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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ff- I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN VOLUME XINO 21 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 21 1903 PRICE FIVE CENTS c EXCELLENTR- esults Expected to Follow the Meeting of the Central Committee y Tony the Convict Will Be Repeated Shortly After Advent It CotiHblidntion of Several Small Branches Was Favorably Discussed f ORDER MAKES SPLENDID PROGRESS T 3 The Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America held one of the best meetings in its history on Friday night oT last week The attendance was not only good but the discussions while spirited were good uatured and were the means of arousing interest in affairs of the order President hlichael Reichert occu pied the chair and when Secretary Mar tin called the roll every officer answered except Thomas Dignan Twelve branches were represented by one or more dele gates Secretary Martin called attention tp the fact that certain delegates had ab seuted themselves for several months past This caused a general discussion over the attendance of members of the committee and the importance of attend ingeach meeting was pointed out The committee individually and collectively commended the minutes of Secretary Martin as the most complete ever kept by any Secretary of the committee Charles A Hill reported progress for the Organization Committee During the discussioni that followed several mem bars expressed themselves in favor of the consolidation of some of the smaller branches Newton G Rogers reported that a handsome sum had been realized as the net result of the recent dramatic entertainment This was gratifying news to all the members of the committee and anumber of the delegates announced that they had been solicited by many persons to repeat the performance at an early date It was the concensus of opinion that President1 Reichert and Ben Speaker Uerequested to get their performers to arc gther i1rid repeat Tony1h Convict On the suggestion rMr Rogers it was decided not to repeat the performance irntf after Advent Both St Martins and pt Josephs halls were tendered the committee for the occasion The Euter taro bent Committee was called to meet one week later at Mr Rogers office to arrange for the coming performance It J is probable that the committee will de clde to glveTony the Convict at St Jojephshall on Monday December 28 President Reichert complimented Messrs Newton G Rogers and John Schalda on the efficacy of their work Amendments to the constitution were Adopted which more clearly define the duties of the auditors who will be named in December Under the head of good of the order W C Smith took the floor nnd spoke at sonic length on the duties of branch officers who should always be prompt in securing beneficiaries their warrants thus avoiding unnecessary delays and preventing injustice Patrick Holley brought goqd news from Branch 21 and spoke at length of the indiscreet habit of some of the members of publicly criticizing the order Thomas Feeley invited the Central Committee to the euchre to be given by the Catholic Federation Resolutions of sympathy for Edmund Rapp who recently lost a son were adopted A letter was read from the Supreme President Dr F Gaudien of New Orleans l who expressed his pleasure at the splendid progress being made by the order The matter of consolidating sev eral of the smaller branches which had been discussed earlier in the evening was referred to the branches and to Messrs Feeley Veeneman and Thick stun Tbe nieeting then adjourned vv OFFICIAL VISIT Paid MackinCouncil by Grand prosldentKellyand Staff Mackin Council 3T M 1 1re1d a well nightIresiUentVisiting Committee reported that Charles Smith and Councilman Augustus J Bizot both of whom have been suffering Jrom typhoid feverare improving The annuall mass Jar deceasedmembers of the council willbe celebrated RtSt Anthonys church at 8 oclock on Sun day morning November 29 Members of the council will attend the mass in a body and receiveboly onimunion Tfie members were reminded that a pay euchre would be given next Monday a rfliht l proceeds to Be used in defray ink the expenses of the aeries of free euchres that have been given this fall During the meeting Grand President Jamea B Kelly pajd the council an offi cial Visit He s4aa accompanied Grand Secretary George Jf iaulii Qrand m rector William OConnor Deputyat Large Edward Boaler and William Hil lericb first Vice President of Trinity Council Speeches were made by aach f pottlrTtit H aiflrbyDiatricl Deputy u Vincent B Smith Council Deputy Clar ence H Zook and by members of Mackin Council All of the addresses dealt with the good ofthe order and members of the council were benefited by the visit of Grand President Kelly and staff At the meeting next Tuesday night officers for the ensuing year will be nomi nated The election will be held the week following A good attendance is desired at both meetings After the routine business has been disposed of Samuel J Boldrick the well known attorney will deliver a lecture Mr Bold rick is one of the rising young members of the Louisville bar and is a veteran member of the Young Mens Institu- teBURIEREARDON Happy Couple to Bo Married at St Louis Bertrands Church David J Burke and Miss Eslella Rose Reardon wilt be united in the holy bonds of matrimony at St Louis Bertrands at 030 oclock Wednesday morning November 25 Following the ceremony nuptial mass will be celebrated The choir under the direction of Prof Weiss will render a special musical programme After a wedding breakfast at the home of the brides uticle Michael J Reardon Mr and Mrs Burke will take a bridal trip They will be at hpuie to their friends at 1514 Seventh street after December 5 Mr Burke is one of the best known and most popular men on the Louisville police forte He was formerly employed by the Louisville Railway Company where he was well liked bpth by employers and fellowem ployes He took a prominent part in union affairs and was an officer in the motor mens union His bridetobe is the niece of Mr and Mrs Michael J Rear don on Oldham street and is one of the prettiest and most charming young ladies in St Louis Bertrapds parish She has been connected with the New York Store for several years and is deservedly popular The church will be filled by the many friends of the young couple who are anxious to witness the ceremony an1 to bid them Godspeed on their journey through life WELL DESERVED Is the Promotion of Thomas Cody a Hustling Irlsh American Thomas Cody who for six years past hRs been one of the leading local repre sentatives of the Senn Ackermann Brewing Company has been transferred toa more important position with the Central Consumers Company which embraces all the local breweries Tom will be in charge of the shipping and foreign trade which he is peculiarly fitted for owing to his knowledge of the railroad business This is a well merited promotion and comes as a recognition of faithful service He is a little Irish man with a big heart He will be suc ceeded in his former position by Martin Lehritter until recently the local man ager of the lIndianapolis Brewing Com pany GROWING COUNCIL Chickasaws Are Taking in- Members and Attracting Attention Chickasaw Council Y M I of Mem phis is rapidly coming to the front under the able administration of President M Carrigan and will span stand among the foremost Catholic societies in Tennessee The old condition of doubt which so long retarded progress has been replaced by a feeling of confidence A few weeks ago the Chickasaw Coun cil gave a complimentary dance to mem hers and their friends and the event was propounced the social success of the sea son On Thursday fourteen new memo bers were initiated There is every indi cation that the council will toke inmauy other new members within a short time NEED MORE ROOM Sts Mary and Elizabeths Hospital is now crowded with patients Not only are all the wards filled but the private haritybadtional wing to the institution These good women have done a great work in Louisville in attending the sick aud in Jured regardless f class or creed It is hoped that our public spirited citizens will place sufficient means at their dir posal to enable the Sisters to continue their good work on a more elaborate scale Many patalents are received at Ibid hospital through charity frbdtiwhich the Sisters receiveno material return HER FIRST VOWS bliss Cassle Kavanagh daughter of Jeremiah Kavanagb who entered the novitiate of the Dominicad Sisteri ptj St Catherine jjiar Springfield about six weeks ago will receive the while habit irajaaaary 5 She will be known in re Union as Sister Calista She is the second daughter pf7Mr Kavanftgh to lifter the Dominican + atsterhood Miss Isabel Kavanagh entered the order eleven years ago and Is known as Sister Agolia She is n6w teaching in the St Louie B trand parochial school in this city u n t1 I j MILITARY Company to Be Organized hy- Hibernians in Near Future Members Will Be Selected From the Four Local Di- visionsi May Be Mustered Into Service- as Part of the State Guard MOVEMENT SHOULD PRWE POPULAR The longtalkedof organization of a military company among local Hiber nians seems to have assumed a definite shape and at the meeting of Division 3 on Monday night it was determined to make the discussion of the matter a special order of business at the next meetingPresident Thomas Quinn presided and the applications of William Bancroft Patrick Shtehan and Martin Mullen were received The report of the Treasurer slowed a balance of 990 on hand The matter of organizing the Hiber nian military company was then broached and after some discussion was made a special order of business for the meeting to be held December 7 when a full at tendance is desired It is proposed to organize this company from the four local divisions While a majority of the members of the order favor such an organization opinion has not been concentrated upon whether it should be a company of rifles or swords There are those who favor an organiza tion similar to the old Hibernian Knights which company until It disbanded made a favorable impression in parades etc On the other hand it is pointed out that a company of Hibernian rifles would be more up to date and if the proper regulations were complied with could be mustered into the State service as a militia company In this event the State would furnish the arms and the uniforms while the Hibernian rifles would in turn be asked to furnish their own armory and to do duty as militiamen in case the State called Upon them Not a greatmany years ago there was a company of Irish Americans in Louisville well and favor ably known as the Sarsfield Rifles They did great service for the State and at the same time were regarded with admiration by the IrishAmerican residents of this city and Commonwealth At the next meeting of Division the members of all the other divisions are expected to be present and to express their views on the proposed organization At the same time an organizer will be selected and the work of getting the com pany together will be pushed to conclusion a IRISH POET William Butler Yeats Will Lecture Before Univer sity Students William Butler Yeats undoubtedly the best known of Irish living poets is now en route to the United States He has been invited to lecture before the students of the universities of Pennsylvania Harvard and Yale Mr Yeats is not only known as an Irish poet but is recognized as one of the strongest forces in English literature of the present day He is also peculiarly severalEarly in December hewill be accorded a public reception in Carnegie Hall New York and on December 0 he will lecture in Brooklyn for the benefit of the Brook lyn Italian Settlement Society His Sub ject will be The Heoric Age in Irish Poetry MUSIC AT ST PATRICKS Tomorrow will be the last Sunday be foreAdvent begins and as a consequence Prof James Perry the organist and choir director of St Patricks church on Thirteenth and Market has prepared an elaborate musi cal programme The regular choir will be assisted by Miss Fannie Tomkins a young violinist niece of Prof Perry Prof Eichhorn the cornetist and vocal ists from other choirs Haydns first gradualProfMiss Bettie Lincoln will sing the Veni Creator and win be accompanied by the organ and corpet The trio from Attila will be given atlbe offertory by Miss Battle Lincoln Frank Zuernerand John Hodapp After the elevation Miss Lincoln willslng the 0 Salutarls and will be accompanied by the violin cornet and organ Handels Largo will be given at the close of the mass with Miss Tomkins as violinist and + Prof Perry organist PHYSICAL CULTURE Miss Mary Hamilton McNabb of Rochester Nr Yrwho is conducting the class in physical culture at the Catholic Womans Club is meeting with unquali oltiftyhasbeenfiUedl will begin work nKondaynigbt e n- r J I THE IRISH BUNTING CAR You may boast abort your rail With its specialind its mail Of your cycle an your motor speeding far Up You arewelcome tohhe three If you leave agra to me Just the old amiMar Irish jjaunting car Sure for ever in the lnd Is its memory entwined With the dearest z collections that there are Like a picture from he past That no change canjfcivercast Is the old familiar Irish jaunting car In the morning ton j ago How my boyish beaVt would glow Ah no sorrow tLen lifes happiness could marjAs we hastened to the fair And the fun that waited there On the old familiar Irish jaunting car Andwhen evening withered down On the little markettown And we rattled hone by light of moon or staratHow oug As we gaily drove along On the old famillS Irish jaunting car of On the gladsome weflding morn When the dew was cm the corn Sure its little there we recked of jolt or jar jk While we proudly dve in state From the cheerful Itaggard gate On the old fauiiilfclnsh1 jaunting car J And when Sunday csuie around And the happy holySoundl Of the chapel belfcame stealing from iIWen intent And to mass we meekly went On the old familiar Irish jaunting car Ali the olden vanisbeddays With their quaint romantic ways In your present prosy time they have no par IeISure the earth was then Fresh unfolding to oer ken From the old familiar Irish jaunting car It But the world is allefednow And the years bave bHuched my brow- I am fading far awSy from scenes that- are ATo the pldbelow They will take me soon I know On the old faniiiOjglrish jaunting car YOUESfr iiJlOf St Bonifaces Parish Will En tefrain With Euchre and- Oysters The ladies of St Bonifaces parish are preparing to give social functions during three days next week On Tuesday after noon and evening they will conduct a euchre in St Bonifaces school han on Green street between Jackson and Han cock where a number of handsome prizes will be awarded and on Wednesday and Thursday evenings they will give oyster suppers in the same hall On Thursday afternoon a coffee social will be given for the ladies Those in charge of the proposed entertainments are Misses Clara Nobbe Katie Ising Lula Moellman Mary Fritsch and other ladies of the parish The proceeds of the several enlertainntentswlll be de voted to the organ fursmIA large attend ance at each of these Affairs will encour age the ladies interested PLEASANT SURPRISE A number of the young friends of Thomas D Clines gave him a surprise at the home of Mr and Mrs William Hig gins on Madison street on Monday evening the occasion being the celebration of his twentysecond birthday Mr Clines had been invited to the home of Mr and Mrs Higgins to spend the evening When he arrived be found a number of his friends had arrived ahead of him lie was at once surrounded and congratulated by them on his anniversary Dancing followed and a general good time ensued Later In the evening when the guests assembled at the supper table Mr Clines was presented with a hand some diamond stickpin the gift of his friends and acquaintances Those pres ent at the pleasant surprise were Misses Stella Carter Mary Higgins Lillian Bruker May Abell Hattie Higgins Bettie Connors Carrie Brachtel and Mary Clines and Messrs Charles Parsons John Clines Roy Campbell Clarence Nevin Thomas Clines Gus Vacca Hugh Hig gins Mrs Mary Clines and Mr and Mrs William M Higgins ELECTIONS COMING ON Attention is called to the fact that the variousbranches of the Catholic Knights of America will hold their annual election of officers next month The ninny councils of the Young Mens Institute and many other Catholic societies will also elect officers for the ensuing year It behooves the members of all these societies to attend the meetings when elections are held and see that competent and intelligent officers are chosen PAIR IN CLIFTON The fairtobe given December T to 10 lor the benefit of St Prances of Rome church Clifton Iia subject of interest ing discussion in all parts of the city The various committees of Jadies and gentlemen who are Interested in the undertaking are hpWiug weekly meet faze and all r ortfaTOhibk pOcr w I MEETING At Limerick Addressed by the Hon John E Redmond and Others Deplores Resignation of OBrien and Hopes lie Will Reconsider Tells of Terms of Sale Granted Tenants On Ills Woxford Estate VARIOUS RESOLUTIONS ARE ADOPTED The Hon John E Redmond leader of the Irish partyin Parliament visited the city of Limerick last Sunday andwas given a great ovation He was met at the railroad station by a committee and escorted to the place where the speaking was to be held Every parish in the county was represented In his address the Irish leader deplored the resignation of William OBrien and told what a loss he would be to the party He said if he had known of OBriens intention to resign he would have besought him not to carry out his intention Continuing Mr Red mond said that the members of the party would renew their efforts to have William OBrien reconsider his intention and announced that he thought at the coming meeting of the Irish Parliamentary party and of the Directory of the United Irish League a successful appeal would be made to Mr OBrien Mr Redmond stated that the majority of the Irish party had supported Mr XVBriens conciliatory policy while the irreconcilable section of the landlords were mainly trying to counteract that policy and were justifying their attitude by referring to his estate in Wexford He said that his property was sold on terms which gave the tenants reductions of 40 per cent and wiped out two years of are rears in the rentals equivalent to sixteen and a half years purchase on rents or 25 per cent below Griffiths valuation Other speakers at the meeting were Messrs Patrick Bourke Mayor Joyce John Earls Michael Cuddihy and John Slattery Resolutions were adopted in favQroGbomes le a CItbollcuuiaPrsity requesting Mr OBrien to reconsider his resignation and opposing emigration Mr Rednlonds address made a very favorable impression and the feeling seems to prevail that Mr OBrien will reconsider his intention to resign John Clancy M P presided over a meeting of Nationalists in Dublin who protested against the importation of roll ing stock from England and Scotland A resolution calling upon the railway directors tohave the work done at home was adopted GRIM DEATH Has Summoned Many Chris tians During the Past Week The funeral of T Green Johnson who was run down and killed by a Pewee Valley car on Friday of lass week took plate frbtaSt Cecilias church on Sunday afternoon The deceased leaves a wife and several Children who havethe sym pathy of the entire community in their terrible bereavement Miss Anna Hardman aged fifty years and a well known and respected lady of South Louisville died at St Anthonys Hospital on Monday The funeral took place from Holy Name Church on Wednesday The deceased was a daughter of the late William Hardman a respected and influential farmer of the High Grove neighborhood in Nelson County James Bradydiedat the residence of his brotherinlaw Michael Quinn 1723 BalM street on Tuesday The deceased was thirlyoneyears and was the son of Ihelate Matthew and Julia Brady The funeral took place from St Patricks church at 9 oclock Off Friday morning and was largely attended Mr Brad was an active Hibernian and a devout Catho earlydemise John P Hyland son of Mr and Mrs Patrick Hyland died at the family resi dente 1434 Twelfth street on Friday of last week Deceased was twentyfive years old and was an exemplary and highly respected young man The family have the sympathy of many friends in their bereavement His funeral took place from Sacred Heart church at 2 oclock Sunday afternoon the solemn services being largely attended The death of Miss Emma Watson Me Cann of JeffersonviHe which occurred on Tuesday although it had been expected was Q source of regret to hermany friends both in Louisville and in Indiana The young lady had been suffering from Brights disease for some time past and spent several months in Florida hoping to gain relief She returned home a few weeks ago apparently improved but soon after took a turn for the worse and sank steadily to the end The deceased was the daughter of Mrs Mary S McCanri and the late Michael V McCann who was for several years auditor of Clark county Ind Mir McCann WM a highly R educated young woman and a devout Catholic The fuueral will take place from St Augustines church Jefferson ville this morning She is survived by her mother and the following sisters Mrs Frank Burke of Indianapolis Mrs Frank Griffiths of Columbus Ind and Misses Amy and Jean McCann of Jeffer sonviHe and two brothers Charles A and Henry McCann of Missouri She alsojeaves an aunt Mrs Rosa A Hitcbe let of Louisville Martin McNally a well known and highly respected IrishAmerican citizen died at the residence of his brother Thomas McNally 1000 West Main street on Sunday morning He had been ill about two weekf so that bis death was not unexpected He died fortified by the sacraments of the church The deceased was forty years of age and leaves five children His wife died about two years ago The funeral took place from the Cathedral of the Assumption on Tuesday morning Mr McNally was ofa jovial and warm hearted disposition and had many friends who sympathize with his orphan children and brothers in their bereavement NEW COUNCIL Knights of Columbus Will Be Instituted at Owensboro Tomorrow About 200 of the local members of the Knights of Columbus will go to Owens bolo tomorrow to institute a new council in tbat city A class of about sixty will receive the three degrees The first degree will be conferred by the Coving ton degree team The Evansville team will confer the second and the Louisville team will confer the third degree Be tween 300 and 400 knights from various parts of the country will be in attendance The annual solemn mass of requiem for deceased members of the Knights of Columbus will be celebrated at St Philip Neris church at 8 oclock next Tues day morning The Rev Father Ackerman will officiate and will be assisted by other local priests who are members of the order De Smet Council of St Louis will ex empllfythe third degree before a large class tomorrow Bishop Schwebach of La Crosse hav ing given his consent a new council will be instituted at Ashland Wis One week fromtomorrow a new council will be instituted at Springfield Mo Kenrick Council of St Louis will assist in the HgISe wor oI flft HANDSOME GHURCff Dedicated At Macon In Presence of Many High Dig nitaries St Josephs church at Macon Gawas dedicated last Sunday The Right Rev Bishop Northrop of Charlestown SC conducted the dedicatory services and celebrated pontifical mass and Bishop Keiley of Savannah delivered the ser mon Among the other prominent churchmen piesedtWere Bishops Kenny of St Augustine Allen of Mobile and Monaghan of Wilmington N C St Josephs church has been under construction during the past fourteen years and is considered one of the handsomest structures in the South Thbus ands of Catholics from various Southern cities were in attendance at the dedica tory services GROWING FAST Sartb Council Making Great Headway In Owens boro Sarto Council YM I is making good progress It now has fortysix members in good standing and ten applications to be acted upon The officers expect to have 100 members before the next grand council The council hall has been car peted fitted out with new furniture and a comfortable heating apparatus has been put in The place looks prosperous and is a center of attraction for the young menSarto Council will have its first annual mass celebrated on the first Sunday in December when the members will ap proach holy communion in a body TRINITYS MINSTRELS Trinity Council YM I will give a minstrel performance at their hall 718 East Gray street tomorrow evening and on Wednesday evening Frank Acker man Thomas J Garvey William Kramer T F Burke Andy Jones and others will sing the latest and most popular songs and Joseph Crush wilt give an exhibition of club swinging Charles Parsons Frank P Burke and Thomas D Clines will ap pear in their original sketch entitled The New Boy The Aeolian Glee Club will singa number of melodies and John C Rieger will appear in recitations Joe Simpsons Double a laughable comedy will conclude the performance IRISH FEDERATION A federation of Catholic societies has been formed in Ireland similar to the Catholic Federation formed in the United States National Secretary Anthony Matre at Cincinnati has received an official communication to this effect from the Supreme Secretary of the Catholic Aatodaliba of Ireland i 1 FIERCE FLAMES Destroyed the Old Masonic Tem t plo Building Entailing a Great Loss Fowler Drug Cos New Store Went Up in a Cloud of Smoke Fearless Firemen Fought the Flames and Prevented Loss of Block l RESULT OF EARLY MORNING BLAZE stroyedthesouthwest cornerof Fourth and Jefferson early Friday morning entailing a loss of more than 400000 In the destruction of the building the stock and fixtures of Fowler Drug Company the Boston Shoe ISonsstroyed as well as the Hopkins Theater on buildingThe after 3 oclock and only the prompt work of 9tbeFifth Green and Jefferson streets It is supposed that crossed electric Jight wires on the Fourth avenue side of thi stage thoughthisfire was discovered the flames had burst through the windows on the Fourth avenue side An alarm was at once sent in Second and third alarms followed almost immediatelyIn minutes after the fire had been discovered flames were pouring out buildingMeanwhlle occupied by the English Kitchen would also fall a victim to the flames The roomers in this building werearoused aQd escaped to the street in safety The hea became so terrific that the firemen had to remove their engines from the vicinity of the fire The fire worked downward and within an hour after it had been discovered the floor of tlie thea ter fell in destroying the stores beneath One ofgt he heaviestglo f i 7 Fowler Drug Company This firm only recently refitted the drug store in the northeast corner of the building The new fixtures including a 10000 soda fountain were totally destroyed The loss to the Fowler Drug Company alone is estimated at 30000 Henry Heaths new billardparlors on the second floor on the Green street side of the building were also destroyed causing a loss of 5000 The handsome jewelry store of Rodgers r Krull with its stock worth 25000 was also consumed C B Smiths Sons lidt Vers lost a stock of 15000 The lossto the BostonSboe Co was OOOO ando thebuildingas worth 300000 All of tbetorekeepers were at least partially insured Probably the greatest sufferers will lie the vamie ville starswhowere pkinsTheaterand properties The old Masonic Temple wasoiieof Louisvilles landmarks It was erected more than thirty years ago aqclIj riug all tenantlessManyrooms on the upper floors while the second floor was used asa a theater and dayslongofmanyIrishAmerican have been held within its walls The late Charles Stewart Parnell Michael Davitt and other eminent Irish Nationalists have spoken from its stage It was a strong substantial edifice and seemed good for years to come Several years ago it was sold by the Masonic order to Jones Bros who made many costly improvements The loss of the property is felt by the entire community who sympathize with the public spirited citizens who had their money invested in the building and in stores w PROFITABLE CHANGE Robert Gleason who has served years as a guard at rhe Jeffersonville Reforma tory has resigned to accept a position with the Union Carriage pnd Rattan Com biglucreasthe manyfriendsmember of the Ancient Order of Hibern ians and Knights of Columbus 0 TAKES A REST The Rev J H Hildebrand pastor of St P rys of the Knobs parish in Lafayette township Ind has gone to Mount recuperationThis brand has taken in seventeen years It is hoped that he will return with renewed health and vigor r EUCHRE AND DANCE i Unity Council Y M I of New Al bany will give a euchre and dance toils members and their friends on Friday evening November 27 The euchre will be played from 815 until 10 oclock untilmidnigltta a i 9p 1 aQNTUOKY IR SH AMERICSAN L KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflli 11111111111111111111 UIIMIIII voted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all IrlsH Americana IKENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY SC alntered at tho Lo l vHIe Postofflco as Secoud Crass matter Addict all COllar alcatlonl to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Green Street TRADES IONCOUNCIL t LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 21 1903 WE SHOULD GIVE THANKS Next Thursday will be cele brated all over the United States as Thanksgiving day a national holiday It is one of the great American national holidaysin fact the only American national holiday that has any religioussignificance It is set apart by the President of the United States as a day of thanksgiving to God Almighty for the favors we have received iin years past and to beg that He would continue to send his blessings upon this country and people It is customary for the Governors of the different States to follow the Presidents proclamation each year with their respective proclamations This year President Roosevelt has issued his proclamation which has been followed by the proclamations of the various Governors including that of our own Gov Beckham However the religious spirit of the c day has fallen into decay More time and thought are expended nowadays on football games thea ters turkey cranberry sauce and pumpkin pies than on the spirit of the day Comparatively few there are who turn backward the leaves of memory and say I thank thee O Heavenly Father for the bless ings that I have received during the past year- Thanksgiving day should be dear to every IrishAmerican man woman and child It should be dear to every Catholic in these great United States We have all even the humblest something to be thankful for We can thank God as a nation we enjoy peace and prosperity at home that we are on friendly terms with the nations abroad As citizens of Kentucky we can thank God that peace has settled within its borders that its people are in dustrious and prosperous and are working for the greater good of the Commonwealth We can thank the Almighty God for the prosper ity that has come to our city for work for the energy for the intel ligence of our people and for the education of our children Individually we can thank God for health and strength for the grace He has granted us in permitt ing us to know Him and serve- rHim If we o our families have been chastened by the loss of a friend or relative or by the loss cf material wealth we can still return thanks to Him from whom all blessings flow that our troubles have been no worse Thanksgiv ing day should not be allowed to pass with neglect or indifference We can all find something to be thankful for- BEWARE DIVORCED MEN Girls and young women should avoid the society of divorced men as they would a pestilence No possible good can come from such associations and young women should guard their good names with jealousy They must even avoid the appearance of evil When a girl permits a divorced man to call upon her to walk with her on the streets to accompany her to places of amusement she has certainty lost some of her selfrespect How then can she expect others to respect her During the past week a murder trial has been in progress in the local courts in which the victim was a girl of good repute until she met a divorced man The man for her fallIwas not only responsible from virtue but appears to have been an accessory before the fact Dlo her murder Thwe are not pleasant things to discuss but it a occasionally becomes necessary to use harsh measures in dealing with vice If that Indiana girl had shunned a divorced man she would not be today in a dishonored grave It is the duty of parents and guardians to inquire into the lives of the male associates of the children God has given them Divorced men should be hunted from the door with a shotgun if a boot toe fails to be convincing TOO STRENUOUS President Roosevelt in his recent message concerning the new Republic of Panama is guilty of an expression that is destined to live as long as there are envious people in the world In speaking of the people of Colombia and their own ership of the Isthmus of Panama he says The accident of posses sionWith all due regard to Mr Roosevelt is he not President of the United States by accident In plain English be advocates taking possession of the property of some other person if we feel that we cat enjoy it or make better use of iit than the other fellow This is a barbarous doctrine There have been accidents of birth and accidents by which a hated language became the language of a nation But this acci dent of a nation possessing a country is new and strange What is to prevent the combined powers of Europe from swooping down on the United States and taking our country from us claim ing that we only hold it by the ac cident of possession What is thereto prevent the strong from despoiling the weak anywhere if the strong fancy that the weak hold some thing by accident of possession President Roosevelt is strenuous at all times but in this case it mus have been a fault of the head and not of the heart TELL THE TRUTH The EHzabethtown News says the time has passed when a newspape can have any influence in changing mens opinions upon politics which sees only good in its own party and only evil in the other The news paper of influence today in Ken tucky is the paper which will com mend the right and condemn the wrong in all parties The Eliza bethtown News is exactly right The modern editor can do mor good by telling exactly what has happened than by exploiting his individual opinion Of course he makes enemies by telling all the truth all the time but you know truth is mighty and will prevail The Kentucky Irish American Worlds Fair contest moves of apace Each day brings more bal lots for the candidates Next weel the standing of the contestants wil be published Those who are holding back votes will please have them in by Wednesday evening as Thursday will be Thanksgiving day and a national holiday hence the votes will be counted one day earlier Do not fail to have your friends vote for you This is an occasion where you can vote early and often The American Federation of Labor which has been in session in Boston during the past two weeks deserves to be congratulated on not only rejecting resolutions pledging it to Socialism but in openly and emphatically rebuking Socialists No good can come to the labor unions through Socialism Itt would only lead to unrest a dis regard of law and anarchy All r d I honor to President Gompers and the hosts who stood by him Patronize our advertisers and when you do so kindly mention the Kentucky Irish American rsGGiTV1 Miss Doris Riley of Owensboro ia the guest of Miss Elsa Fitch in Parkland Miss Carrie Holrheimer of Anchorage is the guest of her sister Mrs Philip Bohue Miss Effie Dillard spent the week at EHzabethtown as the guest of Mrs Lula Warren Mrs George Dalton of Hopktnsville I spent the week in Louisville as the guest of friends Mrs Harry A Swann has been the guest of Mr and Mrs Latt Hitt at Lagrange =Miss Mary Combs spent a pleasant week as the guest of Mrs H D Rodman at Bardstown Mrs E O Murphy of Marengo has returned home after a pleasant visit to friends in New Albany Mrs J W McCarthy has returned to her home in Fordsville She was the guest of friends in Louisville Mr and Mrs John Dalton of Warsaw were this week the guests of Mr and Mrs O Dalton on Evelyn avenue Mrs John Flanigan of Jeffersonville has gone to pay a two weeks visit to her sister Mrs Joseph Fielding at Forth Worth Texas Miss Emily Powers is the guest of Miss Bessie Allen of Henderson She will also visit her sister Mrs Hugh Kimbley at Owensboro Miss Sallie Eggen of Shelbyville and Miss Mamie Eggen of Louisville were the guests of relatives in EHzabethtown during the present week Edward White of the No 18 Engine Company who was injured while going to a fire several weeks ago is improving but is not yet able td resume his duties Peter Murray and Miss Jennie Nichol were married at St Charles Borromeos church at 4 oclock Thursday afternoon Both are popular young people of the West End Miss Elizabeth Tarpey entertained Thursday night with a euchre and dance at her home 2206 West Chestnut street in honor of Miss Margaret Neumann a charming and beautiful girl of Indian apolis Miss Lee McCluskey the pretty and accomplished daughter of M J McCluskey the well known contractor left Tuesday for Chicago where she will spend a month as the guest of friends and relatives Mrs McMahon and daughter Miss Hattie and niece Miss Edyth and Will Hall all of this city are the guests of Mrs Amantha Hall and daughter Miss Mase at Mt Washington A pretty and healthy baby boy arrived to gladden the home of Mr and Mrs Thomas J McFarland 620 Fulton street last Sunday morning Mother and child are doing nicely and Papa McFarland is receiving congratulations More sunlight has been brought into the home of Mr and Mrs James Han non 1330 Rosewood avenue through the advent of a pretty baby boy The mother and child are doing well and the father is receiving congratulations Hardy Bryant and Miss Nellie Bleich popular young people of Paducab will- ie united in matrimony at the home of the bride on Tuesday November 24 The Rev Father Jansen pastor of St Francis de Sales church will officiate The many friends of John Daum of the Times composing room force who recently underwent a dangerous surgical operation at St Josephs Infirmary will be glad to hear than he is improving rapidly and will soon be able to be out The many friends of George Quinlan and Miss Mary Warren will be delighted to learn of their marriage which was solemnized Tuesday evening Rev Father Walsh performing the ceremony The bride and groom are held in high esteem throughout the West End and a happy married life is predicted for them Miss Anna T Eisenman one of the most charming and cultured girls in Indianapolis society is here to spend the winter with her sister Mrs Joseph L Strassel at Southern Heights Miss Eisenman formerly lived in Louisville and will be the recipient of much social entertainment during her stay in this city Fred L Lutz and Miss Alice Anita Blakemore will be married at the Cathe dral of the Assumption at 2 oclock on Wednesday afternoon November 25 Miss Blakemore is one of Lagranges most accomplished young ladies The lucky groom is associated with his father Inr the malt and grain business in this city Naomi Clapham the pretty daughter of Mrs Del Clapham celebrated her seventh birthday at her homei 1152 Zane street on Monday from 2 till 6 oclockII Quite a number of her little friends were pre The tables were tastefully dec orated in white and pink The guests were entertained with vocal and instru mental music and a cake walk Among t the presents received was a handsome t diamond ring John Grady and Loaiae Law u U FEJ4JUQY 1FIHI f1fTERIRf4 j t0ILtps FAI ALtLcOT c Al1 I VOTE FOR ADDRBSSt 1 I 1 fj J fSIGNED f + f Saturday ov 21 1903t3t88S ston will be married at Holy Name church at 830 oclock on Thanksgiving morning the Rev Path OConnor offiiciatlng Mr Grady is a popular railroad engineer His bridetot be is the daughter of Richard W Lawton a well known Louisville Nashville railroad conductor She is a cbarminj young lady Nuptial mass will follow the marriage ceremony R Emmet Noonan and Miss Margate Haleypopularyoung people of Frankfort were married at the church of the Good Shepherd on Wednesday afternoon the Rev Father Major officiating The bride is the daugter of Mrs Jane Purcell Haley and ulster of Assistant Adjutant General Percy Haley She is a beautiful and accomplished young woman Mr Noo nan is connected with the Frenkfor offices of the Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Company Mr and Mrs Philip Ashton Stovall iof Montgomery Ala will arrive in Louis ville on their bridal tour next Wednesday morning The bride is quite well known in Louisville as Miss Mayme Man ning She is the beautiful and accomplished daughter of William Manning formerly of this city now of Montgomery and a niece of Mrs Thomas P Clines During a visit to Louisville a year age Miss Manning made quite a favorable impression in social circles The members of the Butertainmeu Committee of Branch 25 Catholi Knights of America their respectiv wives and a few other members of the order called at the home of Mr and Mrs John T Garaghty 510 East Broad way on Tuesday evening where they were pleasantly received by the host and hostess An enjoyable evening was spent in social conversation and at the clos the guests sat down to a bountiful suppe prepared by Mrs Garaghty Walter R Leacbman and Miss Anna Blanche Leahy were married at the Church of St Frances of Rome Clifton at G oclock Wednesday evening the Rev Father whit officiating The bride wore a princess gown of pearl moire silk with p Jong tulle yell and carried a bouquet of roSes She was pre ceded up the aisle by Mrs Prank Jones the lady of honor The little flower girls were Misses Virginia Wiesen ia niece of the bride and Katherine Sea man the brides cousin Dr Henry A Jones of Cincinnati was best man The ushers were Daniel J Leahy John D Watson William Leachman and Joseph W Zahner After the ceremony the happy pair left on a bridal tour They will make their home at Springfield Mr Leachman is a prominent young business man of that growing city The bride is the daughter of J K Leahy ol Clifton the well known coal dealer SUCCESSFUL EUCHRE The euchre given at Liederkranz Hal by the Jefferson County Catholic Feder atlod on Thursday eight was a success socially and financially The prize win ners were Messrs Henry Bosquet J H Gilbert Thomas Malone Seldin Metzler R E OConnor John L McCrocklin Eugene J Cooney J V Schwaniger C J Thoben W J Robbert and Mesdame L Rosenbaum M M Bruker M Fusco J L McCrocklin J Leverone D Stern Misses Mary Cummins Lorena May Lauer Margaret Coleman and G Stern berg The booby prize was won byRos AaronDelegates from the different societies are requested to make returns Immediately to Secretary John J Barry at the Ken Lucky Irish American office so that a ful report may be made at the next meeting of the Federation IRISH LADY HONORED Pope Pius X has pent the gold cross Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice to Mrs Maher a pious lady of Mayvoughley Ireland in recognition of her services in spreading the devotion of the novena of St Patrick Mrs Maher has traveler through Ireland inducing the schoolchildren to join in the novenas It iIs believed that the Irish Bishops will take steps to have this pious custom made permanent ARTISTIC JOB PRINTING The Kentucky Irish American is equipped and prepared to do all kinds of fancy and artistic job printing dance and wedding invitations visiting and business cards dodgers programmes euchre tally cards etc Prompt atten tion is given to all orders and satisfac tion is guaranteed Give us a trial with your next order of printing Home telephone 046 BILLY SMALL HOME Billy Small the popular Superintendent offr the Street Cleaning Department has turned from a trip to St Louis where he went to inspect new apparatus that is being used on the streets there Mr Small is of the opinion that our street leaning service compares favorably with that of St LomVin proportion to the size of the cities i Spirituality wUhoutfaiorality is a mere whistle without work j J C f 0 ST MARYS BAZAR Will Conclude With Grand Thanksgiving Supper on Thursday Evening The ladies of St Marys congregation- will conduct a bazar or festival in the school hall at Eighth and Grayson streets on Monday Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday each day afternoon and even ing Many handsome articles have been secured and will be disposed of during the festival and on Thursday evening at 7 oclock a grand Thanksgiving supper will be served Tuesday afternoon the feature will be a coffee social Wednesday afternoon being given to the children for a carnival The bazar will close on Friday with a mammoth euchre games to be played both afternoon and night The Rev Father Westermann has workedearly and late for his congrega tion and the ladies desire to make this bazar a success to show their apprecia tion of his services HINTS ON STYLE Moleskin has taken the place of squirrel as the fad of the season and the craze for it bids fair to rage even more furiously than last years squirrel craze Chinchilla has apparently through in trinsic beauty and costliness taken rank among the elect few and may be bought without fear that it will be out of fashion in another season When heavy materials are employed the skirt In almost every instance retains rather close fitting lines at the top with a decided flare at the bottom Strappings braid etc will be extensively used for decorationIAll skirts save those for dress occasionsI are being made shorter and are taking on a round line and although long trailing skirts are still the favorite for evening- wear many frocks intended for elaborate functions are made without a train being cut round and merely clearing the floor There arc many attractive new designs for loose coat for afternoon wear The materials used for these garments are the lustrousfaced cloths silky zibelinea and velvets and in many instances they are elaborately trimmed The long shoulder line is achieved by the addition of one or two capes The subject of coats is an interesting one and the variety of styles is sufficiently great to enable every one to find some thing individually becoming Close fit ting coats will occupy a conspicuous place among the winter modes To have this coat a success it must be fashioned by a firstclass tailor or modiste Stooping shouldersIn fact the elim ination of all shoulder tinesis a dis tinctive feature of the newest modes and this is accomplished not only through the shaping of the garment but by the disposition of the trimming as well Coats and bodices both carry out this idea which Is particularly becoming to the tall slender figure The hip yoke is far too becoming to be banished and many of the smartest skirts are characterized by this feature which by the way may be carried out in numerous ways A new four gored walking skirt may be made with the hip yoke The ekirt is tucked in inverted box plaited style to graduated flounce depth A row of buttons down each seam add a pretty ouch especially when the skirt is made of dark blue cloth and the buttons are gilt BAZAR AT ST JAMES The ladies of St James congregation at EHzabethtown conducted one of the most successful bazars ever held in that section on Monday Tuesday and Wednesday of this week Refresh ments were served every after noon and evening Many valuable articles were disposed of and quite a neat sum was realized The money will be used in erecting a steeple on St James church SOQARO CHOSEN Monsignor Sogaro a Venetian by birth has been appointed to succeed Cardinal Merry Del Val as President of the Academy of Noble Ecclesiastics The positions a very important one as most of the Venetian diplomats are drawn from this academy Monsignor Sogaro was for many years Apostolic Vicar in the Sou dan and is a man of high attainments I JOHN EVANS IMPROVES John Evans a well known young Irish Lmerican who fell from a street car at Seventh and Kentucky streets about one week ago and sustained painful injuries Is making favorable progress His lends are glad to learn of his rapid improvement CONDITION MORE FAVORABLE Peter Riley son of Capt Tom Riley who has been ill of typhoid fever is still trfously ill although his condition is more favorable than atany time since his llneM His speedy recovery iIs hoped for y many friends O Y fft t N H+N 1N+ +H++ 1+ WINTRY BLASTS Have kept us busy in our BLANKET DEPARTMENT It is not to be wondered at for we not only have what you want in quality but in price as well t Grey Blankets with pretty borders double 490kindTan Blankets full 114 size good weight a i 1- 69lufcfo1251 Allwool Blankets in Red White and Grey a regular 98for Comforts filled with white Cotton heavy weight for 100Monday1 Satine Comforts filledwith fine white Cotton a regular for 200 qualityi 150 Satine Comforts handsomely quilted soft and fluf fy Saturday T 1 QOand Monday plyJ GATHOFSEIGHTH AND MARKET H II II II II It II II II II It It II II im We Are J SoleAgents Im IIIInIII City I IIIstandsIII r UUrlong or given such general satisfaction under all condit ions and at all times as the BUCK We have a full line in stock and offer them to our trade on our un matchable low andeasy terms You will never re gret trying a BUCK Stove Stj or Range I m Largest Housefurnishers iin the World 1m I ml 631 633 635 637 639 West MarKet St Louisville Ky 1 Ij l st u 3 HHH1HHIHHHII I I I HH I For the Holidays There is no question but that now is the time to buy the present you intend to give for Christmas Should your intended gift be difficultyinx largest and most varied ever exhibited here consisting of Diamonds Watches Jewelry Novelties Of so many styles and price that it is difficult to particularize Secure your choice now by making a small deposit and having any article set aside until the holidays arrive Remember that we also make a specialty of fine watch and jewelry repairing J BRUNNJEWELER AND OPTICIAN 530 WEST MARKET ST LOUISVILLE KYJ + I I 1 1 H tMHIHIIIIIHHIIIIHIIIHIIIMII 1 I I I I I 1 +1 1 H1 llHlfI GEHER SON217 Market Street Near Second North Side New Store Just Opposite Old Stand Stoves RangesHOUSE FURNISHING GOODS AND KITCHEN SUPPLIES OUR SPECIALTY Stoves and Ranges made In Louisville NOTICETHE 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 545 p m Saturdays 7 a m to 415 p m a- NEW MILLS GOOD WAGES LIGHT WELL VENTILATED Apply Now to Present mils Logan and Mason Streets DRINK a Hofbrau PiIsen r Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BREVVING OOlIpANYXNC- OJtJORArEDTELEPHONE 4B2 LOUI VXL1tJiC KY- u f- o 4 is t 4 I N1UOKY JRISH A1WJ3 RJCAN 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J cr BARRETT 7 i FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER ese 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 Hast Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT HHM i IHI +r rwHH+ K D BAX Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHO E Qt313O Carriages For All Occasions 700 E CHESTNUT ST v SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOi ON THE e r ug Iomoll lbIn an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR I E H BACON District Passenger Agetttk Louisville Ky PRANK J REED General Passenger Agent- C H ROCKWELL Traffic Manager W H McDOEL Preside and General Manager t t t t t t t tH FINE WINES CHAMPAGNES Ali KOLJ3345 West Green Street LIQUORS CIGARS hall Styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas PfIfR M ANDRWI E 8SONS I WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST OREEN ST CARRAROS CAFEIT- ALIAN aaa I SPAGHETTI TELEPHONE 761 NE Corner Third and Green Sts LOW SATESFOR THANKSGIVING DAY- VIA Bio Four Route EAT TURKEY WITH THE OLD FOLKS AT HOME On November 25th and 26th roundtrip tickets will be sold between all local porn on the Big Four Route and D U R R within a radius of 150 miles of start- Ing point also to many points on con necting lines in Central Passenger Association territory within same radius at very low rates Tickets will be good for return to nod including November 30 1903 For full information and particu lars as to rates tickets limits etc calll on Agents Big Four Route or address M E Ingalls President Warren J Lynch Cincinnati Ohio or S J Gates Geul Agent Louisville Ky Illinois Central aiIroad 3660Louisville to California DAILY TO NOV 30 1903 Proportionately Low Rata to Other Points Through personally conducted Excur Mon Sleepers to CALIFORNIA ARI ZONA NEW MEXICO and TEXAS Cheap one way Colonist and Home seekers Excursion tickets on sale first U and third Tuesdays each month to points South and Wet Tickets and inform Uoa Fourth and Market Streets F W Harlow Diy Pass Agent W- KdddeCity J PAM and Ticket Agent a ce- Y u 0 7ACrULEYS One Week Commencing Monday Nov 23 George Ades Musical Comedy PEGGY FROM PARIS Matinees Wednesday Thursday Saturday BUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY NOV 22 Matinees Sunday Monday Wednesday Saturday Special Thankighring Matinee Thursday THE CRITERION VANITY FAIR Extravaganza Company Great comedians great specialties two sparkling burlesques introducing Mlle Ani the aerial novelty Beautiful scenery and beautiful wardrobe JOHN M MULLOY DEALER IN SpicesAndPond Lily and Home Baking Powder 213t VW IARK T t4T Telephone Main 1189 C B THOMPSON F ORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jefferson Sf Both Telephones IOSO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed SMOKE and ENJOY COONEYENNEDYSCIC They Are The Best Brands Made Monarch Gen DeWe- tIrishAmerican FLORA DE CASTILLO Finest 10 Cent Cigar Made 1SO5 W UVIcnin street- tAGED LIVES CLOSED John Jordan seventysix years old died at the residence of his daughter Mrs George Braun 1143 Seventh street on Tuesday night Mr Jordan lived at Ludlow Ky for many years and was engaged in railroad work until be re tired on account of his age He leaves the following children Mrs Georg- Braun and Mrs John Purcell of Louis yule Mrs W J Farren and Miss Cathe rine Jordan of Cleveland Ohio an Thomas M and Michael T Jordan of Ludlow The funeral took place fro St Louis Bertrands church on Friday morningMrs Catherine Gorman widow ol Thomas Gorman died at the home bf her danghter Mrs Maggie McCue 1847 Portland avenue on Thursday morning The deceased leaves two other daughters Mrs Patrick Grimes and Mrs Frank Moore Mrs Gorman was well knownI and highly respected The funeral willI take place from St Patricks church at 0 oclock this morning He who expects to wini the world I applause while he purifies its way ba better look for other buaiiww 4- f mMmmmmmmMl4mmMm MmmlMm mmtlIUlmmMi1mmmMmMmm SPEAKING OF JOB PRINTING I IDancWedding Invitations Note and Bill Heads Tickets Dodgers Etc HO1VII3 PHONE oho Kentucky Irish American 326 WI ST 3RFTi1T STI23iT i MUCH ENTHUSIASM Displayed at the Meeting of the Ladles Aux iliary The Ladles Auxiliary A O H held a well atiended meeting Wednesday night despite the cold weather Miss Mary Cavanaugh presided and all the officers were present Miss Mary Joyce was Init iated and the applications of Misses Mamie and Ella Fitzgerald and Nora Coburn were received An invitation from Division 1 to attend its open meet ing on December 8 was accepted with thanksMiss Mary Sheridan was called upon and made a brief address expressing her delight with the progress that was being made by the auxiliary State Secretary William T Meehan announced that the new and handsome charter had arrived and that the robes and paraphernalia for the degree team would soon be ordered Quite a number of gentlemen all Hiber nians attended the meeting and ex pressed their pleasant surprise at the In terest shown by the ladies for of the total of about 160 members more than half were in attendance and all seemed to beenthusiasticState Thomas Keenan made several excellent suggestions on the rite ual Mrs Annie Nevin Cunningham advocated vocal and instrumental music at the meetings and kindly offered her services Her offer was accepted at ouce and she played several airs by request Miss Mary Cochrau sang excellently an old but popular Irish ballad This put everybody in a good humor and a very pleasant half hour was spent in social conversation CARE IN CHOOSING FRIENDS No thoughtful person who has lived to midlife can ever fail to note tht effect upon the character and career of young men of the young women whom they choose as their early companions Many young men of large promise of good abilities of earnest aspirations of gener ous impulses have been turned aside from their career their ardor quenched their aspirations shorn of wings their impulses chilled to death by the young women whom they choose to make their companions and friends On the other hand many young men of plain and ordi nary gifts of common earnestness have been led to higher excellence to nobler manliness to success of the truest kind by the young women whom they choose as their friends Young men should know that the whole matter of their suc cess or failure in life the making of some thing worthy of themselves or the wreck lug of all depends far more than they can know or dream upon the women they choose in early life as theircompanions and then on the women whom they take from among these for the inner sacred holy place as wife- WINNING TOGETHER It Is a great thing for a husbandand wife to win the battle together to have the same aims and to be in mutual sympathy at the same time When a man begins life poor with a debt as a legicy and his younger brothers and sisters as his care it is the womans place to help him economize not to claim every dollar herself as fast as he earns it nor to make his burden heavier by needless extrav agance and use of credit When he desires to rise In the world whether he be struggling for an education or enter ing upon a public career she should not hold him back by her lack of ambition nor drag him down by her moral weak ness but bravely and cordially say I am going along with you Discouragement only requires him to study how be can overcome the objections raised to post pone his plans or to fall behind in the race when he should be pressing on to ward the mark of his high aspiration But if this should be said as a caution how much should be said in gratitude No one could even tell what is due to those wonderful women who in this in theefullest those generous and loyal souls who have waited through the long years thedindications of ability in their husbands distrustmamong their friends who have managed the household worked in the factory or the store spoken on the lecture platform or written for the press and made sacri fices unnumbered and unknown All praise to these the angels of success brightjewelsThere is nothing so good to clean fnr niture as a woolen rag dampened in spirits of turpentine This takes all the dust and cloud from carvings and panels When they have been thoroughly cleaned surfacedrubbing it well into the wood- Y rt j IRISH 8SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O XX DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentMike Tynan DoughertyRecording Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomas P Walsh DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of MothPresidentCon Vice President John J Sullivan Recording SecretaryEdward J Kei ranFinancial Secretary John T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month QuinnViceCooneyRecording Welsh Financial SecretaryWilliam Burns 807 Twentythird street TreasurerGeorge J Butler- S rgeantatArmsPat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy LynchRecording Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnut ReillyTreasurer DIVISION JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at pfaus Hall County President John Kenney HoganVice Secretary John G Cole TreasurerMike Kenney Financial SecretaryThomas OHeru Y 3Vt I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street MurphyFirst W Born traeger Second Vice PresidentHugh Higgins Recording Secretary Geo F SImonis Corresponding Secretary Frank G AdamsFinancial SecretaryDan Weber 2548J St Cecilia street Treasurer Joseph Steltenpohl Marshal William Shaughnessy Inside SentinelRobert Osborqe Outside Sentinel Pat Connolly LIFE A SONG Life is a song That should ring to the skies An anthem that grandly And gladly should rise Life is a song That is ended too soon Ah I why should we ever Be heard out of tune- MACAUIEVS George Ades musical comedy Peggy Prom Paris will be the attraction att Macauleys Theater all of next week Itt has had a great run in tHe East Matinee will be given on Wednesday Thursday and Saturday MASONIC THEATER Those ever popular entertainers WardI and Vokes will hold the boards at the new Masonic Theater all of next week This time their vehicle of humor Is en titled A Pair of Pinks The show has proved popular in the East andI North BUCKINGHAM The Criterion Vanity Fair Extrava ganza Company will hold the boards at the Buckingham Theater next week Itt is described as a new departure in bur lesque with great comedians and1 astounding specialties Mademoiselle Ant the aerial artist is named as the bright particular star in the olio The performance will open with the burlesque Hotel Waldorf Castorfa and closes with Relllys Reception In addition to the regular matinees a special matinee will be given on Thanksgiving day RIEOER Ii ARCHER Rieger Archer the well known photographers at Broadway and Baxter avenue are making a great name for themselves in their profewionf At pres ant they ere with the Heads of Houses expedition touring the South taking photographs of celebrities and points of interest for the newspapers Messrs Rie ger Archer have completed a baud some photograph of the last Grand Coun cil Y MI Members of the order who desire coptcal1 have Use in by applying to Rieger Archer DEATH CALLED And Michael J Garvey Wont to Answer the Final Summons Michael J Garvey an old and highly respected citizen of Louisville died at the family residence on the northeast corner of Clay and Green streets lest Sunday afternoon The deceased leave three children James Garvey steward at the Willard Hotel David Garvey who isi in business on Fifth street and Miss Nellie Garvey Mr Garvey was born in the parish of Ballinrobe County Mayo Ireland more than sixty years ago and came to Ken lucky in 1857 He spent some time in Hardin county and then removed to Louisville where he resided more than forty years He was a selfmade and thrifty man and for many years conducted the Palace Hotel at Ninth and Molt streets He had friends in all parts ot the city and there are few Irish Americans in Louisville who are more highly spoken of than was Mike Garvey Th fnneral took place from the Cathedral at 10 oclock on Tuesday morning A great concourse of his friends followed the remains to their last resting place- BEDTIME On the Missouri Pacific train out of Kansas City a few years ago was mother and four childrenthree girl and one boy They had left Chicago thc day before and were on their way tc Leadvllle where the huaband and father had a claim which was to be their nei home The eldest girl appeared to bs about fourteen and from that age they ranged down to the only boy a chubby little fellow about five Their dress and manners showed that they had not beet reared in the midst of luxury but wltha they were model children and scrupu lously clean The mother was thin he face haggard from the worry of the Ion trip and the care of her precious lItth flock for there were seven or eight long hours yet before the journeys end II was after bedtime when the train left Kansas City and the children were yawning and scarcely able to stay awake In fact the boy the pet of the family had closed his eyes and was fast ap proaching shuteye town while th next older tugged at him as she looker appealingly to her mother with an ex pression that was pitiful He mustn go to sleep yet the others began whispering among themselves and then to the mother as if something exciting hac happened or would happen soon al1o which attracted the attention of th other passengers who sat in wondermen as they tried to divine the cause of ss much whispering and such strenuou efforts to keep the least one awake They occupied seats In the rear end c the car holding a long seat which run along tha smoking partition Presently the cause of all this excitement wa made plainIt was bedtime and they had not said their prayers Quietly modestly without ostentation or display yes even timidly the mother and he children knelt at the long seat The made the sign of the cross and said thei evening prayers Just for a few minutes and then they arose the children wen made as comfortable as possible for tbi night and soon all but the mother wen asleep while the traveling men with thell grips the business man with his worries and the other passengers paid a silen but mighty tribute to the greatest civil zIng agent of all agesthe Catholi religion One of the passengers said God save the mother and her children bring them to their homes in safety and to their last days In peace FOOLING THE NEIGHBORS 4 Terence OGrady had only been mar sled a week but his bride was already making thlnge lively in the little hous in Ballybnnion He had been working for three hours in his little garden whet Bridget came to the back dqor and caller out in strident tones Terence me boy come in to tay toast and foive eggs Terence dropped his spade in astonish ment and ran Into the kitchen Shure Bridget alannah yere onl coddin me he said Nay Terence replied Bridget if not ye its the neighbors Im coddin He had been out late When he reached his residence the clock was chiming five Heavy weary disgusted he opened th front door with some difficulty and softl toiled up the stairs entering the bed chamber with elaborate caution Tbanl goodness she was asleep He dropped into a chair and without taking off hi coat or hat began to remove his shoe One he placed with great care upon th floor but alas as he took off the other i slipped out of big hand and felt with is loud noise Wlfey awoke on the instant Sh A I 1 t HICKEYSAMPLE ROOM Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool M J HICKEY Proprietor Homo Telephone 384 228 W Jefferson StM H H M M Mt M M H M M H H M M t t f WILLIAM 3ORGMANNDistillers Agent and Wholesale and Retail Dealer in WHISKIES TtflflES flStt GICA S I offer to the consumer some fine old whiskies at the following low prices sal8yeargal4yearOr pricesWillHome Phono 6264 2141618 SEVENTH ST LOUISVILLE KY We guarantee age and purity of all our goods STATIONERS PRINTERS BINDERS BOOKStLLERS u IN Bradley Gilbert Co INCORPORATED Blank Book Paoer Box Manufacturers RepMienlatlw of the Hammond Typewriter for Kentucky Typewrite Supplies Ribbons etc for VJ ichlnes Cor Third and Green Sts LOUISVILLE KY HENRY C LAUER rELEPIIONE 11sO Fine Wines and Liquors Livery Boarding Stable 407 JEFFERSON ST 428 and 430 Branch House 905 West Market EAST JEFFERSON STREET Want To Save 250 5 J Orjj 8 On a- Sint I Of FineClotHes ClotHesSee SeeThe 20 Specials At LEVYS THIRD AND MARKET HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORSI Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON i BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street I GO TO PioneerBottling House i FO- RSTRAIGHT c t n WHISKIESI BIG JUG AT DOOR J P IDJVrcOD 913 WEST BROADWAY near Union Station I looked at him and then at the sunlight Why George what are you up ao early for Talk about gettingI Why my dear replied George I found I couldnt sleep s i I thought Id get up and go out and take a walk And out the poor wretch went as well as he possibly could Come here Pat you truant and tell1 me why you came to school late this morning said an Irish schoolmaster to a ragged and shoeless urchin whose young idea he bad undertaken for a penny a week to teach how to spell Please your honor replied the ready witted scholar the frost made the way so slippery that for every step forward I took two steps backward Dont you see Pat was the rejoinder of the pedagogue that at that rate ye would never have reached school at all lust what I thought myself your honor replied the boy and so Ire turned to go home and after a time found i myself at school I The only way to make the best of bad thing ia to abolish it v Now Is the Time to Order Your FALL SUIT All the newest patterns 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instinct with the artistic enthusiasm of their authors Call at our store and hear the delightful CHICK BRING TO- NEMontenegroRiehm Music Co 028030 rsouizrix AVENUE FOR GOODNESS SAKE EAT MOI CHEAPERTI s in the loaf youd bake at home would more than a loaf of MOTH BREAD Quit baking and Dcostit Leave a standing order B REA for some your nic- eCHINA grocer BLUE and LABELS save the FREE GOOD EVERY WAY GOOD EVERY DAY Hftf+ + t + + 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 H + + HMMM ++ I + H t +t +H+ n M + M n 1 1 1 M M+ 1 1 +1 1 +1 +1 f1 11 + +++++1 +1 n+1 ++1 +1 +H M M +M+ M M JAMES SOWDERS 159 West Jefferson Street Fishand Oysters BOXq PHONES SSSOO H + + t tt t H + tt ENDS SPENCER PeopleAccountantand Expert For Business Good Employment and Success 0s GALL OR WRITE FOR fULL INFORMATION p- Usion NaUtAl1 But MAIN SIXTH TSLOUISVILLE AND Uuildiug 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collarless stitched inlaid velvet trimmed full satin lined 91198 coat Special T 8 8 greeno 98oMontagnac and Kersey Coat in black 0 castor green brown and blue collarless stitched taffeta leaf cape fitted back taffeta piping pearl buttons heavy satin lined 1498 coat tf 1 1 AQ Special 411 iOBlack Nub Cheviot 3oinch blouse collarless cape metal buttons silk braid and ornaments silk serge lined plaited iISpecialI 1298 throughout black collarless Imported applique and FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN io The weather man says we are to have cold weather o have of us still our thin Wearables varInIIto of heavier garments and hosiery Let us help HqseHermsdorffastblackwhite o heels and toes 350 quality for JJextra fine quality Fast Black Allwool Cashmere Hose full regular made double soles heels and 390o toes plain 6r ribbed 500 quality Childrens extra fine quality Fast o Black Ribbed Vests all sizesC0 soc quality for 121 Bet and Bet Third IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The of Agriculture has decided to erect a pier for the fishermen of TramoreJohn a resident of Dublin was struck by a tram car and was so badly injured that he died a few hours later Thomas McCarthy a mer chant of Tallow died recently He is survived by a wife and several children Alice Miller fiftysix years of age was found dead in her room in the city of Cork The Coroner pronounced due to heart disease There is a movement on foot to reelect James A Power Mayor of Water ford so well has he performed bis duties during the past year John Riordan a lamplighter fell from bridge into the River Lee and was drowned The victim of the acci dent was highly Daniel Cummins for more than forty years an employe of the Cork Baudon railway died a short time ago at his home near The body of Mary K Hall an eight eeQyearold girl who had been missing from her home at was recently recovered from the River Blackwater Magistrate William James OMeara has been from County Fermanagh to COrk and Magistrate John Gray has been from Cork to Fer managh Owen Sheehan of Mallow died at the home of his sisterinlaw at Greenane The deceased was a highly respected citizen and his causes general regret The suit of Lord De Freyne against Irish leaders to recover alleged to be due as the result of a conspiracy to Induce his tenants to withhold their rents has been postponed till February 25 A farmer named died recently at Kanturk and his wife died a few later Both were elderly people and were highly respected The double funeral was attended by the people for many miles around It is alleged that an was re cently made to assassinate Simon White the resident owner of Glengariffe Castle The neighbors and tenants insist that White originated thee atory to create sym pathy for himself A recent raiiMtorm which swept over Ireland JVM most severe in the County Limerkk The River Pale and its Crib uUrka were flooded to point have Q r 4oinch Coat silk serge lined over shoulder leaf 0cape satin band trimmed military collar roll front edged with and white 8I65oII 30inchesstitched cape and silk braid 0 1498I75oBlue and Brown Cheviots 33 inch blouse cape stole fancy metal buttons trimmed full satin lined 98bargmnZibeline 42inch Coat i8inch leaf cape cloth stitched metal buttons trimmed Watteau 0back collarless full satin lined roll front edged with fancy Persian silk 0 2498Specialun Hosiery Underwear The days kept many jbn Its now think you Ladies Department Kiusale which I Childrens extra fine quality Fast Black Fleecelined Hose fullregular made double knee heel and toe 1 iIadlesAllwool tights 125 quality 9for 4 BJackIILadies extra fine White Union Suits Oneita style T1 TC 250 quality for 3 1 J 060- iJ BACONSONSIThird Fourth MARKET STREET and Fourth 0 000000 0000 wellknown death Parliament respected Junction 1enuoy transferred formerly death political damages Connors hours attempt Black strap Black shawl Black plait 0 0000 00 transferred rarely been exceeded and the condition of agricultural affairs presents an unsatisfactory prospect v The farmers are very much discouraged Robert Walsb a well known citizen pf Cork died recently in London whither hejhad gone to visit his three sons He bad always taken a very active interest in Irish politicalaffairs and his death is generally regretted The Rev Dr Hennebry formerly pro fessor of Gaelicin the Catholic University at Wasbingtonand the Rev J P Field ing of Chicago who are now in Ireland recently delivered lectures On the Gaelic movement at Clonmel The Rev Father Barrett has resigned the Presidency of the Cork Branch of the United Irish League and the Rev Father D OFlynn hat been elected in his stead Resolutions were adopted de ploring the resignation of Father Bar rett v1 The Greater Cork International Ex hibition has been brought to successful close The Lord Jlayor and all the members of the executive committee took part in the closing ceremonies The exhibition was hardly as successful as it was last year The recent death of the Rev Father Thomas Walsh parish priest at Bally poreen has caused widespread regret Father Walsh was sixtyfour years old and was beloved by his parishioners and fellowclergymen alike He was born near Cappoquiu and was educated at St Johns Seminary Waterford The Rev Father D J oConuorpas- tor of Ballyduff County Waterford has been called to his eternal reward after a long and successful career in the sacred ministry Father OConnor iad rendered excellent service to the Gaelic revival movement Death lias been rapidly thin ning the ranks of the parish priests iin monthssThe Gilman property near Dumanway has been sold to the tenants Agent Holmes appeared for the landlord while the tenants appeared in person Their spokesmen were the Rev Father Murphy J H Powell and P Walsh According to tbe4erms of sale the tenants reserve all sporting and fishing rights on their hold ings The lleast reduction that first term tenants obtained was 40 per cent and second term tenants 25 per cent A few tenants obtained additionall concessions la all cases half a years rent was forgiven The terms are considered favor able v HURT IIN WRECK Stephen E Mooaey has been brought to his home 721 Ohio avenue Jefferions yllie He was injured ltawreck at rhl tonInd ardmered the fracture of two ribs 9iact bin retUtti home Mr Moon yY cotditiMl Lea improved very rapdIy I o u HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Division 4 will confer the degrees on a large class Wednesday night Anew division of the order has been organized at South St Paul It will be known as Division 3 Division 1 will hold an important meeting Tuesday night and will initiate a number of candidates Division 4 Ladies Auxiliary of Scran ton now has a membership of 120 al though it is not one year old A uniformed company of Hibernian rifles has been organized at Youngstown Ohio The new organization starts out with forty members Nine candidates were initiated as members of Division 7 of Providence at the last meeting The Attleboro degree team conferred the degrees Division of Minneapolis held memo rial services nt the Cathedral last week Requiem mass was celebrated by the chaplain Father Corhett Bight new members were initiated at the last meeting of the New Haven branch of the Ladies Auxiliary Eight applica tions were received on the same evening Many of the leading members of the order in Buffalol paid a visit to the Right Rev Bishop Colton last week and mere formally presented to His Lordship by the Rev John J Ryan County Chap lain The new Bishop expressed his pleasure at meeting representatives of this splendid Irish society At the next meeting of Division 4 reso lutions will be adopted on the death of William Lyden who was killed in the recent wreck ort the Louisville Nash drapedinlowedAt meeting of the order in Milwaukee last Monday night sixty new members were initiated This brings the divisionII up to 400 It has not been the Milwaukee division bad dwindled away to aluibst nothing and was on the point of disbanding New blood and good management turned the tide and flow it is oueof the largest divisions in the Northwest The Suffolk County Board represent ing all the Hibernians in Boston has decided to hold mammoth parade on 8C Pairicka day The Presidents of each ofthe eventyfonr divisions In the county were appointed to make the ar rangefuirits TMa will be the first parade given by ttheBoiSbh Hibernian in twelve years TllCSU ty Board k also making arraniuHtl filch field dy to tw held in May a- r aJ IjwATHENS SherbeLst= 6 HAVE THREli STRONG POINTS I PURITYQUALITYPRICE tEC Try them and you will be convinced Cream milestK HOME TELEPHONES 2144 AND 3968 tSTREET + tit+ + t + + + + + + + = + + tt+ + + + + + + + ON COALIt suggestt burnsfreenigbt- Pittsburgh 4th Pool Lump25 Bushels 325 Pittsburgh 4th Pool Lump 100 Bushels 1300 PACIFIC COAL CO Phones 1821 2686 CHAS L CRUSH Mgr 452 W Jefferson St 1 Th116 ciias fl Rwere eiioVco + fi+V having recently 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