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Mon Memorial Hall Ielloti.
tlon Will Tnko I'Iim
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We have a large and comprehensive assortment of
beautiful pieces la Solid Silver aad Sheffield Plate,
embracing Tableware of many designs, Candelabra.
Silver Service, etc.
K. of C. Emblems
la pint, charm, buttons. Gold and silver ooveltles dia
monds and otber precious stones ia beautiful settings.
S. E. LEDMAN & SON,
410 West Market St.
" Yoa Cm Rtlv on Lednun. "
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BUILDING IS MOST COMPLETE
! THERE IS A REASON FOR IT
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The great popularity and demand
for the celebrated
ia due entirely to its great effici
ency, durability and great saving
quality. Sold on easy payments
and connected free.
GEHER & SON
215 Market St, near Second.
The Last Dollar
That yon spent for something yoa did not NEED would have started J$
SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank; to bear Interest COMPOUNDED M
twice year; There MAY COME a time wbea your "LAST DOLLAR" jjj
most be spent for something you DO NEED. The SAVING now of the M
dollars yoa are wasting might keep that "bard time" from ever coming, 5j
Ky. Title Savings Bank
and Trust Co.
Fifth and Court place.
Open Dally Until 3 p. m. Saturday Until 7 p. m.
This Damp, Cool Weather, the Beginning of Winter,
BRINGS ON RHEUMATISM
BUT A FEW DOSES OP . ,
Kampfmueller's RHEUMATIC Remedy
Quickly Relieves It. Sold by All Druggists.
Made by the KAMPFMUELLER MFG. CO.,Louisville, Ky.
M. J. IANH0N,
Pres. 4 Mgr.
P. IANN0N. JR..
Vlot-Prss. and Trias.
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Kentucky Vitrified Brick Co.
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OKici 528 West Jsiferssa Street
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UK. J. 1. CHAWK
L TUiluats-Cank. Wt. Hons, City 2399.
A. O. If.
Meets at Falls' City Hall en First
and Third Tuesday.
President Martin J. Cuslck.
Vice President Charles J. Flnne
gan. Recording Secretary Anthony 3.
Financial Secretary Jos. E. Far
rell, 1808 West Market.
Treasurer Thomas F. irewier.
8ergeant-at-Arms Louis Roller.
Sentinel Henry McDernott.
, DIVISION I.
tfeets first and third Wednesdays,
Odd Fellows Hall. 81xth and Wal
President Con 3. Ford.
Vice President J. J. Sullivan.
Treasurer James Welsh.
Recording Secretary Daniel 3
Financial Secretary John 3.
Keaney, 1(07 DumesnlL
Sergeant at Arms J. Charles
Sentinel Edward Brennan.
FamiMin Naval Clinplaln C'ele-brate-
Silver .Inbllee of Ills
O nil nation.
Meets First and Third Mondays,
line teen th and Portland.
President Hugh Honrlgan.
Vice President J. M. Maleaey.
Recording Secretary Tnoa. Stev
ens. Financial Secretary John Q.
Hesslon, 1716 Balrd.
Treasurer D. J. Dougherty.
Sergeant-at-Armi James Stevens,
Sentinel Thomas Noon.
Meets Second and Fourth Monday,
. Rertrand Hall, Sixth Street
President John H. Hennessy.
Vice President Thomas Lynch.
Recording Secretary John J. Bar-
ry. s .
Financial -secretary Thomas 3,
Langan, 807 West Oak.
Treasurer Thomas Downey.
Sergeant-at-Arms John Coleman,
Sentinel M. J McDermott
V. M. I.
MAC KIN COUNCIL, I OS.
Meets Monday Evenings at Club
House, 84 4 North Twenty-sixth.
President Frank 0. Adams.
First Vice President A. C. Link
Second Vice President William
Financial Secretary. Wm. Link,
Recording Secretary Robert Os
Corresponding '- Secretary George
Treasurer Robert T. Bnrke.
Marshal Fred Schuler.
Inside Sentinel Peter Andrlot.
Outside Sentinel Joseph Higglns
The Gibbons Memorial Hall, on
the grounds of the Catholic Uni
versity of America t Washington,
D. C, Is nearly completed, and the
date of Its dedication will be an
nounced 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, June
30, 1861, and the silver Jubilee of
his Cardlnalate, June 30, 1886. The
building Is midway between the main
entrance to the grounds' and Albert
Hall, and consists of a central
tower and two -wings running from
same, In the directions east and west.
The west wing of the basement is
fitted up with all accommodations
and conveniences for vlBltlng athletic
teams. The wing running east con
tains a chapel, complete in all its
appointments, and for the special
use of students and visitors.
The main hall occupies the height
of the first and second stories, and
will be used for receptions, recrea
tion room for the students, offices,
etc. On the side facing the campus
Is the main entrance, reached by a
flleht of stens seventeen feet wide.
The vestibule is enclosed by carved
oak panelled screen work and leaded
rliisB lierhta. On the side of the hall
opposite the main entrance is a large
fireplace and Caen stone mamei
twenty feet high, of elaborate Gothic
design. In a part of the wall space
nn either side of it are two large
twelve-light mullloned and traceried
windows, filled In with specially de
pirnort leaded Cathedral and
Venetian el a 88 work. In the center
nf each llnht and in glass decoration
are twelve shields, each containing
an emblem of one or the apostles
In the center of the other two
wn nonces or sides of hall are
dniihle-doora leading into the cor
rldors of wings. .On either side of
thoa 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 sflaDe of decorative shields and
Inscribed with the names of the
benefactors of this memorial build-
The celling of the hall is richly
coffered and moulded, and from
five of the main panellings will hang
sneciallT designed Gothiq electric
light fixtures of fire gilt bronze. That
portion of the walls shove tne top
lines of stalls and canopies over
other oepnlngs will be covered with
Bnanish leather of a character rorm
Ing a suitable background for decora
tive paintings. One magnmceni on
painting has already been presented
by the Hon. John D. Crlmmins, of
New York. The subject Is the death
of Leo XII. It was painted by
Marnulse de Wentworth. and is of
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particular inieresi in m.v i.B- Apropos of story In these col
The three upper stories of each umns recently of a hunting trip of
for students' Sauire Leonard. Edward Brenner
rooms and are fitted up with every and George Larkin, Jn which one of
modern convenience. In the west the trio snot ana aiuea a aog, mina
orinv th administrator's rooms lng it was a rabbit, there has grown
and offices. Above the main en- a widespread argument among their
mi u tha inBorlDtion "Gibbons different friends as to who really
Memorial Hall," and in the oriel killed the dog, each one of the re
windows above Is a canopied niche nowned hunters swearing it wasn't
which will contain an heroic size him, and to clear up the mystery
tutno f the Cardinal, the bronze their friends have selected a Judge
outside standard lights at the main and Jury to settle this much mooted
tnnn and the hanging Question, but have been handicapped
bracket lights over the entrances to thus fur in selecting a Jury, as many
wings are specially designed for this of those approached have already
building and are the gut oi m. j. lormea an omniou, me ipipuuuoi
aibbons' of Davton, Ohio. ance of which is agalnBt Brenner
it rpmains doubtful whether any and Larkin. To further complicate
..h.. ...km on in n timo. or country matters the farmer In the case
has, through his crystal personality states that he had a calf killed, but
alone received tne universal oms uui iuimoui
accorded Cardinal Glbbona in hla bit hunters. . At the trial Larkin
i.i.. ,, Tha lavinr nf tha cor- will be reoresented by D. J.
notina nf tha ftihbons Memorial Gleeson and A. P. Weler, while Al
un .imni. .ni ImnresBive Martin and George Boardman will
noromnnv Cardinal (then Arch- act as counsel for Brenner. -S. P,
bishop) Farley, in the course of his Owen -will represent the Common-
notable address said: weaun ana me jury milieu mu.
i rtv thA Catholic University far consists of Fred Stengel, Newton
f,-n. hfor the world a Seibert. A. D. Gregg. Dan J. Hen-
thing of beauty and of fairest prom- nessy, James Burke, Herman Ded
u fairer and more prosperous than dens. John Oetken and Tom Barry.
at any time In her history, no longer i
a source of painful anxiety not oniy u."vr.n.i.
for Its future but for its very exist-,
ence it is, under 5od, wholly due to Amateur baseball In Louisville
the indomitable labor of His Kmln- was given great encouragement
ence Cardinal Gibbons." Saturday night at the banquet or
Built from the contrlDutions oi the Amateur BaseDau federation i
r-nthnllra from all over the country, the Watterson Hotel. Several hun-
lovable young lady, her love and de
votion for her parents and brothar
predominating. Kindly cared for d
tender hands during her tiresome
illness, she never gave way to im
patience, never complained, but with
perfect confidence in her Heavenly
Father was satisfied that It was his
will. The funeral was held Tuesday
morning at St. Paul's church, Rev
Father York officiating. Many
friends attended to pay tribute to
one who was loved by all.
To Settle Recent Hunting
Trip Mystery of Local
the Memorial Hall will lpng remain ared players and their friends were
a monumental testimonial oi tne preswnt, all the leagues oeing luwy
eager love of the people of his gener- represented. President Relehert
atlon for Cardinal Gibbons. was a happy toastmaster, and all the
. speakers expressea run sympainy
MCKIX COUNCIL. - with the movement and pledged the
Federation their hearty support.
u,.vin rnnnell niBt Monday night Maior John H. Leathers, Park Com-
and held only a abort business ses- mlssioners Levy and Oossett, Secre
slon adjourning out of respect to tary Edward Wolf. Manager William
Kev r ather Urauy, announcement ieai, ;. u. cwiuk, .maui .
of whose death caused a pall ot (tins, John J. Mcuiossey, rresmeiu
gloom. The reception dauce that Knebelkamp, John Stumdors, Jacob
wan to be held New Year's eve was Zlnsmelster, Robert Dundon, Capt.
callod off, and will be given in con- UrlgK. John W. Flood and others
netlon with the athletlo dance on tommenuua ine vmyor vu iun
January 16. Next Monday night the record for the past year and assured
newly elected officers will be in- them more diamonds and hearty
Htallttd and a big meeting; is looked support for the coming season.
Di:iI.OKK HKIl 1K.TH.
CurriliiHl and Fellow Priests
AxNlMt at the High
HIrIi Tribute From Secretary of
the Navy and Capt.
NOW PRESIDENT Of DIMOODIE
The Rev. Father John P. Chld
wlck, President of St. Joseph's
Seminary at Dunwoodie, near
Yonkers, N. Y., and eight other
clergymen of the diocese of New
York, all classmates at the old sem
inary when It was located at Troy.
celebrated the completion of twenty-
nve years or work in the Catholic
church Just before the Christmas
holidays. The priests refused to have
any publlo celebration, but masses
were held. In honor of Father
Chtdwlck's sliver anniversary there
was a high mass In the little chapel
connected with the seminary at 9:30
o'clock in the morning, which was
attended by Cardinal Farley and the
Cardinal's secretary, Father Carroll.
Afterward there was a luncheon at
Father Chidwick, who was Chap
lain of the battleship Maine when
she was sunk in Havana harbor, is
the most widely known today of the
men who were graduated into the
priesthood at the seminary in 1887.
Next in prominence perhaps Is the
Rev. William Livingston, rector of
St. Gabriel's church on Tbirty-sev-enth
street, near Second avenue, who
Is known as the poet laureate of the
Although Father Chidwick had
gained some prominence in the
church before he was appointed a
Chaplain of the navy in March,
1895, the third priest of the Catholic
church to be selected to that post. It
was because of his devoted and
heroic services when the Maine was
blown np 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
seriously wounded who were taken
ashore. With characteristic modesty
he refused to talk about this ex
perience or his other work In the
church when seen by reporters on
the day of his anniversary celebra
tion. Of the hundreds of letters
from prominent men following the
tragedy, Father Chidwick saved but
two, one from Capt. Sigsbee to John
D. Long, Secretary of the Navy, and
a letter from Secretary Long, which
he received. The latter reads:
"April 9, 1898. To Chaplain John
P. Chidwick, U. S. N., on board Cin
cinnati. My Dear Chaplain:, The de
partment 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 connec
tion 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 ot
the Master. You have set an exam
pie for the emulation of every Chap
lain of the navy, and are entitled to
the gratitude of the department and
of every American citizen. With
great esteem, I am, sincerely yours
. "John D. Long, Secretary."
During the war with Spain Father
Chidwick was Chaplain ot the battle
ship Cincinnati and was present at
the blockades of Cuba and Porto
Rlro. 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
Chidwick retired from the navy in
1903 with the rank ot Commander.
ffTSTf f STWfi f eve? sfsti
As usual, it will be conducted in the characteris
tic Bacon way, meaning that it will be a strictly bona
fide clearance in which every department will be
MONEY WILL II K MIGHTY.
Winter goods and winter wearing apparel for
men, women, and children will be sold at generously
I DON'T FAIL TO COME?
FOR GOODNESS SAKE" i
Made in the Largest and Most Sanitary Bakery in
HAD MAXY FUIEXDS.
Thn rinath nf John Doolan last
lunday morning marked the passing
r nna at thA nest Known ana mom
Dooular young men of the Dominican
narlsh. of which he had been a
lifelong resident and where he was
nown and loved by every resident.
Tnclr am ha was called bv all.
hr.th vAimv and old wdi noted for
hla kind and agreeable manner and
never knowingly wronged anyone in
his life, and bis death leaves a pang
of sorrow In the hearts of many
present and former residents of
Limerick, who will miss his kindly
smile from, their ranks. Besides bis
father and. mother, Mr. and Mrs.
Uurlln Flnnlan ha survived by
three sisters, Mrs. John J. Tooniey,
Mrs. John C. Dell and Miss Mary
Doolan. The funeral took place
rom St. Louis Bertrand's church
Tuesday morning at 8:S0 with
requiem mass for the repose or nis
Anthony Monahan. a well known
ift . !,, illiiHn. which was citizen of New Albany, who has been
borne with Chrlntluu fortitude, MIms suffering from the effects ot a stigni
u.r r; Cmiuilf. only daiixliter of stroke of paralysis. Is reported
Mr and Mrs. M. J. Conutff and sla- steadily improving at his home, 41
ter'of J J Conulff, answered death's fcat't Kift'i street. Unless there is
suuiuions eariy ouiiuay muium v nu umvi i uu
her home, 1037 South Jackson ants expect hliu 10 soon ue auie iu
street. Mix Couuitl was a uioat again pa out. ,
Beginning Thursday night laat
Ith tha In utallutlon of officers of
Division 2, A. 0. H., County Presl-
lent W. J. Connelly win install in
ffir-er. of the other divisions at
their first meetings of the new year.
Next Monday evening he will Install
the officers of Division S ana on
Tuesday evening will install at Di
vision 1, his lit one to be at Divis
ion 4 on Monday, January 13.
The regular monthly meeting ol
the Catholic Federation will be hole
next Thursday night at the Catholic
Woman's Club. 'Business of interest
will come before the body, also tht
annual reports, and therefore the of
fleers call upon all delegates to b
For a limited period the Kentucky Irish
American will present FREE with each paid
subscription, either new or old, a copy of C. A
Windle's interesting pamphlet,
"Is the Catholic Church the Deadliest
Menace to Our Liberties and Civilization?"
The writer is a non-Catholic and Editor of the "
famous publication, "Brann's Iconoclast Don't
fail to take advantage of this offer.
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