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Wv7 ViH3 THk i t J Jttii i l i i F4- S KENTUCKY IRISH AMERIcANp VOLUME XXVINO 1 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JANUARY 7 1911kPRICE FIVE CENTS LEAGUE To Increase Conversions to 1 Catholic Faith to Be Start ed hero Branch of Society Organized InI Washington Not Long Ago Eloquent Passlouist Will Pres Such acntNcccssltxorBody e AIMS OBJECfS AND METHODS Catholic ladles and gentlemen are Invited to attend a meeting In Knights of Columbus Hall Fourth avenuo nean York at 8 oclock to morrow evening The purpose for which this meeting is called is to organize in the city of Louisville the i Catholic Convert League I The object of the league is as its constitution states to devise ways k and means of presenting the claims noncathIollcsI Its membership is therefore open to all Catholics whether converts orI not who desire to advance the in I terests of the church In America Hence every Catholic who Is anx ious to take part in the great work of spreading a knowledge otthegood old Catholic faith will strive to be present at this meeting The work has the approval of Cardinal Gibbons and also of our own Bishop the Right Rev Denis ODonaghue The Rev Father Xavier Sutton C PwJ1l deliver an address ex plaining the scope and work ot the I league A large number of the clergy and laity are expected to be present I At the meeting tomorrow night it is proposed to establish a branch of the Catholic Convert League of Washington DC In granting his approval to the work His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons says This is not a league of converts but all Cath olics are eligible for membership It Is a league of Catholics to foster convert making I The center of the Catholic Con j vert League of Washngon SlWthej Apostolic Mission House andTiur Very Rev A P Doyle C S P is the Spiritual Director The Presi dent and other officers are leading Catholic educators and men and women well known In the field of letters and Catholic endeavor In forming a branch of the league in Louisville Father Sutton the eloquent Passlonlst has a work to his liking He has given many missions i to nonCatholics in various parts of the United States and understands what is needed in the way of bring ing about more conversions The league proposes to bring I about more conversions by five par ticular methods To quote its con stitution iBI the Apostolato of Prayer A1J members shall be encouraged fre quently to make offerings of prayers communions and good works for the intentions ot the league Each member shall select one soul for whoso conversion ho will especially pray and In other ways strive to bring about Each member shall recite frequently and encourage others to recite the litany for the conversion of America By the Apostolato of Personal In fluence The membdrs of the league shall strive by means of personal example to Influence their non Catholic brethren to acknowledge the truth of the Catholic religion and whenever the opportunity offers itself openly to profess their faith and explain Its tenets I By tho Apostolato ot Fraternity The league shall take a special in terest in converts extend to them a welcome when they come into the church seek to establish a traI ternlty among them and assist them either temporally or spiritually as far as prudence dictates i By tho Apostolato of the Press The league shall devote Itself to tho dissemination of Catholic literature by placing Catholic literature in public libraries by placing bookracks at the doors of Catholic churches and by establishing Catholic librar few sin 1 By the Apostolate of Fraternal CharitYWhich shall induce the I Imembers to pray for each other visit each other in sickness extend i spiritual comfort In distress and be reavement and to offer prayers and masses for the souls of de ceased membersIIn all probability there will be a grand outpouring of Catholic menu women of Louisville tomorrow fng to help organize the new ph of the league fcXSE OF IRISH CATHOLICS ring the recent campaign in nd and Great Britain Lord Ab I n Lord Lieutenant of Ireland itedly came to the defense ot Irish Catholic In a message to S M Henderson the Liberal candl- r r dte fur West Abrdoonahiro LOrd Aberdeen wrote You are entirely at liberty to quote me as declaring to you that after years of continu ous r Idence in Ireland watching affair and nueting people ot etery clMW And creed I am jwrfowttdly Im r Me8 M to ihe oIw bAse inie of the ra1aij t We eon i iI1 I i sequences of home rule Lord Aberdeen also sent tho following fur ther telegram to J M7 Henderson tho Liberal candidate for West Aberdeenshlre on home rule for Ireland I emphasize the opinion of my fOrmer telegrams especially regarding the apprehension of relig- Ious intolerance Numerous Protes tans ministers in Catholic parts of Ireland support me in this view ANOTHER PIONEER IrishAmerican Has Been Called to Eternal Home Louisville lost another pioneer IrishAmerican and xemplary Cath ollr gentleman through the death of Bernard E Cassllly who passed into etoraity on Tuesday night Mr Gas slhy was born in Ireland seventysix yean ago but the greater part of hU life was spent in Louisville Forty years ago when this city be gan to recover from the effects of Bloody Monday and Knownothlng ism Mr Cassllly was one of the leading spirits among the Irishborn i citizens and helped his follow coun trymen in their efforts to bring about better and more tolerant conditions not only for Irish Catholics but for immigrants from other lands In those good old days men like Bernard Cassllly Pat Bannon Barney McAtee John McAteor Darner Campbell Jeremiah Kavanagh and William M Collins were not only political powers but they were exemplars for other Irishmen Most of them have passed into their eternal rewards Only a fow of them are left to mark the passing timeMore than forty years ago Mr CnsMlly served a term as a member ot the Kentucky Legislature and in 1872 was a member of the commis sion that framed a city charter for Louisville For years ho was en gaged in a general contracting busl ncES but finally retired on account ageICatholic Ho was the first President of St Johns Conference of tho St Vincent de Paul Society and was aln named as one of the trustees of St Josephs Industrial School for Boys His eldest son Is a noted Jesuit the Rev Father Francis B Caasllly of St Xaviers College Cin cinnati The other surviving children are John P Casallly the court stenographer C Joseph Cassllly Louts V Cassllly Miss Ella Cassllly Mrs Agnes Watson and Mrs R E Vaughan of 335 East St Catherine strlit wlt hom h spenthisire tirlng days The funeral took place from St Pauls church on Thursday moinlug and the Rev Father York paid a fitting tribute to the memory of the deceased TAKE LEAD Division 3 A O H First to Install Its Officers Division 3 A OK with a fine attendance of members took the lead Monday night and installed Its off cers for the year 1911 the cere- monIes being directed by exCounty President Patrick Welsh wbo occupied the chair until the arrival of President Sullivan The session was a busy one and all business was closed before the now administra tion was inducted into office Will- Iam Riley was accepted Into member ship and will be one of the large class to soon receive the degrees from the newly appointed team composed of Messrs P T Sullivan D J Coleman Tom Quinn P J Welsh Hugh Hourigan and John Maloney The Visiting Committee reported Thomas Gibbons improving and placed Patrick Cunningham and John Purtlll on the sick list This division ordered paid In full the Catholic church extension assess men and also made a liberal dona tion to Division 10 of Hyde Park Masj to assist in the erection of the Hibernian building there President Coleman named Messrs Thoiras Noon William Leonard and Thomas Kennedy as the Visiting Committee and also appointed Pat rick Begloy to servo for another year as collector for tho division An hour was devoted to New Years greetings when short but en couraging talks wero nade by Thomas Qiunn John Maloney Will lam Riley and John Karman who congratulated the now officers and pledged them the support of the en tire membership FRAUD IS FINED Accused of extorting money from Knights of Columbus on the false claim that he was ono of their num ber and tho scion of a wealthy tam ily of Dallas Texas Charles Mc Caffrey was last Saturday fined 100 and costs at Dayton Ohio A charge of defrauding an innkeeper was filed against him by Joseph Smith a hotel proprietor McCaf frey balls from Indianapolis FOUND DEAD Steve J Sheridan fortythree years old and a well known employ O ftl1CCltY paving department ox plrea suddenly of heart disease on Sunday evening at the homer of his slstorlnl w Mrs Margaret Sherl dan 1828 Portland vnu0i with whom he redded rho deceaftfft wax horn Jn this city and W survive4 byI t I OM broilver WilHai Mmldan The fuaaral sry N swe keld Tuesday nwnta hOe It h rick ebI j I 1 r lltt I 1fVPi 1 4- f PARLIAMENT Home Rule First Business Altc the Passage ot the vcto 41 lollco IziqciIrIes1xposcOraiige useD and Tljelr Ktillculous Threats 11010 to Finish Struggle Bclorc the Coronation Tnkcs Place CHRISTMAS TRUCE STILL EXISTS The Christmas truce cables T P OConnor MP from London to the Chicago Tribune so far as Inter nal politics Is concerned still exists Most of the Cabinet Ministers have left London and are slowly recover ing from the gigantic fatigues of the general election Premier As quith who has a certain scorn for the world of politicians hides him self an usual In the wilds of Scot land and LloydGeorge more genial and gregarious and always fond of a scamper on the continent Is nursing a severe cold at Monte Carlo while the recent tide of disasters is more than enough to occupy Winston Churchill As to the coming Parliament the swearing in starts on the last day of January The fixing of so early a date is one of the many signs that tho Ministry means business and still hopes to finish the struggle over the Veto before the coronation Chancellor LloydGeorge in an in terview with the French Journalists I conerIenceI speaks ot the veto struggle as prac tically closed by tho last decisive election Sir Charles Dllke who as an Independent member takes a more detached view and who Is a shrewd and experienced polltican also agrees that the veto struggle is over end that tho Lords will accept the Ministerial bill Dilko also anticipates that Irish homo rule will be the first business after the passage of the veto In the mean time the Ulster Orangemen are playing their old game of threaten ing civil warwThey make bellicose speectiesi iecommOiiU thdriliSand the rurch se of arms and In bogus advettlsements in the German papers ask for a supply of cheap guns All Inquiries by the police fan to materialize either the drill or arms and the whole thing is shown as a ridiculous attempt to frighten the public opinion In England Will 500 now Peers bo created That Is the question that is puzzling many people It is not the first time In history that a British Lib eral Cabinet has lad to face this contingency that is not in so ag gravated a shape When the Ministry of Lord Grey In 1832 brought In the reform billthe first measure to destroy the rotten bor ough system the Lords threw It out and threatened to repeat tho operation Grey then got King William very unwillingly tQ give him A conditional promise that ho would create enough Peers to carry the measure and ft was the threat of this catastrophe that brought tho Peers to their senses and they passed the bill There Is an Idea that the present Ministry would shrink from thels extreme step It the Peers rejected the veto bill but they will not The men of this Ministry differing on many points do not differ in their contempt and Indeed hatred tot the Lords One of the little ironies and tho unrevealed stories of the prolonged and difficult negotiations between the Liberal and the Irish parties which nearly wrecked everything was that Grey was holding out In tho Cabinet for an immediate tack ling ol the question of the reform of the House of Lords Grey wanted its entire abolition in its present I shapo and the substitution therefor oran entirely elective chamber It will coine to that In tho end but meantime it would have been folly to have entered on such programme at this moment The Lords would not have accepted it and the Liberal party would have broken up Oil tho details But still this incident shows that Grey as one of the moderates of the Cabinet would not ob Joct to any measures against tho Lords As for two such extremists as LloydGeorge and Winston Churc hill overybody knows that they are ready lor almost anything and that they would create a thousand Peers If necessary to swamp the present body- LloydGeorge speaks quito cheer fly and oven airily of the 500 Peers that would bo necessary If the Lords proved obstinate and maintains lhat a very respectable lot of Liberals could be found up and down the country who would fill the bill Ireland no longer will vex tho general emperor of T othe battledore partleLAndsecond Asauith Ministry it cant do very much harm rEXlXGTON LexiigtonTtt YSclt wHea th Installation rn1tUDMuUr a iMHnff tmpnpmfcra on- t the I I many present President J Glnochio was the leading spirit upn all sides was predicted a thiinewed Interest In lh Young Institute which has for years I a factor In Catholic Stfairs In Blucgrass capital It Was hoped than Supremo Vice President Burke and Grand Deputy George LautzI present but It was Jinposslblo for I weekI3 the ntemebrs and visitors were en tertained with a most enjoyable I smoker and reception l PHOYIDENCEifc Saved Hospital jfVom RaK- Ing Fire andi DireI I Disasterr I sLatuetJotISaviourwith hat Just been erectedjon the lawn of Providence Hopitl at Wallace Idaho The statue isfslx feet high and stands on a pedestal of the same height It was erected to fulfill a vow made by SlaVer Anthony Superior of the order lof the Sacred Heart when the town of Wallace was burning last August In toll lug of the first Sister lAnthony said The saving of th hospital cer taluly was an act of ijrovldence Al though the fire came closeto the building and grounds fen every side the place was not touched at all While the hospital itself is built of brick the Isolation hospital the laundry and other buildings adja ceciL are of wood and highly Inflammable At halfpast 0 oclock that nigh the water in tile tank failed those who were flghtlng the fire and it looked as if tbere Was no chance of saving anything Then It was that the flames reached the flume on the side of the hill burning it an letting the water run down Into oir tank With that holp the Insti tution was saved fIi RECENT DEATHS Many friends regretithe death of Mm Bridget Haley who passed away at 8ts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital on Saturday The de ceased was born in Ireland eighty si i years ago but bcd spent the greater part of her life in Louisville She is survived by two nieces Mrs M J Duffy and MrsNora Corbett The funeral of Thomas Treasy which took place fronfrthe Cathedral on Monday morning was very largely attended Tlje Rev Father P M J Rock officiated at hisol PlIDID 4i d was tnirtynve yearsijoia anu was thc flon of the late Martin Treasy He Is survived by ono brother Alcerman James Treasy Tho funeral of John OLeary who died at his home 1533 Lytle street on Saturday took place from St Patricks church on Monday morn lag The deceased was a native of Ireland and is survived by his wife and two brothers Officer Jerry OLeary and Timothy J OLeary- M OLeary had been married only two months and the deepest sym path Is felt for his widow The funeral of Mrs Caroline E Borders took place from St Louis Bortrand church on Monday morning and tho attendance of many friends indicated the respect in which she WAR held Her death occurred on Friday and followed a long illness Her husband Thomas H Borders and two children survive her The children are Police Sergeant Clarence Borders and Mrs Marion Buck manThe many friends and relatives of George Melhaus beloved husband of Dlna Melhaus 1660 Harney street were deeply grieved when they leirued of his death New Years moinlng For years he had been a prominent and active member of St Peters church arid identified with Its numerous societies Be sides his wife four children survive Mm They are Miss Margaret John Hairy and George Molhaus Jr The funeral took place Tuesday morning hml was largely attended IThe funeral of Mrs Mary Mc Carthy who died Thursday will take place this morning from St Michaels church Mrs McCarthy was one of the best known and most highly respected women of the East End She was one of the oldest members of St Michaels church and prior to her Illness always took an active interest in church work Besides her husband Cornelius Mc Carthy who has been connected with the Gait HOuse more than thirtyfive years she is survived by one grandson Cornelius Savage BROTHER JAMES HONORED At tho conventionof the American Province of Xaverian Brothers at St Josephs College afBaUimoro last week delegates were elected to the international convention of the Xaverlan order to to held in Bruges Belgium next July and Brother James om SL Xavlors College this city was ono of the threo honored by being thus chosen The other two are from Baltimore The convention which was very successful l closed on Friday evening ADDS TO FUND The Memphis auxiliary gave a hoUday ard and dancing party last week ill the tetMEof ndckaKW Council buildln fiuid under the direction of XN a P BlakadKM StolHVanY VeJM proTldtor a- pkseant Tninr for all trewuit the affair matHa11eIpd be funds i J adn 1 a I GLAD I r Greetings For NewOillcers 01t Machln Open the Year IinpicsHlvc Corciiioiilcs Marked the Installation On Monday Eloquent Addresses Made by Both New lad Old Officers UPLIFT OF CATHOLIC YOUTH Mackin Council opened the now year In a blaze of glory Monday night It was the occasion for the annual Installation of officers and the hall was thrown open to all friends of Mackin The decorations arranged for the snow dance had been allowed to remain and the scenery gave one an Idea of the Arctic regions yet the warmth ol greetings extended by Mackins members soon dispelled all dull John T Kenney the retiring President welcomed the visitors with a happy little talk and stated that the only business of the evening was to be the Installation ot officers and that after that all would be properly entertainedSupreme Vice President Robert T Burke was the installing officer His work was Impressive and the cross was prominent throughout the in stallation ceremony Mr Burke admonished the new officers to be worthy of the confidence reposed In them by their fellows and said their work was worthy of their best ef forts At the conclusion of the ceremony President Samuel L Robertson was introduced and was greeted with applause He spoke feelingly to his friends lind fellow members of the honor that had been conferred on him Ho said It was the greatest pleasure of his life and that for years it had been his ambition to be President of Mackin Council He said that those outside had no idea of tho immense amount of work done by those inside the council Ho said that Mackin Coun cil was worthy of the support of any and every Cathollq The Y M C A 1t iisra1l r ilhi t fCiii the Protestant youth but the plaV for the Catholic youth is the Y M I His remarks were tuUot commendation for the former PresI- dents from James T Shelley to the retiring President John T Kennoy Ho trusted that all would Join hands for a greater Mackin Council and in conclusion he wished all a happy now year Vice President Joseph J Hancock also made a happy little talk and John T Kennoy the retiring Presi dent was given a hearty greeting Ho said he was happy to be relieved of the responsibility and at tho same time was proud of the honor that had been conferred on him glad that ho was numbered among tho Past Presidents Ho closed with an eloquent plea for all to give their earnest support to the new administration Frank G Adams made a brief but happy address Supreme Vice President Burke made the closing address Ho paid a nice tribute to the friends of Mackin and especially to the ladles for what assistance they had given in the past Charles S Raldy in vited all friends of Mackin to at tend a euchre to be given on tho evening of Thursday January 19 James T Shelley said Mackin has given proof that it was working for the youth of tho city and predicted that it would given oven better proof in the future William M Higgins was called on and after briefly commending the work of the council wished all a happy new year Dr A J Blzot made an eloquent and humorous speech that convulsed all In a- more serious vein he spoke of the work of tho order for the unlift of humanity Previous to the installation a brief business session was held Dan Quill and Joseph Wahl who have been ill were reported well while William Shaughnessy James Calm back and Leo Hoerter were reported improving The rest of the evening was devoted to dancing and a New Years reception Trinity Council installed the officers for 1911 last Monday night in the midst of a large number of Its members Immediately following the installation ceremonies a smoker was given and talks were made by several members An announcement was made that on rext Monday night election of delegates to the American Federa tion of Catholic Societies will take place MOURN HER DEATH The many devoted friends of Sis ter Perpetua in the World Threea Head were shocked and deeply grieved by the announcement of the death of this most estimable and be loved woman which occurred at St Tkomai Orphanage after an illness of only a few days of pneumonia SifeUr Perpistua WM widely known throughout KnUcky hVvlnc spent DMny 7s1a la eharjs st the i lpes Orphans at SU Thonss Asylum be tON their TeMorml to this city tat fall SbeyvM mOst Wphly MUwfaed and fMtlr 1br the people ofi CJ Bardatown both Catholic and non Catholic anti her selfsacrificing de votion to the children and her prompt and faithful response to every call of duty or charity have hallowpa her name with all who know her and by whonTher memory will bo long ToTered Following the fuheral the interment took place at Nazareth Sister Perpotua is sur vived by one sister and two devoted nieces Misses Margaret and Anna Daley of 1013 Easf Walnut street MADE GOOD Hibernians Begin Prepara tions For This Years Work Tuesday nIght Division 1 AOHInsjtnllpd its officers and at once be gan preparations for a year of activity There was a spirit of new life and after addresses by Martin Cusick James Barry Councilman Charles Finegan Thomas Lawlor and others it was decided to adopt measures that will compol members to attend more regularly and take greater interest in the work of the Border President Walsh being out ot the city tho chair was occupied by William Murphy The transfer card ot Daniel McCarthy recently removed here from Sandusky Ohio was received and he was given a hearty welcome to the ranks of Di vision 1 After making appropria lops for the Catholic extension fund the Catholic Federation for the sick and other purposes the Audltnlg Committee reported the booke and acounts all correct and a gratifying Increase In the finances Iof the dlvslon Tho installation WAS conducted byI Denuty James Barry and was most Impressive After his address and remarks from other members those present pledged their hearty support during the coming year Measures were put under way that will com pel a better attendance hereafter and all will be notified to report at the rext meqtlng when there will be more than one surprise for them President Murphy named Charles Finesan Thomas Keenan Sr ana Did OConnell as the Literary I Committee who Will provide a feast for the next meeting After an ad dress by Daniel McCarthy It was resolved to equip and organize a degree team headed by Thomas Dolan and James Barry and then hold frequent initiations Itls ex pected that the hall will be filled on January 1- 7Canadian lAN IlEQYtESIT 1 fH Priest LeftNum erous Sums For Catho lic Charities Many Catholic institutions will be benefited by the will of Father ThomaE S Keating of Ottawa Can ada Ho left an estato worth 126000 which is to be distributed- as follows Fur the benefit of colored Cath olics cf Chicago 1000 to the Little Sisters of the Poor Chicago 3010 for the Order of Good Shep herd Sisters of Chicago 3000 to the Catholic University Washing ton D C 1000 to the boys school of St Columbas parish Ot tawa 6000 to the Sisters of Mercy Hospital Ottawa Ill 10000 Jo tho House of the Good Shepherd Peoria Ill 4000 to St Marys College Emmotsburg Md 100 to Tyburn Hospital Ottawa Ill 1000 to be distributed among tho poor of Ottawa Ill by the SIs- ters of Mercy 2000 to St Marys Seminary Porryvllle Mo 1000 to the Rev M A Humphreys Cam pus III the Rev James J Quinn Honk Island the Rev J P Quinn DrenInanrett Ottawa ill 1000 each to i Miss Catherine Ferriter 8000 to Miss Bridget Boyle housekeeper at the rectory 4000 AShLAND From the Dally Independent we glean the welcome Intelligence that James Serey Sr of Ashland well known to Hibernians throughout the State who has been critically 111 at his home in that city is much Im Te1coverl has boon ill with pneumonia Is also reported Improving but the grand son James A Serey is alarmingly ill to the great distress of the friends of his parents and relatives VISITED OLD FRIENDS The many Louisville friends the Rev george Hang of oII Charles College in Maryland woro pleased to greet him during his holiday visit to relatives hero Father Hang was the celebrant ot the late mass at St Mary Magda jII lenes church last Sunday the edifice being thronged The choir under the direction of Mrs Fred Hang rendered Mozarts Twelfth IMass and lho same musical pro gramme as pa Christmas day tIER FIRST MISSION Sister Mary Raymond formerly Miss Anna Hines passed through Louisville Wednesday on route to the Dominican convent at Mattoon 111 Sister Mary Raymond entered the novitiate at St Catherines about twp ers ago She it a daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas HB of 1023 So itli Stetta 4ttt Mattoon will be hr nut jnUrtflWv D n- iI e I I I I i t I r I I J IRISH HOME c Philadelphia Descendant e Phi clause the OVtfeill Castle V in Tyrone A Was Fortress ol Gem Pheliiu1 ONolll lit Sixteenth Century American Owners Came Front Dmiffatinon Thirty Years Ago I WERE BORN WITHIN ITS SmUT Francis ONeill a woolen manu facturer of Philadelphia who has Just returned from a trip through the Emerald Isle announced the purchase of tho ancient Castle ONeill In County Tyrone near Dun gannoh Byhlmselt and his brothers Peter John and Joseph ONeill By the purchase tho lands taken from tho Irish centuries ago are coming back to their descendants Tho castle was the fortress of Gen Phellm ONeill The purchase of tho historic castlo by those Phlla dolphlans recalls one of tho hardest A yet one of the saddest fights for separation from British rule the Irish perhaps ever made In the history of their numerous struggles and which Is known as tho Insur rection of 1641 In each stage of this memorable contest Gen Phelim ONeill a cousin of Gen Owen Roe ONeill Who fought with him and a nephew of Hugh Roe ONeill Prince of Tyrone looms up prominently The castle fortress now the property of the ONeill brothers lineal descendants of the dauntless Phollm bore the brunt of many a furious assault of the invaders while tho persecuted of the locality found shelter within its sturdy walls during the InsurrecUon and the bit ter days that followed it It was in this castle the Irish Generals decided upon the uprising Trtad selected Phellm ONeill Lord General of the Ulster army and it was hero the council of war was hold that select ed Owen Roe ONeill President of Ulster and also a General of the forces because of his military ox JHaiIgon04lwtien exiled uncle Hugh Roe ONeill and Red Hugh ODonnell Prince of Tyr connellOwen Roe achieved a grand vic tory after persistent fighting when lie routed the Scotch army of Gen Monroe at Benburb though his own army numbered onethird loss Ho next moved to Munster and drove the invaders from the lands of Lord Baryraoro and this was followed by a crushing defeat he adminis tered to Essex in his march toward Dungannon Unfortunately Owen Roe the greatest General In the revolt met his death and Phelim 3NcIll assumed command of a tying of the army and after marching from Munster he moved to the cas Uo and from there to Donegal vhero ho captured Ballyshannon hell by tho British forces From this point there was bitter fighting until the castle of Phellm was reached The structure withstood the repeated assaults of the invaders and of the cannon which was brought to bear upon it with the ixcoption of the rear portion of it which was well battered down but afterward rebuilt and remained in tact for a long period strongDrltshMcMahon who commanded one of the wornout divisions made a heroic stand at Clogher In Donegal but lost The fight and also lost his head for the British cut It off at 3magh In the County Tyrone After the fight at tho castle Phollm Dftotll was also captured He was taken a prisoner to Dublin where he ras tried for treason and son ten d to death On the scaffold heHmrONelll Was Otrer his life It ho would say that King Charles I was responsible for the Insurrection Te spurned the offer and decapltal ion followed His lands wore dm dared confiscatedi and handed ov to some of tho Generals whom j tad defeated That was their n for fighting for the suppression I the insurrection I- Thetr descendants have owl GpurchasedG A coincidence in connection with sale of tho property which Is km as Rougham Park on account of great beauty is that It was chased on the anniversary Qt death ol Owen Roe ONeill brothers were born at Dungani within sight ot thd old castle caSTe to I Philadelphia more 1 thirty years ago Prosperity rc annmal1turers country excepting fIreland and then U 1 their stay SOUTH In Rougham IS daiJJJJ The sum of 2500 1 raised bftpopuIar auf throughout the Southern 1O- da monumentto the hate 111theBag that the luthji y- tot18 well lore Falhe I1 0 T i i 1 TI L- rf Li KENTUOKV IiISW AJMERIOAN W KENTUCKY IRISH flftERlGflN s Reveled ie the Social and Moral Uvdcereement of Irish Americans and Cathellcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mena Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING COIncorporated Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICK ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Entered at the LouinUlI Poitottlce o SecoadClii natter- Addreea all COIIIlllcaUou to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West dreei St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JANUARY 7 1911 AGAINST CONCEALED WEAPONS Judge Allen Kinney presiding tInII the Criminal division of tho Circuit Court In his charge to the Januar grand jury called attention to the practice of carrying concealed and deadly weapons Judge Kinney said many crimes resulted from the In discriminate practice of carrying concealed and deadly weapons and advised the grand Jury to make n diligent research along this line This Is a wise expression The pub + = lic Is Interested In the complete abolition of tho weaponcarrying business A man bas no right to carry a revolver or a dirk or another u r murderous instrument about his person Even In his house It I a Is risk Tho community Is constantly menaced by this reckless habtf A firearm In a mans home to protect It Is a bene risk thanIt Is a greater fit Not one case in ten does It r get the advantage and In nine cases out of ten It brings more trouble rrr s than It dons good And then it IIs so liable to abuse There are many trivial Instances where men have used revolvers because they had them and not because they had the right to use them Then there are the accidents the suicides the Inno peatcontthreatened all demanding the rigid regulation of the sale and carrying of deadly weapons WHAT YOU WILL The Right Rev Cnarles Henry Colton Bishop of Buffalo in a kind farewell to the year 191p and ra Joyous hall to 1911 thus calls at tention to duties that should be ever uppermost In the Christian mind What a world of opportunities opens up before one In a new year and how each one enters upon It with great expectations and high hopoi Now plans are formed and now resolutions made and every one begins with zest to work for success as ho never did before And yet how vain will all this bo if It be not done with an eye to the eternal years for which man has been created and for which ho re celves this now year and all the opportunities It brings with It There will be the evervarying round of changes this year as last year and all preceding years The obly dif ferences will bo that for many thoy will end In death for their earthly days will cease and they will past to the great beyond For them what profiteth it If they hays ac quired friends fame and fortune It they have missed the main thing namely their eternal salvation or as our divine Lord said it What will it profit a man if he would gain tho whole world and lose his- seulCor what should man take inai exchange for his souir WELCOME FOR ITALIANS The editor of the Catholic rournal of Memphis writes If tho North does not want the Italian immigrants we do Thrifty hardworking religious and beauty 1 loving they make ideal citizens Rarely ever do you see an Italian beggar all set to work and in a few years reap the fruit of their labors The second generation of the Immigrants live in the best houses of the city and dine on the JKBt at the land and their wealth is t the money of fleeced sheep t the gradually accumulating lulls of hard labor 0 allot which the Kentucky It American cays amen Louis I would be better off in mOrE Ri than one If she had more LiigrantB from sunny Italy lie number of arrests In Louis during the past twelvo months pd 15039 not one of which credited to Ireland This id speaks woll for natives of itid residing In tblscltfwho rise no small part of the pope Lel5s1bap 300 word from In countries What bettor Is wanted that Immigrants awabldlng citizens SOT MUCH CHARITY us large cities each year rat Is mown as a fn reality these ballcharhYI t I I to give society leaders a Ko outdo each other iBtI t 1 ihemieiye irjbhi4nac armentA pariah lfieetite- 11A 1 t the i ee orit1aI1 c n n 0 letter to the editor of the Chicago Tribune Ho writes The last time we had a charity ball It was shown by your own reporter that many times as much as was raised for charity was pent on ostentation and fashionable dis play Can you not come out editorially and show the bitter travesty of charity which this ball Is Charity was the word coined by New Testament writers to express that highest kind of llovo the lovo of those who give all for God 1d yet it is at the charity ban that selfishness and the vain pomp and glory of the world make their greatest display In the name of the blessed Christ child In tho name of Him who said Ye can not servo God and mammon in the name of Him who told the rich young man to fell all and give to the poor and who told us not to let one hand know what the other gave in the name of Him who was the greatest exemplar of true charity and the greatest hater of hypocrisy that tho world has ever known I ask you editorially to shpw what folly charity like this of the ball really is There is no need for any other editorial on the subject The parish priest has told tho whole story squarely and succinctly Charity Lair is to say the least a misnomer The Louisville Herald expressesI surprise that Edward Gottschalk of the new Board ol Education wasI chosen as a member oCtho Republi can Advisory Committee Evidently the Herald was not awaro of the alliance between tho Republican organization and the A P A school ticket In the recent election SISTER AN ENGINKEU Sister Mary Louise of the tlrsullno Convent at Tiffin Ohio Is the only licensed woman engineer in the State she having just successfully passed a creditable examina tlon She had becn in charge of the engine room at tho convent for the past twenty years Recently orders were issued from the State depart ment for the employment of a licensed engineer according to the law of Ohio Rather than relinquish tho position which she had filled so many years she decided to take the examination for which several men failed to pass- HONORS BISHOP GRIMES An Albany dispatch says that Gov White appointed tho Right Rev John Grimes Coadjutor Bishop of Syracuso one of the man agars of the now agricultural schooll at Morrlsvllle Madison county Bishop Grimes takes a deep interest In farming and a number of yearsI ago purchased a largo tract of landI outside ofSyracuse which Is usedl as a summer home for tile orphans connected with the Cathedral Asylum It Is one of the model farmsI In Central Now York- BENEFACTRESS IN ROME Among the visitors in Rome dur ing the holidays was Mrs Clarence A Postley of Now York well1 known In tho Eternal City for her- man benefactions to the English speaking church of San Silvestro Its present rector Is Father Dolan an Irishman by birth but for many yorrs a resident of New York City Mrs Postley was converted to Catholicity by the lato Father Whltmee a former rector of San Sllvostro church She has given very large sums to clear the church of debt HELPED MARE HISTORY v1 News of the death of the R Father Matthias Hannan at Darling ton WIs where he was pastor thlr tyfive years was received Saturday Ho was in the priesthood fiftynine years Father Hannan helped to mako history In tho Northwest In the early years He traveled about Iowa carrying his vestments ln his saddlebags and was the first to celebrate mass jn Fort Dodge Marlon and other Iowa cities His clerical education was obtained In Ireland and In Notre Dame Unt versity Indiana He was ordainedI In December 1852 TIlE DEADLY GUN Michael Murphy fourteen years of age sonof Charles Murphy employed at the L and N shops was shot in the right breast and dan gerously wounded Monday morning In tbo front yard of hIm home by the accidental discharge ota smallI rlfjfl in the hands of A playmate Tlnsley Greenwall of 2208 South Firth street The accident occurredI RB the boys were preparing to start on a abort hunting trip The bullet penetratedjttbej ridu In the right WOrdeD who removed the bullet aid that while the wovad isa 41u ieoM bne the victimI S MM a Itcht bane for recovery 0n i 0- r 1- D- a n t twlGaDatlOSw iIR 3a I II SOCITY t i I Miss Ellen Wathen who spent the holidays here has returned to Naz areth Academy Mlsc Carrie Spalding was the holiday guest of Miss Joslo Dugan at Lebanon Junction Miss Mary Baldwin spent lastII week at Lebanon Junction the guei- of MIss Bessie Carpenter Misses Honor and Bonlta Murphy who wore hero for the holidays returned Tuesday to Nazareth Mas Myrtle Thompson has returned from a hpllday visit to Mis Dollle Haley at Lebanon Junction Mrs P J Grogan had for her guest during the holidays her daugh ter Mrs H J McMullen of Chicago Mis Sarah Rubel St Catherine street has been entertaining as her guest Miss Josephine Farrell of ington LexII Miss Cornelia Sullivan of Shelby I vllle has been here for a pleasant visit to her aunt Mrs Will S Kaltenbachcr Miss Bessie Donahue of St Louis who has been visiting herp as tho guest of Miss Mary Ridge returned homo Tuesday- Miss Lillian Dehlor returned for Now Years after a three weeks visit with Miss Esslo Zabrlesklo In New York City t The many friends of Mrs Bridget Kelly will be sorry to learn that she Is Seriously III at her home 2238 Sycamore street MIss Nora Brown Secretary to GoV Wlllson at Frankfort spent the holidays here as the guest o her sister Mrs Thomas J McDon oghMiss Ann OKeefe who has been at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital for the past week Is now greatly Improved and will be home In a short while James Gallery of Eureka Springs Ark who camo to spend the holidays with his patents ofII 950 South Sixth street will remain another week MIs3 Alice Larkin of Logooteo Ind and Dr P J Brady ot Chicago were the New Years guests of Mrs Anna Adams and family at Flora Heights Mss Agnes Welch of Spring Sta tion arrived Saturday to be tIle New Years guest of Miss Louise Shelley and to attend her reception Tuesday afternoon Miss Lillian Fleming of New Al bang entertained a number of her friends at a theater party Saturday afternoon followed by a trolley ride and luncheon I Thomas OKeefe a prominent Hibernian of New Straitsville Oblo1I Is the guest of his cousins Mr and Mrs D J Burke of Twentysecond and Magazine streetsII MCliG111I delightful holiday visit to Mr and Mrs William Higgins Mrs Mary Chawk who has been 111 for several weeks at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital is now con valescent to the great relief of her many friends and relatives John M Hennessy of 1019 East Breckinrldge street is confined to l his home by a severe attack ot quinsy His family and friends I hope for his speedy recovery I Mrs James Flynn of New Albany entertained a number ot her friends CUlbertjsenj Bid Lammon and Mrs Sidney MorgaMiss Maggie Judge entertained on Now Years day at luncheon in honor of her niece Miss Georgia Keau who Is home from Sacred Heart Academy Manhattanvllle N Y spending the holidays The luncheon was followed by a matinee partyMiss I Kathleen ODoherty Ewing gave a tea Monday In honor of Miss Alice Hays who was home school In the East for the Miss Ewing and Miss Hays fromII slated In receiving by Miss Hays and Miss Lucille OReilly Miss Edith Callahan presided at tho frappo bowl Miss Jeannetto Dannenhold gave a box party at the Mary Anderson Ion Saturday followed by a luncheon at Benedicts in honor of Misses Florence OConnor and Ruth OReilly of IndjanapoHs tho guests of Miss Ruth OConnor Miss Dan menholds guests woro Misses Flor enca OConnor Ruth OReilly Ruth OConnor Eva fleck Clara Dannen hold Margaret Ryan and Lillian Olegg Miss Lorlno Kolb of 1214 Chero kee road will entertain a number young friends with a box party otII the Mary Anderson Theater Mr Alton Kolb and Mrs Charles Nold will bo the chaperones The guests will be Misses Marie Garaghty Mario Schafer Marguerite Schaefer Amelia Earth Norma Ratterman LoulHo Barth Marguerite Hirsch ors Clara Angenneler Cletus Hil= lerlch Margaret Nqld and rose- Colb A delightful reception was given Tuesday evening In honor of Miss Eta Dewier of Nrtrarta who is the KHMt of Mint Suate MHltaney aitwr home 110 South Xttntk tree The wirtor nary ta t fully I t u- IliI decorated and tho evening was de voted to vocal and Instrumental musts various games and a dainty luncheon Those comprising the jolly natty wero Misses Katie Whal Ion Mary Whallen Ida Shukoman Marl McHugh Mabel Score Alma Scor Etta Dewier Susie Mullaney Mar Mullaney Messrs JamosII Whalen Thomas Mullaney Mullaney Martin Mullaney Walter Purcell and J Louis WaishII OItPHANSII Enjoy Their Annual Christ mas Dinner and Cel ebration Wednesday was Indeed a happy day for the parentless ohlldro sheltered at St Josephs Orphan Asylum The good Sisters Preslden Joseph Hubbuch and the officer and many members and friends of the St Joseph Orphan Society were there to provide the annual Christ mas dinner and celebration of the orphans which was conducted In ia everyIand tho celebration furnished as much pleasure to the spectators as I to the little beneficiaries who everyone received something to make them happy and felt that they were not alone in the world before the monster tree was stripped The general meeting of the Orphan Society will be held at the asylum tomorrow afternoonSTARTS WELL Sarto Council Begins New Ir Year Officers With Able Sarto Council YMI No 214 ot Owensboro Installed Its officer on Wednesday night Qutle a crowd was on hand to witness tho impres slve ceremony A social session fol lowed the Installation The new officers are- Chaplain Rev George M Connor President William Carlton Vic rI Presidents M F Kortz and Louts Humlroy Financial Secretary C T Doin Recording Secretary Joseph I Oberst Corresponding Secretary Jolly Hayden Treasurer T August Hosier Marshal Guy Spalding Out side Sentinel Joe Crow Insldo Sen tinel Ben Velotta Executive Com mittee William Danhauer Albert Herman and Albert Laub Sarto Council has had a re markably good year and begins now with a competent start of theI ergetic young men to guide the way through 191- 1JEFFS GREAT EVENT The great social event of the sea son In Jeffersonvllle will bo tho select dance of Division 1 A O H which Is to come off In Elks Hall on Wednesday evening January 18 The date Is a nary suitable one and appeals to all those who desire to have a pleasant evening Elaborate preparations havo been made by the Arrangeemnts Committee which iIs composed of Lawrence Ford RayII mond Stanton Bernard Coylo and John Cole Select music will be rendered by a full orchestra A cor dial Invitation Is extended all Hi bernians and their lady friends to be the guests of tho Jeffersonvlllo division on this occasion BIG TURN OUT The members of Unity Council Y M I of Now Albany turned out In largo numbers Tuesday night to witness tho Installation of the now officers Every room In the beauti ful club house was illuminated for the occasion and the building presented a most animated appearance The Installation ceremonies were linpresslve and wore followed by a IIBocal session and smoker that the many present greatly enjoyed A number ot spirited addresses were included In the excellent programme Unity Council is one of the strong est and most successful In the Indi ana jurisdiction HOSPITAL BENEFIT Preparations havo been almost completed for the annual charity en tertainment to be given at Phoenix Hill Hall on the afternoon and eve zing of January 25 and 26 by theI ladles of the Sewing Circle of St Anthonys Hospital for the benefit of that most deserving charitable in stitution The ladles of tho Sowing Circle exectp see ono of the PhoeI tickets Indicates that all the friends of St Anthonys will be there on one ot the two days IMPROVING rollco Corporal John Sullivan I who sustained painful injuries last Sunday afternoon when a locomo tive of the Kentucky and Indiana Terminal Company backed Into a Market street car at the railroad crossing at Thirtieth and Market streets Is recovering and expects to bo soon able to return to his post The gates at the crossing were up and when the car reached the mid dIe of the track it was struck by the passengers11tasna was removed to his West Market street where ho was attended by Dr Robert E Sullivan LIFES WORIC ENDED Right Rev Monsignor James J Keogh the aged rector of St Johns Cathedral Milwaukee and one of the most noted priests In the arch flioceee wait celled to his eternal rest last Sunday Father Keogh toad beetitill a long time and ills death was btt unexiwetwi He was an tMd ftifl bie yioIker and hisI deatta tet a distinct lJoW to the church 1IuQ WILL InN G II i Bells of St Marks Will Break Long Silence April 25 IThe hope ot the Venetians to have the campanile of St Marks church Iin Venco restored at tho beginning of 1911 has not been realized but tho work is nearly finished and it I is confidently expected that the bells of San Marco will break their nine years silence and again ring out ou St Marks day April 25 The restoration of this famous tower which collapsed sUlidenly on July 14 1902 after a proud existence of 1014 yearshas proved a greater undertaking than anticipated some ot the details presenting technical difficulties The bells of the old campanile were shattered by the fall of the tower but they havo now been replaced by the generosity of the presnt Pppe They were cast on St Marks day last and will again bo rung from the tower on April 1 25 next The estimated cost of the present tower Is over 2000000 francs this sum having been raised by public subscription and a large grant from the State WILLIAM MURPHY Now President of Division 1 A 0 H PUTS BAN ON No Pilgrimages Nor Ceremonials For a Year I According to a cable message to the row York World Pope Plus ha decided to allow no pilgrimages to Rome next year This It Is said iiIs in order not to embarrass the Italia Government during the proposed great exposition The promoters of the exposition contend that It wil compensate Roman tradespeoplI and cabmen for their loss from the stoppage of pllrglmagcs but this 1 Is doubtful Already the prospect of the exposition is raising prices and next year is looked forward to with anxiety by residents already groan- Ing under tho heavy cost of living Tbo civil servants havo petitioned for mom pay because the prices of everything have gone up The PopeII will also curtail religious ceremonials and the result will be fewer Catholic visitors Next yea will show tho Whole world tha Rome without the Pope Is a failure CHARITY EUCHRE The Young Ladles Euchre Clu will entertain their friends with ia- euchre at St Cecilias school hal next Friday afternoon and evening January 13 tho afternoon euchre tf be called at 230 and the evening oucliro at 830 Many ihandsoan I prizes have been secured and euchreI players will find them worth striving for Tho ladies of the committee In charge are Misses Annie Butler Margaret Carroll B Riordan E Whallen Mayme Zlnlnger M Con roy and A Garrity The proceeds of tho euchre will be donated to a worthy charity CENTRAtj COMMITTEE The Central Committee ot tin Catholic Knights of America witl hold Its first meeting of tho new year next Friday night at St MarysI Hall when the Installation of offl cars will bo marked toy the annual reception This meeting will be of moro than usual Importance and the military department and seven teen branches In the Falls CitiesI are expected to bo fully represented The Entertainment Committee willl arrange a suitable programme andt provide a luncheon and other rc freshmen HAPPY HOUSE PARTY v I Mr and Mrs Joseph Sayer have I been entertaining a happy holiday I house party at their homo 2400 West Chestnut street Their guests wero Mr and Mrs Fred Schmidt and little daughter Antoinette of Grand Rapids Mich and Mr and Mrs Charles Schuckard of Clove land Ohio Mrs Schmidt and Mrs Schuckard are daughters of Mr andl Mrs Sayer and were honor guests at a number of entertainments Tho visitors left Wednesday evening for their respective homes VISITED HIS RELATIVES Rev Father Oleary the eloquent Dominican missionary who has been visiting relatives near Lexington hasI I returned to the city and is again at the Dominican priory on Sixth street TAKE VOWS Last Sunday afternoon at tho Paselonlst Monastery this city William Qulno formerly ot st1 Aioyeius parish made his vows asa brother ot tie Paeslonlat order TheI Rev Father Wilfred epnddfcua the ceremony Rkiek ryes moM InprM save At tie ease tlna Maurice fit U- no t i Mens and Young Mens I 25 28 anLUllS I I I I Overcoats I I and Raincoats NOW FOR 1750AT LEVYSTHIRD Spot In Louisville Cght Julian of New Orleans was Invested with the habit of St Paul of the Cross A large number of people wera assembled at tho solemn serv- Ices 1 RNICflTS OP COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interes Members Here and Else where Spokane Council now the target In the Pacific Northwest conferredd tho degrees on seventy candidate last month The council at Dunkirk N Y closed tho year with a big initiation and tomorrow will have a third de gree exemplification Terre Haute Knights made glad the hearts of tho sovontyflvo girls in St Anns Orphanage with a multi tudo Of holiday gifts The Knights of Cumberland Md have acquired property 44x90 fee on Mechanic street upon which they will erect a hall to cost about 30000Niagara Falls Council has secured the gymnasium building ot Niagar University for the conferring of tbe major degree on a large class on January 22 IIAtLawrencoburg Ind tho pro ceedn ot three entertainments and an additional fund drawn from their treasury woro Invested by the Knights in Christmas baskets for tho pood children of the city While tho work of a Cathollc organization all sectarian and creed lines were unobserved in dispensing tho relief MAY LOQATE HERE The Jean dArc Manufacturln and Supplies Company of St LouisI which L J Kadoskl is President lot week closed a deal for the plan contents of the Howe Manufac I luring Company at Baxter and Un- derhill streets It Is hoped tho St Louts people will operate the plan here as It would give employment to a largo number ot people The transaction Involved something IIko 40000 DANGER POINT PASSED Hon Swagar Sherley who under wen an operation for appendicitis and bladder trouble on Tuesday lIs reported to bo doing nicely at tho Norton Infirmary The attending physicians say they do not expec any complications to develop but now fool confident that tho dingo point has been passed This will be welcome news to tho Congressman many friends who hope for btsI speedy recovery HOME BURNED DOWN A frame cottage owned and oc cup led by D W Burke at Thirty fourth and Young streets just outside the city limits was dfistroyei by fire Sunday night shortly after 11 oclock The flro had gained much headway when discovered and jMr Burke and his family had dim culty In getting out and saving some ot the furniture The origin of the blaze is unknown FEDERATION The annual election of officers of the Louisville Federation of Cath olic Societies will take place at theI meeting to bo held next Thursday right at tho Catholic Womans Club President Sheridan will submit an Interesting report which should be hoard by every delegates As tho committees for tho year will be named It Is urged that every dele gate be present NICE TESTIMONIAL Friends and admirers of Assistant thief Michael J Cassln showed their appreciation of his worth on Now Years l6To by presenting him with a handsome meerschaum pipe The presentation was made by J B Stark All the Captains of fire companies In the Second district wore present BITTEN BY HORSE Joseph Gllligan employed by tho tenet Brewing Companywas severely bitten by a horse In the IrllM hand Monday evening He wag at one removed to hit hoMe where the injured M Mwa1 treated j e tCtVLEYS Monday Tuesday and Wednesday Nights and Wednesday Matinee MADAME SHERRY THE NEW AVENUE NEW PRICES FOR THE NEW YEAR Reserved Seats All Lower Floor Front Row Fern Circle Back Rows Fern Circle 50 35 25 No Higher NEXT WEEK At the Mercy of Tiberius Matinees Tuesday- Thursday Saturday 25 IHOPKINS THEATER High Class Vaudeville AND Motion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENTS Three shows daily Sunday contin uous CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Picture Houses In Louisville Catering especially to Ladles and Child- renCOLUMBIA 5c Under the tame management Pre productionshistoric W C CUNNINOIIAM H A HICKS WILLARD HOTEL KENTUCKY HOTEL COMPANYII Incorporated Special attention given to traveling men Best in the city for the money Have your ruailiaddressed in our care First class sample rooms AMERICAN PLAN RATES SZOO and 250 With Bath 300 BERT HICKS Minister Center and Jefferson Sis Opp Court House I IAll the late and new Styles and Shapes found here at reasonable prices Call and see us FOR Furniture 1 Of lit Kindsff at the Lowest Prices go to WMe MAYERi 419 W MARKET ST CB THOMPSON FLORISTJSTONLY ONE STORE Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 532 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1080 t All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed Gilds fl ROQ6P rte BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city IINks Magazines and Religious Articles 07 EVERY XJESORIPTIOW 434 West Jefferson Street CENTRAL FURNITURE CO Incorporated N W Cor Third and Green Sts We furnish the home com plete on easy payments WM CALUOHAN Mgr Sales Dept Though painfully hurt It Is riot thought there will be lay serious results- THE j SMART AGE When the boy reaches the smart age he la In grave danger Then is the tithe for father ftf ruah ta where aafelB foar to treadii- k Q W ru ott w KENTUOKY IRISH AMERIOAN e a tiran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE t 810 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 r J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS I AND EMBALMERS S3S Fault JtJain Street D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT e DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directorsr and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR I ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Antwtrid Promptly Day or Night f 1231 WEST MARKET STREET I + I I II I It I I I I I It t t t t tt H + I + FIXE WINES ALKOLJE3Green Street LIQUORS oIbAt8t+ 1 M t itJIItu U h H r U atO THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and TELEPHONE 365 All calla promptly attended to day or night for all occasion 1225 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty HOME PHONE 1677 4 Ogre your boys an education that will pre pare them life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Ky Conducted by the Xavertan Brother Claislcal Scientific Business Courses Preparatory De partmeutTarge8wimmingPolwellEquippedO7maulum PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville- Ind own and manage a private hospital for the care and treatment of Insane and epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA flERCY HOSPITAL Spark Avaase Jelferianvllle U4 PETER M AHDRIOT SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERS U CirritlenlkilcHII RW ikN- D 1 Mi ANB M7 WEST inEEN STRUT 1 u u r i i GEHER SON 2is WEST MARKET Burs TUB CHIKBRATBD NORTH STAR REFRIGERATOR The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation The QUICK MEAL GAS Combines not a few but all features oi 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 the unblic OHAMPAOXXa i 345 West M H M Embalmer for Louisville and STREET RANGE M4ftMMMM J Ii GET YOUR BARGAINS j 1T TilE I I WINTER Shoat Pork House OUR THIRD SEASON Price List of Beef Ml Choice Cuts i Round Steak lOc Sirloin Steak lOc 1 Teabone Steak lOc Clubhouse Steak lOc Rib Steak iOe Chuck Steak 3 Ihs 25cII Porterhouse Steak lOcc Pure Hog Lard 12tfc c Choice Roasts per lb8and 10ccc All cuts of Pork per lb 12tt Odds and Ends per lb Sc Country Sausage IOc per lb c Preston St near Lynnjj HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS PINE WINES AND LIQUORS I Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especiallyI Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BONDIr tBhont 1848 234 SIXTH STREET TIHEEDINGS IMPORTANCE Good breeding will tide over many an awkward spot In lifo and good breeding is not uncommon It flourishes in several grades of so clety and is often lacking in high circles where it is expected Men and women who are brought up to refined living seldom find employ Mtf Vt ibt thw kind although a I lew ale auto to keep to it in sordid IU1Nuadb1p Education is an important feature of modern life but it is in way al lied with good breeding There are educated boors without number and refined women wffoso book knowledge Is of the scanty variety As a rule a finishing school does a girl moro real good than a college course but this belief Is based on knowledge ot women from both places CONSOLING When tho young husband arrived homo from tho office be found his wife in tears Oh John she sobbed I had baked a lovely cake and put it on the back Porch for the frosting to dry and the dog ate Keto Well dont cry about it dear I know a fiDra who will give me an other dog- 1t1ATI BLACK STAYS BLACK A man once took a piece of wWt cloth to s dyer to have it dyed black He was so pleased with result that H went back to the dyer with a piece of black cloth to hare R dyedI white IJI4ruwere4 Apiece of eloth is like a mans rpfttton I It can be made black kui it San sot be made white a alB It l rI j pu HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolr g the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Several new faces were seen at the County Board last Thursday night Out Ladles Auxiliary Is arranging for a number of entertainments In the near future The Manchester Emerald reports the order as having had a prosperous year in Now Hampshire Division 7 of Manchester N ihas ordered a pool table for its quarters for recreation purposes INewBritainover 500 and a substantial treasury Watch Denny Coleman bring DI vision 3 to the front Ho hopes to do even better than his predecessor The blowout to be held by Di vision 1 for Its members on January 17 will bo the real thing Dont miss it- There is every reason to believe that Division 2 will prosper In Its new home at Broadway and Camp bell streets Division 1 of St Paul will next Thursday night celebrate the thir tieth anniversary of the Hibernian organization In Ramsey counly A lively contest Is expected for a gold modal to be awarded by Divis ion 1 of Manchester N H to the ono securing the most members this yearDivision 1 of Jeffersonvlllo In stalled Its officers at a rousing meeting Wednesday night Presl dent Cole has made a good begin ning Members of Division 1 are elated over the financial standing reported by Secretary Tom Dolan and Treasurer Keenan They report an In crease of 25 per cent In the treas ury The Installation of the Ladles Auxiliary was marked by a splendid attendance Wednesday night Miss Rose Sweeney and Miss Mary Cor- coran spoke words that were highly appreciatedOur Auxiliary is making satisfactory progress the first meet ing of the new year being well at tended Many hope they will this year observe the anniversary of Robert Emmet Division 1 of Jeffersonville has changed Its quartets and will meet regularly In Elks Hall on the first and third Wednesday eovnlngs of each month This Is the best lodgp room In the city A splendid turnout witnessed the installation of Division 1 In Jef fersonvlllo on Wednesday night All expressed themselves as satisfied that the next year would be one of the best in their history Members of the Ancient Order who fail to attend at least ono meet ing each month are remiss In their duty Good attendance means good meetings and the inevitable result is an increased membership Ladles Auxiliary 1 of St Paul has an Irish literary society that Is do Ing splendid work Last week It en tertained the State officers with a programme of musical and recitative numbers that was appreciated Tho only meeting to beheld next Week will be that of Division 4 on Monday night at Bertrand Hall With the annual reports and a ro view of the work of the past year the meeting will be one of much Interest Division 1 of Now Albany will soon determine upon the observance of St Patricks day Our friends over the river never fall In the celebration of the festival of the patron saint of their grand old order DIvlson 2 has made a live start for the new year James Welch and Chares Obst are arranging for the reception of members at the next meeting at Campbell and Broadway and the feast they promise will our pass any ever seen at n Hibernian gathering in this city Members of Division 2 were re joiced to learn Wednesday night that the veteran Michael Keaney who has been 111 at his home on Rogers street was on tho road to recovery and expected to soon bo able to meet with them Mr Keaney Is ono of tho founders of the Ancient Order in Louisville THEY PLAYED CORKS 11 walked into a Western bar said a Now York sport and the pro prietor greeted me with Did you ever play tho game of corks Trot it out I said and too brought out a bunch of corks and sot them In front of tho longest lino of guests you over saw in your life Now says he the last man to pick up his cork after I say go isttuck Got he hollered and I dug my fingers Into the bar in my hurry I was tho first to pick up my cork all rlghVbut I was tho last too The rest just stood around and laughed The round for that bunch of pirates cost me exactly 1250 TUB WiNGED GOD A sculptor onco showed a visitor his studio It was full of gods One was very curious The taco was concealed by being covered with hair and there were wings on each foot 1 What is his name said the spec reIplyI I cause men seldom know him when he cornea to thsmn Why has wings on hla feet neCaise hehelII soon gone and once gone can never be overtaken I SHIPWRECK CERTAIN j How idiotic would a sailor ile to day who turned wilfully away from all the naps and charts and souad lnp which experienced predecessors have provided for him I Is the young man or woman smelt better who wIYiI HM n U n 11tc I SOCIETY DIRECTORY Aa IID- IVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday PresidentWilliam Murphy Vice President Anthony Temp kinsRecording Secretary Joseph E Farrell Financial Secretary James J j DorituTroasurerThomas l P Lawler Sps geantatArms Louis Roller DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Wednesday Campbell and Broadway President C J Ford Vice PresidentErnest Smith Recording Secretary William T Moehatf Financial SecretaryJohn J ICeanoyTreasurerJames j Welsh BergeantatArms W S Nally DIVISION 3 Meotn MondaysIineteeiith rcsldentDJ Coleman Vice PresidentHugh Hourigan Recording Secretary Thomas j StevensFinancial SeeretaryJ G Hes sionTreasurerD J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 3Meets Second and Fourth Monday Hertrand Hall Sixth Street PresidentJohn H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J Barry Financial Secretary Thomas J LanganTreasurerHarry Brady Assistant Financial Secretary D J Ilellly SergeantatArms =William Cal 1laghan Sentinel M J McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesday At Elks Hall County President Lawrence lFord PresidentJohn G Cole Vice President J E Murphy Recording SecretaryHugh Mc Grody Financial Secretary John Hogan TreasurerRaymond Stanton SergeantatArms Michael Gar ritySenUnelThomas Gleason Marshal Michael Noon T ST IMC I MACKIN COUNCIL 205V Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth President Samuel L Robertson Vice PresidentsJoseph J Hancock A C Link Financial Secretary F G Adams Recording SecretaryR Osborne Corresponding Secretary H Ker bergTreasurerW A Link MarshalJ II Sheehan Inside Sentinel P AndrlottIOutside Sentinel Joseph Stewart IKKfiAXO AND T1II313 Oil Mary acushia I find i must lmWleI youITo seek out my fortune far over the sea The cruel Saws imposed on our own native country Have not much effect In the land of the free r1I strivta to uphold the good nameI that Is earned By my countrymen llvjfog In far distant lands nveijgeThesisters hands But Mary my loved one though far ICealRlmelltber vow and your promise to me i And pray for the health and success of the wattder Whose first and best thought Is of Ireland and thee James sluplcett LATEST IN STILES Coats have vivid linings Black and white in broken plaids is stylish A Pretty toque is of black velvet edged with fur Some manufacturers say short capes are coming back Tho fichu lines are evident especially on chiflon blouses Visiting dresses even when made short are most sumptuous Many of the black hats are trimmed high with black maltnes Silk crepe draperies In the ancient Indian cashmere shawl patterns are new A sailor collar when made of lace is a pretty accessory to a dinner gown The dlrectolro style grows more fashionable as the season pror grosses Tan shoes are in great demand Button and laces are about equally divided lOne would go far to find a more waist than tho new chiffon Jumper The strong favor for serges In black navy and white shows no signs of decreasing iP1aln cloth velvet and plaid trimmings are characteristic combinations i on childrens garments The empire fashions as now worn are not by any means shapeless They are oil the contrary made SOI M to display the figure to the best advantage even though the waist cornea almost under the armpits ItBLIEVJDe INSOMNIA Dp breeatbial whkk draws for bio from tbrala to U Irses- re tae of the MDiIt eetirdI curse i 1i for 11NOgi1a to r- o o 11- t IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchange The ieopo of Llstowel are agitat fug the lighting of the town by electricity The Rev Father Henry ofMul Jaghroo has been transferred to Bally mote An old age pensioner named Sweeney aged 102 voted at Llslano polling station North Derry Much reget has been evoked in bytheThe death of the Rev T Flnan whicli took place at the Stella Maria Hospital in SlIgo is much regretted Very Rev J Canon Doyle of Kil kenny has been appointed Arch deacon in succession to tho late Archdeacon Cody Deep regret is felt throughout Mayo at the death of Myles ODon nell which occurred somewhat sud denl at his residence at Kiltimagh A burning accident in which Bridget McLeod an old age pen- sIoner lost her life occurred re cently at Garryad near Borrlskano A shooting outrage occurred at Augher as a result of which a la borer named Robert Togher has1 been placed under arrest and remanded for eight days MullingarDfstrict extendedWilliamGibsonmember of the council The Drogheda Magistrates have forthegrounds that It was used for the sale of excisable liquors MedicalOfficerof 1 unanImously Iv DrFoleyforKilbeggan The announcement of the transfer fromButteyant theformerregretJ Killeen was elected by a clear majority Over several other candidates for the temporary InLimerick orLThe King on the recommendationi of the 1 nominateda member of the first governing body of University College at Cork In the room of Michael Murphy resigned returnedto j HeIsInTullamorej j nheartyThe cottage In which William Orr was born is still In a good state of toMiltownThis cottage has recntly passed by ErnestDonnanSix fishermen lost their lives owing to the storm In Arklow har bor under peculiarly distressing cir victims WilliamKavanaghvan William Clancy William Fordo Longwhoat Boytonrath waskilledIlonkeyscartway homo from Cahlr in company with EdwardRyanTwo men named Peter Donohoo RobertstownCounty ously Injured by the explosion of a j t atthej 1 toleavej forSirCountyCarlow Informedreduction tenantsleftCATHOLIC PREMIER Premier Laurlor of Canada has blrtltdayHopolitical record When about thirty thoQuebecFederal Parliament In 1874 or mronberforteen years ho has been head of the Government TRAINING CHILDREN The first and highest end of tho Christian home Is to train children for heaven This object gained all- Is well If otherwise the loss will be SurelyItJudge a recognized head of thee work among delinquent children In tho United Statesa man who has had an experience with the criminal class as jio other baa haddeclares that It is back to tho home and the father and mother that we must go for the germs of Juvenile delinquency and that It may be traced in nine cases out of ten to mistaken kindness or friendliness in allowing very young children to remain away from homo at nights in the formative period of their young and plaetio minds St Augustine says Give ime the hlld till tie Is five years ot age thereetlofhlsllfegreat thinkers and theologians hold this formative ip rk d in 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SIYBNTH STKEIT 1 a RICK GIRL Quits Life pfx Luxury r- tOrder of Poor Clares Following the example of her slater a Chicago girl has turned from the world of luxury that could have been hers through the abundant moans of her father and l has entered the strictest female order ot the Roman Catholic church in exist oncethe Poor Clare Colettim whoso convent is at Fiftythird and Lad In streets Chicago Both of the young women who were Invested In the habit only six months apart were educated highly and had trav sled much both in Europe and America Miss Mary Kemper took the final vows and passed through the triple doors of the convent into her selfchosen life of extreme austerity on Thursday Her sIster Cecilia twenty years of age and fou years younger than Mary had donned the habit June 20 last Both young women are the daughters of William Kemper President of Kemper Bros wholesale dealers In feed supplies at 1565 North Halsted street Mr Kemper is a large owner of real estate In accordance with the rules ot the order they have joined the Sisters will devote most of their days and much of each night to prayer In solitude they will abstain entirely from meat and all delicacies they will wear neither shoes nor stock ings seldom will converse and vol untarlly will endure many other austerities Rising at 2 oclock each morning their prayers will be ii- the for city of Chicago it being customary dot the nuns to pray for tho municipality in which their own convent is located During the months of their novitiate It was kept from the remaining members the community that tho two young women were sisters Cecilia Ken per was a graduate of the Chicago Conservatory of Music Mary be gan her novitiate directly after shad returned from a trip to Europe In which she visited many sacred shrines Th9 ceremony by which Miss Mary temper Joined the order was ren deed still more exceptional by the fact that her brother the Rev H I- Cempcr who had been ordained three weeks previously by Are bishop Quigley acted as deacon and delivered the sermon Ho took for his text I will lead her into solitude and will speak to her heart and she shall stay there IC cording to the days of her youth Ho dwelt on tho misconceptions of the contemplative life advocatlr Its value for both the individual and hunicnlty In general After tho ceremonies in the chapel of the convent a procession In which was Father Booker of the German 1m maculate Conception church led the way to the triple door Inclosur where the Rev Mother Abbess Coletta and all her coma unity welcomed the happy candidate as Sister Mary Agnes Her slster Anna acted as bridemaid Both Mary and Anna Kemper entered the order of Poor Clares as the result of their natural religious iIn- clinations said Albert J Kempei brother of the young womens father and a member of the flrni of Ken per Bros Neither of them was Impelled by a great sorrow Thel course had the approval of their parents both of whom as also othe relatives were present at the cere monies INSTALLATION Of Officers Opens Yea for Knottsvllle Y M Ps Montgomery Council Y M I of Knottsvllle Ky installed the fol lowing new officers for 1911 Chap lain Rev Father L H Spalding President J A Roby Vice Presidents Guy W Hazel and Henr Lanham Recording Secretary LouIs Kf Carrico Corresponding Secre tart Foster Sansberry Financial Secretary James II Roby Treasurer G W Sansberry Marshal Marcus Roby Inside Sentinel James Payne Outside Sentinel Clarence Oilman Executive Commit tee E J Rhodes Raymond Jarboe and Guy Payne AU of these young men are wol known and highly respected In Knottsvllle one of the Catholic con te3 In Davless county The councl hal made great progress during the past year and the indications arc yeal for greater success In the present KNIGHTS AND LADIES Next Monday night the Catholic nights and Ladles of America expect the largest meeting ever assem bled in this city at Robinson Hall evoutoenth and Main streets when lisa Mary Sheridan the State Deputy Will Install the officers for the local branches of that popular Cath illc fraternal Insurance organlza ion This meeting will be made the ccaslon of a reunion ol tho pioneer aembers of the order founded by the lamented Gran W Smith and wlltProve one of more than ordinary nterest Miss Sheridan paid an official visit to Branch 19 Tuesday tight and found that body In splen- dId condition both financially and numerically GOLDEN WEDDING Mr and MrsJ F Hlllerich of 1927 West Broadway celebrated their golden wedding anniversary ucsday evening with a bounteous 8upper ifor 125 friends and relatives among whom were a number from New York Illinois Iowa Florida and Georgia AIr and Mrs Hillerlch weN married by the Key Lawrence Dax In St Johns church Clay and Palnut streets fifty tiara ago Mrs Ulkrlch woe at that time A noted lager inlt Joins cBur hcholr This eJYecHa1 haaapeat tteejr MrrMUf lal LeutaTille ad from all parts of the city they received messages of congratulation and wishes for a long continuance of their happy life ENTHUSED Are Members of Division 2 A O H Over Their Prospects That a new era of prosperity has i dawned for Division 2 A O H was manifest by the enthusiasm mani fest Wednesday night when that body held Its Initial meeting In Schultz H jat Campbell and Broad way President Ford occupied the ohal and dispatched the business with celerity When Secretary Moehan read two applications there was a hearty found of applause and a number pledged themselves to work until the membership reached 200 Michael Keaney the oldest Hiber nian In tho city who has been ill sent a congratulatory message upon the return of Division 2 to its first field of operations After making appropriations for assess ments and all claims It was decided to give an ciUcrjtalnment next month which will probably take place in Trinity Council Hall Charles Obst and the Entertainment Committee were authorized to mak tho neccessary arrangements I was also voted to hold a social session for the members on the third Wednesday of each month whic will be inaugurated on January 18 with a hot roast supper and cigars and refreshments when the officers of the County Board will be their special guests Spirted talks were made by James Welsh President Ford and others who predicted a prosperous year for Division 2 All members are urged to remember tho next meeting and be present to par ticipate lin the festivitie- sATNUE THEATER At the Mercy of Tiberius Is the attraction booked at the Avenue next week The piece Is strictly modern and tolls an interesting ELEANOR MONTELL story John Webb Dillion will be seen in the role of tho attorney Lennqx Dunbar who puts asIde everything that stands In the path of duty and prosecutes the woman he loves who has been charged wits the murder of her grandfather Eleanor Montoll assumes the part or Dory Brentano tho young gir charged with the crime- S MACAULEYS Madame Sherry which will bet the Macauleys offering for the first halt of next week has proved one of the pronounced musical comedy hits of the decade Tho company U a strong one and the costuming and stago settings aro entirely new and beautifulCASINOOiIPIIEUM Good pictures of a timely charac ter are promised the patrons of the Casino and Orpheum Theaters next week The films are first run and entirely new productions They will be found instructive and amusing a source of real enjoyment Besides I there will be the latest Illustrated songs and the regular changes or programme MASONICi Beginning Monday and for three nights only there will be a grand revival of the over popular comedy opera Tho Mikado when Miss Frltzl Scheff pretty and pIquant will be seen in tho dqfjghtful role of Yum Yum Digby Bell will bo the ICo Ko of the production the part whiph ho created In this country when the piece was first produced here HOPKINS TIIEATEK Tho Hopkins management makes all Announcement of unusual inter est to local vaudeville lovers in the heralding of six feature acts on the irogrammo for tho remainder of the season commencing with tho bill next Sunday Instead of the five turns presented heretofore The jrogrammo for next week Is the equal of any over seen in this city and will certainly be appreciated by the patrons of this popular play rouse PRINTERS MASS San Francisco Is now Included among the large cities In this country tin which what is known as the printers maaa is celebrated SU Jalrlcks pf which Rey John Rogers I B pastor Is the San Francisco eihufcfe thus prlvil ci The holy i erlfic JB offered tare at 3 oclock w R U 11 +e Hifd oX +XooheoH HeoH HoooH RsvssaRIBE FOR THE s li KENTUCKY IRISHIi AMERICAN Iy f j Brightest Catholic Weekly in the Southwest ft xx00 t rl- II lONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Sx Soot tdp iIfin Catholic Circles Here and Elsewhere Take This Paper f H00 t Foreign Countries 1150 Per Year Home Phone 946 f r 4 O irr r r rr r r orV orV r r OOOOOOOOO OOXOOooxe0000000 00000003 NUNStGEveThelrMotherandReh atives a Happy Surprise Taking their mother and other members of the family and relative by surprise Sister Mary Austin of Jackson Tenn and Sister D verbs of Memphis arrived the Monday evening after Christmas to spend the remainder of the week in LouIs- ville Sisters Dorothea and Mary Austin are the two youngest daugh tors of Mrs Kate Aud who reside at 635 South Seventh street and it Is tho first time they hero heel home together since they entered the Dominican Sisterhood Sister Mar Austin left fourteen years ago Ito enter the Dominican convent and was followed seven years later by Sister Dorothea Both Sisters be long to the Dominican order their mother house being at Nashville While here they were vlstcd by many friends of their girlhood days and the reunion at the home af Mrs Aud was Indeed a most happ and enjoyable one Sisters Mary Austin and Dorothea left Saturday for Tennessee accompanied by their sister Mrs John P Hogan of Bowling Green who was also hereto spend the Holidays BAZAR For Benefit of Sts Mar and Elizabeth Hospi tal Fund The friends of Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital are arranging for a big bazar for the benefit of tha most worthy Institution which will be held at Llederkranz Hall open ing on Washingtons birthday Feb ruary 22 and continuing for three days and nights Through the build- Ing of sewers street improvement and other unavoidable causes thl hospital has labored under man disadvantages and has also the bur den of paying for the additional buildings just erected Ueallzlnj theso acts the friends of Mother Hubrrta and the good Sisters ol Charity have determined upon this bazar Waff effort to help them In their work of maintaining a hospital that for many years has been a credit to Loulsvlle andI the State A number of meetings will be soon held when the various committees will be named and tho work begun In real earnest This bazar should have the hearty support of all Cath olics and charitably disposed people SURPRISE FOR PRICE 1 S P Owen the well known tobacco man and President of the Louisville Bowling Association was given a surprise by his fellow bowling friends lest Monday eve ning being presented with a handsome bowling fob of solid gold inset with a large diamond the entire de sign being the handsomest of Its kind over given In tho city The presentation took place at T B Owens club rooms the speech being made by A F Martin who paid many glowing tributes to Prices standing with all the local bowlers Mr Owen responded feelingly stat ing that It was tho proudest moment of his life and that he would never spare an opportunity to mako a strlke for the good of tho gamo nor do anything that would cause a split In thotauks RING FOR JOHN In appreciation of his services a number of admiring friends of John L Gruber the popular Demfocratlc Chairman of tho Fiftyfirst Legisla fro district called him Into theIrI midst and presented him with a handsome diamond ring The pre sentation was made by Deputy Sher iff Robert Kaltenbachor After re- coverIng from his surprise the jo11yI Chairman 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