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TiII TTIr 4W iT it 4t t 1 j 1 IC Fl th i I KNTUCKYIIISH AMERICAN f N iOL E XIIINO 20 LOUISVILLE SA4FURDAY NOVEMBER 12 1904 PRICE FIVE CENTS 1 y1M II- ir i I J I rMackln Council Beady to Wel i 7 f Itiiicome Public In the New i Club House If to i Success of Bazar and Reception to Supreme President W M i v Fogarty Assured I Joint mooting of All Council V Tuesday 2flgut at Trlu t 2 Jty Hall i 1 t OTICEFROM SUPREME SECRETARY 1 i The Ways and Means Committee of Mackin Council are putting the finishing 1 touches on the new 10000 club house on Twentysixth street which will be thrown open to the public next Thursday night with a bazar and reception to the Supreme President of the Young Mens Institute William M Fogarty City Clerk of Indianapolis Mackins new home is indeed a beauty and Is worthy the Catholic young men of the West Endwho are about to realize the fruition of years of earnest labor Mayor Charles F Grain- ger Judge Matt ODoberty and Hon Edward J McDermott have been invited sMqattend the opening exercises and de J Hyer short addresses Unity Council of Y New Albany and Satolli and Trinity Councils of this city will visit the affair in a body and the largest gathering ever witnessed in the West End way be looked for There are eight committees j working for the bazar and judged from 8tbe reports received Tuesday night Its success is already assure- dtbejuethiof Trinity Council on Monday Might it was anrionnced that the joint meeting of the Louisville councils in honor of the Supreme President would be held next Tuesday night at Trinitys Hall on East Gray street Trinity has prepared a rousing reception for the vis itors This meeting will be under the I supervision of theJoint Committee who hope to see the large hail crowded to the doors The members are alsosild to be arranging for a big turnout for the I visit to Macklq Council Satolli Council wUlbDorthev1stting i rl Pfesrden baq to Wednesday and will show him the princi o pal points of Interest in Louisville and its suburbs There was much enthusiasm manifested at the meeting held Monday night and it was said that every member would be at Mackins bazar I There was a lerge gathering Tuesday plght at St Cecilias Hall to hear reports and work for Mackin Councils welfare President Shelley was in Cincinnatiand the chair was occupied by Fred HerpI Leonard Wessel and Martin Robinson were elected members and applications 4 received from R L Fisher and John Nolan The reports of all the committees were very satisfactory concerning the opening and bazar next week It wasvoted to hold the regular meeting on Monday night and on Tuesday evening all will assemble at the hall and proceed inn body to the joint meeting at Trinity Hall The Kentucky Irish American has received the following communication and request from Supreme Secretary OBrien I am in receipt of the following official order No 1 from our worthy Supreme President also with the Instructions that I communicate same to you at once and Tequest that you have the several coun cils in your jurisdiction put same in force as early as you possibly can As the Supreme President of the Young Mens Institute I herewith communicate- to you the request that in token of our esteem for the beloved memory of the late lamented Archbishop Elder of Cin cinnati who until the fifth Supreme Council of the Instltute had been our Supreme Chaplain for four years you wear in the lapel of your coats a small purple ribbon for the period of thirty days or until the third day of December J904 f To All Officers and Members of the Young Mens Institute Fraternal Greet lags Herewith you will find the name anA address of all of the Supreme offi ers elected at the last Supreme Council held coiorado Springs Cola Octeber 10 a4and 12 19D4 j ChaplainMost Rev D D ODonog hue Indianapolis President William M Fogarty City Clerk Indianapolis First VicePresldent Samuel Haskins fiCostom House San Francisco Second Vice President J Etntuet Sullivan Jermyn Pa- SecretaryJames M OBrien Box 374 iRoanoke Va- TreasurerD J Cnllinan 202 Main Street Pittsburg t Board of Supreme DlrectorsPH Ke fe Chairman Sharpsburg Pa Will iam M Fogarty Indianapolis L E JjiibK Eureka Cal P J Stanton Frost firg Md John J BarryNew Haven 1 l jKy William H Weber Walla W H i rY1tI bn W Whelant 610 Charleston 1 Wret Mobile Ala l fxaaa Instructed by the Supreme Coun I jellt toprepare national directory of the 1MIhowing the nameoTthVcoun r I its number where located in the fo tbf city the names and addrissafl ofr MliiprwWeBt S rltt ryaDd Tr M Mr directoryl will be p btdl lu yiL J I1 fc ate and will W a irwt bwcfit to a rl all brotbeis traveling and In order to make it complete and of service I will have the same issued immediately after the beginning of the year or as soon asI the names of the new officers are fur nished me by the several councils IIt therefore ask that all councils be as prompt as possible in sending me the Information herein outlined I will send the proper blanks during the mcnth ofr December Fraternally yours JAMES M OBRIBN c Supreme Secretary SACRED HEART CHURCH i Will Be Consecrated by Right Rev Bishop McCloskey In December Last Sunday at all the masses in the Sacred Heart church the pastor Rev Patrick Walsh made the welcome announcement that that beautiful church edifice would be consecrated by the Right Rev Bishop McCloskey during the month of December Father Walsh and his flock have labored hard to free their church from debt and conse quently there is great rejoicing over the fact that it will be consecrated during the present jubilee year As tbe arrangements are completed they will be made known in these columns In preparation for the joyful occasion a mission wilt be held at the Sacred Heart church the last week of this month when all the parishioners are expected to approach the holy sacrament in thanksgiving for the many blessings that have been bestowed on them The mission will be conducted by priests noted for both their eloquence and learn lugSCATHOLIC FEDERATION Kentuckys State President Made Member of National Organization I Dr Francis S Clark State President of the Kentucky Federation Catholic Societies this week received a letter from Secretary Anthony Matre inform ing him that he lid been made a mem ber of the national organization Dr Clark was recommended for the hoBorby the highest authorities and has accepted the position In the near future Presi dent Clark will visit all local clergy for J the purpose of interesting them and their I parishes In the federation 1 rnovementdathUponUhe J of Archbishop Elder the officers of the J State and County Federation met in this J city and adopted appropriate resolutions which were forwarded to Archbishop J Henry Moeller who made the following acknowledgementThe I adopted by the Kent I tucky Federation of Catholic Societies were received I thank you the com mittee and the members of the Faders tion for the expression of esteem and J sympathy contained therein May God I bless you- Thursday I night the regular monthly meeting of the Jefferson Federation was I held at Hibernian Hall EncouragingI reports were read by Secretary Cooney and a number of societies gave notice that they would soon be represented I LOVELY LIFE tLOSEDIt The entire Catholic community wasI thrown into deepest grief Friday night ofI last week by the announcement of the death of Mrs Catherine E Byrne be lovedwife of John P Byrne at the fam ily residence 014 West Chestnut streetI after a very short illness of pneumonia Mrs Byrne wa one of those pioneers ofI the faith whose edifying lives and super nal virtues make them rhine as stars noI matter where their lot in life may beI cast She was a native of that holy island from whose bosom have gone forth so many generations of saintly sons and virtuous daughters whose lives were modeled upon the holy faith which StIPatrick implanted in the hearts of the primitive people of Ireland Born there sixtyeight years ago she arrived In the United States when but a girl and locating In Louisville she afterward married John P Byrne who with two daughters Mrs B J Jansen and Mrs J H Busche meyer survfve her Our Heavenly Father has promised a long life and a happy death to thQse who serve him faith fully in this life and the deceased was the recipient of both these rewards from Him who has given His beloved rest as she loved her faith dearly and practiced it with the fidelity of a soul sanctified The funeral took place Mouday morning from the Cathedral and was one of the largest seen there for years ACTIVE DEBT PAYERS On Monday evening the St Louis Ber trand Debt Paying Association had a- very interesting meeting President Cas Lsilly presided Rev Father Volz who was present thanked the gentlemen for the active work done in this regard andI spoke words of encouragement for the future Methods of reaching new con tributors as well as of again interesting old contributors were discvnsed The reports were well up to the standard Some of the collectors bad to complain of the actions of a few who con stantly put the collectors 01with some trivial excuse thinking nothing of the trouble they put these gentlemen to tior of the endless confmioti they cause in the records of the society by such dil atorytactlctIf lOaM of these peril i could tw thmelv M others eeUlsuI they would soon med b Jr way c CJ C fi TRIBUTE Paid Late Most Rev WIIHa I Henry Elder Archbishop I of Cincinnati His Funeral Wits the Most Im pressive Ever Hold inoj 1 Tills Country Tbe Cardinal Archbishops and Hundreds of Bishops and Priests Present RT REY BISHOP MCLOSKEY ASSISTED The funeral of the most Rev William Henry Elder Archbishop of Cincinnati which took place from St Peters Cathedral in the city named on Tuesday was the most impressive ceremony ever held in the State of Ohio or probably in America From all parts of the United States were assembled the leading digni taries of the church both young and old The Right Rev Bishop of Louisville William George McCloskey D D was present and assisted in the solemn mass of requiem Since the death of the venerable Archbishop Dr McCloskey is the oldest Bishop in the United States Cardinal Gibbons and all the Arch bishops were in attendance The scene at the Cathedral was impressive beyond description Long before the hour fixed for the solemn services to begin thousands of people filled the streets surrounding the Cathedral They came from all parts of Ohio and from Kentucky as well as from Cincinnati When the doors of the great Cathedral were opened those who had cards were admitted and this immense auditorium was at once filled Thousands were unable to gain admission but waited patiently outside and when the mass was over followed the remains to the cemetery The scene in the sanctuary was the most impressive sight of all All of the clergy wore black Vestments except Cardinal Gibbons There were fully COO Bishops audpriests in the sanctuary and J at the altar railing The high mase of requt twas sung oy Arclibk-opzb4M ei1t he I se t J Elder He was assisted by the VeryI Rev Dr Schoenhoft V G the Rev August Quatraan and Rev William Hickey At the conclusion of the mass the Most Rev John J Keane Arch bishop of Dubuque preached the funeral sermon Archbishop Keane is one of he finest orators among the Catholic dignitaries of America His tribute to the venerable Archbishop was a classic He spoke for an hour We regret that space forbids the publication of this great funeral sermon Following the sermon there were five solemn absolutions given by Cardinal Gibbons Archbishop Ryan Bishops Maes Heslin and Allen each attended bytwocbaplalnsAil church bells In Cin cinnati tolled while the funeral proces sion moved from the Cathedral to the cemetery The funeral cortege was several miles long and In it were some of the most distinguished men in Ohio as well as many of the humblest laborers in Cincinnati Never before Iin Cincinnati was there such a tribute paid to a cjtizen as was paid to the dead Archbishop All classes turned out even though it was election day At the grave the final services were conducted by Archbishop Moeller assisted by Fathers N4u and Dutton Rev Father Ackerman Mrs Phil Ackerman Sr Mrs Thomas Cody and Miss Mamie Ackerman were among the number from this city who witnessed the solemn obsequies in the Cathedral They say 1It would be impossible to give eveu a faint Idea of the solemnity of tbe services or the respect and sorrow every where manifest for the deceased Arch bishop KNIGHTS AND LADIES Celebrate Fourteenth Annl versary and Outline Future Work There was a large and happy gathering Wednesday iiigbt at Markers Hall to celebrate the fourteenth anniversary of Branch 2 of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America And to the officers and members it was especially gratifying to see so many visitors and well wisHers present nearly every branch in Louis ville being represented President Patrick Holley presided and expressed himself bJghly pleased to welcome so many ladies and gentlemen In a few well chosen words be reviewed the history of Branch 2 duriug the fourteen years of its existence There were slow about 400 members who would be surprised did they realize what had been accomplished by them since the beginning of their organization Its great success Presi dent Holley said mustjbe attributed to their good members the women whoI have built this and all other branches laud without wkoce cooperation the Cath olic Knights and Ladies could have done nothing avery CatboUcwnaudlIi woWu h declared rfiouldibe Insured j cud it wtb duly of members tom j known the wwfits of membership in this grand onttr which lied issued oaly one extra BMJMMittit in the entire four commnidca1tlonsuggested ttlie formation of a central ad visory board in Louisville President Kelly appeatelJto the women who could advertise tUaJ erderand bring the seem bership up w 15000 In this city The suggestion l let with hearty approval and before the adjournment arrange ments wereviwde for a meeting next Wednesday ihlat the pfficeof Attorney Newton G Rogers when the board will be organized MlssAIari Sheridan reported two applications fend three candidates await- Ing Initiation Reports coming to her showed neW branches being instituted and the membership increasing every where espedijtljy in the West She well remembered jfenlhe could stand at St Patricks chtirch and call all the seem upinfourteen State of the Union She urges the formation pf an advisory Aboard that Louisville ankentucky may continue in the leadkNewton G Rogers pointed to the monuments ftf Catholic fraternity and charity reared jby the C K and L of A After some gifcd advice and a practical business talk fee congratulated the branch on its success Dr PeterGanz was indeed glad to see the backbone and spirit exhibited by Supreme Prudent Kelly and the active interest he Hi1 grousing to increase the membership IjDr Ganz asked each individual ting In one new member during the yjjar Members should better inform themselves about their order by holding quarterly general meetings and pr paring ttfei iselves to become Its agents I Miss Renaty iiscnbergI aroused mucbI enthusiasm An 1 offered her services Advisory boards lnother cities she said j were doing splendld Work and the same would result here if properly organized MessrsThaIlKeenan William MII Higgins Jataesj Coleman Patrick Sullivan jI Huckenbe and Smith wete called upon and responded with remarks I appropriate jto tbe occasion after whicbII refreshments Nvere served by the ladies of the branch t Not the feast pleasing feature of the meeting was tlu presence of so many of the founders j5j the society which they believe tntwords of Secretary Coleman Is tkesiwiiipcst and safest fraternal nsuraay Iin this country It w ndeedppy and Successful anni Tnary aidsiery side the hope was Nilj iiiui preeM4ghtlkJQ1 enjoy together many more such S U JOSEPH MURPHY Great Irish Actor to Appear at Masonic Theater Next Week The coming of Joseph Murphy to the Masonic Theater in Kerry Gow and Shaun Rhue next week will be hailed with delight by those who enjoy a whole some Irish play by an aetor who knows bow to depict true Irish character The performance bf either Kerry Gow or Shaun Rhue will give the keenest pleasure to those who have been going to the modern plays and to the cheap wares dubbed Irish Joe Murphy is an actor of merit else he could not have main tamed his high place on the American stage during tbe past quarter of a century He has been in Louisville before and never failed to draw big houses lie Is a true blue Irishman a member of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and other Irish societies and never fails to draw big houses every night in the week In cities where Irish live and there are over 50000 of them in Louisville As Dan OHara In Kerry Gow Mr Murphy is at his best The company supporting him is made up of actors of Irish names and who speak with an Irish accent Of course Mr Murphy will have large audiences every night during his appear ance here He is a favorite among the Oldtime theatergoers whether they be Irish or not Those who have never witnessed tbe performance of Kerry Gow or Shaun Rhue should not taisa going to tbe Maaouic next week UNDERCOVER Contractors have begun work 6a the- rooffoftlje new SABgwrtineaa church in Jefferson vill anC are now placing tbe timbers in position It is hoped to have the handsome structure soon under cover and that work on the Interior may be pushed duriugthe winter months The new edifice will cost 31000alHlhea fintskefflLwlll be the moat b t tlflh in 11 I r GROWING In Membership and influence Are the Knights of Columbus Louisville Council Will Soon Have a Roster of GOO Tomorrow Week FortyFive New Candidates Will Be Instituted A POPULAR CATHOLIC ORGANIZATION On tomorrow week Louisville Council of the Knights of Columbus will have a general meeting for the purpose of init iatlng about fortyfive new members Previous to the ceremonies the members of the council will attend the holy mass When this new membership is added the council will have about 500 members The steady growth in membership and influence of the Knights of Columbus in this city is a source of gratification to organlzatldnmade wonderful strides in the West and South particularly during the past two year t The Louisville membership includes some ofthe leading Catholic busi ness and professional men The members not only take a live interest in Cath olic affairs but in everything that tends to the betterment of society and the wel fare of the city Regular meetings of the council are held every Wednesday evening at 8 oclock The election of meetingindues are only 12 and membership is open to all Catholics with but few re strictions The present officers of Louis yule Councttare Grand Knight Charles F Taylor Deputy Grand Knight Fred A Bauer Chancellor John A Doyle TreasurerHenry Paslick Financial Secretary and RecorderJ J Flynn ChaplainRev Leo Greulich of St Anthonys church r1Lecturer P H Callahan i- Ad cateJ pnn C a11bigi WardenJQt M iMtilloy Inside GuardElmer Watson Outside GuardThomas S Evans Medical Examiner Dr W B Doherty Past Grand Knights MT JU Winn R A Watson Charles J OConnor P M OReillyState DeputySupreme KnightRobert- A WatsonPast Deputy Chas J OConnor The Board of Trustees is composed of Dr John A Oucbterlony M J Duffy and Henry Thiemanu Interest in the Knights of Columbus in the Far West is on the increase and new councils are now being instituted in many of the smaller cities Denver Council it is said will in the near futnre begin the erection pfa 50000 structure for their own use An excellent start has already been made and the commit tee in charge feel certain that everything will work according to the plans are ranged And in Leadville the Knights who number about 250 have purchased their own hall at a cost of 16000 and have paid for the same The proposition to erect or purchase a building for tbe order in Louisville has been discussed but thus far no definite action has been taken If Louisville Council decides to have a building of Ita own it is safe to say it will be one worthy the order i YOUNG FATHER BRADY Receives Hearty Welcome From People or St Ce cilias Parish There was much rejoicing throughout St Cecilias parish last Sunday when the Rev Father A F P Brady cele brated his first mass as assistant pastorof that flourishing congregation The young priest who was only recently ordained is a nephew of the beloved rector Rev A J Brady During his visits while studying for the priesthood he made many friends among the Catholics of tbe West End especially the younger element with whom he will become ex tremely popular For some time past Father Brady was stationed at St Vin cents in Union county but ou account of his ability and zeal it Is thought Bishop McCloskey assigned him to the larger and more important field He succeeds Rev John Kalaber who is highly pleased with the hearty and cordialreception given him by the people of his sew charge SATOLLI COUNCIL The meeting of Satolli Council this week was presided over by President Crotty with his usual grace and was more interesting than usual The appli cation of Ollie Gore was received and referred to the proper committee The report of the Joint Committee was llis tened to with interest and the SatolH rprwnteUvM were asearwl of the fcoop r tloa of the eooofil autwk in nMkittg tb reception to SwpwM Pr i Lu dent Fogarty a success Arrangements were also completed for the banquet next Wednesday night The report of the Ex ccutive Committee was read and showed the financial condition of Satolli Council to be steadily improving A handsome Y M I pin has been offered to the one securing the most new members between now and January 1 with the provision that at least five must be secured in or der to compete for it Members were CommitteedJames Perry was appointed custodian of the property of the council In lieu of the Marahalfor whom an anxious inquiry is now Being made Perhaps certait young ladies might throw some light on that subject If GRAND CHURCH BAZAR For Thanksgiving Week With Drawings of Prizes Nightly The people of St Frances of Rome church in Clifton have arranged gala time for their friends for Thanksgiving week With Father White at their bead they will hold a grand bazar opening Monday November 21 and closing the following Saturday night the proceeds of which will go toward paying for making Cavewood street and the sidewalk Eacl night there will be entertaining features and a drawing for prizes in which all ticket holders will participate The list of prizes includes a handsome chiffonier the gift of Councilman Al Smith a fine water filter fifty bushels of coal house hold article music cabinet fancy chair dozen cabinet photos large ornamented cake fivedollar gold piece Irish sover eign twelve cabinet photos and one hun dred nickels donated by Owen Keiran There will be a number of pretty booths and refreshment tables where the ladles will have a bountiful supply of every thing good to eat The bazar will be held in the school hall and will be found the right place to spend both a pleasant and profitable evening Crescent Hill cars stop at tbe hall door SILVER WEDDING 2I John Hoffman and Wife Will Celebrate the Happy I occif offmaelJohn popular and higb esecmed Qeri1lrtCattiollc sl- ii fntth astEnd llght d tI if troth in the old St Boniface church this city on November 25 1879 and the long interval of a quarter of a century has been happily spent in Louisville Now with the evening of their days approach ing they face the great beyond fearlessly aud confident of that reward sure to be the portion of those whose lives have been full of well doing It is therefore fitting that so joyful an event should be duly celebrated and the occasion will indeed be a most happy one On the morning of November 23 the worthy couple surrounded by their many de voted friends and relatives wilt partici pate in the holy mass to be offered up for their especial benefit at the new St Bon face church by tbe Rev Father Guido O S F who tomorrow will himself celebrate the twenty fifth anniversary of his ordination to the holy priesthood For each of the three there are only good wishes and the hope that they may enjoy a duplicate of the past twentyfive years Mr Hoffman and Father Guido are cousins S U PRAY FOR THE DEAD Holy and Wholesome Thought Carried Out by Thousands- of Catholics Sunday On last Sunday thousands of persons visited the Catholic cemeteries to pray for the souls of the departed Those who could not go ou All Souls day November 2 performed the duty on the Sunday following On account of the propitious weather the throngs at the cemeteries last Sunday were larger than usual At St Michaels cemetery every year on the Sunday following All Souls there are large crowds but the throng last Sunday was a record breaker more than 5000 people assembling there and most of them assisted at the office of the dead which was recited by Rev Father Guido Stallo of St Boniface church Previous to reciting the prayers a procession was formed and marched tq the great cross in the center of the cemetery and all knelt in prayer The Scripture says it is a holy and wholesome thought to pray for the dead This injunction is kept in mind by tboe who have loved ones buried in our Catho lic cemeteries and from year to year the crowds Increase The custom lis a beauti ful one and ought to be observed gen erally by Catholics e U GOES TO ST JOHNS The people ofSt Johns parish were much pleased this week when they learned that the Rev George Cone had been appointed assistant priest to the Very Rev Father Bax Father Cone is one of the younger priests in this dio cese and was for awhile stationed at St Patrick He is an earnest worker an able speaker and bay been popular with the masses of the people Our friends of St Johns have reason to congratulate tbewMirM and thank tbe Bishopl for life ppotatt u- U CATHOLIC College For Women to Be Opened in New York State U To Be Conducted By tbe Ursu line Nuns at New 7 Rochelle Will Bo Founded on Liberal Basis NonCatholics to Be Admitted I ALSO A4FOR TEACHERS The chartering of the College of St Angela the first and only Catholic col lege for women In New York State was an event of great importance to the teachers of Greater New York This college which is situated in New Rocbelle is the result of the fruitful labors of the Ursuline nuns Their semi nary in New Rochelle has long been noted for the excellence of its instruc tion says the New York Sun The college is founded on a liberal basis While its primary object is to provide collegiate training for Catholic girls those of other denominations are also welcomed An important part of the policy of the college will be the offering to teachers of an opportunity to ob tain a degree without sacrificing their AdelphlCollegethis policy a two hour course will be given this winter In Manhattan at One ancJMadisonThe subject of the course will be Con temporary Educational Problems II It will 6e given on Tuesday and Thursday evenings The hour on Tuesday will be devoted to a consideration of the history and principles of education On Thurs day evenings there will be a series of thirty lectures delivered by the educa vicinityTheyproblems of the day Every effort will be made to hathese lectures given by men well klgfetr In the educational world The 1Wdepts of neighboring col thrjijcr oLsducIon In nelpbollngtnslitullons the highest supervisory officials in the city public school system the principals of the city High Schools and men and women of equal reputation will be among the lecturers It is expected that Archbishop Farley will deliver the opening address and that Mousfgnor Lavelle the distinguished exPresident of the Catholic summer school will bethe first lecturer The course will be a threefold value to the members of the teaching profession In the first place it will be a culture course for teachers and will enable them to enjoy the rare opportunity of hearing the ablest educational men in this part of the country In the second place it will count toward an A B degree at the College of St Angela In the third place it will be possible for teachers by complying with certain examination re quirements to count It toward eligibility for candidacy for license No 1 and for the head of department and principals helpfulto candidates for places in city schools During successive years the city courses will be so planned that any teacher will be able to earn a degree without making the sacrifice necessitated by leaving her profession The College of St Angela is planning to do a great and noble work both for its rea students and for members of the teacur profession Just as soon as it is feasible the college will become a member of the Society College Entrance Board of thet Middle States and Maryland Eve precaution will be taken to guard tbl value of its degree and to have the col lege maintain the standing of its predcji cessor the Ursuline Seminary FEAST OF MUSIC The music loving people of Louisville will be delightfully entertained at the Masonic Theater on Sunday night No vember 20 when the first grand concert of the EichhornKollros military band mixed chorus and orchestra will be given The programme Is an artistic and meri torious one and equals any ever presented here Messrs Eichborn and Kollrcu deserve encouragement in tHeir effort tJgive Louisville a standard band an fl orchestra The soloistsv will be Mr Mamie Becker Mrs Marguerite Swali Charles Leizler and Constantine Leber CAN TRUST HIM Councilman Lawrence Ford of Je sonville left Thursday for Pittsburj be present at the meetings of tbe Gr ance Committees of the several dlvisi of the Pennsylvania lines and the i road officials which will last all Off week Larry has the confidence respect of the men and their inter are safe in his hands p MISSION AT ST PATRICKS At the high mass tomorrow tub pethtin e throughout the wikr Tbu willheldbenedictloH the ktter U j U tf X 8V v S j w r r K NiuCKY IRISH A1n3iRI015i1 t KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflNt ft avetd to tke Moral ad Soolat Advancement of ell Irlak AmrlGaB KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLB COPY Si entered at the Louisville Postofflce as SecondClass MrtteT KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 WeWOreenSiret tUtu IIIt COll III 88lcallo1 to tile 1 = c TRADES uBEI COUNCIL 1904LOUISVILLEJUDGE ODOHERTYS ELECTION The Kentucky Irish American desires to congratulate the people of Louisville and Jefferson county and the Democratic party on the election of Hon Matt ODoherty to a Judgeship in the Jefferson Cir cuit Court There are several rea sons why these felicitations should be extended by this paper In the first place the city and county honorable mansecures an upright and an able jurist for the position of Judge of ommon Pleas Division NO3 Judge ODoherty is every thing that a Judge should be but high integrity is his chief character istic The corporations will not own him We desire to congtatulate the Democratic party on the undivided support which was given Judge ODoherty He ran up well with his ticket in almost every voting precinct in the city and county He received the earnest support of every precinct worker and of every man connected with the Democratic organization There was a time when an Irishman and a Catholic could not receive the united sup port of the party organization The election of Tuesday demonstrated that this old KnowNothing A P A feeling is gradually dying out To be pure there were some few who call themselves Democrats who voted against Judge ODoherty be cause he is a Catholic and an Irish man but these few bigots are of no consequence If they ever get into Juoffe ODohertys court they will doubtless be converted by the fai treatment they will receive from a Catholic and an Irishman Judge ODoherty is the firs Irishman and Catholic ever elected to the Circuit bench in Louisville We congratulate the people of Louisville on this tardy act of justice Catholics and Irishmen were the first settleis of this city and county They have been here for 100 years There are probably 50000 Catholics in Louisville today They appreciate Judge ODohertys election not that he is a Catholic I I but on account of the good spirit which was shown at the polls last Tuesday It leads them to feetl that the spirit of intolerance which prevailed here at one time against Catholics has disappeared forever Judge ODoherty we predict will prove worthy of the confidence reposed in him by the whole peo ple and will be an ornament to the bench We hope some day to see him sitting on the bench of the L LCourt of Appeals TUESDAYS ELECTION Tuesdays election was a landslide for the Republicans Roose velt carrying everything before him The President has many admirable traits one being that his e no mans man and treats all men on an equal footing whether they be Catholic Protestant Jew or Pagan white or black The 3residepts announcement that h will not be a candidate for reelection may be taken as an indication that he will be the President of the hole people and not of anyone arty or faction We wish the resident all the success imagin ible and hope his four years term uay redound to the benefit of our elovedI country Congress is also jverwheimiugly Republican and he President ought to be able to id something with both houses of egress at his back judge Parker probably ran as l ell as any other Democrat could iiye ran He Isi aa able states roan and patriot and ik Democrat nj4ed regret having voted for him Jn g At this time it looks like William Jennings Bryan is the coming man in the Democratic party but four years may bring many changes THE DIVORCE EVIL The strongest sermon delivered in Louisville in any of the non Catholic churches for a long time was that of the Rev William H Ramsay at the Unitarian church of the Messiah last Sunday Rev Ramsays subject was divorce He referred to the suggestion recently made by an English author that the marriage contract ought to be limited to a term of years and when the old bonds become irksome either party could break the tie at will This preposterous suggestion was denounced by Mr Ramsay who said if it were followed it would put an end to the home He said very truly that the ease with which the marriage tie is severed in many of the States fosters the notion that marriage is only a pri vate contract between two persons Such ideas he said meant the de terioration of the home and the degredation of the State The burden of his argument was that the churches meaning of course the sects outside the Catho lic church should take steps to denounce the freedom with which divorces are granted It was time the churches were waking up the speaker said as there was grave danger to society and to the State In closing the reverend gentleman said The Roman Catholic church has always maintained a onrthe subjects of marriage and di vorce and has been a bulwark lawlessnesstupon these questions But our Protestant churches have had ric settled principles and have main tained no consistent action on the subjects of marriage and divorce We have done little or nothing to educate the masses upon these vital social problems This coming from a preacher who is not orthodox among Protestants is refreshing and ought to wake up Minististerial Association The Catholic alsacrament and that it is unlawful marryte again The solution of the evil is in obeying the teachings of the Catholic church It is simplicity itself KENTUCKY DEMOCRATIC Kentucky remains in the Demo cratic column and so does Louis ville This city was among the few large municipalities in the country that went Democratic Tuesday This inspires the local Democracy with hope of complete success in the big municipal elec tion which takes place next Novem ber when a Mayor and city and county officers are to be elected On Tuesday every candidate on the city and county ticket was elected fightemade by the Republican organiza tion and the liberal use of cam paign funds It was a great vic tory for Mayor Grainger and the campaign committee headed by F Joseph Herrmann Swagar Sherley the able Repre sentative in Congress from this district was reelected by a major ity of over 1300 Judge Matt ODoherty for the Common Pleas Division of the Circuit Court Robert Worth Bingham for County Attorney Ed Meglemery for Magi iatrate in the Sixth district and all the nominee for School Trustees were winners The School lrwf teelt elected1 were Bdward Wolf John Hoertz Dr Beuchel Bruce Leatz S C Moore and A H Brachey It was a good days work for the Democracy of this city and county Out in the State all the con gressional districts went Demo cratic except the Ninth and Eleventh James N Kehoe in the Ninth was defeated by a very small majority THE BOND ISSUE The proposed bond issue of 3 5ooooo for the purpose of build ing sewers and rebuilding streets was defeated Tuesday on account of failing to receive the requisite twothirds majority The vote on the bond question was For 17 069 against 14434 This is the second time the bond question has been submitted to a vote of the peo ple with a like result It is evident therefore that the people do not want a bond issue no matter how badly the city needs sewer The will of the majority is supreme and must be respected While we favored the bond issue and believe it would have been a good thing for the community we are not going to quarrel with those who took a different view of the subject Mayor Grainger announces that he will immediately take up the sewer question with the members of the General Council and try to provide ewers in the districts where it is imperative to have surplusIadequate sewers can not be built without a large outlay of money and to do this would require an in crease in the present tax rate The Mayor does not favor an increase in the tax rate for 1905 and therefore but few sewers will be built next year People must wait for sewers until they are in the humor to vote for an issue of bonds to raise money to build them IN LIFE AND DEATH Worthy Sentiment Expressed- by Editor Young E Allison Touching indeed is the story from Washington that Mrs Philip H Sheridan refuses to have her illustrious husband buried in the National cemetery at Arlington unless a promise be made that at her death her remains be laid beside those of the great soldier whose love she won and whose name she bears The request is not only reasonable it ought not to be refused says the editor of the Louisville Herald The National ceme tery laws stand as they now read against its being granted but these laws should be at the earliest practicable moment revised to permit acceptance of proposal honorable in the highest degree to American womanhood and wifehood in thorough accord besides with the chival ric nature of American manhood The dead soldier was as great in war as lie was fortunate and faithful in love The qualities that made him a valiant fighter made him also a model husband Sheridan the soldier can not in history be separated from Sheridan the lover the homemaker the idol pf a noble American woman Fitting is it that their hearts having been united by bonds inseparable their ashes should mingle in one tomb This tomb will convey a lesson to coming generations of civic and domestic loyalty sure to bear golden harvests in manful achievements and fireside virtues It was the homes of America that made a handfulof colonists invincible in the Revolutionary struggle against the most powerful of governments The soldier is bred af the fireside It is not the tech nical training of military school or camp that really makes the fighter It is the daily lesson of happy home life which instills truth courage manfulness into youth It is the home that makes country worth fighting for At his fathers fire aide by his mothers knee the young American learns the worth of courage and the beaux of love The parental home fills him with finest ideals as to the home be must to fulfill the mission of an American man upbuild for her whom be is to love incomparably more than self Philip Henry Sheridan did his part as an American man He won victories on bloody field but no triumph of the sol dier greater than that of the citizen who wins a womans heart and rears a happy home Sheridan distinguished In war was also iillustrious in peace His re mains should not be separated from those 01 the wife who has proved so worthy of his fame CHRISTMAS DELINEATOR The December Delineator with Its many Christmas suggestions and wes sage of good cheer end helpfulness should be fpaad iIB every home It is without doubt the best faafatoa magazine ever published and iis calculated to in terest every on Into whose bands it may come A prominent feature it the beauti ful illustrated election of love songi Prom the Wash r operas we the- abort stories there are uiuay tpedal iirti dss oa topic rang to woMiai fie Witlliia rmi witlaut the Laeae itJJ I oJ A o iuAnw4 u w H THERE IS A e SATISFACTION IN TRADING f4Mprices are unquestioned There is a satisfaction in knowing you are receiving the most equitable terms that are quoted by any house in KA the country and that you have the guarantee of a reputable house behind your purchases M BUCKS OAK HEATER 398CASH OR TIME This handsome heater stands 43 inches high has 10inch fire bowl and measures 18 inches square at brae Largest Houselur nlshers In the World rT rT rT TVTVSAs T r Ar diAAeevIVB h li I I Mrs Patrick Callahan entertained her euchre club Tuesday afternoon at Kleins Miss Kate Gormley of Lexington is here to spend several weeks with her Louisville friends Mrs Hattie Stockdale was last week the guest of her cousin Mrs R E Gayle at Henderson Little Virginia Murphy has returned from a visit to her grandfather John Meloy at Charlestown Ind Miss Mary Kearns of South Louisville and Miss Ella bant have been spending ten days at the Worlds Fair Kate Spellman and Mayme Perry popular New Albany girls spent the past week at the Worlds Fair Mrs Oscar Roberts of Portland accompanied by Miss Sallie Shane left Monday to visit friends in Atlanta Mrs Brannin Sherley and daughter Miss Elizabeth are home from Europe where they spent the past three years Mrs Walter I eachman who was the guest of Mrs J K Leahy at Crescent Hill has returned to her home at Spring fieldMrs T S Buckman of Oakdale has had as her guests Mrs Albert Ratclifie and daughter Miss Agnes of Nelson and Mrs J W Hackney arrived home the first of the week after a pleas ant visit with Andrew Kenney at Nicho lasville Miss Mae Tighe will entertain the members of her euchre club at her home 1321 West Broadway on the evening of November 25 Miss Jessie McAuliffe has returned to her home in South Louisville aftermost a enjoyable visit with relatives a Georgetown Ind Mrs Patrick Reilly of Jeffersonville has gone to Birmingham Ala where she will make her future home her husband having located there Robert Flynn an old Louisville boy who has been in South America for several years is home to spend a month with friends and relatives Miss Elenora Schaujie and Miss Nu gent who have been visiting Missouri friends and attending the Worlds Fair will be home for Thanksgiving Mrs Boone Ray has been entertaining her attractive and accomplished daugh ter Mrs Rosenberger and children at her home on Virginia avenue Parkland Edward Corcoran and wife have left for their home in Boston after an enjoy able visit with Mrs Corcorans parents Mr and Mrs J C Williams in Jeffer sonville Anthony and Miss Florence Reisert well known young people of New Albany were united in marriage Tuesday morning at St Marys church by the Rev Father Borreis Misses Mary Foley and Ellen Foley of Pewee Valley who have been spending ten days at the Worlds Fair will spend Thanksgiving with friends at Central City and will not return for weeks The marriage of Edward Kelly and Miss Katie May Valla will be quietly solemnized at St Mary Magdalens oa Wednesday November 16 Owing to the recent death oF the grooms mother no invitations have been issued There is great happiness in the home of Thomas Ga op1014 West Qak street over the arrival of a fine baby boy Mother and aoagare doing nicely while Tom Is preparing la big time for his friends tomorrow when the little fellow will be christened Wedding bells rang merrily the first pert of the week Among the most npta bit of thmany wJJi n C CHINA CABINET 1385CA- SH OR TIME Made of solid quartered oak rich golden in color with piano polish Measures 65 inches high and 35 inches wide Has glass door and bent glass ends V V T Misses Zoeller several church James Kirwan and Anna Fisher Daniel Cravens and Mary McGuire and Andrew Krebs and Mary Ackerly who are all well known and popular and have the best wishes of legions of friends for lives of unalloyed blis- sHINTS ON STYLE Toes of the shoes are a little more pointedand the heels are a little higher The high turnover collar of embroi dery is especially pleasing to women with long necks Brown and green colorings run through all the gamut of shades and bid fair to hold their prestige throughout the entire tints so popular last sea son have not entirely been set aside and the pastel shades are holding their own despite all predictions to the contrary Among the smart bodices of this sea son are to be found charming surplice effects for the surplice is in great vogue This style of bodice is worn with a very simple belt- Ribbon appears as trimming on many evening frocks narrow ribbon having the preference fashioned into fluttering little bows of countless loops and into the tiniest roses One of the prettiest white evening frocks seen thus far is of the softest chiffon taffeta trimmed in deep flounces of lace headed by garlands of tiny pink rosebuds and forgetmenots- In spite of the fact that a woman may dress her hair as she likes and be in good style there will be some few modes that will be most widely followed and these are fbrtunately very generally becoming The American women have taken to the collar and stock of transparent lace and preserve in outline all the ouUnes of the Parisian mode but in a distinctly American manner All day dresses are made high in the neck and those who want some other style of collar and stock may please themselves in the matter HOPKINS THEATER promised a great bill for next week by far the best yet seen at this popular vaudeville play house The headliner iis Fanny Rfce the jolly and fascinating mistress of the talking dolls Others who are sure to please are Happy Jack Gardner in his musical monologue and Carrie Scott the pleasing comedy singer The rest of the olio is high cleat and will introduce vaudeville stars seen here for the first time the whole concluding with a new series of moving pictures on the bi graph BUCKINGHAM Two musical satires said to be a merry melange of nonsense thoroughly enter taining and never offensive will be features of next weeks bill at the Buck- Ingham They will be presented by the Merry Maidens Company headed by jolly Nellie Handly and supported by a big company including the famous gymnasts the flying Rathbons The olio is a splendid one and will please lovers of firstclass vaudeville The engagement will be for the entire week with the usual matinees FEEL HIS LOSS The sympathy of the people of Nelson county goes out to Joe Barry of the New Haven Echo and his wife who last week sustained the loss of their bright and handsome little son Bernard whose death was sudden and unexpected The little lellow was a general favorite and the sorrow felt was manifest at the funeral when St Catherines church was thronged with sympathizing friends of the bereaved parents to whom we tender our heartfelt condolence CARD OF THANKS Mrs John J Riley and family wish to Fathers Kernan and Lawler also Col Sebastian Guntber Chief of Police mem bers and officers of the Sixth district police station and all other brother officers members of Division 4 Ancient those who so kindly assisted these in their late bereavement u tvutGWUJCA CxiMHutx 7 498CASH OR TIME nicelyfinished BackIsare of firstclas velour and verona Sells ordinarily for 750 RHODESBURFORD FURNITURE CO AnJI0A rS0Gi countyMr seasonChampagne aret pallbearers LodgeKnlgl MORRIS CHAIR AIR HEATER 1248TIME l handsome Has an casing highly polished swing and casing removable Warranted to night 631633635 637 639 4 St FWMASONICTHflATRE FOURTH AND CHE TNUT STREETS Commencing Next Monday November 14 One Week Only The Great and Original Irish Comedian JOSEPH MURPHYAfter the absence of many years and the first time in uisville at popular prices will present his two famous Irish plays The Kerry Gow 9 Shaun Rhue successful plays ever produced Mr Murphy has sur rounded himself havebeenMATINEES WEDNESDAY THURSDAY SATURDAY Grand Opening Festival TO BE GIVEN BY MACKIN COUNCIL Y M IL- At Their New Club House Twenty Slxth and Slevln Streets THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 17 18 AND 19 1904 Au excellent programme has been arranged for each evening Proceeds to be used in furnishing new home Admission Ten Cents and pertAaoun4ntEducates Young People Business Employment and Success Jt CALL on Von run INFORMATION NIIkMI lids MAIN axni AND fiulidng Business CollegeTREBT3 LOUIS llLEKY TRY M114 TAYLOR COALFreshly mined well screened O A and in this city daily Ip2 Ol per lOdd Jelllco 3 per load Pittsburgh 4h Pqol 300 per lotdi Pittsburgh 1st and Pool 325 per load JOSRDOUGHERTYHorn Phone 256 1416 WEST BROADWAY n TI 7TCAULIYS NEXT DOCKSTADERS MINSTRELS BUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY NOV 13 lUtlnioi Bandar Monday Wednesday Saturday A COPY OP NONE The Merry Maidens Headed bylolly Nellie Hanly And including the Worlds greatest gym the Plying Rathbons LEO F BROWN 809 WEST CHESTNUT STREET Real Estate Agent List your property with me You will get good returns with small charges Home Phone 3698 We do all kind ef printing Give tw a trail v fJ- IJ m TIGHT CASH OR A heater extra nickel foot rails top urn The is keep fire over W Market 4V L The most BNOS For Good WRITC 1Wo 7 CZf arrives 00 2J nasts job HOPKINSMarket Theater hit lit ftfr comfort and safety Week Commencing Sunday Matinee Nov 13 TWOS OWS DAILY JOLLY FANNY RICE Fas theTalking withCharles mans Carrie Scott comedy singer Spis nsppylack andtheEichhornKollros MILITARY BAND AND MIXED CHORUS FIRST CONCERT ftSunday Evening Nov 20 AT MASONIC THEATRE ADMISSION MCENTSIII Tickets will be on sale and seats reserved free at the Masonic Theatre boi MamlBeckerSwatcorneti aMrh mIM lITi Ye K xnsr t f t fa + r n t KENTUCKY iii8H AME OAN1 THE HENDERSON ROUTE Worlds Fair 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 operating Free Reclining Chair Cars on all through trains to St Louis Nos 41 and 44 are solid vestihuled trains composed of combination baggage and coach free reclining chaircar Pullman observation parlor car and diner meals a la carte Runs through solid Louisville to St Louis Nos 46 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 HII HIHHIH J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB t FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS Carrlaxea ETffTTJ7nTTf51 FurnIhed on 1531 W MARKET STREET SHE IS CRYING Because She Wonted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOf ON THE h In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Passenger Agent- C H ROCKWELL Traffic Manager W H McDOEL PresidIO and General Manager 1 FRflNK FEflR INCORPORATH1D BREWING 60 I Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE BTiT KATIE AGNES SMITHS Formerly of Gran W Smiths Sons LADY EMBALMER Washing and dressing ladies and chit dren a specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reasonable prices All calls answered promptly day or night Home phone 1677 Office 652 Fifth Street Both Phones 1180 Established 1863 JOHN B 1 RTTERMN Successor to Mrs George Ratterman FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALfllER Carriages furnished for all occasions AUcalls promptly attended to day or night 1119 W MARKET ST PIIIR M ANDRlOI SONS WAGON MINJIFACTIJRER6 Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST BIG FOUR THE BEST LINE T- OIndianapolis Peoria Chicago AND ALI POINTS rIN INDIANA and t MICHIGAN C Erg anJJ Buffalo NewYQrk Boston1 1 r ANDAL POINTS EAST Information cheerfully furnished on ppHeatkw at City Ticket Office Bi- XIic r BiMte 09 Poorth Aw or write to J tisftw Genl feat PuieliI Attt 41Cy II I TENTH ANNIVERSARY BALL OF THE LOUISVILLE PRINTING PRESSMENS UNION Xoocil loo 2r3 AT JLEBDERKRANZ HAUL Monday Nov 14 1904 mOKEJTS CSO CtW Beautiful souvenir given to each couple CB THOMPSON FIORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jeflerson Si Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed P T ARCHER Out Door and FlashlightPhotography PhotographyHome Room 44 Courier Journal Building AUGUST JOHN OETKEN BROS 1 NEW GROCERY Sixth and Kentucky Sts Fresh Meats Vegetables Fruits i and a full line of Fine Groceries GIVE US A TJZIAL DRINK flofiril 6- WhiSRlle BOTTLED BY HENRY C LAUER 407 IiMtJfHtt TNLNpMOf1euhee i BETTER THINGS Predicted For the Flourishing Catholic Womans Club Members and friends of the club will 1 be pleased to know that the excellent showing of all previous monthawas sur passed by that of October and the Bowl of Directors feel that the club is now in n prosperous condition and may look for better things in the future Though the expense account was un usually large last month the Treasurer showed a neat balance in bank with a good stock of merchandise on hand with which to begin November General sails faction with the dining room is expressed by its patrons and there was served dur lug the month 9702 paid lunches Fiftyfive new members and fortyelgbt renewals was the good work done by the Membership Committee which hopes to do much better between now and January and in this greats Catholic city with so many well wisbera of all good and wor thy undertakings they are sure to suc ceed A representative of the committee is always at the club house for convenience of any who wish to register for member shipMrs Kate Shelly Newman and Mrs T B Leahy were elected members of the Board of Directors at the board meeting last Monday afternoon to succeed Mrs Thomas Keenan and Mrs H Klapheke who resigned on account of home duties Of all the monthly socials held at the club house the one on last Thursday was the most successful The Library Committee extends thanks to Miss Tillie Dreisman and Charles H Uhrig for books they have kindly do nated Early Christmas shoppers are invited to inspectthe handsome handmade arti cles on sale in the exchange at very rea sonable prices Girls desiring situations have only to call upon Mrs Weidling of the employment bureau to secure just what they want TEN YEARS OLD Prlnilnji Pressmen Anniver sary Celebration at Licd crkranzi Hall Monday night at Liederltranz Hall the Louisville Printing Pressmens Union will hold its tenth anniversary celebra tion andjball aud the opinion seems universal that the affair will outshine anything given here this season The halj will be tastefully decorated and brilliantlwith lights and the proceedings of the evening will be conducted in hare monywith the highest ideals Under the careful management of Chairman Koertner and his fifteen assistants who have heretofore worked ably and well for everything connected with their union it Is intended to make their anni versaryta memorable one A large num ber of invitations have been issued and the gathering promises to be select as well as representative A splendid pro gramme has been arranged which I TheIsocial standing give s a reception so cordial and hearty that it will long remain a pleasant memory TRINITY COUNCIL The literary and musical entertainment to be given by Trinity Council next Wednesday night at the club house will draw a large audience as an excellent programme has been arranged Solos will be rendered by Misses Dolly Burns Bee Mullarkey Josephine Hoeitz and Messrs James Roche Albert Metzger and James McGill Recitations will be given by Louis Steurle and John J Flynn and an address by Edward J McDermott FATTIER ZABLER BETTER 0 The Rev Monsignor Zabler of St Martins church is home from Germany where he has been some time for his health which is greatly improved Upon his arrival his parishioners began arrange loga hearty welcome for him Yesterday the children met him in the school hall and tendered their greetings dud later their parents will give Father Zabler a rousing reception NONPAREILS THANKSGIVING The Thanksgiving dance to be given at the New Athletic Club by the Nonpareil Clnb promises to be among the most notable society events of the season There has been a generous response to the large number of invitations issued Special and new music will be introduced and the ball room will be elaborately de corated The Nonpariel is now the lead ing social club of Louisvill- eEDUCATION OF WOMEN The higher education of women is one of the maul subjects discussed freely at the present time and varying opinions are advanced regarding it Education will never prevent a women from performing well the duties of wifehood and motherhood if her lifework is in the home If it is not as is sometimes the case she will not properly fulfill that mission under any conditions To be a companion and helper for enlightened and intelligent American citizens a woman must be educated and it is only the men who are unable or unwilling to keep pace with her that want to see her held down to their leve- lEDUCATION Never before in all the history of the world was there a time when the call for educated men for trained men for men of brains and ability and balance was so belucreIUi of today who dour not educate his children ItotlMltilIfttextaatOlbJ shrilly U COB I idenning levala mediocrity the geoention to succeed bltti 00 tl rr Want t- oSAVE 5IOr more on acc I Topcoat c Heres your chancel Weve I just gotin from Hart Schaffner j Marx all they had left of this seasons Covert Topcoats handtailored goods with silk sleeve linings green tan andI brown shades made to sellat qIS and more Choice of theI lot for 10 LEVYSTHIRD IF YOUEXPECT EXPECTTO A PIANO IN THE NEXT YEAR IIf WILL BE THE HEIGHT OF EXTRAVAGANCENOT NOWOUR LOWER THAN THEY HAVE BEEN BEFORE IN MANY YEARS WE MANUFACTURE BOTH PIANOS AND ORGANS AND CAN SAVE YOU ONE PROFITrr WILL PAY YOU TO INVESTIGATE EASY TER S DrH BALDWIN CO 529531 FOURTH AYE BALDWIN ELLINGTON VALLEY GEM HOWARD and HAMILTON PIANOS HOLLYS PILE CURE Cures any and all kinds of piles Cure guaranteed or money refunded Mail orders receive prompt attention If your druggist has not got it order from Hollv Bros 2324 W Walnut St Louisville Ky RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Mrs Thomas Stanton mother of Thomas and Katie Stanton took place Monday morning from St Cecilias Born eightytwo years ago she was one of the oldest members of St Cecilias congregation where in other years she was prominent in church and sodal circles The news of the death of Edward Bruch son of Anton Brucb 1025 Third street spread a gloom over his wide cir rte of friends Tuesday morning He was in his eighteenth year and the hope of- his parents The funeral was held Thursday morning from the Church of the Immaculate Conception It was with feelings of sincere regret that the many friends and relatives learned of the death of Mrs Carolin- Shaughnessy which occurred Tuesday night at her home 1053 East St CAtbe rine street She was the beloved wife of Thomas Shaughnessy and was a young woman of pleasant disposition and many fine traits of character The funeral took place Thursday morning from St Johns church i Mrs Julia OBrien eightyfive years off age died Monday afternoon at the home of her son John OBrien 2M313ightetu- street t She was born in Ireland but came to America and lived in New York tini the death of her husband Michael OBrien twelve years ago when sh moved here to reside with her son After the funeral services the remains were takeato New Yorkand laid besidethose of her husband SIMPLE TOIL T WATER An easy way to often bard water delightfully is to throw an orange peel1l into it just before ttii water is rued I Thepeel will not only tjrove agreeable to the skin but will give out a fragrance I like that which follows the use of toll water t1I jobprintngCoil J o- I an I n LON MATEER Well Known Young Louisville Couple Married In Chicago Miss Virginia McAteer and Mr Charles R Long Jr of Louisville were married at the rectory of St Marys church Michigan avenue Chicago on Monday The marriage was a surprise to their I friends in Louisville though the brides mother was present at the ceremony Miss McAteer had been visiting in Chicago for a month with her mother and Mr Long only recently went there on business At present the happy couple at the Auditorium Annex in Chicago but will be at home at the Galt House after November 15 The bride is the charming daughter of Colonel and Mrs John McAteer She is a lovely young woman and Mr Long is fortunate in securing so beautiful a bride Mr Long is a son of Charles R Long President of the Louisville Water Company He is s prosperous young business man and is engaged in the man ufacture of paints and is also Secretary of the American Standard Asphalt Company COLOGNE CATHEDRAL A Sketch of the Wonderful Catholic Cathedral In Germany In the Dublin Freeman Mr P L Con nellan has been devoting attention to the Cathedral of Cologne and its statues He saysThe great church of Catholic Ger many is the Cathedral of Cologne When the city was in Its glory and its mer chants were distinguished for their wealth the foundation stone of the Cathedral was laid A century later a king of England raised money in Cologne for his wars with France In 1340 King Edward III pawned all his queens jewels even to her crown wrote the late Hungerford Pollen to raise money for his French wars from the merchants of Flanders He bad pawned this crown the year be fore at Cologne for 12500 till his subjects sent 30000 packs of wool up the Rhine to redeem it This furnishes an indication of the wealth of Cologne This grand Cathedral is of the early pointed style of architecture known as Gothic To the cloIster3 of the convent once belonging to the church fled the bruised spirit of a royal suffererthe victim of Richelieu the unfortunate and ambitious Mary de Medici It is the largest Gothic edifice in the world No one knows for certain who was the mar velous genius who designed it Popular fancy has in the form of legends settled this question to its own satisfaction and while one of these legends attributes the design to heavenly inspiration the other associates it with diabolical agency The Cathedral of Cologne was built to enshrine the remains of the three kings who led by the star which appeared in the East at the time of thebirth of Christ came to Bethlehem to adore the King of the Jews The two great towers that rise in the front of the building reach the enormous height of 525 feetthe same as the length of the Cathedral itself PLANTS IN THE HOME A man who knows something of plants and flowers gave this advice to a woman who complained that she could not raise any kind of a plant although she was always patronizing the florist and investing in ferns and palms Ill tell you what mav be the matter The plants you buy have only just been repotted or transplanted They look sturdy in the florists shop but if he were to keep them in the window a day or so they would droop and die too What they need is just darkness and coolness not heat and light Give them a chance in some cool dark place to sink their root into the soil and become accustomed to the new earth and the new pot Also try the plan of putting palms and ferns in the cellar once in awhileto give the a rest They need it just as much as we do at times1 BLANKETS Blankets can be beautifully washed iin cold water and borax although I know I am challenging the questioning wrath off many a housewife by saying cold instead of hot water But experienctf an in imitable and not to be evaded teacher Just try my way and see if it it not pre ferable to toiling over tubs ofsteam Use a tablespoonful of powdered borax to each pail of water Rub the blankets thoroughly using a little good soap on every soiled place Rinse well slut hang by the edge in the sun They are as soft as new when dry ENGLANDeAt a late meeting of the City Council of Manchester England it was an nounced that owing to the bard timesi and depression id the cotton industries between forty and fifty thousand people in the poorer parts of the city were on the verge of starvation Similar conditions prevail in London and other cities of the United Kingdom where thHH hardhest in many years for the poorer classes THE BOY eDont snub a boy because of his physi cal disability Milton was blind Dont snub a boy because he chooses a humble trade The author of Pilgrims Progress was a tinker Dont snub a boy because of his dull Bess in lessons Hogarth the celebrated painter and engraver was a stupid boy 1at his books II- i Dont snub a boy because of the gnor once of his parents Shakespeare the worlds poet was the son of a man Who nameI V eo Jlfe i n right nor Cbrittfan UP fad b l PABST BEER v 7 ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the agedI Sts DRINK Hofbrau Pilseni r Beer BREWED B- YSENNAcKERMAN BRErING COltIPANYINCORPORATED TELEPHONE 4B2 LOUXSVILLE xchCumb Phone Main 1913 Home Phone 1913 THE Geo WiedemannBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and 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sale every Sunday to Thursday Inclusive during October aud November good returning seven days- P E Carr City Passenger and Ticket Agent 234 Fourth avenue Louisville rone Depot Ticket Agent Seventh fc r Louisville C H Huuger t1kUleGB Mater u 7- n i SURPRISE SPECIAL SALE No 263 a MENS HIOH GRADE SUITS or quottt style and worktUDltsblp sale one week beginning today I IIOn ending next Friday clothing sold by us is made in our own well light ventilated factory Nothing but skilled UNION r IIAU employed every garment bears the UNION t and UNION SALESMEN to wait on you THE BIGONPREMILTON M M E 424 to 434 West SI between Fourth and Filth H1 1 1 I+H 1 +1 1 II 1 1 1 1 11 111HMHHHlI HHI 1 11111 1YOUR Holiday PresentsmowPick out something pay what ydu can and well hold it for you till Christmas FOR LADIES Rings Brooches Watches Chains Manicure and Toilet Sets FOR Scarf Pins Signet Rings Watches Chains and Lockets And everything new in the Jewelery line I Old Gold or Silver bought or taken in exchange I1 lWest 530 Market 11 1 1 1 1 H 1 BRUNNIHHHMMMII I 1 I I 1 1 MiHMMll West Market +H It It It It H It tt H MOTHERS BREAD Contains more of the wholesome qualities of the wheat than any bread on the market It Is scientifically made and FOR GOODNESS It Is good Save the Label and for too yet Like Mother a doll Used to Mike free tttttH HtInti I+1 I IiH iii1ItHSPECIAL FRESH 3 LBS Besides the GOOD QUALITY of it an package5oby evaporation a trial Special Tea at 45c a Pound MUULOTT ROASTER Home Phone 1313 if MAI I j r SrR ET1+H I I I I InI ItI InIl IIlit I H I I t I Int 1 t I I t t I I t l a8 t DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN i Douonerty KOOnan- UNDERTAKERS f f I f t ThirteenthI r All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Oar I riages Furnished for All Occasions D Dougherty Telephone 2915 ift VVgi CAMPBELLS Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge Scientific Practical Horse Shoeing called for and delivered Canine and Feline acticd a s IIt II CampbellOFFICE P S RAY s CO F11- 16Garriaosg- 230232f MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY 12 Market SELECT GENTLEMENFobs 530 HHHHH SAIIE beautiful DRYRO- ASTEDCOFFEE order I 14 IHI Homo CHAW and Horses W Phone COFFEE I r J J R O If t It It It t It t H t I It c t t I I Ube 6asre llbert Com an inooaonaieo tatloMtrs lliReprtstlllatfycs orf tiltt hAseeMI type BlaMk BQok riMtcrswrrttr for Itltt1KkytYftwrUeriMa I dcINatrst PiWer J0x- t JookStlltrs i11 rwiac1Mrtrs or ttbirb louhwllle i ii- n f n n n I s L wQNTUOKY riiAltIERIOAN 000000 000000eeLe BACON SONS hilt Shirt WaistsOur second floor is apparently alive with the novel and chic styles of the season The peculiarities of our styles are that they are commonsensical yet with enough distinct features to class them by themselves Every one is of a sterling quality meriting the consideration of those who wish to have style combined with service To quote prices like the following on wearables absolutely needed for the season is a credit to the seller and a wonderful gain to the purchaser otfon Sample Waists Albatross Waists Only 148 IOneThird a little by the manufacturers We had our eyes open when we purchased this num I not detract the least from their ber Its undoubtedly the best value that this great elegance It brings them to you at a store has been able to offer at this season of the year price The lot comprises flannel Waists are made with tucked front back and sleeves silk and albatross waists medium sizes mostly Were pearl button trimmed In the choice shades If we they put up in a fresh box no one could detect them priced them according to their value you would have to from being fresh direct from the maker pay 198 i h I nit For Flannel Waists A good quality of Flan Dl1 00 For Albatross Waists Ladles soft finish 1 3 I IT nel at that finished with small tucks and one tpliuO Albatross Waists all wool and easily sbeds quarter with side plaits hemstitching and piping all the lint front of waist is inserted with embroidery side seasonable and desirable colors represented in the lot we plaits to form yoke tucked back fancy stock all beauti compare them with any at 148 ful colorings an unusually good value t no For Flannel Waists made ofa fine twilled rtjo Taffeta Waists The sl1kis a ratherflUForP 1 I iuO Flannel soft and all wool the styles are too tJ I quality not generally in this an exact illustration every color that price waist fancy tucked front and back fancy stock will affordood contrast with your new skirt or suit colors are the pretty fall shades brown navy white pricedremarkably for its lowness champagne and black 0000 eee eee eeeeee ef IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges William Redmond M P is about tc visit Australia It has been decided that the natipna exhibition shall be opend on May 1 1907The revision in East Tyrone has resulted in a net gain of fifteen votes for the Nationalists The result of the revision for East Tyrone which has just concluded ha been highly satisfactory to theJNational istsThe National Trustees have sent a letter I thanking the United Irish League of America for the generous subscription of 5000The Estates Commissioners are inspecting the Claremorris estate the scene of the auction of the dark with a view to purchase Speaking in Coleraine the Attorney General John Atkinson described Lori Dunravens devolution scheme as an attempt to introduce home rule on the sly The Most Rev Dr Fennelly Archbishop of Cashel has handed the trees urer Most Rev Dr ODonuell Bishop of Raphoe a subscription of 50 to the Irish Parliamentary fund The Local Government Board have sanctioned the payment of the organizing teacher of the Kildare County Committee Gaelic League for teaching Irish to the children in Nass workhouse schools On Sunday night an old man namedj Daniel Magee who had attained the reo markable age of 104 years died at theE residence of his son Inlaw at Lower Broughshane about a couple of mite from Ballymena At a public meeting in Enniscorthy Surgeon General Evatt who has been asked to report on the poor law medicall service in Ireland said the bureaucratic management of Irish affairs by Castle govI ernment At the Waterford County Council a discussion took place on the reinstate ment of the evicted tenants Majo- Villiers Stuart said the evicted tenants were as a rule drunken or worthless Other members strongly resented this scandalous statement Michael Davitt writes to the Secretary of the Miltownmalbay Branch United Irish League in response to an invitation to become the Parliamentary candidate for West Clare stating that he has no in tention of again submitting to the penal servitude of Parliamentary life II Alderman OMara presided at the an nual general meeting of the Limerick Industrial Association at the Chamber of Commerce It was decided to register the association as a limited company A subcommittee was appointed to meet to consider the rules of the association The death of the Rev Thomas Markey of Moy County Tyrone has created uni versal regret Father Markey was noted for many good qualities and esteemed and respected among the people of th parish in which his lot was cast Th sad news was learned with the deepest regret by them At a meeting of the Irish Bishops at Maynooth the Rev Dr Thomas P Gil martin senior dean was appointed Vice President of the college and the newly established chair of sacred eloquence was filled by the appointment of Rev Dr Beecher of the diocese of Waterford Professors of dogmatic and moral theo logy were also appointed- At a special childrens service held in St Annes church Duugannou the les son was read by the Right Hon the Earl of Ranfurly from the Bible formerly used in the old Irish House of Commons The sacred volume which is handsomely bound and of large slteis dated 1732 and has been in the possession of the JUnfurly family for somej time After R term of retirement from public- life William OBrien M P reentered phe arena last week He met with an nthjMlMtic reception in Cork the electors of which made him their Parliament ary repreMnUtjve dtppit Ida moat earn Mt enlrwtiw not toMIOTbet he i a popular mar in the Booth titers is no 01- ti I IRISHH SOCIETYD1RECTOR A O IT DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues a day Evenings of Bach Month TynanViceDoughertyRecording JrFinancial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank street TreasurerThomas F Walsh DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice President John J Sullivan Recording SecretaryEdward J Kei ranFinancial Secretary John T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on tLe First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month QuinnViceRecording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Financial Secretary William Burns 807 Twentythird street TreasurerGeorge J Butler Sergeant Pat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording SecretaryThos Callahan McGinngReillyTreasurer DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Plans Hall County PresidentJohn Kenney MurphyPresidentRobert Vice PresidentDaniel Gill Recording SecretaryJ G Cole Financial Secretary Thos Ollern TreasurerMartin Gos- sSentinelAlphonse Constantine Sergeant at rmsMichael Noon Y 3UC I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House b30TwentysixthStreet- r President James Shelley First Vice President Wm P Shaugh nessySecond HerpRecordingFinancial SecretaryDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia street Corresponding SecretarYFrank P DarksTreasurerPrank MurphyMarshalGeorge Inside SentinelFrank Lanahan Outside SentinelJohn Schaefer TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets Every Monday Evening at the Club House 718 East Gray Street CooneyFirstSecond Vice President Joseph F Bell Recording SecretaryEmil E Mouth I Corresponding SecretaryArthur C LauerFinancial SecretaryRobert G Goe bel TreasurerWilliam N Gast MarshalM F Morris Inside SentinelJacob Pfalzer Ziegleregainsaying No wonder that it should be sofor his services and sacrifices on behalf of his native land are innumer I able His long and exhaustive address to the people of Cork however bodes no good for the national cause He at tacked the Irish party and its policy He declared he would be no party to faction yet his arraignment of the policy representatives anything but dissension FATHER KELLY HOME P Rev John B Kelly recto of Holy Trinity church in New Albany has reo turned home and Is actively attending toIj Iis his duties Father Kelly has sot been health for some timer oncmmore and two went to Northern Michigan he went to Mt Clemens am then to Canada In the latter place lie improved Para tint this summer e was seriously ill but his pluck pull diuim through and now he sin fair JiMlJL rather Kellys friends In New Al r of all deuoniMiopst arc glidt tiebeckagaiaI ua HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WcekOeneral- News Notes Thomas Kennedy one of the old guard was present and made a good talk forth e good of Division 3 and the order Monday nightThe tadirs Auxiliary of Duluth held a reception Wednesday night when they held their first meeting in the new Cathe dral Hall Richard Murphy and Michael Dugan of Division 3 who have been sick are reported making progress toward com plete recovery Officers and members of Division 3 feel proud of their degree team which was highly complimented for the excel lence of its work- Nominations for all the divisions are now in order Division 3 will be the first to name its candidates President Quinn wants all present at the next meeting The attendance at the meeting of Divi lion 3 Monday night was above the aver age and was interesting from start to finish The question of consolidation was brought up and defeated Among those who take interest in Hibernian affairs none are more zealous than John Morris of Division 3 His friends want him to run for one of the offices which would be equivalent to an electionMembers of Division 2 have arranged for a pleasant evening for those who attend their euchre next Friday night The prizes to be awarded are many and handsome After the games there will be an hour devoted to vocal and instru mental music Owing to the excitement and interest in the election only a small number of members came to attend the meeting of Division I on Tuesday night After pay Ing their dues to Secretary Keenan they left to hear the returns and therefore no business was transacted Next Wednesday the Ladies Auxiliary hold their regular monthly business meeting Miss Cavanaugh the Presi dent and Miss Ella OConnell the Secretary will have some important nformation for the members and the young ladies of the Emerald Club promise a report that will awaken interest and lead to a series of winter socials The euchre given by Division 4 at Hibernia Hall was a decided social sue css There was a splendid gathering of men and women and the games were warmly contested as the prizes were numerous and valuable Next Friday night the players and their friends will be the guests of Division 2 which has Invited all Hibernians to what they say will be the banner card party of the sea son CASINO DRAMATIC CLUB Tomorrow evening at St Martins Hall on Shelby street the Casino Dramatic Cub will give its first performance of the season This club has now been in exist ence for seventeep years and has always drawn large crowds to every perform ance Some of the original members of the cast will take part in the performance of Sunday evening During the past I year the Casino Club has reproduced many plays that have been seen on the professional stage and the performances have always been very good The one to be rendered Sunday evening will be Forced to the War a thrilling melo drama in which some of the incidents the late civil war Are described ofII parts are in available bauds and the formance will undoubtedly prove a great j success Miss Mayme Ernst and Martin Roth will take the leading parts Rev Berreshelm is stage manager and George Hellentbal assistant Louis F Steurle a well known young man of the East End and a promising young lawyerII the President of the club Frank Vice President B Mueller EllingII and A Redelbegger Treasurer- MACAULEYS j fDockstaders minstrels are announced as next weeks attraction at Macauleys Theater The company is a strong one IhouI show appear UDo 550 c r y I BE SURE TO CALL FOR I i McKENNA I WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE tm H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Hy =woo H It t It t It It t It t t It It It It H t It It t tit t tt It tt BURNr RENDER COAL1 Specially prepared for family use and for sale only b- yIronCentral Coal CoL Incorporated Yards Brook and Washington and 1ISIh and Delaware 216 FOURTH AVENUE sOTS PHONES 1CB5T I I t t t t t t t t t t + + t + t t tt i+ lie cnkl RoTers BOOK GO JPRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES W TO SUIT EVERY TASTE jMiJa thefinest A- a BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES fOF EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 we Jefferson Street t 818 GEHER SON 1 217 Market St near 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