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T T KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN VOLUME XVNO 12 LOUISVILLE SATURDA SEPTEMBER 23 1905 PRICE FIVE GLINTS i RETURNEDi Rev Father Hlllourand Gives a s Summary of Places He Visited Paid a Visit to the Emerald Isle While En Route Home After All America Is the Place For Him Above Any Other t WARMLY WELCOMED BY HIS PEOPLE The Rev Father J H Hillebrand pastor of St MarysoftheKnobs Floyd county Ind has returned from a four months tour through the principal cities of Europe and the Holy Land During his tour he celebrated the holy sacrifice of the mass at nearly all the noted shrines in Europe and Palestine Previ ous to his trip the Rev Father had mapped out his course and he now says i that with very few exceptions he fol lowed the lines laid down by himself For instance he said to several friends before leaving home that he would try to be at Mount Olivet on Ascension day Sure enough he celebrated mass on that blessed mount at 6 oclock on Ascension day Yea on the very place from whence the Saviour ascended into heaven nearly I 2000 years ago Father Hillebrand also celebrated mass at Lourdes Jerusalem Mount Calvary Bethlehem and Nazareth He was in the same field where the shepherds were guarding their flocks when the star ap peared and the angels began chanting the Gloria in Excelsls Deo and an nouncing the birth of the Saviour The Rev rather was in the garden of Geth semane and sew the noted Solomons garden took a boat ride on Lake Gene sorettl visited the Dead Sea and twice crossed the Mediterranean Sea Returning to Rome Father Hillebrand spent some time near the Vatican and took particular notice of St Peters He has a great many Interesting things to x say of that grand old edifice Our rev A erend traveler spent some time in Rome l and saw his Holiness Pope Pius X From Rome he went to Venice Naples Paris Emsiedeln Strasburg and many other places of interest He located the church wherein his father was baptized Father Hillebrand preached there twice and discovered about twentyfive relatives ofI whom he had never heard of before From Germany our traveler went to England and visited the tombs of many famous men in Westminster Abbey After seeing England to his satisfaction he crossed to Ireland visited Dublin and spent some time in seeing some of the principal parts of the Emerald Isle Thence back to Southampton from which place he sailed for New York Father Hillebrand says he had a splen did voyage both going and coming and enjoyed his trip very much but was glad indeedwhen he saw again the land of his birth America After spending some time in New York he took passage for home reaching his rectory on September 8 He left on April 26 so that his tour covered a period of four months and twelve days Our reverend traveler says that the places he spited have their ad 4 4vantages and disadvantages but America is the place for him and he was extremely glad to get back and to meet his old con gregation On his return he found every thing in good order and his parishioners gave him a hearty welcome His trustees met him in New Albany and his convey ance from there to St Marysofthe Knobs was met by two big wagons loaded with school children all dressed in white and by a squadron of young men t onhorsebackOn the church Father Hue brand accompanied by the Rev Father Curran pastor of Holy Trinity church New Albany and tin Rev Father Berries assistant pastor of St Marys New Al bany entered and after a short prayer and hymn of thanksgiving the returned traveler made a short address His par ishioners all went home glad to know that their pastor was again in their midst The day of home coming was concluded with a wholesome spread served to Father Hillebrand his rev erend visitors and the trustees of the church OaENTERS CONVENT f Miss Elizabeth Glynn well known in Catholic circles has entered the novitiate of the Sisters of Mercy at their convent on East Broadway She came to Louis yule from Boston several years ago and at once took an active interest in local Catholic charitable affairs Miss Glynn was employed setting type in several of the local printing offices after her ar rival and later as proof reader in one of thellargest publishing houses in the city She was one of the first to suggest prac tical plans for the establishment of the r Catholic Womans Club Her many friends wish her a happy life in the convent NOT AFRAID John J Flynn general foreman of the ItfOxiivllle Nashville railroad shops at 3Sew Qrleaxs has been spending two R weeks la Louisville with his family To f arepneeatative of the Kentucky Iriflh II American Mr Flynn said There iis not nearly the scare or panic in New Orleans that you would believe from reading the papers Any man wino keeps his system in good condition need not fear it I would not walk across the street for fear of it I am going back this month and I hope I will hear the last of the yellow fever scare or GREAT SORROW Expressed Over the Death o r IIgnatius N Vetter the Labor Leader Ignatius N Vetter Superintendent fr the Louisville workhouse and well1I known in political fraternal labor union and Catholic circles died at St Josephs Infirmary at 720 oclock Sun day morning following an operation for appendicitis His wife and son John Vetter were with him when the end cameMr Vetter was born in Germany sixty two years ago He came to America with his parents when only six years old The parents died soon after coming to America and the boy was left to the care of an uncle with whom he learned the trade of saddle and harnessmaker After some years spent as a journeyman he embarked in business as senior member of the firm of Vetter Schultz and for some time conducted a collar factory on East Market street Later he became foreman for Harbison Gathright but when the strike came in 1881 Mr Vetter walked out with his men He was alI ways an ardent union man and his prestige as a labor leader forced him into political prominence so that in the same year he was elected Bailiff of the Police Court by a majority of 10000 He served two terms all that the law permitted t and then retired to enter the wholesale whisky business Several years later he was again elected Bailiff and held the place for several terms Eight years ago he was defeated for the nomination t by William Bosler now the incumbent In 1897 he was appoineed Superintend ent ot the workhouse and filled the I place with so much credit that he was reoII appointed in 1901 by Mayor Grainger 1 and was holding the position at the time I of his death Mr Vetter married Miss Agnes Bright thirtysix years ago She with one son John A Vetter the Fifth street haberdasher survive him He is also survived by two sisters Mrs Mary 1 Schultz and Mrs Ben Gilman and a t brother Ben Vetter all of Louisville He was a brotherfnlaw of Lieut Edward I Bright of theLouisvillepolice force =The funeral took place from the Cathe dral of the Assumption on Tuesday morn f fas I The deceased was a member of the i Catholic Knights of America of the Red I Men and also of the Harness makers 1 Union Universal sorrow was expressed over the sudden death of one who was I held in such high esteem CLASS OF SIXTY f 1 Ritualof f October 1tt It t Mackin Council Y M I decided 1 Tuesday night to hold the next initiation I on October 1 when a class of sixty will pass through the new ritual and receive the four degrees This will be an impor J tant event and will clear the way br i which it is expected to bring the mem II- bership up to 500 When this number 1 has been reached it is probable that the f initiation fee will be increased to 25 or t 50 and the death benefit made 250 Frank Lauaban and John Farrell are the 1 respective leaders and will be assisted by I the entire membership Young men who would join a splendid Catholic society should not delay sending in their appli I cations Besides transacting the usual business one new member was elected J and an application received The Vis- Iting Committee reported Messrs Joe t Heckman and Jacob Heinrich still on the sick list but progressing toward recov ery 1 ENCOURAGED Catholic Knights Hold a Nice Meeting and Exemplify Ritual The officers and members of Branch 25 Catholic Knights of America held a nice meeting Monday night at St Johns Hall andwere greatly encouraged by the re ports received and the remarks delivered by William T Meehan B J Mann State Secretary Martin and others Quit a number pledged themselves to a united effort to secure new members and bring this good old branch Into the front rank For the first time the new ritual adopted by the Supreme Council was exemplified the degrees being conferred upon W H Grimes The work of the team was most satisfactory and is sure to make future meetings Interesting Much time and labor was given to the compilation of the ritual which will prove both edifying and instructive andl should prove of great benefit to the order FIRST DANCE The Eccentric Dancing Club will give its first dance at Ostraders Hall onI Monday Octobers The club is made up of popular young men of the West End and their dancesare bound to be successful 0- n J o o TRIBUT- Es lion John Redmond hy a Noted English Thinker and Reviewer Says the Irish Parliamentar ForfPrime Minister W T Stead Writes About theI BeIElected COLLEAGUES OF THE IRISH LEADER W T Stead one of Englands fore most thinkers and editors and for years her greatest reviewer pays high tribute to the integrity and worth of the Hon John Redmond leader of the Irish Par liamentary party It was Editor Stead who brought to light the baccarat scan dals and who convulsed the vitals of London society with his revelations re garding the nefarious traffic in the ruin of young and innocent girls that was being conducted for the sake of the young men of Englands aristocracy Every utterance of Stead was proven and the titled English love him like the devil loves holy water In part we quote from Mr Steads article on Mr Red mond While many things are doubtful about the Parliament that is soon to be elected two things are certain One iis that theI Unionists will be in a minority in the next House of Commons The other is that the Nationalist Irishmen will come back as strong as they have ever been that is to say they will be in a majorityI of more than five to one over all other Irishmen in the House And of these fourscore stouthearted men John Red mond is the fighting chief His undis puted supremacy is emphasized rather than impaired by the solitary howl of Tiger Tim the outcast orator the dis classed Thersites who roam outside the campIf only the Irish had not been forced by a thousand years of wrong into an at titude of irreconcilable opposition to the British empire and the Government thereof Mr Redmond would have had ttertbaucetha most mentobr Prime Minister He has the qualities for the post He is a gentleman He is the greatest of our modern parliamentar ians He is an admirable debater a superb leader a man of dispassionate intel lect of sound sympathies and of splendid courage And he has around him a group of colleagues half a dozen of whom would grace any cabinet Fortunately no selfdenying ordinance forbids an Irish Nationalist leading the opposition and it will be long remem bered to Mr Redmonds credit that from 190002 it was he and no other who was the real leader of the only opposi tion offered to the Government on the subject of the war in South Africa In those black years he proved himself to be not only the chief of the Irish Na tlonal party but the leader of the only effective opposition that existed in the House of Commons at that time In that position he occupied a place only second in importance to that of the Prime Min ister It is true that at the time national prejudices somewhat obscured the truth from the English and Scotch But in a the House of Commons the members in 1100 began to realize where the center of power lay Repeatedly in the course of the debates Mr Balfour referred to Mr Redmondas if he and not Sir Henry Campbell Bannerman were the real leader of his Majestys opposition Therein Mr Balfour paid homage to factsIn the midst of the debris of the shat tered party which then littered the Liberal benches in the House of Commons we should have looked in vain for any leadership had it not been for the pres ence of Mr Redmond at the head of the Irish Nationalists Here at least we had an organized disciplined party obedient to its leader undistracted by any internal feuds thoroughly united in principal and capable of constant attendance I at the House English Scotch and Welsh Liberals in the constituencies who were sick and sore at heart over the I spectacle of paralytic Impotence presented by the dlsorgan zed and distracted ranks of their own representatives began to recognize in Mr Redmond the only leader of a parliamentary party in the House who upon the great issue of the noteafraid of giving them free full and bold expression in debate Hence while nomi nally only the leader of the Irish Na tional party Mr Redmond was really at that time the only leader of the opposi tion to the Government in the country Let no one imagine from this tribute that John Redmond is other than a grim irreconcilable Irish fighter as stanch as in the days of yore when he fought fo the lost cause of Mr Parnell against overwhelming odds It would be dim cult to phrase more ruthlessly the Irish Intransigeanta point of new than did Mr Redmond when addressing amaH meeting at Maryborough he made th following sigulficcnt declaration His guiding principle in life was per fectly simple He bad no faith in any English political party or in English be nevoletice toward Ireland or in the OHio bility of any of the population getting un- u u t I justice in the smallest particular from mere reason or argument or persuasion His policy was to make English govern ment fn Ireland difficult and dangerous If the people want to d any instalment oft justice they must 5aake themselvej a trouble and a danger to the Govern menttMr John Redmosd ia the first Irish leader who has Riven tthe world any token of the possession of the qualities which trueythat his position llargely Dillon But he is fortunate in having iin Mr Dillon a colleague svbo was in other days sufficiently selfwcrificing to allow no personal feelings itoj stand in the way of attaining the greattobject which heI had set before him Mr Redmond is tac politician first a politician second and a politician third As an individual entity lie is almost unknown to any except hisintimates But he has brought keen Intelligence to the study of the science of politics He has given his mind to it and spent days and nights in acquiring knowledge of all the niceties and rules of parliamentary pro cedure He is embarrassed by no fear of mutinies in the rear and he is conscious of being armed with the mandate of the Irish race As a speaker he is effective fluent and eloquent HAPPY NIGHT J And Some Flensing Surprises I Arranged For the Localrr Hibernians Division 1 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians has for several weeks been arranging for the reunion and reception to be given the Falls Cities members of that order at their hall in the Hopkins Theater building next Tuesday night and all indications point to a large and happy gathering The divisions of Louis ville New Albany and Jeffersonville have all been invited to be present The pro gramme will include short addresses vocal and instrumental music and an abundance of choice refreshments Mem bers of the committee having charge of the affair have left nothing undone that would contribute toils success and they I promise a surprise ttiati will arouse en thusiasm in the breast of every Hibernian t in this section Those who fall to re spond to the invitation that has been tendered them will miss an enjoyable l treat J REGENT OJEATHS The many friends 6f Mrs George J Evers were deeply pained when they learned of her death Tuesday afternoon She was a lady of many Christian virtues kind of heart and always ready to assist her neighbors Her funeral took place Thursday morning from St Peters and was largely attended Dread pneumonia caused the death of a Mrs Mary Shelley of 1305 Sixteenth street at an early hour Wednesday morning She was the widow of James Shelley and is survived by one son and one daughter Mrs Shelley was a mem ber pf the Sacred Heart church where the funeral services were conducted by the Rev Father Walsh We regret to chronicle the death of Michael C Lanahan which occurred Sunday evening at his home 1318 Hull street For years he had resided in the East End well known and highly reII spected For the bereaved wife there is 1 felt the most sincere sympathy The funeral occurred Tuesday morning with solemn mass of requiem at St Aloysius churchcThe funeral of James M Burke who was accidentally killed in the railroad I yards at South Louisville last Monday afternoon tool place Wednesday morn ing from the Dominican church De ceased was a steady and industrious young man liked and respected by his I superiors and fellowworkmen and his untimely death is a crushing blow to the aged father and other members of the family t I Mrs Mary Score the venerable mother j of John Score died Monday afternoon at j the residence of her daughter Mrs Martha I Furlong 911 East Market streetI She was one of the older residents of this city and was held In high esteem by all who knew her Mrs Score had been inI failing health for some time and herI death was not altogether unexpected Her funeral took place Wednesday afternoon and the interment was in CaveI Hill Frank Collins passed to his eternal re ward Sunday night at his home 1508 Payne street leaving a wife and three small children to mourn his loss He was the son of Mrs Maria Collins who lies seriously ill at her home on Twelfth street and a brother of James Collins Until stricken several months ago he was with the American Laundry Com pany and was well known all over the city The funeral took place from St Brigids church and the esteem in which he was held was attested by the large solemnrservices LANDS THE PRIZE Will J Norton Jr has been awarded offeredethe boy with the beet record on the Central Park recreation grounds Willie iis a Catholic boy and a little gentleman and his parents and friends are rejoiced over his victory which was won onl after along contest with a large number of boys i I ORIGIN Of the Music of Yankee Doodle Traced to Old Irish Melody Many Fictitious Legends Bo- yarding1 History of the Stirring Tune President Roosevelt DeclaresI Garryown One of Finest Marching Airs ENGLAND CLAIMS MANY IRISH TUNES Although a half a dozen authors hav dealt with the subject of Yankee Doodleits etymology early history and development as the national tune of Americanot one of them has even hinted at the Irish origin of the catchy melody which was first heard in Albany Perhapsitorigin of the Constitution and the Guer riere so popular in America in 1812 has not only been ignored but has been incorrectly claimed by Louis C Elson as an adaptation of a fine old English printedinCurious Selection of Fifty Airs in 1701 No apology is therefore needed for the present article in which I venture to vindicate Irelands claims to a tune which though not a treasure of the highest value as Hon Stephen Salis bury says is national property Dismissing as pure fiction the oft repeated legends that would fain assign as Indian Hungarian Dutch Persian Lancastrian Lancashire or Norwegian origin to the silly words which were set to the meody it may also be well to dis miss the theory that Oliver Cromwell was the original Yankee Doodlean absurdity that is best proved from the occurrence of the word Macaroni a term that only came in about the year 1750 Not less apocryphal is the theory that the song was evolved from a popular ballad in the time of King Charles II apropos of Lucy Locket and Kitty Fisher a statement which can at once be disproved by the fact that Lucy Locket was one of the dramatis peraonaeinthe Beggars Opera 1728 and that Kitty Fisher was a reigning trash in 1750 But most extraordinary of all the tune has been claimed as a Dutch folktune a claim which has been justly regarded as more or less of a hoax In this case it IsInot a little remarkable that an old seven teenth century Irish melody I am asleep and dont waken me appears in Dutch music book under the name of Madhyn Bugeevan as if It were an an dent folktune of Holland It is not agreed that the word Yankee from being a cant word or a slang ad jective to denominate the superlative degree e g a yankee team a yankee horse a yankee rider etc expressive of excellenceand which term can beI traced as far back as the year 1712de generated into a term of reproach or an antiphrastic phrase meaning a simple awkward person and ultimately was ap plied in general to New Englanders And just as the fabricators of Round head or a Restoration origin for the words of Yankee Doodle have been completely exposed even from Internal evidence so also the origin of the melody I as English can be disproved by an inII vestigation of facts After disposing of 1 the four English clauses on the national I air the writer concu lesII And now to the Irish origin of the tune The earliest printed version apII pears in a volume published at Glasgow in 1782 This volume is entitled A Selection of Scotch English Irish and Foreign Airs Printed and sold by James Aird and is Vol I containing 200 tunes Although not dated it certainly j appeared in 1782 and was followed by five other volumes It is a very interesting collection and I find It especially was containing the earliest printed ver Ions of quite a dozen Irish airs The very structure of this tune Is seen to be decidedly Irish and apart from any argument intrinsic evidence should point to its Irish origin Other airs of the same period like Ally Croker The Rakes of Mallow The Pretty Girl of Derby have been claimed as English though unquestionably Irish and there Is not a shadow of doubt as to the English annexation of numerous Irish airs of the Jacobite period Even recent collections include The Are thusa and Nancy Dawson aa old English airs in sublime disregard of their unquestionable Irishorigin The printed version of Aird in 1782 antedates the Two to One 1784 ver sion by two years and is much nearer the Irish original with strongly market C natural the socalled flat seventh so characteristic of seventh century Irish tunes in D major However the oldest form of the tune is also given here as it appears in a MS dated 1750 the authen ticity of which Is beyond question The manuscript was written at different times between the years 1749 and 1750 and the owners name is given dated Decem ber 11750 IThu Yankee Doodle can rightly be claimed as a product of Ireland and is an folkymusic It Is of interest to add that Jef fersoa and Liberty 1801 was orighially R n fJ set to Irish melody but was afterward in 1813 adapted to the air of Anacreon in lIeavenan air that is now finsepar KeyStarIn conclusion it may not be amiss tto point out that President Roosevelt co siders the melody of Garryowen aa one of the finest marching tunes In the world This Irish melody is of about the same date as Yankee Doodle though the song was not written to 1It 1t until 1774 or 1775 and it was printedI with the music by Heine of Dublin iin 1797 being subsequently utilized by Tom Moore in his Irish Melodies IBARTH CLUBS Organizing and Holding Meet Ings In All Pats of the City I With each day the feeling that the Democratic ticket should win in the ap increaseseand the only question is how large will the majority be for Hon Paul Barth for Mayor Barth clubs are being formed nightly in all parts of the city and the enthusiasm manifested is unbounded Monday night in the Twelfth ward a large meeting was addressedby Emmet Slattery Judge Charles Wilson William Semonln and others when nearly 400 voters pledged themselves for the ticket The Gibraltar Club also heldja fine meet ing the same evening and added many new names to its roster This club will have a big shoat lunch for its 300 menu bers on the next meeting night on October 2- Tuesday evening the voters of the Third ward had a monster Barth rally and banner raising at Hancock and Green streets The Third Ward Club is work ing with a vim and expects to be one of citybeforeThere was an Immense turnout of West End voters at Pfisters Hall Twentyfifth and Market streets Thurs day night to hear Hon Paul Barth Robert W Bingham and Joseph Huf faker This meeting was heldjunder the auspices of the Twelfth Ward Club and so large was the attendance that hun dreds could not gain admission Over J000 have signed cards to vote the straight Democratic ticket many of the number being Republicans In Limerick Germantown up in the Highlands out in South Louisville and up on the Point voters are awakening to the importance of this election which if heldtomorrove would result in an over whelming majority for the Democratic standardbearer NARROW ESCAPE- e Blind Man Saves Ills Family i From Death bylFire Tuesday Michael J McCarthy the well known dealer in pianos and sewingmachines at 1108 West Market street displayed great presence of mind at an early hour Tues j day morning but for whlchjthere might have been an awful catastrophe and the death of his wife and children by fire The family have living roomsin the rear j of the store and shortly after 3 oclock Mrs McCarthy was awakened by the j cries of her baby Startled to find the bedroom nearly filled with smoke and the flames making their way to the store room her screams awakened the sleep- Ing j husband and children When help arrived escape was impossible through the front door Mr McCarthy who is blind never lost his presence of mind but called the rescuers to the rear where there was a small window twelve feett from the ground Mounting a chair be 1 passed his wife and six children through the small opening to those on the outside and was himself the last to leave the j building Meantime the fire department a arrived and did excellent work The fire originated among some rags in theIj workroom and the loss will amount to about 1000II DEEP GASH Philip Connell the bright little son of I Officer Tom Connell who was thought to be seriously hurt has almost recovered from the effects of his Injuries A number of boys are in the habit of congregat ing at Sixteenth and Walnut streets andC throwing dirt and rocks and while crosaII ing the street at that point young Con nell was struck in the head with a stone and rendered unconscious He was at once removed to his home a few doorlI above where it was discovered that he had sustained a long and deep gash that just missed fracturing the skull TheII habit of boys throwing missiles in the streets is dangerous and parents ought to warn their children against it BASE BALL The Satolll base ball team will play the Unity team of New Albany tomorrow afternoon at Dittueirs Park Twenty second and Garland avenue The Sa tpllls have not been defeated this season and Manager Crotty is confident of tak ing the scalps of the Unity team These teams have been rivals for some time and were to play two weeks ago but had to postpone the game on account of the wet grounds A good game is promised those who attend Play will be called at 330 oclock The following players are requested to report at Satolll club rooms SIXth and Breckenridge Sunday after noon at 2 oclock Obrecht Jones Perry Kilcourse B Imode W Imode Mat tingly Brown and Pope a PLANNING 1 n Orderaof Hibernians Are Destrous of Owning Halls Many Believe It Will Be a Good Investment and Will En courage Thrift Utica Hibernians Expect to Put Up a Handsomo Building J Very Soon I POSH AND NERVE ARE RBQDI It will be readily admitted on all sides isfarman who pays rent The former has no rentday to pettytyranniesaskance at his children and sometimes even grudge them the right to exist with oftheThe houseowner moreover is more helivesin all that goes on around him which results in the benefit of his neighbors as Independent lodgerorovertakes or otherwise temporarily Incapacitated he need eviction homeHeindependence spiritandtidehimselfmaybefallAnd as this is the case with the individual so it must also be with a number of individuals who may band themselves together in an ownThebe even greater than to the individual be cause its undertaking will extensivepenses as a whole less This Idea has J successfullyMassWilmingtonplates Where bur ordowns i endencythroughout nothingcanour order than the acquirement of real state and the erection and ownership of f its own meeting places and club rooms IAll citedtoorganization Learning that Division 0 of Utica singlehandedlaudable work of erecting its own home we wrote for information as to its plans and mode of procedure and received in reply a letter from the Chairman ofBeiBuilding Committee in which hefnb mitted a plan as follows Let each ember of a division subscribe 10 some more others less according to their means In nearly every case this will be sufficient to purchase a siteWhen that Is accomplished let every division in the State subscribe another 10ftln New York there are 180 divisions which would mean 1800 After that the bat ance could be borrowed on bond or mort gage The Utica building will cost be 12000 and 13000 but the memo bers expect it to net them from 800 to completionThis but it iIs bound to be successful if it is carried outs Brother Cobb suggests with unanimity and determination It may be hard at first sight to ask some of our members- to subscribe the sum of 10 but ifI the payment is extended over a year it will not be such a burden as it looks Moreover if the project Is entrusted to care pzinciples all other financial transactions itfT bound to be not only a saving b tt a source of income to each division in the endTen years hence the Utica division for instance will own Its owaKhall and it earnings needydoublegiven to the selection of a site patriotic wherever possible We shall deem it theencouragemel1tiin and hope in the near future to be ablot report encouraging progress in the b ing of our own halls and institutes S OReeN SOD CLUB The Green Sod Club gave a stag roc fWilberdingEast a evening The affair was held in hoof the President ofj the club JMl Kern Refreshments and supper w muslcwasfuridlhedbyb W jj the sphndid singing of Henry Ams Those present were J Mike Kern U Ainshoff Mr and Mrs Gus Wilhi KuoopMr endWtland J n lrekl- U RP NUOKY IRIa ANIiFLICAI T 311 IllNTIMY IRISH MERIGM INN111MINILINIIIM arv uteri to the Moral rlcattasariKENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 3C Entered at Use LoNfovllle Postofflco as SecondCUsi Hatter AMitiiall Con lcitl BI to the KENTUCKY IRISH MER1CAN326 West Green Slreit LOUISVILLE KYISATURDAY SEPTEMBER 23 1905 DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES rI d C Mayor I s PAUL C EARTH rr A Treasurer- E S SCHMITT DICK 1 Auditor LYNE HERNDON Tax Receiver THOMAS A SHELLEY 4 JUdgo City Court JOHN MCAKN Prosecuting Attorney City Court 1 ROBERT J HAQAN Clerk City Court ALFOLDIIAU- DaUlt City Court J WILLIAM BOSLBR J t County Judc CHARLES A WILSON County Attorney ROBERT W BINGHAM I County Clerk W J SEMON1N County Sheriff 1 p HENRY A BELL County Assessor I H tt JOHN M ADAMS County Jailer i JOHN H PFLANZ County Coroner HARRIS KELLY County Surfbyor R H YOUNG I County Superintendent Public Schools ROSA STONESTREET Senator Thirtysixth District t H S McNUTT Senator Thirtyeighth District ALBERT H CHARLTON Representative Fortyfourth Diet i LLOYD W GATES I Representative Fortynfth District JOHN IT LETTERLE Representative Fortysixth District CHRIS MUELLER tentative Fortyseventh Dist A HAGAN Represen lye Fortyelghth Dist l EMMET P SLATTERY i Representative Fortyninth Dist o ION D NALL Representative Fiftieth District W G BAXTER Representative Fiftytost District THOMAS DREWRY Justice ol Peace County First Dlst R O DORSEY Jastlee of Peace County Second Dlst S C VEATHERBEE Justice of Peace County Third Dlst r H D ROBE Justice of Peace County Fourth Dist S S HOLLIS Justice ef Pence City FIrth Diet FRANK J HOFFMAN Justice of Peace City Sixth Dlst EDWARD MEGLBMRY too of Peace City Seventh Dlst JEDWAED D OCONNOR Jus a of Peace City Eighth Diet p TSULLIVAN- Constable City Fifth District JAMES C HENDRICKS Constable City Sixth District JOE SHORT Constable City Seventh District THOMAS MORAN Constable City Eighth District NELLiGANkON DECK AGAIN k It is easy to see that the Rev Father Cronin editor of the Catho lie Union and Times of Buffalo is back at his desk Listen to this We admire the German Kaiser He is a pure religious just brave and able man He first showed his manliness when he dethroned from the acme of power the able but Ytal tyrant Bismarck He is a caring man and the lessons he his sons on the day of their lation might be preached any Catholic pulpit in the worldHe has just told the Catholic Poles in his empire that he honors heir religion and respects them lves as faithful subjects He nows and despises England for r tperfidy and meanness and to long for the day when he lewure swords with that rou J tionO your Majes should that day ever dawn e for Ireland as your base t make the mistake of the First Leonl which he regretted to lastsolitarylslandamidh moaning sea 11 Ahhesighed hould have gone to Ireland in i of going to Egypt Yes k jjeaty in case of war with t your menofwar- Then what reIns of the martyred race will greet you be all transmogrified in fact into Germans help you to spear to death the omniverous old lion that has so long swindled and devoured the nations and give them a chance to take vengeance at last for all the unutterable wrongs of the dread centuriesSeveral months ago Father Cronin was thrown violently to the ground from the step of an electric car and for a time his condition was quite serious The hard bump he re ceived does not appear to have in creased his love for England nor has it affected his vigorous vocabu lary NEEDS A SEPARATOR Lewis N Dembitz one of the Fusion nominees is busy these days writing cards addressed to Paul C Barth the Democratic nominee for Mayor Mr Dembitz is noted for his absence of mind and probably that is the best way to account for the fact that he writes practically the same card and asking the same question each day He is an expert on tax law and has a wondertul fund of infor mation on things in general but his advisers should see that he is equipped with a mental separator in order that he may not get his ideas mixed TOO LAVISH The Rev Father D S Phelan of St Louis editor of the Western Watchman and the Nestor of the Catholic press of the United States in writingfof his audience with his Holiness Pope Pius X has this to say The Holy Father recognizes that the most effectual work done in the church today is done by the Catholicljournal In the past hundred years the pulpit has been sim ply smothered in a babel of dis cordant strident tempestuous in crimination The slanders of the few infidel thinkers of a century ago have been given millions of tongues and the edifying echoes have created a religious pandemon ium The Catholic press appeared upon the scene and abyss answered abyss until the voice of truth now rings out louder and clearer and with challenging note in every tone that tells of victory and the peace that the sword of truth has won The gunsof the Catholic press are now shelling the hills and woods and defiles where the enemy for merly rurked and there is no reply or a faint and desultory one to their whistling missiles This eulogy almost makes any editor of a Catholic newspaper rise up and sing Come take a trip in my air ship But is not this eulogy a little vainglorious The Catholic press or the majority of Catholic editors are willing to con cede that the clergy have done something for Catholicity The Lord knows Catholic editors need encouragement but may He save us from flattery that is no more than sounding brass and tink ling cymbalsto be heard today and forgotten tomorrow Acting in accordance with a recommendation of Bishop OCon nor of Newark the diocesan school board has decided to adopt a more generaluse of the teaching of Irish history in the parochial schools at tended by pupils of Irish descent and will not be included in the cur riculum of the Italian or other for eign speaking children It might be well for Hibernians all over this country to agitate this matter Nothing so much as a study of his- torYinstills patriotism In the human i3 L breast If our children study the history of Ireland they will learn why their forefathers left the Isle of Saints and under what circum stances they found a haven of rest in the Land of the free and the home of the brave It will make them better Irishmen and better Ameri cans The Louisville Board of Fire Underwriters pay the local fire department a high compliment in their last report A special com mittee appointed to investigate local conditions and report to the full board finds only words of praise for Chief Tyson and the department which is looked upon as the equal if not superior to any in the United States It is better that fraternal insur ance societies have rates that will enable them to pay the insurance promised and to keep this up indefinitely than to have rates that seem cheap but that inevitably lead straight to bankruptcy WHAT IS BROGUE As to the mispronunciation of certain English words sometimes ridiculed as Irish brogue a writer In an Irish paper thus explains says the New York Freeman I mean by mispronunciation the say ing of plays instead of please kays instead of keys and so on This mis pronunciation is due to more causes than people imagine and is not so much an error as people think either Formerly many English wordstea for example were pronounced in England just as the Irishman with the brogue uow pronounces them tea being pronounced tay Others were pronounced accord- Ing to the phonetic laws of the Irish lan guage thrap Instead of trap thrason instead of treason and so on So that the brogue actually spoken in Irelandnot the fabricated stuff of the British and American comic papersi is nothing more nor less than what was once correctly spoken English or correct form on the standard of the native Irish tongue FAMILY DISSENSIONS Dissension in families often rises from a lack of humility and too much presumption on the part of the different members of the family The soft an swer that turneth away wrathis forgotten for the hasty reply the unkind retorts that kindle the fire of il1 feeling and are the outcome of disorderly minds which are prone to resentment on account of lacking in the gentle grace of humility Love does not linger in the home where petty pride shows its unlovely qualities It chooses to dwell in the home where the spirit of unselfishness of selfcontrol of thoughtfulness and of charitableness makes the atmosphere sweet HOME TRAINING The man who brings up his boys to be honerable men does more for society than he who makes a law or frames a plank in the platform And the woman who rears her girls in maidenly modesty advances the cause of morality far more than she who leads a womans club pell melt against some notorious political offense or offender It is an undeniable symptom of our time that the duty of home training is being neglected for the more spectacular functions of social and semi political lif- eSTUDY YOUR STYLE An old sage who understood human nature pretty well advises women in the terse language of the day to study first the effect produced by the face the hair and the headgear It holds good now just the same as it did more than a hundred years ago It is wise to study the points of the face The low style of dressing the hair is supposed to show off the pro file to advantage In some women a touch of color lights up the complexion wonderfully while others are betttr with out The point is to learn what suits you FATHER WARD RECTOR The Very Rev Father Felix Ward C P has been appointed rector of the Passionist house in Baltimore Father Ward who is well and favorably known in Louisville has just completed a term as Provincial of the Passionist order in the United States It was with great joy that he was relievedof the pressing cares and duties of Provincial WHY IRISHMEN DONT MARRY Several interesting letters on the sub ject Why Young Irishmen Dont Marry have been appearing In the col umns of a Wcxford paper The letter of Colleen on the subject urges girls to do their test to become good housewives Above all they should make their homes thoroughly Irish and when we combine all the comeliness sweetness and demure gravity with which kind old Mother Nature has endowed women of other races for generations we shall be ableto coax them to take us for better or worse They will then the writer says gradually lose the sordid selfishness which seems now to be growing on them and Irish women will not have to go outside of their race for husbands as they are noted for doing at present Spices should permeate foods as incense does the atmosphere delicate impalpable and as Indescribable as they are requisite ft Mildew stains can be removed by ap plying a mixture of lemon juice salt powdeed borax and soft soap Put the H i1t In thesanttMll iTy orat tWrKUs for Ute Kentucky Irtsb American SONG IN STORM A storm is raging high And a little bird in a tree Heedless of darkened sky Carols songs of glee Loud thunderbolts crashing Hard pouring down rain Lightning vividly flashing Hush not the sweet refrain When tempesttossed around Sing cheerily all the while If the heart with music abound Heaven will sweetly smile KAIHUSKN DON DKAVY SOCIETY Miss Ella Scally of Portland has been the guest of friends at Castlewood this week Miss Maggie Keenan has returned fro a six weeks trip on the Continent of Europe Miss Mollie Collins arrived home this week after spending the summer month in Europe Miss Nellie Hanley of Owensboro iis the guest of Miss Mary Kinney 101 7 Twelfth street Miss Ethel Haager is visiting friend in Cincinnati and will not be home before October 1 Dr Frank Corrigan and wife returned the first of the week from an enjoyabl trip among friends Mrs John T Malone and family have returned from Bay View Mich where they spent the summer Mrs Walter Glover and daughter Mis Marie are home from Europe wher they spent the summer Misses Beezle and Nellie Hannon of the Highlands have returned from a twoI months tour of Europe Miss Angela Hays leaves tomorrow t spend several weeks with friends iIn Washington and Virginia Emmet OSullivan left Monday to spend a ten days vacation at French Lick and West Baden Springs Misses Joe Scannell and Mollie Keiran arrived home Monday after a delightful visit with friends in Cincinnati Misses Ida and Mayme Murphy popular New Albany girls were this week the guests of their cousin at Indianapolis D J Coleman was among the number from this city who spent the week at Lexington and attended the State Fair Miss Elsie A Gast left Monday for Springfieldwhere she will enter the Sisters academy and complete her edu cation Misses Beezle and Nellie Haunoawho spent the summer visiting the larger cities of Ireland and France have re turned home Mr and Mrs Wyble Mapother and little daughter Helen have returned to Louisville from Bellewood where they spent the summer Miss Nora Wales of South Louisville has returned from a pleasaut visit to Seymour Ind where she was exten slvejiy entertained Miss Elizabeth Clark a favorite in St Louis society circles is the charming guest of Misses Lee and Katherine Me Clusky 1708 Brook street Miss Anita Muldoon will remain several weeks longer at the sanitarium at Dansville N Y whither she went on account of impaired health Miss Sarah McBarron left Sunday for her home in Evansville after spending two months as the guest of her mother Mrs Catherine McBarron in New Albany Mr and Mrs George T Root have re turned from a pleasant visit to Chicago where they were shown much social attention and honored with a number of receptionsLj Miss Nora Baker and Master Julian McBarron have returned to their home in Newport after a pleasant visit of a week with Mrs Andrew McBarron in New Albany rJohn Lutkemeler and William Olber man of Frankfort spent several days here this week and Monday night were the guests of the Mackin Social Club nt the initial dance Misses Lucille and Edith OBrien and Miss Kathleen Jennings who have been the guests of Mr and Mrs John Conn in the country for the past ten days will return home next week The many friends of Miss Myra Mc Atee of 516 West Oak street will be glad to learn that she is convalescent after a severe illness of typhoid fever She is now able to sit up and receive her friends Miss Amelia Schultheis who has been spending the summer here as the guest of hersister Mrs F B Horstman will leave next Tuesday for her honie at Jasper Ind During her stay she made a host of friends who will be pleased when she makes them another1 visit The marriage of Thomas D Clines and Miss Mary Higgins was solemnized Thursday morning at the Sacred Heart church in the presence of a large gath eying of friends After the wedding breakfast the happy couple left for a three weeks honeymoon trip to New York The many friends of Andrew Gem lam Jrof 1401 West Walnut street will be glad to learn that he is not as seriously burned as was reported in the datly noUi8 faariea consist only ofalight brine R one baud and will in J u- tt t nowise interfere with his attention to business Mr and Mrs Thomas Maguire who have been spending a pleasant week as the guests of Mrs James Couchman 2200 Fourth avenue will leave tomorrow for their home in Lexington They were former residents of this city and this was their first visit home since their mar riage in the early part of the year Albert M Fendel a well known young man of Owensboro and prominent 1in Catholic society circles left for his home last night after spending a most enjoy able week with friends and relatives Monday night he was the guest of the Mackin Social Club and during the week his friends showed him all over the city wereIpleasantly surprised Monday evening at their home on Oats street a large number of their friends calling to celebrate their tin wedding Music and dancing furnished the evenings entertainment until the amiable hostess invited all to servedmin tinsMiss Catherine Tennis Secretary of the Y M I Ladies Auxiliary of Owens boro and organist of St Johns church arrived in Louisville Monday night from Cincinnati where she spent a week with friends Miss Tennis returned to her home last evening after having been the guest of Miss Mary Holzknecht Sixteenth street Mrs Dan Haager and Mrs R Graves and daughter Hazel have returned from a most enjoyable visit to Cincinnati where they received much social atten tion Besides being tendered a jolly Dutch supper by Mr and Mrs Vonderheid several parties were given in their honor They also enjoyed a pleasant trolley ride over the Queen City as guests of Mrs Rose Regan and Mrs C Jackson theemarriage of Will E Horan and Miss Anna Walsh which will be solemnized Tuesday afternoon at 2 oclock at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament The brideelect is the lovely and popular daughter of Mr and Mrs Michael J Welsh and has been greatly admired in her circle for ber many amiable traits of character Will Horan is a well known and popular young man and has a legion of friends who wish him a long and happy married life One of the prettiest of the autumn weddings was that of William F Whale and Miss Mary C Donlon solemnized Tuesday afternoon at the Cathedral The ceremony was performed by Rev Dr Schuhmann and was witnessed by a large gathering of friends and relatives The groom has for years been associate with Edward J OBrien in the tobacco trade and is one of the most popula young men on Main street The bridei a pretty and accomplished young woman and a favorite among her wide circle of acquaintances After the marriage the happy couple were showered with congratulations and were the recipients of many handsome and costly presents One of the prettiest weddings of the season will take place at St Johns church Clay and Walnut streets on Wednesday when Miss Mary Caroline Waltring and John L Martin will be united in the holy bonds of matrimony The ushers will be Messrs Adam C Spieth Edward J Dalton Arthur L Martin and Michael J Schmitt After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Martin will leave for Chicago on a bridal tour On their return they will be at home to their friends at 915 East Washington street The bride is a handsome and popular young lady The groom is an employe of the Hopkins Theater Both have many friends who wish them many happy years of wedded life A surprise granite shower was given Miss Carrie Woltring by a number of her friends at the home of Miss Florence Hallinan 1608 Seventh street Monday evening Among those present were Misses Carrie Woltring Dollie Rush Sarah Lally Rosa Kling Emma Leary Anna Knapp Mollie Moliscb Pauline Stein Besssie Potter Julia Romele Mayme Conroy Mayme Feudt Norma Seaman Sadie Daly Minnie Dettlinger Lula Hallinan Bessie Cronin Anna Mc Kibbin Helena Halliuan Mayme Hulsmeyer Belva Martin Lena Hallinan Florence Hallinan and Mrs B Halllnan Miss Woltring is to be come the bride of John L Martin on Wednesday She received many handfsome presents during the eveningI Mr and Mrs Dennis J Heffernan en tertained Ii number of their friends last Friday night with a most delightful mnslcale and reception at their home on West Chestnut street After the artistic rendition of several difficult solos by Miss Mary Murphy and Joseph Lex the guests were treated to dainty refresh ments the remainder of the pleasant eveiiing being devoted to dancing and otheramusements Among those present were Misses Mary Murphy Miriah Smith Florence Olges Emma Miller Brentlinger Connors Miller and Levi Mesdames John Dyler George Myers and Henry Olges Messrs Joe Lex John Dyler George Miller John Smith George Myers Henry Olges George Gorman Hall Whitehead Fallis and William M Higgins THEY ARE BUSY Barth Clubs are being organized all the city The California Democratic Club will meet every Wednesday night until the election YOUNG PEOPLE DANCE The initial dance of the Mackin Social Club at the club house last Monday night was a pronounced social succeSs and was greatly enjoyed by about 100 young couples The series will continue during the winter season and should prove popular with the young people of the West End Only those having Invitations will be admitted Monday night several visitors from put of town were pretest as special gut n Dry rl of I I I t It t t It t It I I I I I t t FURNITUREOF the Lowest Prices Possible WM R MAYER 419 W MARKET STREET ofJulHN 1 1111 H HH 111 1111011 IIIiltHO- UR I I +lH I II IIHH HI BEST EFFORTS ARE DIRECTED TO BE RECOGNIZED AS Louisvilles Carpet StoreEvery floor is teeming with stocks that tip the acme of excel lence Our exhibition of OARI J5JTSI2J3J RUGSIs without a peer Selection quality and prices alike are strong champions for your fa- vorHUBBUCH BROS624 526 and 528 West Markect Street1 JII H H+IH1 H1 I MH1HIMHHI I I I I HH H t H J 1 +1 +11 1 I I H A Boys Best Friend Is His MotherT- he words of the old song might well be changed to read The HouseKeepers Best Friend is MOTHERS BREAD THERE ARE IMITATIONS AND FOR GOODNESS SAKE look for tIle label KNIGHTS OP COL1IBDSI i Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where A new council was instituted last Sun day at Defiance Ohio Cincinnati Knights nave decided to give two free public lectures during the coming winters An initiation of 100 candidates is pro jected for next month by the council at Columbus Ohio The annual reception of Indianapolis 1banksgivtngleveI affair the most elegant so far given Arrangements are being made in many of the large cities for the conferring of the fourth degree on Thanksgiving One of these functions will take place at Fan evil Hall Boston- Greensburg Ind has a very flourish Ing council The initiation of its first class last week was the occasion of a large gathering of Knights from many points The three degrees were bestowed upon thirtythree candidates San Francisco Council is out for the national convention of 1906 The Santa Fe railroad intends to contribute 15 000 and the Southern Pacific 10000 to the entertainment fund It is estimated that 100000 will be required for enter tainment purposes 25000 of which will be spent for electrical illuminations and decorationsMinnesota Knights have inaugurated movement that will identify the organiza tion with the charity work of the State In the diocese of Winona there are five councils of the order They have planned to hold five charity balls this winter one In each city or town where a council is located the proceeds to be turned over to the orphans of the diocese GREAT SPORT- s Bcln Enjoyed By Lovers of Horse Flash at Jockey 1ClubJ Park This is the seventh day of the fall races inaugurated by the New Louisville Jockey Club last Saturday From the opening day to the present time every thing has passed off harmoniously and in sportsmanlike manner In fact many claim that the horses that have appeared here are superidr to those offered last spring While the crowds attending the fall races have not been as large as dar ing the spring meeting they have been spending crowds The features for the coming week beginning I this afternoon will be the Galt House handicap the fourth race today the Old Inn handicap Tuesday the Willard Hotet handicap Thursday and the Frank Fehr handicap next Saturday For those who like to see the jumpers there will be steeplechases on Tuesday Thursday and Saturday Manager Matt J Winn announces pos itively that the races will close on Satur day October 6 as previously announced MACKINS INITIATION The degree team of Mackin Council met Snadny afternoon at the club house and went through a rehearsal for the presentation of the new ritual at the initiation which takes place on October 1 The members have studied the parts faithfully and will give an impressive exemplification of this ritual which will be used in Louisville for the first timeII As Mackin has been making rapid strides i in membership lately she will have an uansaally largo cltH of Candida tecre dy I for the degrees l1 TvC TCIWLBYS Tuesday nl4d Wednesday Evenings and Wednesday Matinee LITTLE JOHNNY JONES Thursday Friday and Saturday Evenings andi Saturday Matinee 1 THE COUNTY CHAIR- MANHOPKINS 1110 VAUDEVILLETWO Opening Week Beginning Sunday Sept 2= LIQUID AIR DEMONSTRATIONS By Prof Frederick RuggADuketownPar Excellent Armstrong and Holly comedy SiclenInSkatorlnlIictures BUCKINGHAMMATINEE WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY SEPT ft New Century Girls TILE ACME OF SUCCESS- Two great bnrletqpes eight funny 4 comedians nine big vaudeville acts anaIIbright sparkling music THIRD STREET GARDEN F HBRUENS Prop I Restaurant and Cafe Third and Avery Avenues Home Phone 1033 Cumb Phone JOla PIANO BARGAINS0 Nothing like them in the city Come in and let ns play for v you We are glad to have all Look over our makes and prices You will also find here a splendid line of sewing machines to select from a M jo MCCARTHY 1108 WEST MARKET STREET Give your boys an education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville KyaClassicalScientific y JqulplCdGymnasium 500 Round Trip TO ST LOUIS VIA TH- EtlBNDERSONROUTE Saturday September 23 Tickets on sale for train leaving See enth Street Depot at 9 p m of above late only good forTWO DAYS IN ST rtoSt Louis Monday September 25Fonfull iufoJmation ask Henderson Routagent 3 M WOMACK City Passes = ger Agent 230 Bourth Avenue Ijnla A villeJCy l tr a T18I3Sf R QUICWMEALSTEELRANGEg WELLvi urwaiMEAL GAS RANGES Best World first at the St Worlds QEHER 217 Market St Second I1iIiiI I II I I I HI I 1 I I I HHHHMHHiniIIMIIMHI I I I I I I THOMAS KEENAN Funerall Director EDaimer I Calls Promptly Attended to or Night Oarrlaces Furnished for All Occasions Both Phones 365 1225 MARKET STREET IHI I1 1 1iI HI I I I I I HI 11 I I 1 I I I I I I 1 +11 1 I HI I 11 I H I I I H HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER r 838 EAST tIN STREET With the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business of my late husband under the same firm name at East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT 11 I I I I I I I I I I t I I + + I 11 I + Gran Wi3 Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 HI I I I I I 11 I I I I I t A I I I I I I t + Wall the kind until with dont you try Also the Wall Plas Ind 555 AND ALL ALL EAST 8J Aid BAKE LOOK WELL In Fair near All W 838 How have Both 2998 0ccatlons CiIU Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 13th t t T T T a a n- nn to L H STRAUB I J n TRACY BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY 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Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGE LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET KATIE AGNES SMITH Formerly of Gran W Smiths Son- sLAIJYBtHBALftIBR Washing and dressing ladies and chil dren a specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reasonable priqM All calla lKhtHomephone J NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB Autumn Nineteen Days Racing Sept 16 and Ending MeetingNOTED SIX HIGHCLASS ROES This Afternoon Galt House Handicap Tuesday Old Inn Handicap Thursday September 28 The Satur day September 30 The Frank Fehr Handicap HAPPY SURPRISES For Rev Father Sheridan on Occasion of His Silver Jubilee Thursday was the twentyfifth anni versary of the ordination of the Rev John Sheridan the zealous and beloved pastor of St Michaels on Brook street and was made the occasion of a happy surprises on the part of priests and peo pIe Following the jubilee mass in the morning the children assembled with the Sisters in the school hall when addresses were delivered and songs sung and the reverend gentleman presented a handsome purse of silver Just before noon two clergymen friends kidnaped Father Sheridan for a carriage ride while the ladies of the parish pre pared an excellent banquet On the return the reverend gentleman was as tonished to find a number of his priest friends awaiting him in the library among them being Fathers White Walsh Raffo Hugh Brady Crane Melody Ohle A Brady and others He was then in vited with his guests to the banquet table gracefully presided over by Mes dames James McBride Joe Rickelman Ben Sandman and others where a most enjoyable hour was spent In the evening the good father was given another surprise by the young ladies of the parish who assembled at the rectory for the purpose of partaking a bounteous supper and presenting a well filled purse and wound up the day happily with song and laughter RIGHT IN LINE Division 3 Decides to Have a Big Anniversary Cel ebration Division 3 A O H held a fairly well attended meeting Monday night in the Hopkins Theater building when another application was received and arrange meats perfected for the initiation of a large class of candidates at the next meeting The invitation from Division 1 to attend the reunion Tuesday night was accepted after which the members listened to a fine address by John Hessian Attention was called to the fact that the twentyfirst anniversary of Division 3 would occur October 16 andafter a number of short talks reviewing the good deeds of the members during that time it was decided to observe the event in a fitting manner Chairman Patrick T Sullivan and the Literary Committee were instructed to prepare a programme to be submitted at the meeting to be held October 2 Division 3 has been making great strides during the past two years and it is safe to predict the anniversary celebration will be conducted on an elaborate scale ALMOST READY Few Finishing Touches Re main to Be Put on St Augustines Everything is progressing toward the completion of the new church of St Augustine Jeffersonville and that edifice will be formally dedicated on the morn ing of Sunday October 1 The Right Rev Bishop Chatard of Indianapolis will officiate About all that remains to complete the finishing touches is the placing of the three altars These will be ready within the required time Handsome and comfortable pews and confessionals ornately carved have been installed The structure bespeaks the SpanishRenaissance style of archi tecture Concrete walks have been con structed around the church and rectory The new church will take the place of the one destroyed by fire in December 1803 It is a credit to the Rev Father OConnell and his parishioners who have worked hard to make its comple tion possible SILVER JUBILEE Sister Margaret Mary Directress of Studies at the Academy of Our Lady of Mercy on East Broadway will celebrate the twentyfifth anniversary as a member of the order next week Tomorrow the celebration win be for the Sisters alone High mass will be celebrated at 9 oclock OnTuesday the alumnae will celebrate Like the Sisters they will have a high mass at 9 oclock and this will be followed by an all day reception NEW YM I COUNCIL Sarto Council Y M Iwill officiate at the institution ofa new council at Knottsvllle Daviese county tomorrow afternoon Fred W Arnold will be in charge of the degree team The new council will atartwith thirtyseven char ter members WORTHY CAUSE The people of St Matthew congrega tion ia Marion county have arranged to J SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O iiD- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday i Evenings of Bach Month BarryVicef J Sullivan Recording SecretaryThomas Kee JrFinancial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank street- TreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentJohn J Sullivan Recording SecretaryJoe Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice President Patrick J Welch Recording Secretary John Morris Financial SecretaryPat King 1846 Lytle Street SentinelPatrickColeman BegleySergeantRUev 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 Rellly Treasurer William J Connelly DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First nnd Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentMichael Kinney PresidentRobert Gleason Vice PresidentMichael Breen Recording SecretaryJ B Murphy JrI Financial SecretaryThomas Gleason TreasurerLouis Constantine MarshalPeter Madden DoorkeeperOwen McCann Banner CarrierLawrence Ford Y Ski i MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President William Kerberg First Vice President W Sbaughnessy Second Vice PresidentB J Sands Recording Secretary Frank Morgan Financial SecretaryGeorge J Lautz Corresponding SecretaryF Lanahan Treasurer Joseph Steltenpohl MarshalJohn Kenney Inside SentinelJohn Stewart Outside Sentinel Patrick Mullarkey SATOLLI COUNCIL 103 Meets Every Monday Evening at Club- Rooms Weile Building 6364th Ave President Jofcn J Crotty First Vice President William J OConnorSecond Vice PresidentJ J Sava uagh Financial SecretaryWill P McDon ogh 1212 Sixth Street Recording SecretaryJos Lenihan Corresponding SecretaryJ Fahey Treasurer James B Perry MarshalGeorge S Zorn Inside Sentinel Joseph Kelly Outside Sentinel Saml J Boldrick rfIfR M INDRIOT 8 83018 WnUijN MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Ttres 205 SlId 207 WEST GREEN ST give a picnic in the beech grove near the school house on Saturday September 30 The committee promises good music refreshments a splendid country dinner and other attractions These good people desire to assist their pastor the Rev J J Neafsey in building a new church Everybody is invited to attend TRINITY VS MACKIN Managers Martin and Carr have arranged for a ball game on the James grounds tomorrow afternoon between the teams representing Trinity and Mackin Councils There js quite a strong rivalry between the two teams and a warm game maybe looked for It has been distinctly agreed that neither team shall have any player outside its own council and that the game will be played on its merits Each club has a large following of rooters All fruit jars the lids and rubbers should be sterilized in boiling water before ustgwallhiBg being inwSelemt Pst them OM la cold water sad let come to a boil u Provincial or the Passlonlsis Will Visit Louisville Next Spring Among the distinguished churchmen who are expected here to attend the ded ication of the new monastery of the Pas AprilisVery Rev Dr James Kent Stone In religion he is known as Father Fidelia Father Fldelis was horn in Boston Mass and came ofa family noted for its learn ing James Kent the great American jurist and author of Commentaries on Americau Law was his maternal grand father lIe himself graduated from Harvard and is a veteran of the Civil war his brother serving with him being killed by his side When the war was over Dr Stone turned his attention to the ministry and became like his father a minister in the Episcopalian church Later he served successfully as President of Hobart Col lege Geneva N Y and of Kenyon Col lege Gambier O While he was re spectedand honored by the Episco palians he did not eeem satisfied In 1869 he became a Catholic and entered the Paulist order where he remained a short time before joining the Passionists For twelve years he was a missionary in South America and later spent several years in Rome Father Fidelis has writ ten a number of religious works that have been favorably received The new Passionist monastery is being rapidly pushed but months remain be fore it will be ready for the ceremony of dedication It is expected that Arch bishop Falconio will officiate at the ded icatory exercises Possibly Cardinal Gibbons may preach the sermon TRINITY COUNCIL Clark and Hund Teams Ready For Membership Contest There was a good attendance Monday night at the meeting of Trinity Council which was interesting and enlivened by spirited debate Joseph Rush who has been ill for several weeks was the only member reported on the sick list Following the example of Mackin Council twelve well known and popular members were appointed a committee to form a social club that will provide entertain ment for the young men and women of the East End during the fall and winter monthsMessrs Ben Hund and Dr F S Clark announced that their teams bad been selected and were ready for the member ship contest that will be waged until the first of the new year when it is hoped Trinity will have the largest roster in the reportsfromFrank Adams of the Board of Grand Directors and Clarence Zook made short addresses tuft received generous ap plause The financial reports submitted showed a steady increase in the reserve fund of the council ANDY B LUDWIG Succeeds Late I N Vctfcr as Superintendent of the Workhouse Mayor Grainger is being generally con gratulated on having selected Andy B Ludwig to succeed the late Ignatius N Vetter as Superintendent of the Work house Mr Ludwig has been promi nently identified with labor unions and Democratic politics since he attained his majority He was formerly State Inspector of Factories but during sev eral years past has been one of the recorders in the County Clerks office He is a leading member of the Musicians Union As Superintendent of the Workhouse he will receive a salary of 100 a month with house and mainte nance free His selection is an admir able one DANGER PASSED The many friends of William Bosler Jr son of the Bailiff of the Police Court will feel relieved to know that he is now out of danger and is convalescing from a second attack of appendicitis at the family residence 724 Sixth street When he has recovered sufficient strength he will undergo an operation that will afford him entire relief DOWN TO WORK From Grand Director Con J McBar ron of New Albany it is learned that a council of the Young Mens Institute will be organised in Jeffersonville eerly next month with a charter list of about fifty names The charter has been approved by Grand President Fries and as soon as the Grand Secretary is heard dateIfore FRflNK FEHR BREWING 60INOORPORATED Brewers and Bottlers ILOUI6YILLS7 Kr PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TELEPHONE U389 9 Louisville Branch Fourteenth and Jefferson Sts DRINK Hofbrau 1 sever Beer a BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BRE ING C01tIPANYINCORPORATED TELEPHONE 482 LOUXVXLLB ICYI Cumb Phone lain 1913 Home Phone 1913 THE WIEDEMANNBREWING Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky ASK FOR DIERENSCELEBRATED a 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1eatlcllY typewriter s1tHl n1tt v etc torah l Machines tye e Blank Book and Paper Box manufacture Lt abItb anb Steen St0 m Xouioville f +tU 1 tIt It HUtC- IUIDAGXJIIIICIIK dilllf e8 1 0L Ali345 KOhBIj I 0- n c 0 Everything NeI- s irN- shown in every department in the house Our stocks never were so flourishing with all the newness as they are today Come and see our stocks in all their beauty and freshness Our Annual Fall Opening Will continue all next week We cordially request the presence of every reader of thisCad There will be music to add to the attractiveness of the various bargains iQ9IIMarket iStreet THJJ STORE THAT ALWAYS DOES THJHQS RIOT 0 OO00 IRELANDRe- cord of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges It is stated that Messrs Guinness i Co contemplate starting an extensive ale brewery in Dublin Belfast grocers jewelers hairdresser and drapers have declared against tbe proposed half holiday The Cork Gas Consumers Gas Com pany has declared another half yearly dividend of 8 per cent William Armstrong was sentenced to tia months imprisonment for breaking ia window in the house of R L Brown in RoscommonThe of Cashel on a recent visit to Rosslare was tendered a heart reception by priests and people of Tagoat County Wexford While training n young donkey at the Cross about seven miles from Arklow ia laborer named McGurk sustained injuries that caused his death- A chimney sweep named Carroll was murdered near Portunna and two met named Casey were arrested in connec tion with the occurrence Patrick Derwin has been returne for trial on a charge of having taken a quan tity of broken stone the property of the ongford County Council John Dixon who was entombed in a collapsed wall near Birr was rescued alive and well after having been impris oned nearly twentysix hours Michael Keane of Cappatagle one of tbe Galway political prisoners was ac corded an enthusiastic welcome on his release by the people of Longhrea and districtOwen Carroll an old man who had returned from Australia to Dundalk to which place he originally belonged com mitted suicide by taking twenty grains ofstrychnineRecently excursion train conveying a large number of Irish National For esters to Derry was furiously stoned while passing an Orange district and several persons were injured The people of Mullingar presented Sis ter Mary De Sales Dawson with a golden chalice and plates and silver can dlesticks in commemoration of the gol den jubilee of her profession as a nun At tbe Edward street schools in Tralee kindly lent by the Christian Brothers for the occasion the Hon Rocky Mountain OBrien delivered an Interesting address on The Irish Race in America The lecture was in aid of the Kerry 08 me morial project- Owing to impaired eyesight and de dining health the Right Rev Dr Gaff o ney Bishop of Meath has petitioned his Holiness Pope Pius X to be relieved of the administration of his diocese The announcement of his retirement is re ceived with regret A public subscription has been opened under the auspices of the Boyle branch and the North Roscommon Executive of the United Irish league as a public pro test and defence against the attacks of the bogus outrage mongers on the good name of the people of the district The Abbeyfeale Town Tenants Mao elation and Gaelic Athletic Club have passed resolutions thanking County Councillor McNanghton for resigning his position on the Limerick Infirmary Committee in favor of the Rev Father Casey of Abbeyfeale whom it was sought to exclude from membership of committeeA and rather sudden death took place in Dungarvan Mrs Simon OBrien a most respectable lady came to town to do her marketing and toward evening she became rather suddenly ill and retired into a friends house The priest and doctor were sent for and happily both arrived in a few minutes The llady lingered for about half an hour when death took place At the Newry Board of Guardians a re port was read from a special committee appointed to inquire into and investigate a letter received from Sister M Malacby nurse of the workhouse in connec don with friction among the nurses in the infirmary The committee wmre unan liaotw in believing that any friction which Might exist war altogether brought about by the unauthorized interference of individual guardians and their injudicious visits to the workhouse at unreason able hours If the board had confident in their superintending officials thes visits of individual guardians must be discountenanced in tbe strongest possible manner PRETTY RACE For Honor and Prizes In the Falls City Bowling League The following table shows the standing of the clubs comprising the Falls City Bowling League which rolls on Haageri and Grotes Alleys every Tuesday even ing It looks like the Kentucky Irish American team intends to make a runaway race of it for first money having won twelve straight games their nearest competitors being the Ferncliffe and I John C Lewis teams who are tied for second place The standing of the otbe I six teams gives promise of some warn contests as they are all tied for third as well as last place A great many of the fair sex attend the games and root for their respective favorites The officer of the league nre John J Barry President Squire John N Velten Vice President Dennis J Gleeson Secretary J G Minnegerode Treasurer Fred Stengel SergeantatArms W L PC Kentucky Irish American12 0 JOW John C Lewis 7 5 584 Ferncliffe 7 5 b- 3Loevenhart4 8 333 Squire Adams 4 8 333 Hopeful 4 8 33J Henry L Kohler 4 8 333 J M Robinson Norton 4 8 I3J THEATRICAL Patrons of the Masonic Theater will have their first musical comedy of the season next week when The Seminary Girl will be the offering It is said that this is an unusually elaborate production with tuneful music witty lines and plenty of pretty girls The engagement- of The Seminary Girl is for the entire week The production has been success fnl elsewhere and promises to be a hit here The New Century Girls will be next weeks attraction at the Buckingham and should draw large audiences for every performance This is regarded one of the strongest aggregations of vaudeville talent that will be seen here this season The burlesques abound with the latest and most catchy music and are presented with a wealth of scen ery and electrical effects that can not be surpassed In addition there is an olio of nine new and uptodate acts Water will boil on a cake of ice and mercury wilfbe frozen at the Hopkins next week when Prof Rugg gives a liquid air demonstration The act will be tbe topliner of an Interesting bill Clayton Jasper and Jenkins are booked for a comedy turn and the three great Nevaros will be seen in thrilling acrobatic stunts West and Van Siclen will introduce their Musical Gymnasium and Marcus and Gartelle are two clever men on roller skates Armstrong and Holly Miss Nettie Fields and the kino drome are to be among the other good features Next Tuesday and Wednesday nights and Wednesday matinee at Macaulcys patrons of theplay will be given achance- to see the Yankee Doodle comedian George M Cohan and his company of one hundred people in his musical com edy success Little Johnny Jones Tbe piece comes here direct from New York where it enjoyed a stay of twentysix weeks of genuine popularity George Ades The County Chairman follows for three nights beginning Thursday September 28 with a matinee Saturday It is such a quaint portrayal of life in the Middle West that it touches the heart strings of people who have grownup ia this atmosphere C K orAAmong all fraternal life insurance companies the order of the Catholic Knights of America has proven to be the best Its rates guarantee the- Futuref existence of the order Write to President Felix Gandhi New Orleans LaOC to Secretary Anthony Matre Mermodjaccard Building St Lovis Mo Ci e Market iStreet i HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOel1eral- News Notes Dont forget the reunion of Division 1 next Tuesday night You are invited- A new division has been organized at Northampton Mass This makes six in that one small town More than 1000 people attended the unveilng of the Hibernian monument in St Josephs cemetery at Keene New HamphireDivision 1 of Hartford Conn has to seek new quarters on account of its large and constantly growing membership It has now 130 members Division 2 will not meet again until the first Friday in October Con Ford will have some earnest work mapped out for the rest of the year The twentieth anniversary of Division 4 of Detroit occurs October 25 The event will be comemorated by initiating one hundred candidates- A very successful State insurance plan is in force in Michigan and the State officers are working to report 5000 mem bers by the end of the year Division 31 of Dorchester Mass cele brated its tenth anniversary on Monday State President William P Lyons and several other State officers were present Division 4 meets next Wednesday night Matters that will interest every member will be considered and the officers therefore hope for a large attend anceAll members of the order inJCbester county have been invited to attend a union meeting on the last Sunday in September when several good speakers from other points in Pennsylvania will address them The greatest event in fraternal circles in Toledo for many years was the recent social session of Division 3 and the Ladies Auxiliary More than 2000 per sons were present- Division 1 of New Albanylwilljglve the next of its series oi euchres next Tues day night at Holy Trinity Hall A large crowd was present at the last one and the Hibernians are grateful to their friends for the manner they are turning outThe last joint initiation held in St Josephs Hall in Indianapolis was attend ed by many visiting members and the event was made historical by the reso lution adopted for a big celebration on the occasion of the visitl of Douglas Hyde PLEASANT SURPRISE Among the pretty weddings of the past week was that of Miss EvaC Gat terdam and Mr Henry F Kersting Jr The wedding took place at tbe bome of the bride 1422 Van Buren street Tues day at 430 oclock and will be a great surprise to her host of friends and ad mirers Miss Gatterdam is the beautiful and attractive daughter of Mr and Mrs Philip Gatterdam and is a brilliant musician both vocally and instrument ally along with her many other graces and accomplishments Mr Kersting is a very popular young jeweler of West Market street Miss Eva Hensel was bridesmaid and Ferdinand Kersting was groomsman while Miss Mae J Tierney and Mr D Gatterdam stood up for the young couple After the ceremony was performed the wedding supper was served at the home of the groom 2840 West Market street Mr and Mrs Kers ting will spend several weeks in Chicago and the East and will be at home to their friends afterOctober 1 PLEASANT EUCHRE Branch 110 Catholic Knights and La dies of America of New Albany will give a euchre at Holy Trinity Hall on Friday afternoon and night September 29 The games will be called at 230 and 830 oclock sharp The ladies having the affair in charge assure all who attends good time Members of sister branches- in Louisville and Jeffersonville are cor dially invited to attend Handsome prizes will be awarded the successful contestants ct 11 OC H IUnt t Ul nt tJt+ tt I n ItH t + tLE AND STABItrs ARM DEMANDED IN YOUR FURNITUREBut storeto get the style and quality The factories where all good furniture is made arent located on fine streets and there is where the best of then buy it Thats where I buy mine and I pay no more than others often less on account of quantity purchased The difference neighborhood other economies possible and there is where I interest you I give you in Irices the benefit of these economies Just investigate and see Come in and let me show you the most stylish stock buyIgoods with others I sell the products ofthe best manufacturers of Furniture Carpets Cook Stoves and Ranges cheaper than the same goods can be I had elsewhere 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