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YFr t K KENTUCKY IRISH AERICAN I v VOLUME XVNO 17 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 2 1910 PRICE FIVE CENTS HIGH HONOR i I Bclnount Abbey pursed by Pope to Rank ol Cathedral Abbey Famous Institution Conducted by Benedictines In North Carolina Ceremonies Surpass Any That Have Taken Place in the South FIRST IN WESTERN HEMISPHERE With ceremonies surpassing in magnificence and impressiveness any ecclesiastical event that has ever taken place in the South tho Cath olic Abbey in the little town of Belmont extraordinary privileges and raised to the dignity of a Cathedral Abbey It is the first Abbatia Nulllus In the Western hemisphere At the head of the large number of prominent Catholic clergy who took part In the solemn ceremonies wore the Most Rev Monsignor Dlo mede Falconlo the Apostolic Dele gate the official representative of Pope Plus X and who promulgated the mandate of the Pope conferring this highest honor on Belmont Abbey Bishop Leo Hald Vicar Apostolic of North Carolina and Abbot of Belmont Abbey was also a mOt Important figure second only to Apostolic Delegate By erecting Belmont Abbey Into a Cathedral Abbey technically known In the church as an Abbatla Nulllus Pope Plus X has conferred the highest honor or dignity possi ble Tho Abbey has complete and Independent Jurisdiction in all eccle siastical matters in the eight adjacent counties whllo retaining the administration of the entire State of North Carolina until in tho course of affairs dioceses shall be established This may not come in this generationThe bull dated June 13 1910 confers upon the Abbot ot BelmriL oxtraordlnacy privileges and makesVjtfieJj Abbey church equal in right andfpo3ver to any Cathedral In the landrej Tl erelsno Cathedral Aibe inithei United States or in NojjlK yAinerlca outside of Belmont an obablythera wiUFbc noneaas- all oU1 Din di tlnbAbibd YI1m canonical organized dioceses Snick i could not be dlsmomberedIBelmont Abbey tiaras founded IIIII 1876 under far from encouraging conditions The South had not recovered I from the ravages of the civilI war and the Catholic church had few friends In that section and especially In North Carolina Two propositions were placed before the Chapter of St Vincents the BeneI dictine Archabbey of Beatty Pa In 1876 One was a Western university very promising with a liberal guar antee and the other a plantation orIwilderness In the woods of North Carolina The plantation was a gift to Vicar Apostolic Gibbons now Cardinal and Archbishop of Balti more from tho Rev Jeremiah OConnell To the great amazement j of all the South the proposition was I accepted and a band ot Benedictines J was sent immediately to found a j monastery on the site known ns J Caldwqlls Place In Gaston county The monks dwelt In a log cabin I built a frame chapol erected a small brick college and began at once the task of Instructing tho Catholic boys of the South The attendance at first was small and the work of sustaining the college was most diffi cult but by work and prayer the Benedictine motto they succeeded In timeThe Southern Benedictine missions of Richmond and Savannah were made Independent In 1884 and Bel mont Abbey was made their mother house Pope Leo XIII giving the monastery its official title This was a great honor to so hopeless and indigent an abbey which could not nt that time claim a single priest ns its own and could show only bare possibilities ot over sending forth home instructed priests- In the history of Belmont Abbey Important events followed dn rapid succession Tho college was en larged In 1889 the forest gave place to fertile plantations under the dil igent laboring hands of the lay brother stables barns and other outbuildings were erected modern Improvements installed in both college and monastery and everything showed progress In August 1890 Bishop Hald was elected President by the annual chapter of the Casinese Congregation He hold the office for two terms but owing to the many 1 important duties laid upon the BishopAbbot ho was forced to de rUne a third nomination The next Important happenings In the abbeys Jitwore Ulec laying of the corner stone of itho new Abbey church on St Patricks day 1892 and then the dedication on St Leos day 1894 by Catlinal Gibbons Many Bishops Abbots and priests from every part of the country were present to wit ness tho dedication ceremonies The Abbey church is a beautiful spec piea of Gothic architecture built of brick and granite trimming The cost of erecting the edifice aside from tho labor of the monks thorn solves approaches closely upon 540000 In the following year the monastery was again enlarged and place made for ithe accommodation ot more students in the college These and many minor Improve meats placed Belmoat Abbey among the ifiret of monastic towtttttttoM In the South A beauttful reprobation A i of thb Grotto of Lourdes was built In 1890 and with all the pomp and ceremony of the Catholic ohurch dedicated the following year Fire destroyed twothirds of the college In 1900 but tho monastery was saved Through generous aid received from all parts of the coun try including liberal contributions from Protestants a new and more beautiful college quickly sprang up from the ashes of the old It is indeed a wonderful trans formation that twentyfive years have made from a log cabin In the wilderness ito the handsome build- Ings which now gra e the site of Del mont Abbey How eloquently this speaks of the wonderful progress made by the promoter of Catholic Instruotlon in the Land of the 3ky YANKEE Story Heard by Dan Scan Ion While Touring Abroad Dan Scanlon the genial head ot the Scanlon Coal Company who has made many trips across the ooean relates the following story which he overheard last year when he was one of the thousands of homegoers to Ireland An Englishman was bragging of the speed of English railways to a Yankee traveler seated at his side In one of the carriages of a fast train In England The engine bell nstheI otIcently Inquired the Yankee We are approaching a town said the Englishman They have to commence ringing about ten miles before they get to a station or else the train would run by it before the bell could bo heard Wonderful Isnt it I suppose they havent invented bells in America yet Why yes replied the Yankee wove got bells but cant use them on our railroads We run so tarnal fast that the train always keeps ahead of the sound No pse whatever the sound never reaches the village till the train gets by Indeed exclaimed the English manFact said the Yankee had to give up bells Then we tried steam whistles but they wouldnt answer either I was 1a locomotive when the whistle was tried We were going at a tremendous rate hurri canes wore nowhere an I had to hold my hair on We saw a two horse wagon crossing the track about five miles ahead and the en glnce let 1110 whj tlciOl1Ucreechtng like a trooper It screamed awfully but it wasnt no use The next thing I knew I was picking myself out of a pond by the roadside amid the fragments of the locomotive dead horses broken wagon and dead engineer lying beside me Just then the whistle came along mixed up with some frightful oaths that I had heard the engineer use when ho first saw the horses Poor fellow he was dead before his voice got to him After that we tried lights supposing these would travel faster than sound We got some so powerful that the chickens woke up all along the road when we came by supposing it to be morning But the locomotive kept ahead of It still and was In the darkness with tho lights close on behind it The Inhabitants Were against It they couldnt sleep with so much light in the night time Finally we had to station electric telegraphs along the road with signalmen to telegraph when the tram was in sight and I have heard that some of the fast trains beat the lightning fifteen minutes every forty miles But I dont say as that Is true the rest I kno- wLIBRARY OPENING Knights of Columbus Will Celebrate Friday Night On next Friday evening the Knights of Columbus will celebrate the formal opening ot their library A choice literary programme has been arranged for tho occasion A book shower will bo one of the features of itho evening and every member is requested to bring a book to add to the splendid collec tion now on hand Right Rev Bishop ODonaghuo ivlll be present and make remarks appropriate to the occasion After the regular pro gramme is finished refreshments will be served and a dance will bo given for the benefit of the ladles and younger element of tho council One ot the largest crowds in tho history of the organization is expected to be present VKDDIXO ANNIVERSARY Mr and Mrs W J Burke of Jeffersonvllle entertained last Thursday In honor of their first wed ding anniversary Those present were Messrs and Mesdames Harry Kerr P J Burke John Grocley Charles Miller Charles McCarthy P J Ross M J OLoughltn MrsI Mary Kelly Mrs Annie Ross Misses Annie Kelly Mao and Rose Kerr Ethel Grecley Catherine McCarthy Irene Ross Madeline OLoughlln Mary Margaret and Mary E Ross Messrs Joseph John and tat Burke George Blanford William Kerr Charles Doyle H OConnell James Bertrand and J P Ross William and Joseph Kelly J R and W J Burke and W B Sillier Vocal and instrumental solos word rendered by Mrs W J Burke MIss Mary lose andMargaretWB served and inaay happy returns wishedI for the young couple n GIVE UPR- cpublicanssVillingto Sacrifice Wheeler McGee to Save Rob BliiKham Shcrleyand Judge Miller Will Win by Old Time Majority Blnglinm and Ills Past Kilorts to Betray theDemocratic Party NEVER LOST THE MAIN CHAM With the balloting about two weeks off the objection of Swagar Sherley to Congress and Judge Miller to the Court of Appeals is as sured by an oldline Democratic majority The Republicans seeing the hopelessness of electing Judge McGee to Congress have thrown him overboard and are making a desper ate effort to elect BIngham as Appellate Judge The greatest blow to BInghams hopes has been the publishing of his political record since his advent into Louisville showing that ho had hardly gotten oft the train and checked his baggage before he was looking around for some political berth on any old ticket It Is rumored right now that seeing no chance to ifool the people and defeat Judge Miller BIng- ham has the promise of Republican leaders to be appointed as Judge Millers successor or either receive the Republican nomination In 1911 when the vacancy will be tilled by election which will be held for Aldermen Councilmen and a few other offices But it looks to thb wise that his friends should tip him off that if the people rebuke him in 1910 they would hardly want him In 1911 and that the beat he can pos sibly hope for will bo the appoint ment by the Governor to serve until the regular election When BIngham was appointed Mayor by Gov Beckham and the Blngham Davies law firm took possession of the city government his first move was ito replace Demo cratic police and firemen with Mug wumps and Republicans and in fact hjo did everything in his power to cripple the Democratic party In Louisville cud the Democrats lead towIi1h ltstvtiiu l lrl m nation One of his first moves was to dismiss Major Pat Ridge whose straight Democracy was well known and who as a police official out classes any of BInghams socalled good government officials There firstdayMayor his every move and purpose was to betray and wreck the Democratic party in which he was ably aided by his partner Davies as Chairman of the Board of Public stumpforwas quite a successful time for the enterprising firm of Bingham Davies drawing fees to defend the Democrats In tho election contests and a Joint salary of 5000 as Mayor and 2500 as member of the Board of Public Safety worrytbpoliceman will handle desperate nfcgroos too roughly and therefore encourages the blacks to fight by stating that the police are guilty of persecution This is the same hypocritical sheet that defended the ex convict and protege of the Grin stead administration Lieut Robert J Foster when he clubbed and as saulted Inoffensive white citizens of JosephGreenwellOroceryCompanyyoung man of good character The only harm that the Posts hypocriti onJudgohis term thus far having been a dis appointment his friends and sup porters of the Democratic adminis tration The testimony of negroes reliable vettyflnelthePollceJudgeBoldrlcks i SIIELBYVILG Not for years has there keen such religious Interest at Sholbyyllle as FortylIours ofthei pastor the Rev John H RileY The services were well attended through out and onSundoyiloheartheStLouisOeorgeSchuhmann thelrJlearersnonCatholicsProf clTassmusic servicesgreatworkgarded by all classes In tho country GOLDEN WEDDING retired privliege jubilee of their marriage at their JusttUtyworthycouplechurch by the Rev Father Leandor and tdmorrow morning they will go ajubilee u G 0- e r Lc ceremony will be performed by the Rev Father Louis Ohle Following the church ceremony Mr and Mrs Mayer will ho the hosts to friends at a wedding breakfast to be given At their home From 4 oclock dn the afternoon until 10 at night a recep tion will be held at the Catholic Womans Club for which 100 invita tions have been issued Mr and Mrs Mayer Ihave seven children liv ing They are William C Mayer Mrs Carrie Dread Mrs Anna Held linger Mrs Mary McGarron Mrs Clara Valla Joseph B Mayer of Los Angeles Cal and Miss Ella Mayer They also have eighteen grandchildren ILLUMINATION At New Haven In Honor of Bishops First Visit The Catholics of New Haven and their friends made an effort to honor the Right Rev Denis ODonaghue Bishop of Louisville upon this ar rival there last week upon his first visit to Father Hogarty and St Catherines congregation Main street from the railroad was il luminated on either side of the street being stretched rows of Jap anese lanterns Many houses along the way were Illuminated and the windows decorated and a large putInmet at the depot where he was greeted by a great throng which formed In procession and lescorted him to the church rectory On Sun day morning the Bishop adminis tered the sacrament of confirmation to a large class and preached an elo quent and forceful sermon at the byRevnumber of visiting priest- sSUCCESS Early Assured For Recep tion of Hon Joseph Devilii When the Kentucky Irish Ameri can went to press Thursday night success was assured for the receptotn of Hon Josepli Devlin who is in this country Jq the Interest of the Irish cause Phenomenal work was done durnlg the ffrst part of the week by P H Callahan and his assistants who loft nothing undone that would arousii Interest in the recopton Last Sunday night a largo and enthusiastic meeting was held attho KnlghtsiQt Columbus hall onFourthr avena effa ttend dbythe cItYJudgebySecretaryJames P Cronin Rev Daniel OSullivan Rev Patrick Walsh Ed ward J McDermott Merrit ONeal Clem Huggins Rev Martin OCon nor Rev J J Fitzgerald Robert J Hagan Rev J A OGrady Rov Thomas White Thomas Walsh Thomas B Leahy James Greene Martin Cuslck Dr W B Doherty and others BishopODonaghue Ita was received with applause and Mr McDermott announced that later the Invitations would be issued and the ViI Prtesldents selected Each day the different committees met and the reports from all were most satisfactory RECENT DEATHS Monday morning the funeral ot Mary Oden the fifteenyearold laughter of John and Joseph Oden 924 Samuels street took place from St Vincent do Pauls church ana the large attendance evidenced the Widespread sympathy felt for the bereaved parents The funeral of Lawrence 11 Venn the little son of Matthew and Eliza beth Wrenn 1128 Oldham street took place Thursday afternoon with interment in St Louis cemetery Though only an Infant his death is a sad blow to the bereaved parents who have the sympathy of many friends and neighbors St Johns parish mourns the death of two exemplary and devout mem bers Mrs dusana Crull wife of James P Crull and Mrs Elizabeth Reinhart wife of John Reinhart both of whom were called Into eter nity Saturday morning Their funerals took place Monday morning each being attended by large num bars of sorrowing relatives and friends The funeral of Prof Daniel F rnfngfromhe had for many years been a member His death was due to heart longbeenborn in Ireland In I860 but came to this country with his parents at the age of fifteen About seventeen years ago ho came to this city and until becoming 111 conducted a suc cessful dancing academy His wife who was Miss Mary Mongan sur vives him FORTY HOURS IRAVKJt The beautiful and Impressive de votions known as Forty Hours prayer wilt bo hold next In this city at fit Philip Neris church Floyd and Woodbine beginning at the high mass tomorrow morning and con OscarAckermannthe services and will have the as sistance of a number of the local thiswfliethelastweekin expectedthetfce Miri M geraeas will be preaeked each gvenin67 U J tt 1- n C U u SOCIAL STUDY Advocated by the Rev Clmrlcs D Pinter S TotEngland Widely Known Author ol Catholic Social Work InJ Germany Wlint Is AVantied ol Catholic Clergy Workmen and Women TO BE A CATHOLIC IS GREAT I The Rev Charles D Plater S J of St Beunos England has writ ten a timely article on Social Study which is worth careful read Ing Father Plater Is widely and favorably known and his writings have been commended In part Father Plater says The word study may possibly alarm my readers and their alarm may be Increased when the word social is prefixed to it They will picture a formidable array of Blue- Books or a row of the stodgy volumes on sociology which pour al most daily from the press Wo have no time and no inclination for social study they will protest We have our work to do all day and our few spare hours are needed tor vest and relaxation Lot the experts find out the social problem amongst them selves and leave us in peace As to the Popes view of the nat ter there can bo no doubt The social question says the present Pontiff deserves to have all th 5 Catholic forces applied to it with the greatest energy and constancy This involves study and study not only by the experts and leaders but by the rank and file Catholics in all the various conditions of life must learn to take an intelligent interest in tho social question Otherwise their energy and constancy will be aimless and oven harmful All can and ought to contribute to what I may call the corporate Catholic so olal experience The priest and the layman tho worker and the student rich and Moor all can help to throw light on this most difficult of problems It Is for Catholics to take the initiative in all true social progression show themselveo the steadfast defenders and enlightened counselors of the weak and defenseless ito be the champions of the eternal principles ot Justice and Christian civilization So wrote Leo XIII To the same conclusion we are driven by the principles of our religion To be a Catholic is something very great and splendid and responsible It Is not a mere name to be worn lightly It involves a new way of life We can not take our standard from the people about us for wo have divine standards ot our own And we are standard bearers In every sense of the term urgetuusthe divine law but to impress itupon all about us Society Is badly out of Joint and we must take the Initiative in the task of resetting It studyCatholicasunder from mere philanthropy Its lit up by a motive which raises it to supernatural dignity We must not keep our Catholicity and our social action In watertight compart ments The former must express It self through the latter The two must be Intimately blended Our religion should urgo us to strenuous and enlightened efforts on behalf of tho poor and suffering It should lead us to avail ourselves of the very best and most effective meth ods and It should prevent our being content with that slipshop and in discriminate charity which in these days may do more harm than good ft we really love the poor for Christs sake we shall take pains to relieve them effectively and to relieve them effectively involves careful study It Is easy to toss half crowns to the poor supposing we easybutno other form several very terrible things will lhappeh In the first place wo shall find that our poor are being drawn away from us and lost to tho faith For we with our halfcrowns can not compote against the growing organizations which are problemtWider lines This movement is in evitable and instead of opposing it we should take our part in It and lvo It a Catholic color In the philanthropy palling numbor of our own destitute Anyone who knows the legions of submerged Catholics must feel that the problem can not be solved by Indiscriminate almsgiving We have got to build these people up and to do so we must begin by a Concerted study of their conditions At present we ore halfstrangled by the dead weight of our disorganized thelrmlsoryshouldbased on careful study That may do something to stop the leakage which Is dug largely to economic pressure Our charity will be none the less meritorious ifor being enlightened Our faith provides us with sound principles of social reform It pro vides Us with the highest of motives and with supernatural helps of which other social reformers feel the lack But it does not provide Uti with readymade methods of giving effected our charity This demands shady We should take pains tal L 0- n a equip ourselves with the very best scientific knowledge and to attack the problem at Its very root Let it again be repeated that this is a matter for us all to take to heart Both in social study and in social action we have each of us our work to do CRUSHED Sectarian Hatred Receives- a Hard Blow In London When the successor of Sir John Knlll the Catholic Mayor of London was elected the heckler started a new subject for when Sir Vesey Strong stepped forward Sir Robert Rogers one of the liverymen In stantly demanded to know whether he would attend St Paul Cathedral on all great occasions and public functions this of course being a reference to Sir John Knllls custom as a good Catholic of sending a dep VeseybeingrepliedInnot enough for the bigot who en deavored to cast a cloud over the Mayorbyhad given grave offense to the citizens of London which is cer tainly an untruth He then went on to ask If the new Lord Mayor In- case he was elected would agree to worshipthannot came the firm and decided answer which was received with loud applause Sir Vesey added that thedeathwhen it would be his duty and his desire to attend other services than a church of England one and added that the Lord Mayor should be the servant of all and exclude none I will attend any service he con CathollcCathedralracks Tho same question was put by the same Interlocutor to the alternative candidate Sir Thomas Corsby who also declined to give any pledge not to attend other places of worship adding There Is no bigotry with me Eventually Sir Thomas Vesey Strong was declared Lord Mayor elect It will be a source of gratification to many to see the first attempt to revive old disabilities and sectarian hatred crushed by two broadminded members of the cor poration of London ORDAINED For the Louisville Diocese tts 1 y Ireland The following which will be of Interest to Louisville Catholics is taken from one of our last weeks Irish exchanges morninglastMost Row Dr Finegan Lord Bishop priesthood jamesduttA E Brady of Louisville Ky and- Re John Kelly son of Mr F Kelly Maryborough Queens county Rio Lordship was assisted by Very Rev J Judge and Rev P Rudden of St Patricks College and Rev J J Smith of Cavan master of ceremonies Rev Father Gorry otithe Carlow Cathedral and Rev T Donohoo were also present The Venl Creator and music Incidental to tho ceremonies was rendered by the Sisters of Poor Clare who subsequently entertained the clergymen and theIr friends Both young clergymen were students In Carlow ColleKe and class fellows of Row J J Smith and Rev T Donohoe Father Brady will leave In alfYW days for the diocese of Louisville Ky where his uncle Rev A J Brady has been for the past thrty wl11minlster Lolghltn The young priests cele brated their first mas In the Convent chapel on Monday DEATH WAS SUDDEN Henry D Wulf seventy years of age a veteran of the civil war and a highly esteemed resident of this city died suddenly Tuesday morning at his home 674 Janslng avenue indigestionDeath rivod Mr Wulf was born In Louis ville and lived the greater part of his life In this city At the outbreak of the civil war ho Joined the ranko of the Federals and took up the cause of the Union Shortly after tho close of the conflict Mr Wulf came back to Louisville whero be engaged in the trunk manufacturing business Six years ago ho retired Besides his wife ho is survived by five children John Wulf E T Wult Robert Wulf Mrs Henry Klein and Mrs William Kachler The funeral took HolyCrossofficiating at the solemn obsequies PRETTY WEDDING One of the prettiest of the October weddings was solemnized Wednesday morning at St Georges church when Miss Margaret C Casey be camo tho bride of Francis J Ryan celebrating norformingthe sister of Mrs Patrick J WOlsh RyanIsbeing son Grain Company After a wed ding breakfast at the residence of the brides sister the couple loft for all neynion trip to the Northern pittas and upon their return will go to heuseteepiag tlC48 Baylese avenue U 11- P LEITRIM home ol the Oltourkes Mc Clnucys and tlieMncItan nulls oi Old Lougli Allen Is Responsible Fo Peculiar Shape oi the County Many Historic Itlvers Water Fertile Fields But Knin8 Abound JUDE MATT ODOHERTYS COUNTY Leltrlm is one of the most peculiarly shaped counties in Ire land It consists ot two parts al most wholly separated from one another by Lough Allen The northwest part touches the Atlantic Ocean having a coast of two and a halt miles on Donegal flay The greatest length of the two parts taken together from Donegal Bay to tho southern extremity near Drum llsh In Longford Is fiftyone miles The breadth of the northwestern part of the county from Abe boundary near Balllntogher in Sllgo to Upper Lough McNean is seventeen miles The breadth of the southern part from Lough Boderg to the boundary near Klllygar Is eighteen miles The area ot tho county is 613 miles and tho population is 90000 Almost tho entire county Is moun tainous or hilly The most remarkable mountain in the whole county is Shove Amerln 1922 feet high In the northwestern portion of thocounty is an end less succession of summits of all heights up to 1700 feet Two miles west of Manorhamllton is the c n splcuous mountain Benbo 1365 feet tallLeltrlm takes its name from the village of Leltrlm near the Shan non The word signifies gray ridge Like nearly every county in Ireland Leltrim Is well watered The Shan non coming from Cavan forms tho boundary for a mile and a half then crossing the narrow neck con necting the two parts of Leltrlm for another mile and a half It enters Lough Allen and from that down to a point a little below Boosky a distance of thirtyfive miles it forms ofrtbeeouittThethe Duff tho Bonet tho Owenaylo and the Agacashlaun are only a few of the streams that water the terri tory of Leltrlm Like the neighboring counties of Cavan Fermanagh and Roscommon Leltrlm Is dotted all over with lakes Lough Allen in the middle of the county is eight and a half miles long and three miles wide It is nearly surrounded by hills so that It occupies the bottom ot a basin down the slopes of which rivers pour Into the lake from every side Lough Melvin Lough Macnean Derrycassan Lake Lough Bofln Lough Boderg Lough Gill Glencar Lake and Cloonty Lake are among the many noted In song and story- CarrlckonShanrion Is Leltrlms assize town though Its population Is less than 1500 Manorhamllton Balllnamore and Drumshanbo are still smaller towns but each is lull ot historic interest Lough Allen occupies the center ot the great Connaught coal district a considerable portion of which belongs In Leltrlm There are coal pits in several places around the lake wife cially at and near Shove Anlerin the coal being used for smelting purposes Iron ore abounds on Slleve Anlerin and tho mines were worked for a long period The name of the hill signifies mountain of iron Leltrlnl was formerly called Brefny ORourke It was the prin ctpallty of the ORourkes The barony of Rosclogher was formerly possessed by the Macdlancys and the southern lovel of the county was originally the territory of the Mac Rannalls or Reynolds Judge Matt ODoherty is proud to have it to say that ho was born in the County Loitrim The late and venerable mother of William M Higgins was also a native of Leltrlm FEAST OF ST PETER One of the most elaborate church ceremonies over held in Davies county was at St Peters church near Stanley on Wednesday when services were hold in commemora tion of the patronal Ifeastof St Peter A sermon strong in oratory and teeming with religious zeal and dellvert1dbyRaffo of Louisville Following the ceremony Father Odendahl thepastor of St Peters church entertained the visiting clergy with a banquet FEDERATION CONVENTION MarquetteUniversity ing the session of the National Cath olic Federation convention at New addressGovernor of Louisiana the Mayor of Now Orleans National President Ed ward Feeney of Brooklyn State President Dune Archbishop James IJ RightReyN J Congressman Graham of till nois Congressman SRansdefl of Louisiana lon P F Kenkle editor c of AnierlKa 1rho convention will bw gin on Sunday November 13 aM conclude Wednesday Noyetriber U c rra J i- rt G KENJUOKY IRISH AlIIERIOAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlCflil rtcrtM tla the Socialt and Moral AllvaRCtflttl est el Irish Americans and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights ofAmerica KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Ineorpotted Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY IC finlered it the LcukvHIt Poitottlce as SecondClue flitter r AUrtM alt CMMUlcatlosI to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Qreei St LOUISVILLE KySATURDAY OCTOBER 22 1910 ti DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES SWAGAR SIlERlEY SHACKLEFORD MILLER I For Congress For Appellate Judge BINGHAIJTS FREEDOM The Post speaking for Bob Bing ham candidate for the Appellate bench admits that that gentleman knowingly profited through fraud violence and illegal voting but he stands today a free man free from any responsibility forcom plicity in tho crime free from any refusal to seo the right or follow Mt free from that prejudice judicial or personal that binds a man to justice In a case where foe has a personal or party Interest While there may be some semblance of truth in wha the Post says It is nevertheless true that BIngham never sought freedom while he could draw a salary to which the Republicans said heI was not entitled Such is not tli man for the Kentucky Court of Appeals which must in the future a- in I the past be constituted of th t best judicial minds in the State PORTUGAL There is one big black spot in theI PQrtugal1that1 II overlook and that is the story oft ithe intolerance and persecution that marked the beginning of the new regime Commenting upon this th I Chicago American truthfully says A true republic whether It be I l Portugal in Switzerland or 1 in America tolerates and encourages with noninterference alt religious beliefs while permitting national recognition and indorsement of no especial religion Religious bodie- or I Individuals in Portugal as on as they pay their own expenses along s as they are not levying taxes on the people or exercising government powers have absolute rights and privileges and should be guaranteed safety and government protection the same as any other body of citizens It is outrageous that monks or nuns should be deprived of property rightfully theirs- Ilrutalltlos1n the lpast inflicted by a monarchy and a vile system of taxation do not excuse savage retaliation against the Innocent and helpless in the present The duty of Portugal as fast as may be Is to reestablish law and order to protect life mid above all to enforce respect for sincere religious convictions of whatever nature There was no excuse whatever forth attacks upon priests and nuns who Were all peaceful noncombatants Such attacks disgrace those concerned and alienate sympathy front any cause GETTING AVORRIED The progress of the Catholic ohurch Is certainly causing the editor of the Baptist World many sleepless nights according to tho following editorial which is pub Jf bcd in this weeks issue Romanism is putting forth Her ul JU otf rts to make up in tho Protestant countries Its loss in Cathpllo countries Curiously enough It Is having success in its schemes in this direction The Catholic party holds the balance of power In the German Reichstag and has played politics with com mjonsurate skill In England the church of England seems headed for s c ism by tho High Church route The same thing Is true of the Episcopal church frt the United States If thIngs go on as they are I noW Rome Tyill soon have the prate tfaU addition of these large bodies Of ProteaUntH who have grown tired of bmg Protestants But that Is fcy fto moans Bali the peril In ArerIe v fiidy ulneam off Cfctfeelk tawnl Ja pourlnf i Into el r tare i cities Today the Catholics dominate eevry American city of a quarter of a million of Inhabitants and many of the smaller ones The Catholic population Is in the majority In Boston Now York Philadelphia Baltimore Buffalo Cincinnati Cleveland Pittsburg Chicago St Louis San Francisco New Orleans etc Louisville is a Protestant city but it is currently reported that a majority of all tho city officials are Catholics The cities where the Catholics are supreme are the worst governed jetstt tho ones where llawlessness iis rampant where graft flourishes rightsICatholicismeIs somuoh superior to Protestantism goodsthaet every great daily in America Is more or less under Catholic control or In fear of the Catholic power A thereIthree parties In America the IIare the Republican and the The Catholic holds theI balance of power and uses 1it mercilessly The aggressiveness of seenein the organization called Knghts socialnI ofIsolie club has secured Columbus day I as a legal holiday It is a day nor when all the schools close and time Thestheirgpurpose to get tho reins of power In tho United States They are united aggressive ajid persistent They have tho large cities Will they get the country ItUes with the country Automobile speeders who Injure people are never drunk Not they speedasay about tho crowd that skidded Into the water wagon Tuesday night and knocked from his seat and seriously injured the driver These joy riders one and all should bo arrested and sent to tho Workhouse Then there would bo less loss of life and fewer accidents In Louisville Nat Cureton Is a good Republican but his efforts in behalf of Robert W Bingham are most certainly wasted Nats friends cant understand why he supports the cause of a man for the Appellate bench who possesses principles that endure only when he seeks political preferment Those who know him will not believe that Senator Cureton wants Bingham elected The appointment of Justice Edward Douglas White to be Chief justice of the United States Supreme Count would be in lino with precedent and give universal satisfaction Politics should not enter Into consideration for this high and responsible position Judge Harris Helm Bruce and Edmund Trabue all former Demo crats are now for Bingham You may ask why They are corporation lawyers and know their man Judges without political principles also lack Judicial principle Louisville will witness two eclipses I during November One will boa partial eclipse of tho moon and the other the total eclipse of J Wheeler McGeo and Robert W BIngbam The Iowa Ladles Auxiliary State lnendlhCema Jtilta ltedtoatroii di od itIsQciTYIi tee70H J P Sullivan i6f the Highlands Is in Now Orleans Mrs John McAteer spent last week with Mrs C R Long at Pewee Val IJI Miss Lucy Fitzgerald was this week in Frankfort 1 1tIngher mother Y f Ms William McFadden visited in Shelbyvlllo last week the guest or Mrs Dan OLeary C J O Connor and wife have re turned from a pleasant sojourn at West Baden Springs Mrs James Kelly has gone to West Point for a visit of several weeks with Mrs Lewis Dink Mrs Charles Wuersch gave a kit chen shower Monday afternoon in honor of Miss Rita Keaney I James P Barry wtlh the Penn slyvanla Railroad Company Is now enjoying his annual vacation Miss Margaret Donahue was hostess to her euchre club Wednes day evnlng at her home in Portland Mrs William Wallace of Lebanon Junction has been visiting here the guest of her mother Mrs Mary Boyle iMiss Mildred Maloney of Clifton had as her guest last week Miss Sleanor McCaffrey and Master Ver non McCaffrey Miss Marie Dooley of Branden burg has been spending a week sere as the guest of Mss Carolyn Sullivan In Parkland Misses Dollle Lucille and Virgle Murray of latonla have been visiting In Clifton the guests of Misses Mlnnlo and Anna Belle Murray Miss Mary McKenna of Fairfield has been enjoying a delightful visit here being the guest of the Misses Henry 052 South Floyd street Thomas Muldoon who has been confirmed to his home with a bad at tacic of ptomaine poisoning has recovered sufficiently to be able to go out Plisses Lela and Essie Swearingen who were here to visit relatives and attend the BrowerHunter wedding have returned to their home at Mt Washington Mr and Mrs Louis Bauer announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Florenco A Bauer to Ben A Traut The wedding will take place in November The wedding of Miss Rita Raphael Keaney and Mr George Meikel Wilson of Memphis Twnn will take place Monday morning Oc tober 24 at 8 oclock at St Louis Bertrand church Mr and Mrs Sylvester Rapier of iSew Haven who were here to attend the Knights of Columbus banquet and attend the horse show were the guests of Mrs Samuel J Dant for several days before returning home Maurice Schupp who has been visiting his mother Mrs Kate Schupp 028 East Gray street and other relatives left yesterday for Cnlcinnatl where ho has been en gaged in business for the past five years Gregg Powell and wife who was Miss Maglo Sullivan loft Thursday for Los Angeles where they may make their future home Mr Powell has had several fine otters to locate there and these ho will consider upon his arrival In California Miss Aleen Murphy of German town Pa will arrive November 1 to spend the winter tho guest of Mrs Lawrence Richardson Miss Murphy who is much admired hero during her frequent visits to Louisville will be numbered among the sea sons debutantes Miss Grace Pflanz was hostess of her dancnlg club with the following resent Misses Marie GIbbn Elza beth N ale Whllomenha UlrIch Ruth Fisher Flora Rwcktenwald Carrie Ross Messrs James and Harry Gleeson Carl Fisher Jesse DeGraw Arthur Hoorter Read Werness Bernard Sphleman and John Scully Mr and Mrs Edward Kelty and Mr and Mrs Frank Knlter have re turned from a Joint wedding trip to Chicago following a double wed ding to which the two brides were the Misses Loules and Katherine Herbqrlch of Jeffersonvllle and both couples have gone to housekeeping In this city Tho wedding of Miss Lilllai Browor and Hubert H Hunter a pretty theme affair took place Wednesday evening at the residence of the brides parents Twentyeghth and Chestnut streets in the presence of a large assemblage of relatives and friends A reception followed the ceremony when the bride and groom were showered with congratulatlpns Cards have been issued announc ing the approaching marriage or avenue Ohlet of Detectives which will be solemnized at St Frances of Borne WednesdayNovember performed by the Rev Father Thomas W White and will be witnessed by a largo gathering ot friends ot the contracting parties GETS PATRONS RELIC presentedStbyArchbishopIng Title relic a portion of a bone RevJosephsainted Irish missionary whose greatest labors were for tho conver I nreseyitedArchbishop J j AilMilwaukee 1 n n i native country this summer tO bring back to tho Milwaukee church of Arcilblsh9pMessmor I mounted repository for the relic which c as been placed on the ped estal of the beautiful statue of St Gall which adorns the Interior of the church KEPT BUSY Were Delegates of Cen tral Committee 1C K of A Prelsdent McCarthy and tho dele gates to tho Central Committee C 1C of Awere kept busy tilt the regular monthly meeting oil Friday night of last week The Knights wero pleased to learn that Delegate Matt Schlaug had almost recovered from his recent injury and the good news Innl1rted by Gen Michael Relchtnt elided hearty applause The deaths of P Gus Kano and Charles J Dessc wore announced and the officers wore intsruoted to prepare appropriate memorials to be sent ito their families Invitations wero accepted to the Sisters of Mercy bazar and to the Devlin recep tion Patrick Holloy and Joseph Mc Ginn reviewed the work of the or der and the adversities overcome and declared the Catholic Knights the safest society now in existence Their statements were fully borne out by John Kinney of Jefferson vllle who fully explained the rates and options now being offered Ills statements received close attention and made clear the different 1policies now offered old and new members State Secretary Meohan Newton G Rogers Harry Veeneman and otheRs contributed to the Interest of the meeting Messrs Relchert and Mc Carthy stated that the lists or branch deputies would be made known as soon as approved by tho Supreme President At the Novem ber mooting plans will he outlined for a winter entertainment GRAND ARMY CHIEF John E Gilman soldier poet ora tor and public official who was elected CommandorlnChlef of the Grand Army of the Republic at the recent encampment at Atlantic City was born in Boston sixtysix years ago and is a faithful attendant of St Josephs church Rosbury Ex copt for the time of his military service during which he lost his right arm which was shattered by a shell at tho battle of Gettysburg when lie was only eighteen years old he has lived In Boston all his life Commander Gilman is an Unce Sams boy of the right kind EXIftlED SUDDENLY While sitting In hor chair at her home 223 Rand avenue Lexington last Friday morning about 1130 oclock and apparently in good health Mrs Ann Murphy aged soy entytwo widow of Daniel Murphy fell back In the arms of her daugh ter and suddenly oxpred Death was due to apoplexy Mrs Murphy who was An excellent woman and highly esteemed by her friends and neighbors is survived by six chil dren all grown They are Mrs James Dolan Mrs A R Murphy Daniel Thomas John and Owen Murphy UXIQXTOWN Tho most successful mission ever known in Unlontown was conducted this week in St Agnes church by the Dominican Fathes from St Louis Bertrands Convent this city Tomor row morning the children will re ceive their first holy communion and on Monday the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue will administer the sacrament of confirmation This Is the first mission conducted by the Dominican mission band in charge of the Rev J B OConnor O P with headquarters in this city FANCY DRESS BALL The Columbia Athletic Club com posed of a number of the leading young men of that part of the city known as Germantown announces a fancy dress ball for tho members and their friends on Monday night November 7 at Germania Hall First and Jefferson streets Williams Abel heads the committee which prom- Os an evening of eal pleasure for all who accept their invitation to at tend The music will be by pno ot the best union orchestras in the city WELCOME THEIR IHSIIOP Rev Father Edward J Lynch and the Catholics of Henderson will have a cordial welcome tomorrow for tlielr Bishop Right Rev Dents ODon aghue who will confirm a large class at Holy Name church This is the Bishop a first official visit to that city and every arrangement fit ting 1o the occasion has been made Bishop ODotiaghue has runny visits tions to make and will bo absent from the city the most of the time for several weeks to come CHARITY EUCHREI Several well known ladles will conduct a charity feuchre next Thurs day afternoon and night in the BroadiWaytheworthy cause A number of hand some prizes have been secured but for those who will not play a nice supper will bo provided The games will be called at 230 and 8 oclock and will be so conducted as to fur nish foal enjoyment tor the players NEW ALBANY The attendance at the parochial schobls connected with St Marys and Holy Trinity churches in New Albany Is larger this year than over before notwithstanding the fact that a number of the pupils have I made their first communIon and I have been confirmed and are attending I the public schools I HEAVY SNOW I JI J Snow was reported from all parts of Colorado Wednesday In the mountain pwseee above Tolland snow from eight to ten fet deep was reported M d traJM Mere blocked In Denver ttJi MilI ira light 11- a 1i 6n1r u 4a COUNTY BQA11Q Convention and Election of Officers forTwo Years The county convention of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of Louisville and Jefferson county has been called by President P J Welsh for tomorrow afternoon at lied Mens Hall Nineteenth and P J WELSH Who Retires as County President Portland tilt Z oclock This will be a most important meeting as off- Ices are to be elected to servo for the next two years and therefore every delegate and alternate shouldat tend The members of the order at large are also invited to be there as Division 3 will be host and will entertain in a most agreeable man nerMuch Interest will center in the election of a successor to County President Welsh who declines to serve another terns He has made a most satisfactory executive and the order has prospered under his administration but he finds It Im possible to devote the time necessary to the office President Welsh is grateful for tho many kind expres sions and asurandes tendered him All the dlvslons will submit their reports which will show the exact standing of the Ancient Order A number of able speakers have been Invited and will be heard at the social Session that will follow the adjournment of the convention State Secretary William Connelly will represent the State Board ENDING Til HES RATTLE Ills health shattered following a struggle of fiftyfive years in an at tempt to free Ireland from the rule of Great Britain ODonovan Uossa Is critically ill In his home at New Brighton N J Rossa over eighty years old is broken under a strain which had its Inception during the years lie was confined In jail In England Such was the report on Wednesday when he had sunk into unconsciousness and his death was hourly expected WILL MAKE GOOD John J Garrltty the new manager of the Masonic Theater has made a large list of friends since hrarrival and upon all sides U is pre dicted he wlll make good in Louisville Ho expresses himself pleased with the outlook In Louisville and says that the Masonic will have as good a line of attractions as any firstclass theater In the country MRS CAFFREYS FINE GIFT Mrs J J Caffrey just home from an extended European trip last week presented Rev Father Acker man with a handsome and costly altar cloth for St Philip Neris church This exqulsite altar drapery Is made of the richest material and embrordered in threads of pure gold iI It was blessed especially for St Philip Nerla by Pope Plus Y- JEFFEIISONYILLE Martin Burke a well known resident of Jeffersonvllle left last SuniiI day ifor Rochester Minn whore he underwent an operation Mr Burke has been a sufferer for some time from severe stomach roublo and his physicians advised the operation He was accompanied by his sister Miss Margaret Burke and his brother John Burke HURT BY FALL I Mrs John Gorman residing at 3832 Grand boulevard fell from a1 chair at her home Injuring her right leg below the knee At first it was not thought to be serious but within the past two days the Injured Plumb has developed a condition that is alarming to her friends- PROGRESSING J Unity Council Y M I of Now Albany is making steady progress The members intend to soon build an addition to their club house and arcInow saving funds for that purpose Unity has paid 5000 in ful for Its present home and has still a snug I sum in its treasury 1 CORRECTION In the award of prizes made bytt the M S Moses Clothing Company tho name of Raymond Saltmarsh should have appeared first and Nich olas Koertner second Tho mistake was one of the kind that frequently t1Justicet1 GIVEN GOOD START A A PromIsing commandory of the Knights of St John was Instituted last week at Richmond Ind the in Itlatory work being conducted by Oapt John IluBson of New Albany Rev Father Frank Roell who is well known In the Falls Cities was activeTIn organizing time Knights one of the charter members ANOTHER SEA MONSTER o The steaBUp Olympla witch Ylll IK the lrget skip in the world l Q UI 1 E J punning Lewis Co MENS AND YOUNG MENS CLOTHES SHOP-N W Corner Third unit Jefferson In order to get the people away from trading with these millionaire mer chants we are obliged to make A IKA1 15U OF PU1U5 II WOOL SUITS AT 1500 IIf you come and see them we will get your money and you will save We Fit Any Shaped ManStout Slim erTali moneyII T J CUNKIND LOUIS LEWIS T J RANDALL C F DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered Both Phones 2399 OFFICE AND FORGEr 713715 SEVENTH STPFEf r M J BANNON P BANNON JR L J VEENEMAN Pro b Mgr Viet Pus 8 Trtas Stcrttary Kentucky VitTiflode Brick CD INCORPORATED Mnrsu aotuiCerw o VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS Office 528 West Jefferson Street Works Magnolia Aw Bet 9th and 10th TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE 1252 O r LMens Working SUIRTSOC and Satines with collars at tached light and dark patterns extra geod at the price5- 0cBlue FlannelShirts Single breasted and double breasted cut full and made r well best values at the prices Si to S3 LEVYSTIIIIID AND MAJIKHT The Bright Spot in Louisville iJbwill soon be launched at the shipyards at Belfast Ireland KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS1 I Late News That Will Interest ElseI where Milwaukee Council voted upon fortyfour applicants Thursday night In celebration of Landing day the Knights of Lacrosse Wis attended tho mission at St James church In a body Tho celebration of Columbus day at Font Dodge Iowa was declar off owing to the illness of Dolllver Erie Council gave a reception t Hon Thomas Oreovy candidate for Lieutenant Governor of Pennsyl vania who is a Fourth degree mem ber in the Columbus day parade at Denver were the National Guard soldiers and cavalrymen the High School Cadets Loyal Order of MI ose and Knights of Pythias There were 8000 marchers The banquet which was to have been given by the Knights of Duluth on landing day was postponed and the eatables sent toward the relief of the fire sufferers in Northern Minnesota The council also forwarded J500 cash The following well known Catholic men front out the State have secured for the Wisconsin win lecture series Supreme Knight Flaherty Prof J C Monaghan Rev Dr John A Ryan Rev Dr William Kirby and Dr Thomas OHagan OATHOMO WOMAN SCIENTIST Miss Rose o Halloran tho well known Catholic astronomer who has ttalnod a rank in scientific circles won by o woman sailed for ahiti on tho Mariposa Sho will remain in tho South Seas for some time studying thostars to the I southern sky She may yot Journey a to Australia to observe the total- ecldptEOoftbe I sun duo in January i 911 II I f it u 7DfAc wLHYS WednesdayNights Nat Goodwin in The Captain Thursday Friday Saturday Night Saturday Matinee Lillian Russeiih Search Of A Sinner HOPKINS THEATER High Class VaudevilleA- ND Motion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENTS Three shows dally Sunday con tin ous THE NEW MATINEES Sunday Tuesday Thursday Saturday 15 and 2f I and and AVENUE Starting Sunday Mat Remodeled All Refurnished New Oct 23All The Millionaire Kid Nights 1 5 25 illand 75 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W MARKET STREET I 1 a rl ColCU SC ADENiI InICE CREAM a FIWITHbrDesigns in the Center IS ALL THE RAGE J J TELEPHONE 518 AND 584 plWeGist rates to churches and lodges 309311 Second Street Louisvillei I FOR Furniture Of 111 Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER y 419 W MARKET ST 1Jt lot Dougherty Everett Lannln I Dougherty banning i c SCj thIncorporated1 Pittsburgi and JellieD Coal I NoW is the time to lay In your TryDoughertybest quality of Pittsburg anddefico Coalnj HOME PHONE 1783 CUMB 907a I l YARDS I5IH S MAGNOliA 7tH b MAGNOliAA I All the late and new Styles and ShapesI pricesCII J s Sire year toys in elKattei that will piwpare thtB fer life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Br 4wajr LeulivUU Ky Ye =averMa Li tJt lrohetaTraworyCQ4H + I MMrtImftwteMBtor WU y i Mhi rSrwltadntt MeJ + = pa i NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB AUTUMNI I What They Have Been Dolt I the Put 1 Note Montana now boasts six divisions with over 800 members Two now divisions are being organized In The Ladles of Iowa now numbers over 800 members During the last term five new divisions Wore instituted in Maine There are eleven divisions of th Ladles in West Virginia Maine shows an increase of C13 members since the 1908 Seattle Wash has the fIrst divis ion from Juvenile mem bers Division 4 of N J recently Initiated candi members will be initiated a on the first Sunday Iin county held i Denver an increase In of 140 was The net proceeds of the Irish day reunion at show 3500 on the profit side Thirty new members were added to the Ladles at I during the past six months Division 4 will meet Monda night when the first report of th county will be net gain in during past two years is the of the Ladles of will have three me to military com ponies there being now only three in the State Division 3 wants all its members present tomorrow to entertain the unty Board Cigars and a good time is The Ancient Order is rapidly its in Colorado night a large class was itiated at Pueblo The division at the rgest In the country will arrang- a series of talks to be given on iris history at its this winter The division at Pueblo Col gave smoker in honor of State President Feeley Just before his for J the East to take unto himself aide The of Houston arc great for the 1 of Josoph Devlin Texas will not be backward in helping cause Taw York were greatly eased when they learned that RevC Father Wilbor of Batavia had ac Division 4 still holds the lead t InII in This Isci largely duo to the ability ofI c I John who t snas one of the best organ izers in the 1 j The free night school1 I for moor boys of Irish a opened with a large en I rollment Alt the brancros aro taught I and typewrit I I j rained Mrs Mary Daly State dent last week the 11 erary and musical re were served Mrs Daly I was American Beauty roses I GUNS BROKEN I The worlds series games have opened ithe eyes of the public to I 1 11I machine for team work I j etc and how that great catcher Johnny Kllng just dared anybody to I attempt to steal a base The two a J I ubs look like amateurs while all1 e bases stolen have been o ling So much for the opinion of experts STINGY GUESTS Ji The of the monks In the various hospices of the Alps Is famous This year t- umber of guests at the on the slmplon mountain In I o r but are 1 ed to make a small before taking leave This season atternwhole week of hard work when the house was crowded every night and many had to sleep in tho cor riders the money found In the bojj by the Prlor to the princely sum of nine coats 1 WON HIS WAY I j Charlie dear said the young mother I have decided on a name I I Charlie be lost In J thought for a moment He didnt Itrya J ay I B Imogen Shell take it as a comp 11 ment l t l TtWiy I 9 0 i j I J J f 2 All a of UP TO I M S The Great Daylight Mens Wear Store I r A O M to Con Division 3 A 0 H held a fine meeting Monday night four and John hone c and announced that Bishop had mittee reported alt members well the next meeting of that body to meet and hear Bishop I a generous donation to 1 tho Sisters of Mercy bazar John f Riley turned into the treasury a I sum from the recent ex cursion which will end with a so Gist Session and smoker all the t members to serve as a Sullivan an nounced the coming of Joseph Dev and urged upon his hearers the regular business severs i spirited were made and iitwas voted that all attend the bazar and also the Fro John Hosslon and Treas uror Dan it was that Division 3 Is now Ta better ft tt I LATEST IN STYLUS I Is to be furred on thls season I J The short skirt eve n tho most evening gowns I For drossy costumes the three tt- I quarter length sleeve is Wings are the I I for the less typo fin hats e w la rough are usually in plaited apron p nt i J and designs tire used in1 on and af tornoon dresses I velvet I j I t I coats are nlI I 1velvet Shoulder collars are large an of II of t marine in two shades fin j taped with a metal Cord ornament euppoBo that wlll suit you i 1 Im out a tfce vri My board r 1 r 4 0- i MEETING Iroquois Handicap Today For AH AgesS- IX IIIGH CLASS RACES EACH DAY FIRST RAtE AT215 OCLOCK HIBERNIANS WeekOeneral- News Pittsburg Auxiliary Auxiliary convention organized Plainfield twentytwo datesFifty Milwaukee DecemberAt convention membership reported Hibernian Pittsburg Auxiliary Richmond convention submitted- A membership gratifyln- eport Auxiliary MinnesotaNew appointed organize promised Increasing membership Thursday Milwaukee meetings departure Hibernians preparations reception Jrplands Hibernians Cha111alntor membership Kentucky hustling President Hennessy recognized oreterjHibernian parentage Baltimore elementary Including bookkeeping stenography lnglAux1l1ary Following programme freshments presented MACHINE baseIbait 11ofwonderful Phtladelphflayed hospitality hospice swltzer1 TAgenerosity travelers expecnofferlpg amounted hQrImogenseginedIto oPPOSgdhis presentlyYy Marywiermy UNUSUAL SALEi 1oYse Suits i348 With Pajirs KnicKcr Pants Suits of Wool 0Scotches Cassimeres- in number Different Patterns VALUES 00tPRICEn348 MOSES CO INCORPORATED MarketoManagerg nJOLLY HOSTS Division Entertain Connty ventlon receiving applications ThODonaghue ofStatotheOathollcODonaghue Following handsome entertainnafternoon reception committee President tivehtomto tottaddresses convention Secretary Dougherty InItsEverything regultlmldominates elaborate fashionable decidedly trimming ornamental raghileIJabots onttJThecolorings discriminate morning forfaitnIIkindsharderinonsDoublebreasted Shepherdcheckscorduroymake pfeofclvely frequentlybawd different IUKOEItTAIN hadJkedfloorback Civemonthshe Dotanfhuuly intheTheyrele1M1MYtfottt IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Four fresh cases of typhus fever are reported at Lcttermullen and Gorumna There was only one case for 1 at Drogheda Quarter Session- argech of burglary InhisRichardOKeefe oWaterfordesteemefigure ThomasEaglotonThe Leitterkenny Guardians have unanimously appointed Dr Edward Officer Fruit growers In County Armagh yearOwing forIrlshCountyKerryexisting sfruoturo and which makes an admirable promenade has been teetlongatTarabrucky ofJohnstroyed by fire A stack ot grain was also burned The owner is popular I in the district The death took place in Dundalk knownNationalistsutferedImprisonment Dunlk An inquest was held at Belleek near Newry on the remains of Pat ofDrtfallfromthat the fatality was an accident f JOSCIhBarry HeadIn = who was only a short time ill took a deep interest in Gaelic matters and was well known in local sporting cir clesIn County Limerick the clerical RevTohncastle West the Rev Michael Car ColmansWelltoKllmallock yTherath County Month presented to the parish by the late Rear Admirall wasIwasIwoolen manufacturing country In the world the Athlone Woolen Mills secured the hlghestawardtheGrand Prixfor the best display of woolens at the Brussels exhibition In texture quality and variety they surpassed all competitorsw haveighfacllLties Patnicm KdDublin and urge on that body the claims of tho tenants now TO STOP A COUGH rubbingsI bodyII WhenItompted somqbenefit = this process The nhaled air I as an anodyne lo the mucuous mentPI bane allaying the desire to and giving the throat and lungs a chance to heal At the same time a suitable throat lubricant will aid nature in her effort to recuperate IUItELY CATHOLIC TEIIM It may not bo generally known thetermversaliy applied to colleges and uni versifies where men receive their scholastic training Iso purely Cath attheItsInspiratIonbeautifullyhiseled of ofChrlstknown otthatlearningfldI1CITIDDT HEARING i They stood upon the crest of the mountain and gazed oft through tho distances lbcndlngeloler oneNoansweredtimidly usTherearoundOther = youthinkoftenhoardthoughtpoI1hapsand But just then there was a EIjumpel1oVer LIKE SPRING CHICKEN H COVElIltacoldwaferaRdt Ite tltickenipeK and u Aj fRANK C fEUR BREWING 1ltl ooltzmaznrxtn iJ1 Brewers and Bottlers LOUISYII B OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure 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HICKS Manager I Cuter and Jefferson Sis Opp Court House PHOENIXP HILL PARK Open For till Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials improved This and OutingsII equipment throughout Societies sad parties should consult the management Phoenix Hill before closing contracts CENTRAL ColFURNITURE Incorporated N W Cor Third and Greea Sis We furnish the home com plete on easy payments WM CALUQHAN Mjr Sales Dept BROWNFIELDGO 1011 ROGERS ST- ngineers and Contractors Heating Apparatus Power Plants Mechanical1 Equipments Refrigeration Ventilation Home Phone 74841 r it bolt HP era1K srVe tint erab rry sauce tbd yiur friends will tWnk you imre sprhg chicken- sr BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- Heleotrope f Ete Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHUL FLORISTI Both Phones 223 HINRYAA1 JJ1PULSEP DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Cents Wearing A wrilJ- VORK GUARANTEED Pboeeg6aa 528 Fifth Strife HENRYHUNOLD DEAISR IK Staple and Fancy GrociriK A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM tIN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a SpecIalty WWALTMONON LOUISVILLE AND CHICAGO iBEST LINE TOr French Lick lend- West Baden Spdftfc UNION STATKM LOUISVILLE DEARBORN STATION CHICAGOhuhPuss Sleepersh p NW CoiJa urfh and ifar IW1 i iy r 1 r KENrUOKY IRISH AltIERICAN a MOWS THE TIME aTfIE BIG STORES Guaranteed Clothes For Men 1O and 15 Are world beaters You cant afford to miss the rI opportunity Call and see them THE BIG STOREMILTON M MAHBLESTONE Cot 424 StlBetween Piano Values=Our Methods U In advertising our piano values and ourmethods it Is our purpose to advise with all along intelligent linesthe course- rto pursue In selecting a pianoone of real worth forth t you invest We are confident of having tho largestmoney lines off quality pianos at the lowe3t prices and our liberal terms of paymbnt privileges you to the ownership of a piano the day amountyouof cash as first payment Our oneprice policy must convince even the most doubt tug ut our superior service In treating one customer the same as another and is a point to he well considered when pur chasing a piano We invite Inspctlons and comparison MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC COa Incorporated esarseso FOURTH AVBN B aax8 JkJfJ We Give Rebatclckf Goodda For 10 Cents in Trade with every purchase of 2 I2 Ibs New Blend Coffee SOc 12 lb of New Blend Tea 30c Ilib Baking Powder 40c JOHN M MULLOY 1 HMB Phon 1313 18 W lUARKET STREET Take the Schools Out of Politics BY VOTING THE CITIZENS TICKET FOR THE Board of EducationN November Election 1910 I I II C SEARLE JOHN C STROTHERS V H ENGELHARD A H EGAN DR I N BLOOM FIVE TO BE ELECTEDCITY AT LARGE OefIIWE WANT YOUR WORK i I Were Prepared to Do It Promptly I and in FirstClass Style 1I PRINTINGCards Bill Heads Letter Heads 1Circulars Dodgers Etc Dance and Wedding Invitations I a Specialty S HOME PHONE 84- 6KENTUCKY it I IRISH AMERICAN OlO VVX5 T QI ICE3ZZ IJI IiICI i t 4 + +4t 44 + + + GEHER 6c SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET- s uj TUB CHIKBRATKD HIORTH STAR REFRIGERATOR The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combines not a few but all features of practical value that are considered deslr ered desirable in a Gas Range The QUICK MEAL has NO EQUAL It ranks high In the sstltuatlon of the utttlic IIt I t I II II tI t It t J HH + tt t t It tt+t t E I 1ALKOL36rif1ci I f I 345 West Green Street voaa CIGA1I1 LJift u t t M 4 oA It U f II It tU6 I itti KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN ONLY ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR ML Tier Published for the Pries Snd in Your Name J 1 SEEING AHEAD Purchase of Land for a Catholic Burial Ground For some time past it has been theCatholicI Louis cemetery would have to be enlarged or another burial ground secured Unable to obtain ground adjoining the present cemetery Bishop ODonaghue has purchased the Barr tract just a Short distance beyond thus providing for Catholic burials for far Into the future The ground purchased lId especially adapted for cemetery purposes and will be as beautiful as St Louis or Cave Hill A beautiful main entrance will bo erected on Castlewood It will be In the form of a large cut stone arch way surmounted by the words St Louis Cemetery At this entrance will also be erected a largo cut stone cottage of Gothic architecture On the south side on what Is known as the Poplar Level road will be another entrance which will be a great convenience for funerals from the southern section of the city which are now compelled to come in as far as Brccklnrldgostreet The now cemetery will In no manner de tract from St Louis which will be cared for with oven greater atten tion than in the past Catholics everywhere will appreciate the fore sight and wisdom of the Bishop and his advisers KARE TREAT P H Callahan to Tell of His Visits to Ireland There was a fairly well attended meeting of Division 1 A 0 H at Falls City Hall on Tuesday night One now member E Grant Kil kelly was received Into the order and several applications were prom ised President Walsh occupied the chair and was pleased to announce that there were no sick claims or other bills to be met and the report of Treasurer Thomas Keenan showed the division to bo progressive flnan callly and numerically Every dole gate and alternate was Instructed to attend the bounty convention Sun day afternoon and President Wnlsn and Martin Cusick spoke forcefully for the success of the reception to be tendered Hon Joseph Devlin There was much applause when Martin Cusick reported that Mr I1 II Callahan had acepted an invita tion to address the meeting of Division 1 on Tuesday November 16 Mr Callahan spent the past summer In Ireand visiting all the cities and towns and the recital of his expert ences and observations will b a rare treat especially to those who have been long away from the old land and are not aware of the many changes that have taken l lace The membors of the other divisions will bo invited and the Entertainment Committee will provide an abun dance of refreshments JOHN KEARXS DEAD John H Kearns a most highly os capttallathome 1448 South Founth street after a long illness of stomach trouble For many years the de orased resided at Lebanon but three years ago moved with his family to Louisville Mr Kearns had led an throughhslargofortune Ilaught and father who was ever kind and loving The children are Dr Leo Kearns of this city the Rev J C Kearns SJ of the Jesuit Uni WKearnsGeorgKearnsMisses Minnie Lillian and Katherine placThurwlayLouisBertrandathronged with mourning relatives and friends large numbers of who thboreavedspread feeling of sympathy BANNER PALL MEb TING rallnleetlnghlraclngassociationaltflernoon with the IroquoIs handi cap as ithe feature race for a purse of 2000 and all of the best horses amongthemJackAtkinBoundRoundMulisandeTheClub has won the confidence of the inKentucky I PORTLAND VS LOUISVILLE moottomorrow forbothtooms willbeatwhichhasother local clubs Halla and Schmidt whileDohentyPortland Howard Williams and toantwhltheEastworldsseriesooupltf of days sightseeing In Now York AVENUE THEATER The Millionaire Kid a drama tthoforhlwillbeI playIsundoubtedlypatrons of the Avenue PROMOTED yearstherMnnaylyjutta rallnoad la JeMeraoa = yule Jft HtiMtoy rorhullnaP0iat4t r 121t 0 SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O iiD- IVISION 1 UeeU at Fails City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Walsh Vice President WHUam Murphy Recording SecretaryThomas P Lawler Financial Secretary Thos Jf DolanI 2120 Portland avenue Treasurer Thomas Keenan Sr SergeantatAtms Louis Roller Sentinel David Vhelan DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday Red Mens Hall First and Market President C J Ford Vice President Raymond Barrett Recording Secretary William T Median Financial SecretaryJno J Keaney 1G07 Dumesnil strectITreasurer Joseph Lynch Sergeant at rmsDavld M Mur phySentinelWilliam Nash- DIVISION 3 Meats First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland President Patrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thomas J Uevcns Financial SecretaryJohn G lies slon 1710 Baird- Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty SentinelThomas Noon SergeantatArmsJames P Stevens DIVISION 4 Sleets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Strcet President John II llennessy Vice 1resldent1homasLyncll- FinanclalSecretaryThos J Lalr an 734 West Oak Assistant Financial SecretaryD- J Rimy Recording Secretary John J Winn Treasurer Harry Brady CallagbanOutside SentinelMichael McDer nott Y 3VI r MACKIN COUNCIL 205 ileets Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth President John T Kenney First Vice President Dr J A CasperSecond Vice PresidentThomas Bachman Recording Secretary Robert Os jorne Corresponding Secretary William 1 Link Financial becretary Frank U damsjrensurerDnn Weber MarshalJoseph Bartsch Inside SentinelA C Link Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart assume the duties of assistant train- master for the same road His Jot fersonvlllo friends regret to ipart with him though all rejoiced over his promotion toa higher positio- nMONWIENT for Irish Statesman and Hero of Two Wars A monument to Gen James Shields hero of the Mexican an the civil wars to be erected at his grave in Carrollton Mo will be ready for unveiling November 12 Gen Shields was the only Union General that ever defeated the famous Stonewall Jackson Ho als had the unique distinction of having had the honor to represent three States In our National Senate I the battle of Cerro Gordo ho was shot through the lung and would have been loft for dead on the bat tlefield had It not been for the surgeonewho saved his life by drawing a silk woundsThe name of Shields like that of mustermthatepart of Ireland where ONeill had distinguished himself in the Eliza bethlan warsthe County Tyrone MACAULKYS Maoauleys offerings tor next week are abovfo the ordinary For the first halt Nat C Goodwin will be son In The Captain a new comedy In every way suited to his style and In which the public de lights to see him Lillian Russell In her newest stage hit In Search of a Sinner opens Thursday fo tour performances Tho now com edy is said to tit tho airy Lillian like one of her modish gowns HOPKINS THEATER The show billed for not week at the Hopkins Theater Is of thp high est standard and every vaudeville turn is on the headline order Every afternoon this popular play house is thronged with pleased ladies and children and at nIght almost all seats are occupied by the grownups who greatly appreciate the semi weekly change of programme which also Includes motion pictures MOTION PICTURES The Casino and Orpheum will of for several striking moving picture novelties next week They arc her alded as the best yet seen here and trlplIthoy aremintbover popular Illustrated songs There Programme ENJOYING VACATION Capt Thomas Cannon Wight Chief of the Now Albany police department has returned from Tndlan apolls whore he spent a part of his vacation Copt Cnon Ms a wide reputation alia police officer and tbef the Hoosier capital MiotertaIMII bast 5 it royahyadmrkt his short stay r it a y 0 c FATTIER KEI NAN I IHas Narrow Escape Prom Death Wednesday evening I The people of St Louis Bertrands parish were greatly alarmed Wednes day evening when they learned of the Injury and narrow escape from death of the Rev Father A C Kernan O P Father Kernan had loft the convent on South Sixth street to go across the river The Interurban car was crowded and ho was compelled to stand on the steps Just as the car started west from Sixth and Jefferson streets two men dashed out Sixth street and attempted ito get aboard In their scramble they knocked the priest to the ground and he rolled to within Luckl1YConductorand signalled Motorman accidentI wasdonefell Father Kernan The force of the fall however rendered Ihlm un conscious and the crew of the car with several bystanders carried him to the office of Dr ScrIbner At first it was believed that his skull was fractured but an examination Showed that this was not the case He is now resting easily and It is hoped It will be but a few days until he is fully recovered from his In juries IRISH NIGHT Mackin Council Responds to Appeal For Old Land I Mackin Councils meeting room was thronged Monday night when President Kenney took his chair and called for reports from the con testing teams which resulted1 in the election of four members and twelve applications This contest will close November 20 with a big initiation in nightAnnouncement JosephDevllnout a dissenting voice Mackln Coun ell contributed 25 to the Irish Parliamentary fund to bo presented at the meeting at Masonic Theater After the other business had been finished the hundreds present were Invited to partlcpato In a smoker when addresses on the Irish cause and the visit of the Irish envoys were delivered by Camden McAtee Thomas D Clines Joseph E Han I cock Hon Samuel L Robertson Dr Michael Casper Supreme Vice Presi dent Robert T Burke and others Tne meeting was one of the most enthusiastic held for osino time and it Is almost certain that the 500 mark will be reached before the first of the year A generous donation MercybazarbyPresidentmittee on Y M I night HIGIHIANDEI The highhanded proceedings of General Manager Mitchell and the Kentucky and Indiana Bridge Com pany in tearing doWn Mr Guy Oster mans fence and building tracks to the door while the suit was still pending In Court Is being condemned atThirtydirstas one member of the General Coun cil states that ho voted for the right butIlld adprivate residence Tim authorities should remember Mr Mitchell and his company in the future as no elt izen and his home are safe from HSavageI ono tered suit for trespass DANCEnThe Mackin Social Club will en tertain the council and its friends clubhousethe special features will be the oldfashioned barn dance The hall pumpkinshay theIlanrehalls DurJngthequadrille will bo danced and the promoter secured promises much fun throughout The reception com fortnovoltlemakotlecnlngIGOES TO ETERNAL REST The rora venerable citizen from the MarYMagdalens mostteUcIllsluneralnoon with Interment In St Louis cemetery Mr Hines was a native countryInDuringthotransteryears MrHinesJamesJofAonedaughter witediellMEMORIAL MASSI IJeJIMar kln Councils members will attend St Anthonys church on theImorning of November 20 when the annual memorial mass of requiem celobratedcommunion in a body NEGRO GIIUROjr The first church In tho West for estabIIsbed cross was placed above a cottage which will be used temporarily Later 30000 will lie used to fit up a mission The now church was made possible by a gift of 8000 by Miss Katlierlnq Drexel of iPhlladelpjIila Qtkerl Superior of a Catholic order It will bo kftown ail St Mon a8 mis 51on and was apnedon D o SaedayI R For r Your Furniturer i Wantsli IWANT YOUR TRADEii My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the be- stGREENEJAMES425 427 and 429 East Market Street S I NNNN ONN NN NNN SCHOOL FOOTWEAR FOR sayS AND GIRLS Bring your children to us for their School Footwear The most complete stock in the city to select from All the latest styles and I makes and at prices that will surprise you Mens and Womens Footwear in Great VOLZ VarietyII 336 WEST MARKET STREET Try That CaptainMike Home Phone 5337 IT l SMOKES I ALL B J SAND DistributorRIGHT220 S THIRD STUEETII NOTICE To the Voters of Louisville You are asked regardless of party affiliations to vote for the issue of bonds for the new hospital at the coming electionThe undersigned commission composed of two Democrats ife two Republicans will have sole charge of the building and equip ment of the hospital and will receive and disburseall funds derived from the sale of thh bonds if voted We pledge our best endeavors toward giving you a modern 1P todate hospital which will put Louisville on a par with other cities of her class in the matter of caring for the sick poor whose welfare has been heretofore sadly neglected by reason of a hospital build ing our citizens should be ashamed to be longer responsible for Will you help the good cause by your votes and assistance and indicate the same on the coupon below which should be mailed to Thomas D Osborne Room 312 Columbia Building JOHN H LEATHERS Chairman ARTHUR PETER Vice Chairman JOSEPH HUBBUCH SR GILMER SADAMS TO THE HOSPITAL COMMISSION r lam In favor of the Hospital Bond Issue and agree to 1t ork in j my precinct tin election day for Us passage I v IIf Signed v teri i il iri i ll r AlI tess Ward and Precinct I HALFOF YOURTROUBLE RNEII When You Use DIAHOND WALL s in Your Building MANUFACTURKD DV KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER CO r Incorporated I First and River Roth Phoue 2287 Also operating Hoosier Wall Plaster Plant LouliVllle K JefTenonville Ind Phone 6H r IINpAf BE SURE TO CALL t8R MeKENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE KYUmsa ri kAkltii