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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r t IRISH VOLUME XI NO 14 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 3 1903 PRICE FIVE CENTS INTERESTING Meetings of the Ladles Auxil- Iary and County Board hold This Week Emmet Celebration and Irish Field Day Wore Finan cial Successes Tidies Will Hold Charter Roll Open For Three Weeps COUNTY BOARD QUARTERLY MEETINGS The County Board Ancient Order of Hibernians and the Ladles Auxiliary held simultaneous meetings at Hiber nian Hall Tuesday night The County Board originally intended to meet on Wednesday but as several of the mem bers were to be out of the city on that night the change of dates was decided Upon The ladies met In the large hall and the members of the County Board met in the anteroom The meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary was well attended and was called princi pally to hear the reports of the various committees in charge of the Robert Emmet centenary celebration Miss Mary Cavauaugh presided and congratulated her fellowmembers on the good attendance Miss Florence Clancy was initiated It was determined to leave the charter open until October 21 and one lady pledged herself to secure thirty new members by that date The reports of the various committees showed that after all billy had been paid a comfortable balance was left in the treasury as a result of the Robert Emmet celebration This put everybody in a good humor and gave the ladies confidence in themselves for the futnre The following Standing Committee was elected for the ensuing term Miss Mary Sheridan Chairman Mrs Thomas Kee nan Mrs William M Higgins Miss Virginia Barrett and Miss Josephine God frey A rising vote of thanks was ex tended to all who took part In the recent Robert Emmet centenary celebration and the Secretary was instructed to ten der the thanks of the Ladies Auxiliary to each person by letter Before the County Board adjourned the ladies sent Misses Josephine Godfrey Lillie Callahan and Ella OConncll to extend the members an invitation to attend their meeting The invitation was acceptedand as they filed into the large han the County Board members were given a great ovation State Secre tary William T Meehan welcomed the County Board in behalf of the Ladies Auxiliary and gave a brief recital of what the ladles had accomplished Miss Cavanaugh the President called upon County President Sullivan to respond which he did in an unusually happy manner Mr Sullivan expressed himself as being proud of the progress being made by the ladles and said they S were a credit to the city and State He a hoped they would continue their success and referred briefly to the grand mission before them The ladles he said possess the spirit that has beaten in Irish hearts for centuries and closed with an eloquent eulogy of Irish womanhood and man hood congrat11Jatlngrecent celebration and premised his hearty support County Secretary Pat Welsh predicted that within a years time the Ladles Auxiliary would out number in membership the four divisions of the Ancient Order of Hibernians John P Hellon and Tom Callahan of Division 4 both pledged the support ot Limerick to the auxiliary The meeting adjourned to meet on October 21 County President Pat Sullivan presided over the meeting of the County Board Roll call showed every division repre sented by two or more members The 4meeting was called to hear reports of the various divisions Division 3 reported that it had 107 members in good standing State Treasurer George Butler who was also Chairman of the finance com mittee for the Irish field day made his report showing a handsome balance on band after all bills were paid It was determined to hold quarterly meetings of the board hereafter in Jan uary April July and October In pursuance of this agreement the next meeting of the County Board will be held on the last Friday in October At this juncture the board was called into the meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary Be fore adjourning the County Board re ceived an invitation to attend the big initiation to be given by the Covington division on October 28 POOR MISSIONS the Rev Father Albert Stroebele missionary to St Andrews Island in the Carribbean sea gave an entertaining and instructive lecture Monday night to the members of FatherDoyleCoundl Young Mens Institute of Cincinnati The lecturer was given the greatest attention while he related his experiences on south ern islands during the put two years After the lecture the members of Father Doyle Council decided to give a euchre either in October or November the pro ceda to be given to Father Stroebelcto- biftlR1mildlngmMUt OIckafMIlcfin- n 4D i his beloved Islands Father Stroebele is on a collecting tour through the United States and has been given permission by the Most Rey At chblshop Elder to preach or lecture and collect for his missions in all the churches of the archdiocese of Cincinnati a HAPPY COUPLE Celebrated the Fiftieth Annl versary of Their Wedding Mr and Mrs Gerhard Twlckler cele brated their golden wedding at their home 839 East Chestnut street on Tues day instead of on August 31 the actual fiftieth anniversary of their wedding Mr and Mrs Twickler have six living childrenGeorge Henry Joseph John and Misses Lily and Mary Twlckler The latter Is an Ursulinc nun now known as Sister Alexius and is stationed at St Josephs Orphans Home Mr and Mrs Twlckler were married in Louisville August 31 1853 In honor of their fiftieth anniversary solemn high mass was celebrated by the Right Rev Monsignor Francis Zabler at St Martins church on Tuesday After the mass Mr and Mrs Twlckler renewed the vows they made fifty years ago and Father Zabler preached a sermon on the sanctity of the marriage tie The Rev Father Thome was deacon and the Rev Father Berreshelm subdeaconof the mass The choir sang Haydns Imperial Mass A trio by Joseph Hubbuch George Middendorf and Miss Theresa Reverman was excellently rendered as were also solos by Mrs Ida Noske and Mrs George KrippenstapelA of the celebration was that Henry Middendorf and Mrs Mary Wobben who were the attendants at the marriage fifty years ago were present and acted as attendants at the fiftieth an niversary on Tuesday The church was filled with the friends and relatives of the happy couple In the evening Mr and Mrs Twickler gave an informal reception at their home on East Chestnut street Many called to wish them happy returns of the day and numerous handsome presents were received Mr Twlckler was born in Prus sia Germany seventy years ago but las spent the greater part of his life in Louisville Mrs Twickler was born at Olden berg Germany and came to Louisville when quite young Before her marriage she was Miss Dora Middendorf NEW CONVENT Established By the Domini can Sisters in South ern Iowa The Sisters of St Dominic of which St Catherines at Springfield Ky is the mother house have been engaged to teach the parochial school at Denison Crawford county Iowa this year Six of the Dominican Sisters have been sent there aud have established the Convent of St Rose of Lima Their newschool Is attached to the parish of St Rose of Lima of which the Rev Father M J Farrelly Is pastor Sister Alexia who was Miss Brigid OSnlHvan of this city is the Mother Superior of the new con vent and director of the school The Dominican Sisters are members of a great teaching order which has now twentythree novitiate houses in the United States These houses are located as far east as Massachusetts and as far west as Spalding Kas and as for south as Memphis More than 200 Sisters are engaged in the work of teaching the young Kentuckians should be especially proud of the Dominican Sisters as the order was founded by Kentucky girls at Springfield In 1822 Since that time the order has grown and flourished until branch houses have been established all over the land In Louisville the Domini can Sisters conduct the Holy Rosary Academy on Ormsby avenue and the St Louis Bertrand parochial school At Springfield they conduct st Catherines Academy for girls This year about ninety pupils are enrolled The demand for teachers of this order is increasing each year and is now greater than the supply GOOD PROGRESS Is Being Made by Sarto Coun cil and New Members Secured Sartp Council Young Mens Institute at Owensboro held an interesting meet ing last Sunday In addition to its origi nal fortyone members eight new candi dates were Initiated and the officers promise to have seventyfive members bafore the new year Sarto Council was organized on August 23 a little over one month ago Since that time it has se cured new and commodious quarters and is making favorable progress Fred Arnold presided over the meeting Sunday and Albert Oberst delegate to the Grand Council reported what had been done by that body Grand Secre taryTreasurer George J Lautz was pry ent and made a brief address before installing James B Clark the Grand Director Mr Clark spoke favorably of the Young Mens Institute and prom rued to set to work at once with a view toward organizing new councils of the order iu Headersoa cad other towns adjacent to OweiMboro 4 0 FIRST MASS To Bo Celebrated by tho Rev Father Roverman Re cently Ordained Gifted Young Man Has Spent Many Years Preparing Himself Church of the Immaculate Con ception Will Bo Crowded Tomorrow SPLENDID MUSIC WILL BE RENDERED The Rev Father Theodore Reverman D C recently ordained in Europe will celebrate his first mass at the Church of REV THEO REVERMAN Gifted young priest returns home from Europe with high honors the Immaculate Conception Eighth and Grayson streets at 10 oclock tomorrow morning The other officers of the mass will be the Rev Father Heilllng deacon and the Rev Father John Bohlsen sub deacon The sermon will be preached by the Very Rev Father Bernard Wester man The choir will sing Gounods Mass with Gounods Unfold chorus from the Redemption at the offertory Other special numbers will be Haydns Cantamus and Owens Ave Maria The Rev Father Reverman was born and raised in Louisville He is the son of Mrs Louise Reverman pf Seventh and Jefferson streets She and another son August Reverman an attorney went to Europe to see Father Reverman ordained and returned with him to Louis ville on Thursday Father Reverman attended the parochial schools in this city and then spent one year at St Mein rads College Indiana After that he spent six years in Buffalo as a student at Canisius College under the direction of the Jesuits Later he spent four years studying theology and canon law at the great university at Innsbruck Austria During the last two years he has been at tending the French seminary at Rome which is also under the direction of the Jesuits Before his ordination Father Reverman received the degree of Doctor of Canon Law It is not known yet whether Father Reverman will remain in the diocese of Louisville or will go elsewhere The people of the Immaculate Conception congregation are proud of the acquire- ments of the young priest as he is one of their own boys The church will be crowded by his many friends and aCt quaintances tomorrow as all are anxious to receive the first blessing of a young priest FINAL SUMMONS Answered by Sister Hllde garde of the Sisters Charity The sad intelligence of the death of Sister Hildegarde at Nazareth brought sorrow to many homes in Louisville She died at 2 oclock on Saturday afternoon but the news of her death did not reach Louisville in time to permit any member of her family to attend the funeral Sister Hildegarde was sixty years of age and had been a member of the Sisters of Charity at Nazareth more than thirty five years Before entering the order she was Miss Anna ODaly Born at St Marys of the Knobs Ind she came to Louisville with her family when quite a small child and was well known in this city before entering the convent She was a sister of Capt Eugene ODaly of the Louisville detective force and of Capt John ODaly of Seventh arid Zane streetsAfter serving her novitiate Sister hide garde was made a teacher of fancy needlework at Nazareth Academy Owing to her great executive ability she was oa numerous occasions sent to found new missions notably those at Hardinsburg and Frankfort Ky She was likewise the first Mother Superior of St Peters Orphan Asylum at Lowell Mass At the latter place she was taken ill three years ago Her ailment was catarrh of the stomach She was ordered home with the view of reori g her to health bet Ibra malady had gained such headway r D t that she sank continually and slowly until death came to her relief She died as she lived with cliarity to all and ill will fruoneOn Thursday of last week her brother dapt Iugene ODaly and his estirdablejwife visited Nazareth and spent several hours at the bedside of Sister Hlldegarde who knew that her earthly career was at as end Her prayers and her thoughts even then were not for herself but for the dear ones she was leaving behind Death came to her as a peaceful sleep to a worn out child On Sunday she was laid to rest in the quiet little churchyard at Nazareth Masses were offered for the repose of her soul at more than fifty convents on Sunday and at theCathedral and St Louis Bertrand church the prayers pf the congregation were offered that she might rest in peace 1GOOD TASTE Shown in Design For a Milwaukee Family Monument Wearing Completion f I Col Michael Mu doors has nearing completion a handsome family monu ment for the Keene family of Milwaukee The monument is tobe thirty feet in height and is made of Vermont granite The design is that of an Ionian cross similar to the handsome Muldoon family monument in Cave lllll cemetery The order for the monument was given by the Hon Francis Keene United States Consul Florence Italy Mr Keene wss formerly a newspaper writes and later a State Senator in the Wisconsin Legisla ture He was appointed United States Consul and left for his post last May Mr Keene married a Louisville lady Miss Emory Semple so that he Is almost as much at home in Louisville as in Mil waukeeIn a recent letter to Col Mul doon Mr Keene inquires for number of Louisville people and invites the Colonel and his family to visit him iu Italy The Iobfaucrossi takes its name from the island of Ions the place to which St Columba or St Cofumbkille was ban ished from Ireland Its ground was made sacred by the lives of St Columba and his followers and for centuries was the burial place of kings not only of Ireland aud Scotland but of rulers as far South as the Mediterranean sea Duncan King of Scotland who was murdered by Mac beth was the last monarch laid to rest on Iona It was from that island that the Irish custom of wakes is said to have originated When the body ofa dead monarchwas brought for interment the monks conductedrfcljgious rites and cere moniesfbrseveadays before the interment took place The Ionian cross is somewhat similar to the Irish cross for in addition to the cross proper it has a circle around the arms of the cross The Keene monument when erected will be an unusually handsome oue and will be finished with the good taste for which the Muldoon Monument Company is noted This same company only a few years ago erected the 500000 monument for the Mackey family in New York RECENT DEATHS Mrs Margaret Fleck a well known German American lady of the East End died at her home 1010 Milton avenue at noon last Saturday Her funeral took place from St Vincent de Pauls church Tuesday morning at 0 oclock The de ceased was eightynine years old andwas the mother of Chris and Nicholas Leight manMrs Katie McManhon aged fiftyfive years died at Sts Mary and Elizabeths Hospital on Tuesday after a briefattack of pneumonia The deceased was the widow ofP J McMannon and the mother of George E and Harry A Mc Mannon She was well known in the East End and noted for her many works of charity The funeral took place from the Church of the Blessed Sacrament at 0 oclock Thursdaymorning Miss Katherine Tighe a highly respected young lady of New Albany died at St Edwards Hospital on Wednesday after a brief attack of typhoid fever The deceased was the daughter of William Tighe of 1102 Ekin avenue and a sister of Mrs John J Morgan and of William Thomas and John Tighe Her funeral took place from Holy Trinity church Friday morning The bereaved family have the sympathy of many friends in their great grief Miss Winnie Dealy died suddenly at her place of employment 1914 First street on Monday morning The deceased was born in Ireland twentysix years ago but bad been in Louisville during the past seven years She had no immediate relatives in Louisville Her mother and father are still living in Ireland and two brothers are living in California The remains were takeu to Dougherty KeenauS undertaking establishment and prepared for burial The funeral took place from St Patricks church Wednes day morning at 9 oclock Miss Dealy was noted for her pleasant and cheerful disposition and her death was a great shock to her friends GOOD FOR INDIANA The recent Grand Council of the Young Mens Institute Indiana jurisdiction at Indianapolis seems to have given the order a renewed impetus in our sister State Since the Grand Council adjourned Brightwpod Council has been established im ladlanapolk and new councils were also established at Union and CoHnersville while former councils at Brazil and CotuBibtM have been reor ganised 1 r f SEVERALCHANGESMado testants In Worlds Fair Contest Lieut Tom Fitzgibbons Jumps Into First Place in Single Mens Race Mr and Mrs John n Honncssy Still Ahead in Married Couple Class IRISH EXHIBIT AT THE GREAT FAIR As can be seen by the table given below several changes have been made in the standing of the candidates for the Ken LIEUTENANT FITZGIBBONS Now leads in this papers great Worlds Fair contest tucky Irish Americans Worlds Fair con test Lieut Tom Fitzgibbbns has taken a good lead in the single mens race while Mr and Mrs John H Hennessy continue to maintain their lead in the married peoples race Miss Katie Hen Icy now leads the unniarried ladles though several others are close behind her It may be well to statoagain the nature of this contest The Kentucky Irish American proposes to give n trip to the Worlds Fair at St Louis next year to the most popular married couple to the most popular single gentleman and to the most popular single lady Railroad transportation and a week at the Linden Hotel will b 5 furnished free to the win ners in each of the three races The test of popularity is to be the number of votes cast through the Kentucky Irish Ameri can One dollar will get you the Ken tucky Irish American for a year At the same time you are entitled to cast fifty votes for your favorite candidate with each dollar paid in Besides that ballots are printed in the Kentucky Irish Ameri can each week These you can also cut out and cast for your favorite candidate Old subscribers who are in arrears will also be allowed to cast fifty votes for each dollar paid in During the past few days the standing of the contestants has changed several times and for awhile Mr and Mrs Dan McKenna led in the married couples race but friends of Mr and Mrs John H Hennessey came forward and placed them once more in the lead though Mr and Mrs McKenna are a close second Mr and Mrs John J Sullivan and Mr and Mrs Joseph P McGinn are tie for second place Charles Raidy aud Patrolman Dave Burke took a spurt and are tie for second place with 150 votes each John Cavanaugh is now in third place with 105 votes Miss Mamie Reilly and Miss Alice Walsh are tie for second place and it is suspected that their friends are hold ing back ballots for them Several new entries are expected in all classes before the standing will be published again While the race is open to people of every creed and nationality the contest seems to appeal particularly to the Irish Americans and members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians The national con vention of the Hibernians will be held in St Louis next year and the winners of the Kentucky Irish Americans prize con tests will be sent to St Louis while the big convention is in session Moreover Ireland will be well repre sented by a grand exhibit at the Worlds Fair Dr J J Kane and P J OBrien two prominent IrishAmericans of St Louis recently visited Ireland in the in terest of the fair It is expected that Irish Industries representing every county In Ireland will be displayed Models of the big Atlantic liners will be sent from Belfast Displays of Irish linen poplin and lace will also be made and samples of Irish marble will be a revelation to many visitors at the fair The exhibit will be made with the view of showing visitors that if Ireland has not her share of the worlds trade her people have plenty of the industrial skill This offer of the Kentucky Irish American is an exceedingly liberal one It should be taken advantage of All that it requires is a little hustling on the part of yourself and friends The standing of the contestants is as follow MARRIKD COUPXit John H Heanesfiey and wife860 u d Dan McKenna and wife 812 Joseph P McGinn and wife200Jo- hn J Sullivan and wife200Tho- masDolanand wife160 1501ThomasJohn Meagher and wife 50 Pat F McCarthy and wife 50 Harry Brady and wife 50 SINGLE IADVIKatie Henley 1 150 Mamie Reilly 100 Alice Walsh 100 Catherine Conadeau 50 Julia Kelly 50 Mary Cavanaugh 50 Margaret Norton 50 SINGLE GBNTMIMAN Lieut Tom Fltzgibbons500Dave Burketib0Charles Raldy ib0 John Cavanaugh105E- dToomey V 100 Louis DuganZooPra- nk McDonogh 52 Ed Dalton j 60 Tom Cornfield 50 John Crotty b0 Will McNally b0 James Hand b0 Tom Furlong b0 George Percy Wells 15 o I WILL CELEBRATE The Fifteenth Anniversary of the Dedication of St Frances Church Tomorrow will be the fifteenth anniversary of the dedication of the Church of St Frances of Rome In Clifton The celebration will be in keeping with the occasion At 10 oclock the Rev Father Thomas W White the beloved pastor will celebrate solemn high mass when he will be assisted by several other priests of the diocese An augmented choir and orchestra will furnish excellent music At 730 oclock tomorrow evening solemn vespers will be sung and the Rev Dr O P Ackerman will preach the an niversary sermon Benediction of the most blessed sacrament will follow and singIngmusic will also be of a high order Many of the best singers in the city and a full orchestra will assist the regular choir All desiring to attend these services may reach the church via Crescent Hill cars During the fifteen years that St Frances church has been built Father White has seen his parish grow from a mere handful of Catholics scattered over a vast range of territory to its present ample proportions Father White has proved an energetic and faithful worker in the vineyard of the Lord and is now reaping the temporal reward of duty well performed BIG SMOKER To Be Given by Trinity Coun cil in Honor of New Grand President Trinity Council Young Mens Institute held a well attended meeting Monday night President Tom Garvey was in the chair and considerable business of a rou tine nature was transacted James B Kelly the new Grand President and George J Lautzr who was reelected Grand SecretaryTreasurer were present and were given quite an ovation A com mittee was appointed to arrange for a euchre to be held at Trinity Hall on Thursday October 22 The members decided to give a recep tion and smoker next Monday night in honor of James B Kelly the new Grand President A number of good speakers will be on hand and a very enjoyable evening is promised Trinity Council does well to honor Grand President jelly He is one of the pioneer mem bers of the Young Mens Institute in Louisville and has always been a hard worker No entertainment no enter prise that Trinity Council has ever under taken has been without his earnest and energetic work Mr Kelly is a great organizer and has a knack of holding his organization together lifter it is made Since his election about ten days ago he basset on foot the machinery for the organization of two new councils The Young Mens Institute will certainly grow and flourish in Kentucky under his admirable leadership 4 IRELAND MOURNS The Death of Monsignor Gar Ban President of May nooth Colloge The Right Rev Monsignor Gargan President of St Patricks College May nooth died very recently in Ireland and the whole country mourns Monsignor Gargan was born in the County Meath in 1810 At the age of seventeen he entered Maynooth and was ordained in 1843 He then went to Paris where he became professor of metaphysics in the Irish col lege Two years later he returned to Maynooth and was appointed to the chair of humanityGargan knew intimately every member of the Catholic hierarchy now living and many long since dead besides being acquainted with every priest who studied at Maynooth during the last sixty years At his death Cardinal Logue officiated at the solemn way of requiem His remains wen laid to rest in the Col legecemeteryu jo ROSARYSUNDAYWill Church of St Louis Bortrantl Beautiful and Instructive Ceremonies to Bo Hold Morn ing and Afternoon F Many Devout Catholics Will Take Advantage ofTotics Quotles Indulgence DEVOTIONS ALL OF THIS MONTH The month of October is the month of t everyCathotlcheld and the rosary recited at certain in tervals Of course these devotions are J more frequent and more elaborate in those churches which are under the care of the Dominican priests At the Church of St Louis Bcrtrand in thIs city the devotions began Thursday evening and will continue every evening at 730 oclock throughout the month except on Saturdays The devotion consists of the recitation of the rosary a short sermon and benediction of the most blessed sacra l mentTomorrow the great feast of the holy rosary will be celebrated at St Louis Bertrands church At 1030 oclock solemn high mass will be celebrated The Very Rev Father E A Martin O P will preach the sermon The choir under the direction of Prof CharlesrWeiss will render an excellent musical programme Solemn vespers will be sung at 330 oclock in the afternoon andwill be followed by the rosary procession a sermon on the rosary by the Rev Father Matthew L Heagan O P and benedic tion of the most blessed sacrament- In the rosary procession 150 children will take part and the fifteen beautiful rosary banners will be used Each ban ner represents a different mystery of the rosary The banners representing the joyful mysteries are blue the sorrowful mysteries red and the glorious mysteries white The rosary altar will be elabor ately decorated with roses and the entire church will present an unusually beauti i ful appearance a Father Heagan who will preach the rosary sermon is a gifted dad eloquentAyoung man and during his brief stay in Louisville has made a profound impres sion as a pulpit orator 4 h Another feature of interest at St Louis Bertrands church tomorrow will be the Toties quoties indulgence All those 4 who have worthily received the sacra ments of penance and holy eucharist can gain a plenary indulgence each time they 11 approach the rosary altar and say a few prayers for the intention of our Holy Father Pope Pius X These indulgences can be gained from sunset this evening until sunset tomorrow evening This de votion is growing and each recurring year sees an increase of the number of faithfulwho approach the sacraments and then gain the indulgence by making repeated visits to the rosary altar No doubt the church of St Louis Bertrand will be crowded both at the late mass tomorrow and at the afternoon services The general public is always welcome to attend the Dominican church FATHER LAVELLE J Appointed Vicar General of a the Archdiocese of New York s The Very Rev Father My7 Lavelle has been appointed Vicar General of the Archdiocese of New York a position left vacant since the consecration of Archbishop Farley Father Lavelle was born 1 in New York City fortyseven years ago ro andwas ordained a priest in 1879 He was at once appointed junior assistant of the new Cathedral All of his life as a priest has been in connection with the Cathedral parish Since 1887 he has been rector of the Cathedral Iq 1897 he was elected President of the Catholic Summer School He has always been energetic in the cause of education and a great friend of young men A few years ago the degree of Doctor of Laws was conferred on him by Manhattan College The appointment of Father Lavelle will give general satisfaction as he Jiaa long been one of the most prominent clergymen in the diocese His un bounded energies and administrative abilities have been put to numerous tests and whenever he has been called upon he has demonstrated clear and pains taking judgment foresight skill in directing and common sense a very practical virtue which admirably bal ances his other intellectual and moral qualities n LOST AN ARM John Byrne Jr the fifteenyearold son of John Byrne of New Albany met with an accident Tuesday which resulted In the loss of his left arm The youth was employed In a box factory and while at work his hand became entangled in the machinery and was so badly mangled that amputation was necessary He U now resting as well as could be expected at fit Edwardt Hospital a oJ U 1 o e I NTUOKY JRJ8H A RIOAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN xwwxxxnxxuxwn Berated to the Moral end Social Advancement of all Irish Americana KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5c Entered at the Lonlsvlllo Postofflce 89 SecondClass Matter AJdietuH Com nnnlcaHorj to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 3Z6 West Green Skeet UNION TRADES COUNCILnose LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 3 1903 DEMOCRATIC TICKET StateGovernor J CV BECKHAM Lieutenant Governor W P THORNE r Auditor S W HAGER Treasurer H M BOSWORTH Attorney General- N B HAYS- Secretary of Sfate 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 Branch JOSEPH PRYOR Judge of Jefferson Circuit Court Chancery Branch Division No1 SHACKELFORD MILLER Judge of Jefferson Circuit Court Chancery Division No2 SAMUEL B KIRBY Judge ol 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 UPTON W MUIR Clerk of the Jefferson Circuit Court WILLIAM L WELLER JR Commonwealths Attorney Jefferson Circuit Court JOSEPH M HUFFAKER State Senator Thlrty seventh District LABAN PHELPS r For the Legislature Fortyfourth District HERMAN D NEWCOMB FortY flfth 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 Dis ttrictA B HACKEL a Park CommissionersBI- SCOE HINDMAN ISAAC P MILLER BASIL DOERHOEFER Aldermen G W EMBRY ABNER HARRIS OWEN TYLER HUMPHREY KNECHT JAMES B SMITH PAUL BARTH DR R B GILBERT W JJOHEARN J GEORGE MILLER DR J W FOWLER CHARLES F TAYLOR JOSEPH NEVIN CouncilmenFirst A1 BIZOT JOHN BARON Second Ward DB B BUCKLE ANTON SCHWIETERS Third Ward TJ YEAGER AJ DOMECK Fourth Ward T N SHEPARD HENRY SEILER Fifth Ward M B BEVILLE SAM A LEDERMAN Sixth Wards S BLITZ CHARLES D GREER Seventh Ward FRANK COOK LYNE HERNDON Eighth Ward HARRY W RUSSELL EDWARD B KERR Ninth Ward LEE COHN ALBERT S SMITH Tenth Ward W E PALMORE THOMAS MORAN Eleventh Ward BEIRACH HERMAN CHRISTEN 4 4JULIUS Twelfth Ward AUGUSTUS MILLER J W DRAKE School Trustees Fortyflfth District PHIL B THOMPSON Fortysixth District CHARLES A LAN- GFortyseventh District BEN STEHLIN JR IIFrtyelllhth District CHAPMAN YOUN6 Fortyninth District DR J W GALVIN Fiftieth District DR R E GALVIN r Fiftyfirst District JOSEPH L ATKINSON AN ODIOUS COMPARISON The editors of two local news papers recently strove to draw a comparison between Robert Emmet the Irish patriot and martyr and Caleb Powers thrice convicted of being one of the conspirators in the the plot to assassinate the late Gov Goebel This comparison is not only odious to Irish an IrishAmericans but is a desecra tion little short of sacrilege Robert Emmet was a high type of man hood well bred intellectual Intelli gent broad minded and with an undying love for his fellowman He loved his country better than his own life He gave his fortune his intellect his education and his very life for the liberty of his countryCaleb Powers has none of the attributes of Emmet His sole stock in trade seems to have been ambition the ambition which oerleaps itself and falls on tother side Emmet fought openly for liberty while Powers brought bands of mountain feudists to the State capital to inaugurate a reign of terror in order that he might grasp the emoluments of an office Em met was ever the leader and even with death staring him in the face declined to name his colleagues who were striving With him for the liberty of their oppressed land Powers fled to Louisville while the assassin lay in wait for Senator GoebelWhat a comparisonEmmet and Powers I The Irish have been ac cused of many crimes but never of assassination Of course few Irish Americans who read the editorials in the daily papers took them seri ously The editors sought to point out here and there alleged similar ities in the careers of Emmet and Powers but as PooBah says they were merely corroborative details intended to give an air of verisim ilitude to a bald and unconvincing narrative It was simply a play for the IrishAmerican vote Not many years ago a Protestant minister queered the Republican Presidential ticket in the national campaign by referring to the Irish in connection with Rum Roman ism and Rebellion Col Belknap had better call off his editors before he meets the fate of James G BlaineThe Irish people whether in Ire land or America will fight for their rights but when they do fight it is in the open and under the folds of their green flag Asssassination and ambush are distinctively not Irish Rest assured that the Irish Americans of Kentucky will resent the comp rison between Emmet and Powers that they will fight on November 3 and instead of using a rifle behind the shelter of a dark ened room will use the ballots of American citizens A TOUCHING TRIBUTE That the works of the good live after them we know We see evidences every day that the good a man does upon earth does not follow him into the grave But a touching and striking illustration of the fact that good works will live after their author has gone to his eternal reward was given us last week when between 1800 and 2000 men women and children made a pilgrimage to the grave of the lamented Monsigfior Bouchet It was the fiftieth anniversary of his ordination and had he lived it would have been celebrated in a style befitting the occasion probably not by Father Bouchet but by thefriends who lloved to honor him He abhorred display forhim t m self and had the celebration oj his golden jubilee been left to him self he might have spent it much as any other day in doing good among the poor and distressed But he died six months ago died as he had lived praying to his God His remains were laid te rest in the little graveyard at Naza reth his favorite retreat But in the grave he was not for gotten and when a few of hi friends arranged to make a pilgrim age to his resting place on the fiftieth anniversary of his ordina tion the news spread rapidly and the few swelled into thousands Two trains laden with people made the journey to Nazareth It wa no holiday no outing No band of stirring music were there to enliven the occasion No it was a heartfelt tribute front a people who had lost a tender father The great majority of pilgrimagedwere men and women the nary walks of life men and women who depend for their bread upon the sweat of their brows They went in all kindliness and gentle ness to lay the rosary of their tears upon his grave and to offer their prayers for the repose of 11im who had been more to them than father It was a touching and edifying spectacle a truly Catholic spec tacle showing to the world that Catholics honor their priests in death as well as in life LATEST SIN OF THE IRISH The Koelnische Volkszerlnm a journal published in Cologne Ger many declares that all the editors of the English Catholic press iin this country are Irish The Ger man editor certainly did not in tend to compliment the Catholicity of the Irish in America but rather to disparage the Catholicity of Americans When you come to think of it perhaps the editor of the Cologne journal is correct An Irishman by birth or parentage does seem to be at the head of nearly all the able Catholic jour- naln and periodicals published in the English llanguage in this coun try Think of them yourself Father Cronin Father Phelan James Jeffrey Roche Patrick Ford Charles J OMalley Edward OBrien and P J Haltigan are only a few of the many If the Irish in America never have any thing worse to answer for than editing Catholic newspapers they will indeed be blessed Tuesday Wednesday and Thurs day will be registration days and unless you register you will not be allowed to vote in November Do not postpone registering until the last minute lest you forget it altogether It behooves every citizen to cast his ballot for the officers who are to conduct the affairs of the city and State The man who does not vote can have no right to denounce the officers elected if they do not suit him Gov Beckham will today com plete the fourth week in the cam paign Everywhere he has been met with ovations and it seems that nothing can stem the tide in his favor On Tuesday Gov Beck ham and Judge Matt ODoherty addressed an enthusiastic crowd of 7000 people at Lebanon Judge ODohertys speech issaid to have been one of the most effective of the campaign Sir Michael Herbert the British Ambassador to the United States died of consumption in Switzerland on Wednesday The daily papers teemed with the story of his life his ability as a statesman and diplo mat and with expressions of sym pathy and regret over his untimely taking off but not one of them mentioned the fact that he was a Roman Catholic The Democratic Committee has formed leagues in every precinct in the city of Louisville whose business it will be to prevent illegal registration It is the duty of every rightminded citizen to affili ate with this league and to render it every possible aid in securing evidence against those who register illegally 1 F ssessass soc Erv 40 MISS CATHERINE DELANEY- An attractive visitor from Hartford Ind who has many Louisville admirers Miss Patsey Sullivan of Elkton is visiting friends in Louisville James McKenna of Fairfield visited friends in Louisville this week Miss Ada Byrne of New Albany is visiting her uncle John Sullivan at Rockport Mrs Dooley of Meade county is visit ing her daughter Mrs John Sullivan in Parkland William Higgins formerly a leather merchant of this city has gone to St Louis to visit his brother Frank Miss Mamie OMara of Corbin Ky is visiting her cousins the ofasses Burke on West Market street Miss Alice Toner has returned home from Danville where she spent two months as the guest of Mrs Sam Moore Miss Louise McCormick of Nashville Tenn a most charming young lady is the guest of Miss Norton at 318 East Caldwell street Michael Krebs a well known grocer of New Haven Ky and Miss Rosie Popp of Louisville will be married at New Haven on October 28 Mrs Joseph Brown and Miss Margaret Minogue two popular ladies of Peter sham Mass who visited friends in this city returned home on Thursday Misses Sallie and Nellie Hannan have returned home from Paducah where they spent several weeks as the guest of their brother Edward D Haunan Joseph Haurahan until recently with the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company tins accepteda position as clerk with the Illinois Central railroad Miss Matt McInerney of South Bend Ind is visiting the family of her brother Joseph Barrett of the Louisville Herald at his home 2325 WSst Chestnut street Edward Receveur and Miss Anna G Jones both well and favorably known in New Albany were married at St Marys oftheKnobs church on Tuesday morn ing Mrs Frank B Burke and daughter Miss Jean Burke who have been visiting Mrs M V McCann of Jeffersonville left last week for their home at Indian apolis Fred Hoertz the well known con tractor who has been ill at his home on Beechwood avenue is much better this week and his speedy recovery is now looked for- Joseph F Rbuck and Miss Viola V Miller of Lafayette township Ind were married by the Rev Father Hillenbrand at the Church of St Marys of the Knobs on Wednesday Edmond Coll formerly individual bookkeeper at the First National Bank of Jeffersonville has taken a position in the office of his brother County Treas urer Bernard A Coll The engagement of Joseph OConnor and Miss Josie Donahue popular young people of Jeffersonville has been an nounced though the date for the wed ding has not been fixed Joseph Banet and Miss Eva Zimmerman popular young people of Floyd county Ind were married at St Josephs church eight miles north of New Albany on Tuesday morning James Wolfe the well known grocer at Eighthand Oldham streets Is threatened with an attack of typhoid fever Owing to his vigorous constitution his friends believe he will be able to ward off the malignant disease Charles Smith who is at Sts Marys and Elizabeths Hospital suffering from an attack of typhoid fever is improving rapidly and will be removed to his home next week His many friends are pleased to hear of his speedy recovery Dr A S Keim formerly of this city now physical instructor of the Y M C A at Memphis is rejoicing over the advent of a fine baby boy The young ster arrived last week The mother and child are progressing favorably Patrolman Pat Keneally Is receiving many congratulations owing to the visit ofa pretty baby girl who recently ap pearedat his home 1410 Seventh street Mrs Keneally and the baby are pro gressing favorably and papa is very happy Miss Delia Garraghty of St Louts has returned home after a five weeks visit to Miss Kate Melody at Seventh and Zane streets fbe Garraghty was the rocipieat of many social attentions r while here and is greatly pleased with Louisville Mrs Julia E OBryan and daughter Miss Mary OBryan of Knoxville Tenn are the guests of Mrs Mooney on Mont gomery street Mrs OBryan and her daughter formerly lived in Louisville and were warmly welcomed by their many friends The many friends of Mrs Eliza Jami son will be sorry to learn that she is ill at St Josephs Infirmary on Fourth avenue Mrs Jamison is one of the hardest workers in the Ladles Auxiliary to the Charity Club and much of the success of the recent euchre was due to her efforts George A Hoertz and Miss Annie C Manemann were quietly married by the Rev Father Raffo at St Charles Borro meo church on Tuesday evening Only the immediate relatives of the contract ing parties were present The bride is a popular young lady of the East End Mr Hoertz is the son of John Hoertz the well known contractor and member of the School Board Cards have been Issued announcing the approaching wedding of John F Holland and Miss Alma Marie Kirley daughter of Mr and Mrs Patrick Kirley The ceremony will take place at the Church of the Sacred Heart at 630 oclock on the morning of Wednesday October 14 Miss Kirley is a popular young lady of many accomplishments and Mr Hol land is a rising young Main street busi ness man George W Cuscaden Jr and Miss Ethel Woodman will be united in mar riage by the Rev D F Stafford at the Third Christain church on Wednesday October 14 After the wedding Mr and Mrs Cuscaden will take an extended honeymoon trip through points of inter est in the East The bridetobe is a handsome and talented young lady the daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Wood man and is well known in the West End Mr Cuscaden is a son of George W Cus caden Sr the well known caterer and is associated with his father in business Both young people have many friends who rejoice to hear of their approaching marriage Christopher C Fitzgerald and Miss Eugenia ODay prominent young people of Lexington will be married in the bluegrass capital in November Mr Fitzgerald is a civil engineer attached to the Chattanooga division of the Queen St Crescent railroad He formerly lived in Portland Ore but during the Span ishAmerican war he volunteeredand was given a commission as Captain of an Indiana company For several months Capt Fitzgerald was in charge of the sanitary work under General Wood in Havana When peace was declared Capt Fitzgerald retired from the army and determined to make his home in the South For several years he was civil engineer of the Lexington division but has recently been transferred to the Chattanooga division His bridetobe Miss ODay is one of Lexingtons most attractive girls and is the leading soprano in St Pauls church choirs William J Phelan and Miss Mary Long two very popular young people were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at the Cathedral of the Assumption at 3 oclock Thursday afternoon More than 300 friends of the contracting parties witnessed the ceremony which was performed by the Rev Father Rock who spoke both before and after the ceremony on the dignity and sanctity of marriage The attendants were Edward Dalton and John Long a brother of the bride After the ceremony a wedding dinner was given the bridal party at the home of the bride 1710 West Magazine street In the evening Mr and Mrs Phelan left on an extended honeymoon trip On their return next week they will begin housekeeping on Sixth street Mr Phelan is the head salesman for Laib Si Co and is well and favorably known in Main street business circles He is also prominent in all IrishAmerican affairs and is a member of Division 4 Ancient Order of Hibernians His bride is a young lady of many attractive qualities and is one of several beautiful sisters Until a few years ago the family lived in the East End Few couples ever started on the journey throngh life with more friends and good wishes for future success than Mr and Mrs William- J Phelan FEAST DAY Of St Francis Will Be Cele brated at St Bonifaces Church Tomorrow is the feast of St Francis of Assissi as well as the feast of the holy rosaryand as such is celebrated by the Catholic church the world over The print cipal celebration of the feast in Louisville will be held at St Bonifaces church at 10 oclock tomorrow morning when solemn high mass will be celebrated During the mass the panegyric of St Francis will be preached by one of the Pranciscan priests Three priests of the Dominican order will officiate at the mass St Francis of Assissi and St Dominic were contemporaries and great friends Since their time their successors have always been closely associated On August 4 St Dominics day the Franciscans are invited to celebrate the mass for the Dominicans and on St Francis day the Dominican fathers return the compliment This year the services will be unusually solemn and the music of a high order St Bonifaces choir under the direction of Prof Anthony Mollen graff will sing Gounods mass St Francis of Asaissi lived in the thirteenth century and was devoted to works of charity and missionary work among the poor He was the founder of the three orders of St Francis proper of the body of nuns known as the Poor ClAre and of the third order of St Francis for people In the world Are you vottag4tt our contest J U o 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 subscriptionsEverybody I greatII exposition for a week If you are a single man or ritlady you can go alone and at the expense of the wKentucky Irish American Get your friends inter ested for you 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aaoausr AUUYb In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agettt 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 PETER M ANDRIOTI E 8SONS WAGONN MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST I FOR J3ES1 OLD MKENNA WHISKY Y CALL UPON SEVENTH AND OAK STS TEN CENTS PER DRINK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out Illinois Central Railroad 8 MMm fXC R8ION nCKH8 ON SALE TO Grayson Springs Dawson Springs and Cerulean Springs Ky ONLY LINE running through personally conducted Excursion Sleepers to Californin New Mexico Arizona and Texas Special Low Ono Way and Round 1 Trip Rates in effect on first and third Tuesdays each month to tho South and Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma Texas etc nest Line to Hot Springs- For folder and descriptive matter of California and circulars descriptive of lands in the South and through tickets call on W J McBride City Pass Agent southeast corner Fourth and Market or address F W Harlow DPA Loukvllle 1ltAC1 ULEVS One Week Commencing Monday October 5 Original Kentucky Production Mrs Vlfifis ofthe Cabbage Patch Matinees Wednesday and Saturday MAS8H1S THEATER 4th and Chestnut Opp Postal fIce MATINEES Wednesday Thursday Saturday Week Commencing Monday October 5 GEORGE HONEY BOY EVANS and a company of 05 people pre senlnlthe 25000 musical comedy The Good Old Summer Time Sparkling music Stunning costumes and Special scenery Matinee Prices10 and 25 cents Night Prices 15c 25c 35c 50c 75c no higher HOPKINS Week Commencing Sunday Mallnee Oct 4 EVERY AFTERNOON AND NIOIIT Mr Mark MurphY Mrs in their funny Irish sketch IIAYS AND HEALYfunny comedians Lotta Gladstone singer McNulty Sis ters singers and dancers Trolley Car Trio acrobats Leah Russell monologue Lew Palmer black face comedian Shan non and Lucier and the Diograph BUCKINGHAM WEEK COMME CIt G SUNDAY OCT 4 Utttneei Sanity Monday Wednesday Saturday SORmNJDRS Morning Glories Company The greatest of them all Everything new and novel Positively the best chorus in the burlesque world TO ATTEND PAIR The members ofTrinity Council Young Mens Institute of New Albany will make the woods ring next Wednesday evening when its members attend the fair to be given at St Marys of the Knobs Free transportation to and from the fair will be furnished the members and their lady friends Father Hillen brand the pastor of St Marys of the Knobs has always been at the service of the Young Mens Institute and the boys wish to show their appreciation of his favors The fair will start with an oyster supper tomorrow evening and will con tinue Monday Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday evenings LITTLE BENEFIT The news that the Most Rev Arch bishop Kain of St Louis has profited little physically by his sojourn in the sanitarium at Baltimore will be greatly regretted Archbishop Kain is suffering from a mild form of paralysis and left his home last May Jor a long rest at Balti more During his stay there his strength has only slightly increased but on the whole he has made no marked improve ment He suffers very little pain but his malady has slightly affected his speech The Archbishop is now making preparaUoaa to return home ii- j ENTERTAINING Drama to Bo Produced by Local Amateurs For Worthy Cause Catholic Knights of America Expect a Great Crowd to Attend Performers Have Been Given Roles Particularly Suited to Them SEVERAL GOOD MUSICAL FEATURES Arrangements for the dramatic enter tainment to be given under the auspices of the Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America at St Marys Hall on Eighth street near Grayson on Mon day night October 12 are moving along favorably Rehearsals are being held twice a week and each of the performers has his or her part letter perfect Under the capable management of Ben Speaker the dramatic work of the individuals is being rounded into a perfect whole The main feature of the dramatic entertainment will be the performance of Tony the Convict a stirring drama of real life It tells the story of a faith ful brother who becomes a victim to a series of unfortunate events in outer to shield his guilty brother In the end virtue is triumphant the vilnin is pun ished and Tony the convict gets his proper reward Just enough comedy feature runs through the drama to offset the pathos Ben Speaker one of Louisvilles oldest and most popular entertainers is cast for the part of Tony which is a guarantee that the character will be well taken Sylvester Grove the popular baritone will be seen as Weary Wayside a tramp too tired to work while John V Mc Dermott will appear as James Barclay the heavy villain Thomas D Clines one of the best known young men in local amateur theatical circles has a part particularly suited to him in Philip War burton the social leader Michael Reich ert will appear as Judge Van Crtiger the dignified presiding genius of the Supreme Court F Hullsman is cast for Burrows the Warden of Sing Sing prison Peter J chreck another well known enter tainer will furnish much of the comedy as Pete Jackson the negro footman Miss Lena Schickl as Lena the re puted daughter of Judge Van Cruger nas a winsome part and is bound to make a hit Mrs R M Wathen has an ad mirably suited part as the wife of Judge Van Cruger Miss Josephine Robart has the difficult character of Miss Sedley n lady who takes great pleasure in being disagreeable Miss Rosa Stoehr as Sally a girl with a soul above hash will help out wonderfully with the comedy work The drama is laid in New York State In the first act a view of the interior of Sing Sing prison and the life of the con victs is given In the second third and fifth acts the scenes are laid in Judge Van Crugers home on the Hudson river while in the fourth act a view of Tonys humble cabin is given During the first and second acts Miss Ada Cunningham will sing and dance to the delight of all and during the third and fourth acts the aeolian quartet will sing several of their latest selections The gentlemen who will appear as convicts in the first act are Messrs A Tschan Clem Brooker John- Gleisner Sam Merrifield Peter Schreck- Den Speaker and Sylvester Grove The committee in charge of the entertainment is working hard to make it a success The affair has been well adver tised and many ticketsliave been disposed of Before the dramatic performance the Very Rev Father Westerman will de liver a brief address on affairs of interest to the Catholic Knights of America THE ROSARY CONFRATERNITY In another column will be found the programme for the devotion to the Holy Rosary as it will be practiced at St Louis Bcrtrands church this month and more especially the solemn celebrations of Rosary Sunday to beheld tomorrow afternoon One of the Dominican Fathers has written the following description of the rosary for the Kentucky Irish AmericanThe teaches us in the plainest manner all the virtues and sweetly leads its votaries to practice them It is for this reason particularly that the rosary is the source of all the merit claimed for it Who more frequently more grandly and more openly professes his faith than the pious Rosarian Who has stronger hopes while yet on earth of reigning with Jesus and Mary in their kingdom than be His trust is absolutely free from presumption He relies on the blood of Jesus and on the intercession of Mary with Jesus to make him fit to enter into the home of the just to make him correspond with the graces that are given to him Who has more ardent charity than he who faithfully complies with all the obligations of the Rosary Confraternity What is the confraternity of the rosary A confraternity in the Catholic church is a collection a gathering an aggregation an association of Catholics united by cer tain spiritual bonds and existing for cer tain spiritual ends The bond which unites the members of the confraternity of the rosary is vocal and mental prayer which constitute the holy rosary The objector end of the confraternity is first of all the sanctification of the Individual member and then the sanctification of fellow membersThe lgations of the confraternity are so slight that they do not in any way in terfere with any other duty Conse quently any one may join it Laymen who are members of other confraterni ties can also join the confraternity of the helpinand women have testified thai they found it a great spiritual help Most of the Popes for centuries have belonged to it In its ranks there have been Cardinals Bishops and priests unnumbered Our late Holy Father Leo XIII called the Pope of the Rosary in many let ters and encyclicals urged most earnestly the great devotion of the rosary In the encyclical of 1883 Leo XIII after dwell ing upon the many and great advantages which result from the devotion of the rosary said Not only then do we invite all Chris tians to apply themselves whether In public or in their own homes and hearts of their own families tothe recitation of this pious office of the rosary and to con practice October in this year should be entirely consecrated to the Holy Queen of the Rosary This desire of the Holy Father was of course gladly acceded to by his world wide flack and the consecration of an entire month to the rosary pleased the Catholic world so well and proved productive of such excellent results thot ever since October has by universal consent been set apartfor this particular devotion and become as it were another May no day of which the practical Catholic allows to pass without honoring the Blessed Virgin by the pious recitation of her beadsThe three principal conditions of mem bership are as follows First The per son wishing to become a member should have his name entered upon the register of the confraternity This may be done by handing ones name Christian and sur name to any Dominican priest or by sending it to any Dominican convent Second The rosary beads must be blessed by a Dominican father or by a priest who has received faculties from the superior of the Dominicans for the purpose Third The whole rosary of fifteen mys teries should be said each week Pope Leo XIII in his Apostolic Con stitution wrote The Confraternity therefore is open to receive persons in all ranks and callings exacting no payment of money as a condition of membership but seeking to bind them to each other by the one bond of the common recitation of the rosary It has been the custom of the Dominican fathers of St Louis Bertranda church at Sixth and St Catherine streets for many years past to have a solemn reception of members into the Rosary Confraternity on the first Sunday of October the feast of the Most Holy RosaryWe have not space to devote to the enumeration of the wonderful indul gences that may be gained by members of the Rosary Confraternity But we ex plain briefly the most wonderful of all indulgences that of the Toties Quoties that may be gained on the first Sunday of October This wonderful indulgence could be gained formerly in compara places but later the privilege hasbeen extended to every church in which the confraternity of the rosary has privllege great indulgence is called the Portiuu cula of the Rosary Confraternity- The phrase Toties Quoties means as often as Hence a plenary indulgence Toties Quoties means a plenary indul as often as the visit is made to the rosary altar provided the other condi tions are complied with The conditions are Confession communion prayers for the Popes intention A plenary indul gence may be gained for each distinct visit made to the rosary chapel or altar from first vespers of the feast Saturday afternoon till sundown on the feast of the Holy Rosaryfirst Sunday of October How grand is the Confraternity of the Rosary What a wealth of graces the Rosarian may obtain through the rosary I Next to the holy sacrifice of the mass and the stations of the cross there is no form of prayer in the church so richly indulgenced as the were well for Catholics did theknow more about this and seek to become members of it The con scientious member of the Rosary Con fraternity surely seems predestined for heavenWho manifests more real charity for his neighbor than the faithful Rosarian Whatever he wishes for himself he begs of God through Mary to grant his neigh boreThe Our Father and Hail Mary he recites so often are so many acts of love for his neighbor that is for all mankind But the merit of him who recites the rosary is not confined to the theological virtues it extends by desire to all the virtues and we know that when the desire is sincere it stands before God for the act itself Verily the true Rosarian desires to have all virtues he asks for them and he sincerely proposes- to himself with the help of God and the intercession of the ever Immaculate Mary to acquire all Who can calculate the immense number of merits that he ac quires by each rosary he recites Blosius a most grave author tells us that it has- been expressly revealed to a Carthusian father that for each rosary well recited an infinity of merits Is acquired by those reciting it II But the Rosarian has within his reach many other advantages besides those just named or only referred to because iit addition to the merits which a member ol the confraternity amasses by himself provided he has had his name recorded iin the confraternity book and provided be recites the whole rosary once a week he participates in the merits of all the other members of the confraternity According to an express declaration of several Masters General of the order of Friars Preachers to whom has been confided by the Popes the direction of the confra ternity every member who recites the rosary is admitted during his life and after his death to participation in all the good works that are done or will be done at any time by any or all of the members of the three orders of St Dominic and by the brothers and sisters of the confra ternity of the rosary That is he has a share in the merits of the austerities prayers sacrifices and of the apostolic labors of every description which are undertaken for the greater glory of God by all the friars preachers in all their convents and missions through out the world he participates in all the throughout Dominic or by the Dominican Sisters consecrated to God in religion he shares in all the merits of the brothers and sisters of the third order which is so numerous and so widely established in Christendom he participates in all the good done or yet to be dope by so many myriads of members of the Rosary Con fraternity which is to be found scattered all over the church Finally the members of the Rosary Confraternity share not only in the merits ofj their living confreres and also in those of the sons and daugh ters of St Dominic still are admitted by a special privilegewhick Mary has obtained for them from herSon as she herself has revealed to Blessed Alan to share during life and after death in all the merits of all the saints beatified and holy persons of the three orders of St Dominic from their very founditlon and also in the merits of nil the members of departedthisvuyertablishawnt t I l A We can at least to some extent ap preciate both the value of the favor pro cured for her dearly loved Rosariaus by our good mother and consequently reachlnKheaventhe Dominican order has 257 saints and beatified persons enjoying in Gods church today an approved worship if we reflect that this same glorious order has given in the thirteenth century 13370 and in the sixteenth century 26000 mar tyrs to the embraces of Jesus and Mary and if we still further take into consider ation the incalculable number of Rosar ians in heaven their number must be immense from what our beloved mother has said to Blessed Alan Now in the merits of all those named the members of the Rosary Confraternity participateSurelylot of Rosarians has been at all times and ever will be most secure and we may well exclaim Blessed indeed are the members of the confraternity of the most holy rosary I Blessed for the reasons given and blessed because of the cheer- Ing words contained in other declarations made by our sweet mother in their favor to Blessed Alan In the revelations made by the holy mother of God to the restorer of the rosary she announced first that God has written beforehand in the Book of Life the names of those who have themselves enrolled in the Confraternity of the rosary secondly that devotion to the Rosary is a brilliant sign of predestina tion thirdly that her love for the mem bers of the Rosary Confraternity sur passes the united love of all mothers for togetherforall brothers and sisters for one another and all the reciprocal affection of all the most perfectly attached friends on earth Furthermore she stated that sooner than let any of her Rosarians perish eternally she would be willing to renounce her glory in heaven until the end of the world and that she would come herself on earth and do penance for then We may well say that the rosary is an infinite glvInnhas giyen us all things with her MRS GREEN DEAD Mrs Mary Green one of the most bigly respected ladies in the southern part of the city died at her residence 1306 Sixth street at 6 oclock Thursday evening The deceased was sixtytwo CaptTomI daughter Miss Kate Green who has the sympathy of the entire community In her placefromoclock this morning SUCCESSFUL EUCHRE The euchre given for the benefit of St Williams church Tuesday evening was well attended Misses Alice Cullen Helen Hollenkamp and Nell Brown who had the affair in charge deserve credit for the success which attended their efforts ENGLISH SERMON Beginning tomorrow and every Sun day thereafter the sermon at the child rens mass at St Bonifaces church at EngtlshHereeofore German MACAULEYS k Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch a dramatization of the novel of that name will be the attraction ot MOl uleys Thea ter all of next week An excellent company has been gotten together andall have been carefully trained Of course as the Cabbage Patch was well known in Louisville long before the novel was written it has a peculiar interest for Louisville people For that reason the management of the dramatic company cityIfbe assured elsewhere There will be the usual matinees on Wednesday and Sat urday MASONIC THEATER One of the most sumptuously staged musical comedy successes of the season is billed to appear at the Masonic Thea ter next week The production is en titled liThe Good Old Summer Time and will doubtless meet with as much public approbation as its tuneful prede cessor George Honey Boy Evans heads the aggregation of sixtyfive people in the melodious comedy Noexpense has been spared in making this themost gorgeously gowned comedy on the road and the beauty of stage setting and apparel is enhanced by dazzling and original electrical effects HOPKINS Good vaudeville attractions continue to draw large crowds to Hopkins Thea ter The artists this week are all that they were claimed to be Next week the management will offer Mr and Mrs Mark Murphy in an Irish comedy sketch Hays and Healy the giant and the dwarf Lotta Gladstone in the latest songs McNulty sisters song and dance artists the trolley car trio acrobats Leah Russell monologue artist Shannon and Lucifer Lew Palmer black face blogrnphMatinee BUCKINGHAM Scribners Morning Glories Company will hold the boards at the Buckingham Theater next week The Morning Glo ries is reputed to have the best chorus in the world Added to that the burlesques are new and novel the scenery the costumes handsome and the electrical effects dazzling In the olio are such entertainers as the Mario Dunham Trio Cooper and Schall Scott and Wilson Rose Jeannette Reynolds and Watson B Hoyt Harry Hastings Viola Sheldon and Inza Orner There are many plaids among the new stuffs but Americans never favor plaid enthusiastically even when they have a Parisian vogue and the chances are that pronounceddesigns For immediate wear the tweeds home spuns end even lighter weight wools are better than the heavy winter materials and the shepherds plaid woolens which have been in favor all summer make ex cellent September shirt waist costumes and coat and skirt suits The triumph of the zibellnes camels hair and and hairy cheviots during the winter seems to be a fact established and a surprisingly large proportion of the novelty materials shown are of this class For quiet elegance the glossy zibelinea in plain color must receive the palm but there are also dotted striped watered and mixed effects that are exceedingly hand sosae- ti 7 C C ROE CLEM W MUGGINS ROE MUGGINSs ATTORNEYSATLAW Homo Phono 2111 341 FIFTH ST- REETHICKEYH SAMPLE ROOM Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool- M J HICKEY Proprietor Homo Telephone 384 2X8 W Jefferson St It It + It ++++ It + + It It It ++++ n JOHN 1C FRANK WALT RSr Clay=Street Brewery s 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE KY + M M M M+ fM +M +M H+ M+ M + + + t t t + + + + t t t t t + FINE WINES CHAMPAGNES AL KOLB345 West Green StreetLIQUORS CIGARS + t t t It + It It t It t t t t t t t t t t t t It + It t t t t t t + Ifst + + HENRY C 1 rEX4EPHONE LAUERIilIil Fine Wines and Liquors Livery Boarding Stable 407 JEFFERSON ST 428 and 430 Branch House 90S West Market EAST JEFFERSON STREETrNow Is the Time to Order Your FALL SUIT All the newest patterns to select from Suits made to order in all the latest styles Also repairing neatly and promptly done JOSEPH T KILLMEIER MERCHANT TAILOR 1741 W MARKET STREET HeIFI KERSTING JewelerAND Optician1- 8th and Market Sts Phone Main 3854 A C B THOMPSON F ORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jefferson St Doth Telephones 10SO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed JOHN M MULLOY DEALER IN SpicesAnd Pond Lily and Home Baking Powder 2i4 VlIARI I3T ST Telephone Main 1189 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 lOOKf SpcolcL1 Agent 3334 COURIERJOURNAL BLDQ DOTH PHONES 3459 UNIQUE HOUSE PARTY The management of Estill Springs has planned a most charming affair for the early part of October which it is proposed to conduct somewhat like a big house party The plan is to make n rate of 1 a day for ten days at the Springs and to bring together a large and attrac tive gathering for this grandest season of all the year The Southern Railway has made a rate of 350 for the round trip from Louisville to Irvine Ky tickets good returning ten days Thus for the small sum of 1350 you can enjoy such an attractive trip as twice the money would not have purchased earlier in the season No efforts will be spared to make this a red letter event The wonderful beauty of the mountain scenery with the added glory that autumn gives the medicinal waters the delicious fare the attentive service and the other at tractions of this famous resort can not onlyoodOctober 10 so far as the railway is con cerned and only for the ten days sue ceedin October 10 at the Springs For further information apply to the South ern Railway tickst office 234 Fourth ave nut Louisville Telephone Main 1037 oraddreMC H Hungerford D P A Ia Fall Styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas SMOKE and ENJOYiGOONEY KENNEDYS k CIGARSThey Are The Best Brands Made Monarch Gen DeWct IrishAmerican FLORA DE CASTiLLOsFinest 10 Cent Cigar MadeI12O5 W Main Street GO rolPioneer Bottling Housejj FORjSTRAIGHT WHISKIESKBIG JUG AT DOOR J P J AXV9913 WEST BROADWAY near Union Statloa n WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS I SALOONVAL LESTER Prop f Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclockal442 V QRi3 N ST- HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS PINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street BIG FOUR ROUTE T- IndianapolisPeoria CHICAGO AND AIl POINTS IN INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE No 259 Fourth Ave S J QATISS KyWARRENWM P DEPPE A G P A CINCINNATI O 1 g NtrtJOKY IRISH tERIdAN That Totally Different F B Q Clothing For Men I CEOTllINGFOR We want the careful man to give the store a visitii We want the thrifty mother to come We believe that there are pleasant surprises here for bother Mens clothing on better lines and at more tempt ing prices than Louisville ever saw before Boys clothing that will make mamma and the youngster both happy It is the F B Q Clothing Boys Clothing Mens Clothing i1 3 to 15 15 to 50 OPEN SATURDAY NIGHT Stewart Dry Goods COil New York Connection Jas McCreery Co TwentyThird St i0 00 00 For Goodness Sake Eat ar- taBREADMOTHERS II IImoreII WJJ lWsomelW tt tt T tt T tt T T H4++++ HHMMHMMm HtH- MMCUSGADENS Have Four telephones ten horses and wag tOns twentyfive push wagons selling our I famous Brick Ice Cream and fifty people employed This is evidence that OUR ICE CREAMS ARE GOOD AND PURE t++ ++++ + + HHMHMMMUMMMMMMftt GEHER SON217 Market Street Near Second North Side New Store Just Opposite Old Stand k Stoves Q RangesHOUSE FURNISHING GOODS AND KITCHEN SUPPLIES OUR SPECIALTY Stoves and Ranges made In Louisville + I I + + I + MM HMMMtMI + MMM+ + + + H JAMES SOWDERS 159 West Jefferson Street OystersrBOTH PHONES 2833 MMMMMMMMMI t tt It J +BNOS SPENCER nd Expert Accountant President Educates Young People For Business Good Employment andSuccess CALL on WRITe Von run iNfORUATloH OldoA N1BNkl hit BwiltNeg11tliN Business CollegeMAINBTREBT3 LOUISVILLE KY r STATIONERS the Bradley Gilbert Co t PR INCOarOnLTIDNBlank BoQk rManufacturersr ERSReplCillnlettv9t tthe Htmnond Typewriter for Kwitucky TrpewHet Sspnllei RIWOM etc kr ft ichlntt BOOKSELLERS Cor Third anf 6 earl Sts LOU1SVTLLE KY WILLIAM BORGMANN Diatlllers Agent and Wholesale and Retail Dealer in WHISKIES WIttESRnO CIGfl S Owner efGLENBROOK grand HandMade Sour Mash WhlaHey tattled in mend tJ STREETSHoinet IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Henry A Cutler has been elected City Surveyor of Belfast Attorney Healy of Ennis has been ap pointed clerk of the Crown for the County ClareThe first sale of land under the new Irish land bill was held on the Malahii estate Felix McMahon aged forty years wn found dead In bed at his boarding bouse in Cork Catherine Cremin a venerable lady of Innlscdra died recently at a very advanced age John Culllnan a farmer near Knnl committed suicide by hanging while temporarily insane Mrs Isabella OConnell wife of Daniel OConnell died recently at Darrynai Abbey County Kerry Secretary Chamberlain has declined an invitation to address a public meeting iIn Belfast during the fall William Coughlin a prominent and respected resident of Rathclare is dead at the age of sixtysix years The Right Rev Bishop Sheehan wilt open the Feis at the Christian Brothers high school on September 27 Miss Alice Smith was drowned while bathing on the coast of Antrim Her body was found on the beach Alfred Sellers a subofficer of the Cork fire department was crushed to death by falling walls while attending a fire A bazar will be held in the city of Waterford to secure funds for the erection of a new sacristy for St Johns church Myles Keane of nunis was stabbed iIn the groin and may die as the result Keane refuses to give the name of bis as sailantR Hayes manager of the national bank at Abbeyfeale has intimated his Intention of opening a branch of Jiis bank at AtheaJohn Cotter a Cork fisherman bas been presented with the bronze medal iof the Royal Humane Society for saving several lives A staging erected around a vessel being constructed at Harland Wolffs shit yard Belfast collapsed Five workmen were seriously injured Bridget Carmody four years old was burned to death at her home in Limerick The child was playing with the fire while her parents were absent Louis F R Dal has been presented with the medal of the Royal Human Society for saving Patrick McMahon a sixyearold boy from drowning Walter Callan an attorney of the department of agriculture and techuict instruction has been appointed second secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland The body of Margaret Murphy daughter of a farmer near Ballintemple Belfast was found in a bog hole in the Count Irmagh Her throat had been cut iIn two places Mayor Morrissey of Clonmel bas finally taken the magisterial oath He was supported in his determination by six Aldermen while three opposed bis aking the oath Thomas Terry the fourteen yearald son of the gatekeeper at Clonmel railway station fell from a second story window and sustained injuries which it is feared wilt prove fatal The Cork County Council adjourned as- ai mark of respect to the memory of J p Howard of Belmont Crookstown and allowed the remains from St Patrick liurch to St Josephs cemetery Lawrence J Dennehy youngest son of tbe late Cornelius Dennehy and Miss Blanche Edith Pearson both popular In Dublin society circles will be married during the second week in October John Curran of Dunworth House ueenstown and formerly of Castle iartry is dead at the age of sixtythrci ears He leaves a widow and several hildren His death is generally mourned Union workmen in Belfast shipyards are indignant ove a recent reduction JE wages The men threaten a strike and tbe employers threaten a lockout Several thousand men will be affected in either event The Cork Young Ireland Society has started a movement for the erection of a monument to the gallant men of 1708 1803 1848 and 1867 It is proposed to- erect the monument on the Grand Parade Ini CorkThe continuous heavy rains of the last seven weeks have greatly interfered with the growth and harvesting of the crops in nearly every county in Ireland Prayers for cessation of the rain have been ordered by the Bishops in several dioceses Robert Mclvor Joseph Orr and Will iam Fraser of the County Tyrone are apposed to have been drowned while crossing to the Donegal side of the Foyle river The boat they used was found floating upside down but nothing has- been heard of the young men Farmers in the West of Ireland are- very much depressed over the long continued rainfall Cereal crops are hopelessly damaged and potatoes that have escaped the blight threaten to fall victims to the rot The outlook is very serious particularly in Galway A priest of the Redemptorist order called at the postoffice in Belfast for letter for the monastery On receiving them he signed his name in Gaelic characters The clerk insisted that the ts- ign his name in English This he declined to do The clerk demanded the retnrn of the letter which the priest sur tidered and walked away Capt Edward Byrne an old Dud re ected citizen of Cork died recently aud- tbe news of bin demlewa received with general regret For many years hdwee commodore captain of the Cork Steam rcketCompany and upon his retirement N elected Harbor Muter Aa a tujm t wad liberal and unpreteotioa Her 7- tJ IRISH SOCIETYDIRECTORA DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each TynanVice MontbII W Doughei Recording SecretaryMark Ryan Financial Secretary Peter J Cusii 1911 Bank ureet- TreasnrerTbomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice President John J Sullivan Recording Secretary Edward J Kel ranFinancial Secretary John T Kcan 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Mouth PresidentohnCavanangbVice Recording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Financial Secretary William Burn 807 Twentythird street TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmspat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary Thos Callah Financial Secretary Joe P MCGIui 515 West Chestnn- tAssistantDave Reilly Treasurer John P Hellon DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County PresidentJohn Kinney President Frank Hogan Vice President Frank Lynch SecretaryJohn G Cole TreasurerMike Kenney Financial SecretaryThomas OHerti Y JiI I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club Hous 530 Twenty sixth Street President Frank F Murphy First Vice President Louis W Bor traeger Second Vice President Hugh IIIggins Recording SecretaryGeo F 1onls Corresponding Secretary Frank G Adams Financial SecretaryDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia stree- tTreasurerJosepb Steltenpohl Marshal William Shaughnessy Inside SentinelRobert Osborne Outside SentinelPat Conn- oilyBOOKKEEPING wgit ardor Inert tutnetlei Mo Ckuei far Eoa- 1wn TSTOAM GUlf ACCOUMTAHT 172 Tooth A- uwas the father of Dr R P Byrne of the North Infirmar and of Dr Prank Byrne the veterinary surgeou James Lawrence Carew for many years a member of the Irish Parliamentary party died recently on the continent of Europe Mr Carew represented North Kildare in Parliamant from 1885 to 189 sad front 180C to 1000 he represented tbe College Green division of Dublin iIn 900 he was defeated for reelection Iin Dublin but was returned from South leath Pot years he was a Whip of the Irish Parliamentary party A severe storm swept over the North of reland recently and incidentally gave a lumber of priests a perilous experience Several Vincentian fathers who wei conducting a mission at Malin Head foith Donegal and Fathers Morris Callaghan and OMullan of Maui lead parish started to visit the Island of nnlstrahull in a boat The storm arose while they were at sea drenching tbe priests and oarsmen The whole part were stormbound at Innlstrahull for several days Dr Thomas ODea has been consecrated Bishop of Clonfert The ceremon t9Qk place oj Loughrea Cardinal Logo officiating After the ceremony BIsho IDea in replying to the address of well come said that he hoped to take part iIn future in every movement for the temporal welfare of his diocese and the country at large He would take a specie interest in the restoration of the land to- the people a renewal of their Industrie and in seeing the nation selfcentered In- its government TICKET NAMED Useful and Influential Citizens Nominated for Unsalaried Offices The Democratic City and County Ex ecntive Committee met Wednesday afternoon and named the partys candi itesfor Aldermen Councilmen School usteesand Park Commissioners Tbe- men chosen are excellently fitted for the offices for which they have been notui nated They are all men of Influence and are among the citys best citizens In the list are to be found merchants manufacturers bankers professional men and representatives of labor unions It would be impossible to name a better ticket than the committee has chosen The party leaders realize that in order to- win only first class citizens should be selected to make laws for the city and to- attend to the affairs of the public schools Taken as a whole there is not a weak spotin the list of names TALK TO VETS The Rev rather John P AfcParland paator at Pewee Valley will deliver ia- aermonat the Confederate Veterans JIome on Sunday afternoon Father Parland preached the first sermoa ever delivered In that worthy instituUon and wi11addre tire veterans on the first aridly of every month hereafter Young white pnlouig are very Mice okeil is boiling water sil ed and served OIi buttered tort like uisragae 1 a I HIBERNIANSs What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekQeneral- News Notes I A division of the order was recently organized at Pittsfield IIIII Division 12 of grand ball on the eve of Thanksgiving Division 5 Ladies Auxiliary of Water bury Mass gave a social on Wednesday Anew division has been organized at Herkimer N Y with a membership fortyfiveThe ofI division will bold iit regular semimonthly meeting on Tuesday evening Division 31 of Boston gave a delightful reception recently in honor of Ladies Auxiliary No 15 None of the local divisions of the order held meetings during the present week because none were scheduled More than 400 members and friends of Division 30 Boston attended a stuck recently and listened to music and ad dressesDivision 5 of the Ladies Auxiliary of Woonsocket R I and Division 0 of the Hibernians have arranged to give a joint bazar in November Members of the order in New York City recently held their fiftythird annual picnic A number of track and field events were spiritedly contested Brandon Tynans great Irish drama Robert Emmet will be produced iiIn Buffalo on October 5 under the auspices of the Ancient Order of Hibernians Division 5 of Belleville NJ will give a literary and musical entertainment on October 9 During the evening their chaplain will deliver a lecture on Ireland The various divisions in Jefferson Clearfield Indiana and Elk counties Pa held their first annual reunion at Debois recently More than 1000 men were in the street parade- P J McNulty County President a- New York has returned home after long absence in Texas where be was sojourning for his health He has been much benefited by his trip Division 3 will meet Monday evening and a good attendance is desired as arrangement will be completed for celebra lug the nineteenth anniversary of tha organization of this devisiou The old Hibernian Hall in Providence- R I is about to be torn down and in iits stead will be erected the new Chamber iof Commerce As a consequence the several divisions in Providence are cpntemplatin the erection of a handsome new builin on another cit- eIIIACKIN COUNCIL las Plenty of Hard Work Moppc Out for the Coming Season Mackin Council Young Mens Insti tnte held a well attended meeting Tries day night and transacted considerable blUsiness Dan Weber Chairman of tbe lance committee reported that it bad been decided to give a dance at Fountain Ferry Park on the night of Tuesday October 20 The report of the committee was adopted Arthur Caskey of De raise Council Lebanon was granted a rausfer to Mackin Council The follow- Ing committee was appointed to arrange for a series of euchres to be held in tbe near future Frank Adams Hugh J Hig ins Alfred Wall Hugh RIley and Frank Schmidt After the meeting of the council the committee met and decided to hold the first of the series of ucbres at Mackin club house on October 15 The other euchres will be hel very Thursday night thereafter nntil Advent Invitations will be printed and can be secured by applying to members f tackin Council- Grand Secretary George J Laut ddressedl the council and made an Interesting talk on the work accomplished by the last Grand Council His address took the place of the report of the dele1 gates from Mackin none of whom hap pened to be present CARONS DIRECTORY The work of canvassing for the Caron City Directory for the year 1904 is now wen under way and Superintendent Steve Smith has an excellent force of energetic young men on his staff The Caron Directory of Louisville is second to none In thle country and improves each year The public should give tbe canvassers all desired information as a good directory eatly facilitates business Joseph Woods who was with the Caron Directory for many years before lie went to licago last fall has returned and 1Is canvassing in the businees part of the city Ills return to Louisville is hailed itb delight by his friends and his ability Is duly recognized by his employers PAT WHITE RECOVERING Patrick White the night watchman at- the Buckingham Theater was the victim ofi a mysterious assault last Friday night Mr White had occasion to eject several obstreperous persons during tbe evening end it is presumed that they hid later in the night and assaulted hint as he was teriug the lobby about 3 oclock In- tbe morning He was painfully beaten with what appears to have been brass tucks lIe was found unconscious a- tltUe later and was removed to his home on Jefferson street near Ninth Mr Whites Injuries while painful are not serions He wili soon be able to resume his duties NEW MEMBERS Lambert Young Council Young Mens- InaUtule at Frankfort held a well attended meeting on Monday night The aecond degree or Institute Rank was Conferred ou Frank Sullivan and Frank bber President John Lutkemeler was 111 the chair and Jamie Sowers was Rirman of the Iniatory Coaupittea iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiniiniiniioiiiPiniiniiniiOiiii nii Illllllllllll Tony the Convict GIVEN BY TIm ICII- II At St Marys Hall 614 Eighth Street Monday Evening October 12 Doors Open at 7 Oclock Performance at 8 BEN SPEAKER Genl Manager TICKETS 25 CENTS IilWllWWWllU111WWWllW1JWW1JlliIUWW11WWW1JWWliillWWlIW J E WAWENTSI Ice Cream and Sherbetsi THREE STRONG POINTS 1 11HAVE= QUALITY PRICE Iand you will be convinced Cream X+ ImilesI X f ON COALIt is hardly necessary 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 Lump25 Bushels 326 Pittsburgh 4th Pool Lump 100 Bushels 1300 PACIFIC COAL CO Phones 1821 2686 CHAS L CRUSH Mgr 452 W Jefferson St t if t f t 1 rue Ghas fle Rogers jJwYGo jj- S having recently incorporated and added new capital tof the business are now prepared to furnish all kinds of J i BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES i- K OF EVERY DESCRIPTION jg Et W TYJfFINEg 5bS3b + + + + + + I Joo77reepin9IN DEEr is rnt HE4 PEST 4 Penmanship rShorllran a o ygeufrtfiny Telegrap7ry 3 fend ForNlalojuelEuisyileXyfu Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist in his line We are now in our new home N E Cor Second and Walnut streets The finest and best arranged school building in tbe South Visitors always welcome School open all year Students can enter at any time E J WRIGHT President Sx SM jx 3 S4 1 Kentucky Stove and Tinware Co i Wholesale and Retail Dealers in I Stoves Ranges Mantels Stove 1 I Fittings Tinware Granite Ware ii- II MOTTS FURNACES AND KETTLES I I FRANK McDONOQH Manager 705 W Main Street 4 SK 3K 4 3 3xS 4xSxx pppp DRINK ofbrau PiIsen r Beer BREWED BY SENN Be ACKERMAN BRJ WLNG co ANYXNOORPORATED TELEPHONE 402 LOUISVILLE KY numb Phone lain 1913 Home Phone 1913 +THEo m WlmM Wm GOMPANYSC- OE0I4UI31WC1i M r r D Draught andBottled Beers Sold at All All Leading Bars and Cafes RENOWNED FOR PURITY STRENGTH AND EXCELLENT FLAVOR GJUBER PEUSER Managers Louisville Ky OLD AND RARE WHISKIES A SPECIALTY BLUE GRASS EXCHANGE Louis Wabnitz Co Proprietors TW FIFTHOllkkll+ ST Ii