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Digital page images are linked to the text file. = V i 1A r N H LT f 1 RU1 1 or L 1A f F 1 f iJ 17 h tk l1Jtt p 3I 1 Jtq f 1 tr Il 1- 1i J KENTUCK AMERICAN r j i I VOLUME XVNO 18 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 4 1905 PRICE FIVE CENTS ITyT y SHERIDANa II Honored by People of ills Boy I ihoodd Vijlasro on All lotus Day 4 Handsome Bronze Equestrian w Statue Presented Somerset by State of Ohio 3 tang Distinguished Citizens Assembled to Witness the r Unveiling THE WIDOW AND CHILDREN PRESENT The handsome new monument to the late Gen Phil Sheridan erected at a cost of 10000 by the State of Ohio was formally unveiled at Somerset on Thursday It was fitting that the celebration connected with the unveiling took place on All Souls day Sheridan lived and died a Catholic and Somerset the home of his boyhood and of the greater part of his manhood is a Catholic communfly It is there that for many years the white robed sons of St Dominic have had their main house of studies- It Is not however as a Catholic that the State of Ohio has chosen to hononthe memory of Gen Sheridan The hand some equestrian statue erected to hi memory is to honor him au a soldier a defender Of the Union The monument was formally delivered to the Stale by the contractors and then the Governor of Obio formally presented it to the village of Somerset The ceremonies attracted a Ilarge crowd to Somerset Not only did members of the Grand Army of the Republic frost all over the State attend but the State sent four companies of militia to assist in the celebration Lieut Gen Chaffee was present to represent the United States army and Admiral Dewey represented f the navy Commander lnCbief Tanner represented the Grand Army of the Re a while the State of Ohio was rep presented by Gov Herrick and United States Senators Foraker and Dick LastI but by no means least the Sheridan family was represented by Gen Sheri dans widow and two daughters his son Lieut Phil Sheridan his brother Mike VSheddan of Washington D c andII the members of the family who still re side at Somerset Nor was the South unrepresented since the sister and niece of Gen Jubal A Early the Confederate commander defeated at Cedar Creek byII Gen Sheridan attended the unveilingII Phil Sheridan was born at Albany N Y but removed to Somerset with his parents when he was five years old His I father worked as a laborer and at a very early age little Phil was water boy for a gang of laborers In those days schools 1 were scarce but the parents gave Philip every advantage they could while tbeII father and mother themselves taugbtI him the principles of the Catholic religion He was a bright industrious athletic boy and made friends of all he met Among his acquaintances was a politician for Ohio had politicians then as now who was impressed with theh1 boys ability Philip by this time was clerking in a country Store An appoint y ment to West Point was vacant in thatt Congressional district Several aspiring I youths tried to pass the examination and failed The Congressman was in a quandary He did not know where to look for another candidate The poli titian of Somerset said to him We 1 have a bright young man in a country store In our town He is an Irish boy t but I think he will doSYoung Sheridan was approached and I asked if he would undertake the exam f ination I will try air he said He did try and succeeded He made a I splendid record at West Point and then a entered upon his career as a soldier What he accomplished during the war has passed into history Many historians icjard Little Philas be was famil ialy called as the greatest military j I generationI be never forgot t ibis mother and one of his first concerns after his return from the civil war was to erect a new and comfortable home for Il herThe new monument is eighteen feet six I Inches high a heroic sized equestrian I rbronre statue surmounting a granite base c eight by twelve feet That brilliant soldier and historian jl James F Rusling Master of Arts Doctor I of Laws and Brevet Brigadier General ofII United States Volunteers 1m his Men and Things I Saw in Civil War Days pays higH tribute to Phil Sheridan He says Of Lees surrender it is not necessary to speak more here But it is ithe truth of history that in all the opera itions leading up to it Sheridan was literally the right hand of Grant bitting like a flail or striking like a battering frame and what this spring campaign of 4881 without him would have beer I will not venture to say It is enough to say that without him the campaign of 1864 before Petersburg availed but little and tlsatwithbimthe Campaign of 1864 re salted gloriously Gen Sheridan has been compared to Kearnyr but he had more breadth and keenness than Kearny though leas mill tartlsrningapdculture liebaabeen ompared to Marat butjtiiat b au sabreur fiadjnof h lof 8lwridaaa bVifns not a tithe of his integrity and patriotism 0- P t 0 co Gen Grant did not hesitate to declare that take him all in all he was second to no General our civil war produced on either side It Asa soldier said Grant there is no man living greater than Sheridan He belongs to the very first rank of thworlde Frederick and the great commanders of historyClearly Sheridan was one of Provi dences picked men required then and there for the salvation of the republic His name was a flag His opportunity was large His duty was great And he was equal to both He began life as the son of a poor Irish farmer He rose to be General of the United States army the very highest rank intbe United States armyin the most critical period of American history a rank attained by Washington Grant and Sheridan only Well then I say Hurrah hurrah for Sheridan Hurrah for Sheridan horse and man And when their statues are placed on highUnder dome of the Union sky The American soldiers Temple of Fame Let every American boy study his great and heroic career and may we all profit by bismanly life and glorious ex ample SUDDEN SUMMONS Death of Capt Michael P Barry Occasions Wide spread Sorrow In the death of Capt Michael P Barry Lous isville has lost one of her best and most exemplary Irish American citizens Al though bis death was comparatively sud den he died with all the rites of the churchMr Barry was stricken with uraemia suddenly on Wednesday afternoon His physicians saw that bis condition was alarming and caused his removal to Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital that even ing Soon after receiving the last sacraments from the Rev Father Crane he became unconscious His wife and two I sons were at his bedside when the endII came at 11 oclock Thursday morning Michael P Barry was born in County Tipperary Ireland fiftyeight year ago c When he was eleven years old he came to America with his parents who settled in Louisville After leaving school he 1 began life as a blacksmith in the shops of the Louisville Nashville railroad Twentyeight years a ohe became a member of the Louisville police force I and served as a faithful member of that branch of the citys service ever since His ability as an officer was soon recognized f and he successively arose to be Ser 1 geant Lieutenant and Captain of police About six months ago he resigned from the force and had since been living quietly at his home 633 West St Cather ine street He is survived by hiI widow and three sonsWilliam Barry of Jan sas City who did not arrive until after his fathers demise John J Barry Sec retary and Treasurer of the Kentucky Irish American and Thomas M Barry of the L N freight office To say that Mike Barry at be was familiarly called by his friends was a kind husband and an exemplary father would be saying too little To him was home because be recognized ome as the foundation of government- He wanted his family to have the advan tages that he did not enjoy while a youth that thus they might assume leading positions in both the business and social worldaThe news of his death caused wide spread regret among his large circle of acquaintances in the city and seldom has such manifestations of sorrow been witnessed as were exhibited by the con stout stream of people who called to ex j press their sympathy for the bereaved family f The funeral will take place this morn ing from St Louis Bertrands church with solemn mass of requiem at 9 oclock tCATHOLIC KNIGHTS I TAre Requested to Attend Smoke Given By Branch- Twentytlve Branch 25 Catholic Knights of Amer lea will hold a aerial session and smoker in connection with its regular meeting on Monday night Members of all the other branches in Louisville New Albany and jeffersonville have been 1 linvitedto attend Addresses on the good of the order will be made by leading members of St Johns branch and other branches The meeting will be held in St Johns HallClay and Walnut streets Every I Catholic Knight Is requested to attend willbemembership of the order t IRISH LADIES CHOIR- s I Th Irish Ladies Choir of Dublin twentynix in membership arrived in New York this week and will give their first concerts in Philadelphia on Monday t sled Tuesday The people of Ireland are very proud of this aggregation of singers I Theolbits are Madame CoeslettHeller I prima donna soprano of public h Miss I Joan Holland contralto i Mill Violet IIllbi tMIM11r by yiblini t andMisa JaateJeliieI pi nICt 1 The Irhk LwHwi1 liir will be hardnLouisville laterin tkeMMon I Lc oii ERUDITION Of Rev Father Volz Recognized by High Ecclesiastical Authorities Becomes President of St Pat rinks College In City of Columbus Brief Sketch of Able and Elo quent Prior of St Louts Bertrnndfl LIKES THIS CITY ALSO OUR PEOPL- The Very Rev Father John Raymond Volz O P prior of St Louis Bertrands convent and one of the most distin guised literary men In the Dominican VERY REV J R VOLZ 0 P order will leave Louisville within the next few weeks On the invitation of the Right Rev Bishop Hartley of Columbus Ohio Father Volz has accepted the Presidency of St Patricks College in that city The new college will be conducted by the Dominican priests and promises to develop into one of the larger classical institutions in the country Father Volz has been in Louis ville two years and haanude maaywarm personal friends His admirers hate to see him leave the city at the same time they feel that he has been promoted to a field of action more commensurate with hiss splendid talents Previous to study- Ing for the priesthood Father Volz studied law for several years He was the first registered student of St Thomas College at St Paul Minn an institution founded by the Most Rev Archbishop Ireland One of Father Volzs preceptors there was the Rev Dr OGormau now Bishop of South Dakota Bishop OGorman and Father Volz have been very warm friends since the old college days Father Volza father and his mothers father were among the early pioneers in Minnesota As a boy Father Volz re- ceIved his early education from the Do Sisters whose mother house is at Sinsinawa As a youth Father Volz was well acquainted with the founder of his native city Alexander Fairbault He was likewise well acquainted with Bishop Whlpple and was well known beloved by the Indians in bis native State Adistinguisbed Sioux chief made- a suggestion to Pother Volzs father which if he had adopted would have given him the place in the amusement world now held by William Cody Buffalo Bill Father Volz came to Kentucky for the first time in 1886 and this has practically been his home ever since In 1890 he was selected by the Dominicans to prosecute his studies abroad He was first sent to the University of Louvain Belgium While there he took up the study of IndoEuropean comparative philology under the tutelage of the ales bested Consignor DeHarlez and Pof Colinet The young Dominican was elected a Fellow of the Oriental Society of the University While at Louvaln he- met and became well acquainted with Prof St George Mivart she great scientist who afterward fall away from the church An article written by Father Volz on Prof Mivarts defection and subsequent death was widely copied by leading magazines and papers in Canada and throughout Europe After spending three years at Louvain Father Volz spent two years in a uni versity at Vienna and there took his degrees In Vienna one of Father Volzs professors was Father Toggenburg whose father a Tyrolean Count was the last Governor General of Venice under the Austrian dominion He also worked underFather Weiss and in this connec ion entertained thee famous Prince priest Max of Saxony who was alse a- tudent at the university Father Volz returned to America in 1895 and began teaching at St Roses College Springfield Ky After some time he was compelled to retire on ac count of Al health caused by byerworkHe had todsaistfrom hisfav9rltework for nearly two earsbutdidDt spend his time idly Instead ewaa Chaplain of iSJnsinawaCpnege Jtn 1900 berreturned therfuntJconvent two years ago 1For mauyyears be has eenacopst contributor to I many of the leading magazines and periodicals Iu addition to his ability as a literary man Father Volz ISlIn eloquent pulpit orator The people of his congregation n wish him success id hianew Geld The feeling between Father Volzand bis con gregation is reciprocal He likes Louis ville and be likes Kentucky because be has Round the people warm hearted hospitable and full of Christian charity The prayers of the entire parish will fol low Father Volz for success in his new fieldof labor NEW COUNCIL Of Knights of Columbus Instituted at Paducah Last Sunday The new council of Knights of Colum SundaEmost 150 members of Louisville Council went to Paducah on a sjteciartrainSaturdayY night The Knights and the candidates for knighthood attended the late mass at St Francis de Sales church The ser mon was preached by the Very Rev J R Volz O P prior of St Louis Ber trands convent Louisville At 2 oclock the institution of the new council began in Red Mens Hall The three degrees were conferred by teams from Louisville Council The banquet following the initiation was held at the Palmer House and began at 830 oclock and continued till nearly midnight The Rev Father H W Jansen pastor of St Francis de Sales church invoked the Blessing after which the tired and hun gry Knights fell to with vigor and did ample justice to the viands placed before themAfter the cigars were lighted John J Dorian one of Paducahs leading mer chants who presided as toastmaster in troduced Father Volz who responded toI the toast Modern Knighthood At torney Thomas Walsh of Louisville spoke on the Knights of Columbus Jerry P OMeara one of Hardiu coun tys leading legal lights eulogized The Grand Old Name of Gentleman The Catholic Citizen was the toast to which I Louis J Herrman of Evansville District Deputy was called upon to respond The special train bearing the Knights back to Louisville left Paducah at midnight t and reached this city at 730 I oclock Monday morning In all fifty candidates were Initiated 1 Among them were thrjse priests the Rev t Fathers H W Janse Charles A Auer i and Peter J McNeil fe if HALLOW f f JOKE I Fuslontst Orators Were Boy cotted by People ofsLimerick Last week one of the Fusionist organs 1 under the caption Limerick Solid For ONeal announced that a big Fusionist 1 rally would be held at Seventh and St Catherine streets on Halloween night 1 This week both the Fusion organs announced the meeting on Monday and i Tuesday Major W C Owens and the Hon J T ONeal were to be the speakersNow this would have drawn a large crowd Men like to see what kind of crowds their political opponents are drawing Democrats visit Republican t meetings and vice versa But Limer ick fooled them The speakers were i there all right but there was no crowd Each of the two speakers brought a J friend Of course they did not care to talk to each other The readytospeak people waited uneasily for halfan hour for an audience but it failed to materialize Now they realize that they were boycotted and have some idea of what boycotting means in Ireland Limerick people understand what is to their interest 1 and are solid for Paul C Earth FATHER HILLEBRANDS LECTURE I A large and attentive audience gath ered at St Josephs Hall in New Al bany on Sunday night to hear the Rev Father Hillebrands lecture Egypt and the Holy Land Those who read Father Hillebrands letters to the Kentucky Irish American during the pastsummer will appreciate the treat that was instore for those who beard the lecture The reverend speaker gave graphic accounts of what he saw aud of the impressions made on him by his visit to those placesk so fraught with iinterest to the stadents of Biblical history and early Christianity Father Hillebrnnd held the attention of his audience from start to finish It is to be hoped that he will be induced to t deliver the lecture on this side of the Ohio river teMACKIN COUNCILC President William Kerberg presided over the meeting of MacklnCouncHcn Tuesday algbiwhen three applications were received and six new members were elected Several communications were read of interest to members only A letter of congratulatlpn was ordered sent to Anthony Leitchfilfc a member who tired of single life deserted the Bach elors Club for the Benedict Several interesting discussions on various sub jects injected a flavor ofspice Into1 the meeting The council gave the Gymna slum Committee unqualified approval foirits excellent work a CHARITY BAZAR The Ladles Sewing Circle of St Edwardjs Hospital New lbfynas arrangedtolbold i bssar durlBg Thanks = funds Will lJ appliedi to themaintenance of the hospital 1 t- L n DEMOCRATIC Success Moans a JIgger andl Better Louisville InJJrcry Way What the Party Has Done Will Be Repeated in tbe Futurel- lIanufaotories ahd Capital Attracted to Metropo lis RIGHTtf On Tuesday the eligible voters of Louisville and tbe county of Jefferson are to elect officers to govern the city and county during the next four years How are you going to vote Have you considered it By long odds Louisville iis now tbe most progressive city in the South New Orleans not excepted It is true that the lattercity bat undergone a boom on account of the projected Pan ama canal Louisville has no boom Its growth is normal and steady The mag nificent park system here has won us a national reputation New railroads steam and electric are constantly bringing Louisville into closer touch with other cities great and small New manufac tories are springing up all around us Northern and Eastern capitalists are Investing their money in Louisville enter prises because they are farseeing enough to recognize that Louisville is in the procession Our own capitalists are erect ing immense modern business blocks hotels and apartment houses Why is all this Certainly not because as some of the local neWspaper editors would have us believe that Louisville is in the hands ofa gang of crooks thieves aud adventurers All these changes for the better have come about because the moneyed men both at home and abroad realize that the Democratic party has been wise in its control of affairs of the city and county Loud and long have been the bowls of the anti admfniatralon papers I that there has been grafting and stealing in local public office And yet not oqeII specific charge has been made against- asyofhce or anynian = w alwaysi I t always will be The poor mans cottage I and the rich mans mansion are side by 1 ide The inhabitant of each respect the other because all are American citi I zens There are no large tenement i houses here as in many Northern cities 1 where the inhabitants are housed mor like cattle than humans The DemoII cratic government of this city and county has made this an ideal city of homes and t any person or set of persons who detract from it are not worthy the name of citizensWhat did the Republican party ever do for Louisville Some one will say The Republicans never had a chance Yes they did Some years ago theyt 1 elected a General Council and before they got their seats warm sevenI members of the Board of Aldermen were indicted for selling their votes for 200 each Those fellows were patriots too They opened tbe meetings of tbe Gent eral Council with prayer and decorated the chambers with American flags Yesl They actually wrapped themselves up InII the stars and stripes before they began toC steal The people tired of tbe Republican party at once and in its stead elected Mayor Weaver and the men nominated with him by tbe Democrats Then they elected Mayor Charles F Grainger and his colleagues By the grace of God tbe 1 same people will elect Paul C Earth and his confreres on next Tuesday Look at the list of Democratic nomi nees Barth Scbmitt Shelley Herndon McCann Hagan Oldham Bosler Wil son Bingham Semonin Bell Adams Tflanr sari all the rest Can any fusionist brings charge against any of them that would in any way legally debar him from entering upOn the duties of the office to aspiresVote t nominees and 1 elp secure an honest and progressive administration of city and county affairs A vote for the Democratic ticketmeans clean streets better strectaand more of them It means more police of the kind I that President Roosevelt admired ItJan improvement of tbe already excellent fire department It means more improvements in the park system It means more manufactories and busi mess houses It means a bigger and betJLouisville Let every one who values the prosperity of the city vote on Tuesday and let the vote be cast as early as possible J MACKINS GYMNASIUM I On last Friday evening thebasket ballJ season was opened with a full attendance regutart had been finished the floor was cleared and the gymnasium class divided into iwoMeaniSi with Instructor Kieffer basketballhalfhour a most slubbortly fought game was plaxed the members shoivinggfeat endurance and agility although they lacked the science which coma only f j knowledgethe of e blew for time the Cyclones had defeated the Hurricanes by the close1 score of two to one As soon as the members attain better form in the game the different teams will be selected and a basket ballI league organized and a regular ached ule of games played One team lids already entered the field and it is com posedof bachelors and married memo ben It has not as yet decided on a name The following members compose the team John Carr Frank Adams Charles Raidy Samuel Robertson and James Shelley S HOLY CROSS Undergoes Change of Pastors During the Present Week The Right Rev William George Mc Closkey Bishop of Louisville has ac cepted the resignation of the Rev Father Bernard A Cunningham as pas tor of Holy Cross church Thirtysecond and Broadway and has assigned th REV B F CUNNINGHAM Rev Father Cyril Thomas who had charge of the mission at St Vincents Union county to succeed him Father Cunningham sent in his resignation two weeks ago As yet he has not been re assignedThere are many nonCatholics as well as Catholics all over the city who regret to hear that Father Cunningham will be flaaigiiedloQtherdutiea hasbeen an indefatigable worker since he came to tbe diocese eleven years ago Almost immediately upon coming to Louisville the young priest was assigned to Holy Cross church then in the wilderness as it were With a nucleus of nine families be has succeeded in building up his parish into one hundred and from a parochial school of sixteen children he has raised it jto an average attendance of ninety pupils Through bis friends three handsome altars were donated to Holy Cross church the beautiful shrine of St Anthony was donated to Father Cunningham personally and was by bins donated to the church While officiating at mass on All Saints day Father Cunningham published the of matrimony between five con tracting couples In each of the marriages one of the principals is a convert Father Cunningham was born in Albany about thirtyfive years ago and obtained bis English course at Manhat College N Y He studied the classics at Burlington Vt and traveled one year in Europe as Secretary to the late Bishop De Goesbriand In the cityI Montreal Father Cunningham finished his theological studies and at the same time became proficient in the French language His final studies were completed in Baltimore where he was ordained by His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons on December 22 1894 Soon after be came to this dioces- eWELCOME VISITOR The Hon Michael Sweeney Stopped Here En Route to Indianapolis The Hon Michael Sweeney of Jasper Ind was in Louisville Tuesday en route stayIwith a representative of the Kentucky Irish American Mr Sweeney is Chula man of the Democratic Committee In his Congressional district and many of the leading Democrats of Indiana desire to make hint Chairman of the State Committee fuatead of Tom Taggart of In dlanapollsIHe is strictly a selfmade man Thir teen years ego he was laboring for a tail road company Being ambitious and thrifty be studied law and scion forged to the front A few years after being ad mitted to the bar Mr Sweeney was elected to represent Dubois county in tbe Legislature Under his able manage ment Dubois county has grown to be the greatest Democratic county in the State j WESTERMANN CADETS I The Weatermann Cadets have been organized from the bays of Sty Marys parochial school Thus far fo ty five boys have signed the muster roll They I will be ottlred in neat uniforms and a competent drillmaster has been secured t to conduct them through marches and tnaneuvjea HenryBosquet the popular Fourth avenue business stan Is the 1 foaods4of the new organization u SCENERY Of Ireland Described in Inter Ieating Letter by Amen can Tourist Tells of Pass Where Every Foo Has Had Its Baptism In Blood Happy Children Follow Coach and Cheer the Delighted Travelers I LAND DESERTED AND PEOPLE POOR W A Percy a well known lawyer and financier of Memphis now sojourning in toeabout whafhe saw in the Emerald Isle In part he said After a pleasant stay in Cork we left at 8 oclock in the morning for Glengariff going by rail to Macroon then by coach to Glengariff fortyfive miles Going to Macroon we passed by the old castle of pleasantthingsing up with those friendly old names The coaching party consisted of about twentyfive people of which we were the only Americans The roads were good and rain plentiful A part of the drive was along the Inchlgeelagh lakes one of the romantic spots in Ireland Near them is Gouganebara tbe quaint little lake in which there is a small island where tbe holy St Fin Barre built a tiny chapel in the early Christian times It was in this lake that one monster yStholy St Fin Barre to drown the monster This shrine bidden away far from the railroads in the heart of the mountains is venerated by thousands of devout peopleMy wife after offering her prayers struck up a great conversation with Mrs OLeary who looked after it and who made some interesting predictions about the future and gave her some shamrock and white heather No one ought ever to spotFrom J through the Sheeby mounldBA WoUgli the Pass of Keimaneigh thff grandest pass in Ireland and only surpassed in the entire United Kingdom by the melancholy Pass of Glencoe in Scotland Every foot of this picturesque pass has had its baptism of blood Here were fought out the feuds between the OSul livans and the OLearys and many an English army has been ambushed in its dark defiles The wind bowls through k the pass and it always rains so that I advise all coachers to have a bit of Jamisons best before leaving Gougane 4 bara The fact is there is so much rain in Ireland that while there are no ser pents it is wise to always carry the same antidote for the weather that the people down in Mississippi carry for snake bite JAfter crossing the pass we came lit sight of the Western sea and drove along deepinletmiles wide and it was in this bay that the English were always expecting the French fleet to land Several times the French fleet with large armies set sail for Bantry bay but the English luck stood them in good stead for the weather always interfered with the French andiIrish plans Had these ventures been i successful Ireland might have been an independent nation today Through tbe Lf mountains we saw many sheep and cattle f of a small aud hardy type The popula I tion is rather scattered The very poor the houses are betterthan lr they used to be and we bad the happiest lot of children chasing tbe coaches every few miles and shouting hurrahs Throughout all the southern part of the island in tbe last ten years compulsory education has been inaugurated and on each of the school houses the name of the school is written in English and Old Irish A The Government has likewise gr assisted the agriculture by smertal supplyingtilizers plants and seeds We arrived about at Glengarriff and stopped at the c fortable Eccles Hotel We had brained on four times during the day and eompanywasIery lage on Bantry bays far awayfrom the railroads or the ordinary tourist crowd We spent several days here The land all around belongs to Lord Bantry tfished and talked politics to all the Plea I met My principal friend was Dennis OSullivan wbo managed the fishing part of the hotels business Themes were worried about the differences between Mr John Redmond and Mr Will wayisThompson pastor pi the First Methodist church of this city All these Bantry people have kiuspepple in the Kited States My wife was much interested in the lace factory Which the SfsTere eataL Hshed last year at Glengar e tie additional money girls in the lace acti a poor mans livin with the brightj be beneficial to l 1 s W IIU f JBtp a j KENTUCKY IRISH tlMERI6ftN f11 evteL to tlie Mnl anti SeaIaf Advanceaiult of an Irlelt AlaerI Ua KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PULtSHEftS INSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR pER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Entered at theLoalsUlepeatofflce as SecoadCUss Matter Lldi era att CellMaleUe to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN3Z6 Weat Green Street LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 4 1905 DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES Mayor t PAUL C EARTH Treasurer 1 E T ECHMITT DICK Auditor LTNB HERNDON Tax Receiver THOMAS A SHELLEY JUdgo City Court JOIN MCANN Prosecuting Attorney City Court ROBERT J HAGAN Clerk City Cour- tALFOLDIIAM DallIff City Court WILLIAM BOSLER County Judge CHARLES A WILSON I County Attorney ROBERT W BINQHAM I County Clerk W J SEMONIN County Sheriff I HENRY A BELL County Assessor I JOHN M ADAMS County Jailer JOHN no PFLANZ County Coroner HARRIS KELLY County Surveyor R H YOUNG II County Superintendent Public Schools ROSA STONESTREET Senator Thirtysixth District tp H S McNUTT DletrlctSenatorALBERT II CHARLTON Representative Fortyfourth Dlst I LLOYD W GATES Representative Fortyntth District JOHN M LETTERLE representative Fortysixth District CHRIS MUELLER Re acrittlVe Fortyseventh DISt TAMES A IIAGAN Representative Fortyeighth Dlst EMMET P SLATTERY Representative Fortyninth Dlst ION B NALL Representative Fiftieth District W G BAXTER Representative Flay lrat District THOMAS DREWRY 1 Justice of Peace County First Dlst n O DORSEY Justice of Peace County Second Diet- S C WEATHERBEE Justice of Peace County Third Dlst H D ROBE Justice of Peace County Fourth Dlst B S IIOLLIS Justice of Peace City Fifth Diet- S FRANK J HOFFMAN Justice of Peace City Sixth Dlst EDWARD MEGLEMRY Justice of Peace City Seventh Diet p EDWARD D OCONNOR Justice of Peace City Eighth Dlst 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 ALDEHMKN Chas F Taylor G W Embry Knecht Dr n II Gilbert Humphrey Miller Wm J OHearn J Wllllam Lederman owen Tyler A8+ 7 Geo J Butler N W Barnes r Frank S Cools Chas Hager a COUNCILMAN George W First WardJohn Baron Meffey Second WardLouis Unz and Anton 8chweltet8 Third WnrdT J Yllger R C Bennett T Fourth Ward0eorge T Fisher Newton Shepard loL D Be Fifth WardFrank V Stout yuleS Blitz Chan D Greer Seventh WnrdM Reichert Henry W Sandera ft CharlesEighth WardEdwin Kerr LV SmlthNinthTenth SygrdL dgar G Hill W E more Klevehtb WartHcrinah Christen Ju II E Blerach- ellth Au WardGeorge D Coder ks Miller TRUSTEESItyflfth B tyslxth peon Legislative DlstrlctE U enter ftywyentb legislative DistrictBen- rrtyeUlith In Jr Legislative DlstrlctMa aWi ftloy Fortyninth Legislative DlstrlctJ W GalvlttDistrictB E Gal vln BF1ftyAtkinson n PARK COMMISSIONERS John B Castiernan tjoul SeeHaach flottll i Layer SEIrTHAT YOU VOTE TiM election konly three days off and h If the dutyoc every citizen to vote The right to voteda heritage that has edwnto ne through more thanaI century a heritage purchased blood ota dtaeendants of those early Cllmiiwkomadethefirat settlement at St Augustine Iby the descend gU ofthe Pilgrim fathers who landed at mouth Rock by the blood of the Hbertyiovi Irish i followed the ban to Maryland l were of in their native land a land whose every acre was made sacred by the blood of patriots and martyrs We look upon this American heritage too lightly Too many of our people go to the polls with as little care nay Iless care than they go to their meals Many of us do not remember that on election day we are all sovereigns The vote of the man who scrapes the street counts as much as the vote of the President of the United States Out votes should not be cast for the individual good of any one man It should be cast for the greatest good of the greatest number Locally it has been a campaign of vituperation Men have not hesitated to charge partisans on the opposing side with crimes of theft assault bribery etc These charges thus made are worse than idle and serve only to excite the ignorant If a man in public office is known to be dishonest it is the duty of those who are aware of his guilt to lodge the necessary information with the properly constituted authorities To charge a whole set of nominees with indefinite crimes is vicious and un American Through the campaign the Kentucky Irish American has never hesitated to voice its sentiments in favor of the Democratic nominees At the same time it has male a dignified effort for what it believes to be right The Ken tucky Irish American believes that the press has a mission to perform and that that mission is the education of the people It believes that example is a better teacher than precept Hence it has ta booed vituperation and billingsgate The daily papers particularly those of the Fusionists have aroused the passions of the people to a white heat This is not as it should be Let us hope that all our citizens will allow their passions to cool before Tuesday but let all insist on their right of suffrage Let all vote for that candidate or set of candidates who repre lents the best interests of the city men tally morally and financially PARRY AND NUN f CHeR It is bard to please some people and very often these birds of a feather flock together Last week there was a meeting- of representative shippers from all over the United States held in Chicago The majority of the delegates to this meeting were representative merchants and man ufacturers in their respective States The object was to secure legislation to give greater power to the Interstate Com merce Commission The delegates met and at ouce a bunch of them from Ohio Indiana and Kentucky undertook to run the convention They promptly told E P Bacon of Milwaukee Chairman of the Executive Committee of the conven tion that he did not understand his business Mr Bacon was sustained by a majority of the delegates and then the persons who would rule or ruin left the meeting and held a rump convention Who do you suppese headed these con vention breakers None other than D bL Parry of Indianapolis of the Na tional Association of Manufacturers and Frank C Nunemacher of Louisville Parry and Nunemacher both have national reputations as being opposed to unions Parry wants to down all labor unions Nunemacher would at least like to disrupt the International Typograph teal Union Now it seems that they can not agree with their fellow business men and associate shippers It is all right Let it go at that Parry and Nunemacher have formed a rump association of shippers We venture to assert that ere many moons have waxed and waned Messrs Nnnemacber and Parry will have agreed to disagree Each one must be bow He brooks no obstacle to his ambition He rides rough shod over his fellowman- In reaching his goal But it is this ambition Which oerleaps itself And falls on tother side CONCERNING RUSSIA The breaking of the dawn of liberty for the people of Russia is at hand After centuries of despotic government the people have been granted a constitu tion by the Czar This condition has not been brought abont without bloodshed It has been wrested from the autocrats who tyraaically governed the people In a great measure the final recognition of the rights of the common people was due to the good offices of Count Witte as big In brain aad heart as in physique It waa Witte who brought peace an honorable peace to Russia In her war with Japan He eerie to America at Russias minister plenipotentiary aad while here bad every fAllitHy lag the country and the pee He foud that nwchanica sit ferwWaad u laborers fellftkentMlves n4 r a ftee aed jlbirai feevefataenttie decided that what WM goad for America wafe also geod fee Rasta He met and recognized the abilityot President Roeeevett aad ao doubt from him leaned much that was new nil tree in the science ofgevera I event Bearing home the honorable treaty of peace and armed with aew ideas Witte was in a position to win the Cwr to his way of thinking The remit all know And yet Russia U fey jje jaeaaa out of the woods IlJ took year of strife to build up the Government of the United States She has bad internal aid external troubles Shehad no model to pattern after Russia has the example of the United States to learn from At the same time there are shoals ahead Peo pie not used to liberty are apt to mistake it for license Let us hope Count Witte will steer his ship of State clear of troubled waters Years hence historians will hail Theo dore Roosevelt as the great Liberator of all the Russlas AMUSEMENTS The management of Hopkins Theater promises the greatest combination show of the season for next week The Colonial Septette is announced as the headliner Among the other vaudeville I features will be Merinns dogs Jules and Ella Garrison the Sisters and Brothers Ford dancers Winona Winters com edienne Campbell and Johnson cyclists and Patty Brothers athletes The vita graph with new pictures will fill the bill Macauleys Theater offers its patrons a varied bill for uext week On Monday and Tuesday the tuneful comic opera The Forbidden Land will be presented On Wednesday and Thursday Ethel Barrymore will appear in her latest success Sunday Way Down East a rural play redolent of New England farm life will be presented on Friday and Saturday nights and at Sat urday matinee Tie Brigadiers presenting Edmund Hayes InIOThe Wise Guy will be the attraction at the Buckingham Theater next week The Wise Guy has been seen in Louisville several times and never falls to make a hit This year it is better and brighter than ever with new music dazzling costumes and start ling electrical effects A mattinee will be given each day Jane Corcoran one of the youngand pretty state on the stage today dlrrssay the title role in Pretty Peggy the great costume play so successful in New York which will be presented at the Masonic Theater next week The usual matinees will be given on Tuesday Thursday and Saturday NEW CAR LINE The Louisville Railway Company has not in years done anything so much approved by the public as the extension of the Second street car line to the L N railroad shops Cars were put in operation on the new line on Wednesday It mews prompt transportation to and from work for the03000 men employed at the new L N shopsI HONORING GOD Catholics in the United States are cer tainly doing something to show their appreciation of the gifts that God has showered on them New churches are bring built in every diocese while at St Louis St Paul and Pittsburg the faith ful are about to erect Cathedrals to cost not less than 1000000 each AT OLD STAND Amos Yeager the well known dealer in hay corn oats mill feed etc whose store was destroyed by fire sometime ago has resumed business at his old stand 144 Third street He desires his friends and patrons to pay him a call HINTS ON STYLE Wraps for evening wear display the short shouldercape effect Cloth Incrusted on voile or on lace is among the charming effects A greater number of fancy shoes are being worn than ever before Picturesque dainty bernffled aprons are one Of the seasons coquetries The prindess mode is shown in a great many varying designs for fall wear Plaited shirts are shown ia many vari ations and they are still the favorite de sign The tailored shirtwaiBtjstjUe only one which is permissible with a black tailored skirtNonpareil and chiffon velvets have been prepared in quantities for the fall tradeThe closefitting bodice now in vogue hoe created a demand for tailorfitting underwearQuaint looking little Red Riding Hood cloaks for small gins are among the newer offerings mpletelVithoutIta harmonizing color The double skirt and tuniclike effects are increasing ln popularity and by autumn will be in full cry Tucks are again stepping in in place of the shirring for everything now is to look as slender aa possible Prune color and green are announced as two of the leading fall shades the green ia a vivid rich dark tone RICH i lam a selfmade mans boasted the stew millionaire I began life with a dollar Now I bmve a fortune Naturally we felt impelled to eekhim how Be made his money I audc UM autottobilM be Mid wltk a proud sntlle Wholesale or ratal we uiiad NeUlwr r pir shop l soost DONT KNOCK I Slide and the world miles with you Knock aed you go alone For the cheerful grin Will iJet yoe in Where the knocker is everknowiu 7 v Growl and the way looks dreary Laugh and the path is bright For a welcome exile Brings sunshine while A frown shuts out the light Sing and the worldshermonious Grumble and things go wrong And all the time Yourace out of thyme With thebusy bustling throng Kick and theres trod le brewing Whistle and life is gay And the worlds in tune Like a day in June And the clouds all melt awayI csesesssottsfisssssessasses I SOCIETY I Miss Teresa Talbott of Bardstown is the guest of friends in this city Mrs Barney Campbell entertained her friends at euchre on Wednesday Miss Bessie Fisher of Portlandenter tained at euchre on Monday evening Patrick E Henchey returned Tuesday from a successful business trip to New York Miss Agnes Moran oi Deer Park is convalescent after an illness of two weeks Miss Mamie Reid 1123 West Broad way who was ill last week has fully re covered Miss Julia Mattingly of Bardstown bas returned home after a pleasant visit to Mrs Bert Smith John X Kinberger a popular young man of the West End spent several days in New Albany last Wednesday The young ladies of Pleasure Ridge Park have arranged to give a euchre for St Helens church on November 10 Mrs Eugene J Henchey gave a box party at Hopkins Theater on Halloween night 1n honor of her little niece Anna May Kearney Miss Mary Glenn of 3826 Third street has returned home from Bowling Green wherifSae was the guest of John Glenn and othetrelatives Martin Carey and son M J Carey have returned from Paris Ky where they spent some time as the guests of Mr and Mrs Will Carey A Hallowen party in honor of Mis Anna Butler was given at her fathers residence 19G3 Portland avenue All present spent an enjoyable evening Dr Asman and bride formerly Miss Lula Mae Brown kaye returned from their bridal tour and will be at home to their friends at 1220l3ast Broadway after November 10 Mrs redCrow1evof Cbicagq for merly Miss Bee Mullatkey of this city has returned home after a pleasant visi to this city where she was the guest of Miss Katie Henley P H Callahan manager of the Louis ville Varnish Company and his estimable wife have returned from a delightful trip to Washington Old Point Comfort New York and Boston A healthy baby boy has appeared at the home of Patrick Langan 2814 Gar field avenue Both child and mother are doing well and the proud father is re ceiving congratulations Miss Ollie Mulligan of Owensboro who was at Pewee Valley last week as sponsor of the Rice E Graves Camp of United Confederate Veterans spent several days la Louisville with Miss Frances Bohlson before returning home Theodore J Becht and Miss Emilie D Beezy prominent young people of Floyd county Ind will be united in the holy bonds of matrimony at St Marys of the Knobs church on Wednesday morning The Rev Father J F Hillebrand will officiate Joy reigns in the home of G Berry Whitehouse 1120 Hancock street and all on account of a splendid tenpound baby boy who arrived last Friday Mother and child are making fine prog ress under the care of Dr MlcbaelCife per Many congratulations are pouring in upon the proud father Julius Schneider of this city and Mrs Katherine Hoffstetter of New Albany were united in marriage in the latter city at St Marys church oa Monday morning Rev Father Bowies officiating The contracting parties have a large circle of friends who wish them well in their journey through life Cards are out announcing the approach ing wedding of Misa MAlIce Walsh and Edward D White The wedding will be solemnized atSt jeepls Bertrands church at 8 oclock on tie morning of Wednesday November 2fc Miss Walsh is one of Limericks most charming and popular girls and Is the daughter of Michael J Walsh the well known paint fag contractor The bridegroomelect is a machinist in the employ of the Louis ville Nashville Railroad Company Anthony Leitchfield and Miss Rose Huber were united matrimony at St Cedliaa church last Tuesday morning solemnizedbytbe fling breakfast at the borpe of the bride Mr and Mrs LeitcbCeld left for the last OB a honeymoeh trip On their return they will beat home to their friends at 3 00 West Mala street A large crowd witnessed the era aoay the bri4c IIt a popular Bd talented utttic tMcbik of UM Weet Bad The j J 2VtARtyLffl t w Monday and Taeixlay NJghUThe Forbidden l nd Wednewky and Thursday JCihet Barrylsore in her gredt auceeu Sunday r Friday and S tatxlay Way Down Rat a ltnglancVThere HOPKINS e NIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE TWO SHOWS DAILY Opining Wnk Biglnnhtg Sunday Oct 28 Great Orpheum Show xjunmc WITH Ye Colonial Septette in an Old Tyme Hallow cen Meriana boga a canine story in panto mimelutesnd Ella Garrison t-aesenting An Sinter and brothers Ford stages and dancers win 011 a Winter the Ala hams Rosebud Campbell and Johnson comedy acrobatic cyclists EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA PArrY En OT1ZI12FJ Europe greatest nov- ellyBUCKINCHAM MATINEE DAILY WEEK COMMENCINS SUNDAY NOV 5 THE BEST OF ALT The BrigadiersPRES- ENTING yIlEdmond newly made Benedict is a successful grocer at Twentysixih and Main streets One of the pleasant social events of the week was a Halloween party at the home of Miss Lillian Faust 1211 Twenty second street Those present were Misses Melinda Vogelsang Mamie Unterueiher Rosalia French Anna Mattingly Vivian Tracy Lena Meadows Mary Clements Margaret Huhn Dade Davidson Mrs Ackerman Hardin and Dr H J andCoucbman Messrs Charles Hasse Henry Wernert John Murphy William Gaertner Henry Osteader Roy Tracy Louis Davison William Faust end Robert Clark All manner of Halloween games were played andall the youths and maidens had satisfactory fortunes told by a gypsy fortuneteller RECENT DEATHS Martin nines a well known citizen of the West End died at the residence of his sondn law Lieut Thomas OBrien 2610 Magazine street on Thursday morn Ing Mrs Ellen Sullivan widow of William Sullivan died at the home of her sonin law Charles lux Green if13 West Oak street on Wednesday evening The funeral took place from St Williams church yesterday morning The remains of Mrs Florence M 1423sSeventh street on Sunday were sent to Holy Cross Marion county for burial on Tuesday The deceased belonged to a family prominent in Marion and Wash- Ington couuties Her husband Peter Slmms survives her The funeral of James King the tow boat etnptyye who was instantly killed by the irtluKofa towline on Monday morning took placedrom St Jonnla church Clay and Walnut streets on istsurvived by his brothers Michael and Peter King 608 Fulton street Mrs Julia A Deppen wife of John L Deppen the merchant tailor died at St Anthonys Hospital on Sunday morning She sustained a stroke of paralysis one year ago and never recovered from the shock The deceased was fiftytwo years old and is survived by her husbandand several children Funeial services were held in the hospital chapel on Tuesday Robert D the oldest son of Mr and Mrs Dennis A Kane passed into eter nity at the home of his parents 914 East Green street on Friday evening pf last week The child bad been ill of heart onlyInine years old and from his earliest in fancy bad given many exhibitions of piety extraordinary in one so young His funeral took place from St Johns church Monday morning The bereaved parents are consoled by the thought that Robert has gone before to prepare a place of eternal abiding for them John OHara an aged and respected citizen of the West End died at his home 1810 Bank street on Sunday morning The funeral took place from St Patricks church at 0 oclock on Tuesday morning The deceased was born in Ireland seventy Three years ago butcame to America when foufteen years old Since that time the greater part of his life was spent in Louisville For many years he was in the wholesale liquor business At one time he repre sented the Tenth ward in the School Board He is survived by two sons and one daughter The sons are Joseph H OHare of the Louisville Cotton Oil Company and Lawrence S OHara manager of the Ninthi street Tobacco Warehouse Thedanghter is Miss Mamie OHara NEW HAVENS TREAT I S Grand First Vice 1 resident Albert F Martin of the Young Mens Institute Kentucky jurisdiction will address the 1 members of St Catherines Council at New Haven on Monday evening Noyem ben 13 COUNTY FEDERATION The Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies will hold its regular meetingat the Cathcllc Womans Club next Thursday night A full attendance importance FORTY HOURS Forty hours devotion will begin at St Helens church on theEtgbteenth etreet road tomorrow at the late mass The devotions will close on Tuesday morn lag St Heltas congregation is one of the krgtttof the several sobarbaa par label around IviJc1c 1URIITURFOF the Lowest Prices Possible WM R MAYERe L 419 W MARKET STREET IIJJ HI jf I II II oJ 1 1 110 l 1 1 R 1 I H1 111 OUR BEST EFFORTS ARE DIRECTEDI TO BE RECOGNIZED AS It Louisvilles Carpet Store I Every floor is teeming with stocks that tip the acme of lence Our exhibition of f OARPETSIZE RUGS excelIIIs without a peer Selection quality and prices nl strong champions for your fa- vorHUBBUCH BROS it 524 626 and 628 West Market Street Hl 3iI1 I 1Hi H 1 1 1 1 II HII1 IH 1 IIIII1 I 1 1 IIIPIII1 1 I 1 I 1 11I 1 i ti 1 1 I 1 1 1 HI H1 I I 1 Hut 1 I 1 IH HHll1 1 i iii1 1 I I I 11+ MY SPECIALS t 3IsiGid COFFEE Freshly roasted and better than any that 9jjI on the grocers shelves and loses its GOOD TEA 45c A LB j impolltttlouspricePhone I MULLOYCOFFEB i Ji111z1 v MARKIi BTRJCIT1- 1h111 d d 3 I I i31 LLLLn I 11 Who sYour Choice for Mayor I Get ready to celebrate On Election Day I Nov 7 we will give away a horn with J two loaves of MOTHERS BREAD oran earsplitting Cricket with one loaf FOR GOODNESS SAKE GET READY THEN ThN6OEH6O1TlG IMPORTERS BLENDERS AND ROASTER OF HIGHiRADECOFFEESIMPORTERS Office Warerooms and Mills 347 W Main 11 1 I 1 1 I I I I I I 1 Hi III 1 1 IIIiIIl1 1 lMMHMI r I I 1 1 I 1 H 111 I 1 I 1 r 1 J o I ff+ ++ +++ ++ai rJAMES SOWDERS f 151153 West Jefferson Street I Fish and OysterssBOTH PHQ2VECCS 38133 n I Ht t t + QUICIFMEAL STEEL RANGEsine WELL LOOK WELL LAn wax QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES Best In The Worldi Awarded first prize at the St Louis Worlds Pair QEHER SON 217 Market St near Second I ft f3 4 4 BURN RENDER COALfJSPeclanY PreParedtfor family use end for sale onlyby Central Coal Iron CoIIncorporated Yards Brook and Washlnlltol VENUEandI Sotto P1tJOS1e 1tY Hit U H I I I I It I It It H t I ti 44- rmz + t I I I I tl fl WIXDQHAJDlAOJfMff A4KOLE f315 West Green Street u iLlQDOi BRlNi hQURJOIt lgJNTmu1i Hrs 1 iiJriCEl u u It i I C 1 irOKY IMS I IE 1111111 11111111 I I 11 Ii J I III J I J UU U U II U JC1JlACit r STRAUB 101 Ir Ii 1PCTH PHONES 3B3 Vi TRACY SfRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS Crr STREETshortIt t fItJI In J t n nIl tl tJi+ 1I= I1 iI Hifliii HOME PHONE eCMBERL ND1Z3 J J BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 EAST 2VtAIN STREETW- ith the assistance pf my sons I will continue the undertaking business of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT 1 un 4lt 1 3iI d1 H 1 1 I HI HHI 1 H 1 I I 11 H 1 +11 1 IH 1 1 1 I H 11 11 J THOMAS KEENAN Funeral DireGWrEmDaiindr a i lI All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Carriages Furnished for All Occasions Both Phones 3615 1225 W MARKET STREET 11 1 I 1 1 1 1 111 I I aHoI 1 1 1 1 I I II 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 I I IH l t Jot HI I 1 1 l t + +I Gran W Smiths Son0 AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer r Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 81O 1 t 4- a n n n Our DIAMOND Wan Plaster can used even in the coldest weather used according to directions there is preparation equal or even half as g questiondopt j I Kentucky Wall Plaster Gi Incorporated TELEPHONE 2267 ouISYllleAlso P ter Jeflersouville Ind Telephone 55 HI- I PIANOI J BARGAINS Nothing like them in the city I Come in and jetus play for you We are glad to have all Look truer our makes and prices You will also findbere- a splendid line of sewing machines to select from M ji MCCARTHY 1108 WEST MARKET STREET I BIG FOUR THE BEST LINE T- QIndianapolis Peoria Chicago om UJHnnI UI INDIANA and MICHIGAN ChYilind 1 Buffalo Niw Yorkf- s BistN ANi ALL POINTS EAST I fors9tien cheerfully fmraiskad on W14 Mcity Xfcket Ofipe fIJUwtc M9 Fovrth Ave or write Uf PuIIAttJrE ii- U a tttti ttttDANIEL JDOUGHERTY Funeral Director and Embalmer Both Phones 2998 Carriages FurnIshed All Occasions All Calls AnnedPromptl7 Day or Night 1231 Wh Market St Bitf 12th and 13th t KATIE AG1S SMITHS Formerly of Gran W Smiths Sons LADY EMBALMER Washing and dressing ladles and chil dren a specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reasonable prices All calls answered promptly day or night Home ce 652 Fifth Street t JJ60NNOR BUILDER AND CO TRACTOR DEALKX IN LUMBER SASH DOIRt BLINDS LATHS SHINGLES AND ALL KINDS OF LUMBERI 21252127 Twety=sixtkStreetB- OISE PEoNE aaha HENRY A1JjPU1Sr DYERANDCLEAWER Ladlesa WearlngAPJarliWORIUARANTlE8 Phoa e26JII 521 Fiftk Street Old and Rare Whiskiesl a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGEI LOUIS WAINITZ lO PrMM 1 39FI FVHwBtREETy i wtIet LARGEST THE WORLD t 628 and 630 West MarKet Street Louisville E T r rT w trv t ev J HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past Notes At Woonsocket the Ladies Auxiliary held a big initiation on Monday Members of the order in St Louis are soliciting books for the library in their of Covington will initiate a class of fifty on tbe fourth Wednesday of this month State Secretary Hunt reports that New port and Maysville will soon be in shape llast weelf tbe members of Division 3 entertained the members of tbe Ladies Auxiliary Division 18 of Salem Mass has arranged for a fair to be held during the week of November 2026 Division 3 will meet on Monday night Business of importance is to be transacted and a full attendance is dersired Tbe regular meeting of Division 4 will be held on Wednesday night The officers desire a large attendance A branch of the Ladies Auxiliary at Syracuse netted 25 at a euchreand pea nut party given for the benefit of St Cecilias church building fund Twenty candidates were recently inlt ated by the division at Imogene lows State Vice President Thomas Maloney assisted in conferring theHegrtes In Australia the order has an aggregate membership of 54710 and total funds of 752980 His Eminence Cardinal Moran is Chief Honorary Chaplain of tbe order in In Syracuse the debating team of Division 4 has arranged a debate with a team from the Catholic Mens Benevolent Association The question to be decided ar Should Syracuse own and control ts public utilities The Ladles Auxiliaryjmet Wednesday Ight with a fair attendance The reo prt of the committee in charge of the ecent euchre and social was exceedingly avorable and the ladies composing tbe jommittee announced that a similar uchre and social would be given on the venng of Wednesday November 15 At Providence the Hibernian Rifles pened their sixth annual fair on Tours lay evening and will continue every fbureday and Saturday evening until November 30 Many valuable articles vill be disposed of and quite a number- If interesting social features have been planned for the various nights All of be divisions inPiovdence will assist in inaking the affair a success State and county officers and members f the local Ladies Auxiliary have been uvited to attend the presentation of the 10000 endowment fund to Trinity Col lege Washlngtonnext Wednesday alter ernooon TbeJpreieDlation will be made by Mrs Mary A Quinn and Misses Katherine E Sheridan and Anna C Malia members of the National Advisory Board His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons will receive the endowment on behalf of the college THANKSGIVING EUCHRE A grand euchre will be given at Mackin club house 030 Twentysixth street under the auspices of tbe Mackin gymnasium class on Thanksgiving aftercoon and night The games will be called at 2Sfl and 815 oclock Many handsome prix will be awarded the winners of the games and a beautiful gold watch will bfr given the young lady selling the greatest number of tickets Admission beonly twentyfive cents ST MARYS SENTINEL The secqnd number of the twenty fourth volume of St Marys Sentinel a little magazine published by the students of St Marys College is now out In general tbe Sentinel reflects great credit on J M Cooney the editor in chief and his colleague Leaves From the Paby Adrian J Caillouet contains may bits of information of historical interest LOOK FOR HOT RACE It has been definitely decided that Albert F Martiii willI be a candidate for JASpLfL Trinity Council + Y if I The election willtilce place oajtKe first 1 iie Vfe fcavettiet largest Store and the SwellestI StocktoEHou4e FurnIs lnlts In Louisville the 1t ofwhich will be Ivor- h your time t You dont need cash to buy from us PAY WHAT YOU CA J CASH BALANCE TO SUIT YOUR CONVENIENCE BucKs Hot 3 ff- The hater that makes tb same heat as an ordinary heater but consumes but a trifle over half the same amount of fuel 2124 TT- Andyou idont peed to pay cash for one of these n wonderful heaters 2 506 a wleK 4differentCome in and let us explain the hot blast prin- tci I letosou f HOUSEFURNISHERS IN RIIODESBIIRFORD FURNITURE CO K- yimpm r r r nmrs WeekCentral- News headquartersDivision organizationAt AustraliaI will Blast 1850 GaSh 4of SOCIETY DIRECTORY e A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJames Barry o Vice PresidentTimothy J Sullivan Recording SecretaryThomas Kee nan Jr Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank atree- tTreasurerluomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 0 Meets FridayEvenings President Con J Ford Vice PresidentJohn J Sullivan SecretaryJoeLyucbPinancial 1835 Rogers street Treasurer Often Keiran DI VISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month President Patrick J Welsh Vice Presidentpatrick J Welch Recording Secretary John Morris Financial SecretaryPat King 1846 Lytle Stree- tTreaaurerD J Coleman Sentinel Patrick Begley SergeantatArmsJqhp Rljev iij DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second aid fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy LynchRecording Financial Setreta J6eP MdGinn 615West Chestnut V Assistant Dave Rem Treasurer William J Connelly i DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVIIiLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Halt KinneyPresldentRobertGle Vice PresidentMichiletBreeu Recording Secretary J B Murphy Jr Financial1 ecretary Thomas Glenson Treasurer Louis Con ianUnet i t f Is Marshal Peter Madden Doorkeeper Owen McCann Banner CarrierLawrence Fords Y MX MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 630 Twentysixth Street President WilUam Ktrberg SandsRecording MorganFlnaqclal LanabenTreaaurerMarshalJohn Kepney Inside Sentinel John Stewart Outside SentinelPatrick Mullarkey 00SATOLLI COUNCIL 193 Meets Every Monday Evening at Club tb1yePresldrntJohnj JOConnorSecond Vice PresidentrJ J Kava nagh Financial Secretary Will P McDpn ogh1212 Sixth Street Recording Secretary Jos Leniban Corresponding Secretary J Fabey Treasurer James BPgrryr MarshalGeorge S Zorn Inside Sentinel Joseph Kelly Outside Sentinel Saml JBoldrick1 Monday in December Capt Martin has been a hard worker in Trinitys ranks and his friends think bisworYdeserve recognition His oppouent willbe James wsybelookedI WAS A SUCCESS yY j Tbe euchre and dance given by Trinity Council on Halloween night waf well attended Ten beautiful prizes wgre PIe Rented the winners of the varpus games Capt Albert V Martin thanked al who were present and invited them tq attend the next euchre and dance which will fedayCK off AM08tatateabave Com missioners of Insurance whose duty it is to protect the people against irresponsi btaofprobation of every State Insurance De partmentWrite to President Felix Gaudra New AatboayMatreLouts Mo CrmllorlaBoth1 J 0 2 I IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Postmaster Brogan just appointed for Waterfordwas formerly a postal clerk at Portadoton There are now over 3000 hands em ployed in Irish tobacco factories the largest number yet reached The Dublin County Council approved the proposal of the Lucau Tram Com pany to extend its line in the neighbor hood of Ceixiip Tbe position of the Nationalists in North Tyrone constituency is said to have been materially improved by the revision just concluded Thelightinff by electricity of the pic turesque watering place of Bunclana affords another indication of the progress that is being made in Donegal Severall workmen had narrow escapes and serious damage was done by tbe inrush of water by the giving way of the Alexandra graving dock in Belfast har bor A great Cam an parade woes held on DonegalandBishop of Raphpe on the subject of Gae lie games John ODonnell M P in default of giving bail was sent to jail for three mouths for a speech delivered by him at fristilown in reference to the eviction of the Slattery family The new church at Gowan County Cavan was solemnly bltssed and opened for divine worship by the Bishop of Ardagb Very Rev Dr Keane O Pj preached thesermon The Limerick Corporation decided to adjourn the election of City Treasurer and Insert an advertisement stating that candidates should pass an examination in the Irish language Great satisfaction is felt over the suc cess of the tobacco crop planted this year at Randatstown Experts say they had never before seen such a yield in any country leaves attaining dimensions of forty two inches in length by twentytwo in widthJohn McDowell a respectable farmer residing in the townland of Llsuaree near Banbridge complained feeling a pain in bis chest and died about an hour afterward Deceased was about seventy three years orf ages and hud been In failing health for some time past The death has occurred near Knock nogpsbel fiounty Kerry of Thps OCon nor who was extremely popular and always a consistent and practical Irish largestandpartpf Kerry for many years being over two miles long The Dublin County Council upon the notion pf the Chairman unanimously adopted a resqlutipp declaring the opine ion tat the proyision for higher educa tion in Ireland was wholly Inadequate and calling for a measure that would injure to the Irish people a blgber education salted 40 their requirements QlJIflN HOLDS RECORD t AiBbther daughter bf Supreme Trustee Michael Quinnbas just teen initiated In PplambteBrarich of the CathoHcKnigbts of America Brooklyn Mr juinn now has three sons and three daughters the order inaklfag seven meaibers in all ItI is believed that Mr Quinn now holds the record aafar as familvj membership is concerned He has made several Waite to Louisville and has many friends hire LONG TRIP Barney couor Jeffereonvillc left Tuesday on a two months business trip through Eastern Kentucky He willI Visit fifteen of the largest towns in the Incldestallybelocated lot Paris and Ashland 1REDALE HAS RECOVERED I Officer Charles Iredale has resimedhi- epat j atFoBTtti sad Green streets after ant illness pf several ffionts His many httJl rRSN rErH rt RI WIN fir Pt tNCOLWO aATE Brewers andBottlers ILOUISVILLE KY PABST BEER IALWAYS PORE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hops never permitted to leave the brewery until prpperly aged TELEPHQNE1389 Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sfe DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN Be ACKERMAN m EwIl C01tIPANYINCORPORATED TELEPHONE 4ts2 LOU V LLIC KY Cumb Phone lain 1913 Home Phone ifij WIEDEMANN THE sa BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent Sa- v Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky ASK FOR f IERSFNFTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS M JOHN F OBRTBIvBUT- CHETOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER140014W4 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN Be lagwaiac I WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone aopa LOUISVILLE KT PETER M AND mr 888018 WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Reijalilng and RiMerTlris 295 and 207 WEST QREEfCST eB THOMPSON FLORISi OSe DSiA SPECIALTY FLORAL DESJGHS BB2fetin4Arenuii 261 WJiflirstfnSt Potfc Telephones 1080 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed LOWEST SPECIAL I HOMESEEKERS1 RArESd RYBR rADBTQ OKLAHOMA INDIAN TERRITORY TEfAS AND THE GREAT SOUTHWEST VIA TUS- LHlSTlM MiiricnMft SI twit ItaiHray The Henderson Route In connection with an IIIDelimit IWIIt +one nays In addition to date of a1e- OWN Aitgb1Ewherq i154 is cheep and reo turnsfr0a Formate aad iaformatloo Uqttire ofI jJ Irwin General PrnweBjer Agtnt LouUvtllc IPtM9 Jh g01aMenger Aa eatr s- a Fall and winter styles are how da sale Our prices are within reach oral HEBBMANN BEOS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUOKt Distillers abdWli6le Ie- ri in Finest Brands of Ken tucky WhJakjMMp4dilyl PRiL tIF NELSON BOTTLED IN B0NTJ J Teltpbose 4p48 234 SIxtY WINES UQUORS VAL SALOOi i i VAL LESTER Prep Hot Innch every morning fro oclockwt 44g T er1- gq j x PioneerBottling r FOR 1- ry WHI 10 JUG AT D0- 0LP1111l1- TuT DAOA tut 4 tr C NTITOSY IIZiEiT3 MERIOANiu THE BIG STORESks1 Suits andIOvercoats I At s001 750 1012 15 20 and 25 Are the talk of the town Be in the swim and get your outfit at The Big Store ysYMMMI MMMh ff THE BIG STORE 42410 Market Fourthand St 434 g MILTON M MARBLESTONE A CO v THE HOUSETH AT PLATT BUILTI Everything Uptodate in 1 MENS FURNISHINGSSh- irts to Order and Wedding Outfits Our Specialties N SID PLFourth rind Main JOHN II COX8MAN President DICK S1IANIEY Secretary IwvM A Feast of Piano Bargains Awaits You During Our Big Remodeling Sale Never in the history of Louisville or the South has there been such an oppor unity presented to Piano buyers and it may be years before another one will be to take advantage of this lUg Piano Sale and remember everY Piano is tagged andI marked in plain figures and there is a cut from 7600 to 10000 on each and every one Come in and look around you will see that what we say is an actual fact STOCK WILL HAVE TO BE DISPOSED OF In order to give the contractors room to begin their work Dont wait a minute no sot even a second but come and get a Piano at prices that will save you Iron 7500 to 10000 Can you afford to miss such an opportunity No of course not MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO- o B3 38O FOURTH AVENUE L se Sf68 te ss TUB Giias fig Rogers BOOK 60 Xf PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE k 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 df3t ZV JeffearsorL street tr r r 11 1 1 I I I I I I It I I I I 1 +1 + IlI1 I I11 I d11I1I1- v I I I I t STRAIGHT CREEK COAL Pleases the Hard to Please SCANLON =JONES COAL CO Incorporated Yards9th and Kentucky 7th and Magnolia- 1st and P Sts Frankfort Ave and L N RR r J30TH PIIOr4 I OCX r 111 I II 1 1 I 1 1 N I I I I I I IHoI tH I H 11 10101 I 101 I I II I I IH I nolI I I 11 I I I 111 I 1 I HIH t UNION ICE CREAM CO- If r you want a nice dessert for your dinner r telephone us your order Finest Vanilla Cream per gal COc All kinds of Sherbet per gal 6Oc to 75cto76c Peach Strawberry Chocolate 75c Charlotte Ripse per bowl 25c 35 to85c 50c Brick Cream four flavors per gal Milk Butter and Sweet Cream a JiOO Specialty UNION ICE CREAM CO 627633 EIGHTH STREET Special attention to shipping orders Home phone 2144 Comb main 389 1 v t I I I I 11 1 IInH I I IN I I I to+ IHHIIIII I I I i fl I i 1 1 H TRY THIS FLOUR VE fK ywrf Hay Geri and Oats Itth eyes 19 LL INQER COMPANY14th lI aztne ate BraaCe2 Bilbett Company OInD otr 2 Ptllttr ers 1m KtprotHtatim of Ibee 1Jaotvtwilier for ty+ S4 9k l lbbw etc J fir Ml t a None Better- S PREMIUMI TICKETS fkoRMS Kdituclry tstwriter EAw- tesm BlaMk Book and Piper+ Box miltMJktMrtrs gbtra Breen ts zoutl tie 1t I r r1845JI BAtoN SONS 11 330338 WEST MARKET STih i u STYLE m VALUE IN THESE 1 TAILOREDLADIES COATS MISS13iS 1i i UO QQ Ladles 40inch Castor Cloth Coats made in WwiwO the new Empire and rimedptuckedback shawl collar inlaid velvet sleeves turnback cuffs bOdy and sleeves satin 1lfoed- I QQ Ladles 40 inch Coats doublebreasted style 3 JtUO double plaited back made of aU wool over trimmedwithSECOND FLOOR 1 Childrens Coats item we quote in Cloaks for is of special worth sizes from IIEvery years Cloth Coat long loose fitting style 4 U oO belted tlIcklttltnmed with gilt buttons mate rial is wool Cloth I nr QO Cheviot Cloth Coatt heavy quality Cheviot tpuiuO in blue or brown front and back plaited full sleeves gilt buttons 00 LadiesSuiIs workmanship andi iloildull Presentsand to all kinds are We have and from you can select some now make small deposit we hold until Thanksgiving or for you and at prices purchasers BRUNN JEWERY HOUSE JMARKE STREET SERVICES Marked Celebration of the Feasts of All Saints and All Souls TWednesday All Saints day and Thurs dav All Souls day were fittingly cele brated by devout Catholics As is the Catholic cemeteries were crowded ot Thursday by friends of the buried deal who decorated the graves and offered prayers for the souls of the faithful departed Tomorrow afternoon special services will be held at St Michael the services at all the churches were elaborate on All Saints day prob ably the most solemn ceremonies were held at St Bonifaces church in the evening When the bells tolled the ves per hour the church was one magnificent blaze of light Weiss beautiful vespers were sung by a splen did choir The music was entranclnglj beautiful Suddenly a change came The myriads of lights were extinguished Black draperies took the place of the white altar decorations a draped in black was placed in the main aisle in front of the sanctuary and the Franciscan priests and brothers began the solemn vespers of the dead It wee a transition from gay to gravefrom the joyous tones of the to the wailing of the It reminded the faithful that while they sang the praises of the in heaven they must not forget the poor souls in purgatory TRINITY COUNCIL Arc Working Hard to Bring the Away Up r President Eugene Cooney presided over a well attended meeting of Trinity Coun cil Y M I on Monday night Nine applications for membership were received Messrs Will Gut Henry Bosse Jr Joseph Rush and C Pobl were reported on the sick list John Cunniff Chairman of the committee for the forthcoming minstrel performance reported progress and a great show Various other made splendid reports The rival membership teams were shown to be particularly active and the hall is with reading Make It 500 Trinity now has a membership of nearly 400 and the officers feel that they will make it 500 before January 1 NEW ALBANY EUCHRE The New Albany of the Cath olic Knights and Ladle of America will give a euchre at Holy Trinity lull next Friday afternoon btThe pnbljc are cordially invited The com mittee having the affair in charge prom ise a good time to llwhoattead Handsome prizes will be awarded the successful winners WELL DONE The euchre given last week by Mackia Council In Idofa worthy charity was a decided social and financial success were awarded the contestants Thehall was thronged both afternoon and night and the affair reflects great credit upon both the committee end council r mj no Misses adInch Coats made up in the nobby H OiuO tourist style the material is light gray ground with a dash of black hue making it very effective coat has belt on the back IO QO Ladies 45inch Coats made with new plaid U I ZiUO back effect doublebreasted style box plait extends from yoke full length of coat in back and gives smart swaggish effect body satin lined SECOND Here are that represent the cream of fashion and finest at the lowest prices d i coat plaited flounce skirt Fine Broadcloth Suits in green plum blue 4 2498 brown and black close fittin coat or strapped and velvettrimmed or cliquenew skirt 8 00 OO Newest most up date goods of arriving daily a large selected stock which thing a and will Christmas Diamonds Watches Jewelry Novelties that are within the reachof all 3o f r usual beautiful catafalque Magnificat Miserere saints Members B arranging promised committees placarded bills assured Branch andnl Thirtythree handsome prizes blouse I Give your boys IthemI ST XAVIERS COLLEQE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the Xaverian Brother Classical Scientific and usiness COUl8Cs Preparatory De partraent Iarge Swimming Pool Well Equipped Gymnasium Terns Moderate Bro James Dir- OFPI8 TOi6Ug3 SUNDAYS 9T012 DONT YOU WANT YOUR TEETH FIXED By men of experience at the most reasonable price DR H J COUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH AVENUE oppJao C Lewis Co KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Lonisvllle initiates December 10 On Sunday November 19 a new council will be instituted at Cairo 111 A class of fifty candidates was initiated by the council at Kenosha WIs on SundayMore than 25000 has been subscribed for a permanent home for the order at St Louis Both councils in Milwaukee will in itiate classes during the latter part of this month Archbishop Ireland has been invited to address the council at Marinette Wis ou Washingtons birthday The Knights of Columbus Choral Club sang the mass at the dedication of the new Church of the Nativity at St Louis last Sunday A new council1 will be to morrow at Jefferson City Mo Many of the St Louis Knights will attend the formal opening of the new council Memphis Council has postponed its initiation from November 5 to 19 owing to the fact that the members of the degree team are to officiate at an initiation at Chattanooga tomorrow Nashville Louisville Atlanta Chattanooga New Orleans and other titles will assist in the initiation BUSINESS VENTURES Andrew Foerg who removed to Brook lyn several years ago has returned to Louisville and will engage in business here Mr Foerg has many friends here auds bonnd to succeed in auy venture he undertakes John Goodwin who is well and favor ably known to all Louisville newspapermen has opened a grocery and cafe atIThirteenth and Grayson streets He will be pleased to greet all his old friends whenever they chose to callIGus J Harms popular iu the West End has opened a saloon at Twenty sixth and Magaalne streets Hs wide doubtless assist him in building large and lucrative trade I Four Telephones agpns arid Horsesthis manaCuaeaden p vers- aIoeCreemII quick I- Mall Orders Promptly Flllid AND 1J FOR AND FLOOR values carefully EST SOLEMN cemeteryWhile Membership possible organized ucqwaintancewin tWalya SPHERE OF DUTY Defined by Archbishop Healy Who Eschews Politics- In the Pulpit As to clerical dictation inpolitir Archbishop Healy one of the most prominent divines in the hierarchy eof Irelandrecently preached in the parish church at Balllnrobe In part the Arcl bishop said IIIt is essential that a preacher in the pulpit of the Lord should have his mls lion from the church of God to speak iin the name and with the authority of Got and when he has his mission in that way his voice is verily the word and the voice of God Such is the preacher in the pulA pit with divine authority to teach tbe people the law of the Iord If at anytime as sometimes happens preachy duly accredited goes outside his com mission and undertakes to expound to the people as with authority things the do not belong to his duty as preachy the people are not bound to listen to hit or to obey him when he speaks on temporal things and discusses politics but they can follow him so far in thes things as they think his advice wise and prudent coming from an experience man and a man in whom they have con fidence When be goes outside the law of the Lord he is no longer a preachei with authority to preach and if he be ia wise man speaking from the pulpit he will always confine himself as much as possible to the strict sphere of his duty or to things closely and intimately connected therewith Of course it is not expected that non Catholic ministers in America will all agree with the distinguished Irish Catho lie divine TRINITY LEAGUE Capt Martins Bowling Team Has Spread to Grand- Proportions Capt Albert F Martin has enlarged the Trinity Council bowling team to a league of four clubs and the new league has secured the Grote alleys for every Fri day night during the season The various teams composing the new league are made tip as follows Schalk Captain Schneider Reillng Flynn and H A Veeueman Garrity Captain Zirnheldt Hill Det hen and A H Veeneman Cnnnlff Weikel FranteJohn Captain rI Visaing and Kempf Martin Captain Strenbel Bell Dick nan and H Kirchdorfer The first coptests were held at Grates sat nightWHERE PREACHER FAILED I This story is vouched for by several ellable residents of St Matthews A ew weeks ago a colored revival was held at that thriving little suburban town and an old negro employed by Bluer Brothers the leading storekeepers at that place attended The preacher took his ext from the gospel of St Matthew After it wasall over come one asked the oid colored servant bow he liked the seri moo MIt wuz a powerful fine sermon I eckon he said I heard himisay omethinabout St Matthews but he ever said a aura word about Bauer Btethers 1 J S- 0 J f t jGREATSALE 1IRONBI3DS GREENES Being the Largest Handlers of Iron Beds in Louisville We show the best 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