You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Kentucky Irish American: n. Saturday, October 22, 1904. Kentucky Irish American. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins, Louisville, KY 1904 kec1904102201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: n. Saturday, October 22, 1904. Kentucky Irish American. William M. Higgins, Louisville, KY 1904 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. run and lkf ff- X It jJI hc j IRISH A I rY VOLUME XIIINO 17 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 22 1904 PRICE FIVE CENTS IRISH VILLAGE At the St Louis Worlds Fair a Revelation to FirstII 4 Visitor A Marvelous Display of Arts Industries and Agri cultureII One Can Not Realize Its Value I Unless Ho Persona1JyJJ j Inspects r i jiI SAN EDUCATION IN ITSELF p In the Irish village at the St Louis Worlds Fair Ireland maintains an inde J pendent demonstration of her activities in agriculture and the arts and sciences There are other exhibits from Ireland in the British section but to get a glimpse 1I of what the Irish are capable of doing 11 one must go to the department con 1 ducted by the Irish Exhibit Company at 1the head of which is Mr Thomas F 11 Hanley Myles F Murphy and J C Hill of Ireland I There are those who believe that Ire 3 land IL lacking in progress but their eyes would be opened should they look at the varied industries and arts of the Emerald Isle in the hall covering a couple of acres of space in the Irish I villsge Here the artistic element is I uppermost The beautiful laces from the I convents and cottages occupy case after I case and present the latest designs for lace making American women spend j hours admiring this beautiful handiwork j In the historic loan collection there is a remarkable grouping of Irish prints and engravings which includes portraits of almost every man who played an important part in Irish history There are also landscapes from every part of Ireland The art exhibit compares well with those of Italy and France the reputed centers of art in Europe There are astonishing fac similies of prehistoric Celtic ornaments the orig finals of which are in the Dublin museum the aggregate of gold composing them being over 500 ounces This is the largest collection of such objects in the world and the whole makes a striking and valuable illustration of ancient Celtic art One could spend days and weeks looking at these collections The editor of the Kentucky Irish American regrets that he could not spend at least two or three weeks in the Irish Village He feels that be would be amply repaid in doing so Of the modern industrial effort of Ire land too much can not be said and it would take at least a page of this per to enter into details Most notablof these is a bewildering array of bog oak carvings jewelry woolens and linens The latter exhibit is the Irrgest ever brought together There is delicate hos iery from Balbriggan The most attrac tive display of popUus famed the world over is to be seen The display of thej hemp and flax twisting industry is im I taease The wool twisting industries of the west of Ireland are also elaborately shown This industry has recently been revived in Ireland and is growing to be most extensive It is patronized by the Counties of Aberdeen Every porsea of Irish birth or extrac ties aad is fact every visitor to tae fair will be more than repaid by visiting the a Irfefe Village The fact is they will be maturated and charmed The editor off tilt XeetHflky Irish American had no onsspUoa of the exhibit aatil he per snalljviaitedthefairlpstwash her- e1MtH recipient of May ooerteslee- a o r0 a at the hands of Messrs Murphy and Hill and also Frank G Cunningham and John Tierney former residents of Louisville WELCOMED HOME President Herrmann of the City Sinking Fund Back From Europe Col P Joseph Herrmann President of the City Sinking Fund Commission returned this week from a trip to Europe He spent mostof his time in the wine growing districts of France and Germany He was accompanied by Mrs Herrmann On the way across the Atlantic he was accompanied by the Abbott of Gethsemani the Right Rev E M Obrecht and Mr Will L Weller Clerk of the Jefferson Circuit Court and his wife The llatter returned with him but Father Obrecht remained in Prance President Herrmann has not been in France since he left his native Alsace Lorraine thirtytwo years ago His province is now a part of the German empire He visited a number of relatives who hold high places officially and socially in his native town He also visited many of the prominent wine producers with whom he deals and made large orders for wine The vintage of 1904 is the best for many years Mr Weller and his wife spent a good ly part of their time in Ireland and both were impressed and highly pleased with their reception and what they saw in the Emerald Isle Mr and Mrs Herrman were given a reception at their residence on Monday evening in honor of their home coming and more than 200 persons called toI felicitate them Col Herrmann is Chairman of the Democratic Campaign Com mittee of Louisville and Jefferson countyI and his return has been awaited with considerable interest by his political friends He received a warm welcome in the City Hall and at Democratic headquarters SALES UNDER LAND ACT Landlords and Tenants Are Temporizing Upon a Middle Course Sales under the new land act which were at first very slows are at length be coming more brisk says a late Dublin cablegram At first the landlords held out for the highest penny and the ten ants held back for the lowest price They are now temporizing upon a middle course and quite a number of the small estates of the country are changing hands at terms averaging between twenty one and twentyfour years purchase Terms have in some cases risen as high as twentyeight and fallen as low as four teen years purchase I TAKES NEW PLACE Joseph De Coursey for a number of years timekeeper for the Louisville Nashville and widely known in railroad and business circles has resigned his position to engage in the coal business with the Scanlon Coal Company and will have charge of the office at South Louisville Joe is a popular young man with a host of friends who will cheerfully place their orders with him for their winters warmth EMERALD CLUB DANCE The dance to be given by the Emerald Club Monday evening at Ostraders Hall promises to be one of the most enjoyable of this seasons social affairs as the young lediaeln charge are all popular and have a preHBtteIt The committee In charge are Misses Mayme Keeaan Jell OCotmell Virginia Barrett Nora and TBlla PiUgerald and JallaKeHy n D ROBERT JWYNNE Now Postmaster General Father of Ten Children Seven Living Is Irish and Catholic and Was NewspaperMan His Love of Music Led to His Marriage and Fortune Also HE IS A MAN OF READY WIT Robert J Wynne the new Postmaster General is a man after President Roose velts own heart He is vigorous witty democratic and above all an exemplar of the Presidents views on race suicide He is the father of ten children seven of whom are living says the New York SunIt is chiefly for the sake of this large family that Mr Wynne is glad that he was appointed to the Cabinet He also regards his promotion as a compliment to the body of Washington newspaper correspondents of which he was a member until a few years ago Mr Wynne is of Irish descent He has the proverbial INDUSTRIAL THE ready wit of the race and also shares its liking for music It was this liking that brought about his meeting with Mrs WynneWhere can I hear some good music he asked a friend one night thirty years ago when be came to Washington to work as a telegraph operator The friend took him to see Miss Mary McCabe daughter cf Owen McCabe a man reputed to be wealthy Her playing suited young Wynne So did she When they were married they asked nothing of Mrs Wynnes father and began by fru gality to lay the foundation of a snug little fortune which they now have Mrs Wynne was born at Watertown Wis and was educated at a convent at Kansas City where her father had busi ness interests She was sixteen when she was married after five months of courtship Mr Wynne was twentytwo Mrs Wynnes first long dress washer wedding gown Mr Wynne had 200 and his salary as a telegraph operator There was nothing They started married life in a little rented house but Mrs Wynne said she wouldnt pay rent and announced that she was going tb save 5 a month to buy a home Mr Wynne laughed at the idea of trying to purchase a house on 60 a year Then Mrs Wynne doubled the monthly sav ings and one day to her husbands sur prise she told him she had 900 Mr Wynne made a part payment on a house with this money and sold the place at a profit of 800 This profit he used as a part payment on another house which he sold for 4500 and with that asa first installment he he secured still another dwelling which immediately brought 6dOO By this time the Wynnes were getting encouraged They built two houses for the 0000 Now they own five houses and the one they live ia cost 25000Of ten Wynne children four boys and three girls are living The Wynnea were greately devoted to the babies who died and they have said that one of the reasons they did not want to leave Wash ington was that they would be away from the graves of the llittle ones The eldest child is Capt Robert Francis Wynne a veteran of the Santiago Philippine and Chinese campaigns Hie first duty in 1898 was on the famous Oregon Table family Capt Wynne it known as Prank but IB the service he is Pete He was graduated from Georgetown University aad took the regular and the potgrartx ate course ia law there Wban the Span liar Lwar btgea JietMntiact be a 0 DD j j lawyer The young mans martial spirit was fired and he wanted to go to the front He had his war and went off to Cuba as a Second Lieutimnt of marines He was recommended far bravery in the Chinese campaign The second son Henry Boynton Wynne1 bas just left St Johns College a localCatholic institu tion nnd is to study law end real estate with the idea of looking after the prop erty interests of his parts The oldest girl Alice is the wifepf SI Siml r a Canadian linguist andtjlives in the Do minion I One day the Preside asked his present Cabinet associate How many childre have you Mr Wynne lm the father ofen was the anr swerand seven of tI uare living Shake hands said the President in his quick way YouTwust be an hopest man life repliedjjtIrte be anything else sir M The Wynnes are Ca hollcs and strict in their attention to religious duties They are Irish on both des They have a handsome house inhode Island ave nue between Ninth as 1 Tenth streets formerly the residence e E Augustus Gar land Senator from Arl ansas and Attor ney Generallln Clevelai ds first Cabinet 1 I PRIEST AGAIN VICTOR The Rev D J OSullivan rector of the Church of the Imn aculate Concep tion at St Albans who eras recently reelected to the Vermon Legislature by the Democrats over Col Hall the Republican nominee re Iveda majority of 133 the total nuns er of votes cast being 1135 HALL OF IRISH EXHIBITION besides MARY BARRY DEAD One of the Oldest and Most Respected Residents of the West Bnd Mrs Mary Barry widow of the late Thomas Barry and mother of James and Thomas Barry one of the oldest and most respected residents of this city died at her home on High avenue Wednesday morning after an illness of only a few days and the sad news came as a shock to the many friends of the family in all parts of Louisville and in Frankfort Lexington Covington and Chicago Mrs Barry was born near Westport County Mayo Ireland sixty years ago For thirtyfive years she had resided in Louisville and was widely known for her devotion to her church her family and her friends The funeral took place Fri day morning from St Patricks church requiem mass for the repose of her soul being celebrated by Vicar General Cronin in the presence of a large number of rela tives and friends after which the re mains were laid to rest beside those of her husband in St Louis cemetery May her soul rest in peaces FATHER EDWIN DRURY Doing Phenomenal Missionary Work In Hardln County Rev Edwin Drnry the diocesan missionary of this diocese gave a splendid mission last week at the Church of St John the Baptist at 51 John Hardin county The mission began on the Oth and closed on the 16th of October Rev Fathers Pike of St Marys Whelan of Stithton Brey of Cloverport and Ruff of Leitchfield assisted ia hearing the 404 confessions which were the fruit of Father Drurys splendid series of instruc tions The pastor Rev J J Abell was very much pleased with the fervor and fidelity with which his people attended the missionl and with its happy results At Very service the large church was crowded beyond its capacity The series of lectures on moral subjects were plain and practical to the highest Degree and were concluded with aa Impressive lee tare given by request MJ teaiperanoe NexlSuDday IMr1l Fatbr Drury will begin a mission at the Church of at I Anthony BanHa county 1 1 I 11 1 QJ I iii- p 0 MERCY Sisters Wish to Build Now Con vent at 1100 East Broadway Will Adjoin Academy of Our Lady of Mercg Recently Erected t Commencement of Work Dc pendent Upon Generosity of Catholic Public A BAZAR MAY BE DECIDED UPON The Academy of Our Lady of Mercy conducted by the Sisters of Mercy at 1150 East Broadway is not large enough to accommodate the pupils and Sisters and a convent is to be erected on the adjoing lot west of the academy The old building now used as a living room is to be torn down and a new convent building erected for the accommodation of the fifty Sisters who teach in the academy and also in the various parochial schools throughout the city The present quar ters of the Sisters are so crowded that many of them are compelled to sleep in the garrets Architect Neil Curtin is preparing plans and specifications for the new building I but the Sisters hesitate about commenc ing the work until they can see their way clear to pay the heavy cost of the undertaking The Sisters are already in debt on account of the building of the academy which is one of the finest in the city The Sisters moved there from 535 Second street The academy is an elegant building and the location could not be surpassed crowning the highest point in the city surrounded by for est trees and beautiful grounds for the use and recreation of the pupils The education given the pupils is practical and comprehensive the aim being to train the heart as well as the head The Sisters of Mercy also teach in many of the parochial schools through out the city They receive small compensation the average being about 20 a month The Sisters can got possibly build a new convent unless theyget aid Trom the public In order to make the contemplated improvements it will be necessary to give a benefit of some kind The Sister Superior and her assistantsI are now considering the best course tot pursue and in due time will make the announcement No doubt generousI Catholics all over the city will respondI with assistance if the Sisters decide toI give a bazar this fall The public owe the Sisters of Mercy a debt of gratitude for their efforts in behalf of education They devote their lives to the education of the young and receive little if any compensation They work hard live frugally and are continually doing goodl for their fellowbeings Recently Col Mike Mnldoon presented the SistersI with a beautiful statue of Our Lady ofr Lourdes executed in Carrara Italy This statue cost several hundred dollars If other generous persons wouldshow the same liberal spirit shown by Cot Muldoon the good Sisters would not be long in raising suffclent money to buildI their new convent The Kentucky Irish American has no doubt that when the Sisters appeal for aid in the near future the response will be prompt and generous Were it not for the Sisters it would be next to impossible to carry on parochial school work in Louisville In a rsceat address on the work of the Sisters de livered by Rev John J Keen he said We want our children to have schools from which God and religion are not banished and aot the schools la which the faith of cyan Protestantism is dying out such schools ae Koote or Athens iai the days wUew pagnnUnt nourished wight hays provided pr their yowta U I MYLES J MURPHY Secretary and Manager of the Irish Exhibition without giving offense We want the school that inculcates along with arith metic geography and bookkeeping the true principles of morality which guide in conduct in after life not a school of fads and fancies of inventive minds but one of the old solid type which is approved by the educators of ancient and modern times Look at France and be warned by the conditions that prevail there today There the Government and the church is overpowered by Jews pa gans and nonbelievers who now spurn and trample on the rights of those who are numerically as great as themselves who seek to destroy the church by abolishing the schools and exiling there ligious orders s MOVING NICELY Tow rrd ta ckinPl wi Councils New Club- House Members of Mackin Council are look Ing eagerly forward to the occupancy of their beautiful 10000 club house which will be about November 1 At the meet ing Tuesday night Fred Leezer the building contractor was initiated and congratulations were ordered sent Supreme President Fogarty Chairman Dan Weber announced that there was a great demand for Invitations for the Thanksgiving eve dance which will prove a financial as well as social success It will be the first one given in the new hall which will be handsomely decorated for the occasion Chairman Will Kerberg reported prop mess for the bazar which will open on November 17 The list of prizes to be awarded surpasses any heretofore offered some of them being valued at 100 ForI weeks the Ways and Means Committee have been working zealously for the opening and they now feel confident ofI successCOUNTY OFFICERS For Hibernian Ladles Auxil iary Will Be Elected Next Month At a largely attended meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary A O H Wednesday night it was decided to hold the biennial election for county officers on Sunday November 20 This will be interesting and several spirited contests may be looked for as the honor for being a member of their County Board is highly prized Miss Lily Callahan the Vice President was absent not having returned from tbe Worlds Fair where she had been spend ling the past month as the guest of Mrs John Tierney formerly of this city Members who saw her there say the fair is not the only attraction that holds her in the Mound City Her chair was ably filled by Miss Margaret Callahan Reports from the Entertainment Com mittee show the recent euchre was a de cided success and it is almost certain another will be soon given An invita tion was received and accepted to the re ception and dance to be given bithe Emerald Club next Monday nignt at Ostraders Hall OPENS UP AGAIN John J Sullivan for many years pro prtetor of the Willard Hotel cafe has purchased the grocery and saloon at tbe northwest corner of Preston and Walnut streets and is again ia business No Iman is better known or has more friends in the eastern part of the city and they will all be glad to deal with him He will carry a full line of groceres wines liquors cigars and tobacco and his pa trosa are assured fair and prompt treat neat I u ft- r MIRACLE r They Say Was the Cnro of One of the Sisters of Provi dunce Sister Clementine of at Marys of the Woods Restored by Prayer TSuffered Lung From Agonizing Pains Which Suddenly Vanished M WAS RESTORED AT THE ALTAR Bishop Chatard and various Indianapo lis and Terre Haute physicians are inter ested in an alleged miraculous cure which occurred at St Marys of the Woods one of the best known Catholic institutions of the West in August but tbe details of which have been kept secret pending in vestigation which was designed to deter mine whether the cure was really perma nent The present indications are that the cure is as permanent as it was sudden The subject of the miracle is Nellie Luken of Richmond a music teacher who entered St Marys as a novice After taking the vows and adopt- Ing the name of Clementine her health t suddenly failed She was rarely free from agonizing pains and eventually the disease developed into tuberculosis of the spine and she was compelled to use crutches For more than a year she was unable to leave her room except on her crutches and then the pain was so in tense that she was soon forced to return to her bed Sister Clementine prayed unceasingly that she might be relieved of the disease or that she might die and thus end her suffering but no word of complaint was ever known to escape her lips In speaking of her condition to the Mother Superior she said it was a mystery that she could not explain but she believed her suffering was for some wise purpose and unless God chose to separate her from it she was willing to bear it with resignation Here is the story from her own lips of how and when the cure was effectedIn on the anniversary of the birth of our Blessed Mother of God I went to the chapel with the assistance of roy crutches and prayed to God that on the anniversary of his mothers birth he would listen to the prayer of a poor fsuffering creature and in honor of his mother restore her to health and strength I prayed as I had never prayed before Before leaving the chapel I felt strange feeling as of some mighty change coming over me I began to feel stronger but I could not make myself believe that my strength was returning Bnt I found that I could kneel down and get up with out the aid of my crutches Peering a commotion if I left the chapel without them I went away as I came and though I carried my wooded supports under my arms I did not lean upon them I went to mothers room and told her what had happened My presence shocked her for she supposed I was unable to leave room I told her of my prayers and how I felt and what a wonderful transforms tion bad occurred She was greatly sur prised but at her suggestion we returned to the chapel and together thanked Al mighty God for the great miracle He had wrought That was the last time that I used my crutches It is now over a month since the miraculous recovery e goodhealthPhysicians who were called to see Slater Clementine and who said her dir was incurable have jnade a carefu amiaatioa sine her recovery and have found aa evidence 0f the disease which they advised her would end Ijdeath They now regard heras completely eMed Ue1- U l D T iarYYJ KfNTU6KY IRISHftMERI6flN Beveled to the Moral axd Seotol AllysaHeat et all Irlsk Ameria KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS I k SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PIER YEAR SINGLE COPY 1C r Entered at the Umlavllle Postoltlco os 8ecrdJCIts Matter tddufiall CsniaiBikatleiiitelhet KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 Weit QrecaSrret TRADES =COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KySATURDAy OCTOBER 221904 I 1 i f i3EMOCRTICTICKETFor ALTON B PARKER 4d Vice President HENRY G DAVIS For Congress SWAGAR SHERLEY For Judge Jefferson Circuit Court Common Pleas Branch Division 3 MATT ODOHERTY For County Attorney ROBERT W BINGHAM For Magistrate 6th Magisterial District ED C MEGLEMRY For School Trustees r 45th Legislative District EDWARD W WOLFF 46th Legislative District JOHN HOERTZ rt 47th Legislative District DR E J BUECHEL 48th Legislative District DR BRUCE LENTZ 49th Legislative District JAMES NORTON 60th Legislative District- S C MOORE 51st Legislative District A H BRACHEY THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET The KentuckjrIrish American this week prints the ticket nomi rated by the Democracy of Louis yule and Jefferson county to be voted for in November The ticket is a strong one Hon Swager Sherley the nominee for Congress has served one term with credit He comes of an old Kentucky fam ily and his first term has been a brilliant one He is a lawyer of ability and a gentleman The judicial nomination ought to be satisfactory to every citizen and particularly to every lover of integrity and fearlessness on the bench The Hon Matt ODoherty wbo received the nomination to fill the unexpired term of the lamented Judge Upton W Muir ou the Cir cuit bench is entirely worthy of the confidence of the people Judge ODoherty is now filling the posi tion with distinction on an appointment from the Governor and his 4election should be practically unanimous on account of his sterling qualitiesR Bingham has made a i splendid County Attorney devoting all his time to the office and suc cessfully protecting the interests of k the people The candidates for the a other offices are all men of expe 4 4rience most of whom have served i their constituents faithfully and wellThe ticket as a whole is made up F of able and honest men who in the past have made fully apparent their ability and integrity and therefore voters will fail in the duty if they do not give those candidates their hearty support IRELAND AT WORLDS FAIR A visit of a week to the Louisiana Purchase Exposition in St Louis is an education in itself The editor of the Kentucky Irish American can vouch for this from personal ob servation but he was particularly struck with the display of Irish in dustries Much has been written about this display which isone of the largest and finest on the grounds The observer of thinks Irish will be particularly interested in this display and uo one who hat the means should fail to visit the Exposition even if only to see the Irish industrial exhibit Irish Americans can have no conception of the display until they personally look over the concession known as the IrishJ yiliaje where there is a fell covering two acres of space Mr Thomas F Hanky founder of tbVlrWt i d strfeUxlribit and kls 3- u r o associates are to be congratulated on the very fine showing made Mr Myles J Murphy is also en titled to the gratitude of the Irish people for presenting the attrac tions in pen pictures to the Ameri can people To recount in a newspaper article the many things to be seen at the Exposition is out of the question Suffice it to say the entire exhibit reflects credit on the Irish race To refer to the exhibits in extenso would require many columns of spaceWhat we desire to call the atten tion of our readers to in this edi tonal is that they ought to go and see the fair even if for only a day or two if for nothing else to see Ireland and the department of agri culture and technical instruction in the industrial hall in chargeof Mr J C Hill This great exhibit has done much to elevate the standing of the Irish in this country and has disabused the minds of many thousands of the visitors of the opinion that the Irish were not up in all the arts and industries of the present age HOME RULE Before sailing for home John E Redmond the Irish Parliamentary leader issued a warning to the American people about the insidious attempt which is being made by the agents of the British Government to divert the minds of the Irish peo ple from home rule to industrial revival Mr Redmond contends that Irish industries can not thrive without home rule He says those who are conducting the movement for industrial revival are for the most part antihome rulers and he warns the Irish people not to be de ceived by them Home rule is the paramount issue Our Dumb Animals for October published in Boston Mass by that eminent American philantropist and lover ot humanity George T An gell is one of the most interesting numbers of that publication we have ever read On the first page an illustration entitled Horses in War shows the cruelties prac ticed on dumb animals On the inside pages are pictures of animals in time of peace one attractive picture being 1 A Russian Peasants Home Mr Angell is an advocate- of peace between men and of kindness to dumb animals and is doing goodwork for mankind Would that there were more men like him and more publications of the character of Our Dumb Animals William Jennings Bryan spoke to nearly half a million people in In diana during the past eight days winding up his tour in New Albany on Thursday night There would be no chance for the Democrats to carry Indiana unless the free silver element in the party supported Parker and Davis and the leaders in the Hoosier State claim that the silver men since Bryans speaking tour are now giving the Democratic national ticket their undivided sup port No matter how the election goes the Democrats owe William Jennings Bryan a deep debt of gratitude Archbishop Chapelle of New Orleans Papal delegate for Cuba and Porto Rico who is now in Rome had a private audience with the Pope on Wednesday Now ook out for press reports telling us everything that did not take place Alderman T W Fowler is being urged to become a candidate for Mayor He 1ldlBake a clean and progress ye Chief Executive to SOCIETY S9S96SS969S96S5969 Hon John Letterle and wife are ex pected home today after spending two weeks at the Worlds Pair Charles Vaupel and his estimable wire are devoting a period to rest and recrea lion at West Baden Springs Miss Catherine Whalen was given a surprise party at her home on Thursday evening of last week by a gathering of friends Misses Mary Daley and Katie Myers are borne after a delightful visit with their aunt Mrs Alex Arnold in Clifton Heights Misses Lucille OBrien and Martha Johnson returned Wednesday from a short visit with Mrs Harry Robb on the Prestonstreet rOad M Thomas Keenan and daughter Miss Mayme will spend next week at the Worlds Fair They will be guestsof the Irish House of Parliament Walter S Fritschner has just recovered from an attack of pleurisy and his many friends are happy to have his tfmilinj countenance in their midst once more Mr and Mrs John King of 1121 West Jefferson street and their guests Misses Margaret OConnor and Sarah Welsh are spending ten days at the St Louis exposition Mrs M Ji Tierney and daughters Blanche Mrs Jos Allen and her niece Miss Katie Purtell have returned after a delightful two weeks visit to the Worlds Fair Mr and Mrs John King of 1127 West Jefferson street and their guests Misses Margaret OConnor and Sarah Welsh have gone to St Louis for a ten days visit to the fair Ben Horstman and wife of Fifth street are spending the week at the Worlds Pair and while in the Tyrolean Alps will have recalled many scenes of their very pleasant European trip Mr and Mrs Walter Grimes and their harming little daughter Anna Marie of 010 Portland avenue and Miss Bridget Grimes returned this week from a most delightful trip to St Louisand the Worlds Fair A pretty girl baby has arrived and rightenii the home of Patrick Kilkenny 650 Shipp street The little one is said to be a perfect picture of the proud father who has been kept busy receiving congratulations Charles OConnor and wifewere among the prominent visitors to the Worlds Pair last week They were the recipients of marked attention from the Knights of Columbus of which Mr OConnor is a leading member James J Fitrgerald P J Callahan Robert Watson John J Cronen and Thomas Keenan were prominent figure last week at the Worlds Fair and at the Knights of Columbus exercises in Festival Hall they were honored with reserved seats Miss Lily Callahan of 1414 Seventh street who has been having an extended visit with Mr and Mrs John Tierney in St Louis has become so attached to the fair that she may not return until Decem ber She has become quite popular and many would like to keep her there Col Joseph Slbler and wife and John E Simon visited the Worlds Fair last week They spent a great deal of their Iraejn Ireland and the German Tyrolean Alps but were unable to determine which had the better exhibit They also at tended the Knights of Columbus banquet Fred Struck and his charming wife have been having a strenuous time this week at the Worlds Fair It is said the Irish and German exhibits pleased them most for from the two they selected the larger portion of their souvenirs They also spent a pleasant day at the Pabst brewery Messrs Jerry Mullen and Mike Mc Cormack of Washington D c have been the guests of Mrs Mary T Barrett of 838 East Main street during the past week having just returned from the Worlds Fair They will be the guests of the Emerald Club at their dance Monday evening at Ostraders Hall George Ratterman and his estimable wife and George Bahr are home from an extended visit to the Worlds Fair They attended the exercises of the Knights of Columbus in Festival Hall and spent much time in the Palace of Arts where special attention was shown Mrs Ratter man who isan artist of much merit The Clematis Club composed of popular young ladies will give a leap year dauceat Ostraders Hall on Wednesday sight when they expect to entertain many of their friends Misses Mattie Lee Beeler Josephine Uhl Alice Craig and Mamie Uhl have the affair in charge and will act as a reception committee Mise Katie Green of 1308 SIxth street who bas been spending the summer months with relatives in Evansvllle and St Louis in BOW the guest of Mrs John Tierney and Iii almost a daily attendant atthe Worlds Fair The spots that afford her the greatest pleasure are the Kentucky building and the Iriahiadus- trial i palace She will return home about the middle of November The Cathedral WM the scout of a pretty autumn wedding Tuesday porn tag when Miss Mary McBJovgue wee nited in marriage to Edwin Warble byRev1DrpthMillCof relatives and friends of the happy couple Both are wall known acrd popular ja society circles sad they ware showered with ooagrmtulaUotn Aft ire wMtaf iraakfsItr which wash k k eH IT ISGENUINE SATISFACTION To be beyond competition People marvel at our achievements they visit our big store then talk and wonder and the more they talk the faster grows our business There is much in our store to talk about the largest stock most dependable goods and terms better than you can find else where Is it a wonder that we are known as fj The Largest Housefurnishers in the World Largest Housefur nlshers In the World TheOld Style Heater Will give a great deal of heat but getthatThink of the loss of good honest fuel uptheover night unless yon pile on a lot of ashes and then there are ten chances I against one that the fire will be out in the morning IT AMOUNTS TO TillS You burn twice as much fuel get 33M per cent less heat have no control over the heat and have 100 per cent more dirt RHODESBURFORD FURNITURE T V T T AYserved at served at the home of the bride the newly wedded pair left for the Worlds Fair to spend their honeymoon A merry crowd occupied Haagers bowling alleys Monday evening the occasion being a bowling party In honor of Miss Blanche Baldez Among those present were Misses Nettle Hemmeler Mayme Ryan Blanche Balder Adelia Hughes Iula Fontana Johanna Hughes Katie Morris Tillie Fontana Carrie Swift and Katie Gleeson Messrs Martin Duffyjohn Ryan James Kene fick Mal Shaughnessy Will Duffy Herman Panl Dennis Gleeson and John Grogan The prizes were won by Misses Baldez and J Hughes dud Messrs Glee son and Kenefick WILLIAM MiFOGARTY Is Now Supreme President of the Young Mens Institute The Supreme Council of the Young Mens Institute concluded its labors at Colorado Springs by electing William M Fogarty to the office of Supreme Presi dent and John J Barry of the New Haven Echo Supreme Director for the second term This news was hailed with exclamations of delight by members of all the councils in the Fall Cities Con McBarron of Unity Council New Albany who has always been a strong supporter of the new President was amongthe first to receive the news of his election and from him we learn that William Focarty is a sterling and popular young Democrat of Indianapolis holding the office of City Clerk in the Hoosier metropolis He is thirtyone years old happily married and the father of three children For years he has been active in Y M I circles being a member of Capital Council of Indian apolis and has served several terms as Grand Secretary of the Indiana jurisdic tion His election will give an impetus to the order in the Middle West Harry Colgan Kentuckys delegate has arrived home and expresses himself Supremebodythe Kentucky jurisdiction was ably represented WANT NEW HOME Unity Council Seeking Site and Will Erect Club House Unity Council Y M L of New Al bany held a rousing meeting Tuesday night and after an enthusiastic discus lion appointed committee to procure a suitable site upon which to erect a new club house costing 5000 The mem bers of this progressive society have a flourishing treasury and the committee was authorised to expend 1500 for the lotPresident Hiakebeiu presided and one application was filed Upon motion the officers were instructed to send a telegram to City Clerk William Fogarty of In dlanapolis congratulating him upon his election to the Supreme Presidency of the Young Meas Institute The other balisee was only of a routine character but showed the council making steady progress RBCOVERED r the people of St Louis Bcrtraftds pariah are glad to again have with them the Rev Father Kernaa after a serious llneae Father JCernan wee operated OB atSU Mary and Elisabeth Hospital end his condition caused his friend much iBMeiaest h reverend genttonjaii U pOfMilerwttkaWilCi and alt will fed rctton whs IMjr 1IOC WM mrGoftV altarI- VVl u n Ii c Bissells Carpet Sweeper 98c Has heavy brush rubber tires nod iIs very nicely finished We show an im tnense tine of Bissells Sweepers Dinner Set1S298 CASH OR TIME Contains 42 of the most essential pieces Nicely decorated and guar anteed not to craze Besides this special we are displaying an assort ment of dinner ware that will interest all the ladies ANSWER TO JACQUES FeL DowIInd Gives His Views on the C K of A Rerat In3 Question To the Editor of The Kentucky ItlibAmerican Looisvuw KY Oct 181904Dear Sir Allow me space in your valuable paper to contradict n totally misleading and erroneous article upon rerating in the Catholic Knights of America pub lisped by Mr Charles Jacques iin your last issue I am surprised that Mr Jacques intelligence would allow him to view the rerating in such a light The article is calculated to alarm the memo bers and cause them to withdraw from the order under the mistaken idea that the insurance will cost them more than it actually will The rate does not in crease each year The rate fixed now at the members present age remains so during his life As for instance Mr Jacques paid eighty cents on entering twentyfi years ago He continued to pay eighty cents until four years ago when the rate was changed and he has con tined to pay the new rate to this date Therefore a man rated now at say 788 per month age 67 will pay 788 during the balance of his life and no more For this we have the guarantee of a large sinking fund the good faith of the order as heretofore and the intelligence of the members and their confidence in the or der and as the order is now practically upon the basis of the oldline companies except that it is from 1 to 4a month cheaper for all ages there is no probabil ity that there will be any further change in the rating and the Catholic Knights will continue to pay and flourish for the next twentyseven years as they have for the past Yours respectfullyP Branch No4 C K of A BANQUET MONDAY The Nonpariel Club will hold its semi annual banquet at the Galt House on Monday evening when covers will be laid for about seventyfive persons The color scheme will be red and white and souvenir menu cards will be furnished President Kieffer will preside as toast master and quite a number of toasts will be responded to Leslie Bean will respond to the toast Nonpariel Tom Clines will answer to a toast termed Presentation and Mal Shaughnessy will tell Whats in a NameOthers to respond are Roy Campell Will Daly Charles Parsons Clarence Nevin Bayless Kellar Joseph Felhoelter Edward Baer William Fitzgerald and Edward Frank WORLDS PAIR AWARDS In the Palace of Education and Social Economy at the Worlds Fair Kentucky had a splendid educational exhibit notably Nazareth Academy St Marys Academy UrsuHne Academy and Loretto Academy and it is gratifying to the friends of these institutions to know they were awarded silver medals by the super ior jury In all Kentucky carried off 186 prizes in the greatest universal exposition the world ever saw- TULLY GETS MEDAL John J Tully the old lifesaver was awarded a gold medal for hi exhibit of seine sets and hammocks at the Worlds Fair Tullys exhibit was llecatidia the Sell game and forestry building and attracted the attention of vWlprsl from all- parts of the world SAVES LABOR The attention of oar lady readers is- ca11edt the Rhodes B rfed advertise JI1eDfJl this ions Their sale of carpet awMpsw 8bOi klIDteAlitall of tk w M- hy are tfccfrMUat labor MVJMW a house kweraw yeasts a t r r- tto r ftW 3a4gas msoJiutC t Bucks Hot Blast Heater 15 to 27 CASH OR TIME Imagine a heater that will produce as much heat from one and a quarter tons soft coal or slack as any hard coal heater does with one ton of anthracite coal Imagine the saving Stop to think how Quick this kind of a heater will actually pay for itself This Bucks hotblast burns soft coal or slack and positively consumes all the smoke soot and gases It leaves no hard clinkers but burns all the fuel to a fine white ash CO aPHONES 34SS P 300Per Load Our 4th P- oolPittsburgh CoalFr- ee from slack and holds fire over night ATLAS COAL CO CHAS L CRUSH GenI OFFICE 436 WEST STREETll 6EHER SON 217 St near I OUR GREAT SPECIALTY Stoves and Ranges MADE IN LOUISVILLE 0 jIJ Best and the Lowest Prices In the City RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Frank H Fangmann took place this morning from the famil residence 420 Jackson street at 79 Oclock and from St Bonifaces at 8 oclock The deceased was seventy nine years of age and was well respected by all who knew him The interment was in St Michaels cemetery The many friends of Mrs Katie Walker beloved wife of Lon Walker 2412 Bain bridge street were deeply pained when they learned of her death Tuesday even ing Before her marriage she was Miss Katie Lawler and was well known in Cincinnati and Pittsbnrg The funeral took place Thursday morning from St Charles church The sad news reached here Tuesday of the death of James L Dean one of the most promising and well liked young men of Henderson The deceased suf fered for some months with patience and fortitude and though every possible agency for his relief had been tried all proved unavailing His death caused profound sorrow among his many friends and relatives and the esteem in which he was held was attested by the large number present at the funeral services After attaining the ripe age of seventy four years Mrs Patrick Bohan one of the most devout and highly esteemed members of St Mary Magdalena con gregation passed peacefully to hereter nal reward Tuesday afternoon at her home 522 Lampton street Her life had been a most exemplary one and at the funeral services Thursday morning Rev Father Gatuepohl preached a beautiful and feeling sermon A large concourse pf mourning friends followed the remains to their last resting place ODES TO HER REWARD Sister Pauline of the Sisters of Nasa reth died early Wednesday morning at the Mercy Hospital in where she had been a patient sufferer for two weeks Sister Pauline was a cousin of the Rev Father OSulHvan of theI Church of the Blessed Sacrament this sty and for twentytwo years had dt voted her life to charity work in JLexlng tM Her realise were takes to the I tuotiwr hewe at Noaanth where eke U a L i1 r Lia631633635J 637 639 W Market St TVT For Manager JEFFERSON Market Second Assortment Jeffersonville Nh TC7fiULEYS Friday and Saturday Evenings and Satur Matineey FiddlehSeats now on sale HOPKINSNewTheaterWeek Commencing Sunday Matinee Oct 23 TWO SHOWS DAILY The greatest attraction ever presented in vaudeville GEO H PRIMROSE AND THE FOLEY BROS monologueMcCabe creation The Zanzigs August and Wes on Esmeralda Sisters Kline and Got hold and the Btograph BUCKINGHAM WESE COMMENCINg SUNDAY OCT 23 Matinees Snndy Monday ffcdnwdty Saturday The Mammoth Mirth De- alersFAYPOSTI3R And Ncr Coterie of Amusement Purveyors IB Their Grand Production More real novelties and genuine fun than can be described TENTH ANNIVERSARY BALL oI TUB LOUISVILLE PRINTING PRESSMENS UNION Looral No r3- DAT LYBIDDRKRANZ FIAjeL Monday Nov 141904 MODEST Bo Qty Beautiful souvenir given to each couple funeral services were held Thursday morning Sister Paulines death is deeply regretted by the community of which the Iws a member and by all those to wham she sad kindly Mloistsred as it nurse at- StfoaephIioepitailuIexlagtoa iA D r n PV vyv L V j PM r Z il A J y i I I9rT 0 CoNTUOKY ftDIIH RrOANl Worlds HENDERSON Pair Rates ROUL and Thursdays Limited Seven Days Good only in Coach and Chair Cars Limited Fifteen Days 1100 Limited Sixty Days 1300 Limited to December 15 line operating Free Reclining Chair Cars on all through trains to St Louis and 44 are solid vestibuled trains composed of combination baggage i reclining chair car Pullman observation parlor car and diner meals ala1 Runs through solid Louisville to St Louis Nos 45 and 46 are composed1 I relining chair cars seats free and Pullman sleepers City ticket Fourth Avenue Union Depot Seventh and Water Streets L J Irwin Agent E M Womack City Pass Agent G H Baker City Tickett FFPnJ 11 Crone 1111 Ticket Agent Union Depot TRACY L H STRAUB FUNERAL AND BOTH EMBALMERS PHONES DIRECTORS STRAUB 363 PonNotice 1531 W MARKET STREET fIFIII if1 11t I 1 1 1 1 1 IIII 1 111 SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON THE r 4ti 4Ioun IIIIIn y In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Passenger Agent- C H ROCKWELL W H McDOEL Preside and General Manager I FRflNK FEflR INCORIORATBID BREWING 60 I Brewers and Bottlers= ovisvur Y LDBAXFUNERAL AND EMBALMER i CARRIAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS PhonC a36o 700 E Chestnut Street- Both Phones 1180 Established 1 863 JOHN BIRATTERMAN1 Successor to Mrs George Ratteraao FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER Carriages furnished for all occasions Alljcalls promptly attended to day or night 1119 W MARKET ST PIR M ftNDRlOl 8SONS W MAIUFACTURER8 Carriage RijHdrki ari RrtiHTkes 215 lid 287 WEST GREEN ST BIG FOUR THE BEST LINE T- OIndianapolis Peoria Chicago AKB AIA roona nt INDIANA and MICHIGAN iJCIIIIJd c r Buffalos Boston AND ALL POINTS EAST InforMWtkm cheerfully furnislmd OH a IoaUcMtRtCity Ticket Oqe Wg Rlle 5N Fourth Avw w write to JAd Aysrtt Passsj gui lattr I TyrKy r a J AUGUST JOH- NBROSOETKEN NEW GROCERY Sixth and Kentucky Sts Fresh Meats Vegetables Fruits and a full line Of Fine Groceries GXV US A TRIAL DRINK fl6tIPlJG WhiSkU BOTTLED BY HENRY C LAUER 407 East Jefferson Strut TELEPHONE- t4oTHEATRICAL George Primrose the minstrel will head a promising bill of vaudeville at the Hopkins Theater next week He will be accompanied by the Foley brothers and ofPrimroseplayhouseweek the standing room sign has been used All the performers appearing are high class and people are anxious to see them One of the striking scenes in the Second Fiddle to te presented at Ma cauleys October 28 and 39 Is that of a theater greenroom during the perform ance of a grand opera The piece is a strictly dramatic work with no music but its story deals to some extent with theatrical life and its principal character is that of a musician talented but kept in obscurity by Ids diffidence and simple natureFarce comedy vaudeville and bur Aukinghamadvent of the Pay Poster company The bill includes some really new novelties spectacular scenic displays and electrical surprises not seen before thisseason beeldH Many of the leading mirth makers of the vaudeville atagtThe usual inatineee will be given Ward and Yokes elaborate second edi tion of their uulcalJarctomedyIA Pair of Pinks will be next weeks at Kxeeptfocthat eery feature of the entertainment tbeJateettBPwU1lktrft lIdjrfchly coitntJMd cboms U- i CA THOlICKNIGHTS Awaiting Decision of Marion Circuit Court In Injuiic tlon Proceedings The Case Argued Before Judge UnderiAdvisement Supreme President GaudIon In terviewed by Kentucky Irish American ADDRESSED MEMBERS WEDNESDAY The prayer and argument for an in junction against the Supreme Council oi the Catholic Knights of America brought by six members of Branch 47 of Leba non to prevent the Supreme officers from carrying into effect on November 1 the assessment adopted at the recent special national convention of the Catholic Knights was heard Tuesday in the Marion Circuit Court before Judge Thur man The service was on the Supreme President Dr Felix Gaudicn of New Orleans and Supreme Trustee Joseph McGinn and Supreme Delegate Michael Reichert both of Louisville Judge H W Rives of Lebanon presented the petition of the plaintiffs and made an argument lasting about two hours Newton G Rogers of this city and Louis Dolle of Cincinnati were the at torneys for the Supreme body and fully explained their position as did also President Gandien When the argument had been completed which was not till 11 oclock at night Judge Thnrman announced that he would take the case under advisement and hand down his de cision Saturday morning Accompanying the Supreme officers and their attor neys was also exSupreme President William ONeill of Cincinnati a well known insurance expert and earnest supporter of the new rate Upon his arrival from Lebanon Supreme President Gaudlen cheerfully sub mitted to an interview by the Kentucky Irish American and when asked what was the cause of the extra or increased assessments said This is caused by the excessive deaths In the order and by reason of the ad vanced age of its membership In a word we are collecting assessments on the average age of thirtyfive years and paying claims at the average age of fifty five years Take for instance the assessments called this year which at two per month would realize 580000 when our death claims call for 742000 this mak ing a deficit of 162000 or over five extra assessments The injunction was brought against the order by six plain tiffs represented by Judge Rives to pre vent the order from collecting assess ment at attained age To show the strength of our argument I will for illustration take the first named in the suit Brother Howe lIe joined the order in 1870 at the age of fortyfive and is now seventy years of age Under our present rate he pays 152 per assessment or 5424 per year The recognized cost of insurance at the age of seventy is 10728 per year for in 1000 men at the age of seventy you will have 5305 that will die the first year making a total at 2000 each of 107300 while we collect only 54240 from them Therefore who pays the difference You can not expect the younger men to do it for according to our present rates the members at twenty would almost pay their cost of in surance at one assessment per month At thirty years two assessments will be more than sufficient at forty you will take more than two at fifty more than three at sixty over four and at sixtyfive nearly six assessments to pay the actual cost of insurance Therefore where is the justice and I will add further the honesty in calling three or four assessments per month when in one class one assess ment would be sufficient almost and the other would require six assessments This oppression is loosing us young members so much so that 1085 left us from January 1 to August 1 of this year Is it true that the Catholic Knights of America will be equal to an old line insurance company In safety it will but not in cost Take for instance the Howe case Had he paid when he joined the order the rate we now propose at fortyfive 454 per assessment or 5448 per year in his twentyfive years of membership he would have paid 1362 instead ofwhich he only paid about 100 The difference creating a reserve fund which at 4 per cent would pay his benefit certificate at maturity or at his death For the same Insurance in an old line company he 2000Inour proposed rate he would still be 680 ahead of the old line The reason that we can give insurance cheaper than the old line is that our expenses are much leas than theirs For instance some companies pay their President 50000 per year when the entire expenses of the Catholic Knights of America in salaries office rent journal etc do not amount to that in two years If you take the in surance reports you will see that in the State of New York the expenses lanthe companies doing business la that State amounted to 1075 for every 1000 paid in death losses and the fraternal orders had only815ezpene forevery 1000 of death losses so that you can see how much cheaper we can give insur cues than the old line and under our new rate for instance the men of seventy years will pay the Catholic Knights of America 3878 per thousand 1toss than he would have to pay aa old line company What about doing basinets with a f8 serve fund Will the Insurance Comtnfe eaantryapproyeofthWYe siorev of UM United tltalar MsaiiiMsd t1 0 IF YOUEXPECT TO NEED A PIANO IN THE NEXT YEAR IT WILL BE THE HEIQHTOF EXTRAVAGANCE NOT TO B- UYNOW OUR PRICES ARE LOWER THAN THEY HAVEJ BEEN BEFORE IN MANY YEARS WE MANUFACTURE BOTH PIANOS AND OROANSANDCAN ONE PROFIT- WILL PAY YOU TO INVESTIGATE EASY TERMS D H BALDWIN GO 529531 FOURTH AVE BALDWIN ELLINGTON VALLEY GEM HOWARD and HAMILTON PIANOS P T ARCHEROat Flash Light- Photography Horne Phone 6709 Room 44 Courier Journal Building C BTHOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jeflirson St Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed LEO F BROWN 809 WEST CHESTNUT STREET Real Estate AgentL- ist your property with me You will chargesHome KatieSmithFormerly 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 Cutes any and all kinds of piles Cure guaranteed or money refunded Mail orders receive prompt attention If your HotlyBrosin Indianapolis on September 21- showed a general sentiment in favor of fraternal insurance associations creat ing reserve funds They must realize that this is the only salvation of an order except they are on the step rate plan which is to charge more for the insurance every year However this plan is not a popular one and at oar last council we rejected that plan and it was not a correct statement that Bro Jacques made in your paper last week When a mem ber takes the whole life level monthly rate his rate will remain the same if he lives a hundred years The level term rate to sixtyfive years also remains the same at the time of entry except the member who elects to change from the term rate to the whole life Then be will be assessed to his attained age at the time of change which he can do at any time up to sixty years and Jfbe gives notice at that age that he will change into the whole life at sixtyfive he need not stand medical examination but if he falls to give that notice at sixty he must be reexamined or his insurance will cease at sixtyfive years This is good Insurance for a young man who can remain in that rate until the age of forty to fifty and then transfer to the whole life levelrate Before leaving you I wish to give special thanks to the Kentucky irfa Anieri can for the interest and at the same time the fairness la which iJa has treated the Catholic Knights of America fClta promInent should be appreciated by every true and loyal Catholic Knight Wednesday night + a large number of Catholic Knights assstnMod at St Martins Hall and were addressed by President Gaudfai Sqpfsoie Trustee McGinn Dr Watbwt anil tleuf whoe word bad good sffset awl did wHck to than l tthe jtaraifttl aJUata of UM ill foiadkd riMMc that hurt for Weeks J JfJi o been in circulation Supreme Delegate Michael Reichert presided and introduced the Supreme President soy Ing he stood ready to back his challenge made in these columns even if he had to defray half the expenses President Gaudien was pleased to meet so many Catholic Knights who were told the condition of their order when he took charge He quoted the words of Arch bishop Glennon who objected to all princlpltsInspeaker fully and plainly demonstrated the difference between the old and new rates and the necessity for the change without which there would ensue a deficit of 18000000 for the old men now members It was old men who had voted the present rate and they did so For the benefit of the old men alone His explanation of the two options was very clear and was received with much favor In closing he paid a high com pliment to the Kentucky delegates but scored those who were fighting the order and trying to bring about its disruption- Dr Wathen counseled calmness and deliberation and suggested that the tables and address be published andsent the members The order had been falling behind but now fts stability seemed assuredDr met many members of the nightforl BOOMING LIBRARY Trinity Council Proposes a New Feature For the Winter The meeting of Trinity Council Y M I on Monday night was well attended though only routine business was ex pected to be transacted After Frank T Caummisar was given the obligation the Entertainment Committee reported that everything indicated that the free library and musical entertainment on November 16 would be a pronounced success Following the adjournment the Library Committee met and formed plans for booming the library feature of the council during the winter months As it now is Trinitys library is a very good one but the committee is determined to make it better This feature of the Young Mens Institute is to be com mended and all who can should con tribute to the libraries of the three coun cils in this city- GREAT MINSTREL SHOW The Chesterfield Club have issued the programme for their minstrels vaude ville and dance at Trinity Council Hall next Tuesday night and better one was never presented the public by any regular minstrel company A well arranged and up to date first part precedes a rather extensive olio the whole concluding with rollicking farce after which danc ing will follow Among the fun makers who will take part are Richard Hill Lawrence Worland Charley Desse John Flynn Frank Pilson Parncll Barrett Jerome Driscoll Chris Leahy and Edwin Gahafer Miss Lillian Waltring will pre side at the piano and Prof Andy will direct the music The boys say come and see them and youll wear the smile that wont come off- MOUIUNS TWO DEATHS Last Tuesday two of New Albanys oldest and best known residents passed away leaving many friends and relatives who mourn their deaths Mrs Anna Monohan aged sixtyeight years suc cumbed to a paralytic stroke suffered several weeks ago leaving six children four sons and two daughters Her funeral took place Thursday morning from Holy Trinity church of which she was for years a devoted member Patrick Cummings seventyone years old died at the home of his son Thomas Cummings 72 Vincennes street after a long illness of complication of diseases Five children two daughters and three sons survive him FIRST DANCE The Nonpareil Club has everything in readiness for the opening dance of lits fall and winter series which takes place Wednesday evening October 20 at the New Athletic Club The dance promises to be the greatest ever given by the club The committee In charge has left noth ing undone to make it B success An especially good musical programme bas been arranged and light refreshments will be served PIANO DRAWING Satolli Council Y MI will hold a drawing for their piano at their club rooms in the Wells building next Wednesday evening at 8 oclock There is quite an interest as to who will be the lucky winner in this drawing DANGER PASSED Little James Kenealy who was operated on for appendicitis at Bis Mary and Elizabeth Hospital has been pronounced out of danger and will in a few days be able to be removed to his home 1219 Damesnil street RECORD BREAKER The largest piece of firstclass mail that ever came to the local postoffice was de livered last Monday by Carrier Robert L Stultz to Circuit Clerk William L Wel ler the postage amounting to 266 QRANB our OF TOWN EXCURSIONLAST- OP THE SEASON Sunday Oct S3 Big Your Route to the Indiana gas belt Special train leaves Seventhstreet Union depot at 7 oclock am Extremely tow roundtriprates as follows Rushvllls 11 Ksightotown 1 Aadsrsoa 135 Alexandria 185 Ma rion1ii0 Tieksk on sale at city ticket office 860 Fourth avenue and at the dePotS J Gate General Agent The Jep arc sot doing so wall these days They are Selling bekaNwfll lIOOIbeDI Uier ea rjo r 0 J PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged IIOxIDPHO1T10 1L386 Louisville Branch Fourteenth and Jefferson Sts DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BREWIN G COJtIPANYJNCORPORArED TELEPHONE 4B2 xOUJVXL E KT Cumb Phone Main 1913 Home Phone 1913 THE I Geo Wiedemann sLJCOMPANYSCelebrated Draught and Bottled BeersSold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber and Deuser Managers Louisville K- YAST FOR Diersens Celebrated Cream Beer Telephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOXX2V B PRANK 1 VVALTERS Clay=Street Brewery I 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 Jmmmm LOUISVILLE KY + M M M U + t+HHHf ++++++++++1 M M ++++t M M M M M M FINE WINES CHAMPAGNES t AL KaLE345 West Green StreetLIQUORS CIGARS 66666t 6 Pall and Winter styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas MANHATTAN RESTAURANTOTTO Good Square Meal For 20 Cents OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 W Jefferson Street HENRYH N H Y AIPJI PULSP U L S DYER AND GLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone 1635528Fift Street ACCIDENTAs happens where DIAMOND WALL PLASTER is used CooucMsrperated TELEPHONE 2267 IrMkr iiHl lUvir LiHisvilii Ky i GO TO Pioneer Bottling House FO- RSTRAIGHTe WHISKIES BIG JUG AT DOOR J 3E axaUNTOT 913 WEST BROADWAY sear Union Station HERRMANN BROSr 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 CI6ARS VALS SALOONVAL i Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 442 VV GREEN lilT Worlds Fair Short Lint Southern RailwayU FORTYTHREE MILES THE SHORTEST iHHI FASTEST AND BEST TO TIlE WOODS FfillLOOK AT THE SCHEDULE arriveStof Pullman sleep rsSouthern Railway fromLoulsvfUe f Leave Louisville 1015 p m dai1YI arrive sectionPullmanchair cars All trains make lose coo atStLouilwiththe Worlds Fair grounds ROUND TRIP EXCURSION RATES FROM LOUISVILLE 13 good returning until December Iff 1904 III good returning in sixty days daysTicketsexcurslol1tlcketsoniale n during Octoberaud Novembers good retaming seven days tAgentStvtotbH234PecthaveuneLonktill General PaMMgar Ag tjSt owlst i- J tErtro1 rix A1ttQRrOAN o SURPRISE SPECIAL SALE No 261 THE BIG STORES Offering this week as a specialwill be those handsome and Elegant Nobby Cheviot and Pure Worsted Suits in all the new Prevailing Shades Handsomely gotten up well tailored a perfection of art ON SALE ONE WEEK ENDING 11 NEXT FRIDAY I I STOREMIL- TON M MARBLESTONE d CO 424 Fourth DAINTY JTYl l OF OUR JEWELRY MAKES IT FIT FOR EVEN THE QUEEN But you neednt pay a royal price have lots of pretty thing that dont cost much and are now showing the latest novelties and prettiest designs in Watches Diamonds Necklaces Pendants Brooches Lockets Scarf Pins Signet Rings and Link Cuff Buttons Come our store if you want the newest and best things in jewelry line Holiday or paymentOld t I West 530 M 15 THE BIG BRUNNHHII I I 1 1 I 1 1111 I HHIJ I I I 530- West IIII + t + + For Goodness the price of a lout of Mothers Bread Is cents although the price of flour ties advanced SAVE THE LABELSAND GET A BEAUTIFUL DOLL FOR 100 LABELS I It It U II I + t II It It t I II II I I II II II I II t1 I 1 HHIHH1 t THEBEST Market HHMM Sake NHHI I 11 HI I t 1 1 Norse Phone I3 3 a14 MARKIOT t XREEr tH II I 1 I HH I JIIII I I 1111 I I I I H I I I I IH+HJuI I H I I JuI Jt 4 S 4 3 S 4 oook EATS I Ice Wagjns and Horser Telephones S 8 S44S 3 4 S CHAW Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge Scientific and Practical Norse Shqilng Horses called and delivered Canine and Feline practice Ii specialty Marks still JTObtwkHDO DOTH PHONES DOD Campbell OFFICE INFIRMARY AND SHOEING FORGE 1007 AND 1009 BROADWAY t III + II + + t I II t t+++++++++1- T Pr Si CO- t r ti1tt t Mb6- IGarrIafiGs 1 236 232 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE It tH + Ifn1 + to 434 St and WestI We to the 5 COFFEE 100t1myMULLOYCOFFEE r IV = S4 I EVERYBODY Guscadens Cream 12 4 4- V CAMPBELLS for II W RAY I U assEducates VoungPcop1e For lkrsae e Good ymeand SsS CALL nwaas mall roil K4raaMATeeu- At dthutWJUt loons CollcgcterttATfIJ s ko U rr JBACON SONSI CHILDRENS CLOAKSMothers dont wait until the snow flies to purchase your little daughters cloak You run the risk of exposing them to colds so easily contracted iwhen the weather changes Our counters are heaped high with the jaunty styles made of serviceable materials brought out this season You should see how becoming and ladylike they will look on your daughter how firm andclose each seam is sewed to hold fast and how artisti trimmingsAsChildrens Long Coats in green red and brown cloth loose front and back round collarcape cuffs andstraps I 60beand edged with silk cord finished with gilt buttons ages Childrens Zibeline Cloaks in brown green and red loose front and back strap down the shoulder belted back full sleeves finished with silk cord and gilt but 8and0000 010000 OO IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Queenstown Harbor is reported to be teeming with fish at the present time The Tyrone rivers are at present in fine condition for flyfishing and a large number of anglers have been out On Sunday morning a serious fire broke out in Belfast resulting in the gutting of extensive business premises- A meeting in furtherance of the pro jected pilgrimage to Fontenoy was held in the Oak room Mansion house o Friday There was a large attendance An Irish lady has been appointed ar master of the Clonmel Technical School an objection by the Department of Agri culture to the appointment being disre garded by the committee A Ballinrobe telegram states that Tom Reilly the Ballygarls evicted tenant i has been reinstated in hit holding Relllys case excited considerable public attention in the press recently At the Limerick Revision Sessions Judge Adams stated that a Catholic curate who resided with a parish priest in a house of which the latter was rest dent tenant was not entitled to a vote News has just reached a poor weaver living in an obscure village in the County of Fermanagh in Ireland that his brother John MacNaughton has died in New York leaving about 250000 to which he is the heir Four of the students of St Malachys College obtained first divinity at the entrance examination to Maynooth another student gaining the same dis tinction at the entrance examination to the Irish College Paris The death took place on Sunday of Frank Hnghes of Armagh one of the best horse dealers in Ireland Deceased whose demise has caused sincere regret hadreached the age of seventysix and bad been in failing health for some weeks past The consecration of the Most Rev Dr Mangan as Bishop of Ardfert and Agha doe took place ic the Cathedral at Kit larney in the presence of Most Rev Dr Feunelly Archbishop of Cashel and al most all of the Bishops of the Province of Munster An impressive ceremony took place at Letterkenny in commemoration of the twelfth centenary of St Eunan when the Lord Bishop of Raphoe the Most Rev Dr ODonnell laid the foundation stone of the new college Important speeches on the education question were deliveredAll the country and most of alll In those areas where political parties ar sharply divided the work of the revisio of the list of voters proceeds briskly Outside of Ulster the only point of interest In this connection is the city of Dublin St Stephens Green division being the cockpit wherein the strength of National tat and Unionist is being measured Rev Father Miller a former rector of the Catholic church Tower Hill and lately on the mission in Paris has been appointed Bishop of Johannesburg which in new Catholic Episcopal See in South Africa and which was formerly under the jurisdiction of the Bishop of Kimberly t father Miller is an Irishman He will shortly proceed to the scene of his labors The Most Rev Dr Foley Bishop of ildare and Leigblin conferred holy a rrders at Carlow on the following sluI I j dents of St Patricks dthe ceremonies took place in the Cathedral at Carlow To the priesthood Rejr J Cremin for diocese of Perth West Australia to dea sonships Rev Dents Healy and Rev Michael Brady to aubdwtcotuhip Rev J Walshe From the report of the Inspectors of t Lunatics on the District Criminal and Private Lunatic Atriums In Ireland sad from the summary it would appear that cm January 1 1903 there were in all 92138 persons confined ae insane and at the beginning of the entyear the number hadiincreaod to 23794 Save in Dandram Criminal Lunatic Asylum is there has beefi an Increase ia all the Irish lisatttuttous A aeries woccurred m the Coolwtown s ctkH of the Irish Midland 1 t IIC o vnt Childrens Zibeline Cloaks in green brown blue red loose front and back pointed cape with stole andIIround collar and cuffs trimmed with velvet fancy 981earlycloth edged with fancy braid pearl buttons jjfl QO attractive early season priceL1oee00i000 0 IRISH SOCIETYDIRECTORI A O Inf- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month TynanViceDoughertyRecording JrFinancial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank street- TreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets FridayEvenings President Con J Ford SullivannRecording SecretaryEdward J Keii rant Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month QuinnViceCooneyRecording Financial SecretaryWIlliam Burns 807 Twentythird stree- tTreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArwapat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresIdentJohn Hennessy LynchRecording Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnut ReillyTreasurer DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesda 1 at Pfaus Hall County PresidentJohn Kenney MurphyPrsidentVice PresidentDaniel Gill Recording Secretary J G Cole Financial SecretarYThos OHern TreasurerMartin Goss Sentinel Alphonso Constantine SergeantatArmsMichael Noon Y IMC I MACKIN COUNCIL 205IMeet Tuesday Evenings at Club House 630 Twentysixth Street PresidentJames Shelley First Vice President Wm P Shaugh nessy HerpRecordingFinancial SecretaryDan Weber 254 St Cecilia street- Corresponding Secretary Frank P Burke MurphyMarshalGeorge Inside Sentinel Frank Lanahan Outside Sentinel John Schaefer TRINITY COUNCIL 230 theeStreetnCooneyFirstSecond Vice President Joseph F Bell Recording S etaryEmn E Mouth Corresponding Secretary Arthur C Lauer Financial SecretaryRobert G Goe belTreasurerWilliam N Gast MarshalM F Morris Inside SentinelJacob Pfalzer Outside Sentinel M P Ziegler railway Fifteen wagons ofa goods train from Cook town to Belfast became derailed between Castle Dawson and Magherafelfc and much damage was done to the permanent way No lives were lost It is stated the accident was due to horse and donkey which were wander ig about the line being run over The line wee cleared for passenger traffic Wednesday morning HONOR POR GUS KANE This week the American Guild a Southern fraternal insurance society beet been holding Ha convention Berating ham Ate The district includes the States of Alabama Kentucky Tennessee Georgia North Carolina and South Caro lips Gus Kane of this city who repre dented Kentucky WM sleeted President of the district dvCol CbarteTIOFerrall former Governor of Virginia Supreme Governor of the organization The election ol Gus Kane will be pleas lug tcjjthe jQMtW of the order ajl over Kwitwcky a to hto assay riead here Jopievtha u n HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes The Ladies Auxiliary will elect its officers in December A class of sixty was Initiated Into the order at the Milwaukee Academy Music last Monday night Division 1 will have important business for Tuesday nights meeting President Tynan requests the presence of membersThe two years should see the membership doubled in Louisville foithe best men for office and the end will be easy to reach Division 17 of New York City recently presented handsome statue of St Patrick to St Matthews church Rev P Jr Maughan is the pastor and also Chaplain of Division 17 The State officers of the Minnesota Ladies Auxiliary are working diligently on a plan to increase their insurance pol1 icy to 1000 and hope to have it an accomplished fact by January 1 For the first time in many months the meeting of Division 3 on Monday night was poorly attended and the busine unimportant The rule has been always have something doing toa The name of Lawrence Mackey been frequently mentioned for the dency of Division 3 and there are me bers in all the divisions who would 11 to see him elected to the position Minneapolis Hibernians increased their twyo years Last month a class of sixty was initiated and it is expected the member ship will reach 2000 before spring Division 1 of Memphis has inaugurated a series of debates Speaking of the order the Catholic Journal of that city says every true Irishman should be a Hiber nian as no other Catholic society can compare with it The Literary Committee of Division 4 will have an interesting report to submit next Wednesday night Arrangements For the euchre are being pushed and a fine programme will be prepared Every member should attend to encourage the committeeCon Joe Lynch John Keaney and Edward Keiran are doing good work 8for Division 2 Not meeting has passed for some time that they did not present one or more applications They say they will not cease their efforts until the membership reaches 100 An interesting item for all to know fis that the combined treasuries of the vari ous divisions in America and Canada have the grand total of 151007785 and have paid out for charitable purposes during the past two years 99676 The total membership of both bodies at the present time is 171955 The Ladies Auxiliary of New are preparing for their booth at St Al pbonsus festival The booth will be de signed to represent Blarney Castle and all visitors will be allowed the opportu nity to kiss the famous Blarney stone To those who visit the booth on HiberII nian night October 25 a souvenir presentedDivision beII 1 of Duluth Minn which near 300 members now meets in the Cathedral Hall and intends newII meetings thissome interesting Historical papers will be prepared erII short debates in which all the will jjoin are among the things pr01 Drier addresses on American historyOSedII the history of Ireland will be made time to time fromII BROKG TWO RECORDS twoII The Stag Bowling Club broke recordinthe Palls City Bowling League last Tuesday evening while contesting I with the John C Lewie Club it Monte douicos alleys They made new records for the highest team score in a single game and alto for the highest team score In tlreegaUMt also establishing a firm hold on first place in the league race The Stag team Is composed of Albert Gregg Fay Orr John etkenJ- ohn J Barry Robert Southard John Y KimbergVawl Arthur Boardnwn 1 We d flretc1W8jttbprlaUBi J MJ t rc P BE SURE TO CALL FOR I McKENNAWHISKY 1 IT IS ALWAYS PURE f p H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky v M 3 the BrableE Gilbert Company INCOTCO StationersPrinters PrintersBinders Booiwiiers I Representatives of the Hammond typewriter for Kentucky typewriter Supplies Ribbons etc I for all machines C Jt Blank Book and Paper Box imanufacturers r Cot Gbirfc and careen tsm o XouievUIe 1J sfi TII6 Gllas fl ROO6rs BOOk GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE 28VJ BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLESt + OF EVERY DESCRIPTION g 3t5r w Jefferson Streets tSMe8+11+1 I 1 I JuI I I HHJuI I 111 IIII I I 1 I H 11 1111 Union Ice Cream Co nJFine Vanilla Cream and Sherbet 75c per gal Strawberry Peach and Chocolate 85c per galf galrtgaleions100 gallops per hour 389Jessr to 633 EIGHTH sor11111 I HHultH t I Jul JJuII I I I+HIHHI I I I I I H I 11 1 I I NIl r II I III II II It III It H+ JAMES SOWDERS StreettoshandOysterskeBOTH PHONES IiZIsaa r 8DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN 1 Dougherty Keenon- UNDERTAKERSI 11225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth IBOTH TI3iIBPHOI TAi S 1SSO Attended to Day or Night Oar riages Furnished for All Occasions- D I Dougherty iiIii Home Telephone 2916 I + i I II I 1 +F +Oran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notices 700 WEST WALNUT STREET TELEPHONE 810 P BANNON MJ DANNONIH M WOLTRING R B BANNON President Vice Pres Secretary Treasurer F Bainon SSewerrPip CCo Salt PipeBatmens Jl8 for Steam Ceadaits Wall Coping Drain TUeLVitrified Street Paving Brick Fire IrlcllrGrateay ClaIMaey Tops Lawa Vases Vitrified Sidewalk Brick OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON TBLBPUONB673 WORKSr3th and Lexington a Magnolia Ave Bet 9th and leth TELEPHONE 2833 OLD AND BANE WHISKIES A SPECIALTY BLUE GRASS EXCHANGE 0 Louis Wabnitz Co Proprietors + 1 S t LPTJH4Mlskttat 01 + t L 01 U r