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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ti v w KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN t l til 4 VOLUME XIILNO 16 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 15 1904 PRICE FIVE CENTS JiJiAN IRISHMAN Built New Yorks Great Sub way the BjgKCBt Pleco of fWork Undertaken Congratulated On All Sides For t f Successiully Carrying Out If Great Entorprise- Notbing Like It in All the = World and It Cost Over 50000000 w SOlE LOCAL IRISH CONTRACTOR S Irishmen are the greatest contractors in this country They build more railroads bridges canals and public build- Ings than any other race of men It was an Irishman John McGilHcnddy who built the Louisville and Portland canal nearly three quarters of a century ago andanother Irishman Frank McHarry enlarged it It is one of the greatest canals in the West in point of tonnage passing through its locks at the foot of the falls of the Ohio river The stone work on the first bridge to span the Ohio river at Lonfsvllle and there are twcntynlne massive stone piers was done by an Irishman James OConnor who is still alive and who has built many stone bridges in Europe and Australia The third bridge across the Ohio now owned by the Big Four railroad was projected by Dennis Long and i financed by him Had he not backed the enterprise thebrldge would never have been built The completion of the Subwaythe great underground railway system that is c to relieve New York City of its con gested trafficscalls attention to the striking personality of the wonderful man who conceived and carried out the vast undertaking John B McDonald The Subway is the hugest feat of en gineering skill ever carried out on the western continent and the greatest of its kind in the history of the world 1 When the time came to begin the work it seemed to be generally conceded that in all America one man so preeminently qualified to carry it to a successful com pletion that no other was seriously con sidered and that man the son of an Irish peasant isan illustrious example of the saying hJ11sword is as good as his bond for though the Subway in volved an expenditure of fifty millions of dollars no bond was exacted of Mr McDonaldIt giant undertaking more than twenty miles of underground railroad Who was to build it The man to take the contract must have practically unlim ited capital must have the ability to han die men a thorough knowledge of con tract work in all its branches a personal ity with which the Rapid Transit Com missioners and their engineers might be t u in accord and a reputation for big work well done Besides all that it was nec essary for him to have the courage to risk all facing obstacles that had never before confronted contractor or engineer In a recent issue of the New York World several pages are devoted to the history of the subway of which every citizen of Greater New York la proud On the completion of the work great capitalists congratulated Mr McDonald He is a man of few words He simply HidThereis nothing like the New York subway jn all the world he said I am proud of the work I dont think I would feel any prouder if I was President of the United States The work has turned out even better than I expected l and but that we have had two years of labor conditions hitherto unknown in a this country the subway wpnld have been finished more than a year ago Besides this subway Mr McDonald helped build the GreatCroton Dam for the New YorkWater Works System He is aow recognized as the greatest con countrylwas born in the r Corkrwas brought country three years later His fathers hardworking peasant who could trace his forefathers back to the early history a of Ireland found the land rent laws too oppressive and came to New York as an immigrant seeking work He left his family behind him and he got work in the jock cwt of the Hudson River rail roadj where he earned seventy five cents a day He sent for his brother and the two worked together oa the HIRe job They lived frugally dad saved laoaey i Then they sent for their relatives ia Ire load That was how the builder of the rapid transit subway rMkd New York He was a baby in arms tbea The fatally lived la a little frame koala M Pert WwWBgtoa Young Joha grew ap ap diffweat from the boys of the otherfaarht ties around him except that he was aever known to lie and there was no ladI of ab age or tsar hiagewh8cold tarasM him or oatgaaie him at any of the t boyish sports of those days He learned to read and write In the Hamilton free school a woodea shanty wpperWdby private bcaevolcaeel Wkca publicnj Q easel He wasntaatld with the nightctwa i I liarrad there WMUUMiMIi aJJ r a1- 1n 4 preparation he had for his future career as the foremost contractor in the United States probably ia the world GOOD EXAMPLE Of Christian Life Left by Mrs Michael Flncgan Who Died Saturday Early oa Saturday morning the lastt volume of oae of the most beautiful live in our midst was closed in the death oi Mrs Michael iFlnegau which occurred altt her home after a long and trying illness I surrounded by the loving ministrations I of her devoted loved ones At the opening of the lovely days of golden October amid millions and millions of rosaries I a shower of roses deluging Our Rosary Queen her gentle soul purified by long- suffering winged its way to the Sacredi Heart there to enjoy forever the sweet rest for which she had so earnestly and faithfully labored Mrs Finegan was a jprominent member of St Louis Ber I trands church identifying herself with iits every interest and edifying all by her saintly life so exemplary in the practice of every virtue The memory of he bright example will ever shine over th congregation with all the brilliance of the broad noonday sunlight luring others onI to the goalheavens happiness Selfsacrificing and generous she always had the open hand of cleverness extended no matter what inconvenience to herself and so unostentatiously that her right hand knew not what her left was doing The ideal wife and devoted mother her highest happiness was found I in the home circle brightened with her sunny face which ever shone as its beauteous guiding star and sweetenedwith her great tender heart holding all within it by that unspeakable loves which sprung spontaneously from it A loyal friend amiable and gentle she endeared herself to all with whom she came in contact To know her was to love her and her untimely death is generally deplored Mrs Finegan was a native of Galway Ireland but coming to America in childhood almost her entire life was spent Inf Louisville She was the mother of Mr Thomas Finegan Mrs Peter Jennings the Misses Mary Nellie Birdie and Annie Finegan a sister of Mr Peter Sweeney of Coviugton Mrs E Morgan and the late Michael Sweeney of this citytThe funeral took place from St Louis Bertrand church on Monday morning with solemn high mass and was one of the largest ever witnessed there Rev Father Lawler paid a high tribute to the Christian character of the deceased ina beautiful eulogy gracefully delivered The following life long friends acted aslpallbearers John Martin John l nay James Wolfe Pat Glynn Michael Hogan Dan Scanlon Tom Hallinan and Michael Collins a The floral tributes were very handsome J and numerous The bereaved family has the deepest sympathy of a large circle of friends who can not find words sweet or tender enough for them in their great sorrowthe awful farewell of death death of mother wife and sister Bright asa star is the record we hold In heaven she enjoys herhundredfold VERY FORTUNATE Not a Single Member on the Sick List In Trinity Council At the regular meeting of Trinity j Council Monday evening the Visiting j Committee reported the unique fact that not a single member of the council j was on the sick list The Entertainment Committee announced that everything- was progressing nicely for the free litertary and musical entertainment to be given by the council on Wednesday even ing November 16 They are arranging- a programme which they hope will prove credit to the council j Dr F S Clark made a short address on the local Catholic federation saying from present indications that it will be only a question of a short time whent every Catholic society in the city will have affiliated as there have been several applications lately TRINITY AUXILIARY DANCeff The Young Ladies Auxiliary of Trinity Council Y M I will entertain withI select dance at Fountain Ferry Park onI Thursday evening October 27 TheIt ladies auxiliary under the leadership of President Miss Mamie Kiley IsmaklnKII rapid strides in membership latelyandII are also obtaining reputation for the successful social affairs they give Ittt goes without saying that the above deuce J will be a worthy successor to past affairs in that line LIKED IRISH EXHIBIT Charles Raidy the well known West End letter carrier will atrive home today after a ten days visit to the Worlds Fair Mr Raidy wrote that he wu especially pleased with the Irish exhibit and was crfoasly thinking of caking one of the pretty Irish colleens ia charge of the exhibit to accompany hiss hoese COLGAN HONORED SapreCouncil are Sprluge daring the past week Harry T Colgan of SetotH Coaodl Was appoia fedI as Chairs a of the FlMaee Conjmlttee cad also s member of tfce Coeaarittee IiArbitration iI U i DESCRIPTION Of World Fair as Soon by Student of Nazareth Academy Considers It One of the Grandest Exhibitions She Ever WitnessedtI Proud of the Kentucky Build fog Especially For Its HospitalityI TELLS OP MAZARBTH DAY EXERCISES The following description of the St Louis Worlds Fair was written bj Miss Katie Putnam a student of Nazareth exerciserpassedebefore my gaze within the last week in fancy I am borne back to the grand ex position grounds of the Worlds Fair at St Louisa Very few can draw an exact Ipicture of anything so sublime as the enchanting scene presented to our view In the opinion of those whose wisdom and experience claim our deference the Louisiana Purchase Exposition excels all previous efforts in this direction It occupies 1240 acres of a most beautr rul park and is the only fair in which hills have helped the picturesque effect In addition to the massive handsome buildings the outdoor sights comprise sculptural decorations water courses gardens including the cascades lagoons and the Louisiana Purchase Monument The exquisite floral designs are perhaps the most prominent and novel features of the ornamentation being composed of every imaginable flower that grows The floral clock and the rose garden are ex tensively admired The latter covers tea acres and in its borders are growing thousands of roSe bushes clothed in the gorgeous raiments of more than a million j blossoms these designs we considered he perfection of artistic beauty untilwe beheld the sparkling glittering ever clanging loveliness of the cascades While gazing upon this magnificent panorama we were roused to still greater admiration when the soft entrancing music front festival hall mingled its j sweet soothing airs harmoniously with Jlightedj The Palace of Fine Arts the only permanent building on the grounds is truly rare specimen of architectural skill and beauty The galleries designed for thetdisplay of paintings in oil are provided with a skylight the ceilings being constructed of cathedral glass Thirtytwo of these are devoted to American paint- Ings and industrial art We were agreeably surprised to see our own country with her exhibits standing prominent among the nations of the world Ger manys display in this building is considered superior to all others The Government and Agricultural Buildings are of special interest and Importance The Palace of Forestry Fish and Game and the Varied Industries Buildings are full of objects to delight both mind and sense Among the many State bandings we bed the pleasure of visiting Our New Kentucky Home proved to us the most interesting as its hospitable lulls seemed to bid us a warm welcome and Its specious and beautifully furnished apartments gave the Nazareth Alumnae an elegant place in which to celebrate he long anticipated Nazareth Day The memory of this event will ever be tenderly cherished by all whose good Fortune it was to be present as one of the most delightful experiences of their lives On this occasion the Most Rev J J Glennon Archbishop of St lhon ored us by delivering an appropriate and touching afOur own dear Governor Hon J CW Beckhatn added his meed of coagratu i latlon aad praise Both discourses called forth enthusiastic and sincere applause The Rev L W Mulhane of Ohio after greeting the Alumnae and encour aging their devotion to Alms Meter gave eloquent lecture on the interesting and allabsorbing topic of womans chris- tian l education The pleasure of the day was notlittl- eincreased by the presence of our good friend and former Chaplain j Rey W Hogartyand other priests front Kentucky whose attendance showed their interest in our Alma Mater Music aad addresses from some of Naz weths children made op the delightful programme of entertainment At Its close dalaty refreshments were served perfactlathe midst of so much pleasure we caned seanIy realize that our visit was drawing toa dose yet fIC swiftly day stole upon day and night upoaaight that ere ire were fully aware we found ourselves again at Nazareth in our Old Kentucky Howe CORPOItAL JULEY ILL Corporal Joha Riley has bees seriotiely Ill at hi rMidMwt 711 OWbaw street loc the peat tweWMlcHe ie wlerittg from t severe a44ack of stomMh tremble cad Ms laeatljr+ sNd frisaAi are appnilmi site plttherasalt j n NEW ALBANY NOTES Bazars For St Marys Church on the Kndbsbther rNews l Commencing tomorrow a bazar for t Iet benefit ofthebultdlnflc1nd for Stt Marys Church on the Knobs will begin at the school hall oftthe church ne Mooresville Father Illebrand the pastor of the church lias been preparn for the event for some belts and has per sonally invited a large Lumber of his friends in Louisville Jeffersonvillo and New Albany to be with him at least one day or evening between October 10 an 21 inclusive Dinner and supper will1 be served afternoon and night Wagons will carry people from New Albany Louisville and Jeffersonville to the ba1 zars leaving the corner of State andI Spring streets every evening at 6 oclock returning at 1030 oclock the drivels a pleasant one The proceeds of theJ jbazars will be devoted toibe building offr the new church which Father BellebrandI proposes to erect on the rite of historic St Marys r Miss Julia Imogene Peen daughter ofIf Mr and Mrs George F Pjenn 1302 East Main street who left herj home to the convent of the Sistew of Charity at Nazareth Kyj about one jnonth ago as a postulant intending to Qualify herself for hospital work in nursing the sick hatI been compelled by failing health fodlforego her purpose for the present andI withdraw from the conveijf and return to her home where she will remain until her health is fully restored Ck when she passinherl for the afflicted and unfbrtnnate MissI Penn is a member of Holy Trinity Catho tic church this city and a young woman of culture and social accomplishments Her purpose has long been to devote her life to hospitalwork and such othe- work of charity as might come to her Miss Penn is a convert to Catholicity JosephinHarrington church Indianapolis on Tuesday of thisrweek Mr Bruns is prominent in Catho- lIcj society circles and is a trustee of Holy Trinity church The couple will live at312 East Market 4tourpfirmreal estate agents Thomas jtheaistlBryan nMrtbetween Pearl and Stale streets on ptheI t HolyTrinity ition in the North for a month is expected home this week WILL GIVE EUCHREcI a Division 4 Arranging For Euchre In A O H Hall Next Month At the meeting of Division 4 of the Aadent Order of Hibernians Wedn aday evening Chairman Tom Lynch ofr the Entertainment Committee announcedI that they had decided to give a euchre 1 in the hall next month Joseph Munroe i and James Kenealey were reported on J the sick list President Hennessy appointed a new finance committee composed of William J Connelly Thomas Lynch and John M Brennaa t- Will Sullivan was appointed as choir toorganDr Charles Edelen Dr Frank NortonI Dr Thomas Mulvey and Div M Caspar were chosen as medical examiners for the division John OHearn was present Jil- at the meeting for the first time in a long period and made a short talk promialnfj to attend more regular in the future FOR EXALTED RULER Mr Robert W frown managing editor of the Louisville Times is making an active race for the office of Exalted SupremeLodge I next year Joseph T Fanning aad other prominent Elks have declared for Mr t Brown and the chances are that he will1I be elected Mr Brown is now one of the Supreme Trustees He is a man of goodl executive ability and has done a lot ofr valuable work for the Elks both inI Louisville and elsewhere 4 LARKIN PROMOTeDI E T Larkin has been promoted to beI engineer of engine 18 of the fire depart rent in place of George Gambrill whoI WM retired oa a pension Mr Larkin has been a faithful fireman for many years and his promotion came throng rent William Devan ku been made a regular fireman after serving a long ti H a substitute MISSION OPENING TOMORROW A mission will be opened tomorrow morning fla the Church of the Slewed Saerawenfon Waabiagios street Rev rather William Voyuty the diocesan n iMHXHMry of this atete assisted by Rev Father Bdwia Dracy will coadact tthe won Rer Father Deaiel bSalliTta the paetor wrteadMaeential iavHatiott t Catholiacbifltaaditaar I 0 R7 G i Kli OF At Insurance Iterating Question Viewed by Charles N JacqucsIe OlardI Members and Kill the Orderg His Opinion As To How It Will Work Despite Other End planatlohs IWDICTIOH PROCEEDINGS TUESDAY I Knightsjonedtheorderbclievingtheirinsurance t I certificate was a contract binding them to pay the stated assessments and the order to pay the stated insurance The assess sinkingtundprovidedI j I membersrFurther changes were proposed dis t SupremeCouncil referred the matter to the officers to re port thereon to the next Supreme Conn in May 1905 AllI but the actuary points out the order is on the verge of ruin and immediate action is necessary So a special Supreme Council is called ofgexpired with the adjournment of that body a fact whirl caused many not to attend thenI special meeting nil But the actuary quotes a decision of an Illinois court contractrbinding the fraternal order though it does bind the member The member must pay what the order decrees but the order may pay what it pleases With this ass basis and threatened bank as an Incentive the actuary optlonsj explained for two days to the befuddled s and they unanimously ap roved what no one understands and the more it is explained the less you know about Itexcept as the C K A ournal after three months fumbling jis correcting gives a summary of showing that all members assess are to be doubled trebled quad j upld iflindertlieoptiontttep may a smaller increase by forfeiting one third of their insurance if they die before sixtyfive years of age and all of itif live yToj cate calls for 2000 on payment of eighty Jhangedmerits per monthlypositively no extras promise repeatedly violated Now I am per the rerate to pay for this year 712 per month next year 748 per month and on up year by year to I 1030 per month ifI live to seventy OrIunder the option I am to pay 360 per month this year 374 next year with yearly increase to 440 at sixty years to seventyfivcbut to get this option I must agree to accept 1333 Instead of 2000 in case of death before I reach sixtyfive If I live to sixtyfive I I get nothing as at the age of sixtyfive the same will cease and discontinue And the delegates unanimously approved this The members are dubious they must pay or quit for President Gaudien officially announces that a calamity exists the sinking fund is to be drawn on for four assessments and positively the new rate must be paid and be in Supreme Treasurers office on or before November 15branchea fall i ing to comply will be suspended forth Jf with without notice or parleya fate which unless enjoined by legal process awaits many C K of A inclndlngc Yours truly C N JACQUES Branch 14 Dr Felix Gaudien Supreme President of the C K of A wll arrive in thet city Monday and will go from sere to I Lebanoa to testify in the injunction pro ceedlngs concerning rerallng j Henry G Hoemer State President of the C K of A was here during the paetI Iweek in the interest of the order andII I also to Visit his brotherinlaw Joseph I Buschermohle who has been seriously ill j PlIZ A POPULAR CAMPAIGNER Former Alderman James J Fitzgerald the well known attorney made a speech at the opening of the campaign in Jack son county hidat Seymour a few weals ego Since then his services as campaign orator have been is great de mud iia ladlaaa and the State Central repeatedlyYrvilla and pteascd the Democrats of Clarke county He will probable make other speeches ia Hoostordom if he can spare the time between now and November 8 S io rNeWMICHANTTAILOit Daniel J Heuformerly con aected with Levy Bros ken opened a taUoriag eetabHAmest at Mi West MaJ street aad iavitM hU taaay frleda aad acquaintances to give iwa tdalDaB k a tailor of axp riMiec which eomldned wiUsOIIeaeafnl1 brairasa ss- sr a a a JEFFERSONVILLE NEWS Items of Interest From Our theIIIIRlver Construction work on St AugustinesI new church is progressing satisfactorily and the building will be completed Iin time to hold services there this winter The new church will be the prettiest edifice in Southern Indiana It is of pressed bride with stone trimmings Father OConnell rector of St Augus tines is receiving felicitations from his fellowclergymen and others who have inspected the new structure A jury in the Clark Circuit Court has awarded County Treasurer Bernard A Coil 2000 damages against the Penn sylvania Railroad Company Mr CotlI purchased a round trip ticket from Jef Fersonvllle to Indianapolis on May 23 to attend the Democratic convention When he presented the return coupon to the ticket agent at the Union station in In dianapolis to be validated for return the agent accused him of being an imposter and when he tried to enter the train shed he was threatened with arrest and subjected I to other indignities The jury awarded Mr Coll exemplary damages in the sum of 2000 Notice of an appeal was given by the attorney for the Pennsylvania Railroad jfColtermaster at the Western arsenal here has been notified that the QuartermaS- ters Department will make 10000 sol 1 diers shirts at the depot here This wiltII be good news for the sewing women t about the Falls Cities Col Marshall I believes that this depot should continue- to make army clothing as a better class ofwork is done here than under contract j in the East where the sewing is done in sweat shops An effort will be made to permanentlyCcngreasman Senators are Interesting themselves in the work THE IRISH LEAD l t Some Afhleflc Records Now Held By Native Sons of Erin From the recent showing of the IrishII athletes at the Worlds Fair contests it conceded all sides pIrish1 I selves The following is a list of our leading Irish athletes and the records t 1heyb76Idk g Peter OConnor running broad jump 24 feet 11 inches Daniel Shanahan 1 running hop step and jump 50 feet hlgbjumpthree standing jumps 38 feet 10 Inches ohn Flanagan 16pound hammer throw feet 9 inches and the 60pound j weight throw 36 feet 9K inches James Mitchell 66pound hammer throw with unlimited run 38 feet 6 inches Denis I Korean 16pound shot put 48 feet 2 Ij inches John J Holloway holds record as pole vaulter and last but not least Thomas F Kiely the athletic marvel of the century who hails from Tipperary holds eighty championships and has won 1600 prizes At St Louis Kiely won the title of allaround worlds champion- S COL KELLY GETS PLACE Col Robert M Kelly has been appointed Superintendent of the Federal t Soldiers National Cemetery in Cave Hill and will assume his duties today Col Kelly has been living at the Sol diers Home at Marion Ind for nearly a year He was formerly Pension Agent for Kentucky and for years was editor of the Louisville Commercial Col Kelly is an able man and has many warm friends all over the State He is really deserving of a better place at the hands of the government as he was a brave sol dier during the civil war GOING TO ROME Right Rev Bishop Francis Silas Cus tam of the diocese of Indianapolis is going to Rome to pay his respects tott Pope Pius X The Bishop will be accom panied by his Secretary Father Char trand and they will sail from New York October 22 Bishop Chatard was formerly President of the American College in Rome having succeeded Bishop Mc Clotkey in that office Of late years the Bishop has been in poor health Bishop ODonaghne attends to most of the duties of the office TENTH ANNIVERSARY BALL The Louisville Printing Pressmens Union will give their tenth annual ball eveningNoyerber14 are A J Koertner F H Buzaa C F Blckett H C Gathof HC Searle V B Smith John Meyer William Ram coacher Bea Wibblee Sam Kaater Geo Yorkandy DESERVES VACATION Louis loratraegwY the welll known let ter carrier in comPaDywitbl118wife and teendays visit to Cincinnati aad Newport Wtdaeeday will be the first day of Mr Borntraegers animal through sad ke has the wishes of his may friends for pleasant vaoatloa which he deserves D r 1i IRISH IRE Aroused by Efforts of Roosevelt A Agents to Deliver Irish Vote MonWhofluence Exposed Now York Paper Scores Methods of Alleged Vote De liverers THE IRISH YOTE IS UNCONTROLLED That representative IrishAmericans are much offended by the efforts of certain friends of President Roosevelt to de liver the IrishAmerican vote is shown appearedInof the United Irish Societies of New York The Gaelic American representing an Republicansindependentstopolitics The editorial is headed No Irish Vote For Sale It is as follows guidedbypartlcularly has not even attempted to give any excuse or justification for his support of the party responsible for John Hay the high priest of an AngloAmerican alliance According to the New York Sun John Hay will be retained at his present post should his party be victorious at the polls The selfseeking patriots the weekly organsIrish and Catholic which had been for seven years denounc ing the proEnglish policy of Hay have been silenced by a liberal slice of the campaign funds Graft has hushed their protests and they are now sounding the praises of the nominee who has retained AngloSaxon John as his Secretary of StateThe Catholic weeklies that have suc cumbed to mammon no longer display pictures depicting American soldiers desecrating Catholic churches fa the Philip responsible weekly contemptibles If would be well to make it plain however that those feetrepresent nobody Tint the menwho shadylivelihoodweeklies are a disgrace to journalism w The religious weeklies are almost as r bad It is time to disabuse the minds of the Catholics who imagine that the five paperIsstood that that papers are private enter prises and that in nearly every instance they have not even church sanction The individuals who are responsible for them are neither learned nor religious As a matter of fact very few of the knaves who prostitute religion to private gain would pass a creditable examination in the Cathechism of Catholic doctrine The Irish vote is not now nor has it ever been for sale The sham patriots can make no return for their share of the spoils and the organs whose only visible means of subsistence comes from the campaign funds can not be said to be worthy of their hire It is indeed humiliating to Irishmen whose pride of race has not been blunted by avarice to see the sacred cause of Irish nationality dragged into the mire of every Presidential campaign The cause of Ireland is introduced not to forward the Interests of Ireland but in order that the self seeaing patriot may obtain a large slice of the campaign funds and that his friends may obtain the spoils of office i The man who is willing for his own profit and aggrandizement to drag the cause of Ireland into American politics is S devoid of honor or truth or patriotism This man has his price and he would be tray every trust and prove traitor to every causeOf course no intelligent Irishman will depart from his political affiliations at the bidding of the revenueseeking patriots It is unfortunate however that a section of the people of this country believe otherwise add the large appropriation of 160000 from the campaign fund of one of the great political parties for the pur chase of selfstyled leaders Irish weekly and Catholic weekly contemptible is politicalmarket and that it will go to the highest bidder FRANKS NEW POSITION Frank McDonogh has been engaged by paDYtoyoungbueineeeDillerBenaett Company are fortunate in securing his services TWENTYSIXTH ANNIVERSARY Tomorrow will be the twentysixth any niversary of St Josephs Cathedral of Columbus Ohio lid appropriate service will be held In the brief hIetery of the Cathedral four Bishops have ooeapledf BisbopRaaeaaaaqt 111Ja a o- CI t Ii iiJr x sY IRISH pMERIOANy KENTUCKY IRISH flMEKIGflfl NNNINNNNNNNN Beveted to the Moral and Social Advancement ol all irlekAmerloax KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS 4U8SCRIFIION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY Sc Entered at the LoutSYllte Poatorflc as SecondCUs Matter 4dAletaall CODar kaHeHitelhe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West drecBSlree UNION ETRADE51 LABEL COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 15 Igoq SEWER QUESTION NOT POLITI CAL- decisionThe of the Board off Trade and Commercial Club to dls cuss the proposed bond issue for sewer purposes is right and proper This question will be submitted to the people of Louisville on Novem ber St Are you in favor of a bond issue of 3500000 for the con reconstruct struction of streets Publicity does not hurt any fair proposition andthe people are en titled to know all about the bond iue before they vote for or against the measure The Mayor City Engineer and Board of Public Works met this week with the commercial bodies to discuss th willsubjectbe held later There is a large section of Louis yule without any drainage and a still larger section without adequate sewers the present ones being too issmallc folly to talk of building sewers out of the tax levy which is made an nually It would be unfair to make this generation pay for sewers for the benefit of future generations A bond issue seems to be the only solution of the difficulty Louis vill can never be a clean city or a healthful city without adequate A sewers to carry off the sewage as s well as the storm water New Or leans spent 17000000 for new sewers and Memphis over 7000 000 in the past few years Since sewers were constructed in these cities the death rate has decreased fully o per cent and many manu factories have been established There are those who oppose the bond issue because they do not believe in increasing the citys debt Louisville has less bonded debt than any city of its size in the country and this objection is not well taken There are others who fear that the money will be wasted We believe in the integrity of Mayor Grainger Chief Engineer Breed and the Board of Works but these officials will not have the spending of all the money It will take two or three years to construct the proposed sewers and the contracts will be let publicly to the lowest and best bidders There is no evidence that there will be any graft con nected with the scheme The Ken tucky Irish American has long fa vored the construction of more sewers in justice to the small tax payers in the outlying districts- If sewers are not built now by a bond issue the law may be changed by the Legislature and the abut t ting property owners will have to pay for sewers like they pay for original street construction and the small taxpayer could not stand this tax FOR UNIVERSAL PEACE The International Peace Congress which was in session in Boston for ten days has adjourned after issuing a strong appeal in a few words to all the nations of the earth for universal peace That a few crowned heads and a lot of unscrupulous politicians in this enlightened age can bring about war at their sweet will and force their subjects into armies to be slaughtered like dogs is a sad commentary on the intelli gence of the masses As the appeal I yl all classes ought to arouse I themselves as to a proper conception I of their rights in order that c they may no longer be involved I n without their consent in foolish and 1ruinous wars 1 Tbc appeal issued by the Peace Coegrese is so concise and sensible thatjt is published below la full u tr- r r o I The congress at the conclusion1 of Its deliberations appeals to the peoples of all nations and of all1 classes to arouse themselves to a finer and more adequate conception of their rights in the determination of the foreign policies pursued by their Governments that they may no longer be involved without their consent in foolish and ruinous war with other Powers or in the unjust exploitation of those whom they are bound by every consideration of righteousness and honor to assistt and elevate rather than to plunder and degrade It respectfully in vites all the national sovereigns and1 Presidents all ministers of religion all instructors of youth in schools whe0 wield influence in the molding and directing of public opinion to throw the entire weight not only o their personal influence but of their positions toward eradicating the causes of misunderstanding and con flirt and the creation of such a complete system of international ad judication and such a wide reaching pacific public sentiment as will iin time render the barbarous methods of war impossible A QUIET CAMPAIGN The national and State election iis but a month distant and the prediction that this would be a quiett campaign is being realized There is no excitement or interest compared with the campaign of 1896i and 1900 when the money ques tion was an issue After all it i well that there is little excitement The less mens minds are influencedI by the accompaniments of a cam paign the more likely they are to vote intelligently When the mil lions of American voters exerci their sober judgment at the polls the result will not be far wrong Here in Louisville and in Kentucky there is little need for excite ment or a hurrah campaign as it iis evident that the party in power will1I win by a large majority The Re publican party is discouraged in thisI StateIn the close States Democrats are claiming an augury of success iin the fact that the campaign is being waged quietly They say it means a heavy vest pocket vote and a drift from the administration They argue that the Republicans only win in hurrah campaigns The campaign thus far has been conducted with dignity and freedom I from bitter personal attacks on the candidates the absence of mud slinging and other tricks to deceive the voters During the remaining thirty days the campaign is likely to liven up particularly in Indiana and New York In Indiana both parties are t making a desperate struggle Will I iam Jennings Bryan is the attraction in the Hoosier State just now Hel began his campaign on Wednesday at Indianapolis and was given a great ovation He will be in New Albany on the evening of the 2othEE and will leave Louisville on thee evening of that day for West Virginia returning to Indiana on tbt 24th or 25th Mr Bryan will spend tomorrow at French Lick Springs where he will confer with National 9 Chairman Thomas Taggart Bourke Cockran will speak at Indianapolis on the night of November 51 and arrangements are being made to give him an ovation at the close of the Indiana campaign onl that night What will they do aext in nonIj Catholic pulpits to attract crowds A dispatch from Topeka Kas says T1Ia Key Charles MSbd 1 C a r don author fIn His Steps will read a series of short stories to his congregation this fall and winter It has been his custom to begi reading an original aerial story in the fall and close it before the end of the year He believes the short story will be more popular Par son Sheldon D do no great harm in reading a novel to his congrega lion It Is better than talking politics or abusing the Pope Flirting can be carried on in church to good advantage says Rev M B Williams Chairman of the Com mittee on Sabbath Observance of 1tbe Rock river conference of theI Methodist Episcopal church Good 1Lord said the woodchuck and away he flew What next The Democratic party in Ken tucky has officially repudiated the course of Lieut Gov William P Thorne in pardoning the murderers Buchter All the speaking engage ments of Thorne have been can celled The party owes the peopl- more than that however There should be an official investigationI made of what influences were brought to bear to induce the Act ing Governor to grant the pardon If the Acting Governor was de ceived by lawyers or the relativesI of the murderer it should be mad public If money was corruptly used the facts should be laid bare- f GoV Beckham owes it to the pee pie to have this case thoroughly in vestigated and all the facts relating to the pardon brought out let iit hurt whom it may A special dispatch from Jackson Ky says that Mr Moses Feltner when arrested at that place on Sun day last had five pistols on his per son He was released on bond by Judge James Hargis but nothing was done toward prosecuting him for carrying concealed deadly weap one It is no wonder that bloodshed is so common in Kentucky when men are allowed to roam around with arsenals on their persons In Louisville pistol carrying is common but few men have as- S I many as five guns in their pockets at one time The Democrats of Louisville and Jefferson county owe it to Judge ODoherty to elect him by a large ansey man on the bench in this county or State The Judge is receiving the hearty support of the party organ ization but his personal friends should not relax their efforts in bi- I behalf until the close of the polls on November 8 Louisville and Jefferson county needs more Judges like Matt ODoherty ECONOMY AT VATICAN Pope Plus Abandons Escort and Other Expenses to Save Money A cablegram from Rome to the New York Sun says The Pope is instituting economies at the Vatican He has aban doped his escort of honor during his walks has ordered the horses of the Noble Guard to be sold and has directed that the collection of birds in the gar dens be maintained no longer His predecessor possessed various kinds of pheasants and oatriches of many rare species Pope Plus X thought that it was too costly to support these luxuries and ordered them distributed to various institutions He thought also that the ex pease of keeping up the gardens was too heavy and some parts which are now devoted to flowers will be turned into meadow lands RECENT DEATHS Miss Margaret Coyne a seamstress died Thursday morning at her home placethisCathedral of the Assumption of which the deceased was a faithful member The funeral of Mrs Maria Ahlers who died Monday afternoon took place from St Peters church Thursday morning at oclock The deceased was a widow of the kte John Ahlers and was beloved by all who knew her The interment was IB St Michaels cemetery Mrs Lillian Berger widow of the late Edward Berger died Tuesday morning The funeral took place from her fathers residence Mr Frank Henry 2104 Port avenue Thursday morning at 830 oclock ad from St Patrickfa church at oclock with a reqni a maee for the repose of her soul Thelten woe ia St Michaels cemetery This tk the season of the year when the wemea decorate their Lames with golM rod ad fall leaves Oi I fWrHtea set tM KMtMfer Irtoh A ri s1 SHALL WE MEET AGAIN It may be for years and it may knellnGod pity mewe parted yesterday To our hearts harmony farewell alongtOr must we sing the grand sweet song Forever without another greeting Will I return to dear old home With laurel wreath upon my head Will you be there or gone off to roam In other lands or among the dead Burning tears blind my eyes Loves kiss sweeter than the rose Seat my vow 0 starlit skies Shall we meet again God knows KATHLEEN DoN Laxvy SOCIETY s r L Sire Marion Ryan has returned from a visit to relatives at Cloverport Mrs Sallle Curly of 125 Fourth avenue left Monday for a ten days visit to the Worlds Fair Miss Elizabeth Tarpey hoe gone to In ofeMiss Margaret Newman guestIat her home in Portland her sister Mrs E P Burns of Indianapolis D W Cleveland the well known ton serial artist has entirely recovered from his recent attack of rheumatism John J Cronen the Thirdstreet elec theeWorlds Fair during the past week Mrs Fannie Sheehan arrived last week from St Joseph Mo to visit Frank Sheehan and wife Crescent Hill Mr and Mrs D X Murphy are again at their home in the Highlands after a ten days trip to the Worlds Faire I Misses Flora Maloney and Mary Dell Murphy have been visiting friends and relatives at New Haven and Lebanon John Valla Jr and sister May me C Valla have just returned from a weeks visit to St Louis and the Worlds Fair Mr and Mrs M R Scully have returned home after a two weeks visit to French Lick Springs and the Worlds Fair Mrs Josephine Ralston has returned to her home at Franklin after a pleasant visit of a week with Mrs Will H New I manTom Muldoon of the Muldoon Monu ment Company has been suffering with an attack of tonsllitls during the past week Miss Ella Flaherty left this week for Decatur Ala to attend the wedding of her nephew Mr Martin Phelan to Miss Agnes Dupont Miss Katherine Delaney one of th most charming and popular girls o Hartford City Ind is visiting friends here this week Edward Monohan and wife have re turned to their home at Crescent Hill after spending ten flays with friends iin St Louis and at the fair 4Mrs M J Garvey her daughter Nel lie and her dapghterin law Mrs J C Garvey returned this week from a tenI days visit to the Worlds Fair John B Nadorff of Nadorff Bros his been visiting the Worlds Fair for th past ten days He writes his friends he that he is having the time of hU life Miss John Shields entertained Inh new home in New Albany in honor ofr Miss Nellie E Sexton of this city andl Miss Fletta Stone of Indianapolis There is a glad smile on the counte nance of Tom Casey the well known railroad clerk on account of the arrival of a bouncing boy at his residence 1227 Thirteenth street Masers Boyer and Mills of Hartford i City Ind left last Sunday after a delightful visit Their many friends here hope that their visits will be morei frequent In the future Mrs David Fahey and her nephew Arthur OBrien of West Oak street have been visiting the Worlds Fair during the past week This is Mrs Faheys second visit to the fair Miss Jessie McCauliffe has returned to her home in South Louisville from Coles burg where she was last week a member of a delightful house party given by Misses Isabelle arid Elizabeth Calvin Mike Ward the well known core maker has just recovered from an attack of chills which he sustained while visiting the Worlds Fair causing him to return sooner than he expected The Porget Me Not Socials will enter thin with a mask party at Highland Hall Wednesday evening October 96 Misses Sallle Hatch Vita Byron and Katie CAmfield are the committee of arrange mentsThomas M Barry of the Louisville Nashville freight office has been laid up the past week with an injured ankle Tom says he knows how a grasshopper feels since be has bees compelled to hop around4oGeorge E Mentors aril Miss Lucy Casey wen quietly married during the past week Miss Casey is the daughter of the late J J Casey while Mr Mar more isI a trusted employe of the Louisville Soap Company Mr and MM William M Higgins are expected beme tomorrow from the Worlds Paw We say expected as J a o LARGEST HOUSEFURN1SHERS IN TIE WORLD RHODESBURFORD FURNITURE CO s 631 633 635 637 639 WEST MARKET STREET LOUISVILLE KY a1eV U V V UIy yy V4t judging from the reports of the good time they are having the staff of this paper doubts that they will be here that soonMiss Minnie Budke and William J Carraro were married Tuesday evenin in the Cathedral parlor Miss Budke was a saleslady at the New York Store and is a daughter of MM Barbara Budk- f of 823 East Jefferson street Mr Carraro is a well known and popular young man and is connected with the Big Four rail road After the ceremony they left for a trip to Chicago and the Worlds Fair The marriage of Miss Katberine Hub buck and Mr Louis J Hollenbach wl1 take place at 4 oclock next Wednesday afternoon in St Anthonys church rec tory Miss Hubbuch is the daughter of the late Sebastian Hubbuch and Mr Hollenbach is Secretary of the Hollen bach Company and is a well known and coupee therem rehappiness and prosperity through their wedded life erMiss Elizabeth Lammers and Martin Sergesketter were united in marrlag- Wednesday morning at St Martin- church A nuptial mass preceded the ceremony which was witnessed by large gathering of friends and relativ The bride is the daughter of Bernardl Lammers of Barrett avenue and is a young woman possessed of many pleasing traits of character The groom lsa popular young man and holds a good position in the freight department of the Baltimore Ohio railroad The South End Euchre Club will give a series of euchres during the coming fall and winter The first will be givenI at the residence of Mr Thomas McGuire next Thursday evening The membersI are Misses Mayme Hagan Willie Long Mary Kearn Sallie Scally Mary Mc Guire Ethel Head Agnes Head Cecilia McGuire Mary Glenn Marguerite and Mayme Johnson Katherine Johnson Messrs Scally Riney Nally Hagan Hanley Green Kirkland Head Ern wine Vetter McClellan and Moat gomery Miss Sallie Sullivan and Dennis Keat ing will be married at the Church of the Holy Name Wednesday morning October 26 at 630 oclock with a nuptial mass said by Rev Father OConnor who will also perform the ceremony Miss Sullivan is a daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Thomas Sullivan and is one of the most popular girls in Catholic society Mr Keating isa prominent contractor and reside in Shelbyville After a visit to the Worlds Fair the young couple will reside oa the Grand boulevard TICKETSCELLING RAHDLY i At the meeting of Mackin Council Tuesday evening it was announced that j the tickets for the buaar to be given next J month are being rapidly disposed of and j appuatlonsior I from Martin J Robinson and Fred Lee aer A telegram of greeting and beet wiehes was sent to the Supreme Coascll 1 now la aeesioa at CelonSe springs u Ii n n Annex Opening anditCriticismc Contest Going on- Today 1VNine Prizes Values 3 to 25- Comes eand Tell Us Whates The Matter W- ithLEWS IDOUBLE WEDDING A double wedding wilt take place at noon Tuesday at St Josephs church in Bardstown The contracting parties are Miss Catherine Coomes and Mr John A Mullaney and Miss Susie Coomes and Mr Leonard D Baker The Misses Coomes are daughters of the late Bow man Coomes of Bardstown Mr Baker is a stock trader of Springfield and Mr Mullaney isa son of Mrs Susan Mul laney of this city and is a clerk in the local American Express Companys office Rev Father C J OConuell will perform the ceremony and James B Mullaney and Benedict Baker brothers of the grooms will act as ushers After their return from a bridal tour through the South Mr and Mrs Baker will reside in Springfield and Mr and Mrs Mullaney will make their home fIn this city ATTENDED FUNERAL Mr and Mrs Peter Sweeney of Cov ington Mr and Mrs M J L ffey Mrs George Dnttlinger and brother Jamesjj Lynch Mrs F Mahoney Miss Mary Flanagan and Mr Tom Broderick all of Nashville were here to attend the fnueral of Mrs Michael Finegas Mrs Duttlinger and Mr Lynch will be theII guests of Mr and Mrs Sweeney of Covlgtoa before returning home aad Mss Flanagan will be the guest of Mrs William Conway of this city for the next few days u 7UtACAULEVS Friday and SaturdayArnold Daly in Candida Seats Now on Sale HOPKINSMarket Theater built for comfort end safety Week Commencing Sunday Matinee Oct 16 TWO SOWS DAILY FIRST APPEARANCE HERB OP ifami TroupeIn inTheandBlandDoyHenrietta t sippl Wahlund and Tekla In rare feats I 10hnsoncomedy BUCKINGHAM WEES COMMENCING SUNDAY OCT 16 tUtkiMs Sunday Mondiy Wednesday Saturday THE FAMOUS RentzSantleyO O3MQE AJVV Abe Leavitt Proprietor and Manager Presenting a New Musical Extrav aganza Entitled Looplri the Worlai TENTH ANNIVERSARY BALL OF TUB LOUISVILLE T- PRESSMENS UNION Xtfooa1 zvo SillS All LTEDERKRANZ HALL 4 Monday Nov 14 1904 TIOKETs9 dO Ota Beautiful souvenir given to each co- uplePTARCHER Out Door and Flash Light- Photography Home Ptun 5709 Room 44 Courier Journal Building GB THOMPSON FJ40RISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Feurth l281 W hearses 81 BetkTetephelee 1886 All orders receive prompt attestiea andrsatisfaction guaranteed i t- d o t s KNrT3oicYF JRJlU i n I THE HENDERSON ROUTE Worlds Pair Rates 700 Tuesday and Thursdays Limited Seven Days Good only in Coach and Chair Cars 1000 Limited Fifteen Days 1100 Limited Sixty Days 1300 Limited to December 15 Only tine operating Free Reclining Chair Cars on all through trains to St Louis Nos 41 and 44 are solid vestibuled trains composed of combination baggage and coach free reclining chair car Pullman observation parlor car and diner meals a la composedcarteof vestibnled reclining chair cars seats free and Pullman sleepers City ticket office 230 Fourth Avenue Union Depot Seventh and Water Streets lJ Irwin Genl Pass Agent E M Womack City Pass Agent G H Baker City Ticket Agent A J Crone Ticket Agent Union Depot vl rIlII1 III III IlHiH1 I I H HI IH llIII1 I I 1111+1111 J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 v TRACY STRAUB y FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS Crr STREETShortl SHE IS CRYINGBe- cause She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOoIITHE I CjjIilW9IYLUluounbamwR ma- In Y an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR IIE H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Passenger Agent- C H ROCKWELL Traffic Manager W H McDOEL Preside and General Manager IfRflNK FEHR INCORPORATED BREWING 60 I Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY LDBAXFUNERAL AND EMBALMER I I CARRIAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS Phone 360T00 E Chestnut Street Both Phones 1180 Established 1863 JOHN 8B1RTTERMLN Suecissorto Mrs Geo Ratlerman UNBRALDIRBCTORAND Carriages furnished for all occasions Al calls promptly attended to day or night 1119 W MARKET ST PIR M AHDRIOI8 880N8 WAGON MMANIIFAtiTIJRER CfttiHi RepaMsg art Butter Tires 285 tad 287 WEST GREEN ST r BIG FOUR THE BEST LINE T- Olndianapolis Peoria Chicago am AM POINT nr INDIANA and MICHIGAN Mindf Bu1Boston ANB ALL POINTS EAST Information cheerfully furnished on O4IftJJlgIff J OteeG J AttPaatt t- Xr iJ AUGUST JOHN OETKEN BROS 1 NEW GROCERY MMMMM v MMYaMU1MMM Sixth and Kentucky Sts Fresh Meats Vegetables Fruits and a full line of Fine Groceries GIVE US A TRIAL DRINK fldfirilU f 6- WIIISKU BOTTLED BY HENRY C LAUER 407 East Jefferson Street TELEPHONE 1140 IMPROVED TRAIN SERVICE Offered by the Hesdersoa Route Betweea Louisville sad St Lasts 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 daily trains will be operated in each direction on the following safe schedules between Louisville and St Louis Leave Louisville 830 am 9 pm and 7 am arrive St Louis 616 p1 79011 a m and 616 p m The equipment is brand new just from thuhopsof the most modern vestibule pattern and is as fine aa on any train op crating in or out of Kentucky The 830 am train through without change of cars will be composed of Pullman observation parlor cars free reclining chair cars dining cars and high back seat passenger coaches The 9 put train through without change of caws will con slat of Pullman sleeping cars free reclining chair cars and high back seat pea senger coachps The dining cars on day trains will serve steak a Jaouteoup- ay only for what you get All trains will leave from and arrive in the Seveathstreet Union depot Louis ville arriving at and departiag Sromthe magnificent new Union Station St Louis Poi any other information call upon RM WomiMk City Paaceoger Agent 280 Foortb avenue Louisville or F GCfBBniagham Traveling Passenger Agent 904 North d18t14o r o FOR BOND ISSUE Board of Trade Approves the Pending Ordinance For More Sewers At a meeting of the Board of Trade held oa Wednesday the subject of a bend issue was fully discussed and little opposition was developed The only opposi tion came from F C Nunemacher A J Brandeis and W B Belknap All the leading members of the boardexcept these three agreed that the city was badly in need of sewers and that the only way to secure the construction was through a bond issue of 3500000 Of this sum 500000 is to be used for street reconstruction The committee appointed to investigate the bond issue and to con fer with the Mayor was made up of Theodore Ahrens President of the board Alvah L Terry and J W Kennedy This committee made a report fully approving the pending ordinance and recommend proposition was read a vote was taken and the proposition was carried The action of the Board of Trade will no doubt have a good effect in carrying the measure TRIBUTE TO EDITORS Pope Pius In Recent Address Shows Himself Friend of the Journalists There is no more sublime mission in the world than that of a true newspaper man Ihave blessed the symbol of your profession as my predecessor blessed the swords and other weapons of Chris tian warriors and I deem myself fortun ate to be permitted to ask the blessing of Heaven upon the pen of a Catholic writer The Pope delivered these words when he received Signor Razetti a Roman ed itor one day last week putdownCatholic readers and the reporter was using an American fountain pen The Pope had never seen one of that sort and examined it closely Very interesting he said and very important for the wel fare of the nations Then the Pope blessed the pen and returning it to Signor Razetti made the observations above quoted The Popes appreciated as well as Catholic writers ENTERS THE MONASTERY On the eve of the election Sir Wilfred Lauders favorite nephew Romauld Lau rier whose father is the member of Parliament for 1Assomption left the world andentered the Dominican monastery at St Hyacinthe He is only twentyfour years old a brilliant student in medicine at Laval University and possessed of a fine baritone voice- TURKEY AT THE VATICAN Diplomatic relations will be established soon between Turkey and the Vatican under the auspices of the Kaiser France ceasing to represent the Vatican at Constantinople The Sultan has con ferred the grand Cordon of the Order of the Medjidie upon Cardinal Merry del Val the Papal Secretary of State and on Cardinal Gotti ELECTOR ALREADY The Democrats are to have at least one electoral vote from California no matter how the voters cast their ballots Frank Marion Smith one of the Republican nominees for elector is not a voting citi zen He is known as the Borax King of Death Valley but be has no more right to bean elector than the deceased Akhoond of Swat Smith was nominated at the Republican convention with due formality He is interested in a high pro tective tariff because boracic acid is one of the articles on the protected list It was estimated that he would give at least 5000 to the Republican campaign fund It has been ascertained that Smith is not on any register as a citizen of California and registration has dosed His home is supposedly in Oakland although he runs an automobile around New York He has also twentymule teams at theSt Louis Fair to advertise his borax mine- sENTERTAINED A delegation of Boston Knights of Columbus on their way home from the Worlds Fair were entertained by the local Knights Thursday evening a reception and dance being given at the Galt House in their honor Spalding Cole man Matt J Winn Charles F Lucas P H Callahan and D F Murphy composed the Reception Committ- eeOLDFASHIONED MOTHER That oldfashioned motherone in all the world the law of whose life was love one who was the divinity of our infancy and the sacred presence in the shrine of our first earthly workship one whose heart is far below the frost that gathers so thickly on her brow one to whom we never grow old but in the manhoods strength or the grave council are children still one who welcomed us coming blest ua going and never forgets usneveri And when in some cheat some drawer soave corner she finds a garment or a toy that once was ours how does she weep as she thinks we may be suffering or 8I1dDoea the battle of life drift the wanderer to the old homestead at last Her hand is upon his shoulder her dim and faded eyes are kindled with something of the light of other days M she pHIl upon his br9wftBeof stout heart my son No harm can reach you here But sometimes that arm chair is set against the wall the corner U vacant or aooothers awl they seek the dear old occupant in the graveyard God grant you Mver have Pray dJwillredets pdsU ff Try tM II co mYOU EXPECTTO A PIANO IN THE NEXT YEAR IT WILL BE THE HEIGHT OF- EXTRAVAGANCE NOT TO B- OYNOW OUR PRICES ARE LOWER THAN THEY HAVE BEEN BEFORE IN MANY YEARS WE MANUFACTURE BOTH PIANOS AND ORGANS AND CAN SAVE YOU ONE PROFIT WILL PAY YOU TO INVESTIGATE EASY TERNS D1 H I BALDWIN 00 529531 FOURTH AVE BALDWIN ELLINGTON VALLEY GEM HOWARD and HAMILTON PIANOS LEO F BROWN 809 WEST CHESTNUT STREET Real Estate Agent List your property with me You will get good returns with small charges Home Phone 3698 Katie A SmithFormerly of Gran W Smiths Sons LADY EMBALMER Washing and dressing ladies and chil dren a specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reasonable prices All calls answered promptly day or night Both phones 1677 Office 652 Fifth Street HOLLYS PILE CURE Cures any and all kinds of piles Cure guaranteed or money refunded Mail orders receive prompt attention If your druggist has not got it order from Holly Bros 2324 W Walnut St Louisville Ky HOUSEHOLDHINTS Spring biliousness is the natural result of winter gormandizing- A hot bath is the timehonored remedy for a child in convulsions Coldness of feet and limbs is almost in variably an evidence of indigestion Lemon juice will remove dandruff and Is good for the scalp Neuralgia is the cryit of a hungry nerve for better blood Good furniture polish is made of one third turpentine and twothirds sweet oilParsley eaten with vinegar will remove the unpleasant effect that onions have on the breath- Clothespins boiled a few minutes and quickly dried once or twice a month become more durable Always make starch with soapy water which will give a better gloss to the linen and prevent the irons from sticking- It is a good plan to burn pine tar occa sionally in a sick room as it is an excel lent disinfectant and it also induces sleep It If sheets or tablecloths are wrung by putting the selvage through the wringer the edges will not curl up and they will iron much easier A lamp expert recommends cheese cloth for wiping lamps and adds Never use scissors to trim a wick A visiting card is one of the best trimmers When anything has been spilled on the stove or milk has boiled over and a suf focating smoke arises sprinkle the spot with salt and it will quirky disappear One of the best remedies for obesity is to eat only one thing at a meal It does not matter greatly what this one thing is whether it is any one kind of fruit or anyone grain The prescription is eat one article only at one meal A trained nurse suggests substituting for the familiar powder puff used after the babys bath a piece of absorbent cotton Discard for a fresh piece as often as required ETIQUETTE A gentleman always rises from his chair when a lady enters or leaves the roomOn a maaa visiting card only titles that indicate a rank or profession for life should be need At a ball one may mot refuse a certain dance to one gentleman and then dance it wlthaaotlier A letter to a married women Is directed with her husbands same or initials and her ownas MnCThpnuw R Glbba or MIIR Gibbs On formal oeoaaioafl so napkin nag appear oa the table and the sapkia k wed but the oust Att1eJtetH diner- t1teJi8pkiaUotteoi soiled aixwld be placed la the nag toMMed again at breakfast or lau c hw G a IK Loving Memory of HMclt J Lwccy Died October 13 T903 TO MOTHER Its the 13th of October mother Wipe those sad tears away Our own dear angel Paddy Went to heaven one year today God loved him best dear mother He said suffer and come to me While we suffer his toes alone We offer our cross to thee Let us take you to our hearts dear mother And fill his place with pride We will please him mother darling To have us at your side Together ve will wander Through the narrow aisles of strife Until our own dear Paudy Joins us in eternal life Resign us our Heavenly Father To bear this cross with love And one day reunite us With him in heaven above LOVING CHILDREN FAVOR MERGER Division I A O H Pavors Consolidation of the Pour Divisions Division 1 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians held a fairly well attended meeting Tuesday evening The visiting committee reported Dan Sullivan and Patrolman John Dolan on the sick list Quite a debate was held on the subject of merging the four local divisions into one large one it being the nearly unani mous opinion of those present that the consolidation would be the best thing for the order President Mike Tynan appointed James Barry Peter Cusick and John Mulloy to visit the other three divisions and ascertain the different opinions and ideas on this subject Dr Charles Edelen was chosen as medical ex aminer for the division WHAT THE WORLD WANTS Men who can not be bought Men who put character above wealth Men who see the divine in the com monMen who will not lose their individuality in a crowd Men who will be as honest in small things as in great things Men whose ambitions are not confined to their owu selgah desires Men who are not afraid to take chances who are not afraid of failure Men who are larger than their bust ness who overtop their vocation Men who will not have one brand of honesty for business purposes and another for private life Statesmen who will not pack caucuses pull wires or be influenced in their policy by personal motives Men who are true to their friends through good report and evil report in prosperityMen shrewd ness sharpness cunning and long bead edness are thebest qualities for winning successLawyers who will not persuade clients to bring suits merely to squeeze fees out of them when they know very well that they have no chance of winning There are three classes of womenIOneWomen who want TwoWomen who do kissedThreeWomen who look as though they would like to be kissed but wpnt let men kiss them The first men kiss the second they do not kiss the third they marry MOODS OF THE MOON A clear moon indicates frost A dull looking moon means rain A single halo around the moon hull cafes a storm If the moon looks high cold weather may be expected- If the moon looks down warm weather is promisedThe moon on her back always in dicates wet weather A double halo around the moon means very boisterous weathe- rOPENING DANCE The Nonpariel Club will inaugurate their fall and winter series with an open lug dance at the New Athletic Club Wednesday evening October 26 FATHER AND MOTHER They are left alone In the dear old home After so many years When the house was full of frolic and fun Of childish laughter and tears They are left alonel they twoonce morel Beginning life over again Just as they did in the days of yore Before they were nine or ten And the table is set for two these days The children went one by one Away from home on their separate ways When the childhood days were done How healthily hungry they ned to bet What romping they used to dot And mothernow weepingcan hardly see Toset the table for two They used to gather around the fire While someone would read aloud But whether at study or work or play Twu a loving sad merry crowd And now they are two that gather there At evening to read or sear And it seems almost too much to bear When they think of the tag ago Ah well ah well tis the way of the world I Children May bat a little while And then into other scenes are whirled Where other homes beguile But it matters sot how far they roam Their heart are fond and true Aad theres sever a homelike the dea old borne Where the table k set for two Charcoal stele of wheat lathe best farm of vegetable charcoal Do you sttbeerlbe oc borrow your paler 0- a0 PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TExEPHONE 1t3sOI Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts DRINK r Hofbrau Pilsener1 Beer BREWED BY SENNACKERMAN BRE Yc tIlQ COMPANYINCORPORATED TELEPHONE 482 xOUX8VXxxm KY Cumb Phone Main 1913 Home Phone 1913 ETHI- CGeo J s WiedemannBRBWINGCOMPANYS 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 ASK FOR Diersens Celebrated Cream Beer Telephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN K OERTELBUTC- HERTOWN 1 BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN B5 PRANK WALTKRS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone aopa LOUISVILLE KY H HUM + HK + It FINE WINES CHAMPAGNES AL KOLJB345 West Green Street LIQUORS GIG Pall and Winter styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas MANHATTAN RESTAURANT OTTO E YENT Proprietor Good Square Meal For 20 Cents OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 W Jefferson Street HENRY ftAIJIJ PULS DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Cents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone atf as 528 Fifth Street ACCIDENT As shown above never happens where DIAMOND WALL PLASTER is used Kentuckyk Wall Plastir Co RGerpo- ratTELEPHONIS2267 Irkaalit Ricerl Louisvllli KyJ njIfCJ i QO TO i Pioneer Bottling House FO- RSTRAIGHT WHISKIESIr rr BIG JUG AT DOOR JaI jxajxror5113 WEST BROADWAY near Union Stupor HEEEMANN BEOS r IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street WINES LIQUORS MRS VALS SALOONVAL Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock X49 W GREEN EaT Worlds Fair Short Line Southern Railway FORTYTHREE MILES THE SHORTEST ifefc WO FASTESTANDBESTTOTHETbe LOOK AT THE SCHEDULE arriveStRailwayStandard changeLeave throughtrain recliningchairnection in Union Station at St Louis with Wabash suburban service direct to the Worlds Fair grounds ROUND TRIP EXCURSION RATES FROM LOUISVILLE 13 good returning until December 15 1904 11 good returning in sixty days daysTicketsrates tT coach excursion tickets oil iucinylveduring goodreturulng TicketAgentA J Crone Depot Ticket Agent Seventh HungerfortAssistantGeneral Lii iiiIIi w uu- rsr I IRJ U A1UJQRJCANw 9H 5th rteANNIVER8AQYSALE 2E THE BIO STORE Another year has been added to the fame of the BIG STORE We are now celebrating our Fifth Anniversary by offering to our generous patrons special anni versary offerings in all our departments CLOTHING FURNISHINGS and HATS Come and help our h celebration and profit by it THE BIG STOREMIL- TON M MARBLESTONE CO 424 to 434 St Fourth and I 4 4 I I zr I Iz+loiIooJ I 1 1 l HIt L DAINTY IYTYI t OF OUR JEWELRY MAKES FIT FOR THE QUEEN- But you neednt pay a royal price We bave lots of pretty thing that dont cost much and are now the latest novelties and designs in Watches Diamonds Necklaces Pendants SignetRingsCome to our store if you want the newest and best things in the jewelry line Holiday goods now in and will be reserved on part payment Old gold or silver bought or exchanged r ItIWest 530 Market l IJ H BRUNN1 IoJ I I 1 I I I 11 I 11111001 I I I I I Market 530 I I II I t t t t t t Santa Out of Work The patron saint of the children will be relieved of a large burden this winter By special arrangement with him we will give to persons saving 100 tags from MOTHERS BREADand presenting them to us after December 1 a FREE6iiiaway tt It Jn1HHI HHHIHIII1 1 H4 3 02 Good package roast great per 1 Home Phone 1313 smlr W MARI J r SrREET- ItI 1 I I I I I I 1 I I 1 II I 1 I+ H I I I 1 I 11 JuIH I 1 I IJJ EVERYBODY Cuscadens Ice Cream 12 Wagons and Horses 4 Telephones i2 n nc 0000000000VVVVVVVvVV CHAWK CAMPBELL Veterinary Infirmary and Shooing Forge Scientific and Practical Hone Horses called for and delivered Canine and Feline pmctlcea specialty 1 I tt + It It it IPsItAYco+ r FMS ETi3affldtJbS 1 230232 W MAIN STREETL- OUISVILLE KY hFFt t it1F1 +t 44it + +1iFf IVt WestII EVEN showing prettiest West Claus special my rto order Ib Norse Shoeing It Market t nooom SOC COFFEEMULLOY 1ROASTERE ItJn1XH EATS JDllempbellL Neci =dPnsifeetEducates Young R For BtabuM Good EfapfoyHwet sari Saccm di J MIX Mwag rmn rwu IHTMHIATWM k oa1 1 I Haiei Nte ulfIu E lII6iv LlllYlltIYI Business Co11gM iI 0- w n n r ivy eee ee J BACON SONS I c C an Castor Cloth Jackets new Tourist style Ladles Castor Covert Cloth Coat length with coat sleeves with cuffs half belt and 8I1Uuplalted back with half belt loose front with two breast This nobby coat will look nice alteland two outside pockets sleeves have cuffs and l Ladles Black Coats balf front Extra quality Tan Covert Cloth Coat plaited back and back with belt extending to the tram new with belt X length and has collar new sleeves with cuffs with cuffs heavy satin lined value ofand satinlined throughout The designing I Mannish Cloth Tourist Coats for Covert Cloth material that wears well length collarless neck and belt piped with satin made in castor color loose front and back with trimmed With fancy metal buttons 750 would be none inverted back coat has collar new sleeves with LVS HIBERNIANS They Have Been Doingt the Past Weekacneral- News Notes Washington Hibernians are urging the teaching of Irish history in all the district parocbiallichools The delegates from the various Provi dence divisions to the St Patricks day convention have met and organized There are forty divisions of the Ladies Auxiliary in Suffolk county which includes Boston The membership is abou 2000Division 9 of St Paul the second or third largest In Minnesota has the proud record of not having had a death in two years Utica Hibernians have already gone to work making preparations for the New York State convention to be held tber in 1006 The is flourishing in Washington and at the recent State convention the principal cities and towns were well Now that the cool evenings are with us it is the duty of every member of the order to get new material for numerous initiationsDuring the past two years the member ship of the Buffalo divisions increased about 300 and two new divisions were organized in Erie county Buffalo Hibernians will have either Bishop Spalding or Bourke Cockran for the principal speaker at their annual Robert Emmet celebration The ladies auxiliary will meet next Wednesday evening and a large attendance is expected as important matters will come up for consideration Division 3 will meet Tuesday evenin- and President Quinn requests a large at tendance as the question of merging the four divisions will be discussed Division 2 of Manchester is perhaps the largest In New Hampshire having 186 members In good standing and pros pests for a good addition to that number 3 of Norfolk Conn Is are ranging for a bazar to be given the latter part of November The first award is a free trip to Ireland for six weeks with an allowance of 15 a week Division 2 are making arrangements fcr a big initiation at their meeting next Friday evening President Con Ford in vites the members of the other divisions to be present ind assist in the work A public installation of county officers and Ladies Auxiliary took place In Buffalo last Tuesday night Members andI their friends filled Stirlings Hall and after the ceremonies there was dancing Congratulations were a little late but nevertheless they were tendered Presi dent John Henaessy Wednesday evening because a little Hibernian had at his home since the last meeting of DivlsI ion 4- Rev John Moran the energetic young priest recently appointed State ChaplainI for Ohio is assistant pastor of the Immaculate Conception church at Youngs town He is an enthusiastic Hibernia n and very popular among the members of the order A movement is on foot among the young men of St Vincent de Paul e parish to organize another division fin Sy acseQ8ite a number have signified their Intention to join as charter memo bees and much enthusiasm is displayed The division will be organized on linesI following out the Hibernian club plan COMPLIMENTARY DANCE The Cordelia will opea their fall1 and winter season with a complimentary dance on Tuesday October 85 at Fountain Ferry Park The committee ia charge is composed of A G Heins George Scholl Hooter H G rob aadJoMpk P Siblcr CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our sincere thanks manytokens I death of our low mother Mrs I returlljtIMbwends of the paltIJrnand to the the tNa Rorl IxllxJ J Ii u- is u NEW COATS AND JACKETS PRICED LESS THAN USUAL Why Because we purchased a lot from an Eastern manu facturer who preferred to sell his entire remaining lot at a A quantitiesTheskilled workmanship has honest imprint on every garment Our good fortune makesJt possible for every woman to have one of these smartly Tailored Coatsa coat that will wear hold to its shape and topnotch in style Unmatchable in Value and Low Prices Color Covert Color collar lined throughout deep 98oCCllSionsCheviot Cloth fitting sleeves throughout The making and 1498l0Ladies threequarter Fine Coatthe double Wt 98aboutplaited ee e What order rep resented Division arrived Club evening William cotMottttioa RiBil SOCIETYDIRECTOR A O HD- IVISION 1 Meets en the Second and Fourth Tuea day Evenings of Each Month PresidentMike Tynan DoughertyRecording nan Jr- Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank street- TreasurerThomas F Walsh DIVISION 2 Pridety President Con J Ford Vice President John J Sullivan Recording Secretary Edward J Kei ranFinancial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran 3eMeets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PreddentThomasQulnnVice Recording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Financial Secretary William 807 Twentythird street- TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmspat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month HennessyVice Recording Secretary Thos Callahan Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn r bib West Chestnu- tAsistantDave Reilly Treaeaterjohn P Helton DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday etPtaus H 11iCounty Presidentjohn Kenney MurphygVice PresidentDaniel Gill Recording Secretary J G Cole Financial SecretaryThos OHern TreasurerMartin Gos- sSentinelA1phouse Constantine Sergeant ArmaMichaelNoonY MACKIN COUNCIL 206 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President James Shelley First Vice PresidentWm P Shaugh nessySecond Vice President Fred Herp Recording Secretary Frank Adams Financial SecretaryDan Weber 26481I St Cecilia street- Corresponding Secretary Frank P BurkeTreasurerFrank F Murphy Marshal George F SImonis Inside SentinelFrank Lanahan Outside Sentinel John Schaefer TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets Every Monday Evening at the Club House 718 East Gray Street President Eugene J Cooney First Vice President J L Cunniffe Second ViceJPresIdent Joseph P Bell Recording Secretary Emit E Mouth Corresponding Secretary Arthur C Lau r- Financial SecretaryRobert G Goe betTreasurerWilliam N Gut nMarshalM F Morris SentiselJaCob Pfalzer Outside Sentinel M P Ziegler HOPKINS THEATER Kitam ira s troupe of Japanese will be the feature act on the bill af Hopkins next week There are a dozen arm Japanese men boys aad girls who marvelous exhibition of gymnastic work on the stage Olive May and J W Albawgb Jrwilt present a comedy sketch entitled The Girl from Kansas Howard and Bland 1will return to Louisville with their mu sleet comedy A Strange Boy Mbs Henrietta Duke will make her first ape pearance here and comes with a high recommendation for ability M a singer Wahlund and Tekla will be eeninraref- eats of strength while Campbell and Johnson give a comedy bicycle act The biogralhwil1 COOIplete tht strong bill MACAULEYS Arnold Dalyj with a strong company i will owe to U e Hlys next Friday and Saturday night end Saturday wattwitktnat brilliant comedy Candida This play wearts ofNervYoeks8rM- se 4- J dee alie eraoe11rrt eieoa lag tneeeforlflOolglita r rA IRELAND Record of the Most Important ef the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges On September 15 an exhibition of fat cattle roots poultry eggs and butter LongfordfordAt a show held In Monaghan lately an exhibition of spinning was given by an 100tbirthday h The consecration of Most Rev Dr platSundayet Killarney Three special trains conveyed two thousand Belfast Catholics from the PathI district to St Patricks Cathedral Ar magh recently concecrated Rev Dr Fogarty the new Bishop of reception thasvisit to his native parish Neagh tt will cost 11600000 Dublin is spending 2000000 in securing to the citizens the ownership of the electric lighting monop olyThe Skreen and Dromore branch of the United Irish League have unani mously adopted the resolutions of the national directory and pledged full sup port to the Irish party The death has occurred at a place called dough near Brosna County Kerry of a woman name Mrs Roche who attained the age of 107 years Deceased who led a most industrious life was always vigorous and healthy and possessed her faculties practically up to the time of her death Her remini scencea of the famine period of Black 47 and 48 were interesting and she could recount many episodes of the Fenian movement of 67 She was familiar with the personalities of many of the notable persons who prominently identified themselves with the movement- A sad scene was witnessed in Clou mellon recently when the sheriff assisted by bailiffs and constables made five evictions on the estate of Sir Montagu Chapman The first was Christopher Lynch whose furniture was thrown on the roadside the next was Bryan Sheridan whose aged mother eighty ycrrs was put out in the roadside in a heavy downpour of rain Michael Denning was next and then James Cough whose wife and child had died recently In the fifth caSe that of Thomas Chester the sheriff was stopped by a physicians certificate saying Mrs Chester was not able to be move Irish papers of September 10 state that not for many years has there been such a rush of emigrants from the Castlersland Bresna Knocknogoshel and East Kerry districts as during the past few months In the Brotna districts forty left during the past week The contingents comprise young men and women between the ages of 18 and 27 years The prepaid passage ticket and the cheap transatlantic fares are responsible for this exodus Notwithstanding the admoni tions and appeals of responsible person ages in America and Ireland both lay and clerical regarding the evil and Indiscretion of emigration it Is melan choly to observe the nations lifeblood j flowing copiously away oreMASONIC The Royal Lilliputians in an entire new drees will begin a weeks engage went at the Mawmlc Theater with Mon productiow Ilees play to crowded houses OH account of the meeting of the Kentucky Grand Lodge of HaaoM matineeawill be given Monday Friday and Saturday instead of Wednesday Thursday aad Saturday- BUCKINONAM I The famous RentzSantley Company will betfae next attraction af the Dude iugham They will present a musical satire on Jules Vernes famous story en titled Looping the World They have given this preeentatkm an elaborate tOMilc and eoetoBMd production later fMTMd wUhMTiMl bright and Mit ft lm bag t rteJJ a I i ill BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller 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