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SpiPllffISSS f 1p I 1 AMERIcAN Liir XXVIN0 5 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY FEBRUARY 4 1911 PRICE FIVE CENTS UNITY erals See Victory ime Rule Now Nearer eady Weakening in Campaign For Control y Demand the Same ts as Are Given the Irish FIGHT BEFORE JUNE rive of the opening of Par P OConnor cables the Tribune that between the id the purpose of the two parties there remains the rlous contrast On tho side there Is confidence and purpose and a solid unity ie Tortes still quarrel and illlato between the tactics or and of despair The first council revealed the abso ilty of every section of the s every man realizing that ne course was posslble to go right straight on with ht against the Lords and carry to bill peacefully if possible the creation of new Peers and ther extreme measure If war bitter end is proclaimed by orles All of the Liberal pa adopt the same attitude and ig the Liberals the hopefulness goes to the extreme length of ding the veto fight as already jed and won ils optimism leads to a cynic ellef of all the declarations of ng in the last ditch by the es but Austen Chamberlain seaI in command to A J Balfour chief of the protectionist secI i surprised the world this week proclaiming his adhesion to the Icy of fighting without a com mise This may mean a policy filibustering by which the veto ill could be held up till the coron- ae and both sides look to that ite as the central factor In the tuntion The Liberals will meet its filibustering by feverish and ierco tactics in order to hurry up nd close tho fight before Juno Al eady they propose to take wupall he time of the House of Commons m the veto queston This step vould be revolutionary in Pants nentary annals and some growls may come irony certain faddists and sectional leaders but undoubtedly the general spirit of all the Liberals- Is to sacrifice everything not only to the veto but to Its quick termination If necessary this drastic action will supersede the rights of tho private members which have been sacred for centuries The Llboals will take other stops such as time may show necessary On the other hand the Tory party tills session will bring into the House of Commons a large number of young energetic and ambitious men and filibustering is the readiest way to catch the public eye and achieve notoriety This may mean an attempt by the Torres to prolong the struggle All of those foreshad owings of the course of the fight may b falsified by the events as they arise They also leave out of accoun the ardent desire of the now King not to celebrate his cor onation in tho midst of such a fierce factional fight among his subjects They also leave out of account the knowledge which at last Is reaching the mind of even the backwoodsmen that the Liberals look with Intense delight at the prospect of over whelming the existing House of Lords with hundreds of new Peers drawn from such pleblan material as the great shopkeeper and the other selfmade men of the English mid dle classes Redmond has just come to London and will start a private discussion doubtless in a few days regarding the details of the home rule meas ure for the next year Tho absence of LloydGeorge makes some difficulty in getting to close quarters ho being the most friendly and nimblest member of the Cabinet in dealing with all difficulties especially with Irishmen but I saw him before he was leaving and found him much improved In appearance full of hope anti courage Thore are little indications that as between proposing homo rule for Ireland exclusive and home rule all round some members of tho Cabinet favor tackling tho whole problem at once and William Jones the brilliant Welshman recently pro moted to a Ministerial office and a close friend of LloydGeorge threw out the significant remark that soon Wales as well as Ireland might have selfgovernment But all this as yet Is quite undetermined WILL BUILD nOnE The Springer Homo Company has been incorporated In Ohio for the purpose of building a now home for Reuben Springer Council Y M Lat Cincinnati Last week the stock holders met and elected the follow ing officers William F Ray Pros Secretaryzand P U Haberkorn Treasurer and seven plr ctorfl The shares of stock will be Uch and Individuals will bellmited to 3 per cent The mem fcerafcip M hard at work OB tide project and a large liater r shares have already been sold This council has leased the Norwood ball park for tho coming season Not only will it put a baseball team upon the field but a football team that will compete with the best In tho city END CALLED FIT Praise For Chief Horan at Irish rclgowship Club Memorial The late Fire Chief James Koran who with twentytwo of his men died In the recent Chicago Stock yards fire was eulogized Saturday in addresses delivered by John W Rainey assistant to the Probate Court Judge and the Rev Edward A Kelly of St Annes church The occasion was a regular meeting of the Irish Fellowship Club at the La Salle Hotel which was made a spe cial memorial to the dead Chief a former member of tho organization Tho character of the man who led his subordinates through many of the most dangerous fires Chicago has seen of late years and who during his period of office as Fire Marshal kept himself abovo criti clam which often assails men in public positions was praised by both speakorsIt fitting that a noble hero should die when and where his men die said Assistant Ralney This feature of the death of Chief Horan appeals to us most strongly It was a noble end although wo were hor rified when the news of It reached us Chief Horans death occurred at a time when the world was about to celebrate its highest ideals It was at a time when the world rejoices in the ChrIstmastide spirit and to none of us did the Christmas spirit mean more than it did to Chief Horan a Christian gentleman that he was devoted to his borne and friends There can hardly be finer tribute paid to Chief Horan by any oratori cal effort than was paid him by the universal sorrow which his death and tho death of his comrades caused In this city The gayest sea son of the year wore a pall because of his loss- Father Kelly a boyhood friend of Chief Horan and his lifelong friend as well spoke of Jim Horan as he had known him He was always a leader from the time I first know him a boy in school said Father Kelly And Jim possessed the best qualities of a leader He abhorred lies and deception an in valuable trait in a leader He wjs always the champion of the down trodden and the weak His character was a proof of the fact that the bravest are tile tenderest lie could forgive any fault of his mon except lying and that Is just the reason for his Immunity from attacks while ho was in office A man who keeps himself above sordid deception is usually proof against criticism which assails personal character FREE GATE No Charge For Attending- St LoulsBertrandIBazar Over 200 members of St Louis Bertrands parish met Wednesday night at Bertrand Hall Sixth and St Catherine to take further steps to insure the success of the bazar which is to be held in that place May 15 to 20 Every one was actively interested in the success of tho affair and throughout the meet ing enthusiasm ran high The Rev J R Clark called tho meeting to order and after tho reading of the minutes of the previous meeting by Secretary William Connelly the re port of William P McDonough Chairman of the Printing Commit tee was heard This report was unanimously adopted- A lively discussion then arose as to whether a small admission fee should be charged or that the door should be free Advocates of paid admissions pointed out the fact that this method would do away with dead heads but when op ponents argued that this proposition looked very much as if a person would have to pay to come and spend his or her money the free gate Idea Was carried by a largo major ityA press committee was formed which will see that the bazar secures its share ot publicity Although this was only the second meeting the solicitors reported an unusually largo number of articles ranging from loads of coal to umbrellas A number of solicitors said that they had not yet started but promised to make things hum when they did The meeting then adjourned to convene 1 on Friday night February 10 I This bazar wilb the tlrst one In the Dominican parish for ten years but it will be a hummer Every society from the Holy Name and tho Altar Society to tho St Louis Bertrand Sewing Society will have a booth and every member of each organization Is working hard for tho success of tho affair CARDINAL PRESIDED The Rev Father Edward Kelly of Ann Aarbor Mich was consecrated titular Bishop of Cestra at Ann Arbor on Friday of last week The now prelate will be the Aux iliary Bishop of Detroit Cardinal Gibbons presided at the coronation deHvotCdbyArchblshpp beforeI threeArchbieh0peprieets attended tiecceremonyI I N CATHOLIC Stars Shine Down Through Dim and Distant Ages Ministers of Mother Church Wore Leaders otf Progress Irish Monks Founded Schools ot Learning On the Continent I HISTORY WORTHY OF STUDY I j I One of the chief objections to the Catholic church raised by its enomles is that It is priestridden and that the church Is a foe to edu catipn culture and progress They gloat over what they call the Dark Ages or Middle Ages a period that I extends from the fall of the Roman empire until the socalled Reforma tion Any careful reader of history will find that the church and her ministers kept the light of education and progress alight during those so called dark ages History proves that it was the priests and monks who banded the Bible down from generation to generation and it also shows that in the very early Middle Ages every Cathedral and nearly every mona I tery had its school and library in accordance with canonical enact ments Hallam tho British Protestant historian admits that the praise of having originally stab IIshed schools belongs to some Bishops and Abbots of the sixth iI century but that at least so far as Ireland Is concerned it is certain that her schools were celebrated cenIturyI As to the continent of Europe the historian will find that the Council oj Valson in 629 A DIrecommended the Institution of parochial schools Then there treeII canon of the third general Council of Constantinople in C80 A D commanding priests to have free schools In all country places an other of a Synod of Orleans In 800 A D ordering the parochial clergy to teach little children with the omplinsatlduhJ ferlngs of parents A canon of the Synod of Mentz in 813 A D com children teries or In tho houses of the parish clergy and a canon of Rome in 826 prescribed schools in every suitable place I Higher education was not only not neglected but the most cele brated universities the world has perfected DarkAgesthe Irish school of Benchor later Bangor with Its thousands of schol arsand the other Irish establish ments at Lindlsfarne in England at InFranceErfut Cologne and Vienna Jn Gor man territory celebratedd the years of their foundation They were founded by Catholic monks and during tho Dark Ages Uni ofHeidelbergLelpslc 1409 Wurzburg in 1410 Rostock 1419 Louvaln 1425 andCologneIn theso Dark Ages flourished ThomasAquinaswrIting 11 per was invented In the year 1100 while paper made from cotton was In use a century or more earlier Tho art of printing or byLawrencotheCathedralGuttenbergIn byhandtury That music may be called n monkGuidothe scale hitherto uncertain in oftheslgnlrledthofirstDaptIstDeforoGregorythethoPapacyused an alphabetical rotation com lettersbutscaledistinguishing capItalslettersforThe compass spectacles the artof oil painting carpet weaving the iSO of the silk worm and windmills civilization the Dark Ages DIED IN ARKANSAS whodiedHolyTrinityonMondaydeceartedwa otNnAlllaBYI L whoyu MineI Ellxabetb Oelkea a U member of no ot New klbanys most respected families and four children The deceased was a mem ber of the B P 0 Elks and the Eagles Both organizations were well represented at tho funeral CONVERT LEAGUE Elects Officers and Pre pares For Active Work t The meeting Catholic Con vert League Knights of Columbus homeofthethe evening was well s the heavy downpour of and Interesting were made by the Rev Fathers Benedict and Xavier ODohertyIwere selected as follows President PreslI Doyle Secretary Dr Bernard J OConnor and Executive Committee Thomas Walsh Dr Peter Sj Gans and P H Callahan Fathers 1 Xavier Sutton C P and C Po Raffo will bo the AdvlsorsKIj objects of the league Is to enlighten nonCatholics on the doctrines and principles of the Catholic church a committee will be appointed o distribute and collect Catholic 11 erature books pamphlets and Magazines Any Catholic who desires to contribute religious books magazlnps etc to nonCatholics or poor Catholics or who may know of any one desiring such literature should communicate leagueIwill attend to the answering of any questions that concern the doctrnes or teachings of the Catholic religion which may be putttoj the league through the press qr In other ways Anyone desiring special or general Information on Catholic subjects can secure prompt and accurate knowledge through the league The league In cooperation with the In conIon Catholic subjects In the newspapers and the correction of false or derogatory articles against the InIpapers A special committee will attend to this phase of the work It Is hoped that aserles of lectures givenInthe league Arrangements will In all probability beftnade with the lul9lecturesAnyl coming a member of the league can be enrolled by sending his name address and the annual fee of 1 to Dr Bernard OConnor the Secre tary or to any of the other officers mmE T DEATHS Great sympathy Is felt for Mr and Mrs Fred Nist In their grief ovor the loss of therl son Freddie who died at the family residence 3123 Bank street on Friday of last week His funeral took place front the Church of Our Lady on Monday 80GNorthIng the death of their baby son Elmer who succumbed Wednesday to pneumonia following an attack of measles Two other children Theodore and William are ill of the parentshavothe entire West End The funeral of Edward J Hill who died at the family resident2502 West Jefferson street on Sat urday took place front St Charles Borromeo church on Tuesday morn Ing and was attended by many sor rowing relatives and friends The deceased was only twentyone years old and Is survived by his parents Mr and Mrs Henry Hill The friends of Mr and Mrs Pat rick Burke sympathize deeply with them In their grief over the death of their daughter Miss Kathleen Paul Burke who passed away on Saturday morning Miss Kathleen had been a sufferer from lung trouble for several months and her death was not unexpected The funeral took place front St Brlglds church on Monday morning The deceased was only seventeen years old and was a most lovable and lovely character Daniel Quill a popular and re athisearlyWednesdaytook place from St Qeclllas church yesterday morning Death resulted MrQullJwhich ho was driving last December Ho Is survived by a wife and three IlnotypeEvening Post arebrothersfraternalcirclesI many acquaintances FORTY nUnS tohavewillbodevotions masstomorrowonTuesday theladiesranged for theYapptpriate decera tlonand hluminatioafoftthespacleae sanctuary r t r t i 4UL DEFENSE Ot United Irish League Is Ably maintained in County Loutli Astute Editor of Duudnlk Democrat Tells Sonic Plain Truths Nonentities and Cranks Are Ever Ready to Make CoutplatrttA- CCOMPLISHMENTS OF LEAGUE Front London cablegrams one gets the Idea from day to day that the Province of Ulster is up in arms against the remainder ot Ireland on the subject of home rule But listen to what the astute editor of the Dundalk Democrat the biggest and best paper published in the Province says concerning tho Irish National Parliamentary party in his issue of last week People who often without seri our thought so freely criticise the national organization and its work Ing ought to read the report sub mitted to the annual meeting of tho League Directory on Wednesday It is easy to find fault and since no human Institution Is faultless It U not to be contended that the superiortocriticism so often uninformed an1 undeserved and so many channels through which every nonentity and crank can pour his grievances and fault finding Into the public ear that It is well sometimes td consider what the league is and what it has done and is doing People who remember the breezy days of the Land League are sometimes inclined to deny to the present organization the credit it really deserves But those who are qualified by knowledge and ex perience to judge assure us that never were the Irish people as a whole more solidly united in any national organization than they are in the United Irish League Its branches exist in every corner of the land in town and In rural district alike and in the branches aro all the best Nationalists the men wltha record+ot vork done In the peoples movement and the young men full of hope and enthusiasm There certainly was never a more democratic or popular association nor one less open to any charge of suppressing tho peoples voice Every Nationalist is tree to join hip local branch In the branch he is free to express his opinions and to act upon them subject to the con trolling will of tho majority From the branches delegates go to constitute tho divisional executives and from each executive the mem bers of the National Directory the supreme central authority are selected by the free choice of the members What more effectual system could bo devised of making the directory representative of and subject to tho popular will and what ground Is there for tho silly charge of bossism one hears now and then from some crank or out cast who sees faults in anyone and everyone save only his erring self I One of our Unionist adversaries not long since declared that Ireland is really governed not by Dublin Castle by by 39 Upper OConnell street While this Is very far from the truth it can at leas be claimed that the league not alone expounds the popular voice and directs and controls Irish politics but engages In work that ought to be done by a popular home government In almost every department of Irish affairs It has advised and supervised in the transfer of vast areas of Irish land to the tenants at fair and reason I able prices It has laid bare the defects In existing purchase legisla tion and outlined the amendments in the laws that aro necessary to completo land purchase It has aided thousands of evicted tenants to secure possession of their old holdings or of equivalent grants of land It has carried out a social and economic work of enormous value in tho congested districts of the West until now the poorest Province in Ireland bids fair to be come the most prosperous and contented It has been Instrumental in providing fifty thousand agri cultural laborers with decent homes in place ot the mud hovels of a former day It has carried legisla tion for the better housing of the workers in our towns It has actively aided claimants for the bid age pension by procuring in hun I dreds of cases the necessary ev idence of age and otherwise It I aUImportantIconstituencies and enabled the Na tionalists not only to hold their own but slowly and surely to make headway in intolerable Ulster Finally It has through its wide spread system and the Influence and power of Its branches repelled the attack made upon the National stronghold at the late general election and placed the national flag onco more on the captured ramparts of Louth Tyrone and South Dublin Let us recognize the real solid value of the work done by the league Let us cease from petty faultfinding Let us resolve that in the oempleUon of the work of believeia1ruI I Y tc i us strengthen the branches of tho league that exist and form new ones where there are none Let us not stand apart from tho national army in tho last struggle for our countrys liberties that Is now at hand Mr Redmond at the ban quet given him and the other envoys in Dublin on Wednesday night reiterated his belief and de termination that a full measure of home rule must follow the destruction of the Lords veto The Lib erals are fully pledged to this and the Irish party holds the power of enforcing if necessary the fulfillment ot the pledge The party maybe depended upon to dolts duty in Parliament And we believe that tho people on whose behalf they aro working so devotedly and so successfully will do their part also by strengthening and upholding the organization at home so as to show friends and foe alike that the party speaks for and can rely on the banded masses of the people Noth ing can excuse the traitor who at such a crisis attempts to stab our leaders in the back And hardly less culpable will be the man who docs not give proof of his fidelity and confidence by joining heart and soul In the work of organization which is the link between the party and tho country FOLLOWS MOTHER Hand That Rocked Cradle Beckoned Son Into Eternity It was a sad company of relatives and friends that followed the remains of Joseph J Burke from his home at 826 Cawthon street to St Louis Bertrands church on Monday morning and from the church to I moreIpaid same respect to those of his mother Mrs Mary Ann Burke who died on December 12 Joe Burke was born in Louisville fiftyfive years ago He inherited his health mentality and moral rec titude from his Irish parents now deceased As a boy he learned the trade of machinist in the L and N shops He became an expert mechanic but never failed in his duties tO his God to his country nor to the country of his parents About eighteen years ago ho accepted a I position with a quarry company in Indiana and while there received injuries t that resulted in his death For I more than fifteen years he was a patient sufferer but his complaints were only those of a Christian sol dier For soveral months his death had been expected but his aged mother praying and weeping at his bedside I DecemIlast act was to visit her first born through snow and storm As the late Father Dunn said in preaching her funeral sermon What abler advocate could a son have at the throne of God than his little Irish mother asking Forgive him my Saviour Ho was my oldest son and he never crossed me in his life What abler advocate could any man have at the throne of tho Most HighMr Burke was a member of tho Holy Name Society of St Louis Bertrands church front the time of Its organization one of the earliest members of the Catholic Knights of America In Louisville and for soy eral years prior to his death was a member of the Knights of Colum bus He Is survived by his wife and six sons The sons are John Burke a traveling salesman James Burke a fireman and member of the No6 hook and ladder company David and William Burke employes of the L and N and Francis and Michael Burke who are attending school Ho Is also survived by a sister Mrs Joseph P Foley of this city and Michael J Burke of St Louis NEW HALL Of St Boniface Thrown Open to Genera Public The now St Boniface Hall was thrown open with a grand flourish this week and the event was cele brated with musical dramatic and literary entertainments on Sunday Tuesday and Wednesday evenings Tho large new hall was crowded each night and tfiso in attendance were not confined strictly to St Boniface parish In fact people journeyed front Limerick Portland Crescent Hill and other sections of the city to see tho new hall and to extend congratulations to the good people of St Bonlfaco parish The Very Rev Father Richard Wurth 0 F M Prior of St Boni face Convent who directed the work was present on each evening and by his personal magnetism encouraged tho vocalists and performers The opening of tho new hall from every standpoint was most auspicious and thQ building reflects credit on tbe thrifty GermanAmerican Catholic people of St Boniface parish DEAN LYNCH MEAD Tho recently organized Clerical Mutual Aid Association whoso pur pose is the support of the aged and infirm priests of tho Louisville die ceso starts off with sixtyfive mem bers Rev Dean Edward L Lynch pastor of the Holy Nnie church at Henderson but formerly at the Cathedral in this city was the unanimous choice for head ef the new organization which ean aaauranae for its growth and prbkre I T PRELATE Oi Great Renown Is Jicarliifr Kurt ot Splendid Career Venerable Archbishop Ityan Is SiitVtirlng Prom Heart Fullur Has Led a Strenuous Lite For Four Scores ot Years tl IRISHMAN AND AN AMERICAN f As we go to press the venerable and Illustrious Archbishop Ryan of Philadelphia Is barely alive and his physicans entertain no hope that he will survive more than a tow hours He has been critically ill since Thursday of last week The Arch bishop is eighty years old and until very recently has been In robust I greatIand to the United States Patrick John Ryan was born at i I Thurles County Tlpperary Ireland eccleslasI was ordained a subdeacon there When he was twentyone years old he came to the United States and entered the diocese of St Louis as professor of English literature at Carondolet Seminary He was a little later ordained deacon with tho privilege of preaching in the St Louis Cathedral and on September andIposition until 1856 when he became Its rector In 1860 he transferred to rChurchLouis where he remained for twelve years During part of that time tho civil war was in progress and Father Ryan was Chaplain of the military hospital and prisonI On April 14 1872 he was con secrated titular Bishop of Trlcomla I Coadjutor with the right ot succos I IenIi piscopacy as Archbishop of Salamis and on June 8 of the same year became Archbishop of Philadelphia As head af the province of Phllu delphla he had control of tho sub ordinate dioceses of Altoona Erie Harrisburg Plttsburg and Scranton In the diocese of Philadelphia alone he had an area of 6043 square miles and a Catholic population ot about 550000 The duties of Arcji bishopI Ryan were onerous and ex 4acting but ho carried to Philadel phia tine same Irish intelligence and courage that he had taken to St Louis In 1897 he was given relief to some extent by the appointment PrrfnJdergast11907 his duties wero a little more lightened by the appointment of the i Right Rev Soter Stephen Ortynsky as Greek Catholic Bishop with an official residence in Philadelphia Under the direction of Archbishop Ryan the Philadelphia diocese has made great strides Ho was known as a great educator and the at tendance In the Catholic parochial I schools In Philadelphia has pissed oCII Catholic institutions Philadelphia is one ot the foremost In America St Charles Seminary at Overbrook Is famed throughout the country One of the great works of Archbishop Ryans administration is the Pro tectory for Homeless Boys Instituted by him In 1895 The protectory is capable of accommodating 600 boys IB equipped with school furniture and apparatus for Instruction In the trades and the entire cost of half a million do lags has been entirely paid Arch ishop Ryan was hon ored by former President Roosevelt by being appointed a member of the Indian Commission- Churchman statesman and patri otic American that ho was Archbishop Ryan never forgot that hoI was an Irishman One of his proudest memories was that Daniel OConnell the great Liberator had once placed his hands on the head of the twelveyearold red haired j Patrick Ryan praised him and pre dicted a great future for him ArcliblshollWanlearned of his serious illness one Tuesday sent a cable message withI his Apostolic I blessing WILL VISIT MOTHER The Rev Father Cyril Van de Pltte chaplain of tho Convent of the 11 J Sisters of the Good I Shepherd at Twentythird and Bank streets and pastor of the Church of St Paul the Apostle at Pleasure Ridge Park has gone to Europe on an extended Ileave of absence He will visit the kingdom of Belgium whore Tild1 mother resides and will alsj journey to Rome before he return HAZAll AM SUPPER 1 a IiTrinityHoTrinityIuiarThIsw tfealstol tfii- t z s VfU 1 t Q 0 vvv KENTUOKYIRIa A 3 RICAJS TUGKY IRISH ftMERI6fN eHcafedOfidally llIdbried by Ancrtnt Older of HHxfrnfeai Yang Aftas 1Mtltute and Cathoto Knlgbtt of America I NTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO1corpouted PuhlUh r BSCRIPTION PRICE ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPYgc Bnltred at the UHtavHte POatfacaIN M 4ClM fl tUr AU rm iH CwiMMlwMMi to the KENTUCKY IWSH AMERICAN 31921 West preen St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 4 19111 WORTH PRKSERVINCJ Scholarly Illumining elevating 1Is the article on ChIef Justice White IIn the February number of the Columblad the oUlclal national or gan of the Knights of Columbus It la from the pnn brain heart and eoul of our own Hon Edward J McDermott Mr McDermott never did anything unless It was done well and his tribute to the new Chief Justice of the United States Is h perfect accord with his past per1 romances If you have no copy o the Columblad get a February num ber read it preserve It and think about It It shows the preeminence of the American constitution an I that In America a Catholic can cllm to the highest rung of the ladder NOT DEAD MARRIED DaS Sternenbannor German for the Starry Banner a Catholic Pape- f published In the German language at Evansville has been absorbed by the Indiana Catholic an Indianapolis journal The final Issue of Das Sternenbanner wag published last week Hon Peter Wallrath editor of Das Sternenbanner has become a member of the staff of the Indiana Catholic As a matter at fact the Starry Banner has not ceased tb exist but has espoused as it were I an American Catholic mate The union ought tobe productive of good for both tho Indiana Catholic and the owners of the former German paper The Kentucky Irishi w American extends congratulations to the Joint management and hopesi that the Indiana Catholic will live i prosper and work as strenuously for the faith as did Das VALUE OV LABOR The Rev Father Thomas I Gasson S IJof Boston College I a In recent address gave utterance to the following wholesome truisms The nations glory and strength consists lnrth true valuation labor When a nation despises labor and people come to consider fah as a nonentity decay is sure tt- a to follow If labor is necessary for the conduct of life what should be the r return for that labor Unless the actions of employers toward their employes are permeated by the fundamental principles of justice we shall certainly have an economic economwar1c warThere Is a tendency to regard the laboring man as a machine The machine gives out energy and you put a value on It and say It is worth BO much to you Following on that principle you say the laboring man hole Is a machine What dees the laborer give Machine energy or the energy which can not be classified as machine energy What a man gives if ho is a true toiler 1Ig tho best of hjs lifes energy You should give him the boat In return To take from a man the cream of his life and give him back a poor wage Is that tho law of justice You are treating him bs a machine Thei great principle Is in establishing ai fair wage to the laborer We must give him what will support him and his family not on a i scale but In comfort Unless the laborer can live In respectable surround ngshavenourlshlng food glvlhimofaj worthyh1a ch tells us that defrauding a llaborer of his1 wages is one of the four sl crying to heaven for vengance c f c UFln IrJ N Nowreallr are you not glad that the Kentucky Legislature is not In cession this yearr Some sort of t epidemic has attacked the law jjiakers In the various Legislatures now In session and the solons are tackling problems on Intoxication appendicitis foot bachelors tel phone talk bed sheets silence of Ilrotd agents and married flirts IJepreientatlTt Calvert of Bent Qunty Indiana wants IlcenN for ay man who drinks He puts 1 xlcatlon on a par with fl hlnjr and probillho performs an operation f- pendicittoandl thereafter i14 usable rove tJittbp I dlx wuinb- edoonditloet rtaA be aunty of ractlce cud ptuft hal u 4 r T enRl code Iotm1 eWtribn on IH to prevent you trjk pvttiBS Ifeet on the desk if rovUiaipml IJ C t to be a legislator Besides thef Iowa lawmakers have adopted n resolution that prevents members from putting their feet on the desks or smoking while dictating to feminine stenographers Texan solons are a little moreI sane and serious They are Prepay t J profanejNew Mexico bachelors and widowers I are to be taxed Nebraska has a bill to make bedsheets nine feet In length From Missouri comes a billI payta tine of 25 to 50 for failure to answer any questions The State of Washington Is catering to its lady pollinbb places more attractive and bowers o beauty Tho Sonata of Oregon has unanimously passed a bill requiring applicants for marriage licenses to be provided with a certificate o healthyIf the Kentucky Legislature were in session there is no telling what might happen IRISH ENTERPRISE One tourist after another return lag from Ireland tells us that Ireland and her people are prosper- Ing as never before Not long ago a tourist and an Irishman to boot said What Ireland needs now Is a little American energy and enter prise Recent cablegrams to the daily papers show that the fair land of Erin Is getting both Americans s have established a cannery plant on I fife Bay of Dingle County Kerry where mackerel and herring are canned and shipped to America Statistics show that In 1910 Ireland ahqperd nearly 13000000 worth of line from Belfast to the United States alone and other exports were cattle 4573457G butter 178S3liOO eggs 13637050 Ireland is not so bad oft after all The question is who gets tho prontotho tenant Lo senteo landlord orTharo Is a pretty war on at the County Jail over the of an assistant matron John Pflanz is the County Jailer and as such It responsible for the conduct of that institution Mr Pflanz is very much a Southern gentleman but be should not permit chivalry stand in the path of duty Vigorous and prompt action by Mr Pflanz will bring order out of chaos I Women have no part In politics a Kentuckians should not tolerate feminine interferance in these malters Mr Ptlanz should advise the ladles board that it Is tlmoto g off The programme thus tar arranged for the Southern Commercial Con grew to be held at Atlanta no month promises the biggest as most important event in the com mercial history of the South This congress will typify the new union of the South and thus place th section in her right light before the commercial and industrial world Gov Wlllson is Chairman for Kentucky and It is to bo hoped the State will be properly and fully onjTho SLouisvillecontained matter that should preclude either of them from safariCChristian home The news columns l of these journals need badly a moral censor Filth is not news nsWhat Is tho use asks the Catholic Union and Times of our nonCath sFrtouslyheartThey to do not aifbct thorn Lot them slick to their divorce courtsl addDid you over meet a tontati ofllc seeker one of those fe11o who Is willing to become the nom inee iif his party demands It Give him a little encouragement and watch him hustle for votes growthonChristian bodies In America stycar allow the Catholics IH the lead The uiacreuewae MeUaoolMIiiKltnc Wedneedaory YOTIJfO QUA UFJIEUR foruPoltMuproufatll6lor1oqoJuulUurarrlVed Lo1tIPlUI1tchild denhonlil kt lJJ 1S 0fT I I I AraaI Mrs John P ittnley has bee n spending a week with relatives i i Newport InI Mrs William Dalton leftlast wool for a visit to her parents at Bards town Junction Miss Grace Pflanz wasfihostess tb I the Owl Club on Friday evening at i her home In Portland Richard Belrno and wife haveI taken an apartment and will reside at 1143 Fourth avenue Miss Julia Burns entertained In formally at cards Thursday evening at her home In Waverly Court Mrs H Flanagan of New Albany spofct the past week asthe guest ot Mrs Harriet Lamb at Galena Ind Mr and Mrs W G ORourke o Park View have returned from a weeks visit to friends in Memphis Tenn Thomas B Kelly was one of the number from this city who spent tho past week at West Baden Springs Mrs Catherine Connor spent sev eral days In Owensboro last week1 the guest ot her son Rev George M Connor I entertt tamed her club members Tuesday evening at her home on North j TwenItyseventh street I entortalnefatdy I home on Second street There werei tour tables engaged in play I Mrs S J Gruber who accompanied her daughter Mrs Albert Everslage to her home in Indian apolis returned home Tuesday I t Albert Bauer and bride who spent their honeymoon at West Baden Springs have returned andj will make their future home at St t I MatthewsEI Miss Nellie Cavanaugh who has been seriously ill at her home on Culbertson avenue New Albany Is waytoI I Mrs Kate Mannlx of Leltchfield Iln GraysonSprIngsof Mrs E H Long at her residence on Third street I Miss Mary Lee Robinson ofI naYoungLadlesJ on Tuesday evening I i I hasbeeni DavldHanley Loganbat I i I Soulighth parRtlitweek hety Miss Maxie Oldham Miss Adallne Bolger of South Louisville underwent a successful operation last week at St Josephs wtoInfirmary ill1 speedyandas suredII i Mr and Mrs aadlids vlsItlqg t John ONeill 1139 Dumesnll streetl i Oklawheretutuet j FirthavenuehisbirthdayPleasure of seeing thoStare and Hdall1 himotI wasInreceivedre andbestbirthdays STILL ENTHUSED theIrIshInAmericahllebeenthesejourneysmeetIngJJastSunday Jis1nuNationalHibernian1 ofommittee a PresidentDr JoYJ TAnsberryPresidentsandelectedTreasurer PRIEST NOT AFRAID S6cIetyhasESenesel aniseseaves he liesined himYCSeaesewa re on 0hrlstm g d c untJlonferred andtheThowriterhaseHaeg hi admittlia druoInk bejokea 1rMOBILES BICKNTBNARY 1BothiaymenaDd lab1I1aareanpproprJattheCentennial Cardinal Ur toprnthe I end will celebrate UM Mlraia a ma ior Rkaakegiring Aro ltiHI6 8f t i of New atfIqaBllliOpiof approprladellnE ta irl be Iae C1 I r J lr CIplaceIlaymen in honor of the Cardinal- chbishop and visiting Bishops has not been decided upon as yet II j l AUGURS SUCCESS Great Progress Made In Plans For Big Bazar The big iazar for the benefit of Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital is thee one thought dominating the whole community and it is gratify ing to note that many nonCatholics are uniting with their Catholic brethren to help make tho affair a success and are giving material aid as well as moral support The Ladles Committee met at the hospital on Monday evening Father Crane opened the meeting with prayer and Chairman Andrew Kast wasf tees reported progress Mrs P H Callahan Chairman of the Dining Room Committee reported donations from Jqhn Hjoff man J L Iluisman Henry Kraft Robert Kraft Hirsch Bros H S McNutt Squire Fege bush Gus Zabel A llablch George Holland CityAuditorAcademy the New York Bakery and I many others who refused to give anIagerofand forks Miss Reafdon Chairman thatII far The meeting adjourned to eveningI at 209 WednesdllIservices for the erection of theirII All committees reported donorsITheodoretZabel Tony Landenwich Sheriff A M Emler Squire Berry John D Jansing Joseph Gadlago Ernwino Son George Hosier Joseph Hein illiam Ernst Louis Gllessner rnest Kettig Knopf do Hudson Gottlieb Layer Falls City Brewing Company Grocers Ice onipany American Ice g Cold Storage Com CompanRellzeBrewing Company Joseph HecKman FredFormlsBurke D J Flynn Jelllco LaurelI Coal Company Charles Bauman WinelLtgnorlIch I The names of the donors of th- utomobile are James L Hacketf ClarkAtWhnllon it was decided to award a prize of 750 f 0fancyfor the best dressed doll The amountI comI I Wclnesdyeye ST PATRICKS DAY It Will Be Appropriately Celebrated This Year The County Board A 0 H held another Important meeting o Thursday night of last week to make further arrangements for the grope- celebration of St Patricks day I was decided to have the religious SundayMarch I because many Hibernians would b usable to attend the mass on a reweek day All four divisions wIlT1 attend mass and the members will1 receive holy communion at St 1 ricks church on Sunday March PatII There will lion musical and lit erary entertainment at a MacauleysITheater on the same I apPolntedby I TalentJobn J Barry s Lawler William T Meehan and H Hugh HouriganII J J FordII anoWilliam Murphy DarryDThomas Walsh ASHLAND WEDDING roDiles KatherIne Veronica Howard and Patrick Hassett OKolly pop 1ularI Ashland last Wednesday morning ThemaidbytheI CatherineHolmes nitwaswastMse i IhrldeI I ThomasHoward I otilea StateTreasurerotville friends extend hearty congratu KellyaYhoRECOVERING The many Louisville friends ot Rev Father Murray will rejoice to mucblmproved enUrelywas seriously 111 at Campbell v11le and for a time his attendants were 1 much alarmed MAGKWTCBNT MON TnANCEjj onjj l onIIIi t c moJNtraD68Wu madefromI IiaNLettO to iiii t1i eoafry The aklalolMJJ 0Mt iiI II n u iiI- S i BIG TASK Set For Energetic and Well Known Dominican Priest The Very Rev Father Bernard F Logan one ot the most popular priests that over ministered in Louisville arrived in this city on Saturday evening and spent several days this week shaking hands with old friends Father Logan served two terms as pastor of St Louis Bortnmds church and was elected to a third when he was suddenly called to preside over the Dominican congregation at Minneapolis His visit at this time is in the nature of a few days vacation preparatory to taking up a new and important task To him the Dominican order tl s assigned the task of erecting a parish heITparticularlythat Father Logan is equal to the task but they are hoping that be will not make too early a sacrifice of hlieelf GREAT KEFOKMS Advocated by Federation of Catholics at 0Roston Associated Press dispatches say that 3000 Catholics of the archdiocese of Boston representing more than a million Catholics in that province assembled In Symphony ohWednesday under the auspices of the Catholic Federation of the arch diocese Archbishop OConnell was the moving spirit The resolutions passed attested devotion to the Holy theICatholics of France Spain an Portugal recorded unanimous op position agalnsfthe tendency of the State to become sole educator declared for the abolition of the evil of divorce the foundation of national Integrtyj asked for closer censor ship of theaters and moving pic tures cessation of the desecration of Sunday and pledged the physical1 and moral amelioration of the work Ingmans state and through it al1 the men and women of the great as semblage showed their earnestness assemn bled received the Papal blessing INSTITUTEtThe Ladles Auxiliary of Terre Haute lad Initiated sixteen candl lnetallaa 10wedwJtb music and refreshments he State President Mrs T F Bar 1nett was among the visitors organizeInd burg Ind The officers are John Walsh President John Greoly Sec retary Martin Dugan Treasurer onst posltlone present day etc and above all when required be able to defend that tohimapolis line extensive plans for th organization of a debating club an catechism class dUjATII OF WILLIAM RYAN William roidont 724OhioWednesday morning He had been Hflather brotherIanhreeI sisterslheyandErnestMrs Charles Tracy and Miss Nor Ryan His funeral took place from yosterdamorning I sorrowingtrlends quiem CATHOLIC FEDERATION othetonext Thursday night at the Catholic i Womans Club on Walnut street Delegates tamall lretlldentCooneyareurgedt ImportantCensusComm1itee othen Loulavtlleandwill outline plane for strengthening and Fedwa I j NEW BMRXH JfOR hfARTItla j j IPCharles Miami tJleLMmUCoIt e I ROWIor n 11 Itt a If this book failsf to mterett you the Ion will be yours not mine To Catholics Who Have 2000 or whifewgoodhavedecode It tits of nn InvcHtnicnt that lIr rr railroad stork Similar organization orlginaLookmore to Invest and who IH looking for ni InvrKlinrut couttlcd with large priifltH II to have ik cony of thin book address Plillli I JI nox 90 Spokane Wash Mr larding requests that no one wrlto Idle curlOHlty or who In not a mvmlirr IlntttlN1nncltiarnetttutinnll bo jjtnnltt EDITORS A0IEhe Above Irstittrttoa is Zcccned ty tthe Leading Ba t m The Last DollarI J That you spent for something you did not NEED would have I U SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear Interest COMPC I tttwice a year There MAY COME a time when your LAST D must be spent for something you DO NEED The SAVING no tU you art wasting might keep that hard time from even IIIIdonan Ky Title Savings Bank M and Trust Co Fifth and Court Place II Open Daily Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p I USE THE Home Telepho BOTH LONG AND SHORT DISTANCE he Best Service That Can Be Obtai KODAK SUPPLIEAnd Every Requisite for Amateur and Professional Photographers PHOTOGRAPHIC DEVELOPING AND PRINTI SOUVENIR POST CARDS PICTURE fRAMING ganlzlng a new life Insurance com pany Charles Is a live wire and is hustling ability will be brought Into lull play In the new enterprise KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUSI Interesidt Members+ Here and Else where There are now fiftytwo Masters of the Fourth degree In the United States and Canada The next meelng of the Board of Directors will be held at Washing 1tan D C on April 24 Seumas McManus wilt lecture Frankfort next Tuesday night under the auspices of the Knights of Columbus Preparations are going forward for the exemplification of the Fourth degree in the Syracuse district 1 in the near future Supreme Master Reddin of Den vet has been invited to speak at the Fourth degree banquet at Chicagor on Washingtons birthday Among the Important changes ll the Fourth degree laws made at the New Haven meeting was an increus- of the initiation fee to take effect March 1 The Klrnaess to be given by the KnlgHts ot Minneapolis splendid results and the will considerably lessen the Indebtedness on their new home Tie Knights of Memphis Tenn have secured the Jefferson Theater for three nights and will give a big thdo Shepherd Convent The council at Huntington Ind this week inaugurated pool and proms entered each Under the new laws twelve Fourth Degree Assemblies have been formed In Indiana Plans have been adopted By the District Deputies of New York fo establishing a lecture bureau for the purpose of giving literary entertain meats which the public will be in vited to attend in the several coun clla in the State- Ninetyseven now members the thatIeye weekIcon or at Milwaukee on February 22 State Deputy Danlef Griffin and staff are home from Porto Rico where they instituted the first coun RovDlshopchartermembettvery enthusiastic and will be able to accomplish much good on the island OnUIlOU EUCHRE AND SUPPER The young ladles of St Columbas s Johnnan euchrforatEInmenerlt and Market oa Thursday afternoon Supperandnd Aplearantvening Ulaieureihal 1- ratwho attend Thla eUolare was t1 Ht trlt Nitlontlnoa day but iit tJMli u- e r a anaG r IlItoofSTiLC2 321 Interurbaa M7tCAULEYS WednesdayNights Della Fox Delightful Doll Thursday Friday and Saturday and Saturday Matinee Russian Court Balalaika Orchestr THE NEW PRICES THE NEW YEAR Reserved All Floor FrontRowi ram Fam AVENUE INEW Rowsn I No Higher W Jeffers OppI Stall in Nigh NEXT WEEK I FOR I Seats lower Circle Circle 50 35 25 I The Newlyweds Matinees Tuesday Thursday Saturday 25 HOPKINS THEATER High Class Vaudeville AND PictureseThree shows daily Sunday contin uous ORPHEUMs THEATERS FIRST RUN El LAIS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Pic tune Houses in Louisville Catering especially to Ladles and Child- renCOLUMBIA 5c Under the same management Presenting only the standard productions historic dramatic and comic ORrFurniture 0 Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST JLBrownfiedGoJi L n 553 THIRD ST I ERiiniiri r aNoaSTEAM and HOT WATER- tlEATINQ Dant Buildl Withoutt Seeinx Me RoPhoAeitlt u liD 0 ast1 r- n Lt J r 1 r KENXUOKY IRISH r zc riruW Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor al Director and Embalmere ea Furnished for All Occaikmi on Short Notice V JEFFERSON STREETsa TELEPHONE 810 HONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 r t BARRETTS SONS II FUNERAL DIRECTORS EMBALMERSr et H Ht +Ii I I II I OUGHERTV SI McELLIOTr UQHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers t Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS I All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET +44M4 ++ F4if t 1 I t + t 9mm t I I XI WINES A CHAIIPAOXEJIII 345 West Green Street aUORs alaAte 11 41 IjU H C t THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All all promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnUhed for all occasion 1 1325 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing Bad Dressing Ladies Iud Children a Specialty nOME PHONE 1077 CB THOMPSON FLORISTI ONLY ONE STORE Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1080 All orders receive prompt attention nod satisfaction guaranteed PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS I JeffersonvilleIndhospitalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas unable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REQINA MeRCY HOSPITAL Sparks AytBHt Jelierianyllle Ilid GET YOUR BARGAINS AT TITS WINTER tetPork House y LOUR THIRD SEASON Prfce ilitst of Beef All Choice Cuts SteaklOcIIIIleabolleSteak lOc Clubhouse Steak lOc RIb Sbeak lOc Chuck Steak 3 Ibs 2ScG G Porterhouse Steak lOc Pure Hog Lard12j4cCho- ice Routs per ib8and lOc All cuts of Pork per Ib 12 Odds and Ends per Ib 5c Country SusagJOc per Ib e Preston St near Lynn HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FIE WINES AND LIQUORS Dbtfim and WboJ ak DM- JIhi Koeet BMMMk of KM 4saIlyfotof NelsonL- KD I1tOIiD tM 48ltTN ITTC n IAll the late and new Styles and Shapes can found here at reasonable prices Call and see us 6Has ft Rogers a BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a l1and Inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city Boks Magazines and Religious Articles or KVJEHT DESCRIPTION 434 West Jefferson Street PETER MrA MDRIOTi SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET CENTRAL FURNITURE 00 Incorporated N W Cor Third and Green Sis We furnish the home com plete on easy payments WM CALLAOIIAN Mir Sales Dept ONE EARLY mUD Walter D Galvin tho grocer at Ninth and Chestnut streets has announced his candidacy for Magistrate In the Seventh Magisterial dis trict subject of course to the action of the Democratic party The Magisterial district is composed of tho Eighth Nlpth and Tenth wards and four precincts of the Eleventh ward Mr alvin is a native of Louisville and has always been a Democrat Some years ago be was a candidate for the Legislature but stepped aside in favor of Hon W O Head now Mayor of LouIsvilleI MARKING LIVEN putialtialefirst With an ordinary lead pencil and then UM the marking Jilt over the work The pencil gill preyeatI glvlnaTieJfJIW TO1UUI MAIK iat attann r try 111a1 Si lwke 1hei1Last htadled4VM4tQ- c 1- J I II- t iL z di 1- HIBERNIAN8 1 What They Have Been Delr I the Past Week General New Notea Division 2 will have a social sea sion for Its members on February 16 All Hibernians are Invited Dlvlpion 7 of Syracuse has challenged the Knights of Columbus for a series of fortyfire games Division 11 of Utica N Y presented I Its retiring President Alvin B Cole with a beautiful diamond I stud It Is stated that the Hibernian or ganizations in twenty States will have students at the Catholic University by the opening of the next scholastic year- Division I 1 meets Tuesday night President Murphy looks for a big attendance The members will receive some news that wll1 be of more than ordinary Interest Following the Installation at Ouckeon Minn a bountiful supper was served by the wives and sisters of the members followed by a dance that lasted until the small hours The meeting of Division 3 next Monday night will be very Impor tanG The Home Building and other committees will bring in reports which every member should hear i County President Ford and Divis ion President Cole are awakening new life InJeffersonvllle They are determined and wilL make their di vision one of the best In Indiana I There has been a large sale of tickets for the motion picture and specialty show to be given under the auspices of Division 2 at the Broadway Theater on Monday Feb ruary 20 i I The county officers are planning a season of great Hibernian activity during the next few months In Syracuse and It Is also Intended to Inaugurate a County Board membership campaign I Ladies Auxiliary 1 of Indian apolis Installed officers last week at Morrison Hall with a big reception and entertainment This auxiliary I reIserveDivision 1 of New York City the parent body will celebrate the anni versary of the organization of the Hibernians in this country on Febru ary 20 The affair will be In the nature of a reception at Arlington HallFort Wayne Hibernians have plans under way for the auspicious observance ot St Patricks day An effort will be made to make the celebration this season one of the most elaborate and noteworthy ever held there The Ladles Auxiliary at St Cloud Minn had an Increase oT ten members and no deaths last year The study of Irlshhistory and music hap been taken up and pleasant and profitable entertainments are now looked for Tho live divisions of the Ancient Order In the District of Columbia have united In a decision to ostab lish a local Hibernian scholarship at the Catholic University of America The scholarship will be available next September Those in charge of the annual ball and reception of the Ancient Ordei and Ladles Auxiliary at Minneapolis promise that It will be the event of the season In a social way Scarcely a night passes without something doing by the order In that cityNational President Regan who Is on a tour of the country In the in terest of the order addressed a great meeting last night at Indianapolis Tomorrow he will speak at Tarre Haute and from there goes to Washington to attend the National Board meeting GERMAN EDITOlt Joins the Staff of Thriving Indiana Catholic Journal Hon Peter Wallrath of Evansville who is now a member of the staff of the Indiana Catholic of Indianapolis has long been prominent in Catholic journalistic circles Mr Wallrath was born in Prussia Germany in 1844 and was educated at the Imperial Catholic Seminary at Kempen on the Rhine In 18C7 he came to America and for a time lived In Cincinnati After his mar riage several years later he removed to Indiana and taught school in Humboldt Gibson county theDeutscheolic paper published at Logansport Mr Wallrath become the editor as well as owner and changed the name to Das Sternenbanner Tho underhisago the plant was removed to Evansville and where Mr Wallrath be came one of the leading citizens r fANOTIIER NEW BISHOP WardBlshopeJect thatdioceso ofthisDlomedoFalco theUnitedattend the consecrationBEASb 10500bablawhile Infant deaths are about half isgrowingTWBNTY VACANCIES istheCardtnalerepraeeattty s of the Austrian wu Pine four toaalardi tlarrftok-WoElea Qwrmane two Brjiah oak- stjeots anti ofltdMiLo tI r S guese one Belgian one representa tine of the United States and one of Brazil RISK HULSIj i r Educators Awake to Their Value as School ti Teachers That the educators of the United States are awakening to the value of girls of Irish birth or breeding as school teachers Is shown by an article in the latest issue of the Worlds Work How to Choose a Public School Teacher Is the subject and the author Is Wli1lam Mc Andrew Principal of the Washington Irving High School of New York City Ho says la part- I If you want to choose a man you will Reed to make haste for the annual reports of the Commissioner i of Education show that tho ped agogicus masculinus Is disappearing so rapidly that It will soon be ox tinct If you seek a female teacher choose an Irish girl This kind stands the strain best If It hxd not been for the lIghtheartedness of the Irish race its own heavy history would have killed It These merry young women in spite of the ex cessive formalism and system that have encrusted American education lire the best able to keep the bright upwardAn gottheat once The rules nowadays prevent you front driving him out by athimadj1 vantage of her she can launch an outburst of sarcasm invective and correction In perfect tasteand In a few moments you will hear the whole company teacher and chil typical1 I herIngrowing TheIrishtion than on system Thats what torteachingglove for children The Instinctive I inteaching likeshisproposes geography or penman ship i I Onedaystreet It was a day of the first snowfall one of those soft packable formsItselfpoliceman dragged into the school office a boy who hind dented theII officers helmet and dignity The demandedthatthe youngster would be haled to the I UieDuffI ofhershe came with flashing eyes myboymet Then we had a pretty toII leau my lady with one arm around a sobbing youngsters neck and the I other hand extended defiantly at the tyranny of the law I know you Flannagan You walkingtargetsomething at you Now you get out of here and dont you dare to touch a boy of mine again Then ho laughed and she laughed spiritthateducatorsfromteacher needs plenty of warmth to keep the blood from freezing and plenty ot humor to cool It with Many of us know this to be true but there are many to whom it will come as strange tidings The more they investigate It the more they will learn of its truth VOn ST ANNS All friends of St Anns parish ate invited to attend the coffee social and euchre to be given for the bene fit of the church in the school hall Seventh and DavIes avenue on the afternoon and evening of Wednes day February 16 The coffee social will begin at 2 oclock The euchre game will be called at 8 oclock twentyfivedentsholder to play euchre GRAND DIRECTORS MEET The Board of Grand Directors of the Y M I Kentucky Jurisdiction will meet at Mackin Council club house at 2 oclock tomorrow after noon Frank G Adams Chairman of the Board will preside Grand President Lawo and other Grand of ficers aro expected to be prosent It will be the first meeting of the year A alto for the next Grand convention and other important matters will be discussed FOR WOMANS EYE Irish lace continues to be favored Never was such a rage for toulardsjj Paris Is already predicting great hats for spring Steel hair ornaments are distinctly good In fashiontWide brocaded ribbons are Im mensely fashionable Black and white Is still the favored fashionable combination Wonderful are the bordered ef I fects in the new cottons for spring dresMS T- All black and white mixtures In English tweeds are taking the place of ratine cfttum- EveltlngpwJisale M delightfully Maple relying oil color for the gor geous effect that they give for early spring days nothing is more satisfactory for street wear titan a one piece dark isles serge town Cottonjitfoile and ro ttearI ehildreadresses e Char or IrtMPo4atee f StMRnlRX bolts of wait plqtfe Joag Iraakle io atICuiJe wt1N attftly findwfctte HMA abut iraJat tri- O G P T IRELAND Recerd ef then lt Important el the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges f The Donegal herring catches con- tinuo to be very heavy the quality Is good and the prices are high Judge Doyle K C congratulated thegrand Jury at Mayo Quarter Sessions on the very satisfactory condition of the county t The death Is recorded of Michael Lynch of Lear Park County Derry one of the beat known and most successful merchants of the North wett t Owing to the exceedingly mild weather which prevails In Primroses have sprung Into ft h 1 bloom In sheltered spots open t the sun IrCounty Court Judge Green wa presented with white gloves a st Drogheda Quarter Sessions and con gratulated the town and district on Its satisfactory state The resignation owing to Ill health after thirty years service has been received by the Oldcastl- Guardians of Dr Caldwell Medical Officer of Virginia belonging retiring after forty years service calculates that he has walked 150000 miles as a mall carrier The death of M McCrea of Greencastle County Tyrone has oc casloned widespread feelings of re gret and the funeral cortege was representative of all creeds and classes Patrick Lucy who was sentenced at the Munster Assizes In December 1890 to penal servitude for lire for throwing corrosive fluid at Macroom has been liberated from Maryborough prison- I Patrick Hannon a farmer of Kil bulla County Clare received fatal Injuries by being thrown from his car while returning to his home from Ennis the car having been up set owing to the restiveness of the horse Patrick Doyle of Ballymerrln was recently the recipient at Wick low Courthouse of a check for 25 from the Carnegie hero fund for his gallant efforts to rescue an old age pensioner named Philip Bradley from a burning house Limerick has lost a veteran Na tionalist in tIle death of Henry Sheehy of Rathkeale who had taken a prominent part In the 67 move ment A member of a well known and widely esteemed family his regrettedIEgan at Athlone which took place at his res idence after a short Illness is much regretted The deceased was a very respected and prominent merchant CounI a number of years Three old ago pensioners have died suddenly In Newtownards William Orr John street who re daysIwas found- dead In bed and John Macauley Movlllo street who expired sud denly The death of the Rev Martin Hackett of Finglas removes one of the most zealous and popular pastors In tho archdiocese of Dublin The late Father Hackett spent several years in the parish of Kllcullen County Klldare after which he was promoted to the city parish of St James where he labored for many yearsJ The members of the Carlow Urban Council at a recent meeting had oc casion to pass two resolutions of condolence to the families of two well known residents who had passed away They were Patrick J Kelly Chairman Carlow Board of Guardians and Michael P Tynan a member of a well known Carlow familyConsiderable pleasure is expressed at tho appointment of the Rev T R Power Vice President St Patricks College Thurles as pastor fog Balgally In the archdiocese of Cashel and Emly rendered vacant by the death of the late Canon Ryan Cul tured and courteous Father Power has been a professor of the college since 1888 and Vice President since 1907 OLD OFFICERS Retained by St Cecilias Catholic Knights of America St Cecilias Branch of the Cath olio Knights of America met at St Cecilias hall last Sunday night and reflected all tho old officers They are Spiritual Dlraitor Rev A J Brady President Thomas Gibbons Vice President Timothy Lyons Re cording Secretary Louis Hamel Fi nancial Secretary Louise Fackler Trustees C M Smith Thomas Baldwin and John Kelly Miss Louise Facicler aad Charles S Smith were elected delegates to the Catholic Federation The branch Is In ex toentertainwhich has promised to make It a visit CAN HE OUT The many friends of the Rev Father Louis C Ohio are rejoiced that he is able to be out again rheuImatlmost beloved priests In this diocese and In St Martins parish his Illness was watched with anxiety and prayer for his recovery BTXW TO ORANGEISM inv J H Steele a minister of W lhty1IJDal oneOeudIri la but twee reeelTed Into the- Meatsa hareheHe te BOWS VtM prepays hlaiaelf far theSrfjMlfefUui V J+ c tx- D t 1 n Iol FRANK FEfIRroBREWf Brewers and Bottlers sLOUISVILLE KY rr1 OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it lelephone 452 r SENNACKERMAN x BREWING COMPANYINOORPORATED LOUISVILLE a r FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED i Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street = kaif Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Homi 76717672 Cumb Wtti 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER LighttCumb Phone West 191 Home Pkoae It- lJHB a WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity i strength and excellent flavee Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky TORN E FRANK i WALTERS 1 Clay Street Breweryo 4TELEPUONEKYJJOHNPOEQTELCO INCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 IXMJlSVILLB Kt 1 WC CUNNINGHAM H A HICKS WILLARD HOTEL KENTUCKY HOTEL COMPANY Incorporated Special attention given to traveling men Best in the city for the money Have ydur man addressed in our care First class sample room- sAMERICAN PLAN I RATES 2 00 and 250 With Bath 360 BERT NICKS Miniger Center and Jefferson Slsl Opp Court House Olve your boys an education that will pre pare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the XaverUn Brother ClMilca Scientific and Buslnelll Coureea Preparatory Department t rte Swimming Peol WellKqulpped Gymnasium Term Moderate Bro Jame Dir I KEMKMBKU The simplest table can be clean and attractive A thing that la worth doing can never be hurried A screened staircase has much to recommend It particularly In a small hall Sandpaper will clean suede or undressed calfskin bags Breakfast cereals are seldom cooked as much as they should be Wall paper should either help to furnish a room or It should form merely a background for pictures and art treasures The upper part of a swinging door should always be of glass Without It such a doorlis dangerous If table linen Is not starcnerf but willIIOOkItactoryfort darning stockings thanI cotton for the reason that it wearsI better- GINGlilft COOKIES One cup of brown sugar one cup of molasses one c pof l rdeae scup of boiling water into It dissolve I one tablespoon of soda oae teaspoon 4t ginger ami flour to 1I1kelOfl1 dougb Boil oat ad hake MIM ai Cookies I m anY1HHlYJ7euitfi Urn Sta do you are ding to sakei aa MBr 1 II- n IQ A- Y BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- HeleotroPa Etc 4 Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 HENRY AAIJA PPOUU DYER AND CAEAME- Ladies 11Rand Gents Wearing Apjiiril WORK GUARANTEE- DPheneaaas r 528 Fifth Strut HLNRYHUJIOLDREALER Staple and Fancy Groceries A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN Old Whiskies a Spedaltyl 1Illtel 4JH 5iQ W WALNUT MONOH ROUTE BETWEEN r LOUISVILLE AND CHICAGO BEST LINE TO Frenclf Lick and West BadeH Sprkfj UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DKARBQRNSTATIONp CHICAGO ltfl MJ Palter tM Palaef 1 HiiMtUiiirt t fi 14JtlCON DP A h Carrimrlw I 8ilPlil t u y- t C y0- e KIP TUCgYIRI H A1W JPAN1- N01lNNSiINNNN N N1iNeNNNROMINENT CITIZENS 1 ECOMMEND DR HOODS MAY BLOSSOM HONEY well known recommend remedy for Coughs Asthma Bron peojpIefailed It contains no i serous in other cough remedies These poisonous cough remedies frequently containsHoneylifeMay Blossom ruin children making them weaklings for = none of these poisons It is absolutely harmless yet infallibly relieves croup + and whooping cough I Louisville Ky Dec 13 1910 MAY BLOSSOM HONEY CO affliction ofless with ansuffered ormoreI have for the past thirty yearsGentlemen the market For the past ten days the throat During this time I tried almost everything on Ithatmarked amthat the relief is soand I must sayusing May Blossom HoneybeenI have month troubles will haveanother myforuse of remedyconfident that with a continuous your R PFLANZ entirely disappeared RespectfullyJOHNJailer Jefferson County Kentucky 17 1910Louisville Ky November r that I have had occasion to use May BIoswillSir and In have response observed to your its inquiry effects when say used by others and in my opinion it is the r IIIIDarest SCHOPPENHOMarketailments for which it is recommended Very sincerely yours i MAYtiBLRSSOMotHONEY CO p INCO PORA EDJ KENTUCKYLOUISVILLESEVENTH AND BROADWAY I 0ONAONONNON NNN0i1- tiNNN40e6rN + ti NeONNNN iNNNNON sNNOrN 9 NNN yyyy For Your 4NNNOerNN Furniturei WantslE 1 WANT YOUR TR D I Z My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the b- estIJAMESOREENEf ij 425 427 and 429 East Market Street ahHeOHN ONONNts4Nf Piano Values==Our Methods la advertising our piano values and our methods It Is our purpose to advise with all along Intelligent linesthe course to pursue In selecting a piano one of real worth for the money you Invest We are confident of having the largestI lines of quality pianos at the lowest prices and our liberal terms of payment privileges you to the ownership of a piano the you make your selection by IInvesting a small amount of cash as first e Our one ricepolicy must convince even the most doubt I lag of our superior service In treating one customer the same as another and Is a point to be well considered when pur- chasingy = aplano We Invite Inspections and comparison L MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated a saoo FOURTH AVENUE JfJfJ 1 GIVE A REBATE TICKET Good for ten cents in trade with my New Blend Coffee at 2 12 Ibs cJPhone a Trial Order JOHN M MULLOY yRttoeone 1313 r ml W AfARKET STREET 8 do i N tIMNNNINNINe NNifN NNONtI NH N iI WEWANT YOUR WORK I Were 1and1 a PRINTINGoeCard Bill Heao Letter Heads Circulars Dodgers Etc Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty r HOME PHONE 946 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 819 VEST GREEN STREET NNNSNNONN NNNN INNNM + GEHER SON zis WEST MARKET STREET 8KII TUX CItrKBRATKD NORTH STAR REFRIGERATOR The Only Refrigerator with Cork insulation The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combines not a few but all f ataraeJ prftctkal value that are oonefdered dais red desirable la a GM Rang e The QUICK MEAL hM NO KQUAL Itrat J hlyiattr wlf lIIatoft I pawie r- r n o FROM PANAMA Engineer James P Kellj Comes to See ills Brother James I Kelly a locomotive en glneer now employed In the Panama Canal Zone Is In Louisville to spent I two or three weeks with relative sand friends Mr Kelly Is not new to Louisville Neither U Panama now to him He was born In this8 city but loft Louisville In 1873 Later he returned and ran locomotives on the old Louisville Southern1 and Monon Since then he hat drifted around the world and hat seen many parts of the earth Fifteen years ago he was an employe of the French Government wEer Ferdinand De Lesseps undertook to put through the canal and failed Mr Kelly ran a locomotive then He Is very jubilant In his praise of the changed conditions Under the Americans with Col George AV Goethals the Chief Engineer the work Is succeeding Upon Col Goethals deepnds all the real world in the Panama Zonp Ho Is able energetic treats his men well IE thoroughly patriotic and the glory off tho United States in putting through the canal is his ambition Mr Kelly is delighted with the aanltary conditions In thtt 3 Zone andJ Is anxious for tho arrival of February 23 so he may start on his re turn to Gorgona He is a brother of Phil Kelly ot 20G Frankfort avenue JUG BANQUET I Will Follow the Initiation 1 of Class at Mackin Council Mackin Council held a well at tended meeting on Monday nigh with President Samuel L Robertson presiding Eight applications were favorably passed upon and the a pllcants were declared electedI Charles S Raldy reported that plans progressIngI would begin In the near future The council approved the site for thi Portland public library and donated 100 toward Its purchase All members were requested to benpresent next Monday night plans for the Initiation of a large class will be discussed A smoke ahd social session will follow tin vihod banguctthe t at event on tho same evening The three degrees will be exemplified1 bRobertAVEXUE THEATEH The auspicious opening of the ad1I vance sale at the Avenue Theater fo the engagement of The Newlywed populaplayhouse lr 111 engasemeriThis McManuan haythodanclligcl1orusbetore MOTION PICTURES Patrons of tho Casino and Orpheum will be delighted with th oxhibltednow and approved and are first run films There will be theusua l changes and also the latest Illus trated songs- LADIES AUXILIARY A O II The Ladles Auxiliary A 0 He held its regular meeting onWWednes day evening Miss Mary Corcora 011thofor the dance to be given af Schrelbers Hall Twentysixth and Bamk treats on the evening of FriI attendanoo i Wal J Thomas Lawler and Hiujk Hourlgan representing taC Ktty Board Tufted the auxiliary anti Ja- I 1 cwttit1 I I I 9 t 0S- yLM SOCIETY DIRECTORY A 0 H DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday- PresldentWI111am Murphy Vice President Anthony Tomp kins Recording Secretary Joseph E Farrell Financial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Thomas P Lawler I Sci geantatArms Louis Roller DIVISION 2 Meet First and Third Wednesday Campbell and Broadway PresidentC J Ford Vice PresidentErnest Smith Recording Secretary William T MeehanFinancial SecretaryJohn J KeaneyTreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatArmsW B Nally DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Ilnoteefath and Portland President D J Coleman Vice PresidentHugh Hourigan Recording Secretary ThomasI StevensFinancial Secretary J O Hes slon TreasurerD J Dougherty SergeantatArms James Stevens Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday rtertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial Secretary Thomas J LnnganTreasurerHarrY Brady Assistant Financial Secretary D J Reilly SergeantatArmsWilliam Cal laghan Sentinel M J McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesday At Elks Hall County President Lawrence Ford PresidentJohn G Cole Vice President J E Murphy Recording SecretaryHugh Mc Grody Financial SecretaryJohn Hogan TreasurerRaymond Stanton SergeantatArms Michael Oar city SentinelThomas Gleason Marshal Michael Noon Y Dd I rMACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth President Samuel L Robertson Vice PresidentsJoseph J Han cock A C Link Financial Secretary F G Adams 1Recording SecretaryR Osborne Corresponding SecretaryH Ker bergTreasurerW A Link Marshal J H Sheehan Inrlde Sentinel P Andrlott Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart tAi1t IrERV I Cnn leep Well and Han Splendid 1 Feb 1 1909 The person for whom I used Pastor Koenlgs Nerve Tonic Is a 66 year old lady sho suffered from want of appetite of sleeplessness and was so weak that she could hardly walk a distance of about a mile whicn she had formerly dono with ease with pout having to tako a rest severaliI times she also had spells of dizziness and fainting when In presence of many persons as at church After usin s one bottlo of the Tonic aho Is alt rights h has splendid appetite ij and In strong again Step by step disappeared my neryr tle4 of Pastor KoenlgB Nerve Tonic writes Mr Wm Gordon 620 Sth St Louisville ICy I FREE tltlqS rorl AppetiteIndustry ReviDemolol A Valuable Book on Not 8amplebottletlenta also eet the medicine free Prepared by the Rev FATBER KOEXIO of Fo- B i Wayne Ind since 1870 and now by then KOENIQ MED CO Chicago III 1O8 Lake Street Sold by Drag DU at I per Bottl 6 for 5 IeLare Alx 917S 6 Settles for J9 i tlon of St Patricks duy Action on IYtho Invitation was deferred until the next meeting MACAUM5VS Della Fox In Delightful Dolly 11Is the attraction booked Itt Macauleys for three days beginninggl next Monday It has been severn j years since this charming enter talnor has appeared before theater goers of Louisville and her reap pearance should bring out a host If her oldtime admirers whom she bail never tolled to delight in the past For trio last half lovers of musicj will have the pleasure of fthe famous Imperial Russian Orchestra which Is accompanied bj Miss Mario Stoddard as soloist eIOPKINS THEATER yAnother strong Vaudeville bill 1 s promised for Hopkins Theater next LIweek The people like good vaude 1vlllo and trio fact that the Hopkins management gives them what they tfant Is responsible for the popularity of Jhe playhouse Some of the turns to be Introduced this week are decidedly new and novel nOEX1 AIi COMMITTEE ofdCathtolio Knights of America will ha held pext Friday night at St Marys Hall on Eighth street President Mc Carthy will then announce his ap polntmenta for the various committees after which there will be a dlitcUHloB IB to tie B1ot suitable ieaqAtdelaglttn areurgftd to lbr rM at tI- II t I 1tnm= t tFm J +0 o tHo1o t SUBSCRIBE FOR I THE s r e II KENTUCKY 1 IRISH AMERICfy r it Brightest Catholic Weekly in the Southwest c loNE DOLLAR PER YEA If fHappeningslar in Catholic Circles Here and Elsewhere Take This Paper J l- itf f PhoneYy M k + l ooorti yy y fr ol1 XX x x+ X y 2 xxXII HEARTY THANKS I extended the Benefactors of St Anthonys Hospital The recent euchre for the benefit of St Anthonys Hospital was very successful and the good Sisters 01 appreciationtlonWords can not fully express our deep and heartfelt gratitude to all who have In any manner assisted our hospital In the recent charity entertainment given by the ladles of St Anthonys Hospital Sewing SO clety It Is Impossible to mention all who have helped to make the en tertalnment such a grand success but We feel that special credit Is due the ladles of the Sewing Society the gentlemen and young ladies win assisted them the donors of prIzes and eatables the Kentucky Irish American the Record Argus am purIchasers of tickets trio reverent clergy for favors and announce ments those who contributed cast towards the affair and especially all who attended the entertainment The result gives us tho means of caring formanyi more of the sick poor than otherwise would be possible and w pray to God that He may bless aU our benefactors and repay them a thousandfold for their noble charity NEW SITE St Augustines Parish to Eexswafdiflces The property on Broadway pur chased by Bishop OUonaghuo last week Is to be the site of a new Church of St Augustine a reotory and parochial school Plans for these buildings have been made builders are preparing contracts and the work Will begin as soon as the weather permits The property has a frontage of 105 feet on the south side of Broadway fiftytwo feet west of Thirteenth The new church Is to be fiftyfive feet broad and ninety feet long It will conform to modern ecclesiastical architecture will have a basement galleries uptodate heating plant and other modern equipments The buildings will be constructed of bricks and stucco The work will bf pushed rapidly when started The present church rectory and school hall will be Immediately abandoned when the new edifices are ready Father Felten pastor of St Augus tines In speaking of the matter ton representative of tale Kentucky Irish American said madeinot moving far from the old site but we intend to erect structures creditable to Broadway In due time the old church and buildings will be disposed of ploneeiCatholicin the United States Its first pas tor is now the Illustrious and Yen erablo Archbishop John Lancaster Spaldlrtg The present church fiiI only nine years old but the encroachment of manufacturing Indus fftrglMAgOXIO TJIKATKlt 1111111LulacompanyWednesday The Girl and the Kaiser The InfEmperor Josef II when ho met a pretty girl In the royal game pre serves and again discovered her 1In Vienna In time to save her sweetheart from execution as a deserter from the army Amongmany operettathe garian dances never tall to bring encore after encore REAL NEGRO MIXSXKETS The for Father Francis Felten pastor of St Augustines church Is training his band of colored min strels for tho big midwinter show that Is to bo pulled oft In the school hall 1409 West Broadway on Tues day Wednesday and Thursday February 21 22 and 23 There will he a band concert and minstrel show at 8 oclqck each evening The price of admtnelon has been fixed at twen tyflve cents The fact that the performers are all real Bgre mln sCrels will attract many ta tbe Rev teral performances S aC c lt Investment Propert- A special bargain 4n colored property consisting double cottage renting for 16 per month Price 135 Two cottages renting for 20 per month 165 Good clean property in best of condition Some one ge a bargain Let us show you We also have some fine residences near the Dominica church Sixth and St Cath- erineOREILLY CO 512 Paul Jones Building Home Phone 2755 oe TryeThat Captain Mike u Home Phoae 5337 ALL B J SAND Distributor 722 WEST JEFFERSON ST IT- SMOKES RIGHT BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky IH v ifcXir JC HALFOF YOUR TROUBLE OON E When You Use DIAMOND WALL PLASTER in Your Building MANUFACTtRKO BV KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated IIIIPlrst and River Kr I Both Phones 2399 Roth Phones 2287 Also operating Hoosier Wall Plaster Plant JelTenonville Itjd Phone 655 Yy M J BANNON Pros Mgr DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called Delivered OFFICE FORGE 713715 SEVENTH STPEHf AY A P BANNON JR VlctPris Ie ii h 0 For and AND Treat H M WOLTRING Stcritary FFU BUM Sewer PipeP Ca1 k 4K Salt Glazed Sewer altlt Culvert Pipe Baaaeas Patent Lidded Pipe fer Steal Cassias Wall Cepfag Draia Tnet Vitrified Street Paviag trick Fire IrlcllfGratelaY CMmaey Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk Brick OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON i TBtBPHONB 573 WORKS isth and Lexiaeton and MacRO Ita vrHt 9th and T8LKPHOH8 2833 tIIJIIfIyIJto Al1 U r I ci- a + i