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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1r E T k t IRISHe1 VOLUME INO 12 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1906 PRICE FIVE CN COUNTY BOARD Biennial Convention and Elec tion of OfllcorB Held Last Sunday Declarer For the Teaching of Irish History In Parochial Schools Reports of Retiring Officers Show Order In Good Shape WILL ORGANIZE MILITARY COMPANY Last Sunday in Hibernian Hall In the Hopkins Theater building the County Board held its biennial convention and transacted business that will have Important bearing on the future of the Ancient Order in Louis vllle and Jefferson county The pro feedings were characterized byt spirit of harmony that augurs wel and is in line with the suggestion of the State Spiritual Director the night Ilev Bishop flues The conventloi was coped to order by County fresh dent Thomas Quinn who reviewec nllllilIrononncedgetic and successful in the history of Jefferson county and in closing he thanked his colleagues for their sup port and asked the same for his sue censor Upon motion the Presidents of the four divisions were named as si Coinniltte on Credentials who re ported each division entitled to anti represented by five delegates President Quinn then appointed the fol lowing committees after which a short recess was taken that they might prepare reports upon the res olutions and other questions pre sented 1Revision and Laws John M Mill loy Con Ford Patrick J Welsh John A MurphyResolutionsPeter Cusick Joseph Lynch George J Butler Emmett OSullivan Hides Joe Lenlhan Thomas Keenan Jr Will Meehan Martin Sheehan Finance Thomas D Clines Patrick Burns Dennis Coleman Joseph Mc GinnUpon reassembling the Committee on Rules was the first to report and its recommendation that the rules of the last convention be adopted was concurred in The Financial Commit te reported that the hooks of the Financial Secretary and Treasurer were found to balance and to have been well kept Ileceipts amounted to 1411 and ex penditures to 1274 Brit few changes were recommend ed by the Law Committee They rev rated to the offices of Financial Sec retary and Treasurer and were concurred l in The real business of the conven tion began with the report of the Resolutions Committee of which Al derman George Butler was Chairman Careful consideration was given each subject and when the vote was taken the following were unanimously adopted Resolved That we recommend the teaching of Irish history in our parochial schools and this body will do all it can to encourage the same Kesolved That your committee heartily favors the establishment of a Hibernian home in this city nit is at present not prepared to offer any suggestion alcuig that line as the mutter now rests in the hands of n committee representing the local divisions Resolved That we heartily endorse the work of the County Board during the past two years 4t Resolved That we heartily endorse the action of the Kentucky Irish American in its efforts to augment the membership the Ancient Order V of Hibernian in the State of Kentucky Resolved That we favor the organization of a military company in Jet ferson county during the ensuing r two years as we believe this would v be the means of greatly increasing our membership Resolved That we further recon mend the formation of Hibernian so cial clubs wherever possible aP the is imeans of providing proper entertain ment for our young members Resolved That the County S rotary be instructed to write a letter of thanks to our Paris brothers r thanking them for the magnificent manner in which they entertained the delegates from the various sec tions upon the occasion of their re cent visit to that city Resolved That our worthy State x Chaplain Bight Rev Bishop Macs be tendered a letter of thanks for lite presence and his kind and encour aging words tit the State conventiont Resolved That a letter of thanks be extended to Rev Father Cusack of Paris for his kind treatment and consideration of our organization The convention refused to make Won3 change In the Initiation fee and after allowing all hills the election of officers was gone Into with the fol lowing result Y President John A Murphy Vice President Patrick J Welsh Recording Secretary Edward J KelranFinancial SecretaryWill J Con nellyTrrosurerDenls J Coleman After the initiation tho convention was addressed by Presidents Butler anti Murphy Among those present and Interested In the urn teeedings were Magistrate Sullivan John U Henncssv Robt Hagan James Coleman Pat Begley James L t 4 tI i 0 Kcnenly and William M Higgins The new officers pledged their time al1l1 hest efforts for the advancement of the order y M L Meeting of the Supreme Council at Indianapolis Next Week Indianapolis councils have completed elaborate arrangements for the meeting of the Supreme Council of the Young Mens Institute which notlonnllconvention Supreme Council will open Monday with a meeting of the Supreme Di rectors at the Grand Hotel which will be headquarters during the con vention The first session of the Supreme Council will he held on Tuesday morning after the attend mice of the delegates and others at mass and sessions will he held on Wednesday and Thursday also On Tuesday evening the members of the Supreme Council will be guests at a banquet at the Grand Hotel On Thursday evening after the adjourn ment of the convention the members of the Supreme Council will nttem an exemplification of the degree work of the order and this will be followed by a smoker The Kentucky jurisdiction will rend two delegates Messrs James 1 Shelly and John J Sullivan both of whom have been prominently identi lied with the Young Mens Institute since its introduction here nanny years ago President William Fogarty of Indianapolis has proven a wise and progressive executive and will doubtless be given another term if he consents to serve but for the other offices there will be spirited contests especially that of Secretary for which several jurisdictions have candidates Secretary OBrien has performed his duties faithfully and this combined with his experience and wide acquaintance will make him a Lars man to beat POPE LEOS BODY Impressive Ceremonies at Solemn Removal Next Month The details of the solemn transla Hon of the remains of the late Pope from time Church of Saint Peters to the Basilica of Saint John at the Lateran have just been arranged by the Vatican authorities with the Italian officials All the Catholic so cieties of Rome and all the colleges seminaries and religious orders will send representatives to the ceremony The procession will start at night from the Vatican and march four tulles to the Church of St John Every one taking part in the cere mony willearr a lighted torch anti a magnificent hearse drawn by four white horses will carry the coffin containing the remains of Leo XIII to their prominent resting place Cardinal Rampolln as ArchprIest of the Vatican Basilica will make tIle formal transfer of the remains to Cardinal Satolli Archpriest of tIle Lateran and the parish priest of St Peters will join in the last sad rites with the parish priest of St Tohns The route of the procession will be entirely lined with troops and police lo prevent a repitition of the at tempted outrage on the occasion when the hotly of Pope Pius IX was transferred to the Church of St Lorenzo some years ago The transfer is to take place before tile end of October On the night appointed for the ceremony all the canons of St Peters and St Johns will assemble in the Vatican Basilica where the Dean of the Sacred College Cardinal Oreglia will have the offin removed from its temporary tomb and will make a formal identi fication of the remains which will bel witnessed by the Papal notaries ROUSING WELCOME Por Hibernian Sta tc and Coun ty Officers Tuesday Nlght Next Tuesday night at Hibernian lull In the Hopkins Theater build- Ing Division 1 A O II will hold a reception and social session in honor of the newly elected State and jaunty officers and the Ladies Vuxillary who are promised a hearty welcome The Literary Committee ias arranged short programme Inv jluding musical and literary exercises Invitations have been issued to the County Board and the members if nil the Falls Titles divisions are nvited to attend and bring thplr ady friends The State and county officers will loubtless take advantage of this oc anion to outline their plan for an active campaign for the strengthening of the order this winter anti the jbscrvance of next St Patricks tiny It Is their ambition to organize a niiitnry company In the near future nd double the present membership before the national convention at Indianapolis FINNEOAN PROMOTED Michael J Finnegan for years ihief clerk of the Central Coal and- Iron Company In this city has been elected Secretary and General Man of that corporation the position Ioger by the late Spalding Coleman promotion was deserves and was by unanimous yoteof the hoard of Directors l RIGHT MOVE Central Committees Bone For the Catholic Knights of America Now Rehearsing and Will Soon Bo Heady to Appear in Public Arranging For time Organiza tion of Another Military Company GAINS IN MEMBERSHIP REPORTED The Central Committee of the local branches of the Catholic KnigUti of America continues to exhibit u spirit of nrogress that is most gratify lng especially to the Catholic portion of the public Less than fist months ago that body took up the question of the Uniform Hank with the result that Louisville now boasts two as well drilled and fully equipped companies as can be found un where In the United States Upon several recent occasions these companies have appeared in public and excited the most favorable comment For this much credit is due to Messrs Michael Ilcichert Joe McGinn Gut Kane Dominic Jinx John Soeder Jr Thomas Feely Charles Desse Will Median and others who have lent valuable assistance from the moment the first recruit was enrolled There has been no abatement of enthu siasm and it is confidently predicted that when the next annual celebration takes place the Uniform Rank organizatlon Friday night last the Central Com mittee met in St Marys hull with President Joe McGinn presiding The gathering was inbued with the spirit llraetlcnblllt question ofa hand for the Uniform Rank and the order was presented and discussed after which a gener ous appropriation was set aside for the purchase of instruments and the equipment of a band auk orchestra that will be of great service to all Catholic societies Some weeks ago a number of Catholic young men nary of them sons of Knights undertook the formation of a band under the direction of Rev Father Maryshureiuability Their progress was marked but from the first there was a handi properhll1trumentsto the Central Committee Upon notion the Rev Father Zoeller was sent for and asked numerous ques tions Time band he said was zn nlrelIJfourtealllie prepared to furnish music oV a standard character Its members were anxious to be associated with Regimentlandlarge sum of money hand been ex pended upon the band but after FeelyLarrythe representatives of the Uniform presentrathercient to meet all the expenses con lected with the purchase of addi tional instruments The action was a pleasing surprise to the Reverent Director and the members of life mu lent organization and thus encour igecl they promise the Catholic knights of America and our societies a band competent to furnish music for any occasion The only other Catholic band in the city is hat of the Knights of St John and Itt need not be surprising if there is a great but friendly rivalry between the two Chairman Louis F Steiner announced that the Membership Committee would soon be called together for the purpose of mapping out an active all and winter campaign and Will galnsforSankWilliam SecretarrSoederconey to Treasurer Charles Folk of which about 100 was set aside for the use of the military companies which developed tine fact that soon organizedfrommil the West End This company will be the largest in time city and when mustered In will enable Major Gen Jeichert and Col McGinn to form a egimentJohn and others expressed satisfaction with the work of the tate convention and hall Chairman Higgins and the Entertainment Com mittee instructed to report plans at the next meeting for a winter celebration that will be participated in y all the branches of the Falls titles Other business was of a outine nature but the meeting was me of the best held for some time all measures approved of being practical and indicative of an interest hat augurs well for the future and specially the next State convention that will be held in this city FIRST DEPOSIT The Commercial DanK sand Trust Company opened Its doors for business this week and Edward J Brien President of the Tobacco Exchange had time distinction of making the first deposit This Inv ititution is looked upon to become me of the greatest financial con icrns In the South or West At pres snt It Is in temporary quarters on West Jefferson street pending the 1 D completion of the new Paul Tone building The Board of Directors in eludes the leading financiers in the city prominent among the number being Edward J OBrien one of the organizers WORDS OF CHEER Expressed bJMiss Mary Cor- coran at Convention at Paris The Kentuckian Irish American de voted much space to the recent HI- bernian State convention at Park which marks an epoch in the historj of the order In Kentucky For thif reason and that our Catholic Irish women may better understand the alms and workings of this grand old society we take pleasure in printing the address delivered by Miss Mnrj Corcoran the energetic and enthusi arctic President i iof the womens branch of the order She had served only one term but lad thoroughl familiarized herself with the work of the order Addressing the ladies sit saidDear sisters it gives me great pleasure to be with you and to ad dress you In so noble n cause as the Ladies Auxiliary bf the Ancient Or der of ilibernlans limit 1 feel my in ability to do justice in giving you a brief account of the organization we represent the object of this society its benefits and the reason we nre assembled in the city of Paris today I were related to the famous ora IIf Bourke Cochran 1 might have in herited the gift of eloquence nut as I am only an ordinary Irish girl with very few accomplishments I will do the best I can to explain the work of our order for the benefit of those who do not understand Time Ladies Auxiliary of Ancient Order Hibernians of Kentucky was organiz ed bv State President Thomas Keenan Patrick Sullivan Will Mee han George Butler and others about three years ago He thought that if a society of Irish men could and had done so much good a society of Irish women would do better and he has spared neither time labor nor ex penile to elevate our auxiliary The object of the Ancient Order of Hi bernians in dear old Ireland long ago was to protect the church anti the priest And in this glorious land of the free they still give their ef forts to the same noble cause and also have turned their attention to the next timing very dear to the hearts of Our Lord and His Mother to assist their suffering members the sick when tlmeycan not help themselves Hence the real motto of our society Is love of God and our neighbor It is also time means of bringing Irish CauioHeuwomen trP gether anti keeping them in their own class And you will all agree with me that this is very necessary in our tiny We are still in our in fancy but have accomplished much good as the reports of the divisions will show and I must congratulate ouch division for the good work they mare done And dear sisters the Ladles Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians is not easily under stood Other societies are more simple You have the division the county organization the State and National organizations all in one so ciety It takes time labor and pn tience to understand the work and tret each organization on a solid masts The reason we are assembled here today is to make our order more perfect to add bylaws that will improve it or to change any that have not been beneficial to ascer ain what we have done for the sick and what we have done for the bene ficiaries of those who died that we nay become more united and learn from each other what will strengthen and improve our order convention Is till place where each delegate should express their honest opinion mud not be backward and think they are not had enough of experience to express them When I became State President of the Ladles Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians I knew very little about Hibernian Ism but I knew I could learn and on many occasions I had to go to Hiber minus of experience for the necessary Information to carry out the work nf my office There is no one born with knowledge every one who has the gift acquired it from some one Rise So dear sisters I hope we will learn much from each other today mill when the convention ndiourns ivn will be like one family united in friendship unity and Christian charity WINNING NUMBER The drawing for the gold watch ind chain continued from the series ot lawn fetes at St Frances of Rome Lurch in Clifton took place Monday evening Time winning number was 164 sold byMrs Katherine Demling B24 Spring street The committee laving charge are pleased to an ounce that despite the Inclement weather the lawn fetes were a decid cd success socially and financially mud return many thanks to all who assisted by their presence donations or otherwise Fattier White has made many Improvements about his ihurch and the sum realized will greatly assist In meeting the expenses incurred FOR COLUMBUS DAY The Knights of Paducah are mak- Ing elaborate arrangements for their first observance of Columbus day vhich takes place October 12 In con Tiemoration of ae four hundred and fourteenth anniversary of the land ng of the great Catholic discoverer ubllc exercises will be held in the Kentucky Theater and In the even ng Rev Father Nagle of Dubuque Iowa will address the Knights =q FATHER RYAN Deems It an Honor to Be a Member of Young Meud Institute Instructive and Encouraging Address to Kentucky Grand Council Calls Special Attention to thc NonCatholic Missionary Movement GUARD AGAINST GIVING BAD EXAMPLE At the recent Grand Council of the Young Mens Institute held nt Frankfort stet William 11 Ryan of Winchester Grand Chaplain of the Kentucky jurisdiction presented a forceful and timely address in which he says many things that should re ceive careful consideration Ills words of advice apply to all Catholic young men and we recommend them to our renders As a Grant Officer of this juris diction it is my pleasure to send you a few words of greeting and advice Nothing has been brought to my at tention ns Grand Chaplain during the past year and hence I must con clude all is well When elected as your Grand Chaplin 1 was unable to be present on account of circum stances beyond my control However though this office was unsought I thank you for the honor conferred I have for years labored in the ranks and among the leaders of this or ganization and ever felt it n pleas ant duty to promote the interest of the Young Mens Institute because thereby I have promoted the interest of Mother Church Other organiza tions existed before the entrance of the Young Miens Institute upon the stage of life mud others have risen since that time but to their invita tion to become a member I have turned n deaf car and my loyalty clings and will ever cling to the grand old Young Miens Institute I have been a true friend and devoted member of this order because your chief aim is in the uplifting of our young men and especially those who dally toll for their living and who unfortunately were called from school at n tender age to assist in supporting their families These are the young men who especially need our assistance You are a Catholic organization because you male no distinction between race and class rich or poor It is because you lend a helping hand to these young men who are subject to the most tjmpta lions in life that I as a Catholic priest deem it an honor to be called mVMIPermit me ns your spiritual adviser to offer you a few words of ad vice that will enable you to become better members of your order and more devoted children of the church Ever remember the better Catholic you are the better Y M I you will 1be Your investigating committee should be careful about recommend ing candidates for membership in your council and only after they have found they are practical members of the Catholic church What we need to make us a healthy rig orous organization is not quantity but quality My motto is Give our young men a chance but let them prove themselves worthy of becom- Ing members by complying with time rules of Mother Church We are not a reformatory and yet we are ver ready to extend a helping hand to those who need assistance UBe at all times practical Catholics You should he found in attendance at the sacrifice of the mass on Sun lays and holy days of obligation jive your mite toward support of church by renting a pew and con tribute toward the support of the school Always be on your guard lest you give bad example Those who are not members of our order expect more of you because you area Y M I and they are ever ready to point the finger of scorn at you For the least misbehavior A great lent of harm can be done by the ball example of one member and much disgrace brought on the hurch Beloyal to the Pope Bishops and priests of the church Consult your pastor and chaplain In nil your un lertakings Do not let your social affairs conflict with church affairs Yon must be a help to the priest If he does not approve your organiza ion do not antagonize him for such conduct wilt bring ruin to your ouncil Obey the rules of your diocese laid down for the regulation of social affairs Cultivate a spirit if charity Make it your duty during Ule year to help the poor Each ear a collection is taken up tar the education of young men to the priest mood If your council contributes is n body toward this laudable object you will prove to the ecclesj isticbl authorities your Interest hi ihurch nfairs and thereby gain their rood will There is one matter I desire es- peciallY to call to your attention rlz The nonCatholic missionary movement The giving of missions to nonCatholics is occupying time nlrids of Catholic Americans today Through it many are brought Into the fold of the one true church and Ule barriers of prejudice are Using jrokeu down You can assist In this Iroodw rk by contributing a sum forffie jltrchase of literature to be listributeu or by paying the ex penses otlia npnCaiholic mission These missionaries ask nothing fort A their labor and your only expens would be to furnish a hall or as silt the pastor in paying for fuel anti light if held in church For in stance if a nonCatholic misslpi was held in Louisville your council could combine together in giving iIt- If given in a church you could scent preferlie mission in its parish church Ben in mind that through it Ignorance will be dispelled and by convert made you will bring Gods blessing upon your order Let these few words of advice he a beacon light to guide you in you conduct and make you better Cntho lies and better Y M I As my tint of office is at an end I commit I11 unto the hands of your Grand Cjiin Ill Thanking you for the honor be stowed anti the officers for then courteous treatment I trust whor selecting my successor you will Jinel one more fitted to serve than 11 immure been and hope you will eve keep in mind your grand motto Pro Deo Pro Patria For God For Country IRISH MUSIC Dates From Fifth Century and But Few Songs Were Written Tint Irish literature is the source of much of the literature of England and America and that ninny of the plots of the stories of both nations were taken from Irish folklore was the declaration of Prof Thomas Tay lor Drill at a luncheon of the Irish Fellowship Club at Chicago last Saturday Prof Drill recently returned from a visit to Ireland where he was sent by the Irish Choral Society of Chicago to begin a movement for the revival of the music and folk lore of Ireland He is the musical director of the society Hip Van Winkle is a steal from nn Irish legend said lrof Drill There nre innumerable stories in Ireland of the long sleeps of heroes and their adventures on awakening At Killarney man fell asleep and slept 300 years Time peasants still show the marks in the rock worn by Iris arms and lips Much of Prof Drills address was given to urging the importance of finding fit musical expression for the mass of untranslated and little known songs and legends of the island He characterized the move ment of the Choral Society ns the greatest musical movement ever known Ireland had battle hymns marches folk songs and chants in the fifth century he said The people were the first to employ harmony and counterpoint England had little or nothing in the form of musical expression until the fifteenth century The music of Ireland helped the nation more than anything else in its wars and to conquer the peo pIt England had to enact a law against the making and singing of songs There are known to be nt least 1000 songs in Ireland and of these the music of only 200 has been written In spite of this in Its present condition Ireland is not a land of Kong The musical and literary development of the country has been pecked and thwarted and it is only bl v help from America that the Irish cnn bring the music of their country to its true greatness HOLY LIFE Boys of Sacred Heart Parish Now Studying For the Priesthood Three of the brightest and the most promising young men of the Sacred Heart parish have decided to levote their lives to Gods work and the prayers of their numerous riends anti relatives will ascend for heir success James Maloney Al bert Thompson and Edwin Johnson eft tills week for St Meinrnds College in Indiana accompanied by time Ilev Patrick Walsh their pastor and nstructor where theywill begin their studies for the holy priesthood It is not often that three candidates for the priesthood leave at the same time a parish the size of the Sacred Heart and therefore their careers will be watched with no little interest It Is a long time since any one from this congregation was ordained Time mrents of the young men are well mown and respected Catholics and itI is the universal wish that they may ivc to see their sons ordained anti ecelve their first blessing St tfelnrads is one of the best cdIlea ional institutions in the country and las put forth many able priests mud the friends of the three have eason to expect that they will make apld progress in the calling to which they have devoted their lives ABBOTT OBRECliT COMINO Word was received this week from the tight Tier Edward Obrecht Abbott of Gethscmanl who has been pending several months visiting the oases of his order In Africa Father brecht arrived this week in France ind after a visit to Rome lie will return to this country arriving home wring the month of November BAZAR Next Monday and Tuesday nights tbe Immaculate Conception Sodality of St Patricks church will give a aznr In the school hall both afternoon and evening Tickets will pe but ten cents and some lucky holder vlll win a fine stove The bazar will be an interesting one and will be well vorth a visit Coo j ja 1 C- RI Who Take q Trip Aroui Next Glimpses laud Itri ans Stroll anf YOUNG LADIES Trinity Council ipleted nil arrangemt of rare and original Its friends putrinity i preshugt carnival the Irish fair heretofore attempted Mummy amusing feature pleaslnbeing whichall wh visit the land of t at the beautiful Emerald Isle wit famed lakes castles and round ers sunny Italy and her ma splenIndlnsteryIsland ptintboth old and young Each country will have its n sentatlvc booth and these will presided over by Misses Anna Rlj Mayme Klley Josie Lawler J Fink Marie Heverin Anna Ga Louise Koehler Misses Brlgu Stnggcnburg and Heheman who w be assisted by the members of tl Young Ladles Auxiliary A popuh spot will be the Cupids walk Ivhic will lead to the Garden of Paf where the youthful swain may an enjoyable teteatete amr freshmeiit and rest Much tim been spent in the decoration oi booths anti to all they will pr a scene of surprising beauty splendor To stake the trip around world popular the committee hi the affair in charge some time inaugurated a contest among th lies which will contlnilfwiutUL closing night The prizes to awarded to the three receiving tlj greatest number of votes ore HaInes Broil piano a ladys tall made suit and a diamond brooch pi which are now on exhibition nt th CompanIstore on West Market street Tin candidates in this contest arc Miscet 1Ellenora Kempf Adellna Ilillerici Lena Partusch and Margaret SullK van Each has a large following off friends who are making tin active canvass and it is safe to say that when the polls are opened there will be a shower of ballots larger than were cast in any election yet he here This trip will begin Monday nigh nnd will continue every evening dur nighfheonly ten cents with no extra char for the trip or visits to any of th booths We have no hesitancy i saying that all who make the tri will return well pleased with theil experience It will take place at tlclub house 718 East Gray strei where members of the council wfl be on hand at nil times to wolcom nil visitors The proceeds of this undertaking will go to the fund for the new clu mouse now being constructed or Baxter avenue Trinity Council now hall a membership of at least 400 and Its present quarters are not adequate for so large a number punbased year the foundation was laid the whole costing 5500 The member puslthehome which when completed will bet one of the best equipped instltu ions for young men in this section It is intended to have a library apt rending rooms bowling alleys gvjj cesium bath rooms billiard rot fand a big assembly hall that will jommodate all the young men of East End The benefits to boj rived from such a place are obvl to all and therefore rreslnMartin anti the members of Triijit hoe every reason to expect heart support In their good work Eacli ticket sold will entitle the holder to vote for his favorite candidate as iso will every purchase made at thr liooths There will be son ethfn new every night and n lively tim If expected whets the members o ifackin Council make their appean once in a body j IRISH GRANITE QUARRIES A syndicate called the Done Granite Corporation itJla cap or 1500000 is one the eVe of tier ping the finest granitebearing ant Ireland and there is every yeas to believe that the project whit be horough success Time developme vould be a great boon to Donegal th6 employment It would nffo risk granite Is successfully hold its own In competition with 6tl product in London buildings 0 the Irish material has been or landlcapped hitherto in its limit Up110ubtLilly r r I I K NTUCKY IRISH dERXCA ENTUGKY IRISH flMERIGM to tke Moral and Social Advancement of all Irlah Americana UCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS 1PT10N PRICE ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 r itlllo Postofflco as SccoudClass Matter ttotbe KENTUCKY IRISII AMER1CAN326 West Orecn Slreil TRADES UNION IABEL- UI COUNCIL SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1906 INQ q week she- aexpem rt at the Mice ami 1 JIll hand 0 I1 com rnl ns size ivlllo is It seems j saving to trench aside for the 1110 nil property Our departments tire nIl cut ns far as they go large enough to meet cements There Is much settled territory without j or fire protection nr saved from the npproprii I be expended in those sec doubtless Mayor Uartha Ivo tits city a good iml nit he should not oer that the people lilng i paired additions and skito center of Louisville pay r just proportion of taxes amI entitled to representation in T expenditure Vic need a larger tee force and fire department nml a dollar should be diverted from fund that would create then is comment is made in a frlemllJ it but with the hope that the pIce above referred to will not epeatcdh STAND FIRM f The Council of Bishops recently 1 In session In Paris drew up a letter to the Catholics of France which nfter haying been signed by all the prelate Ts sent to Rome for the approval of L Vatican This letter has now li returned dispatches say nnd I be read from every pulpit next day The letter after going 011 old ground and showing the im SiblHty of forming association I unfaltering obedience to the UolJ asks the faithful to unite with j Bishops and clergy to defend region without seditionor violent ut with perservance and energy Your pastors the letter says arc resolved to submit to spoiliation n1l11 poverty rather than betray their trust You understand that all the faithful have an obligation upoi their consciences to come to their nlel and contribute according to their means to keep up the holy faith am Its ministers The church will stan firm no matter what temporary suffering mayensue strong in tin faith and confident in the belief that Gods will shall in the end prevail I France is learning a lesson trot which she will eventually rise more gloriously and better than ever before CHANAE IS NEEDED Prom the first the charitable in lititutions conducted by the State of Kentucky have been subject to pat tisaii and political management am control and scarcely a year has past cd without Its scandal and investiga or more of them inwflthe are grave charges murder of an the Hopkinsvllle Insane Asylum and this last sad affair has started the people to thinking The people of tit State are desirous of a change one I should give their hearty support to the move started by Dr Milton Board n member of the State Charity Commission who favors the creation of a nonscctarlnn board After de Blaring that he would do everything KL hits power to bring this change lioui Dr Board said WJ believe that it would be to the 1st Interests of the State and esp cushy to the poor unfortunates vho are confined in these institu lions to turn the management of the insane asylums feebleminded insll- lutes and other similar institu tions over to a board composed of men selected for their fitness and not for their party affiliation The wisdom of his utterances is undeniable If a nonpartisan board vsrs in charge clothed with the rower to employ physicians includ nff Superintendents and attendants fhey would be the best to be lied True it is that frequently the best rieri are selected for these places iuf Tjfccause of the political changes hey doa not serve long Tale these nstitutlpns out of politics and when lapablft and efficient men are se tired they will be retained There ty Tast amount of money expended y Kentucky for the maiptancc of its infortunateB for which the public xpecta and should receive the best jKiuBJble reeults1 tlJ The Catholic Summer School at haven which I tiveek closed the session of 1000 has been more prosperous titan any of its Ilrede cessors This result Is directlydue to the energy and keen insight of the President the Uev John Tnlhot Smith who has Issued the fol1owing statement Though ns yet it is im possible to make n definite stnte meat everything points to the fnct that never In its history has the Summer School enjoyed such a succcs fnl session and if it continues toI improve over each succeeding Resslonl as this has done over its predecessor I predict a glorious future for it nnd not only for the school itself hut for its benefactor and its membersI as well a future glorious with new achievements and the satisfaction of work well done The first train drawn by electrlcltJ will rush through the Xew York Central tunnel in Xew York City next month Its pasage will marls the first stop in the work of completing the greatest railroad terminal in tIle world covering six city blocks Cardinal Fnlcoiilo Apostolic Dele gate and Cardinal Gibbons have sent greetings and blessings to the Young Mens Institute Nearly nil the Bishops of the Far West sent their approval to the Grand Council thnt met recently In Oakland Cal The loss of life and property at long Kong are terrible to contemplate According to the latcs reports the Chinese typhoon swept away over 5000 people and destroy property almost beyond calculation The State Fair has been nn un qualified success as was also the one held at Lexington Kentucky is a much greater State than many of iits people suppose There is room for nil the fairs that can be pulled off Colorado has had heavy snows nnel New York severe frosts but Ken lucky continues to enjoy the most pleasant weather Our climate Is not surpassed anywhere in America NO LET UP Interest and Activity Marl Proceedings of Mackin Council Tuesday night Mackln Council meeting hall contained an Immense gathering and there appears to bi no let up in either interest or ac tivity One new member was elected two were reported favorably nnd three applications were received and at this rate another large class will soon receive the major honors lIen Ueid and his team were declared the winners in the last contest nnd will be given a box party at Macauleys at n time to be selected by their lady friends The fine gold learnt to the one bringing in tin largest number of candidates was warded to John Stewart who led with twentytwo Emblems were presented to Ben Reid P G Klein JusIitettumber of applications for the next Initiation A present of an emblem ivlll be made all who secure three candidates Reports showed that John Smith inrt JL Btitterman were improving ind that for the fall festival every thing was moving satisfactorily Charles J Cate was recommended for Council Deputy and letters of indolence were sent to Anthony curie and Dr Frank Meder Mackln iccepted Trinity Councils invitation to participate In the trip around the world and at the next meeting vlll name n night when the 440 mem ers will attend in a holy lion Em met Slattery and Will Hillerich al vays welcome visitors were called ipon and delivered addresses that woke 11 much enthusiasm Next Tuesday night the speakers will be kUgustiis J BIzot and Vincent B Smith POPULAR CHANGE Lewis Buehuer for several years the gencial and accommodating clerk In Judge Fields court has been ransferrcel to the Criminal division uccucding to the more responsible position held by Frank Dacher Clerk luehuer is tine of the most popular fficlals about the Court House and mny of his friends hope he will continue advancing until he lands in the Circuit Clerks chair LOSS PALLS HARD Mrs Ellen Hogan an aged but Inv ustrlous woman residing at 002 lilt nols nvenuei in Jeffersonville while returning from the Government depot where she lad drawn her pny for doing Government sewing lostt tIle entire amount for her months work which was but 1025 liough the sum waS not large its- 109s falls hare upon her U NOBODY BUT FATHER NOBODY BUT FATHER Nobody knows the money it takes To keep the home together Nobody knows of the debt it males Nobody knows but father Nobodys told that the boys neecJ shoes And girls lint with a feather Nobody else old clothes must choose Nobody only father Nobody hears that the coal and woq11 tad flours out together Nobody else must make them good Nobody only father Nobodys hand in the pocket goes So often wondering whether Theres any end to the wants of those Dependent only father Nobody thinks where the money w111 come To pay the hills that gather Nobody feels so blue and glum Nobody only father Nobody tries so hard to lay Up something for bad weather And runs behind do what he may Nobody only father Nobody comes from the worlds cruel storm To meet dear ones who gather Around with loving welcome warm Nobody does but father Nobody knows of the home life purl Watched over by1 mother Where rest and bliss are nil secure Nobody can but father I SOCIETY Miss Mary Ncely of Lexingto was a welcome visitor to friends here during the week Miss Maggie Keenan arrived homei the first of the week from an extended trip to Europe Miss Mary Brown of Beechmon is in Cincinnati for a months stt with Mrs Joseph McGee Miss Mnrcclla Ford has been Imlng n delightful visit nt Bardstown as the guest of Miss Nora Hurst Mrs Robert H Young has return from a visit to her parents Mr nml Mrs Ben Freeman at Versailles Mrs John Burke has returned from Cloverport after a pleasant viIslt with her parents Mr and Mrs Yo 11 Bowmcr Mrs Richard Spalding of Lebano who was here to attend the State Fair has left for a visit to friends at Owensboro Miss Wilfred Spalding of Lebanoi who has been Visiting Mrs Saimu J Boldrlck returned to her home tbe first of the week Misses Ella Crowley and Rose Fall have returned to their home in Portland after an enjoyable visit to friends in Indiana Mrs T OSulllvan and daughtc Miss Nellie returning home this week after a pleasant sojourn spent int French Lick Springs Deputy Sheriff Mike Wall anti wlfi chaperoned a jolly party of Jeerer Konvillu young people to Blackistoi Mills Sunday afternoon Miss Lena Sweeney of 1523 Twelftl street who has been very ill is now convalescent and will soon be ahle to be with her friends Miss Sally Hagan of Lebanon hns been here this week visiting the Stat Fair and during her stay has been the guest of Mrs John C Graves of 944 Fifth street Miss Katherine Jordan of Cleve land Ohio left for home Wednesday after a short visit here as the guest of Mr and Mrs Joint Purcell of East Market street Mrs George Casey of Bowling Green who came here to attend th PprsonsCarter wedding is spendinj the week with her parents Mr and Mrs John Carter 525 Zane street Patrick Hanlon and wife promi IrishAmerican circles c Ind have returned Ittitsa very enjoyable visit to Mr and Mrs IF E Day In New Albany Miss Winifred McLaughlin daugh ter of Patrolman James McLaughlin of New Albany will return next week from St Louis where she has been having a lengthy visit witl friends Martin Fogarty and wife of La- mia Miss Irene McKeown ofNew port and Miss Margaret Cavanagh jfr Chillicothe Ohio have been here this week ns the guests of Mrs Mary Hosgrovc Joseph McClaren and Miss Carrie lublar well known residents of Sew Albany were quietly married ueselay night at the rectory of Holy rinity church in New Albany the lev Charles Curran officiating Miss Emmn Fisher entertained Thurs ay evening with a musicale lither home 412 Twentysixth street Fine numbers were rendered by local ind visiting talent and the guests spent a most enjoyable evening Miss Mary Schmltt the interesting tighter of Mr and Mrs Nicholas chmltt 1419 North First street New ilbany and Tohn Zink a well known resident of Lafayette will be united In the holy bonds of wedlock at St arys church next Tuesday A pretty wedding took place at- Holy Trinity church In New Albany Wednesday morning when Miss ecllia Dirties became the bride of rancls McGuire the Rev Father urran performing the ceremony fhe happy couple will reside on West Sixth streetIy Mrs Lavinia Olbermnn 1tn1 dough tel Miss Nettle Olberm ii who haven spending the weelj here as the tests of Paul Olberm n and Fred ellner and family wiu leave today for their home in Frl kfort They Y y were guests of honor at a party given to the State Fair and at evening re ceptlons George D Dcttllngcr and wife have returned from a delightful trip to Benton Harbor Milwaukee ancl Chicago During their stay in the Windy City they were the guests oC Mrs Freel Crowley formerly Uss nee Mullnrkey who expressed n dc sire to be remembered to all her Louisville friends Mrs Teresa Janlgeni who has heell spending two weekswlth her 1I10ther Mrs Catherine Morgan 502 Twenl sixth street left Wednesday night for her home in Montgomery A In When Mrs Jansen came here she waF threatened with typhoid fever an11 her friends are rejoiced that the vilslI lies restored her to almost perfect health Invitations are being received nn nouncing the marriage of Mrs Ma Shniighnessy Higgins to Abraham II Wilder the ceremony to take I11nce nt St Louis Bertrands church rec tory on Tuesday evening October 2 The bridetobe is a daughter elfranti Mrs Martin Shaughnessy 01 Florence Place anti has always lIeen popular young lady In Catholic nml Hibernian circles while the lros pectlve groom holds a responsll portion with the traffic department of the L d N railroad Next Thursday nt Lebanon tllc marriage of Miss Nancy Spahllng anti James William Nelson of lcIR burp will occur at the rectory of St Augustines church Rev Iather Hogarty performing tIlt ceremor Miss Spalding is a greatnleee of the late Archbishop Spalding and hnF been a leading figure in rnllon county society circles The groom Is the traveling representative of large Southern firm anti is n success fill business man After the ceremoi the couple will leave for Vicksburg where they will reside The engagement of Miss Glrtruele M Purcell and Dennis J lines IF announced the marriage to tnle place nt the Church of the DleRell Sacrament on Vrdnesdnv morning October 17 at 8HO oclock MIIF Purcell is a daughter of Mr and Mrrl John P Purcell of East rnrltt street anti a sister of Mrs Willinm J Cliawk She is n member of thl Church of the Blessed Sacrame choir nnd is an accomplished nml lovable young lady Mr Hines is a member of the Dominican parish nml Is connected with the L N ral1 rood He Is also a prominent mem her of the Knights of Columbus and has a host of friends who wish him anti his bridetobe the best of lucl and happiness in their matrimonl ventureWednesday evening Henry ruel1rr and Miss Julia OBrien popular nml well known young people of Now AI bang were united in the holy bonds of wedlock nt the Cathedral by the Rev Father Hill The attendant were Edward Ratterman and URII Katie Dresse anti while the weddln was a quiet one the ceremony was witnessed by ninny friends of the contracting parties The bride is II pretty girl and a favorite in her gO clal circle and the lucky groom has for some years resided In this city being employed by Henry Hunold at Sixth nnd Walnut Following tIle ceremony the happy couple anti tllelr friends were tendered a reception nt till home of John Octkcn in New AI bany after which they loft on n honeymoon trip to Niagara Falls nnel the East Upon their return tilt will make their home In this city HORSE SHOW To Be Popular Event and Not Exclusively For Society The horse show to be given nt the Armory from October 1 to G is to be different from any event of the Idml heretofore given in Kentucky It iIs to be a popular not a society event Heretofore the shows given in this city have been patronized by society people almost exclusively It is the intention of the management to hinge all this and to make an effort to have everybody attend In ordei to accomplish this the management has placed the general admission none cents At no getsadtnlstslos c country can For less than 1 The horse show is to be held Ir the Armory the most magnificent building in the South for an affair ofi this kind Indeed it is doubtful if there is a building in the country rliich can equal the Jefferson county Armory to show off horses The salt of reserved seats will begin Monday at D II Baldwin Cos and nine je had ns low as fifty cents Thera ire seventyfour boxes anti all of these have been sold for 50 each While society will be well represented at the show it is the intention to unite the programme so attractive hat thousands will attend every tight and make the affair one of pop ilarity RECOVERING The Rev Father Blenke pastor of Stt Aloysius church at Covington nml one of the best known priests in the diocese left Tuesday for Hot Springs Father Blenke suffered a serious attack of Brlghts diseased for a time hope for his recovery wall almost abandoned There has lIeen a marked change for the better and there is hope that he will return entirely well MACKINS DANCE Mackin Council Social Club will in ngurate Its whiter series of dances at the club house bolt room next nday nighttt They will continue until the Ember days and should proe more popular If possible than those given last year Prof Vincent Felist will arrange the music for the dancing programme which will be under the direction of Messrs Will Dnly John Stewart James Mullarkey Jphn Klnney and John Kelro Young peopleQf tho city will find these dances of high order and In every w y enjoyable 1 n IRISH HOME RULE Henry Labouchcre Says That England and Scotland Fayor It Henry Labouchcre talks confident of homo rule for Ireland and in a late edition of London Truth ex I pressed the following which benrs the stamp of sincerity The Irish have not yet obtalnc home rule but no one seems to 110uht that sooner or later they will ohtain i it A great change has come Ocr British public opinion The colonies have always been in favor of home rule being granted The Irish tnre steadfast in their demand for it In England and in Scotland my firm be lief is that there Is a majority for ii- I It stave always been a home ruler br cause I believe that In this way alonc can there be an entente cordiale lll tween the two islands that constitute the United Kingdom and this is een more desirable than one between UII anti France The Irish have good reason not to love us For centuries wo treated them ns a subordinat race cheated them bullied them nnll rode roughshod over them The have been more fairly governed of late but they naturally wish to be musters in their own local affair We should do the sonic if we werc in their position On the whole It is more convenient for one count to have one Parliament But 1relnml nnd Great Britain are two rountriei and are termed officially the tnltld Kingdom The Irish want their own Parliament anti It has become part of their bring to want one There iIs really nothing to lead us to suppos that home rule would not work well beyond mere assertion on the part of some of us and of a small alien mil ority in Ireland Parnell often IInld foine Tune English are strange Ignorant of the Irish character An Irish Parliament would not trout Itself with imperial politics It OIllel be n very local affair for it is in the nature of Irishmen to be local iIn their ideas coal aspirations Prol ably experience woulet prove the soundness of this estimate Anyho the onlyway to deal with a nation grievance is to remove the grievance I this wo shall certainly do sooner 01 Inter Why put it off Does anyon seriously suppose that in the eln1 of a war with sonic foreign powor the Irish would join it and throw off their allegiance They are not foolf An overt insurrection would be put- down and they know it The bes t market for their produce Is England anti why In the name of commoi sense should they bo expected to nltl against their own Interests Tin nnti home rule cry was got up much as the cry for thinking Imperially Both have been expensive businesses to us We are no longer Birmlnghan Jingoes In that matter we have recovered our senses If the prcsenl Ministry were to bring in a hill granting legislative self go ernmen to Ireland I believe that it would be supported by the maiority of the inhabitants of England anti Scotland RECENT DEATHS Time funeral of Mrs Justin Schneider took place yesterday morning from St Martins church of which she was one of the oldes members She was the wife of George Schneider and was held iIn high esteem in German CathoHi circles Cruel death visited the home oC John and Mary Ruth Joyce 120 Eighteenth street and took from then their infant son Martin whose fu neral took place Sunday afternoon the interment being in St Lout cemetery For the bereaved parent there is a widespread feeling of sync athy After an Illness of long duration Peter Mergey was released from his earthlv suffering last Sunday even ing nt the home of his parents 702 East Shelby street New Albany The funeral took place from St Marys church under the direction of Trinity Council Y M I of which deceased was a popular and respected member Michael Murphy died early Tuesday morning at the residence of his brotherinlaw John Kennedy 1454l High avenue He was twentynine years old anti unmarried Two sls I Fers Mrs Kennedy nnd Mrs Anna Cunningham of Cincinnati survive him The funeral took place Thurs day morning from SL Patricks church With feelings of inexpressible grief the friends of Mrs Mary runes beloved wife of William irlmevi heard of her death which sccurred Tuesday at the family res fence 1028 Shelby street Deceased was twenty two years old and before her marriage was Miss Mary Miller Uhe funeral services were held Thursday niorlng at St Martins lurch with a solemn mass of rev qiilcni for the repose of her soul RIVALRY In the opening of the Louisville rogue bowling season Wednesday citing on Grotes alleys Mackin ouncll team defeated Trinitys team in two out of three exiting games mid much rooting for both It will certainly be an exciting race between these two teams for high honors in this league during the season Presl ent Charles Raiely of Mackln Coon ell has wagered a supper that his team will finish higher titan rinitys BRADY OBTS THERE Among the many men who have mncIe themselves popular at the Inaugural meeting of the Douglas Park ockey Club none have more friends tban Thomas F Brady who has been 0 detective all his life anti for the past eighteen years with the Pinker tons Coming here from Chicago a ranger he has been vigilant and with our local men has succeeded In Imklng this city an unsafe place for crooks who operate during race meet- Ings Detective Brady Is a whole iuled fellow and thinks that Chicago Is a greater city for the Irish than f either Boston or New York i c Y The Academy of St Catharine of Sienna Near Springfield Ky Will be opened to a limited number of pupils the firsttMonday of September 1906 For further information address THE SISTER DIRECTRESS v PALL CARPETS AND RUGSI- n an almost endless assortment are the attractions at Louisvilles Foremost Carpet Store Qualities always reliable prices always ri- ghtHUBBUCHBROS 524 526 528 West Market Street THE LOUISVILLE Homo Telephone Company OFFERS ONLY THE BEST SERVICE AND A- TPOPULAR RATES ITS MERITS BEYOND QUESTION eNOs SPENCER President 8114 Lpert duoantant rSIXTH AND RUIN STREETS Employment 1 Union National Dank Building LOUISVILLE KY College YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD BUY NOW PAY LATER Diamonds Watches and Jewelry on Easy Diamond and Jewelry Credit Co 304 i7 lYARIcET STREET r LOTS FOR SALE FOUR TN HAZELWOOD 25x195 feet for 135 eachcash 2 lots 38 x200 feet 300 each lots 33 x110 feet 200 each 3 lots 50x88 feet 200 each Also 94 feet running to point near Beechmont 300 ADDRESS SMITH 2019 FIFTH ST MMC UIEYSOne week commencing Monday evening ancJI Wednesday and Saturday matinees WILTON LAOKAYIN The Law and the M- anIIOPlilNSWeek Beginning Sunday Sept 23 II10H CLASS VAUDEVILLE TWO snows DAILY ADELAIDE HERRMANN CO The Beautiful Qucea of Magic Smith and Campbell rapid fire conversation nllits lane Courthope R Co in A Ilshermau AlcfrietioriginalDcomedyacrobatgM ns Her and bert his musical dining table Ethel Robin son singer of ragtime songs Kfnodrome tlu night of the party and other comedy views PRICES Evening 75 50 2515 lOc Matinee Best seat In the house 25c BUCKINGHAMMATINEE WEEK COMMEHCINa SUNDAY SEPT 23 The Americans In musical burlesque In two act entitled MIXED PICKLESI- n conjunction with great and nothing but funl Dont miss it KATIE AGNES SMITH Independent of all Undertakers LADY EMBAUIER Washing and dressing ladies and chit dren a specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reasonable prices All calls answered promptly day or night Home phone 1677 Office 2406 Payne St live your boys ao education will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 12 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted fuMes Course Classical dentlfic and Preparatory Do irtment barge Swimming root Well Equipped ijrmnactam Te msModerateBroJames ir u ry I Educates Young People For Business Good and Succasa3 CALL OR WRITE ron niL IHFORUATCM f Business AI Payments 3 L J and a a that 1 u V I t I Comb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CCREAM CO1 MANUFACTURERS 01 t PURE ICE CREAM AND SHERBET We have our own dairy and ice plant and we separate our own cream This enables us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competi tors y 627633 EIGHTH ST t + i DONT WAITrbut come at once and seeoJthe largest selection o- fFURNITURE C of all kinds in the city Wm F Mayer 419 WEST MARKET ST T CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 382 Fourth Avenue 261 Wltflirson SL Both Telephones lOBOt All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed M u f 1 E c- Ir r uS w J ffiNTUOKY XRxSH cadI i STRAIGHT CgJEEK COALBu- rns j better makes less ash and more beat pert than any other bituminous coal 100 Bushels poundjj 25 Bushels 350 I 100 Bushels Jellico Lump 1300 u ISCANLON COAL CO Incorporated 1 I Ninth and Kentucky A First and P SxS S S 35xS SK3 i HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMERS 538 EKST 7WO5IN STREETWith the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking Duslness of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT IIHN H+ I I I IIH+I I I HlH 1P THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 3G5 All calls promptly attended to day or night Carr ages furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST I I I 1 11 I 1 1 1 1 I I 4 i f I i 11 1 1 111 I 111 1 I 11+1 I HI I l IrlHHHH I I I 1 1 I I 1 I 1 1 1 1 I I 1 I I 1 1 N 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 I I 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H i J E TRACY t H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 r TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS STREETSbortII 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 II 1 11 III 1 HI 1 1 1 1 e + + + + + t + +++tt H rH M+ M M + + + T T t T T D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT 1 DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT j Funeral Directors and Embalmers I Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS l I All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night t 1231 WEST MARKET STREET I II I I III + I t t t t t It f I Gran W0 Smiths Son AL SMITH Prorjjietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 f Nt 4F M Of 1lOURS8TO6 SUNDAYSII YOU WANT IiDONTDental work done for the least money Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guarauteed DR H J COUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH AVENUE oppJna C Lewis Co PETER M ANDRWI 8SONS s w WAGONH MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires r r 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET 4 F Fe HENRY AAIJIJ PPOLSU DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone 3635 521 Fifth Street n F C f PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS JeffersonvilleIndhospitalforppileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA MERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jeffecsonvllle lad Our little ad works wonders Not only does it make money for us but it also enables you to make money by in forming vou where to buy the right kind of Wall Plaster at the lowest prices Kentucky Wall Plaster Co BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook and River Louisville Ky Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plas ter Plant Jeffersonville Ind Phone 555 ALBERT TTI SCHRANZ 302 KY TITLE BUILDING REAL ESTATE In All Its Branches Cumb Phone 643Y MONEY TO LOAN f ac 1 4r DOUGLAS PArfK JOCKEY CLUB IL Fall SIX MORE DAYSt Horses In the Country Will Compete For Purses First Race at 215 P M I- rr SIX IIIGII CLASS RACES DAILY TICKETS ON SALE AT ALL HOTELS AND CAPES KEPT SECRET WELL- Marriage of Well Known Young People Made Known Quite n surprise was sprung on the friends of henry May and Miss Zeta Hall this week when it became known that they were made man and wife on the evening of June 28 their mar riage being solemnized at St Pauls church by the Rev Thomas York They have gone to housekeeping and are at home to their friends at 1124 Wlckliffo avenue Another surprise wedding was that of Dr Dallas E Abraham and Miss Agnes Mary Volkman well known young people of the East End Their union took place August 1 at SI Charles Dorromco church TJcv Father Kaffo performing the Iremerry Because of the death of the brides father Ferdinand Volkman who was for many years a prosper ous contractor it was decided to keep the manage secret for a short period of time The young couple have taken apartments at 1G44 Shelby street where they are reediiifT the congratulations of their friends DOWN TO WORK Division 3 to Inaugurate Season of Greater Activity Division 3 at its meeting Mondtr night determined to inaugurate season of greater activity in thc ranks of the Hibernians of Louisvllc Splendid talks were made by Alder man Butler President Patrick J Welsh and County Treasurer Cole man who promised to try IlIIrder- thun ever to build the order up not send hundreds to Indianapolis two- years hence John Hession was elected Finan cial Secretary to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Dant Dougherty which was accepted with expressions of rctrrct Patrickk OMalley was obligated and Phil Cay anaugh was reported well which clears the sick list Chairman Ilession announced that Division 3 would next month open the fall season with n social session A letter of thanks was ordered sent to Division 1 of Paris for the treat meat accorded Its delegates to the State convention The entire meet rue was interesting and characterized by a spirit that was in full accord with the motto of the order FILLED VACANCIES Trinity Council Y M T held well attended meeting Monday and elected diaries J Klaphekc as Finan cial Secretary and John J Barry and Pierre Dawson to fill vacancies on the Executive Committee Itcports were heard from the Entertainment Committee which has charge of th trip around the world to be given at the club house next week and the minstrel show to be given at Macauleys Theater on October 11 President Martin addressed the mom hers on Unity and urged them to give their hearty support to nil committees at all times and to have the strictest confidence in their of ficers Frank P Burke of Mackin Council was present and invited Trinity members to attend the joint debate between Mackin and Sarto Councils on Sunday September 23 at Macklns Club house ANOTHER WEEKS RACING Monday the Douglas Park Jockey Club will open for the closing week of its Inaugural fall meeting with six races There is no decrease in the number of horses at the track which insures good fields and the ap racinginbo a number of handicaps that will be well worth seeing better in fact than any yet run The meeting thus far has been very successful and satisfactory to patrons of the racing game CATHOLIC BUILDING Believing that conditions are now opportune for the acquisition of an appropriate site the Y M I of San Francisco will undertake the erec tion of a Catholic hall reading room and gymnasium for young men Such a building would inevitably result inn vast economic and social benefit to the Catholic youth of San Francisco The undertaking has been placed in the hands of Francis fierce Albert F St Sure and J1 Queen who will confer with other organizations with a view to securing their cooperation GREAT GAINS Late statistics show a wonderful Cathollo growth in the Eastern cities The Catholic population of Boston is now about 700000 ministered to by 448 diocesan priests and 110 priests of religious orders The number of Churches is 226 of which 180 have resident priests Young people un der Catholic care number 48500 htIy kye Have Your Prescription Filled la TORIC LENSES gtasadampSouthern Optical Co eI of Louisville Ky Inc Wholesale and Manufacturing Opticians Third and Chestnut Streets Sole manufacturers of the KRYPTOK INVISI BUi B1FOCAI for Kentucky All the new Summer styles and shapesI I can be found here at reasonable prices MANHATTAN RESTAURANT COUNTERy NIGHTn504 W Jefferson StreeOTTO E VENT Proprietor KNIGHTS 1 OF COLUMBUS1 I 1Late News That Will Interes Members Here and Else where Members front nil over the State were present nt the institution of n new council at Minot S D last Sunday week The Knights of Philadelphia Ilris tol Chester Lansdowne and Norris town had a big field day of athleti- sports last Saturday Mobile Council expects to have its new 25000 club house ready for occupancy about the first of the year It will surpass anything of its kind in Alabama Kentucky will soon have another council For some time the work of organization has been in progress al ofaJames J Fitzgerald of this city with every indication of success Numerous councils have contribu ted substantial sums to the fund be- Ing raised by leading Catholic gentle men of Xew York City among them Chief Justice OBrien to erect n EeMosher James J Fitzgerald the well known attorney and one of the lead ing Knights of the country has been paid a high honor by the Ellis Judge Henry A Melvin the Grand Exalted Ruler has appointed him a member of the Grand Lodge Committee on Laws the most important in the order and an honor that the greatest lawyers covet AMUSEMENTS Unusual interest attaches to the bill at the Masonic next week It is the play Sunday in which Ethel Barrymore starred last season The leading role will be assumed by Miss Phillips one of the most beautiful and talented women on the American stage Xext Weeks announcement for Mncauleys is The Law and the Man one of the few plays now be fore the public which have received the unqualified endorsement of churchmen It will be presented by Wilton Lackaye and a strong sup porting company under the manage ment of William A Brady The Buckingham promises a great show for its patrons next week when the Americans will present the latest musical twoact burlesque entitled Mixed Pickles In conjunction with a great big olio This company is a strongone and includes u number of the shining lights of the vaudeville stage each appearing in a new turn Adelaide Herrmann the queen of magic has carried an illustrious name into the realms of vaudeville Mine the best of her liermannimng repertoire will next weeks bill at A diversified programme is in store There will be something original in comedy by Smith and Campbell Jane Courthopo and company will furnish n sketch Carlisles dogs and ponies are down for the animal act land SaVant and Mcllrien will furnish comedy acrobatics Mona Herbert is booked for a musical novelty worshipedinextent here These will be in both dress hats and in little everyday felts trimmed In velvet i 0 0 u- n Meeting RACINGBe- st GOING SOME Hibernian Ladles Auxiliary Making BtJi Gains in Mem bership The Ladies Auxiliary of the An cient Order of ilibernians held a well attended and interesting meeting Wednesday night with Miss Mary Sheridan and all the officers in their chairs After the routine buMmy Iof the meeting Miss mla UCunncll was installed as County President Mrs nan Dougherty Mrs Mary Clines and others have been bring ing many new members of late and npplieatious bers aroused much enthusiasm An invitation to the ladies from Division 1 to the reception in their honor next Tuesday night was ac cepted Announcement was made that the next initiation would soon take place and interested many who are malting efforts to have a large class for that occasion Several im portant committees were named and the work of the evening was con eluded at a seasonable hour There is a growing sentiment in favor of a charge of quarters for the auxiliary where the hall would be less public anti more easy of access but it is sate to predict that they will rev main with the divisions during the coming season GERMANTOWN Smoker and Good Time For the New Social Club A merry smoker and good time was enjoyed by the members of the Cicrinnntown Socials at their meeting Wednesday night Speeches were mantle by members and Invited guests who approved the purposes of the organization and pledged it hearty support The Germantown Socials were recently organized with n char ter list of thirtytwo names Its pur poses are purely social and membership is restricted to those who belong to the St John Sick Benefit So cIctyof St Vincent de Pauls parish officerscPresident Hen Beckman Vice President John Schaldn Secretary Albert Baynes Treasurer Joseph Blumniprs Sergeant at ArmsChrist 7che The membership includes the best men in the congregation and is expected to grow to large proportions Meetings are held the first and third Wednesday nights each month IRISH IN FRONT The annual national track and field championships of the Amateur Athletic Union at Travers Island New York resulted like other meets this year in a tussle between the New York A C and the Irish A A C for the point honors anti the wear ers of the winged fist captured the honors by n score of 63 to 38 for the winged foot Chicago A A got third with 13 units The events were inter timewasoutcome the Irish increasing their lead in every contest they entered ENLISTED STRENGTH The enlisted strength of the United States army is increased by 1717 men according to n general order Issued by the War Department rev Gently This will matte the total number ns follows Cavalry 12240I artillery corps 328 coast artillery 13298 torpedo 527 field artillery 4012 infantry 24480 en gineers 1282 which with the addi tional strength and the staff depart ments will make a grand toal of 62515 which will form the line of the United States army HOLY FATHERS BROTHER The world has come to know eryI intimately two of the Holy Fathers sisters but it hind quite forgotten that he hind any brothers until one day this week when Signor Angelo 4 Sarto made himself famous in a small way The lopes brother although almost seventy years of age contin ues to earn a humble living in a little town near Mantua ns postal collector One evening he was working hard iln a little office when he saw an un known but robust young man rush ing by his window In n minute Signor Sarto had him by the collar of the coat and finding that he was un able to give a satisfactory account of himself promptly handed him over to the police who discovered that he hail been tampering with Signor Angelo drawers Signor Sarto makes occasional visits to see the Holy Father npd on ench occasion stays with their sisters in their modest apartments near the Vatican As a general thing narrow and close fittltig brims mark the fall street hat the felt brims being turned up at one stole and faced with vel vet either plaited or plain Two birds are put on one inside and one outside the crownCC The waistcoat is apparently to be nR important a feature of the street costume ns it was last Season o n- ii FRfW FEHR INOORPORATB1D BREWING 601 Brewers and Bottlers3LOTJISVJXLE K- YDRINK I Hofbrau Pilsener Bee BREWED B- YSENNACKERM 14TYtTBLEPHONE 4ts2 LOUISVILLE ICY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until proprely agad rELEPHONE X3S0 Lotusviiie urancli Jtouneentti and Jenerson S Cumb Phone Slain 1913 suaTHE WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled 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at a helil The were and were with and a Four and votes were cast In the for at the held at Fall when John J of de John F of Cam The 15 and the of hUll at the boat was a fine in n of par tic a of 7 at said he to see an of his This to hold an and 100 the in At the of the held nt N S it was to a in some in the to be at next The will to 3000 and the will be by the time of the next A In the of the of took the and one of the ever In was into In the 1 a of of the at the sin held nt Mil last a of 1200 In the Is an of 240 two An of 1500 was to be put at the of the for the of and the held n mass with as The were n by a ball in of Hull the have ed in for find in and a is to the of the use of the also 1000 to St and 1100 for in the ial of the The Rev A of has the of lain him by This on the of the Is one that will be by New u Y Extra Special I at 248I Singlebreasted can be IINeed For the School Boy at Special Sale Prices 19c1Io attached neck bands 50C val sale prIce HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing Past Notes money estate persona property reach handsome 437271 Trenton Hibernians annual bazar Masonic Temple OctoberAt celebration Division Hartford fifty candidates through third fourth degrees There divisions Auxiliary Massachusetts membership 127C9 aggregating Massachusetts division twentysix military companies during past years made increase membership Notwithstanding expenditure 388000 which 100000 death benefits order Massachusetts Illinois State convention decided almost division order Cook county picnics Sunday hereafter meeting Ladies Auxiliary Pawtucket large candidates itiated followed reception Ellen Ryan Jolly recently elected President forty members initiated order Division Syracuse meeting Thursday night State officers present entertained refreshments smoker hundred eightyone election State President Massaehusets State convention flyer Rogers Worcester feated Donnelly bridge Hibernian Knights Division Ladles Auxiliary Provi dence great reunions Newport Before taking there parade which number Independent military companies patell State President Dorsey addressing meeting Division Syracuse wanted increase 10000 members during adminis trutlon division expects initiation enroll members second week October annual convention Maratime provinces Halifax voted establish scholarship college provinces selected years convention scholarship amount money available session redletter event history Ladies Auxiliary Providence place recently when largest most promising divisions Instituted Rhode Island launched existence Ulmwood district having member ship sixtyeight mostly members Assumption parish Reports submitted Wiscon State convention waukee week show member ship State which increase during years appropriation made disposal State Board purpose organizing extending order Vermont Hibernians their Montpelieriopening Angus tines church State Chaplain Barrett celebrant delegates tendered banquet Tuesday evening followed Knights Columbus Heporls showed order progressing satis factorily Plttsburg Hibernians succeed raising 20000 charitable other purposes Allegheny county movement being made widen scope fulness organization They contributed Pauls Cathedral subscribed placing Irish histories paroch schools county Right Patrick Ludden Bishop Syracuse graciously accepted position State Chap tendered State President John Dorsey action part beloved Bishop deeply appreciated Hibernians throughout York 38c iAllwool Single breasted Suits regular 500 values this sale for Fifty Allwool Single breasted Suits 600 values had for I 9clII drawers 25C grade sale price per garment I Jp4oNaso3MARttEISREEI I WeekGeneral- News Twentyfive SOCIETY DIRECTORY A o IJ DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuea day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn M Mulloy Vice PresidentThomas D Clines Recording SecretaryThomas Kee nan Jr- Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomas Walsh SergeantatArmsEdward Craddlck DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Mouth PresidentCon J Ford Vice President William T Meehan Treasurer Owen Keiran Recording SecretarYJoseph T Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and ThirdMondaj evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice PresidentJohn Hennessr Recording SecretaryDennis J Cole manFinancial SecretaryDaniel J Dough ertyTreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmsThomas Noon SentinelMartin Sheehan DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President John A Murphy Vice PresidentJoseph L Lenihan Recording SecretaryPrank P Burke Financial SecretaryEmmet OSulli van 1520 Seventh street Treasurer William J Connelly Sergeant at ArmsRobert Mitchell Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Han County PresidentMichael Kenney PresidentRobert Gleason VicePresident Michael Breen TreasurerLouis Constantine Recording SecretaryJ B Murphy JrFinancial SecretaryJohn Kinney SergeantatarmsJohn E Murphy DoorkeeperEugene Constantine Banner CarrierTimothy Kinney MarshalJohn A Kennedy Y lam I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentCharles S Raldy First Vice PresidentLouis J Kieffer Second Vice President D Oliver Pat ton Recording SecretaryJohn L Boland Corresponding SecretaryFrank Lana han Financial SecretaryFrank G Adams 2141 Rowan street TreasurerDaniel Weber Marshal James L Mullarkey Inside SentinelCharles Oswald Outside SentinelLouis Kinsella- SHORTHAND ADVERTISING TELEGRAPHY COMMERCIAL LAW spcclalIstsThe student lIs given personal individual train Ing by practical work from the start The ad antaees offered by the TRUMAN SYSTEM are This lithe shortest cheapest and- estplanever offered students Call or address VfcM s Expert Accountant 651 Fourth Avenue State He has conferred an honor upon the organization that it will tot soon forget and under his gentle guidance it will advance toward n higher plane of influence Its interesting to state in this connection that this Is the first time in the history of the order In New fork that a Bishop has been State Chaplain CHANGES POSITION Luther Bobllt for the past four ears with the Starr Dry Goods Company and well known to the trade has accepted a position with the John C Lewis Company and will hereafter be found in the dress gook de lartment where he will be pleased to greet his friends 4- nh ra 298 i 19c IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The Ballingenry Gaelic school is re ported advancing in popularity not doing magnificent work for tin league Dr Douglas Hyde has been tour ing his native Connanght and at tructing immense audiences everywhere A farmer named Dooley who was evicted from n farm at Tnlsk Count Roscommon was arrested and taker to Tullamore The Youghal Urban Council offers a reward of 50 for information ns to the recent disfigurement of the OS memorial Mclnerney the Irish wrestler de feated the Indian Kn Iloutn winning the first and third bouts The mater excited great Interest in Dublin The Nationalist meeting at Cross mnglen was a large nnu enthusi astic one Addresses were made by Messrs Dillon McKillop and Mooney After nn absence of over thlrtj years In Trinidad the Rev Mother OShea Is now on n visit to friends in her native parish of Muckulee County KilkennyJames Lascelles n prominent Downpatrick merchant was last week found hanging to a tree He wns taken down at once but life was extinct A big Nationalist demonstration has been arranged for tomorrow nt Ardee Timothy Harrington MI P the Mayor of Dublin John Nolan mt1 and other members of the Irish party will attend The threatened eviction of Miss OConnell nt Ballyneety County Limerick has not taken place terms of settlement having been arranged titter the arrival of the SubSheriff and thirty police Lifford Prison County Donegal in which time famous Napper Tandy was nt one time incarcerated imam been sold by the County Council to Mr McCartney of Belfast for 3500 subject to the sanction of the Local Government Board The head of the antlers of an Irish elk have been found in a bog in County Limerick where they have apparently been for a considerable time the species being long extinct The horns measured eight feet two itches from tip to tip At the first contested election that has taken place in nine years for Harbor Commissioners at Dun allc the following were declared the suc cessful candidates Messrs T F McGnhon B Hnmlll S II Moynugh E Johnston and T While excavating ConnickII quarryman named JnmCs Sheehan employed by the CnrrickonSuir Urban Council was overwhelmed by a quantity of clay and rock which collapsed and fell on him He died shortly after admission to hospital The Most Rev Dr Grimes S M Bishop of Christchurch New Zea land is at present on a visit to St Marys College at Dundalk where he was formerly a student and profes sor Like every visitor of recent years he has been astonished by 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