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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN VOLUME YIN0 22 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 28 1903 PRICE FIVE CENTS ST CECILIA Honored by Priests and People at Two Impressive Core monies Solemn High Mass With Grandl Music and Eloquent Sermon Panegyric of the Patron a Music Preached by a Passion 1st GRAND CELEBRATION AT ST JOHN I Twice last Sunday St Cecilias beauti ful church was filled with its faithful parishioners who assembled to do honor to St Cecilia the patron of the church whose feast was being celebrated The altars were handsomely decorated with flowers and brilliantly illuminated ad ding solemnity to the already beautiful edificeThe main celebration was at the late mass at 1030 oclock The Very Rev Father A J Brady pastor of St Cecilias was the celebrant The Rev Father t Gaudentius C P was deacon and the Rev Father John D Kalaher subdeacon n of the mass The choir under the direction of Miss Agnes Richter rendered a splendid musical programme This ch iir must surely be under the patronage of St Cecilia as it has the reputation of being one of the best in the city Its music is of a class pleasing to the mass of i people and is always rendered in the best manor On Sunday the music sur passed all former occasions and showed the careful training of the members Mrs Henrietta Bauer Joyce sang the Et Incarnatus Est Other solos were sung by Misses May KellyrEffie McDonald and Mary Zinninger sopranos Miss Nellie Monohan alto Henry Gottbrat tenor and Messrs Harry Soete and John Rectenwald bassos Not the least imposing part of the ceremonies was the procession of thirty well drilled acolytes who were attired In new white surplices over red cassocks The work of these boys showed that Fathers Brady and Kalaher had given wtbemcarefuLirainfn Father Gaudentius C P preached a sermon on the blessed sarament The Bread of Life He urged the faithful to approach the sacraments of penance and the holy eucharist regularly and fre quently It made them better Christians better citizens he said The eloquent speaker said that frequently approaching the sacraments made us strong in the faith and more ready to accept the will of God with resignation In the evening at 730 solemn vespers were sung by the Rev FatherJohn Kelly of New Albany assisted by the Rev I Father John Sheridan of St Michaels and the Rev Father Thomas W White of St Frances of Rome church The Rev Fathers Hugh Brady A J Brady and John D Kalaher occupied seats in the sanctuary Father Gaudentius preached the pane gyric of St Cecilia after vespera He told of the beautiful life and cruel martyrdom of the young saint and asked tbe mem bers of the congregation to be devoted to their heavenly patron Father Gauden i tius urged them to ask her intercession in their prayers that they might like her be faithful unto death His perora tlon was an eloquent appeal to St Cecilia to look down upon and bless the congregation Father Brady has every reason to be proud of his congregation for their at tendance at tbe celebration last Sunday and the congregation has every reason to esteem and love their pastor who provided such instructive ceremonies and sermons on St Cecilias day St Cecilias church was built about twentyeight years ago and the Rev P M J Rock now of the Cathedralwas one of its first pastors After him came Father McConnell tbe present pastor of St Stephens at Owensboro and then the late lamented Father Mackin who was succeeded some years ago by Father A J Brady the present pastor who has doneI valiant service His parishioners hopeI be will long be the last and may live to see the dedication of the new church that will in time replace the present edifice The people of St Johns congregation celebrated the fortythird anniversary of the consecration of that church last Sun day The main celebration was at the late mass at 1030 oclock Father Bas officiated with the Rev Father Hill as deacon and Father Schmitt as sub deacon Father Welsh was master of ceremonies The choir under the direc tion of Miss Dymphna Veeneman sang Haydns Imperial Mass The sermon was preached by the Very Rev Louis Deppen who dwelt at length on the blessings that were always connected with a consecrated church He also paid a high tribute to Father Bar whom be described as the nestor of the diocese Father Bax had not only laid the corner atone bat he bad built the church and two years and a haJf later was at its consecration Father Deppen said that it was indeed a great blessing that this same venerable pastor was still presiding over the same church and congregation He told how the cornerstone lied been I blessed ia April11868 by Bihop MiU oi Nubville bow the sermon bid bees preached by Bishop Spalding of the con serration in November 1860 by Arch bishop Purcell of Cincinnati and of the troubulous times that prevailed during those two years 68 to 60 when it seemedI well nigh impossible to have raised the money necessary to pay off the indebted ness and yet it had been done In the afternoon Father Welsh sang vespers and Father Bax officiated at the benediction of the most blessed sacra ment SOCIAL SESSION t Of Hibernians Will Be Held LadlesrAuxiliary Division 1 held an interesting meeting on Tuesday night President Mike grabS withdrew his resignation He has made a capable and efficient officer and no one would hear to his resigning The application of Patrick Ahearn was received and Anthony J Norton wa obligated and received a cordial greeting from the older members State Secre tary Meehan and County President Sulli van were among the prominent visitors presentIt announced that all arrangements had been made for holding an open meeting on Tuesday evening December 8 in honor of the Ladles Auxiliary Attorney Newton G Rogers will deliver an address on that occasion His subject will be France and the Law of Religions Associations Besides there will be vocal and instrumental music The ladies are promised an en joyable evening State President Keenan made an earn est appeal to the members of Division 1 to build still higher the grand old order and asked them to see that all young Catholic Irishmen should join one of the local divisions Thomas Dolan made an appeal for a greater interest in Irish athletic sports and donated a pair of Indian clubs to start the proposed gym nasium County President Sullivan ad dressed those present on the proposition to organize a company of Hibernian Knights He said this company should be chosen from the best of the young men in each of the local divisions so that the Louisville Hibernian Knights would be a credit to the order He hoped to see it in working order before long so that the knights would take part in the parade in St Louis during the national convention next itj ABLE MEN Spoken of For tho Presi dency of Trinity Council Trinity Council Young Mens Insti tute had a well attended meeting Mon day night One member was initiated and several applications were received President Garvey announced that nomi nations for officers for the ensuing year would be made at the next meeting The two most prominently mentioned for the Presidency of Trinity Council are Emmet Slattery and Eugene J Cooney The former is a young lawyer of marked ability and a great worker for tbe Young Mens Institute He has always taken an active interest in Trinity Councils affairs and has many friends who are anxious to see him elected Pres identMr Cooney is an active and Intelligent young business man and has long been a leader in Trinitys affairs He is quiet and unassuming in manner and yet he can speak out for himself and his council whenever it becomes necessary Either of these two gentlemen would make capable presiding officers It is not positively known whether either of them will stand for election Goodmen have been mentioned in connection with each of the other offices The election will be held on the first Monday in December LEFT RELATIVES HERE Word was received in Louisville last week of the death of Mrs Margaret OLeary who died in the parish of Kain turk Ireland during the week previous Mrs OLeary was seventynine years old and is survived by an aged husband who still resides in Ireland and three sisters who live in this city The sisters are Mrs John Baldwin of 709 Twentyfourth street Mrs Thomas Hines wife of the well known commission merchant and Mrs Thomas Glenn of Nineteenthand Baird streets Mrs OLeary was also closely related to Mrs John McQuecse of the West End I FATHER PAUL ILL The Rev Father Paul Alf O F M who returned last week from Mt Clemens Mich is confined to his room by a i severe attack of rheumatism Father Paul left Louisville about three weeks ago and conducted a successful mission at Chatham Canada From there he went to Mt Clemens for his health and ap peared greatly benefited by the waters there He had only been home a few days when he was again attacked His J hopedforII CANDY PULLING A candy pulling will be given for the I I children of Holy Cross parish la the J parochial school building tile afternoon 1 givethej I lt 1 5 c GRAND BAZAR For St Frances of Rome Church Begins Tuesday Even In Next Special Features Have Been Arranged For the Various Nights Three Beautiful Booths Will B Laden With Valuable Articles FATHER WHITE WILL GREET FRIENDSS A grand bazar for the benefit of S wis111 begin Tuesday night and continue untilI December 10 a period of ten days It will be held in St Frances Hall adjoin ing the church The Rev Father Thomas W White pastor of the congregation expresses himself as satisfied that the affair is in good hands and believes success is already assured Men women and children have given their time labor money and attention toward the arrangementsThere be three booths laden with expensive useful and handsome articles manyof them the generous gifts of local1 merchants Some of the articles will be disposed of each night The main and unique feature of the bazar will be that one of the capital prizes will be disposed of every evening Tickets of admission are only twentyfive cents and each ticket entitles the holder to a chance on ten different capital prizes none worth less than 5 A ticket holder may draw prize although he may not be in attend ance at the fair on the night upon whir it is drawn These ten prizes are a parlor table parlor chair 5 in cash picture cook stove fifty bushels of coal parlo- lamp Persian rug two pairs of fine lace curtains and f5 in gold On each of the nights while the bazsr continues a special feature of twenty minutes duration will be given Judge Matt ODoherty will open the bazar with a brief address on Tuesday night Miss Lillian Burke will entertain with vocal1 solos on Wednesday night J J Flynn a popular local entertainer will sing andI r clte on lhifSdliytvenlhifoiNtildayT- homas Walsh the attorney will de liver an appropriate address A number of young men of the congregation have arranged what they term Selections for Saturday night On Monday Decem ber 7 the Hi Lee Hi Lo Quartet will1 sing and on the following evening Miss Gertrude Simpson will appear in her own selections On Wednesday the young men will repeat their Selections andI on Thursday the last night Peter Helms Quartet will render a number a favorite melodiesThe of the Altar Society will bin e charge of booth No 1 with Mrs Agnes Montague presiding Booth No will be in charge of the Young Ladies Sodality with Miss Rosa Shea as Prefect She will be aided by forty charming young ladies The men of the congrega tion will have charge of booth No3 over which J B Miller will preside i Dan Leahy has been chosen generali manager of the bazar and George Martin and Joseph X Kessack will superintendl the wheel of fortune Among the many who have assisted iin making arrangements for the forthcom lug event are Miss Maria Merlmee Mes dames Agnes Montague George Liebert Mary L Wiesen M Boldt Joseph Moore George Merke M Brady M R Scully Edelen French Reiner Oette Fergus Flanagan Joseph Kessack Ray James P Ward John Moritz and Messrs J B Miller Owen McCann Peter Helm M R Scully H Borgmann T H Merimee Thomas Edelun Joseph Boeser Josep Oeswein Thomas Hannon and EdwardI Burke Father White hopes to welcome all his friends at his bazar on one or more nights He has labored bard for its suc cess and should be liberally encouraged IFROM PENSACOLA Will Kerborg Writes Enter tainingly of Things Ho Saw William Kerberg a young man wellI and favorably known in the West End has written an entertaining letter to the I Kentucky Irish American concerning- the things he saw in Pensacola where he has been on business recently The extendingintofreight ships proved of great interest to him He boarded the Indra a vessel from Liverpool and the Olympia from exploredbothtells of the seventyfive or more other vessels which were anchored farther out yIsame morning be attended mass at St epbscblifCh where Americans ItaliansFrenchirishI Spanish Germans and negroes were gathered together at the holy sacrifice During the afternoon he paid a visit to the United States navy yard where be found great preparations iia progress for the reception of a namber of Vested t States battleships expected there The dismantled Spanish fleet near at baud was another point of interest to him He talks entertainingly of ifs view of the bay and Gulf of Mexico front the sumI mil of the Government lighthouse and ofan excitlnggame between ball teams of soldiers from the barracks at Poi Beranda and sailors from the navy yardI Mr Kerberg promises to write more about Pensacola before he returns home I MORAWECKHAMEL Popular Young Couple Mar nod on Thanksgiving tfEva or Alvin H Moraweck of Pittsburg and Miss Geneva Hamel ot this city were united in marriage at the Cathedral of the Assumption on Wednesday afternoon- S I the Rev Father Rock officiating After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Moraweck left for an Eastern trip They will be aI Margtwas attired in blue broadcloth and carried a boquet of white carnations Mr Moraweck was formerly connectedI with the Cumberland I Telephone andI Telegraph Company in this city but Superintendent of the Pi A Telephone Company at Pittsburg He is a brother of Dr Ernest Mora wecli and Mrs Cltudia Coldeway of this city s1 He is a young man of sterling qualities and has many friends who congratulate him on securing- so handsome and char ing a bride The bride is the youngest of four sisters noted for their great beauty and culture i and a daughter of Mja A V Hamel1 Her departure from Louisville will be reo gretted by many dear fiends and admix ers The happy couple received mauy handsome gifts Mrs Mora weeks sisters are Mrs Charles J Cronan of Louisville Mrs John McCully bf St Louis and Mrs John Sturgeon of Brownstown Ind- s it GRAND ASSEMBLY 11jOf Knights of jCjplumbus at Institution of NewCoun rcl1at Owensboro A new council of the Knights of Colum i bus was instituted at Owensboro Sunday under favorable auspices More than hundred of the Louisville council were iin attendance while fifty knights from Evansville were present and many more from St Louis Cincinnati and other cities The varlous yisitlng delegations were metatthe depotad escbrtedto St Pauls church where they attendedI mass The work of instituting the coun cil began at 1 and continued until nearly 8 oclock The first degree was conferred1I by the team from Covington Council the second degree by Evansville CouncilI and the third degree by the Louisville team under the jurisdiction of State Deputy Charles J OConnor Fiftytwo new Knights of Columbus were enrolled After the initiatory exercises the old andI new knights sat down to a banquet in the Rudd House The Hon La Vega Clem ents was toastmaster The Pope wa responded to by Judge Matt ODohertyI 2of Louisville The Hon G L Drury ofr Owensboro spoke on The Knights ofr Tonight and Judge Louis J Herman ofr Evansville spoke on K C Observa lions DIED ON DUTY Fatal Summons Called Fire man Edward Connelly Suddenly Edward J Connelly one of Louisville I best known and most popular firemen died Friday night of last week while fighting a fire in the engineroom of the Government works on the canal Death was due to heart failure brought on b overexertion Ned Connelly as he fortyfivehyears department since 1889 He had a creditable record as a fireman and was for severalI years Captain of the No6 engine corn pany He was always goodnatured dI polite and numbered his friends by the thousandsThe was unmarried He lived at his mothers home 214 Twentysixth street He is survived by one brother Anthony Connelly an inspector for the Louisville Railway Company and two sisters Mrs George Bush and Mrs Mary Taylor The funeral took place from the Church of Our Lady on Monday morn ing Rev Father Cpnniff celebrated the mass of requiem and preached a feeling funeral sermon The bereaved family have the sympathy of many friends in their grief HANDSOMELY ENTERTAINED Miss Sarah Pontricba charming belle of the Southeastern part ot the city entertained a number of her friends with a euchre at her home 012 East Ormsby addltionwere served in abundance and the evening was pleasantly spent in listening to vocal and instrumental music and humor ous stories told by Nice Pontrich Miss Pontrich made an admirable hostess BndI saw that all of her guests enjoyed themselves Among those present were HubbucbKatieBuckley ami Elite Poutrich and Mes9lsI MattStrableMikePoatdch J Mm Nick roatriefySr n I i NOMINATIONS For Officers of Mnckin Council rtWere Mnclo on Tuesday Night Excellent Young Men Wore Named For All the Offices Members Will Attend a Memorial Mass at Sf Arttlionys Church EUCHRE PRIZEWINNERS ANNOUNCE- Dk Owing to the fact that Mackin Council Young Mens Institute was to have had a lecture on Tuesday night and that it was the time to nominate officers for the ensuing year the attendance was larger- s than usual The lecture was to have been delivered by Sam J Boldrick a well known young attorney and member of Satolll Council Air Boldrick was unexpectedly called to Frankfort during the lay so that the lecture was postponed until the second meeting in December The members were reminded that they were to attend a mass of requiem for de ceased members at St Anthonys church at 8 oclock next Sunday morning and are expected to receive the holy eucharist in a body In the absence of President Frank Murphy First Vice President Louis Borntraeger presided Charles Smith was reported as improving from an attack of typhoid fever Messrs James Shelley George J Lautz and Dan Weber were appointed a committee to select a suitable memorial tablet Messrs Clarence H Zook Frank Adams and Charles Raidy were appointed a committee to visit other councils in tbe city to arrange for union meetings of the order at stated intervals during the year Dr Michael Casper delivered a brief address on the benefits to be derived from membership in Mackin Councils Acting President Borntraeger announced that nominations for officers were in order The business of the evening began in earnest The nominating speeches were all brief and to the point The list of nominees is as follow- sPresidentLouts Bomtraegetand Jas Shelley First VicePresidentJoe Steltenpohl Fred Herp Hugh J Higgins and Will Shaughnessy Second Vice President Will Shaugb nessy and Fred Herp Recording SecretaryThomas Shaugh nessy and Frank Adams Corresponding SecretaryFrank Burke Lawrence Humphrey and James Shelley Financial SecretaryDan Weber Treasurer Frank Murphy and Ben Sands Marshal John Kinney Geo Simonis Frank Schmidt and Alfred Wald Inside SentinelFrank Lnnahan and John Schaeffer Outside Sentinel Frank Lariaban and John Schaeffer Executive CommitteeGeo Simonis Frank Murphy Charles Raidy Charles Oswald Louis Borntraeger Henry Blu mer Andy Baurla Lawrence Humphrey Frank Adams jOt Steltenpobf Edward Andriott James Adams Pat Mullarkey Hugh Riley Charles Herp John Stewart Pat Flynn and Frank Lanabau Of these only five can be elected Drs Alphonse Bizot and Michael Cas per were nominated to succeed themselves as Medical Examiners Good men have been nominated for each of the offices and an exciting contest is in prospect for the meeting next Tuesday night when heldyThe pay euchre given Monday night was a pronounced success The prize winners were Miss Mary Kelly Mrs M M Bruker Mrs Louis Borntraeger Miss Smith Miss May Allen Mesdames Weid ling Dan Cuniff and R W Galway and Messrs P Schork M M Bruker Steve Harney Dan Cuniff G BulzT Kenney and A Mathis This is the last euchre to be given by Mackin until after Advent DURING HOLIDAYS Members of Division 4 Will Give An Entertainment President John H Hennessey presided over a splendid meeting of Division 4 Ancient Order of Hibernians on Wednes day night John OConnor and Frank McDonogh were obligated and welcomed by the other members of the order The Visiting Committee reported that Fire man Martin McNally had about recovered from the effects of a recent accidental o that James Wolfe the popular gro cer at Eighth and Oldbam streets badI recovered from his spell of typhoid fever Pat Coleman and John Quill were re ported ill The reports made by Financial Secre tary Joseph P McGinn and Treasurer t John P Hellon were received andshowed an appreciable increase in the treasury t as well as in membership During July August and September the division paid out 175 in sick claims which could not have been done had not the treasury been in abealthystate The Catholic Fedcratloa deisgatee ware u c ftt I given a vote of thanks for disposing of Division 4s pro rata of tickets for the recent euchre Messrs John J Barry James J Kenealey and Tim Stone were appointed a committee to draft appropriate resolutions on the death of William Lyden killed in the wreck at New Hope a short time ago The death claim oi the deceased was also allowed The members propose to give an enter tainment during the holidays and dis cussed the matter informally at the meet ing Wednesday night Just what manner entertainment it will be has not been decided upon but A3 Division 4 hasI plenty of talent something creditable and instructive will be presented SLEEP ETERNAL Has Como to Benedict M Tal bott a Woll Known Young Man Benedict M Talbott well and favor ably known in this city died at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs John Tal bott in Bardstown Ky last Sunda morning He had suffered from pulmon ary troubles for several years pastsI that his death was not unexpected Dick Talbott as he was familiarl known was born in Bardstown about thirtyfive years ago and was educated at St Josephs College Later he cam to this city and entered upon his career as a commercial traveler for William Higgins Bro leather merchants He continued to act as traveling sales man for this and other firms until about five years ago when illhealth compelle- him i to leave the road Since then he held positions with the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company in this city in Pensacola and Birmingham About two months ago Mr Talbott was corn pelled to relinquish work and return toI Kentucky with the hope ofrecovering bis health His condition was so bad however that there was no hope of restoration for him He died fortified by the sacraments of the church and with Christian resignation Eleven years ago Mr Talbott married Miss Nellie OConnor daughter of Mr and Mrs John OConnor of this city His wife and three small children survive He was a brother of Mrs George Buckley of this city His funeral too place from St Josephs church Bards town on Monday morning The interment was in the Bardstown cemetery The deceased young wan had hundred- of friends in Louisville who admired hi sterling qualities and who sympathize with his wife and family in their grea affliction BISHOP MESSMER May Succeed to the Arch episcopal Dignity In Milwaukee The rumor that the Congregation of the Propaganda at its meeting on Mon day decided to recommend Bishop Mess mer for promotion is again going the rounds While it has every air of prob ability the report can not be verified It is in effect however that Bishop Messmer will succeed the late Most Rev Frederic X Katzer as Archbishop of Milwaukee The Right Rev Sebastian G Messmer was consecrated Bishop of Green Bay Wis on March 27 1892 The late Archbishop Katzer was Bishop of Green Bay for some years before he was raised to the dignity of Archbishop Bishop Messmer succeeded him as Bishop and in all likelihood will succeed him as Archbishop of Milwaukee Bishop Messmer is one of the brightest lights in the American hierarchy and His done a great deal to promote the Federation movement He wields a vast influence among the people of the Northwest a HAPPILY OBSERVED Mr and Mrs William P Bannon en tertained a few of their friends Monday evening in honor of their wedding anni versary After a few hours of amusement all present partook of an elegant supper Amobg their guests were Dr and Mrs Buckner ThompsQn Mr and Mrs Tom Leahy Mr and Mrs M J Bannon Mr and Mrs E J Kollros Mr J B Campbell and Messrs Joe Cunningham Will Leahy Arthur Bannou and Misses Katherine Markery and Rose Bannon The evening was delightfully spent and will be long remembered MASS OP REQUIEM The annual solemn mass of requiem for the deceased members of the localII council of the Knights of Columbus was celebrated at St Philip Neris church at 8 oclock Tuesday morning The Rev Dr Ackerman celebrated the mass with the Rev Father Raffo as deacon and the Rev Father Leo as subdeacon and the Rev Father Cone master of ceremonies The Rev Father Martin O P occupied a place in the sanctuary Father Acker man preached a sermon appropriate to the occasion I r LADIES TO NOMINATE The Ladies Auxiliary to Trinity CounII ell YM L will meet next Tuesdayat Trinity Hall to nominate officers for the ensuing year MlssLula Schwanlger the President desires a full attendance so that all may have a voice in the nomina lion Members of the auxiliary who had tickets for the Federation euchre are also requested to make returns to Miss Scawaniger on the same evening r n M CHARITY Was tho Virtue That Guided Miss Mary Smiths Life Foil the Hungry and Clothed the Naked Bound About Her Her Death Has Revealed Some of Her Many Good Works SHE WAS AN ANGEL TEACHER sunginAllymen and women boys and girls admire the virturc of charity above all others charityinpraisesywho are loud in the denunciation those who apparently are uncharitable how theme selves It is not enough for us to admire this virtue in others We must be charit able ourselves not that the world may applaud us but that we may meet the ap proval of the Divine Savior who hast said Love thy neighbor as thyself dSuch a one was Miss Mary J SmithSthe Principal of the Seventeenth and Duncan streets school who died two weeks ago It is only since her death that the great works of charity that she practiced have become known and even uow not onetenth of the good that she did during her life has become known Quiet calm unassuming in manner she was indeed an angel teacher No one ever beard Mary Smith speak of what she gave away In fact not all of the recipients of her benefactions were aware whence came the gifts that from time to time came to them when they were most fA needed Since her death quite a number of persons have gone to her family and hadkbeen their benefactress One woman visited a relative of Miss Smith since her death and said I borrowed 50 from Sheswomansthen told how in her distress she had ap pealed to Miss Mary and offered to give ther a note or other security Idont want itT said Miss Smith I know you are as good as your note You will pay me when you have it The poor woman got the 50 and had she not told about it herself no one would ever have been the wiser Another a young man who holds a responsible position with a railroad at a salary of 126 a month said recently All that I am all that I have I owe to Miss Mary Smith I was a wild boy until I attended her school She took an interest in me and brought out what ever good there was In me It has been learned that on the Mon day before she died she bought a load of coal and sent it to a family in distress There are many poor children who attend the public school at Seventeenth and Duncan streets and yet when the cold weather came around those poor children were always comfortably clad and shod Many of them did not know whence came the clothes and shoes but it now appears that Miss Mary Smith was not only Principal of the school but acted the part of a careful and loving mother During the past week a poor woman spoke to a member of Miss Smiths fam ily saying You miss Mary but you will never miss her as I do Inquiry developed that Miss Smith had sent this woman a basket filled with groceries every week for months past After her death a locker in her room at the school was opened On its shelves were twentyfive or thirty chip baskets It developed that Miss Smith had made a list of the needy families whose children were attending the school and that she had prepared to send each of these fami lies a plentifully filled basket for Thanks giving day These are only a few of the Incidents that have come to light since her death How much more goodshe did may never probably be known And yet the little that has come to light should set an example for others Her death was sudden it is true but her whole life had been a preparation for death She valued the money that she earned as Principal not for the moneys sake but for the good she could do with it She could bear to see none in distress when she was able to relieve It Like the good parson in Goldsmiths Deserted Vil loge Pity gave ere charity began Mary Smith was the child of poor parents She had many difficulties to overcome during her life but she set about surmounting every obstacle with a Christian spirit That she was successful all know That she was an affectionate sister and dutiful daughter her family y knows how awayInheart warmed by charity It was of suck as Mary Smith the poet wrote These shall resist the empire of decay When time is oer and worlds have passed away Cold in the dust the perished heart may He J But that which warmeditonce can never die The School Trustees as well as children realise the toes Louisville baa auetaiwd n 11 R I L TTITC7Y IRISH AJMERIOAN L KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGM ieyoted to the Moral end Social Advancement of all frisk Americana KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Entered at the Uwlsvllle PostoHlce as Secoed Class Matter- Addleraall C011lm nlcatioDI to tile KENTUCKY IRISII AA1ERICAN 326 West Green Street TRADES COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KySATURDAy NOVEMBER 281903 ADVERTISE The Christmas holidays are ape preaching To business men we desire to say that now is the time to advertise If you have household or holiday goods toys ready- made clothing or dress goods iif you are a merchant tailor a grocer or if you are in any kind of busi ness tell the people what you have I to sell One of the best ways to do that is to put an advertisement in the Kentucky Irish American This paper is not like an ordinary daily paper scanned hastily over for sensations and then dropped We know by experience that every line in it is read and read again and is passed from person to person and from one family to another In many families this paper is kept for months and yens by people interested in the record of events that occur from time 1to time The Kentucky Irish American is a paper not given to sensations and scandal hence it circulates in the best families in the city and State If you are not in business induce your friends to advertise with us Above all things do not forget that now is the time to advertise if you want to secure ta liberal share of the holiday trade IT HURTS LOUISVILLE The fair name of Louisville has been besmirched by the publi cation of columns and tens of columns of matter pertaining to the looting of the stores in the old Masonic Temple building duriu the progress of the fire on Prida of last week A few conscience less men in a fire department doe not make the whole departmen bad any more than one swallow makes a summer It should be the duty of a newspaper to print the truth not to make ambiguous and vague publications that will cast a blight over a whole department There is a marked difference be tween the liberty of the press which the constitution of the State and Natiou guarantees and the license frequently taken by news paper owners and editors News papers have every liberty to prin matters of record concerning public servants and officials but fre quently they take the license to brand with infamy a whole department an entire city or State ad ministration a great national party for the acts of a few Somebody stole pipes and other wares from the Fowler Drug Company stole shoes from the Bostor shoe store and Byck Bros and jewelry from Rodgers Krull Frimen were the only persons per witted to enter the burning build ing at the time it appears that these goods were stolen and as a matter of fact some of the stolen wares have been found in some of the engine houses The Mayor and the Board of Public Safety acted promptly summoned all the fire men who Were most likely to know how and by whom these goods were taken Those who gave a good account of themselves wete exonerated Those who either could not or would not explain were dismissed from the service This ought to end the matter We have no apology to make for men tfho steal but at the same time no good can come of the news papers continually harping on the matter The firemen who refused to throw light on the matter have been dismissed Several of them have families dependent upon them Their wives and children will doubtless feel the disgrace more d than the culprits We are told itut even the just man falls seven tp- a times a day Be charitable then Let these men if they are not fit to be firemen find other employment Undoubtedly they have learned a salutary lesson Many men in high places have been guilty of worse conduct but they had friends high in the councils of daily newspaper owners and the truth was suppressed If there is a man among you without sin let him cast the first stone Remember that the Saviour forgave a Magdalen and bade her go and sin no more that while hanging to the cross on Calvarys mount He forgave a repentant thief Who then are you high and might editors who refuse to spread the mantle of charity over a few poor erring men It grows more apparent everyday that Louisville needs a Boosters Club to counteract the work cof newspaper knockers DESERVED REBUKE The Hibernian which prolaim to be the the official organ of the Ancient Order of Hibernians iin Massachusetts fought against the nomination of Patrick A CollinsI for renomination for Mayor of Boston It abused Mayor Collins because he failed to attend Irish partisan political meetings He iis also accused of giving positions as laborers foremen and deputies to men of Irish blood or descent and is further abused becaiu he falle to give all the heads of departments places to men of Irish birth or lineage It must be remembered that Boston is a cosmopolitan city The Irish portion of the residents have no right to dale or expect the entire city govern ment It happens though tha the editor of the Hibernian has been forcibly rebuked Mayo Collins having been renominatec d by an overwhelming majority His Honor Mayor Grainger and he General Council should see tha he money of the taxpayers be pent for the construction of street and sewers which are so badl needed rather than for the purchase of an armory Building street and sewers beautifies the city and rives work to many deserving men- An armory would be an unnecessary luxury and loafing place for dudes The Catholic University at Washington is the greatest Catholic educational institution in America Jnfortunately it has not hitherto received the support to which it iis- so justly entitled It is to be hoped hat Louisville Catholics will show a generous spirit when the collection for the university is taken up1 one week from tomorrow Gov Beckham will be inaugu ated on Tuesday December 8 Al the people of Kentucky have beer invited to grace Frankfort witl heir presence on that occasion II ist hoped and predicted Gov Beck ham will make as good a record in the coming administration as he has in the past Was that not a queer gathering in London Thursday night when the Duke of Marlborough and several other members of the English nobility were guests of the American Society Stranger still William Jennings Bryan was present and responded to a toast Tomorrow will be the first Sunday of Advent a time of preparation by prayer and fasting for the holy feast of Christmas Remember our popularity con- tett the greatest ever offered t R J SOCIETY li5Miss Julia Sheehan of Bloomfield iIs visiting friends in Louisville Mr and Mrs John McCreary are spending the week in New York Miss Madeline Metcalf and Mrs Virginia Robb Maury are visiting in Bards town Miss Lula Hart has returned home after a pleasant visit to Miss Nora Hart of Bardstown Mrs Minnie Larkin entertained num ber of friends at her borne in Parkland on Wednesday eveblng Miss Bessie McGinn a pretty and talented young lady of Versailles is the guest of Mr and Mrs J W McGinn Robert F Hagan of Bardstowu was the guest of Mr and Mrs John Bivcn of South Louisville last week Howard Gleason of St Louis spent Thanksgiving day in this city with his parents Mr and Mrs Joseph Gleason Mr and Mrs Albert F Sims of this city spent several days visiting their respective parents at New Haven last weekDaniel Doyle and Miss Margaret Welsh popular young people took out their license to wed on the eve of Thanksgiving day Mrs Martha OMara of Marion Ind who was called here by the death of her brother Michael J Garvey returned home on Tuesday Mr and Mrs C P Sullivan and sot of New Albany spent Thanksgiving day at the home of Mr Sullivans parents IIn Conuersville Ind Mrs T J Wickhani of Bloomfield has returned home after spending seve eral days in this city as the guest cof friends and relatives John Kiley and Miss Annie Belle Cain well and favorably known were among the many who were granted licenses tto marry last Wednesday Miss Lizzie Cunningham who has been ill of pneumonia for the week past is now improving Her friends hope tto see her out in the near future Mrs John W Whallen of New Albany has gone to Hamilton Ohio whet she will be the guest of her sister Mrs Edward Birdsong for two weeks Charles McCanu of Springfield Mo reached Jeffersonville last week in tint to attend the funeral of his sitter Miss momma McCaun He has since returned to his home George Smith and Mrs M Adams popular residents of South Louisville were united in matrimony at Holy Nam church on Monday the Rev Fathe OConnor officiating A pretty little girl has brought joy to the home of August Pfau on East Walnut street The mother and child are progressing favorably and tpe happy father is being showered with congrat illations Miss Belle Haddow of this city ape Frederick Lippes of Lafayette township Ind were united in matrimony at St MarysoftheKnobs church on Thanksgiving day the Rev J H Hillebram officiating The little daughter of Mr and Mrs William Chawk is suffering from an ttack of diptberis at the family res deuce 1255 Seventh street Their man riends hope for the speedy recovery of belittle one Dan Hartnett the well known shipping clerk of the Frank A Menne Cand Company is suffering from a severe at tack of the grip and is confined to his home 728 Oldham street His friend wilt rejoice to hear of his speedy reo lovery Miss Lyda McDermott of New Albany 8nd John Miller of Jeffersonville were tarried in St Anthonys church Jefler onville on Wednesday evening Bott re popular young people and their lends Nave extended their hearty congratulations John Reschar and Mrs Kate Gilhooley popular young people of Jeffersonville have surprised their friends by announcing that they were married on October 11 The marriage ceremony was performed by the Rev Father OConnell at the rectory of St Augustines church Joseph M Trice and Katherine M Glenn were married at St Patricks lurch on Wednesday afternoon The Rev Father Cronin performed the ceremony Both are well known in the parish and the news of their union will be tailed with delight by their many friends James J Nash and Miss Mary OMara wen known people of St Patricks parish were married at St Patricks church on Wednesday afternoon the Rev Father Cronin officiating Mr Nash is a well known machinist while his bride is a pretty and charming girl After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Nash held a reception at Pfisters Hall Dr Joseph J Greenwell and Miss Marie Rapier both of New Haven were married in St Catherines church at that place on Wednesday The groom is one of Nelson countys most prominent physicians The bride is the charming daughter of Sylvester Rapier the well known tanker The young couple have many lends all over the State who extend their hearty congratulations Mr and Mrs George Mulligan spent the week in Louisville as the guests of- Mr stud Mrs John A Stratton On Monday morning Mrs W It Ambrose gave an informal euchre party in honor oUifl Mulligan and oa Wednesday Mrs II IIn Ii a a sa- n nr s s 8t S8s FEJ1JLIQY IIIH jTERIP1pI WO LthS FAI BflliliOT tI VOTE FOR r + ADDRESS if +SIGNED + Saturday Nov 28 1903 + sZach Offutt entertained informally iin honor of Mrs Mulligan This afternoon Mrs Ignatius Wathen gives an eightban euchre in Mrs Mulligans honor Daniel OKeefe a sturdy youngster was baptized by the Very Rev Fathe Brady at St Cecelia church last Sunday afternoon Afterwards a reception was held at the home of Mr and Mrs Jerry OKeefe parents of the child at 2113 St Xavier street Mr OKeefe is a trusted employe of the Illinois Central Railroad Company and is receiving many congratulations on the arrival of the new comerJohn Conway and Miss Margaret B Lytie surprised their friends by embark lug on the sea of matrimony last Wednesday evening The ceremony was performed at Holy Cross church the Rev Father Cunningham officiating Mr Conway is connected with the Avery Manufacturing Company and is well and favorably known all over the city The bride is a very popular girl of the West End Both have received many congrat ulatlous on their union John Oesweiu and Miss Annie Kern were united in matrimony at St Martin church on Wednesday afternoon the Rev Father Berresheim officiating The attendants were Messrs Pete Herberge and Alex Nicholl After the weddin ceremony Mr and Mrs Oeswein held a reception at their new home 1222 Shelby street Mr Oeswein is a molder in the employ of the Louisville Stove Work Both are popular in the East End and reo ceived many congratulations on their marriage Ferd L Lutz and Miss Alice A Blake more were united in matrimony at the Cathedral of the Assumption the Rev leather Schubmann officiating at 2 oclock Wednesday afternoon The attendants were Jacob Goby and Eugene Hencbey The ushers were E D Pope end Otto Rothert After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Lutz left for the South on a bridal tour The bride is an accom plashed young lady of Lagrange Mr Lutz is associated with his father in the grain and malt buslness Both young people have many friends who wish then a long and happy married life Fred Hoertz anti Miss Cordelia Land were quietly married at the rectory of Holy Cross church 3214 WestJBroadwayJ on Monday evening the Rev Fathei Cunningham officiating The marriage was quite a surprise to the friends of the contracting parties because though they had been sweethearts for some time a marriage was not expected for several months The bride is the pretty and accomplished daughter of Eldridge Land of the No 14 engine company The groom is a son of Jacob Hoertz the well known contractor and a bricklayer of no mean ability Like his father he doe things quietly but well Mr and Mrs IIoertz have begun housekeeping at Brook and Burnett avenue- ENJOYING THE PRESENT Some people are so constituted that they can only be happy when they are absolutely certain as to the things upon which their wellbeing depends They have got to be sure that their property 1is safe that tbe health of the dear ones isi not threatened and that there are no clouds on the horizon before they can take any comfort and enjoy themselves Naturally enough they find very few occasions where they can rationally indulge this feeling of perfect security and therefore there are very few times whet theyare happy LEARN COOKINO It should be the first duty of ever mother as soon as her girls reach the age of twelve years to leach them to cook It does not matter if they may count on an income of 2500 or 250 each per annum whether they are fine ladies or working girls they should kuow that the woman who can not cook and serve at appetizing meal without wasting good food is a disgrace to her sere It is trw that the rich girl need not go into her kitchen and soil her fingers indoiag what she can pay servants to do None the less she should be able to criticise their efforts ane supervise the household ex penditmes so that a perfect knowledge of the art of cookery is as necessary tc her as it is to the laborers wife who hat to make one quarter do the work of two and yet feed the family wen GOOD HUMOR IN THE FAMILY Good humor is rightly reckoned a most valuable aid to a happy home life An equally good and useful faculty is a sense of good humor or the capacity to have a little fun along with the humdrum cares and worries of life We all know how it brightens up things generally to have a lively witty companion who sees the ridiculous point of things and can turn an annoyance Into an occasion for laughter It does a great deal better to laugh over some domestic mishap than to scold or cry over it Many homes and lives are dull because they are allowed to become too deeply impressed with a sense of the cares and responsibilities life to recog nize its bright and especially its mirth ful side Into such a household good but dull the advent of a witty humorous friend iaI like sunehin ona cloudy day I ANNUAL RETREAT Of the Senior Clergy of the Diocese IIolcl This Week Forty Priests Took Part In Dally Exorcises at St Bouifacos Four Lectures Were Delivered Each Day by a Learned Franciscan A TIME OP SPIRITUAL RECREATI01 The senior clergy of the diocese of Louisville had their annual retreat this week It was held at St Bonifaces Con vent corner of Jackson and Green streets beginning Monday evening and closing last night Forty priests were in attendance at the various exercises which were conducted by the Rev Father Franc Solanus Schaefer O F M pastor of St Louis church at Batesville Ind but formerly of this city The priests who attended the retreat included all the pastors in this diocese who could conveniently be present Those priests who reside in the city repaired to St Boni faces Convent at 9 oclock every morn- Ing and returned to their respective domiciles after the exercises each evening Prayer and meditatiou were the principal exercises practiced during the retreatThe retreat opened with a lecture on Monday evening These lectures wereI given by Father Schaefer four times each day during the four days of the retreat They were on the main dogmas of the Catholic church and the special duties of priests in relation to their congregation and superiors- A retreat is for the clergy what a mis stun is for the laity It is a time of annual retirement for the clergy duribj which by prayer and meditation they renew their fervor in the service of God and his church Tired men and women seek rest recreation and health at spring and seaside resorts each year The priest seek spiritual rest and recreation in their annual retreats It is for them a time crest from their pastoral duties a time of closer union with God The exercise were held in the choir of St Boniface Convent and began each morning at 9 oclock The last lecture was delivered at 8 oclock in the evening Each of the priests celebrated mass every morning before the exercises began either at St Bonifaces or at their respective churches A week ago the priests and brothers of the Franciscan order who are located iIn Louisville had their retreat at St Bon faces It was directed by the Rev Father Maximilian Schaefer O F 11 of Cincinnati Next week beginning Monday evening the junior priests of the diocese will begin their annual retreat which will be directed by Father Francii Solanus Schaefer These retreats are productive of much good and are belt annually iu each diocese usually durinj autumn At their close the priests return to their pastoral charges with renewed vigor and fervo- rRECENT DEATHS Mrs Catherine Drury aged seventy eight years died at the residence of her daughter Mrs J R Leezer 1703 Wes Chestnut street on Monday The funera took place from Sacred Heart church or Thursday morning and the attendance al the solemn obsequies attested the bigl steam in which she was heldrMaurice J Spaninger twentythree years old died at the family residence 843 Shelby street on Sunday morning le was a son of Mrs Mary T and the late Joseph Spaninger and a young man of wide acquaintance His funeral took place from St Vincent de Pauls church at 9 oclock Tuesday morning His bereaved mother has the sympathy of many Mends Margaret Aliene Kearns the attractive ittle daughter of Mr and Mrs James P Kearns died at the home of her parents 3214 Third avenue on Saturday The mains were sent to Chicago Ky for interment on Monday morning The father of the child James P Kearns is a popular engineer in the employ of the ousville Nashville Railroad Com lany A host of friends sympathize with the griefstricken parents in their bereavement COUNTY BOARD The County Board Ancient Order of libernians will meet Monday night The matter of arranging for the celebration of St Patricks day will be taken up and other matters of importance to- eth order will be discuMed A full at eadance fe desired n n IISuits Like Cut +++ It It t I t+ + EXTRAORDINARY SUIT OFFER We will place on sale Sat urday November 28 twenty three Zibeline Suits which were made to retail for 1650 These Suits are first class in every particular being made by a manufacturer who has a reputation for producing only uptodate and perfect fitting garments Owing to lateness- of season we bought them at a price which enables us to offer them at scarcely more than half price As long as they last they go for 1000 QATHOFSEIGHTH AND MARKET It It I I If t If I If TTTTTTII ii 11 I + 11 If Surprise Special Sale No 213 a For One Week Beginning Tomorrow Saturday and Ending Next Friday 1 Mens Belt Back and 1 Long Box OvercoatsX Made up from Allwool Scotch and Irish Friezes and Meltons and extra 3 weight Cheviots Truly a winter wonder 1200 THE BIG STORE 424 Market to St 434 ele8e 9 Fourth and Fifth r MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO S1 6ils ft GO iiTh6having recently incorporated and added new capital to +the business are now prepared to furnish all kinds of r o BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES 1 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION g I PICTURE FRAMING A SPECIALTY FINE PORTRAITS OF POPE LEO XIII jg 434 TOT Jeffexson Street g tt WATHENS l+ Ice Cream and Sherbets + + HAVE THREE STRONG POINTS + i PURITY QUALITY PRICE X + Try them and you will be convinced Cream X g shipped as far as 400 miles gj- Sf + HOME TELEPHONES 2144 AND 3968 jj + 629 EIGHTH STREET 1 t+1 I 01 +11 1 111 Int 1 I 1 1 1 IHIHHInl1I tIHH I Int I 11It I 1 1 1 Hr HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 r cr J PARRPTT- t I t r FUNERAL DIRECTOR F AND EMBALMER I t 838 EAST MAIN STREET the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business ttWith husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT s 44i 3H1tM11IiIfI1IIIHII1 tnlHIHIIntIIntI 1 1 1 1 I I t I 1 Hi1I 1+nnrvwritinIriTn743w wwrrr7v wrrarwwmmDANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN 1m I Dougherty KeenUN- DERTAKERS 11225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth IHOME I13Attended to Day or Night Oar IAll rlages Furnished for All Occasions Dougherty Home Telephone 291- 5im i ilii J The George Wiedemann Brewing Gos OEIjEBHATEIJ DRAUGHT AND BOTTLED BEERS SOLD AT ALL LEADING BARS AND CAFES Renowned For Their Purity Strength and Excellent Flavor GRUBER DEUSER MANAGERSB- OTH PHONES 1013 LOUISVILLE KY 1 n- Q I 6 J NTUOKY IRISH Ar RICAN HDI 1 1IJfHHHJfIHHHftH lFl t jMiilfloonII Monument pOrnDanu I i DESIGNERS AND BUi J R jfn II ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE r I I I flonuments I i IIArllallc Work Only Solicited Wortalopi and StnUos Cum Italyrii- II WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET jf IfIIIIfAI lilg1 lllfiEIliIOihllflilaa i V vV v v- V i LDE3AX i Funeral Director and Embalmer TxoircnxioLnt3 SBOGO Carriages For All Occasions 700 E CHESTNUT ST A I SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma to CHICAGOi t ON THE ef IupnIlH RmY 1 In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR B H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Passenger Agent I C H ROCKWELL Traffic Manager W H McDOEL Preside andGeneral ManagerI STATIONERS I HIP fACoINCORPORATED f TBlank Bon tmr Box Manufacturers 9tNI D S8evretentar h I1 the Hammond Typewriter for Kentucky Typewrite sopnfesRlbboneetcforhehlnesi BOOKSflLERSCor Third ao6 Oroon Sis LOUISfUE KY WILLIAM BORGMANN Distillers Agent and Wholesale and Retail Dealer in WHISKIES WlfiES KQ CIGARS I offer to the consumer some fine old whiskies at the following low prices old Pearl ol Nelson 5350 per gal O Nail 400 gal 9 year10 old A peryear Co Club 250 a gal6 year old Jefferson 8year old Qlenbrook 300 per sal California Port and Sberry Wines 100 per gal 2004 year old per gal Or anything in the WINE or LIQUOR line at correspondinglylow prices Will ship in plain wooden boxes without any additional charge SEVENTH ST LOUISVILLE KY 2141618Home Phone 6264 We guarantee age and purity of all our goods H III t+ OHAMPAGNES FINE WINES AL KOLE345 West Green Street LIQUORSOIGARS FOR BEST OLD MKEMA WHISKY CALL UPON SEVENTH AND OAK STS TEN GENTS PER DRINK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out QO TO HousePioneerBottlingFOR is STRAIGHT WHISKIES BIG JUG AT DOOR j DP i jV2ar 913 WEST BROADWAY Bear Union Statloa CARRAROS C FEr ITALIAN SPAGHETTI tIcJPJi9 1IJ M ErCitMt Third alj Grill Sis r 0a 7uTAGrnJLEYS Monday Tuesday and Wednesday Even ings and Wednesday Matinee t ELIZABETH KENNEDY InliAs You Like It Thursday Friday and Saturday Even ings and Saturday Matinee THE PROFESSORS LOVE STORY BUCKINGHAM WEES COMMENCING SUNDAY NOV 29 J Jf f Uitlntti Sunday Monday Wednesday Saturday t THE CRITERION VANITY FAIR Extravaganza Company GREAT COMEDIANS GREAT SPECIALTIES Two sparkling burlesques introducing i t Mlle Ani the aerial novelty Beautiful scenery and beautiful wardrobe Now Is the Time to Order YourI FALL SUIT I All the newest patterns to select from Suits made to order in all the latest styles Also repairing neatly and promptly done JOSEPH T KILMERt MERCHANT TAILOR 1741 W MARKET STREET Illinois CentralRailroaoi 3660Louisville to California DAILY TO NOV 30 1903I Proportionately Low RatH to Other FolnU Through personally condncted Excur sion Sleepers to CALIFORNIA ARIZONA NEW MEXICO and TEXAS Cheap one way Colonist and Home seekers Excursion tickets on sale and third Tuesdays each month to points South and West Tickets and tion Fourth and Market Streets F W Harlow Div Pass Agent W J McBride City PM and Ticket Agent I 0 mm SPEAKING OF JOB PRINTING I IiDanceWedding Invitations Note and ITIcketsMOJME5 XMOI J3 O3 O entudy Irish American 36 w7tiST QILlIxl T STREET 3 IfrYf 1rri fri i f YfriK l Ai A i f1 iKl A i 10 G 7G HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Twentynine new members received the egrees at Milwaukee at the last meeting Division 12 of Providence celebrated CJailCounty President Daniel Finn of Man hester N H has set about the work of rganizing a division at Lincoln N H November was an off month with five 682 reeks to its credit As a consequence one of the local divisions will meetJext weeksatMembers of the order in Holy Rosary = arish Minneapolis gave a reception and ntertainment Friday and donated the Cproceeds to the church decoration fund The degree team from Division 6 Pawtucket conferred the four degrees on eight candidates for Division 9 of Providence last week Eight applications were reo dived at the same time Division 4 and its S1isedolidays If the boys from Limerick set their minds to do anything they will do it- or know the reason why = PiaboutPi Rhode Island and Division 1 of Paw ticket has been reinstated It seems tbat a misunderstanding was solely reo ponsible for the tempest Local Hibernians have great hopes of poking a showing with the proposed organization of Hibernian Knights There are enough young IrishAmericans in Louisville from which a military company of at least 100 members can be rawnDivision 1 of Norwich Conn celebrated its thirtysecond anniversary last week Over 250 members of the order were in attendance Thedegrees were conferred upon a number of candidatesI The evening was brought to a close with music and a banquet Bishop Colton in his recent address tot representatives of the order called alien tlon to the long line of Irish saints an specially to St Patrick He advised1 the Hibernians when celebrating St atricks day to attend mass first and to have their processions and social enter linments afterwards Division 2 held a well attended meeting last week Although its members make less fuss than those of some of the ther divisions No 2 can always be counted upon when there is work to be done John Keaney Owen Keiran and Con Ford are wheelhorses when it com- o working for a Hibernian cause The Onondaga County Board met at ikaneateles last week and decided to give a course of lectures duringthe winter months At the meeting arrangements were perfected for the celebration of the execution of the Manchester martyrs which was held in Syracuse on Wednesday A committee was also a i pointed to make suitable arrangements for the celebration of Robert Emmets birthday on March 4 next Everywhere throughout the United States members of the order die prepa- ng to celebrate St Patricks day Of nurse Louisville is in the procession and when the County Board meets Monday light it will take steps toward the local elebration It is unnecessary to advise ithe board members to arrange a credit able form of entertainment With men like State President Keenan and County resident Sullivan on guard only the bean be expected IALUttNAE MEETINO The annual meeting of the alumnae of the Presentation Academy was held on hursday of last week After a htbut ful banquet held in the diningroom the ladies had an intellectual feast in wayof after dinner speeches Miss llanche Clerget was toastmistress and mong those who responded to toasts rere Misses Nena Smith Lena Stroh icier Wilhelmina Waller and Agnes IcDonogh All of the addresses reothe lected credit on the young ladies them elves and showed effectively the worth of the Presentation Academy as an advanced school for girls SAVED FROM FLAMES The residence of Mrs Rosa McBarron n at Ninth and Market streets in New bany bad a narrow escape from destruction by fire last Saturday morning Painters at work on the house acciden- illy set fire to it The prompt and efficient work of the fire department was stonly thing that saved the house As itt was the damage will not exceed 100 aKeep the back especially the shoulder lades well covered also the chat well rotecUd J rJ + a j JOHN M MULLOY DEALER IN SpicesAndPond Lily and Home Baking Powder 214 iN1XARI1ET ST Telephone Main 1189 B THOMPSON FLot IS1ROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS Fourth Avenue 261 W Jefferson St Both Telephones 1050 orders receive prompt attention and guaranteed JSCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE Hams Bacon Pork Lard Sausages Etc 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and Green Streets TELEPHONE 2241 PflfR M ANDRWI 8 SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERS I Carriage Repairing aiti Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST- d HINTS ON STYLE Combinations of the water blues and greens are also happy but it is useless to attempt description of the colorings There are innumerable new silks One called the Sappho having about the quality of soft taffeta but a satiny finish and coming only in plain colors is a decided favorites Fur trimmed silk frocks are more of an innovation than fur trimmed velvet frocks and straightaway carry ones thoughts back to the day of the 1830 silk gowns and fur tippets Never were fur imitations so clever as they are this season A large number of them make no pretence of being the real thing and are merely rich handsome- p materials making their stand upon their own beauty The new velvets are lovely beyond de scription and if any one doubts the truth of the statement that the liking for vel herrgo to the velvet counter in some popular shop and attempt to look at the velvets Among heavier silks a rich amuri weave makes strong claim for favor A rich gros grain almost as pliable as fine cloth is used for whole costumes and is particularly satisfactory in separate blouJes New bengalines with heavy stcord are to the fore Velvet and fur seem made for comradeship There always has been a subtle harmony between the two and since this is preeminently a velvet season one might expect fur to be much in evidence fur trimming is by no means confined to the realm of velvets the1he great feature of the seasons velvets is of course their lightness in weight and their remarkable suppleness They havent the richness of the finest velvet of our grandmothers day but they more than make up for that lack by beauty of their coloring and possibilities in the direction of draping Silk of all kinds is being worked imti winter frocks and is coveted for visiting costumes as much as for house wear In fact the fur trimmed silk gown is first and foremost for visiting wear for res taurant luncheons for teas for tions for matinees It Is a quaint AIand must be well handled to be actuallyy successful HOI1RSt PRAYER theThat devout practice called the forty hours prayer will begin at the Church the Immaculate Conception at Eighth and Grayson streets at the late mass on Sunday December 0 Thealtar will be tastefully decorated and brilliantly Mum nated during the three days of devotion u n IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Ellen OConnell widow of Patrick OConnell died recently at Marybrook KanturkPatrick Behan a prominent citizen of = Queenstown died at his home recently His death is generally regretted Resolutions continue to be passed in all parts of the country calling on the lIon William OBrien to reconsider his resig nation from Parliament The body of Patrick Buckley was found floating in the River Lee near the Marina gate A verdict of accidental drowning has been returned by the Coro nerIn a letter written to Augustine Roche President of the Cork branch of the United Irish League of date November 9 the Hon William OBrien reiterates his determination to resign from Parliament = At Belfast a young man who was study ing for the Protestant ministry shot and killed his father and mother while they slept The name of the family was Laughlin The young man was temporarily insane Eugene Heffernan thirtyseven years old has been held to answer on the charge of murder He is accused of having killed his mother Mrs Bridget Heffernan at her home in Ballinacura on = the night of October 31 A monument has been erected in the little wayside graveyard at Caherlag to the memory of John Moyniban of Glan mire a fifteenyearold boy who drowned last July while trying to wasiithe life ofa little companion It is the shape of a Celtic cross and is ioned out of Carrara marble Cornelius McGillicuddy Jr and Miss Mary Fleming prominent young people of Killarney were married at St Marys Cathedral Killarney on November 3 The Rev Father McMinihan of May nooth performed the ceremony and v y assisted by Father Hays of Killaruey Nuptial mass followed the ceremony Notwithstanding that the laud actcam into operation on the 1st inst and th atc conciliation is in the air several evi tions have taken place and some are stilllil pending On Saturday Pat Hanley an Sarah Clarke were evicted from the i holdings at Ballynabeg in the electoral division of Shraheens at the suit of their landlord Jonathan Rashleigh The action of the landlord who is nonresident has caused intense indignation in the district Notice of eviction has also been served on Bridget Hannan John Devany and Owen Devany of Stonehall Shra heens at the suit of the same gentleman Most Rev Dr ODea recently paid his first formal visit since his apppointmeut to the See of Clonfert to St Josephs College Ballinasloe an institution recently founded which fills the double function of an ecclesiastical seminary and a lay secondary school not only for the diocese but for many places outside it Up to about thirty years ago the new I College of St Joseph had been carried on institution underas an educational Protestant auspices Work was then given up and the buildings remained unused until about six years since when they were purchased by Dr Healy then Bishopof Cloufert and now Archbishop of Tuam who proceeded at once establish a Catholic college in the plac As they stood the buildings could accommodate about forty resident students and there are that number on the roll at the present time Extensive additions i at a cost of j 3000 are in progress new wings are to be added and when these additions are completed the accommod- lions i for intern students will be veryJJ largely increased Already a splendid science school has been built and fully furnished at a cost of close on lIooO The staff has also been largely mented and the services of professors of the highest distinction and of great edu rational experience have been secured FATHER BUCKMAN eirThe Rev Rather Buckman pastorofy St Catherines church New Haven K is confined to his room from an attack of erysipelas His speedy recovery hoped for COLLECTION ORDERED alrOur Right Rev Bishop William Georg McCloskey has issued a pastoral Iett orderinga collection for the Cathol University at Washington to be taken up in all the churches of the diocese on t second Sunday in Advent The Bish i commands that this collection be tak ofup at all the masses and at vespers andi that no other collection for whatever purpose be taken up in any churchI of the diocese on that Sunday The people1 are urged to be generous in their dona tions 1 +tIt tt tt tt H tt + tt HICKEYSAMPLE ROOM Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool M J HICKEY Proprietor Homo Telephone 384 218 W Jo easoxx St t FRflNK FENR BREWING 60 INCORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE K- YDRINK Hofbrau Pilsen r Beer BREWED BY SENN Sc ACKERMANTT BRE2VING co ANYINCORPORATED TELEPHONE 4B2 LOUXSVXLLg KY JOHN IDFl2APTKWALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone aopa LOUISVILLE KY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE i Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged XgxgPHONg 1r3Ba- y Louisville Branch Fourteenth and Jefferson Sts JOHN F OERTEL iBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 1400140 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY Fall Styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas SMOKE and ENJOY LuUNLi 9 KtNNtUi o I toGIGAJS 1 They Are The Best Brands Made Monarch Gen DeWct IrishAmericanI FLORA DE CASTILLO laFinest10 Cent Cigar Made taOZ W JMCdlsa Street HERRMANN BROS IIMPOR1 RS PING WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND IsTelephone 1948 234 Sixth Street WINES LIQUORS CIGARS IcVALS SALOON VAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch every morning from 030 to 1230 oclock 442 VV WRF 73 N STI D j LOW RATES FROM LOUISVILLE VIA Soutfyen I ailuay TO NOVEMBER 30 California Points 3000 Portland OrctTacoina Wash and Seattle Wash 3800 Spokane Wash 3500j Ogden 1Utah Helena and Butte Mont 31ooj Billings Mont 2900 One way tickets will be on sale until Nov 30 at the above rates via the South ern Railway end correspondingly low rates will be made to other points in the West and Northwest Cheap one way settlers tickets and round trip horaeseekers tickets will also be on sale Nov 3 and 17 Oklahoma Indian Territory Texas and to many other points in the West also points in SoutheastFor folders and complete infor mation call on any agent of the Southern Railway or address A WHEEDON T and P A Louisville C C STEWART T P A Lexington C H HUNGER FORD Dist Pass Agent 23i Fourth Avenue Louisville G B ALLEN Asst Gen Pass Agt St Louis BIG FOUR ROUTET- O IndianapolisPeoria CHICAGOAND INDIANA and I MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICB No 269 Fourth Ave S j GATE SGeneral Agent Louisville Ky WARREN J LYNCH G PAWM P DEPPS A G P A CINCINNATI 0 iil JS I1NTUOKY IRISH AMERIO r J 4Q ji INoticeWe Thisf f I Offering Special Bargains in Ladies and Childrens i High Class t Suits Jackets and Furs i I =SEE Ii Our I IISpecial 1000 I All Colors I All Material i I Well Worth Ladies SuIts 1500 nnnn LORCH LEVI CO 318 FOURTH AVENUE 1It off HERES NEWS How to make money go farthesthow to get the utmost value for every dollaris not a puzzle when you invest it in a i HIGH GRADE PIANO You will find the buying easy if you come to us for we are the leading dealers in HIGH GRADE PIANOS Why not select the Piano for the Holiday Gift n- owMontenegroRiehmr Music Co 628030 13OYTJ TI3 AVENUE i FOR GOODNESS SAKE EAT CHEAPER 1Y1UTliFRTHANS FLOUR youd put in the loaf youd bake at home would cost more than a loaf of MOTH B R E A DERSsome your BREAD Leave nic- eCHINA grocer a Quit BLUE standing and baking LABELS save order and the FREE GOOD EVERY WAY GOOD EVERY DAY r SfSr is THS cne fCBT 4 koo77reepenqJNPenmanship tShor7lia t 4hCfyIfurlfin 9NRlfraglty jStndlbr btalyuc Ar j uutfiviuffjiy Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist in his line We are now ill our new home N E Cor Second and Walnut streets The finest and best arranged school building in the South Visitors always welcome School open all year Students can enter at any timeEJ WRIGHT President lAAJA-i tHH 4HffT T T TT CUSCADENSi I- tons Have Four telephones ten horses and wag twenty five push wagons selling our Brick Ice Cream and fifty p employed This is evidence that opleII OUR ICE CREAMS ARE GOOD ANDl t + I I HHHHHHf + + + I I + t + s GEHER SON217 Market Street Near Second North Side New Store Just Opposite Old Stand Stoves i RangesHOUSE FURNISHING GOODS AND KITCHEN SUPPLIES OUR SPECIALTY Stoves and Ranges made In Louisville i Kentucky Stove arid Tinware Co Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Stoves Ranges Mantels Stove Fittings Tinware Granite Ware MOTTS FURNACES AND KETTLES FRANK McDONOOH Manager 705 W Main Street HENRY CLAUER7rlt LBPHONB ilaso Fine Wines and Liquors Livery Boarding Stable D- 407 EJEFFERSON ST 42i and 430 f1 ranch House S05 West Markt EAST JEFFERSON STREET J a U A STEADILY Ar 11111 VotiH Rolling In Po Popularity Contest OuiulltiuttH Michael1 RrlclnrtM FrltMidH An Working to Laud kiln in First Place Lieut FltzfflbbiiiiH and rratsl McDonotfh Am Still lIutllug MISS FOLEY LEADS THE LADIES Interest in the Kentucky Irish Americans Worlds Pair popularity contest iif not abating despite the approach of tin Christmas holidays The friends of tbe various candidates continue to hustle and as yet it is anybodys race The liberality of the offer made by the Ken tucky Irish American is realized and ninny are anxious to make the trip to St Louis next year Dan McKenna continues to lead in the married mena race with John H lien nessey a close second The friends ol Michael Reichert are working quietly and steadily in his interest and he is expected to forge well to the front before many days Lieut Tom Fitzgibbons still holds first place in the race for single men and while be holds a good lead Frank Mc Donogh is steadily increasing his hold ou second place Miss Mary Foley County President ol the Ladies Auxiliary A O H has come to the front in the race for single ladies However all the other lady can didates have friends who are hustling foi them and before the contest closes the ladies may have an exciting finish If you do not care to enter the contest yourself work for some of your friends The offer is open to all The Kentucky Irish American promises to send the most popular married couple the most popular single lady and the most popular single gentleman to the St Louis Worlds Fair next year with railroad transportation to and from St Louis and a week at the Lindell Hotel one of the leading hostelries of the Mound City Tbe only test of popularity is the number of vote received through the Kentucky Irish American Ballots are printed in the paper each week Cut them out andsend them in to the credit of yourself 01 friends Moreover you are entitled to fifty votes for each 1 paid in besides getting the paper for a year Subscribers who are in arrears are likewise entitled to fifty votes for each dollar paid in The count of the ballots last Thursday night showed the vote as follows MARRIED COUMB Dan ucKenaaandwife 1526 John II Hennessey and wife 1450 John J Sullivan and wife 300 Joseph P McGinn and wife 200 Thomas Dolan and wife 150 Michael Reichert and wife 150 Thomas D Claire and wife 100 John Meagher and wife 100 Pat F McCarthy and wife 50 Harry Brady and wife 50 SINGUJ LADY Mary Foley 300 Katie Henley 150 Alice Walsh 160 Margaret Norton 100 Mamie Reilly 100 Catherine Couadeauc log Julia Kelly 60 Mary Cavanaugh 50 SINGLE GBNTIBMAN Lieut Tom Fitzgibbons 3250 Frank McDonogh1671Jo- bn Cavanaugh 300 Torn Camfield 200 Charles Raidy 300 James Hand 150 Dave Burke 150 Ed Toomey 150 Louis Dugan 100 Tom Furlong 100 Ed Dalton 50 John Crotty 60 Will McNally 60 George Percy Wells 15 BUCKINGHAM The Criterion Vanity Fair Extravaganza Company will be the attraction at the Buckingham Theater next week The company will present two burlesques the Hotel Waldorf Castoria and Reillys Reception Besides the burlesques a splendid all star vaudeville silo is promised including Mlle Aai the aerial novelty The usual matinees will be given MASONIC THEATER The Awakening of Mr PIpp amusi cal farce will be the attraction at the new Masonic Theater next week Last year it was presented In this city as a vaudeville sketch by Charles Grapewin and Anna Chance The text has been very nuch elaborated since it was last pre vented in Louisville and everywhere it has been presented the show has made a iton account of its clean bright lines tad catchy music MACAULEYS Miss Elizabeth Kennedy will appear as Rosalind in As You Like It at Macauleys Theater during the first half of next week She is the latest aspirant for honors In Shakespearean roles Miss Kennedy has been enthusiastically re ceived in the SonthtThe Professors Love Story one of J M Barries Interesting dramas will hold the boards during the last half of the week Harry fkrcsford will assume the leading role When hoarse speak as little as possible inttl the hoarseness 1U recovered from etoe the YOke may be permanently lost or ifficultke of tile throat produced a 1 IRISH SOCIETYDIRECTORA S R DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month TynanViceDoughertyRecording Financial Secretarypeter J Cusicl 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomas F Walsh DIVISION 2 Meets on the of EveningEach PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentJohn J Sullivan Recording SecretaryEdward J Ke ran Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaue 1333 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month QuinnViceCooneyRecording Financial SecretaryWilliam Burns 807 Twentytbirdstreet TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmspat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month President John Hennessy LynchRecording Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnut ReillyTreasurerJohn DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County PresidentJohn Kenney President Frank Hogan LynchSecretaryJohn TreasurerMike Kenney Financiall SecretaryThomas OHern Y ovr i MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 630 Twentysixth Street MurphyFirstW Born traegerSecond Vice PresientHugh Higgin Recording SecretaryGeo F Simonis Corresponding Secretary Frank G AdamsFinancial SecretaryDan Weber 2541 St Cecilia stree- tTreasurerJoseph Stcltenpohl MarshalWilliam Shaughnessy Inside SentinelRobert Osborne Outside SentinelPat Connolly SUMMONED HOME James Mann an Aged and Respected Citizen Passed Away Wednesday James Maun ati old and highly respected citizen of Louisville died at the home of his son E J Mann 018 Clay street on Wednesday evening Tin funeral will take place from St Johns church at 0 oclock this morning James Mann was born in Kings county Ireland eigbtytwo years ago and before leaving his native land had at enviable reputation as a millwright When he was twentysix years old he emigrated to the United States and for awhile lived in Troy N Y After several years of work and travel he decided in 1855 to make his home In Louisville After settling here he followed the car penters trade for nearly half a century Mr Mann was one of those quiet steady men who did his work well and yet was never in evidence when praise was being bestowed His beloved wife died twc and one half years ago He is survived bj seven children They are Barney Mann of Louisville John Mann of Chicago Mrs Mike McKenzie of this city Sister Mary Debritto of the Lorettine order EI J Mann of the City Tax Receivers office Joseph Manu of New York and James Mann of Alexandria Ind Probably the best known one of the children it E J Mann at whose home he died The deceased is also survived by a sister Mrs Eliza Bax of this city and a brother Barney Mann of Arlington Vt James Mann was a pioneer member ol St Johns congregation and one of the first members of St Johns conference of the St Vincent de Paull Society At his death he was one of the oldest if not the very oldest member of tbe society in Louisville GROWS WORSE ather Edwin J Hart Unable- to Leave His Sick Room The Rev Father Edwin J Hart formerly pastor of St Francis of Assisii ihurch at Chicago Ky is seriously ill at the home of his brother Thomas A Hart Jersey City N J Father Hart has suffered from cancer of the intestines for several months and was compelled to Live up his pastoral duties It was thought that he might gain relief in tome of the sanitariums of the East but his condition has grown gradually worse Father Hart although stationed outside of Louisville had a host of friends in this city who will be sorry to hear of his serious illness He was a kind and loving pastor and was held in high esteem by tbe people of his congregation at Chicago UNDERWENT OPERATION Edward Manly the well known barber underwent an operation for appendicitis at St Josephs Infirmary on Wednesday It will btgratifyipg to his many friends to know that at 1last accounts he was gating easy SUCCESSFUL The Catholic Womans Club conducted a successful euchre yesterday from 3 to 5 oclock in the afternoon and from 6 to 10 oclock at night ThU will be the lut- fthef sIe of mtefraf until after- dveut INCIDENTS In the Journpylngs of DIhop England Through South emu States FlrstTwo Bishops of the South Wcm Born rind in IrelandRnilluciII WIII Music line Gharnis to Where Money Failed to Conquer AN IMPROMPTU SERMON DELIVERED The first two Bishops appointed for the South that is when Kentucky is not included in the South were Irishmen Irish priests Irish scholars They wer the Right Rev John England Bishop of Charleston S C and Right Rev Patrick Kelly first Bishop of Richmond Va Bishop England was appointed in June 1820 but while his appointment ante dated that of Bishop Kelly the latte was consecrated on August 24 in the Count Kilkenny while the former was consecrated in the Church of St Finbarr in the city of Cork on September 21 1820 Bishop England arrived in Charleston and took possession of his Episcopa See on December 30 of the same year He had been on the ocean since Octobe 11 His diocese included not only South Carolina but Georgia During Lent of the following year he wrote and pub- lIshed a catechism doubtless the first catechism adapted to the Catholics of America The total number of Catholic In Charleston on Easter Sunday 1821 was 250 Bishop England had many strange and startling adventures during his journey Ings at a time when the roads were little better than wagon or cattle tracks Tin population was thinly scattered and accommodation even of the rudest kind was not always to be bad According to his own diary the shelter of the forest was frequently the only shelter for the traveler In cities and towns he was sure of a welcome while in the rural districts prejudice kept many aloof from the Popish bishop One evening Bishop England relates when he was accompanied by one of his Few priests Frther ONeill an Irishman by the way he drew up at the house of a Farmer a house moderate in its dimensions whose master was one of those win hated a Catholic Negotiations were entered into for a diner which tbe farme was willing to serve under exorbitan conditions but he added there were to be no further accommodations- You can not stop the night no how said the disagreeable owner of the house Bishop England and Father ONeill pair the price demanded and ate their dinners latter that Bishop England sat on the porch and read his breviary while Father ONeill sauntered toward thi carriage they had been making thei journey in and taking out his flute began to play lIe sat on a log and commenced with his favorite air The Last Rose of Summer From one exquisite Irish melody to another the playe wandered while the negro boy who was Feeding the horses grinned with delight As the sweet notes stole on the soft nigh air of tbe South and reached the inhospitable mansion and its owner a head was thrust forth and the projecting ears thereof appeared eagerly to drink in the food of melody Another lovely air one of those which bring involuntary tears to the eyes and ill the heart with balm Believe me iif ill those endearing young charms was played with lingering sweetness when sa voice husky with emotion was heard tc say Strangers dont gol Stay all tight Do Dont go Well fix you somehow It was the voice of the charmed host And his visitois stayed That night they lad the snuggest seats at the hearth and Father ONeill played for the family till a late hour Next morning the waste of the house declined to accept a cent ic compensation No no Bishop No nol he said iNo Mr ONeill not one cent Youre heartily welcome to it Come as often as you please and stay as long as you like Well always be glad to see you but Mr ONeill be sure and oat forget your flute when you come On another occasion while journeying to one of his distant missions Bishop England stopped on tbe wayside to feed his horses He found himself in the midst of a large convoy of cottonwagons yawn by horses and mules and attended by white men and negro slaves Having fed his horses Bishop England was about to resume his Journey when a grave lderly man who appeared to be in barge of the cotton convoy stepped forward and said Stranger ate you Bishop England On being answered In the affirmative he said Mr Bishop weve leerd tell of you much The folks say oure the most aU fired powerful reacher in this country Would you mind giving us a bit of a sermon right here Itll obleege me and my friends mucbdo Mr Bishop The appeal was so irresistible that the ealous missionary Bishop yielded assent lIe took his stand on the stump ofa tree and began to expound the truths of the Catholic religion and explained to his bearers their duty toward God and their fellowmen JIe had spoken about twenty mutes when the leader of the cotton envoy stepped forwaed and said That will do Mr Bishop Were inch obleeged to you and it is just as folks say you are an allfired preacher ind amid a cheer from all Bishop England resumed his journey After exercise of any kind never ride in an open carriage nor by the open win- dew of a train for a moment Itiiii danI eroas to htaltk sad eves life m me Houscfurnishers in the World un 631633635637639 West MarKet St Louisville Ky I IHow About It K Christmas willi soon be here m You will want some tm friendstt BUYful presents for your Now is the time to make your J ftl ftlao rtselectionspaythem each week Well set It formtj frJ by December 25 you will In yj have them all paid for with out missing the money Our lines of Holiday Goods are the jt PAYII largest and by far the hand somest we have ever and they are just as shownII t t Jar they are beautiful I mt Any Kind of Credit Terms to Suit You r rv I- Js ON COALIt is hardly necessary to suggest that you prepare to fill your coal house Our Coall is clean burns free from clinkers and hold fire over night- Pittsburgh Vr 4th Pool Lump125 Bushels 325 Pittsburgh 4th Pool Lump 100 Bushels 1300 PACIFIC COAL CO Phones 1821 2686 CHAS L CRUSH Mgr 452 W MerSBIJ SI HIHHHHMHHI 1 I IHIHHMHHIH+H+H 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 for boy or girl man or woman you will experience no difficulty in making a satisfactory selection here Our stock is one of the 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 JBRUNNHJEWELER 530 WEST MARKET ST LOUISVILLE KY I fI+HHHHtI1IH4+I + I+HHH 1 H 1 1 I 13+IIiItt t ItI BNOS and SPENCER Expert Accountant President Educates Young PeopleF- orBusiness Good Employment and Succcsa sI CALL on wnrre FOR run INFORMATION URlon Rational Bat TREBT5 BuildingMAINLQUISYIIIEKY Business College It Htm JAMES SOWDERS 159 West Jefferson Street Fishand Oysters J3OTH PHONES 2S8OS + H ++1 H +MM H+ H M H tH H + 1 1 1 H H 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 1 1 1 + NOTIOETHE HOPE WORSTED MILLS the new mills on Kentucky street between Logan and Swan will be completed about Dec 1 1903 These mills will give employment to 100 additional girls over fourteen years of age Hours of worlt7 a mto 545 p m Saturdays 7 a m to 415 p m NEW MILLS GOOD WAGES LIGHT WELL VENTILATED Apply Now to Present mils Logan and Mason Streets I It It It It t It+ fHHHHI f+ It +t It Gran W Smiths SonA- L SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and EmbalmerCar- riages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 700 WEST WALNUT STREET TELEPHONE 810 t I t t t t t t ++ OLD AND RARE WHISKIES A SPECIALTY BLUE GRASS EXCHANGEcLouis Wabnitz Co Proprietors STOU1tkte IJ = a rJ c