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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r KINTUCKY2 r VOLUME XINO 12 LOUISVILLESATliItDAY SEPTEMBER 19 1903 PRICE FIVE CENTS IRISH HEARTS Will Throb in Response to the Name and Fame of Rob ert Emmet Ladies Auxiliary Arrange toI Celebrate Centenary of Martyrdom Excellent Literary and Musical Programme For Sunday Night LOCAL ARTISTS AND IRISH MUSIC The Ladies Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians met at Hibernian Hall Wednesday night and completed arrangements for the celebration of the centenary of Robert Emmets execution which will be held at the new Masonic Theater tomorrow night The members were present in large numbers aud all were enthusiastic over the forthcoming entertainment So well had the ladies performed their work that little was to be done save hearing the reports of the various committees Miss Mary Cavanaugh the President presided The following new members were elected Misses Mary J Joyce Anna RUm and Lizzie Callahan Mesdames David Welsh and William Kelly The application of Miss Mary Concannon was received David OConnell and John H Hennessey made addresses en couraging the ladies in their work and promising the hearty support of the gentlemen The entertainment com mittee announced the programme ar ranged for the centenary celebration A glance at the list of performers is a guar antee that the entertainment will be successful from a literary and musical r standpoint Not the least attractive feature will be the childrens chorus which will open the entertainment with a patriotic song Green White and Gold These chil dren about two score in number are of Irish parentage and have been trained by Miss Mayme Keenan during the pastI I two weeks Their singing promises to i be a pleasant surprise to their parents au8tlielelpablter illderasaaw jawea=tJ- t rFitzgerald who will deliver the address on Robert Emmet hardy needs au introduction to people of Louisville Although he has lived in Louisville com i paratively a short time his grace and eloquence as a speaker particularly on Irish topics have made him a universal favorite Joseph Metzger a blind cornetist will 1 be accompanied byj Miss Anna Orr also blind a pianist from the Kentucky Institute for the Blind Both are popular in local musical circles and never fail to please Mrs William T Meehan an 1 old favorite in local IrishAmerican cir 1j cles will sing The Last Words of t Emmet Al Barrett who will sing Killarney has a pleasing baritone I voice of great power Little Miss May j Hussey will recite The Vision of St 1 Dominic I Miss Josephine Hoertz one of Louis vllles best known and most popular singers will render Come Back to Erin Thomas D Clines a young elocutionist- of rare ability will recite Robert Emmets speech from the dock A I selected quartet has been engaged to sing a medley of Irish airs Their performance will be a pleasant surprise to the audience Fare Thee Well will be rendered by John Green a well known vocalist and Miss Julia Kelly who has done much to aid in making the celebration J a success will sing My Wild Irish Rose The accompanists during the evening will be Miss Mamie Keenan and Mrs Fred Harig Jr organist and director of t St Mary Mrgdalens church choir The finale will be a grand chorus Who Fears to Speak of 98 by the Ladies Auxiliary Montenegro Riehm have kindly i loaned a piano for the evening The tickets are only twentyfive cents and no extra Charge will be made for reserved seats which may be procured at John MnHoya coffee store 214 West Market street The Ladies Auxiliary deserves great credit for arranging such an excellent programme on short notice and as this is the first entertainment giyen under their auspices it should be well attended These patriotic women are striving to inculcate a greater feeling of patriotism among the young and old Every true Irishman should do his utmost to help i make the affair a success financially as I well as socially The divisions of Jeff onvilleand New Albany have both received invitations from the ladies to attend and it is ex pected they will be present In full strength The news has reached this office that County Treasurer Barney Coll and Police Commissioner Jack Murphy and President Dan Walsh and Con Mc Barron will head big delegations from the sister cities BRANCH 25 TOCELEBRATElj l Branch 26 Catholic Knights of Amer I lea made up of members of St Johns church are preparing to celebrate its j twentyfifth uhiversary on October 26 The new officersof Branch 25 are William T JHeebaMi President Ii DominicBax retryiaDCiaIManureeaurer DISABILITY FUND Discontinued by Central Com niittco of Catholic Knights of American i J WarJc afwEntortainmont Com mittee Continues to Make Favorable Progress Trustee McGinn Gave Figures- to Correct Erroneous Impression MORE RICKETS WERE DISTRIBUTED The Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America held its regular monthly meeting at St Marys school hall on Friday night Vice President Patrick Holly presided during the even ing although President Michael Reichert came in while the meeting was in session Joseph P McGinns resolution to discon tinue the disability fund was read for the second time The resolution advocated that all moneys in the future be kept in a general fund so that they could be used whenever desired for any and all pur poses On motion of John J Score seconded by Jonathan Thickstun the resolution was adopted Mr McGinn in behalf of the Enter tainment Committee of which he is Chairman stated that the committee had decided to give a dramatic entertainment at St Marys Hall on October 12 He made a detailed report on the distribution of tickets rehearsal of performers the painting of hangers by President Reich ert and the fact that the management of the entertainment had been put in charge of Messrs Ben Speaker and Michael Reichert It was also announced that the Very Rev Father Westerman had consented to deliver a brief address before the dramatic entertainment Secretary Martin reported on the num ber of tickets distributed and stated that several branches had paid for their al loted number Newton G Rogers stated that 21 had already been paid for tickets and he thought that each member of the Central Committee could dispose of twenty five tickets lie said he had every tfrDett ethaf0 iue armittte- would clear 250 on the entertainment- as the expenses would be comparatively small Mr Rogers argued that by keeping i the money In the general fund it could be disposed of to the best interests- of the order and that if a worthy member tbecame afflicted or disabled the commit ttee could keep him in good standing During the evening 170 additional tickets were distributed among the members of tthe committee The committee on directory reported that owing to the work on the entertainment the directory would have to wait for awhile C A Hill reported progress in behalf of the committee on organization Supreme Trustee McGinn gave facts and figures to correct the erroneous im pression held by some people who claimed that the Catholic Knights of Americas assessments were too high He took the case of W E Clark recently deceased who entered the order in 1879 and who during his twentyfour years of membership paid into the order 78462 In assessments dues and per capita taxes in return for his policy of 2000 Mr McGinns remarks were Indorsed by Messrs Thickstun and Veeneman Messrs Mc Ginn DIgnan and Aud were appointed a committee to draft resolutions on the death of Mr Clark who was a member of the committee and to have Father Raffo celebrate requiem mass for the repose of his soul After a discussion of matters pertaining to the interest of the order the meeting adjourned After the Central Committee adjourned- the Entertainment Committee met with Messrs McGinn Rogers Seibert Hill Veeneman Falk Soeder Schalda Score Thickstun Neuhaus Goby and Martin in attendance Messrs Martin Schalda Score and Veeneman were appointed a committee to place tickets on sale in various parts of the city The committee on advertising reported progress As there was no further business on hand the committee adjourned to meet at Mr Rogers office at 8 oclock tonight MIKE TYNANS TRIP Mike Tynan the popular Deputy Bailiff of the Police Court left yesterday for a ten days trip to Baltimore Washington i New York and other points in the East Mr Tynan has been Deputy Bailiff dur ing the past six years and this is his first vacation in that time His friends eIlieve that he has earned the rest He isI President of Division 1 Ancient Order i of Hibernians and will visit several of the divisions during his trip East His brother accompanied him I DAN SAVED BOY Patrolman Dan Sheehan one of the most modest men on the eis lame as the result of an act of heroism Last I Saturday night Patrolman Sheehan swa little boy fall in front of a rapidly mov- Ing street car Without thinking of the J consequences to himself the policeman I jumped for the child and ragged him from the track is the nick of time In saving the child Mr 3hehan acraptd bis knee on the pavementt Although lame j lie contingedto patrol hlabeat- M I LADIES AUXILIARY woRKERs I n MRS MARGARET FOLEY MISS MAY IIUSSEV MISS MARY SHERIDAN C J It MISS MAMIE KEENAN MISS JENNIE MEVOY MISS JULIA KELLY MISS ELLA OCONNELL I GRAND EUCHRE To Be Given by the Ladles Auxiliary of the Charity Club A big euchre will be given at Bertrand Hall Tuesday afternoon andevening under the auspices of the Ladies Aux iliary of the Charity Club The games will be called promptly at 230 in the afternoon and at8 oclock at night Forty handsome prizes will be awarded the winners of the games Refreshments will beserved both during the afternoon and night Those who do not care to play euchre will be entitled to refresh ments upon presentation of their tickets During the afternoon ten of the hand some prizes will be awarded and the remainder will be awarded In the evening when a record breaking crowd is expected to attend The ladies have worked earnestly to make the affair a success and as the proceeds are to be devoted to a worthy purpose the euchre should be well patronized Members of the Charity Club will keep tally of the various euchre games HAPPILY MARRIED John P Mackey and Mlaa Katie Spell man were married at St Patricks church at 3 oclock Thursday afternoon the offidutugThe i Mild Mr Mackey b a ittachttt in the fire departments repair slop After a wedding trip oftent deyt3trMad Mrs Mackey will be at home to theirfriends at 1940 Portland avenu- eDEVOUT CATHOLICS Will Make a Pilgrimage to the Grave of Monsignor Boucher A number of the devout Catholics of Louisville have arranged to make a pile grimage to the grave of the late Monsig nor Bouchet at Nazareth Academy next Thursday On that day had he lived Father Bouchet would have celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of his ordination He died on April 12 last but his faithfml children have not forgotten his faithful work among them and will in their hum ble way strive to honor his memory by making this pilgrimage to his grave A train has been chartered and will leave the Union station at Tenth and Broad way at 730 oclock sharp returning to Louisville before 6 oclock in the even- Ing The Rev Fathers Rock Schuh mane and sevaral other priests will assist In the pilgrimage On reaching Nazareth a solemn mass of requiem will be celebrated after which the faithful will march in procession to Father+ Bouchers grave where prayers for the repose of his soul will be said twentyfiveceubgive their names either o Father Rock at the Cathedral rectory or to Mrs David Welsh 682 Sevenths street Pattoaltc our advertiKM I 1r SUDDEN DEATH Of Mrs Margaret Welch Is a Cause For General- Rellret Mrs Margaret Welch an aged and re spected member of St Patricks congre 1 gation was found dead in bed at her j home 1916 High street Thursday morn ing She retired in herusual good health j on Wednesday night but when one of her sons went to awaken her the following J morning he found her cold in death 1 Mrs Welch was born in Ireland sixty yearsago and came to America when quite a young woman She spent the greater part of her life in Louisville Two sons are left to mourn her loss Pa trolman John Welch and Edward Welch The funeral will take place from St Pat ricks church this morning Mrs Welcn was noted for her charity and Christian life She was in every j sense a good old fashioned Irish mother Her sons have received many expressions of sympathy from their friends end acquaintances WELCOMED AT JEFPERSONYILLE L Thomas Dignan John J Score and ephP McGinn of the Central Com mittee of the Catholic Knights of America visited the Jeffersonville branch 1 Wednesday night in the interest of the order and were accorded a royal welcome each of theihree gentlemen made brief remarks which were responded to by- IMi1bersOf the JeffftrtoaTille branch G tic L J MARRIED COUPLES Have Increased Their Votes in the Worlds Fair Contest John H Hennessey and Wife Still Hold First Place in Race Growing Interest Shows Several Changes in the Standing This Week GOOD TINE FOR FOUR PEOPLE During the past week interest in t Kentucky Irish Americans Worlds Pa contest seems to have gained new life andas a result several of the married couples have added materially to their votes John H Hennessey and wife have increased their lead while Mr and Mrs Dan McKenna still hold second place although increasing their vote by more than 200 Messrs and Mesdames Thos Dolan Mike Reichert and John J Sullivan are tie for third place each couple having Increased their original vote by 100 While the unmarried ladies and gentlemen have not sent in any ballots it is known that several of them are saving their strength for a later date All seem to realize that the Kentucky Irish American has made a very liberal offer to those who desire to take advantage of it It is to be hoped that unmarried folks will1 send in their additional ballots next weekNo formal notice is necessary for those who desire to enter their friends in the contest For the benefit of those have not read the offer made it may well to say that the Kentucky Irish American in its first issue in July offered the following prizes A trip to the Worlds Fair at St Louis next year with free transportation to and from St Lou and a week at the Linden Hotel to the most popular married couple to the most popular single lady and to the most popular single gentleman the test of popularity in each case to be the number 2Avotes cast for them throusrh the Ke- q p1 I IrWhile the contest Is open to all without reference to creed or nationality this offer is especially interesting Irish Americans owing to the fact that the Ancient Order of Hibernians will hold their national convention it St Louis next year and just at the time when the Kentucky Irish Americans prizewinners will reach the Mound City The only conditions are that contestants send fin their ballots clipped from the Kentucky Irish American Each new subscriber Iis entitled to fifty votes with every dollar paid in advance and all old subscribers in arrears are entitled to fifty votes for each dollar paid inThose who wish to vote can cast these fifty votes on each dollar for a married couple or for the single lady or single gentleman but no person can vote for two persons on the same ballot except when voting for a man and his wife The contestants and their standing to date are as follows MARRIED COUPLE John H Hennessey and wife9D- an pp McKenna and wife30Tho- mas 2 Dolan and wife 150 Michael Reichert and wife 150 John J Sullivan and wife15Th-omas 0 D Claire and wife 100 John Meagher and wife 50 Pat F McCarthy and wife 60 Joseph P McGinn and wife 50 Harry Brady and wife 60 SINGLE LADY Mamie Reilly 100 Alice Walsh b0 Julia Kelly 60 Mary Cavanaugh b Margaret Norton 60 Katie Henley 60 Annie Luckert t 60 SINGLE ONTLMAN John Cavanaugh10ra- nk J McDonogh 62 Louis Dngan 6U Ed Dalton Si Tom Camfield by Lieut Tom Fltzgibbons 5p Dave Burke b0 RaldyJohn b 50 Will McNally bQ James Hand 50 Ed Toomey 4 60 Tom Furlong 60 MOINN WAS WORKED A party of Hibernians and their reoII spective wives from that section of theII city known as Limerick journeyed down to Shawnee beach Sunday to watch the multitude disport in the waters of the Ohio What was their surprise whe athey saw a manly form inclosed in green and white bathing suitbreastin t the waves and doing all manner of fancy stunts but not close enough to shore tallow 3 his features to be recognized TheJ Limerick people wanted to know who this patriotic fellow was who wore th white and green Ill get himsaid Carley Callahan and he whistled the Boyne Water In less lime than it takes to tell it Joseph p McGinn was on shore wanting to lick some one Then he foundcut that iIt WM only one of his Hibernian friend 1 who had coaxed him from the sport he war enjoying u R ci GRAND COUNCILII I Of the Y M I Kentucky Juris diction Opens Tomorrow I Joint Initiation Will Bo Held and Many Councils Will Assist Friendly Rivalry Between Can didates For the VarI- ous Offices BUSINESS OR MONDAY AND TUESDAY YoungMensmeets in this city tomorrow Monday and Tuesday and there is every Indication meetingsessions of the Grand Council will be held at Trinity Hall on Gray street near Shelby Several entertainments have been planned for the delegates and other visiting members during their stay In LouisvilleThe function at which the dele gates and visiting members will assist will be the joint initiation which will be held at St Anthonys school hall Twentythird and Market streets tomorrow afternoon The three degrees of the Institute rank will be conferred upon a llininitiation A select team from Satolli Council will confer the first degree a similar team from Trinity will confer the second and the third degree will be conferred by a team from Mackin Council The supbe t been Invited to attend the Robert Emmet centenary celebration in the evening and will doubtless be present in large numbers as the featuresof the celebration- is will be Interesting and instructive to all On Monday morning the delegates and visitors will meet at the Willard Hotelat 830 oclock sharp and from there proceed to St Aloysius church on Payne street near Cooper where mass will be E b 1 5AfA services at the churchtIthe delexatesrlll marchtoTrintyILaIl where the opening business session will beheld A second session will be held in the afternoon and at night all will be given a grand reception at the Athletic Club Fifth and Zane streets Another business session will be held on Tuesday at which tine the new officers of the Grand Council will be elected Great Interest is being manifested in particularlyforThe avowed candidates for the Presidency are Joseph Cassidy of Phil Sheridan Council at Bellevue and James B Kelly of Trinity Council Louisville William OConnor of Satolli Council who was spoken of some time ago as a prospective candidate has declined to enter the race Both Mr Kelly and Mr Cassidy are good men and earnest workers in the order Either would make an acceptable and Cassidysfriendsof the State is entitled to the office now while Mr Kellys friends believe that Trinity Council is entitled to It The friends of both candidates are making a spirited fight for their respective leaders The race for Grand Secretary Treasurer appears to be between George J Lautz the incumbent and John B Shannon of Barry Council at Lexington Friends of the latter believe that the Bluegrass members of the order are entitled to see SecretaryTreasurer who energydisplayed 0has earned another term Both gentle men are capable and the election of either will be a credit to the order in Kentucky President Will Perry has appointed the following committees On LawsAugustus J Bizot of Mackin Council William OConnor of Satolli YoungUOn CredentialsS A Noe of Council 1G2 Chairman Jacob F Jonas of Coun cil 206 and James J OBrien of Council 144 0This year there will be four more dele gates than last year and two new coun cits one at Bardstown and one at Owens boro Two others will soon be organized one at Maysville and one at Henderson The closing feature of the Grand Council will be a banquet at the Willard Hotel hat 8 oclock on Tuesday evening Angus t tus J Bizot will preside as toastmaster Clarence H Zook will welcome the guests to the banquet table after which inagoodgToastmaster Augustus J Bizot will start the speech- making The following toasts will be responded to 5 AhmanaeOur Order Joseph A Casedp- Our Country Joseph E Piazza WUIPerryOur CooneytTheBarrytjoiaiasinging tywillbetl- C h I 11t iONTUOKY JRISH AMIICAPT KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflNe Devoted to the Moral end Social Advancement of all Irlfc Americans IKENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY gc I Hntored at the Louisville Postofflce as SecondClass Matter Addicts all Contanalcatlonstotbe KENTUCKY UNION IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Qrecn Streett tiTRADESI I U1iEl COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KYSATURDAY SEPTEMBER 19 1903 DEMOCRATIC TICKET e State Governor J C W BECKHAM Lieutenant Governor- W P THORNE Auditor- S W HAGER Treasurer H M BOSWORTH Attorney General- N B HAY- SSecretary of State H V MCHESNEY Superintendent of Public Instruction- J H FUQUA SR Commissioner of Agriculture HUBERT VREELAND Clerk of Court of Appeals- J MORGAN CHINN Railroad Commissioners First District MD FERGUSON Second District C C MCHORD Louisville and Jefferson County Judge of Jefferson Circuit Court Criminal I Branch JOSEPH PRYOR Judge ol 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 THOMAS R GORDON Judge of Jefferson Circuit Court Common Pleas Branch Division No 3 t UPTON W MUIR YIClerk of the Jefferson Circuit Court WILLIAM L WELLER JR Commonwealths Attorney Jefferson Circuit Court JOSEPH M HUFFAKER slate Senator Thirty seventh District LABAN PHELPS For the Legislature Fort fourth District HERMAN D NEWCOMB Fortyfifth District JOHN M LETTERLE Fortysixth District CHRIS MUELLER Fortyseventh District LAWRENCE REICHERT Fortyeighth District JAMES P EDWARDS Fortyninth District H P MDONALD Fiftieth District J C OCONNOR Fiftyfirst District THOMAS DREWRY For Constable of Eighth Magisterial Dls trlct A B HACKEL CHANGE OF FRONT One hundred years ago today Robert Emmet the youthful Irish patriot was sentenced to be hanged and quartered One hundred years ago today he made his speech from the dock that speech which will live as a masterpiece of oratory as long as the English language will continue to be read or spoken One hundred years ago tomorrow the sentence of the English court was carried out and Emmet died that his country which he loved better than his life might live His body lies in an unmarked grove No epitaph is graven on stone to mark where the hero lies buried But better far his name and fame are enshrined in the hearts of Irish men Irish women and Irish chit dren the world over Who then would have a monument of crum bUng marble or perishable bronze when his memory lives in the minds U and the hearts of his people The cause for which Emmet died the freedom of Ireland from the galling British yoke is still i dear to the hearts of the Irish i people whether sojourning afar n off or at home in Ireland The warfare has never ceased and please God it never will cease t until Ireland is a nation once j again True the weapons of warfare may have changed somewhat t since Emmets time but the t new weapons have been none the t 1ICM effective Physiologists teach us that the heart is the engine that4- p = keeps life in our bodies Strike at the heart and you strike at the seat of your enemies strength tb warriors tell us But the Iris i some years back discovered that the hearts of the English tyrantsi lay in their pocketbooks Attack the English pocketbook became the watchword and the attack was carried on so vigorously that England now comes forward wit a land bill for Ireland Think of ill England has been unable to conquer the Irish people for century after century She has ordered them to hell or Connaught They went to onnaught She ha scattered them over the waste places of North and South America and Australia She has sent themI to join the armies of France andI Austria She has starved them betrayed and maligned them She sent them in feverstricken ships tto die like vermin on the ocean or onI the shores of Newfoundland and Nova Scotia And Why Becaus- they were incorrigible Irish And now England this same England with her old greed ofI gold and power comes with a land bill and says to the landlords of Ireland Let the Irish people buy from you the land they live upon I will go their security for IOO 000000500000000 And yet these are the same base bogtrotting priestridden incor rigible irreconcilible Irish for whom Emmet died The blood that flows through their veins is the same now as when Malachi wore his collar of gold The blood of Brian Boru the ODonnells ONeills OSullivans Sarsfield Wolfe Tone Emmet is just as valorous now as when these individual heroe- were living Irelands sons and daughters are rebels now as they were centuries back but England has changed front She vouches for the honesty of the people she never could buy to change their religion nor conquer into accepting the yoke of slaves Why this change of front It is because her pocketbook has been touched The land lords got little or no rent They became bankrupt and had no money to spend in England She lost her markets abroad and became a buying instead of a selling nation The Irish that she had forced to emigrate became the leaders of thought and action in other coun tries and English commerce began to fail Englands pocketbook has been touched and now she cries for quarterThis is no time to falter in the work of liberating Ireland Keep up the good work Teach your children what patriotism is why Emmet died Falter not in the fight until Ireland has obtained her freedom and Emmets epitaph is written by one of those who know his motives OVATIONS FOR BECKHAM Gov Beckham continues to receive ovations on his tour through the State and has made a favorable impression wherever be has spoken He has an advantage inasmuch as he can deliver his addresses with out the aid of typewritten manu script The Democratic campaign is now on in full force The nom inees for State offices are on the hustings in every one of the eleven congressional districts and are striking telling blows against the opposition They have facts and figures to prove that the present Stateadministration iis a just and economical one Gov Beckham carried the war into the enemys country by delivering several speeches in the mountains where he poke to thousands Republicans t f r p- n p as well as Democrats Nothing appears to stand between the Dem ocratic State nominees and success The Northwestern Messenger iis the name of a new Catholic pape published at Duluth Minn and Rochester has a new Catholic paper called the Catholic Citizen Both journals have been highly compli mented both as to editorial matter and appearance The Kentucky Irish American hastens to congratulate the editors of these journals and ttoI express the wish that both may flourish long in the field of Catholic journalism One Catholic journal should never consider- e another a competitor but an aid iin 1the great work to be accomplished the furnishing of instructive and wholesome reading matter The centenary of Robert Em mets martyrdpm will be celebrated at the new Masonic Theater tomor ofhthefAncient Order of Hibernians Go and encourage the good women who have undertaken this work from a purely patriotic motive Take your children along ands let them hear what Irish music is If you want your children to honor you and the land of your themIearly in life who the Irish patriots were From the great number of com plaints heard recently it seems that some of the police are exceeding chile dren from playing on the sidewalks One of these officious guardians of property declines to allow the littles one to play Ring Around the Rosie on the ground that they are disturbing the peace and kite flying he considers an absolute felony Robert Emmet might have es caped death on an English scaffold had he not delayed to say farewell to his sweetheart Sarah Curran The IrishAmerican women of Louisville will honor Emmet to morrow as a patriot and lover It would be a fitting tribute to the IrishAmericans of Louisville were Joseph rfevins name placed Alders men Mr Nevin would add con siderably to the strength of the local ticket GOOD EXAMPLE Set by Bellovue Council In Celebrating ls Tenth- Anniversary The members of Phil Sheridan Coun cil Young Mens Institute at Bellevue Ky celebrated the tenth anniversary of that organization last Sunday The young men approached Holy Communion in a holy at the 7 oclock mass at St Anthonys church The children of the parochial school were also present at the mass The musical programme was grand and added to the solemnity of the occasionIn evening the members of the Young Mens Institute attended solemn vespers following the example recently set by Mackin Council in celebrating its tenth anniversary The high mass in the morning was celebrated by the Rev Father Frank Kehoe Chaplain of the council assisted by the Rev Thomas Kehoe of Ludlow and the Rev Father Dwyer of Newport The Rev Father Jerome of the Passion ist order delivered one of the most masterly sermonsever heard in Bellevue and one eminently befitting the occa slim In the evening several male societies joined with the Young Mens Institute members in the attendance at vespers among them being the Knights of St Edward attired in fatigue uniforms The music was impressive the choir under the direction of Miss Ida Cassidy acquitting itself in magnificent style All joined in the singing of the grand Te Deum as a fitting finale On Thursday evening a reception was given to the members of Phil Sheridan I Council and their lady friends at theJJ club rooms FATHER WILLIAMS ESCAPE A telegram from Baltimore announces the fortunate escape from death by I drowning of the Rev Father William Gausepohl one of Louisvilles most beloved I pastors Father Gausepohl is vis iting his brother in Baltimore and the two were aboard a steam launch Wednes day during the fearful storm that prevailed on the Atlantic coast The launch was swept about the Patapsco river likeI a feather and was in danger of capsizing when taken in tow by a steam tug and carried to a place of safety I For loose flowing coats the long napI zibelinesof softest texture are eminently desirable and some of the very sweUset of the flaw warm wraps are loose coata of 1ouluapibeUnctlkyleau w c 111111 b fol ewI rSOCIETY 203rI l 1 Bank street Miss Anna R Kelly is spending a week with her father in Memphis Mrs F T Dougherty is spending several weeks with friends at Cecilia Miss Mattie Doherty has gone to New York to spend a month with friends Mrs Sam Boldrick is the guest of the family of George D Boldick of Eebanon Miss Maggie Reichert of Milwaukee e is the guest of her uncle Michael Reich ert =Mrs Ed Carr of Ohio is the guest off her mother Mrs W F Murphy in Park land Miss Lillian Doyle has returned home from Salt Sulphur Va where she spent six weeks Miss Cora OMeara of South Louisville is the Ruest of Mrs Sallie Harris at Sugar Valley Miss Ella Brown of Paducabfis visiting her aunt Mrs Harry Murphy i I Jeffersonville tt Misses Maggie and Lillie McAuliffe of Jeffersonville are expected to return fromI Frankfort next week Miss Agnes McGinn spent tj e present week as the guess of Miss Etta Thomp son at Elizabethlbwri Mrs John Sexjton of Richmond Ky t is visiting her sister Miss Mayme Galla gher 1139 Seventh street Miss Celia Laven has returned hom after spending several months in ParisI and other European cities Miss Bezie Hannon returned home Tuesday after spending several months on the continent of Europe Miss Maggie Keenan has returned home after spending six weeks visiting the principal cities of Europe The Ira Delmont Socials gave a very enjoyable dance at their club house on Payne street Wednesday evening I Misses Mary and Nellie Reddington of Washington D C are the guests of Mrs Cummins Smith on Rosewood avenue Miss Nell Sullivan has returned to her home in Frankfort after a pleasant visit to Mias Emma Bell on West Broadway Miss Mamie Gallagher of Nashville is the guest of her cousin Mrs John Combs of Thirtyfirst and Dank streets Mr and Mrs John T Malone and family have returned home from Bay View Mich where they spent the sum mer Miss Kittie Foley of New Albany has returned home after a pleasant visit to Mrs Edward Keating of South Louisville Miss Florence Clancy has returned home after a visitof one month spent with relatives in Minneapolis and St PaulPeteHerberger e and John Stanton will spend the first part of next week watch ing the military manoeuvres at West Point Mrs Annie Nevin Cunningham returned this week from a pleasant visit to Nazareth Loretto and St Catherines academies Philip McGovern the well known let ter carrier and his estimable wife left last night to visit relatives in New York They will be gone about two weeks James McCormick formerly of Louis ville now an engineer of the Louisville Nashville railroad at Russellville visited friends in this city on Monday and Tues dayMrs Charles McKeegan wife of the editor of the Union Advocate of Roches ter N Y and Miss Nena King are the guests of Mr and Mrs William H Os born on the Boulevard Miss Katie Heinzman of Twelfth and Delaware streets has returned home after a lengthy visit to Nashville Dur ing her stay there she was the recipient of many social attentions Charles Baker of Louisville and Miss Annie M Yost of New Albany were marriedat St Marys rectory New Al bany Wednesday evening The Rev Father Faller performed the ceremony Miss Mary McKenna of Fairfield Ky has arrived home from Europe after a pleasant visit of three months during which she visited the principal places of interest in Ireland France and England Mrs George Wolf Sr Mrs Fannie Kitzero Wessels Mrs George Wolf Jr Mrs Mary Burke Mrs John A Doyle and Mrs Fred Harrig formed a party that made an excursion up the Kentucky river this week Quite a surprise was occasioned this i week when it became known that Joseph F Trudeau and Miss Florence Lang popular young people of New Albany were married at Holy Trinity church rectory on July 8 Mr and Mrs Tom Brown and Mr and Mrs Will Hobton and daughter Miss j Eunice Hooton are the guests of Mrs Nancy ONeil on Wet Breckinridge street They are popular in society cir cleq in Danville Ill Frank X Wall and Miss Clara Eliza beth Bywater will be united in marriage 1 at the Cathedr 1 of the Assumption on Wednesday S ptsasber 30 Mr Wall IsIjj- a popular buoin we man and his bride is a t cultured and arming young lady u J W TocpeyJ Ttrmiual Ywdiaatrter ofI 3- acrr the Louisville and Nashville railroad accompanied by his chief clerk Dennis Hines has returned after a ten days vacation through Kentucky and Tennessee both much benefited by their annual rest John OLeary Jerry OLeary and Eddie OLeary the three sons of JohnI OLeary of 1524 Lytle street returned Il l home Sunday after a visit to their aunt Mrs Delia Allen at Elizabethtown lIar rison county Ind The boys are allI healthy and happy after their trip Mr and Mrs Dick Talbott and family passed through Louisville this week en route to Barilstowu Mr Talbott has been timekeeper for the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company at Pensacola for several years past He has come toI his old Kentucky home for a period ofr rest and recreation Mr and Mrs Adam Hackel of 1209 West Chestnut street announce the ap preaching wedding of their daughter Miss Annie Hackel to John Cutilar formerly of Paducah but now of Louis ville and an employe of the Illinois Central railroad The young couple a wide circle of friends who will wis them a long and happy married life Miss Anna Bell Rihn has returned home from a two months visit to her TiernIII Mr and Mrs Tierney were for many years residents of this city but removed to St Louis several years ago where Mr Tierney is engaged in a successful busi ness During her stay in St Louis Miss Rihn was the recipient of many social attentionsWill Schreiber and Miss Katherine Muckelbauer were married at St Boni faces church at 4 oclock Thursday after noon Miss Blanche Heybacb of Chi cago was the maid of honor and Hayes ushersewere Hugo L Schaefer Dan Schreiber Will Sauer and Ben Imode After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Schreiber left for Baltimore Washington and other Eastern points After October 1 they will be at home to their friends at401 Twentysixth street RECENT DEATHS Andrew Conley an old and respected citizen of the West End died on Friday of last week at his home 2208 Griffiths avenue The funeral took place from St Cecilias church Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock Mrs Joseph Hickey formerly of Jeffer sonville died at her home in Chicago Sunday night Her maiden name was Miss Mary Ann Quinn Mrs Thomas Higgins and Mrs Charles Lines both of Jeffersonville mother and sister respect ively of the deceased were with her when the end came The remains were brought to Jeffersonville for interment Mrs Mary G Hart wife of W T Hart aged thirtyeight years died at the family residence 403 Thirtysecond street Tuesday morning The funeral took place from the Church of Our Lady- at 9 oclock Thursday Mrs Hart was an exemplary Christian woman Her hus band and children have the heartfelt sympathy of many friends in their be reavement Mrs Anna Mary Adams aged seventy nine years died at the reseidence of her son Lieut Joe Adams 1523 Jackson street on Sunday afternoon Mrs Adams bad lived in Louisville nearly all1 her life and was highly respected She is survived by two sons Lieut Joseph Adams and Frank Adams The funeral took place Wednesday from St Doni face church Mrs Margaret Connelly wife of Mar tin Connelly died at the family resi dence 203 Tarascon avenue Sunday night The funeral took place from St Patricks church at 9 oclock Tuesday morning Mrs Connelly was onl twentytwo years old and was highly respected in the community Her family have the sympathy of many friends in their bereavement James Farley formerly a resident of this city died at Memphis Friday The remains were brought to Louisville for interment The funeral took place from the home of his sister in law Mrs Joseph Krebs 315 Thirteenth street Sunda morning at 945 oclock and from St Patricks church at 10 oclock A large circle of friends and acquaintances fol lowed the remains to the grave Walter Newman Thompson a young man highly respected in the West End died at the residence of his parents 1200 West Chestnut street early Thursday morning The deceased was the son ofii Thomas C Thompson foreman of the CourierJournal mailing room The fu neral will take place from St Patricks church this morning Much sympathy is being expressed with the bereaved parents George Baumbach a popular young man of the East End and the son or George and Mary Baumbacb died last Saturday The deceased was nineteen years old The funeral took place from the residence of his uncle Fred JCienzlen 1444 Story avenue at 845 oclock Mon day morning and from St Josephs church at 9 oclock The sympathy of I many friends has been extended to the family in their bereavement BOSTONS FIRST CHURCH The New England Catholic Historical Society will bold a public meeting in Symphony Hall Boston on September 29 The meeting will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the dedication of the first church built by white Catholics in New England This edifice was known to several generations of Bostonians as the old Cathedral His Grace Archbishop Wil llama will be one of the guests of honor The Rev Father Ronan and the lIon Thomas J Gargan will speak on the duringhewill address the meeting on Catholic charities and Judge Charles A DeConr will dbooune on Catholic education I11 r c r 0 GRAND PRIZE CONTEST r Interest in the Grand Prize Offer of a Trip to the St Louis Worlds Fair made by the Kentucky Irish American iis 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 t ts sI f Ef1Jd f fY I IrIHI f1ERIRp1 3AIkIkOTh + + f 4 + I VOTE FOR i+ADDRESS SIGNED1 I + Saturday Sept 19 1903 + Fifty Votes Given to Either New or Old Sub scribers for Each Paid Yearly Subscription BEGIN VOTING FOR YOUR FRIENDS EIfIf4IIlI ItI JfIIIIE I I tl lIIE1 FY I IIIII tllfl tll IEI MiiuooD Monument Companyp l IBSIONB S AND BUILDERS OF IB I GRANITEIfiI I GRANITEIImI iiArUUc Work Only Solicited Workshops and StudIo Carrara Italy D i LIftDDDDDt I W OLD AND RARE WHISKIES A SPECIALTY BLUE GRASS EXCHANGE Louis Wabnnz Co Proprietors a 339Olliclalia FIFTH ST IRISH 8 SOCIETYDIRECTORYA r DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month TynanVice Dolan RyanFinancial1911 Bank atree- tTreasurerlboptas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice President James Welch KdYran Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney I 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Kerran- DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month CavanaughVice QuinnRecording BurnsyTwentythird TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmsPat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month HennessyVice LynchRecording Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnut ReillyTreasurerJohn DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall KinneyPresidentFrank HoganViceLynchSecretaryJohn TreasurerMike Kenney Financial SecretaryThomas OHern Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street MurphyFirstW Born traegerSecond HigginsRecordingCorresponding SecretaryFrank G AdamsFinancial SecretaryDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia atree- tTreasurerJoseph Steltenpohl ShanghuessyInside Outside Sentinel Pat Connolly BASEBALL An intereatsng series of base tall games will be played at Recciu Park between the Recciua club and the Frank Goof team to determine which club is dram pion of Kentucky Tile first gaiqe will d rII 7 AC7cTULBYS One week commencing Monday Sept 21 WM A BRADS FAMOUS PLAY Way Down East Brighter and Better Than Ever Matinees Wednesday and Saturday MAS0NIG THEATERI 4th Dad Chestnut Opp Postoffice MATINEES Wednesday Thursday Saturday Week Commencing Monday September 21 One of Weber and Fields Greatest Successes HOITY=TOITY ExtravaganzaITraveling 50 PEOPLEMOSTLY GIRLS HOPKINSWeek Commencing Sunday Mallnee Sept 20 EVERY AFTERNOON AND NIGHT Hal Davis and Inez McCauley Charlie and Willie Marga Belza Libbey and Trayer Crawford and Manning Alt Holt BiograpitBUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY SEPKTK Matinees Sunday Monday Wednesday Stnrdur Cherry Blossom Burlesquers 8COMEDIANS8Furiously Funny Extravaganzas C B THOMPSON FIORISTSPECIALTYFLORAL 682 pDothAll orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed BOOKKEEPING H Twgitt under izywt lutruita Mo Crane fe fete ViL IBTOAH ZXmt iOOOTOTAMr 173 rrlt ATI be played tomorrow afternoon and an u exciting contest is expected The game sharpAdmission f o- 4g I I NTUOKY IRCsH RJOAN j i 4t iIEItIitt HHHIMM I H 1 MifrlM MIIIIIHHMIIIIIllII I 123HOMECT J aARTTt 7 FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 EAST MALT STREET With 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 HIHIHHt +Itut t tI t HN t lit tliIHMIt t HI t tt tnt t t t Hi v 1 LDUAX I ui t I Funeral Director and Embalmer ELEPHONE Ql060 1 STCarriagesI SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOI ON THE Citn IIts sulris IIU l In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR IE H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Passenger Agent- C H ROCKWELL Traffic Manager W H McDOEL Preside and General Manager JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY IIIIIILPETER M AALRIOT1 SSONS j WAGONN MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST FOR BEST OLD MKENNA WHISKY CALL UPON SEVENTH AND OAK STS TEN GENTS PER DRINK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out Illinois Central Railroad S MMm XC RSION nCKUS 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 Rates jn effect on first and third Tuesdays each month to the 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 lands in the South and through ticketi call on W J McBride City PaM Agents outUaatt corner Fourth and Uukttor addNM P W Hadow D P La Ioail+7ilk T G u r JOHN M MULLOY DEALER IN Tea Coffee Pure Spices And Chinaware Pond Lily and Home Baking Powder J213E XV SdCARICEWD SO Telephone Main 1189 Pall Styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas ftf KERSTING JewelerAND Optician1- 8th and Market Sts Phone Main 3864A THE VATICAN Will Participate In the Worlds Fair at St Louis NextYear It seems that in the light of recent events the Vatican will participate in the St Louis Worlds Fair next year Mon signor Merry Del Van acting Secretary of State for the Vatican has been author ized to select an ecclesiastical dignitary to represent the Vatican at St Louis and to determine which are the best historic literary and artistic objects to display at the Worldf Fair In return the Worlds Fair Commissioners will send a delegate to Rome to continue the negotiations When all the details of the Vaticans participation are arranged Secretary of State Hay will send a formal invitation to the Vatican on the same basis as those sent to European powers It is safe to say that the display made by the Vatican will be one of the most interesting and elaborate at the Worlds Fair A ship will be sent to Italy for the Vatican exhibits and the American Gov+ ernment will become responsible for the safekeeping of the valuable articles com mitted to its care- MASONIC THEATER Hoity Toity Weber and Fields luxuriously extravagant musical comedy on which they lavished 25000 cornea to the Masonic Theaterfor one week com mencing Monday night Hoity Toity is to laugh There is a plot to be sure but you dont want to let that worry you as it is frankly admitted that it is a mere thread on which to hang an unusually good assortment of hilarious comedy and tuneful music The chorus is one of rare loveliness and whet is more is distinctly a singing chorua The original scenery and light effects used in the New York production will be seen in this pro ductless slid no expense has been spared in making ibis the greatest miwical IIhit onBroadway hi a decade f- n C 1 1RIGHT REV MCWNBIGNOR FRANCIS ZABLER I Popular Pastor of St Martins Church Whose Silver Jubilee of Ordination Will Be Celebrated Tuesday I SILVER JUBILEE Monsignor Zobjcr to Celebrate the TweniyFIf tit Anniversary of His Ordination The people of St Martins congrega tion will rejoice with their pastor the Right Rev Monsignor Francis Zabler next week at the celebration of his silver sacerdotal jubilee Tomorrow night at 730 oclock the men and women of the congregation will meet in the large hall at Shelby and Gray streets to congratu late him on attaining his twentyfifth year as a priest An entertaining musical programme has been arranged andan agreeable surprise has been prepared for the jubilarian On Monday eveuing the children of St Martins parocial school will assemble to congratulate their pastor and an enjoy able evening is promised The great day will be Tuesday the actual twentyfifth anniversary of Monsignor Zabler Monsignor Zabler will officiate at solemn high mass and the Right Rev Bishop McCloskey will occupy a position of honor in the sanctuary A full orchestra will assist the choir under the direction of Prof Bernard Dentiuger The Rev William Steng D D of Providence R I will preach the jubilee sermon At noon Monsignor Zabler Bishop McClos key and the other clergymen will be given a banquet in the school hall LIST SWELLING Mackin Council Will Be Well Represented in the In Itlatlon Three new applications for membership were received by Mackin Council Young Mens Institute Tuesday night and the following new members were elected John J Doyle Eugene F Nolan George L Wentzell Frank P Richards Anthony J Miller Dan Patton Frank Bertlekauip and John Nash This will swell Mackins list of candidates to be initiated tomorrow to about twentyfive Charles Smith who is ill with typhoid fever was reported to be improving The Lecture Committee reported that it would inaugurate its series of lectures on Sep tember 29 Every member of the council was urged to attend the initiation tomor row and to welcome the visiting delegates to the Grand Council An invitation to attend the Robert Emmet celebration to be given under the auspices of the Ladies Auxiliary Ancient Order of Hibernians was accepted and the members will turn out in large numbers EUCHRE AND DANCE The Young Ladies Anxiliary of Trin ity Council Young Mens Institute will give a euchre and dance at Trinity Hall 718 East Gray street on Thursday even ing The game will be called at 830 oclock A number of handsome prizes will be awarded The following com mittee will be in charge Misses Fannie Cunniff Josie Donahue Mayme Burke Anna Daley Anna Manemann Mayme Josephine by the following young men George Reiling John Zoll George Hoertz Rob ertGoebe1 Charles Seivert Mark Morris and Joseph Bell CONDITION SERIOUS Henry Cooper a bridge builder in the employ of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company who fell beneath a heavy derrick at South Louisville early this week is In a very serious condition His friends hope for his speedy recovery TO VISIT OWENSBORO Charles J OConnor District Deputy for Kentucky of the Knights of Columbus and Alderman James J FUagera1dI will go to Owensboro on Oct jlook after the organizationi of a council Of the JWhtaolCobluAAw there Ui- HIBERNIANS I What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekQeneral- News Notes A new division of the order has been organized it Pittsfield Ill Division 3 of Hartford Conn recently exemplified the third degree on thirty candidateDivisions 1 and 2 Ladies Auxiliary of Columbus Ohio recently reelected their incumbent officers i Division 4 Ladles Auxiliary of Min neapolis gave a very enjoyable wheel party on Thursday At Keokuk a branch of the Ladies Auxiliary has been formed with forty three charter members Division 7 of Syracuse gave a picnic on Wednesday Oldfashioned Irish jig and reel dancing was once of the principal features Division 3 will hold its regular semi monthly meeting at Hibernian Hall Monday night A full attendance is ex pected to develop Division 1 of Duluth has passed a reso lution congratulating the Irish Parlia mentary party on the passage of the land bill A copy of the resolution has been sent to John Redmond M P The first annual jreuuion of the order in Clearfield Jefferson Indiana and Elk counties Penn was recently held in Debois More than 1000 members and five bands of music were in the parade Division 1 will meet Tuesday night at which time a number of candidates will be initiated Members of other divisions are invited to be present This is the parent body in this county and as the fall and winter series of meetings will be then inaugurated Secretary Mark Ryan has notified all members to attend National President James E Dolan is tobe appointed a member of the Board of Trustees of the Catholic summer school at the next meeting of that board in October The National Directors with President Dolan recently attended the Catholic summer school and were so much pleased with the surroundings and the reception tendered them that they decided to have a course of lectures de livered at each session of the school These lectures will be under the direction of the Hibernians Division 4 will hold a social session Wednesday night in honor of its in creased membership The many candi dates recently initiated will appreciate the work of the Literary Committee who have charge of the features of this social session Through a misadvertance it was announced last week that ladies would be admitted to the social session Such is not the intention however The members of Division 4 prefer waiting until a more auspicious occasion when they can unite with other divisions in entertaining the ladies TALKS TO TEACHERS The Hon Edward J McDermott will deliver a lecture at 1030 oclock this morning before the Louisville Educa tional Association His subject will be Some Opportunities and Duties of the Public School Teacher The lecture will be given in the Male High School building THE TATTLER Mrs Elvira Sydnor Miller Slaughter who until a few months ago edited the Tattler column in the Times has em barked in a literary venture of her own Tattlerjandand will appear every Sunday thereafter Politics society the drama sports and general gossip will all be handled by Mrs Slaughter in but own inimitable style Chiffon starts of several shades threaded through Jaof or eyelets are another method of iintroducing shaded trItwlnebul the tone mwtbc carefully j selected DIED IN DENVER James J OBoyle Was Form erly a Resldent of This City The sad intelligence of the death of James J OBoyle at Denver Col reached Louisville this week Mr OBoyle lived in Louisville at one time but left here for Colorado in 1879 While in Louisville he was employed as a tin and coppersmith by the Louisville 4 Nashville Railroad Company He bad many friends in Louisville among IrishAmericans who will be sorry to hear of his demise From Louisville Mr OBoyle went to Leadville twentyfour years ago and prominently identified himself with the Knights of Robert Emmet and the Wolfe Tone Guards From Leadville he removed to Glenwood Springs and then to Rico where he was President and General Manager of the Rico Hardware Company One year ago ill health com pelled him to remove to Denver where he remained until his death last week The end came peacefully and while Mrs OBoyle and their children were at his bedside He leaves one son and five daughters COLGANS FAREWELL George Perry Chosen to Suc ceed Him as President of Satolll Council Satolli Council met Monday night and elected George Perry to succeed Harry Colgan who resigned from the Presi dency Mr Colgan resigned owing to the fact that a recent promotion calls him away from the city Only compul sory business was transacted after which the members adjourned to the reception rooms and held a social session at which Harry Colgan was the guest of honor A luncheon was served which with plenty of cigars and a few speeches helped the members to spend a very pleasant even ingMr Perry the new President is an ardent member of the Young Mens Insti tute and his election gives general satisfaction Mr Colgan leaves with the best wishes of his many friends both in and out of Satolli Council Many visitors were present from Mackin and Trinity councils and en joyed the hospitality afforded by SatolH LABOR CARNIVAL CLOSES The Labor Carnival closes tonigt after two weeks of success Occasionally the weather interfered with the attendance but the crowds on the fair days more than offset the losses during inclement weather The labor unions of Louisville are under a debt of gratitude to Messrs Joe Bradburn Ben Sand Lewedog and Presi dent Moore who so successfully managed the carnival as it has shown that they have men of rare business ability in their ranks TAKES A REST James F Dittman a popular letter carrier left Wednesday to spend his annual furlough of fifteen days Part of the time he will be the guest of his mother at Boston Ky and the remain der of the time he will spend in the Ken tucky mountains Mr Dittnan has been a letter carrier during the past fifteen years and is deservedly popular MRS CAMFIELD VERY ILL Mrs Tom Camfield one of the best I known and most highly respected ladies in the East End is very ill at her home Baxter avenue and Hull streets and her death is momentarily expected THIRTY FOR SUNDAY I Trinity Council Young Mans Insti tute elected four candidates at the mee ing Monday night This council now lies tbirtY86J14Idtlte to be initiated Sun day tJ C C ROE CLEM W MUGGINS ROE MUGGINS StTORNEYSATLAW Home Phone 2111 341 FIFTH STREET +t++ +++++ MHMtMf MMMt HICKEYSAMPLE ROOM Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool M J HICKEY Proprietor Horne Tclenhoito 384 248 VW Je asorx St MHMM M M M ++++++++++ tt t It It t It It +++++ JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE IYi+ +++++ MMMMMHHMH ++ t HH + + MMH + FINE WINES CHAMPAGNES t i AL KOLJB345 West Green StreetLIQUORS CIGARS 4s +++++ ++++++++++ + a HENRY C LAUERTxcxzpxplatxo iioFine Wines and Liquors I Livery Boarding Stable 407 E JEFFERSON ST 428 and 430 Branch House 905 West Market I EAST JEFFERSON STREET 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 ZOOK Spoicai Agent 3334 COURIERJOURNAL BLDG BOTH PHONES 3459 WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOON VAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock X4C2 XV GRIyIN ST HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street GOOD WORDS Pope Plus X Recommends the American Catholic University His Holiness Pope Pius X has sent a cordial letter containing a brief in favor of the Catholic University at Washing ton to the Very Rev Dennis R OCon nell rector of the university Pope Pius reccomends the university to the support of the whole people of the United States and adds that he trusts to their generosity to enable it to accom plish its final object which is to maintain and augment the intellectual supremacy of America Thus the new Pope shows that he is the friend of educatiou and the friend of America The popularity of the Catholic University is growiug each year Doubtless a decade hence it will rank with the leading educational institutions in the Od Wprld BUCKINGHAM The Cherry Blossoms Burlesquers will be the attraction at the Buckingham Theater next week Two funny extrava ganzas will be presented A splendid line of vaudeville talent will be presented in the olio The usual matinees will be given during the week MACAULEYS Way Down East one of William A Bradys wholesome dramas will hold the boards at Macauleys Theater next week Although this drama has been on the road several years it appears ever new and never fails to please It is a play with a moral and just enough comedy to relieve the melodramatic features One sees the oldfashioned New England school and hears the harvesters singing at their work The snowstorm is a mar vel of stage mechanism The usual coati nees will be given ou Wednesday and Saturday I o SMOKE and ENJOY COONEY KENNEDYS CIGARSThey Are The Best Brands Made Monarch GenDeWet IrishAmerican FLORA DE CASTILLO Finest 10 Cent Cigar Made 120 XV Metro Street Wall Border and Ceiling PapersONE PRICE IGO TOIR M CULLEYS CUT RATE Wallll Paoer flouse FOR YOUR WaU Paper1383 SEVENTH ST NEAR OAK GO TO Pioneer Bottling House POR STRAIGHT WHISKIES BIG JUG AT DOOR Je IP I aJTCOD 913 WEST BROADWAY near Union Station 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The finest and hat errs led School baJkling iu the South Vieiton always welcome School open all year atudenta caB ItteIat ary UJC1 WRIGHT PmWwiti t o n ii iHI1IlNiiOlII1Hi11HI1Hfi1Rc 1 Masonic 1 Theater Sunday Eve Sept 20 lU1UUUU1UU11U1U1U1U1U1UPOPUL WILLIAM PERRY THOMAS GARVEY MURPHY MONUMENT tTo Allen Larkin and OBrien Is Being Erected in County Clare Magnificent Demonstration At tended Foundation Stone Laying at Kilrush ito1N Patriotic Addresses Front theI Rev Father Clancy and Others NATIONALISTS URGED TO REUNITE A remarkable demonstration was held recently at Kllrush in the County Clare I on the occasion of the laying of the foundation stone of the monument to the Manchester martyrs Allen Larkin and OBrien Not only were people presentl from all parts of Clare but the city ofr Limerick sent her Mayor Michael Don nelly and a large delegation of citizens Nearly evety county in Ireland was rep resented The success of the demonstra tion was due to the exertions of the Rev Father Clancy of Kilkee In reply tan address of welcome from the people of Kilrush Father Clancy said Your address coming from a repre sentative body in my dear native county JocalIpression and a splendid opportunity by a display of fearless public spirit and government capacity It is in their power to prove our right to national selfgovern ment and to make their boardrooms so many centrals of healthy national life I have no doubt but in that matter Clare will do its duty and have much pleasure in accepting this address from a repre sentative body placed in their position by the votes of Nationalists I can not separate your address from the action that called it forth my acceptance of the invitation of the martyrs memorial com mittee to lay the foundation stone of the monument to the memory of Allen Lar kin and OBrien I accepted that invita tion with great pleasure and pride I consider the erection of a monument to the memory of the men who knew bow to die for Ireland a splendid national work worthy of enlisting the sympathy of every Irish Nationalist I hoped that thepresent occasion would be the means of inviting all Nationalists in a noble project and that all differences would be laid aside if not altogether healed and the voice of discord hushed in the hat lowed presence of the martryed three Even still J hope that the example of Allen Larkin and OBrien will not be lost on us and that this day will be a starting point of renewed union and energy for onr common country Father Clancy then formally laid the foundation atone after which he was escorted to the platform from which be addressed the assembled multitude He spoke in part as follows Neither royal visits nor goats would weaken or slacken the determination of Irishmen to have a free and unshack led Ireland such as their countrymen dreamed of and died for They had assembled there today in their assertion of i the revived spirit of patriotism ThirtyI fiveyears ago their countrymen died atI Manchester end the struggle in which they took part ended apparently fail ram tat it WM JiotllO for the meeting t tbaty 1almedto Plead and foeUiat I o iimmmniftimminniinmnnnmmmnimnnmHmmmniyROBERT 1 CENTENARY I UNDER AUSPICES OF THEM 0MLadiesMM EXCELLENT MUSIC STIRRING ORATIONS fM The programme to be rendered will be highclass in = every respect and will include vocal and = instrumental solos 1by fine artists MM GENERAL ADMISSION 25 CENTS = MSeats can be secured at the Masonic Theater box office Rogers Book Store =John Mulloya and Dougherty Keenans ZS M illliilli1111ULi1111i11i11111IULULUi111111111U1ULlilllllll lilllllllllll i AR Y M I LEADERS FRANK their memory lived in Irish hearts The weapons in use were not the same but there was no less devotion to the old cause No matter by what means they hoped to reach the goal no matter about leagues or associations they bonded themselves in whatever differences might exist among Irish Nationalists as to met ods and opportunities they were all as one in admiring the patriotic devotedness and lofty heroism which this memorial was intended to perpetuate People might say that they had no right having abandoned the methods of the marty to take part in such a celebration but they had left to their countrymen a heritage which fevery man who had a heart to feel d bitt to plan or an arm to strike for Irelanda Heritage for every Irishman who desired to see his country a self governing nation Wolfe Tone Emmet John Blake Dillon the worth father of a worthy son were all patriots and the father was just as faithful a soldier when at the barricade of Kille naule as when he was member for Tippe rary So it was with J F X OBrien andweapons of the Irishmen today hurt and galled the enemy just as much as those of their fathers The reveres d gentleman detailed the circumstances of the Manchester executions and said the martyrs were honored todayby Irishmen Thisrmonument would be a decisive answer tto those who fancied that the settlement of the agrarian question would be the death of the demand for national selfgovern ment It would tell their foreign rulers how futile was the attempt either by con cession or coercion to undermine or subdue their determination to be free men on their own poor land It would be a shrine before which Irishmen could lay aside all1 selfish or factious heeling doubt apathy or desplre and unite in common love and brotherhood for the sake of their land for which Allen Larkin and OBrien gave up their young lives It would be an assurance to their Mother Erin that her ranks would never lack soldiers and al though as in the case of Allen Larkin and OBrien it might be but a forlorn hope they would follow in their foot stepsJ P OBrien of Dublin followed Father Clancy in a patriotic address and the demonstration was brought to a close by all joining in the song God Save IrelandThe style of the monument is to be Hlberno Romanesque as regards plinth and pedestal the curves of the arches and the traceries over the capitals being treated in a very bold and characteristic manner Surmounting the pedestal will stand the allegorical figure of Erin conventional no doubt but done in a very spirited and effective way The expression and the attitude suggest sor row and defiance In the hand rests a wreath to be laid on the grave of her martyred sons Crouching at the feet of this excellently modelled figure is the everfaithful wolfdog sentinel On the lower panels the inscriptions are fin Gaelic RngIIsh contains the portraits of Allen Larkin and OBrien auda crownless harp with wreathed shamrocks The inscrip ion upon one panel reads of follows Erected in the year 1903 by a committee of Kilrush Nationalists through public subscription received from Irish the world over to the memory of the Man chester martyrs Allen LarkinancI OBrien who were judicially murdered by a tyrannical Government on November 23 1807 for their gallant rescue of Kelly and Deasy the Fenian chiefs from the prison van at Manchester God save IrelandlOD another panel also in Gaelic and English are the words Over the neglected plot in which their cal standsinscribedwlthto symbolize their religion or their na tionality But to that gloomy spot the hearts of the Ida op1clUever turnII with affectionate remembrance and the day will never oope when lin this land that bore thus UM brave nun whose I Mhea repose within will be rpttM l J IRISH PATRIOTS In Every Section of the Union EmmotsbMemory Grand Demonstrations Will Bo ChicagorsColumbus and Boston sa6 j Judge Matt ODohorty Vill pe4 liver Address in Ohios Capitals GREAT CROWDS WILL PARTICIPATE The martyrdom of Robert Emmet will be celebrated in this country tomorrow from New England UK California and from MicbjjanJo Florida In Boston the celebration will be held under the auspices of the United Irish League The demonstration will be held today and out of doors in order to accommodate the immense throng expected The Hon Charles R Devlin M P for Galwayr will be the principal orator Col John Y F Blake of Boer war fame will be another of the orators in Boston In New York City the Emmet celebration will also be held under the auspices of the United Irish League The Hon John F Finerty of Chicago will be the principal orator Bourke Cockran and others will also deliver addresses A programme of thoroughly national Irish music will be rendered by New Yorks ablest artists The United Irish Societies of Paw tucket R I including Division I Ancient Order of Hibernians will have charge of the Emmet celebration in the above named city Michael Ryan olf Philadelphia and the Hon Patrick Egan of New York will be the principall speakersJudge Matt ODoherty of this city will be one of the principal orators at the Columbus Ohio demonstration TheI people of that city have prepared to celebrate Emmets martyrdom both today and tomorrow Tomorrow afternoon the grand street parade will be held Gov Nash and Mayor Jeffrey will deliver ad lreses at the Columbus Auditorium and will be followed by Judge 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