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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 1 l I t Wm i3S W Jacob cncajnut 7 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN L VOLUME XIIINO 18 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 29 1904 PRICE FIVE CENTS rIRISH HIGH CROSS Replica of the Most Perfect andl Oldeet Specimen Now In Existence Jk rjStands in the Barony of For lard Four Miles North ofjIf t Drogheda 1 Fine Reproduction of DIcKln f toy Cottago in County AntrimR- AGEDFOR Q t LOYALTY TO IRELAND In the front of the great reproduction of Cormacs chapel at Cashel in the grounds of the Irish exhibition at the Worlds Fair stands an immense Celtic cross conspicuous not merely for its great size but for the elaborate style of its ornamentation as well It is a replica made by order of the Department of Agriculture and Technical Irish for Ire land of the great high cross of Monaster boice the most perfect and oldest per haps of all the perfect specimens of the ancient high cross now in existence Monasterboice is situated in the Barony of Ferrard County Louth about four miles north of Drogheda Its Irish name is Mainlster Buite i e the Monastery of Buite or Boetlus i Bishop who lived about the end of the fifth centuryI His festival was celebrated on December 7 according to the Felire of Oengus IITbe feast of white victorious Butte Of treasurous Monasterboice- Monasterboice says a commentator in the Leabhar Breac is the monastery lasting settled of Butte whose name is interpreted as living to God and also fire for a star made manifest his birth as happened at the birth of Christ The term high cross by which this type of monument is distinguished is taken from the annals of the Four Masters where the cros ard of Clonmacnoise is c mentioned From all that can be learned I on the subject these high crosses were J not intended as sepulchral monuments but were set up to make the boundary of the sanctuary f There are fortyfive high crosses still I remaining ill IrelattdBll of them la a more or less perfect state of preservation 1 Thirtytwo of them are richly orna mented eight of which bear inscriptions wherein the names of the following per sons have been identified King Flann Abbot of Clonmacnoise 904 Muiredach Abbot of Monasterboice 942 King Tur lough OConor HOC Aedh Oissen Abbot of Cong 1161 Gillachrist OTuathail 1161 ODubhthaigh ODuffy 1150 Miss Margaret Stokes in her Early Christian Art in Ireland states that while the earliest of these monuments J does not date back further than the beginning of the tenth century still theyi were all made before the end of the thir teenth century I have never been able to find anything to support this belief tt On the contrary these high crosses never having been designed to mark the burial places of distinguished persons it is quite reasonable to suppose they were set up during the lifetime of the people mentioned in the inscriptions Thps King Flann and Colman both died in 904 Therefore it is resonable to suppose that their crosses were erected long be fore that date probably some time toward 1 the close of the ninth century Many of 1 the crosses bearing no inscription are 1 fully as old as these perhaps older ThBt none were made after the close of the tI twelfth century is not to be wondered at considering the state of disorder into which the country was plunged by the invasion of the Norman English The particular form of the Irish crosses i the most beautiful type of the Christian emblem in art has been variously explained An ancient Pagan symbol conj slating of a circle containing a cross and connected with the old religion of sun worship is found in some prehistoric j Irish monuments as at Newgrange onJj 1the Boyne and it is supposed that this may have been adopted for its artistic value Another explanation is that the j Irish cross is a form of the Greek Inc which a circle also appears with theI abaft elongated and the arms projecting j outside the circle and this Miss Stokes observes seems symbolic the whole 1 subject of Irish ecclesiastical art whlcht from its very beginning shows Byzantine j and Latin elements commingled The high cross of Mouasterboice wasIj carved and erected during the incum bency of Muiredach as Abbot of MonasII terboice whose death is thus recorded laJJ the Annals of Ulster A D 923 MuirII Mach son of Domnall tanist Abbot ofIArmagh and chief steward of the southII era Hy Neill and successor of Butte thejj son of Branacb head of the council of all the men of Bregia lai4yand clergy j departed this life oh the 5th day of the calends of December The death of this Huiredach is similarly entered IN a the Aa alf the Four Masters except that there he is called the Steward oflI Ute people of Patrick Armagh from I Mieve Faadh to Waster The ornamentation of the Moo art er bole cross ir divided into twenty four panels 0a some of the latter the imbf 1 jest ate HuluUUigibJf but uyo- flulIc i n biz identified These treat 1 oEtM+ raeizioH the tacriice of lease the empty tomb guwdwi by lfl piog sale 4 diers the descent into hell the fall of Adam the slaying of Abel the adoration of the Magi Samson with the lion and the bear David and Goliab and Christ Iin glory On the side panels are many elaborate designs of the interlacing pat tern and on the brae may also be found the same type of ornamentation Another interesting reproduction Iis that of the McKinley cottage standing near the main gate The original is in Dervock County Antrim and is known as the home of the greatgrandfather of the late President McKinley TheMe Kinleys or as they spelled the name in the early days McKinlay were originally settlers from Scotland in Ulster whither they were attracted by the linen industry They won some reputation in the eighteenth century by their efforts to develop and exploit the linen manufacture Like most of their party they became warmly attached to their adopted country and when the rebellion of 1798 broke out England found in the sturdy Presbyterian stock of the North some of her bitterest and most implacable ene mica Francis McKinlay was no excep Lion to the rule He WAS a splendid drill master and soon distinguished him self by his activity in training the young patriots of Dervock in the use of arms The knowledge of this fact was sot long in reaching the ears of the authorities and one night the McKinlay cottage was surrounded by yeomanry who battered down the door and dragged Francis Mc Kinlay from his bed The hOUse was burned and McKinlay hanged to a tree in front of the neighboring church All daylong the body swung in the breeze nobody daring to cut it down but as night fell several daring spirits took the body down and buried it in the church yard Much of the original furniture has been brought over for this cottage and its antique appearance and rude style attract much attention from the visitors S WEDDING BELLS Ring Out Joyously and Young People Pirht Their Troth One of the most elaborate weddings ever witnessed in St Louis Bertrands church was the marriage last Wednesday morning of Miss Anna Regina Kelly and Eugene Henchey Seldom has a wed ding occurred under happier auspices and when the wedding march pealed forth and Very Rev Father Volz O P in the rich robes of his office came forward to uniter the happy coupreT the holy bonds of matrimony before the magnificent altar with its handsome decorations and brilliant illumination- the church was thronged with friends of the bride and groom The bride who is the niece of Judge Matt ODoherty was attired in a lovely costume and looked beautiful and her sister Miss Josephine Kelly was a charming bridesmaid James W Green of Little Rock who will become a groom next Monday was best man and Hon Augustus J Bizot J Kavanagh Thomas Nugent and William Kimmons of Madisonville Ind were the ushers During the nuptial mass a splendid musical pro gramme was rendered under the direc ion of Prof Himmersbach a large choir assisting and solos being rendered by Messrs Fred Mansfield and Charles Siersdorier Following the church ceremony there was a bounteous wedding breakfast at the home of Judge ODoherty after which the newly wedded pair left on an extended honeymoon trip to Chicago and St Louis They will return November 15 and then be at home to their friends at 23 St Charles I Place Hosts of friends congratulate Mr Henchey on winning so charming a bride and all unite in wishing them a long and happy married life SCALDS WERE FATAL William Blasius Suffered a Horrible Death Last MondaYrI Last Monday afternoon William BIas ius a boilermaker in the service of the Monon railroad at New Albany was scalded so badly by steam and hot waterII while repairing the flue of a locomotive in the repair shops in that city that he died early the next morning after the most horrible suffering He was working in the firebox when the accident hap pened and when he was pulled out he was so badly burned thartbe flesh clung to his clothes when they were removed Blasius had been in the employ of the Monon for twenty years and was one of its best men He was fortytwo years old and leaves a wife and child for whom there is felt the most sincere sympathy He was a devout and consistent com mnnicant of Holy Trinity church and a member of the Ancient Order of Hiber nians Young Mens Institute and other fraternal societies The funeral took place Thursday morning and was largely attended IROSE FLANNKJAN WINS l Little MIl Rose May Flaanlgan was the holder of the lucky number that won the piano at the drawing bctf Wednea day night at the rooms f S tolU Council J Y II 1She reeidefi with her parents on Sixth street near Broadway and her I friends have been visiting her lia large I congratulateliarr J Poaoghf of the Ballard fc BelMWo r Cansjeep fold UM rwxt Uktt u U J CORMACS CHAPEL AND MONASTERBOICU HIGH CROSS tIII MKINLEY COTTAGE IN COUNTY ANTRIM HJH I HIlIHHHHHHvl 1 1 il iiI I i 1 1 IH Mil i IIIII+i H I L DEMOCRATS Have An Excellent Ticket in Louiuvlile and Jefferson County- Congressman and Judge of the Circuit Court the Most Im portant Offices Good Men Named For School Trustees and the Minor Places ELECTION 01 nIt TUESDAY WEEK The people of Louisville and Jefferson county will be called upon to vote for President and Vice President next Tues day week The issues are about made up and most people have made up their minds how they shall cast their ballots In the Presidential contest the Parker and Davlselector in this district ought to receive the largest majority for several years inasmuch as the gold and silver wings of the party are once more united and there seems to be no discord among the party leaders The local ticket to be voted for this year is not a large one In November 1905 a Mayor and city officers and many county officers are to be voted for The ticket this year indues a Congressman Judge of the Circuit Court Common Pleas division No 3 a County Attorney a Magistrate foe the Sixth district and seven School Trusteas The Democratic nominees for Trustees in the seven legislative districts are Edward W Wolff John Hoertz Dr Elnutcbel Dr Brace Lentr James Norton S C Moore A IL Bracheyi- Johir Hoertz James Norton Dr Bruce Lentz and A H Brachey have served long in the School Board and flair records are good The other three need uses are also excellent men It iie im pedant to get good Irlin the School Board and the Duocrtic nominees fill the WU Bftward Ca Meflenry is mUag tb I a cy race for Magistrate to fill a vacancy caused by the death of his father who long held that position He is well qualified for the place Robert Worth Bingham is running for County Attorney to fill out the unexpired term of Samuel Kirby elected Judge of the Circuit Court Chancery division The Hon Matt ODoherty is making the race for Judge of the Circuit Court Common Pleas division No3 to fill outI the unexpired term of the lamented Judge Upton W Muir He Is now filling the position by appointment of the Governor Judge ODoherty is eminently qualified for the position and the voters will make no mistake in giving him their earnest support He is an upright and capable lawyer and just Judge Congressman Sherley is deserving of a second term He has made a capable Congressman and will do even better during his second term as he will have the additional experience The Demo crats of Louisville have altogether a ticket which they can support without any misgivings GONE TO REST Heart Failure Claims Mrs John A hern For Its Victim Mrs Sarah Ahern beloved wife of John Ahern died suddenly on Friday night of last week at the family residence 651 East Main street after an illness of but a few hours and the news of her death of heart disease was a great shock to her relatives and all who knew her Mrs Ahern was truly one of the very best of women as was attested by the large outpouring of friends at the funeral and the eloquent tribute to her memory which was delivered at St Johns church during the funeral services When the reverend father said she was the very soul of womanhood a real devoted Catholic wife and mother and a true friend many were moved to tears but she had been called to her eternal reward thereto remain for all eternity and IUs to be hoped and prayed for that she will enjoy everlasting happiness in thereeltne of peace Mrs Ahern left a comfortable and happy home a Lost of friends and above J1 a loving husband in the fullest reuse of tbew rdaJld four children William derlylaidgrave being covered with flonil o8e4ngdY n PETERS PENCE Americans Will Be Urged to Bo More Liberal This Year Than Last The Diminished Revenue From France Necessitates Appeal For More Money Running Expenses of the Vati can Heavier Than For Some Time SATOLLI COLLECTED SOME NONE The Vatican has sent instructions to all the Bishops in the United States to urge the faithful of their dioceses to be more generous toward the annual collections taken up in all the churches as an offer tug to the Pope The extraordinary ex penses of a first year of pontificate and the greatly diminished revenue from the French churches have caused this step Already assurances have been received that this years collection from the United States will greatly exceed the amount sent to Rome in previous years says a cablegram from Rome The economies introduced in the Vati can administration by the present Pope are still practiced but the interest from invested capital constituting the general fund of the Holy See is hardly sufficient to pay the running expenses of the apoa jtolic palaces and salaries of Cardinals and Nuncios The general fund when Plus X was installed amounted to nearly 10000000 invested In giltedged securi ties bearing an average interest of half a million dollars During this first year of his Pontificate Pius Xhla found that expenses have largely exceeded 1000 000 and he lsi tneay not wishing to en crouch upon the capital invested Then thereini the question of providing for con tingencies lire the recent one of the Bihofni of Laval1 and Dijon to whom the Fops has atrigned an auuual petwJoa of ilfOO Hardly any hopes enUrtaiiwdJ that matters in France will iiupcof eo6i rI tI and provision is therefore to be made for other Bishops and clergy whose salaries may be stopped by the Government So the Pope has started a contingent fund dyhalfI Satolli during his recent trip to th- II United States The balance came princi pally from the offerings made by pil grimages notably from the Society of Silllon of which nearly every Catholic in France is a member Cardinal AlocennI the administrator ofr the Holy Seeassures the Pope that the expenses of the current year will not bas e large of those of last year because there will not be the expense of the conclave of pensioning its members or car ornation and the late Popes funeral Consequently the running expenses next year will be under a million dollars unless something extraordinary happens It is thought that with an increased an nual contribution from the Catholics of the United States and England it will b possible for Pius X to pay all running expenses without making any inroads 8 upon the invested capital The many contributions sent to the Pope from America through Cardinal SatolH during his recent visit and th glowing account he has given to Pius X of the generosity of American Catholics have greatly encouraged the Pope in the belief that the church in America is des tined to take the place of the French church in providing for the financiall needs not only of the Holy See but of every other portion of the church which may find itself in financial distress in the future MOURN HIS DEATH Charles Score Passes Away After Suffering Long Illness The many friends of Charles Score were grieved to learn of his demise which occurred last Saturday night at the home of his father John Score Seventh street after a painful illness of ten months during which he bore his suffer ings with a Christian fortitude and patience that was remarkable Young Score was born in this city and after graduating from St Xaviers College he secured a responsible position in the offices of the L N where his faithful services were recognized and it was the opinion of his fellow associates that few had as bright prospects for the future Ten months ago he was stricken with what was thought to be rheumatism and he went to Martinsvllle Ind in hopes of regaining his health This availed him nothing and he returned home His con dition slowly grew worse till Saturday when having received the last rites of the church and surrounded by his father brother and five ulsters his death came peacefully Charles Score was of a pleas ant and cheery disposition and was held in high esteem by a wide circle of friends both here and elsewhere The funeral took place Tuesday morning from the Dominican church where he attended mass from his boyhood A solemn high mass of requiem was celebrated and the Rev Father Lawler preached the funeral sermon in which he extolled the virtues of the deceased and in a feeling manner appealed to all to be as well prepared for the final summons For the bereaved father and brother and sisters there were many floral and other testimonials of sympathy MACEIN COUNCIL Invites Supreme President Fo arty to Opening of New Club House Mackin Council Y M I at its meet ing Tuesday night instructed President James Shelley and Secretary Frank Burke to send a formal invitation to Supreme President William Fogarty of Indianapo lis to be present at the opening of the new club house and hall on November 17 which will be followed by a three days bazar The Joint Committee of the three local councils will join in the invitation and members of the order will give a dinner in honor of the distinguished vis itor during his stay President Shelley and Secretary Dan Weber made some excellent suggestions regarding methods to reach delinquents who will be dropped from the roll if they do not pay up Tuesday night when there will be another initiation Dan Weber reported everything now ready for the Thanksgiving eve ball which will bring together a large assemblage of friends of Mackin Council Chairman Kerberg announced that the finishing touches would soon be put on the hall and the Ways and Means Com mittee felt encouraged over prospects for the bazar Its success now depends uPon the members alone Special committees were named to visit Trinity Satolll and Unity Councils and invite them to the opening of the bazar There are none on the sick tit now therefore If all those in arrears and all others would pay dues to the first of the year surprisingly large sum would be on band to liquidate the debts incurred in furnishing the new home for Mackia VISITING EASTERN BRANCHES Albert F Martlri State Secretary otI the Catholic Knights of America and also law agent for t Louisville Nashville railroad left llast Saturday to spend two weeks in New Vorie City Whileic the But he will visit a number of- braucheof tlieC RofA i u APPEAL for Voters to Cast Their Bale lots For Sewerage Bonds rDI 4ncJtVillValuable biota Sewers Are Necessary to Protect Cltlzeuy From Disease G IIENeThe most important qqestfpp before the people of Louisville at this time is theecoming election which will provide means for the erection of sewers that are an imperative need and without which the future health and prosperity of the imperiled thought to have been carried and there v was great rejoicing among the progres sive element and the workingof the city but because of some technical quibbling the matter the courts and there defeatedFrom the first this paper has advocated the issue of bonds for the construction of sewers and it again urges every citizen to cast his vote therefor on election day For twentyfive years the building of sewers for this growing city has been neglected with the result that numerous large capitalists have refused to Invest their money here many large factories that would have given employment to thousands would not locate in Louisville and the growth of the city has been cor respondingly retarded But more important than all this is the health of our people which has been and is now threatened in many sections and which can only be preserved by the construction of a complete and better sewerage systemThis year the people seem to be aroused and itwill be surprising if nearly all the voters do not support this Issue of bonds With this qnestfon settled the city government may pelt year begin work of improvement Today almost the entire city of Louisville south of Broadway is without adequate 6ejyF age as is also the major portion of theii West End And the wonder is that there should be found a single house holder or lot owner in those sections wljp does not want the locality in which he resides brought up to the same sanitary standard that prevails north of noM way The talk of a heavy tax on the cottage or home of the workingman is all tommy rot They helped to build sewers for others and it is now time for thong others to build sewers for them The most strenuous opponents of the measure are those who are already provided for who do not care fcr the growth of tthe city or the health of its inhabitants out side of their own immediate neighbor hoodSpeaking aubjKcJohnmost reliable and substantial citizens had this to say I regard the proposed Jjssg ance of bonds as a public necessity W are confronted by a condition which must be met It will be the greatest thing that has been done for LouisvilleI for years and will be of inestimable vain to the whole people Aside from the sanitary viewpoint the proposition is one which I do not see how people eau get away from- Spalding Coleman another prominent decptnterestof the city gave emphatic utterance to the following Louisville needs the sewers I am strong for the bond issue and if the money is properly expended as IIt doubtless will be I am of the opinion that the improvement will be the best thing that could be done for Louisvilje Voters should remember that Louis ville has an established reputation of commercial and manufacturing impor ca4l lack of proper sewerage is the main ob stacle to overcome Factories should to given the attention in this respect which they deserve and provided with sowers by the city Then will ensue steady Ma ployment for labor There will be Jjess idleness and suffering and splendid opportunity will be afforded the generation of boys now in school for advancement in the mechanical and industrial tkaj will follow the needed improvements ad vocatedAnd to the small home owners it may be truthfully said the value of their Uttfc holdings will never materially increase until they are protected by a proper eye tern of sewerage They should not fee blJWthisTen years from now the expense of cORjstructing the sewers contemplated 9rgiaa4tbe double the amount involved lnthe+ proposed bond issue This is not question of party or poli flee but one which Involves the future of 1I4i11tucky Irish American feels it a dalyta urge all good ciUiens to work cud vote For the hoed issue and carry ft by Ui I lsldlMtuxe u d r J VI- f 7i Hi SECl TT7TOHY IRIpSI AlIIQ IOANIloo KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflN e py111111NNIMIMLIM111M rated te the Morel and Social Advancement of all Irish Ataerleass KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY se Entered at the tonlsvllle Postofflco es SecIIClass Matter tddt era all CoTKBUBlcatloHitotke KENTUCKY IRISII AMERICAN 326 West Greco Stree- ii UNION tRADES COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 29 1904 DEMOCRTICTICLETPresident r ALTON B PARKER Vice President HENRY G DAVIS For Congress SWAGAR SHERLEY For Judge Jefferson Circuit Court Common Pleat Branch Division 3 MATT ODOHERTY- For County Attorney ROBERT W BINGHAM For Magistrate 6th Magisterial District ED MEGLEMRY For School Trustees 45th Legislative District EDWARD W WOLFF 46th Legislative District JOHN HOERTZ 47lh Legislative District DR E1 BUECHEL 48th Legislative District DR BRUCE LENTZ 49th Legislative District JAMES NORTON 50th Legislative District- S C MOORE 51stI Legislative District- A H BRACHEY ELECTION NOT FAR OFF The Presidential election Is now only about ten days off It will occur November anext Tuesday week It should be the desire and is the duty of every good citizen to vote The Presidential campaign which is now about to close has been the quietest one in the history of the country The only stir made in this section and in Southern In diana so far has been made by the whirlwind tour of William Jennings Bryan Everywhere that Bryan has gone during this campaign the people have turned out in great num bers to hear him No other public speaker has been able to attract much attention with the possible exception of Congressman Bourke Cockran who has been touring Northern Indiana this week in a special car- What this quiet campaign means is a puzzle to the politicians Each side claims that the silence means something to their advantage It Is conceded that the contests in In diana and New York will be close and until the votes are counted no one can tell the result Something might turn up in a day or night to change the whole situation Here in Kentucky no one doubts the electiod of the majority of the Democratic nominees and the re turn to Congress of the usual num ber of Democrats In the Louis ville district Mr Sherley Las the solid support of his party and of course will be returned to Congress Judge Matt ODphertys friends are alert and he will doubtless receive a Urge majority for Circuit Judge as he deserves Judge ODoherty will continue to bean honor and a- peoplecredit to the bench and the should reelect him SETTLE PUBLIC DOMAIN George H Maxwell editor of Maxwells Talisman a monthly publication printed in Chicago is I r conducting campaign in favor of training men to make a living straight from mother earth He believes like many others that the public domain should be settled and developed as a cure for social unrest In a rlcent address to the Commer cial Travelers Association assem o bled in Springfield 111 Mr Max well said Now suppose that you could eke the men who are out of employment in the United States today aa4send them down tlMrtto LouJNI ina Itj wahof building irrigation works to water the deserts Mart them to building extensive reclam an n ation works such as the Dutch Government is now building in Holland to reclaim lands submerged by great inland sci give them employ meat first In the work of reclaim ing the lands and then give every man as soon as the land is ready for occupation a chance to get a small piece of land and earn hi living from it by farming it with his own labor Mr Maxwell calls attention to the fact that Montana with an area as large as Indiana Illinois and Ohio combined has only a popula tion of 250000 while it is capable of supporting 9000000 people He suggests irrigation on a large scale and says 10000000 acres of land in the State of Montana alone could be reclaimed through irrigation What could be done in Montana could be dupilated in many other sections of the West Instead of spending millions on the Philip pines Mr Maxwell wound spend this public money at home By the reclamation of Western lands many thousands would be able to own their own farms and be independent Citizens instead of crowding into the cities On the subject of the study of agriculture in the schools he says The school days are being di vided into periods for books and periods for outdoor work and as a consequence an improvement in the health of the children is soon no ticeable III the larger cities the school garden movement is attracting much attention and growing in popular favor The growing in terest in agriculture everywhere portends a great movement of the people to turn back to the land which is the only absolutely safe and effective rcjmedy for the social and iudustrial evils that threaten our country today The Kentucky Irish American has received several more communications on the Catholic Knights rerating question some long some short but all more or less personal Their publication would benefit neither the writers nor the Catholic Knights but would require more space than we can spare and they will be therefore returned to the writers on demand Heated news paper controversy ml not bring the members together and would not aid in reaching a result that would prove satisfactory to all Halloween this year falls on Monday which will give the youths good opportunity for their tricks and games But the boys are cautioned not to injure property or do anything that would place them in the hands of the police The better way to celebrate is by spending the evening in social gatherings within doors which will after all furnish the greatest enjoyment The M H Wiltzius Company of Milwaukee publishers of the Catholic Directory and dealers in Catholic goods captured the grand prize with their exhibit at the Worlds Fair They were also awarded one gold one silver and three bronze medals Their dis ally of church goods was perhaps the moelaborate ever seen in this country WELL KNOWN HERE Rev FatherJohn T Burns a native of mievllle and a brother of Will Burns Secretary of Division S AO H wan- here em a vUit the early partfit this wtek as the guest of Rev Father Rafts Father lurne ham been MaUonedat Huntsville AlaCOI several years bt wilt go from here to San Joeealtwhere be will locate with St Patrick Seminary a sew eoilegeaUtatioajast Mtabiiefetd tlMra F thr Bunw imwdi renje b eed- bexei formerly oItJsC t ltr pdntsjotgoe J SOGIEfY 1- J D rkeCarroltot Buffalo visited friend here this week and then left for St Loula Mrs H D Rodman has been having I pleasant visit with the family of Judgl Thurman at Springfield Mr and Mrs George T Root will iar rive home today from a ten days visit tithe St Louis Exposition Mist Lena Drier entertained her euchrl club Friday night and the member voted her a charming hostess William J Chawk Jr of the Globe Tanning Company has been visiting the Worlds Fair durIng the past week Miss Kathryn Schneiderhahn who ffi uncleathe sculptor will return home next week Alfred Gunn and wife who were tin guests of Mrs William Osborne In Oak dare have returned to their home at Rochester Misses Elenora Schaulle and Annie witgspend several weeks with friends and visit the Worlds Fair Mr and Mrs John M Brenuan of 121 Eighth street have been visiting tit Worlds Fair during the past week and are expected home tomorrow Mrs Harriet Gray of Chicora Miss is here on a visit as the guestof het parents Mr and Mrs James Disney oj Thirtythird and Water streets Miss Cecilia Grogan entertained her card club Monday evening at her home in Portland the members of which were delighted with her generous hospitality Joe Taylor and Mike Quinn of the West End were so impressed with their visit to the Fair last month that they are arranging to go again two weeks hence The many friends of Miss Blanche Han nephln who has been ill for many months will be rejoiced to learn that she la now Improving and may soon be entirely wellMiss Josephine Murphy who was the guest of Mrs Walter Creed at her summel residence on Silver Hills near New Albany has returned to her Home at Frankfort Mrs Mary T Barrett her daughter Virginia and son Raymond went to Cov ington Tuesday morning to attend the wedding of James Bradley a brother o1 Mrs Barrett Thomas Hanlon and wife of West Broadway and Charles Han ephlnand Mrs ORourke were among the number from this city who spent the past week seeing the Worlds Fair Mrs George Holland and little daugh ter accompanied by Misses Annie and Mary Duller Mayme Keenan and Thomas Keenan Jr left Wednesday morning for a ten days visit to the Worlds Fair Mrs David Welch wife of the Seventh street plumber has returned from an extended visit to St Louis and the Worlds Fair She says she saw no exhibit that equaled that of the Irish industries hall James Russell and family of West Madison street left this week for Danville 111 where they expect to make their future home They have many friends here who regret their removal from the city Miss Anna Marquet and Benjamin Renu well known young people of Lafayette township were united in marriage Tuesday morning at St Marys of the Knobs jiear New Albany Rev Father Hildebrand performing the ceremony Miss Mamie Jordan and Thomas Ridge popular and prominent in West End social circles were united in marriage by Vicar General Cronin at St Patricks 011 Wednesday evening There was a large assemblage of friends to witness the ceremony and tender congratulations to the happy pair There is much rejoicing In the Mul laney home at 1116 Seventh street A pretty little girl has just arrived from Babyland and Papa Nell is asproud atI if be were the President of the United States He says It is only question oj time until she will be the acknowledged belle of that section of the city Charles Co Boldrick of Lebanon and Miss Georgia Connelly of Birmingham Ala were married Wednesday at the borne of the bride Mr Boldrick is ia promising young attorney of the Leba non bar while his bride is one of Bit minghams popular and pretty young women and will be a welcome addition to Marion county social circles The marriage of Miss Btcanor Weiler and Floyd Tompkins took place at St Louis Bertrands church Wednesday veiling at 6 oclock in the presence of ia large assemblage of friends and relatives Miss Gertrude Thome was maid of honor andMIN Irene Weiler was the brides maid Ray Flannigan wail the beat mat and M 5sers Ernwlne Weiler and Chris Stark were the ushers Luke Connolly a wealthy CalifornianI niyed iathe city the first of the weak to clalnr his bride and ono Wednesday morn ing led to the altar at the Dominican church Miss Nora Haaley a Most wtlm able and charming young woman Who for a number of years reaid d with rsla ivea in tub city After a wedding break fast the bride aod groom ltt for Califer nlaheretbcYwUUn future reside Miss Nora Wales of 51606 FiretstrcKdt nUrtalrwd Sunday evening in honor of- Miss Katie Delaney of Hartford City lad Those jxeeeat were Missal Julia Kelly Mamie Schrfefcr Hieel Kraft Mad H fliovAnn Dooley and Adelaide ltarrtl Mr John Fan t and Mn William i I Better Goods at Lower Prices HAS BEEN THE MOTTO OF THIS STORE FOR YEARS And this has had the effect of filling aU the smaller stores witha better grade of goods than what they carried before our advent into this city To this big store is due the fact that Louisville is the best retail furniture market in the country for the consumer with the RhodesBurford Co leading as usual AU houses must come up to its standardof high quality and low prices as nearly as possible to seek other fields It is the pioneer house of its II kind in America as well as the largest in the world keep this fact in mind when you go to buy The Bucks Hotblast Heater is not a complicated stove but merely possesses a simple commonsense arrangement b all the smoke soot and gases are burned giving that additional fuel which you lose in the ordinary heater Each beater is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction Think what this means to youA SAVING OF ONBHAIF YOUR REGULAR COAT BILL Largest Housefur nlihors In the World T rVT Mudd Messrs D J Coleman William Heffernan Arthur Kramer Charles Jan sen and Raymond Faust Several vocal and instrumental selections were ren dered by Miss Kelly Mr Heffernan and Mr Colemau Holy Name church South Louisville at 530 oclock Wednesday morning was the scene of a very pretty wedding when Dennis Keating a prominent resident and contractor of Shelbyville and Miss SalHe Sullivan one of the most popular girls in South Louisville social circles were united by Reyltother OConnor at a nuptial mass before a large number of friends and relatives of the contracting parties After the wedding breakfast the bride and groom left for the Worlds Fair and on their return will reside on the Boulevard The marriage of Miss Mary Agnes OKeefe the accomplished and attractive daughter of Mrs Annie OKeefe 730 West St Catherine street and William T Campbell the well known young contracting plasterer occurred Wednesday evening at St Louis Bertrands The wedding was a pretty one and the bride presented a lovely appearance in a beau tiful traveling costume After the core mony the couple were the recipients of hearty congratulations They are now enjoying their honeymoon trip to the larger Western cities The marriage of Martin Dully and Miss Blanche Balder the popular and attractive daughter of Joseph Balder was solemnized Wednesday morning at St Charles church with nuptial high mass Rev rather Raffo officiating The church was thronged with friends and admirers of the young couple who came from all parts of the city to witness the beautiful ceremony After the bride and groom had plighted their troth the wed ding party proceeded to the home of the grooms parents Twentysecond and Chestnut streets where an elegant wed ding breakfast was served The ushers were John and Will Duffy brothers of the groom and Will Horan and John Ryan Before their departure for New York and the East the newly wedded couple were Congratula tions The groom is the son of M J Duffy the plumber and is associated with him in business BOARD r Meets In SpecialI Session and Discusses Important Questions At a special meeting of the County Board A O Htlast Sunday afternoon presided over by President Thomas Quinn consideration was given to a number of questions of more than ordi nary interest to the members in general Upon motion of Delegate Keiran permis lion was given Division 2 to give a euchre OB Friday evening November 18 when handsome pricM will be awarded Tress rarer John Mulloy was instructed to col ledIBoneysandpayaUbiUs which may be presented A special committee was appointed too report for conducting the hall the divisions and the board It is proposed to give tbe- ordera business administration and to comply with all the laws laid down by- both National and iltateBoardsandbe sides steps will soon be taken to again revive interest in this great Catholic osdes and gretiUy iricrea eth memberI sh X All inctnbera are requested to- make MIICCIiBte with the J Dew ocmadttttiott and be ready to yoU on 1 an qoMUone atitlM regHlar Cowoty hoard i tametiec on Monday aight October 8U J o BucksNot Blast 15 COZ7 TERMS 10 Cents a Day 1 DONOT Be misled by the claims put forth by small firms intheiradvertisements There is no stove made just as good as the Bucks it stands alone and if you will investi gate you will find it so The terms upon which we sell these stoves put them in the reach of everyone It only takes JOc a Day1 STURDY YOUNG SCION The accompanying cut is that of Shel ley Bannon the handsome and sturdy young scion of Patrick Bannon Jr who made his advent April 27 the anni full sway both in his own home and that of his venerable grandfather Patrick Bannon Sr After a glance at the picture all will agree that he is a chip of the old block and gives promise of adding lustre to an old end honored name HALL WAI FULL Ostraders Hall was full of gaiety and mirth Monday night and the young ladles of the Emerald Club had the pleas ure of seeing their worthy efforts on the social side realized to their hearts content The young women who compos- the Emerald Club are themselves leaders in social gatherings and contributors to every social and patriotic Irish event and they had young men friends there from every part of the city to testify to their appreciation of the many favors and obll gations they were under to the members of the club Among those present from other cities were Miss Katherine Dela ney of Hartford City Ind William Heffernan of Los Angeles Cal Jerry Mullen and Michael McCormack of Washington and Miss Loretto Ralf of Paris this State REHEARSING REOULARLY The recently organized EichbbrnKoll ros military band and chorus have been rehearsing regularly for the past four weeks for the grand concert to given at Masonic Theater on Sunday evening November 20 The progress made has been very satisfactory and a most wel come surprise is in store for music lovers Prof Elcbhorn conducts the band rehearsals while Prof Kollros directs the chorus Among the soloists who will be heard are Mrs Mamie Becker soprano Mrs T S Swain cornet and Herr Charles A Letzler violin Seats are now on sale and those who would like to see a high claaa musical organization in l undertaking GLAD HE IS TACK i The Catholics of Flemiagaburg were greatly rejoiced last Sunday morning when they again had Rev Joseph Flynn toeing the Jiiglf maw for them jti St Charles church Father Flyna had just returned CrOlllbl European trip and during the preceding week iI hearty drffllllcJulltb wee given hint by the MCpeople of that section u C 104as BucksOak Heater 398 CASH OR TIME I r The Bucks Vista is without doubt the best oak heater made It stands 43 inches high has a 10inch fire bowl and pig grayironornamented with nickled foot rails and fancy brouze urn Just glance again at the price RHODES BU FORD FURNITURE CO A VAAVAY showeredwith COUNTY recommendations flltherIShclley be Profelchhorn 300PerLoad For Our 4lh Coal Free from slack and holds fire over night ATLAS COAL CQ CHAS L CRUSH Qenl Manager PHONES 2455 OFFICE 436 WEST JEFFERSON STREET GEHER SON 217 Market St near Second i OUR GREAT SPECIALTY Stoves and Ranges MADE IN LOUISVILLE Best Assortment and the Lowest Prices In the City 7Vt1CTULBYS Wednesday and Thursday Evenings Wards enlKIMgriIluSalallllt1bo Friday and Saturday Nights and Satur day Matinee MinistereI HOPKINSMarket Theater built for comfort and safety Week Commencing Sunday Matinee Oct 3 TWO SOWS DAILY DOROTHY RUSSELL Beautiful Daughter of Lillian Russell Elizabeth Murry Corbin and Ott Three Laments Riders Monkeys Marion Lit tlefield the Biograpb and others BUCKINGHAM mElt COMME1TOIHB SUNDAY GOT 30 ilatlaeet 8an4 y HoniUy Wednesday Blt1lr417 Pbl1 S1aer1dat1 NEW CITY SPORTSB- URLESQUERS aggregation ever presented at popular prices TENTH ANNIVERSARY BALL OlTHJt LOUISYILlEPRINTINGX UNION AT TTTCPTflRnrRANg HALL JfeniUy Nov 14 1904- TJCOKliTS too Ct Beautiful souvenir given to each couple The South Americans revel ifit the oMI hioo l boiled dltfnar probably with yeah meat iInland of corned best and then add atthetut aew faMM Thto Jo r n c 631633635II P- oolPittsburgh IF YOU EXPECT TO NEED A PIANO IN THE NEXT YEAR IT WILL BE 0THE HEIGHT OF- EXTRAVAGANCE NOT TO B- UYNOW 1 OUR PRICES ARE LOWER THAN THEY HAVE BEEN BEFORE IN MANY YEARS WE MANUFACTURE BOTH PIANOS AND OROANSANDCAN ONE PROFIT WILL PAY YOU TO INVESTIGATE EASY TERMS DHiBALDWIN Oft 529531 FOURTH AYE BALDWIN ELLINGTON VALLEY REM HOWARD amS HAMILTON PIANOS 1IdJowkethedlehVitllappetiai It is certainly worth a trial1 r 1 ury- j i y- p IJI AeLEXIcAN f n Worlds HENDERSON Fair Rates ROUTE Day Except Friday and Saturday Limited Seven Days Good only in Coach and Chair Cars FFittLimited Fifteen Days 1100 Limited Sixty Days 1300 Limited to December 15 line operating Free Reclining Chair Cars on all toSt Louis combination and 41 are solid vestihuled trains composed of baggage and reclining chair car Pullman observation parlor car and diner meals ala Runs through solid Louisville to St Louis Nos 45 and 46 are composed recltping chair cars seats free and Pullman sleepers City ticket Fourth Avenue Union Depot Seventh and Water Streets L J Irwin Agent EM Womack City Pass Agent G H Baker City Ticket J Crone Ticket Agent Union Depot 111 fnI+HIl r1B 1 II 1111111 J E TRACY L H STRAUB fc T BOTH PHONES 383 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS Canl STREETS11111 +1 H 11 111 1111111 I 1 r SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON THE uwnusr w- In =an ELEGANT DINING CARE H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky PRANK J REED General Passenger Agent C H ROCKWELL Traffic Manager W H McDOEL Presidve and General Manager 11FRfNK ftflR INCORIORATBJD BREWING 60 I Brewers and BottlersLOIII6YII +LE H Katie A Smith Formerly of Gran W Smiths Sons LADY EMBALMER Washing and dressing ladies and chil dren specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reasonable prices All calls answered promptly day or night Both phones 1077 Office 052 Fifth Street Both Phones 118P Established 1863 JOHN 811 RLTTERMAN Successor to Mrs George Ratterman FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER Carriages furnished for all occasions AUcalls promptly attended to day or night l1119 W MARKET ST fIR M ANDRIOI 8SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repalrisg and Rubber Tires 215 and 297 WEST GREEN ST- y BIG FOUR THE BEST LINE T- OIndianapolis Pedria Chicago AND AM POINTS IK INDIANA and v 1MICHIGAN Clajfiland Buffalo Niw York Boston AND ALLfOINTSEAIT- Jlfon t cheerfully fmraUbd ou INKrd r n n AUGUST JOHN OETKEN BROS1 NEW GROCERY NNINNYIINMYiM11IM- MSbcth and Kentucky Sts Fresh Meats Vegetables Fruits and a full line of Fine Groceries GIVE US A OC IIAXv PJ ARCHER OutDoorndFlash Photography Horn Phone 6709 Room 44 Courier Journal Building CBTHOMPSON E ORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W JifUrson Si Both TclcphoBos 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed LEO F BROWN 809 WEST CHESTNUT STREET Real Estate Ageftt Lint your property with me You will get good returns with small charges Home Phone 3608 DRINK flGP9WHiskil tlII BOTTLED BY HENRY C LAUER 407 East JtffKMn treIT- BLBPHOt1B 1140 r Brown t piroiigtewtiaf viiwptr will1 1 polish tills lUtU1tlNy hine fIk a sdvacf n E 7 l r HARRY COLGAN Gives a Glowing Description- of What He Saw In Colorado Harry Colgan Kentuckys delegate to the Supreme Council of the Young Mens Institute which held its convention at Colorado Springs arrived home this week having stopped over at the Worlds Pain To his friends he gives a glowing description of what he saw in Colorado He was greatly pleased with the work of the Supreme Council which was in sea lion threed ysBeore the election of officers Delegate Colgan was urged to make arace fOrthe Supreme Presidency but would not allow theUSe of his name A new and improved ritual and a hands some button were adopted and both will be ready for distribution na short time While in Colorado the Kentucky dele gate visited nearly all the points of interest including Cripple Creek Victor and the gold mining centers Visiting Colorado City the delegates were enter tained by the Knights of Columbus and Elks While in Colorado Springs an old member of Alpha Council George R Pope formed himself into an entertain ment committee and wasattentive to all and in DenverKent Pope another old Louisville boy showed the visitors the sights in that cit- yHARLEM CLUB A New Social Club of Well Known Young Men Or ganized Recently A social club has been organized recently in the southern part of the diy which promises to make quite a bid for social honors It is known as the Harlem Club and has handsomely furnished clubII rooms at the snntheast corner of Seventh and Zane streets where theclub meets every Tuesday evening The officers of the club are Joseph P Carey President John J Dwan Vice President Cary B Hines Recording Sec retary John M Hanrahan Financial Secretary John B OConnell Treasurer Joseph F Sullivan ScrgautatArms The Entertainment Committee composed I of Louis B Dugan Joseph T Hanrahan Sylvester Doyle Edward Grief andI Edward A Crowley have been author lied to arrange for a dance to be given atI the New Athletic Club on November 22I BISHOPS WILL DECIDE If Women Are to Be Allowed to Sing In American CholsIA cablegram to the Chicago Inter Ocean says that while the action of Arch bishop Farley of New York in removing women singers from his Cathedral choir ia approved lit the VatlcanYit is understood here that because of representations made by some American DishI ops Pius X will not insist longer on the adoption of the sweeping reforms in church music proposed last year It has been decided that hereafter music reforms in the American diocese shall be left to the Bishops who are in better position to know what is beat for the interest of the church in their districts THE SECRET OUT Henry Dlersen the general head of the Dirrsen Brothers common beer brew ery and widely known as Uncle Hank has of late been wearing the broad smile that wont come off and treating all his friends but never making known the cause of his jubilation It remains for the Kentucky Irish American to tellI them he is the father of a fine boy and it need not be surprising if his win ter evenings are now spent at his own fireside with the new and welcome visitor who entered the world weighing fourteenIIis pounds INDIANAPOLIS CATHEDRAL Before leaving for Rome last week Bishop Francis Silas Chatard of Indianapolis ordered that a collection be taken up in all the Catholic churches of the diocese on Sunday October 30 fothe purpose of raising funds to build the new Cathedral at Indianapolis The circular letter was read in the New Albany andl Jeffersonville churches Sunday last andI the collection will be taken up tomorrow Bishop Chatard will remain in Rome until December 8- SPECIAL MUSIC SUNDAY At St Michaels church oa Brook street at the high mass tomorrow mom lag there will be an elaborate musical programme Messrs Fred Mansfield andL Harry Soete will be among the soloists and will be assisted by an enlarged choir Rev Father John Sheridan will beth= celebrant of the mass and will preachI the sermon I EXPERT ELECTRICIAN Charles Wendling who was formerly connected with the Cumberland Telephone Company has entered the elec trical business with an office at 735 Westl St Catherine street Mr Weadliag 1 an expert electrician and is capable of I doing all kinds of electrical censtrwatlonI I and repairingI SERIOUSi i The condition of Patrolman Lee Mullen who ii ill at his home or Weet Gray son street is reported quite serfone Some weeks ago he was compelled to take to his bed suffering with lane trouble Officer Mullen is attached to the Seventh district and is regarded M one of the most capable and fearless men theforceTs cakes do riot MM kmM I jjtee if aHjjbt cake to dMirai aioethe Add eat free the earbeat swcWotC akt D C oA t h Time b to Get 1111- 0Winter UnderwearSee LevsSpecial SpecialLines Linesat atand i a 1i d j Therei Great HOLLYS PILE CURE Cures any and all kinds of piles Cure guaranteed or money refunded Mail orders receive prompt attention If your- druggist has ti order from Hotly Bros 2324 W Walnut St Louisville Ky RECENT DEATHS Miss Mary McGrath died Tuesday night at the residence of her mother Mrs Hannah McGrath 1219 Fifteenth street She was a splendid young woman with fiue traits of character and the news of her death caused feelings of pro found sorrow among her wide circle of friends and acquaintances The funeral took place Friday morning from the Sacred Heart church Rev Father Walsh celebrating the solemij mass of requiem The remains of Miss Jennie Green well who died Monday morning at the resi dence of her parents 1706 Magazine street were taken to New Haven where the funeral services were held Tuesday Miss tfreenwell was twentythree years old and was a native of Nelson county where the news Of her death was received with expressions of profound sorrow Though not long a resident of this city she had by her amiable and pleasing manner won the esteem of a wide circle acquaintances TWELVE VOTE AGAINST gHenry G Hoemer State President of the Catholic Knights of America in a letter to the Kentucky Irish American says that returns received from branches in Kentucky show fourteen for and twelve against the injunction resolution adopted by the late State Council and therefore no application for injunction will be made by the State officer- sMACAULIYS At Macauleys next Wednesday and Thursday Frederick Warde and Lou Kathryn Kidder will present Salamm bo a spectacular drama w1lchit is said compares favorably with Cleo patra and other Sardou plays which won favor several years ago because of their strong appeal to the emotions The scenes are laid in Carthage and the period 3000 years ago For the rest of the week and Saturday matinee Maude Adams in the Little Minister will be the attrac tion Miss Adams will be supported by Arthur Byron and many members of the company that supported her for three successful seasons in this play- MASONIC That the Hanlons are always uptodate will be seen when the present seasons version of Snperba comes to the Ma sonic Theater next week It will show Pierrot the merry clown disporting him self on the Pike at the Worlds Fair and playing all sorts of tricks upon the denizens of the Chinese andapaneseyillagee The first act of the extravaganza will show Pierrot la the Latin Quarter of Paris where he will be given an oppor tunity of displaying some of his tricks on the students and thelrmodels The last act will take the clown back to his favorite corner of Superbas romantic realm HOPKINS THEATER IDorothy Russell the daughter of LH Han Russell will bead the bill at the Hopkins next week Miss Russell is said to inherit both the beauty and talent of her mother She sings and bar vaude villa turn ia reported to be a good one Kelly and Violette familiar to locall playgoers as the fashion plate duo are among the others on the programme Their act has always met with high favor here Beeidca a number of other good turns to amass the patrons there will be the biograph which has met with uni- versall favor aad iiaabnoeha entireshow byitwif BUCKINGHAM Specialties of a high order ofmtilt and genuine enjoyment fe promised patron of the Buckingham next week when PjiiU Sberidaas big vaudeville company err forty people will hold the boar This is heralded as the greatest aggregation of ooraediana and botlMquc stars ever preMBted at popular pricta pfMentiiig a fah eiaM show fOCTbitrewnlHa iiMMiF r of new Mtd lttensUag thespledidaltoiwu1 B V r s- U l r 8 ENCOURAGING Report Received From the Euchre Commltteeof Division 4 Division 4 of the Ancient Order of Hibernian held its regular meeting Wednesday evening with President John Henneasy in the chair and a good attend ance of members ephMonroe Cor I poral John Riley and his son James Riley were reported on the sick list and Pat Stone and Mike Hartnett were reported disabled from accidents The quarterly reports of Financial Secretary McGinn and Treasurer Hcllon were read showing the division to be in good con ditionThomas Lynch and Frank McDonogh of the Entertainment Committee reported everything in readiness for the euchre to be given by Division 4 on Wednesday evening November 9 A committee consisting of Will Connelly Will Hennessy Frauk Burke Harry Crotty and James McKiernan were appointed to visit the meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary next Wednesdayand solicit their aid for the euchre Will Connelly Robert Mitchell and Jerry Halllhan made talks on the good of the order GOOD FRIEND To the Poor Irish Fishermen Was Sir Thomas Brady By the death of Sir Thomas Brady In spector of Irish Fisheries the poor fisher men on the west coast of Ireland have lostl a truly kind hearted and most valua ble friend Sir Thomas who was one of the most kindly of men made himself in timately acquainted with circumstances and conditions of the fishers and fisheries on every tract of the coast and he did all that was in his power both in official capacity and in nonofficial capacity to alleviate the hard lot of the fisher folk of the western highlands and islands Whenever a particular case of distress cameunder his notice his purse was open to render aid and moreover he appealed to his friends and to the public if need were for help for the fishermen or for the widow or for the orphans in distress Many a poor fisherman who today is comfortable and happy blesses the memory of Sir Thomas Brady for enabling him to face and fight the world once more after his all his boats and his fishing gear were lost to him andafter he and his family were left without means of making tomorrows living In his official position hehad boats and nets supplied from time to time to thousands of fishermen upon terms that were very easy to meet A good man may now take his place but as good as Sir Thomas we can hardly hope him to be SISTER OF MERCY Marches Two Hundred Girls Out of a Burning Convent While a fire was blazingin the base ment of the Sisters of Mercy Convent at 2834 Wabash avenue Chicago last Tues day night more than 200 girls directed by Mother Superior Degales marched out of the building in the manner in which they had been repeatedly exercif ed In their fire drill Several of the young women collapsed after they had reached the open air but there was no panic while the students were leaving the building The firemen arrived just as the last of the girls had left the convent and extinguished the fire after it had caused a damage to the convent of about 5000 THE TWO PATS TRIP Pat Donnelly proprietor of Donnellys Exchange and Deputy County Assessor Pat Welsh left Tuesday night for a visit to the Worlds Fair All of the friends of these two jolly Pats have predicted that they will certainly make things hum when they strike the Pike VOTERS LAST CHANCE dnes1daydays Those who for any cause failed to have their names placed on the list at the regular registration may register on those days in the County Clerks office other wise they can not vote ENTERS BREWERY SCHOOL Henry W Dlersen of the Diersen Brothers brewery has gone to Chicago to spend a year in the leadiug brewery school of the country Young DierSen is a practical brewer but desires to take the scientific course CONVALESCING Russell Hardy the bright little son of William Hardy the grocer is convales cing at his home 1014 Portland avenue after an illness of five weeks duration For a time his condition alarmed his parents and friends of the family BISHOP OF HELENA The Congregation of the Propaganda Issued a brief appointing Rev John B Carroll S jof the Holy family mix sion Montana to be BIsopol Helena Mont in succession to the late Right Rev John B Brondel The Holy Family Indian mission launder the care of the Jesuit Fathers andcontains four flourish Ing boarding andiIndakrial schools fo boys The Ursaline nuns have charge of the Indian girls schooll There isI great rejoicing among the Indiana at lather Carroll elevation to the Bishop ric To prsgsnt tomato soup from curdling setthe tonuto before the milk U put its apd strain the Jtomato jaiceJ before J Jito1 ills siattt aadMtlGri I n- a r PABST BEER ALWAYS REY p Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged 1J3J4JDPHONJD13S0 t Louisville Branch Fourteenth and Jefferson Sts DRINK Hofbrau Pilsenert Beer BREWED B- YSENNACKERMAN BRE G C01tJPANYINCORPORATED TELEPHONE 482 LOLTIeVILLE 7Icv Cumb Phone Main 1913 Home Phone 1913 1h 1HE 1 Geo Wiedemann BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber and Deuser Managers Louisville Ky AS FOR Diersens Celebrated Cream Beer v Telephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN K 4 OBRTBLBUTC- HERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN 1C PRANK WAXTBRS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 3000 LOUISVILLE KY +++++ttt +N1 ttttttFINE WINES CHAMPAGNES AL KOLB345 West Green Street LIQUORS CIGARS Fall and Winter styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas MANHATTANRESTAURANT OTTO E YENT Proprietor Good Square Meal For 20 Cents OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 W Jefferson Street HEIBHJJ PULS DYER AND GLEANER Ladies and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone 2635 528 Fifth Street ACCIDENTAs happens where DIAMONDWALL PLASTER usedrKentucky Wall Plaster Co neorporcted TELEPHONE 2267 arNkuR4 Jrot llulsm Ky Q- tI fu 1 T QO TO 1 Pioneer Bottling House FO- RSTRAIGHT WHISKIESB- IG ry u 1r JUG AT DOOR J P DANT913 WEST BROADWAY near Union Station HEEEMANN BEOS IMPORTERS u FINE WINES AND LIQUORS t Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street WINES LIQUORS CIWS VALS SALOONVAL H Hot Lunch every morning from 930 v to 1230 oclock 442 7G1 GREEN EBT Worlds Fair Short Lint Southern Railway FORTYTIIREE MILES THE SHORTEST FASTEST AND BEST TO THE WO LkDs lItLOOK AT THE SCHEDULE Leave Louisville 9 a m dally arrive St Louis 466 p m Solid through train RaUwayStandard changeLeave throughtrain 0 Pullman sleepers also free reclining chair cars All trains make close con section 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 rr coach excursion tickets op inclustyeduring turningeevendaYII P El Carr City Passenger and Ticket LouisvilleAJCroneand Water Louisville C H Hunjftr= wthavenue tGb r n- ur u 4 r4- P JrYQNTUOKY THEBIGSTOREHIGHGRADE MERCHANDISE AT MODERATE PRICES Mens Suits and Overcoats 5 Zb010 12 15 and 20 Mens Furnishings Shirts and Underwear 50c I 75c 100 150 Mens Hats 98c 148 198 2t S300 Always in the Lead Always the Lowest With Styles in Prices THE BIG STOREMIL- TONI M MARBLESTONE CO 424 to 434 and WestI HI I HH I HHMMHII I I I H 111 SELECT YOUR j Holiday Presents11Tow Pick out something pay what you can and well bold it for you till Christmas FOR LADIES Rings Brooches Watches Chains Manicure and Toilet Sets FOR QENTLEMEN Fqbs Scarf Pins Signet Rings Watches Chains Lockets TAndeverything new in the Jewelery line t Old Gold or bought or taken in exchange II West 530 Market BRUNNuIH 1111 11 11 11 HIM4IHI1 Market SL Silver I West MarketJ BETTER THAN A BLANKET Fortify yourself against the blasts of Winter Be vigorous keep warm by eating s MOTHERS BREADI It nourishes and Invigorates For Goodness Sake f Save the labels and gett a DOLL FREE It It It Ittt tt H It- n HnInH+HH 11 IHHIH yGOEurR O O F FEEFRESH AND DRY ROASTED The only way in which none of the natural fragrance and strength are lost by evaporation Give me a trial order at these prices deliv ered hot from my roaster to your kitchen I8 lbs Dry Roasted At6 tbs Mulloy Special 5 Iba Bogota 004 lbs H H Speelhl 3 Iba and Java MULLOYSZJ14 W MAI2I I3T STIZISJG5T ttUOIIIePhonll313 i 1 I 1 1 I H 1 1 1 I 1 I I 1 I I I 1 l I I I I IaFx s 4xS x5 y EVERYBODY EATS I Cuscadens Ice Cream u 12 Wagons and 4 Telephones CHAW CAMPBELLS Veterinary Infirmary and Norse Shoeing Forge Scientific and Practical Horse Shoeing Horses called for and delivered Canine and Feline practice a specialty Fourth I and 530 Mocha COFFEE ROASTER t Horse r4 V WX A L U IIOTR PIIONa9 9500 J P UD1pD511 I tTHCE INFIRMARY AND SHOEJN8 FQR6E1001 AND 1009 W BROADWAY I PSRAYCO r6arriao6sr + t t t g == ucatesYoungEeop1e- l8BwI Good Employmeet aadSuecest l SAIL ell watrsrea rvLIHFGIIMATI IGittiN llhsil- Pg A yBUSincss CQU CtJts st T 1 ISI D = o- i 0 0- r I J BACON SONS I THAT ENORMOUS I i SKIRT PURCHASE i i Ilrfade known to you Sunday continues Even the brisk selling of all this week had but the slightest I effect because the number was too great Unquestionably one of the largest deals made by any local concernbut what are salable wearables are Considered If you havent bad the opportunity to let udemonstrate the meaning of true value giving we urge you to come i today Embodied in the large variety are the newest styles effectively designed and cut to make them hang w- ellWalking I and Dress Lengths Tan Black Blue or Gray Cloth Skirts for ladies made Ladies Walking Skirts in black blue and fancy with flare hip and bottom strapped trimmed with cloth mixtures with flare corded and button trimmed or side and buttons stitched seams actual f5 values f Q flQ plaited real 400 values on sale tomorrow at DO QO goat JpOiOO the special price PL7Dt Fancy Mannish Mixture Cloth Skirts also plain blue Walking Skirts made up in a variety of modish styles brown and gray cloth either material made in the new aid of fashionable materials tailored or fancily trimmed est side or halfkneel plait effects tailorI finishI fH QO In the newest effects choice of these 1200 T Q QQ onlyeVV skirtsI only PtfiO Walking Skirts made in extra sizes of black cloth Drawl Fancv Stripe 9gore All wooi Skirt fancy yoke I sevengore each seam trimmed with three side plaits piped and finished with ornaments side and Inverted which extend to hip finished with stitching plaited seems tailor finish sale prigsQQ QQ and buttons prlceJoO M 798 0p1tpOioO JI8 Q g0 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes A ladles auxiliary has been formed at Norfolk Va- Thirtythree divisions were represented at the last quarterly meeting of the County Board held in Scranton Tbe fifth anniversary fair of the Providence Hibernian Knights opened last week was a decided success socially and financiallyAt meeting of Division 2 at Lewisport a goldheaded cane was pre sented to the Maine State President Jeremiah Murphy A convention will be held by Prov idence Hibernians on November 15 to make arrangements for the 1905 St Pat ricks day celebration The Western Watchman says the State and local officers of St Louis are arrang ing for a vigorous campaign and a big boom may be looked for A new Massachusetts division to in clude the territory known as New Dor chester has been established by State President Matthew Cummings All those who would spend a really delightful evening should procure tickets and attend the euchre to be given by Division 4 at Hiberniana Hall ou Wednesday November 9 The recently organized division at Burlington Vermont has eighty mem bers with twenty candidates awaiting initiation It is expected to increase the membership 50 per cent during the win monthsThe made a splendidshow lugat the laying of the corner stone of the new St Kevins church in St Louis Headed by the Knights and County Board they acted as escort to his Grace Archbishop Glennon No business of importance was trans acted at tbe meeting of Division 1 last Tuesday While a number of measures are being discussed it is not likely any will be adopted until after the election and installation of new officers Little progress hasbeen made recently in the formation of a Hibernian temper ance auxiliary in Rhode Island which was proposed many years ago although such organizations are flourishing in Massachusetts and other parts of the country The interests of the order are always safe in the hands of John Mulloy and I Peter Cusick and suggestions coming from them should not be treated lightly They have had long experience and always l look for practical results in all undertakingsThe Visitor says the selec tion of Rev Joseph A Powers as county chaplain of the A O IL is meeting with the unanimous approval of all members of the order as he is o eof the most conscientious workers in that organiza tion During tbe months of November and December he will visit several divi slonsMltwaukeeHlbernlan acting upott the suggestion of the national convent tion have arranged an excellent pro gramme for the winter Including socials d1dtainments St Patricks day celebration i and annual communion closing with aujj outing June 19 The division now numbers 500 members Division dof St Paul gave a grand open meeting at the Elks hall on TuesI day evening open la the sense that I brothers could bring eligible friends and ditto ladies to see how the A O H doll things socially and this very same thing has done a great deal to build up the Ancient Order of Hibernians in St Paul and Minneapolis IB fact atlovertheII State and the great Northwest The very latest and beet views of Ireland and ether scenic countries were presented by Matt Cotnerford Miss Jane Holland was the sweet singer of Irelands most beautiful songs throughout the evenings enter talment The Ladies Auxiliary will have their regular monthly social meeting next Wedawty sight sad all juwabtra of the order are Kteaded a cordialJavjta Uoti tebitpffqent A plesdidprognwttae Iice always a WatureJ nA these menage 1 IRISH SOCIETYDIRECTORA 1 DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month President MikeTynan DoughertyRecording nan Jr Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets PridaEveningsPresident Coa J Ford Vice PresidentJohn J Sullivan Recording SecretaryEdward J Kei9 ranFinancial Keaney13MTreasurer Owen Keircn DIVISIONS Meets on the First and Third blond evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas Quinn CooneyRecording Financial SecretaryWilliam Burns 807 Twentythird street TreasurerGeorgeL Butler SergeantatArmspat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wedaes MputhPresidentJohn LynchRecording tt Fiaaacial SecretaryJoe P McGian 515 West Chestnut ReillyTreasurer DIVISION 1 JEPFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall KenneyCounty y PresidentRobert Gleason Vice President Daniel Gill Recording SecretaryJ G Cole Financial Secretary Thos OHern Treasurer Martin Gos- sSentinelAlphonso Constantine SergeRntatArmIMlchael Noon Y IIMACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentJames Shelley First Vice President Wtn P ghaugh nessy HerpRecordingFinancial SecretaryDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia street- Corresponding ecretaryPrank P BurkeTreasurerPrank MurphyMarshalGeorge Inside Sentinel Frank Lanahan Outside Sentinel John Schaefer TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets Every Monday Evening at the Club House 718 East Gray Street CooneyFirstSecond Vice President Joseph P Bell Recording Secretary Etull E Mouth SecretaryArthurTaner Co Financial Secretary Robert G Goe belTreasurerWilliam N GUt Marshal M F Morris Inside SentinelJacob Pfalzer Outside Sentinel M F Ziegler are very enJableMny members of the divisions have expressed themselves as Interested in the auxiliary and let i go at that but it is rumored that at next weeks social meeting note will be taken of the number in attendance from each of the four diVisions The ladles are entitled to the encouragement and support of every member of the order and It is hoped this notice will bring out a large attendance prrisen TRINITY MEETINQ Trinity Council Yi M4 11held a fairly well attended meeting Monday evening Nothing of importance outside the usual routine was trantaeUd The application of Henry Sbmmers was receivedand affilJoaphMcGillyfl I bytheRinmet9lntteryatee reed tbe prograwate of the ire WINwy j+wlmitersalftetgaonttag- ives I oa Wdasedtly wwtrgt weeIbef18 I Q 0 1lQELANp Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges It is proposed to lengthen Bray esplanade A death from smallpox is reportedl from Belfast On Monday a splendid exhibition of Irish industries was opened in Cork The Rev Michael Smyth of Moygow nagb Connty Mayo died on Friday the 14th inst The Atblone branch of the Gaelic 9League have decided to employ a native Irish speaker as an organizing teacher The death of Mrs M Purcell nee Flynn wife of M Purcell D C oc curred at her residence BallinwilHg Lismore ayThe Lord Lieutenant has reappoints the Rev John Pentland Mahaffy to be a Governor and guardian of the National Gallery of Ireland The death occurred on Friday of John George McCarthy Secretary of the Cork County Councilat the age of seventy four yearn He was an authority upon Irish local government Details of a case pf death from expos ure have come tp hand from the sub police district of Hole Cross the victim being an aged man named Patrick Bran nock Carlingford road Drumcondra His Honor Judge Curran was presented with white gloves at the opening of the quarter sessions for the Tullamore divas ion of Kings county there being no criminal business to go before him From the report of the committee ol the Catholic Institution for the Deaf and Dumb Cabra Dublin which has just been issued it appears that the number of mutes under linstruction at present is 473His Honor Judge Adams K C opened the Michaelmas sessions for tbe city of Limerick and was accompanied by the City High Sheriff James Flynn who in the absence of any criminal business presented his honor with white gloves At the meeting of the Port and Dock Board in Dublin a resolution was unanimously passed declaring that it is desir able that all the port authorities in Ire land should be reppreseuted on the Irish Lights Board On Sunday the foundation stone of the new parochial church for Munroe County Limerick was laid by the Archbishop of Cashelt who delivered an eloquent ad dress At the conclusion of the impressive function a large number of magnificent subscriptions was handed in In opening the Cork borough sessions his Honor the Recorder of Cork congratulated the grand jury on the crime- lessness of the city and said the records there at the criminal side of the court would stand in good contrast with those of any other borough in the kingdom Much regret is expressed in Mullingar sad throughout the counties of Meath and Westtneath at the death of Sister Moore in religion Sister Mary Francis who passed away at Loretto Convent Mullingar The deceased lady was a daughter of Martin Moore of Atbboy The Dublin Government Board have written to the Belfast corporation sanc purtpose of purchasing the premises and lands known as the Abbey The new building will be usedas an auxiliary workhouse principally for the caring of tbe sick and infirm The payment of the loan has been spread over a period of fifty years I The Irish people are fully alive to danger with which they are tbeII the plot now on foot to f1thi f1 edrotutions denouncing the action of those who are hatching a scheme by which they hope Jo take the management I of t schools from the clergy It maybe safely assumed that the views of those I freely elected bodies who have taken no aoiionas yet aw just aa stropglyoppOMd to ttwIntcadwtion of aGodgoae aMm- of ad eM Mi aaiQWjf the kildreB at xlT tasda 1 tI t BE SURE TO CALL FOR0 McKENNAWHISKY 1 II IIIT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky iUbe Stable Gilbert Company 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