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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r1T 1 t q r t r jlOOIJtIf KENTUCKY AMuRIcAN VOLUME XVNO 19 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 11 1905 PRICE FIVE CENTS IDEMOCRATIC I JLouisvllIo and Jefferson County iJothinecB Wore Well and Ably Chosen lPaui C Bartb Was Elected as Citys Chief Executive Officer BlllV Semonin Loft His Fuslon 1st Opponent at the Post SOMBTHINGilB01JT TflE TSBR RACES The election In LOt11ntne sail Jeffer Son county on Tuesday was marked by some disorder but no serious disturbance marked the event As was expected the Democratic nominees were victorious The daily newspapers lined up on opooslte sides and made confusion worse confounded by dealing in language that was reprehensible vituperative and occa sionally positively indecent Men were incited to bear arms in order to assert their rights Fortunately the people were thantthelrt who bad all to gain and nothing to lose let their pens act before their brains if they have any worked But Louisville is a god old town and her people are kindly The great majority declined to be led by editorial bellwethers The citizens voted for their firesides and their homes They elected capable honest intelligent gentlemen to preside over the affairs of city and county Paul C Bartb the Democratic nomi nee was elected Mayor over his Fusion 1st opponent Joseph T ONeal by a majority of something over 5000 The exact figures can not be given in any of the races until the official count is made While the maiu interest centered in the Mayoralty contest there were many who were interested in the other races 33 T Schmitt won a decisive victory over his Fusionlst opponent Capt H N Gifford in the race for City Treasurer Lyne G Herndon was elected City Auditor by a handsome majority and Thomas A Shelley was made the choice of the people for Tax Receiver during the next four years Judge John Mc Cann too was paid a splendid tribute for his long and faithful service as a pub lic official by his election for another term over such a cultured gentleman as Wheeler McGee Prosecuting Attorney Robert J Hagan made such a record during his first term that he was honored with reelection and Billy Bosler the man with the original smile tliat wont come off gets a third term as Bailiff of the Police Court Alfred V Qldham won handsomely in the race for reelection as Clerk of the Police Court Despite the work of ingrates Charles A Wilson was elected County Judge four years hence Mr Wilson will pave made a record that only law breakers can attack William J Setponin the Democratic nominee for County perk left his Fu ion1st opponent at thp post while Robert W Blngbam succeeds him self as County Attorney Henry A Bell the old war gorse of the Democratic party not only helped to pilot the Democratic bark to victory but sailed into port as Sheriff of Jefferson county a position that he helijt before andwhich he filled with credit 89 well t had Mrs Rosa Stonestreet demonstrated her ability as Superintendent of County Schools that the people gave her an in anpthertermrace for i jection and came under the wire a wilner by several lengths Dr Harris Kelly was reelected Coroner and Robert Young succeeds himself as County Surveyor Squire Adams blossoms forth as County Assessor and will make a good one Messrs Castleman Seelbach and Layer the Democratic nominees were elected Park Commissioners wbilej the motion to amend the constitution by changing from the secret to the yive voce system of voting was defeated All the Democratic Aldermen and Councilmen were elected and almost as soon as the result was known the friends of Alderman Charles F Taylor began to boom him for Chairman of the board Mr Taylor has the knowledge the ex perience the courage and the integrity to fill the office The Democratic party might go farther and fare worse id its efforts to secure a man to preside over its legislative affairs In the State Senatorial races H S McNutt was elected over his Fusionist opponent to represent the Thirtysixth district Mr McNutts majority Is not large but In view of the fact that be was so bitterly fought he was lucky to win at all Albert H Charltonwas reelected from the Tbirtyeight district by a safe majorityOne the closest races in the city was Between Emmet Slattery and Lee Bern helm for Representative from the Forty eighth district composed of the Sixth and Seventh wards Mr Slattery the Democratic nominee appears to be the winner by a small but safe majority Mr Slattery is a young man and an able lawyer His opponent Mr Bcrnhela is also young and is prominent in Main U street circles They were candidates in a section kriowato be aristocratic and It isa credit to MrASlatUry to have beep- lasted5 sF tlie voters ofhls district t o 1 n The Democratic nominees in all the other races for Representatives were elected by safe majorities Every Demo cratic nominee for Magistrate and Con stable in the city and county was elected ETERNAL LIFE Is Now the Portion of Captain Michael P Barry Simple pet solemn were the last rites Aver the mortal remains of Capt Michael P Barry last Saturday morning He died as he had lived a good Cath olic and when the body that once held his soul was brought to St Louis Ber trands church the stately edifice was filled with friends who knew him in life Some of them were politicians who had befriended him and had been by him in turn befriended others had been his associates on the police force Some there were who worked with him as mechanics thirty years ago others came because they knew he had faithfully guarded their property And among the throng that came to do honor to his remains were quite a number of widows of former policemen To them Mike Barry had been a friend in time of trouble and distress To them he was not Capt Barry nor Mr Barry but plain Irish Mike They loved him for the good he had done because he was a true friend in time of nerd or trouble He had felt and knew the pulse of human nature and had ever carried out the in junctionTo thlae ownself be true And then It follows as the night the day Thou canst not then be false to any man The Rev Father Kernan O P cel ebrated the solemn mass of requiem gave a final blessing to the remains of the deceased and preached the funeral sermon A fitting one it was Capt Barry needed no eulogy Father Kernan preached to the living not to the dead He told those assembled that they had come to witness the last rites of the church to one of her children The cer emonles there performed consigned the body to the grave but reminded those still living that they were tending in the same direction Nothing is more cer tain nor uncertain said the reverend speaker We all know that we have to die but we do not know the day nor the hour It was a parody said Father Ker nau for a man to profess Catholicity and yet to live contrary to the laws of God and the church The soul of your dead friend he said is in the hands of God who is to judge him and to judge all of us He was placed here lIke me and you to prove and improve ourselves Pray that you will not be found wanting when your time comes and in your prayers do not forget to pray for the soul of this your de parted friend Many friends followed the remains to their last resting place in St Louis cem etery The pall bearers were William Chawk Steve Keeley Dennis Meagher Nicholas Carey Patrick Kenealey and William M Higgins WELL ATTENDED I f Was Celebration of Anniver sary of St Johns Con ference 9 ifSt Johns conferencefiof te St V latStat 4 oclock last Sunday afternoon Ed 4nTerence orSacrrdHeartof St Charles Borromeo conference made brief congratulatory addresses to the members of St Johns The Very Rev Father Louis J Deppen who has for years taken an active interest in the St Vincent de Paul Society also made a splendid address on the good work of the order in general and of St Johns con ference in partfcular The Very Rev Father Lawrence Bax who has been Spiritual Director of St Johns conference since its organization also mad an address giving reminiscences of days long since past Dr J C Metcalfe who was the first President of the conference sent a letter expressing his regret that be was not physically able to be present at the meeting Dr Metcalfe has lived at Lagrange during the past two or three years but still retains his membership in the conference at St Johns It was expected that John Murray and Thomas Hill two of the oldest members would have something to say but though they were both present neither addressed the assemblageWithin few weeks the Altar Society of St Johns congregation will celebrate its fiftieth anniversary LOYAL TO MCLARTY The stockholders of the First National Bank are to be congratulated in keeping Clint C McClarty at the head of that institution Jt was the first national bank organized south of the Ohio river and since Mr McClarty has been connected with the bank in 1894 the deposits have steadily increased from a few hundred thousand dollars to 3250000 The stockholders remained loyal to Mr Mc Clarty when the Lewman forces under took to wrest the control of the bank from trim The bankla now well officered eltapetAnapclallqthanks A t0j I j J t- l KERRY Has Given Her Share of Martyrs in the Cause of Catholic Faith I Many Priests Gave Up Their Lifes Blood in Its Defense Death Had No Terrors For Those Sturdy sons of Ireland MEN OF SAME BLOOD ARE HERE Some years ago during a smallpox plague in Ireland a man ignorant as the world goes but ofa great and abiding faith lay dying in a pest house Rela tives and friends who were recovering from tbe dread disease stood around and lamented that if he died his body could not be buried in consecrated ground Dig deepl Dig deep said the dying man There is not a foot of ground in all Ireland that has not been consecrated by the blood of martyrs If this poor fellow was ignorant about worldly matters he was thoroughly con versant with Irish history There is not a county in Ireland that has not had its martyrs though all of them have not been canonized The County Kerry cer tainly had its share of men who gave their lives for the faith that was in them and not a few of them were priests Franciscans and Dominicans A writer in the Hibernian an esteemed coutem porary published in Boston says II Among the poor Or on the moor Where hide the pious and the trueWhile traitor knave And recreant slave Had riches rank and retinue So sang the Protestant wrjter Thomas Davis in describing the condition to which the penal laws had reduced the people of Ireland Indignity poverty suffersing aud persecution were the lot of the unfortunate Irish Catholic Plun dered homeless outlawed trampled on his very existence was a crime while the enemies of the ancient faith and supporters of the brand new religion of the sixteenth century were liberally en dowedwith the confiscated possessions of the native population The clergy were hunted down like wolves with prices on their heads and many were slaughtered while in the very act of offering up the glorious sacrifice of tbe mass In Kerry the persecution to which the priests and people were subjected during the long dark night of the penal code was no less merciless than in other portions of the country as the instances of martyrdom we give will help to show Daniel Hinrechan Philip OShea and Maurice OScanlan O S F were natives of Kerry They were priests and for more than thirty years had preached throughout different parts of Ireland When the rest of the brethren beard that the Puritans were homing to seize them says Bruodin they could not accompany them owing to old age and loss of sight The youngest of them was over seventy years of age They took refuge in the church of their monastery In the town of LisIaugWln 11e inany1 longford They were seized atid dragged before the high altar and there beaten with sticks and run through with the sword The date of their death is April 6 1580 Laurence OMoore was descended from a very ancient and respectable family in Ireland says Bruodln He was a priest remarkable for holiness of life as Sander testifies When the Spanish Gen San Jose surrendered the castle of Smerwick in the western part of County Kerry to Lord Grey who was then deputy the conditions were that the garrison should be allowed to march out with their arms ammunition and other property But the Puritans did not think themselves bound either by their oath or by the laws that are held sacred even by bar barious nations The Spaniards nine hundred in number were made to give up their arms and all but ten and the cowardly commander either cast into the sea or slain in cold blood OMoore and two Irishmen of noble birth Oliver Plunkett and William Walsh were taken there also These the Deputy required to be handed over to him He strove to induce them to abjure the Catholic faith and to embrace Profestantism and when they refused and said that with Gods grace they profess a blacksmiths forte and had their limbs broken to pieces with a hammer This butchery lasted for twentyfour hours During all that time these noble men displayed extraordinary courage having been strengthened with the sacraments which they had received from Father Laurence All three expired almost at the same moment their last words being Into Thy hands 0 Lord I commend my splritJhey were put to death Augusts 1580 The State papers confirm fully the above narrative This day was execut ed an Englishman who served Dr San ders one Plunkett and an Irish priest Their arms and legs were broken and hanged upon a gallows upon the wall of the fort Cornelius OBrien Lord of Carrick and Father Ward were hanged from the Q r yardarms of a strip near the mouth of the Shannon in 1542 because they would not renounce their faith Francis OSulli van O S P a m tuber of the family of the former princ of Beare and Bantry and lector jubilates in his order was shot to death Ina cavern in 1651 A year later Lord John OConnor chief of his family in Kerry was hanged by Cromwell would not give up the faith becausJchej Gerald O P a Dominican famed for his learning was slain by the priest hunters in the village of Listowel in 1691 In 165ll Cornelius McCarthy was put to death because he was a priest and would not abjure the faith Tadlig Moriarity O paI another Dominican prior of the conve t at Tralee was slain in 1641 because he was a defender of the- faith From the I top of the ladder he exhorted the faithful to be patient and to hold fast to the faith Having recited Into Thy Hands O Lord I commend my spirit he met a glorious death the Cromwellians being struck with admira tion and saying If eyer a priest was a onejTheJ passed away not however without I leaving their mark on the national charac er They have failed in their fiendish c eslgn and Ireland is todayas true to he church as at any period in our count ys history Through all the orb no land more true Than our own old Catholic land Through ages of flood to the Rock she STrue stand Here in Louisville we have Hanrahans Scanlans McCarthys Moores Walshs Moriaritys In their veins flow SUhlvanSlt blood that flowed in the veins old defenders of the faith It is upon them and their de scendants that America must deoend for the maintenance spiritual and temporal welfare Orherf RECENT DEATHS Louisville lost one of her loveliest la dies Wednesday morning when Mrs Katherine Higgins died at her home at Fortysecond and Chestnut streets after an illness of less than one week The deceased is survived by her husband J M Higgins and four children The sons are Robert Higgins of the Evening Post and Charles L Higgins of Terre Hante Her daughters are Mrs Ernest Edwards and Mrs Dan Hodges both of Louisville The funeral took place from the residence Thursday afternoon The deceased lady was fiftyeight years old and had spent the greater part of her life in Louisville Her grief stricken husband and childrsihavMecelved many expressions of sympathy over herdemise The cold hand of death was laid on Mrs Anna Barbara Knobel a most ex cellent lady last Saturday afternoou She had suffered long from Brigbts dis ease and died at the family residence 1220 Sixth street Her husband Frank Knobel general manager of the Mul doon Monument Company and two daughters Mrs Louise Caughthain of Jacksonville Ore and Miss Lillian Knobel survive her Mrs Knobel was sixtyfive years old and had spent the greater part of her life in Louisville She bad been ill several years but bore her sufferings with heroic Christian fortitude The many friends of the family sympa thize with Mr Knobel and his daughters in their grief The funeral of Miss Susie Finn who died at the family residence 2425 Griffiths avenue early Saturday morn ing took plate from St Cecilias church on Monday mormjigr end was largely attended by relatives and friends The deceasedwas the daughter of MrsCathi erine and the late Patrick Finn Miss Finn was seventeen years old and just budding into womanhood Her death is regretted by a large circle of friends Many sorrowing friends accompanied the remains of William Francis Heffren to St Aloysius church where the last rites were solemnized on Sunday after noon The deceased was twenty years old and had suffered from tuberculosis He is survived by his mother Mrs Catherine Heffren of 1419 Payne street who has the sympathy of many friends in her bereavement Lillie Mae Koertner the interesting twoyearold daughter of Dr and Mrs Albert J Koertner died at the family residence 2227 West Main street Mon day afternoon Funeral services were held at St Anthonys church on Wednesday morning The griefstricken parents have received many expressions of con dolence over their bereavement William A Keboe the beloved son of Mr and Mrs William Kehoe died at the family residence 804 East Walnut street on Wednesday The little fellow was only four years old and his death was the occasion of great grief to the parents The funeral took place Friday afternoon Charles Ricketts Sr a respected citizen of the Wedt End died early Mon day morning at his home 1519 Fifteenth street The funeral took place from the Sacred Heart church on Wednesday morning FATHER HIGQINS COMINO The Rev John J Higgins of Skaneat eles N V is expected to arrive in Lou isville soon to pay a visit to his brother William M Higgins editor of the Ken tucky Irish American FathetHlggins has paid several visits to Louisville and made many friends who will be glad to rennw their acquaintance on his ap preaching vlslh r 1 s Patronize jut advertisers Il 4 L HARMONYP- revailed at St Johns Social Session Catholic Knightsl of America Able Addresses Made by Stanch and Tried Members of the Order Uniform Rank Eulogized as a Means of Increasing Membership SPEAKERS AND WHAT THEY SAID Members of the Catholic Knights of America from all over the city enjoyed a regular love feast at the social season of St Johns branch at Clay and Walnut streets last Monday night The meet- Ing not only brought together many of the oldest members of the order but it assembled many of those who had held widely divergent views In the speeches made during the evening all expressed loyalty to the great body to which they belong The meeting is bound to bring about beneficial results William T Meehan called the meeting to order but retired a few minutes later in favor of President F L De Leuil who had been delayed Secretary Albert F Martin read a letter from Supreme President Gaudin that was full of inter est to all pressut and was received with applause President Gaudin expressed the opinion that all the branches in the United States could be increaed and many new branches organized if the members would lend their aid The let terclosedwith an appeal to the members to aid in the work ot organization William T Meehan reported that he had visited the Central Committee and expressed his pleasure on the manner in which that body received him He urged all to attend the next meeting of that body so that they might see what the committee was doing President Newton G Rogers of the Central Committee said he had none but pleasant recollections of Branch 25 in the old days when he was Supreme Secretary He complimented the officers and members on their splendid attend ance In speaking of the Central Corn mittee President Rogers said it was a clearing house for the local branches of the Catholic Knights of America and asked Branch 25 to send a good delega tion to his committee at the meeting to be held Friday night He dwelt at con siderable length on the State laws regu lating fraternal insurance orders and told how the Knights had to fight against unjust legislation Among others who made brief ad dresses were Patrick Holley Col Michael Reichert Joseph P McGinn Henry Bosquet Harry Veeneman and William M Higgins ExSupreme Trustee Mc Ginn said he was pleased to be with the branch and realize the good will and new life that was manifest and the ap parent desire to build up the order until it numbered a hundred thousand He Urged Branch 25 to again send delegates to the Central Committee a body that was organized in St Johns Hall Col Michael Reichert who hits repre sented the order in State and national councils was called upon to tell how his l I proportionsfI l l toward organizing thVuniformrank jq his response he said that the Catholic Knights of America was the grandest fraternalsociety in the United States and the ill feeling that existed one year ago had entirely disappeared All mem bers he said are now paying their actual insurance and years hence when the last member dies his insurance will await the beneficiaries Col Reichert said he thought the uniform rank would enthuse the young men and that the first company organized would be followed by many others He gave a synopsis of what took place at the recent meeting in Chicago and the impression the rank made upon him A company was now being formed here he said and would be soon fully equipped He said that many of those who left the o d several years ago were now regretting their action Col Reichert in conclusion said he hoped for a phenomenal boom in the order within the next few years when all Catholic young men would become members Patrick Holley said he felt especially gratified to see such a large attendance He was always delighted to speak and work for the order He made a strong plea for confidence and unity after which there would be no personal enmities be tween the members Mr Holley stated that he had been Secretary of his branch for twentyseven years and that be had always felt that the Supreme Council was wise and praised the Kentucky dole gates for their good work During the crisis one year ago Branch 21 only lost four members Now that the trouble was passed new applications were corn tug in Henry Bosquet of Branch 45 said he was proud to represent a congregation St Marys that had organized the first company of cadets whose members he predicted would eventually becomeCatis- olic Knights of America He said he wouldencour8gethe forms He also said It woufd advance them in many ways and would provide them with legitimate amusement He read a personal letter from Supreme President Gaudin and paid him a high complimentHarry former State President and founder of the Central Commit tee said he felt at home with Branch 25 where he was well taught the principles of the order St Michael branch he stated bad not lost a man on account of rerating He recounted the work of the Central Committee during the past five years St Johns branch bad a good field he said and should continue to grow He thought it would be a good idea for the pastors to attend the meet ings of their respective branches He offered his services to the various branches to help in whatever capacity he might be called upon William M Higgins editor of the Kentucky Irish American was called upon and talked to those assembled on the business methods to be pursued B J Mann arose in response to many calls and stated that he had always had confidence in the order and wanted all to follow his example in sticking to it He moved that delegates be sent to the Central Committee The motion was carried amid great applause To Mr Mann in a great measure belongs the credit for Branch 25 holding up its end in the crisis through which the order passed during the past year William T Meehan expresses himself as jubilant over the meeting and made an interesting comparison between the Knights and other fraternal insurance societies In so doing he brought out some startling facts and made a strong plea for the introduction of the new ritual and the uniform rank He wanted everything possible done to add interest to the meetings He said every member should have a pride in these matters and that the respective branches should not be picayunish in providing amusement that would please young and old Before adjourning the following dele gates were chosen to the Central Com mittee President F R DeLeuil Charles Desse William T Meehau William Stnckenborg and Albert F Martin During the evening the several speakers paid their respects to the Keutucky Irish American for the stand it bad taken in favor of the order during the crisis through which it had passed CHRISTIAN BROTHERS Invested With Hqblt During Interesting Religious Ceremonies Before a large and distinguished audi ence of Christian Brothers representing many States seventeen young men of two terms probation as candidates of the order were invested with tbe religious habit of the order at the novitiate Am mendale Md The ceremonies which were most beautiful and inspiring were opened in the chapel of the institution and continued in the lecture hall of the senior novitiate in the presence of the members of the various departments of the normal institute The speaker on the occasion was the Rev Brother Irnier provincial of the order iu the United StatesTaking as an illustration for his discourse the example of St Bernard who with his five brothers entered religion leaving the youngest to remain with the paternalestate in the world the reverend speaker eulogized in an eloquent manner the noble generosity of those who not withstanding the prospects of a bright worldly career forego all to consecrate their lives to the service of God The incorporation of the following scriptural texts in the address made it most ef atltief4housemother or lands for My nainee salfe shall receive a hundred fold and shall possess life everlasting For what doth it profit a man if he gain the whole world and suffer the loss of his soul Eye hath not seen nor ear heard neither hath it entered into the heart of man what things God hath prepared for them that love Him At the con clusion of the address the ceremony of investment took place and the candidates received their religious names by which they will be known as Christian Brothers to GETTING READY Members of Division 3 Are Urged to Attend Cer tarn Functions Division 3 A O H had a fairly well attended and interesting meeting Mon day night President Patrick Welsh presided Patrick King tendered his resignation as Financial Secretary on the ground that it interfered with his business affairs Daniel J Don berty was appointed toful the unexpired term Secretary J F Morris was instructed to notify all the members of the Impending nomination and election of officers and to request their attendance on those occasion The nominations will be made on November 20 and the election will be held on the evening of December 4 MACKIN COUNCIL CLUB Mackin Social Club will give another of its popular dances on Monday evening Members of all the councils in the Falls Cities are invited to attend The mem hers of this club have also arrangedto give a special dance on the evening of I Wedneiday November 29 Thanksgiving eve PENNIES Of the Poor Raise Churche Oftener Than Dollars of the Rich An Instance of Where the Wid ows Mite Played a PartrThe Manner in Which You Give Is the Thing That Counts A LITTLE OLD OHIO LADYS GIFT At Akron Ohio recently Bishop Horat mann consecrated the beautiful new Church of St Bernard erected at a cost of 160000 This edifice says the Cath beingtheland diocese and the second in the conn openingEverything complete The building was begun less than four years ago with only a fourth of the funds on hand The parish is large but not rich and the gifts of out side donors while1 generous have not been many enough to explain the re niarkable accomplishment How was it doneIn theimPosing Cleveland contemporary sat a little old woman in a rusty black gown that bad seen more seasons perhaps than its wearer could count Her gloveless hands were workworn aud hard Her face was seamed with those grim lines that struggle and poverty imprint on those who live with them Her fingers circled a big wooden rosary as the service pro ceeded but her eyes traveled from altar to window from window to the painted s garlands that wreathed the dome No 3 beauty escaped her and when her eager glance rested at last on the tabernacle it was lull of an ineffable content Dome and arches burst into radiance at the tinkle of a bell but their glow wasjhardly brighter than the answering light of her dazzled eyes She smiled at her little granddaughter and the child smiled back with delight and the smile old face wrinkled and toc hj spontaneouslyhad thirtyfive cents knotted in the corner of her handkerchief andjlong bd fore the collection time she painfully 3 untied the knots and got her offering in readiness She and the child watched the process of the collection basket with anxious glances Once the old pastor passed them by just as she had risen and stretched forth her trembling hand to give Her face clouded with disappointment but the little girl reassured her and when finally the basket paused in front of her and she was able to add her treasured coins to the larger store her pleasure was so genuine and infection nHbiggerIt was thus one guesses that St Bernards church was built It is thns everywhereIn poorAndor thirtyfive dollars whether it represents the washwomans best or the bank ers its building power lies less in its size than in the fact that it is so cheerfully and universally giveneAnd it the little old lady and her a cheerfull1i1itel Suggest how the beautiful new temple was built and rpaidforjihjr Ilsohelpduplicated on a thousand faces as if many who were poor in their own homes were made rich by the right to enter and enjol providesformany souls had found here a satisfaction for that hunger for beauty they had not hoped for this side of that city of the jasper walls aqd gates of pearl where r there shall be no need for the light of th lamp or the light of the sum j t HONORS FOR COLUMBUS Members of the Knights of Columbus will be pleased to know that Cardinal Ricbelmy Archbishop of Turin has ac cepted the Presidency of an international ItalyforI Colnmbusof a magnificent monument in the Vati can to the great discoverer of America At the same time steps are being taken to recall to life the movement for his canon ization J It is not generally known that at t Vatican Council thirtysix years agd shop8BIshopsr Pope Plus IX to admit the laeugiira of the necessary steps to this end in th Congregation of Rites and even after 9ftheHoly See about the matter TRIP FOR TIERNEY John Tlerney of the Iplernsti Tobacco Workers Union has Pittabnrg where lie will repress villa as a delegate to the anna of the American Federation which opens Uuiday v1 r- l 1 mNTUCKY YIu AM RbAN KEHTtlGKY IRISH flMERIGfN 7oetsA to the Mini end Social 1MMINMIIINNNIIMIIM1 Advancement of alll Irlsk America F KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PUNTING CO PUBLISH ER3 INSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Entered at the LottUvtllo Postofflce as SecondClass Matter dell ell1I C Ima Iallod to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West OrccD Sired LOUISVILLE Ky SATURDAY NOVEMBER II 19051 CONGRATULATIONS Congratulations but no advice the Kentucky Irish American offer the newly elected Democratic offi cials Many editors feel it an inherent duty to tell a new Mayor and his colleagues what they ought to do in administering public affairs The men who won the victory at the polls in the city of Loulsvilli and county of Jefferson last Tuesday are clear Leaded and well bal anced The Democratic nominee know that they have been elected to perform certain duties and it iis the belief of the Kentucky Irish American that the officers elec will do whatever is for the best interests of the city and State Mr Barth has proven his ability as ia z business man Having unbounde faith in his integrity and ability we believe that he will give the city a progressive and just admin istration This is his home Hi was born raised educated and received hard knocks in his early business career in Louisville Here he married A Louisville girl was the wife of his bosom It was in this city that her remains were Juried in hallowed ground It is here that Paul Barth is raising am educating his three sons Keeping all these things in view can anyone believe that Mr Barth wil prove recreant to the trust reposed in him We thinknot FOR HOME INDUSTRIES ntrite a good deal has been pub rithkuthe past few weeks iin our dai y papers in reference to keeping all our money at home iif possiblein other words to patron ize home industries The Commer cial Club has shown the right spiri when it asks all Louisville people contemplating new buildings to give the preference to Louisvill architects and contractors The money these architects and ron tractors receive will be spent here because they will buy Louisville Material and employ local labor JFhe same idea should prevail all along the line If the merchants manufacturers and citizens will buy their goods at home and employ home labor Louisville will soon be pne of the leading cities of the country No doubt there are many things manufactured here that arc equal if not superior to any in the tountry land yet some of our people send away to buy these articles For instance Louisville mer chants import coffee as pure as any that comes to American shores Local coffee men have the latest improved devices for roasting thisI coffee and they employ local men to handle it Strange to say there ire jobbers and consumers here iio send1to New York Chicago and other places for coffee when they canbUyat Jurer and better article x right here We have only used coffee as an example because we resUteof the facts DoubtldSsj i bother merchants have similar experience in handling different goods Home industries m stbtt patronized if you want a greater Louisville NOt SAXN NONSENSE s a rule theAisociated Press is and unbiased In its reports people who support it demand rhesa but Tike alll human insti tutions it fo fallible As an instance last Friday the Aaioc5ated Press it out ann account of the recep k at Annapolisof the Admiral lace Louts of Battenberg In Bribing the r iufpeciion of then k midshipmen the A tocirl correspondent tell use ree sides of the psrade r ground three and four deep stood British and American officers look fug out across the deep blue water of the Severn river toward thei common home on the boundin main AngloSaxons aUall broth ers of the sea Shade of Jack Barry I Anglo Saxons all I What will Capt Cough lin of Hoch der Kaiser fame say to this AngloSaxon business Are the Kellys Burkes and Shea in the navy AngloSaxons The Associated Press man has evidently overdrawn his account on the bank of his own imagination DOWN TO WORK As had been predicted by the Kentucky Irish American the Democratic nominees for city and county offices were elected on Tues day The campaign was a stren uous one but the victory fell to the party with the best organization It is the duty of every citizen to vote and to vote the way his con science dictates The man who does less does not deserve to vote It was a victory well won and iin our opinion a victory that is for the best interest of every depart ment of the city and county gov ernment While the Kentucky Irish American hastens to congrat ulate Mayorelect Barth and hi3 colleagues it has no words of opprobrium to utter against the opposing nominees of the Fusionlst party From thenomination of the Demo cratic candidates until the close of campaign the Kentucky Irish American has maintained an aggressive but dignified fight for Democratic supremacy Now iit has no regrets no apologies W believe that as Mayor Paul C Barthwill give the city a cleat administration and we further believe that within a year many of those who fought strenuously against the election of the Demo cratic ticket will realize that the best has happened Now let us all get down to business forget poll tics and work for the best interest of our city and State Jfhe reports of Jewish massacres m Russia during the past week have been appalling Russia too pretends to be a Christian country It is time foV the cfvilfeed powers of the world fo put a stop to these wholesalenftiWeft The Russians eVidently forget that our Saviour and His blessed mother Were Jews Sometimes that is forgotten even in America TheJews make good citizens in whatever country they are llocated They take care of thetiiselves add til their property They treat thdir fahiilies Well A Jew seeking fellef ina divorce court is asgfeataranty aVan Irish Cathblic seeking relief from the same source It is a bad omen when you want liberty for yourself but deny it to someone else and particularly whtih he differs from ybufeligtoiisly George Jj Butler the newly elected Alderman brought an elegy meat 6f strength to1 his party that was Very necessary dn electibtfUay Alderman Butler will make his mark 5ja legislator and it need not surprise you if he Is appointed on thevFin nce Committee If he is the citys interests will be care fully guarded The press of the United States effectually squelched Mrs Wart- rens3 Profession This infamous drama lasted only one night Now let the press consider its own short comings and stamp out political blackguardism There is up timei like the present and no place like Louisville to make a beginning SOCIETY Ben J Gerst enjoyed a brief rest tat West Baden this week Miss Ethel Davis is the guest of Mias lone Malone at Middletown Miss Motile McCarthy of 2122 Bank street entertained at euchre yesterda afternonn Mrs Florian Crush entertained at euchre at her home in the Highlands on Wednesday Mrs J C Perkins of Bowling Green is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Frank Carroll Mrs Tulo Buckman of New Haven Ky is undergoing treatment at St Anthonys Hospital Miss Anna McGill of Jeffersonville has gone to visit relatives and fnenda In Texas and Kansas City Miss Georgia Ferrell of New Haven iIII the guest of Mr and Mrs Mitchell Thompson 1627 Vernon avenue Mrs Thomas Martin has returned from Springfield Kywhere she was the guest of Mrs Henry Leachman Mrs John Burke has returned to her home at Lexington after a brief visit to her mother Mrs Rose Guy of Portland Mr and Mrs Jacob B Ohligschlage and children are visiting Mrs Ohllg schlagers parents Mr and Mrs Herman at Augusta Ga Charles Graviss who suffered from a severe attack of pneumonia has fully reo covered and is able to receive the congratulations of his friends Mrs Tony Norton of Pittsburg wil return to her home Saturday having been here to attend the funeral of her aunt Miss Margaret McGee Miss Margaret Burning has gone to Imboden Va to accept a position with the Imboden Coal and Coke Company Her many friends wish her success Mayorelect Paul C Barth left for Wes Baden Springs Wednesdayand spent several days there Mr Barth had beet through a strenuous campaign and need ed the rest Miss Mary Martin and Peter Roberts well known young people of Ploy county Ind were united in matrimony by the Rev Father Hillebrand at St MarysoftheKnobs church on Monday morning Henry J H Koch of New Albany and Miss Theresa C Lilly of Lanesville Ind were united in matrimony at St Marys church Lanesville on Tuesda morning The Rev Father Pechskam officiated Mrs NeUie Hawkins 1718 West Chest nut street and H popular teacher in the Portland public school who has been ill for several weeks is rapidly recovering Her many friends hope to see her out in a short time John E Martin a popular Hibernian who recently underwent an operation at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital iis slowly recovering and his many friend hope to see him out soon It is expected that he will be able to leave the hospita and return to his home 1225 Churchill street next week Charles F Murphy and bride have re turned from their wedding tour and an home to their friends at 3561 Greenwooi avenge The bride was Miss Edna Heste Talbott cf Bardstown The groom iis the junior member of the firm of C1 Murphy Son They were married al- it Jaiep6 Church Bardstown Wednesday of last wreck Miss Sylvia Cdwlcs entertained a nuw- ber of her friends at her home In the HIghlands with a Halloween party rnong thoie present were Misses Marjii Keeler Agnes Mueller drat Boyd Iorettl kites Hannah heeler and Anna Price and Messrs Clay Aversion tarry Campbelll Arthur Stellehkamp Walter Sttti and 1 Graham fMls Anna Rem arid Frank ttelbach were united in the holy bonds of taatri- ony at St Martini church on Wednes lay ttorrilng Miss Theresa Sessengood was maid of honor and Urban Gelbach was best matt After the ceremony the i1ibwly married couple went to Chicago on a bridal tour Both Mr and Mrs ielbach are popular in the East End MIss Anna Mae Carey became Mrs Ikrry G Stuart on Wednesday eVetiteg The deremonyvas rfdrbiedUythe ler Fsrher Patrick XValah lit the Sacred leart chnfcb in the presence of a Urge Bthtiing of tbeir Hlends and relatives After the ceremony the rleWly married ouple were tendered d reception dt tUe esldehce of the brides parents 1823 Maple street The bride is the talented and pretty daughter of Mr and Mrs Martin Carey Thegroomis wellknoWn alld popular Miss Mary Newman WU tendered a delightful surprise party on Wednesday evening An impromptu euchre was put in motion and for an hour or more the guests amused themselves with the paste- boards Miss Anna Noonan and George Smith won the prizes while the booby went to Miss Sarah tally During the vening members of the invading surprise party gave vocal and instrumental electfona which were well received ALmbrig those present were Misses Sarah Lally Carrie Andriott Mamie Meyer Lula Meyer Anna Noonan Gertie Grieb IargaretNootian Katie Newman Sallie Inn and Alicia Noonan and Messra oka Griff Martin Stetson George S chmitt Edward Grieb NA Norton Mike Maher w J Newt u Chester ktgner HwrAell Norton John Waloae foka Bally Dcutiy iauyi JbhBlany a rdld KyrJf Q MACKIN COUNCIL Held a Strictly Business Sea lion Last Tuesday Evening Mackin Council held a strictly busi ness meeting Tuesday night The at tendance was fair but as many member were anxious to hear the election re turns Presldeht Kerberg rushed every thing through Sebastian Hubbucb was reported 111 Two new applications wer receivedThe I were reminded that the time to formally nominate their candi dates for office is rapidly approaching That auspicious event will take place on the evening of Tuesday November 28 and the election will take place a week later There are Indications that two sets of candidates will be placed in the field Each side will place the best men in nomination but the contests though spirited will be fair and friendly SOCIAL SESSION Will Follow Nomination For Officers of Division 4 A O H At the meeting of Division 4 AOH Wednesday night John Kenefick who had been ill was reported fully recovered John Martin was reported ill A committee was appointed to draft a suit able expression of sympathy to be sen to John J Barry whose father died last weekPresident Hennessy reminded those present that officers for the ensuing yea would be nominated at the next meeting He desired a full attendance on that occasion In order that the evening maybe spent pleasantly a social session wil follow the nomination of officers Capt Joseph P McGinn announced that his team would bowl against a tean from Trinity CouncilY M I next week AMIGO CLUBS DANCES The Amigo Club an organization of bell known young men has arranged to give one of its popular dances at Lewi Hall Twentysixth and Portland avenue on the evening of Friday November 17 and also on Thanksgiving eve Novem ber 29 The members of the club are F B Boyer W L Martin C A Koeh ler J A Fichtner A G Ramsay C G Zengel C A Reccius C G Schang- I J Welsh J J Koehler S H Ramsay A G Heins JJ B Balles J W Shafer- G F Herold C W Bruckert C H Lemke and F J Denser LADIES OP TRINITY The Young Ladies Auxiliary of Trinity Council Y M I have issued invitation to a euchre and dance to be given at Trinity Hall 718 East Gray street or the evening of November 15 Hand some prizes will be awarded the winners of games and good music will be a feat ure of the evening The following popu lar young ladies have charge of the ar rangements and will assist in receiving the guests Misses Anna E Daly Emma Huber Anna Reister Mary Heverin Mayme C Kleley Lillie Hite and Josie Lawler FEDERATION The Jefferson County Catholic Federation held its regular session on Thursday night and fifty delegates were present The Rev Father Ackermann delivered an interesting address on Catholic Unity Other speakers were Messrs Emmet Slattery and Newton G Rogers Dr Frank Clark recommended that a list of good Catholic books be selected and that 10000 copies of the list be printed for distribution Dr Joseph W Fowler and Col Michael Reichert in loved Dr Clarks opinion BEFORE COLUMBUS if tiostonians ate ntgidgthe erection of a monnment in honor of9t Brendan a Kerry man who visited the shores of America several cehturiea before Christo pher Columbus The record of St Brendans achievement is of historic value and it is to be hoped that the project for a statue Infloston will be suc cessfully carried outu NATIVE OP NEW ALBANY Col Thomas Ik fJackson who was run bVer and killed at the ftnion depot Kan tae City last Week was a native of New Albany and married a New Albany lady Miss Louise Moore Atthe outbreak of the civil war he enlisted ns a Lieutenant and arose to the rank of Colottell Since the war rte ttad fnadelifshome in Kansas City WILLIS NEW CAFE A Tom Willis formerly Ofthe7oUIsvflle- t blast Ille Railroad Company will otiight open a new cafe at Tenth and Jumesnil afreets The feature of the vening willbe an elegant luncb Tom is an exceedingly popular young man and here is very Indication that he will attract a large and lucrative trade INTEREST GROWING Interest in the euchre to be given at lackin club house on the afternoon and evening of Thanksgiving day is increasing Several popular young ladles have ent red the race for prizes in the ticket tilling contest Allfunds accruing from the euchre will be devoted to the uses of the gymnasium class MAKING IRISH YANKEES =A telegram from New York says that Cot J A Kavanagb an Insurance agent ho collected 67000 commissions last ear inSonth Africa before leaving for apetpwn via England on the Baltic explained a scheme which be has for tie improvement of the condition of Ire lad wuioli U in brief ti Americanize Ihe rising generatjoh of ViahmeB To do tideji Jie Midwould bethe I M1c VLEVSTwo1erforMaaeee Monday and Tuesday Nights Oils Skinner In His Grace Da Grammont Thursday Friday and Saturday Evening sand Saturday Matinee THE ISLE OF BON GONG HOPKINSHIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE TWO snows DAILY Opening Week Beginning Sunday Nov 112 The Famous Sharpshooter and Marksman COL G BORDEVERR s Daintiest Conceit J =IVaudvIUQUEENS FAN Thome and Carleton the American Jesters De Koe Trio celebrated European acrobats Talbot and Rogers popnlar Mnglng comedians Rice and Kemp bestof grotesque acrohrts Fay Coltand Fay the minstrels and the Klnodroiuc Adventures of Sherlock Holmes BUCKING HAM MATINEE DAILY WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY NOV 12 Whallen and MarteUs Famous KENTUCKY BELLES In New and Original Farce The staging and costuming are unsurpassed JIz1riIX BRITTThe great little fighter and Frank Raphael will appear at erery performance LEVYS SPECIAL 5 SUITSFOR fORBOYS BOYSARE ALLWOOL GOODSAND ANDTHE THEBEST BESTVALUES VALUESYOU EVER SAW LEVYSThird simplest thing in the world It is a mat ter of education simply The Irish priest should be sent to America to observe and study conditions while priests of Irish parentage educated in America should be sent to Ireland Then would follov the work of Americanizing the Irish youth which I believe could be accom plished through the aid of Americas teachers in a decade There would then be planted the germ of a race of Irish Yankees and in two generations no nation on the face of the earth would or could bealthem- This plan of Americanizing Ireland is no dream Mr Kavanagb has secured the promise of an IrishAmerica millionaire to contribute ten thousand pounds for the development of the idea Upon his arrival in England he will send two hundred pouuds to the Archbishop of Tuam to be expended in the prelinmarj expenses of organizing a committee pi Irish bishops to consider the scheme COURTESY Is Always a Marked Trait of the Peasantry of Ireland The special characteristic of the Irish peasants according to Prank Mathew in Ireland is an old fashioned cour tesy They are all sure he asserts that they are descended from chiefs and their manners are ruled accordingly Take shelter in any hut on the moun tainsand you will be greeted as if its Inmates had been longing to see you This will not be due to the fact that you seem prosperous indeed you would be even more graciously welcomed if you were in rags Nor is their courtesy only exhibited when they are hosts Once when t was exploring the Burren of dare a ragged old woman seated by the wayside accosted my equally ragged driver Excuse me sir she said ilbut did you happen to meet a loaf on the roadiI Deed then maam said be bowing respectfully and Im sorry 1 did not Who was she I asked him when he had driven out of her hear IngIIIDeed then and I dont know saId he lissome podrsoul tnat has lost her loaf and will be goin to bed hungry onight On another occasion an aged nan clad iu knee breeches and a swallow taU coat addressed rue as I was climbing a path in Connemara I am thinkin sir said he that you are John BljlkeIt Well sirsaid I you are thinking wronguWell sir he answered solemnly Msays I to myself as I saw you come up the side that is John Blake and if tis not says I to myself tis a fine ipsthandin young map he Is whoever he is Now I am convinced that he knew I was a stranger but was not that a charming way to suggest that I should sit beside him on the low ferny wall end teems the wayo of the world i See us for your job printing Neat orkaadreatonable prices I J S 1 p q MHIMMtlMMM REMEMBERee BUYffTHAT THE BEST PLACE IN THE CITY TO tURNITURt I t OF ALL KINDS ISt WM FA MAYER 419 W MARKET STREET I 1 IIliIIIIII1I 1 I I IF1 I 1FI 1 lt1tlH HH H H i oJol U+Jo1 itvritiiIIIIIIII1 1 1 I 1 OUR BEST EFFORTS ARE DIRECTED TO BE 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of Minnesota paid a visit to Division 3 of Minneapolis last SundayThree degrees were conferred on a large class of candidates at Centerville Mont last week The Gaelic speaking division of Bos ton has arranged to give Dr Douglas Hyde a reception Pennsylvania has more divisions than any State in the Union Massachusetts is next and New York third At Uveiett Mass the new division less than four months old has arranged to Initiate its 100th candidate Since January 1 seven members of La dies Auxiliary 2 of San Francisco have entered the matrimonial state Hn Syracuse the division in St Vincent de Pauls congregation ivQl initiate a large class neat week The money in the treasuries of the various auxiliaries in Boston exceeds that of the amount in the various divi sionsThe illustrated entertainment re cently at Hibernian Hall in fit Louis for the CorkHatlonal monument was a grand successThe Ladies Auxiliary to Division i of St Louis gave Its second annual ball last night Both Divisions and3 are mak- Ing rapid progress The Wilmington Del Hibernian visited Baltimore recently and were elaborately entertained by the Hibernians that city Although Ladles Auxiliary 1iof Salem Mass is only nine months old it now has 168 members and holds the record for rapid growth The four divisions of Columbus Ohio have made arrangements for a joint initiation during this month A number of outoftown guests and speakers have been invited to be present The Syracuse County Board has de cided that black felt hats will supplant silk hats next St Patricks day It was also arranged to give an entertainment in honor of Robert Emmets birthday At Utical N Y the Rev Father Doody lectured Monday night before Di vision 21slecture dealt with what he taw during his recent trip through Ire land Standing room was at a premium State and county officers of the AOH and Ladles Auxiliaries graced tbe anni versary social of Division 6 Ladies Auxiliary at Providence The officers of all the divisions and military companies took part in the festivities RESOLUTIONS OP SYMPATHY The Falls City Bowling League of which John J Barry la President held a called meeting Thursday night to take appropriate action on his fathers death After the members had voiced their ex pressions of sympathy the following resolutions were adopted Whereas Almighty God in His In finite wisdom has seen fit to call from this earth the beloved father of our President John J Barry and Whereas We realize that a near and dear one has been taken from him and one whose place can never be filled In this life therefore be it Resolved That we assute our Presi dent of our deepest sympathy for him and hL in this their hour of great affliction and that we lovingly refer them to that Savior whose promises are I will not leave you comfortless I am with you always even unto the end of the world MARTIN DELANEY DEAD Martin Delaney for many years one of Louisvilles moat rMpectedcitizent died tbi 2812 Wet Market street Sunday evening He lied suffered from asthma during the put year but had- onlybew ooI iud to Craned one week- SS 1 12 k We nave the largest Store and the Swellest Stock of House FurnlshinRQ in Louisville the sight of which will be worth your time You dont need cash to buy from us PAY WHAT YOU CAN CASH BALANCE TO SUIT YOUR CONVENIENCE BucKs Hot Blast4 The beater that makes the same heat as an ordinary beats but consumes but a trifle over half the same amount of fuelII1II 1850 21 24 AnyOU dont need to pay cash for one of these wonderful Heaters 2 Gash 50G a EeK We show the BUCKS HOT BLAST in several different designs and in all the various size Come in and let us explain the hot blast prin ciple to you LARGEST HOUSEFURNISHERS f t 628 and E night night located given Rifles hoe SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O fit- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month BarryVice J Sullivan Recording Secretary Thomas Kee JrFinancial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice President John J Sullivan Reoording Secretary Joe Lynch Financial Secretary John T Kenney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of EachMontb PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice PresidentPatrick J Welch Recording Secretary John Morris Financial Secretary Daniel J Dough ertyITreasurer D J Coleman BegleySergeantatArms Rilev DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording SecretaryThos Callahan Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 615 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly Treasurer William J Connelly DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaua Hall County President Michael Kinney PresidentRobert Gleason Vice President Michael Breen Recording SecretaryJ B Murphy Jr Financial SecretaryThomas Gleason TreasurerLouis Constantiue MarshalPeter Madden DoorkeeperOwen McCann Banner CarrierLawrence Ford Y 3VT I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President William Kerberg First Vice President W Shaughnessy Second Vice President B J Sands Recording SecretaryFrank Morgan Financial Secretary George J Lautz Corresponding SecretaryF Lanahan Treasurer Joseph Steltenpohl MarshalJohn Kenney Inside SentinelJohn Stewart Outside SentinelPatrick Mullarkey SATOLLI COUNCIL 193 Meets Every Monday Evening at Club AyePresidentFirst Vice President William J OConnorSecond Vice PresidentJ J Kava nagb Financial SecretaryWill P McDon ogb 1212 Sixth Street Recording Secretary Jos Leniban Corresponding SecretaryJ Fahey TreasurerJames B Perry MarshalGeorge S Zorn Inside SentinelJoseph Kelly Outside Sentinel Saml J Boldrick Funeral services were held over the remains at St Patricks church on Wednes day morning The deceased was sixty years old and was born at Lexington but came to Louisville with his parents when a boy In early manhood be was appointed on the police force and served in that capacity for thirty years Five years ago he resigned from the force and became a park guard which position he held until a short time yefore his death He is survived by seven children His sons are James W Jo u3 and Morgan T Delaney One of is daughters is Mrs George Smith wife of tbe patrol man The deceased was held in high esteem by a largejctrclejof friends COLUMBUS COUNCILS DANCE Columbus Council V M I of jeffer sonville will give its tijrst reception and dance at Spieths Hall on the evening of Tuesday November 28 Members of the three Louisville councils and of Unity Council New Albany are cordially ins vited to attend Four Telephones twelve Wagons and Horses this meads Cusoaden Delivers IIc 8 Cream quIokL IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The Very Rev Father Flanagan of Adare died recently- In the All Gaelic football contest at Cork the Kerry team defeated Kildare by a score of 8 to 2 William Redmond and wife received an enthusiastic welcome and were ten dered a reception at the Mansion House Michael Slattery an old man recently evicted from his farm at Irishtown County Mayo is dead as the result of ex posureMembers of the Irish hetrarcby have issued an appeal for aid for the sufferers from the recent earthquakes in the south ofItalyThe Gaelic League has passed resolu tions thanking the Irish Bishops for the stand they took in regard to the Irish languageThe Abbey bazar in ala of the building fund of the new church at Tullyullen County Louth was opened by Cardinal I ogue The annual general meeting of the Catholic Truth Conference was held in the Round Room of the Mansion House in Dublin Cardinal Logue presided The Hon John Daly who was elected to Parliament from the County Cork in 1880 and was a colleague of the late Charles Stewart Parnell died recently atI MonkstownA demonstration was recently held at Killeenticrna near Kil larney David Moriarity Chairman o the Kerry County Council was one of the speakers Thomas McDermott of Cisdoonvilly County Armagh is hale and hearty at 110 years He still appreciates his pipe and can ride his horse to the forge without apparent effort After a full and fair discussion by members of the Letterkcnny District Council it has been decided that only married men can obtain laborers cot- ta es as the councils tenants The joint committees of the Cork cor poration and Cork Harbor boards have agreed on plans for bridging the Lee and connecting the railways on the north and south sides of the river The past season has been a record breaker as far as tourists were concerned Not only were there many travelers from the United States and Canada but more than 5000 paid flying visits from the Isle of Man tiThe New Ireland was the subject of T OLoughlino lecture before the DillonOBrien branch of the United Irish League at Bradford It was the first ot the winter series of lectures and was well attended At the last meeting of the Irish bier archy held at Maynooth a series of reso lutions were passed dealing with Irish in the National schools the treasury and the Board of National Education the at tendance of Catholics and nonCatholics and emigration and its attendant evils The fifth conference of school man agers inspectors and teachers of the city and county of Cork was held a few days ago These meetings although inaugu rated twelve months ago have become an interesting feature of educational life surroundingdistrictsdistrictsHis Eminence Cardinal Logue deliv erect an address at the opening of the new home for orphan and destitute chil dren in Belfast and took occasion to warn the people of Ireland against the dangers of secular education He urged that the people should take warning from what has happened in France and other countries- A life size marble statue of the Most Rev Dr Crolly a formerArchbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland is about to be erected in St Patricks Cathedral Armagh The work is by John Gibney sculptor the base being from designsl of AsUHn and Coleman Sheephoaselimestone octagonallushape executed the pedestal is ten feet six inches and it weighs eleven tonlThe whole when completed will be a work of art I r FOK RflR BREWING 60 Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TELEPHONE 180 Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts DRINK Hofbrau serer Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN I3WIG coMPANYINCORPORATED TELEPHONE 402 LOUX8VXLLEKY ICumb Phone Main 1913 Home Phone 1913 THE WIEDEMANNBREWING Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavet Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky b ASK FOR DIERSENSFINE DARK BFrETelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY 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chance of a lifetime to obtain a good Piano for a little money Why let it pass without at least coming in to see just what vou can doa good idea dont you think Your car fare will be wen invested if you only come in to look at our Piano bargains Now is the ti- meMONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO OrLBG30 FOURTH AVENUE me cnkfl Rogers BOOK s GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES TO SUIT EVERY Give us a call and inspect our line TASTEiifinest of their kind BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES f- OP EVERY DESCRIPTION W- 5i tree1JM+l t+luJ 1 I HH Hul 1 1lul 11 I I I HMHII I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 lt 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 R R BOTH PXXOlKKO HOC ittlu n I 1 HI I 1 Ii H1IHHHII 1 1 H 1 1 1 l Hul 1 1 UNION ICE CREAM CO- If you want a nice dessert for your dinner telephone us your order Finest Vanilla Cream per gal 60c to 75c Peach Strawberry Chocolate 75c J to Sfc JIOQ Brick 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o item we in for 0 is of sizes from o six to rtjn no Childs Cloth Coat long loose fitting style Pa belted back trimmed with gilt buttons material is wool cloth in blue or brown mr no Cheviot Cloth Coat heavy Cheviot in blue or brown front and back plaited full sleeves gilt buttons A9t eM- ail STYLE AND VALUE IN THESE I TAILORED 2SIFOlZ IADIBiS A1TD Pdi9O strapped stylepuOxford SECOND FLOOR I Childrens Coats Every quote Cloaks Children special worth fourteen years I PUiuO quality IItrQ9QSJ QI C919i9 Newest and most up to date goods of all kinds are daily We have a large and selected stock from you can select some thing now make a small and we will hold until or and at prices are within the reach of all 3o FAIR Or the Season Will Be Given For a Worthy Cause Tastefully decorated and with many valuable articles is the parochial school of St Frances of Rome church Clifton where a faiT will open Monday and will continue one week Every night during the past week committees and have met and completed arrangements for the ap proaching fair Every member of the parish has taken an active in the work much to the of the pastor the Rev Father W White The funds from the fair will be toward paying off the re making debt of the church and it is Father Whites intention to lay the cornerstone of a new and more substan tial edifice on June 26 1906K The people of Clifton invite their friends all over the city to join with them in making the fair a success SUDDEN Came to Charles Devlin a Coal Mine Charles J Devlin of Topeka Kas who died at Chicago on Thursday of last week as the result of paralysis was one of the best known business men in the West He was born in St Louis of Irish parents fiftyfive years ago When he was quite a small boy his parents re moved to La Salle county III After a few years at school he entered the em ployment of the Union Coal Company as an office boy His services were so effi cient that after a short time his employ ers a block of stock to his credit This gave young Devlin his start in business A few years ago he was made President of a trig coal company operat ing over 35000 acres In Illinois In 1889 be went to Kansas to assume of the Santa Pcs system of coal properties In all his career he was emi nently fair with his employes and never had any serious labor troubles At Frontenac 111 where he owned two large mines he erected a Catholic church at his own expense He encour aged his men to own their own homes and sold them property on installments Several months ago Mr Devlin became financially involved and it is believed the shock was for the para lytic stroke that caused his death It has developed that Mr Devlins affairs were not so badly that after all his obligations have been paid the family will receive J500000 His funeral took place at La Salle Ill where the solemn requiem mass was celebrated NiCe IP TRUE A recent cablegram from Rome states that his Holiness Pope Pius X has be come a base ball enthusiast According to the cable the Pope recently witnessed a game of base ball played by the young men attending the American College in Rome and applauded good strokes and brilliant catches lUs no theAmerican students doso welt1 i his Holiness declared i when they play so well I hope to seethe young pi Italy follow the example of UQ QO Misses 36 inch Coats made up in the U ttourist style the material slight gray nobbyi with a dash of black hue making it very effective has belt on the TJ I O QO U I AiuO extends smart swaggish from backII Ladies Suits Here are values that represent the cream of fashion and finest workmanship at the lowest possible prices Din QO Pine Cheviot Suits in blue brown and IP I ZitJO black full blouse half fitting or tight long coat plaited flouuce skirt fljnyi QO Fine Broadcloth Suits in green plum blue tpZTiuO brown and black closetitUngcoatorblouse strapped and velvet trimmed or applique new skirt a k4 AA QW9 IQ1QSJQW9I QWSiIIW9 Q9Q9fW9 J iloildall Presentsarriving carefully which deposit Thanksgiving Christmas for you Diamonds Watches Jewelry Novelties that purchasers BRUNN JEWELRY HOUSE EST MARKETSTREET FIRST adorned night subcommittees interest gratification Thomas realized devoted DEATH Millionaire Operator placed charge responsible involvedand message wonder OidO i i I Give your boys an education that will prepare tbem for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 1 12 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the Xavetian Brothers Classical Scientific ald Business courses Preparatory D rgeSwimmingPoolyeltEquippeGymnasium OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8 6 9 TO 12 DONT0YO- U WANT YOUR TEETH FIXEDI By men of experience at tbeImost reasonable price DR H J COUCHMAN Dentist SSI FOURTH AVENUE oppJno C Lewis Co I America by taking part in healthy game- taat call for skill vigor and das- hAMUSEMENTS Another excellent bill is promised by the management of the Hopkins Theater for next week Col G Bordeverry the famous marksman and sharpshooter iis billed as the beadliner Of course there will be excellent artists in comedy and acrobatic lines New pictures will be presented by the kinodrome There will be a matinee every afternoon Marching Through Georgia a stir ring drama of the civil war will be the attraction at the Masonic Theater all of next week There is said tobe a vein of tender romance gracefully woven through a series of sensational stage pictures The drama will be presented by a splen did company I Otis Skinner comes to Macauleys Theater Monday and Tuesday nights in the picturesque and sparkling drama His Grace De Grammont written for him by Clyde Fitch On Wednesday evening the Philharmonic Society will give a concert The Isle of Bon Gong a new musical comedy will bold the boards Thursday Friday and Saturday evenings and Saturday matinee Wballen and Martells Kentucky Belles Extravaganza Company will present a new and original farce Murphys Mistake at the Buckingham Theater next week No expense has been spared in staging the production and costuming of the artists The famous little fighterI Jimmy Britt will appear at each per sparrinK each day SIMPLE ROUTINE Only routine business was transacted I by Trinity Council Y M I last Mon day evening One application for memII bership was received and two new memott ers Emil Lehman and John StrubeJII were obligated Henry Bosee and Will Cast are still ont e sick list C K ol Avour Benefit Certificate with the Catholic Knights of America is just as secure as I Ia regular UfcinsurJance and costs fully onefourth J Write to President Felix Gaudin NewII Orleans La or to Secretary Anthony Matre Mermal accord Building St I Louis M- oCusaaden I pu ritce Cream PartleSBothi s 0 e Orders Promptly Filled I PRETTY CONTEST Promised Between Rival Can Presidcneydof Mackin What will doubtless be a pretty contest is the coming race for Presldent of Mackin Council The rival candidates are Charles Raldy and Ben Sand Both are ardent Y M I workers and they are among the oldest members of that coun cil For years both have served the or der faithfully and unselfishly Not only have they worked in the ranks but both have served as officers and both have saved on committees whwe there was plenty of hard work In each and every instance Messrs Sand and Raidy has given his best work in the interest of Mackin Council and the entire order As is natural both men have ardent ad mirers and these admirers want to see their respective champions elected contestswill be free from bitterness Both know bow to take defeat like men If Sand isi elected Charley Raidy will be the first to congratulate him If Raidy is elected Ben Sand will give him his loyal support The only regret is that Mackin Council can not have two such Presi lents USEFUL CITIZEN Was Patrick Newman a Former Councilman at Frankfort Patrick Newman a former Councilman at Frankfort died at his home in that city on Monday afternoon He had been ill only a few days and death resulted from uraemia superinduced by kidney trouble The deceased was born in Cork Ireland fiftyseven years ago but had passed the greater part of his life in Frankfort and was one of her most substantial and respected citizens He was a lifelong Democrat A widow who was formerly Miss nma Felkerson of Louisville and five children survive him The children are Mrs James E Brennan and Lambert Newman of Louisville and J P Thomas and James L New man of Frankfort The funeral took place from the Church of the Good Shep herd on Wednesday morning CHAMPIONS TO BOWL The crack Gunther Bowling Team of Chicago winners of the last national tournament in which 247 other teams participated will bowl at Grotea alley Jefferson street this afternoon and log and tomorrow afternoon TheyevenII have as opponents the Owens and Foresters Louisvilles two star OldII smashing aggregations who defeated Gunthes in contests here last May theII intense rivalry existing between teat will result in hotly contested games Bowlers who cau spare the time should not miss these contests AFTER Bit GAME Judge James P Gregory George Sebon Jack Barnett Julius Hlld Edward BeUII G D DrSquire Alsop Applegate Kinney County Attorney R W DrII ham and Edward Kraft left Tuesday noon for Miisissippl where they spend two weeks hunting deer and willII The hunting party took along an car loaded with provisions and camping outfits I C I I 1iI GREAT SALEOF IRON BEDS- tOREENES Being the Largest Handlers of Iron Beds in Louisville We show the best variety and most handsome designs at the lowest prices ranging From 250 to 25 JAMES GREENE425 427 429 EAST MARKET STREET MM4MM4M + i Ci P S tt mlttI II LI McKENNAWHISKY I IIit IS ALWAYS PURE ntHj McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky1 J t t t t t t t t t tc S MEDDIS JOS DOtfGHKRTY W J MAGHB t Pres and Gen Mgr Retail Manager Secretary ij LOUISVILLE nGCOALlleCOKE 13 COMPANY INCORPORATED Exclusive Agents Carbon Fuel Co Miners and Shippers ConlsI3ALSO DEALERS IN PITTSBURGH JELLIGO AND KENTUCKY COAL and River Floyd and Fulton IIYardsFirst Elevator Franklin and Hancock Streets I 7 4111 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