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J ITIrF f M v 4 fl KENTUCKY IIc C J f VOLUME XL NO 13 T l LOUlSVILLlfSATURDAT EPTEMBER 26 1903 PRICE FIVE CENTS t u VERYPLEASING Was the First Celebration Given i by the Ladies Aux iliary Centenary of Emmets Mar yr dour Fittingly Celebrated Sunda Night I JioBterly Address Was Delivered r by Alderman James J 1Fltzgerald EXCELLENT MUSICAL NUMBERS Success crowned the efforts of the Ladles Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians last Sunday night in the celebration of the centenary of the mar tyrdqm of Robert Emmet The attendance while not as large as It might have been was appreciative and enthusiastically applauded the various numbers While more elaborate entertainments have been given in Louisville certainly none of a similar character ever struck a more responsive chord in the hearts of the IrishAmerican people The lower floor and the mezzanine boxes were filled when the curtain was raised shortly after 8 oclock The first number on the programme was a chorus Green White and Gold sung by twenty five little boys and girls They sang the patriotic song well and for an encore sang An Irish Toast State President Thomas Keeuan of the Ancient Order of Hibernians appeared on the stage and after welcoming those present In behalf of the Ladles AuxUlaQ read from their last national repqrfs figures to show that they had a member ship of 31786 that these good women had distributed in sick and death bene fits 4865062 and that during the pst two years they expended more than 6000 in charity Mr Keenan also told of the work of charity that was being done by the members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians a society almost entirely made up of workingmen He said that of the many fraternal and char liable societies the St Vincent de Paul t So e yalonewoaldbeaCcocnpada will the Ancient Order of Hibernians Mr Keenans remarks were liberally ape plauded He concluded by Introducing Alderman James J Fitzgerald the orator of the evening Mr Fitzgerald never had a more appreciative1 audience His enun ciation was perfect and his voice pene trated to every part of the house He was perfectly at home with his subject and his words sank deep into the minds and hearts of those present He said in partLadies and Gentlemen Next to the glory of God the creator and preserver of the universe there is no sentiment no desire that thrills the mind and moves the heart more than the thirst and desire for human libertyhuman liberty re stricted by those restraints which provider for its perpetuity This desire resides in every human healthy breast and is a proof of its divine origin It is this thirst for liberty that separates the brave from the cowardly the man from the brute Tyranny has fattened on the carrion of its victims It has given such exhibi tions of cruelty as could only be devised by demons But nowhere at no time can tyranny do more than let out the last drops of Its victims blood The blood of heroes inspires others to follow in their footsteps Turn back the pages of history and you will read one continuous story of blood the blood of heroes fighting for liberty No wonder tears flowed from the prophetic eye of the Savior when he looked down over the ages to comeand eaw the countless number of heroes who would shed their blood for liberty Mr Fitzgerald then paid a high tribute to the American Government and to its heroes Washington and Lincoln men who assisted in making and upholding our system of government government according to the consent of the governed No man continued Mr Fitzgerald was ever inspired by higher purer motives than Robert Emmet the centenary of whose martyrdom we celebrate tonight His name shines out in history as a star made brighter by the darkness of its sur roundings I have only pity for the American who can not look across the ocean to some country of the old world and bless the land of his forefathers No one can take with greater pride a retro spective glance than you whose ancestors blessed the land they called their home In Irelands catalogue there are many heroes who championed her cause yet none of them inspire us with the same feelings as the life and death of the youthful Robert Emmet Rapidly the speaker sketched a word picture of the youth of Robert Emmet of his good mother Bad his noble father of the troubles of 1798 of the withdrawal of the Irish Parliament and subsequent events all of which had their effect on the character of young Emmet He told ef his early identification with Irish na- tiosalsocieties of his life at Trinity Col lege whence he was expelled on account J of fels radical ideas oa political and relig ioM liberty Emmet saw with horror how the Irish Protestant waa arrayed althoughgiberbelieved ia tbe liberty otconscience He soKgbt to wraet freedom of life and llb rtr frogs the BaglUh tyrants He n a L planned to attack Dublin Castle and the arsenal at the same time He did npt succeed He did not fan His life work his death only left a deeper determina tion in the hearts of his couritrymenio continue thestruggle until they sac lidin gaining their national ljftyA- fter the failure HJisplans Emmet escaped to the uuntaln and would have escapedjfrefiTthe country were it not for th tlmmendable fact that he wanted to ook again into the eyes of and bid fare well to the sweetest of colleen bawns Sarah the youngest daughter of John Philpot Curran the Irish barrister He was arrested while he delayed to say fare well to her He was tried and condemned to die It was then that he delivered that speech that will live as long as the English language will live it will always be an inspiration to his people Emmet died Irishmen were united in his death His life was a success in that it inspires his successors to follow in his footsteps Emmet was called a traitor accused of treason Why He fought for the liberty of his country Who would dare to write Washington down as a traitor And yet Emmet and Washington are reflected in each other as In a glass God did not allow Emmets plan to fail He merely postponed its success Emmet sacrificed his private fortune for his army He de voted his intelligence his whole being to the cause of his people He threw his all into the lap of weeping Erin that she might have her hands unshackled and take her place among the nations of the earth So tonight we stand beside an unmarked grave confident that some time somewhere somehow we will read in the book of life the epitaph Qf Robert Emmet an epitaph written by Him who reads the secrets of our hearts The applause that followed the close of Mr Fitzgeralds address wasenthusiastic The address had inspired all with feelings of patriotism and the crowd entered into the spirit of the celebration After sev eral appropriate selections by Scallys orchestra Mra William T Meehan sang feelingly the Last Words of Emmet Joseph Metzger rendered a pretty cornet solo and was accompanied on the piano by Miss Ann Orr Both these performers were blind they were compelled to respond to ad encore Killarney a baritone solo by Al Barrett was gener ously applauded Little Miss May Hns sey appropriately costumed recited the Vision of St Dominic and made a very favorable impression on the audi ence At the conclusion of the recitation a tableau was given showing St Dominic in the act of receiving the rosary Miss Josephine Hoertz one of Louis= villasmoattalente l8o Failosc 1R Come Back to Erin with splendid effect Thomas D Clines received great appleause for his masterly Interpretation- ofEmmets speech from the dock Miss Julia Kelly a pleasing soprano sang My Wild Irish Rose and the audience appreciated her work with rounds of ape plause The entertainment was brought to a close by John Green who sang Good By Molly Darling Mr Green has a splendid voice and was compelled to respond to an encore In fact the audience would have listened to several more songs from Mr Green Due credit should be given to Miss Mamie Keenan who trained the childrens thorns and played the accompaniment to most of the soloists Miss Virginia Barrett also de serves favorable mention for the credit able manner in which she played the accompaniment to her brothers solo Killarney Too much can not be said in praise of Tom Scally and his orchestra who played Irish airs in a spirited man nor The ladies of the auxiliary are de lighted to find that their efforts were appreciated Aside from giving a night of pleasure to their friends they find themselves with a comfortable balance on the right side of the ledger after all expenses have been paid Prominent in the audience were the visiting delegates to the Grand Council of the Young Mens Institute Many of these delegates are IrishAmericans and all were loud in their praise of the enter tainment The Hibernians of New Al bany and Jeffersonville were also well represented and encouraged the ladles by their presence HAPPY BOWLERS A very enjoyable bowling party was given at the West End alleys Tuesday night in honor of Miss Kittle Patterson of Chicago and Thomas Burkholder formerly of Louisville but now of Chi cago Among those in the party were Misses Bee Mullarkey Katie Henley Mary Conroy Margaret FlynnT Nellie Wallace and Mrs Edmund Coleman and Messrs Charles Raidy Pat Flynn Frank Scholtes John Scott and Edmund Coleman Miss Patterson the fair visitor rolled 112 a very good figure considering the fact that she had never rolled before A delightful luncheon was perved after bowling Both Miss Patterson and Mr Burkholder will leave for theWindy City tomorrow NEAT SUM MADE The Aid Society of St Augustines church Jeffersonville gave its second annual entertainment Forest Park last Monday night The crowd was large ands neat sum was realized The com mittee in charge was made up as follows John Kennedy Frank Hogan John Ryan George Klmmick and Dan Mc Carthy JOINED TIIB UNION Wehrleys Baud joined the union of musicians during the present week Now every band iin they laht the nutou sod the raeraben are greatly pleased 1 L o 1 7 a ouNG MEN ra INSTITUTE I IiItf iiltiOIGrand ClI the Kentucky Holds Largest Meeting in Its History in LouisvilleD ing the Past WeekI ii v Exemplification of New ttitualPleaseplI Who Attended the Initiation on Sunday When Big ftlasft Entered the Order11 I Splendid Indorsement Given the Kentucky Irish American as a Catholic NewspaperEnergeticy fficers Are Elected The sixth Grand Council of the Young Mens Institute Kentucky jurisdiction held its sessions in this city from Sunday till Tuesday inclusive It brought together a representative body qf young men not only from the various sections of Kentucky but from Tennessee as well Undoubtedly it was the greatest meeting of the Grand Council ever held in Ken lucky and its results will be a benefit both to the church and the State Begin ning with the initiation on Sunday con tinuing through the business sessions on Monday and the election of officers on Tuesday the greatest harmony and good feeling prevailed And the banquet Tuesday night was a fitting finale to the work that had been done by the delegates during the business sessions of the Grand Council The initiation was held on Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock and St Anthonys large hall was well filled with the mem bers and candidates for initiation Not only were the members of Mackin Trin ity and Satolli Councils on hand in large numbers but the members of Unity Council of New Albany and of the councils at Madison Ind of Lawrence burg Ind Newport Bellevue Lebanon Lexington Owensboro and Bardstown were present to assist in the work of in itiation Not less than 300 young men took part in the exemplification of the degrees either actively as members of the degree teams or passively as spectators Twentyseven candidates received the three degrees of the Institute Rank Of these Mackin furnished seventeen candi dates Satolli one Trinity six and three candidates were from councils oatibtb S t irlft lrWfaeurupti by a team from Satolli Council while teams from Trinity and Mackin Councils conferred the second and third degrees respectively Among the visitors present at the In- Itiation were the following from Newport Theodore J Geisler Dr Joseph Reardon James Reedy Frank Noonan Gerald Connelly John Read Ak J Patterson Jr ONeil W R Hughes James Quill Charles Reedy and H Scbmutz from Madison Ind were Peter Deuzer and J J Kasper from Lawrenceburg were the Hon Charles Lang Mayor of the city Charles Burkhart Albert Deitz Joe Hauck John Eschman William Rich ards and James Flanagan from Lexing ton Tames OBrien John Grant John Riley Richard Colbert T D Murray John Colbert James Gilroy R C Rives Eugene Wieman and Will McNally S P Callahan of Knoxville Tenn Supreme Trustee John J Barry of New Haven and E C Dawson of Lebanon During the initiation the Rev Father Ignatius N Ahmann of Carrollton the Grand Chaplain made a brief address stating that he was glad to see so many happy and goodnatured faces and to note the advancement made by the de gree team in its exemplification of the ritual He paid a deserved compliment to William OSnlllvaq who managed the degree team of Satolli Council Father Ahmann added that it was always a pleasure to be with them as he loved the Young Mens Institute After the work of initiation was concluded refreshments were served Many of the visitors had never seen the new ritual exemplified before and ex pressed themselves as greatly pleased with its beauty and grandeur The business sessions of the sixth Grand Council of the Young Mens In stitute Kentucky jurisdiction began Monday morning Before entering upon their work the members assembled at the Willard Hotel and proceeded in a body to St Aloysius church on Payne street where high mass was celebrated by the Rev Father J A OGrady The music by the choir was excellent After mass Father OGrady spoke to the delegates and visitors bidding them a hundred thousand welcomes to his church He said he welcomed them because of the high aims and principles which actuate them and for the good work they have done and are doing Father OGrady said there was nothing higher nobler nor more glorious than the Young Mens Institute mottoPro Deo Pro Patls At the close of the services the delegates joined with the choir in singing the Te DeumThe TrinityHellPresident Will Perry called the conven tion to order Roll call showed all the grand officers and members of the Board of Grand Directors present Grand Pram dent Perry announced the following committees JBizotHHley uUct110 r f Where aihs tucky Irish American on all occlona w has gen erouslygiven the ToAtg Mens Institute of the Kontuckyyarisdiction the use of its columns n giving the Catholic public the views of our order and AV Whereas We have1 1eon benefited In a material way and have attained an influential stand g through the use of its effective columns therefore belt 3 1Resolved That thll thanks of the Sixth Grand Council of tho Young loons Institute bo5actended to Its genial editor William M Higgins and also be it Resolved That this tho Sixth Grand Council give the Kentucky Irish American Its hearty endorse ment as the newspaper of the Ken tucky jurisdiction Si- Robert i C Goebel WilllSn Kerberg Thomas J OarveyCOT S FinanceJolin J Ivan R W Gal way and Edwin C Daeon- State of the InstitutesRev William B Ryan H seppe nfi eldlflRlves and M J Carrigan Press Robert GottitT Will Kerberg and Tom Garyey 1 The Committee on Credentials reported all J the delegatemr Btv except those nMili j toseakIatert- he Newport deegates were seated also The Rev Father Ignatius M Ahmann I Grand Chaplain offered prayer for the convention and its members after which Grand President Perry announced that the convention was open for the trans action of business Grand Chaplain Ahmann read his annual report which was received with applause especially his references to our Holy Father Pius X Father Ahmann suggested closer re lations between the subordinate councils and the Grand Council and an exchange of annual reports that all might better understand the work that was being done In conclusion the reverendspeaker thanked the delegates individually and collectively for the courtesies extended him during the year Grand President Perry read his annual report and greeting to the delegates and members of the councils which they rep resented He spoke feelingly of the efforts and success of the Grand Council during the year incidentally compli menting the work of the Grand Chaplain Grand SecretaryTreasurer George J Lautz and Joe Piazza Chairman of the Board of Grand Directors During the year new councils had been formed at Bardstown and Owensboro and plans are afoot for the organization of other councils Mr Perry expressed himself as opposed to Ute creation of the office of organizer He preferred he said an appropriation of money for that work this money to be placed in the hands of the Grand President Grand Secretary Treasurer and Chairman of the Board of Grand Directors The report dwelt at some length on the intellectual features of the councils urging that dances and euchres be abandoned and lectures and musicales be substituted in their stead In conclusion he congratulated all present on the fact that the Kentucky jurisdiction was in a flourishing condition Joseph Piazza read the report of the Board of Grand Directors which was brief and to the point merely stating that harmony prevailed in the order and that the outlook for the future prosperity was bright and urging an appropriation organizationGrand George J Lautz read his annual report showing gain of 142 in membership in the three Louisville councils during the past year jurisdiction 1143 The tetal receipts for the year were Il15590jthe expenses 98973 leaving a balance of 16617 on hand All the reports were submitted to com mittees and the Grand Council adjourned for luncheon to meet again at 2 oclock When the Grand Council resumed its work in the afternoon twentynine title= I gates were present Secretary Lautz read a communication from the Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce inviting the Kentuckyjurisdiction Council in that city and setting forth the many beauties of the place and its his toric surroundings Thtilcommanication wee received and filedAnothercow inHalcfttioH was read front the Grand Coaadl of P iMyvaBU giving a state MKt of oMdWoM txfaUag isi that Mateo o- JrJ 12J where the order has had a hard struggle Chairman Augustus J Bizot of the Committee on Laws and Supervision made his report Only a few minor and unim portant changes in the laws were recom mended Michael Kasper of Madison Ind expressed himself es well pleased and greatly edified with the exemplification of the three degreed under the ne ritual He congratulated the delegates on the good work that was being done Supreme Secretary OBrien who is making a tour of various States in the interest of the order was introduced by Grand President Perry Mr OBrien congratulated those present on the per sonnel of the Grand Council and said he was gratified to see the younger members taking the lead and giving the older workers a rest He sal that this is the case in each of the three Grand Councils of the Central West In these Grand Councils the true spirit of fraternity and the beauties of the order are well con ducted Mr OBrien said that he felt well repaid for his many labors by the progress made by the order in recent years The order he said was now con ducted on business principle and stands on a solid foundation It Is stronger financially than ever before Right here it may be saidthat much of the success the Young Mens Institute is due to the zealous work of Supreme Secretary OBrien although he is too modest to claim the credit The Rev Father William Ryan of Winchester gave a very interesting synopsis of the past conventions of the Young Mens Institute His remarks were interspersed with wit and good advice Others who made bikl tddtessea were Joseph A Cassidy of Bellevue and William OCon nor of Satolli Council The Grand Council adjourned its business session until Tuesday morning- In the evening the delegates andvisit ors were tendered an infornial reception at the Athletic Club at Fifth and Zane streets The local members of the order with their wives sisters and sweethearts were present in large numbers to greet the visitors Good music and light re freshments helped all to enjoy a pleasant evening The Reception Committee was madeup as follows Clarence H Zook John Ryan Frank Murphy George Perry Philip Stitzel William Shaugh nessy James B Kelly William Hillericb and At Steiger The chaperones were Mrs Clarence H Zook Mrs James Br Kelly and Mrs Dr Max Eble On Tuesday morning the Grand Coun cil resumed its business sessions with Grand President Perry in the chair and all delegates present Grand Chaplain Father Ahmann opened the meeting with prayer after which the convention pro ceeded to dispatch its business with celerity After the unfinished business of the preceding day had been disposed of the Committee on the State of the In stitute reported that the affairs of the order In the Kentucky jurisdiction were in a splendid financial condition and that great gains itfmembershlp had been made during the past year It also recommended the setting aside of an appro priate sum for the purposes of organiza tion and called on the members to remember their obligations to our holy mother church and to maintain the dignity of the Young Mens Institute The committee likewise recorded its appreciation of the work of the Ritual Committee and expressed the hope that two delegates Instead of one would repre sent the Kentucky jurisdiction at the next Supreme CounellIThe Grand Council indorsed the new ritual and requested that the Supreme Council adopt it The Board of Grand Directors reported that it had examined the books of Grand SecretaryTreasurer George J Lautz and found them correct and well kept Chairman Piazza of the Board of Grand Directors reported the work of the degree team recommending that the team be assisted in perfecting its work and given additional paraphernalia He expressed the thanks of the board to the three Louisville councils for their work and generosity and recommended that the degree work be placed in the hands of the Grand President Grand SecretaryTreasurer and Chairman of the Board of Grand Directors The Committee on Laws reported adversely on the proposition of D H Salten brock whodesired to establish a maga zinc and sought the indorsement of the Young Menftlnttitute through the Grand CouncilChairman Augustus Bizot reported favorably the resolutions of the Press tom mittee indorsing the Kentucky Irish American The report of the committee was adopted by arising vote John J Sullivan SrrChalrmal10fthe Finance Committee reported the finan cial affairs in aovud condition A com Q- cC n mittee was appointed to draft suitable resolutions thanking Father Ahmann for his untiring work as Grand Chaplain and in drafting the new ritual The Grand Council also adopted a resolution thank ing Trinity Council for the use of its I and thanking John J Barry of Ne Haven for his work as Supreme Trustee The per capita tax was fixed at eighty cents a year tthe lowest rate of any simi lar order in the United States On the invitation of James J OBrien the Grand Council decided to meet i Lexington next year The election of officers was then entered upon The Rev Father Ignatius N Ahmann of Carrollton was reelected Grand Chap lain He had no opposition Joseph Cassidy of Bellevue and James B Kelly of Trinity Council this city were nomi nated for Grand President Mr Cassidy courteously but firmly declined to be a candidate and urged his friends to sup port Mr Kelly who was elected by acclamation Mr Kelly made a very happy speech in response The other officers elected were First Vice PresidentJoseph A Cas sidy Bellevue Second Vice PresidentDr Joseph Reardon Newpor- tSecretaryTreasurerGeorge J Lantz Louisville MemphiswDirectorsEdwin C Dawson of Lebanon William OConnor of Louisville and James B Clark of OwensboroAfter election a rising vote of thanks was tendered Supreme Secretary OBrien who then formally installed the new grand officers Grand President Kelly thereupon assumed the chair and announced the following standing com mittees Laws Augustus J Bizot Rev William B Ryan and John J Sullivan Jr Degree Work Harry Swann John Ryan and Clarence H Zook ArbitrationJoseph Piazza James J OBrien John P Hanley S A Noe and George Perry There being no more business to transact the meeting adjourned sine die with the greatest good feeling prevailing on all sides The banquet given in honor of the grand officers was held at the Willard Hotel Tuesday night It was a delightful affair in every respect and the excel lent menu was thoroughly enjoyed by all When the guests sat down the blessing was invoked by the Rev Father J A OGrady After the tasteful viands had been dispatched and cigars lighted Coun cilman Augustus J Bizot in the role of toastmaster tgracefulllyopened the feast brth9 gt nnowCl tluemZfre1itltte rial feast In a few words he introduced the Rev Ignatius Ahmanu who spoke to Our Church Father Ahmann was very earnest in his remarks He said that to properly describe the church in so short a time would be like putting the ocean into a thimble it would be nothing short of a miracle He then told what Marconi was doing with wireless telegraphy and said it was as nothing as compared with the wireless telegraphy of Christ that had come down through the church to us for nineteen centuries a wireless telegraphy that costs nothing Speaking of the situation in Europe at present and the unrest caused by Turkish massacres the reverend gen tleman told how one Pope had caused the subjugation of the Mohammedans in 1571 and how the same scourge visited Europe again in 1683 and the Moham medans were again subdued through the instrumentality of the Pope Father Ahmann reviewed briefly what the church had done for civilization and morality The church he said had ever been In the forefront In progress In sci ence and in education He recalled the fact that Mrs Coomes a Catholic was the first person to teach school in Kentucky how the Royal Academy of Medi cine in London was founded by a Catholic priest and spoke of Faust and Gut euburg the Catholic inventors of the art of printing He also extolled the church for its continued championship the cause of liberty Father Ahmann told what the Catholic church had since done for the press and what the Catholic press was doing for the country He made a special mention of the benefits the Young Mens Institute hadreceived from the Kentucky Irish American and held It up as an example of what the Catholic press could and should do for its readers at the same time recommending the paper to all members of the order Joseph A Cassidy of Phil Sheridan Council of Bellevue the new Grand First Vice President responded to the toast Our Order Mr Cassidys remarks were brief but to the point and told of the good example set by men who at tended mass regularly and urged coun cils to be careful in selecting their mem bers from devout Cotholic young men- U the individual members were of the proper stripe the council would take care of Itself he said Following Mr Cassidys response all present joined in singing America Joseph E Piazza responded to the toast Our Country Mr Piazza made a splendid address and was frequently applauded William A Perry the retiring Grand President made a thought ful response to the toast Kentucky JurisdictionThe Father J A OGrady was called upon and made a very happy im prompts address expressing his admiration for the Young Mens Institute and telling those present that it was his delight to give the order his bleeeing The Rev Father William B Ryan of Win charter likewise made an Impromptu ad LCONTINUSD OK THIRD PAG8J J r n FITTINGLY Jtthtw dleo of Monsignor Knblor Celebrated Bonloved Pastor of St Mar tins Church Solemn Religious Services Hold on Anniversary of Ills Ordination MUSIC ADDRESSES AND PRESENTS Among the noted events of the week in local Catholic circles was the three days celebration of the silver sacerdotal l MonsignorFrancis Martins church at Shelby and Gray streets Although the actual twentyfifthfanniversary of Monsignor Zablers ordi Tuesdaythebegan the celebration Sunday and carried it through Monday and Tuesday The handsome church edifice was tastefully draped Inside and out with the Papal colors while potted plants palms and Variegated flowers adorned the altars and sanctuary On the sidewalk outside the church beautiful white arches had been passedinchurch door on Tuesday morning The attendance at each of the functions social and religious was large and not only did St Martins people turn out well but people from all over the city were present The Right Rev Bishop and many of the clergy assisted at the religious celebration on Tuesday The first of the series of celebrations was held in St Martins school hall on Gray street Sunday evening The grown men and women of the congregation as sembled there and congratulated their pastor Many brought handsome pres ents to show their appreciation of his long labors among them The school t building was tastefully decorated for the c occasion andover the center of the stage the figures 1125 were suspended Small American flags and yellow and white bimtirig hung = in festoons lrointGoceit= ing An orchestra discoursed excellent music during the evening Bernard Schaepers one of the older members of the congregation delivered a congratulat ory address In German and Louis attorneydelivered 1 Ing the labors of Father Zabler among the people of St Martins parish and congratulating him upon the results he had accomplished The choir of St Martins church under the direction of F Prof Bernard Dentinger rendered Schil lers The Bell in exquisite style M Charles Metzler played a violin solo and the girls of St Martins school gave a very pleasing drill Monsignor Zabler made a happy response to the expres sions of congratulation and goodwill of his people and said he would ever strive to hold their high regard On Monday morning the children of the parish assembled in the church when the jubilarlan celebrated mass and blessed the little ones After mass the children rendered an attractive musical pro gramme In the evening the children assembled in the school hall Jo formally congratulate Father Zabler and wish him many more years of useful labor among then The parents of many of the chil dren also attended the evening exercises Master Charles Siemens delivered an ad dress in behalf of the boys and girls to which Father Zabler responded An in teresting programme of songs drills and recitations followed The religious celebration of the jubilee was held in St Martins church at 10 oclock Tuesday morning Long before that hour the church was filled to over flowing with friends of the jubilarian The clergy formed In procession in the rectoryand then proceeded into the church through the main door The priests were proceeded by a cross bearer and fifty acolytes tastely attired Behind the acolytes came various visiting priests then Father Zabler his assistants at the mass and the Right Rev Bishop William George McCloskey Bishop McCloskey was seated on a throne which had been 4 erected in the sanctuary for the occasion At his side was his assistant priest the Very Rev Vicar General Father Cronin and his assistant deacons the Very RevcFathers Lawrence Bax and Paul Alf Mousiguor Zabler was celebrant of the solemn high mass The Rev Father William Week of Troy Ind was deacon and the Rev F J Holweck of St Louis subdeacon of the mass The Rev Father Schuhmaun was first master of cele r monies and the Rev Father Denis Mur phy was second master of ceremonies A lull orchestra assisted the choir uuder the direction of Prof Bernard Dentinger in rendering the music of the mass The jubilee sermon was preached byathe Rev William Stang D D of Provi dence R I an eloquent and gifted orator The sermon was delivered In German Father Stang dwelt at length upon the dignity of the priesthoodand paid a high tribute to the worth of Father u Zabler as a man of God After the mass the Bishop and clergy CONTIOTJtD OX THIRD PAG Ga a o IT I KENTUOKY iJH A orr RIOAN e KENTUCKY IRISH flMERKM IINNIIIMIIIININNIIIN ieToted to the Moral and Social Advaiicement of all Irish America s KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Bittered at the Louisville Poitoff jce as SecondClass Hitter StreetAddrrre TRADES COUNCIL L LOUISVILLE Ky SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 26 1903 DEMOCRATIC TICKET 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 Slate HV MCHESNEY Superintendent of Public Instruction- JJ H FUQUA SR Commissioner of Agriculture HUBERT VREELAND Clerk of Court ot 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 Branch x JOSEPH PRYOR Judge of Jefferson Circuit Court Chancery Branch Division No 1 SHACKELFORD MILLER Judge of Jefferson Circuit Court Chancery Division No2 SAMUEL B KIRBY Judge ol Common Pleas Division No 1e EMMET FIELD Judge ol Jefferson Circuit Court Common Pleas Branch Division No2 THOMAS R GORDON Judge of Jefferson Circuit Court Common Pleas Branch Division No 3 UPTON W MUIR Clerk of the Jefferson Circuit Court WILLIAM L WELLER JR Commonwealths Attorney Jefferson Circuit Court JOSEPH M HUFFAKER State Senator Thirtyseventh Districtt LABAN PHELPS For tthe Legislature Fortyfourth District HERMAN D NEWCOMB Fortyfifth District JOHN M LETTERLE Fortyslxth District CHRIS MUELLER Fortyseventh District LAWRENCE REICHERT Fortyelghth District JAMES P EDWARD- SFortyninth District H P MDONALD s Fiftieth District J OCONNOR Fiftyfirst District THOMAS DREWRY For Constable of Eighth Magisterial DJs trict A B HACKEL THANKS TO THE Y M II Unexpected and unsolicited was the honor paid the Kentucky Irish American by the Grand Council of L the Young Mens Institute during the past week To say that the management of this paper appreci ates the honor would be putting it all too mildly It is an honor to be proud of indeed to have the official indorsement of an order of Catholic gentlemen such as compose the Young Mens Institute It has always been the aim of the Kentucky Irish American to chronicle as faithfully as possible the events of interest to members of the Young Mens Institute as well as of other Catholic associations In that we only felt that we were doing our duty to our subscribers and patrons But when the Grand Council which met this week passed a resolution In which this occurs Resolved that the Sixth Grand Council of the Young Mens Institute give the Kentucky Irish American its hearty indorsement as the newspaper of the Kentucky jurisdiction words fail to express our appreciation and delight We can only say that the Kentucky Irish American will strive inthe future as in the past to merit the recognition and appro bation of the Young Mens In stitute WILL IT HELP IRELAND U The retirement of Colonial Sec n creUry Chamberlain and his fellow members of the British Cabinet p I A means much to the people of Ireland It means a general election in Great Brain and Ireland and with the present apparent united condition in Ireland the membership of the Irish Nationalists iin Parliament ought to be considerably increased The Irish members will certainly hold the balance of power in the next Parliament and can block any and all legislation until the necessitiesof Ireland are attended to England is in a bad way The Boer war cost her millions of money and the lives of thousands of gallant soldiers to say naught of the prestige she lost as a great power when it took her so long to subjugate the liberty loving people of SQuth Africa England has long fought against the idea of protective tariff For years her Cobden Club furnished the sinews of war for the anti tariff people in the United States The tariff was bad said English statesmen It fostered trusts and put the necessities of life beyond the reach of the poor they said but the United States Government kept on the even tenor of per way and from time to time amended the tariff to suit the occasion Now Mr Chamberlain says England must have a protective tariff and he resigns when his ideas are not favorably received by Parliament Not only does he resign but the majority of the Cabinet follows his leadMr Balfour is now looking anxiously around for timber for a new cabinet and it is said that even King Edward VII is taking a hand in making selections for Great Britains new official family This new cabinet when it is formed will certainly have its hands filled with the consideration of Irish affairs Possibly to get rid of the Irish question home rule may be granted and another Parliament will sit in College Green a consumatiou de voutly to be wished FATHER AHMANNS ADVICE During the course of his remarks to the members of the Young Mens Institute during the past week the Grand Chaplain the Rev Father Ahmann gave some very good adviceadvice which should be heeded by all Catholic men not alone young men or members of the order whom he was addressing Father Ahmann said in part The young men of the Young Mens Institute should all be practical Catholics and I do do not interpret that paragraph of our laws as being satisfied with approaching the sacraments of penance and holy eucharist once a year but frequently It should be con sidered the greatest honor to go monthly As that citizen is not a good one whose only work is to keep from suicide so does our holy church not call those true practical Catholics whose sole endeavor is to prevent spiritual suicide by going to the banquet of the Lord but once a year Moreover it is your prime duty to be loyal Cath olics by showing above all the deepest respect for authority spiritual obedience to the good Bishop and the clergy A true Y M I never forgets and constantly puts into practice the words of St Ignatius- of Antioch Be in unity with and obey your Bishop who holds the place of Jesus and your priests who represent the Apostles Be a bodyguard to yourppriests your fathers and best friends and assist them whenever you have an oppori unity and with pleasure Even ifE now and then human frailty does not deal out the full measure of justicej obeyabove all The only u 0 way to go to heaven is by humility and obedience Holy Scripture gives the following admonition Be obedient to your prelates for they are to render an account of your souls and do this with pleasure and not with grief for it will not be expedient to you There is much food for thought in these admonitions of Father Ahmann They should be remem bered and put into practice by every member of the Y M I Of course the great majority of the members of the order approach the holy sacraments more thanI once a year Likewise do they obey in word and deed the voice of their spiritual superiors yet lest they grow lukewarm it is well tto have their attention called to these matters from time to time Catholic young men should at all times strive to make their societies an auto their pastors and consequently to the church This was the in tention of the founders of the Y M I The order was founded for the purpose of keeping Catholic young men together to make them ever mindful of their holy faith and of their duty as citizens It follows that unless they render to their Bishops and priests that obe dience of which Father Ahmann spoke so eloquently that they are not maintaining the spirit of faith and without adhering strictly to his religion no mftu can be a good citizen in the true sense of the wordBe it said to the credit of the members of the Y M I in Kentucky that they have ever striven to obey their ecclesiastical superiors Their work in the past and in the present speaks for itself They have sought the blessings of the church and have made every effort to set a good example to others At the meeting of the Grand Council held this week they have given re newed evidence of their sincerity and honesty of purpose by electing able intelligent earnest Christian gentlemen to guard their destinies for another year The IrishAmericans of this city have reason to be proud of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians Although the youngest organization of Irish Americans in the city they showed on Sunday night that they will Ileave nothing undone to make their society a credit to their race The Robert Emmet centenary cele bration given under their auspices although gotten up in a hurry was creditable and was convincing proof that the members of the Ladies Auxiliary are actuated by pure and patriotic motives Hibernian should give the ladies every encouragement in their work The Kentucky Iaish American hastens to congratulate the Right Rev Monsignor Zabler on attaining his twentyfifth anniversary at the altar of God He has deserved all the honors bestowed on him this week May he live many happy years among the people he loves and who love him MANY PILGRIMS Heard Mass at Nazareth and Vis 1 ted Father Bouchets- Orave About 1000 of the faithful people of Louisville made a pilgrimage to the of the Right Rev Monsignor gmveI Had FatherNazareth Thursday Dou1 chet lived until that day he would have celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of his ordination The friends of the dead priest sought to honor him in death by visiting his grave and saying a few prayers for the repose of his soul When the pilgrims from Louisville reached Nazareth they were met at the gate by a body of monks from Gethsemane Abbey who reciting the Miserere led the way to the chapel where a solemn high mass of requiem was celebrated The Rev Father Rock was celebrant of the mass while the Rev Fathers William Hogarty and Daniel OSnllivan were deacon and subdeacon respectively tie Rev Fathers Schuhman and Mrrpby were masters of ceremonies After the maw the pilgrims preceded by the clergy marched in solemn pro celon to Father Bouchets grave where prayers were recited The Rev Father PM J Rock delivered a touching oration that brought tears to the eyes of many of the old friends of the dead priett The core iole closed with the ringing ofthe office of the blessed Virgin by the Holy Angels Sodality of the Cathedral r n 3 S9S9S9S9S9 IETU Peter Mallon has return m a tw weeks trip through Ohio i Miss Mollie Collins has returned home after a six weeks1 trip abroad Albert F Martin spent the early partI of this week at Columbus Ohio Miss Marie Clark is the guest of Mrs Mary MauinglyatOwensboro Misses Nell Smith and Edith Cast are I visiting Miss Annie Nolan at Owensboro Neil McNamara of Keokuk is visiting his cousin City Assessor Daniel F Murphy Wilt J Kelly left last week to accept a lucrative position with the Del Prad6 Hotel in Chicago Miss Alma McCarthy bas returned home from Bay View Mich where she spent the summer Miss Maggie Campion has returned home after a pleasant visit of five weeks spent in New York Miss Lillian Barbour of Rochester N Y is visiting Miss Henrietta Kaiser of 800 Eighth street Mr and Mrs Charles OConnor of South Louisville have removed to Cincinnati where they will make their home Mrs B Fox of Memphis who has been visiting Mrs Mary Mallon and Mrs Albert F Martin has returned to homeMiss E Sullivan of Lafayette Ind a charming young lady is visiting the family of John F Sullivan at G29 East Broadway MThomas Fahey and daughter Mrs Martha Myers of Troy N Y are visit- Ing Mrs John Reid and Mrs Patrick Cain nieces of the former The Hon Edward J McDermott and Dr Thomas L McDermott have returned from a visit to their sister Mrs Cornelius Murphy at Pewee Valley James Mallon a popular fireman on the Louisville Nashville railroad has returned home after a pleasant visit of two weeks to Niagara Falls Miss Regina Reichert who spent several weeks an this city as the guest of her uncle Mike Reichert has returned to her home at Long Prairie Wis Mrs Margaret Bieley has returned to her home819 Sixth street after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs James Carroll County Carlow Ireland Mrs Robert OBryan and little daugh ter Marie and Miss Mary J Thompson have returned from a delightful visit to Niagara Palls and Atlantic City JM Farrell the popular yardmaster of the Pennsylvania illnes left Monday for a months trip to San Francisco He was accompanied by his wife and sister and his children The Chesterfield Club composed of a number of well known young railway clerks will give a dance at Delmont Hall on Thursday evening October 8 Good music wilt be in attendance Thomas D Casteel and Miss Mary C Pike were married at St Louis Bertrand church on Wednesday Many friends of the young couple witnessed the ceremony and offered their congratulations F A Hamel a brother in law of Charles J Cronan the well known drug gist and real estate dealer left Saturday for PiUaburg where he has been offered a lucrative position with a telephone company Miss Ellen Burke who has been atI Asheville N C during the past year has returned home Miss Burke made many friends during her stay in the South who regreted her departure while her many old friends in Louisville are pleased to hear of her return Miss Katnerine Delaney of Hartford City Ind is visiting her sister Mrs Mary Gallagher 1309 Seventh street and and her slter in law Mrs Ella Delaney 1709 High avenue Miss Delaney for merly lived in Louisville and has many friends who are making her ylsit a pleasant one Mrs Peter Jennings formerly Miss Margaret Finegan who has been visiting her father Michael Finegan of Ninth and Kentucky streets has returned to her home at Atoka Tenn Mrs Jen nings came to Louisville six weeks ago suffering from a severe attack of swamp fever but improved rapidly during her visit and is now fully restored to health Edwin Van Houten of Chicago and Miss Nora C Watkins of this city were married at the home of the brides parents on Chestnut afreet between Fourth and Fifth on Monday afternoon the Rev Father Schnhmann officiating Mr Van Houten is a well known Chicago businessman while his bride is a cultured and charming young lady After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Van Houten left for a tour of the Northwest They will make their home in Chic go Frank L Masc a of Cleveland 0 and Miss Minnie Rogers of this city were married at S Pauls church at 8 oclock Wedneedftj morning The Rev Father York performed the ceremony and celebrated nuj ial high mass Miss Rogers Is the cl tuning daughter of James Rogers aw 11 known member of he Ancient Qrde of Hibernian Mr Mason is a young t wJnesa span of Cleve arid where he hoi repared a cozy home for his lovely bride who will be mIssed by her wide Circle pi Louisville friends GERMAN CATHOLICS CELEBRATE The fortyeighth auuilconventiongfj the German CatboH Utilou of tttc United 1 l r If States was held at Dayton 0 during the present week The meeting began Sunday when Pontifical mass was cele brated by the Most Rev Archbishop Moeller coadjutor to Archbishop Elder of Cincinnati The sermon was preached by the Rev Father von Aschberg of Buffalo N Y In the afternoon several jjusand men took part in a street pro cessioiPRIV OPINION Does Not Indicate tho AttP tudo of the Catholic Church Since the Rev Father Baart of Marshall Mich adversely criticised the oath or affirmation taken by the members of the International Typographical Union the matter has served for a theme for numerous editorials from religious as well as secular journals Many of these articles are a mere meaningless conglomeration of words That the Catholic church has not condemned the International Typo graphical Union nor has it refused the sacraments to members of that body js shown by the following editorial which appeared in last weeks issue of The Record the official organ of the Diocese of LouisvilleThe expressed by the Rev Dr Daart of Marshall Mich and which we noted in these columns two weeks ago that no Catholic can consistently take or keep the oath of some labor unions mentioning the Typographical Union has provoked much discussion Some priests hold that the taking of the oath bars the members from sacramental absolution The Rev W H Sidley of St Raphaels church Springfield Ohio does not agree with those who hold this view He is reported as having said on last Sunday that these are the opinions of one man or of several men and cannot be construed as being the attitude of the Catholic church on the question In this Father Sidley is correct It The Rev Father D S Phelan editor of the Western Watchman publishedat St Louis also writes to the point on this subject Says Father Pbelan A good deal of fuss has been raised by the refusal of a confessor up North Ito give absolution to those who have taken the printers oath If the printers were all theologians we should think that oath objectionable Being only printers they mean no offense to religion by it The oath assumes that there could be such a thing as a conflict of duty Typesetters are seldom troubled with perplexed consciences Some one has asked the question If our Lord were shown to have taught heresy what action should betaken by the Christian body We refer the case to the aforesaid confess- orCOURTEOUS ACT Congratulatory Resolution to Father Zabler by the Y MI While the Grand Council of the Young Mens Institute was in session Tuesday the Right Rev Monsignor Zabler less than a block away was celebrating the twentyfifth anniversary of his ordination The delegates to the Grand Council as a compliment to FatherZabler unanimous ly adopted a resolution of congratulation It was couched in the following language The Grand Council of the Young Mens Institute Kentucky jurisdiction sends its heartiest congratulations to the Right Rev Monsignor Zabler on the twenty fifth anniversary of his ordination to the holy priesthood and the delegates assembled were happy to be able to witness the celebration and were highly edified at the ceremonies and hope you may live to celebrate your golden jubilee Wishing you a long life and continued blessings we remain Right Rev Father YOUNG Muffs INSTITUTE Kentucky Jurisdiction I PRETTY PRIZES Awarded at Euchre Given by Ladles Aid of the CharI- ty Club The euchre given by the Ladies Aid of the Charity Club at Bertrand Hall on Tuesday afternoon and night was quite ia success In addition to the prizes awarded refreshments were liberally dispensed The attendance at night was unusually large Messrs John J Score and Michael JF Walsh assisted the ladies as referees and announcers and their efforts were properly appreciated Among the ladle who helped to make the affair a success were Mrs Kate Newman Mrs John Me Cann Mrs J Brill Mrs John P Han non Misses Maggie Scally Philomena Gilligau and Daisy Hannon Miss Louise Shelley won the ladies prize in the afternoon At night the lady VogeltireShelley Mrs David Welsh Miss Mary Pltzsimmona Mrs Mary A Mouohan Misses Julia Crowley Hattie Howard and Katie Belnztnan The gentlemen prizewinners were Joseph Tobe Will Shelley Edward Mattingly Bernard Morthorst Martin Callahan Thomas M Dixou Thomas Tobin Humphrey OConnell Joe Kelly and Frank Pettus NOT SO BAD Peter McDermott an aged and well known gentleman was painfully injured Monday morning as the result of a cot lision between two street cars at Twelfth and Market streets He was riding in a Twelfth street cur when a heavy Market street car in attempting to cross the street crashed into it McDermott was hurled against a window and was cut about the head and shoulders by breaking glass The injured man was temporarily cared fontDougherty Keenaas office and waa later removed to his home at 1611 QHara street HUlnjurie white pain ful were not M erjoiuM atfirst repeated 7 I n- s GRAND PRIZE CONTEST 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 vineIf you are mar Yiedi you can take your better half to the great exposition for a week If you are a single man or lady yolTcaU go alone and at the expense of the Kentucky IrislTJIierican Get your friends inter ested for you at once +fIE TLJQf Y IIF1N 1ER A WO LtnS FAI BflllLiOT tC s I VOTE FOR ADDRESS H tSIGNED + Saturday Sept 26 1903 + + + + + 4 + 4 + + tt+ + IOIOTOTOTOTO1 Fifty Votes Given to Either New or Old Sub scribers for Each Paid Yearly Subscription BEGIN VOTING FOR YOUR FRIENDS 1 liiniinuniinnniiiiiiniiniiininiiniiiiilliiiniiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiniiniiniiniinnnl II III III I CKofAAt- StM rY s Hall 614 Eighth Street Monday Evening October 121hDoors Open at 7 Oclock Performance at 8 BEN SPEAKER Genl Manager TICKETS 25 CENTS I EnuiiuiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiuimiitiiiiiiiiiiiuiiBiiiiuiiiJimiii iiiiii111111111111111 fl RECENT DEATHS I Miss Mary L Finn aged forty years died at the family residence 1442 Steph ens avenue Wednesday afternoon Death resulted from paralysis after a long illness The deceased was the daughter of Mr and Mrs David Finn and was wellI known in the East End The funeralI took place from St Brigids church on Friday morning The body of Thomas Ellis who died at Austin Tex last Sunday was brought to Louisville for burial The funeral I took place from the residence of his motherinlaw Mrs Ann Lyons 1712 Baird street Thursday afternoon The deceasedwas twentythree years old and followed the occupation of linotype operator He leaves a wife and child to mourn his untimely death Mrs Margaret B Gray the beloved wife of Alexander B Gray died at the family residence 1120 West Kentucky street Friday night of last week The deceased was only twentytwo years old Previous to her marriage she was Miss Margaret Wilson The funeral took platy from St Williams church on Sun day afternoon Mrs Gray was highly respected in the community Mrs Agnes Hellman wife of Joseph Hellman died at her home in Kansas City last Saturday Mrs Hellman was the daughter of Mrs Reppert of this city Her remains were brought to Louisville and taken to the home of her mother at 1122 Wickliffe avenue The funeral took place from St Martins church on Wednesday morning Mrs Hellman was an estimable young woman and leaves many friends in Louisville to mournher untimely death James M Russell for several years Roadmaster of the Illinois Central rail road died at his home 1107 Sixth street Friday afternoon Mr Russell was ill only thirtysix hours and his death was not expected until shortly before the end came The deceased was forty years of age and leaves a wife and seven children He was considered one of the best road masters in the country and had been with the Illinois Central more than twenty years rising by his own efforts from the position of section hand to roadmaster The funeral took place from St Patricks church last Sunday afternoon He had many friends in railroad circles who join with the bereaved family in mourning his death John Sexton twentyfour years of age died at the University Hospital Saturday morning Mr Sexton was frightfully in jured three weeks ago by falling from a train on the Short Line division of the Louisville Nashville railroad As the result of the fall be suffered a broken back and the lost of his right arm Loss of blood and the strain on his nerves caused exhaustion which was the direct cause of his death His remains were removed to the hemeofhs mother Mrs Margaret Sexton 1403 Hull street and tUK funeral took place from St Aloyslua cbwrah at 10 oclock Monday morning J j IRISH S8OCIETYDIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 TuesdayTynanViceDoughertyRecording Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank ttreet- Treasurer Thomas F Walsh DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice President John J Sullivan Recording SecretaryEdward J Kei ran Financial Secretary John T Keaney 1335 Rogers streetsTreasurerOwen Keiran- DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month CavanaughVice QuinnRecording 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 HennessyVice LynchRecording n Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnut ReillyTreasurerJohn DIVISION 1 JEPFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall KinneyPresidntPrank HoganViceLynchSecretaryJohn TreasurerMike Kenney Financial SecretaryThomas OHern Y IMC I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street MurphyFirstW Born traeger HigginsRecordingCorresponding Secretary Frank G AdamsFinancial SecretaryDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia Ittree- tTreasurerJoseph Steltenpohl ShaughnessyInside Outside Sentinel Pat Connolly t BOOKKEEPING Tsatu veto ixptri UitrutHt So Chugs tut Sate W B TS3VAX moor JWGOTOTAHT 172 foatt An The deceased waa prominent in amateur baseball circles and had friends allover the city who sympathise with hia mother la her grief e u L W b- rxsaac i KI1NrUO AMERIOAS dIM 1 1 1 1 HI + nwl I 1 Hl1IiHIIJHI 1I1IiI1I 1MIM HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 r T- rS PE TTf FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 EAST IMTAIIISr STIREBT With the assistance of my sons IwJll continue the undertaking business 4 of my late husband under tIle same firm name at 838 East Math Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT HII 1 HHI1 I H+II 1 1 HMHI IHI H+1 I IIIMIlIIIlMIIIIII1 1 I IIliI v L1DI3AXff i I t Funeral Director an Embalmer rICLICPHOPiIC aooo Carriages For All Occasions 700 E CHESTNUT ST ev SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOI ON THIS 1JIH1P rbmnW b In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Passnger Agent C H ROCKWELL Traffic Manager W H McDOEL Preside and General Manager JOHN F OBRTBLBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Teleohotie 891 LOUISVILLE KY L PEfi1iININ RI I E SONSN WAGijN MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST FOR BEST OLD MKENNA1 WHISKY CALL UPON w SEVENTH AND OAK STS TEN CENTS PER DRINK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out F Illinois Central Raliroad 8 MMR nC RSION I1CKHS 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 One Way and Round- Trip Rates in effect on first and third Tuesdays each month to the South and Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma Texas eta nest Line to Hot Springs For fold rand descriptive matter of California and circulars cripiveoll- aodalntke South and through rickets call Oft W J McBride City Paw Agent MmUMMt corner Fourth and Market or tddMMF Vti JW16w DI AUHbtflk o TnTAC7WLBYSMo- nday Tuesday and Wednesday Even ings and Wednesday Matinee DE WOLF HOPPERI- N Gmr PJoJlvvJo1c Thursday Friday and Saturday Evenings and Saturday Matinee THE SLEEPY KING FIOPKINS Week Commencing Sunday Matinee Sept 27 BVB AFTeRNOON AND NIGHT The beautiful myriad dancer P PINTA1 in her latest dances KATHERINE BLOODQOOD the famous contralto Drawee juggler Howard Sisters Leo and Chapman George W Day monologist and the Biogra- phMJ1SONIa MM ER 4th and Chestnut Oop Posterities MATINEES Wednesday Thursday Saturday Week Commencing Monday September 28 Beautiful dramatization of Irving Bachellers EBEN HOLDEN with original New York scenery and effects and a superb cast headed by MR HENRY HORTON Matinee Prices 10 and 25 cents Night Prices I5c 25c 35c 50c 75c no higher BUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY SEPT 27 Matinees Sunday Monday WeJneidty 8atarda7 Webers Parisian Widows- a sunburst of merriment Big company Iscladlit Bison City Qiir tette The Simpsons Annie Peyser Charles Falk and a host of others CB THOMPSON FtOh2IS 1ROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jefferson St Both Telephones 10SO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed JON M MULLOY DEALER IN SpicssAnaPond Lily and Home Baking Powder 2i4V lrARK TAT Telephone Main 1180 MACKIN BALL CLUB The Mackln Ball Cuba organisation made up of some of the best known young men of the West Bodl bas uM a challenge to play any ehtb In the city whose members are of lite aaweThsnw- tpbera have bees practicing all sum per and now btUere they in condition o r to play good ball Np challenges will be accepted after Christmas Tile club iis made up as follows Charles Raidy captain and catcher William Kerberg pitcher Frank Moran shortstop Frank Adams first base Frank Scholtea second base Prank Murphy third base Robert L Fisher right field James Shelley center field Jack McQuese left field Tom Burkholder umpire PRIZE CONTEST For Worlds Fair Trip Prom Is Surprises Next Week Each week adds new features of interest to the Worlds Pair contest arranged by the Kentucky Irish American The hustling of the friends of a number of candidates during the present week is bearing fruit and when the names and standing of the contestants is published next week note few surprises will be in store The single gentlemen seem td have taken a better grip on the proposi tion this week and several of the candi dates have moved toward the van rapidly The Unmarried ladles seem to be working very quietly but no doubt will show a wonderful burst of speed when the proper time comes Remember the prizes A trip to the Louisiana Purchase Exposition or St Louis Worlds Pair next year transpor tation and one week at tne Lindell hotell free to the most popular single lady the most popular married couple and to the most popular single gentleman The conditions are simple and easy For every dollar paid in as a subscription to the Kentucky Irish Americas you are en titled to fifty votes whether it be from a new subscriber or whether it be from a subscriber in arrears Besides a ballot appears each week thus giving the subscriber one additional ballot each week until the contest is closed The race is open to all regardless of creed or nationality STATE COUNCIL Organized by Knights of Columbus and Officers Are Chosen The State Council of the Knights of Columbus was organized in this city during the present week Representa tives were present from the councils in Lexington Covington and Louisville The officers of the State Council are Charles J OConnor Louisville State Deputy George A Burkley Louisville State Secretary C J Reagan Lexing ton State Treasurer F M Tracy Cov ington State Advocate J C Rogers Lexington State Warden F M Tracy and J P Lyons representatives to the next national convention to be held at Louisville in June 1004 The Knights of Columbus are making arrangements to organzize a council in Owensboro at an early date A large class will be initiated by Louisville Coun cil late in October or early in November NEW VICE PRESIDENT Joseph Dougherty Chosen to Succeed Tom Dolan Resigned State President Keenan presided over the meeting of Division 1 Ancient Order of Hibernians Tuesday night in the absence of President Mike Tynan Peter Cosgrove and William Nally were initiated receiving all four degrees while the third and fourth degrees were con ferred upon Patrick Meehan The resig nation of Vice President Tom Dolan was acceptedwith regret and Joseph Dough erty was elected to succeed him County President Sullivan installed the new Vice President Mr Dolan resigned because he injured one of his feet recently and is notable to attend the meetings Two applications for membership were received and brief addresses were made by State President Keenan County Presi dent Sullivan und others WATCH CHARM POUND A handsome watch charm evidently the property of a Catholic was picked up on the street on Labor day It is in the shape of a Maltese cross and engraved on one side is a picture of the Blessed Virgin with a number of stars On the other side lis engraved the letter M surmounted by a carved cross The owner of the article can ascertain where his property is by applying at the office of the Kentucky Irish American MAKING GOOD STREET Green street between Fourth and Fifth is being reconstructed with asphalt This block has a great deal of travel every day and the old boulder pavement has long been an eyesore to the public who hadbusiness in the center of the city Pew if any streets in the business section needed reconstruction so much and the asphalt pavement will not only add to the appearance of the street but will facilitate tragic ATTEND LAWN FETE The Womans Auxiliary to the Typo graphical Union No 10 will give a lawn fete at 204 East Broadway on the evening of Wednesday September 30 Good music will be in attendance and refreshments will be served Admission will be only fifteen cents The ladle of the auxiliary are engaged In a noble work and their lawn fete should be well attended AN OFF WEEK Owing to the fact that the Grand Council of the Young Mens Institute met In Lotokyille this week none of the local councils transacted any uellWl In sUad the members devoted Ulvwi to the eiitertalniiHint of the visiting members thdtleigeates 0- Ci Fall Styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas ft F KERSTING 1 Jeweler A- NDOptician lVj 18th and Market Sts Phone i Main 3864A HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 49 of Boston has brought a fair to ri successful conclusion Ten priests rode in carriages in the recent parade of the Utica Hibernians Division 26of Providence R I in itiated a class of twenty at a recent meet ingDivision 0 of Syracuse gave a warm welcome to the new pastor the Rev Father OShea Company C Hibernian Rifles of Provi dence R I are preparing to hold their annual fair in October Gaelic games furnished the principal amusement at the recent picnic given by the fide divisions of Lowell Mass More than 8000 persons attended the Irish field day given under the auspices of the Hibernians of Charlestowu Mass Members of the degree teams are burnishing their memories in prepara tion of lots of work during the fall and winterMembers of the order in St Paul Minn celebrated Emmets centenary with a street parade in the afternoon and a musical and literary entertainment at night The proceeds of the Hibernian day celebration in Baltimore amounted to a considerable sum and will be devoted to the erection of a suitable hall for the orderEvery division of the order in the United States either had its own celebration 61 Robert Emmets centenary or assisted other societies in celebrating the occasion The Hibernians of Detroit are preparing to Bive an Irish fairfor the week beginning November 2 The event promisesto be ofa very interesting character The Rev Father Ponahue National President Dolan and County President Dorsey made addresses at the recent picnic given under the auspices of Division 7 of Syracuse Division 20 of Bayonne N J is known as the banner division ofHudson county In addition to JOO members it boasts a fife and drum corps and Company A Hibernians Rifles is made up of its membersReports in the hands of the National Secretary show an increase of 100 divisions since July 1 1002 and an estimated increase in membership of 12000 The National Treasurers report shows a bal ance of more than 5500 on hand Members of the order in South Bend Ind have organized a corporation to be known as the Hibernian Home Associ ation It is capitalized at 10000 The object is to build a home for the order Sixty shares of the stock have been sold Divisions 1 and 2 of Portland Ore presented Bishopelect ORellley with one of the most beautiful crosiers ever seen west of the Rocky mountains While Bishop OReilly was being es corted through the hall the choir of St Matys church sang the Star Spangled BannerThe Right Rev Thomas J Conaty the new Bishop of Los Angeles Cal atttended a meeting of Division 20 of that city recently and was given a rous ing welcome President OBrien and Chaplain Father Murphy both formally welcomed the distinguished prelate who in turn delighted the members with his address in response In conclusion Bishop Conaty expressed the wish that Hibernians would be ever true to this land of freedom and worthy of its citi zenship A visitor from the East who recently attended a meeting of Division in Chi cago heralds it as a model division He points out that with its membership of 183 it has a circulating library consisting solely of Irish national literature and a club room where the brothers may daily assemble and discuss current events The visitor says he was much impressedwith the following exordium of the President of Division 9 We shall pass through this world but once Anything therefore that we can do orjiny kindness we can show to others let undo It now Let us not defer it nor neglect It for we shall not pose this way again CARDINAL GIBBONS HOME His Eminence James Cardinal Gibbons arrived iu New York Tuesday en route home from Rome where he attended the obsequies of Pope Leo XIIIaitd took part fa the elfetln of His Holinetw Pope Pin X Cardinal Gibbons was warmly welcomed iin New York and was given fIkanovalw1 he reached Baltialore Among the few se model gowM and coat shown at tide Duly date eouiWna done of a sbujjgy slIkfaibeHat awl plain broadcloth MT3t I 1 YOUNG MENS INSTITUTE CONTINUED PROM FIRST PAC dress congratulating the assemblage on the election of such a solid and excellent set of officers whom he asked alf to aid and thus put Kentucky in the first rank S B Callahan of Knoxville Tenn responded to the toast Our New Coun cils He made a very favorable impres sion John M Cooney editor of the Nelson County Record spoke on Fraternal Societies and John Barry editor of the New Haven Record and a veteran Y M I made one of his humorous addresses on his favorite subject The Press The festivities concluded with the chorus Faith and Fraternity FITTINGLY CONTINUED PROM FIRST PACE were given a banquet in the hall of the boys school Many toasts were responded to and all spoke feelingly of the priest in whose honor the banquet was given Oh Tuesday evening the members of St Martins choir who had generously given so much of their time to make the jubilee a success were given a ban quet The evening was pleasantly spent There was music and a few speeches after the bounteous repast had been dis patched The choir was an unusually strong one fortyfive members and all members of the congregation During the three days jubilee Mon signor Zabler was the recipient of many presents among them a suitable purse from the men of the congregation and another from the trustees The young meb of the parish paid for the decorations while the ladies of the congrega tion furnished the viands for the banquets Each of the several branches of the con gregation had work allotted to it and each performed its part admirably It is to be hoped that Father Zabler will be spared to celebrated his golden jubilee among the people who honor him as their1 pastor NEW SOUTH Engineer Tim Scanlon Tells of Its Prospects and Advantages Tim Scanlon a popular engineer in the employ of the Illinois Central railroad at Vicksburg who has been visit ing relatives and friends In Louisville for several weeks past will return home with his wife today He lived in Louis ville for many years and both he and his wife who was formerly Miss Mary Mon ahan are both well known in this city Mr Scanlon believes that that there is a great future about to open for the South He says there is every indication that the Illinois Central will soon be the greatest railroad system in the world Even now cars laden with cotton and cotton seed oil are being shipped south to New Orleans with their freight billed direct to Ireland He also says manufactures are springing up on all sides in the South which with the proposed Isthmian canal will make New Orleans as great if not greater than New York or Chicago BIG INCREASE Mode by the Ancient Order of III bernlans In the City and State A fine meeting of Division 2 Ancient Order of Hibernians was held Friday night of last week President Coil Ford occupied tile chair County President Patrick T Sullivan reported the order in Jefferson county in splendid condition Division 2 having increased 80 per cent He urged all to work hard to further In crease the membership before January 1 Mr Sullivan said that the order was in creasing everywhere and he believed that Kentucky would show the greatest increase of any State fa the Union when the next national convention was held State Secretary Meehan followed with a brief address telling how the order was increasing not only in Jefferson county but all over the State It was announced that the next meeting of the County Board would be held on Wednesday September HINTS ON STYLE Blue and green combinations come up smiling among the handsomest of the autumn goods The plaited and belted coat with Its plaits set upon a plain long shoulder yoke which Is cut in one with the front piece Is a good outing model for tweed or serge Chiffon or mousseline enters into the composition of many of the new cloth frocks and is sometimes set in as puffed band trimming as In the case of another frockOne material silky and shaggy has an almost invisible check of blending green and light browns and through it are little shadowy splashes of dull orange Another in dark blue and white has here and there an Indeterminate dash of pow der blue Velvets in all forms appear to be making a strong bid for favor and not in many seasons have there been such variety and beauty In fancy velvets Panne Is the most prominent but astonishing things are done with the once plain panne luvariablyIsleeve are popular and when a yoke is not applied the bodice shoulder itself is cut in one with the sleeve top or cap and the upper half of the armhole Is en tirely lost to view Autumn hats have been shown to the trade and some women are buying new bats to carry them through the betwMH MMoua month but the beat of the Preach bate have not yet been shown and it Is early to prophecy just what 00will catch the popular fancy C C ROE CLEM W HUGGINS MUGGINSfj rATTORNEYS ATLAW Home PhohorSlll1 341 FIFTH ST- REETHICKEY r t t t t t t t + SAMPLE ROOM Good ooJl1M J HICKEY Proprietor Homo TcleftlioMo 384 248 VW Joffovaoxx Stt M t tH Mt tM Mt tH M tM tM Mt tM +++ H f tMt M tHt M +M+ +M+ t tH tH+ 1 1 JOHN 15 FRANI r WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE KY HMHt + H4HH + + + + + t + + + + + l+ + + FINE WINES CHAM- PAGNESALKOliE3 345 West Green StreetLIQUORS CIGARS MMHMMMMMMHMM It t It t + + HENRY C LAUERT rnpIION 11o Fine Wines and Liquors Livery Boarding Stable 407 JEFFERSON ST 428 and 430 Branch House 905 West Market EAST JEFFERSON STREET Free CirculatingLibrary Irarin i r Boys Clothing Department at LEVYSThird ottd Market Three hundred volumes Membership card to any boy when he gets his suit or overcoat Let the boys ask for it 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 Full particulars and sample policy at your age gladly furnished free on request to CLARENCE H lOOK Spcolo1 Atzejnt 3334 COURIERJOURNAL BLDQ BOTH PHONES 3459 WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOON VAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 442 W GRITI3 tST 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 Telepfceae 1948 234 Sixth Street BASE BALL The Frank COM baseball team will cross bats at Reccius Park tomorrow in the second game ofa the series with the Reccina club The OOM team won the game last Sunday but the Reccius boys are determined to recover their low laurel tomorrow The game will be called at 315 oclock Admiasloa ten cents SMOKE and ENJOY COdl KENNEDYS 4 OIGARSThey Are The Best Brands Made Monarch Gen DeWe- tIrishAmerican FLORA DE CASTILLO Finest 10 Cent Cigar Made ISO T W JMalML Street 4 Wall Border and Ceiling PapersONE PRICE GO TO i 1R M CULLEYS CUT RATE Wallfffap6rfljllsOFOR I J lVall Paper a 1383 SEVENTH ST NEAR OAK GO TO Pioneer Bottling House y FOR n STRAIGHT WHISKIES r BIG JUG AT DOOR Js 3P I A2V1S913 WEST BROADWAY near Union Station LOW EXCURSION RITES FROM LOUISVILLE VIA Southern Railway 13005 DENVER PUEBLO COLO COLORADO SPRINGS and return on sale daily up to Sept 30tb good return- Ing Oct 31st 11595 ASHEVILLE and HOT SPRINGS N Cr and return on sale daily long return limit low rates to other resorts in the beautiful Land of the Sky charmingMountafn 4 Carolina Land of the Sky Booklet application tion139fifi Hot Springs and return 4965 5635EIup to Sept 30th good returning October 31stFor folders and complete information address C H Hungejford Dlst Pass Agent Louisville Ky j G B Allen Asst Genl Pass Agent St Louis Mo H B Spencer Gen4 Manager St Louis Mo i BIG FOUR ROUTE I TO IndianapolisPeoria CHICAGO AxpArr POINTS XX INDIANA and MICHIGANii BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE No 269 Fourth Av- ee1 QArjB mJ General WM JLYNCHPAyP c CDiCWMATI O pH i TI c oNfUPsr = 4xiH axnRSC r ON COALIt is hardly neccssarv to suggest that you prepare to fill your coal house Our Coal is clean burns free from clinkers and hold fire over night Pittsburgh 4th Pool Lump 26 Bushels 326 Pittsburgh 4th Pool Lump100 Bushels 1300 PACIFIC CO Phones 1821 2886 CHAS L CRUSH Mgr 452 W Jefferson St N tloooo4oo S 3S S Kentucky Stove and Tinware Co Wholes leand Retail Dealers in Stoves Ranges Mantels Stove 1 Fittings Tinware Granite Ware I 1MOTTS FURNACES AND KETTLES FRANK McDONOQH Manager 705 W Main Street 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 For GoodnessSake Ea- tMOTHERSt GOOD II GOOD EVERYBREAD t IIEVERY ttAs 111- 1t good as the best flour and the best baking II 1 t IIBLUnII st8 SS QS WATHENSe- Ice Cream and Sherbets + HAVE THREE STRONG POINTS PURITY QUALITYI PRICE Try them and you will be convinced Cream shipped as far as 400 miles HOME TELEPHONES 2144 AND 3968 629 EIGHTH STREET R STATIONERS PRINTERS BINDERS BOOKSELLERS COAL The Bradley GilbertINOO- EFOBATED Go Blank Book jPaperrBoz Manufacturers RtpNiinurtmw 1 the Hammond Typewriter for Ktntuckj Typewrit supplied Ribbons etc for alJ ichlnii I Cor Third and Green Sts LOUISVILLE KY 4wasa=PrealdeettiCcttirS Young People yO Budded Good Employment and SnxsustD- ALI OK wlfn FOR Nil nlrOSYATIQH- IlsleR Nth 111- MIIXi1I MAIei srasara AND LOUls ItU4Iag ILLEKYusmess C0IIege I RAlJa O t DANIEL DOUGHnRlY THOMAS KEENAN DoUgh6rLu K66nanU- NDERTAKEQS f NWN 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth HOJolE T JCPHO t240e All Oalls Promptly Attended to Day or NIght Oar 1 rIages Furnished for All Occasions Q Dougherty Homo Telephone 2916- Oe I Nt 8451 s rat WtAPCar 4ef a eI17llaltr5 j1f Slrar7ran 7f 9N71l frlelt 0IfIt 1rraillllljuc IIIliltKJ in8ewuoar HWMtH NcO Seoondand Walnut streeta The Bnoedandbatarranged- acboot l 1Hd1 Iing In the South Visitor alwaysweloosre8cboo1Jopea aIl year 8tudea Ca1l entef say time R J WRIGHT Preeldent c rI c u G n iI New EPOS Good w AT POPULAR PRICES ARE HERE Zibelines iin all solid colorings and mix I 50cinchesBeautiful line of Bright Plaid Serge cdressesPunnah Crash Suiting heavy weight 85creseda LADIESm Oxford Cloth tucked and button tab stock tucked back QQp IIWhite Price yJW Mercerized Stripe Oxford Cloth tucks box plaits and button trimmed tab stock 198 value Price T 48f this sale pl White Fleeced Bedford Cord stitched box plaits tucks and button trimmed tucked back fancy stock 5T 1 OQ 225 value Price P O Bet and and i PATIENT SOUL Of Mrs Catherine Camflelr Winged Its Way Into Eternity Few recent deaths in Louisville hayr called forth so many expressions of sor row as that of Mrs Catherine Camfield which while it had been expected nevertheless caused a shock to her hundreds of friends In the community Her death occurred at the family residence Baxter avenue near Hun street at 2- oclock last Sunday afternoon Mrs Camfield bad suffered from an affection of the kidneys during the past two years but did not take to her bed until a few weeks ago Her patient suffering was characteristic of the God fearing Irish race to which she belonged She died the death of a Christian mother fortifies by the sacraments of our holy mother the church and surrounded by her bus band and children Mrs Catherine Camfield was born In County Galway Ireland fiftyfour years ago and came to America when quite a small child Thegreater part of her life was spent in Louisville She leaves her husband Thomas M Camfield and the following children Misses Annie Katie and Mary Camfield and Thomas Jr and Frank Camfield Mrs Camfield was a good neighbor ever ready and willing to aid those ill or in distress The sym pathy of those aided in word and deed is extended to the family in their great bereavement The funeral took place fron St Aloysius church at 0 oclock Wednes day morning and a large concourse fol lowed the remains to their last restinj place in St Louis cemetery Hibernians Will Celebrate of County President Patrick T Sulllvat presided over the meeting of Division 3 Ancient Order of Hibernians on Monday night while Lawrence Mackey acted as Secretary The principal business of the evening was the discussion of the manner in which the nineteenth anniversary of the founding of Division 3 should be celebrated Thomas Jordan was elicted to membership and all outstanding bill were ordered paid Attention was again called to the necessity of establishing a company of Hibernian Knights County President Sullivan made at eloquent plea for the regular attendauce of officers pointing out the dangers oi lukewarmness and the bad example they were setting for others Absentees should always have a good excuse for failure to attend meetings Lawrence Mackey suggested that the roll be called at each meeting and that those who were not present without ft valid excuse should be fined George Butler the State Tress urer end exState Secretary James Cole man also made brief addresses County President Pat Sullivan read a letter from National Secretary Bree the order of this county oa the showing made in the past year three of the four divisions having made a decided gain ExState Secretary James Coleman urged that application be made for a national organizer to be sent to for a few weeks Attention WM called to the fact that pa October 19 Division would be uineteen years old It was decided to celebrate in a manner befittlug the occasion County President Sullivan and the officers of Division 3 wire arrange for thevcelebre lion Itila sad tkdt thU committee rill- devitean enterUdauMnt out at the ordi Jn- n n I Maxillia Crepe in solid shades suitable for street wear new shades of brown new blue navy blue gray and champagne 3f CthISEngadine Crepe verysoft material light weight in national blue dark navy 00lUches1 Pretty New Waists M FOR THE White Cloth nar row tucked yoke wide box front large fancy metal rim pearl button double tab stock T 3 448 value Price 3JWhite Pure Linon Cloth double stole effect stitched tucked back double tab stock tucked sleeves One of the seasons best bar gains in this line of goods T 2348 value Price 4 ii BACON SONS Third FourthMARKET STREETBet PORTLAND Anniversary Their- Organization Kentucky appointed- acoerwltteeto Mercerized Novelty plaited trimmed 48 andcape neatly trimmed 48 Third Fourth complimenting nary and all routine business will be dis pensed with at that meeting Division 3 will initiate a number of candidates at its next meeting MASONIC THEATER Edward H Roses dramatization of Irving Bat hellers popular novel Eben Holden will be the attraction at the Masonic Theater for the week beginning September 28lbe play will be staged exactly as it was in the original produc tion in New York with all its wealth of scenery and light effects The company is headed by Henry Horton as Eben Holden whose impersonation of what has been called the sweetest character of the stage is said to be remarkably well brought out shows close study and the work of a Clever character actor Miss Adele Lane makes a charming Hope Brower and thecast throughout seems to have been selected with great care as to their appropriateness for the parts they assume I HOPKINS The excellent vaudeville bills at Hopkins Theater continue to attract crowds to that popular place of amusement As good as the attendance has been this week the features on next weeks bill promise to draw even larger crowds Katherine Bloodgood the famous con tralto Drawee the juggler and George W Day the monologue artist and other vaudeville stars well known in this city will appear every afternoon and evening New pictures have been secured for the biograph MACAULBYS That perenniall fountain of fun De Wolf Hopper will appear at Macauleys Theatre the first half of next week The vehicle of humor this time is a musical production of lrPickwickt tiThe Sleepy King musical comedy will be the attraction at Macauleys during the lastbalf of the ekTh18 production is said to be handsomely costumed and elaborately staged The usual matinees will be given on Wednesday and Satur day BUCKINGHAM Webers Parietal Widows will be the attraction at the Buckingham Theater next week The company will present two new original1 burlesques with the latest and most elaborate musical potpourri In the eto will be seen the Bison City quartet the Sitapseas drum and xylophone experieAgniej Peyser ia bal lads Charles Falk ia illustrated songs and seyeral other noted entertainers The usual matinees will be glrea SERIES OF DANCES A series of iLeiton will be given at Norton Hall NUth and Broadway be ginning Monday evening October 12 and conUtiuioj fyjry Monday and Fri day evening tkrcwflioMt the season of 19034 The cott mltlf charge is made up of Johi W Witter James JJ- TfaptiMFitageoald ucl Fbblv in- r f SOCIAL SESSION Of the Hibernians Served tc Draw a Large At tendance Division 4 Ancient Order of Hiber nians held the banner meeting of the year last Wednesday night not less than two hundred members being present President Hennessey hustled all business through in order that the members might have more time to enjoy the social session The Visiting Committee re ported that Martin Joyce was well but that Ben Zorn was ill at the City Hos pital and Mike Reardon was confined to his home bran attack rheumatism State President Keenan made a brief address in which he told of the social and financial success of the Robert Emmet centenary celebration given under the auspices of the Ladies Auxiliary State Secretary Meehan told of the increase in membership throughout the country in general and in Louisville in particular The application of Dr T H Mulvey was received He will be the first physician to enter Division 4 The application of Patrick Flahive was also received Joseph P McGinn made a brief address on the principles of the orderAll regular business having been trans acted the social session began An abundance of refreshments had been pro vided and while the members regaled themselves a few of their number sang songs and told stories of Ireland James Kencaley and John Kenefick sang a duet GodSave Ireland The soloists were Mike Welsh John Swift and Louis Dngan Mr Welsh made the hit of the evening and had to respond to several encores PONTIFICAL MASS Celebrated In Honor of Fifty First Anniversary of Cathedral The congregation of the Cathedral of the Assumption celebrated the fiftyfirst anniversary of the dedication of that church at the late mass last Sunday Pontifical mass was celebrated by the Right Rev Bishop McCloskey assisted by the Rev Dr Schuhmann and the Rev Father Melody A number of priests from other parishes occupied seats in the sanctury The sermon was preached by the Rev Father P M J Rock who reviewed the history of the church and recalled the names of those families who were members of the congregation when the Cathedral was built Many of these ladies and gentlemen are still alive while the descendants of others continue to reside in the parish or reside in other parishes in the city The Cathedral was filled with the faithful not only of its own parish but of every congregation in the city The music was in keeping with the solemnity of the occasion- TRANSFERRED The Rev John A Creary who has been for severall months past one of the assistant priests at St Patricks church has been transferred to the post of chaplain for the Sisters of the Good Shepherd HALF RATES The Big Four route anaouHCaa half rates to Chicago and return oa account of the Chicago centennial celebration Tickets will be onsets September 36 to 2iiaclveand will be good returning until October 3 Tkke1l and sleeping oar berths eauSbe secured atthei city ticket oboe SW Fourth avenue For inn uuieta eaUQ otaddrMl Col Ilid J fields General Agent at Louisville rs NICBOSLERSHOTEL t 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 LOUISVILLE KY fS me Gnas fl Rooers BOOK GO 1 having recently incorporated and added new capital to the business are now prepared to furnish all kinds of W BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES IOF EVERY DESCRIPTION 9 PICTURE FRAMING A SPECIALTY FINE PORTRAITS OF POPE LEO XIII 0 434 W Jefierson street ftCCumbo Phone Main 1913Uome Phone 1913 or n3+ GEORGE WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANYS OB 13iBRATED Draught andBottled BeersSold at All All Leading Bars and Cafes RENOWNED FOR PURITY STRENGTH AND EXCELLENT FLAVOR GRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky NOW IS THE TIMErO SJ3XJ3Cr YOUR Holiday GiftsOur new stock is arriving daily and will be gladly shown you You can have them laid aside by making small deposits J BRUNN Jeweler1530 West Market Streett Opposite Eckert Hotel FRflNK FEHR BREWING 60INCOIWPORATJffiD Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY H t + + It t tt t t tt tit It t tit t t It tit M M H H ++ JAMES SOWDERS 159 West Jefferson Street Fishand Oysters Bora pIXO Eeg se9Ot3 tt t t t + MMMMHMMMMt t t t t t t+ tit It t WILLIAM BORGMANN Distillers Agent and Wholesale and Retail Dealer in WfllS IES tItlES ANt CIGARS Owner of GLEN BROOK Brand HandMade Sour Mash Whiskey Bottled In Bond Home Phone 6264 2141618 SEVENTH STREET tHaEHlDHHD1 it iI adf i4f 1 J OranW Smiths Sons DirectorsII I Funeral Ij I iAndI IIMISS KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmer NA Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice i MOVED TO 700 WEST WALNUT STREET TELEPHONE 810 I 4 I i ltel1 1t4 18 i DRINK Hofbrau Pilsen r Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BREwL11Q CO1S E AWYn- fCJO t o CATEr rLIPH0Nr 4bai iL9UXVuiL1I JCYe 0- a c 0 n