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L I 1 I KENTucKY IRiSH AMERICAN J w VOLUME XXIVNO 4 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JANUARY 22 1910 PRICE FIVE CENTS 1 LIBERALS i Seem Sure ot Victory and the House ol Lords Certainly Doomed Candidates Insulted and Police Have to Protect Many Speakers Irishmen Kemember Asqiilths PreElectlon Promise of Aid N DUBLIN CASTLE OFFICIAL RUNS I 4 J The general elections in Great Britain and Ireland have been in 1 progress since last Saturday and 1 thus far the result has been most satisfactory to the Liberal leaders As had been predicted the Unionists have made some gains but there is iro doubt that the Liberals will bo returned to power thus Indorsing j Preiriler Asquith and his policies Howwer the Liberal majority will be somewhat reduced and it is very 1 possible that the Government wIlld have to rely upon the support of thee Irish Nationalists and Laborltes in case of crises Time elections have not been with out personal danger to many of thec candidates LloydGeorge who of fered the budget that brought about the veto of the Lords was attacked at a meeting last Saturday and hadc to be escorted to safety by several t companies of police Sir William Bull a Liberal candidate was as saulted by a Tory thug In the mlxup that followed Sir William gave his assailant a sound drubbing As a reward Jie was reelected by an Increased majority In Ireland too there have been a number off f S rows Tim Mealy had to appear un f tier police protection in the County Loath and elsewhere the Nationalist I candidates had to appeal to the authorities for protection Sir Henry Kimlber the Unionist candi sdatetarget for mud balls and aged and t in fIran vegetables as he drove through his districtd1I The Unionist newspapers Ndon admit the defeat of their party but concern themselves more with I he personal victories at tIle polls han the general results They point tylth pride to the big majority given A J Balfour and then show that John Burns the Laborite and Oovrr ernment Minister was elected by a relduced majority On the other hand thtJ Liberal papers are jubilant and predict that the Government major- Ity while it will be smaller than in lOOffi will be larger than Gladstones in 1 885 They are much encouraged by the support given the Liberals in t big cities like Sheffield Leeds and mill am- T 1 the Irish people the issue of the ontest is narrowed down to theI que lion of home rule Asquith hasc mad that an anteelection promise although there arc some who say the question will be long delayed j Home rule is the paramount issue and associated with it is the curtail I ment otlie veto power of the House of Lords It was that veto power 1 that wrecked Gladstones home rule bill In 1880 The same veto power i will stand in the way of Irelands efforts foit selfgovernment until it lseither asoltitely oblllcrated or 4 Iknnci circumscribed by slegislationl less for evil- According 1 j to John Redmorid the Irish leader here never was pre 1 sented to the people of Ireland as wen as to tne constituencies of Great Britain a better opportunity 1 h of reforming the House of Lords and of thus makuig easier the final f xiettlement of thc ever present ondII 1 ever appealing Irish question T i Premier AsquithVis not alone in I this pledge to glvb home mile to Ireland Winston iChurchlll Jato President of tim tapard of Trade has a so coma out upldly for home rule As a result ol Redmonds im plicit faith in thc promises of Premier Asquith lion Redmond harry Attorney General for Ireland was recently nominated by the Irish Nationalists for North Longford Such n thing as the loption of an official of Dublin Cafctlei has never occurred in the recent history ot the Irish Parliamentary party The fact that Barry was selected shows the confidence of the Irish people in the Liberal party In his speecli of acceptance Mr Barry saUT that in the coming elections the question of elf overnmen t for Ireland IWBS at the very root of the contest He did not think there was anyone who inderstpod the political situation but recognized that the cause of Jrish selfgovermneut which was so dear Hike hearts of the Irish peo apIe depended absolutely D Upon the result of the election QANADIATT BISHOP PROMOTBDv uAdrJcea from Rome annpunee ttthe Pope hV appointed the JHgtit Rev Nell WcNisl lThbopof JSi George Nftwfottodhind to the Arch y isltopria of y noouver ONE BTU fDRJItty SKAR8 AGO anYtbngsJhappened during the year ifllO that are 6t interett Ifo Catholic Ini America ani pr- I i ticulartyoto Kentucky Oithollcs OnI NoTsmber 4 1810 tW Sight Rev Benedict Joseph Flairftt w11 appoint ed Bisbcp of Bardstown which afterward became the dloeu ofr Louisville On lty 23 of the tUne year Martin John Spalding who afterward became Bishop of Louis ville and Archbishop of Baltimore was born Michael OConnor the first Bishop of Pittsburg was born on September 27 1810 March 10 will mark the centenary of the Most Rev John McCloskey the first American Cardinal On December 10 of the same year Thomas OCont nor began the publication of the Shamrock the first newspaper devoted to Catholic interests in New York GREAT POMP Will Mark Ceremonies in Rome CandlemasDay Candlemas day February 2 just a weeK before Ash Wednesday will be observed at the Vatican with great splendor says a Rome correspondent of one of the big New York dailies It is the wish of Pope Plus X to have the feast of the Purification marked with unusual pomp Arrangements will then be completed for the Lenten sermons before the Sacred College and the parish priests of the city will be received in collective audience and will hear nnI address by the Pope on topics of church discipline That daJwlll also mark the beginning of the theological conferences which will I continue through the Lenten season As usual the Lenten preacher will I be chosen from the Franciscan or c er The appointment is much coy ted although in the distribution of Il church honors it rarely lends to any 1 thing more exalted than a Bishopric None the less the preacher acquires i distinction among his own brethren and in the period of his 1 service as apostolic preacher ho re sides at the Vatican and is in daily with the Pope Rome took the lead In Lenten conferences of priests and merely on that initiative j and without special order the custom has spread to nearly every diot1 cese In the world The conferences here take up theological problems l submitted to them by the Cardinal Vicar General and the discussions furnish food for study nnd reflections the remainder of the year s In the pontificate of Leo XIII the conferences were sometimes held in the Vatican The Pope took keen interest In them anti often pre sided They are still held occa J in the Gregorian University j the central sent of learning forII nearly all the ecclesiastical colleges I f Rome but as they are now purely 1 in attendance one of the parish halls has usually been appointed for them in recent years 4 UNTIMELY DEMISE 1 I I Many Friends and Rela I tlves Mourn For Mrs 4 Gavin i Profound sorrow was expressed by the many friends of the family when the death of Mrs Marj Jennings Gavin who died at her home 213 Frnnck avenue was announced on Friday of last week and whose funeral took place from St Aloyslus hurch on Sunday afternoon The deceased was fortynine years old and was a native of Shelbyvllle Her father the late Patrick Jennings was one of the best known con I tractors in Shelby county ijler mother the venerable Mrs I Patrick Jennings her husband iiomas Gavin four brothers j Michael Jennings of Shreveport John Jennings oft Louisville Martin anti Peter Jennings of Memphis and one Ulster Miss Maggie Jennings urvive her All of her brothers were home to attend the funeral Mrs Gavin was a lady of most ad i mirable character and made friends wherever she went She was Ill only a few days when death overtook her Her family has the sympathy of many friends In their great grief MORE ROOM Homeless Working Boys Can rind Haveriof Rest Rev Brother Plus Superior of St Lawrence institute is much pleased yearHeand has room for more The boys are well fed and comfortably housed They have excellent sleeping accommodations and plenty of read ing matter In talking to a repre sentative of the Kentucky Irish American Brother Plus said The people of Louisville have been good to us If the boys could see as I see we would not have room for them Boys that work are allured by the glare and glitter of downtown after night Our boys are allowed certain hours of recreation tout they are required to go to bed nt certain hours yp omn say that the KnightLii of Columbiw iiTdividually and collectively have been good in us riot only here but everywhere I1 eoffie in contact with them jfri fact fT rjf Kjay in LouieviHe is good to ua And we are trying to1 show our appreciation TIIBMH88BNmm 0 I J KhHadeljili like LoaiavlUe lw apm iitetHute that cares for homele boy Each recurring JerUtilepamphlet is pufblldied by the rellr lIons directors of the iiociety This year the pamphlet baa made its ap pearaoee as ocoal It it replete withI pod mdinjr although it doe notb pretend to tie news matter CANDLEMAS Or the Feast ot the Purifica tion oi the Most Blessed YJrlnI Origin ot the Ceremony anti Reason For Use of Wax Candles Meaning the lUte and Why It Is Observed by Our Church CUSTOM IS EXTREMELY OLD The next feast that the church calls particular attention to is that of the Purification of the Blessed Virgin more commonly called Can dlemas day because on that day the candles used in the masses in each church throughout the year are blessed The church in her pre caution for the worthy celebration of the holy sacrifice of the mass hasI prescribed that the candles shall beI of pure wax just as she prescribes I pure olive oil for the sanctuary lamp It is strictly forbidden toJJ burn in the necessary candles par affIne sterlne tallow or to mix such ingredients to a greater extent than 25 per cent The candles used in theIIi mass must be of pure beeswax which is symbolical of the pure man 1 hood and body of our Divine Saviour The brilliant flame points to his divinity the taper his human nature the wax itself denotes his virginal Hence the church is par- icular in her requirements concern j ing the candles used for the holy j sacrifice and not merely for Illumination Mass can not be offered without lights except by special pe iris Ih ion of the Holy Sec Missionaries in parts of the world have been per mitted to use candles made 6f purified fish oil and linseed oil t Candlemas day always occurs onJJ February 2 Each family is supposed j to make offerings of candles to the parish church These candles mustI be of pure wax To insure that theyI must ibe bought from reliable deal ers Many pastors purchase the candles from manufacturers before t Candlemas day and dispose of them to the parishioners before they areiblessed No blessed candle can tie j sold Every Catholic housekeeper has one or more blessed candles in the home the year around These arc lighted in case of storms floods disaster and in case of serious illness anti approaching death Under the old Hebraic law the mother was excluded from time tern ple for forty days after childbirth On the fortieth day she was required to appear in the temple and offer a yearold lamb for a holocaust and a young pigeon as a sin offering In the case of the poor it was permitted to present two pigeons The Blessed Virgin was not bound by this law since the child born of her was conceived by the Holy Ghost but her Divine Son subjected Him self to the burden of the law that lie might set his seal to its divine origin femove occasion of cavil and leave us an example of humility Similar motives no doubt induced the Blessed Virgin to undergo tho rite of purification It is this event which the church celebrates an nattIly on February 2 the fortieth lay after Christmas Candles ore blessed by the priest to remind us how the holy old man Simeon met our Lord took Him in his arms and declared Him the light of the Gentiles ihe feast is of very ancient observance in the East and the Venerable Bede one of the earliest writers of English wrote of the ceremony in the seventh century Mere in Louisville as well as all over the Catholic world candles will be blessed on February Only one weelc later the church will enter upon the season of penitence com monly called Len- tM1tY MITRES Have Been Bestowed on the Alumni of Holy Cross EinmlttsburgMdof Bishops but the old Mount will have to hustle to keep pace with Hojy Cross College at Worcester Mass The Rev Dr Joseph J Rice who was recently named Bishop of Burlington is the thirteenth son of Italy Cross College to wear the mitreThe college was founded in 1813 hut it was not until 1875 that its first alunVnus donned episcopal rQbes The late Bishop BTealey of Portland Maliie was the firsts After thate meDIhopIDeeriof SprlnllieldYleh8udf B rtiwirton I Cpnaty of Loll Angele HarlthiB of Providence BwTdl y and Delaney 61t Manchester Hobari of SerawtoB V lsbof Portland lleMabbri nt Hartford anti Gravel ot Nic let Canada JlXBR JRYrJmnING Ml Juiia ITalioTiw and WUMwail Martin popular lounipeopeQf t Cltton will be united In marriage ctt st Frances of Rome church mt 830 oclock on Wednesday morning February 2 The Rev Fattier Thomas W White will perform ttte cererocny Tbe brlde Wct Is the t daughter of Maurice Haltoran is quite a social favorite Mr is a member of the verlIIMachine Company On a the recent death of the brother the wedding will be a quiet one Mr and Mrs Slhrttn wllI spend their honoymoon in New7 Orleans attending the4 Mardi Oral festivities On their return they nil reside at 162 Vernon avenueThls announcement will be a pleasant t surprise to the legion of friends Ofr the worthy young couple FIRST PRIZES J Won For Many AmericanI Students In Eternal City j 8 Americans are proud of the recon I made by the students att1 the Ameri can College in Rome during the reedit examinations English speaking UnlteStutesclose second won mord than hall the honors at the distribution of degrees and distinctions held at theI onDecemberI clnsses ore attended b students of all toxiguesThethe urban colleges Gree ts lluthen ians Irish Americans Armenians Bohemians Maronites Canadians etc Besides these many missionary seminaries are represented as well as the students of vuri religious orders the Irish Franciscans of St Isidore the Servltes Cdnons flog War Society of Mercy and others Until a few years ago J there was also n class of students knovn as externs who lived in private fain ilies in Rome but thiosej have been eliminated by the strlct rules made by Pope Leo XIII nndtPopo Pius X for Roman students The first prize list for December 4 last shows that in the academical degrees In theology there were twentynine doctors of whom sixteen were English speaking students four belonging to the Urban College and twelve to the North American justhalfthe Urban two of the Irish and CollegeThe eluded fortythree English speaking stud nts and of these eight were from the Urban ten fron the Irish twentythree Americans nail two Scrvltes The same proportions were main tained in the philosophy degrees The fOlt three doctors include the spcaldnrstudentsOnefr01l1 Irish thirteen from thejrAmcrlcan six Irish Franciscans Hrnd seven from the Canadian College Bishop Thomas Kennedy Is justly proud of the record made by the American College students REGENT DEATHS The funeral of Frank J Purcell a former railroad employe took placei from St Patricks church on Monday morning and was largely attended The deceased was thirtyseven years old and had been ill one month Many friends sympathize with Mr and Mrs Clarence Threlkeld whose sixyearold son Clarence Jr diedI at the family residence 2305 Port land avenue on Sunday morning The funeral took place from St Cecilias church on Tuesday morning Mrs Elizabeth Blady seventy eight years old died at the residencei of her son Samuel Blady 1835 Euclid avenue on Monday morning and her funeral took place from St Peters church on Wednesday morn ing The deceased was held m high esteem by all who knew her The funeral of Dennis Keane who died at his Koine 212 Pope street on Sunday night took place from the Church of the Blessed Sacrament on Wednesday morning The deceased I was highly esteemed by all who knew him Two daughters Mrs Frank Schweitzer and Miss AnnieI Keane survive him Miss Mary Kilkcr nineteen yearsI old died at time home of her parents Mr and Mrs James Kilker 1903 West Market street on Monday The funeral took place from St Pat ricks church on Wednesday The deceased was a charming and lovable young lady and her parents have the sympathy of many friends ia their grief ilrs Catherine Theresa MeG nine an estimable matron of the WestI End died at the family residence 7 403 South Twentysecond Street on Monday and her aaeral took place from St Charles Borromeo church on Thursday Time deceased was fortyfive years old She is survived by her husband William J McGuire and is mourned by many friends The funeral of Mrs Rosa La Paille who died at St Josephs In firjwary on Thursday of last week took place from the Church 9f Our Lady on Saturday inbrniug The deceased was 1K ut3ra0Ili and had always lived Iri Louisville 8ix9ns survive liar They are Harry Wiilltam Charles Jphk Jo Mph and Frank ia ram Time deJ oeaed lady wia highly e temed by all who knew her JUIUMSE FO8TPONBD ffhoiJUfH Rev CJ P Maes Bishop of Covlnirton was ooniecrated on IIlnext1tI bratioh will not q5 held until AprilI when the einibellUhment of tho Cov tnftott Cathedral will be completed I Colleges schools and academies n e plannkmg supplementary celebratui a during the Interim III ti 1 tII- fti w DEFICITS J tfhave No Terrors lor Averaget Member ot Kentucky Legislature Eat limit Alive amid iroimre tot More ol Them Is the Motto Senator Ryan Oilers Worthy Bill for Conolderntlou of Solons PROVIDES FOR CITYS WELFARE The present State Legislature of Kentucky started out well but it seems to be bent on a weavin tImelegislators confrontedNoSenatorhmaethey I shapeor J lcatedthat I curse whether there was or was not a deficit A deficit means a hole in the treastury That seems to male no differ Theygo I create new offices and entail add Representatives tindeficitsIIevery day Representative J no Zimmerman t lies offered n bill providing for a irhln1ci I in the State Each county is many 1 square miles in area While the truant officer is chasing one truantsninetynine others in his county will play hookey Representative J r Buford offers jj- a bill Ion the appointment of a Com l missioner of the State Fiscal Court Another needless expense Jo away with the State Fiscal Court rind save money for the State and its tax 1 payersRepresentative 0 II Brooks has 1 offered a bill providing for tin As slstant Commonwealths Attorney in 1 daysNearly 4 I hears of any Commonwealths Attorneys of Kentucky dying from overlwork l ffhen comes Senator E Bertram blpartlsnnBoard I members to be appointed by the Secretary of State The Bertram bill provides for the examination of i compnnlellbuilding I also provides that each examiner is to yearNotSenator T A Combs reaches out with a Mil to create n State Board of Education The bill also carries with it places for two men at 2500 each per annum Lest he had over looked something Senator Combs reaches out again on time same day and offers an act providing for pay of 1 per meeting for members of J the Board of Education in cities of the second class samplesthe J of present solons They were sent to Frankfort to build the State not to wreck it Some of them may plead ignorance and pass There are others who ought to be punished for criminal ignorance They are graft ers who secure even ignorance under false pretences Those fellows are by no means confined to cities of the second and third class I In contradistinction to time ninny j bills providing for new offices is the act offered by Senator Mark Ryan abolishing time office of City Attorney in cities of the first class Iand creating the office of Corpora Ii tion Counsel The bill provides for two assistants and all the salaries j are to remain as at present Tlc bill If enacted will make no rad ical change in the Workings of the City Attorneys office but it wtnII permit Mayor Head to name ft legalI adviser for the city As it is nowtt every department is In time hands of Democrats except the City Attor neys office This is a very im portant branch of the body politic and Senator Ryan deems it wise id imavO the Mayor and the citys legal adylsprs in full harmony The cit Jiens of Louisville favor the enact ment of the bill and there is little doubt that it will become a law CLERGY FIRST In Louisville to Give Aid to Home Rule rund IrWiAmerleans of LfUiUvjlle are to take ome part ia aidjnf lion John E Redmonft cad hsi party to MMure home 1h 9rtis flr t pro noxneed move iraif made fh Very Bev Tatker James P roall1ad jhinUtralor of the tlioceiie and tn4 Ber father Patrick Welsh paBtot ot Sacred Heart 91Jh1Io VkVf able and pwtriotio olerryinen had eol jjcl6n1 in their re peHr churolifrI for the pilrppiie last Sunday Tim eicb- lole the people responded as gen ejrously ail they could Tlieir good example started others Several divisions of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and the Ladies Auxiliary followed inSt Now it to dR proposed tohold a general meetingr of the friends of Ireland of Louisville in the near future interest in the matter wbcninoreI moted Although T P OConnor M P did not visit Louisville tin sons and daughters of Ireland re enthusIasticallyinTime idea will develop rapidly as soon as definite action is taken CENTRAL COMMUTE Catholic Knights Open the New Year Auspi ciously theCnthoUc mtStoflastlresidentJohnt order Henry Bosquet announced that the new directory would be ready for distribution about Febru PMediantimeinstallationnerEugene newPIesldenthis remarks and promised to lend lpthewould follow the example of John Schnlda the retiring President us praisedPresidentin behalf of the Central Committee Vice President Ben Beckmnnn made a happy address and promised to support President McCarthy in his undertakings Secretary Ben Kruse and Treasurer Charles Falk also promised loyalty to the Central Committee and the order iMajorGen Reichert sent a com 1I1tytogested the formation of a Nashville Club among local Knights to attend the convention at Nashville in May The Tennessee capital is the birthplace of the order and Gen Reicherts suggestion met with hearty approval Delegate John Fackler appeared after a long nb- ence He expressed his pleasure nt what he saw and hearth PresldentUcCarth announced the Chairmen of committees as fol lows Membership John Schalda Press len Gus Kane Employment Oscar Maler Ritual William T Meehan Entertainment William M Higgins Mr Higgins imemdiately announced the rest of his committee They are Patrick buoy Charles T Desse Henry Bosquet Charles Hill HUB Kane Oscar Maier and John Schalda President McCarthy an nounccd that he would name his other committees at the next meeting All the delegates were on edge to see what President McCarthy hind to offer in the way of n symposium The President summoned Col Henry Hunold and admonished him to do his best Col Hunold hail his glases adjusted and the symposium was a success ST PATRICKS DAY Is Being Arranged For by Hibernian County Board The County Board A 0 II held its first meeting of tho new year at Bertrand lIon Tuesday night and under very favorable auspices Divis ions 2 a and 4 were fully represent ed The meeting had been called on the same night that Division 1 held Its regular meeting but as ibis was through inadvertnnee the representa tives of Division 1 will be properly cared for In the absence of County President P J Welsh who is ill County Vice President Joseph Lynch occupied the chair Quite a lot of routine matters were given attention but the principal feature of time evening was the mnn nor of observing St Patricks day It was suggested to hold a public meeting about that time to aid lion John E Redmond and the Irish party in Parliament Other suggestions called for a banquet an entertain ment of a musical and literary char acter and another for a moving picture show illustrating Ireland It was finally decided to leave the due observance of St Patricks day in the hands of a committee and noting County President Lynch ap pointed the State and County Presi dents and the four division Presi dents Another meeting of the County Board will be held In the near future and the committee will be prepared to make at least a par tial report ESTEEMED LADY DEAD Mrs Catherine Coakley one of the heat known arid most highly esteemed members of time Dominican parish died at her residence 525 Mest Kentucky street on Thursday afternoon of last week She was the widow of John joakley a popular attorney who died about twenty years ago Mrs Coakley is survived by five children Mrs John P Cas silT Mrs Edward J MeDonogh MiMHM Rose and Lucy Coakley and Joseph eokl JThe funanillt9Qk place from St Louis Bertrands church on Saturday morning The hipki esteem in wmcli she wa a held WM tetedyth large attendance at time requlein maw J NBV DlOCWSttS The arelidlioewM ef 8ti Paul 1ti1 life twp new ssis AtiMc 4o the seven already ejdsMBj The newt sees wefe recommended 1by the Bishops of the province Crpokiton in Northern Mill fsol Js ao be one lee and Birawfck North Dakota the other S c PROBING IJ High Cost of Living Is Work of Certain Solons in Ohio Milk Elect and Form Product Trusts Wit Soon Suffer Inquiry Time Entire Ration Is Interested in Hooting Out Grow ing Evil BACK TO THE OLD FARMS All writing oflivingwriteuboutCardinalaSermonPresidentThftmes lmshndengage a colloquy over it When there is l11ghIIvJngradIcallyevilWhatremedyJust seems able to satisfactonily matter but will tam its own time about it Time perSOilnotimethatfoodbut he fails to see an increase in his IOhmicbeentherightrondto tofinchapply the remedy Why could not Congress do it It line appropriated money to investigate the cause of yellow fever typhoid fever and the whole nation is fighting tuber culosis but it remains for time Ohio Legislature to fight the greatest of all American plagues the increased cost of living AttorneyOeneralmovement In Ohio The committee of legislation that will conduct the investigation is made up of two UcpubHcansProsecutor Toledo the man who sent the ice men to jail and broke up the hum ber trust huts been retained as counsel for the investigation The Investigation will begin at Cleveland DaytonSprlnglll1c1 Cleveland the committee will try to find out the mental telepathy that enables all the milk dealers to raise the price of milk to eight cents n quart on the same day in time fall and reduce it to seven cents in time spring In Toledo another alleged milk trust will receive attention Bread trusts are said to exist in Springfield and Dayton In Cincin anti the warfare existing between the farmer producers of milk the lljmensAssociation County Milk Dealers Association investigationFarm tigated all over the State and it Is expected that the privileges of commission merchants in Ohio will be greatly curtailed after the Investlga tion ends In all parts of Ohio time working of cold storage houses will probability peddlersAtinto cities and towns in Ohio and sell his products to the consumer unless he pays a license Agents of cold storage plants and commission houses go through the rural dis tricts buy up vegetables eggs and other products at a low rate The goods are stored until there is n great demand and then this stale storage house stuff is foisted on tho priceInGov Harmon said It has become a living question how can we get nlongThe increased cost of living affects more people than the ine qualities of taxation Something legislators tions are now we are really building up a modernized feudal system where a new aristocracy of wealth is bringing time working people of this country closer to time meat once a week condition of the Euro pean peasant There Is much sense in what Gpv Harmon says The people of all the States are anx iously awaiting the outcome pi the Ohio investigation James J Hill the railroad magnate and one of time most demo cystic and sensible of American millionaires believes there is a great danger to our institutions because young men want to get away from the farms and migrate to the citIesiHe saya we need more and better farmers That is perfectly true Time people are realising that Stats prerrlntheiriKsifntifie1 farming The iarme ir life IR time independent life MeeiRrtelligent farmers will raise Many l times as much farm products as are raised now ITl1nthe prce will 1ri regulated by tile farmers as of old There ihustibe an end to truls and trust mAffntt Oliver Gkiltf wnith hit the MM pa time liiad when JeW1okj s1 Princeii unajr fUrorielt or may feJL brewtK J nke Them M ft hrth bath ndeBut a bold peasantry Its co ntryii prickWhen destroyed can never be supplied 14PUcrIRISH AM3IcAJ u t e KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGW devoted to the Social and Moral AdvascelBe eatollrlah AmerlcMS and Cathellcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publlihere V SUBSCRIPTION PRICK ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY gc Entered it the Loulivlll PoitoMIc tt StcoodCluj flatter U4re all Coamaileatloii to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Qreei St I LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JANUARY 22 191Q fSETlX EXA3IPLE Every Catholic parent ought t belong to at least one Catholic so clety In no other way can they = induce th hlions and daughters to become good Catholics The Cal ole man should first of all belong to thQ St Vincent de Paul Society If he should join the Holy Name iSo- ciety it would put little more burden on ihhn If he wanted social fraternal companions he has the- M Y I the C K of A the A O H the IC of C and other organizations 0that demand practical Catholics as members For married women each church has its altar society If the father belongs to the St Vincent ide Paul SocIety and the mother to the altar society the sons and daugnte will become faithful members of sodalities NEED TIlE IRISh The Catholics of England are very much alarmed over the prospect or home rule for Ireland If the sons A of Erin get their own Parliament where will the English Catholics be r kIthas been men like Parnell OBrle Healy Dillon Redmond and OCo I nor that fought the battles of EnglishI Catholics in the House of Common Take the Irish members away andI p the Catholics of England will beI without defenders It was theI I Irish who fought the bill for Catholic i education as they fought for every j other consideration that was give to English Catholics In recent year The Catholics of Great Britain might pattern after the Irish and start n united movement of their own GERMANY JS ALERT r The daily papers tell us that the Germans are watching the election I in Great Ilritain and Ireland wIth Interest Why should they not Americans arc watching the elec tions too ibut just now Germany illi I outstripping England in the coal mercial world The ships of Kmpero William sail to every South America I I port German students are con r versant with the Spanish nm L Portugese language and when thcy call on a merchant in South America they are prepared to address him In his own language Americans am l f particularly IrishAmericans wouldI do well to pattern after Germany The Germans watch every othei country study the language and tho topography as well as the customI and are prepared to grasp ever opportunity GOVERNED GOVERNORS rJ Gov Willson of Kentucky pre sided over the meeting of Governor of thirty of the fortyfive Statei tlft the Union who met In WashingtonI this week In his opening nddresi Gov Willson showed that lie too r was watching affairs in Grea Britain He said Nor are we to form a House of Governors Tin 4very term seems to me to smack 01t the House of Lords This conference las been devised in the interest 01 the people of the country c Kentuckys Governor urged lit I colleagues to get together regard less of party politic to work for the interests of all the people There never was a time when lIon A JE Willson was not a harmonizer IIt lie can not get the Governors into n j state of harmony there is little useI 1 for others to try TIlE ENGLISH BRAND Catholicity in England may beI growing if reports arc true but It surely has lots of room The Cath die Hherald of Manchester publishes 4 a letferfromuA Disgusted Tory Catholic who says It Is time for the Herald to quit calling Itself a Catholic paper as ItJs a mere Irish Ihome rule hack which Js con tlnually putting its politics before Its religion English Catholics he aayar about tired of this sort of i thing and have suffered enough at I tk6 hands of the Irlsb migrants In this country who are standing In the Way of the conversion of England to the fakh and are allying themselves with Socialists revolutionists and radicals to undermine the con ntltuUon to d8lltro1 the great safe t guard of our Catholic seh olthe House of Lordaad to lairnre the Conservative rbto which English Catholics belong Q1J1ll1lOrt7 of talk wUlrve a- lI CulpurpoUwm rtaW the Irish VOte ladliposed to be milled by Catholic Toriw WoO we fear are alto j open to the atnplctoit otilfputtliig their politics before their Wellgton Lord Norfolk and his colleagues- among Bug Urt Oatholtea will be at eea on a raft it the Irish people are given home rule They will have no defenders in the House of Commons Modern parents allow their chll dren too ninny liberties Boys r fifteen sixteen and seventeen years I are permitted to run the streets attend theaters of doubtful character and generally roam at will Girls of even more tender age are Illowed to attend bulls at public places It- r they come to grief the parents are blamed and blamed very proper Louisville Is now being held up to scorn because a seventeenyear youth passed a number of bogus checks In Southern cities The boy was allowed to run at large Time flies rapidly The joys of ChrIstmas have scarcely faded nwi anti now Lent is fast nenrlng ius How will we conduct ourselves dur- Ing that holy season Will we follow our Snvlour to his agony in the Garden of Gethsemane his crucl fixton and glorious resurrection or will be put the matter off If we procrastinate we may repent too Iliri Every day since the gcneral elections In Great Britain and Ire land began the outlook for the Liberals grows brighter It Isnow certain that Premier Asqulth will be- I returned to powoj but the ladle tions nre that he can not get along without the aid of the Irish Nationalists and Laborites in the event of a crisis I No matter how much you oro grieving there are sadder a 11 ends I than yours Comfort others in dls tress and you will be comforted Hemember your deceased relativ anti friends on their anniversaric It Isa holy and Wholesome thought to pray for the dead One minute may suffice to com mlt an act whose influence will cx tend into eternity T INSULT TO IRISH Ought to Be Noticed and Resented Without Delay The Talk of the Town column of the Louisville Evening Times Is sup posed to contain original jokes Her is one that appeared on Monda evening Wheres Molke Inquired the first Hibernian He dhrowned said the second Ill bernian Couldnt he schwlmm was tho further inquiry Yis He dill schwimm for noln hpurs but he was a union man Why should the Times man single lout the Hibernians for an alleged joke of this kind Is is because he thinks the Irish are u lower order omen and that the Hibernians are tbe lowest of the Irish Why not ascrlb the alleged joke to an Odd Fellow or- t a Mason Is it because it would be resentedTwo C1lrS ago the Times publisliei a picture of St Patrick beating n drum to drive the snakes from Ireland The local members of tin Ancient Order of Hibernians resent ed the insult and the management of the Times promised to reforp It ieems necessary for the Illberniat omnitttee to make another visit tot the office of the Times IEXmUTAINED LADIES TJie Catholic Womans League o1 Jliicago was entertained with U Luncheon bythe Irish Fellowshi Club nt the La Salle lintel on Sat mlny of last week There were 150 adies in the party Mrs John Me Tahon President of the league banked the members of the Fellow 1IIhlp Club for the Invitation She ilso told of ivlint the league Iiai icqbmplished and of Its plans forth future President M F riaherty told of the objects pf the Irish Fellowship Club A musical irogramme followed the lunjjbcpn MISSIONARY JOURNAL The Bulletin of time MIsslonarier of La Salette Is the latest exchange to come to the tables of tlje Ken ucky Irish American IUsnneRt Ittle booklet of thirtysix pages ind is published by the missionaries of La Salette of Hartford jonn The Bulletin wan formerly published In tIme Trench language and lAB hail i life of fifty years Its price Jis ifty ceiiiir ii year anti tIme inferma tipn it contains is worth many times he money RAYAVICK OtTIZBN DEAD Jblm Qv Grave one of Loul TlHe tt known merchants and brofcer wall to JUywteklMoiid y to at t nd tha fnrierml of lila uncle iorreJdliNlJ liii home inC Gra r who at Ajnrfelt 6ji Sindsy morning The iherattppk nlac from St XipfSi huroh on THpiday Alie tleeaItde- ionged to nn old Catholic family of Marion county nil lie was held IlL Myit esteem in that community MOTHERHOOD A babystept The mother kept- LoVewatch in pondering lost For at her side With arms flung wide The wee form marked a cross She thought perchance with anguish keen Might Mary so her Babe have seer By fearful intuition then Forqgllmpsed lila fate who died Ifor men The small arm fall From sunlit wall The golden beams creep down And ring wlthllghtSThe soft curls bright And lot He wears a crown Time prayer of all Earths mother hood Was in her heart us rapt site stoo Dear God on us look down b1001e down Grant me the cross and him the crown Valance Patrlnrche SOCIETY I Mrs Jesse B Tierney Is vlsltln friends in Frankfortr Mrs Jack Gilbert entertained ller bridge partyon Wednesday ofter noon Mrs M V Bosche of Portland en teHnlned her bridge club On Tue tiny homeIMiss Nora Brooks is expected next week from a visit to friends al Winchester Miss Bertha Mahoney has retunu from a visit to Mrs John C Fenle of Lyndon Miss Anna McGrarli of Denve Col is visiting her cousins tIle Misses McAullffe Miss Lizzie Hawkins is vlsitln Mrs E W Fawcett of East Sprin street New Albany Miss Bessie Bapler bus returned tto New Haven after a visit to her slate Mrs nnuiel T Dant Miss Camille Semonin of T Her sontqwn has returned from a plea tnt visit to relatives in Parkland Mrs J C Hale and son of Enrlinf ton are visiting her mother frs Mary Miiiphyof South Louisville Henry Hunold who has bconsulr drlng from nn attack pf griST iIs improving anti expects to be ant oonJohn O Jlennessyof the Wester Union Company has been stations it Frankfort this week wiringre ports of Legislature doings Mrs William Burke of Ono Soutl Seventeenth street who has been ierlonsly JIIiRmuchI Improved nn will soon be able to be out Miss Margaret Coleman cuter nined it tea hist evening in honoi of Misses Ellen du Pont nnd Mis JIvn Moxlram of Wilmington Del Misses Maggie Cross Maggie Judg ihd Misses M1 and R Malone vere iinong the LoulRvlllc people regis ered at New York hotels last week Miss Alice J Canty anti Thoinns J Dowd popular young people of New tlbnny were united In matrlmon- jt Holy Trinity church on Thursdnj- vening M J Bannon went to ChIcago Tuesd y and spent the remainder oi the week there While In time Lake Ide City he picked up several nice contracts Mrs Walter P Lincoln line gone to Washington for a visit of ten lnya- V two weeks luring her absence udge Lincoln and his daughter lisa May Lincoln tire the guests of 3lrs Charles S ned Cupt Michael A Wall Jefferson illes new Chief of Police who hasI been very seriously UU is somewhat mproved Ills physicians now expect h1m to improve rapidlyamid his friends will be glad to see him out Miss Rosa Heitz of Jeffersonville I nnd Thomas Dedden of Louisville I were united in marriage at St nthonys church In Jcffcrsonvllle on Tuesday morning Many friends of the young people witnessed the eremOny Miss Mary Louise Gallagher wasI stess at a box partyat the Mary ndcrson Theater on Tuesday Aftet the performance the hostessI nnd guests went to Benedicts for ncheon The guests Included Misses iMargaret Slurphjf Julift icher Josephine Biirkley Dorrjs lag Jane Edgar Aina Lee Goss 111nnBertlln Miller anti EleanOr Bahl win rlcnds of Mrr and Mrs John eaney gave theili a surprise party UIIII week The host and hostessI were equal to the occasion however and all enjoyed the evening The JCUosts included Messrs anti Mes damer Joseph Lynch lien Iiecl inann John Hellon and John Urrture and Misses Winnie Collin Clara Hellbn ICatle Mangle Mamie anti Jennie eanny Mamie Cannon end fessrg Illlam Linsky Bernard Hellon monies Lynch Bernard and fieorge neekmannn an neUOriOeoJ9- Ke I ueyanti ilernawl Beckrajknti ST AGNB6FEAST Yestrdavas 11eftratofpSt A net anti the church Hecordlnj y lebrated thjs imnlrlllror that 111 maHgrt ot BCHSB Since time- so e of ttie lQBrth century jiay the ctheMe KnJs3Kj aedia the Taiherji ofdhe Churchaad ChnStlatjjittrvotfj 1mre lung her pni4rii and jstbllii bel virginity eiiilieroium tmWT tt- ure 1 Since the Middle A fe8t iI Agnes las been represented with 06 lamb tite symbol of virginal iuno cence on her feast two lambs arc blessed ijn Hornet und from their Wool are made the palliums sent b the POpe to the new Archbishops OJ1OW1Nt INTEREST I Causes Big Attendance At Meeting of Ladles Auxiliary TIle attcifdunce at the meeting of t the Ladies Auxiliary A 0 H on Wednesday evening was extra diuarlly large and the Interest was proportionate to the nttcndan I Miss Rose Sweeney presided with ller accustomed grace and dignity rhree new members were elected lhe most Important feature was the consideration of time nature of the observance of St Brigids day St Brigid is the patron saint of the Ladles Auxiliary It was decided to arrange for a mass for all the living members on that day Donations were made to the orphans and to the Irish Parll mentnry party It was announci that a new and handsome Outfit for the degree team would soon nrriy An excelent choir is being organlzi with Miss Mary Butler as the dlrectress A number of the memo bers made interesting and instruct addresses The ladles take particular pride In the increase of their insurance fuml The auxiliary will coopcrnte with the Hibernians in the observance of St Patricks day LAID AT REST Mother of rather OCor nell Dies of Old Age talabthlze with their pastor the Un John OConnell whose venerabl mother tiled at Cairo HI on Satui day Father OConnell celebrate the early muss at St Augustine on Sunday and then left for Cain where the retrained until after the funeral Mrs OConnell was born 1inI time County Limerick Ireland sever tyseven years ago Her maide name was Elizabeth King When she was twentythree years old she came V America and married Den ala OConnell In 1830 Mr and Mrs OConnell rei moved from NQW Orleans to Dna vile Ky where they resided untl 1804 From there they removed to hoogootee hid where Mr OConnel died In J885 Mrs OConnell then removed to Cairo IIIanll made llCr home with her children residing there Tilie surviving children ore Miss Margaret OConnell David J1 and Inmcrt OConnell of Cairo William OConnell of Murphysboro III anti the Itev Father John OCon nell of Jeffersonville AMONG TIlE SICK Bad Weather Causes Numbers to Suffer Prom Grip Mrs George Bieger who has been suffering from a severe attack 01 grip for several weeks Is Improving slowly nt her home 2241 West Jeffer son street Miss Ida lluidywho has beer threatened with the grip for several days and unable to leave her room is much improved and will soon be able to receive her friends at 23I West Main street Miss Mamie Warrisse chief stenog rnpher for her uncle Nlc Warrisse the baker is suffering from an at tack of grip and is confined to hei home in New Albany Her multitude of friends on both sides of the rlvei arc sorry to learn of her indisposi tion and hojie for lice speedy recov cry The Cooper home on Slevln street is a minature hospital J II Cooper who suffered a broken arm several weeks ago Is recovering and will soon be able to resume his duties Mrs Cooper null her daugnter Miss Susie are suffering from a severe case of grIt It is hoped that all will soon be restored to health OFFEM SOCIAL AND EUCHRE A coffee social anti euchre for the benefit of St Anns school will be iven in the school hull Seventh street aijd Davies avenue next Tues lay afternoon anti evening The uichre games will be called at 3 tclock in time afternoon and nt 8 in the evening Tickets are being old at fifteen cents each but chll Iren accompanied by parents will bo admittell free Each ticket will entitle the holder to ice cream and ake or luncheon The Rev Father robin Ti urn will be glad to see nil bUs friends at the euchre J URNATJTHAT DOES THINGS The Chicago Dally Tribune col lectCll2500 for those who were iade willows and orphans by the Cherry mine disaster The Tribune iinnagement sent n check for the full amount to Bishop Dunne of PeorIa and asked him to distribute Itt where it would do the roost good Just preceding the Christmns holl ays the Tribune started ft Be a 06d Fellow campaign anti collect ed 15000 wlll hwt1I distributed among worthy eharitles regardless if creed ArRTBRAN PRINTERS FKAST The Old Time Printers Assoctatton f Chlcwjro held ifs twentyfifth ah nal hAnqu t at the Hotel La Salle n Monday evening tile anniversary of Benjamin Franklin More than tOO veteran of the etlek Mt down to the f tMlIt1 MeCorhilck wneif of the Chicago Tribune ami tne Bev Father Pcr IJeCorry who mliKU the 3 oclock mass fda Ight worker at the PaulUt church t 6ua aya and holy d yn were time rlncp l peakem Qf the thirtyTslx meberPo the Committee JIAr Pinentaat 1eMt15 per cent were Irish J f DISPUTE Between Bnlllngcr and Prom dent Becomes National Scnndnl Heads of Dcpnrtmcnts Quart I Over Theory ot Law Former Attorncy bt Land Gra bers Is Secretary ol Interior I OPINION FAVORS MR PINtHOTi Now that time BalllngerPinch prominencepeople are asking What is Itnlabout The answer would make n long serial story because the con troversy had been In progress se ernl years before the public knew anything about it But brief stated two able Americans nre jealous eachof time others authorlt Mr Balllngcr is Secretary of State though perilously holding on to tb edge of his job Mr Pinchot was National Forester until Preside ApparentimeUalllnger has been arguing for tbe conservation of Americas natur resources under the law He de mauds the enactment of specif laws tending to promote the ownership by the United States Cover ment of the natural resources of Ule nation lie says the laws at preset on the statute books do not provhl for the legal acquirement by the nation of the forest reserves watex power sites and fields of mlncn depositsMr just as able just ns ardent a citizen argues that where there is no law specifically forbU ding the withdrawal of public land containing natural resources froi settlement or acquisition by other means these lands should be Ret aside and licit in security pendln the passage of the necessary specific legislation It was on this theory of the lai that Ralllnger nnd Iinchot arrive at the parting of the ways Mi BullingiT was not Secretary of the Interior one month before the split came It come about this way Lea than one month after assuming office Secretary Ballinger restored to public domain 3600TJ9J acres of lam which lint been withdrawn fron entry by his predecessor Secretar Jnniea 1C Garflcld Mr Iinchot hall disagreed with Mr Bnlllnger when the latter was Commissioner of the General Las Office under President Roosevelt 1Ie opposed Ballingcrs appointment as Secretary of the Interior without avail After the lands had been re stored to public domain Mr Pincho t told President Taft that Secretar Ballingers department was worklnj at cross purposes with the fores service President Taft told Secretary Ballinger to revise lila programme and pnrt of the land was rewith drawn but tIe percentage was small Ballinger resented Pinchots Interference and time feud grew Into at open breach Special Agent Glavis of the Forest Service department ninde public tin fact that Ballinger had been tin hired attorney of n bunch of pro moters mine owners and land grabbers President Taft dismissed Glavis and retained Ballinger Since then developments have followed rapidly Crimination and recrimlno tion came in rapid succession Time most recent development was the dismissal of Forester Pinehot by President Taft anti the appointment of a Congressional Committee to in vestigate time merits of time contro versy At present time bulk of opinion is on the side of former Forester Iinchot Congressman Ollle James from the First district of Kentucky has been chosen by the Democratic 3aicus to represent the people in the investigation ainiNAL BLESSES HIBERNIANS His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons In addressing hIs new years greeting to the Ancient Ordor of Hibernians and Ladles Auxiliary In the United itates and Canada wrote Your rder has always shown Its devotion oward our boly faith and for the ause of Catholic education and I now take pleasure in expressing my deep and sincere appreciation I wish to each and every member all ho blessings of this holy season with very good wish for the year 1910 MISSION AT HIGHLAND PARK On Sunday February 20 the Rev Father Henry C P of the Passion hit Monastery Chicago will begin n mission nt St Leos church Highland Parlc The exercises will open at the 10 oclock mass The mission will ontlmn one veek The hours of tlle morning and evening services for lie remainder of the mission will be announ ed later It will be the first mission since the church has been I built and the pastor and congrega I tion expect great spiritual profit NEW tANAGER I Harry R Whltesld has been elect I ell General Manager of the White I Ride Bakery Company and tl88um I- bisllew duties at onee lIe is tn t1iorough touch with all depart entg of the big concern The new Jficer ItfA brother of thelfIteCo- lJFWhltedewhQ founded the HwnyS8URPRKJBD PRIBNDS Mia Helen Ciclllft McDonough n- dKP Boehmioke have announced t11lajr marriage though the ahr Minceraent has been long delayed Thry were qtiletly married at St rtlnVi church on October 1111108- Mr Boehmicke la a shoe merchant I Jlas Boehwicke Is the daughter of J SemiAnnual CutPrice Clearance In Mens and Youths DUTCHESS TROUSERSThe manufacturers clearance of this seasons output through us their exclusive representatives in Louis yule All kinds of materials and patterns all sizes including stouts and Jleans Seven big lots at these cut prices II Grades 150 250 Grades 350 Grades I Grades 500 139 239 339 STRONGEST ON EARTH Every pair sold under the famous and original Dutch- warrantyess of lOc for every button that comes off llOO or a new pair free if they riptmS 1 LEVYSThe Bright In I WE wish to announce that a aIof TOYS and GAMES are to be had at this store the en tire year Always on SECOND FLOOR nnnn n un I Monte Phone 4961 126 S FIFTH STREIITVV i NEW MASONIC Monday Tuesday and Wednesday Nights and Wednesday Matinee MR CHARLES CHERRY IN THEBACHELORA by Clyde Fitch MRCRUL EV S Monday Tuesday and Wednesday Nights and Wednesday Matinee- DAVID BELASCO Presents BLANCHE BATES In The Fighting Hope Thursday Friday and Saturday Night and Saturday Matinee HATTIE WILLIAMSIN DETECT VE SPARKES CASINO THEATER 317 FOURTH AVENUE FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO This Is the Leading Moving Picture House in Louisville We cater es pecially to Ladles and Children PRINCESS and COLUMBIA Under the same We present only the standard productions historic dramatic and comic HOPKINSWhere the Crowds 06 MOVING Differentt Free tile Rest I New Films With fine explanatory talks by Dusjin Popular Illustrated MrII PricesI PICTURES I10c and 5c n Central Furniture GoIi- icorpor t l N W Corner Third and Green We Furnish the Reins Complete l Jay Paymenttl WM CALLAQHAN MlfSaiel ITheyI 1839 West Walnut ItoojI 89c I 300 Grades 400 Grades 600 Grades 189 289 389 Third and I Market Sts 1 Spot Louisville line displayS management Entirely W i t tMostt L1 IIMen ijtt mmt11 111 Uftyoua SAVINGS ACCOUNT ihere I to bear COMPOUND INTER- ESTyou may at lest be I t independent when you f earn ttleg days are over f Ky Title- Saviigs I Qaqk aridfIf Trus CoSFifth and Court Place I Open daily until 3 p m Saturday until 7 p m MONEY TO LENDSK s WANTEDTo Rent or Lease Grain and Stock Farm ADDRESS weE RILYS626 Bixtir Aviu llvlsvillf ky J TORY ftUNOLDDjKA kJjr Stis jM FaICY SrMIiU It A FiUlTciAt SAPPIJE RMM P IN OO1CTlSL OU WUtfctet a ipialtrM- MMIIH MOW WALNUT n- r fl r J KItNIUCKY n Xn AMERIC1 3 II iooN N MONUMENTS= In order to make room for the en largement of our workshop we offer our extensive STOCK OF FIRST IinglyMULDOON MONUMENT CO il 318320 WEST GREEN STREET i NINON- lMNN + N 44 e J E TRACYL H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 383 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS r AND EMBALMERS rlaru Purnbbc4 on jjcar Short Nonce NN MARKET STREET J Gran W Smiths SonI AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer carriages Furnished for AH Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 J BARRETTS SONS ttNOM FUNERAL AND EMBALMERS DIRECTORS fast Ma4n treat D J DOUGHERTY S I McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT 1 EmbalmersBoth Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Cells Answered Promplly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET ++ t t t t t t t+ MAS KEENAN f oral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All call promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all 1225 W occalonII Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMBR Washing and Dressing Ladies and i Children a Specialty HOME PHONE 1O77 rBEQDINQPLANTS Geraniums Roses tleleotropeEtc Cemetery Work p specialty REASONABLE PRICES 0 JACOB SCHULZ FLORISTBoth Pbne223 PRIVATE tUoSPITALtJ FIR THECARE OF INSANE ANI EPIC E TiCPQjIENiii Tlw Sfaten of Mercy of Jefferaonvillc hCMIpltalIoftneptltpttc patWntf Both male and female rw44fMOTHER MARY REGINA nBRCY HOWITAL Sperks AvtaM JaMtfmwWe 14 1531 W 81O MODERN METHODS I keep thoroughly uptodate with all the newest and best materials and methods My prices are moderate and my work of the highest cla- ssDRHENDRIGKS DENTIST 436 West Market Street I I CB THOMPSON FLORIST Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1080 All orders receive prompt attention I and satisfaction guaranteed anas RooersBOOGO e i PRAYER lOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every as eiGheus a call and inspect our line of good They are the finest of their kind In tins city Inks HacaziMS Md Mgim Artkites prJllvim 3ieY0Ilt1tTS- GN434nWwt Jffrsori Street PLY OHASBK I IIut a large bunch T of tmlgnonetU on able where you havSIaad7- Oit will be surprised Low few remain lis llhe roomu w A ii 1 1 INCREASING Is Attendance at the Meet Ings of Division 1 A O M Those who visited Division I A 0 11 Tuesday night noticed n market increase in attendance This lit itself gratified the officers and snore particularly Thbtnas Walsh OK President John T Ilodgers ihe well known printer was elected to memo bership and the application of Dr Charles McIntyre nvas received Some surprise hens evinced that a meeting of the County Board had been called on the sanle evening but It became apparent later that the call had been made inadvertently resident Walsh announced that the initiation which had been post poned in December would be held at the second meeting in February William M lliggins editor of the Kentucky Irish American made a brief talk on the present crisis in Great Britain nnd told what the result meant to Ireland The division promptly grade an appropriation to help Mr IJedmond and his colleagues President Walsh announced his committees for the year as follows jinanceTatnes P Barry Tarries Kilkelly and Joseph Farrell- limploymentJohn M1 Mullov Martin J Cuslck and William MI lllg ginsFederation Joseph Dougherty Senator Mark Ryan anti Thomna TarpeyInteraryThomns Keenan 6r Charles J Finegan and David OConnell Visiting James Doran NICE SMOKER Enjoyed by Many Members of Branch 25 Last Monday Branch 25 C K of A met Mon day night for the annual installation of officers The attendance was large and when an abundance of cigars were provided the members smoked talked and became better acquainted State Secretary William T Median conducted the Installation and all present were delighted with the new ritual The Rev Dr George W Schuhmann who is Spiritual Ad viser of the branch made a few brief remarks of an encouraging order and complimented the members on the excellent work they were en gaged in He said he hoped to see them all present on a similar occasion next year John Schalda President of Branch 32 made a spirited address and closed by Inviting all the members of Branch 25 to attend the installa lion of St Vincent de Pauls branch on Thursday night He assured a pleasant evening to all who attend ed President Meehan announced the fokwlng delegates to the Centrhl Committee Charles J Desse William M Hlggins Dr Chester Wunscli 3frr- F 11111 and P J Schreck The Entertainment Committee is made up as follows Charles J Desse E J Mann and Eugene McCarth- yEmploymentF It DeLeull and F M Olges NEW PUBLICATIONS The Kentucky Irish American has just reeclved the Archbishop Ryan number of The Indian Sentinel a magazine published by the Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions It gives an excellent and an instructive idea of the work that is being done among the Indians by the Catholic priests and nuns This little magazine costs only twentyfive cents a year and Is well worth having In every Catholic household It can be ob talned by addressing the Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions at 1326 New York avenue Washington DO Another new and excellent publica tion Is a Life of Christ told In words of the gospels and arranged by Mary Lee Fogg It Is from the Guardian Angel Press of Boston bears the Imprimatur of Archbishop OConnell and the preface Is written by Bishop John B Morris of Little Rock The book contains 200 pages and Is tastefully illustrated The Life of Christ will afford excellent reading during tho Lenten season CITY BASEBALL LEAGUE Louisville fans are not going to suffer from a dearth of baseball dur Ing the coming spring and mimmer The City League Amateur Base Ball Association held Its first meeting at the Sutcllffe Companys store on Tuesday evening Secretary J L Storks called time meeting to order and In the absence of President 6 M Tiidor Lee Fisher presided Reports showed that the league made a splendid financial showing last year This put all In agood humor over the prospects for this year Louisville South Louisville and Jeffer vllle reported improvements In their respective parks and Crescent Hill proposed on entirely new park Thanks were accorded the Sutcllffe Company for the use of its store as- a meeting place- MACAULEYS THEATER David Belasco will present Miss Blanche Bales in The Fighting IFope at Macatileys Theater during the first half of nest week with a mtetlnee on Wednesday During the latter half of the week Miss Hattte Williams will appear in Detective Sparkisoneot Frohmans great New York shows There Will be the ivsual matinee on Saturday x ATTENDS BROTIFBIlS FUNERAL Patrick Gavin A well known saloonkeeper of Jeffersonyllle i was called to Indianapolis on Wednesday to attend time funeral of his brother John who tiled in that city on Tueii day Job11aVlIJiIpopn at in the npoaier capital WliPPBP AT OQViyqTOff Mian fertrnde Aretdtokof J3of hifflon and Harry Ndre of pinclri riatl were united in matrimony at 8t Patrick church in Corhijrtori on Thursday The nev Father Tames c r a- a y r M k3a v p MS Moses Co 1 Ir Sensational End of the I Season Sale Now On r I I 11ienisSuitsandOvercaatsvalues 945H- undreds f of styles and patterns to begin with Better Hurry Mens and Boys Fur nishings Hats and Shoes now at Cut Prices I MS Moses Co Incorporated MARKET ST Below FIFTH The Daylight Meu1 Wev Store Mens and Boys Complete Outfitters Arthur J Klnsella Gen Supt t I W CUNNINGHAM II A HICKS WILLARD HOTELK- ENTUCKY 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 200 end 250 With Bath 300 BERT HICKS Manager Center and Jefferson Sts Opp Court House Cusack performed the marriage rite and celebrated the nuptial mass The bride is the accomplished sister of Dr James Averdiek Mr Kurrc Is a well known manufacturer of the Queen City KNIGHTS OP fiOLlIBIISI a Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere A new council has been instituted at Harper Iowa Time Logansport Ind Kviiglits will move into their tfwn home on March 1 Icon John F Fitzgerald the new Mayor of Boston is a pioneer memo ber of the order The New York Chapter will give SqunreGardenThe council at Erie conferred the third degree on a class last week Time visiting Knights numbered 400 Members of Oswego Council presented the retiring Grand Knight Thomas F Hennessy with a chest of solid silver elcctedIof Commerce lost week is a Knight and is the youngest man ever chosen for that responsible position At the suggestion of State Deputy Rice the Knights of Georgia have undertaken to maintain one mission ontlyingTime Right Rev Bishop Keiley has approved the plan- MASONIO THEATER The attraction at Masonic Theater the fIrst lhalf of next week will be The Bachelor one of Clyde Fitchs delightful coipedles There will be a bargain matinee on Wednesday MOTION PICTURES The Princess Amusement Company again has its fhree moving picture houses the Casino Princess and Columbia in full blast All are cen trally located and each is offering high class pictures every afternoon and evening The patronage at each house shows there is no falling off of interest in moving pictures OUSICK GOES EAST Martin J Cusick the popular Fourth avenue merchant tailor leaves today for New York to attend the national convention of hitters He expects to too gone n week and iylllcombine pleasure wfth business Martin has many friends Jn New York and particularly among the artistic clothes sculptors FATHER CUNNINGHAM ILL The Rev Father B A Cunningham of Sacred Heart church Union county is improving Slowly from an attack of grip and muscular rheuma tlsm from which he has been suffering since December 28 Pather Cunningham has many friends In Louisville who will be glad to hear of his speedy and complete recovery S1 OATT OAHNEY IlKMBRIBERBD iFrlends of Capto Violin T Carney presented him with handsome gold badge ornamented wlthc1lamonM Ilast Friday The presentation speech was made by County Attpr CRptCarneybJD8klnlTsK ailzhiwl friends desire tp encourag 1nIR1fl B CTiAIZ61IA- The nee Loneyqr of ton liiMi hell leotd the Acv Father Shee hen an olraplainO t ha L j ICALICO HOP Will Be Crowning Feature of Macklns Social Club I Mackin Council h1da large and an enthusiastic attendance On MOU day night with President John T Keuney In the chair The meeting I rsItaken In the work of the council A committee was appointed to confer with Aulyn Kalis ton concerning the operasAmongis made up of Thomas D Clines Chairman Louts J Kieffer Charles S llaidy William F Burke und Hob crt T Burke CUltS Frank A Lnnniian antI Slier ley Cunlff announced their men in the membership contest and from now until it closes the campaign will wax warmer each week It was also announced thut Macklns Social Club would close its season with nn old fashioned calico hop on the night of February 3 six days before Lent begins puny of the fathers and mothers of Macklns members attended calico hops thirty years and more ago The girls In calico tiprons and the boys in calico ties had just as good a time as the young folks of the twentieth century Mnckln Council proposes to renew the old custom Moreover each girl is to bring a pie of her own baking Every pie is to be auctioned and the young man that buys the pie must share half of it with the girl who baked it LOVE ERIN I Good Advice From Bishop Hickey to Rochester Hibernians In Rochester N Yon Monday evening of last week Divisions 1 2 4 and 7 nssemblpd in Division 2s lulu where a joint installation of the new officers of each division was StepHenlirownpal address of the evening Others who made addresses included the Right Rev Bishop Hickey and the Rev J F OHewi rector of the CathedralBishop Hickeys advice was brief and to the point He said While in this country we are to be Ameri cans yet we are not forbidden to be loyal to the land of our birth The more truly we are loyal to the one the more devoted we will be to the ether No one will make a bet ter citizen of any republic than the man who is true to the land of his birth You of Irish birth are to love that land and keep its memories sacred always not because it is Ire land merely but chiefly because we know how much the people of that country have had to endure for their faith During their days of trial and days Of glory we find them loyal to the church of Christ State President Brown und other speakers urged the necessityof teaching Irish history in parochial schools GERMANIRISH BANQUET A GermanIrlsh banquet will beheld at Carrill Institute Hall Wash ington D C on the evening of February 21 It will be given under the auspices of the United German and United Irish Societies of the District of Columbia The affair will be in the nature of a joint celebra tion of Washingtons birthday and tIs safe to predict that the capacity of the hall will be taxed to the limit representingboth reputationand the menu will be all that can be desired AGED AND ILL The fact that Joe B Alexander atone time the best known hotel- keeper in Kentucky was an inmate of the home for the aged and infirm conducted by the Little Sisters of the Poor at Tenth and Magazine streets during the past two years was surprising if not distressing news to many former friends and ne quaintances Mr Alexander is now in his eightysecond yeah and Is in poor health Years beore lIe went to the Little Sisters he had to use crutches All had lost sight of hint until he appealed to his friends for aid this week SARTO COUNCIL Sarto Council Y M I of Owens born entertained on Wednesday night of last week in honor of the Ladles Auxiliary The affair was in the nature of a reception and dance The council and Its lady friends attended in large numbers and the evening was thoroughly enjoyed Sarto Council has also organized asocial club and has published the first issue of its quarterly bulletin A literary club is now in process of organization The Ladles Auxiliary will entertain next Wednesday NEW LAAV FIRM Upon his return from the present session of the Legislature Senator Mark Ryan will become associated in time practice of law with County Attorney A Scott Bullltt and At torney James R Heinphill This ought to make a winning trio HOPlUNS THEATER The motion pictures at Hopkins Theater ate filling the house Several tlnles every afternoon and evening lime pictures ate clear and life like Manager Dustm ta jnakingtjfood his promise to give his patrons the high est class of entertainment TOC1fAI1IT1eAt the beqiieitt of Viwr Blln K IKhlW1fG died recently ft Item twtu1JelfralXeouRholeo lft 1000 to JIlt RevFather 3 Ai Hogarty for masse r u FRANK FEHR BREWING CO Brewers and Bottlers C 1 LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED LOUXSVXLLE KY FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for 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selected stock affordII every opportunity for the selection RICH AND DAINTY GIFTS Here you will find everything usually carried in a firstclass Jewelry Store except high prices Purchase here and you will save money IJ BRUNN New Location 303 W I MUSIC IN THE HOME Is at all times essential and there is no time when it is ap predated more than In the summer A- FARRANDCIJCILIAN PIANO Will supply this music if there is so one In the family that eau play All one has to do to enjoy their favorite selection Is to Insert a rollt of music and pump justexact4y marks are stamped on the roll showing anyone how to secure the proper expression Come In and permit us to show you more about the FarrandCecilian i MONTENEORORIEtlMMUSIC CO Incorporated t 6 SOOO FOURTH AVENUEI a O Best to Be Had An ever increasing host of satisfied customers in Louisville New Albany and Jefferson vllle testify to the quality and freshness of Mulloys goods Try his SPEOIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR 50C Green Black or Mixed Teas an excellent grade 1 pound for MULLOYI 45c I COFFEE ROASTER 81 Nome Phone 1321 fat w 1 S IZKET FJ 1 J 1 T S l 4 450 PER TON Never Mind WeatherJ- ust Use FOX RIDGE and forget It SCANLON COALf tPhones 405 G T RIDER General Manager SEND THE KENTUCKY 1 IRISH i + AMERICANT- o 1 I j the Old Folks in Ireland This Year j iiiItWill Tell Them AH About the Big Home Coming t CRACKED N BUCKLED Jefferson MuIIoys Coffees the COJr1oorporateCl AND Has Yur New Piastaricg Cracked uBuckled If you had used our Diamond Wall Plaster it would not have happened KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER CO Incorporated 1 Both Phone2Ie7 First and River LeulsvllU Ky I Also operating Hoosier Wall Flatter PUHt jclTtrwnvlIl Iud Phone JW t j PR Js T GHAWKVe- tcriniry InftrMary alai aerie Shiwimg Forjfe 1 4 SCimfftt AW PfWCTICAL HORSE K e 6 I jrsies IIPJaaul peaty tlietY Phones Z s QPFgI AND POR4E 71415 uv nm TUET- U I r i HIBERNIANS Whit They Have Been Dolr the Past WiekUeneral- News Notes There are now fortyone divisions of the order in Chicago Maine divisions now aggregate 2000 members and each division fis growingDivision 5 of Columbus Ohio has 100 members and more than 1000 in its treasury Division 4 of Albany NY enter tained five priests at the recent in stallation and banquet Officers of Division 1 and the Ladles Auxiliary were jointly In stalled at Itosemount Mlnm lastL week presentsJohn d with a gold watch as a token of ap predation Division 40f Syracuse N Y toil- have I a beautiful new banner in thin- for the St Patricks parade on March 17- Under the administration of State President J Fred Cassidy lire new divisions of the order were founded In Maine during the past year St Paul Hibernians held an Irish night last week More than 500 peo ple attended and there were numerous entries in the jig dancing contests Division 1 of Cortland N Y has subscribed 25 toward the Irish Par exnmpleledi to give generously lfaskeyeIowa dorsing the Irish Parliamentary party and urging all Hibernians to support Hon John E Redmond County President William J Doherty of Chicago broke th ground for a new threestory hop and hall for the order in that city last week The estimated cost of the home is 35000 tyBoardhave a parade in Pittsburg on St Patricks day Instead all Hiber nians will attend a big celebration atI Carnegie Hall in the evening Mess Ahn Kennedy has been re elected President of the auxiliary nt St Cloud Minn She has served eight years or since it was founded- A splendid new division has been organizedl at Prior Lake Minn Prof Michael G Rohan entertained1 Cincinnati Hibernians last Sundn evening with an illustrated lectur- on Beautiful Ireland Prof Itohnn is a Hibernian and is head of the National Irish History Commission Ladies Auxiliary Division 12 off Pittsburg has been presented with handsome Irish banner by Fran Cohen Mr Cohen carried the banner at the head of Division 12 whenI the old Pittsburg Cathedral wits dedi cated forty years ago The various divisions of the Ladles Auxiliary of Pittsburg are arranging to celebrate St Brigids day February 1 in a very pretentious mnnner In the morning nil will attend mass at the Cathedral In the evening there will be a euchre and dance FINE FEAST For Holy Angels Sodality of the Cathedral Parish The holy Angels Sodality of the Cathedral parish entertained all it members at a social session at 2 oclock last Sunday afternoon An albundance of refreshments were delightfutreatd 1 n half At 330 oclock all went to objectbfpurposeTheHolyAngelsfirst Sunday In 1010 The following young ladles were chosen Prefect Miss Amelia McBride First Assistant Prefect Lula Fontana Second Assistant Anna Burns Secretary Marjorie Belihan Treasurer Lizzie Grady Sacristan Blanche Tlerney Librarian Elsie Burns Organist Julio Glassner The Very Bcv1 Father Bock was of coursecon tinned as Spiritual Director and made a forceful but brief talk to the young ladies The members desire through tile Kentucky Irish American to express their thanks to the good Sisters of Mercy for the great Interest ittey have taken in the sodality Espe cially do they thank Sisters Mary Agatha and Margaret Mary for faithful attendance at their meet ings Their powerful Influence has brought many new members Into the sodality The members approach holy communion on the third Sunday of every month and meetings are held every other Sunday In the Cathedral school hall where the bf Mice Is sung end beautiful prayers are offered In honor of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin OARRIKUS GilT tfHE GRIP Trampihfr through the sn6w has not proven conducive to good health spring local letter earners John Btoie who entries a Portland route had a siege of the grip but is now heck at work Harry Stewart who has a rontetm West Trainl street Is still illand coatined to his hoists W 35 Ross who emrrles a route JJn the neighborhood oft Fifteenth suet J ffersoH streets Is alsol onthealck- tilltThe skik men are anxiobK toli backn the job aRdtheit frtemlti are Anxioittf to 11 their1 smulHn- gfaces t AIDING 8T JaiQS o ft The ladle and gSnUtinen of St hats parish iHlfJwd Parkf hills made arrang in DU to give a euohre on the afternoon and vening of Thursdar Periiary 3 The euchre will be given in the school ball The I afternoon sasses air b called at 230 oclock anal the eaAing nanws t z trF- 1tr- F1rr r ta SOCIETY DIRECTORY ioH- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Walsh Vice President William Murphy Recording Secretary Thomas P LawlerFinancial Secretary Thos Dolan TreasurerThomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Louts Roller Sentinel David Whelan DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday TIed Mens Hall First andti larke- tPresidentC J Ford Vice PresidentRaymond Barrett Recording Secretary Tim J Stone Financial Secretary r John T Keaney Treasurer Joseph Lynch SergeantatArmsDave Murphy SentinelWilliam Nash 3IThursdaysePresidentPatrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording SecretaryThomas J Stevens Financial SecretaryJohn G lies ionTreasurerDanis J Dougherty Sentinel =Thomas Noon SergeantatArmsJames P Stev ens DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street HennessyViceLynchFinancial J LanganRecording Secretary John J WinnTreasurerHarry Brady SergeantatArms William Callag bane DleDereDIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVI11LE Meets on the First and Third Tues days at Plans Hall President J G Cole MurphyRecording Mc Grody Financial Secretary J E Cole Jr Treasurer Bernard A Coll FlahertyInside Y I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 ClubyTwentysixtheKenneyFirst L LanahanSecond SherleyCunlff OskSecretaryWilliamA Financial Secretary Frank G dam9lreasulerDan Weber Marshal Allen G Wobben Inside Sentinel A C Link Outside SentinelJoseph Stewart fTsER b Not Like Certain Doctors I Dr J A Dronln of St Jbhnibary Vt writes Feb 201901 I am not al certain doctors ary antagonistic to propileUrr medicines when I know their talus Ai to Pastor KoenlgV Nitre Tonle I have tested its quality long time ego and have often prescribed the same for persons awho applied for it reputedI afterwards HopeTlUe TV Va Sept 8 1807 u farmer being of tea exposed to the rain I was frequently troubled with Rheumatism and my stomach was visa mfBIcted The doctors diagnosis of mr cue was indigestion Last fall I was troubled frequently A pain beginning in my tight vide would more towards my stomach at a time I then began to take Pastor Koenlgs spoonfallthe lestof the bottlo and the pain has never returned Faunt RRIIB FREE OEtiIoS- loJlJ astfirsteA Valuable nook on Net VOUS Diseases suds Sample bottle to any address Poor pa tlenta also get the ma4Idae tree Prepared by the Raw FATHER Koxmo cf Fort Wayne lad since 1876 and now by the KOENIG MED CO Chloago III tOO Lake Street Sold by Druggists at SI per Bottle 6 for Large AH S17I 6 Battles for 9 at 8 oclock Many handsome prizes will be awarded the victors The Rev Father John J Fitzgerald In vites all hIs friends from other parishes to attend these euchres St Leos Is one of the new churches It is being embellished as fast as pos sible but many more things are needed The congregation is small and Catholics from larger parishes will find it a pleasure to help en courage Father Fitzgerald and his people Tickets are only twentyfive cents lUAMMOrJJIEUCIlItES In Aid of St Anthonys Hospital Have Been Arranged The Ladles Sewisg Society wilt give its annual euchre for the bene fit of St Anthonys Hospital at Phoenix 11111 Park next Wednesday and Thursday afternoons and even- Ings These euchres have proven popular and successful during the last seven years The ladies want it understood that this is not in the nature of a bazar or fair and therefore much lVs expensive for those who piirticipate The record of St AnAiony8 Ices pltal for 1906slibwu that the good Franciscan nuns cared t rmaRr charity patients Thesei Sistersc- i11y deserve support frpm all yrjaio are shleto give it to them And the forthcoming euchre wilt furnish an excellent opportunityt to combine pleasure with1 charttyi The ladles of the society and the gentlemen as Meting them are working heart and coal to male the Affair the best ever gwen and it is looked forward to by all with keen exp etai4y s rtj 1 l1 IRELAND Record of the Host Important ol the Recent Events Culled Prom Exchanges The body of Daniel Beechmoor was found In a dyke at Kllronan County Cork Mrs Charles Greene of Limerick has given birth to triplets two girls and a boy Michael DcrrJ1 County Down postman was found dead in the snow near JTewry Camloughbranchbeen greatly increased A motion to abolish the salary of the Mayor of Drogheda was defeat ed by a vote of eleven to four In 1000 the total number of electors for the city of Cork was 13005 This year the number was 13707 H E Monteith has been elected Clerk of the Petty Sessions for Drmore and Dromara County Down Mark C Henry Chairman of the Swinford District Council has been appointed a Magistrate for County Mayo Dr Francis Keano has been ap pointed certifying surgeon under the factory act for the Ballina dis trict County Mayo The mill and branch bakery at Kells County Louth owned by John Spicer were destroyed by fire The loss will exceed 10000 James Lynch a farm laborer of County Louth was found drowned In a ditch The Ooroners jury re turned an open verdict Dr Joseph P OKane son of Dr Michael OKane of Derry has been appointed medical officer for the Llmavady postal district Miss Grace OConnor a native Irish speaker has been selected by the Sisters of Mercy to teach Gaelic in their convent at Dundalk Nowtownbutler County Ferman agh boasts a resident 104 years old Ills name is Francis Murray and he is still in possession of all his facultiesMichael and James Carew aged thirteen and ten years respectively were drowned while skating on Christmas day Both lads hind re ceived holy communion earlier in the day In and around Athlone the death of the Rev Father John Dolan is deeply regretted He was pastor at Loughglynn and was regarded as one of the ablest clergymen in the diocese of Elphin- In opening the Quarter Sessions at Castleblayney Judge Craig con gratulated the grand jury on the fact that there was but one case for it to consider He said he hoped it would prove a good augury for the entire year The iRev John Toqer of Aghameen County Louth who was recently ordained in St Peters Cathedral at Peterborough Canada celebrated his first mass In that Cathedral He willbe one of the assistant rectors in that church RETREAT For Men at St Louis Ber trands Proved Big Success The retreat for the men of the Holy Name Society of St Louis Ber tranda church was brought to a close last Sunday evening at 730 oclock The Itev Father M J Tipple O P who conducted the retreat was most gratified at the at tendance at all the morning and evening services At least 400 men received holy communion at the 0 oclock mass on Sunday morning and at the closing service 125 men went forward and pledged to refrain from profanity and bad language Tathtr Ripple will always be well omo at St Louis Bertrands He made it plain that no man in the parish could give a good renson why he jliould not belong to the Holy Name Society That organization is now double In membership what it ever was before After tbeG oclock mass Sunday morning the members of the Holy Name Society held a brief meeting and decided to continue the old of ficers for another year as all had proven faithful in their duttesind because the regular time fop election had passed The office are Adam Schmitt President Stephen JiMcEllIott Vice President John Schaad Financial Secretary Joseph F Wagner Treasurer Mar tin J Gernghiy Recording Secretary The Bev Father Eugene V Flood will continue as Spiritual Adviser KEHEAHSATS IN PROGRESS A rehearsal was held for the musi cal comedy The Mocking Bird at the Catholic Womans Club on Mon day evening The attendance was fine and the chorus did some effective work The costumes for this production will be artistically de signed and wllll be bright and attractive They will be of various styles such as country girls citizens of New Orleans sailors soldiers empire gowns court dresses arid various uniforms of the seventeenth century The action of the opera takes place just before the Louisiana Purchase at the Place DArms near near Mew Orleans The music Is catchy and bright and the comedy Is ftneProf Leo A Schmitt Is much pleased with the way in which the east and chorus are taking hold of the work and all are striving to make the production of The MOck lag Bird a Creditable one STAG SUPPER Air John Lubbers entertained a rewofh111 fowling friends with a stag supper at bta residency Ninth and Jefferson streets on Monday evening Slaving lust returned from fete twvddiajc tour Those present Were Fred L Stengel GeorBoard nkn Jbhn J Barry 1 Albert Ii Gregg Thomas M Barry Fred B Schmidt and Newton Selbent Many toasts were offered to Mfi and Mrs Lub ben long life Mid wxwpwrlty li 4 For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are largest 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