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I KENTUCKY JRISII AMERICAN L VOLUME XINO iL LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1903 PRICE FIVE CENTS EXERCISES Commemorating Martyrdom of Robert Emmet to Be- Held Ladies Auxiliary Have Secured the New Masonic Theater Good Programme Arranged and Largo Crowd Is Ex pected ADDRESS BY MR J J FITZGERALD The Ladies Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians held a special meet ing at Hibernian Hall Sunday night and made preparations for the celebration of the centenary of the execution of Robert Emmet the youthful patriot and martyr Miss Mary Cavanaugh President of the Ladies Auxiliary presided and an nounced that the County Board heartily concurred in the idea of the ladies cele brating in honor of Robert Emmet The committee appointed to secure a hall reported in favor of the new Masonic Thea ter and the report was adopted Remarks were made and suggestions offered by Mrs Mary Clines Miss Mary Sheridan and Miss Julia Kelly State President Keenan State Treasurer George Butler William M Higgins and Thomas Dolan all made encouraging addresses to the ladies It was Treasurer Butlers first t visit to the Ladies Auxiliary He ex pressed himself as agreeably surprised at the attendance and said he believed that the celebration of Emmets centenary would be a fine opportunity to bring the Ladies Auxiliary before the public Mrs Mary Clines Mrs William T Meehan and Stale President Thomas Keenan were appointed a committee to secure an orator for the centennial cele bration The following music committee I was appointed Misses Julia Kelly Mar garet Coughliu Mamie Keenan Lizzie Callahan and Mrs William T Meehan The press committee is made up of Mrs Margaret Foley Miss Jennie McAvoy Mn Mary dines and William M Hig Kins decided to sendlnvitations f to alf the local divisions of the Ancienti Order of Hibernians Thomas Dolan held the ladies spellbound with several of of his inimitable stories During the evening six more applications for membership were received Mrs Anna Lynch of Syracuse N Y anda member of the Ladies Auxiliary of that place was present and told of the good work the organization had done ill that city despite the obstacles encoun tered She told the Louisville ladies of the great field they had before them and bade them avoid jealousy and advised j them to transact the business of the organization within the hall and not on the outside Her remarks were well re ceivedThe meeting adjourned to meet tomor row night when all the ladies are ex pected to be present to hear reports from the subcommittees- The entertainment committee met at the residence of Thomas Keenan Tuesday night and drew upa part of the pro gramme for the Emmet centenary James J Fitzgerald was invited to deliver the principal address and will accept the invitation This in itself is a guarantee that the oration on Robert Emmet will be able instructive and interesting A quarI 0tetof ladies will sing Oh Breathe Not His Name Mrs William T Meehan will render an alto solo The Last Words of Emmet Al F Barrett will render a baritone solo Who Fears to Speak of 98 Miss Mary Cavanaugh President of the Ladies Auxiliary and Thomas D Clines will recite appropriate selections Joseph Metzroth will give a cornet solo and will be accompanied on the piano by Jis Orr and vocal solos will be ren by Miss Josephine Hoertz and KJ Doyle The programme in full nounced later The ladies are fk training childrens chorus veral patriotic songs Members e auxiliary feel that the eyes of the public are upon them and will make every effort to arrange a high class entertainment o VERY INTERESTING Talks Made at Jofferson County CathollcFed oration + The Jefferson County Catholic Federation met at Hibernian Hall on Friday night of last week and as it was the first meeting since the national convention at Atlantic City a full attendance was on hand President Fowler occupied the chair and the first business was the election of Anthony J Sheridan as Vict President to succeed Newton G Rogers who resigned owing to pressure of other businessDr Fowler read the resolutions adopted by the National Federatlqn William T Mechan another one of the Jefferson county delegates to the National Federation explained the resolutions and recounted the different view of lulag delegates on various subjects dis CMMW4 at the convention Mr Meebans rmaarkjwere intensely interesting He o a also told that the resolutions were the most important feature of the con ventionDr J Lammers another delegate from Jefferson county gave an interest lug account of his interview with tli delegate from the Philippines and the letters explanation of the disagreement between the United States Government and the Catholic church regarding church property Dr Prank A Clark another one of the delegates made anI excellent talk on the Catholic mission aries to the Indians Thus it seemed that each of the delegates reported on different features of the National Federa tion and taken as a whole the reports were comprehensive and instructive o 0 SOCIAL SESSION To Be Held by Division 4A O H For Its Lady Friends Division 4 Ancient Order of IIiber nians held its regular meeting Wednesday night President Hennessy presiding A communication from the Ladies Aux iliary inviting the members to attend the Robert Emmet centenary was received and accepted by unanimous vote The Visiting Committee reported Mart tin Joyce and Eugene Sullivan as t1 and Ben Zorn recovering State Presi dent Keenan addressed the meeting and urged all to witness the Emmet celebration to he given under the auspices of the Ladies Auxiliary He said a firstclass programme would be arranged for the occasion Division 4 decided to attend the celebration and to encourage the ladies in every possible way even vot ing to pay its pro rata of loss should the entertainment not realize a sufficient sum to meet their requirements State Secretary Meehan thanked the division for their kindly feelings toward the auxiliary He said he felt their aid would be forthcoming as the ladies had always attended and worked for the entertainments of Division 4 Former County President John Murph- made a brief speech advocating mor frequent social sessions at which ladies would be welcome He said such meet ings would be beneficial both to members and outsiders His words were heartily indorsed by all present and it was voted to make the next meeting September 23 a social one Members will be expected to bring their wives sisters and sweet hearts and enjoy a pleasant celebration a no HIS FIRST MASS Celebrated bythe Rev Father Ohlman at St Josephs Church The Rev Father George Ohlman re cently ordained and a brother of Frank Ohlman a well known citizen of the East End celebrated his first mass at St Josephs church last Sunday morning Father Ohlman is a native of Alsace Loraine where he was educated and was ordained there a few weeks ago a short time before his father died and the young man decided to come to America so that his relatives could attend the cele bration of his first mass SOlemn high mass began at 930 oclock and the young priest was conducted from the rectory into the church in solemn procession by the altar boys and assisting clergy The Very Rev Father David Kersting O F M pastor of St Josephs was the assistant priest the Rev Father Prosper Stemaun 0 F M deacon the Rev Alphonse Phillips student of theology at Washington D C sub deacon and the Rev Stephen Hofrunn master of ceremonies The Very Rev Fathers Louis Ohle and Bernard Wester man were given seats of honor in the sanctuaryAn feature was that the festi val sermon was preached by the Rev Julian Harion also from AlsaceLoralne and a brother of Mrs Frank Ohlman so that a brother of both Mr and Mrs ObI man were participants in the celebration The church was beautifully decorated in the Papal colors and the sanctuary was a mass of palms ferns and potted plants loaned by Mr and Mrs Henry Smith The choir under the leadership of Prof Ilemmersbacb contributed to the solemnity of the occasion by its beautiful rendition of Aherns mass iu honor of St Patrick The soloists were Misses Louise and Lena Wiedemer and Messrs J J Mueller and Charles Wiedemer Solemn vespers at 3 oclock closed the celebra tion which will ever remain a memorable one for the members of St Josephs con gregation 0 MASONROOERS Frank Mason of Cleveland Ohio and Miss Minnie Rogers of this city will be united in matrimony at St Pauls church this city at 8 oclock on the morning of Wednesday September 2Jr The Rev Father York will perform the ceremony and nuptial high mass will follow Mlle Rogers is the charming daughter of James P Rogers a veteran Hibernian Mr Mason is engaged in the dry goods business in Cleveland Both are popular young people and have the well wishes of many friend KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Prominent Knights of CofembM of this city will soon institute a council of that order in Qweneboro which will wake four iu Kentucky The Loalevlll ooau dl expect to bave another big Initiation thin fail n 7 c I SPLENDID byeLasttSunday Celebrated Its Tenth Anniver sary Religiously as Well as Socially Words of Encouragement From the ClorGY Pleased the Young Men INSPIRING SCENES IN CHURCH Never perhaps in the history of Louis ville bad Catholics priests and laymen as much right to feel proud of their young men as on last Sunday when nearly 200 members of Mackin Council Young Mens Institute approached the sanctu ary and received holy communion at St Cecilias church and in the afternoon attended vespers and benediction of the most blessed sacrament at St Anthonys The morning celebration began at 7 oclock when the Rev Tether Kalaher celebrated high mass The seats on both sides of the middle aisle were filled with well dressed devout Catholic young men It was a sight inspiring not only to the people in the body of the church but to the choir whose members under the direction of Prof Soete sang the music of the mass in a beautiful manner The Rev Father Kalaher preached on the gospel of the day and although he did not men tion the Young Mens Institute made the words of the gospel applicable to the great body of young men who had ap proached the holy table In the afternoon the members assem theyewere joined by the members of Unity Council New Albany and Trinity and Satolli Councils and marched to St Anthonys church to attend vespers As in the morning the sight was an inspir ing one and the choir directed by Prof Kolros sang the grand music of the ves pers as if each member had been inspired by the edifying presence of the young men TheVery ItevPatherIebtrealidf- who officiated addressed the assembled young men and told how glad he was that they had come to St Anthonys He said be appreciated the honor they had done his church and the young men of his congregation The reverend speaker said it was an edifying and beautiful sight to see them thus openly professing their faith a sight to make their parents rejoice and to bring pleasure to their brothers and sisters No man he said could be a good Catholic and at the same time be afraid or ashamed to profess his faith The members of Mackin Council said Father Leo not only approached the holy table in the morning but for the second time in the day had come to honor and offer prayers of thanksgiving to Almighty God He asked God to reward these young men temporally as well as spiritually and said that the spirit of the Young Mens Institute was inspiring and encouraging There are no false bottoms in these young men said Father Leo He closed with words of advice on the spirit they should maintain and admonished them to bold themselves and their banner high in the estimation of the public thereby attracting the at tention and saving nonCatholics He bade them continue the life of honor they were living as young men so that God would take care of them in their old ageSt Anthonys beautiful church was rendered doubly beautiful on this occa sion by the myriads of incandescent lights that shed their rays over the grand gathering of young men The choir never sang with grander effect All present felt that it was a time of thanksgiving and rejoicing After the ceremonies at St Anthonys church the members of Mackin and the visiting councils headed by the banner of Mackin Council marched to the club house at 530 Twentysixth street where the social celebration ot the tenth aunt versary of the organization of the council was held President Frank Murphy welcomed alit and indeed there were present many vis itors from Satolli and Trinity Councils and from other councils in the State Among the prominent visitors were John J Barry Supreme Director and William J Dawson of St Catherines Council New Haven President Murphy in the course of his remarks said that the members of Mackin Council have now realized their most earnest hopethey owned a home of their own Vincent B Smith as master of ceremonies then assumed charge of the celebration and introduced James Shelley Mackins first President who recounted the early history and struggles of that body His reference to the beautiful banner created much enthusiasm The turning point has come for Mackin Council said Mr Shelley and we are now on the highroad to sue cess In conclusion he expressed his appreciation of the kind words of Father Kalaher in the morning and Father Leo in the afternoon Councilman Augustus J BIjot was in troduced and expressed his pleasure at seeing so many visitors present particu benoftJaitrCottucilo1wAlbaD1 a Council he expressed the belief that the work they were doingjffbuld be for the good of the order atjd of humanity Greed President William Perry also expressed his pleasure at being present and declared that Mackiuj Council was a credit to the order ajad to the State Charles J Pfeffer oflhfDoard of Grand Directors Indiana jurisdiction made a happy address in offering to Mankin the congratulations of Uult Council of New Albany Mackin CouScil he said was the sponsor or Godmother of Unity Harry Swann of Trinity Council and a pioneer of Louisvilles Voung Mens In stitute offered his congratulations and said he was proud of Macklns succeSs The spirit of Macklns Members he saidI was worthy of predicted groat things its members would emUlatiilIe work for ten years Daniel Conniff a veteran of the Young Mens Institute and forer President of Mackin said he was ai proud as a boy with his first pair of boots He told how on November four yeafa ago the mem bers of Mackin Council1 conceived the idea of owning their Ow i house hqw the work was begun energet cally and pushed to a successful conclusi n He read the deed to thee beautiful ffroperty and exhibited the fourteen notes the last one of which was paid on September 2 although it would not fall due until 1807 The members and visitors 4ere enthusiastic in their applause of Air Conhiffs r- emarlcsl Tom Garvey the gejriaf President of Trinity Council congratulated the mem bers of Mackin and expressed the hope that his own council would soon own its JCharlesf Mackins old war horses was called ipon and stated that his sentiments had already been expressed by previous speakers He could only indorse what had Been said and in vited members of other couucils to visit Mackins club house more frequently Dr Alphonse Bizot maae a very happy address He was elated he said by the words of encouragement heard from Gods altar during the forenoon and afternoon Those wliodo not indorse the Young Mens Institute said Mr Bizot must inwardly adiSjre its members Clarence H Zook was called upon He said that his forte was listening not talk ing but tie could not refuse to say some ing on such a happy occjjeiou He urged all tQ hew to the line aM live up to all the laws of the society md church and predicted many kKWY1iiu9clul years for Mackin and tatnen+leL- EugeueCeoneyxofTilyIttv o1Jeaddress said that Mackials members had done so well that he feitthey knew it all Nevertheless he wished to congratulate them and hoped that the council would live to celebrate its century Harry Bloemer said that he would now be able to relar his watch on the treasury since all the notes had been paid Master of Ceremonies Vincent B Smith closed the oratory with a timely and eloquent address in which he stated that Mackin Council had contributed largely to the success of many of its members It had been a grand school for young men and they had profited by its teach ingsWhile the speaking was in progress and long afterward an abundant supply of refreshments was distributed among the members and visitors Messrs Arthur Reagan Pat Mullarkey and Gem Benken attended to the wants of the inner man and earned a vote of thanks from all present The festivities closed shortly after 6 oclock IRISH BREWERS Have Succeeded In Breaking Into the Peerage of Great Britain Two Irish brewers have succeeded in breaking into the English peerage They are Lords Iveagh who was Edward Guinuess and Lord Burton who before he entered the peerage was Michael Bass Lord Iveagh is described as a tall slen der etudious looking man and has more the appearance of a professor than a brewer He is the wealthiest brewer in Great Britain and to commemorate the recent visit of Edward VII to Ireland Lord Iveagh give 150000 to the Irish hospitals just three times as much as the King gave lIe isa practical businessman and started the recent movement to establish better railway and steamship facilities to accelerate trade between Ire land and England Lord Burton is also described as a levelheaded but jocular business man Yet he is not as popular with the masses as Lord Iveagh I o PATIIER WHITE RECOVERS The Rev Father Thomas W White pastor of St Frances of Rome church in Clifton has recovered sufficiently to re turn to his rectory Father White suffered a severe attack of acute indigestion several weeks ago and had to be removed HospitalHisthroughout the city are greatly pleased to bear of his recovery 0 OHIOS GRAND COUNCIL The Grand Council Young Mens In stitute Oiiio jurisdiction will be held at Wapakoneta Ohio tomorrow Monday and Tuesday The Cincinnati councils will go in a body 500 strong and accompanied by two bands oiMMeie A feature of the meeting will be a grand parade tomorrow afternoon ldeiefatioM will be present from IrowtWi JtariMoowtn uqOUWob1 c t3 t r ANTIEMIGRATION Discussed at a Representative Mooting Hold in Cork Recently Bishop Sheehan Presided and Made Several Practical Suggestions Michael Davltt Advocates Hold lug an International Conference at St Louis A TERRIBLE DRAIN OH IRELAND The AntiEmigration Society of Ireland recently held a conference in the city of Cork and delegates were present from all of the Provinces and nearly every county His Lordship Bishop Sheehan of Water ford and Lismore presided over the meet- Ing and delivered the principal address The Secretary read a letter from Michael Davitt in which he advocated an inter national conference to consider an anti emigration movement to be held at the St Louis Worlds Fair next year Mr Davitt stated that the society would be certain to obtain the active cooperation of clergy and laity who could speak with authority on the darker as well is the more pleasant side of laboring life for young Irish men and women in America Australia the Argentine Republic and elsewhere He advocated a representative conference of Irishmen at home in Great Britain Canada the United States and all over the world Bishop Sheehan in the course of his address said it was a sad thing to recol lect that in the last five years 100000 people had left Ireland He added that according to statistical reports 487000 families had left Ireland No doubt some of them in the natural course of things disappeared at home but one would not be far wrong in believing that between three and fourhundred thousand of them must have left the country That was a very sad thing to contemplate but it ap peared to him that they had spent more than sufficient time and energy in talking ina general way about this subject of emigration endtheybhbuldseittedown now to real practical hard work fotRS had been said the work was as difficult as it was noble and national On the one hand they had to remember this much In every movement with which the history of our country had been filled in modern as well as in more remote periods there was always a question of some measure that was deemed more or less useful and more or less advantageous for the good of the people but in this matter of emigration it was today not a question of something thdt was more or less useful or something that would bene fit this that or the other class No it was simply a question of the very exist ence of the nation If the present drain was to go on much longer then the con dition of the nation would be irredeem ableIt is high time said Bishop Sheehan to do some practical work In older to do that they had to address themselves to two distinct classes They had first of all to address themselves to the Irish abroad and he was inclined to think that that was a matter which had been too long neglected They addressed themselves in the past mainly to the Irish at home but now the Irish abroad had a large share in bringing about the emigration of recent years They in duced their families in various ways to leave the country in some instances they were holding out the promise of a warm reception in America in other instances their efforts took the more sub stantial form of the passage ticket and unless they got at the people who were making the promise to send the passage ticket they would not as far as he knew anything of the question get at the root of it all Then how were they to get at it Directly no doubt by addressing them but indirectly and he thought more powerfully still by getting at the leaders of the Irish in Americagetting- at their political and clerical leaders by getting at the Irish Catholic press in America and addressing the Irish through itand they should appeal to the patriotism of the Irish people in America If there be any bright page in the history of emigration that page was the page which told of the love of the Irish In America for their native land and they had a right to appeal today in that sacred name to their countrymen and women across the Atlantic Irelandtheir motherland parted with them sadly and sorely because she was not able to give them bread in the near future with Gods help a different story would be told and and when Ireland striving to rise from the depths into which she had fallen addressed her children across the At lantic to come and help hersurely that appeal will not be made in vain Bishop Sheehan also Indorsed Michael conferIenceSeveral other papers were read along the same line and before long the society will begin its practical work ofappealing to the IrishAmerican press JOLLY BATHING PARTY Quite a delightful twtW g party was giveri at Shawae Park beach TW u l- u chaperones were James Kerlin Mesdames M Howard J Ades B Springer P Archer F Eschrich W M Bowles M Hall M Hill and A M Ramsey The following young ladies were in the party Misses May and Mamie Schardein Irma Mettler June Ramsey Agnes Wright Queenie Vogel Edna Whistler Catherine Grissman Esther Keenan Marie Leonard Cassie Howard Mamie Keenan Bettie Ettenson Nellie and Nettie Springer Leone Howard IdaReager Ella OCon nell Nina and Lena Heath Eva Brenner Daisy Francis Ruth Ades Lula Bates Lottie Voelker Viola King and Virginia Barrett 0 PROGRESS Is Being Made In Arrange ments For tho Dramatic Entertainment Arrangements for the dramatic musi cal and literary entertainment to be given under the auspices of the Central Committee Catholic Knights of America are progressing favorably The entertain ment committee met in the office of Newton G Rogers last Saturday night Joseph P McGinn presided and the fol lowing members were present Messrs Rogers Reichert Speaker Thickstun Neuhaus Soeder Schalda Aud Seibert and Martin Mr Martin reported that he had invited Father Baz in behalf of the Central Committee to deliver an address preced- Ing the dramatic entertainment but Father Baz courteously declined on the ground that he never left hU house at night Ben Speaker who is in active charge of the dramatic entertainment reported that the performers had a re hearsal since the previous meeting and everything was progressing nicely He thanked Mr McGinn at whose house the rehearsal was held for courtesies received Mr Reichert presented another batch of hangers which were distributed among the members Mr Martin reported that he had sold sixty tickets to three branches during the week Chairman McGinn instructed each member of the meeting to secure what advertisements he could for the programme Members of the committee were also instructed to visit the various branches during the week to distribute tickets About 100 tickets were disposed of during the meetin- gCARDINAL LOGUE 4ids1 i rLr Believes That tote Land Bill Will Do Much for Ireland Cardinal Logue Primate of Ireland has returned home from Rome where he took part in the election of Pope Pius X To a newspaper correspondent who asked for his views on the present situation in Ireland and the possible union of the Anglican and Catholic churches Cardi nal Logue said At present the material and financial prosperity is greater than ever before The new policy favorable to Ireland inaugurated by the Government at the instigation of King Edward is of great and real benefit to Ireland which has gained merely by the application of the new land bill more than a millon pounds The people nobly and spontaneously without any pressure what ever from the authorities in Dublin and in the other Irish towns have expressed during the recent visit of King Edward their gratitude to the Crown and the hope that the Government would not hesitate to adopt all such measures as are necessary to the improvement of the Emerald Isle The Kings visit was in my opinion a political step of the highest importance King Edward and Queen Alexandra had a true apprecia tion of the bearing of their visit and took a true view of the situation when they replied to those who insisted on the perils of such a visit by saying We are going toa civilized people who know how to receive and appreciate their friendsYour question as regards the relative positions of the Catholic and Anglican churches is very delicate and embarrass ing I can only answer it Sy avoiding It Leo XIII as is well known entertained the fond hope of bringing about a union between the two churches and actively and intelligently endeavored to bring about that consummation be was not successful still the hope of seeing it accomplished is not yet gone on the contrary I am still cherishing the fond illusion that it may be realized before I close my eyeS forever nis the highest thing that I can hope to see realized in my life for I am convinced that as long as the schisms exists in the English church the complete fusion of the English and Irish nations can not take place Yet it would be so profitable to both and would help to solve the Irish problem TAKES A REST The Rev Father John B Kelly pastor of Holy Trinity church New Albany has gone to Mackinac Mich to take a well deserved reitoHe will be gone several weeks u POPULAR NUNS RETURN Sister Mary Rita the art and vocal In stntor and Sister Margaret Mary pre thewOtppularla adyoreturned after a pleasant visit to convents aiui academies of rw wn in tbcBut J t GOV1 BECKHAM Opens Democratic Campaign Under Most Favorable Auspices An Able anti Convincing Speech by Chief Executive at Winchester Thousands of Kontucklans Rallied to hour FlrstGun- of Campaign LOUISVILLE WELL REPRESENTED Gov Beckham the nominee of the Democratic party to succeed himself as Chief Executive of the State opened his campaign under the most auspicious cir SaturdayNotcounties well represented but men from every section of Kentucky were on hand to swell the crowd Of course Jefferson county sent her quota more than 300 men while Shelby and Franklin coun tiea were not far behind It is indeed a good indication of the feelings of the peo ple when more than 300 citizens of this city travel 103 miles to hear a political dayOn mendation for the able young Governor The feeling is such that if the election were held tomorrow Gov Beckham would hasjustone or more speeches in each of the eleven Congressional districts while his colleagues on the ticket and minor ora tors in the Democratic ranks will stump hamletinThe demonstration at Winchester was a great one and has been variously esti peopleMenon horseback ln carriages and afoot and all were hospitally received by the People and would have been well pleased with their visit to this beautiful bluegrass region even had there not been a great BsfflQcraUc rally oa hand t The people of Winchester and Clark county had prepared a magnificent barbe gallons among the thirsty travelstained enthusi asts while thousands of loaves of bread and the fattest of bluegrass fed sheep and cattle were added to the menu and all cooked in good oldfashioned Kentucky style The barbecue and the speaking were both held in the center of a magnifi cent grove A large tent sheltered the crowd from the sun In the morning + jest enough rain fell to lay the dust so d that the weather was dear and pleasant when the speaking began On the platform with Gov Beckham were the lIon Samuel W Hager Chair man of the Campaign Committee who had much to do with making the first meeting of the campaign a success United States Senators Joe C Blackburn and James B McCreary Congressmen Ollie James and South Trimble Hon Harry Weissinger John W Vreeland Willard Mitchell and a host of other Democratic leaders Gov Beckbam was Breckiuridge11m Gov Beckbam made a profound im pression on his audience His speech was a straightforward statement of affairs concerning the State government its finances and necessities While he held up to the light the record of his Republi I can predecessors as compared with his own he engaged in no viturperation or mudslinging It was a manly and at the same time an able effort in which the t speaker showed his thorough familiarity with affairs of State and his ability and prospcirousOther speakers of the day were Sen ators Blackburn and McCreary Con gressman Ollie James and Harry Weiss inger of this city Each speaker talked along a different line andaU were listened to with attention r Special credit is due County Clerk William J Semoniu for the able mannerrr in wilier he conducted the excursion front Louisville which also carried the cohorts of Shelbyville and Frankfort Everywhere the Governor appears he is received by large and enthusiastic gatherings of admiring friend- sCOMING 0 HOME Baltimore Catholics Prepar ing Reception For Cardinal Gibbons r arriveineCatholicthe founders and other Catholic societies of Baltimore are preparing to give the distinguished prelate a fitting reception Gibbonhasfullyreetoredto Interestingandl America on afo return He fa the first ItftMJpedr U 1 i 1 tONTUCKY IRISH AldERICAN I KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGM t Devoted to tHe Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans IKENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY Sc flittered st the LonlstHle Postof flee as SecoudCloss Metier AddUfsall ConKDanlcallonitotfae KENTUCKY IRISII AMERICAN 326 West Green Sired 1R mTRADES COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 121903 DEMOCR1T1CTICKET State Governor J C W BECKHAM Lieutenant Governor- W P THORNE Auditor S W HAGER Treasurer H M BOSWORTH Attorney General- N B HAY- SSecrelaryof State H V MCHESNEY Superintendent of Public Instruction J H FUQUA SR Commissioner of Agriculture HUBERT VREELAND Clerk ot Court of Appeals- JJ MORGANCHINN Railroad Commissioners First District MD FERGUSON Second District + e C C MCHORD Louisville and Jefferson County Judge of Jefferson Circuit Court Criminal Branch JOSEPH PRYOR Judge of Jefferson Circuit Court Chancery Branch Division No1 SHACKELFORD MILLER Judge of Jefferson Circuit Court Chancery Division No2 SAMUEL B KIRBY Judge of Common Pleas Division No11 EMMET FIELD Judge of Jefferson Circuit Court Common Pleas Branch Division No2 r THOMAS R GORDON Judge of Jefferson Circuit Court Common Pleas Branch Division No 3 UPTON WMUIR Clerk of the Jefferson Circuit Court WILLIAM L WELLER JR w Commonwealths Attorney Jefferson Circuit Court JOSEPH M HUFFAKER State Senator Thlrtyseventh District LABAN PHELPS For the Legislature Fortyfourth District HERMAN D NEWCOMB Fortyfifth District x JOHN M LETTERLE Fortyslxth District CHRIS MUE LE- RFortyseventh District LAWRENCE REICHER- TFortyeighth District JAMES P EDWARDS Fortyninth District H P MDONALD Fiftieth District J C OCONNOR Flftyfirst District THOMAS DREWRY For Constable of Eighth Magisterial Die trlct A B HACKEL WORLDS FAIR CONTEST The announcement of the staud ing of the contestants in the Ken tucky Irish Americans popularity therfriends of many candidates tto make renewed efforts The fact that there were so many in the race caused considerable surprise and now each one seems determined to outdo the other The race is young yet and open to all If you do not care to enter yourself help a friend in the race A weeks trip to the Worlds Fair at St Louis with the IindeU Hotel as your stopping place is worth trying for Remember four prizes are offered a man and wife an unmarried man and a single lady will have the advantage of this offer The race is open to people of all nationalities and creeds All you have to do is to have your friends subscribe for the Kentucky Irish American for a year You get fifty votes with every dollar paid in besides the ballot in each weeks issue- CLERGY t AND NEWSPAPERS o The Right Rev Bishop McFaul t of Trenton N J in the course of his sermon on the occasion of the consecration of Bishop Colton of Buffalo said The Catholic press and Catholic literature deserve the Bishops attentionBlg00dreadngthehomej solution of modern problems should be disseminated in the secular as well as the religious press We have until lately signally failed to bring Catholic doctrine to the knowledge of the public through the press This in a measure ac counts for the prejudice against us which still remains It has its root in a profound iignorance of the Catholic religion There is indeed much food for thought in these words of Bishop McFaul The Catholic Bishop is or should be a leader of his people at all times but as Bishop McFaul justly states we have signally failed until lately to bring Cath olic doctrine tothe knowledge of the public through the press The Bishops like other clergy are modest men and not in the habit of seeking notoriety through the press particularly the Catholic press yet an occasional and timely article on current problems from the Bishop and clergy would do much to destroy ignorance of Catholic methods and break down the barrier of prejudice against the Catholic religion It is not enough for the Bishop to instruct through pastoral letters nor for the priest to expect his sermon delivered in the church on stated occasions to bring our dissenting brethren into the fold The Bishop and the clergy should take every possible occasion of preaching the truth not alone to their respective flocks but to the world in general Our Bishops and priests are learned men and if they will only make the effort they can do much through the press for the enlightenment of those who have not the gift of the true faith The number of Catholic news paper men employed on the secu lar papers in the United States is distressingly small As a conse quence we daily run across press dispatches containing garbled ac counts of Catholic ceremonies and celebrations The reporters in few instances intend to misrepre sent the Catholic religion or its people but they do so from ignorance of the Catholic doctrine As a rule the reporter is fresh from high school college or uni versity and perhaps a little im pressed with his own importance considerably impressed with the fact that he writes for the press and not at all impressed with re ligion All creeds look alike to him He may have gone to Sun dayschool in his pinafore days but since then he has regarded religion hS a myth and knows more of the attributes of mythological deities than of the old or new testaments And yet these young meu are anx ious to learn They ask questions innumerable and keep on asking until they thjnk they have an understanding of the matters they are to write about in their heads Unfortunately they have just got enough information to be mislead ing and of course will give the dear public the benefit of what they dont know about1 Catholicism Once in a while you will finda Catholic reporter on a secular newspaper and when you do you will find a man who has the respect of his superiors and fellowworkers He is questioned on this that and the other doctrine What is the rosary What is the mass Why do Catholics go to confession to a priest instead of confessing their faults to God All these questions and many more are asked of the Catholic reporters and are always answered intelligently In fact tile Catholic reporter with the true spirit of falth1 when he finds his religion is being questioned will i it U kt arm himself all the more with good reading and will be prepared to ward off attacks But a few re porters can not do it all Let the Bishops and the clergy cultivate the newspaper men if need be write their own copy for the secular press whether it be the account of a ceremony or a sermon and then there wil be fewer errors concerning church affairs ANENT MR PARRY D M Parry the labor baiter of Indianapolis has been talking for the press again but then there is little news in thatMr Parry is always talking for the press Like many other demagogues of the present day who seek free adver tising Mr Parry attacks the labor unions Labor unions shredded are his breakfast food labor unions roasted to a turn constitute his dinner and labor unions sliced cold andserved with sauce he devours for supper This menu he repeats day by day until one thinks he would grow tired of the monotony Not so however Mr Parry still hungers for labor unions In his screed he says Fully realizing the dreadful crimes and outrages which have been committed under the cloak of organized labor I was determined to take no chances as to the pro tection of my family my property and myself It is true that my premises are watched day and night by men whom I trust and I have issued orders to them to act first and explain afterward in case there is any attempt to do injury to them or those who belong to me Poor man I He reminds one of Pombal the Portugese Prime Min ister who finding that no Prime Minister of his country hadever been assassinated caused his Par liament to draft a law providing for the punishment of the assassins of a Prime Minister and then went about miserable because he was not assassinated Labor union advocates would be the first to denounce any attack of violence on Mr Parry his family or his property He knows that but like many others who seek notoriety he dreams and in his dream belives that he is a modern Samson seeking to kill the labor union Philistines and he undertakes to exterminate them with the original Samsonic weapon the jaw bone of an ass- Archbishop Ireland in his ad dress at the Labor day celebration at St Paul struck a key note when he said Let wage earners ever strive to be reasonable to ask what is right but not to ask what is wrong Exactly sol And em ployers should ever strive to pay their employes reasonable wages and reasonable hours With em ployer and employe working to gether for the right strife and dis sension will disappear from the land Judge Denis OBrien of the New York Court of Appeals ape pears to be a wonder On Tuesday he was nominated by the Republicans to succeed himself A week previous the Democrats nom inated him to succeed himself With everybody pleased there can be no doubt of his election SCHOOL YEAR- Began s Monday With a Large In crease Over Last Years Attendance All the Catholic schools colleges and academies in the diocese of Louisville opened Monday and In every case an In crease in attendance was noted Nazareth Academy recorded 100 pupils on the first day and during the week every train has brought additions libretto and St Catherines also have well attended schools In the city of Louisville the Presentation Academy the Academy of Our Lady of Mercy and Cedar Grove have an unusually large number of pupils St Xaviers College for boys has the largest attendance in its history sev eral classes being so large that they had to be divided and additional teachers placed in charge All of the parochial schools have pro portionately increased and at St Johns one new teacher was required Pupils yearinby attendmass Louisville has reason to be proud of her schools Watch for standing in popularity con teet next week 0- Ii f rS0GIETv i Miss Eliza ODauiel of Gethsemane is visiting in this city Miss Kathleen Cunningham is visiting relatives at Eminence Miss Nellie Kehoe of New Albany is visiting relatives in Columbus O Miss Isabell Murphy of Dayton 0 is visiting her mother Mrs W F Murphy Miss Emma Ryans of Jeffersonville is visiting the Misses Kelly at Flemiugsburg Miss MaggieCohuifT has returned home after a pleasant visit to friends at Fords villa Mrs Prank Carroll is the guest of her daughter Mrs JCIPerkins at Howling Green Mrs Elizabeth Patterson of St Louis Is visiting Mrs O C Flanagan of Jeffer sonville Mrs Daniel Curran nnd children of New York City are visiting relatives in this city Misses Ida and Lizzie Sheehan have re turned home after a pleasant visit to Bardstown Miss Stella Moran of Pittsburg is visiting Misses Fay and Leta Duffy in Jeffersonville Will Barrett and Tom Ilannon have re turned from a pleasant trip to Mount Clemens Mich i Miss Kitty Patterson of Chicago is the guest of Mrs William Patterson on West Main street Miss MaudtBreslin has just returned from a trip to Niagara Falls Atlantic City and New York Patrolman Patrick Mullen and his estimable wife are spending ten days at WtSt Baden Springs James McGrath end George Bornheuser have returned from Atlantic City where they spent two weeks Miss Mary Dell Murphy has spent the past three weeks with friends at New Haven and Bardstown Miss Rosalin Mattingly spent last week in Marion county as the guest of her brother Thomas Cissell William Dresllu of Cleveland 0 is the guest of his aunt Mrs Eliza Jamison on West St Catherine street 0 Mrs William n Doherty and children have returned from Fitch Cliff Ky where they spent the summer Mrs John McGrath and daughter Miss Virginia have returned from Vine Grove offer delightful visit to friends Miss Katie Bdelen visited her brother and sister Mr Minors and Miss Minnie Beam at Gethsemane last week Miss Lizzie Callahan of 1414 Seventh street has returned from a pleasant visit to relatives in St Louts and Alton III Misses Maggie and Katie Cahill who have been in New York during the past two weeks will return home next week Miss Edith Newman the charming daughter of R O Newman is visiting her cousin Miss Olive Talbott at Bardstown Thomas Burkholder formerly of this city now of Chicago will return here next week to spend a vacation of two weeks Mrs William Patterson has returned home from St Louis where she visited friends and relatives during the past two weeksMiss Ella Cavanaugh has returned home from New York where she was the guest of her sister Mrs Michael J Tracey Mrs John Sullivan Mrs Mnrion Mc Kown and Mrs Nelson Hopkins of New Albany are visiting friends at Palmyra William J Phelan and Miss Mary Long will be united in matrimony at the Cathedral of the Assumption on Tuesday September 29 Miss Annie Burke of Bowling Green has been the guest of Miss Mayme Reed Keeley of West Broadway during the present week Louis J A Jaegers of Lanesville Ind and Miss Leonora A Vernia of New Al hotly were married at StMarys of the Knobs church on Wednesday Mrs John F Morris and family left last week to visit Mrs Morris parents Mr and Mrs Charles Doyle at Marion Ind They will remain three weeks Mrs Anna Lynch of Syracuse New York who was the guest of her brother William M Higgins during the past ten days returned home Thursday after a very enjoyable visit John H and William Hennessey left Monday for Nazareth to be present when their sister Miss Carrie Hennessey took the white veil the following day as a novice of the Sisters of Charity There is joy in the home of Harry Mc Carthy Seventh and Kentucky streets over the arrival of a pretty little daughter She is the living image of her mamma and the perfect picture of her papa Mrs John J Fitzgerald and daughters Misses Catherine and Mary who spent several weeks at Marion Ind j the guests of Mrs Fitzgeralds sister Mrs Robert Thompson returned home last week John Kehl ijnd Miss Route Bosler were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at St Martins elni cir at 9 oclock Wednet day mornisg this Right Rev Monsignor Zabler officttiujcJ Tue attendants were John Mrtl Ad Bdward Partiuch Af J J 7 ter the marriage the young couple held a reception at the brides home 638 Lamp tou street Both bride and groom are popular young people of the East End Charles Smith a popular young man of the West End is at St Marys and Elizabeths Hospital suffering from a severe attack of typhoid fever His many friends are anxious for his speedy recovery Mrs John M McCully of J3t Louis Mo and her son Thrustou McCully who visited Mrs McCullys sisters Mrs J V Sturgeon and Mrs Charles J Cronan during the past two months have returned home Miss Julia Drumme a charming young lady of Lexington who spent several weeks at French Lick Springs is the guest of Messrs John anp Edward Barry on East Market street She is the recip lent of many social attentions The approaching marriage of Miss Margaret Akers of this city and George K Wallner of Bedford mad is announced The happy event will take place at St Johns church Clay aud Wal nut streets oil Thursday Septemqer 24 Mr and Mrs Charles Wilkins have returned from their bridal trip and are receiving the congratulations of their friends Mrs Wilkins was formerly Miss Mary McDonald the charming niece of Ed McDonald Mr Wilkins is a trusted employe of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company Harry Furlong and Miss Mayme Kinney were united in marriage at Holy Cross church at 8 oclock Thursday evening the Rev Father Cunningham officiating The bride is n pretty and popular young lady of the East End Mr Furlong is a plumber in the employment of F W Lasch Both have many friends who wish them a happy journey through life Mr and Mrs Furlong have begun housekeeping at G18 Washington street Messrs Ben Imorde John Ryan Will Carraro and Tom Hines members of the Pastime Boat Club gave a barge party Monday evening to their friends In the party were Misses Anna Collins Anna OKeeffe Lizzie OKeeffe May Leuimau Marie Hart Mary Flanagan Katie McAughan Opal Ogden Mary Boyle and Maggie Boyle Messrs James Scallv Ray Flanagan Will Nalley Will luiorde Tom Barry Leo Ramsey and At Zoeller Mr and Mrs George McBride chaperoned the party Harry J Meyer of this city and Miss Fannie Richards of Lancaster 0 will be united in the holy bonds of matrimony at St Charles Borromeo church on Wed nesday morning the Rev Father Raffo After a wedding trip to Buffalo Niagara Falls and New York City Mr and Mrs Meyer will be at home to their friends at 1809 West Jeffer son street Mr Meyer is a son of Mrs Tony Iandenwich and travels for the Ifeyhach Bush Company dealers in prin ters supplies His bride is well known here where she has frequently visited Both are popular young people Miss Margaret McMurtry Shannon of Lexington and Ernest F Bohue of this city were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at St Pauls church Lexing ton on Tuesday The ceremony was performed by the Rev Father James P Barry Among the wedding guests from Louisville were Mr E C Bohue father of the groom Mr and Mrs Schimpeler Mr and Mrs P Bohne Mr and Mrs Phil Bohne Mr and Mrs Al Smith Miss Ella Gerst Dr Netherland Rudolph Finck and Otto Bohne The young couple will begin housekeeping in Louisville aont October 1 BACK TO ERIN Arrangements for the removal to Ire land of the remains of the late Father Eugene OGrowney have been completed by the representatives of the various Irish societies of this country Father OGrowney who was a Celtic scholar and was professor of Gaelic in Mayuooth College Ireland died a few years ago in Los Angeles Cal The Gaelic League of America will have charge of the work of exhuming the body and transferring it to the cemetery at Maynooth The body wilt reach Dublin on Sunday September 27 and Archbishop Walsh will officiate at the solemn requiem mass MASONIC THEATER Two Little Vagrants a stirring drama of French life comes to the Masonic Theater next week The story of the play tells of the adventures tribu lations and triumphs of two little out casts one a strong heroic boy the child of rich parents the other a poor sickly little chap who is dependent upon his companion for aid and protection Both parts are assumed by women but they are so widely different in character that both are equally interesting The play requires an enormous quantityof scenery and the scene of the lock on the River Seine is a thrilling effect in sensational stagecraft HOPKINS The people of Louisville have given renewed evidence during the present week that they appreciate goodvaude vine as the attendance at Hopkins Theater has been large at each perform ance Next week manager Hopkins offers the following attractions Rapoli the juggler Eva Mudge the Military Maid and lighting change artist the Four Milons the juggling Johnsons club swingers Martinietta and Grossi trick bicycle riders Raymond Teal the black face monologue artists Rader brothers and the biogrnpb BUCKINGHAM The Kentucky Belles will hold the boards at the Buckingham Theater next week The show is described as an ag gregation of Bluegrass beauties who are enchanting singers and graceful dancers In addition to the burlesques seven high claw vaudeville ads will be seen in the loThe usual matinees will be given daring the week II 1 o I GRANDPRIZECONTESTfr Interest in the Grand Prize Offer of a Trip to the St Louis Worlds Fair made by the Kentucky Irish American is on the increase Now is the time to send in your ballots and new subscriptions Everybody has a chance to win If you are mar ried you can take your better half to the great exposition for a week If you are a Single man or lady you can go alone and at the expense of the Kentucky Irish American Get your friends inter ested for you at once f I i Iii i I VOTE FOR i ADDUKSS SIGNED + Saturday Sept 12 1903 + IOTOTOTC1 Fifty Votes Given to Either New or Old Sub scribers for Each Paid Yearly Subscription BEGIN VOTING FOR YOUR FRIENDS Central Labor Union CARNIVALf Sept 7 to19 Inclusive At Brook and Breckinridge Streets Labor Day Parade and Review at Carnival Grounds FERRARI BROS GREAT LONDON CARNIVAL CO14 BIG SHOWS Admission Ten Cents Afternoon and Evening f EXTRA ATTRACTION DIAVOLOIn His Thrilling Feat Loop the LoopMost Hazardous Act Before the American Public SPECIALLY ENGAGED FOR LABOR CARNIVAL +4++++++++++++t++++++++++4 ++ ++++++++++++++++f++++ JAMES SOWDERS 159 West Jefferson Street Fishand Oysters i 33OTII PHOiT1oiS 2803+ ++++++ 4 4 + + + ++++++ ++++ H ttt + +++++ HH++ +e JI t EII lI lI 1 L F E1F Ehklf iE EE I I MllIoollMollllm6llt6ompallllOUSIONERS wes II- Ii ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH ORAN Monuments IIArtistic Work Only Solicits Workshops and Studios Carrara Italy B I WAREROOMSI 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET- s iia IIEti I hfil It lE le 1FtC EYI t EIeE I13 C B THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jefferson St Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed ICapsI Qcof C JOHN M MULLOY DEALER IN SpicesAnd 1 Pond Lily and Home Baking Powder 213 w avtARitEji STITelephone Main 1189 tie f KERSTING JewelerAND Opticianyy 18th and Market StS Phone Main 3854A n u B ri I Ji STiI0KY IRISH AJMERIOAN 9IJ 1 i1X I IIII +4HFI+11IItI HoX 113l 3t1l tI HI+tlJllrHi +dJtllt HOME PHONE 88 j j CUMBERLAND123 S cr BARRETT 7 FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 EAST MAIN STREET With I the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT oHII+HII+H++ 111XI+HIH1+HHHIH +11H1H1Jo LDE3AX Funeral Director and Embalmer rELEPIIONE aooo Carriages For All Occasions 700 E CHESTNUT ST SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOI ON THE eln P Ilumnl15 mllllllll14Y In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Pass urger Agent- C II ROCKWELL Traffic Manager W II McDOEL Preside and General Manager JOHN F UERCELI BUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue- Te1enhot1ch 891 LOUISVILLE KY L PiRMM ANDRIOT 8 SONS WAGONN MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST OREEN ST FOR BEST OLD MKEMA WHISKY CALL UPON SEVENTH AND OAK STS TEN CENTS PER DRINK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out illinois Central Railroa SUMMm HCURSION IICKHS ON SALE TO Grayson Springs Dawson Springs and Cerulean Springs Ky ONLY LINE running through personally conducted Excursion Sleepers to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas Special Low Ono Way and Round Trip Mutes in effect on first and third Tuesdays each month to tho South and Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma Texas etc Best Line to Hot Springs For folder and descriptive matter of California and circulars descriptive of dsln the South and through tickets tall on W JJ McBride City Paw Agent o Mwtheaat corner Fourth and Market or address F W Harlow DP A Louisville k J a u HOPKINS Week Commencing Sunday Matinee Sept 13 BVBRV AFTERNOON AND NI01IT EVA MUDGEThe Military Maid MARTINETTI AND OROSSI Trick Bicyclists Juggling Johnsons club swingers Ray wand Teal black face monologue Four Milous Rader Brothers and THE BIOGRAPH I MAS0N1G THEATER 4th and Chest mit Opp Postoff Ice MATINGES Wednesday Thursday Saturday ORAND REVIVAL OF TilE SUPERB SCENIC DRAMA Two Little Vagrants With Metropolitan Cast including MISS NEVA HARRISON AS FAN FAN A story of love pathos and adventure as originally produced at the Academy of Music New York City BUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY SEPT 13 Matinees Sunday Monday Wednesday Satnrdav FIRST APPEARANCE OF ALKentucky BellesSeven vaudeville acts and big company enchanting singers and dancers WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL LESTER Prop I Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock IaS W OREJBJIC ST STATUE IN PLACE The handsome statue representing St Martin on horseback dividing his cloak with a beggar leas been raised to its position in a niche above the middle door of St Martins church This piece of sculpture has been much admired by those who have seen it- HEATS VICTIM Thomas W Sullivan employed at Henry Lammers grocery Barret avenue died suddenly Tuesday as a result of beat prostration The deceased was thirty live years old and a native of Lawrence Mass He bad no relatives in this city The remains were sent to relatives at Lawrence for burial Mr Sullivan bad been in Louisville only a short while but enjoyed the confidence and respect of all who knew him Among thefew new Paris models tha l buyers have petit over and that have bee already exhibited soft finished taffeta usually gtcel coiMplcueu It makes a wort Mrrkeable and durable frock e I IY HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Help the Ladies Auxiliary- A new division of the Ladies Auxiliary was recently organized at Utica N Y Twenty candidates took the obligation Members of Division 1 are urged to be present at the next meeting to assist in the initiation of the newly elected candi datesThe Ladies Auxiliary of Duluth Minn recently gave a card party for the benefit of St James church realizing a neat sum The State Board has a fine field for a national organizer President Dolan can not well refuse if asked to name one for KentuckyReports from Covington are encourag ing State Secretary Meehan says large gains have been made during the past three months Divisions 1 3 and 4 have accepted the invitations of the Ladies Auxiliary and pledged them substantial support for the coming entertainment Division 3 received four applications and initiated three candidates Monday night The work of the degree team was both pleasing and impressive Four companies of Hibernian Knights will assist in the reception of the Most Rev Archbishop Harty when he visits St Louis during the present month Division 3 had all the officers present Monday night President Cavanaugh and Secretary Pat Welsh are elated over the prospects for this energetic division The State and county officers should soon have the new company of Hibernian Knights under way if they want to make a proper showing next year at St Louis The entire four degrees will be con ferred upon another large class of candi dates at the next meeting of Division 18 Providence where the order is very strongDuring August more than twenty mem bers of the nine divisions in Providence were reported on the sick list This is the highest point known in the history of the order The meeting of Division 1 last Tuesday night was made interesting by addresses by Messrs Newton G Rogers and Rob ert Hagan recently returned from New York and Mexico The election of a successor to Thomas Dolan will take place at the next meeting of Division 1 Tom was a popular official and his host of friends sincerely regret his resignation Next Friday night Division 2 will hold its regular monthly meeting Quite an amount of important business has accu mulated therefore President Con Ford wants every meniber to attend Frank Hogan President of Division 1 of Jeffersonville hits made a splendid record as the division is making steady progress He is the youngest President in Indiana and one of the most popular New Albany Hibernians are justly proud of their division which numbers among its members the best Irishmen of our sister city Their meetings are well attended and interesting and for visitors there is always a cordial welcome Gen James R OBeirne addressed the members of Division 32 New York City last Tuesday night Another feature of interest was the presentation of a gold medal to Matthew Kelly winner of sev eral of the Gaelicganies at Celtic Park The gbld emblem offered the member of Division 3 securing the greatest num ber of new members during the past three months was awarded Patrick Begley who is recognized as one of the most energetic workers the order basin this city PECULIAR CASE An Alleged Escaped Convict From British Prison Under Arrest Irishmen all over the world are anx iously awaiting the outcome of the extra dition proceedings now In progress be tween Great Britain and the United States James Welch alias James Lynche haun is the bone of contention Welch or Lynchehaun whichever his name may be was arrested in Indianapolis two weeks ago ou information furnished by Sergeant Young an English detective Welsh or Lynchehaun has many friends who are fighting against his extradition and a big meeting has been called and Bourke Cochran James Jeffrey Roche Senators Fairbanks and Beveridge and Mayor Boolcwalter of Indianapolis will address those assembled Nine years ago James Lynchehaun then thirtythree years old was a tenant on the estate of Mrs Agnes McDonald in the County Mayo Ireland In that year Mrs McDonald began a wholesale eviction of her tenants In every case they resisted and the constabulary were called into use One day Mrs McDonald armed with two revolvers appeared at the head of a troop of constabulary and proceeded to evict Lynchehaun and his fam fly In the melee that ensued Mrs Mc Donald was knocked down and severely beaten Lynchebaun was arrested ai the culprit and carried to a distant county where he was tried convicted and sentenced to imprisonment for life He was taken to England and incarcerated in Maryborough prison There he served eight years and about one year ago made tits escape and crossed to France From there he came to America English detectives were searching for him in England and Ireland Sergt Young undertook to watch Mrs Lyuche haun He claims he came over to Amer ica in the same ship with her and her children though they were unaware of romttonChicago where he lost tlig trail lIe then employed PinkertofiB to assist him awl they itia claimed traced Mrs R 0- re U i IRISHH SOCIETYDIRECTORYA DIVISION Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings pf Each Month TynanVice Dolan Recording SecretaryMark Ryan Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank IItree- tTreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresldentamesWelcb Recording SecretaryEdward J Kei ranFinancial Secretary John T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Mouth PresidentJohn Cavanaugh Vice PresidentThomas Quinn Recording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Financial Secretary William Burns 807 Twentythird street TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmsPat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy LynchRecording Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnut ReillyTreasurer DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentJohn Kinney PresidentFrank Hogan Vice PresidentFrank Lynch Secretary Jobii G Cole TreasurerMike Kenney Financial SecretaryThomas OHern Y JVT I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Frank F Murphy First Vice PresidentLouis W Born traegerSecond Vice President Hugh Higgins Recording SecretaryGeo F SimonisI Corresponding Secretary Frank G AdamsFinancial SecretaryDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia stree- tTreasurerJoseph Steltenpohl Marshal William Sbaughnessy Inside SentinelRobert Osborne Outside SentinelPat Connolly THE NEW POLICY ISSUED BY The Prudential is a plain and simple promise to pay containing no confusing technicalities Ages 16 to 66 Amounts 500 to 100000 Pull particulars and sample policy at your age gladly furnished free on request to CLARENCE H ZOOKf Speolo1 Ant3334 COURIERJOURNAL BLDQ I BOTH PHONES 3459 BOOKKEEPING Tisght aster etf irt lartraetlra Ho Chugs la Bwis W II TEOMA1T IIPSBT AC60TOTAMT 172 fourth Are Lynchehaun to Indianapolis Sergt Young was notified and be with a Pinkerton man watched the Catholic churches and eventually saw Mrs Lynchehaun as she went to mass on Sunday morning They followed the woman home and the next day entered the house and placed Welch as he calls himself under arrest The affair caused quite a stir and friends of the prisoner ware soon at work to pre vent his extradition On Tuesday last Welch or Lynchebaun was to have had a heating before the United States Com missioner but the case was dismissed on motion of the prosecution The man was immediately rearrested ou a warrant issned by the United States Circuit Court of the district of New York Welch at once signed a petition for a writ of habeas corpus His friends claim they will carry the case to the United States Supreme Court On Thursday the legality of the arres by a Deputy United States Marshal was argued before Federal Judge Baker lie has reserved leis decision RESOLUTIONS Adopted by the Directors of the United Irish League The National Directory of the United Irish League met in Dublin Tuesday with William Redmond M P presid ing The Directors adopted resolutions welcoming the Irish land bill as the mos substantial victory gained by the peopl- for centuries and ascribing the result t the loyalty of Chief Secretary Wyndham the public spirit of the Liberal party and the good will of the landlords Other resolutions adopted urged the tenants to negotiate the purchase of their holdings in a spirit of friendliness The Directors are all well pleased with the present condition of Ireland anif hav great hopes for the future COL OATHS TO MARRY Cards are out announcing the approaching wedding of Col Sid J Gates of this city and Miss Fannie E Blakemore of Blakeland near Smithfield Ky The wedding will take place October 15 Col and Mrs Gates will probably go to Europe on a bridal tour Col Gates has been the General Agent of the Big Four Route In Louisville during the past ten years and is one of tiei most popular railroad men in the country His bride is one of the most charming awl cultivatedl ladies In the State Fa j 1 I IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Owen Nagle a highly respected citizen of Ballymagooly died recently The bazar recently held by the Chris tian Brothers of Dublin netted 90000 An effort is being made to have established a branch of the national school at NenaghMany friends regret the death of Thomas OFlaherty which occurred at Cloyheen recently Patrick Downs a laborer at the Cur ragh County Kildare was beaten to death by persons unknown Patrick Lucy n highly respected citi zen of Cork and formerly of Clondrohid died at his home last week Stephen Mounsey was bitten by a boar at the Roscrea agricultural show and death may ensue as the result St Finbnrs West Total Abstinence Halt has been completed and a concert was given in honor of the opening- J J Traynor a well known hardware merchant died at his residence in Mitch elstown He lesves a wife and family Cardinal Logue has directed the clergy of Ireland to hold special thanksgiving services in honor of Pope Pius Xs elec tionWilliam Forrest who in the early part of the Gaelic athletic movement took an recentlyIni CorkIrish Nationalists In Dublin and Cork are making arrangements for monster demonstrations in honor of Emmets centenaryThe Father John Scanlan who has been appointed parish priest at Birr was given a farewell reception by his congregation at Clougbjordan Constable McCarthy of the County Cork was thrown from his bicycle near Lisdoonoarna and sustained a fracture of the skull His recovery is doubtful An abnormal rainfall in Ireland during the past few weeks has cast a damper over the farming element At present it is impossible to estimate the damage to the cropsJames Ahearne a farmer residing near Kin cor has been missing since the Gaelic games at Clonmel lIe was sixtyfive years old and well to do His friends fear he fell into the River Sulr Councillor James F Barry formerly Mayor of Kilkee recently jumped into the bay and at the risk of his own life rescued Joseph OConnor a member of the Garryowen football club who was in danger of drowning Miss Hannah Dunworth fourth daughter of the late David Dunworth of Adare County Limerick has made her solemn vows as a nun at Marie Reparatrice Con vent in Rome She is the third sister in the same family to join this order Town Councillor Michael Kirwan at Tramore County Waterford while bath ing in the slip heard the cry of a young lady who was being carried out to sea by the undertow and swam to her rescue He succeeded in carrying her ashore and then sank exhausted Both were soon revived and were little the worse for their experienceCouncillor James Myles of Cork was presented with an illuminated address by his friends on the fiftieth anniversary of his birth and twentyfifth anniversary of his wedding The Hon D D Sheehan M P made the presentation speech of the address of congratulation while Al derman John Murphy in behalf of the guests assembled presented both Mr and Mrs Myles with handsome gold Watches and chains Miss Carroll of lessen Hall near Ne nagh gave a grand ball to the tenants and working people on the estate More than 250 invitations were issued and the festivities continued from dusk in the evening till 6 oclock in the morning The Masters Morgan of Lissen Hall gave exhibitions in Irish step dancing At the separation of the guests three cheers were given for the Carroll family J Brady and J Hartigan who have been undergoing penal servitude at Mary borough prison have been released and have returned to their respective homes near Ennis These two men were con victed at the winter assizes in Sligo in 1890 on the charge of having shot at and whothad been installed as caretaker of an evicted farm They were sentenced to twenty years penal servitude and had served thirteen years of the sentence when the order came for their release Their friends were surprised and elated IRISH HOME Suggested For King Edward by an English Cor respondent newspapert dee KingoEdward is about to establish a royal resi dence in Ireland Mr Lambeth how ever admits that the wish is doubtless father to the thought He believes that King Edwards acquisition of a palace castle or even a shooting box on Irish soil would make the conquest of Irish aneEnglishmans opinion of the ease with which Irish hearts are to beconquered FILIPINO PRIESTS Right Rev Dennis T Dougherty Bishop of Nueva Segovia Philippine Is lands who la now on his way to his See will on his arrival there select a certain number of young Filipinos anxious to inter the priesthood and send them to the United States to enter the Catholic Uni versity in Washington and other Catholic colleges The American College at Rome will provide for six students from the Philippines q C C ROE CLEM W HUGQINS ROE HUGGINS ATTORNEYSATLAW Home Phone 2111 341 FIFTH STREET 4 + + + + + 41 + + + + + H+ + + + + + + + t+ ++++ s HICKEYSAMPLE ROOM Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool- M J HICKEY Proprietor Homo Telephone 384 248 W Jof ors OM St H+H t t t tt H + Hett H tt tt t t t t t t t tt t H + t t t JOHN K FRANK 1 WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2090 LOUISVILLE KY +++ tt++Ht t + t t t + + + t + t + t tt t t t +t t t + + tttt t t + FINE WINES CHAMPAGNES AL KOLJB345 West Green Street LIQUORS CIGARS +++444444444 t 44 + t t t A t t t t A1111 t t 1111 t t t t t t t t t t HENRY C LAUER TELEPHONE 1140 Fine Wines and Liquors Livery Boarding Stable 407 E JEFFERSON ST 428 and 430 Branch House 905 Weat Market EAST JEFFERSON STREET New Fall Goods Are Ready ClothingFurnishings FurnishingsAnd oren MenAnd Boys ShoesFor ForEverybody EverybodyLEVY THIRD AND MARKET WinesLiquorsCigars11051E Tom Bennetts EXCHANGE BEST 4 YEAR OLD WHISKEY 2 PER GAL WARM LUNCH ALL DAY N E Cor Preston and Jefferson HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street RATES VIA BIO FOUR Col Sid J Gates the genial General Agent of the Big Four route in this city announces hunters rates with long return limits via the Big Four route to Arkansas Louisana Missouri Wisconsin and Michigan Tickets to many points in the above named territory are now on sale Col Gates also announces one way colonist tickets at very low rates to Washington Oregon Idaho Montana Utah and British Columbia These tickets will be on sale daily till November 30 Round trip tickets to Denver Pueblo and Colorado Springs will be told for one fare plus fifty cents on account of the meeting of the Brotherhood of St An drew These tickets will be on sale from October B to 7 They will be good for return leaving destination on date of execution not earlier than October 0 nor later than October 31 For full partiqu tars as to rates call upon or address S J Gates General Agent Rig Four route Louisville Ky o 0 SMOKE and ENJOY COONEY KENNEDYS CIGARSThey Are The Best Brands Made IMonarch American lien DeWet FLORA DE CASTILLO Finest 10 Cent Cigar Made 120 Z 5r Main sstroet Wall Border and Ceiling PapersONE PRICE GO TO R0 M CULLEYS CUT RATE wallll JlflerflousFOR YOUR Wail Paper1383 SEVENTH ST NEAR OAK QO TO PioneerBotflinFOR House s STRAIGHT WHISKIES n BIG JUG AT DOOR J J P DANT913 WEST BROADWAY near Union Statloa LOW EXCURSION RATES FROM LOUISVILLE VIA southern RailwayU 1eCOLORA-DO 1 SPRINGS and return on flsale dally 31stss ing Oct 1595 ASHEVILLE and HOT SPRINGS N C and return on sale daily long return limit low rates to other resorts in the beautiful Land of the Sky charmingMountain Carolina Land of the Sky Booklet application 4905SaltEl Paso Texas and return On sale daily up to Sept 30th good returning October 31stFor folders and complete information address C H Hungerford Dist Pass Agent Louisville Ky G B Allen Asst Genl Pass Agent St Louis Mo H B Spencer Genl Manager St Louis Mo BIG FOUR ROUTE TO IndianapolisPeoria CHICAGOAND AW POINTS IN INDIANA and MICHIGANr BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River QFPICENo SJ QAODIOJS t 4iWARRENWM P DEPPK A GP A CINCINNATI 0 v1 Ii r NTUOKY XRJ8H A1 273 RIOAN ON COALI- tis hardly necessary to suggest that you prepare to fill your coal house Our Coal fa clean burns free from clinkers and hold fire overnight Pittsburgh 4lh Pool Lump 25 Bushels 325r Pittsburgh 4th Pool Lump 100 Bushels 1300 PACIFIC CO Phones 1821 2686 CHAS L CRUSH Mgr 452 W Jefferson St Kentucky Stove and Tinware Co j Wholesale and Retail Dealers in I Stoves Ranges Mantels Stove j Fittings Tinware Granite Ware j MOTTS FURNACES AND KETTLES FRANK McDONOGH Manager 705 W Main Street 3 oooooo GEHER SON217 Market Street Near Second North Side New Store Just Opposite Old Stand Stoves i RangesHOUSE FURNISHING GOODS AND KITCHEN SUPPLIES OUR SPECIALTY Stoves and Ranges made in Louisville d sI For 6i Goodness Sake IIIII- IIIIIIIEat Mothers Bread1 III IHI il m U mUeveryWway nI grocer and if lhe cant furnish it s tisL IILS II I ts8tWATHENS Ice Cream and Sherbets = A HAVE THREE STRONG POINTS r iTryJ ishipped as far as 400 miles S HOME TELEPHONES 2144 AND 3968 ETjj629 EIGHTH t = STATIONERS PRINTERS BINDERS BOOKs EILERS COAL The Bradley Gilbert Co INCORPORATED Blank Boot Paper Box Manufacturers RepKiinlattm 1 the Hammond Typewriter for Kentucky Typewrite supnllei Ribbon etc for all Machines Cor Third art Green Sts LOUISVILLE KY IINOSAzar People5xFor BU5Ines Good Employment and Success eM CALL Oil WRITE roe null INFORMATION s Mien idlll Butlc sfxnt AND llldldigMAIN STREETS umin Business College Pfrwww 1 DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN Dougherty Keenan I UNDERTAKERS 9 W 1225 West Market Street Bett Twelfth and Thirteenth HO3VXE TJB xEjrJHOOVE All Culls Promptly Attended to Day 1240IIriages Furnished for All D Dougherty Home Telephone 2916 J lJo kKrepnraesr it TNT eHf pesr dar Penmani SIrorlhan Q AzAFt- egra W ljlurllinf s 212krard 7ry 3e a 9rtlftJSeven experienced teachers each one a dpecUlitt in Ma line We are now in our MW home N E Cor Second and Walnut streets The finest and bet arranged School IwlMJng in the South VWtor always year artyeats ors enter at any time X 1WRIGHTProdd nt aJa a I I ntnnnnnnnntnUntnnnnl I Masonic I TheaterSunday 1 Sept 207J- UilliiilllliUtilliliIi0i8ilUiU GRAND TURNOUT calior Unions Made a Splendid Appearance in Their An nual Parade The Streets Were Crowded With SightSeers and March ing1 Mon Carnival Is Proving a Great At traction to People f- All Classes I UNIFORMS WERE TASTEFUL AND NEAT Labor day was gloriously celebrated by the trades unions of Louisville last Monday It was a national State and local1 holiday Hammer and saw were laid aside and the men who wield them too a day off to celebrate the fact that they live in a land where the dignity of honest labor is appreciated While the parade in the afternoon was the main feature of the celebration there were hundreds o workingmen who took their wives and families to the parks and enjoyed a day in the cool shade of the beautiful trees Early Monday morning bright faced intelligent men jauntily attired hurried J hither and thither through the streets making final arrangements for the afternoons parade All were in good humor and well behaved By noon the street in the central part of the city were thronged with thousands of menial neat uniforms each union apparently trying to outdo the other in neatness and taste Then came the sightseers crowding here and there and all seeking points of van tage front which to view the parade It is estimated that 12000 men representing a hundred unions were in the line of march and it is certain that ten times as many people viewed the parade from the sidewalks Taken as a whole the turnoutt was not only creditable but the largest and best since the local labor day parades were inaugurated The various unions assembledon Jef ferson and intersecting streets from Thir teenth to Ninth The sun shone merci lessly but it prevented very few iron marching the full distance Promptly at 2 oclock the word of command was given and the columns began to move At th head rode Chief Marshal William Sweet ney and his aides Ira P Jones Edward Weissert John Fuchs and John Stephens Immediately behind rode Col Sebastian Guntber commanding squadron o mounted police in full dress uniforms In the rear of the police were the car riages containing officers of Central Labor Union several city officials and repre sentatives of the press The parad- passed e up Jefferson to Firth street thence to Market to Hancock to Jefferson t Third to Breckinridge and thence to Floyd street where the marchers entered1 the carnival grounds Many of the uni forms were unique while all were neat and tasteful The amalgamated steell and metal workers wore tin belts and carried tin parasols The candy makers carried candy canes while the barbers wore fern and carnation bouquets As a rule the marchers wore lightcolored shirts and dark trousers Occasionally this was varied by unions who wore blue flannel shirts and light trousers The carnival grounds where the parade ended were jammed with union men fromI the time the procession ended until after 10 oclock The attendance during the entire week has been good A number of Louisville merchants and manufact urers have creditable displays in booths at the carnival grounds but the main inter est appears to center in the amuseuen- features Speedy the high diver continues to be the wonder and delight olt the small boy Ferari Brothers wild animal show also attracts crowds in th afternoon aud evening Bears lions another d ferocious beasts are well handled by their fearless trainers to the grea amusement of the sightseers Then ther is the stadium where aerialists jugglers magicians etc perform wonderful feats In another Booth is Mamie the fire dancer and again there is a dog and pony show cyclers who ride on a circular track at an angle of fortyfive degrees The loop the loop is one of the tin teresting exhibits It makes the hair of spectators stand erect to see Diavolo shooting around on the big wheat Last but by no means least is the German villager where the tired and thirsty sight seers sit down to rest and refresh themselves The carnivali will continue all next week Today the orphans of the Palls Cities asylums will be admitted free oC cMrg I U j Itttttttt1tt1ttt1tttttt11tt1tt1t1ttttttttt1t1tt1t11tJ1 ROBERT EMMET CENTENARY M M wrM UNDER AUSPICES OF TIIEM Ladies AuxiliaryAB OHI EXCELLENT MUSIC STIRRING ORATIONS = The programme to be rendered will be highclass in 3every respect and will include vocal and = instrumental solos by fine artists = M GENERAL ADMISSION 25 CENTS = Seats can be secured at the Masonic Theater box office Rogers Book Store =John Mulloys and Dougherty Keenaus =M LIIIIIIIIIIt IIIIItttltitttlllttlllltUlltlllI lIttl ttIttI 111111111111111111I WELL PLEASED Aro Members of Irish Parlla moutons Party With 1NewPope The members ot the Irish Parliament ary party are delighted with the cordial reception given their representative Sir Thomas Esmonde by His Holiness Pope Pius X This representative of the Irish people was received in private audience and when he started to kneel Pius X raised him up and made him sit beside him on a chair Sir Thomas Esmoude presented the congratulations of the Irish Parliamentary party which were generously x received by the Pope who said he had a sincere and lasting affe tion for the Irish people lie added that he wished them every happiness Sir Thomas Esmonde traces his descent from a Norman knight who joine the English invasion of Ireland in 1172 He is fortyone years old and inherits an estate of 8000 acres 1RECENT DEATHS hayke been offered to Mr and Mrs Fred Dctt linger of Jeffersonville whose infant son died on Tuesday The litll one was buried in the Catholic cemetery fat Jeffersonville on Wednesday It was with deep regret that the many friends in Louisville heard of the death at Muncie Ind of Thomas Holden Jr the iinfant son of Thomas Holden and NanuySheehy Holden both formerly o Louisville The little one was brought to this city for burial The funeral took place from the residence of Matt Cassin 1810 Bollingcageque on Sunday after noonMiss 1 Carrie Ginter daughter of Joseph Ginter died at the family residence 114 Union street New Albany Saturday night She had been ill a long time and1 suffered from pulmonary trouble The deceased was the daughter of Joseph Glitter Street Commissioner of New Albany and was highly respected The funeral took place from St Marys church at 9 oclock Tuesday morning tMrs Jane Murphy an esteemed lady o the West End died at the residence of her son Joseph J Murphy 2326 Maple street on Tuesday The deceased was seventyfive years jold and was the mother of Joseph and Martin Murphy wetI known contractors The funeral took place from the Sacred Heart church at 9 largee circle af acquaintances attended the services and followed the remains to their last resting place sucfwidespread sorrow as that of Mrs Mary J Albers which Decoyed at the family residence 1407 Hull street last Sunday tweutysiez Albers She wash sister of Martin andI andoy ashort time and suffered from a mallg cant attack of typhoid fever The de ceased was a most estimable Christian young woman and was noted for her charity and devotion to people in distress The funeral took place from St Aloysius church Tuesday morning A large circle of friends and acquaintances followed the remains to their last resting place The heartfelt sympathy of the whole com munity goes out to the bereaved husband and family of the deceased DEDICATION ANNIVERSARY To the Editor of Tfcq Kentucky IrishAmericans On last Sunday the first Lords day of September St Patricks church with appropriate ceremonial and fitting music celebrated the fifteenth anniversary of itsI solemn dedication to the service of AI mighty God Oneof the assistant priests thte occasion St Patricks church is one of the oldest Catholic places of worship in our fair city for Englishspeaking people havIneg true God fearing zealous men placed over it as pastors and Ito people have generosityt cxecelled God bless them one and all Esto perpetua Je the wish of J A C JSJMCHICAaO AND RETURNJ8eO The Monon route will sell tickets from Louisville to Chicago and return at f8- on September aad28 limited returning to October 2 OH account of the Chicago Centennial September 26 to October J Trains leave Louisville via Monon route from Union Station Tenth and Broadway 8t730 am and Q plm comprising nlpmentIacoscheepullman drawiroroom sleepers Pull information by1ct9iononmute rFnjt PROGRAMME For the Coming Session of the Grand Council Young loons Institute Grand Initiation Will Tape Place at St Anthonys Hall Business Sessions Will Bo Hold at Trinity Councils hullc ALLal George J Lautz Grand Secretary and Treasurer of the Young Mens Institute and Secretary of the joint committee arranging for the coming Grand Council of the Kentucky jurisdiction has sent a circular letter to the various councils ad preparedefor the sessions to be held ill Louisville on September 20 21 and 22 The first feature of the sixth Grand Council will be the grand initiation which will be held at St Anthonys Hall Twentythird and Market streets at 2 oclock sharp Sunday afternoon Septem fher 20 The three degrees Institute Rank Y M I will be conferred on a large class Candidates are expected from every council in the State A team from Satolli Council will confer the first degree A team from Trinity Council will confer the second and a team from Mackin Council will confer the third Visiting members will be present from other cities in Kentucky Tennessee In diana and Ohio On Monday morning the delegates and visiting members will assemble at the Willard Hotel at 830 oclock and proceed to St Aloysius church on Payne street near Cooper where high mass will be celebrated at 0 oclock After mass the delegates will proceed to Trinity Coun fells club house 718 East Gray street where the Grand Council will hold its first business session A second session will be held in the afternoon and at nightl the delegates and visitors will be tendered a reception at the Athletic Club Fifth and Zane streets On Tuesday morning and afternoon the Grand Council will continue its business sessions concluding with the election of officers At 8 oclock in the evening the Grand Council will be brought to a close delegathat the Willard councils are making elaborate prepara tions to entertain the visitors and every thing points to a successful meeting of the grand body CouncilIa Harry Colgan who has resigned owing to the fact thot he is about to leave the city Mr Colgan has a splendid position with the Standard Oil Company and a recent promotion is responsible for his removal from Louisville At the meeting held Monday night George Perry John J Crotty James Perry and William Mc Nally were placed in nomination for the Presidency Any one of them will make an able successor to Mr Colgan Every member of the council is expected to be present to take part in the election After the business meeting a sociall session will be held to bid farewell to the departing President Mactiu Council held a well attended meeting Tuesday night Owing to the extremely hot weather only routine buslI ness was transacted Six applications for membership were received and five j new members were elected The tary was instructed to write Secrejj thanks to the Kentucky Irish American and the daily papers for favorable notices of the tenth anniversary of Mackin Council XI I His Holiness Pope Pius X is sitting for his portrait which is being painted by H J Thaddeus a celebrated Irish I portrait painter It was through the good offices of Cardinal Moran that Mr Thaddeus was allowed the privilege of being the first to portray the new Pope GRAND OUT OP TOWN EXCURSION Sunday Sept 13 Dig tour Route to the Indiana gas belt Special train leaves Seventhstreet Union depot at 7 oclock a in Returning train arrive at Louisville at 1140 pm Extremely low round trip rates as follows Rushville 11lji Knight town 11 i Anderson 125 Alex Mria J125 MarionI60Ticketson ale atcity office 869 Itourth avenue and at depot SIGtee General Agent C NICBOSLERSHOTEL S E Cor Second and Jefferson American and European Plan MODERN IN EVERY RESPECT NEWLY FURNISHED THROUGHOUT Home Phone 1941 Fine Lunch Day and Night LOUIS LILLI KY TH6GliaSflR006rsBOOKGOlSf gf the business are now prepared to furnish all kinds of Xf I BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES IOP EVERY DESCRIPTION g- g PICTURE FRAMING A d FINE PORTRAITS OF POPE SPECIALTYJ5bS5 W+ + + + + + + + + Cumbo Phone plain 1913 Home Phone 1913 trH GEORGE WIEDEMANN UBREWING COMPANYS- OI r LIy73I117CED Draught andBottled BeersSold at All All Leading Bars and Cafes RENOWNED FORPURITY STRENGTH AND EXCELLENT FLAVOR GRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky ++ HMHMMMHM t SPECIAL MondayAugust putincentsALL WORK GUARANTEED FOR ONE YEAR J BRUNNJEWELER e Old Gold and Silver bought and exchanged 530 W Market opp Eckert Hotel M M M M +1f++H 4 +M HH K+f+ +++ + H +M H H +++++++++++ FRflNK PEHR BREWING 60INCORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE IKY 4+tMMMMMMf+ tMHM +++++++ + H + + t++ EAT A BRICK Cuseadens oftIce Cream H + t 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