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KENUCKY IRISH AMERICAN VOLUME XVIL NO 16 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 20 1906 PRICE FIVE CENTS qa q WATCHING The Progress Being Made by tile Catholic Church In Germany Cardinal Vannutolll Attended the Congress Just Held at Essen Vacations of Prelates of tbe Curia Shortened Oneeft Mouth f FATHER FREDDI REPOSED RED HAT Cardinal Vnnnutelll who returned a few weeks ago from German where he attended the Germs Catholic Congress at Essen has jllstI submitted to the Pope at his specie request the views of the progresi of Catholic interests in the Germai Empire and especially n detailed ac count of the Parliamentary organlza lion in the Reichstag known as tin Centre party According to the Car limn the party just now command over a hundred votes because of the political move of the old members oho allowed Protestant interests to in their partyanbo represented gave their support to the group ofI Protestant candidates who as in recent elections in Lorraine obtalnei ii exclusive success The Influtnc of the Catholic party in the Germai Reichstag according to the Cat dlnnlH report is now so great that the recently elected President of the chamber was German legislative perIlionCatholic the rich owner friend of themines and a personal German Emperor The Cardinal hat recommended to the Pope that spe fluFatherMinister University who in his opIn- ion is the directing mind of tIle Centre party in Germany and hat succeeded in making the party the controlling influence in the Jteich stag It is probable that the Cardi nays recommendation will be acted upon and that others of the mostk fluential members of the 1 Spain Grober and Porsch will bu knighted by the Pope custionthatreligious orders should dwell within a house of their order unless us Signed to head such congregations all furnish a free apartment to their Prefect Pius X has just granted tit hifCapnch1nresidence nt the Altemps than his former residence which is near to tIle Vatican Palace the Capu AlteuttPalacePope by the Duke of Gallesse who however reserved to his own use during his lifetime the best apart ment on the first floor Pope Leo turned over the use of the splendid mansion to the Bishops of Spain for the par So of establishing there II nalonaPemlnary which was much + desired by the Vatican authorities Since then the greater part of the palace has heel occupied by the Spanish students excepting the apartment of the Duke He died a few weeks ago and then the Bishops of Spain offered the use of the apartment to Cardinal Vlves if the Pope honld consent to the nrange ment The Pope did and the Spanish prelates even went to the trouble of splendidly furnishing the rooms for the Cardinals use In n few days Cardinal fives will be installed in the magnificent apartment and will then be in a position to enter tain visitors better than before V Cardinal Vlves because of the gray dress which he has to wear as a Cardinal member of the Franciscan order is called in Rome the Gray Pope He is certalnl very influ ential at the Vatican because of ills nationality the same as that of the Cardinal Secretary of State In fact it is asserted that Pius X will do nothing without first consulting him and that the recent decision taken by the Pope which absolutely re jected the nw of separation in France was chiefly due to Cardinal Vlves advice Bv order Of the Pope the usual va cut inns of the prelates of the Curia which for years has always lasted until the beginning of November have this year been shortened one month and already this city is re 1bsuining its ecclesiastical activity Mnrquis de Ojeda the new Spanish Ambassador at the Vatican is ex peettd here in a few lays and then negotiations will be entered into v 1with the purpose of preserving the of 1851 anti resisting the olniiH of the Spanish Liberals Pius X has gone so far as to obtain that Pon Curios the Spanish Pretender ofjmidl profess his own and his sons disapproval of the insurrection at tempted against the Government a few weeks ago PHisX is still working to eliminate from the Vatican entourage all tune semblances of a royal court which it has borne for several centuries Ills latest step has been that of abollshine the duties of tho Bus solunti eighteen in number who were summoned to bring to time Pope the memorials and petitions present ed for him in the antechambers of the palace As they are paid a salary ffID50 a month each it was found desirable to give them gone other job and now they haves ben assigned to the duty of escorting to- G GI oJZ 0 the Popes presence the visitors who have been grunted an audience IUld especially the Cardinals and prelate visiting the Vatican As they ore mostly old men it Is expected that the vacancies caused by their dent will no longer bo filled and thus some further saving be made in the expenses of the Vatican ndmlnistra tion Father Freddll who was tempore rily in charge of the Jesuit oraei after the death of the late Genera has positively refused to accept tin dignity of Cardinal offered him bj the Pope It is the rule of the Jesus order that Its members shall refus nil ecclesiastical dignities unless ordered by the Iope and their own General in the name of obedienc- eHEADDRESS Of the Sisters of St Vlnccn- dc Paul and Its Origin The Sisters of St Vincent de Pan have been one of the chief religion foundations in Paris since the sewn teenth century They were founder by Vincent a farmers son Franciscan friar prisoner of Tunisian pi rates friend of the great Itlchelieu and saint of the Roman calendar withal the simplest and most humblt of men He it was who founded Lf Madeleine Hospital and La liaison des lEnfant Trouves both in charge of the Sisters of Charity who adopt ed the gray Franciscan habit and in the words of the founder Qui nont point des lliuiiuotvin que im tnalsow des malades pour cellules quune chnmbre de lounge pour chnpelle que Tegllse de hour paraisse pour grille que la crainte de Dieu et pour voile quune salute et modestie however was insufficiently symbolized by their first tightfitting little white caps according to the notions of His Most Christian Majesty King Louis XIII Said the King seeing one of these Sisters pass one tiny when St Vincent was dining with him Who is that girl dire replied Vincent she is one of my daughters Tilt King tossed his napkin to the saint saying There take that and make n covering for her head It was done then and there and such a cap is worn by the Sisters to this day To this day says Mrs Jameson the institution remains one of which Christendom has most reason to be proud ORGANIZED St Michaels Comm1ndery tins Now Splendid Ladies Auxiliary St Michaels Conmanderyof the Knights of St John now boasts a splendid Ladies Auxiliary the first organized in the Falls Cities Sometime ago Major Herman Bloemer was granted authority to form the organization and the results of his work were shown last Sunnay niter noon when thirtytwo charter mem bers met at St Peters school hall Seventeenth and Southgnte streets for installation and then elected the following officer- lllrellllelltlr8 Louise Breen First Vice Presiden Mrs Cather ine Walsh Second Vice President Mrs Ida Wittenauer Secretary Miss Rose Leber Treasurer Mrs Anna Hlllerlch Guard Mrs Catherine Groppe The pastor of St Peters Rev Father Jerome Preusser was select ed as Chaplain and though not pres ent nt the meeting it is understood that the auxiliary has his consent und good will Assisting Major mOl iner at the institution and installa ion were Past Grand Secretary John Uloemer Sergeant Frank Shroeder Fred Wittenauer and Edward Tell nun This good organization of Catholic women starts off under splendid auspices and with the large field it has to draw from u should be second to none in this State The suggestion has been made that they soon give an exhibition for the entertainment of the other commanderies HAPPY NIGHT Promised For Friends and Members of Division 3 A O H The members anti friends of Di vision 3 A O II are promised a most enjoyable evening on Monday November 5 For several weeks Nfessrs John Hession Denny Cole null and Georcre Butler hove been planning for this event and the report they submitted Monday night was most satisfactory The entertainment throughout will be one of rare merit with the best of Irish music and an abundance of refresh ments The Literary Committee has personally Invited every division in the city and there is reason to expect that this complimentary social session will surpass any ever given by the order in Louisville The meeting was well attended and much business was transacted tile most important relating to the assessment Communications were read inviting Division 3to partici pate in Mackin Councils fall festl val and the bazar to be given by Di vision 1 of New Albany both of which were accepted J J Brown and Con Keleher who had been HI were reported off the sick list which was welcome news Letters of sym pathy were ordered sent to Patrick Holley and President Patrick Welsh ExCounty President Patrick Sullivan was present and made a talk that was sensible and full of good advice fbr members of the order hu LADIES DAY State Board of Hibernian Aux- iliaryI Held Session at V Paris I Covlp gton Team Confers lc I FortyIThree Women Discuss Conditions and lIap Out Work For Next Two Years GIVEN BANQUET AT FORDHAM HOTE The State I hoard of the Ladles Auxiliary of the Ancient Order o Hibernians met last Sunday and en joyed what they termed n real 111111 time They also assisted in the Initiation of fortythree ladies into the Paris auxiliary The State officers present were Miss Mary Corcoran of this city Mrs often Itytin of Cot Ington Miss Ada Conklin of Coving ton and Mrs John C smell of Paris The condition or the order Wilfully discussed mill plans very sates factory to all were adopted for State work for the coining two years Hooks and literature were delivered to the new officers and the Secre tarys report showd that all dues had been collected and bills paid tc October 190C with a handsome surplus still in the treasury There lire ndw five thriving auxiliaries in Kentucky but it is expected that this number will be doubled before the next convention which meets in Louisville two years hence The ladles from Louisville Coving ton and Newport were met by those of Paris and escorted to the Ford lipm Hotel for dinner After the business of the State Board had been transacted the Paris auxiliary met for the initiation The degree team of Covington in full regalia of white gold and green exemplified the ritual for the fortythree candi lutes and were ably assisted in the work by the Covington auxiliary choir of sixteen voices Those from Paris who had the degrees con ferred on them were Mesdames Maine Connelly Mary Connell Manic Davis Katie Dean Mary Dempsey Maggie Kelly Mollle II Lnvin Marie Lyons Margaret Sulli van Lizzie Shine Katie Mackey EllZalfeTli Schwartz Kate Bryan Julia Burke Katie Blake Mollie Por ter Misses Julia Boyle Mary Calla ban Annie Kelly Mary Lenihan Lizzie Lenihan Katie Lenihan Mol lie Lavin Theresa McDermott Nellie Schwartz Margaret Toolin Julia McCarthy Margaret Woods Mary Kelly Anna Sageser Maude Tobin Katie Burke Katie Kane Mary Shea Teresa McGuire After the initiation there was a short social session with addresses by Misses Mary Corcoran Mary Leni han and Margaret Toolen of Paris and vocal selections by Misses Ada Conklin and Mary Corcoran In the evening the visitors were tendered n banquet at the Fordham and later were escorted to their trains by the Hibernians of the city Miss Cor coran remained over ill the guest of Mrs Maria Lyons and when seen upon her return she said- I have never witnessed anything so impressive ns was this initiation Three of the degrees were very im posing unit much like a religious ceremony You can ask the ladles of Paris about the fourth degree There were three County Presidents present Misst Mary Lenihan of Purls Miss Hannah Murphy of Coy ington and Miss Katherine Bradley of Newport It was ladies day in Paris The delegation from Covington in cluded Mesdames Ellen Ryan Nora Meyer Lizzie Morris Julia Lyons Mary Ryan OCojjnor McDonald Kinsley Maloney nil Misses Ada Conklin Hannah murphy Lula Mur Thy Anna OConnor Anna McDon ourh Catherine Cushbig L Dowling Mary Murray Nora Butler Julia Corby Anna Mullaly Mary Doyle mail Alice Doyle Newport sent Mes dames Swinbourne and Maggie Drown and Misses Catherine Brad ley and Sallie Moran and Miss Julia Kelly represented Cincinnati HURT AT RINK While skating at the Coliseum rink last Friday night Miss Henrietta Kaiser sustained injuries that will confine her to her home for sometime The floor was well filled with skaters and while making a turn Miss Kaiser was run into by some unknown person She fell heavily on the lard floor and the shock was so great that she had to be assisted to her feet She was at one removed to her IIIe on Fifth street and a physician summoned who discovered tIiat the young lady lad suffered a fracture of the arm nt the wrist The injured member was set and Miss Kaiser is doing ns well as could be expected under the circumstances KNIOHTS ENJOY SMOKER Many of the members of the Cath pile Knights of America enjoyed the smoker given by Branch C42 at St Michaels Hall on WednesdaynIght Company A of the Uniform Rank under command of Capt Gus Kane was present in full force and added much toward making the affair successful The visitors were welcomed by President Harry Veeriemari and responses were made by ColJoe McGinn and Capt Ous Kane lieside the Central Committee nearly till the branches in the city were represent cd So Interestingwns the smoke that tills feature may be taken up by the other branches during the winter Such affairs bring the mem hers together and awaken renewed Interest in the rde- rVISTORS From Phil Sheridan Council Will Be Guests of Trinity Trinity Council Y M L held fits regular meeting Monday evening with President Martin in the dint and elected William LucJ ttls Second Vice President fur the balance of the year and also recommende1 Joseph Dawson for Deputy Grand President A letter of condolence was sent to Paul Henry sympathii ing with him on the death of his father and a letter of thanks was written to Frank E Walters for his generosity in donating refreshment at last weeks meeting Frank Pit son of the entertainment committee stated that they would have n report of the recent festival and mlnstvi howol1 next Monday evening President Martin announced that a delegation of visitors from Phi Sheridan Council of Bellevue would be here tomorrow and would hue n bowling team to contest with Tri Ity Councils team at Grotes alley in the afternoon and hoped that a great ninny of the members would bt present to help entertni the visitors Charles Zehndcr of Nashville n former member of the council sent his best regards to all anil stated that he would help President Martin to organize a council in that town RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Theresa Glaser the thirteen yearola daughter of Mrs Mary Twentysixth street took place Wednesday morning iron the Cnurch of Our Lady in Portland Rev Father Conniff was time cele brunt of the mass of requiem and at the end of the services preached a most sympathetic and feeling ser 111011The funeral of Cecilia Tivnan be loved wife of 1eter Tivnan 1525 Payne street took place Sunday af ternoon from St Aloysius church Deceased had been ill for some time and Thursday a change for the worse took place I from which she did not recover Mrs Tivnan was a good Christian woman and her death is keenly felt by her family and friendso After a long illness Mrs Hannah Collins succumbed Monday to a com plieiitloirofrtlsedKi from her home 925 Dumesnll street She was the wife of Dennis Collins and is sur rived by several children for whom there is widespread sympathy The funeral took place Wednesday morning from St Williams church llev Denis Murphy officiating nt the sol emn services Charles Cavanaugh whose serious illness had been previously noticed died Sunday morning after undergo ing an operation being too weak to withstand the shock For years he was employed in the L N shops and was popular with his fellowem plo es A wife and two children are left to mourn his death Tile funeral took place Tuesday morning from St Williams church and was largely attended by members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians std Woodmen of the World Frank L Hains son of John and tfnry Hains 510 Eighteenth street HngeriJFiislon 1 A O II and was held in greabeleaementwhom a wide circle of friends feel the deepest sympathy The funeral ook place Thursday morning from St Patricks church and was under the auspices of the officers and members of Division 1 The death of Mrs Margaret Gatto the venerable mother of Lawrence 3atto and Mrs Jennie Luvlsi caused ai feeling of profound gloom to pervade Italian circles last Sunday in this city With her late husband she came to Louisville nearly a half cen ury ago and has since made her home here She was a devout Coth ilk very charitable and esteemed bjy a wide circle of friends and tic uaintances The funeral took place Wednesday morning from the Cathedral with high mass of re- quIem for the repose of her soul Patrick Hyland one of the oldest mem ers of the Sacred Heart church congregation and for many years in the grocery business at Twelfth and Delaware passed quietly away Sat inlay morning after a lingering ill less largely due to grief over deaths In his family One by one his four children were summoned and with the death of the last two months ago hIs health and spirits broke arid he Palled rapidly The deceased leaves only his aged wife Mrs Margaret flyland Tuesday morning the funeral took place from the Sacred Heart church CATHOLIC MOTHER An unworthy son may prove recre int to his mothers love and to the any teaching of the fireside But some day the memory of that mother call rise before him and stand there until the tears come to his eyes and prayers to his lips At such a time he would give nil that he line gained through disobedience to be just like her There is no faith like the faith of a Catholic mother and there are few influences that will arrest the waywardness of men like the reraem range of herIJ J 0- I n 6 JUDGE HAGER Had a Record That Commends Him To All Classes of People What His Scrupulous Honest and Wisdom Have Done For Kentucky Possesses All Qualifications Necessary For First Glass Executive SHOULD BE OUR NEXT GOVERNOR Judge Samuel W Hagar who it Aires to the distinguished honor tof being Oovernor of Kentucky through the medium of a Democratic nomina tion which is equivalent to an etc tion is a Democrat among Demo crate horn in Johnson county Iin Eastern Kentucky in n hotbed of Republicanism he early took Issue with the radical element in thn county and berorp he attained his majority stumped the district for his party He is a strong man iin Eastern Kentucky even the Republic cols conceding JIll sterling integrit and distinguished ability as a lawyer When a very young man Samuel wl Hager was elected County Judge of Boyd county which position he fine with eminent satisfaction to the members of the bar the litigants and taxpayers He was very popular in the county and his friends insist ed that he should make the race fill the office of Treasurer of State on the Goebel ticket He was triumph arty elected and served a term of four years He handled the States money with scrupulous honesty niul wisdom and when he left the office the finances of the State were in splendid condition He was then re added as a very strong man all over the State std was invited to take n higher office- Judge linger was nominated for Auditor at the last Democratic con tention and was elected by the people by one of the largest majorities tIver given a candidate for that of ice How well he fills the office of- Audltorls know to everybody The office is conducted in n systematic lUisinesslike manner and all tax payers are treated alike The State Inspector has often complimented the Auditor for the manner jn which the business has been conducted Judge Hager now aspires to secure the Governorship His friends be levee he is entitled to the nomina ion on account of his services to the party and they further believe that he would snake the strongest race before the people at the coming lection in November Judge linger often visits Louisville ile is not what might be called n rood mixer He Is a matteroffact man who attends to business before pleasure He is acquainted with a urge number of people but not with nil the Democrats in the van nis districts His friends are asking that the vote of Louisville be given to him on the ground that if elected he will favor Louisville and will not lo any net that will jeopardise her nterests His friends invite nn in ipection of his political and personal ecord between now and election lay so that when they go to the oils they may be able to vote for the man whom they believe will make the best race before the people and the best Governor of Kentucky They jelleve Judge Samuel W linger is hat man SISTERS BAZAR Everything is moving smoothly for the bazar to be given next month for the benefit of the Sisters of the lood Shepherd on Eighth street tfen and women from the various mrlshps have been holding meetings to outline plans and select commits and workers and feel elated over the interest manifested The pro framme that is being arranged is an nteresting one and when completed will be given in these columns In the churches last Sunday the pastors ailed special attention to the great work of the good Sisters and their iced of assistance and there should be n generous response to their ap cal KILLED WHILE PLAYING Charles Popp the sevenyearold son of Frederick Popp the retired grocer living at 1948 Cedar street net With a fatal accident Tuesday morning The lad was playing In lies fathers storeroom and while swIng- ing on a counter it overturned and fractured his skull Ills mother heard his cry and rushed to his aid but her son was unconscious and beyond mman aid Ills funeral took place iVednesday afternoon from St Charles church Rev Father Raffo officiating at the sad obsequies IRISH SEA TUNNEL Following the example set by New York in building tunnels under the Ivers for railroad purposes the Irltish Parliament will at the begin lag of the new session pass upon a plan of connecting Ireland and cotland by means of a submarine tunnel built from Larne in Ireland to the bay of Blackshod the nearest points between the two coasts The V enterprise will cost 70000000 at least and it is thought that at enst thirteen years will be required flits completion The importance of the new tunnel Is such that the money Invested in its construction will be refunded by Its profits in a tent year owing to the addition facility of shipping merchandise to Japan and the Orient by the Canadian route ASHLAND Hibernians Hold County Con vention and Election oF Officers The Hibernians of Boyd count held their annual county convcntio at Ashland with an unusually large number of the members present Alter the reading of reports that showed the order in good condition the following county officers were elected to serve for the next two eursIrellhlcntThomas11ownrd Sr SecrySecretary Treasurer John P Howard 111 a letter County President Howard says Your Kentucky Irisli American conies regularly with lotf of encouraging news for the Ancient Order of Hibernians I hope and trust that by your assistance and the assistance of our State officer and all concerned we will double 1in membership during the coming two years There is nothing that would give me more pleasure except Eng land in n blaze or Ireland as she ought to be The members at Ashland are 1c king 1 forward to a visit from Plate President Butler who conlainplit c making the rounds of all the divisions in Kentucky USEFUL CAREER Full of Years and Honor Mich ael Doherty Passes Away Sad indeed was the news received here last Sunday evening for it told that Michael Dohertyone of New Albanys oldest and most highlyes teemed citizens had been called to his eternal reward Almost everybody on tint side of the river knew and loved him Mr Doherty was horn in Donegal Ireland eightyfour years ago but clime to America when n young man For the past fiftyeight years lie resided in New Albany where he held matt places af trust and honor He was a life long Democrat and served many terms as a member of the New Al uany Common Council and as Street Commissioner His aged wife died many years ago and he Is survived by five children Miss Mary Doherty mind Mrs Edward Fitzpatrick of New Albany Joseph Donerty Auditor of the Chicago Indianapolis Louis ville Railway Company Chicago John Doherty civil engineer in the service of the Motion and James Iolmertyof the Bbomington Stone Lompany Bloomington The funeral took place Tuesday morning from Holy Trinity church and was one of the largest seen in New Albany for many years people of all stations in life attending to show their feelings uf respect Rev Charles Curran of ficiated at the high mass of requiem and preached the funeral sermon The various Catholic societies attend ed the solemn services and escorted the remains to their resting place in Holy Trinity cemetery BIG TURN OUT When Ladles Auxiliary Took Possession of New Quarters There was a big turn out of mem era of the Hibernian Ladies Aux liary Wednesday night when they ook possession of their new quar1 ers at Seventeenth and Main strets hey found the hall elegantly fur ilshd and complete in its appointments and after the inspection all resent expressed approval of time change Mss Mary Sheridan presided and innounced that another application for membership had been received The business was largely routine the feature being the visit of Messrs John Hession State President George Butler and County Secretary Denny tolcmnn who in puppy manner in lted the Indies to the social session of Division 3 on November 5 ivltli the assurance that they would re clue a hearty Hibernian wele line ind spend n pleasant evening The InvitaUon was accepted together with one to visit Mackin Councils filII festival next week Miss Mary Corcoran State President reported the proceedings of the State Board meeting and the nig initiation held mat Sunday at Paris GAME WORKED HERE A man giving his name as J I- Tate of 37ll Ellis avenue Chicago who says he is a member of a prom- Inent Louisville family was held to the Chicago Criminal Court Just Fri lay by Justice Charlton on charges of obtaining money by false pretenses Tates method of obtaining money it is alleged was to repre sent himself as authorized to publish Zatholio church calendars of the Chicago churches Several prominent Nathalie business men of the South Side Catholic parishes are said to are subscribed This is an old fame anti was worked here for soy eral years until exposed by the Kentucky Irish American r OPENS MONDAY Blaelcin Councils Fall Festival Will Present Many- Attractions Six Popular Ladies Engage It Interesting and Spirited I Contest Thursday Will Bo Occrsion Visit From Catholic- Societies J THE PROGRAMME FOR THE Mnckin Councils fall festival Ij which there Is a general micros throughout the city will open Mom day night at the club house on Two tysixth street with a lecture on lyt land and stereopticon views of thj principalI places of Interest in j1 Emerald Isle as the special team for the evening The twenty gentlemen who have been nu time arrangements for this fall f vat with which it is hoped to out the small debt still existing the fine building and grounds Mackin Council have left nothing i done that would add to the intefesi of any evening or the entertainment of those who attend During the past week there were frequent meet ings of the numerous subcommittees and at each the reports received in dicate that the festival will be aII complete success The ticket selling contest which is being herd fought and in which a fine piano and five other valuable prizes are offered Is attracting much attention as the friends of the young ladies in the race are waging a red hot campaign for heir favorles The contestants are Misses Loraine PInnnery Florence Cast Hattie Hoffman Mary Glenn Jennie Don nelly and Mrs Mary Bruder Their race will close next Friday night at 10 oclock and as each is so confident of winning it would be out of place to now predict the result speinl patronll dance of refreshments served under the direction of ChainMan Ilea Sanll who will he nsslsfcnm II Cooper andn number of popular oung ladles including Misses ifnyme Cooper Mayme Shafer thyme Otto and Mesdames Hester and Burke Thursday night has been set apart as fraternal night mad the nanny responses from or ganizations promising to attend that light promise to tax the hall to its itmost capacity The Knights of UolumbuH Hibernians Catholic a givenheartyeveningdensantThe fancy work booth promises to surpass anything pf its kind at tempted here the committee and tidies having received donations of ancy work from New Orleans Texas and in fact from every starter of the United States This booth will be in charge of F G- 1leln who will be nsslted by many harming maids and matronsa chargeflaity Cleo Charlton Mary Rieger ltd Eva Raidytrill be one of the eatures It will be decorated in Tapanese style and many handsome irtlcles in willow and Japanese ware vlll be displayed From inside ources it is learned that a number of surprises will be sprung nt this moth The thirteenth anniversary booth which will be conducted by R M FIsher anil the sixty members initlJ ted last month will be one of ihe eadlng features Numerous and lovel features will be exhibited lucre j 1 1Iythls hustling bunch and they will 1 prizesTheantes F Shelley Chairman Charles S llaidy Secretary and Thomas D Hups Treasurer There are eight followingChairmen eiffer John E umphrey Frank 0 vleln Mal Shaughnessy Gus Weber tobert L Fisher and John E Carr For each night after Monday there vlll be three turns in the large hall Tuesday night Patrick King will appear as the Irish philosplver and he is sure to amuse the audience Tames J Carroll will render one of his inimitable recitations to be fol owed by a musical selection + Wednesday the Mooney twins who have pleased large and critical audIences will appear in one of their informing song and dance specialities appenrIIII f The programme for Thursday which has been designated fraternal light is an excellent one and in iludes J J FlynnI whose monologue turn will keep Ills hearers roaring with laughter Bernard Reckten vuld will appear in n musical comedy orgnnlstIt ber of piano selections No chance book will be allowed rid the dunning system that makeR most bazars so disagreeable vill not be tolerates U M Mul lily the tailor has donated td the hirteenth anniversary booth a suit ofr clothes valued nt 60 fJrwhtih there will on a great struggle Tlie prizes will be on exhibition at the liffercnt booths and there will be lots of music all the time The I wards of prizes will be made Sat r lay night when the largest crowd of the week is expected I of rJu 8 7 h c r K r dLNrUcX c Y IRISFJ Ai RICAN KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN M1111IIMI1111IIM B Toted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americana KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS x WUBSCRIPT10N PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Huterod at tho Louisville Postofflco as Second Cless Hatter AdditiiiH COlllmanlcallons to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 3Z6 West keen Street UNION TPADES L4aEL COUNCIL IDISVILLJS KY 1111 SATURDAY OCTOBER 20 1906 PLEASE TAKE NOTICE If your subscription is due to the IjtucKy Irish American why not t to us at once We are carry usands of small accounts and i assist materially by sending ount due on your subscription NTt LENT AND SENSE We believe that Senator McCrcarj Ill be reelected to the United tates Senate by 25000 majority nnll mt the cityof Louisville and Jeffer n county will contribute not les tin 0000 majority of this splendic ti This is as it should be Nt d reason huH been adduced bj ator McCrenrys opponent for de ting him On the other hand re arc several prominent reason y McCreary should be returned ae Legislature last winter electee Judge Paynter as one of Kentucky Senators We think well of tin Tudgt but he is untried and without experience and it is the more im portnnt now to have in one of our Senators a man of experience itl1 of the intrlcatit iv broad knowledge affairs involved in that position There are but few members of the Senate that rank higher in point ol efficiency and influence than Sena tor McCreary and there are none to outrank him in the estimation IIn which he is held both at Washing ton and at home for probity and Integrity To substitute our young and inexperienced Governor for 1 man of our present Senators force and reach would be to commit a mistake that Kentucky has not beet guilty of in the past and is not likely to fall into now It has been the custom of the Ken tucky electorate when a man 111l prove hlmJelf honest and efficient J enuorSe him Senator McCreary n has been honest He has been effi dent and industrious The most trivial want of his humblest con stituent has received the same prompt and courteous attention as lias been accorded the wealthy and distinguished There Is not n more consistent and indefagltablo worker in all Washington nnd we think that he asks but his just dues in this request of another term It will be the last opportunity of tIle people to show n faithful public servant their confidence and retard ns Senator McCreary has announced that should he be reelected it would be his last public service Mr Eeckham has been Governor seven years To no man more than his present opponent is he more in t debted for it was Senator Me Crearys tact adroitness nnd influ ence more than anything else that elected Beckham six years ago We recall very well that some two years ago Mr Beckham went before the people of this State and pleaded for an endorsement Mr McCreary again assisted him But now when Mr McCreary asks nn endorsement there t is brit one man to deny and that the man who has always been the beneficiary of McCrenrys following and support The people of Kentucky are whole souletl and warmhearted they are also longheaded and practical They believe In fair play and we doubt not that In this issue their hearts and heads are ty tyunited and that their sentiment and good sense will unite in returning Mr McCreary by an overwhelming vote to the Senate 3 ENGLANDS DUPLICITY Cablegrams announce that through out Europe but especially in Germany unbounded amazement has been created by revelations regarding the secret building of three huge battleships for the British navy It has been so unusual hitherto for the naval authorities oft Great Britain to keep anything up their sleeve that their new policy of reticence isre garded with surprise It may be remembered that a storm of indigna lion was created throughout the country at a suggestion of building only one of the new proposed Dreadnoughts Consequently the sensation was intense when it trans pired that three mysterious armored rulers approaching completion on n the Clyde and at Elsick which are too far advanced tp preserve the secret any longer are notcruisers at mil bat battleshipsevery bit as jHjwerfJl as those of the Dread nought type and a great deal faster Berlin dispatches how story Intense is the German surprise and newspaper comments betray consid eriibic chagrin Is thli they de t Britain tgetq the example went t Three 0 j more Dreadnoughts are to be built next year and thus by the time a single orelgn rival takes the watt Great Britain will have at leas seven ready to meet it England iis- IS treacherous today as nt any time in her dark history and Americans wjll readily see that any nlllanc with her would prove fatal Her du pllclty is too transparent to deccivi any but the pro Britlsh without whom we can well get along The initial number of the Colum blnn Free Lance has reached our I I publicIadvances seems certain of tion Bright crisp and well edited it reflects much credit upon the students of Columbian College nt Owensboro by whom It Is published and we predict that before long iit I ourIpages spirit pro dress tint marks our new Catholl seat of learning in Kentucky In one of our afternoon paper last Saturday we were again told that mass would be celebrated in the afternoon This would not be greatly surprising did not the item appeal in the Catholic news column Another mistake of the printer mos likelyEvery well wisher of Louisvill should vote for the sewer bond issue The city needs more sewers badly mill the greatest benefit will be con ferred on the working people Net sewers mean better health and bet ter times for our people Maxim Gorky the Russian agi tutor sailed Saturday for Europe Ills reception In benighted and moneymad America was most dis appointing but serves as n valuable lesson to his class for which tin people of this country have neither respect nor use Upon all sides are heard kin words for Congressman Swagai Shcrlcy and the only point in doub is ns to the size of his majority The best people of the city and county arc flocking to his suppo- rtAMUSEMENTS The management of the Masonii is preparing for a busy tune nil of next weekI George Sidney will be the star at that playhouse and wil be seen In his latest laughing edition entitled Uusy Izzys Vacation Sidney is a favorite here and is sure to have good patronage The first half of next week will bring one of Louisvilles genuine fa Torites to MncauleyH Lawrenc DOrsay comes in his new play The especlnl1yforwhich Is said to fit him like a glove The last half of the week will set the ever bright tuneful and welcome musical comedy Prince of Pllsen as the offering The Bohemian Burlesquer one of the strongest aggregations of vaude Mlle talent to visit this city will be next weeks offering at the Bucking ham In conjunction there will be picturts this theater This great bill sliould make next week one of record freaking proportions The pictures and show are both good The Hopkins bill next week has the Four Avolos xylophonlsts of wide reputation as the stars Dillon Brothers song writers and singers and Lina Pantzer a trapeze artist are among the entertainers Charles Sierra will produce a novelty and Murray K 11111 comes with a mon Duffyinbe worth witnessing while there Iis to be a circus act In Fred Galettls monkeys MEETS VIOLENT DEATH Michael Klhg employed by the joulnville Gas Company fell through ni coal chute in the coke department of the company at Jackson and Washington streets and was killed almost Instantly by breaking his neck Wednesday afternoon lie had been working in the coke depart rent and slipping on the floor he feU through the chute to the ground a distance of eighteen feet King was thirtythree years old and lived at GOB Fulton street lie is survived by a widow and pne brother Peter- Ing Two of the brothers met violent deaths James King broke his leek about six months ago while working on a towboat in the canal A rope attached to the towboat on which James King was working napped and Boiling about the mans neck broke It and killed him in tautly Two years ago George King mother brother was killed by being uinned Eeneath a heavy block of Iron at the Ewaln Iron Company where he was employ u The funeral servIcep over the body were held yeaterday Tornlng at St abate church Il ONLY A BABY Only n baby sweet nnd fair With a mass of softest golden Imlr A laughing mouth a dimpled chin A heart that is pure ns snow within Sent from the realms of heave above To bask In the joy of a mothers loe Only n baby who claims your care Your dally toll and evening prayer A little soul to train aright A heart to learn the meaning 01 right Two little feet to romp and play For thee to snide in the narrow way Only a baby but ohlI so dear That the heart Is chilled with the awful fear That the little one may go before And tread the paths where It trod of yore Before It left its rest above To bask In the joy of a mothers love Only a baby n little child By turns wilful weak and wild lInt dearly beloved despite iHII pranks And the care bestowed without wor1 of thanks For the baby dwells in the mother heart And not even death the bond can partWomans Lift C9is9fsA Gl CRw 1G9C96 i SOGIETY i John ililliguii anti wife have bee spending several days In Frankfor Mr and Mrs Wyblu Mapother have returned from a short trip to Sew York Patrick Hohanium of Fraiikfor spent Tuesday in this city siting friendsMrs John Gorman of South Louii vile land Miss Kate Gallagher of Cincinnati as her guest during the week Mrs Frank Wybrant spent the week ns the guest of Mr mid Mn Joe App at Hose Cottuge in lark view Mrs Edward McDermott returns the first of the week from a brit visit to her sister Mrs Ilogers Bar of Lexington Miss Lydia Stickler returnal Icrrne Mondnrl from Lexington where r hl vlsitCV Mrs Robert Welch and Mn Andrew Hickey Mrs J P Xoonnn who was lien an the guest of Mrs J Trice Wil Hams returned Saturday to her home In Frankfort Miss Margaret Malone is expectei to return today to her home in the Highlands nfter a lengthy stay at Lookout Mountain Venn Mrs Ellen Biley and Mrs lugh Williams of Owensboro arrived iIn the city Monday to visit Mrs Willian T MeAtee 510 West Oak street Miss Hose Salendcr who was the charming guest of Mrs Michne Kearns 3222 Third avenue has returned to her home in Frankfort Patrick Campbell a prnmlnen resident of Indianapolis spent the iirst of the week here as the gues f Messrs Tames and Peter Cnntn Miss Lou Hopkins a prominent figure in St Louis society circles was this week the guest of Misi Anita Muldoon at her home In the HighlandsMiss Mackev of 1001 Grif fiths avenue has returned home from a most delightful ten weeks visit with friends and relatives at Buffalo and Niagara Falls Mrs Will Whittys friends were glad to see her out again after an illness of typhoid fever that con fined her to her home on West Madi son street for eleven weeks Misses Monica and Mary Sheerin who have been the guests of their grandfather Daniel E Doherty 121 West Ormsby avenue have returned to their home in Indianapolis Miss Bridgie Iliordan entertained nt euchre Monday evening at her home on Bank street The prizes were handsome and her many guest enjoyed a most pleasant evening Martin JIibblta former well known resident of this city but now of Indianapolis was here this week to attend the llinesPurcell wedding He now holds a responsib c position with the Indianapolis Traction Com pan Miss Eva Horn and tiny Smith were the principals at a pretty wedding solemnized Wednesday afternoon at Holy Trinity church in Xew Albany where theyare widely cnojvn and have a large circle of friends Mr and Mrs William J Chawk amI children who have been located at Memphis for the past six months mired here Sunday on a visit and to be present at the PurcellIIines nuptials on Wednesday Mrs Chawk icing n sister of the bride Miss Mary Agnes Wolfe enter tined a number of her friends with I euchre party that was greatly en oycd After the favors had been yarded there was a pleasant hour levoted to vocal and instrumental elections and dainty refreshments Misses Elizabeth anti Eva Lutke neier and Rose Salender of Franf fort visited the family of M E J earns 3332 Third avenue last eels apt returned home on Sunday They arel three charming girls and nadc many new friends during heir short stay here Charles E Enlow of Jeffersonvllle ind Miss Margaret Ryan of New Al imny were united in manage Tiiei lav night at thin rectory of IIolv Wnlty church Rev Charles Cumin erformlng ihe ceremony The room is employed atth Govern nent depot In Jeffersontllle Charles A Welch anti hiss Emma agner well known young1 people of few Albany were married Tuesday mornIng with a nuptial maw UtStf- cryA church The Mrcmpny wa- aj4iL u performed by Kev Father Borrle and was witnessed by a large number of friends of the happy couple The marriage of Miss Anna f Ruhl and Karl J Melchoir will 1 be solemnized Wednesday morning wJlh n nuptial mass nt St Bonifac church at 0 oclock The brldeelcc Is the charming daughter of Mr al1l1 groomisthe evening there will DO a reception from 7 to 11 oclock at the home of the brides parents C22 Hancocl street fhe happy couple will nt once go to housekeeping nt 735 Eas Walnut street where they have fur nishcd n nice and cosy home LAID TO REST Mrs Ellen Holley Released From tier Eerthly Suffering The congregation of St Charles Borromeo amt Catholics throughoUt the city generally were saddencc deeply Inst Saturday morning when it became known that Mrs Ellei Hollcy the beloved wife of Pntricl Holley was dead Few women wet better known s r more highly respected and though she hind been a long and patient suiierer from hear trouble and the end was not whollj unexpected the news was a shoe to the friends of the family Mrs Holley was born at Mallow County Cork Ireland but came tto America when a mere child Tin greater part of her life was spent in this city and was devoted to tin welfare of her family and to man works of charity Besides her bus band she is survived by Messrs Wil Liam awl Michael Holley both with the Louisville and Nashville and Mrs Charles lUeger While the remain lay in the hone on West Walnu street there was a constant stream of people who came to offer condolence to the surviving relatives nnd take n lost look at their departe friend The funeral occurred Sundaj afternoon from St Charles church and nt the conclusion of the solemi services the Kev Charles Knffo spoki of the noble life Mrs Holley had led and his words brought tears to man eyes A large cortege of carriages followed the remains to St Loral cemetery where they were laid awn to awit the resurrection Now thin her earthly sufferings are ended may JIll soul enjoy eternal peace WATCHED William Chester of Haldeman act nue received a surprise stag pnrtr this past week which completelj dazed him ns without giving hlir but a few minutes notice to regal his composure they presented hlir with a handsome Elgin movement gold watch the presentation speakei stating that they hoped Will would always be the mainspring or tile whole works in whatever case or situation lie hind to face and thin no one would ever try to hand til to him for a second but felt con fident he would be able to fix their clocku any time The speaker closed by saying that they would con lime to keep hwatch on him Supper and liquid refreshments were served anti a general good time was had until the wee sma hours PURCELLHINES WEDDING Time marriage of Miss Gertrude Iurcell and Dennis J nines tool place at the Church of the Blesset Sacrament Wednesday morning with a nuptial mass said bv Rev Fnthe OSullivaii who also Iperformed tin marriage ceremony Miss Kntherlm Hines acted as bridesmaid and Jos eph Tarpey as groomsman wIllie Thomas Keeley and John Hagar served as ushers After the cere mony a wedding brenktattt was served at the residence of the bride coupleleftEastern cities On their return they will be at home to their friends at 1100 Seventh street FOOTBALL St Marys College in Marion county is after football honors and has arranged for games with several of the strongest tennis in the State to be played at Lebanon The first game will be played this afternoon when the collei3 boys will have for their opponents the fast anti sturdy of this city Coah Hannifin who Manual Training High School eleven has charge of the college eleven is much pleased with the team he has gotten together which is said to be decidedly the strongest St Marys has ever put on the field CROWDED NIGHTLY The Phoenix Hill Skating rink continues in favor and is thronged every night with skaters from all parts of the city A great drawing card is the obstacle races that have been introduced at this rjnk An nbility to climb ladders skate through barrels walk over ropes etc is the only requisite and as very entry has absolutely the same chance of winning there is no eX- port to scare out novices They fur nish much amusement for the spec tators as wen as skaters DIES OP OLD AOE Michael Henry aged seventysix ears old died at the famiby home 333 East Gray street at 0 oclock Sunday night Mr Henry had lived in Louisville for many years and was particularly well known in the Bast End The widow and seven children sun ve Funeral services were held in St Pauls church Wed icsday morning at 0 oclock nnd the burial was in St Louis cemetery GOES HOME TODAY James P llanley a prominent business man of Frankfort and well known In this city who two weeks ago und CfW llta surgical operation at St Josephs Infirmary pas made apld progress toward reccfrery during the paatfew das and it Is ex will be ableVto leavetoted that be for life home tills afternooIII 0 MACKIN CDUNCll fAll fESTIVAl Week Commencing Monday Night Oct 22 to 27 ILLUSTRATED LECTURE ON IRELAND Opening night and an attractive programme each succeedingnight Come and sPenda pleasant evening f I STRICT RULES I III Will Hereafter Govern time Admission of Visitors to I Papal Palace Recent Investigations Keven Commission of Numerous- Thefts New Entrance to Museum and Galleries Has Been Provided ISOLATE POPE PROS OUTSIDE WORLD Because the investigation mule by the head of the Vatican police by direct order of the Pope revealed the fact that thefts had been com witted in the Vatican gardens with in time past few months it has now been arranged that the battalion of Papal gendurmes be increased In number so as to make possible the patrolling of the immense gardens both day and night Other strict measures of precau lion have been adopted regarding the admission of stranger within the Vatican inclosure Formerly tit was sufficient for anyone wishing to obtain access to the Vatican to present ones self to the bronze portals and mention to the Swiss on sentry duty within the doors the name of some one of the prelates dwelling In the Vatican whom he wished to see on social or church business Tills has now nil been changedMore Swiss guards and nn extra officer have now been detailed for sentry duty and everyone wishing to enter the palace must not only clearly state Ills buiiiness but nisi bin name and address which infor mation is written down on a special register If the explanation proves satisfactory to the Swiss officer on guard the visitor Is then escorted by a Papal gendarme to the apart ment he wants to visit and when he Is ready to depart the same gen darme escorts him back to the bronze portals Xo one is allowed to delay in the Court of St Damaso or anywhere on the great staircase lending to the Papal apartments amideven the members of the families of Vatican employes arc no longer allowed to go from one part of the palace to the other without the escort of a gendarme Only the carriages of Cardinals and diplomatic envoys are permitted o enter the inner court of the Vatican and even before they are admitted to the great gate in the rear of the palace the carriage is stopped by the Swiss sentries and its occupants closely scrutinized or questioned unless they happen to be personally known to the officer on duty It is very seldom that permits are Viow granted to visit the Vatican gardens or the private apartments of the palace because Pius X ills likes very much to meet with stran gers during his daily promenades through the gardens or the Vatican halls An additional entrance to the mu lIe mR and galleries has been prodded for visitors near the carriage entrance of the palace and no ones allowed to enter the palace proper I from that direction Formerly vis tars to the museum and galleries were allowed to enter thhrough the bronze portals and thus many of them found occasion to slip unob served past the guards anti wander nt will through the palace These measures of precaution which are the strictest ever adopted at the Vatican have excited comment fn ecclesiastical circles in thisI city because sonic people see In them another attempt to further Isolate the Pope from contact with the outside world Old friends of the toms have been refused anaudience notwithstanding the fact that they made application for it several times Even the Popes own sisters have been warned not to give the Pope unnecessary annoyance and while formerly they willingly carried to their brother written complaints or petitions from their friends now they absolutely refuse to do such fa ors army longer SCHOOL TRUSTEE CUSICK fhe parents of children attending school in the new Ninetysixth Legis lathe district are congratulating hemselves upon the nomination of Martin J Cusick and Clarence Pope for School Trustees Doth are well known in business and social circles and are in every way qualified for thc position Mr Cusick has always lived in the West End and his selection will add strength to the Demo cratic ticket LOUISVILLE EXPOSITION Chairman Macdonald and the Com nerctal Club Publicity and Promotion Committee are making splendid irogress with the exposition to be held here next March At the meet ing Wednesday afternoon the Ar cry was selected which wilt give 0000 square feet of space for exhibits A contract will be closed with Ireatore for the mynlo anti the JtP ectiifi viloonssI JAMES B McCREARY CANDIDATE FOR REELECTION TO THE Senate of the United States Subject to the Action of the Democratic Primary Nov 0 1900 VOTE FOR McCREARY WHOSE NAME IS LAST ON THE BALLOT 1906 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1906 VOTE FOR SWAGAR SHERLEYDEMOCRATIC NOMINEE F- ORCONGRESSFifth Kentucky Dist- rictDONT FAIL TO VOTE r FOR THE SEWER BONDS NOVEMBER ELECTION 1906 YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD BUY NOW PAY LATER Diamondss1 Watches and Jewelry on Easy Payments Diamond and Jewelry Credit Co 304 XV t 1 IEiP 1RFyI3r T A AA A S 1 HOTEL HOEMERHENRY G HOEMER Proprietor I 15 and 17 West Twelfth St CINCINNATI Parties who intend visiting Cincinnati will find here every con uptodatehotel X XII FIRSTCLASS CAFE IN CONNECTION S g e4 3 xS SSxS S 1 7 7C7ULBYSMonday Tuesday and Wednesday evenings and Wednesday matinee LAWRENCE DORSAY In The Embassy Bell Thursday Friday and Saturday evenings and Saturday matinee THE PRINCE OF PILSEN HOPKINSWeek Beginning Sunday Oct 21 HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE TWO SHOWS DAILY THE MUSICAL AVOIDS Foremost Xyolophontsts of Europe and America Dillon Bros Writers and Singers of good songs Fred Galettls Ccmedy Monkeys Murray K HI I Manufacturer 01 Sorg and Talk Goods I no Pantzer on the founding Wire fluffy Saw te Ie and Duffy in a raw Com dySketch Chas Scrra in His Statuary Kquinbristic Act Kino drome The Tom Hoys and other new views BUCKINGHAMMATINEE WEES COHllENCINQ SUNDAY OCT 21 TUB GENUINE GANSNELSON FIGHT PICTURES JN CONJUNCTION WITH THE BOHEMIAN BURLESQUERS New Phoenix Hill SKATING RINK OPEN FOR THE WINTER SEASON Largest floor space in city Perfect order No intoxicants sold on premises mmammHFif F 4 F4+ It Cumb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CREAM CO1 MANUFACTURERS OP PURE ICE CREAM AND SHERBET- We have our own dairy and ice plant and we tepuate our own cream This enables us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competl ttore 627633 EIGHTH ST it t t STOPS THE COUGH A bit of butter will stop a childs coughing when other remedies fall Mix with a little sugar ifi distasteful u DONT WAIT V but come at once and see the largest selection o- fFDRNITUBE of all kinds in the city Wra F Mayer 419 WEST MARKET ST Have Your Prescription Filled la TORIC LENSES glauclampsSouthern Optical Co of I ulsvllle Ky Inc Wholesale and Manufacturing Optician Third and Chestnut Streets Sole manufacturer of the KRYPTOK INVISI nut BIFOCAl for Kentucky All the new Winter styles and shapes can be found here at reasonable pri- cesMANHATTAN RESTAURANTA- ND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN Dpi4ND NIGHT 504 WJeffersonScteetono lJ 0- ci tl A 4 1 NTUCKY JRJSIt AMERIOAN j STRAIGHT CREEK COAL II- UU Burns better makes less ash and more heat per pound than any other bituminous coal 100 Bushels 11400 25 Bushels 350 f 100 Bushels Jellico Lump 1300 SCANLON COAL CO Incorporated Ninth and Kentucky First and P HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J Ju BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER S3S East Vain street ttD J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT jj DOUGHERTY McElLIOTT9 I Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promplly Day cr Night 1 1231 WEST MARKET STREETttt14t M M t M I I I M H H I I I I M M+ I t t t Oran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 T tt till t It t It t t It 9 t It t It It I V J E TRACY t H STRAUB 80TH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS carr STREETShortNolk and SrENCBR Bspert Accountant President IIENOS lJ MAIN tSTREETS OFPICB nounS 8T06 on BIHfKY SUNDAYS 9 TO 12 DONT YOU WANT Good Denial work done for the least money Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR H1 JCOUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH AVENUE oppJno C Lewis Co PETER M ANDRIOT E 83013H MANUFACTURERSwN N Carriage Repairing and flubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET HENRY AAlIJ I PlfLS DYER AND CLEANER LIMBS and Goats Wearing Appanl WORK GUARANTEED rkRI d1l 528 Fiftk Street I Educates Young People Z For Business Good Employment and Success t1 CALM wnrrc ron FIlL IHFOBIIATION LOUISVILLE Business College PRIVATE HOSPITALF- OR 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 MOTHfcR MARY REGINA flERCY HOSPITAL I Sparks Avenue JcifcraoavlllCj lid I Its simply a matter of intelligence if youre a wise one you will detect on first trial that our Diamond Wall Plaster is the most perfect of all good kinds Why experiment with inferior quality Kentucky Wall Plaster Co BOTH PHONES 22O7 Brook and River1 LoulsyllleI Kyr Also operating the Hoosier Wail Plas ter Plant Jeffersonville Ind Phone 505 ALBERT Tr SCHRANZ 3013b2 KY TITLE BUILDING REAL ESTATE In All Its Branches Comb Phone 643Y MONEY TO LOAN A I Y NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB I Autumn DAYS 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 CAPES ELECTION OF OFFICERS St Johns Benevolent Society Entertained by First President St Johns Benevolent Society com posed principally of men of St Vin cent de Iatils parish organized by Tohn Dodt in October 1889 with n handful of men and now with a membership of over 200 held a great reunion Thursday night when the annual election of officers took place The meeting was held in the large school hall which was filled with the members who were en thused when the reports of President TJclss and Secretary Zche were read They showed that this society pays a weekly sick benefit of 5 and 200 in case of death of a member and that the reserve fund amounts to over 3000A big vote was east and the following officers were elected President Edwnrd J Ileiss Vice PresidentHerman hlumer- sSecretaryChrist Xehe Treasurer Jacob Walser Marshal George Heitkamp After the meeting the society ad journed to Schmitts Hall where the members spent n few pleasant hours ns the guests of their first President nail enjoyed n substantial luncheon John IJoilt served eight terms ns President of this progressive organ ization old resigned only for lack of time to attend to the duties of the office The founder was rendered valuable assistance bv John Gnad inger who bears the distinction of being the youngest charter member This society has the approval of the pastors and imposes a heavy fine on any who neglect their religious du ties Many congratulations were ex tended Mesrs Dodt and Ileiss his able successor and promises made to in Ger I is also one of the promoters of this benevo- lentI society and from him it was learned that quite a number have been aided in securing nice homes and attribute much of their success to benefits bestowed upon those in membership CENTRAL COMMITTEE Contemplates Visit to Jeffer- sonville With Uniform Rank The Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America held its regular monthly meeting Friday night in St Marys Hall with Presi dent McGinn occupyiing the chair Quite a sum of money was turned into the treasury and the usual routine business was transacted Hurry Vecnemnn representing Branch 042 extended the committee an invitation to a smoker to be held by that branch Wednesday evening which was accepted After interesting talks by Police Commissioner Jack Murphy and Barney Coll of Jeffersonville and Thomas Dignan of this city Cnpt Gus Kane voluneered the services of the Uniform Hank for n reunion of the Knights of Jeffersonville that will be held in November The Central orgnnlutCatllollcpany the two companies and it iis the intention to make as much of possibleThe Committee is making arrangements for an evening in the near future for the friends of the order and as soon ns plans are completed will call a special meeting of the Catholic Knights of the city It was expected that Col Michael proceedings Board held in Chicago but because of illness he could not attend Ills report will be submitted at the next meeting CATHOLIC COURTESY Secretary and Jfrs Hoot are very enthusiastic over the welcome ac corded old the courtesies extended to them by the Catholics during their recent visit to Buenos Ayres Archbishop Soler was among the first to pay his respects to Mr Root on his arrival and Mr Hoot with a fine sense of courtesyr returned time call this being one of his last nets before leaving Buenos Ayres The result was a very amiable interview with the prelate in which the let ters Secretary Senor Doroteo Gar cia Lagos acted as interpreter It1111 also worth adding that Senors Harley Hughes and Garcia Laaro representing the ladles committee of the Catholic Club paid a complimentary call on Mrs and Miss Root NICE DISH Ilice may be cooked with cheese making a dish equal to macaroni Rail and drain the rico and place it in a guttered baking dish in alternate I layers with grated cheese Sprinkle the top thickly with breadcrumbs dot with butter moisten with milk and bake in a quick oven Try while preparing one meal to plan the text then unexpected com pany will not be a source of dls pleasure and discomfort nR CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W JiHirson SI Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All calls to day or night Carriages furnished for nil occasions 1225 W MARKET ST KATIE AGNES SMITH Independent of nil Undertakers LADY EMBALMER Washing and dressing ladies and chil dren a specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reasonable prices All calls answered promptly day or night Home phone 1077 Office 2406 Payne St dive your boys an education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the Xaverian Brothers Classical Scientific and Business Courses Preparatory De partmentLarge Swimming Pool Well Rquippe- dGymn atum Terms Moderate Bro James Dlr KNIGHTS OF CflLMBDSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where- At a meeting held on Sunday at Aberdeen fifty new candidates were initiated The Knights have now a large membership in South Dakota and they are steadily growing The two Syracuse councils are ar ranging a winter programme that will be distinctly attractive consisting of high class lectures music and other entertaining features Twenty candidates were given the first degree at Auburn on October 12 Thirtyfive new members have been received into the society since the recent opening of the new roomsi Tonight ends the three weeks en gagement of Chauncey Olcott in Eileen Ashore at McVickcrs inr Chicago mid the close will be cele brated by the Knights of Columbus who will attend the theater in a bodyThe first of the winter series of complimenary entertainments and dances to members of the Hennepm Council and their ladies was given Monday night at Minneapolis A party of 180 representing the Knights of Minneapolis and St Paul went to Mankato on Sunday to wit ness the conferring of the degrees on a large number of candidates The visitors were tendered a banquet that was greatly enjoyed Twentyone councils will participate in the Rhode Island State par ode that takes place tomorrow after noon at Providence The church services will be held at the Cathe dral where high musical vespers will be celebrated with nn augumented choir and sermon by a priest to be selected by the State Chaplain l Right Rev Mgr Thomas Dorani Upon leaving the church the line will reform and march to Infantry HallI where lunch will be served and an entertainment given in honor of the outoftown members by the ten lo cal councils with addresses by prominent I officers of the order ROBBED WINNS HOUSE Burglars broke into Matt Winns r Idence on West Broadway after ppntght Wednesday and robbed him 01 his gold watch and chain and a considerable amount of money Entrance was gained through the library I window and the work seems to be that of the same parties who have recently burglarized a numberi of residences on Broadway Chestnut Madison and other streets in that section of the city- CLOSI3 OP RACES i The New Louisville Jockey Club will close Its autumn meeting at Churchill Downs this afternoon with six races This meeting has been a pronounced success and has been conducted in mariner that gave the utmost satisfaction The events scheduled for this afternoon will brinr out good fields and every ef fort will be made to capture today prize 17 1 C tl- u r i I Meeting EIGHTEEN RACING membersllipI DROPPED effort to Set Aside Will of Late Dr John A Ouchtcrloncy By a settlement reached Tuesday afternoon between lion Edward J McDermott and Emmet Slattery and lion Augustus E Wilson counsel for the legatees and contesting rein tires the effort to set aside the will of the late Dr John A Ouchtorlony is dropped and the bequests made In the Instrument will be paid In full save the amount which is not disclosed that is paid to the contestants in the compromise The bulk of the property which was left to charity in the hands of Father Charles P Kaffo John P Malone nail John W Barr will be devoted to the csatbllshmcnt of n tuberculosis hos pital The will disposed of nn estate supposed to amount to about 100000 and went to probate October 13 1905 By its terms 21000 was given to relatives and friends in special be querts but the bulk of the property went to the trustees named to be used for charity in accordance with I the wishes expressed orally before deathThe I trustees now announce that they will carry out the desire of the imospltntforand the announcement is one that will meet with n strong response of public approval The Rev Charles P Haffo said thot nothing could yet be said by the trustees but that ns soon as matters were shaped up more definitely the public should have all time information on the sub puhHcably be attached to the Sts Mary and Elizabeth hospital and will be under the management of the Sis ters of Charity of Nazareth al though it will be in a separate build ing and will be open to all inde pendent of sect or denomination THE DATE SET MackIn Council Will Initiate a Big Class Novem ber 12 Mackln Council seems destined to have iv membership of 500 before January 1 Tuesday night when seven more members were elected and ten applications presented it was decided to hold the next initia 1 than on Tuesday November 12 when ithe degrees will be conferred on a class of nt least fifty Time count was glad to learn that 11 J Butter non and John Smith lad recovered from their illness and thtit Mike Jlrennan was improving Messrs llaidy Shelley Cuniff Sand Oahvay and Kinney spoke on ithe fall festival expressing the opinion that Mackln would probably be out of debt by the first of the year They were greatly enconr aged by the reports they had received from all sections of the city JDan Cuniff delivered a lecture that was highly entertaining and reatly enjoyed and Clarence Zook andJ Charles Cate answered the Christian doctrine questions Announcement was made of the approaching mar riage of A H Wagner and the Sec retary was instructed to write a let eongrntnlRtlons SILLY SNOBS Recently a leading West End tailor in London informed n gasping world that few Americans that can afford it and who prize style quality iand fit order their clothes anywhere else but in London This genius then goes on to blow his own horn by declaring that The cultured American is probably as well dressed in all respects as any man in Europe for almost without exception the clothes come front London Of course facts have no terrors and no charms for this sort of trade trumpeter If nil Americans who can afford to wear clothes got up by a London tailor and who prize style quality and fit ordered their out fits from Louder there would not bo tailors enough to supply the demand In place of complimenting Americans usa people the tailor only insults them from his own point of view for official figures show that not only South Americans British Indians Chileans and Dutch buy more London made clothes than the people of time United States but also the Egyp tians Americans as a rule can afford to dress well and they do so now and then one wearing clothes trade In England by way of a novelty None hut snobs however parade Lot don clothes among their fellows FOR THE EVE A good lotion for regular employ ment with the view of preventing the eye troubles common in infants consists of bolting water containing five grains of boracic acid in each ounce It is to be uses either tepid or cold Every duty which In hidden to wait returns with seven fresh duties at its back jI FRflNK FEfiR INCORIOIIATBID BREWING 60 I Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY =DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener B BREWED BY SENN ACKER- BRE ING CONdPAIOT INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 4B2 LOUX8vnLE 2PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected and hops never permitted to lea brewery until proprely agad TELEJ ONE 3 Louisville jtsrancn Jpoiirreentii and Jefferson sts Cumb Phone Haiti 1913 Home Phone 1913 T- iinWIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN F ERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BE 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY ASK FOR rd DIERSENSFINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOMIM IS FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone aopa LOUISVILLE KY HENRY HUNOLD DEAIBR IN Staple and Fancy Groceries A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a SpecialtyI Home Phone 4330 540 W WALNUT C SCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE Hams BaconPork Lard Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and Green Streets Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGE LOUIS WABNITZ 00 Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET SPECIAL REDUCED RATES VIA HENDERSON ROUTE To Denver Colorado Springs Pueblo Col San Francisco Los Angeles and San Diego EXCURSIONIATE Colonist Ratest to California Points sod GRE4T I+ NORTHWEST Date of Sale Sept 15 to Oct 31 Ask us for full full information J H Gallagher Tsar Pass ARtLIrtflnGenlFaM Agent oniirllle Ky When on the Water Wagon 9 try a bottle 4 of CocaCola Then youll- understand N tftAt all good Oars Groceries and Stands HERRMANN BROS lYPoR1JUtS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tncky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street WINES LIQUORS mARS VALS SALOONVAL Hot lunch 30to442 vv QRRIBiJI 11T aT n n D 7 4 Y e 15CI NTUOKY IRISH AJdERIOAN THE BIG STORES liENS RAIN PROOF F CRAVENETTE OVERCOATS Are Stylish Garments Guaranteed rain proof and arc suited for all kinds of weather our We have them in Grays Tans and Black We are making a special- on =S12Co- ate =for one week beginning today and ending next Friday liTHE BIG STORE p 1Market1 I MILTON M MARBLESTONE Q CO I 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 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 beans of the Cecilian Piano Player Mechanism which is built in it THE PRICE IS 650 Hmr old piano taken in exchange at a fair value We will be 1 to furnish you with complete information in regard to the o on request ENEGRO=RIEHM MUSIC COO E3r3O 1URTI VENUE JEWELRYWe are now showing the finest assortment ever en in this city Diamonds Gold Watches Rings nd Necklaces at most reasonable prices Calland ee our display of SILVERWARESuitable for Wedding and Holiday Presents Select Your Holiday Presents Now and We Will Reserve Them For You BRUNN Jeweler530 West Market Street s 88S00 C n TUB Gilds fl1 Rogers BOOK Go PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE F Give us a cal iffinestBOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OP EVERY DESCRIPTION + 434 W Jefferson Street 8ttIC BANNON I I t I I I I HofH NEW LIFEWill be put into yon these frosty mornings by a cup of our delicious and fragrant NEW BLEND COFFEE Try 2a pounds at CO cents today A coupon with each 2yi pounds New Blend purchase Here is a list of premiums which you can select from 100 Piece Dinner Set 56 coupons coupons10Plec44Pleca Tea Set 24 coupons MUULOY ToTs i HUM Pboni 1333 s1t w JVIARUCI- STIHIHHHHMlIH SrREETI1111 I 11 11 I H I I I I H+t+ I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 +1 I I I I I H I II I III 11 1 I t I i MMI1 1111 1 1 IMHHMI I 1 1 I I 1 1 I 1 101 +11 1 I H 1 1 1 1 1 NORTON GURD COFFEE GO IMPORTERS BLENDERS AND ROASTERS OF F HIGH GRADE COFFEES IMPORTERS OF FINE TEAS Office Warerooms and Mills 347 W Main- H13Ii3IIIII1i1 I I 1 1 1 I HHH+1 I i H 11 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 I II 1 I P President t I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I OUR SPECIALTY- 8Year Oldd Gleolirook Whiskey I Bottled in Bond 1 a Quart i i WM BORGMANNWINES WHISKIES AND CIGARS 214216218 SEVENTH ST JH It I Hit I H I I I II It It I It MJBANNON VlcePrei I Gen Mgr PBANNONJR Treasurer n Kentucky Vitriftod INCORPORATED Brick CD p pI IAZu2aufeot5urc re of VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS Ofto 501512 W JetfersM St Works Magwffli Are M dik and KNh II- 55JTELEPHONE ova TELEPHONE 1 b- rt un INEW FALLSUITSThe variety of styles shown by us and which are ultrafashion able is large enough to gratify any taste The fitted Coat Suits in 24 and 30inch lengths win be very popular while the semi ofittedPrince Chap the Strapped Norfolk and Short Blouse 81willbe considerably favored All of these styles are iusin a pleasing and attractive variety EtonII g 1250 11500 up to fI Womens Fall Coats 45 to 5oinch Tourist Coats will be all the rage We have them made in all th- eo new and fashionable materials o 5 00 up to 2500 iLightaweight Coats iIn Kersey and Broadcloth made in th- eo popular semifitted and looseback styles o elaborately trimmed 750 875 1000 2500to Q i jjTACONSO43 REET BET THIRD AND 00 FOURTHj IRELAND I Record of the lost Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Work is reported plentiful and wages not bad in the Bailieborough districtBlackberries are a very abundant crop this year about Kingscourt and a handsome price is being paid for themA calf with two heads was for warded from County Waterford to the Veterinary College nt Balls bridge It had four perfectly dt eloped eyes and three ears A meeting in aid of evicted ten ants troughout the parish held at Aughnamullen on Sunday October 14 was addressed by David Sheeny M P anti Denis Johnston This year a great many of the sturdy boys and girls of Kingscourt and County Cavan have left for America and it is feared a great tinny more are preparing to cross the broad Atlantic The Earl of Mayo professes him self heart and soul with time evicted tenants but at the present moment he has on his property two of this reIstoreWhile threshing or It farmer named William Connell at Clonsnul County Kilkenny William Holt who was feeding the machine got his hand mangled in such a manner that the limb had to be amputated from above the wrist A proposal is on foot to organize an industrial show at Dundalk next year At a public meeting of citi zens ft resolution was carried in fa vor of the object The Committee of Agriculture will be asked for their financial sunnort It is stated that the amount prom ised by the Most Ilev Dr ODwyer Bishop of Limerick toward the erection of n consumptive sani tarium is I25QO instead of 10000 and that time lady referred to ns con tributing an additional 3000 is Mrs Vere OUrlen The death is announced of Lady Rose Taft widow of the lute Sir Peter Tait who in the sixties was three times Mayor of Limerick De ceased was the daughter of the late William Abraham of Fort Prospect and was n sister of William Abru ham M P or North East Cork A verdict of found drowned was returned nt an inquest held by Peter M P Coroner for South Wexford on Phillip Devcreux a respectable farmer aped fiftyeight of liallyklllane who was found in n manhole near his house lie had suffered from palms in the head ami dimness of sight Iat Kelly of Cloonta County Mayo was attacked and gored to death by his own bull In presence of his wife and family Deceased was tossed about the field like a ball and when at length the Infuri ated animal was driven away with hay forks the body presented a hor rible appearance being barely rue ognizableThe church at Kllbrlde was lately the scene of a very pretty wedding when Thomas Shannon third eldest son of Timothy Shannon of Kilbridc was joined in the holy bonds of matrimony to Miss Ellen Fitzmaurice of Lacarrow The young pair are extremely popular in the district The marriage ceremony was performed bv the Rev Father FlanaganOn a force of about n hundred police under County In spector Tvockle the Sheriffs Bailiff to evict Patrick Knughton a tenant of the Wade estate in Galway The eviction was a surprise one carried out in the early morning It was pathetic to see Naughton and his sister both aged people preparing their breakfast after the eviction on the roadside I Father ODonoghue of KHcarroll sel cured housing for the evicted couple 1 Particulars are to hand of a slngu CbristoPherlSmiththe nst fortnight Smith has been engaged in building operations and used an immense qnentit of water prcmlIsespump had run dry and there was left behind a sediment of a brown or yellowish color from which there 011jYeryshortlythere I pars In ages Misses from 6 to 14 Fall CoatsIIof the new style and new popular prices range as New 298 Dress up to followsII All the new plaited styles are shown an immense variety of the popular inIIials all lengths also extra sizes 498 750 and 1000 0 I I MAR ET French accompanied SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O HD- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn M Mulloy Vice PresidentThomas D Clines Recording SecretaryThomas Kee JrFinancial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomas Walsh SergeantatArmsEdward Craddick DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentWilliam T Meehan TreasurerOwen Keiran josepbTLynchFinancial DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice PresidentJohn Hennessy Recording SecretaryDennIs j Cole manFinancial Secretary John G Hession 1714 Baird Treasurer George J Butler SergeantatArmsThomas Noon SentinelMartin Sheehan DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month Precident John A Murphy Vice PresidentJoseph L Lenihan Recording SecretaryFrank P Burke Financial SecretaryEmmet OSnlli van 1520 Seventh street TreasurerWilliam J Connelly SergeantatAnns Robert Mitchell Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaua stall County PresidentMichael Kenney PresidentRobert Gleason VicePresident Michael Breen TreasurerLouis Constantine Recording SecretaryJ B Murphy Jr Financial Secretary John Kinne- ySergeantRtarmsIobn E Murphy DoorkeeperEugene Constantine Banner CarrierTimothy Kinney MarshalJohn A Kennedy Y 3Vt I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Charles S Raidy First Vice PresidentLouis J Kieffer Second Vice PresidentD Oliver Pat tonRecording Secretary John L Boland Corresponding Secretary Frank Lana hanFinancial Secretary Frank G Adams 2141 Rowan stree- tTreasurerDaniel Weber MarshalJames L Mullarkey Inside SentinelCharles Oswald Outside SentinelLouis Kinsella SHORTHAND ADVERTISING TELEGRAPHY COMMERCIAL LAW Thefc subjects are taught by skilled special isle each instructor being an expert in his line The student Iit given personal individual train- Ing by practical wort from the start The advantages offered by the TRUMAN SYSTEM are shorteatcheapeatandbest UtLvm Expert Accountant 651 Fourth Avenue fin oil which lie burned successfully in his own house the same night He says that time pump has been yield ing a Buntjlv of oil up to the present On Saturday evening the town of Drumshnnbo was thrown into a state of excitement by the loud cries of people shouting Stop the runaway I It appeared that a spirited animal while being loaded at the railway station was frighted and suddenly dashed headlong down the Carrlcknabrnck road The tim ber and planks on the vehicle flew In all directions lied it not lieen for the presence of mind displayed by Constable Myles who was luckily on tho spot the result might have been more serious printingl11ve 1 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes nightThere flounce The meeting of Division 4 Wednes day night promises to be an interest ing one All who can should attend The order is reported growing in numbers in South Dakota all the divisions being in a flourishing condition l Willie the divisions regret the loss of the ladles from their hall they can not but acknowledge the wis dom of their sisters The County Board will hold its regular monthly meeting next Thursday night President Murphy urges the presence of all the delegates Division 7 of Pawtucket initiated three and received six applications at its last meeting Similar reports are made from all over Rhode Island Division 2 met last night with a tine attendance The officers are doing commendable work which should result in a great increase in the membership sew Albany Hibernians expect mummy visitors from this city when they give their bazar It Iis a sure thing that they will show the men from this side a good time It is the aim of Division 4 of Syra cure to make the largest increase of any in the county before January 1 and in the near future the degrees will be conferred on a large class givenTuesdayHall by the New Albany division was postponed out of respect to the memory of the late Michael DohertyDuluth has secured for 1008 the Minnesota State convention and the members comprising the divisions of St Louis county have entered Into the spirit of the occasion and are already planning on what they shall doDivision paceforMessrs Hession Butler and Coleman will arrange an entertainment that will be edifying and those who fail to accept their invitation will miss the treat of the season Division 1 of Syracuse meld an in itiation Thursday night at which it was expected fifty new members would be enrolled The degree Jenm of this division considered the best in the county exemplified the rit ual Addresses were delivered by State President Dorsey Tamcs E Dolan and County Chaplain Rev Wil liam Dwyer Following the meeting there was a social session and n splendid musical programme VISITS FATHER Rev Otto Recktcmvnld popular in West End Catholic circles but now stationed in the Franciscan Content at Syracuse was here for a brief visit with his father in Portland At St Anthonys church last Sunday lie was warmly greeted by mazy former friends and associates FAVORS SHORT SERMON In replying to the declaration of Rev Thomas Spurgeon of London that the day of the sermon as a factor in the influencing of man kind lias passed the Rev J J Bean pastor of the Holy Name church in New York City hind this to sayAs an evidence that the sermon still is a powerful factor one has only to regard the church attendance on special occasions when famous speakers are announced Also at mission services the sermon is loqkcd forward to as a most im portant and interesting part of the exercises The preachers at these mission services are selected for their fitness std their sermons of an hours length are ellfull prepared They touch the eternal truths of revelation sin its enor mity its punishment its atonement the love and fear of God the beauty of time virtuesI the repulsiveness of the vices Sermons of this sort bring the crowds to church and stir up the people to a new life The church is in no danger of eliminating the sermon but the clergy are com- Ing to an appreciation of the fact that the short sermon is inore potent than the long sermon I + I S H It H tit t I t t I III I It I II t It IIt GREAT SALEO3P 1 E xMATTRESSES s I Pat Sept 1 10d3 Oct 11 1004 yREX 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 Chas A Fisher Co + This mattress is made in layers of Elastic Cotton Felt Smooth sur 1 face no tufts visible Ticking is not punched full of holes No outside I tufts to collect dirt and vermin 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