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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t i I c I CI 7 7P j ff 1 i fjrrtttf b r f l 4 t J I I I v VOLUME XXVIL NO 24 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY DECEMBER 16 1911 PRICE LIVE CENTS tL AT LAST Federal QraNJJery iAt ti Vawllite QreeaWli4 Mesl 4fy r1 Ii y 8afllBatrybt I r1 1 lf tful Attempts Made At ittfsville OWensboro illwand Paducah a WBjr let Synopsis of the Alleged Libel of OfflcoSoeker OSulll Pan TRIAL SET FOR MARCH 12 NEX oAn ther chapter in the alleged libel case of Dan OSullivan against Messrs William iM Higgins and John J Barry editors and publishers of the Kentucky Irish American was enacted when on Jasl Monday at Bowling Green the Federal grand jury in session with Judge Walter Evans and District Attorney Judge DuRelle of this district presiding an Indictment was returned against Messrs Higgins and Barry on the charge of VIolating the postal laws The case was submitted to the Louis vllle Federal grand Jury In October r they falling to indict then to the next Federal grand Jury at Owens boro who also failed to indict then to the Federal grand Jury at Paducah with the same result and finally submitted to the last grand Jury at Bowling Green they bringing In the above indictment News of the in dictment was not known here until Thursday morning when Messrs Higgins and Barry were notified by a friend and went to Marshal George W Longs office in the Cus tom House executing bond for 200 each with iFrank McGrath as surety The trial Will take Place Iin the local United States court on March 12 The first chapter In this alleged libel caso dates from April 8 of the present year when Dan OSulllvan exowner of the Critic and OSulll vans Opinion both now in the news paper graveyard published a signed card In the Louisville Herald attacking the Whallen brother who had Just announced their retirement from politics and the personnel of tho present Democratic City and County Committee also calling on all the present officeholders In the ij Hair and Court House to fe Wgn on the ground that they were creatures of the Whallens One edifying feature of his article was that the local Democratic commit tee smelled to high heaven with the fumes of cheap whiskey and stale beeriivery Irish American answered OSullivan and published a briar sketch of his career showing that In eight years of his life he had drawn 18800 under Democratic administrations and from a sense ol gratitude If nothing else should have hesitated about airing his opinions of the Democratic leaders In a Republican paper The Xentncky Irish American as aDewocvatlcliewspaper and friend ofltke den assailed saw lit to resent bte attack and would have neglecteltft faty if 4t had failed to do ffl on this zrsand and for this prlncrpl the Ketacky Irish Amert can pro oies to tnd firm lead to what tit Tay knowing that right and Justice 1I4It tta Mae SHOCKED i fin Mi Saxton Falls Vic I IsiumesiJ I IVtm MMVkat John M Sexton for mW f i4one of the countrys nrtU lJoies and one of the most vtdttr IniMrh and respected res deato qf L lsvlllef had been found j lad iw iay night overcome by but fiuJMf iVom a heater in his bath room ITM a shock to the com I munity ijalwaaTeceived everywhere J1frith Ions of regret Mr Sex- tonI lfi one to the bathroom over nVi aslaes0 business Seventh and I Oak itreets intending afterward to tale ifccrt eleep When he did not- rctttrlr two hours later his brother ri9 aid another friend went up c na nlm wake him Receiving no t they forced the door and 1 rrifled to find the body of MH on lying dead In the bath r ere the unfortunate man had Iti gastom all parts of the city came symforfih Sexton was born and reared oulsvllle hU father John Sex A native of Ireland coming to ivllle over fIb years ago He rorty Ix years old and had never j retiredtheI G nineteen years and leaving a teejI urd uneurpaeed Survlt Ins 9riq are eebrothers j vton and two eletera X llstiaje 1 ton and Mrs Nellie BMtjrtr jlouiBvllIa The funefft tftilk PuSS relay morning froA W tJraw rands churebof wbleb I 4 ife d had boon a lifeloam embsc t EDICATIONOEUKMONIllB first anniversary of the 4fdl of St Cecilias church occur ow and will Wobaerved with LI solemnity end splendor In pralng at 1080 there will be Inn high mass with the putor I the Rev A J Brady as celebrant In the evening at 730 there will be solemn vespers the blessing ot sev IgnatiuWilkins sy Father Ignatius and the benediction of the Blessed Sacrament The statues to be blessed are two of th theIa group of St Ann end the Virgin Mary The music for the occasion will be by an augmented choir an Miss Richter the organist is preps- Ing a good programme Miss Effie McDonald will sing a solo In the evening ROM Hears That Pope Pius X May ThisTY New Dioceses and Now Provin ces Are Likely to Bo Created San Sllvestro Is Now Practically an Antorican Institution IRECTOR LIVED IN NEW YORK From Rome it was cabled thisI week that the Pope who follow- closely I what is taking place In the United States has asked to be kept Informed of the preparations which are being made In New York and Boston for the reception there re4 spectlvely of Cardinals Farley an OConneil Plus X was much grab fled at the enthusiastic sendoff which was given to the new American Cardinals thus indorsing his choice by a kind of plebiscite nod he will be delighted even more when the arrival of the new Princes of the church in the United States is the signal for a fresh manifestation of approval He has been heard to ex claimThe Americans are goodhearted generous and enthusiastic but their Cardinals deserve their affection be Iing above all praise It is In fact asserted that there nfthePopesthe shape of an extension of the Catholic hierarchy by the creation of new dioceses and possibly new provinces so that the United States even from that point of view will rank among the first Catholic powers In the world Meanwhile Rome Is also becoming- an important American center from the Catholic point of view Besides the Interest due to the fact that there are to be in the United States three wearers of the purple who look to Rome as the holy inspiring city that a fourth American Cardinal the exApostolic Delegate to Washington lives in the Eternal City and that All four have there their titular churches among the most Important In tho center of Christendom it must be remembered that there is the American College with Its 150 students that other American students are at the Propaganda and other American priests are at San Silvestro which under the rectorship of the Rev John Dolan has become an American church Father Dolan who is Irish by birth lived for a dozen years in New York and became an American citizen Only a few years ago he appointed rector of the English church of San Sllvestro which under his able guidance has practically become an American Institution It was there that one of the most successful dinners with the presence of several Cardinals high prelates and church dignitaries I was given in honor of Cardinal Far ley who felt there as though he were on American soil I Cardinal Farley after attending a dinner given in the Irish College in I honor o Cardinal Bislottl took pos session of his titular church Sanotl I Maria Soprara Minerva The cere mony was imposing The church was crowded with 10000 persons of J all nationalities Cardinal Farley sat on the throne surrounded by clergy and received the homage of dignitaries of the church The suites ot the new American Cardinals have begun to disperse seven of thosl attached to Cardinal Farley having left Tuesday for Oher bourg They will sail from that port on board the Kronprlnzessln Cecllo on December 15 Monsignor Dennis J OConnell Auxiliary Bishop of San Francisco will leave Europe on the j same steamer embarking at J firemen j Cardinal OConneil Archbishop of 1 Boston subject to the permission of 4 the Pope expects to spend a few weeks in Sicily before this return to 1 the United States In such event he 1 will scot return to Denton until Jan 1 theCanople 1 lJfAZABWH 1 IYniryquns ladle madethtir vows t Naiarera on Friday morning the Conceptionldhtthe celebrant of the mass and re celred the postulant tatottaaorder- at the 8Iteriat Ooarlty At aka iebop1arreily1 StRaeand Davis nail many friends of toe 4 Staler of Nfcn t k I d BELIEVED V1l1eI Pass Parliament This Session LlberalMinisterrs Preparing to Vibit Ireland Are Looking to King George to Open Paliament in Dublin OBRIENS FIGHT A FAILUR- According to the best informed London and Dublin correspondents Irelands prospects are dally growing brighter They cable that despite the Insistence of the Unionists that there are differences between the Ministry and the Irish Nationalists and home rule advocates there ar apparently sincere expressions of be hot that a home rule bill is certain of passage during the present session of Parliament John Redmond thl Irish Nationalist leader Is proceeding on that assumption He says that ho openIngand promises a demonstration of loyalty from the Irish people He asserts that this demonstration will be the fIrst pledge of a lasting re feltsspeakingIj worldThe home rule campaign Is stead ilyI proceeding and next week It will enter a new phase Ireland will be fewdj visited by the chief English Liberal Seely Under Secre tary of War opens this campaign next ISunday by speaking In Newry an I Ulster town represented by a Na I tionalist LloydGeorge and Winston I Churchill will follow The commit I I discussIngI ofItssoon will begin Though some difI I durIngI needroaradJustedI William OBrien In pursuance of I his campaign of disparaging the Lib ierals and Nationalists professes ianxiety lest the Liberals do not meanIto push forward home rule and ccarry It in the present Parliament PremlerAsqultht f thathowith every means In his power and I Parliament tion and only a tremendous run of1 defeatthoIrishconcerned about his health Fears are expressed that If he does not moderate his present pace on the public platorm his strength will not stand the strain of the prolonged I followrule bill in the House of Commons Redmond has shown traces of wearl ness and stress for some time and as- a breakdown at this Juncture would tothepartyputforwardtheknowledgeT Po OConnor Is also far from the t TaYPayplaint that causes him at times to wish he were free from the excite ments of political strife Few people realize that the reserved determined looking leader of the Nationalists Is beneath the sur face a man of an extremely fine andIsensitive nature It Is said that his physical condition Is due less to the Englishtacks made upon him from the Irish side by William OBrien and Tim Healy John Redmond Is sixty years sixtytwobutstrenuouslifeIreland Is unduly protracted much more of the debating than many peo pie expect will devolve on younger men like Joseph Devlin BISHOP OF KIILAIiA NaughtonPresident Collegewholate Bishop Conmy In the see of KlllaTa Ireland was ordained in distinguished anIIsthe great national college to be raised to the episcopacy His firstcuracy was In Ennlscrone and he fromthere1891 he became administrator of the agowhen i postlon treatacJmlnls rUT eapaelf and conducting the oollegewiCh the hlgh I eat success GERMANYS KLHOTIONy January 11 niztWnt be the great eat day In German history since the 1 war ol 1179 Pfteuumtj rwQltt+ I of the national election to beheld on that day urin eMrtjnteb an influence 1 on transatlantic commerce and industry and likewise upon lnterna 1 tfoMl relations that clndenti oVvol I tttet Tfttl tottw It Trlt close ttea t IN xtNK tlon It has been called the be or not to be election inasmuch aa upou its issue depends the continued ex istence of all the political and eco nomical Institutions which Ja the eyes of the outside world are modern Germany Thee present Reichstag the twelfth since the union of Ger I many expires In February five years after dts election In 1907 It will be dissolved a few weeks before The now Reichstag will be elected like all others on equal free uni versal and Secret suffrage Every male over twentyfive has a right to vote All votes are of equal value SPLENDID Was Entertalnmentln Hon or of Rev Father JJ PIBcraid SundaEy r of the sacerdotal Jubilee of the zealous and faithful pastor Rev John J Fitzgerald which really occurs on Christ mas day was an artistic and splendidI success in every WaytThe hall was tastefully decorated and electrically Illuminated and over the stage wasI suspended the following 1886A Priest Forever 1911 Each num boysegirls young ladles and young men ac quitted themselves in a manner that reflected great credit on the good Sis ters who trained them The numbers that received most applause were th dromon the shamrock drill the little funmakcrs the Minstrel Boy b Misses Decoursey Kuhn and Wirght the solo and pantamlme The Har That Once Through Taras Halls an the closing chorus Come Back t Erin In the drama Patricia Miss Decoursey was the star but Misses Ooomes Wright Kuhn Hays Newton Burnett and Sapp played their parts most acceptably At the conclusion the curtain was rung up and congratulatory addresses were made by Messrs Schipper and Joseph Link who commended Father Fitzgeralds work for them and theirsi and prayed that he might be sparedI them for the next quarter of a cen tury Overcome with emotion thei jubllarlari thanked those present for their manifestation of good will andI spoke feelingly of the Sisters and children who were a creidt to thei parlshThe building society the choir and organist and priest and peoplei had worked harmoniously together and with the aid of the Sisters thei young minds were directed to God which will make of them good ment and women and the best citizens Paying a nice tribute t6 the nonCatho lics of Highland Park Father Fitzgerald concluded by wishing for all an eternal Jubilee with God In heaven In the audience that thronged the building were ta number of priests from the city RECENT DEATHS AUSJt Dropsy caused the death of IL Chlquelln sixty years old atlsIhomo 2610 West Broadway at noon Wednesday The funeral took place at St Charles Borromeo church Mr Chlquelln is survived by two broth ers Charles and Louis anajlwo s18 tters Misses Mary and Josephine Chiquelin The funeral of airs Elizabeth Veeneman widow of the late Herman Veeneman and a venerable and devout member of St Michaels congregation was held Monday mom lng with Rev Martin OCOnnor as celebrant of the solemn mass of survivedrequiemby a large number of relatives E Te funeral of Mrs Bridget McGuire for many years a respected resident of Jeffersonville took place ifrom St Augustines church ot j iwhich she was an exemplary mem tber Mrs McGuire was the mother of Mrs Philip McGrody with whom she had lived since the death of her thusband Philip McGuire James McGoff aged fiftytwo an employe of the Speed Cement Mills died of tuberculosis Tuesday afternoon at WSrterly Hilt Sanatorium He iIs survived by a sister Mrs George Story 1090 East Kentucky street with whom he resided His funerali I took place Thursday morning with amass t of requiem at Holy Trinity church I Mrs Vincent Fallsl aged sixty years and well known In Catholics circles throughout the State died early Wednesday morning after ai three weeks Illness of S complication of diseases Mrs Fallsl wasi born In Italy and came to Americai I when a young girl having lived Ini Louisville for the past eight years Besides her husband she leaves onot son Dr Vincent Fallal a former res ident of Louisville but now a leadingf I physician of Little Rock Ark The remains were sent to Little Rock for burial J ms SUFFERINGS END I John J+ Holden aged fiftyfive I for many years a faithful and effi 4 cient member of the Louisville police 4 force was last Friday night released anjUlQeion 1 AO H naon Sunday night i resllII 1 itreet to pay their tribute of respect and pray for the repose of his soul everywhereand 1 disposition and exce cUnlktn4Dea to thoM who needed aeiitaaee Betide his wife hi leaves several brothers JceMondaYohuroh of wlcfc he was one of thin I friendsfeel 1 the bewared wifea t q 4 PREPARE During Holy Season oi Adventt For Coming Christmas- Time Heralds Anniversary ot the Greatest Event ot the Ages What We Should Do at the Approach ot Season ot Joy IT WILL SOON GLIDE PAST U This is the season which heraldsI In the anniversary of the greats event of the agesthe birth of Messiah Centuries had rolled past since the fall of man away in the infinite solitude of this eternal majesty God declared that man should bo redeemed As the roars multl plied prophets arose and declared their missions humanity looked out of darkness upon the dawning of thef e wonderful advent In which the chll thye future and anticipated the fulflll J1adItwinkleddprooj j rIsingSunof night vanished and finally tho fgreat round effulgent orb of re demption rolled up from behind the I promIsej Each year this season of Advent Is celebrated During four weeks In- steadt of four thousand years the I faithful look forward to the coming of the new born King The day is approaching when his star will bo tseen by the Wise Men in the East And across the desert of trouble and t ittwinklesI Bethlehem All Christians look for Ithe star that shall flash upon the eastern sky of their earthly pilgrim age prepared to follow In Its track J placeIsa season of penance According to the rule of Gods church every Fri day of Advent Is a day of fast The altars of the churches are draped in purple and at the holy sacrifice the priest dons penitential garment All greathumlUtTourselves at the approach of the season of Joy universal love and general peace Advent Is not only a season of penance but also one of prayer Oh that mighty instrument of prayer I It is the real weapon in the hands of every soldier who walks In the ranks of the Church Militant tls a sword and a buckler all in one It has pierced the heart of therefrom graceItand laid him low at the feet of faith it has beheaded the hydra of sin and destroyed the Influence of that enemy of humanity as It flashed In the vanguard of the celestial army theArchangelunsheathed by the saints of God to toChristsshield against the poisontipped ar thebarbaricupon the army of the faithful It is humanIty than that of Advent is it so power f t rightthatrejoicing that it should be a period orderhowever thereforeof the church Let us look ahead salvationThe butweeast The flush of morning Is upon portionhumanfrallity theAdventand before we know it we wilt find DivineInfantthe angels the shepherds the King and representatives of the World adore Him It is Advent let us make use of the season and when happtneesmerits during this holy season ofpenance HONORS GRAND KNIGHT Louisville Council K of C last week bestowed the Unusual honor of KnightWilliamed without opposition The other officers chosen were C W Decker yChancellor cate Daniel Lawler Warden frank officerswilltWedneild41YIIinThirten years ago when touteville Council was orgaalaedV ColT Matt served the first two term M Grand Knight HMBCTKD OFpIaRL Branch 46 C X aA at toimtJngtlIJteleetect the follow rthenlufnlfJMrII B N Sr Vice President L F Steiner Recording SecretaryHenry Mid dendorfFinancial SecretaryCharles A HillTreasurerHenry Gottbrath TrusteeJ B Ratterman for a term of three years thStateo 0 when the officers are Installed next month Secretary Charles Hill ha served twenty years as Flannels Secretary closely followed by Henry Middendorf who has Men in office seventeen years Branch 45 represents tho men of St Marys parish and Is one ofthe best In the Sta- teINAUGURATION Ceremonies Marred by Wretch RnllS No Passengers From LoHlsVllle etArrived At Frankfort on Time ShouldIIoiuudFnronudApologlzo elers PRAISE FOR LOCAL DELEGATION The inauguration of Gov McCroary and Lieut Gov McDermott on Tues day will long be remembered by those who Journeyed to Frankfort on that day One feature especially to be remembered by the people out In the State will be the genuine enthusiasm exhibited by those present in spite of the disagreeable weather and the ad ditional feature to be remembered by tho Democratic organizations of this district and the Boosters Club will be the abominable service ren dered by the Louisville land Nashville Railroad Company which going and coming from Frankfort was the worst possible that could be imagined and certainly earned the criticism and abuse which is now being heaped on the management from all sides from citizens and ladles who wero unfortu nate enough to travel on that road After advertising for several days that they would run special trains to the Inauguration and selling about 2000 tickets every one of their three trains reached Frankfort entirely too late to take part in the parade or witness the inauguration being one and two hours late and the same conditions prevailed on the return trip neither train leaving on schedule time passengers being compelled to stand on the damp ground in the little depot at Frankfort for two hours and more waiting for trains tote made up According to many who made the trip It looks like the L N Is guilty of accepting money under false pretenses when they accepted money from persons who Intended to witness the Inauguration according to the L N advertisement and were prevented from doing so by the rail road service afforded Many compliments were heard on all sides for the splendid showing made by the Ldulsvllle Democrats and Is bound to create a good feeling be tween the local organization and their brethren throughout the State Tho Kentucky Colonels In their regulation garb were headed by their President William J OHearn while the dif Parent legislative organizations were headed by Frank McGrath and Sheriff Emler their line of march to the State Cnpltol being one continuous ovation Sergeant Jack Maloneys mounted police headed the delegation and the splended appearence of the men and horses elicited much praise their showing ranking second to none In the country according to compe tent critics Lieut Gov E J McDermott welcomed his fellowtowns men In good style shaking each mem ber of the Louisville crowd by the hand On the special trains to and from the capital the passengers were entertained hy those Inimitable Irish and German comedians Dave Garvey and Ben Stehlln Many of the Louisville delegates are grateful to Senator Mark Ryan for the many courtesies accorded them at the capital penitentiary and other points of Interest One of the first acts of the new Railroad Commission which organ ized Tuesday was to elect William J J Preuss of this city as rate clerk Mr Preuss is a hustling Democrat of the Twelfth ward and Is a prominent member of the Knights of Columbus The position pays 12000 annually Another appointment pleasing to his many friends was the appointment by Mayor Head on Wednesday of Lee R Yates as Sanitary Inspector In the Health Office Mr Yates will make a faithful and capaltleofilclal of the city government FAVOR ANOTHER OPERA Tho special committee of members of Mackin Council to whom was referred the proposition for giving another original opera reported- favorably thereto yWch practically MwnrM the production Committees will Ve soon announced and rehearsals begin early in tSemew year President Robertsan hangout ofthe city the chair was oocwpled rvce President A C Link There was only routine business transacted and this session Wad brief Anion the lick Met were reported lmproviii xC8ptI Joseph Gthof whose condition was unchanged The membership con test WM reported on in earnest with proflpectji Jy5a good steed clans for the Jn Ion I J VINCENTIANS o FlilodlnigtsotColumbnslIall at Quarterly Meeting Sundays tI- I Bishop ODonoghue in Hwppy Manner Commends Society 0 Conference Reports Show Gain ot Members in Fourteen Parishes IS DOING MUCH FOR THE POOR Last Sunday afternoon Knights of Columbus Hall was taxed to its utmost capacity to accommodate a 600 or 700 men who assembled to eStrifle and hoar the words of the Right dFathersThemeeting JJndFatherside him minutesby G were read from the various confer ences fourteen reporting gains in tofurtYfiveonly recently organized The conferences showing the greatest gains StGeorgesthlrtyelghtNealT Presidentthem ho explained the Intention and purpose of the St Vincent de Paul Society which was to aid the poor and needy wherever found All that was expected from membership was the spiritual benefits promised a reward that would amply repay all unfortunateThe work of the various confer ences showed that hundreds of poor withtoedicines and aided In other ways and beenmadeboys at the School of Reform would receive their first holy communion on Christmas morning For those looking after the welfare of the fiftyfour boys In that institution It was now a work of love rather than hardship and care would be taken that these little unfortunates know the true meaning of Chrstmas Fol lowing the reading of communlca tlons President Caffrey urged thatall make more vIsitations thus doing greater work and then introduced Bishop ODonaghue who with rapturous and long continued applauseRBishop ODonaghue said he came with pleasure but rather to learn than teach He was pleased with the attendance and reports which evidenced a healthy condition and show a spiritual zeal and charity Ho was earnestly interested In every work that is to aid religion and the church Good Catholics he said Bet an example in the neighborhood In which they live and therefore Jurged them to keep allva tt lous spirit and reap the store for those who do The Bishop expressed fled with the work at thq Reform mid then spoke Catholic press making a str peal for the Record and the flu ot the orphans Ttf closing he sin cerely promised his aid and hoped for tho blessing of heaven upon thfs great charity society Rev Father Donahue of the Cathedral spoke on the observance of the rules and the conduct of offli cers and the conferences sUggestln work that might be done at the tfj JDeppencentlans for their splendid assist for the Record and the orphans meeting he said was the best held in Louisville Prayer was fered by the Splrtual Directorl t Father Donahue and tbV eying dispersed W4TCIL1 Ladles Auxiliary Time On Their dent AuxlUarrihaveelect 1912 President Miss MaryC Vice PresidentMiss Ne Recording Secretary v Russell Financial 4jNHtJfiry+ GolfreyTreasurerMrs D J hrl ant a Arm t LallyS ty SentinelMiss1n1 that Immediately fo f oodrG dlCrinI lIq the work of or t then took Mies cx by stepping her with to reibEf1 Corcoran behalf of the aptlro l and was o to wordaotforta year B cations w ed to m Ms i I K o p KENTUOKY IRISH AMERICAN WbNTU6KY IRISHflMERIGtIN Isrseleti iteJte5Klat4 Mead MTcncenemealoi Irish Amrlcuu tad CifteilM Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and CathoHc Knights of America XKNTUCkY IRISH AMEHICAM PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers UBiCRIPTIpN PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc- 6Urod at thi LoolivllU Poitottle a SecoodCI nattarIA4iraiWCMMe iiicitleii ile the KENTUCKY 1IRISH AMERICAN 31921 Went Qreeji St UNION RAD S COUNCI LOuISVILLE KYSATURDAY DECEMBER 16 1911 NEEDS NO COMMENT The fact that Messrs Wlljlam M Higgins and John J Barry the 1 editors and publishers of the Ken tvlcky rish American were indicted of Bowling Green for alleged libel In the OSullvan case after failures at Louisville Owensboro and P d ah- fealtory in Itself that leaves com went unnecessary IDS PROMISE hose who have had any fears as he policy to be followed by Gov McCreary aAd the Democratic Stato administration had them set at rest Tuesday when the Governor said In his Inaugural address write platform on which the Demo cratlc party won a great victory at the last election places Important responsibility on our party and the duty of complying fully with the platform pledges not only rests on every Democrat elected on tho State tfcicet but also upon every Democrat rj of the General Assembly sand alt Democrats are Interested In a faith ful compliance with the platform and the incoming administration and the General Assembly should feel r empowered and compelled to carry out the pledges of the platform I ain In favor of complying with every declaration of the Democratic platform adopted at the last State convention and to those who are charged with the sovereign functions of leglsTation I look with confidence sad satisfaction for prompt coopera Lion In the enactment of laws re quired by the platform which are- asmj important and necessary as were L ever considered by the members of any General Assembly 4 There is no mistaking this ecl rtt hand li only remains for the Legislature and the people to give their undivided and hearty support and Kentucky will make a record in the next four years that will surpass any In its history Heres to cloy McCreary and his adminIs- tration WHAT TO KNOW All should know that the Catholic Burch con els no man woman or bald to eater her fold nor to main yuHln it Thus declares the Rochester Catholic Citizen She re spects that supreme gift of God to c manthe gift of liberty and the freedom of the will Her only com pellIng force Is intellectual and moral suasion to which are added promises of eternal reward and threats of eternal punishment But members of tho Catholic church bj gaihbllc teaching Itself reserve the mt of Individual liberty supreme of nse wfco embrace the Bnd acceget Catholic- onlyj in the eitercfe9- e faEUltySrGedoaa Therttore jfcere to for veFue of elerleal1- j TT lon1ttKaltfays of due re ject and tjtfc iibfiillsion to proper olesiabtiW siiUrrty direction tie family ito i society for the- retuatioa ots human race the to Is aoeifty ethe protection he cull HiMiirflts citizens r the- nioi iIii jsoclety for the lI digitfied control of Thechirt does not In any mpetewlth either the family tradE union or the State It 61 go parallel with them bijt mei to seek above everything kingdom of God and is justice according heart of God It ivldual soul and It at soul to apply the f divine Justice an- dIhtto the family the i Ye and every other rassociation irk Worlds canvass of Jomocrata of the coup jthe tact that jthe iarty t jhas not been united It JBvfi tiHrlff reform verniqent So far i conceried the hepartyi te divided lU e8tlonof1LVMlabtUtr- VtWlWof1 aid JHdo ierdly In the load The pJ Ji pot tob re Walt otreetDemoorate ftp go to the front lone r1tliRorcdlt the Aioket 11 street eplfwes noing ooveveltetady etadycialtet cialtetfill the city offices A good Socialist from Milwaukee has been appoInted Commissioner of Public Works and- II another good Socialist from New York City has been designated as special counsel for tho Mayor Sche i nectady will have Its ffll of Socialism before tho next election takes place I On Wednesday the Evening Post told how Its former protege ex Captain of Police Robert J Foster was looking up the laboring nfeni record at Indianapolis It might have added that the laboring men were looking up Fosters record at Louisville at the same time and were receiving Information which would discount anything offered by the exsoldier at the Hoosier capital Whalfmaster Frank Dugans rec ord will surpass all thIs predecessors Through his careful management 7000 has been saved which will pay for the paving of the wharf from First to Second streets with granite blocks The wharf will then bie paved Its entire length This Is an other Improvement that will refleot credit upon Mayor Heads admlnls tration In less than six months seven fatalities save resulted from auto mobile accidents in this city The punishments meted out to those responsible for these deaths has been mockery of Justice By all means remember the orphans tho Little Sisters of the Poor and St Lawrence Institute at Christmas and thus make happy Gods parentless and homeless charges What more appropriate and yet Inexpensive Christmas gift can be given a friend than a years subscrip tion to the Kentucky Irish American Every Democrat In Louisville should feel proud over tho excellent showing made by the LoulsvlH delegation at Frankfort For Democrats who want to go to Frankfort the worst way try tbd Land N MEMORIAL HiberniansWI II Remember Their Dead Tomorrow Afternoon Under the auspices of the County Board the Ancient Order of Hlber nlahs of this city will tomorrow afternoon hold memorial services at Bertrand Hall Sixth and Oak streets In honor of their deceased members They will be solemnly impresive and Irteresalng and all friends of this great order both men and women will be welcome to participate County President Thomas Dolan will preside and the programme Includes ILK opening address by one of the Dominican fathers resolutions from the County Board the Ladies Aux iliary and each of tho four divisions who will be represented by one of their best speakers The singing will be by a choir from the Ladles Aux iliary and the prlncipaladftress will be delivered by Rev James P Cronin V G the County Chaplain of the order For the past two weeks the County Board has been making preparations for this memorial meeting which should prove the most notable event of recent years In Hibernian circles The programme will not be too long It will begin at 230 and will not take more than two hours Hibernians should not fall to attend and as many as want to may bring their friends- JEFFEIISONVI7LE At the annual election Monday night for officers of Jeffereonvllle Council Knights of Columbus the following were named Frank A Lang Grand Knight Matthew A Dolan Deputy Grand Knight James W Fortune Chancellor Conway C Samuels Secretary G Harry Frank Treasurer Leo J Riley Warden Martin Fogarty Trustee Otto Schnatterer Inside Guard Daniel E Cottingham Outside Guard This council Is In a QurJshlngcondltion- and Includes In its membership the reading and most Influential Catholic men of the cItY BLI3SSINQ OF ANNEX flight Rev Bishop OJDonaghue will bl M the new addition of St May dJlm beL H6pltl next Thuss day afternoon at i oclock the the l wtituttoninvite theIr ICdI men- ALONG IyRTTNLi1fB18 I l11icitldl1ltlllerlState were Mli d anY 4est fiscal year ae there were tllta In an the hutted SU eemi to be e kIfmeaurftproportion of lawtesan bole Rtatee B 1L1 John Kernan and wife and chil dren of Portland will spend the winter at Tampa Pie Mrs John Tlmney of Cincinnati to visiting Mrs M Higgins at her home In South Louisville Mrs William Dalton of Oakdale had as her guest the past week Miss Margaret Dawson of Okolona Misses Margaret and Ruth Sprague visited last week at Springfield the guests of Miss Eleanor Duncan Miss Adelaide Crush entertained her classmates Tuesday afternoon at her home on Edgeland avenue Miss Mamie Hennessy of Oldham street attended the Inauguration ceremonies at Frankfort Tuesday Mrs William McKenna of Portland left last week to join her hus band and spend the winter In Chicago Mrs R E Watfien will give a tea Tuesday for Mrs Edwin Cooney of Syracuse who Is to spend the holidays here Mrs Charles Cooney of Syracuse Is here to spend the Christmas holi days with her parents Mr and Mrs L B Wathen Miss Emily Payne has returned to her home at ElIzabethtown after spending a week with her either Mrs Joseph D Grimes b Mrs Matt ODoherty entertaineda number of friends at bridge Wednes day afternoon In honor of Mrs James P Edwards Miss Carrie Brian of Colesburg has been spending the week In Port land as the guest of Misses Maym Heffernan and Claudia French Miss Mary L Schweers has re turned from Now Haven where she was a member of a house party entertained by Miss Fanny Thompson Mrs John C Graves and Mrs David Walsh attended the inauguration ceremonies at Frankfort Tuesday being entertained by rela lives Deputy County Auditor Andrew Connell of New Albany received news the first of the week that his brother Edward Connell was ill 1In Indianapolis I Mr and Mrs M Baron have an nounced the engagement of their daughter Miss Emma Baron to Jo seph Friedman Their marriage will take place next month James Hogan and bride who was Miss Agnes Heffernan have returned from an extended Southern wedding trip They are now at home to their friends at 1128 South Twelfth street Miss Clara Dannenhold gave a five hundred party Saturday after noon at her home In Cherokee Drive In honor of her guests Misses Flor ence Webb and Alma Kester of Bowling Green Mr and Mrs Robert E Noonan Twelfth and Maple will have a happy Christmas celebration this year In honor of a pretty little girl that arrived last week to make her home with them Mr and Mrs Frank McGrath Mr and Mrs Frank Dugan Mr and Mrs T J McDonough and Miss Nora Brown formed a party attending the Governors Inauguration ball and re ception Tuesday evening at Frank fort Visits of the stork have brought great happiness to the homes of John and Mary Karman 529 North Seven l l MaryKilkennyeach of which a pretty babY girl was I added to the family circle GeorgeBchuppI Stephens Jerry OHearn John Fltz Patrick and James Hourlgan well known anemebrs of the police de partment were compelled to go off duty last week because of illness I Councilman Albert Steiger has been celebrating this week the ar rival at his home Twelfth and Broadway of a handsome young JustUkaI relatives have kept him busy receiv ing congratulationsII Miss Alice Hays who Is attending Mt Vernon Seminary at Washington i spendiI J W Galvin She will be accompanied by a schoolmate Miss Marie Ames of Owensboro who will spend I a few days with her on her way I1rrs home Mathow ODoherty enter I tained Wednesday afternoon at bridge at Her home on St Catherine street jn Honor of Mrs James P Edwards Mrs ODohertys guests were the following Mesdames Ezra 0 Wltherspoon Walter P Lincoln I Charles S Nleld William A Hughes Henry Gilbert Morton K Tonts IIrvinI Cavanaugh Lucas WllllamlIhraderi McAtee Eleanor Wathen Gertrude i EganrMartba ODphertr SAtT PRODUCED HERE The United Statest produced ttO3056c6 barrels of salt last year according to recently Issued official figures CATHOLIC KNIGHTS the Catholic Knights of America received twentytwo jqMtlxw Into the order on Thursday night of Salt at Indlan polte Folio wlnr the coos ibanquet which membered by those In his great ilInsurance g grilat stridei In In he fttte officers are n tt effort to overtake Gold arid Silver Gifts For weddings and Christmas are here in wonderful profusion Knives forks and spoons Insets silver trays plates candleabra and silver tea services can be had In a number of beautiful designs Gold brooches pendants bracelets rings charms and a great assort ment of gold and silver novelties K of C Emblems In pins charms and buttons Also a great stock of diamondsl and other precious stones In rare settings Select Now For Christmas 5 E Ledman Son 410 W Market St You can rely on Legman I etM 1 OeiNNBHei1 9e 0 FOR GOODNESS SAKE EAT MOTHERS BREADM- ade in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery the o South weaesoeeseaeaeeee inII KODflK SUPPLIES Requisite Photographers Photographic Developing and M j BANNON P BANNON JR H M WOLTRINO Pris ti Mgr VlciPros Secretary 1 cannon Sewer aipo Salt PipeBannpas a for Steam Conduits Wall Co Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving BricK Fire Proofing Pipe Linind dIre Drick Grate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sldcwalll Briclte OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON TELEPHONE 1473 WORKS I3tli Lexington and Magnolia Ave oth and TELEPHONE 2S3J a WNNNeoeNeeeeeNeO S t WEWANTYOURWORK Prepared to Do It Promptly i IIIIWereand in FirstClass S- tylePRINTING I I t t iiCards Bill Heads Letter Heads Dodgers Etc Dance Wedding Invitations i a Specialty HOME PHONE 946 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 819 VESI GREDN T STREEI I IiI I Missouri now ranking FIrst in mem bership FORTY nouns The devotion of the Forty Hours 1 Adoration will begin in St Johns I I church Clay and Walnutat tho high mass tomorrow morning ron Unuing until the solemn day evening Rev Father Schuh mann the pastor will preside over these beautifully impressive eervlces I I l which will be marked by some very able and interesting sermons As this will be i the beginning of the last week in Advent there should be a llarge attendance RECEIVES ITS LICENSE The Central Insurance Company of Louisville received a li cense to do business in Tuesday from Insurance Bell after making a deposit of 100000 In securities with the isibut this be increased to 500000 it once in accordance with Its charter W H Gregory one pf the best b countrythwhich starts off With Its capital l and iUrpJUs Intact tad flattering pros pects for buslnew LORKTTO The feast ol the Immaeulate Con oeptlon wui observed with marked solemnity and splendor at Loretto when four young women resolved the habit airsix others took the vows for one dear Rev James P Cronin Vlcr General ot the dtooeee presided at tht ceremonies end among the othv PrtenU irreMntv1f re Ray Fathers jJames T Coffer sad J mee T OBrn of St Louts and Fattier Dmry tie chaplaina S 6k Every For Amateur and Professional Printing SOUVENIR POST CARDS PICTURE FRAMING u ct 321 eJ West Jefferson n loulirllle Tread F P Flue blue Clay and Bet Both eeeeeeeiN A Circulars and I close Tues Life Kentuckyop Commissioner will n KNIfflTS OP JOMWfS Late News that YiU Interest Members Here and Else where- Subscriptions to the Milwaukee club house have reached 75000 New Ajbany Council provides prizes for both Holy Trinity and St Marys parochial schools Following the electron of officers at Little Rick fifteen now members were admitted into the order Membership In tile council at Fond du Lac now numbers 345 making it one of the largest in Wisconsin TJie Knights of Fargo N D are particularly strong numbering the Mayor In their membership of over 200 Johs E Hess Just elected Grand Knight Is President of the Hiber nian Bank and Trust Company of Denvera Indiana expects to send at least 3000 members to the unveiling of the Columbus statue in Washington next May- Memb8rs of Little Rook Council presented a beautiful lorlng cup to FrankGlnnoohloGrand Knight Albert B Oberst of dwensboro fleiryered afi address at thatqUaiedORHDIT TILE RUMOR I The rumor that M Apoeioli Dele Muglandtaste ap Jla redd noe to London to beMered ohr have good foufidttton n loot T L 0 w 3F Gfti M Y 1 1 p M I N NSNONNNCiNNMNf BRING THE t LITTLE FOLKS IN TO TOYLAND i TOY LAND In the Basement and we want every Boy and girl to feel they I have a personal invitation toudcome Santa is showing every thing the childish heart could desire in such things as Dolls Engines i Skates Soldier Sets Noahs Arks Games Rocking Horses2 Spinning Tops Blocks Guns Wagons Boats iiToy Stoves i Trunks Etc Etc iiWE ARE SHOWING THE LARGEST STOCK i OF DOLLS EVER DISPLAYED IN LOUISVILLEf i AVNUSJLO SONS fouRTH MARKET STREET NN 1 NeelO eDNealMNer eNN SELECT YOUR VICTOR OR VICTROLA Now Foe Christmas Range in Price 15 to 250 Dont let this Christmas go without get i notco1ei1 MONTENEGRO RIEHM MUSIC CO i INCORPORATED 1 J 28530 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky elOAe MATT ODOHERTY President M AMoGEE SooyTreai CHAS A ROGERS BOOK CO INCORPORATED 418 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Religiousi Articles Vestments Candles Oils Etc Wholesale and Retail Dealers in pictures and Picture Frames Catholic School and Miscellaneous Books Beth PhonesHome 1434 Comb M 603z UhhUhUhu Uhuhhhh huuhuhUUuu U J C DQJ f EVERYWOMAH and Every Man Likes Go Coffee Everybody Who Has Ever Tr- iedMTJLLOYSe SPECIAL GRADE AT 3 Lbs For 75c Says ts jjust as good as the 30c grade elsewhere Always fresh and oure Never varying In qualltyff JOHN M MULLOY 4 to9 v MARKBI ISTKJICBCT FALLS CITY MEAT MARKE New Louisville Pricking Company Owners n ORPORATED a Dressed Poultry htsh iindSmoked Memsf PURE LEAP LARD FRUITS AND VEQETABLE5 J F Sullivan Manager 226 South Second Street FhopesHome 251 Cumb M231 HOME PHONE 7550 HOUSKHOLD OpS CHAS DECKEL SOP iURNI tJRE ST SRUGS Ml1NGSET Vl m EMI Market S North We fert KttlM and Floyd o n iii F ir 7 7 r- ii 1-i RgNTUQK Imsr hME lCAN n IIIINililrllMll BE SURE TO CALL FAR MCKENNAWHISKY5 IT IS ALWAYS PURE V McKenna Distiller Fairfield fiv F 11 D J DOUGHERTY S J MCELLIOTT s Si DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers pth Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night t 1231 WEST MARKET STREET t + t t t t t t t t t t t t t f t I HOME PHONE 88 OUMBERLAND 128 je J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS s8 Eat an Street D bran W Smiths SonA- L SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 J FOR c urniureOf at the Lowest Prices go to i MAYERi419 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMiTH rLf1DY EMBALMER Waihing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty OtJMB PHONE SOUTH DOD All the late and new Styles and Shape pricescli MCRIDEWith I J P FIRE INSURANCE Cumberland Main 3925m Home Phone 5836 Columbia Building Fourth and Main L BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- heleotrope Cemetery Work a specialty Etc F RMSOMAILE PRICES JACOBS JLZ THE FLORIST 650 S FOURTH AVE- Ubt1 Pk3fi 223 HERRMANN BROS lM1OaTXRS PIIIB WIMES AND LI UOJS DletHIe and WholN1 en iii Finest Brods of s htaky Wbla1ra i Pearl of Nil Pn BOTTLED IN BONd peefc IMt t 4 SIXTH STIIfT i THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All nightCarriages I 1J225 W MARKET ST I CUSCADEN I c GIVESII I Green Trade Stamps- With Family Orders For ICE CREAMPHONES Factory 309311 S Second Street GCatholic Order of Foresters Greatest Catholic Fraternal Insurance Order in tbe World Members in Good Standing 1 50 000 Death benefits paid sines organized 13852000 JOIN NOW WM CAUAQHAH stats Organizer 2710 W Jeffii HENRY HUNOLD BXAL1tli IN Staple and Fancy 6recirii A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IIK CONNECTION Old WbUfciM a Specialty II ephne ou 524 W WADftlT JLBrowniieidGo11 553 THIRD ST J ElllnorindODlfrlctlr I SEA uidHOTWATERHIEATINO Drt Build Without 3celnif Me 1 lI Home PteM7M6 i rAk HI BARN IAh5 What They gave Beettyy polite lhe Past WeekGeneral- News Notes s Remember the memorial meeting tomorrow afternoon Wisconsin has doubled Its mem bership In the past eighteen months Division 2 of Syracuse will close the Jubilee year by the addition this month of eight more members Division 3 meets Monday night at Neliigans Hall and President Hugh Htourlgan urges tall the members to be presentRight Rev Bishop McGoJrlck delivered a very interesting talk at the last meeting of the Duluth Ladles Auxiliary Division 2 of Binghamton Is tak ing the lead with sixteen other so cieties for a weeks bazar nex l FebruaryThe of the Ladies Auxiliary In Indianapolis was Increased about fifty at the county InitiationII held Sunday Division 1 of Central City Col reorganized recently and twentyon- candidates e were obligated by Stat President Balfe t There will be a reunion of all th t members when the officers are in staHed In Jeffersonfllle at the firs meeting in January The diamond Jubilee initiation of the division at Milwaukee brought the membership over 900 the largest of any ono division in the coun tryThe division and auxiliary at Pueblo Col are making splendid progress through the assistance of Father Wolohan who is their chap lain It Is reported that Mrs Arthur of Indianapolis State President will organize auxiliaries in Jeffersonville I and New Albany during the month of JanuaryDivision I will hold its last meet Ing of the year Tuesday night Capt Dolan will report for the degree team and a date may be sot for the next InitiationDivision 2 the last to meet this year will have some important busl ness for Wednesday nights session A date may be set for an initiation early in the new year from New 11hadhas a good field and atlbuld be one of the largest In Indiana I President Hennessy and the men of Division 4 have made an exI celfent record during the past year i and have maintained their position as leaders of the Ancient Order In IEveryI should attend the memorial exercises tor the deceased members tomorrow at Bertrand Hall on Sixth street The programme will be Impressive and InterestingThe event of Impotence In Hibernian clrclea will ba the observ WIllitallbegin the work immediately after tho holidays The Ladles Auxiliary honored Miss Mary Corcoran by electing her President for another term This means continued progress for this excellent body of Catholic women Their final meeting of the present year will be iheld next Wednesday night ANNIVERSARIES The Mercy Hospital in Jefferson ville conducted by Mother Regina and the Sisters of Mercy bad approI prlate observance of two annlvers arles last week The first was the fourteenth anniversary of the found- Ing of the institution and the other thotlocating of the hospital on its present site Since coming to Jeffer sonvllle the Sisters of Mercy have done most wonderful work and their hospital now ranks with the best SHOULD KNOW YOUR PASTOR It is a good thing for the Catholic layman to be personally acquainted with his pastor says the Brooklyn Tablet It is mutually beneficial Sometimes the word of fecommonda tlon from the parish priest to of moreI weight than e bushel of recommendations from the ward poll ticians Incidentally It is not proper to put off meeting His Reverence until you need a favor Ones name on the roll of a Catholic society is the entree of his good graces HIGH CLASS POEMS A volume of poetry entitled The Fighting Race and Other Poems and Ballads by J I O Clarke Just from the press will be found a book that should please every lover of poetry It will prove a valuable ad dltion to any library and is suitable for a holiday present Handled for the trade by the American News Company it can be obtained from aU bookeellers and newsdealers It- is a book of over 200 pages the price bolng1 FOR WOMANS EYE The long close fitting sleeve with t the flaring piece over the hand is trim and chic I The narrow tailored skirt open tII the side is often seen among the new model gowns The two most fashionable forms of collars are deep point and the round Ing form cuffs are deep the waist line ttlng back to its normal laWe Sleeves areIiIiPJacea trifle Vi hei elbow drapedbodicefull 7twiagof the winter styles II Btaek andwhite fs a great feature in gowas especially when combined jewelryForJ llembroidered seta liorderedehlifolta- and soft sllkis or satins are All jasopd Lest MAMna coot Mirkoidttiw have reappeared in s new form and with the wool there are often com of1IftrlpedJ TOP YOUR Holiday dinner off with a aiTarrpy 10 CJ3NTSORA I iilittle A J I TTaICigars for Lovers of Good Cigars I T W TARPY CO- t AIiJ3RS I 122 S SEVENTH ST NEAR MARKET eMONUMENTSt I Barre Vermont three car 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 call MULDOONMonument J318W Green St Louisville Ky YET HOLY DAY I I Such Will Continue the Feast of St Pat rickII As a result of a decree of the Pope isued In July in reference to holy days St Patricks day was struck off the list of obligatory holy days on which Catholics are called upon to hear mass and abstain from unnecessary work On tho request of tho Irish Catholic hierarchy however the Holy See has Just Issued another decree which is most 1m portant for Irish people throughout theIIng subject to the law of fasting or abstinence MGRAG1TJS I Papal Delegate Dies Sud denly Tuesday at Manilla Wednesdays Associated Press dis patches brought the sad intelligence that Monsignor Ambrose Aglus Papal Delegate in the Philippines died suddenly Tuesday morning He had boon recalled to Rome and it was believed that foe was to succeed Cardinal iFalconio as Papal Delegate at Washington Monsignor Agius death was due to peritonitis He had been the guest of honor at a farewell banquet as he was returning to Rome on January 7 under instructions of the Papal Secretary of State Monsignor Agius was Archbishop of Palmrya He was nominated Papal Delegate to the Philippines In 1904II WALNUT THEATER So many attractions are offered theatorgoera nowadays that It is a problem to pick out the worthy one The Beauty and the Banker next weeks attraction at the Walnut street Theater is la theatrical offer ing that anT discriminating person can safely attend and feet sure of receiving more thatiythelr money worth in laughter he comedy is original in plot and the many funny situations entitle it to be called the PUb1lieI I The Girl and the Tramp which comes to the Avenue Theater next week is a play big with purpose a play that means more than a couple of entertainment jj of hours pheasant It has for its theme a manifestation of modern life which is handled gently yet with strength and cour age displaying much comedy with here band there deep and serious In the end revealing a moral most obvious A strong cast will support James Green who plays the role of the tramp CAPTURE K O PRIZES Miss Irma Mcpaughlin and Will lam Tighe won first prizes offered by New Albany Council Knights ot Columbus to the pupils of Holy onIEngllshI aIthat were pronounced most mer Itorlous MAfrES FINS TARTS Juicfi qt one lionor orange and pup pnt egg one cupful of sugar one tableflpooaful of melted butter Set It in- boiling water to thicken Put on the tart Crusts If they are- deep enough this can be frosted QUINCE AND APPLI13lfLLY Out the appto In llrcc pl4eos the quince very noaH M it tiku3oager cqekisr Jthin the appW V Ptienrltfl prepared Cook Trkt s Hale pater properttonrstate skimming frequently 1 IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled Prom Exchanges The Cavan Urban Council elected n V Wellwood Acting Town Sur veyor to the Town Surveyorshlp The only other candidate was J J BerginAs Instance of the mildness of the weather C A Walsh of Mac room has within the past few days inthisgardenThe is announced of Austin ofWestportCounty Councillor for the Louis burgh division The recent heavy rains hav caused the River Robe to overflo its banks with the result that hundreds of acres of turf and potatoes are under water EdenbroneMonaghan eider for the district In which he lived died suddenly from heart fall lure while preparing to go to mass Is a movement on foot to make a suitable presentation t Michael P Maher of Tullow ii- ii recognition of his long service as a teacher of the local national school The Most Rev Dr Fogarty has appointed the Rev J Donnellan of Portroe to Shlnroe Rev P Don nelly of Nenagh to Portroe and Rev M Corcoran otBlrr to NenaghArchbishop Walsh has made the VeryRevto be Vicar at Forane the Rev Edward J Dunne of Rathmlnes to I lbrldgeIage Fitzgerald of Bally I garrett Tho deceased was during the stirring times of the Land League one of the foremost workers WatertordIBryan Connell aged fortyfive of Balllna was kicked by the animal in the body As be fell the horse struck him again on the crown of the head Inflicting Injuries from which he diedAt Abbeylelz Petty Sessions a young man named Michael Ryan of Earlsgardon County Kilkenny was fined and bound to the peaco on a charge of seriously assaulting a farmer named Patrick J Brophy or KnockbawnThe Is announced of Philip Treacy of Newtownbutler Mr Treacy had reached his sixtyfifth year was Vice Chairman of the local Board of Guardians and was greatly Interested In the Lough Erne drainage question Hon J W Flanagan RM of Olin Petty Sessions handed to James Dlllane aged twelve a splendid silver watch an award from the Car negie hero fund for his bravery In rescuing his brother Michael from drowning In the Shannon The death has occurred In his eightysecond year of Dr Wll lam Cbollman of Ennlsoorthy who be longed to an old country famIly and was noted for his kindness and gen erosity He never practiced at his I profession except In an occasional case when prompted by motives of philanthropyCharged unlawful assembly in connection with a cattle drive on the lands of G D Gaynor at Tully wood held by hIm on a six months grazing letting the following at a special court held In Moate were re turned for trial to the Assizes G Ledwith W Connor B Murray M Murray M Hynds Po Whelahan J Muldoon of Ballymurray D Ganly T Leddibk J Muldoon D Connell J Shortall and E Murray of Cappa brack SINGS AND JIGS Still able to dance the Irish jigs and sing the Irish songs she learned while a girl in Ireland and displaying activity that would dd credit to one of threefourths her years Mrs Anna Kirkpatrick who lives with her daughter Mrs T H Bastlrui in St Paul Minn has Just passed her one hundred and second birthday Less than three weeks ago the aged woman before a company of friends sang several Irish songs from memory and when asked If she could Jig them went through the steps a little slowly perhaps but still correctly REPORT ON MAINE theNavyexplosion was the original cause of battleshipMaine intoltheMaine from the ooze of Havana but we have not uncovered and In all human probability never will un cover the ewntlal fact Soughtwho destroyed the ship But we have cleared its officers of blame for negligence and that is well worth while For the rest lets end the chapter Forget the Maine TIlE TALLEST STORY A group of Revolutionary heroes were swapping ll stories and from the lips of each there fell wondrous tales of what he had done In the shockof battle or the frenzy of the charge FInallY one old fellow with long white whiskers remarked- I was personally acquainted with George Washington- I was lying behind the breastworks one day p mptng lea iptothe Brit tshera when I heard the patter of a horses hoofs behind me Then came a voiceHI here you with the deadly aim Look here a moment I looked around and salutedrec ognizing Gen Washington and be said UWhtg your nam fH Roan I aald namt1HPJ Wrth Pat t he saidego Some Yours killing too many tarn moreGeaeralapoJOtretfeNGheufdtoo many Its al ughter And Pat dont call me GtenemlI call me George II FRANK PEHR BREWING r 11 INCORPORATED Brewers and BottI LOUISVILLE KY TBI nrTTTTT mift SPECIAL BR everyaSENNACKERMBREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED I LOUISVILLE JOHN B FR WALTERS r Clay Street BraWe 508 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE FALLS CITY BREWINCliSulr INCORPORATEDfav Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Horns 76717672 Cumb Wilt 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER fi JOHNFOERTELINCORPORATED BUTCHER TOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEE 1400 tp 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOIHSVIULK Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone J THE WIEDEMANINCORPORATED BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent QRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky WALNUTSTTHEATER Starting Sunday Matinee December 17 Funniest Farce of the Season The Beauty and The Banker- A play that has made a deep impression upon press and public This comedy will be presented by a well selected and capable cast- Matinees Tuesday Thursday Satur day Best seats 25c Night Prices 25c 35c SOc 7Sc AVENUE THEATER Week SundayAfternoon For the First Time Here The Girl and The Tramp A Strong Cast Will Support Mr James Green as The Tramp POPULAR PRIORS Night Sunday and Holiday Matinees lOc 20c 30c Daily Matinees lOc 15c and 25c HOPKINS THEATER High Class Vaudeville AND Motion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENTS Three shows dally Sunday contin uous CASINO AND ORPBEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO t pictureHouMiinLoalatlle Mpccially to Ladles and ChUd- wonCOLUIJIBIA Sa Wader the earn management Pre plQluctlonric j CBTHOMP IRL 11ONLYfosobUds pFloral 532 FOURTH A Both Telephones 1000 All orders receive prompt and satisfaction guaranteed PRIVATE tlOS FOR THE CARE Opt- EPILEPTIC J PCThe Sisters of Mercy plyforepileptic patients Both mal patients are admitted Rat enable For further pR leule MOTHER M- rIlRCY MOSPI Sparks Mean Jellero HEIR AJJV JVpJj DYER AMDGf L Ladles and GlAfsW WORK GUAR NT fbea 303s 528 F CENTRAL FURNITU Incorporated- N W Cor Third tail 6r fWe furnish the home rcolj plate OB easy paymenit WM CALLAJlAtfii Mgr sales I Oie year eye as edraatl pare HUM for ills STY VIERS C bradwy the Xa arts AN ITIL wiI I iPrucJst lJ RX ANJ t4iss CLEANERS ND DYERS LOUISVILLES BI- GUSV8tORR j tZisGIFTS FOE EVERYBODY PEllljY Al POPULAR PRICES PJI QUESTIONS FOIL MEN be62 98 to 500 bbks vBOc to 350 LOCto 4498 In Jackets 250 to 475 P o lOo and 120 handcuff Boxes 69c to 398 I Cases 50c to 298 iblnatlon Sets Sfc to2iUU ft Buttons 2 cto200 1sks 0 500 to 360 be 2 5c to 498 es wool S6c to 50c yes Hid 100 to 175- av03 rpr 80c to 600 indkerchlefB Silk 25c to 100 10c to 76c so sey Coots 25iO to 500 rolrjr Sets i25c to 200 lyes o 25c to 98c orrls Chairs 1250 to 3000 lajtch Sates 60c to 160 Hilary Brushes 98o to 998 rJ Wool 9Ki to KOc L ft bOf B Itts Leather 60c to 100 to 500 ufflerst2Sc to 100fight Shlrtprr 25c to 100t1hsmac UOO to 200 Sets 1If98e to 160 Ing Ca8r lOc to 600 er Books 26c to 200 i Coats 500 to 20- 00rtes10c to 300 ier 25cto 150 ids 200 to 1500 ors 98c to 225- s 50c to 2100 hers 500 to 300 f Pins 25c to 150 king Jackets 395 to 745 jorters lOc to 50c king Stands 980 ing Mirrors 50c to 698 vlng Mugs 98c to 360 1960Bellaslerwcar 50c to 200 tches Gold Filled 445- mCGESTIONS FOR WOMEN 25c to 39c ags Leather i175 to 1250 back Combs 98c to 498 Belts5cto 198 Belt Buckles 26c to 350 Brooches 2 5c to 498 attenberg Scarfs 98c to 176 aracelets 76c to 698 Uath Robes 198 to 498 3ollars Lace 25c to 350 pitpORATED Collars Embroidered lOc to 25c Chiffon Ruffs 126 to 1360 Coats 500 to 3500 Coat Sets 25c to 398 Dress Goods 25c to 350 Fans 25o to 298 Flannels 25c to 100 Furs 198 to 2500 Frills 26c to 260 Gold Chains 98c to 498 Gloves 25c to3iO Hats 4250 to 760 Hose 15c to 398 Handkerchiefs 2c to 198 Hand Bags 9c to 1850 Jewel Cases 25c to 498 Kimonos t80 to 498 Manicuring Articles 25c to 50c Manicuring Sets 98c to 1298 Mesh Bags 26c to 698 Sniffs 198 to 2600 Music Rolls 25c to 398 Muslin Underwear 25c to 498 Necklaces v 25c to 39S Neck Stocks 25c to 250 Nut Picks 50c to 1JOO Perfumes 25o to 600 Petticoats iSOc to 500I Pillow Tops 250 to 98c Pin Cushions 2Sc to 125 Pocket Books 25c to 598 Plumes 500 to 1350 Rain Coats 760 to 1600 Rubber Gloves Me to 39c Rings 25c to 398 Scarfs Silk SOc to 198 SolesFleece 19c to 25c Supporters 26c to 98c Stenciling Outfits 10c to 90c Stationery lOc to 400 Shopping Bags 25c to 398 Slippers 98c to 148 Shoes 160 to 400 Side Combs 26c to 100 Shoulder Shawls 60c to 500 Silks 39cto 250 Suits 975 to 3600 Skirts 298 to 1250 Toilet Sets 98c to 1898 Umbrellas 60c to 760 Underwear 25cto175 Velvets 50c to 300 Veils Chiffon 50c to 360 Veilings lOc to 135 Visiting Cards 41Q0 to 300 Work Boxes 25c to 350 Waists 60c to 750 Wrappers 98c to 298 E BIG STORE SPECIAL HOLIDAY SALE OF VERCOATSFOR sioOCK OF HOLIDAY SPECIALS G STORE4Z4WeatMarkctSt IL ON MARBLESTONE CO NAUGHTON JOS N HIGGINS CHAS E NAUGHTON Mghtons Pharmacy Lions Filled By Registered Pharmacists Only Telephone Us and We Send For Them JJ- Pho a 17 TENTH AND JEFFERSON STS aNriNNi+NtiiN fMNfO CANDIED REQUEST g respectfully request our patrons to leave orders for Christmas Candies as soon able to avoid the rush of the last few days OLPHBAUERL JCatSIDY MAKERS t eat aaket 219223 W Jefferson 4MgHNNiaMNiBOlNietNNBNHNiNbBbiN ERJ T CHAWK Vftttriatry ln t17 and Hsski Forfa- SCI AND PRACTICAL HORSE SO H G- G1Ntalsra a l wnNt POIGII Jwu lTt4F1 l C SUGGESTIONS FOR PQYS Japs 25c and 50c Cowboy Suits 125 to 139 Gloves 25c to 100 Hats 50c and 200 Indian Suits f 79c to 179 Leggings SOc to 100 Magic Lanterns 75c to 500 Mechanical Toys 60c to 498 Neckwear GOo tb 100 Overcoats 198 to 698 Pants 60c to 150 Suits 198 to 748 Sweaters 50c and 150 Skates ro790to 348 Shirts6Oc to 10- 0Suspenders26c to 100 Sporting Goods 25c tQ548 Toys at all prices Trains on Truck 125 to 500 Underwear 25c to 100 Umlrellas 50c to 100 Watches 100 to 445 SUGGESTIONS FOR GIRLS Books 5c to 100 Bracelets 75c to 598 Coats 0298 to 1500 Dolls 25c to 798 Gloves 100 to 150 Hose VsJ lOc to SOc Prayer Books 25c to 200 Rain Coats Rosaries lOc to 300 Rugs I 25c to 100 Shoes 100 to 2150 Toys of every description Umbrellas 50c to 100 Watches Gold Filled 445 SUGGESTIONS FOR BABY Baby Records 50c to 400 Bonnets 25c to 298 Bootees 19c to 50c Comb and Brush Sets50c to169 Dolls l0c to 100 GoCarts 275 to 2150 High Chairs C5c to 400 Leggings 35c to 125 Nursery Chairs 135 to 235 Rattlers 100 to 25c Sacques 25c to 150 Smaller Coat Sets 150 Teething Rlngn lOc REELECT OFFICERS I I Division 4 Selects Same Leaders For the Com Ing Year Division 4 A O H held its an1 nual election Monday evening I with the exception or one or two I minor officers reelected the old offi cers unanimously The following will conduct the affairs of the dlvtelon In 1912 I PresidentJohn H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial SecretaryThos J Lan ganRecording SecretaryJohn J Bar ry Treasurer Harry J Brady SergeantatArmsJohn Coleman Sentinel M J McDermott Standing Committee L J Mean ey Pat ODonnell Fred Mooney John Burke John McKiernan Visiting Commutes John Langan Thos Farrell Bernard Muldoon Finance CommltteeH Thos Calla han John Collins Robert Mitchell iLlterary CommitteeD J Rellly T J Langan Thomas Callahan President Hennessy announced the memorial meeting programme for to morrow afternoon and urged every member to be present and bring his friends William McDonogh will rep resent the division In speaking for Its dead On account of the date for the next meeting of Division 4 being Christmas eve It was decided to meet the afternoon previous which will be Sunday December 24 IRELAND MOURNS The Westmeath Independent of Athlone Ireland brings news of the death of James Hurley J P a brotherinlaw ot Brother Martin of St Louis Bertrands Convent this city which took place at his resi dence Corlack House Ballymoe and was heard of with deop and sincere regret not alone In the district where he resided but throughout the adjoining districts of Galway and Roscommori where the was so well and popularly known The deceased gentleman had been for some time put lii declining health consequent on the advance of old age having attained his seventyefgbth year and though tolal death was but a question of time still when the aid news was made known lt Vokd ffpf l nsof the deepest sympathy on all sides Mr flurltfWM al man of the strictest IntegrHy and most honorable oharac Ur in till bks dealings with the pub lic and ill death il aincerely1 re fretted by a1a1 circle bC friends nd acquaintances iter throughout hts long Ute by his oonrtebuijnaaner and kindly disposition bb TEid en feared bims lf to all wMh whom he ct me to Mntaet Tfia deceased who fras a most devout and exemplary RAILROAD FARES RE FUNDED IN CASH SUGGESTIONS FOR HOME 150BoblnetBricabrac i50c to 1498 Book Cases 1000 to 6000 Bullets 2500 to 7250 Bedspreads 39c to 125 Blankets 50c to 2000 Carpets 40c to 125 Carpet Sweepers 190 to 350 Cups and Saucers 12G to 10JOO Curtains GOo to 2000 Cedar Boxes 1000 to 1450 Cut Glassware T5c to 1500 Chocolate Sets 450 to 798 Cracker Jars Son to 348 Chop Plates 60c to 298 Carving Sets 175 to 650 Clothes Bars 50c to 125Clocks 75c to 125 Chafing Dishes 498 to 898 Chniffonlers 800 to 850iO Comforts 98c to 1000 Decorated Baskets 50c to 150 Dinner Sets 599 to 64 26 Davenports 2300 to 6600 Fern Dishes 148 to 298 Fruit Bowls 25c to 548 Fruit Sets 139 to 450 Game Sets 25c to 348 Gas Lamps 298 to 1000 Jardinieres 45c to 500 Lace Bed Sets 150 to 600 Lunch Baskets 25c to C5c Lamps 248 to 898 Leather Couches 1600 to 3900 Ladles Desks 800 to 4000 Mantel Mirrors 598 to 1050 Music Cabinets 6 50 to 2100 Mirrors 25c to 698 Mattings 20c to 30c Napkins 269 to 1500 Oil Cloths 25c and SiOc Olive Dishes 25c to 100 Orange Spoons 175 to 398 Oyster Forks 175 to 225 Pictures 25c to 500 Punch Sets 348 to 500 Pedestals 149 to 298 Rugs 150 to 3500 Rockers 250 to 1900 Silk Pillows 115 to 125 Shirt Waist Boxes 200 to 900 Sugar and Creams 100 to 398 Teaspoons Set 69c to 198 Turkish Rockers 1800 to 5500 Table Linen 25c to 198 Towels 5c to 100 Vases V30c to 498 Window Shades 25c to 100 Washing Machines 3 98 to 1498 tt1fI R n4 t lC Doctors Failed 11 Eu Claire Wit SlZTalmadge StSept 1 1910 The last few year I was mostly sick with different diseases they made me frightful could feel a steadY pressure on my head Pastor Kooniss Nerve Tonic cured me of all these troubles entirely It Is a wonderful medicine 1 am so thankful to know a remedy which restored my health I was In treatment by four physicians but IIt was without any benefitsat least they gave me up by saying Nothing more could be done for me My sincere goohealthspiritMrs H J Smith Mrs R E Co Onderklrk Uagnon IlL was cured from Nervousness and Weak KoontgNerveTonicA Valuable Book on Ner FREEA Diseases and n Sample to any addreu Poor pa tients aW eet the mtdlu tre Prepared by the Brr FATtna Eoono of Fort Wayne led slate 1878 sad sow by the KOENIG MED CO Chicago III 108 Lake Street Sold by Druggists at f1 per DoW d for ffi Largo Iu 171 6 Bottles for SV member of the Catholic church was the father of a brilliant family of nine children eight of whom our vive him rvlz the Rev T P Hurley of Athlono Rev Timothy Hurley D D of Strokestown James M Hurley National Bank Dublin E J Hurley C P S and P J Hurley J P Ballymoe Mother Ignatius Mary the Ursullne Convent Sllgo Mother Falconerle+ Margaret Irish Sisters of Charity Dublin Miss Katheleen Hurley Corlack House Ballymoe The deceased gentleman passed away to his eter nal reward comforted by all the pious ministrations of Holy Church and In presence of the members of his sorrowing family A friend of all he cherished no enmities and knew no enemies aDiI his loss will long be deplored In the district and perish of Ballymoe where Ibis influ ence In connection with everything longpeltSHE OVERTOOK HIM A wizened little man charged his wife with cruel and abusive treat ment His better ha1tar in this cue better two= tbsrde war a Kg sqU08re jawed Woman with a de termined eye The judge listened to the plaintiff recital of wrongs with ateretltr Where did you meet this woman wiio according to your etoryJtu treated y ueo dreadfully His Honor asked Well Judge rsplleadthi Itttte- wn maklnc a1slh atUor A 6 lare defiantly at = w s1 eyed did meet Mr- f lift kind r overteek UM 4n s SOCIETY DIRECTORYY A 0 II- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall en First and Third Tuesday President Wlillam Murphy Vice presidentAnthony Tom king Recording Secretary Joseph B Farrell Financial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Thomas P Lawle- rSergeantatArmsLouie Roller DIVISION 2 Meets first and third Wednesdays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Walnut street- sPresidentC J Ford Vice President Ernest Smith Recording Secretary William T Meehan Financial SecretaryJohn J Keaney Treasurer Jamea Welsh SergeantatArms W S Nally DIVISION 3 Meets Blxaf and Thlrd Mondays IJtaet effih and Portland President Hugh Hourigan Vice Treslden Hugh Hourlgan Recording Secretary Thomas StevensFmanclalSecretary J G He etonTreasurerD J Dougherty SergeantatArms James Stevens SoBtinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrad Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial SecretaryT J La- gan 807 West Oak street Assistant Financial secretary D J Reill- yTreasurerHarry Brady SergeantatArms John Coleman Sentinel M J McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesday At Elks Hall County President Lawrence FordPresidentJohn G Cole Vice PresldentJ E Murphy Recording Secretary Hugh Me Grodcr Financial SecretaryJohn Hogan TreasurerB A Coll SergeantatArms Michael Gar ritySentinelThomas Gleason MarshalMichael Noon Y M I MAOKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth President Samuel L Robertson Vice PresidentsJoseph J Hancock A C Link Financial SecretaryF G Adams Recording SecretaryR Osborne Corresponding Secretary E B DillonTroasurerW A Link Marshal J H Sheehan Inside SentinelPAndrlottO- utsldo SentinelJoseph Stewart CHORISTERS Father Finns Boys Wit Visit Europe Next May Eight years ago the Rev Father William J Finn of St Marys church Chicago started the Faullst choristers with two small Italian boys and two men Gradually the number increased and from this has grown an organization which has won high praise from many critics Boys of all nationalities and creeds have been educated In this society The effect of the training has been specially good While many of the boys are the sons of welltodo parents there have been and are many who have come to the choir hall from poor homes and without any hope of receiving a musical education elsewhere Several of these boy choristers have become well known artists and upon Invitation have tang at the White House for ex President Roosevelt and members of the Cabinet Two years agorwhenthe boys sang In Philadelphia at the national contest they were awarded the first prize and afterward gave a concert at the Academy of Music under the patronage of Mrs Drexel The so ciety will go to Paris next May for a contest which will include choirs from Germany Russia Spain England and France The Judges will be the great composers of the present day In Europe Sinco accepting the invitation to appear at the contest the society has received other in Rations from England Ireland and the continent to give cocerts during the season The contest will be told on May 27 and the society plans to 8alI on May 4- CA91NOORPHEUM Beautifully staged dramas splendid picturesque land and sea views that tell Interesting stories and also some excellent comedy films will be I features of next weeks moving plo ture bills at the Casino and Orpheum With jflrat choice from the latest reels made these two houses are providing the best enter f tlament seen in htse dty- GRIIMANY Tie number of Lutherans In Ger many In every thousand of popular tion hws deceased from Uw III In the forty rears since tM pivxsla Itlon of tkntptr wttlti tke snbettromanCabolteshas rasa from 886 to sc u n = HunmSave Honey By Having Your Wearing Apparel Cleaned Here Both Phones 2207 617 S Fourth Avea THE BEST THE LATEST I FOR THE LEASTW- e are showing this season in Ladies Duchess Boots the snappiest styles in all the finest Leathers and Cloths in Button or Lace High and Low TopsyAt the same popular prices that appeal to all Special attentionM eiven to fitting children New Home for the Celebrated EMERSON Shoes for Men4j4j For Louisville New Albany and Jeffersonville VOLZ MICHAELP336 WEST MARKET STREET For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE It My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street GREflGRS BUSINESS SCHOOL SECOND AND DRKOKINEIDGE SOLICITS Tile PATRONAoe OF THE READERS OF TILE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN This school is fortunate in having both the best Bookkeeping and Shorthand systems taught in Louisville We would be glad to have you call and see us and we think you will appreciate the claims we makeD- AY NIQHT CLASSESAND THE YEAR AROUND J D LKEAGER Princ- ipalHoliday SuggestionTO Mothers Wives 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