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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j fP r jf wp 7 J II- w 1 t rSHnYt 4 r AMERICAN I fiw IIJ I Ivds Y 1 IVN022LOUISVILLEr SATURDAY 1 DECEMBER 21905 PRICE FIVE CENTS 11 FOOLISH M 1JPeopleTPay to Bo Humbugged by the Adept titles1 Fay Hands of the Artist Are Not Tied During Cabinet Trick l How She Works the Mental Telepathy on the Credu Ions Audience SHE HAS MANY CONFEDERATES Anna Eva Pay who has taken many dollars from credulous Louisville people finds this city so easy that she intends to come back next week for more Her mental telepathy is a fake but Anna Eva realizes that the American people love to be humbugged The dally newspapers I too have aided and abetted Miss Fay in her work and her next engagement promises big returns Various exposes of Anna Eva Pays work have been published from time to time but the people still are credulous enough to pay good money to see her Stunt She Is not as good as Herrman and many other slelght of hand per formers Miss Fay is apparently se curely bound in a cabinet A committee tests the strength of the bonds and pto nounces them secure The fact is Miss Fay has never been bound at all al I though the committee may not know itI She directs the work of the committee in testing the bonds that are supposed to secure her Very often the committee is honest in Its intentions but after hav ing been instructed by Miss Pay its mem bers leave her unsecured Hence she emerges from the cabinet without effort Her hands have been free to bang tam bourines and cymbals ring bells etc If the committee were to grasp the mediums two wrists and wrench them open suddenly the deception would be instantlyseen It is so absurdly simple when you once know how Remember i though that the members of the comi mittee are in the limelight as it were I1and hence a little embarrassed As aI sngesOr I lion made byMss Fay NowII So much CotSte cabinet scene for the telepath stunt An hour or more befote this act pads of paper are dis tributed among the audience by Miss Fays assistants People who receive these slips fold them up and secrete them in their pockets One of Miss Fays assistants gives his word to the specta tors that there has been no preparation about the paper and explains that tbevI are given to assist those who wish to write questl and may be discarded if ii desired When the questions have been written the assistant collects thtti pads and places them on or near the stage in full view of the audience Then tbeJJ vaudeville entertainment begins and consumes fortyfive minutes or on1erII Miss Fay then returns to the center of the stage Her eyes are blindfolded and a sheet is thrown aver ber Her mind begins to work rapidly from apjJearancjs and with dramatic effect she exclaims something after this fashion I see a lady in the leftide of the house She wants to know if she will find her diamond ring Will the lady who wrote that ques tion please raise her hand Inquires one of Miss Fays assistants The lady timidly raises her hand and the attend ant is at once at her side He grabs the paper from her bani and declares You are right Miss Fay Go on IIYou will find your ring says Miss FayIILet me assist you 1 seem to see an old dress in a closet If I were you I would make a careful examination of that old dress as I seem to see something that shines like a gema dia mond I Of course the woman who lost the ring is impressed Is that right asks the assistant She doesnt know But her Indecisio- impresses the people The secret of this surprising second sight trick lies In the pads of millboard some of which contain carbon sheets un Thederwriting of the spectators is thereb transferred by means of the carbon paper to sheets of writing paper placed under the carbon sheets The genuine mill- board pads that were distributed amon the audience are laid on the stage o somewhere in full view of the spectators while then prepared pads are carriedl behind the scenes where the questionsI are read and the answers prepared during the vaudeville performance It shouldl be explained at this point that when ani assistant hands a prepared pad to spectator he puts a secret mark on itaI and this mark indicates the exact part O the theater in which the writer is seated It need hardly be said that those who write on the genuine pads do not hav their questions answered unless they are confederates or unless the assistantt manages to get the paper in his hand in which case he transmits the question to Miss Fay by means of the secret code Before going any farther it should be tblrdOfithqUtioUar l seeing the future she would make npu easier than by exnibiting her charms at lwentq five cents a bead She could tell where capt Kidds treasure is buried or Wa11streetstockslb1ovementa= To us Miss Fay looks much like a hum bug RELIEF DENIED Judge ODoherty Reads the Law On Docking of Horses t Judge Matt ODoherty will have the thanks of the Humane Society all over the world for a decision rendered at the joint session of the Jefferson Circuit Court last Saturday It was on the sub ject of docking horses and Judge ODoherty held that the practice iis clearly against the law The question came up in this way DM A D and Prank T Eisenman the well known veterinary surgeons sued Joseph B Gathright in a Magistrates court for 21 alleged to be due for docking the tails of his two carriage horses Mr Gaihright filed an answer and counterclaim against the Eisenmans for 500 thereby transferring the action to the Circuit Court In his counterclaim Mr Gathright set up the plea that the Eisen mans had done the docking in a rough and unskilled manner that the horses presented an unsightly appearance and he was unable to use them for eight monthsIn decision Judge ODoherty holds that neither plaintiff is entitled to relief He quotes Section 124G of the statutes which reads If any person beat tor ture use or otherwise mistreat any horse or any other beast whether it be their own or that of any other person he shall bP subject to a fine of not less than 10 nor more than 100 Docking declares Judge ODoherty was a work of unnecessary cruelty There can be no room f9r doubt unless the alleged style customary and ap proved among fashionable horse owners can be held to justify it The court is unwilling to hold that a statute may be repealed by a fad That it was violated by both plaintiff and defendant seems clear The horses tall as everyone knows is of Immense value to him bis onlyarm of defense against files bich annoy him greatly in this climate The act of cutting or docking is cruel in itself and still more in its consequence It is too well settled to need citation of authorities that a right of action can not iccrgejpaparty out gE v9ltionjofvthe law It is also well settled that where both parties have violated the law the court leaves them where it finds them and refuses to give either relief The case will be dismissed when placed on the trial docket II STRANGE LAWS Gaelic Good Enough For Re cruits But Bad For Dogs Here is a sample of British justice In Ireland Eammon ONeill B A was tried last month on the charge of having an unlicensed dog in his possession ONeill testified that he had applied for the license Clerk Forde of the petty sessions testified that he had refuted to grant the license because ONeill made His Application in Gaelic characters ONeillsattorney stated that he had a poster from the War Department printed in Irish characters calling on the men of Cork and Kerry to join the Kings army He added that while Gaelic was good enough to secure recruits to be killed in defense of Great Britain it was not good enough to fill out a dog license A majority of the Magistrates held that a dog license could not be taken out in Gaelic and fined ONeill sixpence and costs Rather than pay the fine he permitted himself 19 be conveyed to the Cork jail where he was imprisoned for five days When he arrivedi In Cork a big delegation met him and cheered him heartily QUARTERLY MEETING SocietynWill Be Held Decem ber 10 The regular quarterly meeting of the heldyon Sunday December 10 one week from tomorrow The members of the various conferences will approach holy com ingtro assemble at St Francis Hall in the base ment pfEthe Cathedral at 3 oclock sharp in the afternoon It is the wish of the Reverend Chaplain Father Rock and President James T Campbell that every member of the society attend this quay telly meeting as many matters of rut port nce are to be considered HANDSOME IINCREASE Reports issued by the Supreme officersI anedl L dies of America have largely increasedf 1hi membership during the past year and f11at thee number insured will reach 10000I before January 1 I BISHOP MAES IN NEW YORK The Right ReyC P Mass Bishop of Covington spent several days la New York ant week as the gn tt dt Mr andI p Mr Theodore Wolf Tone r- u t HANGS ON Premier Balfour and His Col leagues Are Attached to Their Jobs Liberal as Well as Unionist Leaders Differ as to Irish Policy Rosebery and Bannerman Hold Irrecoiiclablo Views on Homo Rule THE FUTURE IS HARD TO PREDICT The British Cabinet meeting that had been looked for with more than usual political interest was geld in London but Premier Balfour did not resign as many had expected be would This would have precipitated the dissolution of Parliament and brought about a gen eral election early iu the coming year Just what will happen no one seems to know unless it is Balfour himself One thing is certain he and his ministry have not the confidence of the people Joseph Chamberlains tariff reform policy seems to be gaining favor in many quar ters and this has added to Balfours dis comfort The Premier it appears wants to hold on to his job as long as possible While his political opponents are clamor lug for him to resign Balfour appears in no hurry It was also thought that the majority of his Cabinet would tender their resignations at the recent meeting On the contrary all seem to be glued to their jobs In all probability Parliament will soon meet only to adjourn sine die This will mean not only its dissolution but likewise the downfall of the Balfour MinistryThe of interest to the Irish people is What relief will Ireland get as the result of Balfours downfall Neither the Liberals nor the Unionists seem to agree among themselves on what policy to pursue regarding Ireland Speaking at Stirling in Scotland on Thursday of last week SirJHenry Camp bellBannerman leaderof the Liberal party outlined his partyXlpolicy and among other things proposed home rule forIreland TwodasJater Lord + Rose bery another leader of the Liberals re pudiated the home rule policy proposed by Sir Henry Campbell Bannerman In a speech delivered at Cornwall he said I am opposed to home rule for Ireland not only on high constitutional reasons but also because I desire the welfare of the Irish peoples I state emphatically and explicitly that I will never serve under the home rule banner Still later on Monday of this week Sir Edward Gray who was Under Secre tary for Foreign Affairs in the Liberal administration of 1892 to 1895in a speechat New Castle attempted to dissi pate the widespread impression that the positions taken by LordJRosebery and Sir Henry Campbell Bannerman are irre concilable However he did not succeed very well in his efforts Gray thinks that Lord Rosebery put a wrong construction on Sir Henry Campbell Banner mans utterances yet he himself is opposed to home rule for Ireland Sir Henry CampbellBannerman in a second declaration stated in emphatic language that the only way to heal the difficulties of Irish government was to give Ireland the management of its own affairs Still another speaker Austin Chamberlain announces that the crisis in the Cabinet exists only in the imagination of the newspapers- As a consequence it is very hard to predict what will happen next and when the next general election wilt take place NAZARETH PUPILS Pay Homage to St Cecilia the Patron of Music On the evening of November 22 the Cecilian Society of Nazareth Academy entertained the inmates of the Institu tion with a musicale in honor of St Cecilia whose feast day is annually cele brated by her devoted children and faithful admirers Besides the Sisters and pupils we had as our guests Very Rev William P Hogarty Rev Father Davis chaplain of Nazareth Mr M J Ford Mrs Peak of Louisville and others The recreation ball where the audi ence was assembled to witness the exer cises was artistically decorated in tall graceful ferns and garlands of delicate flowers At one end of the stage was erected an arch of palm branches and roses in the ceuter of which was hung a picture of St Cecilia the virgin martyr Attire other side of the stage was a large bronze bust of one of the greatest musi clans the world bas known Beethoven whose genius was also honored on the occasion The bust was mounted on a prettylcontrast to r palm leaves and flowers In the center ofr which was a gold lyre made a very pretty picture Promptly at 7 oclock the sweet strains from the academy orchestra raug throughhI the vast hall and as these died Miss Marguerite Moore after a few kindly words of welcome paid a beautiful trib ute of praise to the saint rtJioal wcat- IoYcA choir of awMtroicathrwa g her glories in a HyWto Saint Cecilia while our beloved patroness seemed t smile benignly down from her throne o homageMyfully rendered by our chief cornettist Miss Ethel Wathen Miss Margaret M Kenna in her excel lent rendition of jthe thrilling story Ursus and the Aachs by Slenlde wicz seemed to pourforth her very soul arousing a deepe sympathy in the hearts of her ben r the persecuted Christians rIfoA piano duo from Fifth Con certo Beetboven KulIacks by Misses Geraldine HenderseS and Ida Charles Carroll two of our rnost skillful musicians afforded niuciT pleasure The members ottbct third singing class clad in robes of blue and white sang a very pleasing song forming a beautiful picture in the red green and golden lights A selection from be famous Racine I Sange DAthalie qwas admirably de livered by Miss Margie Walsh in which by the spirit and naturalness with which she recited she showed her extensive acquaintance with tt e foreign language- A few other interesting numbers com pleted the programme at the end of which a series of tableaux was presented The first was a representation of the fine arts Music occupied the center while around her were Painting wih the brush and pelette jPoetry holding a scroll Sculpture bearing in one hand a chisel while the otbj r rested on a bust of a noted histories I In the next tables ux Our Favorite Saints were well peg onlzed St Mary Magdalene was lkaeijHng in the center clasping a rustic crosi4 Around her were gracefully grouped Stt Elizabeth of Hun gary with her traditional roses St Agnes bearing a palm branch blessed Margaret Mary St Catherine appro priately pictured and ur dear St Cecilia When the curtain rse for the list time we had as it seemed J glimpse of Baby Land Three little maids in flowing white garments caiag tripping in eachI fondly caressing adaSly with one hand and carrying fin rtfe other a lighted taper They wpa tSs hearts of nil as their sweet i irlcees pealed forth a goodblght During the bleakwinter months many delightful entertainments break the monotony of school1tCe Nazareth bnt the one in honor of owVdear St Cecelia Js never for ottol1 byike deyoted clients M iRcE4tA FORDI RECEt F l ATiI h1 I The funeral of Michael J Hogan whoI died at the family residence 1206 Lexington I street on Saturday afternoon took place from St Williams church atI 9 oclock Tuesday morning The deceased was thirtyfive years old and his death is deplored by many friendsII Gustave Baisch a well known member of the Cathedral congregation died Monday morning at the family home on West Broadway after long Illness borneI with patience and fortitude He wasI thirtyfour years old and is survived by aI wife and cblldI The funeral took placeC from the Cathedral ou Wednesday mornI ingtt The last rites over the remains off Capt J James T Duffy took place Monday morn ing at St Augustines church the Rev I John OCounell officiating There was a great outpouring of mourning friends and acquaintances and the funeral was the largest ever witnessed in Jefferson J ville The remains were brough tQSt Louis cemetery for interment Rev gather Connolly conducting theservices at the grave i Mrs Mary Martin a well and favor ably known lady of the West End died at the home of her spainlaw Edmund J Coleman 2712 Portland avenue on Wednesday morning She had been an invalid for more than a year and suf fered from cancer of the stomach The deceased was the widow of Morris Martin and was born in Kentucky fiftysix years ago The greater part of her life was spent in LouisvilleiSix children aura vive They are Mrs Edmund J Cole man Misses Lillie sjnd Addle Martin and Messrs Daniel John and Morris Merlin The funeraj took place from her soninlaws residence on Friday morning The buriall was in St Louis cemetery t The funeral of Mrs Mary Collins who died at her home 1519 Twelfth street on Friday of last week took place fro St Louis BertrandV church at 230 oclock Sunday after son Mrs Collin- was born in Ireland ventythree years ago but had lived fit Louisville more than half a century Death resulted from the ailments usu illy attendant upon old age although lie demise pray have been hastened by gri over the death of her two sons former itationkeeper Tlce Collins and Frank Collins who died within a year of ea h other The deceased is survived t y one son I Collins and three d lughters Mrs Pat rick OHearn Mrs Otto Schmidt andl Mrs William Stam etman She was highly esteemed by all who knew her JOINT MEETING Announcement made Tuesday that soother joint meetinj of the Falls Cities councils of the YOB ig Mens Institute would soon be held i alacklns hall on Twentysixth afreet These meetings have heretofore bro ght together larger gatherings of young men and have reo suited in much gocx Speakers ate sc lecttadftomthedllentconncill liter cry exercises are h and the members are ilade to know 1 other a fY1M11I Louisville Councils Name Can didates For Annual Election Jtlackln and Trinity Put Strong Opposing Tickets in Field Contests Will Bring Out Big Meetings For Next Week ONLY GOOD MEN WERE NAMED Satolli Council met Monday night at the club house with a fair attendance of members Besides the transaction of the usual routine business appropriate resolutions were adopted on the death of Capt James T Duffy Nominations for officers for the ensuing year were made and the election will be held Monday night when there will be a reception and an abundance of refreshments Fol lowing is a list of the candidates President Joseph Lenlhan First Vice PresidentHarry Colgan Second Ylce President Samuel J Bol drick Financial SecretaryGeorge Zorn Recording SecretaryFrank Luckert Corresponding SecretaryAlbert C SteberTreasurerJames B Perry Inside Sentinel Joseph Gasper Crottyisome past an interesting membership contest between teams headed by John J Crotty and Joe Lenlhan which will continue until Jan nary 1 Both teams are after the young men of the central and southern sections of the city and it need not be surprising if the membership is doubled before that biginitiationThe fact that Mackin Council was to nominate its officers last Tuesday night brought out a big attendance of members despite the heavy downpour of rain Ou all sides was manifest evidences of the interest being taken in the contest now greatStickets were put in the field each selected for its ability and strength which assures Mackin another year of uninterrupted prosperity The opposing forces are headed by Charles Raidy and Ben Sand respectively and while the race will be friendly it will be none the less spirited and they winners will not be know until the ballots are counted In making the nominations there was a display of oratory that was surprising and is good evidence of the benefits derived from membership in such an organization Following are the candidates from among whom the officers are to be chose- nPresidentBen Sand and Charles S Raidyv First Vice PresidentSamuel Robertson and Louis J Kieffer Second Vice PresidentD Oliver Pat ton and John T Kenney Recording Secretary Frank G Mor gan and John Boland Financial SecretaryFrank G Adams and Richard Wetzel- Corresponding SecretaryFrank Klein and Frank G Lanahan Treasurer Joseph C Steltenpohl and Dan Weber MarshalJohn P Stewart anil James MullarkeyInside Sentinel Charles Oswald and Carl Bartlcl Outside Sentinel Louis Kinsella and Fred Zabn Executive Cqmmittee William Ker berg John E Carr Robert T Burke Clarence Zookj Fred Herp Frank Mnr phy John Humphrey J H Bloemer Charles Smith aud Frank Deuser Measures were adopted that will increase the fund for the memorial win dow to be placed in the new St Cecilias church and it was decided to hold the next initiation on December 19 The Membership Committee reported that applications were being filed at each meeting and the council had reason to beingmmade Charles Peak and Sebastian Hub recoveredsleaving none now on the sick list Upon motion the election was made a special order for 845 oclock Tuesday night so that adjournment may be had at a reasonable hour Trinity Council Y M I met Monday night with a splendid attendance Presi dent Cooney presided and officiated att the obligation of several new members applicationss were also received Two complete tickets were nominated with Albert F Martin the nominee for President heading one side and James B Kelly leading the other The sacs promises to be spirited and full of inter est Messrs Martin and Kelly have both worked faithfully injthe interest of th order The former is at present Parst islPasti terms as President of Trinity Many off the members feel that MrKeUy been sufficiently honored and that hasI Martin is deserving of consideration offrinitrcoiljtiUIHII council and fa members art anxkHu r for the completion of the new club house as their male friends Soon after Advent the ladies willgive another of their en joyable entertainments for the benefit of the building fun- dPLEASANT I I SURPRISE Planned by Literary Commit tee For the Members pf Division 1 The heavy rain of Tuesday night kept so many members of Division 1 AO H from attending that it was deemed advisable to postoone the nomination of officers until the next meeting night which will be Tuesday December 12 The attendance was excellent when the weather conditions are taken into con sideration yet those present were unani mous in favor of the postponement Several members argued that something ought to be done to bring out a better attendance As a result the Literary Committee met and decided on a special programme for the next meeting The entertainment that the members of this committee promise will be in the nature of a surprise Rain or no rain the Literary Committee want every member of Division 1 on hand that night The business session will be as brief as possi ble Officers for the ensuing year will be uomlnated and elected and when it is remembered the excellent selections Division 1 has made it will be safe to predict that the new officers will be among the very best men in the order The members having done their duty In selecting officers will be then rewarded by the entertainment provided especially for the evening There can be no excuse given for nonattendance as every mem ber will be individually notified before the meeting takes place IRISH BOWLERS Who Attend National Tournament Here Will Be Well Entertained The rapid progress that is being made with the construction of the Armory building is very gratifying to local bowlers T1I national bowling tournament will be held in the new armory begin ning March 17 St Patricks day This means that several thousand of the bowl ing fraternity will be here to witness the opening of the tournament They will not only openAit week but oceans of money Bowlers are fond of this ath letic sport and they are willing to pay well for all Its adjuncts Bowling is clean and healthful It is a mans game and the national tournament will bring a great gathering to Louisville from all over the United States There will be IrishAmerican teams from New York Boston Milwaukee Chicago and all the other big cities in the North East and West Louisville expects to represent the South in entertaining them and there is every indication thit the visiting bowlers will be well treatedICol Jacob H Haager is responsible for the fact that such extensive prepar ations have been made for the entertainment pf the visitors And the fact tbatI the tournament will open on St Pat ricks day will be a special inducement to bring Hibernian bowlers to Louisville Steps are now being taken by some of the leading Irishmen in Louisville to arrange for the proper entertainment of the Hibernian bowlers In this work they are cooperating with Col Haager No matter what happens the Hibernian bowlers will receive a royalwelcome and plenty of good cheer SAD END Daniel Hagerty Dins While on Visit to Mother and Brother Daniel Hagerty fortyeight years old and former Chief of Police and a promi nent resident of Shreveport died Mon day afternoon at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital after an illness of only a few days duration The deceased arrived here about three weeks ago to visit his aged mother Mrs Mary Hagerty and his brother John Hexerty1016 Colum bin street His old time friends were glad to see him and the news of his un expected death was a great shock to themAbout fifteen years ago Mr Hagerty removed from Louisville to Shreveport taking an active part in the public affairs of the city and amassing a nice fortune For sixyears he served as Chief of Police and made a splendid record The funeral took place Wednesday morning from St Patricks church and was largely at tended I LADIES ARE WANTED All members are urged to attend the meeting of the Ladles Auxiliary A O H next Wednesday night The Presi dent Miss Mary Sheridan has some very important business to announce to the ladies and in addition there will be willeinterest all LECTURer The Joint Committee of the Young Mens Institute are arranging for a corn ptii entarypublic lecture to be given Ittttfr the llatter part of this month or iti al1ulryIt will probably take placJiVin Macaulcys Theater and the ur r will be oaf of wide reputation MOUNTAIN 1 Catholics Will Celebrate First Anniversary of Churchs Dedication A Missionary Tells of the Fervor of His ScatteredtiFlock Bishop Macs Has TwiceAdmin isterod Confirmation at Boattyvllle FATHER PUNCH GOES TO RICHMOND f Priests of the Covington diocese are spreading the light of true faith in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky These zealous missionaries are meeting with great success They find the mountaineers t tractable and industrious The greater part of this missionary work has been confined of late to the Rev Fathers Thomas D Cooney and William T Punch Recently Father Punch has been transferred from the mountain missions to the pastorate of the church at Rich mond where his work will be somewhat less arduous Father Cooney who is still engaged in the mountains writes interestingly to concerninghisscattered flock He tells us that the Catholics of Beattyville will celebrate tomorrow in a worthy manner the anui versary of the dedication of their little church of All Saints It is built upon a mountain side a most picturesque spot commanding a splendid view of the reYrounding country and overlooking the Kentucky river which winds along the beautiful valley below Ou the dome of the churclf the gilded cross raised high y above the village can be seen for miles around and as the suns rays fall upon it it attracts the eyes of the traveler Since the dedication of the church last year by the Right Rev Bishop Maes he has visited it twice confirming in all fiftyeight souls most of them converts I eightyfive tirfheeyesmen and women kneel side by side with their children and grandchildren while the good Bisi op with uplifted hands inv ottU the spirit of God to strengthen and perfect them For the first time the mountain Catho lics had seen a Bishop worshiped iu a church or assisted at high mass As one old mountain woman remarked It was a sight for sartin She wondered how she could have seen it all and lived It is a remarkable example of the preservation of faith that during all tbese intervening years remote from civilization without the ministrations of a priest surrounded by Protestant in fluences these few good people retained their faith and handed it down as the richest inherence of their children The Catholic population is indeed small in these mountains not mote than 150 in areimajorityProtestants enegy in capturing the mountains and strengthening their stronghold But that was before the Catholic priest made his appearance and spread the light of the one true faith The priest was regarded as quite a curiosity in many parts of the mountains but today the contrivances made use of in the time of A P Aism to apostatize Catholics and hinder conver aloes while still in use have been ten dered less effective With missionaries upon the ground to answer the charges made by enemies of the faith to chali+ lange their honesty to fling back the lie into their months they are not hail so antagonistic Bigots are poor fighters fn the open Good bushwhackers per baps but doomed to defeat in the end The opposition to the establishment of Catholicity in the mountains has been weakened by the successful erection oj a Catholic church and the Catholic peo pIe by their example their faith and works have awakened the interest of the better class of minds in the mountains Much work is accomplished by the mis sionaries by visiting the mountain homes carrying the necessaries for saying mast at private houses converting every available article of furniture into an altar preaching and instructing continually in presenttbfrehavelies are large and no evldencwrufrace suicide are apparent r GOES TO SOUTH AFRICA The Right Rev Edward M Qbrecht 1 abbot of Gethsemane left Louisville fort New York last Saturday night and will sail in a few days for South Africa where he is to resume the work of directing the various Trappist monasteries Father Obrecht expects to be away a year o more and during his absence the tr eatery of Getbsemane will be in cW of the Very Reverend Prior m a5 PRAISED BY POPE His HoliaKSf Pupe Pius X rec said to the Most Rev Archbishop S titular Archbishop of Heliopolia all the rulers of great nation Pre R work the b m S 1IIIIIr KENTUOKY IRiR9WAMERIOAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERiGflti INNNMNIINNNNNIM vtsd to the Meter aat SeeUl AdT t oemeat of sit IrJkAerl M r KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH FRS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY rsc Batercd at the toMlsvlIlc Postofflc ls SicoNd Clsst Mttlar Uduti allC8111D alull t8 the KBNTUCKY IRISH AMeRICAN 3Z6 West Green Strut lIu LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY DECEMBER 219051 FOOTBALL MUST 00 IMembers of the faculty of Col have taken ia strong stand against football not only because the game as now played in American colleges is dan gerous and brutal but because iit fosters a dishonest and unsports manlike spirit among the students It is to be hoped that Yale Harvard and the other leading univer sites will have the courage to follow the lead taken by Columbia At least nineteen fatalities this year can be tracedto events on the gridiron and more than one hun dyed have been permanently injured This too when the season is abou half over Colleges have paid too much attention to football and too litle to educating the minds and r hearts of their students Rough and brutes have been allowed to matriculate at some of these uni versities not because they desires an education but because they were being paid to play on the footbal team Dishonesty has no place in college life and the sooner the fac ulties find that out the better iit will befor all concerned GOD SAVE THE KINO The twenty years sleep of Rip Van Winkle has been outdone The Dublin correspondent of the- oo London Times is awake to the fac KlnlrEdward in Ireland The whole world has known that the Irish tid no love for England nor her kings since Strongbow set foot in that sainted isle If an American correspondent had the hardihood to write his paper that the Irtel were disloyal to England he would f have been fired forthwith Listen to this from the Dublin correspondent of the London Times Simultaneous with the growth of the Gaelic Leaguethe fact iis indisputable however strenuously the connection may be denied there has been an alarming increase in the public expression of disloy alty in Ireland The posting of antirecruiting placards is one dew onstration of it the open treason talked at many meetings of public bodies is another another and per haps the most significant is the assertion by many Nationalists of aright to have the national anthem excluded from any function in- SS which they are asked to take part The anthem is never sung at purely Nationalist gatherings and it h nearly always sung at purely loyalist meetings but readers of the Times would be surprised to learn from how many mixed social func tiods it has disappeared of slate owing to the fear of scenes j A sensible pronounce incur by the Roman Catholic hier rcby would be most valuable at this jjuncture but this is not to be expected Whatever the views of individual prelates may be the hierarchy as a whole is no active preacher of loyalty in Ireland In this respect the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Tuam is a voice cry ing in the wilderness and crying it is tcQbe feared in vain Not a rsRle other bishop has ventured to indorse publicly Dr Healys state ment thit Irish Nationalists owe to hii Mj9estyj an absolute and unconditioned loyalty as King de facto and de jure On the other hand the official approval of the Birds of the Roman Catholic ch in Ireland has just en- ded to the Gaelic Leagues faigri against the State system tsh primary education England depends stoleyupon apendents of the Times fontu tioa concerning Ireland truly we can say God save the King LABOR INSPECTORS REPORT State Labor Inspector Thomas J Scally has transmitted his annna report to Commissioner of Agri culture Hubert Vreeland Itisi from start to finish a comprehensive document and includes every phase pf labor conditions in the State Inspector Scally pays particular attention to child labor and to the employment of women citing numerous instances where the con ditions could be ameliorated Oi the matter of trade unions he says Labor is fast becoming a power in this State and in the main a power for good Strikes are few and there seems to be in Kentucky a better feeling between employe and employe than in many tithe States The Kentucky Irish American iis glad tp hear this statement from ai official source It desires to congratulate Mr Scally on the genera excellence of his report and thi State on having such a trustworthy official Ex Governor Douglas is expected to be the next Congressman from the Fourteenth district of Massa chusetts At least he can have the Democratic nomination if he want it Mr Douglas has made a good Governor and will make an excellent Congressman He understand the needs of the working people and if elected to Congress will leg islate for their benefit It is to to hoped that Mr Douglas will con sent to betotnc a candidate and that other timber of his material will be found to give the nation a splendid representation The Hon John F Fitzgerald editor of the Republic one of the best Catholic weekly journals and a former member of Congress has been nominated by the Democrats to succeed the late lamented Pat rick A Collins The Kentucky Irish American wishes him success The latest London dispatches indicate that the Balfour Cabinet is likely to resign at any moment It is also believed that Sir Henry Campbell Bannerman will be asked to become Premier of the new Lib eral Government RELIGION VS SUICIDE I remember that some years ago relates the venerable Archbishop Ryan when I was building a church in Phila delphia I wsa speaking with an agnoS tic and I said to him suicide will increase as faith diminishes For what object has a man without religion to live on when the sky grows dark and troubles accumulate around him And this man said I do not think religion has any thing to do with suicide Well shortly afterward I met a man a workman of the church and I said to him Michael you were pretty badly treated by the landlord in Ireland I was said he In all your misfortunes said I did you ever think of suicide Now be was not much ofa scholar Irish and English he spoke but nothing more Still he knew suicide was killing some how and he answered the question straight Well said he I did but riot to tell your reverence a lie never ou myself I am afraid he had no serious objection to commit it on the landlord Well said L why did you not feel tempt cHo commit suicide WbyI said he If i were to commit it on myself I should go to bell for all eter nity where I should have a worse landlord than I had in Ireland QOINQ TO IRELAND Miss Ellen Delaney one of the most popular young ladies in Limerick is icing extensively entertained prior to her departure for Ireland where she hopelto spend the holidays with her perentl During the week Messrs and lesdamea John and Pat Kilkenny and P JMurphy gave functions lia konor of he fair traveler who expects to sailJ Ineeuiber9 To takeoutIodine stains dlptleartfcle a milk and rub the spots with stare as thabap Rinse iu clear wattr J 1 SQGIEfV IMIM Susie Shane spent Thanksgivin relatives at She herosvUle Mrs Matt J Cassin and son are the guests of Mrs George Goettel at Dee Park Mrs Fontaine Kremer who has been ill at Sta Mary and Elizabeth Hospital is improving Miss Lily Hutti entertained Thursda evening at her home with a very enjoy able eigbt handed euchre party Mrs W L Meixsel has returned horn from a pleasant visit to Deer Park where she was the guest of Mr and Mrs W H Lindlc Miss Anita Muldoon who has been In New York and the East since September will return home December 20 for the holidays Mrs David Hagan of Owensboro ant her daughter Miss Lydia Hagan are the guests of Mr and Mrs John Graves on Fifth street Michael Highland a well known rive man who has been seriously ill at the Marine Hospital for the past two weeks is rapidly improving Dr and Mrs W D Rodman are expected to close their summer home at Shelbyvllle next week and return to Louisville for the winter Mrs James B Dillon has gone to join her husband at Memphis where he Is now chief operator for the Western Union Telegrapj Company Miss Catherine Carr who is attending St Catherines Academy at Springfield spent Thanksgiving day with her parents Mr and Mrs John Carr of Portland Mrs Lawrence May of Marietta Obio spent this week in this city the guest of her cousins Mrs WJ Burke and Mis Maggie McHugh on Seventeenth street Mrs Michael C Thornton 1622 East Elm street New Albany left Wednesda for Cincinnati where she will spend ta month visiting her brother Thomas TuleyMiss Kate Breslin will be at Houston Texas during the winter as the guest of Mr and M J OLougblin The latte was a Miss Breslin of this city prior to net marriage Mrs Mary C Coder is just recovering from an operation which was performed at St Josephs Infirmary last Tuesday Mrs Coder is the mother of Louis L and Councilman George B Coder Prank Sansberry and bride formerly Miss Cora F Johnson have come to Louisville to make their home They are members of old and respected Catho lie families in Washington county Charles McCarthy and wife of Oldham street have returned from Springfield Ky where they went to attend the nuptials of Mrs McCarthys aunt Mrs Green to Bailey Peyton of Lebanon Tenn The many friends of Miss Agnes Flana gan are glad to again see her at her post in the Louisville dental parlors ou Fourth avenue During the past sum mer she visited several places in search of health which we are pleased to state has been fully restored Miss Mary Hickerson and Frank Rabe pecker have announced to their friends that they were married by the Very Rev Father Cronin on June 5 The announce ment was a pleasant surprise Mr and Mrs Rabcnecker have begun housekeeping on the Taylor boulevard John J Selb4 rz the Story avenue druggist had a special reason for giving thanks on Thursday Another boy It weighs eight pounds and arrived Tues day Judging from the yells from the lungs of the youngster Papa Selberz believes that his new Ion will be a foot ball player Miss Alice Borderland John Monahan were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at St Georges church at 4 oclock Wednesday afternoon The bride is a popular West End girl and resided with ber parents at 3003 Eighteenth street t1r Mpnohan came to Louisville re ently from Ellzabethtown Mrs Frank Prewitt prominent in the octal life of Crawfordsville Ind is here as the guest of her cousin Mrs M J IcClusky 1708 Brook street Mrs rewltt has been receiving much social attention and was the guest of honor at in enjoyable reception at the home of Mrs McClnsky on Thanksgiving day Miss Ophelia Veron Hosteller and Thomas J Boyle were united in matri pony at St Boniface church Thanks tying afternoon at 330 oclock The Rev Pather Hugo officiated Miss Tillie filler was maid of honor and John Has etter a brother of the bride was the belt man After the ceremony Mr and Jrs Boyle departed on a Western trip John Riley a well known resident of his city and Miss Grace Kime a popular roung lady of New Albany were united In marriage at St Mary church Wednesday evening Rev Father Bor sea officiating The bride Iis the datigh ter of William Kline 712 ijast Fourth treetThey have the best wishes ofa tost of friends for a long life of happi leas and prosperity The Rev Father Flood O P performed the ceremony at 6 oclock Wed nasday evening that made Miss Kath rlne R Lucey Mrs Richard A Ritter The wedding took place in the rectory of t Cools Bertrand convent Messrs ndrew Meagher and John T Hannoa were the attendants Mr and Mrs Rite OiJiymoontripJpreparatory INSURE YOUR LIFENOW IN THE Catholic Knights of America This is the safest and cheapest insurance society in the United States and has a special reserve fnnd 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 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 desired information will be furnished by officers and members or by the CENTRAL COMMITTEE NEWTON G ROGERS President JOHN J SCORE Secretary ar1rivedI week and were welcomed by many old I friends Mrs McCleery has been under treatment in Chicago for several months but wished to be home for Thanksgiving day Col McCleery accordingly went to Chicago to bring her here It will be gratifying to many to know that Mrs McCleery is improving rapidly in health Miss Georgia Troitman and William McCormick were united in matrimony at St Johns church at 3 oclock on Thursday afternoon the Very Rev Father Bax officiating After the cere many the young couple held a reception at the home of the brides mother Mrs Annie Cotten 714 Washington street Miss Mamie Cleary was maid of honor and Walter Van Hart of Cincinnatiwas best man Bride and groom are well and favorably known in the East End One of the pleasant surprises of the season was the wedding on Tuesday of Patrick J Ross and Mrs Lizzie Shuber The groom is a popular business man end conducts a grocery at Eighth and St Catherine streets and his bride was a pretty and attractive widow of Shelby street While it was known to certain friends that Mr Ross contemplated mat rimony it was not known that the event was so near at hand He made his arrangements surreptitiously and at 5i oclock Tuesday evening a carriage con taing Mr Ross Mrs Shuber and their attendants Tom Muldoon and James McKiernan drove up to St Louis Der trends church where the ceremony was performed by the Rev Father Flood O P After the ceremony the bridal party had a quiet supper at Mr Ross home The news of the wedding was soon spread abrpad and since then Mr and Mrs Ross have been busy receiving congratulationsBELATED DINNER John F Oetken Walked His Thanksgiving Turkey From Kentucky John F Oetken a popular member of the Kentucky Irish American bowling team had a belatedl Thanksgiving din neroIt had been planned for noon It took place about 630 oclock The post ponement was caused from the fact that Oats as he is called by his familiars 1 did not know what to do with his turkey after he got it Oats won a Thanksgiving turkey for a high score at Grotes alleys He called for his bird on Thanksgiving morning Meanwhile he had invited a uumber of friends to dine at his pretty New Albany home When he made application for the turkey Thursday morning Oscar Willis manager of the alleys told him the birds were afoot This was Mr Oetkens first disappointment but he did qot want to kick after getting the bird for nothing He looked as cheerful as possible under the circumstances and said All right Give me a piece of ropeWillis gave him the rope Instead of tying the gobblers legs he made a loop around its neck Next he got a pocket ful of corn and sometimes leading oftener dragging the turkey Oats started down the street He bad an indistinct recollection of a sign forbidding dogs on street cars He thought if dogs were not allowed to ridenei her were turkeys He hall many qu experiences before he marched that bira to the entrance to the Kentucky and I diana bridge There the turkey balked Oats dropped a few grains of corn and felled Nice turkey Pretty turkeyI Come on now But the turkey never moved Oats then tried to kick the turkey but the bird lodged and fell over the side of the bridge He was yanked up more dead than alive and was finally dragged to the shores of Indiana Oats wada perspiring from his efforts and the poof turkey had corns on Its feet as a result pf its long walk but the man was triumphant Wen he said to his guests I bad along walk but I got here with the bird What are you all going to have They ire still taking something DAWSON REPORT Grand Secretary J dwin C Dawson has sawed bin report to the various councils of the Young Mens Institute in the iKentucky jurisdlct nand the statistics given are most gr tifying to the members of the order There has been a toady gain in mi fibers and finances since the Newport convention and aUI the councils are iit healthy condition The Grand officers expect to institute everal more councils during the early tart of the year SpecialIreference is made to moveme its inaugurated by Grand President eardon and PrdIArnold of Owens ro who are making j a splendid record fo this years admlnis ration I ADVENT BEGINS i Tomorrow will betke first Sunday in dvd t and froaihow until Christmas c ezcept at requital masses the vestmenfs worn will bepu llePurple is the lurchs penitential color Vnd Advent 1 i the name implies is a euolptepera1 tory to the advent or coming of the Saviour Every Friday in Advent isa fait day M wfll asatdayof absUtMhc tI fl L T tC1ULEYS Monday Tuesday and Wednesday Evenings and Wednesday Matinee MAY IIRWINThursday Friday and Snturday ISvenfnga and Saturday Matin- eeBLANCHE WAL- SHHOPIITNSHIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE TWO snows DAILY Opening Week Beginning Sunday Dec 3 Valerie Bergere Co Presenting a comedy playlette IIBillles First Love Ilolcombe Curtis Webb purveyors of mirth and melody Famous Jackson Family world renowned cicyllsts Alllnei and his educated monkey Petro Francis Gerard the Hercu lean Gymnast Palmer R Jolson singing and whistling comedians The Kinodrome in new moving pictures BUCKINGHAMMATINEE WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY DEC 3 Sam Deveres Own Company THE GREATEST OF ALL 40 talented people including Andy Lewis Keene the two Shrodes and the Bijou Comedy Four LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS 544 Fourth Avenue Painless Extraction Examination Free Lady in attendance Established 12 years Honest prices good work and a reliable place All work guaranteed ten years Office open every night until f8 oclock Sundays 8 a m to 1 p m LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS 544 4th Ave In Avenue Theatre Building AMUSEMENTS Valerie Bergere and her company will present a pleasing comedy sketch entitled Billys Courtship as the feature of next weeks splendid billnt the Hopkins Miss Begere has been seen here before and her present offering is said to be one of the best that will be brought here this season TbeJJackson family of bicyclists is another act of headline qualifications on the samebill which will also introduce Holcomb Curtis and Webb Francis Girard Johnson Palmer and Johnson Mabelle Adams Alleuis monkeys and the kinodrope with new pictures Macauleys will present the inimitable May Irwin the first half of next week in her great comedy success Mrs Black Is Back which has scored a big hit wherever presented For the last half Blanche Walsh in The Woman in the Case will be the offering This play is by Clyde Pitch and is said to rank with his best works Miss Walsh brings the original cast and production in her engagement here Buster Brown the big musical comedy that holds the record for popu laxity at the Masonic Theater will be the offering for next week with matinees every day except Wednesday The attraction is said to be more elaborate in all respectsjtbis season than ever before and alreadythe advance sale of seats has reached great proportions A great bill Is announced for next week at the Buckingham when Sam Devere and his company of forty people will make their first appearance this season Devere has a star aggregation of vaudeville artists who will present a number of turns not seen here before VERY SUCCESSFUL Mackin Councils euchre on Thanks giving afternoon and night was the most successful affair ever given by that body and ovef 400 was realized for the Gym nasium Committee Miss Mary Glenn was awarded the gold witch for selling the greatest number of tickets The other three candidates did so well that the committee in charge has decided to make each of them a present HANDSOME NEW ACADEMY Kieley McDermott Covington con tractors have been awarded the contract for erecting the new Villa Madonna Academy near Bromley Ky The new academy will overlook Cincinnati Cov Ington and Newport and will cost between 80000 and 100000 It will be onducted by the Sisters of the order of- 3t Bernard CuscadenB re Ice Cream tor Weddings and Parties Both Phones 518 Salt and lemon juice will reprove Iron ruetJDI and mildew from white goodsf I o trt tl n U I I t t t REMEMBERtt- e THAT THE BEST PLACE IN THE CITY TO BUY 1 FURNITUREeOFI iWM F MAYER W MARKET STREET 1 t H+ +1 I I 101 I 11 I I 01+111 11 I JuI I II I I I I I H I I HH 1 I I I I 11 I 1 H I I OUR BEST EFFORTS ARE DIRECTED TO BE RECOGNIZED AS Louisvilles Carpet Store Every floor is teeming with stocks that tip the acme of excel lence Our exhibition of OAKIMSTSiaSEJ RUGSIs without A peer Selection quality and prices alike are strong champions for your fa- vorHUBBUCH BROSt 624 526 and 628 West Market Street MII1IIHHI1HIHHIIWHHIIMI I I l I I I I I I 1111111111111 I I lMZlil oILLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLI 111 1 I 1 I 1 I 1 1 11 3 Ibs of G nod COFFEE SOcMY SPECIAL FRESHLY ROASTED which makes it very different from the coffee that has dried out on the grocers shelves and thereby lost half its strength 45c For 1 Lb of Good Tea ImportationspricePhone MTJLLO COFFEE 4 ROASTER Q14 v ARKET STREET h f r I H I I 1 HIII1 1 1 I I I I I I I 1i0oi+1 +1 1 I I I I I I I I 1 I I 1 I H 1 1 H+ I w I MOTHERS BREAD Labels Redeemed for Toys and Handsome Presents I 416 W Jefferson Street near Fourth I 0101111 H 111iIN 11 HII JuIH HiHlHlHMHHH 11t31 1 THE IMPORTERS NORTON BLENDERS 9R KIoijOt t 1 HIGH GRADE COFFEES f IMPORTERS OF FINE TEAS t Office Warerooms and Mills 347 W Main tjj- rIHHHHIHI I II MMI MI I M I HIHH11111I 1 1 MI 1 HHIII 1 I HIII I IMII 1 IMfrI H M t T TT jrJAMES OWDERS- t y 1 151153 West Jefferson Street I Fish and OystersBo7rx PixoxJ a saa tt+ UlCIf MEAL BTEELRAHGEB t BAKE wcu- Caen q WELL LAn WELt QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES Best In The World Awarded first prize at the StLouis Worlds Fair QEHER SON 217 Market St near Second BURN RENDERCOALSpecially Central Coal Iron Co incorporatedI IIYard 15th Brook and and Delaware Washington 216 FOURTH AVENUE sota JhOZ1e se if7 II H nn + FINE WINES CHAMPAONM AL 0L13YY Y I 345 West Green Street JLXQUOKS CIOAK8 AI I nff BRINGI YOUR JOB PRINT G TO THIS OFFICE y V- v i ii Ti 1W 1 J s fQCNTUCKY IJH ANiPY Al1 t 1I1i+I 111F11111I 1 I I I I I 1 1 n 1 1 nIl I N InTRACY 14IL STRAUS BOTH PHONES 383 I TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS Carrlagea Short Pnrmlehed NotlcaiJon W MARKET STREET I 1 HinmininnmiMHI I 1 I I I I I 1 1 i HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND7 123 J J BARRETTt FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 EKST TwmiN STREET With the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT I 1uJ1 +11 t Jut JHHH A THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer j TELEPHONE 365 All callsl promptly attended to day or night Car ridges furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST 1011 I I H I I 1 IH I H I I I 1 +1 I1HlHHI1 I I I I 1 I Jul HHI I IIIII HI- t j t r Gran 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 t 4 H J I SUNDAYS 9 TO 12 rYOURrTEETH price at the FIXED DR N1J COUCHMAN Dentist t 551 FOURTH AVENUE oppJno C Lewis Co Our DIAMOND Wall Plaster is in a class by itself When you buy it you get goodness of quality combined with cheapness of price Kentucky Wall Piaster Co Incorporated TELEPHONE 2267 Brook and Rim Louisville Ky Also operating the Hoosier Wall Pins ter Jeffersonville Ind Telephone 555 BIG FOUR THE BEST LINE T- OIndianapolis 1 Peoria Chicago AND AU POmTSIl INDIANA and MICHIGAN Conan d Buffalo r New York Bostonf AND ALL POINTS EAST Information cheerfully furnished Officeci PeK oateftw Fourth AVe9r n 9 j Gabes Genl Agent Passenge s tOiIinU Kil r ++O+TT y 0 0 DANIEL J DOUGHERTY Funeral Director and Embalmer Both Phones 2998 Carriages Furnished All Occasions All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 We Market St Bet 12th and 13th +++++ tt44 6 e e e e + KATIE AGNES SMITH Formerly of Gran W Smiths Sons LADY EMBALMER Washing and dressing ladles and chil dren a specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reasonable prices All calls answered promptly day or night Home phone 1677 Office 652 Fifth Street C SCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE Hams Bacon Pork Lard Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and Green Streets TELEPHONE 2241 MANHATTAN RESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT S04 W Jefferson StrutOTTO B YENT Proprietor Home Phone 4715 CumbiiSo JJ CONNOR BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR DEALER IN LUMBER SASH DOORS BLINDS LATHS I SHINGLES AND ALL KINDS OF LUMBER 21252127 Twentysixth Street SOME PHONK 8511 Ft EN IIY LL PJIEL c uwiw ft In order to effect a settlement of the estate of our late partner Mr S J Burford our great stock of Furniture and Housefurnishings Must Be Turned IInto Cashi z At Any CostiSale begins Saturday December 2 and will con tinue ten days WE ARE NOT GOING OUT OF BUSINESS Everything will be marked in plain figures and such bargains will be offered as were never heard of before Trade in the mornings to avoid the afternoon crush RHODESBURFORD FURNITURE COMPANY 9 628630 WEST MARKET STREET Jt r Ji y vn1 l lT1 I ii I T IVY GOING SOME Sarto Council of Owensboro Is Planning For New Club House Sarto Counci Y M I of Owensboro Is the latest to start a movement to build a club house One of the leaders In the movement is Fred W Arnold a member of the Board of Grand Directors and all Y M I members know that he is a worker At the regular meeting of the council this week the subject was broached and received very favorable considerationIt to erect or purchase a building suitable for a club house and lodge room If a suitable site can be secured new building will be erected otherwise a building already erected will be purchased and fitted to suit the needs and the tastes of the Y M I The plan is to issue stock and sell it in reasonable blocks to members of the council Quite a number of gentlemen have already subscribed libetally for stock The Rev Fathers Conner and McGuire both spoke in favor of the plan La Veega Clem ents the attorney also made a speech indorsing the club house project In addition to these discussions the council held a happy social session NEW UNIFORMS Will Be Ready For Catholic Knights Next Wednesday Evening Branch 0 of the C K of A will hold its regular meeting uext Wednesday night and at the same time all prospective members of the Uniform Rank Com pony are expected to be on hand Cola Michael Reichert proposes to line up the members of the new company and to put them through a preparatory drill Col Ratterman formerly of Cincinnati who has the contract for furnishing the uni forms will be on hand and will have probably a dozen of the new and hand some uniforms ready for wear and inspection Col Reichert intends to start his new company with a minimum of twentyone men and is receiving every encouragement in his work Thus far he has secured three appli cations on account of the Uniform Rank and several other branches have had applications for the same reason As soon as possible a second company will be formed when it is expected that the rivalry between the two will induce enough members to join to form a third company With three companies Louis ville will have a First Regiment C K of A and a Brigadier General in the person of Joseph P McGinn GUESSING CONTEST The coffee social at Mrs A W Du bourgs residence in Shelbyville for the benefit of the Church of the Annuncia tion was well attended on Wednesday A feature that produced lots of fun and interest was the guessing contest on the number of seeds in a pumpkin Quite a nice sum was realized to the great grati fication of the Rev Father Fitzgerald MAKES A CHANGE Charles F Dawson who has been for several years Superintendent of the dis tillery warehouses at Athertonville has accepted a position of a similar character with R E Wathen Bro of this city sad will soon remove to Louisville Mr is a member of the well known family of that name iu Nelson DANCE POSTPONED dance which was to have seen y the Y M I council at Jeffer on Tuesday night was post- n account of the missl St inea church It bas 9ecidad told the dance until January ully peel and core as many apples red fill the centers with butter ear creamed together in the pro of haUiacup of sugar and s rapPleslfew Rverj1ltarspriuVJe with bread crumbs d in liotbutterbake Serve ith or witboutcustardn rxr- t SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month BarryVice J Sullivan Recording Secretary Thomas Kee JrFinancial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice President John J Sullivan Recording Secretary Joe Lynch Financial Secretary John T Keaney 1335 Rogers street Treasurer Owen Keiran DIVISION Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice PresidentPatrick J Welch Recording Secretary John Morris Financial SecretaryDaniel J Dough cityTreasurerD J Coleman BegleySergeantntArma Rilev DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording SecretaryThos Callahan Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 616 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly Treasurer William J Connelly DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County PresidentMichael Kinney PresidentRobert Gleason Vice PresidentMichael Breen Recording Secretary J B Murphy Jr Financial Secretary Thomas Gleason TreasurerLouis Constantine MarshalPeter Madden DoorkeeperOwen McCann Banner CarrierLawrence Ford Y 3MC I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club Souse 530 Twentysbcth Street PresidentWilliam Kerberg First Vice President W Shaughnessy Second Vice PresidentB J Sands Recording Secretary Frank Morgan Financial SecretaryGeorge J Lantz Corresponding SecretaryF Lanaban Treasurer Joseph Steltenpohl Marsha John Kenney Inside SentinelJohn Stewart Outside SentinelPatrick Mullarkey SATOLLI COUNCIL 193 Meets Every Monday Evening at Club- Rooms Wells Building 636 4tn Ave PresidentJohn J Crotty First Vice President William J OConnorSecond Vice President J J Kava nsgh Financial Secretaiy Will P McDon ogh 1212 SlxthStreet- Recording SecretaryJos Leniban Corresponding SecretaryJ Fahey TreasurerJames B Perry Marshal George S Zorn Inside SentinelJoseph Kelly Outside SentlnelSaml J Boldrick Give your boys an education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the Xaverinn Brothers Classical Scientific and Business Courses Preparatory Be EqulpjedGymnasium MAMMOTH AFFAIR Was the Euchre For Benefit of a New k- Church It takes New York to do things on a large scale On Wednesday evening the congregation of the Church of Our Lady of Solace in the national metropolis gave a euchre It mast have been mammoth affair when one considers that 200 chick ens 100 suckling pigs and 300 turkeys were awarded to prize winners The Rev Father M J QMalley who is acting pastor of the congregation in the absence of the Rev Father Brophy was pleased with the auccese of the euchre When the priw were so many how great innst have been the revenue for Jthe church D TYPHIODS VICTIM Bernard Doerhoefer Passed Away After a Brief Illness popular residence 2111 Maple street on Wednes day morning He had suffered from typhoid fever for several weeks but his condition was not considered serious until a few hours prior to his death The deceased was born in Lou isville thirtyfive years ago and was the youngest son of the late Peter Doerhoe fcr Sr Like his brothers Bernard engaged in the tobacco business at an early age and when only seventeen years old was buyer for the old National Tobacco Works Later be was buyer for the American Tobacco Company and still later for the Monarch Tobacco Com pany He was considered one of the most expert judges of tobacco in the worldThe deceased is survived by his wife and two daughters aged eleven and fourteen years and three brothers Basil Michael and Peter Doerhoefer His funeral took place from the Sacred Heart church yesterday morning A large number of his friends and business associates followed the remains to their last resting place in St Louis cemetery MAKING GOOD Tom Queenan Is Successful In Southern Business Town Bernard P J Kavanagb of the Ken tucky Irish American spent Tuesday at Jackson Tenn where he was pleased to meet Tom Queenan formerly of this city now Superintendent of the Jackson woolen mills Mr Queenan is enthusiastic over business prospects in the South and particularly over the future of Jackson A short time ago the Jack son woolen mills burned to the ground destroying all the machinery and stock New quarters were opened at once new machinery purchased and the business is moving on smoothly Jackson is a town of 18000 inhabitants and has a pretty little Catholic church with a resident pastor the Rev Father Murphy Mr Queenan desired to be remembered to his many Louisville friends and hopes to spend the holidays here He is enjoying the best of health and is well thought of by the people of Jackson HINTS FOR THE BABY Dont stuff the baby until nature rebels by an emesis Dont forget that it wants cool water to drink occasionally Dont be afraid touse common sense in the care of your baby Dont expect the baby to he perfectly well unless you feed it on natures food mothers milk Dont bundle up its head to suffoca tion Dont cover up its hesd except in a blast of wind Dont forget that regularity in meal time is just as necessary for your little one as for yourself At night be sure the room is well ventilated Its susceptibility to sickness is in Inverse ratio to the amount of fresh air you provide for its lungs Dont keep the baby in the house one minute that it is possible to have it out of doors A baby kept out in the air and sunshine will not be cross and irritable Dont fasten its clothes like a vise and then think it is going to be comfortable A child cant be happy unless it can move every muscle of its body freely Dont put too many clothes on the baby and above all dont inflict it with long clothes Least of all should this be done during its first few months of life when it is weaker than at any other time WIND VELOCITY The rate of wind varied from five miles an hour a light breeze to eighty or a ahurricaneFromreckoned a High wind or gale At fifty miles an hour Itiis called a storm o n I FRflNK FEHR BREWING GO I Brewers and BottlersLOU- ISVILLE KY PABST BEERA- LWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hops never permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged CI01rIiDPxoxII1 1OLouisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener1 Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN rzEWlNG COlXpANYINCORPORATED TELEPHONE 4t12 LOUJ VJLLE KY Cumb Phone lain 1913 IsuarHE WIEDEMANNBREWING 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 DIERSENSFINE DARK SETltTelephone 1137tONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN JEDc FRANK 1 WALTERS Clay=5treet Brewery 312 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 3090 LOUISVILLE KY PETER M ANDRWI X 8SONS WAQONN MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST C THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 882 Fourth Avenu 261 W1sfsrso n St Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed LOWEST SPECIAL- IOMESEEKERS RATES EVER MADR VO OKLAHOMA INDIAN TERRITORY TEXAS AND THE GREAT SOUTHWEST VIA THE Louisville Henderson St louis Railway- The Henderson Route lutonncctlon with nit other routes TicketsonsateNoveinberTandSlj December II and 1D AU tldetawll1bear iRa limit twentyonedays in addition Wdte of sale OWN A HpMK where land Iis palldr turns from k certain JtlnKyJ HGAI AGHBR tnveUnf FMMnger Agent J 1J I owionsaleOnrprlces HERRMANN BQS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUOR Distillers and Wholesale Dealers J in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially J PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Strtei WINES UQUOSCJ8ARS VALS SALOONsrtF VAL LESTER Prop r Hot Lunch every morning from 934 to 1230 oclock 44 W GREEN T QO TCO PioneerDottIi1usFOR IJSTR IGRTWHIRKIEQ IAJ T9t 9U WEST IRpADWAY alit tali S WFFV T ii r- S J N1oOKY 1J1u a AltIERICA II Thanksgiving Is Past There are still good pickings to be had See those spe- cialOVERCQATS AT 10 On sale one week at 424 to 434 West THE BIG STORE Market Fourth Si and belwtan Filth MILTON MARBLESTONE CO I TfiEHOUSBTHATPLATTBUILT Ever 1- ii MENS YFURNISHINGSJ Shirts to Order and Wedding I Outfits Our Specialties N SID PLA TT CO Fourth end Main jiji- JOHK 1C COIEMAN President DICK SIIANIBY Secretary Why Not Get a Good Piano Cheap While You Can You will never bave the opportunity again to obtain a piano at such prices that are prevailing at our store during our big Remodeling Sale Why not take advantage of this opportunity We are offering a line of Pianos at reduced prices that convince every Piano buyer that looks them ovr that this sale is bonafide in every way and not a fake We must dispose of our entire stock so the contractors can begin work Our line consists of the worlds famous makes such as ChicKering Q Sons Haines Bros EccKcr a Son Conover Kings bury Armstrong Warner tt Wellington MONTENEGRO= RII3UM MUSIC CO OCSSGSO FOURTH AVENUE i1 d0000 me Ghas fle 4RouGrsI PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE U I Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the I cityII BOOKS MAGAZINES AEllGlOUS ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPT- IONX34 I I w Jeffersori Street jgI r HHHHHHl H HHHI 1 11 I 1 1111 H Hll 11 I H 1 1 1 I lH J STRAIGHT CREEK COAL Pleases the Hard to Please SCANLON = JONES COAL CO Incorporated Yards9th and Kentucky 7th and Magnolia- 1st and P Sts Frankfort Ave and L N RR BOTH r HOI I5S StOS HH+Ht lHH 1nIH I 1 I f Izf l 1lH 111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 111 H HHHIHHIHHH1 1 N f UNION ICE CREAM CO- If you want a nice dessert for your dinner j telephone us your order Finest Vanilla Cream per gal 60c to Peach 75c Strawberry Chocolate 76c Ir 1 toMe 11001 Brick Cream M four flavors per gal 60CItoUNION ICS CREAJVTCO 627633 EIGHTH STREET L Special AT attention to shipping orders Home phone 2144 Cumbmain 389 111111111 111 Hll 11 Hool111 H+l+H TRYTHIS I FLOUR SAVE TICKETSs tiPitonas for your Hay Corn and Oats Both 19 BDINQBR COMPANY I4th l9nd piattzine 1 I I ttbe aale R GHlbettf Company teeoaoaaraa fawners 1t13 RtprttMAtive 01 the 15 mIiIONdcvre writer Jfa K tticky tyytwrltcr MNkl KjWww etc hr aU mathiwte evS None Better PREMIUM Phones BUHk BookJJ N- dPaper Box IttiMNfactiiftrsI t t t s ZoutSDtUe j 1rbtrbanbeent 12oL N N 1845J I J BAcnOOSil 330338WEST MARKET ST iI We have Childs Colored Silk Poke Bonnet Infants Long Bedford Cord Cloak Childs Flannelette Mother Hubbard Dress PromptlyFilled INFANTS WEARABLE surpassedby 98Clar9fancy25Ccbecks 48Cmaterial finflSCisbed QQfullOur Great Sale of Rogers Silverware Will Monday 17000 worth to be sold at unheardof low Dont buy any Silverware for Thanksgiving or the holidays until you see what we offer iin this great 00 g CeoI o 0 Ito OOOOi nolida PresentsNewest and most up to date goods of all kinds are arriving daily We have a large and carefully stock from which you can select some thing now make a small deposit and we will hold until Thanksgiving or Christmas for you Diamonds Watches Jewelry and Novelties at that are within the reach of all purchasers BRUN N JEWELRY HOUSE 30 VEST JMARI ET STREET IRELAND Record of the lost Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Meelick church was recently reopened by the Bishop of Limerick Patrick Lynch has been elected a member of the Cork Board of Guardians Nicholas Cleary a native of Wexford seventy years old while attempting to board a schooner near New Ross fell1 into the sea and was drowned In accordance with the scheme snit iated by the Irish hierarchy the Leitrim County Council appointed a committee to consider the endowment of a university scholarshipCounty farmers are asking a re duction in rent owing to the exceedingly poor barley yield this season It is said to be the most disastrous season that the county has ever known At the last meeting of the Dunganuon Board of Guardians bids were received and accepted for the supply of clothing andsundries The frieze contract was awarded to the Foxford convent Dr H A Wynne has been appointed Crown Solicitor for Cork City and th West Riding Anthony Carroll of Fer moy has been appointed to a similar position for the West Riding Dr Wynne has also been appointed Sessional So licitor for the city of Cork The Rev Father P OCallaghan curate of St Johns parish Killowen Coleraine has been transferred to a more exacting sphere of duty in the County Derry He will be succeeded at St Johns by the Rev Father ONeill transferred from the Liverpool diocese lilt is a very creditable record and I am glad of it remarked Judge Wakely at the Sligo quarter sessions in congrat ulating the grand jury on the peaceable state of the district There were only four bills for consideration noneof them bearing any feature of more than ordinary pnbliclnterest The Ballybrophy tenants of Sir KU dare Borrow have their holdings the landlords having firstI agreed to sell the evicted land to the J estate commissioners the latter to getII the price and reinstate the Kelly family who were evicted over twenty years ago from the lands now known as the Black FarmAt J a recent meeting of the Dublin Industrial Development Association the question of trade relations with Italy was discussed The matter of making an I exhibit at the Milan Exposii I tion was considered The new woolen at Kilkenny Irish lace and- teamboat I competition as a check toexI cessive railway rates were also men tinned Many people in the butter trauf in the Province of Mnnstetreceijtly held a meeting In Limerick and ap t pointed a committee to wait upon Sir Horace Slunkett to urge upon him the necessity of appointing representatives in England to protect the interests of Irish agricultural produce especially butter In the course of an address Robert Gibson said that Sit Horace had Jailed- egregiouslyh his noble attempt to further dairy industry In Ireland and had allowed dishonesty at home and abroad to honeycomb that findustry so that its preteHt state was vastly wow than before At the last session ofthe Waterioril r Full Length Kimona i Childs Full Length Kimona Child Black Velvet Coat l I prices sale selected prices purchased forthcoming interested I County Council a resolution was unanimously adopted proposing an address t the Hon John Redmond when he arrives at Dungarvan on December 3 On the same occasion Thomas Power pro posed a resolution in favor of holding a natiobal convention to which all of Irish politicians would be invite- Chairman Nugent resented Powers reso tion and said it was a direct slap at tb Irish Parliamentary party The resolu tion was carried over his protest by a vote of 10 to 4 KNIGUrrS r OFCOLU 1 I US Late News That Will InterestI Members Here and Elsewhere Steps are being taken in New York to organize an orchestra composed exclusively of members of the order At a recent initiation at Peg Molnes a class of fifty was given the three degrees This makes the council the iin IowaSyracuse Council has presented each ofr the seven parochial schools with a sit ofr James A McCormacks companion en gravings American Statesmen byethe Knights of New Orleans and the members in that city are enthusiastic Stock to the amount of JIOOOOO will be sold for the purpose of raising funds Members of the Charleston S C Council e about to erect their own hall and their lady friends are soliciting do nations for a fair to be held next spring It is proposed to make the building a ornament to the city and of convenience and benefit to the various fraternal orders which will use the building It has been decided that hereafter traveling members of the order must in order to secure admission to a council chamber or receive the passwords from officers entitled to impart the same be provided with a traveling card showing their financial standing in the council as well as the customary grips and signs Bluegrass Council of Lexington initi ated a large class last Sunday The local council conferred the first and second degrees A team from Louisville Council conferred the third Before the initiation the Knights attended high mass at St Pauls church and after the meeting they were banqueted at the Phoenix Hotel WILL FROM ERIN I A copy of the will of the late Joseph A tt- L Glenn dated June 15 1905 Milford j Ireland was recorded In the County J Court here Monday The will was probated before the High Court of Justice Kings Bench in Dublin and borec numerous seals attesting its genuineness J all tied with green silk ribbon 1 The necessity for recording the will inii Louisville arose from the fact that the 3 testator has an interest In a trust fundof Jl 500 now in the hands of the Fidelity Trust Company ofAmericarWhythe best in the United States Write to President Felix Gaudin New Orleans La or to Secretary Anthony Matre Mermod Jaccard Building St 1 Louis Di- oFour v a Telephones twelve J Wagons and Horsesthis mane Cusdatieru Delivers om Cream quick i c l x M Mall Orders Childs open largest HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General Notesdi eA new division was organized at Du luth Minn last week The united divisions of Troy are pre paring for big initiation to be held early in December In Ramsey county Minnesota which includes Minneapolis the Ladies Auxil iary numbers 1150 members The Ladies Auxiliary at Windsor Locks Conn initiated a class of fifty candidates at a recent meeting The yearly report of Division 4 shows that Con Ford and his men have been active The meetings are well attended and interesting Members of Division IJshopld attend the next meeting when officers will be nominated and elected Each member owes the order this much Miss Mary Sheridan will have some important Information for the Ladies Auxiliary The two contesting member ship teams should also report Steps are being taken to secure a new club house in Philadelphia It is planned to erect a CO000 building to take the place of the present 110000 hall A social club has been organized by members of the order and the Ladies Theobjectis Ladiesnawarded a handsome gold ring emblem atic of the order for securing ten new membersDivision 3 of Hartford Conn cele brated its thirtyfifth anniversary on eveningsMusical tained those who attended The Literary Committee of Division 1 will have something doing the next special members are wanted for participants The quarterly initiation will be held Indianapolisacting After the initiation the County Board will discuss plans for celebrating SL Pat ricks day No ball in Philadelphia is large enough for the annual ball given by the united divisions of the order As a consequence three of the largest halls have been hired onJanuaryDivision 14 of Haverbill Mass organized nine years ago with fifty charter members It now has mar 300 As an important adjunct it LadiesAuxiliaryIZet c Now there are 148 in the organizati The Hibernian Gaelic school opened in Boston and there is eve dicationthat it will be successful though the chief promoters are met sodetirepresentedheld every Sunday afternoon The Ladies Auxiliary of Division Milwaukee la giving a series of- literary evenings On these pcca poem by somenotdth9rfsre sabjthenThomas Moore are being coneid The works of Thomas Davla tube naiad next V- n +H P GREAT SALE OB1 IRON BADSss A- TGREENESI I I Being the Largest Handlers of Iron Beds ini Louisville We p show the best variety and most handsome designs at the low est prices rangingi Prom 250 to X25- JAMES I GREENE425 427 429 EAST MARKET STREET t t t t t + + + + + I + i Wr = === SURE TO CALL FOR OO- j- lijSE Ill IIIHI 1- i 11 T WHISKY r f 11 IT IS x ALWAYS PURE fjIjj H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky = U A I + CS MKDDIS Pres and Gen Mgr JOS DOUGHERTY Retail Mauager w3 MACES Secretary tI3ot1i e 10 LOUISVILLE COALlh COKE COMPANY 1 INCORPORATED Exclusive Agents Carbon Fuel Co Miners and Shippers Cabin Creek Steam and Gas Coals 1ALSO DEALERS IN + PITTSBURGH JJELLIGO JP KENTUCKY COAL YardsFirst and River eAttl I iMElevator tOFFICE 411 COLUMBIA BUILDING t I + + t t t t t t t t FOL OW THE CIOWD And you DONT RUN no RISK by giving I theI COi Incorporated I HAND WORK A SPECIALTY IIGOODS CALLED 884937321 FOR AND DELIVEREDII 9I MAINI OFFICEI 504 SIXTH SJE DR J T CHA WIFS Veterinary lInfirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Celled For and Deliveredn Both 3309 Phone OFFICE INFIRMARY AND SHOEING FORGE IOOM009 W BROADWAY BNOS and SPENCER Expert Accountant PrwMeat Educates Young Peopfc For Butliuas Good Employnunt and SuecoiJl GALL OR WRIT ron rUH INrOftUATMH IMIeta NlIftHI i111411aAwors ILIEKVBUsiness CollogQew I ROBT BURRELL P BANNON JR Secretary Treasurer fiei Brick Co TEDFera o- Yt ING BRICK QADWAYS Magnollt Art hi 9th aai 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