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TI- 1 T a 1 KENTUCKYJRISIIAMERICAN 1VOLUME XVI INO 14 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 61906 PRICE FIVE CENTS SIOOOOO Pledged the Cnuso of Homo Rule by United Irish League I Over Seven Hundred Delegates Attended Philadelphia Convention J 1 Irish Lender Declares Emerald Isle Was Never lUoroII Hopeful PATRIOTISM OF THE RIGHT SORT t Tire minimi convention of the United Irish League of America was opened in Philadelphia on Tuesday with about 700 delegates In attend mince After Mayor Weaver had ad dressed the convention welcoming the delegates to PhiladelpHia the following cablegram from John Red mood was read A Dublln President Irish rational Convention care of M J Bynn Phil adelphia Deeply regret prevented by critical political situation from at tending convention relyon con I limed support of Irisli America for united Independent 1ledge bound party and for policy approved by fivesixths of Irish people Ireland was never more united determined and hopeful Aside from the address of John F Finnerty of Chicago President of the United Irish League of America at tIle opening session the most im portant feature of the days busi ness was the appointment of the Committee on Resolutions This committee was to formulate what John OCal1a han the Nationalist l Secretary termed the message that will express to England the senti ment not only of IrishAmericans hilt of the entire Irish race T P OConnor the direct representative of the Irish Parliamentary party counseled the committee on the ut titute of John E Bedmond anti his colleaguesIn to a cablegram from h John Bedmond the following was bent United Irish League of America assembled in convention in Philadel phia sends heartfelt greetings to kindred in Ireland und ttf leaders of the Irish Parliamentary parry We pledge united and hearty support of this organization to the pledgebound rind united party working under John E Bedmond s leadership for Irish national self overnntent resident iMiinerty reported that the pledge made by the organization at its convention in New York tO years ago to raise 50000 to aid Mr Bedmond had not onlyI been fulfilled hut that upward of 70000 had been sent to sustain the national war chest In Ireland Continuing the report stated When our last convention met the Fort Government commanded by a majority of more than 100 votes In the British House of Commons In opposition to the will of the Irish people Today that inn jority has been shattered and Its lenders are without a party Patriotism of a substantial kind was manifested Wednesday when the Ir1Hh1Ieaguepledged the organization to raise 100000 for time cause of home rule for Ireland within two years A pledge of a 50000 subscription which was Incorporated in the report of the Committee on Ways and Means had been unanimously in dorsed by the delegates and within twenty minutes 70000 had been sub scribed Lntor this amount was in creased to 78000 A cablegram which hail been ordered forwarded to John E Bedmond announcing the 50000 pledge was withdrawn and the league theii increased the amount to 100000 r Delegate Fitzpatrick of Boston started the subscriptions by pledg ing onetenth of the totnl Daniel Hannahan of Chicago pledged 5000 nnd Durey Scott of Ottawa pledged 5000 Philadelphia subscribed 10 000 Baltimore 3500 and St Louis 3000 Individual checks were fairly showered on the presiding officer and this with pledges from ninny cities Soon brought the subscrip tions to 78000 The press reports of the conven tion were meagre arid as the malls did not arrive in time for this issue the resolutions nail other business of i1 I1rlatelli1l lfif FATHER BRADY HOMe i J The Rev Father Andrew J Brady L1alltor of St Cecilias church has returned home and will receive a cart dial welcome from Ills people tomor 1 row Father Brady has been spend ing the hay fever season at Michigan and the Adirondack mountains and Is now In perfect health and preparedI 1o push the work of building the fine 1 new church that will replace the t present edice FOUR BOYS a John Mulloy the coffee dealer bn been wearing d broad smile for the 0pastweek For a month his absence from Knights of Columbus and Hi bernian meetings has been noted and talked about but not until n few days ago dud the reason become known John had been spending the time at home In anticipation of a vlst from the storks who has left hint a fiiie fourteenpound son This makes hlm tIit father of four hand l 0 PJ f smite nail robust hogs and puts Mill In position to organize a Mulloy dil vision of the Hibernians Ills friends have been showering him with con gratulations and partaking of his hospitality all me week PLAY GREAT PART Phenomenal Role Which the Irish Are Playing in America In the light of the phenomenal role which the Irish play in America the five million original settlers and descendants have made the most of their numbers In the New World AH IB It says n writer In the Phila delphia Record they represent a pop ulation today greater than that of the whole UnitedStates at the begin ning of the century and have taken the bulk of the inhabitants front Ire lund to this side leaving a minority which in the intensity of the struggle forced upon it will drift here for a decade with undiininlsliing rate No page of history reveals a migration so stupendous The figures are astonishing From 1840 to 1SCO not fewer than two millions of Irish im migrants crossed the ocean to settle in the United States from 18GO to 1880 an additional intllllon made a republicthe present time another million was added to our population Since 18GO the average has been half a million a dccadf The twelve agricultural States rep resented by Ohio Indiana Michigan Illinois Wisconsin Missouri Iowa Minnesota Kansas Nebraska North and South Dakota containedone fourth of the five millions Of the portion settled In the North Atlantic States but one fifth are on farms but this tendency to crowd into the towns disappears when the surround fags are agricultural as is shown by the large percentage over fifty of those who have taken to farming in the twelve agricultural States above mentioned It is only because the bulk of the Irish in America are not in the midst of farming districts that they are less an agricultural people than the other immigrant elements added to the population They have found nn outlet for their energies in the congested districts and their wonderfully adaptive natures have allowed them easily to enter upon the in dustries of time peonle among whom they were thrown It is in the Eastern States that too Irish promise to ultimately consti tute a majority of the population This is already tIe case In three New England States and in many Xew England cities In New York city they are barely behind the Germans and also slightly so In Chicago PLANS AHEAD Bishop McQuaids Sixtieth Anniversary of Ordination as a Priest light Rev Bernard J McQuaid of Rochester one of the grand old men of the American hierarchy is already planning the celebration of the sixtieth anniversary of his ordination ns a priest mal tIle fortieth anniversary of his elevation to the Bishopric The first resident of ifjeton Hall College is clight three years old Jnit he has the energyof a man twenty years his junior The venerable prelate hopes to open the new wing to St Bernard s Seminary with accommodations for 220 pupils und sixteen professors on the occa sion of iris ecclesiastical birthday besides adding a chair of American ecclesiastical history to the sem inaryOur flight Rev 1118hope Closkey was consecrated in 1808 a few months before the Bishop of Rochester and like him Is as active as many who nre years his junior Bishop McCioske has been making and holding confirma tion eaerelser throughout the dio cese for several weeks past FIRST VISIT County President Murphys Advice to Louisville Hibernians County President John A Murphy made his first official visit Monday evening and received a hearty wel come from the members of Division 3 AO H Ills suggestions were finely and wJIn carried out will solve the suspension problem that has long hind baneful effects upon the membership President Murphy outlined his plans for the term for which bo was ejectedt and promised that if Ills efforts were seconded Kentucky would be among the lead- Ing States at the National conven flan The County Board he said would leave nothing undone that would assist any division in Jeffer son county Messrs John Hession George J Butler and James Coleman reported that extensive preparations were being made for the November reunion and social session and hind decided to visit all the divisions and invites their members to bo their guests that evening There Is no doubt bu this will be a big event in Hibernianl circles ns Division 3 tau determined to eclipse anything that has taken place In the literary and social line The report of the Treasurer show ed that there was about 1100 onI hand A notice of the national assess ment of twentyfivo cents per men ber for the San Francisco sufferers was received Quite nn amount of routine business was transacted be lore the meeting adjourned I U 0- U v M DEBATE Attracted n Largo Audience Sunday at IMackln Council Proof Was Conclusive That time World is Improving Morally Both Sides Evenly Matched and Decision Was Hard to leach MACKIRS MEN DECLARED WINNERS Last Sunday afternoon the large hall and gallery of Mackln Council was thronged as never before with young men who carte from all parts of the State to hear time debate nn the question Is the World Growing Morally Worse And right here let it be said they were one and all well repaid The oratory was of a very high standard timid the argument most convincing and it was not without mucn deliberation that the three judges reached the decision that favored Mnckins speakers President Charles llniily presided nail in the name of Mackin extended a cordial welcome to Sarto Council of Owensboro the judges and vis itors In a feeling manner he referred to the death of Eldredl IL Hay den who had been a member of the committee and for the repose of whose soul all present knelt in prayer President IJaldy announced the rules to govern the debate which were thirtyfive minutes for each of the four speakers with ten minutes for rebuttal delivery to count 10 percent and substance 00 per cent lion Edward J McDermott Grand President Albert 1 Martin and Dr Greenwell of St Catherines Council at New Haven were Introduced ns the judges und while all realized the delicacy of their position there was no dissent from their decision which was for Sarto for delivery and Mackin for substance Messrs La Vega Clements and Itobcrt Gore representing Owens boro took the affirmative anti Rob ert Burke und Charles Cate hail the negative for Mackin Mr Clements based his able and eloquent argu ment on Websters definition of the word morality as applied to the present hour and generation and not 100 or 1000 years ago He quoted statistics of murder suicide in sanityetc which show n greater ratio of increase than does that of population The wealth power Iud inventive genius of the present tnd ed to a more rapid development of Immorality than morality Taking up he poliical sluation he declared that politicians Were grafters thieves ami immoral perhaps not all but ninny that ballot boxes were stuffed and elections stolen that the trusts combines and Senators did not Lest tate to betray the people and Iat their general trend was toward what was not morally right Today the smart man and woman are reaching out for all the new anti exciting pleases and the higher educated are t most prone to Immorality und race suicide because they understand how to thwart the laws of nature I Motherhood Was the most sacred crown bestowed by the Divine r Master and there could be no pureI or peaceful home where childrenI were debarred After comparing the highwayman of old and the bank cashier who now takes millions he forcefully declared that anything that depraves the human mind is immoral There is n hope however time Catholic church and her stalwart men und societies that are now on the bulwark of time nation and with our banner of the cross we will drive l crime front the country I Robert Burke contended that never was there a time when the wonit was more proficient In morality and enlightenment than now when II the one and only moral standard was t time golden rule Time widespread dif I fusion of education and knowledge the Increase in school attendance and advancement in intelligence were making men better while ignorance and poverty were Infested with crime Open time school he said nnrt you close the prison Statistics showed that crime had increased only in Belgulm Time nineteenth century has seen the abolition of slavery nn advancement of morality that has benefited slave and masrer and conrributed to the preservation of domestic ties Arbitration is mak ing progress the Hague tribunal adjusting national ditferences with a tendency to universal peace and a furling of flags Tocay there are hospitals for the care of the blind sick insane orphan mid those thm can not aid themselves and we mar Vel at the increase ofeharlJOO per cent in America which shows that society Is not wrapped in its own selfish ends Child labor laws mark another step to morality and juvenile courts remove the youth from criminal environments and crime is checked The spirit of the time he declared was charity and peace and our aim perfection e exptnewspaper the boy and girl upon whom the future of the country depends He scored the statesmen and authori ties who are reforming time finan clap and political world but over look the dens where are taught alll the evils of the age and which breathe into the soul the very fumesI of hell Not an effort to Close these doors which are n thousand times worse than the saloon and public II gambling not a man outside the 0 J fi protestof time iniquities that exist In tIll cities he pleaded with his hearers to thingforand establish a higher standard of morality Charles Cate based his argument- on comparison and not statistics Government was the cause of 1m morality centuries ago but when the people becnhie ti power in the State Ithey improveu and were accorded domiciliary rights franchise am freedom of press The greatest ml overcomingtimeInnls marked time rail of the rack wheel and thumbscrew that made the poor victim hope for death und the reforms In England that abolished capital punishment for small offenses Vice existed in the past but there were millions more hrforeIgivenherLord to Mary Magdalen her cmnn cipntion had been no less remnrKnbli than complete and shu now occupie pastLiteraturecare for the sick and fatherless iie Hell Cross Is recognized everywhere luul the tendency of Christianity li toward advancement The dark age can not return The speeches In rebuttal were equally strong but were in large part u review of time foregoing ROSARY SUNDAY Impressive Ceremonies and Procession at St Louis Bertrands Tomorrow at St Louis Bertrnndr church the services and procession In honor of the Most Holy Rosary will be more than ordinarily impressive and beautiful mind are always largely attended For this years celebrntior the Dominican fathers have made every preparation and nil the sodal participateclock in the afternoon Time Fran ciscan fathers from St Boniface wil officiate at the high mass and Bov Bernard F Locnn O P Prior of St Louis Bertrands will preach the ser mOil The children will carry their banners in the afternoon and pre sent n pretty sisht On this beaut I ul feast day all the faithful are privileged to gain as ninny plenary Indulgences as they make visits to the Bosary altar of this church If they have confessed and communicated nnd if nt each visit they pray for the Intentions of our Holy Father tit lope Tine visits may be made at any mime from Saturday afternoon to sunset on Bosary Sunday but they amt ist be distinct time person analdnpJhcm mnst leave time church and return for each visit Thus is one of the greatest privileges ever granted by the church and it is untended to commemorate the victory of Lepanto by the prayers of the Bosary RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Mrs Mary Loney widow of the late Patrick Loney took place Tuesday morning Ie ceased was the mother of Mrs Jose phine Drown 820 East Jefferson street mid was one of the oldest congregationvnnceiT age seventyeight years Louis and Rosa Schmidt of the timersympathy of n wide circle of friends In the loss of their only son Elmer whose funeral took place Monday favoriteramong his schoolmates festeel their sense of loss nt the fu neral obsequies which they attended in large numbers Adolph Ilocbadel one of this citys aged and most respected German Catholic men was found dead in bed Tuesday morning at his home 2410 West Walnut street For years he was engaged in time grocery business but had retired on account of his ad fourIplace Thursday morning from Marys church of which hew was a pioneer member wlretdeeply pained flmriie had answered the final sum monK Tuesday after a lingering ill ness borne with great fortitude For many years he was a locomotive fireman but relinquished his position because of falling health Deceased was a brother of Patrick J Welsh President of Division 3 A O H amid was well liked and popular among his wide circle of acquaintances Ills funeral took place Thursday morr Ing from St Georges church Rev I soiIa I Telegrams received Thursday after- noonI from Chicago brought the sad MildredoDwyer of this city after nn IllnessI of onlya few days Miss Dwyer waR seventeen years of nge anti hall traveled extensively with her father who came here several years ago from Rochester and engaged in the ditilllng business with offices nl First and Main streets Miss Dwyci was for n time at Nazareth Academy but when here lived with her father at the Galt House The remains ar rived here yesterday ami were taken charge of by Gran Smiths Son Jo be placed in the vault at St Louis eeme tery until burial CENTRAL COMMITTEE monthly meeting of the Central Committee of the Cotho Bo Knights of America will be held at St Marys Hall next Friday night President McGinn wants all the dele gates present as some very interest Ing matter will be discussed u I Ij LOUISVILLE Secures the Next National Convention of Young Mens Institute John j Sullivan and James T Shelley Mado Supreme Officers The Delegates Refuse to Change Jurlsdictiction of Grand Councils ARCHBISHOP MOELLER IS CHAPLAIN The Supreme Council of the Young Mens Institute closed its national convention at Indianapolis lest Fri JAMES T SHELLEY Elected Supreme Director of the Young Mens Institute day with the selection of the follow ing officers Spiritual Director Archbishop Moeller Cincinnati President L E Mahau Eureka Cnl First Vice President John J Keougli Pittsburg Second Vice President John J Sullivan Louisville SecretaryC A Stinger Indian h hapolis Treasurer D J Culllnan Pitts burgSupreme Directors Matt J lour New Albany I II Keefe Sharps burg James T Shelly Louisville John 32 Fitzpatrick Cincinnati Thomas J Ibers Seattle John W 1helan Mobile There was a spirited contest for the next national convention Pitts burg Cincinnati Indianapolis San Francisco Seattle and Louisville all wanting the honor Kentuckys representatives Messrs Smelly and Sul livan and John Barryof New Haven did some active hustling mid won out 011 the first ballot They have rev turned home highly elated over the tact that the Kentucky jurisdiction gets two Supreme officers and the national convention The last days of the session were largely taken up with the amend ment wblch provided for a direct representation from the subordinate councils to the Supreme Council in stead of a representation through the Grand Councils us is provided for at present nail the division of Ohio into two jurisdictions instead of the present one Carefull consideration was given each but the consensus of opinion was that the pres Out was an Inopportune tine for changing the laws or jurisdiction of Grand Councils nod both decisive lions were defeated by 1a oteUlreafterthe Supreme Council per capita tax which remains unchanged must be paid by time Grand Councils instead of local councils which will prove a more satisfactory and busi ness method For the purpose of stimulating interest in the Young Mens Institute the laws now provide that 25 will be paid direct to any one who organizes a council of the order It is thought this will be the means of largely Increasing the membership especially in many cities where coun ells do not now exist Another low adopted requires that any one must be a member for one year before becoming eligible to hold offfice in the Supreme Council The matter of making the Y M I the association of the Catholic church as the Y M C A is for time Protestant churches was received with favor but it was deemed best that action be deferred until after the next convention of the American Federation of Catholic Societies when William M Fogorty of Indian apolls will present time advantages offered by the Y M I ns a neucleus for such nn organization Members of the order throughout the country are delighted over the selection of Archbishop Moejlcr as Supreme Chaplain The Archbishop is a member of Robert Doyle Coun cil of Cincinnati and has never failed to cncouraire time Y M I Second Vice President Sullivan Is- o member of Trinity Council and Supreme Director James J Shelly is the first President of Mackin Coun cil now having n membership of nearly 500 Both express themselves with the work of theconvention The men elected lu office ore representative Catholics and were chosen for their fitness anu ability For the flew administration t n they predict n bright anti successful future and a big convention in Louis ville two years henc- eIIIIMIGRATION Restrictions Favored by Pres- Ident Mitchell of Mine- Workers Immigration hould be restricted for the protection of American labor nH it is today The men who are now employed in our mines timid factories should lie safeguarded against the mien arrivals who are willing fo step into their places for lower wages This seems to mu one of the most important reasons for a reform In this branch of our national policy I believe that time educational quail fixation for the admission of the Im migrant should be raised He should he able to read anti write his native language reasonably well Such a restriction would give ns a better class of Immigrants than we get now and n class less likely to swell the ranks of too cheap labor Resides demanding this educational qualification we ought to require ol these immigrants that they bring money enough to transport them to whatever section of the country of fers the greatest advantage to them I believe that a man landing on our shores should he able to follow the trade that lie was engaged in nl home or turn Ids energies in any other direction that he nay naturally desire Many Immigrants would adopt this course if they had openIngi employmentinland with just enough in their pockets to get them through time barge office that they arc forced to take the first job which they can find This is often some other mans job and the Immigrant gets it because heI- R willing to do time same work follower wages The requirement that the immi grant bring more money with him will aid too in the distribution of Immigrants throughout the country and prevent centralization in the vicinity of time landing points ANNUAL MINSTREL Ot Trinity Council Thursday Evening Ai Macauleys Theater Trinity Council minstrels will give their annual performance at Macauleys Theater next Thursday evening October 11 The members hay bye rehearsing faithfully under the direction of Prof Emerson Barrow anti indications point to n smooth and complete performance ns Trinity Council has developed some first class amateur talent since the inauguration of these minstrel shows n few years ago The following arc those who will take prominent parts Robert Dickens William Detchen Joseph llebemann Eugene M Ford Neil h Lane Clarence OConnor Mar DrlcollIas interlocutor Will Crecellus Lon Puttmun James1 Mclaiu and Master Clifford hider will render the latest popular songs and musical hits nnd Messrs OConnor Lane Ilehemnnii Leonard Webb Detehen nnd Klely will Introduce a novel dancing specialty entitled A Dutch Dance The closing act will be n splendid scene in which the entire company will take part introducing several unique dancing and singing specialities assisted by n trained chorus of forty members Reserved seats can be Lad at Mneauleys box office and ns the performance serves a twofold purpose the encouragement of the amateur performers nod financial assistance to Trinity Councils new club house thgir friends will be on hand in large and enthusiastic numbers next Thurs day evening SPLENDID SHOWING iackin Gains in Finances For the Last Three Months Mackin Councils meeting Tuesday night was spirited and interesting from beginning to end nnd the re port of Treasurer Dan Weber that the net funds of the organization land been increased 200 during the past three months was time occasion for long and hearty applause The work of bringing in new members continues unabated four being rev ported favorably and ten more appt cations being presented President Raldy in reporting the visit to Trinitys trip around the world hall passed around two boxes of fine cigars lIen Sand told of the work being done for the fall festival and stated that for the open fug night they had secured a splendid KOI of moving pictures of scenes id Ireland A letter of sympathy was ordered sent to Frank Murphy on the death of his mother and congrat ulations to Will Schreiber and Charles Parsons Ben SOlid Charles Smith and John Curl were appointed on the Investi gation Committee and the request of Secretary Adams and Treasurer Weber for new and larger books was granted Supreme Director Jartcs Shelby was present and reviewed the york of the Council nt Echoes of the debate D Sunday were heard on all sties with much praise for Messrs Burke gaud Cate The discussions brought cut some forceful but friendly argu ofltbe TAY PAY Tho Irish Lender Takes a ClictVr fur View of Irelands f Hope Homo Rule Bill to Pass at the Coming Session of Parliament Highest Regard For President Roosevelt and Thinks Bryan Charming OLD COUNTRY OB THE UP itTayPay OConnor Irish lead wit and editor arrived on the Ce IrisNationaldelphia this week the convention o AmerllJIlecapaof brcezbluffanswered all questions coming proslllrtsflJrWe have n ministry time head fcf which Prime Minister Sir Henrt pledgelhomcJi while in Gladstones Government again and again expressed his co victions Ills opinions have IK changed but have been fortified by what has in the meantime 4nken place In the last elections he made temptation11tlIstinet rule As Its first and most important net Mr OConnor looked for nn Irish bill at the coining session of Parlia j helpingherselfhind sent fourfifths of her repre sentatives to demand selfgovern ment She had raised considerable funds for twentyfive years In sup port of home rule and united all her forcesI not think any measure will have a chance he continued of being passed by Parliament unless it satisfies the Irish party As to their respectIsthree years ago That act could not f have gone through If the Irish party r had not favored it Under the land net whichpm btotime truant upon declaration of de sire to purchase to obtain n reduc tion of 25 per cent in rent and ultimately become the owner ho thought that in many instances the tenant might have made a better bar galnv It freed the tenant from every Galley Five 5 symbol of landlordism Onethird of nil the land and practically all Wex ford was now In the hands of time tenants A tenant owner became a better Nationalist appreciating more keenly the Inefficiency and stupidity of the present Government Of course said Mr OConnor Ireland will never be a country properly worth living in until she Is Everytiming tainly four fifths of tIle population would vote for home rule I think the Government is disposed to grant us n generous measure of it The Lords always oppose it but time Lords ns shown in history are sometimes struck with terror and wish to preserve their own libertiesa premntllelour Parnell split in 1SCO Gladstone might have carried home rule In 1802 The Irish cause lost twelve years anti pained twenty years of education We had the period of division and disaster Gladstone did a great work in destroying prcludice E look for a majority for an Irish measure of 150 We have in the oppo pnrjftimeeffect of home rule would bo Increas ed education and the next effect increased efficiency in everything for the government over Ireland Is one of the most inefficient ever exer cised Mr OConnor helped present nn ad ilress to William J Bryan Personally I regard Mr Bryan as a most charming man said Mr OConnor hut ns to his views oh do not ask me Im too much of a newspaper mnn to be such n blank fool as to an swer questions of opinion op an k American politicians opinions I have a very high opinion of President Roosevelt Everybody has In Europe Mr OConnor held a reception Sun day night at the Hoffman House He will speak on October 21 in Carnegie Iran and will sail on Oc tober 24 i fiEJ iUS HERE The belfry In SL Leos church in Ilghland Park leas been completEc anti is ready for the bell that has just arrived and Is ready to be placed- In position which will occur In time very near future This will atract l ai large gathering as the blessing oC the bell will be attended with impressive and beautiful ceremonies FEDERATION The local Federation of Catholic Societies will meet in regular monthly session next Thursday tilgbt h I1t the rooms of the Catholic AYo mans Club Questions of tat will be presented for consider and the officers want all th sates present I C I3fiI iIJ KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflNI MMM IIIMMMSmiel Vsveted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS t SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Btttered at the Lotllsylllo Postofflco os Secosd Class Matter AUieusll Commualcatlonito the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN3Z6 West Green Streit iT COUNCI- Lw lJJsv ctJPo m D LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 6 1906 PLEASE TARE NOTICE I If your subscription is due to the Kentucky Irish American why not remit to us at once We are carry ing thousands ofsmall accounts and you can assist materially by sending the amount due on your subscription ow ATHOLIC CHARITIES recent issue the Baptist Argi this city published n communici m from Mrs A Ii Gwatkin Itrd1lI wn Protestant lady and cliaril orher in which she commented lu audatory terms on Judge Charles A Wilson and the Juvenile Cour tlml incidentally has this to sayof the Iatholic and other dcnominutltms Among the many cases from tilt Jpnt denominations which nppci JijftliiH court those from Baptist fin illes are In the majority Startling iIs 1 it Yet it is true The writer 1 enrd it from the lips of Mrs lay wan the chief probation officer am firmed by Mr Ramsey her assis K who said at least 50 per cent ere Baptists Why is this What oes it indicate The answer can not be waded It is neglect We hay not Leen looking after our own Yes thi truth stares us in the face ant ought to make us blush for shame We are responsible The Catholic in their widespread zeal are diligent in their watch over their flock and on the alert In providing a shelter of refuge for their youth that come into this court They have the Convent of e the Good Shepherd where their cases f are taken and trained to be upright industrious citizens The Protestant have no institution to which tit Judge of this court has the liberty to assign children who have commit ted slight misdemeanors unless llC t sends them subject to contaminatio to the School of Ileform Conse quenty many times though with reluctance he sends them back into their former improper environments into homes of careless Ignorant IK apiicd purents which oftcns means that they will day and night frequent dirty streets This is but a statement of tit truth so far as the Catholics are con cerned Our institutions arc established for the saving of souls nOd nre open to all They have reason to bo proudof what has been done by the Sisters of the Good Shepherd the Vincentinns and other fraternities and such articles as the above should spur them to greater effort- REGISTRATION The registration of voters just con eluded shows a great falling oft from that of two years ago but ac cording to the party nffifiations re corded the Democrats still have n safe plurality Upon the registration party estimates have been based for years past but frequently election returns have shown a wide dls rep nncy when the ballots were counted These returns were Immediately fol lowed by cries of fraud and illegal voting which were given wide circu lation by the daily press of Louisville Court records and trials show that votingiwere frequently attempted the will 1ofthe people was not defeated there by nil parties Democrats Ilepub Beans and Fusionists resorting to the same equally questionable methods We are pleased to know that the dally papers all concede that the present registration has been fairly and honestly conducted This ought r rtomean n cessation of the partisan diatribes in their columns that have given Louisville a bad name Ther voters of this city are no more cor runt than elsewhere and the only r element of doubt rests with those who are not brave enough to register honestly their party affiliation As ve view Jt the outlook is for a fair primary and election BLESSED OUR SAILORS r n Time Holy Father TSCJJS Plus X last Friday receireu fifty sailors from the fvarships at Naples The party which tyas conducted to Home by Chaplain ifcGlpty of the armored cruiser West Virginia was presented to the Pontiff by Monsignor Kennedy rector pf the American College The Pope gave each of the nien his Tiand to kiss and delivered a short address which was translated by Consignor Kennedy urging the sail orsto be loyal to their religion faith fui jn the performance of their duties and obedient to their superiors Ate Conclusion of the audience the intlff bestowed the apostolic bene IVon ipri the sailors and caused I of them to be presented with a Lnir medal When the Pope left was heartily cheered by the visit c 0- e ing Americans The sailors ere protographcd on the Court or ammo These are time men upon whom the country may safely re when the hour of trouble comes Into them 1ms been instilled the doctrii of God and country which portends to universal peace without dishonor Fnir minded and Christian people will be glad to learn that there is In movement in Chicago to break up the socalled sweatshop system in which many women and children are wear ing out their lives working undi most unhealthful conditions on cloth ing and other articles of manufacture and receiving for their labor pay tha- is scarcely sufficient to keep then from starvation Home work and shot work may be made desirable and profitable for the workers as well Its for time employers mid the efforts iat the reform of the sweatshop stem should receive general support A table of homicides in the Unit States recently prepared by Judj William II Thomas of Montgomer Ala shows that the Southern States with only 2 per cent of foreign born population lead all the rest in crime The best that can be done is to bring more immigrants South and the attention of those interested in immigration is called to this fact Industrious foreigners would have an elevating effect upon this section of country Next Friday October 12 is the ai niversary of the landing of Chris topper Columbus on the shores of this continent How many there are who never give a single thought t the debt they owe the great Catholic discoverer This oversight however can not be charged to the Kniprhts of Columbus who observed alike Was ingtons birthday the Fourth of July and Landing day We have now entered upon tit month of the Kosary We an Ion stoutly in need of Gods blessings and by no other means are we 10 centuin to receive them as through this efficacious form of prayer Count Adolfo Piancianci who year ago was CommanderinChief of tic Pontifical forces died in Rome las Monday at the advanced age 01 eightytwo The net earnings of the Louisvllli fe Nashville Railroad Company for the past year were 12000000 This is a splendid showing for the South RIPE OLD AGE Mrs Mary Murphy Will Be Sadly Missed by Many With deep regret we announce the leath of line late Mrs Mary Murphy which occurred Saturday morningat time family residence 2210 Duncan street Deceased was the wife of Michael Murphy the oldest employ of n F Avery Sons and the mother of Frank Murphy of the hopnlx Brewing Company and Mrs 1Tchn Berry of 2212 Duncan street Mrs Murphy was born in Ireland Sl entysix years ago but came to spend11gChristian virtues and charitable deeds trade her universally respect ei She was a devoted wife loving mother and kind neighbor who was ever ready to assist those whom she knew to be in distress and many there are who will miss her quiet mil unassuming friendship Monday morning the funeral services were held with a high mass of requiem at St Cecilias church and it could be seen how highly Mrs Murphy was respected by the large amount of lowers and the long funeral pro session that followed her remains to St Johns cemetery BLESSING OP STATIONS The blessing of the Stations of the Cross recently donated to St Leos hurcli in Highland Park will take place tomorrow afternoon at 3 clock Rev Father Eusebius O F 1r will perform the ceremony which Is Impressive anti interesting Father lLL itgerald Is making rapid strides mud will soon have us uptodate a hurch as any in the diocese The second street cars now run direct to Highland Park without any change CHINA PARTY Miss Lula Lepping for several rears a popular employe of the John I Lewis Company was given a nique and happy surprise Thursday evening In honor of her birthday her former associates and many tidy friends called at her home 853 + Seventh street where they held a lilna party and spent a most pleas tukeniunawaresteem were being received fche tanned a surprise luncheon for her frends that was greatly enioVed 0 I S0GIErVi Mrs William Obrecht 3519 Fourth avenue has returned from a visit 1to- Washington Miss Eva Macklin of Frankfort was here for a short visit the first part of the week Miss Susie Brady of Frankfor t has been the guest of Mrs Jesse F Brady Twentyninth street Mrs J G Pcrlins of Boivlini Green has been the west of Ilr mother Mrs Frank P Carroll Miss Ollie Kelty had as her charming guest this week Miss Adeline Kelty her cousin of 13ardstown lien Keating and wife of Paris are the guests of Mrs Edward Kent ing at her home In South Louisville Miss Margaret Ilealy of St Louis has been loving a delightful visit here as the guest of Mrs J Poodle ton Officer Frank Camfield of the First police district has been spending his ten days vacation at Indian hpolis Mrs Will P IJannon nil Mrs Barney 11 Campbell have been spend ing n pleasant week nt West llade Springs John W Smith who has Mien ill1 for several weeks atihls home in jtli West End is reported onthe roajl tb recovery I Newton Welch has returned to Indianapolis after a weeks visit with his sister Mm Frank Davis 3315 Third street William Miller and bride who wax Miss Nellie Carey have returne from the East where they spent their honeymoon William II Newman old wife an daughter who spent the summer nt Pewee Valley have returned to their home on Second street Miss Marie Maloney who has beenl visiting relatives in Kansas City itl expected to return home today rte companied by her mother Mr and Mrs Charles Crush enter tinned a number of friends at cards and luncheon Saturday evening iIn celebration of their crystal wedding Edward Lillis Sr one of Frank forts oldest and best known cltl zoos has been spending the week here with his son Edward Lillis Tr Louis Horntrneger the well known letter carrier has returned with loll fnmilyy from a long Northern trip and on Monday again appeared on his route Edward Bacon arrived hone this week from a European trip of two years and is being warmly welcomed by his legion of business and society friends Arthur Hawkins who has been 11II at St Josephs Infirmary is reported doing nicely and It is expected lie will be able to sit up within the next few days Mrs IL B Watson who was op rated on last Sunday at St Josephi Infirmary is doing as nicely as could lie expected to the great relief of her nnny friends Mrs Sam J Boldrick mod little daughters Mary and Elizabeth and Mrs Boldrlcks mother Mrs Shelton have gone to Winona Miss to spend several weeks George West a well known res Ident of Carrollton visited friends here this week and Monday night was given a hearty reception nt the meeting of Trinity Council The Mohawk Dancing Club will entertain with a dance on Monday evening October 20 at Schreibcrs Hall Frank J Smith and Thomas W Keely mire the committee of arrangements Dr Uichnrd II Oreenwell and Her nard M Bowling of New Haven were welcome visitors here this week Time brmer was one of the judges of the debate at Mackin Council lust Sunday Col J S Moore the esteemed anti popular Superintendent of the Cour jrJournul composing room and his stimablc wife will return today from Martlnsvllle where they have been enjoying a months recreation nnd rest The Kentucky Irish American was leased to have as a visitor this week homas J Connelly a prominent resident of Newport wlio was here as tine guest of Dr Connelly one of the hyslcians at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital TMiss Frances E Miller of this city nnd T II Stumlcr of Lafayette awnshlp were married Tuesday morning at St Johns church near Starlight ten miles north of New Ibany The Rev Father Wagner performed the ceremony Herman Jacob and wife are re- jolcel1 over the arrival of a pretty girl baby at their home 1203 Lamp ton street The happy father is now 1the possessor of three of a kind and will not be long till he Invites nil 110nor friends to a big celebration in their Henry Hoemer and wife and dough tel Miss Gertrude of Cincinnati ar 1r ved Monday to spend a week with TS Henry Ileuff in the Highlands Mr Hoemer is exState President of- the Catholic Knights and has a legion of friends here who were glad toi greet him- Patrolman Pat Mullen left yesterday to spend his ten days vacation nt West linden where he goes every Yfnr Pat spends his vacation a little different from the ordinary tourists there as instead of going for a rest to goes In for his favorite pastime of boxing handball and other strenuous exercises Miss Clara McDermott entertained frlends Sunday night at her home Albanoai presentiI I I mite Armstrong Jeffersonville u Messrs Thomas Gibbons John Burke Edward Short Harry Lee ant Edward Fetter The marriage of Miss Lilly IIo11el and Charles lueger will be solemnized at St Charles Borromeo church at a oclock on Tuesday afternoon October 10 The wedding will be Ia quiet one no invitations being issued After the ceremony the bride ant groom will leave for n hone moon trip of several weeks to the East am after November 1 will be at home to their friends at 2412 West Walnut street I Mr and Mrs John F Oetken enter tallied Wednesday evening at their t residence 1323 East Oak street New Albany Those present were Missi Anna and Marie OBrien Abide Winnie and Margaret Hennessy and Lun Knapkin Messrs Albert D Gregg Dennis J S Gleeson John X IKin berger limy Osterman John J Barry Harry Klein James Rogers and R J li Syte Vocal selections were ren ere by James Rogers and Mrs Oetken The marriage of Miss Lydia E Gill mid Max Xoeller will be solenmmizet Tuesday afternoon October 10 at 4 oclock at St Charles Borromeo church Twentyseventh and Chestnut the Rev Charles P Raffo officiatini Miss Martha beeper a sister of the groom will be maid of honor and D J Gill a brother of the bride wi be best man Following the cere mommy a reception will be held nt the brides home after which they will leave for an extensive trip through the last The Good Will Social Club gave tn barn dance in honor of Mss Mary T Foley of Richmond Center Wis nt Schriebers Hall Wednesday evening October I3 1906 Those present wen Misses Mary E Cnniff Tillie Cunif Anna Doylel Mary L Foley Kati McCuc Mnyme McCue Evelyn tiller Agnes Nevils Nona Nevils Irene Nicoulln Mary I Nlcoulln Messr William Baldwin Con McBarroi Sherley Cuniff Morris Fitzgibboi Thomas Gillignn William Kierc Lawrence Meany Russell Miller an John Murphy The following invitation has bee received in this city The Right Monsignor Schrembs V G nevl the honor of your presence nt the marriage of his niece Mary Elizabeth Sayer to Frederick Charles Schmidt on the morning of Tuesday October 9 1000 nt 830 oclock at St Mary1 s church Grand Rapids tick In immediately after the ceremony the young couple will leave for Chicag and Louisville on their houe moon trip Mr and Mrs Joseph Sayer the parents of the bridetobe left for Grand Rapids to attend the wedding The marriage of A II Wilder amt Mrs Mary L Higgins was solemnize Tuesday evening at the rectory 0 St Louis Bertrands church ale Father Clark performing the cere niony which was witnessed by n- large gathering of friends of tit happy pair Miss Margaret Sliaugl messy sister of the bride and An drew Meaghcr were the attendanti Upon leaving the rectory the bride anti groom were tendered a reception nt the home of time parents of thli former 711 Florence Place Mr an Mrs Wilder have gone to housekeer ing at 1235 Eighth street where they are at Home to their friendsI Among the October Mary Magdalens church the most notable will he that of Miss Undine Petty and Henry C Kleier which will be solemnized with a iiuptiii 8301oclocktractlye and accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs James S Petty and since her coming out a leader in met Kpcial set The groom is a well known and popular employe of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Com pony and is to be congratulated 01 winning so lovely a bride After the ceremony there will be a wedding breakfast and reception nt the home of the bries parents 408 East Gray street Joseph Mahar entertained a number of friends last week with a trolley ride over the city with a stop at iHverview Park for luncheon and re freshments Among those who coin posed the party were Misses Nellie E Mahar Cora E Bnckhnrt Agnes 0 McCarty Lee N Ament Catherim A Hollldny Hettie F Browning Ollle G Holliday Viola Stratton Tulia B Lardner Maggie Bennett Fannie 0 Bennett Louisa A Sulll van Messrs Charles J Mahar An drew B Moore James A Settle Wesley M Higdon Emmet E Ament lleuben H Samuels Harley II Hicks Joseph T C McIIugh Clarence W Dunn Henry E Shields Mesdames I M A Stratton and Marie Sieboldt were time chaperones Miss Cecilia Walsh the accomplished and hi sister of Attorneys Thomas and Austin Vnlsh and Thomas A BrodericI were quietly married Tuesday night at time Cathedral the Rev Father Schuhmann D D performing tin ceremony The voting couple had long been sweethearts but so care fully had they guarded their secret that the news of their union came ns a surprise to all but a few close relatives The bride is a handsome woman and the possessor of qualities of head anti heart that make her a favorite in any circle in which she mingles Mr Broderick is a prominent and successful railroad official of Los Angeles Cal wherp the happy couple will make their future home WITH UNCLE SAM J Albert OBrien for many years with the Bourbon and Kentucky Stock Yards Companies left time city otIrhoI lays ago Mr OBrien received notification from the Secretary of the Bureau of Animal Industry of his appointment as meat Inspector at a llUn some Salary His friends here wish him luck and promotion in his new field of labor for which he Is imply qualified ABLE TO BE OUT The numerous friends of Edward G Hackctt the genial Councilman t large in New Albany urs grail led to see him out again Foe two weeks hci was confined to his home nElgiitbitrect threatened with rphoid fever but Monday night lie vpsout of the house for the first 1me when he attended the Council teeflng v 4 C TRINITY MINSTRELS 1Under Auspices of Trinity Council Y M 1 Macauleys Theater October 1111 TICKETS 25c 50c 75c RESERVED SEATS AT BOX OFFICE ANNIVERSARY St Michaels Commander Made Good Showing Sunday St Michaels Commnndery of the Knights of St John made a splendid showing last Sunday morning and afternoon at St Peters church Slx tccntli and Southgate streetsmS was the annual communion Sunday of this large and well organized Cnth lie body anti was observed with n high muss in the morning and solemn vespers in the afternoon The pat tor Jlev Father Jerome who feel a deep Interest in this commander which holds the lead in the Wcst preached a splendid sermon and eX- tolled the good work of his Knights who were ever ready to respond to his call In their handsome full dress ur form the Knights made a splendid np pearance and Capt bream and hili men received merited praise from Col 1oppe commander of the Tier tacky regiment and the people of the congregation This commandery hns its armory in St Peters Hall nnd when the ladies of the parish gle their three nights supper the met tiers will be there to assist and render them every assistance ELECTED OFFICERS Annual Meeting Monday Nigh of St Edwards Com mandery St Edwards Commandery of thc Knights of St John composed of men of St Anthonys congregation helt its annual election Monday night when the following officers were chosenPresidentThomas Graf Treasurer John T Schulten Captain Joseph Cellar First Lieutenant Adam Weger Second Lieutenant Frank haunt Thomas Graf and John J Schultt have meld their offices since the formation of the commandery Xew bylaws were adopted and now recruit ing for more men bels will begin CONVALESCENT hiss Mary Kennealys numerous friends and admirers will be rejoiced to mow that she is convalescent nt St Josephs Infirmary and will Ilt soon able to be removed to her home Miss Kennealy is the daughter of M and Mrs Hugh Kenncnly 723 Wei St Catherine streetAl week ngo last Tuesday she underwent a del- Icate surgical operation and for se oral days was regarded as in a critical condition SEES THE POPE Press dispatches intimate thi Bishop McFaul of Trenton N J1 who is now in Home will submit to the Pope a personal report of his connection with the Federation of Catholic Societies in the Unite States of which he lms been one of the principal promoters at an anti dice with the Holy Father that was to take place the first part of the present week RAISE FOR TEXAS An Associate Press dispatch from Rome says there is going to be an other archdiocese in the United States The Congregation of Propn gamIn has decided to raise the Set of Galveston to the dignity of nr ecclesiastical province Monslgno Gallagher the Bishop of Galveston will soon receive the pallium as nn Archbishop J HINTS ON STYLE Now is the time to get together patterns and materials for the fancywork which is to turn into Christmas gifts Corset covers that open in front are not pretty under the present open waists so that whatever is worn should open in the back Buttons are of unusual importance In fashions scheme this fall and particularly noticable is the revival of the silk button crocheted or plain Broadcloths are so far the most popular of the new materials anti on the whole the most beautiful of the stuffs suitable for street costumes Amber is taking the place of gold In womens combs A blonde should wear the dark the brunette the light for a contrast is desired above everything Slowly the silk waist has crept lack Into favor until we suddenly find ourselves where we were half ni dozen years ago as to Persians plaids and stripes Velvet ribbon is used with excellent results this fall both by dressmakers and milliners and is a simple anti pretty trimmings for any of the soft sheer stuffs which will be so much worn in defiance of wintry weather SAFE FOOD Young infants should be given In dlnn meal For children over one rear it is a fattening anti safe food Coarsely ground maize boiled In milk will work wonders with a puny ill nourished child County Armagh will be opened and plemnly dedicated by Cardinal Logue DU Sunday October 14 Bishop ODon sell will preach the sermon The 0- M I HOEMERIiij Ii 15 and 17 West Twelfth St CINCINNATI Parties who intend visiting Cincinnati will find here every con uptodatehotelFIRSTCLASS CAFE IN CONNECTION FALL CARPETS AND RUGS In an almost endless assortment are 0 the attractions at 1 Louisvilles Foremost Carpet Store Qualities always reliable prices always ri- ghtHUBRUCHBROS 524 526 528 West Market Street GNOS and ExpertdtxauntanAPdtiCateS Young People For Business Good Employment and Success XJ CALL OH WRITC FOR TVU IHrORUATICK I Union National Bart BusinessMAINtsrReers I 1 College YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD BUY NOW PAY LATER Diamonds Watches and Jewelry on Easy Payments Diamond and Jewelry Credit Co 3CME VST 3VIA3SIICJST STRC Tc71rULBYSMonday Tuesday and Wednesday cvenlugs and- Wednesdaymatlnec CHARLES B HANFORD- In Julius Caeser and CymbrcHiie Thursday Friday and Saturday evenings and Saturday matinee ETHEL BARRYMORE- In AiiceSit bythe hire HOPKINSWeek Beginning Sunday Oct 7 HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE TWO snows DAILY DAN BURKE AND SCHOOLGIRLS Hl- A merry mixture of Singing Character Dancing and Scenic WTecti Quaker City Quartet Singers and Comedians Harry and Kate Jackson presenting Ills Day Off The Rosaiers Refined Novelty Artists Paul flames with a new line of talk Alice KjnodrollleHowthePRICES Evening 10 to 75 cents Matinee Best Seat In House 25 cents BUCKINGHAM MATINEE DAILY WISE C01IMENCINO SUNDAY OCT 7 THE BrigadiersTom Fuller Jack Symonds ca B THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jeflirion SI Doth Telephones 10SO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed All the new Summer styles and shapes can be found here at reasonable prices dive your boys an education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 Wi Broadway Louisville Iy Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers Classical Scientific and Business Course Preparatory Do partmentLarge Swimming Pool wellEquipped- Oymnesium Terms Moderate Bro James Dir The new convent at Bessbrook good nuns have left the old farm house where they were forced to dwell for many years and have talon possession of their new home built on the most charming site in Ireland U DONT WAIT r but come at once and see the largest selection of FURNITUREof Win P Mayer 419 WEST MARKET STt THOMAS KEENAN f Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All nightCarriages 1225 W MARKET ST w Have Your Prescription Filled In TORIC LENSES Mounted with Southern Optical Co eye glass clamps They do not slip or Irritate the nose Southern Optical Co of Louisville Ky Inc Wholesale and Manufacturing Optician Third and Chestnut Streets Sole manufacturer s of the KRYPTOK INVISI nut BIFOCAI for Kentccky ti MANHATTAN RESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 W Jefferson StreetOTTO E YENT Proprietors s tI P x IPIi 97V w r 1- T gRNTU KY HV v v STRAIGHT CREEK COAL I Burns better makes less ash and more heat per pound thai any other bituminous coal 5 100 Bushels 1400 I 25 Bushels 350 100 Bushels Jellico Lump 1300 SCANLON COAL I Incorporated COII Nintht and Kentucky t LOTS FOR SALE FOUR IN HAZELWOOD 25x195 feet for 135 eachcash 2 lots 38 x200 feet 300 each 3 lots 33 x110 feet 200 each 3 lots 50xSS feet 200 each Also 94 feet running to point near Beechmont 300 ADDRESS L J SMITH 2019 FIFTH ST HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 JRJ BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMERs 838 EAST tIN STREET With the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking Dnslness of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT 111 1 1 1 I JIll 1 1 I 1 1 II IH J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 r TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS crrl STREETShort4l1f1III1 1 + i+ +++ ++i ft t t t t 4 D J DOUGHERTY S J MCELIJOTT r DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night + 1231 WEST MARKET STREET + + + + + t t t t It Oran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and EmbalmerCar- riages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8T06 9 TO 12 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work done lor the least money Our Dentistry Will Please You FDentistFJ X Co ye t 0 WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET 4 HENRY AJJi1 PruLU SI DYER AND GLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone 6J11 528 Fifth Street t tm U PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville hospitalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA MERCY HOSPITALI Sparks Avenue JeHersoovllle lad I Our little ad works wonders Not only does it make money for jis 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 I Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plas ter Plant Jeffersonville Ind Phone 655 ALBERT T1 1 SCHRANZ 301302 KY TITLE BUILDING REAL ESTATE In All Its Branches Cumb Phone 643Y MONEY TO LOAN p A NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB Autumn DAYSi Beginning Monday Oct 1 and Ending Saturday Oct 20 SIX HIGHCLASS RACES DAILY FIRST RACE AT 215 P M TICKETS ON SALE AT ALL HOTELS AND CAFES HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes The Xew Hampshire State conven tion at Dover wan composed of 121 delegates Xew Hampshire has now a mem bership of over 2000 having a net Increase of 232 during the past two years National President Cummings Washingtonthisception The State convention recently held nt Denver was the largest in the his tory of Colorado 105 delegates being presentAt CountyBoardcandidates were initiated into Division 1- There are about 7000 members uf filiated with the Minnesota nssur once fund which now has a reserve of 05000 Minnesota has fortynine auxiliaries with u membership of 4264 an increase of about 800 members in less than two years Henry Boylan was reelected County President nt the convention held in Philadelphia receiving 246 votes Tames Sheehan Ills opponent had 176 votes Three hundred delegates attended proCathedral convention was opened at Winona Bishop Cotter was the celebrant State President Dorsey opened a JlrldgetHl1mrchan address The Hibernians con ducted nn attractive and successful booth The total net assets of the order in Xew Hampshire amount to 40500 Since the Concord convention two years ago 24500 was expended for maintenance sick and funeral benc fits and charitable purposes Francis T Sheeny just elected State President for the District of Columbia is the present executive bend of the Knights of Columbus of the Washington jurisdiction and a popular young lawyer among his peo pieReports submitted to the Missouri State convention show a 25 per cent Increase in membership during the past two years nearly 7000 now belonging to the order in that State The military divslon numbers 1000 menAbout the middle of November a banquet will be tendered National President Matthew Cummings at the representativeImslnlHIi Boston in honor of his election to the highoffice he now holds The invited guests for the occasion will include among their number the highest of ficers in Church and State X meeting of the County Presi dents in Xew Jersey will be held this month to discuss the teaching ot Irish history in the parochial schools At the meeting arrangements will be made to distribute 2500 copies of the proceedings of the last Stat convention It Is proposed to increase the death benefits in counties whore only 50 are now allowed Mercer county nays 200 at the time of Vie mem bers death- Secretary Mahoney recommended to the Minnesota State convention that when an insured member reaches the age of seventy yjnrs n paid up policy be issued to him with out further payments of assessments or dues and that annually thiru after the said insured member receive from the fund 10 per cent of time amount of his policy while living until paid In case of death be fore fully paid the balance to be paid his beneficiary AWFUL DEATH Edward Kilkenny one of the oldest residents of the West End met with an awful death Monday afternoon The unfortunate man who was eixty seven years old was on time tracks of the Baltimore R Ohio railroad at Twentysecond and High streets onllIhl not hear the approaching train that ran over and killed him ills body was horribly mangled a leg and an arm being entirely severed Ills funeral took place from the Church of our Lady i COUNCIL FOR NEW ALBANY Judge Matt ODoherty and James J Fitzgerald of this city and Dis trict Deputy Hermann of Evansville J addressed a representative gathering of Catholic men in New Albany on Sunday It is the intention toInsti tute a council of the Knights of Columbus in our sister city and the prospects are very flattering to the organizers CLERICAL CHANGES Tie Rev Father Lucius Matt O MiC arrived Monday from New Jersey to enter upon Ills duties as- asfIstant pastor of st Anthonys el relt in Jeffersonville of which he With the rector aorne years ago Rev mund iCalser O MC who had mdeared himself to the conirregai lion has been transferred to Albany- Yf 111 M1M- n r 4r r C r a me t t t + t t tt + Cumb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CREAM CO1 MAN0PACTURBRS 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 competitors627633 EIGHTH ST 4 KATIE AGNES SMITH Independent of all Undertakers LADY EMBAUIER Washing and dressing ladies and children J a specialty Elegant shrouds made jto order at reasonable prices All calls answered promptly day or night Home phone 1677 Office 2406 Payne St KNICIITS OFI COL1IBDSI e Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere The new council being organized at Xorwood Ohio will be Instituted sonic time this month Fiftyfive candidates were Initiated Into tlve council nt Little Rock which now numbers about 200 memo hers The council at Chndron Neb is making fine strides Its second class will be initiated the letter part of this month Memphis Council is preparing for j Sundayinj ited to fifty templntethecost 200000 having purchased for 17000 valuable propertyon Lee Circle for a site Uoth Milwaukee councils will cele brate Landing day with banquets for i their members Milwaukee Council at i the IJanklnton House and 1ere Mar queete at the Hotel Tfister The four degrees will be given at i Xew Orleans on Sunday October 14 State Deputy Kuhn of Xnshvllle will have charge of the fourth Su preme Knight Edward L Hearn will be among the visito- rsAMUSEMENTS The Buckingham announces the Brigadiers as its next weeks attraction and any one In search of nov city humor gayety melodious music surprises light and scenic effects should pay a visit to this troupe Hanlons Fantasrfm is booked for all of next week at the Masonic This announcement will he greeted with pleasure by many who have the hap piest memory of the Ilnnlon produc tions in the past The production is said to be better than ever before Charles Hnnford one of this coun trys most eminent portrayers of the legitimate drama will be at Mncauleys Theater the first half of next week nresenting Julius Caesar and Cymbeline Ethel Bnrrymore comes for the last three nights and matinee and will be seen In J Af Barrios play AliccSitBy TheFire Dan Durkes School Girls will lead the bill of vaudeville next week at the Hopkins The act is a novel one and enjoyed a long run both in London and in the Eastern American cities Harry and Kate Jackson In a sketch and the Quaker City Quar tetfe are featured on the next pro gramme Others will be Paul Barnes the Rosaires and Alice Lewis Xew animated pictures are promised for the kindrome number INTO NEW HOME Unity Council Y M I of Xew Al bany this week removed to the building recently purchased by them for club house purposes and held their regular meeting there Tuesday night There was no demonstration attending the opening of the new quarters as In Its present shape the house does not present the appear ance that Is desired by the members After thoroughly overhauling and re modeling the place Unity will throw to its members and friends one Oren handsomest and most completely equipped Y M I meeting halls In this section of the country BREAKS A RECORD Dennis Horgnn the big powerful Irish athlete of the New York Athletic Club broke a worlds record last Saturday afternoon at the fall games of the Mercury Foot organization at Trnvers Island He hurled twenty lglttpol1ml weight thirtysix feet three inches beating Reads recordthrow made In 1888 by a trifle II less than a loot 1jjjjuj iiII n 0 Meeting EIGHTEEN RACING IRELAND Reord of the Most Important of tbe Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Irish exchanges say a new labor party is to make its appearance In CorkOn Sunday the death took place at Knnis of the Very Hev J U Cooney 0 S Fof Cloiuncl A girl named Mary Anne HoloTian was decapitated on Thursday evening by a train running from Thurles to Clonmel The Cork United Trades Council has joined in the effort Jo secure the establishment of n university for that city An Knnlshillen farmer named Will lam Wadsworth committed suicide by hanging himself with n rope in a calfhouseThe has occurred at Fermoy partinsented the local Urban Council for fifteen years Time Unll money Rural Council has proposedagricultural he n useless outlay The foundations for tile Drogheda Cottage Hospital mire now being made and building operations will commence immediately The Chairman on the occasion of the opening of the Ulster College of Irish in Cloghaneely County Don egal was the Very Jlev Canon James McFadden Purchase negotiations in reference Jto the sale of the town of llrosim IIIei now been completed the town tenants purchasing on the same terms as the agricultural tenants There is much regret in Derryat the death of Tames Healy who had attained a venerable age and was much esteemed for sterling integrity of character and honesty of purpose In and around Kinvara County Galwav time barley crop this year is n record one Harvested in favorable weather it was remarkably well filled and free from wasters so ruinous for malting purposes It Is reported that 100 coast guard stations in Ireland are to be closed The men occupying the stations proposed to be closed will be given the option of either retiring on pension or being distributed throughout the remaining stations Speaking at a meeting nf Inv nishowen Mr Philip ODoherty M P advocated the claims of the la borers and a resolution was nfloptcu calling on the landlords to regard tthe failure of the potato crop in deal iing with their tenants Seamus Hough a County Limerick man has been appointed Gaelic League organizer in County Tip perary in the place of Patrick 3Kielv who will now confine his at tention to County Waterford and the southern portion of Tipperary It is understood that a movement is on foot to establish a woolen or other similar factory on the banks of the Shannon between Uelcoo and Glengelvin The llev Thomas Corr of Dowrq is taking an active inter est in the proposed undertaking The results of the years interme diate examination in Ireland have been made public As usual the candidates who obtained the highest honors are pupils of the Irish Christian Brothers schools There were 3100 passes in Irish as compar ed with 2465 In 1905 On Sunday the memorial to John Mandeville and his comrades Loner gan Casey and Shlnnick the latter three of whom were shot dead by the police at Mitchelstown in Sep tember 1887 was unveiled by Will lam OBrien MP Letters of apology for nonattendance were read from Messrs John E Iledmond and John DillonThe people from East Limerick and North Kerry heard with regret of the death of Joseph Fitzgerald of Bally hahill who was known in that part of the country by almost every man woman and child and Ills kindly and generous nature was a household word For close on half a century he was the leading merchant in Ballyhahill and his funeral to the family burying place In Glin was three miles long The Derry Journal writes ju bilantly gf the restored union among the Nationalist forces and the pros pect It opens up Nationalism in Derry it says is n united force with one fixed purpose and idea to be concentrated in time effort to win back time representation of the city now in time lands of the minority who got in through the cleft that contention made and indifference and derelic tion left at that minoritys mercy MOURNS HIS DEATH Robert M Lee son of the late Peter Lee and one of the best known and moat popular young men in Shelbyville died there last Sunday morning after a two weeks Illness of typhoid fever He was thirty two years old and leaves a wife and two children who have been receiv- Ing the sympathy of the entire com Theefuneral was held Thursday morning from the Church of the Announcia tlon a long concourse of mourning friends following the remains to GroVe Hill cemetery x l0- ll R e FOK FEHR INCORPORATED gRLWING 601 Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY DRINK Hofbrau Pilsen r Be SENN Si BREWED KEQlI BREVING COlt1PANYINCORPORATEDTELEPHONE 4B2 LOUISVILLE PABST BEE ALWAYS PUREl Brewed from carefully selected band hopsnever permitted to leas brewery until proprely aged TELEPHONE 1380 Louisviiie jtJrancii JPourreentn and Jeirersoii S Cumb 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1906 Colonist Rates to California Points and GREAT NORTHWESTD- ates of Sale Sept 15 to Oct 31I Ask ns for full full informationJ H Gallagher Tray Pass Agt L J Irwin Genl Pass Agent Louisville Ky l 0- ir When on the Water Wagon- I a bottle of Coca= Cola Then youll- understand i ZA- lall good Oars Groceries sad Stead HERRMAM BEOS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers In Finest Brands of Kea I tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street i WINES LIQUORS ONUS VALS SALOONVAL LESTER PropNHot Ianch every morning frog VAS to 1230 oclock 44Sfc W QREJBJ2T MCV 0- r0 j- h 1t 11I rITU IRISH A1t1ERIOAN tTHE BIG STORE SPECIAL Mens High Grade Fall Top Coats 10 On sale one week beginning today Saturday and ending Friday t THE BIG STORE 424 Market Fourth St 434 WestII IMILTON M MARBLESTONE b THE FARRAND= CECILIAN PIANO appeals to every one man woman or child young or old who is fond of music for every one can play it even though they know k nothing whatever of music or piano playing Those who know how can play this piano with the fingers the same as they would any other Those who dont know how to play a piano can play this one by means of the Cecilian Piano Mayer Mechanism which is built in it THE PRICE IS 650 Your old piano taken in exchange at a fair value We will be glad furnish you with complete information in regard to the piano on request 1NTENEORO= RIEHM MUSIC CO GEB8GSO FOURTH A tTIt 1i- LTIDEWI3LRY We are now showing the finest assortment ever seen in this city Diamonds Gold Watches Rings jai1td Necklaces at most reasonable prices Call and seebur display o- fSILVERWARESuitable for Wedding and Holiday Presents Select Your Holiday Presents Now and We Will Reserve Them For You BRUNN Jeweler530 West flarket Street 98 s ss sTy me Gftas fi e Rogers BOOK 60 1 PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE t+ Give us a cal and inspect our line of goods They are the T finest of their kind in the cityfBOOKS 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It + H H It a t Pmldent following 8 ttt MJJ BANNOW Vice Pres b Gen Mgr to and CO to all P BANNONJR Treasurer Kentucky Vitrifie Brickk Cao INc0RPOR- ATltDltdunufcaoturor of VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS iMlce 508512 W Jeffel1DR St Wales MapoMa Ate set 91k aN 10th TEL PI1ON6 573 TELEPHON1252- U U ee ee ee g eee e NEW FALLSUITSThe variety of styles shown by us and which are ultra able is large enough to gratify any taste The fitted fashioniiin 24 and 3Oinch lengths will be very popular while o fitted Prince Chap the Strapped Norfolk and Short Blouse Eton owillbe considerably favored All of these styles are shown by us in a pleasing and attractive variety Ii 1000 1250 1500 up to 3500 II Womens Fall Coats 8 45 to 5oinch Tourist Coats will be all the rage We have them made in all th- eo new and fashionable materials 5 00 up to 2500 Lightweight Coatsi iIn Kersey and Broadcloth made in th- eo popular semifitted and loosebackstyless o elaborately trimmed 750 875 1000 to 2500 o Misses 0ialsjI JBACON50N3 I MARKET REETBETTHIRD AND FOURTH J0 0000000 000000000000 000004 0000 ALTAR SOCIETY BAZAR I For the Benefit of st Leos Church at Highland Park The ladies who comprise the Attar Society of St Leos new church Iii Highland Park announce an open air baar next Friday afternoon and night for which theytavt made great preparations At this Henson that section appears at its best the Melds filled with golden rod and the trees aglow with their variegated colored leaves and is well worth a visit Many new amusements will be provided for the young people as well us their elders and Father Fitzgerald the pastor will be there and pleased to meet alll I ids friends The ladles have securedl quite a number of valuable prizes for distribution among those who attend A special feature will be the refreshments and supper which wiltI be served to all who wish them for a small sum The ladles of the society will be assisted by the women of the parish and promise n meal that willI satisfy the most exacting epicurean taste Assurance is given that allI who attend will be well entertained The new Second street car line now runs to Highland Park without change or extra charge WILL MOVE Ladles Auxiliary Decides in Pavor of Another Home The Ladles Auxiliaryof the Ancient Order of Hibernians will meet hereafter in the hull at Seventeenth and Main streets where they have secured n larger and more suit tibia home This step was taken only after mature deliberation The hall in the Hopkins Theater building was not easy of access anti was other wise unsuited for their purpose and the only surprise is that the ladies did not move before Wednesday night there was a large attendance to witness the initiation and reception of a big class The work was put on in excellent style and greatly impressed the candi dates The business of the evening was hastily dispatched unit then followed a most enjoyable soda session at which refreshments were served During the pleasant hour there were vocal and instrumental selections and entertaining chats Tlfis body is making splendid progress under Its present officers who are striving to double the present membership PLACE 10 STAY In another column will be found the advertisement of the Hotel Hoemer one of the best in Cincin nati to which we would call the at tention of our renders Henry Heomer the proprietor is the ex State President of the Catholic Knights of America ouch Iis well known to Kentuckians During the past summer he had his hotel re modeled maid refurnished and it is now one of the most modern and best equipped in the Queen City It is located convenient to the business center and cars to all parts of the city pass its doors from Kentucky will find Mr Hoemer n genial host and we cheerfully be speak for him their patronage CHANGE OP BASE Qohman Bros d Knhler will next week move to their new stove foundry in the east end of New Al unity In business but a few years this firm has built up a substantial trade and their many friends around the Falls Cities will be pleased to hear of their success BAZAR ON KNOBS Preparations are being made by the congregation of St Marysofthe Knobs cliurch In Lafayette town ship near New Albany for a bazar to be held at the church beginning October 21 and continuing four days The merchants of the three Falls cities have been very liberal In do ui- aChi 1 Fall Coats In ages from 6 to 14 years select variety 0of the new style andnew materials Our popular prices range as follows f8 29S up to 1500 New Dress Skirts All the new plaited styles are shown in immense of the 498 750 and 1000 qp SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues 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 SergeantatArms Edward Craddick DIVISION 2 FridayIPresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentWilliam T Meehan TreasurerOwen Keirau Recording Secretary Joseph T Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice PresidentJohn Hennessy Recording SecretaryDennis J Cole manFinancial SecretaryDaniel J Dough ertyTreasurerGeorge J Butler Serg antatArmsThomas Noon SentinelMartin Sbeehan DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President John A Murphy Vice PresidentJoseph L Lenihan Recording Secretary Frank P Burke Financial SecretaryEmmet OSulli van 1520 Seventh street TreasurerWilliam J Connelly SergeantatArmsRobert Mitchell SentinelWilliam Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentMichael Kenne- yPresidentRobert Gleason VicePresidentMichael Breen TreasurerLouis Constantine Recording SecretaryJ B Murphy JrFinancial SecretaryJohn Kinne- ySergeantatarmsohn E Murphy Doorkeeper Eugene Constantine Banner CarrierTimothy Kinney Marshal Jolm A Kennedy Y ovr i MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Charles S Raidy First Vice PresidentLouis J Kieffer Second Vice President D Oliver Pat tonRecording SecretaryJohn L Boland Corresponding Secretary Frank Lana hanFinancial Secretary Frank G Adams 2141 Rowan street TreasurerDaniel Weber Marshal James L Mullarkey Inside Sentinel =Charles Oswald Outside SentinelLouis Kinsell- aSHORTHAND e ADVERTISING TELEGRAPHY COMMERCIAL LAW special1stThe student is given personal individual train Ing by practical work from the start The advantages offered by the TRUMAN SYSTKM are unsurpassed This is the shortest cheapest and best plan ever offered students Call or add- resscJLUWtMd A ncM Expert Accountant 551 Fourth Avenue nating articles to be disposed of at the bazar Each evening a fine sup per will be served by the women of the parish The entertainment is given for the purpose of raising funds to be applied toward the erection of a new cnurch to replace the one built by the late Ilev Father Xeyrou on the knobs over sixty years ago The congregation alicody has over 8000 raised by Father HUlebrnnd before his trans fer to Kvansville IRISH RANK FIRST Of all the peoples of Europe the French havfe the fewest children andi the Irish the most The average French family intmbers 33 persons and the average Irish family 52t In England theAverage is 48 IJ It- t I 1 WALTERS NIGHT Next Meeting at Trinity Coun cil Will Be Social One Trinity Council Y M I met Monday I evening for the first time in two weeks the members devoting all of last week to the trip around the world Louis Kempff acted as Recording Secretary in the absence of Secretary Henry Stoerr Terry Driseoll and Will Lane of the En tertainment Committee stated that they were not ready as yet to make a complete report of last weeks en tertainment and would make a com biped report after the minstrel show at Mncuuleys John 7 Sullivan the newly elected Second Supreme Vice President made a report of the pro conentlonllnt I J Cooney tendered their resigna tions as delegates to the Catholic Federation and their successors will he elected at next Monday nights meeting when a big attendance is expected as Mr Frank K Walters the brewer has generously donated refrshments for that night and a pleasant social evening is promised KEEN SPORT Fast Horses and Close Fin ishcs at Churchill Downs Fast horses and close finishes have furnished keen sport this week at Churchill Downs Jhe autumn meeting of the Louisville Jockey Club has drawn good crowds de spite the ball weather and with n continuance of such racing for two more weeks the meeting will prove a great success Fields that ire not unwieldly and good riding marked each days racing and the promise is made that this will continue to time end For today a fine frogramine tins been arranged and some of the fastest horses at the track will ron tend for the purses offered Feature events are scheduled for next Monday Wednesday and Saturday when new horses will appcur and sonic sensational finishes navy ho looked forKentucky race goers were made happy this week when tha United States Court sustained the State Itaclng Commission dissolving tin in junction granted by Judge AValliP Evans This means much fur racing in Kentucky and from the best in formation obtainable theiv wll bo no further attempts to nullify the law Time State Board will grant all clubs reasonable dates and thereby prevent clashes and the ruination of the sport I c JOLLY TROLLEY PARTY c Tonight Henry A J Iuls will give his employes and a number of friends a trolley ride over the ety with a supper at Sennhigt Park c During the past season he lild an Im mense dyeing and cleaning business at Ills establishment 528 Fifth street and he gives this affair to show his appreciation of the young men and women whose faithful services hurl I contrIbutedso largely to his success an example that many other employ ers might well follow Accompanied by Henry Lepping Mr Puls expects to make a trip to California fur tn indefinite period of rest and recrea tion PROMOTED Capt Timothy Lehan who has been long In the Fire department and fort I En1lneHall is receiving congratulations on his promotion to tile Captaincy of = Hook and Ladder Company yo 4 Copt Lehans promotion is on ac count of meritorious services li line of duty at hires and also as apexIi ecutlve officer lIe knows haw to command men and shirks no duty at a fire During the past week ho lias been acting as Assistant Chief to Henry Weatherford who Is head ablsenceII1 u GREAT tj OF SALE R EXMATTRESSES IiitPat Sept 11003 Oct 11 1004 y1 REX MATTRESS Guarantee The material in this InnerTufted Mattress is secured in position by 352 stitches and will retain its symmetrical form It is positively guaranteed not to become lumpy None genuine without our registered trade mark a Chas A Fisher Co iT This mattress is made in layers of Elastic Cotton Felt Smooth sur face no tufts visible Ticking is 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