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I IKENTUCKY IRll AMERICAN II VJLUME XL NO 19 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 7 1903 PRICE FIVE CENTS VICTORY 1 Perched On the Banners of tli Democratic Party In Kentucky Louisville Elects Her Full Quot of Judicial and Legisla tlvo Officers f A Thorough Organization Wan Responsible For Splendid Result GOOD MEN ELECTED TO OFFICE v The entire Democratic State ticket was elected In Kentucky on Tuesday by a decisive majority In Louisville the Democrats carried every office save that of one School Trustee in the Fortysixth Legislative district where Dr E L Carpenter was elected over Charles E Lang the Democratic and James Dorsey the Republican nominee The county of Jefferson including the city of Lousville gave Gov Beckham a majority of more than 0000 over his Republican opponent Notwithstanding the fact that the Re publicans made strenuous efforts in behalf of Col Henry L Store their nominee for Judge of the Criminal Court and Mired Selligman nominee for Commonwealths Attorney both of these candidates were defeated Col Stone by more than 4000 votes and Selligman by 6000 Col Belknap carried only one ward in the city the Fifth which is largely populated with negroes At that Col Belknap only received fortyone votes more than Gov Beckham The election passed off very quietly considering the fact that it was a State election In only one precinct did any serious trouble occur That was at Four teenth and Green streets where opposing election officers indulged in a revolver duel and the Democratic judge of the election was wounded Joseph Pryor who was elected Judge of the Criminal Court Judges Shackelford Miller and Samuel B Kirby of the Chancery Court Judges Emmet Field Thomas R Gordon and Upton Muir Judges of the Common Pleas divisions are all excellent men fair minded and t wnuere etecJlorneaustfable jur k the dignity of the law will be upheld in Louisville The election of Joseph M Huffaker as Commonwealths Attorney means that his efforts in the prosecution of crime have been appreciated and ap proved by the people Among the members of the Legislature who have been elected to represent this city who should make his mark is a brilliant young IrishAmerican lawyer James C OConnor He will reflect credit on his constituency the people of the Tenth ward Among the gentlemen who were elected Aldermen are William J OHearn Dr Joseph W Fowler Joseph Nevin and Charles F Taylor all men of ability in telligence and high moral character The other Aldermen are good men too but the four named are expected Jo guard well the interests of the city In the lower board of the General Council from Augustus J Bizot down to Thomas Moran and DrDrake in the Twelfth ward all are good representative men With such a General Council Louisville should make great strides within the next two yearsThe School Board will possess oeveral new faces this year Phil B Thomas Dr E L Carpenter Ben Stehlin and Chap man Young Of these Dr Carpenter although a Democrat ran as an inde pendent candidate and beat both the Democratic and Republican nominees The people of the Second and Third wards were not satisfied with Charles E Lang the incumbent School Trustee and voted for Dr Carpenter awell known and popular man with the people of his districtThe vote showed that the city and county had been thoroughly organized by the Democrats Messrs F Joseph Herr mann and William J Semonln the County Clerk deserve great credit for the perfect organization in the city and county The good work they rendered the party and its candidates should be re membered Both Messrs Herrmann and Semonin have worked night and day perfecting the organization How well they did their work is shown by the result of Tuesdays electio- nBALFOURS PLAN To Settle Educational Ques tion Said to Have Been Accepted According to the Parliamentary repre sentative of the London Daily News Mr Balfour proposes to settle the question of higher education in Irelsnti a question in which he has long been interested It J is also said that his cabinet has come to an agreement with the Irish party in regard to certain Irish business for the next session of Parliament Mr Balfours plan is to form Dublin University Into a national university and three constituent colleges Trinity Queens CollegeBelfsst andthe Catholic College at St Stephens GreeV each to be suitably endowed The plan also in a n cludes a proposition to utilize the Queens colleges at Galway and Cork for general educational purposes The same correspondent declares that the Catholic hierarchy have agreed to theoacquiesence of the Irish party follows as a matter of course and the policy of organization next session will be the seine as that adopted at the last session The Irish Nationalists will support the inapower until the bargain is completed GET TOGETHER That Is Carnegies Adrhonl tlon to tho People of 1 Ireland J Andrew Carnegie arrived In New York last week after spending several weeks abroad Listen to what he says I spent most of tnyvacatlon in Ire land and have not paid much attention to the current events of the day I was enjoying myself so keenly in that de lightful country that I did not care to bother about outside events Ireland is a grand country the Irish are a grand people and naturally I had a grand time King Edward has passed along the word to Ireland to wake up The only word I left behind me was to get together and I feel confident that the Irish people are getting together and that a glorious future is in store for them I attended a banquet in Cork where this new get together spirit was exemplified At that banquet I sat surrounded by Bishops of the Roman Catholic church Bishops of the Church of England Irish Bishops and Protestant Bishops Englishmen Scotchmen and Irishmen and I tell you they were getting together in a manner to make your heart glad I believe this gettogether spirit will be the keynote of Irelands future happiness The Irish land bill is the salvation of Ireland I think it will stop the emigration and give Ireland the opportunity to prove herself the great country that she is through her own people tt INTO ETERNITY Miss Catherine A Meagher Has Passed to Join Her Brother Miss Catherine Agnes Meagber the sixteen year ohl daughter of Mrand Mrs Dennis J Meagher died jit the family reeiderice l41lSepeathlstreet ati Friday afternoon of last week Miss Meagher had been ill several weeks and suffered from typhoid fever and pneu monia She bore her sufferings with heroic Christian fortitude and patiently awaited the end The deceased was a faithful member of the Young Ladies Sodality of St Louis Bertrands church and was noted for her devotion to church and charitable work Her funeral took place from St Louis Bertrands on Sunday afternoon the church being crowded to the doors Only a few months ago Cosmas Meagher a son of Mr and Mrs Dennis Meagher was removed from his sphere of earthy usefulness The bereaved fam ily have the sympathy of many friends in their hour of affliction but are con soled by the belief that there loved ones are waiting for them in a better world I GRAND OFFICERS Of theY M I Will Pay An Official Visit to Satolll Council Grand President Kelly will make his first official visit Monday night when he will attend the meeting of Satolll Coun cil Young Mens Institute He will be accompanied by Grand Secretary George J Lautz District Deputy Vincent B Smith Chairman of the Board of Grand Directors Joseph Piazza Grand Director William J OConnor Harry Colgan and Edward J Bosler Deputies at large and Past Grand President William Perry All members of Satolll Council are urged to be present to greet the new Grand President and the other grand officers President Kelly will have sev eral important matters to bring before the meeting which will be the means of arousing new enthusiasm in the council During the next few months the other Kentucky councils will be visited FATHER WHITES BAZARy Arrangements for thebazar to be held in aid of St Frances of Rome church are progressing rapidly It will be held in the parochial school room adjoining the church from December 1 to 10 inclusive The people of Clifton are taking a great interest in the arrangements and a num ber of very handsome and useful ornaments have been secured and will be die posed of during the bazar The friends of the Rev Thomas W White all over the city will aid in making the enterprise a success KINDLY REMEMBERED President Minary of the Louisville Railway Company with bis usual gen cruelty has presented the motormeu and conductors who have beenin the service of the company more than five years with uniforms and overcoats IB all 154 JovsrcoetsJ tethlgUlli 1 q PJI t GOVERNOR J C BEOKlAM- s ii 2 z 7 II LARGE GLASS Of Candidates to Be Initiated by the Local Knights of Columbus Many Visitors Will Witness the Degree Work Tomorrow Afternoon r i l x Order Ie rOWJrig and h lour lug in the nlteil 7 States BANQUET AFTER THE INITIATION The Louisville Council of the Knights of Columbus will initiate a class of fifty candidates tomorrow afternoon The init iation will be held at Elks Hall the regular meeting place of the Knights of Columbus In addition to the 300 local members is estimated that 100 visiting Knights will come from Cincinnati Indianapolis and elsewhere The Louisville degree team headed by District Deputy Charles J OConnor will confer three degrees The initiatipn will begin at 130 oclock promptly After the initiation the new and old Knights will repair to the Louisville Hotel where a banquet will be held The Hon Edward J McDermott will be the toastmaster John S Leahy a promi nent attorney of St Louis will respond to the toast Knights of the Twentieth Century John Walking of Cincinnati private secretary to M E Ingalls Presi dent of the Big Four Railroad Company will respond to the toast Heroes of the Ch rchttJ P OMeara of Elizabeth town Ky will respond to a toast but his subject has not been announced The Knights of Columbus although a comparatively new organization is one of the most popular Catholic societies in America Councils have been established in many of the larger cities in the United Stttes and Canada The object of the order is to unite together Catholics of good character for the highest develop ment and elevation of its members in all that pertains to the best in moral social and literary acquirements and to assist each other in the attainment of all com mendable undertakings The order was originated in Connecti cut less than a score of years ago and soon found favor throughout the New England States Thence it extended into New York and the Central States As the years sped by councils of the order were established through Ohio Ken tucky Indiana and Illinois Missouri and across the Rockies to the Golden Gate Other councils extend from Canada on the North to New Orleans in the South At the present rate of progress it will not be many years before at least one council will lie established every large city in the Union The Knights of Columbus in each com munity are made up of leading business and professional men Merchants manu facturers lawyers physicians priests railroad men and men from every walk in life who adhere to the principles of the order are brought together in this body Its members must be practical Catholics and as a consequence men of irreproachable character TMe personnel of the favorablyjwit1gentlemen tomorrow are among the beet known pitfeenfl of the city aadter I i Q D RECENT DEATHS John Murphy an aged and respected Irish American citizen jjaied at his home 327 Floyd street on Friday afternoon of last week Mr Marph twas born In the County Clare Irelandelghtyone years ago but had lived i Louisville sixty two years Soon afte coming to Louis ville he engaged in Uw grocery business and conducted it in af1IccesJfulmanner until his age compelled him to retire about one year agoIx weeks ago he began to fail rapidly Ib that his family were prepared for tbej inevitable when death arrived last Fridi The deceased leayes thefollowing Mren Mrs Dan lIager Mrs JoMiAIrs John cIyoh MrarA J Ilf 5mIUr and P J Murphy The latter is a rest dent of Indian Territory but arrived in Louisville a short time before his fathers death The funeral took place from St Michaels church on Monday morning and was largely attended Thomas B Peak son of Mr and Mrs Zack Peak died at tie family residence 2124 Lytle street on Sunday the child was a bright little fellow six years old The funeral took place from St Cecilias church on Tuesday morning The en tire community sympathizes with Mr and Mrs Peak in their grief Thomas Nelligan the little son of Thomas S aid Dora Nelligan died at the home of his parents 1624 Twenty Third street Sunday afternoon The little one was two years and ten months old Mr and Mrs Nelligan have the sincere sympathy of many friends in their great bereavement The death of Mrs Kate Connaughton which occurred at the family residence 1303 Dumesnil street Tuesday afternoon will be a source of regret among a large circle of friends The deceased was the widow of John Conuaughton Her funeral took place from St Williams church on Thursday morning The infant child of Mr and Mrs John McAuliffe was buried from the residence on Bertrand avenue Sunday afternoon The little one was the first and only child of Patrolman McAuliffe and lived but a short time They have the sympa thy of many friends in their grief John J Gannon died at St Anthonys Hospital on Saturday night The funeral took place from the residence of his sis ter Miss Annie Gannon 411 Fourth avenue on Monday morning at 815 oclock and from the Cathedral of the Assumption at 830 oclock Mrs Ellen Maloney died at the resi dence of her soninlaw P H Roller 1547 Bank street Sunday night The funeral took place from St Patricks church Tuesday afternoon The deceased was a well known lady and her death was greatly regretted Mrs Mary McNamara diedat her home 1005 Dumesnil street last Satur day night Her funeral took place from St Louis Bertrand church on Tuesday morning The deceasedwas well known and highly respected MISSION CLOSED The mission given by the Rev Father Edwin Drury at St Philip Neris church Floyd and Woodbine streets was brought toa successful close last Monday night Purgatory was the subject of the clos- Ing sermon The pastor the Rev Dr Oscar P Ackerman the Rev Fathers Rock White Bach Melody and Weiss occupied etslia the sanctuary During the mission five nonCatholics signified their desire to become members of thetrue church and are now under instruction Both Fathers Drury and Acker man are well pleasedl yrith the results of the mission r u GREAT EUCHRE Will Bo Held Under Auspices of Catholic Knights and Ladies Large Crowd Expected to Fill Phoenix Hill ParkNext Monday Funds Will Bo Devoted to En l w uii1n fWfr av tion l Delegates HANDSOME AND USEFUL PRIZES A mammoth euchre will be given at Phoenix Hill Park Monday afternoon and night under the auspices of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of Americar and there is every indication that the affair will be a success socially and finan cially As is well known the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America is a mutual insurance association devoted to the relief of Catholic men women and children who lose their natural protectors through death The order bad its origin in Louisville and was established twelve years ago Since then it has grown rapidly until at the present time it is recognized as one of the leading fraternal orders in the country Its biennial con vention will be held in this city next spring and the funds accruing from the euchre Monday night will be used to Betray the expenses of entertaining the delegates to this national convention It is expected that more than 400 delegates will attend this convention representing nearly every State and large city In the United States The local committee deserves great credit for its game fight in securing the convention for Louisville The last national convention was held in Detroit and although St Louis was a determined competitor the Louisville delegates made such strong arguments that a majority of the delegates decided to hold the next convention in this city Now that the time to hold tLe convention is approach ing the local officers are desirous of enter taining the visitors In true Kentucky styleArrangements have been made to ac commodate 1600 people at the euchre Monday afternoon and evening Four Hundred tables will be placed in the ball andwhile the crowd in the afternoon is not expected to be as large as at night ample accommodations have been made for both in the afternoon and evening The committee in charge is composed of one member from each of the twenty five llocal branches of the order headed by Thomas Keenan Chairman Miss Mary E Sheridan Secretary and Dr P S Ganz Treasurer This committee claims the distinction of having success fullyconducted the largest encher ever given in this State It was held at Phoenix Hill Park last summer when 500 tables were in play and 1QO prizes were awarded Mrs David Welsh will have charge of the games and the awarding of prizes Monday afternoon and evening More than 100 useful and handsoae prizes have been secured and will be awarded at the close of the games Mrs Welsh will be assisted by Chairman Keenan Miss Sheridan Charles Breckel Joseph Vet ter Dr Ganz and a host of others ia entertaining those who attend the euchre Monday afternoon and evening Aj r 4 rangements have been made with the Louisville Railway Company whereby transfers will be made to the park from all parts of the city The East Walnut street cars pass the park gates while the East Jefferson street cars and East Broad way cars run within one block of the park The afternoon games will be called at 230 oclock and the evening games at 815 oclock JESUIT PRIESTS Have Conducted aSuccossful Mission atSt Mary- Magdalens The Rev Fathers Boarmnn and Mc Keogh members of the Jesuit order are conducting a very successful mission at St Mary Magdalens church this week The mission began at the late mass on Sunday last High mass was celebrated by the pastor the Rev Father William Gauscpohl The music rendered by the choir under the direction of Mrs Fred Harig Jr was inspiring and grand The Initial sermon of the mission wa preached by Father McKeogh who spok eloquently on the sins of presumption and despair He told how many men who had been brought up in the faith bad fallen away and who while recog nizing the truths of religion presumed too much on the mercy of God and postponed their conversion too long On the other hand there were those who real izing the enormity of their sins despaired of forgiveness Father McKeogh told his hearers that God was more willing to for give sinners than they were willing to ask His forgiveness He concluded with the story of the prodigal son After mass Father Gausepohl compli mented the congregation on its attend ance In the evening after vespers Father Boarman preathed During the week the mission services were held daily at 530 and 830 oclock in the morning for grown people and at 3 oclock in the afternoon for children The rosary was recited a sermon delivered and benedic tion of the most blessed sacrament given at 730 oclock each evening The mis sion will be brought to a close tomorrow evening at 730 oclock ALL PLEASED With the Work of the Mackln Council Lecture Com mittee Mackin CoundlY M IheldJi r gtilar11imlpitTrieadynlght catr tendance was not as large as usual but matters pertaining to council affairs wer spiritedly discussed In the absence of President Murphy Vice President Hugh J Higgins occupied the chair The members expressed their approval of th work of the lecture committee Clarenc- H Zook Henry Blumer and Dr Alphonse Bizot and all praised highly the lecture delivered at the previous meeting by Alderman James J Pit gerald The next lecture will be given on the last Tuesday night of this month The series of complimentary ucbreS- witl continue each Thursday evenin during the mouth and on Monday November 23 a payjeuchre will be given at Mackin club house 530 Twenty sixth street The funds raised will be used to defray the expenses of the com plimentary euchres GRAND CEREMONIES Attended Golden Jubilee Cel ebration of Covington- Dlpoese Thousands of Catholics joined in cele brating thegolden jubilee of the dIocese of Covington and of the consecration of the Right Rev George A Carroll as its first Bishop last Sunday The main cele bration was held at St Marys Cathedral in Covlngtou Archbishop Elder of Cin cinnati occupied a throne on the right of the sanctuary while Bishop Maes cele brated Pontifical mass Bishop Chatard of Indianapolis Bishop Richter of Grand Rapids and Bishop OGorman of Sioux Falls and Monsignor Murray of St Marys Seminary occupied positions of honor in the sanctuary The jubilee sermon was preached by the Right Rev Bishop OGorman After vespers in the evening the Rev Father Albert Reinbart delivered an address WATSON OETSTHERB John C Watson until recently a clerk in employ of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company has become a mem ber of the firm of Frank G Jones Co coal dealers with offices at Seventh and Magnolia and Baxter avenue and Jeffer son streets He is deservedly popular and while he was rising in railroad cir clesdetermined to branch out for him self Finding a favorable opening with Frank Gr Jones he took advantage of it A member of the Knights of Columbus he would make a good husband for some pretty girl as his success in business would seem assured FIRST BISHOP DEAD The Right Rev John Brondel the first and only Biahopof Helena Mont died at his residence adjoining the Helena Cathedral early Tuesday morning Bishop Brpudel was consecrated on December 14 1879 At the time of his death he was in charge of the spiritual welfare of 50000 Catholics and was assisted by fiftythree priests I 1 ENTHUSIASM Prevailed at the Meeting of the Ladles Auxiliary- A O H Twd Degrees Conferred in An Impressive Manner On Largo Class V County Board Will Arrange a Concert For Miss Maud MncCarthy ST PATRICKS DAY TO BE CELEBRATED The Ladies Auxiliary of the Ancient andsHalleon Friday night of last week Miss Mary Cavanaugh presided with her customary grace and dignity Miss Mary Bohan was elected to membership after which the new degree team exemplified the j ritual in the initiation of forty ladies who had been obligated at the previous meet ing The degree team is made up of Misses Maggie Coughlin Mary Corcoran Josephine Godfrey Mary Foley Mrs Lawrence Mackey and Miss Mary Sheri day Two degrees were conferred in a very expressive manner State President Keenan addressed the meeting and paid a deserved compliment to the degree team and told of his recent visit to Covington where he witnessed an initiation conducted by a degree team from Division 0 of Cincinnati That team Mr Keenan said had given the best exemplification he had ever wit i nessedCounty President Sullivan in addressing the ladies urged them to be united and not to allow petty differences to arise within their ranks StateVice President Hennessy complimented the work of the ladies degree team urged the members of the committees to realize the import ance of the work assigned to them and said despite the fact that the State Presi dent had spoken so highly in praise of the Cincinnati degree team he believed there were teams just as good in Louis ville and vouched for the general excel lence of that of Division 4 isJohn J Barry of the Kentucky Irish A1IlCricaI1Jil WJse conTpItnentcdTthe work ofthe lladies and advised them not ierather they should follow the example of the men and brtng their deliberations to+M a close at a reasonable hour State Secre alsoeaddresseseThe following committees were appointed by the President Miss Mary Cavanaugh JzClines Mrs John Reilly and Miss Annie BohanEmployment CommitteeMrs Will andgN Cunningham Literary Committee Misses Maggie Coughlin Jennie McAvoy and Hattie HigginsState President Keenan invited the members of the degree team to attend tie next meeting ot Division 1 to witness the work of that degree team The County Board Ancient Order of Hibernian met on Thursday night of last week with a full attendance of the members County President Sullivan presided and George H Butler acted as Secretary Joseph Cooney Vice President I of Division 3 was obligated Final reports were made on the Irish field day All bills were reported settled and a com fortablebalance remains Quarterly re ports from the various divisions showed that the order in Jefferson county was making favorable progress The County Board decided to invite Miss Maud MacCarthy the talented young violinist to come to Louisville If she accepts the invitation a concert will be arranged and several other artists will be secured for the occasion The matter of celebrating St Patricks day was also discussed County President Sullivan and the Presidents of each of the four divisions were appointed com mittee to make arrangements for the appropriate celebration of Erins saints day The nature of the celebration has not been announced but the committee has determined to make it surpass any former celebration of the day in Louis vine The County Board adjourned to meet at the call of County President Sullivan DECIDED SUCCESS Was the Euchre Given by New Albany Catholic Knights The Halloween euchre given by the Catholic Knights of America of New Albany in Trinity Hall last Friday night SixtytwotablesJeffersonville were well represented among the players The Knights feel so encouraged that another may be given in the near future Ten handsome and useful prizes were awardedand all present enjoyed a very pleasant evening Con J McBarroa Chairman of the Committee on Arrangements deserves great credit l6r the man nor in which the affair was conducted y i KENTUOKY IRISH AlIERIOAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflU peroted to the Moral mnA Social AlT etof 11 Irish America IKPMTUCICY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR paR YEAR 5INOLB COPY 5c utore4aUlso LodlUoPostoflco as SocodClua MaUor Addle 1 ollar alcallolll tDtke KENTUCKYIRISII UERICAN3Z6WcstOreeDStr ct SSSSgJgj LOUISVILLE Ky SATURDAY NOVEMBER 7 1903 KENTUCKY STEADFAST The people of Kentucky have spoken in no uncertain voice in favor of Democracy They have voted for peace prosperity and progress They have elected Gov Beckham thus condemning force fraud and assassination More than that the people of Louisville not only helped to swell the major ities of the Democratic State can didates but elected Democratic city officers legislative and judicial The Kentucky Irish American desires to congratulate the Dem ocratic victors State and local on their success It asks in return that each and all of the successful candidates be true to the trust reo posed in them by the people of Kentucky If they are true to this trust they can each and all ex pect our support when they again offer for office But if they become recreant in their duties the Ken tucky Irish American will not hesi tate to condemn their conduct The election of Tuesday was a great victory for the Democrats It showed to the world that the State is peopled with men who be lieve in the government of the people by the people and for the people Kentucky is now out of that class of States where men are not allowed to hold office because pf their religious convictions Let us hope that it will always remain so APROPOS TO THE LIBRARY Louisville is to have a new library thanks to Andrew Carnegie d1he taxpayers of Louisville The building in which this library is to be located has not been erected but it is even now time to be gin mapping out plans for the lit erature that is to be there when it is erected Lest the matter be overlooked we wonld respect fully call the attention of the Library Board to the fact that there are thousands of Catholic taxpayers who will contribute to the support of this library that there are thousands of IrishAmerican tax payers who will contribute to its support Therefore Catholic liter ature and Irish liteiature should be given a place in this new library In several of the Eastern cities where libraries flourish the Catho lic and Irish elements have been overlooked We do not mean that the books must be printed in Celtic characters or in the Gaelic language but we mean that there are master pieces of English literature written in the English language by Irish men and Irish women that there are gems of prose and poetry writ ten in English by Catholic men and women and that all of these should be placed upon the shelves of the proposed library We do not believe that any mem bet of the Louisville Library Board would discriminate against books of the kind we refer to but it is possible that Catholic and Irish literature might be overlooked CHURCH MUSIC ATbesubject of church music seems To be engrossing the minds of many leading priests and pre lates at the present time Many or the foremost thinkers who oc cupy high ecclesiastical positions insist upon dinging to the plain Gregorian chant white there Tare equally as many learned teachers wbo uphold classical music Church music is hardly a matter of dogma so it does seem that a llay man hbuld Tie allowed Jo give Voice to1 his sentiments XaOcf firsj iplace She chiirch is the house of God His children o seek to beautify iit r with artistic paintings with myriads of lights J with gold and silver and with beautifully sculptured statues Why then should we not add all that is beautiful in music We are taught that our Heavenly Father is loving and forgiving that when we have finished oUr career on this earth we will join Him in the heavenly home prepared for us ages ago Why then should we sing the sorrowful Gregorian chants instead of music tthat is typical of joy and glory The lark the nightingale and other tbirds of the field praise the jCreiltor iin joyous tones Why thenshould we continually cry out in anguish There are times for all things No one would think of rendering Haydns Imperial Mass at a requiem service Why then should we whine in mournful music at Easter when our redemption was complete or at Christmas when Ithe angels proclaim Glory to God on high Peace on earth to men of good will Several changes were made in the standing of the candidates in the Kentucky Irish Americans Worlds Fall contest during the present week and the interestJ seems to be unflagging A new entry has been made in the single ladies race The new candidate is a member of the Ladies Auxiliary A O H and is quite popular The lady in question will in all probability cut considerable figure in the contest The standing of the candidates will be published next week Those who have clipped ballots for their friends should send them in at once New and old subscribers have the right to cast fifty votes on the payment of one dollar LondonlTl1Underer tucky prototype the Louisville Times under date of Friday October 30 saideThe Irish are better off in Ireland than America says John Redmond not with an election coming on1 Hpwever the Irish of Louisville have grown accustomed to expect dirty flings from the Times And yet when it comes to a question of finances the editor of the Times is just as glad to get an Irish dollar as any other dollar The Kome correspondents of American newspapers continue to distribute Cardinals recklessly throughout the United States One thing is certain Catholic Cardinals are not named by newspapers and many of the predictions fall far short of the truth 111 the death of Wi11lam Fitzgerald editor of the Cathplc Jour nal of the South at Memphis Cath blic journalism has lost One of Its ablestl exponents and the South a loyal citizen We extend our heart felt sympathy to his family in thisI their hour of trial BENEFITS OP EXERCISE Next to bodily cleanliness icxercisc may be reckoned as the greatest ala to beauty In fact exercise is almost nec essary to cleanliness for it is a great In4 ceritive to perspiration which isnaturea way of throwing the impurities of tjie body to the surface of the skis from which they are then removed by the rise of water Open air exercised should etaken every day but according to strength One should return hornejifter walking riding pr cycling with a seij of being pleasantly fatigued but withcjut any feeling p exhanstipn Exercise should be takcH regularly andjfpps ible dumb beils ftpnl4 teji5e4sJgbt andI morning The corset should not bewbra while jBxircirfngwltKI dnmb ells Skp ping JsantX eUenttbl go t1 figur andit Is on of which our grabdfflothprs- werefondv itianraal with chlldrem to throw the repe forward wkea j kippl K but it Is far better to throw it backward for it expands the chest much better r 1 S GIETV I I i I hrrss IJiib h ONii fFraukf6rt is visiting relatives in South Iouisvllle Miss Emma Heckeltnan of I ebanbn is theguest of Mrs Charles P Breckel Miss Ray Heffernan and Miss Kathe rine Keating are visiting friends at Valley Station Miss Mildred parkin of Parkland entertained her Httle friends jvith a Hal loween party Miss Katherine Kelly of Jeffereonville entertained a number of her friends on Halloween night Miss Maggie Maroney is ill at her home 3513 Third street Her many friends hope for her speedy recovery Miss Blanche Brown of this city and Lee Curley Flsberville are the guests pf Miss Daisy McAfee at Mt Washing ton Miss Kathryn McHngh of Marietta Ohio and Miss Ada Wetzel of Rockport MISS MARY D FOLEY First County President Ladles Auxiliary Ancient Order of Hibernians jInd are the guesta of Miss Pearl Adams jin Portland I Mr and Mrs Carroll Brookfield and son Edward of Cincinnati are guests of their aunt Mrs Mary Meehan 1167 East Broadway Miss Susie Don has returned home after a pleasant visit to Lawrenceburg where she was the guest of Misses Mar garet and JosieMay Lillard Miss Lyda Larkins who been seriously ill at Sts Mary and Elizabeths Hospital is rapidly recovering Her friends hope to see her out in the pear future Peter Riley the twentyyearold son of Capt Tom Riley of the police force is seriously ill of typhoid pneumonia His friends hope to soon hear of his recovery c Edward Dalton and Tom Camfield Jr who have been engaged in strenuous po litical work for several months past have gone to Mt Washington to enjoy aUcoon hunt II Charles Curran a well known and successful young business man of CincinnatiI is visiting friends in Louisville and an announcement of more thanordinary ini terest may result erelong Mr W J Burke of West Chestnut street who suffered a sprained ankle as the result of a fall several weeks ago is progressing favorably and her friends hope to see her out within a few days John Daumof the CourierJournal compos ngroom force who underwent a painful surgicalloperational St Josephs Infirmary is progressing favorably His many friends hope to see him resume bis duties Jn the near future Miss Katherine Meehan has returned home after a visit of three months to her cousin Mrs Carroll Brookfield of Cin cinnati Miss Meehan was the recipient of marked social attention and made niany friends in the Ohio metropolis William Bujke a machinist in the employ of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Conuany and a very popular young man suffered painful injuries to bis hand on Monday It was mashed by a piece of falling machinery Mr Burkea injuries while painfull are riot serious The new baby boy who recently arI rived to gladden the home of Mr and Mrs James Dnane was baptized last Sun I day The little fellow was the recipient of many handsome presents including gifts from members of the No 16 Engine Company and the Standard Oil Company Miss Lepna Arthur entertained a num ber of her friends Saturday evening with a Halloween party Thpse present were Mlsse8 Edna Woods Mary WpodsjLepna- Bobn Nellie Burke Messrsj AlbertBobn Walter Bohn William Woods and Norman Arthur Sefresbinenta were served abundantly and all present eh joyed apleasanteyening The Harlem Club will give Its first dance at the new Athletic Club bn Fri1 flay evepingf November 20 The club fa composed of popular young mennd its dances should Prove jjopnlar The coinnilttee In charge Is made np gj Joseph Carey Louis Dugin JphnDwan Joseph flanratiarf fnd Robert Ouetig Gobd miisic wilt be In attendance and a 1 jolly time Uprotnlsed altyho attend Mr and Mrs Harry Kerr dfi 781 West St Catherine street quietly celebrated thethirtieth Anniversary of their wedding on Friday fefJwt week Mr Kerr is now employed in the boilershop pUbejlHU noia Central Railroad Company Joe many yearshe occupied a sirojlar ration with tlXomiiville Ja fayUle goth he and hit estimable wifek njoy a wide pop krfJymBd have theb wjsliri of i tb lrlarge BH ber of Mender mahy J erey irotwedded Win T JtadMs Mlctiwlf Rwirdoa h Ve u n issued invitations i to Ute wedding of their daughter Miss Betella Rose Reardbn Bud David Burke The marriage cere mony will be performed in St Louis Beriranda church at 030 oclock on the morning of Wednesday November 25 After the ceremony nuptlaltnosd will be celebrated Mr and Mrs Burke will take a brief wedding trip and will be at home lo their friends at 1514 Seventh street after December 5 Miss Rear don is a pretty and accomplished young lady Mr Burke is a popular member of the police force Both are receiving the congratulations of many friends on their approaching nuptials HIS HOLINESS Will Send a High Ecclesiastic to Represent the Vatican His Holiness Pope Plus X received William E Curtis ia audience during the present week and was formally invited to send a prominentfecclesiastic to represent the Vatican at the St Louis Worlds Fair In reply to the invitation Pope Pius replied I accept the invitation with gratitude and charge you to express our appreciation of the thoughtfulness of including the Hpiy See among the other nations invited DID GREAT GOOD The Rev Fathers Boarman and Me Keogh who are conducting the mission at St Mary Magdalens church recently concluded successful mission in the Ca thedral at Lincoln Neb During their stay in the Nebraska capital more than sixty adults applied for instruction and E Benjamin Andrews Chancellor of the State University sent a special request to Father Boarman to deliver a lecture on Socialism It is needless to say that Father Boarman complied with the re quest and handled bis subject in a mas terly manner MUSICAL COMEDY Phil Sheridan Council Young Mens Institute at Bellevue Ky will give an entertainment on Thursday evening 3November 26 Puss in Bootsa musi cal comedy will be given by a chorus of forty voices all local talent The enter tainment promises to be a great treat to the people of Bellevue It ia expected that many members of the order from Coviugton and Cincinnati will witness the performance CELTIC COURSE National President James E Dolan has shown his appreciation of the Cath olic summer school by founding a course of Celtic literature It has been suggested that Mr Dolan secure the services of the Nationald Chaplain Archbishop Gleunon to deliver this course of lectures I REST CURE When the tired mother finds her nerves strained by excitement or pain the only relief is resthIust let me have quiet and peace II she says uand when I have had a good rest I will be perfectly well She is qulterighVin her treatment 6f her self but why does she not accord the same treatment to her little one who when worn out by the pall of iits aching gums or from some other cause wails over its little sorrows In the nursery it is considered rank heresy to say Let baby cry a little it will do him good and so the poor little scrap of hu maniry is shaken and jogged shouted at and sung to made to look at the bright fire or lamplight and treated in a man ner calculated to drive a nerverackeU adult to distraction Of course there is a difference between a grown person and a babjr but nerves are common to both and those of the infant demand the greater gentleness Instead of trying to amuse the helpless Infant let it enjoy the 1luxury of walling a little probably a good cry is as much a relief to him as to bis crylulalwavsthe duty of the mother to discover the cause If it is the fretful cry of weari ness then the kIndest and beet course is to let the little tot test in a quiet place with subdued light where Iit has a chance remedyfornerveracked humanity SUE HAD PASSED AWAY An Irishman who owed his landlord a few pounds arrears of rent was one day in the house sitting wjth his wife when a knock came to the door rat answered and to his surprise saw two bailiffs In a bit of IUD Pat said Will you come again in an hour sniY wife is going and I want her to pass away in peace The bailiffs thinking Pats wife waS dying agreed arid Pat gave them six pense to get some beer Whilst they were away be and his wife Jovedthef- urniture out of the back door and in about an hour a knock came Pat went to the door and one of the bailiffs said Has Sbe pasted awayW Yes said Pat anA so has the furniture MISUNDERSTOOD Her lip quivered and her breath came in painful gasps but she did not speak Db you not1 love me he anxiously demanded linJtJier shrinking hand v eIIdont mow 10 slier faltered Gently he put his arm around her Darling hemurrnured would you like to have e a1 your mother first With a utjderi cry of terror she grasped his arm NIIshe cried She Js a widow I want yon mv slfShe clung to hitn Until he solemnly prboiised not to say anything to the old lady at present Wil t 1ij Vlt15SED A an evening pa yalldy was enterf 1 tainlng her jfrierds wjth an account ofi r Q1 1 tri J1 nla1 quartel Aft r H1kl g It nplwltnbne another she said i t1 Jitewbr4rlceof1tflIfIW hud only done 1 that iaWiubthW lady to her husband lfwhaf ffapleodtdaveautiI we mfghthayer J badII NI J fJV CRu lPOOrr A little meUl I As plain as crucifiXfiJJ i But only jGpd How dear r it I I have it always with me In every step I take At evening jwhen Ijslnmber At morning when IwakeJ In bright or cloudy weather In sunshine or in rain In happiness or sorrow In pleasure or in pain It helps me in my struggles It reproves trie wbenI sin Its look of gentle patience Rebukes the strife within In days of pain and anguish The greatest help I knew Was to hold that little crucifix Until I calmer grew And looking on that Figure Which hung in patience Jhere I saw the dreadful toiture Which He In love did bear His feet are nailed together His loving arms outspread And blood is dropping slowly Down from His thorncrowned head And how could I then murmur Or bitterly complain When love for me induced Him To undergo such pain So when the time approaches That I will have to die I hope that little crucifix Will close beside me He That the Holy Name of Jesus May be the last I say And kissing that dear crucifix My soul may pass away Caroline Gallagher HINTS ON STYLE A very fine weave of linen with a still linen finish and also with a soft Irish finish cornea in all the plain colors and shades of colors for winter shirt waists Cool wood brown is the color of the season sometimes pale and occasionally quite dark though never rich Intone In the new chiffon velours It is most beauti fulSo popular has the long skirt become that when a short blouse 1s worn out of doors the skirt is trimmed to simulate the skirt coat A light wood brown hopsack gives an excellent notion of how this is accomplished The otily street coat that has not a skirt or the effect of it in the double skirt is the new Eton In water green panne Vene tian cloth a stunning example of these Etons is shown trimmed with baby lamb and pale green lace The seasons princesse is a startling garment of the moulded and runinto style From shbulder to knee It Is absolutely plain and as tight as can be hooked up Then below the knees there is a flaring circular flpunce Cotton ahirt jwalsts are going to be worn all winter through even in the frostiest weath rThls is a much more important statement than it might seem to be on the surface for the wash shirt waist is not a mere article of wearing ap parellitIs a symbol Heavy cottons plain and mercerized are this seasons preference for all wash waists though wash wool Isall right in a J large family of similar tastes where the garment can be handed down from girl to girl as the waist grows gradually less from Mbuday to Monday The exaggerated 1830 skirt will prove a ifascinating but perilous garment to the girl fresli from hbrt tweeds and knickers 1 It Is a beautiful graceful skirt however with an oldfashioned double puff at the 1head of the flounce and violet embroid ered illace in a plain band above the knees In the wash French flannels every possible variation of the pastel shades Jhas been Introduced and with all their idelicacy they are permanent Thin crisp Scotch flannels are coming dver printed in the most marvelous stripes colors as brilliant as an Italian landscape and as impervious to water There Is a hint of hoppsklrts in the jllatest fall and winter fashions riot that the crinoline hsyet appeared but there is such a need for It in the fullness and length of the new skirts If these voluminous draperies are going to be worn in heavyweight winter materials what chance for health is there without crinoline A material more novel1 that the cheviot and not sti generally seen is cross stitched canvas it comes in plain art colors with a erj coarse open mesh has a sufficient distincttSqare weave to be used as ari embroidery undatlonabd Is undoubtedly manufactured io meet the craze for elaborate cross stitten embroidery oh sliirt waists FRIENDS WELCOME Will McCue popular young man pf Portland has accepted a position with Patrick J Nelligan at Nineteenth and Portland venue where he will be pleased to see his friends SPRAINED ANKLES Edward White a prominent member of iPi vision S A Q H an4 mernber of th fire department was seriously Injured Monday while exercising the horses of the No 16 Engine Company Bpthl his anklesiwere pralmed and Mr White will jje confined to bis home for several W k8 MASONIC THEAtERI All ociety1 will belinterestea in the facVihatrt Rebecca Warren wllll appear1 at the MasoriicTHeater next week ln the difficiiHtole offiT Iia IX riener Stod daVdsdramatlzation of Thomatf Hardy ioyelilTeiibt the e1Uleajup portedby avstrbng castt Thefprodtfction i1iiie jtheiagedirectioa ot Wilt J Dn whlchIS8ulHcl tgra tee of a fine perfonnancVof this feeafeiifaliplayi d fU + + n + tH H H + nt J H I I + I t- ll T O SPECIA ISKIRT VALUESFOR SATURDAY AND MONDAY + I I II H + H IHff + + I IP = == 5 On the I I I n I Air iii I Blasts Each and every one t the in its class M fc Walking manufactur ers samples made a wove spun a 500 Skirt will go out in a for 298 Dress made from a fine Broadcloth are very handsomely with silk bands black and col1 ors a 698 Skirt for only 498 QATHOFSEIGHTH AND MARKET J + t IH uc Fortune Smiles patrons of THIS More Ispeciali II Heaters jljlOaks Laundries Tights IDot Burners best home regular Allwool Taffeta regular MMMMH STORE Cooks Cast Cooksii Jll 1 Cooks unj j Every RangeSI with Range is itary jEnarneied Inl and everlast l Buchs Oak Heater 398IIB fttlExactly like This Stove is designed to meet the requirements lowfttlf II ttU artistic cast parts This price does hot include the pipe We no 1 m extra charge for setting up stoveft III We Can Arrange to Let You Have Goods on Any Terms to Suit Your Convenience JIII t II Largest Housefurnishers in the World mt 631633635637639 West MarHet St Louisville Ky I JSEUCH REPHOENIX HILL RAKJK i Monday November 9V AFTERNOON 230 NIGHT 830 Catholic Knights and Ladies of America Tickets 25 Cents More Prizes Thou Ever y GEHER SON217 Market Street Near Second North Side New Store Jusl Opposite Old Stand Stoves RangesHOUSE FURNISHING GOODS AND KITCHEN SUPPLIES ia OUR SPECIALTY Stoves and Ranges mad0 In LpUisVjIIe HOOMDB L i j THE HOPE WORSTED MILLS ihe new mills on Kentucky street between Logan I and Swan will be complete nbou1i Deci- i 1 1QQ3 These mills will give employment J jv to100 aidditional girls over fourteen years J in 9f1 age Hpurs orwork7 a mtop45pm Saturdayg 7a in to410 p in j NEWJILLS r GOOD WAGES LIGHT WELL VENTILATED Apply Now to Present Hills Logan aad AlMon treetJ v CHILD SCALDED Bernard OHeara the twoyearjbld spn of John OHearn felt into a pan pre boiling starch at the family residence 1433 Hull street Thursday after oob and was badly lded The chil48 injuriw while not necewarily jdng rpn are very painful v f One lot Skirts from hurry Skirts trimmed fI Steel Steel the I j Oven Clean picture make Ii TAKES OUT PAPERS James Lynchebaun wftorecenUybeat the efforts of the British tfe cives to extradlte him tpojc out naturalzatlon papers pn Thursday at In iiI10P91t l It liidnot bejieved tha apyi J iWer ejfprt wili be made jotale jcryttc ertauntck t e1a11 P ie t N PQIpZ xmii A1fIERIQ 1111 11 1I 1 i I 1 1 Ij I II- aa HIMlH CUMBERLAND 123 ft1 JV 5 B EaiTFUNERAL DIRECTOR ISAND EMBALMER J 838 EAST 3 AI3Sr STOEIBBT 42t With the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business F of ray late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Alain Street v MRS JOHN J BARRETTri r+H1ii I 1 t 1111I 1 4411I 1 +4 4 4 H1JoolwIulIHI HH I1 1 ooQ v HH- i tlIiiIh D BAXj i J 0 Funeral Director and Embalmeri XErEPHONEg060 I Carriages For All Occasions 700 E CHESTNUT ST HENRY C LAUER XErEPHONE 11o Fine Wines and Liquors Livery Boarding Stable 4O7 E JEFFERSON ST 428 and 430 Branch House 905 West Market EAST JEFFERSON STREET STATIONERS PRINTERS BINDERS BOOKSELLERS The Bradley Gilbert Co INCORPORATED Blank BooPaoar Box Manufacturers Repwi tnlinn l the Hammond typewriter for Kentucky Trpewrlte rfupnllei Rlbbone etc lore chlnn Cor Third antf Green Sts LOUISVILLE KY H H tt+ t f t + + t +t 4 +t + + + t t H + + + + 4 I t I t H t n t tFINE WINES CHAMPAGNES S Ali KOLxB345 West Green Street LIQUORS CIGARS 444t + + + 46 + 4 + If4ttttt44t +t G4 t + 44It + 4444t1hhhIt t t + IllPETER M NDRIOI Z 8SONS I WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST L FOR B ST OLD MKENNA WHISKY CALL UPON II SEVENTH AND OAK STS TEN CENTS PER DRINK JooiLnger and Warm Lunch Never Run Out LOW RATES FROM LOUISVILLE VIA Soutfeerp Fai1way TO NOVEMBER 30 California Points 3660 Portland OreTaconia Wash and Seattle Wash r 3800r Spokane Wash 3500 Ogden Utab Helena and Butte Mont 3400 Billings Mont2dOO One way tickets will be on sale until Nov 30 at the above rates via the Southern Railway and correspondingly low rates will be made tootber points in the West and Northwest Cheap one way settlers tickets and round trip homeseekersMlckets will also be pn sale Nov 3 and 17 Oklahoma Indian Territory Texas and to many other points in the West also points in the Southeast For maps folders and complete infor mation call on any agent of the Southern Railway or addres9A WIJEEDONt T and P ATLonisville CC STEWART TP A Lexington C H HUNGER FORD Diet Pas Agent 834 Fourth Avenue Louisville G B AlyLEN AMt Gtai IaaaAgSt LouI4 A27WLYSMonday Tuesday and Wednesday Even ings and Wednesday Matinee THE BURGOMASTER Thursday Friday and Saturday Evenings and Saturday Matinee Tim MurphyThe Man from Mis- souri1HOPKINs Week Commencing Sunday Matinee NovS BVBRY AFTBRNOON AND NIOIIT KAUFMAN TROUPE in their sensational cycle act KELLY AND VIOLETTE the famous fashion plate duo Mr and Mrs tuart Darrow shadow sand and smoke pictures HrettoSteih Family marvelous acrobats Clifford and Dixon real German comedians J Warren Keane entertaining comedy palmist and TIE BIOGRAPH BUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY NOV S Uttlaeei Sunday Monday Wednesday BntnriT Webers Dainty Duchess AuroraBorealis of all funny shows Williams and Adams Jordan and Harvey Hayes and Suits and Other Big Vaudeville Acts JOHN M MULLOY DEALER IN SpicesAndPond Lily and Home Baking Powder 21L VV M1II3T STTelephone Main 1189 CoB THOMPSON F QjitROSEBUDS SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jefferson St Both Telephones 10SO All orders receive prompt attention aria satisfaction guaranteed WINES UQUORS CI ARS VALS SALOdNVAL LESTER Pro Hot launch every morning from 93Q to 1230 oclock 4 2VOGREE1V 1ST CHILDREN IH OPERETTA The pupils of St Anthonys parochiall schooll at Twentythird aid Market streets have arranged to give ad enter taiument in the school hall tomorrow eveuingand th folIoing Sunday evening Among the otherJeatuao each performance will be the rendiIea ftthe operettV Gbldeh Hatraudth Tlirf B5Tt The children hive been wet ttainetl andtfad performers promise to de light the parenta and friendS of till pupils 1 5l4 hLfi t PuT THIS OUTr v xl S Ily FEI1JUctY IIISH1 f1fTERl flpl WoRbbMLLOT 1 1 I d 4 A ctt i 0 I d I VOTB FOR tilt I Pfi 1 0 j L jtflIiltf- ptIt 1 AimiussF J tg Hff P I HI + t I y SIGNm Saturday Nov 6 I9d3 It ttt n V f 1 Above will be found the ballot for the Kentucky Irish American Worlds yourfriendsthat fifty votes may be cast by either hew or old subscribers for each paid yearly subscription Now is the time fo take advantage ofthis great offer DILLON Talks to the People of East Mdyp on thee Laud 1BillI Advised Thorn to Be Irishmen Flrttt arid Farmers Aftorwurd PeclaresTliat Nationalists Must INot Quarrel Over Matters of Detail i V I i1 WILL SEEK HEALTH ABROAD n The Hon John Dillon in a recent ad dress to the people of East Mayo at SwinfOrd said thatupotf the advice of his physicians he would have to go abroad for his health and might remain away several months But he added if he found it impossible in the future to do his duty by his constituents he would never leave East Mayo unrepresented Continuing Mr Dillon said that the present was a doubly Interesting and critical time in the history of the national movement and he felt it to be his duty to come here and state frankly and fully to lila constituents who had so long trusted him his views on the subject which was undoubtedly uppermost in the mind he might say of every individual in Ireland the new land bill what it contained what it offered to the people what the landlords would get under it and whether in the beginning they ought to use the old yearspurchase or the new method the percentage of reduction But before became to particulars with regard to the landact he wished to make two prelimi nary observations The first was that the land question was not the whole of Irish politics In dealing with the Irish land question they must never forget the general interests of the nation nor leave out of their conversation the effect pn he cause of Irish ffreedom of any particular policy that might be adopted He had always held that the Irish farmer was an Irishman before be was a farmer and unless he were prepared to take his stand and make sacrifices for the common good of his country he would let them fight their own battle Another preliminary observation which he wished to make was this that in dealing with the laud question they were dealing with a question of enormous complicity and it isI absolutely impossible that differences of opinion on matters of detail should not arise and he for the life of him could not see why Nationalists should get angry and quarrel over such matters of detail Now be for instance was fully convinced that in making these bargains with their landlords the only safe plan for the ten ants was to Insist upon calculating the price to be paid for their farms in terms of the number of years purchase of the rent so that the tenants might have an opportunity of comparing easily and aim ply the price they were called upon to give with the price which their neigh bors over the ditch were called upon to I pay Why should they be called upon under this act to apply a different measure of value unless it were for the pur pose of deceiving the tenants and callow- ing the landlords Jo get out pf them better prices for the llands The QpYern aent returns giving then the most accurate details were all compiled on the basis of the number of earjrentaua therefore the lartD r14no standard of comparison unless he kpew the number of years rent which hevvaa asked to pay If a fri dofl1iJJin the National party took the view that it wag assentjal to his plan to look not at the number of years purchase but atthe amount pfreductiont Ie would ot quarrel with him but would try to convert him to his own view This act opened up a number of very complex and complicated questions which I1t1I1 but also as ah economic unity And this question must be discussed in the fullest and freeatmanuer possible the fuller and freer the discussion the better for the people ofIreland1i considering the details of tlf ctal1l what iIs offered J9i the tenant ifftrmera and to the people ipf IrejndJbiel j ia the jSrstqne tioH was a qy Mloa of price After aoijtfqlljrtudy1 oftli grMtmasaof literature Jthat had pp paired In the 1ewajprM QuEthi ubjc- ti r- lj IRISH 8SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O Ht DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tries day Evenings of Each Month President Mke Tynan DoughertyRecording Financial SecretlryPeter JCuslck 1911 Bank street Treasurer Thomas FWalsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of Each MonthV President Con J Ford Vice President JohhJ Sullivan Recording SecretaryEdward J ICe ranFinancial SecretaryJohn TrKeaney 1335 Rogers street 1 TreasurerOwen Keiram 4 DIVISION 3oMeets bn the First and ThlrdMo day evenings of Each Month QuinnViceCooueyReFinancial SecrctaryJVilHam Burns TwentythlrdstreetTrea Butler SergeantatArms Pat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednea day Evenings of Each Month President John Heanessy LynchReCording llaban- Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 615 West Chestnut AssistantDave Reilly Treasurer John P Hellon DIVISION 1 JEFPERSONVULE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfans Hall KinneyPresidentPrank LynchSecretaryJohn Treas1erMike Kenney Financial Secretary Thomas OHern Y r MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Frank F Murphy First Vice PresidentLouis W Born traegerSecond Vice President Hugh Higgins Recording Secretary Geo F Simonis SecretaryFrankGAdams Financial Secretary Dan Weber 2548 St Cecilia street TreasurerlosephSte1tenpob1I ShaughnessyInside Outside Sentinel PatConnollyi be had not seen any attempt to answer the question Was there any reason why on the passing of the laud act the price of laud should be raised That question was put by the Bishop of Raphoe a few days ago He had seen no answer oit- Ylt and he now repeated it What was there that justified a landlord iq coming to his tenant and saying I want one or two or three or four years more pur chase now than I would ave beets willing to accept before the act was passed In conclusion Mr Dillon said he thought the Congested Districts Board had done great work and he hoped itwould continue its benefits to the people AMENDED CONSTITUTION The Catholic Mutual Benefit Associa tion held Its triennial Convention in PitUburg recently and made several changes in tjbe constitution The rates were so adjusted as to cpufprm to all the requirements of the Fraternal Congress U was decidedI to classify certain persons as hazardous 1 while others are classedas prohibitory From January 1A 1904 no saloonkeeper bartender nor any person who Is engaged in the sale of intoxicat ing liquors as a beverage will be allowed admission to the order The age limit was reduced from eighteen to sixteen years DEMPSBV AGAINST PORSTER Patrick Dempwyoae pf the leaders of the Belfast branch of the UnUed Irish League baa teen aelecte4 byttheieague to oppose the return of Arnold Fprster Jorl Vest Belfast iprster is at preseii retaryfpr War aqd is unalterably opposed Jo a State endowment of a Roman C tho jiic university controlled by pristts FORTY HOURS The devotion to tire bleoaed aacrament known as forty hours prayer will begin tomorrow at tire late w 10 ockxk jat St Aldyslua church oa Payne street near Copper The MrehiwllL be taW fully decorated for Ujft pccfttjpn I L REDMOND Addressed a Tremendous Gath ering of Irishmen at IiUlarneyI l Told of tire Unity of Irish Forces and Division of the British Uttered a Protest Against Emi gration of Irish Boys and Girls i PRESENTED WIT fMANY ADDRESSES S The lion John Redmond leader of the Irish Parliamentary party t addressed sev eral thousand of Tils countrymen at Kil larney last Sunday urging the careful consideration of the new land act and opposing emigration It was the greatest gathering seen at Killarney in many years Special trains brought excursionists from Mallow CaS tleisland Listowel Kenniore and Kil larglin while hundreds came afoot and on horseback Mr John Murphy M P David M Moriarty Chairman of the County Council and other leaders met Mr Redmond at the railway station and accompanied him to the place where the speaking was held- Congratulatory addresses were presented in behalf of the local societies and by the County Council Mr Redmond in his address stated that the ownership of the land was essential for national progress He said there was sufficient land to support ten times the present population but it was in the hands ofa few landlords or graziers while the people were huddled together on barren 1andsThe great problem Mr Redmond said was to give the tenant farmer the ownership of the Iland be tilled This he thought would je ac comp1 bed by the land act On the general prospects of the Irish cause Mr Redmond said there was good grounds for hope and confidence He pointed out the fact that confusion had overtaken both the English parties in Parliament These same parties had been wont to sneer at Irish weaknesses and differences From the moment when Rosebery in the name of the Liberal party went back oh Gladstones policy for Ireland that party had gone steadily to ruin and It must be to all friends of Ireland and to ail who honor the memory of Gladstone a great satisfaction to know that Rosebery was not appointed Prime Minister oh jQladstones recommendation when the latter retired The Tory party Mr Redmond de dared was so broken and shattered that With its majority of ISO in the House of Commons iit would not remain in power a week after Parliament assembled While the English parties were divided weak and hopeless the Irish party was solid He held that the more independ eDt and prosperous the farmers and laborers of Ireland become the better the educationall facilities at the disposal of the youth of Ireland the more justice they obtained ohf the question of the financial telatibnc the more fitted would the Irish nation become tot selfgovern meat and the more determined to b lain ft Mr Redmond dwelt at lengthon emi gration and bitterly opposed it One cause of emigration that ought to be re moved he said was the exaggerated prospect held out to Irish boys and girls if they went to America He criticized Mr Carnegies speech at Waterford where the latter had told of the pros perous condition of the Irish In the United States Mr Redmond said that the poorest laborer in Kerry wa happier than the majority of Irish WPrkiugtneh in the United States SECOND oANcp The dheaterfjeidi Club will give its sec ond select dance at IJelmpht Haltf next thursday evening November 12 Good music will iin attendance The dub Iis composed of some of the best known young meh fathe East End among theni i 1LWi j oehlen C LA LeahIy Jl fVlyaa F Cl PlUtA tf 0 Sttftckerj Wj JP Laiklns1It A Hill and C E C nnelly it t t TLSAMPLE ROOM Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool CJH J HIPKBVi Proprietor Homo Telephone 384 SS LS W Jefferson St tt fn t t tn t Ht n fUltULt t tJj ttl+ WILLIAM BORGMANNDisti- llers Agent and Wholesale and Retail Dealer in WHISKIES BUSIES flLfM CIGftfyS I offerto the consumer some fine old whiskies at the following low prices gal8ytarI l gal4yearl Or anything In the WINE or LIQUOR line at correspo1lnglylowprlces Will ship in plain wooden boxes without any additional charge Home Phone 6264 2141618 SEVENTH ST LOUISVILLE KY We guarantee age and purity of all our goods 6 I JOHN 15 PRANK WALTERS Cfay=Sfreet Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET H Telephone aopa LOUISVILLE KY SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON THE I a IlliAit I Il b In an ELEGANT PARXOR BlKlNG CAR i B H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky L PRANK J REED General passnger Agent MAnagerW 4 jfl c j j You Want T0 A Save tMQney ft I Your Winter Suit Attend i7 r t j JTbe ijl l- S15 tft Special E Sale At RiosjtWv THIRD AND MARKET Now lathe 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 I KILLMEIER MERCHANT TAILOR 1741 W MARKET STREET SMQKE and ENJOY COONEY ENNED- YSCIGAI They Are The Best Brands Made Monarch Qea DeWetr IrishAmeric- 8nFLORADECASTILLO Finest 1O Cent Cigar Ma- de1292wL1pI1 S1reet FATHER cysiiiNd ILL The Rev Father John Gushing for merly Jof the diocese of Denver is very ill at St Anthonys Hospital in this city Father Gushing several years agoeir gageiJtficontrDversy with the JUgCl Rev Bishop Matz of Denver that was carried to Rome The decision of the church authorities was against Father CtuhiBg and he wasprderea intoretire ntiHe l awe o Louisville1 and in tddoiagtdthe TraPPht MoaaMery at Geibsemaue His hesTtli failed bow ever and he soughtt refuge in St Anthonys HoapitaU JIe Siv sfcffering from heart disease and his condition is gradually growing more sadonfi 0 4 a i a dl C g y Pall Styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas e J SCHNEIDER OBALEH IN CHOICE Hams Bacon Pork Lard- S Sausages Etc 4 STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET SrectsrTBLBIHONB 2241 HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS 1 FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street CARRARpSMiV ITALIAN SPAGHETTI TELEPHONE 761 N1E Corner Third and Green Sts QO TO Pioneer Bottling House FORSSTRAIGHT WHISKIES DIG JUG AT DOOR 1 JillP DANJ913 WEST BROADWAY near Union Statloa BIG FOUR ROUTE TO t IndianapolisPeoria CHICAGOAND ALT POINTS IN INDIANA and MICHIGANV BEST TERMiNkSHH UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICEv 1l0 2b9IoufthAve j8 J G TE L KyWARRWM P DEPPKA G P A CINCINNATI O J j n- n r 4 r y iiii iiim I I NIUOKY IRISH A RIOAN t ITS COMMON GOSSIP But we cant help that Its our nature to give you a x GOOD PIANOon easy terms A child could make the selection with safety here because we would rather lose a sale than sell an unreliable instrument Just now we have great bargains in new and used pianos and can save you FROM 50 TO 100 t MontenegroRiehmi Music Co OOQOOO FOURrU AVENUE iFORGOODNESS SAKE EAT 1 MOTHERS BREADGOOD WAY GOOD EVERY DAY CHEAPER TtlANFLOUR Yes The flour youd put In the loaf youd bake at home would cost more than a loaf of MOTH ERS BREAD Quit baking and try it Leave a standing order with your grocer and save the WHITESIDES BLUE LABELS for some nic- eCHINA FREE +ttH t i HCUSCADENSHave ons twenty Five push wagons selling our famous Brick Ice Cream and fifty people employed This is evidence that t WRI tg M I IJJtI II I I 44IDItPURE tII + JAMES SOWDERS 159 West Jefferson Street J r Fish and Oysters BOTH PHONES mesa t It It H++++ It It tit It It iiIAtOSSPENCERAccountant President Educates Young PeopleF- orBuiiness Good Employment and Succtsat CALL OR witrrt rbn run INFORMATION UttlOR Nstked Owl txAwg Business CollegeSTREETS LOWSYILLE KY It H It H It It itilt++ It It+ ItIt+ Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 700 WEST WALNUT STREET TELEPHONE 81O i t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t C PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged i rELIDPHO1 rIii 1389 Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts t4 1t4 1 1 1E1 Fit 1 1 ilIlBL L I Muidoon Monument Gomponu lDESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OP IITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE I flonumentsII II Artlitlc Work Only Sollcltei Workibapi uA StvOw Cum Italy WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET III- L I 1 DRINKa Hofbrau I senor Beer t BREWED BY SENNn ScACKE MAN BRE G COA-I rooPO t TzDITSLKPHONE 42 lr ouxirzr4x Kir t In JfJ p Mens Furnishings FOR THE COMING COLD WEATHER I 1 15 MixedGfor 25c For Fine Seamless Worsted 25L Cashmere and Yarn Sox in colors and solid black Wool50cGloves best values ever shown for the price BoysC HeavyC received a large of Robes Office SmoKing JacKets LADIES AND CHILDRENS I ndUnderwear1oton heels and toes narrow or wideCribbed regular 25c quality Ladies Extrafine Lislethread Hose fast black heels 5candLadies Finequality Natural Gray Woolribbed Union Suits Oneita style 7 Cquality Third and Fourth Third Fourth 0 What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- New5 Notes Three applications for were received by Division 3 on Monday night Division 3 of Dover N H iis preparing to hold a fair beginning Monday Novem ber 23- The Syracuse divisions are preparing to hold a series of lectures during the winterCounty President Fleming of New Al bany paid a 200 death benefit to the widow of Joseph Gill Members of the order at Zanesvllle Ohio will celebrate Thanksgiving day by conferring the degrees on a class of twentyfive candidates Division 3 at its last meeting tendered the Kentucky Irish Americana vote of thanks for commendatory articles on its nineteenth anniversary celebration- At Youngstown Ohio last Sunday 100 candidates received the degrees Members of the order from allover the State witnessed the impressive ceremonies Miss Katherine Sheridan of Boston State President of the Ladies Auxiliary reports a net gain of 2000 in the mem bership of the auxiliary in Massachusetts Division 3 of Dayton Ohio is prepar ing to hold a bazar from November 23 to 28 to raise an emergency fund for the relief of those suffering beyond thirteen weeksCounty President Pat Sullivan and James Coleman were among those who expressed their delight at the success of the anniversary celebration of two weeks previousExState President Martin Cuslck is not only a good Hibernian but an excellent prophet on matters political His prediction of the result in the Eleventh ward proved to be correct Pat Holly was warmly welcomed when he wade his appearance at the last meet ing of Division 3 It was his first visit in many weeks He presided and rewarded the members with a thoughtful address A social meeting of Division 1 and the Ladies Auxiliary of Brainerd Minn was held last week After spending an hour at progressive euchre the members spent a very enjoyable evening dancing Irish jigs and reels Division 1 of Duluth is preparing to observe a memorial day out of repect to deceased members This same division took a prominent part in the laying of the cornerstone of the Cathedral pa rochial school on Sunday The degree team from Division 8 of Chicago will confer the Tour degrees on a large class on the North Side November 15 Following the initiation there will be a musicals and reunion of all the divisions on the North Side The Rev W T Mclaughlin State Chaplain of the order in New Jersey lectured at Newark under the auspices of Division 5 Many atereopticanviews were used to illustrate the lecture and occasionally appropriate songs were sung The Minnesota State officers of the Ladies Auxiliary have undertaken to increase the la that State 5000 before May I To stimulate toI awpber to secure rtcrufu several prize have been 4taTo any member who l n o A 25 iassortment 75 I Medicated Scarlet Underwear extra finished T1 350 for Mens I25toJt p Cardigan Jackets and fancy knit large assortment of colors Just line Bath Coats t and Hermsdorf doublesoles membeship membership fancy crocheted neck pants to match regular 25C quality One of the seasons best offeredat this sale 1 CforLadies Extraheavy Egyptian Cotton IFleecelined Vests narrow or wideribbed silktaped fancy crocheted neckand front French band pants to match 0 IIatU1 BACON SONS IBet MARKET STREETBet and HIBERNIANS WjIO we11I to the St Louis Worlds Fair Including expenses not to exceed 15 Simile r prizes are offered for those who bring thirty twenty and ten new members The Oliver Hibernian school has been opened in Baltimore and the registration of pupils U in charge of officers of the Hibernians In opening this school the order is carrying out the terms of a legacy that came into the hands of its officer I sixty years ago More than 100 piipil are in Attendance and the scholars receive their books without charge Division 5 of Chicago recently gave one of the best entertainments in the his tory of the division Among those present were the State President two CountyY Presidents and fourteen division Presidents The State President of the Ladles Auxiliary just home from Ireland was also present and gave a graphic descrip tion of all she saw and heard in the Green Isle- Attorney Frank M Tracy one of the new members recently received into DI- vision 1 at Covington makes this declaration While I broke an important engagement to be initiated last week I have nothing to be sorry for I can as sure you October 28 will be a red letter day in the history of my life I see now what I have lost all these years I have been made a better Catholic I have begun to know my people my country and if I dare say I have gotten in touch with the country of my ancestors across mydyingMACAULEVS The ever popular Burgomaster comes to Macauleys Theater Monday Tuesday and Wednesday nights of next week with a matinee on Wednesday Miss Ruth White will be the prima donna and Oscar I Figmau the leading comedian Tim Murphy In The Man from Missouri will be the attraction during the last half of the week with a Saturday matinee BUCKINGHAM Webers Dainty Duchess will be the attraction at the Buckingham Theater next week It is described as a sidesplitting farical conceit elaborately staged Among the star entertainers are Williams and Adams Jordan and Har vey the Monte Carlo Millionaires Hayes and Suits refined vaudeville and specialty artists fZlturner the European comedy juggler and the Duchess Four Prey Allen Evans and Vyner Besides there will be two burletUs A Day and a Night and Mistakes Will Happen The usual matinees will be given HOPKINS Splendid vaudeville attractions con tinue to draw large audiences to two performances twice a day at Hopkins Theater Not only does Manager Hop king present good vaudeville bills but he has an able and energetic press agent in Mr Carl C Ossley who from his long newspaper experience knows how to touch the popular chonl Next week Mr Hopkins promises to eclipse all former bills with such celebrites as the Kaufman Cycle Troupe Mr and Mrs Stuart Darrow with shadow send and amoke pictures Clifford and Dixon Gorman comedians Kelly and VioletteJ the famous fashion plate duo J Warren KetB palmist and juggler and the Xretto SteU family in jjumpisg and comedy MratMtfc 4 Patrosdenr IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Cardinal Logne dedicated the new church at Cullyhanna Patrick Donovan a carter at Bandon sustained serious injuries by falling from his vehicle His recovery is probable Edward Riley an employe of the Bootle Electricity Corporation Works was Accidentally killed by the fall ofa derrick The threeyearold son of William Mc Sweeney of Abinagh was burned to deathwhile his parents were absent from the house John Condon aged thirtyfive and a native of Cahir Tipperary was acci dentally killed by the caving in of a sewer in the County Limerick Thl residence of Stephen E Curry formerly High Sheriff of the county Kerry was recently destroyed by fire All his household effects were destroyed Edward Carey Jr has been elected I fatherII serviceIDerry dropped dead of heart disease in a hotel at Belfast Father Mulholland was fifty years old and was greatly beloved by peopleGreat is prevalent in the West of Ireland owing to the failure of the potato crop The matter has been called to the attention of the Congested Dis tricts Board I Louis Hanrahan eldest son of John Hanrahan the well known Cork attorney died recently at Johannesburg South Africa The young man was the Secretary of a gold mining company Robb engineer of a rockI ICharles work near Castledery fell beneath the big machine and before be could be rescued his right leg was mashed- so badly it had to be amputated I The Rev Peter McGurk was ordained priest at the Cathedral in Derry recently by the Right Rev Bishop ODoherty Father McGnrk is the son of James Mc Gurk a merchant of Broagh Castledown son and the second son ordained priest within two years The tenants on the Hon John E Red monds estate in Wexford have agreed to purchase their holdings It has been agreed that 20 per cent reduction is to be given on second term rents and the first term rents fixedince 1890 while on first term rents fixed before or in 1896 the reduction by the sale is to be 25 percent Negotiations are also being made for the purchase of the holdings on the Butler estate Tipperary and the Gascoyne estate near KilfinaneJ Lord Ardllaun of Clontarf Dublin is one of those not enthusiastically in favor of the land bill He said at a recent meeting that it was impossible to gauge the value ofthe land act for good or evil He had no objection to theact but he disapproved of the principle on which it was founded which was of bribing the tenants to purchase their holdings and bribing the landlords to sell Continuing he Aidttare was noy doubt that toward the landlords it wee the fairest act that bad ever be a pawed Lord ArdiUun in referring to the fiscal question declared Ia favor of protection J- fJ n U a n 1 WATHENSlIce Cream and SherbetsH- AVE THREE STRONG POINTS i PURITY QUALITY PRICE- Try them and you will be convinced Cream shipped as far as 400 miles HOME TELEPHONES 2144 AND 3988 629 EIGHTH STREETS + + + + + + + + + =QQ + + + + + + C 0f ON COALI- t Is hardly necessary to suggest that you prepare to fill your coal house Our Coal is clean burns free 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