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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 2JTTi v KENTUCKYIRISH AMERICAN 1 VOLUME XVNO 11 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 16 1905 PRICE FIVE CENTS 4 IRELIGIOUS As Well as Social Spirit Pervaded Macktna Annivers ary Celebration io Received Holy Communion and Attended Mass and Solemn A Vespers IBrief But Interesting Addresses Delivered by Those Inter 4eeted In tile Work SOCIAL FEATURES MONDAY EVENING I The members of Mackin Council showed the faith that was in them last Sunday when in celebration of the twelfth anniversary of the establishment of the council they atteuded mass at St Cecilias church at 730 oclock received holy communion and during the after noon attended solemn vespers at St Anthonys church It was an edifying sight to see so many men honoring their Creator in such a religious manner They did not attend mass or vespers in a nor did they approach the holy 9table ns a body but as individuals Nevertheless all knew who and what they were and many who never paid any attention to the Y M I before stopped These young men have theq to say proper religious spirit It is such an organization that I want my sons to joinAfter vespers the members and their friends met at Mackin club house The choirs of St Anthonys and St Cecilias churches were present as invited guestsII a Samuel L Robertson who had beenII chosen to preside over the meeting j rapped for order at 4 oclock and opened the affair by expressing satisfaction with said it wasCthe splendid attendance He an assemblage appropriate to the celebration of Mackins birthday He then in troduced William Kerberg the present I President of Mackin who extended to welcome and predicted att all a hearty I bright future for the Y M III theIPast President George J Lautz was next speaker Mr Lautz said it was a so many members of J pleasure to greet i the order and extended thanks to all who had assisted the council and tbeI various committees in making the cele bration a success He reviewed the work 1 of his colleagues a work crowned byfj the possession of the elegant house tbeyj lL now occupy and in which he hoped Mackins members would celebrate many I lversariestt more an Dan W Cuniff another Past President followed He said he was proud toC participate in the celebn ion of Mackin a council that has passed though herI day of darkness Nothing he Ide pleased him more than the steady whole some growth and the beautiful clubhouse a building erected by hard and I faithful work The speaker paid a high tribute to the ability and zeal of the earnest workers of former years and In conclusion he said he hoped that the children of Mackins present members would succeed them in carrying on the I good work Frank A Murphy another Past Presi dent who was to have made an address was unavoidably absent When the Chairman announced that James J Shel ley Mackins first President would becc the next speaker the enthusiasm knew no bounds Mr Shelley kept his hearers convulsed with laughter for a few mo I meats and then as suddenly sobered them by turning from the ridiculous to I the sublime as he drew graceful word pictures of the scenes in a Catholic church when members of the Y M I attended holy communion It was a masterly effort and merited the hearty applause it received Past President Vincent B Smith spoke of the motto of the order For GodII and Country He made a graceful and interesting talk and referred feelingly toI the recognition of Mackin Council by President Roosevelt Mr Smith told of J what the few members thought of andII labored for twelve years a oand also expressed their surprise over what was t before them today as the result of their own labors Eugene B Cooney President of Trio sty Council was introduced and con gratulated Mackins members on their wonderful showing President Hinke i bean of Unity Council invited all present io visit his council in New Albany Her said be was delighted with his reception David OConnell a visitor from Trinity I Council was called upon for remarks In one of his usual happy efforts he ulogized the Y M I and said thatI Almighty God was with the order Tho speaker praised Mackins work and workers He paid a high tribute to Charles Raidya member of Mackin and Chairman the Joint Committee In conclusion he presented Mr Raidy with a beautiful charm emblematic of 0theorder Then grasping Mr Raidy byI the hand Mr OConnell said United we stand divided we fall This was a fitting climax to the days celebration and the cheering was loud and pro filonged Mr Raldy was so overcome by surprise and emotion that he could not iiwl words to express himself FtGraadPndentaDtH B Kelly made a brief congratulatory address Grand Vice President Albert PMartiu U kU btkt talk avid he httl all prMcat of would live to see the celebration of Ui silver jubilee of Mackin Council thirtee- years hence William M HIggins edito- of the Kentucky Irish American was called upon but contented himself by stating that be would try to do his part by giving a narrative of the celebration in the forthcoming edition of the Kentucky Irish American Instead of speech be invited all down stairs seconded by Chairman Robertson where refreshments were ready to be served iin abundance The members and their friends accordingly went below andl helped themselves to the good thingsI providedOn evening the council gave its social celebration in the shape of a euchre and dance Only members of Mackin Council and their lady friends were invited A large reception com mittee was on hand to see that all guests received prompt attention The club house was handsomely decoratedand brilliantly illuminated for the occasion A Rood band furnished the music for the dancers on the second floor In the lower hall the tables were arranged fur euchre The festivities began at 8 oclock and continued until nearly midnight About 250 couples passed the evening pleasantly Ice cream find other light refreshments were served with lavish hand Thus ended the splendid celebra tion of Mackins twelfth anniversary The prize winners at the euchre were Mesdames Louis Borntraeger M J Car roll and Prank Smith and Misses Theresa Haas and Ida Raiiy and Dr Frank Meder John E Carr August Hertz and Nicholas Gathoff DAVIESS COUNTY Catholics fire as Earnest and Active as of Long AAo The Rev Father Spalding pastor of the Catholic church at Knottsville held the annual reunion of his Sundayschool in the library hall near the church on Sunday Eight teachers and 250 pupils were present The standing of the vari ous classes was read and premiums were awarded the deserving pupils The Rev Father McGuire Oweusboro delivered a suitable oration St Josephs Female Academy opened the scholastic year with eighty young lady boarders This promises to be the banner year of this popular institution The Young Ladies Sodality of St Josephs church in Qwensboro gave anI ice cream social last Wednesday which netted 230IThe forty hours devotion opened at St Pauls church last Sunday The large and handsome edifice was filled to overflowing with the devout members of the coiJKcgation The Rev Edwin FltzI gerald was the celebrant of the massI the Rev Father George M Connor deacon and the Rev Father Thomas F Mc Guire was subdeacon At the gospel Father McGuire preached an eloquent and masterful sermon appropriate to tbeII occasion St Frances Academy opened with 250 day pupils It deservedly receives the generous patronage of the people ofI Owensboro I GERMAN CATHOLICS Royally Celebrated Fiftieth Anniversary of Their Central Vereln The German Catholic Central Vereln closed its deliberations and fiftieth anniversary celebration in Cincinnati on Thursday after electing the following officers President Oelkers of Newark N Jq reelected First Vice President Jacob Esser Jr Madison Wis Second Vice President Henry Doerger Cincin nati Corresponding Secretary Paul Kentz Winona Minn Financial Secre tary Peter J Vourscheidt Peoria Treasurer William Rauen Chicago After a lively debate it was decided to make the insurance feature a separate department from the verein proper The celebration was attended by thousands of German Catholics from all over the United States It began with celebra tion of Pontifical mass at Holy Trinity church on Sunday morning HisGrace Monsignor Dlomede Falconio was cele ArchbishopMoeller the many noted clergymen in the sane tuary were Archbishop Messmer of Mil waukee Bishops Horstman of Cleveland McFaul of Trenton Maes of Cov ingtoa and Elser of Marquette The sermon was preached by the Rev Father Chrysostum Theobald O F M In the afternoons grand street parade was held and between 15000 and 16000 men were inline At night the members of the verein crowded into every available space in Cincinnatis historic music hall Henry Doerger Chairman of the Festival Com mittee Introduced Archbishop Moeller as Chairman of the evening Archbishop Falconio Gov Herrick of Ohio Bishop McFaul and others made appropriate addresses The business sessions began on Monday and concluded on Thursday RETURN TO DUTIES The Rev Brother Pancratius formerly Stephen Bryan and the Rev Brother Ambrose formerly John Price who have been visiting their parents in New Haven hayeretHrasd to Baltimore where both are iintruders fIn St Marys Indus trial School They have bee members of the Xavtrias Brothers wary 1w 11 j U- J Y ATHLETESr Of Ireland Are Beyond a Doubt the Best In the Whole LWorld John Flanagan a New Yor Policeman Makes Two New Records England Can Not Get a TeamI to Cope With Irish or Scotch HEALTHY SONS FROM HEALTHY SOIL The dispatches from Newport R I on Tuesday announced that on the pre vious day John Flanagan of New York had made two new worlds records in athletic contests In the sixteenpound hammer event Flanagan threw the weight 175 feet the present record being 172 feet eleven inches which Flanagan made at Long Island City on July 31 1004 Flanagan threw the fittysix pound weight fortytwo feet the record being forty feet two inches also made by him at Long Island City July 17 1904 This is only another evidence that Irish athletes are the greatest in the world England is not able to get a team to meet either Ireland or Scotland in an athletic meet Patrick Davin of CarrickonSuir Ire land was one of a team of Irish athletes who visited America in September 1888 He was then after a fiveyears retire ment with the exception that in July previous he turned out and won the Irish allround championship He attempted to get a match on with the best all round men in America He failed None would accept his challenge A townsfellow of Davin Thomas Kiely won the allround championship of the world at St Louis July 4 1004 Michael F Sweeney holds the worlds record for high jump six feet five and fiveeighths inches Peter OConnor worlds broad jump record twentyfour feet eleven and threefourths inches Daniel Shanahan holds the worlds I record for two hops and jump fifty feetJJ and onehalf inch Flanagan holds the worlds record for hammer He holdsII also about half a dozen other records made in slinging the fiftysix pounds in various styles last year James Mitchell also holds many fiftysixpound recordsii T P Conneff holds the worlds record for threequarter mile one mile and one mile and a half runs Arthur Duffy worlds record for 100 yards John JoyceII Americas champion has won the ten 1 mile flat championship of America three j years in succession and John Daly Irish t champion ran away with several cbamt pionships last fall both flat steeplechases and cross country Maurice Davin of CarrickonSuir father of the Gaelic Athletic Association holds the worlds record for throwing the sixteen pound hammer with one hand wooden handle 131 feet six inches Thomas Phelan of Mulliuabone holds worlds record for slinging fiftysix pounds be tween legs with follow distance thirty two feet five incbesCC To crown all the efforts of the Celt Martin Sheridan a native of Mayo wonI the worlds allround championship recently f held at Brookline MASS scoring 6800 points breaking all previous f records by close on 600 points Sheritt dan is practically a novice In a year or two he may pnt up the allround 1 record close to 8000 points Those are only a few of Irelands records England has had the ear of the world too long She has been and is Irelands tyrantC Ireland is not poor her soil Is fertile and must be healthy to raise such men HerI population is dwindling through unjust laws she overdragooned overpoliced and overtaxed If you searched all through England you could not get a half dozen mel toJ attain 5600 points on the allround athletic programme arranged by tbeC Amateur Athletic Union of Amerlcae try and if you get them a dozen Gaetlctt athletes in Ireland will beat every one of them Recently England arraigned the New York police force Their duties especially in winter do not add to a mans athletic powers John Flanagan Richard Sheridan and John McCarthy New York policemen would make short work of the best six bobbles you could find in England You ask American rowers to adopt the English style What made American hurdlers shotputters and pole vaulters the best In the world Surely not English style The President of the Amateur Athletic Union J E Sullivan is not an Englishman neither are the 1 majority of the officers Irishmen and the sons of Irishmen own the only ath letic park in Greater New Yorkof I course you never heard of it no more than you did of Ireland one of the oldest J nations in the world that has and will preserve her ideals for a higher destiny BECOMES A NOVICE Miss Julia Imogene Pean a popular- society girl of New Albany has entered the novitiate of the Sisters of Providence at the Convent of stMarylI fthe- Woodaear Terre Haute KIP n is the only daughter of Cot George F Pens of New Albany end became a sea vert U Catholicity aerral yean ago and I v ILl IJ r a I Vi has since been a devout member of Tri ity church A year ago she entered novitiate of the Sisters of Charity ate Nazareth but liter several months r turned home ogaccount of the entreaties of her relative However her determin ation to devote ber life to charity and good works was+not broken and she ha at length persuaded her family to se the matter as sb e sees it Miss Penn WM noted for her amiability a1kI social functions Her many friends feelI assured that she will make a devou- and tender nnnf 1 I WORKING PRIESTS Machanlcs as Well as Theo logians Are In the Ranks f I A special telegram from Wichita Kan sas to the St Louis PostDispatch dar lug the present week contains the fol lowing information For a priest fjo lay aside the conven tional clerical dress and toil with work men in the garb of a laboring man fis decidedly out ofjthe ordinary but that iis just the way Father Charles priest of the St Anthony German Catholic church was found by a visitor yesterday In erecting the new church building at Second street and Ohio avenue his con gregation who are in a great part thrifty industrious working people are giving their labor upon the building instead of donating money Some of the men are able to work trough the day many come in the evening after their regular days labor and work far into the night Father Charles proudly said We work day and night So the priest works among his people and a stranger looking on could not distinguish pastor from parishioner The little children help too In one year they raised the 500 necessary to buy the 1800pound be11I that hangs in the tower When an outrider sees priestand congregation work- Ing I together in this way instead of the ministers everlasting dunning for more j money he can believe that much religion j is yet left in the TorldII It may not be generally known that t the Father Charles spoken of in this dis patch was formerly assistant pastor of Stc Josephs church In thlajjj y I Again for the information of those t who do not already know it is not such an uncommon thing for priests to assist in this kind of work You can see one I or more of the Passionist priests engaged at work with the bricklayers or stonemasons i any day you choose to visit the t Sacred Heart retreat on the Newburg t road where thenew monastery Is being 1 erected Father Richard Meaner O P 1 is another building priest He was a t carpenter and builder in Louisville before be became a Dominican During the past two years he not only drew the j plans for the new Dominican convent and college in Washington but he super intended its construction from founda lion to roofEUP AND DOING I I tI t Trinity Council Members In Earnest Over New Club- House More than 200 members of Trinity i Council Y M I were present Monday 1 night when President Eugene J Cooney rapped for order The fact that plans for the new club house were to be dies cussed and that a social session was to follow was responsible for the large ate tendance After plans for the club house had been submitted and discussed at length f and in detail all adjourned down stair I where the social session was held Presi dent Copuey resigned the chair in favor of Albert F Martin who was Chairman of the social session Short talks on the club house were made by Mr Mar tin President Cooney and Past Grand I President James B Kelly The members were in a splendid humor and enthusiastically applauded the several speakers After the short talks refreshments were served abundantly Before the evening closed it was decided to start another contest in an effort to secure new memo bers Dr Frank S Clark was appointed j one team and Ben F Hund of theother They are to choose their re spective teams from the ninetythree members who entered Trinity in the last contest t STATE CHPLAINtI f To Be Tendered a Reception by Cqvlngton HlberII nfanslI Division 1 of Covington has arranged a reception to be given in honor of the Right Rev BishopMaes on the evening- of Thursday September 21 Invitations have been sent State President Keenan 1 and the other State officers Bishop I Maea is State Chaplain of the order and is greatly beloved by the Hibernians 1 The Kentucky Irish American and the 1 Hibernians of Louisville have also been invited and are assured a most cordial welcome Miss Mary Murray Is at the 1 head of the ladies committee j o S MAKES ACflANGSII I Leslie Quinker a popular member of Mackin Council who has been with E Hirsch pm West Market etreet during the past nine years Eoes jO titarri dry friendsw Ib SPLENDIDat Address on Federation of Oath BishopsticFaule Father of the Movement Talks CentraltVereln Able Exposition of What the Lenders of Catholic Faith Propose A FIRM STAND AGAINST DIVORCE Intensely Catholic but at the slime time intensely American was the ad dress delivered before the German Roma i Catholic Vereln at Cincinnati last Sun day night by the Right Rev James A McFaul Bishop of Trenton N J lIb subject wastlTbe American FederationI of Catholic Societies Bishop McFaul1I was the first prelate in the United States to commend the Catholic Federation hence it was eminently fitting that he should address the German Catholics who were celebrating the fiftieth anni versary of the founding of their verein or federation Bishop McFaul has been a fond parent to the American Federation of Catholic Societies and has watched its growth and progress as a fond parent looks after a son In his address Bishop McFaul told the German Catholics about the general movement toward federation how more than one million Catholics had been en rolled in about five years and how it bad been commended by the great majority of the American hierarchy He also told of those who held a false idea of Catholic federation Some people say Oh it is a sort of grievance committee whose members are going around feeling over the body social and politic to find sore spots They have manufactured fedI oration salve which they Inteud to rubI into all those bad places In short theyI think they have discovered a panacea for allour evil religious and social ills The result will be that friction will be created I between Catholics and nonCatholics It will breed enmity We are now living in hormone and peace Why then form this federation to create trouble It is better to bear those ills we have than to Wel1have I ion since its Inception I am pretty well acquainted with its aims and I have yet to learn that it contemplates the en gendering of enmity between us and our nonCatholic fellow citizens I have always maintained that the very contrary was its aim the bringing of ourselves f and our religion before the public so 1 that our nouCatbolic friends may know who we are and what we represent intt the hope that when any great questions t to be solved or any great evil cured the Federation of Catholic Societies could extend the hand of fellowship tott nonCatholics and say for instance on the question of divorce or Socialism We will work hand in hand with youf for the education and the uplifting oftt humanity above these evils i Let me say that if Catholics and non 1 Catholics were united for the banishment of crime for the prevention and cure of any evil in this city of Cincinnati or elsewhere success beyond doubt would crown our efforts Bishop McFaul told what Catholic federation meant what it had accom plished and in answer to the question what it proposed to do said I It means first the unification of the Catholic nationalities of the United States second the banishment of divorce pubts the day and the dissemination of their Catholic solution If we look into the statistics of the Catholic church in this country we will find that within the lastI 100 years we have had great losses We 1 are now about holding our own although I there is still some leakage The multi plication of our churches religious and educational institutions the number of priests are all stemming the tide In deed we are making encroachments on t the nonCatholic body by our missions f them Consider the problem which con fronts us in the saving of the different traces to the faith See them in our large cities thousands upon thousands all col 1 lected together Poles Slavs Italians I Hungarians have come across the At C antic like great immense flocks of I migrating birds and have sat down InII the midst of our cities When I visited Chicago I was taken to a colonya small one compared with other nationalities of 40000 Bohemians It was a portion of Bohemia rooted up as it were and transplanted J in America They have all their I race characteristics customs etc their language their churches and their newspapers I There was very lUtle Intercourse with their fellow citizens Now tempo I rary segregation of course has its ad l vantsgesat the beginning of the colony for the preservation of the race and of religion until the people realize their surroundings But this state can not remainAmericannwUlwAmerl can That is natures law Yowean not have Ireland or Germany lotItaly or Poland dwelling here forever Thus it lass bees with tBatton ire Irish j the Italians etc It required to form and fashion the typical hiIIeach nation Thus was formed the i cal Englishman etc You know the worldover You recognize wherever you meet him In the course of time the same wilt come to pass here and thus will be formed of all the nationalities the American of the future physically intellectually i morally and socially the noblest citizen of the grandest nation on earth It is during this formative process that there will be daniel When the colony begins to disintegrate when its families and in dividuals begin to intermingle with the rest of the population there will come loss of faith unless we are prepared to prevent it- Here is a work for federation These nationalities are all alive to the importance and the benefits of organization Let us take them in among us by their societies In this way they will be kept in constant touch with us and we with them learning our national and religious life and preventing them from becoming the prey of proselytizers In a word we 10iBy battling against divorce we are building up the American home Another great work for federation to create pub tic opinion on this question to proclaim 1the doctrine that when a man stands before the altar of God with his bride and they plight their troth for life no han shallever dare to drag her down from that throne to which he exalted her o the day of her youth and beauty Tim 1may write wrinkles on her brow change 1ber locks to snow pluck the roses from her cheek but she shall remain th queen of her hearth and his household so long as the blood of Ife pulsates in her bosom I CONVENTION Or Federation Will Probably- Be Held In Buffalo New York The Executive Board of the American Federation of Catholic Societies met in Cincinnati on Monday and Tuesday TheI meeting was necessitated by the fact that the annual convention which was to have taken place in New Orleans next mouth was postponed on account of the prevalence of yellow fever Both sessions of the board were held at the Burnet House Those present were the Most Rev Archbishop Messmer of Milwaukee the Right Rev Bishop McFaul of Tren ton and Messrs Nicholas Gonner C H Schulte P Walrath F W Immekes Anthony MAtre and A B Dunlop At the session on Sunday letters were read from M Erzberger Secretary of the Center party in Germany from Count Albans head of the Federation in Italy from Bishop Barras of the Federation of Brazil from Bishop Borngmaeus ani D Creedon of the Hawaiian Federation from Hon Joaquin Farran of the Porto Rico Federation Dr J W Fowler of Kentucky and Vincenti Caraana of the Philippines Federation These leta ters bear plans and suggestions for a working order with the different organ 1 izations cf the world The affiliation of the Womens Catholic Order of Foresters was announced On Monday the board met in executive session and decided to hold the conven tion at Buffalo either next winter or spring Archbishop Messmer of Mil yrankee Bishop McFaul of Trenton and National Secretary Anthony Matre of St Louis were named asa committee to confer with Bishop Colton of Buffalo as to a suitable time for holding the convention REUNION PLANNED I Division 1 Invites All Hiber a nians to Attend Social Sesslon Division IA O H held its i regularS meeting Tuesday night and In sence of President Barry Timothy jlI Sullivan presided It was a i meeting from start to finish Short talks for the good of the order were made by Messrs Tom Dolan William M Higgins Timothy J Sullivan Thomas Walsh and Capt Tom Riley Messrs Joseph Dougherty John J Cronen and William M Higgins reported that they had completed arrangements for the social session to be held on Tues day September 20 Division 1 wants every Hibernian in Louisville to attend social session In fact it Is to 1be a rennlon Of Hibernians the first since StHJ Patricks day There will be vocal and instrumental music and a few brief talks Of course refreshments will be served chargehas J son desire a lull attendance I I RETURNS HOME The Rev Brother Celestine formerly James Casein of Louisville who has been visiting friends and relatives in Louisville during the past two weeks has returned to his duties at Notre Dame College Ind His many friends rejoice that Brother Celestine is happy Jn the re ligious state I PALL FESTIVAL The congregation of the Church of the Holy Name South Louisville have ar ranged to give a festival on the lawn surrounding the school oa Thursday and Friday evenings September 21 and 22 The maay friends allover the cltyof the Rev Father John OConnor willM4etl in soaking the festival a atccew D MAD EFFORTS 6 Of the Commercial Club to Swell Loulsvlllofl Population Abnormally Enough Irish nail Plenty of Germane But No Use For Italians The French and Jews Are Igr bored by the PeoplerWant Swedes I VERY BAD STATE OF WANTED Twentyfive t 0dinavians belplationthe year 1910 That is the slogan that th lion and Immigration Comm the Commercial Club to rattru TransportImmigration L dcial CommClubs andnstreets metethedesirable D discussThe IeIt 25000 Scandinavians whether Swede Norwegians or Danes at once with tl understanding that work in Louisvlr immediatelyTheor man immigration was passed with the pleasant reflection that there were plenty of them here and that they made good EdwardJFredKellneracknow1edgementjofFrenchwe bythisand F angryThecon sidered desirable additions to Louisvilles MrBaumberger meetingandthe proceedings Several addresses were made suggesting the best methods encouraging Immigration and desirable class of limmigrants it was all in vfrtfprofitable idea i fLpopulation o pore than double within the next five years Almost with one accord the committee seemed to favor LouisvillecommitteeInsistedthem at once Steps were taken to com municate with steamship and railway agents in this country and immigration + abroad so that the immigrants might be brought over at once The conittUtee was so much in earnest that protestOf ex pect to have these 25000 immigrants dumped here next week but them as soon as possible Wti y- are many persons unemployed in Lou vllle now Deserving pcopld are unem ployed Why then does the Commer cial Club or any of its committees insjst peopletothem nor is there any possibility of em ploying that many more within several years to come aboutitClub and its improvement schemes Only few months ago the Commercial Chit made a grievous mistake but when a concerted effort was directed against it the attitude was changed immediately nothingbut it is unalterably ol QrworIngi1 no work for them J sSSILVER JUBILEE Or Sister Margaret Ma Be Fittingly Obaer- September 20 The alumnae of Our Lady of Academy are making elaborate one for the fitting celebration vcr jubilee of Sister Margaret roll who for number of pears directress of studies at the a pudetermined Sister Margaret Mary and the mater by celebrating her twenty nlversary in an appropriate wan Tuesday September 26 The I tion will include a high masa academy at 9 oclock followed day reception to her friends a pupils CHOSE OFFICERSiii The Ladies Hospital Club Albany have elected the follow cars Mrs Harriet Weiabacb Pr Mrs Jarnw Tully VicePreiiJdd EdwardOPol1l1el1SecretaryjJane euchre at St Josephs afternoon and night H JCdwatdaHopita assn P inw K NruOKY IRISH RIOANtj i 6 f1 aI i A g NTU6KY IRISH JlMERfGWfr IM11111MIMIILMLM isYeted te tile M ml aad Social Adna eat et all Irish America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS I fUBSCRIPTION ICEONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C Holered at the Louisville Postofllce as Second Ciaee Mmtter i AMietia CIIaraBlealloBI to the KENTUCKY IRISH AA1ER1CAN326 Well Green Slrett I E LOUTS ILLn RYISATURDAY SEPTEMBER 161905 AT1C NOMINEES Mayor AUL C BARTH Treasurer + T SCHMITT DICK Auditor LYNE HERNDON Tax Receiver THOMAS A SHELLEY Judge City Court JOHN MCANN Irosecutlnr Attorney City Court ROBERT J HAGAN Clerk City Court ALP OLDHAM Ballltt City Court WILLIAM DOSLER County Judge CHARLES A WILSON County Attorney ROBERT W BINGHA3T County Clerk i W J SEMONIN County Sheriff HENRY A DELL 1 County Assessor r i JOHN M ADAMS trri County Jailer JOHN R 7County Coroner HARRIS KELLY County surveY Y R H YOUNC cCounty Superintendent Public Schools i Jr ROSA STONEST ET Senator ThIrtyslxthDlstrlct II S MeNU T Senator Thirtyeighth District ALBERT H CIr RLTON epresentatlvo Forty fourth Dist LLOYD W + ATES k five Fortynfth District TTERLEsIxth C1UUS MUELLER Representative Fortyseventh Disk JAMES A HAGAN Representative Fortyeighth Dlst 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 DORSEY Justice of Place County Second Dlst B C WEATHERBEE Justice of Place County Third Dlst H D ROBE Justice of Peace County Fourth Dtst S S HOLLIS sf et Peace City Fifth Diet FJIANK J HOFFMAN Justlcefof Peace City Sixth Dist EDAVARD MEGEEMRY Justice of Peace CIty Seventh Dlst EDWARD D OCONNOR Justice of Pence City Eighth Dlst p T SULLIVAN Constable CIty Firth Dstrtct JAMES C HENDRICK8 Constable City Sixth District JOE SHORT Constable City Seventh District THOMAS MORAN Constable City Eighth District JOSEPH J NELLIGAN t HIGHER EDUCATION There was a time in America When every man woman and child id to do his or her part in earn rig funds to support the house hold fortunately that time is past knd the time for something better rrived But the greed for gold s to have obtained possession jority of the people and we n see boys and girls of ten lye years of age put to work geearners Unfortunately + re many parents who think duties toward their children ided when they have received first communion and been med These people think bis completes the education child and that he or she must after hoe their own row This tIS it should be Parents liroake every possible effort give heir children as complete n edocatloh as possible Some ime5it happens that it becomes a ssity for children to become earners at a tender age but ft nolfia that the father and jf take their children from i put them to work merely tters less burdensome They neglect their- ure shneaa pie that etic is the sum and substance of educa tiop They laugh at geography grammar and the arts and sciences Music they think is purely a mat ter of talent Catholics have been since the beginning of the Christian era the leaders in the study oi the arts and sciences of mathemat ics of languages of bellesletters and all that pertains to the higher education It must indeed be an ignorant and sordid father oi mother who wishes his boy or girl to plod through life equipped in the same poor educational way as themselves We are proud to say that there are few of this class among the Irish in America Irish fathers may have been laborers and Irish mothers may have had to earn their bread as factory hands hotel servants or laundresses but where will you find an Irish father who does not want to see his son in i profession or his daughter an ornament to society Where will you find an Irish mother who would not rub her finger nails off on the wash board to see her son a priest or tc give her daughter an education tc fit her to become member of some religious order All want them children to save their souls They realize that all true education deals directly with the knowledge of things created by God that a study of His creations brings them nearer to Him that the more knowledge they possess the better is their faith in God and His holy religion grounded It is time that the whole people of the United States were considering the matter of higher education True we have high schools colleges and univer sities but they are all too few in comparison with the number of boys and girls It is only a ques tion of time until compulsory edu cation will not only become a gen eral law but the age limit will be raised to at least sixteen years STRENGTH INCREASES The local political campaign is now on in earnest both the Democrats and Fusionists holding ward meetings each night The more the campaign progresses the more the strength of the Democratic ticket increases The personnel off the Democratic ticket is one of Its strong features prom the Hon Paul C Earth down to the candi dates for the minor offices the nom inees are able honest and intelli gent gentlemen Neither Mr Earth nor Ibis colleagues have made any vain boasts about purity and poli tics and yet all who know Mr Earth personally feel assured that after his election he will give the sty a clean and wholesome admin istration He will not favor one class of citizens against another but he will endeavor to be Mayor jf all the people all the time During the fifteen years or more that be has been identified with munici pal government affairs his name has never been connected with any scheme of graft He has a record to be proud of and is a fitting standardbearer for the Democratic hosts Besides Mr Barth there are other candidates who are almost equally as well known and as popular= men like Thomas A Shelley the nominee JOt Tax Receiver John McCann for Judge of the Police Court William J Semonin for County Clerk Dick Schmitt for City Treasurer Henry Bell for Sheriff and John R Pflanz the hero of many a political fight for election as jailer of Jefferson county It is men like these that the people have cohfide eJn1he xeoplJle will place no trust in broken wnJHtablers who bowlabout u purity Neither do they care about reformers who did not reform until they had been proven guilty of col lecting money for repairing twit the number of pumps that were IIn the city Drunk with the wine of victoryI the people in various parts ofJapa have engaged in demonstrations against Christians and foreigners Catholic priests and Protestant ministers havejbeen attacked and stoned and their churches burned The Japanese Government seeks to ex cuse itself by saying that these out rages are provincial Nevertheless it remains that the outrages hav been committed The powers should demand prompt punishment of the offenders and full indemnity for the property destroyed Amer icans lured on by Anglomania editors wasted a great deal of sentiment on the socalled nervy liitl Japs Perhaps Russia was right when she called attention to the yellow peril The Buffalo Catholic Union and Times says A wise Massachu setts Judge is reported to have declared on the bench that one convent of Good Shepherd nuns iiis of greater value to civilization than ten social settlements although i iIf may not advertise so much Stitt there is human carrion that persists in defaming the characters of these godly women whose lives Rre given over to rescue of their sister from the path of sin We hay some carrion of this class in Ken tucky but they have been effectually squelched by both lower and higher courts One Louisville preacher said from his pulpit last Sunday tha the sturdier virtues are still more frequently the product of the coca try than of the city If such is the case he can go to the country whence he came Railroads and steamboats are still running If his very anxious to return and has not the price walking is excellen at this season of the year The Kentucky Irish Americas hastens to congratulate the Nev Haven Echo on the appearance of its new magazine section Its col umns teem with new and upto date reading matter and well exe cuted illustrations Editor Barry is always enterprising and his work is being appreciated by the people of New Haven and Nelson county generally The sudden death of the Hon Patrick A Collins the Mayor o1 Boston will be regretted through out the country He was an ardent Democrat an Irish patriot and a faithful servant of the people Shake your StrawatW- EUDYNOBELLS The marriage of Miss Mary Higgins and Thomas TD Glints will be solemnized atSacred Hearteburch at 7i30 oclock Thursday wording The Rev Father Patrick Walsh will officiate Miss Hattie HiggnB a sister of the bride will be thetnaid df honor and 76 M Cllnes a brother Of thegroom wSl wv the best man The ushers will be Messrs Wilt Daly Louie TCefffer Roy Campbell Clarence Nevin Gus Vacca cud CHsrtea Parsons William M Biggins father of the brideeUct will lead herbo the alUr and then bestow her sand to her future husband Nuptial high mass will follow the wedding ceremony After a wedding breakfast tendered the bridal couple and the members ifi their immediate families at the home of thebrides parents 1630 West Madi son street Mr and Mrs Clines will leave on a tour ofthree weeks to Niagara Palls Syracuse and Rochester COUNTY FEDERATION The ijefferson County Federation df itholic Societies met at the Catholic Vomena Club on Thursday nightsFour teeD organizations were represented Secretary Eugene Coouey announced bat in the near future the + Organization Committee would resume its visits to ocieties not yetAffiliated He alsoread resolutions on ribs death of Archbishop toapelle of New Orleans and of Will lam C SmHj a former delegate to the federation Doth sets of resolutions were opted ENTERPRISE CLUB The Enterprise Cl bau organization of the ytaost prominent Catholic ladle and g tlll11em in the West End will gived lawn fete at Spring BaSk Park riithe afternoon and evening of Monday epteaiberIBj instead of September 31 is was nadvertestly Mated last week iuchre Aill bed feature during the aft erDoodltbi gI1Ibe thenljjht fe epccedsaretobedereteda I IOHN BOLAND nnTn OLIVER PATTON nnmn nn pti 1Ysbwfwrl eu ltwi1it7fa I SOCIETY i few Mrs Fontaine Kremer has returned from a visit to friends iu Indiana I Miss Annie McGill has returned from a pleasant trip to Paris and London Patrick Newman Sr of Frankfort spent several days in Louisville thl week I Miss Ella A Condon is in Shelby ville the quest of her sister Mrs John T Fitzgibbon Thomas P L Hagan bas returne home after a pleasant visit to relatives iIn New Haven Miss Verona Scbaefer of the High lands is attending St Marys College Notre Dame Misses Josephine Hemsing and Maml Brennan are expected to return from New York next week Miss Katherine Carr of Portland bas gone to Springfield to enter St Cath ethics Academy Miss Ida Raidy entertained her euchre club at her home 2538 West Main street Monday evening Miss Alice Crowley 2521 Rowan street left Thursday for Lexington where shi will enter college Mrs Guy and daughter Miss Margaret are the guests of Capt and Mrs Mat Madigan in Frankfort William Weitzel of Frankfort spen Sunday in Louisville as the guest of his sister Mrs Fred Kelner Mrs William Murphy has returned from Owensboro where she was tbe guest of Mrs John Thixton Mrs John Keep 2535 Rowan street has been quite ill since last Sunday Her speedy recovery is hoped for Miss Annie Jacqueau of Mooresville Ind has been visiting relatives in New Albany during the past week John W Riley of Lexington was the guest of his brother James Riley of West Market street this week Mrs Mary Boyle and daughter Mis Nona are in Cleveland the guests of Mrs Boyles sister Mrs Byrne Messrs Fred Struck Otto Monkhau and Ed Simpson left yesterday to visit the Dubois county fair at Huntingburg lad Mfas Ftranie Byron has returned home from a pleasant visit of six weeks spent tn Pittsburgh Niagara Palls and Atlantic City Miss Margarett FJynn 528 Twenty sixth street bas returned from Memphis where shewt s the guest of her brother James Misses Katie Walsh and Nonnie De veny of Nashville Tenn are the guests of Mrs Annie Cnniff Nineteenth and Bank streets Misses Mil and Ida Murphy of New Albany are visiting friends in Indian npolia They will return home after a trip toNiagara Falls Miss EllaOConnell of East Washington street who was painfully lacerated by a vicious dog last Friday evening is cache road to recovery r Mrs William Patterson returned home this week after a delightful trip of two months spent in Chicago and in the region of theGreat Lakes Desire D Miller a Louisville boy who expects to be ordained next yearn turned to St Louis Tuesday after pend- Ing his vacation in thus city Col Jerry B Collins the genial Secre tarr of the Louisville Water Company haa gone to Cedar Lake on a ten days acation He will occupy his time fish- Ing I Misses Mary ODonnell and Edith oherty of New Albany and their randmother Mrs A ODonnell are pending several weeks with relatives in Chicago Miss Bessie Rapier ot New Haven iis ttending the Sisters of Mercy school iIt- this city During the school term she will make her home with her sister Mrs- Sam J Dant Miss Lizzie Welsh baajjust returned from a two weeks vjisit to the Misses Lynch of Seymour Iijd Miss Maggie tyncb of Seymour will be here ona- vl1t tomorrow Misses Mamie Welsh Winifred lMan tag aBdBliiabeth Motschmaa bave reo uraedto their respective homt after a assent tllt to Mrs ID JJHartaett oil ru1 WM OTOOLE nuuuuun n Mrs George Frey Mrs Charle Young and daughter Miss Lena Mrs George Scbrader and Mrs Joseph L Otte will leave Monday for a trip t- High Bridge and vicinity Mr and Mrs John Packler and daughters Misses Lilly and Louise Fackler are now at home to their friends at their new residence Baxter nd Beechwoo avenues In the Highlands Mrs J Baxter Kremer who was ill at St Josephs Infirmary several weeks ago is much improved She has just returned from a visit to her father Dr M H Webb in Shelby county Henry Gottbrath and his estimable wife who Ibave spent the past thre months in Germany sailed for Americ last Tuesday and are expected to rear Louisville on Thursday next Barney Coll Jeffersonville returner home last week from a six weeks trip through the South He says the grip of the yellow fever is about broken He will start on another extended trip Mon day Harry B Tierney who was the guest of his cousin George McKinney for ten days returned to St Louis Tuesda to resume his theological studies He expects to be ordained to the priesthood next year Master Edgar Weber of Cincinnati who spent several weeks here as tbe guest of George F Sirnonfs has returned home During his stay in Louisville Master Weber made many friends among the young people Miss Julia Kelly has returned from ia pleasant visit to friends at Muncie Hartford City and Indianapolis MissKrtth eriue Delaney formerly of Louisville but now of Hartford City returned with Miss Kelly and will be her guest for sev eral weeks Louis Borntraeger one of the mos popular letter carriers in the city and ia prominent worker in the ranks of Mackin Council left yesterday for a twc weeks vacation which he will spend in Chicago Milwaukee and other points in the Northwest Mrs M J OLonghlin of Houston Tex who spent several weeks in Urbana Onto is now visiting her aunt Miss Catherine Breslin 015 West St Catherine street Her husband joined her here this week and Mr and Mrs OLoughlin will remain in Louisville for a mouth A pretty girl baby arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Edward J Washle 131C Twentysecond street on September 6 and last Sunday the little one was bap tired at St Charles Borromeo church by the Rev Charles P Raffo Mary Eliza beth Washle as she will be known hereafter promises to be a reigning belle Her Godparents were Robert Timmons and Miss Annie UcElvogne J Ecrow Rapier ofv New Havep and Miss Agnes Stoker of Bardstown will bdthe holy bonds of matrimony at St Joseph1 church on Tuesday September 10 The bridetobe is the daughter of Mrs Julia Stoker and baa many admirers The groomelect I Ia son of County Clerk F Boone Rapier of Bards town and 1in teller in the banking bouse of Sylvester Rapier Co at New Haven Both young people Are quite popular Miss Margaret Brown and Joseph All geier popular young people of Jefferson county were united in matrimony at St Edwards church Jeffersontown on Wednesday of hist weik The Rev Fattier Rennannpestor of St Edwards performed the ceremony and celebrated tho solemn nuptial mass which followed He was assisted by the Rev Fathers Justin and Zoeller Pro fessor Roemele presided at the organ and the choir tendered an excellent musical programme A violin solo was quite a feature The altars were beauti fully decorated for the occasion and a large crowd of friends and welt wishers onbe young couple were present After a trip to Chicago and the lakes Mr and Mrs Allgeier will make their home in Louisville WILL CROSS BATS Trinity Councils baseball team will TOMbats with the Cberokees tomorrow ifternoon at Goes Bros grounds Shelby and Oak streets Capt Albert F Martin requests the members of Trin tys team to meet at the club house at 1 oclock sharp IVAN SOCIALS Thc van Socials a society of popular effersonville young men bave arranged to give a series of dances fit Spieths tall on each Monday night during the season of 190508 The opening dance Mt Monday night was well attended Che committee in charge of these dances wade up as follows A Weir M Con ibllyi CoTemplt L Colgrove GROMU sblTCavauaughaH Manns F Gaines asd J Bsrke o u t f II II II I I It IFURNITURE t 1 I IorEvery Style and Description at tWMOFPMAER 41I t- ss L 419 W MARKET I STREET 1 I i I I+J iII I l JJ I I I I tootI t JtH HfOUR BEST EFFORTS ARE DIRECTED TO RECOGNIZED I ItA Louisvilles Carpet StoreEv- eryI floor is teeming with stocks that tip the acme of excellence Our exhibition of CARPSTSIZS RUGIS Is without a peer Selection quality and prices alike are strong champions for your fa- vorHUHHUCH BROSH524 526 and 528 West Markeot Street I1HHHHH I HI 11+11 1 1 IH I I II I I I I I I I I I l+L+ JHI H VS8 8S s 8V 88 3 S 3 YOU CAN BE DECEIVED t thef x- f size and shape of MOTHERS BREAD x but none equals it in wholesomeness n I FOR GOODNESS SAKE look for the label s 8H e44 8 ss s 8 I RECENT DEATHS The remains of James C Rudd Jr who died of typhoid fever in Kansa City were brought to Louisville for burial The deceased was a nephew of John Rudd and a cousin of George H and Gerard Alexander He is survive by his wife who was Miss Vina Alexan der of Daviess county The heartfelt sympathy of man friends goes out to Mr and Mrs Jame Hamberry whose nineyearold son William J was found dead in bed las Monday Death is supposed to have resulted from overexertion at play Thi funeral took place from the residence 914 West Oak street at 830 oclocl Wednesday morning and from St Loui Bertrands church half an hour later Mrs Hattie Welsh died at her home 511 East Fourth street New Albany on Sunday night She was the wife ofI Capt John Welsh the steambpat pilot and was a highly respected member of Holy Trinity church Besides her hus band eight children seven sons and one daughter survive her The deceased was fiftytwo years old Her funeral took place from Holy Trinity church Wednes day morning A telegram to Edward Kennedy a member of the No 2 Engine Company received last Saturday brought the sad tidings of the death at Ogden Utah of his uncle Frank Kennedy formerly a citizen of Louisville but who spent the last fifteen years in Utah The deceased was a blacksmith and worked at his trade in Louisville before going West The telegram states that be was killed as the result of a railroad accident but no details have been received Patrick Ken nedy1I Portland avenue Iis a brother I and Mrs Kate Welches1 a sistefof the deceased A wife one son and three daughters also survive Mr Kennedy was highly regarded by his old friends in Louisville and his untimely demise ii a source of general regret Anthony Gerst an aged and respected GermanAmerican citizen died at his home 2336 West Walnut street on Sat urday of last week His funeral took place from St Anthonys church on Monday morning The deceased was born in Germany sixtyseven years ago At the age of nineteen he came to the United States and obtained employment as a dry goods clerk in Cincinnati When the civil war broke out he enlisted in the Union army and served throughout the war He was wounded twice but on each occasion returned to active service When the war closed he removed to Louisville and engaged in the dry goods business and in twentyfive years he amassed a considerable fortune He re tired from business several years ago His wife Mrs Antoinette Gerst two daughters Mrs Harry Angermeier and Miss Clara Gerst and two sons Anthony Gerst Jr and Walter Gerst survive him EUCHRE AND DANCE The Young Ladies Auxiliary of Trin ity Council Y M L have prepared to give a euchre and dauce at Trinity Coun cil club house 718 East Gray street on the afternoon and evening of Tuesday October 3 The afternoon game will be called at 230 oclock and the evening game at 830 oclock Handsome prizes will be awarded the successful contest ants MOURN HER DEATH Sad indeed was the death of Mrs nnie Murphy which occurred at the sadly residence 138 Eighteenth street in Wednesday Only a week previous bel infant was buried and on the day revioDlto her death her sisters hoe md was buried The deceased was a Tell known lady of the West End She wUI wife of a1eeYurpbyudth n b fu THE Thursday M1Friday tULEYSJJ HOPKINSIliaH CLASS VAUDEVILLE TWO snows DAILY Opening Wtik Beginning Sunday Sept 17 MILTON AND DOLLY NOBLES- In a comedy the days of M9 j byIIrsdyInglngGirl of 81 Jimmy Wall that party In black 1DlographBUCKINGHAMMATINEE mElt COMMENCING SUNDAY SEPT 17 A COPY OF NONE The Merry Maidens A little different from the rest melodytilled THIRD STREET GARDEN F H BRUENS Prop Restaurant and CafeIThird and Avery MenDes Home Phone 1633 Cutnb Phone 60iB PIANO BARGAINS 1 iNothingCome in and let us play for I you We are glad to have all Look over our makes and prices You will also find here a splendid line of sewing machines to select from M MCCARTHY 1108 WEST MARKET STREET Give your boys aa edBcallei that win prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLRQIy112 W Broadway Louisville Ky SclentificandfluinessCourseaPreparatory pe 1tPCdjGymnasium PETER M ANDRIQTSOIaN m WAGONH MJNUFACTURERa CarrIage Atilrl c Hftltt II Tires 215 aad217 WEST GREEN ST 3SurphThey charch at 9 e clod yesterdaytnoraiag10iPFJi0YY0dIYWs04Jiu- d1 f n tU i 7 ctNTUCKYIRXSIf R AN QUICKfMEALSTEEL AhA- rta ATLWEu 1 1 MEAl G 8RANGES Awarded first at the St I QEHER St I 1111 1 I t 111 IH111 1 111 I J 111111111 IJuI I H I 1 I t 11 I 111 111MHH r THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Dlf66tor fflJJaiffler Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Carriaaee Furnished for All Occasions Both Phones 365 1225 W MARKET STREET t 4oH 1 1 I Jut I 1 1 I I I 1 I III1 II 1 II11I IH1 IIII IMI IIII I11III II IHI I oNI 1M1 Jr11 TIll11I HOME PHONE 88 CUMBEBLAtTD 123 J Ju BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 EAST TWtyniST STREeT With the assistance of my SOBS I will continue the undertaking business- of my late under the same firm name at 838 East Street MRS JOHN J BARRETTI than W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral DirectoraBrf fflfeffJfflfi i i ICarrlleIiI ITELEPHONE S1O t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t f t t t t I + + t Carriages uT T i E TRACYL H STRAUB PHONES f TRACY STRAUB saFUNERAL t iAND EMBALMERS Carr 1531 W MARKET STREETc- w SbortNoUu H II SitU 1110171 7L the average sort of Wall Plaster yon will find the DIAMOND BRAND It Isa product of modern plaster makk and is made by men who bfiTC made its pro duction bfe study Kwtwkjfc Wall Plaster COII 418E8fFufa1ed TELEPHONE 2267 ireek Mi River Louisville = Kyy Also oPeraUngthe Hoosier Wall Pial 555JBIG FOUR THE SST LINE TO tftdianapolis NPeoria Chicago IcADAIA POINTS elf INDIANA and MICHIGAN t Bttilaiid BuffaloDJ rlhw Yirk Bistii t Mrs ALt 1MNl1 IIAndadUy fwntab-adoaat6tO tpal arXWpAy or 1tILl oteIGeJ L ent Paseagar Ag- tientloWs Ky0 MG9I t WELL LvIc WELL I QUICKk I Bsst In Th3 World prize Louis Worlds Fair SON 217 Market near Second 1 l sari All husband Main I I EAST DANIEL J DOUGHERTY Funeral Director and Embalmer Both Phones 29ge Furnished 11 Occasions All can Amwered Promptly Day Night 1231 W Market Sitt nTTT7TTTTv T G J BOTH 363f DIRECTORS u a FaroUbtd UU g a l f J or t I OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8 TO 6 9 TO 12 DONIYOU WANT YOUR TEETH FIXED tBy BCD of experience UbeJJ most reasonable price OR H J COUCHMAM Dentist I 551 FOURTH AVENUE ppJao C LewfcCa 1 J HENRY AAlJj PJLS DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Streetlruene1 1 Old and Rare WhUkle1 i SJecUIty 8LUEGR8 EXCHANGE LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET KATIE AGE SMITH f Formerly of Oran W 3mitbs Sons LADY Eh1B LMI5R chitdsonabrbpdsaradtoanswered promptly dayWaitfht Aems 1pfcoaelW Office S2WflBUe t ar AI NEWLOUISVILLE JOCKEY VUBIt f IJ q Meeting Racing Beginning Today Septgl MtumnALLEnding Saturday Oct 7 k RACES EACH DAY Handicap Tuesday Sept 19 Seelbach Hotel Handicap Sept 21 Louisville Hotel Handicap Saturday roru Inaugurated Today by WewLouisvllle Jockey Club The New Louisville Jockey Club wilt open its series of fall races at Churchill Downs today and the racing will continue until October7 Nearly 1200 staUs have been engaged by the most prominent horse owners on the turf and there is every indication that the fall meeting will be as successful as the spring meet ings of this popular club have always proven General Manager Matt J Winn sad Secretary Lyman Davis have spent time and money during the summer lu efforts to secure great sport and they now feel that they have accomplished muchJudge Charles F Price will preside in the judges stand while Mayor Charles F Granger will be the associate judge and Will Shelley will be the starting judge Will Shelley will also officiate as clerk of the scales and Dick Dwyer will be the starter Good purses will be hung up and the best horses from the Canadian and Eastern circuits will be here to compete for them The main event of the opening day to be run this afternoon will be the Louis yule handicap for threeyearolds and upward The distance is one mile and ijcarries a value of 750 Besides this theNu Rural dash with 400 for the winner oribrng out some fast sprinters Of coursedward Corrigan the leading spirit of the merican Turf Association will present a large nDlfffoCF of his horses during the meeting Tom Stevens another devotee of the turf will send many of the best of his string here AH in all the appearances favors season of splendidsport OLD FACES Were Welcomed Back by the Members of Division 4 Wednesday Division 4A O H held a well attended meeting Wednesday night and transacted a great deal of business Vice President Thomas Lynch opened the meeting but President Hennessy came in later and assumed tbe chair An invitation to attend the reunion and reception to be held by Division 1 on September 26 was accepted A communication Division 1 Plymouth county Mass asking the members of Division 4 to dispose of a book of fifty ten cent tickets the winning number to get a round trip to Ireland was receivedand the mem bers promised to sell the tickets Financial Secretary Joseph P McGinn advocated pushing the employment featI ure of the division by assisting brothers ont of work in securing places He was instructed to bring the matter before theI County Board Among the old familiar faces seen after long absence bat nevertheless welcome were those of Pat Kenealey Deputy Sheriff Dennis J Hef fernan and Pr F B Nort- opTtiEATRIC4Li Digby Bell an old tipe favorite In Louisville will appear aa thestar InI The Education ofy Mr Plppat Macanleyi Theatre next Thursday Fri day and Saturday nights and a Saturday matinee Mr Bell is a comedian yof abil ity and hIs new vehicle has been lauded by the Eastern pres The Merry Maidens will be next weeks attraction at the Buckingham Theater The company will present The Maiden and the Mule a tbree act merry mu sisal melange described Tjy the press agent ai a dish of mirth music and met oily Of course there will be a number of excellent specialties My Wires Family which1 made finch a bit lien last season will be tbe offering at the Masonic next week Not only has the cast been strengthened materially but a number of new spec fairies have been introduced to break the monotony of straight comedy work There will be the usual matinees on Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 1thebtit lot the second week of the vaudeville season at Hopkins will have as Its headliner Milton and Dollie Nobles and their supporting company in a de lightful comedy called The bays of 49 Six characters are introduced In thisi oneact playlet with tkc Nobles fig prfng In the principal rblfesl Frederick Voelker assisted by Mrs Voelk t BS a piano BCCOlnpanirt will nab WB lirst local appearance as a VloKb virtuoso Twa comediennes of cltWVrieKS will be found in Misses LotfttcVirVer andGenie Pollard They dire fckedfdroriginal eecebticitiesf DauielwboHavearseof d talitegiKSts InvaHdetille A new singer AttilaDegwelle oldspSronii ami foe ttyi herself Tbe Girl J o- nJ SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O IiD- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month BarryVice J Sullivan Recording Secretary Thornas Kee JrFinancial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets FridayEvenings President Con J Ford Vice President John J Sullivan ReoanJrng Secretary Joe Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Kenney 1335 Rogers street Treawnrer Owen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month Preoident Patrick J Welsh Vice PresidentPatrick J Welch Recording Secretary John Morris Financial SecretaryPat King 1646 LytleStreetTreasurerD I Coleman BegleySergeantatArms Rilev DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednea day Evenings of Each Month President John Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording Secretary Thos Callahan Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn bib West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly t rvu nellDIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentMichael KinneyI PresidentRobert Gleason Vice PresidentMichael flreen Recording Secretary J B Murphy JrIFinancial Secretary Thomas Gleason i TreasurerLouis ConstantineIMarshalPeter Madden DoorkeeperOwen McCann Banner CarrierLawrence Ford Y 3MC Y MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President William Kerberpj FirstVice President W Shaugbnessy Second Vice President B I Sands Recording Secretary Frank Morgan Financial Secretary George J Lautz Corresponding SecretaryF Lanaban I Treasurer Joseph Steltenpohl I Marshal John Kenney I Inside SentinelJohn StewartII Outside Sentinel Patrick Mullarkey SATOLLI COUNCIL 193 Meets Every Monday Evening at Club- Rooms Wells Building 636 4th Avejj PresidentJohn JCrottyIFirst Vice President William J J OConnorSecond Vice PresidentJ J Kava I na jFinancial McDon ogh 1212 Sixth Street Recording SecretaryJos Lenihan 1 Corresponding SecretaryJ Fabey TreasurerJames B PerrvcMarshal George S Zorn I Inside Sentinel Jocepb KellyIOutside Sentinel fam1J Bodrlckcc of 01 dressing in a costume of thatII period Thetbree Ja ksons wiUappear J as physical culture artists and bag punch 1 era There will be a new collection of I biograpb pictures with one excellent comedy film BILLYS BIRTHDAY W F Morrison sometimes known asII liThe Farmer but familiarly saluted by his friends as Billy will celebrate the passage of the sixtyseventh milestonei of his journey through life on Monday and invites all his friends to meet him at his cafe 430 West Green street An elaborate lunch will M provided C K off Altety Cath01lclR1I1nand young lady Certificate wtth the Catholic Knights of tbeirparcntsAttbe ance costs but ntaetyelghttaDte per month The rate IIs aot chatved there afterWrite NewOrkanoAnthonyMatreLouis Mo n Try M for job work II 0- r J J LOVE FEAST Was Macklns Regular Meet ing on Last Tuesday Night President William Kerberg presided over the regular meeting of Mackin Council Y M I on Tuesday night Many members were tired out after the anniversary celebration on Sunday and Monday hence the attendance was not as large as it might have been under ordinary circumstances Two applica tions for membership were received and I the Visiting Committee reported that Joe Heckmann who met with an acci dent several weeks ago was improving George J Lutz Chairman of the An niversary Committee reported on tile celebration In brief his report was that the celebration spoke for itself On mo tion of Clarence Zook the council ten dared Mr Lautz and the other members of the Anniversary Committee a rising vote of thanks In order to arouse interest in increas ing the membership it was determined to select opposing teams John Farrell was chosen captain of one team and Frank Lanahan of the other These two will have the whole council to pick from each captain choosing a man alternately The object is to swell the membership of Mackin to Add before the first meeting in January The losing side will entertain the winners in a manner to be deter mined later A communication from Supreme Presi dent Fogarty was read He congratu aced Mackin Council on being the first of tbeordeiVvJo1 send a congratulatory message to Preside B82sevelt on the part he played in bringing be war be tween Japan and Russia toire1Qse- Another communication from President Fogarty congratulated D Oliver Patton on his election as President of the Mackin Social Club and wishing the club a suc cessful season GREAT CROWD Attended the Festival For StIEdwards Church Thurs day Week The festival for the benefit of St Edwards church at Oeschlina Orchard on Thursday of last week was a great success Many friends from Louisville swelled the crowd of visitors from Jeffer sontown and vicinity The supper served by the ladies ot the congregation was excellent and the menu was elaborate The handkerchief booth was an excellent feature There many handsome spec mens of needle work were disposed of It was in charge of the Misses Hamlin of Louisville and netted quite a hand some sum for the church Miss Theresa Reverman and the Misses Hnbbuch of Louisville had charge of the ice cream stand and did exceptionally well The Battenberg centerpiece donated by a Louisville lady was much admiredand was won by Mrs Weber of St Francis congregation Ths new residence for the pastor is now complete and Father Revermann has taken op bis abode in it The mem bers of the tongrcgat15b hope to erect a parochial school in the near future- tOIIJ1llBhJS I KNIGHTS OF Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Columbus Council of Memphis will celebrate its fourth anniversary on November 10- Columbus Council Memphis will Init late a large class early in October Many knights from other cities and States will be in attendant Pere Marquette Council of Milwaukee bas arranged a series entertainment for the laU and winter menthe They I Include lectures daaelng pattlea ihiofeeri and Vaudeville turns card parties bantquets and receptions Fiftytwo candidates were recently initiated at Marinette Wis After three degrees bad been conferred thejj new Knights and their friendg to number of BOO Ml down to a banquet The Right Revllshop Tort of Greta Bay responded to one of the toasts More than 1000 visitors from various parts of the State witnessed the initia tion DONE TO HER REWARD Mrs Mary Curran widow 6f Patrick Cuiran an aged sad respected member of the Sacred Heart congregation died at the fatally residence 1007 Sixteenth street on Friday afternoon She had been ill several months and suffered from dropsy The deceased was bora lIn Ireland sixtytwo years ago but had lived iu Louisville fortyfive years Two children Mrs Mary McDonald and JamesCurran survive ber the funeiJit rtchdrt I U ret + M biala1xcJtumK offrttudd 1 n FRflNK FEflR BREWING 60INCORPORATED Brewers arid BottlersLOUISVILLE KY 1 PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and iops never permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TLCLItrFI E1a89 Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener1 Beer BREWED BY SENNACKERMANREwICMJ XNCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOUr8VXLLE XY- Cumb Phone Win 1913 rps3TH1D WIEDEMANN 1 BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavoryGruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky L j ARSENS n CELEBRATED CREAM BEER Telephone 113 TONE jtt OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN F OERTELBUTC- HERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN iD PRANK WALTERS i Clay=Street Brewery Y r 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone aooo LOUISVILLE KY CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W JilUnon SI Both Tcltphones 1060 All orders receive prompt attentiq and satisfaction guaranteed Closingl outi a great Hue 6J Wens and I boys hats at reduced prices to make for fall and winter stock CURl J HERIN GHa W1IOItAND HERIN 81 HOLLAND HARNESS MAKERS 1 Harness Made and Repaired Home Fhone WOO Cumb Phofte tOO Halt 1933 BAXTER AVENUE BETWEEN HIOH LAND AND TRA- NSIT6ONMOR JJb BUILlER A CONTRACTOR + 4bALER1N LATHStSMtiD2127 TweMfyBixtk Street HOMX PHONB sail Vio admired bar for her many ChrlcUa virtues MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTERO- PEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 WJefferMin StrtOTTO EVENT Proprietor Home Phone 4715 Cab 113 HEEEMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUOH9 Distillers and Wholesale Deal era in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskfesespeda- 1JyPEARL OP NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telepboae 1948 234 Stalk Street WINES UQOOASCWS3 VALS SALOON8k s VAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch every morningi from 9A9 to 1230 oclock 144 V REENI r QO TO Pioneer BoUlingHouse FOR ISTRAICHT Wffl tQ U AT DO J1alinest SWAYe TI71JI a KFONrUOICV Y1feC1JHf RIOAN w THE BIG STORES Fall Showings in Mens Suits and Overeats 5750101215204 In all the new cloths such as Tweeds Cassi F meres Cheviots and Worsteds Early buyers will find a complete line at THE BIG STORE SKrMILTON M MARBLESTONE A CO A GOOD PIANOSHORTENS THE LONGEST HOUR WHY NOT OWN ONE The Piano you want is herefrom the latest expensive GOOD piano no matter low much you get your moneys worth We wont let you pay LESS than Is safe er more than is just Pay By The Month If You Prefer MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO OJBSOOO FOURTH AVENUE +FIJLLLLLLLLL T T I I M I I Itt I t t t t t t t I 11 I I I COFFEES UP But theres no change IIn prices here Ill continue to ell the test coffee In townall FRKSHIA ROAST Dllt my old prices which are the lowest 7lb Fine Rlo 100 6 tbs Mulloys Special 100 4 lbsBogotan L i 100 4 Ibs Honduras 100 3 Ibs Mocha and Java 100 PHONE JttE A TRIAL ORDERCOFFEE MULLOYCOFFEE Q12Sr v lUARIIET STREET iI JIll 1w1H H4HIIII11IIIHIM1 IM1Ito I I I I I I I I I I I I I INoJ TUB Gilds flt R006rS BOOK GO I PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES 1 TO SUIT EVERY TASTE Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the S finest of their kind in the city HE BOOKS MAGAZINES AND USiAIfflGltIOF EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 W Jefierson l 1reet1 f e8 +I IM1tI1 1 I 1001 I I I I HHHHHHI I I I H+I I 1 H I 1 I I I I 1 I I I t I 1 +11 t1rt STRAIGHT CREEK COAL Pleases the Hard to Please SCANLON = JONES COAL CO Incorporated Yards9th and Kentucky 7th and Magnolia- 1st and P Sts Frankfort Ave and LcN R R SOTS PHONES X023 HIHI1 1 I 1 1111 1 IIIIIIII 1 I111 IMl IHHH r1III I 1 I 1 ltIItIIF- e I I 1 I 11 tt+t I I 1 I I I1 1111 1 2 1111 1 UNION ICE 1nnOdessert for 11telephone us yemr order Finest Vaullla Cream per gal QO- cto75c It I to95c Peach Strawberry Chocolate 76c LOA Brick Cream four flavors per gal 1to1 I UNION ICE CREAM CO 627633 EIGHTH STREET r Special attention to shipping orders Route phone 21H Cumbo main 389 M 4MtMM ttMmI I I ItI MM II IIt II m MMMU + H It tit It f JOHN KELLYLEEL HARRIS- On Your Way To and From Market Sis tfci CENTRAL HAY FEED CO 606 AND 608 FIRST STREET Hay Straw Corn Oats Meal and Chicken Feed Hems Phone 2001 ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO + t It t tt t t t + t + t t t+ t t I II II I I I I I I I I I I I t lttbe JStable diuseeroalrts Bitbett tolUpanl ttPriiatcr PriiatcrF41 Itutkrs twelwrlttr l for all macMats I S Blittk Book aLl- PaNr Box- maswtartsrers for tCbirlt anb green tts Xoufsvillc 11 tlttftttttltllttr- nrLKOLBAO c84eWet Orn Street 0n tiOlGA t IEIaH J n JItt tl t rEverythng New Is shown in every department in the house Our stocks never were so flourishing with all the newness as they are today Come and see our stocks iin all their beautyWand freshness WEDNESDAY SEPT 20 We will hold our Annual Fall Opening We request the presence- of every reader of this ad There will be music to add to the attractiveness of the occasion Market Street JSTORE THAT ALWAYS DOES THINGS BK T 000000 0000000000000000 00000000 HIBERNIANS What They Have flew Dolnj the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 3 meets Monday night All Hibernians are requested to be tin guests of Division I on the evening ot September 26 Division 5 and tbe Ladles Auxiliary ot Uniontown Pa gave a picnic to the Sundayschool children of St John churchMany valuable prizes were onarded visitors in the field day games recentl held under the auspices of the Rochester division The State Board of Wi mlsiu held its iI dnesIday eYeuk Ninelarge cities and towns JSFf5freprtsented by two or more dele gates I State Secretary Hunt willso to Mays vide hr the near future to organic a division Between thirtyfive and forty men awe signified their willfngnes to ent rae cfaatter members Division 1 of Syracuse has appointed a committee to arrange more commodi ous quarters It is the intention to haTe the new halt under complete control of the order at 01 times The parcel party of the Ladies fact diary next Wednesday night wilt be an enjoyable affair The ladies invite all their gentlemen friends to attend A pleasing programme has been arranged for this occasion Divisions 1 and 2 of New liosdon Conn have adopted the Louisville idea of giving joint picnics instead of going it albne Their recent effort proved a success and the athletic contests + were attractive features Members of the order in Onondaga county New Yerk have organised a club to boom Syracuse as a Hibtrniau town The club will go in force to the national convention of the order at Saratoga next July The Ladies Auxiliary of Savannah recently entertained its members and their gentlemen friends with a guesting con test A prominent member of1 the aux- Iliary entered the hall in disguise The motif of the contest was to geese her identity The new game afforded much amusementCOL MCLEERY HOW Friends of Col Lewis Bi McCleery who have neglected to notice that he was away from Louisville for two weeks owe him an apology for not offering the usual greetings He has been to Chicago where be saw the Maoarfc Temple ro volve which Is now the fad instead of a trip to the lake front to see the explosion Col McCleery saw several wonders each as a moving stairway an elevated train and the Chicago river Much as the Lake breeze tampered with his whiskers he is unchanged lai appearances except for a brighter eye and a lighter stop VENERABLE LADY DEAR The funeral of Mrs Elizabeth Riley of Lexington who died there at the residence of her niece Mrs B McNa mars on Friday took place from St Pauls church at9 oclock Saturday morning The deceasee was the vener able mother of Judge J J Riley of the Lexington Police Court She was born in Iteland elghtyfouryears ago but had lived lu Kentucky more thaneixty years Mrs Riley was a devout Catholic and I was noted for her many acts of charity and Christian life CHAS DE PEES CLUB The Chas De Fees Club wade up of popular young ladles in the West End have arranged to give a dance at Schrie bets Hall Twentysixth and Bank streets next Wednesday evening Mem bers of the club have issued invitations to their gentlemen friends and all who attend are assured a pleasant evening HIGH VOCATION Salvator Fanaelli a youth from St Edwards parish Jeff r8Q towDlaa gone to Notre Datae University Ind to complete his atndaea for the prieetbeed St Edwards cbflgregatioh is Olyafew years aid yet her plritulfutrcap pears to be bright o O Y iix I OFFICIAL First Grand Vic President Albert F Martin of the Y M I requests the Sec retariea of every council to send in their respective meeting nights Please address communications to Albert P Martinr GIG East Gray street Louisville Ky Mr Martin proposes to visit each and ever council in the Kentucky Jurisdiction r MEMORIAL Adbpieul by Trinltv CourrcCI 0111 tfrc Death of John N- LHcnncssy The follbwrnK preamble and resoCu tionj were+ qt J1JJ asr mom u Io Trinity ounces Y M I The councH laid to rest on September 2 John M II ennessyP who died ontbe 30th dky of August I95k at lli2flip m at his residence 6JA East Gray street The passing out of our midst of tbismoat faithful and energetic brother prompts the heart op every true member of tha Y M Ii Intbe oity and of all those ont side of the city whohave come incon tact with him at coKventionsorrspedal celebrations to sorrowful reminiscences and involuntarily we recount all the smaller and the greater events iniourbls tory and coxietOtbrconcluBionthatiwo can find hardly any undertaking con sequence to the ordfep in which Jphn Mt Hennessy bas not played prominent partHe was tbe founder of St Louis Caun cll 241 auddlefirstDresidenttbe coun cil that atthe time of the consolidation was considered onctof the best mostiact ive and substantlaLoouncilssin thawhole jurisdiction The two last conventions of the great Atlantic jnrisdlctlonfound John M Henuessy the most able Chairman of the Committee ol the Wbole and the mostizealousworker on the Commits tee on Lawaand the most faithful supporter oft his friends fromitouisville why were at those times aspiring to offica The creation cfr the Supreme Councils Y M Ii and the division of the great Atlantic jurisdiction were bjv him ra sistedias lougastbemremalnadia rajj of hope for the raestablishmentoi the original iprisdlciBon la Trinity Council matters did not seem complete as long as Brother john Mt Heanessy had net put up a fight ton or against te thing pro posed Heserveditbeconnc9 unse3Bhly to thebes of his ability and proved liiasself a true frkud to every brother member Xo thcea who have stood in tQeranbwltb him cfariug the lash eleven ortslveyears hlsdemisftappeaas to create a vacancy which care never be itImemory of John be cherished ia this council as tat of a true and faithful servut of an honest and upright friend and a3aaeaemplcsf activjtuembersbip jnd be te haothe Resolved That this council rUe ingratitude to hie services and offer prayer for the repose of his soul that the be waved widow and children be extended assurances of oar sympathy and condo lence that the charter of former Council 241 on thepart of this council bedraped fora period of thirty days and that these resolutions be spread on our minutes and a copy thereof engrossed and tent to tbe bereaved family of the deceased and a second copy given to the Kentucky Irish American for publica tea JOHN J SULLivAN SR ElJ MANN JOHN JJ SUMJVAN Ja- Committee MACKIN SOCIAL CLUB The Mackin Social Club will open its season with a dance at the club house 330 Twenty sxtb street on Monday vening Robert Osborne Frank Lan han and Edward Wentzell constitute the committee in charge of the opening lance These affairs proved quite poplar last year and no doubt will be gully as well mended during the coming season CORRECTION The number of the ticket that won the umbrella oflsred at the Labor day picnic t PkoMixHlll Park weal 9W6 instead Mt96f M taw iaadvarteatly elated last week c n f iOI Market Street IRELAND Record of the Most Important o the Recent Events Called From Exchanges Sir Jnmes Haslelt the member of Phi Uament for North Belfast died last week Tbe Very Rev Father Jhraes Ertrnphj opened the Arklow fete in Castle lt rlC1 It woe a great success The Right Rev Dr ManganBihoi lor Kerry consecrated the rosary mid- high altar in the Dominican church at TraTee fMiss Mary Heany daubeofJbB UaIIHarvesting is in full swing in andi about the County Mayo On the who the cropis ROod and the yield of grain abundantRobert CX tearyv eighty five years old and whohas been rn business in Water ford during the tsixtyfiveyearsdie- very recently Mr Solon M1 It recently addressed i 8i largemeeting iu Belfast on Irish affairs The meeting adapted the ludepeuden Orange manifesto The usual dividend ef 5 per cent wasj declared at the half yearly meeting of the lrectolSoHbe stank and Muskerj Railway Company Monsignor Rsddy Vicar General of Cloghan Kings county A well belove priest is dead Hb was ocdalned in 1868 cfldwas sixty years oltl Batriok Burisei a farm laborer near Hougbaeat sustained Eats injuries while riding a fractions horse Death ensued four dayaofte the acaident Peter Murphy ofi Ballyjamesdnff County Cavao whodled recently leftti fortuso of 8000i to be divided amonj varioae Irish charitable institutions SivAntony McDonnell has been sofa restored tohsalth tb tfee has returned to his official residence the Under Store tarys lodge iti Phoenix Park Dublin The fields of Sligo are white wilt mashroome and faaas laborers have left them regatar employment to engage ft tbe more IliOfitable1bosIneas of gathering tiatn They Father Peter Yorke of San Iffanoisao delivered the jubilee sermon in Galway onbe occasion of thejreoen celebration of the golden jubilee of tba Augusiinlan cbnoeb- The Ard feis oi the Gaelic league has adopted resolutions protesting against the threatened withdrawal of fees fonthe teaching of Irish as an extra subject in the national schools Joseph Cox thirty years old a stone mason while engaged at work on the Catholic church at Robinstown County Meath fell horn a scaffold and sustained injuries which resulted in his death At the Meeting of the United Irish League of Beagti County Galway reso lutions were adopted denouncing Lord Sough and his agent for their harsh and cruel treatment of the tenantsou Lord Coughs estate Drainage operations in the congested Districts of the County Mayo are being pushed Over 600 hands are employed in the Slore river and if favorable weather continues a few months will greatly improve conditions ALL FOR PAUL The Old Pome Paul Co Barth Club met at its new park Main street above Shelby last night The club is made up of members of the First Second and Third wards All are old friends and former associates and neighbors of Paul Barth The meeting last night was In the interest of his candidacy for Mayor Louis J Unz presided and a number of the ablest speakers in the Democratic party made addresses PORTLAND MUSICALE The congregation of Our Lady in Port land Is arranging a musicale to be given la the school hall on the evening of rhursday October 20 Only Portland musical talent will take part in the affair but the efforts of the majority will sur trite many Good Father Couniff is jUIUyproudoof the musical talents of his pari onereyoung and old J a J 1 e y + It t iiu n n t U STYLE AND STABIUT ARE DEMANDED IN Y- OURURNiTURE1 v d you u1a swell store to get the style and quality The factories where all good furniture is made arent located on fine streets and there is where the best of them buy it Thats where I buy mine and I pay no more than others often less on account of quantity purchased The difference neighborhood other economies possible and there is where I interest you give you in prices the benefit of these economies Just investigate and see Come in and let me 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