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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ti 4TQ1F Secend and Breckl I xxxNQ 1 SATURDAY JANUARY 4 1913 PRICE FIVE POIGNANT Vas Grief of Catholics Over tho Death of Fattier Andrew t J Brady e St Cecilias Church Stands a Monument to Ills Zenl F Funeral One of tho Most Inipos SSccii Here For Many Years PRIEST WHOM ALL PEOPLE LOVEDI 1 0 The announcement of the death of the Rev Andrew J Brady the venerable pastor of St Cecilias churchl oil Twentyfifth street which took place Monday morning at the parish rectory caused wide and poignant grief through the city of Louisville and State of Kentucky Upon all sides were heard expressions of sin I 1 Brady was a member of II ii I received his early education at the t 4ristnn Brothers school In his I on 1 eto v il inus1r1i self among nlsclassl ellows Tiy car rying off many prized Subsequently he entered the famous All Hallows College In the city of Dublin to pre t paro for the sacred office to which he was called Here he added to his scholarly attainments and whllo j yet exceedingly young he was or dained to the holy priesthood Corning I to the United States soon after I t over forty years For a number cf years the energetic young priest was on the mission among the widely t scattered Catholics of the country t districts but ever patient and prayerful he submitted to every hardship and went courageously for ward each succeeding year bearing testimony to his ability For a number of years IFather Brady was stationed at Danville and before coming to Louisville he erected three churches one at Lebanon and one at Harrodsburg Nineteen years ago he succeeded the late Father Mackin as pastor of St Cecilias I c1 urcha position for which his i talents coupled with his amiability of character eminently fitted him I Under his direction St Cecilias has I forced itself Into the front rank I the city parishes ofII cByregarded more as friend than astsuperior His teaching was onII I veyod by example Deeply pious andIat the same time studious he I itaber of hIs congregation and by all he was devotedly loved Naturally of a retirIng and unobtrusive nature l Father Brady did not take much I I 11 eslE of the congregation over which he had been placed in charge anti to which he leaves as his monument IIr tho magnificent new St Cecilias church free from debt and prac tlc lly ready for consecration j Father Brady had been 111 for two weeks with pneumonia but his conf diLlon was not considered alarming t until Friday when complications brother priests and unremitting I medical assistance his condition did not improve materially and Monday morning fortified by the last rites t of the church he Went courageously before the Master he served so loy Rev Father Hugh Bradya first cousin of the dead priest who is 1 chaplain of St Josephs Infirmary I jl is the only relative living in Louis vflle For three days and nights the remains lay in state in the church where they were viewed by thou sands Tie funeral was held Thursday morning Right Rev Bishop ODon ceremonies At9 oclock the office tor the dead WM chanted toy the ftMombled prlMtIand half an hour later the soleMn high SHMMI of1e Ito flulem wM Wguri witk the Rer JkmM POmnlujVGuH1brant TPfae dlfic IN throngd hiutdifdi a betof unable to aln admittance 1P MfWKm ifM riekad bjr Uet I KENTUCKY It IRisH AMERICAN IIY9LUM CENTSII was1widely famIBy IitUCkyatld 11himself NotIwithstanding forltwhich hunIIdredprieatlas Rev Thomas White of St Frances of Rome in Clifton who paid eloquent and feeling tribute to his life long friend and brother priest The last prayers were recited by Bishop I ODonaghue The funeral cortege was one of the longest seen here for years and was representative of all classes of tho people of Louisville The active pallbearers were John McQueese Daniel Tompkins William Kerberg John Lynn John Keep George Recktenwald Charles Raldy and George J Butler The honorary pallbearers were John J Dignan James G Shelly Thomas Hayden Charles Jacques Peter Tevnin Nicholas Warisse Irvlngton Earl P Bannon Jr Barney Campbell Sr Thomas F Henley William G Hume August Weber Thomas Dolan Accompanying the remains to their resting place In St Louis cemetery were the Altar Society Young Ladies Sodality Mackin Council St Vincent de Paul So ciety St Cecilias church choir St Josephs Sodality and several hun dred children In special street cars WATCHED Railroad Friends Give Capt Jacl Murphy Greatr v surprise Capt John B Murphy President of the Jeffersonvllle Board of Met ropolitan Police Commissioners andI general yardmaster for the Louis yule division of the Pittsburgh Cin cinnati Chicago St Louis railway In Louisville Jeffersonville and New Albany was presented New Years day with a handsome gold watch by the men from the three cities employed under him The presentation speech was made by John M OFarrell yardmaster Inl Louisville and theceremony was at Capt Murphys shanty In this city A large number of the em ployes gathered there and surprised Capt Murphy who responded to the speech made by Mr 0Farrell Alton H Parker Jeffersonvllle yardmaster also made a brief talk The committee named to purchase theI gift was A H Parker W L Lloyd and H L Ryan Capt Murphy was proud of the gift not so much on account of the Intrinsic worth of the token but more especially be cause It came from men ho has seen grow up under him in the hazardous business Capt Murphy was born June 29 1852 He became identified with the Pennsylvania December 2 1872 as a night switchman In Louisville In 1879 he was made yardniaster in Jeffersoniville sent to the Tenthstreet yards Louisville two years later and a Jew months 1trWrU ransterrd back to Jet ferpbnvinewliertf henreinalneduritn promoted to general yardmaster in July 1891 He has had a con tinuous service with the Pennsylvania lines for forty years and one month His home has been in Jef fersonvllle all of this time He is a widely known Democrat and has served In the City Council several terms Capt Murphy Is also prom lent as a member of the Ancient Order of Hibernians Catholic Knights of America Knights of Columbus Knights and Ladies and the parish societies of St Augus tines church Were CatholicChurches at New Years Day Services Last Wednesday was New Years day and the Feast of the Circum InliheThe services were the same all on Sunday and at the early masses the- hurches were thronged with people who offered prayers for the continua ion of Gods blessing upon the city State and nation Tuesday evening In nearly all the churches solemn thanksgiving services for all the blessings and benefits of the year were held These services were also largely attended and besides solemn vespers and benediction of the most specialIfor the graces and hlessjngs of 1012 At the masses Now Years day the- musical programmes wore the same j I I ChristmasII religious spirit exhibited by their flocks at the beginning of the new par PATROLMAN SUFFERING I Officer James Savage a well known member of the local police department Is confined to his 237 East Main street suffering homo el the effects of the bite of a cocaine crazed negro whom he arrested lastI Ioe t0ber Though the negro sank his I I I deep into his Jeg Officer Sayff continued qn his beat until a short time ago when it was thought I III he was threatened with blood poison ug Fortunately his case Is not that serious though It may be several j weeks before he will bo able toreIturn to the force I HO m co GINext Tuesday night at Falls City Division 1 X O H wUl In tall Its officers In addition there will be a homecoming celebration by the prewar and former meinbers which a general invitation IsexIThINs will be an inter UnJ I programme of errciand a smoker pad doubtla tlyire vllj be lara pleiaiat jreunwh of UUMM wW hareMbMn identified vitjj kta grand old wkrtetr i CONFIDENT i That Long Delayed Home littlp Bill Vlll Pass NqxtfV llonthlf Intelligent Itcvlow of tlic Politi cal Situation as it NosyI Stands JiUnionist Party NcverMoro Dls united baRn itVlsfht Present GAINS STRENGFII I t The Dundalk Democrat In an In telligent and conservative review of tho political situation as It relates to the present Government and legisla tion for Ireland says that on resum ing on December 30 the motion for allotting time for the report stage of the home rule bill will be taken rapidlyforwardIntention of the Government to push on rapidly and complete the whole of its legislative programme for the session It Is the hope of the Gov ernment to conclude the session in the month of February So far as one can see there Is no reason why this work heavy as It is should not be done If there were a strong partyrighting toIso delay matters as to make It nec essary to drop the franchise bill the third of the great measures to which the Government has pledged Itself but the Unionist party was appar ently never more disunited than it is at present The organs of the party In the press are at sixes and sevens Under the prudent guidance of Bal four the party dangled a nebulous thing called tariff reform which nobody pretended to understand be fore the eyes of the electorate and told them that this was a cure for all Englands industrial ills and the means of bringing about the greatest measure of national prosperity Balfour knew very well that If tariff reform is not to include a tax on corn it would be of no use to the agricultural interest In England which is Tory and that if It does include a tax on corn it will be taxing 11Iauch a proposal for twentyfour hours England would see the bread riots repeated and the party that proposition amidst the smoke of half a dozen burning cities John Bull will stand a lot but he knows what dear bread meant in tie past and he will have no more of It The extreme tariff reformers in the Tory party some months ago tired of what they called the lackadaisical policy of Balfour started a conspiracy to depose him But Balfour according to some accounts was not unwilling to be deposed at all events the present Tory leader Bonar Law came in instead Now Bonar Law may have many virtues as a businessman and a polltican but prudence foresight and discretion do not ap pear to be prominent among them Bonar Law Is probably a convinced and sincere tarlf reformer He is said to have Interests in Canada and a system of preferences for the cpl onies Is one of the essentials of the tariff reform proposals But he does not appear to understand that neither he nor anybody else has a right to impose upon the people of England a revolutionary change in Its customs system without the authority of the people of England Most of the wiser heads among the Unionist party recognize this clearly enough and they for nonths had been preparing to throw tariff re form overboard by way of a referen dum If on a referendum the country vote for abandoning free trade un der which it has prospered for fifty or sixty yearsI then tho country should have SIts way but at all events It is not Bonar Law nor a handful of gentlemen in Parliament but the people in the country as a whole who are to have the last word The present trouble in the Unionist party was brought about by a speech of the Tory leader at Ashtonunder Lype In which he declared the withdrawal of 4he referendum pledge and stated that it was his intention to submit the question of food taxes to an Imperial conference to be summoned as Soon as his party comes to power the colonies1 at that conference Ilf for taxes to be Imposed on for foodstuffs to the preference of themselves then the Unionists will ilmppse them otherwise they will not Tn other words this Important question as to whether the British paterfamilias will hhvb to pay a tax on every loaf of bread set upon his breakfast table is to be decided not by himself but by people of Canada and elsewhere who would benefit Such a proposal would be rejected to morrow by an overwhelming major fly of the people of England and tho more fact that a resppnslble narty leader has pttt such a proposal forward has done more to estrange pouular feeling from that party than anything it has done for fifty years Even the Times condemns it ft well sa nearly all the Unionist morning paper published In the industrial towns of iSnvland A member of the expreuedthi If ills Government could bar jur a jaerl eltOu tjt a 1otk ago ho we ooaTJncMl that ii L L 1jIJ they would win han down now Iif I one were forced upbnthem ASH1AND 43f I 4eHibernians Elect Officerst 4 t and ArfanejorJoInt I 1 The ftlbernlanswri Ashland closed theyear JJUBtlehdeqj Twith a rousing and qnthusliistlc meetlng when the following division JOfficers were elected itor the ycdvt1913 Presideptt BHuurdlss Sr Vice President John Sheridan Recording Secretary JYClirL ton frFinancial Mr Howaid Jr- TreasurorMartin j Holme- sSergeantatArxn3Ohn Scre- ySentine1WiI1iathaughtop Chairman Standing Committee John Mulligan fi Hereafter the iuapies Auxiliary will meet with Diyjjilbn 1 oh the third Tuesday of eit h9nbnth It iIs planned to have aroc1M session on these nights for all the members Thomas 1i Howard Sr Chairman of the Entertainment Committee Iis enthusiastic over the present condi tion of the order and says Hibernian ism will prosper lifAshland duringi the coming year II C J FOftD Will Serve Another Term as President of Division 2 A 0 H RECEN DEATHS r Charles W Hagan twentyoneI years oddedMonday afternoon at the home of ilififeather Charles fti34iutG3 Ijrir4 ceiyed when he fell from a tree some time ago The funeral was held Wednesday morning from Holy Cross church The funeral of John Horn who died Tuesday at his home 309 Ohio street was held yesterday morning from St Josephs church of which he was a faithful member For many years the deceased was employed by Grainger Co as an ironworker He was widely known and highly respected In the East End Monday evening death entered the home of Maurice and Amelia Quill 523 North Twentyseventh street taking from them their infant daughter Catherine who for six months had been the joy and sun shine of the household Her funeral was held Wednesday morning and the bereaved parents find consola tion in the knowledge that an angel awaits them in heaven The funeral mass of Miss Nellie Donahue beloved daughter of Fergus and Mary Donahue was cele brated Thursday morning in St Johns church by the Rev Father Schuhmann Miss Donahue was twentysix years old and resided with her parents at 907 East Walnut street Her gentle generous nature had gained her a wide circle of friends whose sympathy is tendered the bereaved parents Residents of Jeffersonvllle gen erally regret the death of Michael Nolan husband of the late Mary Nolan and one of that citys moat highly respected citizens The de ceased was born in Queens county Ireland sixtythree years ago but the greater part of his long and usa ful life was spent In Jetfersonvllte where he came as a ypung man Sur viving him are two daughters Misses Anna and Susie Nolan with whom no lived and a brother and sister in Ireland Rev Father OConnell con ducted the funeral services and mass of requiem Monday morning when the large attendance testified to the esteem In Vhlch the deceased was held Wallace K Evans for more than twenty years manager of the Raffo Furniture Company died sudd nlY Monday morning at his home 611 Park avenue and the sad news was a shock to his many friends His death was caused by dropsy follow lug an illness of only three days The deceased was a member of the Knights of Columbus and stood high In the business cycles of the city Besides his widow he is survived by three eons Wallace Evans AJlen Evens 0 Stewart Evans and a daughter Mrs Edna Smith of Nash yule Tenn Funeral services were held Wednesday morning at St iLouIo Bertrands church when large mum hers of sorrowing frlendi and rela J tive paid ihe last tad tribute of raapeet I PONT HNVY Dont envy the iparirabore you He IIs probably bitter thaii you or h wouldnt ttifje If you envy him ItoilehJaI 11t POLITICSI Progressives and itcjmhllcaiis at Wide Variance on Fission- S Question Herald Itaps Editor Knott and Ills Fellow Uehdcnnls Club riISlOilliltM 0 1 Sheriff0 Eniler Opens New rear With Entry In County Assessor Race MANY JTO ENTER THE PRIMARY I As predicted in these columns Immediately after the election there Is no possible hope for the Pro gressive and Republican parties In this district to get together and nom mate a fusion or compromise ticket in the coming municipal election as EvenIngPostties arenow at each others throats exampleisIn a recent issue the Post at tempted to discredit the proposed Progressive Club tho organization of which has made good headway in Louisville Its objection Is to a party organization of this character It would prefer a Good Government Club on a general basis of member ship Naturally it would The Post does not want the Progressive party to become a factor in local politics The Post wants to use the sentiment created by the Progressives for the j support of some sort of mongrel ticket which it can name There Is a little silkstockinged coterie of featherduster reformers that oscillates between the Pendennis Club and Mr Knotts office which I would like td ride into power on the wave of popular revolt against the old parties We do not need to name any of those who compose it They are pretty well known to students of local politics They have as little real understanding of what the Progressive movement means as many of the oldline politicians They live and move and have their being in a sphore far above the average man whom1thej talk much of what they would like to do for the people but they are all afraid doVariy thing for I t- Pretty hard words coming from the Herald but a great deal of truth In them especially pertaining to tb i professional reformers often spoken of In the columns of the Kentucky Irish American they being Democrats today and Republicans or Fuslonlsts tomorrow in fact any thing or any creed to obtain an of flee With salary or prestige One of the Posts friends comes back at tho Herald with the statement that the Progressive party was only a passing remarkable1racelawyer against Swagar Sherley for Congress the Post writer asking what chance Fox would have against Sherley In an ordinary election and i that next year will find the majority of the Progressives back in the old parties I Sheriff Al Emler began the new year with announcement of his candidacy for County Assessor and Is already busy forming his organiza tion for the August primary The popular Sheriff Is some campaigner and the man who defeats him will know he has been in a race Another entry or two Is expected in this race the coming week and this is believed will be a signal for hasty announcements all along the line for the first freeforall primary held under the new law ItIs rumored that Pres Ray will have one of his present deputies for an opponent in the County Clerk race and the same situation applies to Tax Receiver Mlllikona contest for nomination However It Is rumored that Mr Mllllken has the Mayoralty bee buzzing in his bonnet and that Dr Buschemeyer may have opposition from Caldwell Norton Sebastian Zorn Harry Brennan Owen Tyler or Mr Mllllken at a later date Attorney Sam Greene Is busy now cam paigning for County Judge ami from the present outlook It will be a threecornered race between he Judge Muir Weissinger and Judge Charles Wilson Coroner Ellis Dun can has no opposition at present although the names of Dr A R Blzot and Dr Charles Edelen have been mentioned In that connection In the Police Court Bailiffs race If Ed OConnor doesnt announce Detective Will Harding will shy his hat In the ring while the contest for Cleric of Police Court resembles a battle royal at present owing tn time numerous entries Butwatcll for the big field of entries into tho Aldermanic and Councilmarilo races anybody that can get a couple of hundred names on their petition be ing eligible no other trouble or ex pense necessary In fact there v be so many candidates to run that j voters to sign petitions will greatly In demand betl WORLDS TJAHGEST HOTEL 11 The twentysix story McAlpin Hotel at Thirtyfourth and Broad flay NOw York City said to be the largest hotel In the world superbly fInished und equlpped Vas formally opined to the public JMt Saturday MgM The WJcAlphln 111 capable of accommodating 2600 efns ei I ouELye et PI y The prIaeip 1 wtnuM art iijH n Tklrtytklrd n4 r 0- II Thirtyfourth streets Below the street level are the barber shop kit chen and service room lavatories stewards department laundry and other work departments of the es twentyfourtifloorOn the twentysixth floor are a ball room and convention hall Turkish bath with private roof garden ia general roof garden and a kitchen for an independent service of these features The building is as fireproof as mod rn constructive skill can make it and in this regard Iit ranks second to none in the world FIREMEN Provide Bounteous New Year Eve Feast Fort Friends Of the many gatherings held toI bid the old year adieu none sur passed in real enjoyment and spirit the one that took place at the head quarters of the No 17 engine com pany and No 5 hook and ladder company Twentieth and Garland when Capt Frank Bundschu and Capt Edward McHugh and their men tendered a reception and most bountiful supper to public officialsI i prominent citizens and friends of the brave fire fighters The tables groaned under the weight of oysters salads roast turkey and cranberries roast shoat and dressing pumpkin pies fruits and everything that would tempt the palate and strange to say after all had been served to the full there was much left which the bighearted firemen distributed among the homes In the neighbor hood Seated at the head of the table was Chief Tim Lehan with As sistant Chiefs Patrick Carroll and Gregory Sheehan near by Others were Adam Atzlnger Alderman Bar ney Campbelj William M HiggIns Deputy County Assessor Edward Brennan George Atzlnger Joe McDevitt Louis Cofer Emmet Fitz- patrIck Daniel Buck John Me Devitt Joseph Walz Ben Schuck man and about forty whose names were not obtained Adam Atzlnger acted as toast master and called upon the editor of the Kentucky Irish American who was almost at a loss to find words to express appreciation for the hos pitality bestowed and tho good bheer that prevailed The men were commended for their faithfulness in protecting life and property anI congratulated upon being members of the best fire department in the country When Capt Bundschu was called for he told of the life of thoflreman always on duty Their only pleasure was the soclabllty that existed among the men in the re spectivehousdsauLoccasionaJikethe their friends and the public and en couraged them in a life that is con stantly fraught with danger Before leaving a number Inspected the house and its equipment which they declared in firstclass order and per fectly kept CHORIAL UNION Oratorio For St Lawrence Institute a Great Event I Sunday evening January 12 the I Shubert Masonic Theater should be filled with a capacity audience at the performance of the beautiful oratorio l The Golden Legend which Is to be given for the benefit of St Lawrence Institute The fact that this affair is given under the auspices of the Catholic Choral Union chould of Itself be sufficient for enthusiastic cooperation on tho i part of every parish in the city The best of talent has been obtained and the programme is one calculated to suit all tastes Douglas Powell the famous English baritone will be one of the Soloists and Mrs Alice Turner Parn ell of Columbus Ohio i has been secured for the leading soprano Miss Alma Beck of Cincinnati will blso assist in making this oratorio an artistic and brilliant evont The chorus will be a mag nificent assembly of Well trained Ii voices from all of the Catholic t church choirs under the most effi j cleat directorship of Prof Anthony Molengraft who has achieved such great success as leader of the May music festivals In our city Brother Plus and the friends of St Law rence Institute have been untiring In promoting the success of the pro ject and it is tobe hoped there will not be 1 vacant seat- CATHEDRAL I During the course of an eloquent sermon preached at the Cathedral last Sunday morning the Rev Father Donohue asked Why do Catholics neglect attending Vespers i and benediction 1 This isa serious question ho said and the only l answer that could be given is be cause such as absent themselves have no gratitude In their Divine Lord asked what solilsOurI I f more for his vineyard than He has 1 il thntt to give thanks Perhaps when wep raIl into some terrible temptation xve may then realize that if we had pone into Gods holy temple for the vesper service and received the blessing of God on a Sunday or holy lilly We would have been better forti rIca to withstand the attacks of tho Inevitablel When it comes to that awful hour for to receive extreme ilrictlbn It may then SJawn upon you careleee easygoing 0 rlstlan how many opportunltlM you ist Labor While IOU have the light forthMight coMeth when w nc1work I x EAT ROSA BREAD 1JNtQNMADJII Labels Redeemable at Klrbys ai and lOc Store LOUISVILLE THRONGED GOVERNMENT MeetrsI SecrtcaryThomas ifieMvV SOCIALISM IPortends and Foreshadows Peril to Product of Christian Civilization DefitilL i tion With Which But Few Differ 4 Says Its Growth Is Due to Ignorance of Its Alms WHAT THE CHURCH STRIVES FOR In a lecture on Socialism under the auspices of the Brooklyn Knights of Columbus delivered by Hon Bourke Cochran Just before his de parture for Europe the noted Irish American orator said The question of Socialism is little Thetendency doctrIne cialistic nature In CongressIta member dislikes a bill Hd declares It registers understand what Socialism really is permit me to give a definition with SocialIsmdistribution StateThis foreswhich are the product of Christian civilization There Is a Vast differ Jelongingtoto the individual There are certain facilities which private concerns undertake such as lighting 1and means of travel which ihe State provhfeforconcerns were notpermitted to do so Operation of railways water systems senUallYPubl1JtunMlons administer tomd to do so ffihen the State undertakes to as sulMuntrpl of private individual powerthaiiyfaWhats thatqJ and women cooperate for their twokrenforcedThereeverYcivlllzatlonnot work tbgether wo should be largepopulations contribute thedirecttrainingSocialism itude and goyernmenteforhundredsoverthrowSocialisticIincreasedbyWages is that part of the reward the compensationfot assertthatgreatershare laborer toTakethismanreceives andinisworthi onetlfthofSoclallitts re forhisnotforpay materialswhIch thechairIncreaseshis creases the prosperity of his employer and anIncreaseustakesUbstitutingtheJobs would be given to politicians wouldhavework would deprive skilled laborers of their positions As a result theoutput of the commodity would be materially diminished and the wages necessarilydecreased The Socialists claim that their eliminateInduwould be no strikes The State can not negotiate with its subjects it must command them This Means whiQhIsChristianity has overthrown Social- Ism once entrenched in power would secure a powerful control over the to10verthrQwSocialism if It Is but a restoration of hateful conditions It is largely duo ofSocialisticlain of certain conditions which we deplore ifany abuses have grownup in our Government which must and will be corrected without the aid of the Socialists Tour very presence here tonight Is convincing proof that you are engaged in a work of purifying the evils of civili zation I GROWS L TIt lI4i California ha b H noted the t size and h lgtot fffi tM trs Ort j grow there but few Icnoyr th t tAvrtralla grew treiw that ar tiller u I r rSv KENTUOKY J SaAM IOAN KNTUGKY 1 IRISH flMEKKMiTe- ted+ to the Social and Moral Mtaiicememeni ol Irish Americans and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of IHibernians Young MMJS Institute and CathoHc Knights of America KENTUCKY IHISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorponled Publisher INSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY gc Bnttred d the LocUrllU Poitottlc M SecondCIsM natt- r4HrU CmuleatioSl to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 3H2IWesl keei St UMON RAGES UVOEL COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JANUARY 4 1913 RESOLUTIONS The old year is gone It has disappeared beyond recall Its record is made up and made up for eternity What was thought and said and done during it remains now indelible The use that was made of its time can not now bo changed But 1913 Is here Its history is still unwritten Its page is now without a blot Its time may be utilized It can be filled with good deeds What are ybu going to do with 1913 Hera we present three resolutions every Catholic young man should make First to live a Catholic faithful to the practice of religion sober and chasteSecond to make himself excep tionally skillful at some special special employment Third to save some money every week until he has at least 1000 in bankThero are plenty of other good resolutions that a man may prof itably make and keep To make the three above mentioned will be no hindrance to others But these three ought to be made as a rule by all They are a foundation on which everyone may build a superstructure to please himself But to ad vance in grace and virtue to excel in some gainful pursuit by which a1 living may be earned and to prac tice thrift are the main avenues to success STARTLING WARNING Presidentelect Woodrow Wilson visited his birthplace in Virginia last Saturday and there delivered an ad dress that has startled the pol iticians The Presidentelect a saljed the accumulation of great wealth and the preferred few and prom ised that he will work for the Who can not struggle to the asserted that the country ha n drunk with the wine of P L y and is now returning to th HHflsh i f nders Earned storettb JUCii UL iiifii public The paragraph in his speech Which caused most comment how ever and will without doubt cause consternation in some circles was as followsI pick out some gentlemen not confined to one Stategentle- men likely to be associated with the Government of the United States who have not yet had dawn upon their intelligence what It is that Government is set up to do There are men who will have to be mas tered in order that they shall bo made the instruments of justice and of mercy This Is not a rose water affair This the Presidency is an office in which a man must put on his war paint Fortunately I am not of such a visage as to mind marring ItandI do not care whether the war paint Is becoming or not And it need not be worn with truculence A man can keep his manners and still fight Indeed I have found that he sometimes t dismays his opponents by keeping his manners and fighting because they apparently do not know how to fight with affability But the nice thrust of the sword that Is delivered with a smile is more disconcerting than the thrust that 4s delivered with a scowl And there must be some good hard fighting not only in the next four years but In the next generation in- S order to achieve what we have set out to achieve SPLIT GROWS WIDER Though meager the news from London continues encouraging for home rule for Ireland Cabling the Chicago Tribune the Hon T P OConnor M P the Nationalist leader In England says the politicians already are beginning their preparations for a renewal of the big fight over the home rule bill on Monday next after the brief vacation and John Redmond has sent an urgent message to all Irishmen to attend the Commons lest the Tories attempt another snap division In the meantime the Tory split keeps widening and the quarrel which Christmas day Interrupted Is sow going strong again and Bbnar Laws position as opposition leader IB becoming more impossible dally IMMIGRANTS StatiiticlaM relate that 111488 iimmigrant cams to tbltIpuntrrla8 rear Tiiere are lawmakers in the United State Conifree who would J aesaldde theJmmI rant beoau e 6f bilt inability too rand and write which le the fieriest Boheenae sail the Catk= J olio Sun iota td1lcat d limmigru n is quite liable to be a dangerous disturber who has no regard for the liberty granted by our system while he who is without education almost always is a hardworking honest person who makes an excellent cit izen and whose children all become worthy upholders of our beneficent institutions QUITE RIGHT The Socialist papers have put down the name of Wayland among the martyrs of their cult When Warren Debs Co are put in the penitentiary for breaking the laws there will be some more martyrs Schrank the Milwaukee martyr was put into an Insane asylum and Watson the martyr ought to have been put there long ago The whole contemptible outfit is a public nuisance braying like asses at everything decent and incapable of anything better Catholic Advance MAYBE YEARS HENCE The movement for the celebration of one hundred years of peace between England and he United State is said to be very popular on the other side of the Atlantic Perhaps so But it will scarcely become popular here for some years yet In the opinion of the Omaha True Voice iho attitude of England during the civil war was not exactly peaceable and that was only fifty years ago Then there is the Panama canal tolls question which Just now is not making many friends for England In this country We can safely postpone that celebration for another fifty rears at least HOW DO YOU STAND Merchants take stock at the be iglnnlng of the year to determine the condition of their business and to find out how they stand before the world This good rule observed by every careful man suggests stock taking In the more serloua and important business ot salvation How do you stand before God countryInany official observance of New Years day is Great Britain where business weillasindustrylI was carried on as usual Elsewhere in Europe New Years day is hot only a legal but a popular holiday With all others we commend Solicitor General Marshall Bullltt for the manner In which ho has upheld tho law in the Jack Johnson case In the United States Supreme Court The notorious negro will have his final hearing next Monday We have Just a few women In our community who talk much about heaven at church and much about their neighbors on the streets Just give your neighbor a rest during 1913 and see if you do not enjoy the year better f Dont let the Christmas spirit get away from us now that the day I its It has gone by There are several months of cold winter weather I I ahead and the poor we have always with us EASTER willhaveorder to get Easter gowns and hats ready on time Not in ninetyfive 111thoI come as early again for another eightyseven years Next Eaater falls on March 23 Not since 1818 did It hrrive sooner in the year In that year it came on March 22 I Not until after the year 2000 will It come so early again BUILDING CHURCHES Remarkable activity has been shown In the matter of erecting large and costly churches schools and charitable institutions during the year Just passed The dedications of the magnificent new Cathedrals at Wichita and Denver were the prin cipal features in a long list of great church functions Curing the year At least six new Cathedrals will beII finished during the coming year contemplated moreactive Crookston and iBellovllfe And in LEAVFOR COLLEGE Charles P McCjacken left this week for Little RQck Ark where he WiH live with his uncle V L Spald lug Buetneee Manager of the South ern Guardian Young McCraekea who Is poplar aid JIu a wide circle of friend t here will eater Little 1 lock Collet at tke opening of the soead terra slit Vondr k7 teiTvjRobert New York accompanied by his wife Mrs Frank McGrath and sons and Mrs W Fay were visitors In Frank fort last week Mr and Mrs D J Gleeson will leave tbmorrow evening for Chicago for a weeks visit D J McNamara spent the past week in Frankfort visiting his mother and sisters Miss Anne Wlnn returned from Mexico last week and Is the guest of Miss Josephine Shelley I Miss Julia Corbett has returned from a holiday visit with Mr and I Mrs John Corbett at Frankfort I P H Ryan of Crestwood left t Tuesday to visit friends in Cincin nati Mt Sterling and Eminence Edward Breen left last week to spend the holidays visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Patrick Breen at Maysvllle Miss Helen C Gathof West Broadway is In Nashville the New Years guest of her cousin Ilss Helen Dowd I Miss Mayme Burns who was the holiday guest of her niece Mrs Joseph Neal has returned to her home at Midway I II1IIs9 Mayme Barrett of the High lands has returned from a most enjoyable visit with the Misses Foley at Pewee Valley Miss Nell Flannigan who has been the guest of her aunt Mrs Elbert Masden has returned to her home at Lebanon Junction Mr and Mrs John Lutkemeler spent the past week In Frankfort MrssWilliam C Lutkemefer I William B Doherty Jr who has been visiting his father left Satur day for a short stay in the East be fore returning to college Miss Minnie Murray who has been spending the holidays with relatives at Latonia will visit in Chicago be I fore returning to her home in cur I toni i Mr and Mrs Lawrence Donahue Third street has been entertaining as holiday guests Mr and Mrs Fred Donahue and daughter Cleo of Cov Ington Mrs William Farrar has returned to her home at Harriman Tenn after spending the holiday season here with her brother Philip Kelly Frankfort avenue Miss Eva Walter entertained with a theater party at Keiths New Years eve in honor of Al Hermann After theater luncheon was served at Miss Walters residence Albert M Herrmann will leave to morrow for Cleveland where llie will take a six months course In the Brewers Institute which will complete his Instruction I Mr and Mrs S Evorin South Louisville had as guests during theI holidays Mrs H P Cochran and children of Eastwood and MrsJohn Moran of Frankfortj Charles Kelly and wife who were holiday guests at the home of Philip Kelly left Monday for a visit to Gal- vestonI friends before returning to their home at Murval Texas I Miss Edith Wagner who is attending St Catherines Academy at Springfield has been spending the holiday vacation with her mother Mrs Wagner in South Louisville After a most happy holiday visit to her father Philip Kelly Frankfort avenue Mrs Harry T Esterle and little daughter Corinne Torpey left Monday night for their home at Little Rock Miss Josephine Tierney who has been spending the holidays with her parents Mr and Mrs MJ Tierney 1119 West Broadway will leave today for Loretto Academy to resume her studies IMrs Louts Hertel of Portland had as holiday guests her sisters Mrs W Dorney and Mrs Leslie Smith of Washington DO in whose honor there were a number of delightfulentertainments The Stork was a holiday visitor to the home of Mr and Mrs E T Godshaw 4707 South First street and left them a pretty little girl from Babyjand This explains the fathers apparent loss of Interest in real estate arid hlsVclose attention to home IThe Stork made an early visit Monday morning December 23 to Mr and Mrs Will Spink leaving an eight and onehalf pound baby girl who will bo christened Ellen Kath erlne Splpk Grandpa Sullivan de clares there is not a finer baby In tho land Miss glary G Ridge entertained with a 6 oclock dinner New Years day tn honor of Albert M Herrmann who leaves tomorrow for Cleveland Those present were Misses Mae Lowry Eva Walter Bessie Dona hue Mary Ridge Messrs P W Hager John Waechter Albert M Herrmann Coleman Martin William Ridge and Mr and Mrs IJ Ridge IMiss Margaret Coleman was hostess at a delightful party last Saturday afternoon at the residence of her parents Mr and Mrs John D Coleman West Chestnut street Covers were laid for the following Misses Altna Holland Elizabeth i Merideth North Williams Lavlnla Miller Allene Duttllnger Lucile t Wickam Eleanor Ham Mabel Hale La Vern TrlvHle Beatrice c Lytafttt Luelle Lywht Mary riorMM ftBU Louise ONeil Charlotte Mtv lli Vary Terry Smith F AllnoVConnor Elizabeth Heffernan Luclle Allen May Catherine Thomas Catherine Gararghty Marjory Geret Frances Gerst Veneta Shumate Marlon Lpran and Alice Davis TKIN1TY COUNCIL New Years Function Was Source of Greatest Pleasure TrinitCouncilq Monday night thb proceedings were spirited and the slato was swept t clean The Social Club Committee reported that forty members had1 been enlisted as members with John M Hennessy as President The report was received with applause This club will give its Initial dance at the club house next Thursday night New Years day the club house was thronged at the reception tendered the members and their friends and every one present voiced the praises of Trinity as n host Every feature on the pro gramme was carried out to the letter with not a dull moment during the three hours and when the hour for dispersing arrived everyone e seemed to sigh a regret that the happy affair was over The childret- were delighted with Santa Claus an the Christmas tree that was so abundantly loaded with toys for them The pool and pinochle tournaments were warmly contested and the vocal and other number- were artistically rendered and well1 received Taken altogether this has been a great week for Trinity Council JOHN H HENNESSY President Who Keeps Division 4 A O H In the Lead- JEFFERSONVILLE Under the auspices of the Young Ladles Sodality of St Augustine church Jeffersonville the Rev Maurce F OConnor formerly as sistant to Rev Father OConnell butI now stationed at St Marys of the Woods in Vlgo county will deliver a most Instructive and Interesting lecture In the church next Tuesday evening at8 oclock Father OCon nor is an able and eloquent pulpit orator and all who hear him wjll1 enjoy an intellectual treat The ad mission will be only twentyfive cents and the proceeds will be for the benefit of the new school As Father OConnor Is a member of Jef fersonvllle Council K of C a cor dial invitation Is extended all1 Knights in the Falls Cities to attend PROVE FATAL The funeral of John J Conniff who died from the results of injuriesi received last November when he wasi run over in the South Louisville e yards was held Monday morning from St Louis Bertrands church Deceased was thirtythree years old and for the past twelve years ha l been a freight conductor on the Louisville Henderson St Louisi railroad He was a son of the late M J Conniff well known as a rail road contractor His mother Mrs Adela Conniff two brothers Harry P and W M Conniff and three sisters Mrs Ethel Elliott and MissesI Margaret and Nell Conniff survive him CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Next Friday nlphtI the Contra Committee of the Catholic Knight of America will meet in regular session at SL Marys Hall Eighth an Grayson Besides the usual bust ness the Installation of officers for the new year and the announcement of committees by President John Schalda will add much Interest andI therefore It Is urged that all1 branches bb fully represented The Entertainment Committee has ar ranged for refreshments and a social hour to which all Catholic Knights are cordially Invited I MADE DEPUTY CLERK James Scanlon on Monday resigned as Assistant Inspector ot Weights and Measures to accept the position of Deputy Clerk of the Police Court tendered by ChlelI Clerk Harry C Neehan The vacant iwas caused by the resignation o William E Holly who contemplate- making I the race for Clerk of th Police Court D IL Russell who hasI been acting as Bailiff In the Polic- Court i was appointed to the place made vacant by Scanlons reslgna tint FORTY HOURS PRAYER The devotions of the Forty Hours prayer the first of the new year in Louisville will begin tomorrow moimlng at St Briglds church con cluding Tuesday This will be the last time these beautiful devotions will be held In the old church NIGHT FOll CHOIR I In appreciation of their services the Rev Father Edmund Kaiser I IeyenIteenthII entertain the members of the choir I I of that church It Peters has an1 exceptionally lisa choir and the auger will have a delightful night with Father Kaiw i it f I DISTRESSING End of Boys Contest For Possession of Air Rifle Another tragedy that brought sor row and gloom to a happy household occurred early New Years eve when Charles Finegan fifteen years old accidentally shot and almost in stantly killed his twelveyearold brother Hugh Finegan at the homed of their parents 533 Zane street Tho boys were having a good natured contest for the possession of a Flobert rifle when It was accidentally discharged the bullet penetrating the younger boys heart Hugh fell to the floor mortally wounded and became unconscious at onto The unfortunate boy was still alive when the grlef stricken mother reacher his side but died before his father could be called from his work at the office of the Adams Express Company where he is Assistant Superintendent iFor the parents and almost heartbroken brother there is felt the deepest sympathy The funeral took place yes terday morning from St Louis Ber trands church MURDEROUSa Attack Made on Guard P StateaPrison Patrick J Mulkern of this city now a guard at the Frankfort Pen itentiary was seriously cul on the face and neck while trying to separate Leonard Isaacs and Bob Stevens two white convicts who were fighting Isaacs had a grudge against Stevens it is said and while they were at work In the shoe shop witnesses say rushed over and grabbed him shoving his head back while he slashed savagely across his throat with a knife Guard Mulkern hurried over to stop the fight when Isaacs turned on him and slashed him from the left eye down across the cheek and In the neck Ho grappled with Isaacs and kept him from doing any more cutting till J A Brown another guard came to the rescue and overpowered the convict Mulkerns wound was an ugly one but fortunately the knife reached no vital point Nine stitches had to be taken in the gash The wounded mAn was able to return to Louisville to remain at his home until he recovers sufflcienly to re sume his dules as guard WALNUT THEATER At the box office of the Walnut- street Theater seats ore now on sal for the engagement of Madame e Sherry the great comedy furoreI which comes hero almost direct from New York for an engagement of one week starting Sunday matinee Jan nary 5 and every Indication points ticcl a record breaking demand for the seats It Is really remarkable that local playgoers should have such ar opportunity to witness this delight- t ful production when it usually re quires one to two years for a of such magnitude to find Its was here from New York In the splendlc cast to appear here in Madam1 Sherry are the same principals the appeared hero only a few weeks age at top prices MEMORIAL I At the regular meeting of St Cecilias Conference of the St Vin cent de Paul Society last Sunday the members present adopted a memorial expressing most profound sorrow upon the demise of Amadee A Richy who had been a faithful and earnest worker in the cause of preIe Recktenwald and Dan Tompkins an engrossed copy of which was ordered sent the bereaved family SPECIAL MEETING The St Vincents Sewing Society will hold a special meeting at St Vincents Orphanage Payne street next Wednesday afternoon requesteto proteI M yearly reports Any ladles not mom thde I dial Invitation to Join this mot ex cellent societyILOTTOIThe members of the Entertain meat Committee of Division 1 A O H are doing excellent work for the dance and lotto party to be given at Heptasoph Hall Seventeenth and j 17JI ranged and many handsome prizes are promised Tickets are now being distributed PRIESTS ARE BETTER whoiagoswhooareIII theeI recovery at the Passlonlst Monastery on the Newburg road j NE V ALBANY During the forty hours devotional service that closed Tuesday night at St Marys church In New Albany more than 2000 persons received holy communion The Christmas collection of the congregation this season amounted to 380 REPLY FACETIOUS A teacher of the preparatory class In one of our city schools was giving ales90nfin sacred history recently followingqucstioaents driven out of Paradise rJlecausetheyNeedless to say the answer caused roars of laughter from the other puplli U New Years Greeting To My Friends I hereby announce myself a candidate for County Assessor subject to the a ction of the Democratic party I solicit your support Primary Aug 2 1913 A M EtaLER No Breakfast Complete WITHOUT Mulloys Special Coffee 1 Pound for 3Oo 2 Pounds for 55o 3 Pounds for SOc ell Grades Fresh Roasted Every Day JOHN M MULLOY ato xv IARKET STREET 1C8X0 7 KNIGHTS OF COLilBIlS Late News That Will Interest ElseE where Baltimore Knights bought Christ mas boxes for 1339 orphans I At Omaha the Knights havo or ganlzed a bowling league with six teams l The coming year holds promise to be most prosperous for the order In the Southern States tfReports from the District Depu ties indicate that the order is very prosperous in Connecticut candidates1frbe put through tomorrow at Denver The order has thus far paid 595420662 to the widows and dependants of Its deceased members I Holiday gayety and good cheer marked the Christmas entertainment given the congregation of the Church of the Good Shepherd by the Knights of Frankfort i Among the many good works done by the Knights the past year the distribution of proper reading mat ter at the minimum cost ranks near the head of the list I Newport Council entertained New Years eve with a reception and dance at the Fort Thomas Armory I McHale Council at Englewood Ill Is planning a 50000 clubhouse I Knights of Peabody Mass pre sented Rev Father John OHearn their former chaplain but now pas churchdchalice and blackthorn walking stick WILL SOON SHOW HERE Manager Shaw of the Walnut Theater announces the return In the near future of that popular play The Rosary with the same great cast and production that made It such a success at this cosy theater last year Duo notice will be givenI In this paper of the date etc CHAPEL A BEAUTY Painters and decorators are engaged In repainting and renovating the St Thomas Orphanage chapel at Preston Park New pews are also being Installed and when the work is completed the chapel will present a beautiful appearance AGAIN IN COURT Thomas OConnell the popular land accommodating Deputy Clerk of the Police Court was warmly greeted Tuesday when he made his appearance at the City Hall Clerk OConnell has been suffering from stomach trouble and for ten weeks was unable to leave his home APPOINTED ORGANIST Mrs Alice Layton who Is an ac complished musician has been ap pointed organist at St Marys church New Albany succeeding Prof M Merle who recently red signed because of age after a serv- Ice of many years- CROKER TfOT COMING There was sorrow In New York Democratic circles when It was learned that Richard Croker former Tammany leader who has been In the habit of making two visits every tk1 Blaee he began to feel the rigors and the dampness of an Irish winter will not be seen ia his old quarters tliieIOJlAccordIDI to a letter n a nnnnnnn t Now I EverythingI I Goes o In our great tearing down and rebuildingsale Cut Prices On all- Clothing FurnishingsHats Shoes LEVYSTHIRD Biggest thing ever pulled off in Louisville WALNUT ST THEATER Starting Sunday Matinee Jan 5 EXTRAORDINARY ATTRACTION MADAME SHERRY HIGH CLASS CAST Including Reine Davies Betty Barnell Ida May James Darling Fred Frear Joe Marba Cyril Rikar and others Tuesday Thursday Saturday Mat nees 2Sc- Nights and Sunday Matinee 25c 35c SOc FURCAPS TWO STORES F 228 W MARKET STREET 434 W MARKET STREET received by Andrew Freedman the former Tammany chieftain will sol make his annual visit to this country this year but will go to the Canary Islands and remain there until theweather again becoiaea pleasant 1n Ireland 3 r hL tji jjf yi vV r w i i ENTUO Y AMERIOANa BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT is ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield fo I D1 DOUGHERTY S J MCELLIOTT DOUGHfiRTY McELLIOTT 9 e Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL 30CA8IONS All Celle Aniwirid Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARSET STREET I H Gran W0 Smiths Son i AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET J O TELEPHONE 810 I i1M7 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 IIeJSONSoFUNERAL DIRECTORScAND EMBALMERS SSS East MIIYl Streetn I THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer 1 TELEPHONE CITY 365 1 Allcalls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for alloccasions 1225 WEST MARKET STREETIl IT DOESNT PAYT- oargue against QUALITY Get the BEST in the start and be satisfied in the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER MANUFACTURED BYfENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated ut and River Both Phones 2947 Also operating Rooster Wall Platter Plant uoulivlllc Ky JeffenonviUe Ind Phone 655 J HBOSSESON Funeral Directors and Embalmers 610 IM3JJHCR AVENueTelephone 10- 22BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- Heleotrope I Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 HENRY HIINOLD DKAIR1N Sfapli and Fancy Gracerb s A FIRSTCUSS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty 1tesle Plisse 4980 524 W WALNUTR IERRM ANN BROS T y IMPORTKM PINE WINES AND LIQUORSI Distillers and Wholesale Deaf KeatackyI n o PearlI oil Nelson MOTTLED IN BOND T11IU 114 HXTH STRUT O on = r FIRST CL- ASSCOAL f Fay Row White the Price Xa rowlLarge Clean Coal Fregfc l The Hones Dally 63b1TAEWATETBADEWATEB KTJT A1TD BLACK B225 8435JELLICO841bT8AIG8T I STBAIOKT CBEEK HUT ADLACE 83oo All Per Tone of 2000 SOHBO BEJSEMBEB WE GIVE YOU THE OBEEN TBADXHEt STAMPS FRANKEL COAL GO1 Ii EIGHTH AND ZANE Horn Phone City 3610 Cumberland Phone South 1048 Y Qlv your boys all flmctttlon that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 118 W Broadway boalirliu Zy Conducted by the Xaverlon Brothem Classical Bclentlflo and Business LargeSwimmingslum Term Moderate Bro James Dr Ce Be THOMPSON ELORI8tr-I i ONLY ONE STORE I SpecialtyFloral 533 FOURTH JLTENUID Hetk Cetepkenee 18- NiAM ilrderc receive prempt attMtfep aadaatlstactloaa raareateed 0 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes theHibernianchester N H Monday night Division 3 will install its officers and a good time awaits all who attend Everybody is invited to the homecoming of Division 1 at Falls City Hall next Tuesday night The Ladies Auxiliary at Pueblo Col are giving a series of dances the proceeds of which go to swell1 their entertainment fund Monday night there will be a gen eral meeting of Omaha Hibernians for the purpose of celebrating the anniversary of the Night o the Dig WindThe County Board degree team inJ itiated thirty candidates last week for Ladles Auxiliary 10 of St Paul After the ceremony a banquet was servedDivision 1 has arranged for elaborate installation ceremonies Tues day night Special notices have been sent out calling upon members to beI presentOfficers and members of Division 2 are being congratulated upon the selection of their new quarters This division Is now located In a fertile field and should soon become as strong as any In the city The Milwaukee division has re ceived letters from the King o Bulgaria and the King of Servia tlfanklng the members for the message congratulating the powers on their success against th TurksAt the last meeting of Division 6 of Providence RI County President Carr on behalf of the Hiber nians of the city presented State President Patrick J Finneran with- a handsome solid gold emblem Of the order Congratulations are tendered the ladies auxiliaries and the six divis ions of the Falls Cities on their success during the year Just ended May the same be Increased Immeas urably In 1913 and their ranks be doubly swelled Division 1 of Jeffersonville gave its annual ball Tuesday night and scored another pronounced success Being the only public New Years eve entertainment in that city It was largely attended by the best people of Jeffersonvlllo and vicinity National Director McGInnis of has succeeded in organiz- Ing three juvenile divisions in Schuylkill county the smallest con sixty and the largest eighty ine members Three others are In process of formation In the same countyDuring tho short time he has been Juvenile organizer former National Secretary McGInnis has Instituted welve new divisions In Pennsylvania A twelvepound turkey was the prize for attendance the meeting of Division 2 before Christmas in SyracuseMembers are cautioned not to forget the lotto and dance party to be given by Division 1 at Heptasoph Hall Seventeenth and Main on Friday January 17 President Tarpey and his committee promise a lively evening and some very handsome prizes One of the scholarships established by the Ladles Auxiliary at Trinity College Washington Is now available Prospective candidates can secure all necessary information concerning the examination from the National President Mrs Ellen Ryan Jolly Pawtucket R I- KNIGHTED Edward Feeney of New York President of the American Federation of Catholic Societies has been made a Knight of St Gregory by Pope Plus X The official noti fication of the honor was brought from Rome last week by Bishop Kennedy rector of the American College who is at present visiting friends in Philadelphia HEADS HIS ORDER Brother Maurice for a year Di rector of St Vincent Academy at Mobile Ala has been appointed Provincial of the BrothCfB of th Sacred Heart for the United States succeeding Brother Isidore who relieves Brother Maurice at St Vincent The headquarters of the new Provincial will be In New Jersey ANOTHER NOTABLE CONVERT IMiss Katrlna PageBrown daugh Mrs Arthur PageBrown the grandIdauJhterI rryor has been received Into the Catholic church COVINGTON After their bridal trip In the East Miss Edna May Newhall and Joseph Craven who were married last week by Vicar General Brossart In St Marys Cathedral will reside in Cov ington where the young couple are very popular FAMOUS CATHEDRAL SINKING The famous Cathedral of Strass burg Is sinking Architects from the capital of Alsace report that th great edifice with Its celebrated clockwork shows serious tears and cracks along the northern pillar When the Cathedral was built In 1298 walls were erected upon the old Roman foundations which rested upon a layer of earth that was not stamped down In some places itI has Just been discovered the founda tions have sunk nearly ten inches 1 SEES POPE PIUS Mrs John R Drexel and Miss i Alice Drexel were recently received In private audience by the Pope Mrs Drexel had not applied for a special i private audience Hshe merely wished to ere the Holy Father Ac cordingly the family was received in the email throne room herethes Pope waailYlnu an audience toome Preulelsaue pilgrim Tfep Holjr Rather mt his audience Almost on d d All the late and new Styles aadShap pricesCall i MONUMENTS Having purchased the entire stock of Monuments of the late I Muldoon Monument Company we are ina position to offer the same to parties wishing to 1m prove their cemetery lots at very low prices Give us a Call at our ware rooms 318320 West Green St New Muldoon Monument Go terms of equality nnd when theI Americans retired all were smiling I IDAY BY DAYIII blinderf Let me be a little kinder I me Let me praise a little more wearyJustcheeryLetThose that I am striving for i Let me be a little braver When temptation bids me bdLet Let me strive a little waverII With the brother that is weaker I neighborAnd i Let me be a little sweeterII Make my life a bit completerII By doing what I should do dayLetdisdainingLetWhen Death beckons me Detroit FreeawayII 1C OF CII ashlngton Temple Will iI Be One of Best EverI Erected I I To provide the sinews with which to build a greater Knights of Columbus home In Washington the members of the order In that cit are planning for a big klrmess to open in their present temple on Bias ter Monday night and continue fog two weeks It Is contemplated tha the function will be the most ambitious entertainment ever attempte by the Knights of Columbus in th national capitalI Tho respectlv committeemen aro brimful of en thuslssm over the affair for the Knights of Columbus are said to hav long felt the need of more com modlous quarters in order that the members of the order may have the benefit of a greater diversity of clut features in a building suitable to accommodate largo assemblies of men a large auditorium and bowling al lays blliard rooms library and re ception rooms The present temple which was formerly used as a Baptls church comprises two good sized I halls and here the springtime klr mess will be staged DrT Roziei Biggs the Chairman of the Executive Committee for the klrmess has been surrounded with an active body o committeemen and the work o preparation is on in earnest Durlnf the ceremonies attending the unveil- Ing of the Columbus statue on Junt 8 last the Washington Knights 0II Columbus realize then the need more commodious quarters and thi will most likely develop Into one 01 the best buildings for the order 1 the world I eFOIL WOMANS EYEII The one sided effect Is almost a much liked as ever on eveijlng I I gownsIt quite the fashion to wear waistcoat the belted velvet coats so much liked Long white suede gloves are com I ing into favor with French women for evening wear Small black hats of breltschwanz have a single aigrette rising up from- a dazzling stone A certain black crepe leather Is a favorite for mourning bags or even the ordinary handbag Petticoats to wear with evening frocks are frequently of white crepeI de chine with lace ruffles I ISome of the newest tailored suits have silk braiding In two colors blue and scarlet for Instance The preftont position of the aigrette or paradise on the hat Is i distinctly upright In the very front I Another way of trimming the small toque Is with long loop bow- e standing stiffly out toward one side I I anIe often seen n tlons are so much In favor this year Hemstitching and buttons 11 pearls are the usual ornaments 0 the fashionable white crepe do chine shirtwaist i FERNS Properly managed there are to1 window plants that give greate satisfaction than well chosen fernsI The Boston fern Is a variety of sword torn that Is robust aQulck graceful grower and very durable will stand changes of temperatur e and alto gas which more delicate ferns will not doThII tern la a I fountainI of foliage the fronds Aurv ins over from the center of growth dark green in soloi Three ironic areI and sometllxes refU1J a J taltlaof threefeet- i t i I IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The death of Miss Sarah Cannon of Westport is much regretted The Westport Gaelic classes are isugreat headway in the dls trict Three weeks ago a bunch of primroses In full bloom was plucked otAnnascaul theGranardpleted and the building Is now a credit to the town ITames Smith of Ballleborough Secretaryiship ance Benefit Society theNavanreelectedPresidentKate Mulcahy who was discharged from onNovembera well near Kllmacthomas Messrs John Sheehan of Methel BallynealehavePeace for Carrlckbeg Petty Sessions district Michael Rice of Lower Faughart OttlcerIcandidates subje McKenna Dunleer has been dis posed of to Mrs Commons at the rate of 260 per acre The body of Eugene McCarthy a recoveredfromDeceased had been missing for two days There is no suspicion of foul Play Father Charles Boyce who re chargeioflabeaUtlfmotor bicycle James McGarry of Glenavy who has passed away In his eightysixth year was a member of one of the oldest and most Influential families linenICapra near Carrickmacross of Bernard Fee acentenarian who had reached the extraordinary age of 110 years The old man resided in andiof the Kernan family- The golden jubilee has Just been celebrated of Rev Mother Mary Agnes OHalloran founder and Superloress of the Convent of Mercy at Bessbrook The Pope sent his blessing to Mother Agnes who re ceived cordial congratulations from many clerical and lay friends tookplaceinMallow Station when a number orII railway men who were engaged cut ting a large tree that grew beside a holy well discovered In the heart of the tree a well defined crucifix The Incident has aroused a great deal of interest in the neighborhood Ballidine House the home of Messrs Frank and John Mandevllle beautifully situated by the Sulr on the Tipperary side was bought by J F Quirke CarrlckonSuir for 10500 in trust for W Wallace a wealthy Australian mine owner and a native of Grangemockler County Tipperary One hundred and eighty six acres of land were sold with the house CARDINAL INVITED In his own name and that of the Ancient Order of Hibernians the Most Ron Archbishop Messmer has Invited Cardinal OConnell of Bos ton to deliver the oration at the banquet of the Irish Societies of Milwaukee next St Patricks day 1nEADY NEXT MONTH The new nickel withan artistic Indian head the face will be In expectsn tions of the Treasury Department by February 1 Secretary McVeagh has definitely accepted the design sMARSE HENRY CourierJournalaand the Minneapolis EveningJournal think that the Hay Paunceforte treaty has been violated by tho United States Senate Nobody cares I anyIthings have been expected from our local contemporary Irish Standard I Minneapolis YOUNG MAYOR I William H Henchey Mayorelect of Woburn Mass has the distinction lot being the youngest man In tho State to hold such a nof fice He is a member of St Charles parish and a IIK of C Mr Henchey was born In Woburnon September 20 1884 HUSH COAST CLIFFS I e thesI United Kingdom Is on the coast of I the County Donegal at the north west of Ireland facing the Atlantic I where the variety and grandeur of the cliffs are most thrilling and Im ottGlen Columbkllle Is a superb duction to Donegals coast splendors In less than Ijalf a mile from the sea the mountain rears Its height ot nearly 2000 feet In the island of Achlll off the west coast of Ireland the cliffs of Croghan at Achl Head rise sheer from the water 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the home com plate om posy payment WIH CALLAMIIANMgr Sam lift r I 7 q VI Ti W c IENTUOKY BIZ S 2 JlaYxl3awlICA1 IH For Your Furniture Wants- II WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENE I 425 t 427 and 429 East NNNNtA Market Street J I WEDDING GIFTS FO- RJANUARY BRIDES D We have a Urge and comprehensive assortment of beautiful pieces In Solid Silver and Sheffield Plate embracing Tableware of many designs Candelabra Silver Service etc K ofC EmblemsI- n plni charms buttons Gold and silver novelties dia monds and other precious stones In beautiful settingsbSelect Now SE LEDMAN SON HIO West Market StfU You Can Rely on Ledman F KODflK SUPPLIES Every Requisite For Amateur and Professional Photographers PhDlographic Developing and Printing SOUVENIR POST CARDS PICTURE FRAMIHOII 321II ju eJ JViWlt lafrinnI Loufnml I THERE IS A REASON FOR Tl The great popularity and demand for the celebrated QUICK WEAL GAS RANGE is due entirely to its great effici ency durability and great saving quality Sold on easy payments and connected fre- eGEHER SON 215 Market St near Second A A 1 1LaStO I Imm f That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear Interest COMPOUNDED Itwice a year There MAY COME a time when yow LAST DOLLAR must be spent for something you DO NEED The SAVING now of the dollars you are wasting might keep that hard time from ever coming v Ky Title Savings Bank and Trust Co Fifth and Court Place Open Daily Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p m u This Damp Cool Weather the Beginning of Winter BRINGS ON RHEUMATISM BUT A FEW DOSES OF Kamptollers RHEUMATIC Remedy Quickly Relieves It Sold by All Druggists Made by the KAMPFMUELLER MFG CO Louisville Ky Incorporated MJ1AHHOH P 1ANNON JR L J YEENEMAN PrMMgr VlwPrw and Tress Satreitry I Kentucky Vitrified Brick Co INCORPORATED MANUFACTURERS OF VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK For Streets and Roadways I Office 528 West Jafferson Strut Works acl Aye set 9112 a1tf4hb bII TELEPHONE 573 TEL HONE 122ff m + +4 +++ +c + + H t T CHAWK t DRJ iE Veterinary Infirmary 7137 I5SPUT SIC TENTH STR1OIDTT- slsr nuCsa1 21ls MastgM 0 WASHINGTON Gibbons Memorial unit Bctllci tion Will Take Place In April Erected to Gommcinurutc Doubt Tubllco of fin American- Cardinal Will Long Remain Monument Testimonial to CnthollcJ Education BUILDING IS MUST COMPLEX The Gibbons Memorial Hall o the grounds of the Catholic Unl verslty of America at Washingtor C is nearly completed and tho date of its dedication will be announced very soon being probably about the second week In April It was erected to commemorate the golden jubilee of Cardinal Gibbons ordination to the priesthood Jun I 30 1861 and the silver jubilee of his Cardinalate June 30 1886 Th- uilding Is midway between the mail entrance to the grounds and AJberi Hall and consists of a central tower and two wings running trott same In the directions east And wesl west wing of the basement itted 1Is up with all accommodation and conveniences for visiting athletic teams The wing running east contains a chapel complete In all its appointments and for the specie use of students and visitors The main hall occupies the heigh I of the first and second stories an 1 will be used for receptions recrea 1 Lion room for the students office etc On the side facing the campu i Is the main entrance reached by light of steps seventeen feet wld The vestibule Is enclosed by carve oak panelled screen work and leaded glass lights On the side of the hall opposite the main entrance is a large fireplace and Caen stone manU l twenty feet high of elaborate Gothic design In a part of the wall space on either side of it are two large twelvelight mullioned and trace ted windows filled In with specially df signed leaded Cathedral and Venetian glass work In the cents of each light and in glass decoration are twelve shields each containing an emblem of one of the apostles- In the center of the other two wall spaces or sides of hall are doubledoors leading Into the con rIdors of wings On either side of these doors are handsomely carve and traceried stalls with openwork canopies On the back panel of each stall division sixteen in number will be placed flat bronze tablets in the aflape of decorative shields and Inscribed with the names of thQ benefactors of this memorial build- Ing 1 il V The ceiling of the hall is richly coffered and moulded and from five of the main panellings will hang specially designed Gothlq electric light fixtures of fire gilt bronze portion of the walls above the top lines of stalls and canopies ove other ocpnlngs will be covered with Spanish leather of a character form- Ing a suitable background for decora live paintings One magnificent 011 painting has already been presented by the Hon John D Crlmmins a- New York The subject is the deal of Leo XII It was painted bIY de Wentworth and is of figIuresThe three upper stories of earl wing are arranged for students rooms and are fitted up with every modern convenience In the west wing are the administrators rooms and offices Above the main en trance is the inscription Gibbons Memorial Hall and in the oriel windows above Is a canopied nichi which will contain an heroic size statue of the Cardinal the bronze outside standard lights at the male entrance stoop and the hanging bracket lights over the entrances to wings are specially designed for this building and are the gift of M J Gibbons of Dayton Ohio It remains doubtful whether any churchman In any time pr county has through his crystal personality alone received the universal homage accorded Cardinal Gibbons in his later days The laying of the cor nerstone of the Gibbons Memorla Hall was a simple and Impressive ceremony Cardinal then Archbishop Farley In the course of hit notable address said If today the Catholic University stands forth before the world a thing of beauty and of fairest prom- Ise fairer and more prosperous than I1t any time In her hIstory no longer a source of painful anxiety not only I for Its future but for its very exist j ace It Is under God wholly due to ho indomitable labor of His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons Built from tho contributions of Catholics from all over the country he Memorial Hall will Ipng remain a monumental testimonial of the eager loye of the people of his gener itlon for Cardinal Gibbons MAOION COUNCIL Mackin Council met Monday and held only a short business sea sIon adjourning out of respect to Rev Father Brady announcement of whose death caused a pall of gloom The reception dance that was to be held New Years eve was called off and will be given In con eoyon with the athletic dance on January 16 Next Monday night the newly elected officers will be In tailed and a big meeting 1s looked EDEPLRE for HER DEATH J After a long IllneM which was orna with Chrlatlaa fortitude Miss Mary C Connlff only daughter o- fKraD4 Hr M J Connltt and sJs- tar ot J J Connlff answered deaths- smmouaearly Sunday morning at- tir home 1017 South Jaekwn re Lt MM Connlff wa4 a most- t I SOCIETY DIRECTORY AO IID- IVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall a run and Third Tuesda- yPresidentMartin J Cualck Vice President Charles J Inne gan Recording SecretaryAnthony J Tompkins Financial Secretary JOB E Farrell 1808 West Market TreasurerThomas P Lawler SergeantatArma Louis Roller Sentinel Henry McDermott DIVISION J first and third Wednesday Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Wt nut street- sPresidentCan J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Treasurer James Welsh Recording Secretary Daniel OKeefeFinancial SecretaryJohn- Keaney 1607 Dumesnll Sergeant at ArnsiJ Charl ObatSentinelEdward Breanan DIVISION I Mean What and Third Monday Ilneteenth and Portland Pres dentughHourlgan Vice President J M Maloney Recording Secretary Thoa stev ens + Financial SecretaryJohn C Hesslon 1710 Baird iTreasurerDJ Dougherty SergeantatArma Jinies Steven SentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Honda Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H HenneMy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J Bar ry IFlnancialsecretaryTbomaa J Langan 807 West Oak Treasurer Thomas Downey SergeanVatArmi John Coleman Sentinel it J McDermott dY Ad X MACKIN COUNCIL 206 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrank G Adams First Vice PresidentA C Llnl Second Vice President Wllllai l Rlhn Financial Secretary Wm Link Recording Secretary Robert as borne Corresponding rSecretaryGearS- imonia I J TreasurerRobert T Burke MarshalFred8ch uler Inside Sentinel Peter Andriot Outsldo ScnUnn Joseph Higglni lovable young lady ber love and de votion for her parents and broth r predominating Kindly cared for 1bY1 tender hands during her tiresome illness she never gave way to 1m patience never complained but with perfect confddacoeth Tier Heaven Father was satisfied that Itt walihlS will The funeral was held Tuesday morning at St Pauls church Rev Father York officiating Many friends attended to pay tribute Ito lone who was loved by all JURY TRIAL To Settle Recent Huntln Trip Mystery of Local hNlmrods Apropos of a story in these columns recently of a hunting trip o Squire Leonard Edward Brenne and George Larkin in which one c f the trio shot and killed a dog think Ing it was a rabbit there has grown a widespread argument among tjiel different friends as to who realty killed tho dog each one of the re nowned hunters swearing It wasp t him and to clear up the myster their friends have selected a Judg and jury to sette this muqh moot question buy have beenllamtl lcdppgi1 thus far in selecting a jury ad nian of those approached have alreafy formed an opinion the prepobder ance of which is against iBrenno and Larkin To further complicate matters the farmer in the pas states that he had a calf killed but does not pointedly accuse these rab bit hunters At the trial Larkin will be represented by D J Gleeson and AP Weler while Ai Martin and George Boardman will act as counsel for Brenner S P Owen will represent the Common wealth and the jury selected thus far consists ot Fred Stengel Newt n Selbert A D Gregg Dan J Hen nessy James Burke Herman Ded lens John Oeiken and Tom Barry BASEBALL Amateur baseball In Louisville a was given great encouragQmenl t Saturday night at the banquet ol tho Amateur Baseball Federation al the Watterson Hotel Several hun ired players and their friends were present all tho leagues being fullY represented President Reichert was a happy toastmaster and all the speakers expressed full sympathyY With the movement and pledged the federation their hearty support 1tMaJor John H Leathers Park Com missioners LevY and dossott Secre ary Edward Wolf Manager William Teal C O Ewing William M Hig IJns John J McCloskey President inebelkamp John Saunders Jacob Slnsmelster Robert Dundon Capt Briggs John W Flood and others commended the players on their ecord for the past year and assured them more diamonds and hearty upport for the coming season JcPJSnrrION IMPROVING Anthony a well known ItlMa otNepr Albany who has keen offering iron the effects oft llght trok Of paralysis In reported t4adlly Improving at his home 419 a7tFIfth t reetUnle W there is t uafortunat change hap attend nU expect him to soon be able to rain MOUtt- a t CHIDWICK I Famous Naval Chaplain Ccl brutes Silver Jubilee of His = Ordination Cardinal and Fellow PrIests AsslHt at the High Mass I High Tribute From Secretary of the Navy and Capt SIgsbcc NOW PRESIDENT OFI DUPOODI The Rev Father John P Chi wick President of St Joseph Seminary at Dunwoodle near Yonkers N Y and eight other clergymen of the diocese of New York all classmates at the old sen inary when it was located at Troy celebrated the completion of twent five years of work in the Cathol church Just before the Christmas holidays The priests refused to bave any public celebration but masses were held In honor of Father Chidwicks silver anniversary there was a high mass in the little chap connected with the seminary at 930 oclock in the morning which was attended by Cardinal Farley and the Cardinals secretary Father Carrot Afterward there was a luncheon at the seminary Fattier Chldwlck who was Chap lain of the battleship Maine when she was sunk In Havana harbor Is the most widely known today ot the men who wero graduated Into the priesthood at the seminary in 1887I Next in prominence perhaps is the Rev William Livingston rector ofr St Gabriel church on Tlilrtyse1 enth street near Second avenue wbo Is known as the poet laureate of the dioceseAlthough Father Chldwick ho dI gained some prominenqe in the church before he was appointed a Chaplain of the navy in March 1895 the third priest of the Catholic church to bo selected to that post It- l was because of his devoted andi heroic services when the Maine was blown up that his name became known all over the world He was one of the last to leave the ship andt then worked tirelessly tendering Ito the spiritual needs of the dying andI seriously wounded who were taken ashore With characteristic modesty he refused to talk about this experience or his other work in the church when seen by reporters o nI the day of his anniversary celebn Lion Of the hundreds of letters from prominent men following theI tragedy Father Chid wick saved but two one from Capt Slgsbee to JohnI D Long Secretary of the Navy Ilndi a letter from Secretary Long whir1 he received The latter reads April 91898To Chaplain Job P Chldwlck US N on board Cli clnnatlMy Dear Chaplain The de partment Is In receipt of a lette from Capt Slgsbee dated yesterda calling attention to the manner 1iIn which you performed the dutiesI which devolved upon you in conned ion with the disaster to the Maine In transmitting to you a copy of this letter I can not refrain speaking for the department and myself from adding this further expression commendation Your heroic devotion to duty your tender sympathy with the suffering your care for thl lead your fearless fidelity to your post mark you as a true servant off the Master You have set an exan pIe for the emulation of every Chai lain of the navy and are entitled to tbe gratitude of the department and 1of every American citizen With great esteem I am sincerely yours SecretaryYDuring the war with Spain Chldwlck was Chaplain of the battle hip Cincinnati and was present ate the blockades of Cuba and Port 1RIlo Later he was assigned to the Washington Navy Yard and then to the New York Navy Yard and was with the battleship New York on the cruise to the Far East Fathe Chid wick retired from the navy 1In 1903 with the rank of Commander HAD MANY FRIENDS The death of John Doolan last unday morning marked tho passing i tone of the best known and most opular young men of the Domlnlcai parish of which ho had been a folong resident and where he was known and loved by every resident Jack as he was called by all both young and old was noted for his kind and agreeable manner and ever knowingly wronged anyone in- his life and his death leaves a pang of sorrow In the hearts of many resent and former residents of imerlck who will miss his kindlY smite froth their ranks Besides his ffather and mother Mr and Mrs Mtartln Doolan he is survived by tbree sisters Mrs John J Toomey Mrs John C Dell and Miss Mary oolan The funeral took place from St Louis Bertrands church uesday morning at 830 with a jqulern mass for the repose of his soul INSTALLATIONS Beginning Thursday night last with the installation of officers of Division 2 A 0 H County Presl dent W J Connolly will install the officers of the other divisions at their first meetings ofxthe new year Next Monday evening ho will install the officers of Division 3 and on uesday evening will install at DI- vision 1hls lastl one to be at DIvis- ion 4 on Monday January 13 FEDERATION The regular monthly meeting aS- the Catholic Federation will he held next Thursday night at tho Catholic romans Club Business of interestll- ovlll conie before tke bodr also toe annual reports and theitefbretheof fleers Ball upon all delegates to be- eastIn 1 OTJ- RJANUARY iI CLEARANCE 1BEGINS MONDAY- susual it will be conducted in the tic Bacon way meaning that it will be a characterisiifide clearance in which every represented COMEMO- NEY WILL BE MIGHTY Winter goods and winter wearing apparel for ireducedj DONT FAIL TO COME i jcDN5ORPOAATE Ii eNSs HS1066HNM A A VflM 16 eN fNNNNA e eNNNNtNiHfNHN FOR GOODNESS SAKE I3 r- MOTIIERSBREAD Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in the South NNNNNNANe Me6Ntl SPECIAL OFFER For a limited period the Kentucky Irish paidrsubscription either new or old a copy of C A Windles interesting pamphlet Is the Catholic Church the Deadliest fJ rr Menace to Our Liberties and Civilization f PtThewriter is a nonCatholic and Editor of the i famous publication Braun s Iconoclast Don t l fail to take advantage of this offer JAs J NAUGHTON JOS N HIGGINS CHAS E NAUGHTON Naughtons Pharmacy Prescriptions Filled By Registered Pharmacists Only Telephone Us and We Send For 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of many designs Candelabra Silver Service etc K ofC Emblems In pins charms buttons Gold and sliver novelties dia monds and other precious stones in beautiful settings Select Now i S E LEDJVLAN SON 410 West Market St You Can Rely on Le man G i KODflK SUPPLIESEv- ery Requisite For Amateur and Professional Photographers PhDlographic Developing and Printing SOUVENIR POST CARDS PICTURE FRAMING 941- psst un Jejferanf Lounlns I THERE sA REASON FOR IT The great popularity and for the celebrated QUICK dcmandii GAS RANGE is due entirely to its great effici ency durability and great saving quality Sold on easy payments and connected fre- eGEHER SON 215 Market St near Second 166FNie i 1The5Las Dollarl j j That you spent for something you did not NEED would have started a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear interest COMPOUNDED I i twice a year There MAY COME a time when your LAST DOLLAR must be spent for somethiag you DO NEED The SAVING now of the dollars you are wasting might keep that hard time from ever coming Ky Title Savings Bank and Trust Co Fifth and Court place IOpen Daily Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p m + II n This Damp Cool Weather the Beginning of Winter BRINGS ON RHEUMATISM f BUT A FEW DOSES OF Kampfmuellers RHEUMATIC RemedjI Quickly Relieves It Sold by All Druggists Made by the KAMPFMUELLER MFG CO Louisville Ky Incorporated MJIANNON P BAHNOH JR L J VEENEKAM II Prsa da Mgr VlwPrw and Treas StweUry I Kentucky Vitrified Brick Co INCORPORATED MANUFACTURERS OF VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK II For Streets and Roadways Office 528 West J3fferson Street Weras MacI Aye set 9th aail rth- n II TELEPHONE 373 TELEPHONE I292t + + tttuS 10 t DRJ T CHAWK 3 l VeterinZryi lInfirmary 713T15 SpfjTH SfflVlBNaH STRIDE TelsjiweuCoati j 2ih iMerpk23 WASHINGTONGlbbous tion Will Take Place In Air11 Erected to Commemorate Double Jubilee of hn Americanf Cardinal Will Long Itcmaiu Monumental Testimonial to Catholic- Educatlou BUILDING IS MOST COMPLETE The Gibbons Memorial Hall on the grounds of the Catholic Unl verslty of America at Washington D C is nearly completed and 1 the date of its dedication will be ian nounced very soon being probably about the second week In April It was erected to commemqrate Ithe golden jubilee of Cardinal Gibbons ordination to the priesthood June 30 1861 and the silver Jubilee of his Cardinalate June 30 1886 Thee building Is midway between the mll1n entranco to the grounds and Albert Hall and consists of a central tower and two wings running from same In the directions east andxwest The west wing of the basement is fitted up with all accommodations and conveniences for visiting athletic teams The wing running east contains a chapel complete In all its appointments and for the special use of students and visitors The main hall occupies the height I of the first and second stories and- will be used for receptions recrea ion room for the students offices etc On the aide facing the campu Is the main entrance reached by a flight of steps seventeen feet wide The vestibule is enclosed by carved oak panelled screen work and leaded glass lights On the side of the hall opposite the main entrance Is Ii llrge fireplace and Caen stone mantel twenty feet high of elaborate Gothic design In a part of the wall space on either side of it are two large twelvelight mullioned and traced L windows tilled In with specially ide signed leaded Cathedral andI Venetian glass work 1n the center of each light and in glass decorationt are twelve shields each containing an emblem of one of the apostles In the center of the other two wall spaces or sides of hall are doubledoors leading into the cor ridors of wings On either side of these doors are handsomely carved and traceried stalls with openwork canopies On the back panel of each stall division sixteen in number will be placed flat bronze tablets in the shape of decorative shields and inscribed with the names of the lbenefactors of this memorial buIld- Ing The ceiling of the hall is richly coffered and moulded and frpm tlVo of the main panellings will hang specially designed Gothic electric light fixtures of fire gilt bronze That portion of the walls above the top lines of stalls and canopies over other oepnings will be covered with Spanish leather of a character form- Ing for decorative a suitable background paintings One magnificent ioil painting has already been presented by the Hon John D Crlmmlns of New York The subject Is the death of Leo XII It was painted by Wentworth and is of figIuresThe three upper stories of each wing are arranged for students rooms and are fitted up with every modern convenience In the west wing are the administrators rooms and offices Above the main entrance i is the inscription Gibbons Memorial Hall and In the oriel windows above is ii canopied niche which will contain an heroici size statue of the Cardinal the bronze outside standard lights at the ma entrance stoop and the hanging bracket lights over the entrances to wings are specially design d for this building and are the gift of M J Gibbons of Dayton Ohio It remains doubtful whether any churchman In any time pr country has through his crystal personalitY- alone received the universal homage accorded Cardinal Gibbons In his later days The laying of the cor of the GIbbons Memotla uttaivuu Hall was a simple and Impressive ceremony Cardinal then Archbishop Farley In the course of his notablo address said If today the Catholic University stands forth before the world a thing of beauty and of fairest prom tVtflM Ise fairer and more prosperous at any time in her history no longer a source of painful anxiety not only I for its future but for Its very existence It Is under God whollY due ttt0 the indomitable labor of His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons Built from tho contributions of Catholics from all over the country the Memorial Hall will long remain a monumental testimonial of thel eager loye of the people of his gener ation for Cardinal Gibbons MACION COUNCIL I Mackin Council met Monday night land held only a short business ses adjourning out of Tespectto- Rev IIIBUU Father Brady announcement lot whose death caused a pall oft gloom The reception dance that t was to be held New Years eve was called off and will be given in con soon with the athletic dance on January 16 Next Monday night the DOwly elected omcars will be in- stalledI for and a big meeting is looked tDEPLORE HER DEATH After a long lllnws which was borne with ChrUtlaa fortitude Misss Mary C Conniff only daughter of Mr sad Mrs M J Conniff and BS tr of J Ji Con lgj answered deaths wuamoM early Sunday morning at 1078outk JaektonlJwr home t Wet KIM Connltt was a moat r I SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 1FMeets at Falls City Hall en First and Third Tuesday PresidentMartin J Cuatck Vice President Charles J Flnne gan Recording SecretaryAnthony J Tompkins Financial Secretary JOB E Farr- eU 1808 West Market TreasurerThomas P Lawle- rSergoatatArmsLouts Roller SentinelHenTYMcDeruott DIVISION heats first and third Wednesdays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Wal nut street- sPresidentCon J Ford Vice President J J Sullivan Treasurer James Welsh Recording Secretary Daniel J OKeefe Financial SecretaryJohnI- eaney 3 1607 Dumesnll- SOrgMut at ArnliiJ Charles bstSentinelEdward Breanan DIVISION 8- Ueeu First and Third Mondays Ilnetoenth and Pot1ndP- resldeDtnughHourJgan Vice PresidentJ M MainlY Recording Secretary Thoa Stev Financial Secretary John G Hesslon 1710 Balrd TreasurerD J Dougherty Sergeant ATm Jahiea Sterens Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertraad Hall Sixth Street President John H Henneasy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording SecretaryJohn J BarI f7 1 Financial secretarylhomaaa- ngan J 807 West Oak Treasurer1h masDowne- ySergeantatArmsJ of1n Coleman Sentlnsl M J McDermott Y M x MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth PresidentFrank G Adams First Vice President A C LinkI Second Vice President William Rlhn Financial Secretary Wm Link Recording SecretaryRobert Os iorneCorrespondingSecretaryGear I Slmonls II- TreasurerRobert T Burk- eMarshalFredSchular Inside Sentinel = Peter Andriot Outsldo SenUnw yoseph Hlggtns lovable young tadber love and ide- votion for her parents and brother predominating Kindly cared for bj tender hands during her tiresome linens she never gave way to Iim patience never complained but with perfect conf ldencolm her Heavenly rather was satisfiedf that It waVhljB will The funeral was held Tuesday morning at St Pauls church Revr Father York officiating Many friends attended to pay tribute to one who was loved by all JURY TRIAL To Settle Recent Hunting Trap Mystery of Local Nlmrods B I 1 1Apropos of a story In these col umns recently of a hunting trip of Squire Leonard Edward Brenner and George Larkin in which one of the trio shot and killed a dog thlnk Ing it was a rabbit there has grown a widespread argument among tjielr different friends as to who really killed the dog each one of the re nowned hunters swearing it wasnt him and to clear up the mystery their friends have selected a judge nand jury to setilo this much mooted Question b4 hive been handlQappQd thus far in selecting a jury ad nlapy of those approached have already formed an opinion the preponder ance of which Is against Brenner and Larkin To further complicate matters the farmer in the case states that he had a calf killed bi does not pointedly accuse these robIi bit hunters At the trial Larkin will be represented by D J Gleeson and AP Weler white Al Martin and George Boardman will act as counsel for Brenner S P Owen wilt represent the Commonwealth i and the jury selected thus far consists 6t Fred Stengel Newton Selbert A D Gregg Dan J Hen nessy James Burke Herman Ded1 dens John Oetken and Tom Barry I DAS nAIL i r Amateur baseball in Louisville was given great encouragement Saturday night at the banquet of tho Amateur Baseball Federation at the Watterson Hotel Several hun dred players and their friends were present all the leagues being fully represented President Botchers t a happy toastmaster and all the speakers expressed full sympathy with the movement and pledged the Federation their hearty support Major John H Leathers Park Com missioners Levy and flossott Seers tary Edward Wolf Manager William Neal C 0 Ewing William M Big gins John J McCloskey President Knebelkamp John Saunders Jacob Zlnsmelster Robert Dundon Capt Briggs John W Flood and others commended the players on their record for the past year and assuredd them more diamonds and hearty support for tho coming season 1 f CONDITION IMPROVING Anthony ifonahan a well knowi clUMii t Neer Albany whothai TIM n suffering from the effects of a sllgh1 strok of paralysis U reporterd 44117 tJllprov1Jfg at his home 419 tJIifthlttreetUnle there III M umfortttnafct change hlf attend amU wp ct hlipi to soya be able to again HOUtttt- r CHIDWICK f M amous Naval Chaplain Cele brates Silver Jubilee of Ills = Ordination Cardinal and Fellow Priests Assist at the High binsk I I High Tribute From Secretary of the Navy and Capt Sigsbcc NOW PRESIDENT OF DUNWOODIEl The Rev Father John P Chld wlck President of St Josephs leminarvat Dunwoodle near Yonkers N Y and eight other clergymen of the diocese of New York classmates at the old seminary when it was located at Troy celebrated the completion of twenty five years of work in the Catholic church just before the Christmas holidays The priests refused to have any public celebration but masses were held In honor of Father Chidwlcks silver anniversary there Iwas a high mass In the little chapel connected with the seminary at 930 oclock in the morning which was attended by Cardinal Farley and 1 the Cardinals secretary Father Carroll Afterward there was a luncheon at the seminary Father Chidwlck who was Chap lain of the battleship Maine when she was sunk in Havana harbor is he most widely known today of lthe mAlt who wero graduated into Ithe priesthood at the seminary in 1887 text in prominence perhaps isithe- Rev William Livingston rector of St Gabriel church on Thirtysev enth street near Second avenue who Is known as the poet laureate of the diocese Although Father Chid wick had- gained some promlnenqo in tthe hurch before he was appointed n Chaplain of the navy in March 1895 the third priest of the Catholic church to bo selected to that post it was because of his devoted and heroic services When the Maine was blown up that his name became known all over the world He was one of the last to leave the ship and then worked tirelessly tendering to the spiritual needs of the dying and erlously wounded who were taken ashore With characteristic modesty he refused to talk about this iex- perience or his other work in the church when seen by reporters on the day of his anniversary celebra ion Of the hundreds of letters from prominent men following the tragedy Father Chldwlck saved but two one from Capt Sigsbee to John D Long Secretary of the Navy and a letter from Secretary Long which he received Time latter reads April 91898To Chaplain John P Chldwlck US N on board Cin cinnati My Dear Chaplain The department is in receipt of a letter from Capt Sigsbee dated yesterday calling attention to the manner in which you performed the duties which devolved upon you In connection with the disaster to the Maine In transmitting to you a copy of this letter I can not refrain speaking for the department and myself from adding this further expression of commendation Your heroic devotion to duty your tender sympathy with the suffering your care for the dead your fearless fidelity to your post mark you as a true servant of the Master You have set an example for the emulation of every Chaplain of the navy and are entitled to the gratitude of the department andI ofr every American citizen With great esteem 1 am sincerely yours John D Long Secretary During the war with Spain Father hidwlck was Chaplain of the battle ship Cincinnati and was present at the blockades of Cuba and Porto Rico Later he was assigned to the Washington Navy Yard and then to the New York Navy Yard and was With the battleship New York on the cruise to the Far East Father Chtdwlck retired from the navy In 1903 with the rank of Commander ItHADlIANY FRIENDS The death of John Doolan last Sunday morning marked the passing of one of the best known and most popular young men of the Dominican pariah of which ho had been a lifelong resident and whore he was known and loved by every resident Jack as he was called by all 1both young and old was noted for his Idnd and agreeable manner and never knowingly wronged anyone In his life and his death leaves a pang of sorrow In the hearts of many present and former residents of Limerick who will 1lslfhlfl kindly smile from their Tanks Besides his father and mother Mr and Mrs Martin Doolan he Is survived by three sisters Mrs John J Toomey 11rs John C Dell and Miss Mary Doolan The funeral took pine from St Louis Bertrands church Tuesday morning 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