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YFZrK Iwri r 0 11 I KENTUCKY IRIS AMERICAN VOLUME XVNO 14 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 7 1905 PRICE FIVE CENTS PROLIFIC In Religious Celebrations Were the Furls Cities During Present Week Rosary Sunday Fittingly Com sy memorated at St Louis Bertrandri People of St Peters Thronged That Edifice During Golden Jubilee Festivities HISTORIC CHURCH OF OUR LADY The present week was prolific in religious celebrations around the Falls Cities This ground made sacred by the labors of the saintly Bishop Flaget I REV JOHN P OCONNELL Pastor of St Augustines New Church is still productive of Godfearing Catho ics In those days of nearly a century ago Kentucky was the cradle of Western CathoictYJ owlhatCathoHcity has spread over the entire West many dio ceses look back to the old diocese of Louisville as the fount from which their atness sprang he first Sunday in October is cele brated all over the world as Rosary Sun pay in commemoration of the victoryof the Christian over the Turkish fleet in the Gulf of Lepanto in the sixteenth century The fate of all Christendom de pended on the result of this great naval battle If the Turks won it meant death to Christianity The Christian fleet was much inferior to the Turkish fleet in point of numbers But the God of Victory and Our Blessed Lady were with the Christians While the battle royal hun dreds of miles away raged the people of Rome marched through the streets reciting the rosary and Pope Pius V now canonized prayed for the victory of the Christian hosts By some miraculous means he was given to see the Christians victorious and the Turks put to rout Pope Pius suddenly raised his eyes to heaven and exclaimed Let us give thanks to Gd for our fleets have fought thn Turks and in this very hour have conquered Then he knelt down and with all present gave thanks to God for the victory obtained through the aid of the Blessed Virgin On this occount Help of Christians was added to the litany of the Blesesd Virgin and Pope Pius V ordered that in memory of the victory each recurring first Sunday in October should be celebrated as the feast of the most holy rosary Since then the celebration of the feast has been observed and each succeeding Pope has endowed the feast with additional indulgences and now the whole of October is known as the month of the rosary In Louisville the most elaborate cele i bration of the feast of Rosary Sunday was held at St Louis Bertrands church The Franciscan fathers on the invitation of the Dominicans officiated at the solemn high mass at 1030 oclock The- Re Father James A Heenan O P preached the sermon At 330 oclock in the afternoon the Dominican fathers sang vespers which was followed by the rosary procession More than 200 children clad in white took part the boys carrying the fifteen banners displaying the fifteen mysteries of the rosary The rosary sermon was preached by the Very Rev Father J R Volz O P prior of St Louis Bertrands convent Father Volz is an able and learned orator and his sermon waslisteued to with attention by the large congregation present Bene diction of the most blessedsacrament closed the celebration for the day Dur ing October the rosary will be recited in St Louis Bertrands church at 730 oclock each evening On Sunday also began the four days celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of the establishment pf St Petera congre v n Ration Great crpwda filled the church both morning and afternoon of each day While the priests of the order of Minor vent ala are in cterge of St Peters e secular priests and the priests of everTorder in the cltywed ti the ecsolemnitiesi R ight Rev Bishopi Mcaosltey occupbjl a throne In the sanctuary onS nday The Catholics of Jeffersonvillewere in rJ great glee Sunday over the dedication of the new St Augustines church Catho lics from Louisville and New Albany joined with their Jeffersonville bretheren in swelling the crowd which witnessed the dedicatory ceremonies The Right Rev Denis ODonaghue Auxiliary Bishop of Indianapolis dedicated the handsome new church at 1030 oclock and also preached the sermon Solemn high mass was celebrated by the Rev Father Walter Cronin of Clinton Ind who was formerly assistant pastor of St Augustines Bishop ODona hue was assisted by the Very Rev Father James P Cronin V G of Louisville and Rev Father J W Doyle of Washington Ind as deacons of honor In the celebration of the solemn high mass Father Cronin was assisted by Father Curran as deacon and Father Kaiser as sub deasnn while the Rev Father OConnell was master of ceremoniesDuring afternoon several hundred people from the three Falls Cities in spected the new edifice and at 730 oclock in the evening solemn vespers were sung after which there was a lec ture and benediction of the most blessed sacrament The church was brilliantly illuminated by hundreds of electric lights On Wednesday the people of the Church of Our Lady in Portland cele brated the sixtyfourth anniversary of the dedication of their church The Right Rev Bishop Flaget officiated at the dedi cation and was assisted by Coadjutor Bishop Chabrat and Father Badin and Father McGill afterward Bishop of Richmond preached the sermon The Church of Our Lady was built by Father Percbe who was its first pastor and afterward became Archbishop of New Orleans Rev James J Conniff is now the zealous pastor of this old church HEALTHY BALANCE On Books of Jeffersonville Division of Hiber nians President Robert Gleason presided over a splendid meeting of the Jeffersonville division of the Ancient Order of Hiber nians Tuesday night Among the many old familiar faces present were those of Martin Fogarty Redmond Stanton and John Kennedy All bills were allowed and ordered paid and Edward Coy was reported better The Auditing Commit tee reported tat the books balanced and thatt pjletbe heavy drainonaccount of sick and death benefits the Treasurers books showed a handsome increase in funds in both the second and third quar tersThe members expressed a desire for an initiation and an exemplification of the degrees under the new ritual Lawrence Ford on behalf of the Picnic Committee reported that the picnic had been a financial as well as a social success The Jeffersonville division now has 120 members in good standin- gINITIATED Four Candidates Join the Hi bernians Via Divis ion 3 Division 3 A O H held a splendid meeting Monday night with Vice Presi dent P J Welsh in the chair The fact that a class was to be initiated was par tially responsible for the large attend ance After the dispatch of some ordi nary routine business the following can didates for initiation were presented John Martin John Keaveney John T Lyon and James Ryan Patrick T Sulll van as the patrician made a fine impres sion as did D J Coleman George J Butler and P J Welsh the other mem bers of the degree team James Beaman was reported ill The Literary Committee reported progress on the arrangements for the approaching celebration of Division 3s twentyfirst anniversary The receipts Monday even ing amounted to 145- SCUUHMANN LURDORFP The announcement that Leo C Schuh mann Secretary of the Anzeiger Com popuIlardict created a pleasant surprise among his many friends in this city The bride is Miss Agnes Lurdorff of Indianapolis and the wedding took place at the parsonage of St Johns church in that city on Wednesday morning The Rev Father George Schuhmann brother of the groom assisted by the Rev Father F H Gavlsk performed the ceremony Miss Clara Pfingst of Louisville a cousin of the bride was maid of honor and Joseph Franz of Louisville was best man The bride is the accomplished daughter of Mrs Agnes Ludorfl of Indianapolis She has visited Louisville several times and won many admirers by her womanly graces UNION MEETINO The Joint Committee of the Y M I met at Satoltls new quarters northwest corner Sixth and Breckfnridge streets last Saturday night and transacted cob siderable routine business It was also decided to hold a meeting of the three councils at Trinity Councils ball 718 Eat Grey street on the night of Monday October 23 Two members from each council will address the meeting which will partake of the mUureiof a aqftfr T1 Jqfot Committee desiree alt the members of each council to be present on that occasion COMPETENT Deputies Help to Maintain Good Officials in Power and Prestige Personal Following of Subordinates Great Aid to Aspirants For Office City and County Officials Who Have Picked Men as As sistants JUST A FBW OF THE YERY MANY Candidates for public office particu larly those candidates who have been elected carry a great deal of weight but very often it is the men behind the guns who do the work and when a man has held an office for years and has a compe tent force of deputies under him it is safe to say that the deputies are entitled to some of the credit This is true of candidates everywhere but nowhere more than in Louisville and at no time more so than the present Take for instance John R Pflanz the County Jailer who is candidate for reelection No one stands higher than he in the city and yet his deputies and he has many of them add very materially to his support Mr Pflanz became an active factor in politics about twenty years ago when he was elected to the lower board of the General Council He served five consecutive terms from the Twelfth ward and then went to the Board of Aldermen for half a term While in the upper board he was nomi nated for President against Charles F Grainger now Mayor As a result there was a deadlock of twenty days In 1894 Mr Pflauz was the Democratic nominee for Sheriff of Jefferson county He was elected by a handsome majority and in 1897 was elected Jailer of Jefferson county He was reelected in 1901 and now seeks reelection Whatever Mr Pflanz has done to make himself popular his deputies have certainly contributed their respective shares- oocyoff9J them are turnkeys aathe jail while others are engaged at the Court House of which Mr Pflinz is exofficio custodianEugene Blanford Jake Altes Louis Buyer Charles McCarthyJoseph Schupp Thomas McDonogh Henry Garr Patrick J Beaman J W Waller Joseph Bauer Burrell Blankenbaker James Guthrie and Wilson McNiel have all proved faithful deputies at the county jail whil John Kemper Pat Moran Walter Hatzell Wallace Wood Joe Probst Louis Ben der John Rees Edward Lutz Jacob Dill man Edward Hines James Morris Peter Schuck John Tate Theolo Pomponio Pat Fitzgerald Tom Gilchrist William McGibbens John Humphrey John Mc Kenna W H Catlett Harry Lapaille aud John Messner are assigned to various duties around the Court House Thomas A Shelley the Democratic nominees for City Tax Receiver is a gentleman fitted by long experience for that office Mr Shelley although still a young man went into the Tax Receiv ers office under his brother the late James Shelley more than fifteen years ago and when his brother died Thomas was appointed by the late Henry S Tyler then Mayor of Louisville to fill the unexpired term Then came the revolution that brought the illstarred Republican regime with the odious Big Seven and IL H McCulloch was elected Tax Receiver In 1897 the Democrats returned to office with James B Camp as Tax Receiver and Mr Shelley was one of his first appointments In 1901 when James B Brown became Tax Re ceiver Mr Shelley was reappointed and has remained in the office since He understands every detail of the office and will make an admirable city official With him will be his present fellow deputies Messrs William H McKinley John P Duffy John JJ Schuster English W Hoke and E J Mann By kind and courteous treatment each of these gentlemen has endeared himself to the public This personal following will add great strength to the Democratic ticket William J Semonin who seeks reelection as County Clerk is another can didate whose popularity is greatly en hanced by the magnetism and good fellowship shown by his deputies Al though Mr Semonin had been an im portant factor in politics for years it was only about eight years ago that be asked for an office He was elected County Assessor a position which he filled with credit to himself and satisfaction to his friends Four years ago he was elected County Clerk and since his election he has made an excellent official and has been supported by an able and loyal force of deputies Mr Semonin now seeks reelection as County Clerkand will carry the same force into office with him They art Capt John Cowles chief deputy Walter Rat liffe one of the oldest and most faithful employes in the Court House Robert A Lee CharlesB D 11 Will E Durbeck Paul Semonin jj- W J Ward Theo Weber William B Slattery L B Yeager Louis Watson Joseph Schene George Schenk Aaron H Forst Phil German Louis Young awl J AJ Westfalli J Another young mad who was one of Mr S monlns deputies but who resigned to enter the office of the LjHkiflBe Varnish Compan Charles F Taylor Jr f Each of these deputies has his own personal friends who will see that he is not forgotten on election day Alf V Oldham candidate for reelec tion as Clerk of the Police Court is another city official witha clean record Mr Oldham has served two terms in that capacity and has made such an efficient officer that be has been complimented by every Police Judge as the most compe tent clerk the Police Court ever had He is attentive aud obliging as well as care ful and considerate In all matters per taining to the duties of his office Mr Oldham has been ably assisted by his deputies Jack Shelley and James B Kelly Like their superior Messrs Shelley and Kelly are polite and ac commodatingand each has a strong per sonal following INSTRUCTIVEI And Amustnf Affair at the Catholic Wosaons Club An entertainment of an interesting and instructive character has been arranged by members of the Catholic Womans Club and will take place in their hall next Monday night The leading feature of the evening will be a lecture by the Hon Edward J McDermott His sub ject will be Opportunity Those who have heard Mr McDermott need not be told that he will handle his subject in an eloquent and scholarly manner Miss Katie Costigan will render a soprano solo snd James P Roche will give one of his popular bass selections Miss Cathe rine Fitzgerald the talented daughter of Attorney James J Fitzgerald will recite several selections Misses Marie Costigan and Jodie McGill will be the accom panists The evenings entertainment will be free to the public ant the excel lence of the offerings should guarantee a full houseII WELL PLANNED t pxlllaryArran Sessions 1 The Ladies Auxiliary AO H had a well attended meeting Wednesday night and many routine matterSjvere disposed ofThe members werepaintdtolearn that Misses Lizzie King and Mamie Sul livan were on the sick list Iiwas decided to give a euchre and social session at the last meetbg of each month According to this programme the first of these entertainments will be held in Hibernian Hall in the Hopkins Theater building on the evening of Wednesday October 18 Beautiful prizes have been secured for the successful con testanrs Misses Ella OConnell Eliza beth King Fannie Kennedy Carrie Rod gers and Mamie Sullivan were appointed a committee to perfect arrangements for the first euchre and social session These ladies through the Kentucky Irish American invite every member of the Ancient Order to encourage the Ladies Auxiliary by their presence- It is also the intention of the Ladies Auxiliary to give a euchre and dance at some large central hall between now and Thanksgiving day I LAST DAY Pall Racing at the New Louisville Jockey Club Park Closes Today is the last day of the fall racing season at the New Louisville Jockey Club grounds The meeting has been a success in every way and reflects credit on President Grainger General Manager Winn Secretary Davis and other officials The excellent sport afforded and the splendid weather attracted large crowds dailyThe South Louisville Handicap over a distance of one mile for a purse of 650 for threeyearolds and upward will be the feature of todays card The attendance promises to be very large RECENT DEATHS Mary Louise the infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Highland 631 East Madison street was called to heaven Thursday morning after an illness of several weeks The little one suffered from whooping cough which later de veloped into pneumonia The bereaved parents have the sympathy of many friends in their grief Mrs Elizabeth Gildehans a well known lady of the East End died at her home 635 East Green street on Monday morn ing The funeral took place from St Bonifaces church at 9 oclock Thursday morningMiss Ferber died at the residence of her brotherinlaw William Glover 1819 First street on Sunday afternoon The funeral took place from St Marys church at 9 oclock Tuesday morning 6 POSTPONED The euchre which was to have been givenbya number of well known Cath olic ladles at the residence Mr Will iam J Pitttnan 325 East Washington treat on Wendesday next has been postponed until the following Wednes day October 18 and the place has been changed to Trinity Hall j B Sa t Gray BOOMING Are Things in Local Councils of the Y 91 I Since Grand Council Large Class Initiated by Mack in8 Degree Team Last Sunday Ground Broken forTrinity Club House and Members All at Work SATOLLI INVITES TO HOUSEWARMING Added impetus seems to have been given the three local councils of the Young Mens Institute by the excellent results attained by the Grand Council which met at Newport recently Mackin Trinity and Satolli seem to have taken new life and at each successive meeting some new ideas are advanced for the good of the order The members seem to have imbibed the true spirit of the organization For them the motto For God and Country is no idle boast They seem to realize that they must be good CatLolics and hence good citizens At Mackin Councils club house last Sunday afternoon was witnessed an im posing and interesting ceremonial the initiation of a class of fortyeight can didates under the latest ritual of the order This ritual was adopted by the Supreme Council at its last convention held in Colorado Springs It required several years of labor and a great deal of thought of the leading spirits of the order before it was presented for adop tion Large delegations from New Al bany and from the other local councils were at Mackins meeting Sunday to witness the first exemplification of the new ritual south of the Ohio river As has been stated fortyeight candidates presented themselves for enroll ment under the Y M I banner and though there was in the beginning a short delay owing to the new parapher nalia and lack of familiarity of the degree team with it the delay only served to whet the desireof those present to see the work Council Deputy George J Lautz presided over the initiatory cere monies The first degree was a revela tion of beauty and was admirably han dled by Messrs Keiffer Stewart Dr Casper Lautz and Mullarky Their work individually and collectively reflected great credit upon the council and intensi fied the desire of visiting members to see the succeeding degrees The second degree was by no means a disappointment and Messrs Sands Carr and Boland of the degree team acquitted themselves admirably The third degree and climax of the work was all that could be desired and the work was equally as meritorious as that of the preceding degrees Messrs OToole Raidy Farrell Nichol and Daly were the exponents in the third and each man sustained the part allotted to him Judge Farrell was warmly commended for his work and proved as satisfactory to all present as an actor as he had pre viously proven a Judge The new mem bers were greatly impressed with the initiatory ceremonies and all will doubt less prove faithful to the order Mackin Council held its regular meet ing Monday night More than 100 mem bers were present which made it one of the largest meetings of the year Four ap plications were received and events showed that the membership contest in which the whole council is lined up on one side or the other is warming up The greater past of the evening was taken up with routine matters and af fairs of a private nature In the absence of President Cooney Joseph Bell presided Monday night over the largest and most harmonious meet ing of Trinity Council held this year Albert F Martin reported that the lot on Baxter avenue upon which the new build ing is to be erected had been surveyed and that ground would be broken the following day This announcement met with hearty and prolonged applause Seven applications for membership were receivedA raising the initiation fee to 10 on and after January 1 was in troduced but under the rules will lie over till next meeting before action is taken upon it The same resolution provides that beneficiary life members be dmitted for 60 aad associate members tor 40 The members of the base ball team invited the council to attend their second dance to be given next Tuesday evening Before adjourning the council donated the use of its club house to the Rev Father Kalaher pastor of the new mis sion at Harrods Creek for a euchre to be held on Wednesday October 18 Next Monday night October 9 Satolli Council with the usual feelings of fra ternity and goodfellowship which always distinguishes that body will hold an open meeting and smoker as a house warmer Satollis new headquarters at Sixth and Breckinridge streets cave portieres instead of doors so that its bavethetroublejOfPl i Council of New Albany have been cot dially invited to attend Satollls housewarming The speakers off 5 111 be Lenihan Harry Colgan and last but by no means least President John J Crotty SARTO COUNCIL Visited by First Grand Vice President Martin and Others First Grand Vice President Albert F Martin Richard Hill and Alex Veene man of Trinity Council Y M I visited Owensboro Wednesday evening where they were the guests of Sarto Council The meeting was unusually well attended and the Louisville visitors were given a cordial welcome Fred W Arnold and a committee from Sarto met the visitors at the depot and escorted them to the club house Afte the routine business had been disposed of Mr Martin was invited to address the members After expressing his appreciation of the invitation to address them Mr Mar tin thanked Messrs Arnold and Clark for courtesies extended during the ses sions of the last Grand Couucil He as sured the members that the representa tives sent by Sarto Council to the Grand Council were able and effective He also said it was the duty of Grand officers to visit as many as possible of the subor dinate councils Mr Martin extolled the virtues of the order and told what its members were doing all over the United States Good example is set for the members by the Spiritual Directors and the members in turn set the example for those who are not members of the organ ization Good members of the Y M I he said made the best citzens of the country He urged Sarto Council to equip itself with a home like Mackin has done and Trinity is doing Good books billiard rooms and gymnasiums he said were inducements to members to take an interest in the council Mr Martin also urged that the members make the council headquarters attractive to their wives sisters and sweethearts In conclusion Mr Martin urged them to invite the Grand Directors to hold the next Grand Council in Owensboro After the applause had died away the Rev Father George Connor Chaplain of Sarto Council was introduced by Chair man Arnold Father Connor said he heartily approved the sentiments expressed by Mr Martin and thought that great good would result from visits of Grand officers to the subordinate coun cils Messrs Hill Veeneman and Gore also made brit idresses Among those present were several members from Montgomery Council Knottsville After the meeting the visitors were Invited to an elegant spread Messrs Martin Vee neeman and Hill are loud in their praises of Sarto Councils hospitali- tyCONVALESCENT The Right Rev Bishop Spalding Spent Two Days Here The Right Rev John Lancaster Spald ing Bishop of Peoria spent two days in Louisville this week and left yester day for Indianapolis where he will remain for a short time as the guest of Bishop Chatard Bishop Spalding is now recovering rapidly from the stroke of paralysis he suffered last spring Six weeks ago he was brought to the home of his relatives at Lebanon From that time on his recov ery was marked While in Louisville the distinguished prelate was at St Josephs Infirmary In company with his relative Dr W H Wathen Bishop Spalding drove over the city Wednesday and expressed surprise and delight at the citys growth Bishop Spalding hopes to be able to resume his literary labors soon QOOO WILL CLUB The Good Will Social Club an organ ization of popular young people gave its first regular euchre on Friday night last at the home of Miss Tillie Cuniff 2125 Griffiths avenue Miss Mayme Sarley and Mr Joseph Kelroe won the first prizes Consolation prizes were awarded Miss Tillie Cuniff and Mr Herman Hayes Musical and vocal solos were rendered by Misses Evelyn Moeller and Catherine Fallahay and Messrs Tom Nolan Parnell Barrett and Jessie Dris coil After refreshments the party danced until a late hour The f liowing were present Misses Evelyn Moeller Lorain Flannery Mayme Earley Catherine Fallahay Nellie Earley Nettie Gleason Tillie Cuniff and Messrs Par nell Barrett Daniel Enoch Thomas Nolan Jerome Driscoll Joseph Kelroe Herman Hayes John Riley and Cornelius McBarron The next euchre will be held at the hpmeof Misses Mayme and Nellie Earley 2223 Griffiths avenue October 11 THE RIGHT SMITH Albert S Smith the Democratic nomi nee for Councilman from the Ninth ward is the well known undertaker and not the secretary ofa millinery company as has been erroneously stated by the daily papers Al Smith has made a capable and conscientious official and his constituents desire his reelection RECEIVED WHITE VEIL c Miss Anna May Goebel of 704 East Wslnut street teceived the white veil and 1habit of the Sisters of Loretto at the conve t of Loretto fast Sunday She will W known in religion as Sister Mary FeUd uShe isa sister of Robert G a oromlueat member of I LANDING Of Christopher Columbus OR American Shore to bo Commemorated Louisville Knights of Columbus- to Celebrate With Banquet- Distinguished Church and Layman Have Been Invited to Participate BRILLIANT SOCIAL EVENT PROMISED Louisville Council Knights of Colum prepluationstothe landing in this country of Christo pher Columbus This event will be com memorated by a banquet at the Louis ThursdayOctober At the time this article was written the Invitation Committee had not received responses from all to whom communica tions were addressed therefore it is programmePapal bishop Moeller of Cincinnati and the Right Rev Bishop McCloskey of Lou isville are among the church dignitaries invited to attend The only laymen not members of the Knights of Columbus invited to attend the banquet are Gov J C W Beckham and Mayor Charles F Grainger The celebration promises to byCatholicsLanding day has become a national event with the Knightsof Columbus andain many cities the celebration is of a religious nature masses are celebrated and the Knights attend in a body Laterjj in the day public speakiugs are held and the Knights in various ways demonistrate their patriotism as welljjaa their j CatholicityThe for the local celebration this year were put into the hands of the following committee EdwardJ- OBrien Dr Charles G Lucas Daniel F Murphy J L Riehm and JoseptHfrT Clements Not only wiJlChe 400 local Knights attend the banquet butjinvlta tions have been sent to many distin guished Knights in other cities and StatesOther committees which will lend their aid in making the Landing day celebra tion a success are Invitation CommitteeJ J Fitzgerald Chairman Henry Thieman Frank A Geher Spalding Coleman M J Wlnn Reception Committee Judge MatthewIODoherty Chairman John Doyle J J Caffery Frank A Menne Charles F TaylorToast CommitteeE J McDermott Chairman Walter P Lincoln Samuel J Boldrick Thomas Walsh Dr Irvin Abell Under the direction of Lecturer P H Callahan the members of Louisville Council will soon enjoy a series of lec tures or treatises on current topics by local members of the order The Knights of Columbus meet at Elks Hall on Wednesday night of each week and at each meeting at least one member enter tains with an interesting theme 4 The Louisville Council continues to receive applications for membership and the next event of importance after the banquet will be the initiation and con fening of degrees which it is expected will take place some time during the month of December SMOKE TALK To Be Given Under Auspices of Branch 25 of Catholic KnlAhts of America Branch 25 Catholic Knights of Amer ica held a large and enthusiastic meet ing in its hall at Clay and Walnut streets on Monday night It was decided to give a smoker and social meetbgfon the first Monday in November at which time addresses will be delivered by members of Branch 25 and invitations will be sent to many of the prominent menjthrough out the city who befoug to other branches It is intended that every member of Branch 25 be presenton that occasion The purpose of this smoker and social session is to interest young as well as old In the new ritual of the order and in the uniform rank that is being organizedWilliam T Meehans address on how to build up the order and his advice to the older men not to depreciate the value of the order but to praise what it had done was listened to with close attention and elicited much applause Other gen tlemen who had encouraging words for the members of Branch 25 were Messrs Mann Martin and Pheil Messrs Will lliam T Meehan and Albert F Martin were appointed to attend the next meet ing of the Central Committee and submit the plans of Branch 25 devised to in crease the membership FEDERATION t The Jefferson County Federatio Catholic Societies will meet BJ Catholic Womans Club next T ni Now that V ITrT r 1 KSNTUOKY IRISH A RIO rs I M KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflNt svated te tka Moral aed Social IIIINIIIIIIIIINIIIIIINM Advancement of all IrlBfc Americana F KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Entered at the lontavllle Postofflce as SecondClass Matter Adtfietisll COlJlaJDlllcallo to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 Weat Green Street SATURDAYN OCTOBER 7 1905 DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES Mayor PAUL C BAimi Treasurer B T SCHMITT DICK Auditor LYNE HERNDON Tax Receiver THOMAS A SHELLEY Judge City Court JOHN MCANN Prosecuting Attorney City Court I ROBERT J HAOAN Clerk City Court ALF OLDIIAM BalllK City Court II WILLIAM DOSLER County Judge CHARLES A WILSON I County Attorney ROBERT W BINGHAM I County Clerk W J SEMONIN County Sheriff I HENRY A DELL County Assessor JOHN M ADAMSr County Jailer JOHN R PFLANZ County Coroner HARRIS KELLY County Surveyor R H YOUNG County Superintendent Public Schools ROSA STONESTREET Senator Thirtysixth District fp H S McNUTT Senator Thirtyeighth District ALBERT H CHARLTON Representative Fortyfourth DIst y LLOYD W GATES 1 FortylUth District 1JOHN M LETTERLE Representative Fortysixth Districts CHRIS MUELLER vepresentatlve Fortyseventh DIst JAMES A HAGAN Representative Fortyeighth DIst EMMET P SUATTERY Representative Fortyninth DIst ION B NALL Representative Fiftieth District W O BAXTER Representative Fiftyfirst District THOMAS DREWRY Justice of Peace County First DIst R O DORSEY Justice of Peace County Second DIst B C WEATHERBEE Justice of Peace County Third DIst II D HOED a Justice of Peace County Fourth DIst B S HOLLIS Justice ef Peace City Fifth DIst FRANK J HOFFMAN Justice ot Peace City Sixth But EDWARD MEGLEMRY Justice of Peace City Seventh DIst J EDWARD D OCONNOR Justice of Peace City Eighth Dist P T SULLIVAN Constable City Fifth District JAMES C HENDRICK8 Constable City Sixth District JOE SHORT Constable City Seventh District THOMAS MORAN Constable City Eighth District JOSEPH J NELLIGAN ALUKUMKN Chas F Taylor Dr R D Gilbert II Wm J OHearn 8 A Lederman Geo J Butler Prank S CooK O W Embry Humphrey Knccht J William Miller Owen Tyler W W Barnes Chas Hager COUNCILMEN First WardJohn Baron George W Stertey second WardLouis Urn and Antoi BennettrklydFourth WardGeorge T Fisher Shepard BeFifthY sixth WardS 8 Blitz Chas D Greer Seventh WardM Reichert Henry W CharlesEtghtIt Crush Ninth Ward1ee Cohn Albert S Smith Tenth WardEdgar G Hill W B Pal Eleventh Wart Herman Christen Ju Eo Dlerach AuTwelfthgustus Miller SCHOOL TRUSTEES Fortyflfth Ltglslative DlstrlctPhll B Thompson Fortxslxth Legislative DIstrlctB L Carpenter eventh Legislative DistrictBe St hlln Jr- Iortyeighth Legislative DistrictMa rlon W IUpy Fortyninth Legislative DistrlctJ W Galvin Flftleth Legislative DUtrlctR E Gal II Yin Klftyflrst Legislative DlstrlctJ B AtkinsonPARK COMMISSIONERSI John B Castleman Louis Seelbach Gottlieb Sayer- SEIYDIN C THE NEWS The Kentucky Irish American o newsJJobs celebrations and other matters fi of a newsy nature It should be borne u mind however that per sons sending in such news should not neglect to sign his or her name der that the editor may know fonntUoa is authentic No k ni will be paid to anonymous tionL If OUhlvtDY n real news you have nothing to be ashamed of if your article iis thrown into the waste basket for lack of signature the editor hasI nothing to be ashamed of If you can not write telephone FACTS AND FIGURES If the old adage that figures do not lie is correct the Democratic ticket will be elected by an over whelming majority in November The total registration reported for Tuesday and Wednesday was 48 371 an increase of 2763 over last year Of these 12400 gave their affiliation as Republicans 8179 declined to state their affiliation and 27783 declared they were Democrats In other words the number of Democrats exceeds the Republicans and those whose affil iation is not stated by 7195 Some people may insist that all who announced themselves as Demo crats will not vote the ticket True enough but their votes will be more than offset by the Republicans who will not vote the Fusion ticket It is easy to see that Paul C Barth will be elected by not less than 8000 majority GRATIFYING The attendance this year in Cath olic schools both parochial and private is very gratifying It shows that the people of this dio cese are obedient to their ecclesiastical superiors and are striving to give their children u sound Chris tian education It means these children will later become good men and women a credit to Church and State When the seeds of faith are implanted in the young they usually bear good fruit Sometimes men and even women fall away for awhile and turn their backs on religion but in the end the old faith returns and they make their peace with God It is the Catho lic schools that have given to the world the greatest statesmen the greatest saints artists scientists professional men and when the occasion offered the greatest sol diers Shakespeare tells us thrice is he armed who hath his quarrel just and the product of the Cath olic schools usually selects the just quarrel before he enters the combat Y M I ADVANTAGES Just now the Young Mens Insti tute in Kentucky seems to be enjoy ing prosperity both numerically and financially This is due ina great measure not only to the Grand officers but to the officers of the various councils They are explaining to the Catholic youths of this and other cities the advantages of membership in the order What are these advantages They are social educational and relig ious Young men are bound to seek pleasure They like to meet others of their kind They also enjoy dancing billiards athletics and kindred amusements Now these pleasures are legitimate and the Young Mens Institute supplies them If a young man wants to enjoy any of these pleasures he will find them by hook or crook How much better it is then for them to gather with Catholic young men than to wander off amid nonCath olic influences The Y M I is instructive because it teaches its members howto express themselves on the floor and makes them good speakers and clear thinkers Butt is from a religious standpoint that the Y M I deserve Q the most credit It holds iU membership together in the cause of religion ndnoone can remainl a metall of the order who lit natal pract Catholic Example preaches louder than precept and many a young man would gradually fall away from his church and neglect his religious duties were it not for the fact that his blends in the order lead him by their example to be true to the principles of his holy religion As a good Catholic he becomes a good citizen After all that is the aim of the Young Mens Institute to teach its members a love of God and country NOTABLE CHANGE At a recent meeting of the Minis terial Conference of Boston Mass an organization similar to the Louisville Ministerial Association sev eral ministers eulogized Patrick Collins the dead Mayor resolu tions of sympathy for the bereaved family were adopted and the con ference adjourned for one week out of respect to his memory And this was in Boston the home of the Puritans Verily a change has come over the New England States Forty years ago the people of Bos ton protested because an Irishman and a Catholic was appointed on the police force Since then the Irish and the Catholics have shown by their conduct and example that they are to be trusted They have made good citizens and faithful officials Let us hope that our peo pIe in Louisville will emulate the example of their New England brethren Read the columns of the Ken tucky Irish American and remem ber to patronize its advertisers Only the most reliable business I men firms and corporations are given space in our advertising col umns BEFORE DAWN The Chicago Night Worker Will Hcar Mass on Sunday For the first time in the history of the Catholic church in the West regular Sun day cervices were held and mass cele brated before dawn for the night workers last Sunday Permission was granted to the Very Rev P OCallaghan C S P Superior of the Paulist Fathers in Chicago by Archbishop Quigley who re ceived permission from Rome to hold this special service for night workers every Sunday in the year in St Marys church Wabash avenue and Eldredge place at 3 am or earlier if the time U found unsuitable to the majority of night workersChicago Sisjnow the second city in the world that enjoys the privilege of Sun day services for night workers New York being the first city to receive per mission through the Paulist Fathers who conduct night services there for newspaper workers The permission mutt be procured fromRome by the metropolitan I of the diocese For nearly two decades Catholic work ers in thedown town districts have been urging the necessity of Sunday services for the night workers composing a vast army of newspaper melt theatrical hotel aad restaurant folk whose labors cease between the hours of 1 and 4 a m As the first services are not usually held be fore 6 oclock in the morning this neces sitates the worker losing a few hours extra sl eep or taking only a few hours I rest before attending the last service held in bis church The first service of the kindwas held by the Paulist Fathers in St Marys church Christmas morning 1003 andjit was attended by such a large congregation that it was decided to make It a permanent Sunday service as soon as the necessary authority could be re ceived from Rome A meeting of night workers in the newspaper offices hotelsI and theaters will be called next week by the Paulist Fathers for the purpose oft arranging the hour for mass that will be the most convenient to the majority of them SECOND DANCE Trinity Council base ball team will give its second select dance at the clubhouse 718 East Gray street next Tues day evening Refreshments will be served and dancing will begin promptly at 9 oclock The first dance given by Trinitys ball team several weeks ago proved a very enjoyable affair and the members were requested to repeat it A splendid time is assured all who attend Dr OUCHTERLONY ILL Dr John A Ouchterlony one of tou Isvilles leadleg physicians is seriously ill at his home in this city Hpspent several months in new London Conn in hope of regaining Ids health but re turned ten days ago apparently worse than when he went away At this writ rig the attending physicians say his condition Iis very grave C KeetACatholics who believe mote In salaried insurance agents than they do- a their Catholic brethren will sooa dis corer what It costs to be insured by pea le who nsakeef it afaafacM for profit and speculation A Benefit Certificate rfth the Catholic Knights of America is any onefourth cbeAper aid as reliable e e policy 1n an10Idlie company WtetoJreidentFeli Garldln1 New khans la r 1 Secretary Anthony Katre dlCOMiJhIrSto NO MOTHER NOW In Memory of firs Bridget Flnogan Deep sorrow to us is given Gloom encircles our brow Loves dearest tie is riven For we have no mother now Faded are all joys roses No sunshine our days endow The grave our heart encloses For we have no mother now KATHLEEN DON LBAVY DJMrI their new home on Bayless avenue in the near future A E Rahm the well known young attorney has returned home after a three months trip to the East Miss Alice Dubourg of Shelbyvilla is the guest of her aunt Mrs Margare Kempf 1611 Soutbgate street Miss Anna Doherty of Rochester Pa is the guest of her uncle Michael Doherty 618 West Market street Miss Louise McCrory and Miss Alice B Hickey have returned home from a dellgetful trip to New York and other Eastern points Miss Nora McDonough of Twenty sixth street gave a euchre Monday for the benefit of the Young Ladies Sodality of St Cecilias church Mr and Mrs Thomas D Clines arc now enjoying the sights in Greater New York They will not return from their bridal tour until October 14 Mrs John J Flynn Twentysixth and St Xavier streets gave a euchre Thurs day afternoon and evening for the altar fund of St Cecilias church Mr and Mrs Joseph M Keyer have returned from their honeymoon trip to Chicago and are receiving the heart congratulations of many friends Ben Talbott of Bardstown has returned home after a pleasant visit to Louisville where he was the guest of I Mrs R O Newman in the Highlands Mr and Mrs Edmund Coleman 1712 Portland avenue are rejoicing over the arrival at their home of a pretty gir baby Mother and child are doing nicely Miss Margaret Lynch of Seymour Ind has returned home after a pleasant visit to her relatives in this city Misses Annie and Hattie Howard and Lizzie Welsh Miss Clara P Ackley and Marcellus G Mature were united in matrimony St Bonifaces church at 3 oclock Tnesda afternoon the Rev Father Paul AIr officiating The wedding of Cornelius ONeil am Miss Carry Lynch popular young people of Jeffersonville will be solemnized at St Augustines church on Tuesday October 24 Philip Dorn Jr an active worker it Sarto Council Owensboro spent Sunday ill Louisville Part of the time be en joyed as a spectator at the initiation of Mackin Councils new class The dance given by the Ira Belmout Club at the Delmont Club hall proved to be one of the most successful affairs of the season Messrs Frank Campfielc1 and Riley McLain acted as managers oi the affair I Miss Florence Kearney daughter of John Kearney of 820 West St Catherine street is ill of typhoid fever at the home of her aunt Mrs Henry Adams Twelfth and Oak streets Thus far the patient is holding her own and her speedy recovery is hoped for Miss Martha G Spellmap of New Albany and Arthur W Coleman of Jef fersonvills were married by the Rev Father Charles Conan pastor of Holy Trinity church in his rectory Both are popular young people whose friends wish them joy on their journey through life Dennis J Meagher the Seventhstreet grocer and an active member of St relturnedI lengthy sojourn His health is greatly improved During his stay he made aI tour of the West visiting Denver Col orado Springs Kansas City and other pointsMr Bernard Asman and Mt Lula Mae Brown will be united in the holy bondsI of matrimony at St Louis Bertrands church on Wednesday October 18 Dr Asman is a rising young surgeon and the bride elect is the daugnter of Mr and Mrs P J Brown of 1417 Sixth street Both young people are deservedly popular Walter C Weitzel aud Miss Margaret Berberich both of Frankfort will be married in the Church of the Good Shep herd on Wednesday October 18 The groomelect is a son of Mr and Mrs W L Weitzel and ia Secretary of the Ken tacky River Mills Company The bride tab ia the daughter of Mr and Mrs V Berbetich and is a talented musician John L Riester and Miss Clara Bark holder will be united in matrimony at St Cecilias church at 1 oclock Thurs day morning the Rev Father A J Brady officiating Nuptial mass will follow the ceremony The bride abe is the Laughter of George Burkholder of 2117 Weet Rowan street Mr Uelstcr is a rising young jeweler Both young pea ple have many friends who are extending their hearty congratulations MM Nona RulM van of Lafayette lad Ifrae the guest of honor at a aJtygiveu- by her cou ice Mte oa vita anfEleanor HlHvan 3M East Breckinridge street n Thursday evening oflatt week Those resent wire Mines Nona Sullivan iYa1jiy Rnfcjr M1tULEVSMonday Tuesday and Wednesday Evenings and Wednesday Matinee CHARLES B HANFORD Thursday Friday and Saturday Evenings and Saturuay Matinee BABES IN TOYLAND HOPKINSHIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE TWO SHOWS DAILY Opening Week Beginning Sunday Oct 8 A GRAND COMEDY ACT MR AND MRS ALFRED KELCEY Plsylnt A Tale of a Turkey Edwin Latell a man wholl make you laugh Paulo and Marlow In a comedy success A French Frappe Belleclalre Bros Buropea Gymnasts Extraordinary Les JJlRotm Eccentri Acrobats In Pleasures on a SeeSaw Dorothy Drew dainty singing comedienne Warsaw liros presenting musical comedy sketch The Bu gler The Klnodrome rare comedy pictures BUCKINGHAM MATINEE DAILY WEES COMMENCING SUNDAY OCT 81 The Colonial Belles ALL STARS Charles Robinson Taylor Davenpcr and Carter Cook and Barrett Rose Car lin Nelson and Millege and ever popu lar Charles Fal- kSecond Select Dance OVEN BY Trim council Base Ball Team At their Club House 718 East Gray Street Tuesday+ Oct 10 1905 Refreshments served Dance will commence promptly at 9 oclock ADMISSION 25 CENT CHRIS J HERIN GEO W HOIIAN HERIN 81 HDLLANI HARNESS MAKERS Harness Made and Repairer Home Phone 1530 Cumb Phone 760 East 1933 BAXTER AVENUE BETWEEN HIGH LAND AND TRANSIT JJ60NNOBUILDER AND CONTRACTOR DEALER INSLUMBER SASH DOORS BLINDS LATHS s SHINGLES AND ALL KINDS OF LUMBER 21252127 Twentysixth Street I1OMI3 PHONE cart Dick Mary Sullivan Katie Davern Rita and Eleanor Sullivan Messrs Vlvin Harbin John Dwan Joe OBrien Joe Carey Edward Purcell Joe Hanrahan George Wilson and Walter Smith Miss Edith Louise Kirwan and RichardI D Langan are to be united in matrimony at St Louis Bertrands church at 630 oclock Wednesday morning 18 Miss Kirwan is the charming an accomplished daughter of Mrs Mary E Kirwi n and a sister of Mrs Frank Me Donolh Mr Langan holds a responsible position with the iQnerbackerGllmore Company BqthYttung people have many friends whdjwlsh them success on their journey through life Miss Mary Florence Delus and Alex ander H Cooper will be united in matri mony at St Marys Catholic Church at 7 oclock next Wednesday morning Mis Delus is the daughter of George Delus the confectioner at 1032 Seventhstreet The groomelect is a member of the real estate firm of Cooper l Thomas The happy couple will take a two weeks trip to Niagara Falls On their return they will be at home to their friends on Fifth street near Breckinridge Miss Corinne Willis entertained her friends at her home Laurel Court with a reception and dance Monday night Among those present were Misses Blanche Kennedy Mayme Eckerlr Margaret Grogan Alice and Grace Miller Mavme Riley Ethel Zender Mea Davis Mar garet Sbaughnessy Mayme Shea Marie Seng Corinne Willis and Messrs Will Ramsey Arthur Embs Roy Seibert Frank Schreiber John Tully Robert Hub Al Sommer Fred Clark James Hicks Ed Schaefer and George Weber The marriage of Charles L Halbach and Miss Sarah Maloney will be solem Tired at St Patricks church next Wednesday morning the Very Rev Father James P Cronin officiating The groomtobe is a popular employe of the llama Express Comany His brideelect is the charming daughter of Mrs Margaret Maloney of 1512 West Walnut treat After the wedding Mr and Mrs Halbach will go to Chicago on a wed ding tour and will be at home to their Heads at 2635 West Jefferson street after October 20 Their many acquaintances wish them success on their journey through life Cards have been received in Louisville his week announcing the marriage of hiss Teresa Kieley and Thomas Conry both of Covington at St Patricks church In that city at 8 oclock Wednes day morning Miss Kieley U the dangh ter of Mr and Mrs Thomas J Kieley prominent in Irish Catholic circles and is a young lady 6f many graces of person arid character Mr Conry is engaged in the liquor business end is a young buei 11IBM man whose talents ere widely recog tiled He UreceMnfc many congratula stioas on wincing rocu a charming girl for a bride Their friends everywhere witb them a loll ndHMfalHfe i 0 t FURNITURtOF IWMOFP MAYER Possible L 419 W MARKET STREET I III + HHHM1MHHIIIMIIMIHIHMI11 I MM1 I 1 MM1 1111I Ml MIJt- OUR BEST EFFORTS ARE DIRECTED TO BE RECOGNIZED AS I Louisvilles Carpet Store excellence I A CARPETSIZE RUGSIs without a peer Selection quality and prices alike are V strong champions your fa- vorilHUBBUCH BROS624 526 and 628 West Market Street T HHIHHM 1 1 i iiin HMHHHI 11I1 4Imii i HIMHIHM OUR NEW GOODSi i Are arriving daily Yon can select something nowt make a small deposit and we will hold until Christ mas for you Diamonds Watches Jewelry and Novelties at prices that will suit all purchasers BRUNN JEWELRY HOUSE gO VEST MARKET STREETt f f f I f I Iff I 1If f f If I I T 1t i + T t I11 1INI ItPhonl323tI f 11 t t f 3 ihs of Good COFFEE IIPrices have advanced very tlast few weeks but the price of + special 3 lbs for 50c remains the 50eCOFFEE 1 advance in finer grades either your trade and offer these low ducement All freshly roasted PHONE ME A 1 RIAL MTJLLOTT = ROASTER + 114 XV MATMCJIT STREET tet f t f I fr I fLItufT I T T T TITIT T T T rr I 1 XZ HOUSEKEEPERS icanvassers will call on you soon with our MOTHERS BREAD I Calender for 1906 They will tell you to save the la bels and will have other good news for you For Goodness Sake welcomed and dont forget that there are I imitations but no bread is equal in quality H H JAMES SOWDERSrH 151153 West Jefferson Streets IfFish and OystersBOTH PHOIVJSC8 S8OS f J 4 QUICtfMEAL STEELRANGE5 TAKE WELL r LOOK WELL LAirrjfwat QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES Bjst In The World Awarded first lWorldsGEttER SONr 211 Market ST near SecondM t +t t BURN RENDI3RCOALSpecially prepared for family use and for sale only by Central Coal Iron Co Incorporated 8rookand AVENUEandBoth P17one leS 2 It It H U U H n + PItu tJ rare wnnss CHAWAGXM AL KOKBt 345 Vest Green Strftt f LXQUQK8 CIOAlt 6tHfa n Hfi ru tnIi P a Y c ry- r x RTOA t C S A1UDDIS Tres end Ota lgr 1 I J t t t t t II t t + + JOS DOUCHERTV Retail Manager t t tt t + J 1Ziot1Phones 10 r LOUISVILLE COAL COKE COMPANY INCORPORATED Exclusive Agents Carbon Co Miners and Shippers Cabin Creek Steam end Gas Coalis ALSO DEALERS IN 1 PITTSBURGH JELLICOJ AND KENTUCKY COALS iiYardsFirst and River ielvatorFrankllnii- t StrIIt OFFICE 4111 COLUMBIA BUILDINGI I t + + +1111 I I+H+H 11111 HHlllHItJoo1 1111 HIHH11 HHIHI THOMAS KEENAN r Fnnerail Director and EiBDaiiner i All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Carriages Furnished for All Occasions Both Phones 365 1225 W MARKET STREET 111M1 I111 IHMI I HI IIIHI1HHIM1HM1IHI l 1 I 1111 H H 1 I I I HIlI I 1 u HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J Ji BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 eHST 7WCKIN STREET With the assistance of SOBS I will continue the undertaking business of my late husband under tbe same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT tf4 Gran WSontlSMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 + I FEMBALMERSF STRAUB ItCartageI Furnished Notice on 1531 W MARKET STREET Diamond Wall put under the name the Kentucky Wall Plaster manufactured careful and precise way and the quality every sack is fully guaranteed why dont you buy it You like good things Kentucky Wall Plaster Co Incorporated TELEPHONE 2267 KyAlsoJeffersonville Ind Telephone 655 BIG FOUR THE BEST LINE T- OIndianapolis Peoria Chicago WjarINDIANA MICHIGAN d ClivilanilI Buffalo f Niw York Boston r AND ALL POINTS EAST rt Information cheerfully fnrnfihed OiiceJUgIfg J Wee Oeal Agemtt Passenger ARt tYLowletltktXy Ur W tSecretary I Fuel my AL Short Plaster Itttt ttt DANIEL JDOUGHERTY Funeral Director and Embalmer Both Phones 2998 Carriages Furnished Occasions All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 W Market St Bet 12th and 13th ++ t+1+++ I I I 1 I I I I I I 1 I I I I 1 1 I 1 I I 1 1 1 J II 1 I 1 1 I L H I 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 Iul t I III I I I I is up t of Co It is in a in ter 4 t d on rn I 7- 3ar All 11 OFFICE STO6 HOURS MACEB SUNDAYS 9TO12 I OONT YOU WANT YOUR TEETH FIXED By men of experience at the most reasonable price DR H J COUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH VENUE oppJno C Lewis Co HEIflY A 1 1JIJ PULS DYER AND CLEANER ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone a63B 528 Fifth Street Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGEL- OUIS I ij WABNITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET KATIE AGNES SMITH Formerly of Gran W Smiths Sons LADY Eh1DALMER Washing and dressing ladies and chili dren a specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reasonable prices All calls answered promptly day or night Home Streetfo i NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB Autumn Nineteen Days Racing Beginning Sept 16 and Ending Saturday Oct 7 SIX HIGHCLASS RACES EACH DAY This Afternoon = The South Louisville Handicap IRELAND Record of the Most Important ofI the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The Rev A M Kelly O P an ardent Gaelic Leaguer bas been transferred l from Waterford to Tallaght County DublinThe Cllfden Rural Council has adoptedl a resolution in favor of the enforcement of the compulsory attendance clauses of the education act in Clifton Union- A lay brother of the Redemptorists community at Limerick was seizedwith cramp and drowned in five feet of water while bathing at Shannon fields Cor ballyHis Grace the Most Rev Dr Healy Archbishop of Tuam dedicated the new Church of St Brigid erected at Arran Island by the Rev Father Farragher of KilronanA lady Miss Dora Walsh from the County Kerry who had been spend ing a holiday in Lisnoonvarna was killed in a car accident which occurred between Lisdoonvarna and Ennistymon- It has been decided to present an ad dress on behalf of the priests and people of Cashel to the Very N J Brennan President Rockwell College who is leav ing to take up duties in Blackrock Col lege Lord Donoughmore Under Secretary for War has sold the greater part of his Waterf ordaud Tipperary estate at twenty two and a quarter years purchase of first and twentyfour and a half years of second term rents A lace society has been organized at Newliss County Monaghan The Rev Father Patrick McDonald is President of the society and a committee has been formed with a view of putting the undertaking on a working basis About forty tenants on Mrs Johnson Travers estate near Courtmacsherry County Cork have agreed to buy at twenty and threequarter years purchase of first and twentythree years of second term rents A halfyears ret is forgiven in each case Martin Slattery aged seventy years and his invalid wife aged seventyfour years were evicted from their house and land at Irishtown County Mayo The bailiffs also took possession of a little garden which the Rev John Maylatt held from Slattery The tenants on C McDermotts Ros common estate have agreed to buy their holdings at twentyfour and a half years purchase of second term rents one years rent to be pail by November All arrears are wiped out and a large grazing farm is divided among the small tenante In consequence of the suspicious cir cumstances surrounding the death of John Gardiner a farmer at Drumleagues County Fermanagh whose body was found in the Ballindarragh river the Coroner adjourned the inquest to enable an exhaustive postmortem examination to be made Lord Clonmella Kilsheelan estate County Tipperary has been sold at twentyone and a half years purchase of first term twentytwo and a quarter years of nonjudicial and twentythree and threequarters years of second terms rents Two evicted tenants have ac cepted compensation The Ballykieran flour mills at Athlone have just been reopened after being closed for twentyfive years They ate being conducted by John Murtagh a sou of one of the former proprietors The mills have been equipped with the latest modern machinery and will employ a large number of medIAt a preliminary meeting held in Limerick to make arrangements for a great public meeting to inaugurate aI presentation to the Very Rev Dr ORiordan the new rector of the Irish College in Rome the Mayor stated that the movement had the warm support of the Bishop ofLimerick A meeting of the North Galway Executive of the United Irish League was held at Killererin on Sunday and a public gathering also took place which was ad dressed by John Roche M P Chairman Higgins and others It was the first meeting of the kind for the last year and a half that has not been proclaimed but no notice of the public gathering had been given The MostRev Dr Fogartv Bishop of Killaloe has made the following appoint ments in the dioceses Very Rev James Canon Cabir of KilmnrryIbrickbane to be Prebendary of Dysart in the diocesan chapter Rev John Scanlan of Clonlara to be parish priest of Doora Rev James Kennedy NewmarketonFergus to be parish priest of Clonlara Rev Martin Hogan of Doonbeg to be administrator at NewmarketonFergusFifty Irish Parlia mentary party met at the Mansion House Dublin under tbe Presidency of John Redmond and indorsed the policy and- action of the party in the House of Com mony at the last section The meeting pledged its full support to the Nation abets Resolutions were passed thank- ingi the Irish people im the United States n y t1 a H SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O IK- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month BarryVice J Sullivan Recording SecretaryThomas Kee Stan Jr Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank etree- tTreasurerTbomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentJohn J Sullivan Recording SecretaryJoe Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on tbe First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice PresidentPatrick J Welch Recording Secretary John Morris Financial SecretaryPat King 1846 Lytle Stree- tTreasurerDl Coleman BegleySergeantatArms Rilev DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednea day Evenings of Each Month President John 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 and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentMichael Kinney PresidentRobert Gleason Vice PresidentMichael Breen Recording SecretaryJ B Murphy Jr Financial SecretaryThomas Gleason TreasurerLouis Constantine MarshalPeter Madden DoorkeeperOwen McCann Banner CarrierLawrence Ford IV 1cI X MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twenty sixth Street President William Kerberg First Vice 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 SentinelPatrick Mullarkey SATOLLI COUNCIL 193 Meets Every Monday Evening at Club Rooms Wells Building 636 4tb Ave CrottyFirst JOConnorOConnorSecond Vice PresidentJ J Kava naghFinancial Secretary Will P McDon ogh 1212 Sixth Street Recording SecretaryJos Lenihan Corresponding SecretaryJ Fabey TreasurerJames B Perry MarshalGeorge S Zorn Inside SentinelJoseph Kelly Outside Sentinel Saml J Boldrick MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 WJefferson StrutOTTO E VENT Proprietor Home Phone 4715 Cumb n3e for their continued support and express ing deep regret at the death of Mayor Collins of Boston TRINITYS BOWLERS Trinity Council Y M I has organ ized its own bowling team with Albert F Martin as captain The other members of the team are Albert Zinheld Ben Schalk Adam Schneider John J Flynn S Farnell Barrett Richard A Hill Harry A Veeneman Alex Veenetnan M Dicktrmnn Thomas Murray August Prante and Ernest Pilson They have secured the Pbcenbc Hill Park alleys for their games The members of the team are requested to meet at Trinity club house tonight They have already received a challenge from the Kentucky Irish American team to bowl a series of games on Hangers alleys or on the alleys at Phoenix Hill Park DISTINGUISHED DEMOCRAT Charles A Walsh of Ottnmwa Iowa who has been for several years past Sec retary of the National Democratic Com mittee spent several days of this week in New Albany and Louisville While in New Albany he was the guest of his personal friend Adam Heimberger Four Telephones twelve Wagons and Horses this means Cuscaden Delivers toe Creanj quick 1 Meeting HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 4 will meet Wednesday night when it is expected arrangements will be made for holding an initiation Milwaukee members of the order are discussing the advisability of affiliating with the Catholic Federation Division 1 will meet Tuesday night A love feast is expected when the mew bers begin to recount the pleasures of the recent social session Ladies Auxiliary No3 of Prov dence R I gave a harvest supper and dance The hall was tastefully decorated with autumn leaves and flowers The life insurance fund of the order is increasing rapidly and State Secretary Mahoneys report for August shows that more than 60000 is in the beneficiary fundThe military battalion of the Hiber nian Knights of Providence R I re cently celebrated the sixth anniversary of the first company with appropriate exercises The annual election of officers of all the divisions will be held in December Interest in the outcome is beginning to be felt and the indications are that some new faces will fill presiding chairs The Rev Father Michael OFlannagan of County Roscommon Ireland will lecture in Providence R I on October 12 under the auspices of the joint divisions of the order in that city The pro ceeds will be devoted to the Irish indus trial movement At the last quarterly meeting of the various divisions in Indianapolis resolu tions were adopted indorsing the move ment for the revival of the Gaelic lan guage and literature among the Irish of all nations The resolutions also pledged the order in the support of the proposed welcome to Dr Doughlas Hyde the principal factor in the Gaelic revival movement and who has succeeded in obtaining the teaching of Gaelic in 3100 Irish schools RACE QUESTION In a sermon last Sunday Archbishop Glennon declared that religious training was the chief hope for the solution of the negro problem and that the black mans future would be more secure when he ceased to be the property of political bossesOnce the property of slave owners the black man Is now the property of politicians be declared aud it needs the conquest of religion to make him control his emotions to devote himself to industry rather than to politics and to emancipate him from political sway The colored man is ruled largely by his emotions What he needs is training of the heart control of the emotions the complete conquest in him by the moral law It is only through a thorough religious training that this can be done Only through the dominant influence of religion may a decent mode of life be created for him- COUNTY BOARD MEETS The County Board A O H held a special meeting Thursday night to con sider the advisability of securing One pro duction in this city of the famous Ober ammergau pictures Messrs John Mul loy William Connolly Patrick Welsh Thomas Quinn and Joseph Dougberty were named as a committee to visit New Albanyand see the pictures If these gentlemen are satisfied they have full power to act in the matter EUREKA FLOUR The Kentucky Irish Americas desires to call the attention of its readers this week to the advertisement of Edinger Co manufacturers of the celebrated Eureka flour and receivers and shippers companyiswageshereEdinger Co deserve the liberal patronage of Louisville citizens PERSONAL MENTION Misses Alice and Georgia Blurrier of Seymour Iud spent a few days this week as the guests of Miss Nora Wales 2608 First street William Wilson after a stay of three years abroad has returned to this city He was entertained by a party of old friends at his home 208 Shipp avenue on Wednesday evening UNITY AT WORK Unity Council Y M I of New Al bany at its meeting Tuesday evening ap pointed a committee to arrange for the exemplification of the new ritual JIt is earlydateNONPAREILS FIRST DANCE The Nonpareil Club will give iU first dance of the season at Schreibers Hall next Wednesday night Many of the most popular young men lathe city be long to this club sad their dances are always well attended r ry FOK FEHR BREWING 6INCORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever to leave the brewery until properly aged TELEPHONE 1389 Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts DRINK Hofbrau Pilsen1 r Beer BREWED B- YSENNACKERMA7g1 wINx COJMPANYINCORPORATED TELEPHONE 4fS2 LOtfJIt9vILLE KJr Cumb Phone Plain 1913 5913rxi1L WIEDEMANNBREWING Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers L Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent Saver Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky ASY FOR DIERSENSCELEBRATED Telephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST B A JOHN FOERTEBUT- CHER OWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BE 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN s PRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewer812 and 814 CLAY Telephone aopo LOUISVILLE K the Brables Si Gilbert CompanyINCOKMIIATtD Stationers PrintersBinders Booksellers permitted STREET RepwentatlPM of tbe riasu and type writer for Kentucky typewriter Supplies Ribbons etc I for all cs machine Cor anb Xoutsville It PETER M ANDRIOT SONS AUONH MANUFACTURERS Carriage and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST y 150 ROUND TRIP To Evansville Hendersonand Sunday 15 Via the HENDERSON ROUTE Train leaves Seventh Street Depot at r20 pm For full information ask the agent flank Book and 1 Paper Box 11lANM1AttN1t TEbirfc Breen tt3a o Repairing October HERRMANN BRO IJllORTltRS FINE WINES AND LIQU Distillers and Wholesale A eatacky BOTTLED Jff BOND Telephoned 234 Slxih St WINES LIQUORS VALS SALOOVAL Hot Lunch every morning foot to 1230 oclock 44D W OUBiBSJ 1i QO TCO Pioneer Bottling Hoioo- FOR TRAIGHTWH to JUGAT D J P f17 wurJteAofAt r t IarUcKY 1tt1 CaCY i THE BIG STORESExclusive Fashions Modeled by Artist Drafts men New rail Creations in MENS SUITS 5 750 10 12 15 20 25 MEN S FASHIONABLE TOP COATS 5 750 10 12 and 15 11THE BIG STORE MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO No No 424 to 434 Market Fourth St WestII THEHOUSETHATPLATT BUILTI Everything Uptodate i- nFURNISHINGSMENS i Shirts to Order and Wedding Outfits Our Specialties 3 N SID PLATT CO Fourth and Man i JON II COIKMAN President DICK SHANUJV Secretary AA fcA SxS Hxfc9x A S S No Stiff Fingers Treacherous Memory Lack of Repertoire CECILIAN It is ever ready to do your bidding and discourse sweet music Years of experimenting have finally produced in the Cecilian an instrument which is correctly called THE PERFECT PIANO PLAYER The CECILIAN does the mechanical work for you it is a statement of fact when we say that the musical results achieved that is espresslon tone quality are hardly to be distinguished from the playing of a really great pianist and musician Tone is gradu ated instantly from pianissimo to fortisimo technical difficulties are as easily overcome as a simple scale by the amateur and effects are limited only by the Intelligence of the performer MONTENIGRO =RIEUM MUSIC CO e saao TtOUIZTI3 AVENUE SSSS s sTh6 6llas fl R006r BOOk GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES + TO SUIT EVERY TASTE Give us a call and Inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION I 34 W Jetierson ScJ tIf1IiIl1tIIIt I I I I 4iI1tiiitll1 I I I 1 TRAIQHT CREEK COAL Pleases the Hard to 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irsari lOhickn Feed k ZOOVt ALi RDEfc5 PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO tftHHt+TH un H U uot ll t tt IIt r I nI C8 i Lace Curtain AND BLANKET SALE Next Monday There will be a multitude of bargains in these Itwo lines Monday Come and see them i i JJBACONSONSSAW Letter Carrier Louis Born trae er Visited North ern Cities Louis Borntraegcr the well known let ter carrier and family have returned from a delightful trip do Chicago In dianapolis and Milwaukee During his i travels he met Supreme President Fo arty of the Young Mens Institute at Indian apolis who had several good words to say for the Kentucky jurisdiction Mr Borntraeger also met Thomas Burk holder formerly a member of Macki Council but now a resident of Chicago While he was greatly impressed with all he saw on his fifteen days furlough be is still of the opinion that Loulsvilli is good enough for him Both Mr and Mrs Borntraeger are greatly improved in health as the result of their outing WORTHY MAN Dennis OHern Democratic candidate for Councilman in the First ward Jeffer onville is one of that citys oldest and most respected citizens Mr OHern has lived in Jeffersonville fifty years and has one of the largest if not the very largest families in tbe city being the proud parent of twelve children four sons and eight daughters all well and healthy He is superintendent of the car depart ment of the Kentucky Refining Com panyand is well thought of by his em plovers If elected in November Mr OHern will make a model city official NEW DEMOCRATIC CLUB The Limerick Democratic Club has organized with the following officers John J Barry President John J Wean Vice President William J Connelly Secretary John OBrien Treasurer John Doolan SergeantatArms Executive Committee Dr John T Chawk Joseph T Hanrahan William J Pfcelan and Charles McCarthy The club will hold an open air speaking next Thursday evening at Seventh and St Catherine streets I HITS THE MARK John J Sullivan Sr of Trinity Council has received notice of his appoint ment on the Board of Arbitration of the Grand Council Y M I The appointment was made by Grand President I Riordan and reflects credit on his judg ment Mr Sullivan has been one of Trinitys oldest and most active workers and always takes an active interest in Y M I affairs JOINED NEW FORCES Clarence H Zook has joined forces with the Pacific Mutual Insurance Cow pany whose headquarters are in the Equitable building Room 416 Mr Zook can also be reached by Cumberland telephone south 2433y If you are in terested in the most liberal propositions in accident and health insurance see him His many friends wish him sue cess Jn his new field of labor IN SEARCH OP HEALTH The Rev Father George A Cone bas gone to XM V gas New Mexico for the benefit of hit health His many friends here hope for tola sPAP- a and fall mtora HOII u L ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers Classical Scientific and Jluslnes Courses Preparatory Department IolRe Swimming 1001 Well Equipped Gymnasium Terms Moderate Bro James Dir 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 You will also find here a splendid line of sewing machines to select from M j MCCARTHY 1108 WEST MARKET STREET CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jtfimon Si Both Telephones 10SO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed Closing out a great line of mens And boys hats at reduced prices to make room for fall andwinter stock KNIGHTS OF COLUIMS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Madison Ind will soon have another initiationA council will be organized at Sheffield Ala in the near future A class of thirtyfive candidates was recently Initiated at Madison Wis Seventy candidates were initiated at a recent meeting of Birmingham Council The Knights of Steubenvllte Ohio have sent Cardinal Gibbons a check for I50 to assist the finances of the Catholic UniversityA council was established at St Genevieve Mo last Sunday More than 300 Knights from St Louis took part in the initiation The council at Springfield Ohio has arranged to give a lecture course during the winter The Rev Father Vaughan I will deliver the opening lecture on November 10- Philadelphia Knights celebrated the home coming of Archbishop Ryan by presenting him with a check for 5800 to be devoted to whatever charity his Grace deems best The Knights of the Columbus Coun cil will initiate a class of 100 next Thurs day as part of their celebration of Land- Ing day A team from Dayton Council will confer the first degree The Council at Escanaba Wis has offered a reward of 500 for information that will lead to the arrest and conviction of the parties guilty of desecrating Catho lic cemeteries in Wisconsin At a barbecue given by the combined councils of Washington DCtProf J C Monaghan of tfcie Bureau of Com merce and Labor fctarted the project for a national mouumeut to Christopher Columbus j Cuscaidans Pure ice Cream for Weddings and Parties Both Phones 5l8 i 11 t 0 JeffcrsonvHIc Is to Have a Council of the Y M Ii- A new Y M I Council will be organ ized at Spieths Hall in Jeffersonvllle next Thursday night The installation of the new officers will be in charge of Unity Council of New Albany assisted by members of Trinity Satolll and Mackiu councils of Louisville and from various Indiana councils Before the in stallatlon ceremonies an address will beI delivered by a prominent member of the order from Louisville All eligible young men in Jeffersonville are invited to at tend this meeting A cordialwelcome will be extended all members of the or der from the three Louisville councils Jeffersonville has many Catholic young men and the new council ought to start ont with a splendid membership NEW STORE Opened by James Sovvders the Popular Fish Dealer James Sowders the fish and oyster dealer has removed to new and more commodious quarters at 161 and 163 West Jefferson street two doors east of his old stand The new store is 200 feet deep by thirtyfive feet wide In the rear is the packing department then the cold stor age department while the wholesale and retail stores are in front Mr Sowders will handle all kinds of sea lake and river fish and is the sole local agent for the famous seal shipped oysters He intends to make his store the leading fish emporium in the Southwest States AMUSEMENTS Charles B Hanford the veteran actor and for years leading man with Booth and Barrett will appear at Macauleys Theater in a revival of Shakesperian and other classic roles during the first half of next week On Monday night The Taming of the Shrew will be presented Tuesday night liThe Merchant of Ven ice Wednesday matinee Ingomar and Wednesday evening Othello Babes in Toylanda pretty and tune ful musical comedy will occupy the boards during the last part of the week Hopkins Theater promises another excellent bill next week Among the vaudeville artists who will appear are Mr and Mrs Alfred Kelcey Ed Latell Paulo and Marlow Belleclalre brothers Ies Elongas Dorothy Drew and the Warsaw brothers Matinees are given every afternoon A series of new and startling pictures on the kinodrome will complete the programme Shadows on the Hearth described as a drama of more than usual human Interest will be the attraction at the Masonic Theater next week The scene is laid on the banks of the Delaware river and tbe story of the play is said to be highly dramatic James Brophy and Miss Esther Williams both old favorites in Louisville are cast for good parts The Colonial Belles with pretty girls and an elaborate wardrobe will be the attraction at the Buckingham Theater next week In the olio will be found such popular entertainers as Charles Robinson Taylor Davenport and Carter Cook and Barrett Rose Carlin Nelson and MUlldge and Charles Falk Matinees will be given every day FATHER BRADY HOME The Rev A J Brady pastor of St Cecilias church has returned home aftera visit of three months spent in Petoskey and other points in the North His many friends will be glad to learn that his health has been much improved I WORTHY CAUSE The Aid Society of St Augustine church will give t euchre and dance at Spieths Hall on Wednesday October 25 Members of this society are anxious to wipe out the remaining debt on their seW and handsome church TryciY when you want jbbprinUng I rJ l tl tt- o i It t + 1 I I I 1 I I I I I STYLE AND STABILITY A 11ARE DEMANDED IN YOUR FURNITUREBut you dont have to hunt uJa swell store to 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 them 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 prices the benefit of these economies Just investigate and see Come in and let me show you the most stylish stock buyIproductstCarpets Cook Stoves and Ranges cheaper than the same goods can be J had iEsDGR1ENEIMARKET STREET + I I I I ft ++I +++t + l+4 + +++I+i+t+f+1+++it+I iFNI I I Ii 5GSURE TO CALL FOR f IIBEI I 1 II McKENNAWHISKY I I IITIS ALWAYS PURE I mt H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky e = r J 3 Sx SxS xmxSxSxSS a WE ARE READY x To supply you with the Best Fourth Pool Coal ITS DRY ITS CLEAN ITS GOOD I Best Pittsburgh Screened Lump I I 100 Bushels 1200 I ATLAS COAL CO i iSIAgents for C Jutte Co Pittsburgh J i iI Chas L Crush GenlI Mgr OFFICE 346 Wr JJEFFERSON 3S SS S SS S 3S EOLLOVV THE c1OWLAnd you givingYOUR UNITED LAUNDRY CO Incorporated HAND WORK A SPECIALTY s GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED j BOTH PHONES 1188493732 T N SHEPARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN S4 3 4x 8 3 SKS S 8 K e 3xS Doth PhoneI 3399 BNOS SDCTH AND MAIN P DR J To CfiA WKS Veterinary Infirmary Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSESHOEING For and J p 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