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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i y t IRIsH t J e Av KENTUCKY II ViiiiXVNO 20LOUlSVULE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 18 1905 PRICE FIVE CENTS II HiRTFELT s t tr Trlb rite Paid Hibernian fMen 2 Cana Women by Cardi nal Gibbons t- His Eminence Says Expatriation I of the Irish People Was Providential Enthusiastic Reception Accorded Gift of Hibernian Ladies to Trinity College SNBBiLPOPULAR ADDRESSES MADE Ii WASHINGTON D C Nov 10 1905v The handsome gift of 10000 to Trinity College was formally presented to Cardi nal Gibbons by Mrs Mary A Quint National President of the Ladles AuxK mary of the Ancient Order of Hibernian on Wednesday of this week The presentation was made in Trinity College hall and In the presence of many leading representatives of the American hierarchy Trinity College is the first Catholic institution founded in this coun try for the higher education of women The Ladles Auxiliary Is living up to its principles in thus assisting so worthy on educational institution Several hundred distinguished laymen and women filled the Jtnll and heard the addresses de livered Those on the platfofm were j Cardinal Gibbons Archbishops Farley of New York Archbishop Ryan of Phil adelPhiaArehblshopKeaneofDubuqueBishop of Covington Monsignor D J OCon St nell rector of the Catholic University ofh America Rev D J Stafford Chaplain of the local Hibernians Miss Sadie Fitzpatrick President of the District AuxC iliary Mrs Mary A Quinn National President of the Advisory Board of the Auxiliary James OSullivan VlcepresiII dent of the National Hibernians Senator Carter of Montana Gen Thomas Vineii cent of the Advisory Board of the col lege P T Moran District President of the Hibernians and Partrlck J Haltlgan editor of the National Hibernian Miss Sadie Fitzpatrick presented an introductory welcome for the District Auxiliary to the Hibernians It gives me pleasure to welcome you to take part in these exercises she said We are here to take part in a laudable work the presentation of a scholarship to this institution for the education of ourE w women the first scholarship of the kind to be given by such an organizationS 4 which represents 50000 women throughout the United States The Rev Father Stafford pastor oft1 St Patricks church also welcomed theI visitors to Washington In the absence of National President James E Dolan James OSulltvan delivered a brief ad dress on behalf of the Ancient Order of to Hihernians He also read a lletter from PresidentDolan in which the latter expressed the opinion that theAmericati Catholic University r should be made toe stand In the front rank of similar instlI tutions in this country Archbishop I Farley of New York made an address as National Chaplain of the Order of Hibernians Thlslsa function which appeals t my heart forthe omerwhi h I makes it possible bas always enlistedmy sympathies This occasion isan evlt deuce that the world Is beginning to take cognizance of Trinity College anAU is fitting that this fund should be given Jjy this auxiliary which has as its ideal the uanisopof and educationreligion t r WnslgnorlI D J OJConnell rector ol told of hlsfelaJJ + the Catholic University tions with the Hibernians during the last thirty years He said that thirty years ago when Chaplain of the Hibernians in Richmond 11and while editor of a paper therei l11e had d tended the name of the Hibernians saying that they were I splendid fellows t later hewas atI pointed by the then Archbishop Gibbons of Baltimore to a special mission to Rome and there again testified to hisI confidence In the Iristy order This gathering is an evidence that I was right declared the rector The love of the Ancient Order of Hibernians hasI supported weak hearts at the Catholic University of American certain hours ofr trouble Of curse Monsignor OCon nells words were applauded but the app plause was mild when compared withI Ii the ovation Ivea Mrs Nary A Quinn when she ar to rresent the 100000 check th Erinence Catdlral GlbboS8 Mrs Quinn said that the auxiliary was formed twelve years ago for the uphold tag of the best traditions gf tbe Irish Tice aO thatiu the hGhe wjtere b rgaty wasshe might be1 enabled to withstand1 the attacks of disbelief She said that the general convention of the Ladies tu Utrhlpeuvjr 1im jl 04jjbelnember hat determined to show their Interest in a practical way for the advancement of 1 CatboHceducatioti and tb therefore a fund should be raised for a acholaraliipatl Trinity College Cardinal Gibbons ace was wreathed- is smllM as be received the check ex tended him by Mrs Qniun After the applause had died away his Eminence siidsOld memorleshave been awakened by the addrwwes here I reaiemberthat therej wu atlme when there were aaper S Ipda crt upon the faith of the Hiber nlansrI retaemberthat such asugges rv r y j loVthatwas m e too ck be Itt ring p get they would be ready to defend It Such suggestions have now been done away with once and for all This is aa Irish day and I feel like an Irishman Whatever the cause that led to Irish ex patriation we mule regard it a9a providential act that made us subservient to higher purposes What would have become of the Catholic religion in the new world if It bad not been for the faith of Irishmen andthose of Irish descent In United States Canada and Australia in every hamlet there are chuches which have been founded by them In my own name and in the name of tbe Sisters I thank tbe Hibernian ladies from the bottom of my beartfor this gift Those who go out from this institution will not teach doctrines of divorce They will be queens in the domestic kingdom They will adorn homes by their domestic virtuesThe scholarship made possible by the fund will be given as the reward of a competitive examination Those who took part in the musical programme which consisted of vocal and Instrumental selections were the Misses Sulli Cassin Holohan Schofield Kelly Price McGorrisk Kennedy Dansby Murray and Myers At the conclusion- of the exercises a reception and tea were to the visiting ladies by the students PRIESTS EXCHANGE New Assistants Leave Old Parishes For New Posts The Rev Father John Bohlsen who j during several past has been assistant pastor at St Vincent de Pauls church has been appointed assistant to the Very Rev Father Ohle the new pastor at St Martins The Rev Father Jacob Assent who has been one of the assistant priests at Martins during the past six years been appointed assistant to the Rev Father Andrew J Thome the new rec of St Vincent de Pauls church Both Fathers Assent and Bohlsen are j energetic young priests and their old congregations hated to part from them is hoped that in a large and growing city like this both will soon have par isheS of their ow- nDEATHS is UNION Two Sisters Devoted to Bach Other Burled at the Same Time Miss Margaret Curran and Mrs Anna her sister both died within eight hours The former died at 8 oclock night while the latter died at oclock Sunday morning Behind the death of one is a tale of sisterly devotion is sad yet beautiful Miss Curran literally a martyr to selfimposed a dutyThe two sisters had never been separated in life When Anna Curran became Mrs Kimbrel years ago her sister went live with her at the residence 1718 Lytle street Recently it became evident Mrs Kimbrel was suffering from tuberculosis and that death was near at hand weeks her sister cared for her night a and day The strain was too much andr on Saturday night she succumbed to heart failure Kindhearted neighbors at once took up the work of the dead woman waiting on the dying sister The latter could not understand why her sis i did not answer her summons At 4 1 oclock in the morning she passed away without being aware that her sister had I preceded her into eternity The two funerals took place from St Patricks church on Tuesday morning andboUt were buried side by side In St Johns cemetery Abrother of the deceased women Farrell Curran suffered stroke of paralysis on Friday and is now ill at his home 2809 West Madison street It was not deemed advisable to tell Olin of the death of his sisters Mrs Klujbrel is survived by two gJgn sous WUliara and James Kimbrel who have the sympathy of many friends ii their double bereave mcnttwNOMINATIONS t S By Division 4 and Social Session Will Come After Dlvl lon 4AlOtiHi will nominate oficersfo the1ensuing year at ameetingi to be heldTrjext Wedriesday sext1resld- ent Hennessy and the other officers desire a full attendance of members soJ that all may have n voice in naming the candidates i 5i 1 After the meeting proper there will bet a social session in charge of the Literaryt Committee There will be an abundance 3Qff refreshments and plenty of fun ion 4s Literary Committee knows howl to entertain and every member of thce body should be present to show his ap predation olll1 work AFTER GAME Jamea MelleU and Tom Riley popular businessmen of the West Endl left Tuesday fora ten days hunting trip in Xarue county They expect to find plentyof quail and duck and possibly deer On their return to night one wee- kthedoughty uim f wl1Ilhag me supper at Mrl ty ATHLETICS Are An Important Adjunct in Building Membership of Mackin Council Excellent Work of Instructor pouts J KiefFer for Good of Society Another Largo Class of Candi dates Will Be Initiated Tuesday Night MEMBERS ALL WORK IN HARMONY The steam in a locomotive is of very little use unless all the parts of the engine work in perfect unison So it Isa withsocieties Unless all the members of an organization are in perfect harmony each attending to the work assigned him no progress can be made It is the society where each man works in his sphere and all for a common end that succeeds that progresses It draws where others repelMackin Council Y M I of this city isa society of this kind It is a model of its class It has literary men and it has sociall men men of executive ability and men who lack it But all are work ing for the common good Not the least of this societys mechanism by any means is the athletic gymnasium class with Louis J Kieffer at its head The doctrine ofa sound mind in a sound body is centuries old Tine has not proven any fallacy in this doctrine On the contrary each succeeding genera tion brings forth the truth in a more eminent degree Not many years ago children were crammedwith book learning while their physical and hygienic needs were neglected A revolution resulted It could not happen otherwise A race of anae inics was growing up Fortunately Providence interfered and made the need of athletic instruction apparent There hardly a schpol now where athletics are not part of the course But this training must not stop in the schools Boys must not pitch athletics into the corner as they do their books on leaving school They must continue them carry them with them into the business and professional lives With this idea in view the members of Mackin Council organized their gym nasium class last March They had pre pared for It by erecting and equipping a gymnasium Louis J Kieffer a trained athlete and an ardent member of the council volunteered to act as instructor and without remuneration He has been member of Mackin Council during the past five years and for several years previous he had been a student of ath letics under the direction of Prof Wll burt Gearhart now of San Francisco and later still under Prof Frank Mc Hugh of the local Y M H A From its incipiency the Mackin gymnasium class under Mr Kieffer has been success and this class has been the of attracting many new members to the order Members of his class are I showing up well in their athletic exercises and a number of them promise to become excellent athletes in theirfavot ite stunts He is now organizing a basket ball league among the members of Mackin Council and as soon as he gets the league in working order he will ac cept a challenge from the Y M H A teamThe gymnasium is on the lower floor of the club house 530 Twentysixth street and is equipped with pulley weight machines rowing machines vaulting buck Indian clubs dumbbells wands and other calisthenic exercises In the near feature the vaulting horse horizontal and parallel bars will be t added The hall is large well heated lighted and ventilated There are shower I baths lockers dressing rooms and otherI uptodate conveniences for the benefit of the young atbletesIPhysical Instructor Keiffer white an enthusiastic athlete does not give all his time to It He is regularly employed as a house salesman in the linen glove and corset department of the J M Robinson Norton Dry Goods Company and is highlyesteemed by his employers His work with Mackins gymnasium class is voluntary and without remunera tion The only office be ever held In the Council was as delegate to the last Grandl Council He made quite a hit on the floor of the convention at Newportandt many of the delegates favor electing him as next Grand President of the order A grand euchre will be given on Thanksgiving afternoon and evening at Uackin club house under the auspices of the gymnasium class A beautiful goldt watch will be given the young lady sell tug thee largest number of tickets The proceeds will be devoted to further equipping the gymnasium President William Kerberg wielded the gavel at a well attended metting of the council Tuesday night Five applica tions for membership were received and otbe Investigating Committee reportedI favorably on several candidates The Visiting Committee reported that Seba- dan Hubbuch was Improving and that Steve Peak who met with an accident last Saturday was on the road to speedy recovery r It wasdecided to hpid a ptclri MMtrl lug tomorrow afteraoon in oftkrtWmw a t 1 applications might btSevedInvestigated bef w4 ifalg InitiationandII INSTRUCTOR KIEFFER be held Tuesday eight when a class of least twenty will Deceive the degrees A comniunlcaUon was read from Satolli Council inviting Mackins mem bers to attend a dance at the New Athletic Club next Thursday evenin- gNADE4DEAN t The Rev Father Edward J Lynch Receives a Deserved Promotion It Our Right Rev BidhoP McCloskey has announced the protection of the Rev Edward J Lynch of JHenderson Ky to the position ofdeanfof the counties ofI Living tone Union Trigg and Caldwell I Father Lynch will remain as pastor at Henderson but his ecclesiastical duties will be greatly multiplied Early next year Father Lynch will celebrate the twentyfifth anniversary of his ordination Since his elevation to the priesthood he has always been in this diocese and built several county churches before he was called to the Cathedral in this city where he labored 1 several years From Louisville he wasJ sent to Henderson a few years ago Almost immediately he erected a large andt handsome new parochial school build ing Since then he has enlarged the recii tory and beautified his churc- hAPPRECIATION Of T Newton Shepards Worth Came from Laun drymens Club One of the most unique of the many handsome floral designs presented to members of the General Council when they were Inducted Into office on Tues day night was that presented to T New ton Shepard by the Laundrymens Club It consisted of a white linen shirt stiffly starched and profusely decorated with floWers Three red carnations served as studs the sleeves were stretched at rlKhtI angles to the body and over the whole was the inscription in red carnations t Newton S Mr Shepard has made an excellent record during his first two years in office and his friends believe that one good Iterm deserves anotherF- IREMEN TO BANQUET iCapt Michael Lovett and his gallant EaglnelHouse and Seventeenth have arranged a banquet to be held at their quarters on the evening of Thursday November 23 The event will be In honorof the election of Paul C Barth as Mayor of Louisville Copt Lovett and his men did splendid work in the intermitqpff the new Mayor and now tb ywlsh to testify Ina personal manner their high regard for him Quite anumber of invitations have been issued to friends As Is usual with tffalrs given by No 4 the feast will be an elegant one FOR CHARITYS SAKE The Crown Club has arranged to give an entertainment for a charitable purpose fleetaGray street on the afternoon and even ing of Thanksgiving day Admission to the hall including either dinner or aupperR will only o t twenty five cents Music and other i ttractioas will wake rile occasion a plei wnt one t MATTERS I I Of Interest Gleaned from 8ev oral Quarters of the Emers ald Isle Seumas JUaoBIanus Tells Det lightfully of the Deedstof Kerry Kliyr Laughable Incidents that Occur I In the AutiKecrultlncr Campaign NEW KIND OF AN IRISH STEWf In a letter to the Buffalo Catholic Union and Times Seumas MacManus writes It was not without compelling cause that County Kerryour islands South1Jj western cornerstone was long agos named the Kingdom Even in these 1JrepublicanFor years past a returned Idsh American has been both lord high admiral of the Kerry bays and king also He refused to IgovernmentI boat and in it lives with his family and cruises around the coasts defying the I landlord and the tax collector Lately great attention was attracted to him by the publication of a sketch in the Dublin papers and photos of himself and his houseboat He was amongst otter things a member of the New York polio forceKerry I was a wonderful place always In the penal days when a paternal government gave you five pounds for the ofhead of a wolf or the head of a schoolmaster or the head of a priest indiffer ently the mountains of Kerry harbored note and better schoolmasters than were to be found in any other tract of the same extent in Ireland Then it waslc though education was banned by lawu the poorest boys in Kerry often had a I knowledge of the classics that would make boys of Harvard presently green hewith envy Some one in the Irish papers was recently reminding us of then time when one Kerry man sold his cow to another Kerry man in Greek I have heard an intelligent old man in the heart of our Donegal mountains tell how his grandfather used to speak to him of a time when ata select dinner party amongst these mountainsthe priest the schoolmaster and the more comfortable class of mountaineers being presentthe conversation was carried on inLatinThe of the classics died out with the head schoolmaster of our Don egal mountains The cultivation of our own Irish language has now of course taken its place EvidentlY the govern ment intends that the revival of the Gaelic shall get a quick and great impetus for already they are indirectly beginning to ban it It may sound start ling to Americans and even to Irish Americans to know that today there are here in Ireland men suffering in jail for using their own language and other men having their goods seized and sold in penalty for the same crime It is now a crime fixed first by the ordinary courts and later by the high courts to set down your name in the Irish Ian guage on your cart The first man to go to jail for this was Mac Sonln of Ros common who was taken to Sligo jail Alderman Cole of Dublin was the first man to have his goods distrained and sold by auction for the same mortal offenseThe Gaelic reviyal is not the only I thing that is presebtly supplying much needed lodgers for the big empty jails of Ireland The antirecruiting campaign which has been gradually growing for the last halfdozen years Is coming to a climax and supplying its quota of host ages to English justice No week passesII now in which there are not one or more arrests of persons found advising their countrymen not to enlist In the British army The Government bad to take firm steps here The Irish soldier was of course the backbone of the British I army The Irish regiments were the only ones to be depended upon at the critical moment of battle The Irish enlistment was in sympathy with the new feeling spread abroad in Ireland completely falling off and Irish boys couldno longer be either coaxed or coerced into thel tacks of the redcoat Things were be coming so serious that the Government felt compelled to step down end fight the antirecruiting movement Hence the arrests which have now become frequent As has always been the case however inI the history of Ireland the movement has thereby got a great impetus and for the one Irish boy who before that spreadl the anti recrultJng literature there are a hundred ardently engaged in It now At a late hour on Saturday night or- an early hour on Sunday morning a week ago no less than 60000 antirecruiting notices were posted over Dublin aud so expeditiously and well was the work done thatonly two boys outof the host that must have been engaged were caught in the act and lodged in jail At an early hour on Sunday all1 Dublin as well those who might never have seen the potters as those who would have seen them were attracted to the literature by the sight fan army ofp liehurrying scurrying over the city making frantic efforts to tear down the posters lro lampar post and telegraph pole Some fun loving boys had spieled to the tops of II very high poles and there posted the notices In the sequel Qublln for one Sunday got infinite amusement watching 240pound policemen spend the morning spieling the tall poles and taking off the posters from the tops Of course the swallows were the only living things that these elevated posters uttered sedi tion to but the law evidently considered it would not do to have seen the swallows of Ireland learn the shame and peril of joining the forces of England FAREWELL TOASTS Learned Dominican Priest Is Banqueted by Local Knights The Very Rev Father J R Volz O PIprior of St Louis Bertrand convent tendered a farewell banquet at the Galt House Tuesday night by Louisville Coun cil Knights of Columbus of which organization he is Chaplain The tables J were arranged in the banquet hall and 100 guests sat down to the spread that been prepared John J Caffrey preJJ as toastmaster and was unusually in his Introduction of those whoII responded to the toasts The Revtt Father Raffo always eloquent paid a splendid trlbnt to Father Volz In response 8 the toast Our Guest as Chaplain detailed the duties of that officer and told how sorry the Knights were to part from him- Attorney 0 Thomas Welsh responded to the toast Our Guest and the Illustrious Fraternity He Honors and made aJJ characteristic and able address Judge Matt ODoherty spoke onHOur Guest and the Great Religious Order He Reprer ents He paid a high tribute to the followers of St Dominic and their longs list of theologians and preacherscThe Hon Edward J McDermott spoke Our Guest as Pastor James J Fitzgerald the attorney was the last to pay tribute to the honored guest and he did it beautifully dFatheratwith a feeling response to the trib of respect and honor paid Olin Heii said he sincerely regretted having to sever his connection with Louisville Council but assured the members thats would never forget the friendships since he became a member of ittFather Volz expects to leave within aIifew days to assume his new duties astPresident of St Patricks College at Columbus Ohio CLIFTON FAIR- Has Drawn GreatCrowds andtt Will Close Monday I Night The fair at Clifton for the benefit of St Frances of Rome church has been an 1 unqualified success It opened Monday night under favorable auspices and eachI succeeding night brought additional I crowds Thepeople who attend are notI confined to the parish but have come from all over the city and not a few i nonCatholics have assisted in making I the fair successfull Among those who have won prizes I thus far are Misses Sara and Florence t Caplinger Dr J M Morris Mrs H Lawrence T H Merimee and Alice I Mullinix I The fair will close Monday nightII when one of Decker Sons 450 pianos and a stylish buggy will be disposed of All persons who desire either a piano or 1 buggy should attend the fair on Monday J night The Rev Father Thomas WII White pastor of the congregation Iscc well pleased with the result of his peoples efforts and it seems that his hopes relative to wiping out the debt of theII church will be realizedITRINITY COUNCIL Extended Warm Welcome to Representative Emmet v Slattery y il Trinity Council YM 11 had a fair attendance at its meeting on Monday night with President Eugene Cooney llit the chair Six applications were received and James P Sweeney took the obligation William Gast and Henry Bosse Jr were reported at still on the sick list The Hon Emmet Slattery recently elected to represent the fortyeighth dis trict in the Kentucky House of Repre sentatives was greeted with applause and showered with congratulations on his victory against almostoverwhelming t odds He was forced to make an address and gave his fellowmembers of Trinity Council splendid advice on the work being done by the work The committee having the show in hand reported an excellent advance sale of tickets Work on the new club house Is progressing favorably CIIIEP HAQEPTY HERE Dan J Hagerty formerly of Louisville but for the past seventeen years a real dent of Shreveport La Is here visiting 1hili mother Mrs Mary Hagerty 1616 Columbia street and his brother John an employ of the Avery Plow Company MrHageVty ia a prominent business man and has been Chief of Police at Shreve arlmetnianysince his return to Louisville Mr Hagerty will remain one mouth M DISCUSSED r Plans For Upbuilding nlem1Jef ship of Catholic Knights of America Central Committee Will Spend Money Judiciously Adverr tlslnff the Order The Uniform Rank With Dolls Prest DELEGATES FROM ST The Central Committee of Knights of America held monthly session at St Mary Friday night of last weep Pre Newton G Rogers occupied the ch and eighteen delegates answered Sacre tary Scores roll call It was announced that the election of officers would take place on the night of Friday December and all the delegates were urged to be present on that occasion The installa tion of the new office will take place on the second Friday in January Branch reported several applications The delegates from Branch 25 were given a warm welcome back aud Charles J Desse laid he felt like he was the prodi gal son returning home William T Meehan also expressed his pleasure on returning to the Central Committee Harry A Veeneman of the Membership Committee suggested that the offi visit the three branches which have not been represented for several months past and ascertain why the delegates were absenting themselves President Rogers made an eloquent ad in which heexpressed his thanks Branch 25 for its splendid entertain ment of the Central Committee and visit ing Catholic Knights on the previous Monday evening He expressed the wish that other branches would follow the ex ample set by Branch 25 and that all would get down to work Meetings like he said were productive of great r good and werc the means of adding new member He announced t Supreme President Gautllt would A ably visit Louisville In tIle ne In conclusion President Rogers can e for suggestions that wouldrevive interest and show results Thomas Feeley offered the suggestion that all who secured new members should be remunerated for their services He also favored the ritual and the uniform rank He said no coubtexlsted in his mind that many you ig men would be attracted to the order by a military branchHarry A Veeneman also indorsed the uniform rank idea and the ritual and offered a suggestion that premiums be awarded those who would bring in new members He also suggested the organ ization of East and West End gegnfl teams jWilliam T Meehan favored the unP form rank the degree team and adver Using in Catholic papers 1He cited what other fraternal orders were doing along these lines and dwelt at some length on the good work that was being done for the order by the Kentucky Irish Amen caniCol Michael Reichert gave assurance that the company of uniform rank Knights now being organlze4 would be ready to participate in the anniversary celebrations tobe held next springfJohn J Score heartily favored the two degree teams but wanted then hand f somely robed so that the work would be made as impressive as possibe Upon motion of Delegate Meehan a nice sum was set aside for the uniform rank Thomas Feeley made a splendid talk in favor of advertising in the local Catholic press The Central Committee decided to spend some money oil judi cious advertising and Messrs T Meehan Col Alike Reichert anti J Score were named as members of t committee John Scbalda Joseph P McGinn d Joseph Stelnert were appointed on a committee to select the nece rylfbeS for the degree teams and they were in structed to report at the next meeting C FIVE SCORE YEARS Mrs Anna Conley a native of Ireland but one of the oldest residents in Jeffer daugl1I city on Monday night The deceased was born gora young woman Two daughters survive sIJtfferspW ville The funeral took place from Sfl Augustlnes church on Wednesday worn lug The remains were brought to Louisville for bunal Jin St Louis cemetery w M IMPROVING ST JAMES I 1 Pour handsome art gl owsha been placed in St Jam bethtown They re respectively our SavU v gins St Joseph at3 beautifully desi to the appear rch T be t IIIIfKENTUCKY JIuSHA oRIOA101 KNTUGKY IRISH M MERIW e f ret te the Moral and SooUl Advancement otall IrlsU America P KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS INSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Entered at the 1onl1lllo PostoMlce SecoKcJCUis Matter AUmiall CDromaICaHofltothei KENTUCKY IRISH AMER1CAN326 Weil Qrcea Street ILOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 181905 A LITTLE ADVICE The year 1905 is rapidly drawin L a close and as the end lies merchants manufac rofessional men are new year All r greater thing cry of the age is must it be with atholic men rind must push onward Their progress mus erial alone but spiritua if they hope to endure Ancient Order of Hibernian ud the Young Mens Institute will elect officers to guide the des tinies of their respective branche next month It should be the duty S t of each and every member of these organizations to select or to aid in t selecting the best men for each and every office Men who are work ers for the respecttve organizations who are true to their religion duties and who are capable ia every way should be chosen Som men are peculiarly fitted for executive duties while others are competent merely as subordinates Certain men are born leaders others have ambition to lead bu are by nature only followers Care fully select your candidates and then just as carefully choose your officers Have friendly contests They are all right but you mus never let them become bitter Remember that others as well as M have the interests of your Ttieart If your candi beaten accept defeat like men and for the sake of your organization uphold the work of the victors It is thus and only thus that any society can succeed for any length of time TRUE EDUCATION Right minded men and women are interested in true education The desire for knowledge iis stinct in the human breast trough every age men have teen and made sacrifice in their thirst for knowledge But the x question is What is true edit cation This was ably answered by that learned Jesuit the Rev Father OBrien SJ in an address delivered before a convention of educators in New York God declared Father Pardow is the only teacher Among other things he saysWe have heard a good deal lately in military circles of the map behind the gun Generals of armies insist again and again on the allimportant fact that rapid firing cannon and all the other a improvementsin the fine killing our fellowbeings will of little avail in sustaining the glory of a nations flag unless the men who wield the weapons are what they ought to be Education sets of every hue are accentuating more and more the necessity of a somewhat similar principle in the less gory tactics of the mind Of what use is it l asked not long ago the President of a famous non Catholic college of what use is it to instruct our boys and girls in foe art of reading if their desire to ad seldom or never gets beyond- e sensationali accounts of crime r the worse than trashy novel l He was evidently insisting on the an or woman behind the book i Remember also th tthe art of riling which has enabled men handd B Biirougb the ages the spel I Ghri twith its l uplftthewhole so enabled the pf the name mayru more valuable than life itself and by obscene literature to lower the morality of an entire nation Evi dently we need a true man behind the pen and a true man behind the printed page if instruction in reading or writing is to be a bless lug instead of a curse Now if we are really to educat the man we must impart to him sa clear definite and full knowl edge of his immortal destiny Without this knowledge it iis impossible for a human being to develop along right lines as it iis impossible for a pilot to guide his vessel successfully to its destination without knowing the location of the port whither he is to tend or without possessing the ability to read aright the mariners compass by his side Nor will mere natura ethics be a sufficient guide for since the incarnation of the Sot of God we can fully know mans eternal destiny and the means of teaching it only by listening to the teaching of Christ The literatur i of Greece and of Rome will not do the work Weare no Jonge pagans though the age does indeed seem to be drifting back to paganism I knowtidthing but Jesus Chris and Him crucified exclaimed the great apostle of the nations Th is eternal life proclaimed the great Educator to know Thee the one true God and Him whoa thou bast sent Christ Jesus When the Catholic church hands on what Christ taught she is not teaching in her own name She calls no man teacher for One only is her tea her God A GREAT PAPER The Irish Standard of Minne apolis celebrated its twentietl anniversary last Saturday by issu ing a sixteen page paper Edward OBrien who has been the editor of the paper since its first appear ance is to be congratulated on the magnificent specinienof his nand work It is clean typographically and bright editorially It bristles with informatioq concerning the Northwest and is in everyway readable The Irish Standard is as it were a mirror reflecting the achievements of Irish men and women in the State of Minnesota Heres hoping Editor OBrien may live to control the destinies of the Irish Standard till its fiftieth aunt versaryat least- Theesteemed editor of the Cour ier Journal appeared to have said in Saturdaysissue of his paper The CourierJournal fought and won the justended municipal campaign for the Democrats Mr Watter son intended to say that the Cour ler Journal fought and helped to win the fight But then Marse Henris chirography never was good and age has not improved it Nobody would ever accuse this dean of American journalism of being either an egotist oran egoist The daily papers this week have nauseated the majority of their readers with accounts of a fight between bulldogs the pets of two society females The newspapers oust be hard up for news when they print such stuff and the society women must be hard up for amusement when they harbor such ugly brutes Owen Tyler the new President of the Board of Aldermen iis a rep esentative and progressive citizen Whenever occasion requires Mayor forth to leave the city municipal1 lairs will be well cared for inhls gods That he will yettb Mayor forSby masycitizesntl QG SOGlEtV JI Henry Pasliclc has returned from a pleasant visit to West Baden Deputy County Assessor Frank Hicke i spent several days at West Baden Mrs Mj Carroll df rojtUnd has as her guest Mfs CbarleiSearcyf of Evans ville Thomas McGuire of New Albany bas been promoted to the positionof freigh conductor by the Monon railroad Miss Margaret Wathen left Thursda for Kansas City and will spend several weeks there as the guest of friends Squire John rrAt1aml Count Assesssor elect has been resting at Wes Baden Springsi after his arduous campaign r Miss Mary Ruth Glenn Mrs Monro Biven and Mrs John Biven all of Sout Louisville are visiting friends in Nelso county Mr and Mrs Otis Russell have returned from Bloomfield where they were tbe guests of Mr and Mrs Mitchel Russell Mr and Mrs Charles Green of Richmond have returned home after a pleasant visit to Mr and Mrs J J Foley of South Louisville Miss Mayme Burke of Louisville bas returned from West Point where ah was the guest of her cousin Miss Katherine Lynch A pretty baby girl has arrived at tbe home of Mr and Mrs John Casey 80 Twentysixth street Papa Casey Iiis proud of the little miss Miss Loretta Epler and Edward Early popular youug people of Portland wilI be united U matrimony at St Cecilia church or Thanksgiving day Miss lizabeth Rapp and John Gill Ran prominent young people of Jeffer Bpivllle were married at St Anthony church in that city on Wednesday Mrs John A OConnor a well know lady of St Charles parish is ill at her home on Twentysixth street Her friend are hoping for her speedy recovery Mr and Mrs GE Weber of Chicago are rejoicing over the birth ofa baby boy Mrs Weber was a popular Louii vile girl andasistetof Vincent B Smith Col Jacob H Has erbas returned from a visit to West Baden and is now hard at work on plans for the entertainment of the bowlers expected to visit here next spring Mrs Michael Hanrahan who has been seriously ill at Sts Mary and Ellzabet Hospital has recovered sufficiently to b brought to her home on West St Cath erine street today Mrs Charles OBrien of Portland entertained the following children with a tbeater party last Saturday Anna Lei Gasman Mary Fisher Mary OBriei and Marie Bertlekamp Miss Katherine Raaba and Herma Husson popular youug peopleof New Albany were married at Holy Trinity church on Wednesday morning the Rev Father Curran officiating James Flanagan one of Chicagos suc cessful business men visited his old home in New Albany on Wednesday and was for several hours the guest of his friend Capt Thomas Cannon Mrs Michael Barry who has been ill since the death of her husband was this week removed to Sts Mary and Eliza beth Hospital and her friends will be glad to know her condition Is Improving Just One Girl Iis the refrain of Jacot Buschs song since election day The little one arrived in sound condition and weighs eight pounds She will be christened Arnoldine Frances Jakes friends are calling at his home 1225 Ash atreet to admire tbe late arrival Miss Eddie Median who is spending afew weeks With hersister Mrs Tboma M Dear Jr in Lexington Okla writs that It is a glorious country and just the right place for Irish Immigrants to make tbelf future home Tbe soil is rich and peculiarly adapted for cattle and poultry raising i Miss Katherine Lucey a popular young lady of West Zane street will become Mrs Richard Ritter on the evening ol Wednesday November 29 The mar riage ceremony will be performed ia the parlors of St Louis Bertrand convent The groom elect is engaged in the tan sing business Andrew Madlqn and Miss Elizabeth Leistner popular young people of the Rut End were united in matrimony at St Vincent de Pauls church on Wednes day morning After the ceremony the young couple were tendered a reception at the home of Mr and Mrs Ben Ott 1021 Lydia street + r Miss Mary Eleanor Brown of Lexleg lob and Guy HI Locknane of Win heater were marrledatSt Pauls church Lexington on Thursday the Rev Father Barry officiating The bride is the charming daughter of Mr and Mrs G S Brown Mn Locknane is well and favorably knovfa Inl Eastern Kentucky Capt James T Duffy probably the beat taowsriver man about the three alls itla suffering from stomach roublaand is at Sb Josephs Infirmary is this city Hisphysiciaas are oftlie pinion that his ailment will yield to ruatmeHt and his friends hope to e- ehlf lly toredto 1Malth iwiUli a porttintt h ic t Fofc s w ldays past bis iocjta bayt noticdthat l3maiet EvJCirw ii ne of Bemheim j Bros b efficient loreu INSURE YOUR LIFE NOW IN THEfi ft Catholic Knights of America1 This Is the safest and cheapest Insurance society in the United States and has a special reserve fund of nearly 500000 Every Catholic man should protect his wife and children by carryibg a policy in this old and established life insurance organization- An examination of its rates will Convince you of its superiority over all others Remember that life is uncertain and delays dangerous Insure now while you can and protect your loved ones There are many branches in Louisville and applications or any de sired informationwill be furnished by officers and members or by the CENTRAL COMMITTEE NEWTON G ROGERS President I JOHN J SCORE Secretary I was unusually j happy It is wonderful how much lighter it makes one step to become a fattier The newcomer re Gently arrived at the Kirwan home 180 West Main street It has beets named Emmet after its proud papa enteiMr end Mrs Joseph Lenahan tained a small party of friends at their home on High street Those presen were Mr and Mrs Thomas Quinn Misses Nellie Ridge Florence Holsclaw Nellie Horan and Maggie Sheridan Messrs Patrick Sheehan Harry Lena ban and Frank P Burke Several of tbe party displayed rare musical ability and a very enjoyable evening was spent Miss Minnie Hoertz daughter of Jacob Hoed contractor and builder Js now considered out of danger She submitte to a serious surgical pperation at St Josephs Infirmary three weeks ago and for a time it seemed that her recover was impossible Miss Hoertz has beet prominent in affairs of St Mary Mag delens church for several years The interesting invalid is now permitted to receive her friends at the infirmary Miss Mary Bradley of Georgetown and Patrick H Mahoney of Lexington were united in matrimony at St Johns church Georgetown on Wednesday morning the Rev Father Edward JJ Healy officiating The attendants were Messrs John Bradley and D J Mahoney After a weeks brial tour Mr and Mrs Mahoney will begin housekeeping at Lexington The young people belong to prominent IrishAmerican families iin the Bluegrass region Invitations have been issued to tbe wedding of Miss Mary Catherine Gibbons and J Walter Clark which even will take place at Holy Name church at 330 oclock on Thanksgiving afternoon Misa Gibbons is the attractive ttaughtc r of Mr and Mrs Thomas Gibbons of South Louisville The groom elect was until recently in the employ of the Louis ville Nashville Railroad Company In this city but is now statained at Blue Ridge Ga where the young couple will make their home Many Louisville people attended the wedding of Miss Elizabeth Rapp and John JalIagan at St Anthonys church Jeffersonville on Wednesday morning The ceremony was performed by the Rey Father Edmund Kaiser assisted by the Rev Father Joseph Rapp of Gin cirinati a brother of the bride The bridesmaids were Misses Rose Otte and Katie Rapp and the groomsmen were Charles Gallagan and Ben Otte A reception was held at the home of tbe brides parents Mr and Mrs Fred Rapp Jeffersonville during the afternoon and evening On Thursday Mr and Mrs Gallagan left for their future home at Tuscaloosa Ala where the groom holds a responsible government position Thi many friends of the young couple showered them with congratulations Miss Mary C Betrne the attractive daughter of Officer John J Beirne was the hostess at a delightful evening entertainment at her home 1921 Twelftl street on Friday of last week Interest ing games were played and later in the evening refreshments were served Th tables were tastefully decorated with yel low and white chrysanthemums Tbos present were Mil8 Josephine Shannon Mary Elizabeth Riley Mary McCloskey Leona BBlau Mamie B Henning J Auita Smith Nellie J Sallie F and Mary Cecilia Beirne and Messrs Wilbur A Canty Virgil P Henning Harry T Dwyer George K Stitzler Herman G Bnze William B Broderick Daniel P Horau Thomas Mi Brennan John W Cofer John J Barrett John T and Joseph E Mattlngly of St Marys and John J Beirne Jr Miss M Alice Walsh and Edward D White will be united in the holy bonds of matrimony at St Louis Bertrandi church at 8 oclock Wednesday morning The Rev Father Charles P Raffo as slated by the Rev Eugene Flood O P will perform the ceremony Alter the nuptial mass a wedding breakfast will b tendered the bridal party and the Immediate relatives of the contracting parties at the home df the brides father 728 Qldbaa street The bridetobe is the charming and popular daughter of Michael J Walsh the painting contractor Mr White is a machinist in the employ of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company and fa being con gratulated oa winning such a sweet and talented bride On their return from their bridal tour Mr and Mrs White win begin keeping house at First and Hill streets AUXILIARY EUCHRE A short business Reeslon of the Ladies axillary Ancient Order of Hibernians tQhettendancewas fair udthe games were enjoyable All members of the auxiliary are irgd to be present at the next meeting to be held on the evening of Wednesday eeembter 8 when important biwlnessis totbe transacted wily p1L SMILES Vast wse aYfwtilk ttheeyeaadi- rla sirti wqi4ci IpkaB DJtloll- lSt Secretary i iWitatogiia Jockey fJ I TAT CtULEYSMonday Tuesday and Wednesday Evenings and Wednesday MatineeI COMIN THRO THE RYE Thursday Friday and Saturday Evenings and Saturday Matinee FRANK DANIELS HOPKINSHIGH CLASS VAUDUVILLB TWO snows DAILY Opening Week Beginning Sunday Nov 19 HENRIETTA DE SERRIS And her French models in Living Statuary Sylvester Jones and Fringle imperials of minstrelsy Durtonn Dolts acrobatic comedy can ines Howard Dros with their flying banjos EllisNowlan Trio acrobatic eccentriques Mit chell and Cain the Frenchman and the other fellow Violet Dale the Imitations of famous stars the Klnodrome new moving pictures BUCKINGHAMMATINEE WEES COMMENCING SUNDAY NOV 19 Whallen Bros and Mari- tllsMERRYMAKERS EXTRAVAGANZA COMPANY Two funny farcical comedies Run ning for Mayor and The Mayors Vacation Many well known come dians handsome women and 4 superb chorus GRAND EUCHRE LOTTO DRILL AND DANCE i TO BE O1VBN BY TUB C KOllROS MllII RY B ND ClUB At Phoenix Hill Hall Nov 23 1905 Tickets 25 Cents including daubing Club this week It was all caused by the arrival of a granddaughter The little one is the child of John B Dillon Jr of Covington The proud grandfather declares the young lady weighed in at ten pounds KNIGHTS OF COL1IBDS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere I Milwaukee Council will initiate a large class of candidates on Sunday November 2O- rLouisville Council is arranging to ini tiate a class on December 17 The origi ptl plan was to have bad the Initiation one week earlier Hope Council of Providence gave a grand concert and vaudeville perform ance on Tuesday evening Dancing fol lowed the enterment Le Moyne Council of Syracuse held a special meeting Wednesday night to con sider the report of the committee in charge of the new club house Keane Council of Washington D C opened its series of winter entertain ments with a lecture on Ireland by Ed ward P Harrington The lecturer used stereopticon views in illustrating his sub jectUnder the auspices of Houston Coun cil Mrs Hutcheson recently gave her illustrated lecture on Irish music The lecture was interspersed with selections bringing out various points she wished to illustrate Memphis Council will initiate a large class tomorrow Attorney James J Fitzgerald of this city was invited to vjsit Memphis and assist in conferring the degrees Unfortunately he was un able to spare the time from his legal business Itis expected that fiftyone can didates will go through MARRIAGE ANNIVERSARY- Mr and Mrs Walter Ratcliffe cele brated the twentyfourth anniversary of their marriage at their home 1710 West I Chestnut street from 2 untjl 6 oclock Thursday afternoon Among the guests were Mesdames Tischendorf Bohman Louis George and George B Parrott Vogel Timmons Dolson Hoagland Twyman Hopkins Misses Mattie Dolson and Katie and Nellie Monoban WANTS A HOME A good strong healthy Catholic boy who is willing to work is deslrious of f1tiding a good home If any of our iaders can favor hint or know some one who wants such a youth they will please ommunicate with cP care of tbe Confederate Veterans Home Pewee telley Ky NON CATtiOLlCS ATTEND At St Lucys church in Syracuse fifty persons thirty of whom are not athpllcs are attending a class of special instructions following a great mission oat ended last week FoUr Telephones twelve Vagons and Horaesthis- JmeansCuaeden Dellysr leOream quick t REMEMBERTHAT i i FURNITURE WM FMAYERt 419 W MARKET STREET IH IIH1111IH 1111 H+l 1 1 IHIIlIIMIIHlMIl ItlIMIi OUR BEST EFFORTS ARE DIRECTED TO BE RECOGNIZED AS Louisvilles Carpet Store I I excellence II- II OARJPEJTSI2I15 RUGS I Is without a peer Selection quality and prices alike aret strong champions for your favorII 5 B24 52C and +4 f4ti4I1 I I MMI I w 1 I I I flI+I MIHIIMHi I 1 H I IH U I I 1 lIt 1 NI 1 1 I I 1 I 11 1wMfo 3 Ibs of Good COFFEE SOcMY SPECIAL FRESHLY ROASTED which makes it very different grocersI45c For 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Both I1aouew lets to It II Ittlt HI HH If II tIt I I t t t I II t + t t It It II t t tt t PINK wiNEs CHAKPAOM U 1 Ali KOLJ3345 West Green Street ZJQTIPXUI ClfJAKI 444a44ia4 I f f II 11 I TOn it tll t TING T y TITTWT i if I 1 r 1- iY KEN UC Y IRISH AlIE A Mi I HHHHt 1111 1 1 11 r 1 1111 1 11 1 1 it 1 HHH1 11II1 1 II1111M STRAUBJOfH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL t DIRECTORS ftND EMBALMERS Carragea Furnb d on 1531 W MARKET STREETghertNete- HOME HII1UlJo11111111HItIII +I T PHONE 88CUMBEftLAND 123 J J BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER S3S EKST TVSTUN STREET With the assistance of my SOBS I will continue the undertaking business of my late husband under the same firm name at Ii38 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT 1 +1 1MIHoJII I II1 I 1 111M1 I 1 II1 1 II1 II IHI 1 II1 1 111 I 1111 1M1 II II 1111I IHHHH1 r 1 1 1 H1 IHIt I THOMAS KEENAN V FuneralI Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 AH call promptly attended to day or night Car J nags furaiibed for all occasion 1225 w MARKET STr y ty lMlIllMimiIIMH1HHM1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 I I H 0 II H 1Iof 1 1 JutI+I+1 HuHT I + H t + inran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 L + i OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 0 8T06 9T012 DONT YOU WANT YOUR TEETH FIXED By men of experience at the most reasonable price DR H J COUCHMAN Dentist I 551 FOURTH AVENUE opp JaG C Lewis Co Better be on the safe side and use our notlaffected JjK oreIncorporated TELEPHONE 2267 Inik aid River Louisville Ky Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plas ter Jeffenoaville Ind Telephone 555 BIG FOUR THE BEST LINE T- OIndianapplis 1 Peoria Chicago AKD ALT OIMTa IK INDIANA and MICHIGAN CllyliandjBuffalo y t Kef York Bostoi AND ALL POINTS EAST J Isfornationi cheerfully fnruUhed n application it City Tiet Ohcc yg Poor Route 669 Fourth Yeor writ1 to I J Q I AgtI+ t T DANIEL J DOUGHERTY Funeral Director and Embalmer Both Phones 2998 Carriages Furnished All Occasions All Calls Answered Promptly Day orrrNight 1231 Wr Market St Bet 12th and 13th ++ I KATIE AGNES SMITH Formerly of Gran W Smiths Sons LADY EMBALMER Washing and dressing ladies and chil dren a specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reasonable prices All calls answered promptly day or night Home phone 1677 Office 652 Fifth Street C Je SCHNEIDERDEALER Hams BaconPork Lard Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Filth and Green Streets TELEPHONE 2241 MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTERO- PEN DAY AND NIQHT 504 W Jefferson StrictOTTO B YENT Proprietor Home Phone 47is Cum 1I30 JW60NNOR BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR DEALER IN LUMBER SASH DOORS BLINDS LATHS SHINGLES AND ALL KINDS OF LUMBER 21252127 Twentysixth Street BOMB PHONE 8S1X HENRYAIJ1ft J PPOLSiU DYER AND CLEANER Ladies and Gents Wearing Aifanl t WORK BUARANTEEB fIiHU6jS 528 Fifth Street Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGE LOUIS WABNITZ CO PrwrWirs I T CALL ON US AT OUR NEW STORE LARGEST IN THE 628 and West Market Street Ky 4T AI T IINP T A AT T T TOURNAMENT Y M I and Hiber nian Tramps Takes Place Monday Night04 ij Quite an event will be the bowling tournament between rival teams from Division 4 A O H and Trinity Coun cil Y M I at Grotes alleys on Mon day night Joseph P McGinn will captain the Hibernian team and Albert F Martin will act in a similar capacity for Trinity Council Messrs McGinn and Martin are great friends and likewise great rivals They have worjiedtogetber and fought together and n1w they ate going to oppose each otheras bowlers Of coursejevery member of Division 4 wants to see McGinns team victorious1l and the majority ffioseln the division will be on hand to dicer their team to victory Members of Divisions I 2 and 3 will also flock in great numbers to witness the tournament It goes almost without saying that Trinity Council will send a full coterie of representatives to root for Capt Martins team Members of Satolli and Mackin will also be on hand to hold up the V M I end Trinitys team will be made up as fol lows Bin Schalk E j Mpnnier Gus Wempe Albert Zirnbeldt John J Gar rity Richard A Hill and Adolph Meyer Capt McGinns team will be made up of the best bowlers in Division The chances are that Grote will hang out the SR 0 sign Jeremiah ODonovart Rossa Has Just Sailed For Ireland Jeremiah ODonovan Rossa of New York sailed for Queenstown Ireland on Saturday More than 500 of his exiled countrymen were at the Cunard line pier to bid him goodby Mr Rossa goes to take a life under the Cork Council Among those who bade him Godspeed on his journey were Peter J Ryan James Keely and OMeaber Coudon These three like ODonovan Just before the ship sailed Mr Rossa said I have grown to love America but the call from my own country is too strong for me to resist My wife and youngest two daughters go with me1t FATHER PHELANS PLAN The Rev Father John Phelan of Mar cus Iowa has aroused considerable interest in Hibernian circles by his plan to ameliorate the condition of the people in Ireland He suggests that a large tract of cotton lands be bought in Texas and that the product be devoted to the in active cotton mills in Ireland Father Phelan solicits the purchase of bares of stock among the H4ernians In order to raise f200000 These shares are to be placed on the market at J5 each He figures that it will be a paying investment even though not a shipload of cot ton reaches Erins shoe FRIENDS AREi PLEASED It was gratifying to his many friends to learn that James B Dillon has been appointed chjef operator for the Western Union Telegraph Company at Memphis Mr Dillon is an expert electrician and has been with the company eighteen years in this city For several year past he lies been chief traffic manager He assumed his new duties on Wednes day CHARITY The Mary and Martha Society of St Patricks church in Covlngtou gave a supper and bazar on Tuesday night Quite a nice sum was realized The funds will be devoted to the care of the poor DRILL AND DANCE A grand euchre lotto drill anddance will be given by the C KollroM Military Band at Phoenix Hill Park oa the even lug of Thursday November 23A pleas ant evening fis assured all who attend RBCIIVED 1Y POPE J The Right Rev Bishop Byrne of Nash villa who Is paying his aid Htnltw visit to Rome 1 was recuvtclj audlJ eW bIbitt Bon JIIIJlie Mi ua it sn n rua r We have the largestStore and the SweUest Stock of House Furnishings in Louisville the sight of whichwill be worth your time You dont need clUb to buy from us PAY WHAT YOU CAN CASH BALANCE TO SUIT YOUR CONVENIENCE Bucks HottBlastV i rr aniordinary heattr but consumes but a trifle over half the same amount of fuel t85Os 24 you dont need to pay cash for one of these fl wonderful beaters 2 casn 50c a weeK We show the BUCKS HOT BLAST in several N different designs and in all the various sizef pj Come in end let us explain the hot blast ptin tnciple to you M HOUSEFURNISHERS WORLD RHODESBURFORD FURNITURE CO 630 Louisville TMOMnI Between GONEItOME Secretaryship prisonsbecause COVINOTON El- And SOCIETF DIRECTORY I t o O HP DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month BarryVice J Sullivan Recording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank street- Treasurer Thomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets FridayEvening PresidentCon J Ford i j Vice President John J Sullivan Recording Secretary Joe Lynch Financial Secretary john T Keaney 1335 Rogers etreet treasurerGiven Keirsn- DIVISIONS I Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice President Patrick J Welch Recording Secretary John Morris Financial Secretary Daniel Douglt ertyTreasurerD J Coleman BegleySergeantatAras JRilcv p DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Pourth Wedn es day Evenings of Each Month President John H mesay Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording Secretary ThoSi Callahan PinanciaISecretatfoe P McGinn 515 West chestnut- AssistantDave Reilly Treasurer Williaai J Connelly DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLB Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County PresidentMichaellKiJlne- yPresidentRobert Gleason Vice PresidentMichael Breen Recording Secretary jMarphyJr Financial Secretary Thotaas GJcaeou TreasurerLouis Constantine s Marshal Peter Madden DoorkeeperOwen McCann Banner Carrier Cawrence Ford Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club Roux 530Twent sixth Street President William Kerberg First Vice President W Bhaugbuessy Second Vice President B J Sands Recording Secretary Frank Morgan Financial Secretary George J Lautz Corresponding Secretary p Lanahan SteltenpoblMarshalJohn Inside Sentinel John Stewart Outside Sentinel Patrick Mullarkey SATOLLI COUNCIL 193 Meets Every Monday Evening at Club Rooms wells Building 636 4th Ave President John J Crotty First Vice President William J OConnorSecond Vice President J J Kava nigh Financial Secretary Will P McDon ogb 1212 Sixth Street Recording Secretary Jos Lenihafa Corresponding Secretary J Fahey Treasurer James B Perry MarshalGeorge S Zorn Inside Sentinel Joseph Kelly Outside SentnelSam1 J Boldrick Qve year boys sg edBHtloa that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by lhexaverlanBrotbenClaseial Scientific and Business Courses Preparatory Department Iarge Swimming Pool Wen Equipped Gymnasium Terms Moderate Bro James Dlr FOR WORTHY CAUSE The Catholic ladies of New Albany have arranged to give a bazar at St Jocephy Hall East Eighth street near Spring daring Thanksgiving week The proceeds will be used In defraying the expaaaea of repalatlag and decora ting St Edwards Hoapital1 STILt HUSTLING TrlnityCouaotls baseballanddancing club has arranged to give a euchre and dance at the club house 718 Halt Gray street oaThanksgiving eve November 29Capt Albert F Martin will be In charges will see that all present enjoy a pleasant evening Cuscadena Pure ICCrOen for WAddnga and PArtiR- Ragib I t r Ph1wj e 5A8 I I A STRONG TEAM v To Pull For Success of New Clear Manufactory In the CHy A new concern that is bound to succeed is the Southern Cigar Manufacturing Company dealers and manufacturers of imported and domestic cigars The fac tory and salesrooms are located at 534 Camp street With John Hattmann as general manager and Ben Speaker as representative there is no chance of failure Mr Hatcmann understands the art of tnaqafactutlng good smokers and Ben Speaker knows how to dispose of them to his friends and they are legion Ben can sing a song tell a story or sympathize with you in time of trouble While he declares he never kissed the Blarney stone there are many who believe he has kissed something just as good The Kentucky Irish American recommends Sen and the new firm to its patrons and friends RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Mrs Mary McCougby who died Saturday took place from the chapel in Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hos pital on Monday morning The deceased was elghtyfour years old and is survived by two children James F Leary and Sister Mary Agathina The funeral of the infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Harry Speckman took place from the family residence 1841 ttytle street Monday afternoon The conieoledsympathyiover one The funeral of Mrs Bridget Davern who died suddenly at her home 2522 Portland avenue on Friday of last week took place from St Patricks church at 2 o1dock Sunday afternoon Her bus bandjohn Davern has received the y by of many friends in his bereave ment Thomas Connelly thirtyfour yean old died suddenly of heart disease at his fathers home 347 Franklin street last Friday night The deceased was the eon of Patrick Connelly an L N blacksmith and was highly esteemed The funeral took place from St Johns church OB Monday morning William Hanrahan an old and respected resident died at his home 627 Hancock street on Saturday morning The deceased was born in Ireland sixty three years ago His funeral took place from St Michaels church on Monday morning Many of his friends attended and followed the remains to their last resting place in St Louts cemetery Joseph M Balder an aged and re spected citizen of Louisville died at the residence of his soninlaw Martin J Duffy 1308 Beechwood avenue Wednes day morning The deceased was a rest dent of this city for forty years The funeral took place from St Brigida church on Thursday morning Two children survive Mrs Martin J Duffy and Joseph D Balder the architect LEAP YEAR I The Leap year reception and dance to be gives at Schreibers Hall next Tues day night by the Chas De Fees Club promises to be a most enjoyable affair This club Includes a number of the best known ladies of the West End and their social functions are always largely at I teatedlndTery successful ODES TO SISTERS The stove disposed of for the benefit of St Augustines Church in Jeffersonville Ilast Friday night was won by the Sisters of Providence It was donated to the congregation by Joseph F Wagner the well known Louisville tinner SATOLLIS DANCE The Amusement Committee of Satolli Council y M i have issued invita tions to a dance to be given at the New ontheGood music will be In attendance and a pleasant time is assured all who attewl 1 jo for your iobnttgg NutI NDdr aponable pricest OK FEHR BREWING OWI brewers and Bottlerst LOUISVILLE KY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged I rEr ID1I301T3x iBSO Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts DRINK O Taut1 I BREWED B- YENNACKERMAN BR ING COMPANYINCORPORArED TELEPHONE 4B2 LOITII9RILLIO KY jCumb Phone lain 1913 Home Phone 1913 rUE WIEDEMANNBREWING s Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky ASK FOR DIERSENS 1 FINE DARI BEER e Telephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST EEERS MA JOHN F OERTEL BUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KYllJOHN E FRANK t WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY 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1948234 Sixik Street WINES LIQUORS CLAMS VALS I SALOONiVAL l Hot Lunch every morning fro to 1230 oclock 442 GREEN BT GO ro Pioneer Bottling FOR IISTRAIGHT rio Ju- La pl13 WEST BR 4 Lw k w f13iNi UOKY IEtlSHAJlIERIOAN I Custom Quality Suits AT 5j 750 10 12 X 15 20 25 Are Unsurpassed in style and workmanship Everybody wants them Thats why the b- usy1FGSTOREJS I IrITHEiSBIG STORE 424 to St 434 Filth West I MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO Jf I THE HOUSE TH AT PLATT BUILT f Everything Uptodate in J II1 MENS FURNISHINGS I Shirts to Order Wedding I Outfits SpecialtiesFourth N SID PLATT and Main I JOHN II COIBMAK DICK SHANMJY Secretary YNM o OUR BIG REMODELING PIANO SALE IS STILL GOING ON As we in the beginning we had to dispose of at least 400 and we will have to do so before our of remodeling can be A Piano sale like this is not the every year and we see no reason s why everyone not take advantage of it A of alifetime to a good Piano for a little money Why let It pin without at least coming In to see just what you can doagood idea dont you think Your car fare will be well invested Jf you only come in to look at our Piano bargains Now is the ti- meMONTENEGROmRIEHM MUSIC CO 43flt Oe3O FOURTH AVENUE ets sss 0 TUB Gllk fie ROQ6FS BOOK GO + PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE + Give us a call and Inspect our line of goods They are the a finest of their kind in the city n BOOKS JffKOAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 w Jefferson Street 1 HHHHHI 1 iMH1 I I 1 HHJt IS 1IHI I II119I 111Fd2I I 7II+4IIi H+ STRAIGHT CREEK COAL IT Pleases the Hard to Please SCANLON = JONES COAL CO Incorporated Yards9th Kentucky 7th Magnolia + 1st P Sts Frankfort Ave L N R R BOTU PHONES LOCI IH H H H I I I 110 I+ t4IIIIoJIM1 I 11 I 1 1 HH I 11 r 1 mum1111 1111 1 I HI I HHI HI HKMHH1 j UNION ICE CREAM CO f If want a nice dessert your dinner t telephone us your order l1U1a Cream per gal GOc Strawberry Chocolate 75c 1IFISestv four flavors per gal Market between Fourth and Our President stated Pianos plans started offered public fbould chance obtain HH1 and and and and you for All kinds of Sherbet pcr gal 6Oc tto 75c + 150c i I 1 ICE CREAM CO 627633 EIGHTH STREET I IUNION to shipping orders Home phone 2144 Cumb main 389 I t I I tHI I HHI+J I 1F Ii1M1IIII1J1 1 us fk yow Hay Corn ad Oats Both 19 a N i lgepl stlttathssef tM CYpe r fetKCIhKIcy typewriter i tk fN all qt and TRY it iWfi5 THIS FLOUR f1 NoniBetterrr SAVE PREMIUM TICKETS I hoNe Pfcoses andNGl3Rdg8zJne exabte Silbert CorpanNOORM- DIIAygD Ijtr IaMMtl LLwrtr dtlus- etys mmt Book aa- Patrlox muwv cnirtra i reeri A outs itUe G eEstablished In 1845 T iiTSil330338 WEST MARKET ST i I = = = = == C = = = C i STYLE AND VALUE IN THESEWA TAILORED COATS i fcX FOR LADIES AND MISSY a Ladies 4d inch Castor Cloth Coats made in P 9 so the new Emplte style strapped front and black shawl collar Inlaid velvet trlmmedj tucked sleeves tarn back cuffs body and sleeves satin lined a Ladies 40 Inch Coats doublebreasted styleI5 98 double platted back made of allwool over plaid in gray blue and Oxford front of coat trimmed with double row of large pearl buttons SEOOND FLOOR i Childrens Coats item we quote in Cloaks for is of special worth sizes from IIEvery years Cloth Coat long loose fitting style1 U UiuO belted back trimmed with gilt buttons material is wool cloth in blue or brown mr oo Cheviot Cloth Coat heavy quality Cheviot I CpOiUO in blue or brown front and back plaited full sleeves gilt buttons etoee etote t represent possible 98Fine j00 Hotiltall PresentsNewest and most up to date goods all kinds arriving have large and carefully selected from which can select some thing now make a small deposit andwe will until or Christmas Diamonds Watches Jewelry Novelties at prices that within all purchasers BRUN JEWELRY HOUSEE Q3Q IRELAND Record of the Most Important off the Recent Events Culled Exchanges A branch of the Irish National Foresters has been established in Arklow Martin McDonnell of Roscommon 1 died recently at the advanced age off ninetyseven years Leinster won over Munster by a score of 8 to 5 in the fipal of the Railway Shields football competition The East and West Limerick Executive have adopted the National Directory resolutions Owing to the fact that ladies would no DC allowed to attend the proposed swim ming gala at Cork has been abandonedi this year Mss Cooper has been elected the Board of Guardians to the position of trained at the Work house hospital Satisfactory reports have been submit ted by James Henry SecretaryTreas urer of the Colerane Library and Me chanics Institute- A torchlight procession met John Red mond MP while he was en route to Loughrea The whole town was illumi nated in his honor The Bishop oaf Galway has sent 50I toward the fund for the relief of the families afflicted by the recent boatin disaster in Garaffin Bay The outbuildings and a large quantity of hay straw sad oats the property off Mrs Corcoran Doone near Athlone were destroyed fire recently A very successful aeridheacht unde the auspices of the local branch of th Gaelic League was held at Knockanevin More than SOU persons attended The Kilkenny County Council has decided not to cooperate with the Water ford Borough Council for the purchase of the bridge and ferry over the Suhv Isaac Alexander a farmer has been fined for having sheep affected with scab in his possession and failing to notify the proper authorities in Dromara Richard Mbloney a rising young so licitor of Lismore and Miss Teresa Rebecca Burke of Carlow were united in marriage last week in the Carlow CathedralHenry J Shimming a cyclist of national reputation collided with an unknown cyclist during a night spin at Belfast Shimmins received injuries which resulted in his death Thomas OShea and Thomas Atkins of Dublin have been indicted oti the charge of wickedly maliciously and seditiously publishing a circular concerning King Edwards Government and forces Owing to the revival of industrial development I in Ireland copper supply Is becoming a of interest En enraging reports are coming from Ue once famous Bonmahon mines of County WaterfordThe tR vDrQDea Bishop of Clonfert bent a letter to a meeting at Loughrea in which ha referred to the unity otthe Irish party and to the grievances in connection with Queens I College in Galway i Thejwrish of Banska is mourning recentt death of Its pastor the Rev Dr t Lawrence Hayaa While comparatively 1 a young man Father Hayes WM regarded 1 as the mot distinguished theologian ia 1 thdioccK of Ca b L Atthe 1a MtaUj G u 30 Inch Coats made up in the nobby puaalutourist style the is light gray ground with a dash of black hue making it very effective coat has on the back fc 12 OQ plaidbackU i3O extends from voke full length of coat in back and gives smart swaggish effect body satin lined SECOND FLOOR 0 Ladies Suits IHere are values that the cream of fashion and finest workmanship at the lowest prices Cheviot Suits in blue brown and 3 I2 full blouse fitting or tight long coat plaited flounce skirt JJfl QO Fine Broadcloth Suits in green plum blue Cp rii9O brown and black closefitting coat or blouse strapped and velvet tdmmed or applique new skirt 00t 0 OOQOQ 0 of are daily We a stock you Thanksgiving for you and are the reach of N VEST ltJARKET STREET From Committees by Killarney nurse by the matter the belt half f ing of the Tipperary Board of Guardians I a resolution of regret was adopted and the board adjourned without transacting any other business Mayor John William Lynch of BelI voir County Clare has been appointedI administrator of the affairs of Dr EdwardI Fitzgerald Stapleton of Dublin hisi nephew Dr Stapleton died infests and left property worth 70000 At the Galway petty sessions the mag I JohnIi Ifria name was printed in Irish and t magistrates deemed that sufficient At a recent Gaelic League meeting held at the Cross at Kilmore County Roscommon more than 2000 prtke e their branch of the League what it formerly was the strongest in IrelandI Resolutions were passed indorsing the national directory A Government steno grapber present took notes of the speeches of J ODowe M P and John P Hayden M P When Mr OMulloy folI lowed with an address in Gaelic th shorthand man ores completely bevel1l dered and the crowd laughed heartily at his expense AMUSEMENTS A beautiful idyllic drama York Stat made a hit here tlest sea son will be the offering at Masonic reaglife in rural scenery has been carefully locked after Tber- will be the usual matinees on Tuesday Thursday and Saturday Comln1 Thro1 the Rye a new must cal comedy with pretty girls pleasingly thee attraction at Macauleys Theater durh the first half of next week During th last half Frank Daniels an old time Louisyille favorite will be seen in his amusing comedy Sergeant Brue There will be matinees on Wednesda- and Saturday Another exceptionally good vaudeville bill is promised by the management of Hopkins Theater for next week The headliner will be Henrietta De Serris famous French sculptress Besides there singingdancingJames Buttona trained dogs will fill out the bill The usual matinees will be given every afternoon Hopkins attractions continue to play to crowded Whallen Bros and Marfells Merrymakers 1 Extravaganza Company will present two farcical comedies Running f For Mayor 8ud4Tbe Mayors Vacation at the Buckingham Theater next week In the ollo will be seen such splendid artiste aa Brown and Rob 1 inson Strouse and Young refined duet its1 Sherman and Fuller tumblers and the twentieth century m rvels the three Alexander and Brady under the personal directlottof Mile Bartolettl COUNTY BO RD f ii The County Boardof the Ancient Order Hibernians will meet on the even ibgiof Friday Noyetaber 34 and regn larlyon the fourth Frid y of each mouth thereafter Heretofore the board met occasionally or certain r officers Of late UwbiwitMM kai ho incrMthat it Uui bserfleeeaed adyta able tot1 aoh aojil 100- I 0 oMail Orders PromptlyFilled material 0000i hold Folkstwhich houses brothers atJecd1of I HIBERNIANSI What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes toDivision 14 of Providence reports 188 members in good standing and 1600 in the treasury President Barry would like to see a larger attendance at the meetings of 1eThe decision of the County Board to meet monthly on the fourth Friday will meet with universal approval ISMilitary companies A Band C of Di vision 6 of SL Louis gave a grand milt tary ball on Wednesday evening At Lynn Mass Division 17 gave a smoke talk Incidentally the members gave exhibitions of jig and buck dancing Division 3 of St Joseph Mo has moved into new quarters The rooms are furnished with a library card table etcDont meetinglThere will be something doing all the timeDivision 4 of Patterson N J has ar ranged for a lecture to be given by the Coyneeon evening Members of Division 3 are expected to turn out in llarge numbers Monday night There will be sonic matters presented InteresteHibernianism and Its Mission in America lass the subject of a lecture recently delivered by the Rev Father MH OIaverty before Division 86 of New York The St Louis County Board will give eveningeare expected to invite their friends to these affairs presidedygiven under the auspices of the Hudson storyewere the features of the programme The attendance at meetings has not beaEvery member owes ft to himself and the division to which be belongs to be present at one meeting in each month Shamrock and Rose a romantic Irish drama was presented by the Savan nah Ladies Auxiliary before an audience of 800 After the dramatic performance dancing was engaged in for several brume Division 20I Hartford Conn celebrated its thirtyfourth anniversary recently with a literary and musical pro gramme During the evening the second and third degrees were conferred on thirtyfive members Members of Division 15 of Scranton have inaugurated a movement to do away with expensive funerals Street- carS wiirbe the means of transporting dead and living to the cemetery The Right Rev Bishop H ban is aupporting the movement and the Scranton Traction Company has agreed to fit up TJ arIor mourners with a suitable place the corpse atone end forII C IC of AThe Catholics of can boast of a Catholic order that offers safe life insurance at a coast that Iis not beyond their means For that reason the Catholic Knights of America i areI prelateWritejniNtwI Or1 ansLiior to Secretary Anthony Matre MerniodJaccard hUdiUC Std o n o I + HH t + t H H tn ttH JItt GREATsALEOF IRON BEDSAT GREENESBeing the Largest Handlers of Iron Beds in Louisville We show the best variety and most handsome designs at the low est prices ranging From 250 to 25 JAMES GREENEj1 425 427 429 f Et fi J i J BE SURE TO CALL FOR 00 McKENNA I I I WHISKY It IS ALWAYS PURE ttH McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky f U t u tt t t tt tU t U t H e S MKDDIS JOS DOUGHERTY W J MAGEE Pres and Gen Mgr Retail Manager Secretary Botlx PJfeorxoa 10 LOUISVILLE COAL A COKE COMPANY 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