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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i iiaM r- x r KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN VOLUME XIXNO 14 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 5 1907 PRICE FIVE CENTS OVERTAXATION Tho Cause of Irelands MaterialI Grievances at Present Moment Iledruond Scores Enemies of Irish Party at Big Long ford Meeting I Would Welcome Any Man Who Would Assist Nations Cause WATCHING THE TRIAL OF FARRELL i r John Hedmond the leader of the Irish Parliamentary party addressed a big meeting hold at Longford on Sunday under the direction of the United Irish League Speaking of the prosecution of Mr Farrell M1 1 and others Mr Red niond sold they would watch how the r jury for the trial was empanelled and If it was fairly empanelled on the same principles and in the same way thin juries were empanelled In flag land and Scotland Mr Farrell would k have no fear or hesitation in sub h miffing his conduct to their verdict There was just one contrast Mr Hed mono said which he wished to draw t before leaving the subject The hew I wouldbe lenders pf Irish public opin ion with no record behind Jhcin who today were denouncing the policy and action of the Irish party Were being patted on the back by every antiIrish paper In England from the Times downward while the mem bers nf the Irish party whom tliQjj fattnarrest and prosecution This one fart said the speaker ought to be Mifficient to point the moral of tIle political situation for the Irish people Mr Redmond then proceeded to oral with a subject to which lie devoted a considerable portion of his speech namely the question of the overtaxation of Ireland by which he J said the country hind been robbed of between 400000000 and 500000000 within the last hundred years This rested on the authority of n Itoyal Commission England appointed the tribunal selected the jury and now the verdict having been given against her it is Impossible for her to dis pute it The speaker then wont ontoinbt t doxtltC r a Qf union by which Ireland was onto contribute to tine general cx pejises of the empire in proportion 16 her resources and wealth This overtaxation Mr Heomond said was he greatest of nil her material x grievances and was the cause in one shape or another of every one of s the material grievances of Ireland 4atthis moment That there had peen no strong vigorous and universal movement in Ireland against this hIm- position Y almost spade one despair of 6 ones country Here was a cause for union of all classes creeds and pol itics std such a union if real and determined would hah secured a remedy Mr Redmond continued to f say that he was recently asked why t lie would not inaugurate an AllIre land movement on this question They had had what was called an AllIre land movement on the question in d the Irish Financial Reform LenglleI oriel It was the National party aloneI vhaF kept the question olive for tlwI last ten years They would raise the question again when Parliament met but no serious headway could be made unless the people of Ireland created a strong movement behind the party to support it The speaker then canto to deal with the letter from Cardinal Logue which was published on Saturday Ills Eminence called for a cessation of the bickering among Irish Na tionalist members With all my heart declared Mr Itedmond I re echo his words I hope his words WI will have some effect with till bickererfi They have no application to me 1 am no bickerer They have ii3 application ti my colleagues the Irish party The Irish party is a body of men consisting of seventy orI eighty bound together by the + mentary pledge pud I say that these men are united in policy and action and among them there is no bicker ing The bickering Is outside our ranks and I sincerely hope that Hi1 Eminences counsel will have some effect with the bickerers and Ills riotunionists1 n only in our ranks but if we can let us get assistance from outside For his part he would welcome any man of any creed or class who chose toI come and give assistance on any Irish question So far from repelling such men he would welcome them with all his heart but he was bound in hon city to say that his profound convict lion was that in the long run thev must rely upon their own Nationalist movement and that K thejp towed their movement to go slack or broken or allowed the rationalist St party to be disbanded then all the movementsHocnlleil AllIreland would not be worth a pinch of salt In his concluding sentences Mr Itedmond called on the people to strengthen the Nationalist organizn i t fathersdidthat might perhaps be threatened to them by the ruling powers of the day What he asked is a little Imprisonment to an Irish Nationalist My own feeling always was that I was never worth my salt until thelyoung men bo re6gnrdjess absolutely of consequences such as these Let them band themselves together Let- their English roas ern see that they are In earheat that they will stand o F no nonsense on this Irish question that we will have to be governed ni freo born men that we will have t a be governed by laws made by our selves as in the case all over tin JetIt that pending the realization orthatt hope If legislation is not fast enough we willuse other methods of promot- Ing reforms let them understand once and for all that if they can not govern Ireland by the methods olt freedom that they wont be able 1tn govern Ireland nt all let them understand that it is a difficult and un pleasant and hateful task to attemptt to govern this country against the will of the people and the moment the people of England realize that you will be on the threshold of your freedom AFTER FIRST PLACE Hibernians Hold Great Rally and Plan For the Future Extra chairs were required for the accommodation of the large number that were present nt the meeting of nightofumns that some radical action was contemplated put all on the qul vivo and served to show that the true Irish spirit exists in the breast of every member of Division 1 the old est in this city After receiving the application of Thomas McCabe and electing F G Breslln to membership the Visiting Committee reported that Martin Norton was still seriously ill When the other business had been transacted President Clines arose and set forth the reasons for the circular the members had received President Clines explained the necessity for members attending the meetings congratulating the large numbers as sembled and statin tlmt the officers were pvor readyfor any duty tumid oifl Spirited Division 1 to be again the5 Teller His remarks were well received and show that all arc willing to aid in again moving into first placeThomas Walsh snss many whom lie thought lied left the country but it was n pleasure to him to see them still living and going along well Hav ing weathered all storms and with a record for true Hibornlanism that cant be surpassed mil the members now knowing their location the 11 vision will now resume Its former vigor and activity Focma State President Martin Cuslclc palil a glowing tributo to the members of the past in a masterly review ol the history of the division which was never in a better condi tion He urged all to stjjnd by their 6hTrt jt+otiffEee drtltntiMlsmSrirganUitlQB might enjoy still greater prosperity as within its ranks will always he found the best class of Irishmen Thomas Tarpey William M Hig gins Capt Tom Fitgibbons Hobert T Magna Thomas Dolan and a num ber of others also spoke saying that the members were firmer than ever in their devotion to the Ancient Order but that many had failedl to attend meetings during the summer because of their confidence in the officers in whose hands their Interests were absolutely safe The result of the meeting were most gratifying and show that the Hiber nian spirit Is still undiminished An other such meeting is looked for on next Friday night CORK HAS XO CRIME People with Irish blood will be very proud of the report that comes from Cork especially now that English statesmen are discoursing eloquently upon Irish crime says the Jesuit Messenger Justice Johnson opening the Cork assizes called attention to the fact that there were only two cases to be tried one for stealing postal orders another for perjury With the exception of these two there were no charges of crime in Cork for that session Yet Cork is a seaport with over 100000 popula tion And yet we hear continually in Parliament of Irish crime We do not know if the Justice is a Catholic or not but in addressing the jury he gave the credit of this marvelous condition to the parochial schools I believe myself it is due entirely to the hard work and honesty anti self denial of those ladles and men who with a higher Ideal of time Christian life devote their lives by precept and example to instruct those whom they teach and among whom they live The Judges of Limerick and Boyle announced similar conditions- In those cities CAR SEALER BREAKS LEO I William H Kennedy employed as a car sealer by tho Plttsburg Cincinnati Chicago and St Louis rail way and residing with his father Patrick Kennedy at 218 West Sixth street New Albany met with an accident Tuesday night that will lay him up for some time Kennedy was checking up a train of cars and climbed on top of a cut to look after his work carrying his lantern in one hand While thus engaged and be fore he knew It he came to the end of tho cut and walked off falling with great force and sustaining a bad fracture of his left leg between the knee and thigh He was at onco taken to the hospital whore ho is resting easy but Buffering much pain JUBILEE ORATORIO Preparations are going on In Rome at the musical school founded by Abbe Perosi the composer and di rector of the Sistine Chapel for the rendering of a new composition of his on which ho has been working for some time and which is intended to render honor to the Pope during his jubilee year The new omposl lion Is an oratorlo entitled Soul and competent musicians who have had a chance to examine it declare I that it is perhaps the best of the s Abbes creations Over four hundred children attend the school of mtisio founded by the composer and will all take part in the rendering of theIInow oratorio in the presence of the 1I lope assisted by the members of tho Sistine Chapel choi- rANNIVERSARY Celebration at St Frances of Rome Church in Clifton I Tomorrow the Rev Thomas White tand the Catholics of Clifton will celebrate with solemn and appropriate services the twentieth anniversary of the dedication of St Frances of Itdlne congregation families and upon this anniversary peoplehavethe steady growth of their number and the still brighter outlook for time future Father White has done re markable work during those years trectlng a church and school both of which are now Inadequate to the needs of the parish Notwithstanding ull he had to contend against Father White has almost entirely freed the congregation from debt only 3000 y et remaining to be paid and when this Is done a new church edifice that will surpass any In that section will replace the one now in use The solemn exercises will begin In the morning whim masses will be celebrated at 730 nncl10 oclock but the principal celebration will take place at the solemn vespers at 730 oclock In mho evening when the eloquent Father Hayes of Bowling Green will preach the sermon Rev Patrick Walsh of the Snored Heart church who smug the first mass on time day of the dedication of StITrances church will sing the solijnin vespers and nil time local clergy who andoccupyThe musical programme will be of a high order and will be rendered byI ah augmented choir under the direct tion of Mrs James J Donahue Father White will welcome all his friends and old members of the parJJ ish at this celebration FEDERATION Will Discuss General Matters and Plans For Fall and Winter I q The regular monthly meeting of 1 time Federation of Catholic Societies vlll be ito S1nt the Gathpllc Womens i Oh tffcMltoMtime warm even tier ifnow past frMf fIhatf of the delegates to discuss general mat tens and lay out plans for the fall and winter sessions A supply of the last number of the Federation Bulletin will he on hand for distribution J among those present The dole gates are asked to bring with them such friends as they tummy eee fit und who will take an interest In federa tion matters The entertainment or literary part of the meeting will bo in charge of the delegates from the various divisions of the A O IL and time lady delegates front the C K and L of A This will be added to by an address on the part of Edward Nelhaus editor of the Glnubensbote which may be looked forward to with a certainty of pleasure und instruc i tion Owing to removal from the t city Thomas Garvey is no longer ablo to act ns Secretary His place has been filled by the appointment of James Kelly for the unexplred term I Time officers earnestly urge all dele gates to be present and promise In f advance to do nil in their power to r snake the meeting one of a pleasant nature and Instructive to nil who attend HUMILIATE FAIRBANKS k The friends of Charles W Fair banks Vice President of the United States and candidate to succeed Theodore Roosevelt feel greatly humiliated over his turn down by the Indiana Methodists Vice President j Fairbanks aspired to be one of Indianas lay delegates to the Gen J oral Conference of the Methodist Episcopal church to be meld at Balti j more next May nt the lay electoral conference held last Friday at Colum hits Ind There were twenty candi nates with seven lay delegates to be I elected and the contest was n spirited one Six ballots wore taken and on the fifth tho name of Vice Pres lilent Fairbanks was withdrawn from the contest There were 193 votes cast and ninetysix were necessary to l election On the first ballot the Vice President received seventynine votes and on each subsequent ballot his tote grew smaller until it reached thirtyeight when his name was withdrawn Much of the time of the conference was taken up with politi ml speeches LOOK OUT FOR THEM Catholics throughout Kentucky should look out for two impostors who have been driven from several l adjoining States The two bogus j priests wearing the Oriental cos t tumo and soliciting for Catholic Institutions in Chaldln Assyria are j operating with false credentials and have swindled unsuspecting people of quite largo sums of money t WONT WORRY THEM I j There is an Irish girls face on one of the new United States gold coins I It Is of course a pretty one but I some of unreasoning prejudices are complaining about It They probably want the oldfashioned straightnosed I symbol They will probably not Bee I Ii sufficient number of the new coins i however to keeptip the fuss o R n c VVV PAPAL EDICT t jMny Stop For ThoFuture AllJI Tradiucr by Itfligious Order iWill Suppress 2Ianufacturo ol Famous Boiiedictluo and Chartreuse ConI 1ttal LastIII Encyclical NEW MOVE CAUSED MUCH SURPRISE XcYorkSjhday says Intheoftheworld prescribing tlioii a report be JIIsholsnndsvimialmdealliquors beer and confectionery The new move of the Vat gh authoritiesimps caused great u prlse there because for the lpal fifty years many pronihment rellS orders like the Carthusians tlsenedictinestime Franciscans anifrJJTumoroiw re acquiredthejust the trade nbout witeh the Pope now desires full detnjjs It is assorted there that Piu intends to suppress ull eommjrjjiiii indertakings among the religious r ors and con gregations and thajMfB has already ttppointcd a enmmisi of Cardinals belonging to that gregntion of- Bisltops amid leggtitml tto study the matter Comnmercinl proclJ among time mlnol religious ordc are hoof very common in Italy of TQs In Rome itself there are inQ fence several female religious congVegatlons which make a specialty ofijOjljctionery Of ate this has been tte use all over Italy owing to the iffioi that mummy religious congregntlQ OXpelled from France which l hadtiStahliehed thein selves In Italy couldof start at mice successful FlgJJIJ Und lmd n hard time to proIu living for their Inmates In dfhijrI couiTtrlesl hots ever things aiJ satno POI over n hundred year jt Cnrtlmusian Monks ot the Ablironobin In- gmn JIY3 t sal j tin m nil f rnfm I thlJhaeof the Holy See because under the late Pope the order agreed to supply over a million dollars a year out nt their profits for the support of ecclesiastical Institutions at tome Such Is the ones also with the Heiu illctino Order which has been mak ing a specialty of u liquor which is fumed all over tie world Even in the United States there lire religious orders which deal in some alimentary specialty and the Vatican authorities have already been informed that a prominent Institution in Pennsyll anla makes a large yearly profit from the sale of a special kind of leer which Is famed nil over the country as an excellent beverage There is no doubt that Pope Pius X intends j to stop all such commercial trans I actions and there is n cry of dismay I sot only from the religious orders concerned but also front several Itomnn institutions and colleges which haws been mainly supported from the proceeds of these enter c rises For instance the Henedictine i University of St Anne up on the ventire stag almost wholly built outI of the proceeds of the sale of the Itenedictine liquor which brings a profit of about a million dollars aIyear to the order The Carthusian Order like 4kc Benedictine Monks was ordered Ity the late Pope to contribute some funds for the support of church institutions and the j Carthusian Order for over twenty years imps given a million dollars annually for the support of the Preach College in tome The Ilenc iltctine Order has practically sup ported Its university out of the sate i of the famous liqnorIPrelates who know the trend orI nlnd of the piesent Pope say that Pius X is very strict about rules ana discipline and wishes to reform alli the religious orders of the churchI Afrendy he has commanlid that the sale of the nostrum iss ud by tic Carmelites be stopped anti the Popes command lies had an immediate effect Hut the problem rcu st iMscussed is the means of support ofI the Catholic Institutions which haeIfound ways and means from the net profits of the religious orders nnllI low the numerous French congrega tions now settled In Italy will be able to support themselves by educa tionnl work Several reports llnyeI already been filed with HId Vatican authorities by religious orders and congregations showing that it would be impossible for them to live without Indulging in commercial pursuits There is no doubt that the Pope will take all these reports under consider ation hat in the meantime there is fear anti trembling Following the Issuance of the latest Papal encyclical against modernism secret orders have been issued by the Vatican authorities to all the gen oral superiors of the religious orders that they skull attend to the repres lion of professors and teachers in their Orders who expound advanced ideas in their schools In fact the secret instructions just wont out authorize not only the general superiors but also the provincial and the local superiors to expel from the order any member who shall not have complied with the orders contained i A rl- ii In the latest Papal encyclical TinC new decree issued by Pius X II1s Ii prorislonbecauseall religious teaching establishment to exert the uttmost vigilance ove f the teaching Imparted in their schools and if necessary to extent1 such vigilance over the private correspondence of the inmates of thou discoveifr dI recentlytonlyInand in America also DOWN WITH DEBT Mackin Council Will Cancel All But One Small Note With the horse show as a counter attraction Tuesday night there was only a fair attendance at the meeting of Mackin Council but President busIness deferring 12 The report that Clarenco Zook pioneermember feelIng pressed time hope that ho would soon recover Announcement was made Sulllanhadmeetingto retary Frank Adul11 nbigstatonmontthat ordered paidforenthusiasmWith Intimated pay off nearly all its Indebtedness which Thishasprosettadntinistratlon celebration notostorDEFIED BY BISHOP Scoundrelly Threat Against Life of Right Rev B J McQuaId The JMcQuaidutterminces blessing Cat11olle fcunleal i r u h ra iii 1 tub ivunuBs viimdeclaredI have moneybutsum protectmycountrywhich1 want those mylifenofearthem arc untfcr oath to take my life deadina stiletto in my back than pay one dol lar which would reflect upon the protout theHOIhestlrBishop McQuald disclosed as being aimed at his life can find root only pervertsdegenerates tion and are enemies of any country which they may curse with their presence They know no Jtiw no re ligion anti respect nothing but their own vlleploltlng brains They arehas likely to direct blade or against the Protestant as the Cath olic Their hand is against every min and every mans hand should be turned for the public good to de libertyTherefusing to be blackmailed his cour ageous words In defining his attitude toward his wouldbe murderers stirs admiration In every decent man GERMANS ARE RAMPANT Tic PanGerman League that has just completed its congress nt Wles baden showed no love for England and in vehement language condemned policyTheBritain Is continuing to pursue an antiGerman policy the alum of which encirclingherers This policy it is declared iis j pursued with the same persistency by the present Liberal Government In England as by the preceding Conservative Cabinet and can not be journalhutsdemonstrations of sentimental friend ship The enmity between Great Britain and Germany it Is added In based on real economic and commer cial as well as well as political rival aredetermined j antipathiesMOURN illS Il t1TlIii After a sevenyear illness of in tense suffering borne with the most heroic fortitude exPresident Martin Fox of the Iron MoldorV National Union Americas greatest trades h union lender and a man of international reputation passed away at noon Saturday at his home in Cin cinnati He was one of the founders of the American Federation of Labor and was lovingly known as The Apostle of Industrial Peace being the first of the national trades union promulgatedthetion agreements between employers and employes but i1 tthem into 0- uI i I practical offect in the stove foundr business of the United States nn depthfI tpf come as personal bereavement not only tt thousands of trade union men in tu bulnnr WhOlThonoreds andtlc Interest of industrial pence between employers und employes Survivinj fivcdaughters1 1 took place Tuesday morning I CARDINAL HELPLESS Ruin That Is Being Wrought by Dissensions In Ireland His Eminence Cardinal Logue has theTunmtotherequestingthebring gether the Irish leaders Messrs Ked IInllhuunllforseparatestobridgefollowingIn happytomy power to promote unity and liar mony among the Irish Nationalist members of Parliament as 1 feel convinced that their bickerings mire terribly prejudicial to the interests of the country I could n6t however place myself in the awkward position- If volunteering my mediation In the matter with the likelihood of having my interference In their disputes re hytheunless I he Invited to take action in helplcsll in the welfare of the country nt bydissension FARTHEST MISSION Plus X once said that all the great cities of America are now owing to modern facilities for trevellng and Communication almost tit the walls of lone It will be therefore of in terest to learn of time Catholic mU ion that is furthest from Home and to recall the devotion of the men employed there throwing Peters spotTAolniost on the Artic Circle Churches schools and1 habitation of wood haves rW1g up our time shore at time in- sunjl1lknf 110lu1skJcuttr i110 HTI igjiteffiiumometer nhowTJTgI j low zero tho sea frozen from October Ito Tune life there will to put it mildly scarcely be reckoned pleas ant And yet there are Teault priests in that ice region carrying out tho order Go teach ajl nations Such Is the mission farthest from the center f Christendom PRIESTS DAUGHTER MARRIES In last weeks Catholic Telegraph twos the following notice which will be rend with Interest here The mnrringe of hiss Elizabeth OMke and Mr 1 H Haller of Louis vllle Ky tool place Tuesday morn lug nt St 1uul s church flew Dr Pohlschneldir performed the cere morn and celebrated the nuptial mans which followed assisted by the llevs Joseph Duerstnek mid Francis Sieforf Hevs Francln Lamming and George Yon der Abe were also pres t Int Time brffle is the daughter of the Hev Henry A Ottke of Lawrence burg Tenn who after the death of ils young wife began his studies for the priesthood Father Ottke wan formerly of Cincinnati lint affiliated with the Nashville diocese The young couple will make their home In Louisville BLESS THIS OIIDER l Ibis few there are who realize the great work being done by the Cath aBc Knights of America During the more than thirty years of Its existence tint order has paid the Immense sum of 1502000045 to the bene i ficiaries of 8384 deceased members These beneficiaries were in nearly all cases widows anti orphans the most of whom had time husband and father not been prudent and thought fut enough to provide for himself aII membership in the Catholic Knightu of America would have had to make sacrifices suffer many deprivations and perhaps be divided among char table institutions In all those easithe payment of not a claim has refused unless It were notoriously fraudulent anti this fortunately was extremely rareII BYRNE GOT THE ITuCEI Will J Byrne son of the late Mar tin Bryne and one of the most experienced and widely known live stock men In this section of the counI try wns on Tuesday night elected by the General Council to the office of Live Stock Inspector for Louisville succeeding Dr Bradley whose office selectIoit J is has yet made Inspector Byrne posjj sesses every qualification for the re hponslblo position having spent his entire life In the business Those who have been dealing in Impure meats must now discontinue their criminal and loathsome business WINS IRISH HCiME J Miss Nelhe Mitchell of Wenham Massihas won the Knockmeanc estate a valuable property with a residence which was the first prIze at a bazar hold for the benefit of time church at Hoscommbri last week She is p native of Sllgo and will give the place to her parents C- J d ROSARY SUNDAY a 01el t Will i Dued11Solemnity at St Louis Bertrauds Beautiful October Devotlou in 11I811or of the Blessed Vir gin Mary The Source of Great Benefit and Many Indulgences For the Faithful TWO SPLEHDID SERMONS PROMISED The Rosarywillusual due10lenl11lt toStthmorninglllgllIIII1SS VFloodimpresslc1reaehel1S1 great Order of Preachers A special reneredbyedbynunetuarclmaittheorthebegin ning at 330 vesperscluumted sermonbyt earnes and eloquent preacher and a greatQueen i this procession 300 children will take part and the Hosnry banners will be carried by fifteen young ladies VirginsbodalltJnll In this church eveningmonth This everycvenirgon some mystery of the Hoar or the virtue illustrated in time mystery secondly Joseph before the Blfssed Sacrament enthroned for adoration thirdly of benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament The flouryy month says an eminent authority on the subject10hegan In time yearu1R03 In Spain by the daily and public recitation of the Hosary In honor of time ever blessed Virgin Mary mother yearISOSi juDiud t uii iithtl epees In the year lfiS3 Pope Le6 XIII extended the Hosary month of October to the vboja ohurch in his enc llc111cUerc 1 n i h ing- n nlgllJIM wIr gr n e qtI foillIg lic devotion This indulgence in be gained also by those itio mire legitimately prevented from being performIttion of the Supren Pontiff A plenary indulgence is granted to those who assist rlt at least ten times in the month of Oc tober or saysit privately as above and receive the sacraments of penance siul Holy Eucharist A plenary indulgence is likewise granted to those who confess and communicate on Honnry Sunday or during the octave A plenary i indu epee may be gained each time time jtosary altar be visited from the first vespers of the feast on Saturday afternoon until sunset of Rosary Sun ay provided one receives time sacraments of penance anti HolJ Kiitharist During the visit prayers most bo said for the Popes inten tions These privileges the Holy Father renewed time following year and In 1SS5 he established the Hosary i Month with nil the Indulgences un til time pence and liberty of time church be restored Surely considering the purpose of the Iteverend Pontiff Leo XIII in ex tending the Rosary devotions throughout the whole church until the pence and liberty of the church he restored and considering time present sad condition of the church In France and Italy and the threatening attitude of her enemies in Spin ovary Cnthollc should feel It his duty to take up arms In the Christian sense that is to pray especially to unite in public prayers for the restoration of that pence and liberty so ardently desired The words of Pope Leos many encyclicals on the Urinary come to us now like n voice front the grave in favor of his venerable and noble successor so heavily burdened with crosses Pope Lcq reminds us that the Rosary was Instituted principally to Implore the protection of the Mother of 0 against the enemies of the Cathj name und that it has often nl effectively delivered the church fryi calamities In his first encyellq on time Rosary devotion the grca Pontiff of revered memory writes The heavenly patroness of the hu man race will receive with joy these prayers and supplications and wju easily obtain that the good grow goodnessand the crrlngrepentandb brought Dark to salvation that GtW who is the avenger of crime movq to compassion and mercy shall de liver Christendom and civil society from their present dangers and re store to them that peace which is so much desired KRERS OUT AGAIN Philip Krebs Secretary and TI urer of the Blatz Krebs Stone J patty and one of the promln nifhi nom men of the city who had a nn row escape last Friday In a collisio i11Walquther of painful bruises Is again alJ sufferingfrhis diishedrr wheels f rr T M1 1 NTUC Y IItIs3A11uYLFiRIC A1La S KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflN Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Entered at the LouIsville Postolflce n SecondCUss Hatter Address all Commualcalloni to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Oren St 1 1LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 5 19071 CREATES BAD FEELING a The Irish Worlds needless alarm r regarding the course the Ancient s Order of Hibernians will pursue regarding Irish affairs and its controversy over the National Vibe nlans unimportant utterance touch ing the Sinn Fein movement car effect nothing but bad feeling There l is no reason to doubt the loyaltyol the Ancient Order to Irish home rule which lias thus far received Its earnest and undivided support The Irish World knows that the posltlor so nobly maintained can be changed only through the national convention if the order The National Board nc State Board no County Board or dll vision lies authority to commit tin membership to any Irish policy that lens not first been submitted to amI approved by the national convention For theso good reasons any attempt by outsiders or individual members to direct or censure the order tat large upon its Irish policy will prove futile and perhaps cause dissension where none should exist With Cardinal Loguc we like tt hear the opinions of wellmeaning men who have ideas however foolish on Irish political questions We think it does good to discuss without personal attack these questions and trt consider whether and how tin movement to secure Irish freedom may be strengthened anti accelerates It Is just possible that without such discussions Irish politics might grow stagnant and abuses creep In and the fervor of the people grow cool And we think the sanity and the practicability and the proved value of the political movement inaugurates by Parnell and carried on by his successors will appeal the more strongly to the masses of the people tha more that policy is contrasts with the halribvalneQ schemes of political enthusiacts of whom there art so many The Ancient Order will not stand for any man or measure that would divide its forces will recognize nr faction but will be ever found In ttio van in the struggle for Irish free don To the Irish people we soj thatstanding together they wil becom iriesistable but this happj erudition can never be reached whi bickering Cpd dissension continue wVALID MARRIAGES rMarriages between Catholics where he ceremony Is 1 nerformed by n Justice of the reaceYsare deemed not valid in the eyes of the hurch nut F they are valid under the laws of the State and the decision of the courts Is the church herein placing hersel above the State and defying tit civil authority f To this the Milwaukee CatholIc Citizen answers no declaring tIle church is doing only what the law concedes her a right to do prescrib a ing the conditions of membership within her own communion TIle st latitude of the church on the mar riage question amounts to declaring that any Catholic who marries before 1 a Justice of the Peace makes his exit from the Catholic communion dishonorably discharged There is no conflict with the laws cl the State A Catholic judge on th i bench there to interpret and apply the laws of the land must rule that Catholics married before a Justice of the Peace are validly married under the statutesv In becoming a citizen of the United States a man yields up certain rights and accepts certain duties In becoming a member of the Catholic church a man also yields up certain rights such as marrying before a Justice and accepts certain obliga tions such as that of the Easter Wty In this there Is no encroach faent of the liberty of the citizen tecauso ones membership in a church Is wholly a matter of free will And the sanctions are moral sanctions STANDS WITH TYLER The Republican candidate for Mayor of Cincinnati Col Leopold Irarkbrell stands with Owen Tyler regarding Sunday laws which are the some that carried Mayor Basso to Victory In Chicago Col Markbrelt layers front doors being closed on Srmdaf but all should enjoy the priv fMege of access to the orderly saloon Rny violation of the laws of decency Bfipuid not be brooked and low dives wouldnot be permitted to run Neither would he tolerate gambling in gambling houses but If it were done at peoples residences ho could not consider it any of his business as ayor lam he says in favor- f holeome amusements and good tflMtrioala on Sundays I should favor in a word Sunday amuse meats Here Is a fine opportunttj for liefofmer Ilev M P Hunt who nndIIiDemocracy Investigation has convinced tho authorities that Lord Ashtown and his domestics are responsible for the recent explosion that damaged his house Olenahlry Lodge In the County of Waterford Ireland The police and others have Identified th pot containing dynamite and every thing connected with the affair as belonging to Ashtown and the native ascribed to him Is a desire ito discredit tho Nationalist cause by in tenting acts of terrorism This is a specimen of the methods of non resident Irish landlords John T McDonogh who was Seer tary of State during the two tern that President Roosevelt served u Governor of New York was las Saturday nominated by Hearst Independence League for one of the xncant places on the New York Couiv of Appeals bench William Itandolpl Hearst addressed the convention and W3s bitter in his denunciations of th Legislature the judiciary Gov Hughes Mayor McClellan Thomas 1 P Itynn and others Hon Edward J Dempsey who hnR made Cincinnati an excellent Mnyoi end given that city an honest anll liberal administration was the man mous choice of the Democratic con vontion held Tuesday for another term Natural ability tireless energ pleasing personality and an experi epee In city affairs that eminently fits him for the position are the characteristic of lion Owen Tyler the Democratic nominee for Mayor of Louisville Notice the names of the Chicago beef barons who are soon to be hale into court and made pay the penaltj tine their sins There Isnt a name or the list that has an Irish sound IRELAND WITHOUT HERESY There is no other nation that did not at some time or other set ull some heresy or an antiPope Ire land alone of all the nations never set up a heresy but always remained true to the successor of St Peter Henry VIII robbed the AngloSaxor of his faith but Ireland divided 11 questions of nationality and politico economy was always one in questions of religion The Dane was resisted to the death not because he invaded Its sanctuaries Every man was will lug to war against the invader be ing told by his faith if he fell in sucl a cause they could claim the martyrs crown After 400 years during whlcl Ireland was a vast battlefield Henry VIII found that the nation which was incapable of defending its own liberty because of political divisions became the personification of unity when he touched its religion Like one man all arose and exclaimed The King can rob us of our posses lions he can exile us he can put us to death but he can never separate us from the See of Rome or the sue cessor of the Apostles GROCERY MAGNATE Jim Butler who of late has at tracted much attention upon the turf and made Matt Winn manager of his track at Yonlcers not many years ago was a porter in a New York grocery store He was however a hard working and shrewd young Irishman with his eyes open for opportunities Saving his money he opened a grocery store of his own Then another and then another until finally today he has nearly two hundred stores in Greater New York He is rated In the millionaire class Butler is a Catholic and has given generously to the church SPELL IS BROKE Letters from Supreme President Felix Gaudin state that the hot weather spell has been broken and that everywhere confidence and interest in the Catholic Knights of America Is being manifested Notwithstanding the usual summer drawbacks eight new branches have been instituted and in nearly every city in the country preparations are being made for initiations Here in Louisville the Knights might well pend some of their spare time in setting forth the advantages of the C K of A and thus strengthening their membership THIS IS RICH The Boston Citizen A P A haws how Archbishop Ireland is running the country It speaks of him as the political boss ol Minhe ota And yet it tells us that John Ireland is hardly known in Minnesota jolltics To the voters generally he is simply a shrewd wily Jesuit relate Must we Infer that he is a temilt in disguise If so his disguise has succeeded even with the Jesuits IAn old housekeeper says thata in the tinIsoutid ripe applet placed cake box will keep the loaves from trying or crumbling i On r DEMOCRATIC TICKET I United States Senator J C W BECKHAM Governor S W HAGER Lieutenant Governor SOUTH THIMBLE Secretary of State HUBERT VREELAND Auditor HENRY BOSWORTH Treasurer RUBY LAFFOON Attorney General JOHN K lIExDmdtS Superintendent Public Instruction M O WINFREY Commissioner of Agriculture J W NEWMAN Clerk Court of Appeals JOHN CHENAULT Railroad Commissioner CHARLES C McCIIOR- DREGISTRATION Shows the Democratic Part In the Lead by Big Majority The registration held here Tuesdaj and Wednesday was the most orderly ever held the only complaints mode being against men who are affiliated with the Republican party Ocr 45000 names were registered the Democrats jawing a lead of 5000 which makes them sanguine of sup cess at the November election Not a complaint was made against the police or firemen and the election will show that there was no found lion for many of the charges laid against theru by hotheaded poll ticians and partisan newspapers There will be a supplementarj registration for the benefit of those who were sick or absent from the city but it is not thought the number will be sufficient to make any change from the present standing of the parties A greater number registered as independent this year than evci before but there is every reason to believe that when election day comes they will cast their votes for the Democratic ticket COXXOI SULLIVAN The marriage of Mss Josie C Sullivan and Dr John J Connolly was solemnized with a nuptial mass iii the Church of the Holy Name on Tuesday morning October 1 at 530 oclock Rev John OConnor officiating Messrs Thos and Wm Sullivan brothers of the bride were the al tendants After the ceremony a wed ding breakfast was served at the home of the bride on the Grand Boulevard to a number of relatives and friends of the happy couple Later Dr and Mrs Connolly left for a trip South and after October 151 they will be at home to their friend at 2917 Fourth avenue The bride iIs one of the most widely known and popular young women in Soutli Louisville where she has always had a large circle of friends and admirers Dr Connolly is a physician of great promise who formerly resided 01 Newport Some years ao I tie do cdcd to make Louisville his future home where he would have a wider field for the practice of his profes sion HUSH SPIRIT FOR PRIEST Because the parishioners knew his modest character and at the same time were desirous of aiding him financially because of his failing health members of St Patricks church Chicago sent their pastor the Rev Father T F Galllgan out of the city for a week Then they raised a purse of 5385 by subscription On Ills return the priest was presented with the money anti urged to leave Chicago for the winter and go In search of health This he reluctantly consented to do but was pre ailed upon and this week left on Ills trip MARTIN CUSICK CHOSEN Monday night after a banquet at the Seelbach Hotel a local branch of the International Custom Cutters Association of America was organ- Ize John T Berry of Nashville who is President of the international body was present as the guest of honor School Trustee Martin Cuslck who is with J M Borntraeger was the unanimous choice for President the other officers being Arthur W Fry all and W R Stanbury The aim of the organization is to encourage high class work- DONOIIUE RESIGNS l After years of faithful service Martin J Donohue one of the most efficient members of the Louisville Selective department resigned from ihe force on Tuesday Ills reason therefore was that he was a Democrat and interested in the success of electionacoct without violating anyof the orders of the Mayor or Board of Safety BELL WILL SOON RING It will not be long until a bell will ling from St Edwards Hospital in New Albany A handsome belfry Is being placed on the roof of thatlnl titutlon and when finished it Will add greatly to the appearance of that imposing building CONFIRMATIONS Last Sunday the Right Rev Bishop Donaghue of Indianapolis held confirmation services at Bloomington and Bedford the class at the latter place numbering thirty boys and girls trw w i SOCIETY i Mrs R B Lancaster left last Saturday for a visit to her parents at Lebanon Miss Blanche Campion of Floyd Knobs is vlsitlnbg her cousin Miss Corinne Bryne 1808 West Jefferson street Mr and Mrs J M Meehan have icturned from Russellville where they were the guests of Mrs L M1 Lannin R E OConner and James B Me Gill have been enjoying n season tof test and recreation at West Bade Springs Col Frank Fehr left this week for Mount Clemens Mich where he wJll seek relief from an acute attack e of rheumatism Miss Margaret Winn has been receiving much social attention sat Madison Ind as the guest of Mrs Minnie Lockard Misses Lillle and Maggie Denser who were the guests of relative here have returned to their home at Charlestown Ind oThe annduncement of the engagement of Miss Eva Gofllnet and John J Grogan was premature and not authorized by either party Col John F Kellner of the Franl Fehr Brewing Company who has been suffering from throat trouble is reported much improved Miss Amy Breslin has almost en tlrely recovered from an illness that has confined her for several weeks to her home in Parkland Gus Harms of Twentysixth anti Magazine streets is home from ia ten days stay at French Lie Springs much improved in health Mrs James W Bryan and daughter Miss Katherine are home from Cov ington after a delightful visit with Mrs William Martin Wallace Place Misses Margaret and Ann Moriarity of 1316 West Broadway returned home Monday from a visit to friends and relatives at Jllcl nan The many admirers of Miss Llllli Burns of Clifton will be gratifIed to know that she has almost entireli recovered from her recent indisposi thin Mrs John A Murphy of Parkland who spent the summer with relative In Ireland has returned home accompanied by her husband who met her in Chicago Mrs Wm Patterson who has bee 111 at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospi tal has sufficiently recovered to b able to be removed to her home on West Main street The many friends of Mrs M J Schnelderhan who has been seriouslY ill at her home 1821 West Chestnu street will be glad to know that her condition Is greatly improved A little son has arrived at the horn of Mr and Mrs Charles Mlvelaz 23i 7 West Chestnut street and the proud parents are devoting much time amI attention to his many demands Mrs John Fisher of 1808 West Jef ferson street who has been ill for along time is reported as being now on the road to recovery which will be welcome news to her man friends The dance given Monday night by the Mackln Social Club at the clubhouse was a decided social success Judged from the large attendance this series of dances will be the most popular yet given Miss Irene Binford the attractive daughter of Valter Binford of the Jourier Journal who has been Jll in Virginia of typhoid fever has re turned home accompanied by her brother Harry Binford Edward C Weber and Miss Clara H Ulrich who were united in the holy bonds of wedlock this week nit now enjoying their honeymoon trip They will return and be at home to their friends alter Sunday week Misses Mamie McStene and Anna Mullen who have been spending a two weeks vacation at Martinsville arc expected home today They write that they are having a most enjoy able time and that both are much improved in health Edward Smith and wife who are here from Chicago visiting relatives have been receiving much social attention and making many new riends who will regret their departure for the Windy City Miss Katherlne Grimes entertained the members of the Good Will Social hub on Thursday evening at her home in ortland Following the ames there was an artistic musical rogramm4 and a light luncheon In the presence ol a number of lends Miss Elizabeth Andres and Albert Animer well known young people ol New Albany were quietly tarried Tuesday evening at St Garys rectory Rev Father Borries performing the ceremony The wedding of Miss Margaret E only to Mr Edward E Kirwan will be quietly solemnized today at noon att St Patricks church by the Rev j Jf Cronin After the wedding the couple will leave on an Extended trip trough the East No invitations have been issued Mr and Mrs George McKinney liave announced the engagement of their daughter Miss Corinne to George J Long The bridetobe Js It charming girl and is a favorite in her social clr le while Mr Long is a yell known apd most worthy young man Their marriage will be sol mnized at the Cathedral in the early fall tho date for which will be announced later- Wednesday morning one of the most notabl of the years weddings Nelson county was solemnized at I I 1 etY f St Josephs church in Bardstown when Miss Lillie May Bean the at tractive daughter of W P Bean ol Coxs Creek became the bride of T 0 Sullivan a prominent farmer residing near Bardstown Imme diately after the ceremony which was performed by Rev C J OCon nell the couple left for Louisville and a trip to the Jamestown Exposition Bpd Eastern cities lIigllandsparty given last Saturday Both the house and tables were effectively decorated in golden rod and palms which were used in profusion The guests were Professor and Mrs Hart Profs Green Jacquoglies and Harmon and Miss Olga Hart andMaster Melvin Hart of St Mary Mrs Kate Graves of St Louis and Misses Rita and Nell Keaney and Tom Keaney Miss Josephine Kiley 1320 West Jefferson street was the hostess at a linen shower Friday evening h in honor of Miss Ruby Mazzoni whose marriage to George Wolff will take place next Wednesday Those pres eat were Misses Catherine Mazzoni Ida May and Loretta Wolff Ethel Hanger Florence Sullivan Josie Uurganini Elsie Elvira and Margie Luvlsl Theresa Dierkes Mayme and Nellie Kiley and Mrs Joseph Cnvoto Miss Ruby Mazzuni and George Wolff will be united In starring Wednesday afternoon at 4 oclock at the Cathedral the Rev Dr Schuh innnn officiating at the ceremony Though no invitations have been is sued a large gathering of friends will be present to witness their union Miss Loretta Wolff sister of the groom will be the maid of honor and Horace Sinnmond will be the best man The brideelect is the youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Mazzoni and is a leader in Italian nodal circles Mr Wolff is a pros perous young business man of the West End The pair will leave on a honeymoon trip to the East and will be at home to their friends after October 15 ANNIVERSARY nAY The St Franclscus Society a Ger man benevolent society of St Peter church will approach holycommt Ion tomorrow morning at the 8I oclock mass and will attend vespers at 230 oclock in the afternoon this date being their yearly anniversary J H Bloemer Is President of the society and Peter Alberts the Secretary This society has the distinction of being the oldest German church organization in the city LANDING DAY BANQUET Local Council 300 of the Knights of Columbus will celebrate Landing day October 12 next Saturday even Ing with a banquet for members ai the Seelbach Hotel P H Callahan Chairman of the Entertainment Committee is endeavoring to have ever member present on that occasion A full list of the speakers and toasts will be announced later HARRY LALLY HOME Harry Lally the well known ball player who was this year with the Columbia team of the South Atlantic League arrived home Tuesday Last year he led that league as a second baseman and this year he maintained his reputation being first by a big tbalhardFor next year he has offers from the Eastern League TUESDAY SIGHT EUCHRE Miss Bridgie Reardon 2334 Bank street will entertain the West End Young Ladies Euchre Club next Tuesday night when that popular social organization will renew the enjoyable series of entertainments inaugurated last winter There will be ninny exquisite prizes and the friends of all the members are Invited REGRET IllS ILLNESS Delegates and visitors tQ the Owensboro Grand Council of the Young Mens Institute will be pained to learn that James J Cuslck1 the popular Memphis grocer and repre sentative of Chickasaw Council who WitS taken ill the last day of the convention has been compelled to vist Hot Springs for his health FATHER BRADY HOME Rev Father A J Brady pastor of St Cecilias church lies returned home from his Eastern vacation trip While away Father Brady visited Mackinac Island land then jour need to New York and along the coast of Jersey The trip benefited him greatly as he returned much Improved in health- CENTRAL COMMITTEE The regular monthly meeting of the Central Committee C K of A will take place next Thursday night at St Marys Hall President Mc Ginn urges all delegates to be pres EDt as there will be business of im- Portance to transact and plans sub fitted that will be of benefit to the arious branches SUPPER ANDlDANCE Mizpah Lodge Shepherds of Bethlehem will entertain with an oyster upper and dance on Wednesday coning October 30 at Rickerts lall Sixteenth and Southgate streets urchasers of tickets will be entitled tot supper and good music will be furnished for the dancers BISHOP MAES RETURN Letters received from Bishop Maes who has spent the summer in Europe state that he will probably arrive in this country next Thursday but will not return to Kentucky until after the Eucharistic Congress which pnvenes at Plttsburg on Tuesday October 15- CAN SOON USE CRUTCH Henry A J Puls the well known dyer who suffered the loss ol his foot by being run over by a street ear is resting easy at his home 823 entyiif th street It is thought he wlll soon be able to be out with the use of a crutch R orU J M1C7wLBYS Monday Tuesday and Wednesday even- Ings and Wednesday matinee Chas B Hanford Company HOPKINSThe Ideal Theater I CONTINUOUS SHOW From I130 to 1030 p m 15 morLASSVAUDEVILLE ACTS1- 5102030C Ne Higher PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlyImproedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or Societies should copsult the mar agement of Phu nix Hill before closing contracts Comb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CREAM CO I MANUFACTURERS PURE ICE CREAM AND SHERBET We have our own dairy and ice plat and we separate our own cream TbitI enables us to put a better cream on thi market at a lower price than our compel tors 627633 EIGHTH ST Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies all Children a Specialty Office 620 W St Catherine Both Phone REMAINS FOREVER Lord Mac uley and the Per petulty of the Papacy There is not and never was on this earth a work of human policy sc well deserving of examination as tht Roman Catholic church The history of that church joins together with two great ages of human civilization No other institution is left standing which carries the mind back to the time when the smoke of sacrifice rose from the Pantheon and when camelopards and tigers bounded is the Flavian amphitheatre The proudest royal houses are but ol yesterday when compared with the line of the Supreme Pontiffs Tim line we trace back in an unbroken series from the Pope who crowned Napoleon in the nineteenth century to the Pope who crowned Pepln In the eighth and far beyond the time of Pepin the august dynasty extends till it Is lost in the twilight of fable The republic of Venice came next in antiquity But the republic of Venice was modern when compared republifremains The Papacy remains not In decay not a mere antique but full of life and youthful vigor The Cath slit church is still sending forth to the farthest ends of the world ms slonaries as zealous as those who landed in Kent with Augustin and stili confronting hostile kings with the same spirit with which she confronted Attlla The number of her children is greater than in any former age tier acquisitions In the New World have more then compen ated for what she has lost In the old Her spiritual ascendancy ex tends over the vast countries which lie between the plains of the Missouri and Cape Horn countries which a century hence may not Improbably contain a population as large as that which now inhabits Europe The members of her communion are cer tainly not fewer than 150 millions nnd it will be difficult to show that other Christian sects united amount to 120 millions Nor do we see any sign which indi longdrlnlnlonthe commencement of the governments that now exist in the world and wo feel no assurance that she is not destined to see the end of them ill She was great and respecfed before the Saxon had set foot on passedUlestill flourished at Antioch when lidols were still worshipped in the tempte of Mecca And she may still exist in undiminished vigor when some traveler from New Zealand shall in the midst of a vast solitude take his stand on d broken arch of London bridge to skefch the ruins of St Pauls MARCONIS TRIUMPH Marconi the Irish Italian inventor perJectedhisgraphic messages can be sent from Glace Bay Nova Scotia Canada to ai station erected at Cllfden County Galway Ireland The messages can bet sent as well in bad weather as in greatlyduceelduceelGOOD TUmmy NEWS The crop of turkeys not only in Kentucky but in the principal turkey raising States of the North and West it is said will be larger and finer than for many years The cranberry crops also an extra fine one Turkeys will be on the local IU r a- Y The Brock Unionmade Clothes We are sole agents in Louisville for the Henry J Brockunion label clothes and car ry their full line of suits and overcoats at T1OO 25 1 Highgrade goods I made bythe best union journeymen tailors Ask to see the spec ial 15 lineaLEVYSThird I 4 ORDER YO- URCOAL FROM r+ Dougherty LanninQ Seventh and Magnolia Before there is another advance Best creened Pittsburg coal This Is the time to lay in your winter supply PHONE 1783 FOR Furniture i Of all kinds at the lowest prices Go to WM F MAYER t 419 W MARKET STREET 7 N I OFFICE 8TO6 HOURS SUNDAYS II9 TO 12 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work done for the least money Our Dentistry Will Please You 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nightCarriageI 1225 W MARKET ST i PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonvllle I hospitalforpatients Both male and female are admitted Rates very real For further particulars apply 4o hR MARY REGINA 44for J1ERCY HOSPITAL Avenue Jelferso mile hidI sour boys aa edaeatloa that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 1 13 W Broadway LottUvill Ky Conducted by the XaTerUn Brothers Clmtral Bdeatlfic and Builntss Coarse Preparatory De puttW Bwisimin PooL yen OymsaalarmTerms ModeateBra paser I Lr LI a n PETER M ANDRIOT 8SON3N WAGONN MANUfACIllRfR8 Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 5Q1 W JEFFERSON ST OTTO B VENT Proprietor Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASK EXCHANGE LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Former National President Keatln HiberniansTuesday Next week we will announce the programme for the jollification that Division 2 is preparing for The meeting of Division 3 this week was largely attended It Is said this division will have another class for the October initiation Every member of Division 1 is ex nighttfrom the last meeting biginitiationall of the ten divisions arc strlvim to have the largest class The contest for Queen of the St Paul Hibernian carnival has become exciting six candidates having en tered with more to follow At the last meeting of Division 1 cf Duluth the proceedings were made interesting by an instructive discus sion of the situation in Ireland Our local Ladles Auxiliary made another large addition to Its treasury this week The members are hustlers and set a good example for the divis ions to follow The announcement that the next initiation would take place under the auspices of Division 4 meets with much favor nnd it Iis almost certain that a large class will receive the degreesThe order In Manchester N H has presented the Cathedral St Pat ricks St Annes and St Raphael schools with Irish histories and their study was Introduced at the begin ning of this school term Wednesday night the Ladles Auxiliary had a splendid meeting many being present after a protracted ab sence This organization Is making progress and expects to greatly in crease Its membership before the first of the year Division 5 of Denver certainly knows how to entertain its friends The programme for the last meeting included an address by Rev Father McMenamin and musical and literary exercises after which there was danc ing and all ending with light refesh ments served by the ladles The banquet given by the Hiber nians of Brainerd Minn in memory of Robert Emmet was a success in every particular About 140 ladies and gentlemen sat down to the banquet table The best address was delivered by Rev J J OMahoney who had for his subject The Irish in America The Hibernians of Butte gathered to the number of several hundred in Hibernian Hall at Centerville Mont last week the occasion being a visit from the State Chaplain of the order Bishop John P Carroll The Bishop vas accompanied by the Rev Father OeSiere and John J OMeara State resident The meeting was presided over by State President OMeara who delivered a short but appropriate address of welcome and was fol lowed by County President Jackson- D J Hennessy Judge Jerry J Lynch T J McCarthy and Father DcSIere HINTS ON STYLE Shepherds check voile is a favorite material and exceedingly attractive for young girls overwaist dresses Very dainty and attractive Is the new underwear and It is almost always made of cambric or nainnook This winter every woman will need some sort of a long coat as nothing will talc the place of a garment of this kind A novelty Is the long moussellne de sole stole Itls designed for evening wear only and Is a sort of light wrap The smartest frocks for misses art almost exact duplicates of those worn byI the women since jumpers appear on all The younger contingent will wel come the smart suits made with plaited skirts and halffitted double breasted coats Ncw Panama cloth plaids and checks are very attractive and make up into most useful as well as really smart costumes Petticoats of silk Imitating fabrics n solid colors Jn the moire and In the Pompadour printed patterns are bidding for favor Fashion decrees that waists shall bo of the same color as the skirt Any material is permissible provided it complies with this demand Just at present long coats are more popular for young girls than garments on the Jacket order and this is an unusually sensible style Ribbon has enjoyed such an enormous vogue through the summer that u continuance of this popularly is expected during the fall and winter Jumpers are just as much as ever the rage in New York and every woman with any pretensions to dress Ing well possesses at least one or twoThere is literally a perfect rage for capes this fall as they are such comfortable garments and so easy to make and used for all sorts of general wear Nearly all the new hats have fairly hIgh crowns but are trimmed in such n way that the height is hardly no ticeable In many cases the trim ming used almost hides the crown Coats in Norfolk style are becom- Ing to the young girl and are espe jlolly serviceable for school wear These coats are made double breasted and the plaits are applied to give the Norfolk effect Novelty suitings Scotchtweedseen in these coats- PRIESTS HEROISM has been made to the Carnegie Hero Fund Commission for a medal and other recognition for the Rev Thomas Dougherty of the Catholic church at Bridgevllle about fit teen miles from Plttsburg One night recently the quick wit and strong arm of the priest saved six lives aQl e SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 sleets oin the Second and Fourth Friday Evenings of Each Month President Thomas D Clines Vice President Jaines J Kilkell Recording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Financial Secretary P J Cusick Courthouse Treasurer Charles J Finegan Sergeantntarms James Doran DIVISION 2 eets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna TreasurerOwen Kelran Recording Secretary Joseph T Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Sean ey DIVISON 3 Meets on the First and Third Thurs day evenings of Each Month North east corner of Seventeenth and MainPresidentJames Coleman Vice President Phil Cavanaugh Recording Secretary John Morris Financial SecretaryJohn Hession 1714 Baird street- TreasurerDaniel J Dougherty Serge nt tann9Thomas Noon DIVISION 4 Meets second and fourth Mondays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Walnut President Joseph P McGinn Vice President Stephen J McEl No4 Recording Secretary Frank P BurkeFinancial Secretary W J Con nelly 1700 Seventh street Treasurer Joseph L Lenihan SergeantntArms Robert Mitchell Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County President Louis Constan tinePresidentJohn Kennedy Vice President B Coyle Recording Secretary T OHern Financial SecretaryJ E Murphy TreasurerMichael Kinney MarshallM Garrity Danner DearerJ G Cole Y M i IACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Eveni gs at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentBen J 2and First Vice President John T Ken neySecond Vice PresidentFrank Lan ahanRecording SecretaryBen Reed Financial SecretaryFrank G Adams 2141 Rowan street Corresponding SecretaryJoseph J HancockTreasurerDaniel W Weber Marshal John Humphrey Inside Sentinel Adolphns Andriot Outside SentinelOirge Bartsch KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS1 I Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where The Denver council has organized a glee club with a membership of forty vocalists Utica Knights last week conferred the second degree upon fifteen candidates and received twelve applica tions Many visiting Knights witnessed the Initiation of a class of forty can didates last Sunday at San Antonio TexasMilwaukee Knights are now in dined to form a corporation among the members for the purchase of a site and the erection of a building leasing permanent quarters to time two councils there Bronx Council about the first to achieve any measure of success in the work of the order in New York City will have a public demonstration in celebration of its tenth anniversary next Thursday night It is expected that at least lSOi Knights will be in line on Sunday October 13 at Providence when the Rhode Island State Council will celebrate Discovery day by having a parade and attending services ti fill CathedralCapital City Council of Austin Texas has prepared for a suitable celebration of Columbus day llev P J Carroll C S C President of St Edwards College will deliver an ora tion on the life antI character of Columbus and in the afternoon there will be an exemplification and smoker The National Order of the Daugh ters of Isabella a society of Cathode women founded on lines similar to those of the Knights of Columbus excepting that it has no system of life insurance has in the short spaca of three years since Its foundation at Utica and its incorporation In 1903 grown from ono local court to seventysix courts in seventeen States with a membership of 6700 FORTY HOURS The Forty Hours adoration begin at St Philip Nerla church last Sun day and came to a solemn close on Tuesday All the services were well Attended and Father Ackermann Is delighted over the results CONDITION UNCHANGED The many friends of the Rev Father M A McFeely O P of St Louis Bertrands will regret to learn that his condition Is unchanged and that he Is unable to leave Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital LOSS NOT MUCH The fact that the cocktail yarn beat Vice President Fairbanks as a candi date for lay delegate to a church conference reflects less upon him than the narrowmindedness of the good people upon whose votes he depended for election r IRELAND Record ef the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges After being evicted 7rom his farm for nearly twenty years D Buckley of Itockficld near Cnstlelslnml County Kerry has been reinstated A public demonstration of rejoicing was heldJustice J J Kelly of Castleblanoy recently appointed an inspector un der the Local Government Board In connection with the laborers acts held his first Inquiry in Kenmare anti gave satisfaction to all parties The death of llobert Fitzpatrick oc 11a113trainwas the largest ever seen In this district over a mile of road being covered with vehicles and pedestrians nho came to pay the last homage of respect to his memory On Saturday Daniel Kelly paid a v sit to Castlebar jail to see his wife Mrs Margaret Kelly and her baby who with three other women are imprisonmentforcourt at Uallintubber on the charge of Intimidating a rancher named William Glover He found all the women in good health and spirits promInentof Dundalk died on Saturday morning September 21 at his residence Setitawn Place The deceased who had attained the ripe age of seventy nine years had been in failing health for some time and his death was not unexpected He died fortified by the rites of the church of which during ife he was a steadfast member Information has reached Ilrosna County Kerry that a farmer named Cnntillon residing some seven miles distant from the town was attacked by a huge bull and shockingly mangled and lacerated A man who happened to be near at the tine came to the rescue of the unfortunate man and beat off the Infuriated beast after a severe struggle but not before it had inflicted shocking Injuries on Its victim Dr Brady the popular medical officer of the Bnllinngh Dispensary district has the sympathy of the people of Cavan Union more espe daily those of the Ballinagh district in his bereavement owing to the death of his wife which took place rather suddenly on Saturday Dr Brady had only just resumed duty after a long and painful Illness con tracted in the discharge of his duty when the sad event took place On the occasion of his first return io Jhe pariah the people of Clonoe took the opportunity of presenting llev Thomas Mcllrien lately trans ferred to Faughnrt with an address and souvenir in appreciation of his work during six years among them The winter sessions of the Gaelic League opened at many places last Sunday night with public meeting The language movement has made much headway during time past twelvemonthA cross of Irish limestone has been erected over the grave of time late Most Hev Dr Edward Mc Gcnnis Lord Bishop of Kilmorc on the grounds of the Cathedral Cavan time place of interment being chosen by his Lordship about twelve months previous to his lamented demise The cross which is of chaste design is of Celtic pattern bears a chalice and host set in a nimbus carved in the center emblematic of His Lordships sacred office The shaft is set in two steps or bases and is over six teen feet in height THEATRICAL Antony and Cleopatra the spei tacular tragedy In which Charles 11 Hanford and a strong supporting company is this year appearing with market success will be Macauleys offering for the first half of next week The role of Cleopatra will to assumed by Miss Alice Wilson The Mary Anderson Theater will next week present another of Its spenldld and varied bills every tuin of which is of headline worth The programme Is evenly balanced and the week should prove n good one from every standpoint the advance vaudeville having caught on to tin public favor The merry musical comedy Wit and of Oz which has amused the theatergoing public for years ai high prices comes to the Masonic for all of next week and will be equal to anything offered at that playhouse this season Everywhere it has scored a big hit and judged from time advance sale the theater will be crowded nightly Continuous vaudeville continues to grow In favor and with each week the attendance at the Hopkins is on the increase A bill in keeping with Its worthy predecessors is promised for next week Ward and Curran in their new version of The Terrible Judge will be the headliners Five big feature acts will be seen In addi tion to nine other numbers including he kinodromc which will present the first reproduction of the recent Elks parade at Philadelphia as its chief film I CATHOLIC CHARITY W C Frederick for many years a minister of the Dunkards but now old and destitute has been admitted with his wife into the Home of the Little Sisters of the Poor at CIncIn- nati Mrs Frederick who is seventy three years old has been a Catholto nil her life with the approval of her husband who has declared his inten tion of embracing the CJithollo faith and spending his last years in its practice to CONSULT THE PARENTS Nine times out of ten when a girls parents oppose her marriage they have some excellent reason for their opposition From their experience of life and its handicaps they know that the young man is not ready to shoulder the responsibilities of married life Or perhaps they realize that he is not the man to make their willful little daughter happy No girl should 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OFFICE 504 SIXTH bert T Schranz Co REAL ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES ll10NEY TO LOANNONE MAIN27r ROOIIII Law Bldg C pill aid Gromna u 322 too 328West WestMarket iMarket 1 1MARKET STREET INCORPORATED BET THIRD AND I fOURTHII 328West iThree Great Skirt ValuesW- e I havd held many skirt sales beforeall of which proved to be of special benefit to our customers This sale will establish for us a new piecedent for the values are decidedly the best we have ever offered So great are they that we feel a word of explanation is due A New manufacturer to keep his skirt hands busy during the dull season July and August made up these skirts in quantity His jpro duction however was greater than his outlet owing to the tightened money conditions We relieved him of his predicament in part by taking off his hands several hundred of skirts The induce ment to us was about half price These skirts now on sale at the f8sameremarkable price concessions The lot consists of Panama Mohair Serge and Cheviot Skirts In black navy and brown skirts infancy mixtures checks and stripes in all the fullplaited styles some trimmed tailor ostraps others with the bias folds and bands of taffeta silk skirts that were made to sell at 350 400 f5 500 600 and 700 each the entire purchase divided for quick selling into three great bargain lots as follows The 350 and 4 ggSkirts for i 198 CHURCH WAS FILLED When the Anniversary of St Michaels Was Observed Sunday Ilev Martin OConnor the good pastor of St Michaels church on Brook street has reason for con gratulntion on the celebration of the fortyfirst anniversary of that church and Its member which occurred last Sunday At nil the services the edl fico was thronged especially at the high mass when a masterly sermon was preached by the Itev Thomas York and all crowned by a happy heart to heart talk by the venerable Bishop of the diocese who graced the occasion by his presence and mot many of the older parishioners In the evening the church was again crowded at the solemn vespers when Rev Patrick Walsh delivered the sermon The musical programme of the serviceswas a special feature and was splendidly rendered Myriads of lights and beautiful flowers adorned the sanctuary and after each service there were meetings of many who had been members of the congregation 111 the long ago Mondn- lmorning 7 Father OConnor officiated at the mass of requiem for the deceased members of the parish Which brought to n close a celebration that will be for years a harpy remem brance to all who were present GOOD SOUL GONE Mrs Kate Grady Warner diet Wednesday afternoon after a linger- Ing illness at the family residence 003 West Chestnut street Mrs Warner was a devout and life long member of the Cathedral parish and was the possessor of a bright and cheerful disposition which had made for her a host of friends who will remember and sincerely mourn her In the years to come During her long Illness Mrs Warner bore her suffering with Christian fortitude knowing that God In His mercy would after a time call her to her reward She Is survived by her daughter Mrs Mary Belle Zell antI three sisters Misses Ella and Lizzie Grady and Mrs Dennis Hines and one brother Tim Grady The funeral took place from the Cathedral yester day morning with a requiem mass and the Interment was in St Louis cemetery GUAM IHIE KUCIIKK The Pastime Drill Company which n recent years has attained much popularity through Its numerous excellent entertainments and social af fairs has arranged for a grand prize euchre which will take place at their hall at Seventeenth and Southrate streets on Monday evening October 21 This year the members will be assisted by their lady friends and an enjoyable lime will be provided for all who take part In the gomes The prizes for this euchre are many antI valuable and worthy an earnest contest FOIL CHAMPIONSHIP The AllProfessionals composed of the local ball players that have been away all season will cross bats with the Louisville Giants ut Eclipse Park tomorrow afternoon The Giants have defeated some of the best amateur tennis around these parts and naturally feel that they will crown their series of victories by de tenting the AllProfessionals tomor row Steve the American Asso elation umpire will handle the Indi cator find the game will be called at 315 oclockSURPRISE CLUB EUCHRE The Surprise Club will entertain with a euchre at the residence of Mrs Clara Ramp 765 Twentysev enth street next Tuesday evening October 8 The proceeds derived from the euchre will be devoted to charitable purposes A special com mlttee composed of Mesdames John Carr Charles Jacques and Clara Ramp have secured handsome prizes for the winners KELLY ALL RIGHT Thomas Kelly driver of the No G Engine Company who received an Injury to his leg and was bruised about the body when one oi the horses which he was exercising slipped and fl1at First and Green streets the first of the week is all right again and able to report for 1atyIi t IMWJWII L 1f J The 450 and 5 Skirts for 298 REPUBLICAN TICKET I I For Governor AUGUSTUS E WILLSON of Louisville For Lieutenant Governor WILLIAM II COX of Maysville For Attorney General JAMES BREATHITT of Hopklnsvillo For Auditor FRANK P JAMES of Ilnrrodsburg For Treasurer CAPTAIN EDWARD PARLEY cxf Paducah For Secretary of State DR BEN L BHUNEIt of Munfordsville For Superintendent of Public Instruction PROF J G CRABBE of Ashland Foor Clerk of the Court of Appeals NAPIER ADAMS of Somerset For Commissioner of Agriculture Jf 0 RANKIN of Bethlehem Henry county For R R Commissioner Third Dist A T SILER of Whitley count RECENT DEATHS Edward and Kate Brown 1200 Eighth street the sympathyof n wide circle of friends in the loss of their infant son Daniel Halpin whose death followed a short illness The funeral took place Sunday the body beinbg tenderly laid to rest in St Louis cemetery The funeral of Mrs Mary Moritz who succumbed to organic heart dis ease due to her advanced age took place yesterday morning from St Anthonys church of which she was one of the pioneer members Sur viving her are two sons John and George Moritz and one daughter Mrs Ernest Seniilg Martin J Kelly twentyone years old and the son of Mr and Mrs John Kelly 1205 Eighth street died at an early hour Wednesday after an ill ness contracted two years ago He was popular among his associates and devoted to his parents for whom there Is felt the most sincere sympa thy In their bereavement With a solemn mass of requiem the funeral took place yesterday morning from St Louis Bertrands church With feelings of inexpressible grief the relatives and friends of Mrs Anna Murphy Helling learned Tues lay morning of her sudden and unexpected death Deceased was the widow of John Reillng whose death ncoiirral only recently The un fortunate woman was stricken Monday night with hemorrhage at her home 1205 Churchill street and waR removed to Sts Mary and Hospital where she expired an hour later despite every effort leaving two young children to mourn her fleath Mrs Rolling leaves one brother Matt Murphy and three sis ters Mrs William Flynn and Misses Nellie and Mollle Murphy The funeral took place Thursday morn Ing from St Williams church with solemn mass of requiem Rev Denis Murphy officiating CAPT MAHEIl BITTER The condition of Capt Thomas Tnher the efficient Chief of the oulsvjlle detective department who ias been in time hospital for two weeks suffering stomach trouble is reported much improved and the public wilt be gratified to know it is thought that he will be able to take charge of the force next week HIS ARM CUT OFF John Walsli a well known employe or the Louisville Power Company vas maimed for life in an accident hat occurred at that plant on Tues Iny While in the performance of his duty his left arm was caught in the machinery and crushed almost to the elbow He was at once removed to his home 2708 Cedar street And medical assistance summoned The arm was so badly mangled that reputation yas necessary 1 0e+ e 322 to 0 WestMarket 0 Street ft OS 0 York o 0 these are latest with Kane have Eliza beth from The ISkirtsfori398 I 0DOMINICANS Officiate at Feast Day Cer emonlcs at St Boniface Church With impressive but brilliant ceremonies the feast day of St Franco was observed at St Boniface church on Thursday Among the Franciscan anti their devoted followers this 1 h one of the great church events of the year nail is nowhere celebrated with moro pomp and splendor than here in Louisville The beautiful edifice was thronged with people long before 6 oclock the hour for the solemn high mASS and the impression made on the beholder was one not to be soon forgotten- As Iis the custom the Dominican fathers officiated the mass being sung by the Ilev Father Logan Prior of St Louis Bertrands assisted by Father Clark as deacon and Father Kornan us subdeacon When the white robed suds of St Dominic en tered the sanctuary preceding the Franciscans in their brown habits ta scene was presented that is not fre quently witnessed but it was one that greatly pleased our German Catholic people After the mass the visiting clergy were entertained at the monastery adjoining the church PLANS ARE NOW READY The Popes architect at Rome has sent Bishop Thomas S Byrne of Nashville the specifications for the construction of the new and hand omc Cathedral to be erected on West End avenue between Twentieth and Twentyfirst avenues and archi tects have drafted plans from these specifications for the new building The plan of the building is to be of unman architecture of gray brick and stone construction with stone trimming and tile roof It is to be one of the handsomest buildings in the South and will cost between 130000 and 200000 The new Cathe dral will be started next spring awl he1 process of construction will em brace about eighteen months from the time the contracts are closed HURRAH FOR CUDAHY The people of this city will be much pleased to learn that John Cudahy Jr son of the famous Chicago meat packer arrived hero this week and will mal e Louisville his home For years Mr Cudahy has been a factor in Chicago business circles popular and respected by everybody and it is safe to say that It will not be long until his presence is felt in the local commercial world The Cudahys have extensive interests here which under his administration will doubtless be largely increased All who would boom Louisville will welcome this most desired acquisition to their midst CONDITION CRITICAL Though her condition was critical Thursday hopes were still enter tained for the recovery of Mrs Anna Lynn the aged mother of Joseph Uyun division freight agent of the Baltimore C Ohip railroad who fell Iowa stairs Tuesday night at the home of her daughter Mrs Tim T Leahy on last Oak street Mrs when assist Kyan was unconscious and when removedII flee reached her fa Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital t was found she had sustained a broken arm and serious bruises about the head WELCOME VISITORS John Lutkemeler and James G Noonnn 1woof Frankforts most prominent young men and both nctlve In the business and political life of the Capital city were welcome visit ors here this week They came to visit friends and the horse show and so well were they treated that It need not be surprising if in time near future they locate here Both return home tomorrow and by a num ber of young ladies their departures sincerely regretted MCORNELLS CHAPLAIN With the appointment by Bishop fcQuaid of Father James F Winj ers assistant rector of the Church of the Immaculate Conception of thaca as Catholic chaplain of Cor nett University the Catholic church has made its first step toward the stablishment of a chapel and rw dence hall in the neighborhood of the Cornell campus Father Winters BI very popular among the students md the faculty tI YNONN010NNON000NOON400000NNNNO ONO 0100 i JAMES GREENE 425 427 AND 429 EAST MARKET STREET 1 Furniturei i IICarpets Rugsii Y Stoves Ranges Y LOWEST PRICES BEST TERMS i Homes Furnished Complete 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