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AMERIcANaa VOLUME XVIINO 19 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 10 1906 PRICE FIVE CENTS r CHILDREN Subject of Bishop Slangs Admonitory Mesaatfo to Cath olic Parents The Danger of Aimlessly Run ning About tho Streets After Nightfall Baneful Influence of Sensational Literature and Filthy Papers r WORD TO THE FATHER AND MOTHER Right llev Bishop William Stang last week prepared an admonitory message to the priests under his jurisdiction that Is of special signifi cance to Catholics who have children The message was read at all the as musses follows last Sunday und is In partII Catholic parents who love their I children will certainly not allow I them to run about the streets aimlessly after nightfall How can a Catholic father antI mother close their eyes In sleep unless they know that their children have said their I prayers and have retired for the nightOur public thoroughfares are Ire I quently polluted by unbecoming and I lurid representations and pictorial advertisements and few of our I magistrates seem to have the cour age or sense of proprietry to pre vent this outrage on public decency Again our cities mitt towns are flooded with sensational literature and filthy papers which debauch title mind anti male serious reading an impossibility The celebration of holy matri mony Is often followed by ribaldry tmd offensive merriment The day that should be observed with rever ence and serious reflection as the entrance Into a sanctified state of life Is turned into one of riot and shameless frolic by those who should follow the newly wedded couple with prayers and good wishes You will denounce with right eons indignation nil silly and pagan customs that are desecrating the CJiristinnl wedding day and you will threaten with due mmishment all future offenders Tile fair name of Catholic should no langtrbellisurnrelLbysuolwaoicatmarauders who under the plea of fun and bring dishonor on the4 ramusement scandilize the weak I zeullngalnstI orders will rowto an almost in I curable state and lead innumerable souls to eternal ruinII For the Catholics of Kentucky it can be said that there is no complaint on the score of the last named evil but everywhere there Is carelessness as to the children and parents should cheerfully heed the Bishops worlds as to their care PARISH PRIEST Assigned to QuirInal Palace At Request of King of tiaI jtthe special request of g Victor Emanuel the Pope hits al lowed the Quirinal Palace and all its dependencies 4o be under the paro chial jurisdiction of the First Chap lain of the Royal Court instead of depending from any parish of Home For nearly thirty years the parish priest of the Church of Sts Vincent and Anastasia was in charge of the Qulrinal Palace and because of this administered the last sacraents to King Victor Emanuel when he died w there in 1878 and had the right to attend anysick people in the royal residenceBecause of the Interdict placed up on the Quirinal Palace In 1870 by Pius IX only the sacraents for the dying could be administered within Its precincts until the late Pope at the request of Queen Margaret al lowed mass to be celebrated in a chapel built expressly outside of the interdicted building so that the mem hers of the royal familyof Italy should not have the discomfort of driving to an outside church every Sunday A great step toward recon ciliation with the Italian royal family has been made by the Vatican au thorities through this recent action of Plus X which places the Quirinal on the same footing as the Vatican in that it possesses a parish of its i own GRAVE FEARS ntertained In Rome POP the K Health of the Holyt 1Patheri Wfi igThe fear of a complete breakdown 1UT the health of the Pope is causing general alarm and Dr Lapponi his faithful physician has not lessenedl this by the announcement that the Papacy is too heavy a burden for Plus X In nn Interview the doctor says that as a patient Ills Holiness is incorrigible persisting In an after noon promenade in the Vatican gardens when the air IB distinctly un healthy Incessant receptions oblige him tto stand or to sit ill formal post J tit c y restfltllensof the writing table the terrible strain on his memory due to his persona overseeing of the minutest details of the Vatican administration ore contributing causes to the under mining of the Pontiffs hoaltih Pin rends the newspapers much more as siduously than did his predecessor He has installed nt the Vatican the former editor of the Venetian clerl cal journal whose duty it is to a- range all clippings from fiftytw newspapers referring to the Pope person and the Holy See in a hook which Ills Holiness rends regularly every afternoon Dr Lnpponl say H the Papal audiences must be cur tailed this winter because the Pope phenomenal Intellectual vigorI In conjunction with his physical inactivity brings on Increasingly frequent at tacks of gout compelling him to ex ercise extreme precaution IRISH ENVOYS Young Men of Splendid Tal ents and Remarkable Ability Thomas M Kettle M IV anti llioh and Hazelton M 1P the two young envoys who have come to Aiericn at the request of the official+ of the United Irish League of AmeHca to continue the work Interrupted by T P OConnors being compelled to return for the autumn acssiem of Parliament are the newest recruits to the Irish Parliamentary party so ably led by John R Kcrimond M IP They are both young men i splendid talents and remarkable n ility I Thomas M Kettle tthe junior of the two members like Haleton haft more than twentyfive or twenty six years of age lie is n son of the veteran land reformer Andrew J Kettle of Artane County Dublin who was one of the first to rally to the side of Parnell and Davltt when the Land League was founded and whose whole life since has been de voted to participation in the Irish struggle The young envoy who has just arrived in this country was elected a few weeks ago a member of Parliament for East Tyrone in one of the most stubborn contests fought in that consistency in twenty years at least Richard Hazleton M P the second young member of the delegation from Ireland like Kettle Is a gradu ate of Dublin University and one of the brightest of the younger men who have become connected with the Irish national movement in the old land within the past half dozen years Although his family has not been so Iroml1l1 Iv d nt I w t i the aotive work of the Irish move ment in the last twentyfive years as has the family of his colleague their national opinions were equally wound null when young Hazleton at the last general election was chosen by the electors of South Dublin to lend what was known to be a forlorn hope in that constituency against the Tory exChief Secretary of Ireland light Hon Walter Long young Hnzleton quickly showed his mettle GUEST OF HONOR Covln ton and Newport Aux Iliarles Entertaining Their State President Miss Mary Corcoran State Presi dent of the Ladles Auxiliary A O II left Tuesday to visit the branches of the order in Covington and New port where she received a most cor dial welcome anti was the guest of honor tit a number of meetings nnd social functions While in Covington Miss Corcoran was the guest of Miss ida Conklln State Secretary Wed nesday night she addressed a joint meeting of the nuxilury and division in Covington and Thursday night a theater party was given In her honor This evening Mrs E Ryan State Vice President will entertain with a reception and tomorrow Miss Corcoran will be the guest of the County President Miss Hannah Murpliiy At Newport there was a large and enthusiastic joint meeting mad the address of the State Presi dent was greatly appreciated by the ladies of the auxiliary and men of the division Miss Corcoran will end her visit Monday night when there will be a grand reunion in Covington un her the direction of Mrs M Cushion resident of the auxiliary of Chit city She found the order in both cities in splendid condition and steadily Increasing In membership CATHOLIC KNIGHTS The Supreme Board of the Cath olic Knights of America will assemble at the headquarters in St Louis next Monday At this meeting some Important questions concerning the ranting of charters to new branches the question of risks upon hazardous and extra hazardous rates and the proposition for the sale of the Chattanooga property will be discussed anti acted upon STROKE WAS FATAL Peter Kellly an aged and respected resident of Jeffersonvtlle lied at his home in that city on Tuesday of parr alysis after an illness of less than u week The deceased was stricken II the Thursday preceding and for a time it was thought the stroke wouldI not prove fatal For many years he had resided in Jeffersonville nnd was one of the most prominent members of st Augustines church from which the funeral was held BesidesI his wife he leaves three sons LeO William and Virgil Jtellly u It ENJOYED Great Gathering Attended HI boruiang Open Mooting Monday Night Judge Matt ODoberty Deliver Stirring and Patriotic Address Benefits That May Result From the Series of Social Sessions REMEMBERED MANCHESTER MARTYRS Hibernian Hall in the Hopkin Theater building was taxed to its utmost capacity Monday night with members and friends of the orele Who came to the open meeting IInd social session of Division 3 A O II The fact that the programme was tin the hauls of John Hession Georgi J Butler and D J Coleman was as fiiirance of success and the result can not but be productive of much good The presence of HO many la dies lent an added charm to tin scene and occasion which it Is hoped will be repeated at frequent Intervals and by nil the divisions of the city Entertainments of this class ari both elevating anti instructive and bring before the rising generation who must he looked upon to perpetu ate the grand old Irish Catholic order the best that Is In the nice and nationalityThe was called to order bj James Coleman and promptly turned over to Chairman John Hession who in a brief but happy manner welcomed the people assembled and in trbduced Judge Matt ODoherty tin principal speaker of the evening who was received with hearty applause that vas frequently repeated Judge ODoherty expressed himself please and agreeably surprised at the pres once of so ninny ladies when he had expected only an oldfashioned stag party The history of Ireland her many great men saints sages poets martyrs scholars and RtatesmenII made difficult the oncI for a subject Time nnd chance the Judge declared enter into the lives of all men and iti occurred to him tltlttittCctFe vh r gf1icren national anniversary the Munches ter martyrs Alien Larkln and Ollrien who thirtynine years agi this month offered their lives for their country They came from tin peasantry and were humble member of the Fenian Brotherhood which dltl good for the Irish people and coon try anal brought about the dlssolu Lion of the stabllHhedchureh Dwel lug on the conditions then existing and as they are lucre he thanked Gin thnt we have In America the besi form of government the world lIPs ever known The church was main mined in Ireland by law anti the people were forced to contribute to its support in violation of the laws of God man and justice The s stem was one of plain robbery and existed even in th11nr of nanny of his hearers Judge ODoherty then related the story of Deasy and Kelly and then rescue for which the martyrs were convicted sentenced nnd cruelly exe rated He i ainted o vivid word picture of their lerolc courage and patriotism fully prepared to meet their Creator with undauntedsoul and uttering the words God sue Ireland now the slogan of the Irish race England he said might crush hut could not conquer Ireland Em met Owen Roe OConnell Dadtt Parnell and Iledmond were passed in review and all will be gratefully re membered while the Irish race lasts The speaker next told of the work being carried on today in the British Parliament by Itedmond Harringtor tad their colleagues who are making bravelylnyIrish Parliamentary party whlcl represents the best in education and EnglishDwelling rtpon the land act tin speaker pointed out the changes that blue since occurred and how the country had beeen rid of land agent who would make hall company ir hell Today there is not a tenant Ir Wexford anti other counties are tending the same way Encourage ment and hope resulted from the erection of 30000 homes within the past five years with the prospect lot as many more within the next two years which assured home trade and industries anil n day coming when l brightestMiss Presl dent George Butler Miss Mary Sheri Johnlurphtheir wives sisters and daughters tf the Ladles Auxiliary The ladles wanted Louisville to pass Chicago and Detroit while the other speakers wanted all to become interested in the aims and purposes of the AO hlstolJThereport fifteen counties organized twc ears hence and appealed to the young men to join title society thai stands for the best In man find carries the approval of the Catholic hierarchy The vocal solos of Miss Corcoran wereexcellentlJIas were Messrs Thomas D Clines James Carroll and Michael McGuire who were tlie recipients of Hearty applause A lilt of the evening was made by J Jr Flynn who convulsed the audience when he read The Woman With Three Cows Refreshments were 3- I nrG served and after spending a lUllf hour In their enjoyment anti socla converse the large audience dispersed highly pleased with their en tertninment by Division 3 HARAHAN Becomes President of Great Illinois Central Railway Last Wednesday one of the mOllt spectacular battles over waged 1bi railroad magnates iin this country ended in the election of 7 T Han linn as President of the great Illinol Central railway system For ten days the contest for control was hit terly fought and the election of Mr Ilarahan to succeed Stuyvosant Fish of New York is looked upon as one of the most illustrious achievement of n man beginning at the very bottom and mounting by merit to th very topmost height in the railroad world for President Ilarahan who III known null esteemed so highly dIn Louisville mid the South Is the oiii titan whose career has been market by progress since the day he bega as a water currier for a section boss finally becoming general manager the highest position within the gift i- nluiaeemenTheIng of the Hoard of Directors held Iir Now York City on Wednesday ami railroad men throughout the Wes and South are more than pleased with the result in which they see a splendid reward tit merit RECENT DEATHS Last Saturday the Church of Om Laely in Portland lost one of Its most highly esteemed young women by the ilyatdaughterRyan 2814 Montgomery street She was twentyone years old and her demise hint caused widespread re grot in the community In which she lived Her funeral took place Monday morning thoUev Father Conniff being the celebrant of the solemn nuns ef requiem Lcriel Hnrtnelt aged thlrtyfivo years a saloon Keeper nt 2110 Prestor street was found tit Lid in bed early Friday irorning Miji Hartnctt was apparently in good health and lunl been talking to severall friendst a few boars before hie dearth He Is stir whirred by his wife and little daughter fad n brother Patrick Jlartnett a former fireman Thelfuneral services were held Sunday n terntlon nt the Church of St Philip Nerl and the interment wiis In StrLouis femetary- ThepassTng nwffyTjf JriVnes Antler son whose funeral took place Satur lay morning trout St Patrick chtiwh has removed from the West End one of its most helgMy esteemed residents The news of his death was sad tidings to his many friends as he was not known to be set iomsly ill until n Short time before death Mr Anderson was generous and kindly both by nature and grace always cheerful and never known to i make an unkind remark about any one He was the uncle of Mrs John T lodgers and Misses Anna and Alice Murphy The funeral of Mrs Mollie Edelen who died Monday from vermifuge poisoning took place Thursday morn- Ing from St Louis Bertrnnds church Deceased was the wife of J T Edelen the retired grocer and re tided nt 1027 West Chestnut street She had been feeling badly and on Wednesday of last week took the medicine which later proved fatal Mrs Edelen was fortytwo years old and a native of Marion county being one of the sixteen children of the late William Cissell n wealthy farmer Twelve of the brothers and sisters nnd her mother Mrs Eliza beth Cissell who resides at 1714 West Madison street survive her She also leaves her husband and the following children Crole Edelen who Is in the United Stntes navy stationed at the Brooklyn navy yard anti Mary Tyler Earl and Gllssie May Edelen SISTERS BAZAR Great enthusiasm pervades the ranks of the various committees having In charge the arrangements for the bazar for the benefit of the Sisters of the Good Sheppard that will be meld In Llederkranz Hall time latter part of this month The peo the seem to have entered into the old time bazar spirit and are determined that this one will eclipse anything of the kind ever attempted in this section not only In attendance and enthusiasm but also In fun antI en joyment and beneficial results A splendid list of attractions will be arranged including a number of handsome booth and from the moment the floors open till the close there will be something doing in every section of the hall The ladles promise to serve a dinner dally that will attract men from all parts of the city COVINGTON There was a good attendance and auspicious opening Saturday night of the1 bazar given by the congregation of the Mother of God church In Cov ington President Henry Holtrup introduced Mayor Beach who made tIle opening address Congressan Ithinock also spoke and complimented the trustees the congregation nnd Rev Fathers William and Henry Tap pert the pastors for the erection of the magnificent new school building for the education of the children of the parish anti also recalled the days he passed on the same street where the building stands when ar young man a GAELIC LEAGUE Being Pressed Forward wIth Success in Many Directions in Ireland r Each Province Has Now Its Training School or College Objects of the District Unions of Gaelic Schools in America HAS ENCOUNTERED KAMI OBSTACLE The Gaelic League is pressing for ward in ninny directions In Ireland Each province has now a trulnli school or college establishedtl Leinster ioilege was started n tevl weeks ago In Dublin the object of which iIs tc train teachers to teach the language according to the best ap proved method in schools The man agers of national schools in vitrioii districts during the past three or toui years experienced much difficulty 1li securing teachers competent to Inr part n knowledge of the language fO pupils Tc supply this want the pro incinlI colleges have been founder The latest of these the Lcinstci Training School Is practically the creation of His Grace Arethblslioi Walfli of Dublin who contribute largely to Its support These pram nent institutions crowned by tlu School of Higher Irish Learning in Dublin conducted by Dr Kurt Meyer assisted by lrofSt radian 11111 other distinguished scholars shov tIll steady and practical advance Ii- the revival lint the Gaelic League has lby IW menus a Voyage of plain sailing It is confronted by obstacles which wonll deter any men ail women savt crusaders to encounter The Govern flout of eeuirsitlu present iibera as well as the late Tory looks upon It with but half veiled disfavor Tin 00000 a year formerly available from the treasury as fees for time teaching of Irish In the national bchoolr wa htonueil toward the closing days of the late Tory Government and tin effort of till Irish Parliamentary party directed to the present Invent ment to have that amount nvide avail able again have not yet proved sue cessfut The old rancourous Ornugi eluhent Is also opposed to the League n few priests tended bv lathe Edward OLenry of Queens county have endeavored to set up a Catholic ladle League branch In Father OLearys parish anti tried to multi tain Its status as a bonn fide branch ta the Olreachlns last August but it was voted down by almost a unani nuns vote Theta there is the shoueen lenient who sent their sons nnl ilauirUters to English schools to an quins the proper accent and airs Vwl last but by no means the small ift obstacle is the woeful Anglicia ion of the masses in whom prMc of rate is almost extinct The inertia of- theI mass even in the Irish speaking lislricts is one of the greatest difti ultles time League has hind to over come But even this is gradually piv Inir way before the persistent Ares sure of the Onellc crusaders Touching this subject the Uisfm Hibernian tells us that the Gaelic school of New England and of a lew other sections ol this country hare sagaciously effected distinct unions to conserve their local Interests and more especially to enable them to erne the Gaelic League of Ireland whoso exertions alone the fatupon nf the national language and the es lablishment of an Irish Ireland the ends That brttle must lie fought out in Ireland alone not in England America or elsewhere Hence the blot object of these district unions ifGaelle schools in America Ilv to raise funds ones a year during limo weeks nreceeellntf St Patricks day Lau Week as It is called In Ireland huhforolaborers nt horse Tljis is only car sing out the practical suggestion i ass of lr livJe among- ustivinter us in If the schools especiallY which with few ex of New England have npver contributed n- 1I01llrrYIIIIt ception to time propas miwntin In rebind begin to bestir themseLves fm tile first collection next ItX11 work do splendidhey can societies of tlio nembers In the sister O H would refuse a small amount of the Oaelh- IIchoul to collectorat least any on Language Week Buthis work should he done ivitlt persistence CHURCH BURNED Last Tuesday morning the church of St Mark at Illchmond was de itroyed by fire The loss will be etween 4000 and 5000 with 3000 Insurance A much greater loss could have been sustained but for the prompt arrival of citizens who iucceedeel In saving the contents unknowntithr a defective flue St Marks church was built forty years ago a11l1 time has been under the pastoral of the Rev William B1 Ryan of Winchester HONORED FIREMEN Last week Pere Marquette Coun cU K of C gave a reception in lonor of Assistant Chief Haiilon and 3apt Lancaster of the Milwaukee lire department recently awarded Carnegie herp medals Led by Chief f IJ n Clancy the fifteen fire fighters who are members of the council marche Into the meetingt Entering the hnll they drew up and saluted and members and were officersI seats of honor On behalf council Assistant Chief Hnnlon anti Capt Lancaster were presented with emblematic Knights of Columbus charms suitably inscribed Ad dresses were made by several of the members and responses by the guests of honor Chief Clancy nnd others WASHINGTON Mansion For Papal Dele ate Nearly Ready For Occupancy Artisans lire putting the finishing touches upon the new home for Mgr Diomede Knlconio Papal Delegate tto time United States and his offish household nod after November 15 the Monsignor will preside at a resi timer eminently suited to the uses of iris mission The new delegation iiiR located nt kill Biltmore street Wash- Ington Heights in a fashionable set tion of Greater Washington whfcn abound some of the most represents the homes and apartments in tin Capital City It Is in a section thai has been built up within late years and on all hands are evidences ol newness and modernization of resi dence construction While not designed on ecclesiastical lines the structure embodies every essential to the comfort arid well lie ing officially and personally of tin representatives of Pope Plus X in tin United States It is builtof light brick with trimmings of Indiana limestone timid is three stories in height All the rooms In the house are light and roomy Oiie Is immedi ately impressed with this fact on entering the reception hall which iIs 18x43 feet In dimensions It has n high ceiling which Is embellished with plastic decorations of good taste Kadiating from this chamber are reception rooms an office the dining room recreation room per ters room while to the rear are the kitchen and pantries Provision has been made for the servants in a wing to the rear entirely distinct from the house When finally completed Is expected that the chapel will be a revelation among semiprivate shrines 1t extends the breadth of the building and its roof rises to the third floor a distance of twentyfive feet Here the sculptors art has been freely employed and with good effect Ice hind a beautiful altar are three stainedglass windows of rose pat tern mind these facing the east whet n beautiful light about the sanctuary of mornings The chapel in also pro vided with electric lights in profusion which are operated by a switchboard from the sacristy adjoining INTEREST WAIVED Mrs William Pattersons Gen erous Gift to Mackin Council Through the generosity of Mrs William Patterson who has waived the Interest for the next two years Mackin Council will this month pay off 3000 of the Indebtedness on its magnificent property amid greatly re puce expenses This action was decided on at u well attended meeting held Tuesday night when fourteen new members were elected twelve reported favorably and eleven appli rations were received Chairman Tames Shelley announced that the anniversary committee booth lad won the gold prize of 10 lIreHI tally presented John Stewart with a beautiful gold and enameled charm offered as p prize In the late mem bership contest Owing to the large number of candidates the time set for holding the next initiation was hanged to Sunday November 18 when the degrees will be converred on a class of at least seventyfive David OConnell of Trinity Council end Thomas D Clines addressed the meeting and both were loudly ap plauded for nothing butter had been heard year this year The speaker for next week will be William F Burke who is a young orator of much ability HIS LAST RUN Thomas Fitzgerald one of the best known conductors on the Louisville Nashville railroad died Monday afternoon at the home of his mother 015 Spring street For some time he had been suffering from a complica tion of diseases but hope was not given up till the last moment The deceased was popular in the East End and in railroad circles and his death is deeply regretted Besides his aged mother he leaves four broth ers James Patrick and Edward Fitz gerald all railroad conductors and John Fitzgerald a members of the fire department The funeral took place from St Frances of Bowie church in Clifton with a solemn mass of requiem celebrated by11e Father White A large number of railroad men were present nt the sad obse quies CHURCH FOR LATONIA The Catholics of Covington and Newport have made arrangements for a big turnout at Latonia on the occasion of the laying of the corner tone of the Holy Angels church which will be completed the early part of next year There has been a steady increase in the Catholic popu atlonof Latonla and time new church ivlll start off with a good congrega tton Fe MMANUS Sketch of the Illustrious Irish Writer Now Visiting- America J sj 1 From the People of Donegal He Imbibed Gaelic Loro andtt Character 1 Recognized as the Premier Irish Sketch and Character Writer HE HAS REALIZED HIS AMBITION Indenting the northwestern coast of Ireland lies Danegal Day Here Is situated Donegal one of the most Celtic counties of the land where the people still retain many of the simple good old Gaelic characteris tics the Galie language the leg ends beliefs folklore and customs of their forefathers It Is from these people that Seumas McManus was sprung Amon them he has spent his life and it is his pride that he was and is of the people With them he has roamed the hills at their firesides he has spent the 4 evenings From them he has drunk deep his Gaelic lore and character- At nineteen he became master In the national school in which his early years were spent nut this thoughts soon turned to writing and within a year he made his first conl tribution to literature entitled VnJj grants from Healthy Hills ThiB was followed by character sketchy and folk lore tales In the Donegif papers After a while he began m write for the Dublin weeklies ail with every assurance of success hs gave np his school and devoted him self to his pen Ills eyes turned to ward America and here he met with signal recognition for within five mouths after his arrival he was writing for the leading magazines anti his stories were found In liar hers the Century and others Nor has fortune restored him for Sen i inas McManus stands today the premier Irish sketch and character writer and the inimitable story writer of the tales of old Ireland Welter Iecky the literary critic says Our novelist has sat by the peat fires child of his race he has with open eyes and wondering heart heard the tales of minstrel and sere tail now he comes to set Tip In tells us leis merrygoround by the way The dream of his life has been to carry Into the lives of those far away from home the faith par triotism wit humor drollery and sunshine of Erin to write books that the exile night read by his fireside to his children who would never see the land of their fathers love and longings books Wherein were painted the characteristics of their race presented in loving men r and women drawn by the pencil of love mind moulded by faith and na tonality Such was the ambitionaof Seumas MeMnmis And he has seen the realization of his hnpesiDIRECTORS Who Will Govern the Del mont Club Next Year The annual meting of time Delmont Club was held Wednesday night with n large and representative attend ace when the following Directors t were elected for the ensuing years HessrSi Joseph Bias Louis W Born raeger Joseph W Britt Fred E b loerter Leo P Kaufman Conrad J 1lssler Henry H Lang George F Martin William Mehler Joseph Plrr nan Albert S Ran Merman Itoehr tlatt Scliupp William G Selter anti lenry Weber The new board will he organizedon iVednesday evening November 21 when officers will be elected This opular East End organization in ends to soon resume the famous tags amid entertainments that informer years made it one of the lead- Ing social organizations of Louisville md from present indications the coming year will be the most success fJll in its caree- rABATTOIR COMPANY miles a Charter and Will Bs tablish a New Packing Plant The Louisville Abattoir Conipan flIed its charter Wednesday Th plnnt of the new company will bo hated near the Bourbon Stockyard md will be in shape to begin mino operations within n few weeks Time lapital stock is 30000 divided as fol IOWJi John Moran sixtyfour shares Edward P Moran seventythree hates and Eugene McCarthy sixty tree shares The maximum debt permitted under time charter 1ft 10000 John Moran who Is well known all over the world as a pork jacker Is President of the company Idwarf Moran and Eugene McCarthy yell known and enterprising young justness men are respectively Vies resident and Secretary Trsasurer President Moran stated that the plant would be in operation and eady for business within the next lew weeks t T TIT i v- 1cvY Yxisi C I I KENTUCKY E IRISH flMERIGJUl voted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all IrlaU Americas KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C I Entered at the Louisville Postofflce as SecondClass Matter Mdteu alt Commaoicsllone to tbt KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN326 West Oreen Stree TRADES UiBEI COUNCIL i LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 10 1906 WORTHY EFFORT The effort of the Ancient Ortler of Hisernlans is making to have Irish history taught in the public schools of this country is one which from every point of view is deserving of success and is commended generally by the press of the country The in fluence Irish history has had upon English history and so indirectly of this country upon the early history is known to nil scholars Failure to make that influence known would result in imparting a very imperfect knowledge of the causes that have contributed to make the trend of English history what it has been for centuries The interaction between the two countries needs to be known to have a thorough knowledge of the resultant effects For purely histori cal reasons then pupils in our schools who are supposed to learn American and English history should not be debarred from an acquaintance with Irish history- DECADENT ENGLAND J Dr T Miller Maguire M A LL D the famous army tutor author and orator though holding the post of literary lecturer under the Govern merit in the British army is abso lutely fearless in his utterances as tp the conditions that exist in England and mark its decadence In answer to a request for his view regarding the petticoat rule that prevails Dr Maguire made the following startling i answers It is time the true truth was known he wrote but I speak solely i all the best iforthe army including generals who are not only friends of mine but were my pupils However in all fairness I can not par ticularize or furnish details I am convinced that England iiqa country petticoat ridden beyond compare xi Any petticoat sloes but especially one supposed to rustle against fi c nance or royalty English society is putrid Petticoats champion public Fgfc ehvand boys are sent to these dens of decadence though thee fathers know well their worthless ness I say that England is a decadent nation roten with petticoats games and snobbery What is called good form is mere ignorant base selfishness and moral cowardice Army and navy officers are the only decent members of the richer English but they are getting worse yearly and no wonder for they are grossly betrayed Parents are not fools enough to trust their sons to the endless caprices of official im postors like the army council whim sictol war ministers who mate three bouleversements of the army in five years and cads who would lie r cheat for tho smile of some paltry simpering society dame WHO ARE THE HOLY SOULS Wo live so much in the world and ore so much distracted by its activi r ties says the Catholic Sun of Syra cuse that sometimes we are grateful for a reminder that there is a Life tbeyond and that we have duties to ward others who pre no longer in the flesh The Holy Souls that dwell in purga tory can not help themselves through 3prayer They have finished with this life and now can only atone That pThey can be helped by the prayers and alms of the faithful and espe t dally by the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass offered in their behalf has been defined by the Church but it has alto been declared that their prayers for themselves are of no avail although it is in accord with both faith and reason to bold that their prayers for us are heard with special favor JnHeavenWho the Holy SOls and why are they called holy They are the souls of our dead fathers mothers sisters brothers relatives and friends found worthy of Eternal life yet compelled to undergo puri fication for a time before they enter Into it Our Lord declared that nothing impure can enter into the Kingdom of Heaven and very very few there are who die without some stain of sin that must be erased These souls are called holy because their ultimate salvation is assured but they have not yet attained that perfection Of purity which admits hem among the Blessed They are the friends of God but they have not rot gone to God How long they mnfc wait is of course unknown but some learned theologians assert t that some of the saints even have a Nail to undergo purification for the I apace of an hundred years or longer The Church has devoted the month qf jjfdTmber to prayers for theii l f itiful darted and st Catherine t a IJ 4- r of Siena has declared that prayers for these holy ones is the tenderest charity that the living can perform What Christian soul can refuse to pray for n dead father or neglect having the Holy Sacrifice offered for a dead mother Today if your father lived and were in prison ofr if your mother lived and were inI pain wouldyou not hasten to their assistance and endeavor to comfortl them Now when you know that Love like Faith and Hope is able lo pass beyond the grave and plead to God in behalf of your dead surely you will not delay to offer the com fort of your alms and prayers The election is now over and people cart turn their attention to other matters than politics This time there has been no cry of fraud or force and therefore the victors andI vanquished entertain no hard feel tugs Let all unite to make secure for the rest of the year the prosperity that has blessed the city andI State and thus they will enjoy peace of spirit and mind There is no decrease in the number of murders and robberies occurringr in Louisville which of late have reached alarming proportions There is something lacking somewhere andI prompt action should be taken by the city authorities to make more secure life and property It may be there are not enough policemen and ifr such be the case the number shouldt be increa id at once One of the most remarkable hap penings in the election this week wasI the elevation of James II Higgins the boy Mayor of Pawtucket to the Governorship of Ilhode Island As Mayor he has made n splendid i record which he has promised toI duplicate in the higher office Jiml is a Democrat and was the only one on that ticket that was elected The election in the city Tuesday proved conclusively that the Democrat of Louisville can not be con trolled by any one man and that their vote can not be switched froml one candidate to another at the fancy or pleasure of that one man A word to the wise is sufficient Commodore Barrys statue will stand In Independence square inl Philadelphia near the hall in whichl the Declaration was signed the most fitting place in all the worldI for a monument to the Father of the American Navy The issue of the New York Irishl World last week was a great one It was indeed an encyclopedia as toI the Irishof the metroplis and rev flects great credit upon editors andI managers Bernard Shaws attack on the ten commandments will riot gain him much notoriety for the reason that sensible people will pay but little at tention to his grumblings This is the month of the souls in purgatory and in your charity pray for the dead that they may be loosed from their sins PLEASING READING William M Fogarty of Indian apolis exSupreme President of thei Young Mens Institute whose poetical yearshaveI neat little volume containing hits Writings entitled Giggle Time and Others Mr Fogartys poetry pos llleasIng the highest order An Irish heart is one of the sweetest bits of verse ever written and The Engineers anythingfromwriters The little book is one of great merit and worthy n place on any table or in any library It is with pleasure that it is commended to our renders who could make no better selection for a holiday gift MACKINS BANQUET The committee arranging for the complimentary banquet to be given the contestants officers festival committee and others by Mackin Council have selected the halt House tail Wednesday evening November 21 for the event and all members will be invited to attemlII SOCIAL SESSION The meeting of Louisville Council I Knights of Columbus next WctlnesII of evening will be strictly a1 social I session and n large attendance is ex pected The entertainment commit ii tee has arranged a pleasing pro f gramme and Chairman Thomas Tarcffey promises a delightful evening forEi the members T i r c J o- I SOGIETY 4t it t I i Miss Marie Barrie of Lexington I1 the two guest weeks of Mrs George Kremer foillI r Dr Clttis Jtltchnrd made n shot visit this week to Ilockport mind hili former home Carl A Wellendorf will return tti first of next week from a ten daysI trip to New York City John Gorman of Frankfort arrived Sunday morning for a shor- visit with friends in this city Miss Florence Holsciaw has re turned from an enjoyable visit with Mr and Mrs Ilidge at Cloverport John P Hanley of Frankfort was here for a few days this week visiting his mother Mrs P 3L Hanley Con Harding a member of Maeldni Council old well known in the West End is ill and unable to leave hisI home John Lutkemeier prominent finI Frankfort business and social cir dies spent Sunday with friends inI this city Miss Mary Feeney who was the guest of Miss lassie Everin in South Louisville has returned to her home at 1aynes Depot Miss Carrie Schmid was hostess to the Mistletoe Euchre Club composed I of the younger society set of South Louisville at her home Fourth andII 0 streets Wednesday evening Misses Agnes and onie Xevlls will entertain the members of the Good Will Social Club next Thurs day evening at their home 2022 West Market street ITolm llrlslan one of the most popu lay young men la Frankfortl t who arm been seriously ill for several weeks continues to improve and is now reported uble to sit up Edward Dwyer the well known engineer who was injured recently is now out on crutches and l1il many friends will be glad to hear that he will not be crippled in anyway Charles II Musgrove the acconv pished and versatile poet of the Even ing Post repetorial staff left Thurs tiny for West linden where he will rest and recuperate for the next ten lays William F Shea a former well known resident of New Albany but for several years past engaged in railroading at Birmingham Ala has been spending the past week with relatives at his old home iThelortland Young Ladies Euchre Club was entertained Mon day evening at the home of Misses Anna and May Gilligan Following the genes there was aji award of favors and an enjoyable social hour Miss Minnie Burekle teacher in the Parkland school who has been ill for the past two weeks tit her home 2540 West Main street almost untlrdely recovered to the great relief of her friends and pupils Mrs Martina Higgins who was ill at the infirmary was last week re moved to the home of her mother Mrs Minnie Bosche 322 Thirty fourth street and her friends will be glad to know that she has almost entirely recovered Much Interest is being manifested in the marriage of Miss Belle Wake field Perkins and J Elma McCamp bell which takes place next Wednes day as both have a host of friends throughout the citywho wish for them a happy and prosperous mar ried life Irhe marriage of Thomas Knob loch and Miss Ida Patrick was solemnized Tuesday evening at the rectory of St Augustines church in Jeffersonvllle Only relatives wit nessed the ceremony which was per formed by the Itev Father John OConnell Michael J Brennans ninny friends will be pleased to learn that there has been a favorable change in his condition and that his speedy re covery is now looker for His illness was for a time alarming and has con fined him to his home on West Madison street for ninny weeeks Time Suprlse Euchre Club will bl entertained Wednesday afternoon and evening by Mrs Charles N Jacques at her home 2422 St Xavier street This is one of the tIleIsay there will be Some pleasant sur prises for theguests The KO U Club will give a matil nee dance at Schrieber Hall on I Thanksgiving day afternoon from 3 to 7 oclock A handsome prize will be awarded the person guessing what the initials of the club stand for Misses Ida Fisher Xnnnie Miller Anastasia Giltnane and Irene Braun are the committee in charge Miss Mary Murphy entertained the ITarmonia Club at her home FrIdny evening and was voted a most charm Ing hostess Those present were I Misses Bertha Stonestreet Elizabeth Lammers Katherlne Haungs Minnie j Stonestreet Mary Murphy Margaret I Murphy Messrs Will Taylor Will Xetherland Frank Mayer Bernard McGinn Dudley McCormick Elmer Kinney and John Murphy The arrival of James Lehane in Jef fersonville will prove a desirable acv quisition in Irish Catholic circles about the Falls Cities Mr Lehane is in the Government service and was 1 stationed at Philadelphia but latelyIIl arrived here from Kansas He is i ntlTelter1 Is a thorough Irishman and will hatsoon wen known at their society ratheringsii Harry K Swann announces the eciraRement of his sister Miss Nell Swann to Mr John Kelly of Phllat delnhia The wedding will be soltJ after the ceremony hlr Kelly and his emnized next ImmediatelyU n r I bride will leave for the City off Brotherly Love where they will make their future htime hiss Swanu is a popular young woman and is receiv lag many congratulations but her departure will be regretted by her large circle of friends and acquaintw anccs The following special from Detroit received here Thursday night contains news of a marriage that will be of interest throughout the city Dr Charles C Lucas of Louisville daugheEJ I Detroit were married this evening by the llev Charles Itaffo of Louisville The grrom was attended by Dr i I WilliamIMorley I 11I ushers were Dr J A O Ilrennan f I Louisville and Dr Burton Corbus ofIrlI I Grand Rapids Among the guests from outside were Charles 11 John son of Louisville and Mr and Mrs William Lucas of Norfolk Vn After an Eastern trip the bridal pair will he nt home at the Gait House ini Louisville MARRIAGE STATISTICS Of every 1000 females over fifteen years old 497 are unmarried in Ire land 395 in England and only forty five in India where child marriages are still in vogueI- RISH IN LONDON The London County Council has foritllCteaehlngrl schools under its jurisdiction in thatl city The schools are located in the most central parts and include Fins bury Stepney and Islington DISTRIBUTION OP POPULATION Of every 1000 inhabitants of the globe 558 live in Asia 242 in Europe 111 in Africa thirtytwo in 4America five in Oceanica and the Polar re gions and only two fh Australia Asia contains more than onehalf of the total population of the earth and Europe nearly onefourth ENJOVINO VACATION Lieut John Dalton Sergeant Wil liam Wales and Patrolmen Thtomas Nnlty Austin Xnlt5 John Carroll and Henry Bloemer of the Louisville police force have been off duty for the past ten days enjoying their annual vacation Some went hunting and others visiting but all were home to vote MAYSVILLE Through the efforts of Itev Father Jones It is expected that work on the new St Patricks church at Mays ville will begin early next spring When completed the structure will cost about 40000 Father Jones has also greatly Improved the cemetery there which is now one of the most beautiful in that part of the State RICHMONDS CATHEDRAL It is expected that the new Cathedral of the Sacred Heart lUchmond 3Ya will be formally opened on Thanksgiving1 day and elaborate preparations for the event are being made The Most lieu Archbishop Falconio the Papal Delegate and Cardinal Gibbons will honor the occa sion with their presence besides other church dignitaries Rev James 11 Olleilly for the past fifteen years pastor of the Church of the Sacred Heart l as been appointed rector of the new Cathedral TURBANS Turbans are always worn and this season sees them in many shapes andI styles For traveling and generalI wear they are particularly appropriate on account of nasally having a trim air nnd being quite close fitting Furthermore they are decidedly becoming to the majority of women Feather turbans are again shown asI new and desirable the prettiest being made of an entire bird the wings of which form the crown and sides with the head in front as the only ornamentation Soft turbans made of plaid materials to match wraps and gown are trimmed with quills or other stuff upstanding garniture to give them a severe style black being used almost exclusively ROSARV OP THE REGIMENT The hero of this true narrative was a young soldier of the infantry who went by the name of the Little Angel It was whispered around time barracks that the Little Angel had a rosary Some of those who had seen it said that it was an enormous con cern long as the girdle of a Capuchin monk and with beads the size of tIle colonels plume On one occasion more than two hundred soldiers gathI jestingIjand his rosaryLet see it young fireeater said one He thinks lIe can hang the whole regiment with flint chain of his shouted another YoUre wrong said a third its a newfashioned necklace lIe wants to introduceSo youthinkusuallyidolon He neitherHe drew the rosary from his pocket an ordinary cheap rosary which had seen much service in hiaii1 keeping and holding it up in both t hands saidII There now you see my rosaryiWould you like to measure it rot a jeer was returned One turned his head away the rest looked at the sacred sign of our holy memories10f ii- ne voice was raised That was sincere my boy that t was well done iIsAnd the soldiers mockery came toi nendacotiragebutf God and his church has a double value It trains the esteem of heaven and man 0- f THE IRISH WORKWOMAN N TO HIS WIFE Will you tell me nsthore if the pleasant rain And the sweet cool wind outside Can bring to your memory back ogalnThe when I made you m bride Long years have flown and the boys are grown The girls own a maidens grace And f011m111 On our bridal morn a cloudy shade blemling through sunny 11Como As you gave me your hand my own rlsweet maid agotThr many long years the smiles nnd tears Of life we rove had ourshare But the clouds are gone and today onesiWe must banish all thoughts of care Tis true my arm is not so strong And my shoulders have drooped this while Yet what cheers me at work t h whole day long lei Tiour lovely face and you I can smile not forget since the daywL I met LisI Ere gray your tresses of brown vex How you shared my lot in th rlhI1111ble cot sorrows face away So take my poor working hand iin thine As you did in the days gone by When the rose in your cheek was red ns wine And the fresh young light in your eye- Asthore machree youre as dear t lad As when first I made you my bride Xor Death will us part for my own sweetheart You rest with me side by side HINTS ON STYLE Plain colors stripes checks are all shown among fashionable coat materials Coat suits are to be greatly worn Dud separate coats also willI be quite correct For the girl who can purloin one of her lovers evening vests to be taken to a tailor or haberdasher and reproduced there is no more ntrnc tine Chrlotmas gift which she ca make him than an embrolderied vest Seldom has any season opened with such a variety of fashionable cos tummies for street wear as is offered1 for this autumn and winter Short coats coats of hiplength and long coats all are correct and fancy little coats severe tailored models nil have equal vogue Indoor gowns of the simpler so are made with every variety of or shirtwaist and preferably with skirts which just escape the ground The longer skirts are reserved for gowns of more formal occasions when they are combined with fancy waists of all sorts yo material develops to better ad vantage for an afternoon frock tin mi t coleen poplin one of the new eollenne weaves of the fall season that has the advantage of being goodlooking and not expensive The smartest women are wearing gown- of H this stuff the favored colors ap pearling to be crabapple pink and1 chasseur blue Jet is being very extensively used and embroidery with jet beads iis much to be noted Indeed in its lavish display there is to be found ample suggestion of the model of the last century yet it is by no means con fined to gowns or coats of that order It is claimed that the origins Worth was known to say tint jet gave effects that were obtained by nothing else and that never would he consent to let it fall into disuseThe prevalence of the guimpe both in gowns and odd blouses snakes itself apparent at every turn and very charming are the results Heavy lace thin lace lingerie mate rials almost everything that can be utilized therefor is also used for the yokes and the little undersleeves anti these are so arranged that the suggestion Is that of an entire guimpe while often in reality such Is not the fact the waist being nilI In one although there are instances of waists that are of a skelton sort and which are worn over entire un derbodices of white One of the daintiest things seen in i making over and which provides thej economical with a use for material long wasted is the converting of partly worn nigHt gowns into time daintiest and finest of undernettl coats As is well known it is only the upper part of the gown which wears out and that which is left has wearing qualities in it which are proved by experience to be well worth the making over The length and goring of these usually comes right if they are cut off just below the front band and the placket is set in the back the only other neces sary part of the process being the attachment of the belt- TOWELS A nice wry to finish homemade towels is to scallop the ends and three inches above the scallops have a fancy drawnwork stripe The J monogram or initial is then embrod ered long narrow letters being the j 01goodI done in this manner and for much i I j less than the cost of an ordinary towels you get a very good quality of any of these Mentioned materials I all coming by the yard SOUND SLEEP 1 The character of sleep is affected by many influences both mental and physical The person who upon retir ing for the night falls to put away the cares of the day that is past or borrows the thoughts of the morrow slow to reach the depths of sleep nrl wakes but little refreshed An Dverfilled stomach prevents sound sleep but hunger should be relieved before retiring and for this purpose glastt i I lili- a li- c YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD BUY NOW PAY LATERi WatchesY and Jewelry on Easy Payments Diamond and Jewelry Credit Co 304 W 2VJCARIC13JT STREET A3S x3 4 S4S SK 34S HOTEL HOE MERHENRY 0 HOEMER Proprietor S 15 and 17 West Twelfth St CINCINNATI 0 Parties who intend visiting Cincinnati will find here every con V4 x uptodatehotel X 1 FIRSTCLASS CAFE IN CONNECTION X 4 s S4 s s s 8 x s cWant a Raincoat oat25 per cent I off See the S12EO ones for 938 and the SIS ones for 1125 inn our window Yc I Your size in a color that youll li- keLEVYS rtTHIRD AND MARKET C SCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE Hams BaconIiI Pork Lard Sausages Etc- H STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET 1Filth and Green Streets Every Catholic Family 1 should read the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN One Dollar Per Year +MERITED TRIBUTE To a Charitable Lady Who Has Gone to Her Reward tThe remains of Miss Johanna Tierney have been consigned to their last resting place in St Louis ceme tery there to await a glorious resur rection She died after a long illness and her funeral took place from the Cathedral of the Assumption where she had been a life long member Rev Father Hock pronounced the final absolution and preached an elo ijiient funeral sermon In his instruc tion on this occasion he paid a well merited tribute of respect to the memory of Miss Tierney whose life of unfeigned piety and strong faith was a shining example to many She was born in the County Tipperary Ireland and visited her old hone there and the scenes of her chlldhoot but two years ago Her pious parents instilled into htr young heart and mind with the first dawning of reason the principles of her holy religion which she cherished and prized above all the treasures of earth SbeI loved her church practiced her relig ion and kept the faith green anti rig jorous by her charitable deeds and good works all the days of her life Miss Tierney was n pious Catholic woman whose affectionate heart went out with her means in sympathy for the orphans and every object of charity that came within her reach Fortified by the last sacraments and the rites of our holy mother the church Johanna Tierney yielded her pure soul into the hands of her Creator As In life she was meek and humble BO in death she was calm and tranquil and passed away from earth as calm us the last glimmer of the consumed taper She is survived by two brothers John Tierney of St Louis nnd M J Tierney of this city We all loved her dearly in life and shall not forget her in death May she how enjoy the reward of her pious and exemplary life and rest peacefully in the bosom of her Goth Dear friend thy faith thy hope and charityHave lice a crolvn for all eter nty ill1f j BLANCHE T 7Vt1 ULHYSMonday Tuesday and Wednesday evenings and Wednesday matinee PLAYING TH r GA1 XIC + s Thursday Friday and Saturday evenings and brturday matinee w Wm Favarsham hliThe Squaw Man HOPKINSWeek Beginning Sunday Nov 11 HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE TWO SHOWS DAILY BERT LEVY MorningTelegraph and famous events Coram Englands Great Ventriloquist Emilrv Rose queen of contortionists Eleanorthe Rifted singer Lizzie Wilton German com edicnneJenki tic Jcnks illusionists extraordi nary Kinodrome secret service XTRA MIMIC OUR XTRAf- I singers dancers and comedians PRICES Evening 10 to 75 cents Matinee Best Seat In House 25 cents BUCKINGHAMMATINEE WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY NOV 11 Dreamland Burlesquers With DAVE MARION and a clever coterie of Comedians Singers aud Danc ers in ROSELAND a musical play ia setsDONT WAIT but come at once and see the largest 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Cnmb Phone 543Y MONEY TO LOAN U 0 0i 3 GIVE US YOUR ORDER Q L IrishOFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past Weekgeneral- News Notes The Maryland State B anl leas or ganized a new division at Cumber landThe St Patricks day committee is losing no time nnd at the next County Board meeting will have a detailed report ready for the consideration of that body Mobile Hibernians will each year give a gold medal to tlie p1pllof the Catholic schools of that city who stands the best examination in the study of Irish history Division 3 has reason to be elated over the work of Messrs John Hes sion George J Butler and D J Coleman who arranged the excellent pro gramme for this weeks social session Division 1 meets Tuesday night and all the members are urged to be present to hear the report of the Finance Committee and witness the installation of Treasurer Charles Fin negan The cost of furnishing the new hall just erected by the Hibernians of St Paul will be at least 5000 It will be the home of all the divis ions and will soon be ready for oc cupation Members of the Ladies Auxiliary are making strennous efforts to or jrnnize classes in Gaelic in Cleveland The classes are to be held nt the frsuline Academy under the direc tion of Mother Mary Pius From now on their should be nn earnest effort to increase our number in this city There is not one memljor who could not secure the ap plication of some friend or neighbor Let us try and see the result The regular business meetingof the Ladies Auxiliary was held Wednesday night with a fair attendance Interest in the organization continues one new member being elect ed and other applications received There Is good promise for another division of the Ladies Auxiliary in Louisville The initiatory steps have been taken by members of St Louis Uertrands congregation where there is material for a splendid organiza tionDivision 4 will meet Wednesday night when President Murphy will have several important matters to lay before the members It is ex applications beguntoThe division organized at St Pat Septembermost satisfactory manner Six new members were added at the last meeting Rev John Fahey of Jor dan is the chaplain and to him isI due much of the success achieved The four companies of KulirhU in Providence with tro others oT New England are arranging tn make thee visit of Col John McCarthy of Adjutant tary companies of the United State reception city Following the county convention of the Ladles Auxiliary at St Cloud Minn last week the delegates and officers were given a pleasant surprise by the Hibernians of the prettittdecomtellfriends to the number of about n hundred were invited to a dancing party and at 12 oclock all present were asked to a splendid oyster supper REAL LOVE Harry E Groves aged twentyfive a brakeman in the yards of the River side Tube Works Wheeling W Va gave a remarkable exhibition of devotion to his young wife after receiving fatal injuries Friday night After making a coupling his foot caught in a switch and the engine cut off both legs and crushed his stomach At the hospituj after being told he could not live longer than an hour he gave explicit directions concerning his funeral and said that he wanted to mlghtbetery us he did not want to be sepa rated from his wife after death Mrs Groves is a Catholic but her hus band was a lifelong Methodist A priest arrived in time and his dying wish was granted LIPTON TO ASSIST Sir Thomas Lipton will open the fair in aid of the Carmelite school in Carmelite Hall on Twentyeighth street XeW Yory qty next Monday night Sir Thomas is a warm per J GOOD 1V- ORKPrinting FAIR PRICES Kentucky American fonnl friend of the Very Rev Father McCabe Prior of the Carmelite church who is struggling with a church and school debt of 104000 It is to enable Father McCabe to liquidate a portion of this indebtedness that the Baronet has consented to officiate at the opening of the fair for the success of which he has made a handsome contribution KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS I 1 I Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere The council at Newport 11 I has arranged for Its semiannual third degree exercises when a class of fifty will receive the honors Hope Council of Providence has a committee working with Lecturer Martin Feeney for a grand open meeting and chowder the latter part of this month Admiral Dewey Council of Brooklyn has purchased a handsome brick and stone building on Fiftyfirst street nnd will remodel it for council headquarters Entries are being made by Syra cuse Knights for the pool and forty five tournaments that will be con tested during the winter by members of the two councils of that city The First Regiment Armory has been engaged for Friday evening January 4 for the second annual ball and cotillon to be given under the auspices of the Chicago Chapter Under the auspices of Bishop Car rell Council the Rev Fathers Punch and Cooney of the Mission House at Richmond will conduct u mission for nonCatholics at St Aloysius church at uvlngton Father Thomas F Burke the learned and eloquent Paulist will deliver a lecture under the auspices of Syracuse Knights during Thanks giving week for the benefit of St Marys Maternity Hospital The initiation at Jackson Tenn to morrow promises to be the biggest day there for Catholics since Jackson became a town Something like sixty candidates are to be initiated among the number being Father McXanmra of Holly Springs Miss one of the most eloequnt priests in the South Paducah Council con fers the first and Memphis the sec ond and third degre- esAMUSEMENTS Following the policy of giving va riety to its patrons next week will see the popular melodrama Thorns nnd Orange Blossoms ns the offer ing at the Masonic This is said to be a play of unusual interest with n company of exceptional merit The Buckingham offering for next week is an excellent one Dave Marion and the Dreamland Bur lesquers will present their two act musical play JJoseland that lams made good everywhere introducing the most clever coterie of comedians wingers and dancers and the best olio seen here this season Joseph and William Jefferson will be at Mncauleys the first half of next Veek in the comedy Playing the Game which has been a suc cess wherever presented The last half of the week brings William Faversham in his great play The Squaw Man This has been one of the real theatrical hits of recent I years Patrons of the continuous are coming to realize that the best in the vaudeville world is offered from week to week to the patrons of the Hopkins Theater Next week will find an unusual array of artists on the bill and the programme will contain acts suited to every taste The better class of people have made time Hopkins the popular place of amusement and the attendance continues increasing QUEST OP HONOR James Flannery entertained sev eral of his frlendn Saturday night at his place on Griffith avenue with a chicken supper Having for guests of honor Albert F Martin Grand President of the Y M I and Charles S Jinidy President of Council Many tributes were paid to Mr Flannery as an entertainer in the speeches made Those present were Albert FI Martin Charles S Randy James Flannery Frank P Burke Dennis J Gleeson Thomas Gavin and John J Barry CENTENARIANS recentlyInSandyhill Middleton at the ago of 102 Mary Hurley died at Schull at the age of 114 and John ODrlscoll a native of Drimoleagiie t died at the age of 102 U r C- rJ IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges William Francis Butler has been appointed Registrar of the Queens College at Cork succeeding Alexan tier Jack A very destructive fire broke out in Ball bat and destroyed the flax stores in Church street belonging to Peter Mullen Sumerous subscriptions have been received for the memorial that will VeryRevThe Hibernians of llallytraiu have a scheme for establishing a coop applySinnpleasedbeyondFather Quinn once more among them restored to health and vigor Seven of the Orangemen charged with riotous behavior at Tandragee last August have been returned for trial and three were dismissed Tenants on the Shaw estate at Ardee have placed the negotiations for the purchase of their holdings in the hands of Solicitor McGahan- A branch of the Foresters Society is to be started at Uallybay in con nection with the Catholic Club a large number having signified their wish to become members A large and enthusiastic meeting of the United Irish League was heal last Sunday at Dromiskin Ad dresses were delivered by Delimit OUrlcn and James McConrt Peace has been proclaimed in the Woodhill colony near llallytrain The sale of the Shirley estate about to take place will leave the grubber just as he started penniless The East Cavan United Irish League Executive meeting held in Shercock was large and rpIfIolIfa the and nothing but a genuine spirit of nationality characttrized the pro ceedings The tenants on the Burro NI Tullvvin estate have agreed to purchase their holdings Of the two evicted tenants ono is to be rein stated and the otheor to receive an equivalent land at Strtulorc At a meeting in Clonmel presided over by Alderman Thomas Morris- sey it was decided on motion of Very Rev Canon Flavin to start an Independent organization for the prevention of cruelty to children Monsignor Walker addressing the Congested Districts Commission at Burtonport County Donegal said emigration had almost ceased in his district which was densely populated and the lowest rated in Ireland Most Rev Bishop loam presided over the big meeting In the Town Hull at Longford for the purpose of calling atctntion to the state of primary education and demanding better treatment for the teachers of Ireland Temperance day in Dublin was marked by a magnificent demonstration and a huge procession composed of trades bodies temperance and national societies and the juven lie elements marched through the principal streets The Lord Lieutenant anti Lady Aberdeen visited Derry recently and laid the foundation Hone of the new Technical Institute Among the visits paid was one to Nazareth House where the Viceregal party were received by time Bishop of DerryDuring blasting operations in tho Crowreagh granite quarries near Sewry the workmen succeeded in raising a monster block of splendid granite The stone was five feet long twelve feet wide and five feet thick and weighed considerably over I a hundred tons The block was per fectly solid and without a joint The company will furnish stone from this Cntherdal quarry for the new Queenstown I It was with no ordinary feeling of regret that was chronicled the death of James Kearney of Ardee The sad event occurred on Wednesday In theater Misericord Hospital in Dub lin after an illness of but three lays the immediate cause of death being miningitis The news came ass a painful shock upon all who knew the deceased young man who was a son of Thomas Kearney Deceased who was only eighteen years of age was a fine manly athletic lad be loved by his comrades and bv his family The utmost sympathy is felt for his father and the members of the family who have so unexpectedly lost n dear and promising son and this feeling was manifested by the longlinethe tunernlII I Jpreservesintoremoved so that all air may be ex cluded I 1u11- TOW FEflR o BREWING 601 Brewers and Bottlers j LOUISVILLE KY 3 DRINK Hofbrau Pilsen r Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BRE2VING COlXPANYXNOORPORATED TELEPHONE 4ts2 LOUr18VILLE KY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until proprely agad TELEPHONE Ititi01iLouisviiie Brancn fourteenth and Jeirerson Sis Cumb Phone Man 1913 tgsaTrn WIEDEMANNBREWING Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN F OBRTBLBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVIIT ASK E-ORDIERSENS A FINE DARI BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE k JOHN IS FRANK cWALTER Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone aopa LOUISVILLE KY THOMAS KEENAN f Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All nightCarriages 1225 W MARKET ST HENRY MOLD DBAIBR IN Staple and Fancy Groceries- A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Od Whiskies a Specialty Home Panne 4330 540 W WALNUT VINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL Hot Lunch every morning from 931 to 1230 oclock 44 w GREEN kaT Its more useful not to know things and make people believe you do than to know them and not have anybody believe it VTu 0L c KATIE AGNES SHITH Independent of all Undertaker LADY EMBALMER children to order at reasonable prices All calls answered promptly day or night Home phone 1677 Office 2406 Pavne St Give your boys an education that will prepare them for lire ST XAVIERS COLLEGE KyConductedtheXaveriaufrolhersClassicalSdentl5eandntninessCourses PartmentLargeswimmingroolWelIEqulppedGymmtesrum MANHATTAN 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for it absorbs the moisture Ever had a door or window stick in your house Its because the wood swells during the damp weather Thats the trouble with thewoodandleather pneumatics theywork properly In the Cecilian Piano Player mechanism the pneumatics and the wind chest are made ofmetal brass steel and phosphor bronze weather doesnt affect them in any way They dont swell neither do they shrink and thats why they are always in perfect working or- derMONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO O08G80 FOURTH AVI- LITLTIDJEWI3LRY We are now showing the finest assortment ever t seen in this city Diamonds Gold Watches Rings and Necklaces at most reasonable prices Calland see our display of n SILVERWARESuit- able for Wedding and Holiday Presents Select Your Holiday Presents Now and We Will Reserve Them For You FREEII BRUNN Jeweler530 West Market Street sQS8 + + S8 a me GRas fl RoVefs BOOK GO e PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES + TO SUIT EVERY TASTE 1f Give us a cat and inspect our line of goods They are the 3 finest of their kind in the city OT WOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES 1 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 43t w Jeffersoii Street + t + it it fQQQQ + + + + PmUrat HIIIII I I I 11 I I I H IIIIH+HHIHH1IF GOES UP But the Price and Quality of Mulloys HighGrade Goods Remain the Same Santos 7 Ibs for 100 Special 6lbsfor 100 Hew Blend 5 Ibs for 100 Honduras 41bsfor 100 Mocha and Java 3lbsfor 100 If you dont know Mulloys Coffee its time you should Phone a trial order 0 MUJLLOY p ROASTER fl t tfMM pfcoai ijaj g121r Y AHKET STREETII III I I I I I 11 I 1I11I I I H I I I 11 3i1 I 1 iiIMEdilIiII1I I I 1 IifI 1144 =I tIll I I tit I+HI I+H H 1 1 1 11 I I 1 IIH I I HIH 1 1 H 1 11 NORTON GURD COFFEE CO t OFtHIGH GRADE COFFEES IMPORTERS OF FINE TEAS r Office Warerooms and Mills 347 W Main J4 I I I I + ttttf t t tf + 4 + 43 II IIH III 41 + + 1344 + + 11 I Bottled in Bond 1 a Quart i Y f WM i WINES WHISKIES AND CIGARS 214210218 SEVENTH Ti Itiis + t It U tI t It tt It t I I I t I It rr W9f ww ww roe aANNOMI r COFFEE 8Yernd Gleubrook WhiSkey BORGMANN A a VlcePrts HJBANNON Genl MgrN M WOLTRING Secretary COFFEB R B BANNON Treasurer PBnDOn SewsrrPipo Go II SaK PipeKawmft for Steam Conduits wan CevJRjL Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving prices FAn heelag Flatspe Flme Lining Firn BricK cn Grate and Seller Tile Greaad Fire Clay CUaaey Tops Lawn Vases Vltfifled Sidewalk Brick OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON TBtBPHONHS73 WORKS 13th acri Lextagtoa aad Magnolia Ave Bet 9th and loth TBLBPHONB 2833 h I o n 0 a ro- C r o eo 0e IIo e ee 15 COAT SUITS 101 The long continued warm weather this fall has made the manufacturers anxious to rid themselves of an suitIIConsequently they go at these low prices The lot consists of Suits of latest style of semifitted Coat Norfolk and Prince models The materials are cheviots in all colors and fancy suitings in dark and medium grays All are splendidly ChapIIMisses sizes from 14 to 20 years and for Women from 34 I bust measure 898 For Misses 1250 Suits 1000 For Misses 1500 Suits i WOMENS AND MISSES COATS The Tourist Model Misses Coats in gray and brown mixture clothcollarless style with elaborate velvet braid and trimmings 50inch Black Allwool Cheviot Coat loose back collarless style fancy braid trimmed i 900 Misses Tourist Coats doublehreastedII1100 Womens Long Coats I jPE2LONR I CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Display Great Promptness In Payment of Death Benefits Branch 25 of the Catholic Knights of America met this week In St Johns Hall on East Walnut street and transacted business in a manner that commends the order to Catholics everywhere After one candidate had been balloted for and elected resolu tions on the death of the late Thomas Carpenter were presented and adopted It was nimtincfil that the voucher for iiis widow and arrived and in m interesting review Secretary E J Mann gave statistics showing the amount the deceased had paid during his twentyseven years membership as against the 2000 paid at his death He also called atentlon to the promptness with which the Supreme officers had acted only fifteen days having elapsed between death and the payment of the claim The mem hers of Branch 25 think this case alone Is sufficient inducement for atholics to become beneficiaries of the order As November 30 is the last day for what is known as the hustling period during which sub stantial gains have been made in all the States those who desire to pro tect their loved ones would do well to present their applications nowI IMPORTANT Meeting of Trinity Council- Y M I Next Monday Evening The meeting of Trinity Council V if L next Monday evening will be devoted strictly to plans ami filial preparations for the building of the new club house Circulars havj biien sent out requesting every mwiber to lie present at this meeting to give their opinions and offer suggestions for the best plans possible in completing arrangements At thin regular meeting Monday evening during the absence of the regular officers Second Vice President William P Luckett presided with grace and dignity and John J Sullivan acted as First Vice Presi dent The entertainment committee brought in n report of the minstrel and festivalail received a vote of thanks for the earnest efforts they had made in each undertaking Paul Henry suggested that steps be taken to organize a council in St Louis his former home as there was ample ma terial In that district THE TIME SET POP the Opening of the Great Irish International Exposition A London upcclul dispatch to the American press says the time has ben set and that next May will see the opening of the great Irish International Exhibition In Dublin The guarantee fund now amounts to 1000000 Lord health leading the list with 50000 The buildings will resemble in scheme those of the last Paris Exposition A prominent teat urn will be a great dome the elevation of which will be equal to half that oC St Pauls Cathedral In London There Is no doubt that many In tUU country will make this the occasion for a vlMt to Ireland unit In some quarters partier are being formed with a view of obtaining special rates FALLS TO EATII William Ynntz twentythree years old met with sudden and unexpected I death Tuesday afternoon While working on the SchaeferMeyer Brew I j Ing Companys building lie fell a distance of forty feet and was killed almost instantly his neck being broken Persons who were passing were startled by his shriek as lie fell to the ground in an apparently lifeless heap They rushed to his as aigtance and the city ambulance wits I C 0ana I SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month MulloyViceClines Recording SecretaryThomas Keenan Jr- Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerCharles J Finegan SergeantatArmsHdward Craddic- DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice President William T Meehan TreasurerOwen Keiran- RecordingSecretaryJosepb T Lynch Financial Secretary John T Keancy DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice PresidentJohn Hennessy Recording SecretaryDennis j Cole manFinancial SecretaryJohn G Hessiou r 1714 Baird TeasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArms mas Noon Sentinel Martin Sheehan DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month- PresidentJohn A Murphy Vice PresidentJoseph L Lenihan Recording Secretary Prank P Burke Financial SecretaryEmmet OSulli van 1520 Seventh street Treasurer William J Connelly SergeantatArmsRo rt Mitchell SentinelWilliam Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE- Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at PIaus Hall County PresidentMichael Kenney PresidentRobert Gleason VicePresldentMlchael Breen TreasurerLouis Constantine Recording Secretary J B Murphy JrFinancial SecretaryJohn Kinney SergeaotatarmsJohn E Murphy Bookkeeper Eugene Constantine Banner Carrier Timothy Kinney MarshalJohn A Kennedy YlX I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Charles S Raldy First Vice PresidentLouis J Kieffer Second Vice President D Oliver Pat tonRecording SecretaryJohn L Boland Corresponding Secretary Frank Lana hanFinancial SecretaryFrank d Adams 2141 Rowan street TreasurerDaniel Weber Marshal Janies L Mullnrkey Inside SentinelCharles Oswald Outside SentinelLouis Kinsella FREE Stud u yew niat and wevrilliiilyou PRHU alt paidthleDACEED HSABT PHOTO BBSOCtt We are giving AbsolutelyFr duceourllood Just send name and address and ire will end It to you at once Wrltenow ThUmav not appearagdin AlllMl TOIOimWIiW CO 26 Custom Boise St PROVIDENCE n I summoned tint the unfortunate man died just as It arrived Ynntz was a bricklayer and unmarried and resid ed with his mother Mrs Charles Yantz at 7I East Ormsby avenue I Besides his mother he is survived by a sister Miss Ada Yantz and a c brother George Yantz His funeral took place Thursday afternoon from St Pauls church llev Thomas York tl officiating at the sad and solemn obsequies EUCHRE FOR UNITY 1 The Entertainment Committee Unity Council Y M L of New ofII bany has completed arrangements for what promises to be almost pleasant euchre at St Joseph Hall next Wednesday afternoon and night Fifteen handsome prizes will be awarded The following Wednesday the same committee will give n sel ect dance at Maeunercher Hall for j the members of the council and their friends b ILJwjj 0 4 APPOINTED President Martin Names Deb uilcs For Young Mens Institute Albert F Martin Grand President of the Young Mens Institute Ken tucky jurisdlctin this week sent out notice of appointment to those who have been selected to be his deputies VkM I in Kentucky and Tennessee Is making rapid strides and under the guidance of the new appointees it is expected that the steady growth wilt continue This jurisdiction is perhaps the richest in the country and In this city alone there are two councils Mnckin and Trinity that aggregate a membership of about 1000 The latter is erecting 25000 club in the Highlands and Mackin housuII second to none in the city the work that President Martin and lees colleagues propose to push until every council In the jurisdiction owns its own home The appointment of Charles S Rnidy of Louisville and Fred Arnold of Owensboro as Deputy Grand Presidents for the jurisdiction at large will meet with approval everywhere as will also those also of the following who are recognized as leaders among the Catholic men of their respective sections Louisville Edward Keltyof Trin ity Council Eastern Kentucky John Heuser of Lafayette Council Newport Lexington John B Shannon of Barry Council Western Kentucky L Mi Hill of DeFraine Council Lebanon TennesseeA C Franciola of CHickasaw Council Memphis FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENT David Hannon Caught and Arm Is Torn From Socket David Hannon who resides In New Albany but is employed at the plant of the Louisville Box and Basket Com pany at Thirtyfifth nail Hank streets met with n frightful accident Wednesday Hannon nail just resumed work after the dinner hour and was running a lathe In the basement In some way his clothing became en tangled1 in the belt and the unfortu nate man was pulled up by the shalt Ing when his arm was torn from the socket nt the shoulder and dropped to the floor His clothing also was nearly all torn from body hisII Hannon displayed remarkable nerve and after freeing himself from the belt walked up to the first floor and not until he sank from ex haustion did any one notice that he had been injured As soon as possible Hannon was removed to the Uni versity Hospital where his injuries were given every attention Yester terdoy he was reported resting easy BEUTFL TO LECTURE Dr Phil G Ueutol Jr has been prevailed upon to repeat his lecture genital organs delivered somo three months ago which won high praise The lecture will take place 4 at Trinity Councils club rooms on East Gray street on Monday evening November 10 and the members of Mnckin and Sot om Councils are ex tended a cordial invitation to be on genital organs delivered some present This lecture Is far above the ordinary being addressed especially to young men and will contain much that they will find well worth her- Ing FATAL ACCIDENT Chester H McCauley a former I lineman for the Louisville Eastern Railway sustained injuries in the South Louisville railroad yards Tues day from the effects of which he died at the CitY Hospital Deceased was twentyeight ears old and lived at 1135 Thirteenth street with his wife and three small children who survive him The funeral took place j Thursday morning at 045 oclock from Sacred Heart church The remains were taken to Chicago Ky I for burial a- r n It I Hit It H 1t + I GREAT SALE opT EXMATTRESSES I Pat Sept 1 1803 Oct II 100- 4jj 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 Chas A Fisher cE Co + This mattress is made inlayers of Elastic Cotton Felt Smooth sur- face1 no tufts visible Ticking is not punched full of holes No outside tufts to collect dirt and vermin Evenly elastic ove entire surface 1 Constructed on scientific principles by improved method JAMES GREENE425 427 429 EAST MARKET STREET It 6t I I It tI FALL CARPETS AND RUGS In an almost endless assortment are the attractions at Louisvilles Foremost Carpet Store Qualities always reliable prices always ri- glitHUBBUCHBROSI 524 526 528 West Market Street = A=BE SURE TO CALL FORII McKENNA WHISKYI i t I I IT IS ALWAYS PURE Kylmii r HEATING STOVES COAL S RANGESand COOK STOVES Our assortment for this season is the choicest we have ever had and almost all of our stock is Home Manufacture GEHERSON217 West Market Street 00000000 FOLrLrOV THE CROwiA- nd you givingYOUR UNITED LAUNDRY CO Incorporated HAND WORK A SPECIALTY B fe GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 1188493732 T N SHEPARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 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