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AMERICAN VJLUbIE XLNO Y8 LOUISVILLE SATGR4IY OCTOBER 81 1903 PRICE FIVE CENTS HALLOWEEN Precedes Two Great Festivals- ofthe Roman Catholic Church f Ali Saints Day Will Be Cole brated the World Over Tomorrow The Faithful Departed Will Be Remembered onIMonday SERVICES AT CATHOLIC GRAVEYARDS Today is Halloween tomorrow will be All Saints day and Monday will be All Souls day The greatest of these days is All Saints day the day set apart by the Catholic church for the veneration of all the saints This feast is a holv day of obligation Today the vigil of the feast of all saints is a feast day as are the vigils of all the great feasts of the church Halloween or the Eve of All Hallows as it was formerly known has come to be celebrated the world over as an occasion of playing games trying your luck in forecasting husbands wives etc Each country has its own peculiar games and customs on this night It has been made famous in prose and poetry but outside the Catholic church the real celebration has been lost sight of As Catholics prepared for Christmas for the feast of the Circumcision Ascen sion day and other great holidays by ob l lserving the vigils with prayer and feast ing so did they prepare for the feast of All Saints It is the day on which all of Gods chosen are honored by the faithful all over the world There are only 365 days in the year while the saints are numbered by the thousands and tens of thousands There are not enough days in the calender to devote one day to each hence it became necessary to set apart a day for the veneration of all All Souls day is the day set apart bj the church for praying for the repose of the souls of all the faithful departed Many have been killed in battle drowned on the high seas or have per 7 ishedintbeiwilderness whohave none to pay the 0nthis day the faith ful not only pray for their own dead but for the repose of all who died in the faith In addition to attending mass it is the custom in many countries to visit the graveyards and adorn the graves of the dead with flowers and evergreens In the majority of cases a priest accom panies the people and recites the prayers forthe faithful departed- In Louisville the day Avill be observed by the celebration of requiem masses in all the churches and during the day the people will visit St Louis and St 1 Michaels cemeteries and decorate the graves of their dead As tomorrow is the eve of All Souls day and likewise All Saints day aud Sunday many Cath olics will visit the cemeteries for the pur pose of decorating the graves instead of on the following day No formal cere monies will be observed at the local Catholic cemeteries Tonight the usual customs of ducking for apples walking down the cellar back wards with mirror and candle in hand and trusting to see future husbands will be observed by the young folks An old Irish custom frequently observed in this country is to conceal in a huge dish of mashed potatoes a wedding ring a thim ble and a button Then the potatoes are divided among those assembled The one who gets the ring is sure to be mar ried first the one who gets the thimble will remain an old maid and the young man who gets the button will be an old bachelor SISTER RAYMONDA Victim of Paralysis Removed to St Catherines Academy Sister Raymonda of the Dominican order who was stricken with paralysis several weeks ago was removed to St Catherines Academy Springfield Ky on Tuesday and fears for her recovery are entertained Sister Raymunda is subprioress of St Catherines Convent near Springfield She is about slxtyfour years old and has been a member of the Dominican order nearly forty years In the world she was a Miss Meagher and was a sister of the late Father Raymond Meagher O P Another sister Sister Josephine also of the Dominican order and connectedwith the convent at Springfield III was visit ing Sister Raymonda when she was stricken with paralysis Sister Ray monda is favorably known in Louisville having been connected for years with the Holy Rosary Academy and St Louis Bertrands parochial school Her speedy recovery is wished for by her many friends U WORTHY CAUSE The Pastime Drill Company willl give a euchre at Fablers Hall Eighteenth and Kentucky streets on the evening of Wednesday November 11 Asnumberof handsome and useful prizes will be Awarded A general good time will be enjoyed after the euchre tJ FAMILIAR FIGURE Removed From Louisville by the Death of John Hourlgan John Hourigan an aged and respected citizen of Louisville died at the family residence 1520 Lytle street early Wednesday morning Mr Hourlgan had suffered from a complication of dis cases during the past seven weeks so that his death was not unexpected He died surrounded by the members of his family and fortified by the sacraments of the church The deceased was one of Louisvilles most familiar figures He had a pleasant word for all and always appeared to be in good humor Mr Hourigan was born in the County Limerick Ireland sixtyfour years ago He came to America when quite a youth and had resided in Louisville about forty years During the last thirtyfour years he lived in the house where be died He was engaged as a hackman during the greater part of his life in Louisville and few funerals were com plete without John Hourigan and his carriage He had an acquaintance in every part of the city and knew all the City Hall and Court House officials dur ing the last twentyfive years All had a good word for him and he repaid them in kind It was particularly noticeable that when passing a Catholic church he was never too busy with his team to neglect to raise his hat He Was one of those good faithful souls who brought his faith from Ireland and cherished it as he did his life The deceased leaves a widow and four children three sons and one daughter The sons are Patrick Hugh and John Jr The daughter is Miss Maggie Hourigan He also leaves a brother Patrick Houri gan an employe of the Louisville Pack- Ing Company aud three sisters Mrs Ryan of Nashville and Sisters Charlath and Charlesetta of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth His funeral which took place from St Patricks church Friday morning was attended by hundreds who knew and respected him GREAT SUCCESS Attended the Mission to Non Catholics at St Philip JJerls br St Philip Neris church was filled twice last Sunday when the Rev Father Edwin Drury opened a mission that continued all week and will close tomorrow Father Drury is the diocesan missionary to nun Catholics and has met with great success in his work during the past four or five years His sermons are a simple exposi tion of the doctrines of the Catholic church The mission at St Philip Neiris was intended primarily for nonCatholics though Catholics were welcomed and ex pected to attend During the week Father Drury spoke three times each day twice in the morning and once in the evening All of the exercises were wellattended Father Drury was ably assisted by the Rev Dr Ackerman pastor of St Philip Nerls church Father Ackerman is one of our young priests but has succeeded in establishing a thriving congregation where a few years ago there was a wil derness The mission has proven a great benefit to the congregation and a source of satisfaction to both pastor and mis sionary GOOD ATTENDANCE Is Desired at Monthly Euchre of Catholic Womans Club The regular monthly euchre will be given at the Catholic Womans Club 315 West Walnut street on Wednesday after noon and evening when ladies and gen tlemen are cordially invited to be present Refreshments will be served durng the afternoon and evening Tickets will be on sale at the door The afternoon game will be between 3 and 5 oclock The Catholic Womans Club is meeting with success in every department and should continue to receive the support of the people These monthly euchres are usually given on the first Tuesday in each month but as next Tuesday is election day it was dewed wise to bold this OD- eon Wednesday iu order to allow the gen tlemen interested to watch the election returns Hereafter the euchres will be resumed on the first Tuesdays CATHOLIC FEDERATION The Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies will hold its regular meeting at Hibernian Hall next Friday night November 6 A full attendance is desired as business of importance is to be trinsacted At this meeting the Euchre Committee which has in charge the ar rangements for the euchre to be held at Liederkranz Hall on Thursday night November 10 will report to the Federation the progress thus far made BRANCHING OUT John M Mulloy the coffee dealer will open a new store on State street between Main and Market New Albany today The New Albany store will be an exact counterpart of Mr Mull ystea coffee and spice emporlpin at 214 West Market street in this city Mr Mulioy invites the citizens of New Albany to call and inspect his new place 1 o YOUR STAfTES GOOD 1 Demands That You Vote For Cap Ile and Creditable Men For Legis lative Judicial and Executive Officers Next Tuesday S Study Well The Party Records inforder That You May Do All Within Your Power to Avert ia Threatened Calamity Views of Leading Citizens WhpJLCoincide With the Kentucky Irish American in Supporting the Democratic Candidates The Kentucky Irish American has at all times striven to hold aloof from poll tics as far as possible leaving that to the judgment of the people At the same time it has ever been our endeavor to say a kind word for Irishmen and Irish Americans regardless of their political convictions The Kentucky Irish Ameri can desires to advocate the best interests of its thousands of readers and it has found that their interests are best sub served at this time by the Democratic party It maybe asked how is such a conclusion arrived at Because the Demo cratic party is the party of all the people and class legislation has no glace within its policy It aims at the betterment of conditions for all It never has sought to benefit or enrich the few at the ex pense of the many and while its leaders have often disagreed as to the methods of attaining the best results their honesty of purpose has never been impugned Religious liberty is one of the cardinal principles of Democracy while religious intolerance has been fostered by the Re publican party True Democracy accords to the Irish German or Italian immigrant who obeys the laws of the State and nation the same privileges that is given the native Ameri can It gives to the children of the poor the same education it gives to the rich It gives the day laborer an equalright with the rich man in making the laws The Democratic party does not believe in government by injunction and it has not opposed labor unions That the Ken tuctcIrish tBerlCf r l i1w considering the Democratic party the party of the people at this time and its nominees representative and trustworthy men is evinced by the following inter views with representative men of our own race manufacturers lawyers and mer chants and these are only a few of many who bold the same views Capt Frank Hagan the veteran attor ney and Democrat said to our reporter The Democratic ticket ought to be elected because it represents all the most liberal ideas of modern civilization and because it advccates an extended commerce with all nations and thereby gives a better market for our commodities and firm products and secures better and steadier wages for our laborers Now that the machine producing nations England France and Germanyare making great efforts to secure the trade of peoples who do not use machinery but waut its prod ucts requires us to liberalize our tariff schedules and navigation laws in order to complete with them which the Repub lican party refuses to do and which the Democrats will do We should elect the Democratic ticket of Judges because they are upright good and pure men capable learned competent fitting and exper lenced and because there is likely to come before them new questions of vast importance concerning labor strikes cor porations trusts and other like modern questions and we will feel safer with men on the bench of Democratic training and Democratic thinking to decide them A Democratic Governor will have the aid of the best and most advanced senti ment in the State will secure more har mony among the people and will better represent the law ablding educated and conservative classes while a Republican Governor will be unfortunate in being sup ported by a large number of lawbreakers and the illiterate element and conse- quentlY will be compelled to so act as to bring discontent confusion and perhaps disaster to the State William T Meehan State Secretary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians said I intend to vote the whole Democratic ticket for several reasonsbecause I know the present Democratic candidates believe and practice liberty of conscience because they are men of business honest intelligent and not affiliated with any dark lantern societies As opposed to the Democratic candidates are the Repub lican nominees and I ask our people what representatives of the Republican party did to the memory of Thomas Moore in Washington a few years ago What was done to the memory of Robert Emmet by Republican leaders in our own citya few weeks ago If they will do and say mean things of dead Wen before the election what will they not do to the living after they are in power Thomas Walsh the well known attor ney said I think the Democratic ticket ought to be elected this fall be cause better men for the judiciary could not be found than those put before the people by the party in this city They are true and tried having proved their elpel 3 1 IJI they have an able unbiased and honest judiciary On account of his splendid management of Sate affairs Gov Beck ham ought to beiiindorsed by the people and reelected if ant glad to see the Kentucky Irish An erican take an inter est in this matterl I Judge Matt Ol oherty said The people of Kentucky can never sufficiently repay Gov Beck mfor the services which he rendertto the State in the day of her bitterest trial A condition of anarchy or worse existed at the State capital after the Issassination of Gov Goebel The starwas in fact sleeping over a mine might at any instant whichflflflspark reins of gov ernment of a young and then inexperienced Lieutenant Governor I No one wl 6 loved the fair name of his State or the peaty of its people could contemplate unmoved the condi tions which then prevailed and their possible outcome A slight mistake on his part would aft at time have plunged the State into thi throes of civil war which would have east the sacrifice of hundreds of humas J lives Taylor with his mountain militia retained possession and control of thexecutive buildings and offices in Frankfort after the courts of the State had declared he was without4of title thereto Fro a that moment Taylor and his militia were insurgents and might legally have been treated as such Beck ham however lit ike Taylor counseled peace patience aad fan appeal to the civil courts ofytheSta4i fMi ounsel prevailed tl tky eai ed lniateasa hbt disgrace and untold loss Kentuckians are not ungrateful and they do not and can not forget the service rendered to the State in the darkest hour of her history by the youngest Governor she has ever had His administration from first to last has been without stain or blemish But entirely apart from his merits the blunders to use no severer term of his political opponents should insure his triumphant election and that of the en tire Democratic ticket The nomination of Mr Belknap over Mr Augustus E Willson as standard bearer of the Republican party was without doubt one of the greatest scandals that has ever disgraced this or any other State The fact is un deniable that Belknaps nomination was made solely for business reasons and the business reasons were these simply that lIe was supposed to have a barrel of money and that Sappand his followers would have charge of it on election day No honest Republican will try to hide the fact from his eyes He can not do so Willson a man of sterling integrity of unblemished character with more than thirty years faithful party service and party record behind him was at Sapps bidding ordered to the rear and the sun was given to Belknap to use Gov Bradleya language and just be cause he cried for it The Governor put it mildly when he said that the man in the moon would thereafter place a hand kerchief over his nostrils while passing over Louisville But Sapps activity and success in the Republican convention have a far wider meaning for all good citizens His methods and his history are equally notorious That a reform candidate such as Mr Belknap pre tends to be should have Sapp fur his parent or patron should satisfy every thinking man who does not wish to be deceived The local Democratic ticket is composed of men of high character The gentlemen named for Judges of our courts are above reproach and are too well known to need commendation from me to the readers of the Kentucky Irish American I wish to say most emphat ically that no voter can afford to scratch or overlook a single one of them James B Kelly State President of the Young Mens Institute said The election of the Democratic ticket both State and local insures to our people a contin uation of the policies and measures which is winning back the prestige that was lost during the Bradley Taylor and Todd regimes Gov Beckham has wiped out the State debt quelled disturbances with marked ability and secured to the citizens of the State peace and order Mayor Grainger and his co laborers have given us an able and progressive administration of affairs which is indicated by the rapid growth of our city in the past two years Believing that the election of the Democratic ticket will result ia the greatest good to onr people it shall receive my heartiest indorsement Joe Dougherty the coal merchant said lam for the Democratic ticket because individually and collectively it comprises men wits whose reoords personally or officially Boilav eaa be found The majority ottbvumiw been tried sod not fHtMwaraUDct M Emmet P Slattery one of the most promising of our young attorneys saidi I believe the Democratic nominees should be elected because they are the most capable men offering for office at the coming election men who have had experience in the management of public affairs and who have proven themselves worthy of the confidence of every citizen The wise management of the States business by the present Democratic officials should be approved by the voters and the scurrilous attacks upon our local courts composed of honest and capable men by the Republican press and candi dates should receive the condemnation of all those citizens who desire to protect the dignity and honor of our judiciary The people approve the stand taken in this campaigh by the Kentucky Irish AmericanPeter Cosgrove another able young lawyer and staunch Democrat says I do not believe that a stronger or better ticket could be offered than that which will appear on next Tuesday under the Democratic emblem In the Judgeship races we find men whose professional ability is of the highest aud whose per sonal reputations are without blame or blemish Judge Field has always stood In this community for what is best in a man and a Judge Judge Miller Judge Gordon and Judge Muir have already exhibited their fitness while Mr Kirby presents a fine record as lawyer and County Attorney as a guarantee of his work and worth I was for a number of yCar9 J thloflUeDytW ilAiP fyo and know how well qualified he is to serve this community as Judge of the Criminal Court No one acquainted with Mr Pryor can doubt either his integrity or intelligence and the public is surely safe in placing the administration of the law in his hands The State and city tickets appear to me as being all suffi cient and satisfactory I support the Democratic candidates as the surest way of promoting the general prosperity Patrick Bannon the well known sewer pipe manufacturer said I have voted the Democratic ticket for fiftyfive years and expect to continue to vote it because I believe the Democratic party is the party of the people The present State and city nominees are good men and will work on the lines laid down by Demo cratic national leaders Mayor Grainger and the city administration have given us a good Democratic government James A Ross the grocer at Eighth and St Catherine streets and a prominent Democratic worker in the Ninth ward said It llooks like easy sailing for the Democratic ticket The workingmen realize that the Democratic party is the party for them Democracy gives equal rights to all and the present Democratic candidates will see that this policy is carried out- Frank B Murphy President of Mackin Council Young Mens Institute said I am for the Democratic ticket all the way through because it is made up of good men It should receive the support of every voter who believes in the equal rights of all before the law regardless of their creed George J Butler the grocer and State Treasurer of the Ancient Order of Hiber plans said I think the ticket an ex cellent one and it should receive the support of all fairminded people The men nominated are representative and capable citizens each qualified for the office to which he aspires and free from bias and prejudice Patrick T Sullivan County President of the Ancient Order of Hibernians said I am for the whole Democratic ticket I think Gov Beckham has fulfilled all the promises he made when he was a can didate before I also believe the other nominees are capable men Many of them have held office and have carried out a Democratic policy in the adminis tratlon of affairs Michael Sheehan the grocer at Nineteenth and Portland avenue said I have been voting the Democratic ticket thirtyfour years and I think it is now more important than ever that the Demo cratic party should win It is the only party that has treated us fairly I ap prove the course taken by the Kentucky Irish American in this campaign John J Sullivan Sr the cigar dealer at the Willard Hotel and Todd building said I am a Democrat because I be- lIeve in Democratic principles religious liberty and the greatest good of all the people I think Gov Beckham and the other State and local nominees will carry partyMartinYou can say that the Eleventh ward will set the pace a irl give the Democratic anyaidan0- f y THRIFTY IRISH Constitute the Bone and the Sinew of Mt Sterlings Population Mt Sterling is oneof the many cities in Kentucky where people of the Irish race have found peace and prosperity Nestling among the hills of Eastern Ken tucky it numbers several men of Irish birth among its prominent and substan tial citizens It is one of the oldest towns in the State and from its first set tlement Irishmen have been prominently identified with its interests Among its former prominent citizens was the father of William B OConnell the present Circuit Clerk of Mont gomery county The elder Mr OCon nell is long since dead His son the present Circuit Clerk has been promi nently identified with Montgomery county politics either as Deputy or Circuit Clerk during the last seventeen years and is highly regarded in Demo cratic State councils He was a few months ago a candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals but withdrew in favor of Morgan Chinn In the event of the latters election he will be his chief deputyAnother good citizen of Mt Sterling is F C Laughlin who well proud of his Irish birth and lineage is none the less a good citizen of Kentucky- Mt Sterling has a Catholic church St Patricks and of the sixtyfive Catholic families sixtythree are Irish They are all thrifty lawabiding people and are thoroughly identified with the interests of the community An Irishman owns the principal hotel while others are engaged in mercantile and agricultural pursuitsSt church is a handsome brick edifice and is in charge of Father L DeWaegeuaere who is an indefatig able worker and popular with all classes in that section Some years ago a flourishing council of the Young Mens Insti tute existed in the parish For some unknown reason it went out of existence but as the charter still remains there an effort will soon be made to reorganize DREAD DEATH Closes the Promising Career of Well Known German American wfi1iiHreR PYjpgltCllerAf hGerman Insurance Bankand a young man highly respected both in business and GermanAmerican social circles died at the family residence 1029 Brook street on Sunday morning Mr Rapp con tracted typhoid fever five weeks before and it was thought had passed the crisis when a relapse set iu and he sank stead ily until the end The funeral took place from St Mary Magdalens church on Tuesday morning and was attended by a large concourse of sorrowing friends The deceased was the son of Edmund Rapp assistant cashier of the German Insurance Bank William E Rapp was born and raised in this city and graduated from St Xaviers College when he was seventeen years old He at once entered the German Insurance Bank in an in ferior capacity but gradually arose until he was made paying teller the position he held at the time of his death Five years ago Mr Rapp married Miss Alma Davis a popular Cincinnati girl who with two children aged three and one year respectively survive him Although deservedly popular Mr Rapp was not a member of any societies or clubs His death has brought sorrow to a wide circle of friends many of whom will miss his generous charity NEW INDUSTRY The Hope Worsted Mills Will Give Employment to Many The Hope Worsted Mills on Kentucky street between Logan andSwan will be completedabout December 1 These mills will prove a very desirable addition to Louisvilles manufactories and when they begin operations will give work to 100 additional girls Charles F Murphy the President of the company is a Boston man while John T Moore the Treasurer is a citizen of Louisville The building now in course of erection was designed by Murphy Bros the well known architects The Hope Worsted Mills is on the whole an IrishAmerican enter prize The new building when com pleted will be well lighted and ventilated and thoroughly equipped with the latest machinery for the manufacture of worsted fabrics Girls desirous of working in the new mills will apply to the present mills at Logan and Mason streets CATHOLIC FEDERATION The Right Rev Bishop Messmer of Green lay Wis has accepted an invita tion to address the Federation of Catholic Societies of Milwaukee on December 6 Bishop Messmer has taken a great inter est in the federation movement and his forthcoming address is anxiously awaited CONFIRMATIONS The Right Rev Bishop McCloskey spent this week in Grayson county con firming classes at St Augustine at Grayson Springs St Pauls at Big Clifty and St Benedicts at Wax The two latter are missions under the charge of- PaUecHaClbarg r 0 9L P NEW PRIOR Noted Dominican In Charge of St Louis Bertrands Church The Very Rev Father Raymond Volz O P Duly In stalled Well Known as a Teacher and Writer On Ecclesiastical Subjects SUCCESSOR TO REV FATHER FOWLER The people of St Louis Bertranda con gregation while regretting the departure w of the Very Rev Father Fowler have reason to congratulate themselves since such an able man as the Very Rev Father Volz O P has been chosen to be his successor The new prior Father Ray mond Volz was duly installed at St Louis Bertrands convent on Monday in the presence of the Very Rev Provincial Father L F Kearney O P and all the members of the communitythe Rev Fathers Martin Hcagan McFeeley Law ler Dunn and Twohig z Father Volz is a native of Minnesota and received his early education in that State His higher studies were prose cuted in Europe at the Universities of Louvaine and Vienna While at the Uni versity of Louvaine he was a fellowstu dent of Rev Father M L Heagau O P who is now associated with him as one of his assistants in St Louis Bertrands parish Father Volz was also ordained in Europe When he returned to Amei ica he was brought to St Roses Convent near Springfield Ky where he has been teaching the Dominican students for the priesthood during the last ten years He has been professor of literature and phi losophy and in addition for several years past has been subprior of St Rose convent During his spare moments he has written for a number of Catholic magazines and periodicals and has estab lished quite a reputation as a writer on ecclesiastical and historical subjects He has recently published a new book on the Third Order Tertiaries and is now e- nedoiajolbe w0rW t ga0 Although he has been a teacher ever since his ordination ten years ago Father Volz is admirably fitted in training for parish work He is known as an able sand eloquent pulpit orator and has fre t quently preached at St Louis Bertrandstchurch so that he is not a total stranger to his new charge Under his wise ad ministration it is believed that St Louis Bertrands parish will make great strides as it has done under his predecessor Father Volz is now at St Roses con vent arranging his effects priorto their transfer to Louisville He will return and assume charge of his parish in about two weeks Meanwhile the Very Rev Father Martin O P will continue to act as prior The Very Rev Father Fowler O P who has just completed his term as prior it now visiting his mother in New York As yet he has not been assigned to any mission During the three years Father Fowler officiated at St Louis Bertrands he was a zealous and successful worker and to his efforts alone are due many of the improvements made in that time While the church debt has been considerably reduced under his administration noth lag was left undone that would add to the appearance of that house of God which many regard as the most beautiful in the city Not the least important of his works was the remodeling of the school building and the erection of Bertrand Hatl PRODIGAL SON Subject of Mr Fitzgeralds Lecture to Mackin Council Mackin Council Young Mens Insti tute ipaugurated its series of fall and winter lectures at the club house 630 Twentysixth street on Tuesday night Alderman James J Fitzgerald was the orator of the evening All routine business was hurriedly dispatched to give the members a chance tb hear the lecture One new application was received 1 Mr Fitzgerald told the story of tbq prodigal son and from it drew lessions for the guidance of Catholic young men of the present day His address was de livered in his fluent style beautifully worded and abounded with brilliant pe riods It was listened to with attention and was liberally applauded byMackin r will continue to be held every Thursday until Advent r DEATH OP A FRANCISCAN The Rev Brother Didicus Aeder O S F died at the Franciscan Convent cor ner Shelby and Green streets on Sunday morning Brother Didicus was sixty seven years old and had been a member of the Franciscan order for forty years Death resulted from gastric cancer For a number of years past Brother Didicus was Sacristan of St Bonifaces church from whence the funeral took place on Toecday morning LS t NTUCKY IRISH A RICAN L KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGm Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLB COPY 5c flittered at tbo LoNlavltle Postoltlce as SecondClass Matter ICoToinnlcatlonitotbe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 3Z6 WClt Orecn Street AddUM s11 nA ct TRADES I UNION LABEl COUNCIL it LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 31 1903 II DEMOCRATIC TICKET State Governor j C W BECKHAM Lieutenant Governor- W P THORNE Auditor S W lAGER Treasurer H M BOSWORTH nAttorneyGeneral- N B HAY- SSecretary ol Stale H V MCHESNEY Superintendent ol Public Instruction J H FUQUA SR Commissioner ol Agriculture HUBERT VREELAND Clerk ol Court ol Appeals J MORGAN CHINN Railroad Commissioners First District MD FERGUSON Second District C C MCHORD Louisville and Jefferson County Court CriminalCircuitjudge ol Jefferson Branch JOSEPH PRYOR Circuit Court Chancery 0Branch Division No1 SHACKELFORD MILLER Circuit Court Chancery Judge ol Jefferson Division No2 SAMUEL B KIRBY Division No11 Judge olI Common Pleas t EMMET FIELD Court CommonCircuitJudge of Jefferson r Pleas Branch Division No2 THOMAS R GORDON of Jefferson Circuit Court Common Judge Pleas Branch Division No 3 UPTON W MUIR Clerk of the Jefferson Circuit Court WILLIAM L WELLER JR Commonwealths Attorney Jefferson Circuit Court JOSEPH M HUFFAKER r DistrictrLABAN PHELPS LegislatureFor i Fortyfourth District HERMAN D NEWCOMB Fortyfifth District JOHN M LETTERLE Fortyslxth District CHRIS MUELLER Fortyseventh District LAWRENCE REICHERT Fortyelghth District JAMES P EDWARDS Fortyninth District- H P MDONALD Fiftieth District J C0CONN9R Fiftyfirst District THOMAS DREWRY Constable of Eighth Magisterial Dls k kfor trlct A B HACKEL Park Commissioners BISCOE HINDMAN ISAAC P MILLER BASIL DOERHOEFER I Aldermen HARRISGOWEN TYLER HUMPHREY KNECHT JAMES B SMITH PAUL BARTH DR R B GILBERT WJOHEARNJ J GEORGE MILLER DR J1 W FOWLER CHARLES F TAYLOR JOSEPH NEVIN CouncilmenFirst AJBIZOTJ JOHN BARON Second Ward DB B BUCKLE ANTON SCHWIETERS Third Ward T1 YEAGER A1J DOMECK Fourth Ward HENRY SEILER T N SHEPARD Fifth Ward M B SEVILLE SAM A LEDERMAN Sixth Ward S S BLITZ CHARLES D GREER Seventh Ward FRANK COOK LYNE HERNDON Eighth Ward HARRY W RUSSELL EDWARD B KERR Ninth Ward LEE CORN ALBERT S SMITH Tenth Ward PALMORE THOMAS MORAN W f Eleventh Ward JULIUS BEIRACH HERMAN CHRISTEN Twelfth Ward AUGUSTUS MILLER 1J W DRAKE School Trustees Fortyfifth District PHIL B THOMPSON Fortysixth District CHARLES A LANG Fortyseventh District BEN STEHLIN JR Fortyeighth District CHAPMAN YOUN6 Fortyninth District DR JW GALVIN Fiftieth District DR R EGALVI- NFlftyftrst District JOSEPH L ATKINSON OUR POSITION The Kentucky Irish American was established a little more than five years ago and from the outset has been devoted to the best inter ests of Its multitude of readers and supporters in Kentucky and elsewhere It has never insisted upon forcing its political ideas upon others but whenever the occasion demands the Kentucky Irish American will tell the people what il thinks best for their interests One of these occasions js at hand On next Tuesday the electors of this city and State will be called upon to elect their legislative judicial and executive officers Two great parties have nominated candidates for each of the many officesthe Democratic and Repub lican parties You are the electors You are to be governed by men of your own choice Will you select the Republican candidates or the Democratic candidates That is your business The Kentucky Irish American prefers the Democratic ticket be cause it is the party that has ever been the friend of the masses of the workingmen and the oppresed because it has ever fought religious intolerance because it advocates equal rights to all and exclusive privileges to none because it has nominated for State and municipal offices a set of men whose future actions can be judged from their past record Another reason for supporting the Democratic ticket at this time is that we believe the election of the Republican nominees would be a calamity as they are to a very large extent men whoa would close all avenues to public preferment against those who do not coincide with their narrow religious views Such being the case we believe our position will receive general in dorsement LESSEN EMIGRATION The Hon John Redmond leader of the Irish Nationalists in British Parliament has added his protest to those of Michael Davitt and mem bers of the Irish hierarchy against emigration Mr Redmond points out the fact that Irish youths and maidens are lured from home to the United States by stories ofeasy work at fabulous wages How often are their hopes blighted when they land in America and find them selves unsuited to the conditions They find their people crowded into diseasebreeding tenement buildings and working for starvation wages It is then that they are sorry they ever left the dear old land The great majority have not the money to go to the Far West and purchase farms and ninetynine times out oft hundred they would not under stand the farming conditions Farming in Ireland and farming in America are two very different things The Irish farmers event tally make good American farmers but they only succeed after years of patience and experience- Of course Mr Redmond can not stop Irish emigration Neither can the Catholic hierarchy of Ireland but they can reduce it to a minimum SOCIAL UNREST There seems to be in certain quarters a great feeling of unrest and distrust owing to unsettled labor coditions Of course this condition is bad for the capitalist but it 5s equally bad for the wage earner Labor unions have as much right to exist as trusts formed by capitalists but no labor union has a right to work evil on em ployersanrmor th employers r have a right to oppress their em ployes Every man according tour constitution has a right to life liberty and the pursuit of hap piness The socalled Socialism of the present day instead of making one man treat another as a brother is teaching its blind fol lowers to be dissatisfied with the condition of affairs and will in the end lead only to anarchy The only true Socialism is that of the golden ruleliDo unto others as you would have them do unto you This lesson was taught man kind by the Divine Savior Until employer and employe agree to work according to this divine precept there will be social unrest and dissatisfactionThe are not wholly to blame in opposing unions neither are the unions to be blamed as a whole because a few grasping in dividuals use their power to pro mote strikes and dissatisfaction Until the laborer is paid the proper wages and until the workingman does a full days work will the employer and employe continue to antagonize each other GOOD TIMES IN LOUISVILLE While Chicago appears to be suffering from strikes and in other places manufactories are shutting down and throwing men out of em ployment Louisville is enjoying unparalleled prosperity There are very few idle men in Louisville and those who are idle are either ill or do not care to work In fact labor is in demand here not only in the trades but for street work This surely indicates that Louis ville is well governed that her people are well paid and happy More than that we are having ideal weather for this time of the year which allows outdoor work to con tinue while elsewhere floods and snows nave put a stop to public improvementsThe rity of Louisville has not been spasmodic this year Ou the contrary it has been steady New buildings are going up con tinually new streets are being made and old ones reconstructed It is to be hoped that the e favor able conditions will continue for many years to come The latest reverend crank to bid for notoriety is Marie St C Wright of New York who advo cates putting incurable people to death This professed minister of the gospel forgets the command ment Thou shalt not kill If God intends people to be incurably afflicted He will remove them from earth at His own good time No one has a right to kill another even in the humane manner mentioned by Mr Wright The tremendous outpouring of the people to greet Gov Beckham and the other Democratic nominees on Wednesday night shows that the majority of the people of Louis ville favor liberty of conscience and abhor government by injunction RECENT DEATHS Mrs Margaret McCrann died at the esidence of her son in lavv John Herbet 019 Payne street on Monday evening The funeral took place from St Aloysius hurch Wednesday morning The deceased was well known in the East End and her death is a source of general egret Patrick Cavanaugh aged thirty years lied at the residence of his cousin John RI Brennan 1908 Lytle street on Monday morning The funeral took place from St Patricks church Tuesday afternoon The deceased was unmarried Death resulted from a complication of manylendsMrs Mary Rabenecker wife of Louis labenecker died at the family residence 613 West Walnut street Saturday afternoon The deceased was fiftythree ears old and leaves three children Mrs SUward Clancy Miss Maggie Rabe lecker and George Rabenecker The funeral took place from St Patricks burch on Monday morning Mrs tabenecker waS well known and highly respected The bereaved family have the sympathy of many friends in their ffllction- i CHARITY EUCHRE The ladies of Holy Cross congregation wl11 give a euchre for the benefit of the parochial school at Ostradera Ha- llwentyt street near Magazine on Thursday afternoon and evening The afternoon game will be called at 230 oclock and the evening game at 830 oclock The Rev Father Cunningham baa built up quite a nice parochial school and it deserves the aapporf of the good people of Louisville 1- II L JESS359S9S969S969S9SSSS 1 SOCIETY Mrs Fred Boylan is the guest of friend in Nashville Mrs Luther G Scanlou of Oakdale ia visiting friends in Bowling Green Miss Anita Muldoon returned Monday from a pleasant visit to Lexington I Misses Jessie and Ada Davie are attending the Ursuline Academy in Ohio Mrs M A McConnell of Crescent Hill is visiting friends in Dayton O Miss Kate Hines of New Albany will entertain the Fortnightly Club on Mon day evenings Miss Anna G Rapier of New Haven is the guest of her sister Mrs Richard A Dawson in this city Lawrence Fallen and his sister Miss Mary Fallen of New Albany are the guests of friends in Indianapolis Joseph H Tooe and Miss Ida May Esterle will be married at St Boniface church on Tuesday November 10 Mrs B M Sweeney of Edwardsvllle III is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs M E Koetter New Albany Mrs Charles Edelen of this city lIas returned from a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Maurire oil New Albany Mrs Andrew Stone and children of New Albany are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Martin OBrien of Bedford John J Buckley of Waltham Mass has returned home after a pleasant visit to the Rev Father McParland of Pewe Valley Miss Birdie Thornbury of New Haven spent several days in Louisville this week as the guest of her brother John II ThornburyMiss McElroy of Lebanon Ky has returned home after a pleasant visit to Misses Fay and Laeta Dully of Jeffersonville Miss Margaret Moriarity has recovered from her recent spell of illness and wil spend the winter with Mrs Clarenc Parsons 824 Second street James L Hackett has gone to San Francisco on a business trip His sot Lawrence Hackett accompanied him afar as Brntnilionville Nevada Joe Riehui the popular Louisville and Nashville locomotive engineer and his family have removed to their handsome new esidence on Sixth street near Park avenueMiss Margaret Kellnogg of Dayton 0 who came to Louisville to attend the BaronDoerhoefer wedding is the guest of Miss Mayme Klely 1407 West Jeffer son street Miss Evelina Reilly who was ill at Sts Mary and Elizabeths Hospital for two weeks has returned to her home at 733 West St Catherine strest and is pro gressiug nicely Edward H McAuliffe and Miss Anna A Springer will be united in matrimony at St Marys rectory New Albany on Tuesday November 3 Both are very popular young people Mr and Mrs John F Holland have returned from their bridal tour and are stopping at the Waverly Hotel Mrs Holland was Miss Alma M Kirley one of Louisvilles most popular girls Charles Smith a wellknown member of Mackin Council Y M L has so far recovered from a spell of typhoid fever as to be out and around He is receiving the congratulations of many friends on his speedy recovery Pat Nelligan the contractor one of the best known Red Men of this city was conspicuous at the Indian Pow wow at Liederkranz Hall last Monday night Members of his tribe voted him a print of entertainers The bans of matrimony were published at St Michaels church Fairfield las Sunday between John Flaherty and Mis Alice Cotton Tbe bridetobe is tot talented daughter of John Cotton and Mr Flaherty is a prosperous young farmer Ernest Natiello of Philadelphia and Miss Mary Passalaqua of this city wil be married at the Cathedral of the As sumption at 3 oclock Tuesday afternoon The bridetobe is the beautiful daughter of Charles Passalaqua Mr Natillo is arising young business man of the Quakes CityA delightful surprise euchre party wrs tendered Miss Josephine Oertel daughter of the well known brewer at her home 1400 Story avenue on Wednesday evening of last week Miss Oertel played the hostess with charming dignity and saw that all present enjoyed a pleasant evening Miss Mary Breckel the pretty little laughter of Charles F Breckel entertained n number of her young and old friends in celebration of her eleventh birthday A very pleasant evening was spent by all present Miss Mary received many congratulations and good wishes for her future Miss Edna Shepherd and John Joy well known and popular young people of New Albany were united in marriage on Wednesday evening by Rev Father Kelly of Holy Trinity church The ceremony was performed in the rectory parlors and was witnessed by quite a number of friends tobo wish the young couple a long and h ppy married life George E Ruffner formerly of this city aud Miss Annie Bradshaw of Leb anon were married at the Church of Our Lady of Good Counsel Baltimore on Monday morning r Ruffnerwaiborn and raised ia thkraty but for several u years past has been secretary for Chapman Co Brooklyn His bride is the beautiful daughter of Benjamin Bradshaw of Lebanon Charles Bodenbender and Miss Minnie Krutz popular young people of the West End were united in matrimony at Holy Cross church Wednesday afternoon the Rev Father Cunningham officiating The bride was recently received Into the Catholic church by Father Cunningham A number of friends and relatives of the contracting parties witnessed the cere mony The marriage of Dr J J Greenwell and Miss Marie Rapier of New Haven will be solemnized at St Catherines church at that place on Wednesday No vember 25 Dr Greenwell is one of Nelson Countys most successful young physicians His bridetobe is the third daughter of Sylvester Rapier the banker and is one of New Havens loveliest girls The friends of the young couple are showering them with congratulations Ignatius Joseph L Baron and Miss Mary Doerboefer were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at St Anthonys church on Wednesday evening After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the brides brother Basil Doerhoefer at For tieth street and Broadway Mr and Mrs Baron left for a trip through the East On their return they will begin house keeping in the Highlands Mr Baron is a popular plumber His bride is a mem ber of the respected Doerhoefer family John A Cody of New Albany and Miss Margaret Mary Arnold of Louisville were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at the Sacred Heart church Wednesday afternoon the Rev Father Walsh officiating The churrh was tastefully I decoruted for the occasion and was thronged with the many friends of the contracting parties Few handsomer brides ever entered Sacred Heart church Mr Cody is a popular young railroad man His bride is one of Louisvilles most charming and cultured young ladies After a trip to the East Mr and Mrs Cody will begin housekeeping in New Albany GOLDEN JUBILEE Of CornerStone Blessing Celobrated at St Martins The demonstration last Sunday in honor of tbe fiftieth anniversary of the blessing of the cornerstone of St Mar tins church was not only creditable but surpassed all expectations The church was tastefully decoratedwith the Papal colors Iboth inside and out while myriads of electric lights gave the altars and sanctuary a gorgeous effect The Right Rev Monsignor Zabler celebrated solemn high mass at 10 oclock the Right Rev Bishop McCloskey occu pying a throne in the sanctuary Mon aignor Zabler was assisted by the Very Rev Fathers Paul Alf and Louis Ohle as deacons of honor the Very Rev Father Leo Greulich as deacon and the Rev Father Jerome Prosper as subdeacon The Very Rev Fathers Cronin and Dumovich were deacons of honor to the Bishop The Rev Fathers Berreshclm and Thome were first and second masters of ceremonies respectively The festival sermon was preached by the Rev Father Holweck of St Xaviers church St Louis The choir directed by Prof Bernard Dentinger and assisted by a complete orchestra rendered Wiegands massIn the afternoon the men and boys of St Martins congregation took part in a grand street parade All of the local branches of the Catholic Knights of America and Louisville New Albany and Jeffersonville companies of the Roman Knights of St John joined in the parade Thomas J Gensle of the well known firm of Gensle Bros at Shelby and Gray streets was grand marshal So well did he have affairs in hand that the procession was ready to start promptly on time and covered the route in the exact time allotted The street parade passed in front of the church and out Shelby to roadway east to Logan south to Breckingridge to Jackson to Green to Clay to Chestnut to Campbell to Shelby and Gray where the marchers entered the church and attended vespers On entering the church the men were preceded by fifty little girls dressed inI white and gold and half a hundredaltar boys appropriately uniformed After the men who had taken part in the pro cession were admitted the public wasI allowed to enter but so great was the crowd that hundreds were unable to gain admittance After vespers an appro priate sermon was preached by Mon signor Zabler Benediction of the most blessed sacrament followed after which all present joined in singing the Te Deum GREAT THINGS Promised to Result From Catholic Knights and Ladles Euchre The euchre to be given at Pbcejiix Hill Park on the afternoon and evening of November 9 under the auspices of the Catholic Knights aud Ladies of America I promises to be a mammoth affair The ladies and gentlemen who are arranging the affair are leaving no stone unturned to make it a success The object Is to assist in raising funds for the entertainment of the delegates to the national convention of the Catholic Knights and Ladles of America which is to be held in Louisville next year Among those who are working for the success of the coming euchre are Miss Mary Sheridan Mrs Mary Foley Thomas Keenan Pat Sullivan Charles Breckel James Coleman and others They have secured 100 handsome costly and useful prizes It is estimated that not less than 1600 persons will take part in the even ing game Of course the attendance at the afternoon game is not expected to bet large but many ladlwill then who will be unable to attend the evening game r G i RECORD BREAKING WOMENS TAILORED SUITS There is only one true reason to assign for the great number of Suits we sold during the past week and that is right styles at the right pricesSaturday and Monday- We offer Suits made with skirted blouse coats with shoulder cape made from an allwool Venetian cloth the equalof any 1350 Suits 00salesaleonlyFancy Mixtures made with skirted blouse coat handsome ly trimmed in braid equal in quality style and make to 50Suits t AND Ao v v i jj 9 1 230 NIGHT 830 J i and of j I Tickets 25 Cents More Prizes Than Ever 4 xSx8 x sS 8 SxS A ROYAL OIven the State Officers and Visitor by the Hibernians of Covington The Covington Division of the Ancient Order of Hibernians held averylargeand interesting meeting Wednesday night State President Keenan and State Secre tary William T Meeban of Louisville were in attendance and wituessed the initiation of thirtyfive candidates Divis vision 6 of Cincinnati also sent a large delegation to the initiation and the enter tainment that followed the exemplification of degree work filled out an enjoy able evening President Donnelly presided and hurriedly dispatched all routine business after which the famed degree team of Cincinnati Division No 0 assumed charge and exemplified the degree work The degree team was composed of Thomas Murphy Sr Oracle Ed Mug avln Bard Thom as Murphy Jr Patti cian James Kelly Grand Guide John Fox Scribe The degree work was impressive throughout Mr Murphy as Patrician winning particular praise for his part Following the initation Tames Broderick Chairman of the Entertainment Com mittee took charge of the meeting He called upon Thomas Murphy Jr foa recitation which was given in splendid style State President Keenan then made a brief address on the condition of the order in Kentucky During the in terim that followed refreshments were served State Secretary Meehan next made a brief talk on the affairs of the order Mr Broderick followed with a song and was followed in turr with a brief talk from Frank M Tracy Next came a song by Mr McElroy Mr Keiley of Division 6 Cincinnati made a speech full of humor Judge M T Shine complimented the entertainment committee on the excellence of its work and thanked State President Keenan and State Secretary Meehan for their presence Mr Dunphy followed with a pleasing recitation President Thomas Murphy of Division 6 Cincinnati followed with a short but interesting talk During the evening refreshments were furnished in abundance and both the Cincinnati and Louisville visitors were made to feel at home TONY THE May be Repeated for Ute Benefit of the Catholic Knights of America The Entertainment Committee of the Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America met at Attorney Newton G Rogers office Friday night of last week and settled nearly all out standing bills- Several members of the committee suggested that the recent successful dra matic performance be repeated It was pointed out that Tony the Convict had made such a favorable impression that it would bear repetition Messrs Ben Speaker and Michael Reichert will be asked to gather their forces and give another performance between now and Christmas preferably on Thanksgiving night If the time is agreeable and the performers willing an effort will be made to securest Martins school hall for the performance No definite steps will be taken in the matter until Messrs Speaker and Reichert are heard from VALTIES tIOnlyWomens Shoes The great success attained in this department stimulates us to make it second to none in this city which can only be dependableShoes price Qathofs Special Is unquestionably the great est Shoe value ever offered It has all the essential points necessary to a firstclass Shoe and is the equal of any 250 8cost1 Dongola Kid Lace Shoes extension soles patent leather tips This is a quality usually Special98cSat 61IUOrSEIGHTH MARKET 4 EUCHREPHOENIX HILL PARK Monday November AFTERNOON Catholic Knights Ladies America WELCOME CONVICT re IRISH SOCiETYDiRECTORYA 8 DIVISION 1 Meets oil the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month 4ViceDoughertyRecording Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank ureet- Treasurerlhomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentJohn J Sullivan Recording Secretary Edward J Kel ran Financial SecretaryJohn T Keener 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month QuinnViceCooneyRecording Financial Secretary William Burns 807 Twentythird street TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmsPat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month HennessyVice LynchRecording Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnut ReillyTreasurerJohn DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentJohn Kinney HoganViceLynchSecretaryJohn TreasurerMike Kenney Financial SecretaryThomas OHern Y ovr IJMACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street MurphyFirstW Born traegerSecond HigginsRecordingCorresponding SecretaryFrank G AdamsFinancial Secretary Dau Weber 2548 St Cecilia stree- tTreasurerJoseph Steltenpohl ShaughnessyInside Outside SentinelPat Connollyt 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Manufacturers BIN ERSRepHunta I the Hammond Typewriter for Kentucky Typewrite Mpdlei Ribbons etctorechlnes BOOKS lLERSCor Third ape green Sts LOUISvILLE KY t ++i1 +t11tt1F- INE WINES CHAMPAGNES AL KOLJB345 West Green Street LIQUORS CIGARS I I I I I Ill PETER M AANDRIOT g 8 I 80N31e LMANUFACTURERSL I I I n SEVENTHANDOAKSTSTEN Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out LOW RATES FROM LOUISVILLE VIA Soutfyen I ailuay TO NOVEMBER 30 California Points 3600 Portland OreITaconla Wasb and Seattle Wasb 13800 Spokane Wash 3500 Ogden Utah Helena and Butte Mont 3400 Billings Mont 2000 One way tickets will be on sale until Nov 30 at the above rates via the South ern Railway and correspondingly low rates will be made to other points in the West and Northwest Cheap one way settlers tickets and round trip homeseekera tickets will also be on sale Nov 3 and 17 Oklahoma Indian Territory Texas and to many other points in the West also points InI the Southeast For maps folders and complete infor mation call on any agent of the Southern TIandHUNGERjPORDAvenue Louisville GVB ALLEN AMtI Gen 1aasAgt 8t Louis 0r- L v 7uTAC7WLEYS Monday Evening Blanche Walsh in Resurrection Tuesday Evening Joseph Jefferson in Rip Van Winkle Thursday Friday and Saturday Evenings and Saturday Matinee THE LITTLE PRINC- ESSHOPKINS Week Commencing Sunday Matinee Nov 11 EVERY AFTERNOON AND NIO- I1TLavineCameron Trio Peerless comedians and acrobats HOWARD AND BLAND Popular Louisville favorites Liuie B Raymond vivacious comedi eune Mr and Mrs Waterous highclass musicians Frank OBrien comedian Castellat and Hall funny sketch George Schindler premier harmonica player and THE BIOGRAPH MASONIC MEMER 4th and Chestnut Opp Postolf Ice 30 Bxlt Absolutely Fireproof 30 cxIs Home ORDER SEATS BY PHONE Oumb154 a095 main Week Commencing Monday Evening Nov 2 The Funniest Show on the Road JMR DOOLEYThe Big Farce Comedy Success Pretty OlrU Stunning downs Novel Effect and Catchy Music Bargain Matinees Wednesday Thurs day and Saturday10 and 25 cents Night 15c 25c 35c 60c 75c no hig- herBUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY NOV 1 Matinees Sunday Monday Wednesday Bttnrday Reilly Woods Big Spectacular and Vauderllle Co with the one and only PAT REILLYAnd the Orpheus Comedy Pour Nat Le Roy George and Lilla Brennan Craig and Ardell and Emily Beaupere The greatest novelty offering in vaudeville WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL Hot Lunch every morning from 030 to 1230 oclock 42J2 IW GREEN ST CLIFTON The members of the congregation olI the Church of St Prances of Rome Clifton are arranging to give a bazar front December 1 to 10 The friends of the Rev Father Thomas W White ar legion so that the success of the bazar is a foregone conclusion CRITERION CLUBS DANCE The Criterion Club composed of twenty five of the most prominent youn men in Portland will give its third select dance at Fountain Ferry Park on Tuesday evening November JO L n n U CUT THIS OUT t SHs rEflJtlCftYi i II ISH VTERI fll 1 S FHIt BHIiHOT f+ I ti t I VOTE FOR Ii1t fi tADDRESS f co SIGNED iL J I Saturday Oct 24 1903 t 00000000000000000000000 Above will be found the ballot for the Kentucky Irish American Worlds yourfriendsthat fifty votes maybe cast by either new or old subscribers for each paid yearly subscription Now is the time to take advantage of this great offer PARALYSIS Causes tlto Death of ExPoliceman Patrick J Raldy on Thursday Patrick J Raidy an old and citizen of Louisville died at respectedI residence 2538 West Main pay mottling after an illness of eight days On Wednesday evening of last week Mr Raidy was stricken with paralysis He retained consciousness till the following day From then on he sank slowly and steadily into eternal sleep The end tame very peacefully Mr Raidy died surrounded by his family but unconscious He had received the last sacraments of the church on the night after the day he was stricken Mr Raidy was born in the County Clare Ireland fiftysix years ago and came to America with his family when quite a small boy For more than forty years he had been a resident of Louisville He learned the trade of molder and for years was employed at Avery Sons plow factory In 1888 Mr Raidy was appointed a member of the police force and served with credit in that capacity until 1001 when he retired Since his retirement Mr Raidy had enjoyed the best of health so that the paralytic stroke resulting in his death came as a great shock to his friends and relatives Mr Raidy was in his younger days very active in politics and was known and respected all over Louisville He leaves a widow and the following cuilr dren Charles S Raidy and Misses Ida and Eva Raidy He also leaves the following sisters Mrs William Patterson Mrs Nellie Hawkins and Mrs Lizzie RankinTo to the bereavement of this stricken family it is the fourth death within two years First Mrs Catherine Ulrich Mrs Raidys mother was run over and killed by a street car Then Mack M Raidy a son died of typhoid fever A few months ago Jack Raldy another son died Now the husband and father is no more Mrs Raidy and her children have the deepest sympany olI many friends In this their last affliction The funeral will take place from St Cecilias church at 9 oclock this morn ing NEW MEMBERS Taken Into the Hibernian Fold by Division 4 Wednesday Night Division 4 Ancient Order of Hiber nians met Wednesday night with a fair attendance The Democratic meetingat the Auditorium attracted many who would otherwise have been present President John Hennessey occupied the chair The principal event of the meet ing was the initiation of six candidates Dr Thomas H Mulvey Dr Frank Norton Mike OKeefe James Costello John Niland and Will Woertz The in itatiou was carried out in the usual good style of No 4s degree team A communication was read from the Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies inviting the members to attend the euchre to be given on November 19 Tickets for this euchre can be secured from any member of Division 4 The visiting Committee reported that Harry Kerr and Martin McNally had re covered from the effect of recent acci dents Mrs Zorn transmitted a letter of thanks for the kind treatment given her son Ben Zorn by the members of Division 4 since he was injured about three months ago With the addition of the candidates in itiated on Wednesday night Division 4 has 223 members and is the banner division in the State Besides there are a number of applications yet to be acted upon NARROW ESCAPE Martin Hibbitt one of the Louisville Railway Companys oldest and best known employes who was injured in an accident at Fifth and Market streets on October 3 is able to be out although he has not sufficiently recovered to resume his duties Mr Hibbitt has been twenty one years with the Louisville Railway oce curred Mr Hibbitt was in charge of a northbound car on Fifth street His car was struck by a Story avenue car bound east To those who witnessed the accident front the street it looked like the motorman on the Story avenue car currentgblame has been attached to Mr Hibbitt as the accident was clearly no lank of hiss D o GREATER INTEREST Awakened in tlioFair Contest and Races Arc Very Spirited John Hennessey and Dan Mc- Kenna Arc Running Neck and Neck Lieut Fitzgibbons Loads Single Men With Frank DIcDon oh Second YOUNG LADIES ON THE STILL HUNT Interest in the Kentucky Irish Ameri can Worlds Fair contest continues to in crease and despite the fact that politics have come in for much attention on all sides during the past two weeks several of our candidates have made favorable gains Dan McKenna now has the lead in the married mens race He has 1412 votes to his credit while John H Hen nessey has a strong hold on second place with 1350 The other married men are closely bunched and several of them promise to overtake the leaders ere longLieut Tom Fttzgibbons continues to lead the single men with 2700 votes to his credit Frank McDonogb though he started later than Lieut Fitzgibbons is in second place with 1402 votes and is coming strong Tom Camfield Jr shows up this week with 200 votes and prom ises to make it interesting for the leaders No change is apparent in the single ladles contest although several of them are working quietly and expect to spring a surprise at the proper time Please remember the race is yet young and that it is open to all irrespective of creed and nationality The Kentucky Irish American offers a trip to the St Louis Worlds Fair next year to the most popular married couple to the most popular single man and to the most popu lar single lady This means railroad transportation to St Louis and a week at the Lindell Hotel one of St Louis highest class hostelries The test of popularityas previously announced is the number of votes which are cast through the Kentucky Irish Amer ican Each dollar paid in entitles you to fifty votes whether it is paid by a new or old subscriber Besides ballots are printed in the paper each week Get your friends to work and win the trip The standing of the contestants at present is as follows MARRIED COyPfcB John H Hennessey and wife 1350 Dan McKenna and wile 1412 John J Sullivan and wife 300 Joseph P McGinn and wife 200 Thomas Dolan and wife 150 Michael Reichert and wife 150 Thomas D Claire and wife 100 John Meagber and wife 100 Pat F McCarthy and wife 50 Harry Brady and wife 50 SINGLE LADY Katie Henley 150 Alice Walsh 150 Margaret Norton 100 Mamie Reilly 100 Catherine Couadeau 50 Julia KellYA 50 Mary Cavanaugh 1 50 SINCIBGKNTIaMAN Lieut Tom Fitzgibbons 2750 Frank McDonogh 1402 John Cavanaugh 250 Tom Camfield 200 James Hand lao Dave Burke 160 Charles Raidy 160 Ed Toomey 150 Louis Dugan 100 Tom Furlong oy 100 Ed Dalton h 50 John Crotty 50 Will McNally 50 George Percy Wells 15 ABBOT OBREChTS LETTER The Rignt Rev Edmund M Obrecbt Abbot of the Gathsemane monastery who has been in Europe during the past two months writes to Michael Herrman of this city that he will return home about November 15 Before be returns Abbot Obrecht will have SB audience with His Holiness Pope Plus fc During his stay in Europe Father 0 edithu visited the various TrappletiaocWeries and will re porttheiccondition t saperiors and to the authorities in W 1se t NEW HONORS Aro Said to Be In Store For Archbishop Ryan of Philadelphia Newspaper dispatches this week state that the Most Rev Archbishop Ryan of Philadelphia will be named as Cardinal at the next public consistory in Rome While this announcement can not be vouched for as authentic it is neither impossible not improbable Cardinal Gibbons on his return from Rome a few weeks ago stated that a new American Cardinal was a probability It is well known that his Holiness Pope Pius X consulted with Cardinal Gibbons on the church in the United States It is also well known that Cardinal Gibbons holds Archbishop Ryan in high regard and that if he were asked to make another Cardinal he would probably select the Archbishop of Philadelphia Archbishop Patrick John Ryan cele brated his golden sacerdotal jubilee only a few weeks ago He was consecrated Bishop in 1872 and made coadjutor to Archbishop Keurick of St Louis In 1884 he was made Archbishop of Philadelphia The Catholic population of the archdiocese is about 475000 Archbishop Ryan is held in high regard by all classes and if he is created Cardinal it will be a fitting tribute to his worth SOCIAL MEETING When Hibernians Will Enter tain New Members and Ladles Division 1 Ancient Order of Hiber nians held a well attended meeting Tuesday night President Mike Tynan was in the chair and all the officers were present save Treasurer Walsb It was decided to obligate a number of candi dates at the next meeting The initia tion will be held at the last meeting in NovemberAn to attend the Federation euchre was received and accepted None were reported on the sick list The mem ber decided to hold a social meeting on Tuesday Decembers This social meet lug will be given in honor of the new members An invitation will be extended to the Ladies Auxiliary to attend this social meeting and reception Newton G Rogers the attorney was to have delivered an address to the mem bers of Division 1 but owing to the press of business was unable to speak Tuesday Instead he will speak at the social meet ing in December Messrs William M Higgins Joseph Dougherty and John M Mulloy were ap pointed members of the Employment Committee LARGE CLASS Of Candidates to Be Initiated by Local Council Knights of Columbus A class of fifty candidates will be init iated by the Louisville Council Knights of Columbus on Sunday afternoon November 8 Delegations will come from Ohio Indiana Illinois and Tennessee to assist at in the initiatory ceremonies A banquet will follow the initiation at which between 300 and 400 Knights will be entertained The majority of those to be initiated at the coming meeting are residents of Louisville though a few of them are from outlying towns and cities Since the Louisville Council was established in this city about four years ago the the Knights of Columbus have made great strides Among its members are many of Louisvilles leading business and professional men MAY BE ARCHBISHOP Promotion Promised For Right Reverend John J Glen non According to the latest advises from Rome the Right Rev John J Glennon Bishop of Kansas City and Coadjutor to the late Archbishop Kain will become Archbishop of St Louis in fact at the next consistory Bishop Glennon is thoroughly familiar with the affairs of the archdiocese He was consecrated Titular Bishop of Plnara in 1896 with residence in Kansas City as coadjutor to the Right Rev Bishop Hogan A year ago when Archbishop Rains illhealth compelled him to ask for aid Bishop Glennon was made his coadjutor Bishop Glennon is the National Chap lain of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and Hibernian are very proud of the honors tbatap be in store for their chief spiritual adviser F + t t HICKEYSAMPLE ROOM Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool lUJ HICKEY Proprietor Home Telephone 384 218 W Jefferson St + t t t t WILLIAM BORGMANNDistillers Agent and Wholesale and Retail Dealer in WHISKIES WlflES AflD CIGARS I offer to the consumer some fine old whiskies at the following low prices ral8yearClnb250agal4yearOr priCtsWillHomo Phono 6264 2141618 SEVENTH ST LOUISVILLE KY Ve guarantee age and purity of all our goods JOHN IS FRANK 1 WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE KY SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOI ON THE e I n4vuonr1Dl111tI a by- I In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J AgentCrlAnagerW Foreeea Goodness SakeEat u r r MOTHERSBREAD GOOD EVERY WAY GOOD EVERY DAY What with bad cooks breakfast foods the American habit of bolting the food etc the modern stomach has a hard time of it For relief for yours try some really good oldfashioned bread like mother used to makevlz MOTHERS BREADmade of plain straight pure flour INSIST on getting IT and no other kind And save the BLUE LABELS theyre good for some nice china Now Is the Time to Order Your FALL SUIT All the newest patterns to select from Suits made to order in all the latest styles Also repairing neatly and promptly done JOSEPH T KILLMEIERIU- ERCHANT TAILOR 1741 W MARKET STREET SMOKE and ENJOY COONEY KENNEDYS CIGARSThey Are The Best Brands Made Monarch Gen DeWe- tlrisbAmerican FLORA DE CASTILLO Finest 10 Cent Cigar Made SSOZ W adCclxx Street SOCIAL OATHERINO The Entertainment Committee of St Johns Branch of the Catholic Knights of America held a social meeting at the home of E J Mann 010 Clay street on Sunday evening Among those present were Messrs E J Mann Willllam T Meehan C J Desse John T Garaghty William Rittman John Rhiel L Dominic flax and Al F Martin A very pleasant evening was enjoyed and it was decided to give another social meeting at the home of John Garaghty 510 East Broad way on the night of Tuesday November 17 Each member of the committee will bring his wife to this meeting Refresh ments will be served and a general good time ii in store for nil who attend Fall Styles have arrived in Hats s Caps Gloves and Umbrellas fi FKERSTINfc JewelerAND Optician1- 8th and Market Sts e Phono Main 3854AH n HEREMAOT BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSONtt BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street CARRAROS CAFEas ia ITALIAN SPAGHETTI TELEPHONE 761IN i IIINIiN1 IN E Corner Third and Green Sts QO TOPio- neerBottlingFOR Pioneer Bottling House n STRAIGHT WHISKIESB- IG JUG AT DOOR Jf P DAr913 WEST BROADWAY near Union Station BIG FOUR ROUTET- O 1 IndianapolisPeoria i CHICAGO 1 AND AM POINTS INkINDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT 1 Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE No 259 Fourth Ave 1 S J QAM l61v KyWARRENWM P DEPPS A G PACINCINNATI O u V Tw FQNTUOKY IRISH AMgRIOAN THINKING O- 1RPIANOS m I Has it ever occurred to you what tbe name CHICKERING insures First of all great durability then all tbe remarkable qualities of Tone and Action achieved after 80 years of intelligent endeavor to produce the most ARTISTIC PIANOSTHE WORLD AFFORDS It may mean slightly increased cost above the ordinary articlebut isnt it worth its To dispel any doubt come in and make a critical comparison MontenegroRiehm Music Co C3SOt3O FOURTH A ENUE +tH H CUSCADENSHave ons twentyfive push wagons selling our famous Brick Ice Cream and fifty people employed This is evidence that tOUR ICE CREAMS ARE GOOD AND PURE I lI MMHHfH + 1 I GEHER SON217 Market Street Near Second North Side New Store Just Opposite Old Stand c Stoves i RangesHOUSE FURNISHING GOODS AND KITCHEN SUPPLIES OUR SPECIALTY Stoves and Ranges made in Louisville + + + + + +tt4t4ftN H Oran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and EmbalmerCa- rriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 700 WEST WALNUT STREET TELEPHONE 810 I NOTICETHE HOPE WORSTED MILLS the new mills on Kentucky street between Logan and Swan will be completed about Dec 1 1903 These mills will give employment to 100 additional girls over fourteen years of age Hours of work7 a m to 545 p m Saturdays 7 a m to 415 p m NEW MILLS GOOD WAGES LIGHT WELL VENTILATED Apply Now to Present Hills Logan and Mason Streets HH H i JAMES SOWDERS r 159 West Jefferson Street Fish and Oysters BOTH PHONES 2803t + ++ H +4 + H+ + HH HHi++ + MHtMM Mm tMMMMt Peoplew4For Bus1nas Good Employment sad Succae CALL Oft WRrn FOR niL INFORMATION F pp- Uekn NstItHl tt lielldinglt1x711 rREeT3YIllE1Y Business College flRltE tfBBbllUgl 1 1tip 1FEt 1 I MllIooll M01111ffl611tr6oi lDESIGNERS AND BUILQERS OF IiITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE I flonuments I Artistic Work Only Solicits Workshops and Studios Carroa Italy i WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET ii- RHHBHRBDB nnftHH EHf11f4kl1 VDRINK=Hofbrau Pilsen r Beer BREWED BY SENNa ACKERMAN SREw71sG d01tEPANYJNO- ORPORArEDTELEPHONE 452 JOUa8VILLJC KY OLD AND RARE WHISKIES A SPECIALTY BLUE GRASS EXCHANGE Louis Wabnitz Co Proprietors SrOttkIMIttcr o o a W5MSWrWPlfiM fiW l5Vi WrU d drf r r 2yxSll yVyViyxjr yivYyv cyxyYiv Sn0 cy 0 sg f sg s And we get to the people first and all the time with the most interest iing reliable and economical Furniture and Housefurnishing values in 0I this market no misrepresentation or exaggeration I ANY RANGE IN THE HOUSE I FOR 12001CASHo And the balance weekly or monthly to suit your convenience BUCKSSteel Are the most beautiful tbe most dur able and themost satisfactory in the world IS bWe We are able to offer you these extraordinary inducements in prices and terms by reason of having placed our Q9 orders for immense quantities before the last great advance in prices have tbe goods our customers will reap o the advantage We ask only an inspection and comparison with the goods you are offered elsewhere Space here does not admit of our going Into detailscome see and we will easily convince you of the merits of the IISTEEL COMBINATION 398100 Cash and 50c a Week AS A COUCH AS A 131 This is the best modlm priced combination couch ever produced The frame Iis of heavy supported by oiltempered spirals They are very strong and durabls When open they make a I IS GOOD AT STORE i i I 631 633 635 637 639 West Market St Louisville Ky 0000000000000000 What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Regular meeting of Division 3 Monday will soon have another good division The idea of holding Sunday meetings has been abandoned by Division 1 of Duluth Tom Dolans suggestion to assist the widow and orphan meets with general approvalMembers out of employment should make it known to the Employment Com mittee of their division Division 9 of held its twelfth annual ball on Thursday evening More than 300 couples were in attend anceDivision 2 of Shieldsvllle Minn recently initiated a large class The State degree team from St Paul exemplified the work During November every division of the order in Minneapolis will hold memorial services for the repose of the souls of de ceased members Seutnas McManus the gifted Irish acthur and lecturer will speak at an entertainment to be iven by Milwaukee Hibernians on March 17 Arrangements are being made by Providence divisions for a joint exemplification of the four degrees on a class of forty candidates on November 8 Division 8 of Springfield Mass enter tains friends with two dances each season The first one held this month was attended by about 700 Rhode Island Hibernians have called a special State convention to deal with the troubles which have arisen in Pawtucket and the suspension of the mother division of that section Members of Division 12 of Providence were agreeably surprised at their last meeting by receiving fourteen propose tions for membership Six other candi dates were initiated Division 1 of Milwaukee is arranging to organize a uniformed rank companyof Hibernian Knights a consequence the society has been given fresh Impetus thirty new members having been initiated since the announcement was made and thirtyseven applications are to be acted uponobnE Browne tbe grocer at Twelfth and Zane streets whose name has fre quently been mentioned for office says of the present campaign HIam a Demo crat because Democratic party has always been fair in its treatment of our people Whenever the Democratic party baa been in power in the city or State it dI cratic doctrine but J am glad to aey tlw U Kentucky Democratic leaders practic IpreachI to members of tbe order In Minnesota the State officers announce that 1600 new members hay been secured since the last State conven tion As an inducement to secure add tional members prizes have been offered to those who will bring iu new membersI To tbelindividual who will secure befor March 17 sixtynew members a trip to tbe Worlds Fair at St Louis is promised with expenses not to exceed 75 paid For forty members a 10 trip is promised and for twenty new members a J25 trip to the fair is offered Prizes are alsi offered to tbe divisions that initiate thi greatest number of insured members be tween now and March 17- MACAULEYS Blanche Walsh one of the most renowned actresses on the American stage will appear at Macauleys Theater Mon day night In Tolstois Resurrection As Katusba Miss Walsh has a ad uiirnbly suited to her On Tuesday nigh Joseph Jefferson will present his old but ever new Rip Van Winkle The Little Princess will fill out the rest of the week with Saturday matinee MASONIC THEATER The famously funny Mr Dooley the humorous hero of tuneful song and witty story comes to the Masonic next week in the guise of the funniest musical farce comedy seen in years It already has been lifted into the biggest hit sent out from New York this season Fifty people and a big chorus stacked with pretty women bring tbe prettiest gems of song into the most pleasant prominence and the performance fairly sparkles with tbe brightest fun BUCKINGHAM Reilly Woods big spectacular vaude ville company will be the attraction at tbe Buckingham Theater next week O course tbe inimitable Pat Reilly will be one of the principal entertainers In the olio will be the Orpheus Comedy Four Nat Le Roy George and Lillla Brennan Craig and Ardell Emily Beaupre and Bonita with her Cuban and African midgets Two musical travesties intro ductng the entire company will complete the programme The usual matinees will be given HOPKINS Crowded bouses greeted the vaudeville stars at the Hopkins Theatre at each performance this week Next week the management promises another batch of stellar attractions including the Lavine Cameion Trio peerless comedians How ard and Bland ina musical comedy sketch Mr and Mrs Frank Waterous original entertainers Lizzie B Raymond the vivacious comedienne Caatellatt and Hall in A Friend from Wall Stredn Frank OBrieDf comedian and acrobat George Scbindler the premier harmonica player and thfUocrsph with new pic Lures 4ti art given every1lay Read pur wW ulrerllaeanente n- n FOR 2985AND UPihave them inIALL SIZES ALL I To suit the requirements of the small 0est or the largest family and the purse of tbe rich or the lowly We and us Buck COUCH BED I Q bed BEDI iyOUR CREDIT THIS i- iIWORLDI000000000000 HIBERNIANS nightKentucky Minneapolis its As the dIbas part PRICESI I IRELAND I Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges I Arthur McClintosh of Dublin has been appointed Public Trustee under the new Irish land act Glenville Castle County Antrim the seat of Baronet Daniel Dixonwas almost totally destroyed by fire Andrew Carnegie has offered to give 10000 toward the erection of a free library at Ratbkeale County Limerick During a recent storm which swept over Rinneen nine boats all open fishing yawls were washed away and wrecked Brother Norris of the De La Salle Order was drowned at Tramore His body was washed ashore near Waterford The Very Rev Canon Mannix has been appointed to succeed the late Mon signor Gargan as President of Mayuootb College The tenants on several large estates in tbe County Limerick have met and de tided to ask on what condition they could purchase their holdings The first sale under the new land act in the County Waterford is that of the estate of Capt J ONeil Power who has practically closed with his Williamstown tenants at twenty years purchase Patrick Cotter a young farm laborer of Drisbeen lost his right hand while at work on a threshing machine While the surgeons were dressing the injured member the unfortunate man died as a result of the shock Mrs Michael Donovan fifty years old and the wife of a respected farmer near Skibbereen lost her way during a storm fell into the river and was drowned Her body was recovered several days later The deceased left several children in AmericaMichael Keane a welltodo and highly respected farmer of Duffcarrick County Waterford was found dead in his fields The deceased was noted for dispensing charity in a practical manner during bad timesHe leaves a widow and several grown children Devlin the Galway member of British Parliament is urging tbe Government officials of the Dominion of Canada to adopt the city of Galway as a British port for fast Atlantic steamships He mlleanearerfour hours would be effected Richard Gregory a fisherman found five swords of ancient and exquisite workmanship on tbe coast near Cusklnny recently A few days before that be dug up a number of swords and guns He continues to die as he is impressed with the Idea that there is other treasure be sides guns and swords bidden in the same place At a recent conference of Ulster farm era held at Belfast the benefit of the new land act to Ulster was considered The Hon T W Russell M Pwas the principall speaker He announced that conventions would be held in twelve agricultural constituency in Ulster before Christmas to select candidates fotth RRaral election 0 I WATHENrsTI IIce Cream and Sherbets1 HAVE THREE STRONG POINTS PURITY QUALITY PRICE ITry them and you will be convinced Cream Xshipped as Far as 400 miles HOME TELEPHONES 2144 AND 3868 if 629 EIGHTH STREET + 0000 ON COALI- t is hardly necessary to suggest that you prepare to fill your coal house Our Coal is clean burns free from clinkers and hold fire over night- Pittsburgh 4th Pool Lump 25 Bushels 325 Pittsburgh 4th Pool Lump 100 Bushels 1300 PACIFIC COAL CO Phones 1821 2686 CHAS L CRUSH Mgr 452 W Jefferson St 00000pQ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + p + me Gilds fl Rogers BOOK GO 11A- JS having recently Incorporatedand added new capital now prepared to furnish all kindsj RTICLESI Iy BOOKShMAGAiiN AND RELIGIOUS g OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 1 PICTURE FRAMING A SPECIALTY f FINE PORTRAITS OF POPE LEO XIII + 3S5 W Jefferson Street+ + 00 00000000 00000OOOOOU C C ROE CLEM W MUGGINS ROE HUGGINS 1 ATTORNEYSATLA- WI Phone 2111 341 FIFTH STREET loo7r7reeprnqHl fffsr f TMS cHe pesr Penmanrlui S7orTanr7R o iltPlI1in fTele9rap7iyI J ffend for F ktaloauc l1ufsyillelly Fu Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist in his line We are now in our new home N E Cor Second and Walnut streets The finest and best arranged ichool building in the South Visitors always welcome School open all year Students can enter at any time E J WRIGHT President t I m 1I= f iil UNDERTAKERS U i 1mMIt h d All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night ringeR Furnished for All Occasions fllD Dougherty Home Telephone 2915 Oj21 FRflNK FEHR BREWING 60 INCORPORATED r Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY W8 W 3 S i Kentucky Stove and Tinware Co 1 Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Stoves Ranges Mantels Stove Fittings Tinware Granite Ware MOTTS FURNACES AND KETTLES FRANK McDONOdH Manager 705 W Alain Street 3 Jxjx S J SxJxJ JOHN F OKRTBLBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Tst photi 89tLUISVILLSKY f Y