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F c KENTUCKY hH AMERICAN r i VOLUME XTIINO 13 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24 1904 PRICE FIVE CENTS DANGEROUS Divisionl in Ranks of tho Catho 110 Knights Caused by Last Rotating r Q The kentuckY Branches Voting Upon Resolutions Adopted by stato Council AppealjI Urging the Members to Keep the Order Out of the Courts FAVORS REDUCTION FOR OLD MEN A feeling of anxiety now pervades the ranks of the Catholic Knights of America as to what will result from the enforce ment of the increased rates recently adopted by the Supreme Council in special convention at St Louis That there is much dissatisfaction over the action of that body is apparent and this was accentuated by the resolution adopted by the Kentucky State Council which proposes taking the entire matter into the courts While the Kentucky Irish American has always stood for the Catholic Knights of America it would not undertake to dictate to the members what they should do In this important matter preferring to leave the question entirely to those most vitally Interested Some of the branches have already voted and declared for injunction proceedings while others have the question yet before them This week a number of men prominent in the order issued the following appeal to their fellow members which states the position in full of those u who wish to avoid court proceedings Members of the Catholic Knights of America throughout the country will be pained to learn of the efforts of the Kentucky State Council to throw the business of our noble order into the courts of this Commonwealth If the plans of those who do not seem to realize the danger of such action several of whom have been honored in the past with the highest gifts within the order are carried out an injunction shall be asked for against the promulgation of the new assessment rates which are destined to place the Catholic Knights of America on a secure financial basis and thereby protect the benefit certificates of all old members of whom Kentucky numbers many hun dreds Would good old Bishop Feehan have ever believed that Kentucky so near to the cradle of our order should after many years of laudable activity in the ranks make the first organized at tempt to disrupt our membership in this great State But this now threftens to be a factIn a one day session of the Kentucky State Council when but few hours could possibly be given to the discussion of a question that is now of paramount im portance a lawyer delegate introduced a resolution instructing the State officers to proceed legally against the Supreme officers to prevent them from putting the new rate into operation When Brother Joseph Berning was by motion of one of the undersigned delegates requested to address the convention upon the rate question several objections were made upon the ground that he was an out sider and could tell them nothing new It looked as though some delegates were determined to deny the brother from Ohio even ordinary Kentucky courtesy thereby taking from those delegates who were ready to listen to some truths about the whys and wherefores of renting even the opportunity of knowing both sides of the controversy Several delegates appealing to the convention made it possible that Brother Berning could finally have a hearing In well chosen words he called attend lion to the fact that false prophets were in evidence who were by appeal to passion strewing sand into the eyes of the delegates that those speaking for the resolution were not friends of the order as the numerical decrease of their branch membership in the last years would easily prove that if these then desired an injunction why not get it out on their account they being lawyers instead of loading the Kentucky member ship with the enormous coat that if the members voted in favor of an injunction they would not only have to pay the cost thereof but also help pay the bill for defending the order as the Supreme officers would be in duty bound to engage the beat legal talent at probably greatcoat Brother Berning also called atten tion to the fact that many members might thereby be scared out of the order by which the dependents would be the suf ferers as owing to the high age of many of them they could not be reinstated Thus they would lose all they had paid into the widows and orphans fund for which those who made tile adoption ofthe resot iMtiox pweible would be morally ponM ble It was then that a resolution was iiairodnced which1 require that three fewtlis of the branches In Kentucky stall vote their approval thereof suek iajnaeUon salt shall be Mod Kentucky which held its Stole con ventioasoon after the extra MSWOB a beforrtaeew rates and ibe easy pay went options for the old members could be even understood by the members at large lstKe only State that hM threat sued to tkrow wr order into Courtad finallyisTariosirora kancls The tetter wU be tW kytoiil ONteeMe aod what C- Ia i1 do would then your benefit certificate be worth Think it over and reflect broth ers what will be the natural conse quence of rash action on your part You surely do not desire such a condition of affairs for your dependents sake The great State of Missouri at its State Council on the 12th instant practically indorsed the actions of the extra session Archbishop Glennon of Si Louis our Supreme Spiritual Director has told us on several occasions and as late as the 13th instant at Festival Hall in St Louts that he is pleased with our new rates and that we can henceforth do an honest business by paying eventually every dollar prom ised to our widows and orphans Big Branch GO with over 300 full rate members led by the intrepid exSupreme President William J ONeil the father of our present sinking fund has at a special meeting declared in favor of the new rates Practically every member or branch that has given the subject deserving attention among them Branch 0 the banner branch of Kentucky and Branch 32 one of the most flourishing in the State have declared the new rates an absolute neces sity for our salvation We and many others in Kentucky with us sincerely hope that the branches in our State will not stultify themselves by voting in favor of an injunction and the placing of our order under a courts jurisdiction Rather let our Supreme Delegates endeavor to have the rates reduced for the old members at the Supreme Council next May by which time we can judge better as to their prac tical operation Do not bite off your nose to spite your face Fraternally yours B SPEAKER Delegate Branch 32 CHARLES PAL IC Delegate Branch 0 HBNRV JANSEN Delegate Branch 6 T P DiONAN Delegate Branch 24 E G HIM Delegate Branch 45 JOSEPH HOBBOCH Delegate Branch 36 e A HIM Fin Secy Delegate Branch 45 And many others The largest meeting that Branch 25 has held this year took place Monday occupyingthewere read and filed but the one from the State Secretary asking St Johns branch for an expression on the rerating question brought on an animated discussion After remarks by Very Rev Father Bax and essraFordCooney Minton Martin Mann and others all opposing the rerating adopted by the Supreme Council the resolution submitted from the State Council was adopted by unani mous vote Albert F Martin was elected Recording Secretary and after instruct ing the Secretary to write Messrs McGinn and Reichert informing them of the action taken the meeting adjournedPresident Power and Secretary Weitzel of Branch 83 of Frankfort sent the following with the request that it be pub lished In the Kentucky Irish American At a meeting of this branch a resolu lion waR adopted opposing the resolution adopted at the State Council held in Newport on September 6that the State President institute proceedings to enjoin and restrain the Supreme officers from enforcing or putting into operation the system of rerating assessments as adopted in special session in August 1904 Also if the majority of branches favor the resolution this branch will not contribute any money tqward defrayingI expenses or cost of suit or Branch 4 the oldest in the city held a large meeting at St Frances Hall on Monday night The discussion of the new rates was calm and conservative but all the speakers were opposed to the action of the Supreme Council In this branch will be found some of the found ers of the C K of A men who have been prominent in State and national councils whose sole purpose is to protect those who are now dependent on this one order BISBOPHOBAN Warns Catholic Trades Union ists and Gives Good Advice Preaching in St Peters Cathedral re cently the Right Rev Michael J Hoban Bishop of Scranton saidcoIf fc an in disputable fact that the Socialists are seeking to gain the ascendency in many of the labor organizations of this country The ordinary Socialist is a free thinker and a free liver and an enemy of the Catholic church I call upon the Catholic young men who are members of labor unions to refuse to let any Infidel or any schemers posing as Socialists lead them away from the church and the religion In which they were Instructed I also call upon the Catholic young men In the labor unions to seetbat every days labor they give their employers is an honest one That is the first prerequisite if they would hope to better their condition The Catholic young man need not be fearful either that an honest man can not succeed inpolitics eteaHOME FROM PAIR ndAtesarw John Keauey and Daniel Tive nan are home from an extended visit to t3t Louis and the Worlds Fair Col Keaney spent much of his tints in the Irish village and deeUires it the best attraction at the MT Tbej broagut bow BHmaroaa sonveain foul tke Irish ijKiablt far theirLoa Mlk frUwk a 0- a 1 GREAT COlVENTION Kentucky Hibernians Meet in Biennial Session at CovingtonNever Before Was the Organization in Such Splendid Condition The Officers Elected Represent All Sections of the CommonwealthA- Hearty Indorsement Given the Kentucky Irish American r Ladies Auxiliary Meets For the First 1iime inState Convention Banquet and Reception Surpassed AIL in History of the Ordert 1 liThe greatest convention the best con vention the most harmonious convention in the history of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in the grand old Commonwealth of Kentucky was the response of every delegate and visitor to the inquiries of the Kentucky Irish American on their arrival home from the Hibernian State convention held in Covington the first of this week Last Sunday morning the thirtyfive delegates of the Louisville divisions and Ladies Auxiliary accom panying the State and county officers left in a special coach over the Louisville Nashville railroad and upon arrival in Cincinnati were met by County Secre tary Joseph Hunt and Division Secretary Joseph Broderick and a committee and escorted to the Denison Hotel which bad been selected for Louisville headquarters After dinner the entire delegation was taken out for a visit to the various points of interest in both Cincinnati and Cov ington special attention being bestowed by George Donnelly James Maloney and P J Carroll This was thoroughly enjoyed especially by the ladies Monday morning the delegates and members of the Ladles Auxiliary assembled at Elks Hall and from there marched to St Patricks church escorted by the Covington division Upon enter ing the church the handsome banner of the Covington Hibernians was given prominent place on the altar and high mass was sung by Rev Father Thomas Coleman Chaplain of the division After the gospel Father Coleman on behalf of the aged and beloved rector Rev James W Smith welcomed the assemblage to St Patricks church and in part spoke as follows It is with great pleasure that I extend greeting to the assembled delegates ladies and gentlemen who have all come here for the State convention of the Ancient Order of Hibernians I likewise extend a hearty welcome from the pastor and in my own name to the delegates to St Patricks church and I feel that I should in the name of the officers and members of the Covington division extend a welcome to the delegates who have come to Covington 1 was struck just now in reading the epistle the words of St Paul when he called upon the multitude to remember where they first stood I think it would be well for us this morning when we have this important work of the convention before nsto pause for a few moments and go back and consider the test of our forefathers and I am sure we will be helped in our work of today It was they who placed Ireland where she stands today You know that perhaps better than I do You know from the days of St Patrick on she has stood before the world in history as no other nation has stood She leas produced men who have been noted throughout the world for their virtue for learning and many sacrifices women famed far and wide for their purity the guidance of light and for motherly good You know when all the rest of Europe was In turmoil she in northern Ireland was at peace and unmolested the home of the learned and she stands now in history as no other nation has stood and still retains the name that she acquired in those peaceful days With these facts before you let your proceedings be harmonious and thereby preserve that name that has so gloriously descended to you Practice in your dally lives the motto of your grandorder Friendship unity and true Christian charity and you will obey the injunction of St Paul and make better men and women those who are around you besides perpetuating the good old order that has stood for hun dreds of years for the true faith and fatherlandImmediately after the mass the con vention was called to order in Knights of Pythias Hall by President Keenan who announced the appointment of Messrs George Donnelly J Edward Grace Owen Seery Mike Tynan Con Ford Thomas Quinn and Charles Callahan as members of the Credentials Committee After this committee had reported Presi dent Keenan named the following corn mittee and instructed them to have their reports ready for the afternoon session Rules of Order Judge M T Shine James W Maloney JohnJ Sullivan George B Lyons Thomas Howard John JSalloy Grievance J P Cooney J P Sullivan ThomH MikeTfnanI Thornton T Ai Quinn feltFreesGeorge H Donnelly Joseph B JFordResobtkwsJauiee P Cooaey John J Berry M Thornton J BBatdluJanteab- iNnt P T BttlHva- nReyleionP J Cetmllr r J Webb o I 1 J THOMAS KE1 NAN Reelected State President at Covington M Flanagan Owen Seent M J Shepherd Thomas Lynch Ge rge T Lyons StandingS R HolleJ Owen Seery Edward Kelran George T Lyons J E Grace Joseph Dougherty eorgeTDon nelly ti Finance J T Broderick Thomas Keeuan Jr Thomas HowardJ C Sullivan Charles J Nock John Hennessey Next in order was the revert of officers i President Keenan first giving the follow ing account of his two peaNladininlstra tion T twentyfour tnoBths =iirM5 I KS old city of Louisville you honored the State officers with your confidence and entrusted to them the care and manage ment of our good order We come today to render to you as account of our stew ardship and the proper officers will submit to you reports as to the management of our order To my brother officers who have assisted me In conducting the affairs of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in Kentucky I return my heartfelt thanks and trust that their usefulness willl be long spared for the good of the orderBrothers the work before you is exceedingly important Our laws as they now stand need very little revising but the little changes which they do require must be done perfectly as our order is now larger than it ever was before in the history of the State So you can see for yourselves the very important duty you have to perform At the last convention we had five divis ionsin the State four in Louisville and one in Covington Today we have seven divisions in the State with a membership ol nearly 1000 We also have three divisions of the ladies auxiliary all in a most flourishing condition We also had National Organizer Ryan to come to our State to organize a divis ion in Ashland and one in Paris which he did and also to look overthe ground for the good of the order And here I must say something in behalf of Brother Hannon of Ironton Ohio Brother Bur dies wrote me to come to Ashland and conduct initiation I wrote Brother Han non to instruct them for me which he did and also start a ladies auxiliary In Ashland At pur last convention in Louisville the incoming State officers were instructed to institute a division of the ladies auxiliary in that city which I did with the assistance of Louisville members of the order We feel proud of the ladies auxiliaries for I can assure you they are a great help to our order in city and State and J wish to extend my thanks to Judge Shine of Covington Brother Burdise of Ashland and County President Sullivan of Louisville for th Interest they have taken in the Ladles Auxiliary in their cities iin my behalf My administration has been one of ups and downs Our former State Secretary William Meehan left Kentucky just la the middle of my work and if was sometime before I got a start again I called theStaleoificerstogetherinl4farcb19114to P McGinn It was at that meeting that we decided to send the four State officers to the national convention We made a levy of seventy cent on every member t defray the exPenses for sending the State officers to the national and State conven tions and paying alt expenses of this State Board Hereafter tke State assess ment baUbe fixed by the State convert tion We M State officers have spent your money in good faith for the benefit of the order We came heck to Kentucky from the national convention at St Louis with one of our members elected on the National1 Boardof Directors which is a great honor for Keatwekiaos I lost all trees of the Paris diwhere tieero targllea rlMft the 1101 dud la 8 U- IJ n work and trace it up and found theIIgo in fine shape Brother Grace and myself corresponded and he invited me to come to Paris and initiate the members which tas State President should do I wrote to the County Board of Jefferson county and asked them to send a degree team to Paris which they did for meGod bless themfor they would give up every dollar to push this grand old order along as their forefathers did In days of old We now have prospects of a division in Lexington and also one at Frankfort which I hope will soon be realized My advice is to keep your divisions going and try to get every good Irishman in your town to join the Ancient Order of Hibernians and have something doing all the time for if we leave all things for a few to do somebody will soon get tired and let go So make your meetings interesting and all igood will follow Be brothers in all your dealings- I am much pleased to say that the re ports to be submitted to you will prove that the order has made rapid strides on the road to progress Our labor is not for todaybut rather for the future Our work is not for the gratification of individual ambition but rather to attain the grand ambition ofa race which striving upward in time of travail enronr agedthem to have confidence intrnth and manhood Letns Inspire in them lessons of friendship unity and true Christian charity ret tis urge all our members to win for themselves the com mendation that we are the best rat1 American citizens it tBeedVutthe efffti dh jj iilourselves Brothers I have dope my best for the order I leave to others the duty of carrying on to success the future of our order Upon you the representatives of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of Ken tucky will the future success of our order depend State Secretary Joseph McGinns re port read by acting Secretary William Connelly showed substantial gains in membership throughout the entire State The report of State Treasurer Butler showed careful management and econ omy on the part of the State Board and contained a high compliment to Vice President John Hennessy of Louisville who generously returned the money for his expenses to the national convention Upon the suggestion of several dele gat County President Patrick Sullivan was requested to address the body and tell of the part Kentucky played in the national convention Upon being intro duced President Sullivan delivered an eloquent and interesting address and told of the signal honor Kentucky had achieved by the election of George J Butler to the National Board of Directors He also spoke of the intelligent and repre sentative body of men that composed the national convention and in a brief description of the Irish exhibit at the Worlds Fair declared that it compared favorably with that of any other nation represented Hia remarks were heartily applauded and it was conceded that his address was the best of the convention An adjournment was then voted and the members in charge of the local Entertainment Committee composed of Judge M T Shine Joseph Hunt and Joseph Broderick were taken to Elks Hall where a bounteous repast was served Upon reassembling the convention im mediately went to work on the reports of the committees which were nearly all concurred in But few changes were made In the laws the most Important being that which restricts State officers to only two terms The Resolutions Committee presented IrisheAmerican the official organ of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in Kentucky and thanking it for its support of the order Also a resolution thanking the Kentucky Post for courtesies to the convention Resolutions were adopted on the death of the late John J Barrett a former State officer special tribute being paid to his memory by Judge Shine Attorney Thomas Walsh and Patrick Sullivan The Auditing Committee in Its report recommended V rung vote of thanks to Covoington Lodge of Elks which was adopted by unanimous vote The Press Committees resolutions urging support of the Kentucky Irish American and requesting that members always use their endeavors to secure fair treatment from the daily press were adopted without a dissenting vote Bi IL Gorey made a humorous address inviting the delegates to select Paria as tits place for holding their next couven than aril csrrled his pent M that place warn chosen by accUMiatio The eltQUOltl oftaws for the etMviinf I i two years was then held with the follow ing result StateCbaplalnRfght Rev Bishop Camlllus P Maes Covington President Thomas Keenan Louis ville Vice PresidentJ Edward Grace ParisSecretaryJames H Hunt Covington Treasurer J B Bnrdiss Ashland Before the final adjournment tickets were distributed for the banquet given by the Covington Hibernians iu honor of the delegates aud visitors at the Elks Hall The banquet was well attended the hall being ablaze with the splendid illuminations At the tables sat the very flower of Kentuckys beautiful women and handsome men Judge Shine who acted as toastmaster opened the festivities with a happy address wel coming the delegates and auxiliaries on behalf of Covington After justice had been lone the menu State President Keenan made a short but appropriate address saying that words could not express his gratification at the pleasure it afforded him to be present Miss Maggie Corcoran responded on behalf of the Ladies Auxiliary which had just closed a most successful and harmonious meeting Attorney Tom Walsh after telling several laughable anecdotes made a short but very eloquent talk that received generous applause Miss Mamie Foley of Louisville and Miss Hannah Murphy of Covington spoke for their auxiliaries and told how they were progressing after which young Tom Keenan rendered a vocal solo that was heartily encored ofCovingtonfrom the dock aud recitations by Joseph Hunt evoked peals of laughter Thomas Quinn and John J Barry of Louisville also made short addresses the former saying he was delighted to see the ladies present taking such good care of his brother delegates Pat Welsh and Denny Coleman Mr Barry said the hour was late and therefore he would reserve his little say for the col umns of the Kentucky Irish American- It was the unanimous sentiment that the banquet surpassed anything of the kind ever attempted by the order in this State and no words can express the gratitude and appreciation felt by the vfsiting delegates for the kind treatment and many courtesies received at the hands of their Covington brothers The lladies attending the convention assembled after the mass at St JOhns Hell After the opening prayer Miss mporarrltPreatdenl made temporary Secretary When the list of delegates was called for the follow ing were found present LouisvilleMisses Mary Foley Mary Cavanaugh Maggie Callahan Mary Corcoran Mayme Sullivan and Rose SweeneyCovlngtonMra Matt McDonald Ada Conklin Mrs Finnegan Nora Meyer Lulo Murphy and Ella OConnor AshlandMiSs OBrien and Miss SeeryMiss Corcoran the acting President then addressed the meeting in an effective and charming manner and won the praise of all present and in closing asked the cooperation of the representa tives and members of the Ladies Auxil iary in the work of the day There being no minutes to read or other impor tant business to be transacted Mrs Finnegan of the Covington auxiliary was introduced She said their division was flourishing and getting along as nicelyas could be expected for the time they lead been organized There were now seventytwo members in good stand ing a handsome sum in the treasury and quite a number 6f applications to be acted on- Miss Rose Sweeney Treasurer of the Louisville auxiliary and Miss Mayme Sullivan Financial Secretary both spoke and the announcement that they had 104 members and 350 in the treasury was greeted with hearty applauseThe of Miss Mary Foley County President of Louisville were well received and she received well deserved praise for the manner in which she boosted the Louisville auxiliary Miss OBrien of Ashland submitted a fine report for her auxiliary whlchhad been organized only three months but now boasts thirtyeight members and a full treasury At the afternoon session State Presi dent Keenan and Judge Shine were present Both addressed the convention and encouraged the ladles iu the noble work they were performing Will Burns and Denny Coleman also made short talksThen proceeding to business the ques tion of death benefit was the most important to be decided Miss OBrien of Ashland stated that her auxiliary was organized on a social basis only and therefore they had nothing to say on the subject as they did not propose to pay any benefits for a year at least The Covingtou ladies favored the 50 benefit saying they had gotten in a great number of members by stating they would give a 50 death benefit While some of the Louisville ladles were In favor of 50 others only wanted 25 After a full discussion the question was left to be settled by each auxiliary and its County President as they deemed beet for the orderAfter disposing of all other business the first election of State officers for the Ladies Auxiliary was announced la order and after taking some little time ia netBiaatiBgaad balloting the follow lagi were declared the duly elected officers COHriNUKD ON THIRD PIl VINCENTIANS Will Be Largely Represented Next Week at Worlds Fair Prominent Priests apd Laymen- to F Address International Convention ntIflcalIIhhQlonnon WILL BE IN SESSION THREE DIPS Next Tuesday morning the interna tional convention of the St Vincent de Paul Society will open in the Worlds Fair city with a Pontifical high mass celebrated by Archblihop Glennon la St Vincents church Ninth street and Park avenue and it is understood the Louisville conferences will be largely represented The convention will last three days the sessions being held in Sodality Hall on North Grandavenue Thomas W Hynes Commissionerryrepresenting New York City at the Worlds Fair and President of the Brooklyn society which represents byalargegentlemen has been active in making arrangements for the attendance of a thoroughly representative gathering of priests and laymen from all parts of the countryGeorges Blondel of the Council General of Paris Prance will deliver two addresses and several papers of importance will be contributed by mem bers who will go from New York Patrick Mallon who represents the society as special agent at the Childrens Court in Brooklyn will give the results of several years of observation and study of the problems presented by juvenile JGreenewhich visits public institutions across the East River will offer the suggestions aldlllgthewhere1ar a 4 explalntl1ebenefits tenement districts by the organization of boys clubs Rev Dr Henry G Gauss will speak on the Marquette League Representatives of conferences in other parts of the country and In Europe will read other papers all tending to bring out the most complete expression as to the best means and most desirable methods of furthering the work to which this organization has devoted itself People are taking a more sympathetic view than they did formerly of this so thoroughlyinIn the metropolis the increased support enables the organization to extend and widen its work and predictions are made that in time its field in social charitable and philanthropic energy will be greater than most people now realize as among the possibilities It is felt that this is the society best adapted for carrying on the multitudinous works of charity in which the laymen should engage in cooperation with the pastors and the relief work is no longer confined to the distribution ofa little food fuel and clothing when they are most needed By systematizing their efforts and studying the conditions which lead to distress zealous members of the blessingsfollowhunger and cold actually pinch the subjects So it comes that there are em ployment bureaus industrial schools social clubs and other means of elevating the standard of people so that they may not come to want The idea that those who fall must be aided to their feet was never stronger than it is today with the result that the committee visiting prisons and reforma l tories are doing more than they ever didlbefore As Gods church forgives the repentant sinner the laymen must do their share to encourage him along the glifeMr James Campbell is at the head of the St Vincent de Paul Society in Louis ville and any information members desire may be obtained from him CROWDED NIGHTLY The mission being conducted at St Charles church by the Jesuit missionaries Fathers Roaswinkel and Donoher has aroused unusual interest and the church has been crowded nightly Both segretbeingThe night services next week will be for the men exclusively and for their accommodation Rev Father Raffo bee made every arrangement ALUMNAE EUCHRE The Str Catherines Alumnae hays ThursdayOctoberj Fifth and Zone streets Games wM bV played iin this afternoon sad evening and bemanwillbefMwweconventwinterI tf U J rr D J i i fIiiiiciiiuIflLJT jyv j c- iIJ f 1 NTUQJrIJt i G KENTUCKY IRISH flMEWNe r r Nr I u h N ievoted to the Moral and Social Advs cemeMt ef all Irlafc America a KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS 4UIISCR1PTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY gc entered at the Lottlsvilie Postorrico as SecoiidClas Hatter i dduri a 11c QllliICallo l to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 Welt areci Sire al TRADES UNIAgL COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24 1904 HIBERNIAN CONVENTION L Another State convention of the Ancient Order of Hibernians has come and gone and it is a pleasure to agree with the delegates and z others who attended the sessions that It was the best and most suc cessful in the history of that grand order in Kentucky The conven tion was imbued with the spirit oft the orderfriendship unity and true Christian charity and all the proceedings stood for its success For the first time the Ladles Auxiliary held a State convention in Kentucky and while they had little to do they displayed wisdom and care in all their deliberations importtant factor and great help to all the divisions By unanimous vote the convention again indorsed and declared the Kentucky Irish American the official organ of the A O H Irishmen and Catholics were urged- to give it a hearty support and upon all sides were heard kind words and hopes for our continued success We fully appreciate the friendship of the Hibernians and it will be our aim to serve and aid k them to the utmost of our power To the Hibernians and good peo pie of Covington the delegates and visitors owe a debt of gratitude they will never be able to repay The hospitality and kindly treatment received will remain a happy memory forever There is much t r reason for congratulation the work of the convention being perfect it every way WORDS THAT COUNT The Young Mens Institute than Which there is no more Catholic or patriotic organization in this coun try has been making splendid prog ress during the past few years largely due to the observance of the principles upon which the order was founded Always obedient tto the church authorities and instilling in the minds of its members ia greater love for country it is not k surprising that the Institute is find- ingr favor with the clergy Our own jurisdiction had the commend atian of Archbishop Elder Bishop Maes and others and now comes Archbishop Riordan of San Fran Cisco who expresses kind feelings I forthe Y M I in accepting the office of Honorary Grand Chaplain The Archbishop says- I am in receipt of your letter conveying the information of my election1 to the office of Honorary Grand Chaplain of the Young Mens Institute I beg leave to r accept the same and through you to return thanks to the members of the Institute for their kindness in this matter I regret to say that for some time past my health has not permitted me to take an active interest in the society but I have always followed its history with the E deepest interest and have given it whatever support was in my power to give The society was organized for the purpose of strengthening membersPihave been realized inaverymariedI degree and hence to regret the part I took in the organization of your society thope Almighty God will bless it in the days to come as it has been blessed in the past v Words like theae and coming from such a source are what count sad they should stimulate our Cath 91fcypllogcmento still greater effort to make stropgerand tier- n U r1 influential the Young Mens Insti tute whose noble motto is Pro Deo Pro Patria for God for country Judge Pryor in his charge tot the grand jury Tuesday specifically called the attention of the members i thereof to the crimes resulting g from carrying concealed deadly weapons and selling liquor tc minors The Judge says it is th duty of that bodyto make a rigid investigation into such violations no matter where they exist If the members of the grand jury who are all reputable men will perform their duty there will be ia marked falling off in the number of homicides and crimes that have darkened the annals of our fair city It is gratifying to note the enthusiasm with which the candi dacy of Judge Matt ODoherty fo the Circuit Court bench is receive- by the voters of this city No mm is better qualified for the place am such being the case be will have moI opposition So strong is he with the people that the Republican I are not likely to place a nominee in the field John Cuneeu of Buffalo and William Muench of Syracuse the Democratic nominees for Attorney General and Treasurer of Ne York are both Knights of Colum bus Their nomination is suffi cient answer to those smallfry poll ticians who have been asking what the Democracy would do Were we inclined to bet they would carry our money The Democrats will open the campaign on Monday in twenty two towns Gov Beckham and Ollie James will be the orators at Frankfort and will continue together throughout the campaign All the great speakers have sen their names to the Campaign Com mittee the list being a formidable one JEFFERSONVILLE Doings in Church and Society Circles Just Over the River The St Augustine Aid Society of Jef fersonville will give a euchre and recep Han at Spieths Hall on Monday Oct ber 17 when there will be a raffle andl numerous prizes All the tickets will be numbered and to some one will be give a load of coal The arrangements are iinI the hands of Mike Coy Dan Gill LouisI Constantine abd Misses Annie Nolan Maggie Maloney and Susie Nolan Tuesday evening there was an interest ing meeting of Division 1 of the A 011 President Robert Gleason occupied the chair and notified the members that the new constitution was now in effect Among the old guard present were noted Martin Fogarty Mike Kenney Barney Coll Redmond Stanton and Count President John Kenney all of whom had encouraging words for the young mew bers After electing Mike Garrity and John E Murphy arrangements were made for a high mass of requiem for the lat Michael Fogarty Financial Secretor Tom OHearn read his statement showing receipts of 223 for the month of September which aroused a scene of in tense enthusiasm Louis Constantine is the father of a fine new boy He tells his friends he isi uncertain whether the little fellow ar rived shouting for papa or Parker He received many congratulations Tuesday evening bLUEGRASS MARRIAGES A Blurgrass engagement which will interest many Louisville pecftje wa announced Monday at LexingtbUJfe It iis that of Miss Magdeline Schweikart and John P Fister who will be joined in wedlock early in October The bride elect is the daughter of Henry Schweik artand is a beautiful and strikingly stylish girl John Fitter la one of th moet popular and successful young farmers in Fayette county and is prowl vent in the Knights of Columbua and YOung Mens Institute After thei marriage the young couple will leave upon an extended honeymoon trip to Michigan and Illinois sad upon their return they will make t1lek borne at the cOu try residence of Mr Fitter which live lately been remodeled and fitted up for theirreoeption- amaThe Bret of the aut weddings Iin OU r which Lexington society was interestedI was that 6C Miss Mary Mulligan the lovely and accon of the ton James H Mulligan and Prank Stevenson of Middlesboro solemnized Thursday at St Pauls Catholic church the Rev Father Barry performing the ceremony The young couple left for a trip through Canada and returning will make their home in Middlesboro until next spring when they will go to New York City to reside THE LEGION WON Move to Have Catholic Insur ance Order Enjoined Is Dismissed Judge Lanning in the United States Circuit Court at Trenton N J denied the application of Paul V Flynn to have the Supreme Council of the Catholic Benevolent Legion enjoined from enforcing its new and increased assess ment rates Richard P Tippctt Supreme President of the Legion appeared and submitted affidavits of the officers and an actuary showing that the new rates were necessary to place the order on a sound financial basis The denial of Flynns application was made at the conclusion of the argument The atten tion of Catholic Knights is called to the above as it is a case similar tothat which Kentuckyebranches The foregoing will doubtless operate as a precedent for denying an Injunction DEPUTIES Appointed by Grand President Kelly For Kentucky- Jurisdiction Graud President James B Kelly has officially promulgated the appointment of the following Grand Deputies for the Kentucky jurisdiction of the Young Mens Institute TrjurisdicdJohn M Ryan for Louisville fordEastern Kentucky Richard J Colbert of Lexington for Central Kentucky S A Noe of Lebanon for Southern KentuckyFred Arnold of Owensboro for Western Kentucky Michael J Carrigan of Memphis for TennesseeLouis Heck of St Louis for Mis souri All are men long connected with the membershipwwith The Grand President will next make known the names of the Council Deputies CALLED TO REST Mrs Rhodes H Dorsey Succumbs After Lingering Illness Mrs Rhodes H Dorsey daughter of Newton G Rogers and formerly Miss Mrie Rogers of this city died last Fri day at the home of her motherinlaw Mrs Sallie Dorsey at Bashaw Station Ky Death laid his icy hands upon her istmore fitting than that she a lovely flower should herself die in the fall when these beautiful specimens of nature droop and say goodbye to mankind The perfume of this lovely flower was the beautiful example which she set to all around her in her unequaled patience her great appreciation of each little act of kindness and her hope of recovery even to the very end Even nature itself mourned the loss of this lover of the beautiful The very leaves on the trees drooped and fell as if to mourn for her who loved them The deoparture for as the casket was carried by loving hands to its last resting place the howlednSuch is the appreciation of nature for om who admired her Though not having reached her twentysecond year her young life had been stormy and tumultu ousNever did she or could she bear to hear anyone say a word against her neigh bor not even against those who had done her harm Thus she displayed her Chris tian spirit of which it may be justly said Blessed are the peacemakers for they devotedymother an amiable daughter the kindest of sister a congenial neighbor she shed a luster about her which shall never be forgotten by those who came in contact inewhichYshall never be filed but she will be mostly misted by a devoted husband and two daughters of tender age who will lack a mothers love How selfish it is ffor us to grieve over her death for suffering the pains of an Incurable disease is it not far better and is she notiinfinitely happier on that beautiful shore in company with that dearest of mothers whose care she hardly knew But while we grieve over the loss of our loved ones we should meetsagain in that haven of rest beyond the skies where all our trials tribulations and sorrows will only be shadows that have disappeared forgotten memories of this earthly home eSUCCESSFUL OPERATION =John Datim a wellknown and influ ential resident of the Highlands who agorin the Courier Journal office underwent a very delicate but successful operation at St Anthonys Hospital Yesterday the welcome sew wea received that fato complete recovery is Mow MMired and that in a few week he will be tide to ranus kte position r lS Will Casey spent last week with friends at Lebanon Miss Carrie RIcCloakey spent last week with friends at Taylorsville Miss Louise uddy has returned from Fairfield where she visited the Misses Sullivan Miss Mayme Campbell has returned from a delightful visit with relatives at CarrolltonMiss i Van Cleave visited in New Haven last week the guest of Lee DaugbertyII Miss Nonie Gibbons of St Louis has been the charming guest of Mrs Daley i on High avenue I Miss Marcie Viglinl left Tuesday toIl spend several months with friends at New London Conn = I Miss Margaret Carroll of Mt Sterling is the charming guest of Miss Rose i Kelly of Crescent HUlII Will H Newman Jr left last for St Marys where he will enter the famed college located there I Miss Eunice Strain of Vevay Ind IsIt here visiting her sister Mrs Thomas Tarpey West Chestnut street Miss Ella Collins of Cannelton is vis iting here as the guest of Miss May Meagher 1441 Seventh street Miss Maggie Wolfe has just returned from a visit to Evansville where she received much social attention Mrs John Whalen East Spring street New Albany had as her guest this week Mrs Odean Bead of Indianapolis Mrs D ONeill and daughter Miss Nell and Mrs M Fabey will leave Mon day for St Louis to attend the Fair Thomas Furlong of the Highlands has recovered from his recent illness and is busy calling on his numerous friends Miss Nellie Lincoln of 2218 West Chestnut street who has been quite dan gerously ill is reported much improved Miss Adelaide Dillon of 2612 Bank street left last Saturday to spend a vaca tion at St Louis and visit the Worlds Fair Mrs Mary McManus has returned to her home in South Louisville after a delightful visit with friends in Jefferson ville Misses Julia Flynn Elizabeth Haley and Mary Baron are home from quite an extended visit to New York and Niagara FallsMiss Mamie Sullivan has returned to her home in = Birmingham Ala after a months stay with Misses Mamie and Nell ONeillNicholas Kerns and sister Miss Mary of Shippiugport left Monday for St Louis to visit Mrs A V Ramsey and attend the fair Mrs John Brnmleve of Sixteenth and Madison will leave Monday for St Louis to spend ten days with relatives and visit the Fair Mrs Mary Mackey her daughters Lily and Mayme and her son Edward J have been visiting the Worlds Fair dur ing the past week Miss Ludle Hickey has returned from a very pleasant visit at Leltchfield where she was the guest of her cousin Mrs T W Hogan Miss Margaret Moriarty has returned from Grayson Springs Her friends will rejoice to learn that her health has been completely restored Mrs William Patterson West Main street has returned from a six weeks visit with friends and relatives at Lake Geneva and Chicago Miss Mayme Doran of Portland who has been spending ten days with relatives in St Louis and attending the fair is expected home today Dennis J Coleman of Portland avenue will leave Sunday to attend the St Vin cent de Paul convention at St Louis and visit the Worlds Fair Commissioner William H Newman and wife and Miss Nell Newman have been spending the week at the Kentucky building at the Worlds Fair Mrs James Mulligan and Dr Louis Mulligan of Lexington arrived in the city Monday to spend several days as t e- gneats of Gen and Mrs Basil Duke John Breen of Mooresville Ind left Monday for the Worlds Fair His family who have been visiting in St Louis for four weeks will return with him Mrs James Reagan of Covington entertained her friends with a house party last week in honor of Misses Kath rine Nolan and Josephine Ryan of this city Mr C R Kelly and daughters Misses Adelaide and Estelle and Miss Constance Bryanof Miami Fla returned the first of this week after a short stay at Mam moth Cave Mrs Bernard Coyle of Jeffersonvllle and Mrs Bridget Merritt of this city have arrived home from St Louis where they visited the fair and spent two weeks with relatives J Messrs John and Edward RIonahan who have beea spending their vacation with their Meads at Crescent Hill left Ilag week to resume their studies in the Catholic University at Washington Miss Josephine Kicky who has been seriously ill of ypboia fever for three wile at her IMMC op WattJAsrseu Q ff II THE O BIG STOREII II IIIsI now showing their Big Values for the Fall Everything is here for Man or Boy IIIISetson I 1 i Mens Suits = = 5 to 20 I 11- I 11 I 121ii I = THE BIG STOREMILTON M nARBLESTONB CO street is reported out of danger to the great relief of her many friends and relatives Henry Kraft the well known German butcher and capitalist accompanied by his wife leaves tonight for St Louis to spend ten days at the Worlds Fair Invitations have been issued for the marriage of Miss Adelaide Montedonic and Henry Reeb The ceremony will be performed at the Cathedral on Wednes day October 6 at 3 oclock in the afternoon Mrs A J Norton of West Chestnut street leaves today for Pittsburg where she will join her husband who left some months ago to accept a good position there They will make the Smoky City their future home Mr and Mrs J P Keiran and sons Joseph and James of Memphis are the guests of Owen Keiran and family in Clifton Before returning home they will visit the Worlds Fair accompanied by Misses Lily and Mollie Keiran A pretty wedding was solemnized at St Cecilias church Wednesday after noon when Miss Rose Byrnes was united for life to William Haysley Both are well known and a large number of their friends were present to witness the cere mony Mr William Martin a very popular salesman employed at the Big Store who has been ill for several weeks at St Josephs Infirmary is improving won derfully It is the earnest wish of lily fellow associates that he will soon be one of their number again Mr and Mrs George B Coder of Parkland have issued cards announcing- the arrival of little Oulda Herndon Coder a beautiful baby girl at their home Mr Coder is the popular assistant Secretary Treasurer of the BradleyGilbert Com pany nndhca been kept busy receiving congratulations Miss Minn Ell Pryor and James ONeill popular young people of the South Endwere married Monday even ing at St Louis Bertrands the cere mony being witnessed by a large gathering of their friends They are now spending their honeymoon at Evansville and after September 28 will be at home at 2814 Fourth avenue Miss Louise Gazzalo and Herman Kist of Chicago were united in marriage at the Cathedral on Wednesday evening Rev Father Rock officiating After the ceremony the bridal couple left for Chi cago where they will make their future home The bride was held in high es teem and popular among her friends who regret her departure from Louisville Miss Mamie Dwyer a society favorite in the West End became the bride ol Arthur Chapman a rising young bust ness man Tuesday morning the ceremony being performed by Rev Father Kalaher The bride was attended by her sister Miss Ella Dwyer and James Short acted as best man After a wedding breakfast at the home of the bride 708 Twentyfourth street the happy pair left for the Worlds Fair Sf Mary Magdalens church will be the scene of a quiet but pretty wedding on Tuesday morning October 4 when Herman Obrecht and Miss Estelle Neth erland will be united in marriage Nup tial mass will be celebrated by Rev Father William Gausepohl and after a wedding breakfast the young couple will leave for a honeymoon trip Upon their return home they will go to housekeep ing at 514 West Oak street A wedding of interest to a large num ber of people in New Albany will be that of Miss Theresa Martel the pretty and accomplished daughter of Conrad Mar tel and Edward Liest a trusted employe of the Henry Klerner Furniture Com pany The ceremony will be performed Tuesday evening by the Rev Dean Pal- ter of St Marys after which there will be a reception for the young couple at their new and cozy home on Jackson street where they will at once go to housekeepingA wedding In South Louis vine this week waa that of Miss Gene srieve Head and Henry Wathea The marriage took place Tuesday morning at Holy Name church Rev John OConnor audlprlife the happy young couple The bride looked lovejy in a handsome wedding XMtume M did also the bridesmaid The xgaoiat played t1 wedding march when the bridal party entered and left the church A breakfast end reception at tile home of the brides parents followed e L 0 a a- e the ceremony after which the couple left for a visit to the grooms relatives in Daviess County Invitations have been issued for the marriage of Miss Mollie E Dorsey and Fred W Warfel both of Jeffersonville The wedding will take place next Wednesday and will be performed by Rev John OConnell Miss Porsey iIs one of Jeffersonvilles most popular young women and is admired for her grace and amiable disposision The lucky groomelect is a well known rail road man and at present is Superintend ent of the Illinois Central carpenter shops in Louisville A large number will go from this city to witness the cere mony Mr and Mrs J William Schler entertained a party of friends at their residence 2115 Fifteenth street Tuesday evening Those present were Misses Edna Harold Josle Sehler Annie Sehle and Mary Sehler Messrs Denny Lally Leopold L Lang Dr J W Petty Jacob P Zorn Henry A Bachmann and Lee B Irving Dr Petty and Mr Lang sang several solos accompanied by Miss lIar old on the piano which were well received Denny Lally recited the famous poem Casey at the Bat making quite a hit Refreshments were served during the evening THEIR GALA NIGHT Hibernians Add to Their Num ber and Spend Jolly Evening As is always the case when Louisville Irishmen and their friends congregate for an evenings enjoyment Hibernian Hall is a very animated place On Fri day night of last week when Division 2 held its initiation and social session the hall was thronged even the State and county boards being largely represented President Con Ford occupied the chair and all business was quickly dispatched to give way to the degree team whose work was pronounced the best ever seen here A number of applications were received and Messrs Dan J Lucey and Mike ONeill were presented to receive the four degrees which were conferred with impressive ceremonies by Patrician Patrick Sullivan Bard Tom Quinn Oracle Dave Rellly Grand Guide Joe McGinn and Scribe John Hennessey The choir was under the direction of Denny Coleman and showed the result of careful training and the rendition of the odes was all that could be desired After the four degrees had been con ferred the candidates were addressed by President Ford who called attention ti0 the honors bestowed upon them and in- closing he gave utterance to some advice that all present appreciated The only incident to mar the evening was the reported illness of Thomas Camfield one of the veterans of the division Next in order was the social session when two hours were devoted to speech song and story Short but appropriate talks were made by Thomas Keenan Patrick Sullivan George Butler Joe McGinn the newly initiated candidates and members of Division 2 which will soon have another class The success of the event was anticipated tiy the mem bers of the order simply because the Literary and Entertainment Committee of this division always goes about its preparations in an able and businesslike manner Between talks there was an abundance of all things good to eat and drink and cigars for all who enjoyed good smoke For a social body it would be hard to surpass the men of Division 2 ANNIVERSARY REMEMBERED Last Thursday was the silver anniver vary of the marriage of Mr and Mrs Thomas W Tarpey of 2215 West Client nut street The happily wedded couple desired to spend the day together quietly at their home but many still remembered how mnch the day was to them and sent numerous congratulations and tokens of friendship With their legion of other friends we unite iff tendering Mr and Mrs Tarpey wishes that they may live to celebrate their golden jubilee DANGER PASSED Miss Henrietta Kaiser who has been a sufferer for the past four weeks with typhoid fever at her home On Fifth street has been pronounced out of danger by her physician Her many friends and admirers were alarmed over her condi Hon and the news that she is convalescent will be a great relief to them Miss Kaiser holds a good position with the RlbIOu Nora Company and is popu lax among the younger set ThCthreeqaarter l Hgtk stem iavi nUr 424 to 434 Market WestI I I J a 7ULEYSMatinee This Afternoon and Tonight AL G FIELDS MINSTREL BIGGEST AND BEST E- VERHOPKINS NowThollterWeek Commencing Sunday Matinee Sept 25 TWO S OWS DAILY LATINAfThe acrobats Roattino and Stephens singers and dan delightful nlonologuistFloCharles The Lovitts comedy jugglers and the BIOGRAPH BUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAYs SEPT 95 Matinee Sunday Monday Wednwday Saturday THE POPULAR FAVORITE AL REEVESAN- D HIS BIG BEAUTY SHOW A Constellation of Vaudeville and Comedy Stars TWO FUNNY MUSICAL BURLESQUES ACCIDENT As shown above never happens wherefDIAMOND WALL PLASTER is used Kentucky Wall Plaster Co incorporated TELEPHONE 2267 Brook and River Louisville Ky PT ARCHER Out Door and Flash Light- Photography Hmt Phone 5709 Room 44 Courier Journal Building t HENRY AAtJJI PUts DYER AND CLEANER Ladies and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED phon a635 528 Fifth Street Summer styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas dently going to last into the winter In some cases it is supplemented with a close under cuff end la others the lower part oi the arndiis to be covered only by the glove n t R=NrUOK5t rRXMU AiJEEIIoAxUTHE HENDERSON ROUTE Worlds Fair Rates 700 Tuesday and Thursdays LimitedI Seven Days Good only in Coach and Chair Gars 1000 Limited Fifteen Days 1100 Limited Sixty Days 1300 Limited to December 15 Only line operating Free Reclining Chair Cars on all through trains to St Louis Nos 41 and 44 are solid vestlhuled trains composed of combination baggage and coacb free reclining chair car Pullman observation parlor car and diner meals a Ja carte Runs through solid Louisville to St Louis Nos 45 and 46 are composed of vestibuled reclining chair cars seats free and Pullman sleepers City ticket office 230 Fourth Avenue Union Depot Seventh and Water Streets L J Irwin Genl Pass Agent E M Womack City Pass Agent Q H Baker City Ticket Agent A J Crone Ticket Agent Union Depot HHfHHH JB TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 r r TRACYr STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS EMBALMERSxcrr STREETShortIHIIHHMK tbe Brables Gilbert Company NCON O Stationers Printers Binders Booksellers i Representatives of the tianmond type writer for Kentucky typewriter Supplies Ribbons etc for all machine Blank Paper tor 1tbirb anfc Green Sts o XoutevtHe It2 MHHHHHH t t t t t t t FINE WINES CHAMPAGNES AK KOLJB345 West Green Street LIQUORS CIGARS NN44 N+4 F +4 II I L OLD AND RARE WHISKIES A SPECIALTY BLUE GRASS EXCHANGE Louis Wabnitz Co Proprietors TV 339Ollictellnlt FIFTH ST Katie A Smith formerly of Gran W Smiths Sons LADY EMBALMERS Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reas onable prices All calls answered prompt lyday or night BOTH PHONES 1677 OFFICE 652 FIFTH STREET LDBAXFUNERAL AND EMBALMER t 1 CARRIAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS phone sa6o 700 E Chestnut Street Goth Phonos 1180 Established 1863 JOHN BRTTERMAN Successor to Mrs Goo Rattarman FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER Carriages furnished for all occasions AUcalls promptly attended to day ornight 1119 W MARKET ST PflfR M AIDRIOT8OM3 I WAGONG NMMANUFACTURER3C- arriage N RepakiIRg aM Ru hr Tires 295 M4 2S7 WesT GREEN ST DRINK t fi fiG 16Whl kU OTTLID BV HENRY c LAUER 407 Edt J hrNII1tftet TiLiPiieirtlt4a Q Book and Box maHHtocturcrs I AUGUST JOHN OETKENBROS NEW GROCERY Sixth and Kentucky Sts Fresh Meats Vegetables Fruits and a full line of Fine Groceries QIVJ3J US A TRIAL MANHATTANRESTAURANT OTTO E VENT Proprietor Good Square Meal For 20 Cents OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 5O4 W Jefferson Street TRINITY COUNCIL Antlf Ipatcs Large Gathering at Its Initial Euchre and Dance Trinity Council Y M I will open its winter social season with a euchre and dance at Trinity Hall East Gray street on Wednesday evening October 5 and already preparations have been perfected for the entertainment of a large gathering of friends of that popular Catholic organization The committee arranging for the event are all hustlers and know what is required of them Chairman EmU Mouth and Secretary Arthur Lance are belug assisted by Messrs Pierre Dawson Louis Kempf Edwin Kejty Martin Helfrich MWZiegler Mark Mor ris Dr BJLammers and Will Eueller They report that a great many handsome prizes will be awarded and that the best music that can be procured has been engagedThe meetingMonday night was well attended though only routine business was transacted Members were enthused when they learned that the sick list was clear and heard read the application of Frank Caummlsar who will be elected next Monday night A special committee was appointed by the President to look over the field and report upon the advisability of organizing a ball elub for next year Other councils have teams and many in Trinity want a nine organized and a schedule adopted for the Kentucky jurisdiction A com plansforto make large gains this winter AGAIN ON DUTY Officer Peter Madden of the Jeffersoa vine police force who was ill and off agalaresumlldtto evildoer and the citizens feel safer when he iis on watch CONFIRMATIONS Iut Saaday iin Jeffersoayille the Right RevelwpODousgkatadwialatered the sacrament of ooairraaUoa to the clthdrea of at AvgtMtiites sail St I po a Pall OPENINGI I 238 W Market EDLESON238 W Market J MILLINERY1A showing of GAGE HATSLichtensteins Madame Spiegel Virot etc This display surpasses all previous seasons The handsomest to be found on Market street and equal to any Fourthavenue house Your inspection solicited Anthonys churches the two classes numbering 128 Nearly one hundred were prepared by Rev Father OCon nell whose great work won high praise from the Bishop RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Mrs John G Reuter of 1229 Eighteenth street was held last Sunday afternoon in the Sacred Heart church at 2 oclock The sacred edifice was thronged with mourners who had gathered to pay a farewell tribute to a young woman who was loved and re spected by a wide circle of friends and acquaintances Rev Father Walsh offi dated at the impressive ceremonies The funeral of August Ansback took place from the Cathedral Tuesday morning large numbers of mourning friends and relatives attending the solemn serv ices For years deceased had been prominent In the cigar trade of the city and by all whom be was employed or bad business dealings he was held in high esteem Before the funeral his body lay in state at the residence of his sister Mrs Dr Felix Coblenz East Broadway where a multitude came to view the remains and pay a last tribute of respect Charles A Culver sixtyone years of age one of the oldest grocers in the Eastern section of the city and a respected member of St Pauls parish passed peacefully away Monday morning at his home 228 St Joseph street Deceased was the father of Misses Clara and Ella Culver who were his constant attendants and consolation in his last moments His funeral took place from St Pauls church Wednesday morning Rev Thomas fork celebrating the solemn high mass of requiem and preach ing a very feeling sermon Prof Ernest Zoeller one of the oldest and best known musicians in Louisville and for a quarter of a century organist at St Marys church succumbed Sunday morning at his home 928 West Jefferson street to an attack of heart trouble Besides his wife be leaves two grown children Miss Mamie and Frank Zoeller and two brothers His funeral took place Tuesday morning from St Marys and was largely attended After the high mass of requiem the remains were laid to rest in St Louis cemetery The pallbearers were Messrs Joseph Hub buch George Schubmaun Philip Hub bucb Joseph old Frank Lefevre and Prof Joseph Chase The news of the death of Patrick Thornton one of the oldest employes of the Louisville Railway Company caused much and genuine regret Patrick Thorn ton was a native of County Galway Ire land but came to this country when a boy and had since lived in Louisville residing for many years at 618 Fifteenth street where be died after an illness of only a few days Besides his wife he leaves two daughters Mrs Martin Wise and Miss Nellie Thornton and two sons William and Edward Thornton both of whom are in the railway business The funeral services were held in St Patricks church Tuesday morning and were largely attended In the passing away of Joseph L Scott aged thirty years the church and community in which he lived suffer a dis tiuct loss He was the son of Hon Michael Scott former member of the Kentucky Legislature and stood high in business and social circles Upon attain lug his majority Joe Scott as his friends called him engaged in the plumbing business at Third and St Catherine and was quite successful About a year ago bis health began to fall and for some time be was unable to leave the house of his parents with whom he resided at 1109 Sixth street Surrounded by his father and mother and sisters and brother he passed peacefully away Wednesday morning fortified by the rites of LIs holy religion and mourned by all who knew him His funeral was largely Attended yesterday morning at the Dnminican church where Rev Father Volez celebrated the solemn mass of requlqm and spoke words of console lion to the bereaved family for whom is felt heartfelt sympathy NARROW ESCAPE Patrick Stone a well known 1 N fireman and a member of the Ancient Order of Hibernians had a narrow escape from serious injury Tuesday morning in a collision at Highland Park The incoming engertrain which was behind time collided with the Bardstown accommodation and only bya lucky leap did Stone and Engineer Wilkes escape being caught and crushed to death REGULAR MEETING The Oldhata Club held its regular business meeting Tuesday evening lai Wagner Hall batas a number of members bad not returned from the Hibernian State convention only routine tHuiMMM WM transacted The fiaaackl WaWtlsbowI I I u I BEEN IN AT LEVYSSINCE THE ANNEXWAS OPENED ft BIGGEST THINGIN THE COUNTRY NOWREADY TO SERVE YOU WITH NEW FALL- CLOTHING FURNISHINGSHATS AND SHOES GREAT CONVENTION CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE for the next two years They were at once Installed President Miss Mary Corcoran Lou isvilleVice President Miss Ada Conklin CovingtonSecretaryMiss OBrien Ashland TreasurerMiss Mary Foley Louis villeThe Kentucky Irish American wishes to thank Miss Mayme Sullivan as it was through her kindness we are enabled to give the foregoing complete report George Butler certainly lived up to his title of Pop for the good care he took of the younger delegates from Louisville The visiting delegates will always have a warm spot for James Hunt and Joe Broderick for the kind treatment accorded them John Mulloy certainly worked over time in trying to keep the ladies auxil iary in good spirits Pat Welsh and Will Burns said they were thinking of residing permanently inCovingtonIf it is conceded that Will Connelly would certainly have made a fine race for State Secretary Mike Tynan and John J Sullivan cer thinly felt at home as they seemed to know everyone in both Cincinnatiand Covington OFF FOR THE PAIR John J Barry of the Kentucky Irish American and Miss May Meaghcr and Andrew Meagher leave tomorrow night over the Henderson route to spend a week at the Worlds Fair They will bring home with them many souvenirs from the Irish exhibit The two last namedwill visit relatives at Solomon City Kiss before returning HOPKINS THEATER- For the opening of the third week of the vaudeville season at Hopkins Thea ter another jjood bill has been arranged headed by the NelsonFarnum troupe of comedy acrobats There are two women and two men in the company and they are said to have one of the most amusing offerings in vaudeville It will be the first appearance here of the troupe Knox Wilson a German musical comedian will also make his first Louisville appear ance Roatinp andStevens bring a new singing and dancing novelty act and Mr and Mrs Edward Esmonde will present a sketcbtlA Soldier of Propville There will be a monologHjst on the bill in the person of Lynn Welcher Flo Adler the Lovitts Latina and the biograph will complete the list of attractions The letter Is said to be the finest moving picture show ever offered BUCKINGHAM A constellation of vaudeville and com edy stars headed by Al Reeves everywhere aa popular favorite will appear next week at the Buckingham Theater A large chorus accompanies this big show presenting two very funny musical burlesque s The olio is almost entirely sew and introduces eleven of the best people on the wwl yille stage all ia turns that will dtHfjU the patrons of this lar y hOj L k 0- i 1 b ISOCIAL MEETING Or Ladles Auxiliary A O H Developed Into a Joint Debate Quite a large attendance was present at the social meeting of the Ladle Aux iliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians on Wednesday evening The evenings programme consisted of vocal and instru mental solos and short talks by the dele gates from tha Covlugton convention Miss Maggie Coughliu presided over the meeting having assisted greatly In are ranging the programme Thomas Kee nan Jr sang severall vocal solos being accompanied on the piano by Miss Mamie Keenan and was heartily applauded Little Miss Mackey daughter of Mr and Mrs Lawrence J Mackey captured all present by her cute and winsome sing ing The little Mooney twins Alberta and Alverta sang and danced until they were physically exhausted the audience applauding them vigorously These lit lie girls can not receive too much praise for their clever performances and are certainly making a reputation for them selvesThe talks from the convention dele gates resulted in a joint debate the most important point being as to who kept the best house at the convention the ladies or the men Misses Mary Cavanaugh Mayme Sullivan Mary Corcoran and Rose Sweeney debating in favor of the ladies charged that the men delegates had a hard time finding the keyhole on their nightly returns The mens side was defended by Thomas Keenan Joe Cooney John J Barry Thomas Keenan Jr and Will Reilly they claiming that the ladies were so late in coming from Covington to Cincinnati that they bad to walk the bridge Misses Mary Foley and Maggie Callahan came to the meet ing just before adjournment just arriving from Covington The tickets for the euchre to be given by the auxiliary in October are being rapidly disposed of and the chances are favotable for a big success OPENS WITH BAZAR Mackin Council met Tuesday night in St Cecilias school hall President Shelly in the chair and decided to throw open the doors of the new hall with a fall festival in November The proceeds will be used to furnish the parlors and reception rooms which when completed will be indeed beautiful if present plans are carried out The fair will open on Mon day November 14 and continue three nights Work on the new club house is progressing nicely and the contractors say they will have it ready for occupancy on the date set Andrew Kast of the City Engineers department was admitted to membership and at once caught on by his good natured remarks There are no mem bers on the sick list now The council made its yearly appropriation for the orphans the rest of the evening being taken up with the discussion of matters of interest to members only PLEASANT SPECIAL MEETING Division 3 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians bad a farge attendance at their special meeting Thursday evening When President Thomas Quinn called the meeting to order nearly every seat in the hall was taken Very little business was transacted the meeting being turned over to the degree team composed of P J Welsh P T Sullivan Thomas Quinn and Lawrence Mackey who initi ated the following candidates Michael Quinn Joe I enihari James Hines Mike Francis Tim Ford James Langan and Thomas Green The choir under the leadership of DJ Coleman assisted by George Butler Joe Cooney RogerNohalty Martin Sheehan James Barry and Dave OCounell did great work in singing the odes and dur ing the social session which followed made a big hit with their famous ballad Have You Seen Plunkett Refresh ments were Served and talks on the con vention were made by those who had attended RECOVERING Francis Gathof the bright little son of Frank Gatoff who underwent a success ful operation for appendicitis at the Gray street Infirmary has been removed to his home on West Madison street The news caused much rejoicing among his juvenile friends anti playments who have been calling in large numbers to see hum SATOLLI COUNCIL Satolli Councils meeting tra Monday night was well attended The Ways and Means Committee reported everything in ship shape order but requested those having books on the Baldwin piano draw ing to make fall returns pt the special meeting to be held tonight Joe twlkaa reported that the Glee Club dance at Fountala Ferry for Thursday night ws aa aftwt td sttcoMe unless allsigns fall n PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged iI3iLIDPIxoATID 1U80 Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts DRINK Hofbrau Pilseni r Beer BREWED B- YSENNACKERMAN BREVVING OO1tpANYINCORPORATED TELEPHONE 4B2 xOUX VnxE KY Cumb Phone Main 1913 Home Phone 1913 rHEr Geo WiedemannBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber and Deuser Managers Louisville Ky j Otto AIrBeer DIERSEN BROS Proprietors ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE Telephone 1137 JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN IS PRANK r WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE KY C B THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jiflirson Si Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed GO TO C J SCHNEIDER FOR THE BEST Pork Bacin Yams Sausage Pure Leaf Lard Both Phones FIFTH STREET MARKET Edward Aud and Charles Weissinger made their appearance after long absence without warning the latter excusing himself by saying he was away looking for new members but in what locality he refused to tell Both made short but good talks with suggestions that were timely and appropriate- All who have visited the new club rooms express themselves pleased with the new home which is easy of access cityWillnow feel confident that there will be no trouble in securing large additions to the present membership most excellent place for Catholicyoung men to spend their evenings BASE BALL The game of base ball that was to have been played last Sunday between teams of Satolli Council and Barry Council at I ex ington and was postponed on account of rain will be played tomorrow afternoon- A large crowd of rooters will accompany the Satolli boys who are confident of winning DEPLORABLE ACCIDENT Russell Hardy son of William J Hardy the Portland avenue grocer fell and broke his leg Tuesday afternoon companionsRussel accident is greatly regretted by all who know him MASONIC INext week the Masonic Theater will present In Old Kentucky a pleasing scenic melodrama which has several fulseasoIts to its credit The evenlybalancedthe production will b given an elaborate stage setting GRAND OUT OP TOWN EXCURSION Sunday Oct 2 Big Four Route to the Indiana gas belt Special train leaves Seventhstreet Union depot at 7 oclock a m Extremely low roundtrip rates as follows Riwhville 1 Knightetowa 1 Anderson SU5 Alexandria 1125 Ma cltytuketol depotS= II r Ptyoer ix fill park Open for the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR PicnicsSocials Outings greatlyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Parties or societies should consult the man ager of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts GO TO PioneerBotfling House FGRFII STRAIGHT WHISKIES 4 BIG JUG AT DOOR J P DAh1 T913 WEST BROADWAY sear Ualoa Statkw HERRMANN BROSr IUPORTRR8 t FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street n WINES LIQUORS CWARS VALS SALOONVAL Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 442 V GREEN 1ST BIG FOUR THE BEST LINE T- OIndianapolis Peoria ChicagoA- ND AIA POINTS IN INDIANA andnMICHIGAN Cleveland 8uaoR- ewYork Boston rANDInformation cheerfully furnished on application at City Ticket QAce Big AvetIHWritetoSJ jtxol i U r- U 4 S- d R QNrrUeKYIiU8H A1 RICAN U K 4 43 f HUM i+++44Ht 444Hf4rf +HhMHf tHH Hi V I Good Appetite and Good Digestion J RESULT FROM EATING MOTHERSBREAD For Goodness Salve Save the Tags T tt44t H +1tM ntt ttH M M M ++ M M+ M M M H M M i y W +++ lIlIII tIII+IlI IH THE COFFEES t in town add delivered direct from my roaster to your kifchen Phone me a trial order 8 lbs Good 100 6 lbs Special S1OO 5 lbs Bogota 5100 4 Ibs H H S100 3 Ibs S10O TEA Try My Special at 45c Per Pound MTJLLOY COFFEE tROASTER 1tiomePhonet323 r71 ZJ w AiA1I ET STREETt- fI4 1 HII +I+I t Ii3HMI I HlHI +Ji31hd 1 +tttHHHHIluI 1 I 1 I 1 I l PIANOSWe are dealers in the best known HIGHGRADE PIANOS nianufac tured in this country Chickerings Deckers Haines Bros 1 stiand TEN qther famous makes In this line is combined the integrity of years with all that is advanced in expert Piano construction MontenegroRiehm Music Co OgS030 FOUR II AVENUE IOA RANGES EASY ti We dont sell ranges BUT if you purchase one from your own stove dealer we will so that you can pay for it on EASY TJBJK- MVISSKentucky Heating Co f iC21 r rpSRAy iiCO V t i Fin6- 6arriag6S i MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE K- YHUH HH BEST freshroasted MochaJava ON TERMS arrange Ttileplxon 230232 BNOS assn PeopleaFor Business Good Employment and Success J t CALL onwnmc ron run INFORMATION In UfllORHDI MlB- MkSuE0MAW STREETS SIXTH AND Business ColIegoft L P HANNON MJ BANNON H M WOLTRING R B BANNON President Vice Pres Genl Mgr Secretary Treasurer F i Banioi Sewer Pipe Co 1 Salt Glazed Sewer and Calvert Pipe n Bannons Patent Liddell Pipe for Steam Conduits Wall Coping Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving BrlcK Fire Preefl Flue Pipe Flue Lining FireBricK Fj Grate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk prick OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON i TBLEPHONBf73 WORKS J3th and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet 9th and tote TBIBPHONU 2833 U1iUSHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON THE eJ III an RlGANt PARLOR DINING CAR I E H BACQNi District PRSien reAJt LouisvilleJ Kf1 PRAJ RUnrOepmsl PA nt TWL KU- a n- I 2 J BACON SONS HAVE OUR NEW GLOVES BEEN SEEN FRENCH AND WASHABLE KIDt fey I rS1including J 1 II FURNITURE AND STOVES II Our Furniture Department is attracting wide attention i We believe our assortment is large enough to please everyone We know our prices are right Acquaint yourself with this department and be convinced i WAISTSWe- ve underpriced our former low quotations on dainty lap Silk Waists to effect a hurried cleanup Styles are desirable this seasons patterns and material is the best ever put in a lowprice earment Dont yourself if this golden opportunity be misseddollars are made by taking advantage of our o special offerings in Waists that regularly sold djf QO for 398 and f408 at only CpZiOO Saxony Wool Flannel Waists fancy striped effects tucked yoke tab stock trimmed with pearl buttons predominating colors are blue gray black white an- do red A big purchase enables us to sell these Tj 1 I24150 Waists for only P I 00000000 0000 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes At the last meeting of Division Sof St Louis twenty candidates were ini tiatedDivision 18 of Providence has organ ized an auxiliary social club with a mom bership of 120 Division 4 of Duluth at its last meet ing initiated a number of new members and greatly increased its strength Division 1 meets next Tuesday night This will be the last opportunity to instruct delegates to the county con ventionWhen it comes to taking in the coin Secretary OHern of Jeffersonville is a phenom His place should be with some bankDivision I 1of Providence received eight propositions for membership at the last meeting Nowhere is the order mak I ing greater progress than in Rhode IslandThe Hibernians of Minnesota report a membership of about 7000 an increase of 2500 since the convention of two years ago The reserve fund is now over 50000The next meeting of greatest impor tance will be the county convention Although officers are to be elected the impression is growing that there will be nochangesThree divisions have formed social oramusement clubs for the pur pose of creating new life in the order which are proving very profitable and promoting the social feature to good ad vantageNext Wednesday night Division 4 will confer the degrees on a large class of new members President Hennessey and his men want to get further in the lead and say they desire to make it 300 before January 1 Every member is urged to attend this meeting as they will be well entertained Among the resolutions adopted by the Minnesota State convention was the following We most earnestly request that our esteemed clergy Introduce in our parochial schools a history of Ireland written by nonprejudiced author We believe that the history of Irelands past will interest the coming man and woman in Irelands present and perpetu ate Jncoming generations love for the isand of saints and scholar- sCHARLES L CRUSH Becomes Secretary arid Man ager of New Atlas Coal Company Charles L Crush for the past ten years the genial and successful managel of the Pacific Coal Company has severed his connection with the coal trust and will next week open a coal office at 436 West Jefferson street The Atlas Coal Company recently organized and independent of the trust has secured Mr Crush for its Secretary and general manager and his long experience in the business and his many friends assure the new company which has strong backing positive success from the start Messrs Ollie Crush and touiaDpyle welll known and popular young men will be his able assistants in the new firm Charley Crush was born and reared in Louisville and the step he has takes will not cause rejoicing among the coal combine In all his business dealings he has been J upright and honorable and no man tnII the coal business has more aiauach friends The new company will have a large elevator at the foot of Sixth street and plenty of mooring space at Towhead island Manager Graph will open his new office and be ready for orders next Saturday RBSWNED POSITION Monday it became known that Themes E WngpaoMM had resigned kid position M Treftsorer and fa member of Use Board of Teaeteesofthe CatiioH UMwwitr ThetMignMias WM tendered inrepeyse to a z gaast coetftiried lit a letter aigaed bj CMdliMl OHibwM the CbootUoc n a eat u p t I 11careful1 Before deciding on your new stove see ours carry a large assortment Heating Stoves wade with modernImprovements WeIIsave fuel which lessens expense WAISTSILadies Black Mohair Waistsside pleated front and back trimmed with fancy silk buttons Mohair is a good texture and has a good silky finish We price pnudent 48saleII After reading the other exceptional quotations care fully consider this one Black Saline Waists with white pin dots fancy yoke piped with white tab stock is fancy white stitched We actually sell these waists 98conly00000 000000 000000 IRISH SOCIETYD1ECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meels on the Second and Fourth TueS day Evenings of Each Month PresidentMike Tynan Vice President Joseph W Dougherty Recording SecretaryThomas Kee nan Jr- Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank street- TreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice President John J Sullivan Recording SecretaryEdward J Kei ran Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month President Thomas Qninn Vice PresIdentJoseph Cooney Recording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Financial Secretary William Burns TwentythirdstreetTreasl1rerGeolXe Butler SergeantatArms Pat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording SecretaryThos Callahan Financial SecretaryJpe P McGinn 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilfy TreasurerJohn P Hellon DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County PresidentJohn Kenney County Vice President J B Murphy PresidentRobert Gleason Vice PresidentDaniel Gill Recording SecretaryJ G Cole Financial SecretaryThos OHern TreasurerMartin Gos- sSentinelAlpltonso Constantine SergeantatArmaMlchael Noon l 1 X MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentJames Shelley First Vice President Wm P Shangh nessy HerpRecordingFinancial SecretaryDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia street- Corresponding Secretary Frank P BurkeTreasurerPrank MurphyMarshalGeorge Inside Sentinel Frank Lanahan Outside SentinelJohn Schaefer TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets Every Monday Evening at the Club House 718 East Gray Street CooneyFirstSecond Vice President Joseph F Bell Recording Secretary Emil E Mouth Corresponding SecretaryArthur C LauerFinancial SecretaryRobert GGoe betTreasurerWitUam N Gast MarshalM F Morris Inside Sentinel Jacob Pfalzer Outside Sentinel M F Ziegler the institution It became effective September 1 It is thought that no action will be taken toward filling the vacancy until the next meeting of the Board of Trustees Meantime the business affairs of the university will be supervised by I Waggamans attorneys this course being regarded as necessary because of his financial connection with the university IIt fIs now almost certain that if the uni theiexceed 300000 WINTER SERIES Unity Council Y BL I of New Albany willl next week issue invitations far its winter series of euchres and dances which are given for member only Mtd tbelr lady frfetKis There will he four the first taking places next ayaud the ot1lert1in November KJembtf and January The COfIImit et- 1IIa1dllf tIN arrangftOMMOU MMMisU Of xerPitdlClI rJOha Marti Mieial Roth PawPoatcfeksaid Prod l C P IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges I The death has occurred of the Rev Cormack McSharry of Drumlease Drom ahair It is reported that a woman named Bessie Lawler died at Arless Queens county at the age of 104 The deceased was an inveterate smoker As the result of the searching opera Bono in Lough Neagh in connection with the recent disaster the body of one of the brothers Catchpole was recovered Joseph Devlin M P has accepted the position of General Secretary of the United Irish League until the return of John Redmond and colleagues from America Mrs Susan Westwell about eighty years of age was found murdered in a cottage in which she lived in Hyndburn road Accrington There is no clew to the murderer James Madden an army pensioner was committed at Tipperary on a charge of having wounded two boys named Mnddock and ODonnell at Croguemone near that town A fire broke out at the railway station at Glenbrook County Cork and but for the prompt action of the volunteer fire brigade at Passage the station would have been burned down A railway clerk named Henry Goucher of Thurles was found drowned in the Blackwater at Mallow and the Coroners jury found that it was a case of suicide while temporarily insane William Field has addressed a letter to the Prime Minister the Chancellor of the Exchequer the Home Secretary and the Chief Secretary inviting them to take up the town tenants question- A woman named Mary Darcy of Cashel wife of a laborer was committed for trial at Cashel on a charge that she did on the night of August 20 feloni ously kill and slay one Bridget Eakins Alderman W R Ward of Waterford has received a sum of 5voted by the Royal Humane Society to Mrs Sheehan Alexander street for her heroic conduct in recently rescuing four boys from drowning at Woodstown- A bluejacket named J E Shea aged nineteen while working at the painting of he outside of the flagship Cresar at Kingstown struck his head against the swinging boom and fell into the sea He swam a short distance and then sank It is something of a coincidence that Cardinal Logue Archbishop of Armagh the consecration of whose Cathedral has just taken place was born in the very year in which that Cathedral was founded His birth took place at Kiltnncfronan on October 1 1840 The report of the Prisons Board con tinues the story of the decline of Irish crime There were only249 convicts in the Irish prisons on January ias com pared with 464 on January 1896 and 893 on January 111831 There was a decrease of 100 in the committals of all classes a The death of Andrew McErlean of Belfast is the loss of a famous lawyer and consistent Nationalist As far back as1807 he was associated with John Rea solicitor in the defense of political prisoners He was himself arrested and imprisoned on suspicion and in cone quence of this the Incorporated Law Society opposed his admission as a solicit ors apprentice Aided and advised by Isaac Butt he defeated his opposition and was admitted a solicitor in I873ID 1874 at Magherafelt petty sessions after a scene with the bench McErlean was committed to Derry jail for seven days for contempt of court When Joseph Biggftr was a candidate for the representation of the city of Berry TUcErleaa had charge of the election for him In 1885 he stood for South Belfast at the re quest of Parheil and the Parliamentary party but was defeated by the late Will lam Johnston M P Ia1be revision treetIiul1IetfaabUityand Ffek pork and Teal stumM Ire tfcoc rPl cooked theewjse they are II- aa iadl ll 1 0 Be Gfias fl Rogers BOOK 60 PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIEST- O SUIT EVERY TASTE Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 W Jefierson Street tt8t8 1AWK CAMPBELLS Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forgo Scientific and Practical tiaras Shoeing Horses called for and delivered Canine and Feline practice a specialty JTGiwklCDC BOTH PHONES aaoo JD Campbell OFFICE INFIRMARY AND SHOEING FORGE 1007 AND 1009 W BROADWAY I MHMHMiWI I I 11HooIIIIlIoJi iIllI1HH+HIII 1I Union Ice Cream Co Fine Vanilla Cream and Sherbet 75c per gal Strawberry Peach and Chocolate 85c per gal Brick 4 colors 100 per gal gallons100 gallons per hour Home Phone 2144 Cumb Phone Main 389 OSW to OSS E IGOEMM Sr-i t I01 II 1FBIHIif4I1iI I 4I +I w wrffl DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN I Douotierto s K6611a1- 1UNDERTAKERS I I ThirteenthIrlaeea Furnished for All Occasions Night I D Dougherty Home Telephone 2915 ttfI +M F +H +M tNI +++ M +HW++++++ Gran WSmiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer I Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice ii 700 WEST WALNUT STREET TELEPHONE 810 HHHI + ooooI EATS 1 r Cuscadens Ice Cream 12 Wagons and Horse 4 Telephones I JJ S4 FRflNK FEHR BREWING 60 INCORPORATED Brewers arid Bottlersx10iTJBVILLE SY gg4I3 1IE1KIti lbiahl I Miiiflooii Monument Companyjj1 DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF- ITALIANLi MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE I nonurnents4 Arttitt WrrkOtly eta Wwlakji ail stHSN Ouim lUlj- rWARERQOMS tn322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET o iI J I 1n1n orr- ya GIIn a