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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r J C KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICANAJ I VOLUME VIINO IS LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2 1901 PRICE FIVE CENCTS Ji STATELY EDIFICE I Rapid Progress Being Made in the Erection of St An I f thonys Hospital Homo For the Sick Where Cool Fresh Breezes Ever Blow Many Rooms Should Be Fur nished by the Fraternal Societies SEWING SOCIETY DOING NOBLE WORK Sickness and accidents are the common lot eQ man Modern skill and wisdom combine with charity and benevolence to care for the weak cherish the injured heal the wounded and often the pain of those afflicted Piety and science have now joined hands for the healing of the people and love selfabnegation and medical and surgical skill have united everywhere in civilized lands for the aid of the unfortunate Among the many notable illustrations of these conditions none will be more prominent in the areai l they care for aud the opportunities they i offerthau the new St Anthony lbs pital now nearing completion on Barrett avenue and which the good Franciscan Sisters hope to soon open to the sick and unfortunate of all creeds and national itiesSituated on an elevation high above the level of the streets of Louisville the hospital is thus afforded conspicuous eligibility for drainage views of country and charming green dell and also rests quiet above the city a home for the sick i in the clouds where fresh cool breezes ever blow and where from every room andward the eyes of the suffering in mates may restfully scan such pleasing pictures as themselves conduce to return ing strength and health Not a window but opens on a grateful view not a screened porch but shows far and near sights of the recurring loveliness of nature at her best Those who have passedweary weeks of pain and suffering in hospitals whose windows abutted on i either brick walls or stuffy crowded streets will easily appreciate what it means to seek for1ealthwhere nature at her best joins earnestly with skill and 4science in the relief of pain and the heal l ing of the sick and suffering Scarcely year will have elapsed from the laying of the cornerstone of this stately noble edifice before the portals are thrown open and the gentle Sisters begin their work for the sick and the injured The hospital will accommodate hundreds of patients and will be equipped with bath and toilet rooms and every healthful convenience known to invention or experience Under the charge of the Franciscan Sisters this in stitution will know no creed or color and black or white Greek Turk or Gen tile infidel agnostic Protestant and Catholic will receive alike the quiet tender ministrations of the selfabnegating Sisters whose placid unruffled lives continue peacefully and who know no differ ence in those committed to their charge With a competent and skillful hospital staff of able and experienced physicians and surgeons with a splendidly equipped establishment supplied with everything known to the most advanced circles of dmodern medicine with a situation unsur passel in the whole country as to ventila tion drainage fresh air and attractive fisnd healthstimulating environments St Anthonys will certainly offer every pos bible advantage to rich and poor alike forI the cure of serious diseases as a retuat for those in an enfeebled or anemic con dition where such care as usually only comes from mother or wife is freely be stowed Sister Josepha from the Franciscan mother house at Lafayette Ind was here this week and expressed herself astS both surprised and pleased with thetsplendid progress being made in the s erection of the building and its arrange ment Another gratifying surprise was the great amount of work already performed by the ladies of the St Anthony J Sewing Society This society is composed I of prominent ladies of all the churches of this city who meet weekly for the purpose pfeewlng and furnishing I organ1lztdbyGeber and other ladies well known forjj their charity and now numbers over IjSOO members who each pay the small sUn of ten centS per month for this very laudable object The next meeting of the society for the collection pf dues willI take place Monday evening at the home of the Franciscan Sisters 021 East GrayI street and on Thursday next they will all meet to sew T1oeein charge would be delighted If all the ladles enrolled and t their friends would be present on both occasions and it Is hoped they will Rot IJ b dlappohit4 Quite anuinberofratentand benev r olentt societies wljl Ui1is ui4detMood fur njefa rooms wiicu will be named lor theml where their rick or tuMbled members wlll be cared for These rooms will be named for the societies that thus eonjoI tribute to this noblcbarity among tbe 1 t number of hlckWillabe found Uie I Knights of Cblnmbns Aud nt drder or Hibernians YpuBg Mens lusUtute fCatholic Knights of rloatJseBlkati DUd perhaps some of the trades unions IY The amount required for this purpose Is not large For each room there should be provided an iron bedstead leather covcredcouch and two chairs washstand and toilet set Rugs may also be pro vided for the floor but no carpets will be used Now is the time for those who contemplate this noble work to make the fact known as they will thus be entitled to choice rooms S S CATHOLIC UNION Election of Officers aiid Dele gates to the National Federation Tomorrow night at Satolll Council Hall on Second street the Catholic Union will meet in regular monthly session for the purpose of electing officers and dele gates to the National Federation of Catholic societies which convenes at Cincinnation December 10 Delegates are expected from a number of societies heretofore unrepresented and President McDermott and Secretary Cooney have issued a circular letter fully explaining all matters pertaining to the uuiou and the purposes of the National Federation with which it is proposed to affiliate The meetings thus far have been very interesting and it is hoped that every Catholic Society in Louisville will be represented at Sunday nights meeting It may not be amiss to state that the work of the union is confined solely to Catholic society interests social moral and intellectual and nothing that has the color of politics or pnrtisanism will be tolerated Alter the Cincinnati convention and the adoption of the constitution and principles by that body the local union will be in a position to do effective work and it is therefore necessary that able officersshould be placed at its head The services rendered by President McDer mott Dr J W Fowler and ljugene Cooney have been most satisfactory and it can be safely said they will be unani mously reelected MACKIN COUNCIL Initiates Eight More Members and Has a Jolly TimeN- otwithstanding the universal interest in the orphans bazar the municipal campaign and other affairs which attract the attention young men there was a very gratifying ntteudan Tuesday night at St Anthonys Hall to witness the initiation of new members into Mackin Council of whom there should have been seventeen Only eight candidates were able to be present however but they were put through the degrees in a man ner that was instructive and pleasing President Dan Cunniff occupied the chair and after the transaction of routine business and reports from the Visiting and other committees had been received Marshal Charles Raidy and his assistants appeared with Messrs Al Kolb John A Ackerman Frank P Burke Hugh J1 j Higgins Charles J Walsh Michael McCarthy Frank Elviti Jr and BenriiIi Manger all well known young men to whom was administered impressively the obligation after which a recess was taken for the purposes of introductions andlIl congratulationsThere I a goodly number of visitors present New Albany Council having the largest delegation among whom were noticed President Charles Cheap Treasurer Pete Pfeffer Executive Committeemen John Burke Joe Trudeau NIC Roth and Charles Zellers s tofnc c I was represented by President Patrick 1 OSullivan who in a happy address antnounced a big initiation by his council next Monday night and tendered a cordial invitation to all present to be theii guests of Satolli on that occasion Emmet Slattery the rising young at torney Dr Beutel and Joseph Zahner were called upon for Trinity Council and the response of each was warmly ap I plauded Tom Garvey the special repre sentative of the Ladies Auxiliary wasII there also and promised a pleasant time o all who would attend the coming dances and euchres to be given under their patronage The principal address of the evening was delivered by Augustus Bizot whose j friends hope to see him a member of the1 next Board of Councilmen After con gratulating the members of Makin on adding to its roll the names ofsu h worthy men as were just initiated the proceeded to speak upon the various beneficial features of the TouuglIens Institute and for half an hour held his auditors spell bound Mr Bizot Is a pleasing speaker much on the order of James J Fitzgerald and at the conclusion of his remarks which made a decided impression on the old as well as the new members there was a great nod long continued outburst pfapplauseThe nine candidates willbe init iated the latter part Mtthis mortbwhen an open sneeting will beheld During the talks cigars were passed around and- O interested and pleased were visitors andmenibers that it was near midnight before sdjouriiment toot place e c MEMORIAU SERVICES Loubville CouBcilof the Knights1 pf Columbus wjll hold their memorial 4ii1 rfces on Jtfie evening of Wednesday November ap for which a blab orate pro graujtne fai now being arranged The iierdsesi wiU be yery impressive and llObaeofon IJ fI- lllIJ i I f Hiect Charles V Orahiar Mayor and Dcteat Or Ilticmki f r LIi ++HH++HOOt HH1 t t t t tt t t t t t t t t t Ht++++++++++ t+ tWILL LIFT DEBT Successful Plan Inaugurated by the Members ofthe DomIn lean Parish Leading Members of Con grega tion Organize a Debt Pay ing Association Hope to Clear Debt of 4OOOO in the Next Six or Seven Years SPIRITUAL ADVANTAGES TO MEMBERS There has recently been formed a Debt Association In St Louis Bertrands parish for the purpose of paying off the outstanding principal and interest on the imposing and beautiful Limerick church Every member of the congregation is considered a member of the association each of whom will enter heartily into the laudable undertaking The parish has been divided into about thirty districts with a collector for each whose duty it will be tercall upon every family in his district the first week of every month and receive their monthly contributions to ward paying off the debt now upon the church The names of the contributors and the amount paid will be posted on a bulletin to be placed in the vestibule of he church The debt now upon St Louis Bertrands church amounts to about 40000 and Its believed that by pushing this plan vigorously it will be wiped out entirely within the next six or seven years with out burdening any one The officers of the association all well knQwn and capable gentlemen and earnest workers are as follows President John P Cassilly Vice PresidentMatt ODoherty Secretary Will PMcDonogh Treasurer J F Wager Rev J D Fowler exofficib member of Executive Committee Thecollectorsandmembers of Execu tive Committee are Martin Callahan Will Imorde Will Perry Dr Max M Eble Daniel Doherty Henry Wagner Michael Moriarity John Brennan John Barry William WBut John Baker Lawrence Meaney Prank McCormick John E Brown John Grotty John Kelly Michael Hogan E J jUcDonough M JWalsh John Hennessey Joseph Mort horst Edward Wagner Harry Brady Michael McDermott Joseph Cole J J Ka8n ugh Thomas Bolion Joseph Schoeneman and Patrick Kilkenny The spiritual advantages to be derived by members of the Church Debt Associa tionare a IrstTbey become benefactors of the Order of St Dominici for whom living ordeadacltptieetbf the order int1t whole world say thirtythree masses yearly Also four splwaa requiem masses are sungeaeb year f r the departed bane factors B sid s s achnvent stays seventy masses yearly Jot benefactors Moreover our convent says two special masses for the fuemberspf this eOnfr- aternty every week The tUfail ths thousands and thousands of 1- Japplfcjbteto the departed as welll1Aa to the living im- SecoM4Messb oo participate lit ail the yood wotks of the eir4esssaesos- a j f- c ec missions divine office stings and austerities P The forgoing plan has been adopted in many other cities and hasten found to work most satisfactorily qfHe a number of churches having paidofpheavy debts in a surprisingly short s cf tim- eCATHOLICICNGHTSI ai 1 Important BusIneaslFor Central Commltte Ffrli day Night ki z ot 0 The regular monthly meetlng of the Central Cpmmittee of the Catholic Knights of America takes place Friday night at St Marys Hallr and as much important business must be President Harry Veeneman transactedI present a full representation branch in the three Falls cities For some time past the prominent members oithe Central Committee have had under consideration the matter of the disposal of the funds now In the treasury which are considerable Some advocate their expenditure for organizing purposes but the great majority seem to think these fqnds should be held for the purposeof aiding worthy members who are sick or Out of work Not a few favor a division for both purposes The question is a live one and willbring out able discussion The Central Committee has thus far been very successful and is doing good work for all the local branches and the order at large The visits made are very encouraging and the results therefrom will be apparent at the nexLState con vention Many are eagerly waitinst the decision of the committee on the subject of another celebration in the near future It is proposed to give an entertainment during tim winter that will eclipse any heretofore attempted by the Catholic Knights CENTRAL LABOR UNION J tElects DeIegathstoStat arid American Fedaatlon of iab9l f The election of delegates to the State and American Federation of Labor brought out a large attendance at last Sundays meeting of the Central Labor Union Jour unions seat new delegates and appeals from unioiofother cities for aid and cooperation received favorable action Carl N Bolander pf theTailors Union was elected delegate to the American Federation of Labor convention which meets at Scranton Pu December 5 John Fuchs of the Brewers Union was chosen alternate Both are b1nd conserva tive men and the CentralJ Labor Union iis sure to be well represented Henry A Carfiefd was the choice for delegate to the State Fedsratloa of Labor which meets at Lexing w om November 12 A better selection ok1 not bave- beenmad SC Mos pC the Retail Clerks was elected JtpHtoe Vice Presil dency by acclamation i itYIePJl8td 1t nayotthe tfatldoa organisation of clerks was present from Denver a id addressed the body his remarks b Iag well received Drafts of bills to finite a Bureu of rand declaringth 8rt Monday n- SeemberalegaIbol14 were referred to the Legislative COseiIttO DbriVittcViA1U Moepted tp enMd the tlngi l I Council after which ths interesting ses ton was brought to II close W i 2 1 l CLOSE OF BAZAR Was the Most Successful Ever I Given in the City of Louisville Xtiedorkrnnz Hall Was Crowded Nightly by Friends of the Orphans o z Sum Realized Reaches Away Up Into the Thousands l of Dollars I SOME OF THE MANY PRIZE WINNERS l i The greatest bazar ever held In Louis ville came to a close Thursday night at Liederkranz Hall and the clergymen and ladies and gentlemen of the city who have labored so assiduously for its suc cess during the past three months may well feel proud over their work The results are indeed gratifying to Catholics and charitable people generally Since the opening on Monday October 21 the hall has nightly presented an animated J and brilliant scene being always thronged with people who were desirous pf contributing their share to the noble undertakingThespirited but always friendly rivalry that has existed between the twentyone parishes In this endeavor to provide a suitable and comfortable home for theI fatherless orphans Is now over and the enjoyable meetings and exciting Incidents connected therewith will longjj remain pleasant memories The sum realized has far exceeded the original expectations though the exact amount is not yet known President Edward J OBriens prediction that it would be the most successful bazar in thj history of Louisville has been fully verified both socially and financially While thousands visited the bazar dur ing the ten days there were hundreds unable toattend who it is presumed are willing to assist in providing a home for the orphans and this they can yet do by calling upon any of the pastors of the various churches In last weeks report of the bazar the names of some of the zealous and successful workers were then and are still unknown to the writer Among thosethus omitted was the pame of Mrs John Gray of West Chestnut street and her assistants whose efforts were only equaled by the brave spirit that missed no opportunity of filling bookswlth names upon the magnificent rug donated by Hubbuch Brothers Her work was Important factor and con tributed much toward swelling the re ceipts The handsome chair donated by George Lawless to the ladies of the Sacred Heart church for their booth was anothar moneymaker as was also the large and beautiful doll donated by the children of St Cedliii school for which Misses Maggie FlyuTi Agnes Demsey Agnes Ford Emma Fisher Florentine Ford Gussie Pifber Minnie Reagan arid Kate Carr cured the name of nearly wayManyspecial attention but none as much as the fine upright piano donated by Monte negro it Riehm through Rev Father York the beautiful brass bed from Trumbpii displayed aitSt Tstricks booth JIajUii flatly eaaio led bthHuh I- Im 0 1 0 the gift of David Welsh the well known Seventhstreet plumber upon which everybody was willing to take a chance The ladies from St Johns St Brigids and St Aloysius who had charge of the diningroom were kept busy at all times and all who patronized them were well pleased St Williams church was rep resented by two charming young ladies who were remarkably successful in gathering in the dimes They were almost irresistible as were hundreds of othersSpecial days were set apart for the children of the different schools Two of the smallest parishes Holy Cross and the Church of Our Lady in Portland brought the largest numbers Wednes day was the day set for the little orphans and of their visit Miss Elvira Sydnor Miller writes in Thursdays Times The little orphans from St Vincents Asylum at Preston Park had the time of their lives yesterday They were brought in town to attend the bazar given for their benefit All the good women con nectedwith the fair vied with one an other in making the day a red letter one for the small guests There was an ele gant and bountiful dinner served them and the good Sisters who had charge of the mall folks and they were allowed to enjoy themselves in the hall to their hearts content The Louisville Transfer Company generously carried them to and from the city free as their contribution to the fun and Mrs Marcus Doerhoefer stood ready at her table with 100 in quarters Each child got one of these quarters which he or she was free to spend on anything for sale at the tables at that price There were tempting balls of pop corn rattles small dolls fancy ornaments tops all sorts of juvenile toys certain to catch the eye of the young purchaser The children were taker home about 3 oclock in the afternoon perfectly delighted with their outing at the bazar and certain it is that their visit gave as much pleasure tor the good women at the halt as to the orphans themselvesSunday night there will be a meeting at St Francis Hall of the ladles and gen tlemen who have been conducting the bazar when plans wilt be arranged for the distribution of prizes not yet disposed of There are a large number of these and President OBrien urges all who can do so to attend The drawing for prizes Thursday nightI was exciting it being at times possible to gain admission to the hall The piano was awarded toa young lady of Boston Mass a niece of Rev Father Thomas York Miss M A Ryan ofI Seventeenth and High streets drew the Trum o brass bed and the leatber chair wenUtoC Emmet Fitzpatrick Twelfth and Delaware Tony Norton won th6 handsome silver set donated by Mr Ma lone Father Raffo a case of wine Father Rock gold bracelets and Father Cunningham a bride doll All connected with the bazar are elated over the results as the sum realized will reach away up into the thousands of dol lars The names of the winners of prizes yet to be drawn for will be given space in these columns GOING TO TEXAS Because of Poor Health John M ONeill Leaves Louisville John M ONeill who for many years past has been recognized as among the most successful of Louisvilles real estate dealers has disposed of his business here and will leave next week for San Antonio Texas where he expects to make his future home For more than a year he has been failing in health and it is be lieved the change in climate will soon result in his complete recovery Mr ONeill has resided in Louisville since boyhood His reputation for hon esty and integrity won for him countless numbers of patrons and friends who will learn with regret of his departure for the Lone Star State His family wiU follow him ao soon as he can make arrangements for their reception s JENNINGS FIN OAN The marriage of Peter Jennings and Miss Margaret Finegan brought together a large number of friends of the contracting parties Wednesday afternoon The ceremony was performed at St Louis Bertrands church by the Rev Father Fowler The bridesmaid wa9 Miss Maggie Jennings sister of the groom and Tom Finegan brother of the bride was best man A glowing touch of color was given to the handsome cray gowns of the bride and her maid by the big boquelspf American Beauties which they carried and the brilliant illumination of the church and altar Following the cere mony the newly weddeapair were tendered a wedding dinner and reception at the residence of Mr and Mrs Michael Finegan parentr of the lovely bride Friends and relatives numbering over one hundred called and showered the young couple with congratulations and many valuable presents Rev Father Fowler occupied prominent seat at the wedding dinner and rendered a happy toast to the bride The pair left Wednes lay night for Meniphls where they will make their home for the present accom hauled by the best wishes of their very large circle of friends 0 GolpantilIt8de by mixing metallic gold powder purchased at any paint store witH ja combination of one part varnish pale cop l preferable aad six parts of turpeatiiiev A llttic qHlctUme added to the varnish will absorb any- aoIttsre rt J 0- k 0 CY YM I Born in California and Has Grown to International Proportions Marvelous Progress of a Great Society For Catholic Young Man Grand and Supreme Councils and TheIr Officers and Jurisdiction FOR GOD AND FOR THEIR COUNTRY Although the Young Mens Institute has been in existence but a few years its progress has been marvelous Its remark able development has drawn toward It more than the usual attention glen to organizationsTheparticularlythosethe Far West are peculiarly interested in the order since it is the only beneficial and fraternal society originating in the greatnatlonaliindeecl O timprovementt tered with energygreatercame into being The hlstpryof fraternal societies in itselfUnderpurposes since the of eraIraternlty menningsutilizethecarrying out of their specific works The only theCatholic hadbeforei antiquity ofGodwas timeaHercharitable purposes her societies for the spreading and propagation of the Chris offraternity thefamilyafamily are Jtheighest Ideals of a fray teTVty the very personification of fraternity and as an aggregation of individuals and of families made up a nation so a nation as a unity and particularly out own nation is the most beautiful eseni plication of natinalfmternity iheworld has ever seen atthoujiltiit Jevery in the Union and in nearly every place In British Columbia which can support a council was founded in San Franclscpon March 4 1883 not quite nineteen years ago The men who formed this spcietysid organization complete consisted of John J McDade James F Smith George R Maxwell William H Gagan William T Ryan and Edward I Sheehan Five of these are still active spirits in the organization the other William H Gagan having departed this life a little more than three years ago- Judge James F Smith now one of the Justices of the Supreme Court in the Philippine Islands became the first President of the order then consisting pE one branch In the history of fraternal societies he was a unique character He possessed an indomitable energyiand perseverance which has characterized him not only in his connection with the Institute but in every walk of life where called him t pjudicialnowknownsubsequently as Grand President of heI Pacific Jurisdiction his name becamea household word wherever a branch of the Y M I existed As the order prpgreeeedandgw the leaders turned their thoughts to the estab JoseCouncil1885 and within five months the councils i from Mission No 3 to Vallejo No 13 were organized and have at all times maintained their existence The matt who took the Initiative In this work of organization was Jphn J McDade the afterwardbefirstWhen the requisite number of councili Coondm1 on July 4 1885 Mr Mcbade presided and was there elected Grand President and was again reelected by the GranJ Councils held in San Jose and SH mento II 01ThefourtbGraud In Stockton Cal in September J888 pre yious to which time council had been 1ingtCn Ohio and New York M W Flemibjp was here elected Grand President He JKSuUlfortwoteriqsOn jurisdictionj AckeDtvewi President ofwild jurisdiction which con tlauod uprto May J9 IBMihea it waJ cnlMUAAOkI COZcD r40KJG I i7 r1W o KENTUCKY IRISH flMEKIGflN hvoted to the Moral sd Social Advancemettt of all Irish Americans WXX4X4IA1X lU IGGINS Publ111er SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C Entered at the Louisville Postotflce as SecondClass Matter Udteualt nnualcaHonitothe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 3Z6 West Green Street qUNcILILOO- ISVILLT KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2 1901 ELECTION TUESDAY The election for city and count r officers which occurs next Tuesday should interest every voter in tbis city and county The Demo cratic nominees whose names ap pear on another page are too wel o known to need introduction at our hands They are all men of superior ability integrity and honor having only at heart the best interests of the people of our city t Charles F Grainger wilt make c an ideal Mayor and under his ad- ministrationI there will be none of that bickering and uncertainty which hinders material progress From his name down every candi date on the ticket is deserving of support and should receive at least 4 5000 majority The Democrat should all do their utmost between now and Tuesday to bring out a Oftill vote They should not scratch a single name on the ticket The Republicans are disheartened and are bending all their energies Ic retain control of the City Court But the success of Squire John McCann and the others happily seems a foregone conclusion- It may not be out of place to here call attention to what would result if Stratton were elected i Mayor The statement has been made that big Bill Deforrester wh has been charged with running crap games and is known to be an enemy of a large portion of our population will be Strattons Chief of Police This has not been de gGed1 by the Republicans Phil Boro is another nice Republican gera nium They and a lot of the others who four years ago tried to gain control of the city government by creating religious prejudice and dark lantern methods are again in the saddle and will stop at nothing that would land them in office This paper is not partisan but feels that it is its duty to speak out at this time and warn its readers of the calamity that will befall them in the event of Republican success We want Louisville saved from the blight of the bigots and the mis fortunes that would follow if they were allowed to win Vote the straight Democratic ticket and Louisville will be saved from the gang whose only purpose is to fatten off the people regard less of the consequences With this warning we feel that Stratton rr and his cohorts who have been secretly striving to bdng religion into the campaign but happily without success will meet deserved and ignominious defeat 4 lot straightby stamping under the rooster CZOLGOSZ A REPROBATE Some of the newspapers are dis isaing the query of Czolgoszs re ionwas he or was he not a Catholic The issue was started several weeks ago by an anti Catho lic paper aSsertipg that Czolgosz r as a product of the Catholic paro ch5al school then a Catholic paper J1said he was a result of godless public schools Both the disput atitscl im d have fully investi gated and published statements ihi former neighbors and ac Iuamtances to prove the correct nest their respective contentions Alasl ftr them and their investiga tionslCzqJgosz was illiterate n could neither read nor write and never attended any school Czbigoszs grandparents were probably Catholics as his parents are said to have professed to be Catholics year ago when they lived iB Michigan but they were m knpvyn to attend cimrch m j way practice ny religion Mttd their children to school or church So while Czolgosz may have been baptized in the Catholic church that is all he was brought up with out religion or education The en tire family were ignorant with no indications of religious belief or influence They were anarchists in belief to a greater or lesser de gree and as the first principle of anarchy is freedom from the superstitious belief in God and there can he no religion without a Godhead there would seem to be- no ground for controversy as to Czolgoszs religion or churchun less it is contended which it is not that the v Catholic or any othei church or school teaches anarchy Czolgosz was simply a reprobate upon whom religion and education would likely have had no bene ficial effect whether it had been Catholic or nonCatholic for he was devoid of all sense of sympathy and fellowfeeling which even the brutes possess GET OUT OF OUR WAY The American Tobacco Company has entered upon a war for the trade of Great Britain to the chagrin of the British tobacco dealers Presi dent Duke has been there to per sonally supervise the move and coolly told the Britishers his corn pany were after their trade and would start with 5000000 and spend more if necessary This was regarded as a bluff But President Duke seems to have attended to business as well as talk American agencies were established drum mers suddenly appeared throughout Great Britain shipments of American tobacco for chewing and smok ing of superior quality arrived and is now being sold in the shops cheaper than inferior English grades which are being ignored Then it is learned that the American company is preparing to erect an immense warehouse at an Irish port prob ably Cork as headquarters from which they can promptly fill orders for all grades of tobacco The Brit ishers were stunned then they met organized and determined to drive the Yankee out of the market Their first move is to withdraw from agents and traders all bonuses so they can reduce the price to compete So Great Britain is likely to enjoy a cutrate tobacco war and before it is over they will have an illustration of how the American conducts a cutrate war sells below cost busts his competitors gets all the trade and winds up rich In the meantime the people of the British isles will chew and smoke tobacco the like of which they never dreamed of It takes the Yankee to do such things The British tobacco men may as well prepare to get out of the business for they will soon realize that they know nothing about tobacco or tricks of trade alongside of the American PERSONALTY ASSESSMENT City Assessor Murphy some days ago completed the distribution of blank schedules among all city taxpayers for re urns of personal property for the year 1902 Under the law these schedules hould have been returned before today ThOC who liave neglected this matter must now submit to arbitrary assessment KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Sunday November 24 has been se eded as the date for the initiation of a great number of new members into Louisville Council of the Knights of Columbus and the conferring of degrees Iarge numbers of distinguished members of the order from the principal ctliee of he Union are expected to lie juriirit to take part ill the exerciaaaf IJMfbville CnigbtB are making xUwrf arrange tMuts for the entitISiM t 6t their isIUng brethren upon thfa auspicious CCI01i Vote rlrT yJ D- l1 t 1 fJ 1 Wiltteii for U XiiUokr Iriik Anrlcai AU REVOIR TO OCTOBER Octobers beautiful last golden day Has comethe hours are flectiug fast The precious moments swiftly glide away And soon will be a memory of the past Alit yes the month of the Rosary blest Will soon be goneits azure sky Has fadedthe sun sinks in the west And all is dark with gloomalsoI goodbye Au revoir October but not goodbye My heart your beauty never can forget For love will live love can not die Dear month of the Rosary I shall regret KATHXBEN DON IEAV Louisville y- rS9S9S9SSS969SSS9S9 socIDsVRic- hard rJ A Dawson has returned to the city after a pleasant visit with friends ai Owenton Edward McCarthy Bank street who has been ill of typhoid fever is reported much better Mrs Thomas Mitchell is home from Danville where she visited her sister Miss Sue Harris Miss Leila McFerrau a pretty and in teresting Danville girl was here visiting friends this week Miss Carrie Graham who has been vis iting at Henderson was this week the guest of friends at Cloverport Mrs Agnes Graham has gone to Mar shall 111 where she ii1 the guest of her friend Miss Maggie McKeever Mrs J J Campbell of Memphis was here this week visiting the family of her son Edwin Campbell First street William D Lea and wife of 1039 Franklin street are home from a weeks visit to the PanAmerican at Buffalo Misses Mattie and Mamie Lewis have returned to their home in Bardstown after a pleasant visit with friends in this cily Miss Nana Martin of Salem 111 was this week the charming guest of her cousin Miss Nellie Martin Jefferson Terrace Miss Gertrude Rattermans many West End friends were deHghled to see her out again after a five weeks illness of typhoid fever Mrs M E Bowling who has been the guest of her daughter Mrs Ed Camp bell returned this week to her home at Elizabeth town Miss Minnie Zoeller of South Louis yule has been spending the past week as the guest of Mrs William OConnell in Clark county Ind Miss Namie Clay of Paris was the guest of friends here the past week She is quite popular and her departure for home was regretted Mrs Patrick OBrien of Reservoir Park has almost entirely recovered from her recent illness to the great relief of her wide cfrcle of friends Misses Elsie Carpenter and Fannie and Anna Robertson three attractive visitors from Elizabelhlown were here with friends during the past week Miss Bettie Ray a pretty and well known society girl has been receiving marked social attention at Elizabelhlown where she visited Mrs J S Grimes Mrs F C Simpson 306 West St Catherine street arrived home this week from Bardstown where she had a de lightful visit with her sister Mrs J D Wickliffe Miss Mary Kelly who was able to be remove to her home in Portland last week after a serious illness at the infirmary has ben improving steadily and xpects to he out again next week The Post of last Saturday contained eally fine pictures of Mrs Dr Louis Jroring and Mrs Joseph Denunzio two of the most earnest and charming lady workers at the recent orphans bazar Tne residents of Crescent Jill are rejoiced over the recovery of Mrs Thomas Gilmore and Miss Emma Stitell whose llness was a source of much anxiety among their numerous friends and admirers West End and other readers of the Kentucky Irish American are rejoiced over the recovery of Andrew Butler the we11 known traveling salesman who has been quite ill at his home ou Portland avenue Miss Ashby was an attractive bride Vednesday Her marriage to Edward Quick was celebrated at the Holyl Name ectory Rev Father OConnor perform ing the ceremony The bride was hand omely attired and carried a large bouquet of roses The contracting parties are well known and received congratulations of a host of friends Mrs James Sweeney wife of the well known Jeffersonville boat builder and oundryman was removed to the Mercy Hospital last Monday She was in a critical condition us the result of an Incas of typhoid fever Her many lends will be relieved of great anxiety by the news that her condition baa reatly improved Mrs Sweeney is sue of the most popular women in Jefferson ville The ManJage of MM LoUise Stey of- 4lBat r avenue Mad S W Clark of- Fitdueab brought together a large Burn bet of jh1lr friends Wediieaday morning rrhe otrettiony was performed at St diMi church Rev Father Richard lUkJlelyl ordained and brother of ic groom pronouncing the word that sited the hippy pair The bride was t Dom T f one of the most popular young ladies 1in the East Eud and her departure from this city wilt be sincerely regretted especially in musical circles Mr Clark I a iIs successful young business man ofI PaduCah and a cousin of Dr F S Clark of this city After the wedding Ute newly wedded couple left for Nelson county where they will spend thei honeymoon with the grooms parents SHORT AND BRIEF Some people will never be cured oi smoking until they allow their wives to buy theirH cigars Call a man a lucky dog and hes flattered call Lira a puppy and he land on your jaw Call a woman a chick and youve won her call her a hen and secure t6ur ticket for a better land f Senator Mabon of Illinois in a speec last Friday ata banquet at Warren Ohio named Hill and Watlersou as the next standardbearers of the Democratic part That would indeed be a combination hard to keep in harmony The case of the United States against City Buyer Harry Weaver charged with intimidating colored voters by bribery iin the TurnerEvans Congressional electio of 1898 was called in Judge Evans court Monday and set for November 7 James Mcgarry the original of F Peter DunnijiVDooley died at Chicag on Tuesdayt an advanced age Me Garry was formerly a saloonkeeper we11 known locally for his wit and the wlntr sical philosophy he brought to bear on passing events High School rowdies created a great disturbance jt Macauleys Theater last Saturday night The leader was ery properly placed under arrest They now threaten totJansfer their patronage 10 the gallery d the Avenue which meat trouble for that house also F J Kierce the California lawyer now Supreme President of the Young Mens Institute is among the number of applicants for charter membership in the Knights of Columbus Council now being organized in San Francisco as are also Rev Fathers McQuade Grant and OConnellLeon the assassin of Presi dent McKinley paid the penalty for his awful crime Tuesday morning He was electrocuted at the Stale Prison at An burn N Vtand died without any expression off remorse for his horribl deed The Remains were buried in the prison cemetery and nolhing belonging to him was allowed to be taken away Talking ofr Noahs ark reminds me of the Chicago University professor who had a plain Irish girl working for him as- a domestic One day he came to her and said Kate I wonder why it must have been that Noah had every nationality on the face of Gods earth in the ark with him except ttie Irish Why is Iit I have so often wondered at it Kate replied Shure theres nothing new about that The Irish h dan irk of their own In Washington Catholic circles it iis believed that the next consistory of the Catholic church at Rome will be held in FcbruarywBen Pope Leo XIII attain the twentyfifth year of his pontificate While there have been no definite advice to this effects it is thought that this assembly will open the jubilee to signalize the closing of the quarter century of Pope Leos regime and that he will take advantage of iit to deliver an alocution taking a strong position on the questioi assassination among other things The diocese of St Augustine Fla is one of the smallest in point of number in the United States the Catholic popu lation numbering only 7000 althougl the parish of St Augustine is the oldest In the land t The first colonists came from Spain in 1565 more than half a century before the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth The parish was fully organized at that plriod and a full set of its records of baptisms and marriages fron the year 1594 is in a perfect state of preservation i These records are now it the city of Itavana whither they were arried in 179c at the first change which uade Florida pass under English rule RECENT DEATHS Catherine Tierney aged sixt two ears died atan early hour Thursday morning at Ijer home 1515 Rowan treet where she had resided for many years Her funeral took place yesterday morning the interment being at St ohns cemetery- Michael Keegan the sixtetniyearoU1 son of John Keegan died of consumption at the family residence 732 West Ken- tuCky streetijkst Wednesday evening The funeral took place from St Louis lerlrands church Friday morning at 0 oclock The deceased was a steady industrious yourij man and will be a great loss lo his family May his soul rest in peace Mrs Maria jCuneo mother of J Pink uneo passed peacefully away Thursday after an illnese of several months She was a native ofllaly but had lived here for fortytwo years Mrs Cuneo leaves beside her son two daughters Misses Kate and Mary Cuneo to mourn her loss She was prominent in Italian society circles and only her advanced age prevented her from being active among them Her funeral takes place this morning from the Cathedral NEW VATICAN ROOMS The V ticaH the largest palace in the korlcl will ftoom receive another addition o its bulk whifh will bring up the aura ber of its room j to 12000 The Pope has decided toer I at three new buitdiniI- sOriecontainlu 800 rooms will be used ahoiue the pilgrims8comingto Rome bile the other4wo which will be much Im U iwUl b j added to the Vatican luaeunu la the laat mentioned building will be pMed all the artistic offer age that Leo XIII hag received during ia p nlincate 1t Separate costs are now almost an much tewaiatlaudeveryIVEesbopHh the tailors have many mart models for eir cuttoiaera toanderatlon U- a v M iI CONT1NUKD VKOM IIRST TACK divided into the new jurisdictions createe therein by the first Supreme Council James F Smith was elected Gram President of the Pacific jurisdiction in 1891 and his administration was one of the most memorable in the order as he made a tour during which he visited every council therein C P Rendoi was next elected Grand President at Fresno in 1892 and was succeeded by F J Murasky at the Grand Council held at Marysville in 1893 The latter made effort to convene a Supreme Council of the order during his term of office but without success The tenth Grand Council held in Sat Francisco in 1894 elevated F J Kierce now Supreme President to the Presidency of the Pacific jurisdiction Lilt his predecessor Judge Smith he visited all the councils alloted to the Pacific jurisdiction It was during his term of office that a plan for the organization of the Supreme Council satisfactory to the Atlantic and Pacific jurisdictions was formulated The delegates elected to the first Supreme Council from the Pacific jurisdiction were Messrs J J McDade J F Sullivan J F Smith F J Murasky F J Kierce James Galfagher and Franl McGlynn John Lynch was elected Grand Presi dent of the Pacific jurisdiction at the eleventh Grand Council held at Vallejt in 1895 It was during his term of office that the Supreme Council was held con vening at Denver in February 1890 The action of the Supreme Council in separating the Atlantic and Pacific into the Grand Council jurisdictions now existing had the effect of shortening his term to eight months The eleventh Grand Council at Vallejo was the last general gathering of delegates represent lag the councils in the now Northwest and Pacific Grand Council jurisdictions lu the Atlantic jurisdictions the Grant Presidents elected at the five Gram Councils held were F E Mackentepe two terms T A Bruhl J J Maher and Judge H W Rives of Kentucky The delegates from the Atlantic jurisdictiot to the first Supreme Council were II W Rives I L Gaynor Charles B Adams F D Lyon M T Corcoran C A Korbly W E Kenney W D Sexton Rev D P OBrien P B Costello and James A Mulligan The council con vened at Denver on February 15 1896 I J McDade was elected Supreme Presi dent The next Supreme Council met at St Louis in October 1898 when F J Kierce was chosen Supreme President He was again reelected at Denver in October 1900 and still ably fills that important position The history of the V M I since the adjournment of the firs Supreme Council centers around the work of that body in controlling and di reeling the different jurisdictions and detached councils and in aiding and assisting in the carrying on of their work The Young Mens Institute is a Catho lic society It appeals for its member ship to those who are of the Catholic faith and to assist mother church it elevating man through unity and fra ternity to the heights of charity good will and benevolence is its mission am has ever been its purpose It require neither convincing argument nor per suasive eloquence to show that this society appeals to right thinking met whatever be their creed At the very threshold of membership it is expected that an applicant shall live np to the cardinal principles upon which this order is founded The constitution provide that the objects of the V M I are mutual aid and benevolence the moral social and intellectual improvement ol its members and the proper develop ment of sentiments of devotion to the Catholic church and loyalty to out country in accordance with its motto Pro Deo Pro Patria More than any other fraternal society the V M I has modeled its laws and plan of operation after that masterpiece of the worlds statesmanship the pride of every model and the perfection of every master the constitution of the United States In our country we have a Gen eral Government and a Federal constitu tion which guide and direct the general affairs of the several States but without interference with their internal workings In the V M I we have a Supreme Council constitution in which is vested supreme authority over the several Grand Council jurisdictions having a uniformity of general laws but without interfering with the local conditions peculiar to the separate jurisdictions Beneath the various State governments exist the various county governments We have the subordinate councils standing in the same general relations to the different Grand Council jurisdictions that the several counties stand to their respective States We have under the American form of government the different Territories not yet strong enough to sustain a State government and under the direct supervision andcontrol of the General Government and in the Institute to complete the parallel we have letached councils under the direct super vision and control of the Supreme Council and its officers because they are not as yet able to sustain a Grand Council jurisdictionBut be asked Why the necessity of a Catholic fraternity like the Y M I Are there not other fraternities which you may join Admitting that there are such bodies why debar the Catholic young men from having in addition a society which while it is most thoroughly American shall bring under its benign influence pot only the Gilbollc who may join existing fraternities but tlso the Catholic laymen who would lever enter their portals Another adds But arethere not other such societies of a Catholic nature why the need of the VM 11 It lis true there are other Cath lic soci tieV but not one of them is founded upon the plan of oursnot one performing the work that ours ii ac uiplithingi Some of the existing Catholic SocietieS confine their membership to a particular nationality others arc owe raternall InsuranCe societies and still theraaremrelt i iorick benefit 0- tt ones All of these ire dng in their particular sphere good work but it re tnained for the founders of the Young liens Institute to establish a society which knows none of the narrow limit of color or nationality a society which has a constitution like the country Iin which it was born broad enough grand enough and large enough to bring under its folds every person worthy of membership whether he be the petted sCion of wealth or the man who in the busy workshop or beneath the bronzing midday sun earns his living by honest manual toll This society like the church itscll is Catholic it is universal it desires every good man to enter its ranks and differentiates not between the classes and the masses The V M I is Catholic and it is American The progress which this society has made has been rapid Its growth has been marvelous mainly because it met a pressingI be solved If you ask a particular Individual he will narrow them by the com pass of his own understanding and of his immediate circle Hence the necessity of united and conjoint action and the interchange of opinion at frequent intervals Mutual aid and benevolence are among the objects of the V M I Sick or death benefits alone are not the incentives or inducements which bring members to our ranks These benefits are desirable and needful when unforesee circumstances require that they be applied for in the hour of sickness trial or tribulation and when aid and benevolence are required The Y M I bas never been remiss in dispensing charity from her treasury and that charity and benevolence constant compassionate efficacious and Universal Another portion of the mission of the Young Mens Institute is the moral social and intellectual improvement 01 our young men and of our membershi This is probably the base of the great work which it is accomplishing In thh land every man has a right to advance and improve He may rise by his own merits irrespective of the position iOt situation in life from whence he came He has a right to aspire to any position in the gift of the people from the most lowly to the highest The brightes names in our history are the names iot men who have sprung from an obscut origin Each man after all must act iiin and of himself in the advancement iot everything which pertains to naliom progress Out of the life of the ind vidual flows the stream of the world But the Young Mens Institute after all while a society of Catholics is not a sodality It is a society of laymen for the accomplishment through its plan 01 operation of general good in a moral ii- a in social and in an intellectual way The intellectual advancement of the members is of paramount importance The spread lag and dissemination of Catholic truth is a most necessary thing The order expects to accomplish this in various ways By means of suitable libraries and reading rooms by the printed word and upon the lecture platform the V M I presents to the people of this continen the truths of Catholic history and phil osophy and the truths concerning the doctrines and dogmas of the Catholic church the great part she has played iin the worlds history and her influence upon civilization It is the mission of the Institute in accordance with its con stitution to properly develop sentiment of devotion to the Catholic church and loyalty to our country in accordance with its motto Pro Deo Pro Patria The first duty of the Catholic as a citi zeu is to stand for all that is implied in the term for liberty order education qnd opportunities The Catholic should be in the very forefront of the march of progress The Institute desires to brink under its influence men anxious for self improvementassertive energetic enterprising men willing to assist in thi elevation of their fellows and aid and encourage them in various ways Mere ethical culture is not the basis of true moral improvement With the birth of the Y M I a movement was begun which is certainly destined to ac complish great things not only for the culture but for the advancement of Cath olics in this country The organizers of this society were earnest in their desire to benefit their fellowCatholics and theii fellowcitizens they were eager to see effective work done and they took early opportunity to urge upon young men the necessity of uniting into one grand body for their moral social and intellectual improvement and advancement The principle which inspired the existence ol the Institute is as old as reason itself as unchanging as truth and as lasting as the church The work left undone by other societies the V M I has taken up and it is the noble and responsible mission of this order to carry this work to a successful conclusion Mans religious nature is the sequence of his rational nature The lloftiest intellects in all ages have hall the deepes religious convictions Different periods have different aspirations American patriotism is needed patriotism active and intensepatriotism speaking with noble pride with throb bing heart Civis Americanus I am an American citizen Let us lend our efforts to crown the miracles of our past with the spectacle of a republic compact united indissoluble in the bonds of love serene and resplendent at summit of human achievment and earthly glory TO SAVE OR TO SPEND Pa You have been a good boy today ohuny so I guess Ill give you ten ents for pocket money Jofcnny I think Id rather have iit for pending money pa GRAND OUT OP TOWN EXCURSION Big FourRoute Sunday Nov 3 to points in Indiana Gas Belt Special train eaves Seventhstreet Union depot at 7 oclock a m Returning train arrives at ouisville at 11 4ft p m Extremely low round trip rate as follow Ruehville lJKnlghlatownii Anderson J135 KUD ie 125 AIexaiIrlaI21 Porf iyely the last excursion of the season icketa oa sale at city office 18 Fourth venue audat S v rittttreetldepot 1 Qatei General Agent l 51 cIJ I TEMPLETHEATERf A1EFFERJ STOCK COMPANY tN The Private Secritary William Gillettes Great Comedy Success OUR VAUDEVILLE STARS songiUustratibgCole and DeLosse and others Matinees at 200 Night Performances at 800 Popular Prices lOc 15c 25c 35c and 60c BUCKINGHAM 0llttriI Matinees Sunday Mocday Wednetdajr Saturday RoyalsHeaded yUle World BEDINI AND ARTHUR Englands Premier Jugglers An olio of select vaudeville celebrities burlesqueOFF IGSSOllSOllhalOMiss 1731 PORTLAND AVE Terms reasonable to young pupils who join classes now Up Stairs Over English Woolen Hills Store One Door Welt ol the DIll Store IDEAL DENTISTRY at reasonable prices at th- eMammoth Painless Dental Parlors 436 and 438 W Market Street Superjb Crown and Bridgework Ele gant Gold and Porcelain Crown Best equipped office in the city LOUIS A BROKING D D S1 PROPRIETOR The Acknowledged Standard of Ex cellence Quick Meal Gas Ranges Every one sold speaks for itself and one sells another GEHER SON 214 Market near Second IllinoiS G6lltraI BEST AND QUICKEST LINE BETW- EENLouisville Memphis A- NDNew OrleansTwo Fast Trains Daily Ves tibule Throughout and Lighted by Gas Cafe Diners Buffet library Cars SleepersFree Cars Close Connections to and from Arkansas Texas and the Southwest NEW HOT SPRINGS LINE via MEMPHIS SleoperreservationBfrom Louisville or Now Orleans to Hot Spring- sExcursion Sleepers Through to California From Chicago Cincinnati or Louisville without change and at low rates anyIllinoisWJMCBRIDB City AgentFourthand troWeviUeATI OP A Chicago Wai Alfred JCeljI AOPAI4aasI1u 11ma tTz1U om i t C IO1St- AMJ 7 VOTE THE STRAIGHTDEMOCRATIC CITY AND i T COUNTY TICKET The Democrats of Louisville and Jeffer son County have brought to a close what promises to be the most successful cam paign in the history of the party in this the metropolis of Kentucky The elec tion which is to take place Tuesday next will have a farreaching effect on the politics as well as the business of the city and State That the ticket will be elected is conceded by even leading Republicans life only question now being as to ma jorities This is predicated however on the supposition that the full registered vote will be brought out on November 5 All factions in the party are united This has not been the case for many years before With a united party and the opposition badly divided it is appar ent to everyone that the Democratic ticket ought to be elected by at least 5000 majority for the lowest man on the ticket Not only will Mr Grainger and his associates get the full Democratic vote but they have every reason to ex pect 95 per cent of the union labor vote and several thousand Republicans who are dissatisfied with the management of the Republican party by the clique in the Custom House The campaign just closed has been conducted on broad and dignified lines There has been no abuse heaped on the Republican party or its candidates Ex cept for the criticism indulged in by Republicans themselves of Mr Sapps machine methods there has been noth ing said against the individual candidates picked out by Sapp while much could be said as to the incompetence of many of them to fill the places to which they aspireNow at the close of the campaign it is not out of place to say a word as to the personnel of the Democratic ticket headed by Charles F Grainger Every body concedes that Mr Grainger will make a model Mayor He is young full of energy has good business capacity and long experience in municipal politics The politicians can not fool him He has a head of his own nnd a way of his own He is a native of Louisville knows the people and loves his city He has pledged himself to devote his entire time to developing the business interests and being a manufacturer himself will try to encourage new industries It is a high tribute to Mr Grainger and the company over which he presides that a strike has never taken place in the big foundryand machine shop now so successfully in operation under his management It is no wonder that labor men and leading Republicans are enthusiastic for the Democratic nominee We herewith present the pictures of gentlemen whom we ask our readers to vote for in the order in which their names appear on the ballot James B Brown nominee for the im portant office of Tax Receiver is also a native of Louisville He has for four years filled the important position of as sistant under James B Camp has hand led millions of dollars and accounted for every cent At the same time he has been courteous with the public Charles Neumeycr the efficient Incum- bentl in the Auditors office is a leading German citizen and no man has ever filled that office more acceptably He will get almost the solid German voteI Of James B Camp it is hardly aecear sari to peeka Heja tlie preemteMieieat Tax Receives and oWiiiasptrea to be- dkr TreMwrer Everybody c W Jmii majorityQ1htq 1 1n i John McCann for Judge of the Police Court has served the people faithfully as Magistrate and as State Senator He is well qualified by long experience on the bench to preside over the Police Court John McCann will get many Republican votes as well as the support of every Democrat who has the success of his party at heart He will make an able and fearless Judge No more competent man has ever held the office of Clerk of the Police Court than Alf V Oldham The Republican Judges who have examined his work dur ing the past four years have given him high testimonials Mr Oldham has been faithful in the discharge of his duties and his record is without a flaw William Bosler ought to get a very large majority for Bailiff of the Police Court He had no opposition in the primary which is an indication of his strength and popularity Robert J Hpgan for Prosecuting At torney of the Police Court is a young lawyer of ability and energy He will be a credit to the position and will dis charge his duties faithfully No man has ever filled the office of County Judge more acceptably than James P Gregory and his majority will be very large as it should be He is one of the most dignified and capable Judges on the bench of Kentucky whether in the Circuit or Appellate Courts Joseph Huffaker for Commonwealths- Attorney ia a rising young lawyer full of life wltvteoi jnetthe man for the poolljou to which be Mplrea Fie Wlll grace the office and Will be a terror to evildoers J Samuel B Kirby for County Attorney is one of the most popular lawyers in the Louisville bar as well as one of the most learned He is besides a sterling Democrat always with the party in victory or defeat John R Pflanz for Jailer is now servo ing his first term in that office He has as many friends as any man in Jefferson county and his majority ought to be large on account of his splendid record He is always doing some kindly act for some one E T Schmitt for Sheriff has been a deputy in that office for many years Everybody knows and likes Dick Schmitt and it is a foregone conclusion that he will be the next Sheriff by the largest majority ever given a candidate t William J Semonin could probably be elected County Assessor as long as he lives so good a record has he made in permitIant for the important office of County Clerk and when he takes charge of that office it is safe to predict he will fill it as acceptably as he has filled the office of Assessor He will he a worthy successor of Mr Johnson Dr Harris Kelly for Coroner is a dis tinguished young physician and when he assumes the duties of Coroner will bring to the office the requisite qualifica tions He is one of the most popular young gentlemen in the practice G Benson Q Herr nominee Cbuntty Assessor is one of the mOlt rpoputa young Win finatke county He stanch high wlthhfe neighbors as was evidenced at the primary He jsi Jthoroughly quell- find for UK dada Q Robert Young for County Surveyor is one of the most capable men in his profession and that he will be reelected is a foregone conclusion Mrs Rosa Stonestreet for County Superintendent of Schools is the in cumbent in that office She is a widow and has a family dependent upon her She has made a fine record and her majority ought to be large L Democrats ought to pay particular attention to the Legislative races and see that all the nominees are elected H S McNutt who is making the race for Senator in the Thirtysixth District is a well known business man of Louis ville He ought to get the full Demo cratic vote as tie is a Democrat who has never deserted his party C W L Weller Jr for Senator in the Thirtyeighth District is one of the most popular Democrats in the city and his majority ought to bellarge ac The Legislative candidates are all capable men Herman D Newcomb who is running in the Fortyfourth Dis trict is a young lawyer well qualified join H Utterle uierved In the die went7wreI n l John Young is President of the Barbers Union and is making a winning race in the Second and Third wards r Lawrence Reichert in the Foiuth and Fifth wards James P Edwards in the Sixth and Seventh wards H P McDonald in the Eighth and Ninth wards Michael Burke in the Tenth ward u And Thomas Drewry in the Eleventh and Twelfth wards have been malting active canvasses and ought to win by big majorities No better ticket was ever presented to the people of Louisville than the twelve men named for Aldermen Here they are Abner Harris Henry S Cohn Nathan M Urii yT G Wallace Embry Harry Weisainger T J OBryan W J QHearri Humphrey Kriecht R B Gllbeit fames B Smith 4s James J Fitzgerald Paul C Barth These men would bea credit to a Legislative body in my city in the world They are leaders in business at the bar and in other profesaloneand itia con ceded that no better men old have been picked out The seine is true of tbelnoffiineee for the Council M follows First Ward Job B roa and Augustus I t i m i i Second Ward Barnhard Buckle and William P Schwartz Third WardA J Domeck and T J Yeager Fourth WardHenry Seller and 1I Newton Shepard Fifth WardC C Early and Madison B Seville Sixth WardSamuel S Blitz and Charles D Greer Seventh WardUpton W Muir and Frank S Cook Eighth Ward Alvah L Terry and Arthur Board Ninth WardAlbert S Smith and Lee CohnTenth WardFred J Hummel and W E Palmore Eleventh WardHerman Christen and Julius E BIerach Twelfth WardJ W Drake and Augustus Miller With men of this high character in the Legislative department of the city all ready to carry out the policy of the Mayor and united for the common good the city will have a government such as it never had before From the beginning everybody has conceded that the municipal legislative ticket was the best ever namedFor Park Commissioners the old reliable three Gen Joan B Castleman Louis Seelbach and Gottleib Layer have been named for reelection and their fine records ought to insure them large majoritiesFor Trustees the vote will be viva voce and there seems to be no doubt about the election of the following nomi nees First WafdS Snodgrass v Second and Third 1VardsChas A LangFourth and Fifth Wards Samuel Morningstar Sixth and Seventh WardsGavin H CcchrnnEighth and Ninth WardsDr J W Gnlvin Tenth WardDr R E Galvin Eleventh and Twelfth Wards Jos B AtkinsonIt that honest and cap able wen be elected Magistrates as the law now gives these officers more juris diction than formerly and they sit in the Fiscal Court No mistake will be made in voting for the following nominees in the several districts First DistrictG C Shadburn Second DistrictDavid McKinley Third DistrictChas J Fegenbush Fourth DistrictJ P Shively Fifth DistrictJohn N Velten Sixth DistrictEd Meglemry Seventh District Joe Keyer Eighth District John M Adams Almost as important are the Constables and the following excellent men have been named in the several districts for this office First District Hugo Schultz Second DistrictJordan Floore Third DistrictConrad Kaiser Fourth District Chas H Hilbert Fifth District Frank Hoffman Sixth District Joseph Short Seventh DistrictEdward OConnor Eighth District John Kavanaugh- It is the duty of every citizen to vote The people will have an opportunity of voting for a splendid set of men next Tuesday by stamping under the Democratic device the rooster Between now and Tuesday every friend of Mr Grain ger and his associates should make it a point to urge his neighbors to turn out on Tuesday and vot- eTHEATRICALS Next week the Avenue will present one of the seasons strongest attractions The Night Before Christmas is a fine character play a pastoral drama that embodies all the beauties of the best of this class of plays The scenes of the play are taken from a quaint Ohio town and are so homelike so natural and beautiful that this atmosphere seems to prevail even in the theater Col Shaw should have another big weeks business with this attraction Clarks New Royals a thoroughly uptodate aggregation of unusual excel lence will be the offering for next week at the Buckingham Theater The show is made up of American and European talent with a distinct novelty in the Eng lish specialty of Bedini and Arthur whom Manager Clark imported from England the past summer from every where we hear the most flattering re potts of this specialty and the fact that the act was retained on the Keith Circuit for an engagement of eight weeks proves conclusively that it is one far above the average For the coming week at the Temple Manager Meffert announces William Gillettes famous comedy The Private Secretary which for season after season has renewed its success This will be the first production here of this amusing play at popular prices It will be given with the same stage setting and scenery as was seen in New York The vaude ville for the week includes turns by Werden and Sheppard Cole and De Losee and others Werden and Sheppard will give their famous song illustrating specialty which was the biggest vaude ville bit of last season This year an en tirely new rcpertorri of songs will be used This attraction should draw crowded houses at every performance Col Meffert spares neither pains nor expense in giving our amusement going people the beet that can be found on the American stage for which he should be rewarded byllarge patronage A nicer or safer family theater can not be found anywhere end it is gratifying that the recent ware had VHO bed effect Baked BananasSlice the fruit into a pie pan apriukk them thickly with sugar sad limo judos and bake J J 11 r wya1 s I DEMOCRATIC CITY AND COUNTYTICKET For Mayor CHARLES P GRAINGER For City Tax Receiver JAMES B DROWN For City Auditor CHARLES NEUMEYER For City Treasurer JAMES B CAMP For Judge Police Court JOHN McCANN For Clerk Police Court ALP V OLDHAM M For Bailiff Police Court WILLIAM DOSLER For Prosecuting Attorney Police Court ROBERT J HAGAN For County Judge JAMES P GREGORY For Commonwealths Attorney JOSEPH HUFFAKER For County Attorney SAMUEL B KIRBY For County Jailer JOHN R PFLANZ V For Sheriff E T SCHMITT For County Clerk W J SEMONIN For Coroner Oil HARRIS KELLY For County Assessor BENSON O HERR For County Surveyor k ROBERT H YOUNG For County School Superintendent- L J STIVERS FOR STATE SENATORS Thirtysixth DlstrictH S McNUTT Thirtyeighth District W L WELLER JR I FOR REPRESENTATIVES Fortyfourth District HERMAN D NEWCOMB Fortynrth District JOHN M L- ETsTERLEFortysixth DlstrlctJOI Fortyseventh District REICHERT Fortyeighth District JA3 WARDSFortynlnth District H P Fiftieth DrstrlctMICHAEL BURKE Fiftyfirst DlstrlctTHOS DREWRY FOR ALDERMEN Abner Harris Henry S Cobn Nathan M Url G Wallace Embry Harry Welsslnger T J OBryan W J OHearn Humphrey Knecht R B Gilbert James B Smith James J Fitzgerald Paul C Barth FOR COUNCILMEN First WardJohn Baron and Auguetuit J Blzot Second Ward Barnhard Buckle and William P Schwartz Third WardA J Domeck and T 3 Yeager T Fourth Ward Henry Seller and J New ton Shepard Fifth WardC C Early and iUdJbofT B Seville i Sixth WardSamuel S Blitz and Char D Greer Seventh WardUpton WMulr and Frank S Cook Eighth Ward Alvah L Terry and Arthur Board LaeCohnTenth WardFred J Hummel and V- iE Palmore Eleventh Ward Herman Christen ana Julius E Blerach m Twelfth WardJ W Drake and AW gustus Miller S FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEE ZFirstSecond and Third WardsCharles Aj Lang Fourth and Fifth WardsSamuel Morn Ingstar Sixth and Seventh WardSGavin H CochranEighth and Ninth WardsDrJ wl GalvinTenth WardDr R E Galvin Eleventh and Twelfth WardsJoseph BJ Atkinson FOR PARK COlOaSSIONXK Gen John B Castleman Louis Seelbach Gottlieb Layer FOR MAGISTRATES First DlstrlctO C Shadburn Second DistrictDavid McKinley Third DistrictCharles J Fegenbush Fourth DlstrlctJ P Shivelyn tJ Fifth DistrictJohn N Velten Sixth DistrictEd Meglemry Seventh District Joe Keyer 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rewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE itI- II IEII liiIllll I Ikll- r Gompanuii p DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OFIIITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND 1Monuments1 w I AtUitrlP Work Only Sollcltsd Vcorislicps and Studios Cwrara IttJl1 WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN sTREET ft Itt lRURHi1 ftHHHHuHt I JOI3IKI 1IRANUI iTALTERSL ay=5treet Brewery t 812 and 814 CLAY STREET elephorle LOUISVILLE KY EMEI C LAUER TELEPHONE 1140 IE WINES AND LIQUORS LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE i 4OfEASTJEffERSblST 1421f3 II UI H HOUS 905 W MARKET JtJEFF RSOIstiloUtIVllqKYI L U d z t kb t IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled ExchangesI JamesIlover by a goods train at Newry the jury found that the occurrence was accidental R G Warren solicitor to the Attorney SesslonaIlow as successor to the late George Mill Major A Newry telegram reports that Ed DownIon Sunday night age hundred years and three months To the last he retained his faculties and possessing a retentive memory was able to rehearse stirring events of Irish his tory for the past eighty years A young man named Scully was fatally injured by a bull which he was lleading from an outhouse in a farmyard at Gar rendenny Castle County Kilkenny On emerging from the house the bull furi ously attacked Scully piercing him through the chest with one of its horns Two men went to Scullys assistance but Ihe only lived a few hours At a special court at the Eunis courthouse on Tuesday afternoon a young man of respectable appearance named Pat Cusack employed as a rural postman in the Crusheen subdistrict was brought up in custody on a charge of having ab stracted an important letter while in transit through the post The accused was sent out for trial to the assizes bail being refused In the Peoples Park Waterford several persons heard screams of a woman in distress proceeding from the Pitla sheet of water near the sewerage works One of them Richard Kavanagh a compositor saw a woman in the water He got a plank and attempted to reach her but failed and she sank exclaiming I am drowning I am drowning God help me The womans name has not yet transpired Anthony Reeves of Reevesmount Athy has been appointed to the import ant position of agricultural expert and itinerant instructor for the county of Cavan The salary attached to the office is 1Ii50 Reeves is a favorite among all who know hint His efforts for the social advancement of the young men of Athy have been most successful For many years he acted as Secretary of the Catho lic Young Mens Society of that town A serious outbreak of typhus fever has taken place in Wexford and from three or four houses alone ten or twelve people have been sent to the fever hospital The corporation have held special meet Ings to consider the situation and have decided to close up altogether a lane leading from the main street to another of the principal streets in the town It was also decided that a number of sus pected cases should be placed under observation On Wednesday evening a prisoner named McKepple hailing from Bally mena who was awaiting his trial at the next quarter sessions escaped from Bel fast jail and running up an alley con cealed himself in the grounds of St Malachys College The alarm was raised about half an hour later but although a number of police and warders went in search no arrest has been made Two houses were subsequently robbed by the escaped prisoner- At the LimerickRural District Coun cil County Surveyor Horan reported that he was obliged to stop quarterly payments to most of the road contractors as they had not fulfilled their contracts and in some instances had not performedany work on the roads some of which were in a disgraceful condition In one case a contractor bad put on stones for metal ling the road and taken them off again The council approved of the Surveyors action in stopping payments- At a meeting of Waterford citizens held in the Town Hall to consider Andrew Carnegies offer of J25000 toward a free library the Mayor presided On the proposition of the Bishop of Cashel the offer was accepted The Library Com mittee was empowered to appoint a com mittee and carry out the offer The Mayor J Phelan and Alderman Goff were appointed treasurers It was re solved That this meeting tenders its best thanks to Mr Carnegie for his gen erous offer His Honor County Court Judge Shaw addressing the Killarney grand jury said he was glad to be able to tell them that their work on the present occasion was very light There was only one bill to go before them a bill against a woman for endangering tilelife of her child He congratulated them on the peaceful state of the district and the fact that there was I only one case after the long interval which had elapsed since last sessions showed that the people were behaving tbeiflselvesveryweUAt of petty sessions In Dungannon before Messrs Gibson and Townshend two young men named James OConnor and James McAlinden from Portadown were charged with carrying a revolver without a license and witht offences under the peace preservation act Prom the police evidence it appeared that the defendants were with a contingent in brakes and cars returning from Coalisl and At Milltown they fired five shots in the direction of persons standing on the street The defendants ere NIlo tented to jane months imprisonment I eachOn Saturday night at a late hour aJ number of peraoae were discovered engaged in wrecking goodepnth stalls greeted at the Catholic church at Johns ion near Perry where the VlBcentUir Pathers were holding a mission Xhej owuutwbeu making an inipeclibn came J an the depredatori Who howeeru made in the dark A iittpV 1tHeiracapeAnd religious emblema l 8ome time igcy 111O ou a Saturday night a handsome- cross was wrenched from the church roof i d I SOMETHING EXTRA FORA 21 IBoxI soles light soles patent or leather heavy buHonIItips cloth or kid tops sizes 2 to 9 and widths A to EE Big Igest 1atVici Kid and Box Calf Shoes special at 150 Boys Box Calf Satin Calf and Viol Kid Shoes sizes 9 to 5 t2big special at 160 II LEVYS III I- ThirdI and MarketI SSOCIETY DlRCIijRY AO IID- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas J Dolan Vice PresiJentrNewton G Rogers Recording Secretary1llike Tynan Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank street- Treasurer John Mulloy DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month President William T Meehan Vice President Con J Ford Recording SecretaryJohn J Sullivan Financial SecretaryJohn T Keener 1335 Rogers street Treasurer Owen Keiran DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President John Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording SecretarYJohn M Gilles pie Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDaVeReUly Treasurer HarryjBrady DIVISION iifJEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County PresidentWilliam Reilly President Robert Gleason Vice President =B A Coll Recording SecretaryJohn J Devitt Financial SecretaryFrank Hogan TreasurerMichael Kinne- yIRISHAHBRIVAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Halt First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month President Joseph Nevin TarpeySecondRecording Secretary John J Flynn ByrneTreasurerThomas KenneySentinelTimothy SCHUCK WYMAN SALOON POOLROOM and BOWLING ALLEYS Northeast Corner Eighteenth and Walnut A place where you can get something good to eat day or nighti CHAS SCHUCK SIXTH Ap WALNUT Fine Wines Liquors and Cigars Hot lunch day aid night REAGANS EXCHANGfI S W Cor Preston and Market Wines Liquors and Cigars SPECIALB- est Old Whiskies in bottles and jugs six and eight yearsold from 200 per gallon up HotSo p and Warm Lunch WHEH YOU VISIT LIMERICKyy CALirWON John Hickey SEVENTH AND OAK Coot Lager awl Warm Lunch NeverR nOutII n and destroyed The Pillage and district 1 of St Johnston iu iroaghold ofOrange Ism 4 At the annual Bensing sessions at Lthipne on Jpr J l for the division of Joate beforeJi Adye Curran James 1 Gilmore a red Sergeant of Police applied for ft public its license for pram t IMiin Athlone q lie facts having been stated Hu Honor uid A policemen putiatoafOnal to alrOti jb to- all the dodges 1 a police object on e alreadyyaigbtp t which they coili asuMelentnumber mly one Ma ttratfl voted in favor of- the H lioente which wa ntfuaed l7 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Not until the week after next will there be a meeting of Divisions 1 2 and 4 Philadelphia divisions report good at tendance at meetings and a steady growth iumembershipThree ladies sold 2444 tickets for the recent ball given by the Hibernian Rifles of Worcester Mass Division 2 of Buffalo has donated its hall to the Irish Language Society for a card party and entertainment Monday nIghtDivision 3 meets Monday night at Nelllgans Hall Nineteenth and Port land avenue President Cavanaugh will presideThe newly elected county officers hav ing been installed a big boom is looked for in the affairs of the order in Buffalo andvicinity The Boston Hibernian says of the 247 members of the Massachusetts House of Representative for 1902 elected this fall 104 are members of the order The Ladies Auxiliary of Soinersworth youngfriendsparty and dance Thursday night State President Ryan of Massachusetts will deliver the lecture under the auspices of the United Irish Societies of New York City tomorrow evening Division 1 of Jeffersonville meets Tuesday night They are working hard for their annual ball Visitors to this division are sure of a cordial reception Dont forget the blowout to be meetingNovember gan have the affair in charge and promise a surprise Father Sweeney of the Church of the Sacred Heart delivered the principal ad dress at the recent celebration of the tenth anniversary of Division 1 at Bridgeport Conn The division in Milltown expected to open a reading room and library in con nection with their hail about the first of November The rooms will be open every evening except Sunday The Ancient Order off Hibernian gave a very delightful smoker iin their hall last week in Dayton Ohio which inaugurated a series of social affairs to be given this winter The attendance was large and the impromptu program very much enjoyed Great preparations are being made by Philadelphia for the annual ball of the order The contest for Chairman re sulted in the election of Edward J Ryan who received 125 votes while his oppo nent Attorney Brennan got 41 Both had their champions and lively interest was manifested in the proceedings Last Sunday a new division was insti tuted at Somerville Mass there being nearly 100 signers to the charter list The degree staff that recently exemplified the new ritual for the officers of all the divisions of the State at Boston worked the degrees County and State officers were present In large numbers the 800 seats in the hall failing to accommodate the crowd admitted to the hall I THE LAST SAD RITES The last sad rites over the remains of Mrs Martin Dugan whose sudden and unexpected death was chronicled last StLouisassembled at the church to mourn their departed friend and follow her to the grave The solemn and impressive services of the Catholic church were conducted by Rev Father Fowler who was the celebrant of the requiem high mass and the choir rendered several selections Father Fowler eulogized the life of thejj dead ladywho had always been a devout and practical Catholic a loving wife andjj kind mother and preached one of the most powerful funeral sermons heard by the writer for many a day A more im pressive funeral has not for a long time been witnessed iu Limerick the sorrow ing friends occupying a long train of hacks that followed the remains to StILouis cemetery where the last prayers were said by Father Fowler The pallbearers I nere Messrs Charles Cronen Detective Martin Donohue Thomas Gil I Christ James Reedy James Murphy and Michael Gahen ZENDA DANCING CLUB The Zenda Dancing Club will entertain their friends with a select dance at the New Athletic Club Friday evening Nc ember 22 This is but a continuation of the delightful affairs given by the Zenda Club at Fountain Ferry Park during the past summer The Zenda Dancing Club members are John J Barry Dan J Hart ictt John J Grogan M J Hartnett Jos Meixsel Mal Shaughnessy Walter Adams John Pendergastand John P McGuire The members are arranging a handsome souvenir programme for the occasionJ1IRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY The IrishAmerican Society will meet nextTbun9ayniglotal Hibernian UallJwhen initiatory steps will pr bablybe J taken for a grand celebration during the winter months Many leave expressed a- deeireforonesimilar to that given on Robert Emmets anniversary last March President Neyin when seen this week j said it was neceaaary Toe every member to be present next Thursday night as the winter pro rimme will then be dill+ cUlled Velvetw li bequitea fashionable as dart waion indeed talyeteen gown la now OMM ilentd as mceaaary in athorough 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OFIIITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND I II flonuments II Artistic Work Only Solicits =Workshops and Studios Carrara Italy II WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET RI HBH4I- FRANI I JO WALTERS 1 ay=Street BreweryJ 812 and 814 CLAY STREET elephone 3092 LOUISVILLE KY r TENRV c LAUER I TZLEPHON1 1140 INE WINES AND LIQUORS LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE 401 EAttJEFFERSfo I 42IAM4M H HOUS 905 W1 MARKET JEFFERSOirSt iOtfttYIiLEKY 0 0 IRELANDT Record of the flost Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges At the inquest on the remains of James Byrne at Warrenpoint who was run over by a goods train at Newry the jury found that the occurrence was accidental- R G Warren solicitor to the Attorney General bas been appointed Sessiona Crown Solicitor for the county of Wick low as successor to the late George Mill MajorA telegram reports that Ed ward Black of Scarva County Down died on Sunday night at the age of one hundred years and three months To the last he retained lila faculties and possessing a retentive memory was able to rehearse stirring events of Irish his tory for the past eighty years A young man namedScully was fatally injured by a bull which he was lleading from an outhouse in a farmyard at Gar rendenny Castle County Kilkenny On emerging from the house the bull furiously attacked Scully piercing him through the chest with one of its horns Two men went to Scullys assistance but he only lived a few hours At a special court at the Ennis court house on Tuesday afternoon a young mat of respectable appearance named Pat Cusack employed as a rural postman in the Crusheen subdistrict was brought up in custody on a charge of having ab stracted an important letter while in transit through the post The accused was sent out for trial to the assizes ball being refused In the Peoples Park Waterford several persons heard screams of a woman in distress proceeding from the Pill ia sheet of water near the sewerage works One of them Richard Kavanagh ia compositor saw a woman in the water He got a plank and attempted to reach her but failed and she sank exclaiming I am drowning I am drowning God help me The womans name has not yet transpired Anthony Reeves of Reevesmount Athy has been appointed to the import ant position of agricultural expert and itinerant instructor for the county of Cavan The salary attached to the office is 11ThO Reeves is a favorite among all who know hint Hisefforts for the social advancement of the young men of Athy have been most successful For many years he acted as Secretary of the Catho lic Young Mens Society of that town A serious outbreak of typhus fever has taken place in Wexford and from three or four houses alone ten or twelve people have been sent to the fever hospital The corporation have held special meetings to consider the situation and have decided to close up altogether a lane leading from the main street to another of the principal streets in the town II was also decided that a number of sus pected cases should be placed undei observationOn evening a prisoner named McKcpple hailing from Bally mena who was awaiting his trial at the next quarter sessions escaped from Bel fast jail and running up an alley con cealed himself in the grounds of St Malachys College The alarm was raised l about half an hour later but although o number of police and warders went inI search no arrest has been made Two houses were subsequently robbed by the escaped prisoner At the LimerickRural District Council County Surveyor Horan reported thatt he was obliged tostop quarterly paymentsI to most of the road contractors as they had not fulfilled their contracts and ftP I some instances had not performed work on the roads some of which were in a disgraceful condition In one case a contractor bad put on stones for metal E ling the road and taken them off again The council approved of the Surveyors I action in stopping payments At a meeting of Waterford citizens heMI in the Town Hall to consider Andrew Carnegies offer of 25000 toward a free library the Mayor presided On the proposition of the Bishop of Cashel the offer was accepted The Library Com mittee was empowered to appoint a committee and curry out the offer The Mayor J Phelan awl Alderman Goff were appointed treasurers It was resolved That this meeting tenders its best thanks to Mr Carnegie for his gen erous offer His Honor County Court Judge Shaw addressing the Killarney grand jury said he was glad to be able to tell them that their work on the present occasion was very light There was only one bill to go before them a bill against a womanI for endangering thelife of her child He congratulated them on the peacefulstate of the district and the fact that there wasI only one case after the long intervalI which had elapsed since last sessions showed that the people were behaving themselves very well At a special court of petty sessions In Dungaunon before Messrs Gibson and Townshend two young men named James OConnor and James McAlinden frostI Portadown were charged with carrying a revolver without a license and with offences Under the peace preservation act From the police evidence it appeared that the defendants were with a contingent in brakes and cars returning from Coalisl and At Milltown they fired five shots in the direction of persons standing onI the street The defendants were sen tenced to one months imprisonment each On Saturday night at alatehoura1n- umber of persons were discovered en gaged in wrecking the goods on thel stalls erected at the Catholic church at Johns ton nr Derry where the Viacentian Fathers were folding a niiaslon The owners when makjagan inspection causeS OH the d piof8wtio however OOdttheir escape inthe drk A news betof statues and religious emblems i have beets destroyed Some tiU14tap1 also on atyz2Ight 11waclIODl- Cjjcrouwuwreliebed from the church roofr ro 4 i SOMETHING EXTRA FOR 21 IIBoxI light soles or heavy bultonIIsoles patent leather I tips cloth or kid tops sizes 2 to 9 and widths A to EE Big Igest Iiatj Viol Kid and Box Calf Shoes 2 special at 150 Boys Box Calf Satin Calf and Vicl Kid Shoes sizes 9 to S 12 big special at 150 I LEVYS III MarketIThird and 4 0 IRISH SOCIETYDiRECTORYtLO DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month President Thomas J Dolan Vice PresUentNewtou G Rogers Recording SecretaryMike Tynan Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank Hreet- TreasureJ John Mulloy DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month President William T Meehan Vice President Con J Ford Recording SecrctaryJohin J Sullivan Financial Secretary John T Keaney 1335 Rogers street Treasurer Owen Kclran L DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President John Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John M Gilles pieFinancial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDaveReilly Treasurer Hany Brady DIVISION OJEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First anti Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County PresidentWilliam Reilly President Robert Gleason Vice President B A Coll DevittlSecretary Treasurer Michael Kinne- yIRISHAM1RIOAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Thirdt Thursday Evenings of Each Month President Joseph Nevin First Vice President Thos W Tarpey Second Vice President Wm Lawler Recording SecretaryJohn J Flynn Financial SecretaryJoseph Byrne Treasurer Thomas Keenan Sergeant John Kenney SentinelTimothy Lyons SCHUCK WYMANr SALOON POOLROOM and BOWLING ALLEYS Northeast Corner Eighteenth and Walnut A place where you cats get something good to eat day or night CHAS SCHUGK SIXTH AND WALNUT Fine Wines Liquors and Cigars Hot lunch tiny and night RfAGANS EXCHANGE S W Cor Preston and Market Wines Liquors and Cigars SPECIAL Best Old Whiskies in bottles and jugs six and eight years old from 200 per gallon upVHot Soup and Warm Lunch WHEN YOU VI- SITLIMERICK CALL UPON John Hickey SRVENTII AND OAK LCool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out aud destroyed The village and district of St Johnston fa stronghold of Orange ism At the annual licensing sessions at Athlone on Voawy for the division of Moate foreJadieAdye Curran JamesI Gilmore a retUm tjerceant of Police applied for a publicans license for prem leei in Athlone The fact having beenI stilled Ills Honor Mid A policeman make the wortt pdblicAn you can put into a hpuae I doiijt mean any thing per soual to Mr GiIworil they are up toI all the dodge1 Tee police objected on the ground that there werealrtly eightythree public houe in the tqwn1 wnicu they conhLd4ta sufficient number Only doe MtgktitUf voted la favor of the licente which WM refuted j filBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Not until the week after next will there be a meeting of Divisions 1 2 and 4 Philadelphia divisions report good at tendance at meetings and a steady growth in membership Three young ladies sold 2444 tickets for thee recent ball given by the Hibernian Rifles of Worcester Mass Division 2 of Buffalo has donated its hall to the Irish Language Society for a card party and entertainment Monday night Division 3 inlets Monday night at Nelligans Hall Nineteenth and Port land avenue President Cavanaugh will presideThe nesvly elected county officers hay ing been installed a big boom is looked for in the affairs of the order in Buffalo and vicinity The Boston Hibernian says of the 247 members of the Massachusetts House of Representative for 1002 elected this fall 104 are members of the order The Ladies Auxiliary of Somersworth N H entained their old and young friends wcn a successful Halloween party and dance Thursday night State President Ryan of Massachusetts will deliver the lecture under the auspices of the United Irish Societies of New York City tomorrow evening Division 1 of Jeffersonville meets Tuesday night They are working hard for their annual ball Visitors to this division are sure of a cordial reception Dont forget thee blowout to be given by Division 4 at the next meeting November 13 Grogan Reilly and Lan gan leave the affair in charge and promise n surprise Father Sweeney of the Church of the Sacred Heart delivered the principal ad dress at thee recent celebration of the tenth anniversary of Division 3 at Bridge port Conn The division in Milltown expected to open a reading room and library in con nection with their hall about the first of November The rooms will be open every evening except Sunday The Ancient Order of Hibernians gave a very delightful smoker iiu their hall last week in Dayton Ohio which inaugu rated a series of social affairs to be given this winter The attendance was large and the impromptu program very much enjoyed Great preparations are being made by Philadelphia for the annual ball of the order The contest for Chairman re suIted in the election of Edward J Ryan who received 125 votes while his oppo nent Attorney Brennan got 41 Both had their champions and lively interest was manifested in the proceedings Last Sunday a new division was insti tutedat Somerville Mass there being nearly 100 signers to the charter list The degree staff that recently exemplified the new ritual for the officers of all the divisions of the State at the degrees County and accommodateHH were present In large seats in the hall failing to the crowd admitted to the hall S THE LAST SAD RITES The last sad rites over the remains of Mrs Martin Dugan whose sudden and unexpected death was chronicled last week took place Saturday morning at St Louis Bertrands A large congregation assembled at the church to mourn their departed friend and follow her to the grave The solemn and impressive serv ices of the Catholic church were conducted by Rev Father Fowler who was the celebrant of the requiem high mass and the choir rendered several selections Father Fowler eulogized the life of the dead ladywho had always been a devout and practical Catholic a laving wife and kind mother and preached one of the most powerful funeral sermons heard by the writer for many a day A more into pressive funeral has not for a long time been witnessed in Limerick the sorrowing friends occupying Ii long train of hacks that followed the remains to St Louis cemetery where the last prayers were said by Father Fowler The pall bearers were Messrs Charles Cronen Detective Martin Donohue Thomas Gil Christ James Reedy James Murphy and Michael Gahen ZENDA DANCING CLUB The Zenda Dancing Club will entertain their friends with a select dance at the New Athletic Club Friday evening Nc vember 22 This is but a continuation of the delightful affairs given by the Zenda Club at Fountain Ferry Park during the past summer The Zsnda Dancing Club members are John J Barry Dan J Hart nett John J Grogan M J Hartnett Jos Meixsel Mal Shaughnessy Walter Adams John Pendergast and John P Me Guire The members are arranging a handsome souvenir programme for the occasionIRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY The IrishAmerican Society will meet text Thursday night at Hibernian Hall when 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