SIGN OF CROSS Played an Important Par In American Civil War It Is known to perhaps very few Americans that the sign of the cross has played a very important part Iin the history of our civil war Yet It saved a whole detachment of Con federate troops and did much in deI ciding the battle of Bull Run July 1861 It was on the eve of the 121 struggle for the control of the vicinity of the national capital Gen Smith was too late to receive the password He knew that any at tempt to approach his own l1rmI in darkness would expose his division to a murderous fire while If he tar ned till morning he would certainly fall into the hands of the Federal army To save his men he asked Iit oneot them would willingly face death for his comrades Without n Word a young soldier stepped before the ranksAre aware the General asked of the danger to which you are exposing yourself IIGeheral1 am you will not get through alive They will shoot yu I know it IGeneral then wrote on a piece of paper Send me the countersign Gen Smith This he handed to the young man and ordered him to bear It to Beaure gard He thought if the man Iis shot down at least the note will be foundOur young hero draws near the sentryHalt Who goes came from the guardFriend was the answer IFriend was demanded hero advanced without re ply In an Instant six guns wereI pointing at his heart word our hero made a large sign oflthe cross upon his breast and muz1IaS made by this brawe Catholic sol dier was the countersign ordered for the day by Beauregard a Catholic General GIFTS FROM INDIANS InlSllOP Walsh of Portland was received in private fllnelPope Plus X recently and tained for an unusually long TIle visitor from Maine presented tIle Pope with several baskets and other articles of skilled and inter I sting workmanship which were made by Indians llvinpr within Ihs diocese of Portland His Holiness was much pleased with the gifts FUND FOR INDIANS Returns from the Society for the Preservation of the Faith Among Indian Children for 1009 show a gain of 067088 over the receipts for 1908 The good record of the past year has lit up a ray of hope in the hearts of the depending missionaries and their friends yet the indebted ness of the Indian Bureau to the schools is 33000 Better things are hoped for this earIAUXILIARY HISHQPS DEATH The Right Hev John Brady D DOl Auxiliary Bishop of the Boston arch diocese died at his residence in South Boston on Thursday of last week Death followed a recent paralytic stroke Bishop Brady was consecrated titular Bishop fJJJ AlabandV on August 5 1891 His duties confined him almost con tinually to South Boston COVINGTON CONSULTORS aeslRlshopnext three yearjis Very Rev F Broswirt V G Rev W Htewwin nevS SehiriM Rev W Ca winder Rev J L Gorev and Hev J CuiwcK GUKAT OBLTIQ LIBRARY 0The I chkJfllof the late Prof WiiUJer Stoke who was profei or uf ph4iceiat Dublin University barnI- vanri his U1irarfof Celtic literature blob iIraahtI to be the finest nrc lattretoLondo llJllv nltYIi JfATHBK KKLL8KN1BARS ILL The Rev Father Ambrose C P t Saowl lLeart B tkt I1Is at Union wri sttindleg to the duties of the 1I Father lellerneara who hs Ii obUffd to go to Hot Spring Ark for WQ health0 Cc t THE GRBEN AND GOLD 0The green and gold what wealth untold Of memrles dear lie hidden here If we but pause to meditate Oer winged fancys broad slate 4 Memrles of youth bright days forsooth From out the past come trooping fast Sweep oer me bearing swift along With rushing tireless ceaseless throng Back through those days and now I gaze The Tell upheld tile mists dispelled Far down the vista of the years Where youths light heart carefree appears O youth that feels the high ideals Of manhood rare do you now bear The memry of that noble aim Accounted more itlmn earthly fame 0 gallant ones St Xaviers sons May all of you prove ever true And faithful to those colors old The hopeful green the loving gold John E Klein St Xavlers College m S GIETV I Miss Lillian Murphy has had as her guest Miss Fee Cokendolpher of BloomtledIMiss Margaret Hayes has returnee home after spending several Week with friends in Chicago t Miss Minnie Murray who has beet visiting in Chicago is expected to return to Clifton this week Mrs rary Morgan of 033 West Oak street has returned from ivIsit to friends In Cincinnati Tames P Hannon who suffered i I n severe attack of grip tins recoverec I sufficiently to resumehls duties Mr and Mrs Bernard Watheri of Beechmont have gone to Martins rifle Ind to spend several weeks I Miss Louise Wntlien of Lebanon has been visiting Misses Lillie and Minnie Kcarns of South Louisville Mrs Eugene Broderlek has re turned to Crescent Hill after A pleas ant visit to her parents at Fairfield Miss Blanche H Tierney of 1119 West Broadway has returned front a pleasant sojourn in Meade county Miss Mneme Kcaney of C01 Wes Oak street entertained her brldp club on Friday evening of last week Mrs Tames Leary of Oakdale has returned from Tyronza Ark and is accompanied by her sister Mrs mil la1In Mr and Mrs T Kj Higglns have returned to Jeffersontown after e visit to her father Charles Bryan 01 Chicago I Irs Toe Bruner and Miss Minnie Flaherty hnvq returned to Fair field after n pleasant visit to friends in this city Miss Lydia jfiravcs daughter of Mr and Mrs John C Graves has been ill durlnlrthe past week anti an attack of grip Mrs Sudie Hellon of 1C02 Dumes nil street who has been very 1111s I much improved anti her friends are gratified nt her recovery I I101m Smltll71ineman for Ule Home Telephone Company who re ceirtly sustained serious injuries by I falling from a polet is able to be out and at work R Montfort Reilly has returned to Rose Polytechnic Institute after spending the holidays with his grandmother Mrs Mary OConnor of West Broadway I Irs M Josephine Relsz who has v seriously il at her home 600 State street New Albany shows signs of improvement this week to I the gratification of her family and friends Neil ONeill jMcDevitt Is one of tIle youngest and most promising mem parlsllnois the first son of Nell McDevltt Jr of South Seventh street Frank Martin who spent the Christmas holidays in Louisville with his parents Mr and Mrs Alfred Martin of East Gray street has re turned to St Charles College Elli cott City Md to resume his studies Miss Estclle Gorman and Wllflam IT Blanford were united in marriage at St Cecilias church on Tuesday afternoon the Rev Father A JBrady officiating After a wedding trip to Chicago Mr and Mrs Blan ford will be at home to their friends at 2131 Portland avenue lhe- IbrldeiB the daughter of Mri and Gorman The for tunate groom is employed by the Louisville Sewer Commission and is a son of Deputy Jailer Eugene llat ford DANCE FOR CILUUTi Twelve popular young ladies of the southwestern section of the city have arranged to give a dance for a worthy charity at Nadorffs naIl Eighteenth and Kentucky streets text Tuesday evening The young I lAdles nteffeted are Miaseji Elnora S nn JJoutae Lacher Henrietta Ever Lorine Meacliel Mayme Otto France Wolz Afayme Brotege Catherine S wij Bertha Miller Agnee Bartoeli tlThS Welin and Victoria Nadorff Thin hours will be from 8 oclock unttl midnifeht Prof Sehmeci7 orohietra will furnish the music A delightful evening fa preih leed all who mttend SAM MNGLISH H LANDS IJ flam Xnffllftk has beeR appointed M Hty Couatar AtMiior tonuocaed James WDtywl cUed Iat- eak Mr njIIIIt lies had expert nee In the Qvamty AMMsors office aDd hU pp rf0tm twill prove popular POSTPONED Installation of Division 4s k Officers Has Been Delayed Division 4 A 6 H held a well at nightPresident pied the chair Owing to the absence of County President P J Welsh the installation of officers was post poned Indefinitely Michael Mcllugh Charles Callahan John Phelan and Treasurer Harry Brady were re pouted ill On account of the heavy drain on the treasury during the past year the Finance Committee recommended several means of curtailment of expenses in 1910 The suggestions of the committee were adopted and Division 4 is looking forward to a prosperous yea- rW1LL ATTENDED RellKious Exercises Honor the Holy Name of Jesus The retreat for men in honor of the Holy Name of Jesus which be gan at St Louis Bertrands church on Wednesday evening will conclude tomorrow morning when nil those attending the devotions will receive holy communion at the 0 oclock massFather Ripple who is conducting the retreat is an earnest and force ful Dominican He has a message to deliver and he does not hesitate In delivering it The number of men attending the devotional exercises increased each night and the large attendance at the masses at 530 has been extremely edifying There will be no sermon this evening DAVID RElLLY Elected Assistant Secretary of Divis- Ion 4 A O H PRESIDENT GREETS KNIGHTS The National Board Of Directors of the Knights of Columbus held its first quarterly session of the year in Washington D C this week On Monday the members of the Board were presented to President Taft who spoke pleasantly of his personal relations with the Knights wIllie in the Philippines and expressed his pleasure nt the growth and success of the order WOULD FILL THE BILL William Ryan more fnmiliarlj known as Babe Is being prominently mentioned as a possible umpire in the American Association His numerous friends here ore urg ing his appointment by President Chivington Babes work ns umpire at the Portland park last season brought him into prominence OFFICERS INSTALLED St Marys Branch of the C K of A Installed oficers on Monday night The attendance was large and the members were pleasantly surprise by a visit from State Secretary Will lam T Meehan and staff Next Monday night Blanch 25 will meet to install officers at Si Johns Hall Clay and Walnut streets- MACAULEYS THEATER A Gentleman From Mississippi is the title of William A Bradyi drama that will be presented nt Macaulcys Theater during the fIrst halt of next week The usual mat Inee will be given on Wednesday During the latter half of the week Grace George will present A Womans Way- PRIESTS MOTHER ILL The Rev Father John OConnell pastor of St Augustines church in Tcffersbnville has returned from Cairo 111 where he spent two weeks at the bedside of his venerable mother who was critically 111 Mrs OConnells condition is somewhat improved but she is not yet out of danger I MOTION PICTURES The chunge from lurid melodrama to motion pictures has been delightful tl the old time patrons of Hopkins Theater The attendance increases each day fUll the entertainment is in keeping with Manager Dustlns administration New pictures are promised for next week GOOD MAN PROMOTED Fred HeMernan one of the most pppuW fire fighters in Louisvjlle hasbeen appointed Captain of the No 5 Engine Company to succeed Oapt Sam Iteelt who hiss been made AwWant Chief Capt Heffer nans friends are legion and he is daily receiving congratulations CIIIBF JJND6BY ILL Cotu Watson Ltodaey k suffer griptamll Police Capt Xaurleea s Chief of Aherri is holdnr dow the night CbtefB jobMliwt1 aeeounl Col JAn ei WaN Improving tout will not W aWe to le out for ome time lTrQlTlSIIIf NeW York City is not a cIlyof pendthrlfU toP its 1ngabanka- bave t79fi dpodtor n CUNNING LEWIS CO p NW Oor Third and Jefferson Sts I EXCLUSIVE CLOTHIERS 1975 For choice of all our Finest Suits and Heavy Overcoats values 3500 3000 and 2700 now 1975 1475 2500 2250 and 2000 values now 1475 l 495 Choice of our Finest Trousers values 800 750 and 650 now 4 95 I Have a look and compare with what you find in other stores Full 25 per cent under the 4 lowest comparing values TJ CUHNIHQ LOUIS LEWIS T J RAHSDELL C F BROTZCE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Maysvllle Council will Initiate n- large class tomorrow and Louisvlll Council will put on the third degree Since January 1 the council at Auburn N Y has conferred the first second and third degrees on a class of sixty candidates Milwaukee Knights are considering the advisability of erecting their own clubhouse By many the prop sltion is considered unnecessary Th j council at Eric conferred the secondand third degrees on a meg class last week There were many visiting Knights from New York nnd OhioThe largest gathering of member of the fourth degree assembled e- Erie last week and the member went in a body to pay their respect to Bishop Fitzmaurice Prof Michael G Rohan of Mar qUeUe University will lecture at the Odeon under the auspices of tlu Cincinnati Knights tomorrow evening Ills subject will bo Ireland of Today GOES TO BIRMINGHAM Miss Nellie Voigt ono of Jefferson tilles most popular girls hns gone to Birmingham where tin Citizens National Life Insurance Company recently opened an office Miss Voigt has held a responsible position with the company in Jef fersonville for several years ARCHBISHOP RYAN ILL The Most Rev Patrick J Ryan the venerable Archbishop of Phila delphia has been suffering from 011 severe case of grip and on account of his advanced ago his friends for a time were very apprehensive Archbishop Ryan was born in Ire land in 1831- GRAND DIRECTORS TO MEET The Board of Grand Directors of the Y M L Kentucky jurisdiction will meet at Trinity Councils Hall Baxter and Morton avenues on February 0 The meeting will beheld pursuant to o call issued by Frank G Adams Chairman of tIle board NEEDS A REST According to telegraphic informa lion from Dubuque Iowa Arch bishop John J Keane who is in IIII health will retire as soon as his coadjutor is appointed This appointment is expected to be announced in Rome within a month Cob AVILVLLEN BETTER Col John IL Whallen who was suddenly taken ill at Frankfort this week is now at his home in the western part of the city He Is t man of vigorous constitution am his friends hope to see him out within a few days STILL VERY ILL Emil Dupaquier of New Albany and a leading member of Unity Council Y M I Is still in a pre- carIous condition as a rpsult of ia paralytIc stroke suffered last week His family and friends hope for his speedy recovery VENERATE HOLY NAME The Rev Father H F Hillenmeyer pastor of St Josephs church a1 Winchester will establish a branch of the Holy Name Society in Ills parish tomorrow Nearly every man in the parish will be enrolled in the society MASONIC THEATER Blanche Ringwlll come tc Masonic Theater the first half of next week Her new vehicle TheI Yankee Girl has won praise in the East as a musical comedy There will be a matinee on Wednesday PUBLISHER AILING George Schuhmann Sr President of the Anzeiper Publishing Com pany is uffering from a severe at tack of gastritis Mr SchuhmannsI vigorous constitution is expected toI pull him through the illness WILL MAKE GOOD Charley McCarthy Who served several years as a turnkey under Jailer Pflanz has been appointedt a member of tale Fire department bary will always make good ivljerever he I MADEJAndllI CltYJHoipltaljI Iowa jibe years ago has grow tired of Us job The project 11811I been placed 3n the hands of th- eftl r of Mercy r qANOJB8INOA1WINALATBJj inaaranow tighfaMn yaeaaelwi In the College of Cardinals or twalre IeMfttiaa wtoh Pope Plus IX as ended the Pp l throne sid the reateat nuaAer In many jrvar I MRCRULSYS WednesdayNights uA Gentleman From MIssIssippI Presented by William A Brady Thursday Friday and Saturday Night and Saturday Matinee GRACE GEORGEI- n Thompson Buchanan- sA WOMAN WAY NEW MASONIC WednesdayNights BLANCHE RING IN The Yankee Girl A New and Clever Musical Comedy HOPKINSWhere the Crowds do I NINa BEGIN Sunday January 9 I IOraad Revival ol Worlds Ore tet MOVING I Different From the Rest Entirely New Films PICTURES I IWith fine explanatory talks by Mr Popular illustrated songs PricesIOcand5c r W C CUNNINGHAM II A HICKS WILLARD HOTEL KENTUCKY HOTEL COMPANY Incorporated Special attention given to traveling men Best in the city for the money Have fjour mall address d in our care First class sample room- sAMERICAN PLAN RATES S2 00 and 250 With Bath Jtf BERT HICKS Manager Center and Jefferson Sis Opp Court Hou Central Furniture CO Incorporated N W Corner Third and Ore We Furnish the Home Complete on Easy Payments WAI CALLAGHAN Mgr Sales WANTETo f cram and Stock F m ADDR- ESSWERIL 626 Baxter AverLouis lie Kr HENRY MOLD DEALERI- NStaple M Fancy Grocetf A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTiON Old Whlaklea Specialty Mpke 3j0 54JW WALNUT FOR WOJIANS EYE Smart turbans arc made of seal and lynx in comblifation the shades of brown are goodI IAll draperies are more and more used J The skirt with the separate bodice Is declared to betho style for the smart woman this winter With the Jong icoat still leading it is promised that the near future Wilt I styleI ot silk fine as cobweb and some of I designIof jet or cut steel jI Evening frocks for young girls sire being made in dainty dewdrop net lightly spangled wjth small crystals and made up over Ivory white soft satin Sleeves are coming to be elaborate 0- thIngs sied seem to run In series of slteTeIjust below jt The wrist or elbow puff is a familiar sleeve treatmealLat this hour But the puff Isnorthe baggy thhtg of old It is moderate to the pina ol modety KIRbY AVIATOR Aiteiaptt arlaUwi tow f with MNM WMMMwynt naae byant Italian priwt te J7etUo I KEQ TUOKY J JSaAM RI AN CI 1 mt w MONUMENTS In order to make room for the en largement of our workshop we offer our extensive STOCK OF FIRST CLASS MONUMENTS at exceediiingly low prices Call and I MULDOON MONUMENT CO 38320 WEST GREEN STREET ii rN N eeN N NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNONNNNNNN JETRACY L H STRAUB t BOTH PHONES 363f TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS i1AND EMBALMERS NoticeLj on 4 1531 W MARKET STREET I 4+ I + si + 4tt+ tttft+ tiiit sss i + sf + sG + Itss bran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S mast Main Street D J DOUGHERTY S I McEUJOTT e DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS- All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Nlgbl 1231 WEST MARKET STREET MAS KEENAN I Director and Embalmer 4 TELEPHONE 365 I call promptly attended to day or night Carriage furnished for all 1225 W occulonII Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladles and Chlldrln a Specialty HOME PHONE 1077 I I BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Rvoses i Heleotrcpe Etc aCemeary Work af1Pecialt Y REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ FLORLSTyt IBotk PkvMcs 223 U PRIVATE HOSPITALf c- MR THE CARE IF INSANE ANA EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Steters of Mercy of JeffereonviUe lad own and manage a private hoepltal t ler the care and treatment of Ician and n efUeptk patieBtf Doth male and female ytfUeaU are admitted JUkei yeryre Mble For fartber MrtiotiUri ply to u aOTtlBRJiARYRBOINA 0 mMICY HOSHTAL Mrb- i AvwM JMi 0 W i MODERN II METHODSI with all the newest and best materials and methods My prices are moderate and my work of the highest cla- ssDRHENDRICKSR DENTIST 436 West Market Street C W THOMPSON E ORIST Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 10SO All orders receive prompt attention I and satisfaction guaranteed jRoucrsj PRAYER lOOKS ANn ROSARIES- To D suTt every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the fiaest of their kl d in the city w1 MIcII4RIMArtWt OaT1UtYD OKIVTIOX 434 WtJeffrAOllHStrMt II OUR itsjuavnt s ThlIIer fertile world Br perieaee bw shown that toM than I per seat of tt Is Incapable of tillage t i c HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolrf the Put WeekGeneral News Notes t It is hinted that a banquet will bone of the features of the observ ance of St Patricks day The Ladies Auxiliary meets Wednesday night A programme for the coming year will be discussed President Thomas Valsh willan nounce ills committee appointments nt the meeting of Division 1 Tuesday nightInclement weather was responsible for on exceedingly slim attendance at Division 2 on Friday night of last week Company A Hibernian Rifles of Bayonne N J is the only military company of the order in New JerseyrDivision iof Galveston Texas celebrated its thirtieth anniversary with a public installation of Its new officersMembers of Division 1 of Hobokcn N J presented their Chaplain the llev Thomas Carr with a beautiful sold chalice For the first time in many years John Keaney and Joe Lynch missed their meeting last week They were snowboundPresident Con Ford wants every member of Division 2 present next Friday night to assist in the Installa tion of officers A new division hun been estab lished In Wlllimansett Mass and will be the seventeenth division In Hampden county The St Patricks day parade In Pawtucket R I will be the first ever held in that city under the aus pices of the State Board I Hibernians throughout the city are hoping for the speedy recovery qf Oounty President PoJ Welsh who has been Ill for several weeks The baseball team of Division 9 of Minneapolis is successful socially as well as on the diamond It has just given Its sixth successful dance Division 3 Ladies Auxiliary of Minneapolis held a public dnstolla tion of its officers A literary and highly entertaining musical pro gramme followed In Portland Ore the Hibernians have enlisted the aid of all classes in Preparing for the delegates to the national convention which will meet in that city next July The Ladies Auxiliary of Manchester N H is growing rapidly TIle members will celebrate StIBrigida day February 1 with an appropriate entertainment Division 3 has decided to return toI Its first home at Nineteenth and Portland avenue It is believed the change will result in an increased membership and butter attendance atmeetingsAfter installation of new offi cers of Ladies Auxiliary No 2 of Utica N Y the members presented Miss Alice Cleagans President of the auxiliary with a handsome piece of cut glass Rev Father Denis J Wholeyof Boston County Chaplain of Suffolk county never misses a chance to at tend He promises to visit each ditisionin tIle county before his term expires- Hibernianism prospers in Massa chusetts In Suffolk county alone the various divisions own halls in East Boston Charlestown Revere and South Boston Now theyare about to build in Jamaica Plains and RoxburyPreliminary arrangements are being made by the State Board of Con necticut for tIle State convention and parade to be held at Waterbury Division 1 of New Haven Conn will open a seven nights fair on February 1- SUDDEN SUMMONS Popular Young Man falls Victim to Heart Disease James W Delaney a well known young man of the West End died at the family residence 2312 West Market street on Friday morning of last week Death resulted from heart disease Only a few days before Mr Delaney was appointed a Deputy County Assessor by County Assessor Edward A Barry Ho is survived by his mother one brother and five sisters The funeral took place from St Patricks church on Monday morning and the large attendance was an in dication of the esteem in which the deceased was held- TEACII3OUR GIRLS Ed D Shlnnlck editor of the Shelby Record tells Shelby county parents what to teach their daugh ters His llesson might bo profitably applied ip Louisville Head his words- fwisdomTeach selfreliance Teach them to make bread Teach ithemto add up bills Teach them to wear thick warm shoes Teach them to wash and iron clothes Teach them how to make their own dresses Teach them how to cpok a good mealTeach them every day dry hard common sense Teach them to 8Qyno and mean it or yes and stick to it Teach them to wear calico dresses anddo it like queens Give them a gabd substantial corn mon school education Teach them that a good roy romp s worth fifty oorsumptives Teach them to regard the moral and not the money of their beaux Teach them all the mysteries of the kitchen dlnlng1oomandpcrlor Teach them that the more one lives within hid1 income the more he will sate o UxUOilmoN 4 I raand Child in the Unltett flWMthereltl1 max 4 factured each week more than twelve pounds of finished best And steel product c k I W AVBDDING GIFTS Young bride a wreath for theo Of sweet and gentle flowers For wedded love was pure and free In Edens happy bowers Young bridea song for thee A song of joyous measure For Shy cup of hope shall be with honeyed pleasure I Young fcride a tear for thec- A tear in all thy gladness For thy young heart shall not see Joy unmixed with sadness Yoiing bride a smile for thee To shine away thy sorrow Bor Heaven is kind today and we Will hope as Well tomorrow Young brldea prayer for thee That nil thy hopes possessing Thy soul may praise her God and He May crown thee with his blessing ross TOPAIUSH When 300 miners were entombed in the recent disaster in the mines at Cherry Ill the Catholic church there lost 75 per cent of its mule members IitSTTEU CARRIER ILL Charles Prather a popular letter carrier is suffering from a carbuncle on his neck Ills friends hope to see him back on duty within a few days CANT LOSE THESL To prevent the loss of womens back and side combs an Ingenious inventor has patented combs with a small hook on the under side to en gage the hair- CHOOSE YOUR WORDS A lady who was very plain looking called on a friend This friends lit tie girl came into the room and her mother Introduced her But mamma isnt she awfully homely said the young hopeful after the ladys departure Why Laura you mustnt say such things It isnt polite iI I meant it only as a Joke f But dear how much more of a Joke it would have been if you had said How pretty she 1st CHEESE SCRAJIBLED EGGS Scrambled eggs with cheese Six eggs six tablespoonfuls of water six I tablespoonfuls of grated cream r cheese one tablespoonful butter I Lightly beat eggs add water Put butter in piping hot frying pan I Then add eggs scatter cheese on j top of eggs Toss up lightly until 1 done but soft Serve on buttered toast MONKEY SENSE 11 A youth who was smoking a cigar ette near the monkeys cage took 11 another from his pocketJJ Would it do any harm he asked if I should offer Mill one Not a bit of it responded the attendant He wouldnt touch it A monkey isnt Imlns big a fool as ho looks HEAVY JPJFIICII t Steam railways of the United I States carry a large number of passengers each year but the railways of New York City carry sixtysix per cent more than all of them combined During the last year these interurban lines carried 1300000000 passengers ALCOHOL In case of a cut or bruise of any kind where the skin is broken wash the wound immediately with alcohol using an absolutely clean piece of linen or medicated gauze This I lessens the danger of blood poison ing and sometimes prevents it EGOLESS PANOAImsjj One cupful of scar milk or butter I milk a little salt lhalt teaspoonful of soda half teaspoonful of melted lard and enough flour to make a soft batter This gives a rlchandllakyI taste to the cakes WILL LOOK LIKE NEW Dampen tf square of cheesecloth with a furniture polish made of equal parts of sweet oil vinegar and keroIsene It will brighten the finestI mahogany and makes floors and furIniture look like newly waxed CHOCOLATE WAFERS A healthy and economical candy for children Is made by making a chocolate filling the same as for cake or candy then dipping oyster crackers In the candy Then layon greased paper or plate until cooled DRIED FRUIT To get the best results from drIedI fruits of any kind put to soak in warm water to which a generous pinch of salt has been added This Idea was given me by a chef I have found it advantage so pass it on PATE r uAmnpil By inventing a hairpin the prongs of which normally are close together but which may be sprung open to Insert a Pennsylvania woman has designed a device more secure tbanI pins of the usual forniISILK HINT When grease is spilled on silk while fresh sprinkle ordinary talcum powder on the spots and rub gently with a soft piece of linen The pow del will atworb the grease and leave absolutely BO mark NO BOILING Do not boll clothes It causes thereto become yellow Prepare a boiling- lot 8wd and pour over them Wash through this by hand rinse And blues lad they will be white andno Steamed pp- wIIdL 101n u WBMOVB RUST Kerosene poured on a riwty Jtor ecrew that refutes to turn wt11 remove the rust and the bolt may be Orr n AiJ1 IRELAND Record of the thou Important t the Recent Events Culled Prom Exchanged Irishmade chairs are to be sup plied to the Monaghan Insane AsylumCallan thlatesteleclrlclighting Glentleshasthe County Donegal Jnnios Darragk o well known contractor in County Antrim died suddenly at Stirling Patrick Oltcilly died at his home near Delmullet County Mayo ItIthe age of 107 years figurinsuddenly and unexpectedly twentytwoin December was 217 per 1000 The Gaelic League is growing stronger in County Clare and now has fortysix district teachers at workMatthew Bourke a flour and meat dealer of Limerick committed suicide while temporarily insane ns a result of mness- Archbishop Walsh of Dublin has appointed the Rev Father Michael Ivers to be parish priest at Ennis kerry County Wicklow Fire of unknown origin seriously damaged several office buildings at Dartrics County Derry They were owned by Daniel McCurry- At Delvln County Westmeath the Government board has been peti tioned to close the workhouse be cause the Inmates are few Patrick Murphy an esteemed res ident of Newry County Down died as the result of n paralytic stroke IIe was over eighty years old Peter Fallen died at his home near Dunmore County Galway He was ninetyfive years old and the father jof the Very Rev John Fallon Wexford is the leading county for barley growing and the corn season has been the largest in years Im mense quantities of barley are be ing malted for Dublin at Ennis earthy Residents of Cork are mourning the untimely death of the Rev Father Edward P Desmond O P He was only thirtytwo years old but was considered one of the bright IrelandIbeing continually planted near Ncwtown butler In some places the appearance of the whole country line been improved owing to the large number of trees planted Several changes have been made among the clergy of the County Kerry The Rev W J Behan has been transferred from Tralee to Boherbee Rev Father Sullivan replaces Father Behan and Rev Charles Power replaces Father Bren nan at Ballymacelllgott A demand for the cost of extra police was received from Dublin Castle at the meeting of the Louth County Council and It was decided to request the authorities to furnish a statement showing the number 01 Dundalk policemen who had done duty In Portadown and Belfast last July SHOWING RAPIDLY And Sarto Council Will Soon Enter Its New Home Sarto Council of Owe sboro In stalled officers at a candlelight meeting on Wednesday evening of last week President August Graf and the other new officers acted like veterans in taking hold of their work and started several movements for building up the order during the year District Deputy Fred Arnold was the Installing officer and was assisted by Apdrew Oberst After the speeches and business routine the Literary Committee served an appetizing lunch The coming twelve months promise to be the most successful in the history of the council The new home of the council is nearing completion and all the members are working enthusiastically The first entertainment of the year r was held on Wednesday night and was in the nature of a reception to the councils Tidies Auxiliary The report of the Ex ecutive Committee showed a very substantial gain both financially and socially during the last quarter A cloth HINTS moistened FOR THE HOMEiiI lean piano keys Clean linoleum with warm water and polish with milk Clean soiled wallpaper with plaster tf paris tied up In a muslin bag Ammonia used unsparingly cleanses and purifies kitchen utensils No soap on window panesl Rub them with either alcohol or ammonia to make them shine Decorated china plates should be put away with round pieces of can ton flannel between them Apply the white of an egg with it camels hair brush to fly specks on gUt frames and they will disappear Soft soap made from half a pound of shaved down hard soap and two quarts of water will sate the soap bill at cleaning time AH the cooking utensils should be soilalmmedlate1yatterthey move every trace of greaae splenlid over the surface and finUk off with a clean cloth wrung out of warm waterCover plaster of parlr figures with watersletd1JjoderWOUKD It1At71d JOOX Arranged 1la tistriktt t1hUJ theI wouldreaok lragains 1 c 4 FRANKfEURBREWINGCOI Brewers and Bottlers IT OTHSVILIE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KV PALLS CITY BREWING COtINCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb West 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light ICumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 19J3ATHB WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS i Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bare and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent Saver Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOwN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 831 LOUISVILLE KY FOR Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST PETER M ANDRIOT SONS WA60N MANUFACTURERS drriue HtjHHlit IlfrBrttor Tffis 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET MONON ROUTE rBETWEENr LOUISVILLE AND CHICAGO BUST LINE TO Frcuch Lick and West 6 dee Spriifs UNION STATION LOUISVILLE OIARJIORN STATIONoCHICAGO NeIMMIl p I1rlileakMao HBACONDPAIN LonlerllM 1l- ll 2cn OIve your boys an education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Scientific andyusinessCouneePreparatory Department ra e Swimming iolWeUEquipped Gymnasium Terme Moderate Bro James Did All new Fall and Early Winter and Shapes can be found here at tvlnIable prices HENRY A AIJP1 J POLSU DYER AND CLEANER ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phon 361s528 Fifth Street WINES LIQUORS ClUB VALS SALOONVAX Hot Lunch every morning from 9cst to 1230 oclock n 441 vii GREEN T HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUOR ptetHlws and Wholesale l3ai ers in Finest Brands of Kea tacky Whiskies espeiialtyjPearl of Nelson j n BOTTLBD IN QHb 7i541 U41am1 TAIL r U I AXRl U 1 I THE BIG STORKS Stupendous Clearance Sale 10 Mens Overcoats now 500 750 Mens Suits now 375 500 Young Mens Suits 14 to 19 200 Clearance Prices in Every Department I THE BlfiSTOREMILTON M MARBLESTONE d CO 424 a Our new store andtcarefully selected stock afford every opportunity for the selection of RICH AND DAINTY GIFTS Here you will findeverythine usually carried in a firstclass Jewelry Store except high prices Purchase here and you will save money r IJ 5tlRetweell JEWELRY BRUNN New Location 303 W Jefferson I MUSICy IN THE HOME Is at all times essential and there is no time whets It is ap predated more than in the summer A JPIANOFARRANDCIWill supply this music If there is mo one in the family that can play All one has to do to enjoy their favorite selection Is to Insert a roll of musIc and pump The expression marks are stamped on the roll showing anyone just exaet4y how to secure the proper expression Come in and permit us to show you more about the FarrandCecilian MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated OQseao OURTH AVENUE rffJfJfJfJfJt tnKK MU LLOYS COFFEE Is the best of all stimulants for this extreme allweatherkinds of weather Try his SPEOIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR 50C 45cexcellentn MULLOY COFFEE ROASTER Elsa VV MARKET STREET 888gl t 450 PER TON Never Mind the WeatherJ- ust Use FOX RIDGE and forget It SCANLON COAL CO Iroporpor ted Phones 405 G T RIDER General Manager SEND THE j KENTUCKY S ie I IRISH i AMERICAN To the Old Folks in Ireland This Year i It Will Tell Them All About the Big Home Coming I DONT WORRY ABOUT YOUR PLASTERING i FALLING OFF =Have It Repaired With DIAMOND WALL PLASTERS And It Will Not Happen Again KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COINOOHPOKATJCD Break and tttvcr rBotk Pltoell lZ67LIIYIUK DRT QHAWK Veterinary Infirmary ami liars ShoeingI Forg asfSCIENTIfIC AND MMCTKAL HORSE SMOCWC o rI tiasfasCa1Mh1riirf Dl4vishr= = Nib ftuM 2Mf c8PrICI MW peem 1U4U WVWW TAM r o a I MADE A STRIKE r John Lubbers Leads Bowl ers on Matrimonial Alleys fit Marys church teals thronged Wednesday morning by friends of John Rubbers nnd Miss Itoginu E Thul en who were wilted In mar rinse at 0 oclock After the mar rhiRc n Holcmn nuptial high innss waif celebrated by the Rev + Father IJ If Westermann who performed thp marriage ceremony The deacon of the mass was the Rev Father SchmItt willle Rev Father Uohlsen ros the aubdencon- Jphn Hermes and Dominic Tell man were the ushers After the weeding Mr and Mrs Lnbbcrs held a reception nt their new home Ninth and Jefferson streets nnd from noon till midnight received the congratulations of their many friends Mr Lubbers Is one of the most popular bowlers In Louisville and his bride Is one of the not charming young women of St Marys parish ANNUAL REPORT Franciscan Hospital Cared For Many Dissenting Brethren St Anthonys Hospital conducted by the Sisters of St Francis has just made public Its report for the year 1000 During the twelve months it cared for 1011 patients Of these 347 were pay patients 249 made partial payments and 415 were charity patients Of the 1011 no less than 757 were natives of America two were Australians three Canadians two English seven French seventy six Germans one Greek three Hun garians eightyeight Irish eleven Italians three Swiss one Welsh and fiftyseven colored people Creed made no difference in the treatment nccorded toy the Franciscan Sisters Out of the total number 1011 only 453 were Cath ones The Adventists had three the Baptists ninetyeight Christians fortythree Episcopalians nineteen Evangelical eight Hebrews seven Lutherans fiftyfive Methodists eightyone Presbyterians fortytwo Reformed two United Brethren eight anil those professing no re ligion numbered 192 LONG LIFE J G Mattingly Spent More Than Pour Score Years J G Mattingly one of the oldest and most revered men in Kentucky died at his home near St Marys in Marlon county early Friday morning of last week The deceased was a native of that county and was eightysix years old He engaged in the distilling of whisky in 1840 and conducted the first registered distillery in Kentucky Through thrift and intelligence he amassed a for tune and ten years ago retired from an active business life Mr Mattingly belonged toapioneer Catholic family and was al ways a devout Christian Two of his sons Christopher C and Preston J Mattingly reside in Louisville His other surviving children are Hugh and Lawrence Mattingly Mrs Will lam Spalding Mrs Charles Deaven and Mrs Charles L Cecil of St Marys The funeral took place from Stt Charles church at St Marys last Sunday morning It was attended by a concourse of old friends from all over Marlon county EXERGKTIC LEADER The Gallagher Club an adjunct of Unity Council Y M I of New Albany installed officers on Tuesday A smoker and luncheon followed the Installation Chairman John Sartel Secretary John 1ontrich and the other officers were Indefatigable in their efforts to ghe everybody n good time Chairman Mnrtel has appointed an entertainment committee of which he will be the exofficlo head With his Ikeen sense of humor dash and vigor the Gallagher Club expects to make good during the coming six months lIe proposes to offer n minstrel show on March 17bruitx THANKS The mother sister and relatives of Officer John Moron recently de ceased desire to extend thanks to Mayor W 0 Head Col H Watson Llndsey Capt Joseph Adams and the subordinate officers of the Police department who lent their as sistance during their recent bereave ment They also desire to thank the Rev Fathers Murphy and Havll berg who officiated at the requiem mass and gratefully acknowledge the assistance anti consolation ex tended by their many friends in their great grief t SHErllYVILLEWEDDJNG Miss Agnes Rommele and Franklin J Uohn prominent young people t f nuptialimass thAt followed The church was tilted with friends of the young couple The bride IIs n daughter of Mr and Mrs Plus Rommele I FORTY HOURS PRAYER The beautlM Qimrant Ore or Forty Houni prayer Will begin at St BrleWa cRulehal the 10 ftcloek I mass tomorrevr flu Red Tfcthw Jan en wilt celebrate the solemn high TORHH and will M lflteflbY- levtnilJ ralpltthrt excellent nudeal prggramne hailtft arranged JUDOR MIWiR IW8TS Judge SliaokeU rdMI1t1 iigpenil+ It twoweska st MartiaerlheI t mad wad during hie mbwBnc Attorney I Tyter Bamtftt U o oupyiiir Uu s bench In bhecFlrat Chancery dlvlrfon SOCIETY DIRECTORY J A O iiD- IVISION 1 Meets at Falls City mull on First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Walsh Vice PresidentWilliam Murphy Recording Secretary Thomas r Lawler Financial SecretaryThos Dolan TreasurerThomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Louis Roller Sentinel David elnnII Meets First and Third Friday Red liens Hall First and Market President C J Ford Vice President Raymond Barrett Recording Secretary Tim J Stone Financial Secretary John T IieaneyTreasurerJoseph Lynch SergeantntAnnsDave Murphy Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursdays Seventeenth and Main Streets President Patrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Shcehan Recording Secretary Thomas 1 StevensFinancial Secretary John O lies sionTreasurerDaniel DoughertySentinel SergeantntArmsJames P Stev ens DIVISION Meets MondaysBertrand HennessyViceXynchFinancial J LanganRecording Secretary John J WinnTreasurerliarry Brady CallaghanOutside Sentinel Michael McDer mott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVII1LB Meets on the First and Third Tues days at Pfaus Hall President T G Cole MurphyRecording Mc Grody i Financial Secretary J E Cole Jr Treasure A Coil FlahertyInside Y 1111 MACKIN COUNCIL 205 beets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 South Twentysixth KinneyFirst L Lanalmn SlterleJCunlffRecording Secretary Robert 6s borne i SecretarylVflltanA n Financial secretaryFrank G damsTrenslrerDan WebertarsllnlAllen Inside Sentinel A C Link Outside SentinelJoseph Stewart SNERiuRVE Not Like Certain Doctors I I DrSI Dronln of St Johtubnry Vt writes Fob 201007 I am not as certain aactor an- antagonitio to proprietary medicines when t know their value As to Pastor Koenig s None Tonic I ho tested iu quality long time ago and have often prescribed the same for perioni who applied for it repeatedly afterwards Hoperllle W Ta Sept 6 HOT 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 ease was Indigestion Last tall I was troubled frequently A pain beginning in my right side would move towards my stomach and would become so violent that I snffered us much as a human being could endure for hours at a time I then began to take Pastor Koenigs- NerroTotilo and after flaying taken the first spoonfallthe pain stopped Then I took the rest of the bottle and the pain has never returned FRANK HESHE A Valuable look on Nor Samplebottletheta aleo get the racdlcln ices Prepared by the REV and Koiaio of Fort Wayne Ind since 16i6 now by the KOENIQ MED CO Chicago Ill 100 Lake Street Sold by Druggists at Si per Bottl 6 for arK Sire 175 l 6 BottUt forSV COUNCILMAN SAND nOXOREl Councilman Bernard J Sand has been honored by the State Federa tion of Labor which assembled in Frankfort this iWeekiJJ being chosen as its delegate to the next national convention Mr Sand is a ciganmakerby trade and is cue of the most earnest and zealous labor leaders ever In Louisville The labor laterals of Louisville anti Kentucky will be in good bhands as longas Ben Sand is its rlprrllentatlref BIIJ I ltranek 8i GKofAlnIta1led the blowing officers atliNlallt Meet ing Wry JWv Father JlQ nln 8 jrkUHl Dar kHlmlUl Kennedy PrtIMdeh J Firownfiald Vita jSaiUent lMrck Jlolley Recording Hrefryt John T loonk Financial r Willktm1 Idtt Treasurer James MeOua Sentinel lyrgeentatArme1horga gyre aw The rMiorto of officers Indicate thatf lirnOh 9i enjoyed a prosperous year 7 Yi S 1 FAR MOM JIOME I I Beloved Young Girl Died While on Pleasure Trip I I I Word Was received in Louisville I Sunday ofthe death of Miss Isabelle Osborne Which occurred at Cairo Egypt last week Miss Osborne with her further Thomas D Osborne ofrueThe cable message says that Mr and Mrs Osbonio were also quite ill but that the father was now con voleiclng and the mother entirely well The Osborne family left Louisville last fall ito muke n tour of the world The deceased Is survived by her par ents and the following sisters Mrs Charlotte Woodbury Mrs Christopher Urwlck Mrs W B Garlty and Miss Julia Osborne VMr Osborne was for years a trustee of the Walnutstreet Baptist church an employe of the Louisville Sinking Fund and fraternal and religious editor of the Courler Tournnl Miss Osborne was highly regarded for her womanly graces TRINITY COUNCIL Works Well With Its New President Wielding Gavel VIe K Ecker the new President of Trinity Council presided nt the meeting Monday night and iwlelded Reportsfromthat Trinity hud enjoyed to prosper ous year llcdgedIOJattendance was large and the ap plause of the speakers was generous Iteports from the vurlous commit tees in charge of the New Years carnival and baby show developed the fact that Hie affair hurl been n financial success President Kcker is one of the young men who do things He has not promised anything lordlyI for Trinity but he has promised sup port That is enough to enlist other loyal members to follow his exam pIe r WHITE STAR LINE Continues to Use Queens town as a Port of1 EntryC- onsiderable agitation has been aroused in this country sari in Ire land on account of the rumors of the abandonment of Queenstown as a port of call for transAtlantic steamers from New York This means to all passengers who desire to land at Queenstown that they would haveto proceed tp England or Wales and land either at Liverpool Flshguard Plymouth or Southamp ton adding part of a day or more to the ocean voyage and causing considerable expense and Incon- venIence to Irish passengers and tourists desiring to land at Queens town who would be obliged to return to Ireland via n crosschannel steamer The passage on such steam ers Is not always as pleasant as it might belt will be welcome news to many however that the White Star Line all of whose steamers are Irish built has no intention whatever of abandoning Queenstown which has been a port of call for its steamers since the beginning of the line In 1873 and they wish the Irish people to know that at the ipresent time these steamers are the only boats sailing from New York which call at Queens town to land passengers and Irish mail LANDS OF TUB OLIVE An Illustrated lecture oh the Lands of the Olive wag n treat fur nished friends and patrons of Hlrsch Bros R Company in the Seeloaeh auditorium1 on Wednesday night The leeturtirwas H C Nowcomb n former United States Consul Mr Xexvcomb led his audience of 1800 people through Franco Italy anti Spnjn showed them olive groves and holy the fruit Is gathered and packed The lecture was Interesting and advantageous from an educa tional standpoint A buffet luncheon followed the lecture Messrs Dave Louis and Ben HIrsch received their guests and made all feel perfectly at home The Hirsch idea of illus trating pure food products is n splendid one OFFICER GLEASOX + Robert 0 Oleason line been appointed a patrolman by the Teffersonville Board of Police Com missioners rind will enter upon Tits duties tomorrow Mr Gleason has held a responsible foremanship in the Indiana Reformatory for several years He is prominent fn Hibernian circles and has a host of friends on both sides of the river who predict he will make mi alert and careful officer PNEUMONIA VICTIM EiwarCtiJrphr yell find favorably known in Lexington died at St Josephs Hospital in that city last Saturday morning Death rep spited from pneumonia The do ceased was fortyfive years old and is survived fey his mother Mrs Jennie Murphy two sitsers Mrs MAnia Collins and Mrs Anna Beckett and two brothers A C and CW MllrMjaJl i Lexington o JtBPA TINq OAT liBimAL The istErlor of the Cathedriil of the AMiwbpllon In to be repainted and brightened Up Workman be an erecting theeaffoldson rUt jIaJ morning The Cathtilml IU avast M wellas iireperable p1Ital1d It willltake veria iwentlm to comb nleir tip work Tbs pmhiUnjr willlII- beipallhea aithat the rttrdee onttioim ynl b4 completed bf j RattsrBUndarC j a- I For your Furniture Wants tt I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are largest my prices low est and my terms the best JAMES GREENEi 425 427and 429 East Market Street T BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE IH McKenna Distiller Fairfield Hy GEHER 6c SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET BUM TUB CEIBBRATED NORTH STARR 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 desirfered desirable in a Gas Range EQUALItpublic 11NN110NN1N1NN11N 11111 1111N111N Creagers Business School- J D CREAOER Principal Bookkeeping Penmanship Shorthand Typewriting and kin dred subjects taught Day and Night Sessions Students may enroll at any time Our system has sdberior advantages We have experienced teachers and the nicest quarters of any of the business schools in Louisville Gall to see us If possible SECOND AND BRECKINRIDOE LOUISVILLE KY 10d N111 01N1 1v11N111N1NNNM T WEWANTYOURWORKWere IIWereand in FirstClass Style PRINTINGiiCards Bill Heads Letter HeadsFF i Circulars Dodgers Etc i Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty IIKENTUCKyHO IRISH PHONE 946 AMERICAN 310 VEST GREEN STRmET NONW 100iN10N01NNl10NN11oNIN14s01NN IVVVvV v v nIv vVV v- M 1 BANNON P BANNON JR H M WOITRINO Prot Mgr VlciPrii True Sacra ry- I F 1 Banna Sewer Pipe I t Co Salt Glazed Sewer aad Culvert Pipe CoeiuffsWall Brick Fire Preo1In Flee Pipe Flae Lining WIre Brick- S Grate and Boiler Tile Groans Fire Clay Ckimaey Tops Laws Vases Vitrified Sidewalk BricK OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON TELEPHONE 573 WORKS 13th and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet pth and lothT- BLBPUONB 2833 ci FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 353 SECOND STREETJI F SULLIVAN Manager HBAri uARUrlacW4191 Dressed Poultryl and Game of All Kinds in Season 0 SprierLambcity We alw carry Sarly Fruits and yegeUblea and all firat lasa market prodaeM- L UI3T1LLE PACKING CiHPANTS HIATSIHLTII It ft f H n H 11WlX GBAMP4VXaI A1ArKOLJB J j I 345 WetOrHi1 StrtI J Lim D Mtj to J CJCI t1 t e