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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4f U t tN I 1 ii I ii l- r AMERICAN VOLUME XXVLN0 4 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JANUARY 28 1911 PRICE FIVE CENT STRICKEN Diocese ot Louisville Sustains a Triple Loss on One Day Father Nealseys Death Fol lowed by Dominican and Pnssioniat Zealous Followers ot thc Divine Master Have Pessetl Away SOLEMN SERVICES OF REQUIEMI The clergy of this diocese received a severe blow on TuesdaY y through the demise of two priests and a lay brother the Rev FatheY John J Neafsey tho Rev Father William R Dunn O P and the Rev Brother Richard Clarke C P Requiem masses for each of the three were celebrated on Thursday morning The obsequies of Fathe- Neatsey took place at the Cathedral of Father Dunn at St Louis Ber trand church and of Brother Rich ard at the Sacred Heart Retreat the Louisville home of the Passlonlsts Father Neafsey had been In poor health for some time but only re cently his condition became serious Then he went to Mercy Hospital for l rest but he sank rapidly until his death on Tuesday morning He iis survived by one sister who resides In this city The funeral arrange threcteddi P ODonaghue The solemn mass of requiem was celebrated by the Ver Rev James P Cronin V0 as silted by the Rev Fathers Daniel J Gallagher and Eugene P Dono hue The sermon was preached bY the Rev Father P M J Rock who paid a high tribute to the deceased priest Father Neafsey was born in tlt County Roscommon Ireland and re ceived his early education in his na tive country When he came to the United States he had determined t become a priest and finished his theological studies in Dunwoodle Seminary In the diocese of Albany N Y After his ordination In 1902 he camed1rcto IhAdioeescol Louisville T ora time he was assistant to Father Cronin at St Pat ricks church Later he was asIIgned to various rural missions Kbout three years ago he was brought to Louisville to establish a pw mission for colored Catholics 10 work proved too arduous for his hstltution and about a year agoI I was assigned to the parish atII lorsvllle where he remained unIRiis fatal illness Father Neafsey a zealous and humble man of and was held in high esteem bU ellow clergy More than 10 ts of the diocese chanted th for the dead over his remain- Cathedral s a The body was taken by a brother of Father Neafse I ntermentjj i Thursday morning the Very J R Clark OP celebrated a nn mass of requiem over the re is of Father Dunn in St Louis rand church and was assisted b j tars Doyle and OConnor 01uer Clark preached the funeral mon The remains reposed in te in the church from 3 oclock dnesday afternoon until 330 clock Thursday afternoon when he funeral cortege wended its way to Union Station The remains won taken to Springfield and thence to St Rose Convent the earliest home of the Dominicans in Kentucky There a solemn requiem mass was celebrated on Friday morning after which the remains were interred tIn the community cemetery The members ot the Holy Nam Sodality of which Father Dunn was Chaplain acted as a guard of honor wttilo the body reposed in the church and the pallbearers were I nlso chosen from the same society Fattier Dunn was born in Patter J son N Jrabout fifty years ago At an early age he entered tho Dominif I can I novitiate Last summer iio Went from Louisville to Patterson to celebrate the twentyfifth ann1 versary of his ordination Father I Dunn was a brilliant pulpit orator and was regarded by many who knew the two Dominicans as a second Father Tom Burke The greater part of his life as a prie was spent In missionary labors an the severe strain broke down hisl strength During the past years ho had been ono of the assistant priests at St Louis Bertrands church and I was regarded as one of the best pul1 pit orators In the diocese Father Dunn was a modest and humble j servant of God His untimely death IB a source of great sorrow JiS well I as a distinct loss to the Dominicans I Brother Richard Clarke was tho I oldest lay brother In the Passion f1st community In the United States both in age and point of service He waR born at Martlnsburg W Va fin 1830 He learned the trade of cabinet making and followed this In early manhood In 1860 ho de rtlgioust e PaselonlatB convent at Plttsbur- Mast of his religious life was spent In the Eastern States and he was noted at a collector for the various PM1oal t communities to which he ira RMlined rive years ago he thecQmmunltfhouHatLOtrllTIlleand caged actively in the work of erec iar the new Sacred Heart Retre atof Before the building was completed he was stricken with paralysis and for more than four years had been an invalid Brother Richard was a true follower and disciple of St Paul of the Cross Solemn requiemI mass was celebrated over his re mains oh Thursday and his remains were Interred In the Passlonist cemetery on the community grounds PRETTY HAPPY Opinion of American GirlI Visitor to the Emerald Isle Having been born up at Fish kill on the Hudson said Miss Anna Veronica Smyth twentyone yearsI old of Bayonne I was naturally familiar with beautiful scenery and did not expect to see anything In Ireland on my recent visit theret that would exceed In beauty the wonderful vistas along the great New York river But when we landed at offsYr o atI8 oclock In the morning It waa a revelation It is an ancient custom and one not to be passed over lightly by any visitor to the Green Isle iif theInatives Also there was something thre moonlight over the roofs and towers of the ancient city touched it all1 with a magic that made it worthwhile The next morning we took the train to Cavantown through the early morning mists and the silver and purple sunshine that came later From there it was twenty miles to the ancient steading of mY fathers birthplace at Corleth A real Irish jaunting car with a native everyInche countryside and every taco along IrheBuyhave been beautiful alone In any kind of a carriage Vr villageYd everything looked as If there had not been a real happening for hundred years past an old oct green Ivy and a cottage there the was as sweet and clean as white lea and the scrubbing brush could make redomilking girls with their palls in their hands paused to smile at us as we sped past down into tlnkltngbrooksf1f th W1 tWrtttt1fiJ t1T green hills crowned with value castles that seemed part of the land scape as much as the rocks an ledgesOh the beauty of those Irish hills in the early morning light I think that Irtendersuch lovely greens and such faraway mystic grays in the ravine- and hollows on the lofty hillsides a we saw In that Tide of twenty miles oldUbusIt is prosperous and more contented allyare beginning to own their own land everywhere AndI why not Isnt it the land that was the home of their ancestors It fis y most lovely country to look at an remembeYr thehills tunt dred years BOSTON Plgqres Show Great Cath olic Growth For Year jthej beginning of the present year theII t many interesting figures At head Is Archbishop William H RIghtRovan Aulillary Bishop The diocesan priests number 636 while the priests of the rellglqus orders are 144 The whole number of priests in the archdiocese Is C80 There are 228 parishes which with the twenty Ine missions attached to them have 1 in all 267 churches Eightyfive parishes have par ochial schools and there are twenty aldy 0 schools and 207 in the high schools The total number of boys in the Catholic schools Is 23961 The girls In the elementary schools number 29719 and in the high schools 1036 The total number of girls 1In the Catholic schools Is 30756 The total number of children In the i parochial schools Is5oJ71 The Catholic population of the arch docese Is about 900000 VOIGT WHITE riles Clara Volgt and Albbrt E White popular young people of JetIjI j ellatI I I Fatbger 1 I arrive in Jeffersonville today and will make that city their reslden i GeorgeVolgtcharming young lady Mr White Is J Rel4tsitehI the LouMTVlH Law School f II- U Jl R EXUBERANT Jjilferals sail Irish Coulideiit They Will Force Their Programme Home Unto PraqticallyAdmlt tell Sure to Be the First Bm- I Ulster Bluster and Armed lie sistance Given Deadly Blow THE TORY FIGHT IS The meeting of tho first Cabinet Council on Friday marked the reoti beginning ot active business In thIgreat political battle which will1 come to a crisis in the next British Parliament This entrance of realities into politics has done much to end the era ot wild speculation and Ilapdoodle and threats by th Tory party Already the Is much modified For Instance the Ulster bluster about armed resistance to home rule got a deadlyI blow through the special corre spondent of the Dally Mall revealing that all of the stories about the lurchueo of arms on the continent were fabrication The signs mul tiply nil round that home rule Isi Inevitable and that the chief busi ness of the Tories will be to arrang such terms as will secure equality and justice to the Protestant minor fly No such guarantees are neces sary as a matter of fact but the ish leaders are ready to accent any In their desire to reconcile all of the Irishmen and begin homo MsThe most remarkable Incident o the week was the letter of Lor Speaksh r of the most important of the Lib EdY now accepts home rale as inevitable and near at hand and only stipulates that proportional representation his favorite doctrine for many years should be given an experiment in IrelandSc JWri54J nG ttItEt coted 1 n America Kd also that without special pressure by the Irish party or any largo change of views the Liberal and ish leaders having had only a few c for weeks every ksMa ment next year The Tories attempt ed to make a diversion and trouble by suggesting that such a priority of home rule over the Welsh church disestablishment measure might pro duce a revolt of the Welshmen but I the Welshmen repudiate these re portsIn a couple of weeks from now Redmond and the Liberal leaders hdr details the ne home vale hilt The negotiations are not without difficulties sees dally in reference to the new finan alai arrangements between the two countries but with good will and good sense on both sides andI the immense bond of the common campaign against the House ot Lords there Is little doubt Jhat the two sides will find a satisfactory compromise Evidently the Tories are disorganized and Ulvlded and do not show any sign of putting up any big fight on tho Lords veto T P OConnor M P who has just returned from a brief visit iIn J I Ireland found everybody thorn InII exuberant spirits partly because orIthe recent events and the approach of home rule and partly because of the immense rlumphs over the ODrlen Healy factlonlsts All of tho Liberals are equally optimistic and in short the new session of Parliament opens with higher hopes than for any tlmo since the Glad stone and Parnell settlement for every Irish problem NEAR 200 SEES The total number of Catholics Iin I the British empire is estimated at 12155000 and for their ecclesias focal government there are 190 Sees Including those provisional ones known as Vicariates and Prefacturm- ritishB America with a Cathol population estimated at over 2890000 contains fortyfour of these Sees British Asia with its 2150000 contains fortynine British Australasia with nearly million has thirtyone and Brills Africa with 357000 has twenty one of which twenty are provisional SENATE REELECTS PRIEST Rev Henry H Wyman Cs P was reelected without ppposltlon Ito the Chaplaincy of the California byIWyman has k lived sixteen years in San Francisco where for eleven years of that time he has been the comraunitHy l stmente of his fellow Senators when he declared that Father Wyman commended himself to them in the charstoc prayerl 1 1 ItI1particular legislation For these reasons they sought him and pro vatted upon hint to accept another term The prayer which Father lIrayertArchbishop was composed in 18CJO I MOKE MEMBERS Initiated Into DivisionI 4 With Mirth and MusicI Division 4 A0 II held a rous ing meeting on Monday and its first social session Ot the new year under auspices that auger most favorably for 1911 There were many visitorsI tram the other three divisions and all were pleased J with Division 4g enterprise and hospitality President thRe IInitiation of a cljiss of eleven candidates The degree team t which exemplified the beautiful and patriotic rites o tthe order was composed ot William McDonogh David J Reilly Will 1lam J Connelly John J Score and Thomas J Lange Those initiated Into the mysterlejj of Hlbernlanlsm were John Cavanaugh Martin Orogan Patrick and John Gilmore MaddennThomas Kelly Joseph Thomas Martin Patrick Shaugh nessy and John Gary The work of the degree team was impressive throughout The social session followed and the Literary Committee had supplied a cornucopia in the way of refresh ments While the majority of Hi bernians were refreshing the Inner man there were others who interpolated music both vocal and Instrumental James Perry who presided at the Plano and directed the choir during the initiation also played for those who wished to sing and dance during the social session An Inter esting feature was the dancing of a reel by Police Sergeants Jack aloney and Tom Drown The mas thefthde When Division 1aeta out to have a good time she haslt4ai4d her mem bers make all members of other di visions feel at bbmej This Is the true spirit of HlbernlanlsmiIJIiio1Ii RECENTIDEATIIS Adam SchneIder a Union veteran J and a highly respected citizen died J unday night at his 1t me 2011 West J IilftioBtfGG en rriHiiv sold iilnffi7 age Besides his wife thre I daughters Mrs Charles Burge Mrs ate Senn and Mrs Louis Senn I survive him The funeral was from St Anthonys church Tuesday morn- Ing with interment in St Johns cemetery The funeral of Michael G Hop 2 ins twentyfive years old son of J rs Margaret Hopkins and brother of Miss Bridget Hopkins 1137 Bax tel avenue took place Monday morning from St Brlglds church Rev 1 Father Jansen conducting the solemn services Though not unex pected his death is greatly mourned The deceased was connected wth the law firm of Gibson Marshall GJbson 1 and had every prospect for a bright future Mnrgarewt on State street New Albany on Sunday night took place from Holy Trinity 1 church In that city on Wednesday morning The deceased was a native of Ireland but had spent the greater part of her life in the United States She Is survived by ono son Michae Stewart of New Albany and a sis ter Mrs Katie Monlcke of St Louis The deceased was an aunt of Mrs John Chester and Mrs John C Graves lot this city John Spellman a venerable res ident of the West End died at his home 1107 West Jefferson street on Wednesday afternoon The de ceased was born In Louisville seven ty seven years ago and had lived here all his tile Three sons James William and Edward Spellman andI two daughters Miss Minnie Spell man and Mrs S Gathrlght survive him His funeral took place from St Patricks church yesterday morn lIng and his many mourning friends 1 attested his worth as a faithful1 1 Christian t- iThe hand of the great white plague which snatches India criminately for Its victims again visited the home of Mr and Mrs Michael J Morgan 944 Dumesnll street and claimed the life of their son Michael J aged twentyseVen promisinisg S beloved sister who succumbed to the same dread disease the most profound sympathy is felt for the bereaved parents and relatives The raornlnhh g and was attended by a large numberr of his fellowemployes In the L an- N d and mourning friends ST LOUIS BERTKANDS DATAR The members eP St Louis Ber trands parish directed by the Dominican Fathers have arranged to give a bazar in the school hall1 Sixth street between St Catherine and Oak to begin on May 15 and continue throughout the week Great interest Is toeing manifested and already several hundred books have been disposed of Tn years have elapsed elect St Louu ertrand pariah attempted any hint sa elaborate and it ifa A foreR IfconI beeue a J 1LADIES IArc Rendering Anliiable A to Those Arranging For Bazar Entire Community Recognize Worth o the Sisters of Charity Combination Bocks Have Ilea Distributed by Willing Ilandsb MEN AND WOMEN IN EARNESf off Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital toI be given at Llederkranz Hall February 22 to 25 inclusive continues to bo the all absorbing topic of Louis villes charitably inclined people respective ot race and creed the entire community is earnestly at work in aid of the Sisters ot Charity of Nazareth who conduct Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital The com bination books and the automobile books were rapidly distributed and now the hustlers are disposing of books on a handsome couch and slumber robe Last week the Kentucky Irfa American told who the leading gen tlemen workers were and this week the Sisters have submitted a list of the ladles who are foremost In this great work of charity The various committees of ladies are as follows Novelty Booth Mrs James P Whalleh Chairman Mesdames Frank McGrath J It Puts Thomas McDonough James E Fahey Misses Lucy Higgins Mollie Curran Lizzie Smith Rose Cunningham M Mc Devitt Feeney Dooling Susie Seaman MaryMullaney Louise Forst Mary Forst Linen Booth Mrs J H Busch meyer Chairman Mesdames B J Janslng E J OBrien EdtvarIOConnor Taylor MamloFrankle Aud M Miller Score D Price WII Cathorne G Hoertz Misses Stella j OConnor Katie Smith Wilhelmlna 1Ic1LaughlinI Ross D Cross R Gait Mdrgarett jI Malone Lea Mtfjlostiy vtr Btsefi= fltsDlIttarda Underwoode f Thos Keenan T A Murray W Mee han Dan Murphy John Malone James Terrell Misses Mary Roach j I Miriam Wathen Rose Conroy 1iar I Conroy Bertha Doerhoefer Katl Foley Katie Riordan S Popham i I May Quigley Margaret Campbell I Mary Zuerner Agnes Carney Mamie Reid Mary Butler I Candy Booth Miss Dora Barrett Chairman Mesdames Sandage J T i Riley J C Quinn Misses M Wal lace Hannah Nagle Florence Dar i rett Ella Gerst Marie Relltng Mary Tracy Regina Mackin Country Store Mrs Harry Reeder Chairman Mesdames Daniel Dougherty Frank Reeder John Gorman Kimberger J B Cummins M Schuck A J Richard S J Mc Elllott O H Kibby Joe By water Misses Katie Fallahy Katie Glenn Salllo Scally Rose Smith Mary Doody Anna May Fallahay Annie Exley Josle Etpser Gladys Fusco Ida Shuck man May Barry Margaret Desmond Nelly Kelly Refreshment Booth Miss A Hen neberger Chairman Mesdames J Dowling P S Ganz Miller Quigley Drake Edward Holloran Fitzgerald Spahn Rommel Misses Emma Fisher Irene Curran Rose Cav anaugh Katie Broderick Florence Herberth Mary Connaughton Dining Room Committee Mrs William Callahan Chairman Mes dames Peter mat Nadorf Theresa Hick Gelsert Annie Miller Warner Schmitt Scharfenberger Stone Andy Kast Torpy Will OConnor Wagner Dufflcy Schonnomann Charles Smith Netherland Jacob Hoertz Al Smith L Cofer Gullion and sisters Scanlon Hurl Koathelmef J C Rellly James Smith Ferris Dalton George Holland Pearl Borders Edward Dono 1ue J flleehan Nett Cunntugba- ilkennyK Herberth Louisa MeyersI William Isrlel Scanlan Misses Clara Schlllmlller Brennan Lizzie Zook Foley Annlo Casey Aunt Moran Irino Copp Laura DeCoursey Margaret Ratterman Agnes Me1 Donough Agues Coady Cunnln ham Bridget Flynn Katie Blanche Herberth Katie Yochum Rose Finn Rena Welsenberg Hellen Brennan Kate Exeler Hattie Wag i1 nor Margaret Gibbons Annie GlbIiI bons Josephine Welsh Agnes Clark Rosa Malloy Nellie Mitchell Flor ence Brennan Katie Flahiff Lizzie Strassel Mary Ellen Gorman Mary I Downs Molllo Malloy Ruth Tho general committee of me met at 209 West Jefferson street again last Wednesday night and j every committee reported progress Many contributions of articles to be disposed of at the bazar were reported The following is a partial list of the doctors I Sho taw Company C F Snyder Frank Glunta Grocers Baking Com pany Grocers Biscuit Company Hyman I Pickle Company Louisviilo Grocery Company Coondy Schwen beet Wilson Jr Wilson Good Luck Shoe Polishing Company Jessup do Antrim Fklschmann Company y Stratton Terafegge James Greene Waahburn Crosby Callahan Sont Hirtch Broi Everion Bros Jetto r aonVille Louisville Tin ft Stove Company Whlteildeg Bakery Henry Krtt Robert Kraft puerbabher I Gilmore Frank Fehr Brewing Corn Pant C C Ulckcl Herrmann Eros Lorch C Bcuchner Rush Calm back Scanlan Coal Company J Lee Sternberg Dan Coblens Frank Gentile A Wahklng Bonnie 8 Company Union Cement and Lime Company M K Volkman P Bannon Sewer Pipe Company Dehler Bros John Zoll Kentucky Wall Plaster NazarethAcademydorf John Herrlg Lehman Bros StoreFrankJones Bros Castleman d BlakemdreJ and Norton Curd Coffee Company EdelenHackettautomobile L Karem ot Lexingtonna atarmerLoulsvUlehas thebazarLater donations have been announced from Otter Company SonsSWilliamMayerLewisCompany HoltenbachHoick Joseph Dcnunzlo Fruit Corn pony and Gus Dattllo LAID TO RESTli Thousands Attend funeralI of Beloved Indiana Priest The funeral of the Rev Father Eugene F McBarron pastor of the Evanshvlllo and dean of tho Catholic clergy in waslleldo illEvansville1 and devotion lasted practically eighteen hours having commenced terminated1Ionday I were lowered to their final resting rhebodyafternoon until Monday and tho face of the dead priest was looked peopleThePotttlficath HevJoselhIndianapolis celebrant the Rev E iS Spellman Newcastle Ind asI HowallEvansvilleJosephDyrnesthe Revs Gorman ktacolytes the Rev James Uregoire ylnc nnes ndr thu hs J Josep Chin ey Jerre Haug IndIbookbearer the Rev JA Rawlin I son Brazil Ind candlebearer the Rev John Castello Indianapolis I Phlenvsy the Rev Mr Seter Haubstadt Ind IRyvesJvansvllleChaplains to the Right Rev Dents ODonagHue Bishop of Louis Fitzigerald of Owensboro Ky and the Rev Edward Lynch ot Henderson Ky The funeral oration was deliv ered by the Rev Francis H Gavlsk Chancellor of the diocese of Indianapolis an old friend of Dean Me Barron Father Gavlsk formerly was a newspaper man In Evansville He is President of the Board or In dlana State Charities The Rev Augustine Rawllns formerly as theAsslnllPtionron was in charge of the services at the grave The funeral procession was led by the Knights of Cahumbu- and the Knights of St John Hun citytoY beingtrom GERMANS Show Indignation and Will Ignore the ItalianinExhibition From Rome it is cabled that a protest against Mayor Nathans speech September 20 attacking the Papacy comes in the shape of a address to the Pope signed b 11750000 Catholics in Germany They will show their indignation viemt Rome during the coming celebrate- os Italian unity and promise various pilgrimages next year when tho ooIts own account As regards the Popes attitude t stateg1official function at the Vatican bu destinedjto III tho Papal disapproval of the nations- rejoiclaga 1 GONE ITO CUllft knownr 1 Secretary of the Louisville Trust Company and Ben C Weaver Jr I Cashier of the Louisville National Banking Company left Tuesday morning on a pleasure trip to Cuba They expect to remain there several weeks before starting on their return trip JHIBERNIAN BENEFIT t Division 2 A tO H will gheS1 benefit performance at the Theater on Broadway between lx t gan and Shelby on Monday night February 20 There will be a aeries of big class motion pictures and vaudeville acts and a continuous per f forma ce from 630 until 10 clock I The prfe of admission will be ten cents JD HELD OVER0 Itinerant JK torincr Will rHear From the Grand Juryx Chief ot Police LIudscy Calls Upon Him to Prove His Charges if Paul Daley Has Record In andrSouth Tt x IS LECTURES ARE REPELLANT not pastotforgotten was presented in the Police Court on Saturday of last on the charge of criminal bel preferred by Col James P Whallen Daley was accused of hay pubIa Messrs John H and James P Whallen Defoo the hearing of testimony was concluded the attorney for Daley waived further examination thus forcing Judge Boldrlck to hold his client to answer to the January grand jury Daley came to Louisville as thes societyoslave traffic it there la such a traf tic In Louisville White slavery as it is called deals with the social evil and is in violation of the Sixth and Ninth commandments The minis ters of the Catholic church have to refer to viqlations of these com mandments from time to time but theYremoved from the sanctuary Catholic editors are ever chary of referring to sins that violate these commandments but e editors of Louisville dally papers seem to gloat over the alleged Jectures and revelations of J Daley Another case of Fools In where angels tear to tread The preachers and reformers Louisville have caught up Daley TheyImawyettheonlyraJtj the subject nearest and dears his heart The lecture Wfc o j livered Ila a church and on SU evening Guileless girls and Innocent boys were permitted to hear nay Invited to hear stories not destined for those of pure mind and pure heart In Ftead of becoming repellant the lecture seems to have made Daley more charming to local reformers Even the editor of the Louisville Evening Post has taken itp his cause It Is the same old Post in the same old way tlie Post that de clared Robert Emmet had been con elated of immoral acts in Ireland whence he escaped came to America and became a great lawyer Thin Post will boost Daley and his game today and will publish the facts later perhaps The Post declared that Judge San Boldrlck was engaged with the ps IIaJtdge examltspreferring to submit his case t grand jury Tho Post then tu Its attention to the Louisville po force and belabored its members cause they had arrested DaleY t had obtained through assldpji1 qulry Just what manner he was The police record In cities Nort is not a good one of man that woe to good old arlstoc society but he Is wet formers and is taker the gospel to talk purity of things that 5 should not even be nom us aytrottton1 Lnot acceptIleCertaf ere Y InvlIeIthisiII notd l htfhohplopcyied priate exercises ana a maj concert The hall excinslvnl stage Is 46x94 feet ani thenone English will be deliver Stengel and Frank A c programme will be r Tuesday and Wednesj when tho school child part CONVERT fT A meeting forms Q be heli a of C6i outh Fourth ar the ensuing Tt J after which tl Urbanisation will be ins Button rRaffio anv All a- Icagi V d i J T 1 1 KENTUOKY XRISH 1 RICAN GKY IRISH flMERlGM Social ad Moral A4rinceMesKat Irish America and Catholics lally Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America TUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher SCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY Bc Bntircd at the UulirllU PoitoMIc mt SteoaaCltu futur rsee all CoamanlcatloBi to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Ones St ISVILLE KY SATURDAY JANUARY 28 1911 HKQUIKSCAXT IX PACK Tho church and the diocese of Louisville mourn the loss of three faithful servants this week Father Meafsey a secular priest Father Dunn a Dominican and Brother Itlchard a member of the Passlonlst community answered the call to the bar of final Judgment on Tues day Each loved the Cross the Rosary and the Blessed Sacrament Two were natives of America and the third of Irish birth At the I knees of Irish mothers all three learned to lisp the Our Father and I e Hall Mary Front earllest childhood each had been taught to serve God to love Him and his holy mother The life of each Is worthy of emula tion They flung away ambition to become followers of our Divine Saviour Verily they took up the cross and followed Him Their lives were lessons In humility and self denial Let us hope that each has entered upon his eternal reward May they rest 1Hi peace and may perpetual light shine upon them 1MM1GKAXTS HOW to keep undesirable for Xilgners from landing In this country Is a problem that seems difficult of solution The most recent attempt Js a bill in Congress to admit no and write Com one unable to read menting upon this the Catholic Advance points out that It might be well to remember thatI thousandsI of the most industrious I abiding citizens of this country were 1 Unable to read or write when landed and again it is well not theyII forget that most of the Imported v anarchlstr forgers and professional krlmlnaa are adepts in reading and ng Statistics are at hand toII w that but few inmates of d penitentiaries are unable to ad and write We have an over- supplyl of uneducated literates and we are adding about a million a year to the number right at home and y men and women coming to country unable to read or writeII Ito able to glvo lessons In gamy Industry honesty sobriety aUd oven loyalty to the country to our home grown pagan output of readers and writers It is stupid to j proclaim that Iphysical ability to read or write Connotes any moral or civil worth just as stupid as to locate I the perfection of a sculptor In his I chisel or of the painter In his1 brush When wo see the avalanche I of sin and filth that Is dally thrown In our way through a reckless press and the mountains of putrid novels written by plgmlnded paranoiacs the one who knows not how to read has fcason to bo the better for his InceNATlS SUlUliXVWiit I ruptlon In Legislatures seems e the rule these days and other efl have followed the example of i qls In probing into the manner lr Senators have been or ted It seems a fore L that an amendment l m that United States ie elected by direct ill pass Congress at will go to the States atlfled by a majority Statures this year e serious question involved whether the Nation or State i fix the qualifications ot rs The Depew amendment- es the control in the Nation iut a tors den P this calico iAe force vrand it 1Satdoatnough Republt em to kill the leave to States the qualifications as they o election of members of the it Representatives ofore the movement for the of 8ena tfrfl by direct vote xblodcbd always by the r Now ll Ja the latter RertfUnty that It will go 5jhe surrender of the vXi the beginning of the nJill of the people will as soon as Senators are jfcect popular vote Just hq calibre of men In aly be increasedq 4 earned Stanford Jr 1 utterance to matter of war says cle to its Ill be nq bee usq the money lenders will not permit pnythlng which will impair the loans they have made All civilized nations are owned or controlled for they say there is a difference be tween owning and controlling a rallmd though some of us can not quite grasp the distinction Tho men who make the war loans control all the civilized nations The Spltzenberger is not controlled Neither Is the FIJI Tho uncles of the kings control the others Emperors and kings and parliaments may not declare war to satisfy a whim defend their honor or even to right a wrong until they have se cured the permission of their uncle There is no danger of war but there Is grave danger that the war debt may be doubled Eur opes war debt IB 26000000000 Onethird of all the money In the world is due on the war debt of Europe alone The Rothschilds and other money lending families abso lutely control the situation Nine tentlu of the war scares In Europe and elsewhere are made by crafty statesmen and n yellow press to divert the attention of the people from reforms they are demanding Tho spending of money for arma ment the borrowing of enormous sums and shouldering the debt upon future generations to be taken in taxes from the peasants is something more than a question of financeIt IE a moral question The placing of a tyrannous burden on the poor of 1 future generations is only one of tho Indictments to be drawn against warMr Jordan Is a student of history and of nations The alarmists in the United States should give heed to his words War and rumors of war are only intended for the I benefit of the money lenders the loan sharks of the nations GIVE THEM REST All over the country the movement 10 close the nostofflces on Sunday ilJ gaining momentum The Kentucky Irish American heartily approves this reform and would urge that the Louisville Postoffice be closed on Sunday The great majority of business men permit their com mercial affairs to rest this ono day Surely there can be no denial of the fact that postal clerks and carriers are entitled to their day of rest This privilege has been granted a number of cities and with little effort it is reasonable to expect that Louisville would be added to the list- PROHIBJTiON A FAILURE Prohibition has proven a failure in Tennessee It has been tried and found wanting As a result the Mayors of Memphis Nashville Knoxville and Chattanooga have conferred and will wait on the present Legislature In an effort to havo the obnoxious prohibition laws rel ealedThe law lit Tennessee has not bend enforced yet this does not mean that It could not be en forced It means rather that the people of the cities concerned had doubts as to the desirability of the law or convictions to the effect that the law was undesirable In evry State where prohibition has been legalized it has proved a farce Even the United States army has provided an Instance aof the folly of those who would seek to reform by coercive measures Iii every instance whore prohibition hall been legalized the cities and com munities effected have been flooded with Kad whisky and worse beer It is time that the leading prohibition ists were realizing these facts PLAIN TRUTH Hon Benjamin Hooper the new Governor of Tennessee in prefacing his Inaugural address last Wednes day said It does not behoove us to soothe ourselves with selflaudation either on the account of our glorious his tory and traditions or because of the magnificent natural resources of ur States We are entitled to no credit either for a proud or dis tinguished ancestry or for the unexcelled variety of our climate products and resources It is the manner in which we are conserving end developing our resources and the degree of liberty enllghtment end ptortunlty we are giving our Pjwfple that can confer distinction upon our citizenship establish our ank as a state and fix our place In tlstoryjjoutbernersrna7b7 I enjoyed like thoughts but few have given them utterances in such a convincing manner It 1Is time for the South to bo up and ding The Catholic church in America is sadly suffering these days A week ago the diocese ot Indianapolis lost three priests through death This week two Louisville priests and a lay brother died The diocese of Covington lost nine of Its clergymen within the last six months Various other dioceses have suffered Josses and only last week the papers noted the fact that ten New York clergymen were confined In hospitals God is good He will raise up other able men to take the places of the ti and deceased The Post is making a crusade against Louisvilles police force be cause certain police officers arrested a new found friend of the editor The Posts Idea of a good policeman iSs one that will deliver the copies of that journal from an automobile a la Luchsinger When Capt Foster was assaulting citizens a year or so abo the Post was loud In its praise or the Louisville police force Time changes many things No man or woman should become too much interested in bad gossip concerning their neighbors but pray that tho worst things about them selves will n ttbe found out The selfseeker usually gets on the toboggan In due course then what a fall my countrymen It is astonishing how the minor Itles of today claim to represent the people THETA CLUB Elects Officers and DIs cusses the Yearss Affairs The Theta Club a sociall organiza tion composed of graduates of St Xavers College has elected the following officers for the ensuing year President Barry J Meehan Vice President Francis J Higgins Secretary William P Kelly Treasurer Martin E Ridge Manager A J Ohllgschlager An elaborate Dutch lunch followed the election officers and President Meohan ofII a brief address on fellowship outlined 1plans for the yearII The members of the Duane J A Doll Frank J Higgins J J Glceson A L Hoerter W P i Kelly J E Klein J A Kolb Barry J Meehan A J Ohllgschlager Mar tin E Ridge B B Schleman and G J Vledemer Tho Theta Club was organized on March 25 1910 and its objects are TO promote iraternaiism aim good gradIuatesthe respective members and each member is entitled to bring a young i lady The club is entertained at cards and music and a luncheon and smoker follow OPENING OF NtiW STORE The Abe C Levi Company will open its new store at 417 Fourth avenue on Monday January 30 It will be an emporium for sllkc linens manIagersville The general public Is cor dially invited to attend the opening and Inspect the superb stock I GERMANS IX CANADA The Archdiocese of Montreal has I twolofIts cosmopolitan organization win shortly bo increased by the establish ment of a German parish The sub jects of tho Kaiser think themselves In sufficient number In Montreal to have a church of their own and tho religious authorities Interviewed on the question have agreed COFFEE SOClAlj A J EUCHRE t A coffeo social and euchre for benefit of St Anns church will be given in the school hall Seventh and Davles avenue on Wednesday after noon and evening February 15 The coffee social will begin at 2 oclock I and the euchre game will be called at 8 oclock Tickets ot admjsslon I are twentyfive cents This will bo almost enjoyable entertainment and should attract a large attendance i COVINGTON The Kenton County Commis Covington himIselfCountyBoardsoar Dr Kearns has given special attention to tho duties of his office beingIVISITOR FROM OWENSBORO Charles Dora the leading me chant tailor of Owensboro spent soy eral days this week visiting friends In Louisville Mr Dorn lsa leader In YM I and Knights of Columbus circles In OweisboroDurlnglllil stay here he paid a visit to old friends In tho office of the Kentucky Irish American RUIMNXG SITE PURCHASED fisliopODonaghuehas purehasLa pleeda ot property extending along Broadway 105 feet etInlte site will be tiaejl for have not been wade f l y- 1 SOCIETY 11- L Jta soe Mrs Mary Shea has as her guest this week Miss Margaret Miller ot Central City Mrs James A Wathen of the Highlands spent last week with rel atives at Lebanon Miss Margaret McKenna or Fair field was a week end visitor to friends in this city Mrs Dan Haager returned Satur day from a visit to Mrs Isadora Caljes at Pewee Valley Miss John Nichols has returned from Vine Grove where she visited her sister Mrs Alice Purcell Mrs Mary Chawk who has been 111 for some time is improving rap idly and ablo to see her friends I IMrlt Thomas McGuire of South Louisville has been entertaining Mrs Edward Rlriey of Peru lad Mr and Mrs E J Langan and daughter Miss Nell Langan left Monday for a visit to friends In St Louis Mss Margaret Wathen gave a luncheon and matinee party in honor of Miss Mina Oliver of Wheeling W VaMiss Anna Rlhn spent last week at Bardstown where she was the guest of her cousin Mrs Charles Edelln Miss Maeme Keaney has gone to Memphis to spend several weeks with her sister Mrs George M Wilson Mrs OBrian of Shephedsyllle has been the guest of her grand daughter Mrs Hugh Welch In South Louisville Mrs J C Halo and son who were guests of her mother Mrs Mary Murphy In South Louisville have returned to their home at Howell Ind Mr and Mrs Charles Crush enter tained a number of friends at a de lightful evening dinner at their home on Edgowood avenue last Monday Miss Margaret Doherty and brother Harry Doherty of Terre Haute were members of the house party entertained this week by Miss Ida V Kellner at her home on East Broadway Miss Margaret Murphy was hostess to the Young Ladles Euchre Club d Tuesday evening at her home In Portland The entertainment was one of the most enjoyable of the winter series j Misses Clara and Theresa Sullivan ot Grand Rapids who have been 1111thel hmi efrl 1eil by Miss DlancheUiergetI Cornelius McBarron John McDar ron Mrs Peter Fougerrouso and Mrs Mary Gregolre of New Albany went to Evansvllle to attend the fu neral of the lamented Father Eugene McBarron who was their cousin William Bachman and bride who was Miss Mary Blndner are at home to their friends at 1601 Bank street They were quietly married last week at st Patricks Rev James P Cronin V G performing the ceremony Miss Mary Collins and John J Cuslck popular young people of St Louis Bertrands parish will be united In matrimony on February I1 The fortunate groom holds a responsible position at James Greenes furniture store Mr and Mrs Gregory ORourke left last Friday to visit John Mc Auliffe and Mr and Mrs J D Hendricks of Memphis Tenn After a visit of ten days they will return In company with Mr Hendricks who expects to spend a week or more in Louisville Miss Margaret Regina Stocth and John P Barrett were united In mari ThursIdaythe wedding ceremony A host of friends were present and later offered their best wishes for a safe and happy journey on tho seas otII IDatrlmonyIMrs Jonathan Roberts of Pleas urevllle who was removed to StJo sephs Infirmary two weeks ago to undergo a dplicate operation Is re ported out of danger and now hopes are entertained for her Complete recovered Before ber marriage Mrs Roberts resided in Louisville and will be remembered as Winnie Lyons A wedding announcement of Inter est in society crlcles is that of Miss I CIGnau1111shedand popular daughter of Mr and Mrs M J Gathof and the groom is a widely known and highly respected young man The date for their marriage has not yet been an nouncedI Miss Berna Pulford entertained Monday evening at her home in I Crescent Hill in honor of Miss Laura Hark who will leave shortly to visit relatives in the South Her guests were Misses Laura Clark Mary Keely Geneva Keely Loretta Desse Rose Oechsll Messrs Lind say Carter Jack Embry Harry Minor James Elliott Hunt Gordon and Thomas Koope- rsuccESsvUG t SOLICITOR J MM qiar OConnor is visiting Cath1o1SeI of the r untrya most useful And I ftJOInOfr solic Cau iting BUuBerlpUoriB wfcrever she pan YlclUdtkndi feels sure pf ascurlntf a j 1 = o D n large number of subscribers InILouisville The magazine which represents is tho official organ of Catholic Church Extension Society an organization that has the approval ot the Pope and has been placed un der the protection of Cardinal Mar tlnelll HUSTLING Phil Sheridan Council Is Live Wire of the Y M I Phil Sheridan Council No 230 of Bellovue held a special meeting on Sunday January 22 and had about fifty present out of a membership of seventyfive Special Deputy Grand President George J Lautz of Louis ville paid the council an official visit representing Grand President Litton who was unable to make the trip Phil Sheridan Council was found in good shape having recently bought Its own home and with a little effort on tho part of its pres ent able officers and members It is xpected that it will be almost paid for during the present year The council pays sick and funeral bene fits besides providing nice quarters where the young men or Bellevuo can spend pleasant evenings A committee of five was appointed to arrange for a class Initiation and all present pledged themselves to secure at least one candidate for admission into the order Addresses were made by Deputy George J Lautz Grand Director Jo seph A Cassidy President M Metze John Hlls and others Grand Presi dent Bezdld who arrived late pledged himself to work for the good of Phil Sheridan Council and also to endeavor to organize new councils In Covlngton Newport Day ton and other towns in that section of Kentucky Encouraged by the pastors of the local churches 1911 will surely be a banner year for Phil Sheridan Council and th- eYMI IN MEMORIAM The Holy Name Society of St Louis Bertrand church assembled in extraordinary session on account of the death of Its Spiritual Director Rev William R Dunn O P took cognisance of his demise and after appointing proper committees for his obsequies it was the sense of the society that IWhereas The Catholic church Fathers the parish or St Louis Bertrand and the Holy Name Society have lost a faithful thepassingDunn and- Whereas His services to the church to tho Dominicans to St Louis Bertrand parish and to tho Holy Name Society dre appreciated by us his humble friends therefore bo it IResohed That we the members InIDivine Saviour In this time of trouble and distress and be it furtherResolved That we make a suitable approprlat on 107 masses for the I repose of his soul that the minutes pagedevotedone month every member shall re member our deceased chaplain In his prayers and be it further Resolved That a copy of these resolutions be furnished to the im mediate relatives of Father Dunn papersTheM J GeorgeMotschmann anagh William J Connelly and Camden McAtec CONCERTS AXD MINSTRELS A series of grand concerts and minstrel shows will be given for the benefit of St Augustines church in the school hall 1409 West TuesdayWednesdayeveningsFebruarywill be only twentyfive cents St Augustines concerts and minstrel performances are always popular theirheartseffortstoFOIOTl HOURS PltAKER The Forty Hours prayer In this city will take place next at St Vincent do Pauls church Shelby and Oak streets beginning at tho high mass tomorrow morning and coming to a close Tuesday Tile pastor Rev Father Thome will conduct the beautiful devotions which will bo marked by all the impressive ceremonial of the Cath olic church 1 OU ST CECILIAS Tho Ladles Altar Society of St Cecilias church will give a euchre in St Cecilias Hall 2521 St Cecilia street on the afternoon and evening of Wednesday February 22 The afternoon game will be called at 230 oclock and the evening game at 830 Tickets of admission are twentyfive cents and fifteen cents extra will be charged for supper The prizes will be numerous and useful TRUSTEES ELEOTEO At the annual meeting this week of the people or St Mary congrega tion in New Albany the following gentlemen were elected Trustees forth ensuing year Louis Stein Chris topher Reising Adolph Day Peter Fetter Jr Joseph Zimmermann Sr and John Walters SODALITY EUCHRE The Young Ladles Sodality of St Augustines church In Jerrersonvllle will entertain with a euchre and reception at the Elks Hall in that city on the evening of Wednesday February 15 AH the friends of the young ladles are cordially invited to attend and are aeaured an evening or much pleasure Toe committee in charg i iis composed ot Misses Mary Kaaaer May Boyle Julia Jiul1eDctiiuqaXJuaecn- t j 1 h- d jj OPENINGI Monday January 29 1911 I ARE C6 LEVI CO 417 FOURTH AVENUE Invites the readers of the Kentucky Irish American and especially the ladies to visit our opening next Monday and inspect the newest finest and most complete line of SILKS AND LINENS Ever exhibited in Louisville You will be welcome at any hour of the day Monday and also on any day thereafterJ STEWART DRY GOODS CO Business Established Years JEW YOltt STORE The Household Club Plan And What It Means to the Man of Modest Circumstances The Household Club Plan was created for the benefit of the purchaser of modest means who desires the best and most substantial Furniture Carpets Rugs China Kitchen Cabinets Curtains Sewing Machines Refrigerators House Furnishings Etc For his home and not the necessary money to pay cash By this plan the necessary purchases may be made and payments there for made on a weekly or monthly basis as best suits you Those who purchase on this easy payment plan do so at ADVERTISED PRICES AND ARE ON THE SAME BASIS AS CASH CUSTOMERS The fees which are charged for the various clubs are as follows 1 A nominal fee is charged for joining the club The fee IS L tort to 0 cub 3 or t e 100 c u an o Ie club etc 2 Ten per cent of purchase is paid at time of purchase 3 Minimum payments are as follows Purchases to 25 payments 1 a week 4 a month Purchases 25 to 50 payments 150 a week 6 a month Purchases 50 to 75 payments 175 a week 7 a month Purchases 75 to 100 payments 2 a week 8 a month etc etc these payments to continue until the amount of sam equals the cost of the goods Full particulars may be had at credit office fourth floor STEWART DRY GOODS CO looepate M CONNECTION WITH LINES McCBEEBY 4 W NEW YORK 1 DONT FAIL TO ATTEND THE M S MOSES CO SENSATIONAL END OF SEASON SALE Rock bottom priceson all Mens Boys and Childrens Suits Over coats Shoes Hats and Heavy Furnishings Mens 18 Suits now 945rr Mens 18 Overcoats now 945 Boys 4 Suits now 195 t Ail other goods at the same proportion j M Sm MOSES COm m INCORPORATED 514516 WEST MARKET STREET ARTHUR L KINSELLA Manager THE NEW AVENUE NEW FOR THE NEW YEAR Reserved Seats All Lower Floor Front Rows Earn Circle Baok Rows Farr Clreli 50 351 251 No Higher SixtyThree Ago NEXT WEE K PRICES SIS I HOPKINS I Matinees Twisty Thursday Saturday 25II CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Pic ture Houses In Louisville Catering especially to Ladles and Child- renCOLUMBIA5c Under the same jnanascemeat Prdh wtfttiag only the standard productions btotoric dramatic asd conic 0- i 4- yS l Lvd HOPKINS THEATERr High Class VaudevilleA- ND Motion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENTS Three shows dally Su1ayloaUr7 uous andSbapecanCall and see U8i q s 4j itS i 1 KENTUOKY IRISH AlIfERXOAN I I444 4 Gran weSmitIjSon AL SMITH Propri Funeral Director andpbalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occ lotfbori Notice 809 W JEFFERSOTREETtIa TELEPHONE 8j HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 J Jt+ BARRE S SONS FUNERAL DI TORS AND EMBAIERSa lets East M Street 4 MMMM I HMMtH + + 44 + D J DOUGHERTY J S J MCBLLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTTFu- neral Director ndd EmbalmersB Both Phonos 2998 CAES FURNISHED FOR ALL 3CCA8IONS All Calls Answer mplly Diy or Night f 1231 WEST D IT STREE- Tc44 t tt tIt ++ FINE WINES CHAMPAGNES AJUKOLB345 Vpt Green StreetLIQUORS I CIOARB w H u UJ r THOMAS K ENAN Funeral Director I Embalmer TELEPHON 65 AH calls promptly ttter1 to day or night Carriages furulshe rail occasion I 1225 W MARKET ST PP Independent of flli Undertakers KATIE AG es SMITH LADY e BALMER Wuhlng and Eesslng Ladles and Chlldrt a Specialty HOME nlONK 1O77 CBe THOMPSON 1OisrLr ONE STORE Rosebu s a Specialty Floral Designs 532 FOURTH AVBNUE B- All h Telephones 10SO orders receive prompt attentloa and satisfaction guaranteed PRIVATE HOSPITALFO- RTHE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonvllle Indi own and manage a private hospital for the care and treatment of Insane and epileptic patients Both male and ferrule patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Anne Jelferionvllle tad GET YOUR BARGAINS tY TIlE WINTER a Shoat Pork House OUR THIRD SEASON CatstoRound Steak lOc Sirloin Steak lOc Teabone Steak lOc Clubhouse Steak lOc Rib Steak lOc Chuck Steak 31bs 25- rPorterhouse Steak 10c Pure Hog Lard 12 4 Choice Roasts per lb 8 and l All cuts of Pork per Ib 12 Odds and Ends per Ib 5- CountrySausagebOc per lb Preston St near Lynn i HERRMANN BROS IBIJORTERS DINE WINES AND LIQUORSI pfetllters and WhoUwal Deal oral in Finest Brands of Kec lucky WbtokiMi e p clally l Pearl of Nelson I 0a BOTTLED JNIONP Tl 1Nt ZS4 SIXTH tf111- a r 7V1c tULEVSII WednesdayNlghts RAYMOND HITCHCOCK iu The Man Who Owns Broadway W C CUNNINGHAM II A HICKS i I WILLARD HOTEL J I KENTUCKY HOTEL COMPANY IncorporatedII 1 Special attention given to traveling men Best In the city for the money Have your mall addressed in our care First class sample room- sAMERICAN PLAN RATES 200 and 250 With Bath 300 BERT HICKS Manager Center and Jefferson Sls Opp Court House t 6Has fl Rogers r a BOOK GO f 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 J Books Magazines and Religious Articles OB liVERY DEBORHTIOIf 434 West Jefferson Street I J JLBrBwnfieldCoJ L 553 THIRD ST j Engineer and Contractor STEAM and HOT WATER HEATING Dont Build Without Seeing Me Home Phone 784- 6CENTRAL Incorporated FURNITURE Coe i N W Cor Third and Green Sts We furnish the home come plete on easy payments WM CALLAOIIAN Mgr Sales Dept ARCHBISHOP IRELAND ILL Associated Press dispatches on Thursday announced the Illness tlf Archbishop Ireland of St Paul The IIllustrious prelate was seized with some aliment while en route to Ann oncWednesday to assist at the con ecra Dc3LOcThomas tho Apostle who has been DetroitcAccording to the latest advises Archbishop Irelands ll1nesls + ot considered serious ST MARYS PARISH ITho members of St Marys con gregation have arranged to give puchro for the benefit of St Marys church on the afternoon and evening of Wednesday February 1 Th euchre will be played In the school hall Eifhtl tretnear Sraypon The afternoon fajnea will W called at S ocjock and the evening gamesi at8UiOckH1crThemtprlae1lnr MJ5 lii sold but thew will M trophltIETM il I 0 lJit 1bwh HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolrg the Put WeekQeneral- News Notes With a charter list of forty Division 70 has been launched in Boston Division 8 of Springfield Mass made a net gain of ninety members last year Division 1 of Bangor Maine has contributed 160 to the Irish home rule cause National President Regan was the orator at the Installation of Division I 1 of St Paul- Worcester r county Mass has thir tythree divisions and a membership of over 3400 Boston Hibernians will make this years St Patricks day parade the best held in years Division 2 of Manchester N H had a very successful and largely attended ladles nightII I The Ladles Auxiliary meets Pleas11IngI has a membership of 270 After paying out 800 IB sick and funeral benefits a healthy treasury remains The New York State Board has decided to offer a number of cash prizes for the counties showing the best percentage of gain during the coming year Ladles Auxiliary 6 of St Paul presented a gold watch and cut glass berry set to Mrs E Sullivan and I Mrs Scott the retiring President and Secretary Dlvinlon 2 will meet next Wednes day at Campbell and Broadway All members are urged to attend and assist in the reception of the newly elected candidates President John Conway will this year endeavor to double the mem bership of the night workers divis ion in Boston which is composed mostly of printers At the annual banquet of the di vision at Olean N Y It was an nounced that the membership In creased last year Another class was Initiated this week Hibernians of Pueblo through State Vice President Feely present ed the Colorado State Chaplain Rev T J Wolohan with a hand some goldmounted umbrella State President Brown who had been making a tour of New York I State while In Syracuse declared that he found the Ancient Order everywhere in splendid condition Quito a number of presentations were made last week at the meet- Ings of the auxiliaries in Indian apolis The gifts Included a gold ring silver purse Jeweled locket and handsome floral tributes The installation of officers for the division and auxiliary at Pueblo Col was conducted by the State asI sisted by Capt James Walpple and his company of Hibernian Knights National President Joseph McLaughlin will lead the grand march l at the annual ball of the Hlbqrnlans of Philadelphia on the night of Jan uary 30 The Hibernian ball Is the largest of the year in the Quaker CityNew York Hibernians have determined to make the parade and celebration on March 17 next the most impressive ever witnessed in the annals of the great metropolis the greatest Irish renter on the face of the globe The Boston Hibernian says State President Dillon could go to the State House In Boston and procure I enough legislators to hold a large size meeting of the Ancient Order All would be in possession Of the current pass word Five hundred people enjoyed the hospitality of the division at Leroy- N Y when the members enter tained tho State Chaplain State i prpmlnentdivision has a membership of 175 The Ladles Auxiliary of Duluth held an open installation in Cathe dral Hall Rev Father Lydon de livered an address and In behalf of the members Mrs Mae Hammlll State Vice President presented Mrs Sarah Murphy retiring President with a beautiful emblem ring Mrs P H McNellEiof Indian apolis State Chairman of the La tlommltteehasj Introducing the study of Irish Ills tory in the schools She presided att a big meeting last Friday which was attended by many outside the order County President Donnelly thus Instructed the St Patricks day com mittee at Indianapolis Let your plans be such that the celebration will bo Statewide and that every Irishman and Irishmans son and grandson In this State will be prouder than ever to be of Irish lineageConspicuous for tho members present and the enthusiasm and goodi fellowship was the thirtieth anni versary of Division 2 at Bellows Falls Vt Families of membersi four priests State and county offi cers and the Ladles Auxiliary were guests of the grand old order and enjoyed the most successful celebrai tion yet held In Vermont MOTION PICTURES Beautiful scenes exquisitely at tractive comedy views and pictures that are instructive and delightfully entertaining combine to make the programme for the Casino andj Orpheuin picture houses surpass nearly all exhibited here this season Many notable films have been shown but tIs doubtful If they equal those that willbe offered next week aAIASO 10 The Masonic Theater will present attractionesi Monday night when PeWplf Hopper and Louise Dresser will open anl angajjenient for four performancesl1 l1inl the latest New Y success AI Matinee Idol They wilt be sup ported tjr the company that produced itllill play four months at Dalys and the Lyric Theater in New York tUit y n f j TWO MEN Dill Brown is deadl Upstairs in grief His widow weepS while down be low The neighbors now in charge o things Are softly moving to and fro And now and then come men to speak Their words of sympathy and cheer To sound tho praises of poor Brown And place their roses on his bier Across the street Tom Green plods on fightToclothed nightAgoodHescheerButflowers To decorate a dead mans bier Brown doesnt know whats going on But poor Tom Green across the way SaysIll9tavoday mypralsesITheyll all rush up to boost poor me The minute that they hear Im dead Detroit Free Press POPULAR APPOINTMENT AlbanyhasGameWardenment was made on the recommenda tlon of Hon Michael C Thornton NewAlbanysTomCannonSIZED UP RIGHT millionstothe same time makes slaves pearnersphilanthropist he Is a Simon Legree whose whiplash stings as severely slavedriverFATHER GUERIX TRANSFERRED haslieenbeentransferredville Father Guerin had become hisdeparturegret DELIGHTED We are delighted to learn that the crosseyed Individual who fashions ladieshassweeping away all puffs rats baled hay Chinese queues frizzles and frazzles and thlngembobs of all kinds l which tyrant fashion obliged ladles to put on their heads God made the head of a woman symmetrical and covered It with a mantle of tryingtoarged potato and succeeded The newest fashionr at least It was last Monday is to part the hair in the middle and tie It In a knot behind out of the way Exchanges may lift this joyful information without t credit CHRISTIAN MOTHER i WJuerteln lies the strength of the Christian mother It Is In her vir tues Her modesty captivates and cammlaivds the respteet of all Hertdevotion and lSelCsacrltlchlg spirit teach n lesson worthy of imitation and her wisdom and selfpoise aro nnltghlening aleI reassuring to those around her Such a one Is a iplllar of strength to the home and a guide and counsellor to the I society In which she lives Her power JOT good is only limited by her dnivlronment I nnd thl result of hfcr goOd examples i visibly marKed In those who makeup i the circle of her friends i I TINTS ON STYLE h Long coats of water moire silkI are made In Paris tight fitting enveloping the wearer front head to footFor evening wear gold or silver tulle turbans are seen with tall aigrettes or grpups of marabout feathersChains are no longer In evidence for the black velvet bags all have long silk cords by which to swing them from the arm Hugo sailor or long collars of fur or fancy fabrics mark the 1911 evening coat and bands of fur are M the foot of many Fine threads fine dots fine meshes and a general delicacy of structure and design are Predom- Inating features of the new veils Marabou feathers are much used and as the latest novelty cocks feathers dyed to match the primary colors of the gown have arrivedNew scarfs already planned to replace fur stoles are of sort thin breltschwantz lined with old cache mire silk about the heck the edgo turns over a little to show the liningWide t braids are used in perpendicular bands and panels and in circular rows on skirts and In fancy sections here and there on both coats and skirts and for cuffs and collars pn coatsIParia has a sensation in the launching of the trouser skirt a daring Idea but not so daring in appearance as it Is reported to rather closely resemble the well known divided riding sklrtt HAM BAKED IN MILK A delicious way to prepare ba Is as follows Get a slice of ha l about one and one1alt Inches thick place in a shalloW pan and cover with milk Bake In a slow oyn until milk has caked Into the ham and until the haul la a Hgftt brown on top Gravy IIs jnad by adding milk to he greane which re noised in the jjati after jam ha ben restored and then thlrl en with i flourj 1 I l t e IRELAND Record of the Most Important of fthe Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The death of Mrs P M OReilly at Granard County Longford Is muchregretted The death of John Belrne at Halllnamoro Is much regretted throughout Leltrlm The death is announced of John Parker a much respected resident of Kllmood County Down The dignity of Canon has been conferred on Father OConnor the pastor of Gurteen County Sligo The death has occurred at Kllkee County Clare of Poole Uabbett lie was formerly Secretary to the old County Limerick grand jury The local Government Board has sanctioned the appointment of Mrs Margaret OShaughnessy as tem porary Clerk of the Olin Rural Council John Chorleton who lives near Beragh County Tyrone and has reached his one hundred and eighth year recorded his vote at the last general election Conel1yCountyTurbid parIah church a handsome brass lectern In memory of his father and mother Kerryfortotal Parliamentary and Local Gov ernment electors of 27038 as against 27223 for 1910 There being no criminal business JudgeCookegloves His Honor returned thanks and sala it was an auspicious beginning of the new year 1 poorlawnot more than half a persons have left each of the Western workhouses except that of Tuam where the Inmates have gone outArising out of party riots atI daySergeantPettySessionsArchibald Williamson Solomon Calvin and William Sloan with disorderly conduct The appeal for funds for the destitute families of the fishermen whoa few weeks ago lost their lives In Arklow Bay Is receiving generous support Most Rev Dr Walsh Archbishop of Dublin heads the list with a check for 500 Much regret Is felt In Carlow at the death of Michael P Tynan who was Intimately connected with the commercial life of the town The Most Rev Dr Foley presided at the verylargoA young man named Daniel Crowley of Ratteen while working on a large crane at llaulbowllne dock at Cork slipped and fell a dIs- tance of sixtyfive feet sustaining n j compound fracture of the skull and other Injuries tb which he succumbed The lato Anthony J Staunton of Swlnford whose death occurred recently was a well known figure in 1 the public life of Mayo He had been for many years a member of Swinford District Council and Board of Guardians and acted as Chair man of the latter body for ten years Sir Robert Anderson J P of Mullaghmore who some months ago established blouse factory In the town of Monaghan has suc ceeded so well with his enterprise that ho intends erecting a new building capable of accommodating an increased number of workers and I of securing a llargely Increased out = putII The mortal remains of James P- Pegan the fireman who lost his life s jjmricks churchyard The members of the Newry Fire Brigade and em ployes of the Urban Council walked In processional order behind the rearse The chief mourners wete the deceaseds sons The IDUTnI crease as parental authority diminishes As external agencies draw the child away from the influence of the parents the letters j duties must be fulfilled the more carefully Against overy suggestion offered by the world the home must carry a countersuggestion The school and the church can do much but they can do but little unless the parents fill In and round out the childs character by wise home training Tho parents have access to the sanctuary or the childs heart and It devolves upon them so to train it to ways of virtue that the child will be fittest tq battle success fully when the worlds allurements and temptations shall exert their ter rlblo influence Many a parent who note sorrows for a childs wayward ness was recreant to duty when tho child was young NOT A UEHBARSA1J The Inquisitive man saw a hearse start away from a house at the head of a funeral procession Whos dead ho asked tho cor ner grocer who was standing In his door watching the funeral start Chon Schmidt answered the grocerJohn Smith J exclaimed theIother You dont mean to say I John Smith Is dead I Veil w golly rejoined th- egrocervot you dink deg doing unit him practicing heyII II MOST EGOS A EI j themi dozen eggs sold In Now York City as fresh are more than a year old BATL JOIUf Pita fa1 really a deiicoui way to gndei I + porkbjtnsn G a f 4a k FRANK FE11R- aBREWINi en I wBrewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KYiOURr SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENN ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED 5 3xeVILLJL1- r T FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadwayand ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Homo 76717672 Cumb Wtst 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone fyij lI- J3IiWIEDEMANNINccaro- EATEDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN E FRANK WALTERS 0 Clay Street Brewer 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KAY JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE ttt c FORjj Furniturej o Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WMf MAYER 419 W MARKET ST Give your boys an education that will pre pare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the XaverUn mothers Clsslcat Scientific and Business Courses Preparatory De pmrtment Iarge 3wln mlnB Peol Well Equipped Gymnasium Terns Moderate Bro James Dir ibatter made of one egg which Is beaten and stirred Into two tablespoonfuls I of flour then fry on both sides THE THIRD AVO1U 0 Ill bet you anything you like said Jones to Brown that you cant spell three simple words Ill give you wlthIn twenty seconds Ill take It on What are they said Brown I Nell hero goesJones said as he pulled his watch Believe BeHeve Receive Re- ceIve Wrong said Jones What exclaimed Brown Ive spelt the two words you gave me correctly Im certain Im not Times upI Jones said triumph antly Why didnt you spell the third word wrong TOOK IT OFF EmployerHero what does thistmean My telephones been takeout n VI rorticeDorSureII D offtrip boy next door laM boa would IIco to nee it and 1 nltlnto hJml but say r had an awful iiine net itteff d1 wallII u BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- tleleotrope Etq Cemetery Work a gpelaltyR- EASONABLRPRICES JACOB SCI THE FLO 550 S FOURT Both Phones 22 HENRY AAIJPU DYER AND CLEARS Ladles and Gents Wearin A WORK GUARANTEED Phna63S 528 Fifth 5- ftNYII twz1riiii Stapleeand Fancyu A FIRSTCLASS SA- INCONNE TI Old Wliiikles a Specia- ltyMONON tl ara Pilaum 40 WIV j BETWEE Y LOUISVIUE ANDC l lBEST LINE TQ Frend and fllir o- e A o KENTUOKY JRISHAtt1 RIOAN toeNNiNNNNNgNN + NNiNNNNONNNNN- N N N NtNNN NNN N iNN NN NNSNN PROMINENT CITIZENS 1 RECOMMEND DR HOODS MAY BLOSSOM HONEY remedy for Coughs Asthma Bron When well known men recommend chitis Consumption etc it must be a remedy of great merit Hundreds of people recommend Dr Hoods May Blossom Honey We print a few testimonials record of curing consumption after all other remedies have below It has a other anodyne poisons which are so dangerous failed It contains no morphine a I in other cough remedies These poisonous cough remedies frequently ruin children making them weaklings for life May Blossom Honey contains 1none of these poisons IIt is absolutely harmless yet infallibly relieves croup andwhooping coughLouisville Ky Dec 13 1910 i MAY BLOSSOM HONEY CO suffered more or less with an affliction ofthirtyGentlemen I have for the past years Fot the past ten daySeverything on thtEnarkettime almostthe throat During this I tried famHoney and I must say that the relief is so marked that I have been using May Blossom troubles will havefor another month myofyour remedyconfident that with a R PFLANZ RespectfullyJOHNI entirely disappeared Jailer Jefferson County Kentucky Louisville Ky November 17 1910 that I have had occasion to use May Bioswill t i Dear Sir and In have response observed to your its inquiry effects when say used by others and in my opinion it is the Honey 11most effective West Market remedY StreetEDWARDfor the ailments for WhiCh it is recommended SCHOPPENHORST Very sincerely yours Price Twentyfive Cents Per Bottle at All Druggists fl MAY BLOSSOM HONEY CO rCORPORASEDLOUISVILLE KENTUCKY SEVENTH AND BROADWAY NNMN NNNNNNNNNN OfONNNN NN For Your + HNNNNNNIN Furniture Wants1E 11- Iil I WANT YOUR TR I My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENEI i Streeti+ OgNNN Piano Values==Our Methods In advertising our piano values and our methods It is our purpose to advise with all along intelligent linesthe course of real worth for the A to pursue in selecting a pianoone money you invest We are confident of having the largest A 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 firstpayment Our policy must convince even the most doubt Agut our superior service in treating one customer the same q as another and Is a point to he well considered when pur chasing a piano We invite inspections and comparison MONTENEGRORIEHM J l MUSIC CO dIncorporated 68S080 FOURTH AVENUE HHUUuuMKnooo 1 GIVE A REBATE TICKET Good for ten cents in trade with my New Blend Coffee at 2l2bsI 65c Phone a Trial Order JOHN M MULLOY Pho0i m191 W 1 ARKI T FJTRI IET NNONNNN NNN J3WANT YOUR WORK 11wetepromptlylfndI II RlNTINGCards Bill Heads Letter Heads IICirculars Dodgers Etc Dance nd Wedding Invitations a Specialty HOME PHONE 9- 46ii1JCKY IRISH AMERICAN 810 zt B ialk GHtBSCIW 19Ti i r GEHEQSON 215 WEST MARKET STREET axis TUX CKIBBRATKD MORTHH STAR REFRIGERATOR- The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Comblivara6r a few but all features of practMuI value that are consldorad dc ln ere eelrable fait Gsa Range Ac QUICK MEAL blur NO BQUAL ftrirt hgh la tb wtlmatjon of tit 7- y n RNIGDTSOF dOLMBIlS Late News That Will Intercst Members Here and Elsewhere A slx day Klrmess will be given by the Knights of Minneapolis next monthThe order Is making rapid strides In the West Scarcely a week passes without an exemplification in the large cities of Kansas The council at Richmond Ind where the next State convention will be held will endeavor to have a class of fifty to Initiate in May Seventy candidates received the three degrees at the initiation at Brainard Minn Many visitor were present and 250 enjoyed tho banquetMembers of the order from allover the country attended tHe char Ity ball held last night in New York City which was the event ot the winter In the Metropolis Vermont is the sixteenth State Ito make Columbus day a legal holiday It is expected that the same will be done In a number of other State where Legislatures are now in sea slon Plans have been completed fpr the consolidation of the thecouiicl- at I18 Waterbury Conn under ith name of Sheridan Council It wl11 be one of the largest in New England x The new council at Spearvllle Ian starts out with twentysevei new members twentyfive transfers and an insurance membership of thirty Another class will lie added during the spring Last Sunday at Niagara Falls State Deputy Lawler of Lansing Mich exemplified the third degree before one of the largest gathering of Knights ever assembled ln Western New York Deputy Lawler IIs Attorney General ofMlchlgah i AVL2LCUMK VISITOR r Patrick OConnell of Sulphur one of the oldest and most widelY known residents of Henry county was a welcome visitor to the Ken tucky Irish American this week for which ho was one of the first subscribers Mr OConnell is ia native of Ireland where he was boron July 4 eightytwo years ago but despite his age he vls more active than many men thirty years younger While in the city he will hltrtho nest of his son David OCongell I 1029 East Washington streetds fore returning to Henry county the aged visitor will be entertained bj1 his grandchildren and great grandchildren Mr OConnell was a res ident of this city sixty years ago and remembers all the happenings oi Bloody Monday WALSH QliTS GOOD 1LACK Daniel Walsh Sfor many year a prominent merchant lif New AI bany and an active workgr for the Democratic party was last Saturday named as Deputy Oil IInspector ror the New Albany district Ibrlames Fry State 011 Inspector of Indiana The New Albany district 14 as im portant as any of the forty in the State and the State Inspector is be- Ing commended for his wisdom in appointing Deputy Walsh VIM will prove efficient and altUfulrin the erformanco of his dutiesf HAPPY EVENT Major and Mrs Patrick Ridge celebrated the thirtysecond anniversary of their marriage at their ome 1215 East Broadway last Sunday Quite a largo circle of rlends and relatives assembled to tier their congratulations aa4 express the hope that the Major toI bls beloved wife would live to Jrate their golden weddtaV gtuests were provided with a boun tQOUB supper and the merryHjaHlng sated Intq the night GRAM 11UEOTOI The Board of Grand J Jjret fl of the Young teas Instltutew l lath meeting at Mackln COU club hOuse m IAdtoYille on8ufter-I on February 5 pnwl4 QYer by hklrman Frank tG Ad DIilraJi4- Pr ildent Lao of Memphis will be reveht and plans will be madel toga Ise hew councils srrenae SOCIETY DIRECTORY i A O H I DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on Firs and Third Tuesday PresidentWilliam Murphy Vice President Anthony Tomp kinsRecording Secretary Joseph E Farrell financial SecretaryThos Dolan Treasurer Thomas P Lawler Set geantatArms Louis Roller DIVISION 2 Meet First and Third Wednesday Campbell and Broadway President C JV Ford Vice PresidentErnest Smith Recording Secretary William T MeehanFinancial SecretaryJohn J KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArms W S Nally DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Ilnoteenth and Portland PresidentD J Coleman Vice President Hugh Hourigan Recording Secretary Thomas StevensFinancial Secretary rJ O Hes sionTreasurerD J Dougherty SergeantatArms James Stevens Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday ttertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial SecretaryThomas J LanganTreasurerHarry Brady Assistant Financial Secretary D J Rellly SergeantatArms William Cal laghanSentlnelM J McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesday At Elks Hall County President Lawrence FordPresldenfJohn G Cole Vice President J E Murphy Recording SecretaryHugh Me GrodyFinancial SecretaryJohn Hogan TreasurerRaymond Stanton SergeantatArms Michael Gar ritySentinelThomas Gleason Marshal Michael Noon Y JcI I MAOKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth President Samuel L Robertson Vice PresidentsJoseph J Hancock A C Link FJnanclalSecretaryF G Adams Recording SecretaryR Osborne Corresponding Secretary H Ker bergWTreasurer W A Link Marshal J H Sheehan Inside Sentinel Andriott Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart scents will also be made for the Grand Council reunion next August All members of The Y M I Interested In this work fare Invited to be present S AVENUE THEATI5U The Avenue Theater attraction for next week is one that all theatergoers are acquainted with and look forward to from year to year 4 rI ROSE MELVILLE Rose Melville 111Is Hopkins J1as come to Louisville every season since the first production untl now it has become almost a house hold word The steno of the platy Is laid In Indiana and from thi rise to the fall of the curtain the audience is kept lin the best ot humor This will likely be the last presentation of Sis Hopkins In Louisville I MACAU4Ers For next Tuesday and Wednesday the Maculey offering will be Ray mend Hitchcock presenting Tile Man Who Owns Broadway The star has the happiest role of his career and his genius for entertainment is given full sway Hitchcock Is a naturally funny man and the liberty given him to Improvise and gag suits him to a T Thorp are twenty musical Cumbers in The Man Who Owns Broadway and they are rendered with a vim swing and melody that delights the souls of those seeking entertainment pure and simple wlthoiitra problem pr a serious moment f ROYALTY IN IRELAND It it reported In Dublin that King George and Queen Mary will make a brief vuAV to Ireland probably In July ohJAugutt Tk y will reside in the Ylfft Regal Loner and will hold a ierle ot brlUlaflfc state functions a u fotiJ 11oo + + oo +oX +OO toft 1 t SUBSCRIBE R THE y ij KENTUCKYItI 4ERICANtrf I f1 C 11 t + s Brightest Catholic Weekly ue Southwest J YV S OJr HONE DOLLAR IER 1 YEAR I It IIf You Want All the News and ParticJy Of Happenings H IfI J itjti it o ooo eo yx O L OO =Oo = TiII XO y YM L What the Kentucky Councils Are Doing For Oood of the Order Barry Council No 144 of Lexln ton announces a class Initiation Cor Sunday April 2 when a team trom Louisville will confer the three degrees on a class of at least sixty A general revival of interest in the- Y M I in the Dluegrass section wlll bo the outcome of this reunion Phil Sheridan Council No 206 will hold an initiation on a date yet to be set either late in April or early In May suitable to the State degree team The degrees will be conferred on about fifty new members and the occasion will be made one thatw1l1 not be soon forgotten Bollevu members are anxious to spread the good work into Newport and Cov ingtonTrinity Council No 230 w111 hold a class initiation in March tho exact date for which has not Yet been set They expect about Corty candidates and probably more wile will bring the membership over tho 400 mark The State degree tear Will conduct the initiatory ceremonies Trinity Is making good IIn its stew home and with Its energetic officers is looking forward to a most prosperous year St George Council No D77 coC Carrollton expects to have its next initiation the latter part of April which will be made the occasion or a general reunion The State degree team will put on the work for the class which will number fifteen or nioreo St George wilF then ijeMnti new quarters and it is the Intention to issue a general Invitation to the members of the Kentucky and In dlana jurisdictions Mackin Council No 205 will hold a class initiation on Sunday February 19 at which it Is expected there will be at least fifty candidates The work will be done by the State degree team under the dl rectlon of Supreme Vice Presides Robert T Burke A banquet will follow This will make Mackin hay over 500 members and before long they expect to have the largest council in the order At Owensboro in April Sarto Coun ell will have a class Initiation who at least thirty candidates will re celva the degrees Montgomery Council of Knottsvllle will send about eight candidates for this Inltla tlon and a class may also come from Stanley as there are good prospects for a council in that town Grand First Vice President Haze has this work in charge and reports Sarto In a flourishing condition SKULL FUACTUHKl Thomas B Rafferty a well knows jalntcr aged thirtyeight years reo siding at 518 East Jefferson street was probably fatally injured when sa scaffolding on which he was stand- Ing collapsed Thursday morning at the establishment being refurnishes for Burdorf Company at 43E West Jefferson street He toll head long a distance of ten feet alighting on his head and sustaining a dan gerous fracture of the skull When Dr Frank Corrigan and Dr H M Pusey arrived at the scoop the blood was pouring from his ears and he was unconscious They pronounced his condition serious and he was re moved to the City Hospital The unfortunate man is married but has no children HOPKINS Mile Adglo and Her Lions Is the big feature of Hopkins forthcoming list of attractions and It is promised that this turn will be one of tho most sensallonal animal acts Louisville theatergoers haveevel wJtr essedIhe roster also includes Patrick and Sampaer in a singing skit called Ah Irishmans Home Davis and Cooper In a pianoplaying and novelty dancing turn Jacobs and Sardolla in comedy acrobatics tho Senora Trio in highclass mu cat act and Carrollton and Harris aB Dutch and Irish comedians GAINING IV NUMBERS According to the English Catholic IrecWry for 1911 which has Just ppoared thocJergyot England Scotland and Wales now total 4302 pn advance ot sixtyfour on their number a twelvemonth ago Of hee 1544 or rathqr more than a hird are regulars and the increase on last years total is made ujotthirty regular and thirtyfour sec lar priests fie total number of hurches chapels and stations In rest Britain hM tiwn by seven ensj 1 w 4t Dandy Stoclrm for Sale Located in Hardin county th miles from railroad sta tion consisting of 632 acres Wy of No1 river bottom land 270 acres of upland in A state of cultivation and 332 acres of timber Twos eightroom house two barns two wells and cistern ring water in each field and all under good fence All the low price of 16 per acre Terms to suit or will tsome city property in trade For further particulars a- OREILLYS COi I 512 Paul Jones Building Ire Phone 2755 t Try That t Captain 1 Mike Home Phone 5337 B J SAND Distributor 220 S THIRD STREET ALL IT- SMOKES GIIT4l1li if BE SURE TO CALL FCR McKENNA V- WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE IH McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky HALFOF YOURTROUBLEQON When You Use DIAMOND WALL PLASTER in Ynur Building MANUFACTURED KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated IIIIPlrat and River Ky flJ BANNON Mgr Both Phones 2267 Also operating Hooslcr Wall Plaster JeiTersonviHe Ind Phone tiS3 PlaatII DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered IleIIiPhonliP BANNON JR Viet Prts Treas L li BY Lj VEENEMANK4 SieriUry ri rf K ntnckyI I e Elk CL INCORPORATED MunuYaoturejra oY VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK Vt FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS Oflee 541 Wept Jlfflls street ItTIELE ZONE aka y + I I i With MaP Any lit ttt dart mT- ELCI HONf 1252 i IJ- II 0 n