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F KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN I 7tME XXLNO 21 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 211908 PRICE FIVE CENTS t CATHOLIC IKiilgltts Will Greet Supremo Trustees in a Knightly Manner Central Committee Arranges Details For Tomorrows aMeeting Able Men Front the East Will Tell About Work of Order UNIFORM RANK AS ESCORTS The Catholic Knights of America of Louisville New Albany and JefferI sonville ImVb arranged a mnss meet- Ing to be held at St Marys lInllII Eighth and Grayson streets at 230II oclock tomorrow afternoon when Supreme Trustees Michael Quinn of Brooklyn Hubert Croghan of Prov idence R I State President Delter man State Treasurer Sylvester Rapier and Supreme Trustees I Thomas Gleason of Covington and Harry Vceneman of Louisville will address those assembled The Cen tral Committee expects the Knights to bring all their friends to the meet ing anti promises that all will be well entertained The details were or ranged at the meeting of the Central Committee last Friday night before n communication had been received from Supreme Trustee Quinn rhejj Central Committees meeting was one of the best attended of the year and before the session concluded nomina tions of officers for the coining twelve months were made President Joseph P McGinn called the meeting to order and in the absence of Secretary Ben Cruise Harry Veeneman was made Secretary for the evening Reports were made by the committees on entertainment I membership and ritual Branch 25 reported that two new members hail been obligated and that more appli I cations were in prospect Branch 32 reported that it had one new candi late and John Schalda invited the Central Committee to the open meet ing and reception to be held at St Vincent de Pauls hall Thursday night of this week Branch 32 expects to have a number of lady applicants at an early date and the showing made by the awakened interest In Branch 32 will surprise all Branch 642 report ed one initiation and one application Gen Gus Kane reported that both J companies of the Uniform Rank were drilling regularly and that all ar rangements for the military euchre and lotto at Trinity Hall had been perfected This event will take place Monday night November 23 The of ficers of the Uniform Rank are now recruiting for both companies and are greatly encouraged with the prosipects i President McGinn announced that I lie had received a communication from Supreme Trustees Michael Quinn of Brooklyn N Y and Hubert l Croghan of Providence R I to the I effect that they would be in Louis ville on Sunday November 22 TIICi Central Committee at once took np proprlate action and Invited the State officers and Supreme delegates from the State The election of officers of the Cen tral Committee will be held on Frldaj evening December 11 and the follow ing nominations were accordingly mndePresldentJom Schalda Vice President P J Dowllng and Charles J DesseISecretary Ben H Cruise and Eu gene A McCarthy Treasurer Charles Folk Sentinel iMatt Schlatig Trustees Charles lull and lIen Beckman The uniformed companies will act SupremeTrustees Mnry3Itall DOMESTIC SCIENCE To Be Taught in School Managed by Eastern Priest Rev John J OKeefe pastor of St Johns church Clinton Mass has organized in his town the Association I of Domestic Science lie has pur chased a home for a new work that is designed to serve the public re gardless of creed or sect Father OKeefe says of his new work I have organized the Association pf Domestic Science to teach women and girls the simple things abou every day living and work I have myself bought tills house of fifteen rooms and 20000 feet of land On the mst floor we hove the reception room for library purposes and the odrawinA room for social headquar ters The kitchen awl dining room will serve TIS for Instruction in cook- Ing and the serving of meals at cos for our members as well as for tKe public who desire to come My Idea 1s that there will be here an oppor tunity for young women transients ln town or others to come here to Ilodge and obalnfo dand under con I ditions they can not elsewhere find rrbf1 second floor will give us rooms for instruction in millinery dressmaking art work Bowing and fjfarmerit cutting while the third floor gives us sleeping rooms and we can provide lodgings The passage building IIr large enough for social1 purposes tmdl TJHll relieve the house when occasion requires aiKl will al1 relieve the assembly hall In the prasI ilsentheadquarters for the young people the girls espeeialy who are altogether too much in the streets The piazza arrangements are such that we can circulate about the entire propert under cover and without disturbing the uses of the rooms no matter how I busy eryone Is The plant Is for the use not onlyof the ladies of 4 Clinton but of the school children of the eighth and ninth grades anti of the high school We shall givei practical instruction and in the hall we can have demonstration work FIFTY YEARS Of Usefulness Brought to Close by Father Langs Death The Right Rev Bishop McCloskey secular clergy black and brown Franciscans and Dominicans as well as the Xaverlan Brothers joined 1Cross1 final tribute to the mortal remains of the Very Rev Father Charles Lang C P former Provincial If the western province of the asslonlsts The requiem mass was celebrated by Rev Father Leo Greulich O M C assisted by the Rev Father Itotheut as deacon anti the Rev Father John OConnor as subdeacon The c Rev Father Daniel C P rector of the Sacred Heart Retreat was master l of ceremonies The Right Rev Bishop and the other clergy occupied seats In the sanctuary The funeral was to have taken place on Tuesday but was postponed until Wednesday morning at the request of the Very Rev Father Jerome Provincial of the Passionlsts who camq from Chi I cago to assist at the obsequies Father Lang was stricken with paralysis last month and on October 22 Father Daniel accompanied him to the Passlonlst house In Cincinnati thinking the trip would do him good He grew gradually worse and Father t Daniel brought him home three weeks ago Last Thursday ho be came unconscious and died Sunday evening The deceased was born in Allegheney Pa sixtynine years ago and entered the Passlonlst order at the age of nineteen years His twin brother Father Frederick Lang also a member of the Passlonist order died fifteen years ago One brother Henry Lang a resident of Plttsburg still survives 1 HANDSOME TRiBUTE Paid Men of Irish Race by t Appreciative Amenll can Editor e JAnfollowing tribute to the Irish race Once a year New York presents 1 medals for acts of bravery performed by its employes during the previous year This year seven members ofathe fire department were presented with medals The men who received the medals were John T Oakleyof Hook and Ladder rruck 11 Frank t Golden of Engine Company 111 Wlllelam Delaney of Engine Company 46eGeorge L SfcKenna of Hook and Ladder 30 Foreman Edward F Nealls of Engine Company 24 Will- Iam Dugan of Hook and Ladder T and James A Quinn of Hook andtLadder 54 Their names show t they are Irish or of Irish extraction The Irishman has always been ad Il queer mixture Ever fond of fun happy living every lay has a silver lining to him no matter how lark timet I past day may have been Yet I this inherent love for a happy day and many of them when duty calls no matter how dangerous the task I may be he faces it as calmly and I happily ns if he was going to have a frolic He almost shakes hands with t death with a smile on his counten t once as If he was meeting an old I friend whom he had not seen for a long time Death is the last timing an Irishman wants to meet if he can I avoid him iwith honor The IrishII man rarely ever commits suicide so I great does he dislike death Yet more Irishmen meet death in nets of duty than any other race TheIenemies of the Irish charge them with many faults but never withIcowardice 1 ASKS TIMELY QUESTION George T Angell editor of Our Dumb Animals and who Is not a Catholic makes the following comment In his latest issue Cuttings come to our table from various Worcester papers showing one of the most disgraceful riots that ever oc curred In Massachusetts by the students pf our literary Institutions The Christian Endeavor Society of the Pleasant street Baptist church Invited the freshman class of the Worcester Polytechnic Institute to a reception the result of which was a 1fight between the freshman and sophomore classes at which many were Injured sp badly as to be sent to the hospital where one died itisstudents of the lower classes fol lowed by another hundred of the upper classmen and their associates paraded the principal streets of the withtto combat What is tIme matter with our Protestant institutions and why do we never hear or read of these doings In Catholic colleges and schools WANT A REPUBLICAN WJByrnef the Live Stock Inspec tor will probably be retired on Dcr cember 4 air Bryhe has made nn exceptionally goodofficial ut time members of the General Council are desIrous of filling allJhe offices with Republleatis Tn his retirement 3lr QDyr iwUL feelltbe satisfaction of duty well done lndUIurrywltb him time bst wishes o jiU who tress act bnslnta with LIBERAL l Offer Mode by Washington Priest Not Yet Acceptedti by Opponents Dissenting Brethren Seem Anx- Ious l to Start Religiousi Controversyc President Roosevelt Secretary Taft anI Cardinal Gibbons l in Lightsi VERY UNPLEASANT ARGUMENTS The Catholics of the United States have no grievance against their sepo rated brethren neither are they walking around with chips on their shoulder yet it seems that there are dissenters from the Catholic church who are seeking to bring about a religious antagonism in this country It was tried during the recent campaign Peculiarly offensive letters were written to President Roosevelt and to exSecretary of War Taft They showed that they were gentlemen and good citizens as well as partisan Republicans when they failed to pub lish these communications until after the election As a postelection affair the Lutherans of New York have addressed an open letter to President Roosevelt charging the Catholics with disloyalty to the country and thetconstitution They have forgotten the services of Lord Baltimore ofothe Carrolls of Mad Anthony Wayne of Phil Sheridan Phil Kearney GenfShields of all the illustrious Bishops Archbishops and saintly nuns who have done so much to make this t country great and glorious The Rev Father William T Russell who has succeeded the late Father Stafford as pastor of St Pat ricks church Washington D C has l answered an attack upon Catholics l made by the Rev Dr McKIm an Episcopalian minister Dr McKIm refuted a statement made by Cardinal Gibbons to the effect that the col only established In Maryland by Cecil Calvert Lord Baltimore in 1634 was the first to establish on American soli tho blessings of civil and re llglqus liberty While the Puritans jof JJew England persecuted other JEirllansand while the Jjanf3- Z1rg1n1impersecUtedDflrfans t B ans Catholic Maryland gave free dom and hospitality to Puritans and Episcopalians alike Father Russell takes up the gauntlet flung down by Dr McKirnh nd offers to pay 100 to charity Intevery case wherein one of the questions he outlines is refuted and isO willing that nonCatholics shall beo the Judges Father Russell then adodressed the following preamble and i questions to Dr McKim through theoWashington Evening Post Now I would ask Dr McKIm to answer squarely and like a man Is this statement true If he enter alus any doubt on this subject I would ask him to reply to the following questions and to enable him too so I shall refer him to the archives I 9f the State of Maryland Bacons of Maryland the Calvert Let ers and Manuscripts and other reliable i sources of Maryland history of which authorities he seems although a Marylander to be In lamentable t Igjorance Did not Lord Baltimore provideI that freedom of worship I tain in his colony Archives of the State of Maryland vol v page 68iCalvert papers No 1 pp 131132 In addition to freedom of wor ship did not the Catholic proprietary give the franchise together with all other civil privileges to the Prot estant colonists In the first assembly i 1637 whose records have come down to us were not all freemen Protestant as well as Catholic not only allowed but compelled to be present or represented Archives of the State of Maryland vol 1 pp 123According to the best authorities on Maryland history were not the leading men of the colony the men who controlled the government In the beginning Catholics Bradley F Johnsons Foundation of Maryland and Act Concerning Religion p 31 W H Browne George and Cecilus Calvert p 45 Clayton Hall The Lords Baltimore p 37J L Boz man History of Maryland II p 2- 6JV L McMahon Historical View of the Government of Maryland p 184 Sanford Cobb Rise and Development of Religious Liberty in America pp 370375 Father Russell foilows these with sixteen other questions of a similar historical nature and then adds This controversy should never have been begun I regret that it has Instead of wrangling among themselves the professors of relig ion should unite in charity against the common foe But the controversy thrust upon urf by the unprovoked at tack of Dr McKim we have no reason to shirk The sooner however It closes the better for religion Let us bring it to an issue Instead of indulging Ina desultory war of words let us come out squarely in the field If Or McKIm can prove the contrary of the above propositions 1 pledge myself to give to any charitable ob ject he may name l100for every case in which he succeeds I am will big to accept as Judges any fair minded nonCathplIoe he may saleet and tsuggest Mr JBdwni and the ed itors 9fth81 herald gto Post and Fuses IlfDtKcKlIilwllla ipt- this charge I shan at once place la Mr Kdtrai hanils a cheek to beI drawn fcr au three of theae j- dgiijjjjjj I ii Ii who may decide in favpr of Dr Mc KIm Dr McKIm is asked to give no pledge Will he accept the chal ffrLetquestions honesty and fairly to theseII have the facts first we may the motives later on Motives are intangible and more or less subject o opinion It Is posslbl that a beg gar receiving alms fronuDr McKIm might be so ungrateful rand unjust as to Impute unworthy motives to his benefactor Such suspicions are the last refuge of an ingrat1 Criticism the noble founders qf Maryland 111 becomes the descendants or the- oreligionists of the poor Protestant money to bondsmen the colony whWpassage Catholic lords ward gave to these redefnptloners the means of beginning life yi the prov- Ince as honorable freemen and be- towed upon them the franchise to gether with alt the countless bless- IngsandrellgiousUibertyU contemporary of Lord Baltimore and the early Maryland Catholics he would doubtless have accused them of modernistic tendencies as readily as he accuses Cardinal Gibbons who returns to his flock with the blessing f St Peters successor Dr McKIm the selfappointed grandi Inquisitor takes his own ideas too l riously for these enlightened daslot CHURCH AND NEGUO 1 Striking LanguaeeJLlsed by Editor of Colored Paper f Under the heading Time Catholic j orgonlofJ this to saymI For many years we hive thought Ime negro would be wise to come more and more under theljurisdiction f the Catholic churchH We have thought this because that church of I i ers protection to the iiiigro which he seems not to be able io get from other sources and organizations injj IIThroughoutchurch has been a guide and a shield I In the capital of the nation where the white colleges drawi the color 1 line the Catholic University of Ajner ica stands out as a glorious exception I And what is more the followers ofII the church are true tojjtheir own They have made It the Special mission to minister to the Weak and op pressed mankind to thigw around i the unfortunate the strength of their culture mind experiemmee and lift hmighierusefmmlnessThat I ii11drnaln11te4 I J 1edragomstI Sisters have extended the hand of mercy This beneficent practice has been IIheI 11doorsI11 pen to us today hospitals are I pen to us and their schools arc 01 pen to us And while we are think ing of one way out of the wilderness f prejudice and hate let us not for get time Catholic church RECENT HEATHS Mrs Elizabeth Murphy widow of Martin Murphy died at the home of her sister Mrs B O Flynn 1300 Eighteenth street Tuesday nightI The funeral ceremonies were held at Sacred Heart church Friday morn- Ing Edward Newton a switchman in the employ of the Louisville Nash ville Railroad Company tiled Wednesday as the result of injuries received in the companys yards The de eased was twentyseven years old resided at 817 Cawthon street lls funeral took place from St Louis Bertrnnds church Thursday after nllon Edward Gormnn thirty years Ul and a resident of the Cathedral par- Ish died at the home of his mother Mrs Susie Gorman 524 West Walnut street early Thursday and his funeral took place irom the Cathedral Friday morning The deceased was quite popular and his early demise is regcetted by n large circle of friends i Patrick Cunnlff died at the family residence 1324 Roger street Monday afternoon after an illness of several weeks The deceased was fifty years old and was born In the County Galway Ireland He had spent time greater part of his life in Louisville was a devout Catholic and a faithful member of St Johns Conference of the St Vincent de Paul Society His funeral took place from St Johns church Wednesday morning FORGOT HEU BIRTHDAY Mrs Daniel Dougherty of 1231 West Market street forgot that Friday of last week was her birthday but her friends had better memories and surprised her with a friendly call In the patty were Mr und lrsEd McEhiiott Mrs Della Sheehan Mrs Rose Ansbach Miss Nell Callahan Mrs Wm Rlhn Misses Brldgie and Maggie Haurahan Lizzie TJillle and Maggie Callahan Rena awl Lulu Welsenberg Elizabeth and Bertha King Emma Fishier Anna Rihn and Mary McKlliott and Messrs Irwin Nicholson Edward Daitpn John Me Elliott John Myers Tom Callahan William Connelly Stephen JJ Me Elliott and Invidilalommey After a jolly card game refreshments were served and nil wished the liostesa many happy returns of the day RETREAT FOR PUPILS QpI cud alumaae of Presentation Acad ldJItre8less wfll class tftfa oMratot II URGENT PLEAS For Catholic Missionary Work Made by Prelates in Chicago Greatest Pageant in Lakeside City Was Witnessed on Sunday Scores of Prelatcs Priests and Illustrious Laymen in Attendance BUSINESS SESSIONS THREE DAYS A new epoch in the history of the Catholic Church in America began last Sunday when Monsignor Pal code the Papal Delegate in the presence of several thousand people celebrated the solemn Pontifical mass that opened the first Catholic Missionary Congress No less than seventyseven Archbishops and Dish ops were seated in the Holy Name Cathedral Chicago The body of the church was filled with illustrious priests and laymen of the United States and Canada The opening of the congress gave Chicago Its great est ecclesiastical pageant On tIme gospel side of the sanctuary the IArchblshops were grouped while time Monsignorl were seated on the epistle side Franciscans Car melites Dominicans Passionlsts Jesuits Benedictines Augustians and Paulists were all represented Tle sermon was preached by the Most Rev J II Bleak Archbishop of iNew Orleans Time music of time mass was rendered by a choir of 200 male voices Almost three hours elapsed from time time time procession of pre hates left the nrchepiscopal palace until the close of the services In the afternoon Monsignor Fal l conio read a special message to the assembled prelates It was from our Holy Father Pope Plus X and l commended the work that the Mis sionary Congress was about to under takeIn the evening a banquet was tendered the delegates and the guest of honor was Sir Charles Fitzpatrick Chief Justice of Canada Many of theIArchbishops and Bishops attended and the Knights of Columbus were time hosts Sir Charles Fitzpatrick de livered an address on tIme work the F1Ithcll4churclI i- etcrnitnad lolnKn or1 anx 01nrndIdiiI4h1 motives of the Missionary Congress Sunday evening the Rev Father Patrick Fergus McEvoy a noted missionary in Canada preached time sermon after vespers and made an eloquent appeal for the support ot the missionary movement TIme first business session of the Congress was held Monday morning in the armory of the First Regiment The great hall was thronged with devout members of the church and the most noted arrow of dignitaries in the country occupied seats on the platform Time central figures and chief speakers of the day were Mun signor Falconlo and Archbishop Quigley of Chicago Others who made addresses Monday morning were the Very Rev Francis C Kelly of Chicago the Very Rev Father John Williams of Pittsbnrg the Very Rev Father William HKcii hinr sf Washington D C the Right Rev John Baptist Iittlvnl of Sante Fe- N M and Attorney William J Hynes of Chicago Imbued with the thought of a new epoch heralded by the Papal bull taking the North American branch of the church from of missionary countries and placing it In i jlaee to reach out and spread the gospel on its own initiative time speakers pictured great things for the future Monsignor Falconio delivered time first address and talked eloquently on the lack of religion In the public schools Archbishop Quigley welcomed the delegates and made an eloquent appeal for support for the missionary labors of the American church The congress was brought to a close Wednesday night when Arch bishop Quigley of Chlcngo Bishops Donahue of Wheelying and the Hon W Bourke Cochran of New York addressed a mass meeting of Catholics Prelates priests and lay men are well pleased with time result of the first Missionary Congress USED AN AX To Sever Ties That Unite Hands Across the A Sea The Amateur Athletic Union of the United States took up an ax last Monday and severed the hands across the semi proposition at Itast as far as athletics are concerned The man who wielded the ax was Tomes E Sullivan who was Presi1 dent Roosevelts personally appointed delegate to the Olympian games The annual convention was held at the Hotel Astor antI time first session was token up with the reading of time report of Mr Sullivan After hearing the report time union adopted a resolution giving its hearty approval and indorsement to Mr Sullivans actions and to those of the American Olympic Committee In time matter of the withdrawal of Carpenter Taylor mind Robbins from the final heat of time 400meter race Carpenter hind been disqualified in an earlier heat for an alleged foul Muclf pltter feeling was engendered as a result of the Carpenter episode ard a break In relations between the 1ateu Athletic Union and the British Amateur jythtelic Union which had charge of the games has been regarded as not unlikely as a resultPresident Sullivan said the most serious mistake made by the British committee in charge of the Olympic games was In accepting the entryof Tom Longboat the Canadian Mara openlyknown Longboats test was a direct insult to the American organization Although the protest was ignored in Great Britains athletic circles said Mr Sullivan evidentlydesiresAthletic Union of the United States to recognize its disqualification of CarptenterAll pastyearreport showed a balance of 10334 The Amateur Athletic Union de disqualification teur Athletic Association of Great theOlympicThe union also declared that athletes registered with the union shall not be allowed to compete in interna tional competitions unless the man agement of the events Is approved by ofAmericaelected as President GOOD ADVICE Given Argentine Irishmen by Archbishop of Bue- nos Aires The Irish residents of Buenos Aires Argentia South America gave a great concert recently for the benefit of the Irish Argentine Orphanage which is conducted by the Sisters of Mercy There were songs and ad SpanishAmongRev Archbishop Esplnnosa There are 100000 Irish in Argentia and many hold high places in Church and State I Time Archbishop said it gave him great pleasure to be among his well beloved people of the IrishArgentine community He was glad to see them there assembled in the cause of show ing honor to their fine racial traditions He had admired them all his worthyjexampletion by their lives in Buenos Aires lives spent in toil anti rectitude en practicaldevotionvised them to extend the scope of the orphanage by erecting another in stitution for grown up girls to be a protection for their innocence against the dangers by which 1 hI y- are constantly surrounded Such an institution would be a worthy anti a crowning triumph to the work they were now carrying onI1Hl should t1jbyLnnd4root1usjUomitJ In closing he advised his Irish friends to show a spirit of soliilnriiv with the Argentine nation by tglliv in a history of the Irish people in the republic what the Irish race hind done In the making of the country DEGREE FOR NUN Follower of St Vincent de Paul Wins Fellowship In University From the New York Times It is learned that Chicago University has awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy to a Sister of St Eliza beths College at Convent N Jont- he completion of her work there as fellow In biology since 1906 The Sister Is the first of her order that of St Vincent de Paul to hold a fellowship at Chicago University and the award was the only one made that year for original research in biology The completed thesis is The Embryo of Cerntozamla A Physiological Study and is pub lished among the university pamph lets signed by the Sisters name when In the world There Is no sign whatever that the work should be credited to the Catholic church The Sister who has won such distinguished honor at Chicago University is a member of the community of St Vincent de Paul of New Tersey and one of the teachers in the Catholic college for girls near Morrlstown While the authorities there are proud of the credit re flected by one of their number on the order they express no surprise and explained that in the last three years more than fifty of the Sisters had been doing graduate work at several of the foremost universities In this country In the list tire half a dozen students at Chicago Uni versity some at Yale some at the Boston Institute of Technology and a large number at Columbia NEW CATHOLIC CONGRESSMAN Charles A Korbley who defeated Overstreet for Congress In Indianap oIls Ind is the first Catholic elected to Congress from the Hoosier cap ital Ho Is only thirtyfive years of age was educated at St Josephs College and has practiced law since 1900 He Is a profound student pf political apd economic subjects and his writings on these subjects have been quoted extensively by the lead ing papers during the campaign He Isa member of the Indiana State Historical Society the Commercial Club and time Knights Columbus Ills friends predict a bright future for him In Washington CHURCh DEDICATION The now Holy Cross church In the diocese of Covington will tie dedicated on November 29 the last Sun day In the present month Time Right Rev Ci P Mae Bishop of Coyfngtoni will preside nd Catholics of CincinnatiI Covington and New port are eipected to be well repre Mntud The ladle pf time opngrega tics will furnish an old faihloned Kwituckyf 4IDftp aL MUDDLE Republican City and County Ad ministrations Interfere in School Affairs Itcform Ofllclals Fall to Elimi unto Politics From Educa tional Matters Thieves nUll Crap Games Flour ish While Chief of Police Is Away PRIVATE DRAINS PUBLIC SNAP The muddle in the School Board Is the latest scandal that has developed from the unwarranted interference of His Honor Mayor Grinstead atilt Charles Scholl the Sheriff of Jefferson county Confusion worse con founded is the only way to describe the situation succinctly Time editor priortovoice the sentiments of tile city administration and cme out flatfooted for n nonpartisan School Board but at the same time he advocated the election of the candidates nom inated bv the Republicans Dr I N Bloom was one of the men support ed by the editor of the Post He was elected with the aid of Democratic superiorintelligenceas n tool by men of the calibre of Mayor Grinstead Sheriff Scholl and C C Stoll He was good enough to be a member but he was not good enough to be President of the board The Democrats nominated him and the Republicans nominated Gus C RietzH a reputable business man and an all around good fellow but ho is not the equal of Dr Bloom in intelligence s tImeMayorsDr Bloom knew that the Mayor and Messrs Scholl Stoll and company were opposing him and did not hesitate to tell Mayor Grinstead You wanted the School Board out of politics and you were the first man to Inject politics into it To show further that there was political animus in the School Board Dr Haack and P G Coker Trustees from the Eighth and Ninth wards janitors crntsRlackas wellas whltegot timer ax Dr Schaefer whose tenure of office is in doubt was forced Into the Republican caucus Meanwhile the public school system of Louisville is suffering nrotherDemocraticunder the displeasure of tile eltad ministration In Ids prosecution of the offenders against the pure food law Dipt Carney made James F Grinstead a possibility lIe had the temerity to register as a Democrat at the recent election and a few days later remonstrated with an officious subordinate who hind been inspecting his mall Capt Carney was reduced to the rank of patrol man and resigned Col Jacob Hanger appears to be disgusted with the earlyiiIt has also developed that the re form policeman are protecting crap fumes The Democratic policeman who knowingly or unknowingly per mils a crap game on his beat iH linulcd up and fired Robberies are taking place every day and the off daIs of the police department re main discreetly silent What right has the city adminis tration got to force property owners to sign away their rights to self pro1 tection Right or wrong it is being done Here is an exact copy of a notice that is being served on property owners by agents of the Board of Public Work- sGentlemenI hereby authorize blank space to apply for an estimate of the cost of a drain from my premises No blank street between blank and blank streets anti empower Lank to sign my name to the application and release the city of Louisville from any lia bility for any damages which mummy occur to said or any adjoining prem- Ises by making connection with the sewerSigned blank Property OwneroJIn plain English the property owner is asked to sign away nil rights to the preservation of his or her property until the Board of Pub lie Works gets its favorite contractor to complete the job GRAND ASSEMBLY Of Catholics In Honor of Popes fiftieth Year at Altar i More than 70000 Cathpllps from every civilized quarter of time globe assembled iqSt Peters Cathedral Rome Monday morning to attend the jubilee mass of Ills Holiness Pope Pius X The cable messages say that It was the most Imposing cere mommy witnessed in Rome since tW yArchblshBishop Allen of Mobile the Most Pev Robert Seton titular Archbishop of Heliopolls formerly d resident of Newark N J Monsignor Kennedy rector of time American College and Monsignor Fdrrelly Its Spiritual Di rector and time Rev Father George W Mundqleln Chancellor of the diocese pf Brooklyn Were toe most prominent Americans at the jubilee services Besides there were present the entire faculty and all time students ltl1eAtrierica College anjl mny pUg nil from various paruotthtt1Uni d State Lpp yrifi XgNJUOKY IRISH AMERICAI T KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancemement of Irish Americans a d Catholcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers I SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C Bntcreil it the Loulivllle Coitolllce a SecondClass natters 0 SXddrst all Communication to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Oreea St i LABELiCOUNCIL j LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 21 1908 MAJORITY WILL RULE II I Today marks the initial step in the i reorganization of the Democratic party in Kentucky In each precinct Pof the 119 counties captains are to be chosen at 2 oclock this afternoon and the precinct captains will meet and elect Chairmen from each legis lative district There are plentyof good men in every precinct and dis trict There are no occasions for disputes or rows Let the Democratic voters go to their respective polls today and vote for the men of their choice After that let them abide the consequences with tie hope that every Democratic voter has done his duty TIm HURRY OUTS The Catholic Universe in talking about the Hurry Out Catholic says The hurryout Catholic Is a t common to all localities The mos notable thing about his religion lis IhisI anxiety to get away from it His one sentiment in regard to religiou- exercises is a wish to cut them short Ho shuns the high mass because of its length He objects to the sermon because It takes time He attends the shortest mass he can get and can wait for the end ol the last gospel to rush away from that I The strange thing about this expeditious and timesaving gentle man Is that he is usually to be found occupying the curbstone when the congregation has dispersed disseminating his valuable views on them political situation or explaining reasons for the failure of the baseball team Then he saunters home to de Tote what is left of his precious time to the careful perusal of the Sunday paper In our city we have women as well as men who hustle out before the mass is over Undoubtedlyl they were taught better but they forget The Kentucky Irish American Is sent to the Post office every Friday nfternoon If any of our local subscribers fan to receive their papers on Saturday call up 940 Home phone and we will find the reason for the ilelay i If your friend or neighbor is not a subscriber to the Kentucky Irish American tell him about It A little missionary work on the part of our friends will bring about results that will be appreciated IOXDOXS CATHOLICITY c In London there are now about 140 Catholic churches not counting the convent chapels To very many of these there are elementary schools attached some of them ranking with the best nonCatholic schools both as to site and equipment Of con vents monasteries and other relig ious houses the metropolis possesses over 170 Twentyeight orders or congregations of men have one or more houses In Londonand between sixty and seventy congregations of women Several hundred priests are actively engaged In special work ALWAYS FOREMOST The Catholic Church Is always foremost in supporting reform move ments based upon sound moral principles to alleviate the sufferings 4otUio poor and bring about a better ment of their condition To the rich she proclaims In thunder tones that oppression of the poor is a sin crying to heaven for vengeance To the poor she holds out the hope of a reward in heaven for all they suffer here To all she commands the observance of the law ot justice as necessary for fulfilling the divine precept Love thy neighbor as thyself upon which salvation depends SAYING PRAYERS One of our Catholic exchanges sv says You ask how llra erssald over and over again like the Rosary can bo any good I saw young Mrs Martin last week with her little girl in her lap She had her arms ground rher mothers neck nnd wns being rocked to and fro and every time she rocked she said Oh mother True she was only a child but Except ye become as little children We are nOtlllng more than children with Cod and his Blessed Mother To say nan Nary Hall Mary is the best way of tolling her how much we love her And then this string of beads Is like Our Ladys girdle and her children o love io finger it and whisper to her And we say our pater floaters too and all the white wa are talking she Is showing us pictures ot her dear Child and we loot at all the great things He did for us one by one and then we turn trio page and begin again How tender and simple it isl A great mother whoso girdle is of beads strung together whicn dangle into every Christians hands whose face bends down over every Chris tlang bed UNIVERSITY TRUSTHBS o This Trustees ol the Catholic XJnl veltyl1eltthelr annual meeting Wednesday and tho gathering S brouffht a number of distlnguiined n1trlllat toWashington IDJ Amon ihem wtr Cardinal Gibbons Are na pn I bishops Farley of New York Ryan lof Philadelphia Moellcr df Clncln nnti and Bishops Macs of Covington Foley of Detroit Harklns of Prow idence OConnell of Washington D C Monsignor Lavelle of New York and Messrs Eugene Phllbln of New York City and lIon Richard C Ker ens of St Louis Three names were sent to Venue from which the Pope will choose a successor to Bishop OConnell as head of the Washington University The names were not made public WHAT FAITH IS Words of Wisdom Prom Late Cardinal Newman- on Subject What is faith We answer In the words of the great Cardinal Newman who gives the following definition or rather description of the first of the notta mere reason a firm assent it is a clear certainty thsgreater than any other certainty ane grace of God and by It alone As then men may be convinced and not act according to their conviction so may they be convinced and not be hove according to their conviction argumentt Is against them that they have noth ing to say for themselves and that to believe is to be happy and yet after all they avow they can not be Hove they do not know why but they can not they acquiesce In unbelief and they turn away from God and His Church Their reason and arguments for the truth of It are moral ones arising in the root from a fault of the will In a word the arguments for re ligion do not compel any one to be hove just as arguments for good con duct do not compel any one to obey Obedience is the consequence of willingness to obey and faith is the consequence of willingness to believe we may see what Is right whether in matters of faith or obedience of ourselves but wo can not will what is right without the grace of God Here Is the difference between other exercises of reason and arguments for the truth of religion It requires no act of faith to assent to the truth that two and two make four we can not help assenting to it and hence there is no merit in believing that the Church Is from God for though tli9ro are abundant reasons to prove it to us yet we can without an absurdity quarrel with the con clusion wo may complain that it is not clearer we may doubt It if we will and grace alone can turn a bad will Into a good one ST CECILIAS FEAST atproprlatelchurch tomorrow The Rev Father A J Brady pastor will celebrate the solemn high mass at 1030 oclock and will officiate at the solemn ves pers in the evening at 730 oclock The sermon will be preached by the Rev Father Constantine C P in the morning and in the evening he will deliver a panegyric of St Cecilia The choir under the direction of Miss Agnes Richter will render selection of music The foundation of tho new St Cecilias church will be completed today but the corner stone will not be laid before spring CHIMES WILL RING For the past week every night save Saturday and Sunday has seen some sort of entertainment In the parish of the Buffalo Cathedral Rev Father Blden Is anxious to have the Cathedral chimes put Into the best possible condition and to that end enlisted the services of young and old of both sexes One entertain ment followed another each night and when all returns are made it is believed thnf Father Bidens hopes will be realized EUCHRE AND LOTTO Companies A and C Uniform Rank C K ot A will dive a mtlitary euchre and lotto at Trinity Councils club house Baxter and Morton avenues Monday night Good music will bo rendered and many valuable prizes will be distributed The members of both companies and the general of ficers will ue in full uniform It is expected that every branch in the city will be fully represented nnd also that large delegations from other Catholic societies will attend LOUISVILLE DELEGATES Charles J OConnor Robert A Watson John J Caffrey S M1 Raffo nnd Charles F Taylor who went to Chicago last Saturday night to attend the Catholic Missionary Congress returned hone on Thurs exempUflc1t1on day and were among those who took part In the uniformed guard of the Papal Delegate and other prelates from residence to the Holy NameCathedral LORETTHJE NUN DEAD Word was receivedhere this week that Sister Imelda Ryan of the Lorettiue order had died at the Con vent of Lorotto at Santa Fe N M The deceased was fiftyseven years olu and was a native of Kentucky GROWING RAPIDLY Inside of twelve years view York promises to bo the largest citpcon the earth Jfc la now growing more than six times ass fast as London r la9at wu sI It y I t SOCIETY Miss Mary Fitzgerald of Highland I Park Is visiting friends In Shelby ville Flannngnn and wife have returned from a trip to New York and the East Mrs James Connors spent several days In Memphis this week as the guest of relatives Miss Grace Sweeney of St Louis Is visiting her cousin Miss Susie Cooper In Jeffersonvllle Mrs Alfred F Martin has suffered a relapse and had to be removed to an infirmary on Wednesday- Mr and Mrs J B Wathen and their daughter Miss Eleanor have gone to Battle Creek Mich to spend a month Frank Martin who is attending St Charles College at Ellicott City Md is reported making excellent progress in his studies Mrs James Gibbons of Frankfort spent several days here this week as the guest of her daughter Miss Mary Gibbons Mrs James J Mulligan of Chicago will arrive after Christmas to vlsit her mother Mrs 1C C Davless o 14429 Everett avenue Edward J OBrien and wife left for Europe Monday and expect to be absent about six weeks Most of thru time will be spent in Rome and Paris IlIss Louise Burke and Maurice Roland well known young people of New Albany will be married at ITaly WednesdayeEugene A McCarthy who was n special delegate from St Aloysius parish to the Catholic Missionary Congress in Chicago returned home Thursday Louis W Borntraeger the pop ular letter carrier started on his nineteen days furlough Friday and is spending part of the time in Indianapolis James Gibbons and his talented family will remove from Frankfort to Louisville about December 1 and will be welcomed by the IrishAmeri cans of this city Mrs William HUm 429 Nineteenth street who was called to Central City Monday to attend the funeral of her cousin Mrs John Dooley re turned home yesterday Lancaster V Pottinger son of X F Pottinger of Owenshoro who spent the summer with his aunts Mrs Joseph P McGinn and Mrs Louis B Glass has returned home Miss Hattie E Hoffman entertained her card club Wednesday afternoon Her guests were Misses Violet Chreste Lillian Ryan Sophia Sengel shun Wnchtel Elsie Stoll Effie Has son and Xell IJurgcn The Loscignle Club will give n private horat Utopian Hall Twenty second street Monday evening December 28 Joseph Ryan and Sherley Cunnlff are arranging the details and a good orchestra has been secured Mrs D Hyland Russell has gone to Cincinnati to visit her sister Mrs Robert Crelgler Mr Russell will join her within a few days and they will go to Springfield to be the guests of Miss Mamie Russell until after December 2 Mr and Mrs John Mooney of 1428 West woadway celebrated the thir teenth anniversary of their wedding last evening and a large number of their friends called and tendered congratulations Mr and Mrs Mooney proved delightful hosts Miss Beatrice Ryan and Daniel B Coleman were united In the holy bonds of matrimony at the Cathedral of the Assumption Tuesday evening the Rev Father George Schuhmann officiating After a wedding trip through the South the young people wilt make their home in PetersUuvV Fin where Mr Coleman will manage a hotel Miss Bridget Callahan and George w True popular young people of Frankfort were united In marriage by the Rev Father Major at his rectory last Saturday Miss Margaret Callahan and F Moran were the attendants After a wedding trip to Cincinnati and Louisville Mr and Mrs True returned to Frankfort and will reside temporarily with the brides mother on East Main street Thomas Joseph Burke was tho name given to the son and heir of Thomas F Burke traveling sales man for the Schlitz Brewing Company when the child was christened at Sacred Heart church by tho Rev Father Patrick Walsh last Sunday The social festivities following the christening will not take place until Thanksgiving day when Papa Tom expects to honor his first born in proper style The favored few who have been privileged to serf the scion of the House of Burke believe he has the lung power to become a second Illustrious Father Tom and there will be something doing at 517 Twentieth street on Thanksgiving day Miss Nellie Connaughton was the hostess at n euchre Tuesday evening at the home of her aunt Mrs Katherine Higglns The euchre was given in honor of her cousins James and Miss Lillie Connaughton and Miss Sullivan of Detroit iMlch Among the guests were Messrs and Mes dames John Flynn McAfee Tim Swift Edward Lafollett Tim Downey Mara 1lIgrrlnslssesSarah Burke Georgia Smith Cath erine Burke Catherine Walsh Clara Swift Mary Coleman Anna Walsh Margaret Smith Katherine Shaugh ngssy Minnie and Elenora Coleman Anna Burke and Messrs James Con naiiKhtbn Clifford Flynn Sam Blah ford Edward Myer Otis Thornberry John Jouett tJoseph Burke James Cain John Shauehnesay Jamo OBrien William HdMion George N 11 f- IJ Mitchell and George Flynn Misses flrstlnndI Connnughton won tho gentlemens prizes Tim Downey and Edward Lafollette won the consolation prizes ILAUGE CROWD Attended the Latest Meet- Ing of Division 1 and Hustled Things I The attendance at the meeting of Division 1A O II Tuesday night was largo President Mulloy occupied the chair and during the evening addresses were made by Thomas Keenan Sr James Barry nnd Thomas Dolan Officer Thomas OXeill was the only member reported on the sick list The division accepted an Invitation to the euchre and dance to be glv by Division 4 on Thanksgiving ev and purchased twenty tickets for th affair The members also accepted an Invitation to attend the military euchre nnd lotto to be given under the auspices of the Uniform Rank C 1C of A The Entertainment Committee reported that the euchre recently given by Division 1 was a great sue cess It was announced that officers would be elected at the next meeting TRINITY INITIATES Defgrees and Progress- Is Noted Trinity Council held a well attend ed meeting Monday night with Frost dent Janles iB Kelly presiding After the transaction of the necessary routine business a class of eight can didates was initiated It was an nounced that the nominations of officers for the ensuing year would be made on the last Monday in thisI monthThe euchre nnd dance was well at tended Tuesday night and both tho first and second floors were crowded The committee in charge of the for mal opening reported steady progress In Its work and that everything pointed to success for the fornlal opening of the new clubhouse early inFebruaryAn was received to the entertainment of the military branch of the Catholic which will take place Monday night In the large hall PARISH BEREFT The angel of death was busy In St Patricks parish during the past ten days Mrs Charles Karmann died at the family residence 1847 Bank street Saturday evening SheI had been ill several months and death was not unexpected The deceased was born in Ireland fifty years ago She Is survived by her husband and seven children The latter are Mrs Elizabeth Heardt Misses Josle and Annie Karmann and Edward Charles Jr John and Martin Karmann Tho funeral too place from St Patricks church Tues day afternoon and was largely at tendedA hours after tho death of Mrs Knrmann Mrs Mary Parlln wife of Patrick Parltn another member of the congregation passed away at her home 1821 Portland avenue The deceased was highly regarded iin the community In which she lived nnd many friends attended her fu neral which took place from St Pat ricks church Wednesday morning PIANIST SCORES lilT Patrick O Sullivan pianist aud composer was the central figure at the Womans Club on Wednesday when a musical soiree was given un der the direction of tho Music Committee The other soloists were Mrs Americus F Callahan of Chicago and Charles J Letzler the violinist Most of the music rendered was Irish melodies artistically arranged by Mr OSiilllvan Next Tuesda Mr OSulllvan will give a recital in Chicago under tho auspices of the Irish Choral Club He expects to sail for Europe on December 3 and will continue to reside at Berlin for an Indefinite period MRS OMALLEYS FUNERAL DrldgetOrnlle placefroming The Rev Father A J Brady officiated at the solemn requiem mass and the church was filled with friends of the deceased She lunch borne her long Illness with true awayfortifiedChurch and with the resignation of a devout Catholic Tier husband Edward OMalley passed away several years ago Four daughters and one son are left to mourn her loss INJURY TO MACHINIST W 5L Sullivan machinist and ele vator expert was seriously perhaps fatally hurt while inspecting time ele vator In the Equitable building Tuesday afternoon Ills right arm and leg had been crushed by a weight of 2800 pounds He was removed to St Josephs Infirmary where Dr W 0 Roberts amputated his arm Ills home Is at 2115 Foree street and his many friends are distressed over his misfortune WANTS TO BE COLLECTOR Louis Yissman Is n Republican and an original Taft man nUll aspires to succeed Joseph A Craft as Collector of Internal Revenue In this the Fifth district of Kentucky Mr Viss Republicanforelection nsa member of the Sinking Fund Commission but was nersona non grata to Mayor Grinstead His friends believe his chances are ex cellent RAPIDLY RECOVERING Edward Kennedy and Fred Walters efficient members of the Louisville fire department who were Injured In the lire at the J D Baldrdtre To boCompany 1217 West Market street last Sunday morning are on the road to recovery Unless something UhforwBth prevents both men wilt tooB be out and on duty ir- I a KNIGIITSI OF CCOL1IBDSA Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Kansnd City Council now owns Its own home preparingforlIon Charles A Korbley who has been elected to Congress fromIndlan apolls is a member of the order The Knights of Columbus Zouaves of St Louis are drilling twice a week and are taking In new members every night A class of fiftyfive candidates re ceived the three degrees at the latest meeting of Mitchell Council South Dakota- S Five hundred Knights with their wives and daughters sat down to the banquet that followed the initiation Colewhicheintends to have a series of musical ventures this winter has been prac ticing from one to three times n Week since its establishment four years ago El Paso Council has laid the corner stone of its new home and the order is flourishing in the State of Texas Jf T Gorman has been made Minster of the fourth degree for the Province of Ontario lie is one of Ottawas leading attorneys Members of tho order from many points in Louisiana and Mississippi went to Nntdiltoehes to Institute n new council Although there were only thirty in the class the new mem bers showed superior intelligence in responding to toasts at the banquet which followed the initiation IJKLOVKI MATRON DEAD Mrs John Colgan one of the most estimable matrons of the city died at her home 1108 Fourth avenue Thursday as the result of cancer Previous to her marriage she was Miss Martha McCrory She Is sur ColganViceCompany a daughter Miss Uettle Colgan and three sons William Henry and J Clifton Colgan and IT her sisters Mrs Mary McCarthy MaggieMcCroryCrory a veteran engineer In the Lou isville fire department The funeral services had not been arranged at pressIIIUKT 1Y HOUSE Thomas Hanlon pipeman of the No 12 Engine Company was seri ously hurt Thursday in attempting to hitchone of the horses in time to respond to a fire alarm Jlanlons collarbone was fractured and he was Intenally Injured On the advice of the attending surgeon he was re moved to the City Hospital and at last accounts was resting as well as could be expected WANTS TO HE CORONER Dr Charles Molr has announced his candidacy for Coroner subject to the action of time Democratic primary to kbe hold next year Dr Moir Is one of Louisvilles most popular physicians nnd has always been a loyal Demo crat He did much to build up the Democratic Club of South Louisville in the recent campaign and his friends believe he can win the nom- Ination and election THAXKSGIVrXG DANCE Trinity Council will ale Its last dance before Advent on Thanksgiving chargelrassplendid tractive features The members of the committee are V 1C Ecker Chair man F Hrigeman A M Klefer John nittmnn Leo Schulten J J Drlscoll F T Hoffner Jr H A Morthorst Valinotte and IJ EylI HIS1IOP MQUATI BETTER Right Rev Bernard J McQuaid Bishop of tho diocese of Rochester BernardsySeminary since last June has so far recovered that he expects soon to return to the episcopal residence on Frank street The Bishop Is able to be about the seminary and hopes are now entertained that he will completely recover COLISEUM The Coliseum Rink continues to prosper under the management of Manager Truehart There Is danc ing as well as skating every night In the week except Sunday when the dancers give way to skaters entirely Good music and tho best floor In the city draws tho crowds each night ALL FOR CHARITY Purses amounting to 55000 were presented to Archbishop Rlordan of San Francisco on the occasion of his silver episcopal Jubilee The greater part of these contributions will found scholarships in St Patricks Sem nary and time remainder will be devoted to other charities FRIENDS BOOST WALSH Daniel Walsh one of the best known IrishAmericans In New Albany Is being urged to make application for the position of State Tax Commissioner The appointment will be made by Governorelect Marshall Mr Walsh Is a lifelong Democrat and would make an efficient officer FITS IX CHIEFS CHAIR Major Burke is acting Chief of Pollee in the absence of Col Jacob Hanger who Is attending meeting of the National Association of Police Chiefs in Richmond Before he returns Col Haager will visit New York MATINEE DANCE The Bright Eyes Club will give a matinee dance At Tfadorffs Hall northeast corner of Eighteenth and Kentucky streets Thanks afternoon The committee in charge invites the general public to attend EUCHRE FOR CHARITY The patrons and friends of SU Anthonys Hospital are arranging a mammoth euchre forthatlInstitution to be held at Phoenix Hill Park naat January IJ STEWART DRY GOODS CO Business Established Sixty Years JfEw YORToRL 4 J I I A Sale of BurfslFine Shoes For Women 350 450 and 5 Stand 350 450 and 5 Stand ard 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your deathor a lump sum in cash for your own use in old age CITIZENS LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY M W BURD MANAGING DIRECTOR CITIZENS LIFE BUILDING Home Phone 1101 Curab Male 1200 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes A new division has been organized ut Superior Wis The seventh division has been or ganized in St Louis county Minne sotaDivision 4 of the Ladles Auxiliary of Buffalo installed officers last MondayMinnesota State officers visited the Belle Plaine division last week and were royally entertained Division 4 of Worcester Mass has organized a juvenile branch with thirtytwo charter members The divisions in St Paul and Min neapolis ore always busy Except in Lent and Advent there is never a week without some sort of an enter tainmentDivision 4 of Lockport N Y insti tuted a series of winter entertainments lost week with a reception to and a lecture from the llev Father John F McGinn the County Chap lain Members of the order in Concord and Nashua N H have signified their intention of uniting with their brethren in Manchester in a recep tion in honor of the Rev Father Creamers silver jubilee The jubiliar lan has been pdstor of St Patricks church for eleven years and is deservedly popular with Hibernians FOUGHT TilE FIRE Flames of unknown origin damaged the home of Nell OLaughlln 2022 IJowaii street to the extent of several hundred dollars early Monday morn lug Mr OLsuighlin attempted to ex tinguish the fire before the fire department arrived but sustained serI- ous burns before the fire fighters reached the scene- MANCIEESTER MARTYRS Monday will be the anniversary of Allen Larkin and OBrien the Man chester Martyrs and the day will be fittingly observed in Chicago Congressman Clark of Indiana will be the principal speaker and a splen did musical programme will be ren dered CLUB OF WORKERS The Second and Third Wards Democratic Club will hold its regular session Monday night at Rollers Hall Shelby and Iloselane streets The adoption of a constitution and bylaws are to be considered and a full representation from the Demo crab of both wards is desired TO CHOOSE OFFICERS The officers of St Josephs Orphan Asylum will be elected on the second Sunday in December v The officers of the various branches will be elected early In the afternoon and at 4 oclock the general officers will be chosen at St Bonifaces Hall Jack son and Green streets FELL FROM OAR Martin Ridge a student at St Xaviers College was seriously In jured in falling from a street car at Underhill anti Broadway on Tuesday At last accounts he was resting as comfortably as could be expected and he hopes to resume his studies inn few days FOR ORPHANS BENEFIT The Young Mens Dramatic Club of Newport Ky will give an enter tainment next Monday and Tuesday evenings for the benefit of St Jo sephs Orphan Asylum On Thursday the entertainment will be repeated at Believue for the same worthy cause FINERTY MEMORIAL MEETING Several thousand Irish men and women of Chicago assembled Thursday night to pay their respects to the memory of the late Col John Fin erty Hon Burke Cockran of New Yorkwas the principal orator of the evening The Irish Choral Society rendered appropriate music NOTED TEACHER DEAD The Very Rev Father Vlger a member of the faculty of St Charles College Elllcott City Md died very willaI take plane today Father Vigertwaa proteMor of Greek and Latin III ia FORII FurnitureOf at the Lowest Prices go to B WMe MAYER 419 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty HOME PUCNK 1077 COL M J WINK HOXOUEI The American Turf Association met in CJicago Thursday anti elected the forms officers Col Matt J Wmn was again honored with elec tion as Prfisident Tlie other officers are Edward Corrigan Vice Presi dent W J OUrlen Treasurer and W J McAllister Secretary KIXXEVS PROMOTION John T Kinney an Retire member- of Macldn Council has been made Vsslstant Superintendent of the local office of the Prudential Insurance Company Mr Kinney Is an Industri our and Indefatigable worker and his friends are pleased with his promo Jon CHAPJhAIX NAMED The llev Father A J Jansen has been appointed Chaplain for the OLeary Home 1616 Barret avenue Up to thp present time one of the priests at St Patricks church has been acting in this capacity FORTY TOURS PRxVYER Forty hours prayer will begin at St Mary Magdalens church at the 10 oclock mass tomorrow An elaborate musical programme will be rendered under the direction of Mrs Fred Hang ANOTHER CHURCH The cornerstone of a new church has been laid out at Melbourne Ky It will be under the patronage of St Philip and the jftev Father Hauster mann will be the pastor The Cov ington diocese is building up steadily HINTS OX STYLE Metal buckles appear on many hats Many of the new skirts are crossed In the front Feather trimming upon hats continues very profuse There are fewer quills on autumn hats than last year Satin bands and buttons are freely used on everyday gowns lack will be much seen both in dress and everyday gowns One of the novelties of the season is cloth for owning wear Many coats will be semifittingand will extend below the hipsI broadIclothYoung girls are wearing sUIts an velvets more freely than ever before Lots of the new hats have the Tam OShantcr crowns generaly with felt brimsFor dinner gowns just now net an l tulle seem a bit more fashionableI than lace Many chic and durable little col mars are fashioned entirely of liberty satin ribbon Light gray combinpd with sliver and steel is once again a fashionable evening shade With the cutting away of coats vests will be much worn to fill in then wide open front- BAKING SWEET POTATOES Save gas and time when baking swept potatoes 1Vplacing a plate of water in the oven and they will bake in half the usual time sad will have much better flavor and the skins will not to ap thick and dry L a BY LOUISVILLE Insuring IRELAND Record of the Most Important ol the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Arthur Fitzgerald died in Cork ns the result of being thrown from a horseA night school has started at Ardee and the attendance of adults Is very gratifying- On the last day of December Arch bishop Torrens of Naas County Klldare will retire The llev Father J McKeonc curate In the parish of Ardee has been transferred to Dundalk OCnJaghanKildreis County Armagh Neil McCormlck was crushed to death beneath a traction engine near Ballymore County Antrim From present prospects the work ers in the Belfast shipyards will be Increased from 9000 to 15000 Michael Waters who was known as the King of Innishmurray Islands is dead at the age of eighty years The old postoffice at Castleblaney has been closed and the mails are be ing handled from a temporary office Miss Julia Belle Cullinane has been elected Relieving Officer for the Tallnghmore district County Gal wayJohn Carmody of County Clare Ian been remanded by the Court at Ennis on the charge of discharging fire arms The llev Father Houlahan 0 1 Prior of St ilalachys convent has been transferred from Drogheda to DunllnlktoIn County Tipperary the Thurlea District Council adopted resolutions bywhich they expect to make 303 miles ol roads Sligo people are very sorry about the death of Timothy ODowd for many years a member of the Sligo County Council Tenants on the Hamill estate Mulatee County Louth have purchased their holdings at what are re garded reasonable prices The church at Naas has been renovated and adorned at an expense of 7500 The money was the gift of the late pastor Father Thomas MorrinThomas Kenelly a teacher in the national schools County Dublin is dead lie was a son of Anthony Kenelly principal of the school ut Moy County Clare The Tier Fathers Skelly and Cos tello young Dominican priests who are beloved in the County Louth have gone to America to do missionary work In California The death of Timothy OLeary County Cork Is generally regretted He was the father of the Hev Fattier M OLeary curate In the parish of Golleen County Cork The Pope has granted an in diligence to all who raise their hats when passing a Catholic church The matter was brought to the Popes attention by an Irish priest Members of the Young Mens So ciety Dungarvan County Waterford have presented an Illuminated ad dress to the Itev Father P J Pow ers Hawera New Zealand who ia visiting his native heath after an absence of twentyfour years MORE ENGLISH CHURCHES When tho cornerstone of the Church of St Aloyslus was laid last Sunday the nucleus for the eighth English speaking parish in Montreal vrns formed Early in the coming year the cornerstone of St Thomas Aquinas another English speaking samedcity PASSIOXISTS IN CHICAGO todestablish n permanent house In Chi cago and to that end have secured a tract of fflt four acres In Illinois adjacent to the Lakeside metropolis The house will have a frontage of 144 feet and a depth of 154 feet CATHOLIC EDUCATORS The next annual meeting Qf the Catholic Educational Association will be held In Boston July C 7 and 8 next It is probable that a high school department will be added to the other departments now well in hand iWDIOT EUCHRE A mammoth euchre was given at Fort Thomas Kylaat night for the 41 FRANK FEHR po BREWING CO 1 S Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY Cumb Phone West 191 SlJrHEWIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINK ofbrau and Piiseiier Beer BREWED JJY SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOUISVILLE ICY ASK FOR PALLS CITY BEER u ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7669 CUMB RHONE WEST 69 JOHN Ill FRANK WALTERS7 Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 m LOUISVILLE K- YJOHNFOERTELCO e INCORPORATED BUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 14 OS Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY Giias fl Rogers BOOK 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 OF JSVEUV DBSCUIiTJOX 434 West Jefferson Street N ot Whitesides Bakery 14TH AND BROADWAY Finest Bakery in the World Because of the great interest in our modern plant we have determined to continue our invitation to the public for one more week Three thousand persons inspected the most Improved bakery In the world Friday night OPEN EVERY DAY Special arrangements are made for the night crowds from 7 to 10 p m as that is the best time to see the plant in full operation FOR GOODNESS SAKE come and see how we make Mothers Bread Have you bad a look at tbe clock OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS STOG 91012 DONT YOU WANT flood Dental Work Done For tbe Least Money Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR H J fjOUCHMAN Dentist OFFICE 542 FIFTH STREET benefit of the convent of the Good Shepherd More than 200 handsome prljwB were distributed 1 i CHOICES Cut Blooms Plants and Designs at RIGHT PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 644 FOURTH AVENUE Both Phones 223 PRIVATE HOSPITALF- OR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of JeffersonvillefInd own and manage a private lnospltal for the care and treatment of Insane and epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA nERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jelfersonvllle lad h CBTHOMPSON LOi1 TRosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 032 FOURTH AVENUE Doth Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed HI N R Y A APJ J I P PULSIFU L S I DYER AND CLEANERI I ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED a Phone 6J5 528 Fifth Street WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL AEATEIr PROP = Hot Lunch every morning front 9M to 1230 oclock 44gWGRBBKror 4 r i la I Y KENTUOKY RISii MI r- I R cANu t THE BIG STORE Thanksgiving Suit and Overcoat Sale Finest Custom Quality Suits and Overcoats At a Great Saving to You I a 15 THE BIG STORE 424 WBetweeest n ctSt j Fourth cad Fifth MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO MUSIC IN THE HOME Is at all times essential and there is no time when it is ap preciated more than in the summer A FFARRAlSTDOEOrLIAlSr PIANO Will supply this music if there Is no one in the family that can play All one has to do to enjoy their favorite selection is 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 to show you more about the farrandCecllian 14sIncorporated 61018630 FOURTH AVENUE J GOOD TI1Y1ES Good cheer and good health are In store for everybody that drinks Mulloys Teas and Coffees Their never varying quality and freshness Is the cause of their popularity SPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR 50C Green Black or Mixed Teas an excellent grade 1 pound for MUJLLOY 45c COFFEE g ROISTER 314 XV IVXARICET STRSECT Kl yvo i II I REMINGTONSHOLES TYPEWRITER i i All makes REBUILT 4 andsecond hand from 15 to 75 s A exsPArtiotnlnrts Home Phone 367 s Curab Main 363a i- NIIfflaoDFos1Co1 j r 114 Fourth Ave r ts j VISIBLE WRITINGLOUISVILLE KENTUCKY i 1 oo K K KX X X M X H H t fi WHERE ARE YOU GOING TO BUILDIII ff A nice home In a cheap neighborhood Is a White Elephant for Xthe owner and a drug on the realty market for your agent JJ eiForevery dollar saved on the purchase of a cheap lot ten dollars = sacrificed on the value of your home js s build a nice home costing 2000 or upward get in theCHOICEST t LOCALITY you can find it will pay to sell cheap or give away a lot purchased carelessly in t a poor locality You will more than make up such losses by baytr ing a lot In GRAINGER COURT located at Thirtysixth and XJ iBroadway at 1650 and 1750 per foot with all Improvements + t street sidewalks sewer water and electric lights xi ii Every Lot Is a Cholto Lot and the Location is Par Excellence +1 i i BROADWAY REALTY COCr Ili White house tManagerj 1 so 86 KENYON BUILDINGr1 SALESMEN ON THE GROUND AFTER 2 P M TOMORROW + iIHKK xKxNXKX XKNNNN NNNNON N1N NNI t4+ + ++ iilHEN DISSATISFIED WITH OTHERS TRYii t PEERLESS LAUNDRY INCORPORATED Family Washing 5C Per Pound j Newest and Most Modern Plant in the City t HOME PHONE 1641 CUMB Main 16a i 32931 Third Sta aLouisville Ky + ++++ ++ i+ + + + + 44 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 easily cleaned 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 pric- esGEHER be SON 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND inU u t n t U Ht H HliJ Hr f I UI WIX 0iY YPltiliHl ALKOLBgwtHIfiii sir tJ r MiVtlltw frr v t SPECIAL FEATURES Have Been Arranged to Make St Patricks Ba zar a Success The big bazar for the benefit of St latrlcka church will be held Ycdnes lny Thursday and Friday of the com Ingweek und supper will be served each evening from G oclock until 7 Tickets are only ten cents and the price of supper will be fifteen cents Holders of tickets will be entitled to bushclsioffancy rug Morris chair heating stove gold chain rosary and 45 in gold The bnznr will be held in St 1atrlcks school hall Thirteenth street oetween Main and Market Two special features have been nnr nm need a turkey winner on Thanksgiving day from 11 until 2 oclock and an oyster supper on Friday from G until 7 oclock The following committees wilt bo in charge of the vari ous departments Dining room Mrs Patrick T Sullivan In charge Mrs George Wclcher reasurer Mrs Maggie Foley in charge of waiters Main booth Miss Mollle Curran and Miss Lizzie Smith Novelty booth Mrs Dora IMcGinty and Miss Hose Kavanaugh Refreshment stand Mrs Tames G Williams nnd Mrs Thomas Keenan Children will be welcome each after noon From the number of tickets sold in advance the bazar promises to be a grand success MIRTH AND MUSIC Was Order of the Evening at Open Session of Auxiliary The open meeting of the Ladles Auxiliary A 0 11 on Wednesday night was an unqualified success numerically and socially The Presi dent Miss Rose Sweeney expressed her delight with the large attendance and her pleasure at being the presid ing officer of such a splendid organi zation She bade all the visitors a hearty welcome and then introduced Miss Fanny Kennedy the new County President Miss Kennedy In a happy manner introduced the llev Father Christmas O P Chaplain of Division 4 Father Christmas expressed his pleasure at being asked to address such a representative gathering of Irish men and women and said he hoped the membership of the Ladles Auxiliary would soon be doubled He complimented the members of the order on their loyalty to the church their purity and modesty Miss Mary Corcoran and Miss Mary Hourlgan sang several Irish ballads and State President George J Butler made an address expressing his pleasure at the attendance which ho said indicatd an awakening of thusiasm lie pledged the hearty enI port of Kentucky Hibernian to all the undertakings of the auxiliary Miss McDermott the State Secretary made a brief address and said this nature of the gathering gave her fresh Inspiration Charles Fisher rendered a vocal solo that provoked much mirth and Attpjrney Thomas usunlllafPYaddressls vocal solo in excellent manner and Judge Patrick T Sullivan delivered a few remarks President John II Hennessy of Division 41 invited th ladies to attend the euchre and dance on Thanksgiving eve Others who made addresses that contributed to the pleasure of the evening were Miss lIIgglnlhomnsDan Dougherty and John Hcsslon ELABORATE SERVICES AnniversaryChurch St Columbas church Thirtysec ond and Market streets celebrated its second birthday last Sunday and the neat little edifice was crowded with devout worshipers both morning and evening At 10 oclock solemn high mass was celebrated by the Rev Father John Kalaher pastor of St Columbas with the Roy Father Minch as deacon and Father Schmidt as subdeacon The sermon Was preached by Father Minch and was an eloquent discourse on the gospel of the day Solemn vespers were sung at 730 oclock In the evening with Father Denis Murphy officiating assisted by Fathers Hill and Ruetf Father Kalaher was master of ceremonies The Rev Father Padgett of Indianapolis delivered a very Instructive lecture Fathers Tobin Murray and Mlnch occupied chairs in the sanc tuary The services concluded with benediction of the most Blessed Sac rament WORTHY CAUSE Somo of the best amateur dram atic talent in the city will take part in the entertainment for the benefit of St Leos church next Tuesday evening From the number of tick eta sold In advance there Is every Indication that the St Leo school house In Highland Park will be crowded Tho St Leo Dramatic Club will present the drama A Noble Outcast Between the acts Miss Carmel Mahoney will render selections on the violin and Sidney Coy will be seen In several new and original vaudeville stunts The tlck etc are only twentyfive cents with ten cents extra for reserved seats VICTIM OF PARALYSIS Jonathan Nicholson a veteran of the civil war died at his home 628 East Eighth street New Albany last Friday as the result of paralysis The deceased was eightyone years old and Is iurvved by his wife and four children The children are Mrs Ed ward J Hackett George Richard and John Nicholson all of New Albany The funeral lokplaco from Holy Trinity church on Sunday morn- Ing M01iONlIdrUl KS e Women and children eoatinu to crowd the Casino Prince and Bijou ThttMrs every afternoon Q and even w SOCIETY DIRECTORY Ao IEI- DIVISION L Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President John M Mulloy Vice President Thomas Lawler Recording Sec Thos Keenan Jr Financial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Charles J Finnegan DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday ot Each Month 1Evenings J Ford Dan Kelran McKenna Recording SecretaryJoseph T lynch Financial SecretaryJ T Keaney SergeantatArmsJames Bayers Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeenth and Main Streets President =Patrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording1 Secretary L J Mackey Financial SecretaryJ Q Ilession Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noo- nSergeantatArmsPatrick Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John IL Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial Secretary Win P Me iDonogh 1212 Sixth street Recording Secretary Frank P BurkeTrOO3urerIInrry Brady SentinelMichael McDermo- ttSergeantatArmsJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JBFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days Each Month at Pfaus Hall UenneyVice Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Recording Secretary T OHern Financial Secretary Chas Robards Sentinel Timothy D Kenney Marshal William Dorsey Jr- SergeantatArrasBernard Coyle Y JJ X MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesdnl Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Robert T Burke First Vice PresIdentFrank Lana ban Second Vice President Samuel Robertson Recording Secretary Austin E Walsh Corresponding SecretaryThomae- Bachman Financial Secretary Frank 0 AdamsTreasurerDan Weber MarshalA Andriott Inside SentinelPatrick Duddy Ing The reason is plain The thea ters are all under the management of the Princess Amusement Company are cleanly well kept and the best order is preserved More than that there Is a change of programme sev eral times a week aiid all are amused and instructed motion plcures offered bithc GALA NIGHT OenI the Night Before- Thanksgiving The younger members of the A 0 IL their sisters wives and sweet neartsare expecting a great time next Wednesday when Division 4 will1 give Its erchre and dance at the Uni versity School the old Athletic Club building Fifth and Zane streets The euchre will begin promptly at8oclock and will bo brought to a close In plenty of time to let all who wish trip the light fantastic A numbe- of handsome prizes have been se cured for the euchre The band under the direction of Dennis Collins will furnish the music and as it will be on the eve of Thanksgiving day a large crowd is assured Those in charge are William P McDonogh Lawrence Meaney Maurice Fitzgibbons and Dr T L KearnsPresident John 11 Hennessy does not want the younger members to monopolize the evening and has ar ranged a programme that will give the elder people a chance to dance Irish reels and hornpipes YOUNG MATRONS DEATH Mrs Gertrude Newman an es timable young matron died at her home 169 Coral avenue early Tues day morning The deceased was a native of New Albany and was the daughter of Charles F Lang of that city Death resulted from acute In digestion On Sunday she was at her fathers home to assist In celebrating his sixtyeighth birthday and was taken HI soon after returning home She was the wife qf Thomas B New man and for several years resided in Frankfort The remains were taken to that city for burial and the requiem services were held in the Churchof the Good Shepherd The bereaved family have the sympathy of their many friends COMING EVENTS November 23 Uniform RunIc CK of A military euchre and lotto Trinity Council hall November 23 Macklns Social Club dance Mackin club house November 24St Leos Dramatic Club InteA Noble Oulfcast November 25 Division 4 A 0 H euchre and dance at University School hall- November 2GSt Pauls congregations Thanksgiving festival at school hall Jackson street near St Catherine November 25 201 and 27t Pat ricks bazar St Patricks school hall- MAOAULEYs THEATER Eleanor Robson will ocetitheb- oards at iMacauleyfs Theater during the first half of next Aveek Vera the Medium will be the vehicle through which 3tUi Rol eon will ex pJoltherta14itit Qacr Stratw celebrated Waltz Dream wilt be the attraction for the last half of the week with thJ usual matin on Saturday GENEROUS GIFT Wealthy Kentuckian Gives Land to Sisters of Di I vine Providence I Peter OShaughnessy a wealthy resident of Newport Ky has sented a tract of seventy acres topreII Sisters of Divine Providence land is In the vicinity of Melbourne not for from Newport and upon It the Sisters will build a mother house The Sisters of Divine Providence were brought to the Covington dio cese nineteen years ago by the Right Rev Bishop C R Macs At that time three Sisters came to Kentucky from Belgium and they established a convent In Newport It was under the patronage of St Martin Since then the order has branched out and there are now twenty convents with more than 200 members In the United States Although their work Is largely educational they are also in charge of the domestic affairs of the Catholic University Washington D C and of the household of Cardinal Gibbons and Bishop Macs Mr OShaughnessys gift was an appropriate and a welcome one and the Sisters will now be able to erect a commodious house for the instruc tion of their novices Miss Celeste OShaughnessy a daughter of the donor entered the sisterhood two years ago The new building will cost approximately 150000 WEDDING BELLS The ReederFrey Wedding Was Swell Function at St Patricks Miss Anna Ueeder and Oscar II Frey were united in marriage at St Patricks church at 9 oclock Tuesday morning The llev Father John Kalaher performed the ceremony and then celebrated the nuptial mass with the llev Father Ford as deacon Father Connor as subdencon and Father Tames P Cronin as master of ceremoniesThe was attired In an im ported white lace gown over satin and carried a handsome bouquet of roses Miss Mary Keiffor the maid of honor wore a white gown with picture lint and yellow chrysanthemums The bridesmaids were Misses Moyna Hurst and Amelia McBride and the ushers were O E Woodruff Ernest VIel Percy Frey and Will CnmberonAfter the ceremony the bridal party was tendered a reception at the I home of the brides parents and then left for an extended tour South They expect to Decemberi keeping in Louisville about 10 The bride is a daughter of Frank need cr President of the Nations Foundry and Machine Company and the fortunate groom is holding a re sponsible position with the Peaslee Oaulbert Company MACKIN COUNCIL d Has Many Projects to Keep Its Members Very Busy The attendance at Mrickin Council Tuesday night was exceptionally good and in the absence pf President Robert T Burke the meeting was presided over by Frank L Lenahau who dispatched business ns if he had been holding down the jub for years Seven members of the council were reported ill but only one E J Hum mel is in a serious condition On Sunday November 29 the degree team will go to Owensboro to initiate a class for Sarto Council Among the number will be President Burke Thomas D Clines Louis Sullir van Walter Adams and their staff Mackin Council will hold an Initiation December 10 and next Monday night will nominate candidates for time various offices for the ensuing year One new application was received The Mackin Social Club reported that it expected a record breaking crowd on Thanksgiving eve when the last dance before Advent will be given Mnckin accepted the Invitation of the two companies of the Catholii Knights and will be their guests Monday night at Trinity Councils new hall WANTS GOOD PLACE Dr J A Averdlck of CovIngton has announced his candidacy for membership on the State Prison Commission Ell H Brown and Harvey McCutcheon desire to remain on the board but Dr Averdlck has a strong following In the State He represented CovIngton in the Ken tucky House of Representatives sev oral years ago and was highly re garded by Republicans as well as Democrats For years he has been active In the ranks of the Catholic I Knights of America and for several terms served as their Supreme Medical Examiner MARBLE SCHOOL BUILDING The parish of St Cecilia Brooklyn is believed to have the finest parochial school in the world and its erection Js duo to the energetic work of the pastor Rev Father McGol rick It cost 4230000 and is the only marble school building in that magnificent city of churches The school will accommodate 3000 children and bespeaks the love for Catholic education that animates the great heart of the revered pastor of this once forlorn part of Long Island The school is conducted by thb Christian BrothersNEEDS MORE FUNDS A cablegram from Rome says that the Right Rev Francis A Gasquet Abbot President of the English Bone- diettilcawho la engaged In the cobs sal work of revising the Vulgate or St Jeromes Latin version of the Bible is hampered by Jack of funds and he has obtained front the Pope permission to accept a donation to complete the work ThedonorwlIl be rewarded by the placing of his name da the frontiapleoe of there I Tim KM 0 riERriFOR Furniture Carpets v and Stoves More for your money and better terms Special Prices on Dining Room Furniture for This Month 1 JAMES GREENE 4252729 East Market St I BEST TERMS LOWEST PRICES NNN + NNN + NNN N N10 s LOUISVILLE IS BECOMING FAMOUS BY THE SPLENDID DISHES THAT ARE SERVED AT THE j KENTUCKY DAIRY LUNCH 350 WEST JEFFERSON ST THE BEST PEOPLE eat there by the hundredswhy not you see the sign JAMES B OAMIP Owiaor N+ NNN NN NN+ NNNN 1NN+ NNNN 415 Per Ton of 2000 Pounds EXPERT ADVICE regarding coal furnished free We will be to answer any question regarding your coal requirements and IadIIsave you money i Scanlon Coal Co 1TELEPHONEI UNION ICE CREAM CO DiursuYaottxrerr 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 Home Phone 2144 Cumb Main 1429y A v 1 1BEI SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWllISKYI1 IIT IS ALWAYS PUREIIIIII H Mc enasfDistillerl FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager tr t HBADQUARTI RS 11OR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season You can always find the best the market affords in Choice Cuts 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 LOUISVILLE PACHING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY 1 F =M J BANNON PII Prit Mgr tth f 1 P BANNON IL Vies Prts Tr as L I ISoeritary Kentucky irifiei Brick SecriteryCo INCORPORATED MaaufEtoturorw oP VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS Office 508512 W Jefferson St Works Magnolia Are Bet 9th anil IDtti TELEPHONE 073 TELEPHONE 1282 M vie ryr TWJ j y X x y v y HMSM UN DRJ T CHAWKiVeterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SnotiCa IfcMW Caiot Md D Kv ri AN PONOal tlUII 1M r