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I KENTUCKY I IRISH AMERIcAN Yt1LG1IE XXINO 20 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 14 1908 PRICE FIVE CENTS CHICAGOI Will Bo Scene of Great Events During the Coming Week Catholic Center of Middle West Will Entertain Delegates to the CongrcssI CIt ofJI Educational Institutions Is Host I I SIGHTS THAT ARE WORTH SEEINGI The Catholic Missionary Congress I will open its deliberations in Chicago I tomorrow and while the functions I on the opening day will be of a religious nature strictly the actual work will be done during the three succeeding days It is fitting that the Congress should be held in theee colossal city of the Middle West beII cause Chicago is really the Catholic centor of the United States There are larger Catholic dioceses in the East perhaps but Chicago is the cen I ter from which the great mission spirit must emanate Louisville will be represented in the Missionary Con gress by the Rev Fathers O P Ack erman Thomas W White and Charles P Raffo and John J Caffroy will represent the laity John F Coleman a life member of the Church Extension Society and one of Chicagos leading business men and Knights of Columbus was in Louis ville last week and gave an interest ing account of the preparations that Chicago Catholics were making for the entertainment of the delegates j Chicago is not only large and In fluential from a Catholic standpoint In Itself but just as In a commercial way It dominates the entire Northwest I and Is representative of Its people and its soil so also 13 Chicago 1 the keystone for Catholic spirit throughout the Mississippi Valley j and the entire West and Northwest I The delegates to the Missionary Congress will find in Chicago a city of 175 Catholic churches 125 parochial schools and several hundred Catholic institutions at which there is an attendance reaching approximately I 150000 Besides there are hundreds I Jfother Catholic institutions charitable and educational any one of which would amply repay the inconvenience of a visiteIt might be remarked that these magnificent buildings reared up in the name of Christ and all imbued with and dominated by the Catholic spirit churches schools colleges J academies hospitals and asylums might in themselves in a most typical way inspire the missionary zeal anelI if the delegates to the congress sawC nothing else during their visit ex cept the fervent spirit which is cncc tinually fructified from vigilance anelII charity such would in itself well rejj pay their trouble One of the most beautiful of tic J Institutions is the St Xovlers Acad I emy under charge of the Sisters of Mercy This building is perhaps in Its equipment the most superior of any in this country and is easily within reach of the center of theI city The Servlte Fathers have inI charge the Church of Our Lady orII Sorrows on the West Side which I with the institutions attached form njj small town in themselves and from on architectural standpoint there i IImuch to be found St Pauls church now in charge of the Benedictine Fathers and St Martins church one of the diocesan churches of Chicago I are both superior examples of workmanship and style The Lnzarlst I Collegenndmay be seen an auditorium which is considered by some of the best crit lea to be perhaps the neatest building of its kind in America The House of completedintion Is well worthy of a visit The Convent of the Visitation of Evans ton as well as the Academy of the Sacred Heart at Lake Forest the latter in charge of the Ladies of the Sacred Heart are both superior in their equipment and it is doubtful If there Is anything either in Europe or America better Another academy which has a most ideal location and In many ways has a particularly peculiar attractiveness is the Naz areth Academy at La Grange under charge of the Sisters of St Joseph Those institutions mentioned are but n few of the many and typical in a general way of what is to be seen The Catholic parochial school s stern in Chicago has no superior in the world It has 100000 scholars and in contests with public schoolchildren tho Catholic boys and glrla always take the front rank The opening ceremony of the con gress from a strictly ecclesiastica standpoint will be nt the Holy Name Cathedral This edifice is imposing and typical and has an ideal loca tion Luncheon wll be tendered by the Archbishop of Chicago to the visiting prelates dignitaries and clergy and willi be in tho school hall attached to the Cathedral and In the vicinity is the Cathedral rectory and chancery office which in itself Is a very neat sad appropriate building for the pur pone and also the Cathedral College Within a short distance is the res idence of the Archbishop occupying a position at the entrance to Lincoln Lakcshore drive with the Lincoln Perk boulevard The surroundings gen beautifulThenoon will heat the Auditorium HoteIr proper Tbinl boftdloff qptffeO erected by subscription on the part of some of the prominent citizens of Chicago combines a hotel banquet aUdiltorlumI Service Is located very unique I and imposing The reception to be tendered on the part of the Catholic ladies of Chicago to the visitors to the congress will be held in the hall room and reception parlors of the Congress Hotel Annex a building which for its purpose in its equip perhaps Where the congress proper will bo held the Armory of the First Regi ment of the Illinois National Guard the accommodations in everyre spect could not possibly be more suitable There is not only a large auditorium within which can be seated between five and six thousand people but there is a gallery running all around the building on each of the six stories from any part of which a complete view can be had of the as semblage in the auditorium proper and the acoustic properties arc con sidered to be particularly good Be sides the auditorium where the congress proper will be held there is placed nt the disposal of the Con gress sixteen smaller halls each one abutting the larger hall and in either of which there can be comfortably accommodated from one hundred to personsThe particularly commodations nnd care and the dele gates and visitors during their entire time of attendance will have at their disposal all possible advantages as well as telegraph and telephone service within the building NICE TRIBUTE Paid Two Societies of Our Faith By Cardinal Gibbons His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons has honored the Kentucky Irish American with a communication regarding the Catholic University at Washington D C and announces that the date set for the annual cob learningIsvember 29 The collection will be a taken up in all the dioceses of the United States unless some Bishops find it Inconvenient at that time In such cases the Bishops will select the nearest date thereafter for the collection as suits ther convenience- In his letter Cardinal Gibbons said that the last annual collection amounted to 9690559 and declared it a splendid evidence of the warn f interest taken in higher Catholic edu I cation Aftermee tingall its obliga I tions the university has been able to I add to its investment fund 9813235 during the past year His Eminence addsWhile this financial condition is very encouraging we must all admit that the university will not be on a proper financial footing until its en completedWithamounting to 03333408 and with other values that in a short time will surely come into our possession I think I may safely say that about onehalf of the endowment Is already secure It Is the pride of my heart to see every day the growing prosperity of our clear institution of learning and it would be the crowning joy of my life to see its endowment completed I before I close my eyes upon It forever Two noble organizations within the Church have inaugurated a move ment toward this end and I can not tell you with what affectionate solicitude I follow their generous en deavors I refer as you know to the generous efforts of the Ancient Or der of Hibernians and of the Knights of Columbus and I am sure the good uponthemIn the same confident spirit I also appeal to my venerable brethren of the hierarchy quite sure that their aid will not be wanting and that their zeal for this great work so dear to the heart of our beloved Pontiff IB not less than my ow- nINTEREST GROWS As Date Approaches For Opening of St Pat ricks Bazaar Interest In the bazar for the bene fit of St Patricks church Is increasing as the date for Its opening ap proaches The bazar will be formally opened on the afternoon of Wednes day November 25 and will continue each afternoon and night for three days Supper will be served every evening of the three days for fifteen cents while the tickets are placed on sale at ten cents each The bazar will be open to children on the after daysAmong been contributed aro two separate fifty bushel loads of cool a handsome rocker silk umbrella pair of Sacred Heart pictures fancy rug Morris chair heating stove gold chain ros ary and 5 in gold All who attend are assured a warm welcome and a pleasant time The bazar will bo held In the school hall on Thirteenth street near Market- ESTIMABLE LADY DEAD thebeatdied at the home of her son nlaw Vincent B Smith 2G3Q Bank treat last Saturday morning The deceased was seventythree years old and had spent her entire life in works of char wheo knew her That she wiza held Jri high nutsberaffrieaaswhocalledat sad by the attendance little fnnvral which toqICpee front 8t Patrick s diareh Ifeuidar morafagv7 TRIDUUM Ot Thanksgiving In Celebration ot Ursullnes Golden Jubilee Right Kcv Bishop McCIoskey and Other Clergy Will Assist at Exercises Order ot Teaching Nuns Has Done Great Work In Past SPREAD OVER WIDE TERRITORY The good Ursullne nuns will cele brate the fiftieth anniversary of their order in the United States with a solemn trlduum of thanksgiving to Almighty God for the blessings be stowed on their community during the last halt century Because Louis villa was the first location of the Ursuline Sisters In the United States it was thought eminently fitting to hold the golden Jubilee services in this city The days sot for the services are Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday November 24 25 and 26 The programme of the trlduum has been arranged as follows Tuesday morning 10 oclock sol emn mass of thanksgiving coram eplscopo in the chapel of the Im maculate Conception Academy 804 East Chestnut street celebrant of the mass the Very Rev Father James P Cronin V G deacon Rev Father Andrew Thome subdeacon Rev Father George Weiss master of ceremonies Rev Father George W Schuhmann D D deacons of honor Rev Father Henry Wester mann and Very Rev Peter Englert O F M After the mass the Right Rev Bishop William George Mc Closkey will deliver an address and sermon in German will be preached by the Rev Father Leo Greulich O M C In the evening at 2 oclock the pupils of the Immaculate Con ception and Sacred Heart Academies will present the drama St Angela which will depict scenes in the life of the foundress of the Uraullne or der The dramatization of the story is by a member of the faculty of Sacred Heart Academy In order to accommodate as many visitors as possible Rio drama will be Iperformedf in St Martins school hall Shelby and Gray streets but children will not be allowed in tho hall Wednesday November 25 will be Childrens day and the services will be held In St Martins churchI because the Ursuline chapel will not accommodate the 1100 children thatI will assemble Each of the eighteen local parochial schools taught by the Ursullne Sisters will be represented and fifty girls in white and fifty little boys tastefully attired will march in procession carrying banners of Sts Angela and Ursula As they group about the statues of the patron saints tho hymn St Angela words and music by a member of the com munity will be sung by the entire 1100 children Solemn high mass will be sung by the Rev Father Louis C Ohle with Rev Father Jerome Prelssler O M C as su1deaconmaster of ceremonies The sermon will be preached by the Rev Father John J Fitzgerald pastor of St Leos church Highland Park On Thursday November 26 the Rev Father B H Westermann will celebrate the solemn mass of requiem in the Ursuline chapel Shelby and Chestnut streets for the repose of the souls of deceased members of the Ursuline community The sermon will be preached by tho Rev Father J B Pelffer of St Helens church The Ursullno Sisters came to Louisville in November 1858 at the instance of the late illustrious Martin John Spalding at that time Bishop of Louisville and later Arch bishop of Baltimore The three original members of the band came from the Ursullne convent in Stras burg Bavaria and taught the pupils of St Martins parochial school Some years later more nuns arrived from Germany and the present academy at Shelby and Chestnut streets was founded Since then the com munity has Increased until it numbers hundreds of nuns scattered through many States but the parent house is at Shelby and Chestnut streets tills city The special mission of the Ursullno order founded by St Angela Merlce Is the instruction of youth The or der was founded at Brescia Italy In 1535 A D and Is consequently verging on Its fourth century of use fulness According to the promise given by God to its holy foundress it will last until the end of time The Ursullnes of Kentucky as all Ursu lines are potent factors in true edu cation They have grown In num ber and influence and today thousands bless their labors of fifty yearsBesides the eighteen parochial schools taught by these Sisters In Louisville they teach parochial schools in Owensboro Hardlnsburg Evansville Madison and in Mary load Moreover they have flourish log academies like those of the Im maculate Conception and Sacred Heart In Louisville In other places notably Mount St Josephs In Davless county Kentucky and Sts Peter and tfaul In Maryland Each of these In stitutions has its broad and compre hensive curriculum handled by ta competent faculty Besides the usual studies of fcn Ad8mlooouf- btIUnuUn fivee special attention to the UaciiftfM wad tbo arts qf music and painting are brought to great perfection j No doubt every parish in Louisville will be represented at the cele bration on one or more days during the trlduum of thanksgiving JUBILEE YEAR t tl Of Pope Plus tv Is Rapidly Drawing to anflllustrious Close I lHas Spent Halt Century as Priest ot the Catholic Chtfr h 0 t + Cardinals Called This Week to Congratulate His Ilolin ssD- EMOCRATIC T IN illS CHARACTER t I The fiftieth anniversary of the or dination of Ills Holiness Pope Plus duringthehardly a month has passed that has been without pilgrimages from one or more countries of the Christian world Last Monday the Pope received the members of the Sacred College who congratulated him on the his enter ing the priesthoodThe Cardinals were headed by Cardinal Seraflrio Vannutelli on account of the illness of Cardinal Oreglia Dean of the college The Princes of the church pre sented the Holy Father with 4000 in gold pieces and 1Cardlnal Vannu tell expressed the greeting of all the members of the college on the occa PopePlusgood wishes aid showed them a large gold medal coined for the jubilee of the foundation of the South Ameri can College in RomeJ which coincides with his own jubilee The cable an nounces that Pope Pius will formally sacerdotaljublJeewhen he will celebrate mass in St Peters Basilica in jthe presence of many thousands of persons including special delegations from all the coun tries that have diplomatic relations with the Vatican and scores of Bish ops from all parts dj the world As ii ordained ber 18 185- 8Joseph Sarto now Pius X was born at These in the diocese of onlytwentythreedained On November 10 1884 he was consecrated Bishop of Mantau created and proclaimed Cardinal and Patriarch of Venice on June 15 1803 elected Pope August 4 1903 and crowned five days later As Pope he also bears the titles of Bishop of Rome and Vicar of Jesus Christ Suc cessor of St Peter Prince of the Apostles Supreme Pontiff of the Universal Church Patriarch of the West Primate of Italy Archbishop nnd Metropolitan of the Roman TemporalDominIons Church The chief characteristics of His Holiness during It long and usefu life leave been simple goodness mod youngedaysorder to give to others He is the first Pope of peasant parentage in a century and a half There is absolutely no trace of nepotism in the character of Plus X not one of his relations are holding places in the gift of the Pope nlthougl he has thousands to give away Ills brother is a letter carrier One of his sisters is married to an innkeeper two oth ers are the wives of shopkeepers and quarters As one American writer puts It Pope Pius comes from the people as did Abraham Lincoln He has the same simplicity the same democracy and in a degree the same love of humor that distinguished Lincoln Mr Thaddeus the Irish painter was making a portrait of the Pope soon after his coronation He said Holy Father your eyes are not Italian eyes at all They arc just the sort o eyes we have In Ireland Well said the Pope I am glad you like them And they make us brothers dont they From the days when he was a humble parish priest until the pres ent Joseph Sarto has had an un bounded popularity When he was ad vanced from his firS charge mel gave him an ovation and women wept to see him go While he was Cardinal and Patriarch of Venice Ills popularity grew till it became a fad In the same way he Is now beloved by all the common people of the en tire Catholic world On the occasion of his golden jubilee the prayers of the faithful will ascend all over the world that he may long continue to rule over them- UNIVERSITY TRUSTEES TO MEET The Trustees of the Catholic Uni versity at Washington DC will meet in the capital city of the nation next Wednesday It will be the most important meeting in years and Catholics all over tune United States are anxiously awaiting the outcome EUGENE MCARTHXS HONOR Eugene A McCarthy a well known worker In the Uniform Rank C K of A has received from the National Secretary of the Catholic Church Ex tension Society a letter notifying him of his appointment as a special dele gate from Kentucky to ithe Catholic Missionary Congress which will Mr aemble in Chicago tomorrow r OffiCIAL I Visit of Supreme Officers of the Knights ot St John to Fans Cities Stirring Addresses Made by Able Speakers Before Lo cal Coiiuiiaiiderics Alms and Objects of Order Set Forth by Clergy mad Laity FETED BY NEW ALBANY KNIGHTS The six local commanderles of the Knights of St John in full uniform assembled at St Anthonys church Twentythird and Market streets last Sunday to attend solemn verpors and then to meet Gen P P Fettig of Shelbyvllle Ind Supreme President of the order and Gen C WWallace of Columbus Ohio the Supreme Secretary After vespers the Knights by commanderles marched to the parochial school hall and with drawn swords stood at salute until the Supreme officers the Rev Father Leo Greulich Col Henry Felhoelter and the local staff entered and were seat ed Col Felhoelter presided Father Leo was the first speaker He welcomed the Knights and said his heart was with them in their undertakings He likened the order to a bird whose two wings were the love of God and love of neighbors Again he compared man to an elec tric machine We he said are the powerhousepractice their religion and let charity prevail The present Knights should prevail upon their sons to follow in their footsteps and become members of the order Supreme President Fettig followed Father Leo and said that he and Supreme Secretary Wallace had come to Louisville on an official visit They wanted to see and talk to as many commanderles as possible about the Knights of St John and to try and arouse new interest among outsiders who should be members of tho order exemplifies note that the membership of the six- 1b2HIJiIYlPsOmD1andedQi wasso talk new members within the next eighteen months He outlined plans by which the desired result could bq attained Gen Fettig also dwelt upon the uncertainty of life and wealth Jt is the duty of the father to provide for the wife and children against death and misfortune and it is likewise the duty of sons to provide for their parents In conclusion he urged all to get busy In an effort to Increase the membership Gen Fettigs ad dress was received with frequent ap plauseSupreme Secretary Wallace fol lowed and at the outset said that on this his first official visit to Louisville he had many reasons to he pleased with the city where he had lived as a child He complimented the local commanderies on their excellent showing and the Interest manifested To those who did not belong to the order he said You will not find the Knights of St John in bad com pany He dwelt upon the great benefits conferred by the uniform de partment and made many suggestions that will tend to Infuse new life in the order and said he hoped ere long to see a commandery In every parish Gen Wallace also told that the Su preme officers had offered a prize of 50 for the establishment of each new commander and a prize of 200 for the Knight who would secure the greatest number of members before January 1 next William M Higgins editor of tho Kentucky Irish American rind an honorary member of St Michaels Commandery followed Gen Wallace Mr Higgins spoke of the spirit that should actuate the Knights and urged them to persuade their sons and neighbors to become members It was an exemplification of the gld adage that in union there Is strength Good Knights will be good Catholics and by being good Catholics we be come better citizens In conclusion he said there would be a lack of membership unless the Knights sup ported their leaders and followed where they led Attorney Newton G Rogers was the next speaker and said he real ized the benefits of and the work accomplished by this organization He declared that the Knights of St John was one of the very best of all the Catholic societies because It helped its own in time of need He also warned those present against social istic tendencies Col Felhoelter brought the meet ing to a close by extending thanks to the visiting Supreme officers and other speakers and to the local com manderies for their attendance Previous to the visit of Gens Fettig and Wallace to Louisville they addressed the commandery at Jeffer sonville along lines similar to the ad dresses made in Louisville later in the afternoon Sunday night the Supreme President and Secretary went to New Albany where they wero the guests of St Edwards Commandery Before the addresses twelve candidates were initiated the degree work being exemplified by the team from St Georges Commandery of JeffersonvllJe The meeting closed with agrandbanquetOLD SUCCUMBS I TboQuu Malay a v Uran railway I n i figureInsecond stroke of paralysis on Satur day morning Mr Malay had been in ill health for several years Paralysis complicated with asthma proved too much for his exhausted system Mr Malay was born in the County Kilkenny Ireland sixtyeight years ago and at the age of twelve came to America with his parents The family remained for a while in Buffalo Later he removed to Louis ville remained here seven years and then went to Jeffersonville as an em ploye of the Jecersonvllle Madlson vllle and Indianapolis railroad and when that company was absorbed by the Pennsylvania Company Mr Malay remained in its service as foreman of the wrecking crew In all he was fortythree years in the railroads service Two daughters and one son survive They are Mrs Benjamin Knight Miss Alice Malay and John Malay The funeral took place from St Augustines church Monday morn Ing EQUAL IllGHTS To All Is Slogan of New Democratic State Committee1 Under the rules laid down by the i Democratic State Central Committee the party in Kentucky will be thor reorganIzed of Saturday November 21 when pre cinct conventions will be held in every county in the entire State To be entitled to vote one must have registered as a Democrat before the last election The rules laid down by the State Central Committee are as followsIn voting precincts of all coun ties there shall be elected by the Democratic voters in such precincts a committee of one member who shall constitute the precinct committeeman of such precinct In all State district legislative or county mass conventions the proceeding and elec tion of committeemen shall be null and void if the Chairman of said mass convention refuses to give tellers and have a count of the vote of those Democrats present if said request for tellers is madeand the refusal of said Chairman to give tellers and a count the Chairman so refusing bytheproper proof so made to him When Elected or Appointed Said precinct committeeman shall be elect ed on the third Saturday in Novem ber 1903 and shall be residents of their respective precincts The Demo crats of this State shall meet at their various voting precincts at the hour of 2 oclock pmnnd proceed to the election of a committeeman to serve until his successor shall be elected by order of a succeeding State conven tion The retiring precinct commit teemen shall call their respective pre cinct massmeetings to order and shall preside until the massmeeting shall elect a Chairman Where there Is a vancacy in the office of precinct committeeman the Chairman of the County Commmittee shall designate some qualified Democrat living in the precinct to call said meeting to order and preside until the election of a ChairmanOn Monday following such election such precinct committeemen shall meet at their respective county seats in counties having more than one legislative district they shall meet at some convenient place In their said legislative districts to be designated by the respective county or legislative district chairman then in office who shall preside and or ganize by electing a Chairman and Secretary to said county or legislative district committee who may or may not bo a member of said committee In counties containing cities of the first class these meetings and al other meetings of the precinct com mitteemen in the legislative district embracing that part of the county outside the city shall be held at the county court house or at some con venient place designated by the Chairman of the legislative district committee of which due notice shall be given STILL BOOMING Division 4 A O H Con tinues to Increase Its Membership President John H Hennessy pre sided over a well attended meeting of Division 4 last Monday night The Rev Father Christmas O P opened the meeting with prayer and delivered the second of a series of discourses on the holy sacrifice of the mass These discourses are proving both Interesting and instructive to membersW In behalf of the Entertainment Committee reported that everything was in readiness for the euchre and dance to be given on the eve of Thanksgiving day Sev oral applications were received and everything indicated that Division 4 was still on the boom The special committee appointed at the previous meeting of the division reported appropriate resolutions on the death of Mrs Elizabeth M Barry mother of John J Barry CHOSE ABLE MAN State President George J Butler has appointed James P Barry of Division 1A 0 H as Kentuckys representative on the National Com mission to promote the study of Irish history hi parochial schools This appointment was made in pursuance of resolutions adopted by the national convention of Hibernians at Indianapolis and Prof TJichaelG Rohan of Marquetto University has been placed at the head of the National Commission The local Uiberalaas have alnifirt tbelr wffllncnww to pa for tbcfbooki naoMM q 1I1riIOh IiohOlla40pt studTr00 CHAPEL CAR I Was Visited by Thousands While It Remained In This City C Church on Wheels Is Unique In Annals of Missionary Work Complete Quarters For Chaplain and His Suite Have Been Provided PEOPLE SAW AND WERE PLEASED i St Anthonys chapel car arrived in Louisville Saturday morning of last week and for three days it was visited by thousands of Catholic men women and children The car did not arrive at Seventhstreet Union longbefore InspectItpriests and when the car rolled in and was sidetracked at the north end of the yard and about fifty feet cast of Seventh street the people made a Landrythenessy Superintendent of the itin r erary of the chapel car service were dining at one of the local hotels but the colored porter showed all visit ors through the rar in a courteous mannerOn the car from the front a person sees a miniature Catholic church and there are smaller and less KentuckyOnaccommodate three people each while on the left are nine pews that will seat each two persons In the rear Is a little organ that is used in pewstheother appointments aro firmly se cured so that no amount of shaking upsetJustroom of the chaplain and his suite During the day the bunks or berths are folded up as is customary with Pullman cars and the living room takes on the aspect of a library with a desk bookcases etc In the ex treme rear is the kitchen It has a steel range hot and coldwntei t and all tho utensils used In a modern kitchen One Louisville priest after viewing the kitchen and its furnish ings said Well Im glad theyre taking care of the physical welfare of the priest as well as the spiritual welfare of his flock Saturday Sunday and Monday the 4 people of Louisville New Albany 1 and Jeffersonville visited St An 1 thonys chapel car The visitors were not confined to Catholics but people of every creed and color paid T a visit to this church on wheels The chapel car is nothing more nor less than a Pullman palace car of which at least threefourths has been transformed into a Catholic chapel It is being sent through the United States by the Catholic Church Extension Society and was a gilt to that organization from Hon Ambrose Petry a New York attorney When the chapel car arrived at the Seventh Street Union depot last Sat urday quite a number of Catholic priests laymen and women were on hand to inspect it and from that time until 9 oclock at night several thousand people passed through the cap and expressed pleasure and surprise at Its appointments On arriving in Louisville the Rev Father Landry who is chaplain of the chapel rar communicated with local pastors and through them Invited the Catholics of all the parishes in Louisville to visit the car on Sunday and Monday As a consequence it is estimated that between 15000 and 20000 people passed through the car on Sunday and perhaps 5000 on Monday Almost all dropped con tributions in tho box although no fee was charged From Louisville the car went to Lafayette Ind and then stopped at other points en route to Chicago where it will remain dur ing the Catholic Missionary Congress next week George C Hcnnessy a practical railroad man Is Superintend-ent of the church on wheels f and accompanies Father Landry over hisItineraryAs of the chapel car trip through Kansas and the Dakotas eight mission churches have been es tablished where no churches existed before Catholics who have been for years without the services of a priest flock to the car they become ac quainted with each other and soon set on foot a movement for the erec tion of a church be it ever so humble In the course of time the Catholic Church Extension Society expects to have several more chapelw cars engaged In missionary work FRANCISCAN NUN DEAD v Sister Aloyslaua a member of the Franciscan order died at St Edwards Hospital New Albany Wednesday after an Illness of five weeks Previous to entering the order she was Miss Frances Kica She was born at Hammond Ind nineteen years ago and had been a nurse at pasttwomild and gentle disposition FATHER RICHARD COMING t The Rev Father Richard Wuarth 0 F M pastor of Bt JnllaoeA ehuroh who has been attending a retreat of the Franelwmas at Oth IantiI la expected to return1to Ttairrtll today I u r 1 KENTUCKY IRISH AltIERICAN t fiMRIGfifttj Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancemement of Irish Americans a vii Catholcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Watered at the Loultvllle Poitoltlce a Seeond Class Hitter Address all Communications to Ibe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West dree St tflADES COUNCIL J LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 14 1908 THE COMING IJHDIAHmSII j The State Central Committees call iI for precinct conventions of Democrats in every county in the State ia c week from today ought to give new confidence to the rank and file of the voters It means that the Democratic party in Kentucky is getting back to old time principles that it has been harmonized and Is about to be reor ganized In tile opinion of nearly all the voters of the party in Louisville it is time for the old and continuous officeseekers and leaders to take n back seat Their advice may be welcomed by the new leaders but to se cure success there must be new men at the helm and the ticket must be made up of men without moral or political blemish POST TRIMS AGAIN The Kentucky Irish American has said before that the Louisville Evens ing Post would not stand hitched New evidence came to hand this week when the editor of that paper came out strong in his opposition to Dr I N Bloom for the Presidency of the School Board The Post clamored for a nonpartisan board and wrote lengthy and labored editorials in its favor Through no fault or machina tion of the Post Dr Bloom was elected to represent the Sixth and Seventh wards Since his election as School Trustee the editor of the Post has been veered by a new wind and is now as strenuously opposing him as it advocated his cause prior to the election The poor old Post trims her sails to every blast that blows LOSES GKACEFLLLY The reverend and venerable editor of the Western Watchman Isa game fighter but knows how to accept defeat t gracefully In his Issue of last Saturday Father Phelan says We did not vote for Mr Taft but we most heartily congratulate him on his election He is the best friend the Catholics and the Catholic church r ever hall In public llife liTthjs country And again Father Phelan says Mr Kerens made a gallant fight and demonstrated that he was the most honored Republican in the State We nominate our distinguished townsman for a first class ambas sad rshlp and we shall accept noth ing less for him The Irish will fill high places in t some States as a result of last weeks election James H Brady Republican was elected Governor of Idaho t John Burke Democrat was elected i Governor of North Dakota William Fitzgerald Republican was elected Lieutenant Governor of Kansas Pat rick J Kelleher was elected State Statistician by the Democrats of Indiana Timothy OConnor was chosen Secretary of State in Colorado and Edwin OMalley is New YorksS new Attorney General The editor of the Denver Catholic Register says and says well The American soldier has no peer morally physically or Intellectually He is a fusion of all white races In physique and strength heknows no rival By his own free will he enters army life Isis country is worth fighting or dying for He is a free agent Compulsion plays no part He chooses the military from choice Therefore is he best of all The Methodist preachers and other AntiSaloon Leaguers made a great fight against Speaker Joe Cannon in Illinois and as a result he carried his district by 7000 ABRUPT CLOSE Brought to Land Purchase Act Through Lack of Funds To the failure of the hyndl act under conditions of financial stress Is added complaint of members Of the Irish party that some amendments are needed in the interest of tho tenants Among the conditions demanding relief is the intolerable congestion in the poorest districts of Ireland A bill providing scheme for rals ing money tor land purchases which at the same time embodies reforms demanded by the tenants will be Introduced this month by Chief Score tary Blrrell This measure proposes that tho Jandlbrds shall Inye their money only on condition that they accept the reforms for the tenants provided in the i hill and shall also 1 secure their adoption by the House of Lords Between the deep waters of flnan clal dtetree and the brush fires ofa popular uwiaiRKt elanqlord8jrata fraatki vtlto the tevlr ktsopiasg bow money talks then dajra Iiwf in hope of substantial relief The BIrrell measure is a necessity- to relieve the situation in Ireland since the Government has given notice that the appropriation that went to make up the bonus under the land purchase act was exhausted on October 31 During the Inst two weeks in October an enormous amount of work was done in rushing through agreemnts for sale of lands to tenants In order to have the agreements lodged before the last day of October so that the landlords might be entitled to the bonus The closing ofI the bonus arrangement has brought the land purchase to an abrupt close Hundreds perhaps thousands of pur chase agreements which have been hurriedly perfected In the closing days of October could not be filed owing to the lack of time and as ye t the Government has given no sig that the time has been or will bte extended EXTKA HOLIDAY For Employers Is Klndl Suggestion of One Employer Col D H Russell has cettalnl- made a hit with people employed iit local factories shops stores and offices and if his intention is carried out by employers all will offs thejr congratulations Col Russell has addressed the following letter t members of the Board of Trade Commercial Club and kindred organs zationsDear Sir Why not give our em ployes a Christmas present in the way of an extra holiday The ont Joyful day of the year Christmas falls on a Friday this year and I askz in the name of those that are compelled to toll for a living that a movement be organized whereby the wholesale and retail merchants an the manufacturing plants give their employes a holiday on Saturday De cember 261110 day after Christmas Is always exceptionally dull from a business standpoint and I would thank you for a reply with your opinion regarding this matter Await ing same I remain very respectfully yours D H Russell RECENT DEATHS Thomas Barrett an aged and es teemed member of St Patricks con gregation died at his home 306 Nineteenth street Friday night The funeral took place from St Patricks church Sunday afternoon and was largely attended The funeral of Frank C Lang hor t who died in Denver Thurs day of last week took place from St Martins church this city Tues day morning The deceased was twentyseven years old and was the son of Mr and Mrs Bernard W Langhorst Patrick Whalen died at the family residence 836 Franklin street Tuesday afternoon and his funeral took place from St Johns church Friday morning The deceased Is survived by his wife Mrs Annie Whalen and was highly respected in the commu nity in which he lived airs Catherine Lawless died at the family residence 642 West Magnolia avenue early Saturday morning The deceased was thirty nine years old and previous to her marriage was Miss Catherine Duffy Her husband John Lawless survives her Tho funeral took place from St Louis Bertrands church Monday niornlng and a large circle of friends attended the obsequies Mrs Julia A Fogarty fiftyone years old died at her home 2702 afterInoonof John Fogarty who died a few years ago and is survived by ope daughter Miss Catherine Fogarty The funeral took place from St Charles Borromeos fhurch Thurs day morning and was largely attended j Mrs Margaret Fnllahay one of the best known members of St Pat I ricks congregation died at the fam ily residence 1815 Griffiths avenue Tuesday afternoon The deceased was the widow of Michael Fallnhay and j Is survived by seven children She had been 111 only a short time and her death was not apprehended The funeral took place from St Patricks church Friday morning and was at tended by many old friends and ac quaintancesIIOPKINS THEATER Manager E W Dustin manages to keep his motion pictures at the Hop klns Theater at the top notch and during the present week introduced many novelties that were amusing and agreeable Instead of the usual Illustrated song Harry Browne the soloist gave an Italian character song that was highly appreciated For next week Manager Dustin promises something decidedly new andnovelw1thttrio usual double ihange of programme FORTY HOURS PRAYER The Forty Hours Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament will begin at tile Ij eJinass10 oclock at the Church of Our Lady Portland tomorroW riofnjngl The ceramanles will be t riP4 wltfc due solemnity and YU1 r tti J ConfrrcwIU b ieedr other west ttmLL ttho ttirie 6y IgMi is9 w9a1 lsilw iw alf s i SOCIETY II Miss May Hughes of Dowling i Green Is visiting friends In this city Mrs Jack McGrath has returned from a visit to friends in Lexington Mr and Mrs John P Hnnley have returned from a visit to friends at Frankfort Miss Eva Mncklln of Frankfort spent several days with friends here this weekIMiss Irene Slcoulln will entertain the Good Will Social Club next Thursday night Harry Crobmcyer has returned to Carrollton after a pleasant visit to friends in this city Michael Finegan is confined to his home 1139 Sixth street bya severe attack of neuralgia Miss Jean Sweeney of St Louis Is the guest of her sister Mrs John Laffan Belgravia Court Mrs Nat McXnmnra of Iowa I visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Maurice Coll of Jcffersonville Mrs Robert J Bnrrell will give a dinner at the Seclbach todajjin honor of Patrick OSullivan the pianist Mrs Florence Mulr of Nelson county was the guest of her dnugl weeknMiss Josephine McOill who spent the summer In Canada hiss gone to New York to resume the study of music tllon Swngnr SherI cr his wife and hayygone to Washington D C to spend the winter Dominic Jinx Is rejoicing over the arrival of nnother son and heir at streetynear Shelby Irs Walter Lenchmnn of Springfield has been the guest of he r mother Mrs J K Leahy In Crescent weekoMrs J F Kellner Miss Kcllnor and Casper Hammer were among the so journers from Louisville at Wes linden Springs this week IMrs Robert Walsh and Miss Salll Edelen went to Owensboro this week to attend the bedside of Miss Moore Barbour who Is seriously 111 ofdCrescent Rill spent several days iIn Frankfort last week as the dues of Mr and Mrs William OConnell An enjoyable dance was given at Mullins Hall Wednesday night T J Gleeson John J Grogan and Pat rick King were on the committee In charge Mrs John D Griffin who has been seriously ill at Stt Josephs Infirmary is progressing favorably and will soon be able to return to her home in Frankfort John Tellman Is one of Louisville happiest men this week and all be cause a flue baby boy arrived at his home Eighth and Broadway on Tuesday Like his father the little fellow seems bound to make himself heard Mr and Mrs John Brennnn have arrived in Louisville after more than- a years tour of the principal States in the South and Central East Both I were pleased with their trip but an glad to return to their Old Kentucky Homo Francis P Burke who was recently injured in a street car accident 1 is able to be out after ten days confinement to his home 1124 Seven teenth street Isis friends are re joking over his speedyrecovery Miss Margaret Scully was hostess at an informal dinner at her home 2723 St Xavier street last Saturday evening in honor of Miss TIos mary Scully who took thetltIe role iin Molly Bawn at the Masonic Theater last week I IMrs Rose Henley who has been seriously ill at her home 511 Twenty sixth street for some time has been removed to the home of her daughter Mrs W A Bannon 2010 Bank street where she expects to remain for sev erai weeks I ITohn Goodwin Is a grandpa now but bears his honors modestly A new baby boy the son of Mr and Mrs Thomas Burke arrived at the Good win family residence 515 Twentieth street Monday morning The happy mother was formerly Miss Edna Godwin and the proud father is n promising young business man The Surprise Euchre Club an or ganization composed of well known people of the West End will be enter tamed at the residence of Mrs Thomas Kelly Twentysecond and Duncan streets next Wednesday evening A number of handsome prizes have been secured for distri bution and as the club expends all its funds for worthy charities a large crowd is certain to be on hand Miss Elsie Mott of Jetfersontown and John Slvori stage manager of the Avenue Theater were united in matrimony at St Edwards church Jeffersontown the Rev Father Theo dore Revermann officiating at 1 oclock Wednesday afternoon After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Slvori held a reception at their residence gn East Gray street The bride Is regarded as one of the moat gracious young women iil JeffersOU county The engagement of Miss Ophelia E Zehnder and Fred E Bacon has been announced The marriage will be solemnized at St Frances of Rome church Clifton at 8 oclock on the morning of January 14 the Tier Father Thomas VV White oficlattng Miss Mamie KUsel arid William Zehn der swill be the attendants The bridetoibc 1Is a daughter of Mrs Magdalen Zehnder priqio Frankfort avenue jHr Baeon tas a well known yourijr business man 3rMrsaeon H1 take a nwntfci fcri c through the East before beginning I housekeepingMiss I Allen Ames and Dr El berg N Johnson of Chicago 111 will be married at St Andrews Episcopal church Second and Kentucky streets at 9 oclock on the evening of next Wednesday Masters James and Lewis Homlre nephews of the bride will be the ribbon boys and Miss I Elizabeth Carson will be the ring bearer After the ceremony a re ception will be tendered the fnmlllc I conIMts Anna C Rceder and Oscar It Frey Jr will be united in the holy bonds of matrimony at St Patricks church next Tuesday morning The Very Rev Father James P Cronin will officiate and will celebrate the nuptial mass which will follow the marriage rite The brideelect Is ia daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank IRpeder and Mr Frey holds a responsible position with the PensleeGnul bert Company After a wedding trip of three weeks Mr and Mrs Frey will begin housekeeping at 2025 West Market street MACKIN COUNCIL Gave Its Younger Members Chance to Voice Opinions Very little aside from routine busi ness came up at the session of Mac kin Council Tuesday night President 1 Robert T Burke occupied the chair and the attendance was fair considering the weather D J Hummel was reported seriously ill James J Flannery August E Grass and Harry Thorpe who had been ill were reoprted much Improved After the ordinary routine had been disposed of President Burke called upon all of the younger mem bers to speak under the head of the good of the order Several of them took occasion to voice their senti ments on the Young Man In the governance of the Y M I and the valuable suggestions made weresur prising It showed that the younger members oo wellas their elders had seriously considered the proposition DIAMOND JUBILEE The GermanJefferson Society undoubtedly the oldest fraternal insurance society in Louisville celebrated its seventieth anniversary in gala style at Turner Hall Monday night More than 200 members of the societyt and their friends were present The hall was appropriately decorated for the occasion and after the opening march had been rendered by a splen did orchestra Thomas Wiegand President of the organization introducel Urban Stengel ohe of its oldest mem bers as the speaker of the evening At the conclusion of his address the Concordia Singing Society rendered several selections and then Edwnn Neuhaus the veteran editor of the Glaubensbote delivered an address reviewing the history of the society Other speakers of the evening were Attorney Newton G Rogers and Charles Neumeyer editor of tIle Louisville Anzeiger The officers of the GernmnTeff orson Society are Thomas Wiegand President John B Ratterman Vice President for the West End Karl Dessmeyer Vice President for the East End William Ruff Treasurer and John Echsner Secretary DELMONTS DIRECTORS The following gentlemen have been selected to serve one year art Directors of the Delmont Club John E Schmidt Charles W Schott Louis W Borntraeger William F Schuler 1IattSchupp Herman Roehr Albert So Rau J George Miller William Mehler Charles Mann Henry Long C J Klssler Leo Kaufman William C Baass and Joseph Blasl The Directors will meet next Wednesday evening to name the officers and it is expected that the present administration will be Indorsed by rententlon COMMUNITY SHOCKED The entire comunlty was shocked Thursday when the announcement- was made that John C Higgins As sistant Superintendent of the Ameri can Tobacco Company died early tint morning jit his home 1212 Hnmlltoi avenue At the hour of going to press the funeral arrangements hat not been completed The deceased WitS a native of Louisville and is survived by his wife who was Miss Christina Schuman and three children Charles and Misses Nora and Nellie Higglns lie was a devout Catholic and a mem ber of the Cathedral parish TOM CANNON TIPPED As a result of the political earth quake in Indiana there will be wholesale changes in the makeup of the Police Commissioners In Hoosier towns and cities In New Albany for Instance the new board will have two Democrats and one Republican This means a Democratic Chief of Police and friends of popular Tom Cannon are tipping him as a sure winner Capt Cannon has as many friends in Louisville as in New Al bany and all will rejoice to see him restored to authority MACAULEYS THEATER E H Sothern will begin a weeks engagement at Macauleys Monday night in hits famous portraiture of Lord Dundreary The role has proven the best opportunity Mr Sothern has had as a character actor and crowded houses are assured There will be the usual mat- Inees Wednesdaw and Saturday OPEN MEETING Branch 32 c Kof A wilt hold an open meeting in St Vincent de Paul hall Shelby and Oak streets next Thursday evening A number of able addresses will be made and members of other local branches are Invited to be present COLISEUM The Coliseum rink is growing more popular tthan ever since cold Weather has set JpHha rondo the healthfull exerciseof roller skating more at traotlve The floor fr kept tin rtICt condition Mid there is good vibm every ofjiit J KNIGHTS OF fiflLlIBUS1 I Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere New Orleans will have work in the fourth degree on December 20 The two councils in Milwaukee number more than 1000 members Marietta Council has secured new quarters In the Citizens Bank build ing Marietta Ohio A now council was established at Waco Texas last week with soy entyfive charter members Members of Denver Council went to Fort Collins Colorado last Sun day to confer the three degrees upon a class of fifty candidates Madame Emma Calve the brilliant prima donna will sing in St Louis next month under the auspices of the Choral Club an adjunct of the St Louis Chapter of Knlgjits The New York councils are hold ing an indoor athletic meeting at the armory of the Sixtyninth Regiment today All the athletic clubs In Greater New York are taking part in the contests San Francisco Knights presented Archbishop Riordan with a check for 5000 on the occasion of his sliver Jubilee He will apply the money for the establishment of a schoolarshl at St Patricks Seminary The Supreme Board of Directors met at New Haven Conn and reformed the Fourth degree districts of Missouri with the center of the State as the dividing line The eastern part will be known as the St Louis district and the western as the Kansas City district THIKITY COUNCIL Held Social Session and Is Preparing For Other Events Trinity Councils social session In the new club house brought out ia splendid attendance Monday night President James 13 Kelly presided over the routine affairs and then Al- F Martin administered during the social session Two new applications were received nnd It was announced that the council had arranged to give- a mammoth euchre and dance on the evening of Tuesday November 17 Next Monday night the council will Initiate a class of twenty members and the degree team expects to exemplify the ritual in a most Im pressive manner Plans for the com ing bazar are maturing and the con test between the rival candidates for the piano Is waxing warm THANKSGIVING FESTIVAL A grand supper and social will be given for the benefit of St Pauls church in the school hall Jackson street near St Catherine on the afternoon and night of Thanksgiving day There will be music and re freshments all afternoon and night Meals wll be served from 4 until io oclock and a coffee social and candy pulling from 2 until 5 oclock In the afternoon A special smoker has been arranged for the men The tickets of admission are only twenty five cents A NOBLE OUTCAST The St Leo Dramatic Club will by special request repeat the per formance of A Noble Outcast which was given for the benefit of St Leos church a few weeks ago The performance will be given at St Leos school hall Highland Park Tuesday evening November 24 The curtain will rise at 8 oclock sharp Tickets are sold at twentyfive cents with ten cents extra for reserved seats A O iL EUCHRE AND DANCE A select euchre and dance will be given at the Southern University School at Fifth and Zane streets under the auspices of Division 4 A O H on the night of Thanksgiving eve Wednesday November 26 Prof D J Collins orchestra has been se cured and will furnish some Irish music All the divisions and the Ladles Auxiliary have been invited to attend SPLENDID PICTURES The Casino Princess Bijou and Dreamland theaters all did a thriving business this week and each of the houses shows an improved line of motion pictures each week All of these theaters are under the manage ment of the Princess Amusement Company and each gives only first run films Something novel is prom ised for each of the four houses next week MILITARY EUCHRE Companies A and C Uniform Rank C K of A will give a 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1101 Cumb Main 1200 r HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past Week Uenernl News Notes yew Albany Division will meet in regular sesion next Thursday night The eight divisions in New Haven Conn are planning to build a club house Cheshire county Massachusetts has a new cadet division with sixty charter members Stationery used by the Connecticut State offices Iis linen paper manu factured in Ireland What promises to be a rousing meeting of Division 3 will be held next Thursday evening More than 500 people attended the twelfth annual concert of the Ladies Auxiliary at Nashua N IIIOne division in lloxbury Mass has 11000 in Its building fund and is ready to begin work on a new home Mrs Mary F McWhorter of Chi cago is serving her fourth term as State President of the Illinois Ladles AuxiliaryIf proposed arc carried out the Hibernians of Buffalo will have an IrishAmerican Athletic tiub be fore long Division 7 of Syracuse N Y has organized a Fortyfive team and has challenged any similar team in the county Division 2 will meet Friday night but consideration of a plan to give an entertainment will be postponed until after Advent Next Wednesday night is the reg ular time for a meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary and a number of new appli cations are promised The division at llacine Wis now has a membership of more than 100 Its members celebrated its twenty jfifth anniversary last week The Rev Father Daniel S Sheerin addressed Division 2 of Boston last Sunday on the Origin Decay and Revival of the Gaelic Language The Teffersonville Division will meet Tuesday night and the members expect many of their Louisville friends to visit them that night With Dart Kavanaugh leading the Hibernians as County President the order should be on the boom in In dianapolis during the ensuing year The eight divisions of New Haven Conn are planning the erection of a Hibernian Institute There are 1400 members interested in the pro ject Division 1 will hold a regular meet ing Tuesday night and the members promise a better attendance than at the last meeting which was held on election night Many divisions have appropriated 5 or more for the Church Extension everydivisiontribute to the good work The order has gained fifty mem bers during the past two years in Terre Haute and as a consequence of the good work J S Cannon was reelected County President givenbyWednesday November 25 will be the last entertainment given by locate III bernians Until after Advent Walter J Drohan has been Secre tary of Division 3 of Worcester Mass for thirtythree years and Thomas McDonotigh has been Treas urer of the same division for thirty two years Division 10 of Marlboro Mass is making elaborate preparations for the dedication of its new building on Thanksgiving day It will be equipped with all modern conveniences and willcost 35000 At the biennial convention of the Ladles Auxiliary of South Groveland Mass resolutions were adopted In dorsing the work of Hon John Red mond and file colleagues of the Irish Parliamentary party The meeting of the Ladles Aux iliary Wednesday will be an open one and the committee in charge com posed of MIsses Fanny Kennedy Emma Fischer and Julia Kelly invite all their friends to attend n1 f EAT FOR NUNS The Rev Father Tsfdore Dwyer CP conducting a retreat for the Sisters of the Good Shepherd It began on Thursday and will close on Saturday November 21V u LIVED LONG IN PAHISH- I 1 i7 Chftrb kelly WkoiMi4Jei Is the partaa of Inv CMJjIty Donegal Tfa Und bM MftotMtf tk Hff 9t 111 d r Ia FOR Furniturei Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go tor B WM F 419 W MARKET ST fl Rogers ss GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city Books Magazines and Religious Articles OV KVEK5 DKSCniPTION1 434 West Jefferson Street years He has never lived outside of the parish of Inver ROYAL WELCOME Will Be Extended to the American Invaders of Ireland Ireland is expecting an American invasion says a special cable to the New York World The corre spondent writes that this particular case of manufacturers who will be compelled under the new British patents act to set up works in the United Kingdom extends to them a cordial welcome Missionary work along this line was done by John Redmond in his reecnt visit to the United States where ho reports he upqnAmericantemplate continuing their trade in Great Britain the advantages of es tablishing their factories in Ireland The Irish leader represented to them that land on his island is cheap and easily acquired the water supply abundant and labor quick Intelligent and willing to work for a small wage A considerable impetus to Irish industry is expected to result from the application of the new act Though Parliament has planned to confine its fall sittings to English business the Irish party has com pelled attention and expects to force some action on the ever recurring Irish land question The state of the money market has brought about an unexpected situation in which the majority of the landlords who have agreed to sell their land to their Irish tenants Under the provisions of the land act can not get their money from the British Government be cause the land stock can not be float ed now without further depreciating consols LAND TO BROTHERS Col C C Copeland a wealthy bachelor of LibertyviUe ill has given to the Christian Brothers of Chicago 220 acres of land along the Des PJaines river south of Llberty yule and near St Mary Academy The land Is worth about 60000 The deed was registered at Wauke gan last week The place will be Improved to form a retreat wbero the teachers in the Christian Broth ers institution may rest hiringthe summer PATS ANSWER It was dinner time and Pat was at his meal when the foreman who thought himself rather smart said to hlmiHow It It that you Catholics never eat meat on a Friday Welleald Pat ItsJstto show the distinction between us rind dogs for they ifeat It any dilly dJ 1 letsJ peekti flastare pray q BY PATRONIZING LOUISVILLE INSTITUTIONS Citizens Special Settlement Always Dangerous LIFE MAYER 6Has BOOK IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Donegalhus thellneuI HelfastI past appointedDeputylord thedocketQuarterSessionsPeter Connolly a devout Catholic and staunch Nationalist is dead at CarrlckamoreA LeaguehasCounty Cavan It Is rumored that several evictions County1411U AbbeyfealeDistrict and W railway died very suddenly appointedtoresident medical officer of the Lur gan Hospital Mrs Catherine Finegan the venerable mother of the llev Father Ml DroghedaSincere regret is expressed In County Down over the death of Toy seph Dorrinn of Lamey auctioneer and cattle salesman A great Nationalist mass meeting was held recently at Muff East Cavan under the auspices of the United Irish League Mrs Catherine Keirans of New beIngtheI at the age of 113 years Mrs M S OBelrne of Balllnamore County Leltrim Is dead after an ill ness of two years She Iis survived by her son TI lllse OBelrne Mystery surrounds the death of Bernard McLaughlin of Shrandhil who was found dead on the railroad line between Tobercury and Sligo The Very llev Fattier Louis Carew 0 C II after a ten years res idence in Home has returned to Mount Melleray County Waterford The llev Father 1lnegan of Dun dalk has been appointed parish priest at Togher to succeed his uncle the late flight llev Monslgnqr Powderly The few Father James McKeown of Ardee has been appointed to succeed Father Finegan as curate in CountyLouthWilliam Power an extensive farmer of the Carrlgmoone district County Waterford was fatally wounded practlce oldThe Rev Father James Dempsey parish priest at Arles County Car low is dead after an illnes of tyo years The deceased was ordained In 1869 and was always an intense NationalistSecretary BIrrell has announced in the House of Commons that the Government is considering the question of prosecuting the Nationalist newspapers that print reports of branches of the United Irish League Owen Reilly of Gubb Island New townbutler County Fermanagh re cently dug up an ancient bronze pot inscriptioninthe article to the National Museum DublinMagistrate Thomas Dignan of Ballygar County Galway and one of the countys lleacjlng citizens is dead Ills youngest son the Rev Father John Dignan is President of St Jo sephs College at Ballinasloe and two daughters are nuns at Loughrea Patrick Henneberry died suddenly while walking along the road near Clonmel He tend been for years em pl Lancaire cuperate his health He was forty yearRo1cJand lis survived by several brothers and sisters CHOKER i CQnO Richard Croker the former chjof of Tammany Hall sale from Queens town today for New York He ex 1tl1eUnltTO OLRAALUMINIUDWARE JpaJupalftl1mytareoa IIJr t Y r FRANK FEHR BREWING CO o Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY Cumb Phone West 191 1913THE WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and BkSold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for parity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINK Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMANB- REWING COMPANYyy INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOUXSVILLE J Y ASK EO PALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7560 CUMB HONE WEST 88 JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREFT Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCO vHD- BUTCHERTOWN t BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERr 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY 3 Whitesides Bakery 14TH AND BROADWAY Finest Bakery in the World Because of the great interest in our modern plant we have determined to publicforimprovedkeryOPEN EVERY DAY Special arrangements are made for the night crowds from 7 to 10 p m as plantInSAKE come and see how we make Mothers Broad Have you had a look at the clock OFFICE HOURS STO6 SUNDAYS 9 TO 12 PONT YOU WANT Oood Dental Work Done For the Least Mosey Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR H JCOUCHMAN Dentist OFFICE 542 FIFTH STREET CB THOMPSON FLORIST SpecialtyFloral 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed u T FLORENTINE ORCHESTRA DOMINIC OBRARDI Director 632 T3 Jtls StreetPHONE 3600 High class music furnish h Receptloos DiBMr Parties ocial and wed logyI Functions P tron e soHcited 7 LL j CHOICE rCut Blooms Plants and Designs at RIGHT PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 644 FOURTH AVENUE Both Phones 22- 3Dressmak1ngtLadies Shirt Waists and Child rens Dresses a Specialty IMRSC H lOOK 1918 Floyd 81 i PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville hospitalforepileptic patients Both male and female y patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jeifert onvllle lid Independent of All Undertaken KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMeR Washing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty norm PHONE 1077 HEIRU J1 PPOLSU L S DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Appanl WORK GUARANTEED phone 3635 528 Fifth Street WINES LIQUORS CIGAIS VALS i SALOONVAL XAATJB8 leer 4 Hot Lunch1dngfrom30to 4a Wi oiwiw mv j- r U 4 1ti Y KENTUOKY IRISII AJMERIOAN T j oeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeh i 4 4 I N W Cor Second Floor Over Hays Cloak Store i Jewelry Silverware i Watches Diamondsii j I and Novelties Come to Me for Your Holiday Gifts Y Why pay ground floor prices when I guarantee to save you I from 10 to 33tf per cent on the same goods Remember I keep anything that is found in a first class I ground floor Jewelry Store Thirtytwo years in the Jewelry Business corner Fourth and Jefferson streets Elevator on Fourth Ave Elevator on Jefferson St George Rieger Jr member of Mackin Council membersYI I Call and see meet eeeeee Noeeeeeeeeeee +eeeeee THE BIG STORE SPECIAL CUSTOM QUALI- TYOVERCOATSWINTER FOR MEN Very latest models Pure Australian Wools Mel tons Kerseys Thibets and Fancy Overcoatings 15 424 West Market SL THE BIG STORE Poirth Between and Fifth MILTON M MARBLESTONE 6 CO MUSIC IN THE HOME Is at all times essential and there is no time when it is appreciated more than in the summer A- FARRANDOECILIAN PIANO f Will supply this music if there is no one in the family that can play All one has to do to enjoy their favorite selections to insert a roll of music and pump The expression marks are stamped on the roll showing anyone just exactly how to secure the proper expression Come in and permit us ton show you more about the FarrandC- ecillanMONTENEGROR1EHM MUSIC CO Incorporated OB8O8O FOURTH AVENUE CFA TURKEY TIMEWill soon be here Its always time to use Mulloys Teas and Coffees Their never varying quality and freshness is the cause of their popularity Phoue a trial order SPEOIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR SOC Green Black or Mixed Teas an excellent grade 1 pound for MTJJLLOY 45c COFFEEROASTER Zi4 vlUARKEX srriecET a J I aeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeedeeeeeioeeeoee4eeeeoeeeWHEN PEERLESS LAUNDRYIrdCO- 12POI2ATICD I Family Washing 5C Per Pound Newest and Most Modern Plant in the City HOME PHONE 1641 CLIMB Main 16a KYwI NeeeeeNNOeWeeN Oeee e eee I I QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES For many years the Quick Meal has been universally acknowledged as the best gas range in the market They cook quickly bake excellently and on account of their patent air burners consume less gas than any other They are more I easily cleaned and are made to last The new improvements this year will keep it in the front rank Having made iour 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 Ij e4 t t t t 4 moo WINLL CwAIIPAQ1tZZ 01 AL KOLL3 l 345 wt Green StrastI- 1titvolla rr Q1f0A R r 4IM +14e STRANGER Than Fiction Are the Things Put Over in City Departments Democrats Arc Fired nut the Republicans Are Allowed to Resign Old Business Man Renews IUs Pctcrtincnt Queries About Flagging BUSY POLICE COURT ATTACHE Tho city administration and 1 iIts pets continuo to put funny thlngl across the plate as they say in baseball parlance Take the police department for instance during the past week One policeman was helcJ to answer to the grand jury for false swearing He was allowed to resign Another who was charged with Jolt ering in a saloon was summarily dls missedJ Coons went on the police force about a year ago and during the Christmas holidays it is alleged i he became excited one night and shot up the station house He was trlecJ by the Board of Public Safety and exonerated Coons quieted down aftel that until the approach of the Noven ber election Then it is alleged he made oath that ho lived at 110 Eai Chestnut street and that he hut been unavoidably absent from the city on each of the three regular reg istratlon days From the recordI kept by his police Captain it wal shown that Coons was in the city won duty each of the three days Fc gratjurysign from the police force Coons II a Republican and a reformer Now take the case of Charles M Chapman a Democrat Chapman won the police force three years am never had charges preferred again him until last week He was mounted man attached to the Presto street substation and was familiar known as the Grey Eagle of Schni zelberg He was well liked by everybody in the wide territory over whic he rode and was on extreme friendly terms with the heads of the big manufactories in Uls district Om night last week ho was notified the he was wanted by telephone He dii mounted entered a saloon to the onl telephone convenient and while answering the telephone Ewing Dale Deputy ClerIc of the Pollco Cour walked in Chapman was reports to the Board and after making hli explanation was summarily dismissed That was on Friday Ills friends wet so numerous that he had several job offered him at once and on Monda went back to his trade of barber 11 is said that Dale is making a practice of spying on the police and now hal five scalps to his credit Chapma voted the Democratic ticket on rues day and the venganco that followe was as swift as it was sure I The Police Court attaches hat shown a penchant recently for gettln themselves and others into trouble and yet all their escapades do nol get into print It is alleged on who appears to be authentic informatio that Carl Brach the interpreter f01 the Police Court had his eyes blacke the day after election He entered saloon in the southeastern end oj the city and began cursing Democrats Stormy Goss a Democrat and former policeman resented hIE language Brach is alleged to hay pulled a revolver Goss knocked him down and blacked his eyes Ther were no arrests apparently Lieut Foster tried to put anothe one over in the Police Court the week when he testified that he ai rested T M McDonald who attcndei a Republican meeting and cheered fot Jryan This was too much for Judg McGee and he promptly dismissed Me Donald When questioned by Robert JT Hagan attorney for the defense Taster said he had not heard any Cody cheering for Taft This is tin ame Lieut Foster whose army record has been published in tho Ken ucky Irish American and whom the oulsvlllo Post is trying to boost into a CaptaincyThe Louisville merchant and manufacturer who has asked pertinent questions about the city admin- Istration said to a representative of the Kentucky Irish American this week A number of ui met at lunch today and the usual question was sked Has the Kentucky Irish American heard anything from Mayor Irinstead or his Board of Public stonolgutterwould have published the answers if there had been any All of us are nxlously awaiting for the explanation of why 1800 to 2000 feet of smooth stone flagging in excellent condition was taken up and brick gutters substituted What disposition vas made of that flagging Why Is Itt that another sewer has been put Into St James Court makinir three In all now The mansions in this iristocratic court had been pre iously provided with two sewers of more than thirty inches in diameter When widows and orphans are suffering from lack of drainage why should the city needlessly expend 2000 in an aristocratic quarter that bas been previously well provided These questions if satisfactorily answered prior to tho election might iave helped the hospital bond propo Ition AH I have told you are facts that can be proven and we businessmen are going 10 get all the facts No threats or attempted intimidation wlJ1 prevent us from getting at the bottom of things Threats made by the administration will only aid us In bringing more undeniable details Into public print PIANO RECITAL Patrick OSullivan the lumens pianist and composer who is now visiting his relatives In Louisville rave a recital to the pupils of Sacred leart Academy Crescent Hill on Thursday of last week His work vas greatly enjoyed and he promised- ae Sisters and pupil to give an kthjW recital before ha laaveal Louis rtU Mr 0SulllvaaSUproltabl SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First am Third Tuesday President Jdhn JI Mulloy Vice PresidentThomas Lawler Recording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Recording Sec Thoa Keenan Jr Financial SecretaryThos Dolan Treasurer Charles J Finnegan DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Frida Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna Treasurer Owtn Kelran Recording SecretaryJoseph T jyncb Financial Secretary J T Keaney SergeantatArmsJames Sayers Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursda Evenings Each Month Seventeenth and Main Streets PresidentPatrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording SecretaryL J Mackey Financial Secretary J O Hesslon Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noo- nSergeantnitArmsPatrick Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth MondaYI Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Henneasy Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial Secretary Wm P Me Donogh 1212 Sixth street I Recording Secretary Frank P DurkeTroosurerHnrry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermo- ttSergeantatArmyJohn Doolan I DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesdays Each Month at Plans HalL PresldentJohn Kenney Vice PresidentJohn U Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Recording Secretary T OHern Financial SecretaryChas Robard Sentinel Timothy D Kenney Marshal William Dorsey Jr- SergeantatArmsBernard Coyle Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club- House 530 Twenitysixtih Street President Robert 0V Burke First Vice President Frank Lana banSecondI Vice President Samue r Robertson Recording Secretary Austin E WalshCorresponding Secretary Thorn r BachmanFinancial SecretaryFrank O AdamsTreasurerDan Weber MarshalA Andriott Inside SentinelPatrick Duddy ExtraordinarySpecial of Mens Youths 20 2250 AND 25 Hart Schaffner Marx and Elbee Suits at 15 Call for particulars and dont miss the big gest and bestthing of the season LEVYS THIRD AND MARKET locate in New York although he al ways considers this city his home COMING EVENTS November 23 Uniform Rank C K of A military euchre and lotto Trinity Councllhn1J- November 23 Macklns Social Tubs dance Mackin club house November 2iSt Leos Dramatic Club In A Noble Outcast November 26 Division 4 AO- H euchre and dance at University School Hall- jjfayember HSt Paula congre ggations Thanksgiving festival Bohool hall JaokBoiritlreetr near St- November CRthirlno lB M and 21tht ricks bur at PatrkIa aofaool tell o t fLOWER Of LoitlsvllloH Catholic Voman stood mobilized in Aid ot Worthy Charity Christians Sale ol Sisters ot Good Shepherd romIHesGrent Results Embroidery and Other Hand work ot Nuns Will Be Sold Very Cheap NAMES OF THOSE INTERESTED The announcement of a Christmas sale of beautiful handmade and embroidered garments and holiday novelties also handpainted china and handsome religious articles from the Convent of the Good Shepherd Eighth and Madison streets will be received by most Catholics In this diocese with pleasant anticipations of the treat in store These convent made articles have a reputation all their own both for neatness of execution and exquisite beauty Tin forthcoming sale will bring then within the reach of many who coul not otherwise afford to possess them The hard times of the past year which many have felt causes a scarcity of work in the convent and as the good Sisters have no other means of revenue than that derived from this work It became neccssarv to take this step to secure food and sustenance for themselves and the 200 girls under their care The Knights fit Columbus have generously granted permission to have the sale of the Sisters handiwork in their new home on Fourth avenue near York and a large number of representative Catholic women have consented to take charge of the sale which hasI been arranged for December 78 and 9 There will be music each afternoon I and evening and an enjoyable time iis assured all who attend At the meeting of ladies on Friday afternoon the work was divided into departments each of which is undo the care of a special committee The officers and committees are as fol lowsPresident Mrs William Krieger Secretary Mrs Thomas B Leahy Treasurer Mrs Charles Smith Handmade and embroidered under wear iMrs Matt ODoherty Chair man Mesdnmes T B Leahy P H Callahan Eschman Schrader M V Meehan John Doyle W T Leahy andII Misses Emily McAteer Bertha Bas sinter Stella OConnor Margaret Wathen Marie OBrien and Elizabeth WalshApronsMrs Daniel F Murphy Chairman Mesdames Thomas KeC nan Boschc F V Simms J T Malone and Misses Irene Curran Irene Cassin and Rose Gatt Shirt waists with embroidered col mars and cuffs Mrs Charles Smith Chairman Mesdames Frank A Ocher Henry Uosse Frank Ocher James B Kelly Charles F Taylor Joseph Schuler Ella Netherlaml David OConnell and Miss Rose Ann Quinn Handkerchiefs Miss Penny Cat frey Chairman Mesdames George Mayer Mrs John E Walters Fannie Wessell and Misses Marcella OConnor Josephine Kelly Marc lla Mea her Ellen OConnell and Mrs Qrinvllle F RiderGentlemens furnishings Miss Eleanor Wathen Chairman Mesdames E H Egan and Blanche Shelley and Misses Gertrude Egan Wilhelminn Waller Rose and Ethel Wathen Blanche Cross Ada Walsh and Mary ByrneChildrens garments Miss Emmn Murray Chairman Mesdames J W Galvln T J Tlerney Hollcnkamp Jo seph MeCloskey E Kampfmueller Atha And and Misses Margaret Cross Susie Fowler May McCarthy Ora Brownfield and Marie Merimce Table linens nd handpainted china Mrs Charles Sauter Chairman Mesdames J B Smith Charles J Fegcnbush Rose Erasimc und Misses Mamie and Louise Schuhtnann and Rose and Mamie Kademaker Dolls Mrs John Gorman Mrs J B Cummings Mrs Mary Schuck Miss Hughes Mrs W T Meehan and Misses Emma Stcy E Keating and Mrs Ladenburg- Religious articlesMiss Emma Dep pen Mrs J ODonnell Miss Louise Armour Mrs John Mauley Mrs CodyNoveltiesChairman Mesdames George Elides helm Agnes Montague John J Bar MaggieVnllaceWaUnceWheel3rs John Graves Chairman Mrs David Welsh and Mrs Kate Newman Entertainment Mrs Kate New nanPressMrs Frank A Ocher and Hiss Elizabeth Walsh T B MOA E HONORED Local railroad men who are members of the National Association of Freight Traffic Agents met Saturday and reelected Thomas B McCabe of the Illinois Central Railroad Company President by acclamation The meeting was large and representative Detroit got the indorsement of the Louisville branch as the best place for holding tho convention of the national body which will probably meet about tho middle of June 1909 RIEGEKS HOLIDAY GOODS In another column of this ssue will be found the advertisement if George Rieger the popular jeweler who asks his old friends anti the public generally to call and examine his holiday wares in gold ewerly silverware watches dia monds and novelties His establishment is on the second floor of the Norton Building northwest corner lfourth and Jefferson streets Mr ilcger was associated with George Wolf Co on the ground floor of be same corner for thirtytwo years and has an acquaintance in the city- xoeededby none His wan George tleger Jr an active member t- JUokIIlCoIIIICI1YJCI is weoclat 1 ecIjrltJt kilt fttherIt tkrbaatnaa c r GREENES F- ORFtirnitnre Carpets and Stoves More for your money and better terms Special Prices on Dining Room Furniture for This Month JAMES GREENE 4252729 East Market St BEST TERMS LOWEST PRICES i eeeNe0ee0Neeeeeeee LOUISVILLE IS BECOMING FAMOUS BY THE SPLENDID DISHES THAT ARE SERVED AT THE KENTUCKY DAIRY LUNCH 350 WEST JEFFERSON ST THE BEST PEOPLE eat there by the hundredswhy not you see the sign JAIVI3ES B CAMP Owner e eeeee + H 415 Per Ton of I2000 Pounds v BE A BIT PARTICULAR when buying your fuel supply because synonym e utcoaroRArEDScanlon 405- I UNION ICE CREAM CO 9- MQasufexotaxrer of Pure Ice Cream and Sherbets 627633 EIGHTH STREET We have our own Dairy and Ice Plant Separate our own Cream This en ables us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competitors I Home Phone 2144 Cumb Main 1429y 5 J1 lf 111 BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA 1 WHISKY I IT IS ALWAYS PURE fittH McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky IU = tj- ID v = FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager HEADQUARrmRS 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 Lamb Pork and Cured Meats of all kinds Also the Best and Purest Lard in the city We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market products LOUISTILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY M J BANNON rJPres A Mgr i P BANNON IL Vice Ptu h Trea L J IScrlaryI Kentucky 7itrifloEriki Co INCORPORATED Mcsaulcoturora of c VITRIFIED PAVING BRICKF- OR STREETS AND ROADWAYS Office 508512 W Jefferson St Works Magnolia Are Bet 9th and lOfb TELEPHONE 873 TELEPHONE 1232 ili PHMI2l j DRJ T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge 1 SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING f 1 Htiraa Called For witl Dellv r 4 IAHI PORORl13 KlBY il 4