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I y 11- I Pj I I KENTUCKY IRll AMERICAN 4 1 1 VOLUME INO 17 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 24 1903 PRICE FIVE CENTS 1 1 HOSPITABLE People of Madison Entortalned VihUlnjr Y BI I Degreo Team Nothing in Indiana Was Too Good For the Louisville Visitors Even the Ladles Wore Attentive to the Attractive Young- Ketituckians A DAY OF WORK AND PLEASURE Madison Council 287 Young Mens Institute held one of the largest meet- Ings in its history on Sunday afternoon The main attraction was the exemplifica tion of the new degree work by a team of Louisville Y M Is Not only did the members of Madison Council turn out in large numbers but North Vernon Ind and Carrollton Ky were well represented The initiation was a success the visitors were well entertained and Madi son Council is gratified with the addition to its membership The degree team from Louisville was composed of members of the three local councils Its personnel was made up of Thomas Garvey William J OSullivan William OConnor Edward Kelty Frank Burke Joseph Bell George W Lautz James Perry Joseph Conkling and Hugh J Higgins This party of young men left Louisville Saturday afternoon and journeyed to Madison via an Ohio river steamboat Grand Secretary George Lautz promised them they would be entertained but none of the party was prepared for the cordial reception they received They reached Madison at 10 oclock and were met b a reception committee of Madison Council Supreme Second Vice President Joseph J Kasper a member of the reception committee corralled the Louisville delegation and took them to his hand some residence Hotels were not for them Instead they were made to feel at home in the Kasper house In the morning the Louisville boys did full justice to an ample breakfast furnished by Mrs Kasper and then attended mass Then they proceeded to dinewhere At Mrs Kaspers residence of course And such a dinner The Louisville boys will never forget that elegant dinner The menu included everything that was good and seasonable and none of it went to waste After that came work The Louisville delegation proceeded to the hall where the initiation was to be held The mem bers were pleased with the Mall and pleased with the people Of course it will not do to enter Into the secret work of the initiation Suffice it to say that the Louisville team did itself proud every member covering himself with glory A wonderful aid to the degree team was the work of the choir composed of Joseph Steinhardt Joseph Pueglein Will Horuff Pred Kalb M A Kasper and J J Kasper all of Madison Council and Joseph Conkling of Louisville James Perry of Louisville presided at the piano The candidates initiated were George Zepf Prank Dehler Charles Dehler William Peters J J Sheets Nicholas Sheets John Huck John Roeder and John Schoenstein The degree work wasnew to the ma jority of the members of Madison Council inasmuch as the new ritual is out but a short time and had not been exempli fied outside of Kentucky All were loud in praise of its excellent features none more so than the officers Each and every member of the visiting degree team was congratulated on his work After the initiation a brief address was made by the Rev Father J H Boering who stated that he had been pleased with all he saw during the afternoon He admonished both new and old mem ber to remain practical Catholics and said the people should be proud to have among them a society like the Young Mens Institute Others who made short talks were Daniel L McCauley of North Vernon President M Casey of St Georges Council Carrollton Ky and Joseph Conkling of Louisville The meeting was then adjourned to allow the members of Madison Council and their visitors to partake of an elegant luncheon provided by the Young Ladies Auxiliary of the Madison Young Mens Institute The young ladies had been busy preparing dainty salads and other appetizing viands while the initiation was in progress so that when the doors were thrown open three long tables were quicklyput in place filled with tempting viands and all present were invited to help themselves This they did and spent a jolly honrin dispatching what was put before them Madison Council has at present seventy members Its officers are the Rev Father M L Guthneck Chaplain William Wenzler President Andrew Jacob First Vice President George Jackson Second Vice President Thomas Walsh Treasurer Pred J Shram Financial Secretary Charles V Beerck Recording Secretary Joseph Kennison Marshal It is ex pected that before the new year Madison Council will increase her membership to 100 The memberi of the Louisville degree team Intended to leave Madison on the boat lit 6 oclock but the boat failed to arrive at that hour to all went loves perk at It Marys church where the o U Rev Father Matthew Kasper son of their host officiated After services Misses Frances Kasper Leona Kalb Mamie Kelly Katherine Mullen Agnes Cassidy Alice Henry and Dora Henry accompanied Louisville visitors over the pretty city At 10 oclock the overdue boat arrived the ladies accompanied their guests to the wbarfthe boys gave three cheers for Madison the girls re spondedwith three cheers for Louisville and thus they parted MISS MCARTHY A Talented Irish Violinist May Appear In a Concert Here A meeting of leading members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and several other IrishAmericans of prominence was held Tuesday night to take preliminary steps for bringing Miss Maud MacCarthy the talented Irish violinist to Louisville Miss MacCarthy made a very favorable impression in America last year and won the highest encomiums of the press in Washington Boston Chicago Pittsburg and Baltimore The impression she cre ated in Boston where she appearedwith the famous Boston Symphony Orchestra was such that she has been reengaged to give six performances during the present season She is now in Europe but will sail for America in the near future Miss MacCarthy is a native of Ireland Her father was a distinguished Dublin physician At a very early age Miss MacCarthy evinced a decided musical talent and when only nine years old per formed on the violin before Queen Vic toriaHer parents gave her every educa tional advantage and she has more than repaid them by her progress in the study of music Although only nineteen years old she has toured the principal cities in Great Britain and Australia While in Australia she was under the patronage of Cardinal Moran A year ago she made her appearance in Boston and at once won the approval of the musicloving people by her splendid ability She was recalled five times after her first perform anceMiss MacCarthy is Irish in everything the word implies She delights to show that there are still Irish artists and Irish lovers of music Whenever the occasion offers she performs for her own people Hence the Hibernians are desirous of securing her services for at least one per formance If the corrspondence now pending proves satisfactory Miss Mac Carthy will appear In Louisville late in November or early in December Mean while she will accompany the Boston Symphony Orchestra in a tour of the principal Eastern citie- sHEALTHY INCREASE In Membership and Finances Shown by Division 2 A O H An interesting meeting of Division 2 Ancient Order of Hibernians was held on Friday night of last week The quar terly reports of the Secretary and Treas urer showed a comfortable balance in the treasury and a healthy increase in mem bership State President Keenan and State Treasurer Butler attended the meeting and were warmly greeted by the members of the division Mr Keenan spoke at length on Bis desire to increase the membership and urged all to do everything in their power to bring in new members He said the State and county officers were doing all they could to increase the membership and it be hooved others to follow suit State Treasurer Butler spoke along similar lines told of the anniversary celebration Division 3 was about hold and expressed the wish that other divisions would hold similar ones Short talks were made by Messrs Keany Keiran Connaughton Burke and others and several announced their intention to attend the initiation ceremonies at Covington on Wednesday October 28 LECTURE COURSE Of MackIn Council Will Be Inaugurated on Tuos day Next The regular fall slid winter course of lectures to be given by MackieCouncil- will l begin Tuesday evening The Hon James J Fitzgerald will deliver the initial lecture His fame as a speaker is so well known that a large and appreci ative audience is assured him in advance His subject has not been announced These intellectual talks will be given on the fourth Tuesday of every month during the fall winter and spring and will be complimentary affairs They have been arranged with the view of improving the intellectual taste of mem bers of the order Lectures of this char aster are of incalculable benefit to young peopleas they induce systematic thought and research and are of great educational value The Young Mens Institute is essentially an educational organization and the work of Makin Council in arranging this lecture course is to be especially commended SUCCESSFUL MISSIONS The Rev Father Erasmus of the Passionlst Order has relurnd from sue clif missions in Ohio Father Erasmus Is one of the most popular clergymen in the cityeadbeaidssia an able missionary 1I LOUISVILLE HIBERNIANS Discussed the Welfare of the Living and the Memory of the Dead at the Nineteenth Anniversfjryrof Division 3 I History of the Body Recounted in Able Style by County President Patrick T Sullivan One of Its Charter Members The Physical Man Was Fed While fhefntellectual Man Was Feasted By Irishmen of the Tree Falls CIties The nineteenth anniversary of the founding of Division 3 Ancient Order of Hibernians was celebrated in grand style at Hibernian Hall on Monday night It was a genuine Irish gathering where everybody knew everybody elsewhere they ate drank smoked and were merry while they listened to the history of Division 3 or enjoyed the anecdotes told by the speakers of the evening It was a gathering of the clans as it were where friendship unity and true Chris Nan charity were personified While the members of Division 3 were in the majority Divisions 12 and 4 were well represented and even Jeffersonville and New Albany sent delegations to join in the celebration It is such meetings that make the Ancient Order what it is an organization of brothersbrothers in faith in morality and charity An abundance of refreshments liquid and solid and cigars had been provided by the committee on arrangements Every body helped himself and all appreciated the hospitality of Division 3 The re freshments had been so distributed that when the meeting began each man could help himself without causing confusion or interrupting the speakers To add to the pleasure of the evening John Davin Will Hutton and Will Ryan with guitar mandolin and bass violin fur nished delightful music The festivities began a few minutes after 8 oclock On the rostrum with President Quinn were County President Richard Fleming of New Albany and County President Kenney of Jefferson ville M C Thornton M C Welsh John Golden Prank OBrien James Golden and several other members of the New Albany and Jeffersonville divis ions were given positions of honor near the rostrum Close by were State Presi dent Keenan State Secretary Meehan State Treasurer Butler James Coleman David OConnell Michael Sheehan County Secretary Pat Welsh and other local and prominent Hibernians President Quinn welcomed all to the anniversary celebration and said that the best was none too good for Hiber nians He introduced County President Patrick T Sullivan who read a carefully prepared paper on the history of Divis ion 3 Mr Sullivan told how a few good IrishAmericans assembled at Michael Sheehans grocery Nineteenth and Baird streets on the afternoon of October 13 1884 and after a few preliminaries had been arranged proceeded to Reischs Hall at Nineteenth and Portland avenue a block away where Division 3 was formally organized He spoke of the men who enrolled themselves in Division 3 that day James Coleman Michael Sheehan George Butler Patrick Holley and the late lamented father of President QuinnDo you know what led me to become a member of the Ancient Order of Hiber nians said Mr Sullivan I was born and bred in old Kentucky and of Irish parents I sat on mothers knee as a child and she told me the story of Ire lands beautiful scenery and impressed on my youthful mind and heart that the grassthat grew in Ireland was greener the sky over it bluer the sun moon and stars shone brighter than anywhere else SURPRISED 1 And Agreeably So Were the Members of Entertain ment Cbmmlttoo When the Entertainment Committee of the Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America met in the office of Newton G Rogers on Fifthireeton Friday evening of last week there were two agreeable surprises in store Inthe first place after all bills were paid it was shown that a gratifying balance remained as the result of the recent dramatic enter tainment In the second place an abundance of refreshments and cigars were furnished the members of the committee by Judges Shackelford Miller Thomas R Gordon Upton W Muir and County Attorney Samuel Kirby as a slight token of their appreciation of the good work that is being done by the Central Commit ee The members of the committee individually and collectively expressed appreciation of the thoughtfulness of the donors of refreshments and said they hoped they would be elected for another Seven years DOES TO NASHVILLE Rev Father Matthew Kasper of IThe Ind who was ordained a fort ago has been appointed to fill the place of the Rev Father Dena Mwrpby at the Cathedral at Nashville Father Kasper will also act a pdvMe secretary O l o 1 in the world Do you wonder then that as I grew older Jk longed ta learn more of that country Do you wonder that I wanted to knowjwhy so many of freeIdomthese thoughts he became a member of Division 3 and how j be there became acquainted with the history of Ireland and the struggles of her sons at home and abroad Continuing Mr Sullivan told of the first officers of the division and gave an epitome of its history down to the present time He said it would be an impossibility totell of all the charity that had been dispensed by the members of Division 3 and of the numerous in stances where relief bed been granted to the widows and orphans of deceased members During the nineteen years of its history this division had spent 14 50050 in benefits to the distressed to say nothing of the gifts in chanty made by individuall members The address of Mr Sullivan evoked hearty applause James Coleman was next introduced and delivered an able address on the up building of the order He said there were hundreds of IrishAmericans who should be enrolled as Hibernians who HeIIhave confidence in one another he said if they expected others to confide in them He also urged the members to encourage Jn every possible way those young memboza of the order who were holding positions of importance and trust State PresideatEcenafa responded a call of those present tad dwelt at length on the HWonaleoavention which is to be held fSf Louisi next yearof the good showing Kentucky should make and told of the progress made by Louisville divisions during the present year CountPresident Kinney of Jefferson vine was introduced and after congratu lating the members of Division 3 on the magnificent gathering said he felt proud of the order He told how it was grow ing in Indiana owing to the insurance feature in vogue in that State which he said would cause its membership to In crease at least 2000 before the national conventionCounty Fleming of New Al bany also expressed his pleasure over the hearty reception given himself and colleagues from across the river John H Hennessey the new Mayor of Limerick and President of Division 4 Invited all to attend the meetings of his division and said that he and his fellowmembers would try to entertain all as well as Division 3 had entertained them State Secretary Meehan when introduced advocated more frequent meetings like the one that was being held He also called attention to the power of members to do good for one another At this juncture Michael Sheehan the first President of Division 3 was introduced He told of his love for the order and the many things that Division 3 had dpne for the benefit of its members Mr Sheehan likewise told of the warm wel come he had received from members of to Bishop Byrne Father Murphy has been transferred to Memphis as pastor of St Patricks church Father Kasper is the son of Joseph Kasper Supreme Second Vice President of the Young Mens Institute Js a promising young priest and has a great career open to him at Nashville S W JOINT MEETINGS Of Young Mens Institute and Ladles Auxiliary at Madison The Ladies Auxiliary of Madison Council Young Mens Institute is a flourishing organization and is made up of the most respected ladies in Madison It has a membership of sixtynine although less than one year old The auxiliary was organized on November 25 1902 and has grown steadily ever since Two weeks hence ten new members will be initiated The ladies are enthusiastic in their work On the third Tuesday of each month joint meetings of the Young Mens Institute and Ladles Auxiliary arelield These meetings do much to produce amicable relations between the organizationsThe the Ladies Auxiliary are Mrs P Birch President Mrs J J Kasper First Vice Prudent MrsA S Chapman Second Vice President Mrs P Denzer Treasurer Miss Francis Kasper Recording Secretary Miss Katie ExecutiveCommitteeMieea MaryHoertz Jn the order in the East and how he felt at home with Hibernians wherever he might be His remarks were vociferously applauded Martin Cusick was loud in his praise of Division 3 and said he would always be at the service of any of its members Mr Cusick paid a high tribute to President Quinn Edwin Sabree sang a solo that brought forth tremen dous applause Thomas Walsh the well known attorney when called upon said it was inspiring to see such a grand gathering of Irishmen and such u feast of oratory poetry and music such an abundance of good things to eat and drink and all merry Irishmen said Mr Walsh were always good citizens of good governments and as the United States Government was the best Irish men were particularly good citizens He told what Irishmen had done and were doing the world over and said they had reason to praise themselves He told several anecdotes that convulsed all with laughter and concluded by singing By rons tribute to Tom Moore My boat is on the shore And my bark is on the sea But before I go Tom Moore Heres a double health to thee ExCounty President John A Murphy dwelt on the necessity of Irishmen be longing to a society like the Ancient Order of Hibernians James Barry said it was a proud night for a division that expressedtheWhen Joseph P McGinn arose the mem bers shoved him forward to the rostrum where he congratulated Division 3 but insisted that Division 4 was the greatest of all John J Sullivan of Division 2 said he was glad to see the large gathering present as it was an indication of progress He urged all Hibernians to bring young men to their meetings and said how much better it would be if open meetings were held occasionally where young men could see what the Ancient Order of Hibernians was doing Attor ney Newton G Rogers took Unity for his subject and dwelt eloquently upon it He urged that literary musical and educational features be introduced at meet ings end said they would cement together the membership The unity of the church he said should be the example for all and admonished all to heed the words of National President Dolan William M Higgins editor of the Kentucky Irish American was the next speaker He told how proud he was to see such a grand body of Irishmen together with no semblance of division in their ranks Mike Tynan President of Division 1 told of the assistance that the members of the order could render one an other especially how those out of em ployment could be aided Each must help the other he said or the object of the society would fail No society he said disbursed more for charity than the Hibernians David OConnell said he was edified by all that he saw and said he felt sympathy for those who were not present Lawrence Mackey and County Secretary Pat Welsh also made brief but appropriate addresses The celebration closed with all satisfied at the nights work LAID AT REST Mrs Catherine Goodwin Has Gone to Receive Her Roward Mrs Catherine Goodwin mention of whose illness was made in last weeks issue died at the family residence at 014 Thirteenth street last Friday just as our forms left the press She bad suffered for some time from asthma heart failure and ailments usually attendant upon old age so that her death was not wholly unexpected Mrs Goodwin died sur rounded by her children and fortified with the sacraments of our holy mother the church Fully preparedlo die Mrs Goodwin entered into her eternal reward as peacefully as if she were falling asleep Such is the death of those who have fought the good fight who have kept the faithMrs Goodwin was born in the County Tyrone Ireland seventyfour years ago At the age of fifteen she emigrated to America and came at once to Louisville Three years later she married Cornelius Goodwin Neil as he was familiarly called was also of Irish birth energetic and thrifty In those days Louisville was comparatively a small town Mr Goodwin embarked in the grocery bual ness in a small way but soon had one of I the largest if not the very largest whole sale and retail groceries in the dtyHIs place of business was on Market street between Fifth aad Sixth Of course Mrs Goodwin was a true helpmate and guiding star to her husband in his busi ness enterprises He became a leader in the community and particularly to his fellowcountrymen who fled from famine and tyranny at home He found employ ment for all the Irish emigrants who sought him and it was a common saying in those days that whenever an Irishman bound for Kentucky landed in New York he was immediately tagged and addressed to Neil Goodwin The Goodwins pros pered Mr Goodwin became an owner of thoroughbred stock and had his own race course in the vicinity of the present Goodwin home on Thirteenth street Through no fault of his own the fortune was swept away Many years ago Mr Goodwin died and left his widow with three small children to raise Like the good Irish Catholic woman that she was she never faltered never looked back with regret upon the prosperity that had departed She accepted adversity as the will of God Her hand was ever stretched forth in charity to those in sickness and distress She died as she had lived a devout Christian and a loving mother The deceased leaves three children John M Goodwin a machinist now in the employ of the Pittsburg Beobachter but who was with his mother for a week before death relieved her and Misses Mary and Susie Goodwin The funeral took place from the Cathedral at 9 oclock Monday morning The many friends of the deceased young and old were pres ent at the solemn ceremonies A high mass of requiem was celebrated by the Rev Father P M J Rock who also preached the funeral sermon Father Rocks address was more an exhortation to the living than a tribute to the dead He told us Godrewards every man according to his works Salvation is the one thing necessary said Father Rock We must at all times strive to do the will of God We were put on earth not to work for the world but to work for God Such a one he saidwas Mrs Goodwin He told of her buoyant spirit in adversity how she had left her own home to minister to those in distress during a smallpox epidemic how she believed in the dignity of motherhood He consoled the grief stricken family with the thought that their mother would be rewarded for her good works and bade them walk in her footsteps When Father Rock closed there was not a dry eye in the church as all felt the force of his eloquence A large concourse of friends followed the remains to their last resting place in St Louis cemetery The pallbearers were Honoraryowen McBride James T Campbell August Schmidt William Mullen James Mullen Thomas Hines James Curran and James Rogers ActiveJoseph Kirwan Farrell Cur ran Ernest Mullen James OConnor Neil Curtin and Will Bigley ABLE LECTURES On Catholic Doctrines Are to Be Delivered at St Philip Nerls Church The Rev Father Edwin Drury mis sionary for this diocese will conduct a series of services at St Philip Nerls church at Floyd and Woodbine streets next week These services will include an exposition of Catholic doctrines and practices The services will begin at 10 oclock tomorrow and will conclude on the following Sunday November 1 The exercises during the week will be as fol lowsEarly mass and short instruction 630 oclock a m Mass and short instruc tion at 830 oclock a m The principal lecture at 730 oclock each evening NonCatholics are especially invited to attend these exercises Father Drury has devoted himself for several years almost exclusively to missionary work and is an instructive pulpit orator While the mis PhilipiGRAND CONCERT Will Bo Given at Phcenlx Hill by Mozart Symphony Orchestra The Mozart Symphony Orchestra dl rected by Prof Constantine Kollros will give its first grand concert at Phoenix Hill on Monday night The soloists will be Mrs Mamie Becker and Prof E Eichhorn the well known cornetist The programme will include Gambrinns March dedicated to the Gambrinus Society words by Prank A Lenz music by Prof C Kollros Von Webers Oberon Spring on the Rhine by a chorus of local singers directed by Prof P A Walz Mozarts Symphony in E flat a selected cornet solo from Verdi by Prof Eichhorn a selection from Gounods Faust LArdita a soprano solo by Mrs Becker and a selection from the King of Pilson The soloists and all the members of the Mozart Symphony Orchestra are Louis ville people Prof Kollrcs who has taken great pains to arrange this con cert has an abiding faith in nome talent He believes that the public should en courage and support the musicians who spend their money here It will be the first concert of the season and should be well attended Louisville people annually spend large sums to hear foreign artists when they have as good talent at home If they awake to realize this the fame of Louisville as a musical center will be widespread i1- C1 BOOMING as Ladies Auxiliary Has Quo Hundred and TwentySeven Charter Members Great Enthusiasm Displayed at J the Last IISoclet Miss Mamie Foley Was Elected Its County President Wednesday NEW MEMBERS WERE OBLIGATED The Ladies Auxiliary A O H held the most successful meeting since its organization at Hibernian Hall on last eightyladlesbers 127 certainly an excellent begin ning All present Wednesday evening jwere enthusiastic Miss Mary Cavanaugh the President occupied the chair and ob ligated fortyseven new members They MaryDunnA N Cunningham and Misses Mary Ryan Hickey Margaret Murphy Etta Martine Bridget Hanrahan Mary L Campbell r MaryBurnsgie Shaughnessy Rena Monihan Annie Butler Anna May OBrien Mary ONeill Annie Bohan Annie Howard Nellie C Kerr Nora McGinty Mary Kerr Mayme Kilcannon Mary OConnor Mayme Stephens Mary Kelly Lena Kessler and Mary Crowley After the impressive ceremonies of obligating the new mem bers was concluded State President Thomas Keenan made a brief address urging regular attendance on the part of new and old members and told of the membershipinannounced that there remained thirtysix members to be obligated They were not present at the meeting but will be obligated at the next The treasury was shown to be in splendid condition State President Keenan told of the move that was on foot to bring Miss Maud MacCartby the Irish violinist here foralleasloneperformancerand spoke feelingly of the work Miss Mac Carthy was engaged in The members of the auxiliary grew enthusiastic over the proposition to have the young Irish musician perform in Louisville and promised every aid in their power to make the concert a success State Secretary William T Meehan ex plained the constitution and bylaws sec I tion by section In the routine work of the evening great assistance was rendered the officers by President Hennessey ofii t Division 4 David OConnell Thomas Walsh Thomas Lynch Thomas Callahan t and others Effective work was also done by the Secretaries Misses EllarOConnell and Julia Kelly Nominations for County President were declared in order and the following nomi nations were made Miss Mary Sheridan Mrs Thomas P Clines and Miss Mimic Foley Miss Foley received the majority of votes but before the vote was an nounced Miss Foley was elected by acclamation on the motion of Miss Sheridan seconded by Mrs Clines Miss Foley is a good organizer and an ener getic worker She has aided materially in building up the auxiliary and will prove a capable and discreet officer In accepting office Miss Foley made a brief address of thanks and promised faithful service Miss Mary Sheridan also made a brief talk on the progress the auxiliary had made n The ladies showed anxiety to get down 1selectionessary committees will be appointed fet the next meeting Thomas Walsh the well known attor ney was called upon for a speechand in response said that as he was a bach elor if asked to make a selection from among the members of the auxiliary be would have a difficult time selecting his choice from such an aggregation of fern mine beauty He also told the ladiesxthat they as members of the auxiliary wouldenjoy the blessed privilege of staying out at night and going to lodge but he advised them all to go home sober His happy remarks were receivediwith enthusiast The society adjourned to meet next l Friday night when the committees are importantbusiness JOHN HOURIQAN ILL u John Hourigan the wellknown hack man who has been confined to his home by illness during the past five weeks has 1 grown worse and is now unable to leave his bed He is suffering from a compli cation of stomach troubles Many of his friends have called to see him at his resi dence 1526 Lytle street t FIFTY YEARS Right Rev Bishop Maes sent out let ters this week inviting his priests to the celebration of the golden jubilee of the Covington diocese which occurs at the Cathedral next Sunday After the high mass the Bishop will entertain at dinner j- r r U i Y J fIi P F 1 II3rzPuoIr IRISH A ticaJ KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN Bevoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans IKENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Entered at tho Lotttavllle Postofflce as Secoud Class Matter- Adelletl ill Communications to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Green Street UNION TRADES Laee COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 24 1903 DEMOCRATIC TICKET StateGovernor r JJ C W BECKHAM Lieutenant Governor- W P THORNE Auditor- S W HAGER Treasurer- H MBOSWORTH Attorney General- N B HAY- SSecretary ol State H V MCHESNEY InstructionrJ H FUQUA SR Commlsslonef of Agriculture HUBERT VREELAND Clerk of Court of Appeals J MORGAN CHINN Railroad Commissioners First District MD FERGUSON Second District C C MCHORD Louisville and Jefferson County Judge of Jefferson Circuit Court Criminal Branch JOSEPH PRYOR e Judge ol Jefferson Circuit Court Chancer Branch Division No1 SHACKELFORD MILLER Judge of Jefferson Circuit Court Chancer Division No2 SAMUEL B KIRBY Pleas Division No11 Judge ol Common EMMET FIELD Judge ol Jefferson Circuit Court Common Pleas Branch Division No2 THOMAS R GORDON Judge of Jefferson Circuit Court Common Pleas Branch Division No 3 UPTON W MUIR Clerk of the Jefferson Circuit Court WILLIAM L WELLER JR Commonwealths Attorney Jefferson Clrcul Court JOSEPH M HUFFAKER State Senator Thirtyseventh District LABAN PHELPS For the Legislature Fortyfourth District HERMAN D NEWCOM- BFortyflfth District JOHN M LETTERLE Fortysixth District CHRIS MUELLER Fortyseventh District LAWRENCE REICHERT Fort eighth District JAMES P EDWARDS Fortyninth District- H P MDONALD Fiftieth District- JJ C OCONNOR Fiftyfirst District t THOMAS DREWRY For Constable of Eighth Magisterial DIs trlct A B HACKEL Park Commissioners BISCOE HINDMAN ISAAC P MILLER BASIL DOERHOEFER Aldermen Q W EMBRY ABNER HARRIS OWEN TYLER HUMPHREY KNECHT JAMES B SMITH PAUL BARTH DR R B GILBERT W JJOHEARN J GEORGE MILLER DR J W FOWLER CHARLES F TAYLOR JOSEPH NEVIN Councilmen Flat Ward AJEIZOT JJOHN BARON Second Ward SB B BUCKLE ANTON SCHWIETERS Third Ward T1J YEAGER AJDOMECK 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 COHN ALBERT 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 Fortysixth District CHARLES A LANG Fortyseventh District BEN STEHLINJ- RFartyelgltth District CHAPMAN YOUNG FartyRlnth District DR JW GALVIN fiftieth District DR R E GALVIN u first District JOSEPH B ATKINSON n 0 f SUPPLY GOOD READING Good reading should be provide in every home and we cowmen tbe timely warning of the venei able editor of tbe Providence Visitor who says Now that the long evenings are approaching more attention will be given to reading by the young people and it is therefore a time for parents to exercise a wise supervision over the quality of the mental pabulum that is engaging the inter est and attention of their children With the flood of trash that iis upon the market the duty become all the more imperative lest incal culable injury be done to the yours mind The best antidote agains an awakening interest in reading that is injurious is the providing of good and wholesome books and there is no lack of these providing intelligent care is employed in tbe selection If the taste is properl cultivated and the intelligent aroused to an appreciation of tbe good then there will be littl danger of the trashy stuff claiming attention The misfortune is that parents do not pay sufficient attention to tbe reading matter that finds its way to their children They may exercise due care as to the associate with whom the young people mingle may wisely regulate the hours when they must be withil doors but what avails this if they permit their homes to be invader by reading matter of an objec tionable character and which may have a most destructive influence upon the young and untrained mind There is no better investment on the part of aparent that the outlay made for good books by which the desire for interesting reading may be met and the door thus barred against the admissiot of novels and the like that are no worth tbe paper upon which they are printed even if a worse charge can not be made against them CAMPAIGN OF SLANDER The Republican candidates cam paign orators and press have fur nished so many themes for Dem ocrats to refute in the local and State campaign that to answer them all would require the space ol several newspapers Whenever at evil thought occurred to a Repub icon it seenis as though he gave utterance to it and blamed the evil on tbe Democratic party At the big Democratic rally held at Music Hall Tuesday night the several speakers took up and refuted many of the charges made by the Repub licans Able addresses were made by Judge Alex Humphrey Judge Joseph T ONeal Alderman Uri Anthony J Carroll Alderman James J Fitzgerald and others Each and all of them made effective arguments but it seems that Mr Fitzgerald struck a keynote when he said the Republicans were con ducting a campaign of falsehood and slander and had seemed to concentrate their slanders on the officers of the Criminal Court It has been heralded abroad that the local nominees of the Repub lican ticket are honorable men Are they Honorable men are not liars Honorable men do not go on the stump and accuse the officers of the court of being bought then enter the jury room and say I did not say it and then come out and take the stump and reiter ate their former charges Now these men either lied on the stump or they lied in the grand jury room If they will lie to get an office they will lie to hold it Take the Republican ticket from i c one end to the other and examin its personnel Are any of these men representative citizens They may be representative business met or able lawyers but are there any of them you are glad to call you friend Compare them with tbe Democratic candidates From firs to last the Democratic nominees are representative of the people tbey have been chosen to serve Many of them have held office before andI have honorable records We cannot say as much for the Republican nominees The Worlds Fair popularit contest conducted by the Kentuck Irish American moves merrily on Friends of the various candidate continue to pile up votes for their favorites and several of those whi ran behind are now forging to the front so that the present leader are not likely to have things aU their own way It is understood that several members of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Ancient Order of Hibernians have united on a can didate in the single ladies race Look out for the girls when thei get started The first encyclical letter of his Holiness Pope Pius X breathes a spirit of piety and love for the church that would indicate that he is indeed the Ignis Ardens of St Malachis prophecy In speaking of the necessity of more priests our Holy Father insists that our clergy must be apostles of the Divine Word first and scholars afterward The document appeals to the laity as well as to the clergy and th burden of his prayer to priest and people is that they may help him in his effort of restoring all things to Christ England has more trouble on her hands The Canadian people and officials protest against the decision in the Alaskan boundary case As had been expected the aware favors the claims of the United States Government which of course was a severe blow to the Canadian land grabbers Now the anger of these one time loyal colonist knows no bounds and some of their leaders threaten secesssion More power to them Monday Tuesday and Wednes day will be supplemental registration days Only those who were out of the city during the regular- registration days or who were pre vented from registering by illnes of themselves or members of their family will be allowed to register Every voter in the city should register if he has not already done so ENGINEER DEAD Patrick McMahon Was the Husband of a Louisville Girl Word was received here Tuesday of the death of Patrick McMahon which oc curred at his home in Bloomington ill He had many friends in Louisville and about three years ago married Miss Mary Keating a well known young lady of the East End McMahon was an engineer in the employ of the Chicago Sc Alton railroad and won fame a few years ago by lakluga fourcar special train a distance of 127 miles in 126 minutes and making three stops en ronte His death resulted from typhoid fever To make his death loubly sad his wife is ill of the same disease and can not be told of her husbands lemise He leaves two small children Mrs McMahons parents Mr and Mrs Dan Keating left here Tuesday night to attend the funeral LUCKY ESCAPE Thomas J Langan a switchman in the mploy of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company had a narrow escape from death early last Saturday morning While switching near Sixth and Shipp streets Mr Langan was struck in the ace by a hanging telephone wire and rould haveJjeen knocked off the car bad le not saved himself by grasping the brake handle His injuries were painful but not serious Officials of the Home Tele hone Company whose wire it was caused the accident have done everything in heir power to alleviate his suffering FEDERATION BLESSED His Holiness Pope Pius X has sent his blessing to the American Catholic Federation It came in the form of a cablegram addressed to Bishop Messmer of Green Bay Wis In part His Holiness MYSIII very joyfully impart the apos t01lc blessing to the American Federation appreciateplembersBlshop Mesemer has trans lilted the communication to Anthony latre National Secretary of the Fed ration a i SOGIETV8f- iS69 9 Miss Mary Hayes of Frankfort wit spend the winter in this city Mrs Walter Lincoln entertained her eighthand euchre club on Thursday Miss May Tighe enjoyed pleasant visi with Miss Agnes Stoecker at Bardstown Miss Rebecca McElroy of Lebanon iis visiting Miss Laeta Duffy in Jeffersonville Miss Myrtle McMininR has been the guest of Miss Alice Hagan at Harrods burgMrs Thomas OConnor of Knoxville is visiting Mrs John F OBrien of 1424 Garvin Place Miss Ella Broderick left Thursday to spend the winter with friends in Saratoga and Troy N V Mrs James Hines and daughter Miss Bessie have returned from a delightfu visit toDawson Springs Mrs Elijah Bohon who was the gues of Dr and Mrs August Keim at Mem phis returned home yesterday Mrs Henry Besten entertained her euchre club at her beautiful home in the Highlands on Tuesday afternoon Miss Edith Malone left Monday for Manhattanville where she is attending school at the Convent of of the Sacred Heart Miss Julia Connelly of Bullitt street is recovering from a slight indisposition This news will be hailed with delight by her host of admirers John E Joy and Miss Edna I Shepherd popular young people of New Albany will be married at Holy Trinity churcl on Wednesday evening Mrs James McKenna and daughter Mary Josephine of Fairfield have re turned home after a pleasant visit to Charles White Mrs McKennas father Miss Nellie Wathen has returned from Bardstown where she spent ten weeks as the guest of relatives Her cousin Mia Alma Wathen accompanied her and wit be her guest for several weeks A handsome baby boy has arrived to brighten the home of Mr and Mrs Jame Duane at Sixth and Park avenue Mother and child are progressing favor ably and the father is receiving congrat ulations The Hon Michael OSulHvan of Shel- byville formerly a member of the Legis lature visited friends in Louisville last week During his stay he was welcome caller at the office of the Keutucky Irish AmericanMr Mrs James Monroe of Chicago visited friends in Louisville dnrinj the present week They will leave aboni November 1 on a visit to California Mrs Monroe was formerly Miss Katie Bree o LouisvillePatrolman John J Beirne is taking his well earned vacation this week Instead of spending it away from home he say he is visiting all his Democratic friend and discussing the coming election and Democratic victory Mrs Patrick Burke on West Market street celebrated her birthday last Sun day She was surprised by a number of her relatives and friends who called to congratulate her and wish her many happy returns of the day Another fine baby boy has arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Michael J Hogan 1225 Christy avenue Mrs Hogan and the baby are progressing favorably and Mr Hogans friends arc wishing him many happy returns of the day Miss Mamie Neabor and Thomas Han Ion prominent young people of the West End were united in matrimony at the Sacred Heart church Thursday afternoon A reception at the home of the bride fol lowed the ceremony Mr and Mrs Han Ion have gone East to spend their honey moon There are few more generally known Irish Americans in Louisville than Tim Griffin A few years ago no gathering of Irishmen was complete without him Pot fourteen months he was confined to his home but his many friends will be glad to hear that he is now able to be out and around A surprise party in honor of Miss Mary Bowlings thirteenth birthday was given at her residence Twentieth and Jefferson streets Monday night Those present were Misses Mary Bowling Ida Hub uch May Howard Margaret McGovern Nary and Margaret Dalton Sadie and tuna May Wenstefeld Helen Riley Katie and Elizabeth Doerhoefer and Masters Walter and Joe Higgins Edwin Jast Tony Hubbucb Leo Bowling Edward Schrader and Irwin Bowling Theodore Scbultbeis manager for Ben Horstman at Fifth and Green streets and a very popular young man has gone to spend a vacation of ten days at Jasper Ind Jasper has furnished a number of beautifuland cultured women to Louis tile and rumor has it that Mr Schult teis is going to help Jasper in its good work by bringing another beauty to this ity If hedoes not bring herhome now he is simply paving the way for bringing her In the future and he has many wishes for his success In either event John A Cody of New Albany and Miss Margaret Mary Arnold of this city will be united in matrimony at the Church of the Sacred Heart at 4 oclock Wednesday afternoon Mr Cody is a popular oung railroad man Miss Arnold was for several years Assistant Secretary of tie Louisville Commercial Club and is a young lady of culture and charming ersonality Both the young people have lany riendi whoisb them unalloyed list o pjArthrough life Then happy couple will begin housekeeping In New Albany CARDINAL GIBBONS Sang the Requiem Mass At Funeral j of Archbishop Haiti of St Louis The remains of Archbishop John J Kain were consigned to earth in Calvary cemetery St Louis on Wednesday His body lies beside that of his illustrious predecessor the late Most Rev Arch bishop Kenrick Twelve priests of the St Louis arch diocese went to Baltimore and accom panied the remains of their beloved Archbishop to St Louis arriving there on Saturday The body was token to the archepiscopal residence where it lay in state all day Sunday and Monday At dusk Monday evening the remains were conveyed to the Cathedral where thousands took the last look at their dead prelate on Tuesday The solemn funeral services were held on Wednesday His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons celebrated the solemn mass of requiem Archbishops Glennon Harty Elder and Bishop holey pronounced the final abso- lutions The funeral sermon was preached by Archbishop John J Keant of Du buque who had been Archbishop Kaina friend from boyhood The eminent speaker paid a high tribute to the life and work of the dead prelate One hundred seminarians sang the music of the requiem mass Thousands of Catholics clergy and laymen followed the remains to the grave AWFUL DEATH Came to Frank J Curran a Highly Respected Rail road Employe Frank J Curran a brakeman on the Southern railroad met a sudden and awful death on Tuesday In endeavoring to jump from the train he fell beneath the wheels of the locomotive and was ground to death The remains were re moved to the family residence 2540 St Cecilia street The funeral took place from St Cecilias church on Thursday morning The deceased was twenty nine years old He leaves a widow and three small children Although the deceased had only lived in Louisville four years he was highly respected both by his fellowworkmen and neighbors His griefstricken widow and children have the sympathy of many friends in their sudden and untimely be reavement TO BE MADE CARDINAL It is semi authoritatively announced from Rome that Monsignor Merry del Val now acting Papal Secretary of State will be raised to the dignity of Cardinal at the consistory in November and will be formally appointed Papal Secretary of StateMonsignor Del Val will be the youngest of the living Cardinals as he is still under forty years of age His father was a Spaniard of noble family and splendid attainments while his mother was an Irish lady Young Del Val received his early education under the Jesuits at Stony hurst College England His higher education he received in the Academy of Nobles in Rome His father was appointed Spanish Ambassador to the Vatican about the same time that Mon signor Del Val was ordained and the young priest was almost immediately made private secretary to the Pope Last July he was appointed secretary of the conslstorial congregation and Acting Secretary of State positions which he has capably filled ever since In Rome he is regarded as one of the ablest young diplomats He is familiar with the Eng lish French Spanish and Italian lan guages and a man of profound scholar ship yet like Pius X a friend of the poor and bumble JUDGE ODOHERTV IN NELSON Judge Matt ODoherty spoke in the interest of the Democratic ticket at Bardstown Monday afternoon and at I New Haven at night Both speechesI were enthusiastically received Judge ODoheaty in each address de scribed what had happened in Kentucky under Republican rule and contrasted it with the prosperity that had come to the State under the administration of Gov Beckham HIS HEALTH IMPROVED The Very Rev Father Albert Phelan of the Passionist Order who has been ill of malaria at the Passionist Retreat West Hoboken is rapidly recovering It la expected that he will be back in Louis ville about November 1 Father Phelan has been Prior of the Sacred Heart Re treat here for about a year He has quite- a reputation as a pulpit orator in the East but has been seldom heard In Louis ville COMING EUCHRES The Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies and the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America are rapidly disposing of the tickets for their espectlve euchres The Federation euchre will be given at Liederkranz Hall on tbe eveningof Thursday November 19 The atholic Knights and Ladies of America will hold their euchre at Phrenis Hill Park on Monday evening November 9- At each of these affairs handsome and natty prizes will be awarded NAIL IN FOOT Edward A Burke one of the Louisville 8t Nashville Railroad Companys civil engineers while engaged in supervising the erection of the new shops at South onisville stepped on a nail Thursday Ind was painfully injured Unless lock JAW develops Mr Burke will soon be able to resume Ida duties He Is a ton of Lleat Ed Burke u T- ci T H tmmmmmimwmm mimmmmmnmI mimmmmites1 FIRST GRAND CONCERT = tw = Mozart Symphony Orchestral w w Phoenix Hill ParK Hall Monday Oct 26 1903 3U PROGRAMME 2 CornetF 3= I Gambrinus March Words by F A Lenz Music by C Kollros w Dedicated to the Gambiinus Society =3 WeberEa= United Singers of Louisville Prof SBrettAug + MozartE2 Z = VerdiProfTM Gounods2= 7 VArditaSoprano Solo Luigi Arditi p= Mrs Mamie Becker ZZt w 8 SelectionKing of Pilson Arranged by Witmark M UU DANCING AFTER TUB CONCERT FREE 2 E ADMISSION 50 CENTS 3l1U1U11i1111U111111i11LULU IIILII1LLLLU111llllilli LULL iI11iU111 11i IRISH 8OCIETYD1RECTORl RYt t A O 11- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Toes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentMike Tynan DoughertyRecording Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank Stree- tTreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentJohn J Sullivan Recording SecretaryEdward J Kei ranFinancial Secretary John T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Mouth QuinnViceCooneyRecording Financial Secretary William Burns 807 Twentythlrdstreet TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmspat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednea day Evenings of Each Month HennessyVice LynchRecording Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 616 West Chestnut ReillyTreasurer DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE- Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall KinneyPresidentFrank HoganViceLynchSecretaryJohn TreasurerMike Kenney Financial Secretary Thomas OHern Y I I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 630 Twentysixth Street MurphyFirstW Born traegerSecond Vice PresidentHugh Higgins Recording SecretaryGeo F Simonis Corresponding SecretaryFrank G AdamsFinancial SecretaryDan Weber 254f St Cecilia street- TreasurerJoseph Steltenpohl MarshalWilliam Shaughnessy Inside SentinelRobert Osborne Outside Sentinel Pat Connolly IN MEMORIAM Resolutions OH Patrick Lwcey Death Adopted by His Co Workers in Charity At a meeting of the St Louis Bertrand conference of the Society of St Vincent de Paul held last Sunday resolutions were adopted in memory of the late Pat rick Lucey its Vice President and one of its charter members The funeral of Mr Lucey last week was one of the largest that ever visited St Louis Bertrands church and showed in a slight degree the esteem in which ne was held and the funeral oration preached by the Rev Father McFeeley who had known the deceased for more than thirty years was a fitting tribute to his worth The reso lutions of respect are as follows Whereas It has pleased God to call from our midst our beloved brother Patrick LuceYiaud- Whereas Brother Lucey having been a charter member of St Louis Bertrands conference as well as Vice President for a number of years therefore be it Resolved By St Louis Bertrands con ference that in the death of Brother Lucey we have sustained a severe loss inasmuch as he proved by his works that he was a faithful and devoted follower of St Vincent de Paul as well as one of the stanchest members of our conference and be it further Resolved That we extend to the be reaved family of our departed friend and brother in St Vincent our most heartfelt sympathy in this their time of trial and sorrow reminding them however that after all this separation is only temporary and that we shall all be reunited one day in that kingdom which has no endResolved That these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of the confer rare of St Louis Bertrand that a copy be tent to the family of our deceased brother and further that a copy be sent to the Catholic press of the city of Louisville MlCHAHI J WAUII JOHN H HSNNBS88Y W P MCDONOGH JOHN J SCORE Committee I DONTWAIT WAITTILL TILLYOU GETTHE THESHIVERS TO BUY HEAVIERUNDERWEAR UNDERWEARSEE SEETHE GREAT 50c AND 1 LINES AT LEVY BROS THIRD AND MARKET NfACAVLHYS EveningsMary ManneringThe Sfubbofness of Geraldine Thursday Friday and Saturday Evenings and Saturday Matinee J H STODDARD in The Bonnie Briar B- ushHOPKINS Week Commencing Sunday Matinee Oct 25 BVBRY AFTERNOON AND NIGHT CAPTAIN WEBBand troupe of trained seals and sea lions MISS WYNNE WINSLOW the beautiful high class soprano fir and Mrs Jack Burch withstartling feats of legerdemain Charles Hooker Hnd LaBelle Davis two clever dancers Saona the famous imper sonator Trolley Car Trio comedy acrobats Mr and Mrs Walter Deaves with a marionette turn and Rosi Bros acrobats MASONIC THEATER 4th end Chestnut Opp Postofflce 30 Exits Absolutely Fireproof 30 Ellis Herne ORDER SEATS BY PHONE Oomb1l54 2095mall1Week Commencing Monday Evening Oct 26 The Prince of Entertainer GEORGE SIDNEY IN BUSY IZZY The greatest musical luce comedy the road Superb uencrr novel enacts beautful chorus and sparkling male Bargain Matinees Wednesday Thurs day and Saturday 10 and 25 cents Night I5c 25c 35c 60c 75c no higher BUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY OCT 25 ttlaeti Bnndty Monday Wednesday Batarday Harry Bryants Burlesquers Al Cameron The RacKetts Matt Kennedy Darmody The RacKetts Fannie Everett Harry Bryant- See the new departure in burlesque liThe False Alarm tII Ft KERSTING JewelerAND Optician- 8th and Market Sts Phone Main 3854A ri1 r S R NTUCKY IRisFi AltaRIOAN 1111 1 1 I Hotl H+lH 1 1 1 + HOME PHONE 88ACUMBERLAND 123 f J J BARRETT71r FUNERAL DIRECTOR EMBALMERd838 EAST MAIN STREET With the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business T of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street 1 MRS JOHN J BARRETT r1 11 1 1 1 1 1 HIlI 1 1 I 1 tt 11 I 11 ITHHH I I Hl 1 +1olo1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 l I K D BAX I FuneralDirector and Embalmer TELEPHONE aaao I CHESTNUTCarriages ST HENRY C LAUER TELEPHONE 1140 Fine Wines and Liquors Livery Boarding Stable 407 JEFFERSON ST 428 and 430 Branch House 908 West Market EAST JEFFERSON STREET MMHtMMtmn L HICKEYSAMPLE Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool M J HICKEY Proprietor atNomaM M M M M M I MI I H M M ttt + III I I t t JOHN xLFRA1VVALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE KY r PETER M ANDRIOT X SSONSN WAGONN MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST FOR BEST OLD MKENNA WHISKY CALL UPON w SEVENTHANDOAKSTSTEN I Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out BIG FOUR ROUTET- O IndianapolisPeoria CHICAGOAND INDIANA andu MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE No 259 Fourth Ave S J GATE8 General Agent Louisville Ky WARREN J LYNCH G P A WM P DEPPE A G P A CINCINNATI O i U a- J I THE NEW POLICY ISSUED BY The Prudential is a plain and simple promise to pay containing no confusing technicalities Ages 16 to 66 Amounts 500 to 100000 Pull particulars and sample policy at your age gladly furnished free on request to CLARENCE H ZOOK Speola1 Ayrent 3334 COURIERJOURNAL BLDG BOTH PHONES 3459 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 CB THOMPSON EJ1IaIsrROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jefferson SI Both Telephones 1050 AH orders receive prompt attention an satisfaction guaranteed WOULD REVOLT Speaking at a meeting at Baliborough in honor of the Robert Emmet centenary William Redmond M P declared that the Irish would follow in Emmets stepsI and free their country as the AmericansI did if they only had ths power to do so If they worked for their country in the British Parliament instead of Ireland iti was because they were using the only weapon at hand LEAP YEAR AFFAIR The Chrysanthemum Club an organization of popular young ladies v1ll give a Leap Year social and reception at Schriebers Hall on the night of Thursday October 29 An enjoyable evening fisI promised all who attend FOR THE CHURCH The ladies of the Altar Society of S Josephs church Bardstown served din ner and supper on Court House square on Monday and Tuesday Quite a neatl sum was realized BISHOP JANSSEN WINS Bishop Janssen of Belleville lIt hasI won his forcible ejectment suit against the Rev Joseph Mazotas the Lithuanian I priest who refused to be transferred toI another parish WANTED A place is open to a good girl whoI understands cooking and general home work no washing and ironing at 3025I West Market street Good wages andI home for right person u II f1 1 CUT THIS OUTyry6 i I Kg1TUcIc III ISH JJTERI41- bt0 DSFAI BflliliOT + FciI J A A I VOTK FOR L- X ul J ADDRESS N1o- M 6 J5 SIGNED rtK Saturday Oct 24r88 00+ + 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 lost Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The Rev Father Bower of Youghal has been transferred to Carrigtwohlll Edward OSullivan a well known shipwright died recently at his home in QueenstownKing and Queen Alexandra have ordered suit patterns of Morrogh tweeds from Cork mills William Gabon of Killedangan died in a hospital as the result of Injuries re ceived while out hunting Mrs Mary McSorley a highly re spectedJady of Trillick died recently at the age eightyone years John Lee a farmer died as the result of falling from his wagon on the road from Inchigeela to Macroom James Gorman a resident of Cahir was struck on the head with a stone thrown by n soldier and seriously injured Capt Shawe Taylor urges a conference of several Irish Archbishops and Catholic laymen with a view toward placing Irish colleges on a higher plane Owing to the failure of crops this year the tenants in Galway are in a very dis tressed condition and have called upon landlords to reduce the rent Tenants on the Bunbury Drummond Lord Emly Deane and Lord Gough estates are taking steps toward the pur chase of their holdings under the new land grant Thomas Coughlan died in the Macroom poorhouse recently and 825 was found in his clothing He had made a will in favor of a nephew who lives somewhere inAmericaThe of the Dominican convent Taylors Hill Galway have won mauy successes in examinations this year at the Royal University Intermediate and South Kensington academies Daniel OSullivan an old and respected farmer of Shessio near Feenagh dropped dead on a field near his home He had been in ill health for several months but his sudden death was a great shock to his family and friends Vandals recently visited the Abbey of St Finan on Church island Waterville lake County Kerry and after breaking the chalice stone of the altar broke open several tombs and scattered skulls and bones in all directions Capt Farle harbor master at Water- ford and Peter Lawler master of a dredger were drowned by the capsizing of g small boat Henry Hicks a carpen ter who was with them in the boat managed Jto swim ashore The Rev Father Scollard known in literary circles as SHev na Mon parish priest at Shanacluan County Kerry is peopledfrom emigrating He has introduced car petmaking and weaving in his parish and has established free library Mr and Mrs Michael Murphy of Cappa Kilrusb have received the sad intelligence of the death of their eldest son William J Murphy who died in the Philippine islands last May The deceased was chief engineer of the United States coast guard steamer Falaman The Rev Father Kavanagh the his torlan of 1798 has been transferred from Limerick to Wexford Before his depart ure for his new mission a deputation from the Sarsfield Branch of the United Irish League waited upon him at the Francis can Convent and presented him with an address The tenants on the Duke of Lelnsters Maynooth and Athy estates which com prise 44000 acres have arranged with the trustees for the purchase of their buildings on thefollowing terms Twenty five years purchase all arrears to March purchasetmoney September rent to be forgiven Interest on purchase money to begin this month and sporting right to be reserved to the Duke CARNEGIES aims ofICork on Wednesday and laid the cornerstone of the new free library to which he had contributed 50OOQ White in Cork Mr Carnegie was given the freedom of the city He appears greatly pleased with his reception in Ireland From Cork Mr Carnegie went to Queeustown where be boarded the ateamer Cedric to return to New York While in Queens town he gave 5000 to aid in purchasing a new organ for the Catholic Cathedral in that dty J n r EVICTIONS Havo Been Resumed on the Do Freyno Estates in Ire land a While the Mon Are in England Their Families Are Dispossessed Heartrending Scenes When Sov eral Families Were Thrown Out THE CURSED WORK WILL CONTINUE The eviction campaign on the De Freyne estates in Ireland was resumed on Monday October 5 In view of the recent land legislation and the sale of the adjoining estates to the tenants a week previous the tenants on the DC Freyne estate were lured into a condition of false security The last thing they expectedwas a visit from the bailiffs One who witnessed the evictions writes as follows The way to the first family to be evicted lay through roads almost impass able with flooding Several times the police cyclists had to dismount and lift their machines on the banks Thomas Scullys of Cloonreigh was the first farm visited The dwelling was a miser able cabin the greater portion ofwhich was given up to the accommodation of the few fourfooted animals in the ten ants possession The farm was five acres in extent of which four were ara ble The rent was 18 and there was three years due The tenant is in Eng land at the harvest and all the wife could offer was two years rent After a little delay this was procured and she was left in undisturbed possession By this time a great crowd collected who indulged in emphatic expressions of disapproval at the movements of the evicting party John Fitzgibbon Patrick Conry Denis Johnson and other prominent United Irish Leaguers arrived at this stage and followed the evicting party during the remainder of the day The next place yisited wqs Patrick Greallys of Clooncagh The tenant is in England His wife stated that all the money she had in the world was 12 The farm is a joint holding with another acreage five and the joint rent is 3075 a year Greally offered one years rent and costs but the agent refused to accept it and having given directions to have the place cleared proceeded to the othe- house Thomas Kennys who is also at the English harvest The house is a mere cabin the entrance being a narrow causeway close to a cesspool Mrs Kenny said she was unable to pay and the bailiffs were not long in clearing out the furniture The agent then returned to Mrs Greally and offered to forego some of the arrears if Mrs Greally would be come tenant of the two holdings but she protested that sooner than do so she would take her children and walk into the lake adjoining When the bailiff was about nailing up the door Mrs Greally rushed at him and tried to wrest the door away and the police had too come to the bailiffs aid and hold her Two of her children lust then turned up from school and finding their mother iin the grasp of the police they cried piteously and endeavored to release her The scene was painfully sad and the crowd gave vent to their feelings in groans and execration While standing talking to one of his men the agent Flanagan had a narrow escape from being struck with a large stone which was flung at him by a mem ber of the crowd which was at once dis persed by the police As it was now 3 oclock no further evictions could be carried out As the eviction party were leaving they were vigorously groaned and the agent was treated to a fnsilade of cabbages and sods In the townland where the evictions took place the farms are very small arid population greatly- congested Five families live on fourtee- acres of which one tenant owns one third Of these five tenants one has eight in family and two of the others have nine children each The evictionss will be continued I Think of this and in a civilized coun try Women and children thrown oat on the roadside while the husbands and fathers are ia England working like slaves to raise tbtCIIrent Tia iis a sample ofEnglish of tiOfr I HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Quite a delegation will leave this dty Wednesday afternoon to visit Division 1 of Covington that evening Division 4 of West Duluth is organ iring its own degree team and has secured the paraphernalia for degree work Division 4 will initiate a large class next Wednesday night Those who have proposed candidates should see they are presentDivision 1 meets next Tuesday night and it is hoped there will be a big attend ance to hear Newton G Rogers who will deliver an address The fair given by Company C Hiber nian Rifles of Providence has proven a greater success than was expected by the committee on arrangements- At a recent meeting of Division 1 of Minneapolis the Rev Father Harrington addressed the members telling the story of his recent travels in Ireland The ad dress was properly appreciated Division 18 of Providence shows it has come to stay During the last three months its membership has increased three score and the financial record for the same period shows a net gain of 100 At a recent meeting of the newly or ganized branch of the Ladies Auxiliary at Utica N Y the degrees were con ferred on a large class of candidates and the Rev Father White made an address appropriate to the occasion The matter of creating a higher degree for members of the order to be known as an order of knighthood has been dis cussed by the National officers and direct ors but its formal consideration has been deferred to the national convention Members of the order should never be without the emblematic button of the order You never know when it will prove beneficial to you Only a few weeks ago Michael Callanan of Chicago dropped dead at Cone Iowa He had gone West to make his fortune and died before he made any acquaintances His body was about to be consigned to a paupers grave when a Hibernian recog nized the button and an investigation followed The dead man was found to be a member of the order in good standing not only in the fraternal but in the in surance branch The remains were brought to Chicago and interred with full1 Hibernian honors BUCKINGHAM Harry Bryants Burlesquers will be the attraction at the Buckingham Theater next week A feature of interest will be the girl firemen in the burlesque A enterrtakers will be Al Cameron Matt Kenndy the Racketts Fannie Everett Cosmore and Florence Harry Dryact aud the Im penal Japanese troupe The usual mati nees will be given MACAULEYS That distinguished actress Mary Man nering comes to Macauleys during the first half of next week in The Stubborn ness of Geraldine a play in which she achieved success in the East The en gagement will continue Monday Tuesday and Wednesday evenings and WednesdayI matinee J H Stoddard the veteran actor will present the Bonnie Brier Bush on Thursday Friday and Saturday nights and Saturday matinee MASONIC THEATER Busy Izzy with George Sidney iin the title role and his big supporting com pany of fortyfive people will be the at traction at the Masonic Theater next week Mr Sidney is the clever comedian connected with Ward and Vokes for sev eral years as the impersonator of Hebrew characters As the star in tile mirthful1 farce comedy Busy lazy be has made the most pronounced success of his career The production abounds In catchy music gorgeous costumesgracefnl dances and clever specialties and taken altogether is one of the most popular eriter tainnents on the road HOPAIN9nThe Hopkins promises an excellent bill for next week Capt Webbs seals headed by the sealskin band will figure prominently among the entertainer These animals have been taught Many new tricks and are more interesting than ever Miss Wynne Winslow a of high order and t woman of atrikia beauty will be one ol 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Michael Monahan a teamster was thrown from his wagon at Fourteenth street and the canal on Thursday and in falling suffered a broken leg He was removed to the City Hospital where his Injuries were attended to EUCHRE IN NEW ALBANY The New Albany branch of the Cath olic Knights of America will give a Hal loween euchre at Holy Trinity Hall next Friday evening Quite a number of handsome prles will be awarded The committein charge of the arrangements Is made up of Patrick Kennedy G H Koetter Thomas Wall T Rectenwald and Con J McBarron PAINFUL INJURIES Patrick Donnelly Sr the venerable father of Patrick Donnelly Jr the gro cer at Seventeenth and Bank streets sus sustained painful injuries Wednesday evening as the result of falling down a flight of stairs at his home Mr Don Seriousreleaf reports he was retting easy Fall Styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas CAR RAROS CAFEuIITALIAN SPAGHETTI TELEPHONE 76101 N E Corner Third and Green Sts SMOKE and ENJOY r COOIEY KENNEDYS 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Companyi i DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OFIII ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND r I nonuments IWrI I I Artlitle Work Only Solicited Workshops and Sttdln Cmr WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET II- WBDHRu4HUH U DRINK=Hofbrau t senor Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMANry aRE ING OOJtIPANYJNO- PRPORArEDEtEPHONE 4t12 x ITI4tlIVIL7a7 KX- r r 1 y 7- 1n sTI OUR GREAT STOCK OF I 0i II Never have we experienced such huge Dress Goods business as I now Our counters and shelves are piled high with a selection of fab 10 rics that took months to collect The very best values to be had in Louisville today come from our Dress Goods Department Ii 35 ofCinchesigreen exceptionalvalue o Stylish Mixed Check Suit 50eForo 38 inches wide in blue o brown green and black effects A cloth that is strictly allwool and very stylish for childrens dresses AllwoolCo V o wide in royal blue reseda rose tan and myrtle green i Bet Third and Third and Fourth In Holy Gross Church Blessed With Solemn Ceremonies Sunday Eloquent Sermon On tho Rosary Preached by Rev Father Heagan A Great Crowd Attended the Services and Recited the Rosary FATHER YORK PRAISES THE DONORS Holy Cross church at Thirty second and Broadway was the scene of solemn ceremonies last Sunday afternoon when the three handsome uew altars were blessed Although the ceremonies did not begin until 4 oclock the pretty little church was filled to overflowing half an hour before The Rev Father Matthew L Heagan O P an eloquent young Dominican began the ceremonies with a sermon on the rosary and the rosary con fraternity Father Heagan told of the Albijenslar heresy in France of the appearance of St Dominic his zeal for the glory of God and the vision In which the Blessed Vir gin to him and bade him preach her rosary Father Heagan then sketched the labors of St Dominic among the Albijensiau heretics and of the annlhlla tion of the heresy The church he said was quick to recognize the efficacy of the rosary and for 700 years it has proven a great blessing to Christianity a real treasure to grace The reverend speaker told of the prayers that composed the rosary the Our Father and the Hall Mary In the one Jesus Christ the second person of the Blessed Trinity teaches us how to prayfirst for the glory of God and secondly for ourselves and our neigh bors In the other we learn the Hail Mary a prayer inspired by the words of the archangel who In his address to her who was to become the mother of God teaches us how to pray for her intercession And then he told of her answer to this salutation Behold the handmaid of the Lord Let it be done unto me ac cording to thy word In this her answer resembled the prayer of her Divine Son in his agony in the garden of Gethse mane Lord if it is possible let this chalice pass from me But Thy will not mine be done Father Heagan described the signifi cance of the two prayers and told of the fifteen mysteries of the rosary He said it was an appeal to the people to know Christ to inflame us with pious sentiments and to move our hearts to love God In reciting the rosary each prayed for allall prayed for each He said that all over the world and at all hours some one was reciting the rosary What a consolation it should be to members of the confraternity of the rosary when they retire to rest at night to know that some where some one was praying for them The reverend speaker also paid a high tribute to the Rev Father Cunningham pastor of Holy Cross church and told of the blessings he would bring on his con gregation by establishing a branch of the confraternity of the rosary In closing he read the brief from the Master Gen eral of the Dominican order authorizing him to bless the new rosary altar and to establish the confraternity in that church at the same time authorizing him to transfer the power of perpetuating the confraternity to Father Cunningham and the conditions under which the rosary altar was to remain privileged After that Father Heaganblessed the altar Immediatelyl ffollowing the Rev 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God had singled out the donors to receive particular blessings The recitation of the rosary follow and the ceremonies concluded with the benediction of the most blessed sacra ment The musicrendered by the choir added greatly to the solemnity of the ceremonies FATAL INJURIES Patrick Connorys Death Fol lows Street Car Accl dent Patrick Connery sixty years of age and a respected citizen of the East End was run over and so seriously injured ban East Jefferson street car Sunday night that he died Several hours later The QC cadent happened near the Allen Bradlej distillery on Hamilton avenue He was in the act of crossing the street and did not see the rapidly approaching car The car knocked him down and crushed his limbs and bead The unfortunat- man was removed to the City Hospital where he died without regaining con sciousness The remains were removed to the home of his daughter Mrs Nelli- Spencer 1424 Payne street The funeral took place from St Aloysius church on Wednesday morning The deceased had been employed at Cave Hill Cemetery during the past thirty two years He leaves a widow and the following children John Dan James and Edward Connery Mrs Nellie Spencer and Miss Maggie Conner He was a member of Division 2 Ancient Order of Hibernians and of thelCatholic Knights of America RECENT DEATHS Many friends of the family regretted to hear of the death of Daniel Hawley the infant son of Mr and Mrs Daniel Haw ley which occured at the family resi deuce 1723 Baird street on Tuesday The funeral took place on Thursday after noon Mrs Mary Riley a widow sixty years old was found dead in bed at her home 1622 Seventh street Wednesday after noon She leaves one son William Riley The deceased was highly respected The funeral took place from St Louis Bertrand church Friday morn aagCharles J Wuersh thirtynine years old died at the residence of his father iu law Baldwin Kremer 727 East Broadway on Friday evening of last week The deceased was highly respected in the community and his wife has the sym pathy of many friends in her bereave mint The funeral took place from St Martins church at 10 oclock Monday morning Mrs Mamie Stephenson widow of Harry Stephenson died at the residence of her soninlaw I W Hngelmeyer 514 West Chestnut street on Friday night of last week The deceased was well known apd highly respected for her many Chris tian virtues andunostentatious charity The funeral took place from the Church of the Immaculate Conception at 9 oclock Monday morning The bereaved family have the sympathy of many friends in their grief ALWAYS WELCOME QUEST The Very Rev Father Ward finrt COH suitor of the PasitiofllsU with head- gaartersin Hoboken N J is in Loess ville this week Father Ward was for merly Prior of the Sexed Heart Retreat here and bastnaeaJriends who are glad lo besot hie MMcVi hi the XsatII t FESTIVITIES In Honor of the Fiftieth Anni CornerStoneryryBlessing ISt Martins People Will Have a ParadeedTomorrow Monslguor ZublcrWIll Officiate at the Solemn High Mass I THE FEATURES IN THE CELEBRATION The people of St Martins congrega tion have everything in readiness for the auntyversary of the blessing of their church cornerstone At 10 oclock the Right Rev Monsignor Franz Zabler will cele RevsBishop McCloskey will occupy a throne in the sanctuary and the festival sermon will be preached by the Rev Father Hol wasea classmate of Monsignor Zabler when they were studying for the priesthood The choir under the direction of byean orchestra led by Prof George Kollros will render Wiegands Mass in Honor of the Immaculate Conception As an offertory pieceSuscipiat Dominus will be sung The grand street procession will form at Shelby and Gray streets at 130 oclock The route of the parade will be out Shelby to Broadway east to Logan south to Breckinridge west to Jackson north to Green east to Clay south to Chestnut east to Campbell south to Gray and back to the church where the parade will dis bandThe order of the procession will be as followsGrand Marshal Thomas J Gensle and aides George Springman and Henry Jansen platoon of mounted police Kur kampfl band aides representing the various societies participating in the procession Col Joseph Bctz Anton Leis man Frank Gensle Joseph Kircedorfer George Schumpp and Adam Weber the Louisville New Albany and Jefferson ville divisions of the Roman Knights of St John the SU Josephs Young Mens Society with Herman Lammers as Marshal St Martins Mens Society John Bott Marshal St Martins Brotherhood John Kehl Marshal Charles the Great Benevolent Society Frank Koerner Marshal Branch 6 Catholic Knights oftt America Charles Karr Marshal the Casino Society John KirchdorferMar shal mounted brigade of 100 men Mace doss Marshal Albert Kopp assistant trustees and elderly members of the con gregation in carriages- In the evening at 730 oclock the children of St Martins parochial school will give a festival entertainment in the school hall Every member of the conII gregston is expected to encourage the children by attending this entertainment III During its fifty years St Martins con gregation has had but three pastors the Rev Father Leander long since dead the Rev Father Ludgerus Beck now in New York and the Right Rev Mon- aiguorZebler the prevent pastor I Representatives all the German Catholic congregations in the city will assist at the exercises tomorrow CHEAP TRIP TO ST LOUIS The Southern Railway Company an ounces a f6 rate for the round trip f frm Louisville to St Louis the Worlds Paircity on November 7 and good two days The train will leave the Seventh street Union depot at 1015 p m For I full particulars inquire at the ticket offices 284 Fourth avenue or Seventh I street depot CJ a IHW THE + Ice Cream and Sherbets 9 HAVE THREL STRONG POINTS PURITY QUALITY PRICE ITry them and you will be convinced Cream shipped as far as 400 miles V HOME TELEPHONES 2144 AND 3968 I 629 EIGHTH STREET= ON COAL sugRestthathouse Our Coal is clean burns free from clinkers and hold fire over nigbt- Pittsburgh 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