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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fi IRISHL J t l VOLUME XIIINO 19 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 5 1904 PRICE FIVE CENTS CAST YOUR VOTE For Issue of Bonds and the Con struction of Now I Sowers i Volr Necessity III Apparent During Every Heavy Rainfall f iTie Only Moans by Which tho rvDeath Rate CanBo Decreased 0 f WOULD MAKE THE CITY PROSPER It J t The Kentucky Irish American would oppose the issue of bonds for sewer and street reconstruction if it for a single moment doubted that the debt to be in cnrred was not for the very best interests of the whole people of Louisville Ifwe thought for a moment that there was to be graft in the bond issue we would do alt within our power to defeat the scheme After a thorough and conscientious in vestigation of the sewer question the editor of this paper has become con vinced that the city will never get ade quate sewers unless the work can be done through a bond issue The city can never secure sewers by increasing the tax levy In the first place the people would be opposed to increasing the tax rate to 250 on the 100 valuation in order to secure sewers and this rate would have to be made in order to get the sewers needed at once It would be unfair to ask this generation to pay for sewers which are to stand for the next fifty or sixty years Through a bond Issue future generations will have to pay their proportion of the expense The necessity for sewers is apparent during every heavy rain There is not enough drainage to carry away the storm water and the result is that hundreds of cellars and yards are flooded doing much damage for which the city ought tobe liable The manufactories in many parts of the city have not sufficient drain age to carry off the waste water from their plants The building of sewers would encourage manufacturing and probably cause many new ones to be started As a sanitary measure the building of more sewers in Louisville becomes almost an absolute necessity We can not have clean streets or a healthy city unless we have sewers The experience of Memphis and New Orleans teaches us that we must have an adequate sewer system if we wish to maintain health Since new sewers were constructed in those two cities they have gained many new manufactories and the death rate has decreased over 25 per cent Councils and boards of control in cities as a rnledo not build sewers like they would order streets or public buildings I for the reason that the sewers are under ground and the public can not see the work Louisville has long neglected her sewer work and it is to the credit of Mayor Grainger that he has urged this work It is not a partisan question It iswholly outside of politics and it is re freshing to see prominent men of both parties taking sides in favor of the bond issue Of course there are some who honestly oppose sewer building In the manner set forth in the ordinance but the main opposition is political The Kentucky Irish American believes that the building of sewers would be particularly beneficial to the small tax payer to the cottage owner and the artisan There fore when you go to cast your ballot on Tuesday next we urge our readers not to forget to vote yes on the question Are you in favor of a bond issue The fear expressed by some people that there is danger of the money raised by bond issue being wasted is not well taken It will be impossible for the pres cut city administration to expend ell of the money and even if it did spend all of the money Mayor Graingers reputa tion as an honest man and the high reputa tion of the members of his Board of Pub tic Works refutes the imputation We Relieve that the working men without exception should vote for the bond issue The building of sewers and the recon struction of the old worn out streets will give employment to many If the administration gets money for a bond issue it will be in a position to cut the tan rate for the next few years because it will not be necessary to levyrany tax for sewer construction while this bond issue money is available Taking everything into consideration we would say to the voters Vote for the bond issue If you love to see your city prosper BEGIN TODAY A number of the sewing schools con ducted by Catholic ladies will open today iin different parts of the city In these schools little girls are taught to sew and embroider end mAny have greatly b iefitd thereby One of the llargest t aliid most successful of these lisa been in exkteace at the Cathedral for yeArsI JERSEY COW RAFFLE Large number of tickets are being sold for the raffle for a fine Jersey cow which La scheduled to take place at St Cecilia school kail on Thanks vine night The eoV VMS donated to the St CscBia- Ckarch Building Association by Vrs- WttttsM xaof Tweatyecond r andrE o f Duncan streets and it is said that every family in the West End wants one or more chances which are sold at twenty five cents each Jack McQuese and William G Hume have charge of the raffle but tickets may be had of any of the members of the building association The cow is gentle and gives a big supply of milk Already 10 is offered the lucky winner for he- rFAMILY MAUSOLEUM To Be Erected In St Louis Cemetery for Whallen Brothers Messrs John and James P Whallen have given an order to the Muldoon Monument Company for the erection of a 10000 mausoleum in St Louis ceme tery The mausoleum will be used jointly as a vault for the burial of the families of the two brothers In life they have been together and so it will be in death but their friends hope that it may be a long time before Col John or Col Jim will have need for the use of the burial place The remains of Mrs John H Whalleu will be removed to the mau soleum when it is finished Col Mul doon is to begin the work at once It will be the finest monument in St Louis cemetery The interior will be of pol ished Italian marble and the exterior will be of blue gray granite The front will have a bronze door and the rear will be ornamented with a stanined glass window The construction will be simple but massive LAST POST Corporal John Riley Leaves Behind a Splendid Record One of the largest and most imposing funerals seen in recent years was that witnessed Wednesday morning at the Dominican church where people assembled from all parts of the city to do honor to Corporal John J Riley whose death occurred Monday afternoon at his CORPORAL JOHN J RILEY Whose Death is Much Regretted by All Who Knew Him home on Ol ham street The sacred edifice was thronged before the cortege arrived among the number present being representatives of all the city departments the Hibernians Catholic Knights and other fraternal organiza tions Rev Father Kernan was the celebrant of the solemn high mass of requiem and in a feeling manner urged all to pray for their deceased friend who was being laid to rest on the most memorable day in the church calendar Corporal Riley was one of the best known and popular men connected with the Louisville police department Brave as a lion but generous to a fault be never faltered in his duty and during hs twelve years service no man had a better record In all that long time he was never called before the Board of Safety only to receive praise The eSteem in which he was held by his superiors and fellowofficers was voiced by Major Patrick Ridge who said Corporal Riley was a prince of good fellows and ft faithful officer During his seven years as Corporal he never repotted but one man and that was because he bad to He would go any length to accommodate or assist a friend and that is only one of the many reasons why he was so univer sally liked Besides his aged father and mother Corporal Riley leaves a widow and six children John David James Nora and Mayme Reilly and Katie Clark Will iam and David Riley of this city are brothers and Mrs Samuel Boardmau of Evansville is a sister BACK FROM PAIR Police Commissioner Jack Murphy and Officer Peter Madden of Jeffersonville have returned from a ten days visit to the Worlds Fair where they hid a strenuous time They spent muck of their lime at the Irish exhibit and now talk for hours of the wonders they saw there But it was oa the Pike at night that they set tbe hot pace Murphy and YItheswift were they that on the second night the Mound City officers thought the two tbeywere1HiIniraise of Irelands five dtaplaysod are iMribttting numbers of souvenirs isKMur tlydr fri n 4 Y ILLUSTRIOUS Prince of the Catholic Clmrch Galled to Ills Eternal Reward The Death of Archbishop Elder Causes Widespread Feel ing of Sorrow Funeral Will Take Place Tues day From the Cincinnati Cathedral LIVED LONG AND USEFUL LIFE Holy Mary Mother of God pray for us sinners now and at the hour of our death Amen These were the last words of the Most Rev William Henry Elder Archbishop of Cincinnati before he passed away to hiaeternal reward at 1150 oclock Mon day night in the Seton Hospital The scene at the bedside was an affecting one After repeating this prayer be kissed the crucifix and passed away like a child falllnc to sleep In the death chamber were Coadjutor Archbishop Moeller Father Gallagher and Dr De Coursey who had ministered to the Archbishop during his last Illness Archbishop Elder who was the oldest prelate in the church in the United States both in point of years and of service as Bishop and Archbishop had a I distinguished career Archbishop Elder came of a Catholic family of Maryland and Kentucky The I first member of the family in this country was William Elder who settled in St Marys county Maryland in 1733 WillI lam Henry Elder was the son of Basil Spalding Elder and Elizabeth Snowden of Maryland There were thirteen chil dren in the family seven sons and six daughters One of the daughters Ele nora became a Sister of Charity and lived in Baltimore up to the time of her death Archbishop Elder who was at the time of his death nearly eightysix years old came of a longlived family His six brothers lived to be over eighty and one died at ninetythree Mother rider the Sister Superior of the Mad ames of the Sacred Heart in Clifton near Cincinnati Isthe Archbishops niece His relations in Kentucky are numbered by the hundreds About half a mile below St Marys College and near the town of Emmits burg Md three stones mark the graves of William Elder born in 1707 died 1775 Ann Wheeler Elder born 1709 died 1739 and Jacobs Clemintina Elder born 1717 died 1807 So the Elders were in this country before the Declaration of Independence was signed They have always remained Catholics In the war between the States the Elder family espoused the cause of the South During this war William Henry Elder was Bishop of Natchez Miss and did great work for the cause of humanity aiding Confed erate and Union soldiers alike After the war during the prevalence of yellow fever in his diocese the Bishop nursed the sick and ministered to the wants of hundreds He contracted yellow fever I himself and for a time his life was de spaired of but he recovered and wasI given higher honors in being made Archbishop of the diocese of Cincinnati The Elder and Spalding families areI closely connected The Kentucky Elders settled at Coxs Creek now called Fairfield thirty miles from Louisville in Nelson county in 1709 Many of the wblchIa of the Archbishop In many of the nonCatholic churches in Cincinnati on Sunday the ministers paid tribute to the worth of the stricken Archbishop Great sorrow was expressed by all at tbe loss tbe city would sustain in his death Men of all creeds joined with the Catholic clergy and laity for his speedy recovery Such universal respect was never before shown a Christian min ister in Cincinnati The successor of Archbishop Elder will be the Right Rev Henry Moeller D D who was appointed Coadjutor in May of last year He took charge immediately upon the death of the venerable Arch biahop there being no further election or appointment required Archbishop Moeller is the fourth Bishop and third Archbishop of the See of Cincinnati For twenty years be was Chancellor of the Archdiocese anda protege of the stricken prelate In 1900 Dr Moeller was appointed Bishop of Columbus and last year made Coadjutor with tbe right of succession to Cincinnati Dr Moeller r is only fiftyfive years of age and is a- nativeof Cincinnati He is a graduate of the American College in Rowe and ii- a is man of great learning piety and busi fleas capacity The ffuneral of Archbishop Elder will not take place until Tuesday next The delay is occasioned to give time to the Archbishops Bishops and priests of the United States to attend All of the Arch bishops and probably twentyfive Bishops and GOD priests will participate in the obsequies Cardinal Gibbous and Bishop McCloskey of Louisville and Bishop ODonaghne of Indianapolis willbft among the prelates who will participate at the solemn mass of requiem TIM rasalm of the Archbishop will lie in stai at u foot of UM altar in thet CUt l at Cincinnati from totnorow it 0tI0 JUDGE MATT OOHERTY Who Deserves the Hearty Support of All Voter s s8 mKSxSKS until the time of the ffujfcral which will probably be the most jimposing one ever held in the city of Cincinnati or the West The Archbisho was beloved by Protestants and CatholiS and the Mayor of Cincinnati who is View paid a high tribute to the worth or the good man The Methodist Bishop f Ohio also ex tolled the departed prelatea in published statementstWilliam Henry Elder was born in Bal timore March 22 1819 He was ordained- a priest in Rome Mardi 29 1846 On May 3 1857 he was appointed Bishop of Natchez Miss In 1880ke was appointed Coadjutor to the Archbishop of Cincinnati and in 1883 upoti the death of Archbishop Purcell the jJalllum was con ferred upon him aa Ardiiblshpp of Cin cinnati On June 10 186 he celebrated his golden jubilee as priest Most Rev Henry MSeller the successor of Archbishop Elder paid this tribute to his predecessor The purest motive ways actuated him He would not intentionally wrong any one If he feared he had made a mistake he would at any cost rectify it He never harbored any ill will toward any one nor would he brook those near him to have even an tjncharitable sus picion of their fellowrdec How often during these twentyfive years has his heart been bruised antf Instead of har boring any unkind feelings toward the offenders he always sought to imitate the sublime charity of ours Savior saying with Him Father forgv them As a citizen whdt fault could be found with him He took a deep interest in all that concerned the welfare ffour country His lire Is the 6trongestJrefutatto1i6f those who assert that a Catholic can not be a good citizen His last hours were in harmony with the life he had lived When those who stood by his bedside saw the calm with which he met death they felt that it was a foreshadowing of his eternal and blissful repose They realized that a saint was going from among them and rejoiced in the thought that they had known him May God grant that clergy and laity may imitate the example and virtues of Archbishop Elder and may he pray for him upon whom his mantle has fallen and obtain for him strength and grace to labor as zealously and unselfishly for God and souls as he did Surely it is not in vain that we say May thy rest be in peace and thy habitation in Holy Zion- KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS Louisville Council of the Knights of I Columbus are making extensive prepara tions for the semiannual initiation of new members which will occur on Sun day November 20 All the degrees will be conferred and a class of at least forty admitted which will give Louisville Council a membership of between 400 and 500 Prominent members of the order from other cities will be present and perhaps two or more degree teams Before the initiatory ceremonies the members and candidates will attend mass and in the evening there will be a banquet Since the approval of the Knights of Columbus by Cardinal Satolli and Archbishop Glennou there have been large accessions to the membership and they now rank next the Ancient Order of Hibernians in numericaltrenKtb S N PASTORAL CHANOES Rev Father John D Kalaher for the past four years assistant priest to the Rev Father Brady at St Cecilias left Thursdayafternoon forSt Vincent Union county the Right Reverend Bishop having selected him for the pastorate of the Sacred Heart church there While the change is looked upon as an advancement and the people of Union county are to be congratulated upon securing his services there is a wide spread feeling of regret at his removal Father Kalaher had endeared himself to every member of St Cecilias parish and they were loath to part with him He was an earnest worker and zealous priest and prayers and good wishes follow him to his new field OYSTER SUPPER The ladies of St Aloyslus church at Pewee Valley have arranged for an oyster supper on the afternoon sad even lug of Monday November 21 It will be served in the ladies waiting room of the L N depot which will be taste fully decorated for tire occasion Friends of Father Boss and his little congrega lion are assured ji good supper and a PeweeyaUeyelectriceaJwWdaruilyery The tickets iincluding sttpptr are only twentyfive canto tJ N 7 n r WILL BE HERE Supremo President Fogarty Is Coming to Macklns Clubhouse Opening Mayor Grainger Hon Edward McDermott and Judge GDbliorty Invited Trinity Unity and Satolll Coun ells Vote to Attend in a Body NOTABLE EVENT IN CATHOLIC CIRCLES I Perhaps the most notable event in the entire history of Louisville Catholic fra ternal or social circles will be the formal opening on Thursday November 17 of Mackin Councils new home and club house on Twentysixth street which has just been completed at a cost of more than 10000and will long stand a monument to the enter prise and public spirit of the Young Mens Institute and the members of Mackin Council For weeks committees have been busy preparing for this open ing and the bazar that will continue the rest of the week The popularity of Mackin Council makes sure the success of the festival and already many friends have sent handsome gifts for beautifying the new home Two hundred books con taming combination tickets have been sold which entitle the holders to chances on a number of handsome prizes Last week an invitation was sent to Supreme President William Fpgarty City Clerk of Indianapolis who has notified Secretary Frank Burke and the Joint Committee that he is grateful for their kind expressions and it will afford him great pleasure to take part in the opening exercises Invitations have also been sent to Mayor Grainger Judge Matt ODoherty and lIon Edward McDermott who are expected to be present and deliver short addresses President Fogarty will reach Louisville on Tuesday November 15 and in his honor a joint meeting of the Y M I of the Falls Cities will be held at Trinity Councils hall on East Gray street Besides the members all the Grand ofceraof the Kentucky jurisdiction are expected to be there to meet the distinguished visitor At this meeting there will be addresses of welcome and con gratulatulation by members of the local councils Wednesday President Fogarty will be entertained by Satolli Council and in the evening will be their guest at a dinner given in his honor Thursday the distinguished visitor will spend the day with the members of Mackin and rest for the evenings festivities Dur ing his stay President Fogarty will be the special guest of Supreme Delegate Harry Colgan Hon Emmet Slattery and William M Higgins who will show him our Catholic institutions and all points of interest about the city They will arrange for a reception for him at Mackin club house in the evening where he can meet mem bers from a distance Monday night Trinity Council held an interesting meeting President Cooney occupied the chair and obligated Harry Sommers who responded with a happy little address James Davern was reported ill the first one in three months Messrs Cooney Sullivan and Kelly members of the joint committee announced that a general meeting would be held at Trinity Hall on Tuesday November 15 when they would be addressed by the Supreme President John Kinney and William M Higgins were present to extend an Invitation from Mackin Council to the opening festival on November J17 The committee received a hearty welcome many mem bers taking occasion to compliment Mackin on the push and energy displayed Upon motion of Tom Garvey the council voted to attend the opening and bazar in a body and it is expected that at least 200 will be in line when Trinity makes its appearance at the bazar And dont forget it that there will be a rivalry as to whether Unity or Trinity will make the biggest showing Tuesday night there was an enthusi asticmeeting of Unity Council in New Albany when thirteen beneficiary mem hers were elected and a number of applications were received The chair was occupied by Andrew Hinkebein who makes a splendid presiding officer A communication was received inviting the council to participate in the public re ception to be given the Supreme Chap lain Right Rev Bishop ODonahue and Supreme President William Fogarty by the six councils of Indianapolis Reso lutions were reported and adopted on the death of the late William Blasius and a number of reports received the most im portant being that Secretary Charles Pfeffer had collected over f400 at the last three meetings and that now there was 12000 set aside for the building fund Messrs William M Higgins George Slmoals and Ben Saltenbrock were Pry ent to invite Unity Council to participate in the opening of Mackins new clubhouse and reception to the President They were given a cordial p wolcorn and after short talks by Coo McBwron Pole SpUkert I Jrnee0HaraC- hatlee lJscretary Fred Relsz lured KunModorfor and was it was f- n0 decided by unanimous vote to postpone the euchre set for November 17 so the council could turn out in a body and attend Mackins festival and meet the Supreme and Grand officers A motion prevailed and the chair appointed Messrs McBarron Knrzendorfer and Spickert a special committee to make the necessary arrangements for a big turn out on that occasion Unity Coun cil is one of the best in the Indiana jurisdiction and it has been suggested that the members make an effort to have Con McBarron succeed to the office of Grand Secretary which will become vacant by the elevation of William Fogarty Mr McBarron would make a fine officer possessing ability of a high order His selection would be a just recognition of the order in Southern IndianaMackin Councils meeting was fairly attended Tuesday night when William Lcwellen and Reuben Story were initiated and the application of Frank Nadorf was received The reports from the committees having in charge the bazar and Thanksgiving eve ball were most encouraging and a motion to place 1000 in the bands of the Ways and Means Committee was passed without a dissenting vote This sum will be used to purchase furnishings for the new club house Tomorrow the Ways and Means Committee will meet again and hear reports from the subcommittees that are arranging for the opening John Kenney announced that William M Higgins and himself had visited Trinity Council and invited the members to attend the open ing The invitation had been accepted and the council voted to turn out in a body that night William Kerberg pre sided and when be announced the death of Archbishop Elder prayers were recited for the repose of his soul and the coun cil adjourned as a mark of respect OUT TO WIN S C Moore Democratic nominee for School Trustee in the Tenth ward is making a thorough canvas and his elec tion should follow with a big majority Mr Moore is well qualified for the position to which he aspires He is a young man of wide business experience and has long been a worker for the best interests of the masses of the people S C MOORE Democratic Nominee for School Trustee Tenth Ward The workingmen have found in him a sturdy champion and they will not for get him next Tuesday Standing high morally and socially his elevation to the School Board would bea distinct gain for the cause of education N S NOTABLE WEDDING I A very pretty wedding took place at St Mary Magdalens church Tuesday afternoon at 4 oclock when Miss Carolyn Adelberg was married to Edward P Moran the ceremony being performed by the Rev William Gausepohl The happy couple were attended by Messrs Ray mond Barrett and Louis Woltring The bride who has been prominent in Louis ville musical circles was attired in a handsome traveling suit with hat to match and presented a most happy ap pearance The lucky groom was until recently engaged in business in Chicago but is now connected with the Louisville Packing Company He is a son of Col John Moran one of the best known pork I packers in America After a reception and wedding dinner the coupler left on a bridal trip to Chicago e SUCCESSFUL MANAGER Rev Father Hildebrand of St Marys of the Knobs Catholic church near New Albany is a great success as a manager of bazars and in fact anything he un dertakes The neat sum of 1600 was realized from the recent bazar given at St Marys for the benefit of the church building fund This in a little settle ment of a few hundred people speaks well for the management of the rector Father Hildebrand intends to build anew church soon on the historic site of St Marys OBRIEN IN IRELAND Mayor Grainger received a poet card Monday from Dublin Ireland from his friend Edward J OBrien who is at present in the old country He tells the Mayor that be had a delightful trip over and is in fine health Mr Optrien who ineEurope on basins and pleasure and this is the fifth time he has crossed the 0C lliH is ooompanisd by his dsMgh Ur Marie sad ifM at the ahelbourue EMel Dublin wbw W wrote r =n a- O KNIGHTSLADIES r Will Celebrate Fourteenth An niversary Next Wednes day Night Movement Will Be Inaugurated to Form Central Advisory Committee Branch 2 Has Enjoyed J Phenomenal Success From Its Start t INTERESTING PROGRAMME PROMISED Branch 2 of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America perhaps the largest and strongest In the United States will celebrate the fourteenth anniversary of its organization next Wednesday night at Markers Hall Seventeenth and Main streets The branch is one of the pioneers of the Catholic Knights and Ladies and in its membership will be found many of Louisvilles prominent and influential ti Catholic men and women From the start its success has been phenomenal but this la largely due to the character of those who have been entrusted with the management of the branch affairs The officers chosen were always selected for their known ability and integrity with the result that there has been an utter absence of faction and only a feeling of friendship and love for the order has prevailed The officers and members worked hard to increase their numbers and years ago Branch 2 sprung into the lead which it yet holds Some time ago it was decided to have a fitting celebration of the fourteenth anniversary of the branch The arrange ments were placed in the hands of Messrs Thomas Keenan Patrick Holley James Coleman Joseph Vetter Mrs Margaret Foley and Misses Mary Sheri dan and Mary Corcoran This committee lost no time in going to work and the programme arranged for Wednesday night is one that will be enjoyed by every officer and member of the branch Eloquent speakers will review the history of the order and give statistics showing the advantages derived from member ship Besides there will be an abundance of refreshments and aohonr devoted to a reunion among the older members The present officers of Branch 2 are PresidentPatrick Holley VicePresident Alexander Burke Recording SecretaryMiss Mary fiber idan Financial SecretaryJames Coleman AssistantMiss Mary Corcoran i Treasurer Joseph Vetter Upon this occasion a movement will probably be Inaugurated to bring together the officers of all the Louisville branches of the Catholic Knights and Ladies for the purpose of forming a central or advisory committee Such a body could render great assistance to the weaker branches especially at this time when efforts are almost perfected for a increasethewhere there are a large number of branches there is a central or advisory board and the results of their labors have been very gratifying The present rates are lower than those of any other Catholic fraternal insurance society and it will be one of the purposes of the proposed committee to put this and other facts before yonng men and women who are seeking cheap but safe insurance At the present time there are about seventeen branches in Louisville Supreme President Kelly of Memphis who has charge of the organization work of the Catholic Knights and Ladles reports a revival of activity all along the line and is consequently very optimistic as to the future In Chicago alone the workers in the ranks are bringing in new members at a great rate Branch 35 ofsthat city reporting during last month an increase in its membership of thirty eight That branch has a membership now of something over four hundred ABOUT INDIANA PRIESTS Very Rev Andrew Morrissey President of the order of the Holy Cross at Notre Dame University has sailed for Europe He will spend two or three months in Ireland especially at his native place Thomastown Father Morrissey is one of the most popular priests in Indiana Rev John B Kelly rector of Holy Trinity church New Albany is still in the Northwest for hiss health which is poor FULL HAND Al Kolb the genial proprietor of the popular cafe at 345 West Green street is in luck Thursday a pretty little girl arrived to bless his home and now he boasts a full hand three boys and two girls There has been sucbarWlkof friends to congratulate him that he has acquaintante HIS PIGEONS WON Harry Hoffman tbe well known pigeon A fancier with Frank Leverone recd news Thursday from the Worlds Pair that each of hiss seven entries had barn awarded prises Mr Hoffman ks the finest collection of birds iin gent UHe was the only exhibitor whose ufeaaU received a rdtLI JJ 7- 0Q l i M it j n- w r 1 tQNTUOKY i 8H AJYlERXOAN IINIIIINNMINIEl flMUl6fiN ete4to the Mora and Social Advct of all lrleh Amerlcaxa KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONL DOLLAR PER YLAR SINOLE COPY sc Storeat the Louisville Postornco as SecoltaCllIss Matter lddiCu all COllmaulcalloRI to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AAERICAN3Z6 West Oreen Siref u NTRADES LABn COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 5 1go4 u I DEMOCRATICTICEFor ALTON B PARKER 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 MEGLEMRY For School Trustees 45th Legislative District EDWARD W WOLFF 46lh Legislative District JOHN HOERTZ 47th Legislative District DR E J BUECHEL 48th Legislative District DR BRUCE LENTZ 49th Legislative District JAMES NORTON 50th Legislative District- S C MOORE 51 si Legislative District- A H BRACHEY THE DEAD ARCHBISHOP The Catholics of the Metropolitan See of Cincinnati of which the two dioceses in Kentucky are a part have sustained a great loss in the death of William Henry Elder thei venerable and beloved Archbishop His death removes one of the strongest men in the church In 1864 while serving as Bishop of Natchez Miss the city was occu pied by Union soldiers The com Y ordered that the names ofif aififI President Lincoln and the United States be mentioned in prayers of 4 thanksgiving to be offered in all the churches Bishop Elder went to prison rather than obey this order or allow his priests to conform to it He rightly maintained that the church and the State were separate that the people of his diocese wen Southern sympathizers politically and that he could not command them to institute religious service s contrary to their civil piinciples The Washington authorities sustained the Bishop and he was re leased from the military prison The Methodist Bishop of Southern Ohio many Protestant clergymen Jewish rabbis and men of all creeds and shades of opinion have joined in paying tribute to the worth of this saintly man Right Rev William George Mc Closkey of Louisville who will participate in the obsequies of the dead Archbishop is now the senior Catholic Bishop in this province s Dr McClwkey was born November 10 1823 and has been a priest for fiftytwo years He has been Bishop of Louisville for thirtysix years and like the dead Archbishop is dearly beloved in the community where he lives for the edifying life he has led and the good example he has set for the rising generation PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION On next Tuesday the people of the United States wilt vote for President and for Congressmen In many of the States Governors and State officers will be elected In Kentucky and in Louisville this November we do not vote for State officers or for Mayor The local ticket in Louisville and Jefferson county is made up of the candidates for Congress for Judge of the Circuit Court County Attorney and a Magistrate all to fill vacancies In seventheI School Trustees to be elected It is the duty of every citizen to Vote In this content we believe the best interests of the State and nation would be served by voting e- J 0 d Lei for the Parker and Davis Presiden- tIal Electors Hon Swagar Sher ley has made an able Congressman and of course will receive the unite support of his party and of man independent voters He deserve this at the bands of the people oC Louisville He is a native of the city and comes from an old and respected family Intellectually hi is the peer of any man that eve served from this district Judge Matt ODoherty who iiis making the lace for the Judgeshi of the Common Pleas Court third division to fill out the unexpire term of the late Judge Upton W Muir ought to receive the support of the great common people with out regard to party He has always stood for the interests of the latter class He is a man of the people and for the people and hi record on the bench is in every way creditable The friends of Judge ODoherty should not be overconfident but they should go the poll on Tuesday and work for him An election is never won until the last ballot is in and vote counted As to the balance of the ticket it is well worthy of support Robert Worth Bingman for county Attor ney and Edward Meglemery for Magistrate are capable and uprigh men The candidates for School Trustees are the very best men that could be found for these positions and every one of them should be elected Father Cronin and the Buffali Catholic Union and Times cele brated the thirtysecond anniversary of that great newspaper with an immense edition of thirty two pages The venerable priest edito has made his the leading Catholic Journal of the United States The Kentucky Irish American congratulates both and hopes they may live long and enjoy increased success and prosperity The illness of Pope Pius X re- porhd Tuesday turns out to have been only a slight indisposition The Holy Father was overworked end suffered a mild attack of rheumatism caused by the changeable weather His physician said a few lays rest would restore the Pope to perfect health New Orleans and Memphis went nto debt for many millions to se cnre adequate sewers and the result was almost immediate prosperity in these cities Louisville the metropolis of the South cannot afford to lag behind these two cities If reports circulated during this week be true the friends and admirers of Judge Matt ODoherty should be on the alert on election day and see that he is given the support he Is entitled to Judge ODoherty should not be defeated on any account When the rewards for Democratic uccess are distributed the victorsI hould not overlook County Clerk Billy Semonin While all have worked hard his efforts alone were almost sufficient to insure Democratic victory If the bond issue fails to carry next Tuesday Louisville will not have sewers for twenty years for all future administrations will be raid to submit the question agjain to the people The construction of new sewers nd streets would give employment to many hundreds of men It is to the interest of every workingman to vote for the bond issue Where is yourcertificate of reglis ration See that ilk not lost for ou will need it next Tuesday when on woof to vote J 5 IEiwMiss returned i from a ten drys trip to the Worlds Fait Miss Mary Cuniff daughter of Daniel Cunlff of 2125 Griffith avenue has been ill during the past week Mrs Foster ONeill and Mrs Emu Hale of New Albany left Wednesday morning for the Worlds Fair Edward Holland and birde who have been spending their honeymoon at SI Louis will arrive home tomorrow Miss Maggie Glenn was among the vis itors from Louisville who registered at the Kentucky building at the Worlds Fair Edward Rydn and wife and little son have returned from Bardstown where they visited Mrs John Dugan and other friends Miss Nora Wales one of the most popular operators of the Home Telephone Company is now enjoying a ten day vacation Miss Fannie Sheehan a charming visitor from Missouri was this week the guest of Mrs Edward Monohan at St Matthews Pred Herp and Charles Schuh left Wednesday night to spend ten days at the Worlds Fair They will return for the election Bert Brown Con Gallery and H Han rahan of the L N local freight office left Thursday for a ten days visit to the Worlds Pair- William J Curran and daughter Miss Louise of East Oak street have been spending the week visiting the Worlds Pair sMr and Mrs Eugene Henchey reo turned from their bridal tour Wednesday and are at home to their friends in St Charles Pla- cerMiss Nell Durning la expected home today from New Castle where she has been having a pleasant visit with Mr P J Buttimer Mrs Lizzie Mattingly and Mrs W L McClain and little daughter have reo turned to their home at St Marys after a pleasant visit to Louisville friends Mrs Charles Fitzgerald has return to her home in New Albany from Ma engo where she had been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs James C Weathers Misses Maggie Riley of Third and Broadway and Minnie Ryan of 1615 Third avenue have just returned from a most enjoyable ten days trip to friend in St Louis and the Worlds Pair Misses Anita and Hannah Muldooi and Miss Minnie Billiard who have been in Europe for the past six months returned home Saturday They spent most of their time in Italy and Switzerland The engagement of Miss Katie May Valla daughter of John Valla and ta prominent figure in Italian society circles and Edward C Kelly has been announced The will be married in the near future but owing to the recen death of the grooms mother the wedding will be a very quiet one Andrew Meagher and his cousin thyme Meagher of 1441 Seventh street returned home this week from Solomon Kansas where they had been visiting ince October 1 previous to that having been visiting the Worlds Fair Mr teaghhr says they wouldnt have beet hen yet if It was not fromfear of having to walk One of the prettiest of the recent weddings was that of Miss Mary A Walsh and Walter Henley solemnized at St lecilias church Miss Delia Walsh and Frank Kenney were the attendants and fter the ceremony the bride and groom were given a largely attended reception loth are well known and have a wide ircle of friends who wish them a long and happy married life Capt Thomas D Claire and wife and Miss Helen Halllnan of West Chestnut treet left last Sunday evening for the Vorlds Fair In his younger days and luring the troublesome times in Ireland Capt Claire was a rather prominent figure in the County Clare and with him for a guide the ladles will certainly enjoy heir visit and inspection of the Irish industrial exhibit They are expected home tomorrow morning Miss Margaret Harty the handsome laughter of Patrick Harty 1717 Hancock treet and Frank Akers well known in business circles surprised their legion of lends by being quietly married last Saturday evening at St Pauls church Rev Father York performing the ceremony The bride is one of the most harming young ladles in the East End and was formerly with the Herman Straus Sons Dry Goods Company A happy fall wedding took place at St Williams church Monday evening Rev father Murphy pronouncing the words hat united Frank Traynor and Miss ante McIntyre The groom is a popu Jar employe of the L N and the bride is one of the moat highly respected young women in South Louisville A largely attended wedding dinner and reception followed the ceremony when the happy couple received taaay handsome and Wetly presents rhllzwdaymomintat St Augustines lurch at Lebanon Mist Annals Mark ley the amiable pad accomplished dough ter of Mr Had Mr W E Merkley and Chart T Murphy the welt known real tate dealer were united In the holy Bede of wedlock scoofdlug to the beanti flI cAremouY of the Catholic church vcry HOT Joseph Hogarty pastor of the J j Ten Cents a day j t Largest Houserur- nlshers In the World bride officiated at the marriage and nuptial mass The ceremony was a quit one only the families of the bride and groom being present The couple wit make Louisville their future home An event of interest in Loulsvill society circles will be the marriage eof Miss Agnes Gertrude OConnor and Di John H Metcalfe which will be solemnized at St Johns church on Wednesda afternoon November 16 at 330 oclock The brideelect is the well known echo teacher who has always been a recognized leader among her wide circle of friends and admirers Dr Metcalfe is a successful young practitioner and hold the position of assistant physician at the workhouse Very Rev Father flax wi11 officiate at the ceremony and after a reception the bride and groom will leave on a bridal trip to St Louis and the Worlds Fair A jolly surprise dance was given at Fischers Hall in the Highlands in honor of Miss Anna McCarthy who left Tues day for Cincinnati A pleasing feature was the excellent rendition ofa numbe of Irish songs and sayings by Maste Edward Chester Those present were Misses Abbie and Winnie Hennessy Mary and Pauline Clausen Josie Kelly Abbie Chester Katherine Clausen Marguerite Hennessy Pracht ONeill and Anna McCarthy Messrs Al Smith Wil Meagher Herman Breitfield Will Ches ter Louis Reibel Lawrence Reibel Charles Schupp Tony Ferst Willian Staenble Coleman Ridge Frank Badei and Frank Latsch of Portsmouth Ohio A delightful Halloween party was given Monday night by Miss Mary Riley at her home 1117 West Broadway The parlors were artistically decorated with autumn leaves pumpkins and jack o lanterns while the halls represented Indian villages The gypsy fortune teller furnished much amusement and the donkey party was thoroughly enjoyed Just before midnight the guests were treated to a bounteous luncheon Over fifty guests were present among whom were Misses Genevieve Holburn Anna May Glynn Blanche and May Tierney Mae and Josephine Fitz gerald Nellie Holburn Mamie Reid Nellie Enos Mamie and B Murphy Anna Murphy Mary and Margaret Riley Margaret Minogue Messrs Horace Webb Walter Koehler Will and Tom Reid Morton Tierney Nathan Wolfe Lawrence OKeefe Clifford Hudson Walter Forde Thomas Riley Mont gomery ThorpeClIfford Holburn John Fitzpatrick H Forde Mesara and Mesdames Robert Holburn John Reid and Fergus Riley AFTER THEM The detectives are after the burglars who robbed the safe of Henry Puls the well known dyer and cleaner His place was broken into and 400 taken entrance being made from the rear Though there was a lot of valuable goods nothing else was disturbed His friends hope the thieves will be oaujht and the money recovered J SISTER DOINO NICELY The many friends and pupils of Sitter Theodore MothsSuperior of the Uru ine Convent and Academy will rejoice when they learn that she Iis now doing scaly at St Anthonys Hospital where dore WM in a critical condition and hen thls becmNtB known thee told prayers for her are ewwIII iarebsasuat happily answered q BUCKSHOT BLAST 15 to 27 CASH OR TIME This heater is not a new idea nor an experiment It is an established fact Each one is sold under an absolute guarantee to burn the smoke and gases It uses just about half the fuel an ordinary stove does You have perfect control over the without doubt the best and cheapest HOT BLAST HEATER made LEO F 800 WEST CHESTNUT STREET Real Estate AgentL- ist your property with me You wil GONE TO HER REWARD Mrs Joseph Givtdcn Passes Away After a Long Illness A beautiful life was closed when Mrs Joseph Gividen of Sulphur departed this life at the home of her sisters Misses Mary and Maggie Gaffney in this city She was a most loving and devoted wife and sister and her death at the early age of thirtyfive caused profound sorrow to her family and friends For five months she was confined to her bed of illness suffering intense pain and despite her grief at the thought of leaving her loved ones when the will of God was manifested to her she calmly submitted to His holy decree and received the last sacraments and recited the prayers for the dying with beautiful fervor and de votion Several years ago she lost hei only child a beautiful baby boy and in memory of him her charity to the needy particularly the orphans was most gen erous and unfailing Her funeral took place with solemn high mass at St Patricks church on Saturday morning celebrated by Very Rev James Pi Cronin who paid a beautiful tribute to her vir tuous Christian life Beautiful in the sight of God we are told is the death of His faithful servants and consoling as well to those who remain behind to see one so virtuous and so well prepared pass to her rewardone who could in all sincerity use the words of St Ambrose on his death bed My life has not been spent in such a manner that I ought to be ashamed of its routine Neither do I fear death for the Lord whom we serve is good HAD THEIR FUN A most enjoyable Halloween party occurred Monday night at the Keal par lors on West Chestnut street The gath ering was a happy one and was chaper oned by Mrs Julius Bierach and Mrs William Wallwork Dancing was a feature with an elegant supper at 1030 Those present were Misses Georgie Delph Queen Vogel Adeline Wallwork Mine Clifford Nina Heath Rebecca Field May Zerkel Josie Wilkes May Whistler Messrs Alphonse Keal Will Gifford Scott Murray Louis Kennedy James Nevin Hubert Hunter James Russell Louis Oppenheimer Julius Die rach Louis Halllnan Walter Kits and Walter Higgins So successful was this affair that the young people contemplate forming a club for the season OFFERED MANY PRAYERS On lat Tuesday and daythere- was an unusually large attendance at the nasal in the local Catholic churches The first named was the great festival of All Saints and the day following that f- Al1 Souls when prayers without number are offered for the souls of the departed there were constant streams of l- tothe Catholic cemeteries Wednesday fternoon when the graves were deee ated with flower Many who amid Rot 0011 All SoukV day wild yttt th grays their 4 II 0- r BUCKSOAK HEATER CASH OR TIME Thishandsomelittleheat er stands 43 inches high measures 10 inches through the fire pot and is 18 inches square at base Has heavy rolled drum best gray pig iron castings nickeled foot rails and urn in short it is the BEST as wellas the most attractive oak heater made The price is ridicu lously low as other dealers sell an inferior heater for 5oo RHODESBDRFORD FURNITURE CO fu11operatlorthree11fHko 72hours BROWi chRrgesHome desdtewtoaewn 398 631633635 637 639 W Market S- tuu r VOTE FOR MATT ODOIIERTY Democratic Nominee For Judge Jefferson Cireuit Court Common Pleas Branch Third Division VOTE FOR ROBERT W1 BINGHAM Democratic Nominee For COUNTY ATTORNEY Jefferson county rix 800PerLoad For Our 4th P- oolPittsburgh CoalFr- ee from slack and holds fire over night ATLAS COAL CO CHAS L CRUSH GenI HONES 24S5 OFFICE 436 WEST JEFFERSON STREET TRY Manager GEHER SON t 217 Market St near Second OUR OREATSPECI- ALTYStoves and Ranges MADE IN LOUISVILLE Best Assortment and the Lowest Prices In the City TAYLOR COAL I loadandJelllco 3 00 per load Pittsburgh 4th Pool 300 per load Pittsburgh 1st and 2d Pool 325 per load JosiDOUGHERTYHome Phencr 256 1416 WEST BROADWAY 0- rc u 07 llPfM Ui i K TTITOYY IRISQ A1kL1i1vZI0ANr r THE HENDERSON ROUTS- airWorlds Rates 700 Every Day Except Friday and Saturday Limited Seven Days Good only in Coach and Chair Cars 1000 Limited Fifteen Days 1100 Limited Sixty Days 1300 Limited to December 15 Only line all tbrougb trains to St Louis Nos 41 and 44 are andsoldcoach free reclining chair car Pullman observation parlor car and diner meals a Ja carte Runs through solid Louisville to St Louis Nos 45 and 46 are composed of vestibuled reclining chair cars seats free and Pullman sleepers City ticket office 230 Fourth Avenue Union Depot Seventh and Water Streets L J Irwin Genl Pass Agent E M Womack City Pass Agent G H Baker City Ticket Agent A J Crone Ticket Agent Union Depot I HH4WHHK f 1 tTRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS arrl STREShortET SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOI ON THB t 1W2IVlumollsrbtm1illIlll In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passeitger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Pfsaonger Agent- C H ROCKWELL Manager W H McDOEL Preside and General Manager I FRANK FEHR IlSrOORIOItATKlD BREWING 60 I Brewers and BottlersLOIII6PILLE H KATIE AGNES SMITH I Formerly of Gran W Smiths Sons LADY EMBALMER Washing and dressing ladies and chit dren specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reasonable prices All calls answered promptly day or night Home phone 1077 Office 652 Fifth Street Both Phones 11 80 Established 1863 F JOHN BBIRATTERMANI Successor to Mrs Oeorge Ratterman FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER Carriages furnished for all occasions Alljcalls promptly attended to day or night 1119 W MARKET ST PfIfR M ANDRIOI 8 SON3 WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 295 aid 267 WEST GREEN ST J BIG FOUR THE BEST LINE TO Indianapoli- sPeoriaChtcago AND AIA POINTS Kf INDIANA and MICHIGAN GliYiland 1 Buffalo New York BostonA- ND ALL POINTS EAST laforawtlon chewfully fnrniahad on appllcati nat City Ticket Office Big FONT Route 8W Foartfa Ave or write to 8 J Gofer Gee1 1 Agent PaMeeger Act xr Ju 0 TENTH ANNIVERSARY BALL OI TIIS LOUISVILLE PRINTING PRESSMENS UNION xoqo1 c- AT stt3t TjTJBDBRIOlANZ HALL Monday Nov 14 1904 TIOICJSTS tSO Ots Beautiful souvenir given to each couple CB THOMPSON LORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jefferson St Both Telephones IOBO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed P TAt ARCHER OutDGorandFlash PhotographyHorn Room 44 Courier Journal Building AUGUST JOH- NBROSOETKEN NEW GROCERY Sixth and Kentucky Sts Fresh Meats Vegetables Fruits and a full line of Fine Groceries GXVR US A TRIAT DRIDIK IWhIk9 BOTTLED BY HENRYCLAUER 407 Gait JSk t TaL Pi4UNR U4 u iiJ rI llilf RETIRING FROM BUSINESS I Store For Rent Fixtures For Sale The Entire Stock BofDry Goods Notions Etc of the LYNCH DRY FOODS CO I IAt140 fast Market Street between First and Brook to be closed out at about 60c on the dollar I I RARE CHANCES FOR BARGAINS Sale begins at once and continues from day to day until the entire stock is sold By order of WILLIAM LYNCH r =COUNTY BOARD Undecided Between Banquet and Entertainment POI St Patricks Day Monday night at Hibernian Hall the County Board of the A 0 H held its regular quarterly session all the divis ions being represented A Board of Directors was selected to have charge of all the affairs of the order and to hold regular monthly meetings This board will be composed of Thomas Quinn Mike Tynan Con J Fotd Joe Cooney John Hennessy William Connelly and John Mulloy The manner of celebrating St Patricks day was discussed at some length but no definite action was taken the dele gates being unable to decide between a banquet and an entertainment There seems to be a growing sentiment in favor of a banquet as there is no certainty of being able to secure any of the big the aters for the night of March 17 and the other halls available would be neither suitable nor large enough Delegates were invited to express their views on the advisability of securing a club house and permanent home for the order The suggestion met with much favor and will soon be submitted to the divisions Once the start is made it should not be long till the Hibernians have a home that will be a credit to the order and our city This proposition may have an effect on the consolidation problem which has been left entirely to thedivisions The time for holding the next meeting was left to the Board of Directors THREE NIGHTS BAZAR The people of St Josephs congrega tion are perfecting arrangement for a big bazar which will open November 15 and continue three nights It will be given in the school hall adjoining the church on Washington street The hall will be tastefully decorated and well known ladles of the East End will have charge of a number of booths SOON AT HOME Mrs Charles Gries who underwent an operation last week at St Anthonys Hospital is reported making splendid progress toward recovery and in a short time she will be able to be moved to her home 618 Thirteenth street Mrs Gries has a large number of friends and rela tives who will feel much relieved when they learn of her improved condition OYSTER SUPPER The ladles of St Anthonys church Twentythird and Market will entertain their friends and the public with a big supper and oyster festival in St An thonys Hall on Wednesday November 23 This should prove an event of the season in the West End and as the proceeds are for the benefit of the church there will doubtless be a large sale of tickets Leading men of the congrega tion will assist the ladies HAPPY EVENT Francis Gatbof of 1616 West Madison street was the recipient of a happy sur prise from his young friends last Sunday evening The little fellow recently underwent an operation and the young sters took advantage of the occasion to celebrate both his recovery and eleventh birthday They came in large numbers and took entire control of the house but before their departure were themselves surprised by the hospitable reception and luncheon received at the hands of Mr and Mrs Gatbof BIRTHDAY SURPRISE William Quill a popular young man of Portland was tendered an agreeable surprise party last Friday night a weekago the occasion being his twentyfirst birth day Music and dancing were the fea turesof the evening after which refresh ments were served The party was chaperoned by Mesdames Robertson Carr and Coleman Among those present were Misses M Banne Katie Robertson Mary Robertson Katie Carr Margaret Scully Lottie Gambrall Leone Arthur Angela Henley Emma Ramp Mary Mack Messrs Maurice Quill Thomas Shercliff William Fisher Harry Reitneir George Cralde Sam Shane Martin Robertson Charles Smith William Quill BETTER RAILWAY SERVICE Ithaajut been announced by the management of the Southern railway that a coach will be operated through Atlanta and St Louis during the month of November leaving Atlanta and also 8t Louis on Tuesdays and Thursdays of each week these brief coach excursion data Thlc Louisvillel northbound Wednesdays and Fridays at- V oclock a m arriving at St LouisI at 4Hp M Sotttbbmmd the through coach will leave St LoSta at lciclods Ta N 1Ftf YOU t fl EXPECT TO NEED A PIANO IN THE NEXT YEAR IT WILL BE THE HEIGHT OF- EXTRAVAGANCE NOT TO B- UYNOW OUR PRICES ARE LOWER THAN THEY HAVE BEEN BEFORE IN MANY YEAR WE MANUFACTURE BOTH PIANOS AND- OROANSAND CAN SAVE YOU ONE PROFIT WILL PAY YOU TO INVESTIGATE EASY TERMS DrH CODB529531 FOURTH AVE BALDWIN ELLINGTON VALLEY GEM HOWARD and HAMILTON PIANOS tCAULEYS Friday and Saturday Nights and Satur day Matinee HE TWO ORPHANS la an All Star Cast HOPKINSMarket Theater built for comfort and safety Week Commencing Sunday Matinee Nov 6 TWO STOWS DAILY FILSON AND ERROL Presenting IIA Daughter of Bacchus Mazuz and Mazette The Tramp and the Brakeman Atbos Family Ball Manipulators and Acrobats Les Olopas Musical Equilibrists Mr and Mrs iVaterous Polite Society Entertainers Marcus and Gartelle Skatorial Rollerism Don and Thompson in Enlisting Recruits for Father and the Biograpb BUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY NOV 6 Matinees Sunday Monday Wednesday Saturday RETURN OF THE FOREVER FAVORITES RICE 22 BARTONS ROSE HILL English Folly Co Magnificent dKlines Superb Scenery EichhornKollros MILITARY BAND AND MIXEDCIIO- RUSFIRST CONCERT Sunday Evening Nov 20 AT MASONIC THEATRE ADMISSION 58 CENTS Tickets will be on sale and seats reserved free at the Masonic Theatre box office after Nov 13 Soloists Mrs Mamie Becker soprano Mrs Marguerite Swain cornet Mr Charles A Letzler violin and Mr Constantine Leber pianist HOLLYS PILE CURE Cures any and all kinds of piles Cure guaranteed or money refunded Mull orders receive prompt attention If your druggist has not got iti order from Holly Bros 2324 W Walnut at Louisville Ky r i m Tuesdays and Thursdays arriving la Louisville at 736 ii B sane days and at Atlanta at 110 a m the follow Itug dayThlewill gl a the Louisville people co Ch aervicti without change through to Atlanta ey ty Tttttdoy and Thursday evening o OWENSBORO Sarto Council Inaugurates a Big Contest For New Members Sarto Council Y M I of Owenabon at its last weeks business meeting decided to have another big Initiation and exemplification of the three degrees the first of next year In order to secure- a large number of candidates in addition to those now awaiting admission the entire council has been divided into two companies to be known as the Japs and Russians with Fred Arnold and August Graf as the respective Captains Both sides will use every effort to win the battle which will Involve nearly every Catholic young man in Owensboro The contest will close with a banquet to the winning side after the initiation iIn JanuarySarto Council has started its fall work by having more and better social meet ings Last Wednesday night there was a joint meeting of the Y M I and Ladies Auxiliary at Dawsons Hall with a pleasing programme of musical and literary exercises and happy talks by members and visitors The evening was brought to a close by a dance that all enjoyed BIG EUCHRE Will Be Given Wednesday Evening by Division 4 A 0 H The euchre to be given by Division 4 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians next Wednesday evening at the A O H Hall gives every indication of being a success socially and financially as the commit tee are receiving good returns from the tickets On account of the great many sick cases and several deaths the treas ury of Division 4 has had a pretty severe drain upon it and the members are working with a vim to make this euchre a big success financially Thomas Lynch Frank McDonogh Tim Downey Joseph T Hanrahan and Dennis- J Reardon comprise the committee In charge and they are endeavoring to set cure a banner list of prizes Several of the auxiliary members have donated pieces of fancy sewing for prizes which will be well worth striving for The opening game will be called at 830 oclock sharp POPULAR BROTHERS Charles and Tom Burton who conduct a cafe and restaurant at 310 Pearl street New Albany are establishing a successful business for themselves and have ia great many friends in this city who always pay them a call when on that side of the river HOPKINS THEATER At the Hopkins next week will be one of the best vaudeville bills of the season According to the managements expectations and announcement itA Daughter- of Bacchus a comedy sketch is to be the headliner and Filson and Errol will be the team presenting it Two European acts win be witnessed the Athos family ball manipulators and acrobats and Les Olopas the latter presenting a musical eqnlllbristic act which is a phrase strange enough to cause the be lighted playgoer to query What is it MACAULEYS The allstar cast of The Two Orphans which created a sensation at the New Amsterdam Theater New York last spring will be seen at Macauley Theater Friday and Saturday evenings November 11 and 12 and matinee Satur day Included in the cast are Grace George Sarah Truax Clara Morris James ONeill and Louis James The great scenic equipment utilized at the New Amsterdam Theater will be used here BUCKINGHAM Kathry Roe Palmer will be seen at th Buckingham Theater next week with th Rose Hill English Folly Company She Is a delightful little dancer and known ontbe stage as everybodys favorite She poooeaoea enough of charm and fasci nation to always win pronounced popu larlty wherever she appears The balance off the company are equally good and pre- aenta show of surprising merit MASONIC Local theater goers have a pleasant recollection of Charley Grape win and hh musical comedy The Awakening of Mr Plpp which was presented at the Masonic Theater lost secwoa The announce mnt that this attraction will eowc to the uonlc next week will therefore hewl- 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Fall and Winter styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas MANHATTAN RESTAURANT OTTO B YENT Proprietor Good Square Meal For 20 Cents OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 Jefferson Street HEIRTUPULSR Y A 1 J P U L S DYER AND GLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone 3635 528 Fifth Street ACCIDENT As shown above never happens where DIAMOND WALL PLASTER is used Kentucky Wall Plaster Co oeerpe r e4- TELEPHONE 2267 BrHk Hi Rivet Liuisvilli Ky r re a QO TO Pioneer Bottling House FO- RSTRAIGHT WHISKIES I e BIG JUG AT DOOR J Yom DAwr9913 WEST BROADWAY near Union Statloa HEEEMMN BEOSr i IMPORTERS PINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealyers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street WINES UQUORS CI- GARSVALSS SALOONVAL Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 442 4 T GREEN 16tT Worlds Fair Short Line southern Railway FORTYTHREE MILES THE SHORTEST FASTEST AND BEST TO THE WO I1pS FAILOOK AT 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an ideal outergarment for every purpose required by the wearer The essentials that arr absolutely necessary to every well fitting and good wearing garment combined with our reasonable prices are the inducements this department offers Better than these no one can give but many lack in either one or the other i Isieither a dress or runabout coat the popular shades are tan blue and black made right up to the minute in style with a loose front and back and inverted plaits collarless neck and cuffs trimmed with velvet and stitching JJ I Q QO Purchases a Heavy Mannish Coat We are pl tJiuO confident that we could demand a better price for this coat the material is of the finest and the tailoring will stand comparison with the work on gar ments priced at no less than 2500 34 length fancy trimmed with straps velvet and buttons the mixtures arc of a quiet combination a P J lI Everylcoat in justice to herself owes this coat an inspection it is the highest type of fashion and cloth will outwear I any two other kinds made 3 length loose front and inverted plaited back fancy sleeves coat or collarless neck of vel- vetetioee 0t t IRELAND Record of the lost Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Gregorian music has been introduced Into St Johns Cathedral Limerick Arrangements arc being made for the establishment of a carpet weaving indus try In Killarney Sergt Coleman of the Royal Irish Fusiliers was accidently shot to death at Holywood Barracks Belfast Up to the end of September 27000 adults left Queenstown for America against 21000 for the corresponding period last year At a conference of the United Irish League in Belmullet it was stated that there was an almost total failure of the potato crop this season in Ems Following the example of other lines having termini in Belfast the Great Northern Railway Company are about to Introduce a motor car service between Belfast and Llsbnrn A limited company is being formed by the Limerick Industrial Associttion to carryout next years exhibition in Lim erick The profits on this years exhibi tion amounted to 11000 The Right Rev Monsignor Burke Bagnalstown was thrown from his trap while driving from Ballyellin and Borris last week and seriously injured but he has greatly improved since On Suuday the Bishop of Galway laid the foundation stone of the new church of St Enda at Splddel The edifice will be constructed on ancient Irish lines Father Fegan preached in Gaelic the sermon of the day News has come of the death of Rev Michael Smyth of Moygownagh County Mayo at the early age of fortyfive years The immediate cause of his de mise was hemorrhage of the lungs attended by an advanced form of heart disease from which he had suffered for many years Father Smyth was educated at the Irish College Paris and was a brilliant student- A large and representative meeting of the parishioners of Dromaragh was held in the parochial hall of the Sacred Heart church Omagh recently for the purpose of taking preliminary steps to suitably commemorate the silver jubilee of Rev J J McGlade A subscription list was opened and a large amount received Father McGlade has been connected with the parish during his entire priesthood and it is principally owing to his efforts that the new church in Omagh has been erectedThe thirteenth anniversary of the death Fof Charles Stewart Parnell was observed on Sunday in Dublin Special trains at reduced fares run from various parts of the country brought very large crowds to the city and the streets were thronged at several points to see the procession pass It was formed on the west side of Rutland square and was heeded by mem ber of the Parnell Commemoration Asso elation who carried wreaths Then fol lowed a long contingent of marchers representing all the civic and patriotic organizations who marched to Glaanevin where the memorial services were held In the course of an able address to his constituents Moy Mr RnMell M P protested vehemently against the deliber ate effort which is being made to rouse strife in the country He referred espe dally to the attacks upon Sir Anthony McDonnell TPGI11 and Mr Finnu cane simply because they happen to be Catholics Itwas said that no Protestant had a chance now Was there eversuch nODHnSeheardOutoftbe three Estates Commissioners appointed under the land act by the Lord Lieutenant two were Protestants When Parliament rose hiI the month of August last there were thejIa uuefOfeoot1tI What nooseacel1 The Castleud six great officers of State The were Protestants One was a Catholic There were sixteen Judges of the So xrior oartthirteen of them were ProUsUnU The Judges of thiq Counter Courts nnmbaedttwentyone and fifteen were PrfltesUnte The Land Cooimis dooers the Local Qoverameat Board D11 QO For a Zibeline Tourist Coat This popular PfOO Cloth Coat has a much better finish than most garments at this price Shoulder pads and inside linings are put together in the way that retains their shape either blue or Oxford color inverted plaited back belt cuffs collarless neck and pockets piped with novelty velvet metal button trimmed hQ QO For Covert or Mannish Tourist Coat Here ipUiUO tasty dressers have choice of two fashionable materials one is equally as desirable as the other both good wearing woolens Covert Cloth is donblefacedj mannish mixtures embody the quiet speckles also a Kersey Cloth Coat all are 34 lengths tailor effects with plaits and stitching or velvet and button trimmed I JJ I Blade Zibeline Tourist Coat Its JI LdUseldom that such handsome garments are offered at this small price this extremely stylish coat is 34 length trimmed with wide and narrow Hercules braid and buttons body of coat is lined with a heavy satin we make possible this little cost by purchasing in large quantities IRISH S SOCiETYDIRECTORYA DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues dayEvenings of Each Month TynanVice W Dougherty Recording Secretary Thomas Kee nan Jr Financial Secretary Peter JJ Cuslck 1911 Bank street TreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentJohn J Sullivan Recording SecretaryEdward J Kei ranFinancial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran I IDIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monda evenings of Each Month QuinnViceRecording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Financial Secretary William Burns 807 Twentythird street Treasurer George J Butler SergeantatArmspat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording SecretaryThos Callahan Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnut Assistant Dave Reilly Treasurer John P Hellon DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus HaU County PresidentJohn Kenney County Vice PresidentJ B Murphy PresidentRobert Gleason Vice President Daniel Gill RecordingjSecretary G Cole Financial Secretary Thos OHern Treasurer Martin Gos- sSentinelAlphouso Constantine SergeantatArms Michael Noon t Y 1 z Y MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 630 Twentysiith Street President James Shelley First Vice PresidentWm P Shaugh lJ nessySecond Vice PresidentFred Herp Recording Secretary Frank Adams 2548StCorresponding SecretaryFrank P Burke js Treasurer Frank P Murphy Marshal Qe6rge F Simonis Inside Sentrael =Frank Lanahan Outside SentinelJohn Schaefer TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets EverY Monday Evening at the Club Hone 718 East Gray Street President Eugene J Cooney First Vice President J L Cunnlfife Second Vice PresidentJoseph F Bell Recording SecretaryEmil E Mouth Corresponding Secretary Arthur C Lauer Financial Secretary Robert G Goe jestTreasurerWilliam N Gast Marshal M F Morris Inside SentinelJacob Pfalzer Outside Se iue1M F Ziegler A and the AgriHlturaIDepartmenthad a host 6i hlgirpard officials commift aionerp iiupM4ors auditors not a fourth II of these were Catholics The three Com missioners of Public Works were Protest J i policeiI we I railway ofEeM banks breweries were I largely manned by Protestants The I r office of Privy Councillor was almostexII i elusively PraCMtant The Lord Lieuten J ants of counties and cities and other offices of proet importance werehltdl almost Protestants while J she edomtrenaeof Prptectauts In the J M litrcy wi ormqiw stioRT- It OF FUNDS leas JMMM wooted point for sore time whetherthe Duke and Duchess of MaacheoUr Mtving acquired e hand sotue poprtjr Kylemore Castle County Galway Iiwbj I will be able to retain it Already trine money has beenTurik thereby them Laaiweek they went to Park JaMM ieary mtiiiea warm Itieod of u aaeheatert andas he ia looking for o bUy place it ii thought that tliey MM take a eal with hitnV a HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing I the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Three divisions of the Ladles Auxiliary are flourishing in Baltimore A new company of Hibernian Rifles has been organized at Niagara Falls Miss Julia Hayes County President has instituted a Ladies Auxiliary at Brockton Mass Division 2 Under the leadership of President Con Ford is making rapid strides in membership Divisions in the Eastern States are holding elections every week But few changes are being made Division 1 will meet Tuesday andre ports will be heard and opinions ex pressed on consolidation Cityyheld in Tuxedo Hall 450 new members were received into the order Division 3 will hear suggestions on the manner of celebrating St Patricks day at its meeting Monday evening Father D J Stafford D D will de liver one of his splendid lectures for the Hibernians of Washington in the near futureThe social meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary was postponed from last Wednesday evening on account of All Souls day State Secretary Farley has started the work of organization in New York A new division will be organized in Lewis county in the near future The Ladles Auxiliary of Newton Mass initiated fifteen candidates last Friday night A number of State and county officers were present Division 2 expects to net quite a targeI sum from the proceeds of its euchre which will be given in A 0 H Hall Friday evening November 18IBoston Hibernians will hold memorial services in Faneuil Hall in honor of the late Senator Hoar the true friend of the Hibernians and a champion humanity Very Rev Thomas J Shahan of the Catholic University at Washington witlI lecture tomorrow night at Carnegie Hall on the Past Present and Future of HII bernianism for the benefit of the New York County Board The Milwaukee Hibernian Rifles gaveI a very successful social Monday night at the Academy of Music and on Friday evening the Ladies Auxiliary entertained a large gathering at a Halloween social at Ivanhoe Cominandary Miss Mary Cavanaugh President of the Ladies Auxiliary showed herself to be a good friend of the boys of Division 4 by making a special request of the auxiliary members to attend the euchre given by that division next Wednesday evening The Manchester Emerald says the order is progressing well in Stafford countyand will show a substantial gain both in mem ship and finances before the next State convention And the Emerald is doing its share of this work a factwhlch should be appreciated by New Hampshire Hiber nians Upward of 200 invited members and friends assembled last week in BenedictII Hall Providence to celebrate anniversary of Branch 14 which has the distinction of being the banner wonII ion in Rhode Island having a ship of 189 in good standing and a treasII ury fund of 1200 At the recent County Board and election held In Central meetingII officers from the fortytwo New York county were present representing fII a membership of 23000 Major Edward McCrytal was elected County President sad Very Rev Father Charles McCready wamac1eCountyCbavain RELATIVE OF WASHINGTON I j The closest mate relative of George t Washington la Lawrence Washington a grandnephew of the Father of hip Country Lawrence WsalngtoapoweMefll the George Washington 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