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F 4 I KENTUCKY IRJll AMERICANI Wf VOLUME XXVNO 25 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY DECEMBER 17 1910 PRICE FIVE CENTS m ASQUITIIPl- edges Government to Enrly uf iHome llulo For t Irelandf ffi OConnors Last Review Before Close of the Great Contest Tortes Already Making 1lca For Antoher Conference Or Election ALL IRISHMEN ARE DEL1GETED j In his last review of the English elections which closo today T P 1 OConnor cables the American press that Premier Asquith has pro nounced home rule for Ireland the I leading Issue in the present cam 1 paign This momentous pronounce ment was tmade In a email schoolhouse c of a remote village in Scotland 1 but already it has stirred the J whole British islands and eclipsed all other Issues in the fight The pronouncement was made in answer I to a heckler us that typical disturber of British political meetings Is called I Is It the truth asked this rrheckler that it the Liberal Government 1 is returned to power In this I election It will give Ireland a meas ure of home rule 1 My reply is said Asqulth IIJt ls ii The precision firmness and can dor of this answer on the part of 1 a man so frigid and cautious and so 1 determined to concentrate this elec 1 Lion on the issue of tho House ofcc Lords comes as a thunderclap to all of the enemies of the Liberal party i and it Is a great aid to Redmonds fight I Though Redmond was well aware that it was Asqulths intention to give Irish home rule an immediate I chance the carpers and factionists r in Ireland have been insisting that L Asqulth was a trickster and that I Redmond was his dupe But now oven the Dublin Independent chief supporter of the Healy faction con fesses that Asquiths declaration leaves no more to be said and Is entirely satisfactory Jj Thus home rule at last Is undeniable before the eyes of all men and is definitely In sight For theI general election practically Is over and the Government will return with unbroken strength to the House of Commons This second declaration against tho Lords ends their exist- Ing 1 powers The Tories however are con tinuing to use every device possible c to evade this final and crushing verdict A J Balfour leader of 1 the opposition who in vain threwII over his protection of the House of Lords and even the plural voting I which robs the Liberals of Innumer able seats in the effort to escape defeat now follows another line of J retreat Balfour practically demands j a third election following closely 1 tho lead of Lord Rosebery who de dared that If the Liberals lost even five seats it would preclude themJJ from proceeding with the attack on the Lords This ridiculous pre tension already is being laughed out of court I have no doubt that the Liberals will propose an antiveto 1 bill on the first night of the new Parliament will proceed wiith It promptly and when It Is rejected by the Lords will call upon the King to create enough new Peers to carry I tho measure through the second chamberIII The King undoubtedly wlllnat refuse this request But if ho should Premier Asquith must by his pledges Immediately resign and leave Balfour face to face with a hostile majority in the House of Commons which would throw him I out of oflco the next day Already the Tories are sending up a new flag of truce and are suggesting n saw conference but the Liberal opinion will not permit another con bronco and the doom of the veto power of thevLords is clearly pro nounced The only outstanding question is the date of the execution of the Liberal lighted The Irishmen over pragrammeII of their campaign They are so delighted that they laugh even over OBriens victory In Cork city This victory was due to 1500 Tory votes and the transfer of a thousand votes controlled by a contractor named Fitzgerald whom OBrien often has denounced but whom ho appar ently captured for this election at tho last moment The defeat of Timothy Healy in Louth and ODon nell in Mayo nullities OBriens hold na mall corner of Ireland and anyhow with tho Liberal victory and the coming fierce battle with the POUSO of Lords OBrien is a negligible quantity That fight sub merges airother Issues and nothing now visible on the political horizon ran stand between Redmond and the I prompt advent of home rule SUFFERED DECAPITATION Death in sudden and awful form cme to Thomas J Mahoney in the LrandN yards on Friday morning of utweecWhUQ In the perform once of hie duty as car Inspector heIt Erse run over by a cutetl ears and tittered decapitation My Mooney w porn in BafdBtQwa fiftyfight learaB but Toed been a resident of LouiBVllle for fifteen euatHto wife and 0r ml tklMim stir U a I t7 qty vivo him The deceased was regard ed as a careful and competent em ploye His funeral took place iron St Leos church on Monday morn ing and Was largely attended vWIIO IS WHITE Something About Chief Justice of Supreme Court The Hon Edward Douglass White the new Chief Justice of the United states Supreme Court is a Southerner an exConfederate sol dier a Democrat a Catholic and a member of the Knights of Columbus Justice White was born in the parish of Lafourche Louisiana In Novem ber 1845 His parents were Cath cues and he was educated in that faith He was educated at Mount St Marys Bmmlttsburg Md at the Jesuit College New Orleans and at Georgetown University His father and grandfather were Judges- so that the had a judicial inheritance as well as legal training His knowledge of civil law Is regarded as the most profound of any man who ever sat on the bench of the Supreme Court of tho United States In recent years he has developed a specialty for questions ot interstate commerce and his contributions to the hw of the land will last through yeava to come After serving as a soldier In the Confederate army ho practiced lawn Louisiana and also became a sugar planter In 1874 ho was elected as a member of the State Senate In 1891 Mr White became- a national figure He was chosen to succeed Mr Eustace as United 1 State Senator He served Louisiana three years as United States Senator before ho was elevated to the bench of the Supreme Curt by exPresi dent Grover Cleveland Among the Important opinions while on the bench of tho Supremo Court are those on the succession tax cases the income tax cases and the Insular cases In the opinion of able law yers Justice White is one of tho best qualified men In the country to grace the office of Chief Justice of the Supreme Court IETEUNAL REST Is Reward of Christian and Venerable Irish Mother jlIIrs Mary Ann BUrke one of the oldest if not the very oldest mem ber df SfLouts Bertrand iparlsh died at the residence of her daughter Mrs Joseph Foley 1028 South Sixth street on Monday afternoon Death followed an attack of acute indigestion She had been manly two days but from the first her condition was regarded as serious Worry incident to the critical Illness of her eldest son Joseph Burke hastened her death The funeral took place from St Louis Bertrand church on Wednesday morning Mrs Burko is survived by one sister Mrs William HIggins three children Joseph Burke and Mrs Joseph Foley both of Louisville and Michael J Burke of St Louis and fifteen grandchildren She was a native Of Dublin Ireland and was past elghty hree years of age Since 1852 she had been a resident of Louisville When the Dominicans established a parish In that section of Louisville known as Limerick Mrs Burke and her husband nowi forty years deceased were among the first tp ally themselves with the new parish For years she had been a member of the Third Order of St Dominic and was burled In the shroud of that order Mrs Burke was one of the typo of Godfearing Irish mothers that Is disappearing dn Louisville all iooI fast Her God her children and her home occupied all her attention No matter what calamity betel In stead of complaining Grandma fiurke piously ejaculated Glory be to God It mlgh havo been worse While her death is mourned by children and relatives all feel that sho has gone to that happy home for which she had so long striven HOLIDAY VISITORS William Bannon now located at Oklahoma City is hero to spend the warmlyIMarys College Since going to Ok lahoma Mr Bannon has been remarkably successful and bas been awarded a number of the largest plastering contracts ever let in the Far West CHANGE OF MEETING On acount ot Division 4 A 0 H being scheduled to meet Monday December 26 which will be a holi day it was decided to hold a special mooting next Thursday December 22 at which meeting election of of- fIcers for tho ensuing year will be held At the regular meeting last Monday evening Treasurer Harry Grady was reported as seriously 111 and John Pholan and Richard Naughton were also reported on the sick list John Garry was elected to membership and the application of Thomas F Burko was received President John Hennessy urges1 every member to be present at the next meeting and also hoped that lI that1Itt BBRTflC POI6IIPCRlM11E iMmentuanodebr I err f rJ r j t jJf Ludlow F Petty none gives more general satisfaction than that of Len S Merimco who has been ghen a nIce berth In tho United State revenue service Soon after Gov Wlllson was elected ho appointee I Mr Merlmee as Magistrate from the Fifth district of Jefferson county He was a candidate for the Republics I nomination to succeed himself but was turned down by tho A P A element In his party Mr Meriine is a lifelong Republican More that twenty years ago he was Presides of the Garfield Olub Ho has always fought the battles of his party Mr Merrlmee Is a Roman Catholic and it respected by Democrats and Repub licans His appointment reflect credit on the broadmindedness ot Collector Petty VINCENTIANS Quarterly Meeting Show the Progress ofTheir Work The final quarterly meeting of the St Vincent de Paul Society was held In St Francis Hall in the basement of the Cathedral last Sunday after noon The chair was occupied by President J J Caffrey After the chaplain Father Eugene P Dona hue offered prayer Secretary Thomas A Bohan read reports show Ing that there were twentytwo con ferences In Louisville with an ag gregate membership of 1100 The reports also showed that members yf the society had paid snore than TiOO visits during the previous quar ter and that through their efforts 100 destitute families had been relieved I The Very Rev James P Cronin V G delivered tho principal ad dress He commended the good work done by St Vincent de Pauls So ciety recommended tho members to greater efforts and urged a better support of the Record the diocesan organ It was the only real support cf the orphans in this diocese ho said The Very Rev Father Louis G Deppen editor of the Record also made a brIef address and commended the orphans to the Taro of the St Vincent de Paul Society Louisville Catholics may well be iproud of the St Vincent de Paul Society because aside from New York City It has a larger member ship In proportion to population than any other city in tho United States OFFICERS CHOSEN Division 2 AO Ho Makes FewC angesn p II List At the latest meeting of Division 2 A O H the following officers were olected for tho ensuing year PresIdentC J Ford Vice PresidentC E Smith Recording SecretarYWilliam T Meehan Financial SecretarYJohn J KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh Sergeant at Arms David M Murrty SentinelWilliam Nash The attendance was excellent and the reports showed that Division 2 was sound financially and socially Great regret was expressed over the illness of Michael Keaney the ven erable father of John J Keaney President Ford announced that a great treat was in store for all who attended the installation which will take place on the first Friday In January ENTERTAINED COUSINS Tho Misses Cowman entertained at their home 522 West Front street Jeffersonville last Tuesday evening in honor of their cousins Mr and Mrs John Du Fronsoof Oheboygan Mich Among those present wore Misses Anna Catherine and Margaret Cowman Margaret Kehoe Katie Lynch Ivy Kimmick Bridgio Kehoe Mr and Mrs Pierce Cowman Mr and Mrs Kimmlck Messrs names Mullen Arch and John Kehoe James Mayer Fred Koehler all of Jeffersonvljle and Patrick G King of Louisville Everybody present enjoyed a pleasant evening Vocal and instrumental music were features of the entertainment and Burn gtbe evening a very enjoyable recast l was spread by tho fair young hostesses The tables were taste fully decorated for the occasion One noteworthy number on tho evenings programme was the work of James Mullen on the harp He was accompanied by Miss Anna Cowman WINCHESTER I Tomorrow at Winchester the Right Rev Bishop Maes of Coving ton will dedicate tho now St Jo sephs church just erected at a cost of 20000 It is a handsome struc ture and an adornment to the Gateway City Many of the clergy of ithd dioceso will bo present and tho pas I tot Rev Father H F Hillenmoyer will havo the unusual happiness of seeing the cornerstone laying and dedication of St Josephs within the short space of six months SUFFERS HEAVY LOSS The baseball bat factory of J F Hillerich Son at 729 Preston street was partially destroyed by fire early Wednesday morning Tho Messrs Hillerich Sustained a toss of 68900 Willie the details qre not opflwteteds the term S is planning to rlngUlecom1ncHilliricfe re held In Wgh eeteem and are received many expression of nmpatnyi d ACTIVITY I Jf In Junior Qrder Circles as Se quenco to School Commis sion Election 1 Proscription ol Immigrant tiltc 8l on8lble Forfliocul Cen sus Returns i Strange Nantes ol Native Ainer leans That Nourish Relig b usliatredIN- TOLERANCE Isr MUST BE BARRED Since the recent election tho Ken tucky Irish American has repeatedly stated that there had been a coalition or understanding between the Junior Order of United American Mechanics and other elements of the- A P A ilk in Louisville This It was stated was particularly true ol the School Commission race where the Junior Order ticket found an alliance with the ticket offered by- the several civic bodies presumed to have the best interests of the city and schools at heart That the Kentucky Irish American was not in error Is demonstrated by a circular letter sent to Its members by Banner Council Jr O U AM The letter is signed by Charles E Seng Chair man and Charles Roser Secretary In part it reads as follows Dear Sir and Brother In order to extend the Influence of our noble organization and to further promote tbe great principles which the Jr OU A M advocates and to aid in the proper exemplification of our new ritual the National Board of Officers has inaugurated a grand prize contest for new members You will note that there are two 50 and two 25 prizes to be awarded the councils showing the largest sa and three 25 and two 15 InII offered tho individual members bringing in tho most members NowII brothers Banner the past year won the State Council prize and now we want you to help us win at least one of these National Council prizes and we want some hustling member In Banner to got some easy Christmas moneybyl winning one of the 25prizes Brothers get busy- tNoLrafherif OYkitoiVBanne Council never does anything by halves llots go in and make this a sure enough success remember We can accomplish wonders when we stick together and work shoulder to shoulder This was demonstrated lust November for which we tlmnk each member In conclusion we wish to admonish you on behalf of the Board of Trustees to see that your dues are fully paid up also your night watch fund and picnic tickets Note please that tho officers of Banner Council call attention to the fact that members of tho order stood shoulder to shoulder in the last electionThere are six councils of the rumor Order in Louisville and it is only natural to presume that the other five are as active In seeking new adherents as is Banner Council The councils and their respective meeting places arc as follows Louisville 1234 West Market Old Glory 428 West Jefferson Liberty 1234 West Market Banner over German Security Bank Preston and Market streets Daniel A Shaw Council Eighteenth and Kentucky streets and United States Council Third and 0 streets The primary object of the Junior Order is to proscrdbo Catholics and to oppose immigration The orders particularly strong in Louisville and throughout Kentucky Is it any wonder then that immigration to the Bluegrass State has fallen off- S it any wonder that Louisville made such a poor showing In the recent census Immigrants do not visit places where they are not wanted Tho Kentucky militia was called out to suppress night riders that destroyed a few tobacco barns and warehouses yet tho Junior Order a band of political religious night riders are allowed to flourish unmolested Shouting aloud for the separation of Church and State they secretly connive to mix politics and religious bigotry How long wilt tho fairminded people of Louisville stand for this sort of thing The circular letter above referred to hears the names of the officers and Important committee members of Banner Council The officers their employment and residences are as follows according to the Caron City Directory for 1910 Carl F Rehm draughtsman Tames Clark Jr Electric Company 1128 Hamilton avenue Stanley M Burger packer Wash burnCrosby Milling Company 1027 East Broadway Philip P Doll Jr clerk L and 11117 South Preston John A Mclver buyer for J Bacon Sons 2518 West Main William Gottschalk salesman Charles Wiggintpu Company 732 East Chestnut street William S Markolf clerk L and N 1035 Barret avenue John Schroelzor barber 314 West I GreenFred Hoffer machine hand oren gel box factory 130 Vine street I WH Haddox clerk L and Kt boards 800 South Scorid Henry GerHch varnleher for Will son Ko p 1010 Hamilton avenue WHHamVF Krlwle bHw LoniNl ill RlHr y Cowfcanjrfi im JIIUt been Btreet I ItI riB Hlnflai appreaiioe 0 0 ras James Clark Jr Electric Company 3105 Maple street Quite a tow of the above are also members of the Application Commit tee and other members are Charles Seng jeweler 306 East Market A J Wleber 1579 Bards town road John C Wieber Georg Gutermuth Herman Maas embalmer for John Maas Bro 302 East Broadway A J Blennan porter J Bacon sons 951 Sam uels street George W Steffey As- sIstant Superintendent Louisville Veneer Mills 1404 Washington Edward H Krill blacksmith 725 Shelby John Horst ironworker 723 Laurel Charles Roser clerk L an- N 1044 South Fifteenth arid Theodore J Rehm proprietor Rehin Printing Company 1139 Hamilton The examining physicians for Ban ner Council are Dr R L Carter 1121 East Broadway and Dr G iT Jenkins 211 Atherton Building Right here It may be well to re mind you that Dr Jenkins and George Steffey were candidates for theIproscribe Immigrants A casual observer would never think from reading the list of officers and com mltteemcn that any of them wern here prior to the coming of Christopher Columbus There Is not s a single Indian name among thcsa native Americans Such religious intolerance does not flourish in the East North and West Kentucky and Louisville is the home of re ligious intolerance The members of the JUiilor Order set up religious bigotry and ignorance as their gods and kneel in fanatical worship at the twin shrine OLD OFFICERS I Elected at Big Meeting of C K of A Central Body The Central Committee or s the Catholic Knights of America held its regular meeting at St Marys Hall on Friday night of last week and the attendance was the beat In many months President Eugene McCarthy occupied the chair and congratulated those assembled on the good showing made Major Gen Michael ReIchert reported the work outlined by the deputies John Curran a visitor from Providence R L delivered a blef address and wondered why every Catholic was not affiliated with the order George J Martin a visitor from New Or leans spoke along similar lines and praised the work conducted by- Louisvilles Central Committee liolh Messrs Curran and Martin commended the C K of A as the best of all Catholic societies in that it was working for the relief of the widows and orphans They expressed pleasure at learning what they had dur- Ing their visit to the Central Committee The annual election of officers re sulted as follows- Spiritual DIrectorRev Father B H Westeftnan PresidentEugene McCarthy Vice PresidentJoseph Herp Recording SecretarYBen Krus- eTreasurerCharles Falk SergeantatArms Charles Hill Trustees Oscar Mater Joseph Klnney and Harry Veeneman Jr ANOTHER YEAR Of Usefulness Is Rounded put by Mercy- Hospital Mercy Hospital Jeffersonvllle which Is conducted by the Sisters of Mercy has entered upon its thirteenth year of usefulness and char flY The first Mercy Hospital was established in JeEfersonville in 1897 It soon proved too small for the work In hand Sister Mary Regina Kerr who was Superior of the little band of nuns that founded the hos pltdll had courage and faith in God as her sole stock In trade She worked early and late and has lived to see her hopes bear fruit Mercy Hospital Is now a handsome brick structure and is equipped with all modern appliances Practically every cent ot the funds was raised by Sister Regina and her com- panIons The hospital will long bo a monument to Sister Mary Regina and her devoted colaborers FITNESS APPRECIATED The annual election of officers of ranch 45 C K of A was held In St Marys Hall on Monday night As had been expected many of the old officers Were chosen to succeed themselves Those chosen were Rov Father B H Weslerman Spir itual Director William Norton President Louis Stelnert Vice Pres- Ident J H Middendorf Recording- S cretary Charles Hill Financial Secretary and Henry Gottbrath Treasurer Mr Norton succeeded himself as President Herman Wes sels is succeeded after fourteen years service by Mr Gottbrath who previously held the office for twenty years and Charles Hill was elected to servo his twentieth term- S Financial Secretary POPE BLESSES AMERICANS The only collective audience of lmportance given by Pope Plus X wring the last three months was hat accorded last week ioihO CAmerleaniolleltestudents Mo n signer Kennedy was ll scooinoTiIed by Vice Rector Father CIOUrnand the niritut HrcoT Rev father B MaboBef Montlgnbr Kennedy in presenting the 154 students took occasion tto say it was the greatest number inl the history of the college Pope Plus blessed the students and had a few words ot encouragement for each of them Ho congratulated the Americans on the tact that the at tendance at that collego was now the largest Of all national institu- tIons in the Eternal Cit- yCANADIANS Hope to Have a Cardinal Named From That Country The statement Is made at Ottaw by an unnamed person said to be 1 in close touch with the highest official of the Catholic church in Canada that Influences are now at work looking to the creation of a Canadiai Cardinal with the ultimate end iIII view of finally securing for him the highest office in the church namel that of Supreme Pontiff The selec tion of the Pope from Caned would appear at first glance to be altogether out of the range of probability at present but it IIs nevertheless a fact that the ipossi blllty of a Canadian Cardinal scour ing the Position is now beIng seriously talked over It Is stated that the man in view is Monslgnoi Druchcsl of Montreal Some recent events lend color to the above Inter eating rumor It is further noted that there ap poarod In La Presse of Montreal ia fow days ago two letters said have been Inspired from toII authority in which reference was probIabilitying attention to prophecy of Malachi that a temporal head ofII the church might come across the seas Hope for the appointment Of a Oanadian Cardinal is based on fact that in that country there theII been a general loyalty and d to the church that has remained shaken for centuries SINCERE SORROW Manifested Over the De rniseof Former Councilman Schreiber Charles Schreiber a respecter citizen of the West End and one of tho pioneer members of St Cecilia parish died at his home 2921 Montgomery street on Monday nxorRlgg JTha deceased bail sufferedd from a complication of diseases for several weeks and death was not unexpected He Is survived by his wifo and tho following children Jacob Daniel and William Schrei ber of Louisville Mrs Michael Purtell of St Louis and Mrs William Comstock and Mrs George Gprdon of this city The funeral took rlace from St Cecilias church on Wednesday morning and the Rev Father A J Brady who conducted the funeral services paid a feeling tribute to the Christian worth ol Mr SchreIber The deceased was born in Ger many fiftyfour years ago but had spent halt a century in Louisville For many years he was engaged in business at Twentysixth and Bank streets but retired a few years ago He was always a Democrat in pol itics and in 1887 was elected a mem ber of the lower board of the Gen era Council In that capacity he served eight years and won the re spect of his colleagues and the confidence of his constituents He was a member of tho Catholic Knights of America and of the Volunteer Fire mens Association His grief stricken wife and family have the profound sympathy of many friends In their sorrow xniNixrs FEAST Trinity Council Y M I gave its second annual grosses Gastnlahl or big feed in the council club rooms on Tuesday evening The feast way prepared by tho wives and young lady friends of the members The tables were artistically decorated and bountifully iladen with viands of tho season President Vic Ecker presided as toastmaster and pro facing the least reviewed the work of Trinity during the past year Ho also outlined plans for tho coming twelve months Others who ad dressed those assembled were the Rev Father J A OGrady J C Klrchdorfer Daniel J Hennessy Rev Father Cyril C P David Connell P J Sandmann and James B Kelly- BRAI4CII NINRT1TTWO Branch 92 Catholic Knights and Ladlesr of America will hold its annual election of officers tomorrow afternoon This branch is famil iarly known asSt Marys Branch and a full attendance of members Is expected tomorrow On the night of Wednesday December 28 Branch 92 will give a euchre at Trinity Hall and an abundance of prizes have been provided A feature will be a contest for a handsome umbrella for ladles and a handsome umbrella for gentlemen Every member of the branch Is Interested in the race and the man who does Tjoro work than the higI GermanIrishAmerican Andy Kast I will land the mens first prize FELTS DEAD Last Saturday at Wllkeebarre Pa gtoter De Rlocl member ot the Stei ttri of Mercy who warn kites Anna Coyte of PKt burr fell deed w4e Oil iter way back to the eoBTtatii Iattending mess at Sit Marys church She was ixty4lyejy ani of e- y1 2- ii SOLEMNITY Marked Festivities Attendant Upon Dedication ot St Cecilias Right Rev Bishop Officiated and Preached an Elo quent Sermonti Triumph For Pastor and Peo plo and Pleasure For Prelate t SOMETHING ABOUT NEW EDIFICE With all the religious solemnities appropriate to such an august occa sion the Right Rev Denis ODonag hue Bishop of Louisville dedicated the new Church of St Cecilia Twen tytilth and Slevin streets last Sunll day morning It was a happy day for the members of St Cecilias r larish a happy day for the pastor the Rev A J Brady and a happy tiny for Bishop ODonaghue The parishioners rejoiced because they had a new home the pastor because ho had seen the fruition of his r hopes and realized that the new edifice would remain long aStmonument to his endeavors in the C cause of God and religion Bishop ODonaghue rejoiced because ho bad the privilege and honor to preside at the dedication of a house of worship that was a testimonial to the lastingss faith of the people in this the cradle of Catholicity The dedicatory ceremonies pre reded the solemn high mass and began at 1030 oclock Preceded by a long line of acolytes and clergy = and assisted by the Right Rev Ed mund Obrecht pnd the Very RevrJames P Cronin V G the Bishop blessed the exterior walls the por tals and then the interior At the close ot the dedicatory ceremonies the solemn high mass began with the raster the Rev Father A J Brady as celebrant the venerable Father Hugh J Brady as deacon and the Rev Father Philip irady as sub deacon The music of the mass was rendered by an augmented choir un aer the direction of Miss Agnes RIchter f IThe sermon was preached by BIsho p ODonaghue who llaidl stress + on the fact that the occasion was a bappy one Ho praised the people whose sacrifices had made the erec tion ot the now edifice a possibility and he extolled the untiring efforts of the pastor whose exhortations had caused the fire of religion to glow in the hearts of the people He adjured those assembled to continue I the good work so well begun and bade them by their lives and deeds I set an example for all Christians and for all the world I At the conclusion of the mass Bishop ODonaghuo and the other clergy assisting at the dedicatory services were entertained at dinner by Father Brady In the afternoon at 530 oclock Father Brady was host at a banquet in honor of Blshoi ODouaghuo and the other visitors of the clergy The banquet board was spread In the parochial school hall and fortyseven clergymen were gathered about it Tho tight Rev Bishop was toastmaster and he made a happy one As in his he paid trI- bute sermon of the morning to Father Bradys pastorate of St Cecilias Father Brady responded briefly but made all feel that the occasion was the happiest of his 730 oclock solemn vespers IlIfe sung The sermon was preached the Very Rev Vicar General Cronin who was familiar with the trials and struggles of pastor and people incident to the building ot St Cecilias church Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament followed the sermon and the singing of the Te Doum closed the services The new church of St Cecilia is a handsome brick and stone edifice erected on the Gothic stylo ot arch itecture A large window over the main altar shows St Cecilia with a beet Of musIc tJ1 her hands The in white andthree altars are done cllt The church is well lighted well ventilated and well illuminated Everything is in exulsito taste a fitting place in which to honor tho God of heaven There ore fourteen large windows in tho I two of these are Intended to remain permanently As speedily as pousl chippedtoglass will be supplanted by art glass windows Some day In the not distant future a fitting chronicle of St Cecilia s parisholmay be written and roper rlbute paid to tho humble but enIhuslastlc souls who made St Jecllias church a credit to the city and an honor to God 0 INTERRED AT SIIELBYYILIE The remains of Dennis McGann who died in this city on Tuesday were sent to Shelbyylllo for inter oent On arriving at Shelbyvtilel the remains Were convoyed to the homo ot Michael OSulllvan a broth irlrilaw ot the deceased and there lay Thursemorning The funeral servicesI ook place from the Church ottUie Uhunptetlbn and Were conducted by the RY Father John H U 1pah 1 cGnn ai ie was familiarly known was ameg suoosefl ball His anr ifriendi ana fdr IpkTr elftygriflfteQ tirdr his fcmlmely c i- I JI KENTUOKY I IH A1WERIOA KENTUCKY IRISH fiMERlGflN el Irish Americans and Catholics rtevoted to the Social tad Moral Advancemeraeiit Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America PRINTING COIncorporatdPulin ri r KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 51 Entered at the LonUrlll Pettottlc a S condCla a flatUf KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Oren St Adress all ComuslcaUolI tto tile LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY DECEMBER 17 1910 TIlE BIUXISII ELECTIONS i The elections In Great Brltal 1 and Ireland aro over and thoII r Liberals have been returned to power with practically the old 1 majority But to maintain Its supremacy the Liberal party must keep faith with its Irish Nation bnd Laborlte allies Without them tho Unionists will have a majority j over the Liberals The Irish NaUonI allsts have been returned with aboutI and continue toItheir usual strength hold the balance of power Horn rule for Ireland is in sight but every move must be made carefully Although turned down twice I within a year the Unionists are sUll refusing to surrender Instead of yielding to the will of the people the Unionists are now playing for time They are Insisting upon further negotiations They have been beaten fairly squarely and overwhelmingly Union leaders now v Cleclaro that both the veto and tt- I the I referendum must go This means that the Union leaders consider themselves greater than the People The Irish Nationalists aro tired of I these abortive conferences They want homo rule and their leaders believe the time has come to demand it They know that the Irish 1in America look to them to force t- Issue People on this side are Ured seeing the hat passed whenever It suits the English to demand a new election The time for action 1 Is noW GHABUING AIIEAD OF TIME Whatever else may bo said of the new Louisville School Commission its members can not be accused pf lacking nerve They were elected 1In November Their term of office wUl not begin until January 1 yet they bavo had the temerity to wait upon the Mayor and insist that lie urge tho General Council to increase tbe school tax levy from thirty cents to forty cents on the 100 valuation These gentlemen with all due respect to them are not yet officers of tho city and their requests or their Insistence should have no weight with tho Mayor or General Council The new School Commission was created for the primary purpose of economy Before the Commissioners are inducted Into offico they are clamoring for more funds to handle There used to 1be- an adage about some individuals rushing la where angels fear Ito tread Is it applicable hero a PREVENT LOSS OF LIFE President Taft In his latest incs sago to Congress impresses on the members tho necessity of letting laws for corporations alone Cor porations must be amenable to law The corporation must not bo place above the rights of Individuals and now is as good a time to curb their grecQlncss as any The United States is away behind other nations tii guardngthelives and limbs of its Individuals particularly of the indl vlduals who toll There is not a week scarcely a day when one fIs not called upon to give in charity to the support of tho widows and orphans ot unfortunates who have met death while tolling for some great corporation It tho thousands now given in charity to help the family of the man killed at his work through neglect of his employer to safeguard his machinery could be given for the prevention of accidents a stronger healthier American cit izenship would result Prevention strikes at the root of this ovil and prevention not charity is a work Ingmans right- Gerplany putting the life of the man at the wheel first and the output second regards every human life in the empire as a national asset Germany spends billions each year in the conservation of human life while Americans seem to suffer anxiety only over the conservation of forts mines and water powej sitesr The American feverish haste after dollars Has pushed humanitarian consideration for tho sanctity ot human life to the rear ARRAIGNS IIER SEX Mrs John A Logan who is retarded among women as a leader of tkougfct has arraigned women particularly society women in a Tec nt interview Among other things she says Our women art becoming care JiM1 monthly supine and morally Hpqhixl No woman has a night to drink eockUila or play cards for mow Family IK to falHng anti II tt- s it Is the womans fault Women are responsible for half our business failures Tho modern woman is pursuing Fashion to the very brink of ruinand beyond I sometimes blush with shame when I see how women garb themselves The modish dresses of today are an outrage upon the modesty of womankind The woman of today does very llttli in return for what her husband docs for her She finds home a placn to go towhen one is too sleepy to remain awake In publl placesThere Is much truth in what Mrs Logan says but will tho fashionabl women heed her words WHAT WE WANT Governorelept Baldwin of Con nectlcut In a recent interview said Here in Connecticut we want tree raw material lor our manufacturers and tree food for our workingmen That Is what tariff reform means to us What is true of Connecticut is true of the whole United States That is what tariff reform means in ovary manufacturing and commercial State In the Union Such arlt reform menaces no great America staple of the farm the forest tbo mine or the ranch Our cotton our gold our wheat our timber are sold abroad at free trade prices Mr Carnegie says our steel needs no protection Our beef barons are outlaws plundering both farmer and consumer If wo can not get free food for our workingmen pray 1 let us have cheaper food and plenty o It A Christmas basket given to a deserving family will bring you morc Joy than the gift of a diamond ring given to someone overloaded Wltll Jowols It you havo never tried the plan do it this Christmas and ceo if your own dinner does Dot taste bettor and the whole day seem sweeter One very essential way in which the readers of the Kentucky Irish American can practically manifest their Interest in this paper Is by patronizing those who advertise in it and making known that It was such advertisement that enlistee their interest Whats the necessity for increasing the number of members ot Congress There Is not enough work for those now members number of whom only answer ro calls and draw their salary MILK AND JIOSEY Flows for All Those Who Will Labor In Florida Attention is called to the adver tlsement of Walter S Adams Com any in another column Betting forth tho advantages of farm lands 4n the Lake George regions ot hlorida Young men particularIy should be attracted by the offer of a tenaero farm for 300 10 down and 5 a month This isa golden opportunity for the proapectiv homebuilder Florida is now called tho Land of Least Resistance but It is also rapidly becoming the land of the live wire Crescent City a modern town the Lake George farms has its own banks telegraph and telephone offices ice plant hotels meat markets clothing And millinery and churches of all denominations including a Catholic church The average temperature for the year in the Lake George region is 68 reel Celery lettuce cabbage to matoes potatoes and du fact all vegetables are yielded in abundance There is no frost to interfere with the crops Oranges peaches figs grapes grapefruit corn and sugarcane grow in abundance Alt the planter has to do Is to give his farm attention and prosperity is sure to follow ItIs also a groat poultry country and the young farmer who pays attention to his business cannot tan to succeed in the Lake George region For full Information call on the Walter S Adams Company in the PaulJones Building StlFFEUS FROM FIRE The grocery and meat store conducted by Barrett Worst at Lagrange Ky was destroyed by fire on Wednesday morning Thobulld lug was one of three destroyed by tames of unknown origin The firm is composed of Raymond Bar ett and John Werat popular men of Louisville who engaged In lUrineM in Lagrange only a few month ago Their loss is In excess ft 6000 Both Messrs Barrett Bnd Werst have received many ex iresskras of sympathy since Nledla= aater Lemon wad aaK remoras twins from fingers Do not uw swap S Sii31i83 SOCIETY j w wrlsay b Miss Mae Adams Lincoln will be hostess at a tea this afternoon at her home in Garvin Place bliss Nellie Kenney of Clifton has gene to Iowa where sho wlll spend tho winter with Mrs Lottie McCloy relaUesIIbeen visiting In guest of lion sister Miss Edith Malone who has been visiting friends in Now York w days return home for the Christmas ho 111jjI Mrs Harry Grobmeyer has Iret- urned to her home at Carrollton after spending a week with friends in this city o Miss Margaret Conroy of button has been spending a week In toxin ton the guest of her sister airs Floyd Burns Mr and Mrs Edward Grume wll go to Ellzabethtown next week to spend the Christmas season with their mother Mrs Grimes Misses Elizabeth and Ella Kust J and Llllle Strohmeler of Highlandl Park will leave shortly to spend the winter at San Antonio Texas Mrs E T Gorman and son and daughter have been spending the week in Frankfort the guests o t Mr avd Mrs William Gorman Miss Adelaide Crush who Is Iat- tending St Marys College will ur rive Tuesday to remain at her home In tho Highlands until after New Yeart Miss Alice Hays who has been attending school at Washington D C is homo to spend the holiday season with her mother Mrs John W Galvin Mrs J H Hale and son EdwIn of Howell Ind will be hero to spend the Christmas holidays with Mrs Mary Murphy 231 South Fourth street Mr and Mrs Michael J Bur e and son J Marshall Burke of lSt Louis arrived in Louisville Tuesday to attend the subsequles of Mr Burkes mother EdWin Jones and bride who was Miss Mary Arnold will return frorti their wedding trip next Saturday Iud bo at home to their friends a Janslng avenue and Broadway Mrs David Hanloy of 2914 South Fifth street has been entertaining her brother Sergt Malachy M Cormack of the Fourth infantr rU S A stationed at Little Roc ArkMisses Mary and KatZ orinle Malone who are studying at Mat hattanvllle N Y will return tto spend the holidays with heir parents Mr and Mrs John Malone 1In the Highlands George Cunningham a well known Portland boy was one ot the entertainers at the Mary Anderson Theater this week While here he visited his parents and many ol friends in the West End Frank Martin who is pursuing hi ecclesiastical studies at St Charles College Elllcott City Md will ar rive home next week to spend ther Christmas holidays with his parents Mr and Mrs Albert F Martina IIIMrs William Chawk ot Sout t Sixth street suffered an attack ott pleurisy this week and was removedI to a local Infirmary for treatmentt Sho Is now improving rapidly and iit Is expected will soon be able to bout She Is the mother of Wllllau Chawk Jr and Dr John T Chawk Mrs Jennie McDonald of Coving ton State Historian of the Ladles Auxiliary of the A O H camo to Louisville this week to attend th funeral of Mrs Mary Ann Burke Before returning she spent days with her mother and sister Miss Mayme Foley of Seventh andI York streets WILL BURKE COMING oWllliam Burke who is studyingg for the priesthood at St Patrick s College Columbus Ohio will re turn home next week to spend theI Christmas holidays with his parents ilrMr and Mrs M J Burke of Bel gravla He will be given a warn welcome home by Macklns members esJOlIN MORAN RETURNS John Moran one ot the best known pork and beef packers In thee United States has returned to Luis ville as Superintendent of the Now Louisville Packing Company For years Mr Moran was associated with the Cudahys In Chicago and then came to Louisville as Superintendent of the Louisville Packing Company Later he organized the Kentucky ProvlsJon Company Several years ago he removed to Ohio His mirers are glad to welcome back to KentuckyII HOPJUNS THEATER For next week the Hopkins Theater announces another programme containing a variety of vaudeville aota that could only bo hoped for In a bill of the first magnitude It Is evident that the managers of the Hopkins are not slighting quality In the policy of giving quantity Some fine motion pictures will also be presented On Thursday there will be an entire change ot programmer AVENIfl3 THEATER For next week the Avenue Thea ter will present The Lyroan Twins Inr their own breeey musical comedy the Prize Winners which cornea with the reputation of being one of KbVMoarU musical shows on the popular prieetl circuit A shapely glrly chorus iIf one of the features of teaboW Which Is given an elibI t For Your Furniturei WantsIII I 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 f v f Piano Values==Our Methods In advertising our piano values and our methods It is our purpose to advise with all along intelligent linesthe course to pursue In selecting a piano one of real worth for the money you invest We arc confident of having the largest lines of quality pianos at the lowest prices and our liberal terms of payment privileges you to the ownership of a piano the day you make your selection by investing a small amount of cash as first payment Our oneprice policy must convince even the most doubting of our superior service in treating one customer the same as another and is a point to he well considered when pur i chasing a piano We invite inspections and comparison VIONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated allilsaoo FOURTH AVENUE KODAK SUPPLIES And Every Requisite for Amateur and Professional Photographers PHOTOGRAPHIC DEVELOPING AND PRINTING SOUVENIR POSTCARDS PICTURE FRAMING orate stage setting The company Is a strong ono and includes somo of the best comedy talent seen here this season KNIGHTS OF COL11B1IS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else ItwhereDenver Council will Initiate at lleast sixty candidates on January 1- c South Dakota Knights will I1In- r itlato a council at Elkton with over 100 members Following the election of omeers at Manchester N H fifteen aptfllc- tlons were passed upon and an nouncement made that the council would soon hold a fair for the ben fit of tho Sacred Heart Hospital What promlses ito be one of tho most active councils In Norther Wisconsin has been instituted at Manawa Tho class Inducted by State Deputy Harrington numbered fiftyfive fortyfour being charters members RECENT DEATHS sMany mourning friends attends the funeral ot Mrs Margaret Tyrell which took place from SI Patricks church on Thursday mow ing The deceased was the wife ot John Tyrell and was highly respect 11ed In the community in which she lived Her death occurred at the family residence 1524 Lytle street on Tuesday morning Tho funeral of Capt Wllllai Asher who died at his home 1219 Delaware street on Tuesday nigh took place from Sacred Heart church on Thursday morning The decease was seventyifour years old and for more than forty years had been em ployed by the Louisville Nashvllli Railroad Company as a conductor t1iHe was regarded as a ChrIstian gentleman and faithful employe Om daughter Miss Ellen Asher survive hlm She has the deep sympathy P8 tmany friends in her bereavement The Catholic community of Now Albany lost one of its most faithful members through the demise of Miss Margaret McIntyre who passed Into eternity on Saturday night Dent came to her at her home 721 Yin cennes street She Is survived by her parents and two brothers Dr Charles W McIntyre of Louisville and Attorney George B Mcintyre former Prosecuting Attorney at Floyd county The deceased was forty years of age Her funeral which took place from Holy Trinity church on Tuesday morning was largely attended The funeral of Miss Anna K Grass who died at the family res idence 1042 Charles street on Sat urday took place from Holy Trinity church on Monday morning The de ceased was only eighteen years old and was a daughter of Mr and Mrs parentsl1and sisters Miss Grass was a daughter of Mr and Mrs Louis Grass Besides her parents sho is survived by several brothers and sisters Miss Grass wusa young lady of lovely character and her death occasioned genuine regret among a large circle of friends BIACJON COUNCIL President John T Kenny occupied the chair at the meeting of Mackin Council on Monday evening The Attendance was large The commit tee preparing for the euchre to be given early in the new year reported progress General approval WAa expressed over the beauty of the Immorlal window in the new Church of fit Cecilia This window will be a lasting monument to deceased members ot the coHscll The committee In charge of the prospective monument to thtf late Father Mackin also report progress 84x members were reported 111 321 W Interurban r BuyUseful Christmas IIIIGiftsU AND BUY THEM A- TLEVYSl Y I I Clothing FurnishingsHats I L Shoes M7 rULEVSBeginning Monday Night and All Week With Usual Matinees BRIGHT A NEW MUSICAL PLAY Three carloads of scenery and overGOf lantfsome costumes THE NEW SundayTuesday 15 and 25 JeffersonO- pp Station I I I EYES MATINEESSunday ThursdaySaturday AVENUE Starting Sunday Mat Remodeled All Refurnished Hew Dec ISAll The Prize Niftlitu 1C 25 50 and 75 HOPKINS TREAT F r High Class Vaudeville AND Motion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENT Three shows daily Sunday continuous CASINO AND ORPHEUi THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTT These are the Leading Moving Pic ture Houses in Louisville Catering especially to Ladles and Child- renCOLUMBIA 5c Under the same management Pre sentlng only the standard productions historic dramatic and Comic Qlre year bays as edttcatlae that wlH fnpare them far life ST XAVIgRS COLLEGE lia w Broadway Lontflvltl Ky Ceaduoted by the Xaverkm Brothel CUiria iattatHk sad JuMtaw Count Preparatory De Mttateat taree SwlqPool WellKqalpp OnaMtytB Tenai Moderate Bro June Dir a- a iiJ- IIII WalkOver Shoes III What would be moreappreciated- than a nice pair of WALKOVER SHOES as a CHRISTMAS GIFT ICall and get our Christmas orders and let those who receive them come in and be suited and fitted themselves WalkOver Boot Shop 309 4th Ave 0888C 7 I A CANDIED REQUEST S We respectfully request our patrons to leave 8 their orders for Christmas Candies as soon as fii possible to avoid the rush of the last few days IRUDOLPH BAUER i 1 CANDY MAKERS 231 West Market 219223 W Jefferson 53yaCK CEQ BICYCLES We have a large stock of new 1911 model Bicycles priced special for Christmas trade Dayton 4500 grade 37 50 Dayton 3500 grade 3000 Princeton 35 00 grade 2750 Princeton 30 00 grade2250 All with coaster brakes r Brownie Cameras1 2 to 4 I Folding Cameras 5 to 12 Finer Cameras15 to 65 Unproved Scout 2 00 Crack Shot 295 Favorite 500 Repeaters 700 to 1600 Benjamin Air Rifles 250 Columbian 1000shot 1 50 Daisy or King 75c up spa Pocket Knives 25c to 800 Carving Sets 250 to 1000 I Gillette Razors500 to 2500 Auto Strops and Durham 500 Gem DeLuxe 350 Gem Jr 100 Crokinole Boards 150 Combination Boards 200 to 450 Baseball Games 50c to 300 Pool Tables 400 to 1500 CARDS Congress Fancy Cards lOc 25pSqueezers1000 packs 35c Cards extra special each lOc Chip Racks 200 to 2500 Big assortment of Fancy and Plain Chips iIiI 581m BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE 1f H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky FIALFOFYOUkTROUBLEGONEWhen in Your Building MANUFACTURED BY KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER CO IncorporatedsPint and River Both Phones 2267 Ala operating Hoosier Walt Plaster Plant Loultvllle Ky Jeflersonville mad Phone 635 M1J BANNON P BANNON JR I1 VEENEMAN Fns Mgr Vice Pres I4 Trsas Secretary Kentucky Yitrflod Brick Co INCORPORATED Maax uiaotxrejra oY- i VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK i FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS Office 528 West Jefferson Street Works Magnolia AYe Bet 9th anll IDtk TELEPHONE S73 TELEPHONE 1252Q I IPM e DRe Js TCHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING HersM Galled For sad Delivered OPTKE AND POMEj 7I37IS SEVENTH STFBHT iJ 1 iI Lii IW I 1 KENTUOKY IRI AMERICAN Ol 44 VMM+ Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET 810IHOME PHONE 83 CUMBERLAND 128 J X BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS sas East lYlain Street It + It H It U 6 t It It It It D J DOUGHERTY S I McELLIOTT e DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day er Night i 1231 WEST MARKET STREET H t t t It tJ It t t t tt r + +4 444e 6 + + I rJ E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 30- 3jj TRACY STRAUB P FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS crrlt r zIe4 on 1531 W MARKET STREET THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All alb promptly attended to day or night CatTUgeafurnUhed for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing end Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty HOME PHONE 1077 CB THOMPSON FLORISTSTONILY ONJB STORE Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 532 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1080 All orders receive prompt attentloa and satisfaction guaranteed 3I1ds ft- 1300k ROGerS a GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES- To suit every taste Give us a rail and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind Inthe city iNkSi Yagaaitfanil Religious Articles OY JdVjEHV DESCRIPTION 434 West Jefferson Street RIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND f EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonvllle Ind own and manage a private hospital tor the care and treatment of Insane and epileptic patients Both male and female twtfents are admitted Rates very reaa oaable For further particulars apply to OTHER MARY REGINA flERCY HOSPITAL Harks Avails Jelfcreanwllle lad ERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS 1MB WINES AND LIQUORSI Dtotillers and WhelifialeDflal ere In Piowt Braifeii otKea tacky Whiakiee imperially earl of elsonjiB- OTTtBD S IN BOND I 1iMllzj SIXTN I It TAEETn fi- i1 All the late and new Styles nod Shapes can be found here at reasonable prices Call and see us FOR Furnitureof at the Lowest Prices go to B I jIj GET YOUR BARGAINS 1T TUB WINTER Shoal Pork House OUR THIRD SEASON Price List of BeefAll Choice Cuts Round SteakIOcSlrloln Steak lOc Teabone Steak lOc Clubhouse Steak lOc Rib Steak lOc Chuck Steak 3 Ibs 25c Porterhouse SteaklOcPu-reHog Lard 12c Choice Roasts per lbSand lOc All cuts of Pork per Ib 12 Odds and Rids per lb Sc Country Sausage lOc per lb Preston St near Lynn PETER Mr ANDRIOT SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERS CarrlHi ha leg litMf Itris 205 AND 207 WEST KEEN STREET T rWAFFtWB I OM egg one cup IIfllii sift ttfirjw powderliabhosel MK wo BMrttod Iar4 or t rJvf bitterY C Why Christmas Toys Will Be Bought Here rThe Largest Toy Dept in Louisville ToysHeld Until Wanted Thousands of Every Conceivable Kind of Toys to Suit Children of All Ages 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 y S CLAUS ON THIRD BRING CHILDREN TO SEE Felt and Plush Dolls with and composition heads celtlnI to 9110 Flirting Dolls 225 to 550 Doll Heads Doll Wigs Doll Shoes and Stockings a full line of Doll Outflttlngs and Dolls of every conceivable shape stylo and make lOo to13Zv nndlundresswith bisque heads and full curls all round blonde and brunette flno Underwear Shoes Stock- Ings and Dresses In the latest styles to 1200 up from 180 showingI I ISTEWARTI CUSCADENS GIVE GREEN STAMPS WITH ALL FAMILY ORDERS OF t ICE CREAM Telephone 518 FACTORY SECOND STREET HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doirg the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Syracuse Hibernians have organ ized a membership campaign for thane year Division 2 of Buffalo will cele brate its installation of officers with a banquet The Ladies Auxiliary will hold its last meeting of 1910 next Wednes day evening Tho Onondaga County Board ir arranging for a great Emmet meet Ing on March 4 next A new Ladles Auxiliary has been launched at Springfield Mass with fifty charter members National President Regan has been visiting the Eastern cities with the most satisfactory results Division 1 will meet in regular session next Tuesday and officers for the ensuing year willl be chosen Division 7 of Utica N Y awarded Policeman Stanton a 5 gold piece as a result of a contest among mem bers Hon Bourke Cockran will be the orator at the St Patricks day celebration of the Ancient Order at Mil waukeeSeven divisions of South Boston have begun a campaign with the Ob ject of increasing their membership 50 per cent- Chicago has now over 300 appli cants that will be Initiated In a class of 1000 candidates during the month of March A good attendance is desired at the meeting of Division 3 next Monday night It will be the final meeting of the year His many friends will regret to leara that Harry Brady Treasurer of Division 4 is seriously HI Relatives and admirers hope for his speedy recovery The Catholic Register says the order has increased by leaps and bounds In Denver and the motto is that one year from now they will have 1000 members Instituted but eight months ago Ladles Auxiliary 37 of Malden Mass has now a membership of over 400 a record equaled by few divisions in the order The Ladies Auxiliary of Chicago has arranged for a fitting observance of St Briglds day February 14 when National President Regan will be the principal speaker Last Sunday the Hibernians at Bellows Falls N H attended sol omn vespers at St Charles church and then proceeded with the Initia tionof sixty waiting candidates Division 2 of North Walpole N H Is proud of having just received into membership two priests Father GriffJn of North Walpole and Father OBrien of Bellows Falli Acting upon tbe suggestion of Na tional President Regan a class ot 300 will be Initiated at Kansas City on February 2 and St Louis will follow with a class of 300 on March 4 The Boston Hibernian says the next Massachusetts Legislature will resemble a State of County Board meeting owing to the great number of members of the Ancient Order that will go to Beacon Hill Dont mind organizing new divis ions but add to the Wg and strengthen a few of the small ones already In existence te the advice of County President Gahan to the Hteeinlanso NeV Toflc City Adit Gen John Rogers of the military branch of he Anoleat O- rdrha aty ut conmpleted PM for three regknaate in Meeaokusett- and e deie 4oh a Xatee New Haiap shire 4erlabntaad Rhode Island D r Kidbody Dolls made of the lest grade kid leather completely stitched neck and flaps full stout stuffing hlpjolntcd shoulder and elbowjointed ccltla and bisque forearm kid legs and feet fine bisque forearm kid legs anti feet fine bisque heads movable or stationary eyes teeth parted wigs shoes ings toO O up Character Baby Dolls comIpositioneyes also a great variety of Unbreakablehead Dolls With i SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O 1- 1DIVISION 1 Meets at Fails City Hall on First andi Third Tuesday President Thomas Walsh Vice President William Murphy Recording Secretary Thomas P LawlerFinancial Secretary Thos J Dolan 2129 Portland avenue Treasurer Thomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Louis Roller Sentinel David Whelan DIVISION Meets First and Third Friday Red Mens Hall First and Market President C J Ford Vice PresidentRaymond Barrett Recording Secretary William T MeehanFinancial SecretaryJno J Keaney 1C07 Dumesnll street Treasurer Joseph Lynch SergeantatArms David M Mur phySentinelWUlIam Nash- DIVISION 3 Meats First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentPatrick T Sullivan Vice PresidentMartln Sheehan Recording secretaryThomas J Kerens Financial Secretary John G Hes- sIan 1710 Baird- TreasurerDaniel J Dougherty SentinelThomas Noo- nSergeantatArmsJames P Stev ens DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street PresidentJohn II Hennessy Vice PreslentEhomas Lynch Financial Secretary Thos J Lan an 734 West Oak Assistant Financial Secretary D J Thinly Recording Secretary John J WlnnTreasurerHarry Brady CallnghanOutside Sentinel Michael McDer tiott Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Beets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentJohn T Kenney First Vice President Dr J A CasperSecond Vice President Thomas Bachman Recording Secretary Robert Os orne Corresponding Secretary William IinkII I Secretary Frank 0 damsJreasurerDan Weber Marshal Joseph Bartsch Inside Sentinel A O Link Outside SentinelJoseph Stewart MOTION PICTURES What promises to be one of the most attractive motion picture pro gr mmes of tho present season will be offered at the Casino and Orpheum Theaters next week There will be views with ailouhotnature that never taU to arouse sympathetic lntere t together with the comedy ones that Include many surprising features Both houses will change their bills Thursday FRIENDS APPREHENSIVE Joseph Burke a well known memo her of fcfaa Knights of Columbus dig seriously ill of heart disease at hitIf home on West Cawthon street and little hope of his recovery Is ester ta ned Kr Burke Ii aa old and faithful employ ef tie 7h lint N rsYrlal Ac j r The Largest Toy Dept in LouisvilleToys Held Until Wanted SANTA FLOOR HIM wigs dressed and CABRIOLET 100 to umlreSSCII FARM horses WAGONS 2500 to scat shaft and handle 000 Police Patrol leather seats brass rail 000 Hobby Horses 28G to1500Sl- eds 100 to 180 Clippers 100 to175Sul-koys 150 to 275 Bacons 50c to125 IollceIHorse and Wagon 1 to 3000 Oxen and Wagon 200 to 450 TRADING and 584 309311 human IRELAND Record of the float Important ol the Recent Events Culled Prom Exchanges It has been decided that the Car neglo Free Library building of Cahercivcen be lighted with electricity The provisional appointment Is an nounced as Clerk of Carlow Petty Sessions of Percy Poole for six monthsA of cattle belonging to Bang a Joyce of Westport were driven from his grazing farm at Cam Partry Lord Castletowns tenants In Clough and Ballacoola Queens county have decided to purchase their holdings The Most Rev Dr Finegan 1 Bishop of Kllmore administered the sacrament of confirmation to 288 children In Ballinamore An old man named Patrick Walsh of Ballinamore whb was aged eightyeight years was found dead In a fIeld convenient to his home John Keehan who Is charged with the murder of John Garvey a farmer of Derrycallff North Clare was again remanded at Ennis Potty Ses sionsArrangements are now almost o tmplete for letting the contract for the clearing of the site and the building of the new Catholic Hall In Clones The death is regretted of Ellen Mary wile of V J Sheridan Clerk of tho Trim Board of Guardians and Trim District Council Death was due to pneumonia Michael Madden of Limerick Is among those who have received 25 from the Carnegie hero fund trus tees for his gallantry In saving a person from drowning- At a meeting of the Klldare County Council it was decided that the old jail premises at Naas should be sold to the North Klldare Farm Ing Society for a sum of 2500 Much regret Is felt in Bclturbet at the death of Hugh Leonard ex Chairman of Delturbet Urban Coun cil at an early age The deceased was a most successful business man Very Rev Canon Smyth of BallY bay made the announcement that a generous benefactor in the parish was presenting a largo clock to be erected on the tower of the church A number of untenanted grazing lands containing hundreds ot acres on the Do Freyno estate in the Castlerea Union have fallen into the hands ot the Congested Districts Board At the meeting of the Law and Finance Committee of the Cork Cor poration the Town Clerk said the cost of extra ipollce for the last twelve months had been over 15000 A young woman named Bridget Regan who lived with her sister Ellen Regan at the Qlen was drowned in the River Sulr Her body was recovered at a place called Grace Dleu- Division 4 will meet on Thursday night instead of on the night after Christmas The election of officers will be held at the coming meeting and President Hennessy desires a full attendance The Limerick County Council accepted with regret the resIgnation of Patrick OShaughnessy of Newcastle West who has been a member of the council for the put twelve years and who has retired through 411 health Edward M Bennett Clerk fEn nia Union while on his way to the railway elation after the transaction of him official duties suddenly col I mlnKeltPeC I FRANK FEHR NOORPORATBD BREWING tl 1 Brewers and Bottlers0 LOUISVILLE KY SPECIAL BREW lIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBRRWING ti t INCORPORATED Lf iTI9ayxLxIC IIIw FALLS CITY BREWING CoINCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are IBrewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Homo 76717672 Cumb West 69 SALVATQR Dark LIFE SAVER Light r Cumb Phone West 191 Home Pfcoa ff WIEDEMANN IINCOEP- ORAYLDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent Sa r Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN K FRANKa WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KVu uuJOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 57Qj 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE MX WC CUNNINGHAM H A HICKS WILLARD HOTEL KENTUCKY HOTEL COMPANY Incorporated Special attention given to traveling men Best in the city for the money Have your malt addressed in our care First class sample room- sAMERICAN PLAN RATES 200 and 250 With Bath 300 BERT tUCKs Manager Center and Jefferson Sts Opp Court House JJLBrownfieldCol 553 TIIIRDST Engineer and Contractor STEAM and HOT WATER HEATING Dont Build Without Seeing Me Home Phone 784- 6CENTRAL FURNITURE CO Incorporated N W Cor Third and Green Sts We furnish the home com plete on easy payments WM CALLAGHAN Mgr Sales Dept Learn Wireless RR Telegraphy Shortgage of fully 10000 Operators on account of 8hour law and extensive wireless developments We operate under direct supcrvisionof Telegraph Officiate and positively place all students when qualified Write for MATl ULEIIIAPH W8TIT8TE Cincinnati Philadelphia Memphis Davenport la Columbia S C Portland Ore of tine physique and In the elghstlea took a prominent part In national and local politico A smoldering or dull fire cast to- cleared for broiling by a handful ot MLlt lL ojiI BEDDING PLANTS r Geraniums Roses- Heleotrope EtcrIt iI ICemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES 7 7r JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 RENRY AIJJPIILJ 1 P U DYER AND GLEANER t Ladles and Gents Wearing Affirtt WORK GUARANTEES Phone a638 528 Fifth Stnet HENRY fIUNOIDV DEALER INVV Staple and Fancy Grociriit A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty Home Phnie I3M 540 W WXllI MONON ROUTE BETWEEN LOUISVILLE AND CHfCAQt BEST LINK TO French Lick and West Bile Spit UNION STATi014f- LOUIGVILLE DEARBORN STATIO CHICAGO 111 E M4 H KituRoomsBACON D P A W Coy Paurthaa4 MEebmtIUm J s Lnaiaudlie X- IJ v- MiV Far H x KENTUOKY IRIH AJMERIOAJSr t Floridas Famous FarmsA- RE LAKE GEORGE FARMS t II At the Corner of Fourth and Market Streets Our Free Exhibit Will Convince You 4TheFlorida Lake George Land Co an organization of prominent Louisville t tbusiness men have placed on the market 4 15000 acres of the most fertile land in Florida The price is 30 per acre The terms for a ten acre rarmIO down and 5 a month Only 300 farms sold in this i sale then the price will be advanced this the way and One out five big and this the WALTER L ADAMS CO v poR have toJ Paul Jones Bldg TlISylllKy pay I Write today for our send me your book The Landof 10 and you canBook It will tell you all a Lake on your farm Address t N t t tOOOQi0N tI4 0iNNW0000N0000000N00NONON0000NHN 000- OOON x lr THE BIG STORE I CHRISTMAS HINTS Mens Shirts 50c to 150 Umbrellas 1 to 5 Mens Suspenders 25c to 1 U Mens Gloves 25c to 2 Mens Neckwear 25c to 1 Mens Hosiery 15c to 1 Mens Sweaters 1 to 5 Mens Overcoats 750 to 25 Mens Suits 850 to 25 i Childrens Novelty Overcoats 1 250 to 6 50- ti Boys 250 to 10 t I Everything you Want for Men Boys and Children IJ L THE BIG STOREMIL- TON M MARBLESTONE CO 424 rJJlJJJmJtJ I GIVE A REBATE TICKET Good for ten cents in trade with my New Blend atI 2 1 I2 Ibs 60c Phone a Trial Order JOHN M MULLOY I SON 2IS WEST MARKET STREET 8811 TUB CBIKBRATBD NORTH STIR The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combines not a few but all features et practical value that are considered deslr ered desirable in a Gas Range The QUICK MEAL has NO EQUAL It ranks high in the estimation of thi unblic CK8C8e8CK8 C fe H A WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER INIt Fresh BeeP Veal Mutton JiP ttlElTpfcCOMJRIEIAilDSflCEtliEEF BOTH PHONES 794 Stall Ho I KtttUcKy Market Fifth and Green StS D fU i i t n 1 r- n D a 1 FILL OUT 11 1 Mail coupon today It points fj to Independence and Success 1 l only bGentlemenPlease settle NameGN01001NONNNO STREETglS KRAFT OUR ANNUAL Holiday Presentation Sale OVxrr EJEGrXN I MONDAYFancy BOWLPrelented to Purchasers of I Or 40 1 iiCOFFEES1 AT 25c 30t3ic PER 1 T A SALAD BOWL Olt 40 STAMPS GO WITH 2 lbs Coffee at 25c per pound or 2 lbs Coffee at 28o per pound or 2 Ibs Coffee at 30c per pound or 2 Ibs Coffee at 35c per pound or 1 lb Tea 50c 60 70c SOc 100 per pound or 2 bottles Extracts60c or SOc worth of Assorted Spices or GOc worth of above Goods assortod 80 rHome Products Stamps one can of I P This Coupon good for TEN Extra Stamps with a purchase of SOc worth of Coffee A 1 Spices Baking Powder or Extracts during this sale Not good after December 24 of j Pure Food with A Tea MACAULBXS lprJeht KiW one of the dliUnct Dulleal play Mti of the season will spun Monday BlgUt for a WMk at Moulr a U OOUKM her setter a- 101ll1f w York run sad after haII u- t 19th Until DEC 24th of Tea GREEN TRADING STAMPS 39c4bc COUPON I I Try our A Java 3 Ibs for a l 100 j It will please I Our A P I STAMPS EXTRA WITH 10 Stamps with Iiplcg A and P Macaronnl 10c I 10 Stamps with lpkg A and P SpaghettllOc 10 Stamps with 1 pkg Currants 10c 10 Stamps with 1 j Raisins 10 Stamps with 2 plcga Oatseach lOc 10 Stamps with 1 can A P Milk lOc Stamps with 5 cakes Sweet Chocolate25c Stamps with 1 A and P Cocoa20cStamps with 1 Bitter Chocolate 32c Stamps with 5 bars Laundry Soap 25c 20 Stamps with 1 3Ec I Fourth Jefferson St Market St Pearl St1Nlndip LI 500H 60e a 1MatSleee of the aeeae pAlntlBr art aad tke eostttwlng U the lpoatAlalarMii andd ezMaarr t R Come let us our great FREE trip plan of every purchasers Lake George is entitled to go our January excursion all expenses paid Come see wonderful exhibit LAND SUNSHINE FLOWERS Remember you beautiful Souvenir down the ONONOONeNees90NONNNNiONONNNNNi01NAlNN NONNNON00NIMON00N0001 o- fNNOOW NON1Nt Overcoats 511Bctwccn Coffee GEHER REFRIGERATOR BAKING- POWDER explain farm DECEMBER SATURDAY I Worth Coffee A P Spices Baking Powder or Extracts POUND ICHRISTMASI P Mocha youI10 GROCERIES 10 bg 10cEvaporated 10 10 can 10 Jb 10 1bCoftee al11the These prices good at either stOli 419 Eo 226 I 9how8 of on of of NNONOa over designed for a modern musical play The company numbers more than eighty and Is headed BY Ceell Leaud Florence Holbrook two of Antes leas meet lul unmak err 7O o t II IF YOU WANT TO BUY SELL RENT OR TR- ADERFALIESTATIE SE- EOREILLY CO 512 PAUL JONES BUILDING Halpin OReilly Manager Home Phone 2755 PICTURES for XMAS Approriate and much appreciated Inspect our representative stock of HOLY PICTURES Oleographs Carbons Engravings and Photogravures We show a beautiful line of Landscapes in Colors Etchings and Pastels Tastily framed Prices marked in plain figures Bes values in the city Hubbuch Bros Wellendorff INCORPORATED lh 522524 WEST MARKET STn Holiday Suggestion rTO Mothers Wives Sisters and Sweethearts BUY HIM A BOX OF l Capt Mike Cigars 25 IN A BOX 200 25 ROXY CIGARS 100 Hoq Pjipne 5337 SAM fc SPEIER Distributors 23O S THIRD ST For sale at leading Cafes Drug Stores Etc t t ++ U t t Inn WlXMOCHAIIPAGWIJ AL KOLJB345 West Gr nStrtuXJQUORS 1 OIQAHk 8 t In tW IiIJ U o IT4- r