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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r re If i f r- yr AMERICAN n fr 1- yr 1 e VOLUME XVNO 13 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 30 1905 PRICE FIVE CENTS GALA NIGHT fl Division 1 Surprised One of Its Worthy and Active Members John M Mulloy Was Hand somely Remembered at Social Session Music and Oratory Helped Hi bernians to Spend Pleas ant Evening A MOVE IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION so Division 1 A 0 H certainly did itself proud Tuesday night in holding a social session that ought to be a model of for similar affairs by other divisions of the order It was Mulloy night and a everybody was happy and contented The principal feature of the evening wes the presentation to John M Mulloy of three handsome pieces of furniture as a token of esteem for the unselfish services he has rendered Division 1 and the order generally during the past three yearsc Incidental to the presentation there was plenty of Irish oratory sweet music and an abundance of light refreshments and cigars Taken all and all it was the best thing the Hibernians have done Inm years While there was a good crowd present the pity of it was that so few P from other divisions and so few outside of the order attended An affair like that of Tuesday night when Irishmen outside the order are Invited would do more to swell the ranks than the per sonal solicitation of members President James P Barry called the division to order at 8 oclock and at once announced that in view of the fact that the special committee had provided a social session all routine business would be dispensed with He then introduced Attorney Thomas Walsh as the first speaker of the evening Mr Walsh wast in his happiest vein and paid high tributee to the worth of the men and women of Ireland who despite tyranny and oppres l 1 sion had graced every walk of lifes r whether in statesmanship oratory the 1 artsandsclncesprofessions politics and last but by no means least had fulf filled their duty to our holy mother 1 church The speaker also told briefly v what the Aucient Order was doing for he people of our race in Louisville and all over America making them better Irishmer better American citizens and better Catholics In conclusion Mr Walsh said that there was one Hibernian whom the members of Division 1 wanted to thank to whom they wanted in some slight manner to show their appreciation for services rendered a man who night after night and day after day had given his time and his labor for the success of HI- bernian enterprises- At this juncture Messrs Joseph Dougherty John J Cronen and William M Higgins of the Social Session Committee appeared from the anteroom each carrying piece of handsome furni ture which they placed in the center of the floor and in front of the Presidents rostrum Mr Walsh then formally named John M Mulloy as the recipient of NoI 1s favorIMr Mulloy had received a solar plexus i blow He was dazed and was about to take the count until dragged to his feetI and led to the center of the hall by Messrs Dougherty Higgins and Cronen Even then he was at a loss as to what to say At length he stammered outtlI believe this is all a put up job He was assured that it was Then he addedtlI believe you fellows are handing me something Again he was assured that he had guessed right Finally Mr Mnllor modestly thanked the members of Division 1 for their splendid gifts but assured them that he had only done his duty as a member had only done what he thought any Hibernian should do and that he had done it without any hope of reward He pledged himself to con tinue to work as hard for the order iin future as he had in the past Mr Mul boys little address was received with round after round of applause Tom callys orchestra helped to enliven the affair with a medley of good old IrishI airs while Mr Mulloy and other mean bers inspected the presents They in dude a handsomely carved quartered oak center table a ladys quartered oak rocker of magnificent workmanship and a Morris reclining chair After the music President Barry call upon William M Higgins editor of the Kentucky Irish American to tell in be t presentslions N stated that several weeks ago Messrs Dougherty Cronen and himself bad been appointed a special committee to arrange this special session and had been em powered to select asuitable token of esteem for their hard working brother Mulloy In casting about for an ap I propriate present the committee conceived that if Mrs Mulloy bad to walt up every night that her husband attended a division or committee meeting her temper was less likely to be ruffled if she had a handsome easy chair to rast J Then it followed that another easy chair r should be procured for Mr Mullo With the handsome table between he soldi thel two eould sit and talk till broad 0- i xiftyUgbt in the morning The applause U f n Li that followed Mr Higgins address signed I that all present approved the wisdom of the committees choice While the orchestra played more Irish medleys all present were helped to the refreshments so abundantly provided After an interval of fifteen minutes Presi dent Barry rapped for order and intro duced that veteran Hibernian James P Rogers Mr Rogers told how he had thlrtyoneIname and fame of Hibcrnianlsm He advised the younger members not only to attend regularly the meetings of their own division but to make it a point to visit other divisions and see what they were doing His remarks were well reoJ ceivedNational Director George J Butler was the next speaker He recounted the work of the National Board which met at Atlantic City last July and spoke feelingly of the interest his Grace ArchSbishop Farley the National took in the order Mr Butler urged the members to build up the order locally that Hibernianism would be a power socially commercially and in every way Mr Butlers address Was one of the best the evening to State President Keenan followed with brief address in which be expressed his pride in No 1 and told what the order was doing in Kentucky Prof Siebert of Scallys orchestra gave a cornet solo and was compelled to respond to an encore More refresh at ments were distributed and after the had been lighted President Barry called upon Alderman Charles F Taylor b for a few remarks Mr Taylor responded in his usual happy style County President Thomas Quinn made a few re arks that were well received Martin Cusick urged an early joint initiation M OReilly said the order in Kentucky should have for its motto the motto of our State United we stand divided we fall Alderman Joseph Nevin made a brief speech paying tribute tor the Irish race Irishmen he said were never shaft horses always leaders ExState Secretary James Coleman made a hit when he said he was glad No1 had changed the existing order of things Instead of only lauding the dead they were showing the appreciation of the works of living active members a Joseph P McGinn of Division 4 urged the members of the order to establish an employment bureau William T Meehan of Division 2 expressed his de light with the evenings entertainment and said had he known what was in store for Mr Mulloy he would have packed the Iin hall with Mulloya German as well as Irish Friends Tom Dolan told a number of his new and best stories after which all present regaled themselves with refresh ments and then adjourned ST MICHAELS Congregation Will Celebrate I Annlversary of Dedi cation Tomorrow is the anniversary of the dedication of St Michaels church It was dedicated in the early GOs and each year on Rosary Sunday that event is commemorated The late Rev Father Michael Powers was the first pastor He was succeeded by the Rev Father Flag genborg now among the dead In 1888 Father John Sheridan the present pas tor was appointed During the seven teen years of his residence at St Mich aels Father Sheridan hRS greatly endeared himself to his parishioners- In celebration of the anniversary tomorrow hlgti mass will be sung at 10I oclockwith Father Sheridan as cele brant The Rev Father Crane will preach the sermon In the evening at 730 oclock there will be vespers rosary sermon and Ben ediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament The Rev Father Charles P Raffo will preach the sermon BISHOP MAES Guest of Honor at Hibernian Affair at Coving tonI Members of Division 1 A O H of Covington gave a reception on Thurs day night of last week in honor of the Right Rev Camilins Paul Macs Bishop of Covington and State Chaplain of the Ancient Order of Hibernians Messrs Stephen R Hallen Burnett Moore and James Maloney representing No 1 and Misses Elizabeth Cannon and May Mur ray representing the Ladies Auxiliary formed the Reception Committee whoI bede entered the fourhorse carriage providedI for him Headed by abrass band ofr thirty pieces and burning green fire the cortege proceeded through the principalI streets en route to Divisioni 1a hall where the reception was held The hall was decorated with green flogs and the stars and stripes in honor of the occasion Addresses of welcome were delivered by Attorney Frank A Hanlon City Solicitor Attorney Stephen R Hallen and others John P Dunphy made a hit with a reci1i tation Ada Conkling and John Dillon rendered several Irish songs in excellent style Bishop Mae made fitting response to hns hosts to understand that if hewas not Thye prelate paid high tribute to he loylty of the Hibernians to their churchtin d paptars1 0o n H yi DEDICATION Of New St Augustines Church atJofTorsonvilIo Takes Place Tomorrow Like the Phoenix New Edifice Arises From Ashes of the Old Right Rev Bishop ODon aghuo Will Officiate at Exercises OF PRIEST AND PARISH The new church of St Augubtirie in in effersonville will be formally dedicated the service of God tomorrow morning The Right Rev Denis ODonaghue Auxiliary Bishop of Indianapolis will officiate at the dedicatory ceremonies and will also preach the sermon The Rev Father W J Cronin of Clinton h- Ind who was formerly assistant rector the old St Augustines will celebrate the high mass following the dedicatory exercises It is needless to say that stand ng room will be at a premium within the edifice before the ceremonies begin since Catholics of New Albany and Lou sville will vie with their brethren in Jeffersonville in their interest in the new house of God Besides Bishop ODonagbue it is believed that many of the most prominent clergy in Indiana will assist at the ceremonies In the Evening at 730 oclock there will be the rosary sermon and Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament The orator of the evening will be one noted for his eloquence and zeal in the cause of they one true faithIThe new St Augustines is indeed a stately edifice and would reflect credit Son the Catholics of a larger town It has seating capacity of about 700 but it is estimated that it will hold close to 900 people The new pews have been placed and the three handsome alters have been erected In fact everything is in com plete readiness for the ceremonies which will take place tomorrow And to be sure there is not a prouder happier man Indiana than the Rev Father John P OConnell pastor of St Augustines It was he who on that wintry night of December 9 1903 stood in the street with tears streaming down his face when he saw that the firemen were unable to prevent the destruction of the old church He was well nigh heart broken But his people rallied around him and bade him be of good cheer As ii- in the days of Joshua the people held up the arms of their priest while he prayed for victory And victory has been theirs Priest and people are proud of their achievementAnd all the credit is due to the people of St Augustines In theitt darkest hour the nonCatholics of Jeffer souville with true Christian spirit came I to the aid of their afflicted brethren On the morning after the church was burned and neither pastor qor people I knew where to seek a temporary place ofworship Mr Speith the proprietor l of Spieths Hall came forward and tendered the use of his building free ofe charge for 63 long a period as it wouldII be necessary The offer was accepted I with thanks and for more than eighteen 4 months services were held in Speitha I Hall on Sundays and holydays For this favor the Catholics of St Augustine are under a lasting debt of gratitude and which they will eventually repay a hundredfoldFather P OConnell who has worked so hard to build the new church was born at Loogootce Ind of Irish parents Early in life he decided to devote his life to the ministry of God After a preliminary schooling at Loa Bootee he pursued his classical and theo logical studies at St Meinrads College He was ordained at Indianapolis in 1893 and his first mission was that of assistant at St Augustines He proved an able aid to Father Audran now deceased and soon endeared himself to the whole congregation On the death of Father Audran several years ago Father OCon nell was appointed pastor Ever since be has labored night and day for his people and is not only beloved by his own but he has the respect and admir ation of all denominations in Jefferson ville In the work of securing funds for building the new church Father OCon nell has been greatly aided by the fol lowing members of his parish Georg- Volgt Michael and John Kenney Robert Gleason James B and Frank Doherty Maurice Barney and John Gelid Edward Michael and Archie Kehoe James Burke Thomas and Ham ilton Duffy Peter Madden Police Com missioner John Murphy Redmond Stan ton Martin Fogarty James Mans Anthony Devitt Dennis QHearn Thomas Monqhan Thomas OHearn Jamea Mullen Pierce Cowman and Mar tin Conroy Although Catholics have lived in and around Jeffersonville for more than 100 years it was not until 1850 that mass was celebrated there Previous to that time the faithful Catholics had to cross the river in skiffs to attend mass and to have their children baptized It was anI Irish priMt tram Vincennes Father Maloney who celebrated the first main a Jefferaonville The holy sacrifice WM OJ 1 3 celebrated in an Inn called the Hensley House on Front street between Pearl and Mulberry Father Maloneys visit made the Catholics of Jeffersonville think of getting a church of their own and a resident pastor and a year later on August 10 the Right Rev Bishop Martin John Spalding of Louisville afterward Archbishop of Baltimore blessed the corner stone of St Anthonys church the first house of Catholic worship in Jeffersonville On October 18 of the same year the church was dedicated This church was 50x22 feet and was built on Canal street between Maple and Market It was known as St Anthonys and was frequented by both German and Irish Cath olics The first mass was celebrated in the new church by the Rev Father Otto Jair of St Bonifaces church Louisville Father Jair again celebrated mass in the new church on January 23 1852 Being unable to take regular charge of the congregation Father Jair had to content himself with attending sick calls It was not until March 17 1853 that Jeffer sonville had a resident pastor He came the person of the Rev Father August Bessonies who was accompanied by Bishop de St Palais of Vincennes At the end of three years Father Bessonies left and was succeeded by the Rev William Doyle who was succeeeed by his brother the Rev Philip Doyle a year The congregation was growing all the time and it became necessary to make provision for the better attention- of the people The corner stone of St Augu tines church was blessed on October 10 1863 by the Right Rev Bishop Spalding of Louisville but on April 16 1804 the Rev Father Andrew Michael was appointed pastor of the new congregation and not until then was work on the new church pushed He died from smallpox contracted while attending to his duties and it was not until March 17 1808 that the roof was put on the church and the first mass celebrated Father Ernest Audran was then appointed pastor a position he retained more than thirty years and until his death a few ago From the time St Anthonys divided in 1883 until the present the German Catholics continue to worship at Anthonys while the Englishing Catholics have attended St Augus tinesSt Augustines has a comfortable rectory and commodious parochial school buildings Its people are Godfearing- and thrifty RIVAL TEAMS Of Mackin Council Have Gotten Down To Hard Work Mackin Council held the largest and most enthusiastic meeting of the season Tuesday night President Kerberg was in the chair and dispatched the routine business with proper celerity Three new applications were received The Sick Committee reported that Joe Heck mann was improving and that Jacob Heinrich was still sick at Rexville Ind Reports showed that the rival contest teams under the leadership of Captains Frank Lanahan and John A Farrell had gotten down to work Every member of the council is lined up on one side or the other and it is hoped to increase Mack ins membership to 500 by the opening of the new year All arrangements have been made for the big initiation which will be held in Mackins club house at 2 oclock tomorrow afternoon Seventy candidates are to receive the degrees under the supervision of Council Deputy George J Lautz Members of other councils are invited to attend the initla tion Several improvements are being made in the gymnasium and at an early date it will be fitted for basket ball LAID TO REST Beloved Priest Pell a Vlculm I to Blood Poison Ing Funeral services over the remains oi the Rev Father Edward R Kenney formerly assistant rector of Holy Trinity church New Albany were held in St Patricks cathedral Indianapolis on Monday morning The Right Rev Denis ODonaghue Auxiliary Bishop off Indianapolis and rector of St Patricks cathedral celebrated the solemn mass oft requiem In addition toall the cler of Indianapolis the Very Rev Father Charles Curran rector of Holy Trinit church New Albany and many other priests from various parts of the diocese attended the obsequies The remain were sent to Richmond Ind where the were interred on Tuesday Father Kenney was born at Richmond heordination he spent several years 01 minor missions A little more than ton years ago he was transferred to New Albany where he became assistant to the Rev Father John Kelly the late lamented rector of Holy Trinity church Here Father Kenney greatly endeared himself to the peopleand had a panic- tar hold on the young men When Father Rally died several mouths ago Father Kenney remained acting rector until the appointment of the Very Rev Charles Curran when he was transferred to Indianapolis as assistant to Bisho ODonaghue at St Patricks cathedral His worth as a priest of our holy moth church was just beginning to bs felt when death overtook him Blood poison resulting from an ulcerated tooth cause his untimely demise rather Keane bad many friends in iLouliville anion the clergy and laity who regret hU death I tS n- n TEDEUMA- nthems of Praise Will Assoncl From St Peters Stately Church iFour Days of Solemn Festival to Commemorate GoldenII Jubilee t 1 Every Order in the Diocese Will Assist at the Solemn Ceremonies 1 I A TIME OF GENERAL REJOICING The reverend clergy and the good peo pIe of St Peters congregation will cele brate the fiftieth anniversary of that bodys establishment beginning at the late mass at 10 oclock tomorrow morning and continuing each day thereafter until and including Wednesday Both priests and people have made ample arrangements for the four days festival The young and old the dead as well as the living will be remembered in this time of rejoicing Fifty yearsnot a long time when compared with Gods eternity and yet a time longer by far than the average life of man Fifty years ago that part of Louisville where St Peters church was established on Southgate street between Sixteenth and Seventeenth was just emerging from a state of wilderness German men and women from the Fatherland had settled thereabout and were beginningto make it bloom as the rose It was in that same year that the KnowNothlngs with their bigoted cry Down withjthe Dutch and to hell with the Irish had causedthe sac rifice of innocent lives and valuable prop erty on Bloody Monday But these faithful German Catholics were nothing daunted They and their forefathers had withstood persecution for the faith in the old land for centuries Why not in the new world And so it came to pass that in the fall of 1855 St Peters congregation was established- It is to commemorate in a fitting man ner this event that the golden jubilee or fiftieth anniversary celebration has beenI Deranged Not only will the members of St Peters celebrate but every Catholic congregation in the city will lend its quota to the solemn services The Right Rev William George Mc Closkey Bishop of Louisville will oc cupy a throne in the sanctuary at theI opening services at 10 oclock tomorrow His deacons of honor will be the Right Rev Monsignor Francis Zabler and the Very Rev Paul Alf O F M The cele brant of the mass will be the Very Rev Dr Louis M Miller O M C Provin cial of Syracuse N Y He will be as sisted by the Rev Father Vincent Duim ovlch O M C now Chaplain of St Josephs Orphan Asylum but formerly pastor of St Peters as deacon the Rev Leo Greulich OM Cnow pastor of St Anthouys and formerly of St Peters as subdeacon and the Rev Seraphim Schlang S T D O M C as master of ceremonies The sermon will be de livered by the Very Rev Dr Louis Mil ler an old Louisville favorite His sub ject will be The Work of the Parish and of the Fathers The choir under the direction of Prof Constantine Koll gos will render Mozarts superb Twelfth Mass Miss Nellie Chase will preside at the organ St Peters choir will be assisted by the members of St Anthonys choir the Concordia Singing Society and a full orchestral accompaniment In the evening at 730 oclock solemn vespers will be sung the Rev Father Stephen Preisser O M C of Syracuse will preach in German on the subject The Church the House of God the Dwelling of the Most High Benediction of the most blessed sacrament will close the services for the day Monday will be young peoples day and the solemn high mass will begin at 0 oclock with the Very Rev Leo Greu lich as celebrant the Rev Patrick Walsh of the Sacred Heart church dea con the Rev George Weiss of St Georges snbdeacon and the Rev C P Raffo of St Charles master of cere bygythe childrens choir of St Peters church bye solemn vespers and benediction and an English sermon delivered by the Rev Father William Gausepohl of St Mary beyOur Young People Believing in the teaching of the church that It is a holy and wholesome thought nto pray for the dead Tuesday lies beer set aside as a day of commemoration for deceased members and Benefactors of St Peters A solemn high mass requiem will be celebrated at 9 oclock withthe Rev Stephen A Prelseer of Syracuse nai celebrant the Rev Bonaventure Cicek SeraphimuI Schlang O M c subdeacon and the Rev Paul Vollrath O M C master of ceremonies The childrens choir will render the Gregorian requiem At 730I oclock in the evening after the recitall WebersinkePO F Mj will preach a sermon Daccaered Members Wednesday the closing day of the congrev gation together again t Dulmovich will celebrate solemn hlJh maw at tt oclock He will be aatUiTd n m by the Rev W R Dunn O Pof St Louis Bertrands church as deacon the Rev Theodore Noonan C P of the Sacred Heart Retreat as sgb deacon and the Rev Leo Greulich master of cere monies The choir will render the music of Haydns Third Mass Solemn bene diction of the most blessed sacrament will follow and the four days celebration will be brought to a close with the sing ing of a grand Te Deum in which all present are expected to join The Rev Jerome Preisser O M C pastor of St Peters has given much time and thought toward arranging this programme lIe has so devised that the white cowls of St Dominics followers will mingle with the brown of the order of Friars Minor and the black gowns of the Passionists and his own order of Minor Conventuals as well as finding a place for the secular clergy In this work he has been ably aided by his as sistant the Rev Father Paul Vollrath O M C As a matter of course theseII two worthy priests have been encouraged- by their parishioners in making suitable provision for the proper entertainment the visiting clergy When first established St Peters wast a small structure Now the church its adjoining rectory parochial school build Ings and parish hall are among thes largest and most improved church propii erties in this city As it was in the beginning so it is now a Germanspeaking i congregation Its members are among the most thrifty and substantial citizens of Louisville and all are proud of their t church and of the celebration about to be InauguratedThe Father S M Beyhurst a secular priest was the first pastor of StfPeters and remained there until 1857 when he was succeeded by the Revt Joseph Kidder a Capuchim friar who remained till 1860 In that year the Minor Conventuals came to Louisville and assumed charge of St Peters with the Rev Father Bonaventue Kellar ast pastor In 1870 he was succeeded by theS Rev Father Alphonse Zoeller who in turn was succeeded by the Rev Father Anthony MUller in 1872 Father MilllerII It will be remembered was the maternal uncle of Mary Anderson the greatest actress America ever produced Father Anthony as he was known all over the city had a thorough knowledge of medi cine and frequently when physicians held out no hope of cure he was be sieged by friends of stricken ones to use his skill He effected many marvelous cures He remained as pastor of St I Peters until 1877 when he was succeeded by the Rev Leopold Bonaventure Moczgemba Father Mliller however remained at St Peters as assistant until the following year when he was called to his eternal reward He was the only 1 priest who died while at St Peters InII July 1878 Father Leonarde Reich beII came pastor of St Peters He is now Secretary of the Province with headquarters at Syracuse In the same yearjj Father Vincent Dulmovich now ChapII lain of St Jbsephs Orphan Asylum succeeded Father Reich Father Vincent Jj remained in charge until he was relieved I by Father Leo Greulich in 1893 Five I years later Father Leo was transferred to St Anthonys and Father Jerome Preis ser the incumbent succeeded him His people pray May he long be the last Previous to his appointment as pastor Father Preisser had served five years as assistant so that he is fully conversant with the people and their needs It would be faint praise to attempt to tell what be has done One has only to look at the handsome church and theI magnificent buildings adjoining to see that the finger of God has been upon his workStrange as it may seem St PetersI with its vast congregation has fewer sick calls than any parish of similar size in the city Its people die usually of old age Of those who lived in the parish when it was formed hardly any are left Only one can be now recalled He is Clement Kramer a farmer on the Cane Run road who has been living in the same vicinity since 1840 Among some of the older men who have spent the greater part of their lives in St Peters parish are John Meerman Frank Senn Sr Matt Goetz Ignatz Spickermann John H Bloemer Peter Lang Frank Hillerich John Kippes Caspar Leff Martin Berger Nick Ober hausen and F X Wolpert LAID AWAY Mrs Ann Dooley Passed Into Eternity After a Life of Usefulness Mrs Ann Callaghah Dooley seventy years old died at her home 1530 South gate street on Saturday morning of last week The deceased is survived by three children Mrs B P Mulloy wife of the Tbomaanand John Dooley She was the aunt of the Very Rev Father J P Cronin Vicar General of the diocese of Louisville MrpDooletwas born in Ireland but had lived in Kentucky more than forty years Her husband was until his death twenty two years ago a section foreman for the Illinois Central railroad with headquar ters at EHzabethtown Several years after his death she removed to Louis ville where she was will known and highly respected The remains were sent to EHzabethtown for burial on Tuesday Friends and relatives to the number of fiftyseven accompanied the remains to EHzabethtown where Father Dailey of St awes church celebrated a mass of requiem Father Cronin Occu pig a seat in the sanctuary The bodei was in the family lot in the Catholic graveyard in fiiizabethtown n ROSARY Sunday Will Bo Observed All Over the Catholic World Tomorrow r 9 Beautiful Devotion to Mother of God Brings Special Blessings t Franciscan Friars Will Join With Dominicans in Cole prating the Day a EVENING EXERCISES ALL NEXT MOUTH October the world over is celebrated as the month of the rosary Wherever Catholics are to be found there you will find the rosary recited during this month all months in the year Wherever tt- it U possible the faithful assemble in the joininmost beautiful chaplet of prayers In Louisville as in other cities and towns hisldevotion to the mother of God will be observed in our churches and chapels This year the first of October falls on Sunday and tomorrow the feast will befittingly celebrated The most elaborate local celebration omorrow will of course take place at St Louis Bertrands church where the r Dominican fathers those zealous advocates of the rosary are in charge St Dominic who received the rosary from he Blessed Virgin was a cotemporary nd friend of St Francis and from the time that those two great servants of God dwelt upon earth there has been a lasting bond of friendship between the two orders of St Dominic and St Frauds Hence it is that the Dominicans of St Louis Bertrands have invited the Franciscans of St Bonifaces conventto assist tomorrow in the celebration of Rosary Sunday The solemn high mass will be celebratedat 1030 oclock with the Franciscan fathers officiating The male choir of St Louis Bertrauds will sing the Gregorian music and the Rev Father Jamea A Heenan O P will preach the a- on the feast In the afternoon at 330 O clock the Dominican fathers will officiate at solemn vespers which will be followed by the rosary procession sermon blessing- of roses and benediction of the most blessed sacrament- In the rosary procession several hundred children will take part and the fifteen beautiful rosary banners will be carried Each of these banners represent one of the mysteries of the rosary The oyful mysteries are painted on blue silk the sorrowful ones on red silk and the glorious on white silk The rosary sermon in the afternoon will be preached by the Very Rev Prior Father J R Volz an eloquent and able Dominican orator As is usual on Rosjtry Sundays St Louis Bertrands church will be crowded by persons from allover the city who desire to witness the beautiful rosary procession and who never tire x of bearing the white robed sons of St Dominic preach Every evening during the month the rosary will be recited intt St Louis Bertrands at 730 oclock The late Pope Leo XIII like former Popes granted special indulgences to those who followed the devotion to the rosary during the month of October and other indulgences to those who attend the exercises at which the rosary is of fered up in a Dominican church or chapel during Octobe- rIt is believed that large crowds willY attend the rosary exercises at St Louis Bertrands during the mont- hOUTLOOK For the Louisville Coaland Coke Company Is Very Promising The Louisville Coal and Coke Com pany is the latest to enter the local fuel field and from present indications 1ft bids fair to become a lively competitor for many of the older companies The new company w incorporated recently with ai capital stock of J15000 the limit of indebtedness to be 45000 The stockholders areas follows CharlesJT Med dis fortyone shares Joseph Dougherty hirtyfiye sharifj W J Magee JCinch nati three shares and J R Thomas iharlestown W Va three shares The main office of the company is in Room 4U Columbia building The yards are located at First and the river andat Floyd and Fulton streets while the coat ileyatpr is at Hancock and Framlin streetsThetouisvilleCoal and Coke Compan J is the exclusive local agent of the Carbbil Fuel Company miners and shippers on Cabin Creek steam and gas coals and also deals in Pittsburg Jell co and Kentucky coal C S Meddis President and Treasurer of the new company lice been engaged in the coal business for more than ten years and has a thorough knowledge o its workings HeJU a genial IIyij andan Ptodate business Joseph Do gherty who has welliought to mike the ne Jicdu1u We jr if Vr H f r 11 sit2 f l vu1 1 I I- xiii C d JZ NIUOKY mIxcAiitrI KENTUCKY IRISH fiMER16fi1RYIIM1- M111111M e anted te the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Ataerlcaaa KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PIER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 entered at the Lonlivlllo Postofflce as Second C1ass Matter Udictiall Comwunkatlonsto the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West OrecnSirett n LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 30 1905 DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES Mayor I PAUL C EARTH Treasurer E T SCHMITT DICK Auditor LINE BERN ON Tax Receiver THOMAS A SHELLEY Judge City Court JOHN MCANN Prosecuting Attorney City Court ROBERT J HAOAN Clerk City Court ALP OLDHAMe Bailiff City Court I WILLIAM BOSLER County Judge 4 CHARLES A WILSON i I County Attorney ROBERT W BINOHAM County Clerk a W J SEMONIN County Sheriff I HENRY A HELIX County Assessor t JOHN M ADAMS i County Jailer JOHN R PFLANB County Coroner HARRIS KELLY v County Surveyor R H YOUNG I County Superintendent Public Schools ROSA STONESTRBaT Senator Thirtysixth District H S McNUTT Senator Thlrtyelehtb District ALBERT H CJIARLTON Representative Ttortyfourth Dlst t LLOYD W GATES Representative Tortyflfth District i JOHN II LBTTBRLB- esentatlr Fortyfllxth District SrmjMB MUHLLSSJt IlepreaOTlatlv Fortyoeventk Dist JAMBS A HAOAN Representative Fsrtyeiebth Dist I EMMET P SLATTBRT Representative Fortyninth fist ION D NALL Representative Fittleth District W O BAXTHR Representative Plfty first District THOMAS DRBWRT Justice of Peaee County First fist R O DORSET Juetlo of Peace County Second Dist So C WBATHHRBBE f Justice of Peace County Third Dlst 1IDnoDD Justice of Peace County Fourth fist S B IIOLLIB Justice of Peace City Fifth Dist FRANK J HOFFMAN Justice of Peace City Sixth Drat EDWARD MFXJLBJMRT Justice t of Peace City Seventh Dlst EDWARD D OCONNOR Justice of Peace Qty Eighth Dist P T SULLIVAN Constable City Fifth DIStrict JAMES C HENDRICKS Constable City Sixth District JOE SHORT Constable City Seventh District THOMAS MORAN Constable City Eighth District JOSEPH J NELLIGAN FUSIONIST VITUPERATION The local campaign promises to be very active during the next few weeks and both the Democratic and Fusion parties have planned several meetings in each ward for almost every night from now until its close Thus far the Democrats have the better of It so much so in fact hat the Fusion leaders have en teed upon a campaign not of prac tical policies but of villification and vituperation Liars thieves graft ers cutthroats crooksthese are speakersarenominees Fortunately for these ranting mountebanks they have not I specialized any particular candidate las a grafter or crook They know Better Idle abuse Bever helps a bad cause It is useless yes worsen useless to call a man a crook Ij1 grafter unless you am prove ur allegation If it is not proven assertion+ flies back like a tmerang and hurts the man who titled it Who ctre these men who charge ae Democratic nominees with being rafters and crooks Some of theme engaged at the Custom House ey draw money Irom the GovernmenJfor pl 1taey0 political clubs to gain control of the city government These are the same men who arranged a small riot at Floyd and Main streets eight years ago in an effort to cast aspersions on Charles P Weaver the then Democratic candidate for May or and his colleagues The polic promptly arrested the rioters and found that they were all Republic ans It was part of a game they were playing and when the trick was shown up the people becam disgusted and elected the Demo cratic nominees by a handsome ma jorityIt is possible that Brile McCul loch and Humphrey may be up to their old tricks But these thre are not the only ones There are others who in their greed for graf will stop at nothing to carry thei ends After the calling down President Roosevelt and the Civi Service Commission has given Post master Baker Collector Craft anc others of the Custom House regime it is hardly possible that these head of departments are responsible for the bad breaks that are being made by their subordinates Night after night these Fusion speakers are denouncing Democratic nominees po lice firemen and other officeholder in language calculated to lead to violence and bloodshed If these men can not govern their own tempers and tongues how would they manage to govern a city of 230000 souls Elect this Fusion ticket and you put Louisville back fifty years But some one might ask why do these Fnsionlsts yell Crooks grafters thieves It iis the old French story When Parisian pickpockets are caught in the act they raise a hue and cry in order to detract attention from themselves Look out now when you hear A rampant purityinpoli tics man talk about graft You can bet your bottom dollar that he has had his hand in the till that he is so afraid that Democrats will be spoiled with tainted money that he wants it himself Meanwhile the Democrats are keeping on the even tenor of their way Speeches are being made every night The argu ments used are impressive and dignified No charge is being made against the Fusion nominees that can not be substantiated It shows that the Democrats have put up men who can govern themselves and consequently are fit to govern the city a RIGHT MOVE That was a great step forward that Division i A O H took Tuesday night It shows that the members are progressive and that they are not averse to giving redit where credit is due A tribute like that given John M Vlulloy for services so unselfishly rendered is worth more than ten vagon loads of flowers to a leceased member The recipient oft tribute like this feels that he has lone some good in the world and that his kindness to his fellowman is being appreciated But aside rom the tribute to Mr Mulloy the social session was commend able It is good to get out of the rut once in a while This thing of Mowing sick claims and death benefits palls on the taste The members get tired of it and absent hemselves from meetings If more ocial sessions were held the attendance would be greater But a step arther might be taken Why not ivite Irishmen and their sons who dQ not belong to the Ancient Order to assist at these Vocial affairs 1pey would learn what Hibernian fsttn means and would find out rkttt the or4er rs Mitkeadffib n vancement of the Irish people along educational and co mercial lines More than a dozen brief but able addresses were made during that social session Tuesday nigh and yet no two of them were alike Every speaker made a telling porn and the members showed their proval of every speakers ideas It is time for the A O H of Louisville to be up and doing The membership in this city should Ibe- at least 4000 within the next yea If the suggestion is in order why not continue a surprise commute with instructions to furnish at 1east one surprise every month The Democratic City and County Committee has done excellent work in selecting candidates for Alder men Councilmen School trustees and Park Commissioners Everyman named is above reproach and every class iis represented The people will show their approval Iin November by electing this ticket by a handsome majority Visitors to the horse show will not be favorably impressed with Louisville when the first thing tbat greets their eye is the yellow smallpox flag of the Fusionists The RepublicanFusion part must have the smallpox That what their yellow flags would indicate The Fusionist yellow flags are an insult to the merchants and residents wherever they hang WELL CHOSEN Were Democratic Nominee For Aldermen and Councilmen The local Democratic Committee has completed the municipal ticket by naming the candidates for Aldermen Couu ilmen School Trustees and Park Commissioners Many of those named have been long in politics and need no introduction to the readers of the Kentuck Irish American Among the new Alder- manic candidates none will please Irish Americans better than Gorge Butler the Portlandavenue grocer and Ken uckys representative on the National Board of the Ancient Order of Hiber liana Mr Butler is a successful business man and will make an ideal legislator for this large and growing city V W Barnes the dentist FrankS took the lumberman and Charles lager cashier for Finzer Bros are all well known and popular though new to tolitics The other Aldermanic candidates an Charles F Taylor G Wallace Embry Dr R B Gilbert Humphrey Knecht William J OHearn J William Miller Sam A Lederman and Owen Tyler Of these J William Miller formerly repre ented the Eighth ward in the Council le mado a capable legislator and is a successful business man and San ederman is now a member of the lower board The others are incumbent Alder nenIn the list of nominees for the Coun cilone1 of the most popular with all lasses will be that of Col Mike Reichert rom the Seventh ward Col Reicher is Superintendent of the Kentucky Vagon Manufacturing Company and if prominent in the Catholic Knights ol America and other Catholic benevolent organizations His collogues are all good jen and were chosen for their peculiar itcessThe complete list of nominees for onncilmen are First WardJohn Baron George W iteffey Secoqd WardLouis Une and Anton ichweitersThird T J Yager R C Ben ettFourth WardGeorge T Fisher T Newton Shepard Fifth WardFrank V Stout M B teville DIGreerfreerSeventh WardM Reichert Henry W SandersEight Edwin B Kerr Charles L CrushNinth WardLee Cohn Albert S Smith Tenth WardEdgar G Hill W E almoreEleventh Ward Herman Christen ilins E Blerach Twelfth WardGeorge B Coder Au uatus Miller Following are those named for School rusteesFortyfifth Legislative DistrictPhil D ThompsonFortysixth Legislative District E L Carpenter Fortyseventh Legislative DLtrict Ben tehlin Jr- Fortyeighth Legislative DistrictMa RlpyFiftieth slative District R E Glalvin Fiftyfirst Legislative District J B tkinsonThe for Park Commissioners Gen John B Castletnan Gottlieb Layer and Louis Seelbach need no commenda tien Their work in the past speaks for hem DESERVED PROMOTION Jerry Hallahan one of Louisvilles oat popular Hibernian has gone to- PattonPa to take charge of an electric Une His many friends will be glad t- oLII li LII SOCIETY IBen S Mattingly spent last week with relatives in Lebanon Miss Cella Laven has returned home after an extensive business trip Edith Malone has returned to New York where she is attending school Frank Dunn of New Albany has gone to Portland Ore for two months of rest andrecreation Miss Mary Calvin of Cincinnati is the guest of the Misses Finn 1016 Fourth avenue Miss Louise Watben of Lebanon is the guest of Miss Louise Medley at Springfield Ky Mrs Thomas Moran of Crescent Hill is spending the week in Lexington the guest of Mrs Jewell Mrs J K Leahy of Crescent Hill has as her guest Miss Gentvieve Morrissy of Grand Rapids Mich Misses Ida and May Murphy of New Albany returned home Tuesday after a pleasant visit to Indianapolis Mrs John Keep of Rowan street who has been seriously ill for several weeks past is considerably improved Miss Nora Sullivan of Lafayette Ind is the guest of her uncle John F Sul van 215 East Breckinridge street Miss Kate Murphy who spent several weeks as the guest of Mrs Bettie Mc Creight Shelbyville has returned horn Mr and Mrs John T Welch and children who spent the summer at Beech mont have returned to Louisville for the winter Mrs Mary Dermody and Mrs Slurs of South Louisville are in Cincinnati the guests of Mrs Dermodys daughte Mrs L Bullis Miss Mary Graff of New Albany has returned home from a pleasant visit 1to Carrollton where she was the guest of Miss Grobmyer Mrs John Haley of Portland returned home Tuesday after a delightful visit tto Lexington where she was the guest of relatives and friends Miss Eliza Tabler and Miss Bridget Lammon both of New Albany have returned home from Indianapolis where they went to attend the funeral services of Father E R Kenney Misses Amy and Jean McCann of Je ersonville have returned home after visiting their sisters Mrs Frank B Burke of Indianapolis and Mrs Fran irfffith of Columbus Ind Mrs Louis Constantine Jr and baby Eugene of JeffersOnville are spending a few weeks visiting friends in Trimbl county They are accompanied by Misses Mary Kinney Rea Constantin and Clementine Brooks Anthony Monyhan and Mrs Ella A Weir were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at Holy Trinity church New Albany The Rev Father Curran performed the ceremony Both are prominent in New Albany Catholic circles Robert P McIntosh of New York end Miss Rosa C Tompkins of this city will be united in matrimony at the rectory of St Charles church the Rev Father Raffo officiating on the afternoon of Wednesday next Mr and Mrs McIntosh will take a bridal tour until ctober 15 Carl Braun and Miss Anna Beard both of Jeffersonvillc were married at St nthouys church in that city or Wednesday morning the Rev Father Edmund Kaiser officiating An all day reception at the home of the grooms father Louis Braun in Port Fulton followed the ceremony Charles F Finnegan a son of M J innegan cashier of the Central Coa and Iron Company has gone to the university at Ann Arbor totake a specie course in electrical engineering The young man graduated from the Louis Hie Boys High School last year and was prominent on the gridiron Mr and Mrs J Lawrence Russell returned from their bndal trip on Thursday and are at home to their friends at 638 East Broadway Mrs Russell was formerly Miss Rose Chamberlain Mc Crory They were married by the Rev Father Schuhmann at the Cathedral of- the Assumption on September 21 Warren Edmund Moore of Oklahoma City and Miss Pattie A Wathen will be united in matrimony at the home of the rides parents Dr and Mrs William H Wathen 400 Belgravia at 6 oclock uesday evening After a wedding trip trough the Northwest Mr and Mrs Moore will begin housekeeping at Oklahoma City about December 1 Miss Nora Wales entertained at her residence 2508 First street Wednesday evening Those present were Mr and- Mrs John Kelly Mr and Mrs William Wales Misses Annie May Kelly Katherine Wilson Bettie Wilson and Mayme lyder Messrs Charles Kelly Edward Lowell Jacob Ullrich William Beyers and John J harry Mr Meyers entertained those present with vocal and irtrumental solos TRINITY COUNCIL Trinity Council Y M I hell a well tended meeting Monday night One plication was received and Joseph HodH was obligated Henry Nolte weyer was reported on the sick list Ways and Means Committee announced tl1at bids for wave on the new club use would be opened thi8weekA cial committee waappointed to 11- 1rangeforR minstrel1 show Rickardia r r HOME TEtEPH0NE I Readily Recognized as the Best Superior in All Respects Constantly Increasing List of Subscribers LONG DISTANCE CONNECTIONS ARE YOU A PATRON IF NOT WHY NOT ASK CONTRACT DEPARTMENT FOR ANY PARTICULARS THE LOUISVILLE Home Telephone CoINCORPORAOEBi Hill and S Parnell Barrett were appoint cd speakers to represent the council at the next session of the joint committee John Farrell of Mackin Council was present and made a brief address GREAT SPORT At Churchill Downs Is Fur nlshcd by New Louisville Jockey Club The fall meeting of the New Jocke Club continues to be well attended and the racing is excellent Manager Win and his colleagues have been greatly en couraged over the results thus far at tainedThe feature today will be the Frank Fehr handicap for threeyearolds and upward On Tuesday the feature will be the Willard Hotel handicap six furlongs and on Thursday the Vic Lorch cup it- race of two miles for three year olds and upward will be the attraction The races will close next Saturday October 7 when the South Louisville handicap for threeyearolds and upward will bi the feature CRUSHED Sd Accident to dames J Duane Had Fatal Results Shocking in its suddenness was the death of James J Duane one of Louis villas oldest and best known railroad men which occurred at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital last Friday evening the result of injuries received in au accident several hours previous Mr Duane was foreman of a crew of switch men and was engaged In placing several- oil cars on the Kentucky Refining Com panys switch He was struck by an engine belonging to another switching crew His right leg was caught beneath the weels and crushed so badly that amputation ww resorted to in an effort to save bis life All efforts were in vain however and at 830 oclock in the evening Mr Duane passed away The deceased was born in Ireland fifty four years ago but had lived in Louis vllle since bo was five years old A wife and four children survive him Besides these the deceased leaves two brothers Daniel J Duane assistant auditor of dis bursements of the L N railroad John J Duane a clerk in the L N freight office and Mrs Catherine Hard ing of Covington The funeral took place from the Dominican church and was attended by a vast concourse of sorrowing friends and fellowrailroad men RECENT DEATHS Patricia the infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Daniel D Quill died at the familyresidence 428 Short street on Saturday and was buried on Sunday afternoon The sorrowing parents re ceived many expressions sympathy The funeral of James Campfield of New Albany took place from Holy Trinity church on Tuesday morning The deceased was fifty years old and is survived by a wife and three children His demise was due to cancer of the stomach Mr Campfield was held in high esteem by a large circle of friends Richard Murphy a well known Irish American of the West End died at his home 1575 Bank street on Tuesday morning after an illness of several weeks The deceased is survived by his wife who was Miss Bridget Cleary The funereal took place from St Patricks church at 9 oclock Thursday morning Profound sorrow was expressed by a large circle of acquaintances over the leath of Miss Mary OMalley the eldest laughter of Mr and Mrs John OMalley which took place at the family residence 812 Twelfth street on Friday evening off last week Death ensued after an attack of typhoid fever The funeral took place from St Louis Bertrands church at 3 oclock on Sunday afternoon WANTED TO KNOW ro the Editor of The Kentucky IrishAmericas Please inform me through the columns- f your valuable paper is the lion J T INsalau Irishman or a CatholicA- NXIOUS INQUIRER Answer Mr ONeal is not even re lotely Irish nor is he a Catholic He is an active worker of many years in the Walnut street Baptist church SOCIAL DANCEI Mackin Councils Social Club will giveII pother of its popular danced at the club J j t- nu l II 01 I 111 1 II 1 I HHHHHHII I OUR BEST EFFORTS ARE DIRECTED TO BE RECOGNIZED AS Louisvilles Carpet Store Every floor is teeming the acme of excellence Our exhibition ofpOAREM33XSI25J3 RUGSIs without a peer Selection quality and prices alike are strong champions for your fa- vorHUBBUCH BROS524 526 and 528 West Markeot Street IH H JuI 111 I I 1111 I I 1 ZIInII ++ H t I I HuHI I IIH I I HHJIJN PURE AS A MOTHERS KISS All modern appliances and the most scientific methods are employed in the production ofItMothers BreadNow For Goodness Sake dont be deceived by the appearance of another brand but be sure to look for the label which is the stamp of quality and purity HA JFURNITUROF t the Lowest Prices Possible r WM F MAYER t 419 W MARKET STREET L L f C 9 MltDJHS tp and Cn Mgr rT T T JOS DODGHKRTV ttctail Mat ager rt BC ALhooKf tLOUISVILLE COMPANYIrI INCORPORATED I X Exclusive Agents Carbon Fuel Co Miners aid Shippers Cabin Creek Steam and Gas Coal ALSO DEALERS IN PITTSBURGH JELLICO AND KENTUCKY GOAL 1t t i YardsFirst and River Floyd ann stretsiand 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XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 Wi Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by theXaverian Brothers Classical Scientific and business Courses Preparatory De EquippedtGymnasium PIANO BARGAINS Nothing like them in the city Come in and let us play for you We are glad to have all Look over our makes and prices Ydu will also find here a splendid line ot sewing machtnes to select from q 1F M j MCCARTHY STREETf1108 WEST MARKET IHIRDSTREET GARDEN PHBRUENS Prop RestauranttandCafe Third ad nryAtenuas- H lnone1883 Cub Phone 41a I 4 x EII 2 TiI2TWW rulQWTUOXY Zh2uIH Al t RfDAN J MEAL RANGES In World Awarded at the St Worlds Market Second F i ANjfUl I t All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Cnrrlnees- Furnished All Occasions Both Phones 365 1225 W STREET HI 1 1 IIrlII11II1 1 MHI l 11 1 11111 11 I 1 HIlI 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 u1 1 1 J u1JuH 1 1 1 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 JN JU BARRETT 4 i FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 EKST tIN STREET With the assistance of sons I will continue the undertaking business of my 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Market St Bet 12th and 13th i M +Mt t J E L BOTH PHONES 3B3 so 1531 W MARKET STREET 1I +1 riHrlt++ r+I srNortrw I OFFICE 8TO6 HOURS SUNDAYS 9 TO 12 DONT YOU WANT YOUR TEETH FIXED By men of experience at the most reasonable price DR H J COUCHMAN Dentists 551 FOURTH AVENUE oppJno C Lewis Co HENRY AAIJI1 J PPULSU DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone aojs 528 Fifth Street Old and Rare WliUkles a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGEL- QUIS f WABNITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET KATIE AGNES SMITH Formerly of Gran W Smiths Sons LADY EMBALMER Washing and dressing ladies and chil dren a specialty Elegant ahronda made to order at reasonable prices All calls answered promptly day or night Home phone 1677 Streetu NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB I I Autumn Nineteen Days Racing Sept 16 and Ending SIX HIGHCLASS RACES MeetingLate This Afternoon The Frank Fehr Handicap 3 The Willard Hotel Handicap Thursday October 5 Race Saturday October 7 The South Louisville un HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekUeneral- News Notes The two Erie divisions have increased their initiation fee from S2 to E3 Ben Zorn of Division 4 is ill at Sts Mary and Elizabeths Hospital The six divisions of West Chester Pa held a union meeting last Sunday Division 4 has been invited to partici pate in No 3s initiation on Monday even ingSeven candidates recently received the first aud second degrees in Utica Divis ion 6 Division 6 of Northampton Mass has been organized with a membership of fortysixHurrah for Philadelphia Her ninety fourth division has been organized with more than 100 charter members Vice President Lynch presided over the meeting of Division 4 Wednesday night Only routine business was tran sactedMany New England divisions have adopted appropriate resolutions on the death of Mayor Patrick A Collins of BostonDivision 7 of Trenton N J will hold a fair from October 28 to November 4 The proceeds will be devoted to the building fund The Ladles Auxiliary of Lynn Mass recently entertained the children of Irish birth and parentage Quite a nice pro gramme had been arranged At the recent meeting of the Wiscon sin State Board the Treasurers report showed a balance on hand of 150083 with no claims outstanding At a recent meeting of Division 1 of Duluth Minn a circular letter from the State Board was read complimenting the order on its increased membership and general prosperity Division 3 will initiate A big class Mon day night Other divisions who have candidates awaiting initiation are urged to have them preseut so they can receive the degrees at this meeting Division 1 of Memphis has adopted a resolution requesting the Right Rev Bishop Byrne of Nashville to inclnde the study of the history of Ireland in all the parochial schools of the diocese At Division 1a social session Tuesday night State President Keenan said that a new division was almost ready to be opened at Mnysvllle and also that he had hope of the establishment of new divisions at other places in the near futureThe Rev Father Fielding of South 011 City Pa bas been pleasantly remembered by the two divisions at Erie He was invited to Erie to deliver an ads dress After he had spoken be was sur prlsed by being presented with a hand some solid gold chalice as a token of thanks for the work he did in bringing the State convention of the order to Erie one year ago State President and State Organizer John T Kelly of the Wisconsin State Board at the recent meeting of that body recommended that the office of State Organizer be discontinued and that no further assessments for organizing pur poses be made His suggestions were adopted Reports showed that the order has thirteen divisions in the State and an aggregate membership of 1300 BRAVE BATTLE For Life Bnds In the Death of Contractor Martin 14in1l Martin King one of Louisvilles best known and most successful contractors died at his home 1032 Third street on Wednesday afternoon The deceased had successfully carried out contracts all over the United States and in Canada and Mexico as well His specialty was tun net construction He also supervised the construction of the mammoth drainage canal at Chicago in 1893 Eighteen months ago Mr King was attacked by tubeicuiosls and since has bravely bat tied against the dread disease In search of health he visited Arizona Cuba New Mexico and other places but all m vain Although he did not relinquish hope un til near the end he ore bis sufferings with heroic Christian fortitude He is survived by his wife and eight children His wife prior to her marriage was Miss Belinda Sullivan a sister of Patrick T SUllivan and John J Sullivan Besides these he leaves the following relatives in Louisville Peter and John King who were associated with him in the contracting business and Mrs Anna Cain The funeral took place from St Louis Bertrauds church at 9 oclock Friday morniag JOINT COMMITTEE TONIGHT The joint committee of the local Y M I Councils will meet in regular session at SatollI Councils new club rooms a r SOCIETY DIRECTORY A o 11- DIVISIONI 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month BarryVice J Sullivan Recording SecretaryThomas Kee JrFinancial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets PridayEvenings PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentJohn J Sullivan Recording SecretaryJoe Lynch Financial Secretary John T Kenney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice PresidentPatrick J Welch Recording Secretaryjohn Morris Financial SecretaryPat King 1846 Lytle Stree- tTreasurerD J Coleman BegleySergeantatArms Riley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording SecretaryThos Callahan Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 615 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly TreasurerWilliam J Connelly DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLB Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfana Hall County President Michael Kinney PresidentRobert Gleason Vice President Michael Breen Recording SecretaryJ B Murphy Jr Financial SecretaryThomas Gleason TreasurerLouis Constantine MarshalPeter Madden DoorkeeperOwen McCann Banner CarrierLawrence Ford Y 3VT x MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twent sixth Street President William Kerberg First Vise PresidentW Shaughnessy Second Vice PresidentB J Sands Recording SecretaryFrank Morgan Financial SecretaryGeorge J Lautz Corresponding Secretary F Lanahan Treasurer Joseph Steltenpohl Marshal John Kenney Inside SentinelJohn Stewart Outside Sentinel Patrick Mullarkey SATOLLI COUNCIL 193 Meets Every Monday Evening at Club Rooms Wells Building 636 4th Ave presidentJohn J Crotty First Vice Pfeiident William J OConnorSecond Vice President J J Kava UORb Financial Secretary Will P McDon ogh 1212 Sixth Street Recording Secretary Jos Lenlhon Corresponding Secretary J Fahey TreasurerJames B Perry MarshalGeorge S Zorn Inside SentinelJoseph Kelly Outside Sentinel Saral J Boldrick PETER M AND RIO I 8 8SONS WAGONN MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 20s and 207 WEST OREENST northwest corner Sixth and Breckin ridge streets at 8 oclock tonight Business of importance is to be transacted and a full attendance of the committee is desired EUCHRE AND DANCE The Young Ladies Auxiliary of Trinity Council Y M Ij have issued invitations to a eucbre and dance to be given at Trinity club house 718 East Gray street on the afternoon and evening of Tuesday October Many handsome prizes will be awarded and an enjoyable evening is assured all who attend The following young ladies form the reception com mittee Misses Anna Relater Josie Law ler Julia Curran Marie Heffner Rose I Gathoff Lillie HUe Margaret Daley and Mayme Kieley POSTPONED The euchre which was to have been given by Division 1 At 0 Ht of New Albany at Trinity Hall last Tuesday night has been postponed until Tuesday October 10 out of respect to the memory of the late Father Ket any D I I US Interest Members Here and Elsewhere Reports show that on September 1 the total membership of the order was 137 697 members Of these more than 90000 are associate membersthat is they do not participate in the insurance feature of the order A new State Council has been organ- Ized in Florida W O Boutwell of St Augustine is State Deputy Milwaukee Council will hold its second landing day banquet on the evening of Thursday October 12 On the same evening and in the same city Pere Mar quette Council will hold its first landing day banquet Milwaukee Council has arranged to initiate a big class on Thanksgiving day STILL IN LEAD In the Palls City Bowling League Tuesday evening the Kentucky Irish American team added three more victor ies to their credit by defeating the John C Lewis team making fifteen straight running games being pretty near the city record The Ferncliffe Loevenhart and John C Lewis teams are closely bunched for next honors while the team following is very Hopeful of catching them The H L Koblers J M RobinsonNorton and Squire Adams teams are elbowing each other to keep out of last position Manager Fred Schmidt of the Coca Cola bottling works has donated a case of coca cola for every week in the season to be given to the bowler rolling the highest individual score The following is the standing to date W L P C Kentucky Irish American 15 0 1000 Ferncliff 9 6 6- 00Loevenhart8 7 533 John C Lewis 7 8 4- 66hopeful6 9 400 Henry L Kohler 5 10 S3 J M Robinson Norton 5 10 333 Squire Adams 4 11 267 UNITY COUNCILS DANCE The Building Committee of Unity Council Y M L of New Albany will give a dance at the new warehouse of Terstegge Gohmann Co on Monday night The proceeds will be used to swell the fund for the erection of Unitys proposed club house The Building Com mittee now has a comfortable sum in the treasury and hopes to begin the erec lion of the new building in the spring Messrs Michael Roth Edward Schmitt and Edward Tighe constitute the com mittee in charge of the dance ROAD JO RECOVERY Live Stock Inspector Fred Hoerter is recovering rapidly from the painful injuries received last week Mr Hoerter was engaged in sailing a steam pleasure yacht when in some manner his feet became entangled in the gearing Before the machinery could be stopped four toes on the right foot had been so horribly mangled that amputation became neces sary His many friends will be glad to learn that he is on the high road to recovery HARRY LALLY HOME Harry Lally who has won fame as a second baseman has returned home after finishing the season with Columbia S C in the South Atlantic League Mr Lally joined the Columbia team on July 25 after the yellow fever scare drove the Cotton States League out of business Harry is as brown as a berry and appears to have thriven under the glare of the Southern sun Thus far he has made no arrangements for next year SUNDAY SERMONS The Rev Father O P Ackerman pastor of St Philip Neris church Floyd and Woodbine on last Sunday night began the catechatical instructions order ed by His Holiness Pope Pius X These instructions Dr Ackerman will continue at 730 oclock each Sunday evening Protestants of every denom Inatlon have been invited to attend The Hon Michael Davitt has declined to beeome the Parliamentary candidate for North Meath There was a great gathering of pil grims at Clonm nolse when the annual festival of St Kief in was celebrated Mrs Harney woo died recently at CarrlckonSulr County Tipperary at the remarkable age of 104 years was godmother to Archblsho Ryan of Phila elpbia The Most Rev Dr ODea i as issued a pastoral to the clergy and llay of the diocese of Clonfert on the subject of antt treating He proposes to organize at once a united and determined attack upon intemperance in the diocese Six priests of the religious orders would preach missions in all the parishes of the diocese beginning on the third Sun day of and ending they first Sunday ofOctober on which day the AntlTreating and Temperance League would be established in every pariah 1 FIc INK FEHR BREWING 60 Brewers and Bottlers tLOUISVILLE DBCY Il 1PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged rBLBPHONB 1asa Louisville Branch Fourteenth and Jefferson Sts DRINK Hofbrau i senor Beer BREWED B- YSENNACKERMAN BRE2VING CO1 ANYXNCOBPORATED TELEPHONE 4B2 LOITialViLLE KY Cumb Phone Main 1913 1I3TrO WIEDEMANNBREWING i Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent ikvec Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky ASK FOR y DIERSENSCELEBRATED Telephone 1137 jp ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue i Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KYtJOHN XBc BHANX 1 WALTERS r Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE KY CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A 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acid proof Every article for kitchen use is represented either price COME EARLY FOR THE PLUMS Market Street TH STORE THAT ALWAYS DOES THQfaS UfMT ih OO FITTINGLY Was Celebrated the SlIver Jubilee of Sister Mar garet Mary The silver jubilee of Sister Margarett Mary Carroll directress of studies at the academy of the Sisters of Our Lady off Mercy 1155 East Broadway was fittingly7 celebrated this week Last Sunday high mass was celebrated by the Rev Fathe Ubaldus O F M The rest of the day was spent with the members of the order who offered their congratulations- On Tuesday at 0 oclock the alumni at EhardtE noop and evening many former pupils of the Sisters of Mercy called to wish the jubilarian many happy returns of the day STOLE AWAY Magistrate Keyer Quietly entered the Rank of Benedicts Squire Joseph M Keyer and Miss Ida Barry were united in the holy bonds ofr matrimony at the Cathedral of the Assumption at 530 oclock Monday morn ing the Rev Father George Schubmanin officiating The only attendants wen Martin Cochran and Wallace Coulter Squire Keyer and his fiance had pre pared to be wedded very quietly Only the immediate relatives of the contract ing parties had been apprised of the approaching marriage In some mysterioui I manner the news leaked out and whet the bridal party arrived at the church despite the early hour quite number of friends of both bride and groom were on hand After a wedding breakfast att the home of the bride Mr and Mrs Keyer left for a two weeks trip to Chi cago and the East The bride is the ac complished daughter of Mrs Johannah Barry of 1511 Twentieth street and has many admirers The newly married couple have been the recipients of many congratulatory messages WELL DONE Montgomery Council Knotts vllle Starts Under Favor able Auspices Montgomery Council Y MI was organized at Knottsville Daviess county last Sunday The new council starts out with twentysix charter members The following officers were elected Rev Louis Spalding Chaplain Dr Plliatreau President W P Wathen First Vice President J E Hazel Second Vice Pres ident Edward Rhodes Recording Secre tary Button Sansbury Financial Secre tary Martin Molohon Treasurer Louis Carrico Corresponding Secretary John Head Marshal James Haynes Sol Hagan and J A Roby Directors After the election the degrees were conferred by Deputy Grand Organizer Fred W Arnold of Owensboro assisted by fortysix members of Sarto Couqcil After the degrees had been conferred brief addresses were made by the Rev Fathers Clements and Spalding Montgomery Council was named in honor of Archbishop Montgomery of California a native of Knottsville It is the first fraternal order organized in that town The visitors frori Sarto Council Owensboro and the prospective members from Knottsville attended high mass at St Williams church at 10 oclock The Rev father George M Connor of Owensboro preaC Jed the sermon dwell lug on the duty that fraternal society members owed one another He en treatedjall trf be as their order desired not only defenders of their faith bur de fenders of their country true patriotic sons ofthe Y M L and of America After mass the visitors were escorted to a balV where an oldtime barbecued dinner v s served Beef chicken and mut ton w rein abundance ta Vega =lemi ants leased all with an aft dlnner ipeMfi After the inner nian had been wtiJied the officers were elected M given jt e SomeSpecial SpecialBargains BargainsFor Saturday Night at LEVYS THIRD AND MARK- ETCLOSED During the Da- ySATURDAY On Account of Holiday AMUSEMENTS IAn exceptional bill is promised at th Hopkins Theater next week Margnerit e Sylva who has returned to vaudeville i the headliner Among the other artist will be Troba the Great the four mnsfca Avolos the Zazell and Vernon company Rooney and Bent Joe Flynn and lithej Robinson A new aeries of kinodromi views will be shown Matinees will bi given each day Quincy Adams Sawyer a diamatiza lion of the novel of that name will be the attraction at the Masonic next week The scenes are laid in r Neil England and are full of llocal color l the story is one of human interest The production promises to be an elaborate oneWhen Johnny Cotes Marching Home is the title of apicturesque and tuneful musical comedy that comes toI Macauleys Monday for a full weeks engagement The plot is built from wartime incidents and the music is light and catchy The incidents admit of much spectacular display and the costumes are new and handsome There will be th usual matinees on Wednesday and Satur day The Mascottes presenting two funny burlesques entitled A Night of Joy and Call Me Hickey will be the attrac tion at the Buckingham next week la addition to the opening and closing acts the following artists will present a series of vaudeville acts St Onge brothers BatchelloJ sisters Lillian Murtha Con warn and Held the Three Shamrocks Lorraine and Gandry and Gordon Vidoccj and Morrisey Matinees will be given every day ORIAT TIME The Lollypops a social organization Jeffersonville young people had an out- Ing at Blackiston Mills last Sunday In the party were James Mullen Fonso Constantine Archie KehoeJtck Kehoe John Cole Will Cole George Kimmlck Tom Kinney Clifford Strange and Misses Annie Maggie and Katie Cowman May Briedenbacb May Colrine Julia Mullen Annie and Maggie Kehoe Ella Garrity Gussie Flyburger and Irene Gilhooley After partaking of an excellent dinner the young people enjoyed themselves on a trolley ride about the Falls Cities C ftoff AIt in easier to make apro- mise than it is to keep it The Catholic Knlghtqof America have adopted finsur ante rates that enabe them to keep theirI promises i NewOrleans 1 Matte MrmodJ+rd Building St Louis Mo J 41 MarletStreet AWFUL DEATH Patrick Fitzpatrick Burned to a Crisp In His Home Tuesday Death in a sudden and awful form come to Patrick Fitzpatrick at his home 917i Dumesnil street on Tuesday evening Mr Fitzpatrick had been ill and it is supposed he arose from his bed to light a lamp and that while thus en gaged the lamp exploded setting fire to his clothing Neighbors heard the explosion saw the flames and sent in an alarm When the firemen arrived the charred body of Mr Fitzpatrick was found on the floor The deceased is survived by his wife and one daughter The latter Miss Mary Fitzpatrick is employed in the postoffice in San Francisco Cal He was sixtytwo years of age and was ia native of Cork Ireland Since 1858 he had been a resident of Louisville and was one of its most respected Irish American citizens For nearly thirty years he had been in the employ of the L N Railroad Company The funeral took place from St Louis Bertrands church at 9 oclock Thursday morning FEDERATED Steps Takers Toward Uniting All Catholic Military Societies An effort is being made to federate all the Catholic military organizations In the United States The first step toward thee amalgamation was taken in Chicago at the instance of the commanding officers 5of the Knights of St Johnjand the Cath olic Knjghts of America Committees representing other CatholicJ military thelprcposedjHubert Stratton cf Chicago has been- e organization gregate membership of 80000 Of these 20000 are members of the Knights of St Louis while the remainder are scattered- r among the Catholic Knights of America the Knights of St John and other so cieties The federation will not affect the in dividuality of any of the affiliating so cieties but will simply serve to band them together The federation will hold its first national encampment Buffalo next June NEW RECTOR Dr Michael ORtordan to Preside Over the Irish Collegee The Very Rev Michael ORiordan has been appointed rector of the Irish Col lege in Rome and his appointment is a deservedly popular one Dr ORiordan made his theological studies in the Irish College Rome and has for years been known as a distinguished scholar and a brilliant writer His voice and pen have been frequently used with good effect against the enemies of Catholicity andof IrelandAfter his ordination Dr ORiordan spent some time on the mission fin Lon don He was next appointed to a professorship in the diocesan seminary Limerick and those who passed through it during his time remember him with deepaffection His painstaking efforts to assist the students one and all won for him their warm admiration While at St Michaels he worked almost unceas ingly to advance the cause of religion and of education As President of the Catholic Institute be strove hard to pro mote the culture of the members by means of lectures on literary and scien tific subjects He is an ardent supporter of the Catholic Truth Society of Ireland to which he has contributed some excellent pamphlets including one entitled The Popes as Peacemakers His latest work catholicity and Progress in Ire land In which h e pulverizes the anti Catholic theories of Sir Horace Plunkett is a model of clear reasoning and sound logic ofIDoctor Philosophy t- J L j is 1 r FURNITUREt But you dont have to hunt up a swell 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