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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i I KENTUCKYJR1SII AMRIcA VOLUME XIIINO 22 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 26 L904 PRICE FIVE CENTS LARGE GAINS Aro Made by Louisville Council1 t of the Knights of Columbus J ortyFlvo Initiated and Morn bership Swelled to Five Hundred Local Council One of the Strong est In the Entire Country g ELOQUENT ADDRESSES AT BANQUET The best evidence that the Knights of Columbus are making steady progress in Louisville is afforded by the success al ready achieved in building up one of the strongest and most influential councils of that powerful Catholic organization in the United States Last Sunday was Knights of Columbus day in this city and it was a record breaker and everywhere were to be seen the emblems of the order Louis vllle Council has a national reputation and therefore when it became known that an initiation was to take place Sunday the interest extended to the adjoining States and large cities and big delega tions came to witness the impressive cere monies and partake of the festivities that iollqwed Lexington Covington Owens boro Cincinnati Indianapolis Columbus and Grand Rapids sent the greatest num her of visitors but other and larger cities were well represented i The initiation ceremonies took place in the Scottish Rite Cathedral on Sixth street lasting from 230 in the afternoon until 830 oclock in the evening andII were pronounced more Interestingand successful than any since the council was organized Fortyfive candidates wereJJ presented and had conferred on them the first second and third degrees TheII work of the first was in charge of MessrsII John A Doyle Col Matt Winn and PastII Grand Knight Charles j OConnor who gave an exemplificaiion that won highII praise from the 500 members that witjj nessed it Emmet P Slattery and DrII Thomas Hart of Cincinnati conferred the second degree but the climax wasII not Breached until the third which wasC 1 cpnferrediby Thomas Conlonrof Toledo assisted by James J Fitzgerald and a picked degree team Their exemplification of this degree was pronounced theII best ever witnessed in Kentuky and surpassed all attempts made in Indiana 1 Tennessee Illinois and Missouri where there are many large councils The in terest was intense from first to last not a single person leaving until the last word had been spoken Following initiatory ceremonies the Louisville Knights and their visiting brethren to the number of b00 assembled t for the banquet which was served by Caterer Solger Here followed feast of reason and flow of soul that lasted until after 11 oclock The tables were taste fully arranged and decorated and the menu embraced everything that could be desired by the most epicurean taste and was served in a very satisfactory manner The tables and banquet room I abounded in ferns pink carnations and I white chrysanthemums and presented a pretty sight After the menu had been discussed and Havanas had been passed the toastmaster called upon Thomas Conlon of Toledo whose response was pronounced a gem The speaker was eloquent and witty and yet said many things to the new members that they will long remember His remarks dwelt largely uponI the Knights of Columbus their history and the great work before them The next toast was responded to by Gym Maher of Cincinnati who is well known in Catholic fraternal circles in this State through his past association with theI Young Mens Institute of which he basI for many years been a prominent member Mr Maher is a pleasing speaker and held the closest attention of Lis J hearers until his last word had been uttered His suggestions met with much favor and he was warmly congratulated Hon Edward J McDermott followed with one of his always brilliant talks touching upon a number of subjects of interest to those at the festive board These three gentlemen were the princi pal speakers but a number of impromptu addresses were delivered by visitors and members of Louisville Council Taken all in all this initiation was the best yet held here and the members of the council followed closely the advice given by Archbishop Glennon at St Louis on Knights of Columbus day at the Worlds Fair when that great pre late spoke words encouragement and gave the order his blessing CATHOLIC CLUB BANQUET a the Catholic Club held its regular monthly banquet at the Catholic Wo n mans Club last Tuesday evening Thomas Walsh presided and short talks on n interesting topics were made by Judge Watt ODoherty Hon Edward J Mc Dermott Dillon Maypotber and others la speaking of certain matters of more or lese public interest Mr McDermott called ti 0alteatlonto the large and elegant club hotuc just erected by the members of I lieekia Council YM I and s ldatlJJ kose uocistias Uphold their monthlr I aed weekly nkttag i IB the canter of tJ- a town ought to follow the example off Mackin Council and erect a club house that could be used by all in common On motion of Mr McDermott the elec tion of officers for the ensuing year was postponed until the next meeting which will take place the second Monday iin December The present officers a Thomas Walsh President Frank Geher Vice President George Burkley Secre tary James Hines Treasurer and Father Schumann Spiritual Director The statement in a daily paper that th club would disband is untrue FEAST OF ST CECILIA And Blessing of Costly Statue Will Interest Catholics Tomorrow Tomorrow will be a gala day for the people of St Cecellas parish They wit1 not only celebrate the feast of their patron saint with impressive ceremoniesI at the solemn high mass in the morning but in the evening there will be insti tuted with joyful ceremony the shrine of St Anthony Rev Father A J Brady the beloved rector will be the celebrant of the high mass at10 oclock and will be assisted by members of the local clergy For some time past the choir has been preparing for this festival and at both morning and evening services a spe cial musical programme will be rendered by perhaps the largest and best body ofI singers ever heard in this church In the evening at 730 oclock there will be solemn vespers anl benediction and the blessing of the shrine to St An thony This will be an event of special interest to the good members of St Cecelias parish and Catholics of the city The statue of St Anthony is an offering from John B Campbell for his daughter Miss Mary and is without doubt the finest as well as largest in Kentucky The saint is life size and bears in his arms an infant and the basket of bread Be side St Anthony kneels a starving old man who is receiving from him a loaf of bread The workmanship on the statue is of the highest order and the whole presents a scene that is most realistic appearing at first glance imbued with real life Fronting the magnificent statue ian exquisite Gotize candelabra the gift of John T the little son of Mr and Mrs John Campbell of 2101 Grif fiths avenue It Is surmounted by a cross and when the candles are lighted will be indeed brilliant Highly polished andof most artistic design it Isa present worthy- of any church The blessing willsbe performed by Rev Father Vincent 0 S FoTSt Boniface church and will be an interesting cere mony to witness At each service there will be an able and eloqnent sermon ap propaiate to the occasion and all Catholics who can will profit byattending these services p e SsERINS PATRON SAINT Will Be Grandly Honored by the Hibernians orb Louisville Mike Tynan presided over an enthusi astic meeting of Division 1 A O H i last Tuesday night at which was dis cussed at some length the most appropriate manner of celebrating St Patrick day Nowhere do the Hibernians IreIlandsLouisville As the feast this year falls on a Friday and in Lent anything in the nature of a banquet was out of tbe ques tion Neither could a suitable theater or ball be procured for a lecture or musical and literary entertainment Therefore it seemed almost impossible to arrange for a celebration that would meet the wishes of the members of the order and their thousands of friends until John Mulloy suggested that this year St Patricks day be designated for the bigfgest initiation in the history of the A H in Kentucky Mr Mulloy urged that the proposition be at once submitted to the County Board and that the four divisions go immediately to work to secure at least 500 new members for March 17 His suggestion met with hearty approval anda number of speakers hoped each division would have a large class to receive the degrees that day This manner of observing St Patricks day would be most creditable as well as beneficial to the Hibernians and the Kentucky Irish American feels sure of its success A number of communications were received and referred and James English was reported sick Spirited talks for the good of tbe order were made by County President Quinn Thomas Dolan P T Sullivan and others and upon motion it was voted to nominate and elect officers at the first meeting in December Quite an amount of routine busiues was transacted before the meeting adjourned FATHER DAVIS MADE BISHOP Very Rev James Davis will be conse crated Coadjutor Bishop of Davenport Iowa on the 30th lust He has bees Vicar General for several years Father Davis is a brother of Rev Richard Davis of the diocese of Louisville find he has another brother who is a Carmelite priest in Indiana Three of his sisters ere re ligiousone at Newport this State being a Sister qf Charity of Nazareth another a Sister of the Sacred Heart at Sag liar bor and another of the same order ii- I Iiu Prance BUbop Davit WM born la Kil- keayy ial8bfiri IlUb atDftMB r port sites IdftO LL- ff BRAVE WORDS President at Anniversary Colo PatricksreWashington Future of Country Depends One How Children Are Raised Helped Dedicate Carroll Hall and New Parochial School Building HIGH CHURCH DIGNITARIES PRESENT Last Sunday in Washington President Roosevelt delivered an able and patriotic address at the one hundred and tenth anniversary celebration of St Patricks church and the dedication of Carroll Hall the new parochial buildings and parish school The Rev Dr D J Staf ford rector of St Patricks actedas master of ceremonies and Cardinal Gibbons several Archbishops and other dignitaries of the Catholic church attended the exercises the former mak ing an address immediately preceding that of the President H B MacFar land President of the Board of Directors of the District of Columbia was theI concluding speaker Thousands upon thousands attended the exercises and theI crowds extended over a square in eachjj directionThe of Columbus formed a guard of honor for the President and I cheer after cheer went up as he and hisII escort appeared The President was metII at his carriage by Father Staffordand t as he passed into the rectory a childrens t choir of 200 voices stationed in front of the church sang hymns Before the ceremonies were begun the President wasC shown through the handsome rectory When he stepped out on the balcony he was cheered loudly the demonstration doubling when Cardinal Gibbons took a place by the Presidents side and invited him to be seated Father Stafford told of the work of St Patricks parish its growth and its aim for the future and then introduced Cardinal I Gibbons who testified to the value of thejarish and gave great credit to the efforts of Its reefer Dr Stafford next introduced President Roosevelt who was receivedwith prolonged cheering and spoke as follows Cardinal Gibbons Father Stafford and you my fellowAmericans It is a great pleasure to me to be present today to as lat at the dedication of the school hall and rectory of this parish a parish whose t hundred and tenth anniversary we also I now celebrate for this parish was founded t six years before the national capital was t placed in the present District of Colum ia I am glad indeed to have been in troduced Cardinal Gibbons by you the spiritual representative in a peculiar sense to that Bishop Carroll who played so i illustrious a part in the affairs of the church and whose kinsfolk played as illustrious a part in the affairs of the I nation at the dawning of this Govern ment In greeting all of you I wish to i say that I am especially glad to see the children present You know I believe in 1 children I weal to see enough of them and of the representative kind I wish today Iin the very brief remarks that I 1 Lave to make to dwell upon this thought the thought that ought to be in the mind of every man and woman here i the thought that while in this country we 1 need wise laws honestly fend fearlessly executed and while ve can nut afford to I tolerate anything but the highest stand ard in the public service of the Govern yet that in the last analysis the- uture 1 of the country must depend upon I the quality of the individual home of the I indivdual man and woman in that home The future of this country depends upon j the way in which the average man and average woman in it does his or her duty and that very largely depends upon the way in which the average boy or girl is brought up Therefore a peculiar re sponsibility rests upon those whose life work it is to see to the spiritual welfare of our people and upon those who make it their life work to try to train the citi zeta of the future so that they shall be worthy of that future In wishing you well today I wish you well in doing the most Important work which is allotted to any of our people to do The rules of good citizenship are toler ably simple The trouble is not in finding them out the trouble Is in living up to them after they have been found out I think we all of us know fairly well what qualities they are which in their sum make up the type of character we like to see in man or wife son or daugh ter but Lamafraidwe do not always see them as well developed as we would like to I wish to see in the average Ameri can citizen the development of the two sets of qualities on the one hand which make the men able to hold hU own and those which pn the other hand make him jealous for the rights of others just as much as for his own rights We must have both sets of qualities In the first place the man must have the power to thatrI do not care very much for the coward or the moral weakling r want each one of you boy sad the girls just u much and eseh of ywiy M uses and women to hits M qtolwii without wbidi c f people may be pleasant and amiable while things go well but without which they can not succeed in times of stern trial I wish to see iu the man math ness in the woman womanliness I wish to see courage perseverance the willing ness to face woe to face you men iiff necessary dangefTe determination not to shrink back when temporarily beaten in life as each one will be now and then but to come up main and wrest triumph from defeat I want to nee each man of you feel that his strength and courage but make him the worse unless to that strength and couiege are joined the qual ties of tendernesfloward those he loves who are dependent upon him and of righti dealing witliallI his neighbors Finally I wantjto congratulate you all on certain successes that we have achieved in the century and a quarter that has gone American life We have DYjour and we are a long way I do not see any immediat auger of our growing too good Theretji5ample room for effort left But we have achieved certain re suIts and We havetsucceeded in measur ably realizing liecain ideals We have grown to accept ftSan axiomatic truth of our American ilMfe that the man is to be treated on hia rtKth as aman without regard to the accidents of his position that this is npt a Government designed to favor the rich msfeas such or the poor than as such butfjtbat it is designed to favor every man + riqh or poor if he is a decent man who acts fairly by his fel lows We have grown to realize that part of the foundation upon which our liberty rests is ttfe rlght of each man to worship his Creator iaccording to the dictates of his cpnftcfeuce and the duty of each man to respect his fellow who so worships HlmAndoh my country men one of thebest auguries for the future of this rung for the future of this mighty audgaajesticj nation of ours lies in the fact thaf we have grown to regard one another thatwet brothers have grown to regard one mother with a broad and kindly chary and to realize that the field for hSmau endeavor is wide that the field 03S charitable philanthropic rellgiouSlwork is wide and that while a corneti retrains untilled we do a dreadful wrong if we fail to welcome the work iipri in that field by everyman no maUeriWbat his creed provided only he works wkiilaloftyj sense of his duty to God arid Sis duty to his neighbor ofiI SIX MiLLIONS r Left to byeMiss Sarah C Tracy of Nwtr or1iM+ Little is known outside of her own itn mediate neighborhood of Miss Sarah G Tracy for many years a devout attendant- at the Church of St Francis Xavier in West Thirteenth street York York City who died on November 9 and left a for tune estimated at 6000000 the greater part of which in her will she bequeathed to charity The bulk of the estate is left to Bishop P J Donahue of Wheeling the only instruction being that he have erected and maintained the following Institutions An industrial school for unfortunates in memory of her grandfather Keating RawsonAn asylum for poor boys under invocation of St Edward An orphan asylum for poor girls under invocation of St Catherine of Sienna Two orphan asylums in memory of her brother Edward Tracy v The will provides further for the erection of a church to the Blessed Virgin Mary Mother of God From the language of her will it is apparent that Miss Tracy intended that if Bishop Donahue should not survive long enough to do the work that the institutions be erected by Archbishop Par ley of the New York diocese In consideration of his performing the task laid out in her will she left to Bishop Dona hue 10000 in cash together with her household furniture library works of art and horses and carriages for the Bishops personal use To Patrick Mc Mahon her coachman for many years Miss Tracy left 1000 and to Mary Wet a cook 5000 and a gold watch SACRED HEART MISSION Tomorrow morning at the high mass at the Sacred Heart church will be com menced weeks mission It will be con ducted by the same eloquent priests who last week closed one of the most suc cessful missions ever held in Louisville The rector Rev Patrick Walsh has made every arrangement and it is hoped that every member of the congregation will make the mission and approach holy communion during the week The serv ices will be held at the usual hours every morningand evening and will conclude with the Papal benediction on the Sunday following This will be the first step before the consecration of the sacred edifice now practically out of debt and which will take place early next month WELCOME VISITORS Misses Eleanor and Catherine Con nelly two interesting and attractive young women from Waltham Mass arrived here Wednesday to spend ten days with their cousins the Misses ONell 520 West Breckinridge street The fair visitors are returning front the Wolds Pair where they spent the past two weeks Both are prominent in the elite society circler of Waltham and Boston recep1tiODlarrangedbyfavored the Kentucky Irish American with aTheakegiritsgcall end will be wel cosec au f C LABOR CAUSE Michael Davitt Tolls How It Prospers In Now Zen land Reform Was Started In 18O1 by John Ballance an Irishman Old Ago Pension For Workers and Easy Money From Government Banks INTERESTING ADDRESS IN GLASGOW Michael Davitt speaking of the labor cause at a recent very successful Irish demonstration ia Glasgow Scotland said It is only under the influence of home rule institutions that a labor party has risen to the level of government responsibility itf the history of the worlds politics We have recently had and I trust we will soon again see a labor ministry in power in the common wealth Of Australia Think of what this means by imagining King Edward VII having to send for John Burns or Kier Hardie to form a ministry of labor for Great Britain But Mr Watson late Premier of Australia is only an anti 1 podan John Burns an able honest capable leader and it was only under a home rule constitution the working classes of a great colonial community t have been able to do by organized action and political intelligence what has never been accomplished heretofore in any country in Christendom namely to place men direct from their own ranks at the head of the government of the i country in which they live and labor I But allow me to carry my Scotch andII English workingmen friends with me a I little farther in my comparison between 1 Mr Chamberlains Fiscalities and the principles and policy of home rule Let 1 me come down to concrete actualities I In 1801 John Ballance the son of an Ulster evicted tenant farmer became the J Prime Minister of the home rule colony in New Zealand He was a strong labor leader and an able reforwer He placed I prolabor men in power in place of pro I capitalist politicians and with what resutt NewZealalydtodapvJittheoaf 1 progressive country in the world Not a I single pauper can be found in the colony 1 There is a progressive income tax and land tax a taxation on land values a J local option law one man one vote with votes for women as for men There are old age pensions for workers a government bank direct advances of state money to land workers and others on I adequate security with many and vari ous other beneficial laws all passed with the purpose of minimising poverty among the people and with the object of making domestic government a state agency for promoting the material better ment and social wellbeing of all the 1 workers and all the taxpayers without I distinction of class interest or creed 1 Delendo est Carthago as old Cato once said to the Romans and we Irish men here tonight can say to the toiling millions of Great Britiau Look to t home rule in the colonies to see what British and Irish workers can obtain andI accomplish under the protection of its I laws and institutions in New Zealand and Australia and if the wage earners of these islands aspire to similar benefits and blessings they can be got and got I only from the triumph of home rule principles I in the political arena of Great Britian and Ireland J Mr Davitt who is now in San Fran I cisco made a short address expressing c his sympathy with organized labor andII was loudly applauded Tuesday by the American Federation of Labor which is holding its annual convention there I GOOD MEN AND TRUEJJ J Placed in Nomination Monday Night by Division 3 A O H The special notice issued by Secretary c Pat Welsh brought to the meeting ofjj Division 3 on Monday night the greatest number of members seen together for many months All were interested in the nomination of officers for the next term and when the adjournment tookII place every person felt tt no matter who were chosen the dlvjoiun would be placed in safe hands Among those of the old guard whose active part in the meeting was appreciated were Officer Pat Mullen Thomas Noon Mike Francis Lawrence Mackey Thomas Kennedy andI James McCue the faithful friend of the sick members The application of Jobni Cosgrove was received and Richard Mur phy and Michael Dugan were reported to be recovering from their illness An interesting communication was received from County Secretary Edward Keiran also one from State Secretary Hunt upon which favorable action was taken When the time f nominating officers arrived every seat was taken and much interest was manifest A high compli ment was paid ex County President Sullivan Lawrence Mackey and Secretary Patrick Welsh who asked that their I seuee be withdrawn for the Preeeaey j ar they favored tin ejection of Joseph 4 r Cooney the cigar manufacturer who hall rendered the division most valuable service as Vice President Those to be voted for at the next meeitng are PresidentJoseph Cooney Patrick Welsh Vice PresidentHugh Hourigan Pat rick Welsh Joseph Cooney Recording Secretaty John Morris Financial SecretaryPatrick King Treasurer D J Colewa- nSergeantatArmsJohn Riley SentinelPatrick Begley Standing Committee Thos Kennedy Lawrence Mackey John Corman Will lam Mullen Hugh Hourigan James Stephens National Director George Butler deliv ered a spirited address and was followed by Patrick Sullivan fficer Mullen the editor of this papered Pat Welch for eighteen years a member of Division 3 The latter complimented the division for its energy and the good nature of its members at meetings A suggestion that the famous Irish band and singers and dancers who will arrive in this country be invited to visit Louisville met with much favor DEATH CAME To Lawrence H Bell as a Re lief After Lonjl Suffer ing With Cancer The funeral of Lawrence H Bell whoI died on last Sunday at the home of hisI son J W Bell 211 West St Catherine street took place Tuesday morning fromI St Louis Bertrand church and was largely attended by friends of the de ceased Mr Bell who was born in Memphis Tenn about fiftyeight years ago came to Louisville after the close of the war between the States He hadI served in the Confederate army with credit He was a printer and for years J was the owner of the Catholic Advocate which suspended publication about ten years ago Mr Bell was a charter mem ber of the Catholic Knights of America and of the Catholic Knights and Ladies andwas identified with these organiza tions for many years He is survived byI his father John Bell an oldtime printerI who lives at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital and by five children one of them being a member of the order of Little Sisters of the Poor now stationed in Brooklyn N Y Mr Bells wife diedI over a year ago Deceased had a wide acquaintance and was highly esteemed byI those who enjoyed his intimate acquaint slice The immediate cause of his death 1lchhmore For three months past he hadI been confined 16 his room He bore hisI sufferings with Christian resignation May his soul rest in peace MAYORS OF CITIES Receive Larger Salarles Than Do Many of the State- Executives The standard of salaries of Mayors of American cities is generally high com pared with the pay of members of Con gress members of the various State Legis latures and of the Cabinet and of State officers generally The Mayor of Louisville receives 5000 a year which is the same salary paid to the Governor of Kentucky No Stae county or city official in this State can receive more than 5000 a year under a provision of the constitution The Mayor of New York receives 15 000 5000 more than the Governor The salary of the Mayor of Philadelphia is 12000 2000 more than is paid the Governor of Pennsylvania The salary of the Mayor of Boston is 10000 2000 more than is paid the Governor of Massachusetts The Mayor of San Prancisco receives 6000 the amount paid the Governor of California Denver pays its Mayor 5000 while Colorado pays its Governor the same amount St Louis pays its Mayor 5000 the same salary paid the Governor of Missouri The salary of the Mayor of Chicago is 10000 the Governor of Illinois is paid 6000 New Orleans pays its Mayor 6000 a year Cincinnati and Cleveland have the same rate of pay AleghenylCity pays 7500 and Baltimore the same The Mayors of Jersey City Buffalo Provi dence Newark and Detroit receive 5000 a year each The Mayor of New Haven receives 3000 and the Mayor of Worcester Mass 2500 the Mayor of Minneapolis 2000 the Mayor of Birmingham 1500 and the Mayor of Dallas 1000 CATHOLIC KNOUTS MEETING President McGinn and Secretary Dig nan have issued a call for a special meeting of the members of Branch 24 C K of A to be held Sunday evening in Ber OalfFinalI assessment the members will pay and the result forwarded to the Supreme officers on Monday It is therefore important that every member should be present FAITHFUL SERVICE REWARDED James Fitzpatrick for thirtyfour years a brave and faithful member of the Lou isville police force was placed op thei retired list Wednesday by the Board of Public Safety with a pension of bat- pay f During his long service he ha l watched beats ia all parts of the city aadI hUjI ity to duty R n i i NEW LEADERS Twenty Names Have Boon Re j cently Added to the Amos can Hierarchy r 0 The Four Archbishops Lately Named by Pope Are All Notable Men Three of the New Bishops Aro Both Able and Eloquent Preachers f OUR BISHOP THE OLDEST LEFT n Twenty new names have been added to the roll of the Roman Catholic hierarchy recently The preconization by the Pope at the consistory of November 15 of changesthatmen with new ideals new vigor and new personalities may mean for the church in Archbishopsof Milwaukee Moeller of Cincinnati mightbeappointments are quite recent Farjey of New York Quigley of Chicago and Montgomery Coadjutor of San Fran ciscowho are forces that will have to be reckoned with in the future duringtheexpositionhaveplayed by Archbishop Glennon whose handsome boyish face gives no inkling leadershipheis the coming n anhas been heard from observant visitors more than once Archbishop Messmer of Milwaukee too has already shown what a positive championedtheBishop McFaul his old associate at Seton Hall and the federation has come about On the public questions of the day he is publicationHe thefuneralnati on November STafid he frankly said lse5cilitnci f v citizen to be at home He was quite as frank in his advocacy of President Roose velts election As the new leader of the church he is certainly not wanting in those vigorous attributes that arouse enthusiasm in loyal following He is at present waging an active battle against provinceAsmay be said that he is the only member of the hierarchy who wears a beard With the death on November 1 of the venerable Archbishop Elder of Cincin t nati there passed away the last of the strong able and learned Bishops of the generations that followed the pioneers of the American hierarchy There is now no one left even near that age except perhaps Bishop William George 9 McCloskey of the See of Louisville of organIzedLong Island an alumnus of the Old Mountain when the influence of Brute and Dubois was still felt first rector of BishopMcCloskey constructive era of the Catholic church in the United States and repeat the old classical sentence All of which I saw and part of which I was Monsignor Elders successor at Cincin nati Archbishop Moeller made an excellent record while Bishop of Colum bus and will no doubt Improve It in his newer and larger field of administration Archbishop Hartys stay in Manila has as yet been too short to afford him the opportunities to accomplish all that a his admirers have hoped but his progress has been well on to success The new Bishops who have been recently appointed to fill vacancies or new sees are- William Stang Pall River Mass INCMont Joseph J Fox Green Bay Wis J B Delaney Manchester K H Cornelius Van de Ven Nachitoches La John Carroll Helena Mont James Davis Coadjutor with right of succession to the Bishop of Davenport Ia and Titular Bishop of Milopotamus Thomas F LUlls Leavenworth Kas J J Hartley Columbus Ohio Thomas F Cusack Auxiliary Bishop of New York and Titular Bishop of Tcmlsoyra Charles J OReilly Baker City Ore Charles H Colton Buffalo N Y J F Regis Cancvln Coadjutor and Administrator of Pittsburg Pa andtRoxer of the Philippine dioceses In the new Bishops appointed it is noted that the Pope has signalized hit admiration of active preachers by tarn ing three of them Bishops Cuiack Stang and Delaney have worked in the mission bands of secular clergy ia their respective dioceses Three also have onedl Soon another name will be added 1to the above net as aCoadjfctor will be ap YeDeeb1cMAdof c 7- t r4 Iii iTJE d t Y t rTTi NTUCKY IRI4t J RIOA w St KENTUCKY IRISH MERIGflN NNNINININIIINNI111111 j evoted to the Moral sad Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO IUIJLISHEftSII SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY gc Bettered at the Louisville Postofflce as Secotid CtsssMatter ldaeu1I COllaJ llicalloni to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Qrecn Street UNION jIJtaEIj UNCIL NOVEMBER 26 1904 I IhhUNEWSPAPERSfIn the course Trinity church in New Albany last Sunday the rector Rev John B Kelly one of the leading priest in Indiana urged upou the embers of his congregation the necessity of subscribing for at least one Catholic newspaper The reveren 3gentleman said he would not go s far as to recommend any particular paper but every Catholic family he said should take one in order to be posted about current events The Catholic paper he said migh not have in it the society gossip of the day like the big Sunday papers but it had better and more whole some things for the edification or entertainment of its readers Father Kelly is the spiritual adviser of one of the most intelligent and influen Jialt congregations in the Hoosie r State and It is said that most of the members of his congregatioi take at least one Catholic paper The advice of Father Kelly to his parishioners applies to all the con gregations in Louisville The mem bets should subscribe for sow Catholic newspaper as it costs littl and its influence is for Rood Ware proud to say that Father Kelly is one of our old subscribers DISGRACE THE SCHOOLS Never before in Louisville wer 4 such disgraceful scenes enacted as those perpetrated Thursday nigh by the hoodlum ptudents of the Male High School and Manua r Training School Would it not be better for some of the professor who are constantly attending con ventions and flying about the coun try to remain longer at home and teach the young ruffians bette mannersManager Macauley is in nowise to blame for the disturbance they N created nor the annoyance they gave his patrons Here is a chance r for some excellent work on the part of the Citizens Leigue Look after the youth and the mat will be all right We are glad to say the boys from our Catholic educational institutions can not be charged with any such conduct Their superiors would not tolerate it for an instant It is a pity the ti police did not arrest the whole bunch of offenders tiHONOR TO JUSTICE RODMAN Justice of the Peace W E Rod man of Owensboro has a high view of the sacredness of the mar riage relation On Wednesday of this week a couple applied to him to be married Knowing the parties c he inquired of the groom W P Hungate if he were not a Catho lic The reply was that he had been reared a Catholic and that his intended bride Mrs Laura Bollington was also a Catholic- If you were both Protestants Mid Justice Rodman I would unite you in marriage but I am a Catholic myself and the church teaches that marriage is a sacra ment and should be performed by a priest My conscience will not allow me to marry you I would advise that you go to a Catholic priestThe action of Magistrate Rod man was commendable Other Catholic Justices of the Peace i- nV Kentucky should follow his ex ample Even Protestants commend I Justice Rodman for his action in r this case They commend him for his respect for the marriage rela tion The incident has attracted R more than local interest because of Justice Rodman outspoken and manly vterw OB the atlerednearof- the a auwrUgt relation u C I- 7u 1 INCONSISTENT f After the prize exhibition of brutality displayed in the football contest here Thanksgiving day we have to pause and wonder if the same Reformers Club which stop ped glove contests is dead or only sleeping We are a great believer in athletics but wonder why the line is drawn at glove contests and not at football The percentage of accidents and fatalities in the latter is just about 75 per cent more than the former and in addition to this no one ever witnessed several physi cians with their instrumeht cases at the ring contests held here last win ter as was the case at the High School Manual football game As slated before we are not opposed to football but do question the judgment of the citizens and min isters who made such a fight on glove contests It looks to us like a case of glaring inconsistency The Kentucky Irish American has always fell that its readets took a personal interest in its success and has always been glad to hear that they remember the advertisers who patronize its columns On the other hand we are sure they will be interested to know when we and they are discriminated against by advertisers The Hartman Furniture Company is a special offender in this particular having what we presume to be a boycott on us and our readers as this firm persistently refuses to put their goods before our readers in the advertising columns President Roosevelts address on the occasion of the celebration of the anniversary of St Patricks church in Washington last Satur day which we publish elsewhere in this issue indicates that the President is a broad minded and fair man and intends to give everybody including Catholics a square deal Catholics ask no fav ors but they are grateful for a square deal which has not always been accorded to them by Presidents and lesser lights The sen timents contained in the Presidents address are wholesome Catholics the world over are pre paring for the celebration of the jubilee of the Immaculate Conception pn December 8 Fifty years ago the formal dogmatic decree was made in Rome of the doctrine and the anniversary is to be made mem arable in the churchs history by special devotions to the Mother Im maculate Special indulgences have been granted by the Holy See to those who participate in the special devotions and it is now time for the Cqtholies of Louisville to prepare for the event Despite all efforts of his opponents it appears that Congressman Kehoe is reelected in the Ninth Kentucky district In numerous precincts the election law was violated and the returns not made within the required time Vhich indicates that illegal methods were resorted to Congressman Kehoe has a clear majority of 177 votes and it is not thought Judge Bennett will make any further contest Greater and saner persons than Mary Gwendolin Caldwell have left the Catholic church audit has sur vived the shock Miss Caldwell now the Marquise de Monstiers it may be observed has not made any statement for publication leaving that for the Marquis The latter seems to be short of funds and when some people are hard up for money they commence abusing the Prope c jJ I 1c he plan to remove the Louis ville Industrial School of Reform from within the city limits to a large farm in the country is an ex cellent one The intention is to have the inmates of the schoolwork on a large tract of land and thus benefit themselves and the institution Mayor Grainger evolved the plan and deserves credit for pushing it through Those newspapers that have been finding fault with the Louisville police department had little to say of the good work of the detec tive department in recovering the jewelry taken from the trunk of Mrs Samuel Holley and the cap ture of the thief Strange it is how real news escapes them WINS LOVELY WIFE The surprise of the week is the an nouncement of the marriage of Miss Nellie Sexton and William Raftery which THANKSGIVING WEEK BRIDE Mrs William Raftery nee Nellie Sexton was quietly solemnized Tuesday evening at Holy Cross church Rev Father Cun ningbam tying the nuptial knot The bride is the charming daughter of Mrs Mary Sexton 718 Oldham street and ia sister to Dan and John Sexton of the Louisville police department She 1Is well known and popular in society circles and the news that she had surren dered her heart caused no little surprise to her host of admirers and friends The Incky groom is being congratulated on all sides on winning so lovely a bride He is a shipping clerk for the Belknaj Company and stands high in Main stree business circles With hosts of other we join in wishing them a pleasant voy age oer the matrimonial sea They an at home to their friends at 1316 Wes Broadway JOYFUL MEETING Third Annual Banquet of the Alumnae of Presentation Academy The Alumnae of the Presentation Academy held its third annual banque at that institution Wednesday evening and the occasion was indeed a mos joyous one The dining hall and table were handsomely decorated with ever greens and chrysanthemums and covers were laid for thirtyfour Mrs A J Metzger bore the honor of toast mistress and presented Misses Sadie C Doyle Margaret C Hannan and Bessie C Fitz gerald who entertained the guests with splendid toasts Miss Sadie Doyle expressed some beautiful thoughts ot Jubilee of the Dogma of the Immaculate Conception and Mrs Margaret Hannan cordially welcomed in her toast The Old and the New Girls the class of 1904 to which Miss Bessie Fitzgerald as a member of that class graciously responded As souvenirs ol the banquet pretty calendars of the new year were given to the alumnae We extend our thanks and best wishes tu the Superioress and teachers of the Presentation Academy and trust that our alumnae will have as bright a future is the past has been and will be favored with success in whatever work it may undertake A C R DANGER POINT PASSED William Bosler Jr son of Police Court Bailiff Billy Bosler who underwent an operation for appendicitis at Notre Dame College where he is finishing his incation has passed the danger point and will soon be entirely well Isis father and mother were with him and brought home the welcome news Young baler is one of the most promising students in Notre Dame and his illness reatly alarmed his teachers and class lates MADE FINE TRIP John J Maloney Southern represen alive of the big American Cotton Mills Company of Boston and New York arrived here Sunday from air extended rip through the Southern and Western States He booked more and larger orders than ever before and reports business good everywhere especially in Tennessee and Arkansas The only drawback vas the scarcity of men for the country listricts where high wages are now being dfered for all kinds of labor FORTY flOURS Tomorrow at the high orals at the dihedral the forty hoars devotion will beciatattd continue until Tuesday This i ike Srt 8gadyinAdventand doubt iJU who aaw iI attend this devotion ad MI IIkobCOIDllaio 8 u- U G f j a I S0GIETVI9I John Tule of Ohio spent several daysI here this week visiting relatives Mrs Ella Broderick has returned from a pleasant visit to friends at Bardstowu Joseph Hubbuch Sr has been bavin a good time and rest at West Bade Springs e Miss Elenora Sclianlie is home from a delightful trip to St Louis the World Fair and other points in the West Phil Hollcnbacb Frank Senn and Jacob Ambrosius were among this week sojourners at West Baden Springs Philip Pogue and little daughter Gene vieve have been spending a pleasan week at their old home at Madison Ind Lft tf = T Mrs Margaret Murphy and daughter Miss Lillie and Miss Marie Colson are home after a delightful visit with Mrs William Murphy at Bloomfield William J Connelly of 1710 Seventh street has been ill for the past few days Wills many friends hope to soon have his genial face amongst them once more HarryJ Angermeier the capable and goodnatured paying teller of the Ger Bank who has been spending the week at the Worlds Fair will arrive home tomorrowMr Mrs E S Mouohan left Sun day night for Washington to spend Tbanksgivingweek with their son John Monohan who is completing his educa tion at the university there ivpi Miss Jeau McCann one of the most popular young women in JeiTersonville society circles left Wednesday to upend Thanksgiving as the guest of her sister Mrs AmytGrifHtb at Columbus Ind =St Marys church in New Albany was the scenefof a pretty wedding Tuesday morningJwhen Miss Anna Fetter becam the bride of Joseph Renn Both are wel known and popular and a large gather ing of friends witnessed their union Edward Very and Miss Anna Belvl were married Wednesday morning at St Marys church in New Albany the Rev Father Borries performing the ceremony The bride and groom have a wide circle of friends whose best wishes will follow them through life Edward Lee and Miss Carrie Fetter a well known young couple of New Albany celebrated Thanksgiving by being married at 6 oclock in the morning at St Marys church Rev Dean Fallei performing the ceremony that made them one The news was a welcome surprise to many of their friends Tnere is great rejoicing in the home of Philip Ackerman Jr 2521 West Walnn street over the arrival from Babyland of a lovely little girl The pretty and wel come little visitor made her appearance at the right time to be a prominent figure in the Thanksgiving festivities arranged for the amiable and happy parents Wednesday morning a pretty girl baby arrived to bless the home of Harry Jacol and wife 1203 East Lampton street and ever since the proud father has been wearing the smile that wont come off There will be a big celebration when the christening takes place at which one of the prominent personages will be Uncle John Martel of New Albany Thanksgiving brought happiness to many young people among them John Boyle and Carrie Vogle James Tuler and Julia Croghan T Sullivan and Catherine OLeary Samuel Rhodes and Elizabeth Fitzgibbons Thomas Beha and Mary Hoertz and Patrick Hanlon and Louise Mattingly who that day joined them lives in the holy bonds of wedlock The many friends of Miss Rena Lee one ofthe most popular young girls of New Albauy will be pained to learn that she is ill at her home 1215 Dewey street suffering from an attack of typhoid fever Miss Lee had been visiting friends at Frankfort pnd it is thought that while there she contracted the dread disease Word was received here yesterday that the attack was light and her speedy recovery was looked for The many friends of Miss Louise Mat tingly the accomplished daughter of Mrs Emma Mattingly and popular in musical circles and Patrick Hanlon manager of one of the departments of the Continental Tobacco Company will be surprised to learn of their marriage which took place Wednesday evening The ceremony was a quite one and was witnessed by only a few intimate friends After January 1 the happy pair will beat home to their friends at 013 West St Catherine street One of the notable weddings of the week was solemnized Wednesday at noon at St Williams church The con ranting parties were Miss Alice Deveney and Joseph Schmitt and the ceremony was performed by Rev Denis Murphy tars Edward Dalton was matron of honor and Henry Schmitt best marl The ceremony was largely attended by friends of the happy couple who were ushered by Messrs Frank Huber Charles Leffert Edward Lang and George Snyder After the wedding dinner the bride and groom left for the Worlds Fair where they are spending their honeymoon Martin Callahan and Miss Katie Smith the handsome and amiable daughter of Lawrence Smith Superintendent of the ChessWymond Cornjiatay were married with nuptial mass Wednesday morning at St Louis Bcrtranda Rev Father Flopd being the officiating clergyman Upon leaving the ichurch the bridal party re paired te the home of the fidesparents 2019 Fifth street where at elegant wfid dug bfMkfMt was crowd after welch tin happy OMid left for all ttlMfJ I II 0- b c Wh07rvI7n n 1 WELL TRUST TO YOUR DECISION B Here are the goods Here are the prices You know what you want Be just as critical and exacting C4 as you like If its Furniture carpets or Stoves find out the cheapest the cheap stores are offering mat line then come 10 us Note the construction make material finish and prices and then when you come to us to examine the solid substantial kind Well leave the result entirely with you Bucks Hot Blast 15 to 27 CASH OR TIME The best heating stove on earth Burns slaCk better than any other stove Consumes all smoke and andr Bucks Range 2750 100 CASH 50 CTS WEEK Think of Itthe best Range on earth as cheap as others sell tin ranges This range is equipped with every feature of the great White Enameled line IN THE WORLD 633 635 637 639 KY E rT r A T honeymoon trip to Canada and New York Messrs Tom Callahan and Prank Smith were the ushers The groom is the popular Superintendent of the K 8i I terminals at Seventh and Magnolia Upon their return they will reside at 625 West Magnolia street and will be at home to their friends after December 12 In the presence of a large gathering of friends and relatives the marriage of Miss May Lardner and William Leachman was solemnized last Tuesday morning at St Georges church Rev George Weiss was the of the nuptial mass and pronounced the words that united forever the happy young couple Upon arrival at the church the organist played a wed ding march while the bridal party were the altar brilliantly illumi nated and banked with plants and flowers escorted by Messrs Will Lardner and Sam Kurtz The bride is the lovely daughter of John Latdner 1610 Eighteenth street and is one of a family of handsome and popular girls Will Leach man is a well known and successful em ploye of the Louisville Nashville rail road The ceremony was followed by a wedding breakfast at the Lardner home After a wedding trip the happy couple will reside at Sixth and L streets where they will be at home after December 1 DEATHS George B Corrigan a well known and respected citizen of the East End died at the family residence 1111 Underhill street last Saturday morning The deceased Is survived by a wife and child and was an uncle of Mrs John Seiberz The funeral took place from St Aloysius church Monday morning at 930 oclock The remains of Patrick Mooney who met with an accidental death while at work at the Cincinnati gas works last Sunday were brought here for burial and the funeral was held from St Pat ricks church Deceased was a brother of Mrs John Keane and Miss Mary Morton of this city and Mrs Jerry OLeary of Cincinnati Six years ago he came to Louisville leaving an aged mother in Ireland and while here he made many friends He was a sober and industrious man and his death is deeply regretted by all who knew him Michael Murphy an old and highly respected member of St Aloysius parish and well known resident of the High lands passed peacefully to his eternal reward Sunday evening at the family residence 1312 Rogers street He was a native of Ireland and one of that class of good men who are too soon passing away He was a loving husband indulgent father and kind neighbor and his death caused feelings of profound sorrow The funeral took place Tuesday morning with high mass of requiem celebrated by his confessor and close friend Rev Father OGrady Besides his wife he leaves a son John Murphy the candy manufac turer PLEASING The concert given last Sunday night at Masonic Theater by the EichharnKollros military band and an artUtic success and greatly pleased the large attdiMM Vjaty laves xpfMd me Ivop teat be soon livci It- F U c r DINING TABLES 785CASH OR TIME For a beautiful solid Golden Oak to 6 feet Has 6 inch fancy legs massive and well finished Equal to any 112 table offered elsewhere CHINA qic QCS P OO CASH OR TIME A beautifully polished case made of select quarll red and polished oak It is 68 inches high and has French plate mirror 6x16 inches The ends are bent glass We Resrve and Store All Holiday Goods Selected Delivery FreeII HOUSEFURN1SHERS RHODESBURFORD FURNITURE CO WEST MARKET STREET LOUISVILLE celebrant approaching RECENT CONCERT Orckutrawal anotSkVWJH Tableextends CLOSET 21ltACAVLEYSI Tuesday and Wednesday evenings and Wednesday matinee JEANNE TOWLER in IRIS Thursday Friday and Saturday Even ings and Saturday Matinee HARRY BERESFORD Our New Man HOPKINSMarket Street near Second New Theater built for comfort and safety Week Commencing Sunday Matinee Nov 13 TWO SHOWS DAILY FIRST APPEARANCE HERE CHARJMIONQUEEN Willie Zimmerman portrait specialty Trovolo Ventriloquist Lavender and Tomson comedy sketch Musical Gool mans instrumentalists Marcus and Gar telle skatorial rollerism Ziska and King comedy magicians and the Bio graph new moving pictures BUCKINGHAMWEEK Matinee Sunday Monday Wednesday Sttn- tdayTHEIMPERIAL BURLESQ VERSe Three Big Shows in One Farce comedy The Gay Widow Brown and a big vaudeville and bur lesque bi- llLEO Fo BROWN 809 WEST CHESTNUT STREET Real Estate Agent List your property with me You will get good returns with small chargesI Buying and Selling of Property a Specially Home Phone 3698j GRAND BAZARII The bazar given last week for Mackin Council was well attended every night and about 1200 was realized The com c mittee that had it in charge deserve great praise for their work All the members are delighted with the result which insures handsome furnishings Only two prizes remain to be called for = His many CONDITION IMPROVEDII I Louisville diocese will rejoice to learn that there has been a slight change for the better in the condition of Rev Father Westerman the beloved pastor of St IL Marys church on Eighth street Three weeks ago the reverend gentleman suffered an attack of rheumatism that hasp since confined him to his bed While his condition was at no time critical his friends were somewhat alarmed until the change for the better was announced TRINITY GROWINGC There was a big turnout of members MondayI night at tie raeetiag of Trinity CMiieil Y AtIewltrf HMHI J A T- hn Bucks Oak Heater 398 4 CASH OR TIME A very neat and efficient heater Has blued steel body and corru gated firepot nickeled foot rails and swing top with nickeled urn SIDEBOARDS 985 and upCASH OR TIME A Solid Oak Sideboard at the above price We have by far the biggest line in town and our prices are lower than the lowest Dont fail to see them n LARGEST 4 631 IF YOUEXPECT TO NEED A PIANO IN THE NEXT YEAR IF WILL BE THE HEIGHT OF- EXTRAVAGANCE NOT TO BU- YNOWNPRICES LOWER THAN THEY HAVE BEEN BEFORE IN MANY YEARS WE MANUFACTURE BOTH PIANOS AND ORGANS AND CAN SAVE YOU ONE PROFIT- WILL PAY YOU TO INVESTIGATE EASY TERMS D H BALDWIN GO 1 I 529531 FOURTH AVE BALDWIN ELLINGTON VALLEY GEM HOWARD and HAMILTONPIANOS AUGUST JOHN OETKENBROSNEW IININIIIININIINNIIN- Sixth and Kentucky Sts Fresh Meats Vegetables Fruits and a full line of Fine Groceries GIVE US A XAI- HENRYH R Y A1J1A J PPULSU lS DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED 6J552B Fifth Street Hebemann A J Schweers S P Barrett Thomas Murray John Flynn Lawrence Worand C A Leahy Richard Hill F Pilson and E Pilson were given the obligation Emmet Slattery reported the success of the literary and musical entertainment and resolutions oa the dwtk ofAr hbhop IJkler were adopted ensdpreii N tlM1 ati ettkecouncth- U IJI nu A 1 1 FNTUCKY JRISH AMERIOANtt- T tratf THE HENDERSON ROUTE 1J Worlds Pair 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 oil through trains to St Louis Nos 41 and 44 are solid vestibuled trains composed of combination baggage and coach free reclining chair car Pullman observation parlor car and diner meals ala carte Runs through solid Louisville to St Louis Nos 45 and 46 are composed of vestibuled reclining chair cars seats free and Pullman sleepers City ticket t office 230 Fourth Avenue Union Depot Seventh and Water Streets L j Irwin I Genl Pass Agent E M Womack City Pass Agent G H Baker City Ticket b Agent A J Crone Ticket Agent Union Depot HHH 11 1 11 1 1 H+H 1 11 1 +11 1 IIIHuIIII 1 11 HulIlI I l J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB DIRECTORStAND EMBALMERS 1- Crrl STREETSnort l II 1 HIuI I 11+1 MHMIM1 I I I III I I I I j SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her tyamtna to I I CHICAGOON IlJS IurounbmmllR b- Y In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Paswnger Agent- C H ROCKWELL Traffic Manager W H McDOEL Preside and General Manager 1qr FRflNK FEHR BREWING 60 INCORPORATED I Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY KATIE AGUES SMITH Formerly of Gran W Smiths Sons LADY EMBALMER Washing and dressing ladies and chil dren a specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reasonable prices All calls answered promptly day or night Home phdne 1077 Office 052 Fifth Street Both Phones 1180 Established 1863 JOHN 8 1 RTTERMAN Successor to Mrs George Ratterman FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER Carriages furnished for all occasions Alljcalls promptly attended to day or night 1119 W MARKET ST PIR MANDRIOI SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 ud 207 WEST OREEN ST c BIG FOUR THE BEST LINE T- OIndianapolis Peoria Chicago AND All POINTS IK INDIANA and S MICHIGAN Clevelandd Buffalo New York BostonA- ND 1 ALL POINTS EAST Information cheerfully furnished OB BigrJiir Route Mt FourthAva or write to r rihttAgrt PAwsgr Antt E7 3- o e WHEN NEEDING A CARRIAGETRY Da Ja LUCEY Residence i1112l Zane St Home Phone 5036 Stand 5th and Jefferson Home Phone 2821 Carriage No8 CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jeflerson St Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed PT ARCHER Out Door and Flashlight Photography Home Phone 6709 Room 44 Courier Journal Building WINES LIQUORS CIGARS S VALS SALOONVAL Hot Lunch 030to2J2J2 V GREEN ezT DRINK fl611r11 6 mmBOTTLED BY HENRY C LAUER 407EMt Itj riLrtaIioM HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 3 of Hartford Conn is giving a fair this week at which the first prize is a free trip to Ireland Organizer Sheehan is now in Ohio wherehe will work for some time before returning to San Francisco Mrs Catherine Laney of Buffalo State President of the Ladies Auxiliary has been spending some time in New York City endeavoring to organize eleven new divisions ItI She was assisted by Mrs Connelly the State Treasurer The Catholic Sun says the Ladies Auxiliary recently organized in St Cecil las parish in Syracuse is one of the most promising young divisions in that section Miss Margaret Sheridan the Presi dent says they are determined to add fifty new members to the roll before January 1 The Hibernians and Ladies Auxiliary had two handsome booths adorned in green and white at the fair given last week for the benefit of St Agnes church at Utlca N Y Originality was shown in the arrangement of the one directed by tbe men which was in the nature of a tin shop and bore the sign Cony Mc Graw Irish Tinker State President Regan Minneapolis is an address to the members of Division 1 at Duluth said that during the past two years the ranks of the order in Min nesota had been increased about 3000 and it is now the intention to make a still larger increase before the next State convention He also commended the insurance feature of the order and said this part of the order was in excellent condition TheJtCounty Board of Omaha Neb has decided to donate a handsome Ameri can flag valued at 175 to the division initiating the largest number of appli cantsgbetween November 1 1004 and March 1 1005 The board also decided to donate to each division two prizes5 badge or pin and 250 badge or plnto be given to the two members of the division securing and having initiated the largest number of applicants between Novem ber 1 1004 and March 1 1005 County President Quinn must soon an nounce the names of his four Division Deputies The law calls for their appoint ment within thirty days after his installa tion and each must be a competent member versed in the laws and customs of the order but not officers of the divis ions towhich they are assigned It is the duty of the Division Deputy to install the officers and see that the laws and usages of the order be enforced and to report quarterly to the County President as to his findings in the division and to per form any other duties assigned him by the County President in the division of which he is deputy Nobody who comes in touch with the Ancient Order of Hibernians can doubt the sterling Catholicity of the members of that great and growing organization As a writer in n contemporary remarked the other day from the day the candidate crossesjlhe threshold of the order he feels that be has come in contact with the lie ing realities of the church acting through one of her approved organizations The atmosphere that envelops him is redolent with Catholicity of a practical type Re spect for the church authority has been a precious heritage in the organization In the vicissitudes that years ago overtook the order its loyalty was severely tried but the ordeal only served to bring out in bold relief its unshaken reverence for the mandates of ecclesiastical superiors It has proved its sturdy faith in prosperous days by compliance with the precept whichurges men to regulcrly draw near and drink of the fountain of strength raised up by Christ in His chtrchPitts burg Observer IN THE ALPS Statue of the Blessed Virgin Erected 13170 Feet Above the Sea An aluminum statue of the Holy Virgin now crowns the snowcovered pinnacle of the Dent du Geant Switzerland at a height of 13170 feet above the sea Father Louis Ciapassou cure of Cour mayeur known all over Switzerlandas the mounting climbing priest has collected theJmoney to have the statue made and accompanied by three fellow priests and several guides he himself erected the monument on the mountain top after nearly losing his life in the attemptOver lOver the slippery icebound rocks the to climb across unsafe snow andIIof a house they wended their way with their burden clinging for life to ropes fixed to iron stanchions in the rocks To add to the dangers a furious snow storm came on and several times the guides bearing the statue were nearly swept from the mountain side but at last they succeeded in reaching the sum mitIn the midst of a snowstorm great holes were drilled in the rock to receive the iron supports of the statue and two hours later the statue of the Virgin was securely fixed on its mountain pedestal Then on the edge of the precipice with the snowstorm still raging the Vicar of Courmayeur Father Vesan attached by two strong ropes to the face of the rock performed mass more than once Interrupted by the fury of the elements ADMIRAL A CATHOLIC Admiral Togo of the Japanese navy according to the Westminster Gazette is a Catholic He studied bit profession in England and after directing 14e attention to the erkltflces of CbriMUiilty twcatne a coawt to the Catholic faitki White he I Mwdi d at Woolwich Sag be frafttMtUy sa Med at sssn o 4 rC e4 Mens 750 Suits and OvercoatsFor 5 H S M and other 15 Overcoats F- orioI Thanksgiving specials continued for to- dayLEWS THIRD AND MARKET MAY LOSE LEG Patrolman John Dolan Stead ily Improving at Clfy Hospital Patrolman John Dolan who was thought to be fatally shot and has been at the City Hospital for three months is now reported to be steadily improving For several weeks his life was despaired of but his robust constitution and deter mination to live have at last won the victory There has been a favorable change in his condition and his physi cians feel greatly encouraged but Do lans host of friends will be pained to learn that it may be necessary to ampu tate his leg before he can recover com pletely At present the unfortunate officer is too weak to undergo the opera tion Dolan was shot while trying to quell a disturbance in a saloon at Mel wood and Story avenues POWERS BAND COMINO A musical feast is promised Irish Americans in the near future as Powers Irish Band is now being organized in Ireland for the purpose of a tour of America This band will be composed of the finest musicians in Ireland and andwill also include Gaelic singers harpists Irish pipers and dancers The band which will number about fifty people will tour Ireland and will arrive in New York early in January The tour will include the principle cities of the United States and will appear in most places under the auspices of the Irish societies The object of the man agement is to demonstrate to the Ameri can public that Ireland can boast of having sent to this country one of the finest musical organizations that has ever visited the United States We would suggest that the Hibernians bring this organization to Louisville for at least two performances MANUALS COACH Coach William OSullivan who achieved such success with the Manuel School football team is a graduate of Holy Cross College and is now studying dentistry here Mr OSulllvans home is in Biddeford Me but he is well acquainted here having made many friends during his stay in this city- MACAULEYS Miss Jeanne Towler in iriswiU be the attraction at Macauleys the first half of next week The play is by Pinero and portrays the character of a weak woman who conies to grief because of her indolent luxury loving nature Harry Beresford in Our New Man will fill out the rest of the week with the usual Saturday matinee MASONIC The Sign of the Cross one of the most successful religious dramas ever written will be next weeks attraction at the Masonic Theater This great play has been seen in the principal cities of the country and has enjoyed phenomenal success It will be presented here by a large and competent company with mag nificent costumes and stage settings HOPKINS THEATER Charmion the queen of the trapeze who heads next weeks bill at Hopkins Theater is claimed to be the most per fectly developed woman in the world Her feats are daring especially the one when she disrobes in the presence of the audience The olio arranged for the week is perhaps the best thus far this season and includes rare comedy ventriloquism magic and the ever popular biograph in dew moving pictures- BUCKINOHAM The Imperial Burlesqutrs as good a show as will be seen here this season willl be next weeks offering at the Buck ingham farce comedy vaudeville and burlesque and fine stage settings should attract crowded bouses nightly The costumes are fresh and pretty thfe songs of the sort that please and the comedian are ridiculontly fanny Resides the ono k entertaining and costalns s uie ves tares We dfo 4w 1 johpsitdinqn n r IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Belfast has contributed 1250 to the Irish party fund this year Prof Gilligan of St Malachys Col lege Belfast has died from the effects a cycling accident ofI The Irish Forestry Society paid a on last Saturday to Doneraile County Cork at the invitation of Lord Castle town President of the society Notice of motion has been given atthe Limerick corporation that the freedom of the city be conferred on John E Red mond M P and John OCallaghan of BostonAt annual meeting of the Munster branch of the Irish Rugby Union held in Limerick J F McAuley was selected as their representative on the Irish Selection CommitteeOn last at St Marys Hall Belfast a most attractive Gaelic Indus trial exhibition was opened A large and representative assemblage attended the proceedingsAt of the North Donegal Executive United Irish League further steps were adopted to give John Dillon an enthusiastic reception on the occasion of his visit to Irishowen On Tuesday the ceremony of planting a tree took place in the grounds of the Spa Hotel Lucan to commemorate the inception of the movement for the estab lishment of an arbor day in Ireland The Westport Guardians are drawing the attention of the Government to the failure of the crops in the union and asking that remunerative works be started to relieve the distress of the people Some doubt has been expressed as to the precise politics of Arnold White who intends to contest North Derry The Duke of Bedford has emphatically declared that that gentleman is a Unionist- A Nationalist demonstration was held at Belmullet the chief speaker being Denis Kilbride M P Reference was made in the speeches and resolutions to the total failure of the potato crop in ErrisOn Tuesday a Nationalist demonstra tion took place in Ballyshannon County Donegal The enthusiastic assemblage was addressed by Swift MacNeill M P who delivered a stirring and eloquent addressWilliam OBrien M P writes to the Times to protest against the recent sug gestion of its Cork correspondent in reference to the possible proclamation of the Riverstown disttict under the coercion act At the inquest into the explosion at the Bank of Ireland Dublin the jury in a opiniou explosive should not have been so easily accessible to the public Two Irish plays were successfully pro duced at the Molesworthstreet Hall Dublin under the auspices of the Cumann na Gaedheal The results of various literary competitions promoted by the so ciety were also announced On Monday at a meeting of the Belfast Executive United Irish League further arrangements were made for the ap preaching Nationalist demonstration in the northern capital which will be addressed by Messrs Redmond Dillon and Delvin Iu a letter sympathizing with the claims of the Irish poor law medical offices the Bishop of Limerick points out the unfairness of the financial provisions of the local government act in which the treasury contribution to the relief of local rates is stereotyped Newry was the scene of a great Catho lic demonstration on the occasion of the departure for America of the Rev John Rooney to raise funds toward meeting the expenses connected with the costly improvements which are being carried out in the Cathedral Lord Rossmore has written a long let ter to Campbell Hall Deputy Grand Mas ter of the Monaghan Orangemen in which be announces his intention to sever completely his connection with the Orange society of which he has been a County Grand Master On Sunday at Riverstown a meeting was held of the committee to whom is entrusted the defense of the men who made such a gallant stand at the Water grasshill eviction Additional subscrip tions were announced and further steps taken to carry out the object in view On Thursday a Local Government Board inquiry was held in Newcastle regarding an application to constitute the town an urban district Among the ob jectors were Lord and Lady Annesley The evidence given on both sides has been forwarded to the Local Government Board On Tuesday in the Butson estate County Galway Judge Ross ordered that as the tenants had not accepted the terms on which their holdings and certain un tenanted lands had been offered to them the lands in band should be separately offered by public auction but put A stay of a month ou the order At the last meeting of the Mayo County Agricultural and Technical Instruction Committee a resolution was adopted pro testing against the action of Sir Horace Plunkett in appointing an imported Scotchman to the post rendered vacant by the death of the late W P Coyne and calling on Sir Horace Plunkett for an explanation TOM COLEMAN WELL AGAIN The many friends of Capt Thomas Coleman will be glad to learn that he is recovering from a serious attack of ton colitis and that he will soon reappear at his accustomed places on the boulevard on Fifth street and Green avenue For a time Capt Cokoians friend Andy 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any judicious woman can be garment and become acquainted with the little attach so entranced because any pair before it is permitted to InKs and cutting aways that so peculiarly yet so notice be stamped Bacon is thoroughly examined by accuably attracts a smart dressers eye rate eyes that seldom fail to detect any flaw that might unnoticed This section is so arranged that it affords a gen go In such instances our customers have our guarantee erous spray of natural light which is a great to rely on so theres nothing to lose but much to gain convenience an absolute necessity as well PERFUMERY RIBBONS Eastmanns delicate sweetscenting longlasting per ixmislne Ribbons in handsome white and black and 26CsuchWhite Rose and Lily of the Valley priceBeautiful1 Liberty Satin Ribbons white background Perfumes prepared in neat box box contains four difwith neat colored polkadots also navy blue with Q CC ferent popular odors White Heliotrope Violet OCC tiny white dot Our prestige admits of this price ZU Jockey Club and Lily of the Valley price 4 odors v deI I 1 Perfumes in neatly cut bottles prepared in a box Velvet Ribbons Nos 154 and 2 Among the colorings 0 odors White Rose Lilac Heliotrope and Lily ofjj oC are emerald green burnt orange light blue cardinal the Valley price IU brown Nile scarlet and white 0000000000 00004 000000 NEW LAWIIII Makes Necessary Changes In Officers of All Divisions In Hibernians The law adopted at the late national convention of the Ancient Order of Hibernians making old officers ineligible for reelection will make necessary many changes in the governing bodies of the four Louisville divisions and consequently interest in the elections to be held next month is increasing This was manifest Wednesday night at the meeting of Division 4 when the nomina tion and election of officers was transferred to the second aud fourth Wednes days of next month There are many good men in this body but so long as John Hennessey would serve none would accept the office Quite a number favor Tom Lynch for the Presidency he hav ing been the right hand man for Hennes 1 sey and an earnest worker He presided at the last meeting and his knowledge of parliamentary law willadd to his strength There was a splendid attendance and apeand several more were promised The Visiting Committee reported Will Con nelly Jerry OKeefe Patrick Fitzpatrick and James Riley on the sick list but none were dangerously ill ExCounty Presidents Murphy and Sullivan and John Swift addressed the members on behalf of the Catholic Federation urging I them to take a more active interest in its work and requesting that the divisions representatives attend regularly the monthly meetings John Barry an nounced the coming of Powers Band from Ireland and said the order should encourage it to visit Louisville before re turning to Dubli- nPOPULAR CANDIDATE Mr P S Ray Announced For Assessor or Jefferson County Mr P S Ray the present efficient Chief Deputy Assessor of Jefferson county has actively entered into his canvass for the office of County Assessor to succeed Mr Herr Mr Ray is run ning subject to the action of the Demo cratic party He is one of the most popular young Democrats in Louisville t and his friends believe that he will win as some of the most influential Demo crats in the city and county have pledgedl him their support and he is also strong with the rank and file Mr Ray is entirely competent to fill the importantt office of County Assessor having hadI many years experience Under the law the Assessor can not succeed himself andI Mr RaYt being Chief Deputy under Mr Herr n line for promotion ST PATRICKS MISSION The congregation of St Patricks church one of the largest and best in the city is made better by reason of the mission which closed in that church last Sunday The mission was conductedI by the Franciscan Fathers Vincent andI Slavian and every man woman andr child in the congregationwent to holy communion St Patricks is fortunate in having a zealous pastor like Father Cronin the rector and the honored Vicar General of the diocese MACKIN COUNCIL t Attracted to the large and Handsome new hall there was quite a large attend ance at the meeting of Mackin Council when President Shelley opened the pro ceedings The application of Archie Me CalHter was received and Messrs Thos Clines Julius Decker and Carl Pfeiffer were received into beneficiary member ship Charles Raidy reported the illness of Dr M Casey of Carrollton at St Josephs Infirmary and the council ot dered that flowers be tent for his room Extra copies of the Kentucky Irhh American were ordered for distributionl to outer council that they may knowr what ito doing here and Secretary Frank+ Burke was requested Jo wad letters tbftnkiug all wboedlthei enecsaa ful opening off the new club tIM Tomorrow morning th Member of the IJ IRISHH SOCIETYDIRECTORYA DIVISION 1tt Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentMike Tynan Vice President Joseph W Dougherty Recording Secretary Thomas Kee uan Jr Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank street TreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con Jt Ford Vice presidentJohn J Sullivan Recording SecretaryEdward J Kei ranFinancial Secretary John T Kenney 1335 Rogers street Treasurer Cwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas Quinn Vice President =Joseph Cooney Recording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Financial Secretary William Burnt 807 Twentythird street TreasurerGeorge JJ Butler SergeantatArms Pat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording SecretaryThos Callahan Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly Treasurer John P Helton DIVISION 11 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaua Hall County PresidentJohn Kenney County Vice President J B Murphy PresidentRobert Gleason Vice PresidentDaniel Gill Recording SecretaryJ G Cole Financial SecretaryThos OHern Treasurer Martin Gos- sSentinelAlphonso Constantine SergeantatArms Michael Noon Ye jvr x MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House I 530 Twentysixth Street President James Shelley First Vice President Wm P Shaugh neesy Second Vice PresidentFred Herp Recording SecretaryFrank Adams Financial SecretAryDan Weber 254 St Cecilia street- Corresponding SecretaryFrank P Burke TreasurerFrank F Murphy Marshal George F Simonis Inside SentinelFrank Lanahan Outside SentinelJohn Schaefer TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets Every Monday Evening at the Club House 718 East Gray Street PresidentEugene J Cooney First Vice PresidentJ L Cunniffe Second Vice PresidentJoseph F Bell Recording SecretaryEmil E Mouth Corresponding Secretary Arthur C LauerFinancial SecretaryRobert G Goe betTreasurerWilliam N Gast Marshal M F Morris Inside Sentinel Jacob Pfalzer Outside Sentinel M F Ziegler council will receive holy communion as is their yearly custom Tuesday nightl officers will be nominated for the ensuingr year and at the following meeting the election will take place The two names most prominently mentioned for the Presidency are Charles Raidy andWilliamI Kerberg each of whom has a strong fol lowing PRIEST IN CAMPBELUTE PULPIT Rev Father Angelo of the Passtonist order and well known in Louisville re Gently lectured in the Campbellite churchI at Clemens Iowa nonCatholics The Campbellite minister and most of hisI congregation listened to the lecturel which was on the subject of the rower oif the disciples and their successorsI to forgive sin At the conclusion ofr the discourse the Campbellite minister and hit congregation shook heeds withl the priest and congratulated hint oil the fairness ollbid dbcoun Oilcloth tacked veros the bottom ol al Weltingand Akn HEROIC FATHER Jumps From Sick Bed and Saves the Life of His Daughter Miss Prances Heverin seventeen years old was saved from a horrible death last Saturday morning only by the prompt and heroic action of her invalid lathe Charles Heverin The young lady was arranging the room in which her father lay sick at the family home 712 East Broadway and was in the act of placing a lambrequin over the mantel when her clothing caught fire from the grate 1In an instant the unfortunate girl was enveloped in flames and started screamit for the stairway but before she could leave the room her father had sprang from his bed and smothered the flames by wrapping her in the bed clothing The mother also ran to her daughter assistance but found her unconsciou Miss Heverin was badly burned about the breast face arms and side She suffered intense pain and fears for her recovery were entertained but the last report was that she was resting easy and would survive with only a few scars KILLED HIS TENANT William H Slaughter Struc Fred Sander a Fatal Blow In the Face Fred Sander a dairyman was killed by a blow in the face at the hands 01 William H Slaughter on Tuesday of thl week Sander who was a tenanto Slaughter adjoining the home of ti latter at Fortieth and High streets got into a dispute with Slaughter about thf payment of a Sill for rent It is alleged by Slaughter that Sander struck him iiIn the face aud he struck back Sand was found in the road dead a fe minutes after the altercation Slaught on hearing of the death went to U county jail and surrendered retainii Aaron Kohn as his attorney Slaughter is a Well known coal deals and comes of an old Kentucky family About two years ago he married Mis Elvira Sydnor Miller a well know newspaper writer and former editor i01 the Tattler in the Times The case seems to be one of involuntary man slaughter Mr Slaughter after the tragedy was prostrated and profess great sortow at the fatal termination 01 the quarrel VISITED HERE Rev Father Fennessy Superior of th Resurrectionist Order in this county passed through this city Wednesday Ot his way to Chicago in the interest of the order While here Father Fenuessy wal the guest of Attorney Thomas Walsh who became acquainted with Futh him while studying at St Marys Co lege DAWSONS GOOD FORTUNE J M Dawson one of the popult young men abouttown and prominent i Catholic society circles who has held at important desk at J Bacon Sons ha been made special representative for the big concern The promotion is a deserved one and greatly pleases his numei ous friends here and out in the State where he is also well known ENJOYED THE OYSTERS Last Monday evening when the door of the Confederate Home were throw open a festive sight indeed met the eye From 4 oclock on a constant stream ot viiiitorc came pouring in so that by oclock some 300 or more suppers were served All were highly pleased and no only expressed their delight but thel surprise at the bountiful spread for IKI little money A large bowl of elegant oyster soup ham sandwiches chickei salad celery and lettuce with a steaming cup of coffee was a banquet enough to make the greatest e icurean leap for jjoy congreaatioDland they certainly ought to feel proud of their daserve the wen merited compliments og the artistic imutfmtraU of the tbla wad tbeex HMt manner in which things were mevedaa BE SURE TO CALL FOR 1 IIIII I I I mt H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Kyl 13 Httttttttttttttttt BURN RENDER COALSpecially prepared for family use and for sale only by r Central Coal Iron Co Incorporated Yards Brook and Washington and 1 5th and Delaware 210 FOURTH AVENUE BOTH PHONES ic9tr + t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t H t t t t 1 I t t It t t t t t t ti + TUB Ghas i Rogers BooVfioJ + PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES + + TO SUIT EVERY TASTE + + Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the 3+ finest of their kind in the city 0- I BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES IOF EVERY DESCRIPTION 4 fS X34 We Jefferson Streetl + f W3455 GEHER SON 217 Market St near Second OUR GREAT SPECIALTY Stoves and Ranges MADE IN LOUISVILLE Best Assortment and the 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