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JJjTii t 1 I VKENTUcK Ikisu AMERIcAN VOLUME XIXNO21 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 23 1907 PRICE FIVE CENTS FFALGONIQ The Popes American Delegat Is Citizen of the United States Ills Interesting Interview With a Washington Newspaper- Man Deals With Many Subjects That Were Misunderstood by Protestants IN AMERICA PORTITWO YEARS The presence of the Pope of Rome was made tangible and permanent in this country when Leo XIII in 1893 sent Francis titular Archbishop of Lepanto an illustrious man not less preeminent by lila learning than by his virtues to Washington as Apostolic Delegate says a Washington correspondent In a lengthy letter to the Cincinnati Enquirer The Archbishop or Mgr Satojli as ho was commonly known since become a Cardinal was followed by Mgr Sebastian MartlneUJ now also vjstuml with the lew broad brimmed red hat and the purple mantle of the Sacred College Service In America so far has meant honors at the Vatican Five year ago Mgr Lnuiiiuuu xtniiMiiv vv chief among the Franciscan friars those ancient barefooted mon pledged to chastity poverty obedience and ministry to body and soul Archbishop of Accerenza and Matera which is in Italy a Latin by birth a temporary inhabitant of Canada and citizen of the United States sue ceeded Martinclli Mgr Falconio slender and of neutral stature fair of complexion having gray eyes and dark hair although he is slxtyfive years came briskly in but with a long and even stride to meet the writer Hw woreI the closefitting little cap of the Catholic ecclesiastics a drab cassock faced with white that almost touched the ground broad low shies and buckles a massive gold chain and cross and a huge Bishops ring of lUll metal anti Oriental amethyst He is simple easy cordial and candid An Italian he speaks English with some accent Trained in tho school of Koniun diplomacy he nevertheless talked with freedom and apparent sincerity lIe is neither dogmatic nor intolerant If he is proud of his church he doesnt show it Any American almost would say that leis a good square man I asked him first about his Southern home and early youth I was born he said In Abruxl east of nome in a mountainous country that is washed by the waters of the Adriatic Sea When II was fir teen years old I decided to be a priest Although a religious man my father I Well remember was not particularly pleased over the matter I would have to leave home i for one thing My mother didnt like I that either but slfo gAve me to God in great joy I entered the Franciscan order at eighteen and four years afterward sailed for this country as a missionary What influenced 1 you to come to America The Franciscans go where they lire sent I arrived ut the house nt my order in Allegheny N Y nboiit fortytwo years ago I was not old nnough to be a priest in Italy How ever Bishop Timon of Buffalo or dained me by a special dispensation But I didnt preach much at first I taught philosophy and theology in one of our seminaries and later was President of St Bonavcntures Col lege at Allegheny Then I went o Harbor Grace Jn Newfoundland where for eleven years I was secre tary and chancellor to the Bishop and rector of the Cathedral On m return to Italy I held various Im portant offices in my order EightI years ago Itoo Xllf sent me to Can ada as Apostolic Delegate From Quebec I came to Washington You became a citizen of the United States in 1803V Yes I was satisfied with republi F can institutions Relieving in liberty anti ardently wanted to be an Ameri can I soon learned to speak English by contact with my associates arid students AUof my teaching of course was In Latin but outside if my classes I did the best I could and nil I could with the language of the country vllare the powers of an Apos tolic Delegate arid why was a digni tary of that rank sent to the United States Being the personal representative of the Holy Father the Apostolic Delegate has jurisdiction in all eccle siastic matters in oil differences be tween Bishops and between Bishops and priests and in church cases generally Ills judgment Is final It night be said that the Apostolic Delegate any country and thero are Delegates in various parts of the civilized world is a supreme tribunal in himself An appeal to Rome from the United States for instance de promptItransaction of church business The Apostolic Delegate having authority to hear and determine Js easy of ac cess and this is not only helpful to the appellants in that a difference quickly harmonized reduces labor and friction but te advantageous in all reptocts to the church itself When Mgr Sofcplll first came hero IJ hie was simply on ableate or envoy of Lee XIII At r day he was nominated td be rft Apostolic Delegate to the t Stlirteana attboiia to dtopb ill business JiV4tbln iUk office prlneipa Question at thta time was the attitude of Catholics toward the public schools Time church had been die cussing it for a year and the mind of the Holy Father was wanted 3n the subject1- ii lIne there been any change In the position of the church on that par ticular matter None whatever We are not hostile w 1Icwesey7beJicve be cducateQ as well as the head If boys and girls are to become good citizens they must be trained not alone in mind but in conscience The duty of Christians to the young in well defined by tho example of our Divine Loril who said Suffdr the little children to come unto me for huh them not for to such belongeth the kingdom of God The Catholic church g6es no further and will stop at nothing less We say to pareuts If the parochial school are inferior to the public schools send your chil dren to the latter fiMt having the consent of the priest but see that they get proper religious Instruction which means lessons in catechism from your parish teachers Leo XIII in lila pontifical letter ti Cardinal Gibbons so long fcigo as June 1803 declared that Catholic schools are to be motet scdously pro moted and that it is to be left to the judgement und conscience of the ordinary or clergyman according to circumstances when it is lawful to attend the public schools The best time for religious instruction is when the child Is young Consequently we have many parochial schools for the primary and lower grades About 1100000 pupils arc attending our IDS colleges for boys our C78 academies for girls and our 4304 parish schools Besides there nrte 5700 students at our seminaries which are eightysix In number No we are not seeking to destroy the educa tional system of the country It is fine so far as it goes cverthcless intgeimerahinstruction I Cnn young women who are Cath olics teach in the public schools without condemnation I Surely Their hearts have been 1ralned in our own way and they are free to teach anywhere Many of them arc in the public schools I How ninny Catholics are there in the United States II should say 14000000 We have 11135 clergymen and 3958 members of religious orders Who teach and preach There are ninetythree dio ceses divided into fourteen cede siastical provinces with a Bishop in each diocese and an Archbishop over each province YOlrc1l11rehOur latest figures show 8072 res ident priests and 4072 missionaries with buildings for religious services Our largest Cathedral which is in New Xork cost 0OOQOQO i What is tho value of your prop erty including of course Convent asylumns hospitals etc We have no inforhiation ns to that There are 405SS orphans in 255 aAylumns and 109333 inmates in our 022 charitable institutions It would I itl impossible o ascertain just what all this property cost or its present value PASTOR AND PEOPLE Celebrate Happy Culmination of First Year as Con dregatton Notwithstanding the obstacles v casloned by the streetcar situation on last Sunday St Columbas beautiful edifice at Thirtythird and Market streets was twice thronged by tIme joyful parishioners and their friends to celebrate the happy cul mination of their first most succejs lul year as a congregation Time solemn high muss was sung bythe pastor the llev John 1n Kalaaer with time 15ev Edward W Roes of lowe Valley us deacon Bonifaop Jilinger O F M as subdeacon find the Itev E M Bachmaun muster o ceremonies and a masterly stermon was delivered after the gospel by the Itcv Father floes A special feature of tIme celebration was the magnifi Gent singing rendered by Sr oluiubas fine choir with the addition of many of the best knawn Catholic singers of Louisville Solemn vespers were simug In time evening with time Kcv John T lUll as celebrant the Bev Thomas A Murray as dencon and the llevi Icilin A Bohlsen as subdeacon anti thin Rev Denis Murphy of St William thrilled the large assembly with an eloquent discourse which was in keeping with his reputatlQn as one if the leading orators of time diocese IIII Time only untoward circumstance o mar the happiness of the occasion for tho people of St Columbas was lime disappointment felt on nil sides over the Impossibility under the un settled condition of traveling facili ties of having their euchre and upper for the church building fund on Tuesday und Wednesday afterr noon and evening The prizes secured are so numerous and of such value that it was deemed inadvisable to sacrifice them and as no open date could be procured nt Pflsters Hall before Advent It was concluded to postpone the euchre until somo time after Christmas when the tickets sold for November 10 and 20 will be honored and a very elaborate entertainment is promised by the people of St Columbas to their friends 1JuBT SOCIAL AFFAIR i 1ilrInlty YM L will en ttrtnln with a dance next Wednesday evening Thanksgiving eve at their iuli house 718 East Gray street and will make this event their last etoclal affair until after Advent Those who Ihrvo not seen the hall since its re decorating should take this opportu idly of doing so as everything looks row and resplendent The conimitte j In charfce ere Dr G P Beiitel Jr JJ DrlBCpliy K Eekerj J1ins4 X ny Edwstct Jhebt AIXleferand Frank Fili iu o RUINOUS i Stubbornness of City Railway Company Towards Employee Paralyzes Business Police Protection Taken From Citizens and Transferred to Corporation Administration lips Overstep ped the Law InRestrlcting- Personal Liberty CAUSES SUFFERING AND SICKNESS The stubborness of the Louisville City Railway Company In dealing with Its employes and turning down all propositions toward conciliation and arbitration has proved disas trous to Louisvilles business Interests After repeated efforts upon the part of citizens and the companys employes to effect a harmonious settlement lied failed the places of the motormen and conductors were filled with strikebreakerS from Chicago St Louis Indianapolis and other cities men who are incompetent anti have been the cause of an unheard of number of accidents These strike breakers are the sctim of the cities from which they come and their ad vent means that people here should watch their homes while these are off tho cars People are meI to come to Louisville and time merchants are suffering a great loss of holiday trade which should bo now at its zenith Many are pronounced in their denunciation of the com panys methods and its utter lack of regard for the public from whom it receives so many valuable privileges The greatest surprise however was the course pursued by Mayor Grinstead the Board of Safety and Chief of Police Jacob Hanger who pledged themselves1 not to take cither side in the contest between the rail road and its employee No sooner had the strikebreakers reached the city than the administration issued orders restricting tho personal liberties of lawabiding citizens and pro mitigated edicts that wore in utter I defiance of all law some of them even depriving tho citizens of the right of speech No sooner were the I I scabs placed on the cars than tho entire police force were called from their beats and since time people I have been without protection From the utterances of Chief U ager it i I would seem that the administration has assumed the fight of the com pany with him as the chief spokes nina Not a street crossing has been guarded against the incompetent and reckless strlkebrpakers this week and the only place that an officer or detective can be found is at tho car barns or on one of the cars be ing operated When this was written the strike situation was unchanged tho rail road being unable to furnish any timing like adequate service none of the lines running anything like the usual number of cars and all being out of commission at night while the imported men are housed in the barns like mules watched over by police who should be patrolling their beats People living in the suburbs have been made to suffer greatly and the walks enforced dn young and old have already caused much sickness How long they ask will this condition of affairs exist The only answer they receive is that there will be no change until the I company is mule to respect the rights of the public Few there are who do not remember the fight the company made years ago against vestibules heated cars and con ductors Tom Funk used to say these things wore impossible ashtoday says time recognition of tho trades union is impossible but he knows full well that sooner or later ho will again have to acquiesce to the h1longjuries to persons and property thl I week are startling but there are many that have not been reported and In addition there have been many assaults and robberies owing to tho postsJohnhad their wagon almost demolished Wednesday ute driver having a nar low escape The Crescent Manufacturing Company also had a wagon run into and the driver Peter Price was seriously Injured Joseph P McGinn of the Pearl Laundry Com pany was also run Into and sustained Injuries of a serious nqture He was removed to his home at Cen ter and Chestnut streets where he is now resting easy Several of the policemen have been badly hurt in collisions between cars that they were guarding sustaining broken legs collar bones and painful bruisesFred Scheer and Andrew Clarke who were hurt by being struck by a car while seated In a wagon at Elev oath and Main streets are still confined to their beds at their homes Officer McDermott and J T Flack were severely bruised In a collision between cars manned by strike breaker Tuesday morning The collision occurred at Fourth and Broadway and time cars wero BO badly damaged as to be put out of commission Doth men will recover from their Injuries Both sides remain firm and tim suffering public iis anxiously awaiting 8omemQve that may bring to an end this Banjwl as and ruinous fight Jf tlia company ytlA1 potecpn5xa anyway tIme rlglte of labor what hjV the peoplei to ixiect front It Fault nfju Ji I may perhaps be found with both company and men but nothing has been thus far shownjthat In Ute least justifies the present deplorable situation l FEDERATION itr Commlttce i Named to Obtain Catholic Books For Library t The Jefferson County Federation of Catholic societies held its regular monthly mcctlngon the night of November It with President Newton G Rogers in the chair A very satis factory representation of delegates were prtoscnt fr im time various socie ties and a nut bor of matters gen erally affecting Catholic Interests were discussed Tho Library Committee was di rected to iakeup a full line of action within the scopot its fixed duties and report at he next meeting of tho society S iftgcstion was made that various co lections of Catholic books that he d been heretofore made and whleli were now not being used might bohtrtlned for the wereap1pointedmatter could ndt be put in etfcc and it is expected that at the next mooting those Various committees reportsThe cd- to provide for ithe entertainment not111re8entand others getalned on Im mediately person il matters At the request of the c immittee the Presi I veryIj question now tig rating Catholic elf des known ns 4Modernism and a good deal of Interest was shown With the winten season now hilly opened it is expected antI hoped Jiy time officers tliaq1tIme1 delegates will be prompt and diligent in their j attendance at the meetings I E IFOURR D HATS Arc to Be Bestowed at the I Papal Consistory In jI Decemberl According to a ome cablegram to the American prjiss great Interest attaches to time IJapal consistory on December 9 whichi four new Cardinals arc to be cheated Time follow ing clerics will recelve the red hat according to repwts- Monslgnor Bislehl Major Dpmo of time Vatican Monsignor Gasparri Secretary of Ithe Congregation j of Extraordinary Ecclesiastic Affairs BolognaMonsigmmorDeltmi I Congregation of fHe Council Time following new Vatican ap 1 polntment are also to be madeI Monsignor Misciatcllt becomes Macs Cnpindllibecomes signor Aversa will probably take Archbishop Dellachlcsas place RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Michael Mcintyre who died last Saturday at hits home in Jeffersonvillc took place Monday morning from St Augustines church with a solemn mass of requiem celt brated by Itev Fattier John OCon Jiell Deceased was the aged father Lf John McIntyre the grocer at 410 Watt street and was one of Jeffcr sonvllles best known ami most highly respected citlxens His illness was of several weeks duration timid the result of complications incident to his advanced years One of the pioneer members of St Augustines church the sorrow caused by lila demise was attested by the large at tendance at the solemn obsequies Mrs Ellen Shannon the venerable mother of Engineer Thomas Shan non of the Baltimore Ohio rail road died Tuesday morning after n long illness of bronchitis MAr Shnnnon resided with her son at 423 Thirtyfirst street and had made many friqnds since coming here to reside The body was taken to Parts her old home on Wednesday for burialMrs Bottle Bairtn widow of Louis Baum and a woman held In high esteem died Wednesday afternoon at her homo 320 West Brecklnridgo street the result of an attack of paralysis She was seventy years of age and was well known throughout tIme locality in which she lived Mrs Daunt iis survived by a brother E L Carter of Frankfort The funeral of Mrs DeMarsh the aged mother of Corporal John De Marsh who diqd suddenly Wednesday night will take place this morning from St Anthonys church Deceased was the wife of John DoMarsh and Is survived by five children Corporal John DeMarsh Mrs E Greenburg Mrs Carl Rico and Misses Katie and Theresa DeMarsh Time funeral of Mrs Elizabeth Drown who died Thursday morning takes place from St Martins church this morning nt 9 oclock Deceased was the wife of Charles Brown of 1138 East Jacob street and was a lovable young matron Besides her husband Mrs Brown iis survived by a child two months old TIe funeral of John Dbherty the old sexton of Holy Trinity Catholic church in Now Albany who died at St Edwards City Hospital Tuesday morning took place Thursday morning from Holy Trinity and the burial was In the cemetery on the Green I Valley road north of the city I SIXTH tfOVEMBEB STATE I Oklahoma is the sixth State to as eiime itswi in November The other fits were Montana North Cnrwna North IMhcota South Dakota and Wa a nttn1i r UNITED STATES Most Promising Field in the World For Catholic Effort Time Church Likes the Freedom Each Religion Enjoys Hero Our People Have Nothing to Do With Christian Science Nonsense GOOD ORDER AND PROPERTY RIGHTS IIiresponse to the question In what part of the country is the growthIMgr Falconio said last week in Washington I In the East and especially In New York About 800000 immi yearTwoThey were poor people and coudnt travel very far after they landed So they hunted employment near it hand Those who went West moved about considerably before they found available places in which to settle We are doing our best to take cave of our immigrants but have needed priests who understand their ways and can speak the various languages You see there is latitude in our forms of worship The Greeks who recognize time Pope of Rome worship tongueitI I am told there will be 1000000 1m migrants Time church must met helpthemGreek Bishop and he will organize a part of the work which has been prioshforafter them systematically We follow the immigrant no matter where lIe goes put up a cheap wooden church and then build a better one pe1lll1nentlTmthowever a colony of Italians will have cmployriicut Mil one spot for a year in a mine for example when circumstances compel them to go elsewhere If they go the church will be broken up and so the priest has o accompany them Is not this country thought to be the most promising field In the vorlcLlr4atbnllctcUami J Undoubtedly hundreds of thousands of Catholics are leaving Europe annually to find homes in America where therJ Is liberty of worship and no Interference with religion In Spout and Italy Catholic countries increase in time membership of the- church I depends upon time runTlin rate Therefore we are growing faster here than anywhere else lInt what I like best in the United States is 1 time freedom which each religion enjoys jj to curry on time work of right eousness in its own way Tire State has nothing to do with the churth Spninbformerly the whole population wan of one mind religiously and Church I and State interlaced in the concerns of civil government without objec i tlon Moreover the church was filled with educated men whose services and talents were wanted in i secular matters Hero we hurt many 4 religions or denominations and a I national church would be an impose J sibility Conditions are entirely different from those in Austria Spain I and Italy and likewise in France i Speaking of France I should like to say that many of the American pea pie have believed that until recently Catholic Bishops and the clergy were supported by funds drawn from the national treasury by n direct tax upon time people in fact Such was not the case at all The church was enIdowmentj were paid Nevertheless the Govern meat turned time church out of doors and confiscated its property 10Ibring the illustration home let us suppose that Congress or President Roosevelt should forcibly take possession of every church bullfllng in the country including the rich state of Trinity parish in New York proclaim ownership and thrust each congregation and mill of the clergy men into the street Well that s precisely what happened in Prance Has Christian science given the church any trouble No our people will have nothing i- to do with such nonsense Do higher critics disturb your peaceCriticism is permitted to a certain extent Unity is one of our funda mentals When the Lord died He left a tribunal on earth for the Interpre tation of time Scriptures It is incon Jcclrable to us that in Ills divine wisdom He could have done gther wise Anything less would have thrown His followers into confusion und conflict We believe that Christs first tribunal was St Peter and that the Holy Father the Pope of the Catholic church Is the apostolic successor of Peter and consequently our supreme authority in doctrine Our cncmnis say that we think tIle Pope to be without ein We notice no such nsserratloii Rut we do declare that Plus X and his predecessors were divinely appointed to guide the churchand to explain Gods word Therefore when tIme Pope speaks ex cathedra on matters of faith he dcs BO with divine authority and from tile decisions there Is no appeal The clergy must accept time wisdom of UiePope and teach Jt to their peo pie lfreis not J2IiII3 qi doctrijiq there Frlll be o ientIonchrbtf u meant that there should be harmony and gave us the means to maintain It If there are critics among Catholics they must keep within the boundaries of church laws otherwise I condenumetiI convertIWhatto that end I Once a year perhaps a parish priest will get one or two mission aries of ability to preach in his theleastIemotionalI as I understand it upholds good order and the rights IpropertyI archostileImlllo1CI Isons each of whom has been left property In equal parts by their father One is industrious and sen sible one is a drunkard one has married a thrifty wife one bias an extravagant family one is a gambler yearstherecircumstances among the brothers notwithstanding ah ibegan onadead level of equality and hind the very same care rind training while children Once begin the process of property dlatrioution and It would have to be gone through with every morning if no man were to possess more than another The duty of the church is to prepare the people for I life hereafter and that cant be done unless they are well prepared for life on earth Our clergy then must counsel and admonish and neces I sarily tench good citizenship Mush of this instruction is given in time confessional an institution which Is misunderstood and unfairly censured You read of restitutions of mnoneyii or property given back and of other acts of Justice Sometimes these conIsciencedered in time confessional A man with a grievance goes to his priest Without help and advice he might be dangerous but ho invariably re celvcs direction which is good for him and for society WILL MAKE GOOD Hibernians Will Initiate and Have a Gala Time Monday The Hibernians of the Palls Cities ire promised a gala time Monday night when they will ibe the guests if Division 4 at Bertrand Hall on I Sixth street For time past two reeks the Entertainment Commit leo consisting of Messrs lave Kcilly enlhnnlIII1eVent and they have prepared a pro- jmnrna1atwULrcscaLajummaber f unexpected but welcome surprises Time exemplification of tIle ritual ind conferring of honors will be done jy the County Board degree team 11u11lmni ng This initiation will be the last Jf the year and as each division has I Ib goodsized class of candidates lvinion 4 leading with about twenty he hall should be crowded to wel Olive the new members and show roper appreciation of time hospitality if the men of Limerick Division 4 will hold a short session I ind then President McGinn will turn he chair over to the County Board or time work of the evening The jnportance of this initiation stir mswvi that of any held this year ant hue an important bearing upon he showing each division will make n the annual reports Therefore hose members who have proposed landidatcs should accompany them 0 Bertrnnd Hall where they will bo rrectfd by the State eounty and llvision officers Notices have been icnt to all memberSt calling attention o this joint meeting and It is the luty of all to attend LITTLE SIB ftRBII I Now Recognized by ConJJreiI Ration of Bishops and j Regulars Fiom Rome comes news that after in existence of more than a score rears the order of the Little Sisters jf time Poor whicfi possesses many louses in the United States has jcen formally recognized by the Con gregation of Bishops and Regulars Hie authorities of the church go cry slowly in such matters because it Is not wished to give canonical ipprobatjon to the numerous re ligious congregations which are started every year especially in France unless they can show that thalr purpose is a practical one and hat they possess enough money to maintain time members of the order The Little Sisters of the Poor liave been doing thte nomad work as the Salvation Army collecting food ind clothes for tIle poor Their spc Ial aim is the sheltering of old per sons in their houses They posstss many such establishments in France ind in America and live entirely on the contributions they receive from the public The decree approving their order which WTJB signed by Cardinal Ferrata the Perfect of the Congregation will place it son Bucli d basis that all time liishops of the world will add their personal aid to I the work of thte sisterhood MANY CHRISTIAN BROTHERS I There are now throughout the coonmuInity1 Schoo181Underplaces on our Eastern missions the good Brothers are as well known as they are to us jherte and their high grade f instrnctionW has been recog nliledtiyi1 npSfn governments c REFUTES Slanderous Statements Blade by Balfour and Walter Long Record of the Irish County Councils and Their Work 1 Analysis of Composition of Staffs Appointed by These Bodies ANSWER FOR AN OLD SLIIDEI Under the title How Irish Coun LeaguehasDublin1ireeman completo1cfutation WnlterJongrecentlymmade ers now possessed by the majority timeloyalslander Flynn recalls the frenzied dturchdlseltabllKhment ifthatnolrotestant hailtimeforms b At rf everymen ofIrelandolic and Nationalist population that tho10JalIreland quite a comfortable and shouldliketo answer this old calumny ofthequotestime quotesthecrnment Board Most destructive- of this pet Unionist slander is his analysis of the composition of the official staffs appointed by the andCatholloproportion comparedwith timeinloniat fInoffourteenseventeenlran equality of numbers But there twentyIttaCounj ell and of the officers cmploydl atlmoiicsfortyseteu timfairjIn the exclusively Catholic thereforty i county officials to 150 Nationalists nearly 25 per Cant of the whole as brgCatholicArmngllCnmn anditstwentysixProtostants Intolerant omintsArnmagjmMomighnn another Natlot county with a Nationalist CoU twentyfive Catholics to i thlrtysllrotestnntsemploys twentythree 1rptJestants fInotI Louth more strongly Catholic still pays its Protestant county officials C CatholicsMrr TileProtestantstreets evidencereason to complain of time intoler CountCounellfl timeCounty CINCINNATI Will fextcnd a Hearty Wel come to ReV Michael OFlanagan ClnclnnntlColngton greatdemonstrationto that city of Rev Michael OFlan agan time representative of the In dustrial League of Ireland in ihl4 country Father OFlnnagan who iI CountyItoscommon conduct a school for teaching young rlslInC4uponthoonoatQCtlilargein cveningThewill aeelebralionManchester Martyrs A short comppsedotgenuine elections Will precede time lecture SERIOUS PROBLEM A serious problem for the pe of Canada to solve is thei fuel BU kluJAOnta1ntlmVer iaprotioaiiyJxi4id WrrIII b J I T 7 r PT 1rl 45Vu a e x 6 oa 1 l ILIrwIIt AJ 1 RfOAN KENTUCKY IRISH MERIGflN e Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all lush Americana W KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C Entered it the Louisville Poitottlce a SecondC j Hatter y Aidresi all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 Weit Gree SH j LOUISVILLK KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 23 119071 CONSISTENCY Every day during the street cur strike men and boys have been arrested and dragged to the statloi Bouses for calling the strikebreaker Kcabsjust what they are and 1 fact that Could be proven in allY court of law Now for the con slstencx of the I thing A few weeks Marshall Bullitt our hoarduago Safety Chairman was maklnj speeches from one end of the tow to the other calling this man a thlc and that man a thief and he was not even threatened with arrest conI sistency thou art a jewel DAMN THE PUHLIC The strike of the employes of th Louisville Railway Company has now nine days and 1 been in progress apparently no nearer a solution thai when it began The police are bean used as the Mayor and Board o C Safety sayto protect private prop ertynot yours nor ours but tin property of 1he Louisville Rallwaj Company Busyness is paralyed fur tories are being dosed down because employee arc unable to get trap i honkiand everybody walks except police men and detectives Worse than all this the Rallwa Company has such a hold on the machinery of the law that an inqucs has been postponed until the strlki Is settled because the company 11111 its witnesses are at outs t What is the public doing about a- Phis What will be the outcome imn the public says Mr Funk and damn the public Is echoed 1in the City Hall corridors from the Mayors office to the office of the Hoard of Public Safety No police are watching beats The are all engaged in protecting thi property of the Street Car Compan and defending strikebreakers These strikebreakers are cowpuncher t and thugs the scum of Chicago so ciety They arta not trained street gpriymen Scores of accidents occur everyday as a result of their fault manipulation of the cars How long will the Louisville publl stand all this- CAI8EU v FOR SUFFERING leally is it not about time to coU attention of the people of wcalt Jfcp fact that in a large degree jy are responsible for the finar 5ial deprssion which is alleged to exist asks one of our exeJiangci During the last twentyfire year 900000000 have been carried out 01 this country by the absurd custom wealthy American girls haveof marring brokendown mon grallblns nail physically rotten foreign aristc crats who happen to have titles During tlie first ten months of this y nearly 50OooQoo were spent bt ricans traveling abroad includ ocean travel This Is one dolla ken out of time pocket of ever adult citizen of the country These people of wealth owe something to tho toners who struggle in field am mine and factory to make then wealthy The laboring men of this country dp not toll for tlc purpoSe of creating wealth for rotten Dukes and titled blacklegs They are not earning money in order 4o pay tribute to Europe and its people If the American dollar remained in America there would not be threats suffering in the land It is time for some people to reflect what they are doing CATHOLIC LAY ACTION Referring to some recent utter ances iby distinguished churchmen and the needs of the day the editor Of tho Catholic Sun thus expresses himselfFor some reasons the demand foray Catholic leaders is becoming in sistent in this country Significantly this demand is coming almost wholly from the ranks of the clergy So rfar as we have observed very few Daymen are aiidng any share in the activity of the church at Uast publicly Because of this silence no oubtitis feared that our strongest aymen are becoming careless with egard to the Interests of the faith I this suspicion provided it existere correct the fact would be little ess than a calamity The church is a lvanclng rapidly in the United latest utJt is inevitable that she shall sooner or later enter a period tf stbmi and stress In such hour- e can nbt afford to have here such ityateubtsin France Archbishop ebessL ol Montreal Archbishop kinoa of St Louie Archbishop rid of 8tPaul Father Casellly evldentlywishi to guard against dleAfltw All tour have spoken Iii roe nt time JMnaiuiiiaj Jay are and leading Iyntitined n Catholic men tralnoul to defend thel faith that is in them Of the four Father Cassllly is the nearest right very probably Such leaders must be trained After their training more over they must be organized and energized andlet vs say frankly trusted Their plans of defensi should be heard with proper con sidcratiou for their experience There were those in France thirty five years ago who would not hen Louis Yculllot when he warned IIr approaching ttempest there were those who would nut hear the Coun do Mim when he counseled Catholii lay action a decade since When i11 the good of training lay Catholii leader if they may not bear theli share in the conflict It is gratify ing to realize that such mistake nil was made in France is being avoldec here Next Thursday will be Thanksgiv ing day and though some of us havi had trials and tribulations In the year that Is passing swiftly by we should give thanks to the Lord for His blessings and remember Thy will be done on earth as It Is In hxmven as we say In our dailjI prayers I IThe Catholic Sun says it would be Interesting to learn just how tar the American Manufacturers Assoeia than is responsible for the numerou shutdowns now taking pine throughout tin country A nice wa I to make hard times is to throw thousands of workinginen out of em ployment Most Rev John MI Fancy Arcl bishop of New York was born 1III- I Ireland and was ordained a priest Ii111 I nome thirtyseven years ago Sine then his labors have all been in till groat American metropolis I I I TIMEIPromised All Who Visit St Xavier School CoffeeI Social ladies of St Francis XavierI IIhe have made arrangements to give a coffee social duriiif the afternoon and evening of rues day November 20 in the rtow schoo building on Seventh street and Da vies avenue The coffee social wit begin at 2 oclock in the afternoon and supper will be served to thosio desiring it from 5 to 8 oclock St Francis Xavlers is the n west chunl in the city having been built nboir nine niontlis ago Tlie JJev Fatties Hill of the Cathedral has charge If the congregation He opened a schoo In September and in toe short spud of two weeks it numbered oresr ninety pupils thus necessitating the building of the ntow schoolhouse where the coffee social is to be held The new building is situated just south of Davies avenue on Seventh street a short walk from the end nl the Seventh street car line Thus ladies promise an enjoyable time t- aU who come MONEY PROM nln ANn Some money sent to Ireland for re storing old churchos appears to be coming back to America Cardinal Logue has sent a check to the build ing fund of a Nevada church tho first contribution doubtless ever received from an Irish Cardinal Archbishop for the erection of an Amcrican church LEFT FOR HOME After a short but very pleasant visit the Rev John J Higgins who was the guest of Mr and Mrs Will lam Higgins left Tuesday for his home In New York During jiis stay here Father HIggins was shown many of our Catholic institutions and was greatly impressed with their size and number He made many friends who hope his visits to Louisville may be frequent THEY MUST LIKE TillS The following little item taken from the Junior Order of American Mechanics proceedings published producedIforprofess hatred of religious ance and yet voted againfeb their own end In favor of the Republican city ticketI ILiberty Council held 14 regular love feast last Saturday evening Ai coat many visitors were present WesleyHarrisonfor Jefferson county and EdwardI fichoppenborst and a great many there Under the good of the or dIcr several Interesting speeches were made and it was reported that two of Liberty Councils members have seen elected in the election just pas- tE C Buyer Councilman and Jharles Hess Alderman Liberty xmgratulates both and wishes than cry successful terms In all about twenty Juniors were elected in the last election Those who changed their coat to rpe for the Juniors who are a jranoh of tbElAr Agare left but me tiling todOgoof and kick enuelves s 0 1 iS8GIETY e sN sw9w s4 lrt A cw1i1 i Miss Mollie Mattingly of Bards town visited friends here this week Mrs J F Brady and son of Portland left Sunday to visit relatives at Portland I Mrs Richard Flood of Jefferson vllle was in Bardstown for a visit to relatives this week John Mulligan returned Monday from a visit of several days with friends at Frankfort James J Clary and wife and little Miss Francis Clary left Monday for French Lick to spend ten days Miss Clara Donohue of Oakdale has been visiting in Shepherdsvllle the guest of Miss Lillie Thompson Miss Clara D name of Oakdale has returned from a visit to Miss Lillian Thompson at Shepherdsvllle Mrs Pierce McCarty formerly of Portland but now of Chicago Is hen as the guest of Mr and Mrs I Keene L D RIley M E Clare and J J Fahey were among those from this city who were this week registered In New York City Corporal Mike If pan is now alit to bcau of tcrboipR laid upset era days througn inimics received in i11 street car accident Mrs B A Farrell has almost recovered from a severe attack or tnnsoliti that has confined her to her home in Portland The ninny friends of Mrs Charles Vllller of the West End will b rejoiced to know that she has recov ered from her recent illness dins E Smith of Loulsylllo aul Miss Zell Downey of Blsbee Arizona were married in East St Louis m- on Thursday November 14 by Father Sweeney of SL Potrlcks church Little Miss Irene Coleman of Syracuse is here as the guest of he aunt Mrs Joe Sheridan in South Louisville and next week will visit her cousin Miss Helen Osborne 1 t Walnut Hill The wedding of Miss Mary Leonnr to William B Tagg of Omaha Neb will be solemnized at the vestry of St Johns church by the Rev Fathe L D Bax today Only the itrimediat families will be present Mss Cjirrie Scherzinger of Render son who tins been the guest of Miss Belle Ilnttt for the past two months has returned home During her visit here Mss Selieringer made soim pleasant acquaintances The numerous friends of Arthui 1 Klusella a prominent member OC Maekln Council who was operated or last week at St Josephs Infirmary will be glad to know that his reeo cry has been rapid and that he 5III again able to lie out Patrick Fluegan who Is now bent cd In St Louis has been here on n visit this past week looking up old friends and to attend the Flnegan Fischer wedding Mr Finegan if much elated over the election of hit friend Hon A E Willson as low ernorMiss Maggie Finn sister of Edward Finn of 1016 Fourth avenui tins been suffering during the past three weeks with a lisal leil bond The ailment began with n swelliiij of moderate dimensions but SOl handMissand her frijiids hope she will soar have the use of the injured member Next Tuesday nt St Anthonyi church there will be a wedding ol interest to many in the West End The contracting parties are 111I Tillie Vissman and Thomas Shaugli nessy one of Mackin Councils very prominent and popular members Miss Vissman is a pretty and ncconv pllshcd young woman and has been a favorite in her social set Miss Lula Murphy daughter iff Cornelius Murphy Sixth street near ftanc and George Perry son of Prof James Perry Fifth and Kentucky streets will be married on Saturday morning November 30 in St Loafs UertrandH church Rev Bernard Logan officiating Mls Murphy tins been a successful teacher of the Center and Walnut street school while Mr Perry is well known in railroad circles Miss Mayme C Kijcy of 1320 West Fefferson street was the uost es8 at a linen shower last week other home In honor of Miss Geneva Median whose marriage to Walter LOn lette took place Wednesday Those present were Misses Rose Kuhn Sellio Braun Catherine Grimes Emma Young Bertha Jurlngst Lula SchreIber Bertha Rothwell Mrs Sellle Beyer Mrs J W Fontana and Irs C Brucker 1 In spite of the inclement weather ind street car strike a largo gather marriagefrryJileberhunch Wednesday at noon The ceremony was performed by Very ley Father Logan and after a lunch eon at the brides residence the tripAmong1111 Patrick Finegan of St Louis ind Mrs Peter Jennings of Missis ippl One of the most notable weddings of the year in New Albany will take nolyTrinityJurran will celebrate the nuptial Lass and perform the ceremony that vlll unite Mss Mary Elizabeth fernia and John II llurson They are among the beat known young epple of the city both being prom tent in social and business circles ind their marriage will be one of Merest throughout Southern Indiana An invent in local society vas the oarrtaga on Wednesday at Mint leaevft Meelmn and vYalUr Ii Gil I BiU THe eraiaony war performed JY Rev Patrick Walsh of the sacred Heart church Miss Mayme Liley was the maid of honor and ore Itictzc the best man and surroundIng the young couple wero lifir immediate relatives The bride vas gowned in an exquisite travehij irstume with a hat of special styl Mter the wedding feast tire and groom left for a three 1oII bridal tour and upon their return vlll reside at 45 St James Court The feature of the coming wck will be the marriage of Miss Kugowo 11cphtucky street and Thomas Herrig L loplllarcolJductor on the Illtuoi Jcntral railroad On account of tn recent death of the bride elert father Joseph Cunningham Mi marriage sell be quiet occurring a It 715 oclock Wednesday evening 11 St Williams church Thirteenth nm Oak streets Miss Nannie MvGumv of lr40 West Broadwaywill lie bridesmaid and Martini Carey will be Mr Herrigs best man The young couple will leave for a trip to New Orleans immediately after the fro ninny which will be performed lij Rev Denis Murphy pastor of St Williams The ninny friends of Miss Marh Adams of 2519 Griffiths avenue will bo pleasantly surprised to read tin announcement of her engagement U Alexander Blandford their marring to be solemnized with n nuptial high mass at St Cecilias church or Thanksgiving morning at 10 oclock Miss Adams is the daughter of J C Adams and is a very popular and nt tractive young lady of the West Km where tier winning ways and isvee disposition have won for her the esteem of a wide circle of friend and admirers The groom is the sot of Mr and Mrs William HlamlfoH of Springfield For the past si1 x years he hurts resided here being con rieetcd with the Bourbon Stockyardi and well known in business circle Their many friends wish to cots gratulate them on their choice or companions for lifes journey and hope that their future path may bone of sunshine strewn with roses FAMOUS IRISH SINGER Comes to Star Country In His Wires Romantic Play Denis OSullivan the famous Irisl Kirltonc and singer of Irish foil lings sailed for New York Illst Saturday to star in the United State In his wifes romantic lush play leggy Machree opening ids seasoi in January in Chicago lie is wel known to Americans from his connection witih Francis Wilsons company and also for his remarkable islngin in Shaimis OHrlcn a comic open which was produced on Broadway II dozen years ago He was the recipient of a remarkable compliment In London Wednesday night when JIOO admirers representing all tin arts and society n really dint tinguishcd gathering witertatn him with a banquet at Hotel Cecil presided over by T 1 OConnor OSullivan is regarded not only as sn singularly gifted singer but us II most versatile musical scholar be sag one of thu chic spirits in tin movement which liar resulted in the rediscovery of Irish folk tongs The IrishAmerican societies of New York has invited tim to a ban quet on his arrival there HebnR promised to sing Iin that city on tint Manchester Martyrs anniversary November 20 In the Yorkvillc Casino CANT BLAME TIIKM Gen Booth leader of the Salvation Army in an address this week said that people everywhere wen tiring of religion He must be re erring to those who have heard hs street coorher religion accompaniei by a wheezy band I HISTORIC CHURCH BURNED I I111l Catholic church at longiu Iolnte near Montreal probably the oldest church in the province ol Quebec having been constructed ir the eighteenth century was burned tho loss lining placed at 75000 The church contained a valuable sacra mental service in silver brought over from France in 1720 I IUEVUN GOES HIGHER from Quebec that C- n Dovlin M P has resigned the lent for Nicolet in the House Iff ominous and has accepted the posi ion of Minister of the Department of Colonization Mines and Fisheries in the Provincial Government Ir Quebec In this particular case what Is Quebecs gain wijl be Ottawas OKI Sir Wilfrid Laurler has a hablt of looking about the provinces for the err choicest bits of timber for thu federal CablnW IRELAND AROUSED The great white plagu is par the Irish race vast years statistics show tint In Ireland over 12000 people died of uberculosis diseases alone The loath rate of Dublin is twenty and of Belfast twentytwo compared ivith Londons fourteen Liverpools fifteen and Edinburghs thirteen an 101 this difference in death rate tuberculosis is mainly responsible It is satisfactory to learn that IN- land is at least aroused In the mat iter of taking efficient steps against the dread disease MARCONIS IOTJlEni Mme Marconi tho mother of the amous inventor is a most charm Jng woman who has had a life filled with romance She was born Annie Jamison daughter of Andrew Jam son qf Daphne Castle and Fairfield Snfliscorthy County Vexford Ire and She was a brilliant beauty With a marvelous soprano voice which she decided to train for grand opera against the wishes of her fam- Ily She ran away to Italy to study mUsic She met Signor Marconi an taliao banker of Bologna and fell leeply In lovo with him The mar ragOJ took place at one thereby deriving the world of a queen of song Mme MarconiI spends a great deal of lJer time in Ireland now lor not sly has else her own relatives but he fs especially fond of her Bona rife who wag Beatrice OBrien she iter of Lord Inokl uin n o o RESEARCHES Show Vatican Does Not Pear Scientific Discussion of Vulgate Abbot Gosquet President of the English Benedictines has arrived in Rome to undertake another revision uf the Vulgate or St Jeromete version of the Bible Tills matter has been intrusted to the Benedictines by toe Vatican The Abbot had a long private audience with the Pope Wednesday on the matter in hand The Pope realized the vastness of the undertaking and has authorized the Abbot to associate with hhnsilf whatever scholars he would like The researches lire to be carried out ii nil parts of the world The Abbot will select his nssistans next week and it is hts desire to have among tliein an American He is not re- St rieted to Catholics In his selection The Pope insists that the work c done In the unost scientific way 1 In order to convince Catholics as well ns iionCnthalics that this is a rcmitnn attempt to discover the true basis of the text of St Jerome This attitude will I prove it is believed that the Vatican does not fear scien tific discussion of the Vulgate The Abbot estimates that the cost of this revision will be about 5000 a year This sum will be expended chiefly in traveling expenses to secure photographs of manuscripts an1I Bibles which will be collated hi Home It is intended to revise only one part of the Bible at a time hut which part will be taken up first has not yet been decided HEHHKWS BANQUET CHAPLAIN I Ilh1 Hebrew veterans of the was with Spain will give a banquet iIn New York in honor of the llev W- r J Reanbysenior Catholic chaplaii in the United States navy on D eciii her 11 HAAIC NEXT MONTH The ladies of St Georges congre gation are arranging for a bazar which will open on December 7 Their former undertakings have been vertj successful and enjoyable and with their experience they hope to maki this surpass any heretofore held by them FORTY HOURS The Forty Hours prayer will be gin tomorrow at the high mass at St Mary Magdalens church lon tinning until Tuesday This is on- If the most beautiful devotions o line church and it IIs needless to say 111 titer inu cipohl will welcointe nit wino visit St Mary Magdalens during that period f u ANNIVERSARY St Klixnbeths Benevolent Society of St Anthonys church will tomorrow celebrate its anniversary with appropriate religious ceremonies This society is composed of wl known German Catholics of the Wesi and during its long existence lEnd accomplished an incalculable amount of charitable work IIESIOXS POSITION Harold Gunn for some time past n popular clerk with the L N at Ninth and Broadway has resigned his position and yesterday accompa ruled his mother to his old home al Rochester X Y The reason for his lleaving Louisville was falling health and the many friends he made here are hopeful that the change of ell mate may prove beneficial RISING YOUNG LAWYER William T McNally who woe re cently admitted to the bar has beer very successful In his law practice and gives promise of taking hIgh rank among the young lawyers of the city He has taken an office suite In the Kentucky Title building with entrance at Room 203 where his friends will find him when not engaged In the courts Will has in legion of admirers who are elated over his prospects FATHER FOWLERS TRANSFER Very Uev T D Fowler former prior of St Louts Bertrands church has been elected prior of the Holy Name church in Kansas City succeeding Very Rev M A Hourigan who was also a former prior here Rev Father Fowler made one of the most successful priors the Domini can church ever mad and has a good many well wishers and admirers in this city who always watch his career with fnterest- GRATIFYING SUCCESS The euchre and reception of the libcrnian Ladles Auxiliary on Wednesday evening was well attend ell and proved such a gratifying success that they will have another me thte first ot the new year All present spent a most enjoyable even ng and the winners were elated over the twenty handsome prizes hat were distributed The ladies desIre to return thanks tto those Ilbernians who encouraged them br heir presence ELECT 5IATT WINK The annual meeting of the Amer cab Turf Association was held in SMcago on Tuesday and Col Mutt iVinn of tithe city was the choice for resident being reelected by a manimous vote Col Winn is now in Sew Orleans where he leas every thing ready for the winter opening at City Park this afternoon Ills election is gratifying to horsemen hroughout the country as his ibiljty stamps him as the best Presi lent the association ever had MPLIMENT FOR POSTOFFICE The Louisville postal authorities this week received a communicatiri rout the Second Assistant Postmaster General in which they are mplimentcd on their reports for tho October weighing of mails TJ keep this record has been a great work for Postmaster Woods and Superintendent ODonnell and it is ratifying to the friends of the loulsville offee which is recognized tis on fit tbe beat fa the country to now that the care and theroufcaneee with which the work was done and the promptness with nblch the re- i 11 STEWART DRY GOODS COtt Dullness Established Sixty Years wi tEtf goE I COLORED DRESS GOODS Second Floor EXCEPTIONAL VALUES IN v THE SEASONS POPULAR DRESS FABRICS EXTREMELY LOW PRICED Special showing of new Bearskin Coatings in white and creams 54 inches widePrices from 300 to 500 per yard 125 54inch Sheveron Stripes entirely new in design and strictly all wool colors navy royal brown leather and garnet worth 150 yard SILKS Second Floor r NEW AUTUMN WEAVESll i IN- FASHIONABLE i f rd SILKSrSPECIALLY PRICED 79c YARD Allsilk Satin StripePlaids splendid assortment of colors and styles to select from regular 100 values- Completeline of Plain and Fancy Velvets representing all the new weaves such as Pekin stripes Persian effects plaids moire in stripes and plaid designs Sheverori stripes Checked and Polka Dot Velvets in Marquisette grounds Chiffons Paons in all colors Also our famous Vel Du Vett shown ex elusively by usPrices from 125 to 500 per yard BLANKETS Second FloorI R Lambsdown Fleeced Blankets the perfection of wooli= i finisli blankets at onehalf wthe price full i size Special 248 pair LINENS Second Floor Special sale of Shamrock Linen Damask Napkins at 300 350 and 400 a dozen all underpriced CHILDRENS READYTOWEAR Third Floor VALUES OF UNUSUAL MERIT IN MISSES AND CHILDRENS READYTOWEAR A I FOR THIS SELLING Misses and Childrens School Dresses in serges Panaitmas and plaid suitings fancy embroidery braid and button trimmed in all colors sizes 4 to 14 Regular 1250 value priced at 750 Misses Tailored Suits semifitting coats and plaited skirts made of fancy woolen checks and mixtures sizes 14 to 20 Regular 2250 value priced at 1500 Misses and Childrens Winter Coats in plain cloths or mixtures velvet collar and button trimmed in all colors Regular 600 value priced at 450 STEWART DRY GOODS CO tM CONNECTION WITH JAMES HtCKElY fc Ct MEW YMT INCORPORATED Albert T Schranz Co REAL ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES MONE Y TO LOANfUMII PHONE MAIN 27y JRoom I f Law Bldg Center and Greari M1 C1cfULBYS Monday Tuesday and Wednesday oven ings and Wednesday matinee Hanlell in S hakaspear- ePlaysHOPKINSi p The Ideal Family Ihtatre HIGHCLASS VAUDEVILLE aSHOWS DAILY2 N B Amateur Night Friday Childrens Toy Matinee Saturday ALL SEATS RESERVED Matinee 10 151 25c Night 10 20 30c FOR Furniture Of all kinds at the lowest prices Go to WM f MAYER 419 W MARKET STREET t FOR RENTe Modern iiveroom upper flat on ifth Btroot Separate entrance both gases six closets Couple of squares from Dominican rchurch 25 Homo phone 4231 port was made are greatly appra fatedr t- v LUJ All the now Fall Styles anti shapes can be found hero at reasonable prices Office Hours Home Phone 9 to 4 61Z1 DR JFRANIf 1 SULLIVAN DENTIST 739 FOURTH AVENUE CB THOMPSON FLORIST ROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 632 FOURTH AV3SNUB Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction vusrantw ERRY HUNOLD DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Groceriis 4 A FIRSTCLUafOMPLE ROOM hONOldI d t tWALUT Pt u t 1 t i aL NTUCKY 1IuSH AMSlzIC1 h i BE SURE TO CALL FOR j McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE tttt H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky M JBANNON tJPm b Mgr P BANNONJR VlccPrts SecretaryR B Treasurer Kentucky VitrioI ErithfiD INCORPORATED 1tZanufciotexrora of VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS Office 508512 W JMerson St Works Magnolia Ave Bet 9th and lath l TELEPHONE 973 TELEPHONE 1252 + + + ++ + + +T + ++ t Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 M tlDt tl Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS rACalls Answered Promptly Dar or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET J+++++++ 1+++ I HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128II J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORSII AND EMBALMERS S3S East Main Street III t I H I I I 11 I I i I 11 1 J 11 1 J I I 1 II I 1 1 J 1 I J 11 I t I J Eo TRACY T H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 383 n TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS I I CarriizM Short Purnlbedon Notlct I 1 I I 1 J 1 1 I 1 I I I I I I THOMAS KEENAN I Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All cotta promptly attended to day or night carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET IT PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENtS The Sisters of Mercy of Jrffersonvllle spitalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates verv tCah enable For farther particulars apply o MOTHcR MAY REtilNiri- PRCY HOSPITAL Sp rk Avenue Jeflrnanvllle Ind lire year boys aa education that will prcpart them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEQF 112 W Broadway LonUvltl Ky Conducted by tIe XayerUn Brother Claaatea- lacieatlficandBiiriBeMCoQnMPTiparatot Uf- rrtraeat Urce Bwtaralu Pnel Well Hqal a Mtan Tetaa Moderate tie lai ft lfli- tt rr I a v LJ BANNON 1531 W MARKET STREET- 1I1III11L1tIIIi1I1IIIIIIH JI HI L PETER M AANDRIOTSONS8 N WAGONH MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing aid Bolter TIres 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET HENRY ftAIJIJ PPOLSU DYER AND CLEANER Ladles end Gents Wearing Appirel WORK GUARANTEED 1 la52lI Fifth Street Old and Rare Whiskies specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGE LOUIS WABNITZ COI Prcprfuters 339 FIFTH STREET C HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- Newa Notes Division 2 held another good meet ing last night St Pauls next big event will bo the grand ball of Division 9 on Thanksgiving eve Much is expected of the degree team when they appear at Bertram Hall for the big initiation The St Iaul festival1 enabled the order to pay off a debt of 3000 for furnishing the new Hibernian halls Monday night the Ladies Auxiliary of Pueblo Col had a box party at which there were several startling surprises Division 3 of Hartford Conn has secured the Auditorium tnd will hold i Thanksgiving bazar there Moviun ber 27 nnd 28 The committee appointed by tits County Board will soon meet to begin nrrangttnioiits for the St Pat ricks day celebration throngedClarksAmerican flag and 300 banner were presented to Division CO Through the efforts of the division and auxiliary at Pueblo the study of Irish history has been introduced Ila- St Patricks school there Division 1 of Duluth continues to recruit new members hoping to be the largest in Minnesota when the next State convention meets Tho officers of Division 1 look for nightPlanswill be made nnd officers nominated Division J will nominate officers next Thursday night All the mem bers have been notified and they will hear much that will interest themThe Ladles Auxiliary meets Wednesday night when some Im portant questions will be presented for discussion All who possibly can ire urged to be present The Hibernian ball always one of the looked for affairs in Denver topk place Thursday night under the auspices of the military division and Granada Hall was thronged Presidents and Secretaries should seos to it that all their candidates are present to receive the degrees byDhlslontiny November 25 The fact that a fivedollar gold piece was among the prizes offered at the grab bag party of the Ladles Auxiliary at Newark added intense interest to the affair which proved a successful social function The most elaborate programme ever given under the auspices of the order in Portland Ore has been ar ranged for the entertainment to bo giveni there on November 24 in honor of the Manchester martyrs The four divisions of Manchester N H have purchased 500 copies of Lhe history of Ireland and placed the same in the parochiali schools of that city Two copies were also given inch division and two to the Man jhester Public Library The new home of Division 15 of Plttsburg recently opened repre opening sand members from all parts of the country every county officer being thirtyfivedivisions State Secretary Margaret Grady Auxl11aryIssues pleasurebypaid there is a balance on hand ot 40000 to meet future obligations and the membership and finances show a good increase each month Hero is an example for our Kentucky auxiliariesWith liar decorated in green AuxIIIrryseason last weal First cards wcn played and then daring till inter rvision supper was served Over tnloythewee sma hours The affair was ii rected by Mrs Anna Lynch and Mrs Martin woyasuccessThe lmrndlilleeatNeponsetsuccess both from a financial and artistic standpoint and the costumes of the young ladles and some of the young men were beautiful as well almostithout iriledhitsdown YOolUIncnoveralls The dances included all the theVirginaldance SWORE IN BY MAYOR Wednesday morning Mayor Grin stead swore In lira appointees and the nfollowsDulllttEdward DarrettJohQ CowanWColbforsStollAfter electedPresident wardCtheDoardandHelmsucceedhimboards will make in the heads of departments under their control are yet speculative though It Is almost certain that before long many will lose their positions READY TO BUILD The congregation of St Mary of The Knobs church only a short dls lance front Yew ft bany andoJ yeiri preside1 over y Itev Fatlnr Hillebrand now stationed at Evans yille Is ready to begin work on their i parisblonersber of bracks for the structure dug Ii r SOCIETY DIRECTORYY A O HE DWIBQN 1 Meets oln the Second and Fourth Fri day Evenings of Each Month President Thomas D Clines Vice President James J Kllkelly Recording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Financial Secretary P J Cuaick Courthouse Treasurer diaries J Finegan Sergeantatarms James Doran DIVISION 2 eets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna Treasurer Owen Kelran Recording Secretary Joseph T LynchFinancIal SecretaryJohn T Keas eYe D1VISON 3 and Third Thurs Meets on the First day evenings ot Each Month North east corner of Seventeenth and oalnlresldentJames Coleman Vice President Phil Cavanangh Recording SecretaryJohn Morris Financial Secretary John Uession 1714 Baird street Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sergeant at arms Thomas Noon DIVISION Meets second and fourth Mondays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Walnut President Joseph P McGinn Vice President Stephen J Mefc- lllott Recording Secretary Frank P Burke Financial Secretary W J Con nelly 1700 Seventh street TreasurerJoseph L Lenlnnn Sergeant at Arms Robert Mitchell SentinelWilliam Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County President Louis Conatan tinePresidentJohn Kennedy Vice President B Coyle Recording Secret tryTo OHcrn Financial SecretaryJ E Murphy TreasurerMichael Kinney MarshallM Garrity Banner Bearer J G Cole Y JMt I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Event gs at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street President Ben J and First Vice President John T Ken neySecond Vice PresidentFrank Lan ahanRecording Secretary Ben Reed Financial SecretaryFrank Q Adams 2141 Rowan street Corresponding SecretaryJoseph J HancockTreasurerDaniel W Weber Marshal John Humphrey Inside Sentinel Adolphns Andrlot Outside Sentinel O rge Bartsch Brock UnionmadeClothes SUITS and- OVERCOATS io TO 25 Highgrade goodsmade- by the best union jour neymen tailors Sold in Louisville only at LEVYSTHIRD ing the fall and they are now en gaged in hauling quantities of gravel to be used in the concrete foundation The building will cost when completed about 20000 and will bone of the finest country churches in Indiana It will be erected on the site of the old log church built in the early years of the last century by French missionaries who settled in the Lafayette township hills havI ing come there from France COMING EVENTS November 102oSi Columbas church building fund euchre at Pfis ters Hall November 20 Hibernian Ladies Auxiliary euchre at Robinson Hall Seventeenth and Market November 3123 Twoact drama The Last Loaf at St Leos school hall Highland Park November 2628 St Pauls school bazar at school hall on Jackson streetNovember 27 Trinity Council Thanksgiving dance at club house COLD BORE CURE Take two parts castor oil to one part spirits of camphor Mix and brthe the sore frequently beef feet lIs almost magical the first ape plication giving immediate relief It heals the most obstinate cold sore in an incredibly short time n 0 Q 10 IRELAND Record of the Moat Important 01 tbe Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Tenants on the Foster estate in the County Louth have signed agree ments for purchase There will be a great home rule meeting at Cavan on November 24 at which John Ilcdmond will be presentThe Irvine estate in County Lontli has been sold to the tenant at the lowest price recorded under the land act of 100- 3Iatrick Trainor has sold his farm at Killeneoole consisting of eighteen Irish acres to Putrick McKnaney for 3400- Fira gutted the McDowell cycle works and the Kdmoml saw mills in Armagh entailing a loss of several thousand pounds Lunhams pork factory att Dan dalk will soon reopen prepared to kilt 1000 pigs per vtek and employ an Increased force of hands Despite the bad weather ninny County Louth farmers will find this a profitable season as they cir realizing fine prices for their crops The steam and water flax mills be longing to Justice Dlgnam at Cnrrickatee have started work and large numbers are given employment Pita Tubercurry Magistrates passed resolutions expressing regret at the retirement of II T Crotty ns resident magistrate for the district Throughout the IJallybay district potato digging was in full swing last week While the crop in general is very fair the yield is not equal to former years The ninny friends of Mr Conlun of the Postoffice at Cavan regret Mi transfer ot lKnniskilkn He was al ways obliging and courteous in the discharge of hiss duties A number of tenants from Cues and thn surroundings were in Bally bay to make an offer to their lanJ lord for the purchase of their holdings but came to no agreement Another link with the far past has been removed in the person of Daniel Shnridun of Cavan who was laid to rest in Annugelliff graveyard Tho deceased who belonged to an old Cavan family had reached the ripe age of eightyfour years A young man named Patrick Hcgarty of Curragh near Castkrea has been arrested in connection with an assault on u cousin named lames Higarly aged about sixty years who has succumbed to his injuries A dispute it is stated arose between the parties over trespass John Gilmartin the Vice Chairman of the Sligo Hoard of Guardians has been elected to the Chairmanship of that body in room of the late Bernard Collery J P The new Chairman Is a Ball mote man and n well known agitator Ills appoint ment is a popular one The Balllntubber Branch of the United Irish League has pledged itself to wage unceasing war on local grabbers and can upon the Castlerea inoicliantK nnd tradespeople to standby them and not supply goods to those on the black list until the ranchers are surrendered The death of Maurice OConnor late Sergeant of the Irish Constabulary and for twenty years a respected resident of Dundalk caused widespread sorrow He was an upright and conscientious man an excellent husband and father a kindly neighbor and a sincere and practical Catholic and enjoyed the good will of all who knew him Very Kev James Dunphy celebrated his sacerdotal golden jubilee at Arklow amid every manifestation cf enthusiasts and affection on the part of his parishioners It was also the fiftieth anniversary of his appointment to the mission in Ark low where lie has done much for the material benefit of the people for education for churches schools and priests and teachers residence News of the death of Justice T M Richardson which took place in Dublin rather suddenly was received with regret by all who knejv him In Dundalk and County Louth He was an Irish gentleman of the old type of singular liberality of view and warmth of heart to whom no de serving appeal was ever made in vain Ills funeral to Hnynestown was a striking demonstration of public re spect every class and creed being representedA has been com menced in County Sligo and it prom ises to be a great success The company has been established for the manufacture of bricks floor tiles drain pipes and similar goods on a largo scale and the expensive machinery for this purpose Is at pres cat being laid down me clay is exceptionally good and the company expects to begin supplying goods toward the end of November The capital is 50000 but there has been no initial public issue FREE OF DEBT Through the indefatigable efforts of the Rev James J Conniff the Church of Our Lady in Portland has preparation secration which it has been an nounced will take place next month The Church of Our Lady Is one of the oldest parIshes In the city and therefore its people and pastor have cause for great rejoicing Father congratulations looked upon with some surprise to view of the many improvements made and the difficulties he had to contend with The consecration cere monies will doubtless be conducted by Bishop McCloskey and the occa sion will be a notable one for Louis ville Catholics ABLE TO GO HOME William Kennedy son of Mr and Mrs Patrick W Kennedy and a well known clerk In the employ of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company who was confined for several weeks In a hospital In Jeffersonville with n fractured leg sustained by falling from a car in the railroad yards there has progressed so far toward recovery as to be able to be removed to the home of his parents In New Albany n FRANK FEHR BREWING CQ I o Brewers and Bottlers I ILOUISVILLE KY CII 1913TSIC WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS a Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINK Hofbrau and Pilseaer Beer BREWED BYii SENN ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANY INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 rO nSVJLrE KY 209 PABSTBEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hops never permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged BLEPHONEJa8 A o Louisville Branch Fourteenth and Jefferson Stsjj II ASK FOR FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7669 COMB SHONE WEST 69 JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET I Telephone ASK FOR Kyi DIERSENSFINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHNFOERTEI COINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERI 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY I ORDER YO- URCOAL FROM DooeWy tannin Seventh end Magnolia Before there is another advance Best creened Pittsburg coal This is the time to lay in your winter supply PHONE 178- 3H1RItMANN BBCS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUOR Distillers and Wholesale Deal ere in Finest Brands of leer tacky Whiskies e peHMi PEARL OF NELSOl BOTTLED IN RHNP Telephone 1948 ZU SivthI are Independent of All Undertaker KATIE AG BS SMITH LADY MBA Me Washing and Dressing Ladle an Children a Sprciiltv OfEeeKW St Catherine BnthPhnmu f G LOUISVILLE Year In and i ourDIAMOND I ItInsafeInKentucky Wall Plaster Co INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook and River I Louisville Also operating the Homier Wall P ter plAt T ffrnnvill Td Phtnp WINES LIQUORS ClBAR VALS SALOON iVAL LESTER Prop tnt lunr ivurt mommy arm fi34- irnl AAnr1011 eau w I RRNT o 9 I r WIP- r1v1 j UJL21El1E5JH 4 N1 i11tY e1L1st THE BIG STORE Wants you to see that New Underwear that they are showing which is sold with a Guaranteed Bond They come in Tan and Silver Grey 2 GARMENTS 2 SEASONS 2 DOLLARS THE BIG STORE 424 5tlBetweea I MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO I Clearance Sale To Make RoomI FOR BIG SHIPMENT OF SELECT HOLIDAY PIANOS Owing to the fact that we have placed a very largo order for HOLIDAY PIANO y and expect them In a very short time wo now offer at an exceedingly low price for cash or easy payments If desired the following wellknown makes slightly used WILLARD Upright 165 KURTZMANN Upright 150 SCHUBERT Upright 195 ARMSTRONG Upright 170 ELLINGTON Upright 155 THEO GREEN Upright 145 The Largest Piano Stock in the South f MONTENEGRO RIEHM MUSIC COu Incorporated oaeaono XTOURTH AVENUE MAIN NOVEMBER1 weather with its chilling breezes and frosty air makes- us feel the need of a healthful stimulant Mulloys Coffees just fill the bill SPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR 50C Green Black or Mixed Teas an excellent grade 1 pound for UJLLOY COFFEB g a 1mPbon iJJ3 X15 W JVIABtKBT she TMCIST- OQvawyaf i FREEiBEGINNING SEPT 2 A IEl EurekaFlyer as long as they last will be given in each sack o- fEDINGERS EUREKA FLOUR None Better Made Except 0 cent 15 cent and G lb sacks In addition to the premium tickets which are redeemable for valuable articles at our office Get a flyer for the children fXt 8 tttl 4 Tll661iaOQQ6rsBOOKGo 0 Mr PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE Give os a cal and inspect our line of goods They are the E finest of their kind in the city W- 4 4ARTICLES IEVERY DESCRIPTION b3E V Jffrso street 6F WORK A CYMIfIiONE 27 45c ROASTER QUICK MEAL RANGE J For many years the Quick Meat lies been ualvemlly acknowledged the best gas r eg + in the market They cook quickly b ke excellently and on account of their pi eat air burners consume lest gas than any other They are more easily c eaned and are made to last The new improvements this year will keep it in the front rank Having made our 1907 contract before the advance in prices of all iron goods we are able to sell at old prices GEHER SON 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND SiS st3 4 8 LARGEST AND BESTr i a IN THE OUTS UNITED LAUNDRY CO Incorporated HAND SPECIALTY GAS GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 1188493732 N SHEPARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN 4 Ibert T Schranz Co REAL ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES MO1EY TO LOANI a yRosm I Law dldrlt Center rd OnimI 1 0i 322 toI 328West WestMarket i Street BACD= e SON MARKET iREET SET THIRD AND fOUIUHI- NCORPOItATFO I i PETTICOATS 98c I In several pretty styles cut full and wide wellmade specially good value at only Black Sateen and Moreen Petticoats finishedI 3 withruffles and bias bands cut full wide also I extra size Sateen Petticoats choice at onlyI i Black Petticoats made with full flounce finished with accordion plaiting II and two ruffles around the bottom Petticoats in black and all the new fall shades made with five sectional flounces 0 which form one deep flounce with deep underlay cut full and wide this petticoat looks I silk and wears much better Silk Petticoats in black and all the leading shades III V1 made of Simonsi rustling taffeta silk with deep 01 flounce finished with corded tucks t specialvalue at enO OO M Gala Day For People of the Baby Parish of Louisville Rev John D Kalaher and the people of St Columbas congregation the baby parish of the Louisville diocese have made every preparation for the celebration tomorrow of their first anniversary The ceremonies will be elaborate and impressive and will begin with the high mass at 10 oclock In the evening at 730 there will be solemn vespers and benedic tion followed by a sermon which Will be prcaclied by a priest noted throughout the State as a forceful and eloquent speaker During the past year Father Kalahcr and his little flock have done a great work Besides the establishment of a well attended school and the building of an addition to the church a new pas toral residence is nearing completion and on all sides there are signs of Catholic activity and progress For the purpose of raising needed funds with which to prosecute tho work already undertaken the ladies of St Columbas have secured Ifisters Hall Twentyfifth and Market streets for next Tuesday and Wednssday when they will give one of the seasons most enjoyable euchres For this they have secured numerous elegant prizes and in ad dition a splendid supper will be provided for all at a nominal cost As the cause is one of the most deserve ing and all will spend an enjoyable evening large crowds may be looked for MACKIN COUNCIL Will Add Thirty Names to Its Roster Tuesday Night Mackin Council had a well attended meeting Tuesday night when Messrs Kcmper and look were reported still sick the latter having been removed to the Mercy Hospital in Jefferson vllle The Lecture Committee re ported everything in readiness for Who appearance of Dr L 1 Ernst berger next Thursday night when he will deliver his address on tuberculosis ire prevention and cute for which he was selected by the Anti tuberculosis Association degreeteamheld at the regular meeting next Tuesday night when a class of thirty would receive the degrees and have their names added to the council roster This will put Mackin over the largestCatholicthe United States The attention of the members was called to the tact that the nomina tion of officers for the icnsulng term would take place at the meeting on Tuesday November CO and the election to follow at the first meeting In December Under the Presidency of Ben Sand the council has made marked progress this year antI were it necessary the last note on the property could be paid off YOUNG PEOPLES DANCE Trinity Council Y M I has Is sued invitations for its Thanksgiving eve dance at tho club on East Gray street and a delightful evening Is promised all who attend Unusual preparations for this affair are being trade by a committee composed of Dr P O Bentel Jr Victor Ecker James B Kelly Edward Kelty Andy Kolfer and Frank Pilson CAPT MUHTA DEAD Capt James Murta whoso death occurred Saturday evening at tho homo ofhis soninlaw Albert Kel lor 3204 Rudd avenue was well known to the people of this city where he had lived upwards ofhalt a century and had many acquaint ances along the Ohio and Mississippi rivers as well all of whom will rend the announcement of his demise with a sense of deep regret Born in the old land seventy years ago his life had been spent as master of steamboats in the Western and Southern river trade with the ex ception of a period when he served in the Confederate navy and army Strong in hL convictions of what he deemed to bo right always courteous and gentlemanly in his treatment of others he was admired and respected by alt who came to know him An earnest practical Catholic t say 150 Heatherbloom 225 Heatherbloom 298 498 0 he was in every sense a splendid typo of manhood The last time he left home was on election day when he went out and voted the Demo cratic ticket Surviving him are his wlfo and five children Ills funeral was conducted by the Rev Father Couniff on Monday morning at the Church of Our Lady and in the funeralsermon he paid high tribute to the veteran who had been called for his last vlyage HIGHLAND PARK Young People Will Present Drama Thursday and Friday The people of Highland Park and vicinity urn much interested in a dramatic performance to be pre sented in St Leos school hall on Tlursday and Friday nights by the young folks of that section Recently they organized a most prom ising dramatic company and for several weeks have been rehearsing The Last Loaf a pleasing twoact comedy drama which will be their first offering The cast of characters youngladiesa silversmith Theodore Shipper Caleb Hanson a baker George Shipper Harry Hanson his son Madden DcCoursey Dick Bustle a journeyman baker Will McCnnn Tom Chubbs a butcher Arch Dan- Iel Kate Ashton Marks wife Mary McDowell Lily Ashton their daughter Lulu Schwtairnian Patty Jones a Yankee girl Marcella KustcsNice scenery and all accessories have been procuredl and a very creditable performance may be ex pected Among the young people who will appear on this occasion there is much talent and therefore they are deserving of encourage ment as theyisIll devote the proceeds to a most worthy purpose The Secondstreet cars will carry all who desire to attend to within a few steps of the hall THEATRICAL The Volunteer Organist a drama of the appealing sort and one that made favorable impression here on the occasion of its first visit is an nounced for next week at the Masonic Theater All of next week Mcauloyg will present The Lion and tho Mouse organizationthatChicago and New York where its phenomenalThosebest offering will not miss this show The Mary Anderson announces another fine bill for next week one that will present a number of entirely new features Every after noon and night this week the at tendance has been excellent and with the many fine acts promised greaterdemand At the Hopklnfl next week will bo- one of the best vaudeville bills of the Receptionheadliner and Thomas Ryan Marie Richfield and Company are to present it Two novelty nets will be witnessed in Barnarn Marionettes a wonderful lot of manikin actors and Irma Orbasanys cockatoos said to bo the best trained bird act in the world James Cullen a favorite monologist the Arlington Four the messenger boy quartet Sullivan and Pasquclcna Bowery char acter impersonators Ida Mince European contortionist and the kinodronVo showing again How the Office Boy Saw the Hall Game are among the other offerings listed EUCHRE AND SOCIAL Monday afternoon and evening the ladies of the Altar Society of St Michaels church will have a pleasant entertainment for their lady and gentlemen friends in the school hall on Brook street between Market and Jefferson It will be in the nature of a charity euchre and coffeo social for which tho ladies have made every preparation and secured many pretty end costly prizes This is one of the poorer parishes of the oity and as these good woman have had a hard struggle they are deserving of encouragement and a largo attendance it this affair which will be made ex ceedingly pleasant tor all who attend Fho games will begin at 230 and 8 oclock o c 6 0000 322 to 0WestWestMarket 0MarketStreet 0o BLACK SATEEN eteelflrt ANNIVERSARY GLORIOUS OCCASION Blessing of Handsoms Life Size Crucifix at Holy Cross Father John Sheridan and the con gregation of Holy Cross church are happy over the blessing of the handsome lifesize crucifix and tins impressive ceremonies connected therewith last Sunday night The church was thronged with members of St Michaels parish and friends from all parts of the city who were present to do honor to Father Sher idan and add glory to the occasion Every bit of space was occupied and the church was thronged beyond ex pectations A pleasing feature was the special and excellent musical programme that was rendered by the choir from St Michaels church Fol lowing the solemn vespers and bene diction celebrated by Rev Father John J Fitzgerald who erected the church and was its first pastor as sisted by Rev Patrick Walsh and Rev Thomas A Murray as deacon and subdeacon with Rev Thomas White officiating as master of ceremonies the Rev Charles Cassidy C P blessed the crucifix and preached one of the most eloquent and comprehen she sermons ever heard in that church The crucifix occupies a con spicuous place in the church and lends an impressive appearance to the interior Other priests who graced the occa sion with heir presence and occupied scats within the sanctuary were Fathers Charles P Raffo Hugh Brady M Melody John Sheridan and Charles Cassidy The church was brightly illuminated and the altars tastefully decoratedl and the aces sion was one that will not be soon forgotten FATHER JANSEN Popular Paducah Priest Will Celebrate Silver Jubilee Beginning tomorrow and continue ing Monday and Tuesday the Rev Father Norman W Jansen and the Catholics of Paducah will celebrate with elaborate and Impressive core monies the silver jubilee or twenty fifth anniversary of his pastorate ot St Francis de Sales church in that city one of the handsomest edifices lsholWilliamrifle will officiate at the Tridium service of thanksgiving on that occasion The celebration will close with a reception in the new Knights of openedforthe Uev A A Lambert of Chicago will deliver an address Father Jansen assumed the pas torate of St Francis de Sales Nov em her 19 1882 He was ordained by the Wight Ilev Bishop McCloskey in Louisville on May 19 1875 He is a native of Louisville and was educated In the parochial school of St Martins in this city St Thomas Seminary in Nelson county St Jo sephs College at Bardstown and Preston Park Seminary Louisville Father Jansen has been a zealous priest and the handsome new churci h+ has erected will long stand as a monument Iit his memory Quite a number of relatives and friends from participate HOLIDAV PRESENTS One of the finest stocks of jewelry ever brought to this city is now on exhibition nt Brunns jewelry store 530 West Market street and intend ing purchasers of holiday gifts are advised to examine what they have to offer before making their selec tions Their stock includes diamonds watches rings jewelry and brica brae of the finest grade and at prices that willbe found very reason able For the accommodation of those who may so dcslrb the Brunns will allow purchasers to make their selections and hold them until wanted upon the payment of a small deposit They have presents that are suitable to all classes of people VACATIONS Next Week quite n number of mem bers of the police force will ho given their annual ten days vacation among those on the list being Patrolmen P Cronin John Uoldcn Mike 0IIarc Milo Deoaney J P Cooney nnd Corporal T Flynn R I IiNNFNAN JAMES GREENEt 425 427 AND 429 EAST MARKET STREET I Furniture Carpets Rugs 4 Stoves Ranges LOWEST PRICES BEST TERMS I Humes Furnished CompleteN- ow is the time to take up the house furnishing question Come in and Ilet us show you the many features of our immense assortment Wo think we can convince you that it is to your advantage to purchase here We would qunlltyfromalwaysbemarks every transaction In fact we dont consider a deal closed unless the customer is absolutely satisfied Fully prepared Jo furnish your home we can safely say a larger finer or more varied stock can not be found When you buy from us you have the satisfaction of knowing that every article is exactly as represented made in the most substantial manner finish and design perfect t FINE JEWELRYWe are now showing the finest assortment ever seen in this city Diamonds Gold Watches Rings and Necklaces at most reasonable prices Calland see our display of Handsome Silverware BRTJNN THE I 530 West flarket Street JEWELERrnmrporaled 16 Per 100 We have the most centrally located yards Iin the city teams tho best drivers and can guarantee the most what more could you ask SCANLON COAL CO Only Local Dealers Handling Original Straight Creek I FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager HBADQUARTERS FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season You can always find the best the market affords in Choice Cut of Beef Spring thecityLOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY Established Reliable Syttea QfIS snxctR- Fresldeat THE ON- LYSHOE POLISH MADE IN THE SOUTH FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS Shorthand and Typewritinst IIacquisition 11IHroItPOLTEDoPulUC ACCOnEnt1G Toner Kuril WHEN YOU WANT JOB PRINTINGDone With Neatness and Dispatch Call at This Office DR J T CHAWK 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