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Vv T fHteJIA j n- n ua f- JI J tr t If It I IW ill 101 4 I ry siwrr r4aw++ wrhwwrr wrr q I f WUTMmi 0a- b 1 ICli o 1IItll t a ofl JI d1bClfr 4 i III 1 L ItI =I Jt vrAa fry H I RII I t ALUIVIE XV N id t LO 1svntd SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 91065 IfDIMG VtS rI s r 1 i ACKINS MY n 1 urn Ftd 1 i AdliidorsnpI tbiJNntgJ1 Tf6It191 I Council to BoL5 Celebrated RullOUR as iltI Social I tI1 Will Orfl Rf rsr Dlembers it i ciPi ilt Co il1i 6llfInf vlted to Take Part in FestiviticlIp4- cmMITTBBS 1 1LfARE 9UL ATJWORKII ab t 2atttiickin Council Y M I will cele w l1ft1lItt elftb4anniver ry tellgloujlyl orroWA JociallyJoW MondayMi A11H me 9bens of Mackin will attend high 730mss thoprtjch holy communion IIns body A seraori appropriate to the occasion Mill b tcliveyed by the Rey Ifather DreAr t of AtNodoek in the afternoon the mem erVwill assemble at the Club lioiiae Uhd tleI proceed in a body to St Anthony s 11bechurchsunl I c benMtcllQU of the most blessed sacra Qq urlltUSto he Club house 4amel + of all I the member of 1ta klh- w1uli face em elSJSSfflrmity c- iS 3 alr nvi t totOJ Yd attend UyrcgUJlls tYJ Thei1Iindt U g wllibe called 3 rera mh Ofloc char oiIth C- Sm1 R tertsan ale cafijrman ve minute addresses will bedelrveredtjy the I following Past Presidents and In the is f eider named WtIIQ9 etbF ili plesf sF President George JLaub Pa1 Presl dent and Chairman lnix rife ltdn versaty Committee Daniel W Cuniff who ongi 4ted the Idea of Mackin owning its own Siddft Vincent lit Smfth who wwPrejwleatt j ten yars igoana is a excellent worker During the reunion Frank G Morgan N and Frank Klein f14ihl distribnte bpd1 some souvenirs among tne members After tHef ormal s ech1I1aldngrHr sb meniliwtlL1 vlbyttotntnltt e underthe frbaiitpQgehiP of I pus Ws rntraeger Th5 fflfllrs SUjCeclll ff and St Anthonys churches lave been iii aria be present and help to make the ccnD1 on6 pleasant on- eAuontiay Soclllorevening toe I tlie celebration 11 ke eld1aptilJ CJub House on Twentysixth rind Slevin Streets will be decorated 4nd lituml ale ill a manner bepttJng the oc asion The evening will open witha reception by i ixembers j of the club After the recep ton tiros iih c ie toAiance wID t6cott to1he ecotl tioool1 where telijirge gfWnS inn has been especially b IIJ itted up for a dancing hall ffbosetobo t prefer the quieter g mifafdulcbtevill ib j1 givenTf tip rtlIidty Ufenjotthem j- selveldn I the cpuncil chamber on the MoldsiglitaY 1tg memb rsaidrth llidy TrieadA1 N6 ton1f1iFrsous1 inltted TheFirscilegimiilLBsnd wllt I furnlsj the dance music It should be 4Jst tm A ffiiierif1 fIan c v d ttlbe datJI 6amJi be i gEfor eJliisbdl gfoal celebration of the twelfth anniversary a success are George Av LauUj bairfflati of thp Aflniversary CommiUee andalso 9f pbd StteptibiiH6oUfltfte Joleph Steltenjbnf Mnhfc Cbmmttteej FifankG SleTCloalt RaomCommitteer Samuel L Rob rtsohlreffss1t11cnLsi17 u51Mor ganfiecoratl6nVaBiLoui oftrager RdcbieLCbmmllfetJ r Ij It wouldtiedtoculttb nifaeen organ izatYottiltt FAdts1UYei b1t 11 r daoljore for Catholic lyouogr men than Mackln CouncilvThestofyiofr itd risejjits strug glee d PIWt1tsitdpiei1d tales I ufarastheKentuck1riabMnedcaa3 h nItbatulf J yf t earnest Catbolio tnenipf itherwest End kbttQgtthebddtiuglthctdbmmar pId ydqoprc 11UfJetttk t fsdnkei iir t11 received and on Suhdayj September 10 I 93 Q I1JlFfftf1etyllaven Ky wlio was t t DeputyGran dI Feetttrnmcr I tg o4svlliq b il Dieted alts bmail zatoniF At that time xiodet F gr6 1Ipt C natp latlwas1 rks 1 it21t1mi atadCOilucf1 AiIahticI hNs- rc o llbttwahnabttot be resent t 0fir 1toweverMr errs was ab Y ass s o that occa lbd lrt1h id1Mi1er trtJje ltf dlilf t 1 r Hear J MulllWj1ewell known aCf4 nac 9 Jr th fortyone charter In rs rom ibelirI anOiour fished tbutil Irmall sadrahattllhygforltlt Irl1lrtuJtb- ttt8rnk 1111 r 1 mottoof tbtlorliiJ9fJ oat ConeI 1yY i I E 1 1 taoits u r JiIk6clll Wt61ArIngl It azet Jbd 1- 0p I hat1 iflll t Ifnlhan rrJu rIJ r 1 m- J t1IIIfl g11trexhe enJii Jmp tieselect- to make the approaching anniversary celebration a success was organized as ttiHdWr oeoVgii1 t IfIlChhdli Cualriafirt f t Frank G Morgan Secretary Joseph C Seel 4p9hIllTSe l urertllgypWyI t W 1 tam erberg exolliclo member aMt t Robertson John A Fafreli Fren1i r Klein and Louis W Borntraeger jJ1i j Young People to Be it UntudrIiIj flpn IaTpill r Uoli Cards i ilJ are M trlmonyff Iff marriage orJ LiJ afMatt Hid gins aud Thomas Dl1 bes w t Hvttlt wills take place at the Sacred Heat chnrcbrrSeventpetb Det Broad ayil hf Tab oclock bornlriRbr1bt1fSday September 21 The Rev Father Patrick wish X1Ulpetjopl theyiiefnnIytand wilE ce1EijtenChtl41mqa t which ill follow Immediately Mss Ilattle Hlgglnsf a slsterpf= the hrrldef vwlU1 bedbe malcLOt ncfrM Wif bIr CUrieJ eft brother of the groom will be the best than The GtideBEather wUl lendl het toe altat and there formally give herrharfdftohellPpygrodhj r The bri3eelec3te iaest daughter ylfllm w I tV lggl11 rl aJtftoChe kefituSky JriW r AnleVFati nrd uring thefts year hatsa 1t as ffitiioifciy fias been mtfch admlreafbr her ini ny womanly graces Mss Higgins is a gradfrI not4ot dli1 uRG v5chooJZap Ait J 1 lug the pastIwoyears basieen with Jhe Smith Nixon COD1 l1VShbA9 inert jMends rind admirer lsllraretr tbeI y Wb dell ofl rnstbgtrr rood i s1jswis for1e lf to e t 18PRJ9erle ktDomtot fsfth 1 11 st OIt I s arlC1lnes and H ate TSomsa Hnetandlls Su51tfi efgcfent cleTkt iathTFlrstllfttoifiilfflank mlr CllSfcs t iTa fraduale bTstfftvesColegtStid known as an elocutionist of merited i reputei jIfeI9 a member pfjthe Ancient 6rder of Htberiians Kafekln Council dndof tKe1 YJbhparelP Dancing Club f A wedding breakfast will be served at j the t4Eamilfeth brides residence to the immediate j I ocloskMr and id J line wl111lve1 for twoJweeksi1hO etmoQS hiP toIKlapara Falls RbcSesfir andl yrd uset I Y at each of which places the young dare friends tand relatives On heir return thY will mate their hem with they grooms tuother Mrs Msryi C1lnS BIG iyji1 pT+ + + JhIOtlA Vt h itj rJ d For r t iiKjb rio I rrtntt Councfl o IOnjj Iday Night 1111 old Every lmemDerof Trinity Council YI f J h fcii requested W Atietfd the meeting Monr ag4ifghtllritIne first place plan I Beee1 e Iscns edU affiherstan members f pf tbaTffultxrAid Sriety which organ- f2aNpa f fzalttpSpew gb tousglapd itt This aid ocietyhas issued stoc4toitsJ ppbert tORr shar i f fii of DtreC1lr tof Prrfnl r tdioc sty it maie up of Messrs J G Klrchdorfer Dfl P kCWrk ifimel Bn Kejfy Joseph 3 lJjIzijAJb rtF Martin Ben F fund and Eugene j Cooney Irfrtt3i 5 scu ii p land It2r1 It I 1 Ijh il ra t P r F Martin Chairman Dr F S Clark 1 iMesjrai KircW9rCi Hund Slattery SnwmersE16sEddaahd jbhnt Shclfvdn lr WritT I 1UGUN CathollcSdchoolstinclcollc4catl i I AifdRihokt 1II r j The parditTalcfotSlir c 11eir f iflnd a demlf1 d o ese lit auistnlb oenedundetfavorablealiijfCelob dd6n day ulominglIu neatideifiase an dayIyearwa3al9wprrla Ye began the school year b attending a rnm9I yre3lVP fortTeaefltpfRPIil a 7ff141F41dfir q n h IOjI u viE tfJQl S aS iijcP S i4 gttfrt tl tIV el J t 1 5 iij mI fY1f1tW ttitfbeqr t11q1ff week as many of tHe boys have not returned fiomrUtiitt ficatiebS Presents ion Academy Holy Rosary Academy CetarGroVe ftfafc th UtnlinV Aradenr- a till hirektf fjifcreai d iittekd iicefthHf IilitY w rJf jj1f u roil d t 11- 1l01U lur d UIDLUCQRASSEUCIiKECLUB wx A sfdasbeNdfhrel4 known msskltsrfA ofr lhelx6stt 4ld tiabeformed tbrrBhieg- tstallelfCldbttitrdbjlet sd I + tinl ttoat ride itfnafEtd lord6itGlatMtolaJtiaikliugt1 t iiH fut l pft1+ +t ott l1ilpoKiuIHl k tilt idta3d6 BtlFgraadtiqtodlo6 Ke nt- e 1 The first ofJheeerehbftltriWIR1Itetgl8- I OR Wed eed tnienJng September 13 iit iscRJck iaftfiria w jrs atik IRaitWidhlb nlaiael1 It lIU iIrSnd Clkj+ I Kill =MdtMA ilrIfiHaftf r tflMti 1 DCL 1 t Co yV1iE3tPb1ACKIIJ qtlNCILVILLCELB i tATE ITS tVjiI+ H AN jIYF It4ARX J ti OitiltI I gwl u r t itiJlI J e fd 1J J i l Dr Douglas ydo jtyilj flakea- Lecture Tour ofntEUis r 10111O ltr 1 Itt VUdI I rIr i itt Poetn7J ti rftmatJ8tnud P fi OrllnrI 1Two Tongues n II 111 I d I IIiHIII llii Jl1j 1 I ttt President oCtueQapllciLeague vlvHo Has DODoGrestJ J Work- S tflglulr mi u 01 l ft J 9j j Ir t iiiw aliiviio irfllvl t pBl AT tBMi A N YBfSI IBS 1 f lId nI i u i if 1 Lv5te AppftpacbingrsltljoRmericathqofiI li U t f pt i r v 11AeJ 11 I firth all are anxious to s V and bear tbd ib reat patriot poet dramatist and orator 1 fieGlellc JieagueVtof which Pr Hyde I j d the chief txeeuttvtrwAs fcundedlipr- elated twelve years thgpwth the lbleIj object of keeping the Jasbnlangnnse liv rfBppkea1toHgae pudiQfi Dubhslh L nR Its ancient awl creating new UteraiJ r pre in it Dr Douglas Hyde WitS electe- dtfrtPtitieutof tUi9sociery tfd each- deiiliriugy f dr liBi been roehtcted- i1Oti I celibraledlrlstimKir = f in tbyWfrtisitt IDer of the Iris1t l istbrfcal1l Sbdety bY Trinity Pollexe fubln end a member of i i4i- 4s J i4tt t Y Ii Iiiftafionlta 4JIiltppI a rll 9ittltdr agnetldoratorboillliptilel p tl i tie same iIi fbVS uLfef duH tvid most respected dudbelbiedutadfiu lire 111dPIi i t l Nprfllg qJ aa l1easep 1 aeneJjl i1 thibJtht tIi Mf lie Mall1 i 1 qY aPYther t 11grgat IraIrgiga4vg q t13S fact thatI1e acrd ha4yaPtJ I tai 4llhtpryi has ft ijterftuFean4l 5- onlyhc19r m I ean4 yvhicb4ngbl Jp 1FP9UppIttJRnQ1 regdlpgk9Awigdgei I p Itiap 1 erature aSil1IWPJ riof tro- psfigil1 fmlEOrtange 1 6ihab1g64F- Pyrifhgeatfnccestto 1 i aaye tbg laqgu ge- frgwldtstrgcllaa 1i4bhnFtI ilFiliPg Pet MW AwUeJiMpf 1rslAudiggs4 sky fl6pdr91yi4gaThy41reaSegedf 4x14 f3i wgyar3lll1 r4 Jtlm custapie A9d flyHm1 gsxFthg1 r a- drJutM ItI thealit Y1qigie IJ tttie i preached up and down t A f ftt tfetQu5 end of Ireland to tlie other + the ideal of flqIrikhItxaadaiadthglderlRPm4atlotkairiik krrvgrinYIM Unlt di tatessbnet pttobcr i30J Lectuieabavfe already b 6 ltfitintl1foz abtsdvadraluoftbe bpi verMtiel t tlJli Umt dStlfesdl1rtIIXe tzt- In ftjl prnigfleslfoef tWtpraerktetere rtsti 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grave danger ofdyiagPut 1 tGaelic Is spoken by hundYeds of touIands poe7n9laoagse Pt4ft laewrit teain Iriabtmauyjtls ip4pera antYiagr i azines wholly prpartI T zrjabnre rpnd 1 py thousands and Ireland seems to be J preparing for the day ti lierpsofale dill speak itfGielfcv aril Wles speakkin Welsh wlttilrtelbor1ttbutspea1d iris I Commerce and to other nations in the ngiish tAngHrr rile13tid 1htb biaiTd indstforSo with this greatdationdl l awfikedltiglsUhe timeMS league wbcivHes wprked withr ach4lrg tsf4r the eitV1IQf thcth sL jj- Sanguig tbaf tfCas dfstriljuled pver a Hundred thousandof its Gaelic text u biuks inelaingIdi b+ tarxndhastcreated a boveihent whlctthasJ caughtvjrimeU1 and women ofallclaase audqceedt andt0 tics with the common motive of lave he pride in her pastcouptr hopeoiL i liaret1t niri Ufr f iffU n wed musk jusf1yt13lldoked1- urn sribb1iYbci rlkkrtUfa grleat9ddrEl- fleet is Dr Douglas Hyde He wilSfhe rat PFe4ii egtPf tbeJ6lsh lrttionalI t it t iI0f S9betvf9rtRtiflRhtht4clFrs1I II Ai91h5Gae lltMaguePeJsfouodee i resigned that office ori the starting of tltll j1UilSj1 year a893J tHe 3ia wlspfjseatt Pxc Mdtflt j of the Irish1 Texts 3odety ibLLondpn since its foundatIonInS 0 i fJ 11 i i 1lo le RVAtIWItNERJH1i rr il d 110I alII tiijtilituj JIIP ffit ti1 Ilmotby Ill OLeatvj QaeofithtJiot popular agents of the Equitable JilfB Assurance Society in Louisville leaves fotlev Yortf i thJltfifteVa6Bn to attfnd tVeahpuat getftrtilffileetlbgbfi theHbedisi UiY dttear gdes toitbe Aiamti metropolis ona special liltdfad 6s a- gngstgt 4keEAujta RletLi flAssnlauqce C4WPa4Y prlgIIWi p s 1mottta he hMsjvriUen ppllclewhpse Jf1IaigfVafcl values were 50000 All o Wq Jocaj prizebbid frdnivk + prizdtidpei I btit keinquielttd- thembbtalrse ibta ichiWrfcoi wets ltoa small This year btftakesadvaatsgebf the trip with rooms in the Waldorf vnori ew foffiMo suHcii direct y4naeVlfi8 Irmanagement Sldfae agent of the EtitWvMVtte sr i1ie- bset7lpfQFA11Jh 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afr111J1 f F1a141g4lorJ91YrrJ91Yr pigllf- TbefpR k f UJ igelpdgdfgq f lxbra + Domipi9anAraiQtI thei1 eyIlrAtl7gc1BP714 I ventura O Pf of Berlin Germany the Right RevJffiWtaAl1 U laullBisbop of Treuton N J the Very Rev CbllOs MWeaWai fib K K ijrfClncllfnatl a WrKVitfffthe 1t1rht a lfteryeur 1ydtkr Irr eMaY kSJ 1opseVel w bvted to a endr h beep aldef etif c8a std lhY8 Fin r wtttUctirdiflJJ Wiuf PfU- Bi attlQ thindl lhJ e ftifaln f8o- f IPeEer fie ii8nf tb6lfCnYi il rilcdnf61 f rJ- rr rillbeds ii1 urn fi1JI tI I + i N ttyll liI1rtllrt Sa lHt dtut tf it Jifl iiI91PJR atllollrvoikiiest 4i totjIm6crrllrPlJwE t QR4 1 I t r i rtwto1 j f Monsignor Falconio and Arcbblsuop Moeller of Citib16tiiQtel proceedings Qf th convention Proper will fill out lIfJudYIItuEsaYliiiI flVetSnlxH k llifndI llgrLfdNhtidttJl ll I tiHl1iWilJIJ lA oJg Kflfetsjdintiiiafrid tii4trJbititbrswl1f1be r ftJlfJietIi i bflliat I r I lc5 HIl1luti UilJtW yooh iJl1I fiien l qll uo7r11dtlo w9Thereo n I lies whP wiltiWeWWkWHiWation St Martlna Bratherhbodabenevolent br I tJCJfl lilt diit ittbilrltltf idtk II 1ltIb aa tItJyt I 1IaCiIliNtf IDI tJr rrj I r j v j j v therein are Messrs Henry BosquetIoseph i lrrelPbiUpj i Acltcrntau91 dtSbh ftj BeildeaOther Joseph Sibler Joseph Gottbrath IJ ban Stengel and Edward J HlJaplt wltnv other prominent German Amerl tbefJIjeptattesw ill takepart la the mamtuoth pqccisslon tomorrow afternoon and will zmarch with Sti MarlihVBroherhobd 60LEtti iRVJbt i 1 ter Tlrl- ylarkcd I J ihc Jubilee Cclebra c fctlbnoeSt Johns Colt I treAIJJlonf It illI 11 The celebration of the fiftieth annj v rsary of the establishment of the cpn JBregatlonbf St Jotin the Evangelist lest f 1seligiousAManyembcrso i hilly communion at the early mass but- t4t the hate niaWatiO 6cYdcfc tlie1church I ica crowded with memberabftnevConT gfegation and pious Catholics from all yer the cltY11i The jubileel poenin high tjijass was ceieorated by the venerable piItqr the Very Rpv atpe1lQwrepoe liaxll assisted by two priests of the Fran ilscAn Prder1 as fleac6h atid subdencou 7hechofr uudenthe directlan pl- JtymphnaVeeneman t sand Iambil6ttqsI 6 I r nasdI theVerylPcyfCOUiqGlileppen JO the occnsion He told ot the stlrridg tjrbed8nwblbh SL Johdd J congregation as Jfound d 1 of Cy4rr eelsof prfortbtt Ij J poangpriestt dtt jontia auk how one year 1aer He be cjatne pastbr of the congregatioui which dfEce lie bojds npAV atern period pff fortynine years Father Deppen asked thecbngfegatiohtb thank Almighty Gdd otheJU9 Y fpvc rs and hlesainga wbicl duringthepastpaia arihigh tribute ito Father list andi ald jtiwoujdbp liaftlt thequthgtie q of the church would sfyovt Jilm marked flavor next yeSr not fa nlere dolhestld prelacy ibnt something hlghen i it ii copgTFKaionpenmi fn the1 6flernbbnB61qmnr1 vespers were qungrfollgwed bybenedictiourf- he l most IoIIIse sacrament And a met t g oI iifAltar octetYand itirdtjrW 7 i Itfu tiJ nil 1iuEXTENDS TlANKSIII1i InIIJI1I tIii J liIU rtlcsTdcnt KdbaevcliHSendil j Mcs8Bg to1t1emb + orfJII J1 r MaakimCOttnciflI r I1IJI Ii fllTTT 11 I lillo d II- j Members bf MacKin Council Yu Mv Ji- fF I jeyrltJpCRmi tallft xa y aisaht jwhpn Recording Secretary Frank Morgan tiadalenef from PieSid 11 t RbesHvtltl J kknkjngithe memtKrsj fgr thecpn r4atUT adohent eluded between Ttnssia and Jepan The PresidentoiIEffefiwiibrldfjldordal and characteristic Itwill be kept as one of the ibwodujrctiivesfof sMackinlCouncU ick Ss wstfng wawfiy attendr not least ail sevepty ve members tak bk1p lt the Sfdteeaibg9 1kSI1ebll txbergsiaaiii thebeirtandIvnebevt lfIman eellouthtlaiild lii reeefereorteii toile iinjpr9vjng rpPidlYf IMI 0 ifi j ThfJAnnjversary Q mittS4ape tthe i i naiidnd 0ulrcOmmtlt ed repbrted that flii rrabgetttdnta bad beitf Jtniafc f6rtbat gr4lt4Betllt QuJie a lo ofpn 1i ftbjsfc ness wqs transacted duzingthe evenngI tnq H SHORT TALKS i1- Hiiiollt C1rI 1 ro1 lfJd ni if tcJWt fttfdttlbiIb4-n J t rtttliigteth ru- itInrie e M lmbcrsyr 71tf ill r Irl1 1d illlJlrmr tiI In 1DVlsldhBAntIBiit Oiderbl alb r1 lt4nhil1fild tifgItig grWptltbydEeetidg 11tvetihftctor debrgeV JV B tlttiTe tdh riJ lngLAfiWiJtNAJO JrPOPI jIt tltIJ recent session His remarks were inter eiUg m gaVifyingitdan priebttd applloaUbgtoBrJoh IIvKSIvehEy3oweirhlr 45iqab fl3Ift4nficP3fAt kla 111e39 sick listDsEvSl fl6gPlkns llt1o t1 VI J vSbortibntiaterpeting talks foaitid good llleyE E Mall q T coiifmlllP lwhritb lied in Mlqit wtiCul abower that he augir was a graua Mib CII tktllY id ituahhi111o oxsJ l rdrlljS19i11E B d ir sij luo A li LUittOJfLI11 1lwbr lijrgAl3tratlPqofi tlem6 a i3liefer tvaalsHtutetesb rib rBepkl HQprJanlqYW QJII 4IMf agptcm er lY Tfie cars or h dUD Ye vSid ihaHd 1lJPUfcUn1pHibinj1 lw tN SeSF4tPlYxe84Y4i ll sdttaal4I J NIJd IiJt1 811tt 1lPflsadjf Jjjun11becutve an mil ee- 4fidaarAEibC6Yr1d9 i 4Cbil6ofti T Jdifj I oJMPMdRJtf9ig1ta i II I Euchre will beij1J1u cur1JthelmWYIcQ JllirV rs i llI1etQTwiUhbel i alddl + dYde tljO tit d diDt 1fB i i je qq j i i UHRttrt + srDG6 q rot i fr fHhl I OriroiatitfJvVHI Be Exhibited at tlio Madison Square 1 i iGarin iIVFntOJ Linens and Lacesq gpltna sod j Friezes Will I3ef hornj t I uregj Em otfdlDeathfiihbkand nIme Mooroxt yAftfjj Ii IfIfi dir ridsitios 1 f ft tocJIJfI r 1 J 80MB HfiNDSOMEf RNS dhd If a nlbYrsVtindustrialf1tJ osiltoFI6fJ held in Madison Square Garden New theAncientob open contCnue i Irishpeopleand also to Indicate vtfoe ppssjjbuities of rthe Irish peopleIn case Jheyjhad a free and independent government Resides the industrial featured there will be art and curio erhibidonsi 11 foundUlepatriot martyr For tpanjf rears it had been sought by men w H9I new of its existence but its ipcatlpnncpu1d not be thepositionIreland who dlspbsia bf Ht ttf lames F Egan a well kribVyn naVnfallst a mem ter of the city jibvernment1 faf Dublin tqlnduaMalit Thomasdfatthew DanieliwasInfollowedliebaagraved gesulnenessthe pres3Iona kenbyearth that11betng conducted KxJy k flite ybnug atrlefter Bmmetiwasriiangidi HraWn and Ti1fnthehead letheThe j rpowned and played 4 y Ire willlsothrunifnedtbei sungIngollectionsofland oYher spirited Irishmen l Willie ota pxbiblUpn 3fbt cbjlectionsfiwtl con tan many yatuAb pojiut9 of tlie Hrl fctic Irish brain If tAnother interesting exhibit will beajcolfecUoti of the fatttons pottery liyaSL elleekla Tare adddbHcatesort of hln made only Jq they hill r tyt ivl t1 JlfJtstock1 M o arUse thelonglngoMhe womeu X is beautiful fdbrfdia tf mlxtUfevbfcrflky and wobi1 andlfcS jlecreit ppitif1 ptoceite xis guarded so Well fa4tnueainF1colonyof- weavers fa ipubj11to 4i4e4ub p1I1 1e hs- man ufactuJJlfQr nqr f yntq tgdfed carsjfreshrThese ate r bb lHrooiliiiidOthrunntnJ vehicle ii sp t MltjnI airuib6eaI of Ilr A ha vhaalqnc4f yEra wfill 0feir bldg o b al l t lIIllgivIIt t t o tuutuYI rettygoaag w tnenr UlI ebrowjnt fthod bg o 1lifl Qffm obeautiru ces Thatl are w lil gijiilfwni1b1f Mid therddti Uiin- J J dtgtiou ot Ute 1 zpofilioa tvvjlitli o y mod IIItrac lye In the PJVJJPnol5 3idlHribk 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SEPTEMBER 9 1905 DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES Jlllyor1 PAUL c EARTH Treasurer O B T SCHMITT DICK Auditor LYNE HERNDON t HK Tax Receiver i THOMAS A SHELLEY r rrR71f I CourtrJOHN MCANN Prosecuting Attorney City Court ROBERT J 1CAQAN Clerk dry Court e a ALP OLDKAM n janoo JIO JJlllffl WIbLIAM BQSIBII County Judge i CHARLES A WILSON County Attorney r ROBERT W BINGHAM t County Clerk W J BBMONlNt I r 1 s County Sheriff HENRY A DELJj r county Assessor I U r JOHN M ADAMS County Jailer JOHN R PFLANZ County Coroner IIAIUU8 KELlrf r County BurVeyor It H YOUNG County Superintendent Public Schools ROSA STONESTREET Senator Thirtysixth District H S McNUTT Senator Thirtyeighth District ALBERT H CHARLTON esentatlve Fortyfourth Dist LLOYD W GATES ortyJCth District JO IN M LETTERLE Representative Fortysixth District CHRIS MUELLER Representative Fortyseventh DIst JAMES A HAGAN Representative Fortyeighth DIst EMMET P SLATTERY Representative Fortyninth DIst ION B NALL Representative Fiftieth District W G BAXTER Representative Fiftyfirst District THOMAS DREWRY Justice of Peace County First DIst R O DORSBY Justice of Peace County Second DIst S C VEATHERBEE Justice of Peace County Third DIst H D ROBB tlce of Peace County Fourth DIst k S S HOLLia Ice of Peace City Fifth DIst FRANK J HOFFMAN Ice of Peace City Sixth DIst DWARD MEGLEMRY 1 lof Peace City Seventh DIst I WARD D OCONNOR s of Pence City Eighth DIst l P T SULLIVAN onstnble City Fifth District IHENDRICKBI8 JOE SHORT Constable City Seventh District 3 THOMAS MORAN t Constable City Eighth District J NELLIGAN 1JOSEPH I TICKaTtrj if tthis week we present to our rs the Democratic ticket for b municipal offices From the Hon Paul C Barth the nominee for Ifaypiy down to the nominees fo- renstablelin the various Magisterial tiptrictsall of these candidates have beenchosen for their superior fitness It is not a one mans ticket 3t is the peoples ticket and the voice of the people will be heard in November In the present case it as the offices seeking the men Instead of the men seeking the offices prospectivecandidates s appointed Be it said to the credit of the party however that in every case superior men were chosen Where business men were ed Jbusfnese men were chosen professional men were need icy were chosen Paul C r the standardbearer and fee for Mayor is undoubtedly get man for the right place- S horn and raised in Louis I his interests are here e M a ptOtboybuta- biUtyintegrltyaad yotion to businesff 1 hompetency Daring years lie hap beetr capacity of Alderman He has al ways given satisfaction Today there is no man in Louisville more conversant with the needs and af fairs of this municipality than Mr Barth Honesty capability and un tiring energy are three requisites in the makeup of a citys chief ex ecutive All these qualities Mr Barth possesses His associates on the ticket are likewise tried and true Their election in November means aniera of greater prosperity for Louisville LEND A HAND Louisville needs badly a central I modernlyI indulge in legitimate games either physical or mental Many of them are now affiliated with the Voting Mens Christian Association where they have certain privileges but no rights They have the privilege oj paying so much per annuli 0 take baths to play hand ball etc but they have no right to vote as members of the association as to the election of officers or instructors t nor as to the disposal of money they have paid in According t the most recent report of the localI branch of the Y M C A there are 1201 members in the senior de partment young raerf over sixteenI years old Orrlittle areIi allowed full rights and privileges The remaining 526 are dividedI among Catholics Jews and tfar tarians la the junior depxrtmetit boys ranging between the ages dfr twelve and sixteen years there is a grand total of 3t6 with the membership about equally dividedl between active and associate mem bers We have the people and the means to start a real Catholi- gymnasium here if the proper authorities will only lend a hand SCHOOL ATHLETICS More attention should he paid tto athletics in our schools whether parochial or collegiate An inter est in athletics serves twofold pur pose It makes the student health ier and it causes him to eschew vices such as the use of tobacco vinous and malt liquors and super induces moderation in eating and drinking to sav nothing of the spirit of cleanliness it inculcates Boys love sport Naturallyall want to be heroes The little fellow- look with admiration upon an older boy who is a crack pitcher or catcher Teyidolize a sprinter or a high jumper In fact the leader in any sport is made much of Now these sports are not only innocent in themselves but they make boys more manly and serve to divert their thoughts from per nicious practices There are hun dreds of boys who can neither be coaxed or driven to show a spirit of emulation in the study of books yet there are comparatively few who do not want to be considered away up front as ball players sprinters etc When it becomes known that the boy who chews to bacco or smokes cigarettes and there are too many little fellows doing that today finds out that he cannot play on the school team unless he eschews these habits the cigarette and tobacco are tabooed Then the youngster begins tto be careful of what he eats when he eats and how he eats Indeed Itis remarkable what some of these abletesQftweiveyears can tell you about hygiene Where it is- possible to hive Indoor gymnasiums they should be wheredT no ible outdoor games of tiY rooo oo eeoo oo oooo oooo I MORNINGi i l I y Commences the Sale off e s s Entire Stock I 1 ifoftcedj The time he had to vacate his storeroom was too short to sell everything tie had As a consequence he sold us the emfre stock remaining only of course after we had made our own price which was I SIXTY CENTS neQof THE DOLLARkI To carry out our store policy and to establish a value giving we will sell every dollars worth at the same rates of reduction We havent had time to assort and enumerate the bargains but promise the best values this house has ever offered in IUosieryI Flannels i Mens Socks Outings Silks and Dress Goods I i INI H FACT H EVERYTHING IN THE WAY OF SEASONABLE DRY GOODS I I BE WISE hJAnd get here as early as Monday morning Always rem emII I ber flrrt that the choicest plums AAl II6I rtDr II IIaU kinds should be encouraged provided always that brutality iis not allowed I =PARENTS BEWARE The parocbjal schools colleges laud acaderriies of the diocese of Louisvillti opened under favorable weekoyd there are too many Catholic boys and girls attending other schools Where no religion iis taught no real education is to be found Parents ate responsible fo the education ot their children and if they neglect their religious train ing they neglect them altogether The editor of a Catholic paper wh forgets to remind his readers of the duty they owe their children whether from fear or indifference does not deserve support lThe November election is less than two months off Candidates descriptiorcare reminded that the Kentucky Irish American is prepared to do this work in the most up todateI manner Call at this office see samples and get prices TRINITYS BALL CLUB Trinity Councils base ball team de feated a semiprofessional team at Shelby and Oak streets last Sunday The score was twelve to ten Trinity would like to hear from Unitys team in New Albany in time to arrange a game for Sunday September 17 morning preferred at Rcccius Park Twentyeight and Gar land avenue The young men who com pose Trinitys team were photographed I in their new uniforms last Sunday and have arranged to give A dance at Trinity Club House 713 Fast Gray street next willsbe used to defray the expense incurred in buying the new uniforms All who attend are assured good time Captain and Manager Albert F Martin will cele brate bis birthday the same evening PATRICK MQRATH Patrick McGratb an old and respected I member of the Dominican parish died at the residence of his son Frank Mc Grath 1035 Seventh street on Wednes day afternoon Death resulted from the ailments attendant upon old age The deceased was born in Ireland seventy four years ago but bad been a resident of Louisville for sixty years He was a pioneer in the freight transfer business in Louisville but retired from active business life many years ago Quiet and unassuming in his habits he made many friends who regret his death He is sur vived by his stepdaughter Mrs Neil Mc Devitt and his son Frank McGrath The funeral took place from St Louis Bertrands church at 9 oclock yesterday morning DEDICATION The new St Augustines church JeIfersonyille will be formally dedicated on Sunday October 1 The Right Rev Francis Silas Chatard of Indianapolis will officiate The new church has been erected to take the place of the one destroyed by fire December 9 1903 The pastor Rev Father OConnell and his congregation ate justly proud of their I new edifice i NEW QUARTERS Satolll Council Y M h is preparing to move into new quarters ot 001 West Ar cklnrldge street The members arer avBgtoK to give Ji ItotiMt wanafag wfcta till new home is furaih d s D n I J BACON SONSI caaait Q I2i 6i I2UJUJOU III T SOCIETYr 13CwJi9 j John J OBrfett blttreturned hom from a pleasant Visftto Grayson Springs Miss Mollie Corcoran is the guest o her cousins the Misses McCormac a West Point Miss Florence Mattingly has gone to Cardome College Scott county to resume her studies MMiss Jennie Duffy who has been visit expectr today Mr and Mr Horace McPhie who have been visiting up in Michigan for several weeks have returned home- D Miss Katir Wlvan has returned to her homejrtland after a pleasantt visit to friends In Pewee Valley Miss Annie Redmond of Maysville will be the guest of Mr and Mrs Tom Claire for the next five weeks M J Sheridan was one of the from this city who have been enjoying a season of rest at West Baden Springs Anthony Barrett 838 East Main street left Tuesday for St Marys College Marion county to continue his educa tion Miss Marie Pottinger of Indianapolis has returned home after a delightful1 visit to Miss Katie May Murphy at Pewee Valley Misses Mary and Maggie McSweeney have returned home after a delightful visit of two weeks spent in Chicago andI Michigan Mrs D F Keating of the East End and Mrs Thomas Megnire and son o r 3112 Fourth avenue are visiting relatives in Chicago Jr and Mrs John P Cassilly and chit then have returned from the knobs back of New Albany where they spent the heated months Miss Margaret Thompson of Shelby ville made many friends here during her two weeks visit as the guest of MissI Clara Callahan tJudge Matt ODoherty and wife and Miss Katherine Ewing have returned home after a pleasant visit to Asbury Park NJ John Karman a popular member f Division 3 A O IL will leave for Kan sas early next week where be hopes twin u fame and fortune Mrs William Patterson will return next week after a pleasant vacation of several weeks spent in the vicinity of the great Northern lakes Mesdames Mary Beard and Ben War ren have been visiting their mother Mrs Mary Newman at the Forks of the Elkhorn near Frankfort Mayor Charles F Grainger and his wife arrived home Monday from New York and other points of interest in the East Both enjoyed their months rest Miss Marie Kennedy has recovered sufficiently from her recent illness to be removed from SL Josephs Infirmary to the home of her uncle Col M Muldoon Cherokee RoadIMiss Bertha E Klerner and John FIRenn young people well known in New Albany will be united in matrimony in the Catholic church at St Josephs HillJJ ten miles north of New Albany on Tues dayJamea E Due jan of Indianapolis WM in this elty Jv dHeday evening en route to Spriagfi W wkwe fee wilt visit I tYe Rev FaUMr IJeIetnreey i lJ go Mr Dta iiifi took cbArgc at then n 0 u h Columblan Record Catholic journal of the Indiana metropolis and under his efficient management that paper has en joyed unprecedented prosperity Will OConnor is spending two weeks Springse Miss Josephine Kelly has returned- f home from a pleasant visit to Asbury tPark i Miss Ruby Crutcher of Portland left- AfondaptopuraueherrtndiesatNaxareth Academy F Ben Horstman who was seriously ill last week has improved rapidly and is now able to be out He is receiving many cognratulations on his speedy recoveryPolice Commissioner John B Murphy of Jeffersonville who is also general yardmaster around the Falls Cities for the Pennsylvania lines left Monday to spend his annual vacation in Boston and New York Miss Mollie McCarthy Lizzie Murphy Katie Coleman and Messrs John Sulli van Edward Dalton and George Grove have returned from Mt Washington- r where they were guests of Miss Ada Hough Edward Nora and Katie OLeary children of Timothy T OLeary 421 Twentyfirst street have returned from Henderson after spending several weeks as the guest of their uncle the Rev Father Edward Lynch Mr and Mrs Riney and family of Nashville who have been visiting here for the past two months returned home this week During their stay here they were the guests of Mrs Rineys mother Mrs Malls of Zane street x Mss Theresa Kiel and Charles Pfeiffer popular young people were married at 830Ioclock Wednesday morning a honeymoon trip of three weeks in the East Mr and Mrs Pfeiffer will reside at 505 East Ormsby avenue Miss Jewel Kelly and Dr William M Dwyer surprised their many friends by announcing that they had slipped off to Springfield Ky last week where they were quietly married in St Rose church the Rev Father J S Caton O Poffi dating The bride has been one of the most popular members of the Auxiliary Ancient Order of nians She resided at 1015 Twelfth street Dr Dwyer came to Louisville from Cannellton Ind some years ago to study medicine and became a student at the Kentucky University It seems s he studied the methods of Cupid as well as the practice of uiediciue and succeeded in winning a charming girl for a bride Dr and Mrs Dwyer left for Cannellton yesterday morning to pay a visit to the grooms parents Sunday they start for Denver where Dr Dwyer will1 complete his studies and begin the prac flee of bis profession The bride desires the Kentucky Irish American to bid goodbye to her many friends and well wishers in Louisville daughter surprised at her home 943 Mary street last Sunday on the occasion of her seventh birthday The guests were Misses Grace Green Ida Dicken Fannie Schnei der Ruth Panmiller Clara Schneider Margaret Bacon Madeline Helm Mamie Denver Hildegarde Barker Rosalia Gssa Eva Panmiller and Masters Avery and Earl Smith Milton Helm Edward Schneider Alvin Klausmeyer Louis Mil J ler Nellie Johnnie and Edward Grove I During the afternoon childish games t were indulged in and preMy prizes were distributed A splendid supper was served and the little ones enjoyed themselves to the utmoetA special feature was the vocal and infttrutaeatal music led by bliss Emma Grove All the little ones wJ hiBg little Adeline many happy baa of the day Jy f PUT ASIDEA- llprevious arrangements and Ithis sale you l 6t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t tB t M Mt H4 It + FURNITURLOF the Lowest Prices Possible f i WM F MAYERIrf 419 W MARKET STREET ft oi1 JI 1 I 1 I I I I I I tulI+I1 tul rr I 1 +1 I I I tulliiI1 I fInl It OUR nEST EFFORTS ARE DIRECTED TO BE RECOGNIZED ASjr Louisvilles Carpet Every floor is teeming stocks that tip the acme of excel lence Our exhibition of OAJEWPEJXSIflClS RUGSIs without a peer Selection quality and prices alike are strong champions for fa- vorHUBBUCH BROS r 524 526 and 528 West Markeet Street 1 I I IIInIluJoHlnJH I 1 1 IN I 1 I I 11 I I = 1 I 1 I I I I 1 1 I I I I 1 I I I I H+ FOR GOODNESS SAKE Lookat the label on the bread ordered from your grocer and be sure that it is 1 MOTHERS BREAD I There are many imitations in appearance SAVE THE LABELS AND GET VALUABLE GIFTS f TO CORINNE prayersr of grace And thence descending gently unawares Rained benediction in each lowly place Her smiles were Which flowersIAnd bless the sorrow Whence anguishbade bright hope and love depart HARRY B TIKRNEV SID GATES OUT Sidney J Gates the popular general agent of the passenger department of th Big Four route who recently submitted to the operation of removing one of his eyes is able to be out of the infirmary ills many friends rejoice at his recovery SAFB AT HOME Frank Heeney one of the leading dry goods merchants of Frankfort has re turned home from a trip to New York During his stay in the East Mr Heeney combined business with pleasure White makes a woman look innocent winsome and classic Clear white is for the blonde dream white for the brunette Is it not the woman in white who has all the attention and the wideeyed young thing in white with a blue ribbon who j captures all the beaus Since lemons do not keep well in warm wither it IIsla good plan to bolt the jpjce o7a number of them with eaoogh f g4 to make a syrup sari put away im a covered jar to be wed for loakivg leaoMde 1 1- a putIat the head of your ping list It means dollars M EM Store with your 1 MACAULEYS tMonday NiRhtaandTIM MURPHY In A Corner in Coffee nvenling HOPKINSl r- P 010VAUDEVILLETWO Opening Weak Beginning Sunday Sept 10 THE GLOBE OF DEATH startlingeGardner and Stoddard Impersonators mimics and musicians Emma Frauds and her Arabian whirlwinds retching Brothers in The Musical JlugheslntheirColCFranceVoice Bert Lennon character Impersonator and the KInodrome with colored moving pictures BUCKINGHAMMATINEE W2ES COMMENCING SUNDAY 8EFT 10 tJCherryBlossoD BurlesersIt THIRD STREET GARDEN F OMENS prop Res taurantal1dCafe TIM Ml AYkJAHMKSs Home Phone 168 ll Cumb PhonedOUaii 1 I n l w fl i iii ir f I4p- rzTUC Ti a fx AMR A wELt tt ILIIIIKI QUICK MEAL RANGES J Best Awarded first SON Market Second lFUl I 1 l All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Carriages Furnished for All Occasions Both Phones 365 1225 W MARKET STREET HIMMHHIH1 I 1 11 N 111 HIHKI 1 1111 IH I I II 111 110 HOME PHONE CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND 838 EKST TUtHIN STREET the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 Main MRS JOHN J L II 11 II II II II II I II II fiYd I Oran W Smiths Sont All SMITH Proprietor r i l and Embalmerj Carriages Furnished for AN torsions on Short Notice iiSOQ W JEFF RSON TELEPHONE 810 fl44 HP H t H H t t t t t + t or t I III I I I I J E L H STRAUS r TRACY STRAUB DIRECTORSfI11Crrtaxe on Short Notice I y 1 t II 1 11+1 MARKET STREET J1111II I I equaltowon it won its way to the of excellence by its fine alone and is guaranteed to who tries it Kentucky Wall Plaster Co Incorporated TELEPHONE 2267 Irook and liver Louisville Also operating the Plas ter Jeffersonville Ind Telephone 655 BIG FOURi THE BEST LINE 1- OIndianapolis eoria Chicago ponna in and MICHIGAN i8laM Biffalo Hwf York UstM ANt EAST formation cheerfully on 9IRonleto Agartsi itAnt C D n c IltIi U QUICKTMEAL I1EL I E r SAME GAS In The World LouisWorlds OEHER 217 St near v 88 EMBALMER With East Street BARRETT I PtirieMl Director STREET Wall bLG1 ALL f4 44t4 DANIEL J DOUGHERTY Funeral Director and Embalmer Beth Phon s2998 Carriages ftimredAII Occasions All CilU Day Night 1231 W Market St 32fh and 13th tfi ttt 11411II 114Ill Ii1 TRACY IYBOTH PHONES 363 Pwnished 011111 1531 W summit Quality please everyone Ky Hoosier PWMTS Tarnished Gata1 Gettt Answered Promptly Beta IIOURS8TO6 S 9 NDAYSI DONT YOU WANT YOUR TEETH FIXED By men of experience at the mot reasonable price DR Hr J COUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH AVENUE oppJno C LewfrCo HENRY ftAIJIJ PPULSU DYER AND CLEANER Late and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone 3633 528 Fifth Street Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty lijlOUISf H Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET KATIE AGNES SMITH I Formerly pt Gran W Smiths Sons LADY EMBALMER hUdrene to order atrpesonableprices All calls answered promptly day or ntebt Howe unJ ltttlttgt- x x n- r n u- a I LABOR DAY Appropriately Observed By People of al Classes on Monday Labor day was celebrated royally iIn Louisville this year It seemed that everybody took a holiday and that all1 enjoyed it Of course the big picnic given by the members of St Pauls con gregation at Phoenix Hill Park was a grandsuccess The park was crowded both during the afternoon and evening nor were any intoxicating liquors sold All who attended the picnic appeared to have come out with the idea of spending money and they spent it too The rev erend pastor of St Pauls Father Thomas A York was busy and happy He saw that all present enjoyed them selves and got their moneys worth Many pastors and priests of other con gregations were present and encouraged Father York and his people to greater endeavors All in all it was very grati fying to see such a Catholic celebration of Labor day LNotthe occasion was a bowling contest open to all Five elegant prizes were awarded successful contestants as follows John Barry of the Kentucky Irish Amer ican first prize Albert Diebold 2805 West Market street second Philip Hil debrand 1801 Fisher street third Frank P Burke fourth William Loch ner fifth The 5 gold piece for the handsomest boy baby under three years was awarded Benny Lenhart Viola Roxbury won the girl baby prize The silver watch for the boy between three and fifteen years went to George Ditzler The prizes to holders of tickets were awarded as follows No 3230 won the 25 in gold No 6051 won 100 bushels of i No 4085 twentyfire pounds coatIIr No 8013 fifteen yards of No 5801 barrel of flour No 3063 100 pounds No 1298 diampnd sing silkII No 6762 cuslotll made No 0156 set of tool and No 9950 elegant umbrella Tha various labor unions of the city celebrated Labor Xjay with a joint picnic at Fontaine Ferry Park It has been estimated that more than 12000 persons were in attendance and that at least half that number heard the address delivered by the Hon A 0 Stanley Congressman from the Second district of Kentucky The Employers Association not to be outdone by employes celebrated Labor day by giving a picnic and oHfish ioned dinner at RivervfcW Park RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Frank Suttimer took place from the residence of his brother inlaw David B OConnell 1025 Wash ington street at 830 oclock Tuesday morning and from the Church of the Blessed Sacrament half an hour later The deceased had been ill several months and suffered from acute dementia H was one of the most prosperous farmers in Henry country and was highly es teemedby all who knew him His wife Mrs Kate Buttimer survives him She has been the recipient of many messages of condolence since her husband succumbed The fuueral of Miss Mamie Grauel who died at the family residence 1158 Twentyfirst street on Friday morning took placefrom St Anthonys church at 2 oclock on Sunday afternoon The de ceased was twentyfour years old and was the daughter of George Grauel Sr She was an nrdint worker in German Catholic church societies apd her death is regretted by a large circle of friends Louise Josephine the infant daughter of Mr and Mrs W H Senn died at the family residence 316 Twentyfirst street on Saturday afternoon The funeral took place from St Anthonys church at 4 oclock on Sunday afternoon Despite the fact that the baby was only five months old the attendance at the funeral was unusually large HOME PROM EUROPE i i Gerald J OConnor who until a few years ago was chief night observer at the local office of the Weather Bureau but now in the signal service at St Louis spent several days in Louisville this week From here he went to Bloomfield to join his wife who was visiting her parents there Mr OConnor has spent the past two months in Europe and the greater part of that time was occupied on the southern part of the continent He climbed Vesuvius while that volcano was threatening eruption and made a careful study of the meteorological conditions prevailing there Mr and Mrs OConnor expect to return to St Louis today ALL GOOD MEN Messrs John McAteer H D Bernard and Louis E Stein have been reelected Equalizationforperienced in the duties required of them and in fact the Board of Alderman did itself proud in waking the selections No other names were considered POPULAR CANDIDATeI James B Doherty has announced his candidacy for the Democratic nomina tion for City Judge of Jeflersonvllle He will doubtless make a winning race as he is deservedly popular with all classes Mr Doherty did not announce his candidacy until Patrick C Donovan withdrew from the race CHAS BE FEES CLUB The Chas de Fees Club an organize WestEndSchreibers Hall Twenty sixth and Bank streets on the evening of Wednesday J September 80 This will be their fleet dance of thejwasou aad it proinisaa to be airtJJ 0 t iGIBTF DIRECTORY jl A C Ht 1 DIVISION i Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month President James Barry Vice PresidentTimothy J Sullivan Recording SecretaryThomas Kee non Jn FInancial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank meet- Treasurer Thomas F Walsh DIVISION 2 Meets FridayEvenings President Con J FordIVice PresidentJohn J Sullivan Recording SecretaryJoe Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Kenney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Kelran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings ofEach Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice President Patrick J Welch Recording Secretaryjohn Morris Financial SecretaryPat King 1846 TreasurerD J Coleman BegleYJSergeantatArmsJohn iley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy LynchRecording Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn bib West Chestnn- tAssistantDave Reilly Treasurer William J Connelly DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall KiuneyPresidentVice PresidentMichael Breen JrFinancialTreasurerLouis Constantine MarshalPeter Madden Doorkeeper Owen McCann Bar Carrier=kawttPce Ford Y Aft IeoMACKlN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentWilliam KcrbtWti First Vice Present W fchaugllnessy Second Vice Pisidebtfil Sands Recording Secretary Frank Morgan LautzCorrespondingLanabanTreasuretJoseph KenneyXnsStewart Outside Sentinel Patrick Miillarkey 1 SATOLLI COUNCIL 193 Meets Every Monday Evening at Club Rooms Wells Building 636 4th Ave CrottyFirst JOConnorSecond Vice President J J Kava nigh Financial Secretary Will P McDon ogh 1212 Sixth Street Recording SecretaryJos Lenlban FaheyTreasurer ZorneKellyOutsidel rfIfR M INDRIOT 8SONS j IWIUUH MRNUFACTIIRERS I Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST JJ60NNOR BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR DEALER IN LUMBER SASH DOORS BLINDS LATHS SHINGLES AND ALL KINDS OF LUMBER 21252127 Twentysixth StreetI nosr PnoNra natl- e MIGHTS OF COLUMBUSI I Late News That Will InterestI Members Here and Elsewhere A State bowling league has been organized by the Knights in Rhode Island A council will be instituted at St Genevieve Mo the oldest town on the Mississippi river on October 1 Memphis Council 616 has set October IS as the date for its next initiation and I already considerable interest is shown iin the affair National Organizer Mee expects large results in Missouri during September and JetfersoaL into the order Aa initiation of sixty candidates took dayTher the ceremonies there wens a banquet iin the armory where covers were laid for 600L mlllloadol1arshave i bytheTIOrdera NeOrleansAnthonyMStLouisSee us for your tob priU x stiestL work sad reasonable pric h V f tt R t rt IIPARCEL PARTY Ladles by Mem Auxiliary The Ladies Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians held its regular meeting Wednesday night with Miss Mary Sheridan presiding Mrs M J Hickey occupied the Vice Presidents chair in the absence of Miss Lizzie King An entertaining feature of the evening was an instrumental solo by Miss Angela Hensley who was compelled to respond to severalencores The various committees reported that all arrangements had been completed for the parcel party to be given by the aux iliary on tie evening of September 20 Members of the local divisions of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and of the divisions of the order in Jeflersonvllle and New Albany are invited to attend this parcel party POSTPONED Is Drawing and Concert of Central Committee of Catholic Knights The Central Committee of the Catho lic Knights of America met with St Cecilias branch of the order on Thurs day night President Kerberg of St Cecilias branch dispatched the business as rapidly as possible and then resigned the chair to Newton G Rogers Presi dent of the committee John Schalda of the Entertainment Committee stated what his committee had done in the past and what it proposed for the future Joseph Po McGinn William Norton Jacob Gobey Thomas Feeley and Michael Reichert made short addresses for the good of the order Chairman Veeneman of the Organize tion Committee announced that Branch 45 had elected delegates and was again affiliated with the central body The re ports from the various branches were encouraging and showed that several new members had been added during tthr paitmontlii 1 Col Reichirt told what bad been done itt the recent convention of the Uniform Rank He predicted that ere long Louis villa would have a large and well equipped company The Entertainment Committee reported that the concert and drawing had been postponed until Octo ber 13 WASHER DREIFUS Xnjamln S Washer city editor of the Louisville Herald and Miss Amy Drei fus were united in marriage at the Standard Club on Wednesday night Mr Washer is one of the most popular news paper men in Louisville aud his bride is the accomplished daughter of Simon A Dreifus Both have been prominent in Hebrew society Me and Mrs Washer have gone East on a bridal tour Upon their return they will make their home with the brides father on Cherokee boulevard CAPABLE CONTRACTOR J W Connor carpenter and con tractor at Twentysixth and Maple streets has several large contracts on hand at present In addition to the con tract for the Louisville and Southern Indiana Traction Company he is en gaged on the construction of the new breweryln the West End Mr Connor is successful because be gives every tie tail his personal supervision If you want a home substantially built call on games W Connor COMING PAST IJobn Martel formerly of New Albany now of St Louis was a welcome visitor nt the office of the Kentucky Irish Amer icon this week Mr Martel was for years a member of Unity Council of New Albany and was one of the efficient members of the composing room force of the the Kentucky Irish American He removed to St Louis last spring and has now embarked in business there as the proprietor of the Martel restaurant and cafe His friends in Louisville and New Albany are proud of his success COMING HOME The Right Rev Edmund Obrecbt abbot of Gethsemane will be back in Kentucky during the present month In a recent letter to Michael F Herrmann French Consul in Louisville Father Obrecht announced his intention of sail- Ingl for America on Septemper 10 The abbothas been abroad more than a year and spent the greater part of the time visiting Trappist monasteries in South Africa BACK AT HIS DESKIMayor Charles F Grainger returned to his desk Tuesday after a months vacation spent in the East During his stay he gained ten pounds and is now in I good shape to conduct the affairs of the city Since his return he has received c hundreds of visitors who called to pay their respects KNIGHTS AND LADIES i Miss Mary Sheridan Supreme Teas urer of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America says that there is unusual I activity among the branches In an effort to secure new members As a partial tee sult at the next meeting of St Patricks 1 branch eight candidates for initiation will be presentedII John B Amshoff formerly the local representative fns a soap manufactory opened a cafe at J409 West Market street on Monday ve l1gJlUIQ and splendid luncheon helped to paw the eveningl pleasantlyL when apples have to ISevered but served whole it is advisable to tiers be 1 thenIeeeliable rJ i FRflNK FEflR BREW Brewer and BottlersKY 111 liPABST BEER I ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hops never permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TE EPHONE 15380 Louisville Branch Fourteenth and Jefferson Sts DRINK Hofbrau Pilseneri Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BRE2VING CQttrPANYINO- ORPORATEDTELEPHONE 4B2 LOITItaVILLinn- umb Phone Main 1913 Home Phone 1- p3WIEDEMANN 1nn BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Boctled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser ManagersLoulsvllle Ky 4 ASK FOR DIERSENSCELEBRATED Telephone 1137 ONE OF TH fINESTlBEERS3 JOHN K OERTELBU1C- HERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN E PRANK 1 WALTERS Clay=Street Brewer 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2090 LOUISVILLE KY CB THOMPSONRO- SEBUDS F ORISTA SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jcflirson St Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attentitmand xatifaction guaranteed I Closing out a great line of mens and I boys hats at reduced prices to make room for fell and winter stock CHRIS J HBRIN GEQ W HOLLAND HERIN HUhbANU HARNESS MAKERS Harness Made and Repaired Home Phone 1530 Cumb Phone i00Eartt 1933 BAXTER AVENUE BETWEEN HIGH LAND AND TRANSIT mm iILAMMERS DEALER IN Groceries Feed limi Cement and Coal CAFE and LUNCH 918 Cwlliweod sari WIMir AVIRYHYS- 1northofeatraacatoSt Louts CIMeterII MOMS PHONE 1619 MANHATTA RESTAURANTA- ND LUNCH COUNTE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 304 WJeffersenStrOTTO jllomt1 j EEEEMANN BRO I IUlORmR8 FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in finest Brands of Ken tacky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSO BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Strtei WINES LIQUORS CI VALS SALODIS VAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch 9toJ2 VV QREEN i 00TOat Pioneer BoIifHFOR HrLFO- RSTRAIGHT r 11- Ir WHIS IQ JUQ Ar PQO J po IJ WEST 1MAIWAY V liar 1 O lt d t 1r ifi JJ 2f IJ u tJtFntA Jg IfirTat ii Ifii jkjH j + AGdiJlY ix Y 4 X t Y w NYR rdf Y4R 1 r M n r I r x N 9 a r t 1 rANuliIGJ sTdR EM SBCfAL SALE No 306 BOYS SCMQOk- KNE t PATS SUITS On sale one wee c enrling bfext FridayyjV fclvui i 4 I 2c THE BIG STORE MILTON Mr MAIJBl STONE ctt t r AA h 424 to 434 Market Fourth St and WestII tta L tr j p t IAJNJtS+ 0 E 9N LiSEIi JQE ieJ iJ i j f r ihd ft Areey Know Pianoswhat they are mhde of hbytba made a Piano at a certain Jri ean4 on- f ertal i- C i r f term wefiproduce the Piand and makfethiiHe s sav IYo I mOnfro1 ejf O Svrbng If you have a PianO that is forever eU ngtqu of X tuxg sow us the Plano and wp will toll yo whaUth E trbubW lf youliMVO ail oMsquare or an old utigtttand want to exchangeit for a new Piano callus up by phone or writ any ur parto the work Is done L tl If 1It Lri 11 1 LJltJ d MONTENEQRaRIEHjVl MUSIC flylillCO I f L 2JIItJ J Ofl8OI3O OIJ 1 i NUE n A f t j lLLLLLJLL 1 HoePInl a3z t 3 r1 1iii lI1II 11t t 11 f j I aHLYOFF1 Iaalwaystlt4nl5T tII my coflees IIIIt delivered rSlr t mety roaetcrto h JrGUUSr QRytjIUhe poet 1 AJtF1rehtJrrouled 7 Ibs Ffntf Rio TS100 1611006lbs1 1 4 Ibs Honduras i ij 100 3 lbs Mocha and Javayr1t9otPH- ONE ME ATRIALORDER MTJLLOY COFFEE f i rcf I f H fHs r r1Itli I I IH IIH I n I I I I nt 111 11i t I fir Th6 6hasa ttRo06rSJ Book 60T TPIT JJi S TO SUIT EVERY TASTE IGi ens a callanddniipecl our jlne gfggoIp Theyjare the finest of their kind in the city 1BO SI SIJ t l t SF aYfRY p8cRIPp0VFi i i X34 WJeffersolnl scree1Jr ttHit I nFrHI1Iql1r I HJ1J+1f r S1RAi0flT1CREEK GOAt t tt- p i CII PIH d tPi4j rrwJt ti J t Tis d lh tttl SI Ll I h t tH9j incorporated 1i 1AY- ards r YLwt 9thi ilt J1 1 lifupRy JlttrMinll1J agnpUa- Isfand P StsFrankrort Ave and L N RRt po 4 r1fft tD P19Ms 1Q t 1 JJHFulI + I r 4HHt4Lt 34 I Hlr I lIi4J Ill= gliB+H ttlHIH 1JN10NfCE CREAMOOa ii iir1 1 i r IMii etfJ l tI 7 ti l1l 1sffif per tJ60q 0eacPJ1 UJ t awttbelry Chocolatef76yi I 1 1t SdcklCIhfPj 1ila 4fipergal tRn hAn1bf1 rr5sn1 U q 60c G t UIISrfert S if3 c l Ia3Specialtyn I I l i1 fR 11 tU t 627 tj33EOHT STREET r l Sj dil attention tostltI Eiugordera 1 Home phone 2144 Cutflb malh389 s tl1111 kTTT I T a 1JOHN KELLY HA IRIS tr i 1 f On JYour1Wa r To nd fro are 1 i J WlsSLi oiai- y 6 6ba I s E 4Tt CAW Qll afsii1 Maf nd CliifiKen edf Home PIip OJ ALL O it3RS PROhIPTLYATIENDEDTO- y a b titll J e o A a u 1 ri l l omtI t y t t13- o P111U fEdrt fslat1ott Of tk Jj mt sslnittriml1tet1tVr tYptwrher t Swpplies IItlbHMf ttt4hH 1 vr fat illrfridlhlNttn21tAn i8Car stpAA ROASTER IBIRIrB001IHH9vA I ottPPtr Box r IphipasfI reent ut tt- awM tKi- d n t tt5T tn it IIN rt9wv Iiif R 0L1s plrT DIA JI I I btjfn mnl Dt1A J o Cl849W1J8IWfUr tt4MiWl bra fWiIlU3I1rt d JTlI11 alto 1 aw in Oft RQrdt1MQK1ljftpk1 e w H I n H trfC11 cI- A a u Ja I jkJAkX1 I I II M I t I MJ i 1V IJUl Y NEW LOfflSilt OCKEY CbllB J Autumn Nineteen Days Racing Beginnig Saturday Sept 16 and Ending Saturday Oct 7 SIX HIGH OLABB O AOEB EACH yJSaturday Sept 16 Louisville Handicatj Tuesday Sept 10 Seelbach Hotel Handicap Thursday Sept 21 Louisville Hotel Handicap Saturday Sept 23 Gait House Handicap I L HIBERNJANS What TbWynJtdtcn Doing the Past Week General I II i oNeVsiNotesMt flH 1I- to ttrnrnr 1tIit McriI Divlaionillwll sce27susdsgtnight an it Is hoped every member will be preg antrj The ladles AuTlltaryipf Dilpneapoll iduringr r9 l 11 ergetiyoung lain of Division 1 of Camden ilI1 Division 7 of Syracuse held its arinttai1 picnic recently A bowling contestand a baseball game were features of interest The first annual field day of the drderi lit Bristol county RII was held Saturday and was a pronounced success Seven new divisions lidye beeti big hi Ized InItety yer eythisyedr making totallof eighty six divisioni and an ag gfegate riiembershlp of 660ff it is to tIse distinctly uh4erstbod that the tiemters of the LodiesAu diary are to bring alt their gentlemen friendl tbthe forthcomIng parcell party All members having books of tfctets fat the recent celebration at Fontaine Terry Park ate requested to makeietlirns to the secretaries bftheir respective diri sloes aaspeedily as possible Between 700 and 800 wen took partltr the Hibernian parddeiat Cumberland old on the day of the recent picnic Nearly every Catholic priest in AlleV gbany county a4tcAtiefllthr1outinganj d witnessed the athletic contests The Hibernian Knights Providence iR I will celebrate theft sixtb aunt versary tomorrow A parade through the principal streets and a steamer excursion toNewport will be theiprincipa features of the day a programme Division wlltttieet Wednesday night 3slnessof importance ft to be trans acted and a full ittendance is desired The Limerick division is contemplating a series jf enter tiJinmenti orsociatsc9- dons for the fall dud winter months r Messrs Joe Dougherty John1 J Crbne- and WiHiAI11AhJIIJ9tPSlil1phj1ve been areceptioq pf thq ordeF finVebalf pf Divif sipn 1 qrj Tuesday September 55 are rapidly perfectl ng arrangements The have Bj bigsnrprisefa stoic l IThe Hibernian I3bat Clnb of Newport R It which WB recently defeated by iis crew frotn the battleship Kearsarge ha issued a5iew challenge to the sailors The member of the club are also arrange ing io issue ai challenge tOjtheBritish squadron henibarrives By that time they hope to have a new boat built All members are training hard and are id excellent cdaatltbdIr I THEATRIC4I4 l 0 i Tler matchless Cherry Blossohis will- be the icttonatihcJBnckfnghary Theater neifweet In addition tdth j opening and closiiig burlesques a iaplehj did olio1 of tent big vawdeVtlle icfe Wilt till out thbin TherewiWbea nlatinetj each 1ayawttsdal1l r Ar9ivaof daJBeids 11becf eA lei will be theottractlon at theljl1asgpf Theater nxt week Theitle role wit 1 be entrusted to Joe Welch a favorite star who creiteaitUet jiiftJseveral ago He will be supported bye compe tent company ilatihees willbeglven Tuesdays Thnrsdar and Saturdky- TimATurpby Pnfljof the leadiugcome dlans on the stage will present two of his greatest jwcccsses iat MacnnleyX Theater nextiweeki JJuringiibcj Drat half IhSfWeekcMri Htphy wiU present Aj Corner in Cofeet Owea Divia 1I1UJ1aUatioQqttJu RcvfI Pyrns Towns lltteriboltrevival SPvDaVJd Glrdck Miss a1lngtol 1 1 uJPCft1 ttestre 1cinaZheatertt- iexcetlelf list r1jookinRs t- c The tHe- ter lips been renovated agd t redecorafedf schemelsalongr house pctW8 agieltrQgtJMesagJ l appear ance as any theater in the Mississippi valley During the seaaogtkkscalof price which iiad the Hopkirit popular Jlast peafiaill prevail heserali1g troth teaceUtfl 4o seventy + fiVe KentB witb the twfctttyiflve cents bargalnmathieesevery- vreekdaW tor tBC fope iBgiweek the Mf J illfaCtfbn will be The Gibbe bf Deathll This is a seasatlotfla sntS vine Alongsl fJ Th1s device the- Irlooptheloop 8D naiadgaiticaacei- 1VjAarAStarlgt tl eA1 itPonslbie lor t lel4YRjyItlia yeiJb1j bafptajs ng- uptlEndtltaputM ppsff th PPkinqj5- Aequredul an alPlJ JPl cPC Y1 pBd- YYAe 1E e f rdf19fi loSt54 FlIs keSl for impersonationsmlrpleyaaad ffipliry are a new pair before local anuience elPjr DMia n90Ibe- rrants Jlmirr t lJl lt l1her Arabiaq ttsff Mias Francis is a beautiful woman and JPr 1 1111 1 I Ii i 1A y r rPICNlr IIII t r le i rintt tot FOR I l I i S IALL It I IIENrYrit 1d p- sahW tit11 I LARGEi 1i11rtrar tIt ift ulj BOYS J 1 ea r IllIII t J IN lQf 1250 fJ- dr 11 AND 15i IIrfc 11hiiFOR 9In I j5ayt1rrr- II STORE ctQSES 1 tSiiTIRDAXI roo f NIGHT ttvysj THIRD AND MARKET i d gAt NOj ARGAiNSJ Notb n i1ke them in the my 7 Come in afad let risLi playt f6r yjMsi fitry ittyou eere gfac thaIlHr Lookoverc our make apd nprlcasllourwfCalsdfindt lit1f pf7cluflgffltfjfroIjtofli sewing 11J J q Ij I I n J M sMII cCARTJIY J SJBEEdI r J 101ve OIl I g cdc U l lltUipnpare i r wem for life r ii S jJ VIE tSCQIi pE- 1t2 YBroadwoyrLotf wtl e KY iScienUfiCatidAinlJConratarrrepdrato cai- De ApedOyrnnaslmxeTz she and herpar of anletrNl iI Arabfa rlQf ve fifirIliltthro hint hlJrtl 1 e edardepiJ s onef1b i m fflrtta that the 6CaI ttct t1 l tt ltJm I Mr and Mrs Gene Hughes will ht 1 1Ib ft r e Eu nfifi It 1ant r y VWi T 0W o i tutP cb9k9kiil ctell JJYlnCoie FrafiieiibVwe 111 UnownlaVJJTy Girl anotheraQttfqptr9 rl bq H 8t 1fo thckrstthn lTh Uep3ctnsmWl this eas tsqtt nibv dJg Ittctpe dtatChilie itiitlleall e dl Jo be thegteateetnoveltJthe animate pTetnife line that has yet been devised ColofMJ I idriitwill lie rjtr f 1f Ur- blkiill ri tee1 1STh Hdv hidtdU Aito mobile Trip iila furnish the star film qrtand ibrJnb tli1h JlPUlt4Kn Jdtmases and thrillingl 8cenIfl WERST ORIFF1N w1 waist jn d Wit1ia Grfnn have assbdkted iuthe j umbitlg aha efectrlcal businesiUhderithe ffirnliianitf tof Werst Si Gtlffin afad tiivV ojbeneiatlOfficetfrid display roolnslat234 West Jefferton streets Bothatc jiratticalcmechanicaMnd liaveren hand arrelaborate stockof nptcf date gas and electricallfirturesi Readers of the Kentucky Irish American who ate coptenplaUugectlp hir pwn hptnes still imakft non nistajs in ocgnsuHng Werirt drilii befors awarding cpnr Jxacks a AirWerat wda dPrUl lyrlrdent and manager of the JIV3 Werst lgPrbjAHc44tlpn4Prrappsitiaq J e held fpltt YslvetYgl3res M the aemetmqAfrr ldegt4hfiPsfRFhLt 1 1LJ I ORANDEUCHRE 11 utt nJHtwTif r citAtftaeri 4 Iolu11Jnl sF4tMruftyng arrftBBf5ment t t91gv4 a euchre etOetrsderJa HalljTweaJy ifihih adif MagasisteeEAytsuithtkfteihoolf- and r eve ngof1F ladstS temH I I I 2lottraX4nP8t RT sie t pgtG4 hey Catherines convent and aCademyu nt pgfeJdx is som pdaee wn aiiHf ktAiq hsN at2JO and 8 orcl Chain t H Meetingi I i iR ANDS 11 Record of the host fmp6rtanioff i the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges r vv iiuFThe Cutet estate sltqated convenient Vo Cast elelnd Bounty Kerry has been sold to the tenants fJjThe Murrpe bath which Mao opeiied by the Archbishop of Cashel proved most gratifying in its results Derry has again been the aceqe pi Orange riots arising ouE Of thecelebra tionofthe relief of the city ia 1689 mesl1rl tow Lyons onofVTB LyonsOldparkaud Brook Hill County Antrim committed tuicide byltaking carbolic poison Robert Barrett A young qudrrjtrian who was married some two months ago was accidentally killed in a blasting ex plosion in theMilverton quarry at Sker ties While Returning from tie recent Newcastle feis a number of Gaelic LeagUers were wantonly and savagely attacked by Orangemen nearlalfywardIn County Down S ii r r v A boy named William Folfcyj living at Knockmonlea while ding restive Horse i hear Killeagb County Cork was thrown off and received severeinjurJw to his head i The Loa ford Urban Council has adopted lft resolutfoq asking the Localse l Government Board 6 sanCtibna scliemc for the Improyenierif of the water supplyl of the townIJames Morell and Jpitice Qlbsohl Ta ttoqnl iidncatlon ComtnlssioriersreBigned Some time ago Their placeshave been- filled by be appointment JusiJCe Rosa and It tcthrcdBagv ll PIi1 I Si Martin Broderlck a member of the Thurles District Council baa been ar rested t ni the charge pt paying t fireto his own hpusr at Borrosoleich and At tetupting to defraud au insurance rout pang 1 An old curiosity shop in Perry Quay street Detry occupied byan old woman darned Sample collapsed without warning Theagedoccnpantwasfortunatelyr- escued by Sergeant Qhertywho n6llced that the house was going to lalh1 The Muilingar NaMouaTfeathers As sedation has adopted a redoTlibnassert ing the right of teachers to attendany gathering of a nonpolitical character schoolwf t subjectll f i opeUEhriBishop sarok In vaini in the mQJYJpf modern- rme ipr a sdcja revolution as RW as the Gaelic teajgueliaQ accomplished Iip Irelands ano attributed jlieBuccssip the lleague to the fact tnatit appealed to the Bouls of the Irish peoplej i At a meeting heldln Balliflrbbe Btis fictiori Was ekpressea at tue Jftmlcablei titiainotice of evtCtlH rind wbblias iiovr obi talnwl a n wlleash for ltK years After tttfc meeting Fahey iiterfAinfed 8 large number of friends iticluding the1 laudl lordiIlLH pmn iUfn The Marquis of Sligo replying to al memorial from 11tenlutslsttes that while he is willing tdusell them Jor pav1 nblpossibilityj ni sale being Available 80obij nd thinks- thatthee meeting proposed fort thedie cussionbf terms oflpurphiue would serve mo useful purposerat present 1 JustlceTbDinas HfggitfS paid A visit lb the political prIsoueta fa fetolway Jan audi found the mhaorityofj f them yin perfects health tin the rnihute of Itlslvisitl he says the case of two of the prisoners calls for the immediate bttefattori of Ihtf niedl cal officers and also eirpressss the 6pinl6n that political prisoner ahottldnot be compelled to take exercise with ordinary criminals W OHlil j1If- A shocking shooting affair is reported at a place called Cdherfenjckt inI the Doonbeg districts trwtt men named Clnneand Boland1 farmefs abd brothers inlaw spenttheday isir Kilrusht and upon their return toBdlati0r Womethet efagagftdii a heated afgnmenti Bblattdl seized his gull whiwent off irl the scuffle thaffollowedi tiletsllot lodging dunes Jb1tr Tffie Lgure tman Mas1 removedUlloeh sRIloipm at Kil rush where his cqnjljtiqn caused the greatest anvety Band aumrapned medical ktppdreporte1thei aflojrto the police whoittp9k mjirjjq custqdy B MUCH IMPROVED r In g l 1IilJITheiUghtJRetiJobn LaneaetnrSpaldi ing Bishop of PeoriejliArmakiagfaver able pro reeafToyc rjslnce he came to hiss ohs iyhome The st r tIsIttjPW B9Bi tMS rv WliB1 I gym r l iflrAMff BjliMOMS1 t I e4rukchig p 5 I ltWPLJlttl t WtflJ e l1 i r11 t finnd 9 J oyPIPTPJoic f J11j8 so that he expestpht igggtI 6 able to return to his diocese I o 0 1 0- n rivLIE4 i B gi 1 rN ta1JJ+ I k FlJ FtNiTURH ry But ythl doht have to hunt llJi1r1v w f rfactorieslf r made arent located on fine streets r anQhthere wherethe best of thefn buy U thats vhere I buy mine and I paynhz I more thanothersroften less on account of quantity urcliased rheqUfere 1 CrlM1- ir 11 keelmy5tock iIJlPUOd st nelgJl f bdrltXi l vhere ants ate Cliba and rother teulioinles possibl uid theieJii ss1 in Itii 4 ie1 51 instigate 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