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Digital page images are linked to the text file. d LN1Ut1Y1JEJtIA-T f f rrtuc Yvvlt lvn 9n LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 18 1911 PRICE FIVE CENTS ITS AIMr ne Leslie Hero to Glorify tlie Irish Nation and Her language Is Half An American and Comes As Envoy of tho Gaelic League To Preach Not So Much Hate For Englandas Love For fc ytL Ireland WOULD BRIDGE THE BOY to That IrishAmericans and others who have contributed for years to the financial backing of the work that Is being done by the Gaelic League and Ireland may have a better t understanding how their moo has been used a young Irishman Shane Leslie has been sent by the league to lecture In this country I Irish history and literature and all the story of a nations revival 1P r Leslies mother Is Mrs Jack oslle daughter of Leonard Jeromet id ho himself Is a cousin of Home icrotary Winston Churchill On hisof thers side he Is descended from eot the old Ulster ascendancy mllles the Leslies who migrated Ireland 300 years ago and imq more Irish than the Irish them ilves Mr Leslie a tall dark alrfcd square Jawed young man is nest of Bourke Cochran while- w York The Gaelic League of Irelandhae saldls attempting to carry 0 a the schools of the country what the Land League accomplished among the farms of the land As the Land League made Irish land free for the Irish people to live on so the Gaelic League wishes to make the Irish language and literature free to be taught in the prima schools of Ireland Since we started we have Introduced the real Iriatetoe literature into 5000 of the 60 primary schools of the land ax I compelled the Senate of the n National University to assent to mak ing the Irish language compulsory to matriculation beginning with 1913 In the decade that lies befo r0ther j us we believe that unless we sa the spoken language of a considI erable portion of Ireland we never I km i IrIsh literary tradition is twoI thousand years standing and coverst what Is known to scholars as the old Irish and the mediaeval Irish Told h I Irish is the pre Chrfsttan tra tion the mediaeval Irish Is the lit erature nod traditions of the mfdd ages We claim that Irish Is t oldest vernacular in Europe and though repeatedly legislated against for 500 years by the British Govern j ltJ1ent It has seemed to be In danger of dying only within the last half century Wo propose to have It taught In every primary school of Ireland The language movement has brought In Its train In Ireland what we call the Intellectual Nationalism By revealing the long hidden treasures of our literature it has given us the basis on which c be restored the most ancient oxo European nations How deep weof have struck In the national heart can be judged by the fact that ti language revival has been Instantly I followed by a revival of Irish tradlclal tional dancing Irish athletics sing ing and music and by a remarkable Is lattermanifestedIrish trade Before the revival Irish tweeds were sold In the market asII I tweexods erhis was sold as Danish butter n I ohimDanish butter Is sold as Irish r We have a national trade mark notMa little Celtic emblem with e InIrelandWhile the Gaelic League is n political many public men are I officers While It Is nonsectarf- and the bulk of the membershippo rther of the league has been to prea Englandlovede as bringthejjonal relatlone with the hither thishavewa and many members of the old as l ten lt belenajlsts for the first time in hlshj jr1 under the auspices of the Gadl1cofv rue I myself may be regarded 5 case In point I belong o ono f old Ulster ascondancyfamili came Into Ireland 300 years j iand in the same way that the t Norman invaders of Ireland beca 0nes nationIsmal manythe aiof stakedlife my catorre Irelaatlonnd waanationBritannicPutonteor y ii I mapFarppe rrslitance to AnKllcicaikm during 5 chumconilnvtnus talitere euanyter wh1dossoh iomostrr tl ofthew u c history of Irish literature and on Irish history Itself from the Irish standpoint to give an account to the Irishmen In this country otthemanner In which their subscriptions have been used I shall bo in New York for some time If I speak ba fore all the bodies of Irishmen and IrishAmericans which have Invited mo to do so It will take me six months SPLENDID Prank McGrattis Manage ment of Campaign Here Readers of the Kentucky Iri American and Democrats everywhe- will appreciate the following which appeared in the Cincinnati Enquirer last Sunday Throughout the campaign thot appearedNEthe city of Louisville and the Fifth Congressional district In several speeches which ho made in the Bta Mayor W O Head told the vote 8 that the Fifth district was going Democratic by about 5000 The only point on which the Mayor toll down in Ills prognostication was that the exceedeyed 1the 5000 mark The election hero was fair and orderly There was non great hurrah about the campaign tobut the Democrats were splendidly organized and many men who had not been voting the Democratic ticket for years went to the polls and voted for McCreary and the rest the State ticket Frank MoGrath CountyExecutivewho made the fight for the Demo becrate is being congratulated on all sides for his splendid management of party affairs hero Mr McGrath has been identified with Democratic pol flea here for a number of years but since he his been put in charge of organlzaton in this district he1 s developed to a point where those who are familiar with the manner partytalcs af at political generals who has come the front In recent years Mr Mc Grath Is modest and says that the Democratic victory was due to the splendid and effective work of the ryviThe result In Louisville and 00Jefferson County showed according foddiscourageed and disorganized and that they will find It very difficult to muster sufficient strength to compete wi ththe Democrats in a struggle f districtveGONE TO REWARD I Many Prlends Mourn the JIdlHogan leThe funeral of James J who died suddenly last Baturd I morning took place Monday morn ihg from tho family residence 623 i West St Catherine street at 845 I oclock and from St Louis Be trands church at 9 oclock a large i concourse of friends being present i at the solemn high requiem mass I which was celebrated by Rev Father I Parent with the Rev Fathers Baxter and OSullivan as deacon and sub deacon Mr Hogan was fiftythree Dianthe Dominican parish a member the Holy Name Society and I very devout church member a hoeI Ident of Limerick being an espe favorite ofnhe little children who all knew him as Uncle Jim Quiet and unassuming in this ma i J ner with a pleasant disposition I JimaHogan never made an enemy In lire Faithful to his fellowman a faithful to his God he has gone to Just reward but his memory will long remain with those who kne In life He Is survived by his father Michael Hogan Capt ichael Hogan and Walter brothers and one sister Miss Mary Hogan ofLEAPS TO DEATH anMiss Katherine Lauderman- pular a member of Lexingtons fash society and daughter ofand nehturfman and one of the wealthiest excitizensdelirium from typhoid fever on Mon day leapezd from the thirdfloor wlin JosephsInfJrmaryon the concrete sidewalk Miss bllalreFemalesince been a prominent member Lexington society She Is suC a by her parents and her Mrs Coleman Calloway She was numberea of J prominent families of Central Kentucky and was widely known in axmd Her funeral took place Wednesday the Rev Father Punch officiating at the mass requiem over her remains NOW PRACTICING LAW Joseph M Keyer for a umber of JjrictJj aequlrofli ow a full fledged attorney Recent + a IIn ezamlqtctlv ipraetloe of hit profeMloD wltr office In tie Xenyon building At rney Xitihaa legion of frtIUffiInij- lttlmtntf i ne awtpiorttt hW M nnncet that be will ueed u I EDIFYING Was Sight Witnessed at St Cecille s Church Last Sunday Morning Hundreds of Members of Mack In Council at Mass for the Dead State Degree Team initiates Another ateClass AVlth Impressive reFCeremonies I SOCIAL FEATURES WERE ENJOYED i toOne of the most edifying sights Catholic could witness was that at St Cecilias church at 630 oclock lIst Sunday morning when hundreds MI1 calved holy communion in a body memory of the deceased members The wastheafterthewas full of Instruction and mendation for those present mJSunday afternoon at 230 oclock thoStatea class of about forty candidates President Samuel Robertson occupied the chair and was both at prised and membersge oftheon was hold at which only routine matters received attention ThisI Canecessaryuse be re InhonortoAfter the initiation there were s eral addresses the principal one be StAnthonysJ forceful and gave the young men adI itS livered a splendid address and llowed by James J Shelley ofMackinMens Institute which had proved greatest benefit to the Catholic young men of Louisville orMservedInlast initiation this year but the campaign for continuemotetMonday3 and dance was given the members of the council and their lady friends Ini Severalhundred1I tfairpleasingn yettt membersm suggestwouldonlyII oftenerIttheyt many not now members Into Its ranks The committee In charge deserves to to men tioned as each member did his bestl to make SUCjlcessj I Charles Raldy L S Cunlff Edward I llon Charles Schuler and Pre U dent Sam Robertson This last fIn I itiation MndI I ped to pass within the next few months President Sam Robertson 1 and his fellowofficers have given r the council a splendid admlnistratlon outstaitnd ry I PREPARINGall for Observance I wMof Their Patronal SaintnThe St Cecilia Sodality of St Vln wUlcommemorate l patropNovember26 g1 stookyoung ladles will go into raft xt Monday which will continU8St roughout the week The order of I ercises will begin each evening at Inhonorrt I struction on the sacrament of I penance the Rosary sermon and VenICreatorII essed sacrament Subjects treatedFt TheSpiritI FJgTreeof Model d ahastityttdofFive Foolish Virgins On 8und I W1ll1Vbe1 I Sodality during which the girls and St young ladies of the congregation wUlII la tternoonwill bo brought to a solemn close LAID TO REST The funeral of Dennte J Colem thelargestPatricks church In recent yea I celebrant oG the sermon dwelt feelingly on the lees the community had sustained 1MfrJend A state there Wfk a constant stream of ndI1NYortJie tRlbelaoo114 e i their tribute of respect and in the evening the County Board and four divisions of the Ancient Order and the Knights of Columbus assembled In large numbers and recited the prayers for the dead The news of Mr Colemans death was a shock his friends everywhere and from 1 sections of the country have come messages t f sympathy and condolence to his bereaved relatives HOLT NAME Society For EveryParlsh 1 New York Archdiocese His Eminence Cardinal John ancy at the monthly ot the priests of the archdiocese New York at which 500 of the ciergy were present promulgated the decree that every parish In h HolyNamealways strongly advocated the Holy deepshad personal experience as a local Spiritual Director of the Holy Name Society Father Farley both as an assistant and as pastor of St Gabriels church was energetic andI mat1ata ming the membership of the so clety His Eminence commanded the establishment in all churches be Feast of the Holy Name hatnuary 21 1912 The Right Rev J Nilan Bishop of Hartford has likewise within the past two weeks commanded the establishment of a Holy Name society In every church ot his diocese On Sunday Novem bar 5 the priests and delegations of tire 1diocese were Invited to the Hartford Cathedral where the Bishop ad dressed them on the Holy Name Society Previous to the Holy Name Congress the Right Rev Alah Macs of Covington issued a pa toral letter which he commanded be read in all the churches of t diocese and in which he enjoined alJ pastors the establishment of the eYHoly Name society His Eminence BIshopOConnorevln of iPlttsburg and Bishop D Fnul of Trenton have taken simfl action regarding the Holy Na S ocietyrei wasHAPPILY UNITED 4 oi tiotny was that of Bernard George Miller of Teffersonvllle andjjMlss Winifred daughtertof Capt and Mrs James AIcLaughlin of New Al- E bany whose marriage was sol emnized Wednesday morning Holy Trinity church the ceremo being performed by the Rev Jam Ryan associate teeter of the church Miss Catherine McLaughlin sister the bride was bridesmaid and Jseph Mattingly of Indianapolis w best man The bride who enter the church on the arm of the groo was attired In white chiffon over pearlsIcaught with a cap of duchess lace e carried a shower bouquet of roses and lilies of the valley T bridesmaid wore pink silk popli CJlrlthe ceremony Mr and Mrs Miller were tendered a reception at the MarketIated with flowers and palms phi and white being the color ache r and Mrs Miller are now on trip to Northern cities and will j at home attar November 28 at 21 West Market street The bride ia a popular young woman with a large number of admiring friends The theCumbarlandLouisville RECENT DEATHS Monday morning the funeral of ichael Bench took place from St Frances of Rome church In Clifton Rev Thomas White was celebrant ofon the requiem mass and preached a sermon that left a lasting Impress on the many whohad assembled to pay respect to the memory of their departed friend The funeral of Frank Dlllman place Monday morning fro Pauls church Rev Father York celebrating the requiem mass He was thirtyeight years old and a bricklayer He Is survived by his father Jacob Dlllman four brothers Jacob Jr George Matthew at Robert Dlllman and three sisters Mrs Martin Schnabel Mrs Ben and Mrs Gus Young Funeral services over the remains John Ford aged seventyfive years and one of the oldest employ the Louisville Nashville ra atayat his home 1507 Garland eve were hold Sunday afternoon at Williams church Rev Father Ford officiating Mr Ford has been the employ of the railroad for the j last pternecked with the companys store I Itdepartment in South Louisville For years he was a bridge carpenter I anBOYS CLUB h mLeaders in the Catholic church F Atlanta Ga hive begun a mov leant for the organization of a IItJ2meeting teas Hen laM 111 un derstood the promoters are la favor rtlnba athletic lined gymaMttc qul i ofInealtIJit t ry3T Jl k k 1yk4A A SURPRISES hejjPlace In British Pol IUes Balfoora Resignation a Blow to Libt1eral Cause Home Rule Campaign is Going ThroughoutonofEngland CLOyB10 In his weekly cable to the American press T P OConnor the Irish Parliamentary leader says the last week was filled with successive and Asquithbeganistry Intends next year to introduce changeInreducing It to manhood suffrage and other reforms which must make an enormous addition to the voters and which will mark a further mlle stone In the complete democratizing of England But A J Balfours resignation as leader of the opposition in the House of Commons submerges that and every other question and adds an other point to the extraordinary run of luck to the Liberals and another brokenfortune resigssena co Parliamentsho ry spermonhis position as the greatest mind in the esand rPotheric In himpopmupon hastened signation ill health was the real suflered withhimj ultimatum to choose between rem nation and death Balfours farewell freefromrecrImination atatdifficnyalt successeaor Chamberlainofaiter tothe place Ladw andm In position TheLiberals are delighted at the change In aheadlong1 whfhcbi tnhatt forth as att sold and united high tariff par tyhad unless some strange and unexpected cataclysm Interrupts British traP longspellhungerNo aky maany n ottibe6stands a stronger position than over and already the people laugh dHflcultye rule or Welsh disestablishment b next year The one serious cloud on the Liberal horizon is the continued labor unrest and there Is still a bitterness of feeling against the Ministry for railwaysduring strikeThecampaign herenactively and Redmonds speeches continue enormously to help t growing unanimity for home rule III DEnllOTifIGIIT Pimr Members of Division Pour t AdBer 0man trand Hall was christened McDermott nlghtas Michael J MeD or In mott the Councllman elect from the Ninth ward was host to the members attending Mr McDermott made a short address thanking the supportilIn on clusion served cigars The members not to be outone had President John Hennessy decoy the Councilman from the hall and had a committee hHennessy eatIn to of Mr McDermotts Installa on Tuesday evening The application of Chris ZJuehmer was T- received vreportedi operaticinancial beteter mCfltIngattending are due for a surprise FATHBit strrroN IKAVW i bei Ilptptatea ot Cwt w obeenoQz 1st Monastery at Norwood Park Chicago spent the first of the week here preparatory to leaving for his justfinishedto close up his work at the Sacred art Retreat before taking charge ofStpresetheadLoagubut sistant from the Passlonlst fathers stationed horn JUBILEE Bazar Por St Boniface Church Ready Por onOpening openIng the benefit of St Boniface church which will open Monday in the new and large St Boniface Hall on Fehr avenue near Jackson street and weekForthisbazarmake It the greatest ever given in Louisville Nothing has been 1left undone that would odd to the pleas ure of its patrons some of whom ItIIThuSday which will be known as me coming day The programme for the other days has been arranged as theRightvicinityTuesday StBonifaceseveningto totheandInandtheafternoontol and In the evening to tho fraternalj societies Saturday afternoon to the school children of the city and workIngmenMonday totheMcDermottLieutenante newly elected Board of Aldermen Councilmen Meals will be served every evening from 5 to 9aj oclock by the ladles of the parish PLANNINGhfa For Active Campaign For r Catholic Knights it1gattheproceedingsg of h olic Knights of America at the meeting held on Friday night of last week at St Marys Hall The contlnuatiheon InauguratedbI prelaratlon for a grand initiation at the January meeting in conjunction officersAfterwhich Delegates Reichert Dowling Murphyandmeetingunderthen continue the order until all been visited President Meehan of Branch 25 the coming of Supreme Invltedhdelegates Johnsbrancht John B Murphy announced that an InJeffersonvUJehonor of the Supreme President nd extended anInvitation111Supremo Delegate Veeneman do anllhisladlesbranch approval butthat1 PROMOTEDhe Upon the recommendation of Detectives JohnEnrIghtto Detective Sergeants and trans tarred from the Seventh district l the Central office Both have been district detectives in the Seventh district and their promotions are mer- Ited by the splendid work they have done Hogan was appointed patrol J in 1900 and was made a district detective in November 1909 Enrlght was appointed a patrol September 1898 and was assigned to plain clothes duty In ti Seventh district November 3 190hHogan and Enright are recognized- lor their ability as detectives and are popular with their fellowofflcers ADMIRALS DAUGHTERSd When Miss Frances Potts entered the Carmelite Convent at Baltimore father Admiral Potts U S the last of his daughters the religious life Miss Marie JPotts the eldest of the trip of chugI tiers founded a convent in second entered a Carmelite con t In Philadelphia and the thin Frances took the noritla 31hasWELCOME VISITOR Mary Elizabeth Keenan Is t S name of a lovely baby girl born Su hen day morning to 1IC1HdMraThomas Keenan JrILDd wbp will christened tomorrow at St P- arleksl11 t this week the proud tether sad grandfather hays Wen arlBjf tbe fmile that wont OJB n f and upon both congratulations i pouring In from all quartern I 1n L FRUITFUL H Will Prove Results of Visit of Head of the Catholic Knights t President Gaudin Sets Forth Stand- Ing i and Work Society i Is Doing eo Addresses Largely Attended Meeting At St Johns Church Sunday Afternoon I FATHE SCHUMANNS APPROVAL Fruitful Indeed to the Catholic Knights of America will prove tho visit to this city of Supremo PrcsU dent Gaudin and the congregational meeting held last Sunday afternoon at St Johns Clay and Walnut Su President Gaudin arrived hero unday morning from New Orleans and was mot by a committee com posed ot Gen Michael Reichert Col J P McGinn State Secretary Will lam T Meehan and William M Higgins Tho guest and committee were entertained at breakfast at the home of Col McGinn and then at tended the high mass at St Johns The distinguished visitor was the guest of Mr and Mrs William T Meohan at a bounteous dinner where he remained until escorted to the meetingj was crowded when the Rev Father Schuhmann alteredBinthe opening prayer after President Meehan welcomed the inandtroducedhead of the safest Catholic fraternal Insurance society In the country Supreme President Gaudin was given hearty greeting and made a de cided impression upon those who heard him The Catholic Knights of America he said was the oldest societyinstrongest of the 220 orders now do lag business having the largest per capita per member of any It Is bo said strong financially and spir ually and ever looking after tbe andihereafter This order cares for the widow and orphan and home and thus helps In the bringing up of manly men and womenly women a duty that rests upon all- President Gaudln submitted fig ures showing the comparative cost of fraternal and old line insurance which was greatly in favor of the lwherei l been kept under the home roof the beneficiaries were enabled to lead lives of usefulness and hope In closing he stated that 17500000 had been paid out by this order and that dally 2000 was going into r Catholic homes that had been bereft It was the duty of the Catholic Knight to ask all to join and share the benefits the members enjoy and thus uplift and elevate our fellow man Instilling a love of God our neighbor and our country Gen Michael Reichert addressed his remarks to the ladies and the re sponsibility that rests upon them iand pointed out that the rates of the C K of A were right for economy and high enough for absolute safety The General made a strong appeal for the Uniform Rank and quoted Archbishop Glennon and Bishop Colton to prove that In every way ho military branch was a powerful factor in the Catholic affairs ot the dayPresident Kinney of Jefferson vllle demonstrated with figures the everywhere and told many things A a society that exerts an Influence eevrywhere and toLld many things not generally known to those outside the order Rev Dr Schuhmann advised each member to talk for the order one of the great features of which is that religiontoand declar d his Nlntentlon of at once becoming a member Inclosing X- N President Meohan expressed the anxiety of many to organize a ladles branch and tendered his services and those of the Central Committee to assist them anAFTER MANY YEARS 8Voter statlonkeeper the ighland Police Station and Mrs Emma Ryan janitress at the same November tepderedher Police Lindsey effective on November 22 Tlvnan is a widower with aNwidow with five children The care mony will be performed hy Father A OOrady pastor of St Alpyilua arilagroom go yenta brides daughter bin 1Ji oW fortobrideelect wale sweethearts in their youth but until a feM nthe asjanttresatditctation twentyeight yearii 8AVW MUCH LAWOtt J- Ah Iowa Inventor iii patented a bedttMd that wide awttreu eon roller and tHrotg so that t- aU ne turned around or over irtNi mini mum of effort k4S v 4i V fvH vV r I w r i KENTUOKY IRISH AlWERIOANj 1 il q s KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflH Uvote4 to the Social sad Mora Mvancetaeseat llrlsh Aaerkaas and Caihallca Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mtna Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY se BnUred at the LonUvlll PoitoHIc a SecoadCliu natter A44uSlan Commaalzatlnt to tile KENIUCKY IRISH AMERICA 31921 West Qtttm SL U NTRADES COUNC- ILLOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 18 1911 MONEY MANIA How different are our Catholic educational institutions from others can be best Judged from the words of Dr Andrew F West of Princeton University who writes thus of the real aim of tho many colleges where the true religion Is not recognized We often bear It said that learn ing should have a practical purpose and that sounds reasonable enough until we Inquire what Is meant by practical Then wo usually find that practical means money getting We are told that learning Is only val uable If It helps a man In the struggle of life But If that Is ever generally believed the universities will change their nature and our civilization will become only an elaborately organized barbarism Universities rose Into being and flourished In power and splendor because their business was to help not the individual In his struggle for life but the world In Its effort to rise above the struggle for life Dr West realizes that without religion there can be no education with the moral uplift that will pre serve our country and Its Institutions as the founders of our government intended A GROWING EVIL As the Providence Visitor well says It Is a striking commentary on the pagan spirit of the times that the following words from the lips of a woman could find place even In a yellow Journal Mothers can not afford to rear families because In tho attempt they will lose the affection of their husband squander their beauty break their own hearts and receive no reward for their pains On these grounds the woman of today may lawfully excuse herselfThe rantings of Irresponsible per sons would best be treated by silence I but when everybody with a fadbeL rb criminal or unnatural or absurd Is given first place in a certain class of widely read Journals It Is In evitable that harm will come to those who absorb the dnllv poison Of course the glorious galaxy of Cath e olic mothers who have pride and honor in the fruit of their mother hood are not affected by such atrocious drivel but it is not Im possible that some tainted already by the selfishness of immoral doc trinaires do not hold these views In abhorrence as they should Altogether apart from the con- sIderation of stern duty in the mat ter It Is clear to any person who Is not abnormal or debased that children are a bond that binds the loves and the lives of husband and wife Only the criminally selfish married shirker can fall to see that the child in the mothers arms that most endearing of human sights Is the best guarantee of the con tinued happiness of the normal decent man and wife It is true of course that the duty of motherhood does not square with the horrid I ambitions of the debased creatures who love their country for Its easy divorce laws nor with the desire of the wife whose god is self but Catholic women are not of these WORST IN WORLD Andrew D White American scholar and diplomat recently declared that the most disgraceful evil in America today is the terrible Increase in the number of murders and the Immunity from punishment- of the guilty men- The United States today has the highest percentage of murders of any country in the world pen years ago there were only 117 to the million today there are 126 Ten years ago one In every seventyfour cases was punished today only one in eightysix meets the penalty proscribed j by law That this condition is due largely to the lax manner In which our criminal laws are enforced J there IB no doubt I As long as thta condition holds true our Declaration of Independence fa a Joke In that great document lit IU stated that all men are endowed by the Creator with certain in alienable rights that among these are life liberty and the pursuit of topptaeia Yt without life liberty and the pursuit of happfaeM are of comp tJnpoMiblet The conduct off mot flt or murder trials it a die grace to our mtabood and the abuse of thee appealt ft e1more tigracetulJ In New York he lays there are convicted onnrderen wino were enteheed to death more thaaia year ill awaiting Jhua1 Button on e their appeals And conditions in Now York State are typical of the entire country I dont hesitate tol say that the solution of this problem is the most Important work before us Though coming none too soon the people of Louisville will appreciate tho 10 per cent discount announced by the Louisville Water Company to take effect the first of the now year The Water Company has been veil managed by President Grainger Mayor Head and the other Com missioners The Girls High School has been suffering from lack of heat neces sitating the dismissal of the pupils on different days Jones changes are not working well Richard Croker will arrive today from Ireland and will spend the winter in Florida Recently his name has been mentioned for the Mayoralty of Dublin Actual figures from committee men sometimes prove the fIgurer to be a very poor mathematician These forward movements with an orear front are liable to kick backward rust for office is most destructive of patriotism IDismal days these for the de feated JEFJPERSONVILLE Rousing Meeting of Cath olic Knights NightMondayI Catholic men and women of Jef fersonville turned out in goodly numbers Monday night to attend the open meeting of Branch 54C K of A and greet Supreme President Gaudin and a delegation of Knights from Louisville President John Kinney explained the purpose of the meeting which was called on short notice and then introduced the Supreme President who spoke for an daybeforewere called upon were Gen Michael Reichert Cal J P McGinn Presi dent Will T Meehan and the editor of the Kentucky Irish American Phesldent Gaudins address left a marked impress on his hearers and will do much to awaken interest across the river Before leaving Louisville President BishopODonaghuecordially received Monday the visitor was the guest of Gen Relchert William T Meehan and President Eugene McCarthy who en tertained him inreal Kentucky style showing him our many insti tutions and points of interest Dr Gaudin left Monday night for St Louis to attend the semiannual meeting of the Supreme Board of Trustees TIME WILL COME What it shall be we do not know How It shall come we can not tell Whether it shall come as the old prophets thought amid the clash of worlds or wreck of matter or as morningweIt will be Just as easy for this world andthereI beginning must be somewhat adjusted Here wrong Is sometimes triumphant In solent power occasionally victorious I and unblemished virtue misjudged and I astheandtheglorIousphrasG shallbeDAD AND TIlE nOyII A young boy about sixteen years of theStateExIpressfinetellow ofhIsoutComeIIngI replied Im going to mYfftther1QhgoodtimeansweredOne I suddenlyitaw a glimpse of how a very I problemmight ratherispendtoorowithmore funo be with father may lookbiglaytime He has given the Wit hCNlto sde possible to the future Tne bo- ywliolo1fllupundrchtutU1are fa pretty certain to become a clean and worthy eittum He to Mfegnarded from nd telllptlaUOU- t 1 TILE LITTLE SISTERS a Amid the citys dust and din Your patient feet have trod Wherever sorrow is or sin You do the work of God You seem In many a shadowed place A glory from above The peace of heaven is In your face And in your heart is love Your brow is lined with others cares And aches for others needs You bless the dying with your pray j I ersII with your deeds You sow tho wayside hope that lives Where else were only dearth Your love is like the rain that gives Heavens secret to the earth The pitying thoughts that fill your eyes And rob your years of rest That lead you still where misery sighs And life Is all unblest Are as the tears that angels shed Oer darkened lives forlorn Stars in the gloom till night has fled And dew on earth at morn A St John Adcock SOCIETY 1 Mrs John P Hanley of Crescent Hill has been visiting friends at Frankfort I IOfficer Charles Buecher of the Sixth Police district is enjoying hIs ten days vacation I Miss Anna Belle Murray of Clifton is visiting in New Orleans the guest of Mrs Gibson Mr and Mrs J E Rehm of the Highlands are home from a months visit In North Carolina Mr and Mrs Matthew Brady of St Matthews have been entertaining Miss Annie Brady of Indianapolis IMIss Marguerite Ryan was last week the guest of her cousin Miss Mary Decoursey at Highland Park I Mrs James Wathen has returned to Lebanon after visiting Mr and Mrs J A Wathen on Cherokee road I Miss Aline Zlx has gone to New Orleans and from there will go to San Antonio Texas to spend the winter Mrs Edward J McDermott enter tamed at luncheon Thursday In honor of Miss Mary R Christie of Plttsburg IMrs Charles Searcy who was the guest of Mrs Lula Grady in South Louisville has returned to her home at Howell Ind IMrs Johanna Garrltty of 1329 Hull street has gone to Shelbyvllle to spend several weeks with Mrs Otto ChrIstman- I Mrs Martin J Donahue who has been visiting relatives In Washing ton DC has returned to her home at Crescent Hill P E Henchey was a guest for several days last week at the Savoy Hotel In New York where he went on a business trips I II1l1ss Clara Hoollhan of Tampa Fla arrived In New Albany the first of the week to visit Miss Carrie Mur ray East Spring street I IMrs e Guy Osterman and daughter Mary Catherine left last Saturday evening for Chattanooga Tenn to remain until the holidays iI I1IIIsses Mary Joe and Mabel Walters of Frankfort were here for a short visit to Mrs James Gibbons and family In the East End I IMr and Mrs W G ORourke of Parkview were last week called to Cairo Ill on account of the Illness of their brother Louis ORourke I Miss Margaret Malone has re turned to her home In the High lands after an extended visit with Miss Ethel Foraker In Cincinnati IGeorge Holland Superintendent of St Louis cemetery who has been out for the past two weeks will return to St Josephs Infirmary next week to undergo a new operation IThe many friends of Miss Mary E Hennessy sister of Thomas J Hen nessy who has been seriously ill with the grip at her home 1818 learnIthatthe road to complete recovery The Crystal Club will entertain With a select danco at Glenola Hall on Thanksgiving eve November 29 The Committee of Arrangements is composed of William Collins Ed ward Barrett Dan Buch George Atteberry R F Curtsinger and C E Fitzpatrick Mr and Mrs G Hendrlcka an nounce the engagement of their daughter Matilda to Frank Leo Schneider Tho wedding will take place at St Martins church on Wednesday afternoon November 29 A reception will follow at the home of the bride 809 South Shelby street Rudolph KillIan Jr and Miss Anna May RiceVll1re married Wednesday morning at Holy Trinity church New Albany the ceremony being performed by the assistant rector the Rev Father Ryan Many friends of the worthy couple were present to assist at the nuptial mass and offer congratulations- Mr and Mrs David Welsh who surprised their Mendi by being quietly married at St Louis Her trunda ohurob on November f RIFather La Planto otflQlftting have Just returned from tkelr h neynaoon ril trip and are at Jade to friends at 1114 Seventh treat tbelrI Welsh before her marriage war Jane Casey The social srsldt of hurt week laII t- j M J I j 7 Newport was the twentyfifth anniversary of the marriage of Mr and Mrs John L Mullen celebrated on November 10at the BlUegrass Inn Their friends gathered in large num bers to congratulate the worthy I couple making the occasion one that will be long recalled with feelings I of real pleasure Mrs Mary E Ryan announces the marriage of her daughter Elenora- M of Jeffersonville to William S Rider of this city on Wednesday morning November 29 at St Augustines church In Jeffersonville at 8 oclock The bridetobe is n very popular young lady in the city across tho liver while the groom Is a well known young business man- n the West End IIMany torepeople were pleased ceive the following invitation this week Mr and Mrs John D Willett request the honor of your presence at the marriage of their sister Mary Vincent to Earl Edward Groves Wednesday afternoon November 29 at 4 oclock St Charles Borromeo church Louisville Ky At home after December 10 1357 Twentysixth street The marriage of Miss Emma Louise Hausman and Phil F Doll Jr was solemnized Wednesday afternoon at St Johns church Clay and Walnut streets the Rev George Schuhmann performing the cere mony Both bride and groom are well known and popular and many friends were present tq witness the ceremony and tender their congratu lations I Miss Bridget Joyce and Patrick O Farrell will be united in marriage next Wednesday afternoon at St Louis Bertrands church at 330I oclock Miss Catherine Joyce sjs ter of the bride and Thomas Farrell brother of the groom will act as I attendants After the ceremony aI reception will be held at their future home 2116 Dumesnll street Both of the contracting parties are i members of the Dominican parish and a have a host of friends In that section who will be on hand to wit ness their marriage ARE ON WAY Archbishops Farley and OOolI and Monsignor Falconlo sailed this week for Rome where they will be formally raised to the dignity of i Cardinal on November 27 Many of I the prominent clergy anti laymen of the Eastern States assembled to bid them adieu Archbishop Farley Is taking with him to Rome one of the finest Cardinals rings in the world It contains a sapphire with theI largest surface of any sapphire In Ii this country The ring was pre sented to the Archbishop before his I TheIring of a Cardinal although the robes of the prelate are red I ITUmmy DINNER I Club is ar ranging for a Jolly Thanksgiving for Its members and their families who will be treated to a turkey dinner beginning at 530 and continuing until all have been served Twenty turkeys have been ordered and in addition there will be everything seasonable This club encourage- dii the recent Initiation of thirtyI I members has inaugurated another membership contest with Ben Beck man and Will Larkin as rival captains The initiation will take place early in the new year TAKES YEW PLACE W A Link for a number of I acIcepted a position with the H I Wood Electrical Company 514 West Main street where he will have j charge of the sales department It would be difficult to ask for any information in th eelectrlcal busl ness that Mr Link can not furnish and the Wood Company is fortunate In securing his services SWORN IN THURSDAY P T Sullivan the newly elected Magistrate of the Seventh Magis terial district received his election certificate this past week and Immediately opened an office at 609 West Market street Squire Sulli vans past experience in the office and prompt attention to all business brought before him insures a re newal of the same and he will have Capt Tom Riley as Constable who served In the past two years under Squires Browning and Gifford MISS GLOVERS DEBUT Next Friday night November 24 I at the Shubert Masonic Miss Marie Glover the beautiful and accom plished daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter Glover will make her Ameri singerMissstudying abroad and returns with leadingteachersing her will be Miss Cornellle Over street piano Karl Schmidt celloist and Frederic Cowles accompanist I SODALITY EUCHRE A euchre will be given at Bertrand Hall on Tuesday afternoon and evening November 28 under the auspices of the ladles of the Blessed Virgin Sodality the pro ceeds to be donated to St Louis Bertrands church The afternoon games will be called at 230 oclock and the evening games at 8 oclock sharp Many handsome prizes have been secured by the ladies niigri PEERS The number of Peers who enjoy any popularity in Ireland Is very small although personally many are rmanesr classesknowLeakytateathemajonlthlatortealUnionPeercategory ai a Cromwelliaa land bolder in the eyes of those who bold eQ teoaetoaaljr to the old took 7p WICKLOW I A County In Ireland That I Caused Moore to Write Poem- Mountainous and Picturesque Place That Lends Interest to Tourists Its Inhospitable Coast Has Few Harbors But Excellent WatersI ABOUNDS IN HISTORIC RUNS I IThe County Wlcklow is Just south of Dublin on the eastern coast of Ireland From Bray to the southern corner near Balllngate House It Is fortyone miles long and from MIzzen Head to the boundary near Dunlavln It Is thirtyone and a half miles broad It has an area of 781 square miles and a popula tion of 70000 The entire county is a mass of mountains subsiding into low hilt ridged land and small plains along the sea coast south of Bray Head Wlcklow contains a smaller area of level land than any other county in Ireland The old form of the name Is Wykynlo which is Danish The native Gaelic name is Kllmantan the Church of St Mantan one of St Patricks companions to whom the ancient church was dedicated The Wlcklow mountains do not run together In chains but are thrown In groups knots and clusters or rather the whole mhy be said to form one great group The culminating summit of the whole group Is Luganaquilla 3039 ifeet high which stands a little to the southwest of the center of the county It is a great flattopped mountain the high est In Lelnster precipitous on some of its sides One mile southwest of this Is SlIevemaap 2498 feet tall Wlcklow has many other mountains and hills but those named are the most important Except at Bray Head and Wlcklow Head the whole coast Is low with a fine sandy strand the entire way occasionally Interrupted by a low projecting spur of rock It is a most Inhospitable coast containing no harbor where vessels might shelter except those of Wlcklow and Ark low which can scarcely be called harbors at all The Avoca falling into the sea at Arklow is the most Important river In the county and drains most of the middle and east of Wlcklow The Avoca Is formed by the Junction of the Avonmoro and Avonbeg and the point of confluence is the well known spot concerning which Moore wrote The Meeting of the Waters This mountainous county has other rivers and streams like the Aughrlm river tho Annamore the Annamoo the Glensdan the Glenalo the Gold Mines the Vartry the Dargle the Bray the Cookstown the Llffey the Slaney the Dereen and the Derry rivers Besides Wlcklow has a plentitude of beautiful mountain lakesOne of the most important towns in Wlcklow is Bray a town of 6000 but about onethird of the inhab itants reside in that part of the town that lies In Dublin It is the finest and most favored watering place in Ireland It lies under the north side of Bray Head has a fine strand and in its Immediate neighborhood there is an Infinite variety of the loveliest scenery Wlcklow the assize town has a population of 3391 It lies near the mouth of the Vartry river Like Bray It is celebrated as a watering place Lead and copper mines were worked In Wlcklow in days gone by and gold In considerable quantities was found in the waters of the Gold Mines river Wlcklow was the or iginal territory of the OBrynes OTooles and OMalleys Glendalough Is the gem of Wlck low but the natural attractions are enhanced by tho historic associa tions of the place and by the Inter esting ecclesiastical ruins scattered over the lower parts of the glen In the early part of the sixth century St Kevin who like St Columbkllle and many other Irish saints was a member of a princely family founded a monastery there which became a great center of religion and learning Ruins of the old place that survive are a round tower 110 feet high Our Ladys church St Kevins kitchen and an old Cathedral that is coeval with the round tower Wlcklow is the most beautiful of all the beautiful counties in Ireland APOSTOLIC DELEGATE Monslgnor Canali Under Secretary oi State at the Vatican will not bo appointed Apostolic Delegate at Washington to succeed MonsIgnor Falconlo as has been reported It was positively asserted at the Vat- Ican Wednesday that MonsIgnor Canali1 would not be transferred from his present position nor did the Papall Secretary of State Cardinal Merry del Val wish him to abandon that office Among the candidates mentioned for the office Monslgnor Agius Apostolic Delegate at Manila Is most favored The Pope has decided to aselgnvArchbishop OConnell to the titular church of St Calllxtui attached to the Benedictine monastery of that name instead of Sancta SusannaKILLED IN A WRECK I A telegram was received by MiM iariMa Cain of 1830 Portland av- enuJearly Monday morning from Pine Blufh rkfiaUnlrthat her aunt filettor CterUwa formerly KM Mary Ann Cain bfLottlkvllle bad- bpn killed M a railroad accident at that place Ihe WU a member of1 the order of Staten of Charity for hlrtyelKht year At one this she was Mother Oupertor of tTfcomaa ss r elN4 il olelN ONN NNO O ONNr9sONNia IUNDERWEI MISSES VESTS AND PANTS 25c Medium 1 weight nicely made pants with drop seat 39c values 252 special this week for garment 2 MISSES SOc UNION SUITS 39cSwiss ribbed media weight pure white sizes from 12 to 16 years limited 9cDCHILDRENS VELASTIC VESTS AND PANTS 25cmillI 2ScSwissI25c 25c t ribbed ues ClimitedBHILDRENS VALASTIC UNION SUITS SOc iOcdropCHILDRENS SLEEPING GARMENTS SOc i 50cyears i HERMAN STRAUS e SONS rOKRTH AVENUt MARKET STRICT NNtaSOS06iiNNNNNOSNNNu J- It0- WEWANT YOUR WORK r Prepared to Do It 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announced for next Tues day night at Schrelbera Hall This action was taken as a mark of re spect for the memory of the late County President D J Coleman who had been a true friend and wise counsellor to their organization The dance will not take place until after the holidays CONNELLYS CURE I In another column will be seen the advrtfementof Matthew Con nellys sure cure for rheumatism Mr Connelly accidentally dl cov eed this remedy twenty years ago and was recently advised to manu facture and place it on the market I i He Is connected with the Louisville street cleaning department and his word Ias always SB good as his bond ROMES DBNSUS A autResMHUaDtrnai- Olb its just been o pltandthe DopolaUon la found to M 611181 +an increase for the 4aada X611Nomes 7 n I PETER Me ANDRIOT S WAG ON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing Riftta TkK 205 AND 207 WEST SHEEN STREET Back In the reign of Y pasian U population was estimated a 2000000 In the Middle Ages ih belowcity In point of population Naple baa 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has a fondness for air- Ing his knowledge of the classics Mr McKenna has a son Virgil who during the past season was the star pitcher of the Owla a baseball team that numbered among Its pa trons many of the members of the famous Meadow Brook Hunt Club and the Wheatley Hills colony During Ute courso of a dinner recently ten dered to the members of the Owl baseball club the towns classical scholar said to the proud father of the purveyor of curves Mr McKenna I presume that like myself you are a great lover of the classics Of course you are Ca mlllar with the Latin writers and I suppose that It was your love for the great Virgil that prompted you to name your son after the man who so vividly depicts the charms of We countryI Mr McKenna though gaged In dissecting the limb of a good Long Island chicken turned to the rural Laltlnlst and said I must ad mit that I am rather unfamiliar with the early writers whom you are so fond of quoting and t want to assure you that my lusty son Is not named after any pagan poet even though that poet was engaged In singing the praises of the simple life That boy of mine Is named after an Irish monk born In Ireland twelve hundred years ago Ho was an illustrious mission ary who In the days when many European nations sat In darkness left Ireland and bore the torch of Christian faith and civilization through England France and on to Austria where In 755 he was eventu ally forced to accept not merely the headship oft the Abbey but the epis copal charge of the diocese of Salts burg Itself St Virgil was a man distinguished In the science of theology mathematics and gastronomy Long before the scientific world had dreamed of adopting the system ofI Copernicus St Virgil held that the i world was round and that there were people living on the other side of It And It strikes me that our presence here In Wtestbury tonight to honor the boys who have handled the leath er sphere so splendidly Is a convinc ing proof that St Virgil held the correct theory as to the sphericity of the earth As a result of Mr McKennas remarks which were overheard many of the diners there has byII of late an unusually large demand at the Westbury Public Library for hooks ln Irish history And those who have Investigated have found that his statements were correct In every detail BRIEF VISIT The Rev Oharles Curran pastor of Holy Trinity church New Albany left Tuesday night for a brief visit to Indianapolis During his absence the affairs of the parish were looked after by his assistant Rev James Ryan RECOVERING Henry Lurdlng Deputy County Clerk who resides at 1320 Christy avenue and who recently under went a surgical operation at St Jo sephs Infirmary Is Improving rapidly LATEST IN STYLES The coming season will be a vel vet season beyond a doubt This season there Is not one de cided favorite In suit fabrics The newest Jackets have long sleeves with slightly elongated arm hole Girdles and sashes are often In bright colors on black and white gownsBlack velour will probably be the most important fabric of the season in coats because it will be used not only for street salts but for evening- wear Afternoon altormade will sot be confined to velvets aloueai velour deBlaine corduroy peau de sole rfn4 wfcJeordH are also modish and luxurious Jarge colters In found pointed or- hood Affects are touch la evidence These are nsnally iflnlih a off WIth long narrow riven ending below flu WaistHpe tits hoop melee and the cauntlet cuff are ttrikliut features at the present time and dombtless will be oome even mote orononttttfi a the waton advance TRY MATTHEW CONNELLYSI FOR I RHEUMATISMFOR BALERS DRUG STORE I Webster and Story Ave MONUMENTS recervIngfromBarre loads of Monuments for our Fall trade the largest and best assortment we have ever carried which we can offer at a bargain Please give us a c- allMULDOON Monument Company 318 W Green St Louisville Ky KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Eighty candidates will be initiated at Waukon Iowa on November 26 Great preparations are being made at Evansville for the initiation that will take place on Thanksgiving day The fourth degree for the Okla homaArkansas district will be con ferred at Little Rock on February 19 A bridge whist tournament to continue four weeks was begun Wednesday by the council at Denver ColThe attendance at the Institution of tho council at Crawfordsville Ind on November 19 promises to be a recordbreakerWinamac Council one of the youngest In Indiana will confer the three degrees on a class of fiftyfive on Thanksgiving day theAcademynext Monday might promises a larger return for charity than any former oneFollowing the Initiation of a class of fifty at Manltowoc WIs on Thanksgiving day there will be aIbanquet to which the ladles will be Invited Hot Springs Ark will soon have a council The work of organizing Was undertaken at a meeting at tended by more than fifty men of the two local parishes who are working with the aim of seeing a big class initiated VETERAN ON VACATION Patrolman J J Bierne of the enjoyinghisbeingtheBeirne misses roll call being one of the most faithful officers In the department and has made a record in the twentyone years he has served as a wearer of the blue FORTY nouns The Forty Hours prayer lIs ap pointed for next week at St Charles Borromeo church beginning tomor TuesdayTJifsvotions will be held In the old church Rev Father Raffo will be assisted by a number of the local clergy WEEK OF REST AnilSquire tobeWereJolneCreka1PoliceCourtDeputyClerk TIIKDATIISW Mr and Urn John A Fliher of- Daytes equntr announce tie en rKinant and approaching marriage RaeellaBarbaplaceatstMartineeknrek llngofwellkaeai TIIElil DUTIES Why Many Cardinals Must Have Residence In Rome The average American has no idea of the vastness of the routine work done by the College of Cardinals Milt a reading of the following authoritative list of congregations will show j why eo many tot the Cardinals have to live in Rome where they will bo able to assist the Pope in the management i of the spiritual affairs of over three hundred million Catho lics Congregation of the Holy Omce To guard the teaching df faith and morals All those questions of mar riage difficulties come before It The Pope Is Prefect and Cardinal Ram polla is Secretary The Conslstorlal Congregation Its once is to attend to consistories to found new dioceses to elect Blshops to regulate seminaries etc Tile Pope is Prefect of this important com SecreitarI otltheCongregation of the Council De cides on all qucstionls touching the precepts df the church and all pious worksCongregation of Affairs of Religious Decides those matters throughout the world which relate to affnlrB of religious whether bound by simple or solemn vows- Congregation I for the Propagation of the Faith Cardinal Gottl Prefect Mgr Veccla Secretary I Congregation of the IndexAt tends td the ocndemnatlon of Immoral books or unsound books end writings Congregation of Sacred Rites Watches over the diligent observance of the ceremonies of the church the canonization of saints and the tare care of also relics Sacred music ispropoII Ceremonial Congregation Attends to all the ceremonies connected with I Pontifical functions StudiesKeepguard seminaries end confers degrees for special learning Congregation for Extraordinary Affairs of Ecclesiastics Assists the Pope and Secretary of State In all matters connected with civil laws and concordats The Sacred Penetentlarfo Decides questions of conscience The Sacred Roman Rotai Hears all disputes and tries all cases that appeal to Rome The Apostolic SegnaturaIs like a court of appeal from the decisions of the Rota Cardinal Vincent is pres ent head of It The Apostolic iCancellaria Of Chancery of the PopeAttends to the volume of business belonging to the cmceThe Apostolic Camera Looks after tho temporal matters of the Holy See I NEW HOPE Albert Thompson a prominent resident of New Haven nnd Miss Elizabeth Burch of New 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CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary andnfonts Shotrin Forte saNrK A CALII4Nt5ft SUOfNG 1100 Ne ar1 wwMI1 fopptb AMI lKMMH Till mmn snwr r u 4A HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News NotesM Division 1 meets Tuesday nightL and It Is urged that every member attendAt an enthusiastic meeting held last week Division 7 of Syracuse iIn- itiated i a class of fifteen Milwaukee Hlbcrniana are form lating plans for the winter initiations and anticipate a lively seasoni Now that the election Is over It Is expected that there will be a larger attendance at the division meetingsIi Division 2 Is making great prepar Hon for Ite December meeting who the election of officers will to placeOne of the biggest nights at the St Paul fair last week was Tuesday when the Germans of the city were guestsDivision 3 will meet Monday night and the session will be a memori i for its deceased President D J ColemanRecently In Boston Fanuell Hall was crowded to witness nearly BOO candidates received into the Ladles AuxiliaryDivision 8 of Lackawanna the banner division of Erie county presented forty candidates at the recent county Initiation In Buffalo Squire PoT Sullivan of Dlvisf 3IIs still busy receiving congratula lions on the splendid winning ra ho made for Magistrate The Ladles Auxiliary exhibited the Hibernian spirit by calling off ltD reception dance because of the death of the County President By the death of County President Coleman the order in this city andL State has sustained the loss of one of Its most useful members His demise is mourned by all Members of Division 19 of Walt awaitingthetheirhandsome theAncientIndiana Hibernians will do son earnest work for Barney Coll of candidatefor FOrdThe County Board met In specialI session last night when appropriate action was taken on the death of our County President The sameI course will be taken by the four local divisions when they meet The Hibernian festival at St Paull atMayorattendedprovedbigbea marktheiliary State Board at Davenport last week Attended by State and wasItheirfamiliesThomas Dolan of Division 1 Is Uaerposition a man so able and wen IntheIslongeverywayNew York City HJbernlans have diamondJubileefirstdaymasstheeveningparade theVlvedivisIonsWestchesterOranJe NoYorkandDutchess I I of ancient and modern music In nightawhiwille Itwlthln NtoST BRIGIDS BAZARdJ The members of St Brlglds con bazarMonday on haBaxterthtproceedstowardbuildingIladles sotimehave been I pratgirlsuseful The Japanese booth will contain ancientcostume I ng on the floor onthegame each afternoon and some beau flint prizes will be distributed The UGoddardhed during the bazar- NOVEMBER NUPTIALS Miss Mary Katherine Cannon ofs JHuberJ TrinityCatholic TIReva ceremony After the ceremony the weddlnJtrllJother points and on thelrreturnvthey will live at 1147 Second street Louisville The bride Is a daugh tor of Capt Thomas Gannett nlgmof Police in New Albany an Isa charming young woman and tgroom la connected with the Ac Printing Company in this city AVENUE THEATERC The Avenue Theater offering for ext week will be a touching p1 apturnwrltttniby Lillian Mortimer and en J HerThlr proartowtheAveauTl I w Trillthe q gaffe an amount of scenery Tb- a ere r hip gyn nil SOCIETY DIRETlK A O H DIVISION 1 eets at Falls City Hall en Fir and Third Tuesday President William Murphy Vice President Anthony Tomp kinselRecording Secretary Joseph Farrell Financial SecretaryThee Dola LawleruSeigeantatArms Louis Roller DIVISION 2 Meets first and third Wednesdays- i rOdd Follows Hall Sixth and Wal nut streets ciajukeRecording Secretary William T Meehan Financial SecretaryJohn J Keaney Treasurer James Welsh SereeantatArms W S Nally iDIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Ilneteehth and Portland President D J Coleman Vice President Hugh Hourlgan Recording Secretary Thomas Stevens Financial SecretaryJ Q Hea elon TreasurerD J Dougherty Steveone Sflatinel Thomas Noon eDMSION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertratcd Hall Sixth Street PresidentJohn H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording Secretary John Jrr Barry Financial Secretary Thomas Jr LanganTreasurerHarry Brady Assistant Financial Secretary D J Rellly- SergeantatArms William CalI laghan Sentinel M J McDermott JEFFEFtSONVILLEeMeets First and Third Wednesday At Elks Hall County President Lawrence ord President John G Cole Vice President J E Murphy Recording SecretaryHugh 110 Grodar Financial SecretaryJohn Hoganl Treasurer B A Coi- lSergeantatArmsMichael Gar rlty SentinelThomas Gleason Marshal Michael Noon 0 Y AC I MACKIN COUNCIL 206 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth President Samuel L Robertson Vice Presidents Joseph J Hancock A C Link Financial SecretaryF G Adams Recording SecretaryR Osborne j Corresponding Secretary E B DillonTroasurerW A Link MarshalS H Sheehan Inside Sentinel P Andrlott Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart rja0 t i nroJfJV P Helped at Once t Ashley Ind no 2 Box 18 Oct 1019 t abad to l me as I had no appetite at all AIfriend recommended Pastor KoenigI I erve Tonic and the third dose ot It me Mr Charles Erwin took I onehalf bottle for nervous headache of about 14 years standing and ured him I was treated by our tam octor with no relief until I took Nerve Tonic I am telling every one troubled with Nervousness of this todayInlitehadNoIlMrs Minna Errol aofrvi g A Valuable Rook on NorIi sodamany Sample Jt Meat also set the radlelnt hesy of KOENIQ MED CO Chicago IIIS108 Lake Street Sold by Druggists at at per DoW 6 for I Urge tte S19ft Bottte tor 9 ttI I Ic will be dally matinees during the engagementtHOPKINS THEATER For next week the Hopkins Thea tar programme will be featured me of the most amusing acts byII ever seen In Loulevl efore unless as headline attractions prIcedtheatersthe bill overflowing with br1akweekI comedy and quick action tunefal and swinging music singing and dancing j turns and some entirely new vaude j r feats The list is completed I Oy1HelnhartlI ng hits and the latest output lat otion pictures Me160N10at caheII Theatergoers of Louisville n- vpitulated hoYllle io the charms of The willhaveof the chocolateloving hero next Monday night tt ttie Shubrt I a00Ble lbtrfora stay orthree nlghic ftsd x Wednesday matinee 5 latXaarMI 1th a seam Stet 4w right Up apdkt long traldit 4 rt over ihe n n Ja 4F IRELAND Record of the Most Important ofr the Recent Events Culled stFrom Exchanges begSTho town of Ballymote has lighted for the past few weeks with iIDamage estimated at over 6000- was done by a fire which broke cu 11In the premises of Messrs Redmon- k I Co Merchants Quay Newry As an evidence of the season s mildness mushrooms are being gath ered In baskotaful at MIddlotown andI other places in County Armagh A prominent figure in commercial rcles in the West of Ireland hast B been laid to rest In the personI of Mark Waldron of Ballyhaunls By the Chairmans casting vet Miss Kate Power was elected of CarrlckonSulr Workhouse he opponent being Miss Agnes Bourke An outbreak of scarlatina that has occurred at Banbrldge Is spreading to serious dimensions Over fort patients have already been remove d to the hospital The death of Mrs Fealy wife of John Fealy of LIstowel has oc casloned deep and widespread regret throughout North Kerry where the family Is highly respected Pierce Morrissey of Coalbrook has been appointed Petty Sessions Clerk tor Klllenaule district Th other candidates were M P Mullally of Ballycullen and Henry Hemphlll1d At a meeting of the Kilrush Boar of Guardians it was stated that sine the oldage pensions camp Into e feet the expenditure for outdoor relief has been reduced about one half Mrs Agnes Cullen an old lad residing at Shroughaun was arc t dentally knocked down by a cyclic- while walking In Tullow She has since been detained In the local hospital The Knappogue police protection post which was established about four years again connection with the trouble that has arisen over the Harris Martin case has been dis continued i It Is understood that the Rev Drogheda CountyLouth RevJohnAt a meeting of the Waterford County Council Dr Maloney of Dun garvan was elected on a final poll by fifteen votes to fourteen for Dr Dennehy of Llsmore as Coroner for West Waterford seventythreeKlllytn111 fa In a flaxhole in an exhausted state UnionInfirmarycerebral hemorrhage anJamesfortrialcharged with having assaulted and grievously wounded Sir Morgan OConnell of KIHarney The Magistrates at Omagh Quarto- essionsS passed a memorial to district 0 OmagbandDromore the townlands In County Tyrone formerly citizenshas in Lack district 1B DrJohnelghtyfivetheprofessionyearslaterOfficeIa position uproarofd PoetmlpiaY drowned neebtulingarthe canal bank when she would havejappeared to have stumbled and fallen j Into the water andshe died Imme bthey spot GONE TO REST Frank Busies seventynine years age a native of Germany but for more than fifty years a resident of Jefferson county died of a compllca afternoonsortAshbottom road where he had resided for yearsAlthough tholastbeforeHe FisheroneabrotherandthreeandGa grate eery at Highland Park The funeralwas hold Sunday afternoon from St FluIbsequieslie MOVING PICTURES nThe Casino and Orpheum will next preesnt their patrons anotherfine programme of motion pictures willIncludetreatIngviews that are instructive as thesehouses use of the great cart exercised in whichsurpassou WALNUT+ TH8ATXK HatlleXmhlleRlves I Satanrtundersor11lad I that the popular dramatic safer ormauHekett fcas beeaseleatedt ttUllthepJautTheatepDeXlwMk r F Diamond Jubilee Bazar FOR THE BENEFIT OFT BONIFACE CHURCH 0Inthe New Hall Jackson and Fehr Ave INCLUSIVEdThe ladies willserve bounteous ovensdayAarranged for each day and night All are invited LATESTrFOR THE LEAST I We showing this season in Ladies Duchess Boots thldsnappiest styles in all the finest Leathers and Cloths in Button or Lace High and Low Tops At the same popular prices that appeal to all Special attentiongiven to fitting children New Home for the Celebrated EMERSON Shoes for Men JeffersonvilleeVOLZ MICHAEL MARKETSTREETt Wantsti I WANT YOUR TRADE i My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best IJAMES GREENE I StreetI r GREflGERS BUSINESS SCHOOL SECOND AND BREOKINKIDQE SOLICITS TilE PATRONAGE OF THE READERS OP TIE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN This school is fortunate in having both the best Bookkeeping and Shorthand Systems taught in Louisville We would be glad wiUappreciatetheDAY AND NIGHT CLASSES DinciTHEpalI MEN WANTED Machinists Boilermakers Blacksmiths Tipnerst Pipe Fitters Car Carpenters thegabove trades will be considered Wages the highest Employment permanent Con ditions the best- Inquire in person at 308 Union Depot Seventhand River Louisville Ky y Charlie White=Moon THE COW BOY HERBALIST Sole Owner and Originator of COM CELSAR and SCIENCE SOPE E l andHerbsHone Office and Latoratorj 37293731 Broadway Loiilsillle to JOHN CAMPBELL Practical Horse Sheer Toe Cracks Split Hoofs Corns Cot tracted Feet and All Ailments of the Feet Properly Shod Rubber Pads s Hand Made Shoes Driving Horse Shoes of All Kinds HORSES CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED nOME PHONE fS283J525 13thStBitth Walnut lid Madison n t+ n Ht U tirxmc wtlrJwtALKOLJ3 nI 345 West Grown 3trrortd= dfR00Mr p A- j 7rTr1 j n- J f7- ii i J