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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rrKENTucKYIgJukMj4 I PRICE FIVE CENTS RETROSPECTIVE A Few Facts and Figures Fro the History of Division 3 A O II Members Have Always Boo Active in National and Stato Affairs Hibernians of the West End Have a Grand and Glori ous Record WILL CELEBRATE ITS ANNIVERSARY It ispleasant to all rightminded peo ple to take an occasional retrospective view of their lives to see what good they have accomplished and what mistake- they have made So it is with societies The members meet and celebrate this or that anniversary and in doing so look back with pleasure upon the happy days of long ago or speak with regret and sor row of those members who have passed away It is such an occasion as this that Division 3 of the Ancient Order of Hiber nians will provide for its members on Monday October 19 the nineteenth an niversary of its organization County President Patrick T Sullivan besides being one of the most earnest and enthusiastic members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in the city was a chartar member of Division 3 Of course he knows the history of the division from its incipiency and to him the Ken tucky Irish American is indebted for interesting facts from its establishment to the present time Division 3 was organized on October 13 1884 by John M Hennessy who was at that time County President of the order However the members have de cided to celebrate the anniversary on their regular meeting night fnstead of on the actual date of organization The late John J Barrett also ably assisted Mr Hennessy in its organization and pre dicted that night that this would be the banner division of the order in this city The meeting was held in Reischs Hall at Nineteenth and Portland avenue Division 3 then as now was made up of iflefii1is front tbehtortbweslernpartro f the city Of the original charter mem bers who met that night someare alive while others have passed to their eternal reward Numbered among the dead are John Sheehan Edward Malone George Taafe John Thornton Michael Moore Michael Deeley and Thomas Kelly Those who are alive are County President Patrick T Sullivan James Gill Michael Sheehan Martin Ford State Treasurer George J Butler Michael Lamer and Thomas Kennedy The first officers of Division 3 were President Michael Sheehan Vice Presi dent George J Butter Recording Secre tary Martin J Ford Financial Secretary John Sheehan Treasurer Edward Malone Before the year was out Mr Shee han owing to the press of other business was compelled to resign and Patric- Holley was elected to fill out the unex pired term as President In 1885 Mr Holley was reelected President with Michael Lamer as Vice President James Coleman Recording Secretary Nicholas Sheridan Financial Secretary and Dan- Iel F Murphy now City Assessor Treasurer In 1886 Patrick Holley was again chosen President with George J Butler Vice President A year later James Cole man was elected President but in 188 Patrick Holley was once more chosen President In 1890 Nicholas J Sheridan succeeded to the Presidency He re signed the following November and Pat rick T Sullivan now County President + was chosen to fill out the unexpired term He succeeded himself in 1891 Since then Patrick T Mullen now a member of the police force Joseph Taylor Law rence Mackey and John Cavanaugh have- each served two terms as President o Division 3 Mr Cavanaugh was serving his third term when he resigned last Monday night The members of Division 3 have always been noted for their activity in Hibernian affairs and have had representatives hig in State and national councils since 1886 when James Coleman was elected State Secretary and served in that capacity without opposition for sixteen years During that time he attended the na tional conventions of the order in Louis yule Omaha Hartford Detroit BostonI and Trenton At each of these conventions Mr Coleman played an active and prominent part To him the entire order is indebted for the system of electing the division officers prior to the State and the State officers prior to the national 1 officers whereas in former times the na tional officers were elected prior to the State and division officers Michael Shee- han served as State Treasurer in 1886 t and George J Butler is the present State Treasurer while Patrick T Sullivan Iis the first member of Division 3 to serve a County President Patrick Holley also served as State Treasurer and as State President From this it can be seen that Division 3 always had members who r stood high in State and national affairs Mr Coleman also deserves great credit for his work in securing the ritual now used in degree work by the order In the national Convention at Boston a few years ago hemade a plea for a revision otUieritwladjUda reggMtioa Ji60 u rp was set aside for that purpose The revis ion of the ritual followed soon after Among the old members of Division 3 who attained prominence in the practice of their profession or in city affairs were Dohertymand the late Alderman William Patterson Mr Patterson remained a member of the order until his death Dr Doherty is still an active member of the division Mr Tierney is now a member of the bena member of the Hibernians several years agoAt present the numerical strength of the division is 110 but from 1886 to 1889 this division ranged from 108 to 157 members It has now more than 1000 in the treasury and is probably the strongest division in the city financially Since the establishment of the order Division 3 has paid out more than 10000 in sick and death benefits During nine teen years only three men who were at any time officers of the division have died They were Michael Deeley Ed ward Malone and John Sheehan Of these Mr Deeley died while in office Division 3 was called the mother of Di visions band 6 Both of these divisions flourished for a time and then dropped twosdivisions were established Division 3 lost twelve of its most active members Among the members of the division who were lout to the order through death were the following excellent gentlemen John Thornton John A Bree John Stewart Mike Reardon L M OMara Henry Lawler John Burns Michael Deeley and C A Burns All of these died members of the order in good standing true to the principles of friendship unity and Chris tian charity For many years Division 3 met at Nineteenth and Portland but during the past year its meetings have been held at Hibernian Hall on the first and third Mondays of each month The anniversary celebration promises to be a pleisant one where the members will delight in re counting the deeds of other days and renew their pledges to the principJes of the order HAPPY HOURS Spent by Trinity Council En tertaining Grand Presi dent Kelly Trinity Council met Monday night and gave a reception and smoker iin honor of James B Kelly the new Grand President 7t1jfittom ttImwbers oi ttturning out in large numbers quite a sprinkling of members were present from Satolli and Mackin Councils In opening the meeting President Torn Garvey congratulated the members of Trinity Council on its splendid progress and urged all to work to secure a member ship of 300 before the new year He then introduced Grand President Kelly Mr Kelly said his aim would be to conduct the affairs of Kentucky jurisdic tion of the Young Mens Institute zeal ously and urged all to give him their hearty support By so doing they would make certain both the social and moral advancement of the whole order He deplored the lack of charity that occa sionally manifested itself among mem leavekout personalities to for the general membership and good of the order Mr Kelly said he would work for the interest of all councils and would endeavor to have the true Catholic spirit prevail at all times His address was applauded to the echo Refreshments and cigars were served and then Grand Secretary George J Lautz was introduced He made one of his usual thoughtful addresses which 8was well received Clarence H Zook of Mackin Council the well known incur ance agent who as Chairman of the Reception Committee helped to make the recent meeting of the Grand Council a success congratulated Trinity Council and all the other grand officers on the selection of Mr Kelly as Grand Presi dentAppropriate resolutions were adopted CamfieldFIt was to Auxiliary the use of Trinity Councils library and Eugene Cooney was recom mended for Council Deputy Frank Burke declined to make a speech but in comehenjoy to given by Mackin Council Brief addresses were made by David OConnell Emmet Slat tery Andrew Kiefer Ben Hund Dr Frank S Clark William M Higgins and others It was announced that Trinity Council would give entertainments on Sunday November 22 and on Thanks giving eve HIS FIRST MASS- e The church of the Immaculate Con caption at Eighth and Grayson streets was not large enough to hold the immense congregation that gathered there last Sunday morning to assist at the first mass of the Rev Father Theodore H Reverman Mrs Louise Reverman mother of the celebrant and several others relatives and friends were given positrons of honor in the church Father Rcver man was assisted by the Rev Father Hailing as deacon the Rev Father Rotheut as subdeacon and the Rev Father Bobkeu as master of ceremonies A choir of fifty sang Gounods mass The sermon was preached by the Very Rev Pother Bernard Weterni n Who reviewed Father Revermana career from boyhood to the present time sad paid a fitting tribute to fail scholarly attainments M i r c CELEBRATE TWENTYFIFTH ANNIVERSARY Officer and Mrs John Holden Whose Silver W ding Takes Place at St Georges Church II t I 4t f- fsdf f PREPARATIONS f For a Big Euchre Are Being Made by Federation Delegates Resolutions Adopted by Nation al Body Were Indorsed and Commended I Mass Is Being Celebrated Regularly at Industrial School of Reform na5 RBSUGfiOR FEDERATION IOVBMENT The Jefferson County Catholic Federa tion held a well attended meeting at Hibernian Hall on Friday night of last week Dr Joseph W Fowler presided l- On roll call it developed that seventeen of the twentytwo societies affiliating with the County Federation were represented by one or more delegates John J Crotty t submitted report from the Entertain ment Committee recommending that a euchre be given to secure funds to carry- on the purpose of the organization The idea was considered a good one and the following committee was appointed to arrange for the euchre Dr Ben Lammers f John J Crotty Lula Schwaniger Dr Prang S Clark Miss Mamie Kiley Mrs t Monahan Mrs M Hoban Miss Fackler I Miss Mary Sheridan John J Barry J B Kelly John H Hennessey Patrick T Sullivan Thomas Feeley Joseph P Mc Ginn Louis Hamil Dr Alphonse S BIzot and Miss Rena C Welsenberger The committee was given full power to arrangedate and hall for the euchre John J Crotty announced that he would do nate the first prize William T Meehan announced that he would donate the second prize The Louisville Council of the Knights of Columbus sent a communication an nouncing the withdrawal of its delegates from the federation It was explained that the Knights of Columbus were sot opposed to the federation movement butII were simply acting under the national i charter which forbids the Knights as a body affiliating with any other socletytt It is possible that this restriction may beI removed when the National Council of the Knights of Columbus meets in thisI city next year The communication wasI received and the delegates were allowed towithdrawDr S Clark and Patrick T Sullivan made earnest talks in favor of the federation and urged perseverance Daniel Sheehan also made a nice address commending the resolutions adopted by the National Federation He said they were as a whole a criterion for any Catholic society James B Kelly the new Grand President of the Young Mens Institute was called upon and told how the Grand Council recently indorsed the resolutions of the National Federation The members pledged themselves to ask the bodies they represented to donate prizes for the euchre It was an- n unced that masa was being celebrated regularly every Sunday at the Industrial School of Reform This has been brought about through the efforts of the Jefferson County Federation and with the aid of Judge Matt ODoherty a member of the Board of Directors of the Reform School When the County Federation adjourned the euchre committee met and organized by electing the following officers Dr+ Frank Si Clark Chairman John J Barry Secretary and PatrickT Sullivan Treas urcr The subcommittee on ball is made up of Dr Clark John j Barry and E J ea punchDrer and Mlni Kami S lOky Committee in Press John J Barry and James B Kelly Committee on Prizes=bV Ben Lammers Mrs Hoban and Miss JJackler The subcommittc appointed to arrange for a hall and date for i the euchre met and decided to hold theenchre at Lieder kranz Han op Thursday November 19 The full committee wm meet at Trinity Hall on Wednesday evening and each member is urged to be Present SILVER WEDDING 4 1 Mr and Mrs JohnJ Holdon to Celebrate Their- Anniversary f Patrolman and Mrs rrjohn J Holden will celebrate their frilver wedding on Wednesday OctobertlESffhey weremar riled at St t ac k on October14- T67 1 o whYI will renew their vows of fidelity at St Georges church After the renewal of their vows the Rev Father Weiss will celebrate mass ior their intention FolJlowing the ceremony at the church Mr and Mrs Holden will leave for Muncie ad where they will spend a week as guests of Messrs Thomas and William Holden brothers of Mr Holden Patrolman John J Holden has been on the police force during the past thirteen years and has always performed his duties admirably and has the respect of his fellowpatrolmen and superior officers t- His estimable wife before her marriage was Miss Catherine Dusch Their mar tried life has been a happy one and their friends will visit St Georges church on Wednesday to assist at the mass and wish the worthy couple many more years of married happiness ELOQUENT SERMON On the Fifteenth Anniversary of a Church Dadi isi cation l Only a very heavy downpour of rain kept people from overcrowding the Church of St Frances of Rome Clifton last Sunday night The attendance atII the tate mass however was very large Sunday night solemn vespers were sung I the Rev Father Daniel OSullivan of the Church of the Blessed Sacrament officiat ing assisted by the Rev Father Kalaher c of St Cecilias and Rev Father Walsh of the Sacred Heart churchcI The Rev Dr O P Ackerman pastor of St Philip Neris church preached theC anniversary sermon He told of the love Catholics should have for their parish churches and how they should make it a pleasure and consider it an honor to aid in beautifying the house of God The sermon was an eloquent and impressive one The choir of St Frances of Rome was augmented by many of the leading soloists from other Catholic choirs and the music added much to the beauty an I solemnity of the occasion The altar were banked with palms and flowers a tribute from the members of the congregation to the untiring energy of their beloved pastor the Rev Thomas W White This well beloved clergyman has made many improvements in hisI church during the past fifteen years H- ispopular with all classes who wish toI be with him to celebrate his silver jubilee KNIGHTS AND LADIES A general meeting of representatives of all thee branches of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America will be held in Markers hall Seventeenth andI Main streets Wednesday sight Octoberrr 14 A full attendance is desired as matters of importance are to be discussed i Among other things are arrangements forr thenational convention to beheld In this city next year jibe mtttr of giving 4 euchre next month will alsoo be determ Bed L d t- t L 1 JIt ft j GOOD EXAMPLE of For Other Societies to Be Set by Branch 25 C K of Aton October 28 Will Approach Holy Commun ion on Their TwentyFifth WtVj I Anniversary Brief Review of the History of an Admirable Body of Catholics j THE GROWTH HAS BBBH STBADY I of Branch 25 of the Catholic Knights of will reach the twentyfifth milestone of its career on Wednesday October 28 but the members will celebrate this twentyfifth anniversary on the Sunday preceding October 25 Different people and different societies have different ways of celebrating their respective anni versaries One may celebrate with a dinner to bis friends and relatives Another hold a reception where gifted orators l hold forty and review the events in life of the person in whose honor the reception is held or if it be a society speak pleasantly of the living and kindly of the dead Yet far simpler but Infinitely more glorious than these will be the celebration of their anniversary by the mem bers of Branch 25 They willapproach the holy sacrament of the eucharist in a body Surely this is the grandest celebration of all Their Spiritual Director the Very Rev Father Bax will celebrate solemn high mass in honor of the occa ion at 630 oclock on that Sunday morn ingandat that mass the members will receive holy communion There will be no other celebration of the day unless Father Bax chooses to say a few words during the mass It is hardly necessary to tell Catholics In thispart of the country what kind of a society the Catholic Knights of Americas a Is Its works speak for themselves t Through these Catholic Knights the tears of the widow have been dried and the orphans fed clothed and educated The dead have been given Christian burial and masses have been said fpr the repose of their souls Branch 25 has engaged in I all of this work and its members have laid up for themselves treasures in heavenThis branch is made up to ta great extent of members of St Johns parish Its headquarters have been at St Johns and the Very Rev Father flax has been its I Spiritual Director ever since its establishment It was organized in St Johns I Thedcharter members were Jqhn J DarrettI Edward Sheehan Thomas Hill Michael Grogan Martin Shaughnessy Julius Coenen Pat Byron Dominic Bax F PIBaron and John Ruddy Of these four are numbered among the dead They Iare John J Barrett Martin Shaughnessy JohneBarrett was the first President of the branch Edward Sheehan was its first Secretary and F P Damn its first Treas urer During the first year of its exist ence Branch 25 numbered pnly twenty members all told In 1879 Dominic Bax was elected to the Presidency while Mr Sheehan was re elected Recording Secretary These offi cars served several years Just how long is not definitely known as part of the records have been misplaced From 1886 till J891 inclusive Edward Sheehan was President and William Osborne now de ceased was Recording Secretary Since then John A McCarthy Charles J Deaee sad Albert Fe Martin served two terms et4 M Prs dent whileJ E J Maa i1 1 J I Butler Leeboldt FP Baron and John Garraghty served one year each The incumbent President is William T Mee han Since 1891 the Recording Secretaries have been in order Edward Shee Iran Patrick Russell Theodore J Kern Harry Veeneman and Lawrence J Veene man Several of them served more than one term Mr Baron has been Treasurer of the branch since its establishment save one year when he was elected President J For many years past either Lawrence J Veeneman of E J Mann has been Finan cial Secretary The present officers of the branch are Very Rev FatheV Bax Spiritual Director William T Meehan President John F Schunicht First Vice President P J Schreck Second Vice President L Dominic flax Recording Secretary E J Mann Financial Secretary F P Baron Treasurer Charles J Desse A F Hem merle and J M Rheil Trustees William F Stuckenburg SergeantatArms Mar tin Sbaughnessy Sentinel- In 1896 Branch 10 an older branch than No 25 composed of men living in that section of the city north and east of St Johns parish was about to be suspended I but the members were taken into Branch 25 This gave it about forty ad ditional members At the present time it has a membership of 110 The first assessment paid by members of Branch 25 was No5 Now they are called upon to pay assessment 773 The members of this branch are all devout Catholics and earnest workers for the good of the order Their celebration will set a good example for other Cath olic societies President William T Meehan said in response to inquiries A vast amount of money has been paid out by the members Branch 25 It would be an almost impossible task to tell of the distress thatII has been relieved by the assessments paid by these men the majority of whom are poor mechanics While the majority of them live in St Johns parish the mew bers are scattered from Portland to the Point FAREWELL The Very Rev Father Fow lers Term as Prior Expires The Debt Association of St Louis Bcrtrand church held an important meet ing in Bertrand Hall on Monday night The Very Rev Fowler O P who has been Prior of the Dominicans and pastor hcconeregation fof the past three years attended the meeting and bade the members of the association farewell Father Fowlers term as Prior has expired and his successor will be elected on Monday He left Thursday for Colum bus Or where he made his final report to the Provincial of the order After the reports from the various districts of the parish had been received and routine business transacted Mr John P Cassilly President of the associa tion paid a high tribute to Father Fowler Mr Cassilly told bow Father Vow ler founded the Debt Association and outlined itshistory Through the efforts of Father Fowler and this association the debt of the church has been materi ally reduced He expressed the sorrow that all felt over the departure of their reverend pastor and assured him that he wouldalways have the prayers and well wishes of the congregation for his health and happiness Father Fowler responded briefly thanking the members of the association for their unselfish work and assured them that lie would always remember them in his prayers and masses The Rev Father Martin SubPrior also made a brief address and urged the mem bers to continue their good work He told them the greater the sacrifices they made to aid the church the greater would be their reward in the next world Father Mat1lnspolte of Father Fowler as kind superior and expressed the wish hat he would be reelected Too much cannot be said in praise of the good work accomplished by Father Fowler In addition to materially reduc ing the debt he beautified the church by adding electric lights to its equipment further adorning the sanctuary putting in tiled aisles hardwood floors new confessionals and other improvements He was an earnest indefatigable worker and his loss will be felt by the entire community SUCCESSFUL OPERATION I Mrs James Russell who recently suffered the amputation of one of her limbs at the knee is progressing favor ably and her friends will be glad to bear that she will soon be removed to her home at 1620 West Madison street Some time ago Mrs Russell was attacked by a inalighant ailment which caused her great pain On examination it developed that the limb must be amputated in order to save her life She was removed to St Josephs Infirmary where the operation was successfully performed andthe patientisnowon the road to recovery Mrs Russell bas a wide scqualntence in Louisville and is universally respected TO GIVE MISSION f The Rev Edwin Drury missionary for this diocese will give a mission at St Philip Neris church beginning Sunday October 25 andcontlnulng until and in clueing November 1 The Rev Fathe Ackerman iinvites the public in genera to attend this mission as the sermons willi be full of Interest to nonCatholics Th J1eldhavfnotr t n DRAMATIC EntertainmentFor the Catholic Knights Will Be Given Monday Members of the Committee Are 1 Busy Making Prepa rations Rehearsals Show That the Performers Are All in Readiness MANY TICKETS HAVE BEEN SOLDjj Members of the Entertainment Com mittee who have in charge the dramatic MarysHallvery men these days The entertainment will be given under the auspices of the Cen tral Committee of the Catholic Knights of America and as the cause is a worthy patronizedThe Entertainment Committee met in the hall of Branch 262 at Seventeenth and Southgate streets last week after the regular meeting of that branch Ad dresses for the good of the order were made by Messrs Michael Reichert Joseph HarryVeenemaumeeting of UTe branch was in progress At its close the entire branch remained to attend the meeting of the Entertainment Committee Joe McGinn presided and Secretary Martin reported that he had collected advertisements worth 25and was ready to proceed with the pro grammes and was instructed to have I them Ieitrows In the hall Each of these reserved seats will be fifteen cents extra and will y besold only at the door The meetingYrthen adjourned till Monday evening The Central Committee under whose willbetrue in the ranks of the Catholic Knights of America The majority of them are veteran members pf the order andchar ter members f their respective brach s Among them maybe mentioned Michael Reichert Joseph P McGinn Patrick Holley Thomas Feeley Thomas Shee ban Edmund Rapp Edmund Hill Joseph Hubbuch Charles J Desse Thos Dignan Newton G Rogers William T Meehan Jonathan Thlckstun and Police Commissioner John A Murphy the lat ter two representing the Jeflersonvillep L1ganizedipurposeorder and to aid and sustain the weaker branches As the order is largely made up of men who are in humble circum stances and whose only resource is a days work the Central Committee worked and is working to protect thesezwho when through no fault of their own lose their positions until another place of be gentlemenefforts should receive support and en couragementy rtheDenSpeakerager and worker when charitable under takings are on hand agreed to be the guiding star Tci him the Central Com mittee is indebted for selecting a play securing the performers and rehearsing them His only reward will be the consciousness of duty well done The entertainment will be opened with a brief address by the Very Rev Father Bernard Westerman pastor of the Immaculate Conception Following this Tony the Convict a drama in five acts will be produced Among the perform ers willbe such well known entertainers as Ben Speaker Thomas D Clines John SylvesterGrQveLena Schickl Mrs R M Wathen Miss Josephine Robart and Miss Rosa Stoehr Incidental to the action of the drama there will be vocal and instrumental music and between the acts specialties will begixen by Messrs A Tschan Clem Booker John Gleisner Sam Merrifield and Miss Ada Cunningham As a whole the entertainment promises to be an ex cellent and pleasing one REVEREND VISITOR pastor spendingHe was the guest of the Rev Father HolyCross byhisMAKING PROGRESS Grand Secretary Lautz visited Bards town last week and attended a meeting of OConnell Council Y M I At that meeting eleven new members were initiated and the council was shown to be in excellent working order The mem bers have secured new quarters and ex pect to double their membership within a Cooneyhpresided over the meeting and several excellent addreeeaa were made A I J 1 KB NTUOKY RI8H AM RrOAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN IXINNLINMILNNIILNI Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all risk Americana KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY Sc Entered at tbs Lowlsylllo PostoMlce as Socoa4 Class Matter AMERICAN325WestOrecoSlreA t1t11- TAAOES UNION COUNCILLAB LOUISVILLE Ky SATURDAY OCTOBER to 1903 DEMOCRATIC TICKET State Governor- JJ C W BECKHAM Lieutenant Governor- W PTHORNEAuditor S W HAGER Treasurer H M BOSWORTH Attorney General- N B HAY- SSecretary of Slate H V MCHESNEY Superintendent of Public Instruction J H FUQUA SR Commissioner of Agriculture HUBERT VREELAND Clerk ol 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 i SAMUEL B KIRBY Judge ol Common Pleas Division No11 EMMET FIELD Judge of Jefferson Circuit Court Commonn Pleas Branch Division No2 THOMAS 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 District LABAN PHELPS For the Legislature Fortyfourth District HERMAN D NEWCOMB Fortyfifth District JOHN M LETTERLE Fortysixth District CHRIS MUELLER Fortyseventh District LAWRENCE REICHERT Fortyelghth District JAMES P EDWARDS Fortyninth District- H P MDONALD Fiftieth District J C OCONNOR Fiftyfirst District THOMAS DREWRY For Constable of Eighth Magisterial Dls tract A B HACKEL 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 JOHEARN J GEORGE MILLER DR J W FOWLER CHARLES F TAYLOR JOSEPH NEVIN CouncilmenFirst AJBIZOT JOHN BARON Second Ward DB B BUCKLE ANTON SCHWIETERS Third Ward T J YEAGER A J DOMECK Fourth Ward T N SHEPARD HENRY SEILER Fifth Ward M B SEVILLE SAM A LEDERMAN Sixth Ward S S BLITZ CHARLES D GREER Seventh Ward FRANK COOK LYNE HERNDON Eighth Ward HARRY W RUSSELL EDWARD B KERR Ninth Ward LEE COliN ALBERT S SMITH Tenth Ward W E PALMORE THOMAS MORAN Eleventh Ward JULIUS BEIRACH HERMAN CHRISTEN Twelfth Ward AUGUSTUS MILLER J W DRAKE School Trustees Fortyflfth District PHIL B THOMPSON Fortysixth District CHARLES A LANG Fortyseventh District BEN STEHLIN JR Fortyeighth District CHAPMAN YOUNG Fortyninth District DRJWGALVIN Fiftieth District DRR E CALVIN Fiftyfirst District JOSEPH I ATKINSON 0 1 GLORY ENOUGH FOR ALL Now that a brighter day appears to be dawning for Ireland it iis pitiful to see old factional fight renewed among patriotic people of our race both at home and abroad They have begun to fight and quarrel for the credit of having brought a little a very little prosperity to Ireland Less than a week ago we read of the quarrel in the Has among factions of the physical force or ClannaGael party The leader of one faction the editor of a journal claimed the sole right for his party to celebrate the centenary of Robert Emmet He derided the the celebrations heretofore given by the opposing factions and to be given hereafter he abused the leaders of the other faction and abused the Ancient Order of Hiber nians He set himself up as the Moses of Ireland All others were fait e prophets and their follower worse than heretics In turn this selfconstituted hero who wants to claim who does claim all the credit who thinks he has suffered most and says he has made the most sacrifices for Ireland is being roundly abused by the leaders of other factions And in Ireland this week there was a freeforall fight at the polls over the election oft member of Parliament The Red mondites and the antiRedmondites fought with clubs and for what Not for Ireland not for a seat in British Parliament but for purely selfish motives This factional fighting must be stopped if we ever intend to make Ireland a nation free and independent If we must fight let us fight the common enemy We must learn to conquer ourselves before we can conquer the British tyrants In our factions lies our weakness It was this very trouble that led to Irelands downfall The ONeils and ODonnells in the North the OBriens McCarthys and OSullivans in the South the OMoores and OByrnes in the East and the OConnors and ORouarks in the West all fought among themselves not that they loved Ireland Ireland less but be cause they loved their respective septs more Had they united against the common enemy Ire land would today have held its place among the free and inde pendent nations of the earth Stop this factional fighting w pray you There is room for wall We are all members of a mag nificent race The ClannaGaels the Fenians the Ancient Order of Hibernians all have their propel spheres There is work for allof them and plenty of it There is a place for the Nationalists who be lieve they will secure something from Parliamentary agitation but all must work together It is only a selfish a damning ambition that prompts one faction to set itself upon a pedestal and expect the throng to incense it with swinging censers and cry aloud Youre it Youre its Youre itl Remember brethren when Rob ert Emmets epitaph is writtet there will be glory enough to gc round The land that produced Brian Boru Red Hugh ONeil Sarsfield OBryan Wolfe Tone Robert Emmet Daniel OConnell Tom Moore Oliver Plunkett Par nell Mitchel Stephens and OMa bony has never ceased to honoi them even though many of them held opposite views As there is glory and fame for these so will there be glory and fame for the rest of us when the time comes None of us are infallible None of us has the right to say Ours is a the only way Be patient be forbearing be generous to others It is indeed a strange sad thing t to see a nation like the Irish proverbial in its hospitality to the stranger as Lever puts iit Fightin like divils for conciliation and hatin each other for the love of God We do not question the honesty or earnestness of purpose of any eof these factional leaders They are all in favor of the freedom of Ireland but they are acting the part of children who refuse to play unless you play their game Get together you men of Irish blood Lay aside your personal grievance and ambitions and prepare to fight the common enemy The Most Rev Archbisho Keane who has been abroad for several months recently returned this archcpiscopal see at Dubuquc When questioned by a reporter on the proposition to lift the ban of the Catholic church from Masonry he saidIII have read the resolution drawn up to be presented at the Catholic Federation at Atlantic City and I have noted that they were not brought up in the conven tion I would not care to make an offhand statement in regard to the matter because the subject is a- very serious one I do not believe that the subject will ever be ad vanced to lift the ban It never has been and I do not think it ever will be Not even in America queried his interrogator Not even in America responded His Grace A word to the wise should be sufficient Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday were registration days and the citizens of both the leading parties turned out in large numbers The total registration is approximately 39000 Of these about 20500 registered as Democrats 13000 as Repubilans and 5500 failed to state their affiliation This gives the Democrats a plurality of 7000 over the Republicans tend a major ity of 2000 over all The stipple mental registration will not mate rially change the standing of the respective parties These figures show that Louisville will continue to be governed by Democrats and that the good people of this city will help to swell Gov Beckman majority in the State An Irish artist is painting a por trait of Pope Pius X at the latters request an Irish optician in Dublin has been sent for to fit him with anew pair of eyeglasses Would there be anything remarkable about it if His Holiness were to send to Ireland for a Papal Secretary of State He might go farther and fare worse The standing of the candidates in our Worlds Fair popularity contest will be publisned next week More surprises are in store for the candi dates and their friends as several changes have resulted during the past week Friends of candidates will do well to hustle if they want to see their favorites near the top SSS969S9S96SSS d SOCIETY Mrs Lawrence Hannan is visiting rela Lives at Athertonville Mrs Pat Sweeney of Jeffersonville left last week to visit friends in St Louis William Dalton of Sparta is visiting Mrs Edward Corcoran in Jefferson county Miss May Whalen of Indianapolis is the guest of Mrs J B Murphy of Jeffer sonville John N Reese wife and children have returned home from a two weeks visit to Indiana Mrs J M Donovan of Cincinnati is visiting her brother George W South well of Jeffersonville Mrs John McAteer and daughter Miss Virginia McAteer who have been visiting friends in Chicago are expected to return home today Andrew McBarron Alexandria Ind returned home Tuesday after spending several days in New Albany as the guest of his mother Mrs Albert Metzger atalented young musician has been installed as organist and choir director at the Church of Our Lady in Portland Mrs Matt ODoherty is ill oTtyphoid fever at her home on St Catherine street r w J == aawwnrwwMrr i= vbir irnnr+ nrw- wPublic r CoPdiaily InvitedT- O I 1 TE 1tr TXXJ OPENING OF OUR STORE Which Will1 Take Place Monday October 12 liB We shall take pleasure in showing the most mcdern and uptodate store in the West End Souvenirs 9 to oclock a m 2 to 4 oclock and 7 to 9 oclock pmI I IIII ft M1JI GATHOF BRO1 m 1111 800 802 804 806 W MARKET CORNER EIGHTH III II SPECIAL VALUES FOR OPENING DAY IIII jtjtBlankets Comforts I bordersI t gctHeavy j 75CthisComforts filled with white cotton full 25regularII Saline Comforts filled with fine white cotton scrolled stitched worth i 1 98every cent of 275 for only P Extra Quality Wool Blankets full 101 98pays Underwear Childrens Union Suits all sizes grey and ecrue nicely fleeced a 35c pEC value for All Womens Vests and Pants sizes 3 to 0 I 25CIs 8cstHI fWaists U White Waists are again supreme for ttstylish dresses Specials forSaturday and Monday Waists made of Good Quaility Vesting tab collars large pearl buttons worth t plaitedl98CMonday 0regularII II VestingII 1 I Cream Mohair Waists plaited front U1 and sleeves b very handsome garment 11Special for i Saturday and ho CflJpZiOU11 Monday i m Knit Underskirts cccbooI Knitted Knee Underskirts in solid I grey and striped This is a regular 60c skirt Not more than two to a customer I As a special flyer they will be sold QQC Monday tot only I Her speedy recovery is hoped for byher wide circle of friends A pretty baby girl has come to gladden the home of Jacob Becker the popular union molder Papa Becker is very proud of the new arrival Dr John T Chawk has gone to Chicago to take a final course as a veterinary sur geon He expects to resume his practice here in about six months Mrs Thomas Fleming and daughter Mrs James F Burns of Lebanon were the guests of friends in Louisville during the early part of the week Miss Josie Monahan of 1609 West Madison street has returned home after a ten days visit to friends at West Baden Springs She is much improved in health Miss Delia Rooney a popular young lady of Nashville is the guest of Mr and Mrs Michael Finegan at Ninth and Kentucky streets She will remain here several weeks Murt Gallagher of the Herald composing room force is smilingly receiving congratulations this week It is a boy and the image of his papa Mother and child are doing well Mrs Eliza Jamison who recently underwent a painful operation at St Jo sephs Infirmary is improving rapidly Her many friends hope to see her at home within a very short time Miss Evelyn Reilly who has been seriously ill of typhoid fever at Sts Mary and Elizabeths Hospitall is rapidly improving Her many friends will be glad to know thatehe will soon be able to leave the hospital Mr and Mrs Martin J Glynn are busy I entertaining in honor of a young lady who recently arrived at their home 1124 Dumeanll stree Sbels only a few days old but bids fitto become as popular as her father her- r I I frr ri SHOE NEWSA- n instantaneous success is what our Shoe Department has proven In this department you will find only de atwhetSpecials for Saturday and Monday orlight48SchoolI1 One lot of Womens Patent Colt Leather Lace Shoes in the New Blucher or Tuxedo Cut French or Cuban Heel a regular T+ I QQ 250 value will be sold during this sale for per pair onlyip I itfO 48heelJ I1 98al1II Smart Tailored Suits 1350 Garments In every way strictly tailormade offered at popular prices Skirted Blouse Suits of Fine Walking Skirts in Fancy Mix 98handsomelyIi aUnei I I SjlfcKsuitaforregUlar1 Dress Skirts in black and colors Walking Skirts made of a good made of an allwool cloth hand weight Melton cloth has a fold 98bandsFascinators Wool Fascinators good size all 25CandShawl Fascinators large size fringed Special for Satur 50Cday and Monday for Shawl Fascinators extra large 75CregularCircular Fascinators hand made Special 5IondayI DRESS GOODSOnly choicest represented from nobby mixtures to plain AllWool Suiting fancy mix Melrose Suiting 44 inches wide AllWool Plain in all Zibeline Suitings all 38 AllWool Granite Cloth AllWool Venetian 60 IV a A handsome baby boy has made its appearance at the home of Mr and Mrs Andrew Gorman on West Market street Mr Gorman is proud of the addition to bis household The mother and child are progressing favorably George Yeager and Miss Clara Benson popular young people were united in marriage by the Rev Father Cunningham at Holy Cross church on Wednesday after noon They have a wide circle of friends who wish them many years of unalloyed bliss Mrs Sallie Collins Keyer formerly of this city but now a resident of San Fran cisco is visiting friends and relatives in this city An entertainment was given in her honor at the residence of Mr and Mrs Thomas Scally on West Market street last Friday night Dan Kane and wife and Sid J Raffo and wife Sunday and Mon day in Cincinnati 4 Witn them was Mrs I George Flannery of Dayton 0 who was the guest of Mr and Mrs Kane in in this city for several weeks During their stay in Cincinnati Kane and Mr Raffo were royally entertained by Dan Kerwin formerly of the Louisville ball club Dr Page Mrs Teresa Clayton Miss Josie Lerteau and Misses Mamie and Laura Lerteau all of Chicago were the guests of Joseph Morgan 1827 West Market street during the show last week Mr Morgan gave a dinner honor of his guests Misses Mamie and Laura Lerteau are so pleased with their visitthat Jhey will remain here another week Dr Page and Mrs Clayton re turned home on Monday George E Ruffner of Brooklyn N Y and Miss Annie Inez Bradshaw of Leba non Kvi will be married the city the last week of the present mouth Miss Bradshaw is one of the belles of Marion county and has many friends In Louisville Mr Ruffner was born and raised in Louisville but went Q r Wrist Bags Bags in red black tan and 25CdayWrist bags with mirrors coin purse and bottle made of solid OcdayHand Bag in red blue black and grey entirely new very QQC nobby J 0 Hand Bags in black tan grey and brown made from a superior stock walrus leather T I ft rfor CpliZO fabrics cloths in 39CularCloth colors QCcialgood Cloth 9Cwearing Capt spent Capt horse in in latter in Wrist East years ago He is now in a in He is a of of this and Will of and Miss Lula will in at St the Rev A will the at the home of the sister Mrs 1320 Hull street Mr at 3404 street after ber 1 IJ- D Inthis Mens Underwear Jli Derbyribbed and a C9c i value for 0 U Hair and the made best this sale Drawersll1 ll and in a for a 100 brownJII Red and spe II J Red and gen uine 150 for a fl 1251 1I m Mens HatsD- ont that you must pay romII 3 to 4 to get a or a hat we carry all IIbrandsII l J cial cost you 200 Towels a saver on one of theIt most iu a size in a hand some range of The kind you 17CandHemstitched Huck size 30x18 17CvalueII I ends open work to this C and fornUK Neck Ribbon j J yardu E a = a 1 A GRAND PRIZE CONTEST f+ + I IENTLJIY I IRISHI yuERi- WOtIiDS f + pKItl BflfcUOT + f + +I e f+ r+ I FOR M ADDRESS f+ Saturday iSIGNnDi+ + Fifty Votes Given to Either or Sub scribers Each Yearly Subscription ELGIN VOTING FOR YOUR FRIENDS several en gaged prosperous business Brooklyn brother John Ruffner city Ruffner Baltimore Bivin Pierce be united marriage Aloysius church Father OGrady officiat morningNuptialding ceremony wedding breakfast be tendered bridal party brides James OConnell and honeymoouinfriends Fifth Novem I Heavy Weight Fleeced Shirts Drawers regular CfjC only Camels Shirts wearing underwear only Merino Shirts Drawers mixture only regular quality JII Flannel Shirts Drawers aMondayFlannel Shirts Drawers medicated regular quality imagine II nobby shape wearing While they only mJ UUme mJ Heres money useful articles household Damask Towels 38x18 borders Towels Damask Towels fringe borders Nothing equal 25Cspecial qualityMonday mJ mwide A VOTE New Old for Paid Edward MOZART SYMPHONY CONCERT I The Mozart Symphony Orchestra Prof Constantine Kollros director will give its first grand concert at Phoenix Hill Park Hall on Monday evening October 26 This musical organization is made up of many of the best musicians in the city The soloists will be Mrs Mamie Becker soprano and Prof E Eichhorn cornetist Among tie musical numbers to be rendered is the Gambrinus March a stirring composition music by Prof Kollros and words by Frank A Lenz Jadldged JTcFONJUOKY =misn Iaxa7aH HH 1 lllll1 1 1 MHlHHM II I HIMHI I MMMIMH I 1 IMHH HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 jj J J BAREITT7 FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 EAST MAIN STREET With the assistance of my sous I will continue the undertaking business of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street t MRS JOHN J BARRETT tHI1 H1 M IM HHHl+HHlHH H IHHH+IlHi J t I 1 LIDIBAXEmbalmer TIlEPIIOIJII gaGa 1 Carriages For All Occasions 700 E CHESTNUT ST 891 407 905 West 814 KY M A 8 Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN FOR OLD UPON S r AND OAK STS TEN CENTS PER DRINK Cool Lager Warm Lunch Never Run Out GO TO FOR er BIG JUG At J J D T913 WEST aw St1OIL t tl SHE IS Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON THE C n wq IIDuuOU Ua In an PARLOR DINING CAR m E H Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Passenger Agent C H ROCKWELL Traffic Manager W H McDOEL Preside and General Manager JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone KY HENRY C LAUER T1Ix4IOPHorrn 1140 Fine Wines and Liquors Livery Boarding Stable JEFFERSON ST 428 and 430 ILBranch House Market EAST JEFFERSON STREET FRANKJOHN xl o1QVVALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE I PETER ANDRIOT 8 SUNS WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage RepaIring and Rubber ST BEST MKENNA WHISKY CALL SEVENTH and PioneerBottling House STRAIGHT WHISKIES DOOR BROADWAY Ualwr CRYING ELEGANT BACON District LOUISVILLE MAC ULEYS Monday Tuesday and Wednesday Even ings and Wednesday Matinee VIRGINIA HARNED In latest London succ- essIRIS Thursday and Friday Evenings LADY ROSES DAUG- HTERHOPKINS 1 Week Commencing Sunday Matinee Oct 1111 EVERY AFTERNOON AND NIGHT FILSON and ERROL Comedy Sketch FOUR NIGHTONSPremier Acrobats- DelaurDebrimont Trio singers Mme Emrne trained dogs and pets Smith and Fuller Polly Moran comedienne The Lovitts jugglers atd acrobats and THE BIOGRKPH MAS8N1G THEATER 4th and Chestnut Opp Postoffice MATINEES Wednefday Thursday Saturday Week Commencftt Monday October 12 The brilliant comedy star LIZZIEI EVANS IN At Cozy Corners A beautiful domestic comedy drama picturesquely mounted and elaborately costumed Special featuresThe Boy Quartette and Henning Trio of Dancers Matinee Prices 10 and 25 cents Night Prices15c 25c 35c 60c 75c no higher NEXT The Telephone flltl BUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SENDAY OCT 11 Uatlieei Sunday Monday Vedieiday Saturday The Moonlight Maids PRESENTING Splendid Specialties Brilliant Burlesque and Handsome Chorus Sparkling and Catchy Mu- sicBOOKKEEPINO Taugkt sager Gaped tIwteHtlM Ho Clug for Ittw aTxCYgltrSPIxT 6ti000KTd1dTIn rdAre r Rub tough twIUia cut lemon n r1 ALBERT S SMITH Acquires Interest of Ills Former Associates In Undertaking Business Albert S Smith the popular Council man from the Ninth ward and who for several years past has been associated with his brother and sister in the under taking business under the name of Gran W Smiths Sons has bought out the other members of the firm and will con tinue to conduct the business in his own name Mr Smith who is one of the most capable funeral directors and em balmers in the city will retain his present quarters at 704 West Walnut street Al Smith is a rising young businessman and has the confidence of the public In addition to carrying on his own business he has faithfully guarded the interests of the city as Conncilman during the past two years and Is now a Democratic candidate to succeed himself FRIENDS CALLED To Congratulate Mr and Mrs John F Flnke on Sliver Wedding Mr and Mrs John F Finke celebrated the twentyfifth anniversary of their wedding at St Peters church on South gate street on Thursday morning High mass was celebrated and in the afternoon and evening they held a reception at their home 1633 Southgate street Mr Finke is Superintendent of the enameling department of the Ahrens Ott Manufacturing Company Both he and Mrs Finke are highly respected and their friends hope they will live to cele brate their golden anniversary NONPAREIL CLUBS DANCE The Nonpareil Dancing Club will give the first dance of its fall and winter series at the new Masonic Hall on Wednesday night Octoer 14 It was the most suc cessful dancing club in the city last year and promises to eclipse all former efforts the coming season In the new Masonic it has secured a hall unsurpassed by any in the city The club members are among the most popular in the city and and they desire to increase their popu larity by giving the next dance under auspicious circumstances The Nonpareil Club will give dances every alternate Wednesday during the fall and winter ST VINCENT DE PAUL The regular monthly meeting of the Particular Council of the St Vincent de Paul Society will be held at St Francis Hall in the basement of the Cathedral next Monday evening at 8 oclock A full attendance is desired as business of importance is to be transacted The win ter season is rapidly approaching and the work for the various conferences of the St Vincent de Paul Society will be out lined at this meeting AGED CITIZEN DEAD Michael Flynn an aged and highly respected citizen of the West End died at noon Thursday as the result of the ailments attendant upon old age He is survived by his wire and two children Patrolman John Flynn and Miss Maggie Flynn The funeral will take place from the Church of the Sacred Heart at 9 oclock this morning COL WHALLEN BETTER The many friends of Col John H Whallen will be glad to learn that he is able to be out and attending to his business Early in the week he suffered an attack of malaria which his physicians feared would develop into typhoid fever Prompt treatment put the dread disease to flight ENTERPRISE CLUB The Enterprise Club an organization composed of well known ladies of the West End will give their opening euchre at Ostraders Hall Twentyeighth and Magazine streets on the afternoon and evening of Thursday October 15 The prizes will be numerous and handsome FRIENDS WELCOME Arthur Kelly one of the leading young pharmacists of the city has accepted a position with Charles J Cronan at Twelfth and Zane streets Mr Kelly will be glad to see his friends at his new quarters and assures all patrons prompt attention FIREMAN INJURED Martin McNally of the No5 Engine Company who was painfully injured while answering an alarm of fire Tuesday is resting as comfortably as possible under the circumstances at the City Hospital A NEAT APPEARANCE Every woman who desires to possess a neat appearance must pay particular attention to the care of her clothing A garment that gives evidence of dust or stains is very deteriorating to the wearer however costly it may be because it betrays a lack of cleanliness Dress skirts and petticoats should be carefully brushed after removal and then looked over to see if they require any necessary stitches A waist should be thoroughly aired after being worn A good way to do it is to place it with the wrong side out on a back of a chair before an open window Shields should be washed after two or three wearings A becoming waist or gown that has done service for one or more seasons may still present an air ofattractiveness by applying a bit of pretty trimming or whatever may be needed to give fresh touches of beauty Too much stress can not be laid on the care of shoes and gloves for nothing so marks a gentlewoman aa a wellshod foot and neatly gloved hand A raw potato will remove mud stains from black cloths It should be cut in half and rubbed oa the marks I nti- t c HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Division 1 will hold an important meet ing on Tuesday night A full attendance is desiredThomas Jordan and Robert E Jefferson were elected to membership in Division 3 Monday night- Company I L Hibernian Rifles of Rome N Y will go into camp under military rules at Niagara Falls in a short timeWilliam McHugh and Joe Cooney were nominated for Vice President of Division 3 at the last meeting Mr Cooney was electedDivision t 4 will meet Wednesday night when arrangements will be Made for a big initiation to be held at the following meeting County President Sullivan installed the new President and Vice President of Di vision 3 immediately after the election on Monday night j John Cavanaugh tendered his resigna tion as President of Division 3 on Mon day night It was reluctantly accepted and Tom Quinn an active young Hiber nean was elected in his stead William G Constantine of Division 1 Jeffersonville and one of the best known railroad men in Southern Indiana has been promoted to fireman on the Penn sylvania lines He Is receiving the con gratulations of his fellow Hibernians The Jeffersonvllle division held a well attended meeting Tuesday nignt Among those present was County President John Kenney who at the last meeting of the County Presidents at Indianapolis offered a number of suggestions which met ap provalThe members of Division 3 expect to enjoy a pleasant evening on Monday October 19 when they will belebrate the nineteenth anniversary of the establish ment of the division County President Patrick T Sullivan will review the his tory of the division and several other members will deliver impromptu speeches Refreshments will be served Mrs James Dwyer President of the Ladies Auxiliary at Cloquet Minn entertained recently in honor of Miss Mar garet A Grady State Insurance Secretary of the order and Miss Agnes Reilly of the State Insurance Board Miss Reilly gave the members an interesting talk on the Insurance feature During the even ing the guests were entertained with music and recitations MASONIC THEATER At Cozy Corners will be the offering at the Masonic Theater next week with Lizzie Evans the famous little comedy LIZZIE EVANS star in the leading role The public re members Miss Evans clever work in Foggs Ferry Our Angel and Coon Hollow and she will doubtless be warmly welcomed utter an absence of five years At Cozy Corners is a domestic drama of engrossing Interest and the theme of the play isa wholesome story of heart interest that will appeal to the better class of theatergoers In the act depicting the lawn surrounding the church a crowd of children is intro duced with pleasing effect and specialties are introduced including the boy quartet of singers and the famous Hennings trio of dancers A strong and capable com pany supports Miss Evans in this produc tion HOPKINS The excellent vaudeville attractions at Hopkins Theater drew large crowds every afternoon and evening this week Next week another splendid bill is offered Among the stars will be Filson and Errol in a comedy sketch the four Nighthons premier acrobats the DelaurDebrimont trio vocalists Madame Emmie and her trained dogs Polly Moran the comedienne The Lovitts jugglers and acro bats Smith and Fuller and the biograph MACAULEYS Miss Virginia Harned the gifted actress will appear at Macauleys Monday Tuesday and Wednesday nights and Wednesdaymatinee in Iris Pineros latest London success Lady Roses Daughter a dramatization of Mrs Humphrey Wards novel of that name I will be produced on Thursday and Friday nights under the management of Charles Frohman Miss Fay Davis will assume the title role BUCKINGHAM The Moonlight Maids presenting brilliant burlesques splendid specialties and elegant costumes will be the next attraction at the Buckingham Theater Parisian Pastimes is the title of one of thee burlesques and is said to be full of bright catchy music and sparkling comedy lines In the olio will be several old time vaudeville entertaltiersjri hew roles and many new claimants for honors as entertainers The flsualiuatieoes will be given 1 t1 BUSINESSLIKE Was tho Last Mooting of Mackin Council- Y M I Mackin Council Young Mens Insti tute met Tuesday night with a fair at tendance The application of J Callahan was received Treasurer Joseph Stelten pohl made his quarterly report showing the affairs of the council to be in a flour ishing condition The Visiting Commit tee reported that Charles Smith who has been seriously ill of typhoid fever was ImprovingAn to attend the euchre to be given by Trinity Council was received and accepted The lecture Committee reported that it had secured the services of Alderman James J Fitzgerald for the evening of Tuesday October 27 Clarence H Zook prominent in local insurance circles was unanimously recommended for Council Deputy The Investigating Committee for the ensuing term is made up as follows Henry Bloemer T L Humphrey and Hugh Riley Madison Council sent an invitation to all the local councils to attend their big initiation to morrow The invitation was gratefully accepted by Mackin Council and several exemplifying CATCHES SOMETHING Tom Hallinan the popular Louisville Nashville machinist will leave tonight for Rolling Fork and will spend tomor row fishing Tom is a great fisherman and never fails to catch something Two weeks ago he undertook a piscatorial expedition and promised fish to many of his friends When he returned Sunday evening with half a dozen chicken his friends declared he had been fishing in a lot Sam Kennedy who invited Tom to fish at his place tomorrow has notified his neighbors to keep a close watch on their poultry until Hallinan returns home PASSIFLORAS DANCE The Passiflora Club will give the second I of its series of three dances at Fountain Ferry Park on Tuesday night The club is composed of a number of the best known young men in the West End Among its members are Edward Weber Jack Shelley Will Taylor A Zachari J M Taylor and J McManaman The First Regiment Band will furnish the music and an enjoyable evening is promised all who attend FOR THE AGED St Anthonys Hall a home for the agedand infirm recently erected at La fayette Indwas dedicated Tuesday by the Right Rev Bishop Alerding More than fifty priests were present at the ceremonies The institution will be con ducted by the Sisters of St Francis who also conduct St Anthonys Hospital in this city Aged people of every creed will be tenderly cared for in this institu lion APPOINTED BISHOP The Right Rev Monsignor OGorman of the congregation of the Holy Ghost has been appointed Bishop of Sierra Leone Africa The Bishopelect was born in the County Kildare Ireland tbirt seven years ago For several years past he had been marter of novices and professor of theology at the Cornwall Institute near Philadelphia CLOSELY ALLIED Speaking about selfconsciousness how closely it Is allied to selfconceit In many instances we meet people who are musically talented and who either deem it a great honor to exercise their gift for the pleasure of others or who want others to think that they are much more gifted than they really are and refuse the re quest to sing or play giving some insin cere excuse The world would be much happier if people did not overrate them selves but instead were content to do their best A girl who can sing or play well and who does so freely and with pleasure upon being asked may not elicit the admiration due to a Patti but her generous unconscious manner will win forher the love of others and make her an agreeable companion Just as kind hearts are more than coronets so too a lack of selfconceit is greater than fine clothes or good looks for it gives its possessor an unrestrained indi viduality What can be done with jelly that has not hardened Cover the tops of the glasses with panes of window glass and set it in the sun for a few days bringing it in nights and during showers It will usually become hard If it does not save it for sauces puddings and fruit cake and be more careful next time An old housewife says that the toughest of beef and chicken can be made tender and palatable by putting a spoonful of good cider vinegar in the pot in which it is boiling or in the juice with which the same are basted when roasting It does not injure the flavor in the least Delicate ginghams may be soaked for twenty or thirty minutes in a weak solu tion of salt and water then washed in warm soapy water and rinsed in clear water and again in water slightly starched Hang on the wrong side but not in the sun or they will fade Use exactly opposite methods for re moving food from hot and cold molds When the mold contains ice cream or gelatine wrap a cloth about it wrung from hot water when it contains a hot pudding wring the cloth from cold water After you have made your rich brown gravy for the roast and it is just ready to turn into the gravyboat add a couple of tablespoonfuls of thick sweet cream It will lighten the color and what is more impart a moat delicious flavor In cooking green vegetable that are to- rteserved without the liquor only enough water should be used to keep them from burning otherwise the soluble nutritive qulitMl will bewasted r WILLIAM BORGMANNe Distillers Agent and Wholesale and Retail Dealer in WHISKIES WlflES flflt CIGA S I offer to the consumer some fine old whiskies at the following low prices gal7yeargal4yearOr pricesWf11l Home Phone 6264 2141618 SEVENTH ST LOUISVILLE KY We guarantee age and purity of all our goods t 1 + Ffi F + HICKEY 1 SAMPLE Rii Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool- M J HICKEY Proprietor Homo Telephone 384 SI8 W Jo Cei soxTL St 4 tMMHHMMM M + MHH + f FRflNK FEflR BREWING 601 INCORPORATED =Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY flaNERsTheBrdIeyoiIberIc PRINTERSBlank Pair INCORPORATED Box Manufacturers BIN ERSRepHsentatIW t 1 tho Hammond Typewriter for KentuckyI Typewrite xupitllei Ribbons elcforj 1trchlnn B00 SCarr Third sad Green Sts LOUISr1tl1E KYII H H H t I III t t tFINE WINES CHAMPAGNES AK KOLB H 345 West Green StreetLIQUORS CIGARS MM t t t I t II t t t 1 t t + t t + Now 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 fl jF KERSTING JewelerAND Optician1- 8th and Market Sts Phone Main 3864A CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jefferson St Both Telephones 1090 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed JOIN M MULLOY DEALER IN SpicesAnd Pond Lily and Home Baking Powder 213E W IMC ARJCET ST Telephone Main 1189 HEEBMAM BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 11948 234 Sixth Street 158 INDIANAPOLIS AND RETURN 150 Big Four Route Sunday October 11 Special train leaves Seventhstreet Union depot at 8 oclock a in Returning train leaves Indianapolis Union depot at 7 oclock p m Get tickets at city ticket depotS c THE NEW POLICY ISSUED BY The Prudential is paycoutaluing Ages 16 to 66 Amounts 500 to 100000 policyaton request to CLARENCE H ZOOK eelpoolenl Agentr 3334 COURIERJOURNAL BLDG nom PHONES J459L Fall Styles have arrived in Slats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas CAR HAROS CAFEIT- ALIAN III III SPAGHETTI TELEPHONE 761 N E Corner Third and Green Sts SMOKE and ENJOY COONEY KENNEDYS CIGARSThey Are The Best Brands Made 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I I ++ GEHER SON217 Market Street Near Second North Side New Store Just Opposite Old Stand Stoves Q RangesHOU- SE FURNISHING GOODS AND KITCHEN SUPPLIES OUR SPECIALTY Stoves and Ranges made in Louisville I tt tt tt +III t MttMttM t H Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Noti- ceSTREET700 WEST WALNUT TELEPHONE 810 t itt + IIIIIIIII+ + iJAMESSow JERS 159 West Jefferson Street Fish and Oysters BOTH PHONES 2803 MMMMHMMI I + H I I + + t tt tt I U t tENDS SPENCER President and Bzpert Accountant Educates Young People For Business Good Employment and Succesi Jt CALL on WRITE FOR FULl itironuATtoN F Union K U MlBMk MApfBSTREETS LOUISYILIEKY Business CoUege i= E DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KHEN- ANKoollallDouoh6rtu I JLJL4jRs1 II 00 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth HOJlJE TYPiLlQiltHO7 1i 1240 All Calls Promptly Attondfcd to Day or Night Oar riages Furnished for All Occasions D Dougherty Home Telephone 2B15 h iiifii L fllMOOllMOllllffl6llt6OfflAdllllJES10NERS I I ii ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE nonumentsII ArUsUo Work OI 1IoUeltd Workehopi 1I4StIUH Osrrrn rely WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREETI 1IUhI11 wi i- u d r I LARGE CLASS To Bo Initiated by tho Knights of Columbus Noxt Month Louisville Council Knights of Colum bus will initiate a large class on the second Sunday in November This order ol Catholic gentlemen has grown rapidly Louisville has one of the strongest com cils numerically speaking in the country The fact that another class of fifty can didates is to be initiated speaks well for the order when it is considered that only men of high character are admitted to membership The local members of the Knights of Columbus are among the leading business audprofessional men of the city LAST SUMMONS Paul F Semonln Has Passod Into EverlastingLife Paul Francois Semonin the venerable father of County Clerk William J Semontn and one of Louisvilles most respected citizens died at his residence 2420 Cypress street last Sunday Death resulted from paralysis and a complica tlon of other ailments Mr Semonii was born near Paris France seventyfon years ago When five years old he re moved with his family to the United States and settled near New Albany There he grew up and was educated On attaining his majority he removed to Hen derson and engaged in the tobacco bus ness and amassed considerable means At the close of the civil war he built and ran severall steamboats which plied the Mississippi Ohio and Red rivers In 1868 Mr Semoniu removed to Louisville and continued in the wholesale tobacco business until a few years ago He was noted for his generosity and gave liber ally of all he possessed so that he died a poor man His death was not unexpected and when the end came his six children and four grandchildren were at his bedside Mr Semonins children are County Clerk William J Semonin Mrs R E Gilbert Mrs T P Young Misses Minnie Jean and Celeste Seinoniu The funeral took place from the house at 3 oclock Monday afternoon and was very largely attended The family of the deceased have the sym pathy of thousands of friends in their bereavement GATHOF BROS Invito All to Attend Their Fall Opening on Monday Next Gathof Bros dealers in dry goods gentlemens furnishings and shoes at rOO800 West Market street will have their fall opening on Monday They In rite the general public to attend this openingand inspect their stock of new goods The store will be tastefully deco rated and flowers will be spread in pro fusion All callers will be attentively received and souvenirs will be distributed The members of the firm of Gathof 3ros are Martin J S Nicholas Frank- A and George A Gathof This remark ably successful firm was established at 818 West Market street in 1881 At that time Gatbbf Bros had very little capital and carried only a line of gents furnishings However their goods were of the right sort and the Messrs Gathof were energetic and attentive to business In 1885 their business had grown so that it became necessary for them to have more commodious quarters and they removed- to 816 West Market street Here too they prospered and in 1890 they decided- to add a dry goods department to their store Hence it became necessary to again enlarge the establishment and they added the store at 814 West Market street to their former quarters In 1895 the business had so increased that the Gathof Iros were again compelled to look for larger quarters and removed to 800 West Market street In the same year they again enlarged the store by taking in 802 and 804 West Market street This year they have further increased their floor room by taking in 806 West Market street They have also added a shoe department and are now equipped as fully- as any department store They desire to gall attention in a particular manner to ladies suits shirt warsts skirts etc Gathof Bros carry only first class oods in each of their several departments They believe in giving their patrons good goods and their ideas have met with the approval of the public The members of the firm stand high socially as well as commercially From a very humble beginning their business has grown to immense proportions and poW they give employment to fifty clerks Their opening on Monday will attract a throng of visitors to their store but an extra force of clerks will be on hand to see that all callers receive prompt attention They deserve a continuance of the success they have achieved COMMERCIAL CLASS The Rev Father John OConnor pastor of Holy Name church South Louisville has inaugurated a commercial clay in connection with lhis parochial school His is the only one in the city wherein andibookkeeplngthe children committed to his care toiI largeclassl LUCKY MISS DANNAEHAUER Miss Lena Danhaefaauerte the fortunate winner of a handsome photograph disposed of at the picnic given for the benefit I of St Phllp Neris church several months i aKoShe has not called for the picture I The Rev Father Ackerman pastorpf St Philip Neris congregation U anxious for er to receive the article which can be fwd by oalliag at 1JItneileaceo l a IRISH SOCiETYDiRECTORY AQ H DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month TynanViceDoughertyRecording Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank etree- tTreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice President John J Sullivan Recording SecretaryEdward J Kei ranFinancial Secretary John T Kenney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Cavanaugh QuinnRecording Financial Secretary William Burns 807 Twentythird street TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmsPat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month HennessyVice LynchRecording Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnut ReillyTreasurer DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall KinneyPresidentFrank LynchSecretaryJohn TreasurerMike Kenney Financial SecretaryThomas OHern YO M x MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 630 Twentysixth Street MurphyFirstW Born traegerSecond Vice President Hugh Higgins Recording SecretaryGeo F Simonis Corresponding Secretary Frank G AdamsFinancial SecretaryDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia street SteltenpohlMarshalWilliam ShaughnessyInside Outside SentinelPat Connolly RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Mrs Ida Mayfield a well known lady of Jeffersonville who died Tuesday took place from St Au gustines church on Thursday morning Timothy Garrity died at his home 220 Rowan street on Wednesday morn tug The funeral took place from St Patricks church at 9 oclock Friday morning Miss Flora ODanlel a fifteenyearold- girl and a member of a well known family of Port Fulton Ind died Wednesday The funeral took place from St An bony s church Jeffersonville pnThurs day Alfred L Edwards died at the family residence 913 Second street on Tuesday evening The deceased was a well known saddler and was highly respected The funeral took place from St Mary Mag dalens church Thursday morning Andrew Zehnder an old and respected citizen of the county died at his residence- on the Brbwhsbdro road on Monda afternoon The deceased was sixtyfive yearsold The funeral took place from St Josephs church on Thursday morning Charles A Zoeller a popular young man of New Albany died at St Ed wards Hospital on Saturday as a result of blood poisoning which followed an at tack of erysipelas The deceased was twentythree ye rsold and an active member of Unity Council Y M I His funeral took place from Holy Trinity church of which he was a devout com munl ant Mrs Hannah Garvey aged sixtytwo years died at the family residence 228 East Main street Sunday morning The deceased was the wife of Patrick Garvey and was noted for both her charity and Christain life The funeral took place from St Michaels church at 9 oclock Tuesday morning Father Sheridan was the celebrant of the solemn requiem mass- Thomas G Doneka a well known patternmaker aged fortyfour years died at his residence 2028 Preston street last Sunday His funeral took place from St Philip Neris church Tuesday morning Father Ackerman conducting- the solemn last rites of the church He is surviyed by a widow and six children who have the sympathy of the entire community in their bereavement Miss Emma Josephine Clarke aged fifteen years died at the family residence- on the Berry boulevard Jefferson county- on Tuesday evening The deceased was the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs John Clarke and was a girl of great promise Her griefstricken parents have received many expressions of condolence on account of her untimely death The fune ral took place from St Helenas church on the Seventh street road on Friday morning The funeral ef little Miss Sarah Eliza bath Cheek who died Wednesday took place from Holy Cross church Friday morning The child was twelve years old and wee a familiar figure on the local stage where abq frequently gave singing and dancing sfiisclaltlea for worthy pur TSea The Wv Father Cunningham prepared hsr for her first communion during thetMtmrShe received the sscrrammst Jf itU the leaf first corn nariott eieae at floljr Crow chorcb FIVE YEARS Of Married Bliss Celebrated by Mr and Mrs Fred Hang Jr Mr and Mrs Fred Harig Jr cele brated the fifth anniversary of their mar riage last Sunday Mrs Harig is choir director and organist at St Mary Magda lens church and on Sunday morning the Rev Father William Gausepoh spoke feelingly of the marriage anniver sary and asked the prayers of the congre ChrisItlanOn Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs Harig held a reception at their beautiful home on Second street and received the hearty congratulations of many friends ROSARY SUNDAY Colobrated With Duo Solemnity at St Louis Ber trands Churoh The Rosary Sunday celebration at St Louis Bertrands church was well at tended both at the late mass at 1030 oclock and in the afternoon Solemn high mass was celebrated by the Very Rev Father Fowler O P assisted by the Rev Fathers Heagan and McFeeley and the sermon wag preached by the Rev E A Martin O P The reverend speaker dwelt at length on the devotion of the rosary and the many favors that have been granted through its recital Long before the hour for vespers in the afternoon the church one of the Urges in Louisville was filled to overflowing People from all parts of the city were present and hundreds were unable to gain entrance After solemn vespers had been sung ICO children attired in white took part in the rosary procession The fifteen beautiful banners were carried by altar boys who walked between the vari ous groups of little girls The spectacle was beautiful and edifying After the recitation of the rosary the Rev M L Heagan O P preached the rosary sere mon explaining the mysteries the sim plicity and beauty of the prayers and the love Catholics should have for the Blessed Virgin The ceremonies closed with the benediction of the most blessed sacra ment From dawn till dark Sunday evening the faithful who had received the sacraments of penance and holy com munion thronged the vicinity of the ros ary altar for the purpose of gaining the Toties Quotles indulgence FINE DIAMOND STUD Presented to Joins J Flynn by Lotilavllle Nashville Employes John J Flynn who during the past three years has been foreman of the Louisville Nashville round house at Tenth and Kentucky streets severed his connection with the Louisville Nash ville Railroad Company yesterday even ing to assume the more responsible post tion of master mechanic of the Louisville Atlantic railroad with headquarters at Richmond Ky While his friends are proud of his promotion they regret his leaving Louisville John Flynn was born and raised in this city educated in Louisville schools learned his trade in the Louisville Nashville shops and worked here as a mechanic and foreman He has done all things well His motto has over been Duty first and pleasure afterward At that he has always found time to engage in IrishAmerican affairs and was the last President of the IrishAmerican Society of this city Mr Flynn began his career with the Louisville Nashville railroad as a machinist apprentice on December 1 1878 so that he has served that road in all twentyfive years less one month and a fraction His ability has been recog nized by his superiors and his subordi nates have found him a kind and con siderate foreman When he was leaving the round house yesterday evening his men surprised him by gathering around him and presenting him with a handsome diamond stud With difficulty he found words to thank the donors He carries with him the good wishes of friends both from the Louisville Nashville shops and from all parts of the city FATHER STROEBELES VISIT The Rev Father Albert Stroebele formerly pastor of St Augustines church In this city but who has been engaged in Missionary work among the islands of the Carribbean sea paid a flying visit to Louisville on Tuesday and was warmly welcomed by many of his old friends He spent part of the day at the residence ol L Harting 1509 West Madison street where many of his former parishioners called on him Father Stroebele left here Wednesday night for Mobile where he will purchase building material for his intended mission house In Old Providence Island From Mobile Father Stroebele will go to Cincinnati where he expects- to lecture and make collections for his missions RESULTED FATALLY Henry Cooper thirtyone years old lied at the University Hospital at 8 oclock Wednesday as the result of injuries received while working for the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company at South Louisville three weeks ago Mr Cooper was engaged in erecting the new shops for the railroad company when a heavy derrick fell crushing his spine He lingered in agony until death came to his relief The deceased was a moat estimable young man and was very popular among hut associates The re mains were taken to the residence of his fathers John Cooper at 1615 West Main street and on Friday were removed to aylorsville where they wereiaterred in the Catholic cemetery The deceased w8 a brother of Mrs gd Store of St Ta ktraMt ritual rc r nmmmmnmmnmnmmmnmmn =rmmmmmmmnmrnnnmmmmn F Tony the Convict GIVEN nv Tina I CENTRAL COMMITTEE C K of A At St Marys Hall 614 Eighth Street Monday Evening October 12 Doors Open at 7 Oclock Performance at 8 BEN SPEAKER GenII Manager TICKETS 25 CENTS EilWWllWWll1lllilliUlWlUllW1J1lWWillWllUllWlWllWWWU1llllW1 sI WATHENS i Ice Cream and Sherbets HAVE THREE STRONG POINTS v 1 gC X PURITYQUALITYPRICEiiX 1 629 EIGHTH ETii et + + + ios + sa= fttff tON COALI sugJtestthathouse Our Coal is clean burns free from clinkers and hold fire over night- Pittsburgh 4th Pool Lump125 Bushels 325 Pittsburgh 4th Pool Lump 100 Bushels 1300 PACIFIC COAL CO Phones 1821 2686 CHAS L CRUSH Mgr 452 W Jefferson St S 1 TUB Ghas fl Rogers BOOK GO recently incorporated and added new capital to g business are now prepared to furnish all kinds of w IIBOOKS Y MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES i- Sj OF EVERY DESCRIPTION + PICTURE FRAMING A SPECIALTY S + FINE PORTRAITS OF POPE LEO XIII g 434 VST Jttenoxji Street +j ooeepnqcnvr a ls rys l ear iPenmalllfhip ShorTlan il an u euriifnysTeleyrafend Fort- aThjue f M C putstSeven 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 the South Visitors always welcome School open all year Students can enter at any time E J WRIGHT President p SS x SK Sxsxm5xS v v- S Ii S Kentucky Stove and Tinware Co I Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 1 Stoves Ranges Mantels Stove I Fittings TinwareGraniteWar I MOTTS FURNACES AND KETTLES It FRANK McDONOQH Manager 705 W Main Street 8 Sx xS S SxSxS xS 3 DRINK=Hofbrau Pilsen r Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BREVVING COMPANYINOORPORATED TELEPHONE 4 2LOUI VILLE KY Cumb Phone lain 1913 Home Phone 1913 +TIiE4 GEORGE WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANYS- CF r r nRATED Draught andBottled BeersSold at All All Leading Bars and Cafes RENOWNED FOR PURITY STRENGTH AND EXCELLENT FLAVOR GRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky C Q ROE CLEM W HUGQINS ROE FfUGGINS ATTORNEYtSATLAW STREETHomeI f it c u o- a n