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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s tt- iIRI1Ii it oF VOLUME XIIINO 14 LOUISVILLE SATGRDAYy OCTOBER 1 ifl04t PRICE FIVE CINTS i ROSARYSUNDAYwill I sive Ceremonies at St Louis Bertronds The Franciscan Fathers Will1 Officiate at the Solemn High Mass Event Commemorates the Vic tory of the Christians at Lopanto CARDINAL NEWMANS DESCRiPTIO- On last Sunday announcement was made at St Louis Bertrands church olr next Sundays celebration of the feast olfr the most Holy Rosary Besides the regular masses there will be a solemn highI mass by the Franciscan fathers from St Bonifaces monastery The FrdnciscansI and Dominicans wherever they are found I together from time to time enter into the mutual observance of some of the greater church festivals usually those olr their sainted founders In this way they commemorate the deep friendship exist- Ing between St Francis and St Dominic when these zealous men were laying the foundations their respective orders and beginning their marvelous labors which have now borne fruit through some seven centuriesProf Hemmersbach the organist of St Louis Bertrands will direct the pro duction of a notable mass composed by Van Brie for male voices The Concor dia Singing Society has accepted an invi tation to render the vocal music for the 4 occasion and the people of the parish will undoubtedly be as ready to appreciate as they will be glad to hear the work of this distinguished Catholic or ganizationRosary Sunday commemorates in an especial manner the victory of the Chris tians at Lepanto which as Allison says arrested forever the danger of Mabom etan invasion in the south of Europe The Catholic faithful have ever ascribed this success of the Christian fleet and arms against the Turks to the interces don of the Blessed Virgin as Queen of the Most Holy Rosary The following I masterful description of the event is taken from Cardinal Newmans Histor 1 ical SketchesIt to be supposed that a saint Pope Pius V on whom lay the solici tude of all the churches should neglect the tradition which his predecessors of so many centuries had bequeathed to him of zeal and hostility against the Turkish power He was only six years on the Pontificial throne and the achievement of which I am going to speac was among his last he died the following year At this time the Otto man armies were continuing their course t of victory they had just taken Cyprus Iiwiththe active cooperation of the Greek population of the island and were mas sacreing the Latin nobility and clergy and mutilating and flaying alive the Venetian Governor Yet the saint found it impossible to move Christendom tots own defense How indeed was that to be done when half Christendom had be come Protestant and secretly perhaps felt as the Greeks felt that the Turk was its friend and ally In such a quarrel England France and Germany were out of the question At length however with great effort he succeeded in forming a holy league between himself King Philip of Spain and the Venetians Don John of Austria King Philips half brother was appointed commander in chief of the forces and Colonna admiral The treaty was signed i theicowardice and jealousy of the parties I concerned that the autumn had arrived and nothing of Importance was accom pushed With difficulty were the armies united i with difficulty were the dissen sions of the commanders brought to a settlement Meanwhile the Ottomans were scouring the Gulf of Venice blockII ading the ports and terrifying the city itself i JIBsaccearof his cause by armies of his own which the Turks understood not He had been appointing Triduo of supplication at Rome and had taken part in the procession himself He bad Chrlsttianthe war He had interested the Holy Virgin in his cause He presented to his admiral after high mass in his chapel a standard of red damask embroidered with a crucifix and with the figures of St Peter and St Paul and the legend 1 In hoc signo vinces Next sending to j Messina where the allied feetlay he assured the general in chief and aria ment that if relying on divine rather than human help they attacked the enemy God would not be wanting to His own cause Moreover he enjoined the officers to look to the good conduct of their trope to repress swearing gaming riot and plunder and thereby to render them more deserving of victory Accordingly faat of three days was proclaimed for the fleet beginning with the Nativity of Our Lady All the men west to oonfeestoB and cowmunion and appropriated to theiHeelTM the plentiful ihidHigaoe attached to the expedition I Thi they moveS aerefe tthe foot of v D 3n0 Italy to Corfu with the intention of presenting themselves at once to the enemy Being disappointed in their expectations they turned back at once to the Gulf ofr Corinth and there at length on the 7th of October they found the Turkish fleetI half way between Lepanto and the Echlnades on the north and Patras i the Morea on the south and though tit was evenings strong in faith andzeal they at once commenced the engage 1went The night before the battle and the day itself aged as he was and broke- with a cruel malady the Saint had passed in the Vatican in fasting and prayer All through the Holy City the monasteries and colleges were in prayer too As the evening advanced the Pon tificial treasurer asked an audience of the Sovereign Pontiff on an important mat ter Pius was in his bedroom and began to converse with him when suddenly he threwNheaven Then closing it again he looked gravely at his official and said This is no time for business i go return thanks to the Lord God At this very hour our fleet has engaged the Turkish and is victorious As the treasurer went out he saw him fall on his knees before the altar in thankfulness and joy And a most memorable victory it was Thirty thousand Turks are said to have lost their lives in the engagement and three thousand five hundred were made prisoners Almost their whole fleet was taken I quote from Protestant author sties when I say that the Sultan on the news of the calamity neither ate nor drank nor showed himself nor saw any one for three days that it was the greatest blow which the Ottomans had since Timouro victory over Bajazet a century and a half before nay that it was the turning point in the Turkish history and that though the Sultans have had isolated successes since yet from that day they undeniably and constantly declined that they have lost their prestige and their selfconfidencr and the victories gained over them since are but the compliments and the reverberations of the overthrow at Lepanto Such was the catastrophe of this long and anxious drama the hosts of Turk Istan and Tartary had poured down from their wildernesses through ages to be withstood and foiled and reversed byan old man It was a repetition though under different circumstances of Leo and the Hun In the contrast between the i combatants we see the contrast of the histories of good and evil The enemy as the Turks in this battle rushing forward with the terrible fury of the wild beasts and the church ever combating viththeenergetlcperfleverauce the heroic obstinacy of St Plus The Rosary is peculiarly a Dominican devotion founded by St Dominic util Ized in the more signal manner as has I been seen by the Dominican Pope Pius V and entrusted by the church for its amplest spread to the fostering care of the Dominican order It has been recommended by many illustrious Pontiffs I notably by Leo XIII as a devotion pos ceasing a marvelous healing power for the evils of the age and the fatal sores of society by preaching purity of spirit selfdenial and the remembrance of I heaven II Its indulgences are many and I extraordinary t Next Sunday all the faithful may gain j the celebrated Toilet Quoties plenary Indulgence on the conditions of concession communion and visit with prayers t at the Rosary altar of St Louis Bertrands t church This plenary indulgence ap t plicable to the souls of the faithful de 1 parted may be gained each time the I visit is repeated from 2 oclock on Sat j urday afternoon until sunset of Rosary Sunday During the visit prayers must I be said for the Popes intention The day will undoubtedly be one of great spiritual activity amongst the Catholics I of Louisville 1 HOLY CROSS CHURCHII I Anniversary Celebration of Confraternity of HolyII RosaryeI With the pealing of bells tomorrow afternoon at 3 oclock will begin theI celebration of the first anniversary of theI institution of the Confraternity of theII Holy Rosary at Holy Cross churchI second and Broadway At thatII hour there will bea procession ofe children followed by vespers a sermon by one of the Paseionist fathers andII benedictionII pastorIs I distinction of a privileged altar in his church in this city outside oftbeI Dominicans The choir will be largely augmented and will render a special I anniversary musical programme Father I Cunningham has been remarkably suc cessful in building up his splendid con gregation and a great crowd way be looked for tomorrow afternoonII a a I HEART ATrACKPATALe James Hanloa a well known resident and former pump contractor of Jefferson heartdiseasel t walking on Maple street between Meige avenue and Watt street when he was seen suddenly to throw tip his hands and t fall to the pavement and before assist ante reached him he expired He fesar vim by a slater Mrs Timothy Leonard with whom he resided dud a brother John Hamlon He hid a host of friend 1I- ht JeersoavUle who deeply mottni hit unexpected death o- D HOME RULE For Ireland Lies in the Fa BuffalonPriest Social Evolution Now In Prog ThingsnBettor The Land Purchase Bill Will Not Keep the Irish at Home a INSPIRATIONo Rev Daniel Walsh rector of the Church of the Nativity at Buffalo just returned from a trip to Ireland where he visited many scenes of historic interest and sought linformation concerning Irish affairs from sources both cleric and lay gives an interesting account of his travels in the Catholic Union and Times and has much too say in answer to quer ies that will interest many readers in the South and West When asked what were the prospects for home rule for Ireland from his point of view father Walsh quickly answered Misty very misty If the plan is that Ireland is to be governed by Irishmen in Ireland such may be said to be in the far far future In conversation with Irishmen lay and cleric the view seemed to be that home rule as advanced by the Nationalist party is a cipher What contrast did you notice between the present and whenyou left there The social condition has not advanced to any appreciable extent There is a sort of social evolution now in progress that may make things better Indeed this betterment is already being felt What did you learn of the land pur chase bill We approached many on this im portant question It is not thoroughly understood here and in many quarters there are strong objections to its workings though we found from all shades of opinion that tenant farmers are pleased All through the country the farmers are taking advantage securing the most favorable terms possible Will the bill aid in keeping the Iris4I at home My impression is it will not Notwithstanding that the hierarchy priests and press are making war on emigration especially to America what is left for the young men and women to do I may say here that every one loves the land of his birth Seven or eight hundred years have the English striven at home andI abroad to make Irishmen forget Ireland Yet today the love for the old land is as pronounced as when Malachi wore the collar of gold There is no emigration from Ireland in my mind never was nor ever will be because Irishmen are in t search of a country they can love better than the Green Isle The condition that forced our grandfathers and our fathers to leave is the condition that ezista now The land purchase bill will give the poor I farmer the right to buy his holdings but those farms will never be sufficient to t feed clothe and properly bring up the large families that make up the house hold of the landholder There are no t industries no public works no places in Ireland where the farmers boys may find employment If one is anxious for knowledge under this head let him make inquiry I of the strong and stalwart men found in various towns throughout the land They are anxious to work able to work industrious and sober yet there is no market for their labor To confuse t them the more letters are pouring in from America with glowing tales of success of boys and girls who have come to this country During vacation young men and women return to scenes of early days Young women are dressed in the height of fashion and are filled with American notions and manners The men carry plenty of money apparently and these inoculate the young people at home with presumable success to be I achievedon this side All that stands in J the way of a nearly general exodus is lack I of passage mon yTheyoung people t argue that selfpreservation is as muchII lids right as it ia others They feel J and think likewise that conditions of j today will be conditions of tomorrow I because industries and public enterprise will not be encouraged by the Govern ment Therefore the Irishman who has a few pounds to spare will hesitate to goII into Industrial speculation when there is no possible return in view I Perhaps I can illustrate this by what I I was told by prominent men in County Wlcklow These gentlemen wereanx ioua to keep the active young men in 1 their locality at home They formed a I corporation with a paid up capital of 1 25000 to work an excellent quarry They put the plant in operation hired men went to Dublin and made contracts with builders to furnish stone but when they called for cars they were given to understand that the atone could not be transported for three months and even then service would be limited to so many I tons a week The prime mover in the 1 abandoned 1 i I direallyI laJMtry Wee there any Irish walgrairts otr the home trip with yow U J t Yes and I am very gtedvyou have asked that question We hSdfperhajB a thousand We came on the Cretlc and I must say emigrants were w carried sixty or seventy years ago as jfthey were nrthis twentieth century the gijsat White Star line storing away in tilt steerage 400 or 500 Irish girls with liesfcare than they would so many hogs In this pas sage the ship carried over 400 fore than law permits and to squeeze them in the company constructed frame wjwk in the steerage dining room just aa mason or carpenter constructs a scafToM Three tiers high were these bunk twenty inches above each other No screens or protection and in these bdijmanyof the girls had to remain forFeu days The dining room was the bedchamber Aisles about five feet wide were left and tables placed in these The sick girls in bedand the men at meals w we in full view of each other These you eg women never took off their clothes Because of the publicity It certainly is Disgusting and some one ought to work k reforma lion in this J And hln Ire land was particularIiIiIt Is el new Our Lord he church even unto is this demonstrated most emphatic y Everywhere the faith of the peopl is an Inspiration In Cathedral or in chapel the devotion Is wonderful and the attendance j at all services shows what consolation the people receive from their rellMon One of the sweet thoughts of tnVtrip one i that will ever remain with we is the deference paid to priests Thgchurch is just as full of life in Irelandas it is else where How can it be otiie wise No i matter what the oppression no matter t how deep the sorrow in her we have a I mother ever true and this the Irish appear j to feel most strongl- yNATIONAL i c EVENINGS Unique Feature Inaugurated j by Catholic Womans i Club t Besides the class work of tfae Catholic Womans Club the Educational Com t mittee has promulgated plans for a series of National Evenings whieti promises 1 to be something unique in thejiway of entertainments and will comprise both I literary and social features The 1ro gramme at each of these evesiiga will consist of an address by sortie prom t inent speaker in the language of the country chosen for that eveeirig both vocal and Instrumental state aLitb i1 country rendered by our best musical talent while some refreshments peculiar to the country will be served by young girls in native costume- Arrangements have already been com pleted for the German French Irish and Italian evenings while plans for others are still in progress In addition to the address and songs there will be a stirring recitation in Gaelic on the Irish evening The series twill be inaugurated with one of the most popular of allthe German eveningthe date to be announced next week No 1 admission fee will be charged but every member of the club will be entitled to two tickets of admission for each entertainment In order to avoid mistakes in l dates of classes committee and society meetings a calendar has been prepared and copies placed iuthe office and library Miss Kathleen Don Leavy the wellknown poet and club member has donated a copy of her late book A Bunch of Flowers to the library On next Tuesday the euchres which were so popular last winter will be resumed Mrs Leahy and her committee have spent much time in preparing for these entertainments and have selected the first Tuesday of every month for themin the afternoon at 230 oclock and in the evening at 8 oclock a I SOMERSETc Bishop McCloskey Will Con firm Large Class There run dsI Tomorrow in St Mildreds church at Somerset Pulaski county the Right Rev Bishop McCloskey will administer the sacrament of confirmation to a largeII class of boys and girls who have been I carefully prepared by Rev Father Bernard Boland Father Boland was formerly stationed in this city but since being placed in charge of St Mildreds he has done moat excellent work and bybhis pleasing manner and affability won the love and respect of all the people of Pulaski county Somerset has quite a Catholic population and has come to be looked upon as the coming town of that section of the State The Queen and Crescent railroad will remove its large shops from Ludfow to Somerset which will greatly increase the number of inhabitants aadtt is rendered still further important by its proximity to the Kentucky oil fieldst nearly all the oil being tanked there for shipment a a POSTPONED a The drawing for the Baldwin piano tnt Satolli Council Y M I was to U have held Monday night has been poet until October 36 There were atickets out for which returns hadrI been mode ami therefore the r ml1eedecided that more tide pion lie tatcea and all ttckethoMew Rtwi theMeahMHe f r the UatwUome I v AV a 01 F BERATING Stilt the Important Question That Confronts Catholic Knights State Secretary Martin Explains Action ICentuckyStateCouncil Declares Prohibitive the Assess ment Levied on Older Members WILL BE FORCED TO LEAVE ORDER The new rate of assessment for mem hers of the Catholic Knights of America is still the foremost question at the meet ings of branches throughout Kentucky There is great diversity of opinion and much dissatisfaction over the rerating which goes into effect November 1 and there are numbers of members who advo cate taking the matter into the courts The Kentucky Irish American has not taken sides on this question merely giv lug the views of prominent members as they were expressed This week we give space to the letter of State Secretary Martin who answers the card published in our last Issue He hap been a member of the order for years and fully understands the situation There is a growing feeling that the older members should be continued at their present rate as they have built up the order and created the sinking fund and that the increased rate should apply only to pew members Secretary Martin writes the following Editor Kentucky Irish American Will you please be so good as to insert in your next issue the following You seem to be onesided in the matter of reo rating regarding the Catholic Knights of America First of all your communica tions as far as I have seen refer only to rerating to say nothing of the manner Now here I say that it is not the rerating- as such that at the convention at New port by the majority of the branches objected to but the putting into effect of same by November next as well as the overcharging of old members to run them out pf the order Please give your readers both aides of the question Now nanswer OabrdrrulatpuhlhUediD- your last Issue signed by six delegates they were the only delegates in the Kentucky State Council at Newport to vote in favor of the new rating The writer of that circular makes a direct imputation against the intelligence of the delegates composing the State Council when he insinuates that they gave only a few hours to the considera lion of the subject of rerating and had ot since the adjournment of the Supreme Council devoted any thought to it until the resolution was introduced in the Kentucky State Council At the same time the writer of the circular admits that in spite of Landls and of those who have expressed approval of the new rat ing it is unjust to the old members and says Let our Supreme delegates endeavor to have the rates reduced for the old members at the Supreme Council next May In the meantime what is to become of the old members who can not pay the prohibitive rate until a change can be made next May There are many such The Ircular writer says that the Kentucky State Council was held soon after the extra session and before the new rates and the easy payment options could be even understood by the members at large II including the State delegates His inference is that the Supreme delegates were of so much higher grade of intelligence that they in the three days session of the Supreme Council fully understand what no other member could comprehend after some weeks of study None of them have as yet explained how the new Is to benefit the order but con fine themselves to bold assertions that it will do so and when others say they do not and can not understand how the Supreme delegates and publisher of the Catholic Knights of America Journal content themselves with saying Oh Mr Landis convinced us and he is so eminent an actuary that you should accept his opinions as infallibly correct His persuasive powers are irresistible and if you could hear hint you would be as we were The older mem ers of the C Kof A care not for the skill in figures or the eminent standing of the gentleman when it is a question of common honesty When the old man is told that the C K of A Isa sinking ship and that the only way to relieve her and remove the danger is to throw overboard all those who have been on board the longest promisedIcome in anaare the cruise with them I say tto7 emphatically no Itii sot with iwfc matter of life and death but a question of money and principle and so ijh consideration can ever justify destruction of the old and infirm for thatoneyto remain for the young and vigorous No honest man can look his Neighbor or friend in the face and ask hint to join the C gof A giving as a- eason the truthful statement that it haa beep made profitable and by throwing put thee old members or cutting down their peeribie demand against the order I spat the members is Kentuckyt will fJ 71 not hesitate to repudiate the acts of thou- who propose for them repudiation of11 obligations and the injustice on a large class of their fellowmembers- I have read what you say about the Catholic League in the case of one man against an order I do not know the issues of that case but do know the issues that will be presented In the Catho lie knights case if threefourths of the branches in Kentucky are in favor ofr restraining the Supreme officers agents and employes from collecting the ne assessment rate The Catholic Knights of America have more than 800000 iinI the sinking fund and have paid every dollar it has contracted to pay and so long as it is able to keep up this course it is no sinking ship and the agitators of this new rerating can not make any sane man believe in it The decrease in mem bership is possibly due to the fact thatl the offices of the organizers have beenI abolished Hoping you will publish this in your next issue believe me fraternally yours A F MARTIN Member Branch 25 C K of A RODE LIVE GOAT Young Candidates For Hiber nian Honors Given Real Surprise Division 4 A O IL held one of the best meetings in many months Wednes day night and the presence of over a hundred men considering the very warm evening speaks well for the members President Hennessey presided in hisI usual businesslike manner and JamesI Langau Lawrence Meaney James Ken ealy and Joseph Munroe were reporte still sick The division believes in getting the young men in the order and through the efforts of the older members the fol lowing young Irislt Americans were con ducted through the mysteries of the four degrees Francis Sheehy Frank Burke Joseph OBrien John McHugh and Edward Hannigan Several addsI tional applications were received and passed upon and the candidates will b initiated October 12 A committee with Thomas Lynch as Chairman was instructed to arrange an entertainment for the near future which assures the mem bers and their friends u pleasant time The division left the matter of initiation fee to be decided at the county conven tion to the judgment of its representa tives The choir under the direction of Pa trolman Tom Brown rendered the Irish songs in a manner that would put some of the profeWolJAtcbolrs iathe shade During the initiation a real live goat the property of John Holland was used by the degree team and when Francis Sheehy was brought in to side him there both andwas surprise applause The degree team did excellent work and is now conceded to be the equal of any in the State President Hennessey and William Connelly gave a good account of the proceedings of the State convention a SACRED HEART CHURCH Improvements Long Desired by Father Patrick Walsh Are Completed Improvements long desired by the pastor Rev Father Patrick Walsh and the people of his congregation have been completed at the Sacred Heart church at Seventeenth and Broadway The en tire interior has been repainted and frescoed and now presents a most beau tiful appearance The work was under taken several months ago and was pushed as rapidly as possible The people of the Sacred Heart parish have reason to feel proud of their church which is surpassed by none and has few equals among those of similar size In the early part of next year the con gregation will have the sublime satisfac tion of seeing the edifice consecrated It is now confidently expected the debt paying association will be able to raise enough money before January 1 to pay for all the improvements and wipe out the small indebtedness that remains on the church Father Walsh and his peo pIe work together and have accomplished wonders during the past few years A splendid parochial school is maintained which was greatly improved two years ago at quite an expense and all without appealing to the public Many of the parish on era would delight to assist in remodeling and refurnishing the rectory but the zealous father would rather delay this until after the consecration has been arranged for WITH THE SICK Miss Henrietta Kaiser who was critic ally ill of typhoid fever at her home on Fifth street hasbeen pronounced out of dangerfiy her physician Dr Francis S Clark under whose care she is steadily improvingOfficer Lee Mullen one of the most popular members of the local police force has been confined to his home for several days His friends hope that his illness will be of short duration and that be soon wilf be able to retnrnto his post a a MONUMENT TO SHERIDAN At the last session of the Ohio Legislature an act was passed appropriating 10000 to erect a monument at Somerset to the memory of Gen Phil Sheridan Gev Herrick has jut appointed Very Rev DI Kennedy O P of St Johns priory Perry county as member of the eornmLwioalu eisargeef the erection I Us ct EUGHARISTIC Congress Is Attended by Thousands of Highest Cntliollc Dignitaries French Government Denounced 7For Persecuting Sisters and Priests Piux X Grants Three Indul genres as a Nark or Ills Favor PRESIDED OVER BY BISHOP TUBS Tuesdays press dispatches say no event in the history of the Roman Cath olic church in the United States has ever prelates the Third General Eucharistic Congress which opened Tuesday with a solemn Pontifical mass at St Patricks Cathedral New York City During the continua tion of the solemn te deum at St Pat ricks similar services were held daily in all churches within the jurisdiction The blessed sacrament was exposed in the churches as well as at the Cathedral and at the former places instructions on subjects relating to the Eucharist were benedictiondPope Plus X as a special mark of his favor granted three special indulgences to those that attended these services The Pope by a special letter has com mended the spirit of the congress and Ihe message will be delivered to the delegates consisting of more than 1000 priests half a dozen Archbishops fully a MonsigdDelegateeto the United States Monsignor Fal conio represented the Pontiff at the con gress and Bishop Camlllus P Maes of Covington who has been foremost in furthering the Priests Eucharistic league movement presided at all the sessionsThe business session of the Eucha rlstlc Congress was held Tuesday afternoon in Cathedral College Hall Bishop Maes presided with Archbishops Farley and Elder occupying scats of honor The visiting priests and prelates wer- ewelcomediiytheMetropolitanl of New York who said that he rejoiced that the union of so many distinguished prelates and clergy in the great work here must necessarily bring blessings on the diocese and the priests therein Archbishop Parley also said that the encyclical of 1002 by Leo XIII might be considered the last will of the late Pontiff because in it he expressed himself as about to close his earthly career and his desire was to see all men brought closer to the blessed sacrament He also told of the feelings of affection expressed by Pope Pius X when he learned that the third Eucharistic Congress was to be held in New York City and his response to the request for encouragement was the sepd ing of the apostolic brief readat the opening services At the suggestion of Archbishop Farley the Archbishops Bishops monsignors and Clergy united in sending a message of thanks to Plus X and the following bearing the signa ture of the Archbishop of New York was cablen Rome The third Eucbaristic Congress of the United States assembled in the Cathe dral of New York thanks the Holy Father Pope Pius X most cordially for the paternal love and blessing contained in his official brief and salutes him with filial love and loyalty Answering an inquiry made by the Rev Father James Dougherty pastor of St Gabriels church New York if the Congress representing the Archbishops Bishops and clergy of the United States intended entering a protest against the persecution of both priests and nuns by the French Government Bishop Maes question prelates from distant parts of the country had not yet arrived but personally he expressed the wish that before the Congress adjourned stinging resolutions would be passed denouncing the French Government for its persecution and banishment of priests and sisters priestsfroming arrived since the opening of the third Eucharistic Congress of the United States there was a still larger assem blage Wednesday than the day before at the solemn Pontifical mass celebrated at St Patricks Cathedral by the Right Rev CamillnsP Maes D Dj Bishop of Covington who presided over the sessions of the congress The priests and prelates proceeded to the religious services in processional order wearing their robes of office in the church Holy Communion was the theme of the sermon preached by the Right Rev Charles H Colton D D Bishop of Buf falo At the conclusion of the mass the papersbyRev Edward McSweeuey and the Very Rev Clement M Thuente of the Order of Preachers all of New York Bfahop Mae appointed aa committee to draw up resolutions denouncing llie French Gov ernment for its action toward the Cats lic orders lu that country as syggeeted ICONTINUHD BN SHIRD PAD J o arr NTUOKY IRISH IlClCcaaiYK T+iiL KtNTU6KYeSevered re tke Moral and Soatal Advancement el sit Irish Awerl a KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR 5INQLE COPY gc- 8atered at the UNtevllle PosUMlco es Sec udCI ss Matter Uditiiall CsoviilcatkBitatbc KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 324 Welltt Oree Strut U NTRADES COUNCIL LOUISVILLE Ky SATURDAY OCTOBER t rgo4 I i TlflELY ADVICE The Syracuse Catholic Sun warns its readers to beware the glib and unscrupulous book agents who are now reaping a rich autumnal harvest Iu the larger cities and their 1 1environs When a fiftycent Catholic book with an 8 price is offered and the agent turns insolent on refusal to bite remarking that a little more education would go a great way toward promoting a taste for sound Catholic literature turn him out so quickly he will know something happened or else call a policeman And when all is over let the Kentucky Irish American know the name of the book and its publisher Remember there are reputable publishers and Catholic book stores willing to sell good books at a fair price and there is the parish priest to recommend proper selection And we may also soon expect the fellow with the fake advertising scheme church calenders etc These worthies have made Louisville a base of oper ations for years using the name of the church to deceive the general public and injure those engaged in honorable business pursuits IRISH DEVOLUTION The London Dally Chronicle which gives much space to Irish affairs discusses at some length the new Reform Association just organized in Dublin and of which William OBrien may be made Chairman The Chronicle says the peculiarity of this conference ap pears to have been that all the mem bers were on one side Lord Dun raven presided as at the land con ference and all the others present belonged to his party They were men of what the landlord class would call very moderate views but they were all landlords and all Unionists This very fact does in deed give a certain importance to their proposals for we may hope to learn from them how far the land lords as a claps are now prepared to go in the reform of Irish misgovern ment We willingly admit the ad vance is very considerable Leav ing out the superfluous common places about encouraging the union of all moderate and progressive opinion and discouraging sectarian strife and class animosity we come to the heart of the matter when we find the conference demanding the devolution to Ireland of a larger v local government the reorganization of the present wasteful system of Irish finance the extention to i Ireland of a system of private bill legislation similar to the Scottish and a settlement of higher educa tion But few English papers give the Irish question a fair hearing but the following from the Chron icle shows conclusively that the Irish are forcing a recognition of their just demands governmentrif it included the extinction of Cas tle misrule would be of immense benefit to Ireland and of great re lief to the English Government and Parliament in general The same is true of a separate system of pri vate bill legislation The flagrant injustice of Irish finance was pointed out seven or eight years ago by the Recess Committee The race ol au educational system which ex clikUe an immense majority of the people from any true university is acknowledged even by the saner o Unionists It something to have points like these definitely insisted uponbyaeouCereuce of Unionist landlords They rebut following the general tendency of thought throughout the kingdom M a- We whole all Teal that devolution of Par liamentary government is inevit able The work can not be done unless each division of the country is granted the management of its own private affairs by a Council or Parliament of its own The feel- Ing against home rule in its proper sense of selfgovernment within the limits of Ireland hasvery largely disappeared The success of the Irish County Councils in the six yearsof their existence the success of the land purchase acts the knowledge that among all the thousands of Irish peasants who are re paying purchase loans to the treas ury there is hardly a single defaulter such things as these added to Ire- lands extraordinary freedom from crime and a growing familiarity with the idea of home rule have influenced even those English peo pie who were at first startled at the idea Whether we like it or not Ireland is going her own way She has probably never been so hope fully independent of English help or English hindrance as now She contains within herself the only intellectual movement worth notice at the present time Under the guid ance of men like Sir Horace Plun kett she is developing an economic power that may at last allow her own sons to remain within her own shores The proposals of Lord Dun ravens conference do not go very far and are not very definite but coming as they do from the enemys camp we welcome them as signs of grace The news of the death of Fred Hoertz though not unexpected was received with expressions of genuine sorrow in all parts of the city Although for many years ai prominent figure in the politics of Louisville and Kentucky never was there a breath against his honor and integrity The leading and most enterprising contractor a liberal and just employer he was withal a most genial and compan ionable gentleman generous and charitable to all and the number of his friends was countless By his death Louisville suffers a distinct loss and the poor a benefactor whom it will be hard to replace Though long ill he bore his sufferings with that Christian fortitude which only comes tto him who is ever ready for the last summons The action of the Knights of Columbus in issuing a catalogue of Catholic books in the Milwaukee Public Library has excited interest and comment throughout the coun try Inspired by the work of the Milwaukee council the Knights in several cities are said to be plan sing to undertake a similar work Chairman Scanlon and the committee which compiled the catalogue are in receipt of numerous letters in commendation of the excellent work issued Rev Father Patrick J HallyJ of Malden Mass writes that it is a work the Knights ought to have done for every public library in America It would be one of the grand works of the order for religion and for countryt The editor of the Chicago New World hasroi late been rather more abusive than argumentative which in itself is a bad sign Catholic editors may differ in their views on economic and political questions but they should never descend to billingsgate The result is invari aMy bad as is evidenced by the fate of past publications conducted on that basis in Kentucky This is the season of the year when chimneys or flues that have eenuuUled for the summer DIOIItWtltoutd1M exaaiitwd TheI- r tl- a rJIJ I mortar may have fallen out ora crack developed and a little care in this respect may prevent many conflagrations and loss of property Numerous fires have had their origin in such a source The exercises and reception incident to Nazareth day aUthe Worlds Fair far outshone those of all other educational bodiesthus far Kentucky was represented by her very brightest women and two from this city Mrs John S Jackman andI Mrs Richard Whelan were lion ored by being elected President and Secretary Marion county will have an able representative in the next General Assembly in the person of R D Thornbury editor of the Marion Falcon Editor Thornbury pos sesses ability of the highest order and as he is more of a statesman than politician the peoples interests will be safe while in his keeping LADIES EUCHRE Handsome Prizes Have Been Secured For Men and Women The Ladies Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians have perfected all the arrangements for their euchres at Hibernian Hall next Wednesday afternoon and evening when a most enjoya ble time is anticipated Handsome prizes for ladies and gentlemen will be distributed and judged by the number of tickets sold there will be large and brill cant assemblages Following the games there will be a number of vocal and piano solos and it may be the chorus will also sing Mrs Dave Welsh Mrs David OConnell Mrs John Rogers Misses Virginia Barret Mamie Keenan and Julia Kelly will have charge of the afternoon games and at night Misses Ella OConnell Mary Cavanangh Mary Corcoran Rose Sweeney and Mayme Foley will preside assisted by members of the Auxiliary A cordial Invitation in extended all Hibernians and their friends HAS BRANCHED OUT Popular Railroad Man Enters the Real Estate Business In another column will be found the card of Leo P Brown who wants his friends to know that he is now engaged in the real estate business and is pre pared to serve them in any capacity Mr Brown is a graduate of St Marys Col lege and for the past twelve years has held an important clerkship in the gen eral offices of the L N which he resigned to take up the real estate bust ness He is happily married Is a young man of sterling integrity and possesses business qualifications that should bring him success To our young friends who contemplate buying homes we heartily commend him RECENT DEATHS The printers of Louisville are today mourning the death of William Wilson one of the oldest aud most respected members of the craft who passed away Thursday afternoon after a long illness His funeral took place yesterday under the auspices of the Typographical Union of which be was SecretaryTreasurer and for many years an honored member The interment was in Cave Hill Ferdinand Weckman a member of Unity Council Y M I and a well known resident of New Albany died Tuesday in an asylum at Indianapolis where he was sent about six months ago The body was brought to his former home and the funeral took place Friday morning from St Marys church under the auspices of Unity Council whose members turned outin large numbers Patrick Dooley for many years a respected resident of the East End died last Saturday morning at his home 202 Clay street leaving a wife and three children to mourn his loss Monday morning the funeral services were held at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament Rev Father OSullivan being the cele brant of the solemn mass of requiem ForE the wife and children there is heart felt sympathy in their bereavement Monday evening atber residence Eighteenth and Main streets Mrs Marie Theresa Schmidt passed to her eternal reward and St Anthonys church loses pother of its oldest and most devout members The deceased had resided in the West End for many years andwas held in the highest esteem by all who knew her especially the poor to whom she was very charitable Her funeral took place Thursday morning and was i rgLelyattendedPatrick e of the oldest and beet known men 1Scott county Ind died Monday at his lbbale in Lexington wlHrtke had lived for more than forty years Deceased was bornNi a Ireland eighty years ago and hie teeth WH largely due to hja advanced age Several years ago his wife died the surviving members of the family being etlor Joseph She of Seymour Thomaf William and Agnes Shea Col Thoow 8bea of Weetport this Stet ie a brother and Senator James Fortaiw of Jeefoa= ills U a phew of thedseeased The scant occurred Wedoeiday asd WM aUdd by large lumberC from dealt and the adjolttiug OMiaKe J SOCIETY Al Flanagan has returned from Chicago Miss Nellie Hannon has returned from a weeks visit to the Worlds Fair Tbofiins Connell and wife of New Albany are in St Louis visiting the fair Messrs Ray and Leo Flanagan left Sunday to spend a week at the Worlds Fair Judge and Mrs John McCann and daughter Miss Ada have returned from the WorlrlsFalr Mrs J P Curtin will leave in a few days to visit her mother and other rela lives in Nelson county Miss Mary Deveny has returned home from St Louis where she visited relatives and attended the fair Miss Rose Kelly Crescent Hill had as hercharming guest this week Miss Mar garet Cornwall of Mt Sterling Dr and Mrs J M Keaney and daugh ter Miss Katherine are home after an extended visit to the Worlds Fair Miss Nora Broderick is expected home today from Chicago where she has been spending two weeks with relatives Miss Katherine OConnor returned Tuesday from Bardstown where she hat a most enjoyable visit with Mrs J W Shanty Mrs Mike Krebs Miss Flora Krebs and Master Hugh Krebs have returned to New Haven after a pleasant visit with relatives here Misses Bettba and Agnes Nolan of Washington who have been the guests of Miss Anna May Goebel have returned to their home Mrs William Carroll and her charm ing daughter Miss Marian who visited friends here llast week left Saturday for the Worlds Fair Mrs Kate Spalding and Miss Mary Boldrick of Lebanon were prominent at the Nazareth alumnae meeting Thursday at the Kentucky building at the Worlds Fair Miss Gertrude McGinn arrived home Thursday from the Worlds Fair where she went with Mr and Mrs George Shrader and Miss Anna Shrader of New Albany Misses Cecilia Sullivan and Belle Shade who have been visiting Miss Ada Byrne 712 West Market street New Albany have returned to their home at Rockport j Misses Mary and Emma Finnecan left Sunday night to spend a week in St Louis and visit the Fair They were accompanied by their nephew Master Clifton Bush MeSsrs Myron and William Sheridan well known young men of Syracuse are here as the guests of Mr and Mrs William Osborne on the Boulevard They will make this city their future home Fred Wurfel and Miss Mollie Dorsey well known young people of Jefferson vllle were quietly married Wednesday evening the ceremony being performed by Rev John OConnell of St Augus tines church The marriage of Henry Reeb and Miss Adelaide Montedonico will take place at 3 oclock Wednesday afternoon at the Cathedral After the ceremony the bridal party will be given a reception at the home of the brides parents 430 West Jefferson street Mrs Dr Charles Moir 2403 Third street with Mrs Jacob Isaacs Mrs Geo Roser and Miss Margaret Shrader of Springfield form a jolly party that are doing the Worlds Fair They have been in St Louis for two weeks and were prominent at the exercises incident to Louisville day at the Kentucky building Mrs J King chaperoned a theater party to see Miss Nellie Callahan in Old Kentucky Wednesday night The party was composed of Mrs M A Monobau Mrs J King Misses Margaret Connors Mollie McCarthy Margaret Carroll MarY Nelllgan and Messrs William Brinson JF Colemap J Cooper George Brinson and Mr Karl After the play all were entertained supper A most enjoyable surprise party was given Daniel loran by a number of his youug friends at his home 1020 West Oak street on Friday evening of last week Vocal and instrumental music pit and other games were features fol lowed by a dainty luncheon Among the guests present were Misses Agnes Hyland Leona Blaw Clara Belle OCon nor Agues Delaney Josephine Brennan Katie and Anna Reible Mary Kinney Messrs John Burns Irvan Medley Louis Kinney William Blair George Hyland John Smalley Thomas Brennan Hike Atherton John Horan Dave Horan and Philip Broderick One of the most pleasing social events of the week was the surprise birthday parly given in honor of Mist Anna Stella hones by her daeematea of the seventh grade at Si Cecelias school at the reel dence of liar parents 2825 St Xavier treat The evening was devoted to oinelc games and Innocent amusements after which the guests were treated to aft elaborate repast charmingly served by the mother of the boetees Mrs J J ieonen Among those present were Misses Sweim Ryan Mabel Nugent gne olKHllbSybil Hamilton Jen nie llha Anna Stanton Clara MaBgieHartLugandtiA maMNDs MONUMENTS TIM colt iiV Iatandi MM beea aroused to I Mica bee wt of Caaruwdakos 11 n n Boni the distinguished Roman archae ologist and excavator ol the forum who has gone to Ireland to find gut what flu origin of that classic race was The Com mendatore who has been industriously visiting all the sepulchral mounds of ancient Ireland lectured in the Royal Dublin Society on his discoveries at the forum In the course of his lecture he said he was induced to go to Ireland through reading some verses descriptive of ancient Irish funeral ceremonials in the Book of Leiuster wherein it was shown how the people resorted to the cemeteries to sing the praises of dead heroes and lament their passing and to play symbolic games in commemoration of them It is only necessary said Commen datore Bout to altar slightly the names of persons and dates in the Irish records to have materials to go upon for the study of the monuments and remains in the Roman forum His lecture has ex cited intense interest and the recent discovery that Roman civilization was bor rowed from that of the Celts who for 300 years dominated Europe has done much to strengthen the demand in Ire land for the foundation of proper archae ological associations or the reform of existing ones such as the Royal Trial Academy whose mission has been for years to preach the inferiority of the Celt in all ages to the world at large JUDGE ODOHERTY Will Be Giver the Nomination For the Circuit Court dud eshtp As was predicted when he announced his willingness to accept the nomination Judge Matt ODoberty will have no opposition for the Circuit Court Judge ship All of the Democratic lawyers and many Republicans favor his election This is the last day in which candidates can file their notice and therefore the committee will declare him the nominee Judge ODoberty is receiving muck encouragement and has reason to expect an overwhelming majority over anyone who may oppose him in the election The nominees for School Trustee only now remain to be selected All the present Democratic incumbents have filed notice of their candidacy and the committee will make the selections next week It is not expected that the number of entries will be very large ELECTED PRESIDENT The brewers of Kentucky held their annual convention this week at the Worlds Fair and on Wednesday elected Col J Fred Kellner President of their organization and made John M Christ a member of the Board of Directors The Kentnckians went in style and no party enjoyed themselves more or received greater attention than they did at the bands of the Fair officials and the Mound City brewers Charles Weber the retir ing President was presented a beautiful loving cup President Kellner is a man of wide popularity and executive ability and a most successful year is anticipated under his administration GOES TO MOTHER HOUSE Accompanied to the depot by a num ber of New Albany physicians and friends Sister Angelia left Wednesday for the mother bouse of the Franciscan Sisters at Lafayette Sister Angelia had been first assistant to the Mother Superior fit St Edwards Hospital since its opening two years ago and she had so endeared herself to the patients and friends of that institution that all were sorry at her departure For some time her health had not been the best and she will thjerefore take a much needed rest It is more than likely she will not return but on her recovery will be assigned to some other hospital SLIVER WEDDING Tomorrow morning at St Boniface church Frank Nollemeler and his esti mable wife will celebrate the twentyfifth anniversary their marriage with a nuptial mass with Rev Paul Alt as the cele brant Mr Nollemeier is one of our most substantial German Catholics and there will be a large congregation of friends and well wishers at the mass to wish them continued long life and hap piness He is a member of the Board of Trustees and the church will be specially decorated for the occasion HIGHEST POSSIBLE AVERAGE It has just leaked out that Miss Katie Smith the lady embalmer had the highest possible average at the examine tion held recently in this city by the State Board of Examiners When her papers were examined she was found perfect standing 100 in everything Miss Smith is an energetic young woman and her many friends will be glad to learn of her high standing in her chosen profes Ion of which she is the only lady warner in Kentucky HURT BY PALL 0Willie Riley the twelve yearold boy who was thought to be seriously injured Sunday afternoon is again able to be out While witnessing a ball game at Nineteenth and Bank streets be was truck in the abdomen byabal1 that passed the players and had to be carried to his home at 1554 Lytle street His parents and relatives were greatly alarmed over his condition whea be was brought home REGISTRATION Next Tuesday and Wednesday will be registration days for the voters of Louis ville Those who tail to register can out so ballot in the coming election or participate in next years primaries Alt voters will receive a certificate of regier tratiou which titeymttpreeeat at the poll on election day Sraite aid vegetables pat up in Ua O8tw sfaowW be removed from the luM- CMIM apeaed 1n1 D ii rt to FIRST OFFICIAL VISIT Very fee Felix Ward Pro vlnclulIortheaBslon 1st Pathers Very Rev Felix Ward Provincial of the Passlonlst Fathers accompanied by Rev Father Alfred was here for several days this week Father Felix was recently elected Provincial of the Passion is order succeeding the late Very Rev Stephen Kealy and this was his first official visit His mission was to make a formal inspection of the Passionist retreat on the Newburg road wtiere for several years he presided as Superior Father Ward is a member of the Louisville Council of the Knights of Columbus and has a host of friends and admirers in this city all of whom are rejoiced that he has been placed at the bead of the great Catholic preaching order It is said to be the intention of the Passionists to build a new and handsome monastery on the site of the present retreat as soon as arrangemests can be made with Right Rev Bishop McCloskey The grounds are spacious and the site an ideal one for such an institution It is hoped that the fathers will be able to erect a monastery equally as large as that which will be soon constructed at Chi cago From here Father Felix returned Hoboken the headquarters of the order in the United States- ENJOYING VACATION Rev Father George Cone one of the best liked young priests in the Louisville diocese is enjoying a well earned three weeks vacation For some time past Father Cone was with the Rev Denis Murphy at St Williams where his work was appreciated by the entire congregation HINTS ON STYLE One of the new hats has a tulle crown with felt rim This crown differs from those ot the summer bats having the effect of being tufted in tufts The hat is dark brown and on one side are crim son dahlias and buds The use of veils for bats has brought out veils which are only draperies They are pretty and in excellent colors There are bright colored flowered designs in black with dots in the pattern raised a little and with inchwide plain black silk edges The reversible front is a strong feature of the coming modes whether the gar meat be long or short A comparatively simple afternoon street suit of a check ered dark green and blue velveteen is made with a short bolero that may be worn closed- A mass of green cannon balls finish a modecolored bat trimmed with green These balls which are beads half an inch in diameter outline the edge of the hat and are set in a big pyramid at one side looking like the patriotic decorations in some of the parks Taffeta will be worn all winter evidently and often with velvet and fur wraps With the big sleeves in vogue ii- is it not strange that the short cape gar ment should be to the fore again The favorite model is rather short over the shoulders aud falls in points with stole frontsThere is a lot of velvet gowns trimmed with lines of furs and lacesJn the deep ocbre or the tan colors The touch of white that has been in favor so long seems out of date now and in some cases heavy laces what are called passemen terie laces are dyed to match the fabric of the costume There are many stamped and figured velvets shown by the manufacturers but whether this will be a success this season is uncertain Plain velvet with ornamentation of lace braid and embroidery seems to be the most attractive expres sion of the winter modes that have appeared as yet Velvet gowns seem to be of two kinds One idea copies the lines of the silk sum mer gowns very full skirts deep fichu collars and high puffed sleeves and these are to be worn with fur shoulder wraps Other suits are of the long coat and skirt variety with the skirt not too full and often untrimmed while the coat is on the lines of the Dlrectoire A new green fall suit has a plaited skirt and a short cutaway jacket with a short basque A pretty effect is given by a narrow band of stitching which out lines the figure inside the edge of the jacket rounding down from the front to the back like the lines of an Eton This coat is worn with a doublebreasted waistcoat of one of the lightcolored vest ings It has brass buttons in two rows DESAVING THE BASTE I engaged says a lawyer a chaise at Galway to conduct me some few miles into the country and had not proceeded far when it pulled up at the foot of a hill and the driver coming to the door opened it What are you at man This I isnt where I ordered you to stop Whisht your honor wbishtl said Paddy in an undertone I am only de saving the baste Ill just bang the door hell think yen out and then hell cut up the hill like Old Scratch see if bedoatII LIGHT AND HEALTH Material sunshine is a general tonic Its good for everything from the blood and the lungs to the hair A woman who superintending the building of a new house is addjag a sanroom to the apart nests When her friends asked her who lethe invalid of the family for whom it la presumably designed she replied There is no invalid and I am hoping by m atw of this very room that there- may be none We build greenhouses for the plants we love because they grow beet ia the sunlight but the human plants of par howehold those we love the dearest are after ignorantly tucked away la north sunless rooms and we eider tM theylaaguieh- nQo 7Ilt1 tVLEVSMonday Tuesday and Wednesday Nights and Wednesday Matinee ledORRISIN WHOSDROWN1 s Next The Forbidden Land HOPKINSNewTheaterWeek Commencing Sunday Matinee Oct 2 TWO STOWS DAILY Valerie Bergereand Company Stein Kretto Family Lew Hawkins EmpireComedyHenrietta DukeP- ERSONALS ON THE BIOGRAPH BUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY OCT 2 Matinees BnniJiy Monday Wednesday Btturda7 fH1C HIGH ROLLERSBr- ight Breezy Buoyant ploeiix Jiill park Open for the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greaUyimprovwith new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the manager of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contractsACCIDENTI As shown above never happens where DIAMOND WALL PLASTER is used Kentucky Wall Plaster Co ncorporited TELEPHONE 2267 Brook and River Louisville Ky PTARCHERrt Out Door and Flash Light- Photography Horn Phone 6709 Room 44 Courier Journal Building HHENRYf N R Y AAIJIJ PPULSU L S DYER AND CLEANER Ladies and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone 36is 528 Fifth Street Fall and Winter styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas C B THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 WhBenon Si Both Telephones 1090 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed GO TO Ce SCHNEIDER FOR THE BEST Pork eacn- Hams Sausage Pure Leaf Lard Both Phones FIIfI1STREaTMARKET n z 1CR51UQKX IJUU A1 iRY0A2V i TflEflGNDERSONROUTL I Worlds Pair Rates TOOTueiday and Thursdays Limited Seven Days Good only in Coach and Chair Cars 1000 Limited Fifteen Days 1100 Limited Sixty DaysI 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 vestihuled trains composed of combination baggage an coach free reclining chair car Pullman observation parlor car and diner meals a I through solid Louisville to St Louis Nos 45 and 46 are com p j of vestibuled reclining chair cars seats free and Pullman sleepers City ticket Irwfofficen Genl Pass Agent E M Womack City Pass Agent G H Baker City Ticket Agent A J Crone Ticket Agent Union Depot 1 II J J J I J I H JI J J JJ Hi HHHHHJ J ll- Ei J TRACY L H STRAUB I u BOTH PHONES 363 i TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS Cmls STREETShortIIHHHHHI J J J I t 1 1 1 r be HSrables Gilbert Company INCOMltT Stationers Representative of tbe Hammond typeII filaNK BOOK PriNters IIIdIIIBlsders for all macbinesIII I lox Booksellers Illce manufacturers Cor tTbirb anD Green St0 o ZoutsvtHe It +hiifif+ftH fi t f f f t t t t f t t f t t t t t t t t t t t t t t FINE WINES CHAMPAGNES AL KOLJB345 West Green Street LIQUORS CIGARS N Ne+ F+4- I FRflNK FEflR BREWING 60eI INCORPORATBID Brewers and Bottlerssl LOIII9VILLE KY LDBAX 1FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER CARRIAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS Phone a16o 700 E Chestnut Street Both Phones 1180 Established 1863 JOHN 8RLTTERMAN Successor to Mrs Geo Ratterman FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER Carriages furnished for all occasions Allcalla promptly attended to day or night 1119 W MARKET ST PIR M ANDRIOI 8ONS IWAQON MANUFACTURERS ftea1r11g81d RMbrTlns 287 WEST GREEN ST DRINK tlonru G Whisk BOTTLED BY h rJHEN Y c LAU Rr 417 Bet 1bNeree threatV 7 a Y 0 Tti46PW4tt 1140 o or Ll j F J LEO F BROWN 809 WEST CHESTNUT STREET Real Estate AgentL- ist your property with me You will chargesHome Katie A Smith formerly of Gran W Smiths Sons LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reas promptIyBOTH PHONES 1677 OFFICE 682 FIFTH STREET IMPROVED TRAIN SERVICE Offered by the llcitenea Rente Between Louisville sad St Louts Commencing Sunday June 26 Ken tuckys popular line the Henderson route will Inaugurate a safe and fast day service between Louisville and St Louis in each direction and will improve the time and equipment generally of all trains between these points Three dally trains will be operated in each direction on the following safe schedules between Louisville and St Louis Leave Louisville 830a m 9 p m and 7 a m arrive St Louis 616 pm 720 a m and 616 p m The equipment is brand new just from the shops of the mOt modern vestibule pattern and is aa fine HOB any train op erating in or out of Kentucky The 830 a m train through without change of cars will be composed of Pullman observation parlor cart free reclining chair cars dining cars and high backseat passenger coaches The 0 p m train through without change of cars will con slot of Pullman sleeping cars free re clining chair curs and high back seat peaII daytrainsJ t pay only for what you get All train will leave from and arrive iin the Seventhstreet Union depot hails villa arriving at and departing from the magnificent new Union SttitlouStI I Louis For any other information call j PawaagerAgat I Travliag1erqirAgerut I n tLgaiurt U GONE TO REST Mrs John F Kelly Falls a Vic tim to the Dread- Grip The announcement of the death Mrs Anna Kelly wife of the well known Street Supervisor which took place her home 723 Twentyseventh street on castda circlej the toes of such an estimable lady to St Charles parish where she had been a devout worshipper since its foundation is much deplored Mrs Kelly had com plained for some little time before she was confined to her bed but it w thought no serious consequences would follow When the unmistakable evidences i of grip were seen it was apparent that her illness was ofa most sever- character Notwithstanding there was hope of her recovery she began to sink Friday morning and passed away in the evening at 5 oclock She was the soul of kindness and charity a cheerful mother a devoted and loyal wife and a true friend and leaves besides her husband one daughter and three sons t mourn an irreparable loss Impresel funeral ceremonies were held in S Charles church Sunday afternoo- Father Raffo eulogizing her life and character and pronouncing in the presence of a multitude of sympathizing- friends and relatives the last benediction OPENS WITH DANCE Mackin Council Arranging POP Inauguration of Social Season At the regular meeting of Macki- Council on Tuesday night the members decided to inaugurate the fall and winter social season with a reception and dance in their new hall on Thanksgiving eve The affair has been placed in the hands of Messrs Dan Weber Jack Shelley Frank Burke Will Shaughnessy and John Kinney who promise the councili and its friends the banner ball of the yearPresident Shelley stated that none of the members were on the sick list and made some good suggestions Chairman Kerberg reported what was being done for the bazar and festival It has been decided to issue a combination ticket with valuable prizes attached one of which will be a set of furniture worth 100The proceedings were enlivened by a spirited discussion over a motion to ap point additional committees At times the speakers became rather excited but their remarks only tended to show chef interest in the success of the bazar an the furnishing of the new club house PINE SPARK LOST John Tracy of the undertaking of Tracy Straub who spent last week at the Worlds Fair was the unfortunate e victim of the diamond snatcher A few weeks ago Mr Tracy bought a 500 dial mond stud that was the envy of his youn friends This he wore in his bosom on his trip The last daland night at the fair was spent at th e exhibit and when leaving the grounds Tracy got in an awful crowd When he reached his hotel he discovered that his diamond had been pinched Th loss was immediately reported to Chief Kieley who will do everything possibl- to recover it Some are mean enough to say that undertakers should not wear diamondsISOWDERS OYSTERS The Kentucky Irish American would call the attention of its readers to the advertisement of James Sowders dealer J in fish and oysters that appears in this Issue Mr Sowders has just completed I arrangements with the largest dealers in I oysters whereby he will be enabled to I sell his patrons oysters just as they come from the shell A new box has been patented that holds twelve gallons Into this box the oysters are opened and then surrounded by ice leaving them fresh and with a better taste than any that have been sold in this market Mr Sowders has the exclusive use of this great invention for Louisville and vicinity l FELL DEAD Edward Welsh a brother of Patrolman John Welsh and well known in the western section of the city expired sud ttltllnginavenue at 10 oclock Wednesday nightcActing Coroner Velten was notified and he pronounced death due to apoplexy Deceased was thirtyfive years of age and lived with his brother at 1917 High avenue The funeral took place Friday morning from St Patricks with high mass of requiem the solemn services being largely attended i ENJOYED Tiff EUCHRE openedthewitDa large and Successful euchre The Enterprise says De Fralne Councils acceptedandtalned The games were interesting the prizes handsome and the guests went l home well pleased Though not the largest Lebanon boasts our of the most energetic Y M L councils IB the Ken tacky jurisdiction GRANi OUT OF TOWN EXCURSION Sunday Oct 2 Big Four Route It to the Indiana gas belt Special train leaves SevMthMiTMt Union depot at 7 oclock a m Extremely low roundtrip rate M follows Rualrville1YisighIMown1A- ltdereon fltt AWmadria 1126 Ma rlon jttsp Tickets ouale at city ticket oifai ttft Fourth aware and at depot L J GU GcMMl Ageat n 1- n r t n ASIC TO SEE I OJpR r ofLEVYS SPECIAL atJ Aft 1 I i t SUITdFOR T BOYS aSIZES7 TO 16 tALLWOQL SOLID COLORSAND r veFANCY PATTERNSn LEWSTHIRD AND MARKET- n I MISSING FRIENDS MGREDY GREEN Information wanted of Mary Ann Mc Gredy who was seen in Louisville Ky ten years ago Also of Sarah Green tte e daughterMaryvilla Ky twenty years ago Addresss D McGredy 1012 West Oak street Louisville Ky EUCHARISTIC CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE by Father Dougherty The members off the committee are Archbishops Farle and Ryan Bishops Ladder and Tierne and Monsignor Joseph F Mooney Vicar General of New York Father Dougherty asked that copies off the resolutions be ordered sent to th President of the United States and th Governor of the State of New York When this suggestion was made Arch bishop Farley said I think that wouldI thingsdo the President of the United States nor the Governor of the State of New York It belongs to the Holy Seei More than 1000 ecclesiastics from at parts of the country werepresent Thursday at St Patricks Cathedral where the Most Rev Diomede Falconio Apostolic Delegate to the United States celebrated servicesI splendoree closing day of the Eucharistic Congress 3bR services were opened with a pro cession and the sermon on liThe Euchar theRight Rev William Stang Bishop ol oet the mass Monsignor Falconio gave th Papal benediction At the businessI meeting papers were read by the Rev M F Foley of Baltimore whose them- was Eucharistic Devotion II and the Right Rev John L ReUly of Schenectady on The Preparation of Souls fo First Communion Acting on the sag gestion made by the Rev Father James Dougherty pastor of St Gabriel church New York City on the first day of the session the congress without a dissenting voice adopted the following The third Eucharist Congress of the United States held in the city of New York September 27 28 and 29 1904 composed of prelates and priests repre sentative and giving expression to the sentiment of Catholic America having in view recent events in France affecting religion and liberty before adjourning decides to put itself on record by the fol towing resolutions Firit We tender to our Holy Father Pope Pins X our reverential recognition and profound admiration of his apostolic stamp in favor of true human liberty and essential human rights as against the be hests and threats of an infidel faction that has for the time bring unfortunately possessed itself of the Government of a ure Catholic nation and a sister re publicSecondWe the children of the church and loyal ministers and dispensers of her mysteries sympathize deeply with our muchtried brethren across the waters in the land whose glorious record for so long has been geeta del per Francos and we assure her Bishops priests and peo ple that we are heart and soul with them I in their battle for right truth and re ligionThirdWe J condemn with all the1 emphasis which not only the dictates of the natural law but the instincts more 1 over of Catholic faith itself put upon I the action of a clique aspiredi by the I secret societies in exiling end persecut ing the religious orders end communities of men and women whose only crime WM they had male a sacrifice of their whole selves their belongings their facnltiee and their very lives to interests of charity of education snit of the corn won weal of their native land May the Divine Helnsman whorl we today in deepest adoretioB ij ltaUour KucbarJMk king rise up agalaudMyaaUeOflce Mid to the storms erA the WKVM ratabe Mill pMttbs ckn of the Con greee announced that UK neatooagrew tIaeUlvlifllltyofI the eoflgt CM of 1W7 at1Ps La 0 1 u CONVENTION Hibernian County Board Will Elect Officers Tomor row Afternoon The Jefferson County Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will meet in biennial convention tomorrow after noon amt elect officers for the ensuing term Resides the county officers there will be present delegates front each of the local divisions and the Ladles Aux iliary who will be entitled to a voice in the proceedings There have been no announced candidates for the county offices thus far but good men are cer tain to be chosen The reports of County President Patrick Sullivan and Secretary Patrick Welsh will show the order in a flourishing con dition All the divisions have made sub stantial gains during the past two years and the membership is now larger than ever before And notwithstanding the immense sums appropriated for charitable and other purposes each division has a handsome surplus in the treasury Besides the recommendations of the national and State conventions number of important questions will come before the convention among them the proposition to inaugurate a movement for the erection of a Hibernian building and the final settlement of the initiation fee to be charged new applicants for membership All divisions have elected alternates so that the convention will this year be a most representative one EASY MONEY How It Is Earned In New York City by Two Clever Men goingehave taken a lest out of the book of Andrew Carnegie Their working hours are from 9a m till 2 a m and their methods are simplicity itself says the New York Sun One of them enters a crowded saloon dressed so as to be included within the clastic limits of that class of society known in the vernacular as sports He appears slightly inebriated and extends a general invitatiion to all to accept of barkeepYwretched specimen of humanity sidles into the place and extends a battered and ancient tile as a receptacle for alms Instantly compassionehe cries Ill drop it in the old blokes bat if the bunch can chase up two plunks to match it It Is seldom that the bunch fails more than to make good in response to the sports generosity THEY ARE NOT GOOD Visitors to the Worlds Fair are again cautioned against purchasing railroad tickets from brokers or scalpers The only protection against fraud is to go direct to the railroad ticket office Au enormous number of cheap tickets to the Fair are sold each week but they are not transferable Many of these fall into the hands of the scalpers who sell them to unsuspecting men and women who must be put off the trains when they present railwayeagents are doing all they can to stop the illegal practice still nearly every office byepeople who have been victimized SOHOeYour Mother It a most beautiful home justrcome one that every one will soon be singing the words being full of sentiment and pathos By sending twentyfive cents to the Theatrical Music Supply Company 44 West Twentyeighth street New York readers will have a copy mailed to them postpaid BUCKINGHAM The Buckingham should do a good business next week with the High Rollers said to be one of the best vaude ville combinations on the road The burlesques presented are bright breezy and buoyant the comedians funny and the various turns in the olio are good MASONIC I rWith the reputation of being one of the best delineators Hebrew characters on the stage George Sidney comes to the Masonic Theater next Monday for a weeks engagement in the third edition of that bright breezy musical comedy Busy Izzywhlch scored such a hit last season The piece is one of the 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wide side steels over hip medium waist with habit hip and soft skirt have supporters attached This model Is especially made to give a medium and stout filgure a graceful attitude Priced reasonable considering the utility you get from one of these 50They I1 qtV qtIRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges A young man named Patrick Trimble when on his way home from Coallsland was attacked by a mob of Orangemen who congregste every night at a plac known as Dohertys Corner and savagely beaten The young man was conveyed to the doctor in a weak state and bleed- Ing profusely from wounds on the head believed to have been Inflicted by a butt Several atttfcks have been made on Catholics at this scorner when on legitimat businessAt in Mayo it was announced that a public funeral would be given to an evicted tenant named Dar kow who had died in the work house but later on the constabulary issued ia proclamation forbidding the funeral and in order to enforce the proclamation 100 armed men were drafted into the tows on Sunday and held it throughout the day At midnight they withdrew auc after their withdrawal the people entered the work house cemetery opened the grave and carried the coffin in procession to the family burial ground where it was reinterred as halt been arranged Wha the constabulary authorities will do is matter for amused speculation in the district They can scarcely afford to ex hume the body again and carry It back to the work house where the victim of landlordism died The monthly meeting of the Father John Murphy Memorial Committee was held in the Town Hall Tullow on Sun day with James Murphy presiding Among those present were Messrs Will lam L Maher John OBrien M P Secretary Maher Patrick Aughney Pat rick Moran Edward Dargin Patrick Kavanagh and Eugene Leppard letters were read from the Great Southern Se Western Railway Company declining to grant a rebate on the excursion run on the date ol the laying of the foundation stone because the committee did not give a guarantee for a special train Designs for the memorial were again submitted but as the attendance of the committee was small the matter was postponed and the Secretary instructed to summon a special meeting of the committee to decide on the designs and other matters of importance in connection with the me morialAt on Sunday the solemn ceremony of laying the foundation stone of the new Church of Our Lady of Good Counsel was performed by his Grace the Most Rev Dr Healey Archbishop of Tuam The urgent necessity of a new and comniodiousplaceofworship instead of the present structure which dates from the jSenal days has long been felt The work of erecting the new sacred edifice was therefore recently undertaken by the venerable Archdeacon Kilkenny the beloved parish priest of Claremorris A site was selected last April and considerable progress has already been made with the work The impressive cere monial was attended by avast concourse of people from 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Month President Thomas Quinn Vice PresidentJoseph Cooney Recording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Financial SecretaryWilliam Burns 807 Twentythird street TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArms Pat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President John Hennessy Vice PresidentrThomaa Lynch Recording Secretary Thos Callahan Financial Secretory Joe P McGinn 515 West ChestQu- tAssistantDave Reilly Treasurer Jonn P Helton DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Plans Hall County PresidentJohn Kenney County Vice President J B Murphy President Robert Gleason Vice PresidentDaniel Gill Recording Secretary J G Cole Financial SecretaryThoseOHern TreasurerMartin Goss- SentinelA1pjionso Constantine SergeantatArms Michael Noon y 3MC I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 630 Twentysixth Street President James Shelley First Vice President Wm P Shaugh nessy HerpRecordingFinancial SecretaryDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia street- Corresponding Secretary Frank P Burke r MurphyMarshal Inside Sentinel Frank Lanahan Outside SentbielIohnSchaefer TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets Every Monday Evening at the Club House 718 East Gray Street PresidentEugene J Cooney First VIce PrsldentI L Cunnlffe BeJIIRecordingCorresponding Secretary Arthur C LauerFinancial SecretaryRobert G Goe belTreasurerWilliam N Gut Marshal M F Morris Inside Sentinel Jacob Pfalzer Outside SentlnelM F ZieglerI I entered iato for the sale of land to the amount of ten and a half millions Isa I curious commentary on the fable that the land act has been obstructed andI that its obstruction is responsible for theI continued exclusion of the evicted ten ants the failure of the congested dis I JandIlord I the country Only thr millions worth of the sales have been sanctioned It te said the Estates Commissioners will get I beforeIa pace that they have never kept before I Allowing November and December for preliminaries it faaa taken the ConTmis uioa eight months to through threeI millions so that they will have to do more than double work for the remain ing two months Evea so the eudol- tlMtenaooalIJfmUlIoHworth wilt aot be reaclNd for another year and so agrcemant at pm Mt concluded ass be I twelvehCWe w a Cnat nnr I Warners Best English Coutil Cor set This is the Rcdfern Model insuring the purchaser of its correct ness well stayed with wide side steels averaKelengthwhich represses the abdomen and con trots the contour of hip line correctly adjusted hose supporters attached nnfigureDerr9ee 000000 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doln the Past WeekQeneral- News Notes Remember the county convention tomorrow afternoon All the Louisville divisions will loon elect officers for the next year Division 1 of Duluth has donated 165 to the building fund of the Cathedral hatt and school There will be plenty of work following the meeting ot the County Board Let us first organize the social clubs New Orleans Hibernians have chosen Rev Francis i Walsh for their Count Chaplain M J Dixon is the Count PresidentBishop Thomas F Byrne will appoint Rev Father John Larkin rector of St Brigida church Memphis State Chaplain for Tennessee Joe McGinn took the place of Join Barry as Patrician last Wednesday night and his work was of such a high order as to win unstinted praise Division 3 meets Monday night President Quinn would like to see a large gathering of members as matters 01 importance must be actedon Pat Ahern the popular motorman was awelcome visitor at Hibernian Hal on Wednesday night All would like t see him there more frequently The Tennessee convention elected D E Kelly of Memphis State President Thfs is the first time that a State office of any importance has been given to tha cityThere will be something doing Friday night when Division 2 meets Con Ford has some important news for the mew appllcationscationsThe ladies who attended the State con vention are profuse in their praises 01 Mrs M McDonald of Covington The were her guests and received much soda attention during their stay Jugged impartially says the Irish Standard no State in the Union today with equal opportunities has a better standing than Minnesota This applies to auxiliaries as well as the divisions Division 1 held its regular meeting Tuesday night and allowed a number of sick claims This division will make a determined effortto gain the lead in membership when the rates are made uniformTennessee Hibernians have requested the National Board to build a home foraged and infirm members They also recommend that the history of Ireland be introduced in the parochial schools ol TennesseeReports of officers at the Lonisians State convention show the order to be in a flourishing condition Rev Thomas Fitzgerald was elected State Chaplain and John Fitzpatrick is the new State Presi dentThe Ladies Auxiliary of Milwaukee initiated a large class of candidates at their last meeting and completed ar rangements for a cinch and dancing party at Ivanhoe Commandery on Octo ber 28 A pleasing feature of the musical pro gramme at St Patricks church at the mass for the Hibernians was the solo so artistically rendered by Misa Sweeney who possesses an exquisitely sweet and pure voice D E Kelley Supreme resident of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America was a delegate to the Tennessee State convention held at Nashville last week As County President he headed the dele gation from Memphis- Rev John J Graham of Knoxville and Rev Thomas J Plunkett of Nash yille are two priests of whom Tennessee Hibernians should feel proud They take an active interest in the advancement ot the order and are ever ready to worker Rive good counsel whn called upon At the county convention of the Provi deece R I Hibernians a week igr eighteen divisions and four military com penis were representedand with the county officers there were present 111 entitled to vote The membership now SSOOd and with the money in the tress ury the County Board found itreceeeary to levy a per 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