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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 I I w 1 r t F KENTUCKY IRll AMERICAN Fl y VOLUME XXV NO 23 LOUISVILLE SATURDAy 1 ECEMBEK 8 1910 PRICE FIVE CENTS FATHER BRADY St Cecilias Church the Crown rig Ambition of His 1 1CarcerJ f Will Be Solemnly Dedicated to Gods Service Decent b beril- BrletSketcli of Busy Life and Work He Has Done IS A TRUE IRISH SOGGARTH The dedication of St Ceclllaa new church will take place with sot emn and impressive services on Sunday morning December 11 Right Roy Bishop ODonaghue will conduct the ceremonies and will be assisted by many 6f the priests of tho diocese He will also preach the sermon In the evening there will be solemn vespers benediction and sermon by Vicar General Cronin The church will be richly furnished and is one of the finest In the diocese Right here It Is proper to say a few words about Father Brady who looks upon ute dedication of St Cecilias as the crowning glory of his priestly life The story of Father Bradye min istry is an Interesting one After a six years preparatory course at St Patricks College at CaVan Ire land his native town ho passed the examinations for and entered All Hallows College where alter a rigid course In logic philosophy and the ology ho was ordained to the priest hood for the diocese of Louisville June 24 1873 Ill the early autumn of the same year ho arrived in Louisville and presented his obedience to the late Bishop Mc Closkey His first appointment was t countyts sent to Raywlck 1874 he was appointed to Calvary and the great Casey missions After two years of untold labors in these arduous missions his health failed him and in 1876 he was appointed professor of clasalcs and jchurch his tory at St Joseph College Bardsf town Ia 1878 he was commissioned to take charge ef tIjeDYl11emIs1 dOM VltlC residence at Danville I Here he labored for fifteen years with moet remarkable success Dur- Ing this administration ho erected and paid for four churches and min- Istered to the spiritual needs of the faithful of the eight counties that comprised the mission His great zeal and continued success kept him constantly tn the eye of his Bishop and frequently when the BIshop knew that Father Brady had a few days surcease from his labors Joined him at his Danville home and en Joyed his well known hospitality In 1893 the lamented Father Mackin died and although during his pastorate he paid off more than 20000 of the debt of St Cecilias be left an unpaid balance of 18000 It was at this moment that the Bishops eye again rested on his capable and successful friend at Danville and be lost no time dn requesting Father Brady to take up the burden And burden it was St Cecilias was old and dilapidated the priests house unfit for habita Lion the school insufficient the whole place desolate and all that Father Brady found on his arrival was a bunch of falling buildings But he also found a blggar bunch of the biggesthearted people that ever gathered round a priest They soon found out that the god father had a way with him that was Irre sistable and the whole congregation soon fell victims to his many excellent traits Plus is not fulsome praise Listen to what he and his congregationworking hand dn I handhavedoneltlnce be came among them First of all he built a fine parochial residence the might conserve JJ1aJ fiealtk for the work he was about to undertake Tho school needed Improvements and it got them The poor old church that looked like the last rose of summer was soon adorned WlthfdUsand frescoesand with all this going on the 18000 debt was rapidly dItp- earRgA few years ao be announced his intention of building a new St Cecilia The result is the magnificent temple that adorn the corner of 3t Cecilia and Twenty fifth streets and nearly every dollar of the 65000 that It cost ds paid for Here certainly 1Is love of God and neighbor admirably demon I trated and crowned with success NEW ALBANY T Unity Ceundl YM I of New Albany will hold ILi annual ekctton ofi officers Monday BifhtOn the Junday foltowlag the aem1ers will eceire holy oommu don ia a ITJStJiar1a ckMTCh SUMMBll SOHOOIi FRWUMCNT Rev vldJHletyHeto oft TfanBto Xavierg hurh Brook yntiJa been elected FrMdt of he Catholic Summer 8olHKl Vptfcw iI ky we aeni prwt loot UOIt 4 Jt 4 work waa lee ooeftil tt WlCMot1Il Prooid3 wle ualeltaooo 1JIttJ 1j I U tIrr L II a I the first Umo that Brooklyn has been EO honored Rev John J Do- nlanof Center Moriches Long Island was elected Chairman of the Board of Studies succeeding Rev I Father McMillan of the Paullst Fathers who retires because of 411 health DEATH ANGEL Calls Into Eternity Spit of Mrs Matilda Doherty In the early hour of Friday at her home on West Market street this city In obedleffce to the summons ef the God who sent It into this life the soul of Mrs Matilda Doherty beloved wife of Dr William B Doherty returned to its eternal home in par adise Mrs Doherty was fortyeight years of age and the daughter of the late John Deppen for many years the leading clothing merchant of Louisville Though an invalid for a number of years Mrs Doherty took I a quiet and unostentatious interest I in the poor and a number of char I flies and by them her demise will be deeply deplored The acute Illness which caused her death lasted but eight hours Besides her husband she daughtera medical student at the University of Louisville Paul Doherty a law student at the University of Michi gan and Miss Mary Henrietta Doherty Tho funeral took place Sunday morning from St Patricks church with Father Cronin V G as the celebrant of the solemn mass of requiem the interment being in St Louis cemetery Those who acted MurIphyi 1 I O Roberts Dr Dudley S Reynolds Charles Buetgenbach John T Malone Dr Charles J Lucas and Frank Lcf vreII I Is British Thunder Against the American I DollarII I The Chicago Tribune expresses the opinion that it is a little ungrateful for British statesmen and newspapers to resent and thunder I against the invasion of the United Kingdom by the American dollar That dollar has been welcome in the past when it came as the dowry of an American heiress and helped I ofIsoinehas beea welcome when contributed to the campaign fund of the Tories by some irich American who had de sorted his native land to become a secondhand Englishman It has been welcome when given by an i American millionaire for educational or charitable purposes l Of the Anierlcans who have been giving their dollars to itld the cause of Ireland few take much Interest in English polities apart from tho Some t rule question They do not care whether the House of Lords reforms itself or is reformed from the outside II so long as Iit shall pass a home rule bill If giving money to aid j in bringing that ab ut is financing I 1arevotutlonI they are proud of being the finan clers The more they are scolded the mor generous they will be Let it be clearly understood that home rule depends on the American dollar and It will be forthcomi- ngFEDERATiON i Two Features for Regular Meeting Thursday Night I The Federation of Catholic So cletles will hold its regular monthly I1 meeting next Thursday night at the Catholic Womans Club and the J I InterestIIngI an address toy Miss Lawson who was recently appointed by Gov Wlllson as Secretary of the Kentucky Library I Commission The other will be the report of Dr Peters Ganz delegate to tho national convention of the American Federation of Catholic Societies held in New Ooleans The work of the past year will be reviewed and further consideration given the movement for the uppr j Mien of Immoral pictures and hook which would have evil effect upon young minds The Federation Is to be commended for the mevement t in augurated for the protection of young women who come to Loulevlllfl to work through which every effort will be made to throw about tbepa good influences and prevent their falling Into evil hands President Sheridan Invites all friends of the Federation to the meSBtag DEATH ON WAY TO CHURCH I While driving to St Mary of the Woods church at Whltevllle D Ylea county to attend the mkelon ttrv ilose in prosree jimerb laatFrJ4q MiM Xavler Burch nineteen years of age WM thrown from her buggy I jrhen her horse beoaoie frightened at j Shejl eavued her death within an sour offer the accident She WM aecom pealed hy her brother who Jumped from the buggy after his Urter lied been thrarfrn out sad who iIi nnhi jvred Jtiea urIi was ene ef die MOlt fopotar1 yotntf + ioaa of the n rto UNsttSt f t I JOHNSON Forjnally Announces Ills Can didacy For Nomination ns Governor- S Was Given n Great Reception- On Monday atBowl1ufir- Green Prominent M bu From All Over State Pledge Their Support rUt MAKE CLEAN CAMPAIGN For some time past everybody has known that Hon Ben Johnson Con grossman from the Fourth district a man of unquestioned integrity and ability would be a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Governor of Kentucky Altogether thero are already five announced candidates and tho race will be an inter eating one Just now Johnsons friends feel confident and are elated over his prospects knowing that he will make a clean campaign and one that will disappoint the enemies of the Democratic party Congressman Johnson opened his campaign Monday at Bowling Green referring to which the Louisville Herald had this to say Ben Johnson will fire the open Ing gun of ihls campaign for the Democratic nomination for Governor at Bowling Green today That Qpenlng10f surpassIlate William Goebel P Watt Hardin and Capt W J Stone tin 1899 Even at this early period before the cam palgu is well under waypersona- Utlcshave been indulged in base attacks made on the various candidates and scurrilous and slanderous circulars have been distributed all StateIour contemporary and the Republicans Were disappointed can be imagained from the following acount of the meeting In its Issue of the next day If a thoroughgoing outfor business demonstration such as that held Hero tonight is indicative of how the Gubernatorial boom of Ben Johnson is going to end it is a safe assertion that certain other Demo cratic Gubernatorial aspirants have some hard hoeing ahead to boat him In the primaries Mr Johnson took the city by storm and preceded by a parade of 2500 voters he fired the opening gun in the battle for the nomination The Opera House was crowded to Its capacity and In the course of his speech Mr Johnson was cheered lustily Mr Johnson spoke for an hour and a halt and InnuI ential politicians ot the district who urged the Nelson county mans candidacy Time Bowling Green correspondent of time CourierJournal sent the fol lowing account which was greatly pleasing to the friends of the man from Bardstown who expressed himself as highly gratified with his visit and reception The formal announcement of lien johnson as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Governor was made In the Opera House this afternoon before a crowd that filled the spacious amphitheater During the forenoon file room at the hotel was filled with visitors among them being Dr McCormack Harry Lazarus John B Gaines 0 U McElroy Je Sims D W Wright J H Wllkersoh and other prominent poll ticians all of whom pledged him their support In his race The Hon Clarence U McElroy introduced the speaker Mr Johnson devoted a few minutes of his speech to national Issues and then launched Into the advocacy of his claims to the Governorship He Idhe would not In this campaign say anything about any opponent which could be used u campaign material by the Republicans in case any of them should win the nomination over him With their political record lie said he felt he had a right to deal In aaawer to the charge that the Republicans of lila Congressional district had Jet his election by such an enormous majority go by default Mr Johnaori read an article from the Loutevllle Herald which said that Dr Gaddle his Republican op ponent lad made a gumshoe cam paign of the district organizing Mc Dreary dub in every precinct to the hope of defeating him or so reducing his majority as to eliminate him as a factor In the Governors race He said Senator McCreary had ben apprised of this movement three weeks before the election as he had sent Mr McCreary marked copies by registered mall He eId he had heard nothing from Mr Mc Opefery retarding the matter until Friday before the election He uwrted that if the situation bad been rwewied and Senator MeOrewry n4 been a candidate for Coiigress he irontd have dropped v rythlnc floe end gone to hii district and would have prevented any such a n fe meat He eaaarpj BeMtor McCreary with oqul MMic ta Uw lbt to ecompatof fown r Oor 1kJaMlltot1 United Ita JMn Me after be had bKo th Demo mt1 taontDHu CMMyirnk bis o- w4tttes IWI nwtter 1 rpd ir OilIXJI- S EW t I u um copy of a telegram 1ie M4d enttoGov Beckham tenderltiC pie support and asking what he coitM do to forward the Governors dltances He paid a high tribute to tike farmers of Kentucky especially ljhe tobacco growers ell said if elected Gover nor of Kentucky and It fler called upto appoint a United Sates Senator i he would appoint lone who would vote on the side wt the men i who needed aeetetance tMr Johnson spoke rjjextempor aneously and was listened to with Interest A delegation Beaded by the veteran Judge Milllka came up I MrIJohnson at his hotel Another delegation caino from Logfii county while Edmonson sent 6vS a goodly numbe rtMICHAEL CUDAHr 1 Poor Irish Boy Who Rose I to Head of RorK IIpackers4Y nder and PackingCompanyMercy Hospital in Chicago rof pneumonia following an operation for appendicitis He was Stricken on the preceding Wednesday From Friday his decline was gMdual and on Saturday the members f his fam fly wore summoned to Jls bedside when tho last sacraments of the church were administered Michael Cudahy waSj born In Callan County Kilkenny Ireland on December 7 18414 and was brought to America by hlq parents in 1849 the family Sttllng in Milwaukee Subsequently Michael and his brothers Patrick and John and their father Patrick entered the packinghouse of John jtlanklnton Michael was then fourteen years old and earned 6 per weokJiHe worked in the pig killing department The family worked assiduously and saved money and in 1866 Michael quit the Planklnton firm and became a Direc tor In the packing house of Edward Roddls in Milwaukee Liter he became General Manager for he pack Ing house of Planklnton Armour He severed his Interests with that concern In 1875 becanie Superin tendent for P D Armour and took up his residence In Chicago devoting all his time to Armour Company It was during this experience that he was brought to a full realization of the importance of the packing in terests and in 1881 he branched out independently with hits brothers Patrick and John and established the firm of Cudahy Bros whlch sub sequently became the Cifdahy Pack ing Company wjth Michael Cudahy as President Soon tfie rlrm stab lished packing houses in Milwaukee Omaha and Kansas City and today the firm has branches in every lm portent city of the United States Michael and his brother John bought the Planklnton packing establishment in Milwaukee In 1891 The for mer married Mary Norlan of Bridgeport Conn in 1873 and three daughters Julia C Elizabeth L and Marie Cudahy were born Some years after the death of Mrs Cudahy the packer married Margaret F ONeill and two sonsJoseph and John P Cudahy were born Mr Cud hy was a member of the Union League Chicago Yacht Ex moor and Glenview Clubs and numerous Catholic societies ECCLESIASTICS Decree Makes It Unlawful to Engage In Worldy AfalrsII A Rome cablegram dated Saturday says that 15000 Bishops and priests of the United States will learn next week the terms of the Pontifical decree which effects them as well as all the other clergy and the religious orders of the Cath olic church In It the Pope lays down a series of very severe rules regarding their participation in business affairs of all kinds They are strictly forbidden to take an active part in financial enterprises oven in those which have a char itable scope or to lend their names or influences to any Business epee ulatlon This decree Is to be embed led In a now code of the canon law which will be published at the end of the next year but it goes into force immediately with the beginning of 1911- BLESSES BALL MAYERS I Pope Plus X gave a private audiI oGll1cuddyof the Phlladeltphla American League baseball team and Mrs McGUllcuddy who were in Rome on their bridal trlpThe Philadelphians were Intro- ducedI by C A OHearn Vice RectorII bf the American College In Rome who acted M Interpreter The Pontiff remarked that being the first Pope to oPen the Vatican to the athletes of the worM he VM particularly pleased to meet the manager ef the American CBa pIone for 1110 and imparted the apoetoUc benediction upon liii visitor aid his team LOYAWV Never permtt yourself to eoMnent uatevonu y4ywpoa a friend If you Jaaya oawWnt wwry it la person tIe the lBdlrUlu ooMerned Loy altr to ibe 9 od ttfI11U+ hRIO WOO 1iI 10 ft ibh d J f n it uili n it r 1 P LIBERALS Are in High Spirits Despite time Violence Mnrklnp British Election Bitter Personal Attacks Used by Both SIdes in the Conflict IrlshNay G lnHHdledmoiul Remain Master ol the Situation YANKEE CASH curs FIGURE T P OConnor M P one of the Irish envoys Just returned to London cables time American press that the coming election Is marked not merely by the rapidity of action but also by the violence of the language used in the campaign As one Tory journal remarks one sjfeeohby LloydJGrCorgo alone would in the olden times have Involved a dozen duels and as tho days go on this violence Increases American dollars still hold the stage as the chief point in controversy The Tories watch every transmission from tho IrishAmerican League with feverish curiosity and record them with scare head articles The Liberals retort in kind and the Duke Marlborough and other husbands ffI American heiresses are yelled at as pocketing the American dollars Similarly Canada has entered Into the fray and tho subscriptions and speeches of Sir Wllrld Laurier and other Canadians are quoted by the Liberals against the cry of Ameri can dictation and American dollars It emerges from all this that though reallyIstion home rule occupies the first place in most of the peoples minds The Tories who were flirting with Federal home rule three weeks ago have turned a double somersault and now denounce it with tho old ferocity The Liberals reply by onco more pledging themselves to home rule and the Irish leaders In their manifest base their support to the Liberals on the certainty pf homo rulo following the destruction of tho House of Lords veto The flank move of the House of Lords in pro posing their own reformation has not produced much effect All of the Liberals clearly see that the socalled reformation is merely a dodge and means theyerpetual ascendency of the House of Lords under a new name and a new disguise The pro posal to give the House of Lords the right to send all such big questions as home rule to a reerenduni means an Indefinite postponement of home rule and thus it would be with any other great Liberal reform As the election campaign proceeds the leaders are more uncertain as to the result but on the whole the Liberal party is in high spirits London presents the chief danger to thorn largely because as the election will take place under the old regis ter of voters many votes will thereby bo Impossible to trace but even In London the Liberal spirit runs high and time meetings aro crowded and enthusiastic and tho feeling against luncertaintyl countryIand Wales show no sign whatever changing the complexion of the ofI election At the worst tho Tories can not do more than reduce tho Liberal forces by tenor fifteen votes and that would still leave an ade quate majority to destroy the House of Lords veto and pass the home rule bill but it Is possible tho Lib erals may add asmaU number to their majority On the whole the safest prophecy I can make is that the election will leave the parties pretty much as they stand now and that means a Liberal victory and a Liberal power to carry through their whole policy in Ireland Time same prophecy applies to Redmond who will not lose any seat and OBrien probably will retain most of his seats In the small corner of Ire18ndccui pied by Cork All of OBriens attacks on other constituencies outside NoItlonallstsIn Ulster with seventytwo votes and Redmond will remain master of the situation The campaign Is a singular in stance of the ironies of political warfare For it is a battle which nobody wanted which everybody now regrets and most of all the reople who brought it on Balfour hdbeen too weakened by the hotheads In his own party to dare do the thing which he ldm elf thought right In addition to the fact that the hotheads and the Orangemen and all kinds of Irreconclleablea reonce more predominant behind him alto i no longer has the physical strength to put U41 a good fight against lila enemies and critics in liii own party His Judgment ie one wy but lila Wrote effect tto keep he party to gether tool IIn Knottier direction USKFULLIFB KJfDKD After an UaoriT a few pt 551140 Moat trouble Mrsr rK4rtc io1 o the orsls 1 railIed lilt WMw hei u eternal rest early Thursday morn- Ing Mrs Coleman was born In Ireland In1833 but came to this country about sixty years ago and had lived here nearly all the time I since a highly respected member of St Louis Bertrands parish Be sides her husband she is survived by four sons They are Councilman Daniel B Coleman PF Coleman E J Coleman and W L Coleman the latter of San Mateo Coal The deceased was a woman of many fine I alwaysIdistress The funeral will be held from St Louis Bertrands churchI SISTERSOFCIIARiTY Will Erect New Hospital forTuberculosisSufferers Within the past few days it has become known that the Sisters of Nazareth contemplate the erection of fl now hospitall here that will prove a boon to sufferers from tuberculosis They plan the building I of a fine sanltorium on a high hill on the Newburg road about one milo beyond the city limits At present negotiations are on between the Rev Father J P Cronin Vicar I General of the diocese representing the Sisters of Charity of NazarethI John T Malone of the Fidelity I Trust Company Trustees for the estate of the lao Dr 0 hteroney and the Right Rev Deiils ODonag I hue Bishop of Louisville The transfer of certain property on the Nowburg road will be effected in a few more days it is believed and steps wjll be taken at once to begin work on the proposed new build ings In compliance with the will whoIonly for sanatorium purposes by the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth It was left in care of the Bishop of this diocese and the trustee of the Ouchterloney estate The negotiations between ttosementoned are to bring about the transfer of this property so that tho sanatorium may be placed in oporaton with as little doay as possible It is es timated that 50000 will be laid out on now buildings and Improve ments to the grounds The prop erty embraces about fifty acres and in the judgment of experts will be an ideal site for an institution of the kind proposed On the property at the present time Is one large brick building at one time used for school purposes whicn will be re modeed and utilized 4 MACKIN COUNCIL Will Erect Memorial On Grave of Its rounder Mackin Council took the initial steps Monday night looking to the erection of a memorial on the grave of Its founder the lamented Father Mackin A committee was appoint ed and will report before the first of tho year The fact that officers for the next year were to be nom mated brought out a splendid attendance and the meeting was In teresting Will Wagner and C Canova were reported still 111 but improving Before going Into the nomination of officers a new office was created that of Speaker which Jn character will be like that of the Lecturer in the Knights of Columbus Tho Rev Seraphim Schlang O M C was the choice for Chaplain and Hon Samuelr Robertson will have no opposition for the Presidency Frank G Adams and Robert Osborne were the only nominees for Financial and Corresponding Secretary but for the other offices many candidates were named The race of greatest Interest Will be for the Speakershlp I In which Charles Raidy George J I Lautz and Robert T Burke are the I contestants The election will take w1111bethat the cigars will be the best and plentifulII range for a big euchre and lotto I party early In January to be tolII- lowed by the Social Clubs winterI series of dances in tho club house AVOID THEM Cardinal Gibbons Has Lit tie Use for Mannish Women Avoid following those who de- sIre woman suffrage advised Car dma Gibbons in an address last Friday at Baltimore to the students ot St Catherine Normal Institute where he was the guest of honor at the celebration fthe feast ot St Catherine Do not follow in the steps of those the Cardinal said who have become mannlofa In their ways and who fight for a place la politics The place fortH iyt man 1Js In theakoroe and I tract rou will itrire to do your best mow By doe IInr w saCk of you will bring Joy id yimr relative and friends nd In tile future to the young jnaa whom yoU may ell your htMbawl OintMAXr NOW HBADDfG Gsby JHMT itji rrirM Ita 4 jUi rot Voofrfe Mrnait jtor Iitlog r I 4iIiI 1 o h 1 PROHIBITION llcfpouaiblo For Marked Hi crease in Violations ot Kovenno Laws V Father Pliolnn States Position the Catholic Church V Occupies v I J 0if rttitht That Can Not Bo Abol I Islied by Church or State I I THE FUTILITY OF DRY LAS Tho annual report of the United States Commissioner of Internal Revenue furnishes some Interesting reading It say that regardless of prohibition laws tho production of distilled spirits greatly increased during the past fiscal year Tiefutility of dry laws is clearly demonstrated by the figures gathered by the Government Tho Commissioner says that while tho enactment of Statewide prohlblory laws in some States and of local option in other States has greatly reduced the number of distilleries of tho smaller classes and in some districts has reduced tho number of rectifiers and wholesale and retail liquor dealers production and withdrawal for con sumption of distilled spirits has greatly increased during the past fiscal year Tho Commissioner also points out that there was an Increase of more than 1000 In the number of violations of tho law as compared with the year previous and adds All of thj agents force available for raiding has been used during the year in detecting Illicit distilling which practice has increased stead- Ily cspeclaly in those States where Statewide prohibitory laws have been enacted Commenting on the Prohibition Ists and their work in Missouri where they met with overwhelming defeat the Rev Father Phelan thus states In the Western Watchman the position of the Catholic church The Prohibitionists have opened a Catholic department and placed It in charge of one of those Chicago foxes who havo left their tails in Windy City traps On the eve ot election ho flooded our parishes with cir culars to prove that the Catholic church is the mother of prohibition Ho cites twerityoight prohibitions of the church running from eating meat to Friday to coveting the neighbors wife Why ho did not make it 2800 or 28000 we can nqt say for the church prohibits every JJlellnedProhibition is also fplalnedchurch ever prohibited the exercise of a natural sight God said Thou shalt not kill He did not prevent the State from taking life or a man defending his own life Tho prohibi tion Is not absolute the right to live is regulated Ho said Thou Shalt not commit adultery Ho did not say Thou shalt not marry Procreation Is not prohibited abso lutely but only regulated The church says Thou ohalt not eat or drink between midnight and communion She does not say Thou ebalt not eat or drInk at all She does not prohibit eating and drinking absolutely She simply regulates it She says Thou shalt not eat meat on Friday She does not say Thou shall not eat meat at all She does not prohibit the eating of meat absolutely she only regulates ILThe church says Thou shalt not drink wino before communion or to excess at any tlmeShe does nott prohibit the drinking of wine absolutely she only regulates it ITheqilesUon arises Can tho 1 thochurch prohibit absolutely drinking of wine We say No The right of a man to drink wino in andIcanState But could God by a positive theIdrinking of wino In moderation We can answer that question tbY saying that God can not contradict himself He can no deny by pool the enactment what he has af firmed by natural law The Tight to drink wine is u wholly rounded In nature as the right to drink water and what power can forbid a mans drinking water Only things that are wrong in themselves can ba absolutely prohibited In times of cholera the selling or eat ing of certain vegetables may be prohibited but no law can make the Inhibition of the sale or oonsumnw r tion absolute The PdflcUllenlst were the first Prohibitionists They prohibited marriage under any and all circumstances claiming It to be essentially evil Time church con deemed led excommunicated Vhs heretics M she would oedewn WK excommunicate the ParoWWtlom lets of today Auld Clootie to tefatter Ot 110 and a soatowac ass erally but Jie never took a drink In lila life WHAT JOBCT la acme it la rumored that 1- r1JlwrtIin IUma Ooyera MMk wIM mopoM tM ibfltiop itb ar of tb OI1tbiiIi utiIiit fb p fuJJ Ii Vi HcwNI ac KJONTUOKY IRISH lrJJORIO Al KENTUCKY IRISH flMGflN iterated te the Social sad Moral Adrancemeseit el Irish Americans and Catholics Officially Indorsed by of Hibernians Young Mcai Institute AncientCatholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO lacorpotated PublUh r SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY IC BnUreil at the L uUylll PoilotHct if SecoadCla HatUr Address aU CHIlcdleli to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Qreei St U LOUISVILLE KYSATURDAY DECEMBER 3 1910 TAKE CARE The General Council should act with carp in adopting an ordinance to regulate the speed of automobile on the streets of Louis llI It has boon said that tho boundary line will bo Preston street on tho East and Eighteenth street on tho West In view of this fact tho Kentuck Irish American rtshes to call attention to Shelby and Broadwa and Seventeenth and BroUdway In the immediate vicinity of the forme there are over 1400 chlldrei attending school and there la also always a large traffic there At Seventeenth and Broarway thor are also schools with hundreds o pupils and the big tobacco factor where at least a thousand persons many of them mere boys and girls are employedAttleso point there is always danger of death and injury from tho joy rider Th Council should not allow a speed limit of more than ten miles an hour anywhere within the city limits and should punish by fine am Imprisonment any one who exceed that A little girl was killed on Fourth street and scarcely a day passes without n victim to the recklessness of the nutomoblllsts Lifo and limb are as dear to those in the suburbs as in tho busIness section and every citizen should have the same protection NEWARKS TRAGEDY Once more through heavy loss of life the public is reminded of tho necessity for rigid factory laws rigidly enforced The conditions which made Newarks awful tragedy possIblean ancient edifice filled with dnflammable materials equipped with inadequate means of escape and crowded with women are by no means peculiar to the burned building There are almost everywhere many more like It and tho wonder Is not that Saturday tragedy occurred but that suet tragedies are not more frequent State and city officials can do no more important service than ttc adopt and enforce laws that wll adetixltely protect the lives of those who must work in factories At Fire Chief Croker truly says life in a factoy should be as carefully and thoroughly safeguarded as It now is in theaters Legislator making It so should no longer be denied i If there are any unsafe buildings In Louisville the authorities should act at once and take such steps at will avert a recurrence of loss of life or injury to the people who must work in them 1 TIm AMERICAN SCARE the above head and voicing 1 1Under of the American New York Times of last Sunday had this to say With all due allowance for the excitement of politics wo think that the Conservative leaders and 1 papers in England ought to be thoroughly ashamed of the use they are trying to make of the fact that Mr Redmond raised some money on this side of the Atlantic rortho promotion of his party ends There has not been a sillier or more unmanly piece of partisan tactics in English politics within our recollection Have the Conservatives- sof little confidence in the loyalty and sense of the voters of the United Kingdom that they think that a couple of hundred thousand dollars or so much of Iit an reaches them will bribe them to betray the iitrueinterests of their country Or 4 do they imagine that by playing- on tho prejudice of the average Englishman against the Americans enough resentment may be aroused to affect the result Mr Redmond has not we believe made any detailed report of his success In raising money We do not pretend to know how much ho got or who gave It to hiin If It was only 200000 he has no great reason for confidence or his opponents for fear as to the effect It can have in the pending elections He may have got it from American Billionaires It ho did they were rather parsimonious toward him He may have got most of it from the eeokg and chambermaids whom the Conservative papers have the irptefeed taste to refer to with eeatarirt If he did it la only another evidenceof the touching fidelity of thfc class to what then HH to be he atiM of their UrI land A Vl4 llty nsi Ute lolls admirable bcaiM often abused We I 1 know that ho got a portion of what money ho raised in Canada and that among the contributors were Canadian statesmen of high repute From whatever source he took it ands however much ihero was of It tho money was willingly given lor the most part with entire disinter eetedncss and Mr Redmond was clearly within his rights to take IIIt and to US3 it in any legal fashIon to influence tho politics of England The Irish question is an importan element in tho political contest impending in the United Kingdom There is reasonable ground for the argument of the Conservatives that the elimination of the House of Lords as a useful second chamber Is made an Issue by the Liberals at the demand and dictation of tbe Irish Nationalists whose support Is essential to the Ministry On tha Issue and on the part of the Irish under tho leadership of Mr Red mond In forcing it It is entirely proper to appeal to the electors But the interjection of the cry of American dollars and dictation from IrishAmericans seems at this distance exceedingly foolish and weak It shifts the Conservative position from strong ground to ground that Is indefensible and ia little ridiculous When the public gets film flammed out of ono hundre millions that certainly is going some and to convict and punish he men who are shrewd enough to du It is exceedingly hard The pett thief Is convicted because he has ni wit but the man who devises a Plan by which he can steal millions has brains enough to put up a successful fight when brought into court our system of laws giving them a big advantage IDo you notice the character of tho advertisements that appear in the Kentucky Irish American They are from our very best merchants from men who know they can not afford to bo left out of this bit family newspaper We would therefore request our readers to remember them When making their purchases IWhen a man commits a crime he should suffer the penalty no mattet what his age or his social position That Is simple justice Petitionluf the President and Governors for tho release of prisoners who art thieves and murderers is not a good plan It makes a mockery of the basic principles of morality and good government A years subscription to the Kentucky Irish American would be a most suitable Christmas present ifor any home circle especially to relatives in the Green Isle A weekly visitor It would be a con stant reminder of the friendship of the giver The cost Is only a mere trifle The first pollings in the English election will take place today SUCCESSFUL MISSION The most successful mission ever meld in St Patricks church will come to a solemn close tomorrow 1i nIght with benediction and confer ring of the Papal blessing Father ronln V G the pastor Is highly gratified with the results The past week was for the men of the par sh and every night the church was DlIS1SIOIlI an whoso powerful and eloquent sermons made a lastng impression pen their hearers BILLINGS ONT INFIDELS One of the best and cleverest of our American humorists was un oubtedly Josh Billings He always had a bit of sound philosophy In everything he said and the quaint method he had of spelling lent iquancy to his expressions The in Idols that are engaged in filling the country with wouldbe literature for braries do not take mUM stock in Jo11 Billings any more than they do i Catholic writers whom they ig Rore entirely One of Jonhs GP- Ignuns Is that It is a statlslkal fakt that the wicked work harder to- reach hell than the righteous do to ent1 heaven Again I notice one ring when a man gets into a tlteI- IPOt he dont hover send for this friend the devil to help him out 1IIte sense of discernment waft very acute I had rather bean idiot than infidel HI am an Infidel I- IUkemyaKon if an 1idiot I was ado to la BOther place be Y- IqMyerI have net a free thinker Jolt who atdat believe a uDdr- edu more nomseaei than its kan- fIad In the BUtt aayirbert 1 1u r Ii CALL OF TIlE SHEPHERDS Deep night 4a on the hills With jeweled flag unfurled His baying dogs the wakeful shot herd stills Close to the eleepng fold And gazing upward to thOS sparks of gold Piercing the dark + bo s marvels at the world n i c trTiuaii J A flash across the sky As by some Titan hurlod And now a strange new orb bursts forth on high The Star of Bethlehem The shepherds wonder what has come to themeI What message to a hushed and waiting world I They leave the silent hills By paths with radiance pearled Peace upon earth each echoing valley fills Led by the Christmas Star They meet upon the way from near and far Seeking the Child the Saviour of the world Mary E Mannlx gCICR SOGIETY 1 JC9pilpwrswMwCMrs week visiting relatives at Slmpso yuleMrs Virgil Fitzpatrick has returned from a visit to friends at MunfordvilleMiss Muss of the West End left last Friday to attend a house party at Cloverport Mrs J H Wclsbrot South Louisville had Mrs Jennie Wells ash r guest for the past week Miss Katie Bolger of Third street Is homo from a holiday visit with friends at Lebanon Junction I IMiss Nora Brown private secre tary to Gov Willson was here for a weekend visit to her parents I IMiss Edith Malono loft last week for a months visit with friends in Philadelphia and Now York City I IMrs John P Hanley Field avenw had for her guest thIs week Mis Nellie Lee Dora of Charleston 111 J B Wathen Jr who has been confined to his bed for nine week with typhoid fever Is again able to be out I IMisses Jennie and Ella Kearns are home from Lebanon where they spent the Thanksgiving holiday with Miss Mary Ray I IMr and Mrs Ben Traut are homo from their wedding trip and are rea celving their friends at their res- Idence on Franck avenue I Christopher Lynch and bride re turned last week from their honey moon trip and are for the presen making their home with Mrs Owen Keiran In Clifton I IDr J F Sullivan will leave Mon day for Columbus Ohio to attend the State Dental convention which convenes December 5 and will be Iin session three days I IMrs James Hallnan and daughter Misses Mary and Kate Hallnan who were the guests of Mrs James a Brennan have returned to their home In Frankfort I IWilliam Curran and bride who was Miss Pearl Garritty are especte I home today from the East The were married Thanksgiving morning by the Rev Father Raffo I IMr and Mrs William Lammlcli have announced tho engagement of their daughter Miss Katie Lamm leln to John Schaefer of St Mat thoTOi The wedding will take place In JanuaryI Riley and bride are homeI IJohn wedding trip to Chicago Northwest They will re side at the home of the brides par onto Mr and Mrs P T Sullivan 525 North Twentieth street Miss Mildred Murphy returned the first of the week to her home at Marengo after a visit with her aunt Mrs Charles Fitzgerald East Spring street New Albany She was I accompanied home by Miss Winona Fitzgerald Edward Brennan the genial Deputy County Assessor was the hap HOU80Ia flni baby boy The christening will take place soon and will be made the occasion for a great gath- erIng of relatives and friends of the nappy parents MASONIC THEATER For the first half of next week the Masonic Theater offerlngwlll be larry Bulger in the Flirting rlncess The fact that this musical play Is one of the past seasons big uccesses In Chicago where it had a run of one year Is assurance that a reat Is in store A good chorus and the costuming will be features FINDS NO FAULT- I have no word of criticism or taultto utter against the Catholic hunch as an organization declared Evangelist Billy Sunday In his open Ing sermon of a recent revival in Waterloo Iowa Continuing he aid I am too busy cleaning rub blrh out of the back yard of Prot Btant homes and keeping preachers way from beer parttee and Dutch mnchea to glee Cathodes attention iever jiaw a priest wise doubted the divinity of Jew Crl t like r Mme m eaten l1 l INITIATION s pah Hennessy and Than Did Excellent Work j Trinity Council YAI I initiated m large class Monday night who the degrees were conferred by a well drilled team under the leadership of Dan J Hennessy This was tho best exemplification over witnessed In Trinity Council hall Next Monday night Trinity will nominate and elect officers for tho I ensuing year which Is always en affair of unusual interest As previously announced the council will give another grosses Gastmahl the date for which has been change to Tuesday December 13 This I sortItho members at the club housoatI 7 oclock In the evening Even though the year is almos at an end tho members are continuing to lend their assistance am support In every work the council undertakes This is Trinitys firs year in its own home and the reports that will be submitted will be more than satisfactory to the members With a few more years Ilk 11910 the entire debt on the handsome building will bo wiped out SHOP EARLY And Thus Help to Aid the Overworked and Tired Clerks There Is no earthly reason why everybody should wait until th eleventh hour to do shopping for I Christmas yet until a few year ago this was what nearly everYbodY lid Of late years shore has beer an increasing tendency toward early Christmas shopping There is iIn I fact an early shopping movement more or less organized which aim to induce people to begin buylni I Christmas goods several weeks be fore tho holiday season opens I Of course if you are going to buy only a jumping jack and ia- t stick of striped candy you need not tfall oor your own feet to get to tho store But if Santa Claus hasI many things to lay In as ds the caset usually in the best regulated fame tiles it behooves the merry god of the Yuletide to get busy early so that he can buy the children and the other folks just what they want and just what he wants them to haveThere aro many advantages Inl early shopping for Christmas Ii the first place you dont tire out the clerks at the stores iby keepint them lit a dead rush till nearly midnight the last few nights beforet Christmas In the second place you dont tire out yourself And bj spreading ut your shopping over several weeks you have time ttI inspect 51 J the merchants Btocki and take your choice of the best ba gains The stores stock up early ion Christmas Tako a peep lnsld t I them and see what the merchantsI I have laid in for your delectation And begin your Christmas shopping early ONLY nOPE For Keeping Intact Tradl I dltloiis of the Gaelic People I IIn thb education of the masses lu Ireland L and keeping intact theI boasted traditions of the Gaelic people the Rev Father M Dough erty ol Conneraara Ireland a speaker of the Saturday afternoon luncheon of the Irish Fellowship Club at the Hotel La Sallo in Chicago sees tho hope of preserving the Irish as a nation For that pur pose ho solicited the cooperation of tho Irish Fellowship Club and or ganizations of similar character In thiscountryAll movements for the betterment of conditions in Ireland contain some good and in the united support of these organizations lies a probability of success said the speaker Tho Roy Father Dough erty has started night schools opened lecturo halls and engaged in similar movements for the education of the working people of Ireland P H QDonnoll President of the IrIsh Choral Society announced the reorganization of that body and said that the first concert probably would be given on January Stheproceeds of which will be sent to Dr Douglas Hyde for the promotion of the Gaelic language in Ireland STORK IS USYII During the past few days reports cached this office that the Stork is still busy and has just brought cheer to two more homesra healthy son I to Mr and Mrs Frank G Adams I and a lovely daughter to Mr and Mrs Charles Parsons MondayI tight the announcement of the are ival of young Adams was made at lackln Council and ho was at once reposed and elected a member Both mothers aro doing nicely and many friends are calling and tendor Ing congratulationsII CATHOLIC Laat Sunday at St Anthonys Hall- the Central Chapter of the Catholic Knights of America Initiated fifty members lato that order The degree work was exemplified by teams from Kenton and Campbell counties and many visitors from various parts of time State were present a HONOR WESTERN PRIEST On Tuesday atBilliaga Moat tllenv Father Cyril Puw lya We- tint CattoUe priest ordained in the IUO e M of Montana celebrated the leer his ortUaaUofi Jorr tItj SUBSCRIBE FOR THElri t XI J tlKENTUCKY I I i j IRISH AMERICAN Iij yhyHAti 5f s s ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR r tlisUI Us s t- XX x r Happeningsri i i xi JsUsJ 1tv1 OOXXoo oXOOMxx Ooooxx which took place in tho Cathedral 1 ne Helena on November 29 1885 Th celebration began with a solem high mass in St Patricks church at which the jublllarian was the celebrant and was assisted by per Bonal friends Bishops Carroll o Helena and Lenihan of Great Falls together with numerous priests were within the rail of the chancel A tI tho close of tho mass there was a procession to the rectory followed by a banquet at which the valuable services which Father Pauwelyn bas rendered to the church during the last quarter century were discussed IRISH EDITOR Has Many and Good Rea sons For Giving i I I II ThanksII John Sutton the able editor o tho Chicago Citizen spent a happy Thanksgiving day Hear him daytWo were thankful for our turkey and for a beverage to wash It down not easily obtainable In a dry towni Wo were thankful for what we hadr and thankful for what wo did not have We were thankful for the friends and enemies that we hav e made We were thankful that w will have a better chance of going through the eye of St Peters need e than Andrew Carnegie or John D Rockefeller Wo wore thankful the nobody will carry moro of thii worlds goods Into the next than our humble self and our share wit be what we brought In We wer thankful that what we leave behind us wont cause contention among our heirs Wo were thankful to th nk that at the end of our days we wont feel a consciousness of be Ing any worse fool than to Piernonl t Morgan Wo were thankful Roosevelt has given us a brief restl We wore thankful to know such a lot of good fellows and thankful we dont know any other kind We are thankful for tho belief that John E Redmond is going to win home rule and that dear old Ireland will have her own again Finally we were thankful we could loosen up ou waist bolt a couple of notches o- ae I ImSIIOP IS NAMED The Very Rev Father John WardI former pastor of the Cathedral oIf the Immaculate Conception at Leav onworth but more recently Jn charge of St Marys church in Kansas City Kan has been named by Pope Pius as Bishop of Leavenworth succeed ing the Right Rev Thomas F LilllsI transferred to the Kansas City dio cese Announcement of the appoint ment was made by Bishop Lillis wim received a message from Monsignor Falconlo Apostolic Delegate at Washington announcing tho Popes action RETAIN DR FAWSI The many Louisville friends of Dr Vincent Falls now a resident of Little Rock Ark will be pleased to learn of his prominence in the fac ulties of the University of Arkansas and Little Rock College In the for InIstructoras professor of physiology and biology Dr Falls came to Louis yule from St Marys College and while here was a member of Mackin Council and the Knights of Colum bus CATHOLIC NIGHTS Next Friday night the CentralI Committee of the Catholic Knights of morlca will meetat St Marys Hall Eighth and Grayson The ejection of officers for the nexti year will take place and it Is urged that every branch be fully repre sented Several matters of im portance will be presented for consideration and the meeting promisesI to be l InterestingANNIVERSARY I IANNIVEUSAny I fourth an niversary of St Columbus church on Market street near Thirtysixth of which Rev John D Kalaher is the pastor There will bo an annl ereary high mass in the morning antI In the evening at 730 oclock solemn vespers will be sung and a sermon preached by the Rev George I M Connor of St Pauls church twensboro LEADING IN GROWTH New York City has grown faster 1 than any other city in the world In- tke last half century It has added 7250 persons to Iti population LI very yearetnee 181 III r KNIGHTS OF BOLDHBDSI Late News That Will Interest Members Hero and Else fwhereFifty candidates received the third degree at Fargo N D or Thanksgiving day Hennl Assemblyof the Fourh gree has been organized at Mil waukee with Lawrence Conway al Faithful Navigator- Arrangements are being made It Boston and Chicago for an exempli flcation of the Fourth degree 01 Washingtons birthday Louisville Council has arranged for its Initiation this month when a class of between forty and fifty will receive the first degree- It Is expected to realize 10000- f at the charity ball In New York City Sunday February 19 has been set as the date for tho Fourth degree at Houston Texas John H Reddln of Denver Supreme Master of the Fourth degree has been a prominent figure ii the ranks of the Elks being a Past Exalted Ruler and Past State Dep uty A new council was instituted- o Thanksgiving day at Manawa Wis The exemplification was in charge of Judge Thomas Ryan of Appleton Bishop Matz was the guest oft honor at the Fourth degree banquets last week in Denver and delivered an address CATHOLIC STUDENTS Hold Their Fourth Annuall tConvention at Min tneapoils lII I The fourth annual convention of tho Catholic Students Association of America was held last week In Minneapolis at the University of Minnesota Fifteen Catholic seeds ties in thirteen different universIties- r throughout the East and Middler West were represented All the delegates present were enthusiastic in their ipralso of the work which the national association is doing and all were satisfied that they re turned to their homes with ideas which would be used to advantage In their respective societies The object of the Catholic Students Association of America is to bring Catholic societies at present existing In nonsectarian universities more closely together and to estab lish societies in universities whore they do not now exist To do this- o it has been found advisable to hold annual conventions for the purpose of having delegates from the differ eat societies get together and dis cuss the problems they have toI contend with The association also publishes a small magazine called the Catholic Student to which ar ticles are contributed by the various clubs The publication of the Cath olic Student Is left In charge of one of the local clubs the cub to be chosen by ballot at each convention CASINO ORPJIEUM Patrons of the Casino and Onpheum are sure to be delighted with the moving pictures to be pre sented next week They embrace some most realistic views that have never been exhibited here and the dramatic and comedy pictures are of the class that all will enjoy being Instructive and free from objection able features There will be changes of programme on Thursday with the usual latest illustrated songs i1I0PJHNS THEATER Hopkins Theater now tho recog nized peoples amusement resort will present an extraordinary bill next ProIgrammebrings to this house tho vaudeville stage The bill will be changed Thursday As usual the Per formances will open and close with a run of moving pictures AVENUE THEATER Tho Wanderer a pleasing ro mantic and musical play that cornea highly recommended will be nextI weeks Avenue Theater production Arthur Donaldson the hero of the play and late star in tho Prince of Plteen will be heard in a number of popular songs He will be supported by a clever company and the stage setting will be very pretty Cut flswera can be kept freak by i addteg salt to water a Boys Russianand Sailor Suits In Three Big Lots 250 and 3 Goods ForJ 189 5 and 6 Goods For 368 850 10 and 12 Goods For 738 LEVYSTHIRD IIIIIITtlfRD Spot in Louisville h 7lt7c tULEVSBeginning Monday Night and All Week With tsual Matinees The Virginian HOPKINS THEATER High Class Vaudeville AND Motion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENTS Three shows daily Sunday contin ous THE NEW MATINEESSunday I SundayTuesday I i Thursday Saturday I 115and25 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tablespoons ItMixlatfin pane and let stand until nigttt i I L i4 r- r CROKER J When Urged to Run For Par lininont Replies Hes An AmorlcAn Snys the End ot Elie British House ot Lords Is NclrI Believes That Home Rule Is Soon Conning to Ireland I HE STILL LOVES NEW YORK I sball always remain an American and a Now Yorker This is the most wonderful city in the world and while I am not hero often it still grips me with Its constantly increasing power and possibilities Such was the response of Rich ard Croke OnCe Doss of Tammany Hall who had consented to break his habitual silence and discuss matters of Interest with a World representative at the Democratic Club upon hIs arrival from Ireland last week When the former boss of the municipal Democratic machine was asked if he did not feel the yearning to again lead the tight of the Tiger his gray Irish oyes flashed for a moment and then grow calm again as ho said Those fighting days are over I would not be the Boss again if I could I actually feel sorry these days for the men who must lead In the fights I wonder now if after all it was really worth while to en dure the misrepresentation the abuse and the misinterpretation of a mans sentiments and objects No I am through with politics forever both here where I was once as act ive as a man could be or abroad Why theyve wanted me to run for Parliament continued Mr Croker since Ive lived at GlenI cairn And sometimes Ive thought I might have run for the fun of helping to end the House of Lords and bringing home rule to Ireland But I left Ireland when a lad to become a citizen of the United States and Hvo In this city of New York I am an American always have been add always will be so theres an end of ever holding a seat in Parliament and helping to oust the Lords But the end of the House of Lords is near When that end comes Ireland will be really free John Redmond and the Irish Na tionalists hold the key to the situa tion at present and I honestly be hove that home rule is soon to como to IrelandAnd is better off right now than ever before in her history under British rule continued Mr I Crokor warming to his subject the state of the peasantry grows better 1 with the new law which has resulted e in the building of sanitary homes I in place of the old cottages ill 1 ventilated and unhealthful With an Increase of sanitation tho health Of the peasantry increases Then too the crops have been good and pota toes are plentiful this year he added laughing Asked why it was that Irishmen can come here and make good in tmanner impossible in their native land the old chieftain answered Here there is an even chance for every man whose heart and head and brains are right In Ireland the influence of the House of Lords still oppresses the people but as Ive said that long time story will soon end The House ot Lords is doomedAgain Tammanys once allpow erful chief reverted to Now York As the spoke there was a trace of genuine iprlde in what ho said as if he felt that he had been in a manner influential in the progress of the greater city Go all over the world he said and you will find no city so won derful as New York Every day the city grows in power and tremendous possibilities VALUABLE TAPESTRY An Arras tapestry forming part of a series illustrating the seven deadly sins which was originally the property Of Cardinal Wolsey was sold at auction on Friday in London bring ing 33000 The panel is thirteen feet square It was found in a man sion in Cornwall CRUST FOR PRIDE The Buffalo Commercial says the people of the State of Now York have reason to be satisfied even proud of tho showing made by this imperial Commonwealth in the new census The State total is more than a million in excess of the en tire estimated population of the Dominion of Canada more than that of the entire United States a century ago DERRICK IS PLACED The huge derrick of twentyfive tons lifting power just completed was placed last Saturday near the sunken Maine In Havana harbor Attached Is a steam hammer for pile driving Divers have discovered several pieces of wreckage blown from the battleship on the fateful Right and It te expected all missing parts and the turret will be found in the Immediate neighborhood YOUR LIFE i Believe always that every other life has been more tempted move tried than your own believe that the lives higher and better tbenj your own are to not through more MUM but afore etfort that the lltefl lower than yours are ao trough l teas opportunity more trial M e CI o- J MENS PrestoConvctible Collar Overcoats 1250Long 52Inch Coats of Fine All Wool Ker seys and Scotches also Cravenette Materials VALUES UP TO 2OO- OSPECIAL 1250All Sizes From 33 to 44 M S MOSES CO INCORPORATED 514516 West Market The leatDalIlht Mans Wear Store IILLLLARTHUR J KIHSEUA Mana- gerINITIATION III And Entertainment by Dlv slon 4 at Last of January At the meeting of Division 4 A O H on Monday evening at Ber trand dull dt was decided to hold an Initiation the last meeting in January which will be Monday January 26 the division now having a good number awaiting tho degrees The Entertainment Committee will also arrange for refreshments on that evening and a musical pro gramme Financial Secretary Thomas J Langan reported that from a collection standpoint Divis ion 4 was In the best condition In Its existence only a small sum out standing for dues The application of John Garry was received and Patrick Madden was obligated to membership by President John Hen ness Attention of the members was called to the fact that a bogus collector was making the rounds of some of the members homes trying to collect dues and all were warned not to pay money to any but the authorized collector M J McDermott FORTY nouns PRAYER Tomorrow Morning at the high mass at St Patricks church the Forty Hours adoration will begin and continue until Tuesday This is one of the most impressive cere monies of the Catholic church and as this is the season of Advent many will make dt the occasion for their Christmas communion Father Cronin V G will have arrange ments for the acommodntlon of all who will attend MACAULEYS Tile Virginian a play of the pioneer West and adjudged one of the best stage portrayals of the cattle country in the days when cattle raising was the chief Industry opens Monday might at Macauleyfl From first to last the play teems with Western atmosphere with a well of humor to cause laughter a magnetic touch of love and scenes of almost painful thrill- RETURN FROM FUNERAL Mr and Mrs Louis Seelbach and Julius Seelbach have returned from CovIngton whero they were called on account of the death and funeral of Mrs Elizabeth Wessels aged eighty years who was accidently killed in that city on Friday of last week LATEST IN STYLE Aigrettes and paradise plumes will be worn more and more Short straight cut Jackets and narrow skirts are tho rule Irish crochet lingerie pins for the neck and belt are fashionable Jackets button over at tho side and usually sport a sailor collar The boyish jacket must be avoided by all who are not youthful in figure The newest snuffs are enormous Suede is a favorite material for belts Hats of wampumthat is Indian leadsrare easily made and are unique and pretty Some of the cleverest touches of the toilet are found in Jhe back ot the new costumes Muffs scarfs and turbans for school girls are made of serge or velvet bordered with fur Gored or semicircular styles in skirts are given the preference over cluster pleated models The Bfluawllke fashion of wearing tails heads and paws is discarded by well dressed women Tailored suits are shown largely- In rough materials in mannish effect i Serge and cheviot are more seen than broadcloth except in I black DIXIE ROLLS One and onehalt pints flour one half cupful of Milk onehalf cupful lof yeast one egg ose lafeleepeoBfHlt ofT lard one imafoomful of gait and one of sugar Whea light cut two layers with bwtter between and let III rte again j n k PLANS a Suggested iorAssembling Cath olic Mon and Women Of Country Rev Father Doyle Advocates An American Catholic i Mouth Would Tltow a SenrchllglitOn All the Important Public Questions M ANY CITY WOULD BE BENEFITED The Very Rev Alexander P Doyle C S P rector of the Apos tolic Mission House discussing the proper plan for an annual Catholic week writes as follows In my Judgment the planning for such an event for a week Is on entirely too narrow lines A week will certainly not be long enough to al low each agency to have a distinct voice Instead of a week It ought to be a fortnight or better a month Let us work the Idea out on the basis of an American Catholic monthI see all the big Catholic or ganizations of the country brought together during some wellchosen month when everybody can attend In Chicago or Now York Such a Catholic month wll draw to the city selected easily 500000 visitors If one Eucharistic Congress could at tract 250000 visitors to Montreal certainly twentyfive Catholic con ventions could draw twice that num ber during a month in any of our large cities A crowd of this kind would be preeminently worthy of being catered to The Chamber of Com merce of Chicago was ready to put up 500000 to entertain an Ameri can Eucharistic Congress So would any city put up liberally to entertain an American Catholic month A positive programme Of social reform could be outlined that would attract the Catholic of every stripe The Catholic church in tho United States stands for great ideas it is preeminently against divorce and race suicide it stands for conserva tion and respect for authority in our civic life it is in no sense political but it is preeminently sane and sound when it is a question of conserving the interests that will give perpetuity to our Government It stands as a stone wall against the oncoming tide of that kind of Socialism that has no respect for vested rights and property sanctions The American Catholic month would throw such a searchlight of pub licity on the attitude of the Catholic church on all those public questions that attention to them would be compelled and conviction concerning them would be commanded The Importance of the foregoing will be readily recognized but the suggestions therein should receive 1 the most careful consideration Would It not bo a good idea to place this matter with the American Federation of Catholic Societies That body is now composed of representatives of the larger Catholic societies of this country and is doubtless In the best position to take up thisI great movement NEWPORT The Rev James McNerney pastor of the Immaculate Conception church at Newport instituted a splendid St Vincent de Paul So ciety last Sunday night with solemn vespers benediction and sermon He was assisted by Fathers Schmidt Klosterman Leick and OBrien The organization of this society will prove a great help to the poor THREE YEARS HENCE The new regulations for the offi cial visits to Rome according to unconfirmed press dispatches will go into force in the year 1914 This law Is fixed for all Bishops of America North and South All of them will then be obliged to furnish the most elaborate report to the Consistorial Congregation regarding their diocese CORN CROP The corn crop of the United States is officially estimated by the Govern ment crop exporting board at 3121381000 bushels This shatters all previous records In this country and is greatly in excess of tho estimates of the las few months The largest provision crop was raised In 1906 when the yield was 2927000000 bushels so that the present crop breaks tha record by nearly 200000000 bushels OAUSE FOR TEARS At a golden wedding in2ounty Meath Ireland an entertainment was given recently to the surrounding tenantry of the aged couple At the close of the proceedings the elderly host rose and relieved his feelings in an eloquent speech Look at that Pat whispered a woman present nudging her hus bands elbow did ye see the old gentleman wid the tears in his eyes And why wouldnt he be crying was the 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1 I f KENTUCp IRISH AMERICAN f1uONLY ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR I c tII eet lap s uhfial d fort rIIeIia Your Na tqe n J o dl i0dl 1 CUSCADENS GIVE GREEN TRADING STAMPSW- ITH ALL FAMILY ORDERS OF eo ICE CREAMTelephone 518 and 584 FACTORY 309311 SECOND STREET HIBERNIANS What They Nave Been Delrg the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Ladles Auxiliary 1 of St Paul en iortalned tho Irish Literary Society at its last mooting Milwaukee had a b initiation Wednesday night which was wit nessed by National President Regan Four divisions at Providence R I presented Joseph Devlin with a purse of 100 for tho Irish Parliamentary fundDivision 17 of Now York City fur nished Its members and friends o of the oldtime reunions last Saturday night Ladles Auxiliary 8 and Division 4 of St Paul are planning for Irish night which was such a big success last season Tuesday night Division 1 will elect officers and President Walsh wins every member present This is tho pioneer division of the ord in Louisville The Ladles Auxiliary choir Indianapolis Is doing splendid wor in cultivating Irish music Organ- Ized for the national convention tho ladles won a natlonwldo reputation The Hibernians of Chlllicothe Ohio tendered a fine reception to Rev Denis Halpin the new pastor of St Marys church in that city Father Halpin Is Chaplain of the Ancient OrderTreasurer Tom Keesan and Secretary Tom Dolan have succeede- in creating a strong box for 1 despite the many calls for sic and death benefits and charitable purposes Division 8 of Syracuse has a pla- to n double its membership and become the largest in the city biter- 5t Patricks day At the last meet- Ing three were initiated and four applications received The national assessment for th Catholic Church Extension twenty live cents per member hasl ee called The more prompt lUpay ment the more beneficial andinbre appreciated It will be Jfa The Ancient Order of the Ell tortunateEvery division in the three clUes and the auxiliary have made pre yeas and have a fine membership Hon Timothy Hogan elected At torney General of Ohio Is an earnest Hibernian having served as State President and delegate to our national conventions He Is a brother of Michael J Hogan of Christy av flue this city- Division 3 will elect officers Mo day night The past year has been a most successful one for the onen of Portland Secretary Hesslon and Treasurer Dougherty have cared for the finances and now have the strongest treasury of any division fin the State anUclpnteSI and In view of the strength of their organiaztlon a lively and interesting meeting Is predictedd The report of the proceedings of the meeting of Division 2 on Friday night will appear next week John Hennessy President o Division 4 con look back with sails faction to his work during th past two years He has kept his division in the first place and over came many obstacles DEATH WAS SUDDEN John A Wirth thirtyone years of age a member of tlefirm of Phil Wirth Sons contracting builders died Saturday morning following an illness of three days at his home 1226 Logan street He Is survivediI by his wife Mrs Catherine Gain bort Wlrth two daughters Catherine and Matilda Wirth his father Philip Wirth two brothers Phl Wirth Jr and Frank Wirth an l two slater Mrs William Waltheri and Mrs Ed Druegmann He wa a member of St Johns Society and1 several other Catholic organizations and had a wide acquaintance The funeral was conducted at 830i oclock Monday morning from St Vincent de Pauls church of which ho waa II member JOHN LORAN HURT John C Loran aaaMUnt to Offi cial Indexes Joseph W Bryn had a narrow escape from iUt Jail Saturday afternoon White crouton Il Fifth and Jefferson he WM atruc by a street car and knocked uncap scious Before Mae ear could beII topped WM rolled several fe4 aid utatad severe cute about the face tUt 4 severe CM let about tin laa HBdchead After reeeiviftf M kall fcttentto Jfr Lowui was removed to bar hotae ki a cab RMTRICAT POX IcQMElf- Balfiauirg rink tM eervieee WIMTac M ItLMIl Bvtrejwli ekttMh there will W a tn t the the rorwt XAitoe HoAO Mar yard UNI werwtt or t e pwrtelt tfwt wiU eoottooe WaW the Wkwrtag1 I fl t o I t I SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O U- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falsl City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President omaaWal ell MurphyRecording P Lawler I Financial Secretary Thos J Dolan 2120 Portland avenue II Treasurer Thomas Keen an Sr SergeantratArmaLouls Roller Sentinel David Whelan DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday Re MarketIePresident C J Vice President FordIRecording Secretary William T Meehan Financial Secretary Jno J Kcaney 1607 Dumesntl street Treasurer Joseph Lynch SergeantatArms David M Murr phySetttlnalIVilliatn Nash trDIVISi 3 ofMeots First and Third Mondays PortlandkVice PresIdentMartin Sheehan Recording SecretaryThomas J Uerens Financial Secretary John G lies slon 1710 Baird- Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty SentinelrThomas Noon SergeantatArmsJames P Stev ens 4dMondaysBortrand StreetkIlennessyViceLynchFinancial Lan an 734 West Oak Assistant Financial SecretaryD- e J R llly- Recording Secretary =John J IVinnTreasurerharry Brady Cal1ageMcDernY M Y MACraNCCuliC 205 ClubrouseL North Twentysixth LceSiasnt ohrr1Jienneq JgA jfijteeondr Vice PresidentThomas eI Jr chmanrItecwrdin ecretarr Robert Us Cl iitoriSecretaryWi1Ham4rI 0eAdams WelternInside Seatlnel A 0 Link Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart Sunday opening The retreat will be conducted by the Rev Father Cleary O P the eloquent missionary of the Dominican order On Thursday Friday and Saturday there will be special services both morn Ing and evening RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Mrs Mary Neuner ono of the oldest residents of the West End took place Thursday morning from St Anthonys church rstMary survives 3Mrs Mary OShea was called to her eternal rest Wednesday evening after a short Illness She was tho wife of B W OShea and a sister of Mrs F L Bradford of 2927 Clove land avenue The funeral took place Friday morning from the Church of Father1PConniff officiating at the solemn obsequies Charles and Theresa Gerlach of 908 FAult Chestnut street mourn the death of their efgkteenyear old son Theodore who died Monday night Thursdayland was attended by a large numbers of relatives and friends of the be reavod family Besides his parents two elsters and two brothers survive kin Mrs Mary McDaatal widow of the late J J McDaalel and mother of Mice Marguerite and John and Joseph MeDnlel died Tuesday evening at 3ier residence on Bast Mar ket street She waa fiftythree years old and a member of St Johns church where the funeral services took placel yesterday mow thekeetebrMt of Ute oleos ma c et requleM t COND1TIOK IMPHOVINfl lastlweek preeealdi a letter of e- ocIo1 to Prof JaMe 0 MoMIIUn eMtfinad la the leather Hee lte4 at C PorU WJL M a malt ot a etrek of po Wr uffove4 wfctte leetwrimr Uttte ekAAM yeae aU4 la her J Meafsbaaa eoetdltfea Watak It was I tip lardlrbM fat M ee M M J eaea veA to Me law a W I o- j IJ a qr IRELAND Record ef the float Important tii the Recent BvenU Culled PteIII Qrtthanjfea John Murray of GIooBoroagh told two acres of laud to John Shanty of Elphln for GOO A quantity of antirecruiting lit oraturo was recently distributed IIn tMcnilcrry and the districts adjoin tag At the Koscommon Petty Session Patrick J Dooley was fined one anil sevendgccsobY a case 1Great regret Is felt In Athlono and neighborhood at the death of Hubert OBrien who was very widely es teemed Deceased came of an old County Roscommon family At an Inquest touching the death of Augustine Walsh a farmer residing at Gortnalca County Galway the Jury returned a verdict that deceased died from Injuries inflicted by a mall Patrick Crumllsh a Ballybofoy cattle dealer was killed by being knocked down by a train on tho rail way lino betweno Stranolar and Donegal Tho body woo terribly mutilatedThere was seven candidates for the vacant workhouse mastership at Ballymahon County Longford On the final voto Edward Farrell of Noughoval County Westmeath was elected by a majority of throe In the voting by the Mountbellew Guardians to fill tho vacancy for the medical officerahlp in the room of the late Dr Monaghan a tie resulted thirteen votes each being given for Dr OBelrne of Kinvara and Dr Bganr of Klloonnell James Ryan school teacher at Gowran County Kilkenny was the victim of a painful shooting While crosing a dyko a gun righti carried went off shattering the hand which It was afterward necessary to amputate The explosion of a paraffin oil lamp resulted In the death of a young lady named Miss McCann in Clare morris Infirmary The deceased who was a native of Dunammon was at business in Ballyhaunls and was in the act of extinguishing a lamp when the tank exploded and her clothes became ignited Excitement continues at Cnstlerea In relation to the proposed occu pancy of Ballybey farm by a grazier One hundred men have been appointed to watch the place day and night so that there may be no surplus in the stocking of the farm The people of the neighborhood have already driven stock on to the lands I The meeting of the Abbeyleix Board of Guardians passed a resolu Lion directing that the Sisters of St Vincent tie Paul bo requested to ap ply tot the position of Matron of tho workhouse which is now vacant Should the Sisters make the applica flora as requested the Board will of course have ho option but to appoint a member of the order A serious epidemic of scarlatina has broken out in Lurgan and according to the opinion of the medical officer of health between 700 and 1000 children are affected There was tho sad sight of a hearse con taming three little coffins on Its way to the Shanklll cemetery The coffins enclosed the remains ofLbe three children of Thomas Mitchell a handkerchief manufacturer and launderer of James street the first victims of the epidemic BURIED MONDAY The funeral of Jacob R Schaefer fortyseven years of age a prom- Inent wh9leaale produce and com mission merchant and director of the Gorman Security and Insurance Company was held Monday morning from St Bonifaces church the burial being in St Louis cemetery The pallbearers wore George GuUg Joseph Cloments Joseph Schlldt A Schuler George Schwartz George hlorr Ohllgnlngor Henry Thiol man John Byman John Garrity Charles Bohmer Dr Louis Broring Benjamin Hund A Zimmerman Frank Simon and James Hendricks His death occurred Friday morn lag following n brief Illness of uraemlc poIonI g He Is survived by his wife lather son two daugh I ters three brothers and a aster The deceased was for years active in Catholic circles and was ono of Louisvilles most popular German citizen v 8I1ELTKHS THE HOMELESS la a Jno4et report FMAer Demp soy ef St L uto ab4wa that during the let free 7HUlio Mai Kitea kMtfflftft In lit Exltae Rest to were UMM J3898 fc mekef WlU 7l wan average of nearly 1191 a tar A report bas also been k wed by tH ProyMeml AeeockUer of St Loins It to eeidact 4 by aes Catholic Front sole elaVerate moed we tta4 first tM awwctettot uklIr d laet year toae tfcax IHI- TMpNIls liiaferiMH give Ml Meer e ue aaenrat r WMk rr11e1- 1lkliter J1 y M Jibe sol- dtshlw 1 1 fear M tei libtbe lahtea Q 1 o 0 u 12 WALKOVER SHOO This liJ the wanlheiyew will Apfrft elate a pair ef tkoie doubl- eWALKssOVI3R SHOES We tire prepared to take care of you en either A heavy shoe or drew I For the ladles we ItKve plenty tans velvets And buckskins For men a new lot of heavy tans JWALKOVER BOOT SHOP IFOURTHn I I 44N444444444N4141444N444444444444 1411444 144 For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street + + fr+ +4 44+l44+ yy- sea LI IF YOU WANT TO BUY SELL RENT OR TRADE REAL ESTATE SE- EOREILLY CO 512 PAUL JONES BUILDING Halpin OReilly Manager Home Phone 2758j s esassasss ss i Try That Captain l Mike Home Pkoie 5337 B J SAND Distributor 320 S THIRD STREET ALL lT SMOKES RIGHT KODAK SUPPLIESAnd Every Requisite for Amateur and Professional 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direct supervision ofITelegraph Officials and positively place all students when qualified Write for MArL THE9RAPH INSTITUTE Cincinnati Philadelphia Memphis Davenport la Columbia S C Portland Ore READY WITH IDS TONGUE James T Brady a prominent member of the New York bar in the Ilast centnry was noted for his ready wit Quick SB Mr Brady was with the readiness of his race for repartee he sometimes met tola match among his own countrymen He wu once examining an unwilling witness who persistently called him Sin OBrady At length even his- proverbial good nature being a little ruffled Oie said to the witness You need not call me Mr OBfcdy rreYmended my namelnce I cane here and dropped the O HaTe ye sow retorted the witness IIHlORmYl9wl its a pity ye dfclt I ownd yurat ike s we LhIII ri CUSCADI3NS GIVE GREEN TRADING STAMPSL WITH ALL FAMILY ORDERS OF ICE CREAM v Telephone 518 and 584 FACTORY 309311 SECOND STnE Ti HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dplrr the Past WeekQeneral- News Note Division 1 of Manchester N I iliary has The a membership at ladles Washington have a 150j11- A Ij large class was Initiated Into the order last week at Milwaukee The Indianapolis elections will be newlmembers I The county officers expect that at least 10000 members will march In the St Patricks day parade at BostonMemphis Hibernians have planned for a very pleasant affair for next Thursday night when they elect officersIt Interesting to note that Hon John Burke who Wits recently re elected Governor of North Dakota is a member of the Ancient Order Division 2 will hold its last meet ing of the year next Friday night There will bo something doing and President Ford wants all members to reportIrish dancing for which cash prizes will be awarded will be a leading feature of the Irish night to be held by St Paul Hibernians next month The regular quarterly Initiation of the auxiliaries of Indianapolis will be held tomorrow at St Josephs Hall A large class will receive the degrees lNewHampshirecess of the Ancient Order in that State All the divisions are gaining in membership CoUnty President Maurice Don nelly of Indianapolis was the prin speaker at a great gathering InSt Louis In memory of the Manchester martyrs County President Howard declares the prospects bright for a largo increase in membership in Ashland and Boyd county during the ensuing two years Syracuse Hibernians are vleing with each other In the entertainment of members Division 2 after Its last meeting entcrtalnejhope present with an Irish supper Boston Hibernians have voted to parade on St Patricks day and have begun preparations for the event They wll also have a banquet with speakers representing the nation State and city Monday night Division 4 will meet at Bertrand Hall and an interesting session is anticipated A number of reports will be submitted and ar rangements for the euchre series will be completed The Ancient Order of Milwaukee Secured the history of Ireland as a study three years ago in seveh parochial schools from which seven boys and seven girls will be selected for the Cudahy scholarships The Standing Committee of the divisions at Ashland is a representa tive one and includes such well known citizens as M J Ryan Mar tin Holmes William E Purtell Ed ward O Kelly and George Nicholson Through Prof Michael G Rohan Chairman of the Irish History Com mittee Patrick Cudahy President of Cudahy Bros Packing Company has donated two scholarships for proficiency in Irish history to be applicable to Marquette Academy and the academy or Catholic high school which may be selected for a period of four years annually BUYS MORE BONDS The Board of Supreme Officers of the Catholic Knights of America have made another investment of 65000 in giltedged bonds out of the moneys accumulated for the reserve fund which will soon exceed 1000000 The board has now on deposit with the Mercantile Trust Company of St Louis bonds aggregating a par value of 871466 HOLIDAY PUDDING One cup chopped suett one cup molasses one cup sugar one cup sour milk one teaspoon soda dissolved In a little hot water three cups flour one pinclt salt 0113 cup raisins chop ped coarse one cup each of chopped figs and walnuts makes a very rich pudding when added to batter Also for Yariety a cupful of chopped citron imoiy be used Steam three hours verve warm With anllla or any pre ferable sauce This pudding can be made several days before Wanted and restcained vuaA is as delicious as when first made Can ho restfetamcd for several meals for small family Steam lu steamer In parr large enough to allow for pudding to rise i JftEAIi LAITY To be a lady means rightly to be a gentlewoman who shows by ier every word and action a sweet and gentle iddgnity with a gracious harm ofIman11ra woman whose heart Is pure and true who Is tender toward all suffering who sympathizes with those tn trouble and taever ready to give that which costs lier scjne effort and etfdlcbMl A lady thinks no work PtorJ rno one is IoourM1MlidWl I Hi everydaWl o He a jtue Irtend I ocrowandI iI If 4 c III MENS IIII PrestoConvetible Collar OAercoats 1250Long 52Inch Coats of Fine All Wool Ker seys and Scotches also Cravenette Materials VALUES UP TO 2000- SPECIAL S 1250All Sizes From 33 to 44 M S MOSES CO INCORPORATED 514516 West Market The Great Daylight Mens Wear Store ARTHUR 1 KINSELLA Manage- rIMMACULATE III MOTHERI Oh thou Inimtfculato Mother Queen above To thee we pray to hee we send our love Thy feast day once again Im blessed to see Oh mother mild and humble pray for me C wish to send my prayers to thee today That from the land of life I may YAndnot from thy church roamiAnd everlastinghome St Xaviers College OLDEST PRELATES His Grace the Archbishop of Brisbane Most Rev Dr Dunne at tained the age of seventynine years last month Ho was born at Ids more County Waterford Ireland and was ordained priest at the Irish College in Rome in 1855 He and Cardinal Moran are the oldest Bishops in Australasia APPOINTED ASSISTANT The Rev Roman Roesper of St Meinrad has been appointed asso elate rector of St Marls church New Albany Ho has arrived in the city to enter upon the discharge of his duties The Rev William Sei bertz the rector of St Marys has been without an assistant since ho was appointed to the chargo six months ago- ELECT NEW OFFICERS EdwardsCommanderyKnights evening at St Anthonys Hall and elected the following officers for the coming year President Thomas Graf Vice President George Kruso HeapFinancialtraeger Treasurer John J Schul ten SergeantafArms Adam Graf Finance Committee William Drees Gus Wernert and Anthony Llchte fold Military officers wero elected as follows Captain Gus Wernert First Lieutenant Anthony Llchte feld Second Lieutenant Ulrich Tbamollng Third Lieutenant Ed ward Graf FANCIES OF FASHION There is a decided vogue for all antique laces Scarfs muffs and sashes of the new Janus cloth are stunning Hats covfetred with puedo or un dressed kid are new and pretty Some of the latest round collars show snore embroidery than llace Large brimmed hats covered with gold gauze and lace are striking Tailless ermine is much in demand on handsome gowns or hats of velvet The most striking feature of the present styles is the vogue for vivid vigorous colors- Attonttoon gowns are neither Gang nor short and they ore an even length all the way around In evening gowns the sleeves are short indeed and same dresses taro practically cleetvelcss The kimono steer has been so gen- erallY adopted that it is practically the only sleeve of the year There bias been a decided tendency sultsandThe younger set still cling to the round collar Which feat fall threat entod 46 enlarge ntIta cape BItiek chiffon lined with white and I I M1lnerIWt o n IRELAND Record of the Host Important of tbe Recent Event Culled Prom Exchanges The death of the Right Rev Mon signor Dean Staunton at Swinford is widely regretted The Galway County Council has elected John Moran County Sur veyor for the entire county Recently a largo consignment of apples from the Cloughjordan dis trict of Tipperary were shipped to I England II IAt a meeting of the Carlow Board of Guardians Patrick Dooley of Ross more was elected porter of the Carlow Workhouse There wore eight candidates John Wilson of Wheathlll and Michael Jackson of Tempo were both unanimously coopted members of the Ennlskillen Rural District Council recently The Roscommon Town Commissioners have offered to sell the Pos tal authorities the site on which the old Market House stands as a site for a now postoffice Damage estimated at over J500 was caused by fire at tho premises of Peter McGeough in Nowry It occurred in tho paper bag storeroom and Is covered by Insurance Dr J J OMahoney medical offi cer at Kealkll has been appointed medical officer of the Bantry Work house and Dispensary district In room of Dr Thomas Popham de ceasedThe death of Rev James Fitzpat rick of Drumrellly Lower which oc curred at hfs brothers residence at Bawnboy County Cavan was heard of with deep regret by a large circle of relatives and friends At the meeting of the Committee of Management of the Klllarney Lunatic Asylum John J Skinner of Klllarney was unanimously elected engineer fitter and plumber There were nineteen applications Three young boys named Henry Lennon Patrick Meehan and Pat rick Walshe Jr wore remanded on ban by a special court in Banbrldgo on a charge of placing the wheels of a bogle across the Great Northern line Returning from work on the rail way line near Tanderageo Alexander McCullagh and Thomas Brown were knocked down by a train McCullagh was instantly killed Brown had an inn broken as well as other in juries A verdict of found drowned was returned at an Inquest in Waterford touching the death of Frank Ryan retired marine engineer whose body was found In the Sulr There was no evidence to show how ho got into the river Three fishermen of KilkeePat rick Houlihan and Michael and John McNamara the latter a Town Com missionerwere drowned off that port while mackeral fishing as the result of their small fishing boat being capsized In a squall Much indignation has been caused in Sllgo by the mutilation of the shop fronts of a number of tho prin cipal business establishments in the town The mischievous work was carried out during the night and no clue to the perpetrators has been foundThe death of Mrs Ursula Stack has taken place at her residence Knocknagrce County Cork The deceased lady had attained the ago of 103 and was able to read her newspaper up to a week before her death She was a sister to the late Rev Father OHalloran of Beaufort County Kerry and aunt of the Rev Father OHalloran of Castletown bere ItOVAlj FRUIT CAKE This Is a large rocll making three large loaves Can be ktopt for a year or longer Five Cupfuls of Hour one and onehalf cupfuls each of sugar and butter onehalf cupful of milk one cupful of molasses one teaspoon ful of Bodft two teaspoonfuls each of allspice and clever two tablespoonfuls of cinnamon flvb eggs one nutmeg two pounds of raisins three pounds of currants one and onehalf pounds of citron bake about one hour or longer In a slow oven TRI TillS Ask sonic one to choose any num bed on the clock and add it to the number directly opposite This Is to be done to himself not loud Then tell him to Imagine these two num bers are joined by a lino and that an other Hive is drawn at right angles to the first line so that IL cross is formed Tell the person to addI to gether the two numbers at the ends of this second line then to foul the t differentia between 1 their sum vcautl the I sum of the first two numbers Then announce that you ron tell the TII sult No matter what figure on the clock floe has been first chosen If i the addition Is correct tWe1 result will J bo six Thy It- ADVICE J TO MOTHERS IIJ One of the first duties to her child to to spare no effort In lter endeavors to provide him with IL j physique Itted to be tbe support and I companion of bis xntad Thereto BO I I better quipm tfor UUIJlttli ore who meat win Lila way in th w W than perfect health Children kre r FRANK FEHR BREWING CC I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE BT5T OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by everyv one who has tried it Telephone 452 SFNNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED LnLTE9V XLLE zaY FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Horn 76717672 Cumb West 69 SALVATQR Dark LIFE SAVER Light e Cumb Phone West 191 INTHBWIEDEMANN aa INCOUO- RATIDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent fluor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Breweiy 50S 510 and 512 CLAY STnEETc TELEPHONE 209 LOUISvILLE KY t JOHNFOERTELCO I INCORPORATED BUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE are W C CUNNINGHAM II A HICKS WiLLARD H TEl KENTUCKY HOTEL COMPANY Incorporated Special attention given to traveling men Best In the city for the money Have your mail addressed in our care First class sample room- sAMERICAN PLAN RATES 200 and 250 With Bath 3M BERT niCKs Manager Center and Jefferson Sis Opp Court HMISB JJuL0 BROWNFIELD 1011 ROGERS ST Engineer and Contractor STEAM and HOT WATER HEATING Dont Build Without Seeing Me Home Phone 74841l CENTRAL FURNITURE CO e Incorporated N W Cer Third sad Sreen Sts We furnish the home com plete on easy payments S WM CALLAUDAN Mir Sales Dept muchmoro likely to be made oionr ous than to bo born nervous One of tho secrets of gaining prompt obedience from children ta to make few matters points of contention To overlook Is what the most successful mothers know how to do The child feels his own position keenly whOa he loses selfcontrol To aggravate hla misery by blows or commands when ho is not in a physical condi tion to understand them scldesn brings good JeultllTo1 euccesa ful la emoting obedience there must be ao threats nor must anything be offered tke child la the way of Ii bribe IflMSI BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses Heleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 HENRY ftAIJI JJ1 POLS DYER AND GLEANER Ladies andd Gents Wearing Appartl WORK GUARANTEED phone a 33 528 Fifth Street HENRY flUNOLD DKAISR IN Stapli and Fancy Groceries A FIRST CUSS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty Mane Pbeae e33e 540 W WALNUT MONON ROUTE BETWEJ LOUISVILLE AD CHICAGO BEST LINK TO French Lick and West Baden Snail UNION STATION LOUISV1LLS- DKXRMRN STATIC CHICAGO itahgi flww i 1eeiylissL M BACON DP A N WvCtr NaLnteierllMl IJJ t TTTtTI tI f I KENTUOKY IRI8H A ERIC N THE HOLIDAY STOCKS r AT 11 THE BIG STORE F I IAre filled with Christmas suggestions We invite you forGifts to come and inspect the useful Christmas Men and Boys- Combination Sets Silk Handkerchiefs Tie and Sox 50c 100 150 100Suspenders Garters and Armbands SOc Combination Jewelry Sets Cuff Buttons and Scarf Pins SOc to 300 t THE BIG STOREMIL- TON M MAP MLESTONE dl CO 424 StlBetwee Piano Values==Our Methods values and our methods it Is our In advertising our piano to advise with all along intelligent Hnesthe course purpose one of real worth for thein selectlnga pianoto pursue the largest Invest We are confident of havingyoumoney at the lowest prices and our liberal lines of quality pianos of a pianoownershipto theof privileges youterms payment small amountinvesting aselection bythe you make your cash first paymentof as most doubt Our oneprice policy must convince even the in treating one customer the sameserviceing of our superior as another dud is a point to be well considered when pur chasing a pl1no We Invite InspcUons and comparison MONTENEGRORIEHMt MUSIC COe Incorporated ttsaoo FOURTH AVENUE I ttOQO3S v g n Notice of Coffee Advance The steady rise in the Coffee Market makes necessary the following advances In prices a HIM SPICED nosy 3 fortOo2 Ibs M11 55c now 212 fortiOo2 12 Urn PEA BERRY 55c now 2 12 for OOo 1 lb II tOW 2 for fi5o No Advance lit Other Lines JOHN MMULLOY 1 H me Pbon 1313 tD1D W 11XAJ 11CT tJIL 1CETe45 8 PICTURES for XMAS kApproriate and much appreciated Inspect our representative stock oi HOLY PICTURES Oleographs Carbons Engravings and Photogravures We show a beautiful line of Landscapes in Colors Etchings and Pastels j Tastily framed Prices marked in plain figures Beat er values in the city Hubbuch Bros Wellendorf INCOnrORATlD 522524 WEST MARKET ST NONNNN N N6iN + IrWEWANTYOURWORK I I Were IandI PRINTINGCards Bill Heads Letter Heads I Circulars Dodgers Etc Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty I HOME PHONE 946 i I I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN iOJ9WE i7C QYiEE1 STRI HiT tt I M I IANNON PreeI Mar 55cj 12 25cj i 1 WMtJetfJrSOi stetf 577 GEHER SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET- s 4L TUB CKIHDRATKD NijRIH STAR REFRIGERATOR The Only with Cork Insulation The QUICK GAS RANGE few but all features of practical value that are considered deslr ered desirable In Gas Range The QUICK MEAL has NO EQUAL It ranks high In thr estimation of the unblicCr to P BANNON JR Vice Pris Tr ai VEENEMA- NSecretary ickYGo 11 EanuraaLurrIr Qf VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS OlliatSl TELEPHONE 1 0 t Refrigerator MEAL Corablnesnot a r L J I u i IMCORFORATKO e 1 WirtM tMi i hW m aMM JTELEPH0Ni2- n j Cf Why Christmas Toys r Will Be Bought Here Thousands of Every Conceivable Kind of Toys to Suit Children of All Ages The Largest Toy Dept in LouisvilleToys Bought Now Held Until Wanted Prices From the Highest to Lowest Buy Your Christmas Toys Now and Get the Benefit of the Unbroken Assortments and Receive the Undivided Attention- of the Salespeople SANTA ON THIRD BRING CHILDREN TO HIM Felt and Plush Dolls with ccltln and composition heads 75c 140to Flirting Dolls 223 to550Doll Mends Doll Rigs Doll Shoes ami Stockings n full line of O Doll Outfitting and Dolls of r shape styleevery conceivable and make lOc to1f5Dre- ssed Dolls made to tress and undress mowing eyes ole lashes full halljointed limbs with bisque heads and full curls nil round blonde and brunette fine Underwear Shoes Stockings and Dresses in the latest styles to 1200 up from 189 DRY GOODS GOIn- corporittd I I M CONNECTION WITH JAUtS MoUKEEBV Le NEW YORK aNX KKHHH A3t AUCKM COUNCIL TII Holds Rousing Mccth and Officers ForYear With John Kenney behind the gavel Mackln Council hold one Qf its biggest meetings nigh officer 1torC h a p 1 la n Rev Seraphim Schlang O M C President Samuel L Robertson Vice Presidents Joseph J Han cock A C Link Financial Secretary F G Adams Recording SecretaryR Osborne Corresponding SecretaryH Her bergTreasurerW A Link MarshalJ H Sheehan Inside Sentinel P Andrlott Outside SentinelJoseph Stewart Executive Committee J T Ken ney A Andrlott L L Klnsella J J Lynn Pat Duddy Medical Examiners Dr Michael Casper Dr William Dwyer SpeakerRobert T Burke While the ballots were being counted another membership contest was started under the lead 01 A C Link and George J Lautz which w111 close with an Initiation and banquet on Washingtons birth day A committee composed of Dr A R lilzot Charles Raidy Sam Robertson Joseph J Hancock and Irvlngton Earl was instructed to ask tho Louisville Railway Company to make Improvements In tho West EndIt was decided to have a public Installation on the first Monday in January to which all friends of the Y M I will be invited Ill1t1DY FOIL DIG DEALS In another column will be found the real estate card of OReilly Company who have been meeting with success and are prepared tor deals on a large scale Halpa OReilly who Is well known to many of our readers Is the manager antis a young man of push and energy and It will not bo long before he ranks frst among tho real estate men of this city The firm Is one ot the now ones but has already a large business They Invite those wanting homes to call on them In the Paul Jones building MACATJLEV- SMacauloya offering for the first half of next week will be Byron HilHard who will be seen In the dramatic sensation of the period A Fool There Was This vital and vivid drama created a profound fm presalon hero last season and has aroused extraordinary discussion all over America The company sup porting Mr Hilllard is strong one I and lured ah excellent production Is as MANS VILE PLAY In a otter to the priests of the dloceso Archbishop Meesmor on Tuesday denounced the proposed production ot the grand opera Salome in Milwaukee This Is the opera that was forced to withdraw from Chicago The Archbishop says Even If the dance ot Salome De not In Itself openly Immodest and lewd a thInK I do not know ftj the whole tendency of the opera- if reports atrq true ita glorMleaUon of divorce anil dbUcHry Hnc you tm ple e request tMmemMrt of yotar parish to stay wajr and u J Kidbody Dolls nmdc of the best grade kid leather completely stitched neck and flaps full stout stuffing hipjolntcd shoulder and elbowJointed celtin rind bisque forearm kid legs and feet fine bisque forearm kid legs and feet fine bisque heads movable of stationary eyes teeth showing I parted wigs shoes and stock Ings to9GO up from BOc Character Baby Dolls stuffed coth body unbreakable composition I head painted hair and eyes also a great variety of Unbreakablehead Dolls with SOCIETY DIRECTORY I A O lli- DIVISION 1 HeeU at Fails City Hall on First and Third Tuesday PresidentThomas Walsh Vice PresidentWilliam Murphy Recording Secretary Thomas Pn Financial Secretary Thos J Dolllnn 2120 Portland avenu- eTreasurerThomas Keenan SrSSergeantatArms Louis Roller SentinelDavid Whelan DIv 2 Meets First and Third Friday Red Mens Hall First and MarketePresident C J Ford Vice President Raymond Barrett Recording Secretary William T Median Financial SecretaryJno J Keaney 1007 Duinesnil street TreasurerJoseph Lynch SergeantatArms David M Mar phy Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 Meats first and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland President Patrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thomas J Uevens Financial SecretaryJohn G lies sion 1710 Baird- TreasurerDaniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thoman Noo- nSergeantatArmsJnmes P Stevens DIVISION and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John 11 Hennessy Vice Presidcnjrrrhoma Lynch Financial Secretary Thos J Lan an 734 West Oak Assistant Financial Secretary D J lUllly Recording Secretary John J IVlnn Treasurer Harry Brady SerBcailtatoArmsWlll1am Callag baL Outside Sentinel Michael McDer nott V M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 elects Monday Evenings at Club lloiue 341 North Twentyslxth PresidentJobe T Kenney First Vice 1rcsldent Dr J AICasper Second Vice President Thomas BachmanRecording Secretary Robert Os orneCorresponding Secretary William k Link Financial Secretary Frank U duns treasurer=Dan Webe- rMarshalJoseph Bartsch Inside SentInelA C Link Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart thus express their emphatic Protest against the public production of the pera in our cWy JlOIjUNS The banner show ot the season Is tthe designation by tho management of the aggregation of acts which wlll fprm thee lineup at Hopkins Theater next week Musical turns and comedy skteba reed ohly in Elie bet vauaafiiehouserwl11 oom wise a allicMful bill Wittuex sliest Pletum J1ieurclIer+ ornwncM tile week will iMia jpala ine for the Hopkins patrons o etJ J The Largest Toy Dept in LouisvilleToys Bought Now Held Until Wanted CLAUS FLOOR SEE Elects Monday 4- AfcetsSecond wigs dressed and 1lI1l1r CAltRIOLKT 100 to Genuine esscdii FA11M horses WAGONS 2500 to sent shaft and handle Police Patrol leather seats brass rail 000 Hobby Horses 285 01500Sl- eds 100 to 180 Clippers 100 to175Sul-kcys 9150 to 275 llanons 50c to 125 Soldier Firemen and Police Equipments 45c to325H- orse and Wagon 1 to 3000 Oxen and Wagon 200 to 450I STEWART LADIES ELECT Hibernian Auxiliary HoGds Very Interesting Meeting A moat Interesting and largely attended meeting of the Ladles Aux lllary A 0 H was held Wednesday at which It was decided Ito have another initiation early In the year Two pleasing features were the presentations to Miss ROllu and Mrs Dan Doughert Miss Sweeney has completed her fourth year as President and was offered the office again without opposition but she pleaded that someone else be given the honor The was spirited but friendly and when the ballots were counte the following were declared elected PresidentMiss Mary Corcoran Vice President Miss Nelle NolanFinancial Secretary Miss Josh Godfrey Recording Secretary Miss Mary RussollTreasurerMrs Dan Dougherty Sergeant jat Arms Miss Ella DowneySentinelMiss Ltllle Callahan Standing Committee Miss Ella BroderickAt first meeting in Januar the installation will take place and will be made quite an event JAILER PFLAXB FALLS Jailer John R Pflanz was pain fully injured when he fell on the Ice at Center and Green streets shortl before 6 oclock Wednesday after noon Mr Pflanz left his office at the jail to mall some letters After ho fell Police Corporal Sullivan ran to his assistance and carried him to the jail office Ate first it was be lleved that the Jailer had sustalne a fracture of the left leg but an ex amlnatlon showed that ho had sun tamed only a bad sprain He was removed In on automobile to hl home at 3311 Rudd avenue MOTION PICTURES An excellent list of new motion pictures will be presented at the Casino and Orpheura next week Th pictures will Include emotional pro ductions of real Interest and tin contrasting comedy features will in headed by delightful bits of mirth provoking nonsense In addition tt the changes of films there will bi the latest Illustrated songs A bet ter picture show could not be found anywhere In the country FORTY nouns The Forty Hours prayer will begin tomorrow morning at the high mass at St Marys Eighth and Grayson There will be a procession and sermon arid a solemn close on Tuesday The services will be directed by Rov Father Westermann Who will be assisted by a number of hit brother priests People from allover the city will visit St Marys luring these beautiful devotions AVENUE THEATER In Old Kentucky which comes tQ the Avenue fqr next week requires no special Introduction to playgoers of this city For many rears the romantic drama of the Blue Grass State has been an occasional yiettgthere arid hfs always been warmly received The fact that It has held the boards for so many Veer la Indorsement enough pf Its aerttsi U o 1 WALK=OVER SHOE By this time you are seriously think ing of buying a Christmas Present for your father mother brother or sister What would be more appro priate than a pair of 1 WALKOVER SHOES 1 ICome in and get one of our Christmas orders and let those who receive them call and suit themselves lWALKOVER BOOT snop 309- FOURTH AVE I NNN NeNNN For Your Furniture Wantsi I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my Prices the lowest and my terms the best tl JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street 1NNON t N NN rFIF ass YOU WANT TO BUY SELL RENT QR TR- ADEREALESTATE SEE OREILLY CO 512 PAUL JONES BUILDING t Halpin OReilly Manager Home Phone 2755 svnttatsss ssawaaa- sa naaes Laaaaaaaa m g 51 The Last Dollar m That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a I1m SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear Interest COMPOUNDED 1m twice a year There MAYPOME a time when your LAST DOLLAR DO NEED The SAVING now of themust be spent for something you that hard time from ever coming j I dollars you are wasting might keep i I IKy TitleSavings Bank II illand Trust Co m mlFifth and Court Place I RUOpen Daily Until 3 p m Saturdays Until1 7 p m It- e E c = 111 Holiday Suggestion TO Mothers 1BUYCapt Mike Cigars 25 IN A BOX X200 I25 ROXY CIGARS 100 HoraePhone 5337 SAND SPEIER Distributors 220 S TIIIIID ST For sale at leading Cafes Drugstores Etc BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky IIJ lll t DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered OFFICE AND FOROe 713715 SEVENTH STPEEI lath PhentJ 2399 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN ONLY ONE DOLLAR PERYEAR YoBtlstPapeir ur4am If c Q- n