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I J Iic t i i ft1 1 Ii T- t f 11 AMERICANo a lr VOLUME XLNO 21 LOUISVILLE SATtlRDAY NOVEMBER 19Jl904 PRICE FIVE CENTS I MUCH GOOD ton65 Expected DI From tbo r Visit of William M NFogarty r Supreme Presidents Cheering Words to Young Mon 8 Institute Large and Enthusiastic Joint Meeting Held In Trin ity Hall VISITORS THERE FROM OTHER CITIES 1 The consensus of opinion in Y M I circles is that the visit of Supreme Presi dent William M Fogarty to Louisville will result in an awakened interest and much good for that order His modest and unassuming manner coupled with his recognized ability and foresight was apparent to all within a few hours after hls arrival and it was the unanimous expression that the delegates to the Colorado Springs convention had selected the right man for their chief executive The announcement of the coming of Supreme President Fogarty in these columns sufficed to bring out per haps the largest gathering of members of the Young Mens Institute that ever assembled in Trinity Hall Upon his arrival here the distinguished visitor was met by Emmet Slattery Harry Colgan and William M Higgins who escorted him to Trinity Council Hall where a joint meeting of the three Louisville a councils was held in his honor There was a great outburst of applause when the above named gentlemen and the Joint Committee appeared with President l Fogarty Supreme Director John Barry Grand President James Kelly Grand Secretary John Shannon of Lexington Dr M Casey of Carrollton and Con McBarron who is frequently mentioned for Grand Secretary of the Indiana juris diction who were given seats on the stagePresident Cooney of Trinity Council occupied the chair and in a happy manner introduced the Supreme President nAllljter speakere PFaaideat ttO i h gatty makes no effort atflights of oratory I speaks forcefully and his words leave ifitheirimpress upon the minds of his hcarII ers Calm but deliberate he declaredk himself one of the humblest members of I the organization whose democracy allII must recognize and membership in which In itself an honor He wanted to meet the members here and hear their prayer and kind words and was glad to know that this Catholic spirit exists every where The speaker reviewed the work of the last Supreme Council and the newII ritual now almost ready for distribution i among the councils There was now he said the possibility of a council of the Young Mens Institute in almost every parish the result of a better understand ing of the spirit that permeates the Young dens Institute This organiza tion is striving to make its members bet ter Catholics and they should not forget the brotherhood and the bonds of loveI that the church teaches James B Kelly of Louisville and John Shannon of Lexington spoke for the Kentucky Grand Council which has taken on new life and realizes there is no such thing as rest They urged allcoun cils to emulate Mackin and to be ever ready to assist all worthy undertakings A and that like Barry Council which now has the choice of men in Lexington the name of every man eligible to membership be at once presented to the different councilsThe Father OGrady Chaplain of Trinity Council was greeted with hearty applause when he declared himself impressed with what he had heard He made a feeling reference to the late Archbishop Elder who years ago bestowed his blessing on the Young Mens Institute Then dwelling on the t charity industry and the attractions to be found in the Y M I he said they should all doll their bats to Mackin Council which had set an example that any society of Catholic men might well N followSupreme Director Barry of New lIaveilaud Supreme Delegate Harry Colgan wertrhappy in their remarks and Will OConnor the young lawyer made a speech that kept his bearers convulsed j with laughter James Shelley President of Mackin received an ovation After inviting the Supreme and Grand visitors and the audience to be with Mackin on the three last nights of this week he paid an elo quest tribute to its members whose good works would fill a volume He also referred to Judge Matt ODoherty as a friend of the order and the mention of his name was the signal fOr another grent outburst of applause Hon Samuel J Boldrick praised SatolliI Council and the Supreme and Grand ofS cers for their untiring zeal and the good n work accomplished He reviewed the early Catholic history of Kentucky mak ing feeling allusion to Father Sadie Mother Catherine and Bishop Spalding and other pioneers of the faith Others who made short but appropriate talks were Frank Yldams T J Gervey Will fOCoHaor CtoreHce took John Grotty Md tbe rpr+wi tivd of the JCNituck Jri fa American o Allln llvtb nmttog u u t I 4 was more than a success and gave the Joint Committee much encouragement President Fogarty left for his home yesterday afternoon highly pleased with his first visit to the Kentucky Y M I I WRONG RIGHTED I President Roosevelt Takss Prompt Action In Ari zona Outrage President Roosevelt took prompt ac tion in righting a grievous wrong and outrage committed against Sisters of Charity and Catholic orphan children by certain people at Clifton and Morend in Arizona Territory A few weeks ago three Sisters of Charity and four nurses took forty orphan children to these two towns to be placed in reputable Mexican families previously selected by the priest of the district The Sisters were driven from their hotels and threatenedwith lynching by the bigots of the towns of Clifton and Morenci The children who came from the New York Foundling Hospital were taken away from the Sisters and placed in American families Some of them were given to disreputable people When the Sisters returned to New York they complained to the Presi dent who directed the United States District Attorney of Arizona to at once take out warrants against the persons who had taken the children from the Sisters and to restore them to their proper charges The United States District Attorney and the Territorial Governcr of Arizona acting under orders of the Presi dent very promptly set aside the work of the mob ARCHBISHOPS WILL Prelate Who Handled Millions- of Dollars Only Leif An Estate of 400 The last will of the Most Rev William Henry Elder Archbishop of Cincinnati which was probated in the County Court at Cincinnati last Saturday disposed of an estate valued at about 1400 The will written in the Archbishops own hand illustrates the saintly character of the man The first paragraph is as follows 4I declare now that I hope to die in the faith of the Holy Catholic church fn loving obedience to our Holy Father the Vicar of the Lordin entire charity with el it eBg forRiging all injgrii if- anychave btn done BttB ifereblf ging pardon for all offenses that I have ever given to ady one as also for all my negligences and all bad examples which I have ever given by deeds or words or by my many omissions which I ought to have done for all of which I throw myself on the infinite mercy of God through the precious blood of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and the intercession of the Blessed Mother of God and of all the saintsThe will being dated before the appointment 1 of Bishop Moeller as Coadjutor Archbishop with right of succession the property held in trust by the testator for church and educational purposes was be queathed to Bishop McCloskey of Louisville 1 Bishop Maes of Covington tndC Bishop Byrne of Nashville to hold until his successor was canonically installed As Bishop Moellers appointment obviated 1 this necessity a codicilrevoked that clause and bequeathed the property I tohimThe library of Rev Dr Pablsb he said was not his personalty but WaJtt held in trust by him for Mt St Marys Seminary of the West to which it is bequeathed j His executors are to distribute 1200 to prints of needy missions of theII diocese for masses for the repose of his soul They are also to distribute 1100 toII needy poor Having advanced a fewII hundred dollars to his nephew johnS Elder and wife to assist purchasing a farm near De Soto Mo and they having been unable to repay it all the interest of the testator in the propertyjis given to them for life with the remainder to William H Elder of Arkansas All the residue of the estate goes to the executors absolutely Archbishop Moeller Rev John B Murray Rev John M Mackey Rev John Schoenhoft and Rev F X Dutton were named as executors BEAUTIFUL LIFE CLOSED The death of Miss Katherine Dixon daughter of Patrick Dixon one of th best known and most beloved girls iin feffersonville cast a deep gloom over her wide circle of friends and admirers For years Miss Dixon had been a prominent t and active member of the Young Ladies I Sodality of St Augustines church andI was also a conspicuous figure in all doings of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in that city It was her who took the lead ing role at the last St Patricks day entertainment of the Jeffersonville divis- Ion and the debt of gratitude and appre ciation felt for hr was shown by the beautiful floral design placed on her casket by that body Miss Dixon was noted for her kindness of heart and her willingness to assist in any way tboeei worthy of the benefit of her influence By her death her parents ustalned the lose of a beloved daughter the Hiber nian Dramatic Club a moat valued memoI ber and the whole community re spected friend Rev Father OConnsll1Il of St Augustines officiated at the funeral and her remains were tenderly borne tothelr leaf retting place by MMWS J Michael BreeD Alfonso Couttantlne George Klramck 3jjtua OHeruIt yin t Tracy and JM Coy all men hers of the HlbeciB fcitic Club IJ t I SUPREME PRESIDENT OF YOUNG MENS INSTITUTE SxS Sx434 x lit FAILING HEALTH HRS Affected the Mind of the Marquise des 1lon tiers MorluTllIo iae bWy weudoli Caldwell and a Native of BlueslSt grass State Separates From Her French Husband and Lcavesa the Ohurch1c WAS LONG ILL IN NEW YORK CITY I The daily papers published a cable dispatch from Rome during the week to the effect that the Marquise de Merinville who was Miss Mary Gwendolin Caldwell has renounced the Catholic faith The published statement was given out by herfI husband the Marquis de Merinville who chastimeThe publication has an interest for Catholics generally and for Kentucky Catholics especially first because of Miss Caldwells generosity to the church In former years and secondly because she is a Kentuckian When the Marquise was last in New York she was regarded as eccentric to say the least She would see no one at her hotel but her servants and physicians and Jt was reported that she had become almost blind and deaf It is charitable to suppose that if she gave out the statement attributed to her by her husband that her mind has become impaired and that she is more deserving of prayer than of criticism Miss Mary Gweudolin Caldwell now the Marquise is the daughter of William Shakespeare Caldwell deceasedand Miss Breckinridge The elder Caldwells were converted to the Catholic faith while on their wedding trip to Rome from Louisville Mr Caldwell who was a millionaire founded Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital naming it after htaI Caldwelledonated 300000 toward the foundation of the Catholic University in Washington City She had always been a very devout Catholic Bishop John Lancaster Spuld lug was one of her guardians and true 1 I tees being an intimate friend of her father Miss Caldwell Spent muchof her time in Europe during her girlhood days and there married the Marquis de Merinville about eight years ago Their married life proved unhappy and she left him She is now about forty years of age- WtllIam Shakespeare Caldwell anti his wife are buried in St Louis cemetery in this city Miss Mary Caldwell several years ago gave Col M Muldoon an order to prepare plus for the building of a 50000 monument consisting of a chapel and mausoleum over the grave of her 1 parents but she sever carried put the design The Marquise owns valuable real estate Iia Louisville and iin New York City aJKilis still very wealthy Bishop Spalding who is in Washington City says be known nothing of thee rranndatioa of her faith by the Mir qtttee sari further than that declinedi to discuss the subjet 1 taliiyCaUlolI U lrtrwler 1 C FATHER = FLOOD fIht 0 Noted DomlnicanJPrlcst Com ing to StJLouis Ber trJn is t J 1 A New York telegram announces that Rev Father Flood Sprmerlly of the Church of St Catieriwepf Sienna oil West S xty Btnth5rffillas 4etnswl by his superiors to the Church of Louis Bertrand this city The Rev Father Martin who left Louisville about six months ago succeeds Father Floods Prior of St Catherines Father Flood who is among the most eloquent noted of the Dominican missionaries was much beloved in the parish he is and has done some excellent work and the New York papers say there is great regret at his being ordered to assume a new charge RISING YOUNG MAN Patrick G Callahan whose likeness appears below is a well known local boy who for the past three years has been lo cated at Johnson City Tenn represent- Ing the Jos McWilllatas Company of this city Mr Callahan made many during his stay there the Demo of that city urging him to be their candidate for Mayor at the last election but his love for his native home caused him to decline the honor Mr Callahan is a son of Mrs Mary Callahan of 314 Brandeis avenue and is a brother In law of Roger McGratb the genial and popu lar Secretary of the Board of Public Works II PLANS FOR CHURCH Rev Father Hlldebrand the energetic and zealous pastor of St Marys of the Knobs near New Albany was in this city the first of the week with a view to arranging for securing plans for the new church edifice he contemplates building to replace the one now in use which ia not adequate to the needs of the Catho tics of that section Father Hlldebrand l hopes to be able to begin the work nextt spring and when completed he says the new St Marys will be a model far others to copy GOOD SELECTION Ceanty Clerk William J Semonln bati been eJeetedaDlreetoraftheMewebeys Home Mr Sempnia great favoritee with the little felloWs and can be orgoeiMryf r that worthy ioftitMU S AUSPICIOUS Opening of Mackin Councils New Club House Thurs i day Nightar r ttJiFi I fktm Jirskdent Judge ODohorty and E McDermott Thousands of Citizens Inspect Beautiful and Handsome Furnishings THE GRAND PRIZE DRAWING TONIGHT I Mackin Council Y M L threw open to the public the doors of its new and handsome club house on Twentysixth street Thursday night The scenes that followed during the evening were ani mated and brilliant and will not soon be forgotten For three hours people came and went and it is estimated that at least 3000 persons attended the opening The new house is a threestory brick building and with its furnishings is valued at over 20000 It is indeed one of the finest I Catholic society club houses in the coun try and will stand a monument to the Catholic young men of the Wet End for I long generations after they have been I called from this life Starting outnot many years ago with a small but determined f band the members and officers of Mackin t Council leave labored earnestly until today their efforts are rewarded by a home which would be a credit to any American city Provided with all modem conveniences with a large audito rium parlors library billiard and read I ing rooms gymnasium and bath rooms here the members and their friends willcc find that which goes to ennoble and ed j ucate the young men of our city What better monument than this could Mackin i Council erect Here the youth will be taught the love of God and country that makes better Christians and citizens AudI when the fact becomes known that its membership of 300 is made up almost entirely of young workingmen the credit given them wilt be much greater President James Shelley presided at the opening exercises and delivered the address of welcome to the festival and I bazar which will close tonight During hisI brief remarks kind allusion was made toI Unity Council of New Albany and trin ity and Satolli Councils of this city an l when he presented William M Fogarty oft Indianapolis Supreme President of the Young Mens Institute there was an outburst of applause that waa loud and long continued Equally generous was the applause that greeted Judge Matt ODoh arty and Hon Edward J McDermott President Fogarty congratulated Mackin Council and her gallant Captains upon their achievements and wished them all1 Godspeed in their new and beautiful1I home It pleased him to see the young ladies and the children present which in dicated that the homes of the members were what they should be The fame 6f Itackln Council he said war not con fined to Louisville or Kentucky butf ex tended throughout all the States of our beloved country and would now eta udof liUever Clio Irg stdfaati the motto CS the order Pro Deo Pro Patria For God For Country there was a great future and work still before the Young Mens Institute and that was the uplift ing of the young men and making them better citizens Only a look around was necessary to convince any one that the community was being benefited by Mackin and the other councils upon whom he asked God to shower His choir est blessings Judge ODoherty and Mr McDermott rematkrandhadter But both made stirring appeals to the young men before them to strive to become the flower of American man hood and the bulwark upon which theII future of our government and free insti tutions could safely rest They urged the young men to be true to the principles of their order thus avoiding the follies that lead to unhappiness and destruction In this greatest of all republics there was Opt portunity for every man and we are only what we make ourselves Live honest and virtuous lives and treat your neigh bor right and the respect and confidence of the community is certain to follow It was a grand thing for the West End thattt Mackin Council had the enterprise andII business acumen to erect such a buildingII where young t men could assemble forII material and spiritual improvement andC cast an Influence for good throughout the community This was a work that de served commendation and both expressed I the hope that Mackin Council would receive I that substantial encouragement toII which it was entitled The two speakers I were given the closest attention the senII timents they uttered being of that loftyII and patriotic character that leaves a lasting I impression Perhaps their most eloiutterances those which Iiquent were re ferred to women and the home wherein after all lay the safety of human kind The Kentucky Irish American regrets that both lack of time and space precludes the publication of the masterly and apt propriate addresses delivered f President Shelley announced that theI bazar and festival would continue untUII Saturday night when the prize drawing would take place and assured all whoII would visit the club house a hearty weltI come He also invited those present andC their friends to the first dance to be I given in the new hall on Thanksgiving eve This concluded the formal exer rises and the big audience separated toII Inspect the rooms and furnishings andII to part with some of their smell I change where Andy Kant mtscbaduct I ing the wheel of fortune or la1purchases of some jBfXtb ai ay Usefulf afld lyaiids- seaseaartide j tksLAwer r atlliigtrvf salel o IRISH SINGERS COMING t I Celebrated Female Choir of t Dublin Will Visit Us c Next YearII t The Irish ladies choir of Dublin oneI of the crack musical organizations of Europe will make a short tour of theI United States and Canada in the autumn of 1905 Two years ago this choir was founded by Mme CosslettHeller a cele brated Welsh soprano who became attracted by the beauty of the voices of the young Irish girls whom she met Choral I singing is an important part of Welsh social life and Mme Heller brought over to Dublin the best ideas and traditions of the Eisteddod Beginning with her pu pUs she formed the nucleus of a singing club Rare voices were brought into the organization from time to time until Iti numbered nearly a half hundred An Irish national choir was the object in the mind of the promoter and with this idea in view the old melodies were arranged for female ycices and made prominent- on the concert programme of the choir Some of them were sung in Gaelic At the Dublin Fels Ceoil of 1003 the choir carried off the first prize for choral work and since then has been the winner in every competition in Ireland England and Wales where it has been entered For the American tour thirty of the best voices have been selected Every singer in the company will beta soloist of reputation and a prize winner in mus- Ical contests Several prominent artists will accompany the choir one of whom is the founder Mme CosslettHeller Miss Madeleine Macken the eminent soprano Miss Ether Corless the only concert performer on the Irish harp and Sophie Allen pianist will also be heard here in connection with the choir The first concert will probably be in Ne York City and it is hoped that Loui- ville wilt be among the cities they will I visit DINNER FOR FRIENDS Officer John Holden one of the mos connecteddpolice department been enjoying his ten days vacation The jolly policeman spent the past week on a bunting trip being very successfull rln bis quest of game He returned home yesterday end this evening will enter tain a number of his friends at a game dinner at his residence a COMPLIMENTARY Oa the suggestion of the Kentucky Irish American Mr George Kenney press representative of the Joseph Mur skip boiupanyk which doses a weeks engegeiaene at the Masonic Theater this evening a groat many of the local clergy end pmainwt Hibernians were gives complimentary stets to the performance Kerry GOw and Shaun Rhue the Irish plays which Mn Murphy h- of wed faiMKM REFUSED rF Injunction Against the Supreme Council of Catholic Knights of America State President Hoomdrs Appeal to the Members of the Order The Ventral Committee Meets and Hears Some Alarm Ing Reports BRANCHES WITHDRAW DELEGATES The injunction prayed for in the Ken tucky courts to restrain the Supreme officers of the Catholic Knights of Amer ica from the collection of assessments in accordance with the rates to go into effect on November 1 was dismissed last JudgeThurmanpeared to cause a feeling of relief and- othe prevailing opinion seemed to be that the court proceedings were now at an endand that the older members would come forward and take their choice of the options offered and remain in the order State President Henry Hoemer has issued a circular letter to all thebranched appealing to members to remain loyal The letter of the President is as fol1owsl Please take notice that the injunction suit by which several members of Branch 47 Lebanon Ky sought to enjoin the Supreme officers of the Catholic Knights of America from putting into effect the new assessment rates has this day been decided by Judge Thurman in favor of the C K of A The injunction has been akkderedperState0 1904 authorizing the State President to institute suit to enjoin the BiipirwiS officers of the C of L rjintoprovided tiat itDree fwa ef lj e branches iajKektBcky s prove otAtWfillszof wctiwttHtfl fewiehei fin xea- tuckrree regaeetedb eirfiaiasliileitth express their approval or disapproval thereof Of the thirtysix branches in the State fourteen approved eleven dis approved and ten either did not commit themselves or failed to reply Since twentyseven branches necessary for approval did not approve the State Presi dent has not been authorized to file such suit This unpleasant matter now being disposed of for the best interests of the order as we believe it now be hooves you and all of us to step loyally to the front and assist us 10 every way possible to increase our membership in Kentucky New members are already coming in in other States Why shall Kentucky the cradle of our order lag behind Let us all work hand in hand and show to the order at large that loy alty to our banner is exceeded nowhere All branches will now serve their own interests best if they make proper and prompt remittance for assessments now due and payable Not one Kentucky branch should permit itself to become suspended for nonpayment and thus endanger the payment of claims to any of its members that might happen to die during such suspension Last Friday night only ten of the seventeen branches of the Catholic Knights were represented at the regular monthly meeting of the Central Commit tee though all the officers were present Neither the Executive nor any of the other committees had any reports to make but the call of branches showed quite an alarming number of suspensions and withdrawals though several had later changed their minds and been reinstated Secretary Martin read letters of withdrawal of their delegates from Branches 4 and 25 but action was de erred until the next meeting During the evening there was an earnest but Friendly discussion of the situation of thei order in which all hoped for a satisfac tory solution of the assesment problem S President Newton G Rogers explained the action of the court and called atten officersw Hesurged the delegates to vote only for such men as would serve the Catholic Knights with ability and fidelity leaving out at this time all other considerations What the next steps of those Wanting beendprobableIthey Appeals The returns on this months indicatelmembership ENJOYED THE MUSICALE A large and appreciative audience en joyed the musicale and literary entertain ment given by Trinity Council Y M L at its hall Wednesday night Emmet Slattery presided and introduced the Hon Edward J McDermott who de livered the most eloquent and finishei speech eve heard in Trinity Hall Tld musical and other numbers were excel lently rendered by Messrs James Roche and James McGill Miser Bee Mullarkej sari Josephine Hocrtt Albert Hetsg eeitatioirl WBVBl ed the 600 peopleprMeat r PpnxX 1 l1tlC KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflN II tllfllt IM Bveted to the Morel and Social Advancement of all IrlsH Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5c 4 s Entered at tho Lontsvtlle PostoHlce as SecondClass Matter Adduiaall Comtnanlcatlonstothe KENTUCKY IRISH UERICAN326 West Orecn Street TRADES LAKEH LOUISVILLE Ky SATURDAY NOVEMBER 19 1904 TAXATIONEX In an interview City Assessor Murphy says there ia much uncertainty about the total valuation of real and personal property in thisII city this year on account of recent decisions of the Kentucky Court of t Appeals exempting certain prop- ertY from taxation The court recently held that one of the veryII manufactories in Louisvillelargest forII which has been in operation nearly twenty years was exempt from city taxes under the law which gives new manufactories five years exemption This large fac tory reorganized and claimed it and was entitledfactorywas a new I under the lawIto the exemption This contention was resisted by the City Assessor but the highest court in the State decided that the t It ismanufactory was exempt possible that all manufactories in the city by reorganizing could claim and receive exemption- t Again in another case the Court of t Appeals held that the Louisville School of Pharmacy is exempt from taxation under its charter bassinstitutiongAll of the property left by Capt Dan Parr for the founding of an old womens home and all the bequests left by Capt Norton to the Baptist church are also exempt as is the property left by Mr OLeary to furnish a home for aged Catholic men If this thing keeps on the Assessor says there will be little j real estate left to tax for municipal purposes The Mayor and General Council evidently did a wise thing when they refused to pass an ordinance allowing merchants and manufac turers to pay a license tax in lieu of an ad valorem tax As the Kentucky Irish American pointed out at the time the matter was dis cussed the merchants and manu facturers would naturally be tempted to make small returns of property and the burden of tax ation would have fallen on the small property holder The manufacturers were given five years exemption in order to encourage new industries Now some of them are taking advantage of the citys generosity by reorgan izing every five years and escaping taxation entirely Manifestly thisi is unfair and if it continues the people will demand that the Legislature repeal the law TWO BRIGHT SPOTS The recent election was not wholly without bright spots for Democrats and wage earners It is gratifying to knew that Gov Peabody was defeated in Colorado and Ajdt Gen Bell who deported hundreds of miners from that State without warrant of law has an nounced that he will move to Mex ico Peabody ought to move to Mexico too While some of the miners may have been guilty of unlawful acts Peabody in deporting men out of the State and doing other acts of violence set an example of lawlessness that was f utterly indefensible It is a won der that any lawabiding man voted for Peabody though the New York Sun says his defeat is the protest of the lawless against the law In Massachusetts the home of the Yankee aristocracy William L 11 Douglas who rose from the cob blers beach to be one of the great est shoe manufacturers iu the orldwas elected Governor though Roowvelt carried the State by over 100000 majority Mr- rouBlaaIal a friend of the laboring ban Tile employes in hiej factory Scludinf boys receive an ayer+ Q age wage of r4 a week compared with 9 a week paid in Massachusetts industries generally Mr Douglas is democratic in his ways as well as in politics He wants all his employes on an equal footing and has a pleasant word for all of them All of the other State offi cers elected in Massachusetts are Republicans Union labor men have reason to feel good over these two bright spots ode in Massachusetts and the other in Colorado SEEM TO EXCEL A New York public school inspector writes a long letter to the New York Sun giving his views about parochial schools and com pares them with the public schools He says he has been an inspector for twenty years and his judgment ought to be good His article in the Sun is over a column in length and is very complimentary to the parochial schools of New York City He says in part Do these parochial schools turn out better educated children than those from the public schools Last summer whit 75 per cent of the graduates of the paro chial schools who presented themselves at the examination for entrance into the normal college were admitted and many with honor only 25 per cent of UK graduates of the public schools were suc cessful This summer the Catholic pet centage was higher In all the parochial schools I visited I was invited to examine the classes in any subject contained it the curriculum Very few were below the standard while the Jarge majority were surperior to the public schools I know some public schools that can not be excelled by the best of the parochiall schools for the reason that the principalr steal time from the frills and fads to give their pupils thorough instruction itI the essentials For doing this they art liable to charges should the District Su perintendent find it out and report the conscientious if delinquent principal to the Board of Associated Superintendents whom Mayor McClellan has styled tbe masters of the Board of Education In the essentialspenmanship language grammar reading arithmetic history and geography the parochiali schools seem to me to excel They excel1 in drawing The reason for the superior ity of the parochial schools in tbese reo spects is simple At the end of a school1 term one half year no child is promoted to a higher grade unless the childI has a mastery of the subjects taught it the grade in which he or she has beet studying for that term In the public schools the aim is to get results in th = shape of statistics Fit or unfit the chili1 is pushed into a higher grade In the Catholic schools a backward1 child is kept another term or if necessary a whole year in the same grade= until fit for promotion In the public schools forty minutes is wasted each day in the first year ou physiology hygiene and organized games for six or seven year old children and thirtythree min utes for grades of the following years In the parochial schools all through the course calisthenics are given at intervals to relieve the possible monotony of study but no time is lost in taking children tc the yard to play organized games such as are ordered by the Board of Superin tendents of the public schools Play isI as natural as eating and drinking and1 the parochial schools are not instructed bow to get exercise out of fun As a rule the parochial school pupils are better spellers and have a clearer idea of the meaning of the words than the average public school child The parochial school children are fairly well acquainted with the geography of the world so necessary in these days when the newspapers give such ample space to the current history of nations They are well grounded in the history of their own country with a good idea of the history of foreign countries while their writing and arithmetic deserve the highest praise The drawing taught in the parish schools is mainly mechanical and is coordinated with geometry The parish school graduate can sing music from sight special1 teachers are engaged for this work and1 knows enough of its technicalities for allI ordinary purposes From the first grade to the highest the pirla have lessons in sewing but there is no effort to turn outt finished dressmakers This coming from a school in spector of twenty years experiences indeed complimentary to the parochial schools A few years ago such an article voukl have created It wnsation if published in a daily newspaper Of courSe the New York parochial schools may be bet ter than thoee in the West and South for they are older but thei public schools are also older and better Take the country over the parochial schools compare favor ably with the public schools in all of the cities and as far as impart ing useful information is concerned they are the superior There are few fads in the parochial schools The members of the Young Mens Institute in Louisville gave I their Supreme President William M Fogarty of Indianapolis an en thusiastic reception upon the occasion of his visit to the city dur ing this week William Fogarty is a type of what the Catholic young man should be and all the honors bestowed upon him were deserved President Roosevelt announces that John Hay will be his Secretary of State for the next four years This announcement will be pleasing newsin Great Britian Won der what the Boston Pilot and Irish World think of it- AMASSED FORTUNE William Lynch Retiring From the Retail Dry Goods Trade After an active and successful career of thirtysix years in the dry goods business William Lynch the well known Market street merchant has decided to dispose of his stock of goods and retire IronI business to spend the rest of his days with his charming wife in ease and affluence There are few men better known to the trade than William Lynch and by all he has been respected for his integrity and honorable dealing He first engaged in the dry goods busines- in Ireland Coming to this country andi locating in Louisville when a youngt man it was not long until he had a store Small at first his increaseto such large proportions tha t be has amassed a snug fortune Hi store is located at 140 East Market street where for a short space of time there will 1be many rare bargains for those in need1 of dry goods of every description The friends of Mr Lynch are numerous andl 1tbey hope he may live long to enjoy the fruits of bis well earned success FIRST GRAND CONCERT The first grand concert of the Eichhorn I Kollros military band mixed chorus and orchestra will be given tomorrow night at Masonic Theater and music lovers should see that the house is filled to overflowing Messrs Eichhorn and Kollrosshave done much to give Louisville a standard musI ical organization and are entitled to I erons support The following excellent programme will be rendered tomorrow night e Old Kentucky Home Foster Eichhorn Dedicated to Mr Frank Fehr Jr Overture Suppe Military Bands Cornet Solo Bellini Mrs Marguerite Swain Medley OvertureHarry von Tilzer S Military Band Macbeth Grand Selection Verdi Military Band Viollp Solo Rondo CapricciosoSt Saens Charles Letzler Medley Overture Bedelia O E Sutton Military Band MarchAmericas Starry BaunerKollros Military Band Germany I Welcome TheeT M Tobani Military Band t Soprano SoloDonizettiMrs Mamie Becker Hearts and Flowers Theo M Tobani Military Band Credo Military Mass 17TD Cimarosa Crand Chorus and Military Band STROKE WAS FATAL John Welch a well known young man of the West End and a member of St Patricks congregation suffered a stroke of paralysis Friday night that cansedhis death at an early hour the following morning at the home of his mother MrsI Coleman Welch 1710 Portlandavenue Deceased worked all day Fridayat Averys plow factory and his health was apparently the best After supper the unfortunate man was returning from the pump with a bucket of water when be suffered the fatal stroke His funeralj took place Monday morning from St Patricks church EMERALD CLUB DANCE The Emerald Club will entertain their friends with a dance at Fountain Ferry Bptt Tuesday evening Miss Ella OCon nell Virginia Barrett Nora and Ella FiUgtrald and Julia Kelly are the ladles tlMtr1301IIuiity M aterUitwrs serve to a and select attendance tare I a 1aiii nlJTS JW7lnr nnA 4L W A E BUY HOLIDAY GOODS NOWH WE WILL STORE THEM FREE OF CHARGE W Do your Christmas shopping while the stocks are complete and before the great holiday rush is on cityMIl1o 1 4r p CCI Toilet Table 748 398Bookct OR TIME CASH OR TIME CASH OR TIME CASH OR TIMECASHThis handsome solid oak case Thisi attractive case Iis made of A great pieceI forthe price it is golden An exquisite creation in quartered and stands 60 inches high and 36 inches select golden oak It is 44 inches oak or imitation mahogany Stands 37 incbestfrchp2 k4 18x20 French beveled plate mirror and bole cabinet Has 10x12 beveled beveled mirror measures 22x28 inches pectnot cheap except in price French legs Has full swell front plate French mirror Would cost you 15 elsewhere Large enough to receive any size music 9 I Largest T V RHODESBDRFORD FURNITURE CO 1 I r rvA 2W4w1 un r r B VAO j SOCIDYfi Miss Elizabeth Tarpey is visiting friends in Cincinnati Miss Adelaide Crush has returned from Pewee Valley where she was the guest of Miss Adelaide Jurey Misses Ida and Eva Raidy returned Wednesday from Madison where they visited Miss Katie Kolb Mrs Rudy Minton and Miss Florence Minton have been spending a pleasant week at French Lick Springs Miss Julia Malone has gone to New port to spend severall weeks visiting friends there and in Coviugton sWilliam Smith has returned to his home at Madison Iud aftsr a pleasant visit to his brother Thomas Smith 1948 Portland avenue sThe South End Euchre Club was enter- t tained in a delightful manner Thursdays by Miss Mary Kearn at her home in South Louisville Mrs David Daily and Mrs Thomas Murphy and little daughter Virginia have returned from a visit to relatives at Charlestown Ind James Mallon a popular fireman on the Owensboro and Nashville division of the L N will be here next week to visit bis mother and sisters Mr and Mrs F J Buttimer of New Castle Kyare visiting the Worlds Fair They will visit in Louisville for a few days before returning home ITbe happiest Hibernian is Edward Connelly of Division 1 the stork having left a fine tenpound boy at his home Tbnniday He is arranging for a big celebration in honor of the welcome visitor Miss Josie Otis daughter of Dennis Otis a Democratic leader and prominent Knight of Columbus of Bridgeport Conn is in the city visiting her cousins Miss Lizzie Mallon and Mrs Albert F Martin Miss Fay Duffy prominent in the lead ing society circles of Jeffersonville and Southern Indiana is visiting relatives at Birmingham Ala She is the charming and accomplished daughter of Capt James Duffy I Patrick Ryan the genial master mechanic of the Louisville Nashville railroad at Ruseellville who was in the city to examine a class of firemen for promotion to the position of engineers and visit old friends returned to his home the first of the week Announcement is made of the Nonpareil Clubs next dance at the New Athletic Club which takes place Wednesday night the eve of Thanksgiving A very good musical programme has been ar ranged and a number of young married couples will chaperone the affair This will be one of the most enjoyable social events of the season Mrs Garrett Wilson chaperoned i1 jolly box party to the New Masonic Monday evening to see Joe Murphy in the Kerry Gow after which they were entertained at luncheon In the party were Misses I Halpin McGrath Mary E Riley Nellie Sullivan Georgie Wilson Messrs Samuel Ramsay Douglas McClelland Garrett Wilson Jr and Harold Ramsay The Kentucky Irish American gave a theater party Thursday afternoon at the Hopkins Theater In honor of William M Fogarty Supreme President of the Young Mens Institute and Grand officers of the Kentucky jurisdiction In the party were Meaft William Fogarty Harry Colgau James8 Kelly m ietJSUttery John J 0- 1- J p Crotty John J Barry and William M IIl gins After the performance the party adjourned to Seelbachs for luncheon An enjoyable event of the week was the dinner and reception tendered William M Fogarty City Clerk of Indianapolis and John Shannon of Lexington by Mr and Mrs James B Kelly at their home on Rubel avenue Wednesdayafternoon The fair hostess dispensed the hospitalities in that charm lug manner for which Kentucky has become renowned and won for her the praises of her guests among whom were William M Fogarty John Shannon Harry Colgan William M Higgins Em net Slattery and J M Dawson On last Wednesday November 1C a beautiful marriage ceremony was solem nized at St Johns church Clay and Walnut streets between Miss Agnes OConnor and Dr J H Metcalfe The ceremony was performed by the Rev L Bax who officiated at the marriage of the brides parents The ushers were Messrs Ben J Metcalfe C J OConnor Paul R Watson and Frank L Rehm After the ceremony the bridal flarty and her immediate relatives repaired to the home of the brides mother Mrs Catherine OConnor 710 East Chestnut where a reception followed Here the brides table was decorated in yellow andwhite the same colors having been used in the illumination and decorations at the church The same evening the happy couple left for St Louis and upon their return will be at home to their friends at 605 East Chestnut street Mr John Oetken and Miss Isabella OBrien will be united in marriage at 3 oclock Thanksgiving afternoon in the Holy Trinity church rectory New Al bany by Rev Father John Kelly Miss OBrien is one of the most popular girls of the younger set in that city and is esteemed by her many friends for her charming ways and sweet disposition Mr Oetken is a former New Albany boy who is now the junior member of the firm of Oetken Bros who conducts a grocery at Sixth and Kentucky streets in this city and has a host of friends on both sides of the river who predict for him a bright and success ful business career After the ceremony the happy yoUng couple will leave for a tendays trip to the Worlds Fair On their return they will be at home to their friends at Sixili and Kentucky streets They have the best wishes of their many friends for a happy journey through their married life- MISSION IN SPENCER Rev Edwin J Drury the eloquent itholic missionary priest yesterday began a three days mission at Mount Vashington Spencer county being assisted by the Rev Father William Pike The missions conducted by these good iriests are being largely attended and are productive of untold good besides bringing many over to the one true faith The Passibnist Fathers Richard and Jrasmus have been holding a very sue icssfnl mission at St Catherines church at New Hayen which will close with the high mass tomorrow This order of ireachers contains many of the brightest ights of the Catholic church and tbe- people of New Haven and vicinity were treated to a series of five sermons OAININO IN NUMBERS iiackin Council continues gaining in nembcrship Monday night six more tames were added to the roll the obligation being conferred on Prank Nadorf and John Nolan and Thomas Clines ulius Becker Leonard Wessels and Martin Robinson will be received next uesday sight There Was a large attendance and the transfer of George Lautenbusch from Trinity Council was reeled with hearty applause Will- ShauRhnessy presided in the absence of resident Shelley and Secretary Frank Bllrkewaiiisetructed to write a litter of Ou u n u TuTT rVLEYS Tuesday and Wednesday evenings and Wednesday matinee DOCKSTADERS MINSTRELS Thursday Friday and Saturday Even ings and Saturday Matinee WILTON LACKAYE IN THE PIT1 IIOPI INSMarket Street near Second New Theater built for comfort and safety Week Commencing Sunday Matinee Nov 13 TWO sHOWS DAILYI FIRST APPEARANCE HERE OF Howard Thurston EUROPES GREATEST ILLUSIONIST JOSEPHINE SABEL Comedienn FOY CLARK Comedy Sketch Old Curiosity Shop WALTER C KELLY Monobguist GENARO THEOLCot tortionists and Equilibrists LESTER MOURE CO Comedy Sketch and THE BIOGRAPH NewMoving Picture BUCKINGHAi WEE COMMENCING SUNDAY NOV 720 Matlnew Sunday Monday Wednesday Saturday WEBERS Parisian Widows ALWAYS UP TO THE MINUTE 2Lavishly Mounted SkitSn2 Sublime Beyond Alt Duplication Personal Direction L LAWRENCE WEBER EichhornKollro MILITARY BAND AND MIXED CHORUS FIRST CONGER Sunday Evening Nov 20 AT MASONIC THEATRE ADMISSION 50 CENTS Tickets will be on sale and seats reo served free at the Masonic Theatre box office after Nov 13 Soloists Mrs Mami Becker soprano Mrs Marguerite Swalt cornet Mr Charles A Letzler violin and Mr Constantine Leber pianist condolence to Walter and James Adam on the death of their mother Resolutions adooted by the Board of Grand Directors on the death of Arch bishop Elder were read and ordered placed in the records of the council FROM THE POPE Archbishop Chapelle Bears a Message to President Roosevelt Monsignor Chapelle Archbishop of Slew Orleans Porto Rico and Cuba arrived in New York last Saturday from loine where he had been for several weeks The Archbishop said that be was the bearer of a message to President Roosevelt from Pope Pius The Pope was delighted with the description of Mr tooaevelt he said Wand he bas made me the bearer of a message of kindness and good fellowship The result of the Presidential election was received by those on board the La Lorraine by wireless telegraph while the steamer was in midocean and the Arch lishop sent a message of congratulation to President Roosevelt While I am in iowise a partisan because of the position I hold said Monsignor Chapelle I do not hesitate to express my satisfaction vet the result I shall congratulate tbeI resident whom I know well reach Washington We do all kind pf job printing Give rilautal a n- a U 6311633 635 637639- Y Market St m n IF YOU EXPECTaTO NEED A PIANO IN THE NEXT YEAR I IF WILL BE THE HEIGHT OF EXTRAVAGANCENOT i NOWOUR LOWER THAN THEY HAVE BEEN BEFORE IN MANY YEARS WE MANUFACTURE BOTH PIANOS AND ORGANSANDCAN ONE PROFIT WILL PAY YOU TO INVESTIGATE EASY TERMS Dr H BALDWIN CO 529531 FOURTH AVE BALDWIN ELLINGTON VALLEY GEM HOWARD and HAMILTON PIANOS AUGUST JO- HNOETKENBROSE NEW GROCERY Sixth and Kentucky Sts Fresh Meats Vegetables Fruits and a full line of Fine Groceries GIVJ35 US A TRIAL HENRYH f N R Y A AIPI JI PULSP U L S 1- I DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone 3635 528 Fifth Street i LEO F BROWN 809 WEST CHESTNUT STREET Real Estate Agent List your property with me You will cbargesHome HARLEM CLUB DANCE The Harlem Club will give their first lance of the fall and winter season at the lew Athletic Club next Tuesday evening Tbe club is composed of a set of popular young men who can be depended upon to ring together a large and representative crowd for this social affair The committee In charge are Louis B Dugan oe ph P Carey Joseph T Haaraban Edward A Grieb Edward A Crowleytalld S71eterL Doyle e IJ01- a 41U I f 1 0 a Lju J f FNTUCKY IRISH A RIOANr THE HENDERSON ROUTE Worlds Pair Rates 700 Every Day Except Friday and Saturday Limited Seven Days Good only in Coach and Chair Cars 1000 Limited Fifteen flays 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 traius composed of combination baggage and coach free reclining chair car Pullman observation parlor car end diner men Is a la carte Runs through solid Louisville to St Louis Nos 45 and 46 are composed of vestibuled reclining chair cars seats freeand Pullman sleepers City ticket office 230 Fourth Avenue Union Depot Seventh and Water Streets L J Irwin Genl Pass Agent E Mr Womack City Pass Agent G H Baker City Ticket I Agent AS j Crone Ticket Agent Union Depot w STRAUBJM MM MHIHH 1 JnI 1 1 1 1 1 1 HMMK1 1 1BOTH PHONES 363 I I TRACY DIRECTORSr STRAUB I v AND EMBALMERS Carrls STREETShort1 1 1 1 1 1 1 +1 N KY 1 Formerly of Gran W Smiths Sons LADY Washing and dressing ladies and chil l 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 1 Successor to Mrs George Ratterman AND Carriages furnished for all occasions AUcalls promptly attended to day or night 1119 W MARKET ST M U Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 215 and 297 WEST GREEN ST BEST LINE AND AM room XM and New York Boston AND ALL POINTS chMrfullj furnished on a B at City Ticket Once Biy Pbr Jtovte 66 North Aye or write to 0 t i- LI n 11 t SHE IS Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON THE r I II Il + o e AIIWYG 11U roint Otl5 s In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Passenger1 Agent- C H ROCKWELL Traffic ilanager W H McDOEL Preside and General Manager 11fRfNK FEtiR INCORPORATEID BREWING 60 I Brewers and Bottlersaomsvx E KATIE AGNES SMITH EMBALMER JOHN 81RATTERMAN FUNERAL DIRECTOR EMBALMER PflfR ANDRIOI SONS WAGON MAN fACIURfR8 BIG FOURT- HE T- OIndianapolis Peoria Chicago INDIANA MICHIGAN Cleveland Buffalo EAS- TItifrnation lttlfC uJ CRYING WHEN NEEDING A CARRIAGE1RY D J LUCEY Residence 1112 Zane St Home Phone 5036 Stand 51h and Jefferson Home Phone 2821 Carriage No8 CB THOMPSON FLQrisrROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenile 261 W Jefferson St Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed P T ARCHER Out Door and Flashlight Photography home Phone 5709 Room 44 Courier Journal Building WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONa VAL LESTER Prep Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 4g VP GREEN liLT DIINK I fi6nruWhISKU IIBOTTL DBY HENRYCLAUER7Eaitj7I J 1 u i RETIRING FRO BUSINESS P Store For Rent Fixtures For Sale The Entire Stock of Dry Goods Notions Etc of the II LYNCH DRY GOODS CO1 At 140 East Market Street between First and Brook to be closed out at about 60c on the dollar 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 U AA BEAUTIFUL i Pqcflc Tribute to Mothers From Pen of DP William- B Doherty The American Practitioner and News a medical journal published instills city has a beautiful poem by Dr William B Doherty lecturer on obstetrics In the University of Louisville that has been well received by the medical profession It treats of childbirth and is an exquisite tribute to mother We regret that it is so scientific and though charmingly written written and very meritorious it is only suitable for a medical journal We can therefore only give the last two versesBut is life A cell the secret holds The oosperm small how great what it unfoldslI Its certain life commences In a cell Just how just when I what scientist can tell Lifes product fills a whole worlds his tory- Though life itself remain a mystery Is life not power Fount of joy and glory May no ones life appear an empty story Be this our purpose this our constant aim To strive for record on the scroll of fame And as physicians nobly do our part Bring no disgrace on this obstetric art CATHOLIC WOMEN Organize a Reform Society in New York Which the Pope Approves Advices received in this city from Rome say that Miss Eliza Lutnuils has received from the Pope full approval of the constitution which she drafted for the organization of Catholic women known as Puke Fidel or Daughters of the Faith says the New York Sun This society it will be remembered was started by Miss Lummis and several other Catholic women a year ago for the purpose of correcting by their example some of the bad habits of good society Extremes in dress laxity in literature and on the stage will be frowned upon and the social ostracism of divorced women who remarry advocated Some of the rules and regulations formulated by Miss Lummis in her hook of the con stitution of the society were said to be too radical for a number of the members and differences over them arose Miss Lummis went to Rome and laid her projects before the Vatican authori ties She was received in private audi ence by the Pope on October 21 and he granted the requests she made of him and approved the constitution of the Filice Fidel in its original draft The Rev Thomas F Myban of St Anns church was appointed Spiritual Director of the Puke Fidel by Archbishop Farley RECENT DEATHS The funeral of little Margaret Fran conia daughter of Mr and Mrs Louis Franconia took place from the family residence 1171 Seventh street Thursday morning The parents have the sympathy of their many friends in their bereave ment Mrs Annie Darmody forty years old died Tuesday morning at her home 721 Eighteenth street after a weeks illness of pheumonia She was the wife of Michael Darmody and leaves two chil dren to mourn her loss Her funeral took place from St Patricks church the interment being in St Louis cemetery Mrs Catherine Mann the aged and respected mother of Michael Mann 1910 Todd street passed peacefully to her eternal reward Monday afternoon She was born in Ireland sixtyfour years ago but fox over thirty years had made this city her home Her death was due to Infirmities incident to her advanced age The funeral took place Wednesday morning from St Patricks church- SUCCESSFUL Dr M Casey of Carrollton under went an operation at St Josephs In firmary Thursday morning and is now rapidly convalescing the operation being a complete success Dr Casey is quite well known here being a prominent member of the Y M I and the Catholic Federation CHEAP RATS The Moson route will sell round trip tickets to the general public from Louis ville to Chicago at ft OH November 27 SB pad 29 also to exhibitor holding ear tiicatM from Generall Manager Skinner on Norember M good returning till Ds bvA oa seooaat of the later statkMMlJ Live Stock BspoeWoM Two ri- e 13 elegant trains of finest equipment from Louisville leave Union station daily For parlor car or Pullman sleeper reserva tions address E II Bacon Motion ronte Louisville HOPKINS THEATER For its Thanksgiving week attraction the Hopkins Theater will offer Howard Thurston now regarded the star pf all magicians and illusionists Eight per sons travel with him and his stage set FLO CLARK Of Foy Clark at Hopkins next week tings and electrical effects are something marvelous Foy and Clark will r resent an amusing comedy sketch entitled Old Curiosity Shop and with Jose phine Sabel the comediene Walter Kelly the monologist and a number of other vaudeville stars an exceedingly fine bill is promised MACAULEYS Lew Dockstader with his minstrels his pickle airship and his gorgeously elaborate scenery will arrive in Louis vine next week to appear at Macauleys Tuesday and Wednesday evenings and Wednesday afternoon The company played a three weeks engagement at the Herald Square Tbeater New York and from there it jumped to St Louis whence it comes to Louisville Wilton supportingiweeks bill giving their opening perfor mance with a Thanksgiving matinee MASONIC A Girl from Dixie said to be the best musical comedy on the stage will be next weeks offering at the Masonic and will be presented by a big cast of Comedians and singers headed by Miss Gertrude Millington The company gives an excellent interpretation to this musical Southern comedy and the sale of seats already indicates a big business for Thanksgiving week The Masonic is giving its patrons a splendid line of at tractions this year and now has a firm hold on tHe theatergoing people- BUCKINGHAM One of the very best of the burlesque attractions Webers Parisian Widows will be next weeks attraction at the Buckingham and admirers of this sort of entertainment will be treated to acts skill cleverness and real vocal ability Extra vaganzassof the laughable kind are presented and vaudeville acts that are headliners on the regular circuit are every night performances The corn pony is a big one and is stronger this season than ever before TWENTY PRIZES The Young Ladles Auxiliary of Trin ity Council will give a euchre and recep tion and dance at the hall on East Gray street next Tuesday at which twenty beautiful prizes will be awarded An en joyable evening is assured all who attend CHILDRENS STOCKINGS To save darning and to increase the wear of childrens stockings put apiece of wash leather at the back of their shoe This will prevent the shoes slip ping at the heel and will add to the com fort of the little wearer Celery I1la iinvaluable as a food for those suffering from any form of rheatnatlwflt foe dUiMM of tH rVMaBd aervoiis dyspepsia i 0 SATOLLI COUNCIL Banquets High Officials and Friends at Scclbachs Hotel Never was there a more enjoyable ban quet in this city than that given Wednesday overling at Seelbachs Hotel by Satolli Council Y M I in honor of Supreme President William Fogarty and Judge Matt ODoherty The other guests of honor were James B Kelly John Shannon and Frank Adams Grand officers and James Shelley William Higgins and Eugene Cooney The menu was an excellent one and was served in Seelbachs best style John Coady presided and introduced the speakers The first toast was Woman and was responded to by Jerry Kavanagh tberislng young lawyer in an address that abounded in chaste thought and lofty sentiment and his feeling reference to mothers evoked rounds of applause His tribute to the woman who had saved mankind the BJeised Virgin Mary mother of Jesus Christ was a masterly effort and was worthy the most eloquent and scholarly orator It was a word picture most beautiful and won unstinted praise from all who followed him James B Kelly and William Perry spoke on theKentucky jurisdiction with words of high praise for Satolli Council which was pronounced one of the best and the equal of any in the United StatesHearty applause greeted Judge ODoh erty who said language failed him In which to express his appreciation of the honor and pleasure it afforded him to be with such a splendid gathering of young men In an able plea for Christian civilization he called upon his hearers to stand for the Christian home the safety and security of society The Judge then pointed out to them their duties as Cath olic young men and warned them that the man who is untrue in his private life will not prove true in public life Supreme President Pogarty delivered a short but forcible address in which he showedappreciation of the Kentucky councils and the work of the Young Mens Institute showing himself con versant with what was being done Brief responses were also made by Frank Adams John Shannon James Shelley Eugene Cooney William M Higgins and Dr Max Eble Attorney Sam J Boldrick urged upon Catholic young men more study and a better understanding of their holy rc ligion which would be the means of dispelling bigotry and intolerance Will OSullivan told a number of pleasing anecdotes and it was midnight when the festive board teas abandoned All the guests were grateful to Satolli Council and will long remember the pleasant occasion WELCOME VISITOR James Decry County President of the Ancient Order of Hibernians at Indianapolis was a welcome visitor to the Kentucky Irish American office Monday He says the Hoosier capital has seven flourishing divisions and that the Knights of Columbus and the Young Mens Institute are also in splendid condition there Mr Deery is Superln tendant of the letter carriers at Indianap olis and came to Louisville to inspect our postoffice and get pointers before moving into the new Custom House just erected in hiscity Though his stay was short he made many friends while here TIME MAKES CHANGES The old saying that time makes many changes does not hold good in connection with our local street car company In spite of the many protests from the public we still have with us those bob tailed cars on the Sixth street Seventh street and Twelfth street lines and also those willofthewisp transfer cars at Fourth and Walnut while the patronaof the West Chestnut street line are still having their long waits on the corner for the car that seldom comes The Street Car Company doesnt seem to consider that the worm will turn some day COUCHESAND NERVES Conches have saved more minds and nervous systems than all the doctors and medicines put together It is the best refuge that the overworked house keeper has did she but know it and the only fault to find with women is that ass rule they do not use their couches half enough When distracted by the infinite cares of the household and worried over this bill or that she can throw herself down and stretched at ease allow her troubles to straighten themselves out of their own accord By these means hys teria feavpided beauty is preserved and the woffleals cbaacw for eternal salTa tioaarelidp treaiendonlyI b- D 1 IIII JcIIIco 3 00 per load Pittsburgh 4th Pool 300 pcrlodt Pittsburgh 1st and 2d Pool 325 per load JOS DOUGHERTYHome Phone 256 1416 WEST BROADWAY PABST BEER r ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TEL PHON 1380 Louisville Branch Fourteenth and Jefferson Sts 4 DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED B- YSENNACKERMAN 131 EwING COMPANYOORPOR1iTEDTELEPHONE 4b2 LOUISVILLE KY ASK FOR DIERSENSCELEBRATED i Telephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE 4 JOHN F OBRTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY s- a CREAM COMMON BEER a 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN XS FRAN VVALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 j LOUISVILLE KY t tt I I I It tt t t- I FINE WINES CHAMPAGNES I AA KOLJB H r 345 West 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234 Sixth Street GO TO Pioneer Bottling House FOR IIWHISKIESBIG JUG AT DOOR J P DANT913 WEST BROADWAY near Union StalUe Worlds Fair Short Line southern RailwayU FORTYTHREE MILES THE SHORTEST FASTEST AND BEST TO THE WO DS fAI 1 LOOK AT THE SCHEDULE Leave Louisville 9 a m daily arrive St Louis 466 p m Solid through trala RailwayStandard changeLeave throligktrainPullman sleepers also free reclining chair cars All trains make close con nection in Union Station at St Louwith Wabash suburban service direct to the Worlds Fair grounds ROUND TRIP EXCURSION RATES FROM LOUISVILLE 13 good returning until December 15 1004 11 good returning in sixty days 10 good returning in fifteen days Tickets will be on sale daily at the above rates rr coach excursion tickets OK sale every Sunday to Thursday inclusive during October and November good returning seven days P E Carr City Passenger and Ticket viJJeAJfort District Passenger Agent 234iPoartk AIMsrtGeaeraii 9tgirU a a VX T1r JQNTUOKY IRI8H RIOAN I I SURPRISE SPECIAL SALE No 264 I I Mens Newest Overcoats ON SALE ONE I WEEK ENDING J NEXT FRIDAY Long Belted Tourist I Double Breasted Snugger Overcoats Full Box Overcoats and Belted Collegiate Overcoats I I THE BIGMILTON M MARBLESTONE CO Market between Fourth H 1 11 1 1 1 1 HnH1 1 1 1 1 1 n1 1 nltII H 11 1 1 HMo SELECT YOUR I Holiday Presents I iOW Christmas I j something can FOR LADIESRings Brooches Watches Chains Manicure and Toilet Sets j FOR GENTLEMEN Fobs Scarf Pins Signet Rings Watches Chains and Lockets everything new in Jewelery or Silver bought or taken in exchange re reWest530 I Market fHHI 3IHtH CoatsI i2 STORE BRUNNii i 1 1 1 1 1 and the for 424 West and Fifth 111 and well hold for till Pick out pay what you you And the line Old Gold JI 1 J tttttttttta r Made Fresh Eiery Day Mothers Biscuits a FOR- GOODNESS 5 Cents j ASK YOUR GROCER End seal will be found packages of the following goods made by Whiteside Mammas Snaps Oatmeals SA KEButterthlns Wafers Oysters Graham Whitesides Waf Butters Milk Biscuits Kentucky Flakes Save the end seals and get Imperial Toast handsome presents MOTHERS BISCUITS pert H 1 HI+H 1 1 1 1 1 1 ++ 1 1 1111 1 1 1 1 1 1 M1TOY COFFEES 1004lbs1 3 Ibs Mocha and Java Dry and Fresh from my Roaster toyour Phone Order tROllocog Phone 13 J3 Y TI2IC ET t1111 IuS 1 l 1H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1N DANIEL KEENAN U 1VLULLOYCAMPBELLS 1225 West Thirteenth I BOTH O All Calls Oar riages LD Dougherty VVWJ and Horse Forge Scientific Practical Horse Horses called for and delivered Canine and Feline practice a specialty IPIRAYI I f an ttrtir Stationersr Printers Binders JtOkstlltrs CHA Veterinary Infirmary Shoeing Rttfwcntailw of fiammond type writer for Kentucky typewriter Supplies Ribbons etc all machines etye s b I 1i1i186 MIINC iat7NA tlwt UllfflMlII It Long to 434 H it j 530 Market on r Delivered t Blank Book and i Papcr Box manufacturers 11 for ftblrt ant Green tsr tP tP Xouisvltle i R PtMIAYIe- tr 4 6asasataet West Roasted Kitchen Shoeing Ii1M1t JIJTJ Educates Young People Bwlneig Employment and Sucrattl CALL to ware roe emu txrotwarwxP P i J IMt IY I J n 4 St an I i Fee Good Business College 11 n 0 n y VYViYVOVVrJiV VVWV VVGYV V J BACON SONS Black and Colored Dress Goods Little by little our stock is getting smaller Better be among the plum pickers and select your new dress while the assortment though slightly broken has many choice novelties that are exclusively our QwnFor persons who are on the alert for medium grades good goods at low prices we believe any of the following are strong inducements at least they merit bargain seekers attention Colored Goods Section 50c Zibelines 39c Ail woot Camelshair Zibeline 38 inches wide quiet mixtures of blue gray red and green regularly sells for 50c priced special for today 50c Fancy Granites 39c These rough effect materials are strictly allwool and 38 inches wide all the new seasonable light and dark colorings lie cheaper today than usual 50c Mannish Suitings 39c The material that has an unusually large demand because of its style correctness and firm quality 38 inches wide and allwool oneday underprice at this saleIFrench Suitings 59c unusual attractiveness about these tasteful dressers allwool 44 inches wide l69ccolors that are most preferred for eI 0000 o IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Dr Somerville of Union Hall County Cork died last week at the age of 106 Major Beddoes of Dublin Fudleers was adopted as the Russellite candidate against Col McCalmont in East Antrim At Maynooth the Bishop of Killaloe the Most Rev DrFogarty was the re cipient of a presentation of silver plate from his friends in the town T W Russell M P speaking in Bel fast said that the danger of the land act was that tenants keen to buy would give a price they ought not to give A platform containing fifty or sixty occupants collapsed at a handball match in Macroom County Cork and several persons were seriously Injured- A procession in which 500 young met took part paraded the principal street and suburbs of Dublin in connection with the Saturday early closing move meat The goods store of the Midland Rail way Company at Ballyhaunis with all its contents was destroyed by fire The damage is estimated at several thousand poundsMitchelstown was the scene of an en thusiastic demonstration at which fur ther steps were adopted for the erection of a memorial to one of the victims of re cent coercion times John Mandeville The Committee of Management of the Sligo and I eltrim asylum has passed a resolution protesting against the langage used by the Protestant Bishop of Elphln in his recent speech at the Boyle synod The Standing Committee of Managers Diocese of Killala have adopted the scheme of Fitzhenry the Gaelic League organizer and teacher for bilingual teaching in all the primary schools in the dio ceseA special meeting of the Evicted Ten ants Committee of the United Irish League was held in Dublin It was de cided to issue another circular to the Secretaries of the divisional executives on the subject Capt Donelan M P has written a letter to the Under Secretary demanding an inquiry into the conduct of the police at Riverstown on Tuesday week and at Cork on Thursday it was decided to ins stitute civil actions against the inspector and four constables The death took place at his residence Asborne Park Belfast of George D Leatham a well known figure in com mercial circles Deceased was one of the few Irishmen who have fulfilled the position of President of the United King dom Travelers Association The Catholic part of Lurgan was at tacked on Saturday night when the most serious disturbance seen in the town since 1886 took place The attack ing party was driven back into the Orange quarter after three baton charges in which most of the policemen received InjuriesThe County Council has adopted a rosolution in favor of filling all ap poi tments under the County and District Councils by competitive examina tion and of giving a preference to the candidate who knows Irish best in cases where two or more candidates secure equal marks At the conference of the priests of Meath at Navan with reference to the managerial question resolutions were adopted binding the members to act in all matters of moment under the guidance of the Catholic Clerical Managers Association of Ireland and protested against any amalgation of the smaller schools of the country which would oblige the education of boys and girls to be carried on in the same apartments Goon MEETING The Ladies Auxllary of the Ancient rder of Hibernians held a well attended netting Wednesday evening at the A O- II Hall Vice President Lily Callahan aad Treasurer Rose Sweeney being ab eat Maragaret Callahaa aai Josie God rey were appointed to fill the respective oeitioM8 The members accepted an avlutloa from the Trinity council ladles Auxiliary to attend their ell lkre 1 It- A Black Goods Counter I 85c Cheviots 65c Fifty four inch allwool sponged and thoroughly shrunken Cheviot preventing spotting an ideal material for coat suits and separate dress skirts oneday special 75c Sicilian Mohair 60c This material has a good demand for waists skirts or dresses because it has a silky finish which lasts long and a good close texture which wears well full 44 inches wide 125 Black Woolens 100 Today we offer choice of any the following 125 dependable black goods at a dollar a yard Epingline Melrose Granite Coataline Ermine Silk and Wool Crepe de Chine all 40 inches wide 100 Black Voiles 79c Fortyfourinch Allwool Voile Etamine Rio Voile and fancy voiles representations of fabrics having a great demand for separate skirts and whole dresses priced special ee00000toto IRISH SOCiETYDIRECTORY A O HD- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentMike Tynan Vice President Joseph W Dougherty Recording SecretaryThomas Kee nan Jr Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice President John J Sullivan Recording Secretary Edward J Kei ranFinancial SecretaryJohn T Kenney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran- DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas Quinn Vice President Joseph Cooney Recording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Financial SecretaryWilliam Burns TwentythlrdstreetTreasurerGeorge Butler SergeantatArmspat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President John Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary Thos Callahan Financial Secretary Joe P McGinn 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly Treasurer John P Hellon DIVISION 1 JEPFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentJohn Kenney County Vice President J B Murphy- PresidentRobert Gleason Gill Recording Secretary J G Cole Financial Secretary Thos OHern TreasurerMartin Gos- sSentinelAlpbonso Constantine ergeantatArmaMicbael Noon Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentJames Shelley First Vice President Wm P Shaugh nessySecond Vice PresidentFred Herp Recording SecretaryFrank Adams Financial SecretaryDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia street- Corresponding SecretaryFrank P BurkeTreasurerFrank F Murphy MarshalGeorge F Simonis Inside SentinelFrank Lanahan Outside Sentinel John Schaefer i TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets Every Monday Evening at the Club House 718 East Gray Street President Eugene J Cooney First Vice President J L Cunniffe Second Vice President Joseph F Bell Recording SecretaryEmil E Moutb Corresponding Secretary Arthur C LauerFinancial SecretaryRobert G Goe belTreasurerWilliam N Gut MarshalM F Morris Inside SentinelJacob Pfalzer Outside Sentinel M F Ziegler and dance at Trinity Hall next Tuesday evening Short talks on tie benefits of the auxiliary were made by the retiring County President Miss Mary Foley and the newly elected County President Mrs Lawrence J Makey FOR ANOTHER TERM Col John McAieer Elected President of hoard of Equalization Irbe Board of Equalization of City razes met Monday and organized The board is made up of Col John McAteer Gouge Stein and Henry B Bernard Col ktcAtler was unanimously reelected President He hat served in city and county boards for twenty years and rem jers valuable service The board will be la session until December 15 Cows I plaints of taxpayers relative to high j isseestnents will be heard until December I 1 when tile board will make personal I ixanliiatioM Mise ot the City Assss oreo oe farilaeimalylrg KfteeB days T t t a 1- r L HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekaeneralN- ew5 Notes The first meeting of the ladies auxiL lary in December will be a business one The question of how to celebrate St Patricks day will be discussed at Divisions 1 3 and 4 this coming week The members of Division 4 earnestly hope that President Hennessy will stand for reelection as he has made an ad mirable officer The divisions should be careful to select good feithful officers in the coming elec tions men that will workearnestly for the good of the order Division 2 held a rousing meeting Friday night President Con Ford hoc another batch of applications whirl means another big initiation for the nea futureThe Ancient Order of Hibernians hay enjoyed a steady growth here during the past two years the order being nov stronger than ever before And for this reason there are many who want to seethe present officers who are all good men reelected for another term Division 4 will have an interesting meeting Wednesday night Beside hearing important reports a number of applications will be received and nev candidates balloted for President Hen nessy and the men from Limerick an being urged to give another euchre am a date may be selected Division 1 meets Tuesday night Among the questions to be considered will be the celebration of St Patrick day and the observance of Rober Emmets anniversary These ere two events that should interest every member of the order It is understood County Treasurer John Mulloy will have some suggestions to make that all members should hear and therefore President Tynan urges them to attend Monday night Division 3 will nominate officers and the election will be held it December Interest naturally centers it the Presidency now held by Thomas Quinn who will not be a candidate There are many good men for the honor and there is small chance for a mistake being made There is no doubt that President Quinn could have had another term but since being placed at the head of the order in Jefferson county he wants no other offire The Hibernians of Suffolk county Mass are to hold a memorial meeting in honor of the late Senator Hoar at Faneuil Hall Sunday evening November 20 and each of the twentyseven divisions pf the main body will attend or send large dele+ gallons It has been voted to invite the cooperation of the Foresters the Knights of Columbus the Young Mens Catholic Association the Catholic Union the Catholic Alumni Association and all Catholic associations of Boston I C HANLON DID WELL In the Third Congressional district of Indiana of which Thomas Hanlon is Chairman and Edward Fitzpatrick Secre tary of the Democratic Committee Con gressman Zenor was reelected by over 3500 majority This is the only district in the Hoosier State that made a good showing for the Democracy on election day Capt Hanlon worked hard fur his party and had a good organization which will be maintained until the next elec tion OPENS TODAY The Messrs Lewis Piazza the sues cessful tea and coffee dealers will this morning throw open the doors of their new store on East Broadway one of the handsomest in the city Features of the opening will be the presence of an orches trs the handsome floral decorations and I ouvenirs for all their friends OYSTER SUPPER The ladles of St Aloysius church at Pewee Valley will entertain their friends wIth an oyster upper Monday afternoon and evening It will be served in the Confedcrate Home at Pewee Valley aDd will be attasa led by many from this ity who wMl go OUtOfl the electricI lime be proc eda will go to help Rev Father low in the good work be M pwformlof l- I t + p maa i ww BE SURE TO CALL FOR 1 McKENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE McKenna Distiller Fairfield I KyWIWIH = L H It tit It It It It tt It BURN RENDER COALSpecially prepared for family use and for sale only by V Central Coal Iron C Incorporated Yards Brook and Washington and 15th and Delaware 216 FOURTH AVENUE BOTH PHONES IffST It It t t tt tt It I me Ghas s fi Roo6rsBoTcol H PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES jfi TO SUIT EVERY TASTE jfi Give us a call and Inspect our line of goods They are the atfinest of their kind in the city fl BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES IOF EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 W Jefferson Street SSSSQO GEHER A SON 217 Market St near Second OUR GREAT SPECIALTY Stoves and Ranges MADE IN LOUISVILLE- Best 1 Assortment and the Lowest PricesH In the City t t t JAMES SOWDERS 159 West Jefferson Street Fish and Oysters j BOTH PZXOJVXSS 238O8 800Per Load For Our 4th P- oolPittsburgh CoalFr- ee from slack and holds fire over night ATLAS COAL CO CHAS L CRUSH Qeni Manager I PHONES 3 55 OFFICE 436 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Oran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer9 Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 700 WEST WALNUT STREET TELEPHONE 810 ++ MMMMt t MMt ItMMMHMMMH t M M M H H HI H Mt rwwiWAFPresident VlcePm d GenlI Mgr Secretary Treasurer FPuBannon Sewer Pipe Co Salt PipeBaanons for Steam CeadaitssWall Copinrf Drain Tile Vitrified Street Pavimg Brick Fire A 1IFI8e Lining Fire crickGrate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk Brick OFFJCE 508512 W JEFFERSON TBtnPHONBIS7- 3WORKS I3th and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Oct nth and Seth TELEPHONE 2833 W IAY AeeAAAV du A IrV 1riA J