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PI J I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN VOLUME XINO 16 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 17 1903 PRICE FIVE CENTS ST LOUIS MOURNS The Death of Her Vcncrabl- iPrelate Archbishop John J Kain Sought to Retrain His railing Health When It Was Too Late Story of Friendly Rivalry at College Between Kain and Keane STALWART AND STERLING PRELATE After months of patient suffering the Most Rev John Joseph Kain Archbishop of St Louis died at the St Agnes Sanitarium Baltimore on Tuesday night Archbishop Kain died actually as the re suit of hard work The end came quietly and peacefully so that the priests and attending physicians who were at his bedside hardly knew when the end came Several relatives including a sister known in the religious world as Siste- Mary Joseph a Sister of Charity were at his bedside when he died The venerable prelate had been in the sanitarium a Baltimore since May 12 last whither he went with the hope that a brief rest would restore his undermined health He was one of the most widely known and popular prelates in the United States John Joseph Kain was born in Martin- burg Berkeley county W Va on May 31 1841 His parents were devout Catho lies Owing to the example of his pa rents and his early training he announced his inteition at an early age of studyin- for the priesthood Ills parents gave him every possible encouragement and ad vantage He received hw preparator- education at St Charles Seminary E1H cott Md from which be graduated in- Marys1862 Thereupon he entered St SemInary Baltimore and pursued hi studies in theology and was ordained priest by the late Archbishop Martin t John Spalding on July 2 1866 His early work as a priest was in the territory along the Potomac river On May 23 1875 he was consecrated Bishop of Wheeling over which dioces- he ruled wisely1 and well until Junei 15 1893 when he was created titular Archbishop of Oxyryncbia and coadjutor with the right of succession to Arch bishop Kenrick of St Louis On the death of Archbishop Kenrick May 21 1895 Archbishop Kain succeeded him Archbishop Kain was always a har worker Of course he found plenty t do in the archdiocese of St Louis H appeared to be indefatigable but the strain soon told on him With a Catholic population of 220000 437 priests an 252 churches more than 400 students for the priesthood to say nothing of college- and academies the Archbishop of St Louis found his hands full but he never complained never asked any one to do anything that he could do himself About a year ago the strain told on him Heart disease developed and he was compelled to ask for a coadjutor who appeared iin the person of the Right Rev John J Glennon Bishop of Kansas City who iis National Chaplain of the Ancient Order of Hibernians With the help of Bishop Glennon Archbishop Kain managed to rest a little but his strength was gone When too late he went away to rest and recuperate For a while he appeared to rally somewhat but recently he sank steadily and his physicians held out no hope Ills cousins the Right Rev Mon signor Joseph Murray aud the Rev Jeremiah Murray both of Cincinnati wentL to visit him about a week ago and re maimed with him to the end Archbishop Kain of St Louis and Archbishop Keaue of Dubuque were classmates at college and the friendship there was strengthened in the priesthood and grew even stronger when they be came Bishops and Archbishops A Baltimore writer in speaking of these two dis tinguished prelates writes The story of Archbishop Kains relations with Archbishop Keane of Du buque who is a Marylander has long been told in Catholic circles The two prelates as lads entered St Charles College together to prepare for the priest hood From the beginning the pro fessors as well as the students found1 difficulty in distinguishing the names o the two boys Both were John Joseph and they had no physical peculiarities which might suggest a distinguisbin- nickname both being well grown and handsome When a professor wanted either to recite he would hare to point to the particular youth he meant or spell out Keane or Kain The students improved on this after a while by giving to Keane the title off My Maryland and calling Kain Old Vlrginny At the end of the first quarter however the difficulty was over come in a most satisfactory way According to custom the President of the college read In public the quarterly t reports showing the standing of each P boy in each study When the fourth clase was reached the President an nounced that in Latin J J Keane wa first and J J Kaia second It was the samein Greek In English literature and in all other studies More than half a dozen times did the President read outa Keane first Kale second and befog ire WM through tfar whUper accomi 1- 1n rs panted by laughter began to go around the hall Jeane first Kain second That settled it When the boys filed out on the campus My Maryland was buried forever and Keane First rose wasetransformed into Kain Second The names adhered to the boys throughout their college career and their records entirely justified them After they became priests however the position was reversed for Kain pre ceded Keane both as Bishop and Arch bishop The remains of the dead prelate were taken to St Louis for burial and will repose in state in the Cathedral until Wednesday when the funeral ceremonies will be held Cardinal Gibbons will eel ebrate the solemn mass of requiem and Archbishop John J Keane of Dubuque will preach the sermon Twelve priests of the archdiocese of St Louis accompa vied the remains from Baltimore POPE APPROVES Catholic University and Asks Annual Collections For ItII I His Holiness Pope Pius X has issuedII a brief commending the Catholic UniIIc versity at Washington and approving the plan to take up a collection annually therUnited States for the next ten years for its benefit The brief was given to Ills hetleft Rome It reads liThe condition of the university at Washington has enlisted our deepest sympathy and concern inasmuch as the report recently submitted by your End notsaltogether so encouraging as we could wish It is meet that we should follow the example of our predecessor in the furtherance of noble projects more momentgand hold out the promise of large advantage In this spirit we are pleased to Iny crease in the exercise of the apostolic office the interest which we have ever cherished toward this distinguished weslearn with genuine satisfaction that the bishops charged with the approval of aUI others interested in its welfare that a collection be taken up in all the churches throughout the United States annually for ten years on the first Sunday of Ad Sundayetbereafterrwith a view of enhancing the dignity and enlarging the influence of this noble seat of learning It is there fore our earnest wish and prayer that all the bishops of the country as well as the faithful who have at heart the progress of learning and religion should labor unid pleasedo byeHis grace we lovingly impart to you and the faithful committed to your care the Romedat St Peters on the Oth day of Septem pontificatesPius X SPRAINED ANKLE Sustained By Capt Jacobs InI Saving Others From Injury Capt James Jacobs of the police department is walking on crutches as the result of an act of heorism Capt Jacobs is in charge in charge of the Sixth police district which covers a very large terri tory On Thursday afternoon of last week Capt Jacobs was driving in Third street when his horse took fright at a burning asphalt tank The frenzied animal started to run at a rapid gait and narrowly escaped colliding with judge Barrs carriage which was being driven in the opposite direction In order to save Judge Barra vehicle and the In mates Capt Jacobs jerked his horse aside so violently that he was thrown out of his buggy sustaining a severely sprained ankleCapt Jacobs is one of the most efficient and unostentatious officers on the police force and has arisen to the rank he now occupies through sheer force of merit His many friends while regretting his injury hope to see him about soon with out the aid of crutches r FROM TilE POPE offLouisvilles gifted poets has hone ored by his Holiness Pope Pius X Re poemgFather sent her a photograph of himself andther relatives to the third degree Miss Don Leavy is justly proud of the honor thus conveyed Until a few years ago this gifted lady lived in Richmond Va but since comma to Louisville she has made many friends LECTURE FOR MACKIN Mackin Council Young Mens Insti tute held a well attended meeting Tuesday night Several matters of importance to members of the council only were dis cussed Alderman James J Fitzgerald- s will deliver a lecture to the members of Mackin on Tuesday evening October 27 The subject of his lecture Jinot been annpupced but all who have beard Mr Fitzgerald are sure that tic will speak one attn appropriate topic soil ie an lateral ing way o EXCELLENT Is the Work That Is Being Done by the Central Committee Members of Catholic Knights of America VhoAre- Earnest Pleasing Performance of a Mel odrama Swells the Funds ALL CHARACTERS WERE WELL TAKER The Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America held a spirited meet ing on Friday night of last week Presi dent Michael Reichert occupied the chair and roll call showed fourteen branches represented A resolution to reduce the salary of the Recording Secretary was defeated without debate which was ac cepted as a good tribute to Secretary Martin Messrs McGinn and Reichert made the report for the Entertainment Committee which was greeted withap plauseIn connection Newton G Rogers made a number of happy suggestions urging members to show the faith that was in them thereby demonstrating the fact that the Central Committee was a live body and would hold the confidence of all the branches He said the mem bers of the Central Committee should give as much of their time as possible to this great order W C Smith promised that at some future date he would tell of the early his tory of the order He also complimented the new methods of the present adminis tration but expressed his displeasure over the fact that there remains in the hands of the supreme officers 130000 This Mr Smith said should be invested for the benefit of the sinking fund as required by law He submitted resolutions calling upon the Supreme Secretary to publish monthly the number of lapses withdrawals and deaths together with the initiations that the order in general may know at alt times the exact standing and progress of the Catholic Knights of America The speaker 1Iam un alterably opposed to the introduction of secret society methods into the Catholic Knights of America Patrick Holley and Newton G Rogers both spoke against the resolutions These two gentlemen said they appreciated the character and worth of the supreme offi cers who were faithful servants and were obeying the laws and mandates of the Supreme Council Thomas Feeley advocated the adoption of the resolutions and Jonathan Thick stun of Jeffersonville said he thought the journal published by the order should give the information Mr Smith desired He said it would be a benefit to the order The resolutions were put upon their passage and adopted Before adjourning the State and city officials made a pleasing report of there recent visit to Branch 262 located in St Peters parish At the next meeting of the Central Committee a resolution will be introduced providing that all matters for debate or grievances against the order or any member thereof shall be presented to tho Secretary of the Central Committee s that it may be read and understood by the members who may wish to discuss iit at the following meeting If this resolu tion is adopted all grievances will have to lay over at least one meeting Many of the members are in favor of the resolu tionSt Marys Hall was crowded Monday night with members of the Catholic Knights of America their families and friends who assembled to witness th dramatic entertainment given under the auspices of the Central Committee Be fore the drama was presented the Very Rev Father Bernard Westerman delivered a brief address on Catholic Knighthood which was well received A company of well known amateurs under the management of Ben Speaker produced Tony the Convict a melo drama in five acts Mr Speaker essaye the title role and won the plaudits of the audience all through the five acts Syl vester Grove the local baritone as a tramp showed that he can act as well as sing John V McDermott playedwell the part of James Barclay the hard hearted and vindictive villain Thomas D Clines another well known amateur had a part admirably suited him in Philip Warburton the social leader Michael Reichert was perfectly at home in the part of a Judge of the Supreme Court F Huelsman as the prison warden Peter Schreck as a negro footman Miss Lena Schickl as the re CrugerMrsMiss Josephine Robert as Miss Sedley and Miss Rosa Stoebr as Sallyall took their allotted parts admirably The per formance as a whole was entirely credit ableBetween the acts Miss Ada Cunning ham and the Aeolian Quartet composed of Messrs A Tachan Clem Booker John Gleiiner and Sam Merrifield entertained with specialties Sylvester Rapier of New Haven State Treasurer of the Catholic Knights of America whawitnaesad floe petfonnaao I- iI n l h complimented each performer at the close of the entertainment Quite a nice sum was realized as a result of the entertain ment t HOLLANDIRLEY Pretty Wedding Ceremony at the Sacred Hoart Churqh ijfT i John P Holland anMiss ATma Kirley were united n matrimony at the Church of the Sacred Hart at 030 oclock Wednesday morning JThe ceremony was performed by the Rev father Patrick Walsh assisted by The Rev Father Charles P Raffo NujAial mass followed the marriage ceremony The church was handsomely decorated in honor of the bridal couple and although the hour set for the marriage was nusually early the edifice was filled witltjthe friends of the bride and groom Miss Mattingly pre sided at the organ and directed an unus ually elaborate musical programme Several appropriate selections were played on the violin py Charles Letzler The main altar was bankedwith palms and ferns and resplendent with myriad lights The bride worolan exquisite wed ding costume of white ablian cloth The ushers were Messrs Robert L Higgins James Fahey Edward J Corcoran and Dr Frank B Norton immediately after the ceremonies at the church the bridal party were given a breakfast at the residence of the brides parents 1C25 West Chestnut street Later the happy couple left for Chicago and other points in the North and expect toJe gone ten days The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Patrick Kirley and is one of a number of beautiful and accomplished sisters Mr Holland is the bookkeeper for John White Co and is regarded on Main street as an energetic and rising young business man He i the son of Mrs Mary Holland of Twentieth and Walnut streets Few if any couples have started on the sea of matrimony with more sin cere friends than John F Holland and his pretty wife 1 FATHER CASEYI i Of St Louis Visits Louisville With Sanitary Com mission Eighteen members of the St Louis Sanitary Commission visited Louisville last Monday and were presented tothe Hon Paul C Barth the acting Mayor and other city officials The St Louis party is malting a tour of Louisville Washington New York Minneapolis and Montreal for the purpose of inspect ing garbage incinerators and reduction plants In the party were Messrs Hiram Phillips Joseph P Whyte F W Val liant J W McCarthy Robert Aull H L Weeke John B Williams Isaac Con ran Jul G Teschemacher Dr John H Simons Jerry Sheehan Ben C Adkins John J Manton P J Clifford Arthur Donnelly Waltar Edwards Andrew Gaz zolo and the Rev Father Edward A CaseyFather Casey who Is member of the party is pastor of what is known as the Worlds Fair parish in St Louis He is a magnificent specimen of manhood over six feet tall and built in proportion He is bright and cheery in manner and is recognized as one of the most popular priests in St Louis During his brief stay in Louisville Father Casey was enter tained by the Rev Fathers York and partyovilla MANY APPLICANTS Are Desirous of Becoming Membors of the Ladles Auxiliary AncienteOrder of Hibernians will hold its next meeting at Hibernian Hall on Wednesday October 21 when a rousing attend ance is expected The success of the Robert Emmet centenary celebration gave the ladies who were already mem bers of the auxiliary renewed courage while it attracted the attention of Irish American ladies who were not members todsecure new been seeking to join the auxiliary One energetic young lady stated dur ing the early part of this week that she hId secured the names of thirty ladies who wished to join and expressed the belief that she would have at least thirty more applications before next Wednesday workingtohard to secure new nil signs fail at least 100 applications fehould be presented at the coming meet Jng Miss Mary Cavanaugh President- of the Ladies Auxiliary promises an enjoyable evening to all who attend ORDAINED AT NASHVILLE Joseph Kasper of Madison Ind Supreme Second Vice President of the Young Mens Institute was in this city Monday en route home from Nashville where be went to witness the ordination of his son Father Kasper The ordina tion took place Sunday the Right Rev Bishop Byrne officiating Father Kasper passed through this city on Tuesday en route to Madison where he celebrated his first maw on Thursday The young priest will return toNashville to begin ble Jabotsu o rl- r 0 GET TOGETHER r A Reverend Editors Able Plea For Organized Unity Story of Erins Sorrow Is the Story of Warring Factions iU aS United Ireland WlHMcan Noth ingLess Than Ireland Free THE GOSPEL OF IRISH LEADERS A week ago the Kentucky Irish Ameri can in an editorial pleaded for unity among the people of the Irish race White that editorial was being written in Louisville it seems that a similar idea was conceived by the Rev Father Cronin of the Catholic Union and Times of Buffalo for in the issue of his paper of date October 8 he has much to say in favor of unity and moreover says it well The words of this reverend and patriotic editor should be heeded by every person of Irish blood who has the good of Ireland at heart Ills editorial in full is as follows The one great need of Irelands chil dren today at home and beyond the seas is organized unity It is because of this lack of unity that the pages of Irelands story present so many chapters of sore rowful recital Were it not for the enmity of rival chiefs and factions neither Dane nor Norman could ever have found lodg ment in Erin and whatever of fragment ary rights she has succeeded in gaining from her merciless foe has simply been wrung from her because of her fear of Irelands united strength This was notably the case in the days of the volun teers when Grattans thundering eloquence backed by the guns of this armed host won for treland a Parliament of her own that soon made that long desolate land a very garden of the Hesperides It was moreover the united Ireland which the great OConnell held in the hollow of his hand that compelled Eng lands unwilling King to sign the Catholic emancipation act granting the free prac lice of their religion to all Catholics in Ireland and the British Isles It was the fear of Fenian Ireland that according to Gladstones testimony disestablished the robbery of the Anglican church in Catho lie Ireland And it was because Parnell had a solid country behind him that he was enabled to checkmate Liberal and Tory alternately in the interests of Ire land and hurl the mighty from their seats if they refused to comply with his de mands Indeed it is our firm belief that if the Irish people had but remained un flinchingly united and sullenly Intent upon getting their ownand all their ownagain the country would have lon since been free But whats the use in grieving over the past The unhappy past is buried in its grave of regrets The only good it can serve now is to teach a lesson that all friends of the brave old land should learn with profit That lesson primarily em phasizes the necessity of unity and tolera tion among Irishmen who love their poor motherland and would gladly suffer for her weal Why should criminations and recriminations continue There is plenty of work for all to do along their chosen paths Let personal bickerings and jeal ousies therefore cease for as there are various departments in a great army each pursuing a given purpose but all united in a definite object of destroying the enemy so too there is room for all shades of political belief among the sons of Ireland and their several organizations to labor each along its own lines but all conspiring to the common purpose the destruction of English misrule in Ireland The present wretched condition of British power has been exposed to the world Her army during the Boer war was the laughing stock of the nations Her navy Lord Beresford declared here- In Buffalo not so long ago consisted largely of a lot of rotten hulks Most of her nominal colonies like Canada are only awaiting an opportunity to unfurl the flag of complete independence while her present government is on the verge of collapse because of the cross purposes of her statesmen Here is a new and better opportunity than Parnell ever possessed and we be lieve that John Redmond and the Irish leaders who have wrung from the British Government so astonishing a measure as the land bill will keep on hammering away holding the balance of power be tween Liberal and Tory until at last the Irish nation shall enjoy plenary selfgov ernmentBut carry this programme to successful issue the Irish people both at home and abroad should come together stay together and work together to the end Such was the national gospel preached by Wolfe Tone Daniel OCon nell Thomas Dayis and other illurtrious Irish leaders UNION EUCHRE At a meeting of the representatives of various branches of the Catholic KnightsI and Ladies of America held Wednesday night arrangements were perfected for giving a union euchre at Phoenix Hill Park on the night of Monday Novem bet 9 Thomas jCewaa St pridded at u I the meeting It was decided to give 100 prizes on this occasion The members figure on 400 euchre decks and accom modations for seating 1600 people The funds raised from the euchre will be used to defray the expenses of entertaining the delegates to the national convention of the Catholic Knignts and Ladies which will meet in Louisville next year Mem bers of the order in Jeffersonville and New Albany are uniting with those of Louisville to make this euchre a social as well as financial success 7 ETERNAL REST t y Has Come to Patrick Lucoy One of Natures Noblemen Patrick J Lucey died at his home 1112 Zane street on Tuesday morning Although he had been ill a long time and his death was not unexpected the sad intelligence came as a shock to his many friends He had suffered from asthma for many months and was aware for a long time that his ailment would prove fatal At the same time he bore his sufferings with Christian equanimity and went to meet his God as the church teaches us all to go fully prepared Mr Lucey was born in Macroom County Cork Ireland sixtythree years ago He came to America fortytwo years ago and lived in Pennsylvania two years Then he came to Louisville where he married thirtysix years ago lIe has lived here ever since thirtythree years of the time in the house where he died He leaves a widow and four children They are William Luccy who is mar tied Misses Maggie and Katie Lucey and Dan Lucey Mr Lucey was a coal dealer and for many years carried on a successful business in the contracting line Pat Lucey was one of those honest modest charitable faithful and God fearing Irishmen whose type are fast dying out and more is the pity He was a loving husband an affectionate father a kind neighbor and a good citizen His hand was ever extended in charity From the time the conference of St Vincent de Paul was established in St Louis Bertrands parish Mr Lucey was one of its most faithful members He was also one of the first members of the Holy Name Society Few men stood higher in the respect of the people of St Louis Bertrands parish than Mr Lucey His funeral took place from St Louis Bertrands church on Thursday morning His wife amTchlldreh are consoled by the knowledge that the husband and father died as he lived a just ma- nINTERESTING TALKS Made by President Tynan and Newton G Rogers Tues day Night Division 1 Ancient Order of Hiber nians held a very interesting meeting on Tynangwas his return from New York and was warmly welcomed Toni Keenan Jr acted Secretary instead of Mark Ryan who was unavoidably absent Edward OConnor and Dr Charles McIntyre were elected to membership and the applies tion of Toney Norton was received President Tynan made an interesting talk on bis visit to New York telling of the beauty and granduer of the Catholic churches in the big metropolis and of the great educational work that was being carried on there by parochial schools and Catholic colleges and academies Were it not for these Catholic schools thou sands of New York children would remain uneducated as the public school1 system is entirely inadequate to the de mand President Tynans address was well received Newton G Rogers told an interesting story of his trip to the Ghetto in New York and promised that at the next meet fhe would deliver an address on France and the religious associations The Literary Committee was instructed to arrange au entertainment for the near future RECOVERY DOUBTFUL Mrs Catherine Goodwin one of th oldest and most highly respected ladies in the city is serionsly ill at her home 614 Thirteenth street She is d from a complication of heart trouble an asthma Mrs Goodwin is seventy years old and spent the greater part of her life in this city She is the widow of Neil Goodwin who was well and favorably known in this city many years ago Mrs Goodwin is the mother of three children John Goodwin and Misses Ma and Susie Goodwin John Goodwin is well known Hneotype machinist and during the past two years has been in the employ of a Pittsburg newspaper H arrived here last week and will remain at his mothers bedside until she recovers which is hoped for or until death comes to her relief PAT WHITE OUT The many friends of Patrick White the private policeman at the Buckingha- Theater will be glad to know that be has fully recovered from the injuries received several weeks ago While in the per formance of his duties he was set upon b thugs and beaten with brass knucks For a while his condition was considered serious Thanks to his vigorous consti tution he recovered and is now able t resume Ida duties n o CELEBRATION Of the Fiftieth Anniversary of St Martins CornerStone Blessing Three Thousand Will March in Procession on This Occasion Solemn high Mass Will Bo Cel ebrated Earlier in the Day BRIEF HISTORY OF CHURCH The priests and people of St Martins church Shelby and Gray streets are preparing to celebrate the fiftieth anni versary of the blessing of the corner stone of St Martins church Although the cornerstone was actually blessed on October 12 1853 the celebration will be held on Sunday October 25 The gen erous and pious people of St Martins congregation do well anything they un dertake so that it is a foregone conclusion that the celebration a week from tomorrow will be quite an event in local Catholic church history The ceremonies will begin with a solemn high mass at 10 oclock An elaborate musical programme has been arranged by Porf Bernard Deuliuger the organist and choir director An appropriate sermon will be preached by an orator yet to be selected In the after noon at 1 oclock there will be a magnifi cent street parade in which the men ot the congregation will take part The route of the parade has not been defi nitely fixed but the procession will y doubtless pass several churches in the East End including St Bonifaces St Johns and St Vincent de Pauls Thos Gensle of the firm of Gensle Bros has been chosen grand marshal His aides will be Henry Jansen George Springman John Heindfrk and Joseph Kirchdorfer The marshals will be Mace Goss Joseph Hodes and Frank Gensle A military band will head the procession followed by a mounted brigade of fortyfive men representing different societies The or ganizations which will take part in the parade are the Roman Knights of St John including all the local divisions and the divisions from New Albany and Jeffersonville Charles the Great Benevolent Society made up of German Catho tics from all parts of the city Branch 0 Catholic Knights of America and memo bers of other local branches St Martins Brotherhood St Josephs Young Mens Society St Aloysius Boys Sodality St Josephs Casino and the Mens Society of St Martins congregation It is est mated that not less than 3000 men will take part St Martins was the sixth Catholic church erected in Louisville The older churches are the Cathedral St Boni faces Our Ladys Immaculate Concep tion and St Patricks In the early 50s a mighty tide of immigration was sweep Ing this way Years before many devout German immigrants settled here and the favorable reports they sent home of the fertile valley of the Ohio the demand for labor and excellent wages induced many others to come from the Fatherland to Louisville Many of these soon pur chased land and erected little homes in the East End the majority of them either on tlte outskirts of the city or else altogether outside the city lemits St Boniface church had grown too small to accommodate the great throng of worshipers At that time the Right Rev Martin John Spalding was Bishop of Louisville He saw the necessity for a new church amidst that large andgrow ing settlement Bishop Spalding pur chased the plot of ground on which St Martins church now stands and assigned Father Leander of holy memory to the task of erecting the new church Father Leander worked faithfully and well and on October 12 1853 the cornerstone was blessed The work of construction went on so rapidly that the new church fole lowing year Within a few years it was necessary to enlarge the church to the Ayearagodeighteen feet to its length It is unneces sary at this time to give a more detailed description of this beautiful church edi fice Suffice it to say that the congrega ti largestInlargestryCathollcpnrishain the parochial schools that it has ablerand wise priests to look after the welfare MonsignoreFrancis Zabler and the Rev Fathers Thome Berresheim and Assent SYMPHONY CONCERT The Mozart Symphony Orchestra will give its first grand concert at Phoenix 11111 Park on the evening of Monday Kollrosmwill direct the orchestra The principal t soloists will be Mrs Mamie Becker soprano and Prof E Eichorn cornetist ayhigh opening chorus will be the Gambrinua March dedicated to the Gambrinus Society words by prank A AfterooftheI- n c 1 r J t L R NTUOKY IRISH AMERiCA1 T r KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGM II- ITRADES Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americana IKENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc entered at the Louisville Postofllco as Sccond Class Matter AddiMiallComwanlcatlonitotlie KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Orecn Sired ugh COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 17 1903 DEMOCRATIC TICKET StateGovernor J C W BECKHAM Lieutenant Governor W P THORNE Auditor S W HAGER Treasurer H M BOSWORTH Attorney General- N B HAY- SSecretary of State H V MCHESNEY Superintendent of Public Instruction- J H FUQUA SR Commissioner ol 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 Chancer Branch Division No11 SHACKELFORD MILLER Judge of Jefferson Circuit Court Chancery Division No2 SAMUEL B KIRBY Judge of Common Pleas Division No11 EMMET FIELD CommorJudgePleas 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- JOSEPHM HUFFAKER State Senator Thirty seventh District LABAN PHELPS For the Legislature Fortyfourth District HERMAN De NEWCOMB FortyflfthDlstrlct 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 trict A B HACKEL Park Commissioners wz BISCOE 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 J OHEARN J GEORGEMILLER DR J W FOWLER CHARLES F TAYLOR JOSEPH NEVIN CouncilmenFirst A J BIZOT JOHN BARON Second Ward DB B BUCKLE ANTON SCHWIETERS Third Ward TJ YEAGER AJ DOMECK Fourth Ward TN SHEPARD HENRY SEILER Fifth Ward M B SEVILLE SAM A LEDERMAN I 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 COHN 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 Fortyfifth District PHIL B THOMPSON Forty sixth District U CHARLES A LANG Fortyseventh District BEN STEHLIN JR Fortyeighth District CHAPMAN YOUNG Fortyninth District DR JW GALVIN Fiftieth District DRR E GALVIN Fiftyfirst District JOSEPH B ATKINSON 0- u J MAKE YOUR CHOICE In less than one mouth the citizens of Kentucky will go forth to the ballotbox to elect State officers members of the Legislature Circuit Judges and here in Louisvill Aldermen Councilmen and Schoc Trusteea It behooves every man who has the good of the city and State at heart to weigh in the balance the claims made by the nomi nees of the respective parties Remember that we are living in ia republic where every mans vote iis as good an anothers Your vote counts one just the same as the millionaire who may be your neigh borno more no less On the one hand we have the Democratic nominees headed by Gov Beck ham On the other hand we have the Republican nominees header by Col Belknap Gov Beckhan has been in the gubernatorial chair four years Col Belknap is at unknown political quanity The very keystone to Democracy is the greatest good to the greatest number How can that be best attained By allowing the people to govern themselves by having ta government of the people for the people and by the peoplea gov ernment only with the consent of the governed On the other hand what do we find the Republican party stands for Centralization of power government by injunction the fostering of trusts taxa tion for the poor for the benefit of the wouldbe aristocracy The people have tried both parties in city and State government What was the result After four years of Republican rule the State was in a bad way Republican office holders and officeseekes found that government of the people for the benefit of a few was a good thing for the officeholders Nay when defeated they even took to assassi nation to hold on to the graft What benefit did Louisville gain by having a republican Board of Aldermen and Councilmen Only thisit caused one candidate for the Mayoralty to misuse the funds of a national bank He undertook to bribe enough Councilmen and Aldermen to elect him Do you remember McKnight and the Big Seven McKnight is now serving a term in United States prison for his misdeeds and the Big Seven why there are none so low as to do them honor The Republican party then as now was the party of religious proscription If you have a con science and want to be a Repub lican you must turn your conscience over to the Republican boss other wise the party will not be responsi ble for what happens to it Look what was done to the Hon Augus tus E Willson the ablest leader the Republicans ever had in this district He kept his conscience in his own possession dared to lift his voice against midnight assassins and lo the Republican machine collided with him and before he was heard from again he had landed in Canada the guest of Judge Har lan of the United States Supreme Court Why there were not enough of his political remains found in Kentucky to grace a burial in Salt river Even now his friends are going around with a little benzine on a rag trying to scrape up the grease spots His conscience did it Religious proscription has never had any home in the Democratic party It is true there are men who ally themselves with that party who are intolerant but they are few and have never beeu leaders Size up the oomineeaof J 1 n ry the Republican party and of the Democratic party Make your own choice after a fair investigation of the men on the respective tickets If you favor government by in junction centralization of powe and religious proscription you will choose the Republican nominees If you favor government with the consent of the governed and relig ious liberty you will choose the I Democratic nominees WORTH TRYING FOR The members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians across the river in Jeffersonville have shows that they are more enterprising than their brethren on this side of the Ohio No one doubts the patriotism of the local Hibernians but it does seem a little strange that the Hibernians of Jefferson ville have taken steps toward hav ing Irish history taught in the parochial schools while if the mat ter has been considered in Louis ville the consideration has beet carried on in the deaf and duml languageWhy not Irish history be taught in our parochial schools The Germans have German taugh in their parochial schools Their reading writing arithmetic etc are all taught from German tex books English is only taught ass side line Very few German reader used as text books there are whicl do not smack largely of German history Now if the Germans cat have the German language taught surely we ought to be able to have Irish history taught Some people say Oh this is America Why do we want out children to learn about Ireland This is America but we must re member that Irish men and women have ever been identified with the history of America In studying the history of Ireland we study the lives of the progenitors of those who had a large part in making this the greatest republic on earth We can trace Irish history back as the oldest nation in Europe and draw lessons in patriotism moral ity and faith from a fountain many centuries older than America A concerted move on this question might bring about favorable results COCKRANS SPLENDID GIFT The Hon Bourke Cockran sent a check for 50000 to Horace Plunkett President of the Board of Agriculture of Ireland requesting that he expend it for the benefit of the people of the County Sligo Mr Qockrans native county Mr Plunkett has decided to use the money in establishing a sawmill in Sligo This will give work to many hands and is a gift worth having Our ScotchAmerican friend Andrew Carnegie might improve his method of giving away his millions by starting sawmills and manufactories instead of es tablishing libraries Let us hope that several other Irish Americans of wealth will follow the example of Mr Cockran A few donations like his will do more to retard emi gration than ten thousand sermons and editorials LADIES AID EUCHRE What promises to be one of the seasons most enjoyable euchre parties will be given under the amspices of the Ladles Aid Society of Portland at Schaefers call on Twentyseventh street next Wednesday afternoon andevening There will be many handsome prizes and a cordial reception for all who attend This rganization includes nearly all of the popular maids and matrons of Portland and as the euchre is given to raise funds for worthy purposes it is hoped they will entertain a large gathering and receive ubstantial encouragement Y M I AT CYNTHIANA A new council of the Young Mens nstitute will be instituted at Cynthiana on Sunday November 8 At least forty young men have signified their intention of joining Grand President Kelly Grand Secretary Lautz and a number of other members of the order from Louisville will attend the meeting Delegates will also go from Lexington Newport and tellevue DESERVED PROMOTION James Barry a popular member of DI- visIon 1 A O H and prominent in local Catholic circles who has for several years past been employed as a clerk in the local offices of the Pennsylvania rail road system has been made Chief Ac louatant for the Louisville division of the Pennsylvania lines His friends are glad to hear of his deserved promotion r PRIZE WINNING BABY Bannon Hardesty is the eigbt months old son of Mr and Mrs S A Hardesty of Carrollton and a grandson of Pat Ban non Sr the veteran sewer pipe manu facturer of this city This promising youngster recently took the blue ribbon and gold spoon the first prizes in the county fair at Carrollton Mr Hardesty the father is the proprietor of theHough ton House at Carrollton while Mrs Har desty was Miss Lillie Binnon Botl parents and grandfather are proud of this baby i I wL2oc1DvJMiss 1 visiting friends at ScottsburgI Mr and Mrs Wibel L Mapother wil spend the winter at Crescent Hill Miss Emily Callahan has returnee home after a two months1 visit to Texas Miss Margaret Clements of Springfield Ky is the guest of Miss Cornelia Burke in Jeffersonville Miss Cora Adams of Lebanon Junction is the guest of Miss Nell McKinney of South Louisville Mr and Mrs William Higgins who spent the summer in Louisville have returned to Bardstown Mrs M Gleason of Indianapolis is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs David Harbeson of New Albany Mrs L M Milligan of Madison Ind is visiting her daughter Mrs Caleb Schmldlap of Jeffersonville Miss Blanche Heybach of Chicago who was visiting Miss Mucklebauer in Portland has returned home Mr and Mrs Andrew Schuler and Mrs Lena Ohllgschlager have returned home after spending the summer in Europe Miss Maggie Cavanaugh who has been visiting her sisters on East Broadway has gone to Pittsburg for a brief visit Joe Piazza who went to St Louis last week to attend the funeral of his sisterin law Mrs John Piazza returned home on Tuesday It will be welcome news to many that that Fred Hoertz who has been seriously ill for several weeks is now on the road to recovery Mrs I F Whiteside who accompanied tier daughter to school at Tarrytown N Y returned to her home in Jeffersonville on Monday James Wolfe the well known grocer at Eighth and Oldham streets who has been seriously ill is improving but is not able to be out Miss Gertrude McGinn the pretty and accomplished daughter of Joe McGinn is the guest of her aunt Mrs R B Pot tinger at Owensboro A pretty baby girl has arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Pat Filburn 2407 Magazine street Papa Filburn is re ceiving congratulations Clarence Curryof 1823 Magazine street is the proud father of a baby boy How can his race die out Mother and child are progressing favorably George H Banks of the United States navy who has been in Louisville on a furlough returned yesterday to Brook lyn where he will join the crew of the Kearsarge Misses Mary and Ella Reynolds of Bardstown and Miss Abbie Hennessy of the Highlands spent several days this week as the guests of Miss Marguerite Johnson in South Louisville Joseph Coakley left Monday night to accept a responsible position with the St Louis Transit Company Mr Coakley is an able young man and his many friends predict success for him In his new field Miss Eveline Reilly who has been confined br illness to Sts Mary and Elizabeths Hospital during the past teu weeks will be able to return home next week Tier numerous friends are glad to hear of her recovery Miss Margaret Monohan of Nashville is visiting cousins Mrs Ella Delaney and MissKatle Greaney at Seventeenth and High avenue Miss Monohan is an attractive young lady and is receiving many social attentions Miss Josie Donahue and Owen W Connelly popular young people of Jeffer sonville were married at St Augustines Lurch the Rev Father Donahue officiating on Wednesday morning Father Donahue is a brother of the bride IFriends of Mrs and Mrs John Holden iresented them with a handsome silver rvice as a token of their esteem on Wednesday the twentyfifth anniversary of their wedding Mr and Mrs Holden j u are spending a week with relatives at Muncie Ind- Walter E Leachman of Springfield and Miss Annie B Leahy of Crescen Hill will be married in the Church of St Frances of Rome early next month The bride tobe is the attractive daughter of James K Leahy Mr Leachman is ia prominent merchant at Springfield Miss Lillie Struck and John Breedo will be married at St Williams church on Wednesday October 21 The bride tobeis the daughter of Mr and Mrs John Struck Mr Breedon is a prominent yonng business man Mr and Mrs Breedon will begin housekeeping at 1617 West Chestnut street Joseph Ruhkamp and Miss Girlie Heinz will be united in matrimony in the rectory of the Church of the Immaculate Conception on Wednesday October 28 Miss Heinz is the accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs William Heinz and is the possessor of a rich soprano voice Mr Ruhkamp is a successful young businessman of the West End John Cutilar and Miss Anna May Hackel were united in matrimony at the Church of the Immaculate Conception on Wednesday morning Mr Cutilar is an employe of the Illinois Central railroad and is well known both here and In Pa ducah The bride is the charming and accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs Adam Hackel of West Chestnut street Miss Mary Doerhoefer and Ignatius J Baron will be united in matrimony at St Anthonys church at 9 oclock Wednes day morning October 28 Mr Baron iIs a popnlar young business man and the bridetobe is a sister of Basil Doerhoefer the tobacco manufacturer and capitalist After the ceremony the bridal party wil be given a breakfast at the home of the bride and later in the day will leave or- an extended trip through the East The members of the Latona Club gave a surprise party Monday evening in honor of the eighteenth birthday of Will Chester Those present were Misses Clara Vogt Alice Sullivan Mamie Abbie Winnie and Margaret Hennessy Rose Bader Josephine Kelly and Messrs Will Chester F Bader A Schmitt J Schmitt C Barker J Lichtefeld Karl Tafel and W Meagher A very enjoyable evening was spent James T Welch of Nicholasvllle and Miss Mary Moynahan of Covington were married at the Cathedral in the lat ter city on Wednesday the Right Rev Bishop Maes officiating The bride is the attractive daughter of Eugene Moyna han a wealthy contractor Mr Welch is employed on the Jessamine Journal at Nicholasville Both the young people have many friends who wish them suc cess on their journey through life Miss Byrde Dowling and Charles Ubel hardt will be united in marriage in the parlors of the rectory of St Charles for romeos church the Rev Father Raffo officiating on Wednesday evening The bride is the handsome and accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs James Dow ling After the ceremony a reception will be held at the home of the bride Mr and Mrs Ubelhardt will be at home to their friends at 1208 Preston street after November 1 Charles Patrick Smith and Miss Edith Gaw both of Owensboro were married at the residence of Pat Bannon Sr 2307 Rowan street on Wednesday morning the Rev Father Raffo officiating Mr Smith is a nephew of Mr Battnon After the ceremony the young couple held a reception at Mr Banuons residence The bride is one of Owensboros prettiest girls while her husband is a rising young business man Both have many friends who will be happily surprised at the an nouncement of their marriage Mr and Mrs William OConnor of 1232 Churchill street entertained last Friday night iu honor of Mrs Kate Ryan of Frankfort formerly of Louisville In strumental and vocal music and dancing were the features of the evening and re freshments were served in abundance Among those present were Messrs and Mesdames George Blau Patrick Delaney John Cook John Martin and William OConnor and Mesdames Kate Ryan Lena Seun Wagenest and Mary Canty Misses Mary and Agnes Delaney Lottie Clara and Leona Blau Maggie Mamie and Katherine Martin Alice Canty Clara Belle OConnor and Messrs John OHearn and Joseph and Emmet Martin FALL OPENING Of M J Gathof Bros Store Brought Very Many Visitors The fall opening of M J Gathof Bros store 800800 West Market street on Monday was well attended and the Messrs Gathof were showered with con gratulations Patrons new and old began calling as early as 8 oclock in the morn- Ing and continued to come in streams until 10 oclock that night The store was tastefully decorated with ribbons potted plants palms and numerous floral designs as well as hundreds of colored electric lights The effect was grand transforming the place into a genuine bower of beauty Mr M J Gathof and his brothers were on hand in the various departments to see that all visitors were attentively received Every caller was gIven a pretty souvenir The new shoe department the blankets and com forts underwear waists knit underwear tailored suits fascinators wrist bags mens underwear and furnishings were ill inspected and as a result the business of the firm greatly increased DIED IN NEW HAVEN News was received in Louisville this week of the death at New Haven Conn ofJames Logan a prominent Irish Ameri can citizen of that place The deceased was the father of the Very Rev John Logan OPi formerly Prior of St Louis ertraod Convent of this city n- IJ U Q J LARGE CLASS To Bo Initiated at tho Next Mooting of Division 4 A O II Division 4 Ancient Order of Iliber nians held a well attended meeting Wednesday night with President lIen nessey and all the other officers present Robert Mitchell one of the old Hiber niau Knights was present after a long absence and was given quite an ovation Dr Thomas H Mulvey was elected tto membership and the applications of Michael OKeefe John Dennis lames Costello John Nilan Cary Hires lames OConnor and Dr Frank Norton were received The members congratulate themselves on the fact that no bills wet presentedThe Committee reported that Mike Reardon had recoveredl while Harry Kerr who was injured a shot time ago and Ben Zorn who recently sustained a fracture of the knee wen still unable to return to work Joseph P McGinn made a brief ad dress when it was announced that an initiation would take place at the next meeting He complimented the work of Division 4a degree team and said he considered it the best in the city Mr McGinn favored vocal and instruments music at all the initiations Treasure John Hellon made a report showing the financial standing of Division 4 Beside paying out more money in sick benefit than any other division it has added considerably to its bank account sine Mr Hellon has has had charge of its treasury NEW HOSPITAL Will Fill a Long Felt Wan In the Eastern Part of Kentucky A new hospital will in all probability be located at Winchester in the near future Such an institution it seems Iis necessary for that part of the Stale and the Clark County Medical Society iIs making strenuous efforts for its establishment The Rev Father William B Ryan pastor of the Catholic church at Winchester has appealed to the Right Rev Bishop Maes to secure members of some religious order to take charge of the hospital and at the earnest solicitation of Bishop Maes the Sisters of Charity of the Good Samaritan Hospital at Cin cinnati have agreed to undertake tin work of conducting the hospital if arrangements can be made The hospital will be open to people of all creeds and nationalities The matter has been taken up by the Kentucky ValI ley Medical Association which body real izes the necessity for the new hospital Father Ryan who is an earnest worker is leaving nothing undone to have the institution established as soon as possible VERY PLEASANT EvonlngPromised Those Who Attend This Anniversary Celebration The members of Division 3 Ancien Order of Hibernians will celebrate the nineteenth anniversary of the organJza Lion of the division at Hibernian Hall on Monday night Every member of the order in Jefferson county and of the Jet fersonville and New Albany division have been invited to attend the celebra tion No formal business will be trans acted during the evening County Presi dent Pat Sullivan will deliver an addres reviewing the history of the division President Thomas A Quinn will deliver the address of welcome and former State Secretary James Coleman will speak ot the principles of the order Other members of the order will be called upon for impromptu remarks Refreshments wil be served and a general good time is it store for all who attend DAVID SHEEHY WINS Defeats the Brother of the Late Charles Stewart Parnell David Sheehy the Nationalist candi date for Parliament for the County Meath was elected over John H Parnell the Independent Nationalist candidate on Saturday Mr Sheehy is a brother of the Rev Father Eugene Sheehy who lectured In this city a few years ago Mr Parnell is a brother of the late Charles Stewart Parnell The Hon John Redmond speaking at Tulsk Roscommon on Sunday congrat ulated the electors of Meath in the election of Mr Sheehy and said he felt encouraged by the splendid vote of confi dence they gave the Irish Parliamentary party Mr Redmond also expressed doubt whether the new Irish land act would prove successful in the congested districts of Connaught but added tbat if the landlords refused to sell their ranches to the Congested Districts Boar it would be easy in the present condition of the English parties to get compulsory powers at the next session of Parliament He warned the landlords not to prove obdurate CLASS AT MADISON Grand Secretary George J Lautz and several members of the local Y M I degree team will leave for Madison this afternoon to assist at the inflation to beheld there tomorrow Madison has one of the moat flourishing councils in Indiana and at tomorrows inlation twenty new members will be enrolledI- MPROVEMENTS DESIRED The people of St James congregation at Elizabethtown are contemplating the mprovement of the church by putting in new pews and winows They also to the height of 100 atalnedsa8 fc tI IRISH SOCIETYDIRECTORY A O 11- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month TynanViceDoughertyRecording Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank atree- tTreasurer1homas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentJohn J Sullivan Recording SecretaryEdward J Kefi ranFinancial Secretary John T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month QuinnViceCooneyRecording Financial SecretaryWIlliam Burns 807 Twentythird street TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmspat Begley DIVISION 4 Wednesday HennessyVice CallahanFinancial515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly Treasurer John P Hellon DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County President John Kinney President Frank Hogan LynchSecretaryJohu Treasurer Mike Kenney Financial SecretaryThomas OHern Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street MurphyFirstW Born traegerSecond HigginsRecordingCorresponding Secretary Frank G Adams Financial SecretaryDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia stree- tTreasurerJoseph Steltenpohl ShaughnessyInside Outside SentinelPat Connolly ULBYSMonday Night Cbai B Hanford In Taming of tbe Shrew Tuesday and Wednesday Nights and Wednesday Matinee William Faversham In Imprudence Thursday Friday and Saturday Evenings and Saturday Matinee THIS BOSTONIANS HOPKINSWeek Commencing Sunday Matinee Oct 18 EVERY AFTERNOON AND NIOIIT Midgley and Carlisle In Sammy and Sarah Sketch JAMES J MORTONT- he Man of Infinite Jest Buster Keatou the funny little Lilli progtdyHeeleyKeno Walsh and Melrose the laugh produces Flood Brothers acrobats and THE BIOGRHPH MASONIC THMTfiR 4th and Chestnut Opp PosloffIce 30 Exits Absolutely Fireproof 30 Exll H 2095ORDER SEATS BY PHONE Cumb11M maiD Special MatlneeiMonday Friday and Saturday Week Commencing Monday Matinee Oct 19 The Real Girly Show from The New York Casino The Telephone Girl WITH MAX BLOOM AS HANS NIX And an Unbeatable Cut of ao Pretty Hello Qlrli Bargain Matinees Monday Friday and Saturday 10 and 25 cents Night 15c 25c 35c 60c 75c no higher NBXTOeo Sidney In Busy Izzy BUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCINg SUNDAY OCT 18 Matlnm Sunday Monday Wednesday Saturday SAM DEVERE x AND HIS OWN COMPANY Presenting the greatest aggregation of vaudeville talent and sfartlmg features ever collected in one show A Too of Fun and a Cyclone of Folly Larry Smithwell well man and thirty worthy associates JOHN M MULLOY f DEALER IN SpicesAndPond Lily and Home Baking Powder 2t4 W MARKCBJT ST Telephone Main 1189 WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS t SALOONVAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch every morning from 030 to 1230 oclock 642 vcT QRIPiBirT OJT- n F s r s JRXHA RJOAN 1 H 1 atII1 I=I a 3I1II1I1iI11Zii 13 ildIJIItIIi ll+lHllHl1t I + HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J JV BARRETTFUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER SSSEAST MAIN STREET With the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT iMHl13111d1 1 l+ 1 1 1 l 1 1 1 1 1 II4t3H4Lx D BAX Funeral Director anI- LIDEI301TI Embalmer S3OGO STCarriagesOOOOQQOO 4 HENRY C LAUER i ILI1PIinIRTIPi1i O Fine Wines and Liquors Livery Boarding Stable 42B and 430407 E JEFFERSON ST Branch House 905 West Market EAST JEFFERSON STREET MM I I M HI I H KMH HI t M M M H H MM + I HICKEYSAMPLK ROOM Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool- M J HICKEY Proprietor Homo Telehone 384 2I8 W Jefferson St t++ + t H++++++++++++++++++ JOHN nFRANIWALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and Std CLAY STREET ICYTaPp PETER M ANORIOI g SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEst GREEN ST J3OR J3ES1 OLD MKENNA WHISKY CALL UPON 1 SEVENTHANDOAKSTSTENOENTS Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out BIG FOUR ROUTE T- OIndianapolis Peoria CHICAGO AND AIA POINTS IN INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE No 259 Fourth Ave IS J QATlvGeneral Agent Louisville Ky WARREN i LYNCH G P A WM P DltPPEA Go PA CINCINNATI O tI Levys Special is the Best 350Slice that ever has been sold in Louisville Made in all styles and widths dress shoes andstreet shoes Try a pair LEVY BROSTH- IRD AND MAR- KETjewelers H jfJ KERSTIN6 AND Optician1- 8th and Market Sts Phone Main 3854A NEW CHURCH AT LUDlOW The Right Rev Bishop Maes will bless the cornerstone of the new St James church at Ludlow Ky tomorrow after noon The Rev Father Thomas Kehoe o and his faithful parishioners have made great preparations for this event Father Kehoe was placed in charge of St James parish nine years ago Since then he has not only paid off the debt on the old church but has succeeded in raising funds for a new and handsome edifice LYNCHEHAUNS CASE The arguments in the famous Lynch haun case at Indianapolis were finished on Wednesday but United States Com missioner Moores will not announce his decision before Monday Numerous tilts occured between the opposing attorneys One of the lawyers for the British Gov ernment insisted that the case should be decided by the Executive Department nf the Federal Government To thisCom missioner Moorea disagreed and insisted he bad a right to dispose of the matter CUT THIS OUT 8 s ri EflJUQi r IIlIISH yiERI A I + WOODS pftlt BHIiIiOT II- f Kf tVOTE FOR + III 1 SIGNED + Saturday Oct 17 1903 + X00000000 Above will be found the ballot for the Kentucky Irish American Worlds yourfriendsthat fifty votes may be cast by either new or old subscribers for each paid yearly subscription Now is the time to take advantage of this great offer IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Bandon is to resume its importance as a military station Thomas Sheehy died at Glin County Limerick at the advanced age of 110 Hanora Greaney an aged woman died suddenly at Ballycarthy near Tralee Michael MaCkey a farmer near Nenagh fell from a ladder and was instantly killedJames Clarke of Ringsenda fisher man fell from a boat in Dublin bay and was drowned Mrs Nano Lillis wife of Patrick Lillis died recently at her home Ballyorgan County Limerick Daniel Grace a coal heaver while load ing a vessel at Georges quay Cork fell into the river and was drowned The tenants on the Gould estate at Athea met the landlord Sunday and dis cussed terms of purchase under the new land act Mr Daniels an official of the Bank of Ireland at Waterford rescued two lady bathers who had gone beyond their depth at Tramore Cornelius Murphy son of Mrs Murphy and the late John Murphy of Macroom i was recently ordained at Clonliffe Col lege by the Right Rev Bishop Donnelly The annual procession to the grave ofI Charles Stewart Parnell at Glasnevin cemetery last Sunday was poorly at tended Only a few Irish Foresters and less than 100 boys were in line The tenants on the OFarrell estate Youghal met with a view to negotiate for the purchase of their holdings The Right Rev Monsignor Keller was in structed to propose terms to the landlord Ninetenths of the tenants on the Gunn estate County Kerry have accepted an offer for the sale of the estate on the basis of a reductiou of 35 per cent on first term and 20 per cent on second term rentsThe funeral of the Rev Father Cor nelius OSullivan parish priest of Ennis keane was largely attended Previous to the funeral at Enniskeane a solemn mass of requiem was celebrated in the Cathedral at Cork The horses attached to Lord OBriens carriage became frightened at Tallaght and ran away The two daughters of Lord OBrien remained in the carriage until the horses stopped of their own ac cord and thus escaped injury Messrs M J Flavin and Thomas ODonnell members of Parliament ad dressed a meeting of the Tralee branch of the United Irish League and counseled the people to organize if they wished to secure the full benefit of the land bills The tenants on the Newman estates at Kilshanulng and Ballymagooley have re jected the landlords offer for sale on terms which would secure reductions o 30 per cent on first term rents and 20 percent on second term rents The reductions are considered inadequate St Finbarrs day was celebrated wit more than the usual solemnity at Gougane Barra this year The sermon was preached in the Irish language by the Rev Father Daly D D of Austra- lIa Father Daly has been conducting a summer school at Gougane Barra this year and Is conversant with sixteen lan guages The Right Rev Dr Foley Bishop of Kildare and Leighlln has addressed a letter to his people calling attention to the fact that the land act will become operative November 1 and instructing to pornoof their holdings Miss Caroline Percival a highly respected young lady of Dublin fell from a cliffat Howth Head and was instantly killed Miss Percival was one of a party of tourists enjoying the scenery when she suddenly fell over the side of a steep cliff tier sister clutched her arm and narrowly escaped being drawn over the side of the cliff with her sister IN GOOD HANDS Tony Norton has been appointed man agar at Louisville for the State Life Insurance Company of Indianapolis Mr Norton was born and raised in this city and has a wide acquaintance not only i Louisville but through several States In his hands the interests of the State Life Insurance Company will be welli takes care ofj I 1- a A h RECENT DEATHS Mrs Moliie McMahoq wife of Michael McMahon died at the family residence 1450 Twentyfourth street Tuesday even ing The funeral took place from St CharleSBOrromeos church on Thursday mornlugr6f Garland Medley son of Mr and Mrs I W H Medley died at the family resi dence 1631 Twelfth street on Weduesday morning The deceased was highly respected In the community The funeral took place from St Williams church on Friday morning Mrs Martha Burke widow of Thomas Burke died at her residence 15G9 Bank street on Monday The deceased leaves one daughter Miss Katie Burke who has the sympathy of many friends in her be reavement The funeral took place from St Patricks church on Thursday morn ing Mrs Anna Dick aged thirtytwo years died at the home of her parents 2013 Bank street early Thursday morning The deceased was the wife or Archie P Dick Before her marriage she was Miss Anna Franz The funeral will take place from St Anthonys church at 9 oclock this morning Daniel Brennan a respected citizen of the West End died at his home 1919 West Madison street on Monday morn ing The deceased had lived in Louis ville nearly all his life and leaves a widow and eight children The funeral took placg from St Ch afles Jlorromeos church on Wednesday morning Mrs Elizabeth Kemper aged twenty seven years died Sunday evening at her home 2115 Pirtle street The de ceased was the wife of Anthony Kemper and was a most estimable young matron Before her marriage she was Miss Eliza beth Thieman and was well known in Huutingburg Indas well asin this city The funeral took place from St An thonys church Wednesday morning James OBrien a laborer died at the City Hospital on Saturday of last week Death resulted from blood poisoning which was brought about from a pin scratch The deceased leaves a wife and six children The funeral took place from St Louis Bertrands church on Monday morning To add the distress of the family Mrs OBrien is seriously ill and was unable to attend her husbands funeral CONFIRMATION The Right Rev Bishop McCloskey will begin a confirmation tour in the State to morrow His first appointment will be at St James church Elizabethtown DISTRICT DEPUTIES Grand President Kelly of the Ken tucky jurisdiction Young Mens Institute has made the following appointments of District Deputies For the jurfs4lctlonatlargeEdward offLouisville For the city of Louisville Vincent D SmithfJacobPJonashFor Central Kentucky William P Mc Nally Lexington For Southern KentuckyG F Sans bury Lebanon For Western KentuckyJames Clark OwensboroFor William B Hoffman Memphis For St Louis Louis W Heck- ELEVATIONS According to advices received in Cincinnati during the present week the Rev Father M P McSorley of the Convent of the Good Shepherd in that city has been appointed Bishop for one of the Philippine islands Father McSorley was born in New Jersey thirtynine years ago but has lived in Cincinnati1 1since he was two years old He is a graduate of St Josephs College at Bardstown and of St Xaviers College Cincinnati When the word of his appointment came Father McSorley was en route to Baltimore t attend the obsequies of the Most Rev Archbishop Kain An unofficial cablegram from Rome announces that it is practically decided to appoint the Right Rev Bishop Mess mer to succeed the late Archbishop Katzeraa head of the archdiocese of Mil waukee Bishop Meesmer is one of the beennhonored with the title of Doctor of CanonI Law Gel into our Worlds F rcontest o HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Only one meeting next week Division 18 has been organized at Tamaqua Pa A large class will be initiated at Spring field Ohio on Sunday October 25 Company C Hibernian Rifles of Providence has just given n very suc cessful bazar Division 21 of Brighton Mass will celebrate its twelfth anniversary with n concert and ball Eighty delegates attended the last meeting of the Bristol County Board at Fall River Mass Treasurer Kinneys report shows that the Jeffersonville division is in a flourish ing financial condition- At the last meeting of Division 18 of Providence the first and second degrees were conferred on thirteen candidates The death benefit in the Jeffersonvflle division amounts to 200 This has made the order popular in Southern Indiana Division 2 of Ashton R I celebrated its tenth anniversary last night Music and speeches were the order of the eveningThe Rifles at Dayton Ohio arc being reorganized Officers have been elected and quite a number have signed the muster roll Will Schnell of Division 4 seems to be the official escort for a bevy of members of the Ladles Auxiliary whom he accom panys to and from their meetings Michael Kinney of Jeffersonville has become known as the Guardian of the Treasury He is making a capable officer as Treasurer of his division Division 2 of Elmira N Y recently celebrated its eleventh anniversary with a grand banquet Vocal and instrumental music helped the members to spend an enjoyable evening Division 1 of Kenton county will initiate a class of twentyfive candidates on Wednesday evening October 28 Cov ington Hibernians are working to have the largest division in Kentucky Division 1 of Milwaukee held the first of its winter series of discussions andentertainments Monday night The feature of the evening was a debate on the teachings of Daniel OConnell Division 3 of Buffalo held a public installation on Tuesday night After the installation ceremonies there was a mus ical and literary entertainment during which refreshments and cigars were servedMembers of the Jeffersonville division have a move on foot toward having the history of Ireland taught in St Augus tines parochial school A committee ap pointed for this purpose will confer with the Rev Father OConnell Division 1 of Minneapolis has organ ized a drill corps to be known as the Hibernian Knights All members of the division under thirty years of age are elig ible to join the knights The uniform will conform as nearly as possible to the costume of the 98 men and the members will be armed with Irish pikes At a recent meeting of the Suffolk County Board held in Boston everyone of the seventythree divisions were repre sented The matter of holding a parade on St Patricks day next year was dis cussed and referred back to the various divisions After the last parade held several years ago the membership of the order increased 4000 in Suffolk county The matter of holding a union field day on May 30 was referred to a special com mittee HALLOWEEN EUCHRE Branch 7 Catholic Knights ofAmerica located in New Albany is preparing to give a euchre at Holy Trinity Hall on the evening of Friday October 30 As this will be the eve of Halloween the euchre will doubtless be well attended A num ber of handsome and useful prizes will be onlyoten cents RAISED STARS AND STRIPES Sergt John J Kelly Troop E Seventh Cavalry United States army during the stay of his troop at Camp Young paid a visit to friends in this city Sergt Kelly raised the first American flag in Cuba after that island had been evacuated by the Spaniards in 1898 although Gen Woods claims the credit His home is at Fort Meyer Va 1 rJ fJ WILLIAM BORQMANN Distillers Agent and Wholesale and Retail Dealer in WHISKIES WlfiES RflD CIGfl S I offer to the consumer some fine old whiskies at the following low prices galSgal4yearOr pricesWillHome Phone 6264 2141618 SEVENTH ST LOUISVILLE KY We guarantee age and purity of all our goods STATIONERS PRINTERS BINDERS BOOKSELLERS The Bradley Gilbert Go e INCORPORATED Blank Book Pao8r Box Manufacturers RepKiintatiw rftho Hammond Typewriter for Kentucky Typewrite Supnllci Ribbons etcfornlirrechlnea Cor Third and Green Sts LOUISrMLLEJKYe SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma to CHICAGOONI eII q Iolmoll rIwmmR sown b i In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CARE H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J AgentCManagerwIt It + H + t t + H++ It + + It tt+ FINE WINES CHAMPAGNES AL KOLB345 West Green StreetLIQUORS CIGARSs+++H It It It M M M M H M M M H1 ++++ M M M M M M OLD AND RARE WHISKIES A SPECIALTY BLUE GRASS EXCHANGEL- ouis Wabnitz Co Proprietors TW 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week in November The mission will be given by two orators of the Jesuit order the Rev Fathers Ignatius Boarman and I Thomas McKeogh of St Ignatius Col lege Chicago The opening sermon will I be preached at the high mass at 10 oclock on the feast of All Saints Sun day November 1 and the mission will close at the same hour on the following Sunday FATHER MAYOY DEAD The Rev Michael McAvoy a well known Franciscan priest and one of the few Irish priests who are members of that order in the United States died in Hoboken N J on Tuesday night Father McAvoy was located in Louisville for a short time many years ago lIe spent fifteen years at Terre Haute Ind but the latter part of his life was spent in New Jersey Fall Styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas CARRAROS aa CAFEn 1 ITALIAN SPAGHETTI TELEPHONE 761 NrE Corner Third and Green Sis SMOKE and ENJOY COOlEy KENNEDYS CIGARSThey Are The Best Brands Made Monarch Gen DcWct IrishAmerican FLORA DE CASTILLOF- inest 10 Cent Cigar Made v 1 SO5T W 3VrFai1i Street QO TO Pioneer Bottling House FOR STRAIGHT WHISKIES rr BIG JUG AT DOOR J JP JOArcOD 913 WEST BROADWAY near Union Station LOW RATES FROM LOUISVILLE VIA Soutfyen I ailuayI TO NOVEMBER 30 PortlandOreOgdenUtahJ400Billings untilNovern Railway and correspondingly low theWestCheap one way settlers tickets and alsobemanyotherthe Southeast For maps folders and complete infor mation call on any agent of the Southern Railway or address A WHEEDON T and P A Louisville C C STEWART HUNGERPORD AsstGen J c f 131 LOKY IRISH OAN PIANOSWe Invite a careful inspection of our tine of HiguGradi Pianos Grands and Uprights including Chlckcrings Stecks Deckers Sclmberts Kingsburys and Ten other famous makes THE FINEST INSTRUMENTS EVER SHOWN IN THIS CITY OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT TERMS EASY AND BUSINESS METHODS CORRECT MontenegroRiehm Music Co- OL S030 FOURr VENUE For Goodness Sake Eatt tIBlue Labels are good for some MothelllThey sell If your Mothers gro call up White Broad1Goodd youllbe Every Way Good Every Day t t t + t mmMHHHMft t t HMMMMUMMt t t t t t t t t t t t t tHHt CUSCADENSHave ons twentyFive push wagons selling our famous Brick Ice Cream and fifty people employed This Is evidence that OUR ICE CREAMS ARE GOOD AND PU- RESON t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t tit t t t t t t HHMMt t t tMMt t Mt t GEHER217 Market Street Near Second North Side New Store Just Opposite Old Stand J i Stoves i RangesHOUSE FURNISHING GOODS AND KITCHEN SUPPLIES OUR SPECIALTY Stoves and Ranges made in Louisville ++ HI M H U ++++++++ 1 ttttttttt ++ ++1 Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and EmbalmerCa- rriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short NoticeL 700 WEST WALNUT STREET TELEPHONE 810 t t t t t t t 1 + ++ t t t t t t t t t TTTTT A 1 1 i A t t + t t t MMHHMMHHff+ H MHtMMM fJAMES SOWDERS 159 West Jefferson Street Fishand Oysters BOrII PHONES S2SOS- IHMH4 +t ++++++ + tt I iMMMMHMHt t t f ttHH ttit t H ENOS PeoplendFor Business Good Employment and Success J CALL 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interesting races although the goal is several months off It is deemed ad visabie to publish the standing of the contestants this week so that the friends of the various candidates can see where their respective favorites are in the race Lieut Tom Fitzgibbons maintains a com fortable lead in the single mens race but the friends of Frank McDonogh awakened during the present week and shoved their candidate into second place Next week they promise to do even bet ter while the adherents of Lieut FitZ gibbons are determined that their candi date shall not be overhauled Frank A McDonogh who has leaped into second place Is the manager of the Kentucky Stove and Tinware Company at 705 West Main street and was for several years with the firm of Stratton Terstegge He is energetic bright and intelligent with friends wherever he goes James Hand and John Cavanaugh were also remembered and while both are run ning easy they may come on and forge to the front rank at almost any moment In the married mens race John H Hennessey continues to lead though Dan McKenna is giving him a spirited con test and is now well up in second place while John J Sullivan Sr has a good hold on third place Among the single ladies Miss Katie Henley and Miss Alice Walsh are tie for first place aud Miss Mamie Reilly is second in the race The friends of the single ladies are working a still hunt and declare there will be several sur prises in store before long As has been stated before the Kentucky Irish American promises to give a weeks trip to the Louisiana Purchase Exposi tion or St Louis Worlds Fair railroad transportation and a week at the Lindell Hotel furnished free to the most popular married couple1to the most popular sin gle man and the most popular single lady the test of popularity to be the number of votes received through the Kentucky Irish American Each week ballots are printed in this paper which you can fill out and send in for your friends The Kentucky Irish American will be sent to your address for 1 per annum With each dollar paid in you are entitled to fifty votes for your favorite candidate besides the ballot you get every week This applies not only to new sub scribers but to old subscribers who are in arrears as well The race is open to persons of all creeds and nationalities The national convention of the Ardent Order of Hiberniaus will be held in St Louis next year and the winners of the Worlds Fair popularity contest will be sent to St Louis while this convention is in session if they desire The standing of the entries in this con test up toThursday night was as follows MARRIED COUPMJ John HHennessey and wife 1000 Dan McKenna and wife 862 John J Sullivan and wife 300 Joseph P McGinn and wife 200 Thomas Dolan and wife 160 Michael Reichert and wife 160 Thomas D Claire and wife 10 John Meagher and wife o 100 Pat F McCarthy and wife 50 Harry Brady and wife 60 SINCUl IADY Katie Henley 150 Alice Walsh 150 Mamie 100Reilly Of Of Of Catherine Conadean 60 Julia Kelly 60 Mary Cavanaugh 60 Margaret Norton 60 StNGUt GSNTMtMAN Lieut Tom Fitzgibbons 2200 tank McDonogh Of i 750 amesHand kr 150 Dave Burke r 160 Charles Raidy 150 john Cavanaugh S 16Q nil Toorneyr16eotIMDHgs 4 100 Ten caioekltiz 100 I +r n tJ r o Ed Dalton Of Of Of 60III John Crotty FRANK MDONOGH A Leading Candidate in the Worlds Fair Contest Will McNally SC Tom Furlong 60 George Percy Wells 1 BUCKINGHAM Sam Devere and his own company will occupy the boards at the Buckingham all next week The press agent promises the greatest aggregation of vaudeville talent startling novelties and sensational feat ures ever collected together Among other attractions will be Larry Smith th Well Well Man and the Eightleaved Clover combination The usual matinees will be given MACAULEYS That veteran actor of Shakespearean roles Charles B Hansford will appear at Macauleys Monday night with his own company in the presentation of The Taming of the Shrew Mr Hans ford has frequently been seen in Louts ville and won the regard of local theater goers when he essayed the role of Marc Anthony with Booth and Barret William Faversham and his company will present Imprudence at Macauleys on Tuesday and Wednesday evening and Wednesday matinee HOPKINS The Hopkins management announces for next week an exceptional vaudeville bill as every act Js a headliner In itself Midgley and Carlisle in the Sammy and Sarah After School series will be here with something entirely new Buster Keaton the funniest Lillipu tian in the world Claire Miller the pianist prodigy James J Mortonlithe man infinite jest in monologue andI songs Keno Walsh and Melrose will make their first Louisville appearance Heeley and Meeley new to local audi ences two of the best comedians in vaudeville and Flood brothers acrobats make the best bill of the season A newI series of pictures will make the biograpb turn worth seeing MASONIC TUBATBRI1 I The Telephpne Girl stronger I brighter and more tuneful than ever will I be the attraction at the Masonic theater I May Lindon as Beauty Palrfax next week The principal comedy role of Hans Nix the Dutch inspector of telephones will be played by Max Bloom a former Louisville boy who has achieved phenomonal success in his especial line of funmaking Clever specialties will be introduced in imitation of nearly every a thing under the sun and a large cbofus of beautiful girls adds materially to the enjoyability the performance SEND HIM OVER Among those prominently mentioned as probable successor to the llate Sir Michael Herbert as British Ambasaabor at Washington is Sir Nicholas OConnor the present British Ambassador to Con stantinople Sir Nicholas Js one of the moat distinguished diplomats tia the b British service Hela a Jtoecommoa tsar and a caUMiHctJ l j f BLESSING Of Throe Now Altars Will Attract a Great Crowd Tomorrow Solemn Ceremonies to Take Place at Holy Cross Church Gifts of Ladies Who Delight to Beautify the House of GodF- ATHER CUNNINGHAMS GOOD WORK Tomorrow will be a gala day at Holy Cross church at Thirtysecond and Broadway On this occasion three neu 5and handsome altars will be blessed and a sermon will be preached by an eloquent young Dominican of New York The Rev Father Bernard A Cunningham pastor of Holy Cross church invites all of his friends to attend these ceremonies which will take place at 4 oclock in the afternoonAll these altars are of excellent adornmentefor the pretty little church The mall altar was donated by Mrs Catherine Kracht In the center of this altar will stand a beautiful group of statuary representing Our Lady of Sorrow This grou has been imported from Paris and will form an admirable setting for the mall altar At either corner of the altar is ia cherub supporting a candelabrum The Blessed Virgins altar was donated by Mrs Marcus Doerhoefer as a memo rial to her late husband This altar will be what is known as a privileged altar That is it will be devoted to Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Father Cunningham through the Very Rev Father Charles A McKenna O P of New York has re ceived from Rome the right to have this altar endowed with all the privileges of ia rosary altar in a Dominican church The only other altar in the city similarly en dowed is the Blessed Virgins altar in St Louis Bertrand church St Josephs altar was donated by the late Mrs John H Whallen and will be a memorial to her Mrs Whallen had arranged for the construction of this altar before her last illness but died before Its completion It is in every way a suitable tribute to the good woman who delighted to aid in beautifying the house of God The three altars are enameled in white with gold trimmings Father Cunningham is doing good work as pastor of Holy Cross church During the eight years that he has had charge of the parish he has seen the parochial school grow from eighteen to more than 100 pupils and has seen the number of families multiply in nearly the same ratio The simple wooden structure has had to be almost entirely rebuilt dur ing his pastorate but now bids fair to last until a handsome brick or stone church is necessary Father Cunning hams predecessor as pastor of Holy Cross church was the Rev Father Fitz gerald now of Shelbyvllle Father Fitz gerald was the first pastor of the congre gation of the Holy Cross and remained in charge from March until October 1804 when he was sent to Sbelbyville At that time Holy Cross church was little more than a country mission Since then the cottages of mechanics and the more commodious homes of the business men and capitalists have spruug up around it Before long the street cars will be running past its doors and the little frame church will have to give way to a more substantial edifice At the time that Father Fitzgerald was pastor the parish was so poor that the rectory was unfurnished and for several weeks he did not even have a bed but had to sleep on the floor It must be gratifying to him to know that the seed he sowed nine years ago has born such excellent fruit MISSION TO NONCATHOLICS The Rev Father Edwin Drury will give mission at St Philip Neris church dur ring the week beginning Sunday October 25 and closing November 1 The mis sion is intended primarily for nonCatho lice but Catholics will also be welcomed to the mission exercises BEAUTIFUL GOLDFISH Mrs CD Thompson the popular florist at 082 Fourth avenue has on hand a stock beautiful of goldfish and an elaborate assortment of raffia goods for sket making and fancy work She will be pleased to show the crew goods to her J WATHENS Ice Cream and SherbetsH- AVE THREE STRONG POINT- SPURITY I QUALITY PRICE 1 Try them and you will be convinced Cream 2 ImilesI Sg 1t f ON COAL r sugKestrhouse Our Coal is clean burns free from clinkers and hold fire over nightP- ittsburgh 4th Pool Lump25 Bushels 325 Pittsburgh 4th Pool Lump 100 Bushels 1300 PACIFIC COAL CO Phones 1821 2686 CHAS L CRUSH Mgr 452 W Jefferson St Ttofi cnas fl Rogers BOOK GO having recently incorporated and added new capital to X business are now 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