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P II IRI1I 4 i 1 II KENTUCKY t1 i VOLUME XIIINO 15 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 8 L904 PRICE FIVE CENTS PROSPEROUS 1 1 Never Before Wore Local Hiber nians in Such Splendid Condition Reports Read at County Con ventlon Aroused Greatestr Enthusiasm r Able and Energetic Young Mon rf Elected to Servo Two I Years KIND WORDS FOR P T SULLIVAN The most enthusiastic gathering of delegates to attend a county convention of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in the city of Louisville since the founda tion of that organization here twenty eight years ago was that which assem bled at Hibernian Hall last Sunday after noon President Patrick Sullivan called the meeting to order which was opened by prayer All the county offiers were in attendance and among the visitors were State President Thomas Keenan James Rogers exState President Martin Cusick exState Secretary James Cole man and Messrs Thomas Dolan Patrick ListonLawrencc Mackey Will Connelly Patrick Begley and others who had been high in the councils of the order xhe first business was the appointment of a Committee on Credentials President Sullivan naming Messrs John P Hellon George J Butler Patrick Welsh John Keaney and Owen Keiran After a short recess this committee reported twenty four delegates present and entitled to voteand voice in the convention County President Sullivan then read his address which was in part as follows Brothers of the Ancient Order of Hibernians two years ago you honored me by electing me County President by a unanimous vote I promised when elected that I would do all In my power to build up the order but could do nothing with out your assistance I then stated I would know no division in my official capacity that all would be treated alike by me How well I have kept that promise I leave to your judgment to decide r Here followed statistics showing the numerical standing of each of the four divisions the net increase membership being 141 DivicionsS and 4 gaining the largest numbers Brothers I wish to thank the members of the County Board for their kind support in every under- takIng we had during the past two years and I hope my successor will receive the same kind and considerate treatment 0 that was accorded myself while presid ing This body has important work be fore it and it is my earnest wish that the convention give due consideration to all matters that may come before it We should always keep before us the motto of our order Friendship unity and Christian charity1 Let us consider every measure that comes before this conven lion in a cool and deliberate manner andI use our best efforts for the greatest goodI of the order In my official have written nearly one hundred communications I succeeded in having the members attend holy communion in a body at St Patricks with the announcement from the altar and I feel grateful to the pastor Very Rev James P Cronin V G for his kind words on that occa aion I wish to thank you once more for your kindness during my term and hope that my successor will receive the same generous treatment that I have at all times enjoyed at your hands II The address was well received and evoked generous applause The list of committees was then read as follows RulesJoseph Cooney Joseph Dough erty John J Sullivan Thomas Lynch Joseph Lynch- FinanceMichael Tynan Con J Ford Thomas Quinn John Hennessey John MulloyRevlaionJoseph P McGinn Patrick Welsh Peter Cusick Con Ford and John Hennessey Resolutions Edward Keiran Thomasy Callahan D J Coleman Thomas Keenan Jr Will E Burns Upon motion the convention adjourned to give the committees time to consider the matters placed before them and pre pate their reports After reassembling the first business was the calling of committees The first read was that of the Rules Committee which recommended thattthe rules governing the last convention be adopted and this was concurred In Next came the Finance Committee who reported through Chairman Mike Tynan that the books and accounts of Treasure John J Sullivan were found absolutely correct and kept in a businesslike p manner with a nice arm remaining after all expenses were paid This com mitten recommended the election of 3 Financial Secretary there now being two a teoMit to keep that of the Hall Board requiring special attention The recom meadation was concurred in by uaani voteCommittee on Resolntkmfl com p8jM4ef the young men of the order broubt forward the most important barf Theirreportreoliaise ptepoMd bythe uatlCHII body and InfiM BhUr nlaiw thcteaelileg ti klMlar t tke pareeW4ttaoo J 4id w n t f2 THOMAS QUINN New County President Ancient Order of Hibernians 000s00000C the movement for the erection of a clubhouse by the five divisions of Louisville that the order use its best efforts to bring the youths that have fallen away from the church back into the fold urging members to aid brothers out of employ ment In securing situations and to be always ready to help elevate them to higher position recommending that all Catholics see that their children are edu cated in the parochial schools recom mending the consolidation of the four divisions into one and indorsing the ad ministration of the County Board All the resolutions were concurred In bj unanimous vote excepting the one pro posing consolidation which was dis cussed for half an hour by Messrs John Hrllon John Mulloy Joe McGinn Mike Tynan Denny Coleman Thomas Walsh and others The opposition was led by John Hellon who pointed out that the four divisions were now prosperous and increasing in numbers and there was therefore no necessity for a change John Mulloy Mike Tynan and Tom Walsh wanted a stronger and more influential organization alt under one tOof and merged into one body A result would be a great saving of time and expense Banded together to advance mutual in terests this could best be done when all meet together and on a common plane Joe McGinn wanted the question fairly met and all given opportunity for full expression When Denny Coleman made the point that the resolution was only a recommendation and Will Burns said it was submitted to produce argument and that final action Jay wiuuibe divisions anyhow a vote was taken and the resolution adopted by a good majority Next came the report of the Revision Committee recommending the adoption of the constitution and bylaws that gov erned since the preceding convention The committee was unable to agree upon the initiation question majority and minority reports being submitted The minority wanted a minimum fee of 3for all the divisions and a long and ear nest discussion followed participated in by Messrs John Mnlloy John Hennessy Joe McGinn Tom Walsh Martin Cusick James Coleman and others Those favor ing the majority report contended that the order was advancing and young men were coming in in large numbers and as the order had plenty of money the fee should be put within the reach of those who earn only small wages The adher ents of the minimum fee of 3 pointed out that the Ancient Order of Hibernians was a great organization and every Irish Catholic should be willing to pay even a higher rate to attain its benefits Here after a fee will have to be paid to the examining physician and to make the order too cheap would work its ruin When the vote was taken the 3 fee was adopted by a big majority Any division failing to exact this sum from new mem bers before admission will be liable to suspension by the National Board The convention by unanimous vote in- dorse and recommended the Kentucky Irish American and commended it to the general public State President Keenan was present and expressed himself pleased with the work of the convention The State officers he said were kept busy and the outlook was that Kentucky would be in the lead in reaching the 200000 pointThis completed the business and the election of officers was ordered Tom Walsh fna masterly speech placed County President Sullivan iu nomination for reelection and his election would have followed by acclamation but that gentleman announced that it would be eiblefor him to serve another term and his name was withdrawn For all the offices there were a number of nomi nations but the count of the ballots showed the following to be elected President Thomas A Quinn Vice President Joseph A Dougherty SecretaryEdward Keiran Financial Secretary Will Connelly TreasurerJoba M Mulloy io NADORPP SUPPERS John Nadorff of Nadorff Bres Second street left last Sunday morning for the Worlds Fair wearing IB his shirt ta handsome diamond stud Upon arils lag at St Louis in the evening he was surrounded at the depot by a email army of runners for hotels and lodging house and when be emerged on the street his stud wee goner While he regretted bis lose he win uadaHated and every sight be eotald lj seen doing either the Irish of German village or atroBingco the Pike M rraeoeernI ail airy oe Who bad nevecbew Umchsd + I aA I I JOHN M MULLOY New County Treasurer Ancient Order of Hibernians VISITOR FROM IRELAND Guest of Rev Fathcr Thomas White at St Frances Rectory Edward White a prominent and influential resident of the County Wicklow Ireland is in the city the guest of his brother Rev Thomas White the beloved and popular pastor of St Frances of Rome church in Clifton Wicklow is renowned In song and story for its won drously beautiful scenery and the ancestral home of the distinguished visitor is within a hundred yards of the noted Vale of Avoca which inspired Tom Moores everlasting Meeting of WatersMr spent several days at Bowl Ing Green with Rev Thomas Hayes whom he met several years ago when the latter visited the Emerald Isle He expressed himself well pleased with Kentuckyand his reception here and his visit may be prolonged for several weeks All who have met him have been delighted with his personalty and pronounce him a true type of the real Irish gentleman FRED LEEZER BUSY Has Begun Work on New Buildings at Nazareth- Academy Fred Leezer the well known and sue cessful building contractor who has just finished the erection of Mackin Councils 10000 club house has begun work on the new buildings to be added to Nazar eth Academy There are two the larger of which will be the main school building and the other the kitchen Over a million bricks will be used in their con struction and the work will not be completed before next May The Sisters of Nazareth will then have the largest and most commodious female educational institution in this section of the country Mr Leezer is now finishing the erec tion of the mammoth cold storage plant and Ice factory of the Merchants Refrig erator Company on East Main street between Brook and Floyd This con tract alone required 2500000 bricks and has furnished employment for a large force of men during the summer Mr Leezer bids fair to take the place of Fred Hoeztz as Louisvilles biggest contractor T COVINGTON What a Big Hibernian Has to Say of the Ladles Auxiliary Special Correspondence of the Kentucky Irish American COVINGTON Oct lTbe Ladies Aux of the Ancient Order of Hibernians have held their election of officers and to say that it was sprightly is putting it mildly The electioneering of some of the ladies was remarkable and would make some of our politicians take to tall timber They all send their kindest regardsto the ladies of Louisville and more than that to the men I suppose they would term it love II but as I am a mar ried man well nuff sed Anyway tell the boys to keep their promises and write for if they dont Twill have Co get a Louisville directory to furnish the information asked of me Following is the list of officers the ladies elected County President =Miss Hannah Mur pbyPresidentMiss Mollle Cushing Vice President Mrs Rate Finnegan Recording Secretary Misa hula Mar phyFinancial Secretary Misa Nellie MoranTreasurerMreEllen OConnorSergauttArmaMiss Sentinel Miss Mae Eagan With beet wishes to all our brothers in Louisville and success and thank to the Kentucky Irish American for its kind praise and many notices of the Coving ton convention I am yours fraternally MIirrFATHBK OiLKBKT lETTfcK JoaephsdtttrehWM able to be ap arid about again thfe week to the great relief of the Mtira parish to wry owe of wbem IMS has edger d bitneelf 10 u I ie MEMOIJALS- ervices I For Late midge Mul r Hold at Flrstifolnt l 1l Sessionh JEloquent and Feellngr Tribute Paid Dertd Jurist UyJudgo ODohertyt iBench and Bar of Kentucky Lost One of tSmining LlgbtAw FUTURE WAS ONE OF GREAT PROMISE The memorial services of the Louis ville Bar Association fat the late and lamented Judge Upton 1 Muir were held Saturday at the first joInt session DEI the Jefferson Circuit Co rt and every 1 lawyer of prominence was there as a mark of respect The Addresses were delivered by Judge Gordon f Judge ODoherty and others and all were expressive of grief overt the loss theI bench and bar had sustained The address of Judge ODoberty who suc ceeded Judge Muir was pJfe of the mostI brilliant yet feeling effort ever heard in the Couit House Tile sentiments expressed were ofa Christian and liberal spirit that commend themselves to aUII and will be appreciated by none moreI than the readers of this paper Judge ODoherty said Mr Chairman and Gentlemen I cannot allow this occasion tee pass without adding my humble tribute to the more worthy ones which have already been paid to the memory of lour departed friend The office which we are hereto discharge is indeed a sad one I am confident that there is not in this meetI ing tt man to whom the Views of Judge Muirs death did not bring a pang of keenest sorrow He was I may say it without the slightest exaggeration the idol of both bench and bar in the courts of this county He had not only the I unbounded respect and confidence of his associates but better still their love I He was fortunate Ju possessing in a marked degree those virtues which not only command respect Ibnt inspire affection Of him indeed Ufwiy truly be said trknowh1n tlovetiIni He possessed a mind made radiant by the ascendency of virtue grace and genius Without pride without affectation he was yet bold and independent in thought and action As incapable of intellectual anarchy as of intellectual slavishness with no more respect for hoary absurdity than for novel imbecility however osten tatiously presented or gaudily labeled with all the true lawyers reverence for authority for time tested principles and rules of human conduct yet never allow ing the reverence to degenerate into blind unreasoning worship or into fatal forgetfulness of the fact that though the principles of the law are immutable the science bwhich those principle are to be applied to the ever changing and com plex relations of men is progressive he appeared to be wholly unconscious of the natural superiority of his genius Herein lay one of the greatest charms of his character It saved him from that taint of selfsufficiency which has prevented many a great lawyer from becoming a good Judge He had the judicial tem perament as it is called in all its full ness He seemed to realize in a marked degree the dangers which attend a Judge who enters upon the hearing of an argu ment with a dogmatic conyion in his own mind that he understa I either the law or the facts of the car more fully than the lawyers who have prepared It He was courteous cautious and pains taking yet bold fearless and firm in the discharge of his duties He not only promised to be and this would have bee almost enough to have looked for in one of his comparative youth but he was iin fact an Ideal Judge He had that innate love of justice which is the first requisite of a great lawyer Injustice moral deformity was offensive in his sight His refined perceptions Tightened and in tensified by the love of the beautiful and the true enabled him to penetrate almostt at a glance any mask it might wear He stood laurel crowncdasitwere at the entrance of the temple of fame which opened wide its portals before him Yet great as were his achievements they were but the pledge of promise of what might be expected from him iin later pars when the autumn of life would have mellowed and ripened to their fullest perfection the rich fruit ofr ht fertile mind As a citizen he w I justly esteemed and honored bya1las aI son husband and father he reached the full measure of the Christian gentleman that he was I do not know that he held or claimed membership in any Christian body or denomination but It do know that he bad a profound for all things sacred that he had a deep religious nature and ws far f removedI from the tanks of the scours His sur prisingly sudden and unlookedfor deathI is another and sad reminder If one be needed of Hthe shadows that we are andI the shadows we pursue With good rea son doe one of the greatest philosopher po ofour languageasclftin Tell ns V spent godl say jpurdUa aagtil1t tell- Whatt thwr UitwUi Mhatt enchant rii ttollL+ fir L y 7 YR I l JUDGE MATT ODOHERTY Delivered Great Address at Bar Associa tion Memorial Meeting The phantom of an age twixt us and death The human heart would sink in de spair this earth of ours would become one vast bazarhouse and we poor pen stoners on the bounty of an hour a prey to the leprosy of time from whose withering taint there is no escape would hope less and rayless follow each other in solemnprocession to the charnel chambers which await us to become food for the worms as dumb beasts to slaughter pens but in an infinitely more pitiable plight did not reason and revelation alike assure us This is the bud of being the dim dawn The twilight of our daythe vestibule They argue in vain they contend against their own and our reason who try to convince us that what they cal1I nature but which we know is God has denied to the soul of man the indestructi bility with which it has clothed every particle of matter entering into the souls temporary tabernacleISurely whatever fools who mistake themselves for philosophers may tell us the tenant is greater than the tenement the diamond is more precious than its setting mind is greater than matter Dust thou art to dust returnest Was not spoken of the soul No no reason resents the assault made upon her the affront which they offerI who ask us to believe that mans liberated spirit when the temple which impris J oned it has fallen to ruinmelts as a streak of morning cloud into the infinite azure of the past It Is not so the heart of man no less emphatically than his reason proclaims the truth Nature is not the void they would make her Surely that omniscient providencewKtcE anticipated even our animal wants which provides food to satisfy our hungar and drink to quench our thirst has not de creed that the souls quenchless longing for immortality shall remain unsatisfied Man was not invested with reason thatI he might contemplate in disgust the miserable emptiness of his souls divin est longing He was not raised above the beasts of the field that he might in meditating upon his last end be more miserable than they The mind was not created to devour itself or to curse the power that evoked an existence which it was unable or unwilling to preserve No man was created to look heavenward to read in the beauty and order of the uni verse the power and purposes of his Creator and his own immortal destiny Thus do we find comfort in our greatest loss Our departed friends our loved ones have not left us for ever We are but temporarily separated from them We follow them In solid ranks and in rapid procession They await our coming Thus may we contemplate the death of our friend and profit by the contemplation In this spirit should we stand by his tomb and drop a tear upon his gravy Peace eternal peace to his noble soul LONG TRIP Edward J OBrien and Daugh EuropeannCapitals Edward J OBrien and his scram pUshed daughter Miss Marie sailedl from New York on the stamer Boltic for Europe last Tuesday and will visit alll the points of interest on the continent before returning They will spend some time in Ireland going thence to Paris and later to Rome where they will have audience with the Holy Father Mr OBrien who was a delegate to the inter national convention of the St Vincent de Paul Society at the Worlds Fair wasI bodyIto the Superior of that great Catholic charity society In Paris and he will have the satisfaction of reporting Louisville asI at the head of all the American cities IinI absenast about three months returning for the Ktntuckyirlendsvoyage m NITZKENS OPENING Henry Nitzken for a number of yearsI in business at Thirteenth and Graysoun streets opened his new exchange on Walnut street above Thirteenth last Monday night and his friends who are legion assembled to give him a goodl send The genial host had music andl an excellent menu for all and treatedl them royally Henry to one of the post popular melilin the Tenth ward andl were he to abler polities the people Wotikl sleet hint to art oftcc within tMir gNta d rl t J J J B BURDISS New State Treasurer Ancient Order of Hibernians THE BIG DAY t t Distinguished Clergy and Offl dials Honor the Sisters of Nazareth t I t Nazarath day at the Worlds Fair was a brilliant success snore than 300 people attending the exercises held in the Kentucky I building Addresses were made by Archbishop Glennon Rev L W Mulhane of Ohio and Gov Beckham Besides the Mother Superior the Sisters present were Sisters Marie and Marietta from Nazareth and Sisters Virginia Eutropla and Cldly from Louisville Great praise is due Sister Marie who I had charge of the meeting and to whose I untiring efforts and good management I the success may be largely attributed Among the Louisville ladies attending t were Mesdames John S Jackmau who was elected President of the alumnae J Emily G Snowden L B Mitchell S Heinsohn J J Gross and Katie Smith Through the courtesy of the Louisville t Henderson route aspecial coach was provided t for the return of the Sisters and their friends whose comfort and welfare I was looked after by Frank G Cunningham t traveling passenger agent I FALLS CITY HALL t t Being Transformed Into One of the Finest Stores InILouisville I The Falls City Hall building on West Market street is being rapidly transformed into the largest and handsomest storehouse building in the city TheI new store will be occupied by Joseph Hubbuch Sr the well known carpet and wall paper dealer who expects to be ready for business at his new stand on Monday October 17 In addition to an Immense line of the latest designs injj carpets and wall papers Mr Hubbuch will carry a large and varied assortment of upholstry goods tapestries pictures frames moldings etc He will haveI associated with him his sons who winI have charge of departments They are young men of splendid business ability and will add much to the popularity ofI the new house which will greatly in crease the volume of business and lead the way in that locality A visit to the new store will be a pleasant surprise to any of our readers INVITATION Extended Louisville Hlber nlarts to Visit the Jeffer sonville Division Although many members attended the horse show there was a good number present at the meeting of Division 3 A O H Monday night Thomas Grimes was reported on the sick list and quite an amount of routine business was trans acted The proceedings of the county convention were reported and Dr Will iam B Doherty was elected Division physician State President Keenan and the editor of the Kentucky Irish Ameri can were visitors The former announced that the Jeffersonville division had sent him a letter asking the Louisville mem bers to visit that city and be their guests at a meeting to be held next month He also read a communication from National Secretary Carroll which conveyed the news that encouraging reports were being received from all ports of the country and calling upon Kentucky to do her share National Director Butler and Patrick Sullivan congratulated the division on the selection of its young President Tom Quinn for the head of the order in Jeffer son county and congratulatory letter was read from State Secretary Hunt who says the Covington division has corn menced preparations for the observance of St Patricks day The Ladies Aux diary of that city also invite their Louis rule friends Loa euchre and reception to be held November WILL 00 TO PAIR William M Higgins sad wife leave tonight to spend tea days at the Worlds Pair This is the first vacation taken by the editor of the Kentucky Irish Amen yearsagoby sanding their espy In early next reekC- I I l CHALLENGED e 3 niiclmol Rolchort Ready to Meet Albert F Martin In Debate Former Gives Reasons For His Position on the Reratlner Question tWould Hire Hall and Invite All Catholic Knights to Discussion APPEALS FOR LOYALTY TO ORDER The new rating adopted for the Catho lie Knights Is still the foremost subject warmlydebatedthe courts will not be concurred in as many of the branches that have already toted oppose that coupe Owing to theeat local interest and feeling over the nesUon much space has been given in these columns with a view to preventing radical action end promoting harmony in the ranksand giving both sides a fair hearing For these reasons we give space to the following from Supreme Delegate Michael Rcichert newspaperdiscussion To the Editor of The Kentuckj IriibAmeriaa Would you kindly give a little space iu your valuable paper to one who has labored and worked for twentyfive years in the interest and for the welfare of our nobleold order the Catholic Knights of America which has paid over 12000000 to its widows and orphans First the writer desires to thank the Kentucky Irish American for having always and on all occasion given unlimited space to matters pertaining to and benefitting the ordera fact which defies any and all contradiction As an old and careful reader of this worthy paper the writer is in a position to know and is sincere in this statement and for that and other reasons deems it his duty to ask for a little space in answer to the article writ tenfor last weeks issue by the Secretary of the Kentucky State Council Co K of AThe cCl1ingo questions concerning the welfare of the order etc This criticism is unfair and an injustice to the paper and its editor All the writer hoe ever read in the Ken tucky Irish American on matters referred to were true facts intelligently written up by the editor who never misses an opportunity to get the true and honest facts which he personally gathers up and publishes In a way to convince the readers of the noble work done by this society and urges them to join in its per forman e Such articles can and must benefit the order But can you through an article like that of the brother re encouraging strances etc against the Supreme of ficers accusing them of being guilty of throwing out the old man depriving him of Iris insurance throwing him overboard the sinking ship etccan you through an article like this accomplish any good for the order Is it right or even good taste for the brother to denounce the en tire work of the Supreme Council consisting ofa body of intelligent con scientious Catholic men including a number of priests representing forty two Statesto declare their work an in justice to either the old or young There careful and sincere deliberations lasted four days and part of the nights the result of which was not only indorsed by his Grace Archbishop Glennon Supreme Spiritual Director of the order but the participants were heartily congratulated by him for placing the order on a basis that will enable it to make good and fulfill all its promises Make no promises said Archbishop Glennon that can not be kept Honesty Is the first obligation of a society and hnil members and no society can on an average pay more to a member than it has received Does the Secretary of the Kentucky State Council imagine that he is so well versed and that he knows so muck better the needs of the order as to justify him to criticise and condemn the Important work accomplished by these men If so he must have come to that cbnclnsToa since and after the great meeting of the Catholic Knights at Cincinnati only a few months ago That meeting was called for the purpose of hearing Bro Kadeski explain his plan of reratlng aad to get views on the subject from other a prominent Knights Several of the Lou isville Knights who bad responded to the invitation were present and were asked to express their opinion among them the brother now Secretary of the Ken tacky State Council who like maay others appeared on the stage and endorsed all that his predecessors had said favoring Bro Kadeckis plan which theoneadoptlldby he hoped such plans would be putisto operation by the Supreme Council In reference to the circular which rpe- publishedIn the Kentucky Irish Ameri can clad copies mailed to all the lirreneljea in this State Bro Martin nays that the writer of it himself admits that the sew rating is wrong or en Iiajoattce ttotfaelofl cotrTINURDow SHCOHB PA6 j I 11 enF c i r0 r v IJVbt v ti 7 vVi 6 I NTUOKY yRIi8H 1 11 iRIOAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGffi e HIIIIIIIILp11111H1111H Betoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irlafc America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS + SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLB COPYsc Butord at the Louisville Postofflce as SecoudCttss Matter UdtetiallCommnelcatIoHItolheKBNTUCKSIRiSll AMERICAN 326 Weal Green Sired TRADES ffi COUNCIl L LOUISVIILR KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 8 1904 j BLACK LIST The daily press announces that the Executive Committee of the Employers Association has adopted 4 a plan which willl enable employers to keep tab on workingmen and will make themindependent of tIle labor unions Upon the surface the whole plan smacks of the black list The committee is hav ing printed slips which applicants for employment must sign with the understanding that all who fill them out will be given the pref erence in the distribution of jobs Read this list of questions and then ask yourself what they mean What Is your name How old are you Where were you born Are you married or single Where do you live How long hove you lived there Where did you work last What kind of work did you do Why did you leave What wages did you draw Do you belong to a labor union If so what union The purpose is evidently to mark union men and pass their names from one employer to another for the purpose of depriv ing them of earning a livelihood What is it the employers business whether a man belongs to a trades union or not so long as he is competent and earns the wages paid him Will these same employers answer questions concerning their business if formulated and pro 57 pounded to them by those out of acceptkemployment Not on your life The workingman would be kicked out and told to chase himself This is but another attempt to destroy the trades unions and if it should prove successful will lead either to anarchy or a slavery worse than that existing before the civil war The Employers Asso elation is but the union of a class and its purpose seems to be the destruction of another class This is bad policy and poor principle and is bound to meet the fate of those unions which have pursued the same course If these employers are sincere in their protestations of interest in the welfare and success of the workers why do they not meet them on an equal basis discuss their differences in an open and honorable manner hear both sides fully and then reach an amicable agreement This can be done with profit to both sides and will cement a feeling that neither anarchy nor socialism can destroy Next to the church the trades union is the most potent safeguard against both PARDONS The act of Iieut Gov Thorne In granting a pardon to Clem Buch ter murderer of his own daughter has aroused the people from one end of the State to the other as they have not been by any pardon ever cruelnand coldblooded murderer whohad a most narrow escape from being hanged This was all known to Lieut Gov Thorne who can offer no valid or reasonable excuse for granting the pardon and therefore he is now politically a dead one The good honest lawabiding peo pie of Kentucky who honored and trusted William Thorne will have rindmore of him but this does not remove the injustice done or the disgrace brought uponjthe State U Since Buchters release many U4snggeiltions have been offered to prevent the recurrence of such an outrage upon justice The Even ing Times of this city says the u r p1etandDaoteetecUveWY to do away with the vU from which IJthe 8UU tow Buffered ao frequently rl icry is offered by the passage of a law by the next session of the General As sembly compelling the Governor to file with the Secretary of State for open record a copy of every petition for pardon one month before the time at which final action on the application is to be taken The Times objects to the creation of a Board of Pardons such as exists in many States becaupe of the expense that might follow but sug gests that copies of application and petition should at the same time be furnished the Democratic and Re publican daily newspaper having the largest representative circula tion in the State and to the Demo cratic and Republican newspapers published in the county in which the conviction was made In that way a check would be imposed on the reckless signatureof names to any petition which is circulated and full opportunity would be given for a public discussion of the merits or demerits of the plea for relief Under such a system it would be impossible for the actual or acting Executive to turn aside the course of justice by an arbitrary act and then under the pretense of ignor ance and plea for forgiveness hope to escape the consequences of his actionThe foregoing sounds plausible and all right until we come to the distinction of papers Why desig nate only papers that are known as Democrat or Republican There are others besides these just as goodand with as many readers To us it seems the Times editor knew what he was after when he wrote concerning pardons The passage of such a statute would soon develop another graft for those party papers which now gob ble up everything that comes down the pike Under the pretext of doing good they would soon fasten another burden upon the taxpayers who want only justice and the en forcement of the verdicts rendered in our courts Now that the Republicans have nominated a weak man every good citizen should feel it his duty to roll up his sleeves and go earnestly to work to elect Judge Matt ODoherty to preside over the Third division of the Circuit Court When it comes to the election of Judges let us cast aside all other considerations and vote only for the man who is best qualified and will lend most dignity to the judicial l ermine Judge ODoherty is the man The proJapanese uewspapers are not chronicling many victories these days Anything and every thing that looked bad for the Rus sians was featured in glaring head lines butwhen the Japs lost 10000 men the smallest type was used The tide is slowly turning and the final defeat of the yellow race seems now more certain than ever John Redmond and the members of the Irish Parliamentary party who accompanied him to this coun try sailed this week for home They are well pleasen with their reception and the result of their visit FOR BETTER OR woRSe In the marriage service the couple vow for better or worse Once a choice Is made and the new home is established it Is worse than folly to conclude that one might have done better Sensible hUll bands and wives will make allowances for the discovery of points of disagree ment In temperament and of human waaknea inn each other They will be patient and tolerantl Tie bleating of God rests upon thixe wbo caa bear and forebear Strides Mia grass of the astral meal of matrimony will beprmmtto- glye contentment andhapptnaai a S0GIETY Mrs B J Campbell will leave tomor row to visit the Worlds Fair Misses Agnes Ford and Anna Sheedy- are in St Louis visiting the fair Misses Lula and Mayme Crush of the Highlands are visiting the Worlds Fair Peter J Cosgrove and his aged mother are spending two weeks at the Worlds Fair James Doyle and Joe Hirk will leave next week for a visit to the Worlds Fair John Monohan has gone to Washington to resume his studies at Georgetown College Misses Mary and Elizabeth Keyer have gone to St Louis to visit friends and attend the fair Miss Dora Rothermel of the East End will return tomorrow from a weeks stay at the Worlds Fair Mrs Mamie Werst and daughter Miss Julia of Beechmont have been spending the week in St Louis Miss Florence Mitchell has returned from Owensboro where she was the guest of Miss Anna Weil Edward Rowland and wife and ES Monahan and wife have been spending the week at the Worlds Fair Thomas Halloran and Albert Marilla well known East Enders left Sunday for a three weeks visit to St Louis Missel Agnes Kannapell and Lizzie Rapp pretty New Albany girls left the first of the week to visit the Worlds Fair Peter Sweeney and sons Edward and Thomas are here owing to the illness of Mrs Michael Finegan sister of the first named Leo Schuhmann and sisters of Beech mont have been visiting St Louis and the Worlds Fair this week They may arrive home this evening TIMahoneyfrom Nashville on account of the Illness of Mrs Michael Finegan John OLaughlln is receiving the con gratulations of his fellow railroaders on account of the arrival of a little son at his residence 1517 Dnmesnil street Mrs John C Graves of this city and Miss Sallie Hagan of St Marys re turned Wednesday from a fifteen days visit to relatives in St Louis and the Worlds Fair Mrs Josie Sheridan is expected to arrive today from Syracuse to make this city her future home For a time she will be with her sister Mrs William Osborne at Oakdale Miss Arina McGuire left last week for Montgomery Ala She will be a maid of honor at the KellyHollenkamp wed ding next Wednesday and will not re turn till late this month Peter Jennings and wife the daughter of Mrs Michael Finegan Ninth and Kentucky arrived here the first of the week to be at the bedside of the latter who is critically ill at the family resi denceMiss Anna Raverty gave a delightful reception to a number of her friends at her home 1019 Pearl street New Albany The parlors were tastefully decorated and she dispensed the honors in a charm ing manner Charles Raldy the well known letter carrier left Monday night to spend two weeks with relatives at St Louis and visit the Fair A letter says he thinks the Irish exhibit the greatest feature of the big show Conrad Broeker and Miss Emma Finger popular young people of New Albany were married Wednesday morning at St Marys church by Rev Dean Faller in the presence of many of their friends and relatives A bouncing baby boy has arrived at the horns of Harry Thorpe Twenty fourth and Slevin streets where he will remain as master of the household and the proud father says he may conduct things in the future just to suit himself Miss Marcella Meagher of1441 Seventh street returned Sunday from the Adirondack mountains where she has been spending several months for the purpose of regaining her lost health Miss Meagher recovered completely and is now as strong as ever Miss Rosa Plattner of this city and John Schumann of Lafayette township Ind were united in marriage Tuesday morning with nuptial mass at St Marys of the Knobs the Rev Father Hilde brand officiating and pronouncing the words that made them one Michael J Tierney who has been spending two weeks here as the guest of his cousin Miss Florence Clancy and other relatives will leave next week for his home at St Paul Mina He expressed himself well pleased with Ken tucky and it may be that he will return to make Louisville his futre home Mr M J Walsh and bdaughters Alice and Mrs Joseph DeCoursey eturbed Sunday from the Worlds Fair Mr Walsh was a delegate to the St VIncent de Paul convention which was held in St Louis last week while fate daughters had been there for the past three weeks aa the guests of Mr and Mrs Jams Martin MiaMS Mayme Meagher Maggie LttcY- j1uiaaJ Barry AvdraWj Mwgker and Walter 8 PritaoliMr ef tfcfc flit and- INMattteBranaud Will apl1loultoM CI I of Henderson foameda jolly party who visited the Worlds Fair last week They are all unanimous in telling their friends that the Pike is certainly the strenu ous part of the fair A quiet but pretty wedding was sotem nized Tuesday morning at the Dominican church when Miss Mamie Welkel became the bride of Otto Navllle Rrv Father Volz performed the ceremony The attendants were Miss Nettle Schuh and At Schandle The happy couple are well known and popular in the- commaaityIn which they liveyam There was a happy gathering last Sun day afternoon at the home of Patrolman Jt W Sage IPSQ Portland avenue to boyEdwinThotnaswho household Quite a number of friends ofthe family were entertained at a bounteous supper charmingly presided over by the happy young mother Invitations have been issued for the marriage oCM9 Anna Hegenauer the lovely daughter of John Hegenauer and Dee ODaniel a prominent and influen tial resident of Gethsemani The cere mony will be performed t Wednes day afternoon at 3 oclock at St Martins church The contracting parties arc both popular and a large number of friends will be present to witness their union Invitations have been received here for the wedding of Miss Mayme Hollenkamp formerly orthist city and prominent in society circles and Thomas J Kelly of Montgomery Ala which will be solem nized next Wednesday at St Peters church in Montgomery While in Mont gOinery Miss Hollenkamp has made her home with her sister Mrs T J Corvell After the ceremony the happy couple will leave for an extended honeymoon trip and will be at ihonie at 305 Alabama street after October 24 Herman Lee Obrecht and Miss Estelle Netherland were joined in the holy bonds of wedlock by Rev William Gausepohl at St Mary Magdalens at 0 oclock Tuesday morning The wedding wasa pretty but quiet one and owing to a recent death in thegrooms family no invitations were issued The bride is the daughter of Mrs Ella Netherland and is a deservedly popular young woman The groom is a successful young druggist prominent in Catholic society circles The best wishes of a legion of friends are tendered them for a long and happy life Invitations are out announcing the marriage of Miss Mamie OKeefe and William T Campbell which will take place Wednesday October 26 at St Louis Bertrauds church Miss OKeefe is one of the most popular girls of the Dominican parish being formerly a prominent member of the Aquinas Union and Is regarded highly by a host of friends for her sweet and amiable dis position Mr Campbell is a well known plasterer who resides in the Highlands and is a general favorite among his acquaintances The friends of the happy couple will beon hand at the ceremony to wish them Godspeed on their 1 tri monial career One of the most notable of the fall weddings was that witnessed Wednesday afternoon at the Cathedral when Rev Father Schu mann united for life Henry Reeb the well known liquor dealer and Miss Adelaide Montedonico the lovely daughter of Tony Montedonico Both are popular in Italian and German Cath olic circles and a large gathering of friends assembled to witness the cere mony The ushers were Messrs Joseph Bywater Edward Montedonico Tony Fontana and Tony Montedonico After a reception and wedding dinner at the home of the brides parents the happy pair left for the East where they will spend their honeymoon returning the last of this month CATHOLIC FEDERATIONI The regular monthly meeting of the Catholic Federation Avlll beheld at Hiber nian Hall next Thursday night Henry Bosquet Kentuckys delegate to the Catholic Central Verein national conven tion has been invited to be present and will deliver an address President Kelly wants all the delegates present to hear Mr Bosquet as he will have important information for the federation MASONIC Flood Tide a realistic drama set ting forth some of the tragic incidents in the lives of the fisherfolk along the coast of Maine comes to the Masonic Theater next week It is said to be beautifully staged and to offer a succession of thrill lug pictures MACAULEYS Eva Tanguay a charming comedienne comes to Macauleys for the first half of next week presenting the Sambo Girl a delightful musical comedy for which she is said to be especially well fittedt For the latter half the Sultan of Sulu Is scheduled This Is maid to be George Ades best production Both will be pre sented by strong companies BUCKINGHAM Lovers of sumptuous scenery and magnificent electrical effects will see a dis play next week at the Buckingham Theater surpassing anything heretofore undertaken at this popular playhouse The attraction will be Manchesters famous Cracker Jacks presenting unusual specialties and two beautiful burlesques waking one of the best bills that will be seen there this season HOPKINS THEATER Next weeks bill at Hopkins Theater ncIadesLatta Gladstone with her bur ecqne linterpretation of the country girl The CoiumbiaM will present The Wax Doll There ere five members in the company and they give a pleating performance Hopkitw is steadily growing uall the gl811 id popularity performances art ulfty also The management a1 aetf that ejrtrycourteayicahowH its roar art Vinoafit head tW = Idyl trJ 1 aII ti 4ywAsawu7 FOUR Bucks Hot Blast Ventilators 32 ABSOLUTELY FREE October onstration afternoon everybody attending absolutely demonstrations BUCKS the After the numbered public drawing to ALL THE LITTLE GIRLS should call at the store at once and get the of the great Three = Day Baking Contest AND THE Big Trolley Party On the 12th Thursday the 13th and Friday the 14th we will hold T contest each afternoo and one even givenforprizes for the little girls The prizes are now on display in our window Girls Come In and Register For the Contest At Once Every girl will be given a ticket to the Big Trolley party to be given on Saturday afternoon October 15 with peanuts popcorn candy etc IN THE 0 631 633 635 637 639 WEST KY 4 y vA y CHALLENGED CONTINUBD FROM PIRST PAGBJj man If Bro Martin will kindly read that circular through again and add a little thinking he will find that he is mis taken He refers to that part of the circular that reads as follows Rather than place the order under a courts jurisdiction let our Supreme delegates endeavor to have the rates reduced forth old man at the Supreme Council next May by which time we can judge better as to their practical operation How can this be construed that the circular writer has admitted that the new rates are wrong when he merely expresses his to leave It to the Supreme Council and abide by its decision what ever it may be ready to roll up his sleeves and work in accordance with the laws they may see necessary or fit to enact Loyalty to his order and its officers demands this of him and of any and all members The writer disapproves of discussions of this nature being settled through the newspapers and therefore prefers not to answer alltbe details of the article writ ten by Bro Martin for such discussion can only prove injurious to our beloved order insteadof bringing good results Father Blake of Portland Ore at the extra Council said when body was about to adjourn Now brothers as all is done and all is done well let us clasp hands and try to enlist and maintain harmony and good fellow ship and above all let us abandon forever the rerating and danger line discussions in the Journal and other papers and new life and prosperity will be the future of the Catholic Knights The writer agrees with the Rev Father Blake Let us keep before the readers of the papers only such matters as will benefit the order and its members But as the existing discord and dissatisfaction must be mostly attributed to misunderstanding the writer is willing and ready to make explanations that will convince many brothers He feels confident that be can do it as he has alreadyconvinced some of the most radical opponents Give him a fair chance He is ready and willing to enter into an open debate with his old friend Bro Martin Let us engage a suitable hall and invite all the members in the city and vicinity as an audience the discus sion to consist of five or tenminute talks alternately before about six judges con sisting of business men either with or without the use of a black board In case Bro Martin prefers that tome other lay member of the order should take up this contest I will not object but would ask him to name three members of the ranks in this city the writer reserving the right to reject two of the three ao named Each side will select three of the six judges The qtifetion of fine oratory is not to be considered but the decision of the judges will be bated on true and con vincing facts brought out by plain and to this point talks on the following subjects Are the new rates adequate and will they apiiiMlt future difficulties Bad re Ate te option offered the older Mwk af riUare their con r 0 r N Wr iI J k AA A OF TI1E3513 Worth Each to be Given Away On 12 13 14 and 15 we will hold a dem each in front of our store and will be given a chance free on one of these beautiful heaters We will show at these that a HOT BLAST iis only heater you would buy if you saw it work Demonstration each person will be handed a card and a then and there will determine who is receive the Heater particulars Bucks Wednesday BISC MAKING CON TESTSone each eighteen who registers willingness Supreme Supreme that disinterested flAKE A GUESS WIN A RANGE glassjarguessing the correct or nearest correct presentSaturdayi be presentedwith a BUCKS WHITE ENAMEL STEEL RANGE The only condition we make is that the winner must be present Saturday night otherwise the range will be given to the next nearest guesser if present and so on LARGEST HOUSEFURN1SHERS WORLD RIIODESBURFORD MARKET STREET LOUISVILLE ry rvtinued membership with reasonable rates for future insurance The writer who is sincere and has the welfare of the organization at heart earnestly hopes that his proposition will be accepted thus giving him an oppor tunity to convince many of the old mem bers to which class he himself belongs that there are two courses to pursue One is to follow the enemies of the order into the courts and from thence to the destruction of that noble old institution that has done so much good In providing for so many widows and orphans The other course is to thank Al mighty God for prolonging our lives giving us the opportunity to do so much charity for those in need and dis tress and let us not expect to take back our reward in hard cash or other worldly things Let us not ask the young man with perhaps half a dozen little depend ents to come into our order and pay our deficiency our future insurance for the benefit of our grown sons and daughters Remember that all the surplus money all we have ever paid into the order over and above the actual cost of our insur ance has gone into the grave with our beloved brothers whom our Creator saw fit to summon to his reward or rather to his poor wife and children when they were little Dont begrudge these poor orphans the help you rendered in supporting clothing and educating them Remember theyhad to sacrifice a parent while you have been spared to a ripe old age Now like a grateful Christian come forward and say I thank thee oh Lord and will gladly sacrifice a part of my life insurance as a token of appre ciation and thanks and for the sake of the many little dependents who may still look toward us for protection while my sons and daughters are able to take care of themselves and would not ask the other young man with a large family to pay for them as the direct beneficiaries of their parent These are a few of the many good resolutions open for every loyal and unselfish Knight to adopt thus enabling the order to regain its confidence and its original and prosperous course Let us be men Christians loyal to our duty and men of reason A frank and fair ques tion brother Which course do you prefer to follow Be fair and reason with onewho is sincere and honest on the question confronting us Fraternally M REICHRRT NEW OFFICERS The Roman Knights of St Edward composed of members of St Anthonys congregation elected the following offi cers at their meeting Monday evening Thomas Graf President L W Born trae ger Vice President John Hodapp Secre tary J J Schulten Treasurer L Wern ert W Drees J Ramstcin Finance Committee W Dree Captain J R Fox First Lieutenant A J Weger Second Lieutenant Addresses on Catholic federation were made by Dr F S Clark and A J Sheridan who visited the branch as a committee from the local Federation Joseph Blocker and D F Fox were appointed as a committee of investigation to visit the next regular meeting of the federation and then make a report tp the branch as tcltk advia ability of cHrollfBK he branch membership oil U D L n z 71l1 C1VLBYS Monday NightsandTHE SAMBO GIRl EvenIngs THE SULTAN OF ZULU HOPKINSMarket Theater built for cqmfort and safety Week Commencing Sunday Matinee Oct 9 TWO SHOWS DAILY Gardner and Vincent Presenting CIA Summer Idyl t SearleAllenBrother Les Salvaggis Reed and Shaw Three Florence Sisters and personals on the Biograph BUCKINGHAM WEES COMMENCING SUNDAY OCT 9 mthtei Sunday Monday Wednesday Saturday BOB MANCHESTERS FAMOUS Cracker Jacks BETTER THAN EVER Magnificent electrical effects beautiful costumes snmptuous scenery and catchy specialties Pfyoepix JHil park Open for the Season 1 NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the man ager of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts pe T ARCHER Out Door and Flash Light- Photography Home Phone 5709 CourierJournal 11 ca IeSmithFormerly of GranW Smiths Sons LaflY fMDALMER Washing od dreaalng ladles and chil 1tlegantahroudmadet4 Bothpijto i r f ivHSr rv ur3rtcI XI1SII 211CA1 J THE HENDERSON ROUTE Worlds Fair Rates 700 Tuesday and Thursdays Limited Seven Days Good only in Coach and Chair Cars 1000 Limited Fifteen Days 1100 Limited Sixty Days 1300 Limited to December 15 Only tine operating Free Reclining Chair Cars on an tbrough trains toSt Louis Nos 41 and hare sod vestibuled trains composed of combination baggage and coach free reclining chair car Pullman observationr parlor car and diner means a la carte Runs through solid Louisville to St Louis Nos 45 and 40 are composed brvcstibuled reclining chair cars seats free and Pullman sleepers City ticket office 230 Fourth Avenue Union Depot Seventh and Water Streets L J Irwin Genl Pass Agent E M Womack City Pass Agent G H Baker City Ticket Agent A J Crone Ticket Agent Union Depot iN 1111 1 1 1 +1 1 11 Hnll 1 1 11 11+1 II J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 f TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS 4 AND EMBALMERS STREETShtHH SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON THE ellIIIWIubtmIW 1lMl In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR IB H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK AgentJC H ROCKWELL Traffic MAnager W H McDOEL Preside and General Manager FRflNK FEHR BREWING 60 INCORPORATEID I Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY iL LDBAXFUNERAL ErEMBALMER CARRIAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS Phone a36o 700 E Chestnut Street Both Phones 1180 Established 1863 JOHN BIRATTERMAN Successorto Mrs Geo Ratlerman FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER Carriftgesfurnlsbed for all occasions Allcalls promptly attended to day or night 1119 W MARKET ST PflfRMANDRlOl SOR3 W MAIUFKCTURER3f Carriage Repairing and Buller Tires 215 ad 217 WEST flREEN ST BIG FOUR THE BEST LINE T- Oindianapplis Peoria Chicago t AKD AIA POINT nr INDIANA and MICHIGAN Cllnland Buffalo In York Boston EATtt Iaferratioa cheerfully furnishedl on- tIon lit City Tlele t OMoe Big W1tcMa1llJf t or writ to 1 A Ott Apt tlti= a 1 p n AUGUST JOH- NBROSOETKEN NEW GROCERY Sixth and Kentucky Sts Fresb Meats Vegetables Fruits and a full line of Fine Groceries nTVrn rim A TRIAL DRINK fldnrilH WhiSllk BOTTLED BY HENRY C LAUER 407 East Jefferson Street TELEPHONE 1140 IMPROVED TRAIN SERVICE Offered by tie Henderaoa Route Between Louisville aad St Locale Commencing Sunday June 26 Ken tuckys popular line the Henderson route will Inaugurate a safe and fast day service between Lcuisville and St Louis in each direction and will improve the time and equipment generally of all trains between these points Three daily trains will be operated in each direction on the following safe schedules between Louisville and St Louis Leave Louisville 830 am 9 p m and 7 am arrive St Louis 616 p m720 a m and 010 p m The equipment is brand new just from the shops of the moat modern vestibule pattern and is aa fine as on any train operating in or out of Kentucky The 830 a in train through without change of can will be composed of Pullman observation parlor cars free reclining chair cars dining cars and high backseat passenger coaches The 9 p nv train through without change of cars will con sist of Pullman sleeping can free re dining chair cars and high back seat pea enger coaches The dining cars on day trains will serve meals a lacaite you pay only for what you get All train will leave from and arrive in the Seventh etreet Union depot Louis vile arriving tad departing from the magnificent new Union Station St Louis pot any other information tall upon K M Womack City PaMttiger Agent SM FowrtU avenue LmMlle or1 FO Cunningham TraveNtqj PaMogr AfM LIOI North BfOdwT f8fc Td n COL MIKE MULDOON I i Presents Costly Statucio Sis ters of Mercy For New Chapel Col Mike Muldoon this week received from Carrara Italy a handsome and costly marble statue of Our Lady of Lourdes which he had generously presented to the Sisters of Mercy for their new chapel to be erected at St Cathe rines Convent on Broadway The Sisters have a fine building and academy there but have been lacking adequate space for the chapel They have there fore concluded to obviate this by the erection of an addition and will appeal to their friends for assistance In the chapel will be a beautiful grotto in honor of Our Lady of Lourdes and therein the statue will be placed The statue is life size and carved from pure Carrara mar ble These good Sisters have little money and any assistance rendered them by a generous public will be highly ap preciated The statue is now on exhibi tion in Col Muldoons warerooms ad joining the Kentucky Irish American office WORDS THAT CHEER The Kentucky Irish American receives many commendatory letters but it is such as the one subjoined that gives its publishers the most encouragement Editor Kentucky Irish American Enclosed please find a dollar for my subscription to the Kentucky Irish American I certainly would not be with out the paper as long as I can raise the price of it for it is the brightest news iest and best weekly in Louisville When one wants news of their friends and relig ious doings in the city you can find it in your paper as nowhere else Your splendid accounts of the lawsuits against the Sisters of the Good Shepherd and the publication of James J Fitzgeralds speech surely won the paper innumerable friends and admirers and I hope sub scribers With delightful recollections of our trip to the Newport convention I am yours very sincerely L A F INTO COZY HOME It was truly a happy gathering of friends who assembled at the residence of John B Ratterman and his amiable wife to celebrate their moving into their beau tiful and cozy new home at 2111 West Market street Mr Ratterman is the well known young undertaker and both he and his wife who was Miss Acker mann have a wide circle of friends who called and gave them a genuinely happy house warming FIRST SELECT DANCE The Emerald Club a new social organ ization composed of popular young society girls has issued iinvitations for its first select dance to be given at Ostraders Hall on Monday October 24 The committee having the affair in charge is composed of Misses Julia Kelly Ella OConnell Mayme Keenan Virginia Barrett Nora Fitzgerald and Ella Fitzgerald A pleasant evening is assured all who attend RIDDLES What tune makes every one glad FortuneWhat is the superlative of temper TempestWhat color should a secret be kept InviolateWhat nation does a criminal dread Condemnation What is there you can not take with a kodak A hint What is a waste of time The middle of an hourglass What animals when beheaded become very cold Mice What animals are generally brought to a funeral Black kids When does bread resemble the sun When it rises from the yeast What is it which works when it plays and plays when it works A fountain Of what trade ate all the Presidents of the United States Cabinet makers I Why is the Fourth of July like an oyster Because you cant enjoy it with out crackers Two ducks before a duck and two ducks behind a duck and a duck in the middle How many ducks in all Three Why does a cat look first on one side and then on the other when ehe comes into a room Because she cant look both ways at once CARE OF CARPETS The right way to treat a good carpet is to lay it carefully on a soft bedding of thick layers of newspapers or of brown paper The printers ink on newspaper is disliked by the clothes moth which will avoid carpets with such linings as a place unsuitable for the laying of its eggs Thus thick folds of newspaper laid evenly will not only provide a means for using up old papers give a thick underfooting for the floor but relieve the housewife of one source of worrymoths- in her best carpet The paper should be renewed each time the carpet is taken up It is best to have the carpet cleaned and relaid by professional cleaners from any furniture shop yearly as this plan which is cheap enough prevents much straining and havoc made with the carpet in taking up beating cleaning and pulling down again KNEW A GOOD THING A gentlemanhaving a pony that started and broke his wifes neck a neighbor told him that he wished to purchase it for hia wife to ride upon No says the other I will never sell the littlefellow because I intend to marry again1 Td be polite id out we Hkele not Btceetarily pdng JBtineor Politeness Iif not no much a manifestation toward other aa aft 1indlcaUoti olwhat we are lobeIsm aUU u t LEO F BROWN 809 WEST CHESTNUT STREET Real Estate Agent List your property with me You will get good returns with small charges Home Phone 3698 CB THOMPSONRO- SEBUDS FIORISTA SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Joflirson St Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed HOLLYS PILE CURE Cures any and all kinds of piles Cure guaranteed or money refunded Mail orders receive prompt attention If your druggist has not got it order from Holly Bros 2324 W Walnut St Louisville Ky RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Miss Carrie Smith who died Thursday evening at the home of her parents 733 Sixth street will take place this morning from the Cathedral at 9 oclock She was in her nineteenth year and her death has cast a deep gloom over all her friends Mrs Anna Welsh wife of the late Martin Welsh and for many years a devout member of St Johns church passed to her eternal reward Tuesday night Her funeral took place yesterday morning and was attended by a large number of sorrowing friends and rela tives Thomas Graney who left Louisville a number of years ago to accept a position at Clinton met with an accident last week that proved fatal The news of his death came as a shock to his numerous friends 1n this city His remains arrived here Tuesday and the Funeral took place Wednesday morning from St Patricks church The funeral of Mrs Kate Brison oc curred Thursday morning from St Charles church Rev Father Raffo being the celebrant of the solemn mass of requiem She was the wife of William Brison 2633 Grayson street and was possessed of those traits of character that mark the true Christian woman The news of her death Tuesday evening was a shock to her friends here and in Chicago and Alexandria Ind where she was well known The news of the death of Miles Hagan the well known and successful young druggist at El Paso Texas came as a shock to his friends and relatives in this city Because of poor health he left with his wife some two months ago for the Lone Star State and letters from him were most encouraging For some time he gained steadily but a sudden and unexpected change came and he passed away before any one here knew his serious condition The remains arrived here Thursday morning and were taken to the home of the bereaved wifes father Michael Norton West Jefferson street and on Friday morning the fune ral services were held at St Patricks church where requiem high mass was said for the repose of his soul HAVE NO HOPE The numerous friends thonghout the city will learn with keen regret that hope for the recovery of Mrs Michael Fine gan of Ninth and Kentucky has been abandoned and when this reaches them she may have passed away This good lady has borne Intense suffering for a long time with that resignation that characterizes only the good Christian For several days past all the members of her family and relatives from a distance have been at her bedsid- eWINTERSERIES The popular Nonpareil Dancing Club will inaugurate its fall and winter series of dances at the New Athletic Club on Wednesday night October 27 It is the intention to make this opening dance a very grand affair and one to be remem bered as the greatest ever given by the Nonpareils There will be six dances during the season and till of the holiday nights have been secured for them Ope special feature will be an afternoon dance on New Years da- yREELECTED Friends of Eugene J Cooney are con gratulating him upon his reelection as SecretaryTreasurer of the Produce Ship pers Dispatch The nieeting was held Tuesday in the home office in the Comm bia building The company was organ ized here five years ago and Mr Cooney has held the position during all that time M9NTtiLYBiNQUBT President Thomas Walsh has issued the call for the monthly meeting and banquet of the Catholic Club composed of a large number of our representative Catholic citizens The meeting will be held in the parlors of the Catholic Wo mans Club where the banquet will also be served JOES NEW EXCHANGE Joseph F McCarthy bas opened an exchange in connection with his grocery at Eighth and St Catherine streets Mn McCarthy will keep open house this evening and haa iissued invitation to his friends to be on hand and partake of the special lunch be haa jwepared LAST OF THE SEASON DigYouRoutestrainIleavea Seventh Street Union depot at 7 oclock a Mb pt iinkataat city ticket office 258 FoutCk nnnc and at depot aJ G tea CteMnUActBt FOR COLUMBUS DAY Many Louisville Knights Will Make Pilgrimage to St Louis Next Wednesday will be Knights of Columbus day at the Worlds Fair and the Louisville council has made special arrangements for the attendance of a large number of its members The exercises will be elaborate and will be participated in by Archbishop Glennon and many distinguished clergymen Grand Knight Hearn and men prominent in the Knights of Columbus in all parts of the country Upon the return trip Louisville Coun cil will be accompanied by Mt Pleasant Council of Boston and the party num inedherelarge cities will be represented and it is the hope of the St Louis Knights to make the day one of the largest in the history of the fair SELECT DANCE The Millionaire Club a West End social organization will inaugurate its winter series of select dances Monday evening at their new hall 1801 West Market street and continue them until next April These will be private dances andonly those possessing invitations will be admitted The members are well I known in society circles and the series given last year were very enjoyable PROMOTED The many friends of Theodore C Laiighlln for many years a well known resident of New Albany and one of the most popular conductors on the Southern railroad were much gratified when they learned that he had been appointed to the position of Assistant Trainmaster He will have charge of that part of the Louisville St Louis division east of Princeton end assumed his new posi tion October 1 CAMPAIGNING Hon Edward J McDermott and James J Fitzgerald are doing effective work for the Democratic party They opened the campaign at Owensboro on Monday night and also at Seymour Ind on Wednesday night where they were greetedwith an immense throng of peo pIe They are orators of national fame and there willl be a great demand for their services MISSION AT ST JOHNS Beginning at the high mass tomorrow morning at St Johns the Jesuit fathers will begin a mission lasting two weeks The services will be at the usual hours and the fathers will preach twice each day HOUSEHOLD HINTS Salt and lemon will remove rust Ammonia will remove white stains from furniture Flatirons rubbed on fine salt will become smooth- A thick paste of molasses and flour will relieve burns Bedbugs may be gotten rid of by the free use of alcohol One of the first duties of a guest is punctuality in everything When washing cut glass do not allow it to touch the bottom of the pan The spoon or fork for dessert should be sent to the table with the dessert plate Fresh butter unsalted if eaten freely will cure a child of summer complaint A pinch of salt added to the whites of eggs will make them whip more easily- A pinch of salt thrown into the coffee pot will improve the aroma of the coffee Bouillon may be sipped from the cup but this is not permissible with a thick soupThe knife should be held perpendicu larly when cutting warm cake or corn breadA piece of flannel dampened in camphor is nice with which to polish mirrorsHot milk added to potatoes when washing them will keep them from being soggy or heavy Brooms with bamboo handles are best for all but heavy sweeping as they are easier to handle Always shake out garments before putting them into the blueing water so they will take the color evenly Cheese may be kept moist by wrapping in cloth wrung out of vinegar and hung up in a paper bag in acool place Celery should lie at least an hour in cold water or upon ice before being served in order to be firm and crisp Wash fabrics tray be set in color if given a thorough rinsing in a salt and water solution before being put into the regular wash Equal parts of cold cooked rice and canned salmon makes a good salad mix ture Serve on lettuce leaves with French singiAdd a teaspoonful of salt and one of sugar to the water in which peas are cooked When done the peas will have little dents in them Mildew stains may be removed from articles by soaking in a solution of four quarts of cold water and one tablespoonful of chloride of lime Wash well in clear water afterward and hang in sun to dry CONNUBIAL BLISS Husband If I were to lose you I would never be such a fool alto marry again WifeIt I were to lose you I would marry again directly HnebandThen my death would be regretted by at least one person WifeBy Whom Husband My encceeeor What W the differeaoe between a tight I boot and an oak tree Onet makes acorns and toe other teakseoraa eo o- uU r PABSTBEERALWAYS Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged rICLIPI30I ID 1ti89 Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED B- YSENNACKERMAN 12EWYLTG COMIANYINOORPORAT3D TELEPHONE 482 LOUJSYXLLB ICY Cumb Phone Main 1913 Home Phone 1913 TJEIIB Geo WiedemannBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled BeersSoldat all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber and Deuser Managers Louisville Ky ASK FOR Diersens Celebrated Cream Beer Telephone 1137 ONE OFTHE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN F OBRTBLBUTC- HERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN B FRANK WAITBRS Clay=Street Brewery i 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE KYtM M t H U t t t It H t It It It It t t t t t It It t FINE WINESOHAMPAGNES AL KOLJB 4 345 West Green Street r LIQUORS CIGARS It t t t t t t H It t t t Fall and Winter styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas MANHATTANRESTAURANT OTTO E YENT Proprietor Good Square Meal For 20 Cents OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 W Jefferson Street i HENRY AAJIPULSI J DYER AND CLEANER Ladies and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone 3635 528 Fifth Street ACCIDENT As shown above never happens where DIAMOND WALL PLASTER is used Kentucky Wall Plaster Co iKorporattd TELEPHONE 2267 3rHk aM Rivir Liuisvilli kYi D n 4 3 J QO TO Pioneer Bottling House FO- RSTRAIGHT WHISKIES- BIG rr r JUG AT DOOR J P DANT913 WEST BROADWAY near Union Station HERRMANN BROSe s IMPORTERS PINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONrt VAL LESTER Prop t J Hot Lunch every morning from 9301 to 1230 oclock 442 7IT GREEN 8T Worlds Fair Short Line Southern Railway FORTYTHREE MILES THE SHORTEST ir FASTEST AND BEST TO THE ItosS FglLOOK AT THE SCHEDULE arriveStl G RailwayStandard changeLeave throughtrainPullman sleepers also free reclining v chair cars All trains make close con nection in Union Station at St Louis with Wabash suburban service direct to the Worlds Fair grounds jROUND TRIP EXCURSION RATES FROM LOUISVILLE 13 good returning until December 15 1004 11 good returning in sixty days 10 good returning in fifteen days Tickets will be on sale daily at the above rates 1 coach excursion tickets on sale every Tuesday and Thursday In retundugHven tAgentA I Crone Depot Ticket Agent Seventh HungerfortAJlaWqtGt iTT frwnK JSTu KY SH A RIOANi TSI1I1 I Ii Mens High Grade Suits 5 750 10 l I I weavesIIaiid 20 in all the newest colorings and THE BIG STOREMIL- TON M MARBLESTONE CO 424 to 434 West I I I 111 Il1n11111nIHHl HIuH 111 IH I M4HHHHtH +l 1 H H tii DAINTYI BEAUTYO- F OUR JEWELRY MAKES IIT FIT FOR EVEN THE QUEEN 4 But you neednt pay a royal price We have lots of pretty thing that dont cost much and are now showing the latest novelties and prettiest designs in Watches Diamonds Necklaces Pendants Brooches Lockets Scarf Pins Signet Rings and Link Cuff Buttons Come to our store if you want the newest and best things in the jewelry line Holiday goods now in and will be reserved on part payment Old gold or silver bought or exchanged i H 530 West Market HHHHH J BRUNNiMHHHMMHIHl 1 I 1 1 11111 betweenFourth West H H H I tt M U H H M t II I It t I I I I 7000DOLLS FREESave tlzo tug fromc Mothers BreadAnd for every 100 tags you can get a beautiful doll Present them any tme after December 1 ti 6G FOR GOODNESS SAJSE o Great Offer Theyre Square Tags L tttfttttffttftlftltlt AAAMA wwwwww Hl 1I1HHl1 111 111 t TRY lY GOOD JOFFEEjourTnsmoo roasted and delivered Youll be at the excellence of it surtI order Also my TIDA SPECIAONE I OUND MULLOY I I Nape Phone 1323 Sl14 STI EETI- tIl 1 ltutHI 1 1Il 1 1 I 1 HHl 1 1 I 1 I I I I I I I 111 II I I I I IIJ 4 x4xxS 5 Kj 4K 5 4 EVERYBODY I LtTL Cuscadens Cream 1 12 Wagons and HorSier 4 Telephones A up CHAWK CAMPBELLS Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge Scientific and Practical Horse Shoeing Horses called and delivered Canine and reline practice specialty 4S0 lLARKEr JTOburkHDO BOTH J D Cimplell 7AND OFFICE INFIRMARY AND SHOEING FORGE 1009 BROADWAY II II t If If It I +44H I yPSoRAY a2CQ I FI- IiPIGa 1 230232 F STREET KY 4 t t It n 530 J Its + +1110 1IH I Fresh prised for Phone a t il IROASTERI t W IIN + + + EATS Ice for a IHONES W Hn iagg It It It H HOC JFHNCBR PmMMrt EducatesectAtaat Voting People ForBtnlnrr Good Emyloyauat aad Stuetu J l- r oxueni wren rex rua HtronuATMN iH 0 ttsiM Nt1M111 Msi- tlttirlK4 MAW i SuKyBu in S Collegemutirr i II n o c 9 Uv IJ 000000 eee 3ACON SONS COMPORTABLESFOR I i I Our Cimfortsand Blankets are made by mills which take extra precau tion about the sanitary conditions Nothing unhealthy in these warm night coverings to place your health at risk nor to prevent a good nights slumber Weather is changing bed clothes must also be i changed Its an easy matter to do this changing now without havingII much effect upon your purse Comforts and Blankets on third floor Gray Cotton Fleeced Blankets good 500thisGray Cotton Fleeced Bed Blankets with oored1 A good White Blanket about half wool I 75sizeSateenlined Comforts both sides figured well filled with Jure white 0 300ableo 1 0 0 0 O WILL GIVE SERIES First Euchre of the y A of A O H Encourages Them to Give a Series The euchres given by the Ladles Aux iliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernian Wednesday afternoon and evening at Hibernian Hall proved such success that the ladles are planning to give a series A great deal of praise is due Mrs Davi Welsh for her successful management every one being pleased with the arrange ments She was assisted by Misses Mar Cavanaugh EllaOConnell Virginia Bar rett Mary Corcoran Mrs David OCon nell Mrs Margaret Foley and Mrs L J MackeyThe in the afternoon were won by Misses Mamie Keenan Katie Ambrose Mollie Quill Katie Smith Julia Kelly Virginia Barrett Mary Wolfe Mrs King Mil Walker Mrs Manley and Join Reed In the evening the successfu contestant were Miss Mamie OBrien Mrs H W Eddleman Mrs M Corso Mrs M Ryan Mrs T L Woods am Messrs W H Rihn Frank App Joht Lambert Frank Klein and James Broder ick At the next meeting of the auxiliary October 19 plans for giving a series wit be discussed MACKIN COUNCIL Changes the Dates For Us Three Days Bazar In November Mackin Council held a well attended sod interesting meeting Tuesday night with President Shelley presiding The application of Carl Pfeiffer was received and the Visiting Committee reported the sick 1st clear The Ways and Mean Committee arranging for the bazar to bi liven next month recommended that the dates be changed to November 1718- and f 19 It was thought this would give better opportunity for the friends of the council to attend and also to perfect the arrangements therefore the change was nade by unanimous voteThe prizes to be distributed among purchasers of tickets will be the most costly ever offered and will include sets of furniture uits of clothes for ladies and gentlemen sets of furs loads of coal etc Already enough interest has been taken to make ertain the success of the undertaking the first of its kind ever given by any of our Catholic societies WILL REAOAN DEAD The death of Will Reagan only son of- 1at Reagan President of the Citizens Ice Company last Saturday evening at the family residence 2215 High avenue emoves from the West End another of its promising young men For several years young Reagan held a position with the Government at San Francisco where he contracted the illness that resulted in his death Two months ago be came home and despite all that love and skill ould do he passed peacefully away ortified by the last sacraments and surrounded by sorrowing relatives The funeral was largely attended Tuesday norning at the Church of Our Lady where Rev Father ConnifF celebrated a olemn high mass of requiem for the repose of his soul and preached a feeling crinon upon life and death that left its mpresa on all present FATHER BRADY HOME Rev Father Brady of St Cecilias church who baa been absent from the city for some timepaet has returned home looking thepicture of good health The members of his congregation are ejoiced to have him with them again Fathers Brady and Kalaher are engaged la Gods work and it is their earnest hope to soon be able to begin the exec ion of a large and beautiful church for their people NEW MANAOER Mrs James P Glenn widow of the ate Jam e P Glean has e gagdftit mpeon M maaaxer of the exchange wkkk WM coaducUd fey kw ttuabaad adkl10wnal Glaas BMC Hell lfpopulatadJM1Wk VweeM ift biIIHWpoIi floe j J 7- c t rte 1wool1 White Allwool Blankets fancy colored 00willOil Calico Lined Comforts filled with 0sideSateenlined Comforts filled with pure white down antiseptic and light but 650ato ee IRISH SOCIETYD1RECTOR A O IT- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month President Mike Tynan Vice President Joseph W Dougherty Recording Secretary Thomas Kee JrFinancial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank street- TreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of each Month President Con J Ford Vice President John JJ Sullivan Recording SecretaryEdward J Kei ranFinancial SecretaryJohn TKeaney 1335 Rogers street Treasurer Owen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets ori the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas Quinn Vice President Joseph Cooney Recording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Financial Secretary William Burns 807 Twentythird street TreasurerGeorge J Butler Sergeant at ArmsPat Begley DIVISION 4 MeetS on the ondand Fourth Wednea day Evenings of Each Month President John Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording SecretaryThos Callahan Financial Secretary Joe P McGinn 515 West Chestnut- AssistantDave Reilly Treasurer John P Hellon DIVISION 1 JBFFERSONVIIAE Meets on the First and ThirdTuesday at Pfaus Hall County PresidentJohn Kenney County Vice President J B Murphy PresidentRobert Gleason Vice PresidentDaniel Gill Recording Secretary J G Cole Financial SecretaryThos OHcrn TreasurerMartin Gos- sSentinelAlpbosep Constantine SergeantatArms Michael Noon Y 1X I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President James Shelley First Vice PresidentWm P Shaugh nessySecond Vice President Fred Berp Recording SecretaryFrank Adams Financial cret Dan Weber 2548 St Cecilia street- Corresponding SecretaryFrank P BurkeTreasurerFreak F Murphy MarshalGeorge F Simonis Inside SentinelFrank Lanahan Outside Sentinel John Schaefer TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets Every Monday Evening at the Club House 718 East Gray Street President Eugene J Cooney First Vice President J L Cunniffe Second Vice President Joseph F Bell Recording SecretaryEmil E Mouth Corresponding SecretaryArthur C Lauer Financial Secretary Robert G Goe belTreasurerWltli N Gast MarshalM F Morris Inside Sentinel Jacob Pfalzer Outside SentinelM F Ziegler REGULAR MEETING Next Friday night at St Marys Hall the Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America will meet In regular monthly session Business ofa most important nature will come before the body also interesting reports and there fore President Rogers would be gratified to see present every delegate entitled to affiliate with the body The action of the branches that have acted OH the In junction proposed win also be reported by the State HOMESEBKERS1 EXCURSION The Southern railway and Queen Crescent offer bosmokers a splendid opportunity fiber have placed on sale special round trip Hckaia to nearly all points In the Soutu good October 11 and Koyembcr 15 for lee than half rate These ticketa winbe firatclaas and will belOOdrreturning tar twentyonedays- after date of d1oc schedules ale rmat oar Callat t eSotttkrailway tkktt OAM 5B4 Fourth avaniie Wtdofanjeb n Try wi I WRONG IMPRESSION No Truth In the Rumor of Enor mous Charges at the Worlds Fair A great many people have been de terred from visiting the Worlds Fair being under the impression that you literally have to burn up money to see the fair properly There is no foundation for this whatever as the cost of board and lodging is normal and your expenses at the fair grounds will simply be what you wish to make them your self Of course there is no admission fee to the exposition buildings and in regard to the Pike there are only several shows worth Seeing among them being Hates fire fighters Galveston flood Battle Abbey trip to the North Pole Creation and the hoer war In addi tion a person might take a trip on the Ferris wheel and the scenic railway The fair is certainly a worlds fair and deserves a visit from every man orr woman boy or girl who can possibly do so It is a practical study of the worlds progress in art science education and manufacture and will prove beneficial in some way to every visitor The Ken tucky building is a source of pride to any visiting Kentuckian as it has proven the most popular State building on the grounds every comfort and attention being shown all visitors A great deal of the success of this building is due to the successful supervision of Mr R E Hughes who has shown himself to be very capable for his post in upholding the reputation of Kentucky for hospitality TRINITY COUNCIL Literary and Musical Entertainment Announced For November As usual the meeting of Trinity Coun cil Y M I on Monday evening was well attended when by unanimous vote Frank T Caummissar was elected a memo ber An invitation to the marriage of M F Morris was received and accepted and the congratulations of the council extended The Entertainment Commit tee reported that they would give a free literary and musical entertainment in November for which the best talent in the city has been secured The commit tee intends making this the best and most artistic entertainment yet given in Louisville under Y M I auspices CHESTERFIELD MINSTRELS J The Chesterfield Club will give a min strel and vaudeville entertainment at Trinity Council Hall on Tuesday Octo ber 25 This is the third minstrel performance given by this club and promises to exceed their former efforts The end men will be Messrs John Flynn F PilsonCI Desse and Lawrence Wor land while Richard A Hill will act as interlocutor The sentimental songs will be sung by William Gaybaefer and Leo Worland The first part will be followed by the usual olio Parnell Barrett and Jerome Driscoll appearing in an Irish i skit which will be sure to bring down the house Messrs Flynn and Desse will also appear in a nigger sketch entitled Outs In FPilson will appear in a monoluge while the perfor nuance will conclude with a farce entitled A Gold Brick which will be sure to make you forget all your troubles SECOND STROKE Mrs Thomas Monahan a well known resident of New Albany was last week stricken with paralysis for the second time and now lies in a serious condition at her home 723 Shelby street The first attack occurred just one year ago Her husband Thomas Monahan an old and respected citizen died last month BENEFIT EUCHRE A benefit euchre will be given at fit- fosephs Hall Washington street near Adams next Thursday night to raise 1 raadsfor furnishing the club roomaonii Mama street Twelve handsome prizes Rillbe awarded and after the eechre a will 1refi at a lov i h i BE SURE TO CALL FOR II McKENNAWHISKY liTIS ALWAYS PURE 1t1tH McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky Jtl1S tbe BrabteE R Gilbertf Company INOO ONT Stationers RtpresentaOuts of the fiawmond type BlaNk BOOK PriNtersIrlUI for Kentucky typtwrlurANd etcBindersI Paper Box Booksellers I ItiaiwTactHrw for tbtrb ant Green SteIII m Xoutsvtlle It 8TUB Gftas fl Rogers BOOK GO 1 PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES ITO SUIT EVERY 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