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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s3 iP- AJ r- I f t I ti yiIE m FVNO i 21 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 25 1905 PRICE FIVE C13NIT r f SOLEMN 1 tf 1 f CeremoslesYYild- is Mark w Anni u yersary of Comiecratlon I of St Johns l tAReminiscences of Days Long t tGoneI r and Prelates Now 2fo More I Venerable Pastor and Congre gation Recipients of MaRY Blessings N FORMER PlilSHIOIBBS ARE IH1- TBDi Tomorrow will be solemnly celebrated tile forty fifth anniversary of the conse cration of St Johns church at Clay and Walnut streets It was after the Cathedral the first English speaking church in the city to be consecrated Solemn high mass will be celebrated by the Franciscan fathers from St Boniface convent and the sermon will be preached + by the Very Rev Father Lawrence Bax From several of the older parishioners a representative of the Kentucky Irish J American gained the following facts concerning the consecration of the church which took place on December 2 1860 The consecrator was his Grace the Most Rev Archbishop Purcell of Cincinnati who also celebrated Pontifi cal mass The Right Rev Martin John Spalding the Bishop of Louisville after ward Archbishop of Baltimore preached the sermon In the sanctuary and assisting at the solemn ceremonies were the Right Rev Bishop Rosencranz auxiliary to the Archbishop of Cincinnati the Very Rev Father Ben J Spalding Vicar General of the diocese of Louisville and many of the clergy of this diocese Be sides the reverend clergy all the socie ties of Catholics both German and Eng lish speaking attended in a body Many of them marched in procession through the principal streets of the city en route to St Johns In these days the spirit of Know othinglsm was still rampant yet no demonstration was made against the Catholic societies marching to the consecration services c3O PlaiaM- ostM Rev Archbishop Purcell delivered a lecture The church was crowded as it was in the morning His Grace gave great credit to St Johns congregation poor though it was for having in so short a timeenabled the pastor who by the way is still the pastor to finish paying the debt on the church sufficiently to allow it to be consecrated Archbishop Purcell also wished the congregation Godspeed in its work It would indeed- seem that the blessing of that good pre late has brought down the blessiug of heaven on St Johns church on the con gregation and the venerable pastor Father Bax For through all the diffi culties of poverty the vicissitudes the civilwar which almost immediately fol lowed the consecration the pastor with tHe aid of his congregation completed his church and has from time to time embellished it so that today St Johns is one of the handsomest and finest in the city and diocese This toonot withstanding the fact that the parish has + been curtailed from time to time by the building of new congregations within the territory that once belonged to St Johns In those old days Father Bnx had 500 families to look after with first communion classes of 250 children of thirty funerals aand an average month But in I860 St Michaels con gregation was formed end in 1872 St Brigids parish cut off more of St Johns territory Still = later came the Church of the Blessed Sacrament or SL Columbias as it was then called St Aloysin St MaryMagdalena and St F PaulsAnd yet St Johns congregation it still flourishing and vigorous It will be a pleasure to many of his former parishion ers to visit St Johns tomorrow to assist t at the anniversary of the consecration just as it will be a pleasure to Father flax to have them there During th nearly fifty years tbathehAsbeenpastqt of the congregrtion he has rejoiced with them at births and marriages and hasi sorrowed with them in the deaths of their loved ones He has consoled themI in their griefs and hasnot failed toreit bake them or tlieir offenses sg inst law oTGodvi laaheoldertdaya8t loaIIi was an entirely English speaking congregation In fact the majority of thet people were Irish and they found in himIi M who ie nnowthettteperatiletgrayf haltfFI1 pastor s realusoitgarthiaroo Tomorrow afternoon at 3 oclock solemnn vespers will be sung and after benedic lion of the stoat blessed Mcmmeat the5 congregation Will join with tthe choir lin vtnging a solemn Te Deum in thanks giving for the masy blessings showered nporf the priest and people of SU Johns During both the morning and after noon services the choir under the dire tiou of Miss Dymphna Vceuetnaa will BtieI B appropriate FATHER MELODYS APPOINTMENT The Rev Father Michael Melody ha4 been appointed chaplain of the School o Rwfena to succeed the Rev Paths Huh Brady who resigned on accouai ot Irk navy oer duties Es M kdy bas been for several years hap lain 0I1t Vincents Orphan Asluui1 c u n He will hold the chaplaincy of both places Father Melody is one of Jhe most faithful humble and energetic priests in the diocese Whatever he has been assigned to dhe has always given his lull heart and soul If be is not rewarded Intbls world for faithful services he wilt be in the next STRANGE SCENE I Dublin University Students Sana God Save Ireland to Disgust of Tutors An uuprecedented scene marked the close of the proceedings of the conferring of degrees In the Royal University o Dublin last Friday A large body of students ascended to the organ loft and took possession of the instrument Then they sang God Save Ireland during the proceedings and furtherdeclared that they would not allow God Save the ling to be played It was impossible to subdue the stud ents and the members of the University Senate had to leave the hall amid the strains of the popular ballad commemo rating the execution of the Manchester martyrs WEEKS MISSION To Be Conducted In Jeffer sonvllle by Noted Pas slonisr Orators A mission will begin at St Augustines church Jeflersonville at the late mass tomorrow morning and will continue one week The Rev Fathers Erasmus and Michael of the Passionist order will conduct the mission The Rev Father John OConnell pastor of St Augus tines is very anxious that every mem ber of his parish make the mission Both Fathers Michael and Erasmus are noted pulpit orators and have been heard at many missions in Louisville aud other parts of this diocese SSFAREWELL SUPPER RevFafher Volz Takes Leave of His Male Choir on November 17 The Very Rev Par J R Volz 0- 1hpdar of9C1rrttldB2ttiafid8c6ltvenl- gave a farewell supper to the members of the male choir of the Dominican church on Friday of last week Among those present were the Very Rev Father Volz the Rev Fathers Clark Flood and Heenan of St Louis Bertrands and Dr C A Edelin George J Mottschtnann Edward J and William McDonogh Ben and William Imorde George Carney Edward L Pope Joseph Gasper Frank A McDotojb J G Rahm William T McNally Mark Thome Milton Lavely and John J Crotty After the cigars had been lighted Father Volz announced that he had called them together to bid them farewell and to thank them for their services in helping him introduce Gregorian music into the city Other members of the choir made feeling responses The evening closed with several musical selections by Prof Hemmersbach Sr VERY SUDDEN Was the Death oP Stonewall J Buiford Prominent In Business Circles Stonewall Jackson Burford the junior memberuf the RbodesBurford Furniture Company died at St Josephs Infirmary at 2 oclock Tuesday morning He had been ill less than a week and until a few hours before his demise his death was unexpected On Wednesday of last week he went to French Lick Springs seeking to rid himself of a cold but the disease developed into pneumonia On Monday he was brought from French Lick to Louisville and taken to St Josephs In firmary Death ensued seven hours later When the end came Mrs Burford was presenteMr Burford was born in Jefferson county fortyone years ago and had lived here all his life In 1880 he engaged in business with A G Rhodes of Atlanta Ga They opened a small furniture store on West Market street From this small badeBeat ttit grew inlet a chain of forty three stores which Includel nearly all the large cities in the South and West Notwithstanding his many interests Mr Burford always made his home in Leaisville Iud jraooaliy conducted the local store ofr his company Sixteen years ago he mar ried Miss Cantrell of Cairo 111 who with three children Miss Marguerite John and Stonewall Jackson Jr survive him His aged father now eightyseven I years old also survives His death is ai loss to the business community CITYcI I I George Koehler a prominent New I York building contractor spent the beellt part of this week ia Louisville visitingi i friends He was extensively entertainedI by Dr John T Cbawk Mr Koehlei Itt coos loud in his praise of Louisville It While he la an ardent Gotfaamite Mr t Ko hler insists that Louisville is hit rrettiectty We ever saw He will vW Lexington awl Nashville before return foghorn o- J c I QUESTION Of the Day to Irishmen What Will Premier Balfour Do- Kings Edward Has Power to Dissolve Parliament If He Desires Irish Unity Will Mean the Key RulefLater WHAT PEOPLE OF IRELARD WANT To Irishmen both at home andabroad the all important question now is How long will Balfour and his Government cling to office Balfours Government has been defeated in the House of Com mons and yet contrary to all precedents has clung to its offices A dissolution of Parliament would mean an overwhelm ing disaster for the Balfour Government- It is true that Balfours methods are supported by a majority of eighty mem bers but not one of these are seeking re election hence the majority is a false oneKing Edward has it in his power to break what we Americans would call a deadlock by insisting on the dissolution of Parliament or by dismissing Balfour and his colleagues Will Edward use his prerogative or will he play the part of other English monarchs and aid in the oppression of Ireloud With Parliament dessolved and a new House to be elected the Irish party would sweep everything before it The Irish are united as they never have been before The United Irish League Labor Associa tion the Gaelic League the Irish Indus trial Development Association the young and the old Irelander are all working together for unity and home rule It is true that different men favor different means of bringing about the desired re sult yet should the occasion come a consummation devoutly to be wished all classes will unite in electing to Par liament men who are able vigilant and pledged to house rule Ireland for the Iilphaat d jrlsh HItehad Actions speak louder than words votes are more significant than speeches The members of Parliament from England Scotland and Wales have shown that they are opposed to Balfour misrule of IrelandWhen Balfour finally yields or when Edward VII insists on the abdication of the Balfour Ministry a new election will be necessary A new Parliament will be chosen that will elect men from every quarter of the British Isles who are pledged to support home rule for Ireland Why Bocause the Irish party holds the balance of power It will not permit any legislation to be enacted until Irish affairs have been acted upon and until the prevailing conditions have been amelioratedBalfours only hope is a lack of unity in the Irish party At present he seems doomed to disappointment From Kerry to Belfast from the hills of Connemara to Dublin the Irish people are united in their demands for certain rights An epitome of these rights is contained in a series of resolutions recently passed at a meeting at KiUeentierna in East Kerry These resolutions pledge unchanging support to the home rule movementand declaring that the only means of secur ing it is by thecontinued support of the policy of the United Irish Parliamentary party by a united and organized people calling for improvements in the condi tion of the laborers reiterating the demand for a national university to which Catholics can send their children calling for an amendment of the land act of 1903 which would bring about the immediate sale and the restoration of the evicted tenants pledging warm support to the Gaelic language and the indus trial movement and the town tenants movementThese resolutions include about all that the Irish people are asking for now As a matter of course many believe that home rule will be but a stepping stone to Irish independence Well and good I But get home tale first One great thing is now necessary to the success of home rule for Ireland and that is Irish unity I DEVOTED NUN Succumbs to Heart Disease After Service of Thirty Years Sister Catherine of the order of Fran ciscaa nuns and a teacher in the academy conducted by that order in New Albany died atSt Edwards Hospital at noon Monday She had suffered from heart disease for several weeks and her death was not unexpected Sister Catherine wall known in the world as Miss Margaret Dryden She was a native of Cincinnati where she was born fiftysix years ago The de ceased was greatly beloved by the chit r area over whom she had control OnI Tuesday morning her remains were MBt tp the Franciscan motherhouse at Olden 6 berg where abe took bar yowa mere that It thirty years ago Her bodywaa la tetrad ia the cemeterypdjoiuinglhe ion veat o n 0 I IHAlID FOUGHT Was the Gloriously Won eat tie of Hibernians Over Trinity A picked teaw from Division 4 A O H met and defeated a picked team from Trinity Council Y M I in a bowling mutest at Grote alleys oh Jefferson street between fourth and Fifth on Monday night The contest was friendly yet strenuous groan start to finish rind when it was ovtr the contestants were just aa good friends ali before the gamy started notwithstanding the chaffing ia dinged in by individual members The Hibernian team had the support of a band of rooters ybo inherit the love of sport while Trinitys players were as ardently supported by rooters descended from the Knickerbockers who bowled on the green long before wooden alleys were constructedIt merry crowd that assembled to participate in and witness the games Joseph P McGinnJ captain and manager of the Hibernian team headed a bunch of rooters which included Dave ReillyI Austin Walsh Lois Glass Tom Lynch and Bernard McGinn Albert F Martin captain and manager of the Trinity team brought with hicakuch rooting enthuse Ilasts as Frank bt yer Tom GarveyI I Richard Hill Harrv A Veeneman andII Henry Veeneman Messrs McGinn andII Martin chose to dire t their players fromII the bench while Ben Schalk was ap pointed to actively direct the work of Trinitys boys and John J Barry to perform J a like duty fort Hibernians Thec two teams lined up as ollows Trinity Ben Schalk Henry Relllng I Henry Wempe Adol h Meyer EmileII iMonier and Albert Zlrl1 eld NHibernians John J parry Frank PII Burke Paul Coleman Tomas Barry andc Dennis J GleesonJ The game began with the understand 1 ing that it was tp le played according to regulation rules and the team losing two 1 out of three games was to pay foftkie use of the alleys The players rolled in the order given above and the game wast on From the start the rooters got inc their work jeering one side and ap plauding the other J The first game Resulted in a score oft868 for the Hlber lns as against 767 fortTrinity By thisUime the nerves of the bowlers were key ea to the highest pitcht and the second gajtae was fast and furfc one Trinity bowled well and appeared tope1 Jpvjacible thcBlbersianawere just a little bit better and they rolled np 1 a total of 884 as against 846 for Trinity or majority of thirtyeight pins Still the battle went on and when thefsmoke clearned away after the third game Trinity bad 723 points to 830 for the Hibernians a victory for the latterI by 107 pins So the contest ended with the Hibernians victors in each of theI three games For several weeks prior to the contest a rivalry had been worked up on account of the two captains Messrst McGinn and Martin They have beenbfriends and associates for years a IbowlingI with a will and aroused enthusiasm among their respective followers The result was McGinns victory but even now he is willing to give Capt Martin a and his friends another chancetThe scores by men were as foil ows Hibernians 1stGame 2d Game J Barry 180 175 189 141 146 Coleman 153 224 136 T Barry 193 182 167 Gleeson 168 162 192 Totals 868 884 830 t W Trinity Council 1stGame 2dGame IcGameIc Burke174 3dGame I Schalk i 176 172 1- 80Reiling1137 126 Wempek 122 197 1- 63Meyern144 107 Monier 188 216 140cc Zlrnheld 154 1141 Totals 767 846 723 I j CLERGY CONFER SemiAnnual Conference of Priests Tributary to New Albany Deanery The priests in charge of the various Catholic parishes tributary to New Al bany held their semiannual conference at St Marys church in that city on Wednesday the Very Rev Dean Faller presidingThe clergymen were present Rev John OConnell of Jeffersonville Rev Charles Clever Bradford Rev A Peckskamp Laneevllte Rev John J Gabriel St Josephs Hill Rev J H Hlllebrand St Marysof the Knobsthe- Rev Charles Wagner Starlight Rev William H Gordon Buena Vesta Rev James McCool New MIddletown Rev Peter Paul Blend Frenchlown Revs Charles Curran and P H Griffin Holy Trinity club New Albany and Rev George Denies St Marys church New AlbanyThe matters discoseed related to matters of theology and to parochial school affairs a BOYS ARM BROKEN lohn McGrath the elevenyearold of Roger McGratli Secretary of the Board of Public Works fell and broke hisI tart arm at Fourth javenuejahd O streets I last Friday He has removed to hisI borne where Use fracture was reduced The little fellow bore fail sufferings Hero catly U I I TOBACCO May cause a Resurrection of Commercial Activity in Ireland Expert From Kentucky Watch- Ing Experiments in Grow iagr the Weed English Government Has Made jf ir Slight Concessions in Its Aid LOUISVILLE GENTLEMAN INTERESTED Will tobacco grow sufficiently for com mercial purposes in Ireland is a ques tion that is now being asked on both sides of the Atlantic ocean Tobacco is one of the Kentucky staples and Louisville has been for years the largest to bacco market in the world From Louisville tobacco is sent to all the marts of Europe Now if tobacco can be suc cessfully raised in Ireland it will mean a still greater revival of Irish industries and it will mean possibly cheaper and probably better tobacco for Europe In view of these facts when Charles D Campbell the tobacco broker and dealer of this city announced a few weeks ago that he was going to Ireland to combine business with pleasure and to look rate the tobacco industry there the Kentucky Irish American asked him to let our readers know something of the conditions he found It is quite a pleasure to state that Mr Campbell remem bered the commission and as faithfully executed it He found that Kentucky had a representative in the Emerald Isle G N Keller of the Kentucky Agri cultural Experiment Station at Lexing on Mr Keller is now representing this at the Department of Agriculture and Technical Instruction in Dublin Ireland Mr Keller being familiar with efforts that are being made to grow in Ireland was requested by Mr Campbell to writclt the first letter to readers of the Kentucky Irish men1 an The writer says The history oLre1a always inter esting 1s now having a very +aosorDfng leaf added to its pages by the attempt to grow tobacco on its soil For an ex tended period this fertile isle has suffered a widespread industrial depression which has decreased its population and production by fully onehalf This decadence has produced popular unrest and political agitation which is happily giving way in many circles to a well directed revival of once flourishing in duslries Tobacco growing may justly sixtyyearsproduced in the County Wexford brought prices in the London market industry perished through legal en actment and Its memory was fast passing into oblivion when Col N T Everard patriotic and intelligent Irish land holder began to urge the revival of tobacco culture as a means of giving employment to the rural population which is being forced to emigrate on account of the depopulating influence of cattle grazing- In the face of apathy criticism aud opposition Col Everard has persevered until a Government concession has been secured for five years permitting tobacco to be grown in an experimental way and allowing for every pound produced a rebate of one third the regular duty charged on all tobacco consumed in Great Britain Thin is the second year of the con cession and so far much progress has been made Starting with one expert ment last year others have been made in five different counties this year and it is my opinion that commercial types of tobacco can be produced in every one of the thirtytwo counties of Ireland As to exactly what type of tobacco can best be produced in Ireland or its different parts that can be determined only by further experimentation and development uMr Charles D Campbell the well knowntobaccodealer of Louisville has recently inspected several of the experi mental centers and has graciously given us the benefit of his extensive expert ence He expresses a belief that a class of tobacco can be produced here exactly suited to the Irish demand This is sufficiently encouraging to induce the people and the Government to put forth the necessary effort to attain that end even though an extension of the conces Industrypermanently have a regenerating effect on Irish agrl dullure Yours truly qN KiJitBR FATHER MARIOS TRANSFER The Rev Father George Hang a native of Louisville who spent the past year in New York has been transferred to his old parish at St Chinas Ellicott Maryland During the past summer r Father Harig visited his sister Mrs ininI this cityaHANDSOME TESTIMONIAL A ksodsoBe testimonial la the shape cltoMayorChailt r Jtiulby fifty of his friends apd nlrerS in the City Hall Robert W lad made the presentation speech an iretiring Chief Executive of the cit said a few words in reply Mr Grainger goes out of office with the best wishes of many friends for his success in whatever venture he undertakes He has made an able and a progressive Mayor and hasI given Louisville business administra tion ROSSA WELCOMED Veteran lFenian Still an Ad herent of Physical Force Methods Jeremiah ODonovan Rossa arrived in the city of Cork last Sunday and was given a splendid welcome It happened that the aged patriots arrival coincided with the Cork celebration of the anniI versary of the death of the Manchester martyrs Allen Larkin and OBrien The new house erected at Black Rock was formally presented to Rowa In his speech of thanks to the donors he spoke with his old time vigor and enthusiasm and told his audience if they wished to free Ireland they must employ the same weapons that Great Britain used against herODonovan Rossa will enter upon his duties as clerk of the Cork Council at once INITIATION Ceremonies Are Conduetcd by Mscklns Degree Team on Class of Fourteen Mackin Council met Tuesday night and Its degree team gave another splen did exemplification of the ritual upon a class of fourteen candidates As the ini llalion ceremonies occupied most of the evening the only other business trans acted was of a routine nature Three new applications for membership were reported and the Sick Committee re ported that Charles Peak and Sebastian Hubbuch were improving rapidly Mackin Council now has a splendid membership and is well on Its way lo the 500 that is so earnestly desired The members are all workers and a great future is in sight Next Tfaj night officers for the ensuing IlanIll be nominated and rt full attelidesired On the fol irwillIagainst each absentee It Is desired that every member be present and cast his vote for the candidates he deems the most worthy a EXCELLENT MEN Nominated by Division 4 Priori to Social Session Last Wednesday The attendance at the meeting of Divis ion 4 A O H last Wednesday night was unusually large since every seat in the hall was filled The crowd was called out by two motivesto attend the social session and to take part in the nomination of officers for the ensuing year President John Hennessy pre sided over the business session which waS unusually brief John OHearn and William Coyne were reported on the sick list Outside of this report only routine business was transacted prior to the nomination of officers When that feature of the meeting took place every member seemed in earnest and the result was that splendid men were nominated for each office The nominees are Presidenl John A Murphy Joseph P McGinnVice President Joseph Lenihan Financial SecretaryR Emmet OSul livanTreasurerWilliam J Connelly Assistant Financial SecretaryDave RemySergeantatArmsMlke Welsh Sentinel William Ansbro It will be seen that there will be but one contest lhat for the Presidency Mr Murphy is a Hibernian of many years standing and was some years ago County President Mr McGinn has served several terms as Financial Secretary of Division 4 and has been able and efficient at all times Either of the gentlemen will make a splendid presiding officerImmediately after the nominations the social session was entered upon and President Henneasyresigned the chair I to Joseph P McGinn Chairman of the Literary Committee That worthy at once invited all present to partake of the refreshments that had been liberally provided After the physical map had I been somewhat satisfied Chairman Mc Ginn calered to the mental appetite by presenting various members of the divis- Ion who sang recited am made short talks on matters of interest Mike Welsh pave Reilly John Mur phy and Prank P Burke rendered upto date ballads Mr Murphy also recited Kavanaghwasthere was plenty of theatrical talent iiaI Division 4- Attorney Austin Walsh in his address said the large attendance pleased him and he pledged himself to be faithful Iin his attendance in future Harry Brady Steve McElHott Dennis J Hefferaaa and Officer Tom BrowsI mode short talkItIt WM almost esUl sight before the meeting adjourned willIII everybody pleased aad happy n EXPLAINEDy Plan of Federation Uniformed Societies of Catholics as Proposed Needless Alarm Taken by Non Catholic Papers Over Oath olio Army The Executive Committee Tells Under What Circumstances It Came About LETTER FROM MAJOR GEM K4DBSK1 The proposed federation of Catholic uniformed societies has given unneces sary alarm in several quarters of the United States Some of the noncatho tic papers became unduly excited and talkedwildly of a Catholic army and a crusade against American institutions Nothing could be farther from the truth Even certain Catholics and Catholic papers opposed the idea of a federation of the uniformed societies This cer tainly must have been because the aims of the proposed federation were not understood In order that our readers might fully understand the situation the Kentucky Irish American wrote to Major General Ll Kadeski Command erinchief of the Uniform Rank of the Catholic Knights of America aud asked him to plainly state the alms and objects of the new federation In reply he says The Uniform Rank convention of the Catholic Knights of America assembled in Chicago last August authorized its Commander in chief L J Kadeski to bring about a closer affiliation and if possible union with the various uniformed S Catholic societies in Illinois and through out the United States Acting upon this authorization he put himself in corre spondence with the various officers of the different societies On September 24 be with a committee of the Uniform Rank C Eo of A attended the meeting mmanderyoftbeSlime assembly the objects atefitsGrandCommandery endorsed the perfectedbetween the Illinois Knights of St John and Illinois Uniformed Rank of the C K of A This formed a nucleus for proposed federation of Catholic uni formed bodies It was then and is now distinctly understood by those affiliating with this new union that no society loses Its i identity in their present organization and that the new union thus formed only pertained to the State of Illinois on the assentbled leaders to the international convention of the Knights of St John at Buffalo next June for approval Other organizations who h jointhiswith such requirements as the Executive Committee has aud will prepare for the government of the new organization The above statement is authorized by the Executive Committee in order to suppress the controversy raised by cer joinInK authority and the Executive Committee hopes that this will set all at ease and as to the selection of the permanent name for the new union IheyJJsay that such will be chosen in a short time and tat the same time a set of bylaws will be prepared for the government of the new organization Tbe Executive Committee which authorized Major General Kadeskii to issue this statement iis made up of Brig Gen William BurbachCol C L Kleist and Capt F L Hugnelet of Chicago on behalf of the Uniform Rank CKoA and Major General Hl Stratton of Chicago Col T P Fahey of lela- nd Capt B J Baumer of Chicago behalf of the Knights 0fSt JJl Major General Kadeski is Chairma the committee which willjmeel Ja near future at the call of the chair aboveistatemeIs tlJetcdesr s to add a little further explans nation there are many Catholic uniformed bodies in the United States such as the two orders meutio Lfbc ve j uKgigCatholicbodies are all independent of each of e and do not conflict in anyjway The1 I 1 andinI General Kadeski andjhia conferes pro oodlesbfj instance oust Patricks day not u Irish I wofIsocieties would unite witb they making the celebration grand I more elaborate whilejjthe iden each organization would remain a I JIMteWHrl the formation of a 1 company of Vhia order hath1 Mike Reichert leading tbed I R VztKwNTUCKY ai ti z a r 1IcA ti TIIGKY IRISH flMERIGWe r INIMNNU1MUUIIMI l V teVtc tke Marti asd Seoltl Advancement of alt IrlaH 11tsriaaray- 1 I KKNTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS U6S ION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc BnUr d at the Louisville Postoftlce s Seco dCtut Matter tMimill CDIImalcalloto tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN326 Well Green Slrctf 1905LOUISVILLEe GAELIC REVIVAL The Gaelic revival seems not to be understood in some quarters For thel benefit of those let it be stated that priests and people of the descendants of the Gael are working Jto give the Gaelic lan guage its own and old place in the world It was in the language of the Gael that St Patrick taught the truths of Christianity to the ancient people of Ireland Of the same tongue were St Brigid and St Columbkille the Dove of the Church On their mothers breasts and at their mothers knees St Boniface and St Dymphna who went to Germany to carry the light of true faith learned the melliflu Otis language of the Gael And how many other saints canonized and uncanonized who spoke that tongue gave their efforts and lives for the oae true and holy religion Century after century of oppression has made the Gaelic tongue well nigh obsolete yet the light of true faith has never been swept away from the Gael As in the days of the Coliseum the tongue was cut out but the faith was not uprooted Deprived of their native language the missionaries of Ireland have adopted alien tongues to spread the faith and to fight its battles Whether in Europe Asia America I or Australia the Irish the Gaels if you please have always stood for the Catholic church and have always upheld it The Irish at leme and abroad have been emi cut TCTS and sailors as statesmen and in the professions They have given theologians doc tors cardinals and saints to the church but the most bigoted anti Gael the world ever produced could never accuse them of producing a Luther THE NATIONS GUESTS The Kentucky Irish American has never been given to brawling with its contemporaries nor will it engage in anything so disgraceful but it believes the time has come give advice to some of lese contemporary editors and friends to keep their temper The visit of Prince Louis of Battenberg and his British squadron seems to have been a signal for editors of certain IrishAmerican papers to throw several fits There was no need for this Prince Louis and his squadron were guests of the nation not of the AngloSaxon end of it Irishmen the world over Core noted for their hospitality Prince Louis his officers and sailors wee our guests That we must not forget If Prince Louis jand His men do not appreciate our hospitality that will be their fault not purs Our American sailors- d naval officers have been well ved in England within the KW years Certainly we Irish- t not to be the first to be intlemanly in the treatment of n who come to us as friends entiemen do not worry about entangling alliances with Great Britian In Maryland and in Ken- tuckY the soil has been fertilized with thje bones of jErish pioneers m Mai toCafornia Irishmen ye left their trail of development n affairs of industry and com merce Church and State The SjJd of battle in the wars of the trevolution ofl8xandof the il1 War have been made fertile load of Irishmen How n we even harbor a sus that the American people rKet these things This has been dedicated to us pod of out faathrs Ddto ms not muck danger of n 0- R an alliance with that country which history shows to always have been our arch enemy IS IT RETRIBUTION In London there are 100000 paupers and in addition there are 1500000 people who art on the hunger line that is to whom the loss of one weeks wages would mean lack of food while the loss of two weeks work would leave them shelterless and starving This is a terrible state of affairs with winter approaching The majority of the paupers even are willing to work and are even now clamoring to King Edward and Premier Bal four to give them work not char ity While IrishAmericans do not fail to sympathize with these poor people they can not help thinking that it is only a retribution on England for her many acts of tyranny The English people have seen famine stalk through Ireland without coming toper relief They have plundered her and deprived her people of commerce and the industries that go to make it Now it appears Providence has put at least part of the English people in the place of the long suffering Irish DESERTED AS DESERTERS At least 200 sailors of the British squadron commanded by the AdmiralPrince Louis of Batten berg were left in New York Monday when the ships sailed away The telegraph reportSdttK s that many of them appeared at the docks several hours before their respective vessels left but were not allowed to go aboard on the ground that they had overstayed their shore leave and were being treated as deserters Bosh I Did anyone ever hear of any navy merely leaving deserters behind On the contrary they are usually taken aboard ship heavily ironed and placed on a diet of bread and water Do not our Eastern cor respondents remember the old American battlecry of 1812 Free Trade and Sailors Rights Is it not a fact that the war of 1812 was brought about because British officers insisted upon searching American ships on the high seas for alleged deserters Now for sooth I they are left in America when they desert What rotl It shows that Prince Louis had a low class of sailors with him when they could not stand the temptations set before them in New York Many of them it seems have spent all their money and have been robbed of all their clothes In other words they are paupers and America must care for them The Monroe doctrine ought to come into play here It was President Monroe who insisted that America must not be made the dumping ground for the scum of Europe Does President Roosevelt know that 200 drunken pauper sailors have been dumped here for the nation to take care of If the English Admiral considers them a good riddance America certainly does not want them Mayor Paul C Barth Judge John McCann Clerk Alf V Old ham and Bailiff William Hosier of the Police Court City Treasurer Dick Schmitt and Tax Receiver Thomas A Shelley were sworn In on Tuesday and assumed the duties of their respective positions at once They have a splendid chance towin the ccbmiums of the public and the Kentucky Irish American desires their a ministratinto bean that they wish It to be hexcur km around the city under the atuffcee of the Board of I 0 Trade last week was a revelation to many of our leading citizens Some of them have been so immersed in their own business affairs that they did not realize what was going on around them The Board of Trades jaunt woke all of them up The many manu factories now here and the opportunities offered for more were in the nature of revelations Louis ville is not only awake now but stirring More of these excursions means more business Thursday will be Thanksgiving day a day set apart by the national State and city officers to be observed in thanking Got for the favors received during the past year How few there are who really enter into the proper spirit of the day S0GIETV s esssssssesessaes C A Well ndorf has returned home after a two weeks trip to New York Mrs Julia Grogan is the guest of her sister Mrs M Malloy at Nashville Mrs Charles Kremer of Lexington is the guest of Mrs Fountaine Kremer in Portland Dr Bernard Asman and bride have moved into their new home at 1226 East Broadway Mrs T J Murphy of Georgetown Ind is the guest of Mrs Charles Engel man of Portland Mrs John Quigley of Portland has returned home from a pleasant visit to relatives at Elizabethtown Mrs James Welch entertained the Sunflower Euchre Club last Saturday night at her home in Portland James E Hannon is in New York this week on business for the Southeastern Mississippi Valley Association Miss Florence McFarland is visiting in Colorado the guest of Mrs Howard Chrissman formerly of this city Miss Emily May Adams has returned- to Pleasure Ridge Park after a delightful visit to Miss Lillian Doyl in this city iMrs John J Gallagher entertained the Young Ladies Euchre Club at her home 2145 Duncan street on Monday evening Edward Conway who is now making his home at Kensico N Y spent several dayaafin Louisville this week wishing friends Mrs W T Treasy of Cincinnati and Miss Bohaunon of Louisville are the guests of Mr and Mrs A S Settle at Mt Washington Fred V Dettlinger one of Bradley JGilberts popular employes is confined to his home in Jeffersonville from an attack of paralysis Misses Mnyme and Annie Sullivan entertained the Good Will Social Club at their home 125 Twentieth street on Wednesday evening Albert Sengle one of the efficient pressmen at Bradley Gilberts left for Seattle last Wednesday for the purpose of regaining his health Miss Daisy Hannon has returned home after a pleasant visit to New Albany where she was the guest of Mr and Mrs George N Bohein Mrs H H Hughes of Louisville and Major G W McGinnis of Fort Gibson Miss have spent a pleasant week at New Castle as the guests of Dr J W McGinnis Miss Margaret Johnson and George Ernwine popular young people of South Louisville were united in matrimony at the rectory of Holy Name church on Wednesday Mrs John Hayes gave a box party at Macauleys Theater Thursday evening followed by a supper at Seelbachs in honor of her debatante daughter Miss Angela Hayes A euchre for a worthy cause that was greatly enjoyed was given at the home of Misses Emma and Bessie Fisher 412 Twentysixth street on Wednesday afternoon and night James A McCann of Jeffersonville has gone to Panama to accept a position as a master carpenter His many friends hope to see him come home wealthy healthy and happy Miss Maud McDowell of Chicago who has been the guest of Mrs Andrew Boyle Twelfth and Delaware streets during the past three weeks has made many friends here aad has been the recipient of many social attentions UM Mamie Gibbons one of South Louisvilles popular KirliwUlwed Walter Clark of Atlanta Ga on Thanksgiving day Tne ceremony will be performed at Holy Name church by the Rev lather John OConnor The bans of matrimony have been published at St Rose church Spring field between Michael Sbannaban and HIM Prudie Nalley prominent young people of Washington county The wed ding will take place in December Mfaa Theresa Ehaltamd Alexander N Taylor were united in matrimony at Holy Trinity church New Albany by the Rev Father Charles Curraa pa Tuesday morsiiig stride and grows are Albanyety n INSURE YOUR LIFE NOW IN THE Catholic Knights of America This is the safest and cheapest insurance society in the United States and has a special reserve fund of nearly 800000 Every Catholic man should protect his wife and children by carrying a policy in this old and established life insurance organization- An examination of its rates will conviace you of its superiority over dangerousInsureThere are many branches in Louisville and applications or any de sired information will be furnished by officers and members or by the CENTRAL COMMITTEE NEWTON G ROGERS President JOHN J SCORE Secretary Mrs Mary Collins is seriously ill at I her home 1519 Twelfth street as the I result of the Infirmities of old age She i wasborn in Ireland seventyfive years ago but spent the greater part of her life in this city She is highly esteemed in the community in which she lives Cards are out announcing the approaching wedding of Miss Mayme Stengel and Julius A Barker The marriage will be solemnized at St Boni face church at 9 oclock on the morning of next Thursday The bride to be is the pretty and popular daughter of Jacob Stengel the well known contractor and a granddaughter of Urban Stengel who has been for fifty years President of the Concordia Singing Society Mr Barker is a rising young business man The young couple will be at home to their friends at 1038 Wickliffe avenue after December 5 Miss Mary Schunicht and Matthew Everhart were united in matrimonyat St Anthonys church at 7 oclock Wednesday morning After an elegant breakfast at the home of the brides parents 2113 West Madison street Mr and Mrs Everhartleft on an extended bridal tour through the East and North On their return they will begin house keeping at Thirteenth and Chestnut streets The bride Js the pretty daughter of Anton Schunichtj and a sister of John F Schunicht proprietor of the Business Printing Compan The groom is a popular dispenser at Pete Sanis cafe The young coupl have the best wishes of many friends on Aheir journey through I lifeSL I The marriage ceremony that united for life Miss Mary Al ce Walsh and Edward D W Ite was solemnized at St Louis BertrandsxhurchW SVclock Wednes day morning in the presence of a circle of friends and acquaintances that filled the church The Rev Father Charles P Raffo officiated and was assisted by the Rev Father Eugene Flood O P The bride entered the church on the arm of her father Michael J Walsh who gave her hand to the groom at the sanctuary railing Miss Gertrude Purcell a cousin of the bride was the maid of honor The only other attendants were William White a brother okthe groom and Edward Purcell cousin of the bride After a bounteous wedding breakfast at the home of the brides father 728 Old ham street Mr and Mrs White left for Cincinnati to spend a week The ceremony that will make Miss Katherine R Lucey and Richard A Ritter one will be performed by the Rev Father Flood in the parlors of St Louis Bertrands convent at 6 oclock Wednes day morning The attendants will be John T Hannon and Andrew J Meagher After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Ritter will leave fora bridal tour to Danville where they will be the guests of the brides brother William M Lucey for several days The honeymoon trip will be continued to Chicago and other points North and East On their return t Louisville they will be at home to their friends at 3343 West Jefferson street after December 12 No cards have been issued to the wedding ceremonies Miss Lucey Is one of Limericks most popular young ladies and her husband is being congratulated on winning such a prize Mr Ritter is engaged in the tan ning business and is a rising young man nfacturer COMES HOME IllHealth the Second Time Forces Girl to Leave Convent Illhealth has a second time compelled Miss Julia Imogene Penn of New AI bany to return from a convent where she bad intended to devote herself to religious work Over a year ago Miss Penn entered the convent of the Sisters of Charity at Nazareth A few months later she was compelled to return home Two months ago she entered the convent of St MarysoftheWoods near Terre Haute Ind For a second time Illhealth was against her Miss Penh is the daughter of George F Penn one of New Albanys most substantial citizens His daughteris a con vert and prior to entering the Catholic faith was prominent in society Her many friends hope that her health and strength will be speedily restored SODAUTY EUCHRE A grand prize euchre will be given at St Bonifaces Hall Green street between Jackson and Hancock streets Tuesday afternoon and evening under the auspices of the Young Mens Soda Iity of St Boniface congregation The afternoon game for ladies only will besin at 230 oclock Both ladles and gentle men will be welcome at the evening games which will be called at 8 oclock The prizes will be unusually handsome WELCOME VISITOR Frank Cunningham Traveling Pas senger Agent for tie Louisville St Louis Henderson railroad paid a flying visit to Louisville on Wednesday Hecelled at the affioe of the Kentucky Irish American to inquire about many of his old friends and acqualaUnCM Although now a tbomugh St LouuUa wrtpotiUklsbNrtforrouilvilleI J- IJ tb 7Vt1 UIHYSMonday Tuesday and Wednesday Evenings and Wednesday Matinee FRANK DANIELS Thursday Friday and Saturday Evenings and Saturdayllatl- neeELEANOU ROBSON HOPKINSHIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE TWO snows DAILY Opening Week Beginning Sunday Nov 26 Engagement Extraordinary ol ROSE STAHL CO- In The Chorus Lady by Jas Forbes Galettls Monkeys In a big pantomime show MlnKouette Koktn comedienne Rice fi Cady the leading German comedians II Cullen the man from the west 111 11as Von Wenzl worlds greatest Tyrolean artist Celina Bole novel musical act The Kinodrome with the horse thief most exciting picture of the season BUCKINGHAMMATINEE WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY NOV 26 WILLIAMS Ideal Extravaganza Company PRESENTING Toots Circus Everyday Life JThe Marvelous Livingstones Frye Allen Katberine Klare Gruet Gruet and Catrie Franklyn I FOURTH SELECT Euchreand Dance GIVEN DY Trinity CouncilB- ase Ball and Dancing Club At Trinity Club House 718 East Gray Street Thanksgiving Eve Wednes day Nov 29 1905 ADMISSION 25 CENTS KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere A new council will be instituted at Ridgeway Pa on Thanksgiving day A new council was organized at KansasI City last night with a class of sixty can didatesJohn J Kain Council of St Louis held a special meeting Tuesday night in celebration of its second anniversary- A new council was instituted at Cairo Ill last Sunday Many members from nearby cities and towns attended De Smet Council of St Louis will exemplify the first and second degrees on classowill be initiated Pere Marquette Council of Milwaukee conferred the third degree on a class last night The same council will give its annual reception on Thanksgiving eve Nineteen candidates received the sec ond degree in Syracuse Council last week and the same degree was conferred on a class by Le Moyne Council on Tuesday of this week Three hundred members of the newly formed Council of St Joseph Mo held their first social session and smoker last week Members of the order gave in strumental and vocal selections and refreshments were served Last Wednesday Milwaukee Council conferred the first and second degrees on a big class and tomorrow the same can didates will receive the third degree George E Clarke of South Bend Ind and his team will be in charge The Emmetsburg Iowa Council re cently initiated a class of thirty candf dates Despite very inclement weather Fort Dodge Council sent a class of forty to take part in the exercises In all there were eightyfive visitors when the degrees were conferred The three degrees were conferred on a large class at Memphis lest Sunday The members assembled at 9 oclock and marched to St Patricks new church to hear high mass After dinner the Knights and candidates assembled in their hall where the initiation took place In the evening a reception and smoker was held BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS Among the many beautiful floral design I presented Mayor Paul C Barth on the occasion of his inauguration last Tuesday was a ship given by the No 16 engine company and the floral detective badge presented by the Louisville de tective force Both designs were extra ordinarily handsome and were the handi work of Miss Alice JMillerthe floral artist 416 West Jefferson street VETERAN POLICEMAN ILL Martin Dafjan ST the veteran keeper of the Sixth district police station Is ill of pneumonia at his home 1146 Sixth street Mr Dugan is one of the oldest and most respected members of the police force and his many friends hope that his recOvery will be epee- dyCuaoadenaPure Ice Cream for Weddings and Parties Both Phones 518 I I- C tf R JMEi B RttiI THAT THE BEST PLACE IN THE CITY TO BUY tFURNITURLaALL KINDS IS i IWMF MAYER419 W MARKET STREET I ItII-IIIIrOUR1 1 1 1 1 1 1 HHH1 1 111 1 HIMH1 1 1 II 1 1 Hl1 I I M I III111I I I 1 IKl i Louisvilles Carpet Store excellence OARPETSIZE RUGSIs without a peer Selection quality and prices alike are strong champions for your favor BROSIII1 1 1 I 1 I i i I I I H 3 I Ir 11 ofIDS of Good COFFEE SICC 1 I MY SPECIAL differentfromgrocers- shelves and thereby lost half its strength 45c For 1 Lb of Good Tea ImportationsPhone me a trial orderP MUTJLO1T IROASTEIt lSARKETSTREETttI I 1 I 1 I 1 I I I I I I 1 1 I I I I I I 1 I I 1 QQ1 BRING YOU- JRtMOTHERSI BREAD LABELS TO 416418 WEST JEFFERSON ST and redeem them for Christmas presents TOYS FOR THE YOUNG HANDSOME GIFTS FOR OLDER ONES WJHLAT YOU CAN GET100 LAB ELSA11 Dressed Dolls Large Undressed Dolls Wagons Sleds Horns Me chauical Toys Rocking Chairs 200 LABELSIJlfc Sleds Dig Wagons Wheelbartows AutophonesAntomobilesrateamTgineslrneChina 280300 LABELSFIne Imported Japanese Wares Vases Plates Cups and Saucers Salad qwls Derry norYls A 0 1 I 1 II I I 1 I I H N I I 1 I H I I I 114iiIHi 1 11 1 111 1 HuH 1 1tH l 1HIGH2 2 j 1 I IMPORTERS OF COFFEEStt Office Warerooms and ofH 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 11 1 I 1 IH1 +1 1 I I HH 1 1 1 I 1 1 I 1 I I H I I I rJAMEstSWDERS I 151153 West Jefferson Street I FiSt OystersEM S8OS tt Brook hlnion Diltwar PUICKMEAL STEELRANGE5 tAKE WELL LOOK WELL LAnWIlL QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES Best The World Awarded first prize St Louis Worlds QEHER SON 217 Market StRear Secend H t t H BURN RENDERSSpecially prepared for family use and for sale only by Central Coal Iron CoSIncorporated IYards pith and and Wa I In at the Fair 216 FOURTH AVENUE t j JI fI3ot13It t + It It It tf H t tt H H t tta f+t H t11INE WINES OUA1iAaxsr- EE Ali OLBof fI 345 West G een Street Y LIQUORS OIGAXS- aeII t a A II ft BRING YOUR JOB PRINTI Gi TO THIS OFFICE J r rWiui r r vv ettr o 11aQNTUOKY zmt H A11 F T AN 4 4 I I trA A J B TRACY L H STRAUB MOTH PHONES 383 rTRACY STRAUBi 4 IFUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS I Carriages PoroUhed on Short Notice STREET itI I 1 1 1 I N 11 1 t N 11 I 1 1 1 1 1 IH t 11 1 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 1 I 1 11 UI I I 10 14 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 Ja Ju BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER EAST TOTXIN STREET With the of my sons I will continue the undertaking business of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main MRS JOHN J BARRETT Jot 1 1 1 1 HHK1 HI3t ii1t1 HHHH1 1 1Jot tut 11 11 H 1HI 1H THOMAS KEENAN ill Funeral Director and Embalmer l fi TELEPHONE 3651i1 All calls promptly attended today or night Car Wages furnished for nil occasions 1226 W MARKET ST 411I- Sr + 1Jot 1 1 11+1 +1 1 +1 1 1 1 I I 1 I 1 I I 1 I Jot 1 lutut 1101+11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 t t+ t I t t t lOran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 t+ LqpFJCB HOURS 6 SUNDAYS 9 TO DONT YOU WANT L YOUR TEETH FIXED- By men of experience at the meat reasonabie once I DR H1J COUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH AVENUE oppJno C Lewis Co Bear this in mind 1 1 DIAMOND Wall Plaster is not than the Best But it is better than the Rest It is the only preparation on the market which guaranteed to make a good job during freezing weather if properly applied Kentucky Wall Plasterr Co Incorporated TELEPHONE 2267 Inik and RIver = Louisville Ky Also operating the Hoosier Wall plus ter Teffersonville Ind Telephone 5- 56POURBIGy JI THE BEST LINE T- OIndianapolis Peoria Chicago 1lD ALLOIXT I1f INDIANA and MICHIGAN GliYiland Buffalo Nsw York Boston i AND ALL POINTS EAT I Information cheerfully furnished ok appliosUoa at City Ticket Officer Ell write3Gaie4tJ- nInl11 X1no 1531 W MARKET J B35assistance Street better fi +H t6 DANIEL JDOUGHERTY Funeral Director and Embalmer Both Phones 2998 Carriages FumSshed All Occasions All Calls Answered Promptly bay or Night 1231 W Market St Bet 12th and 13th r +NF 12 is KATIE AGNES SMITH Formerly of Gran W Smiths Sous 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 Firth Street C J SCHNEIDERDEALER Hams BaconPork Lard Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and Oreen Streets TELEPHONE 2241 MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT SO4 WJeffersonStri9t OTTO EVENT Proprietor Home Phone 4715 Cumb n3e JW60NNOR BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR DEALER IN LUMBER SASH DOORS BLINDS LATHS SHINGLES AND ALL KINDS OF LUMBER 21252127 TweniysxthStreeto gears PHOXH soil HENRY ftAIJ1J PPOLS DYER AND CLEANER lades an Oats Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED 521 Fifth Streetph a 36js Old and Rare Whiskies Specialty EXCHANGEiI LOUIS WABNITZ CO tt- PraprIetersr 339 FIFTH STREET to r ar rBucIt Ranges C lead aU for the past 6o years and stand We are for these goods and will take great in them IS IN THE and 630 West MarKet Street Hy aT rT r Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Edward Walsh an member of the Board of Aldermen in the city of Cork died recently The Executive Committee of East Tyrone unanimously adopted the reso lutions of the National Directory The Cork Literary Society recently de bated What Is Nationality Liam De Roiste presided and the attendance was largeIt is believed that the Cork national will be completed by Decem ber 1 Thus far more than 7COO has been paid to the contractor- A special meeting of theNortb Galway Executive Committee of the United Irish League was held to consider the coming general election as it affected that con McCartan was entertained a banquet at Newcastle County Down and presented with an address of respect for his long and faithful labors in the registration courts of South Down The Standing Committee of the United Irish League met in Dublin and airAnged for the national convention which is to be held in that city on December 6 and 7 The constitution of the convention was fixed as in former years Thomas H Kelly an IrishAmerican now sojourning in Dublin has subscribed 1600 to the Catholic scholarship fund He suggests that it be divided between young men who attain the highest aver age in the classics and mathematics Both the Northwest Meath and the Carlow Executives of the U I L by votes resolutions indors ing the National Directory Besides the Northwest Meath people passed a vote of thanks to Australia for its assistance in the home rule cause The Right Rev Bishop of Meath has subscribed 25 for the relief of the Seery family Ills subscription was accom panied by a letter giving further proof of the innocence of Bryan Seery who was executed in Mullingar in 1848 for firing at Sir TURKEY SUPPER The ladies of St Chat leg congregation at St Mary Marion county have ar ranged to give a turkey and oyster sup per on the church premises on Thanks giving afternoon and evening The affair is being managed by Mrs B D Elder Mrs Mary Bvien and Misses Sallie Hagan andlAnnie Thompson The proceeds will be devoted toward liquid at- ing the remaining debt on the church The ladies will begin to serve supper at 4 oclock and will continue until 10 oclock The public is invited TRINITY COUNCIL Albert Huckenbeck presided over the meeting of Y AII last Monday night and in the course of the evening had several knotty parlia mentary problems to decide One new member was obligated and two new members were received Outside of these matters only routine business was transacted Reports showed that the social affairs conducted by the council were proving very popular CROWN CLUBS DANCE A number of energetic ladies of the East End compote the Crown Club which has arranged td give an entertainment and dance at Trinity Council club house 718 East Gray street afternoon and evening Adis sion to the hall including either dinner or supper will cost only twentyfive cents There will be dancing and plenty of good music and lots of other attrac Lions to amuse all who attend EUCHRe AU arrangements have been completed for the grand euchre lobe given at Mackin dub house 590 Twentysixth street on afternoon and evening A gold watch IU to be pre seated to the young lady selling th greatest number of tickets Of course this has enlistedl the support of the young ladles and the advance MM find ur r r Ii t TTAT AT T KITCHEN BEAUTIES The kind that makes life worth living Up to date Kitchen Furni ture makes a saving in labor and in materials THEY SAVE YOU MONEY And at the same time re duce to a minimum the arduous tasks of the kitchen BUCKS STEEL RANGES Have competitors today unequaled exclusive agents pleasure showing YOUR CREDIT GOOD esteemed monument adopted unanimous McDougall Kitchen Cabinets Have revolutionized Kitchen Economics They have opened the eyes of the housekeeper to the possibilities of improvement in this department They are the only strictly high class cabinets made and are worthy of attention WE ARE AGENTS G LARGEST HOUSEFURNISHERS WORLD RHODESBURFORD FURNITURE CO1 t 628 Louisville 1T r1rrAruwi ZvIRELAND stituencyDennis FraacisJHopkins Trinity Thanksgiving THANKSGIVING Thanksgiving SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 4 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month BarryVice J Sullivan Recording Secretary Thomas Kee JrFinancial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank street- TreasurerThomast F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice President John J Sullivan Recording SecretaryJoe Lynch Financial Secretary John T Kenney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice President Patrick J Welch Recording Secretaryjohn Morris Financial Secretary Daniel J Dough ertyTreasurerD Coleman SentinelPatrick BegleySergeantatArms Riley w DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording SecretaryThos Callahan Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 615 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Rellly TreasurerWIlHam1 Connelly DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Plans Hall County President Michael Kinney i PresidentRobert Gleason Vice PresidentMichael Breen Recording Secretary J B Murphy Jr Financial Secretary Thomas Gleason Treasurer Louis Constantine MarshalPeter Madden DoorkeeperOwen McCann Banner CarrierLawrence Ford Y 3MC X MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twent sixth Street President William Kerberg First Vice President W Shaughnessy Second Vice Sands PresidentBJRecording Morgan Financial Secretary George J Lauti Corresponding SecretaryF Lanahan Treasurer Joseph Steltenpohl Marshal John Kenney Inside SentinelJohn Stewart Outside SentinelPatrick Mullarkey + SATOLLI COUNCIL 193 Meets Every Monday Evening at Club Rooms Wells Building 636 4tb Ave President John J Crotty First Vice President William J OConnorSecond Vice President J J Kava nagh Financial Secretary Will P McDon ogh 1212 Sixth Street Recording Secretary Jos Lenihan Corresponding SecretaryJ Fahey Treasurer James B Perry Marshal George S Zorn Inside SentinelJoseph Kelly Outside Sentinel Saral J Boldrick Give your boys an education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadray Louisville Ky Conducted by the Xavcrlan Brother Classical Scientific and Business Courses Preparatory Department Jarge SwlmmlngPoot Welt Julpped- Oymnulum Terma Moderate Bro James Dir i fM fioRIPP7vtJ- ekr MalUtty WhoDepart This tlfe November 30 1909- OHI how his faithful hand we miss From all the gentle ministries Of home aad love Dear hand laid down so Mill and cold The heavy must of clay and mold Piled deep above1- Il01UIUl AND CHICDKEP cate that the games will be well patronized The proceeds will be devoted to the further equipment of the gymnasium Four Telephones twelve Horsesthisemeans Cusoaden Delivers toe Cream quick Try us when yo waat job printing HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past Weekaeneral- Ncws Notes Division 10 of Boston recently enter tained the Massachusetts State Board and the Hyde Park Ladies Auxiliary Irish dances will be the feature of the annual party of the Ladies Auxiliary to Division 7 at Syracuse next Monday eveningA of 150 will receive the full four degrees from the team of Division 19 of South Providence on Sunday December 3- Division 4 of Syracuse recently ex emplified the first and second degrees on a large class of candidates On the same evening nominations for officers were made The Hon John T Keating a brilliant orator and formerly National President of the order delivered an address at Minneapolis last Sunday on Hiber nianism The hall was filled to over flowing A pleasant social session followed the business meeting recently at Los Ange les The members of Division 1 invited the Ladies Auxiliary to be present and the evening was pleasantly passed with music and recitations An enjoyable event was the Family Gathering held by the members of Division 17 of Providence recently There was plenty of vocal and instrumental music club swinging and addresses byStatePRESIDENT WINN REELECTED It was gratifing to many people tn Louisville to hear that Matt J Winn was reelected President of the American Turf Association at Chicago last Monday President Winn has been successful as a merchant made an efficent member of the Louisville Board of Public Safety and is now successfully launched as a magnate of the turf Since his advent into racing affairs be forged to the front as General Manager of the Louiville Jockey Club Owing to his able admin that organization has had unprecedented success It is certain that success will follow him as the re elected President of the American Turf Association THANKSGIVING DINNER A Thanksgiving dinner will be given at the Catholic Womans Clnb on greatholidayODonerty who is Chairman of the committee has selected to assist her the following ladies Misses McAteer Cross Wathen OConnor and MJOSullivan and Mesdames J J Fitzgerald Thomas Keenan A H McConnell A Specht and Miss Specbt SAILS FOR EUROPE The Rev Father G A VantroOsten berghe chaplain of St Josephs Convent in Daviess county sails for Europe today and will spend the winter at his birth place Bruges Belgium Father Van troostenberghe has labored on the Kentucky missions for many years and his friends hope that his sojourn in perfectheaJtbMACKIN SOCIAL CLUB Mackins Social Club will give another of its popular dances at the club louse on Wednesday evening the eve of Thanksgiving Each lady attending will be presented with a handsome souvenir This seasons dances have been well attended and the forthcoming event promises to be a record breaker fn point of attendance OPERTIONSUCCeSSFUL Relatives in Jeffersonvllle have received encouraging reports from Capt James T Duffy the well known river man who was operated on at Rochester Minn Thomas J Dully is with his father The many friends of the sick man on both sides of the Ohio hope to hear of his speedy recovery AMIGO CLUBS DANCE The Amigo Club will give another of its popular dances at Lewis Hall Twenty sixth and Portland avenue on Thanks giving eye The organization is made up of many popular young men asdits dances always attract select Crowds The last dance of the season will be given on December 15 n I FRflNK FEflR INCORPORATED BREWING 60 oj Brewers and Bottlers TIL- OUXSVXLI4 KY PABST BEERaa ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hops never permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TELEPHONE 1380 Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN t- i1EWING COJMPANY r- IrTOORPORATED TELEPHONE 4B2 LOUI VILLcS ICY r s Cumb Phone lain 1913 Home Phone 1913 THE WIEDEMANNBREWING Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber oVDeuser Managers Louisville Ky ASK JiLJ DIERSENSFINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERii JOHN F OERTELBUTC- HERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN SB FRANK z VVALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 3090 LOUISVILLE KY IPETER M ANDRIOJ 8SONSN WAGONN MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 285 tad 207 WEST GREEN ST CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth AvenniV 261 WJsSmanEI Both Tolophoras1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed LOWEST SPECIALH- OMESEEKERS RATES BVKR MADE TO OKLAHOMA INDIAN TERRITORY TEXAS AND THE GREAT OUTH WEST VIA THE Lwistille Hendersfir i St Lams Satiny The Hend raonJutela connection with all other routes T etsolisa1cNonmbu7andtl Decembtrll end I All tickets wlll bear tiulIl limit twenty n day in addition to date of sale OWN A JIO5W5 where laud iU cheap and re turns fromltertalB Ferrate ad inforwatle Inquire ot1w Irwin General Pancenyer Agent Xouliville Ky MiOftlj UJ TreyeU CPaMe1lger gt jf I and winter styles are now on sale IVall are within reach ot all HERRMANN BROW IMPORTERS tt FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Kentucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSO BOTTLED IN BOND i Telepkoae 48234 Sixth Street JWINES LIQUORS OWIIS VALS SALOONVAL Hot Lunch every taor to 1230 ocli 442 w onx OO TO Pioneer Bottling I1TRAI GMT Wms 6110 JUG AT Doa JO P PA-m WEST BROADWAY sear r u R 7iI t I ti NTUiJKY II X 1 Ic7p1I1 WE BIG STORE e Is prepared to serve you with the best in the Clothing Hat and J Furnishing Linea k fJ AT THEIR POPULAR PRICES i i VI Prepare Yourself For Thanksgiving At Iia THE BIG STOREMILTON M MARILESTONE A CO 424 to 434 St and THEFCOUSETHAT PLATT BUILT w Everything Uptodate 1in MENS FURNISfiNGai Shirts to Order Wedding Outfits Specialties i N SID PLATT CO Market WiltII and Our arid Main it JOHN 1C COIBMAN President DICK 8HAKIOY Secretary J OUR BIG REMODELING P1ANOSALE IS STILL GOING ON We have stated before that our entire stock of pianos will have to be dispose of before We can begin our plans of remodeling That is why we decided to hoi this big Remodeling Plano Sale We have cut every piano from 7500 to 10000 and lots of people have profited by this sale and secured highgrade pianos fo little money Infact our business has been the greatest in the history of tb House We still have an elegant assortment on band that has to be disposed c before wecan begin wo- rkMONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO aQj9aOO FOURTH AVENUE MOf TUB GildS fl Rogers BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIEST- O SUIT EVERY TASTE Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind In the city BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 4 3 VtT Jefferson Street J 11 I 1 N 111 1 1 1t 1 1 1 11 00+111 I I 11 NIl I I 1 1 r I 1 1 I H I 1 I STRAIGHT CREEK COAL the Hard to Please SCANLON = JONES COAL CO- y Incorporated Yards9th and Kentucky 7th and Magnolia flistand P Sts Frankfort Ave and L N R R s J BOTH PHONES 110- turrIInI H+HIrrH 1 I 1 k- JtHlfhIiIH 1 II I H f r J tI1f1- If J f f UNION ICE CREAM CO t want a nice dessert for your dinner IIjIfyo telephone us your order y IttttrVaalila 9retm per gal GOc 1rJG Tlltrwbrry Chocolate 7 f galIIcI Fourth Pleases All kinds of per gal 60c to Charlotte 76c Russe per bowl 25c 60cJJ Specialty Milk Butter and Sweet Cream f UNION CREAM CO 627633 EIGHTH STREET Pr 1pecla attention to shipping orders Home 2144 Cnmb main 389 LIriI jit11iiIl4I41 I J t I IIiHIIIHHH1 I 1 1 M Mi MH II flm us r Hay Cm and Oats Ittk 13 I ER COMPANY 8 IHOOII OII4TIO ttrs Sherbet ICE phone of the Ff wroM tfpt wrier ftr KttfKty fWrTPff etc fff id 09 Fourth TRYTHIS THISFLOUR Nona Batten SAVE tom Mutes 14th andII J3t 5ilbett ot11part tOrtsttlleliO twtwrltcrJ- wJjUflf lllacbNtta PREMIUM TICKETS i abte iNk noon 1d r INK tdS irb ana of ken t tout fit n eo Established IN 1845 u JIii BACON SONS I 330338 WEST MARKET STuuuuuuuuuu lINFANTS I WEARABLES u HO I We have surpassedbyChilds Colcred Silk Poke Bonnet I i Wired and stitched full flare and finlsbed with i large bow colors light blue brown and white Infants Long Bedford Cord Cloak Made with large circular cape trimmed with fancy braid cream only special value at I Childs Flannelette Mother Hubbard Dress I trimmed with braid pink and blue IISquareoke special value at 98C9ac Our Great Sale of Rogers Silverware Will open 17000 worth to be at unheardof low Dont any Silverware for Thanksgiving or the holidays until you see what we offer in this great o nolida Presentsand up to date of all kinds are arriving daily We have a large and carefully stock which you can select some- thingr now make a deposit and we will until Thanksgiving or Christmas for you Diamonds Watches Jewelry and Novelties at are within the all BRUN JEWELRY HOUSE X3O EST MARI STREET ttNOMINATION Of Officers Kept Members Division 3 Vcry Busy Monday Night Division A O H met Monda night with Vice President Pl Welsh the chair The jjrincipal business of th evening was the nomination of office for the ensuing year The nominees arc President Patrick Welsh and Ed ward J Mackey Vice President James Ryan and Join SecretaryDennis J Coleman Financial SecretaryDaniel Dough ertyTreasurerGeorge Butler Noon am John Sheehan Standing Patrick JHolley George J Butler Patrick T Sullivan ames McCue Patrick T Mullen an James man nominated has been a faith ful Hibernian and the nominees kith cote that the election will place thi affairs of Division in safe hands RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Joseph Byrne one 01 the oldest and most respected citizens 01 New took place from Hol Trinity church on Tuesday morning The deceased was a one o the earliest Irish pioneer families it Southern Indiana and was born in Lafay ette township years ago For many years he bad been employed in the Mouon shops but some time ago was compelled to retire on account of the in firmities of advanced age A widow an five children survive The children are the Rev Father Joseph Byrne of Hough ville Ind Sister Joseph Aloysius of Terre Haute Mrs Frank Broeker and Miss Leonora Byrne of New Albany and Mrs Jerry Boland of Pennsylvania Mr was held in high esteem ball who knew him and his death is generally regretted Thefuneral of Jeremiah Coleman who died at the family residence 033 Seventh street last Friday took place from the Cathedral of the Assumption on Sunday afternoon The deceased was thirtysix years old and was the son of John Coje man and a brother of Dan Coleman proprietor of the Mecca cafe on Fourth avenue Besides his parents two brothers Dan and Edward survive him Mr Coleman had been engaged in the railroad business for several years and he had many warm friends in Louisville who with the family in their bereavement The funeral of Patrick who died at his home 1433 Seventh street on Saturday took place from St Louis morningThesix years ago but resided in this city many years He is survived by several children among whom are John and Eugene OBrien of the Kentucky Heating Company The deceased was highly respected and his death is lamented by many warm friends The funeral of Miss Katherine Mar nan who died at the home of her sister Mrs C Ai Stout 835 Sixth street ox- Satmdaytook place from the Cathedral f of the Assumption it 230 oclock Sun t 26 Mail j ChildsFull Length Kimona- In white trimmed with solidcolorpinkand blue material is outing cloth size 2 to 6 years Childs Full Length Kimom Made of fancy material in pink and blue fin ished with sink cord ages to years Black Velvet Coat Circular cape trimmed with white silkbraid full bishop sleeves and metal buttons I I Monday sold prices buy sale 1 d1 Newest most goods t selected from small hold prices that reachof purchasers e N IT o 3 i J HenuessyRecording r f SergeantatArmsThomas Morri- sSentinelMartin Committee Ryan- Every 3 Albany y descendent seventysix e Byrne y contracting sympathize OBrien l 2 6 Childs u I ISome New Z- 50HATS V tt- Y tn fire 168Special1 For TODAYI ONLYdi A new soft lat called the Rattler Black and silver o pearl inchcrown and 3Zinchbrim to be worn telescopedcreased f f youngfe11owtodar LEVYSThird and Market i weldhighlyesteemed many graces She lad been ill severa months James Piper one of the best knowi printers in Louisville died Wednesda y morning at the home of his brother Hugh Piper 1732 Smyser avenue tfoir many years deceased had been I as foreman in the printing department of the Bradley and I was well liked GilbfCompany and I subordinates i suf fered an attack of kxjomotor ataxia and l had to quit work From that timI hlsF health gradually grew worse until the east cUe He is survived by his wife who was Miss EJla ire and da g terMse CarriePipertwelveyears old The funeral took place from the home of his brother yesterday afteraoon George Wright an jesteemed member of the Sacred Heart congregatioB died at his home 1708 PfnUee street last Saturday evening The funeral was held from hU parfsh church oa Monday afternoon Many friends attendct + the funeral rites The funeral ofMrs Sabina Dolan who died at Jeritome 1510 Eighteehth street last Saturday took place from Sacred Heart church of which she was a faithful membert oa Monday morning C K etAAn excuse no longer ex ista far Catholics to join an insurance so duty that is not of oar church as the Catholic Xtdghla of America fill every waut for IICeiSRrallce that is both re liable and reasonable la cost Men and women may Jjoin NewOrleansAnthonyMatreOdaoorITopw Mo- tGYYIOrtptt Orders PromptlyI j i uu u 48C98C I 2981 I FRIGHTFUL BURNS i Martin Sheridan Met Death In Awfuland Sudden Manner Martin Sheridan sixty years old was fatally burned while at work in the L N round house at South Louisville last Sunday nflernooii He was engaged in cleaning a locomotive when a can of explodedbyburning fluid was thrown over his bead face and chest Several workmen has tened to his rescue and extinguished the frightfully He became unconscious almost imme diately and was removed to Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital where he died several hours later His funeral took place from St Louis Beitrauds church on Tuesday morning The deceased leaves a family at 1412 Eleventh street He was highly esteemed by all who knew hi- mAMUSEMENT The management of Hopkins Theater promises Rose Stahl in a comedy sketch as the headliner for next week Others in the bill include Galattls monkeys Mignonette Kokin Rice and Cady Janus H Cullen Herr Von Wenzl and Celina Babe Matinees will be given every day as usual The vaudeville turns at Hopkins continue to attract large audiences at each performance and Thanksgiving week promises to be a record breaker M Two novel burlesques Toots Chcus and Every Day Life IIwill be pre sented at the Buckingham Theater all of j next week by Williams Ideal Extrava- ganzar Company Scenery and costumes j are new and pretty and the electrical effects are up to date In the olio will be seen the marvelous Livingstones Frye and Allen Katherine Klare Gruet and Cruet Carrie Franklin and Frank OBrien Matinees will be given daily forfr house During the first half Francis Wilson will be seen in his latest comedy alsol derness Winsome and dainty Eleanor Kbbon will appear during the last hall rof the week with a special Thanksgiving AnneA revival of The Black rook which was a favorite among Louisville theater goer thirty years ago will be the attraction at the Masonic Theater next week LoCalir ter tisaildedto the forthcoming production from the fact that Max Plohn an old Louisville bOy is one of the producera- ONfIIIANKSOIYINQ EVE DancingClnhand dances at Trinity club house 718 c East Gray street OH Wednesday night the eve of Thanksgiving The euchre games will be called promptly at 830 oclock Good music will be in attend ante As is usual with this club the Ceuchre prizes will be very handsome The admission to both euchre and dance will be only twentyfive cents and the newclressadaacHglvenepHdid eyenirig for all who attend the appropchingeveatn o- I GREAT SALEOil IRON BEDSAT GREENEIBeing 4 Iron Beds in Louisville We show the best Variety and most handsome designs at the low est prices ranging From 256 to 25 JAMES GREENE425 427 429 EAST MARKET STREET r8h = itB JOe j BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY1 I IITI IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky 2 A A A A I ItITt G S T MBDDIS T Pres and Gen Mgr JOS DOUGHERTYRetail tt n MAGKB Secretary HJBoth Phones 10 LOUISVILLE COAL COKE COMPANY INCORPORATED Exclusive Agents Carbon Fuel Co Miners and Shippers Cabin Creek Steam and Oas Coal ALSO DEALERS IN PITTSBURGH JELLICO AND KENTUCKY COAL YardsFirst and River Floyd and Fulton ElevatorFranklin and Hancpck Streets OFFICE 411 COLUMBIA BUILDING 3i I E OaWLVO T Try CIOwDA- nd you givingYOUR UNITED LAUNDRY CO i Incorporated HAND WORK A SPECIALTY ss GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 1188493732 if SHEPARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN 4 Both Phone 2J99 W WWW 3PGNCBS President 4Rxp t Accountant XTHAND MAIN KTRBBT5 IS- CC P President BANNON DR J T CIA WKS Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For lad Delivered OFFICE INFIRMARY AND SHOEING FORGE IOOM009 BROADWAY r t t t J T l II I For Buslaest Good andSueccMJ OAU M warts row run WPOBMATIOH Vuk6 N11litll- Ae lilt 1liN1 IVlcrHOI1 Educates Young People EmpIoyiBset LOlliSyJLLEKy business College A H M WOLTRINO Secretary W ilR B BANNON Trt urtr P aiioi Slour Pipe Co Salt PipeBaaaeBs telSteam cIt richFireGrate ClanCkdsaser Sidewalk crick OFFICE JEFFERSONTBiEPBOtt WORKS 13th and Lexington and MsgaoHa Ave Bet gth aad io fc- TBLBPH05K c 3833q 6 c