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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r I KFNTUCKY1RIII AMERICAN VOLUME XLNO 20 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER L 14 1903 PRICE FIVE CENTS INITIATION By iho Local Council Knights of Columbus a Great Success Many Visitors Were On Hand From Adjacent Cities and States Banquet in the Evening a Fitting Finale to tho Day STATE TOWNS WELL REPRESENTED y The Initiation of a class of sixty rand dates by the Louisville Council Knights of Columbus last Sunday wee a success in every particular The initiatory ex ercises were held in the Scottish Rite Temple at Sixth and Walnut streets and began about 2 oclock and continued all afternoon and well into the evening After the initiatory ceremonies the new and old Knights of Columbus adjourned to the Louisville Hotel where an elegant banquet had been prepared for them It was a great day for the local Knights of Columbus and the taste of hospitality shown the visitors from Cincinnati St Louis Lexington and other points is an evidence of the fact that when the delegates to the supreme convention meet here next summer they will be well en tertainedState Deputy Charles J OConnor was the highest officer at the initiation which was conducted by a degree team of mem bers of the Louisville council under the guidance of Grand Knight P M OReilly In the degree work the local knights were assisted by Dr Thomas B Hart of Cin cinnati and the Cincinnati degree team made up of Grand Knight James J Car berry Joseph B Kealy William J Fox James J Maher William J Tanner and John J Sullivan In ell the Cincinnati and Covington party numbered about fifty knights Of the class of sixty who were initiated several were well known priests and others were prominent citizens of Louis vibe and outlying towns In Kentucky Among Je visiting knights from=y + Mington were ban grow or txington Herald John M Kelly Thomas D Mur ray John Hanley James J OBrien Ed ward Houlihan John Fitzgerald W J Norton and Dr James Shannon F C Laughlin came down from Mt Sterling and John S Leahy from St Louis On account of the length of tlw initia tory ceremonies it was late when the ban quet began John S Leahy of St Louis who was to have responded to the toast Knights of the Twentieth Century had to catch a train He spoke only a few minutes while the knights were discus sing the menu and then made his adieux The lion Edward J McIJermott was toastmaster and presided with his cus tomary ease and grace He thanked th visitors for their attendance and said tha their presence gave great pleasure to their Louisville brothers Continuing the speaker declared that while the church was doing its duty in the maintenence o its doctrines while the clergy were zeal ously performing their duties much re sponsibility must still rest upon the shoulders of the laymen If our men and women said Mr Mc Dermott do not show to the world that their religion has a practical influence on their daily lives making them truthful s honest highminded and conscientious in all their dealings with ther fellow men we can not expect others to look upon our creed with favor An Intelligent educated upright laity is the best proof of the regenerating power of ou faith and will have the most persuasive influence upon the minds and hearts of seekers after truth He also referred t the disfavor in which the Catholic church stood in this country Jn the first half of the last century and how greatly it had risen lately in public esteem The speaker said that the Catholic knights and ladies of the twentieth cen tury did not have the same duties to per form as did the knights and ladies of th Middle Ages but though their duties and dangers were different in kind they were equally as important and often as trying to the soul The best service we can render the church the best way to win converts to her fold said Mr Mc Dermott is to convince our neighbors by our daily conduct that we are not ouly faithful to our duties at the altar but that we are also upright in all of our dealings with others in private life H urged the Knights of Columbus to keep their standards pure and high to make the church everywhere the champion of education charity morality and liberty the stronghold of purityand justice the shield of the weak and the staff of the poorWilliam Wolking a prominent citi zen of Cincinnati responded to the toast Ladies of the Twentieth Century and handled his subject in a masterly man I neroJ P OMeara of Elizabethtown o WM to have responded to the toutliMy Old Kentucky Home but he was un avoidably absent His place was ably taken by Alderman Jamea J Fitzgerald The banquet closed with the singing of America A new council in la process of organiza tion luSt ABBS pariah Providence R i The pastor the Rev Father Boone aMae D ity Mattkew ICII1II1IIiua c who are making great efforts for the es tablishment of this council hope to start with 100 members or the full membership of St Peters Society The members of Louisville Council Knights of Columbus will go to Owens boro on Sunday November 22 to insti tute a new Council of the order John Joseph Kaiii Council is the name of the body to be instituted at Kirkwood Mo on November 22 The society is named in honor of the late Archbishop of St Louis EXPIRED SUDDENLY Capt John J Connolly Falls a Victim to Heart Disease Capt John J Connelly one of this citys oldest and bravest firemen died suddenly Tuesday morning as a result of heart disease while being conveyed from tho No 5 engine house to his home 625 Thirteenth street Capt Connelly with his fire company had aided in the sup pression of a fire after midnight and while fighting the fire inhaled a great amount of smoke After the fire was ex tinguished Capt Counelly returned to the engine house and chatted pleasantly with the firemen for an hour or more be fore retiring A member of the company heard him cry out in pain and summoned Dr W T Hayse who after an examina tion advised Capt Connelly to go home This he did but refused to allow any of the firemen to accompany him He died in the cab while en route home Capt Connelly was born in Philadel phia forty nine years ago He came to Louisville with his parents when quite a youth and began to make his livelihood as a stationary engineer Later be went on the river as a steamboatman and served several years In 1883 he was appointed a member of the Louisville fire department A year later he attended a Tire at Third and Green streets where both his legs were broken After his recovery he was transferred to the No 5 engine company where he finallyarose to be captain which posi tion he held at the time of his death His wife who was before marriage Miss Mag gie Cavanaugh is prostrated over her husbands death He left no children Capt Connelly was a brother of Siegel Connelly of the police force and of Mrs Mary Stephens The funeral took place from St P tricks church Thursday morning and was attended by members of the fire depart meatandtiiauynilyolfietalsvf a a GREAT SUCCESS Was the Euchre Given by the Catholic Knights and Ladles The euchre given at Phoenix Hill Park on Monday afternoon and evening under the auspices of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America was a grand success socially and financially A fair crowd was present in the afternoon which in creased to large proportions at night playethetgames and prizes and her work gave gen eral satisfaction She was ably assisted MergeretlroleyfMary Joseph Vetter Dr Ganz Andrew Kact Miss Mary Kast James Coleman and othersQuite a nice sum was realized and will be added to the funds already on hand The local members of the Catholic Knights and Ladies feel assured now that they will have sufficient money to entertain the visiting delegates to the national convention which meets here next year 1 WORKr Conferoonce of St Vincent de Paul Society St Johns Conference of the St Vln cent de Paul Society celebrated the fortyseventh anniversary of its estab pastorethe Very Rev Father Bax who has been its Spiritual Director since its founda tion addressed the members reviewing the history of the society and congratulating them on the good work done by the conference- St Johns conference is not only one of the oldest but one of the most infiu ential of the various conferences in the city The St Vincent de Paul Society Catholicemen who look after the welfare of the poor and distressed men who feed the hungry harbor the harborless visit the sick and bury the dead S r DISTINGUISHED VISITOR The lion Thomas Paul Monaghan of Wilmington Del and a brother of the late lamented Father James Monaghan visited the city during the present week He came to Louisville to settle up the affairs of his brotherwho died in Wil mington several months ago Father Monaghan had served In this city as assistant pastor at St Patricks StCe cilias and St Augustines churches but at the time of his death was pastor of St Lawrences church at Knoltsville His brother who WM here this week IsI a taeraber of the Delaware Legislature and faa typical lrieh gwtlerhtani POPE PIUS Xr Named Two Cardinals at the First Consistory of His Reign Contrary to Predictions No Red Hat For the United States His Holiness Complains of the Lack of Temporal Power t CONFIRMS ARCHBISHOPS AND BISHOPS Ills Holiness Pope Piux X presided over the first secret consistory of his Pontificate last Monday and despite the predictions of the Rome correspondents no new American Cardinal was named On the contrary only two Cardinals were createdMonsignor Merry Del Val the new Papal Secretary of State and Mon signor Callegari Archbishop of Padua In addition to confirming the creation of the new Cardinals the consistory con firmed the appointment of Archbishop Harty of Manila the Right Rev Pedro Ganzaloz y Estrada as Bishop of Havana the Right Rev Maximilian Reynoso y Delcoral as Titular Bit bop of Nocesarea the Right Rev Thomas A Hendricks as Bishop of Cebu the Right Rev Manual Orne y Vivauco as Bishop of Pinar del Rio Cuba and the Right Rev Bonavent ure M Broderick formerly of Hartford Conn to be Auxiliary Bishop of Havana as Titular Bishop of Giulianpoli Ever since the election and coronation of Pope Pius X the newspapers have been filled with predictions concerning the appointment of one or more American Cardinals so that Protestants as well as Catholics anxiously awaited this first consistory all striving to guess where the red hat would fall The anxious ones were disappointed A new Cardinal for America was not even discussed at the consistoryAt secret consistory held on Mon day only the Pope and Cardinals then in Rome were present His Holiness ware the full Pontifical robes used only in tbe first secretjrqnsjsioryof each Fopei After the Pope had seated himself on the throne all present advanced singly and paid bib homage The master of ceremonies then called upon all those present save the Pope and Cardinals to leave the hall This they did and the doors were closed Pope Pius opened the consistory with a prayer after which Cardinal Oreglia Dean of the Sacred College formally thanked the Pope in behalf of the Cardi nals for having put aside his personal preferences and ossumiugjhe heavy re sponsibilities of governing the church Pope Piux in replying uttered an allo cution which received not only the ap probation of the Cardinals but must of necessity meet the approval of all Chris tian people throughout the world The keynote of his address was the same as in his first encyclical As Christ is truth we must go toward the truth In part the PopeaddressingtbeCardinals- said Knowing the duties resting on the Roman Pontiff it is not strange if we considered ourselves unfit for the task for as we saw the apostolic dutieswe judged they could not be properly carried out with our strength as we recognized that on rising to the Papal throne greatest study must be to give the most force to religion and to rectify errors All this considering our great weakness frightened us but as God willed to elevate us to this dignity we trust in His help to sustain us Before all our efforts will be to retain the faith inviolate and to pro vide for the eternal salvation of all without saving ourselves any trouble or fa tigue For truths sake it is necessary that in governing the church the Pontiff should appear to be free and not the sub ject of any power This is not the case and that is what we lament as being a grave injury to the church Your precious help and advice my precious brothers assist me in fulfilling the duties of my most important office and I shall always ask for your counsel under grave circum stances Thus each of you sustaining part of the immense weight resting upon us our services will benot only to the faithful but to the whole world We shall not follow any path but that of our pre desessors namely to restore all in Christ As Christ is truth we must go toward truthThe Pope in his office can not sepa rate the faith from politics Therefore he being the head and sovereign ruler of the most perfect society namely the church constituted among men and of men strictly composed he certainly must wish that between him and the princes of the world and the rulers of public affairs mutual relations should exist if he wishes to provide for this society liberty for Catholics in all parts of the world Ef forts are now being made to destroy the liberty of the Catholic truth which the church must absolutely oppose as that is not a promotion of liberty but corrup tion of liberty However following the Redeemer we must pity and pardon the sinners while trying by all means to be come reconciled with them We trust to accomplish what our predecessors could notreachthat truth shall overcome everywhere the errors of injustice We shall persist iia this struggle as if all our dwicM are not completely MtkfMd Car n I o tainly with the help of God we shall succeed iu having the cAire of truth established and consolidated in all good people and propagated to ill others who are well disposed J At the Conclusion of bis address the Pope named the two new Cardinals and asked What have you to say In response tile Cardinals rofeed their caps as a sign of affirmation The confirma tion of the Archbishops on 1 Bishops fol lowed and then ths c nsistory was brought to a close On Thursday the first nblic consistory was held at which tiffi c the red hats were conferred on Cardini Is Merry del Val Callegari Aguti TJigliano and Katschthaler The ceremonies were very elaborate LWORTH RECOGNIZED Dr C Louis Molr Appointed Registrar of thClty Hospital f Dr C Louis Moir has been appointed Registrar of the City Hospital to succeed Dr George B Jenkins resigned Dr Moir who has just attaiuedlhia majority DR C LOUIS MOIR graduated from the Kentucky School o Medicine last July and stoojjteecpnd in a large class of bright young MC He ii- a is son of Dr Charles Moir o 2403 Third avenue He vas recpmmeniidjforfRsgis j trar of the City HVsGrty t1lent r faculty of the Kentucky School of Medi cine and by many other eminent local physicians and surgeons There were sixteen applicants for the place but Dr Moir was chosen on account of his fitness for the place His friends are rejoicing over his appointment and predict a successful career for the young docto- rJEFFERSONVILLE I Good IrlsitAmoricatts Who As pire to Democratic Nomi nations John Kenney aud James Burke both good IrishAmericans and residents of Jeffersonville are candidates for Demo cratic nominations Mr Kenney aspires to be Trustee of Jeffersonville while Mr Burke asks the nomination for Treasurer Mr Kenney was born of Irish parents iin Pennsylvania fortyodd years ago When four years old he removed to Kentucky JOHN KENNEY County President Jeffersonville Ancient Order of Hibernians with his parents and lived in this State till he was twentythree years old His wife who died recently was Miss Annie Lyons of Henry county Soon after his marriage Mr Kenney removed to In diana and settled in Dubois county where he taught school for twelve years In 1894 he was appointed one of the staff officers at the Prison South and re mained there until a change of adminis tration He has served oue term as a member of the Town Board and is fully competent to discharge the duties of the office to which he aspires Mr Burke who aspires for the nomi nation for County Treasurer is a brother of the late Prank Burke and iila well known and respected citizen of Jefferson vile He has been a lifelong Democrat and has theaupport of litany tof the lead lug citizensSUPREME BOARD MEETS Joseph P McGinn left Tuesday for St Louis where he is attending the sessions of the Supreme Board of thit etholiic Knights of America This bdard Is com posed of the Supreme Trust and the matI BukU known till next w I a OFFICIAL VISIT S Paid by Grand President Kelly and Staff to Satolll Council Excellent Advice Given Mom born of the YouogDlcns- Instltuto The Advantages of the Order Sot Before the Young Mon GOOD RESULTS WILL FOLLOW The official visit of Grand President James B Kelly to Satolli Council Y M I called forth a large attendance Mon day night The routine business of the council was dispatched in short order and the meeting was turned into a social session with William OConnor presid ingGrand President Kelly was received with great applause He was accom panied by Grand Secretary George J Laulz Chairman of the Board of Grand Directors Joseph Piazza DeputyatLarge Harry Colgan Council Deputies Edward Bosler and Vincent B Smith Clarence H Zook and several members of the council from St Meinrads Indiana Mr OConnor welcomed the grand of ficers in a few words after which Grand President Kelly addressed the council He saidIt indeed a great pleasure to make my first official visit to No 103 a council that has always reflected credit upon the order and that has largely con tributed by the talents and genius Of her members in placing the Young Mens Institute in the fore front of Catholic societies in the country The history of the Presidents of Satolli Council since its Institution would be a history of gentlemen of the highest char acter intelligent able and progressive offever Young Mens Institute What I say regarding the chief officers of your council tan be applied to their collegues and hlttbI1U t ueN ilastaboad tration of my predecessor as Grand Presi dent will place the name of your fellow member Brother William A Perry upon the escutcheon of the Young Mens In stitute history in such a manner as to make it a lasting monument to the Ken tucky jurisdiction The Grand President is the servant and not the master and any officer who does not understand this relation and act accordingly can not properly perform his functions and is not entitled to the re sped and confidence of the members We enjoy a material wellbeing exceed ing that of any former period in our existence and it shall be my aim to maintain this condition of affairs by the fullest consultation touching policies and harmony of action in pursuance of a sentiment expressed by the members Without your counsel and support I shall utterly fail as your leader and bring severe criticism on those who by their votes elected me It is well that our progress should be gradual and our suc cess based upon a judicious approval of its principles after intelligent study rather than upon an enthusiasm that will cool because unsupported by a just appreciation of what the Young Mens Institute is intended to accomplish We have been given special and peculiar privileges but with them come grave responsibilities We can not escape the burden laid upon us when we took the obligation of membership and our deter mination should result In the Increase of zeal to bring all those who profess our religion into our ranks that we might strengthen their faith and teach all the highest ideal of Catholic citizenship Every good work you undertake in this council will not fail to benefit you and your brethren in the faith But this influence can be widened through the com bined efforts of all your members Map out you plan of operation apportion the workamong the members then by union and uniformity of action good results are sure to be obtained I do not make it a rule to speak dis paragingly of other societies for all are doing some Rood work but I will say that the Young Mens Institute Is better adapted for the advancement of the young Wren and the employment of his talents than any other Catholic lay organization There are a number of young men just entering upon life with good minds but deficient education who from this cause are kept back and labor under great diffi culties Our rlub houses libraries and meetings of the councils affords school where an education can be acquired that will materially assist them and secure promotion In their chosen callings Nor if we cease to grow we begin to die Let Satolli Council prese forward in this good work and may the success of the present administration exceed that of any former periodGrand Secretary George Lautz talked along similar lines and expressed his appreciation of the welcome given the grand officers by SatolHs members Deputy Vincent B Smith also spoke en couragingly and promised to aid Satolli in all her undertakings by word and deed Deputy Edward Bosler one of Trinitys Met workers followed and spoke in a ii SlArBfiirit tad trade a few MtggMtioiu D that will prove of advantage to Satolli in the effort being made Iff reach the young men of the central part of the city William J OSullivan responded to the remarks of the grand officers His ad dresswas full of rich humor and good fellowship It was received with tumul tuous applause by members of Satolli and the distinguished visitors As there was no other business to transact the meeting adjourned The new ritual has been given to the printer and will be soon ready for issue a r SAD SUMMONS That Ends All Camo to Daniel P White the Tobacco Man Daniel P White a respected citizen of Louisville died at his home 1814 First street early Monday morning Mr White had suffered from a cancer of the abdomen during the past ten months but died fortified by the holy sacraments of the church and with perfect Christian resignation He leaves a wife who was Miss Katie Glenn before her marriage and three sons The deceased was born in Green cbuuty this State fiftytwo years ago He was the son of Dr D P White a prominent physician of that section Thirtyfive years ago Mr White removed to Louisville and entered the tobacco business as a member of the firm of Glover White Co then one of Louis vllles largest wholesale tobacco warehouses When this firm retired from business Mr White connected himself with the Green River Tobacco Company where he became the moving spirit amassed a fortune and retired several years ago The deceased was a brother of Dr William P White who formerly wa head of the Health Department of Louis vile and of R A White of Green county Mr White was a member of St Louis Bertrands church where the funeral services over his remains were held on Wednesday morning The pallbearers were ActiveMessrs Louis Seelbacb Thomas F Wilson E H Hail W O Head F W Bonnie and GR Hunt Jr HonoraryBoyd Win chester John M Atherton John G Roach J L Adams and H Q Grinter ABLE DOMINICAN Fathoi Matthew L Henaanr ITransforred to the East The Rev Father Matthew L Heagan O P who has been for several months s past one of the assistant priests at St Louis Bertrands convent in this city left Wednesday for New Haven Conn where be will assume its new duties as Vicar of the Dominican house Father Heagan is an able and eloquent pulpit orator and during his stay in Louisvill- made a lasting and favorable impression among the people of St Louis Bertrands congregation While his friends here are sorry to see him leave they rejoice that he has been given n promotion Father Heagan in his new charge sue ceeds the Very Rev Father Theunte O P who goes to New York as Prior o St Vincent Ferrars convent to succeed the Very Rev Father Logan O P who is now enjoying a vacation in the West The Very Rev Father Raymond Volz O P Prior of St Louis Bertrand con vent left Monday night for the East His is a business trip and will be gone about two weeks During his absence Father Martin will act as Prior at the Dominican convent BEFORE ADVENT The Catholic Womans Club Will Give a Big Euchre The Catholic Womens Club has ar ranged to give a euchre on the afternoon and evening of Friday November 27 This euchre will be held in the clu rooms on Walnut street between Third and Fourth The afternoon games will be played from 2 till 5 oclock and the evening games from 8 till 10 oclock A special invitation is extended gentlemen as it will be the last until after Advent The class in physical culture under the direction of Miss McNab is making favorable progress The first class off fifty is filled and a second class is being organized These classes in physical culture are open to married women as well as unmarried young ladies and great interest is being taken by those who are in the first class RAPIDLY IMPROVING The Rev Father John H Cushing of Denver who has been ill at St Anthonys Hospital is rapidly improving and as soon as he is able to travel which will be in about two weeks he will leave for Washington Father CushIng has been called to the national capital by the Right Rev Monsignor Falconlo the Apostolic Delegate who will assign him to an important post a SUIT FOR DAMAGES Martin Hlbbitt who has been in the employ of the Louisville Railway Company for more than twenty years as driver and motorman has sued the com pany for fl0000 damages Mr Hibbitt was hurt lna collision at Fifth and Mar ket straits about oac month ago c fc GRAND EUCHRE To Bo Given Under the Auspices of the Federation on November ID Committee On Arrangements Has Made Full Reports- on Progress Prizes Vill Bo the Handsomest Ever Awarded at Local Euchre A LARGE CROWD IS EXPECTED The Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies met in regular session at Hibernian Hall on Friday night of last week The principal subject under dis cussion was the euchre tobe given under the auspices of the Federation at Lieder kranz Hall on Thursday November 19 Dr Joseph W Fowler the President of the Federation and a newly elected Alder man was given an ovation when heap peared John J Barry Secretary of the Euchre Committee reported progress lor his committee His report elicited a general and lengthy discussion showing that the delegates to the Federation were very much interested in the forthcoming euchre In his report Secretary Barry stated that the euchre will be held only in the evening The games will be called at Insthe way of chairs tables etc have beedeprovided If the crowd is too large for the second floor overflow games will be IncidentallyMrmittee met on October 14 with Dr Frank Clark presiding Mr Barry was elected Secretary and Patrick T Sullivan Treas urer Dr Clark John J Barry and E J Aud were made a subcommittee on gen eral arrangements The following subcommittees were also chosen Cards and PunchesDr Alphonse R Bizot Miss Lola Schvraniger and Miss Mamie Kiley Kelly PressJohn J Barryt and James fr- w c 0Prizes hr e mars 14irs 14f Hoban Miss Fackler Miss Lula Schwan iger and Dr A R Bizot In order to facilitate the sale of tickets it was agreed that any person selling ten tickets should be given one free It was likewise agreed that each society be allotted twenty tickets for one delegate and ten for each additional delegate Mr Barrys report showed that the following persons and societies had do nated prizes John J Crotty William T TrinityeL Ladies Auxiliary to Trinity Council Division 3 A O H the Catholic Club Branch 4 Catholic Knights and Ladies of America and the Wybrant studio The other societies affiliated with the probabilitydonate MackinfM Ij Divisions 1 2 and 4 A O H j Catholic Knights of America Branches 4 14 21 24 642 and 45 and the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America Branches 2 5 25 73 and OG Seven hundred and twenty tickets had been distributed previous to Friday nights meeting aud at that time 150 additional tickets were giyen to delegates It was unanimously decided that prizes will be awarded to persons winning the highest number of games as far as they go This it is thought will give all a better chance to win prizes Any person or society desiring to give prizes can give them to any member of the Prize Committee named above or perferably can send them to the rest dence of Miss Lula Schwaniger a mem ber of the committee at 607 West Chest nut street which is most convenient to the Liederkrauz Hall The prizes are offeredbthe winning The tickets of admission are only twentyfive cents There are so many societies affiliated with the Federation that the success of the euchre seems to be a foregone con clusion MACKINS MEETING Mackin Council Y Mrspirited meeting Tuesday night How ever the greater part of the matter dis cussed concerned only private affairs of the council Grand President Kelly will make an official visit to Mackin next Tuesday evening and all the members are urged to be present to welcome him and the other officers The Lecture Committee reported progress All present were requested to work for the success of the pay euchre which will be given at November JACK SHELLEYS LUCK Jack Shelley one of the popular broth ers of that name who has for several thedeputiesinOldham will succeed Henry Schweitera as chief deputy when the latter enters upon his duties as clerk of the Court of Appeals Mr Shelly is well known all over the city in political and social circles popUlarclerku rj- t h w r k- I IONTUOKY IRISH AltD3RIOAN KENTUCKY 1 IffIIl e t 1111111 1N K Devoted to the Moral and Social va111co tit Ot all irieit me eats KENTUCKY IRISH AME A PR NTINGCD P BLuHE Srp H PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 8COJpPPLLAR4UBg f3K aiVq81 Rittered tthe Lonlavtile Postofflce IJSoccfI 4 Cl s Matter StreetAddtt 0 TRA nE5 UNION qg COU CIL ass 111i t gd3LIMPROVE THE PARKS y pailfowsvilldl Mt I I1- 1eautifusystemand b- tj1 t pubhc parks That is they are nice to look at but there is still room for improve bent Kteep Ofthel Grass sign are eurjottotered1 at every turrianc1 places oriKinallyIniended for public amusement the health resorts of thpprl1ecome thirds tcj blq enjoyed I only with the eyes Now this can be remedied It would cost very little money to have parts of each of the parks set aside for ball grounds just as the tennis courts have been arranged in Cherokee Park It would also prove beneficial to old and young to establish outdoor gymnasiums in the parks where children and grown people could run jump ex ercise on horizontal and parallel bars etc The benefit to health of mind and body would offset the expenditure of money These things have been tried in the East and have never failed to bring about good results Our public parks are too much like graveyards Why in some of them the officious guards will not allow a person to Even humming play a mouthharp birds are warned to keep away from the flowers If the Park Commissioners will only set aside tracts of land in each of the parks for public playgrounds the people will rise up and call them blessed PASSING OF COMBES Thelligaro1Ht iuiHeurtH Paris is authority for the state ment that M Combes the French Premier has determined to retire from office but as he is unwilling to compromise the passage of the budget he will not retire before the Christmas holidays unless forced out by an adverse vote of the majority If it be true that Premier Combes contemplates retiring and the re port has the earmarks of authen ticity it will be a cause for rejoic ing among Catholics the world over M Combes was not only largely responsible for the passage of the association laws in France but he had everything to do with enforcing them in a brutal and unwarranted i manner Through his malignant efforts the Jesuits the Trappists the Oblates and the various other orders of priests and nuns were not only dispossessed of their property and robbed of their belongings but the children and youths of France were robbed of I religious education Learned men and women of Prance have scat tered themselves all over the world establishing schools and monas teries Frances loss has been the gain of other countries The French people have begun to real ize the calamity that Premier Combes has brought upon them and should he not resign it will be only a question of a few years until he will be forced into retirement Combes will go down in history as one of the worst French Premiers f IMMIGRANTS POURING IN There are some people who claim to believe that fewer immigrants are coming to the United States each year We would refer these people to the statements of the United States Commissioner Gen eral of Immigration whose last annual report shows that 814000 immigrants came to the United States this year In other words this is a record breaking year for immigration as jt exceeds the number that arrived in 1882 when 789000 came over Of the total number this year Austria sent mo- relth1n25 per cent though among i them twentyseven different races were represented Germany sent 71000 and Ireland about half that number ry13iie rHolys Ma was 230000 It is estimated that 450 cop pf the iuew comers ere CatfiQ lies tThis ought tp shoW the peed for more Catholic Churches priests schools and teachers It also shows that despite the antiemigra tion movement in Ireland the peo pie are still anxious to seek their fortunes in the Land of the free and the home of the brave PRAISE SEEKERS The Rev Father Cronin the esteemed editor of the Catholic Union and Times of Buffalo says As a rule the most persistent praiseseekers from the Union and Times are the very persons who never do anything for it That is our experience at least and we dare say our esteemed contem poraries all along the line could tell a similar tale The Kentuckry Irish American indorses every word of that para graph The Hon John Redmond leader of the Irish Party in Parliament denies emphatically that he will resign the leadership and join William OBrien in retirement He maintains that the Irish party is still united On the other hand Mr OBrien who has announced his resignation declines to go into explanations save to say that he wishes to leave his enemies free- scope to carry ill opposition 0 his policy Add to this the ex pression of the President of the Cork branch of the United Irish league who says that the National cause is tottering to ruin in the South of Ireland Verily these thingsare to be regretted And now it is exSenator Lind say who from his new home in New York tells us that Grover Cleveland is the only man in the United States who can lead the Democrats to a national victory It used to be John G Carlisle who stood afar off and told us what to do Transplanted Ken tucians are wont to dictate to the friends they leave behind but Kentucky Democrats do not believe Grover Cleveland is the proper man to nominate America will not stand for a thirdterm Presi dent The example set by Wash ington is good enough for all Not long ago the Kentucky Irish American pleaded with Irish leaders both at home and abroad to lay aside their personal differences in their efforts to gain a better condi tion of affairs in Ireland It seems however that a number of the leaders have disagreed again and over matters of detail This is no time to quarrel or quibble It not only helps but it delights the enemy Let us hope the breach will be healed a The Irish Standard of Minne apolis informs us that 90 per cent of the men who piloted Tam many to victory in New York were of Irish birth or parentage Well the Irish and IrishAmericans in this city and State also had a big hand in helping the Democrats to victory this time and the fact should not be forgotten In the resignation of the Hon William OBrien the Irish Nation alist party in Parliament has lost one of its ablest advocates a man who has sacrificed health fortune and personal ambition for his coun try His retirement will be gen erally regretted Try our advertising column u- o I r f S0 t 5Sinti J e lc R rnltz t el pu ngy fgy stingtreladve in Marshall 111IMisses Katie and fllpf1 iCugeo hvC gone to visit friends in nnsasCity- Mrs n n lames Cant and daughter Miss Pann 1JWe vliltYngfilen 1i ew Have IIVI V U Miss Anna Howard of Cincinnati is the guest of Mrs J H Duffy of Jeffer sonyllje rdliI t tquI lu j Pram tynctf has relittue l tb his home in Jeffersonville after i a prospecting tripI to Arkansas Miss Effie Shaffer has returned to her home In this city after a pleasant Ivlslttb friendsinJranl4orirI s ill Mrs Joseph Dbgdrij bf Indianapolis Is visiting her sister Mrs James Norton at her home on Lucas Place MrsYfcouisei ORourK and Sod fvo tine the guests of Mr and iMrstt Gregory ORourke 1402 Garyin place James E Ryan the genial City Clerk of Jeffersonville has gone to Scott county on a hunting expedition Mrs 01 U Seely of Cincinnati who was visiting her sister Mrs Walter Pierce Lincoln on Garvin Place has returned home Mrs Emma Mitchell of Kansas City who was the guest of her sister Mrs Clara Ryans of Jeffersonville has returned to her home The friends of Miss Emma McCann of Jeffersonville are seriously alarmed over her condition which has suddenly taken a turn for the worse Jeremiah OHearn brother of Patrick OHearn the tailor who is located at Fort Worth Texas Is visiting his mother at Twelfth and Oak streets Philip Ott of Georgtown Ind and Miss Catherine Coleman of New Albany were married by the Rev Father Faller at St Marys church New Albany on Wednesday Eugene Antonini father of Mrs M TIConnelly has gone to Europe for an ex tended tour He will visit Paris Rome Venice and other points of interest before he returns home Michael Malone a well known resident of Jeffersonville who suffered a paralytic stroke on Saturday last is improving slowly His friends are glad to hear of his improvement Master George Dehler son of Col Charles P Dehler who has been under the care of Dr Brzozowski during the past week is improving rapidly and will be able to be out next week VJThe Harlem Clubs dance at the Athletic Club Fifth and Zane streets next Friday night promises to be an en joyable affair The members of the club guarantee a pleasant evening to all who attendMatt McDonald a popular Louisville Nashville fireman left last week for Birmingham Ala to accept a position with the Queen and Crescent route Ills host of friends wish him success in his new field Misses Florence and Agnes Edmonds of 913 Second street left Friday evening for Baltimore where they will be the guests of their sister Mrs Mattie Hill They may decide to make Baltimore their future home The friends of Miss toggle Perrette tendered her a farewell reception on her departure to Florida Miss Perrette is one of Jeflersouvllles most popular young ladies end her many admirers wish her success in her new home Miss Jean F McCann one of Jefferson villes most popular young ladies and a sister of Mrs Frank B Burke of Indian apolis fell down a stairway at her home Monday and fractured her collar bone Her injuries while painful are not sent ousNicholas Henley and Mrs Emma Clem ens Here united in matrimony in the par lora of St Peters rectory at 8 oclock Wednesday evening Mr Henley is a molder in the Louisville and Nashville railroad shops Both he and his bride are deservedly popular George Dehler the well known hard ware merchant who underwent a danger ous surgical operation on Tuesday is resting as comfortably as possible under the circumstances His host of friends will be glad to learn that he is on the high road to recovery Matthew L Streigel of Louisville and Miss Margaret McWilliams of New Albany were married in the rectory of Holy Trinity church New Albany on Wednesday the Rev Father Kelly offi dating Both are popular young people and have many wishes for their future happiness John Lell and Miss Annie Mueller were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at St Peters church at 9 oclock Thursday morning the Rev Father Jerome officiating Nuptial mass followed the mar riage ceremony During the evening Mr and Mrs Lell held a reception at the home of the bride James Wolfe the popular grocer at Eighth and Oldham streets who recently suffered from a severe attack of typhoid fever is able to be about but is not yet able to resume his business duties He is dally receiving the congratulations of his friends who hope for his speedy and complete recovery Mrs Hannah H M Brown mother of Detective Peter Brown is seriously illat her home 3602 Rowan street Mrs frown has been an invalid for nearly a- saty 1but her condition took atumfor R J th7worse recently She is one of lh- lest kmvnand highly respected ladle lathe West Entfcand her speedy recover ili1hoJdfor ij The an friend of Miss Catherine surprisedfhlsmarriage which took place at Holy Ctos epbfclt op qetbbef o Mr Chatre is one of Louisvilles most popular policemen while the bride Is beaufjfuT and acconi plished young woman Mr and Mrs Claire are at home to their friends at 2431 West Broadway Frank Welch and Miss Alberta Jenks popular young people of Neig Albany were married at Holy Trinity church Tuesday evening theRev Father Kelt officiating After the ceremony Irand Mrs Welch were tendered a reception at the home of the bride and an enjqyabl evening was spenttLater in the nigh they were serenaded by a string band Mr Welch Is a sqn of Capt John Welch Ills bride Is a ptefty and charming girl Miss Ids Mae Esterle and Joseph H Tbbe were united in matrimony ut St BdrilfaceM church at 0 oclock Tuesday morning MrsTheodore Welseuberg was maid of honor and Herman Nolting was the best man t Little Corinne Boyd Es terle and Catherine Tobe were ribbon girls The ushers were Ben Inforde Charles HlldebVand August Wiesterfield and Edward Tobe After the marriage ceremony nuptial mass was celebrated The choir rendered Haydns Imperial Mass in an impressive manner The decorations at the church and home of the bride were in white and yellow Mr and Mrs Tobe have taken a bridal tour through the South VERY POPULAR I Is the Appointment of Mr James J OBrien at Lexington t The Louisville friends of James J OBrien of Lexington will be glad to learn that he has been chosen to serve Mayorelect Thomas A Combes of Lex ington as Private Secretary Mr Mr OBrien is a printer by trade and is deservedly popular among members of his craft both here and in the Bluegrass capital He is likewise a member of the Young Mens Institute and the Knights of Columbus Mr OBrien is an ardent Democrat a thorough IrishAmerican and a practical Catholic Hewill make a splendid Private Secretary for Mayor Combes and his friends hope to see him ere many years Mayor of Lexington ST PHILIP NERIS Congregation Will Give a Big Euchre On Thursday l i Night j jaThe Financial Aid Society of St Philip Neris congregation will give a euchre at Phoenix Hill Park on Thursday Novem ber 10 The game willI be called at 830 oclock sharp A special feature will be the voting ofafine basket of fruit to the most popular lady A number of hand some and costly prizes have been secured for the occasion St Philip Neris congregation is mak ing every effort to unburden itself of debt and hopes to engage the Catholic spirited benevolent cooperation of all good people of the city in this enterprise The pastor the Rev Dr O P Acker mann Is proud of his congregation and is lending his aid in helping the euchre along MEMBERS URGED To Attend the Coming Inltia tlon of Division 1I A O H Division 1 Ancient Order of Hiber nians held a well attended meeting Tuesday night with President Mike Tynan in the cbair Mark Ryan sent ii his resignation as Recording Secretary Mr Ryan has proven to be a careful and painstaking official and the members hate to dispense with his services The resignation was held up until the next meetingIt decided to publish a directory containing the names and business ad dresses of the various members of the division The new directory it is be lieved will prove very beneficial The next initiation will be held on Tuesday November 24 when every member is requested to be present On Tuesday December 8 Division 1 will give a literary entertainment when the Ladies Auxiliary will be the guests of honor An interesting and instructive programme will be arraned for the occasion SUDDEN DEATH Visited Miss Mary j Smith a Popular Public School Principal Miss Mary J Smith Principal of the Duncanstreet school died suddenly at her home 2011 Bank street at 2 oclock yesterday morning The news of her death shocked a wide circle of her friends all over the city Miss Smith attended to her duties at school on Thursday and was apparently in the best of health until 10 oclock that night when she suddenly complained of feeling ill Physicians were hurriedly summoned but despite all that medical science could do she sank slowly to the end Deceased was the daughter of the late Edward and atherine Smith wen known rUuAtnaria ns She is survivedby four brothers and ree sisters The sistersare lisa Aaaic I ulth and Mrs L H Straub t LouUvilk sad Mrs Karin Jamas of Floyds Knob Ind The brothers are James Cornelius Prank and Emmet Miss Smith had been teaching in the public schools for twenty years past and during the last six years had been Princi pal of the Duncanstreet school Her funeral will take place from St Patricks church on Monday morning AWFUL WRECK Brought Death Itt Fearful Form to Six Railroad Mon OH Thursday As the result of a wreck on the Knox ville division of the Louisville Nash ville railroad Thursday morning six men met a sudden and awful death while another was so badly injured that his death is expected at any time Those who were killed were Engineers Martin Cannon Moorman Graves and Edward Sturgis and Firemen William Lyden John Reynolds and John Leach The seriously injured man is R E Hume a brakeman whose home is at Lebanon Junction Four of those who were killed were married Only one body was recovered thatof William Lyden It was brought to Louisville and taken to the home of Francis Lynch 1212 Seventh street from which place the funeral took place Mr Lyden was a native of Ireland and had been in the United States only a short time Near the wreck was found his pocketbook containing a life insur ance policy for 1000 His father Pat rick Lyden who lives in Ireland is named as beneficiaryMartin was born and raised in Louisville but has lived at Lebanon function about eighteen months Mr Sturgis also formerly lived in Louisville Ml were known railroad men and were bighly respected When the wreck occurred the surrounding country was covered by an impene trable fog This with the miscarriage of telegraph orders caused two heavily laden freight trains to meet on a fill three locomotives carrying engineers and fireman plunged down the embankment A dozen freight cars loaded with pig iron and dynamite fell on top of them The remains of five of the unfortunate victims were incinerated HINTS ON STYLE Quills of every tort and condition are shown in the millinery shops andsome of the most attractive are excessively broad and plaited in dull colors Metal enamel jewelled hat ornaments are handsomer than ever and the high crowns have called for long slim buckles through which may be slipped silk satin or velvet folds encircling the crown Tiny ostrich tips are sometimes clustered round The flareina plain skirti must be re tained by circular or gored cutting but itrtntnmlng skirts a skilful handling of trimming will give the desired effect The shaped flounce for example has by no means been laid aside It has merely disappeared and masquerades under other guiseThe straight full skirt finished with deep Paquin tucks at the bottom is Con sidered one of the best of the seasons models for woollens and the heavier silks and satins The skirt whatever its model save in the case of the trotting costume and the formal evening frock must be round that is it must be on the floor two or three inches at front and sides and slightly more at the back but must have no trail Bonnets with and without strings are to have a chance for their life but just how far they will succeed remains to be seen The bonnet command for last springs drawing room in England started the rolling and Paris took up the idea but the fashion is still experimental The high crown comes as a reief from the plateau but it is by no means becoming to every one and must be chosen cautiously The cavalier hat with high crown broad brim and sweeping plumes is a most picturesque creation and has many modifications The brim is rolled turned up sharply lifted slightly left to droop according to the need of the wearer or the whim of the milliner and there are innumerable variations in the adjustment of the plumes One thing is sure ostrich feathers are the most popular feature of the winter millinery and appear not only upon the picture hats but also upon the small hats and turbans THE GOOD WOMAN The good woman who is a good wife and a good mother is a blessing to a home Her relatives often do not realize her worth until she is gone They seeder spend herself unselfishly working hard the day long at her household affairs and often late into the night Her tongue slanders no one and she envies none She hears sturies from her neighbors she cant help hearing them but she is never the medium through which they go further She violates no confidences She is a power an influ eMice for virtue sobriety submission to the will of God charity and peace Her children derive strength from her and her husband courage in his work Neighbors come to her for wise counsel She is frequently at the sick bed of some friend mi often is found comforting the dying the makes us feel that God lives though our friends die around us Usually she is not appreciated until she dies But some day her children will rise up and less her and all who knew her will speak- erb praise PALLIUM ARRIVES A special messenger from the Vatican haa arrived in this country with the pal ium of Archbishop Quigley of Chicago The public investiture will take place during the first week in December When going from a warm atmosphere into a cooler one keep the mouth closed 80 that the air may be warmed by its towage through the nose ere it reaches the lunge I D- a H + HH t H + SPECIAL FLYERS In Our Mens Departments HATS HATS We fill the pocket book as well as the bead In this department and whats more we give you the same styles In the moderate price hats as well as others ask 500 for We want your lint trade and If styles qualities and prices will do the work well land you POINTER No1 POINTER No2 Soft or Stiff Hats in all the leading Just received a Manufacturers odds shapes a quality some dealers claim and ends several hundred in the r lot 00fromJ I1 MENS FURNISHINGS Fleeced Undershirts and Drawers I Derbyribbed Shirts and Drawers qualityquality 5candDrawersDrawers nnhurry1 GATHOFSEIGHTH t 111111 MM + MMHHM +M H M M r lLargest Housefurnishers in the World mi 631 633 635 637 639 West MarKet St Louisville Ky M ul tt We Can Show You 1 More in a minute if you to come to our I t nutI really ought not to buy Furniture House furnishings Carpets or Stoves without first seeing them Our stocks embrace full and complete lines of every reliable grade and make and we shall be much pleased to go over them with you and show you all about them and tell you everything you want to know We will be satisfied with the opin II lmveII I y I t doII mt ANY KIND OF CREDIT TERMS tle= r JJ 3 tHHHHH 1 1 11111 I1111Ilih31 1 d HHH CI 4111- e H 111 11 I+H For the Holidays I I There is no question but that now is the time to buy the present I you intend to give for Christmas Should your intended gift be A I difficultyinlargest and most varied ever exhibited here consisting of Diamonds Watches Jewelry Novelties II particularizeSecure I any article set aside until the holidays arrive Remember that we also make a specialty of fine watch and jewelry repairing I I J BRUNNJEWELER AND OPTICIAN II 530 WEST MARKET ST LOUISVILLE KYII TtI 111 1 IHHH 1 1 I+H+H H 1 HHHI 1 1 HIiJlo Hl HOPENED AT New STEVE DUNIGANS N W Corner 7lh and Ste Catherine Sis BarberPromptService and First Class Treatment Guaranteed tools Sterilized ShopASA O ANGELL Proprietor WEBB Assistant GIVE US A CALL GEHER SON217 Market Street Near Second North Side New Store Just Opposite Old Stand Stoves i RangesHOUSE FURNISHING GOODS AND KITCHEN SUPPLIES DUR SPECIALTY Stoves and Ranges made In Louisville NOTIOETHE HOPE WORSTED MILLS the new mills on Kentucky street between Logan and Swan will be completed about Dec 1 employmenttoof age Hours of work7 a m to 5415 p m Saturdays 7 a m to 415 p m NEW MILLS GOOD WAGESSLIGHT WELL VENTILATED Apply NoW to Preseat mils Logan and Mason Streets rII U SEGIlTrISCEY IRISH 1ROA1TI IHM1 HHH1 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BA- t RR7ETTFUNERAL DIRECTOR t F AND EMBALMER S3S EAST MAIN STREET With the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT HI 101 HInI1I1 11 HutI 111 H I+4IIInI InI IiIi1tI 1 i I 101niIHI i In111 InI IHH I y LDDAX- e Funeral Director and Embalmer e PHONE Siiaoo Carriages For All Occasions 700 E CHESTNUT ST tt t SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON THE en fMgjM UMuuMustlnttvuu Utmwnb I In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Passenger Agent- C H ROCKWELL Traffic Manager W H McDOEL Presides and General Manager mumtm It H H It t t It It H FINE WINES CHAMPAGNES S AL KOLJB345 West Green Street LIQUORS CIGARS L + t t t t t t t t t t t t t + t OLD AND RARE WHISKIES A SPECIALTY BLUE GRASS EXCHANGEL- ouis Wabnitz Co Proprietors TW STOillclatlnrI 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 JOSEPHMERCHANT KILLM TAILOR IEIER 1741 W MARKET STREET FOR J3EST OLD WHISKYrJ CALL UPON SEVENTH AND OAK STS TEN CENTS PER DRINK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch e Never Run Out SMOKE and ENJOY COONEY a9 KENNEDYS OIGARSThey Are The Best Brands Made Monarch Gen DeWe- tIrishAmerican FLORA DE CASTILLO Finest 10 Cent Cigar Made 1S2O7 W Main Stxreet Illinois Central Railroa 1 3660Louisville to California DAILY TO NOV 30 1903 Proportionately Low BatH to Other PolnU Through personally conducted Excur ion Sleepers to CALIFORNIA ARIZONA NEW MEXICO and TEXAS Cheap one way Colonist and Home seekers Excursion tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays each mouth to points South and West Tickets and tnfotma tlon Fourth and Market Streets F W Harlow Div Pass Agent W J McBride City Pus and Ticket Agent G U 7UtAC1rULEYS Monday Tuesday and Wednesday Even ings and Wednesday Matinee A CHINESE HONEYMOON Thursday Friday and Saturday Evenings and Saturday Matinee LOUIS JAMES and FREDERICK WARDS In Alexander The Great BUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY NOV 15 Matinees Sunday Monday Wednesday Saturday DONT FAIL TO SEE US The Brigadiers A Bright and uptodate Entertainment full of Comedy 8 COMEDIANS2 BURLESQUES Handsome costumes and scenery HOPKINSWeek Commencing Sunday Matinee Nov 15 EVERY AFTERNOON AND NIGHT KAUFMAN BICYCLE TROUPE Reengaged by special request Harry HowardAnd his comedy dogs and ponies Rio Brothers highest salaried athletic team in vaudeville Nichol Sisters two pretty Louisville stars Genaro and Theol marvelous contortionistsI Fred Bowers Miller and Kresko highclass German comedians and the Biograph PETER M NDRIOT 8 SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST NEW OFFICERS At the annual meeting of the directors of the Catholic Summer School held recently in New York reports were read showing that the last session was th moat prosperous ever held The Rev Dennis J McMahon D D of New York was elected President the Rev Father Hickey of New York Treasurer and the Rev John V Mullany of Syra cuse was made Chairman of the Board of Studies John B Riley was chose Chairman of the Executive Committee Clover tea is excellent for purifying andl removing pimples Dried clover may be used for the tear u U CUT THIS OUT tSSfI ct i 1EJ1JUQY III IISH VTERI Afi I wo IZ1 t s FAI BHUIiOT + tC m YDi 1j r I VOTE FOR 5 i + a + ADDRESS i + SIGNED 1 g4 Saturday Nov 14c Jt + s 0sDO 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 I Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges A new temperance hall has been dedi cated by Father OPlynn in Duogh County Kerry Tenants are meeting in Ireland and taking steps looking toward the pur chase of their holdings The tenants on the extensive property of P R Pigott at Ballinaha are prepar ing to purchase their holdings John Donovan a former harbor com missioner at Cork and a patriot and popu lar Irishman died a few days ago The Rev Father James Gallagher Catholic curate has left Monaghan par ish to make his home in Australia Irish whiskey is gaining its last ascend ancy with the London public while the Scotch article is as surely declining Arnold Forster the Union candidate for Parliament from West Belfast de feated John Dempsey the Nationalist by votesMiss Molony second daughter of Patrick Moloney of Leeds England has made her final vows at Mallow as a Sister of Mercy John Flynn of Cork a well known Magistrate died at his home recently The deceased was well known and his death is deeply regretted Mrs Kate Desmond widow of Daniel Desmond formerly of Brodale House Douglas and a lady of wide acquaint ance died recently in Cork At the last fortnightly meeting of the Cashel Rural District Council a resolu tion was adopted respectfully but firmly demanding the release of Col Lynch The tenants on the Kingston estate near Mitchelstown met and delegated the Very Rev Canon Rice to open negotia tions for the purchase of their holdings The Pels recently held in the City Hall at Waterford was a fresh triumph for the Gaelic League The singing and dancing of the children war especially praise worthyJohn Monroe accused of having stabbed and killed John Biggins of Shrull County Mayo was given an examining trial at Kilmalne and held to answer on the charge of murder Three laborers Messrs Brophy Flynn and McBrien were suffocated by the bursting of a grain elevator at the Tulla more distillery All or them were dead when extricated from the grain The Knight of Glin has disappointed many of his tenants by refusing to re store those who were recently evicted In consequence the present tenants refuse to negotiate for the purchase of their respective holdings John H Haise General Secretary of the Presbyterian Association in Dublin while attending a bazar in that city was accidentally shot and killed while stand ing too close to a target in the shooting gallery The dead man leaves a wife and three children Richard G OCallaghan a wealthy resident of Dublin was found guilty of causing the death of Richard Brady a thirteenyearold boy It seems that OCallaghan while in his motor car ran down and killed Brady who was on a bicycle OCfillahan gets off with three months imprisonment- The Rev Father Thomas Murray Catholic curate of Douglas is dead at the age of thirtyseven For several years he was curate in the parish of Sts Peter and Paul and he also served as Chaplain to the Little Sisters of the Poor at Monte notte Father Murray was held lin love and esteem by the people of Douglas Patrick and John OBrien father and son Michael ODonoghue and John Murphy all fishermen of the vicinity of Cahircivila had a narrow escape from drowning during a recent storm Their yawl was sunk by the heavy seas and the four occupants of the boat were rescued by difficulty by other fishermen who heard their cries for aid The Royal Humane Society have re theefollowing people in Ireland Peter Me Cormack Dublin for the rescue of John Russell who fell into the Liffey E M Toppin the thirteen yearold Limerick boy for his rescue of an older boy who fell into a creek in the County Clare whonrescued a woman from death in the river at Kilkee James F Barry a Magistrate who saved the life of Joseph OConnor at Kilkee W Moaeypenny a thirteen pear old boy of the County Armagh whores U I IRISH SOCIETYDIRECTORY A O XI DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Bach Month TynanViceDoughertyRecording PInancial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank 6tree- tTreasurerlhomas P Walsh- DIVISION 0 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening o Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentJohn J Sullivan Recording Secretary Edward J Kel ranFinancial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month President Thomas Quinn CooneyRecording Financial Secretary William Burns 807 Twentythlydstreet TreasurerGeorge J4 Butler SergeantatArmsPat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month HennessyVice LynchRecording Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnut RelllyTreasurer DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentJohn Kenney HoganViceLynchSecretaryJohn TreasurerMike Kenney Financial SecretaryThomas OHern Y JVT i MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House I 530 Twentysixth Street MurphyFirstW Born traegerSecond HigginsRecordingCorresponding SecretaryPrank G AdamsFinancial SecretaryDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia street SteltenpohlMarshal ShaughuessyInside Outside SentinelPat Connolly cued three persons whose boat hadI capsized Testimonials were given to Private Mathews for his rescue of a boy who fell into the Liffey Patrick Farrell who saved the life of a girl who fell ant the canal at Dublin James Thompson of Ballybunion who rescued a lady from the sea and James Coyle of Belfast forJ his heroism in saving the life of a girl who fell into the Liffey IS ROLLING UP Membership of Division 4 Shows a Favorable Increase Division 4 Ancient Order of fiber nians met in regular sessionWedaesda night with a good attendance and President Hennessy in the chair The Visit log Committee reported that Martin Me Nally had entirely recovered and that James Wolfe was rapidly Improving after a severe spell of typhoid fever The following new mem jers were proposed t John OConnor Jihn Schnell Frank McDonogh Michae Wolfe John ONeil1 and Michael Mnrph r President Heunes y announced that an initiation would b held at the next meeting and urged he members to brio g the candidates wbc have been electedI recently so that th y might receive the degrees He anno need that Division 4 now had216 memb rs in good standing and that it was the general desire to iIn- crease the membe hip to 250 before the sew year EXCELLENT MUSK Lovers of gooe music will have a chance to regale hemselves at St Patrick churchmen St nday November 22 Choirmaster Jam Perry has arranged an excellent progra mme and the regular choir will be anal ted by Miss Fannie Tompkins a tale ted young violins and niece of Prof Perry and by Profr Eichhorn the cortetist H ydas First 8taee will be rendei ed 1 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes One hundred couples attended the an nual ball given by Division 7 at Trenton NJDivision 11 Ladies Auxiliary of Bos ton celebrated its fifth anniversary on Tuesday night unfortunatefon Thursday was aImember of Division 4 Division 30 Ladies Auxiliary of Boston will have a public installation of its officers on Thursday November 19 National Secretary Bree has expressed himself af greatly pleased with the prog ress the order is making in Kentucky The degree team of Division 26 of Bos ton conferred the four degrees on twelve candidates for Division 42 on Sunday Division 1 will hold a big initiation on November 24 and Division 4 will confer the degrees on a large class on November 25 A special State convention was held in Providence last Sunday The issues discussed are said to have been of triple importanceMiss McMartin Provincial Presi dent of the Ladles Auxiliary of New Brunswick has organized a new branch of the auxiliary at Milltown Divisions 1 and 4 of Erie Pa Jiave appointed committees to prepare for the reception and entertainment of delegates to the convention to be held there The degree team of the local Ladies Auxiliary is rehearsing and expects to make a favorable impression when it gives its first exemplification of the ritual Division 3 will meet Monday night when their delegates to the County Board will report plans that are under way for the celebration of St Patricks dayThe various divisions in New York City entered the contest for a beautiful processional banner disposed of at the fair for the benefit of St Matthews churchAt last meeting of Division 3 of Providence visitors were present repre venting every division in the city Eight candidates were elected and four were initiatedThe Ladies Auxiliary is being importuned to reopen its charter to enable others who wish to join to do so at a nominal figure A meeting will be held Wednesday night State Secretary Margaret A Grady of the Ladies Auxiliary of Minnesota reports splendid progress made by the in quartero1123547 Members of the order in Manchester theIfact that every apartment in their building is occupied The lower apartments are used as stores and the upper stories as lodge rooms and offices Charles J OBrien former State Presi dent in Minnesota died at his home in Owatonna Minn last week Mr OBrien served two terms as State President and was a delegate to the national conventions held in Denver Boston and Trenton VISITiA number of Hibernians and other IrishAmerican gentlemen met Thursday night to give further consideration to the proposition to invite Miss Maud Mac Carthy the talented young Irish violinist to give at least one concert in this city A definite plan of action has been agreed upon at least for the preliminaries Miss MacCarthy will probably reach Louisville during the last week in January It iis now more than probable that the Ancientt Order of Hibernians will take up th i matter and rent the Auditorium for thei concert The intention seems to be to devote the funds that accrue from this concert to St Thomas Orphan Asylum for boys Whenever the proposed concert has been mentioned it has been received with enthusiasm NEW BARBER SHOP A new and handsomely equipped barbershop has been opened adjoining Steye Dnulgans place on the northwest cor ner of Seventh and St Catherine streets Asa O Angell the proprietor and J R Webb the assistant are both firstclass ptrpatrons All tools used are sterilized andl the furniture it up to date u c 3 I I + H+++++++ It +t tHICKEY s SAMPLE ROOM Good Liquors a Specialty 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OIndianapolis Peori- aCHICAGO AND AM POINTS IN INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE No 259 Fourth Ave S Jr QAXEe 4v M KyWARRENWM P DEPPE A0P A CINCINNATI O r J U n J Twc y s SXUOKY I1 ISH A11 RJCANr 1 THE OECILIANIL The Perfect Piano Player as an Educator Not knowing how to playa piano generally restricts one from having music in the home no matter how much it is enjoyed There is no need of being without music in the home when there is a chance to get an instrument like The Ceclllan It is built on mechanical lines but it is human in playing the Piano you press a button here move a lever there and you obtain music fit for the gods Here id what the eminent English musician Dr Mnnns says about the Cecilian I have never heard a machine produce music like that It expressed all the delicate touches of the skilled musician and the quality of tone was beautiful Its marvelously perfect technique and great rhythmical accuracy was astounding CECILIAN IJBRARY We have one of the largest libraries in the South which Cecilian customers have access to Come in and let us show you the points of superiority the Cecilian has over other piano pla- yersMontenegroRiehm Music Co O28Oz3O FOURTIJ AVENUE r FOR GOODNESS SAKE EAT MOTHERSI I THAN CHEAPER FLOUR Yes The flour youd put in the loaf youd bake at home would cost more than a loaf of MOTH B R E A DERSsome it your BREAD Leave nic- eCHINA grocer a Quit BLUE standing and baking LABELS save order and the e FREE GOOD EVERY WAY GOOD EVERY DAY t t M M H t tH++ U M4+ H M M H + t t TT CUSCADENSHave four telephones ten horses and wag ons twentyfive push wagons selling our famous Brick Ice Cream and fifty people employed This is evidence that OUR ICE CREAMS ARE GOOD AND PURE t t t t t t t+ t t t t t t t + t t t t +tt iJAMEStsowi5ERSt 159 West Jefferson Street IiFishand Oysters BOTH JPHOIVICS 228OO t It tI tIt +t ++ +HItMt tM M M H M H M f H M H MIt tM Mt M t BNOS PeopledRFor Business Good Employment and Succesa t CALL on WRITE ron run INFOBUATIOM UttlOR IIaVM fliBk SIXTH AND Bullt- ilLLEAtA1N Business College +Ht +M+ M M M H f+ t+4 M M M M H tM Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer c Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice i700 WEST WALNUT STREET TELEPHONE 810 + t It t t t It t Mt tMMMMt M + tit It It It t It It + + t PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TlL3PK01TIA 1tisa Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson StS tbE f EIlf lll EHhFIt illli 1 1 j Mulfloon Monument Company I DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OftII T I ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND flonuments I Artistic Work Only Solicits Workshops sad Studios Cirrus Italy I WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET D Lgihtllifill IiblllElilt- iti 1 STATIONERS TheBrdIeyOiIherIu COP INCOBPOBlTED EsBlank Boot Paw Boy Manufacturers B1M EBR rithI He mad Typewriter for KMttfokjr 0 esTylexke stigrnNe6 RHtIItfI ete1sr eItM ehlsis1 a01rtEtKY e 0- u u n oi LEADERS In the Popularity Contest IIav IncroaBed Their Nunibor of Votes Dan McKenna Is Still Setting the Pace For Married Men Limit Tom Fltzglbbons Main tains Ills Standing In tho Race THE LADIES HAVE A NEW ENTRY The votes in the Kentucky Irish Americans Worlds Fair contest continue tc roll in although no material change has I been made in the standing of the leaders during the past two weeks Thus while Lieut Fitzgibbons who leads the single men has increased the number of his votes to 2950 Frank McDonogh the second man in the race has increased his vote to 1510 Likewise Dan McI Kenna who led the married men two weeks ago has increased his vote to 1512 while John H Hennessey runs his vote up to 1400 In the single ladies contest there has been no change among the leaders but a new entry appears in the person of Miss Mary Foley County President of the Ladies Auxiliary A O II Miss Foley now has 250 votes and her friends in various parts of the citYare working hard in her interest From present indications she will soon become an important factor in the contest Miss Katie Henley who was one of the promi nent candidates has withdrawn and is working for another young lady Miss Henley will probably go to St Louis as the representative of one of the local Catholic societies Do not forget the proposition The Kentucky Irish American proposes tc send to the St Louis Worlds Fair the most popular married couple the most popular single lady and the most popu lar single gentleman This means free railroad transportation and a week at the Lindell Hotel one of St Louis best hostelries As stated before the test of popularity is to be the greatest number of ballots received through the Kentucky Irish American These ballots are printed each week Cut them ont and send them in for your friends With each yearly subscription paid in ycu are allowed fifty votes This applies to old subscribers who are in arrears as well as to new sub scribers The race is open to all irre spective of nationality or creed Both married and single people have a chance to win Tlje count of the ballots llast Thursday night showed the voters follows MARRIED COOPIB Dan McKenna and wife 1512 John H Hennessey and wife 1400 John J Sullivan and wife 300 Joseph P McGinn and wife 200 Thomas Dolan and wife 150 Michael Reicbert and wife 160 Thomas D Claire and wife 100 John Meagher and wife 100 Pat F McCarthy and wife 50 Harry Brady and wife 50 SINGLE IADY Mary Foley 250 Katie Henley 150 Alice Walsh 150 Margaret Norton 100 Mamie Reilly I 100 Catherine Couadean r 100 Mary Foley 100 Julia Kelly 50 Mary Cavanaugh 60 SINGLE GSNTIBMAN Lieut Tom Fitzgibbons 2950 frank McDonoghr 1519 John Cavanaugh 250 Com Camfield 200 Charles Raldy 200 James Hand 150 Dave Burke 160 Sd Toomey 150 Louis Dugan t 1CO Tom Furlong 100 Sd Dalton 50 EohnCrottyrb0will McNally 60 George Percy Wells to 15 HAPPY UNION John P Hans and Miss Eva Cogswell were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at St Marys church at 4 oclock Wednesday afternoon the Very Rev father Westerman officiating The attendants were Misses Anna Cogswell and Lillian Bruker and Charles Hans and Harry Orrel The bride is the niece of Mr and Mrs L Steinert of 1047 West Market street Mr Hans is the ton of Mr and Mrs John Hans of 2403 Brook street and is an employe of D H Bald win Co He is regarded as a promising young business man After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Hans were ten dered a reception at the brides home the happy young couple left for Cincin nati at 230 oclock Thursday morning They will return tomorrow and will make their home at 2403 Brook street Their many friends wish them years of unalloyed bliss TRINITYS MINSTRELS Trinity Council Y M I will give a minstrel performance at Trinity Hall 718 East Gray street on Sunday evening November 22 and again on Wednesday the eve of Thanksgiving Among the vocal sis who will take part are Frank Acker nan Thomas J Garvey William H Kro nor Sylvester Grove T F Burke and Andy Jones Joseph Crush will give an xhiblUon of club swinging and Parsons Burke aoo Clines will appear In their rigitial sketch The New Boy John C Rieger will gives one of his attractive I eclitaticne aud the Aeolian Glee Club will entertain with BOMfS anti juts The entertainment will conclude with the laughable comedy Joe Simpsons Double HOPKINS rmerslatevening during the present week The artists were all stars in the vaudeville line and the Kaufman troupe of cyclists proved such an attraction that they have been reengaged for next week The management also offers for next week a galaxy of Americas greatest vaudeville starsthe Nichol Sisters in their sketch Kentucky Belles Fred V Bowers minstrel and vocalist the Rio Brothers in sensational athletic features Genera and Theol contortionists Miller and Kre sko high class German comedians and the biograph BUCKINGHAM The Buckingham Theater offers its patrons an unusually strong attraction next week when The Brigadiers will hold the boardsuTile Brigadiers is described as a bright and up to date en tertainment sparkling with comedy and a dazzling array of brilliant costumes and handsome scenery In addition to the two burlesques competent vaudeville artists will fill out the olio- MACAULEYS A Chinese Honeymoon one of New Yorks comic opera successes will be the attraction at Macauleys Theater Monday Tuesday and Wednesday of next week with a matinee on Wednesday Louis James and Frederick Ward in Alexander the Great will be the attrac tion during the last half of the week with a Saturday matinee MASONIC THEATER Rose Coghlan will appear as the star in The Greatest Thing in the World at the New Masonic Theater next week ROSE CQGHLAN Rose Coghlan is too well known to need an introduction to theatergoers In her new play Miss Coghlan has acnihved success in the East BISHOP MESSMER Will Address Catholics of Milwaukee on Fed oration I The fact that the Right Rev Bishop Messmer of Green Bay Wis is to lecture at Milwaukee on December 6 has awakened great interest in Federation circles in the Northwest Bishop Mess mer is an earnest advocate of the Federa tion movement and is held in high esteem by all classes in the Northwest The fact that he is to lecture on Catholic federation has induced the various societies to arrange a suitable entertain ment for him During the evening a chorus of 200 voices will render appro priate musical selections RECENT DEATHS Mrs Mary J Schoeuemau the beloved wife of Fred Schoeneman aged twenty two years died at the family residence 840 East Madison street on Sunday morning The deceased was before her marriage Miss Mary Ratterman Her death is greatly regretted by a large circle of friends The funeral took place from St Martins chunch on Tuesday morning Joseph Oswald twentysix years old died at his home 1229 Goss avenue on Wednesday morning His death was in directly due to a stab wound inflicted ten jears ago The deceased leaves a wife and two children At the time of his death he was an employe of the Ken tucky Wagon Works and was well known and highly respected The funeral took place from St Vincent de Pauls church on Friday morning The many friends of John Btt the well known contractor sympathize with him in the sudden and unfortunate death of his little daughter which occurre1 last Sunday On Saturday little Mary Bott with a number of other children was pliiying about a bonfire of dried leaves near her home1 on DeBarr avenue when her clothing suddenlyl caught fire Her little companions ran for aid and their screams number of citi zeus who attracja extingutslng the flames but little one had been so that her death resulted the next day Her funeral took place from the family residence on Tues day morning The r pains were interred in St Michaels cemetery RECEIVED BtD NEWS Robert J Poster thV weU known ales trician at 1608 Wtjat Market street received word Thursday that his brother Michael Foster a photographer hidi died in Dublin Irelaa Mr Foster andl his wife immediately ganto settle upI their affairs here and will leave for Ire land aa soon aq pottlble Mr rostersI father is still living at d bas urged them to join him Their fronds in Louisville while sywpathhln itii them ill the death o their trot wish them a sifti voyage tad topping la tneir newborn 7 APPRECIATION Of Good Work Done Shown by Rouomiimtion of Central Officers St Josephs Orphans Society Has Made Groat Gains During Year Visits to Branches of tho So ciety Have Proven Very Beneficial ELECTION WILL BE HELD NEXT MONTH The time is growing near when the members of St Josephs Orphan Society hold their annual election To that end a meeting was held in St Boniface school halt last Sunday afternoon when nominations were made So well have the present officers served during the presen year that a majority of the member desired to reelect them all As it iis President Frank A Geher Vice President Henry Bosse Jr and Recording Secretary Bernard J Geher were uom inated to succeed themselves Joseph L Steurle the Financial Secretary woul have been reelected but for the fact that he is ineligible to succeed himself unde the constitution Henry H Frenke and August C Reverman were placed in nomination for Financial Secretary Treasurer Matt Poschinger would have been nominated to succeed himself by acclamation but he insisted on bavin opposition Therefore Mr Poscbinge and Joseph Hubbuch Sr were placed in nomination for Treasurer The reports showed that St Joseph Orphans Society has grown from 729 to 035 members during the past year and the central officers hope to increase the membership to 1000 before January 1 One reason for the increase is that the central officers have visited each oCthe ten branches and urged the members to make greater efforts to induce others to join At present there are 127 orphan being cared for by the Ursuline Sisters at St Josephs Asylum There are now ten branches of St Josephs Orphans Society one at cache the German Catholic churches in the cityand county They are St Anthonys St Peters St Marys St Bonifaces SI Martins St Josephs St Vincent de Pauls all in Louisville and St Francis St Helenas and Holy Trinity in the county of Jefferson Each of the above branches will meet tomorrow and nom inate their respective officers The election will be held by the various branche on Sunday December 20 The centra officers will meet at St Bonifaces schoo hall that afternoon and sitar a returning boardThe central officers will attend the meeting of St Bonifaces branch tomor row afternoon and urge the members to add to their numerical strength BIRTHDAY SURPRISE The society event of the season in Nev Albany was A surprise party tendered John J Richards at the home of his par ents corner Union and Prospect streets The event was given in honor of Mr Richards birthday and he played the host to perfection Many young people of Louisville joined with the New Al bany guests in celebrating the occasion Among the New Albany guests present were Misses Mary Glauville Grace Hur ley Anna Richards Clyde Richards Gertrude Hurley Ella Murphy Maggie Houghton Miry Richards Francis Richards and Lillian Richards and Messrs John J Richards Will C Calhoun Ralph McDaniels Otto Ringenberger Will Freiberger Urban Horn William Tighe Walter Coomes Frank Richards and Master Maurice Richards The Louisville guests were Misses Mabel and IEdna Quinlan Ida Ricketts Alice Flynn Henrietta Gatterdam and Messrs Charles Marhall Joseph Gatterdam Patrick Ross Arthur Quinlan and Martin Cradlck Everybody enjoyed a pleasant evening and departed wishing their host many happy returns of the day PARISH NOTES The people of SL Augustines congregation are making preparations for a concert to be held on Wednesday evening November 25 The ladies of St Anthonys congrega tion will give a big euchre at the school hall Market street near Twentythird on Thanksgiving afternoon and evening- A candy pulling will be given for the benefit of the Sacred Heart school at Seventeenth and Broadway on Friday itternoon and evening November 27 Admission will only be ten cents The ladies of the congregation of the Church of the Immaculate Conception have made arrangements to hold a festival in the school ball at Eighth and Grayson streets November 23 to 27 inclusive The Very Rev Father Paul Alf O S P has gone to Chatham Can to aid in nducting a mission At its close be will visit the springs at Mt Clemens Mich where he hopes to get relief from in attack of rheumatism The young ladies of St Bonifaces con relation are preparing to give a euchred the school halt on the night of Tuesday November 24 On Wednesday and Thurs lay November 25 ana 20 they will give- si social entertainment The money thus rats d will be devoted to the organ fund CAPT MICHAEL DOLAN IMichael Dolan a fireman with a record for efficiency and bravery has been appointed captain of the No 6 engine com any to success the late John J Con icily Captv Dolan hub ea member if the department about eight years I His friends everywb we are pleased oyer lii appointment t h n n d M I WATHENS Ice Cream and Sherbets I HAVE THREE STRONG POINTS 1 PURITYQUALITYPRICE+ Try them and you will be convinced Cream ImilesI t + pp+ + ON COAL suggestthathouse Our Coal is clean burns free from clinkers and hold fire over night- Pittsburgh 4lh Pool Lump 25 Bushels 326 Pittsburgh 4th Pool Lump 1100 Bushels 1 300 PACIFIC COAL CO Phonear 1821 2686C- HASi L CRUSIl Mgr 452 W Jefferson St IBooVcoJSR AApci BOOKS MAGAZINES+ OF EVERY DESCRIPTIONtE4 PICTURE FRAMING A SPECIAL + FINE PORTRAITS OF POPE LEO XIII + TYJ4 434 w Jefferson+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + QQ + + C C ROE CLEM W MUGGINS ROE HUGGINSJ ATTORNEYSATLAW Home Phone 2111341 FIFTH STREET boiiKHeepln9Hr scsr is THE tHE PEs- rPenmallfhi et ShtJr71zan anoEuIllinfltfrp J fiend For N htalogut YLnulsuffleXy Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist In his line We arenow in our new home N E Cor Second and Walnut streets The finest and 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